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s THE CENTO Al, RECORD Section No. 2. Section No. 2 PURE RELlGIOft, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD Q0VERNMEN1. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1913. TWENTY THIRD YEAR. NUMBER 51. ifil CHARLIE WHIIE-K00N The Cowboj Etrltlist ORICIN'TOR OF KHITE-KOCI S CkETrii.'tE IKKAI REMEDIES WM-CEL-SJR & SCIENCE SOPE Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according: to the Original & Ex clusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White Moon, Tho Cow-boy Herbalist, for the treatment of 'human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. COM-CEL-SAB, the Great Body-Tonic. SCIENCE SOPE, for tho Hu man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or .write Mrs. CHARLIE WHITE-MOON 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky I The Womans Club (Edited By The WomamClub) l News Of The Churches. There is one dollar due from each and every member of the Womans Club who has not as yet given this sum toward furnishing the new club room in the college. The committee can make no further plan until all of this fund is collected. See the treas urer Mrs. Price at once. I ANNOUNCEMENT NEW TRAIN. Danville o Louisville The literary department of the womansjclub will meet next Wednesday afternoon at the usual time and place. Here And There In Clubland. The members of the Middlesboro Woman's Club are rejoicing that a beautiful room in their new Library building has been set aside for their permanent quarters. It is nearing completion. In this is gratified a de sire which has been theirs since the organization of the club. They will be well eatablished and feeling much at home in their new and ia predicted that 300 beautiful surroundings when they play 1 Revival services will begin at the Methodist Church the second Sunday night in Apnl. Rev. Andrew Johnson one of the leading song evangelists will have charge of the singing. All are cordially invited to attend these servic es and lend a helping hand in bringing about an old time revival. S. H. Pollitt, Pastor. There will be preaching at the Meth odist Church next Sunday morning. : Kev. S. M. Martin who was recentlj I called to the pastorate of the local Baptist Church here, is holding an in teresting revival at that church this week, having begun last Tuesday night The meeting will continue for several days and a cordial welcome is extended to all. From the standpoint of attendance the Sabbath school at the Christian Church last Sunday morning was almost a record breaker, 179 being present. With the spring weather opening up it will be reached Teachers And Trustees Of Garrard County Should Attend Kentucky Educational Association Which Convenes In Louisville Ky. April 30 to May 3d. on via I Southern Railway g Premier Carrier To The South. Effective Sunday, March 23rd new train service was estab- fSj lished between Danville and Louisville which will afford lp patrons living at stations, Danville to Lawrenceburg addi- tional convenient train service to Louisville and return. 31 SCHEDULE. E GOING. Lv Danville 7:30 a. m. Lv Harrodsburg 7:50 a.m Lv " Lv Talmage 8:0S a. m. Lv Vanarsdale 8:13 a m Lv Salvisa 8:IC a. m. Lv McBrayer 8:24 a m. Lv Lawrenceburg 8:40 a m. Ar Louisville 10:45 a. m. (4th Ave Crossing) Ar Louisville (7thStDepot) 11:10 a m, RETURNING. Lv Louisville (7th st Depot) 4:00 p.m (4th ave cros'ng) 4:25 p.m Ar Lawrenceburg 6:40 p. m Ar McBrayer Ar Saivisa Ar Vanarsdale Ar Talmage Ar Harrodsburg Ar Danville 6:48 p. 6:56 p. 7:02 p. 7:08 p. 7:28 p. m m m m m 7:45 p. m This Train Makes all Local Stops. B. H. TODD, Dist. Pass. Agt 124 South 4th St. LOUISVILLE, KY. MMfiiMrMliSllIlMiS mis muiia a riBiia rrfflilrW Public Sale! OF Live Stock, l WILL, ON Wednesday, April 2, 1913 Beginning promptly at 10:30 o'clock a. m. At my farm in Beuna Vista, Garrard county, Ky., sell to the highest bidder a lot of choice MULES. HORSES, CATTLE, HOGS and SHEEP. Horses and Mules. 1 good 4 year old Harness Horse, 1 good 7-year old Harneas Horse gentle for ladies to drive, 1 Mare in foal to Jack. 1 good Work Mule-, 6 good, coming 2 year-old Mules 15 hands high, 1 yearling h le Mule. Cattle. 1 extra Jersey Milk Cow, fresh, 1 extra Shorthorn Cow heifer Calf at foot, 2 good grade 5-yaar-old Red Cows, 7 head of good grade 600 lbs. Stock Heifers, 7 head of good 400 lb. Red Heifers all red about 9 months old 3 good Jersey Heifers 8 months old. Hogs. 2 Sows and Pigs. 14 100-pound Stock Hogs, 20 90-pound Stock Hogs. Sheep. 40 extra good 2-year-old Elack Face Ewes and 40 good Fat Lambs. This is an extra lot of Ews and Lambs. Seed Drill. 1 good Grass Seed Drill Machine good as new only sown about 60 acres last season, about 40 barrels of good White Corn. TERMS: All sums under $20 cash, over that amount a credit of 4 months, bearing 6 per cent from date, bankable note, with approved security. fl. T. S60TT, Buena Vista, Kentucky. the hostess to tion in June. the Kentucky Federa- The Henderson Woman's Clubavail ing themselves of the well-known charm of tea for women, and the at tractively sounding affairs "teas" are, gathered in a most helpful collection of books for its library extension work at a "Book Tea" not long since. Since this success they declare for it as an annual institution. The Frankfort Club is especially proud of the Public Library which it maintains on the fourth floor of the United American building. The growth and success of this work in the six years since its establishment have been highly satisfactory. Nehemiah was a wise man who lived long ago. His plan of building up the broken and fallen walls of the city of Jerusalem has never been surpassed even in this modern day. To restora these walls he decreed that each man must repair "over again his own house". To-day if each individual faithfully carried out this plan no public repairs would be needed. We lament our civic evils, and feel powerless before the great mass of wrongs to be righted. If each one began right at home and faithfully, and carefully corrected the errors there a great reform would be wrought. If each citizen in -town kept his own house and home in perfect order no cleaning up day would be needed. If each merchant and groceryman kept the sidewalk in front of his own store clean the town would be spared the expense of having it cleaned. If each man, woman and child in town placed in the garbage can the paper they now throw on the street the square would not look so unsightly, by building our own share of the wall no public repairs would ever be needed. Hints to the Wise. If we all pick up our own tin cans we will have no tin can alley. Clean up front yards, back yards and alleys. Begin to fight flies, weeds and mos quitoes. Study the ordinances of our city, and help in their inforcement. Is it right to put wagons and hard ware implements on the side of the streets where they frequently tear ladies dresses? Is it right for grocerymen to put vegetables and produce on the side walk exposed to dust, flies and dogs? We demand clean markets. Scientists have greatly blessed the world in giving to it the various ser ums. For dyphtheria, pneumonia and typhoid fever we have the preventive serums which have saved thousands of lives, now if some wise man would in vent a back-bone serum which by in jection would infuse courage and give a man civic conscience and rightous ness his reward and fame would be great. Is there an ordnance forbidding cat tle and horses staying on the square all day on Court Day. Should Keep Name In Paper. No business man in any town should allow a newspaper published in his town to go without his name mentioned somewhere in its columns. This ap plies to all kinds of business, general store, dry goods store, groceries, fur niture dealers, professional men and in fact all classes of business men. This does not mean that you should have a whole or half or even a quarter page ad. in every issue of the paper but your name and business should be men tioned if vou do not use more than a two line space. A stranger picking up - 1 U I 1.1- A- x1l 2. ' a newspaper buuuiu uc uuie tu leu juol what business is represented in a town by looking at the business mentioned in the paper. This is the best possible town advertising. The man who does not advertise his business does an in justice to himself and his town. He is the man who expects the paper to do most of the boosting for his town.' The ' man who insists on sharing the busi ness that comes to a town but refuses to advertise is not doing his share of hrtnafinor Thp lifA nf flnv tnwn ffanfmda w B. j r -, upon the live, wide awake and liberal business men in it. Ex. ' before many weeks. The morning services at the Chris tian Church last Sunday besides a splen did sermon by Bro. Tinder a delightful musical program was rendered. A duet was ably rendered by Misses Mamie Stormes Dunnand Florence Johnson and a song by Mrs L. N. Miller, ably accom panied by Mrs W. R. Bastin was one of the sweetest we have ever heard. On the first Sundayafternoon in April a Sunday school will be organized at the Antioch school house. Rev. S. H. Pollitt will conduct the services. A large crowd packed the Christian Church Sunday evening and enjoyed the Easter services rendered bv the Junior Society of the Christian Endeavor About fifty children participated in the entertainment and the entire program was well received from start to finish under the able management of Mrs. W. A. Price and Mrs. Emma Higginbotham. Some delightful music was ably render ed by Miss Lettie .Mae McRoberts on the pipe organ. Quite a little sum was collected and will be used in the missionary field for which these children are so earnestly working. Many of the teachers and trustees of Garrard county are already making preparations to attend the meeting of the Kentucky Educational Association, which convenes in Louisville on April 30tWand May 1-2 and 3d. Others should join them and every teacher and trustee who can possibly manage to do so should attend the meeting. Coming just before the opening of schools the vast amount of information to be gleaned at this meeting will be very valuable aid to the teachers when they open their schools. Every thing possible in the way of modern educational facilities will be discussed at this meet ing and the most able educaters in the country will be there and take part in the discussions. There will be many modes of amusement provided for those who attend, the railroads will provide cheap rates and those who fail to attend will do so to their sorrow. is We Are Attracting State Wide Attention. The Louisville Times has the follow ing to say in regard to our cartoon and the war the ladies are making on the poles in the Park. "Not a War of Roses, but a "War of Poles" not a conflict with the House of York has Lancaster been having.but a warfare waged by its Woman's Club againsunsightly poles in the public square. Bombarded were these poles or the interests entrenched behind them by the red-hot opinions of many women printed in the local pipers as a sort of symposium. The siege was continued, long articles of capitulation were drawn by the besiegers demanding the remov al of the poles, the fence surrounding the park, and the unsightly trees, the laying of the water pipe to the center of the plot and plugging same; the ap propriation of $200 to the improvement fund, and the turning over the place to the besiegers, who, in turn, would im prove and beautify as they pleased, spending at least ?700 in doing this. No delay was given for signing the articles. The "fall of the park" into the hands of the women is told in a clever cartoon in the Central Record in which the Mayor of Lancaster is de picted with his official ax in hand, an nouncing to "Miss Lancaster" that certainly he will remove the polls if it will give her pleasure. For our part we believe that armed with such a local press' department as it has and with such strong leaders the Lancaster Woman's Club could put to rout any objectionable force in that town. And the Federation is keeping its eye on 'em, too. In the new 30,000 school building at Lancaster a room has been placed at the disposal of the Woman's Club, and here they are fitting up their new home and intend it shall have such an atmos phere of club life woman's club life that it will prove a place from which shall emanate the highest and noblest influences for the entire community always." Poor Womin. If a woman cannot make her mis takes charming she is only a female. -The Tatler. Our Easter Opening. Iftthtiaiums attit Ask us to show you the VERY latest in size, style and form and let . tering at the right price. THE Central Record. Away back yonder, at the very dawn of creation, a wardrobe consisted sim ply of a few fig leaves and a pleasant smile, but if you were in Lancaster last Saturday you observed that customs have changed and styles have been amplified The openings are all over and if there is a woman in Lancaster who is not thoroughly familiar with the styles of this Spring it is her own fault, for ver ily our merchants and milliners have outdone themselves in exhibiting large stocks of up to date goods. A tour of the millinery shops last Saturday made us know why it is so hard for a woman to decide upon one hat over all of those beautiful creations. The shops of Mrs. Ada Kinnaird, Miss Rella Arnold and R. S. Brown convinced even a casual observer that this season is to be one of color; away with your little black and white effects for Nell rose, bright pur ple, burnt orange, reds and all conceiv able shades of cerise! And that blue that has been known by all the names it could have but stays about the same color, this year it is called Madonna biue, instead of Alice blue etc. Some hats greet jou with a question mark, while others have the tall exclamation mark, in other words diacritical decora tions are the smart things in hats, to say nothing of mercury wings perched on top looking for all the world like Mercury's own hat. There are no more important institu tions in the make up of any community than first class millinery stores, and Mrs. Kinnaird, Miss Arnold and Miss Nannie Andrrson who 13 with R. S. Brown, because of their ability to meet the most exacting demands, have added to and multiplied their business in a manner gratifying both to themselves and their friends. But to return to the shops-did you go into Josephs and get one of those beau tiful carnations and listen to the music while looking at those beautiful gowns? If you didn't you are the loser. It is not necessary to expatiate upon the mrrits of the goods handled by this firm for all know that the quality is of first importance with them. Adolph and Arthur, besides being good business meii are also good citizens, always ready to aid the town in any way possi ble. The firm of R. S. Brown not only had millinery on display, but new Spring goods of every style and description for both men and women. Since coming to our town Mr. Brown has established a splendid business, and because he is re liable and accomodating, he will be able to retain it through the years to come. In summing up of the business of the community it would be incomplete with out due mention being made of Mr. R. H. Batson, who is one of the mercantile war horses of the county. He has made a success of life and application to business, fair deals and liberal sup ply of printers ink have been largely responsible. He has always brought on a beautiful supply of goods and this year 13 no exception. It has always been hard for us to re member that H. T. Logan carries a large line of ladies ready to wear gar ments so accustomed are we to think of him as the haberdasher, but we want to say to you, dont you forget it, for he has on a line of exclusive high class tailored and lingerie garments. He is just as ambitious to please the ladies as the gentlemen, and applies the Golden Rule to every business transaction. We hadn't intended to mention Jim Smith because we thought those socks and ties would speak for themselves, but Jim is so competent, obliging and is always "dar wid de stuff" so we ask you to pay him a call and be convinced. In summing it all up and without any attempt to flatter our ( milliners and merchants we want to say no town of our size carries a larger or better sup ply of goeds, then why go elsewhere to , buy, why not spend your money at home, in this OUR TOWN' and make it the ideal town of the State. Dr. Locke's lecture at the court house Friday night will be both interesting and instructive. Hear him. wttitmmtm mwtvM My Spring Millinery complete with my own and imported Creations Inspection Invited. Your Patronage Solicited. Mrs. ftda Kinnaird EftrWftfetr WW HOR yES WANTED I will be in noon of Lancaster, the after- Tuesday, April 1st to buy Horses for Southern market. W. E. CODY. COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. F m For Coupons Out of the Duke's Mixture Sack .SOL. re pm vxilsfa'' -a -a - TTA r.b Many men are getting untold pleasure out of the Liggetl& Myers Duke's Mixture sck. One 5c packatre holds many pipefuls of pure, mild smoking or, if you please, it will make many cigarettes of the good old-fashioned kind that you roll yourself. J ?je& TfCp SkUiteL ''e, v -so. tm '5P w Duke's Mixture, made by the liggctt & Myers Tobacco Co. at Dur ham, N. C, is the favorite with ciga rette smokers. 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