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CENTRAL RECORD .!
Section No. 1.
PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNJSJIED DEM0GRAC1 AND GOOD GOVERNMENT
LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1913.
TWENTY THIRD YEAR.
Will Huerta Mexica or Diaz Mailero?
Good afternoon, who do you think will
bo President of Mexico tomorrow?
Its alright to feather your own nest,
if you dont rob the other birds,
It will help you as you travel life's
highway, if you will pay your debts as
well as your compliments.
Some men are born owning cellaretts,
I but the suffragette is usually thrust
Why cant all the Republican office
holders be magnanimous and give up
their fat jobs during Lent, so that the
Democrats can come out in their Easter
bonnets in which the bees have been
buzzing so long.
A few robins had made their appear
ance in our midst and we felt sure
Spring was near at hand, but Monday
they were mingling with the Court Day
crowd trying to find out the cheapest
place to buy chest protectors and over
shoes. The Hubble Telephone Co. is meet
ing with much encouragement. The
j promoters are determined to avail them
selves of the law which compels tele
phone companies to grant other lines
connections if they are forced to do so,
They have a nice exchange list built up
in their section and will later take up
The haoDenintr in Mexico, tho war
hnhiTDAn T-)rVrttT tinrl iia Rnlknn nllmfl
and the weather are too changable for NP
the weekly paper to comment upon.
Rudyard Kipling, in verse, establish
ed the "femsle of the species" as be-
I ing more deadly than the male, but if
i.tir ii vuimn ujuu iti iiiBAO vi nuaii :,
now in the middle of the square a Park
Beautiful they will have established it
in prose. It will mean the swiping out
of everything from the highest peak of
the pole to the lowly dog. It will be
hard prosaic work on their part, but ii
estimable value to the town, not oniy
in dollars and cents but in beauty.
Lancaster Rapidly Approaching
Certainly And Articles Of Incorpera-
EoiiTo Be filed In Near
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Come, Get Prices and See
Who Are Your Friends
That Live and Let Live.
The Pittsburg Post says that Ameri
can citizens have fully $000,000,000 in
vested in Mexico and that fully two
thirds of this wealth has been wiped
out during the revolt. The majority of
American investments are said to be in
railroads, securities or in lands and
while the railroad securities may be
impaired, the land is still there and will
be until the end of time,
One of the most important problems
that Mr. Taf t will pass over to Mr.
Wilson for solution will be the develop
ment of Alaska. Praetically nothing
has been done the past four years on
account of the Ballanger trouble, but
with the coming in of the new
administration, that vast country with
its billions of tons of coal and fast
quanities of other mineral wealth, the
problem will be taken up in earnest
If a stranger came to this town he
could organize the Great Eastern
Mountain Life, Cyclone, Lightning and
Accident Insurance Society and sell all
' the stock right here, yetsomebody who
was born and raised among us, who
spends every cent he makes here can't
I sell a sassafras root to one of us with
out an.investigation as to where it came
from and all about it, he would'nt be
able to sell it even then if a stranger
came along with one.
If you lived in New York and
any doubt about the milk you were
drinking, all you would have to do
would be to call up the Board of Health
ana say you wished to know the
bacterial count of the milk sold by Mr,
So and So. You might not know much
about the bacterial count after it had
been given you but if you wanted to
investigate further you could attend a
lecture with moving picture illustrations
now given free by the Milk Committee
of New York City.
Eggs For Hatching.
Pure White Orpington Eggs, Keller
strauss strain, $1.00 per setting or two
settings for $1.50. Mrs M. D. Hughes,
Let Us Make Your
We represent the Globe Tailoring Co., of Cincin
nati, Ohio, and The American Specialty Tailoring Co.,
of New York, two of the best in the Country.
Suits To Measure From
$16.00 to $50.00
Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed. We are receiving
New Spring Goods
daily. Our Spring lines will soon be complete, and if
you want to be dressed correctly you should call and
buy your Spring Out-Fit at once, before the stock is
Our lines for Spring are the best money can buy.
Frat Clothing For Young Men.
Perfection For Boysr,
l$b Drew Selby Shoes & Oxfords
Florsheim, Endicott Johnson
and many other lines of Shoes and Oxfords for Men.
JOHN B. STETSON and KEITH BROS HATS.
Monarch and Giuetts Shirts. A complete line of Ladies
ready-to-wear Suits, Dresses and Costumes will be on
H. T. Logan
There will be Catholic Services at
the home of Mr. N. Miller on Tuesday
morning March 4th, conducted by
Father Yahner who succeeds Father
O'Dwyer at Richmond.
Mrs. McCormick Shows ImprovemeBt.
Mrs. Sallie McCormick, who has been
seriously ill for the last week at her
home on Danville street in this city of
cerebral trouble, we are glad to be able
to report, is showing improvement, and
her many friends are hoping that, she
may continue to improve.
Crime Rampant In Mercer.
It is a deep source of regret to us
that the grand jury had to report such
bad things of our proud old county.
There is no question, however, but for
the last six or eight months crime and
law-breaking has been bolder than for
some years past. Harrodsburg Leader.
More Steady Help.
Mr. Coleman Gully says Mr. Baily is
not the only man in town that has steady
help as he is also the proud posessor of
two boys, another one having come to
bless his home Friday morning. If this
youngster is half as go'od looking and
smart as Horace he will have cause for
Mrs. Gibbs Returns.
Mr. and Mrs. S.,L. Gibbs returned
Oiinr7ap -fimm PnAoatat Minn tnlinHA
they went to consult the Drs Mayo in
to Mrs. Gibbs, health. She
hopes to derive considerable benefit
from the treatment prescribed by these
noted physicians. Dr. McKee of Lex
ington accompanied them on the trip to
Chas. Hayden In Town.
Mr. Chas. Hayden, who has long been
in the railway mail service and was at
one time on the run through Lancaster,
was shaking hands with friends here
Monday. Mr. Hayden is at present,
and has been for many years transfer
clerk at the Tenth street depot in
Louisville. He is a son of the late J.J.
Hayden, who formerly lived in the
Point Leavell section of this county.
Green Clay Walker 111.
Mr. Green Clay Walker, formerly
editor of the Record, is in the Good
Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati, wher
he is undergoing treatment for
rheumatism, a malady from which he
has been a severe sufferer for some
time. He is considerably improved and
hopes within a few weeks to be entirely
recovered and to be able to return home
and prosecute his campaign for the
nomination for County Attorney.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller Loses Old Friend.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller had the mis
fortune to lose their old family mare
on last Monday. The faithful old beast
was past twenty-five years of age and
had traveled many hunJred miles to
and from Lancaster, bringing the young
Millers to and from school, as well as
doing the many other chores required
of the usual family hack horse. She
was in apparent good health, and was
rolling in the yard, and when she did
not get up, upon investigation she was
found to have breathed her last
Tribute To A Vanishing Race.
It must have been an impressive sight
when twenty nine full blooded Indian
chiefs between the ages of seventy and
eighty, many of whom had fought Cus
ter, attired in the regalia of their rank,
marched side by side with the Great
White Father to the highest crest of
While the Indian Chieftains sang the
folk songs of their race, President Taf t
and Chief Hollow Horn Bear broke
ground for a sixty foot bronze statue
of an Indian warrior. As their voices
died away the band broke out with the
Star Spangled Banner, emblematic of
themerging of a great race of people
into that pf another andastronger.one.
The fund for the erection of a Loose
Leaf Tobacco Warehouse In Lancaster
is growing rapidly, and it is expected
that a sufficient number of shares of
stock will have been subscribed shortly
to enable the piomoters to file articles
of incorporation and get down to busi
ness. It is earnestly desired that the
farmers throughout the county become
interested in the warehouse, that they
subscribe to the stock, thereby creating
an interest in the venture all over the
county. This is not taking a chance.
it is a puiely legitimate investment,
an investment that will pay you a
handsome dividend, not only a liberal
per cent, but will help the county, will
increase the value of your real estate,
enable you to market your tobacco at
home, and you know the many advan
tages which will attend that proposi
tion, it will increase the bank deposits,
will cause the great bulk of the money
which comes to the tobacco raiser to
be spent at home, will materially in
crease tne business of the home mer
chants, and in a thousand ways will
help the county and thereby help you.
Think this matter over carefully.
CAN YOU AFFORD TO LET THE
OPPORTUNITY ESCAPE YOU TO
ASSIST IN THIS MOVEMENT. The
cost to you of marketing one crop of
tobacco in a foreign market would
purchase one share of stock in the
home warehouse, and the purchase of
one share by you might stimulate some
one else to take stock, and so the en
tire amount might be raised.
"Town people" are doing nobly, but
they cannot, nor do you desire them to
do it all. You want to be interested
yourself, for it is you who will reap th
Do not delay longer in this matter,
come in and let them show you who
and how much has been subscribed,
and see if you cannot associate your
self with these people in this enter
prise. Every little bit helps, and bo
your subscription large or small, it will
Remember you are not simply giv
ing, neither are you investing in a
doubtful or "wildcat" venture: the
history of these warehouses is that
they have paid handsomely. If they
paid in other places, then surely they
will pay here in the best tobacco grow
ing county in Kentucky. Come and
Do not be misled by persons who are
interested in seeing mat Lancaster
DOES NOT get a warehouse giving
you reasons why you should not sub
scribe for the stock. Substantial busi
ness men are back of this enterprise,
men who have canvassed the situation
thoroughly, have secured every detail,
and they KNOW the house can be
built and made a success. Come in and
see them, any one of them will gladly
explain the entire proposition to you.
A neat catalogue announcing the sale
of Miller and Beazley at Mount Vernon
on March 6th. and 7th. has reached
this office and is quite attractive. This
sale has every evidence of being a suc
cess and should be well patronized
from this section. Write them for a
catalogue and read their advertise
ment on another page of this issue.
We have the largest line of
Corn Planters, Cutting
Harrows, and Farming
of all kinds that has ever been shown in
Sj In fact we are Headquarters for the best and
most up-to-the-minute Farm Machinery on the
market. Call and be convinced.
Mi lLOfii'2'Tii "' lQiSIrtijtSfrHlairtiJaiife
Big Real Estate Deal.
Mr. S. D. Cochran on Monday sold
his farm, which is situated on the Lex
ington pike a mile from town, and which
is one of the best farms in the county,
embracing in the boundary 264 acre3 to
James L Hamilton at $120, per acre;
possession to be given January 1, 1914.
Mr. Cochran then purchased of Mr. W.
S. Carrier his handsome newly erected
home on Danville street in Lancaster
for $6,000. Mr. Cochran we are glad to
learn will become a permanent citizen
of Lancaster on January 1, 1914. We
are also rejoiced over the fact that Mr.
Carrier entertains no idea of leaving
Lancaster, but is in the market for
another home here.
The sales were consummated through
tho real estate firm of Hughes & Swine-
President Wilson's Cabinet.
Cabinet makers have been busy ever
since the election of Woodrow Wilson
to the presidency, and about every mas
of any prominency in the country has
been slated by one or the other of them
for a berth in the official family. The
following list which is given out by
"men who are in a position to know",
is probably nearer correct than any
Secretary of State, William J. Bryan
Postmaster General, Albert S. Bur
leson of Texas.
Attorney General, Chancellor Walker
of New Jersey.
Secretary of Treasury, William Mc
Adoo of New York:
Secretary of Commerce and Labor,
Louis D. Brandies of Massachusetts.
Secretary of Navy, Josephus Daniels
of North Carolina.
The above selections are said to be
correct, but that remains to be seen.
No other reports that bear a sufficient
ly truthful appearance have been offer
ed as to the remaining cabinet
For a few days we will make
Special Prices on Buggies, Wag
ons and Harness.
W. J. EOMANS.
Some Of Our Exclusive
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Pratts-Low Canning Co.
PEACHES, APRICOTS, CHERRIES, PINEAPPLES.
Corn, Peas, String Beans, Lima Beans, Beets
Sweet Potatoes, Pumpkin, Spinach.
These goods are the best we can pro
cure and every can guaranteed.
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