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PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACTr AND GOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 4. 1915. tWKNTT rlfTII TIAR. HUHBIR 41. Keenkutter Cutlery & Edge Tools Pocket Knives, Scissors, Razors, Axes, Etc. Each and every one covered with the strong est Guarantee that can be put on them. Should one prove defective In the mi nutest point, it will be replaced without cost to you. Make our store your headquarters. CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS 3ME 3E J- 1 szklSe The Nappanee Best on the market. Ask these men who have them. W. E, Moss, John Adam;, Jni Clark. R. L. Burton. W. T. Brndsliaw, J. B. Kinnaird. S. A. HILL, AGENT, LANCASTER, RY. IE DC DG 3 To INSURE In a Leading American Company Such as the Springfield fire and Marine. CAPITAL. 3.000,000,00 3 THOMAS & ELKIIN, Agents. M Please hand us that $ Get In the pony contest. Atk for coupom In the I'ony Contest. "Trey O' Hearts" tonight. Hex Theater. 1000 votes with every subscribers, new or old. Be aure you have It before you write your check. Subscribe for the Itecord and get 1,000 votea on the pony and cart. For all Magazines see "Miss Dollv" Country Gentleman now $1.00 a year. Small reward for a bank that will allow an overdraft. Apply at this office. Read what our merchants sav on page 6. Iluy from them and get vot ing coupons. Have you children? Do you want to make them happy? It so get in on the pony contest. "The Master Key" Is drawing bump er crowds, and each episode grows more Interesting. Read our article on Health, Pleasure and Recreation. Give your children all three by securing them the pony and cart. It is said bank notes and money are great disseminators of small por. If man must have the disease I know of no better way to get it. The first spring month was ushered in Monday, it was a cold raw dav, and we will say it came in like, a linn, hop ing it will go out like a lamb. I am now prepared to do nice dress making at reasonable rates. Am located in Mrs. Nannie Rogers Powell old stand, Mrs. J. W. Aker. A Mercer Co. woman took advan tage of the last day of Febuary" and killed her husband, it being unlawful to kill husbands, in Boyle and Mercer, after the first day of March. After talking to two of our friends one of whom has a new biby at his house, the other a fresh-air crank who sleeps outdoors and takes cold baths, we tried to change the subject to war. Cover your patches of turnip and other greens, if you have not already done It, with straw litter about four Inchea or over deep and you will force it a month ahead of that left bare. If this be so it will' repay you well fur the little cost, don't you think! A preacher was fined $50 at Somerset for making naughty remarks to a woman who brought a pet poodle to church, the jury finding that so long ai the woman and the dog acted decor ously there waa nt occasion for the preacher to aaaa her. We are sure the poodle acted more decorously and dis turbed the preacher less than some boys and girts we have seen in church MORE POPULAR SPEAKER. Dr. Crossfleld, of Transylvania University, will lecture Sunday night at Christian Church, his subject will be. The Great Life Plan. Dr. Crossfleld Is a forceful speaker and we bespeak for mm a large audience. HIGH CLASS ENTERTAINMENT The C. K . nt tti. rhrl.tl.n Aknl. are hoping to secure the Transylvania Glee Cluh tar M.nh !inth TM. .Ink ts composed of two professors and 21 sonege uoys. They nresent s nlav. hlah class music and popular songs. FINE PIANIST Mr. Raymond Huehes. of Louisville. who Is the niano nlaver at the Onera House, is said, by those who know, to be the finest pianist in Kentucky. A great many go just to hear him and all pronounce him a wonder. He pleases all classes, playing both ragtime and Classical music. BUYS ANOTHER FARM. Mr. J. I. Hamilton purchased last week of J. Y. and J. F. Robinson their farm out the Kemper lane on the Lex ington pike and containing about 350 acres, for $85 an acre. This farm is known as the William Clark farm and is considered one of the most productive in the county. JONES-YEAKEY. Mr. Gooch Yeakey, a prosperous farmer of Hedgevilleand Miss Gertrude Jones, one of the belles of Hedgeville, were made man and wife by Rev. F. M. Tinder last Friday afternoon. The bride waa a cousin of Mrs. Jim Hatcher and the ceremony was performed at her residence on Water Street. Many good wishes and congratulations are extended the happy couple. LOOK OUT FOR THEM. From different nnrfn of thn rnuntrv coma Stories of a swindle lueremfullv worked on farmers who thought they were going to get cheap groceries. Two smooth strangers went through the communities taking orders for a house in Chicago, pretending to sell a standard brand of sugar and flour so cheaply that every fanner visited took from $10 to $G0 worth and other things besides. Because of the low prices the flour and sugar had to be "paid in ad vance." It ia alleged that in one com munity the swindlers picked up soma $3,000 and no groceries delivered. Somerset Journal. NEAR ACCIDENT. While awitching a car of coal on to the elevated track of Hudson and Hughes last Tuesday morning, the front truck of the car jumped thn track and came near toppling over before the train could be stopped. 'Jimmie" Highland, the head brakernan on "Old Henry", and one of the most accommo dating boys one ever meets, was on tha derailed car at the time and thinking that it was sure to go over, jumped to the ground a distance of 15 feet and seriously sprained his knee. The car was stopped in about Its length and no further damange was done. "Jimmie" was sent to Richmond on the eleven o'clock train and his friends hope for his speedy recovery. ON AND AFTER MARCH 15, 1915. By reason of an order Issued by the Banking Commissioner at Frankfort Ky, to The Garrard Bank and Trust Co, of Lancaster, Ky and by reason of orders issued by the Comptroller of Currency at Washington D. C to The National Bank, and the Citizens National Bank, of Lancaster, Ky., Bank Of Bryantsville, Bryantsvllle, Ky., we the undersigned banks acting under these respective orders, will not be allowed to pay any check, order or note of any one unless he has the money on deposit to his credit sufficient to pay the same when presented 1 This will be enforced so far as possible from this date, and STRICTLY ENFORCED ON AND AFTER MARCH 1515 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 all 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 overlooking it. We will much appreciate your aid and co-operation in helping bring about this necessary change. , Signed The Garrard Bank and Trust Co., The National Bank, i Citizens National Bank, f Bank Of Bryantsville.' aft. SAD DEATH. Mr. T. R. StultS. haa lust retllrnnt from Columbia, where he was called h. the illness and death of a hlnvH daughter, Mrs. Fannie Stulta Browning. Mr. atuits has the sympathy of the many friends he has made since coming to our county. In his sad bereavement. MRS ALICE B. WALKER DEAD Mrs. Alice Berkley Walker died at a sanitarium in Lexington after a pro traded illness of paralysis and nervcus prostration. She was a native of Jessamine county and a member of a prominent family. She married Mr, T, B. Walker, of Lancaster, and after his death a few years ago, she returned to Nicholasville to make her home. She is survived by two sons, George, age 18 a student in State University, and Thomas, agtd 13. She is also survived by a brother, S. A. Barkley, a wealthy farmer, and two sisters, Mrs. W. L. Steel, of Nicholasville, and Mrs. Mary Uoty, of Winnsboro. S. C. The funeral services of Mrs. Walker, were held Sunday afternoon at the resi dence of her sister, Mrs. W. U Steel, Rev. Coakley, of the Baptist Church, and Rev. J. J. Rice, of the Presby terian Church, officiating. Mrs. Walker came to Lancaster as a bride, and all who knew her learned to to love her and deeply sympathise with the two boya in the losa of a devoted mother. , CORRECTION. The coal business of Burnam and Rucker at Paint "Lick, has not been purchased by Mr. John Coldiron. as waa stated In last issue, but still re mains a part of tha firm's business and will be under the management of Mr. Roy Estridge. Mary Blanche Conn's name haa been entered In the "Pony Contest". All votes and assistance given will be thankfully recieved. 3-4-lt Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. Conn, RUNAWAY JUNE" At Roman's Optra. House. One of the most Interesting serial pictures and one that has nroven verv popular all over the country, will start at the Koman s Opera House, on Mon day night, March ICth. Mr. Romans knows how to cater ji the "movie" public and ia very fortunate In securing "Runaway June", which starts on this nieht and we fppl certain will prove a popular aerial. COURSE OF STUDY IN MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS. The course of study In the moonlight schocls this year will Include, besides reading, writing, arithmetic, drills In language, history, geography and civ ics, one hundred questions and answers in each ot the following subjects: Health and Sanitation, prepared bv the State Board of Health: Roads and Road Building, prepared by Hon. R. C. Ter rell, Mate Commissioner of Roads; Agriculture, prepared by Hon. J. W. Newman, Commissioner of Agriculture: Domestic Science, prepared bv Ml Mary E. Sweeney, Head of Department Domestic Science, State University. ALEXANDER BANK DIRECTORS SUED. John J. Williams, for th Kra Hunt Ing Commissioner, has filed suit atnint the directors of the defunct Alexander bank for 3104,000, representing the principal and interest of notes the banking commissioner charges were used for the sole b-ncfit of George Alexander and or which Mr. Alexander assumed all responsibility on the wit ness stand in his recent trial In which he was sentenced to an Indeterminate term in the Frankfort prison. The notes themselves acrereirated $84,000 and the interest brings the to tal amount sued for to $104,000. After setting ud each note not exe cuted by Mr. Alexander the petition alleges that the money went for the use and benefit of George Alexander. This is the largest suit ever filed in the Bourbon Circuit Court. CIRCUIT COURT CONVENES Judge Hardin On bench and DtcfetU Beb Rapidly Cleared. Promptly at ten o'clock last Monday morning, with Judge Hardin on the bench and Commonwealth Attorney tmmet Puryear and County Attorney Green Glay Walker on hand to see that tha screws were put to all violators of the law. Circuit Court was opened here for a three weeks term. After the usual formslity of opening the court and the calling of the grand-jury was completed. Judge Hardin announced that Hon. Emmet Puryear had been aaked to instruct the grand-jury, which was done with the ease, grace and solemnity of a Judge with many years of experience. The large audience in the court house at the time, listened with much interest to Mr. Puryear and he held the attention of the jurors for more than twenty minutes and he cover ed, in that time, most every violation of the law from a cigarett smoker to a first degree murderer. He spoke of the grand-jury being the eye of the citizenship, to stand behind theofficers of the law, to see that same was en forced, of the citizen, who was the breeder of crime, who sees a man with a deadly weapon concealed and refuses to report it, classing such men as op posed to the enforcement of the law. He touched Uki the violation of the local option law and said that he believed that it was true that this law was being violated every day in the city of Lancaster: he said that laws had been passed to make it a serious crimn to sell or possess for sale, vinus spirtnus or malt liquors and that this law was passed to prevent drunkedness and the crimes Ih.t are committed by persons Tvhlle under the influence of liquor. He called attention to the new law which providen for a much larger penalty for carrying concealed weapons than formerly and asked that investor tlons be made along this line and adding that, In his opinion, it was one of the worst offenses of all and the violator should be punished for it. At the con clusion of the instructions Mr. Puryear was warmly congratulated upon his maiden effort in this line. The following have been chosen to serve as jurymen during the present term. . . Grand Jury. RobtBoaln. Foreman, W. R. BastlnSec, Joe Boaln, Geo. A. Brown, Floyd Curtis, R. K. Conn. J. W. Palmer, R. L. Rose. Frank Brown. Thomas Rry, PoxUr Rich. Francis Clark, Petit Jury. Walter Norman, Burdette Ramsey, Hugh Hlgnlte. I. F. Naylor. J. B. Lawsou. Mack Henderson, M. F. Ledford, M. b. Burnside, W. B. Denny, H. P. Conn, Jno F. Marsee, J. G. Doty, Jr. Edgar Price. R. L. Elkln, V. A. Lear, J. R Dean, Wm. Onstott. J. W. Hill. G. H. Hammonds, Reuben Prather, E. C McWhorter, T. L. Broadus, Joe AWrldge, Woods Walker. "ZUDORA" ie Gri if mjn 1 mmmm mm"l ist I We Are S' ttj ! raeaaquar ters For 5A Plush Robes are generous size, warm, long of wear, made in beautiful patterns and rich colors. Buy one for vour nwn comfort, and ask for 5A when you buy. BUY A oua .UNK.T torn .T.trr u.t .ta.li iLAKin roa tmc .t.lc A PLU.H ROM TOK YOU. OWN COMFORT Sold br Wagon Harness tnd Plow Gear. Let Us Show You Our Line of Harness. HASELDEN BROS. rail Wholesale and Retail Hardware. 31 IE READ - - - READ GET OUT YOUR HIDDEN MONEY. BORROW MORE, BEG THE REST and come to the great SHOE SALE. 2,000 pairs of Mens, Ladles and Child rens Shoes doing at cost and below. 53.50 shoes $2.50, $5. shoes at $3.60, $2.50 shoes at $1.75. $1.25 and 98 cents. If yon will only come yon will find shoes that you will bny, don't miss the bargains as shoes are getting higher every day. G. M. LYONS .LANCASTER. - KENTUCKY. I l II II II "ZUDORA" 20,000,000 Mystery At The Opera House Friday tWit Admission: 5 and 10 Cents A 1Z