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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 18, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915021801_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 18, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $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 REUOJOS, UNI A RN18HED DEMOCRACY AND OOOD GOVERNMENT tWKNTT FIFTH TEAR. 'ft ' LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY 18. 1915. Please hand us that $ Trim your grape vines. Fruit growers. "Let us spray". COUNTY MUttBIR 49. 4W-- Keenkutter Cutlery & Edge Tools Pocket Knives, Scissors, Razors, Axes, Etc. Each and every one covered with the strongest Guarantee that can be put on them. Should one prove defective in the minutest point, it will be replaced without cost to you. Make our store your headquarters. COUItT pext Monday. Trey Of Hearta at Hex Theater nox Thursday night. LOSES FINGER. There is a counterfeit money order In William, the bright little 8 year old circulation, that it will take an expert son of Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, had the to tell from the real article, ao be very misfortune to cut off his finger while careful or you might haveone"shoved cutting corn for the chickens with a on you. butcher knife. The finger was amputated and he h reported as getting along nicely. MISS HIGGINS ABSENT. The people of Cincinnati have made plans to extend an extremely cordial welcome to those attending the I)e partment of Superintendence in that city next week, beginning Febv 22nd and continuing for six days Miss Jen nie Hlggins. our county superintendent will attend this meeting and will be absent from her office all of next week, COUNTERFEIT HONEY ORDER We Are For If you would enjoy "reel" tend the picture shows. parent-teache- life at DAILY MAIL TO NINA. Ileglnning last week, the mall route heretofore has been running every other day to Nina, has been made a dally route now, very much to th satisfaction of those good people In that locality. It makes a pretty hard dnve for "Whistler" who is always accomodat ing and gives the best there ia in him to see that the patrons of his route are given efficient service. which Club of the The Paint Lick School will meet Friday February 19. All patrons of the school are invited to come. We cordially Invite you to aee our line of goods at the exceptional prices We guarantee the. lowest offered. NEW FIRM. price goods and the highest price paid for country produce. Read our adver- - Mr. M. C. Turner, whose advertise tfltnent in this issue on page 8. ment appears in this issue of the D. White Marsee. Record, has just opened up a new stock of groceries and general merchandise, CATTLE SALES. Hughes Hudson in the store room recently vacated by Mr. J. E. Robinson sold twenty-on- e Mr. White Marsee. Mr. Turner solicits and best the patronage of his friends and says head of 1100 pound cattle to C. C. Clover, Timothy of and ne win give tne nignest market price Seal, of Cincinnati, lor 7J cents a Blue Grass Seed. for country produce. Read his an pound and same party bought of Hughes Bros., 23 head of 900 pound nouncement. a the largest 5 carry stock 5A Plush Robes are generous size, warm, long of wear, made in beautiful patterns and rich colors. Buy one for your own comfort, and ask for 5A when you buy. BUY A Wagon Harness and Plow Gear. ioium plush (TAILS CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS 31 E 3BC 3Z fi a Hearti, of Texarkana, Tex., last Tues I00D MORNING. HAVE day for $600. This is considered one Owing to the popularity of this pic- of the best jacks in the coun.y and it YOU BEEN VACCINATED? ture the Ilex management will be un- seems unfortunate tor the breeders of Seml-Annuable to secure it until Feb. 25. Instead mules that a good jack like this should The school children who had not been of it being shown on Saturday night it leave the state. He was shipped by vaccinated were sent home from school will be shown Ttursdey night, as quite express yesterday. Monday morning. This course is a number of the business people have taken as a precaution and may be the asked that this change be made in or- OLLIE JAMES HAS GROWN. means of not having to close the school from The Globe Tailoring Co, Cincinnati, der that they may see it, Saturday entirely. The White Home baby is a fine night being their busy night. healthy child, but did not overburden Makers of the celebrated "Needle-Molded- " IARRARD COUNTY TOBACCO the stork that brought him. His grandCAN YOU SAY IT? Clothes, on father, worried over the lack of avoir StiH Leads Brings Big Price Oi Once there was a boy who went to a dupois, consulted an old family friend. Dr. Blythe. circus and watching his chance, managDaatill Market. "He seems well and strong," aaid ed to crawl under the tent. After the Wo hope you will embrace this opportunity and aee That Garrard County has raised the show was over he went about saying it the president, "but he weighs only six best tobacco in the state was attain was no good. Every time we hear any- and a half pounds." tins unusual display, in full length drapes, of these newest I wouldn't worry about that, Mr. demonstrated on the Danville market one say their home paper Is no account Fabrics in their attractive colorings and weaves. Make "Look at last Monday, when the crop of Tom nine times out of ten we find that they President," was the reply be measured by a Globe expert order your selection, and are not on the list of paying subscribers, Ollie James. He weighed only four Broaddus brought an average of $19.45 taken for immediate or future delivery. from the ground up. This crop conor else owe for several years subscrip- pounds when he waa born." sisted of 3985 pounds and brought a tion and then we think of the boy who total of $749.45. Mr. A. W. King, one crawled under the circus tent. FIRE MARSHALL HERE. of the cleverest men that ever winked Mr. Edward M. White, assistant an eye at an auctioneer, aa well aa MEET ME AT THE LEXINGTON the Globe Expert In Charge, R H Swaffleld. AUTOMOBILE SHOW, FEBRUARY state fire marshal, was In the city last most liberal bayer on the Danville WE WILL TAKE A RIDE Friday Inspecting the water works sys- market, bought most of the Broaddus ir DC tem of the city and found the pressure crop, the highest basket, containing 31 IE IN THAT MITCHELL CAR. all that it should be and pronounced 335 pounds was knocked off to this the entire system good. Mr. White clever gentleman at 40 cents a pound. also inspected the school and feund Mr. King represents the well known there that adequate protection had firm of Liggett and Myers. been provided for the children to escape in case of fire and was very complimentary of the building as a whole. GIFTED IN THE ART OF He inspected the two picture show houses and found no complaint to lodge BURYING TOMAHAWKS. against either of them. The Republicans have just held a COURT DAY IN DANVILLE. banquet in Louisville the purpose of which ia to bring about a reconcilation "Little Uritian where the great or reuniting of factions. When ex white way gleams, and where many igencies oi tne occasion require it, or things occur that cannot be published the prospective distribution of pie In ON in its two good papers, was the scene of vites it, the Republicans can bury their a lively court day Monday. Quite a differences, and get together quicker good deal of stuck changed hands at than any party organized Bince the By reason of an order issued by the Banking Commissioner at jj fairly good prices. A representative establishment of governments. & of the Record was shown thru the The Democrats would do well to Frankfort Ky, to The Garrard Bank and Trust Co, of Lancaster, Ky 'iShop Perfect" which will be the emulate the example of their ancient and by reason of orders issued by the Comptroller of Currency at pride of Danvillians when it opens its enemy in the art of burying toma doors this week. in hawks, smoking pi;g of peace and re It is Washington D. C to The National Bank, and the Citizens National every detail, being built with an eye to conciling differences. Lions and lambs sanitary conditions. It is an honor to lie down together, tbo Bull Moose and Bank, of Lancaster, Ky., we the undersigned banks acting under these the town and the promoters should re the Elephant K"ze in the same field provided there is enough field to go & ceive liberal patronage. respective orders, will not be allowed to pay any check, order or note ANNOUNCEMENT al Mr. E. C. McWhorter. of Paint Lick TAKE OFF YOUR HAfKEG." sold a nice bunch silage fed cattle to Senator Ollie M. James has recently Hon. W. Ii. Mason, better known as Simon Well, of Lexington, for $7.35 to sent the Central Record a supply of be delivered as soon as quarantine Is flower seed which will be given the "Keg", was over from Lancaster yes of the Itecord upon application, terday, and aaid he had announced as lifted. These cattle will weigh about readers 1300 pounds. a candidate for Come at once thev are free. as circuit clerk of Garrard county. Mr. Mason has been in the clerk's office since th WILL PREACH AT LOSE HOME BY FIRE. memory of man runneth not to the Friends and relatives in this county contrary, and is considered the best METHODIST CHURCH. will be sorry to learn that the home of clerk in Kentucky. Danville Messen Dr. J. L. Clark. President of K. W, Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Eason, who live ger. . of Winchester, will fill the pulpit at near Ilandville, in Mercer county, was the Methodist church Sunday morning destroyed by fire last Saturday even SELLS FAMOUS JACK. and night. Bro. Pollitt is holding: a Ing. The loss will probably reach near 3,000, with no insurance. Mr. Mark Coins, of Marklbury, sold meeting at Jackson, Ky. his famous jack "Reid" to Dr. i. L. FLOWER SEED FREE. cattle at 6 cents. hii ILAHKIT luain ron touh worn rOH eH THC iracsT use STAILI compout Let Us Show You Our Line' of Harness. HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. You are especially invited to be present at Exhibition of Our "TREY OF HEARTS." 31 IE SPRING FABRICS AND FASHIONS READ BORROW -- READ GET OUT YOUR HIDDEN MONEY. FEB. 19th and 20th. ui HOE BEG THE REST Child-reu- s and corie to the great SHOE SALE. 2,000 pain of Mens, ladles and Shoes doing at cost an below. LOGAN, ANDERSON & TONLINSON irnr shoes $2.50, S5. shoes at $3.60, $2.50 shoes at $1 .75, $1.25 a Ml 06 cents. IT yo will esly coae you will find shoes that yo will bay, don't miss the bargains as shoes are getting higher every day. $3.50 G. M. LYONS LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. b4 11 IE 3C 3 OVERDRAFTS AND 'AFTER MORE MARCH 15, 1915. rj of any one unless he has the money on deposit to his credit sufficient to pay the same when presented. This will be enforced so far as possible from this date, and $ PROF. ?A around. MARTIN IN TOWN. STRICTLY ENFORCED ON AND AFTER MARCH 15, '15 as we will be obliged to obey these orders from the departments of the state and of the Comptroller of the Currency at Washington, D. C. We are giving this information to tell of our depositors, with the request that they bear the same in mind and govern themselves 'accordingly, to the end that we may both be spared any possible an- noyance resulting from overlooklag it. '; We will much appreciate your aid and in helping bring about this necessary change. Signed The field work ct the Eastern State Normal, of Richmond Ky, is well rep resented by Prof. Wm. Martin, who was In the city yesterday, preparatory to making a few addresses before the different schools of the county this week. Prof. Martin is a learned and entertaining speaker and a treat is in store for those who may be fottuaate f enough to hear him. He addressed the school Wednesday night on "Modern j Child Life". (Thursday) he & will speak at Bryantsville on "The Child and The Plant". Saturday night Wf he will speak at the Paint Lick school on "The Splendorof the Human Body." $ E. W. LILLARD COMMITS SUICIDE TAKES LIFE BY SHOOTING AT HIS HOME IN DANVILLE. Danville, ii I ZUDORA IN THE TWENTY MILLION Ky., Keby. $ MYSTERY. 17-- Col. E. W. g g The Garrard Bank and Trust Co., ' The National Bank, Citizens National Bank. A FRAME-UW LOOKS LIKE Quite a sensation waa sprung in the Zelma Young murder mystery at Danville Tuesday, when John Walker, the W chief witness declared that the whole affair was a "fiame-up- " on John Price another negro charged with the crime. Walker now saya that detective Morris agreed to give him $60, a new suit of clothes and a job In the detective service for life, if he would make certain statements on the witnesa stand. Walker now says he never saw Price before and burdened with the thought of wearing an innocent life away, he dren. could no longer refrain from telling the The family have the deepest iympa facts. Opinion ia still divided as to thy of this community in their dark which statement of Walker's ta correct. hour of sorrow. P. J Llllard was found dead in his room at his home on South Second street about 4 o'clock this afternoon. He was alone in the room and a pistol was found by his aide. The supposition is that he took his own life. He and his wife have been spending some time In Mercer county. Mrs. Lit- laid was in Meaner county when the tradegy occurred. Mr. Ullard drove ( Danville today to spend a short time and went to bia room at his home. A i who came, with him waited a Jong while when he went for him this afternoon. Deciding to go to his room his dead body was found. Mr. Llllard was seen upon the streets today and it waa noticed that be. ap peared to be very despondent. . He was abeart fifty years of ace and (a survived by bis wife and three- - chil cA Picture of Mystery and Romance aA Series of the most baffling detec- tive cases known which Zudora the girl of mystery has to solve. See her AT LANCASTER EACH OPERA HOUSE NIGHT FRIDAY Admission: 5 and 10 Cents Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Feb 18, 1915. continues to make the best sales on the Richmond Market. Here are some of the sales made between February 2nd and February 8th. D. F. Ross, THE - BIG $16.66 15.27 13.37 13.81 HOUSE. $222.70 497.61 - 1490 pounds Jim Best 2215 pounds Ira Cotton, 3185 pounds Cotton 1330 pounds Theo S. M. Turner 1815 pounds Gilbert Wilson 1330 pounds Murphy & Son 3370 pounds - $248.17 338.25 425.69 182.60 245.03 173.47 406.36 - - - - average average average average average average average S R A Tudor 1810 pounds J 1 $ 13.50 13.05 12.06 Hill & Cornelison 4230 pounds Barnes & Barnes IIIO pounds D W Jackson, 4505 pounds J A Ross 3485 pounds W W Bales 3480 pounds Gordon Burgin IIOO pounds 126.46 - - 482.61 358.04 364.98 129.60 - average $12.31 average 11.72 average 11.39 average 10.71 average 10.27 average 10.49 average 11.78 We are doing this for your friends every week. Let us do it for you this week. HI The Sure Growing Kind SE WELL DESERVED The Praise That Cones From Thankful People. LEAF INCORPORATED. WAR E CUMPAN KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Hamilton Valley. list Master John Bentley is on the sick rBuy Gold Medah QUICKLY CARTERSVILLE. Miss Effa May Dawson of Kirksville FOR HEAD COLDS OR ANY CATARRH ILL. Surely use Hyomei; it quickly clears the head, stops the disagreeable nanal discharges, soothes and heals the inflamed lining of the air passages you feel better at once. When vour nostrils are clogged, you suffer with dull headaches, or have that constant frog in the throat, Hyomei is the remedy that will give the quickest, moat effective and lasting relief possibo Sit goes right to the cause of the trouble and quickly ends your misery. You simply breathe Hyomei using he small Inhaler Hint comes with every complete PUBLIC SALE OF LAND. I will sell at the Court House door Ijtncaster, Ky, on We are having some nice weather Eat Yonr Fatorile Food and Nttcr Fear now. One kidney remedy has known merit. Mrs. W. Mrs. R. F. Parsons visited Lancaster people relv upon it. S. Parsons Saturday. Bar thm f ran your local u& That remedy is Doan's Kidney Pills. supply you. writ, oi direct. There is a wav for you to eat whatIf b. can't Mr. W. S. Parsons has moved to his LOUItVUXC SCCD CO. Lancaster testimony proves it reliable. ever your stomach craves. Many will farm near Cartersville. Main LeutovH, Ky. Inland Mrs. B. P." Walter, Hill St. Lancas say "How I wish I could but I have ter, Ky says: "I never fail to praise Mr. J. I. Hamilton of Lancaster was tried and every time it nearly kills me." out here last week on business. Doan's Kidney Pills when I have the The real trouble is that people who Miss Eva Singleton and Mr. Larkin suffer the untold agony of Indigestion opportunity, as they are certainly fine remedy. I have not been without Shelton were married last week. . do not realize that the stomach has a supply in the house for years. When Miss Pearl Parsons is visiting her a lot of work to perform in digesting ever my back becomes lame and pain cousin Mrs. Tom Hurt of Kirksville. the food and if crowded with extra iui, a tew uoses unrig me instant reMr. Robert Hammack visited his labor it rebels and kicks up a fearful disturbance. lief. At one time 1 feared that I had cousin Mr. Pettus Bentley last week. a simgle and inexpensive serious kidney trouble. The kidney Mr. and Mrs. James Holman are the prescription, easily obtained from K. secretions were unnatural and Rave guest of their-sp- n Holman. E. Mr. James Mcltoberts or any drug store, will ALLEN "37" S805 unmistakable evidence of disordered Jr. e DEALER In eth WE WANT a quickly and effectively stop this diskidneys. It was my good fortune to town In Southern Ohio, adjacent territory n W, Mr. Melvin Stinnett who has been on turbance or money refunded. Virginia, Souther Indiana ami entiro State of hear of Doan's Klndey Pills and I be It not the sick list is some better at this writ only increases the flow of digestive Kentucky to takt on our line of LEWIS, AXLE at nd MLTZ automobile Our cart SELL rood. gan using them. In a short time my ing. MONEY, Mtiify the ownrrt, and you tnake from kidneys were normal." juices, but surely and safely builds up Mr. Zack Brock and Miss Anna Davis and strengthens $Ti up; alio one at 1495. Tbia li a food chine the stomach walls so Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't simfor an titablUhed Auto Dealer to tike on loped to Jellico last week and Mt line of popular can. or for that what you eat is cared for as with a little money and backing to get ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doans married. nature intended. Into a first cliea money. mi king1 busideta. Writ Kidney Pill the same that Mrs. Wal-te- r Miss Lavernia Montgomery was the nuirk tnr nartirulars to the Factory Re rr rat ta It's needless for you to suffer with in Foster-Milbur- n H-JE. had. Co., Props., guest of her sister Mrs, J. H. Hamil il rr-- K EN TON MOTORS COMPANY, digestion, heartburn, biliousness, sour, Moth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Buffalo, N. Y. ton last week. neia SEEDS Lancaster dr. Dealers Wanted ENDS INDIGESTION is visiting relatives at this place. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Estridge are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy. Rev. R. B. Baird filled his regular appointment at the M. E. Church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dawson were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hoop Sunday. f Mr. W. S. Parson has moved to the property which he bought from Mr. Marian Wells. Mr. William McQuerrv who has been visiting his uncle Felix I'enington has returned home. Miss Myrtle Redwine of Berea College spent Saturday and Sunday with , her Home lolKs. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Carter and family were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carter Sunday Miss Susie Davis has returned home s Mr. from visiting ber and Mrs. John Davis. grand-parent- in MONDAY. (County Court day) FEB. 22nd. outfit Recognized You Cough Adalaes. TEATERSVILLE Hiss Maud Hindrex spent last week with Mr. and Mrs, Jeff Pendleton. Miss Leano East is visiting her sister Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mobley in Madison. Mrs. Smith Hurt who has been suf fering with typhoid fever is improving. Little Miss Zilla Mae Hume is out again after two weeks illness of pneu monia. Mrs. Amelia Irvin and little daughter are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Simpson. Several of our young folks attended the party given Dy Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Pendleton, Thursday night Master Carl Hume was very success ful this week in catching three hawks and two house cats in his steel traps. If all the little boys were like Carl the hawks would be scarce. Misses Annie and Linda Sanders, Ublan and Virless Bogie, Irene Bolton, Oma and Lillian Compton were the attractive guests of Misses Iva Pearl and Allie B. Hume Saturday night and Sunday. "Tie Best Laxative I Know Of. Mr. Audie Robinson has returned home from Berea where he has been V t l.a X .T 7 IPOPOtTV R MECHANICS For Father and Son visiting relatives. Miss Eva Dyehouse has returned home from Crab Orchard where she has been attending school. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Underwood visited Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stinnett Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Emily Kinnard visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Miller of Kirksville Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Underwood of Marksbury visited their sons Messrs Marion and Wm Underwood last week. YOUR HAIR NEEDS PARISIAN SAGE. If your hair is full of dandruff, thin, streaky, dull and never will do up to look pretty, you can almost immediately remove the cause making it beautiful, thick and fluffy by the use of Parisian Sage, one of the most helpful and in vigorating hair and scalp tonics known. Parision Sage not only saves your hair but furnishes the nourishment needed to make it grow long, abundant, and radiant with life. Just one application removes every trace of dandruff and stops scalp itch your hair becomes soft and fluffy with an incomparable gloss, beauty and charm. You cannot be disappointed with this harmless and delicately perfumed tonic, and it costs but a trifle at R. E. MAGAZINE AND ALL THE FAMILY Two and a half million readers find it of absorbing interest Everything in it is Written So You Can UndtnUnd It We mH 400.000 copies every month without trrina prenuuma arid have no solicitor. Any newadealer will thow you copy ; or write the publisher for tree sample a portal will do, flJSO A YEAR 15c A COPY Popular Mechanics Magazine IN MklMan Ay., CHICAGO ''I have sold Chamberlain's Tablets for several years. People who have used them will take nothing else. I can recommend them to my customers as the best laxative and cure for constipation that I know of," writes Frank Strouse. Fruitland, Ipwa. For sale by all dealers. l.m 3rd. christened "George McWilliams". salad course was served, Van Kceton who sold his farm to Mr. Hiram Ray, Bold to Davidson & Doty of Lancaster, one cow at $4.75 Sanders and Rogers recently purchased per hundied and one heifer at $6. per the farm of James White. J. William Swope of Lancaster wfc hundred. Mr. Joe Simpson died at his home in has been visiting B. W. Givens, Jr., Stuart Okla, Feb' 4th, 1915. He would left Monday for Lexington. Mrs. (J. A. Swinebroad who was have been C4 years of age had he lived until the 11th day of May. Mr. Simp- threatened with pneumonia, is better son was born and reared near Buckeve, her friends will be glad to hear. Garrard County, but removed to Okla., Misses Mary D. Kennedy of Stanford, eight years ago, where he has since Mabel Gum of Lexington. Lucinda and resided. From his early youth he was Elizabeth Lutes and Cor Nunnelley of member of the Baptist church. His Turnersville, and Mr. J. B. Fisher of wife preceded him to the grave eleven Lexington have been visiting Mr. and years ago. Mrs. H. D. Frye. will find that Chamberlain's gassy or upset stomarhe, for Remedy has recognized ad tablets surely give prompt and lasting vantages over most medicines in use relief and perfectly harmless. for coughs and colds. It does not sup press a cough but loosens and relieves BUCKEYE It It aids expectoration and opens the secreations, which enables the system Dr. W. E. McWilliams is verv sick to throw off a cold. I. counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneuat his home in Buckeye. monia. It contains no opium or other Mrs. Walter East who has been sick narcotic, and may be given to a child several weeks is improving. as confidently as to an adult For sal Miss Athess Noel is visiting her sis by all dealers. ter, Mrs, Ollie Bogie at Bryantsville. Mrs. Melia Bogie is in Mercer Co., at HUBBLE the bedside of her sister Mrs. Liza Waller W. Owsley is visitingStephen Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitaker of A. Walker at Hustonville. Miss Frances Cook, of Montieello has Nina visited Mr. and Mrs. R. W. San veen visiting Miss Nannie Sloan. ders Sunday. John S. Blanks who has been confined Messrs. Smiley Hill and Fred Harvey of Berea spent Saturday and Sunday to his room for some time is able to be out. with Mr. and Mro. T. O. Hill. Mrs. Harry D. Frve entertained at Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kurtz are re Rook Friday evening, a delightful joicing over the a son arrival of Feb. Hyomei immediately reaches all the raw and inflamed tissues lining the nose and throat driving out the poison GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. our secretions and healing the sore spots dull headaches vanish you breathe James Temple's Administrator, freely. Even the worst eases respond Plaintiff, vs quickly. Notice It isimposlble to use Hyomei Alice Temple, et al. and not be immediately benefited. Defendants. Hyomei can be had from R. E. Mc Notice is hereby given that the unRoberts, and is very inexpensive. dersigned Commissioner will sit in his office in Lancaster, Ky., beginning February 15, 1915. and continuing from McCREARY day to day until February 20, 1915, to hear proof upon and receive claims Mrs. Rclinda Hill is very sick. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hill visited In against the tatate of James Temple decraied. All persons having claims Lancaster Sunday. will present the same properly proven Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton were re at the time and place mentioned above. visitors in Lancaster. cent Witness mv hand, this January 27, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Simpson have 1915. turned home from Iexington. W. H. Brown, Mrs. Jennie Broaddus is with her Ma.ter Commisssioner GarrardCircuit daughter Mrs. J. S Gilbert. Court. Mr Creed Simpson of Richmond was a visitor of home folks recently. Rooms For Rent. Mr. J. II. Broaddus was with his We have two nice rooms for rent In parents Mr. and Mrs. Bob Broaddus. the Central Record building, suitable Mr. Baseom Brown and bride were for offices. Apply at this office. tf. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Brown. Miss Virginia Bourne has been in Stanford visiting her sister Mrs. W. K. Warner, Mr. A. D. Bradahaw and fair bride are visiting the grooms parents Mr. and Mrs. T. W' Bradahaw. at 11 o'clock a. m. to the highest bidder my farm of 113 acres, located in Garrrrd County Ky, on Drakes creek and near the Fall Lick pike and adjoining the lands of Geo. Brown and others. This Is the farm where I now live and I will show the farm to any desiring to look at before day of sale. Possession given within 30 days from date of sale. TERMS made known on day of sale. J. P. Ballard. RAT CORN Cold And Croup In Children. Many people rely upon Chamberlain's Cough remedy implicity in cases of colds and croup, and it never disap points them. Mrs. E. II. Thomar, (BaEcVaat Tpr KILLS RatsadMice ViaWftam Logansport Ind., writes: "I have found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to be the best medicine for colds and croup I have ever used, and cover tire of recommending it to my neighbors and friends. I have always given it to my children when suffering from croup, and it has never failed to give them prompt relief." For sale by all dealers It Mummifies Them. Harmless to human beings or live stock. Rid your place of these pest without smell or danger. Order a can today. Prices 50c and $1.00 ran, 6 pound pall $5.00. Postage paid. Rat Corn is guaranteed to do all we say W. B. NELSON, Lexicon, Ky. Registered Hereford Bull SEASON 1915. Service $2.00 Cash. Two miles from Lancaster on the Richmond pike. TO R. E. HENRY. Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse STANFORD Are You a Woman? STREET. nCardtii Tin Woman's Tonic FN SALE AT ALL MNMISTS C. A. Speith Co., Managers No Commission Charged. We;Pay;Highest Market Prices. Unload The Same Day. Reccrru, Thursday Feb 18 1915. Page 3 ! We .Closed The Year 1914 With Business In Force Amounting1 Tolto Than s R I II 1 I I I I AN INCREASE OF BUSINESS IN FORCE OVER LAST YEAR OF OVER ww CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, President. LEXINGTON, XY. i I W. H. GREGORY, RaianaRaraeaRaRaKiRaKaiEsm THE STORY OF A GRANDKa CARDS.J, i JAMES D. BLACK IS CANDIDATE FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNORSHIP t KafonrinUnchinitnn ivruui yuiiuonuiiiiuii Ka fa Ity AlilliL'K FATHER'S CLOCK. "Should nuld acquaintance be forgot, nnd never brought to mind, Should nuld acquaintance be forgot and days of 'lang syne?" If from the dim and shadowy past n hand should reach out in supplication, a voice should would vou turn, would you-aor would you lovingly, gently, link your arm in his and together pass down the corriders of time? To day there has come to us from out the time that is hoary with tradi tions of chivalry ar.d that courage born of the gods, throbbing, pulsating with the joy of being, with youth renewed, and firmly planted on the threshold of Clock. a new Relentless time in its swift march has left no withering marks, nor bent his tall and stately form, for are vou not, dear relic of an honored past time itself, and do you not go on "Forever-never, Never-forever- tej Dr. J. S. GILBERT. OFFICK CKNTRAL RECORD HUIl.WNG. Itesidenci Phone 41 Ollice Phone K I.ANCASTKIt, KV. J. 11URDICK Z K3 I H Ka Copyright. 1315, H, tr American Press fca Association. 1 HERE IS OUR OFFER TO YOU. PP LI 1WIEN live in deeds. For good 1V1 or ill Their acts survive, and not until Time is no more can it be said. "The man is dead." A Carefully Selected list of Leading Periodicals Especially Prepared for Readers of The Central Record. Ii. W. Marrow, Graduate Optician UIkki riltnt, KatliUcllou I 1VED lultatr4 and THE NEW '"JaNaNrTm. Opposite Post Office. Barber Shop Bath In Connection. one who Freedom's standard raised-Liv- ed, lought and passed; was blamed and praised; Was crowned a hero in his day. Then passed away. from oppression freed. By him torn from a tyrant's greed. Became a nation; lived and thrived Because he itrived. The Central Record - 1 year. A PEOPLE J. E. Seale.Prop He tells the story of the old colouial mansion with its powder pulled dames and their silk stockined beaux gaily tripping the miuet to the time measured olT by the happy fiddler and Grandfather's Clock with his note of warn-in- g and admonition and vet of mirth and cheer as he calls out "Forever-never- Cincinnati Weekly Enquie 1 yr. Boys Magazine, monthly 1 year. Farm and Fireside 1 year. Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. '"THE , Never-forever- heart that for his people's woes to oppose their " Found courage John M. McRoberts. H. foes Still pulsates in the nation's breast His grand behest When the elder son brought home his beautiful blushing bride the old hall with its outstretched arms first received them and the cheery "Tick-tock- " of Grandfather's Clock spoke Its note of welcome as there they were to live "Forever-neve- r Never-foreve- Todays Magazine, monthly 1 yr. Poultry Pointers, monthly 1 year Our special bargain price for all six, one year Clay Attorney-At-La- Kauffman, w Otliccs on Danville Street over Post Office. Offlce Phono 34. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Liok. DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. BUCKEYE, KY. Phone 387-Prompt Service day ami night. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Otllce Over National llnnk. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 I.ANCASTKII, KY. Phone 229. J H to ,.m... ii ,mr ",m')Uo4-7to9- Mack, of Darboiirvlllc. Knox County, has Issued the following James statement announcing his csndlilaoy for the Democratic Domination for Lieutenant Governor In the Primary Klectlon, August 7. 1916. Democrats of Kentucky . liecugnlilng. In the fullest sense, your rlglt to be bold Is August, 1915. those whom lo choose at the Primary Kln-llonyou prefer to be the candidate of the party to be voted for at the general election In neit November. 1 am a candidate, subject to your will to be expressed at said Primary Klectlon, for the nomination for Lieutenant Governor on the Democratic ticket. 1 am Induced, In a measure, to make this announcement by a desire of my oon to serve the people of our splendid State In the capacity of Ueuteuant Governor, and also. In a measure, by suggestions of a few Individuals whose personal and political friendship ta real and In whose My past fealty to the DemoJudgment I have and ought to have confidence. cratic party may be accepted by you, 1 confidently trust, as a sufficient guaranty that 1 shall, whether nominated or not, give to the ticket )ou may name and the principles for which our party stands, verr faithful support, for that course has been my habit at all times since reaching legal age. If nominated and elected Lieutenant (lovernor, 1 promise you and the people of Kentucky to bring to the dlschargo of the duties of the offlco the very best service of which I may bo capable. Whether or not 1 1 am equipped to properly submit that to your Judgdischarge thoso duties, it Is not for me to say. ment and decision. I believe In a Just and wise economy In public as well as In private business, and cordially agree that no one ahould be entrusted with responsible office who Is not able and willing to perform his whole duty tu the public whose Interests he asks to be commissioned to serve. 1 believe those on whom the Constitution places the duty and responsibility of legislation for the people of the State uught to Industriously employ the time the (leneral Assembly may bo In session, to needed legislation, complete that a quickly as a proper regard for tliu best Interests of the State will permit, and then adjourn, diligently avoiding every unnecessary expense to the people. I have no doubt that those who have to do In an official way with the money of tho community, or charged with the administration of public affairs, ought to act In relation to such, according to that high standard which the most prudent, careful. Just and Intelligent exercise In the conduct of their private business. If elected Lieutenant (lovernor, that standard shall beI my guide In the labor tho law assigns to me. In submitting my candidacy, Invite the scrutiny of the people of Kentucky as to my fitness for the prefer-men- t Very respectfully, thus sought. JAMS D. BLACK. Darbourvllle, Ky, December 28. 19H. I). pREAT Washington! passing year And when the sturdy youngsters came on, one by one, they grew to know his But makes thy memory more dear; friendly face and they fell asleep in to the drowsy tune of Each year but adds unto thy fame. h!s old time voice, and in youths bright Exalts thy name. This astonishing offer is limited and may be withdrawn at any morning his was a clarion call to duty. But not alone did he know peace and time without further notice. We therefore advise you to take advandeeds live on, and in love. When grim war stalked like a tage of it, as you may never again have such an opportunity wherein demon over our fair land seeking whom them you. so and ruthless you can get so much valuable and interesting reading matter for it might Your hand still guides. A purpose enemies with brass buttons, swords, little money. This is positively one of the biggest and best combinaYou get all your home and bayonets entered unbidden the old tion bargaitis ever presented to the public. true mansion and all before them fled in news, a high class national weekly newspaper, the very best juvenile The nation's heart inspires. Lead fear and consternation.alone did Grandmagazine, the world famous national farm magazine, a leading and inon, father's Clock, straight and gaunt-stan- d guard and to fluential womans magazine, and a leading poultry monthly. This is like a sentinel on Brave Washington I every the command of surrender hurl back in really a home group, appealing, instructive and interesting to member of your family. Remember this offer is good for a short time WASHINGTON UNDER CARPET. tones delimit Each ONLY $1.75 subscriptions may be new or renewal. If renewal your time extended. Now-TO-D- AY. VOUR devour, "Forever-neve- r Owner Had to Hide Portrait to Save It will be The old muster, broken in spirit, From Soldiers. One of the best Washington portraits bereft of friends and loved ones, sits In existence, the t'ruyu portrait, la to- by the dying embers of his fireside but tally unknown to the great majority ot not alone. Out of the deep silence of the American public, since no repro- the night the friendly voice summons duction of It has ever been made, but back in dreams the companion of his It was exhibited In New York for a better days and abort time In tho Van Cortlandt man"With a cheny smile and a wave of sion. 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This Mr. Washington Ured near Fal- He wanders into the unknown land" while from out the shadows, like h requim over his departed dust, is heard the hand tJe CENTRAL RECORD. again Oh "Forever-never- , Never-foreve- Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office Grandfather's Clock-wh- at tragedies-wh- at joy and sorrow-wha- t weal and woe your silent face haj' witnessed! And we wonder as you proudly stand in your new and satiny garment do you care to take up life again, will you be as true to us as you were to them, will you as zealously guard our secrets as vou do theirs! And he answers back "Forever-neve- r, Never-forever- WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO FLORIDA-CUBA-NE- W ORLEANS AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. PRIVILEGES. FAVORABLE STOP-OVE- R Evening Post, daily for one year at Home and Farm, for one year. Lancaster. 24 Page War Atlas and Victor Bogaert Co, Manufacturing The Central Record one year Jewelers&lmporters at the cut price of $3.50 for all. St. Rainey'a Livery Stable. -- Kentucky Leading 133-13- 5 West Main -- Lexington, : Kentucky. New York, Brussels, Uelguim. This offer Is only good for the month of February. mouth, on the north side of the Rappahannock, and the portrait occupied a prominent place on bis walls until the civil war. Then bis homestead was suddenly tilled with Onion troops. To save the portrait Its owner hastily ripped It from the frame and placed It underneath the carpet In one of the bedrooms. As luck would have It, General Uancock chose to occupy that room during bis stay la Falmouth and tramped unwittingly hack and forth over the Father of Ills Country. But the portrait was well protected by the carpet and Is In One condition. After the war was over it was hard lines for the Bteptoo Washington, and s. they sold the portrait with other The purchaser of the picture was John V. I Pruyn of Albany, N. T. heir-loom- EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED For Particulars Apply to Any Ticket Agent or Address H. C. KING, 101 POSTED The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever sa we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of fr law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. li. L. Elkln Ed & N U Price Mrs. Rebecca J. West. W. II. Cook. James G. Conn, II. C. Arnold. We will add other names for 25 cents Pass'r and Ticket Agent East Main St., Lexington, Ky. SUBSCRIBE FOR The Cental Record. i cash. Page 4 'i ' The Central Record, Thursday FeSTsP I Economy is not scrimping ones food or cutting down your bill of fare, but going where you can get the most Groceries for the smallest amount of money. Two Large Stocks Of FANCY and STAPLE Having moved my business and stock of MERCHANDISE from Depot street into the building with the stock of Groceries purchased of Mrs Hattie Ward, we invite you to bring or phone your orders which will receive prompt attention and fair treatment. Until this stock is reduced to normal, our Merchandise is at your disposal. Read the evidence. VERY Alaska Salmon 3 lb hand packed 3 lb can Sour Kraut TOP tomatoes..... PRICES 9 cents per can. 8 cents per can. 8 cents per can 8 cents per can. now 14 14 PAID FOR COUNTRY Mens 35c belts Mens 15c collars Mens 5"c ties Mens 25c ties Mens Paris PRODUCE. 18c !)c 3 lb size Scott Pork and Beans ........... California Apricots, worth 20cts Lemon Cling California table peaches Lenox Soap Clean cents. cents. 4 now 3 cents. Easy Soap cents cents lb. 36 Arm and Hammer soda Old Style Capitol Match Evaporated Peaches Knro Syrup per gallon Prunes, per pound, Hines' 30 cent coffee, now Hines' 25 cent coffee, now.. A good 15 cent Coffee, per pound Heavy weight oysters Stick candy Grocers mixed candy Chocolate drop candy 5 dozen 25c Brooms, each 3 dozen One 10 , 3 cents. 4 I have the Agency for a line of tailor made clothing at $9.99 per suit as good as can be bought for $15.00 to $18.00. 33c , 19c 2'V fic supporters... ......'.... . Mens 10c supporters Safety pins Brass pins Gold plated collar buttons. 5c shoe strings per pair I 3c 3c 3c 2c 8c Ti cents . cts 8 cts 24 cts 19 12 cts cts 8 cts 7'A cts 754 12 cts cts I also have the Agency for The King Pin Clothing which is considered one of the best out. have my spring garden seeds Bulk and Package ready for sale. I Lamp wicks per vnnl Envelopes per package 50c overalls -- ........ ...... , 3c jOc 20c qc oc 5c boys overalls Work shirts 50c Laundred shirts 51.00 Laundred shirts g5c 35c ) International Stock Food 50c size 25c size Argo starch WELCHES GRAPE JUICE ij .jc 20 cts 30 cts 35 cts 40; Brooms, each 5ic size 39c H'c size 8c $3 50 2 25 3 dozen 45 cent Brooms; each V i Raincoats sold for $1.50 now large assortment of Granite ware ranging from These goods are A large supply of tinware of all kinds at a reduction. Shaving brushes, hair pins, buttons, combs, needles, shaving soap, Perfumery, and Diamond Brand Gum Coots worth $.1.00 now cents to 5100, goes at actual cost. Bargains, barrel table glasses worth 25 certs, now selling at 18 cents set. A large supply of lamps of all kinds, to be disposed of at 10 to 35 cents reduction. 3 sets of cut glass tumblers at 5 cents off. 5 sets of best grade of china plates at a Bargain. 8 cts 10c work sox, per pair 1 Knives Forks, Spoons and etc nt cost. -' barrels John Miller pure tipple cider vinigar. No. 1 lamp chimney No. 2 lamp chimney No. J . . . 2L'c gal. .)u jc iu flc etc cheap. A large lot of Christmas dolls, wagons, and toys of all kind must be sold. lamp burner burner No 2 lamp 1 dozen pair ladies slippers worth 51.50 new , 50c 0e flc .jL. 25c size talcum powder g 10c Black and Ton sox at 25c Lisle Sox at $1.00 Overalls at 8 cts Shoe Soles A large supply-goincheap. 10c size talcum powder 5c size talcum powder plugs of any tobacco B-- , 20 cts 85 cts 25c . plugs of any tobacco ... 25c u I will have every day a fresh lot of VEGETABLES and FRUITS which I will sell very close. These are CASH PRICES. Every article absolutely Guaranteed to be as represnted or Money Refunded BRING IN YOUR PRODUCE AND SUPPLY YOUR HOME WITH GROCERIES, ETC., WHILE THE BIG SALE IS ON. D. WHITE MARSEE, m- - he Central Record, Thursday Feb 1 18, 1915 Chas Dinner, Vlce-Pres. VlTiJVt4 To The Send Your Tobacco Page 5 L. M. Land. iNTQMnONAL SUNMfS(M Lesson (tly O. 8r.Lt.KIlS. Acting Dtrtctor of Hunday School Course Moody Dlblc In K. R. L. Stivers, Pres. Treas. J. W. Rodes, Mtfr. FARMERS HOI TOBACC THE tltule. Clilraito.) LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 21 Independant Tobacco Warehouse Company. Lexington, Kentucky. IMHTSE THE DEATH OF ELI AND HIS SONS. 11 LH880.V TKXT- -I Samuel OOI.DKN TKXT-I- le of the. re word, and not hearers only, drludlns your i selves. James 1:8 II. V. t'r INCOItrOllATED "INDEPENDENT" Owned and Controlled By FARMERS. Courteous Treatment, SQUARE DEAL, and Prompt Returns. High and dry box stalls for your teams. Look for the big hand at Virginia ave., as you come in. Your business will be appreciated. Farmers lone Tobacco Warehouse Co. Warehouse on Virginia Avenue, between Broadway and Limestone, LEXINGTON, KY. I Highest Prices PAID AT New The Philistines in the days of Ell overran Israel pretty much at will. All Israel, God' people, soon knew that God was speaking through this sew prophet I. No Help at Ebsnszer, vv. 1, 2. was that place where Samuel later set up the stones of commemoration (I Samuel 7:12). Here the aggressive Philistines overcame and put to rout the Israelites. Israel had sinned and needed correction (chapter Pa. 106:40, 41). When God's peo7:3; ple neglect him they weaken themselves and easily become the prey of their enemies, full often the church of today stand defeated and disgraced, nay eveu turns Ha back to the enemy, because It harbors sin and sinners In Us rank (Josh. 7:12). II. Seeking Help, vv. If Israel really desired to know the cause of their discomfiture they did not need to go far to seek It The trouble was that thsy were not willing to see and own It (I. Cor. 11:11). The reasoning upon the part of these elders seems to be, "Why have we, Israelites, been smitten by these Philistines who are not God's chosen people?" It was absurd and unjust for them to have to suffer. We hear this samo sort of reasoning today, whereas God would have us probe deeper and search our hearts, for If we regard Iniquity In our hearts the Lord will not hear us. At Shlloh, Ell Is caring for the ark. and with the fatalism and superstition that will govern the ungodly, Israel sends for It "that It may save us" (v. 3). The ark contained the tables of the law and was the symbol of the piesence of God (Ex. 25:10-22)- . Their trust was In the ark and cot In the God of the ark. Such la ever the danger of formalism In religion. To carry the ark about Jericho trusting In Jehovah, was quite different from harboring the sons of Ell, yet thinking that God could not let the ark be captured. The churches of our land are the saving salt, but "If the salt hath lost Its savour," If Hophnl and Phlnehaa bear the ark, nothing but defeat and disgrace can be expected, though the enemy may tremble (v. 8). The Philistines were strong enough to smite because of the weakness of Israel. They recognized the shouts and remembered the mighty deeds of Jehovah, which exploits would have been repeated had Israel truly turned to God. There was good reason for the Philistines to fear. Hut God waa Bot on the side of Israel at that time. The Philistine began to exhort Their call (v. 9) was a good one and wa used later by Paul (1 Cor. 16:13). For them not to do anything was to be captured by their former slaves. It they fought, they could but them-sslve- s. For The Sale Of Loose Leaf Tobacco. FREE OF ANY TRUST. Intersection South Lime and Upper Streets. Phone 1910. Capaclly 750,000 lbs. II. L. Stivers, 300 Loaded Wagons. .1. V. Kodes, DIRECTORS. Chas Conner, L. M. Land, W. F. Land, Luther Stivers. This house as usual leads all others. We sold on February 1st, 389.825 pounds for an average of 59.63 per hundred. During the week ending February 21 h. we sold ,046,3 10 pounds, this being over a quarter of the total sales for this market. Don't you think you had better come to the Independent with the rest of the crowd, where you will find a crowd and men who know how to sell Tobacco. Mr Pat Sutton and Luther Rainey of your county are our representatives, so call them up and find out about the market. I 1 ! Independent Tobacco Warehouse Co. Lexington, Kentucky. No "Thedford's to the Will Biack-Drauf- M W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Office Phone 18. RIGNEY. Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Lexington is the place to sell your tobacco, where you get strong competition, and if you want the best prices for your Tobacco, sell at the Shelburne New SHELBURNE Warehouse where you get the best light to show it, and where the parties running the sales are Interested In getting you the highest prices. On their last sale at their No 1 warehouse the highest price was $37.00, and the highest average for a crop of 2,170 pounds was $22.28. This crop came in a carload from Owen County and sold as follows: Two hundred and ten pounds, 155 pounds. $33; 140 $37, pounds, pounds, $28; 315 $22; 200 190 170 185 50; 280 pounds' $14.75; 300 pounds $14.. 75; 380 pounds, $15; 203 pounds, $13.75: 165 pounds, $13; 295 pounds. pounds, $25; 185 11.25; "270 $3.40; 220 pounds. $18.76; 205 pounds, $18.50; pounds. $17; 145 pounds. $19.25; pounds, $10,75; 70 pounds, pounds, $13.50. $13.25; $22.28. pounds. $10.25: 80 pounds, Aversit. & Ike I'srrish Mason, Wocdford-2- C0 pounds, $19.50; 200 pounds, $19; 370 pounds. $17,75; 315 pounds, $17.70; 260 pounds, $17.75. 210 pounds pounds, $10.. pounds, $19.60; 170 pounds, $18.75; 285 pounds, $17; 240 pounds, $17; 335 pounds, $17.25; 170 pounds, $16; 125 pounds, $14.75; 280 pounds, $14.76; 200 pounds. $13.25; 295 pounds. $15.75; 355 pounds, $9.75; 225 povnds, $11; 375 pounds. $8.. 76; 6,276 pounds sold for $949.69, an average of $15.15. Good tobacco continues to sell at good prices, but the common dark stuff seems to be getting lower. slain as a punishment for their sins and In fnllfltlmsnt of the word of God (chapter 2:12; 3:13, 14). Their punishment came In connection with the same holy service they had defiled. IV. Th Death of Ell, w. The aged Ell, now ninety-eigh- t years old, was anxiously awaiting newa of the battle, "for his heart trembled for the ark of God." This anxiety was Quite unnecessary (v. 13). God can take care of his ark. Ell had reason, however, to tremble for Israel and hla wicked sons. He Is an Illustration of those Indulgent parents who refuse to use discipline la the care of their children. The ark did not return to Shlloh. After Its various vicissitudes It found an abiding place In the housn of whose son Eleazar was sanctified to take charge of It. Later It was taken to Jerusalem, and in the meantime Shlloh passed Into oblivion. The Golden Text. That we learn to do by doing Is a fundamental principle In pedagogy. Mere human words do not chango character. Youth does not acquire purity of character by listening to beautiful statement about the virtues. Religion Is not a last resource. It must be practiced In youth If it Is to give strength, courage and comfort In old age. It is not a matter of creed and formula but a life; it Is not a convenience but a course of action that govern all of lite. It is not the turning in life's testing ( limes, to loose tonus jrom which an life has departed. Parents today seem to be lax In discipline. Too otten it Is the child that brings up the parent We need to accustom the child to virtue and obedience, to teach him truth while at tho knee, that when "he is old he may not depart" therefrom. While some children of good parents go astray yet thU 1 not the rule. A true Christian atmosphere and spirit ot service In the home, the Sunday school and the church are the greatest possible sAfaguards for the young. 12-1Abln-ada- die. III. The Lest Battle, w. 10-1God would not succor his chosen people, nor defend the symbols of religion when the spirit and heart of that had departed (Pa. 78:56-64)- . The two reprobate sons of Ell were best medicine Director and lever uatd." write "I suffered terribly with J. A. Uvtr SteebBM, of Pittoo viae, Tern. trouble, and could get no relief. The doctors said I bad consumption. 1 could not work at all. Finally I tried THEDFOHD'S SPECIAL and OFFER Dally Louisville Herald aad to my surprise, I got better, and am at well as any man." Thedlord'i Black-Draug- ht to-d- The Central Record BY MAIL FOR ONE YEAR AT is a general, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that baa been regulating Irregularities of the liver, stomach and bowels, for over 70 years. Oct a package today. Insist on the E-genuine Thedford's. 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In doing this he antagonized HAD some of the newspapers who were for Mr. fleckeam, and they have rushed NOT WALKED nvJl A SURE WINNER. there are lobbyists md Cnlrrril it the I'oil Office tu Ijintnirr, Ky., at Frankfort; if Walks Without Aid. covert and cunning emissaries of every a HreondClm Mull Milter. favor-neckinand Interest Member Kentucky Press Association at the Slate Capital, as Stanley says Thousands continue to see and hear nd there are: if it is possible to vote all Dr, Andes who has taken the whole Eighth District Publishers League. kinds of vegetation and buy votes in southland as by storm. His health discriminate, isn't it time that the talks are commented on by every paper Lancaster, Ky., February 18, 1915. people of Kentucky had the calcium of prominence, and hundreds flock to light thrown upon such things and upon the drug store In their eagerness to In a long line Rates For Political Announcements those who are responsible for them? purchase his medicines. For Precinct and CitV Olllces ...$ 5.00 Think of this. Nobody knows yet who that was waiting to sec him recently in Birmingham, Ala., was Mrs. Frances 10.00 Haley is for tor Governor, but every Vr County OiTices ... body knows he Is "agin" Stanley. Isn't Smith, of 2407 Third Ave. She says I For State and District Ofllces,... 15.00 10 it high time that the people themselves, want to tell every one what this man's For Calls, per line... I had 10 have n voice in the selection of the of medicine has done lor me. For Cards, per line ficlals, and be permitted to cast their rheumatism, and had not For all publications in the intervotes as they please, and have their walked a step without my cane "and est of Individuals or expres-sio- n votes counted as cast, without the in crutch for twelve months. As I am 05 of individual views, per 10 tervention of an Invisible government? years of age, 1 felt as if I would be a line cripple the balance of ciy days, but 05 Obituaries, per line The announcement of the Hon. James some how my folks never gave up, D. lllnck, of llarbourville, Ky., ap- let them try many uiirervnt things on Announcements. pears In this issue of th Record as a me. Finally, last week, they bought We are authorized to announce Judge candidate of the office of Lieutenant one bottle of Andes oil, and they began Charles A. Hardin, of llarrodsburg, n Governor subject tu the wishes of the to rub me, and from the first applica candidate fur the Democratic nominademocratic party expressed at the tion it done me good. I walked all the tion for Circuit Judge of this, the thir- August primary, way from my home down here without teenth judicial district, at the August Mr. Illack is a democrat of Well re- my cane and crutch and I don't need primary 1915. cognized ability, being one of the belt them cither, look what good use I have known lawye.s of Southeastern, Ky. of myself. Here Mrs. Smith walked We are authorized to announce C. For years past he has fought the out of the long line of people showing When she C. Fox, if Danville, Kentucky, as a democratic battles in the eleventh dis- what 9h? said was facts. candidate at the primary election in trict, and has received little recogni- was able to see Dr. Andes, she said. August, 1915, for nomination by the tion from the party for the valuable I have come to purchase some of your Democratic party as Judge of this, the services rendered. This gentleman Great Prescription as your liniment has Thirteenth Judical District, of Ken- has always been a loyal democrat and done so much for me in such a short Novemtucky, to be voted for at the is In vverv way suited and qualified for titse. I understand that a person must ber election, 1915. the honorable position he seeks and we take something to remove the uric acid believe his candidacy will be well re- from the blood and I believe Andes announce EmWe are authorized to ceived by the democrats of the state. will do it in shorter time that anything met Purjear of Danville, Ky., a canelse." didate for the Democratic nomination The medicines referred to above that ever The most popular "movie' for Commonwealth's Attorney of this, accomplished so much for this woman thirteenth judicial dittrict, at the shown on a screen, is the "Trey Of the Hearts" at the Rex Theater next will do the same for any sufferer from August primary 1915. Thursday night. to announce We are authorized Rodman W. Keenon, of llarrodsburg, GOOD SALES. Ky., a candidate for the Democratic AtThe Madison TobaccoJiVarehousp calls nomination for Commonwealth's torney of this, the thirteenth judicial vour attention to the new letter in this district, at the August Primary iti 1915. issue, and report that Wednesday the market was higher and better than it We are authorized to announce G. T. had been for two weiks. Prewitt & Ballard Jr. as a candidate for the Lee of Lancaster sold 1455 pounds at democratic nomination for sheriff of $20.00 the hundred, one basket 34.00 Garrard County to fill out the unexpir- and at $25.00 crop lot of 1955 pounds at ed term of the late C. A. Robinson $16.07. Donohue Bros., Garrard, Co., subject to the action of the Democratic sold 1900 pounds at 15,07. Market party in August primary 1915. strong on good grades of all kinds others well holding their own. We are authorized to announce John Sam Owsley, of Stanford Ky, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for TOBACCO GROWERS MEETING Commonwealth's AlloWey, of this, the A meeting of the tobacco growers of thirteeth judicial district, at the Aug-u- st Garrard county wilt have a meeting at primary 1915. the Court House In Lancaster next Monday at U P. M. for the purpose of to announce H. forming an organization, to see if some We are authorized the means can be Clay Kauffman a candidate for looking toward a Democratic nomination for Representabetter prico for tobacco. tive ut the August primary 1915. The temporary executive committee of the growers association have fixed a I hereby announce mv self as a can- form of pledge which the tobacco as Clerk of the growers of the forty counties of the didate for Garrard Circuit Court 'subject to the Burley belt will be asked to sign. The pledge is as follows: action of tha Democratic Party at "We, the tobacco growers and resi Primary Election, August 7 1915. county, hereto W. B. Mason. dents of affix our names for the purpose of be W. coming memrjers AVe are authorized to announce oi me louacco A. Doty a candidate for the Democratic Growers' association now being ornomination, for Circuit Court Clerk of ganized for the parpose of securing Garrard County, at August primary and maintaining a living price for our 1915. tobacco, and pledge our assistance and influence in organizing said associa Under the present law in Kentucky. tion, and hereby agree to abide by the of said associa the man who sells his vote is liable to charter and by-lasevers punishment while he who buys tion, which are now or are to be it runs no risk, says the Shelby Record. adopted by our representatives to the Dawn in Pike countv. during the district meeting at Lexifigton, March Senatorial primary, quit a dumber 2. 1915." sold their votes and over eleven hundr jot a ed were indicted for so doing, CALVARY HORSES few have already been convicted, and nearly all of them voted for Ileckham Brim; Satisfactory Prices. at from three dollars to five dollars Mr. II. E. McCleary of York, Pa., vote. When the vote was counted in buying calvary Pike county, there were 900 for Beck who was here last week, ham, 850 for McCreary. and not a vote horses for the Allied Armies lias sue reeded in finishing out a load and will for Stanley. Isn't it wonderful? Why isn't he who buys a vote as bad ship them to Richmond Va. Saturday inspection. The horses were as he who sells? Six years ago, when for final of diiferent parties in this and Beckham and McCreary were opposing bought surrounding counties at an average of candidates for the Senatorial nomlmt $125. a head. ion, A. Apple, P. Peach, O. Corn, T, about Mr. W. It. Button has made some Tree, and a whole lot more like them purchases of horses and mules, voted for one of the candidates, and recent of various parties. On-- ) horse of Jim he was nominated. Who was his cam $132.50, two nice ones of paign manager then, as well as at the Clark for Lebanon parties for $145 each, a mule primary last August, when so many of Tom Slavin, for $110, two pair of votes were bought in I'ike county? mules of Lebanon parties, for $125 and Wasn't it the same man that Owsley $s50, four mules of Gentry and ThompStanley says is at the head of apolitical son, of Lexington, at an average of triumvirate, and a pampered, protected $190 around and ond pair of Tom Duck lobby, and is the "high muck a muck" worth for $350. of the invisible government at Frank Haley's defense, not frantically a year. stopping to to consider whether or not the charges that Stanley made are true J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. or false. R.L ELKIN. Local Editor mid Mtfr. If th'ra l an invisible government WITHOUT CANE For Twelre Months, Well Known Southern Woman Used Andes Oil One Week, Is EI vv.n r ANcficlaWIWiml-nlVt. slmilniinjitKroodanirWuli lingthcStaTOlisandlknttBof 3 CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought iiixuiiui. rcit Bears the Signature of M At . IVomolcs DidejHonflwntt ncss and IVsiront jlnt rrifer c lir noTrtacrjL mjrAifcuTic. hmUfrrnibrr. AnotfiTl Itancdv forOomflM AjjSv m JUDGE CHARLES mint. WonasfotntilsknijJ'oTrisft ncss ami LossorSitir. Tic Sunk-- Sitnirart of lion , Sour Storach.IlatriM Use For Over r, Xj Tub CtNTAvn CoMPATcr, NEW M)im. Thirty Years A. HARDIN. ! rheumatism, lumbago, weak backs; alThe Mc- so, stiff and drawn joints. Roberts Drug Store sells all of Andel medicines. LANCASTER BOY MAKING COL- GOOD AT CENTRE LEGE. Danville Feb. 10, 1016. At the weekly meeting of the Cham berlain Literary Society Mr. William B. Mason of Lancaster, Ky., was one of the candidates presented for membership. U will be remembered that the work of the literary societies is one of the features of college life. It is the custom for few members U) make a speech upon their gaining admission to the society. This requirement was met by Mr, Mason in a promising style. Mr. Mason's (Billy's) speech was rendered very gracefully and veterans says his first attemp is second to that of no other former candidate. On the whole Billy has made an enviable record at Centre this past semester. His scholarship and deportment have' met the favor of all faculty men with whom he was associated. He was a strong contestant for the posi and is tion of varsity end at foot-baone of next years hopes for a winning team. It is rumored that Billy and Prof. Sammy Check are ''regular buddies". The friendship of Prof. Check is the stamp of approval for any undergraduate. LEGISLATIVE RACE IN GARRARD. n fort?" Percy Haley Is not a candidate tor an office in the visible government, but the methods he has employed in the past, with results that were pleasing to him and those whose cause he espous ed, are responsible for a condition that may be discussed and criticised by c'ery He Is not an officegood citizen. holder, but he is a public character. Everybody in Kentucky either knows him, or knows of him. As an organizer and worker for his friends, he is a wonder. As an astute politician he can't be beat, They must all take off their hats to himr but when apples and pears, loaches, fences, trees, etc. are voted for, and three and five dollars each are paid for votes for, the man whose campaign he Is managing, is it anything but right that the responsibility for such things be attributed to him? Mr. Stanley has told these things and he knows that he Is the last man in the State that Haley would have anything to do with, and why? Because Stanley STATE AID. For Garrard County Roads. went very near beating his man for At a recent meeting of the fiscal court, the entire court sitting, It was unanimously voted that this county ask for an appropriation of $10,000, from the state road fund, the amount to be doubled by the county, making a total of $20,000, that will be used on the roads In the county this year. The work will be under the supervision of the state and it Is said will be applied to the Lancaster and Stanford road from the Lincoln county line to the city and then the Lexington pike to the Mercer county line. About fifty coun ties in the state have already asked for State aid and our fiscal court believing in good roads and the great advantages olfered by the btato aid road law, w may now expect Grrrard to have tome of the banner roads of the state. Every progressive citizen of the county will give their hearty endorsement of this movement, which will mean so much to the county. The legislative race has opened in Garrard county with Clay Kaulfman an aspirant of the Democratic nomination for Representative, and it is expected that he will have to contend with Representative J. R. Mount who held down the Garrard Beat in tht Then, too last General Assembly. there is John M. Farra. who served in the 1912 session, and has always been suspected of hankering to go back to Farra Frankfort for another winter. made a snlendid Representative when PIE. he was in the House and his friends The editor ot the Cincinnati Enquirer think that a second term would give him much prominence and make him must have had a pie given him, as he on a valuable member of the next Gener discourses fcr a column and a hair them, and while we agree with him in Nicholasville Journal. al Assembly. most things we must beg leave to differ in some, ho says; "The best pie, however and those THE LAW WITH THE who have tasted it wilt tell you soBARK ON IT. ls born, bred and made in Southern Ohio. To enter upon the question of So much talk has been created In the which kind is best is to open Pandora's last few days because of the fact the bos. How are they made? Search us. In county Board of Health has issued proclamation, that all school children boyhood's days ths spirit of imitation No circus rom the and emulation was rife. be vaccinated, we reprint Rules and Regulations of the State came but we turned handsprings for In years to follow Board Of Health, which is the law months afterward. clog with the bark on it. We quote from we envied only the Rule 35; "No person shall become a dancer and the couple that played the But the making of pies member of any public school within the xylophone. jurisdiction of this board, as teacher or belonged to the wimmln folks. For us scholar, without furnUhing a certificate to eat was enough. Only in those days of some reputable physician, that he we never got enough! at's the huckleberry And or she has been successfully vaccinated and has been revaccinated at least kind to be eaten in your shirtsleeves, each seven years. Penalty fur viol at tho edge of the back porch, whero tion of this rule or regulation by any the juice can run down to your elbow person who shall refuse or fail after and drip upon the hollyhocks below." W knnw the beat nio in the world Is written notice from the local board. shall be lined not less than $10. nor the Garrard product and we could prove moro than $100. for each day he or she it by handing him one of Mrs. Miller's so tails or neglects to report any .coo pies and showing him in THESE days tageous disease to the board within he couldn't get enough If she made twenty.four hours after it becomes them. Dont talk to us about the kind known, either by the physician in charg you have to eat on the back porch, in or the head of the family, shall be vour shirt sleeves with the iuice run liable to a fine of $5 to $10 for each ning down your elbows, they may go day, for such refusal or neglect". in Ohio, but Kentucky never. pie-th- The following high compliment paid Garrards Circuit Judge by the Louis, ville I'ojt, will'be read with interest by his friends: Judge Charles A. Hardin, of llarrodsburg, Mercer county, has determined to make the race for renomination for Circuit Judge of the judicial district that embraces the counties of Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln and Mercer. Accord reaching Louisville ing to reports through the most trustworthy sources. Judge Hardin's chancoa for victory are very bright. It is the contention of his ardent friends and admirers who are booming his candidacy that he is entitled to indorsement as a reward for his splendid services to his constituency since he donned tho judicial ermine. Those who are intimately acquainted with this typical scion of Mercercounty unhesitatingly say his district owes him for the superior service he has rendered it since he assumed his present onerous duties. Being a lawyer of the first constellation explains why this mentally brilliant gentleman and scholar dispenses Justice and expounds the most complicated points that arise in litigation without seeming effort. Ever since he attained his majority Judge Hardin has been delving into the mysteries of Irw, consequently he is conversant with its every angle. To him the ethics of his profession is an old acquaintance. Before he got in the spotlight of fame and public usefulness his father won lasting fame through his transcendent ability to solve the most perplexing legal questions with ease and grace. Like his distlnguishid father, who has been gathered to his reward. Judge Charles A. Hardin is an omniverous reader who is possessed of an annalytical and retentive mind which enables him to preside over cases in his courts with a e and dignity that degree of arouse the admiration of barristers throughout the country, and litigants are always satisfied when he is on the bench. Judge Hardin's intense love of justice eminently qualifies him to fill the position he holds and aspires to fill an other term. According to politicians in his section of the Bluegrass Commonwealth, Judge Hardin is rapidly gainingstrength in his race for renomination. His gracious way of conducting court and desire to see that men occupying humble stations in life are accorded tho same degree of justice that those of high estate get, has endeared him to all classes. When Judge Hardin's official duties permit he devotes a large part of his time to church affairs. Morally he is as clean as a coin directly from the self-pois- Nothing seems to contribute! more to his happiness than to mingle j with a crowd that is interested in civic movements for the unlift of the community. To this man of profound research and sterling character it is an ineffable pleasure to do.somcthing that will make his "fellows" feVl that life is worth living. He takes an active interest in Sunday school work, for which h is admirably fitted thru his vast knowledge of the Bible. Those who have known him since childhood say he is as gentle in his demeanor as a woman, but when circumstances require him to act in an opposite direction he can be as firm as adamant. It has always been his motto to treat everybody with kindness and consideration. Judge Hardin served as County Attorney of Mercer county for two tsims and was also Commonwealth's Attorney for the Thirteenth judicial district, be ing elected without opposition. This position he resigned to become Circuit Judge after eight ytars of service His able instructions to the gland juries have been notable and have received Rj favorable comment from the press thruout the country. While discussing his record since elected Circuit Judge of the Boyle. (!) Mercer, Garrard, Lincoln judicial diswith a group of trict, tbe other day in the lobby of the Jefferson County Courthouse, one of the party who has known Judge Hardin ever since boyhood, said: "I can't convince myself that the 1 good people of Charles Hardin's judicial district are going to refuse him another term on the bench after the splendid record he has established. Jurists of his type are absolutely essoutml to the 1 voters of our State. His : ness, coupled with his fine mental attainments, and knowledge of civil and . criminal law, are certainly known to ; people living in his district, and if the is a verity it is a certainty that he that will win his race for renomination in impressive fashion. The son of one of our State's most learned lawyers and a lovable and Godly mother readily explains why Judge Hardin is endowed with an abundance of bruin force, which : hi uses with rare wisdom. "Being fond of him and familiar with his fitness for the office he again aspires, to fill pleads my excuse for hoping he will win in the forthcoming primary. " Kentuc!:ians who have been watching Judge Hardin's phenomenal rim in the world of 'strive and accomplish m something' are united in wishing him Pi unlimited success in an overwhelming victory at tho August primary. be-f- ng fellow-lawye- jgWEuarar Etict Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA DE DC iThe Nappanee 1 v Best on the market. x E Ask these men who have tlicin. W E Moss, John Admits. Jar. Clark. R I Burton, W T. Hrmlshnw, J, I) Kinnnird S. A. HILL, AGENT, LANCASTER. KY. To INSURE In a Leading ill 1 I American Company Springfield Fire and Marine. Such as CAPITAL 3,rtOO,000,00 Ss the I I (!) THOMAS ELKIIN, Agents. 1 d 0 !'''"i(i' 0x':'i'5i .::(j;: :(y;':cx Tf yuu i wain uie ucsl Grade of Seeds see us for Glover, Timothy. Blue A. 2.1 A. '.- - n i Grass and Orchard Grass. We handle the famous Dixie Gem Coal. Trya load. M A NEW TAX LAW. Act of Congress approved December 17th., 1911, provides that on and after March 1st. 1915, every person who pro duces, imports, manufactures, com pounds, deals in, dispenses, sells, dis tributes or gives uway opium or coca leaves or any compound, manufacture, salt derlvativu or preparation thereof, shall register with the Collector of Internal Revenue, his place of business and procure a special tax stamp, which costs 31 cents from March 1st. to June 20th 1015. and $1.00 fur each yearly The penalty period after that date. for failure to comply with the law is a tine of not more than $2000 and imprisonment of not more than five years er both, in the discretion of the court. Certain order blanks prescribed by tht Department are necessary In every case where special tax stamp Is issued, before the party to whom if sued can make sales. Those are bound in books of two sizes, one selling at ten cents All reund the other at fifty cents. mittances should be made to cover cost of special tax stamp and one or the other of these order books. Copies of the law and regulations may be had by addiesslng Jno. W. Hughes, Collector of Internal Revenue, for the 8th District, Danville, Ky. BAILEY I X0'j0M0?):X0x'(y: & MOSS. '))'Gx):zi:viv):ri BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS Kirective trom August 1, 11)11 to August 1, 1915and KuaruntevJ ugaiimt any reduction during that time. TOURING CAR 490. RUNABOUT $110. TOWN CAR fO'JO. F O, II. Detroit, all lull jr equipped. Uu the luluij Suttaul Aumica mill. cr. 4J ( All grades of coal reduced one cent per bushel. Get your supply before it Is tjoae. Hudson & Hughes. Further, we will be able to obtain the niaximum elliciency in our factory production, and the minimum cost in our purchasing und sales departments if we can reach an output of .100,000 cars between the above dates. And should we reach this production, we agree to pay as tho buyers share, from $10. to.KW. per car (on or about August 1, 1914) to every retail buyer who purchases a now Ford car between August 1, 1914 and August 1, 1915. For further particulars regarding these low prices and plan see proflt-snarin- g Madison Garage. Richmond, Ky. :ral Record, Thursday Feb 18 1915. Page 7 YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. I If I I JUST OPLttbD. li Peopled '. ': Gossip About Entire New Stock of I 0 A Dricf Mention of ih Comings ami Golnji LyThoic Wt Arc Interested In. I MERCHANDISE. I 1 til GENERAL Mr. Willie Comely Is in Indianapolis visiting friends. Mi, anil Mrs. Henry Simpson wer? recent visitors in Lexington. Mr. W. S. Klfer n hemp dealer is a guest at the Simpson House. Miss Annie Hello llnllard Is in Stanford visiting Mrs. J. K. Helm. Miss Florence Spraggen of Elllsburg is the guest of Miss Allie Ynntis. I if v (!) I (!) I I ill I pay the Highest Market I Price for Your Produce. li Either Cash or Trade. My line is complete and consisting of Groceries, Tinware, Etc. In fact every thing needed for the table. everything New and Will appreciate your trade and guarantee to please you. Fresh. Mrs. Sue Curtis of Stanford tins been wite Mrs. Sarah Hurt for a visit. Miss Margaret Ramey of Eminence Is visiting her sister Mrs. Ed Walker. I!) i Mr. George I). Itohlnson Is expected home this week from a stay In Cordcle, Gn. Mrs. W. T. West is nt home from a visit to Mrs. W. II. O'llannon of Stan ford. Mis N'ancv Goodloc of Danville is the guest of Mr. W. 0. (ioodloe nnd wife. Miss Jennie Lawrence uf Lincoln county hns been visiting Mis Ida May lljurne. M. C. TURNER. D. White Mnrscc's Old Stnml. Headquarters for Genuine OLIVER, SYRACUSE AND JOHN DEERE Mr, Walter Hiimmack of Taint Lick was (ho recent guest of Mrs. Wm. Champ. Miss Allie Yantis is nt home after a pleasunt visit to Mrs. E. W. Pope of Danville. Steel Plows, best plows made. Jno. Deere and Oliver Sulky Plows VULCAN PLOWS at Cost. Manure Spreaders at cost. Bu'ggies at attractive prices. J. E. Mount, Son & Co. Diaw A Check for the money you ov e nnd Miss Willie Wilkvrson is in Stanford lteverend Klnbnll of Ilurgin filled visiting her cousin Miss Gertrude the pulpit ut the Baptist church SunWilkersoti. day morning and evening. Mr. 7.. T. Klce of Itlchmond was the Mrs. John M. Farra will return home recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. G, tomorrow after a stay of six weeks in liavidson. Martinsville. Ind, and Covington. Dr. J. I.. Hearn of Texarkana, Texas Mr. George 11. Harris and wife, of has been visiting his friend Mr. James liirmingham, will arrive Saturday for I. Hamilton. a few days visit to Mr. and Mrs. E. Miss Joan Mount left last week for W. Harris. a visit to her sister Mrs. T. M. Wilson The Iteception gien by the Juniors in Rowdng Green. to the Senior Class was changed to Mr. and Mrs. (i. M. Lyons have been Friday night the 18th insteadof Monday in Stanford visiting their daughter February 22nd. Mrs. J. M. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Penn W. Williams enMrs. Cleveland Rase is at home from tertained at a dining on Sunday in a visit to her mother Mrs. Ilelle honor of .Mr. and Mrs. Logan ' CarpenPerkins of Stanford. ter of Ited Rock, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. P. It. Williams have Mr. Gabriel S. Greet, leaf is reported been In Preachersville for a visit to quite ill at his home on Danville street. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carpenter. His relatives and friends are quite apMiss Ida May llourne has returned prehensive about the result. from a weeks visit to her sister Mrs. Miss Minnie lirown will leave the Porter Kich near Preachersville. first of next week for Cincinnati, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oldham of Louisville and Indianapolis where she Richmond are visiting Mrs. Oldhama will buy a new stock of millinery. parent'a Judge and Mrs. C. A. Arnold Mesdames It. T. Embry. Emma Miss Carrie Miller Is in Itlchmond visiting friends. Mrs. Lewis Land ram, of Danville, Is visiting Mrs II. Clay Sutton. Mrs. Cleveland Hose Is visiting Mrs. Edd Perkins In Nlcholasville. Mrs. J, I). Gullcy is in Lexington, visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ike Dunn. Mrs. Pattle D. Gill has been quite ill for the past week from a sevcie cold. Miss Anna Ilelle Ilallard returned home Tuesday after a pleasant visit In Stanford. Messrs. T. D. and Virgil Chestnut and Itobert itox motored to Lexington ' Tuesday. Mrs. James II. Klnnalri was a visitor in Louisville for scucrnl days, this week. Mrs. Fred Neighbors of Louisville is the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Iluurnc. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Witt were in Stanford for the funeral ot the late Mr. J. L. Jones. Mrs. Ed Price and N. II. Price were recent visitors of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Grant of Danville. Koverend S. H. Pollitt left this week for Jackson where he will begin a series of meetings. A handsome picture of Mrs. Samuel Cotton appeared in Saturdays issue of the Courier-JournMr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Brown were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thompson of Doyle. Mr. J. M. Lay ton of Cincinnati is here this week on n visit to his brother Mr. Terrill ljivton. Mrs. G. M Lyons and Miss Nannie Anderson are in Cincinnati purchasing u new line of millinery. ' FIVE THOUSAND HEAR COOPER Exhibited Watch Valued FARMER'S COLUMNj at $3,500 Given Him by Grateful Father. Lexington, Feby. 18th., Is estimated that five thousand Lexington people heard I T, Cooper, the man who created such widespread attention In the East, one evening re cently. Cooper explained to the vast crowd hi theories on health and hygiene, accompanied by a unique dem onstration of his celebrated prepara tion Tnniac, which ho Is personally Introducing in the larger American It npne htlow Itil. ht.itinsli tor in neln Ire me ofonrtrm.rinh.erltiert. and It for Jersey Cows the aula ol atoek, (isin and aneh thins, on for sale nt reasonable prices. farm ta the larmrr r.miot afford to arirer tl.e. No nolle will be aeerpl.d ofer (onr F. M. Tinder. line., and will becntrln 'wo L.ue. of the If you want a photograth that will aroan, tree ot chars e represent you as you are we know you good Poland china FOR SALE:-will like what we make. We mako Odu Nayior. the latest styles in brown and ccpie boar. tones. Resides we have all the latest For one dozen good hemp cards and folders. Just opened Gallery brake. R. K. Speaks, Lancaster R 2. on north side of quare. G. I. Ogg: FOR SALE:-On3 nrid one 2 year Jersey Cows For Sale. Two good, young, !rch Salc:-Abo- a old mules. .l.iL JOxWi I. I. I pcctltiliy your cremtors you. They like to ilo tiusinuss with a in nn who has nn nccount nt the Garrard Bank & nl Trust Co. They know he ll doing business in a business like way. Better open such nn nccount even If j our affairs nrc not large. Thpy will grow nil right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company You should Disinfect after every Contagious Disease. SULPHUR AND FORMALDEHYDE LAMPS 1) Will Do The Work. We have them. McRoberts Drug1 Store THE QUEEN OF THE Kitchen will tell you that it Is just as essential 10 nave uuuu ioui as u is to have good things to cook with In preparing a meal. We guarantee a frill ton of good coal at a fair price. ii Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g Go Mr. ind Mrsll. V. llastin and child, Illgginbotham, Miises S'isie Drashear reii left Tuesday"forNicholasvillo where and Lucy Webb and Mr. Robert Kinthey will vinit Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. naird wilt motor to Lexington SaturMiss Manmie S. Dunn visited tin day. Denman. High School Friday morning. Mrs. W. H. Cook, Misses Martha Miss Smith's room will entertain iieuy Margaret, me imam uaugnier of Mr. and Mrs. George McUoberts, und Helen Gill, and Miss Sue Shelby Friday morning at 8:30. The public is Mason motored over V. Lexington to invited to be present. who has been quite ill has entirely witness the playing of John Drew in The pupils in Miss Morris room, "Rosemtry". stormed Mrs. Ethel Darnold, by i The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday Reverend C. M. Chumbley. and Mrs. Valentine surprise last week. afternoon with Misses Martha and Chumbley, formerly (MissAlice Hetidei-soMr. Wm. A. Martin, field agent of Helen. Gill. The subject for discussion of this city are receiving con- the E. K. S. N. S. spoke-a- t the audi was "The Problem of the Unemployed". gratulations since the arrival of.a little torium Wednesday morning his subject Mrs. J. I.. Francis returned Satur- son in their home. being chiefly on Books. day night from a stay in Si. Louis, An excellent picture of little .Miss The Mamual Training Department of Cincinnati, nnd Louisville where she Elizabeth Logan Simpson, the bright the High School have turned out some inspected many new styles in millinery. and interesting daughter of Mr. nnd work fur several people, and also work Miss Ilertha May tVnlker and Mr. Mrs. Henry Simpon appeared iu Sat- is coming in, this speaks well for this Itobert It. Hrown, of Richmond, were urday's Louisville Times. Uep't. married Saturday afternoon ut the Mr. Rohanan, a Rep. of State Col Mr. and Mrs. Logan Carpenter, and Methodist parsonage bv Rev. S. II. little son, John Put, left Tuesday for lege Lexington, was a visitor Wednes Pollitt. He is the originator of their home in Red Rock, Okla. after a day morning. Mr. It. 11 Huches writes L'lowinc pleasant visit to his brother Mr. Ollie Domestic Science and Manuel Training accounts of his trip to Panama, where Carpenter and wife, and other Garrard at our school. The Domestic Science Department the Hon. W. J. Price extended him relatives. for every courtesy. Mr. Hughes and famMrs. Givens Terrill arrived home has received a sewing machine the.r work, as stated before. This is ily are now in Urszil. yesterday after a months stay in Pla. Mr. Terrill will remain in new work taken up this year and is Cards have been received by relatives , . Florida for c wliilo on account of his proving quiet successful, it is under the I I .1 uuu irienua iinuuiiciiii; ine urrivai ui glad to state has leadership of Miss Robinson. little Miss Marjorie WnnI hone, at the health, which we are St. Vnlentimes day was rendered been very much Unefited by the home of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Kone in throughout the school by the grades southern climate. Douglas, Arizona. The mother will be Friday evening. remembered here bb the attractive Miss Miss Masons room, very delightCora Ward. BLIND HYMN WRITER DEAD. fully entertained the school Messrs. J, J. Walker. Jr., John Gill Fanny Crosby, died at her home in Friday morning. The entertainment Kinnaird. and II. Clay Kauffman gave Conn., last Friday in her ninety fifth consisted ofpiano soloes, singing and telling of several stories and speeches, n most enjoyable Kook l'ufty on last year. i nduy evening at the Club Rooms. Eight thousand hymns of Christian also, the "Jinks Diary" was read, this There were C couples, including the worship sung in Protestant churches j paper is published by the Sophomore chnparonsMr. and Mrs. Fred P, Friable, throughout the world, are the work of class. The following were visitors: Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Elkin. Fanny Crosby. No one since the days JVrs. S. C. Denny, .Miss Eliza Todd, of Charles Wesley or Isaac Watts has Mrs. W. A. Price, Mrs. J. A. Anion, .Mrs. D. M. Lackey was apprised of made anywhere near as large a con- Mrs. R. P. Drown and Miss Mamie S. the 4 til birthday celehrution of her to the gospel song book as Dunn. great little Jane Evans tribution did the blind writer whoso death ocThe following invitations have been Price nt the home of her parents in curred received by Seniors and others. Danville. As little Miss Price comes signed o Funny Crosby's name was "Sophomores and Juniors mostly of Lancaster ancestors, the regularly as author of one hymn after Invite you to meet being the second daughter of Mr. and another that the hymn book makers of Seniors Mrs. Herbert Price, The happy oc a quarter of a century ago were forced Lancaster Graded School. casion, with Its pink candles, pink and to give her some 200 different pen February 19th. 7:30 to 11. P. M. white Ices and confections, und many names to make it appear that someone Several of the pupils were out severgifts is of interest to her1 besides the famous writer had contribut birthday al day on account of vaccination. many relatives and friends here. ed. Thousands perhaps hundreds of The School has taken up the imporwho sang her songs, which Mr. and Mrs. T. Johnson Price of thousands Into every language, tant matter of Fire Protection. We this city have been attending the Mid- - were translated will have two or three drills each month Winter Fair in progress during the did not know that it was a blind The first drill this week showed that inspiration which they em. In the woman past week at Sun ford Floridu. all pupils were Interested in the work, automobile parade including at least ployed to express Christian faith and much to the gratification of the school 10 were selected by the hope in song, 200 machines, "Saved lly Grace," "Messed Assur- fuculty. judges as presenting the handsomest ance," "Rescue the Perishing" and and most beautifully decorated appearper ct. ance, and out of that number the "Safe In the Arms of Jesus" are typ- 5 "Bulck" car of Mr. George K. Smith, ical of Fanny Crosby's most popular Years 5 5 at whose' home Mr. and Mrs. Price are religious verses. guests, was given the first prize. Both fx Hughes carry Hudson Loan made on real estate. If you the hostess and Mrs. Price were occupants of the Smith auto, Mrs. Smith the largest and best stock need cheaper money on long time, see It, being a'sister of Mr. Price and well of Clover, Timothy ( and me about G. li. Swlnebroud, . known here where (he ha made severLancaster, Ky. Blue Grass Seed. al visit. n) De-lan. grand-daughte1- -2 percl-Money- -5 1- -2 Auto service to Nlcholasville, $2.00 Marksbury, Ky. round trip or $1.25 one way Leave In connection with his visit to Kengood hemp brake. FOR SALE:-SiLancaster at 7 o'clock, arrive at Nich- tucky, Cooper said; "I shall remain in olasville at 9; 15. Leavo Nlcholasville Mrs. RebeccaJ. West. r, Kentucky for only a short time. at 12:15 arrive in Lancaster at 3;30. I shall give the people of this Will make trips cn Sunday and when section of the country the same bene- not on mail line at very reasonable fits of my study and my medicine that rates. Phono 7J. H. L. Lee. 1 have given the multitudes of New THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25th 1915, York, where I have been busy during the past year helping the hundreds of AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. thousands of suffering humans in that NOTICE. great city. One mile north of of Hryantsville. All persons having claims oealn.it the "While here I will prove to every one how easy it Is to guard against the estate of Clyde Ruble, deceased, or Kv., on the Lancaster and Lexington pike, I will offci to the highest and inroads of by guarding your claims against the late partnership of health as carefully as you do some Clyde & Clarence Ruble, will present best bidder the following property to the same properly verified according to wit:- other features of your daily lives. Six head of hog', thirty barrels of "Catarrhal alTections of the head, law to my attorney, J. E. Robinson, nose, throat and stomach, as well as Lancaster, Ky., on or before March 1. corn, one rick of hay, some farming implements, household and kitchen the kidneys, produce a stuffed-ucon 1915. furniture and many other things too J, 11. Ruble, Administrator. dition of the vital organs, and nine numerous to mention. times out of ten this trouble is responsible for most of the "ZUDORA" the Girl of mystery Phone 53-- HENRY OMSTOTT, Ky, of we Hrvnntsville pieecnt il.iy Amri-onFaulty meth- at the OPERA HOUSE, Friday Night. A. T. Scott, Auctioneer. od! of living are back of this all, but It is never too late to correct our faults. "Tunlac, the wonderful medicine that I am introducing to correct this condition, 1 believe to be the best AND GLEE CLUB thing of the Kind on the American market today. This fact has been proved thruout the great Eastern cities, as well as rignt here in Lexington, where hundreds of people are already realizing the surprising results from Friday Night, Feb. its use. "They all teftifv that Tanlac has a peculiarly grateful effect, seems to go. PART ONE right to the desired spot, warms up the entire system, and gives great strength 1 Chant: The Lord's Prayer '. Glee Club. and development where it is most 2 Invocation Rev. Mr. Ellis needed correcting all of the ills and 3 Anthem: Wake the Songof Jubilee Glee Club. weakness which come from years of 4 Piano misuse of the vital and digestive or 5 Song: The Coral Insect H. S. Girls. C gans." . ...Mr. Waterbury as General Bowser Playlet: Uowser's Trousers Cooper then exhibited a handsomely Miss Metcalf as Mrs. Rowscr engraved gold watch, studded with 7 Pong: 0 Cheerful Light Glee Club S cut diamonds, Vocal Solo: Tipperary (English Marching Song) Mr. Waterbury which is valued at $3,000. that was 9 Selection, Violin & Viola Messrs. Waterbury anil Hamilton given to him as a token of appreciation PART TWO by a prominent jeweler, whose son was relieved by Tanlac, 10 Address Rev. Mr. Eldredge. The celebrated Tanlac is sold ex 11 Piano clusively in Lancaster by R. E. Mc 12 Musical Comedy Sketch: Heart Throbs Messrs Waterbury and Woods. Roberts. 13 Song: The Diamonds Gleam Chorus. 14 Selection, Cornet & Viola Messrs. Waterbury and Hamilton. Glee Club. 15 Novelty Song: Always Take a Girl Named Daisy 10 Song: Hurrah For The Sleigh-Bell- s ..Glee Club 5 17 Play: TWO OF A KIND (By Wm. F. Miller., cities. x How-eve- J. W. Knyston, PUBLIC SALE p a. DRAMATIC CONCERT. Paint Lick Hi&h School, 26,1915. forty-seve- n SCHOOL NOTES. CAST. Mrs. Rebecca Rhubarb, Materfumilias Miss Araminta Rhubarb, her daughter Miss Keturah Melon, a Maiden Aunt Mr. Parsley Endive, a Mistaken Suitor Mr. Joshua Buckley; Keturah's Lover NOTE. : Miss Ethel Estridge. Miss Orn Estridge, Miss Sallie Woods. TMr. Carlos Hedrick. Mr. Roy Estridge. If the weather should be unfavorable, this program will be given one week later. Secure your seats early nt E. F. Hedrick's or J. M. Metcalf . cents. A few seats at Twenty cents. Holders of Tickets Twentv-fiv- e Concert ticket aimitted free to Mr. Wm, Martin's lecture on The Splendor of The Human Body, Saturday night, February Twentieth. DRAMATIC AND GLEE CLUB CONCERT. Paint Lick High School, Saturday Night, Feb. 27, 1915. PART ONE. Chant: The Lord's Prayer Invocation Song: Yes or No Piano. Song: Hard Times, Come Again No More Playlet: Bowser and the Appendicitis Glee Club. Hev. Mr. Eldredge. Glee Club. H. S. Girls. Mr. Metcalf as Drug Clerk. Mr. Waterbury as Bowser, Miss Metcalf as Mrs. Bowser. II. S. Girls. ', Jlr. Waterbury, Messrs- - Waterbuty and Hamilton. Song: Sweet Vale Of Avoca Vocal Solo: I Love A Lassie Selection, Violin and Viola PART , TWO. .Rev. Mr. Ellis. Piano. Musical Comedy Sketch: u la Margaret... Messrs Waterbury and Woods. Song: The Minstrel Boy ji, s. Girls. Selection. Cornet and Viola , Messrs Waterbury and Hamilton. Novelty Sang: Always Take A Girl Named Daisy Glee Club. Song: Hurrah for The Sleigh Bells Glee Club. Play: Fun In A Photograph Gallery. CAST; Address John Perkins.. Photographer Simon Schnider, Assistant Dennis Moran, An Irishman..., Charlie Doe, Sonot Mrs. Doe, Mr. Doe, Charlie's Ma, (of course) Mr. Frost, Amateur Photographer , Cluwenco French, u Dude Mrs. Alice Flint, From the Country Nora White Twins Flora White I I Annie Bessie Daisy tame Ella Fannie Boarding School Girls I I Mr. Burgess. Mr. G. L. Waterbury. Mr. Chester Metcalf. Mr. A. B. Estridge. Miss Djcia Metcalf. Mr. Roy Estridge. Mr. Carlos Hedrick. Miss Chastine Rucker. Miss Sallie Woods. Miss Ethel Estridge. Miss Geneva Rucker. Miss Mable Hall Mil Willie Williams. Miss Cleone McWhorter. Mis Sadie Ralston. Miss Ora Estridge. Tickets Twenty-fiv- e cents. A in advance at Hedrick's or Metcalf. Unfavorable weather automatically postpone the conceit one week. Holder of Concert Tickets admitted free to Mr. Win. Martin' lecture on The Splendor of The Human UjJy, Saturday night, February Twentieth, few seats at Twenty cents. Secure seats mi OROANIZKV 1S83. OF LANCASTER. KY. Get the best of IKE! s Sheriffs Sale FOR iff R, M. Arnold DANVILLE, KY. Manufactured and sold direct to consumer. Rubber Tire, Full Leather Top, Leather Trimmings, Plnneo and Daniel Wheels, Arnolds Patent, Reinforced Double Reach Gear, from $100. up. The best value on earth for the money. Delicate Children : J 5 3T :es Surplus $45,000. suslly only need a food tonia to male them strong and healthy Citizens National Bank Capital $50,000. SSSSSm Emus?ori fbitsnt to take. sot only the best food tonia but If Sold only by us. R. E. MeRobsrts E. C. MilllonJPres. T. J. Curtis, V-Pr- Dr. C. H. Vaught, Sec I B. F. HUDSON. President. W. 0. P.igney, Ain't Cash'r J. J. WALKEK, Jog J. Walker, Jr., Cashier. Vice Prest. r. W. F. CHAMP. , Practical Pertinent Pointers. One Sforet of our strength lies in the fact that we never sacrifice one desirable quality to another. We aim nt a splendidly balanced whole. This bank is safe and modern in every respect. Nothing is more important than these two qualities and all that they imply. But in addition, unfailing courtesy is our invariable rule. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Copltal $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. R. 1 )ENMY, President J. E. STORM ES, Vice Preset S. C. DENNY. Cashier. r. 2MBRY. Ass't Cashier. J. L. GlLL, Washington aa himself and Faulkner Bro, 1 T. L 9 40 related to Floyd, John, 1 T. L 6 51 Hiatt, Edith, 1 T. L. 4 18 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Kavanaugh, Walker, 1 T. . .. 6 51 13 72 Letcher, Mary, 1 T. L Samual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny. J. H. Posey, J. E. Middleton. Ed (hrs) 1 T. L. 2 59 Stormes, S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. 9 16 Robinson, Arthur, 10 acres No. 2 WHITE. Brown, Joseph and Wife 5 acre t 4 82 23 30 Hudson. J. S. 94 acres No 2 COLORED. A WELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box of our Allen George 27 acres, 1 town lot 1912-1$12 74 121.00. 1914 sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or 4 60 other of our carbonated beverages. If Caldwell H. 1 acre you have not yet tried any or all ot Cochrell Frank and Bill 4 acres . 9 48 7 25 them you don't know what a fine treat Dunn Bill 1 acre 3 55 you have been missing. Don't keep on Dunn Buck (heirs) 2 acres 4 92 missing it Order a box and Dunn Dave 1 acre.... 4 92 Duun Sam 1 acre commence enjoying yourself. 4 28 Farley Tom 1 acre 8 73 Floyd Alex 5 acres 8 73 Floyd Will 6 acre Hicks Maty B. (heirs) 1 acre .. 3 55 4 23 Henry 1 acre Phe292. Jackson John 1 acre 4 28 Mullina Ready Ed 1 acre 5 55 Segar Geo and Ed (heirs) 1 acre 2 27 Smith John 1 acre 6 19 WT1LI1M WlSKXaOTO. & 02 Smith Joseph 1 acre 6 19 that he canaot and doea not claim exSmith Ben 1 acre 8 73 clusive retattoanfalp to George Williams Willie 12 acres On Monday, February 22nd, 1915, at George Washington's ; one o'clock, in front of the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., I will ofTer to the highest bidder for cash, to much of Living Representative the following described property, as will pay the State, County and disti school taxes for the year 1914. AS hereditary representative of The purchaser is entitlid to deed in Ucorge Washington In tbo g two years and interest at the rate of clety of the ClnclunnU and In 30 per cent per annum and 15 per cent virtue or direct. Incontestable damages if redeemed in that time descent from an older These are the uncollected taxes of the a younger full brother balf bruUierand of the Urst pres late C. A. Robinson, and must lie paid ident. William Lnuler U'anhlngton or in order to close up his business. New Vork city Is revoulzn as tbe nead of tba Washlngtou family. The NO. I. WHITE. distinction of repreveutlng tbo Father Acton, Smith, N. R. 2 acres $ 9 90 ot Ilia Country In tbe Cincinnati, the society of descendnnta of officers who NO. 1, COLORED. erred In the American army In tbe Adams, Geo. W. 26 acres $ 10 71 Rarolotlonary war. Is moat .Interesting Anderson, 'Gran and Mary, 10 A 13 49 In Itself, sine It carries with It recogAdams, Pete, N It 1 acre 2 27 nition by historians and genealogtata Black, Julia, 1 acre 3 80 aa being tbe leading male member of Burdett, Bob. N R 2 acres 1 30 tatt Washington family. Mr. Washington baa said, however, Burdett, Bright. 2 acres 4 23 at then are others equally aa closely Burdett, Jim. 4 acres 5 98 Tax E. Deatherage, Treas. Biggest In Prices 2 Biggest In Amount Of Sales Biggest In Floor Space. i Madison I Tobacco Incorporated. WAREHOUSE Near L. & A. Depot. .... CAPITAL $40,000.00 Telephone 221. Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. DIRECTORS: L-- E. C. Million E. T.J.Curtis Dr. C. H. Vautfht Marion Coy T. J. Smith Deatherage J. M. Haden To The Tobacco Growers and The Man Selling It: There have been many reports going out from one source and another for the most part, reference to our market, having no sales at one time and another. old MADISON Is still doing business We wish you to know wrong-with 3 that the at the old stand, and will have on sales EVERY DAY provided you y bring us your tobacco. We have no quarrels with any body are at peace with all the world simply want your tobacco, and we will not only sell it but we will stay right on the job doing our very best to get every dollar we can for It. better, on all grades. We sold about 80.000 pounds Monday, Lancaster tling CO. Bot- very few rejections, with prices Don't believe half you hear about the market for it is all right going right straight along rain or shine cold or hot selling tobacco and getting just as much for It aa any house on earth prices Monday from $1 to $20 un the hundred most everybody plessed, we want to reach 5.000.000 In matter We Write Anv Kind of havent very far to go, wont you help us reach? This is one of the big markets in the ststr. of prices the Old Madison is willing to compare with any house any where. Come INSURANCE Office at National Bank., Bank of Ky. NO. 3. COLORED. J. Office over The A. BEAZLEY & CO. National Lancaster. Phone 27. Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Columbus Before you decide on any wagon, examine tbs Columbus. Strongly built of the best possible material the Columbus wagon gives the most satisfactory service for the longest period of years. There is no secret In the notedly long life of the Columbus wagon. It Is the result of the methods employed iu construction. There Is no wood In this wagon which has not been under shelter from one to two years. Tho axles and the spoV.es of the wheels are hickory; the hounds, bolsters and sandboards are oak, and the bottom of the box is straight grained flawless pine. These are just a few examples of the care which is taken to make this wagon as reliable as possible. The result is that the Columbus wagon is unbeatable iu reliability and endurance. Come in and examine it for yourself. We know you will be pleased. air-dri- Doty, Louis wife, 1 acre Hickman, Logan. 15 acres Leavell, Ed, 8 acre Logan, Chas, 10 rcres Potts, America, 5 acres Wrenfro, Wils. 3 acres Warren, Joe, 2 acres NO. 3. WHITE. Adkinson. Josie, 96 acres Burton, J. B. 1 acre Casey, Mote, i acre Davis, Nelson, 30 acres Doolin, Herman, 9 acres Fathergill. J. W. 35 acres McLear. Geo, (N R) 7 acres.. . Ray, J. R. 79 acre Sparks, Cloud, 27 acres NO. 4 WHITE Brock, Emmett. 30 acres....... Brock, Ira, 15 acres Brock, John, 50 acres Byrd. M. V. (N U) 66 acres Byrd, Wm. 33 acres Holmes, Sum 10 acres Lamb, Alex 1 acre Lamb, Sam 25 acres McQuerry, J. T. 35 acres McQuerry, L. W. 53 acres McQuerry' R. M. 2acres Parker, Mrs. Lucy 15 acres Robinson, Chas. 70 acres Koss & Moore (N R) 210 acres... Todd & Son 20 acres ... Ha la directly descended from An-5 98 gtsrdne Washington 2d. the eldest half brother ot George Waablngton. 16 30 woo left lsaoe. Ola only son. Colonel 6 C9 William Angustlne Washington, mar 5 74 ried Jane Waablngton. tbe eldest child 3 55 of Colonel John Augustine Washing8 20 ton, wbowaa a full brother or George 5 90 Washington. It U from this onion of nepbew and niece of George Waablngton that William Lanier Washing $ 25 50 ton la descended In the eldeat male 4 92 Use. Tbe genealogical table of William 9 39 abowa that be la 14 25 Lanier Waablngton 10 64 tbe ninth In direct male descent from 19 23 Colonel John Washington, the Orst 8 89 American member of the family. John Washington emigrated to Amer 38 12 ica from England In 1037 and settled 8 80 In Westmoreland county. Vs. Ola eldWasbington. Tbo eat son waa second son or trie latter waa Augus5 55 tine Waablngton 1st. rather or George 5 66 Washington by bis second marrlago. 7 24 wltn Mary Ball. By Augustine Wash23 26 ington Ufa tint marrlago be bad four 7 46 children, only one or whom. Colonel 2d, left Issue. 4 28 Angustlne Waablngton only son. Colonel William Augus 4, 20 His Washington, aa stated above, roar 6 30 tine rted his cousin, Jane Waablngton, who 5 55 waa the daughter and eldest child or 15 30 Colonel Jobn Angustlne Washington, 6 19 younger foil brother or George Wash2 30 ington. There were other children who 12 54 tart, descendants, from whom several 4 30 famtUea In Virginia and West Ytrglnla 2 27 right along whrn you are ready we will recieve your tobarco and sell it at the best prices possible for us to get for it. We thank you all for your very generous patronage, for your patience through a very hard season, and want to assure you we stand for Richmond market against all comers, and the MADISON against all Houses. HOUSE, ..... Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. I World's Record Gar, s y N0.1. COLORED 7 u 3 3 7 4 4 2 4 04 I'J Buford, Fred 4 acres llnrnaM. Pl.v 1 nprn Denny, Sarah (heirs) 23 acres. Faulkner, Jane (heirs) 2 acres Faulkner, Abe 15 acres Faulkner, Will 1 acre Faulkner. Will 2 acres Hoodlne. Dr. S. S. 2 acres . Hutchinson, Geo. 1 acre Kavanaugh, Mary 8 acres Kennedy. Ed. 11 acre Kennedy, Sim l acre 55 65 67 92 29 02 .... BECKER, PHONE 27. BALLARD & SCOTT. BRYANTSVILLE, Kv. acre 1 67 acre 11 07 Merritt, Henry 8 acres Reid, Barney, (heirs) 4 acres.... 2 69 I Roads, Hannah 4 acres 3 65 For Iniaata tad CfaJldres Rovston. Kate 3 acres 3 01 8 30 In Stuart, Yantia 7 acres Ovmt B. F. Robinson, Sheriff of Always bears j Garrard County Ky, Successor to C, A. Mfastur of Robinson. 1 Leavell, Jonas Leavell. Tom 96 3 65 4 28 4 28 Deflt bla S 98 trace tnelr descent to this day. Tbs eon of Colonel William Augus Colonel tine and Jane Washington George Corbln Washington, born In congress 1780. Oa was a member of and Indian commissioner and waa mentioned for tbe Tic presidency of the United States. Tbe eldest son of tba latter was Colonel Lewis William Washington, born In 1812. and bis eld est son was Major James llsrroll Washington. WUUam Lanier Washington Is the eldest son of Major Washing' ton. Be l married, bot baa no son to hi vu m 5? statu. 1015 Light Four 1 CASTOR Un Fr A This $150 Stock Car made 7500 miles in 30 days with Bonnet Sealed. From SeDt 23 to Oct 23. it traveled through 23 States. You car 1 Mlt ny more n' ulmb"e no matter whit the horsepower or cost. For catalogue & car specifications write ' 30 Yars CENTRAL MOTOR GAR CO. Lexinaton.Kv H. C. BRIGHT. President. J. S. PRICE, Vice President. ALLEN HIEATT, Secretary. WE LEAD AGAIN THIS WEEK The Highest Price Basket (of any size) Sells Over Our Floor 20 Pounds, Sells For $4 .00 1 1 WE HAVE SOLD OVER A QUARTER MILLION POUNDS THIS WEEK. We repeat right back, selling 315 pound basket for $39.00 per hundred. The highest individual average, 3,225 pounds, averaged $18.35 per hundred. You can do as well if you have the "Goods" Dodes &. Devine, Mercer, G37S lbs W. M. ReiJ. Lincoln. 1515 lbs Tilford Alexander, Boyle, 1785 lbs Durham & Gosney, Garrard, 1450 lbs $073.89 198.55 256.94 61 1.94 Spoonamore & Pollard, Doyle. 5515 lbs Combs & Sultz, Jessamine. .10.15 lbs M: F. German, Boyle, 3680 lbs Castello & Franken, Lincoln, 3225 lbs $792.02 399.27 550.23 591.31 Danville Walnut Street. I. M. Dunn, Tobacco S. Warehouse Incorporated. Ponce dc Leon Failed; His Prize Is Found Tonce de Leon, the daring explorer, searched among the swamps of Florida for the Fountain of Youth, which the Indians said would restore power and make people young, l ie did not find it. Thousands of chronic intestinal, bowel and stomach sufferers hac written to deo. II, Mayr, 154 Whiting St., Chicago, in quest of health. They have found it. His remedy, composed of healing vegetable oils from France, has indeed given them back the health of youth. Why suffer from indigestion, gases on the stomach, fainting spells, torpid liver, constipation and all the evils of a disordered stomach when there is permaMayr's Wonderful nent relief here? Remedy is sold by leading druggists evcrwhcre with the posittve understanding that your money will be refunded without question or quibble if ONE bottle fails to give you aUoluU satisfaction. Gompany. Danville, Ky. FATAL FLASHES. Thin ice Scorned advice. President Jno. Van Winkle, Secretary J. M. Sallee, Ass't Secretary Paradise. Cincinnati F.nquirer. Fool afloat, Hocked the boat. Wooden coat. Houston Post. Ignored bells, Flagman's yells, Immortelles. Waco News. Silly kid. Car skid. Glass lid.-- St Youth tall, Louis Post Dispatch. Football, That's all. Joy ride. All pied. -- Hearthstone Magazine. National News Set vice. The Allen 34 When you payS895 for an Allen 34 you get S895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. We build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization is Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen 34 has an tt Three died. Vaccine mocks, Small pox. Big box. Allen J7 hortepower Weton-Mo- MARKSBURY Mrs. O. K. Swope and Mrs. SWEET CLOVER. land-build- Boating axle, mohair top and leather upholiterr, Wamcrtrsnimiuion and GARRARD COUNTY TOBACCO If The great new fertilizer and Eugenia equal to alfalfa in hay and Kemper entertained at a "chicken fry" pasture. Write for price list of seed last Friday. and "Free Circular" telling how to The Ladies Working Society will grow it. JOHN A. SHEEHAN. meet with Miss Eugenia Pollard next Thursday. H, D. 3, Falmouth, Ky, Miss Alhe lantls of Lancaster was the attractive guest of Miss Mary CULTIVATED SEED HEMP Chesnut last week. Mrs. Jesse Sanders is at home after spending several days with her sister Mrs. Owen Grow of Hackley. Mr. Tom Chesnut and Misses Minvel Bogie, Elizabeth Simpson and liettie Royston motored to Lexington Thurs day. Mrs. Belle Perkins of Stanford and Mrs. G. C. Hose were guesta of Misses Lula and Elizabeth Simpson last Tues day. Mrs, J. L. Dunn and little son Wil Ham, have returned after a weeks stay with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gooch of Stanford. Miss Eugenia Pollard, who served so well and faithfully as secretary to the Ladies Working Society was recently elected to serve another term. Misses Elizabeth Simpson and Bettie Royston attended the Bible School In stitute which was held with the Provi dence Christian church in Jessamine last week. There wilt be a business meeting of the church tomorrow, Saturday. One of the most important items of business that will come before the body will be the election of two deacons. FOR SALE. the Garrard County Farmers will stick to this house, we will make them rich. Minnesota No 8 The best and latest importation for lint. Government test 98 per cent, in 5 days. Write for sam pie and price. Glass & Glass. Successors to Glass & Saunders, Camp Nelson, Ky, strong and permanent. We are in the automobile business to stay. Our purpose it to make every Allen car1 do its part in upholding; our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price we get If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, handtomt car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the touring carat Allen 34, 1895, is the complete answer to your requirements. In tt)U,fnitk, leering drive, Cv, d expand- ing braker, HO -- inch whetlbase, demountable rims, aluminum crank case and aluminum trani-ru'uint lb... which, with the power of the motor, Insure economy of operation. Wo h.lld IIt. wtkor Moa'.U. tar roadatare aa4 tww tourist aara. reaitaj In arle Iraea M7S to SM9S. cue, full tcuip-miilictrie Bgktt and iltetrit ilarttr. The wetbt of the ear it VCO Kenton Motors Co. "ZSZLTJE tjuttititi and friti, fvtr, (am; tftrtlim, ljuifmnt, itrvitinkli tan taht lit limd HUSTONVILLE ROLLER Factory Representatives for Southern Ohio, adjacent West Virginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire) Stat of Kentucky. Dealers t Write or wire for agency proposition Look What We Did This Week. Col Ike Dunn Knows How To Handle MILLS FOR SALE As agent for the D. M. Lipps heirs, I will sell privately the Hustonville Roller Mill and Electric Light Plant. capacity; is The mill has a in good running order and shape and makes a splendid flour. It has always been a money-make- r; is located in splendid farming and wheat raising section, a good town and the environ ment could not be better. The electric light plant is run in connection with mill, lights the town and supplies pri vate residences and pays' a handsome BSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR in C5 J 73 Your Tobacco to the Best Advantage The entire crop of Mr Tom Uroaddus of Garrard sold as follows: 14 cents at 17 cents ICO pounds at 171 cents 390 pounds at 16i cents 390 pounds at 40 cents 335 Kunds at .23 cents 470 pounds at .27 cents 385 pounds at 16 cents 620 ounds at .13 cents 360 pounds at. 12 cents 430 pounds at 7J cents 140 pounds at 4 cents 65 pounds at An average for entire crop from the ground up 119.65. 73 FAST WINTER SERVICE TO W M in m 73 73 73 345 pounds . . Grant Maraee, Garrard (county sold the following baskets: 13 cants 270 pounds at . 16 cents 220 pounds at 335 pounds at 16 cents 70 pounds at 33 cents 250 pounds at 13 cents 2S5 pounds at 13 cents 640 pounds at lOJcents Average for the entire crop $14.12 per hundred. Peary House & Son, of Lincoln, Co. 230 pounds at 16 cents 60 pounds at 38 cents 225 pounds at 20 cents 320 pounds at 17 cents 610 pounds at 14 cents Average of $16.31. . FLORIDA Via m 73, m m 73 73 73 73 73 73 m in 73 profit. for a money- making proposition, investigate this, as it will be sold at a bargain. Terms will be made right. W. D. NAVE. Agent. U you Hustonville. Ky. are looking in m SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of theaSouth "ST. LOUIS SPECIAL" equipped train; through Drawing-rooPullman Sleeping Cars to Asheville and Jacksonville. High-class.stem A look at our seed oats will convince you that they are the best you ever saw. Hudson & Hughes. in 73 73 in in m 73 73, PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. Incorporated. Danville, - Kentucky. All grades of coal reduc ed one cent per bushel. Get At a recent gathering of a number of GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. ladies our 'good' county road became a theme of discussion. Some one present George W. Calebbs' Administrator. Plaintiff, suggested that the tollgate keepers vs Notice stole the money' and the directors Defendants, gave free passes to all their uncles and Dora Calebbs. et al. Notice is hereby given that the un aunts and not withstanding all this graft, the roads then were a satisfac dersigned Commissioner will sit in his tion to the public. Stiff further stated, office in Lancaster, Ky., beginning with the countv getting all of themon February IE, 1915, and continuing from ey why cant they give us better roads, day to day until February 20, 1915, to Another lady said it would be easier to hear proof upon and receive claims W. trade with Sears and Roebuck than to against the estate of George ride over such miserable roads to shop, Calebbs deceased. All persons having O, if these women could vote would it claims will present the same properly proven at the time and place mention give us better roads. ed above. Witness my hand, this January 27, 1915. STEEL COACHES-NF.- W m 7 DINING CAR SERVICE All Electric Lighted i s JO' in Other Famous Southern Resorts Aiken H c -r 4 in i 3d ww Augusta Charleston Columbia Savannah Summerville in in1 73 Cfll 731 731 55 73 73 r to Very Low Homeseekers' Fares Winter Tourist Excursion Fares Stopover and other special features. For information as to schedules, fares and through sleeping car service communicate with your local agent, or II. II. TOlil). District Passenger Agent Storks Bulldlni!, Louisville, Ky. in 73 ml m 73, m R SR SR SR SR SRSR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR SRI 73, W. H. Brown, your supply before It Is gone. Hudson & Hughes. Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. V. MaW FIELD SEEDS RICHMOND, A TRAINING in but. IVrtlHeates. Validand tucky. Bpetlal Courses KY. SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Elementary, Intermediate and Life Vubllo Bchools of KenReview Courses. Tuition Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new Free to practice model sclioot, new manual training building, equipped well school, department o( agriculture, Domestlo Science. First Term wrninailnui. September 7. Second Terra November 10. Third Term January , Fourth Term Aprils, Bummer Bcbool opens June 14, Catalogue Free, j, o. t'KAUBK, I'mUrai, have a full line of high-graField Seeds which I am oflering at very attractive prices If interested, ask for samples and prices, I All grades of coal reduc We want one or two Men ed one cent per bushel. Get In Garrard County, to your supply before It Is represent us. gone. Hudson S Hughes. 'ZkanW K!fcr e Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES. famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diecaee. Punley's Indian Ilrrbi-ilD- ax Treatment, 11.00 . 25c Dikota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Crerae Soap, Price I0, 3 tars 2Sc ,U.L ON have) made his name CASTOR lot Th the Signature A Live SILO Agent IA The Best Proposition Yet Offered. W. Bush Nelson, Lexington. Infant and Chlldrea. KM Yw Han Always Bwght Louisville Silo Company. P.O. Station F. Tank SAU AT . Kentucky. Star oalaiNATOR or rURSLITO INDIAN HERBS DAKOTA JACK The Northttcttera Cottboy C. C 4 J. E. Stenaes and R. L McRoctrU. LOUISVI LLE, KY. Page 10 P lzJ, Rural Credits Association The Central Record, Thursday Feb 18 1915. a - N ir"wiii j r i y IS ENDORSED LOCAL BY GOV. Mc6REflRY - BRANCH NOW BEING FORMED. two men in being 1 Senator Hoilis was one of the Taft to study the system Governor McCreary, when seen after the meeting, said: sent to Europe by President 'The rural credit system of supplying land owners and farmers with long time loans at a low rate of interest is meeting with general approval wherever introduced and I feel honored made president of the Kentucky Association." "I was one of the five members appointed to represent the United States at the monetary conference held at the Hague, and made a close study of the system in operation in Frnnce, and Belgium. It has worked wonders in assisting tne farmers of those countries to secure loans at a moderate interest rate and on long time. There are now two bills pending in Congress and to the system. "It has been approved by President Roosevelt, President Taft, and has been commended by President Woodrow Wilson." Governor McCreary addressed a meeting of the directors of the Kentucky Rural Credit Association which was held in Lexington a few days ago. Governor McCreary read before the directors and officers a letter from United States Senator, Henry L. Hollis. of New Hampshire, endorsing the plan. Germany giving nld I I f MR H. . NEWBY, ing become members. representing this association, has been in Garrard County for several weeks and has met with much success among the farmers, a large number Mr Newby will be at hav- LANCASTER, Monday, (court day,) February Twenty Second. to confer with you at Kengarlan Hotel. BUENA VISTA, Wednesday, February 24th. CRAB ORCHARD, Thursday February 25th. I Only a few more members are necessary to complete the allotment for Garrard County. If you are at all interested, meet Mr Newby next Monday, as no doubt he will complete his required number in a short time FLATWOOD COY spent several days the past week with I II H I I Mrs. Nannie Moberly is numbered We are all for A. 0. Stanley for among the sick. Governor. Ike Duncan sold to Homer Tinsley a Geo. Longworth bought a mare from load of corn at $4. per bbl. Robert Clark for 70. C. S. and A. T. Sanders were In Lex W. H. Furr sold three crops of to- ington last week on business. bacco that brought $93. C. S. Sanders sold to Jno Morris 25 D. W. Faulkner sold a work mare to barrels of corn for $3. per bbl. John Lonworth for $116. Mr. Jn.i Matthews who has been W. H. Furr has rented his Gillispie quite sick is reported some better now. farm to Robert Johnson. UalMma Mahrtmat ".Ill Mr lTPrian" fit -. U f W "J 111. aM Rev. A. C. Baird filled his regular ap- Lock"No. 8, a load of corn for $3.50 Saturday. pointment at Good Hope per bbl. The majority of the farmers ot this Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian were community say they are going to quit visitors at Mr. Porter Wearen's last raising tobacco which seems to be a Sunday. wise conclusion. Misses Nell Ray and Margie Wearen Rev. Wm. J. Baird visited his home were the guests of Peachie Mae Sanfolks Saturday and Sunday and preach- ders last Sunday. ed at Good Hope on Sunday. He also Miss Nell Ray of Loyd is the attrac gave a lecture Saturday night at Good tive guest of her sister Mrs. Eliza Hope. McMillian this week. Mill at "W, H. Furr has set up his Mrs. M. A. Sanders visited her is prepared to do grindFlatwood and daughter Mrs. Beatrice Johnson at will be a coning and crushing which Lancaster last Thursday. venience to the community as we will Mrs. Pearl Hicks and Mrs. Jewell have to eat corn bread this year. Montgomery of Bourne were the guests of their mother Mr. Mary A. Sanders Hudson & Hughes carry last Tuesday. 1 r Whites Station. Mrs: C. E. Ellis enterUlned the B. About Y. P. U. on Friday evening. thirty young people were present and a delightful evening was spent. Miss Kate Ely was hostess to the B. A Y. P. U. on Saturday evening, delicious salad course was served and a very delightful evening was spent. Miss Minnie Johnson has been called to Stanford by the serious illness ot her Miss Lula aunt. Miss Tine Johnson. McWhorter is teaching for Miss Johnson daring her absence. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Woods, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Rucker and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsden motoied to Lancaster Saturday evening and took in the vaudeville at the Rex theatre. The many friends of Mr. I. C. Rucker are glad to know that his condition, continuss to improve. This estimable gentleman suffered a slight stroke of paralysis something over a week ago and while at no time has his condition been considered serious still he has Mr. Roy been confined to his home. Estridge has charge of the Mill during his absense. It 1 II II II I f III IIIII DAIRY WISDOM. ! ' I There Is often a vital differ- ence between the dairyman and the farmer wbo merely keeps cows, says the Farm Journal. No matter how good the cow. the chances are ten to one that the calf from tbe grade sire will nowhere near equal tbe cow. Keep the heifers milking at long as possible, as this Is tbe way to develop persistent milkers. Be sure tbe doors to (bo sta- hies are wide and tbe approach- e In good condition. Don't let tbe cows lie on the frosty ground. When tbe nights are cold tbe ptsce for the herd Is In tbe stable. There Is n profltjln frost gross In the stomach of tbe cows. bit-te- u CHANCE TO MAKE KENTUCKY GREATEST HOG RAISING STATE 10,000 Hogs Fattened From Slops and Distillers' Dried Grains In Daviess County Alone Last Year (Dy Stepbee Oolles. In Uourboo Stock L.&N. Trea SektUt Al Uultrlj Arrivk. No 10: a. m. To Mayivllle. connectias" at with L 4 N to Frankfort & Louisville at Winchester with C 4 O to Lexing ton ft Frankfort. Mount Bterlinar Ashland, at Paris to Onclnnat!. Never buy a rnlf from a grade sire. Officially Tested Out No 71; 8:36 b, m. Journal). The official tests ot this feed kSTf To Rowland ft Stanford connecting Kentucky can Mill? be made tbe been very satisfactory la evtrjr war. I Rowland, L N, ft to all points South greatest State In tbe It has tbe stamp ot approral ot the No 28; 114 a, m. L'nlon. That has been deinonelraled btit chemists Is tks agricultural by Pavlrse county farmers, last year world. Men from experiment stations To Richmond, connectin with L ft about 10,0110 hogs were fattened In who know all about food values of dif- N to Irvine ft Beattvvllle. Lexhvtea tbst county on distillers slops and ferent grains and foods have given It ft Cincinnati. MMdlesburo ft Knoxvllle, dried grains. the highest recommendation. So successful were tbe experiments No 70; 11 iO a. m. The richest agricultural States In that the U, if. c St. I., railroad pro- , tbe Union are those which lead In hog To Richmond, connectinr with fast vided switches along their lines for .production. Iowa, with Its val field the use of farmers to utilize this by- of corn; Illinois, Missouri aid Indiana train to Cincinnati. No 77; p. m. product of tbe distilleries for feeding , In the order named, base thouiands To Louisville, connecting at Ibanon Junction to ISizabethtown Howling Green, and at Ilaidstown Junction to Ilardstown ft Springfield. 3) Tuesday, Feb 16th, 9 EPISODE OF ' No ; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with train to llristol A Atlanta. Oficial Uvtdtrjr -- fast 9t Cunti Cmty. the largest and best stock of Clover, Timothy Blue Grass Seed. MT. HEBRON and There (ire .lire- - Muort nnd simple words, the hardest to pronounce lu any lauguai-(unrl I tbey were no PAINT LICK easier iM'fore the niifuslou of tongues), but which no man or nation that canMr, Will Parks spent Saturday in not utter can claim to have arrived at manhood. These words are, "1 wu Richmond. wrong." Lowell. Mr. Lee Ledford spent the past week Thrc. Hard Word. THE MASTER KEY Hon, 1'ua.nn A, iUittin. I Coiuinonwratlh Allofiirj Hun. Kiantl Pur. Circuit JnrUo I suiet .Clrcultl'ltik-wmi.- m ' H, W. in Lexington. Mr. William Gatrney continuesquite Ind. Mr- - H. T. Bruce of Kokomo ill with pneumonia. with his father Mr. G. A. Bruce. Mrs. Emery McWhorter is quit ill Mr. Dennle Scott and wife made i Willi HUUlUltlO JVlvnta.. . business trip to Ohio last week Miss Mury Walker left Saturday lor I Sirs Peachie Grow is visiting her a(.vera Jay stay in Louisville. . aunt Mrs E. F. Scott and Mr hphriam Jim Harve Ralston is at home One of the many distillers' slop-feprize winners at the Great Farmer's Hhrrla-- C, ' Barbecue at Oavlsss County Fair Grounds. Owensboro, Ky., May 30, 1914. A. KoMtlanu. T. Hallarrl. Demi J HUrll1-tj,- o( Iioks. Special tank cars were alio pro- of rich farmers wbo made their money Huprrlnttudaul ol uLouU llt Jruula lll( vided for tbe transportation of both lout of hogs. Thoy feed thn raw grain sIdi. to the porker and sell him nt tbe Aiavaaor Pata Hand ra. the slops and dried grains. highest print In the biggest markets K. II. ItaJ. Aiwaaur Makes Prize Winners. of the country, Tbey have no such Jillar Data Hum s" At a great barbecue on the Owens- advantages as the Kentucky farmer Bayaritlaurof llotda Cluruuil Uouint. boro Fair (Irounds last May, uttended has, At our very doors, and at a rrcamrcr J. W, Klinoia. ! by 2U.0OU farmers and feeders, there much lower cost than corn the Iowa Anderson. , from Lexington for a short visit. MAdlHTIIATKH. weru on exhibition scores of line bogs and Indiana farmer feeds, we have the I, N. was Mr. Gordon Doty of Murkaburv I Hlille 1.1,111.1. Mr. Sim Rucker, of Lexington spent fattened on distillers' dried grains and feed thut will produce the best pork laxanlionlnd.IIUt. -the guest of Mr. W. D. Scott for the Sunday with the home folks here. WAR A PLAGUE TO MAN- slops, and many cash prizes were In the world. JolmH. lldin 3rd, Dl,i. week end, KIND" WASHINGTON. The Farmer's Opportunity. Miss Ethel Estridge spent several awarded. Olllclals from tbe agriculJatnai Coldlion 4lh, illil. Mr. and Mrs. Elishua Forbes of Mc- days the past week in Berea, the guest Thu greatest single Industry In Kentural department of the State and FedCOUNTY IlOAItM OK KIIL'CATIOI' tucky is Its distilleries. This Industry Washington said la speaking T were with relatives here the of relatives, Creary eral Coverunient were present and pays, more taxes for tbe maintenance, Thompi Arnold, Jr. in. DM. of war at tbe close of tbe Revolast week. made addresses on latter part of II. D. MoMurlr). 3ud. HI.1. Mr. Logan Carpenter, of Oklahoma, How did it come about? j and feeding of hogs the proper careI of the State than all other manufac- O. J. Htudreu, Ird. Put. lution. "My first wish Is to see and tbe preven-- turing Methodist minister of has been the guest of Mr. Woods Industries combined. Thouthis plague to tnauklud banished Thomas J, Klcs. 1th. Dial, of cholera. Specimens of distil sands of tons of slops tlou Wilmore is conducting a weeks meeting i Tudor and family. containing nuJohn Fleming Wilson will lers' dried grains and slops from va- tritious, from off tbe earth." NevertheCITVQH LANCABTKK. elements aro school house. at Sunny-sid- e less, throughout bis life be was rious distilleries were also uu exhibiMr. Grant Metcalf of Richmond, is Mjor-L.- (l. dumped Into the watte neap simply Dttldiou. and little tell you. Read the story in tion and tbelr respective food value always ready to tight for causes Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grow Kentucky feeders have not Cltj Judie J.l', 1'ralhrr. the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. believed to be right daughter, were with her parents in James Metcalf. waked up to their opportunity. A com- - Cllr Attorney- -;. K. It&bln.on. were explained by experts. rl. t)nrnf lvelv atriall nnrttnn nf lhl I. v. Washington's personal bravthis paper, then see the movDanville a part of last week. Fattens Quickly. Mr. John L. Coldiron has purchased product Is dried and shipped to Ku. Clljr Alienor John M. Mount. ery was one of bis chief traits. Mrs. II. It. Montgomery bought a the coal Dullness from the firm of One of the greatest advantages In iuij iu uo uscu as uairy lecq ana lor City Treaaurer-- W. V. Champ. IncapaJefferson said. "He was ing pictures produced by feeding distillers' dried grain Is the. fattening bogs. yearling mule at the Huffman sale for Burnam & Rucker. Chief Police t, K. llerron. ble of fear, meeting personal Hut whv ahln anv .r h... $57 and sold same mule to M. L. MontCOUNCILMKK nothing Is lost. Tbe distilfact purchased the dangers with the calmest un Mr R. P. Hedrick has grains to Denmark and Holland when Universal Film Manu- lers that the remove only tbe gomery for $G5. 1. ll.Dallon concern." we ran use mem nere at home up to Parker Qrtsorf. Walter Hammack property and will get Bern Cotton. portions of the grain, leaving an averW. M.Zanone. Washington bad many eneMr. Philip McMillan and family of immediate possession. age of 40 per cent ot protein, which tbe full rannrllv nf- nurv rllxilw. i11, Dr. J. A, Aiuou. .,..)v W.O. Ooodlo facturing Company by spemies, some of whom did tbelr Boyle county are moving to their home Is the element required to fatten tbe State, thereby Increasing the prof. to his Mr. Conn Asher has returned Hicks, utmost to destroy letter and ii. in uuKTumng ana aaaing many recently bought of Mr. Joseph It bas been supposed home in Livingston after a visit of cial arrangements for thk stock. that the best way to by manya millions of dollars annually to tbe other evidences of tbelr disafpeople near Locust Grove. fatten several days to friends here. fection after tbey discovered bog Is to feed bard corn. Uut corn wealth of the farmers or the state. Mr. Thos McMillan who has been lu the natural state yields about 13 that tbe general was destined to Cheaper Fesd ThanCeea. paper. ,, Mr. Jonah Rucker. of Richmond, was here for some weeks looking after the per cent of protein, aa much of It immortal fame aa tbe first ot Farmers should sell tbe corn tbey parents. Mr. and Mrs. his farm, returned to his the guest of his passes through the animal undigested. raise at the high nrlcn It nan.iiv interests of the patriots. j ne unaersignea nereoy gwe warnI C. Rucker, the past week. Distillers' dried grains therefore pos- brings, and buy, for less moo home in III., Saturday. Washington's dearest friend. sess about three times tbe fattening and better feed In that rnrni sr. rvsVaf ing to all persona not to trespass upon, Mr, l.nr-- Farrls and son. Mr. Perry n) aura gained during bis military set-T- it Mrs. John Hamm was called last properties of natural corn, tly feed- lers' dried grains. 11 doing this they our lands for any purpose whatever guests Ice prior to tbe devolution, was Wednesday to the bedside of her little Farrls, of East Beriutadt are the ing these dried grains with alfalfa, can isiion more nogs at less coat and we will prosecute all offenders tto ful Dr. James Craik. wbo attended clover or other green stuffs hogs fat- sell them In tbe market Katheiine Aldridge who of Mr. E. C. McWhorter and Mrs. A- granddaughter extent of for law. Hunters and. !he future president through B. Estridge. ten quicker and better than by the use nroflts. It Is a Imnla hmhuu larger with pneumonia. Is very low Fishermen especially take notice. . two serious Illnesses. After the of corn alone and at very much less sltton that should not be Mr. and Mrs. John W. Walker, of overlooked Ed & N 11 Price It, L- - Elkin The Sunbeam Band of Mt. Hebron llV cost. h f . rm.p " 4 ,w I.IWII, guests ,X Revolutionary war Or. Oratk be- Sunday School will have the regular Smithfield, Ky., have been the W. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. camt the WmUmwh family neighborhood for meeting next Sunday. Let all the mem- of relative in this C. Arnold J. physician at Mount Vernon. James G. Conn, HAKE KY. THE BIGGEST HOC RAISING STATE II.We will past week. bers be present and bring tome one the add other names for 16 cents HUMM Mrs. R. G. Woods, and children, cash. with you. Wh.n Washington Wu Defeated. Washington was defeated la bis first race for election to tbo Virginia bouse of burgesses by tbe candidate of tbe liquor Interests. Tbo young soldier bad angered tbe tavern keepers and their friends by Inveighing against drunkenness among tbo troops In his command. MU.Hn. Hht'fcj Maau, ' ! A.AruoM. Countj Juris Cotllrtj AllorntJ II. C WalWr. Couulj CUrt J. W. llaulllou. Irrk-ll.- rrj i IHpuir Tonlluioo, ' Coruurr J, A, Jour. I 'Official Csurt Hlrnofrapbcr llUilfr (ommlKlorj.t-'Truilro Jarr ij. r.in.l-nn- r, Maxin. II.Hrown koMn . Partners? Yes 4l w 1 POSTED tat 4 i un ti llHMIIIintll Rex theater. JT'S