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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 16, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914041601_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 16, 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 CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT , TWKNTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 16, 1914. Time to screen the houses and swat the fly. NUMBER 2. DOC" LEE SELLS BUSINESS. FOUR NEW YORK GUNMEN (ME 'MMMMJBMMMMiSz "9 ippLiBiaUBiraairiLiBr Special Attention! TO Mr. II, D. Lee has cold his merchanEaster passed, we should have spring dising business at Judson in this county weather. to Mr. Victor Sanders, taking in ex Experts say the fruit crop is not change as part payment, a house and damaged, let us hope they are correct. Wheat and grass is looking splendid and gives promise of good ciops this year. ELECTROCUTED Of Gambler Charged With The Murder Rosenthal. m FARMERS. We are sole agents for Princess Two How and New Union Single Row PLANTERS If you need a new planter this season, it will pay you to look these over before you buy as there are splendid features about these Planters that no other on the market have. There is no clogging of Shoes and will come nearer planting every hill of corn than any other planter made. They are built of the strongest material available and we know they last equal to any. We also carry a full line of Harrows, Cultivators, Etc. Frank Cirofici (Dago Frank). Harry Horowitz (Gyp the Blood,) Louis Rospnhlirfr (l.uftir T.nllit) nnil VranU -- Seindensheiner (Whitey Lewis) wpreiftH; The display of millinery in Lancaster electrocuted in Sing Sing prison New last Sunday would have gladdened the YorK between the hours of 5 and 6 heart of the income tax collector. o'clock.Monday morning. The quartBetter make much of that good cook ette was charged with the murder of you have had all winter, the excursion gambler Louis Rosenthal by shooting season is fast approaching. him to death in front of the Hotel Metropole. Shortly before taking his The quarterly meeting will be held at place in the death chair "Dago Frank" on the M. E. church at Bryantsville ' Cirofici told Warden Clancy of the priSTRIKING PROOF. Saturday night and Sunday April 18th son that "Lefty Louie", "Gyp the and 19th. This Of The Passing Of Sectional Feeling Blood" and Harrv Vallon an informer iMfmJlr?aami(MTatlrail?g. fired the shots which killed Rosenthal. With a Street Fair so close upon us, Between The Blue And The Gray. we do not envy Louis Landram his The Arrangement Committee in Jackcircus. The latter may be bigger, but C. C. MAYO sonville Fla., where the Annual Rethe former stays longer. union of the United Confederate VetLancaster colored people have al- erans is to be held in May, have been SHOWS IMPROVEMENT AS ready commenced advertising their asked by the local camp of the G. A. K. Fair. August 6, 7 & 8th. They display that it might be allowed to contribute RESULT OF considerably more enterprise than the to the fund being raised for the purpose white people of Lancaster. of entertaining the visitors and paying Transfusion Of Blood From Brothers the expeuse of the reunion. The reVeins. quest was readily and cheerfully granBIG HEMP CROP. ted. This touching tribute goes more Washington Mayo, brother of John Messrs David Dudderar and James than anything else possibly could to House have commenced the seeding of show tnat all wounds are healed, all C. C, Mayo, the stricken Kentucky acrop of 140 acres of hemp, about the feeling has been erased and that a feel- millionaire who is critically ill in the largest crop ever undertaken in Garrard ing of comradeship and brotherly love Jewish hospital in Cincinnati, is giving county. They have already sold it to exists in the fast thinning ranks of the his own life blood in an effort to res The Mr. Banks Hudson at $7. per hundred, "Blue ana the Gray," and that the re- tore the health of his brother. and even if they should raise but 1000 mainder of the short march to be made blood is being transfused a quart and a pounds to the acre which is the lowest by them will be made linked arm in pint at a time to the veins of the inpossible estimate for a yield, it is arm and in a spirit of friendship with valid, and from the first he has seemed Wholesale and readily to be seen that they will receive the "Stars and Stripes floating" above to rally from the transfusion of new life to his veins, and strong hopes are an enormous amount of money for their them. now entertained for his recovery. crop. Washington Mayo is a stalwart Kent- uckian weighs over two hundred pounds POSSUM HUNTERS" MCCREARY POSTOFFICE TO the picture of health and the blood IN MUHLENBURG AND OHIO COUNTIES given his brother does not seem to disBE DISCONTINUED. commode him in the least. Recall "KuKIuxKIaV Of Recon- about eleven acres of ground near Marksbury, to which Mr. Lee has moved. Mr. Sanders is a son of Mr. John M. Sanders of Lancaster and comes of a family of merchants, as his brother R. W. Sanders has a store at Beckeye, another brother James at Hyattsville, and still another S. B. Sanders is located at Hubble in Lincoln connty. His father together with still another brother conduct a business at Marksbury under the firm nama of J. M. Sanders & Son. Come And See This IF hsl i&rWJgrftiMrfariraTfgflTfa BLUE-GRAS- JOHN THIS IS OUR S SPECIAL IT IS BUILT TO In Quality WEAR. THEY ARE BOUGHT IN QUANTITIES. In Price HASELDEN BROS. Retail Hardware. LANCASTER, -- KENTUCKY. gHiigJiTrUingriiv "LIVE AND LET LIVE The post office at McCreary in this county will be discontinued on April 30th. Patrons who have been accustomed to get their mail at this office will receive their mail by rural route no. 3 out of Lancaster, provided they put up boxes to accommodate it. Those desiring to communicate with people who formerly received their mail at McCreary will direct their mail hereafter to R. F. D. no. 3, Lapcaster. struction Days. dubbed ."Possum Hunters" have been terrorizing the citizens of Muhlenburg and Ohio counties. In these counties several hundred miners are on a strike, and this band was organized presumably for the purpose of bringing the coal companies to terms, as several attempts have been made to intimidate officers of the Central Coal andiron Co. However, as usually becomes the case with this class of organization, members stray from the original purpose and seek to have the organization avenge individual and personal wrongs, and as a result, good citizens are in fear that some member of the gang who have a fencied griveanc against them may seek to do them harm through the medium of the dreaded organization to which they belong. Both men and women have been subjected to outrages at the hand of the "possum hunters," called from their home?, whipped and warned to leave the county, and a feel ing of terror pervades the two counties. Blood hounds have been used in an effort to run down the band, but as yet all efforts in this direction have failed A band of regulators 2,511 CONFEDERATE 1 I SOLDIERS OR THEIR WIDOWS TO RE- W anted II One Million People IN THE CEIVE PENSIONS IN MAY. Since March 17th Commissioner of Pensions Stone has added 492 names to the list of Confederate soldiers or their widows, who shall receive a monthly stipend at the hands of the Commonwealth. The time for the distribution of the pension funds has been changed from May 5th to May 15th. Vouchers will be sent this week beginning on the 16th for execution by the pensioners. Among the names added to the list by Mr. Stone were Mr. E, M. Norman of Garrard county, who resides at old Paint Lick, and Mrs. Eliza Arnold of Lancaster, the widow of the late Joseph H. ("Uncle Joe") Arnold, and the many friends of these highly respected and deserving people will be glad to know that they have been placed upon the rolls. I SUN0AY SCHOOLS OF KENTUCKY CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. POSTAL EMPLOYEES .TO . MAY 3rd. WILL YOU BE THERE? KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL.ASSOCIATI ON. STANFORD FAIR DATES. f El ' I fil BEGIN WEIGHING HAIL. i a?? I MERCHANTS i b and POOR SERVICE." We belieye whoever wrote the above was correct. The annual job of weighing and counting all mail dispatched over rural and star routes will begin today, the 16th and will continue for sixty days, until June 15th. During this time every piece of mail dispatched as above will be classified, weighed and counted, and the rural carriers and employees in the various postoffices will have this much extra work in addition to their regular duties. Bargains In Real Estate. Purchasers get the benefit of oar 10 years experience in the business. Look for other bargains listed in next "All the sweetness of low prices will not equal the bitterness of POOR QUALITY We have been i i :-- trying consistently for the past thirteen years to constantly improve our SERVICE. We will keep on trying, for the word SERVICE is as big as all out of doors. . KELLOGG & CO WHOLESALE GROCER'S. Incorporated. AA RICHMOND, KY. HL (fE I IE3I 111 m I E We are knocking the bottom out of prices on FINE Buggies, i -r- we are selling. We will satisfy you in price and quality. We will make very low prices . onSteel and .Galvanized Roofing, Paints, Oils ' and all Jafidaf. harness; See us for Wire Fence, Stoves and Ranges. e----- I W. , J. ROMANS desg -V sftj DC he ' ii issue. Owners of farms who want to sell should see us at once. No 472. 15 acres, highly improved, near depot, on pike 21 miles from Lancaster, $3,000. No 473. '44 acres. 3i miles from A FORMER LANCASTER' Lancaster, $3,000. A CHANCE FOR FISHERMEN. No 474. 166 acres, 5 miles from RESIDENT. Mr J. Beecher Adams, the Danville town, per acre, $60. druggist has offered a prize of $10.00 No 475. 60 acres, good Jand, brick Mr. Chester Fitch, of Nicholasville, ROOSTERS in gold to the person catching the lar- residence, 4 miles from town, per acre, who has been in the Census Departgest bass in Dix river before the 15th $90. ment, will be sent out on the road on TO BE BANISHED FROM POULTRY No 476. 128 acres, good land, well day of next November. The conditions the 15th of the month. He will have Yard For A Part Of The Year. improved, 4 miles out close to pike, of the contest are as follows: a number of Kentucky counties on his 1st. The fish to be caught by hand. per acre, $75. What Thanksgiving Day is to the itinerary; among them will be JessaPLACED IN CHARGE OF hook and line, using live or artificial ' No 477. 180 acres on pike 21 miles mine, Garrard, Boyle, Lincoln, Clark, Turkey, May 16th will be to the Rooster, out. per acre, $100. bait. Pulaski, Wayne, etc. Mr. Fitch grad- if the plans of the Department of AgNo 478. 171 acres on Lexington pike 2nd. The fish to be caught between COLORED GANG uated from the Department about as riculture and the Kentucky Poultry the First Riffle above the mouth of Dix per acre, $135. soon as any of the young men who Dealers latest move proves successful. On New Convict Farm Near Frankfort. River and the Traylor Distillery in LinNo 479. 250 acres of fine land. 2 have been preparing for this special The following bulletin issued by the miles of good town, can be divided into coln County. Department of Agriculture full explains work and while there made many On the farm leased by the state near 3rd. No fish caught with Seine, Net, two farms, per acre, $80. friends among the local force. "Rich" the proposed banishment of the Lord Frankfort to be worked by the con- Tramel Net. Gill Net or Trap, will be No 480. 150 acres of first class land of the barnyard in Advocate. on pike 3 miles from Bryantsville, per "In the interest of the infertile egg victs, there are two crews of men considered eligible in the contest. 4th. The contest is open to any acre, $90. the poultry specialists of the Depart- working, one white and one black. CHANGES IN VARIOUS is Newton Arnold white resident living, and residing in No 481. 97J acres, 1 miles from ment of Agriculture have started a Over the white crew campaign for the elimination of the of Harrison county, and over the color- Lincoln, Garrard, Boyle or Mercer Co. town, per acre, $125. STATE INSTITUTIONS. rooster among poultry flocks during the ed crew is Stewart Humber a negro 5th. No fish caught in any of the No 482. 170 acres, on pike, 5 miles sent up from Garrard county under the .tributaries of Dix River will be eligi- from County seat, brick residence, up As the result of the resignation of seasons between May 1 and December old law for twenty one years for man- ble in the contest. to date barns, per acre, $120. Dr. W. E. Gardener as superintendent 1. In this connection Saturday, May slaughter. Humber killed Will Merritt 6th. The contestant, after making No 483. 310 acres of good land, on of the State Hospital at Lakeland, the 16, has been set aside as 'Rooster day' another negro on the "chute". The catch, must go before a Notary Public, pike, near Buena Vista good improvefollowing appointments and changes in Kentucky and Tennessee, when crews working the farm sleep in a have the fish weighed and sworn to ments per acre $55. have been made by the State Board of every poultry dealer in these States No 484. 243 acres, on pike. 4 miles has agreed to pay the same prices for house on the place, unguarded and giving the name and residence of the Control of Charitable Institutions: Dr. nothing preventing their escape save contestant, the kind of reel, line, rod from town, per acre, $75. Peddicord, first assistant at Lakeland roosters as for hens and pullets. "There is an enormous loss in eggs their word given the Warden. Each and bait used, the locality in which the No 485. 61 acres, in 2 miles of town, succeeds Dr. Gardener, and Dr. W. E. has taken the following oath, and War- fish was caught and date when caught, unimproved, per ncre, $90. Render, formerly second assistant, at as the result of the fertile egg, especkeep- have the Notary sign, and attach his No 486. 206 acres of good land in in Hospital becomes first as- ially during the summer and fall months den Wells expresses faith their the Eastern ing it:- seal sending the affidavit to Adams high state of cultivation, good imsistant to Dr. Peddicord, while Dr. D. and it is for this reason the Department provements, 2J miles from town, per 'I most faithfully and solemnly Drug Store, Danville, Ky. A. Campbell- - first assistant at Hopkins-vill- e of Agriculture recommends that the promise and swear that I will be faithThere are a great number of scientific acre $125, or 105 acres ot it at $135, is transferred to Lexington to suc- rooster be kept away from the hens ' and true to especial fishermen in Gar- per acre. ceed Dr. Bender. H. G. Sanders of during these seasons. It is estimated fuldo I promise this trust, and my work as well as successful would No 487. 161 acres on pike 4 miles ly that I will do be delightrard county, and w e Campbellsville, State Senator from the that one third of the tremendous ancheerfully, I will not run away or at ed to see Mr. Adams' prize won by one from town per acre, $85. 15th district was made 1st assistant at nual loss of eggs is due to the fertile tempt to, I will immediately report of their number. However, the proof No 488. 60 acres on pike 3 miles out egg. Hopkinsville. well improved, $135. "To the Kentucky boy or girl whose anyone that makes such attempt; I will must be actual catch, and as a great attempt to catch and return anyone many of our sportsmen offer only their No 489. 541 acres well improved, on DID LITTLE OR NO DAMAGE. hens lay the best dozen eggs the de- who makes .such attempt; I will not word in support of their achievements, pike, possession, $5500. partment is going to offer a trip to the No 490. 1361 acres, on pike, near touch any intoxicant; I will not attempt we fear the chances are slim. Still we The usual "Easter spell" visited us San Francisco Fair." any improper conduct; I will do all and have great hopes of getting inside the Bryantsville, 3 houses, main dwelling last week, and notwithstanding the The observation of "rooster day" new with 8 rooms, modern and up to fact that it was an unusually severe along the lines above setoutis proposed refrain from doing all that a good pris- money. date, water works, gas lights. 2 tobaci oner should do or refrain from doing." one, we have teen unable to hear of as an annual aff ajr, and the teachers of Hudson & Hughes have White and co barns, price, $12,000. anv damage accomplished by it. There the country are expected to keep track' The two crews now number five men No 491. 185 acres of high class land, you is usually just precedingor immediately of it and announce it annually in ample each, but this number will be added to Yellow seed corn that will make 2 miles out, 2 large tobacco barns, per from time to time as requirements on money. following Easter Sunday, a short period time for its observance until such timn acre, $120. of cold disagreeable weather, and old as it may become fixed in the minds of the farm demands. No 492. 100 acres of tobacco land, people say it is useless to look for set- the people. The bulletin for the presBANK STOCK AT POBLIC highly improved, near Buckeye, on tled spring weather until this - period ent applys only to Kentucky and Ten- KIND WORDS FOR pike, per acre, $125. has been passed. On last Wednesday nessee, but it is hoped that other states SA1E. acres. .unimproved. 6- -. io 4.93-3j-and Thursday night there was ice to the wilL follow the example set "by'theln, EDITORJLPCORD. AVExecutot ..of. - the will. of Zack miles of 3 conntyseats, on two pikes, thlcknefiVof a quarter of an inch and until eventualiy '"rooster day" will ., jZz ij highest close t6 cHurche's and school, splendid Green Clay Walker, County Attor- Elklh, Sr.. 1 will sell to the .'the ground was frozen, with heavy receive the same recognition as Christ building sites, can sell this in small frosta both njgKls. Severe apprehen- mas, Thanksgiving and other holidays. ney of Garrard, was in Stanford Mon- bidder on Monday, April 27, 1914, at 11 lots or as a whole, will price to suit on business and shaking hands o'clock A. M. in front of the Court day sion was felt for the fruit, 'and many purchaser and on easy terms. Best Seed Oats, Seed Corn. Lime, with his many friends here. Mr Wal- House door in Lancaster, Ky., ten farmers were uneasy about their toNo 494. Several pieces of splendid bacco plants wnich'were'up,' but 'care- Cement Brick, Sand and Salt. "We will ker is making life .hard for the law. shares of tock, la the Garrard Bank& fcity property for sale. I ful inquiry fails to develop any damage sell you corn or buy yoursv iWe will breakers, of Garrard county and is Trust Company term '.cash m fiand. ' Jppr further particulars write or call buy yours.- - Our prices making a record jn omce.ot winch his linotheiSiiWh'is taken 5at it, sell you haf and"unles con- - are.aslow as any other standard many, ifriepda-,are psoud. Interior I Executor of the Will of Zack Elkin, on Hughes & Swinebroad, thereal es- a p'rttfy good'eha'rice-fo- r HatemMj. vaircaaten Ryrr --- r . Garrard Milling C&cuourna) f this-- year. ?(... goodst rsidtttble fruit I H. The Stanford Fair to De conducted by the Knight of Pythias, of that thriving lettle city, bids by far to be better thi3 year than ever before. With its hundred or more members, they are already beginning to boost this Fair and its success is assured. The dates selected are August 19th, 20th and 21st. LANCASTER CONVICT :- r-- r - Ji. -- tr We-iUn- d n j fl? V , I Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday April 16, 1914 Hew Many Step to a Mile? How many steps do you take to the mile? If yob think a moment you will probably reply. "Seventeen hundred and sixty," but that I take leave to doubt. Should you be an infantryman of the British army your pace will be the longest of any infantryman in the world. The Russian pace is the shortand a est, being only twenty-seve- n half inches; the French, Italian and Austrian soldiers manage twenty-nin- e inches; the Germans do thirty-on- e and inches and the British thirty-on- e one-haInches. But your own pace, what of it? It depends upon whether you are a "highbrow" or not. Tut a stick across your eyebrows and see how long the piece of string is which reaches from that level to the floor. Half the length of this string is the length of your pace, and that length you will find to be between thlrty-on- o Inches, so that inches and thirty-twbetween 2,000 and 2,100 paces are needed to walk a mile. London Chronlf o Buggies Our New Spring Stock of THE WRECK OF j THE ROSY DAWN; A Story of Plans That Miscarried By CLARISSA MACKIE AVhenever work was slack at the shipyard Lem Peters was always the first man to bo laid off. People said that It was a good thing for Lem that his wife was a popular dressmaker, for her busy fingers enabled them to live very comfortably in the little white cottage. It was rather dull now at the shipyard, and in consequence Lem Peters was sitting idly on the wharf, swinging his feet and waiting for the arrival of the dally steamer from the city across the sound. The departure and arrival of the Dunton were matters of dally excitement in Quank village. In winter, when the harbor was frozen over and the Dunton was icebound at her wharf, things were very dull Indeed in the remote village. But today, in the late autumn, the weather was still mild, with a haziness in the flir that was suggestive of distant forest fires. The cliffs that embraced the harbor in two long protecting arms were clothed with ancient cedars and sturdy oaks; the oaks rtere dripping a golden shower of leaves against the dark background of the cedars. The bay was deep blue, with little whitecapped waves that broke crisply. The sun shone brightly, and the west wind murmured gently. Lem Peters pulled gently at his pipe and dreamed of many adventures he had shared with little Captain Charlie Sayles, whose tight little schooner, the Rosy Dawn, lay at anchor a half mile down the bay. Their last adventure had led them down among the Florida Keys in search of the fabled fountain of youth and the hidden treasure of that famous pirate. Black Duffy. They had return- ricller m experience, but poorer by some hundred dollars, That haa Happened a year ago, and now the wanderlust was upon Lem Peters again, and it also gripped Cap- tain Charlie Sayles. "I'm going aboard the schooner, Lem. Want to come?" Captain Char-He'- s bluff voice broke in on Lem's pleasant somnolence. " agreed Lem, and he fol- lowed Captain Charlie down the ladder to the little boat that bobbed in the rising tide. In silence the two men rowed out to J a,nd it was not llosl until they had boarded her and were sitting side by side in comfortable t chairs under the canvas awning that the silence was broken. "You got something up your sleeve, cap'n," ventured Lem hopefully. Captain Charlie spat thoughtfully. "I got an idee," he said, with a wary glance around as if he expected his wife, Elsie, might be within listening distance. "What is it?" "You remember a steamer went j down off No Point three years ago?" "les, dead of winter, howling gale, wasn't it? Everybody saed except the vessel. I remember. I heard there was considerable money aboard of her and" "That's what I'm after," said Captain Charlie quietly. "Jerooshelum! How do you rigger on doing It? I ain't no diver, you know," Lem hastened to explain. "No more am I," retorted the captain Irascibly, "and I ain't a consarned fool neither! That theie steamer went down off the long jagged rock off No Point. Well, I was around there t'other day, fishing for blues, and, Lem, I seen her ribs down there, and I found this here on the beach." He dropped a dull looking coin into Lem's horny palm. "What do you call that, eh?" he asked, with thinly veiled triumph in his tone. Lem examined it. polished it on his blue flannel sleeve and calmly pronounced it a twenty dollar gold piece. "I'll bet there's a sight more where you found that," he hazarded. "There ought to be," agreed the captain. "Dare you to come along and find outl" "Take you. When you going to ! "Uh-huh,I Buggies, Carts Runabouts dif- tain. "Now let's get ashore so they won't suspicion we're hatching up anything." "But you got preparations to make," protested Lem. "Lem, I've been getting ready for this for weeks. You ain't got a thing to do 'cept step aboard, and away she goes. We oughter be back by tomorrow night." "What you going to say to Elsie?" "Tell her I'm going tKhing. So I be, only it's for gold. She won't suspicion a thing. Any rate, why should she care?" "They think it's contra pted nonsense." muttered Lem. thinking of his busy little wife. The midnight moon found the Rosy Dawn riding at anchor off No Point. The sand faced cliffs ran steeply dow n to the beach, and now with a steadily rising tide the water was washing the base of the cliffs. Clouds scudded across the sky and now and then an ugly puff of wind from the northeast. The two adventurers, one at the donkey engine, the other paddling around in the tank of oozy mud that the dredger disgorged, shivered with the chill of the approaching storm. Lem Teters by the light of a lantern had searched the mud and had found a large coin. To their disgust, it proved to be an English penny instead of the gold they My Farmer Friend. If you are thinking of buying a Silo this yearv and I know you are, OON'T BUY Until I See You. ANY SILO, ESPECIALLY Oon't Buy have just arrived from the ferent factories. icle. Bowing to the Moon. Among the natives of Abyssinia there existed and probably still exists a curious pagan custom of bowing to the moon on certain nights at the commencement of the new year. Selecting a clear space on the ground, free from all rocks and boulders, the elders of the community kneel down, one behind the other, and, as soon as it is midnight, begin a dolorous chant to the moon. They keep this up for half an hour or so, when all rise, and, forming a circle, stand still, their arms motionless by their sides. A young girl now approaches them and walks round the circle, calling out: "You are all right. 1'our shadow is there." Should she pauso and say, "Friend, there is no shadow behind you. Alas alas!" then the person bhe thus addresses is destined to die within the next twelve months. Got the Officials Moving. An East Indian babu railway agent telegraphed to his superintendent this report: "A blackguard indigenous mendicant arrived at my station by 2 down mall. Taking pity on his commiserated condition, I permitted him to reside in the shade of the m.iin sig nal post. In gratitude for my beneficent conduct he absconded during the nocturnal period with SOORs. of my private cash, including one copy of the working time table." When asked why he added the one anna publica- Hon. the time table, in his list of losses he replied, with a knowing wriggle: "Ha, ha! The matter is explainable In a nutshell Unless I had included a little of the company's property the police would have taken no notice. This justifies the addition of the Iacta- ceous particle iu the shell of the cocoa- nut!" Exchange. 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. We have a complete line from which you can make your selection. Come and compare our line with others. W. P. Kincaid, DISTRICT AGENT. STANFORD, KY We sought will guarantee to save you at least 15 per cent on your selection. All styles, colors and prices. Also have us Phone 27. to do your rubber tireing for you. Becker, Ballard & Co. PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. I want Mastic Paint M Seals and Music. ty of the seal, or possibly of its fond- ness for music, is told by the Rev. Mr. Dunbar in JIacgillivray's worU on British quadrupeds. "During a residence of some years in one of the Hebrides I had many opportunities to witness this peculiarity. As I walked along the shore in the calm of a summer afternoon a few notes from my flute would bring half a score of them withiu a few yards of me, and then they would swim about with their heads above water, like so many black dogs, evidently delighted with the sounds. For half an hour or. Indeed, for any length of time 1 chose, I could fir them to the spot, and wheu I moved along the water's edge they would follow me like the dolphins which, it is said, attended Arion." Great Smokers, the Dutch. A census of smokers taken the other day among the boys attending nine elementary schools iu a suburb of Amsterdam, Holland, reveals that among the they number 10 per cent, among those of seven years 1C per cent and 32 per cent among those of eight, while in the sixth schooling year, at which the average age is twelve, the percentage has risen to S3. As it falls rapidly after the limit of compulsory attendance, the early use of tobacco would not appear to be an incentive to learning. It is the cigar, not the cigarette, which these Dutch youngsters delight in. EXPERIENCE has taught the man who is "paintwise" that it use MASTIC PAINT. It lasts longer, looks better and covers more surface than Keg Lead and Oil hand mixed paint or ordinary ready-mixe- d paint. You will save money and disappointment when using ?t', Clink, clank, creaked the old engine, while Captain Charlie swore picturesquely as he labored over its balky machinery. Paddle and splash went Lem's paddle as he worked in the mud. At last he found a gold coin and another. Excitement ran high. The two treasure storm. They hunters forgot the did not see that the moon h id hidden her face nor that the Busy Dawn had dragged her auchor and was boring toward the rock strewn beach. The lust for gold was in their e.iger eyes, anil they worked frantically now. both of them plunging their hands into the dark mass salvaged from the ea. "She's rocking some!" panted Captain Charlie as the Itosy D.iwn lurched uncertainly. "But, Lem. we're bound to be rich men before morning." "Sure thing!" puffed Lem as he uncovered another muddy coin. "Gee, cap'n, this was a great thought of yours." "Yes The doughty little captain's voice ended in a shrill shout as the bow of the Rosy Dawn lifted high in the air and then drove down with a mighty crash. The two startled adventurers were precipitated into the tank of mud, while the decrepit doukey engine gave one horrid shriek and was still forever. When the two men faced each other in the dim light of the smoky lantern their faces were plastered with mud, and only their white, scared eyes were visible each to the other. "Gone ashore, by grass!" shouted Ztcn Peters. "My poor Rosy Dawn!" groaned Captain Charlie as he clambered out on ri-i- ng He pays for his vanity. The man who buys a heavy car sacrifices good dolars to misplaced pride The prudent buyer invests in the dependable Ford. He knows it will serve him best and at lowest cost. Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford runabout ;the touring carisfive fifty; the town car seven fifty--- f. o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from The Madison Garage, Richmond, Ky; Incorporated. Or Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. deck. MYSTICTRat Lasts" DuiiX Kind "Tl-i-e "DEHIND every gallon of this old -' reliable paint is an iron-cla- d guarantee. It means that MASTIC PAINT Every gallon must give satisfaction. undergoes the most rigid tests before it is placed on sale. Be sure to specify MASTIC PAINT it means utmost paint satisfaction. Illustrated booklet. "Homes and How to Paint T7TJ T EViJJjThem." also color card of MASTIC PAINT or any other Pee Gee Finish. Ask us or write T direct to CO., Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. PEHSLEE-GAULBER- T?T? H. I McRcberts Diaw A Check HUSBAND RESCUED WIFE for the money you owe and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you- - They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard DESPAIRING Bank & Trust Go. After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Husband Came to Rescue. Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains tn my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treatment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. I had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing my work." If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped more than a million women, in its 50 years of wonderful success, and should surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what it will do. Ask him. He will recommend it. Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: Outtanooza Medicine Co., Ladles Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Special Instructions on your case and book. Home Treatment for Women," sent In plain wrapper. E66-- B Advisory They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company "Tonight. Full moon. Light as day. Don't want no talk about it. Jest hist sail and slip out while all the folks is dancing at the firemen's ball. If we can clear up a few hundred of these here coins I'll be satisfied. What say, Lem?" The captain punched hi-- : friend in the libs with a playful forefinger. "Sure. But. cap'n. how we going to get hold of the money? It's not all washed up on the beach and" "I got a small oyster dredger a hand dredger that belonged to my brother Hiram," explained the captain patiently. "I've overhauled the donkey engine and got it rigged up under the tarpaulin yonder." He pointed to a lumpy mound on the foredeck. "One f us '11 bring up the mud, and t'other can poke around in it for gold. What start?" iay?" THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. JENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres'r, Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. "Captain Charlie." said Lem, with slow emphasis, "you got a head on you." "Oh. I dunno. but I'm bound to git rich some day!" responded the captain modestly. "There ain't nothing to be said to the wlmmen folks about this, eh?" "Not a hanged thing!" cried the cap As they stood there, peering up at the beetling cliff above, the clouds broke away from the moon and showed them that the stanch little schooner was high and dry on No Point beach. "We'll be the lafllnstock of all Quauk!" groaned the captain once more as he realized their painful position. "It's the wlmmen folks I mind most." said Lem gloomily. And at that very moment laughter broke in on their despoudent murmur-ingWith one accord they turned frightened faces toward the deckhouse of the schooner, to start back in affright as a broad glow of light shot up from the open companionway. Then appeared two heads side by side. They were feminine heads, and they were followed by the substantial forms of Mrs. Elsie Sayles and Lem Peters' wife. And Mrs. Sayles and .Mrs. Peters were laughing heartily, and when they saw the faces of the mud bespattered ad-- v enturers they laughed more than ever. The doughty little captain took umbrage and shook his fist angrily. "What does this mean, Elsie?" he demanded. Mrs. Sayles ceased her laughter for a moment. "Lizzie and me have found out that you two need gardeeus," she explained. "So when we suspected you was hatching up more ridiculous trouble for yourselves, why. we jest made up our minds to come along. When you and Lem came aboard the Rosy Dawn we was all settled down in the spare state room, and we've had a reel nice time enjoying how two big men can rastlo so hard for a few dollars. And. Captain Charlie. I'm thinking Quauk folks will laff when they hear about the Rosy Dawn going ashore almost to home!" Lem Peters' wife spoke up now. "But If you and Lera'll divide up Ihem gold pieces with us we won't Jireatbe a word." she ald. "Done!" said the two adventurers eagerly. Captain Charlie sniffed the air hungrily. "Seems like I smell ham frying, but I didn't bring no cook along." he muttered dazedly. "Yes, you did: you brought two cooks. Lizzie and I've got supper all ready ham and corn bread and. cap'n. I guess you and Lem better go and wash some of that there mud off if you want some supper." While they removed the mud from their faces Captain Charlie turned his little nutcracker countenance to his friend. "How much will we have left out of this here gold after the wimmen git their share?" he asked. "I reckon about one English penny apiece." answered Lem gloomily. s. f OTEL fmr m,mtt m hamA OF AffffCM deals RATES: Pennsylvania Avenue, at 18th & H. Sts. RATES s (locus, OltKhtl Bill 51.50, $2.00 up. t w?s&s .. :rsrrkx sxt:ii-z ! zY'& g'.MHi77i i, M tes, Prints nn Krt hiw,v.wv l .... ;. OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palm. Court, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room.' 'Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY is the one place you will most enjoy a vacation for rest or recreation. We have not the space here to tell of the glories of the western North Carolina mountains. LIVE IN THE OPEN HUNTING TENNIS MOUNTAIN CLIMBING RIDING MOTORING DRIVING GOLF OTHER NOTED RESORTS Hendersonville, Saluda, BrvriLI'oxaway. LaKe Waynesville. Hot Springs, Tyron, Flat Rock R. T J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. SUBSCRIBE FOR MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS ' -- REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE OF Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. The v ' - nw " n J Central Record. SOUTHERN PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH RAILWAY $JAQft.JPer Year. For further information see local azent, or aaMreu B. H. Todd, D. P. A. Louuville, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday April 16 1914. Page 3 FOLLOW THE THRONG TO THE ASSIGNEE Now is the time you need Spring Goods. We have them at prices that will save you 50 per cent on each and every purchase. The crowds grow greater every day as the bargains become better known. People come ft from all parts of this and other counties and go home loaded down with Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Furnishing I Goods, Ladies Suits, Dresses and Costumes and are so WELL PLEASED with the BARGAINS they get, they hunt up their friends and send them to us, therefore the sales grow greater and greater every day. Don't delay, come at once if you want to buy GOOD MERCHANDISE at 50cts on the dollar. TERMS CASH. THE GARRARD BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, ASSIGNEE OF H. CITY ORDINANCE. Rheumatic Pains Relieved. T. LOGAN g 1HJ0KKYK. STOP CATARRH! Use Hyomei You Breathe Why suffer from rheumatism when An ordinance levying and providing relief may be had at so small a cost? Mr. R. W. Sanders had a very valufor the collection for ihe year 1914 an Mrs. Elmer Hatch. Peru, Ind. writes, able horse to die the first of the week. ad valorum tax on all property subject "I have been subject to attacks of Miss Chaplin who ha3 been visiting to taxation in the city of Lancaster rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's and a poll tax on each male inhabitant Liniment always relieves me immedi- Miss Agnes Miles returned home Sunyears of age and apover twenty-on- e portioning all other estimated revenues. ately, and I take pleasure in recom- day. The City Council of the City of Lan- mending it to others." 25 and 50 cent Hudson & Hughes have White and caster, Ky., do ordain as follows:- bottles. For sale by all dealers, Yellow seed corn that will make you there be and there is Section money. hereby levied for the year 1914 upon lmo. each One Hundred Dollars of all the asMiss Bessie Ray Sanders is the atsessed and assessable property, real, tractive guest of Misses Leota and ROUND HILL. personal and mixed, tangible and inRosa Ray. tangible, of every kind and descriptiion liable for taxation in the City of LanMiss Fannie Mae Miles has returned W. T. Turner is very ill at this Mrs. caster, Ky., an ad valorem tax of home after a stay with her father Mr. cents for the several pur- writing. seventy-fiv- e poses and the rate for the several items Mr. Edward Turner has purchased a A. C. Miles. ef expenditure apportioned as follows: new machine. Mr. A. C. Miles is very much imSINKING FOND. Mr. Green Estes has rented his house proved at this writing and we hope Twenty-fiv- e upon each?100.-0- 0 cents 1 will be out soon. worth of ptoperty liable for 'taxation to Mr. Daniel Hendricks. for the purpose of providing for the Mrs. W. D. Broaddus took dinner Miss Baroara Gulley and Miss Ila Sinking Fund, the revenue arising from Hill visited the Misses Whittakers' at which is apportioned as to items of ex- with Mr. Willie Broaddus Sunday. penditure as follows: 15 cents on each Miss Silva Grimes spent Sunday Kirksville and attended the school en$100.00 of property liable for taxation purpose of providing the sum afternoon with Miss Elsie Whittaker. tertainment. for the Quite a number from around here atof 1500.00 to meet and pay the interest on the bounded indebtedness of tended preaching at Kirksville Sunday. Nothing So Good For A Cough 0r Cold. the city, which becomes due in May Miss Babara Gulley of Buckeye has and August, 1914, respectively: 10 When you have a cold you want the cents upon each $100.00 of property been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arch Whit best medicine obtainable so as to get taxation for the purpose of taker. liable for rid of it with the least possible delay. providing the sum of $1000.00 for the Hudson & Hughes have White and There are many who consider Chamultimate redemption of the bonded indebtedness of the city and all revenue Yellow seed corn that will make you berlain's Cough Remedy unsurpassed. over and beyond the sum of $2500.00 money. Mrs. J. Boroff, Elida, Ohio, says, "Evraised by the said levy of 15 cents on Miss Estelle Prewitt has returned er since my daughter Ruth was cured each $100.00 worth of property liable for taxation shall go to the general home after a short stay with friends at of a severe cold and cough by Chamrevenue fund and the same is hereby Kirksville. berlain's Cough Remedy two years ago, apportioned ratably among the several Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ross and family I have felt kindly disposed toward the items of expenditure thereunder. I spent Sunday with Mr. Salem Ross of manufacturers of that preparation. WATER WORKS REVENUE FUND. know of nothing so quick to relieve a upon each $100,00 worth Kirksville. 210 cents Mr. C. H. Mooney and Mr. Joe cough or cure a cold." For sale by All of property liable for taxation for the lmo. purpose of providing for the deficit in Grimes are completing their new Dealers. the Water Works Revenue Fund aris- Automobile shop. ing from the excess of the expenditures Miss Lottie Mae Simpson who has MAliKSBUKX. for the Water Works system, above the revenues arising therefrom and all been on the sick list for quite a while revenues erising from this levy to the is improving rapidly. txtent of $1000.00 shall go to the Water Vic Sanders and wife visited his Little Mollie B. Moberly of Nina is Works Revenue Fund and usd in debrother Mr. Jess Sanders and wife. fraying the current expenses of the viaiting her grand-parent- s Mr. and Water Works System, but all revenues Mrs. O. J. Moberly. There will be a business meeting of over and beyond $1000.00 arising from Saturday at 11 the church Miss Estelle Prewitt and little nephew source shall pass to the General this Fund and the same are hereby James Baker spent Sunday afternoon a. m. Revenue apportioned to the Account of General with Miss Maggie Mooney. Hudson & Hughes have White and Claims against the city not otherwise Yellow seed corn that will make you provided for. Messrs. H. C. Coss, C. H. Mooney, money. GENERAL REVENUE FUND. J. T. Long and Albert Aggerrette 3 Forty cents upon each $180.00 of motored to Harrodsburg last Friday. Rev. J. W. Mahan spent a part of property liable for taxation tor the purweek with his wife who has been pose of providing a General Revenue Mrs. Wiley Hrewitt and two bright last ill again, fund for the payment of the following little children have been the week-en- d items of expenditure: 10 cents upon Mr. and Mrs. Jno Collier of Lancaseach $100.00 of property liable for guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Prewitt, taxation for the purpose of lighting Mr. and Mrs. John Dawson and ter were visitors at the home of Mr. the city; 12i cents upon each $100.00 of family of Cottonburg spent Sunday Lesslie Pollard. property liable for taxation for the with their daughter Mrs. John Bellamy. W. D. Marksbury spent 2 or 3 days officers' purpose of paying City salaries; 12$ cents upon each $100.00 of Mr. Alex Prewitt, H. C. Ross and fishing at Kin s Mill last week and was property liable for taxatioi for the Johnie Turner motored to Richmond the guest of C. A Poindexter. purpose of building and maintaining Sunday afternoon to see Mr. Wiley C. A. Robinson and family attended streets in the City of Lancaster; 5 the Dedication of the new Christian cents upon each $100.00 of property Prewitt. liable for taxation for the purpose of Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Turner, Mrs. church at Danville last Sunday. paving all general claims against the George Ross and Mrs. Jesse Ross Best Seed Oats, Seed Corn, Lime, City not otherwise provided for. Section 2: That there be and there is motored uo to Mr. Alex Prewitt Sun- Cement, Brick. Sand and Salt. We will hereby levitd for the year 1914 upon day afternoon. sell you corn or buy yours. We will every male inhabitant of the City of Messrs Edmond Turner, Jos Whit-loc- sell you hay or buy yours. Our prices Ky., over twentv-on- e Lancaster, Andrew Jackson Ross and Frank are as low as any other standard years of age a poll tax of $1.50. for the Garrard Milling Co. purpose of repairing and maintaining Tussey Jr. enjoyed an automobile ride goods. the streets and public highways in the Sunday afternoon. Missionary Day will be observed next city, the revenues arising from which Mrs. Henry Prewitt and Misses. Etta Sunday morning beginning at 10 o'clock shall be(used for the said purpose. Section 3: All revenue derived in fineB Belle Land, Mary Alice and Beatric a. m. The program is under the super-viso- n and forfeitures is hereby apportioned Prewit spent Easter with Mr. Alex of Misses Eugenia Pollard, Susan to the General Revenue Fund of the Prewitt of Kirksville. Sutton and Margaret Jenkins. City and shall be used to pay the ex penses and liquidate any claims against the City not herein provided for. Section 4: All other revenues of the city, including licenses and back tax collected from all sources, and all revenues from all other sources except those arising from the Water Works System are hereby apportioned to the Good paint guarantees your house against General Revenue Fund and shall be pay all general claims against used to decay, just as good insurance guarantees the City not otherwise provided for. 5: AH revenues arising from Section you against loss by fire. "Any paint the Water Works System is hereby apportioned to the Water Works Revenue is no more safe than "any old" insurance. Fund, and shall be used in paying the expenses of maintaining and repairing You want sound insurance and the Water Works System. Section 6: This ordinance shall take effect from and after its passage, approval and publication as required by law. L. G. Davidson. Mayor. Attested. R G Huft Cjty c,erk at k, It. Unless properly treated this disease often leads to a serious if not fatal ailment. It is needless to allow catarrh to ruin your health use Hyomei it is certainly effective relief for catarrh treatills. It's the ment. You breathe it no stomach dosing. No household shpuld be without Pyomei. It not only gives quick and lasting benefit in cases of catarrh but is one of the surest and most pleasant treatment for head colds, sniffies, or croup of children. Hyomei is a combination of antiseptic oils you breathe it using a small inhaler. The air laden with health restoring Hyomei soothes, heals and vitalizes the sore, raw and inflamed membrance of the breathing organs almost immediately. There is no other remedy that benefits so surely or so quickly. Money refunded by R. E. if you are not satisfied. Do not be without Hyomei another day. Druggists everywhere sell It. Get the complete outfit $1.00 size this contains the inhaler and bottle of liquid. direct-to-the-spot HAMILTOJN valley. Mr. Wm Byrd and family will leave this week for Illinois. Mr. J. I. Hamilton, of Lancaster, was out here Friday. Miss Lillie Byrd visited her uncle, Mr. Andy Byrd Wednesday. Robert, the little son Robert Shaw, died last Mr. A. J. Hammack's are some better at this of Mr. and Mrs week. two little girls writing. Misses Lou and Opal Robinson of Berea are visiting relatives at Carters-vill-e. The farmers of this section are preparing to raise large tobacco crops this ye'ar. Hudson & Hughes have White and Yellow seed corn that will make you money. Best Seed Oats, Seed Corn, Lime Cement, Brick, Sand and Salt. We will We will sell you corn or buy yours. sell you hay or buy yours. Our prices are as low as any other standard goods. Garrard Milling Co. Mr. Clay Hamilton and Mrs. J. H. Hamilton were visitors at Lancaster Friday. There will be preaching at Bethel School house Saturday night and Sunday, Apr. 18 and 19th. A Cure For Sour Stomach. Mrs. Wm. 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. 1.-L old" Hanna's Green Seal Paint If you know about paint, look at the formula on every can of Green Seal. It is the perfect formula for a smooth,' CASTOR A for Infants and I Children. The Kini You Hare Always Bought Bears the Signature of elastic durable paint. FOR SALE BY (Ju&zieZzZcai CONN BROTHERS Richards, and granddaughter Miss Jean PAINT MUK. Patrick. Mrs. Richards was a daughter i Mrs. E. T. Beazley. of Shelby City, of Benjamin Dunn of Garrard county. j Mr. Guy Rice was a visitor in Rich- The remains were taken to Lancaster utuiiu r naay. was here Saturday. Rev. W. M. Eldridge spent the past Joe Hill is at home from Georgetown Saturday afternoon for burial. week in Louisville. College for Easter vacation. Mr. Dave Hervey returned from Mrs. Mary Derr is visiting her son, Louisville Tuesday. Edward Derr at Harrodsburg. KEEPING SWINE Mr. Jesse Beazley left Monday for K. K. Pepples of Paris has returned several days stay in Paris. after a visit to relativss here. HEALTHY IN WINTER Mesdames Tone Logsdon and A. B. Mrs. Mary Burch is visiting her son, Winn visited in Richmond, Tuesday. Sam Burch and family at Boligee Ala. Miss Lula McWhorter left Monday Mrs. Pattie Gill of Lancaster is visit If convenient have your feed and for London to enter the Mormal School ing her sister, Mrs Charlotte Warren. Bog nest in a small wood lot or blue Hudson & Hughes have White and Hudson & Hughes have White and grass pasture. Never ring hogs, but Yellow seed corn that will make you Yellow seed corn that will make you let them root to their hearts' desire, money, writes F. L. Ilodehaven of Ohio in the Mrs.Burges3 and littledaughterRuth National Stockman. Never put more Susan B. Yeager, who has been than thirty-fiv- e or forty together, and Carman, spent Monday with Mrs. Tom quite ill for several days is thought to construct a good board pen about 8 Logsdon. by 10 feet for sleeping quarters. Place be improving. Mis3 Mattie Cahell Woods was home the sleeping quarters on a raised piece Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hampton of Lebfrome Madison Institute for the Easter away from the feedof ground as anon Junction are here visiting relativ- ing place as far convenient. Board the Holidays. es and friends. pen up tight, but leave an air space at Miss Nellie Coyle and Mr and Mrs A. Miss Susan Fisher Woods who has each end and a 2 by 2 feet entrance. J. Bottner are the guest of Miss Embeen visiting her sister Mrs. S. M. f Al- Have a wide board hinged to one side ma Burchell. to make it convenient to clean out. If len at Millersburg, is at home. you hare it on a dry spot do not floor Miss Margaret Cochran of White Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wagers and son it, but let them sleep ou the ground. Station, is the guest of her sister Mrs. Thomas, of Richmond, were the week Bed them once a week with the refuse end guests of Mr, and Mrs. Robert and left over cornstalks from the sta- O. C. Rucker. Bruce. Mrs. Marshall Denny and children of ble or feed lot By having the sleeping quarters and Lancaster spent Tuesday with Mr. and Miss Mary Elizabeth McKinney, who is attending school at Oxford O., spent feeding place separated the hogs will Mrs. Robert Walker. Easter vacation with her mother, Mrs. get the needed exercise in cold weather Miss Hallie Loweev has returned to in going to their feed when they are Bessie McKinney. disinclined to stir about. When the her home near Nicholasville after ai Rev, and Mrs. J. W. Hagan and weather Is not too cold they will for- visit to Mrs. Walker Guynn. children, of Covington, have returned age for roots and nuts, and not being Mr. and Mrs. R. A. London were the home after a visit to her sister, Mrs. ringed are able to secure considerable week-en- d guests of Mr. and Mrs. food by rooting. About every four or H. C. Baughman. James Todd at their beautiful country five weeis, when the weather is warm. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Garnett and home. daughter, Virginia Wilson were the Mr. and Mr3. John F. White and Mr. guests of Mrs. Bettie Buchanan at and Mrs. Henry White of Madison Friday. Crab Orchard spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rice n Oscar Jones, a farmer of Woods. Lincoln countv, was badlv hurt at his Mr. and Mrs. George Conn, and home while handling some young hordaughter Miss Nannie, spent Sunday ses in the barn lot. He was trying to with Mr. and Mrs Henry Conn at pen one of the animals in with a fence Point Leavell. rail, when it kicked and knocked him down. He received several broken ribs. Miss Edith Wood has returned to her home in Eldorado, Illinois after spendAfter sixteen years of faithful serThe Berkshire breed of hogs have ing the winter with her aunt, Mrs. vice in handling the mail here, J. C. remarkable vitality and strong digestive organs, enabling them to Woods Walker. Florence turned over the business to assimilate less food Into the greatMiss Mary Bruce last week. Mr. FlorA large congregation gathered at er gain of flesh which Is of the highest quality. They can be fatence is a very sterling republican and Mount Tabor for the special Mission tened at any age. They are prolific, has given the public splendid service. service on Sunday ana a delightful and careful mothers and good milkers. W. A. Carson, one of the best demoNo breed excels them for grazing. beneficial program wa3 rendered. Experiments show they will procrats that Lincoln county has, will be duce COO pounds of meat from each Mr. J. Wade Walker went as special Miss Bruce's deputy. acre of clover consumed and douRepresentative of the Department of ble that amount when fed one The warehouse of the old Traylor Agriculture to attend the meeting of pound of corn daily for every hundred pounds of live weight. When distillery on Dix river, 5 miles north of farmers and business men at the Conin pasture they should have shade here, was broken open last Friday ference of Education of the South held and plenty of pure water. The sow night and three gallons of whisky was shown is a fine type of the Berkinclusive. This at Louisville April shire. stolen. Warehouseman Witt, who is on Conference included Farmers ar.d watch at this warehouse discovered that Business men, Preachers, Doctors. the lock had been broken and probably get them up and spray them with a School Workers, Country Women, and had been broken with an ax from all good dip heated to a rather warm Boys and Girls club work. Mr. Walker appearances. This warehouse is owned temperature. Never give them too visited Dr. and Mrs. Franklin Walker much bedding, and when the nest while in Louisville. bv PaxtonBros. of Cincinnati. gets a little dusty give it a good sprayOne of the best known Swiss citizens ing too. of Lincoln county, Mr. Emanuel Sumi, Be sure there is plenty of good rundied at his home in the south of this ning water or a self feeding tank for county last week very suddenly. After them to drink at. Keep slack coal m partaking of the Communion with his and salt and wood ashes by them all pastor and wife and telling his wife the time. Feed a mixture of midthat he felt bad and hoped shewould soon dlings, bran and a little tankage or follow him. He walked out of the oilmeal and use some feeding molasses. houseintothe vard and was found in a Make this mixture into a thin slop by putting it in the troughs and pouring vervshort time dead near his bee hives. the water on it Let the hogs do the G. Bosshart, minister of the mixing themselves, Rev. J. which they will do Gruenheim German Reformed church of to the complete satisfaction of all conwhich Mr Sumi was a member preached cerned. the funeral. Walking Sticks. Harvey J. Darst, one of Lincoln Many ingenious attempts have been county's most respected citizens, pass- made to increase the usefulness of the ed away at his home near Rowland last walking stick. Sticks containing a A Friday after a long illness. Mr. Darst sword were common enough in less peaceful times, and some were even has been in this county for forty years having come here from Ohio. He was made to conceal firearms. Henry VIII., Our facilities for doing first-claoperator at Rowland for several years for instance, had a stick containing work are unsurpassed. Our establishthree matchlock pistols, and a clumsy and afterwards took up life of farming. affair it must have been. More recent- ment is equipped with the best and Mr. Darst for many year has been a ly sticks have been fitted with snuff most modern appliances for doing all consistent member of the Methodist boxes, scent bottles, watches, com- kind3 of Cleaning, and Pressing church. He has been a loyal member passes, spirit flasks and even tel- every department is of the Masonic order. The remains escopes. A decade ago there was a Operated By Experts were laid to rest in the Buffalo Springs short lived craze for a stick the knob cemetery Sunday afternoon at his home of which unscrewed and formed a pipe. whe thoroughly understand the busiby his pastox Rev. Greer. ness. Every garment that leaves our They All Did. Mrs. Sallie Richards, aged 73 years predicts a future for the school- shop is absolutely Clean and Spotless. One died at her home on West Main street boy who wrote the following terse nar-- Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices reasonl ratlve about Elijah: able. Come in and see us. after a long period of invalidism. She "There was a man named Elijah. bore her sufferings at all times with a bears and he much fortitude. She was the widow He bad someboys tormented lived is him. He cave. Seme of the late Capt. Thomas A, Richards, cald: If you keep on throwing stones one of the most prominent citizens of at me I'll turn the bears on you and Ky. in his prime. He preceeded her to they'll eat you up.' And they did and the grave about three years ago. She ke did and the bears did." LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. is survived by herdaughter, MissBes3ie Phone 230, STANFORD. well-know- 7-- 1 f Great Industry ss Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Xhe Central Record, The Central Record Issued Weekly. An Interesting .Present ThursdaypriJb Jj, o 19 4. 1 THE SICK. '.!" J. incorporated. $1.00 a year. mothers. The blending of the colors is cover. Messrs Homer Tinsley, artistic while the needle work is. per Wells, Davis Sutton, and Dr. Peter R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. Wm. fect. The society is justly proud of Wheeler, all of whom are suffering Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster. Ky. this unique present. with typhoid fever are some better as Mall Matter. ah Second-ClaSthe Record goes to press. With this Ihe arrest of American marines at Member Kentucky Press Association EXCURSION TO CIN disease, they have good days and bad Tampico on last Thursday and the faildays, and during the past week none of ure of the Huerta forces to salute the and CINNATI SUNDAY. these gentlemen have proven excep- Stars and Stripes upon the request of Eighth District Publishers League. tions to the rule, but upon the whole Admiral Mayo, seems likely to precipi- FORMERLY IN CHARGE OF The Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co. each of them is thought to be doing as tate trouble between Mexico and this Lancaster, Ky., April 16, 1914. will run the first regular excuision of well as possible under the circumstances country. President Wilson has backed LOCAL CHURCH season to Cincinnati and return on the as the disease of a necessity must run up the demands of Admiral Mayo by next Sunday. The train will leave LanRates For Political Announcements caster at 5:10 a. m. and the rate will its course. Mr William Ray, who un- rushing the entire Atlantic Squadron Elected County Treasurer of Ellsworth derwent an operation for appendicitis, to Mexican ports, showing conclusively For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 be $1.75 for the round trip. County, Kansas. liE7&MFi3&n(l and who was so seriously ill immediate that while the President has heretofore ' por County Offices 10.00 ly following the operation, is improving exercised a waiting policy towards B. F. HUDSON, President. Vice Prest. For State and District Offices J. J. WALKEK. 15.00 LANCASTER HAN We are in receipt of a copy of the ranidlv. is able to sit un m bed. and it Mexico, he most assuredly does not inFor Calls, per line 10 W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker, Jr., is thought from this time on his recoV' tend to have this country's flaginsulted Ellsworth (Kas.) Reporter which conFor Cards, per line 10 AN OFFICER. ery will be rapid. or her citizens imposed upon. No ulti- tains the following complimentary noW. F. CHAMP. Cashier. For all publications in the intermatum have been issued or time fixed tice of Rev. J. R. Tercy, who will be officers for At the election of est of individuals or expresin which Huerta is to salute the flag, well remembered in Lancaster, and ORGANIZED 1S83. Ryan Commandery Knights Templar sion of individual views, per RICHARDS. and the naval demonstration is merely who several years ago had charge of J. R. . J.U held in Danville last week, Mr. as line After short funeral services at the intended to show that the United Stat- the Presbyterian church at this place. Obituaries, per line 05 Haseluen of this place was chosen as Te "What greater mark of esteem and Christiah church in Stanford by Rev. es will brook no insults at the hands of Standard Bearer, which position places of Mrs. Huerta, and to use the words of a high confidence can the citizens of a comhim in line for election to the office of D. M. Walker, the remains OF LANCASTER. KY. munity show their fellow man than There are several cases of typhoid Eminent Commander. Mr. Haselden is Sallie Richards, relict of the late Capt. naval authority, developments to elect him connty treasurer? a brought to will depend upon Huerta himself." fever in Garrard county, one in town, a devoted Mason and the selection was Thomas Richards, were Lancaster for interment in the local In the meantime the Navy Depart- fjuoiuun lciuiiui tj. IIUIU Ul UUUOUOk two in the McCreary section and one a deserved compliment. cemetery. Mrs. Richards was 73 years ment sent complete instructions to ed integrity and more than average near Hyattsville, too widely seperated This bank is supervised by the United States Government ability. JMr J. R. Tercy is now of age and has been an invalid for sev- Rear Admiral Badger, commander-in-chie- f to admit of a general source of origin, HAYO'S CONDITION Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all serving his first term in the office eral years. Capt Richards who was of the Atlantic fleet, on board the but nevertheless a strong reminder of named. He is of the democratic things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. prominent in this section of Kentucky battleship Arkansas at Hampton Roads. the necessity of taking the proper preIMPROVED. died two years ago. Rear Admiral Fiske, Chief of the Bu ranks, loyal to his friends and gen Make this bank YOUR bank. cautions to guard against the dread county reau of Operations, left for the erous to his enemies which attri- Mrs. Richards was a Garrard disease, which strikes without warning The condition of John C. C Mayo butes to his popularity and success. and in the most unexpected places. the Paintsville millionaire, who is in lady, a daughter of the late Benjamin roaus personally to explain to large and in- Admiral Badger the diplomatic side of His busines training together with The danger of it may be minimized by the Jewish hospital in Cincinnati, shows Dunn, and related to the following the rules prescribed by the some improvement since the transfus fluential family of that name in this the situation, and the dispatches from his high sense of honor commanded best authorities on the preservation of ion of blood from his brothers veins, and adjoining counties. She is surviv- Rear Admiral Mayo thus far received. the admiration of his many friends Indicating the exact ships which will and respect of all who come in conhealth, and which have been time and His temperature on Wednesday was ed by one daughter. Miss Bessie Richards, and one grand daughter, Miss accompany Admiral Badger the Navy tact with him. regardless of political 43.iKiS again brought toyourattention through 101, while his pulse was only slightly a '3S3S8?? v. esser v r?rsK5- preference. Mr. Tercy is a native S?2ft. msF &y5k &- A these columns. Just at this time, when above normal. His condition is now Jean Patrick, both of whom were at Department issued the following: t5titi taJim., t 2iVv:i&"-"Admiral Badger will take with him of Indiana but grew to manhood in the pestiferous fly, the purveyor of considered by his physicians a3 encour her bedside when the end came. Mrs. Richards was a very popular the battleships Arkansas, Louisiana, the state of Kentucky. He attendgerms, the source of many a case cf aging. fine enough to get in.') t'. err woman throughout central Kentucky, New Hampshire, Michigan, Vermont, ed Handover College. Handover. Inditjphoid, is just beginning to make his Danville, and a wide circlo of friends were sad- New Jersey and South Carolina, which ana, and Center College, appearance, is the very best time to RURAL anchors to the wood. Such p . CARRIERS dened at the news of her death. establish vour safeguard against this last ship has been intercepted on her Kentucky, ana latr attended Union holds on until it wears out, keeps tzz Seminary. New York, and gradueted way from Haiti to Hampton Roads, disease. weather away from the wood and protects 7ou EXCHANGE ROUTES. He The first, and in our opinion the most "The gunboat Tacoma. now at Bos- from this institution in 1S90. EASTER DAY AND from repair bills. Paint made of came to Elliswcrth in 1S90, and acton, Mass. has been ordered also to essential safeguard, is your drinking Messrs Joseph L. Francis and T. Tampico by way of Newport R. I., and cepted the pastorage of the Presbywater, look well to it, and if there is Carlton hJkin, carriers on routes num ITS SERVICES, will start terian church of Ellisworth. serving the least doubt in your mind as to its ber 2 and 3 respectively out of Lancasor tomorrow. puntv, send a sample of it to Lexing- ter, have exchanged routes, Mr. Fran "The gunboat Nashville, now at eight years. Later, he did missionIhe weather was perlect tnougn a (Dutch Boy Fainter Trade Mark) ton and have it analyzed, it will cost cis taking route 3 down the Buckeye little cool for the Easter hat and new Monte Christi. Sin Domingo, has been ary work in Indian Territory and Returnyou nothing and the trouble is slight, pike, while Mr. Elkin will perform the gown, the silk tie and gray spats, the ordered to Guantanamo to coal and Oklahoma for three years. and pure linseed oil docs all that. Its ing to Ellsworth county he took and you may have your mind set at duties on route 2 out the Danville pike, weather man had predicted lain but thence to Tampico. beauty lasting and preserving will add "The Rhodo Island. Nebraska, Vir- charge of the Kanoplis field. In 1912 rest upon that score. If you are going The exchange was made upon the re gave us sunshine instead, for which we to the money value of your place. Tint it he was elected to the office of county ginia and Georgia are now docking: it to use your old refrigerator, see that quest and by the mutual agreement of were truly thankful. any color. it is in a thoroughly sanitary condition, the carriers, and the change became The Christian Church was decorated hrts not been decided yet whether they treasurer and is a candidate for Our Owner's Painting Guide will help you with the tion. Mr. Tercy is an Ellsworth propwash it with a strong solution of soda effective on Wednesday of this week color scheme for your house. We can supply you with in ferns, vines and Easter lillie. The will join Admirals Badger's forces. anything it calls for. erty owner and is identified with the and allow it to stand in the sun for singing by the choir, the solos and "The transport Hancock will leave several hours, see that it is thoroughly and duets were greatly enjoyed by tin1 New Orleans for Tampico today with county's interests morally, socially and financially." FORMER LANCASTERIAN clean and sweet before you begin to audience, ihe annual services con- the first regiment of the expeditionary use it, then see that it is kept clean, by the children brought forth force of marines." ducted see that the decaying gases from food- WILL ADDRESS GRADUATES. one of the largest audiences ever seen The foregoing ships are in addition MR stuffs do not for a gelatinous deposit Dr. Louis S. McMurtry, of Louisville in the church. The children reflected to the Utah, Connecticut, Minnesota, in the pipes, thus placing every article has accepted an invitation to deliverthe great credit both upon themselves and Des Moines, Chester, Dolohin and San of food placed therein in danger of con- address and diplomas to the graduating the good women who had trained them. Francisco, now at Tampico, and the WELL KNOWN IN tamination, lie sure of the purity of class at the Lancaster High School at Tne services at the Methodist church Florida ana Prairie, now at Vera Cruz. the milk you use. if you buy it, be sure the commencement exeicises May 21, conducted by the children were equally The torpedo boat flotilla at Pensacola LANCASTER, DIES that the cows from which it comes are The Doctor was born and reared in enjoyable and also drew a large crowd. Fla., has been ordered to stand by for healthy and that it is handled in sani- our city and is we.l know to our'citizens orders. In Lexington Tuesday 01 Paralysis. tary vessels before coming to you, see as a distigushed surgeon who has an While the situation is acute, high Government officials do not anticipate that it is not allowed to stand open to international reputation. He is a pol- ANOTHER LANCASTER Mr. Henry T. Brown died at his catch the germ bearing flies. critical development, but at the same Do not ished speaker and has been a lecturer BOY MAKING GOOD. time everything is in readiness to cope apartments in confine jour painstaking care to the at several medical colleges in Louisville Lexington Tuesday with whatever turn the situation may morning from a stroke of paralysis. milk and water supply, let it extend to Our people will be delighted to hear Mr. Sam Walter, who was called Mr. Brown was well known in this ever article of food you use, see that him. take. home by the serious illness of his father This incident has no connection what county, where he had many friends. is pure and fresh and come a few days ago, has a splendid position ever from a pure source. with the attitude of this country He married Miss Henrietta Beazley, a SHOULD FOLLOW with the H. K. Mulford and Co, manuDo not relax your efforts to keep the toward the troubles between the rival daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jamfacturing chemists, of Philadelphia. forces in Mexico, which will be allowed es A. Brazley, and a sister of Messrs premises surtounding you in a thorough When Mr. Walter received the mesTHEIR EXAMPLE, lj sanitary condition, see that there to proceed as heretofore. The situa- W. S. and R. A. Beazley, now of Lexsage of the illness of his father, he are no pools of stagnant water standThe example set by the congregation was in the state of Oregon one hundred tion dealing wholly and solely with the ington. Mrs. Brown, together with ing about to attract Hies and mosqui of the Christian church in Danville in miles from a railroad, and in order to incident of the arresting of American two daughters, Mrs. J. F. Cook and marines and the refusal to comply with Miss Elizabeth Brown, both of Lextoes, have all outhouses thoroughly subscribing the funds to pay for their save time he made the trip overland to Admiral Mayo's demand that they ington survive him. The funeral sercleaned and disinfected, use lime free- handsome new structure is well worthy Portland, rather than wait for a boat salute the flag. vices will be held in Lexington today. ly, scatter about the premises and of emulation by the citizens of Boyle not due to leave for three days. The The incident which brought about the The following is taken from the Lexwhitewash, also a solution of carbolic county in the erection of a new hotel. stage coach which makes this route is trouble as summed up by Cabinet Of- ington Herald of Wednesday:- acid should frequently be used about The bodily comforts must be ministered drawn by six horses and four changes The funeral services of Mr. H. T. ficers from information elicited from stables and vaults, places where hogs to as well as the spiritual, and nodily of horses are made on the way. messages from Admiral Mavo and Brown, who died from a stroke of nave ueen Kept uunng the winter comforts for the wayfarer are sadly Mr. Walter is delighted with the Charge O Shaughne3sy, is as follows:- - paralsis, at 1:45 o'clock Tuesday morn should be thoroughly cleaned and disin- lacking in Danville just at this time. state of Oregon, Portland being his "Assistant Paymaster Charles C. ing at his apartments in Hampton fected, refuse should be scraped into a Many Lancaster people were deterred headquarters, and is very enthusiastic Copp and a boatload of marines landed Court, will take place from the resipile and carted away or burned, no from attending the dedicatory services about his work and the country in genvegetable matter should be allowed to in Danville on last Sunday because of at Tampico last Thursday to obtain sup dence of his daughter, Mrs. J. F. Cook eral. When he reached here he found plies. They were arrested, but later 533 West Third Street, Thursday aftlie around to putrefy and breed flies the fact that there were no hotel aca letter from his company, asking that discharged. In accordance and germs. Last but not least, have commodations. with ernoon at 3 o'clock, with Rev. Mark he come to Philadelphia for a few days regulation in all navies ot the world, Collis, officiating. your house carefully screened and stay in the house and that the entire Mr. Brown was the senior member guard against the entrance of a single CHRISTIAN CONGREGATION. expense of his trip will be borne by the Rear Admiral Mayo, on considering fly. that an unwarranted arrest had been of the firm of H. T. Brown & Company firm. That they appreciate his value made and that the uniform of the and was a native of Macon Ga. Structure In is At Even after the greatest possible pre- Dedicate New $60,000. attested to by these facts and his American navy had been disregarded. the outbreak of the Cival War, he encautions are taken, disease will somemany friends here arc gratified at his Danville. demanded reparation in the form of a listed as a Confederate soldier in Comtime make its appearance, but a rigid success. guns. salute of twenty-on- e In the presence of a congregation The pany C, First Georgia Cavalry, when observance of tiie rules herein given American flag, while not taken ashore, only 10 years of age, and was on the will reduce the danger to the minimum, which taxed the seating capacity of the was flying at the stern of the whale-bo- field thruout the rebellion. At the close CLOSING EXERCISES and in nine cases out of ten will pre--e- new and commodius structure to its ut- . ot the war, he came to Kentucky, and all the marines were in the appearance of disease in any termost on last Sunday, the congrega- LANCASTER COLORED GRADED SCHOOL where he had resided ever since. form, and besides, these are but rules tion of Christian denomination of Dan"Rear Admiral Mayo allowed the Alter being located in this state lor that should be followed by every well ville dedicated their handsome new?C0,-00- Held At Court House On Last Friday Huerta commander until G o'clock that only a few years, he was made Justice church. The dedicatory sermon regulated household, and were they Night. evening to fire a salute, but later ex- ot ttie Peace from the Sixtli .Magisteruniformly adopted by the entire com- was preached by Kev George L. Snively tended the time in order to afford the ial Distuct, alter winch lie uas apmunity, such a thing as an epidemic of Lewiston III. After the close of the The closing exercises of the Lancas- local commander an opportunity to com pointed Commissioner of tiie CuUniy days work it was found that practically would hi an impossibility. all of the remaining debt upon the ter Colored Graded School were held at municate with his superior officers in Infirmary, the position being occupied k church, something like 530.000. had the court house on last Friday night, Mexico City. A statement cf apology by mm for lb' iears. Alter Judge been subscribed, the members of the and were very interesting. The pupils was issued in Mexico City by Gen. retired Irom office, and His sucragsafca&&&a0g&ig DOG ADOPTS KITTENS. congregation subscribing most liberally who took part in the exercises of the Huerta and the Ipcal officer who ar cessor was selected, he engaged m the to the fund, and even members of other evening showed unmistakable evidence rested the marines was ordered punish- tanning and siucuralsiug uusiness, Master James, the joung son of Mr. denominations assisting financially in of having been well trained and acquit- ed. This did not satisfy the United with his son. J. f. Cook, under James Hatcher, the popular driver of freeing the new edifice from debt. The ted themselves in a very creditable States Government and the salute was the firm name of J. F. CooW iz. Co, the automobile line between this place building as completed is one of the manner, and in a manner calculated to insisted upon. For many years, Air. Brown lias been and Danville, is the owner of a cat handsomest in the state. Numbered reflect credit upon the colored people "Gen. Huerta himself at no time identified with tne congregation of the which recently gave birth to four kit- among its roster of officers are three of the community, showed conclusively agreed to comply, but an Under Broadway Christian Cnurcn, and his tens, the ordeal costing her her life. former residents of Lancaster, they also are awakening to and Secretary in the Mexican Foreign .Of- death has caused widespread grief Messrs. that Two of the kittens also died shortly George L. Walden, Jacob A. taking advantage of the educational fice did inquire of Change O'Shaugh-ness- y among his many friends. He is surRobinson after their birth. Master Hatcher is ami John Magee. advantages offered in the county and if a salute fired to the gunboat vived by his wile, Mrs. H. T. Brown, A Good Thing also the owner of a pug dog, this dag are endeavoring to bring up the rising Dolphin and responded to by the two daughters, Mrs. J. F. Cook and generation in the proper manner. seeing the dire straits of the remain- SPELLING BEE that husband of yours. American ship would be acceptable. Miss Elizabeth Brown. He was one ing kitties, set about doing what she Prof. Joseph H. Bums, who has had This was emphatically rejected by the of the best known men in central KenWhen he sees you using was able to relieve their distress. She charge of the school in Lancaster for United States, and word was sent that tucky. Hewas thfe very soul of inFRIDAY NIGHT. the past three years, is an able educa took up her sleeping abode in the bed nothing short of a public salute to the tegrity; a modest, unassuming, gentle White Swan Flour of the deceased mother cat, furnishing So much interest and enthusiasm was tor, and has succeeded in bringing the American flag would be satisfactory, man of the old school, a man who held the proper nourishment to the bereaved manifested in the spelling bee that was local school to a high standard, lie is a This was the situation laid before the honor higher than riches or all worldly be sure that he expect3 kitties. The latter seem to thrive un- held at the school Auditorium a few minister as well as an educator and is Cabinet by the President. There possession and who went clean heartsome fine bread, bis der the tender care of their new found weeks ago that another has been plan- also one of the best citizens of the col- was a disposition on the part of some ed and clean handed to the Master-H- is mother, and follow her about with as ned for this Friday night Three prizes ored race in the state and ranks high Administration officials to wait for more home was his sanctuary and held cuits or cake. He's right too, WHITE SWAN FLOUR much exhibition of affection as if she will be awarded as follows: 1st prize S5. and holds the unstinted respect of all. facts and do nothing until an investiga- its obligations more sacred than any were their real mother. This affection second prize $2.50, third prize $1.00. both white and colored. tion had been completed. Other, sug- - other earthly duty. In his passing he makes the finest of such things. Try a sack and show him Misses Hattie C. Harris and Lillie B eested that Huerta would evade the is is fully xecipropated by the self con inis snouid create even more interest leaves "the community poorer and yet " stituted mother and she exhibits ' as than ever and a large audience is as- Mason, the latter a Lancaster girl, the sue agd delay and that proiript "and that you are as good a'baker as .his mother . ever. was. in'the broader and truer" sense richer , , !' M o! much pride in her strange family as if sured. The book to be used will be daughter of "Aunt Harriet" Mason, action was necessary. John Lind, for by reason of his sterling example X they were pug puppies. The kittens 'Common words often misspelled" and are his assistants, and are each of them it is Understood, had; in his conference as a Christian citizen, a gentle-hearte- d S appear happy and contented and have is being used in the schools at this well qualified to hold the positions with the President and Secretary Bryan and honest man. waxed fat under the care of their dog time. General admission will be ten which they occupy, and it ia to be hoped counseled a forceful move. For two mother. They are now a little over cents. The proceeds will go to the that our colored citizens will again em hours the Cabidet discussed the pros If you aregoing to need some Cement two weeks old and bid lair to live a school and the entertaiment should be ploy this efficient corps of teachers to ...W ..... .. n.il l.A nnnnimn .A.t.H.s.l.fmS.AB' Sand, Brick or Lime, call on conduct their school. liberally patronized. The GarrardMilling Co. , long and we hope a useful life. of 'drastic action, and the plan of send E. ROBINSON. Editor. Miss Fannie Bishop presented to the Al of the sick are improving. Mr. C. V. B. M. a quilt she had pieced in John VV. Walter, who has been seriousher childhood days, it is the "basket ly ill, shows marked improvement and pattern", so popular with our grandit is thought that he will entirely re- ing the.fleet.aa.a-warnmg.tHuerta of the length to which the Washington enGovernment "Was.prepared to go-tforce its policy was unanimously adWITH MEXICO SEEMS NOT opted. There was no previous intimation teat the naval demonstration IMPROBABLE, PRESIDENT WILSON would be ordered, but this, as well as other moves, oad been discussed on Takes Prompt Action. many an occasion in the past, WAR ' The dreaded disease a Blackleg" Is In the County REV. J. R. TERCY Better Vaccinate your cattle at once. We Have the Vaccine. McRoberts Drug Store. r Book-Keeper. Citizens National Bank Surplus $40,000. i Capital $50,000. ht vy m 4E2&. &$&.!' si m PAINT y Phoenix White Lead re-el- (S)(C. C. &. J. E. Stormes W yy R. E. McRoberts HENRY BROWN MJ 4 w OUR ICE Cream .DEPARTMENT. IS NOW OPEN. &&&&ipp&&& nt at 0. Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co llui-loc- in-la- He Knows to-d- vig-oro- i i Til s Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills The Central RcttrU, Thursday A&rfPl?6r JOHN DEERE Line Of Gossip About Disc Harrows; Drag Harrows JKeopieNNeN Corn Planters. Best Made. i X-R- 19 Page 5 l . Misses Ruth Royce of Illinois and Mrs. Noah Marsee 'l3'"in Lexington BASE BALL. Lillie May Sutton of McCreary are visiting friends. I YOUU FIND JT IN THIS COLUMN. I guests of Misses Altha and Lilie.Iones. Beginning this Saturday, there will Mrs. Jennie Broaddus is in Baltimore be a game of Base Ball at the Hyatts V. Judge A. D. Ford will go to Eexing- - for treatment. vilie Ball grounds every Saturday. The ton Wednesday to see his daughter Mrs, J. A. Amon left Wednesday for Seed corn and seed oats for cash at grounds are level and many good play Miss Elizabeth Ford a student at Sayre a few davs stay in Cincinnati. low prices. ers will take part. Every one is corCollege. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Garrard Milling Cc Mrs. Ed Collier of Danville was the dially invited. uoings by Those Wt Are Interested In. Mrs. Edward Hays has returned to guests on Tuesday of Mrs. U. D. Simpher home in Louisville after a stay son. Leave orders at Stormes Drug Store SAD NEWS. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Grass Seeders, Oat and Wheat Drills. Prices always for renewals for papers and magazine? Mr. Willie Comely left Sunday for a Zanone. Mrs. Ike Dunn and son, of Lexington Mr A. T. Anderson received a tela- - Get my catalog prices. stay in Indianapolis, Ind. have been visiting her parents Mr. and gram Right Quality Considered. Mrs. Dollie Brown. stating that his brother, Robert Miss Lizzie Bettis has been spending Mrs. J. D. Gulley. Mrs. Hill left this week for a visit to who lives in Missouri, is dangerously a few days with her home folks and lf J"50 want Scetl Oats, Seed Corn or her sister Mrs. Collier in Danville. Mrs. W. D. Walker left Tuesday for ill havinir ,,,fT,.rp,1 a ,trnt f n.,u,;l, returned to the Normal School at Richa visit to her cousin Mrs. Hunter O. Mr Anderson was born and reared here ! Ccr" t0 Feed- - se! Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford is mond. Tuesday. Garrard Millisg Co. Irvine in Louisville. and we extend sympathy to the brother! here visiting Miss Jennie Higgins. Mr Alexander Robinson is home from and sisters. Lost: On or near public square Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mount were in Mrs. Wm. R. Cook and son Robinson school at Millersburg for the Easter breast pin, resembling buudi of violet? 31 IE 1 IE enjoyed a recent visit to Lexington, . holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs Stanford the guests of Mr. J. Harve Reward. GOOD DINNER. Mrs. Mattie Duncan. McRoberts and wife. Mr. Elijah Sanders of Madison Co,, George D. Robinson. Ifvou want to get a good dinner is with Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sanders for Misses Olive Dean, Margaret Nolan Brown Leghorn Mrs. Wood Burnside and sister Miss and Mr. Ector Lawson were recent when in Danville next Court day, go a visit. Alice Hudson Rigney entertained on Full of the newest de to the basement of the new Christian eggs for sale. 50c a setting. in Danville. Miss Pearl Sebastian of Richmond is Friday evening at A Progressive "Rook visitors Earl Farra, Lancaster Kj church. You will find everything the tf signs in Spring and Sum the guest of Misses Bessie and Eunice Partv". An inviting luncheon was W. B. Ball and little daughter, Mar- season affords, good looking and accom'Phone 105 mer uress ooous, anu Prather. served. garet, were in Stanford with his sister, odating waiters, together with a price WANTED. Information just received from our of John Mrs. Bohon Campbell. Mr. W. E. Walker of Jellico, Tenn., that will uit your pocketbook. Miss Annie Belle Burnside who has Pendleton and wife Sarah Banks Pen Pretty wholesaler. was in Lancaster last week the guest been a student at the Conservatory of dleton; lived in county 1828; any de Messrs Lige Ford, Jno. G. Kinnaird, things to interest the of relatives. Music in Cincinnati is with her parents Robt. Tomlinson and Ector Lawson cendant please communicate with T BAPTIST REVIVAL. ladies, dainty fabrics Mr. J. M. Hiatt has been quite ill at Mr and Mrs J. G. Burnside at Point were visitors in Lexington Monday. Pendleton Cummins, Crab Orchard Rev. J. W. Beagle begun a series of Springs his home at Hyattsvilie, but is consid- - Leavell. that are sure to be soon Hotel, Crab Orchard, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Collier are at Services at the Baptist church on last erably better. worn by our wisest ,! Rvpr,.n,l .! Rockwell Smith home from a stay in Fork Ridge Tenn. Sunday in which much interest is being Plenty of patCol. A. D. Leavell has been confined ' Mr. John M. Duncan were in Danville and are guests at the Simpson House. manifested. NOTICE. Rev. C. S. Ellis, of Pdint to his room in the country with an at- for a meeting of The Presbytery. The Lick, who formerly resided m Lanterns to choose from.but All persons iiaving claims dgamst the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunlap Blanton caster and had tack of rheumatism. latter going as a delegate from thi charge of the Baptist estate oi Zack Elkin. Sr.. will present all the materials of the . of Athol Ky are guests of the latters church, and was also Lancaster churth. connected with same to me properly proven on or be Reverend J. W. Beagle returned last Come and look at them latest designs and best qualities. parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elmore. the Graded School, is assisting week from Barbourville where he held .Mr. and Mrs. J. W. bweeney were with fore April 27. '.933. and they will coax you to buy, as they are earnest pprsua- a successful revival. in Danville Sunday for the Dedicatory Mrs J. W. Acey of Stanford come the song service. Large crouds attend R. L. Elkin, Executar ders. each service and the meeting is expecMiss Ruth Waller of Louisville is sermon delivered by Keverend bn.vely this week for a visit of several days me opening 01 me with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ted to be prolific of much good, .. i wnnin...;n,i tat,t .1... i. "vuif; ciuciiuiiicu luc iiuiiKj Ulf iill. "i i.ewision in., at ASSIGNEES NOTICE. h'!some ?60.000 christian church. Hughes. and Mrs. J. E. Dickerson. t. WW nmTT T rnnnnnii lnc U"derMgned Uarmnl Bank an! rr.rcr.. Miss Nancy Long and father Mr. ' Mr- - W- - - Goodloc returned Tuesday Mrs. Pattie D. Gill is at home after MV 1 rust Company as assignee ot H T THE CASH STORE. from !l visit to his wife in Hendersons- - a visit with her daughter Mrs. E. C. Robert Long of Madison are guests of PHI MlW Tfi x I flW I Liwan hereby notifies all th red.tor m- u. lie reports Mrs. uoouioe Barnard and grand-so- n -, .,.! vine. !..-Joseph Rogers lv V1IJJVII. 0f jj.jj, H. T. Logan that it wi'l on tin 1L j as improving rapidly and she is expect in Washington D. D. .Messrs Carl Acton and Milton Elliott S dav of May 1934 Mrs. Emma Kauffman is in Richmond ' ed home in the course of a few weeks. receivt clangs a,leasler "Utomoblle experts are in against the said estate of Miss Katie Simpson is in Danville I visiting her brother .Mr. John Green' said Logan Mr. and .Mrs. is. r. Hudson gave a me uueiveyt- - neignoornood conducting at the office of the Garrard leaf and daughter Miss Van. Band where she went for the dedication of a school well arranged course dinner Monday as of instruction" among the and Trust Company in Lancaster. Ky the new Christian church, and for a new owners of machines in that local- and will continue its sittings for per Mi3s Frankye Kauffman left this a compliment to their son Waller Hud a visit to Miss Lillie Noel. son wIl Ieft llome Wednesday for ity. Dr. J. S. Gilbert, and Messrs iod of JO days, said claims week for a visit to her grand-mothe- r to he pre ' protracted absence. Only the family Rev. and Mrs. Henry Falconer are Kemp Walker and Hugh Kurtz are the sented to said Assignee properly proven. Mrs. Mary Kauffman in Hustonville. circle gathered to honor the occasion. being congratulated upon the Cth ad- latest citizens in that vicinity to buy Any creditor failing to present at thv Miss Kathenne Harris has returned dition in their happy household. The machines, each of them purchasing a time stated or within 3 months there C. S. Ellis of Paint Lick All orders filled with Nice,Choice Flowers from a visit to her parents Mr. and handsome new Ford car. after his claim proerly proven to said here to conduct the song service, and late arrival being a dainty little girl. Mrs J. Randolph Harris in Stanford. The people in the Buckeye section of assignee, shall be deemed . W. assist the pastor Reverend J. tohave waiv or 339-FPhone Mr. Waller C. Hudson left Wednes- Garrard county are among the most ed lis right to any part of the assigned Mrs. J. H. Arnold who ha3 been 'the Beagle in a series of meetings which day for New York, from whence he progressive, as well as the most subguest of her mother, Mrs Ellen Bettis, ' began at the Baptist church Sunday All orders are appreciated and will be delivered promptly. estate, this April 10 i'Jl 1. will sail for Panama, en route to Chili stantial citizens of the county, and the returned to her home in Frankfort last night. All congregations are cordially on The Garrard Bank &. Trust Co an engineering expidition which will only reason for the dearth of machines ! Friday. invited to the services. Assignee, H. T. logan be of several years duration. there has been the condition of the a www i wwwaMiw Nsw Rule for Farm Pleasures. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Holtzclaw, re- road, and now that the turnpike has iimwimiiipMii s "" mtt nil I, ,bissmi- iMore system and less guesswork Is turned home Wednesday, after an ex- been reconstructed, machines will soon the rule we recommend for measuring An entirely new line of tended trip through, Kansas, Oklahoma be as common as buggies among these larger profits on the farm and rancii good people. Mr. Holtzclaw Texas and Arkansas. Wyoming Stockman-Farmeis very enthusiastic over some of the Notice. country he has seen and judging from Notice is hereby given that the parthis unusually good health, must have .HI 1KSOX. nership of Burr.ett& Elliott. Physicians, enjoyed it thoroughly. of the unusual sort produced by has been dissolved. AH accounts made Miss Emma Lee Scott has be'enVrai' The following Stanford people came in favor of either Win. Burnett or W. over for the burial of Mrs. Sarah Rich- M. Elliott during the years 1912 and ing near Judson. ards, widow of the late Captian Thomas 1913 are joint accounts and all persons Mrs. G. N. Ray and family spem Richard. Mrs. Bruce, Mrs. Hale, Mr. owing the same are requested to call Tuesday with Mrs. Sim Ray. and Mrs. John Baughman, Mr. and at once at the office formerly occupied Your consideration and patronage will be appreciated. Mrs. Nannie Ray and family spent Mrs. Robert Bruce, Mrs Smith Baugh- by the firm aud pay the said accounts. Easter with her daughter Sirs. Odus man, Mr. James Baughman, Aliss Eliz- After reasonable time if you have fail- Naylor, abeth Baughman. Mrs. J. Harve Mc- ed to settle, the partnership business Hudson & Hughes have Whili and Miss ?ra3i'.c;-ffj- r 'Ti. OIn- aeci sr. kOkCKCjM&OliOytS' iiUsiuii; Roberts, Mrs. Sue Rout, Mr. Jack will be settled by an attorney. We Yellow seed coin that will makt jou A Jessie Shearer, Dr. Pen- would thank all those indebted to us to 4 Beazley, money. nington, Misses Bessie Richards and settle promptly. We are glad to say that Sunday niece Miss Eugenia Patrick. Wm. Burnett School has begun at Sycamore VaMey ceW. M. Elliott. ft The following from here, "took in' and a large crowd attended Sundat "Joseph and hisBrethren" at Lexington 14 16 in Mr. and Mrs. James Foster and fain BY MISS CARRIE MILLER, Of Lancaster, Ky. & Dr and Mrs Elliott, John Gill Kinnaird. . lly entertained at their home Sunday W. B. Mason, Bascom and Lige Ford, ESBEBQ39ESESffi6EES?v5SiSE5E Gksb Mr. Frank Ray and family and Mr in Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Haselden, Mr. and Milo Simpeon and family. Mrs. S. G. Haselden. J. S. Haselden. ... Ky., Elltf! Ky Tin Wnmntwrlllbi Chocolate Pie. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Denny, Mr. Earl kind.- COY Our club has not only settled the seriGrate one-hatea cup full of Chocolate and put in pan with one cup full Farra, Mrs. Fannie Farra, Carlton Mrs. F G. Hurt, Mr. ous question of selecting the officers 1 teaspoonful of Vanilla. 1 cup full Elkin, Mr. and of hot water, butter the size of an egg. and Mrs. Robert Embry, William F. for next year but likewise has named Andrew Simpson is very sick at thi'i of sugar. The beaten yolks of two eggs and two teaspoonsful of corn starch Miller. Mr. and W. R. Cook. Mrs. J. the subject for next years work. Mrs. writing. dissolved in a little water. Mix well and cook on top of stove until thick, stir E. Stormes, Miss Sue Shelby Mason, William Cook was chosen president, b. b. banders and wife spent last fBXBR1WJiKVfmHmRttoTPvr&Tf?BKBBnRMBnKnMBB&XJAyBBFfln& P ring constantly. Pour into pie shells and let cool, beat the whites of two eggs Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Robinson, Mrs. R. Miss Helen Gill vice president ar.d Miss Sunday with his mother, to a stiff froth. Add two tablespoonful of powdered sugar. Spread on top of E. McRoberts, Miss Lettie Mae Mc. Tommie Francis, Secretary and TreasMr. Bud Duncan spent Sunday night pie ar.d brown in oven. If prepared correctly it will be thick and ' firm like Roberts, Mrs. Emma Kauffman, Mr. urer. All three are cultivated, intelli- with his son I. B. Duncan. and Mrs. Jno. Mount, Mrs. Emma gent women. All three have proved jelly and will not run when cut. Mr. AngleSanilers is at home seen. Mrs. J. R. Mount, Mr. and themselves devoted club members, and L. Elkin, Dr. and Mrs. Mar- we are sure all three will discharge the to be enjoying good health. Mrs. R. ,., Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Samlers spent shall Denny, Mr and Mrs. Robt. Wal- difficult duties which have fallen to ,.,.1u..,..11,mnrr.-lf1lr-r- n 'f. ker. Judge A. D. Ford. Miss Patsy their lot with faultless Bank- tact and grace. the day Sunday with her brother. Kinnaird, Mrs. Cleveland Rose, Mr. Hudson & Hughes have VvTvtti and Will Denny, Will Walker, Letcher The subject chosen for next years Yellow seed corn that will make jot Christopher, Gabe Walter. work is "The History of Art". This money. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. study will probably extend from the Bro. Gothaman will preach at time of Egyptian art to our present Scott's Fork next Saturday night and ftn""i fiiiini UKbisa day artists. The only criticism we Sunday. hav heard is that is hard and will reThe little child of Mr. AdranMedca.f (By Wm. F. Miller.) quire study, for that reason the oliicers suffered Home-comin- g last wek over a spran ed asiv inai me women place tneir names shoulder. Spelling .Match Friday night Admis upon the year book with a full under sion 10 cts. COME. COME. COME. standing of services required. There HACKI. Y. Bro. Pollitt was a visitor at our is no written code of ethicd for memschool Tuesday and delivered an in- bers of the club; but an unwritten ethical code has been established for teresting talk. Air. Green Estes was in LiinraM.r Mrs. Dickerson and son and visitor next year, preventing a woman from Monday on business. .Miss Ruth Waller were visitors at our accepting membership and then sitting Mr. Green Parsons and wi e v,,i. c supinely by and lending neither aid or her school Friday morning. mothers recently. encouragement. is beJERRY DOTY, Sec'y. W. H. HARRIS, Pres. .Mr. Roy Scnooler ami fmiK Miss Marie Ballard was able to re hind all progress in club work, and we turn to school Monday after several believe the time has come when every with Mr. and Mrs Les.--. Lonir Suntia-- , days absent on account of sickness. Mr. and .Mrs. Hiram lmlol Buckt woman will feel a responsibility for its Mr. and Mrs. Caneer returned Fri- success and a promise will carry with it spent Easter with her mother Sunt! j To The People Who day from Louisville, where Mr. Caneer an obligation. Hudson & Hughes have White and attended the Educational meeting held i enow seeu corn mat win make ou there. money. The club members are looking with great pleasure, tc the book Misses Anna B. Burnside and ElizaMr. and Mrs. Ottus Melear and sweet beth Gibbs of the county and Mr. Zan reception to .be given tonight at the little baby were with her mother SunRobinson of M. M. I. of Millersburg club room. Each club member is ear- day night. nestly requested to be present, bringwere Monday visitors at our school. We are having a splendid Sunday flour- -, The commencement play "The ing with them two friends. All are School at Freedom. Every one is inMerchant Of Venice" up to date, asked to bring a book as a contribution vited to attend. which the senicrs will present to the to a library that we will one day be Miss Myrtle Ross was the week-en- d hot-bre- ad public during the Commenctment week proud of. The benefits resulting to visitor of her sister Mrs. Ottus We have made arrangeMelear of May has arrived and the Seniors are communities from libraries are worth of Cottonburg. ments with our mills for diMiss Dean every effort made to obtain and mainpracticing each evening. these special bills and can tain them. Clubs need to labor for Mrs. James Bolton and bright little is the instructor. children spent a few days with Mrs. We are making the special price of will be a large and worthy objects and any club give prompt service. Spelling Match Tnere life that is lived for itself alone is not Elijah Bolton last week. spelling match at the school Auditorium $1.80 per hundred F. 0. B. cars Lancaster. We are. also Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ross of Kirks-vill- e fulfills Friday night April 18th at 7:30 P. M. worth the living. only one part of the great purpose were with their daughter Mrs. 3 prizes will be offered for the 3 best making a specialty on painted and galvanized roofing. inmovement. The .state- James Bolton of Dix River. ' ' $5. to first $2.50 the second of the club speller3 ' lumber or roofing. " ' "' Don't fail to see us when m need of. vrf Mr. S R. Foley and family spent $1.00 "the third. This will be the "last ment has been made that there is spelling match this year and everyone no club in the state but what can Saturday night and Sunday with nep should come and spell. The words will establish some form of library for hew Mr. Oscar Foley and wife. mi Misses Fan and Lucy Ross were the be given out from the spelling book the local community should it so desire. guest of Miss Ella Prewitt Easter, now used in school it is "Common 10 cts. Do not forget the excursion to Frank- several were there and a fine dinner words commonly fort, May 2nd. was served. to all. r r J J. E. Mount, Son & Co, :c HERE'S AN INTERESTING CASE. ,eSK'23 -- cas-tome- rs. R. IL S. BROWN. IL ni icziz: Schulz's Cut Flowers J Mill, ii. .. , -- a FLORAL DESIGNS 43 ' i Re'-eren- ! WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent r. MIDSUMMER HATS. Jrfrrz o id. 9tfs s fte 11 a EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE SILO 3 The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build diameter, and feet ment Silos 12, We have had many experienany height. ces this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, if you need cement work of any favorite Recipes Qf 3 Well Jnown Women i Lf The Womans lf PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National r J. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Lancaster School Notes. Qolored Fair. AUGUST 6, 7, 8, 1914. ! Is the Housewife's Greatest Help. 'HAT so tempting li ji Anticipate Building light, flaky, cake or a delicate hot biscuit? w laggard appetiteto the fruit short Royal makes the perfect as a tor-war- d, Tobacco Barns short cake, biscuit and muffin, and improves the flavor and healthfulness of all risen foods. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg '' ' v Go. and short cake more gestible and nutritious, at the same time making them more attractive and appetizing. Royal Baking Powder is dispensable for the preparation all the year round of perfect foods. It renders the biscuit, Self-cultu- re 1 0mm0 ." mm0m0mfiBm Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday April 16, 1914. Feel Tired, Lazy, "Dopey", Sore and Good-Fo- r Nothing? MI-O-N- Mr. John Boain sold a cow and calf last week for $50. Distress after eating, belching of ga3 S. H. ALDRIDGE, Proprintor: Kentucky. Mr. Charles Tankersley and sister Hyattsville, This handsome and royally bred saddle stallion will make the season at and undigested food, that lump of lead my place; one mile north of Bryantsville, on Lexington pike at feeling in the stomach, sick headache, spent Sunday at Arthur Ball. OLD BLACK JOE. Your Blood and System Need A Renova and biliousness indicate dyspepsia. Now Mrs. Sally Lawson and children visitTo Insure A Living Colt. This Jack is 3 years old 15 hands high not up on stilts, but stout built. good at once is the time to remove the ed Mrs. George Beazley Sunday. body and bone. He is by Old Hugger, the Jack the Burton's stood, and has as and three white feet and was foaled ting. It's Wonderful The Way ROOT Copper King is a chestnut sorrel, with star cause and stop the distress. Mr. Will Hammack left here Wed many good mules to his credit, as any Jack in the county. The dam of this in 1910. He is bv Lord Highland 2799, Dam Dwight Cora, 1458, by Forrest Jack is John Morgan bred, and traces back to such famous sires as Beecher, is the remedy. Surely get a nesday for his home in Louis, Ind. JUICE Cleans And Builds Up The Forrest, he by Ned Forrest Jr. Lord Denmark, Denmark, 103, he by Mambrino Joe Blackburn. g box of these tablets Mr. Squire Pointer was very sick last Prime Minister and Highland by Highland Denmark, by Black Squirrel, by Black Eagle 74. Lord Guaranteed. Whole Body. R. E. McRoberts today. Besides week and Dr. Elliott was called to see from dam, Mrs. Culvers 3711. by Harrison Chief, 160G, by Clark Chief. Copper King a A beautiful black and white spottej pony, 54 inches high, good style and quickly stopping the distress him. besides being royally bred, is a fine individual, perfect in conformation, style action, is sired by Sam Cecils's pony who has as many blue ribbons to his credit soothes the irritated walls of the stomMr. Fate Chadwell had a nice mule as any pony in Boyle county. His dam is an extra good pony mare and he cerand action. ach and strengthens the gastric glands killed by the train at Point Leavell last tainly shows good breeding. They will stand at At the same time and place I will stand mv model 5 year old jack, so that they pour out their daily supply week. Each To Insure A Living Colt. of digestive materialj your food is Mrs. Lytha Hammack visited Mrs. A lien will be retained on all colts until season money is paid and the seapromptly digested and assimilated, the S. D. Turner at Lancaster one day last son is due from the man who bred the mare, if soldor parted with. Care taken to Insure A Living Colt. At week. entire system is properly nourished to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. you feel 3trong, energetic and perfectHudson & Hughes have White and Black Jim is 15J hands high, with good bone, bead and ears and a good Registered Hampshire Hogs for Sale at All Times. ly well. Yellow seed corn that will make you breeder. I consider him the best jack in county. This jack is subject to regis not an experiment is not money. ister and his pedigree can be furnished at the barn, Care will be a cure-a- ll it's a scientific remedy recA. lien will be retained on all colts until the season is paid. Mr. Willie Ball and wife visited his ommended only for indigestion distress father Mr Auther Ball, Saturday and taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should anv occur. These Sunday. and stomachs. "HO, HO, HUM! I SURELY NEED health-givin- g and harmless tablets ar A. J. Hammack's little girls are THAT ROOT JUICE TO BRACE a household remedy keep them handy some better at this writing. We hope whether at home or traveling. they will soon be up again. ME UP'. Bryantsville, Ky. Bryantsville Phone 53-Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Graves are re Your blood's as thick as the proverb-a- l PliEACHERSVlLI-K- . joicing over a little daughter which "molasses in January" and it's full came to their home Saturday night. of impurities that have been collecting Miss Jean McKechnie visited Miss Messrs Arch Miller, and Robert Parall winter No wonder yor feel 'all Lucy Pettus, sons Jr. and Miss Myrtle Parsons were in," tired, lazy, achy, "dopey." Mr. Leece. of Copper Creek, visited calling on Misses Georgia and Zilla " " i? Will make the season of 1914 at my FT" Everv ortran in vour bedy is half at Mrs. Duvall's. Dillon, Sunday evening. asleep. Your system is clogged l!ce on Lexington pike at William Elmore is better of measles. Mrs. Sally Beazley is very low at ud with an accumulation of filth that No new cases reported. the home of her son, Mr. Geo Beazley. good health impossible. To Insure A Living Colt. makes $10.00 Prof, and Mrs. Cyrus Johnson visited She is not expected to live many days What you need is a thorough, top-to- without a great change. Madison Peavine, is a beautiful chest bottom house cleaning and a tonic to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress. build you up something to put new Mrs. Jones L. Anderson has just Mr. W. H. Furr bought of Harriett nul with star and left hind foot white. Clark a small tract of land for $250. vim, new force, "fire," "pep" and opened a nice line of millinery. He is royally bred, being bv Kentucky sysrf "ginger" into you. You need Miss Jennie Ray visited her mother, and sold it at once to Will Hammack Foaled April 12. 1906. bay blaze and three white feet, sired by William 1st Peavine and he bv Kex Peavine. will strengthen your stomach Mrs. Nannie Ray, at Judson, Ky, for $300. It was Will's birthplace. Stamp, 9740. by Madison Squirrel. Helton sharpen up your appetite and inprove Dam Sally Hamilton, 12426. This is an awful good breeding Clyde breeds, J. T. Rigsby bought 8 head of 110 lb. You will make no mistake by breed-ia- g your digestion, something to stir up hogs of B. D Holtzclaw at 8 cts. good form, broad and close to ground. Just the horse to get work and brood RHEUMA WILL STOP URIC ACD DEPOSIT your lazy liver and get your bowels to this horse. mares from. that gets into Dewey Croushorn, of Garrard Co., Dusy: will also at same time and place I Recently I met a Ranchman from South Dakota who bred over 100 mares Rheumatic Complications Checked and visited at Mr. Mason Holtzclaws. your blood and purifies it, cleans it out .stand my two fine Jacks at yearly and he said "The Clyde Horse was the only draft he could get, that would Mrs. Will Rigsby, of near Brodhead, and makes it rich, something that acts the "Hsman Sewers" Restored. get him a saleable horse from a Texas pony mare up." this means a great deal 1 on the kidneys, too, because they are visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rigsby. as our horses are too small as a rule for work or good mule mares. This horse Mr, and Mrs. F. L. Thompson visited My Jacks are fine individuals and their breeding can be furnished you at the filters of the blood and may cause a Phe Kidneys, Bowels and Skin are has proven as sure as any horse I ever kept for service. uiy barn. Lien retained on all colts for season money. Season due when mare sight of trouble for you if they get Mr. and Mrs. Arch Sprinkles at Shelby the "human sewers" which carry off TO INSURE. That's why you need that City. the impurities in the blood. When in traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accident but not responsible balky. system Hudson & Hughes have White and these are clogged Uric Acid sediment I will also at same time and place stand Two Black Jacks. 15 and 151 wonderful blood purifying, should any occur. Yellow seed corn that will make you lodges in the muscles and joints and hands, standard, as much bone, foot, head and ear as Kentucky affords with tonic, ROOT JUICE. You never saw a medicine work like money. Rheumatism follows. RHEUMA. the lots of weight, both sound and prompt. Look at the above stock before breeding. it in all your life. It's made from a An itimerant vendor of spectacles great remedy for all forms of the To Insure. Stand at disease, checks the deposit of new, scientific combination of Nature's put glasses on several of our people These Jacks were bred in Nelson County, Kentucky, and by what was and barks last week. own roots, herbs, Uric Acid. and its splendid influence is felt by "I suffered from Rheumatism for known as the Bivion Jack, considered by all who know him to be as great as Miss Lena Arnold, who has been at practically everv vital organ in the Crab Orchard, was with homefolks the six years Tried different doctors, the greatest. He was 16 hands high. Dam of older Jack was by Governor body. with no reliaf. I have taken three Wood, a great one. I guarantee satisfaction when your colt comes. Above past week. bottles of RHEUMA aud am entirely stock will make the season of 1914 at Buena Vista, Ky. A lien retained on all For stomach trouble, rheumatism, Miss Carrie Naylor's pet rat dog weak back, week kidneys and urinary tried to overhaul a moving auto truck. free from the disease." P. W. Miller, colts for season money. For further information apply to The only real proof of the individuality and soundness of the stallion is troubles, and especially for old folks, Catawissa, Pa. R. E. McRoberts will return your the show riug. It gives Melrose Farm great pleasure to again offer the ser- it is simply unequaled. It will have Canine killed. J. T. Rigsby sold a car of mixed hay money if it fails; 50 cents a bottle. n vice of Uie horses. Thistle Doune, winning race record 2:09 you feeling like a new person in a week. on the grand circuit and winner of the champion roadster stallion class at You just trv one bottle of it, and if you to Parker Gregory, of Lancaster, at the Kentucky State Fair, 1913, and Chimewood. 2:19 4 considered by many can't say it's the finest thing you tried $14. per ton. Rev. J. M. Rogers, pastor of the the handsomest trotting stallion in the world, winner of the trotting bred in all your life take the empty bottle CRAB ORCHARD. atallion class at the Kentucky Fair, 1913. and get your money. It's got to Baptist church, will preach Sunday and back Baldy McGregor 2:06 who recently sold for $40,000.00 in Europe and give results. Don't let any scheming, Sunday night. Air. wara Moore, ot Louisville, is da33ie McGregor, who recently sold for $10,000.00 in this country, are a unreliable druggist palm off an imitalb. hogs J. T. Rigsby bought visiting his mother Mis. Laura Moore. who is himself the sire of Zuli-k- n tion on you. There's only one genuine of Ad. Davis, of Dripping Springs brother and sister of Thistle Doune 2;09 Miss Lucile Morgan returned to Rich 2:29 4 and Madora Doune (2), 2;26 and who has a large number ROOT JUICE and nothing "just as section at 7j cents. mond monaay to nnisn her term in of colts in training in the hands of Kentucky's famous reinsman, Ben Ken- good" or "almost like it." Miss Zula Naylor was severely school. nedy, and it is confidently expected that a number will race to fast records shocked by a fall when a banister on a thiyear Hudson & Hughes have White and porch broke under her weight. Chimewood has the destinction of being more sought after by Govern-iec- t Yellow seed corn that will make you NINA. Mrs. Rebecca Pettus and daughter. money. Commission than any stallion in America, and they offered the largest Miss Rinda Pettus, were visiting Mrs. price. $3,000.0!) cash, they offered for any stallion, which was refused. Mr. Charlie Holdman, wife and baby TERMS 'are Thistle Dounte. $35.00 to insnre; Chimewood, $25.00 to inMr. Eliga Baker sold a yearling mule B. D. Holtzclaw at Walnut Flat. of Maysville were with their mother Mrs. J. J. Thompson received word Sunday. sure. Mares kept on grass at owner's risk. to Mr. E. P. Jones for $82.50. For further information and extended breeding and .descriptive catafrom Mt. Vernon that her eged father, Mrs. Kate Egbert ha3 returned from Mr. Wesley Humas was the guest of Mr. Horace Baker is quite sick. logue, address. a visit to Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Higgins Mr. W. T. Baker Sunday afternoon. Rev. Morgan, of Crab Orchard, of Stanford. Local and long distanec Miss Ida Baker spent a few days preached Saturday night, Sunday, and G. CECIL. DANVILLE. KY. phone 12S. Mr. Frank Holdman, of Jellice Tenn. last week with her brother in Madison, Sunday night at the M. E. church. visited his mother Mrs. Claudia Holman Co. old last Sunday. Mr. R. G. Pettus sold a two-yeHudson & Hughes have White and jack to Meyers & McClintock, of Mr. Forest Foley, of Somerset, spent Yellow seed coin that will make you for $1,000. This was a fine Easter with his parents Mr. and Mrs money. animal. Record 2:29 lA, Trial 2:14 3A. Harve Foley. J. T. Rigsby bought a cow and a Misses Mae and Stella Campbell of Mr. Otto Moberly and his friend are Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 V. going to spend a few weeks in Pen- heifer from John Wilson, of Bee Lick, Danville are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15 hands, foaled 190G. at 5J cts. for cow and GJ cts. for the Maud Campbell. nsylvania next month. Standard Registered Vol. 18. heifer, ( Alcyone 632, 2:27 Mr. Earl Prewitt took a pleasant Mr. Frank Brooks of Broadhead has Mr, Roscoe Colyer received word n.i-- Klirht Sire of fiO. riama nf Cf. drive Sunday afternoon with a few of hire of 2 inc Starch- - Noon dav from Somerset that his father. Judge been visiting his daughter Mrs. Daisy By Kt Klmo 275. , Silent BrooL. l70-lielit 2:lM!,'. Iirielitllebt his little friends driving old Charlie the Dark WilLs 2:09 I uecora z:iu;t P. G. Colyer, was dead. Mr. Colyer Hunt for several days. Creat Brood Mare, !',.l Valpa 2 family horse. etc. Sire of Illll Burl. (Harry Clay tt.Mi. This royal bred Jack will make the season at my place at $10.00 for formerly resided near here. Mr. John DeBorde is the boss fisherClay .. Sire of 4. dams of 60. Me ado I Jenny horse mule, $12.50 for mare mule, $20.00 for jennet colt. $40.00 for Jack colt. (Norwood Belle Crrat brood mare Itrook hmina The residence of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. man of the season having caught two, ItrooV 2siJi. By Norwood 522. Zarrine Chief Napoleon is by Hill Napoleon, 3rd, No. 3706. 1st. Dam. Ky's Best, 2654, t OTi. I."1 v Be! 1. rook Parrish came very near burning down one measuring sixteen inches, he caught jlcCKEAUY. 47.VS. 2 :1S. ( Baron Wilkes by John Morgan, Sr, 1954. 2nd. Dam Joe Blackburn 1454, by Daisy, 1215. i 0, etc . on Friday afternoon at suppertime. A them in Dix river. hire of 12 In 2:10. etc. (Moko'2lt'.T I Hill Napoleon 3rd. by Baughman Napoleon, 2nd. he by Napoleon 1796, he by hire of Breuda Yorke Oneen Kttael. spark on the roof caused the trouble. I CUto I iMV.i, By Strathmorc 408. Keruo 2al!4. Mr. Oscar Manuel, of Lexington, old Napoleon, 1436. Hill Napoleon dam Missouri Queen, by Senator Beck 2449. !)am of I.aU Native Belle (1) 2:0H. Dam of Bump. 2:03'.,. Mr. Davis Sutton still remains quite This is the second time in this year alit(2)l was painfully hurt by being thrown by Daniel Boone 1456. I consider this the best young Jack I ever owned. He Silver Silk (41 2:0sU. Blencher 2r2nK-- l sick. that the structure has caught on fire. ti. 2 17, out of a half I Monrlco (3) 2:07'f Susie ( from his motorcycle last Friday, while has served only two jennets and both are with foal. He is 15 hands high, black N. (3)2tJ. etc Wilkes Mitwood 8000.2 .1 sisler to Silent Brook Miss Lula Barnett is the guest of (.Betty Clay Some of the Preachersville ladies on his way to visit his brother here. Sire of Carl Wilkes 2 C4J4 (J fW, with white points. Half Sister to Silent (Jennr Clay. Mrs. Sam Sutton. will give a play here some time in May Brook2:0Sj4. Ueddie CIa By Harry Clay 45. I will also stand another fine Jack Mrs. Hannah Steger is getting along 141 JSKi'i. and Lilly Clay Dam of Silent Brook Mr. Milton Elliott is visiting Dr. and entitled, "The Ladies' Masonic Lodge." dam of I'm e 2 HIM 2 :lrtV. Reddle Clay 4 nicely, and bearing her pain in a most Mrs. J. S. Gilbert. The play shows they have heard their 2r25J.etc. heroic manner. Her physician. Dr. Miss Her Hill is the guest of Misses husbands talking in their sleep and the Jones, has for Mare Mule. for Horse Mule and At Silent Brook 19709, 2:1GJ, sire of Billy Burk 2:03J, Meadow Brook 2:06J, pronounced her out of dangood ladies "catch on" to the work and He is 15J hands high, black with white points and a fine individual. He was Shawbay 2:07h Zarrine 2:07$. Betty Brook 2:09J, Emma Brook 2:09J, Lady Leota and Kosa Ray. ger. lodge of their sired by John Morgan 2705, (T. O. Hill's champion Jack) Dam Nannie B..2653. Bellbrook 2:10. Butter Brook 2:10J, Silent Brigade (2) 2:10i, Margaret Bathgate Miss Bessie Ray Sanders of Madison conclude to organize a "Noel Carson's Oath", a drama in by Old Beecher, the greatest breeding Jack of his time. own. Those who are in the play are (4) 2,11 i, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07J. etc. Jenny is visiting friends here. His dam, especially talented and we believe it four acts will be given for benefit of Clay, also produced Reddie Clay 2:251, and was grandam of Prue 2:21. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel are guests will be a success. It is full of fun Crab Orchard Christian Church at the Moko 24457, sire of Fereno 2:05 (winner Kentucky Futurity), Brenda of Mr. and Mrs. Schooler. from start to the finish. There will be Springs hotel Friday night Come every Yorke (3) 2:0S? (Futurity winner.) (5) 2;04i, Native Belle (2) 2:07f (Futurity Mrs. Nick Schooler has been visiting a nominal price charged for admission one as i twill be good. winner.) (3) 2:0Gi (champion filly) Manrico (3) 2:07J (Futurity win- Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel. and everybody should get ready to help Kentucky's finest Saddle Stallion will ner), Silver Silk (4) 2;03J. Susie N. (3) 2:091 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10 Mr. and Mrs, Homer Ray visited her out a good cause. The proceeds The Ladies Aid of the Baptist church in make the season at my stable, one sent fifty four dozen fresh eggs to their Wobel 2.101. Mochester 2:101. Momaster 2:11. Siliko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) will go to put in walks at our Consol- orphans home in Louisville Mrs. Lizzie Walker. for their mile East of McCreary and six miles etc Si.-e-d daiiH of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion), Vito (4) mother Mr. R. H. Beazley visited Mr. and idated school. Easter breakfast. There are about 80 (4) 2:091. O'Neil (3) 2:13J, etc. Brother to Bumps 2:031, Martha Tipton East of Lancaster at the very low price A School Improvement League was little helpless children being cared for Mrs. W. H. Beasley Sunday. Baron D 2:10. etc. of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hill visited Mr. organized Friday evening at our new in that Home. Bleucher 4C153. record trial mile 2:14 j. half in 1:06, last quarter in Consolidated School building, About 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. to Insure a Living Colt He and Mrs. Henry Sanders Sunday. Easter Sunday was celebrated here 75 people were present. After the Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill visited his greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the great by an excellent sermon at the Baptist singing of "My Country 'Tis of Thee", He is a rich chestnut in color, about Futurity sire Moko. A grand combination of two of the best race horse fami- mother Mrs. Rolinda Hill Sunday. church by Rev. Rogers, pastor. Musiand "The way of the Cross Leads nes of the present day. He being a real race horse himself, having had very cal selections were rendered suitable to Mr. Carl Acton is s visitor at the 16 hands high and weighs about 1.200 Home" by the audience with little Miss little training and most of that by an amateur. the occasion. The church was decorated It certainly looks like this home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kurtz. Iva Thompson at the organ. Prof. J. B. pounds, with fine mane and tail and horse is of Grand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win his and Mrs. S. M. Turner visited Hutchins offered prayer. After which with flowers and ferns, and the day Mr. plenty of bone and substance, with lots share of the money sure. was a lovely one. At 2 p. m. the Sun her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ross. this gentleman was called to the chair. beam class conducted by Mrs. George of natural style. He has racked quarters in forty seconds and stepped just BLEUCHER is a perfect type of a road horse, good gaited with perfect Best Seed Oats, Seed Corn. Lime, The purposes of the meeting stated by Stephenson, and assisted by Misses as fast in harness, both in trot and pace. He is bred in the purple, being by manners, war3 no boots or weights. He has an undefeated record in the Stal- Cement, Brick, Sand and Salt. We will Prof. Cyrus Johnson. Mr. Hutchirw Bessie Reynolds and Gwendolyn Hum- the great Dorsey Gold Dust, 12052. He is a full brother to Estelle. by Zicalda lion Road Class for 1913, and is conceded by good judges to be the best road sell you corn or buy yours. Blanken-shi- p We will elected chairman and B. I. phrey, entertained in a most interest- Gold Dust, 4400, he by Gold Dust 150, he by Vermont Morgan, he by Justin horse out this year. assistant. Mrs. Jones L. Andersell you hay or buy yours. Our prices This is a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to breed in- are as low as any other standard goods. son elected Secretary and treasurer. ing manner with songs, dialogues and Morgan, he by old Comet Morgan. 1st dam Peavine 85, by Young Diamond, he recitations by the sweet little tots of by Diamond Denmark, he by Washington Denmark. He has proven himself a to the best families of the trotting blood. Iook this horse's breeding over and Garrard Milling Co. Constitution read and adopted by over acquitted themselves champion breeder and has shown some of the best colts in Central Kentucky, see how many they have in the list both sire and dam. Meetings on Friday the town, who We are sorry to state that Mrs. T. 25 members. splendidly. After the entertainment ranging in price from $125.00 to $150.00 as weanlings. His books are filling fast. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1914 at my stable in W. Bradshaw remains quite sick at this night. Miss Tanner Thompson sang in a most .Visitors are welcome at all times. writing. Lancaster, Kentucky, at touching manner "The Resurrection". I retain a lien on all colts until season money is paid. Mares transferred Stomach Trouble Cured. Hudson & Hughes have White and Then the little ones were treated to an or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance and must be paid at once. Care taken to To Insure A Living Colt. Yellow seed corn that will make you Mrs. H. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa., egg hunt among the grasses and butter prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Phone 364-I am prepared to take care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. , Lien money. writes, "For some time I suffered from cup3 in the yard of Mrs. J. T. Chad-wicon colts for service fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Miss Lena Schooler has returned to stomach trouble. I would have sour A large crowd of grown ups her home after visiting her sister Mrs. stomach and feel bloated after eating. witnessed their joy in finding the beauCare taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Jasper Loel. Nothing benefited me until I got Cham- tiful eggs, and we dont believe there Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hill was the berlain's Tablets. After taking two is one little girl or boy in the Sunbeam guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Cotton bottles of them I was cured." For sale class who does not understand the Horses, Jacks and Jennets for sale at all times. LANCASTER, KY. the past week. TELEPHONE No. 95. Imo. meaning of Easter. by all dealers. Copper King, 4582. $15.00 A FIRST AID TO SICK STOMACHS EAMM ACK A Good Jack, and a Stud Pony to make the season at TINKER'S RETREAT.. SIUVE 9h Mi-o-- health-restorin- R Mi-o-n- SILK. BLACK JIM. $8.00 $10.00 xlrT Mi-o-- R M. Moss, R. fladison Peavine 3405 some-thingth- at Alexander Stamp, 12696. dam-Mau- d something $ 0.00 Each to Insure a Living Colt. $12.00 Wm. LEAR, Lancaster, Ky. tir-rib- le Winner on the Track and In the Show Ring Against the Best in the Land. well-know1- -4 Jacks $10.00 leaves G. H. RUBLE, Agent SEASON 1914. 3-- 4, 4, 3-- 4, J. BLEUCHER ar 46158. ?., .!. CHIEF NAPOLEON, No. 5107. 1 1 u 3 I 5 $6. Beecher Morgan. $9. Dorsey Gold Dust, $10. Jr. $20.00 b. Walker Bradshaw, - W. B. BURTON, Mccreary, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday April 16, 1914. Children Cry for Fletcher's I, i Page 7 Ruf fin's Friend I f An Easter Story By JEANNETTE II. WALWORTH f Copyright, 1914, by American Press Association. lxxxxvxvvcvcccCCCCSJCCNCCCCCCCCCC Tlio Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been, in. use for over 30 years, has borne the signature o -- . and lias been made under his pcr- sonal supervision since its infancy. ?&- ZccyUZi! Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are hut Experiments tliat trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good" What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless snhstitutc for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, 3Iorphino nor other Narcotic substance. Its acre is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fcvcrishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural bleep. The Children's Fanacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA Eears the Signature of ALWAYS (duxY ctecAtM. BSKKS3 In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TMC CCNTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK ClTV. the gentleman who was selecting an Easter lily from Mrs. Moxer's stock was not only exasperating, it was "touiniyrot." One lily was just like another. Ilufliu stepped boldly between buyer and beller. lie lifted a small, freckled face, made bright by a pair of winning blue eyes. "Mister, I'm lookin" fur a job. I'll carry your lily borne for you." The gentleman looked Itulliu over critically. Mrs. Moxer indorsed the boy. "Oh, you can trust Ruff, sir." The gentleman put bis hand into his pocket. "All right. Chipmunk. A dime, isn't it?" Ruffin shook his head: "Not yit Wait till the goods Is delivered. I wants a stop over privilege." The gentleman laughed. He found Ruffin delightful. "All right, Chipmunk." "Well, it's this way, sir. I got a friend. She's my friend all right, but she's heap closter of kin to the angels than she is to me. She bo'ds at the house where I jobs. I clean the steps and take out trash and such. She don't belong there, but I reck'n she's down on her luck. I was nittlln' out her stove one day last week, and I heard her sort of say to herself, 'Oh, if I only could smell the lilies once anaiii it would make me well.' She do look mighty peaked. mister. And I lips ami says, poiutin' to a bis book she had TO tion of ItulQn, shifting restlessly from one dirty little bare foot to the other, the fastidious delibera- jfaawfa twniitliwftSflrIaag'BiajgBKiinraifagM is Wft! J Any roof that will last 7 yearj and vxll worth looking into. That's the record behind is still in 200J condition fill "msii m 1 iP4 l-f ' I I f c4ljw &WjfTV HMMMIS 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. "I'lilj CAJSISY There are thousands of houses all over the country, many of them in this state, from tile owners of which this statement can be verified. For Sale by 4 Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, 4rc CbmiW) YOCU LILT l'Olt YOU." GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all thought of winters discomfort. WINTER TOURIST FARES KOW AVAILABLE VIA INCLUDING FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA "LAMD OF THE SKY." TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVER TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH AND LONG RETURN LIMIT. PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details consult any Ticket Agent or write H. C. KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main St, Lexington, Ky. International Harvester Manure Spreaders tflfai-ft r1''"STEEL - LjfFrxOlrr open ill her lap. 'Is them lilies, Mis Gertrude?' And she says: "Asceniion lilies, Kuff. You know what they stand for?" And I had to own up 1 didn't, and then she talked to me like a angel might "a talked and told me more about the Bible and Jesus than I bet any of the preachers know. And I thought if she was sick for the smell of the lilies I might help Miss Withers to get well. Is It a go, mister?" "It is a go. Chipmunk. Rut." he handed Rutlin a card. "I will be at that address before 3 o'clock, and if you fail to show up what must 1 do about my lily?" Ruthn grinned confidently. "Send the chief of perlice to Mrs. Bisland's bo'din" bouse on east Forty-sistreet and tell him to ask fur James RulHu Clark." And he was off. At the street and number engraved on the card a morris chair was pushed, up to a front window by the lily buyer. A quarter to 3 by his watch would the Chipmunk show tip? The doorbell rang. He called to the white capped maid as she passed to open it. "If It is a i boy with a lily, bring him in here." Enter Ruffin. crimson from rapid walking, but witli the light of triumph 's in Ills eyes. "The big clock out jus strikin' 3. Mr. Marschalk." "Well, Chipmunk, did your lady friend take a smell of It? Put the flower there on that stand in the win- dow. And did it make her well?" "I don't know about It makin' her well. sir. but she said it made her glad, and then she bust out cryin". When I'm glnd. 1 grins. Don't you?" "Invariably. Ruffin." Ruffin drew a crumpled on elope from the Ijosoih of his faded blouse. "And you asked me her name. sir. They'd just emptied the waste paper baskets Into the tr.ish barrel in the urea, and this was on top." Mars-olial- k glanced at the envelope, but de x yon-derI clined it as a possession Miss Gertrude Withers. "All right, Chipmunk. Now let's talk about James Ruffin Clark." "Oh. he don't count for nuthln, sir," said Ruffin with an easy laugh, which sobered into an awestruck expression as an elegant lady with big black eyes and snowy white hair entered. Marschalk rose to his feet, "Ilel-lmater; this young gentleman brought out your Easter lily." It was at the luncheon table that Marschalk's mother gave him a message: "Lloyd, Cornelia sent you word that she wanted you to be sure to come to church tomorrow. You know she is directing the music this year. They have'secured a w"iderful soloist, and your sister wants iur opinion of the girl's voice. 1 think Mr. Davenport, our organist, is trying to interest your sister In this young woman. She is a fine musician and. having been thrown on her own resources, has conceived that it is easy to get pupils in New York. At any rate. Miss Withers is boarding in the same house as Mr. Davenport. Cornelia is quite stirred up about her." Marschalk passed his cup. "It seems," Mrs. Marschalk pursued, "that this girl was joint heir and owner of a very fine cotton plantation near Chattauooga with an older brother. The older brother must have been a scamp of tho first water. He came on to New York. leaving her living on the plantation, where she had always lived. It appears he went it at a pace. Before three ye.irs were over he had got this poor girl to give him powers of attorney, and It was only alter he had the decency to dispose of himself that she found out ho had mortgaged the plantation for more than it was worth, and the mortgage was foreclosed, leaving her penniless." "You did not happen to hear the brother's name, mother?" Marschalk asked in a queer voice. "No, nor the name of the man into whose pocket her home passed." Marschalk was in his mother's pew on that Easter Sunday. lie listened with a pleasure that merged upon pain to the rich young oice that swelled above the grand organ notes in "Consider the Lilies." The oIee was di vine. And her name was Withers! Marschalk's mind traveled swiftly backward to the time when Eugene Withers stood before him, a wild, di-- ' shoveled boy, almost pleading for help. Withers had been his roommate and chum at Harvard a wild, reckless, unbalanced boy. He got the help he ask-- I ed for got It time and again until, with patience exhausted, Marschalk had mildly suggested some sort of guarantee or security for the large sums. It was then that the mortgage was given and accepted. A little while longer and Withers had shuffied off responsibility with the mortal coll. It was perhaps a week after hearing that wonderful voice in church that Marschalk called on his sister Cornelia. "Well, what progress is your southern friend making in the matter of pupils?" he asked with a nervous laugh. "Poor girl, I pity her!" "Oh, you would Indeed. Lloyd, if you could only see her the gentlest, prettiest, most patient little thing. Oh, I wish you could see her!" He did see her. He saw her again and again. Months had passed when Marschalk, going up the now familiar steps, met Ruffin comirg down them. They stood together on Mrs. Bisland's stoop. Marschalk extracted a ten dollar bill from his iocketbook and held it out to Ruffin. "What's that fur, boss?" "For you to get a new suit." "What fur. boss?" "Because you need it Ruff, and because in a way you were instrumental in making mo know your friend. Miss Gertrude. She and I are to be married next month. Ruflin. and I don't want you to disgrace her In church." o, by local applications, ai they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous Ilnlner of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you 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; nlno cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Deafness Cannot Be Cured L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. gMi MHsOIHiaoaMOoaoaaa800oat J aW A aHam MssaV aaM 3 Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysviile, connecting; at Kichmon: with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexing ton & b rankfort, Mount Sterling & OOttOOOtOODOPOOOSItOU GOOOGGGOGOO GENTLEMEN The Barber Shop for Style is on Richmond Street. T Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. Get your Hair Cut to fit your head No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting We make a specialty of blocking Take Hall's Family rills for constipation. at Rowland, L & N to ail points South Children's Hair. No 28; 11:04 a. m. HENRY DUNCAN, To Richmond, connecting with L & Richmond Street. N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. Onickir rellerna TthAnmAtfim- - Snm 3fn. No 70; 11:50 a. m. KMirilal. la.V..Ia tl..j)..ha ... paias. Your money back if it fail' to re-To Richmond, connecting with fast Hare anr acne in atit Tarc nr inn rjotir fifteen minutes time. train to Cincinnati. jrnco sue. tt Jill JJrug gists. Free aampla and circular ant a request. No 27; 2:09 p. m. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon 342 East Main St., Lexington. Ky. Good Service. Prices Riflht. Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Phone 354-Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. Lancaster, - - Kentucky, Prop. A. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. A. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting train to Bristol & Atlanta. with fast Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Office at Rainey Lancaster. -- and Dentist. -- Surgeon Kentucky s Livery Stable. - 3r&rnr v37 -- 3SBi-M- !c P'"V3i xJth trs3gg: STsJ&tb l"i Lrra2r!'S1:ki. r ttA Ain. WfoteStZW. an-a-a-asisi- aw, J. W. Morrow, Ormlu.itc '..- Hotel Henry Waf terson LOUISVILLE, KY. "The Soutli's jut popular priced, modern hotel. Absolute1 situated in the very heart or the retail shopping distnctand near all the theatres. Finest Cafe in Louisville, with moderate i - Opiictaa tu:tc M-f- ft HitiiilariiL' IF YOU WILL PERMIT us to demonstrate to yon the need of Insurance, we are satisfied that you will no longer be without it. Leavel-Heade- d i and THE NEW Opposite Post Ol!U'p prices. Club BreaWas! from 25c up : neon day Lunch 50c; table He hole Dinner. 6 to 6 p. m. $1.00. Also elaborate a la carte service in Restaurant Rathskeller open from A p. m. to I a. m. Orchestral and vecal music Barber Shop ; ROOM PRICES With running water and private toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 par day Large sample nomi with private bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. You are cordially invited to male this notetyour headquarters while in Louisville, even if only for a day. Have your mail and packages addressed here. Yoa will always be a welcome cuest. ROBERT B. JONES. Man.ger. men realize the importance of In surance; but we wish to talk to those who are not fully aware of the advantages of Insurant e, and respectfully solicit an opportunity tc to give them information. Bath In Connection. ; J. E. Seale,Pr if. Nl. PRISBIE & THOMAS,! KY. ! ELLIOTT, LANCASTER. j Olrke Citizens National Bank Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 520. Official Directory Of Garrard County. Ilr.ll. ('NimC3 A. Hardin. Circuit Jmlj-'iCoinmonui'Hltln Attorney Hon. Emmet 1 urn Pnr- - Ocice Hours to - Iji.m :u4 slonn-'-t- ORice oier ' Cnixlort SEED CORN I have Boone County White and Red Cob CORN from the crops of 1912, albo Reids Yellow Dent crop of 1913 which has been carefully hand picked as well as all other farm Seeds. Write for samples and prices. B. Maon. V. H.Iirown. Trustee Jury Fund Ben. K. KoMusuu. Otliclal Court stenographer Mi-- s 'le Shelby Circuit Clerk jear. iltimn IB- - Mater Cominl-inn- er F. 'WJLUTJtB iin-icur- , DENTIST. Phone 62. Mason Uounty Judge C A.ArnoIii. Kj. W. BUSH NELSON, Lexington, Ky. County Attornty (.. 0. Walker. County fieri. J. Hamilton. Deputy ilerk Harry TomI2iiou. Coroner J. A. Juno. SheritI ( . A. Kobiu-iIKputy Urorce T. Ballar.l. Superiutentlaut of schools Miss Jennie ill? Kirs. sses-or hi. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentuckv- Deputy Iae . anIer-- . K. IS. Kay. Paint Lick, P4- Jailer Dave Kus. S"iper fsor tif i:oai Treasurer J. JIe eiaii.t Bout ue. Elmore. OlHceHour.JV',,, . A. Wtecte Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Stormc-- i MAGISTRATES. J. X liltt 1st, Dl-- t. Logau l?ou .'nil. DKt. JohM S1. lldm Jrd. Dim. James Coliitron 4th. Dist. COUNTY UOAKD OK EDUCATION. Thomps Arnold. Jr. Is:. DUt. B. K. Benny ani Oft.ce 5 .4 THE FIRST EASTER DAY. t 2 .4 Never so sweet a hush In all J u dean nights. Never so fair a sun Rose o'er Judean heights, Never so hovering close UKl all or neaven lean, As when approached the tomb The weeping Magdalene. It has the only real continuous door opening. Hoops made of tested steel. Hoops can be adjusted from lad-dfront door frame. Doors made of California Redwood, "The Wood Eternal." fac-to- B3idin,fei Hurt son's Furniture Store JL AiifKr er Heuilren. 3rd. Dlt. ThoniRS f. King. 4th. Dlst. CITY OK LASC-A5TK- K 1). O. J iuil.Di-t- . LANCASTER, KENTUCKY The location of our factory gives us factory, and from v lowest freight from mills toSilo and Save money by to you. Get a bttttr P . writing us to-dfor catalog and prices. LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. (Incorporated) f.O. Station F. Mayor I.. ;. Iuidion. City Jurtce J. 1". l'rather. City Attorney J. E. Kcbiusou. CltyCI-r- J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 27. What marvel greets her eyes: Too tear bedimmed aro they! .4 M LOUISVILLE KT. k K.ti. Hurt. 2 2 2 4 Behold no portal barred Tho stone is rolled away! Vacant the sheltering depth Where he was laid to rest; Vacant the narrow space AVhereon his body prest. T . fsjpBJy 2 .4 4 4 Only the cerements white Where lie. the Son. had Iain; Only at head and foot The guardian angels twain Tho guai dins angels twain. Of gentle mien and grave. To speak of woiil fulfilled Of him w hi died to save How spread the mighty truth! Hon all the earth divined' Kept What glorious. The Saxinur nf nuiiMml' Til K RUtl And 50 the not And mill lelon'in;,. pra. As did hH sei.int wlu'n Came the hrt faster !a -- Stanlov Waterloo t t v rfo Of BGIWUON ONE POULTRY City Assessor John M Mount. City Treasurer W. ". Champ. I.. K. Herron. Chief i'oik-COUNC1LMEN II. c. Hamilton. I'arler Gregory. W JI Zanone. Sam Cotton. Dr. J A Vmoii W. O. Goodloe. Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY CURE pv 4 j ,g - j ? ft" f t 1 t" Jj KSS .V)Sl.Tf.I . cures gaics, few drops in the drinking water cures and l)reent; cholera, diarrhoea and othercluck disease- -. One 50c bottle makes li gallons of medicine At all Jrugplsts. Sample and booklet on "Disease-, of 1'owls" sent FUR1:. Bourbon Hcnady Co. tah&cz, Ij dora a chiefs throat A o V7V77TTTWVTVTV7VTWVTVT .lit. Hebron The I HC Line CHAIN AND HAT MACHINES aunt Biaa'trt, Rcapcrt Headeri, Mawera Raket, Stackers Ha? Laaa'eri Bar Prewca CORN MACHINES frame on steel wheels that lasting basis on which Inter- Mrs. Lem Teater the past week, attended preaching at this place Sunday Miss Lavinia Montgomery leftFriday for Lexington to enter the Good Sa maritan hospital to take a course as Mr. Will Shields is very ill. Mrs. Dennie Scott is convalescent. Miss Hallie Barker is ill with mumps. Miss SalhV Barker is able to be out after a weeks illness. Mr. D. C. Montgomery is erecting a dwelling on his farm here. Hudson and Hughes have White and Yellow seed corn that will make you money. Miss Nannie Coulter of Bryantsville was the guest of Miss Mary Sherrow Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. SkeUcrs. Skredien TILLAGE Plasters, Packert Balers, Caltrraton EuUaf e Cotters national manure spreaders are built. All parts, including box, beater, spreading mechanism, apron, are built by experts, using best materials, from careful designs based on field tests. Every detail is strong and durable, built trained nurse. Mr. Felix Lane,-- wife and children of the Orchard Grove section were with her parents Mr and Mrs Stone, Saturday night and Sunday. The Silo That Gives The undersigned hereby warning to nil persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful ree-- s st extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elani. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Piice V.t es. J. W Sweeney W. G. Anderson John JI. Farra J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. B. M. Lear. S. C. Henderson, Etc- W. S. Embry A. J. Caddell, H. C. Arnold Everything for Orchard, Lawn, ant Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. Garden. S. L. Rich. W. B. Ray. We will add other names for 25 cents Write for free Catalogue. No Aj-tcash. g-ve POSTED T Strawberry Plants Fruitand Shade Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb,Grapo Roses, Peonies. Phlox, lounty 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. H.F.Hillenmeyer & SoiiSv Satisfaction Has the famous doors Lexington, Kentnckv. Nurserymen since 1841. Pel, Sariar-Taet- si Duk Himn Caltiratara GENERAL UNE 03 aad Gai Eaciaet OS Tractars Manre Spreaders Craaa Separators Fans Waxau Mater Tricks Tkreaker Grata Dt Bis Feed Griaders Kpjf a Griadert RtitrTsriM for long life and ease of draft. Among the features that will interest you are these: Simple protected beater driving mechanism, all of steel; load carried on rear axle, insuring traction; reversible that swing on hinges lllJUi:u convenient to oper- ate keeps silage per fectly, winter and summer. gear and worm; low, easily loaded box, with ample clearance underneath; end gate, preventing clogging of beater while driving to the field; etc. All styles are in the I H C spreader line, high and low, endless and reverse apron, and various sizes for small and large farms. Our catalogues will tell you more. Write for them and let us tell you also where you may see I H C manure spreaders. J. W. Vanarsd.all was sister mond Friday to see her in Richwho is ill 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. At a call meeting at this place Sat. afternoon, Rev. J.,W. Mahan, present pastor, was called for another yean He accepted the call and will continue his work. Let every member do their duty and make this the most successful year of his ministry here. Write for our offer and Silo Book Mailed Free Also cet offer on the Ijuiaing Silo and the Uzht running SUberzaata Silage International Harvester Company of America New Albany Cbuspioa Dccrisg McCtrmick M3waalee at the Hospital at that place. Cutler. K FURS B M0NEywi TW T! -- i-1 AJJ-atV We tell yon how. and cav best market Ind. Ottoa Him Mr. Walter Simpson moved Friday from Poor Ridge to the house recently erected on Mr. J. W. Vanardalls farm. Miss Lelia Teater of Poor Ridge who has been the charming guest of her Southern Silo Co. Incorporated nnees. We. are ciralrc. et:ir1tiKf in 1S56; andean do BETTER for yon th?n agents or commission merchants. References any bank in Write for weekly price list. A 33 E. Harts! SL 106ICTIUE, IT. Dealers In FURS, HUES, WOOL. Ixtt-isvill- e. Lexington, Kentucky M. SABEL &. SONS 1 t L - IJill . Page 8 ,,! f '' V j r- . W!3JVS: fj . 7 ." ;, C. v-S- '- -- r . ft'C .?- - The 'CeVftral R'ecord.Thursday April i 6, 9 1 .: 'i '- - St T Tv 1 4 'r ilia AMIOLMgDMffiSl Don't say no when you are not sure. But say I won't buy a Buggy until I have seen V. ACTUAL FACTS PRESENT ARGUMENTS YOU CANNOT GET AROUND. We often hear the remark that "Arnold sells a lot of Buggies because he advertises" and we usually have to smile when we hear this because advertising gets credit for so much. t P I $fv$ ARNOLD'S HEW PATENT DOUBLE REACH REINFORCED GEAR. Do you think for a minute this business of ours would be 10 years old, prosperous, well and favorably known all over this country if we did not have the right kind of construction at the right prices. and many other improvements on the 1914 Buggy. One thing we want to get into your system: HONEY SPENT FOR ARNOLD'S BUGGIES IS WELL SPENT. We solicit your business and extend an invitation to visit our factory, Monday, April 20th. We solicit a portion of your vehicle Trimming, Painting and Repairing. R. M. ARNOLD, DANVILLE, KY. calling upon the Federall Reserve Banking Organization Committee to give its reasons for choosing the twelve locations for the recently chosen ReMr. W. A. Price sold his handsome serve Banks. OOOO0 0tDB000000000000 jack, Tom Keene Jr.. to Mr-- Jones President T. H. Smith of Beaumont cue excin-U- Anderson, of Preachersville, for $600 .ipCa I.uiovt this heading la for College, formerly Daughters College uno ot our farmer subscribers, and Is for and. one of the most Mr. J. B. Woods, of Paint Lick, has Harrodsburg, mc Ale of tock. gram and such things on fafin ha larrnar cannot atTord to adver- a splendid work horse and a lot of 'Rye prominent educators in the South, died tise Nd notice "ill ie accepted over four in bundle, he will sell cheap. Write Sunday, in Harrodsburg of uraemic linen and will be only In 'ivo iasnea of the him. poisoning. He was seventy eightyears I rae of Charge kcoko, 00 year-old i .FARMER'S COLUMN mare mule. Jessie Barlow, R.F.D.No.3. Lancaster. COMBINED STALLION. HIGH f wi' OUR BE ST BH " 'H PBBBBBBBBBBBBBT FSPkpbEH St" 7"B 'dlnM9BKSBBH'"BBV .kiBK. t toya old. For pigs For I hale:-A- . 304) poupd sow with eight H. Sale:-lO0Q J. Tjnsley. General News. The baseball season was scheduled to open on Tuesday, but many games were postponed because of rain. At a. Local Option election held at Pembroke in Christian county the "Drys" won by a majority of Seventeen A movement is on foot in Lexington to organize a company for the costruc-tio- n of an interurban line between that city and Richmond. A poll of the delegates to the recent Baltimore convention taken by Senator Gore shows them to be for the repeal of free tolls 5 to 1. Willie Wilson a sixteen year old boy fell a distance of 300 feet from the top of Pinnacle mountain near Cumberland Gap and was killed. Colonel Theodore Roosevelt is expected to arrive in New York during the third week in May from a lengthy South American tour. John Howard Payne of Cold Springs representing State University, won the intercollegiate oratorical contest in Lexington last Friday. Town Marshal, Joseph Spivey shot and killed Frank Garrett, a carpenter at Irvine. Spivey and his deputy, Henry Denny were arrested, charged with murder. The strike of the Western Federation of Miners in the Michigan Copper district, which was inaugurated in July 1913 has been called off by a referendum vote of the strikers. A suit has been filed in Frankfort by County Attorney Batterton of Boyle county to test the right of County Attorneys to receive fees for the collection of Inheritance Tax. Evidence is said to have been found that Dorothy Arnold the New York heiress who mysteriously disappeared two years ago, died in a maternity hospital at Belleview. Robert E. Lee of North Carolina, a grand son ot the f amons Confederate General of the same name was dismissed from West Point because of deficiency in mathematics. The "American Party" has been in incorporated in New York, the avowed purpose of which is to bring about the nomination of the deposed governor William Sulzer, for governor. County Attorney, W. H. Wilson of Muhlenburg county has received a letter signed "Possum Hunters" threaten ing him with violence if he attempts to , prosecute any of their number. Miss Jessie Pat ton of Jackson, Ky., has sued Hannibal Hurst a wealthy business man, also of Jackson, for $30,000 for "breach of promise. Both parties are prominent in Eastern Kentucky. The Senate has passed a resolution Five men have been indicted in Den- Locust poata. W. Santjers, Judsqn, Ky. ver Col. charged with kidnaping and maltreating Rev. Otis L. Spurgeon a PRESTON. $12.50 HIGH PRESTON sired by Carroll Preston, 4383, he by Preston 922, by Washington 54, by Cronwell 73, by Wushington Denmark. Carroll Preston's 1st dam Baby Pence 7049, by Enoch Arden. 2nd dam Ladv Pence by Almont Forrest 2863, 3rd dam Daughter of Garrard Chief 2263, 4th dam Gray Eagle. HIGH PRESTON'S 1st dam was Queen Eagle, she by King Eagle 2556, he by Royal King 2555, he by Ontime 745, he by Stonewall Jackson 72. Royal King's lst dam, Mollie Mountz 2584. was by the noted sire Cabbells Lexington. F. S. King Eagle's 1st dam Hip 3579, she by Eagle Bird 1014, he by Old King Eagle 750, 2nd dam Red Lion, 3rd dam Harris Denmark 45, 4th dam by JimBell. HIGH PRESTON'S 2nd dam Lady Bird, she by Eagle Bird 1014, 3rd dam Mollie Drennon Bhe by Old Drennon, 4th dam Copper Bottom and runs back to old Davy Crockett 3236. -T- horoughbred. -- J. have forty barrels of old corn for sale J. W. Tatem, R. F. D. No. 1. Dr Hugh Reid, out on the Danville pike, sold 0 pound shoats at 8 cts. W. Walker has a good new Studeliaker wagon he will sell at a barMr minister of Des Moines, who went to Denver on a lecturing tour with the Bay Stallion 16 hands, star, left hind ankle white, line style and action avowed purpose of attacking thecatho He will make the season of 1914 at my barn at Hackley, Kentucky, at lie clergy charging them with immor ality. To Insure A Living Colt. Nourishing Drink. If you oversleep and the good man of the house does not have time to eat his breakfast, make him a generous cup of cofTee and add to It a beaten egg and plenty of cream. He can drink this In one minute and will scarcely miss his breakfast People often have egg drinks at soda fountains, but seldom think of preparing them at home. OFFER POSTIVELY THE BIGGEST. VALUE OF STANDARD PUBLICATION. J gain See him at once. good piilk cows with Morse Wheeler, For Sale;-Tw- o c.ilvei Fresh EVER OFFERED. Teatersville Ky. mule, James I. Hamilton has a good mare that is a fine worker and he wants to sell her had. Here's a bargain I LE THA N Record-on- e HAL year year y, mm $1.00 1.00 monthly have for sale Johnson county white wd corn J, E. Anderson, It. F. D.l. Lancaster, phone 324 A. Hudson & Hughes have White and Yellow seed corn that will make you money of B J Howemstine of Stanford bought it C Arnold, a stock dealer of Lincoln county, two registered gilts for.$25. History of Baseball. Also at the same time and place will While the origin of baseball is a disputed question, the first real game stand my fine Jack, on record was played at Hoboken, N. Y, the same year that Texas was taken into the Union. The Knickerbocker Baseball clift drew up the first real set of rules at that time. Organized baseball, however, is a development since the Civil war. The National league was not formed until 1875. C, Morgan $8.00 to Insure The Central The Weekly Enquirer-on- e Victoria Anderson, of near Mrs Pjreachersville has 30 acres of grass lir.-- i to rent for the remainder of year. barrels of corn, the For Sale: Kelly variety, suitable for selecting Henry Hurt. It. F. D. 1, seed corn Lancaster Ky. 103 a result of his experience, his opinion that worry kills more people than any Avoid Worry. An eminent physician has stated, as At a Living mi II1 h T Pence, of Stanford sold a five year old mule to W. L. McCarty for $130 and a two year old mule to J. B. Iloldman for SICK). acres, or less, of grass land for the year, to grar.e some short yearling cattle. Address tins office. 3t. 50 1 Jersey heifer and heifer calf and one aged brood and work mare. Good worker any where. Priced to sell. S. H. Aldridge, Hyattsville Ky. single known disease, and is acount-abl- e for much of the degeneracy of the present day. It ages more certainly than the hardest work, covering the face with the fretwork of unrest. But this will yield to force of will, a determination to fight against it constantly and strenuously. Lamb Waited Long for Success. Charles Lamb's discovery of his genius was as nearly accidental as might be. When he left school It was necessary for him to take a clerkship and support the family. He wrote Jokes for the papers and received for them the munificent sum of 12 cents apiece. Many experiments In authorship proved unsuccessful among them a farce which was hissed off the stage the first night. It was years of not until he. was forty-fiv- e age that the first "Essay of Ella" Horse Colt and $10.00 For Mare Colt. 1 li TiMX"wik'wl one year Farm and Fireside, Houshhold Journal and Floral Life, Poultry Husbanbry, monthly To-Day- 's Magazine, monthly " J .50 .25 .50 .50 , C. Morgan is a black Jack, with white points, 15 hands high, coming six years old and has proven himself a good breeder. C. Morgan by John Morgan, Jr., 3705, was sired by John Morgan, he by Marmadufcfe aid is out of an imported Jennet. John Morgan, Jr., out of Jennet by JoeBlAckburn, he by 3rd Prince, he by 2nd Prince, he by Imp Prince, 1st dam Darey by Dixie, she by Irvin Dixie by Kickapoo, 2nd dam Mollie Gray by Lord Wellington,, 3rd dam by Importer. Dam Beecher Jennet. A hen retained on all colts for service Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Regular value Our Special $3.75 Bargain Price For All, One Year Wanted To rent about J. F. Foley, Hackey, Ky. 'V ONLY $1.70 :; GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Gojwliere fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel ail thought of winter's discomfort. v We, consider this the biggest and best bargain we have ever been able to offer jbuK,' readers. Our own publication heads the list. The It. C. Arnold bought a bunch of 200 pound hogs from Will Boone, of the Somersat pike at 7i cts lb. Mr. Arnold sold to 0 P Huffman a cow weighing 1055 lbs at CJc. WINTER TOURIST FARES NOW AVAILABLE VIA J I. Hamilton informs us that two cattle strayed to his place near Mr. Cartersville a few weeks ago and owner caruget same b) proving ownership and wipayihg for this notice. Walton Mom has some of his premium It is the Boone seed corn for sale. County White variety and there is none better. ' He also has several hundred pounds of honey for sale. I have for sale about 1000 bundles of four- - sheaf oats, also a nice coming Woman Must Say "Obey." Church of England bishops recently, considered an amendment offered by the bishop of Lincoln to eliminate the use of the word "obey" by women fh the marriage service. The bishop of Winchester said: "I cannot help think ing it is a regrettable thing mat the word should continue. I cannot Bay that without saying that in an ideal marriage service 1 should desire to see some reference to the leadership" of the man in the home." And th the bishops avoided a decision by hav- ing the amendment withdrawn. other FIVE have millions of readers and are too well known to need a further introduction. This grafd offer is open to all old and new subscribers. If you are already a.$ubscriber to any of the above your subscription will be extended from date it expires. I INCLUDING FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA "LAND OF THE SKY." -- .TO.ALL RESORTS OF THE. SOUTH. LONQ-RETUR- Subscribe Now- - AND: .v To-da- y. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIMIT. ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVEPRIVILEGES. " EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED; v, v To$ details consult any Tidket Agent or write H. C..KING, Pawngcr and Ticket Agent. 101 East Main St, Lexington; Ky. . You musj. act quickly as our agreement with limited1. Call Jor mail all prdprs direct to tl-- publisher ? at. is y mv R The Central Record v