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NUMBER 5. ?BCBlfX ih JO I ? l d Cnrminnr & ill "" " i you should get something 8 that is good and which you h I can get good results from. W S 1; 2 ft S ; ; f I I 1 Central Record and got out a rattling begin until next week because of the Some peeple still knocking on the good paper. We are pleased to note a Street Fair being here this week. ' building of sidewalks, but Just wait and marked improvement in his health. Mr. Albert Loos 111. Messenger. Mr. Albert Loos a well to do farmer L & N Trains Change Time. Mr. Harry Crutchfield has about and good citizen of the Hubble neighcompleted a handsome new cottage on L & N train No. 10 for Maysville borhood in Lincoln county was taken to Stanford street. and Cincinnati, which has been due at High Oaks Sanitarium at Lexington on New strawberries, the Tennessee Lancaster at 5:14 a. m. changed its Monday. Mr. Loos was suffering with product, have made their appearance on time on last Monday morning and U a nervous ailment which his physician now due Iiere at 5 a. m., and No. 9 re- thought might be relieved by a short the local market. turning reaches Lancaster at 8:12 p. stay a the sanitarium. jj Sheep shearing is in progress and m. instead ot 8:15 p. m. as neretotore. Local Man Wins Prize. many a winter coat will be lost within Remember the early train leaves at ." o'clock sharp, and do'nt get left. the next few weeks. Mr. J. S. Scalf the local agent for the Singer Sewing Machine Co. showed No signs of work beginning work on Residence Properly Sold. us a handsome gold watch which was the new filter, guess they too will have Hughes & Swinebroad sold to Mr. G. presented to him by his company for to wait on the street fair. A. Swinebroad for the Misses Shugars the best business done and the made during the month of The increase in the number of of Richmond, their handsome residence 0 BlESBS K g automobiles in the community does not on Danville street in this citv, price March of this year, he winning oyer a seem to interfere with the number of private. The property is the old number of other agents. The watch is buggies in use, and local merchants are Shugars homestead and is one of the a handsome one and is valued at about selling an unprecedented number this handsomest residences in Lancaster, $30. and until recently has been occupied by spring. Charley Yater Painfully Injured. Mr. Jesse C. Fox and family. Are your premises in a sanitarj Charley, the eighteen year old son of condition? If not you had better see Large Verdict. Mr. Henry Yater who lives near that they are rendered so at once, both was painfully injured by the Dank Ball was given a verdict for as a protection to yourself and family against the Evans accidental uiscnarge ot a small rule in $6000. damages M and to avoid a visit from the sanitary Chemical Company is the Boyle circuit the hands of a young son of Mr. James Our experience in the repairing of various oflicers, court last week. Mr. Ball while work- Naylor. Young Yater was shooting at us in a position to know a machinery places From the amount of farming ing in the mines of the above named a lizard which was crawling on a stump j machinery being hauled out of town by company near Danville had his leg and when he failed to hit it, laid down piece of Machinery better than the average the farmers, one would gather the broken and was otherwise seriously his gun and attempred to catch the lizard; the ten year old Naylor boy who man. is injured which are thought to be impression that the country was with him picked up the gun and in piosperous, the crop outlook is promissome manner it was discharged, the you the benefit of this exper- We offer ing and the merchants are doing good ball striking young Yater in the right Second Excursion Last Sunday. business. of a line of ience in the selection hand and ranging upward toward the The second Sunday excursion of the wrist. He was brought to town and Mr. Carrier Withdraws. season was run to Cincinnati on last Dr. Burnett made an unseccessful Elsewhere in this issue of the Record Sunday morning and carried with it a probe for the bullet. The wound while will be found the withdrawal of Mr. goodly number of people from the town a very painful cne, is not considered W. S. Carrier from the race for the and counties, for whom the conditions dangerous. No blame attaches to the nomination for sheriff of Garrard coun- in the flood district seems to have no young Naylor boy for the deplorable ty. The withdrawal of this clever gen- terrors. We like to see all of our citi- accident. tleman and splendid democrat will zens, both black and white do the best Many Losses. prove a disappointment to his many possible for themselves, but we do friends tnroughout the county, who greatly deplore the scarcity of labor Insurance is worthy of great conoccasioned in the community by the have considered htm a winner. perennial excursions of these summer sideration, 'and should be given to an k agent who studies carefully the propwhich we offer you strictly on their merits. tourists. Plants, Plants, Plants,. osition, watches and works to the inVariety Tomato and Sweet Potato Kindly give us a chance to demonstrate. terest of the assured. In anv kind of Confederate Pensions Upheld. Plants, for sale. Phone 212. insuiance, the whole time and attenJudge Stout in the Franklin circuit tion of a live representative is neces-sary,- it Mrs. George Smith, Sr. court last week in a case from that is just as important as any other county decided in favor of the grant- line of business, with all due respects to Brass Meeks And Milam Reel. H 31 a" fe Si. &3 RtS k Yt. ing of pensions to Confederate soldiers "side line agts" this has been closely Lost between Floyds mill and Danand held that the treasurer should is- demonstrated by the many losses which ville, return to this office and receive sue check to them in accordance with one agent has had in the last few $3.00 reward. the law enacted by the last legislature; weeks. This agent represents a full an appeal was prayed and granted and line of Insurance and constantly giving Head Aches Forgotton. the case will be immediately taken to the people his entire time and attention. Eye Strain headaches relieved, Byrne's the court of appeals, which is the This applies to Mr. E. C. Gaines who Scientific Sstem of Eyeglass fitting court of last resource in the case. has adjusted lately, promptly and withOffice over Stormes When this tribunal passes upon the does the wotk. out one cent discount the following Drug stoic. case, the old Confederate soldiers will losses. R. C. Schooler, Jas. H. Turknow whether or not they are to re- ner, Jeptha Onstott, C. A. Robinson, ceive their pensions, to which some Mrs. Emma Daniel, A. P. Sloan, Jcs. have been looking forward to so eager- - Clark, Ed Clark, W. B. Blanks, T. and ly. D. Rankin, F. D. Gaines, J. W. Sweeney, Arch Stevens, W. M. Hendren. Mis. Good Performers. B. F. Walter Allie Sanders and GarOne of the features of Littlejohn's rard Co court. , United Shows at the ball park this House. week is the Country Circus. Joe Clemmons, the contortionist, known as Mr. John House a well known citizen the boneless wonder, bends his body in of the county died at the home of his all shapes imaginable and has puzzled son Albert House on the New Danville the greatest scientists of the world. pike at 6 o'clock on last Saturday afterAnother feature act of this Circus is noon and his remains were intetred in the Moore children, the undisputed the Lancaster cemerery at 2:30 o'clock champion trick and fancy roller skaters Sunday afternoon. Mr. House has of the world. They are the only child- beon a long sufferer from a complicaren in the world who have mastered tion of diseases and for the last few the art of performing on unicycles months his death has been expected twenty inches high; one under each almost momentarily. foot, defying all known laws of graviMr. House was born and raised in tation. Dont fail to see these per- Garrard county and was nearing his formers at the Country Circus. seventy sixth milestone at the time of his death. He was a kindlv hearted The Carnival. man, a good friend and neighbor and Co. is mak had a great number of friends throughThe Littlejohn Carnival ing its second appearance in Lancaster out the county who will mourn his loss. this week and is enjoying an immense He is survived by two brothers, Mr. business. The shows are very much Thomas House of this county and improved over last year, and several James House of .Missouri, both of whom i ' " interesting attractions have been added are his elders, and by one sister, Mrs. Two free attractions each afternoon, Taylor Hicks who resides in Colorado. the high dive and a balloon ascension The following children also survive Hunter, Malcom G. Jordon, draws large crowds, and the majority of the people visit the various attracti- Cleveland, Albert and George, and two daughters, Mrs. Silas Case and Mrs ons before leaving the lot. Mr. Littlejohn is very popular in Thomas McMillan. Lancaster and the people are always Stock Law To Be Enforced. glad to see him bring his attractions here, and feel satisfied that he will ofMany of our citizens have beautiful fer nothing but high class moral enter- lawns, lawns which are not fenced and tainments, which it is perfectly safe in which they take great pride. It is for the most fastidious to visit without to say the least annoying to awake fear of seeing or hearing aught that some morning and find that some stray could offend. cow or nog has spent the night on your premises much to the detriment Card Of Withdrawal. of those beautiful lawns. lhere is a law prohibiting the runI have for some time been an announning at large of stock on the streets of for the democratic nominc-tionfced candidate the office of Sheriff of Garrard Lancaster, and any stock caught loose county, and have received much encour- will be impounded and the owner will agement at the hands of the citizens of be compelled to pay a fee to have the county, for which I am deeply them released. Our goods were bought at the very lowest prices, therefore we grateful. However, as the time for If you are annoyed by stray stock, the Primary Election draws nigh I find telephone to the Chief of Police and he are prepared to give you the very best of BARGAINS. During this that mv business affairs have assumed will look after the annoyance, or a betSALE we are going to give you a DISCOUNT OF TEN PER CENT. This such an attitude as to prevent me from ter and quicker way, get a small boy making such a thorough canvass of the to drive the roving annoyance to the special discount, with the very low price we have on our goods encounty as would be necessary to assure city stray pen and call upon the Chief success, and I have therefore decided of Police, who will pay him twenty Garments at very low prices. ables you to buy ready-to-we- ar five cents, which is on 2 half of the imto withdraw from the race. I have been heretofore honored with pounding fee, and which comes off of a public office by the goqji people of the owner of the stock, for his trouble. There is a comparatively small Garrard county, and for this I wish to of stock roaming at large, but it extend my sincere thanks, as well as for the many promises I. have had of takes, only one hungry cow or a pair of support for the nomination for sheriff, rooters to destroy in one night a lawn and to assure the citizens who have which has cost its owner many weeks proven so loyal to me that I shall ever of time and trouble to say nothing of remember their kindness with grati the expense, and when he finds it is naturally in no amiable tude. Venrtrulv. W. S. Carrier. -- SP'"1 I I Not a street in the city but what there is a building going up. ?5 Corn planting about finished and tobacco setting soon to begin. Mr. Valfier Improving. Sidewalk Building Delayed. Many contracts have been let for the Hon. Green Clay Walker, of putting down of concrete walks about was in town yesterday. Mr. was for several years editor of the town, but the most of them will not TOE KI&G F EASY RIDERS ' QcHtwitfiihefain )' I A I . -- a ipfifio flear -- he Weal buggy KT.AvJ 'T"3 Genuine comfort. 0 riding When You pay your good ItliniBIUBllIS Money for "BANKER" SUQGY Mo. 65 Lot t's show ou this htigsy. It's upholstered with genuine leatlur and nuiie with jmiiue kitlKr quarter top, v.ith Vardwfiixi mrat body and bono-'r- y, split hickory wheels. I' r c imf jrtahle. o tah'ics, this buggy is without n c ; ! on .ho i .rkot. Come iu! ca--rii- t lj SILUOiri S j a kxq Unfi I u l "Mc-Crear- y, g u tl & el arness! 3S Harness! liiVPH I U$kM l n?Bd fj.jh BBSSyafcsy w Disc Harrows, Corn Plan- a Lancaster, Kentucky. ters, anil Drills, Cultivators Etc., g p i Lancaster, Ky. k 4 We Live and Let Live. bull EI MI1 I 3t i OVER STOCKED ON m&K f. Sii I3 uy fez ki H W5 Ett A n Greatest R Pfi A IMS fcyer Offered in Lancaster. My large warerooms on Stanford street and new store- room on Richmond street adjoining Opera House, are packed. They must be sold. Don't miss these bargains DEPARTMENT. " " " " " RRffinnincr Stiirrfav llav 3rd I I I W. I J. EOMANS. him:-Mess- rs and will continue until Saturday, May 10th We have an excellent line of Suits, Coats, Dresses "and Costumes bought direct from the largest and best houses of New York. Our goods are all NEW and our styles are the very latest. M h By Their Feet Stern old winter now is dying; Spring is tripping on her way; Little flies will soon be flying, They are due now every day. Screens and swatters will not save you, Mashing flies was never neat "Tanglefoot" does the business, ' t t or Gets them by their little feet. H. T. LOGAN, Lancaster, Kentucky. ) We Sell, Use and Recommend It. t t X Davidson i A Doty k ) t.MZT VI V Page 2 The Central Record; more than the number of voters The Central Record, Friday, May 9, 1913,. the boundary that no precinct will have Will Be Established Soon. We are exceedingly sorry chat Such In The Toils. Lancaster Death Rate As Reported In Horrors. as dian impression should reach the outside Daily Papers Deters People From Chief Herron and his deputy Ernest The county Clerk's office shows that A Lancaster gentleman is in receipt rected by law. world, when there is so little of truth incorporated. with the assistance of Purchasing Property And BeIt is important that every legal voter Hibbard, as chief detective are Claude of a letter from an official of the L&N in it. There is not a healthier country not a single marriage license has bevfl year. $1.00 a seeing R. R. in which he says Issued Weekly. be permitted to participate in the elec- Prewitt that it had been in the world than Garrard county, and issued for almost a month, something coming Citizens the to it that the best of order is preserved intended to put into effect the proposea tion. With seperate ballots for the mortality is far below the average unheard of. and why it is Clerk Boone young changes in J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. April loth is the Here. the L & N trains on this candidatei for School Superintendent at the Carnival. Rolla Simpson a in this county, and we sincerely wish is unable to tell. the and women voting in that election, and white man made his appearance at in- division on May 15th, but because of the A gentleman who has recently pur- - that this article could be as widely cir last date on which a license was issued R.L. ELKIN. Business Manager. in an making of some physical connections at . chased valuable nronertv in Lancaster culated as some of the articles to the and heretofore Clark county briilea with the city election all held by the grounds on Monday evening have been plentiful during April. -Entered at tlio Tot Office in Lancaster, Ky., regular officers of the election, it is toxicated condition, he was taKen from Winchester, which would of a necessity j and who will soon become a citizen of contrary which are daily perused by grounds and given an opportunity as Second Class Mull Matter. quite probable that the officers would the ucmj uje uauis, it litis uwn ueciueu uj the community, informs the Record the reading public, often, as was the Democrat. to go home, but he returned and was girls have given out we stilt If Member Kentucky Press Association be unable to record the vote in the time promptly jailed and Judge Harris fined defer the change until these changes that he had about persuaded a weathy case in this instance, to the detriment h&ve the a few left in Garrcrtl. are made, but that the changes will friend of his to come to Garrard to of the county. allotted. and him $5 and costs. surely be made in the near future. The court will likely create one or locate, and just about convinced him Eighth District Publishers League. Robert Gibbs colored, "pinted" a Metcalfe. Y. M. C. A. PROGRESS May Term more new precincts at the that it was the best place on earth to colorpistol at Harrison Anderson also Mr. Adrian Metcalfe Sr. one of the of court and rearrange the boundary of ed, live, but on seeing him a few days laYears Report Shows Great Growth. Lancaster, Ky., Hay 9, 1913. ?25. and costs for carrying concealValuable Information. the othtr precincts. ter, to hi3 surprise he was informed good old citizens of the Paint Lick vied weapons. Robert is in jail. cinity died at his home on White Lick During the past year there were It may be found necessary to create Roy Carrier a white man from near that he had abandoned the idea. Unon We are devoting considerable Space irni;rinnr thf rni1CA ha irraa infnnviail creek on last Sunday morning of the 125'OCO men and boys in Bible classed "- "- I- nFor Political Announcements a new Justice district after the voting Hubble fell a prey to one of Chief Her-ron- 's Iin ..: :issue 01 .L. necoru Rates ""o iiiiuiureu inhrmities of age. Mr. Metcalfe at of the Y. M. C. A. and the attendance - me Ti una lor me uene- - , precincts are changed. However, this snares and was caught selling a nt ot the candidates who are to orcu that the death rate was too high in the time of his death was near 07 years j at all religious services For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 will be later considered. wa3 5,818,71b. 10.00 quart of whiskey, and confessed, he late petitions to have their names plac- - this locality for him to think of loca- - of age, and was beyond question the There were 6C.C00 enrolled at nitiht or County Offices nnnn liointr fnrthoo miAotinn- finer was given a fine of $60. and costs, and ed upon the ballots at the co i. ing Aug- - . ,. 15.00 For State and District Offices oldest person in the county. His re- educational classes and 300,000 in phi-ica- i ,.,;,, Jnfnrm.tlon WBa 10 Notwithstanding that he also is in jail. the fact For Calls, per line ust primary election. This information the prospective citizen upon scanning mains were interred in the cemetery at training. The membership is now Bryan 10 Secretary William Jennings Lancaster is not the place for the is compiled from information secured For Cards, per line Manse on Monday. He was born in 506,100. The Association is workin made a trin across the continent to far evil doer, nor is carnivol week the time from the law itself and from other the daily papers and seeing the number West Virginia but came to Kentucky among the men of the packing house, For all publications in the inter-s- t off California to use his good offices in for their operations; the local lodge of authentic sources, and is approximately of deaths appearing under a Lancaster in his youth and settled in the eastern foundries, shops and of individuals or expresfattorios; among an effort to prevent the legislature of Odd Fellows and Manager Littlejohn correct, but as a newspaper, like all date line, reached the conclusion that part of the .state, where he married boys working individual views, per sion of in mines, cotton mills. there were more deaths "in the vicinity and that afterward emigrated to this county. ' stores and in messenger serv ice; umoHfc tint..... .. ................ .1" Anti-Alie- stiite from enacting into law the are giving Chief Herron every assist people, is not infallible, and we would of Lancaster" than any where else in n 05 Land Ownership Bill, both ance, and it is proposed to maintain advise each and every candidate to read Obituaries, per line Mr. Metcalfe comes of English parent students in college and MO.000 high the world. branches of the body passed the bill in the best of order throughout the week. carefully the law which is given in full age and has made several trips to Lon School boys; among the million railrarU We will admit that such an impressa very short time after hearing Mr. upon the back of the petitions, and to ion has gained circulation, but we most don Eng., the home of his forefathers. men; among soldiers and sai!ors:among We are authorized to announce the In County will not sign the Live Stock In Garrard acquaint himself thoroughly with it, emphatically deny that such is the case. He is survived by his wife and several lumbermen, the country bovs. the im- following candidates for Democratic Bryan. Gov. Johnson bill however, until Mr. Bryan has had and in order that he may make no mis- The daily press nearly every day chron- sons and one daughter, among the sons migrants as they sail, land and reach Remarkably Good Condition. Nominations. time to get back to Washington and being Mr. James Metcalfe of Paint thousand points; amon take that might prove detrimental to construction Live stock in Garrard county of all his interests. We also publish the con- icles happenings under a Lancaster date Lick and Dr. Metcalfe of Indiana and gangs pioneering For State Senator. confer with President Wilson in regard railroads and building place "near Lancaster", line as taking good Gov. Johnson has ten description is in remarkably to the matter. struction placed upon the law by At- when in fact the happening occured in Mr. Isaiah Metcalfe of this county. bridges; among colored men and th CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. free from torney General James days in which to sign or veto the bill, condition, and entirely Adrian Metcalfe ranked among Indians: amomr the men of tho Garnett, which Of Boyle County. ..! neighboring county, perhaps over Mr. Mnn..,.... :: . .. lw. r but has expressed his intention of wait- disease, but going upon the theory that will prove of interest to the candidates some ' ",c teeming cities or the far East, as well fifty miles from Lancaster, and the i unnpr Rarrnrfl y . hnnnrnhlo ing a reasonable length of time upon "an ounce of preventative is better themselves and also to all persons inFor Representative. persons mentianed in his dealings with his fellow men and as ln,orth ana feoutn America. It ha any action the authorities atWashington than a pound of cure", the farmers and terested in the coming primary, the circumstances and means, methods and the messag are wholly- unknown to Lancaster and . a conscientious,' christian old trentle- - found JOHN M. FARRA. may desire to take, but it is thought stockmen are using every precaution, first one to be held under the new law. Garrard county people. to reach them all. J. R. MOUNT. to sign the precaution born of experience, will eventually that he maintain the healthy condition of their measure. For County Judge. animals. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. F ' HE Cattle and horses having been provid3E " JAMES A. BEAZLEY. Attention Candidates Should You Fail To ed with first class provender during the past winter, have emerged from the s For Sheriff. Observe The Following Provisions winter in good condition and the splendid spring grass is rapidly rounding C. A. ROBINSON. II Of The Election Law, Your Name them out into fat sleek animals, ready ASHBY ARNOLD. the market. for the farm work and W. L. LAWSON. OF Will Not Appear Upon The Sheep and lambs are also in splendid W. S. CARRIER. condition, scabies was never prevalent Ballots At The August to any great extent, is now thoroughly For County Attorney. eradicated, and foot rot, which is makPrimary Election. G. B. SWINEBROAD. ing its appearnce and threatening to GREEN CLAY WALKER. become a menace in some parts ef the We publish the following extracts state is entirely absent from this For Jailer. from the election laws, together with county, however. County Live Stoc for the varithe number ol votes cast JACK ADAMS. Inspector Col. A. D. Leavell, strongly ous electors at the recent presidential DAVE ROSS. advises that every farmer dip his sheep and guidance election for the benefit as against thoroughly future of candidates who wish to circulate contingencies. The For Assessor. state quarantine petitions to have their names apDAVE C. SANDERS. which has been maintained on sheep pear upon the ballots at the coming E. B. RAY. for the past two and ono half years, August primary. Petitions may be was raised the first of this month, as J. B. COLLIER. had upon application to County Clerk W. L. HUFFMAN. througn the splendid efforts of the state J. W. Hamilton and the payment of live stock officers, with the cooperation fifty cents, these petitions contain a For School Superinlendant. of the county officers and the farmers full and complete copy of the election themselves, scabies has been thoroughly HIGGINS. MISS JENNIE law. and it would be well for every eradicated, and Kentucky flocks may candidate to read it carefully before now be driven on the public highways For Magistrate. circulating his petition. or shipped from the state without the Alone with this petition each candi 1st District. formality of securing a certificate to . . . date must file a nominating petition JOHN N. WHITE. accompany them. signed by electors of his city, county not a great many Suits at this price and those There are WALTON E. MOSS. Many farmers are making generous or district each of whom must declare SHIPTONH. ESTES. additions to their droves of hogs, as who come first will find the best selection. Among intention to support the candidate for DAVIS SUTTON. high prices have seriously them are plain navy serges, checks and novelties. none of whom the recent whom they sign, and 2nd District depleted them, and as a matter of. shall sign any other such paper for precaution, many of them are having' CHARLES C. BECKER. another seeking the same office. In all of their hogs vaccinated, both those TAYLOR T. BURDETT. addition to his name each signer must which they have had on hand and those LOGAN ISON. give the location of his residenc- ewhich they add to the drove. This is . .. street number if it be in a city and indeed a wise move, as it has been authorized to announce the the date of signing. We are proven that vaccination wards off Beautiful Suits of Bedford Cord, Poplins, checks Many handsome suits are included in this assortNo person can sign the nominating following candidates for city offices. cholera and tire cost is trivial when and serges in all colors and black. The style, finish ment. The materials are Serges Bedford Cords and political party other than that of compared with the loss occasioned to a For Police Judge. and workmanship on these is the very best. which the signer is a member, that is novelties All are tailored in the newest styles. drove of hogs from the ravages of to say, any man who is registered as a E. W. HARRIS. cholera. Progressive, or who is known to have J. P. PRATHER. rn neighboring counties we hear of voted as a Progressive, cannot sign the horses suffering with what has been petition of a Republican or a Democrat diagnosed as "Black tongu", but as' The Republicans and Progressives in or vice versa. Our line of Children's Dresses is the best we yet this disease, which is in a very We are sole agents here for the celebrated county are unable to reconcile this Candidates for county offices can semalignant form, very contagious as have ever shown. fitting garment "Electric" House Dresses, the best their differences. Each organization is cure names from any precinct they Beautiful styles in Bulgarian and Russian Blous striving to impress those who formerly wish, or all from one precinct, but well as infectious, has not made its made. of affiliated with the old Republican party names from each precinct must ap- appearance here, but hundreds es in Ginghams, Percales and White Lawns in all styles in these of gingham, Percale Splendid that its organization will weather the pear on seperate sheets, with the horses are being vaccinated as a sizes from 6 to 17 yrs at 98c to $3.50. and Chambray at 98c to $2.50. precaution against it. storm of dissension and will be the name of the precinct at the top of veterinarys are very busy with The contending opponent to the Democratic the sheet. money i party. Candidates for office should be cer- all ot his vaccinating, but it is The Progressives seem to be most tain to secure over three per cent of well spent, and every owner of live i active and promise to have a full ticket their party vote in the last presiden- stock should see that his stock is in the field. The leaders of both or- tial election. Otherwise their peti- immuned against the various forms of ganizations conceded that a failure to tions will be thrown out More than disease which is sweeping the country. once-a-ye- ar Clean stables and sleeping quarters have a ticket would probably result in ten per cent is equally as fatal 'as less are advised, as wed as the liberal use the absorbing of its members by the than three per cent. other should that party fail to be Every candidate from Judge to Con of disinfectants, lime, whitewash etc. fight. The progressives propose stable will have to have a nominating as well as airy well ventilated sleeping in the quarters and clean wholesome food. to have the best men that can be found petition. With a careful observance of the in its organization, candidates for JusThe petitions necessary under the op' tice of the Peace in the four districts erations of the new State primary for above rules of hygiene for stock and in this county. candidates seeking party nominations, the use of the various preventative This is unquestionably a wise move. may be circulated on and after May 5, advised and prescribed by those who Should the new party succeed in having and must be filed with the County know, it is hoped and expected that four such men that will merit the con Clerk not later than July 5. Any nom- Garrard county may be kept free from fidence of the people for this important inating petition circulated by a candi- the various diseases which are proving branch of the county government the date before May 5 will be worthless so disastrous to our neighbors. Progressives may make our Democratic and disqualify him from getting on the Notice. May Sale of May Sale of brethren take notice when November primary oaiiois. uanuiaates lor councomes around. It is pretty generally ty office are required to have on their I have been instructed to make a conceded that the Progressives will petitions the signatures of no less than careful survey of the town and investielect the members of the Fiscal Court 3 per cent, and not an excess of 10 per gate as to the sanitary condition of the All the the new materials for Commencement Dresses. Very special values for this sale in in two of the four districts and should cent of the votes of the party in which streets, alleys and private property of 25c, 35c and 65c Plain and Crepe Voiles, at this new party capture one of the other they seek the nominations. NIGHT GOWNS- -of Crepe and the citizens. This I have done and am districts it would have control of the 25c, 40c and 50c 50c, 85c, $J .00 and $1.25 Mercerized Batiste, at this is based on the vote for party now ready to report the result of my j Nainsook, at Fiscal court. It behooves the Demo- candidates for President at the last investigation. 10c Special value India Linen, at NIGHT GOWNS hand embroidered on cratic party to see to it that its nomi- regular election, which was in Novem In the majority of cases I find the ' 15c, 25c and 35c $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 White Dotted Swisses, at Nainsook, at nees for Justice of the Peace in all the ber. streets alleys and private property in 25c White Piques, narrow or wide wale PRINCESS SLIPS in lace and embroidery four districts are men who can carry As Woodrow Wilson received 1232 good sanitary condition, but like all 35c and 50c the strength of the party in November, votes in Garrard county candidates to rules, there are exceptions. $1.00, $1,25, and $1,50 White French Piques, at trimmed, at In some Men to whom the taxpayers are willing get on the Democratic ballot must localities I find hogs in pens which is ' 15c, 18c and 25c 25c, 50c and 75c White Check Dimities, at CORSET COVERS at to trust the management of the bust have not less than 37 and not more strictly against the law as they are re25c. 50c and $1.00 All Bed Spreads. Sheets, Pillow Cases and Linen DRAWERS at ness affairs of the county. quired to be removed from the city than 123 names to each petition. 69c, 98c. and $.125 SKIRT- S- at As the vote for Air. Taft was 481 to limits by May 1st. I also find several It is provided that a voting precinct get on the Republican ballot the can privies in bad condition and which shall contain not exceeding three hun- aiuates must nave not less tnan 14 nor should have immediate attention. WHITE HOSIERY WHITE FOOTWEAR dred voters. Attention of the county more than 48 names to each petition. I am being held strictly accountable Stylish Pumps for Ladies', Misses Special values in "Onyx" brand court has been directed to the fact that SOLE AGENTS HERE FOR THE ieuuy nooseveit receivea lu&i m for the sanitary condition of the town i and Children in Canvass, Nubuck I several precincts as now laid off in this this county, and the candidates to get and I must follow my instructions, Ladies', Misses' and Hosiery for and and Poplin -- in medium and low county contain many more than that on the Progressive or "Bull Moose" those whose property is in the condition BON-T- ON Children, at I5c, 25c, 35c and 50c CORSETS. number. heels, $1.50 to $3.50 alluded to above are fully cognizant of ticket must have not less than 32 r Although a small vote was polled at more than 105. the fact, and I hope they will remedy the last election 425 votes were reportThe primary election law says that it at once, as we are expecting a visit ' ed from cne of the larger precincts. no candidate can get his name upon from an officer of the State Board of ! Should the women exercise the privi-ledg- e the ballot of his party until he has Health any day, and we wish him to granted to them by the last Gen- filed his petition, stating the office for find our town in good condition, j eral Assembly and participate in the which he is a candidate, his name, age, Anyone having garbage to be dispos- - L election of Superintendent of Schools postoffiee address, political affiliations ed of, if they will place it in a receptthe number of votes would be almost and all other legal qualifications, and acle outside their premises and readily doubled in each precinct. The County pledging himself, if nominated, not to accessible, and notify me, I will have Judge is therefore right in his plan to withdraw, and, it elected, to qualify it called for and carted away without u jaorganize the precincts and so arrange for the office. L. E. Herron, M. C. L. cost. It -- Jj..L.i I h" ,w . J """ "'" yl'"u .... I 3EUZII1E1EIH iri '' Reduced Price Sale Tailored Suits and Coats. We now offer our entire line of Women's and Misses' Tailored Suits and Coats at great reductions from regular low' selling prices. If you have delayed purchasing your Suit for Spring or Summer, you will do well to attend this sale, as you will find many unusual offerings. $15.00 and $18.00 Suits, .now $11.5 $20. & $22.50 Suits, now $15.00 $25. and $28. Suits, now $19,50 ' House Dresses. Children's Dresses. May Sale Of White occasion on which we offer White The Yard Goods and White Garments of every description at prices that make buying a splendid investment. So long as lots last we will fill all mail orders, and deliver free anything that can be delivered by Parcels Post. Muslin Underwear. White Yard Goods. Corsets NEMO Wesh & Wiseman DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. irinifniiiimi . Qo. :!: 3F1E J The Central Recerd, Friday, May 9, 1913. fHEK5 If you cannot come in person, phone or write. Do Page 3 KITCKEVE. BSSygBramjaCJaSHB WH SZIG3KH2a3!LS2333EK:: zsxtotttVZEX&j&ssissci Be sure -- to read not miss this great opportunity. A. B. HQBBBTSON & BUG 1 every item. ! You cannot afford to miss even one. A tea e2 iSfel E31 sp 631 iSB UaV ft WOND Featuring Right at the Height of the Mali3u own Spring Season VALUE, Til 8a P fl FUl ARRAY OF SPECIAL IN LADIES GARMENTS. fiflfll ! sae nm ttl 6,1 s Ifsojf diUrUdf; Mojf Ready-to-We- um No Goods Laid Aside or Sent on Approval. ar DeIn this sale will be included practically everything in our partment, except WOOLTEX suits and Coats. Not garments bought for a sale, but all of the very latest ideas as to style and of the highest qualities. Every price reduction is genuine. White & Novelty Dresses collection Rati-nee- Ladies' Coats. We will offer special inducements on our Ladies' Dresses. (h'7 QC Born to the wife of Handy Kurtz, a lis Spring Clean up. laughter, April 21th. Mr. ami Mrs. Robert Carter attended From the Norfolk Health Bulletin we learn thtit Commissioner Letlerh th funeral of the latters grand-fathehas been given a sjiecial appropriation Mr. Metcalf at Paint Lick Monday. of $100,000 for a spring clean up. The Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simpson have plan to be pursued is published in the returned frm California, whore they g N'ew Yok Citv Health Btftii Cnn his hroih r Thar ie S.'mM--on- . ;J mio.-1'jr w.'iiiji Ji3 bulletin Wiw Lucmdu Cxrtet has hy why s.y ring It aning wtrr hrxii' aft-- r a pk'&s-Hiwsil with her fslo linn: aunt. Mrs. Luthur Uttney atLwytl. fact that "It is a Rev. Dnw-o- ii of Madison Co. IWtil what may be called the general cleanthe pulpit at the MethMli-,tclHircSunup of any municipality when conducted in a systematic manner ami with a day afternoon. The dedication of the scope sufficient to accomplish its pur- church which was announced for the pose thoroughly, has always resulted in first Sunday in June has been postponed a reduction in the mortality in the en- until some indefinate time. suing year. Mrs. Donaldson Jones died at her "The experience of the Federal home near here May 2nd. after a has shown that the rate ing illness of tuberculosis. She wa3 a of reduction hits been in direct propor- - native ot Madison Co. ami was thirty s.mitary sewn years of age. Sympathy of tion to the amount of k Hrfurinetl. jentin eommiinit) ms mit to the grief "The presi nt movement, inaugural- - J stricken husband and e son. Thf ed by the department, has a triple mo- - remains were interred in the Buckeye tive. Not only does the department cemetery. se-- k to remove all waste material which, by its very presence may he deUliYAXTSVlLLE trimental to the general health, but it garamacmw also endeavors to eliminate as far a3 Mr. "Billy" King siient Thursday m possible breeding places of flies and Lexington. other insects which harbor and trans Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams spent mit disease. In the third place, it u Monday in Harrodsburg. hoped that the results obtained this Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess was in spring will prove so beneficial that the Louisville a few days last week. movement for a clean city may become Mrs. James Rankin entertained a an established custom." ' number of her friends at dinner Sunday The New York plan began with an Mrs. Joe Hasehlen awl daughter of inspection of the city, a survey made j litr kivtnnn lnanutnl-.v 4tiiu ajj oi.ivm nioptviuu, ts finil cAiiiu SWTGBe conditions, unit me wont may ix; propMr. Levi Norris was in DanviMe this erly directed. Most important of ail. M How New York Ross Ll ne Ills Womans il :,-- ! Club ; 1! I Robert Long is very ill at hi liome )i 1!., .i.,( I here. r, 1 ittritI h linger-Govcrnme- nt J . We offer for your choosing nearly one hundred new White Dresses at every price from $6 to $45. We feel sure you will say that it is the handsomest ever on sale in Danville. copies of Paris Dresses at about during this sale. one-fift- entire line of Spring Coats (EXCEPT TEX) during this sale. We are WOOL- At this price we offer choice of about forty Silk, Charmeuse Dresses and Chiffon Party Dresses in most all sizes, but mostly one of a kind. . These dresses were originally priced from $13.75 to p.-- w "Also a few very handsome novelties in Broclie h s the price. showing over twenty distinct styles of Coats from $10.00 to $30.00. The materials are Eponge, Checks, Silks, Coverts and Serges in all colors. $20.00. the individual citizen. To bring about the of the individual, lectures are given in churches and schools, before clubs and societies, everywhere that opportunity is found. The newspapers publish city cleaning news. Leaflets are distribted conr"aSteaml wher0Ver el3 IK'lJe On all the above specially low prices will be made Another lot of fine Charmeuse and Silk Dresses, representing many original prices running as high as $32.50. You may have choice for $10.00 " now danviixe RUNS ITS SPRING INC. clean- - $10.00. 1ksih Dresses. Although the season for Wash Dresses is just begun, we will, during this sale only, offer special reductions on all our big stock of Ratine, Linen and Voile Dresses. Tailored Suits At this price we offer a small lot of excellent Tailored Suits made of all wool light grey Novelty cloths lined with all silk Peau de Cygne, finished with shields and inside pockets. Also at this price a few suits from last season in desirable styles re duced from $20. At this very low price ve off er choice of a big lot of C11 S very choice suits in all colors. The materials are Ser4? ges, Diagonals,, Checks, Novelty Mixtures, etc. All are well tailored and finished like high priced suits. At this reasonable price we pifer choice of twenty-fiv- e new Suits in a great variety of styles and materials. Most of these are one of a kind, but most all sizes are represented in the lot. At this price we offer choice of any Suit in the house EXCEPT WOOLTEX that sold up to $27.50. These are all strictly high class in style, materials and tailoring. $4.95 At this price we are offering choice of any of our Chat lie Dresses made of best all wool Challies. Also some very choice Dresses made of pure wool Serges. In addition to the Dresses mentioned we have a number of very "smart" Reception Dresses made of finest Crepe Meteors and Crepe du Chenes and will offer these at very attractive prices during this sale. $185 The annual clean up day was well ob- served yesterday and many wagon loads of trash were hauled out of the . city. n 11UN.U) unuci3 icajRjrRii-- wiv well and had the trash in barrel ready for the hauling. The nest, and really most important step to be taken, is that of keeping the premises clean, is more disgusting than a yard filled with rubbish and trash. As the saving goes. Be decent if you can't .be respectable." Messenger. it.. hcm lu,te '" Mr. Chalmers Callaher was over from Lexington Sunday to see his son, Master John Gallaher. Jin", Sallie B. Welch has returned home from a visit toherduughter'Mrs. Sam Deatherage at Richmond. E1'za Ison am' JIrs- - Fannv JI' Bryant were in Lancaster for a short visit with relatives last week. Mr. Henry Tomlinson is having a concrt,te porch made which will be quik, an aitHion to his residence, , .Mr. ami .urs. nogan liPiiaruamuiiss t.- TkU...1tnl.ni1 f TnllHl " ;"""- - "7"" ami Frlda' ,n Lexmgton with relatives, Mr. Farris.the State Bank Examiner, was here one day last wees ami report-Nothin- g 1 th Bm of Bryantsville to be in a splendid condition. ns ,. -- i- LMtKACHKKSYlIiliE. in the Rompers. We carry only the best grades of Rompers, made for the most particular trade of best materials and best workmanship. For this sale we offer laid 75 at 39c 50c Rompers that sold at 59c. Rompers that sold nt S9c. $6 Shirt Waists for $4.50 We will ofTer choice of our great collection of newest styles of dressy Chiffon Waists at choice for Special prices on all other Silk, Crepe and Messaline Waists. Children's Dresses. During this sale we ofTer at very much reduced prices our entire line of Children's Dresses. As these Dresses Skirts. Our line of Separate Skirts this sea- were very best values possible at regular prices they are certain to be very cheap at the cut prices. son represents the best values we have ever shown, but during this sale all of these will be Marked Down. Raincoats. This will be a good time to save money on a staple as we will make special low prices on all Raincoats. will be $1.95. ?3.00 Rubberized Slip-On- s $4.50 Mercerized Repp Rubberized Coats will be $3.25. $10 Double-face- d Canton Silk Coats will be $7.75 $10 English Gabardine Coats will be $7.75. All Silk Messaline Petticoats, colors only AT House Dresses. At this very low price we still ofTer a great big lot of excellent House Dresses made of genuine Amos-kea- g Ginghams, Percales and best Prints, in a var iety of styles and in all sizes from 34 to 36 bust measure. During this sale we will offer our entire line of House Dresses at reduced prices and it will pay you to buy for the year now. We hope soon to give a comjilimen- B tary notice of how Lancaster conducts U its Spring cleaning, but we will have h ' to wait until all the hogs have ben j moved out of town, and until some un- sanitary conditions have been made fi Our town needs not only H sanitary. y education and cooperation but inspec- H tion. h Every individual in the K community will admit that in addition 5 to his duties in regard to the preserva- j tion of his own health and that ot his family, his responsibility invokes doing g what he can to protect the health of nis r.eiK"ors, ami uiai, in mis con- nection. lie slioulil not permit retuse or filth to collect in his home or in hi.s place of business. In addition the moral effect of collections of waste fi and filth upon the individual himself is B bad, and where filth is allowed to ac-f- e cumulate, other defects in sanitary methods are usually to be found. ' right-minded Ij $1.25 DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. &adlfte3 B RouG rison & Bro, m ""SB Subscribe For The Record. wmr?&&te mte&-w&i&fr?te- IlKrilMymt NoSice T 4-11- Poultry Raisers I -44 MIDSUMMER ATS A Miss Katit Bryant, BarJitovm, Ky., $y I have uskI Recipe 4-- 1 fcf yeirsandt!iIiikitlKet3t poultry remedy made. ItcurBapandIimberncckwtKoutfaiL dropped down trie bmpt a gsping WillCoomei, B&rditown, Ky.,iays: "One diop cf Recipe 4 j! duclcen kills the wona and lelieves the duck instantly, ltis the bat preventive 1 have ever used." Mfg. end Guaranteed by J. Robt Grume, Bardstowa, Ky. Price 50c at ail Dr&gists. ;s". CURES Cholera, Gapes, LimbernecK, Roup, CanKer.J SSs wTr Diarrhoea end all Diseases of Poultry I To Save Life First SOLO DY C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Ii new Supply just in and up-to-da- te. Mrs. ftda Kinnaird and property afterwards is the fireman's duty. Your duty is to see that in case of fire your loved ones are not made homeless and penniless. Order a fire insurance policy from us today. Every day's delay means the risk of seeing your family without a home or the means of getting one. INSURANCE POSTED Office at National Bank. Ey. HHMH We Write Anv Kind of FRED P. FRISBIE. Office Citizens National Bank. BBAZLEY & COJLU5ER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Phone 27. Quite a crowd spent Monday fishing "Big Pond". The measles patients are about aH wejj i are doing a lot of coughing. v Faulkrwr tQ Mr an1 Mr3 Kenmdy. a fine son. Harmon Walker. Mifces Carrie Naylor and Gertrude Adams visited Miss Ella Blanker.ship Sunday. The. B. Y. P. V. and the Baptist prayer meeting hefcl services last Sun- day evening. i(?V- E Rafrerts pastor of the M. E church will preach Sunday and Suit- night next. Mrs. S. N. Gill and daughter. Mfea Nayter ami Annie visited .Mrs. family last week. Mr J. F. Pettusandfrmilyef Springfield, vkited his mother. Mrs. Rebecca Pettus and family. Mrs. Silas Anderson who suffered a severe injury by a fall at the heme of The nineteenth annual convention of her son John B Anderson is much bet- the Kentucky Federation of Woman's ter Clubs will meet at Jluldlesboro Jjne Mrs. Wm. Sprinkles ami daughter, 10 to 13. and a call has been issued Mrs. Carrie Hargis, of Shelby City, throughout the state to the club wovisited Mr. and Mrs. Logan Thompson men notifying them that Middlesboro last week. has Tiade delightful arrangements for Mrs. Rebecca Pettus and family. Mr. the comfort and entertainment of their cnipsts Amnni' the honor iruests to and Mrs. Joe Pettus and Mrs. William h nt th .T.m meetimr are Mrs. Percv Pettus were guests Sunday of Mr. and V. Pennvbacker. of Austin, Texas, the Mrs. B. D. Holtzclaw. Misses Gracie Anderson and Ruby President of the General Federation, and Mrs. Samuel B. Sneath, of Tiffin. Parrish went to Stanford last Sunday of the afternoon with Miss Carrie Anderson Ohio, the Second Ther General Federation. Kentucky has who is attending school there. been placed by the General Federation visited friends and relatives while there, Mr. and Mrs. William Pettus of West under special supervision of Mrs. Sneath in an advisory way. The Va., were visiting his relatives in this chairmen of the departments of work section. Mr. Pettus was formerly a have nrpnared most interesting tiro- - knight of the wire and a good one. but grams; good speakers, stereoptican now is interested in some good coal Wtnrps- - and discussions, etc. Amnnir mining operations in the war born the speakers on this occasion will be State. "Some Dangers Mr. William Elmore, Sr., aged 39 Mrs. Pennybacker. That Threatens t'a American Home," years, died last Thursday morning at Mrs. Sneath, "The General Federa- - 2 o'clock, after a long illness. He was Mr. John barle Barton, Mate the onlv son of Mrs. Harriet roley by tion, Forester, Miss Christian. "Household a former marriage, his father, the late Economics," Mr. Newman, the Com- - Shap Elmore, dying many years ago. d The deceased was a good, missioner of Agriculture, tion of Household Economics With His neighbor and one of the most honest Department." Dr. J. S. Locke, "Pub- - men it was ever our pleasure to know, lie Health," Mis3 Eutler, "Health in and straight forward in all hi3 dealings the Mountains, Miss Merwin, "Blind whether large or small. The time or Hon. A. O. Stanley, occasion had only to present itself and Children," "Waterways." Other speakers on William Elmore was always ready to subjects of interest will be Miss Laura render a friend any service in his pow- Clay, Mrs. Desha Breckinridge, Mrs. er or a stranger anything reasonable in Mason Maury, Miss Bell Bennett and the way of help or accommodation, others. The officers to be elected this The remains were taken to the Baptist year are Presidents, First and Second church on Friday morning where Corresponding Secre- - a tuneral service was conducted tary and Federation Secretary. The by Rev. J. E. Roberts, pastor of the The Middlesboro Hotel has been sel- - M. E' church and Rev. Wm. McC. ected for headquarters. Hutchins, afterwhich all that was mor tal was followed by a large and sorrowing concourse of friends and relatives to a resting place in the Preachersville The undersigned hereby give warn- - burying ground, there to await the ing to all persons not to trespass upon Resurection Morn. He is survived by our lands for any purpose whatever as his mother, Mas. Harriet Foley and we will prosecute all offenders to ful-- 1 his sisters, MVs. J. B. Hutchins of this lest extent of the law. Hunters and. place, and Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Ar- cher, of Williamsburg. May He who Fishermen especially take notice. stilled the troubled wave on Galilee, R. L. Elkin. G. W. Eiam.. speak words of comfort to those bereft. Ed & N B Price j jv 0a Vice-Preside- nt "Co-oper- a- kind-hearte- Vice-Preside- ' -- S3r N Page 4 THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. The Central Rec.or.d, Friday, May 9, 1913,, Stamping Out And And Contagious Controlling Diseases Infectious Of Ani- DECIDE YOURSELF Weak By The Opportunity Is Here, Backed Stomachs Strong IN ONE WEEK is so weak Made AWMAA mals In Kentucky. Lancaster Testimony. state- Capitol $50,000. Surplus Pres't. $30,000. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice R. T. Emdry, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier, r. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. CrBmny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. B. I W. O. HUDSON. resident. P.igney, Ass't Cash'r. J. .1. .1. S. JOHNSON. Vir. - Prist. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. t We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. This hank is supervised by the United States Government. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should he first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. A of SURE SIGN service, reliability and public confidence all of which are necessary to an Bankiug institution, are here evidenced: te DEPOSITS. April 4.1907 $47,564 31 April 4,1909 $72,273 60 April 4th, 191 1, $94,736.69. April 4th, 1913, $120,514.74. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company ngMML) l&MSSMAUSl QMWSMBWME. 1r r Pursley's L 8 Imm Her as Composed of Roots, Herbs, and Barks, for all The North Western Cow Boy. DAKOTA JACK, DAYS Blood Diseases, Rheumatism,Kidney Liver, Stomach,Ner-vousnes- s and Female Diseases. FOR 45 T TREATMENT $1.00. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy ii Stings fr aN a'n Deafness, Burns, Bottle. Sprains Etc. 25cts per . CREME SOAP. g M For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing. Bath. lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. All or. sale at E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts & Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman & Son, Lowell, Ky. J. iSIl777l0lfiJplflJll lHMMHi IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE," SHOPPING AND ib 1 i r?-- rs.inrc EJwKSiBwft-jt&J-BZBE?3a&K- j rrii Taas 1 r- ,3; ii3t -- t ADOUKUIIl V TJCrtT TTTCT nop pnnni? Fimnpp.AN t OFFICE DISTRICT - TZTiXcar-- nTi iT ftm ' J TIT - , rLrtii unui Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville's Most Modern Hotel Here In the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louisville, you'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other exceptionally low Elegantly Read Lancaster endorsement. trolling and checking infectious disRead the statements of Lancaster eases of animals is gaining prominence and encouragement from the stock citizens. Are 100 Per Cent Efficient and Are And decide for yourself. demanding assistowners. They-ar- e Here is one case of it: ance in wiping out diseases, and are Mrs. B. F. Walter, Hill St, Lancasever ready to take all precautions necessary to avoid the introduction of ter, Ky., says: "I never fail to praise disease into their herds. The stock Doan's Kidney Pills when I have the Wheels The Hubs are of the best quality, owner is realizing that infectious dis- opportunity, as jthey are certainly a black birch. The rims are of oak and spokes of eases may be diagnosed, restrained. fine remedy. I have not been without prevented and even eradicated by the a supply in the house for years. When oak or hickory. Tires are International Steel and are set intelligent use of reliable biological ever my Dack becomes lame and painhot by hydraulic pressure machines. A special feature of products, such as vaccines, ful, a few doses bringme instant relief. i laboratory these Famous Columbus Wheels is tlw sand band, which ex one time I feared that I had serious bacterins, sera, toxins and antitoxins, At tends welt over the collar and prevents sand and grit from and his understanding of these pro- kidney trouble. The kidney secretions dropping to the bearing This means increase durability. ducts, together with their proper ap- were unnatural and gave unmistakeable Better Babies And More Of Them. plication, has convinced him. Where evidence of disordered kidneys. At So with all other parts of Columbus Wagoi.a, Box. liox Bottom San Diego, Cal.. April 30 "How many is the stock man who would question that time it was my good fortune ot Doubie-treeOnterboanl. Boxbinder, Wear Irons, Grain . the reliability of black leg vaccine to hear of Doan's Kidney Pills and I began babies in Kentucky can qualify under or Singletrees, Drop Tongue. Front Gear, all are madt from the using them. In a short time my the rules adopted for the "Better J save his herd from black leg? This best quality materials, and go to make a Farm Wagon that has Babies" exhibit at The San Dioo-- H vaccine is used more than all others kidneys were normal." been giving satisfaction to hundreds of Blue. Grass Farmers, as For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Exposition?" combined, and saves many young herds well as to thousands of users all over the country. Send for illusCo., Buffalo, Another question is "How many from complete destruction in black leg cents. Foster-Milbur- n trated booklet explaining in detail all the special features of this New York, sole agents for the United mothers and fathers will be willing to season. Splendid Farm Wagon. have their babies judged by the same The shippers of horses and mules are States. Remember the name Dean's and standards applied to prize animals with V on using bacterins and antitoxins the single purpose of adopting some it' their horses and mules to prevent cat- take no other. system that will produce better babies?" arrhal fever or influenza, and they are House Cleaning, Town Cleaning. Fugenics has been a popular fad but lowering the mortality due to diseases incident to shipping. This is a wonderIn one of his very interesting essays, in the end the term means simply BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. lietter Babies" and this is the result ful preventive and has cut the mor- Benjamin Franklin, of kite fame, tality in the St. Louis stock yards to describes at some length the passion sought by the proposed exhibit about 2 per cent, where before its universal that American women have for house which President D. C. Collier of The use the loss was from 15 to 20 per cleaning and the resulting discomfort San Diego Exposition and Mrs Gertrude cent. to the various members of the family B. Lane of New York, are In cholera serum as they find their belongings displaced curresponuence. Mrs. L,ane proposes The use of anti-ho- g has established itself with the swine and they themselves without a settled to hold a "Better Babies" contest, and breeders The loss from this disease habitation. Yet house cleaning time is is holding them, in every state in the alone would cover the deficit in the neces3ary, and the results are wholesome Union. The San Diego Exposition has L. B. Shouse, Pres. Will Beasley, Mgr. asked her to exhibit the results of these State Treasury. The demand for this and conducive to family welfare. contests at San Diego, or to outline a serum is about four times the capacity The American woman has now extendMAIN STREET. of the Experiment Station laboratory ed her sphere of influence so that it plan whereby the exhibit can be made. Following is the score-car- d to produce it. In the past three years, embraces not only the home but the adopted LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. qualified men have vaccinated 20,000 town. Report says that the ladies of and in use which may be used at The San Diego Exposition: hogs, for Kentucky farmers at a nomi Danville are very accomplishing In the heart of the shopping district. BODY: Height and Weight 12; nal price. This work has necessitated desirable things in the matter of town from one to five experts in the field, cleaning. The ladies of Berea are not Circumference of Chest and Abdomen Best Equipped Cafe in the City. whose services have been free to the without experience in this matter and 8; Symmetry and Quality of Skin and owners, their expenses having been desirable results have followed their Fat 9; Quality of Muscle hand grasp, Catering to Ladies and Gentlemen. paid by the Experiment Station. This experiments. This year they are plan rising, sitting poise, walking running, work of stamping out cholera has ning to do even greater things than in C. Bones of Skuil, Spine, Chest, Limbs Forty Cent table d'hote Lunch served every day (except Sunday) from saved farmers large sums of money, the past Should not their efforts be and feet,6. 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and, in order to make it available to supplemented by more visible activity HEAD: Circumference 7; Shape of Ala carte Served Daily from 6. a. m. to 12 Midnight. every swine owner, the qualified veter- on the part of the men? Are .there not Eyes 4; Shape, Size and Position of inarians are being commissioned to ad- various streets in town that would be Ears 3; Shape and Size of Lips 3; minister serum in their respective ter- much more desirable for residences if Shape and Size of Forehead 4; Shape ritories. The Scrum is furnished by trees were to be planted along the high- and Patency of Nose 5; Shape and the Experiment Station at a figure be- way and about the homes? It has been Condition of Jaw, Hard Palate, Tonsils low the cost of production. clearly shown by real estate men that 5; Shape, Size and Condition of Teeth The eradication of bovine tuberculo- streets properly shaded and homes with 5. sis is making headway. Many towns trees about them brought an increase PSYCHOLOGICAL: Disposition 5: realize this source of danger and have of rental far above all expenses incurred Energy 5; Facial and Ocular Expresssanitary codes that necessitate the in the tree planting. Why should not ion 10; Attention 3. Let us assist you in selecting your gifts from our President Collier may decide to offer tuberculin testing of all dairy cattle town cleaning be supplemented by tree a big prize for the best baby less than supplying milk for human consumption. and shrub planting? large and beautiful stock of diamonds, rings, laval-lier- s, This was first inaugurated by the There is a rumor, founded on a three years old exhibited at the exposiState Board of Health, aud the dairy- statement that appearsin other columns tion during the year 1915, and is awaitbracelets, tie clasps, etc. Our line of Sterling men and cattle owners now realize the of our paper, of a prize for home ing Mrs. Lane's suggestions with a importance of having their herds free gardens. Why should there not be good deal of interest. Silver is excelled by none in the city. from tuberculosis. prizes instituted for yards beautified by The law allows no indemnity for dis- flowers and for flower gardens? There CHILDREN'S HAIR eased cattle, and the problem of eradi- is a prize and each may have it without cation is purely a public health and a regard to others the satisfaction and Keep It Clean And Free From Disease By public spirited problem. The owners the joy that -- omes from living in a - using PARISIAN SAGE. 133-13- 3 are to be commended for the manner home surrounded by shrubbery and West Main St. LEXINGTON, KY. in which they have cleansed their herds flowers. If you want your children to grow up of this disease. Berea has some such homes. One is in with strong sturdy and vigorous hair, The United States Bureau of Animal the West End of town, with its growth teach them to use PARISIAN Sage; the Industry recognizes this fact, and to of daffodills and roses in the spring, world renowned Hair Tonic. foster and encourage the eradication of gladiolas in the summer and dahlias and PARISIAN Sage is guaranteed by R. tuberculosis from the herds, has ex- other fall flowers later in the season. E. McRoberts & Son to cure dandruff tended the services of experts, free to It is a place of beauty. They are no and stop falling hair in two weeks. It cattle ownersfthrough the efforts of longer young in years who live in this grows new hair quickly in cases where the State Board of Health and the home, but they are young in heart, and the hair is "thinning out" Live Stock Sanitary Board. While the the beauty of their home gladdens It is positively the most delightful, inCompounded according to the Original & Excity of Lexington can rightly boast of many. There should be more such. vigorating hair dressing on the market. clusive Formulas & Hecipes of Charlie White-Moo- n, a low bacterial count in their city Your home should be of that charact It is not sticky or greasy and will make The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment milk supply, we must not overlook the er whether in Berea or on the moun the coarsest hair soft, lustrous and luxof human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. dairies at Paducah, where every ani- tain side. A summer's ride on a dirt uriant Get a bottle and watch Thousands of Testimonials. the mal furnishing milk to consumers in road out through the woods brought us how rapid its action. Giroux SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat Body-Ton- ic Mfg. Co. CHARLIE WHITE-MOOthat city was tuberculin tested for the to just such a mountain home last su- American Makers, Buffalo, N. Y. man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Tie Cowboy Hctlifei ... owners, free of charge, by Govern- mmera spot of beauty buried in flowers ORICINATOR Of ment men. A total of approximately At once the beholder wanted to know CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N CHEYENNE INDIA Tooth Carpenters To Meet. l,r,00 dairy cows were tested, and all who lived there for he knew that they REMEDIES 3731 Vest Broadway Louisville, Kentucky & SCIENCE SOPE diseased, as shown by the test, were were of the right sort. Plan early to The annual meeting of the Kentuc slaughtered before the public and own- clean up, then do it. Plan to beautify ky State Dental Association, to be held ers, and every animal condemned the home whether in town or country in Lexington May promises to be proved op post mortem to be diseased. with flowers and enrich it with fruits of more than usual interest to the den JlfrSMrWai:gMrBMrH aucn worK can not nelp but have a and do it Your life will be richer, tists of this and neighboring States igi'rgllTMriEiiilfrSMrrafMitl great influence on all cattle owners and happier and you will rise in the scale Numerous new methods and appliances make them realize the importance of of living. Berea Citizen. will be exhibited, and the clinics are to keeping healthy cattle in their dairies. be conducted on a very elaborate and The dairymen at Paducah deserve unique plan. great credit and the consumers of that Many destists from Ohio, Indiana, city can safely say that their milk Illinois and Tennessee will be in atten-anc- e. comes from dairies that are carefully Dentistry, unlike many profesand honestly operated by progressive Just the mild, simple wash, the well sions, cannot be learned from books and owners. May their in- known D.D.D. Prescription for Eczema, and magazines, consequently it is oband the Itch is crone. fluence be spread to every town in A trial will prove it. ligatory for the progressive man to atWe have Kentucky, and reach every consumer trouble but sold other remedies for skin tend these meetings. The Lexington none that we could guaranand every producer, until it can be tee as we can the D.D.D. remedy. II dentists promise many interesting soregular bottlf the honestly said that there is not a cow not firstexactly assize $1.00 it will doet cial features, and, in fact, the entire not we say, do via in the dairies of Kentucky, supplying cost you a cent. program will prove a rare treat to all milk for human food, that has tuberin attendance. R. E. McRoberts & Son. culosis. The milk consumers must realize that the milk supply must be free S. C. White Leghorns. from disease and from cattle that have Premier Carrier To The South. been tuberculin tested. My stock from prize winners at Atlanta, Louisville and other shows. A Effective Sunday, March 23rd new train service was estabCATARRH GOES. few Cockerels for sale. Eggs 0 per lished between Danville and Louisville which will afford setting of 15. J. M. Mount, Snuffles And Hawking patrons living at stations, Danville to Lawrenceburg addiLancaster, Ky. nt Don't take our word for it. The great work being done by the State Veterinarian, backed by tlie Don't depend on a stranger's State and national authorities, in con- ment. If your stomach s that food -1- 913- won't stay down or fermentation takes place, causing gas, heaviness, and general misery, you need Stomach Tablets and the sooner you get them the better for you. R. E. McRobert3 & Son know3 what one box will do for he honorably offers to return the cost if you aren't splendidly benefitted. Don't be timid about trying this great Stomach prescription. It has cured thousands of cases of chronic indigestion, gastritis, dyspepsia and cuutrrn oi me aiomacn. There is no reason on earth why Stomach Tablets won't make you healthy and happy. A Columbus Wa gons Sold On Their Merits. Clt-ate- s. I Becker, Ballard & 60. 95e2S0jSteliS'l The Leonard Hotel 60, JEWELRY. Victor, Bogaxt Co. Roofs & Her GOD'S MEDICINES 50-ce- nt COST-CEI-SA- N Mrs. 20-2- 8, ANNOUNCEMENT Skin On Fire ? NEW TRAIN. far-seei- Danville i Louisville TREES STRAWBERRIES, Southern Railway SCHEDULE. $1-5- Cease. Fruit & Ornamental tional convenient train service to Louisville and return. first class Hotels and so are the prices for our excellent Restaurant service Fornlsbeil Jtonmis with hot and the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are coldrunnlneivaterandpmate toilet, per day CI 1,uu 41 CO PX.JV C? Cfl VA.JV Elegantly Famished Eoom with Private Halh. l.rdiv I $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Larce Sample Rooms with Private Bath, per day The Cafe Is in charze. of Hit ports and the cuisine and HrKe is unexcelled. Our prices are most moderate. European, service, but choice of club breakfast, each 0f person. Table d'hote lunchon from 12:00 to Cfl 2:00 p. m., per person Table d'dote dinner, from 6 KM to CI fifl ?X.VJU 8:U p. in., per peiou Rithskeller open from AM p. m. to 1:00 a. m. "' Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City Reservations should be made whenever possible. ROBT. B. JONES. Manager. GEO. SCHENCK. Ass't Mj.t. Chattanooga, Tenn and Hotel Axslet (openUayl2,1913), Hoxxl Pxttbs, Atlanta, Qa., under same management and ownership. The best nose and throat specialists in the world advise their patients -- to breathe Eucalyptus to destroy Catarrh germs and heal the sore, raw spots. Booth's HYOMEI is Australian Eucalyptus combined with Thymol, and some Listerian antiseptics. Breathe it throughrthe little pocket inhaler, and in vapor form as directad, and this an tiseptic balsam will surely destroy all germ life and all Catarrh misery. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and It's guaranteed for Catarrh, Coughs, Garden. Cold and Croup; it relieves stuffed-u- p head in 5 minutes and refreshes the en Catalogue. No Agta tire nasal tract Complete outfit with Write for free directions for use $1.00. If you own a HYOMEI inhaler get a bottle of Booth's HYOMEI for 50 cents at R. E. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. McRoberts and druggists everywhere, Lexington, Kentucky. Just breathe it no stomach dosing. Ringlets Barred Rocks Yard eggs 75 cts for 15 Two pens with 1st and Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb.Peonies, Ros es Phlox. Etc. 2nd prize birds at head rorsz.ou. come and see real Barred Rocks LOUIE TINDER, RETURNING. GOING. Lv Louisville (7th st Depot) 4:00 p.m Danville 7:30 a. m. (4th ave cros'ng) 4:25 p.m Lv Harrodsburg 7:50 a.m Ar Lawrenceburg 6:40 p. m Talmage 8:08 a. m. 6:48 p. m Ar McBrayer Vanarsdale 8:13 am Ar Salvisa 656 p. m Salvisa 8:16 a. m. 7:02-p- . m Ar Vanarsdale McBrayer 8:24 a m. 7:08 p. m Ar Talmage Lawrenceburg 8:40 a m. Ar Harrodsburg 7:23 p. m Ar Louisville 10:45 a. m. (4th Ave Crossing) 7:45 p. m Ar Louisville (7thStDepot) 11:10 a m. Ar Danville Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv This Train Makes all Local Stops. B.H. TODD, Dist. Pass. Agt 124 South 4th St. LOUISVILLE, KY. MrwiriaJBTarinaJBrraig Lancaster, Ky 1 I The Central Record, Friday, May 9, 1913. Page" 5 &mM&w&mm& ummgmMm&mm P C0B N i BLEUCHER Standard Registered Vol 46158. For Public Service, Season 1913. I offer Record 2:29 V . Trial 2:14 M . Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 tf. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15J hands, foaled 1906. 18. the two fine Saddle and Harness Horses, SEED .J Sireufi 0, damjof K. rDarkXicht .WS rcb- - (Nnond aire of 21. iuc a si Eraosn. . .. t liclit 2.U;j. Brinbtlkbt Slleut BrooV 1P76 2 Great Brood Mare. Dtrt WtlWa .09 HecoidS 11' j. Va'p2.C, etc. Plreof Ill'ij Br.rV2.03ii. Pha-tclre of 4. dftas cf i1). J o'K Meadow I Jenny Clay . . ( Jtornoud EUlu Great brood inarc Emma J.U'tV UrooL By Narn 00(1322. Zarrine liroolc I Berou Wilkes 47T8.2-12:074. Lady HMlbrook ( Hire of 12 in 2:10. etc. rInVo2S7 2:10, tc. hire of Uremia lorke (Queen Etbel. Br Strathraore 408. Ferno iMl. Belle (3) 2&i I)km of Bumps 2:03U. IClayo 2:ti'4. Xatie Sllrer Silt (1 2.0SS. Dam of Lula r Watts (2) Kleiu-lieaiOTVf Bmfe Monrlco(t) 2r!7'. Wilkes Nutwood "WO, 2 eirj. N. (32:09. etc. tr. 21:7: o it of a half I Sire of Carl Wilkes 2.04,. sister to Mlent Brook Jenny Clay. iBettrClav . 2:ie's. Half Bister to Silent ( By narry Clay 45. Ham of Silent Brook Brook 2:lU.Redd!e Clav rteddie Clay 4 Lilly Clay tc. dam of True 2S1JJ. Alconc; v 2 ;27. Carrol 1 Preston 4333. 1G !. Bay horse, star, both hind ankles white, seven years old, hands high i.i. $25.00 To Insure a Living Foal. Sire Preston 922 by Washington Denmark 64. 1st dam baby Pence by Enoch Arden; 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont Forest 2863 3rd dam, daughter f Garrard Chief 2253; 4th dam, daughter of Bories. Grey Eagle . 2'i. JS, HIGH CLOUD 3334. Silent Brook 197C9, 2:16, sire of Billy Burk 2:031, Meadow Brook 2:06J, Shawbay 2:07J. Zarrine 2.07. Betty Brook 2:09$. Emma Brook 2:09?, Lady Margaret Bathgate Bellbrook 2 1(1. Butter Brook 2:101, Silent Brigade (2) etc. His dam. Jenny (1) 2:111. etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (1) Clay, also produced Reddie Clay 2:25, and was grandam of I'rue 2:2H. Moko 24457, sire of Fereno 2:05J (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Brenda Yorke (3) 2:083 (Futurity winner.) (5) 2:041, Native Belle (2) 2:075 (Futurity filly,) Manrico (3) 2:071 "(Futurity win winner.) (3) 2:06i (champion ner.) Silver Silk (4) 2:0SJ, Susie N. (3) 2:091 (Futurity winner,) Gomoko f.iv, Mobel 2:101, Mochester 2:101, Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion.) Vito (4) 2:09J, Martha Tipton (4) 2:091, O'Neil (3) 2:135, etc. Brother to Bumps 2:031, Baron D. 2:lo, etc. Bleucher 4G15S, record 2:291, trial mile 2:142, half in 1:06, last quarter in 32 seconds , is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds He greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the great Futurity sire MoUo. A grand combination of two of the best race horse families of the present day. He being a real race horse himself, having had It certainly looks like very little training and most of that by an amateur this horse is of Grand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win his share of the money sure. BLEUCHER is a perfect type of a road horse, good gaited with perfect manners, wears no boots, or weights. He was a money winner at the Blue Grass Fair last year and is conceded by good judges to be the best road horse out this year. This is a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to.breed into the best families of the trotting blood. Look this horse's breeding over and see how many they have in the list both sire and dam. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1913 at my stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, at Bay horse, star, both hind feet white above ankles, five years old, 10 hands high, good size and substance and plenty of hone. Sire Highland Gay 1146 by Highland Denmark 7:30 by Black Squirrel 58. 1st dam, Patsy Lambert 3359 by Red Cloud 2197 by Indian Chief 1718, one of the two great chief sires. $20.00 To Insure a Living Foal. These horses are both sound and genuine saddle horses with speed action, and perfect gaits. I have facilties for c?ring for mares sent to me from a distance and will furnish good grass at reasonable price and the best of personal attention. In all cases lien will be retained on foal for service fee according.to law. Fees, become immediately due and insurance is forfeited if mares are removed from the State or bred to another horse. Care will be taken to prevent but not respofisiblue should any occur. You are invited to inspect these horses at A. T. Nunnelly's stock yaids. acci-ciden- ts The corn crop is the most important of all crops grown in the United States and less importance is attached to the selection of seed for Planting. Why not increase your yield by planting Boone County White, which will produce from 5 to 15 bushels more per acre than most any other variety? W. Bush Nelson of Lexington, Ky. is supplying his customers with choice seed of this variety at $1.25 per bushel Order now so as to get it before the rush comes. 4-- t. 1 I DON YERRICK. the season of 1913 at my barn 3 miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike at Will make I s P s $10.00 TO INSURE LIVING COLT. s n v Mary, by Boggs Grey Eagle, dam of the Wag 2:15 Vi and Madlem Patten, dam of Robber 2:10; Billy Wilton 2:20. Winchester 2:19 3A, Miss R. 2J30. Don Verrick is bred exactly like Spanish Queen 2.06 and sold for a handsome price Dun Vcrnck. by OiiWdnl Silver 2.05 (v ho sold for 525 000.) by Onward, he by George Wilks, 1st. dam by Wilks Boy 2:24, 2nd dam 5 J, I n - I will also at the same time and plac r stand my big 15' hand Jai-- M k $10. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. s s A lien will be retained on all colts to secure the payment of season. Will use every means to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. LOGAN HUBBLE. e m "3". Official Directory Of Garrard County. W. O. Walker, Stanford, Kv Near Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky. Circuit Judge Hop. diaries . Hardin. ConunoiiHeaUha Attorne Hoii. Krurnei 1'ur- - AT BELLEVUE FARM. I offer for public service during the Season of 1913, by CIrcalt Clerk William B. ila-oMaster Commissioner W. II. Broun. Trustee Jury Fund Benj F. Robinson. Official Court Stenographer Mi3j Sue snelby n. Jtar. T IMF No. 4r724r. Sire, Dignity Dare Dam, On Time mare. Standard Time is a black horse in harness class when three- 1G Mason. the show record in the AMERICAS FINEST SADDLE STALLION Winner of 82 first, 25 championships, 2 grand championships $20.00 e To Insure A Living Colt. I am prepared to take care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. Lien refee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. tained on colts for sen-icCare taken to pi event accidents but not responsible should any occur. past three seasons. Unequaled by any other horse. County Judge A. D Ford. County Attorney J E. KobInon. County Clerk J. . Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry TomliiHon. Coroner J , A. Jone". 6heri(T George T. Ballard. Deputy SUrllff-C- . A. i:obIiiou. Snperluteudant of Schools Miss Jennie lllg- - girs. Assessor W. S. Currier. Deputy Assessor E B. Itay. Jailer Jack Adams. W. B. BURTON, PHONE 95. Bingen 2:06 Uhlan 1:58 4. Treasurer SupenlsorofRoids Cleveland Ronnie. B. F. Ilndson. MAGISTRATE". LANCASTER. KY. J. I Bourne 1st, Dist. Logan Isou 'Jnd. Pist. Harrison Kay 3rd, Dist. James Coldliou 4th, Dist. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION'. hands. 1 inch high, with a head and neck seldom eqvalled on any horse. car-ol- Won several blue ties He is now saddling nicely. Todd 2:14 3. They Mature 100,000 would not buy Uhlan. Bingen, sold at $50,000 at 19 years of age. Todd sold for S28.000. Badpn sold for $25,000. Bob Douglas sold for $20,000. Mr. J. T. Huguely, of $15,000 was refused for Gordon Todd by his owner. Boyle County, raised Todd Mack, who sold for $15,000.00. The Todds Always Sell. Early. Cronlty Broaddus. 1st. DUt. It. D. McMurtr. iud Kl-- t. O. J. Hendreu. 3rd. DM. Thomas P. King. 4th Dist. CITY OF I.VNCASTER. Mayor H. T. I.ogan. City Judge E. V. Harris. City Attorney R. H.Tomlliison. City Cl-- rk II. K. IlLrudon. City Assessor John M Mount. City Treasurer D. A. Thomas. Chief Felice L. E. Herrou. COUNC1LMEX. you are looking for size, style, action and bone and If a fine combined Will horse, you should see Standard Time before booking your mares pike low price of make the season at my farm three miles from Danville on Stanford at-th- e Breed In The Most Fashionable Family Best Bred Son of Todd, 2:14. The Fastest Race Record Son of Todd in America. $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Record 2:071. Brown horse, 15.3 hands, foaled 1900. Bred by L. G. Lightfoot, Sired by Todd 33822, 2:14 4 3-- GORDON TODD $30.00 2, 46793. Eufala, Ala. Parker Gregory. W. M. Zanoue. G S. Greenleaf. Money due when mare foals or is parted with. H.C. Harrllton. 15 F. Walter. Wm.Herr.don. TO INSURE. 4, 2, 3-- 4, L.&N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond by My Own Kentucky 3764. He by Chester Dare 10, dam Little Kate with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; C & O to Lexing5851, by Prince of Denmark 423, at the fee of $75.00 to insure a living at Winchester with ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & colt. For extended breedii g, etc,, address, Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. W. Phone 133-- 3 S. Tewmey. rings. DANVILLE, KY. Gordon Todd 2,07 14, (Sire of 12 in 2. 10, including Bob Douglass 2.04 Al Stanley 2 03 Todd Mac 2.07 Iowa Todd 2.07 Northern Man 2.00 2 Sue D. 2.03 Kentucky Todd (3) 2.08 etc. Dictator Todd 2.03 Bingie Watts (2) 2.16 etc., son of Sired dams Fannella Watts (3) 'if 14 Magowan (2) Bingen 2.06 4 and Fannella 2.13 (dam of Sadie Mac 2.06 1-- 4, 1-- 4, 1-- 2, 4, 4, Kentucky's Choice Arrive. 3765 No 10; 5:00 a. m. 2.10 I 3-- 4. .by Golden Slope, 12434 Golden Sire of Lady Slope 2.15 Mary Beau 2.20 Pansy Slope 2.21 Beaufort 2.23, etc., and dams of Mat-ti- e Kerr 2.16 14, (R. A, McKnight, 2.20 Todd Still 2.23, etc. Silence 2 21 by Stranger 3030 Danville, Kentucky. 2 Jam Mary Bee Sire of Colonel Kuser 2.11 4 (sire of Full sister to Bayrenth 220 4 and Kentucky Choice is nominated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake. Boodle Belle Kuser 2.08) Balleno 2.11 hald sister to Edison 2.27 4 (sire of Ethel Downs 2.10) Miss 2.12 etc. Sire of the dams of Brock 3 Promise 2.10, Princess Xenia 2.13 4 Eoline 2.14 etc. He was out of the famous n.are. Goldsmith Maid 2.14. A beautiful Chestnut Sorrel 151 Aberdeen 27 3 dam May Bug Sire of 52. including Kentucky Union 2.07 Will make the season of 1913 at my hands high, heavy mane and tail and Edison Bayrenth 2.20 Dam of excellent carriage. Dentine 2.13 4 Bessie Owens 2.13 2.27 4 and grandam of Promise stable at Marksbury, Ky , at Hill Squirrel was sired by Ches 2 etc. Sire of dams of Onward Silver Golden Momento 2.19 2.10, ter Squirrel, he by Chester Dare and 2.05 4 Patchen Maid 2.08 4 Good Goods Boea 2.20, Monday R. 2.22 14, to Insure Living Colt he black Squirrel. His dam by Red 2.09 Aldeen 2.09 0. M. C. 2.10 Henrietta 2.24 Squirrel. Col. Pattrick 2.10 Tulu K. 2.12 He will make season of 1913 at my etc. REX HELTON 3404, sired by Rex Livery and Sale stable on Stanford by John C. Fremont 4 dam May Steers Peavine 1796. 1st dam by Maud Helton street at Son of Long Island Black Hawk. Dam of May Bird 2.21 4136. F. Geers, has the following to say relative The veteran reinsman, Mr. to Insure Living Colt. to this horse. 4 "I am under the impression that Gordon Todd will prove to be a great PEAVINE. eire as he was good headed, pure gaited, with plenty knee, shoulder and strife GARRARD have, to have. I do think that had he been sound he action which all good sires This pony is 4 years old, spotted and Yours truly, would have gone a mile in 2,04 or 2.05 and probably faster. Will also make the season of 1913, at E. F. Geers, my place at $10.00 to insure a living a good imdividual, 48 inches high and a fine saddle pony. He will make the colt. He is a fine young three year old season at S10.00 to insure a living colt. by Sired with fine style and action. Sire, Black Button one of the highest P. 0. Box 236, Danville, Ky. Phone 523. Rex Peavine, 1796, dam, Gordo Lady, acting ponies in Kentucky. 1st dam 6330. White Betsy the finest saddle pony in Kentucky. ldam GolJen Ready Dam of Gordon Todd 2.07 4 3-2, 1-- 4, 3-- 4, etc.) Joseph McDowell, Jr., Agent. 3-- 2 4, 3-- 4, 3-- 4, eiHe oi Villi Hill Squirrel. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South. No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knowille. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast Major R. L. C. Jr. train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Will make the season at "Elkin Place" at $10.00 TO INSURE. 4, 3-- 4. 4, 1-- 4, 4, 2, $20. 4, 4, Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast r train to Bristol & Atlanta. Elkin, Lancaster Ponies for Sale. 1-- 4, $10. After Reading The Records. A writer in the Saddle and Show Horse Chronicle, issue April 8th, has this to say regarding saddle sires: y "Theorize as we may, it is the fellow that has delivered the goods who is the one most likely capable of doing it again to-da- Diamond Dick. JOHN S. BAUGHMAN, And then HE correctly records Individuality, Breeding, Speed. 14 1 Horses of the Time. Within reach of all. The blood that wins the races The blood that wins in the show ring. The blood that brings the money. REID. BOHEMIAN KING 2410. The records not only confirm his stateThe place in the front rank as a sire of show colts much stronger. Remember twenty six of his get were winners throughout the United States ment, but are last year. But why go on? This stallion's phenomenal success as a sire has made him the sensation of the saddle horse world. to-da- y. Also at the same time and place I will stand my tine big A fine black Jack with white points, foaled in August, 1905, 15z hands high, Young John Morgan 3705 Circuit 1612. rnlTbrotheofTuthMOcGregor2 08;i a Billy Keen, by Tom Keen, D0Utl6 2l09 Grand sired by Young John Morgan 3705 was sired Circuit winner of 1912. Son oi Jay McGregor dam a show Jennet by a son of Joe 2.07Jwho recently sold for fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000 00) for export to Russia, and who Blackburn. This is a large fine Jack by old John Morgan and was out of an aired Baldy McGregor2 0RJ.J, who sold otauction February 4th. In New York City for sixteen with the best of shape, fine and gener imported registered Jennet thousand dollars (io,uou uoj lor export to Austria, His dam Is Baroness Slbjl 2.25Jf, a daughal make up and will stand at $10.00 to He will make the season of 1913 at ter of Baron Wilkes. A great many people consider Chimewood the Insure. Jack. ThiStl6 Investigate For Yourself. We Then Decide. handsomest trotting stallion living; son of : IIighwood2.21 and Chime of Bells by'Mam King. His Erst five dams are In great brood mare list. Uncle brlno Commission of Jour men from different States passed on this horse, Mr. Rommell Chief of Animal Husbandry of the United States, offered his limit, three thousand dollars (3,000.00) cash for Chimewood to head the government breeding farm In Colorado. This as well as other of f ers hare been refused. This Is the time to patronize these horses. For 1913 terms and full information and the place. Address, ritiwnwmnA . 1m( LniiTILjWOfiQ Z.IV 14 I $25.00 to Insure JAMES GRANVILLE CECIL. Lien retained on all colts for service to prevent accidents fee. Care-take- n Lien retained on all colts for the seabut not responsible should any occur. son money. Care taken to prevent ac Money due when colt is foaled or mare cidents but not responsible should any parted with or bred to other stock occur without permission. Season due when mare is traded or parted with $10. to Insure Living Colt are now meeting mares at Harrodsburg, Danville, Shelby City and Burgin. Will cheerfully reserve places for your mares if yoiTwill wire me. ALLEN 6 a. Farm S'i miles from Danville on Danville and Harrodsburg turnpike. Local and Long Distance Phone. No. 123 Danville, Ky living colt for Each Horse. MARKGOINS, J. T. Rainey. Marksbury, Kentucky. Lancaster Ky. EDELEN, Burgin, Kentucky GLENWORTH FARMS. at $20. He too, . Also have Bourbon Director, almost a brother in blcod to Bohemian King, standing " isbred right, therefore, breeds right. 5J 7 i w . j. Page 6 l w' The Central Record, Friday, May 9, 1913. w mua'?j f"iKi!uai H O10.il Sb THE 3E Attorney General Of Kentucky The New Eaton-lhomps- Construes Primary Election Law. In response to many inquiries from over the state Attorney General James Garnett lias had prepared a construction of the new Primary Election Law. The opinion will be printed and sent to the county Clerks through out the state, and was prepared by Assistant Attorney General Chas. H. Morris. "In the first place youask us tointer-pre- t the clause which requires a voter to ask for either a Democratic or Republican ballot. Second, does this clause do away entirely with independent voting? Third, is it possible for a Democratic voter to write the name of a Republican, who is seeking nomination for office, in the blank space usually reserved on the Democratic ballot, and have sucH vote counted as a vote for that name as a Democratic nominee, or will be countas a Republican vote? LAW FOR DOMINANT PARTIES. Byrne (yy MEANS MEANS ialist of 15 u names. My belief in this view is by the latter part somewhat borne-ouof Section 17 of the act, which provides as follows: "The ballot shall be printed so as to give each elector a clear opportunity to designate his choice of candidates for nomination by making with the stencil a cross in the square after the name of each candidate for whom he wishes to vote for nominat ImTmrpiimw'vmmmmmi T77" l'" i' rfl imp! ij f ; ,jj !!" ' ' 11 & aw ' UfrX nm ymtl tion.' WRITTEN NAMES BARRED. "If my construction of this section is correct that is, that the choicp of.the elector shall only be designated in the manner provided in Section 17 then the officers of the election would be authorized to count as a valid vote for any person, whether for one party or the other a name written on the ballot with pencil, or with pen and ink, as far as that is concerned. "You can readily see how any other construction of this would ..lead to an abuse of the law, and to thwart the intention of the legislators in having a f'iir and full and free expression of the voters as to their choice of nomi nees. As indicated above, it would be a very easy matter, both in the districts where registration is required, and in districts where registration is not required, upon the concerted action of either the members of the one or the other party to write the name of some Democrat or Republican on either the one or the other ballot, who would have no possible chance of winning at the final elections. MIGHT LEAD TO ABUSE. SCIENTIFIC years experience, without charge. a thorough examination of your eyes by a spec Saving expenses of trip to city and prescription charges. MEANS a proper correction by glasses of any Optical defect or eye strain at prices you can afford to pay. All whito metal frame3 best lenses Gold tilled frames Solid Gold frames best lenses $2.50 to $4.00. $4.50 to $rt 50 $7.50 to $10.00 5.00 to $7.50. a! GOING AFTER THE r lsa.Ul SLirilrfc Over7ood hiulcs I" " ' f ' r "I i No Dirt, iYo Col her Iif a very snort time any building ran Lave .13 Srr-trUgh'.ning-proo- f f, covering turned into a modern roof at a very moderate cost a root that will last as Ions as the building and never need repairs. For Sale in f, slonrt-pmc- ap i !. m L.5 to clean or disinfect and kill parasites. You need O E. Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street, Philadelphia, Pa. n ODiPNo.1 will do the work. 8 D in- "Iii the first place the primary "Shurna" best lenses D "KRYPTOKS," "TOR1C" cluded in the above prices. and "COMPOUND" Lenses not Dr. J. J. BYRNE. l. Office over Stormes Drue Store. Lancaster, Ky. MAY 5th to 25th. 3C 1L 31 IE 3G jr by the members of the Republican party that they should vote for John Smith, a Democrat, by writing his Yes name on the Republican ticket, and it We know a paint which holds to the so happened that John Smith was a wood like a driven nail. Seasoned lumber man of such character that he could s. "I know, because wagons of every make not possibly win in the November is porous. The pores are the empty election, there would be a clear decome into my shop for repairs, and Ihave a White lead paint, which dries on the JBCUj?gg yjjfpKi feat of the intention of this law, and c&cfasEsS chance to see how few are Studebakers.' wood in the form of a solid, elastic film, we believe that the courts will hold whole fastens into these pores, and the That's the opinion of thousands of blacksmiths that such action would not be permisINDEPENDENTS CUT OUT. who know the quality of Sludebaker wagons. riveted like armor-plat- e coat of paint is actually sible, because it would defeat the pur"Independent voters should not have poses of the act" to the surface it decorates and The owners never regretted that they bought a right, nor are they authorized by the Sludebakeis. protects. law, to vote in the primary elections. Herald Urges Other Colnties To Follow Independent and other parties would Tested materials, accurate workmanship insure a Boyle in Removing Objectionable Phoenix White Lead have a perfect right to meet in con wagon unequaled for durability, and this careful selection of wood, iron, steel, paint and varnish has been a vention or to take the sense of the (Dutch Boy Painter Trade Mark.) Signs. fixed rule with the Sludebaker Company for sixty years. independent voters in any they please, Lexington Herald: The Herald has That 13 why a Sludebaker wagon runs easiest and lasts and they thereby might endorse the and Pure Linseed Oil. longest. It is built on honor. nominees of the regular party. The for years insisted that the pikes and other than Democratic, Republican and other roads of this section shall not be make the paint that spreads into a solid Whether you live in town or country, there is a Progressive parties, are not restricted disfigured by signs and other advertiseSludebaker vehicle to fill your requirements for business body. It becomes a part of the wood by this law to any particulal method ments, which obstruct the view and in or pleasure and harness of every description made itself an outer layer that preserves the of making their nomination, nor are many cases scare horses. It is gratify as carefully as are Studebaker vehicles. life of the lumber. Residence Phone 27 they limited to any particular time. So ing to note that the Fiscal Court of Office Phone 3. See our Dealer or icrile us We sell it as well as other painting reqBoyle county has taken official action in much for the quesiion of independent. LANCASTER. KY. the matter and directed that everv sign REGISTRATION PROVISIONS OUTLINED. have a talk with us South Bend, Ind. uisites. Come in and STUDEBAKER "In addition to the special qualifica- or other advertisement be taken down KANSAS CITY DALLAS BKJg CHICAGO NEW YORK about painting. PORTLAND. OSK. SAN FEANCISCO SALT1 LAkE CITY MNNEAFOUS tions hereinafter prescribed the same at once and further posting of signs be County Court Days. qualifications of electors shall apply in rigidly prohibited. The other Fiscal Courts of the most primary elections held under this act Richmond, 1st. Monday. as are now required in regular elec- beautiful country in the world should Paris, 1st. Monday. tions. Said qualifications shall be de- follow the example of that of Boyle and Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Lancaster, Ky. termined a3 of the date of the primary. have the unsightly signs removed. It Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. without regard to the qualifications or frequently happens that they are so Lexington, 2nd. Monday. disqualifications as they may exist at thick that it is impossible to see the Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. well-kefarms along the pike and the the succeeding regular election. In Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. precincts where registration is required nuisance grows and continues and will &jr, Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. no elector, except those entitled to be until drastic action is taken as in Boyle Danville, 3rd. Monday. specially registered as hereinafter pro- county. Which county will be the next Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. to follow suit? vided, shall be entitled to vote in Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. unless he is registered in the Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. She's At It. registration book of said precinct for Somerset, 3rd. Monday. patented joint has the succeeding year, as affiliating with My easy chair is filled with books Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. the whole business of the party whose ballot he offers to vote 1 LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. And picture frames and things. building silos by making it posIf not registered he shall not be en- My humidor holds picture books. Winchester, 4th. Monday. sible to construct a perfectly solid titled to vote the ballot of the party Monticello. 4th. Monday. And carpet tacks and things; W. H. Harris, President. stavesilo of any desired height. When Faulkner, Secretary. with which he is registered, and no I cannot find my favorite pipe Versailles, 4th. Monday. put together with a little white lead at other. In other precincts qualified Nor e'en my smoking coat. V&FtG SPV these joints, a two-piec- e stave electors shall be allowrd to vote only The air with dust is over ripe. ?iJlJ9i. the ballot of that party with which It's easy now to note. they declare their affiliation," She's at it. WILL GET PARTY BALLOTS. Last night I tripped upon a chair "Under this section, it will be clearly Which blocks the narrow hall. e seen that in cities where registration No rocker is as good as if it were made of e'er before was there expensive. There staves, and very much less is required, a person who is registered That I can now recall. is no metal at these joints to become coras a Democrat, would not be entitled to This morn I couldn't find my shirts, roded by the acids and no outside moisture and should not receive from the clerk can collect in them to rot the wood. This My underwear or hose, Gives the Farmer a Big Boost other than Democratic ballot; likewise They're somewhere in joint adds years to the life of your silo and the house, she many dollars to its value. a person registered as a Republican in making His Farm Prosperous says, would not be entitled to and should not We have a plan by which you can own cient labor and proper machinery. But But just where, goodness knows. Did you ever notice that a prosperous an Indiana Silo and let it pay for itself out in the counties and cities where regis She's at it. farm is invariably well fenced, and is the wise farmer investigates before he of what it saves for you on next winter's feed tration is not required, this matter can bills. Give us a chance to explain it to you. usually divided into small fields by a invests. Others just buy and are often not be controlled, but it is provided She wears a towel round her head, hog-tigand fence " horse-hig"sold." "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence is Her back's begun to ache, that the qualified electors shall be alWhy is it? made with but one end in view to give lowed to vote only the ballot of the In soap I soon expect to tread, best service for the longest time at least Because the prosperous farmer realparty with which they declare their Left somewhere by mistake. Stanford, Kentucky. Phone 199. izes that good fences are as necessary to cost. Investigating it costs nothing. affiliation. This will leave the selection My razor and my shaving strop Investing in it pays. successful farming as fertile seeds, effi Have disappeared irom sight. of the nominees open to some abuses, because under it, a Republican elector She'll have the house turned upside down Made in Different Style, for HELD, FARM. RANCH. LAWN. Very CHICKEN, POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN I'm sure, by Wednesday night. might declare his affiliation with the She's at it Democratic party, receive a Democratic Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his fumishinfr it. Do not allow him to persuade ballot, and then vote for the weakest you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. Notice To Water Consumers. candidate on the ticket. "Pittiburch Perfect" Brand, of Barbed Wire: If too are interetted in Wire Fencing, write telJM.tBrisht, Annealed & GalTanized Wire; Twuted There is an ordinance prohibiting the CONCERTED ACTION POSSIBILITY, for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913 Cable Wire: Hard Sprint Coil Wire; Fence Staples; Poultry Netting Staple, ; Regular Wire "By a concerted action on the part using of hydrants for sprinkling purpos Nail.; GalTanized Wire Nail.; Large Head Co. h of any great number of members of es except between the hours of from 5 Roofins Nail.; Single Loop BalsTie.; Perfect" Fencing. All made of Opea Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania one or the other party, the to 7 o'clock a. m. and from 5 to 7 either the Hearth rnateriaL n nt-- f ti r i weakest candidates of either the one o'clock p. m. This affords ample time PXEDPAINX or the other party might thereby be for sprinkling which is necessary for 'szF. fillTctne ururrP fl selected, but from the careful reading the comfort of those who use the city S3fc?vjKUt nn"t of the entire law, I see no way that water for that purpose. With the present high pressure which this matter can be regulated or controlled unless it is left to the discre- is afforded, it is very injurious to turn tion and good judgment of the judges, the hose directly with full force against 'The Kind That Lasts' and I doubt then whether they would the street and you can obtain better have the power to refuse a man a bal- results by elevating the nozzle and is no guesswork- about this old reliable paint. lot on the simple grounds that they auowing ine water to descend in a THERE made good for more than forty years. It is just did not believe he affiliated with the shower. If patrons insist on injuring OtherwUe called "THE KNOW HOW" and Pure White Lead, Zinc Oxide, and Genuine Linseed the streets as above set out, they will party indicated by his declaration. "THE WILLINGNESS TO PRODUCE" Oil in the correct proportions which make it the best and "As to your last question, there is be required to secure sprays for their mosteconomical paint for you to use. It is ready for you to some doubt. Senator J. W. Eaton, lawn hose. put right on spreads freely, and .wears for years with its We have ample water for all purposes, who was the author of the bill, and it THE GREEN SEAL people have color intact. Does not flatten, scale off, nor show streaks, was he to whom I wrote on his par but patrons are requested to be as as is the case with inferior paint 'It is your property's one the necessary KNOWLEDGE ticular buestion, answered it in part by saving as possime with the water, use best friend adds years to its life, enhances its value, and saving that the electors would be per what you want for domestic and sprinkand the good INTENTION makes it attractive. Ask us to tell you more about it mitted to indicate their choice of selec- ling purposes, but do not allow your tion by writing the name of any per- hydrants to run all night and in other son they so chose upon the ballot and ways waste the water. Ask; for handsome illustrated book on "Homes TTO 17 has 1 and How To Paint Them," also color card. that the name as written would count There which been several industries will require considerable started as one vote for the person indicated. water, and in order to supply them it THINKS ONLY PRINTED BALLOT VALID. V "I do not agree with Senator Eaton will be necessary to be as careful as Formula on erery packp.gc on this construction of the law. In possible with the water supply. The the first place, I do not think that it manner in which the water is used will FOR SALE BY was the intention of the Legislature be carefully watched, and the laws that there should be any blank space governing its use enforced. CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. left on the ballot for the writing of 2- -t L. E. Herron, Sup't. "Clincher" Paint sap-cell- tion law is designated for the pose of nominating candidates of the dominant parties. By section 3, the nominating candidates by the political parties as hereinafter defined, is specifically provided. By section 5 of the act, a political party, within the meaning of the act, is defined'to be an organization of voters having a constitution thereto for their government and regulation, and which at the last preceding Presidential election cast at least twenty per cent of the votes in" the entire State. So the act applies only to regularly organized parties which cast twenty per cent of the votes in the last Presidential election, and such parties are required to make their nomination in the primary. "This act does not repeal the provisions of the old law, which provided for nominations by petitions only by conventions for the political parties not included in the provisions of the recent act. elecsole pur- DEPENDABLE IT'SXPENSIVE EASY TO USE We have a special booklet on diseases of Poultry. Call or write for one. SURE & j R E McROBERTS & Son, Lancaster, Ky i jC-::::..- k n "For example in a primary election in Fayette County, upon an agreement n mrr M made to back up a reputation," " Sir! Stadebaker wagons are J ft BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer G.G.&J.E.Stormes i LANCASTER 60L0RED 3 A m Hte tfiatjointf THAT AUGUST 28th, 29th and 30th, ' L.fl. one-piec- mm P Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence h, ht bull-strong- "? W. P. Kincaid, I?,. RrtJ ftuavanf Sr! Pittsburgh Steel rTi- - jtgSg! g YOU CAN ALWAYS DEPEND UPON Pitu-borg- tEWBf . Mastic Faint - KNOWLEDGE AND 6MTENTION R. Vlili Gren Seal Paint will Convince You R. E. McROBERTS & SON. s . aev ?V"--t JTtf ,V The Central Record, Friday, May 9, 1913. r-- Page 7 iy; .ss: f r.-- j NOW IS THE TIME " 'T,i'rtTffltiiVjmr8rim'ng7iTii7iy8riirrrn-iniMTrTii-c- I I 1 1 1 1 ti ti 1 1 1 f ; To buy all your new spring wearing apparrel, while all our different departments are replenished with many new and beautiful offerings. Numerous new styles in Gingham Dresses, in all sizes for both large and small women. A large shipment of Rugs and Carpets just received. A look will convince you that we are second to none in this department. We want your business and our guarantee is Satisfactory Merchandise, Honest Dealings, Courteous Treatment and Good Service. t I : I I 1 I M 1 tu ' ' The We are selling out our Exclusive Dealers in Ladies Wearing Apparel. ERCA NTILE CO. Pine- - ! I ! . m - n Miss Lynn Nave of Junction City is Optical Service. the guest of Miss Stella Comely. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, i Get aquainted with the Byrne System Mr. E. W. Morrow was in Lexington , Attorney H. Clay Kauffman is of Eye Glass fitting. See his add in V. ' on business, and also enjoyed tending circuit court in Richmond this this Issue. week. the ponies for one afternoon. For cement. coal, sand and rock. BBEOC Mrs. R. L. Elkin leaves for Martins- it-- f Garrard Milling Co. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Scott of Buena Played At Burnside. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Vista, spent last week visiting in i ville, Ind. today for a stay of two' Goings Ly Those Wt Are Interested In. childs coat number sixteen, Two of Danville's most talented mu- Four.d:-Lexington, Georgetown and Mt. Sterl- - weeks. Judge Lewis L. Walker and wife are sicians. Misses Lula Mae Bates, violin-- , apply at Record office. ing. spending the week at Crab Orchard ist, and Mae Magee, pianist, gave a Mrs. V. II. Ward visited relatives in Miss Olive Dean the popular primary Springs. concert at Burnside, on April 25th, For Sale. and 28cts. Richmond last week. teacher of the Graded school is sufwhich was greatly enjoyed by a large American and Anthony Wire Fence at A handsome Oak Dining Table, En- Mrs. John Herr of Decatur 111 is here audience. These gifted young ladies quire Mrs. Ethel West Darnold has been in fering with a bone felon on her left for a visit to her mother Mrs J. Milton are winning a at this office. John Deere Cultivator, the best Cultivator made. hand. reputation. Lexington for a visit to friends. Elliott Sr. Messenger. For cement, coal, sand and rock at Col. A. T. Anderson spent a few Miss Allene Bourne is in Stanford Mr- - aml Mr3- - Lewis Ramsey of f Garrard Milling Co. days in Lexington this week and in with her sister Mrs. W. K. Warner. v A New Fish Story. cidentally took in the races while in Nashville, Tenn. are visiting their ' Parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hamm and Miss Mary MahafFy of Irvine has the Blue Grass capitol. Furnished boarding house for rent. Mr. John Mos3, a local diciple of family. been a recent guest of Mrs C. D, PowIsaac Walton, comes forward with a Mrs. Hallie B. Sweeney Bryantsville. z 3C Hi Mr and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden -- Miss Letty M ell. McRobert8 wi eave new fish storj : John arose one morning and I.ttle son left Tuesday for a meeting short,y for a vislt tQ school Cement, sand, rock, salt, coal, lime mates jn this week before daylight bent on a Mr. Wm. Gregory of Braddock N. D. of the Shnners in Dallas Texas. They t.,.,.m.. v Money Garrard Millins Co. days angling, he went for a bucket of and brick. is here for a visit to Lancaster rela-- , will visit Mr. Haselden's sister, Mrs. minnows which he had been carefully tives. Jesse rather of Bloomington III. is Malcoln Aldridge, before their return Too many buggies. I will save you t-- "j 3 here visiting his parents Mr. atd Mrs. hoarding and to his chagrin found over on buying Shoes unless Miss Susie Hilton spent Sunday in home. half of them had disappeared, and he from ten to twenty dollars on buggies, James Prather. rm VS ar T.- - W J Romans. Stanford with her mother Mrs. J. II. - Y..' confidently asserts that one half had tf J rr you get a guarantee Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Speith came Mr. A. f. Anderson was in Lexington eaten the other. We have been Hilton. down from Louisville and spent a few and Tuesday visiting his sister 'ing many years, but this is the first with them. Ours guarIT s Gaines the insurance man will not .ft, Miss Martha Tinder of Birmingham, days at the Kengarlan last week, Mr. , . .S BriiO.rf Mrs. Bettie Miller. time we ever heard of the local species represent a company that will discount rri Ala. is the guest of Elder and Mrs. F. Speith to wind up his tabacco business themselves on antee n" a3i Mr. John Walters and daughter Miss ' of mnnws displaying cannabalistic 2 per cent for cash. Price the same, and Mrs. Speith for a visit to Mrs. M. Tinder. 52s 3 T"?. f sight, for they have a ereEsswi'-fc&-. C75T" . . ; Mamye have returned from a visit to lualities. We usually lose them at the get the best. Zimmer. - yivf. Shirley the little son of Reverend and ' y.s; hands of" some fellow who beats us ' ji relatives in Stanford. solid, substantial and Mr. Chester Lewis who has been atMrs S. H. Pollitt is reported quite sick cccttintr ud You want to put that walk in out of Mis3 Letty May McRoberts gave a I tending the pharmacuetical school at of measles. the best material dont you? Then buy permanent appearance Louisville for the past year returned recital of her music pupils at her'j We Love Lancaster, Bat Oh Yoa Paint from the Garrard Milling Co. Miss Merlein Walker oldest daughter home Saturdav and has accented a nome " fanville street. that you will not find in VT--. J O Il , " - . of Mr. and Mre. Wesley Walker is ill position in the drug store of R. E. Mc " Saturday May 10th, is the last day of Lick. Mesdames B. F. Mattingly of Louis-- ! , , of measles. J: Roberts and Son. ville end Frank Abell of Lebanon are1 our special 10 per cent discount Sale. uiuuicuv amies, ijul nc lt wa3 tne haPPy of the writer to you need a suit or dress we can save of Mis? ball,p fclk,n" Mrs. W. K. Warner of Stanford has guarantee not only the fit, but the wear; not only the wear, Mr. John M. Duncan will leave Sun - gUe3tS spend two delurhtful hours in the enter- - If been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. day for Atlanta to attend the assembly H. T. Logan. Mr3. Sallie Adams of Lexington was prising little city of Paint Lick last you money. ' but the comfort, and the prices are low enough to attract J, B. Bourne. of the four Presbyterian organizations j called here by the death of her sister Friday and without an attempt to flat- Call and see my large stock of bugthe attention of the economical. ter the trood neonlp of that ?pptinn it gies and harness, they are going to be Mrs. Rozella Dunn and little daugh-- 1 ui uie worm, inis is to ue tne nrsi m iw mra .. n. xomnnson. ters are in Lexington visiting Mr. and joint gathering ever held by these Professor Henry Elliott of Newport can be truthfully said that no town of sold. The greatest bargain ever offered bodies in the history of Presbyterian-ism- . was the Mrs. 1. S. Dunn. guest Saturday and Sunday of its size has yet been found that equals ' in Lancaster. W. J. Romans, R. S. BROWN, Lancaster, Ky. this delightful little hamlet. The gen- tf Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Elliott. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hall of Winches-ta- r erous peonle of that town have demon- I 3E 3C Hon. Joe Robinson and Mr. R. L. were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Strayed to my place on long branch, Mrs. J ett Dunn of Lexington, is vis - strated that it will take more than an Elkin spent Saturday with Danville iting her sisters Misses J. Parker Gregory. Bane and ordinary flood to even check her mighty a brown horse 15J hands high and about friends. They are boosting the Lan- Knapp West on Richmond ' Mr. and j industries. Street. Mrs. H. C. Hamilton and Of course Lancaster is a 25 years old. Owner can have same by eddaughter spent Sunday at Buena Vista caster Record which, under their Mrs. Nell Taylor and her two beauti- - Kod town and we exPect to ,ive here paylng a11 charKes- itorship and management, is one of the with Mrs. Mary Fox. John Doolin, McCreary Ky. for at least a hundred years yet, but best weeklies in the state. Danville t IUI ctnmren, Kuth and Louise were ' if we were going to change our resiv's'ting n Hyattsville last Sunday. Mrs. J. C. Eubanks and daughter of Advocate. The Stock Holders of the Farmers l dence we do not know of anv country Stanford have been with Mrs Eubank's Mrs. John Shackelford and little son beneath the Union Supply Co. are requested to l?livnnnfn f?iITo o ntiftniirrr sun we would rather live i mother Mrs. Belle Perkins. lef Thursday for a visit to Mr. John in than ,.? h with 0;n0,i h;n Greenleaf that Paint Lick neighborhood. meet at Lancaster, Saturday, May 10th. to wind up the business. and daughter of Richmond. tj, ,irn .! i, Mrs. Margaret Harold hrs returned thrfmmi,n,hn John L. Dozier. Ir-s- . to her home in Stanford after a visit to ping of the shaft while coming down! Misses Delia Tinder and Mary Elmore, Tomlinson. her niece Mrs. R. H. Batson. the big hill this side of her home. Her successful teachers in Greensburv. the Mrs. Loula Tomlinson, wife of Hon. i Listen. Mrs. Henry Simpson and little daugh-- j many friends are congratulating her past two years, are at home for the & SERVICE. i uf.Ab 11. lUlllllllOUIl, UICU Uk UTX I1UH1V so narrow an escape. Summer. ter Elizabeth are in Lexington with that she made nave a one norse waKon lor 3ale5 "e on Richmond street in this citvonTues- Garrard Milling Co. her mother Mrs. W. S. Henry. W. B. Burton, D. A. Thomas, T. K. day afternoon after an illnes which has new A neat program of the commenceWatt-Lamp- s. We carry in stock 25-40-Miss Margaiet Hocker and brother ment exercises of the Springfield High Watson and Dr. R. L. Pontius motored covered a period of many years. I I am located on depot street and am of Stanford were guests on Saturday School contains the name of Henry to Lexington Wednesday on profession- She was the oldest daughter of the prepared to make all kinds of pictures. late Stephen and Margaret Marrs, and Goodloe, son of John Goodloe, former- al business. of their aunt Mrs. Mattie Duncan. W. W. Greeary. ly of this place as the class orator. Mrs. Roy Williams and little son of was one of Lancaster's noblest and best Miss Elizabeth Ford of Sayre lnstit- beloved women. During an illness is quite an honor for Henry and Bloomington III. and Mrs. Will Sebastian ute Lexington was at home for a visit This Sweet Potato Plants. which has covered a long period and his friends here are justly proud of of Richmond are guests of several days with her fathor Judge of their 33 t which was fraught with such an amount I have all varieties and can supply him. mother Mrs. James Prather. A. D. Ford. The Mazda Lamp can save you of pain and suffering as seldom falls to ' your demands from 25 bushels of choice It will be good news to the many Mrs. John M. Mount left Wednesday the lot of one person, she was never ' seed. Can send by parcel post, Mrs. Jennings Greenleaf and little money, besides you will enjoy the daughter and Miss Van Greenleaf of friends of Eugene Arnold to know he with her mother for Hot Springs, Ark. heard to utter one word of complaint, I Phone 391-- J R. N. Ison. S Richmond were the guests the past graduated in a Mechanical School in Mrs. Lynn has been in bad health and exhibiting a fortitude born of the 4t- comfort of a bright light. Cincinnati receiving the highest mark it is hoped the trip will prove benifi-cia- l. beautiful christian spirit which she! week of Mrs. Emmo Kauffman. This is to certify that my fine Jack, in a class of 15, and was immediately possessed, and though her suffering at ' Misses Delia Tinder and Mary Elmore offered a position as Instructor in the Beecher Morgan, which I lost several ' were guests of honor at an elegant re- school. Eugene is a son of Conductor It is gratifying to learn at this writ- times was intense, she maintained weeks ago was insured with E. C. frill ception given at the home of Miss Joe Arnold and a nephew of the late ing that Miss Mable Mason who was a cheerfulness which was beautiful to linirtoa onrl tliA omMin behold Her one regret at leaving this Lorena Robinson in Jeffersonsville. taken to Richmond last week with inwa3 promptly paid. George T. Arnold. :XXXX0X vale of tears was the seperation from SchooIer dications of typhoid fever is very much sf d R Reverend and Mrs. Morgan of Louisher family and loved ones. C. Rose of Marcellus passed improved. Mr. G. ville are in Lancaster to reside, the through town Monday on Besides her sorrowing husband, she DM. WaniJ his return Reverend Morgan having been called Hansel Wiley the handsome son of is survived by one daughter, Miss from Owsley county where he has been We win receive bids for the exten to the pastorate of the Baptist church. to look after his large interests in that Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Wiley is visiting iu Annelle, and two sons, Messrs Harry Buena Vista and Polly's Miss Mabel Mason one of the popular county. Mr. Rose owns about 4100 Paintsville. Mr. Wiley is negotiating and Robert Jr. and by two sisters, Mrs. son of the Ada Kinnaird and Mrs. G. C. Swine- - i Bend Turnpike (about 1J miles) at the teachers in the High school has been acres of good timber land there and for a pony for Hansel, which he will broad of this city, and two brothers, I home of Henrv Williams on the said taken to the Pattie Clay Infirmary at has several hundred hogs that are giye him on his return. John R. Marrs of Richmond Ky. aml P'k(J on May 17th. Richmond with all indications of ty- thriving on the rich mast that this Mrs. J. W. Aceywho has been il William R. Marrs of Knoxville Tenn. i ti. u. waaiuriry. phoid fever. farm produces. Buena Vista Ky. for some time here at the home of her Mrs. Tomlinson was born in Lancas- - ! parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ter, she was in her 53rd year, and was ' 3t xiugnes, nas sumcieiiuy recuperawu 10 reared here and wag known and ,iked for dumping a load of join her husband in Lebanon. Bids Wanted. by everyone; she had long been a. ' We desire to let the contract for 2i Mr. and Mrs. Marshall K. Denny.are member of the Presbyterian church and receiving congratulations upon the was a christian in every sense that the mjjes of turnpike road to be built at arrival of a dainty little Miss in their word implies. A devoted wife and kind once. Those desiring further particuhome. The new member of the house- and lovingjmother, true friend and noble lars and specifications apply to Chas. hold has been named for her maternal christian woman, her death will bring Deitnck or Henry Moore, Buena Vista, just as you were passing' J J lfc.1 sadness to the entire community. 2t-p- d I grand-mothe- r, Ky. "Lucy Bates". UIS After funeral services at the family What harm did he do? It is nice, clean coal. Not a bit of The following item will interest residence at 2:30 o'clock this Thursday Wanted. where the prospective afternoon, conducted by Rev. E. H. By the way, don't you need some for dirt or stone in bride is well known. "Mr. J. S. Hock- Pearce, assisted by Revs. J. Rockwell, An industrious man to represent one stove, furnace or open grate. We have just the right kind er announces the engagement of his Smith, F. M. Tinder and S. H. Pollitt, of the most extensive manufacturers of for every use and we shall be glad to send you all you need daughter Margaret Shanks to Mr. Kelly her remains were interred in the Lan- -. Home Remedies, Spices, Extracts, J. Francis of Hindman Ky. The wed- caster cemetery beneath a mound of I Soaps, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Stock ding will occur in June." flowers, sad memorials of the esteem & Poultry Preparations in Garrard or Representative in which she was held. The tender adjoining Counties. I have no clerks, no rent to pay, and love and kindly sympathy of the entire must furnish suitable conveyance. NO ALUM, NO UME PHOSPHATE no partners to divide profits with, thin community goes out to the grief stricken Large profits and a permanent position. is the reason I can sell buggies and husband and father and the children in Address The American Remedy Co., Tiffin, O. harness so cheap. . W J Romans. their hour of trouble. gg3 Stock at COST 30 Gossip About Hon. R. H. Tomlinson was in ville this week on legal business. r eopleNN D Two Walking Cultivators Ten Dollars Each. I. at1 i A well-deserv- R. MOUNT, SON :c Don't Throw Away Your - & CO. i t-- m n: vf ay i r.i. . VOtm-Kii- i f $?' .k V ' ' ! &&&&&&&&&& 't j 11 HI Q I National Ma ZCl.i 60 IvTic-- ;t fc 1 S THE QUALITY LAMP. I I l ! I ; I s Prices 40, 50, and 70cts I ! I Lancaster Electric I Xa)xx) Light Co. )(G).0;; X)jMX) discon a Don't Roast the Driver ! Coal it I ROYAL B -- I BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Roy at Grape Cream of Tartar Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. t t Pag 8 g the Central Record, Friday, May 9, i 9 3, 1 Baisgsaasa>igseastsastisttaBtataEfegttaaiSSGsatsan I Si Wall Paper. Wall Paper. L II IS P A NOW Name. Address. Is the time to buy your WALL PAPER as our stock is very complete and the PRICES are right. Get the pick of the many private patterns we have. Hurt & Anderson before June 1st. We can furnish you Paper Hanger on a few days notice. See us before you buy as it will be to your interest, for we guarantee to save you money. g liS P E R GOOD FOR TEN CENTS on every S1.00 worth of WALL PAPER bought of Bring This Coupon and SAVE Ten Per Cent On Your Purchases, Bright Spot T IT g The Store Beautiful ;rc;i3SSKK3S33SS;3S3$&3S3 ctCHcooc.cooooxxipoo(Ho NINA. 1 FARMER'S COLUMN ooofrfrocoooaooofrOoaoocooooOOO' daughter Lucile visited his father with five pigs. little Mr. J. M. Sanders at Marksbury last Ky. Harrison Ray, Buckeye, Sunday. IB Desirable residence for rent. Apply HIJENA VISTA to J. C. Fox, Lancaster, Ky. Oh, 'tradesman, in thine hour of e e e. Mr. J. T. Wilkinson, son of Mr. and If on this paper you should c c c, that the little Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson, who holds a Take our advice and now be y y y, son of Mr. Mat Moor who has been so very responsible position with the Go straight ahead and advert i i i. saacs is doing nicely now. Drug Co., in Louisville, by I have two good horses for sale, young ill You'll find the project of some u u u; Borned to the wife of Mr. Clarence which Company be is held in very high Neglect can offer no ex q'q q. Walton Moss. and gentle. Pendlton a 10 lb boy the child is dead esteem, spent Sunday here. Be wise at pnee, prolong your d a a a, Harrison Ray sold a cow and calf to but the Mother is doing nicely. Mr. T. S. Bnson has been appointed A silent business soon de k k k. Hiram Ray for $45. Mr. R. W. Sanders and wife and post Master at Yosemite Casey County. Taylor-I' pacc below tins beading Is for tlie exclu- ive use of our farmer subscribers, and Is lor trie sale of stock, grain and fiicb things on farm as tbe farmer cannot affo'd to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four Mrs. W. T. Watson. lines, and will be only lu.tuo issues of tbe We are glad to know fcord, free of charge News has been received of the seriand brother here. Ilia mother, Mrs. LIVE STOCK JLAKKET. Julia Hughes returned with him to be ous illness of Miss Allie Arnold of CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, Pittsburg, Penn. Mr. Willie Preaitt bought of Moris his guest for a short time. May 7 Hog Cattle Sheep Ross a nice guilt for $8. The announcement by Mr. Jesse S. 7 2S W) The last draft due the teachers has CATTLE: Shippers Mr. V. E, Whitker and wife spent Hocker of the engagement of his daugh- come and will be paid to the teachers Butcher steers extra hMKm id Good to choice S 00 7 Saturday night and Sunday with her ter, Margaret Shanks to Mr. Kelly J. Saturday. Common to fair to 7 15 father Mr. Sutton. Francis, of Hindman Kentucky, has ' Heifer, extra 8 00 s Goodtochoice Miss Annie Mae Prueitt is spending been received with much interest by 7 SO 7 90 How's This. Common to fair 3 25 7 25 a week with her grand parents Mr. and her many friends here. j i ' 2"i & ; Hurt Si Anderson S3l39SS&S433gSiC 9K Cows, extra Good to choice Common to fair Gunners Bulls balogna? 6 50 0n 4 G S 9 W Graham Springs Home of the Famous Gra ham Springs Water. The management nouncfe Lancaster. W WSae , 1 9 HOTEL. ft.M. BOURNE Auctioneer, an- - j ar trwi tBi a am? Psg a . 00 3 Extra Fat bulls CALVES: extra Fairtogood Common and large HOGS : good packers and butchers Mixtd packers Stags Common to choice heavy fat sous. Light shippers Figs, (110 lbs and less) tW47Cu 73S7 2M 7 7.1 6 f.O 5 Si i". 7C7I25 no desires to Good Service. Prices Ris 354-A. that the Hotel will open for Lancaster Phone For Sale: A sow I fc Runner duck Miss Artie Johnson is visiting relatives eggs. William Walker, Hyattsville, in Boyle Co. Ky. Miss Alyce Mabel Scott closes a Select y School here (Friday.) RENT:-Sixt- y acres of grass land, roR Mr. and Mrs. Will Poor spent Saturnear Pondtown, or will take cattle to day uid Sunday in Wilmore. graze. A. F. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Wm Johnson of DanA garage and stable to rent; apply to ville visited relatives here Saturday. Mrs. J. W. Grant, Richmond Street. Mr. Tom Skinner of Richmond Normal spent the week's end with his For Sale: Two good milk cows, fresh parents. and good milkers. Miss Genieve Williams of Louisville G. A. Swinebroad. is the guest of her friend Mrs. W. G. For Sale Jersey heifer with first Christopher. Messrs Clay and Will Hamilton of calf, gentle and a good milker. Lancaster were guests of their mother Sam Cotton Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. M. A. Hamilton Sunday. Mr. William Munday and sister of FOR carpet, Chairs, beds, and other household and kitchen Harrodsburg spent the week's end furniture. Apply to Mrs. J. W. Grant. with their aunt Mrs. Joe Hamilton. Mr. Henry Ruble is at home from Fol Sale:-S- . C. White Leghorn eggs Burgin where he has been under 50 'cents per setting. No pens but treatment by Dr. Guttery for several they have the farm range. Mrs. Jno. weeks. We are glad to report Mr: Doty, Paint Lick, Ky. R. F. D. No. 2. Ruble much improved. For Sale:-- Brown cultivator, good UAKKS1IUK1'. as new. J. F. Higgins, R. F. D. No. 1 Lancaster Ky. Mr. Mason Pollard spent several days Lost: Lost on Sunday night, April, ' in Richmond last week on business. 27th, between Hunter House and tole Mrs. Sallie Fox has about recovered gate on New Danville pike, a bible, re- from a slight illness of a few days turn to Charlie Cox or this office. duration. ' SALE:-"ReiYellow Dent" seed ' Miss Bessie Patton who has been at For corn, extra nice; this variety has won Richmond for the past 12 months came more prizes than any otheryellow corn. home last week. Mr. Robert Fox lost a valuable mare J. G. Doty, Jr. Paint Lick, Ky. with pink eye leaving a young colt which Wanted:-3- 0 cattle to "graze by the died 3 weeks later. month, rye, timothy and blue grass. Mrs. Crit Eubanks and daughter of B. L. Kelly, R. F. D. No. 1 Lancaster Stanford, have been visiting her mother Ky. i Mrs. Belle Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Swope have I will stand my Hornless Durham been recent visitors to friends at Lan Bull at my place at McCreary, 5 miles and Stanford. from Lancaster on Buckeye Pike, at caster Mesdames Rod Swope and C. C. $1 cash or $1.50 on time. He is No 1 Becker have returned from a visit to in every wa; . Dan Ray. theirsister Mrs Johnson of Nicholasville. For Rent 154 acres of grass near Rev. J. W. Mahan and Mr. Tom Hyattsville, for year 1913 would like to Chesnut went to Jellico Tenn. last Frisell. Mrs. Pattie G. Haydon. day to visit friends and to attend the Nealton, Jessamine Co. dedication of the new Baptist church of that place. Col R. G. Evans this week sold sevenTwo young men from Polly's Bend ty-seven head of fat hogs to Bean and Hutchins at 7 80 per hundred. were thrown from a motorcycle travelThey bought a bunch from W. H. Thur- ing the of 40 miles an hour with slight mond at same price and another bunch injury. The accident occured here and was caused from a bursting tire. from Samuel McConnell at 8 cents. Advocate. to-daSALE:-Brussels A I For Sale: Indian Hon. Harvey Helm indorsed Mr. BenWEBB ACQUITCED son and he was appointed on that indorsement. It has been reported that Thus Ending Famous Case In Lexington. another had been given the place over By unanimous verdict on the second Mr. Helm's indorsement. ballot a jury in th e circuit court in The popularity of Mr. H. J. McRob- - Fayette county on last Saturday returnerts and Mr. W. B. McKinney was ed a verdict of not guilty in the case clearly shown on Saturday when the against Richard S. Webb Jr. charged burning. Webb was election of a Trustee for our thriving with house school was selected. Mr. McRoberts charged with having set fire to the office of Prof. Paul Anderson, Dean of declined to make the race for suggested Mr. W. B. McKinney the school of Electrical and Mechanical but as being a gentleman admirably fitted Engineering at State University on the to fill the responsible place. The pop- night of October 30, 1912. The case ularity of these gentlemen is such that has caused muoh excitement in Lexingno one could be persuaded to oppose ton, the services of the stato fire them. Mr. J. L. Beazley who had been maishal being called into the case to mentioned as a possible candidate re- investigate the burning. fused to allow his name to go on the ballot. Only a few ladies took advanJIT. 1IEUUON tage of this, their first opportunity to cast a vote. Miss Bettie Scott was in Lexington last Thursday. 8 S03 '' b 254 8 34 550!25 7O0)73 guests Kentucky .1 May 5 SO 7 fti 00fi Jj ist, 1913. . Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, SHEEP: extra Goodtochoice Common to fair LAM ftS. extra Goodtochoice Common to fair ool Iambs Special attention to auto parties. . 5U0750 Meals prepared on short notice. 3 50 5 4 7 85 8 V) (Successor to Dr. K. L. Pontius.) Veterinary Office 105 25 5 7 41 CO Write or phone, 500i7 5 008'0 GS"725 K at Rainey s Livery Stable. Lancaster, Kentucky " and Dentist. Surgeon BenC.Allin,MgrCOIV1E! Harrodsburg, Ky. " " j Shrubbery on Steeple. A shrubbery of a dozen small elder trees, each over three feet high, wa3 discovered a few days ago growing on the steeple of the Wesleyan church, Kingston-on-ThameEngland. Wh0 So Ever WiJ1 get SHAVED at the NEAT and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. The Old Reliable Barber. Come and Phoenix Hote HENRY DUNC3N J. M. SKAIN, Mgr. Proud of Record. A clergyman in Chicago, celebrating Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky the fiftieth anniversary of his pastorate, draws attention to tho record of happy marriages at whlc'n he has off- Better Than The Best, No Higher1 iciated. Out of 4,607 couples married, Than The Rest. only two couples have been divorced. E.W.Morrow, Graduate Optician Mr. J. E. Sherrow sold a nice mare TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE Distilled. Filtered Drinking Water. Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction last week for $185. Money Back for any case of LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY Mrs. E. F. Scott had a mare to fall into a hollow and die last week. Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache that Mr. Joe Pope bought of Mr 3 E ..;,-Sherrnw t.wn nnwc nrwl fa1vac f JllG cine w.WM.tv l(W v,o ?W Physician Surgeon. Solace Fails To Remove. Miss Amy Montgomery closed a three If weak, you need Cardial, LANCASTER, KY. SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medi- months term of School at Bourne last Friday. the woman's tonic. Cardui Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220 cal discovery of three German Scienis made from gentle herbs, Miss Mollie Crawford of Buena Vista tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to was the guest of Mrs. Chas. Duncan acts in a natural manner, Office Hoars OHce over take, and will not affect the weakest Sunday. and has no bad results, as ft.m to 12. l p.m. to 4. Stormes Drng Stor stomach. Mrs. Thomas Crank has fever at the some of the strong drugs It is guaranteed under the Pure Food home of her father Mr. Thomas i sometimes used. As a medDrugs Law to be absolutely free Montgomery. and ' icine a tonic for weak, from opiates or harmful drugs of any DENTIST. Mr. Ernest Montgomery sold a bunch description tired, worn-o- ut women, Phune 65. Laneastrr. Kjr. SOLACE is a pure specific in every ui nogs to u. A. Arnold at Sets per Cardui has been a popular way, and has been proven beyond ques- pound for July delivery. success for over 50 years. tion to be the surest and quickest remRev. Mahan will preach at tni3 place edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to Saturday af ternnon in connection with E57 medical science, no matter how long j the call meeting. Hope all the standing. It reaches and removes the members will be present. root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and Take All Wiirk Guaranteed. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Speaks took their I purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek baby to Lexington last Tuasday where Paint Lick, Kentucky are the Sole U. S. Agents and have it underwent an operation for adenoids. . A few fine gilts for sale, heavy with t llttlp fpllnw fsa flninrr niral,r ofThe Tonic thousands of voluntary testimonial letPig. Phone ters which have been received from writing. Office Hours i?"13-m-(lto4-4to9Mrs. Lula Walden, of 229. m grateful people SOLACE has restored Gramlin, S. C, followed to health. Testimonial letters, literF. Robinson, Lancaster. PAINT LIUK. M. Denny anil ature and FREE BOX sent upon this advice. Read her let. A. WMer ! j W. M. ELLIOTT, snd - I I Women! I I H. I J. PATRICK, Dentist. The Woman's i. J. Reports from Madison county state that Edgar T. Doty, of Richmond will have the greatest stable of horses the coming season he has ever had, and when his remarkable success with Little Princess is considered that is saying a great deal. His stable will be headed by Emeiald Ray, Ray Moss' young stallion; and Mr. Doty claims that he will go down the line undefeated in the aged gaited classes. V" NewsOfTheChurcx.es. The W. C. T. U. District Convention will convene at Hustonville May 14. Mrs. Wm. Burnett president. Delegates Mrs. Fanny Farra, Mrs, Ed Price, Mrs. Dollie Brown, Mrs. Emma Kauffman, Mrs. Austin. R. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote the Solace Company as follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose 1. This remedy has been used by some friends of mine here and I must say its action was wonderful. (Signed) R. L. Morris. Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL STANFORD. AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY "No Special Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Holdam are TAKING SOLACE." spending a few days at Crab Orchard. Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST Mrs. H. J. McRoberts has returned SOLACE ALONE does the work. from Louisville where she has been vis- Write today for the free box, etc. SOLACE REMEDY CO., iting. Mrs. W. H. Shanks has been the Battle Creek Mich. guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Baldwin, at Richmond. Mrs. C. Hays Foster left Saturday for a weeks visit to her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Nuckols at Pineville. Mrs. E. T. Beazley and attractive daughter, Sadie Woodcock, are visiting Mrs. Beazley's father, Mr. Gray at Versailles. Succeed when everything else fails. Miss Ophelia Lackey of Crab Orchar" In nervous prostration and female spent a few houis here Saturday. Mis" weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. Lackey was returning from a very FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND pleasant visit to her brother Mr. Sam STOMACH TROUBLE Lackey at Harrodsburg. it is the best medicine ever 'Sold Mr. Wearen Hughes, of Memphis over a druggist's counter. Tenn., spent Sunday with his mother ter: "I was so weak, I Several men from here attended court in Richmond Monday. Mr. Jas. Burrows returned last week from Texas where he spnt the winter. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hammack have had for their visitor his mother of Flat Woods. Mrs. J. Morgan of Whites Station spent Tuesday with her sister Mrs. R. G. Woods. Miss Margaret Anderson entertained a number of her friends at dinner last Sunday in honor of her visitors Misses Nolan and Doty of Madison county. A team of sober minded residents of our village were lured up to the schooj when I first began to take Cardui, that it tired me to walk just a little. Now, I can do all the general housework, for a family of 9." Try Cardui for your troubles. It may be the very remedy you need. LANCASTER, The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. i IF YOU WANT Ed & N B Price I will give you POSTED Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Stormes EulldliiKOvei Office: son's Furniture Store. nnt j. Ander- - KENTUCKY Real Estate ( and Auctioneer. BtIY TO- ( Sell Sella Farm. at Auction Wire. a Farm, rock-botto- prices on SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION See 50 Choice Farms. Me or Touch the Live Elect tic Bitters grounds Tuesday afternoon and beaten by the boys 7 to 2. Lots of fun. They broke a bat, chopped a ball to flinders and knocked the props from under Edmond, who was acting as an innocent bystander. The Kirksville boys came over to the school grounds Saturday afternoon and kindly gave our boys a lesson in elementary base ball. As a mere matter of form tab was kept on the proceedings by means of a score card. Each side got one run, and the visitors notched foity more at odd times, just to make it decisive. It was a great game. Ask Chester. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, May 11th. 1913. W. T. KING, Phone 339-LANCASTER, KENTUCKY $l.ao Trip Round Trip Round '.ii Bw9JTf na nj'y.zi-flrz- z Training rviL ni:! n HlmQliR an. School for Teachers A School, .1 v RICHMOND. KY. SPECIAL TRAIN Intr.wedUIW Lite Slum Or tUcars. T.h-- la all PaMW or Jtestcctj. ppiclt! j-11- Lvs JUNCTION C3TY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. a Bfcr Cvmu Tollies Tnm to Jl p. rjotatre. Tw. .fileBilM d w. . mumc ..ixuac. nod.HeBooI. m Bltoriet . praMlCTbooI. dflrtmt.rirlclt.r.. IHIrt TfTm lrmrtt. SMonJTrn. SorraVT School .pea. jaao 1. TT. ort Tra AprtlT. amm u -- iv ..a jc.ti.v m . li Junii CUtor""" J. O. CRABBB, PreaWent.