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J Four from Stanford have entered the Song Recital. declamatory contest for the gold watch Miss Two severe thunder showers on last to be given at the Auditorium June 27th Frank who will sing in G. B. Swinebroad will address the Spring lamb and green peas are in voters at Paint Lick on Saturday June Sunday were accompanied by consider- All contestants must have names Lancaster June 17th, at Lancaster season. 7th at 3oclock P M and present his able hail. Luckily there re no crops and subjects in time for next issue of Graded School Auditorium, ihas promise Cut the weeds, white wash the fence claims for the nomination for County in such an advanced stage as to be in- the Record. Contest will of a remarkable career. certainl; and disinfect, it pays. She graduated in Lexington, Ky., rejured by it. The rains were of short take place on above date. Attorney. ceiving a four year certificate in New duration, but of sufficient quantity to gets sick When the faithful horse Teachers Examination. make a splendid ''tobacco season" for The Baccalaureate sermon will be York under the noted Charles Norman the automobile has its inning. preached at the Christian church of Granville, her voice developed into the days following. The June Examination for white a few Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock Sunday ncn contralto so rarely acquired, even The Cincinnati excursion Sunday was school teachers will be held on June 20 Sam Saddler Dead. June 8th, by the Rev. Ellis B. Barnes oy singers or mature years. She sang patronized as its pre- and 21st and for colored teachers on not as liberally Sam Sadler a worthy colored man of Richmond, Ky. The Baccalaureate in the Marble Collegiate church and decessors. June 27 and 28th. These examinations died Sunday evening during the severe address will be announced later. All the church of the Disciples and in a will be held at the court house in the Several concrete contractors are busy rain storm. Sam was well known in the friends of the school and of the number of private recitals. Her voice court room. in a few weeks ther circuit on our streets and is of rare quality and her appearance the community and bore a good reput- class are cordially invited will be good walks all over town. here will be an interesting occasion for ation, he has for many years been the Inprorement About The Square. Odd Fellows Decoration Day. music lovers, and those who are intergrave digger at the local cemetery, and While we are about it, it would be Handsome lampposts with ornamental some one had to perform the duty for local lodge off Odd Fellows will ested in her for her fathers sake. The well to have concrete on at least one lamps now seem a certainty about the him which he has so long performed hold their annual decoration ceremonies Miss Frank was born here and it is a improve to the depot. We are sure the public square. With these street matter of sentiment with her that sh on next Sunday afternoon. They will for others. L & N would cheerfully do their part. ments and the new concrete walks we assemble at their lodge room at 2:30 makes her first professional appearance square itself and the park hope that the Cut Worms Doing Much Damage. o'clock and will go to .the Christian in the town of her birth. We have the best crop of mint in will be made to look so insignificant that Reserved seats on sale at McRoberts Reports come in from all sections of church at 3 o'clock, where they will years, and sugar at five cents a pound, some means will be discovered to bring hear a sermon, after which they will drug store at 50 cts, general admission but the other necessity for the making; them up to a conditjon ;n keeping with the country from damage wrought by proceed to the cemetery and decorate 35 cts. children between six and twelve cut worms. Mr. W. S. Carrier seems of the "julip" is scarcer man was ever . their surroun(1jngs the graves of their departed brothers. years of age 25 cts. the most severe sufferer, he having a known in urs locality. field offifteen acres of hemp complete- All Odd Fellows are requested to bring Ice Cream Supper At Fairwiew. The Filter Again. ly destroyed by them. He was com- flowers. Cutting the water off from the The ladies of Fairwiew church will pelled to utilize the ground for some At the regular monthly meeting of lie fountain robs many a poor Another Candidate For Justice Of The the City Council on last Monday night horse of a drink, but it perhaps saves give an ice cream supper at the church other crop, the hemp being entirely Mr. J. B. Greer of the Greer Filter Peace. him from disease. A public watering on the night of the 14th, the baturday ruined. M'fg. Co of Pittsburg Pa., the firm trnnirh ia a snlendid nlace to SDread an nieht before the third Sunday. The Mr. James H. Dalton who announces proceeds to go for the benefit of the Must See A Game Occasionally. epidemic as a candidate for Justice of the Peace which had the contract for putting in church. The good ladies of this localLocl base ball fans being deprived in the Lancaster district is a loyal the new filter at the waterworks, made The hanging out of the "ice" card ity are noted for their hospitality and of the pleasure of having a home team democrat and one of Garrard counties lormal demand that the city pay them does away with our being awakened by all who attend may expect a good time the sum of $1125., which amount he are taking considerable interest in the most respected young men. His claimed was tne the cry of the icemon. Why not have and the best of everything. balance due him on the local colored team, an as yet undefeatentrance into politics comes not as a cards for the milkman and the hucksed aggregation, and Ihey re really personal ambition but at the instance filter. Mr. Greer claims that the filter Send Names And Subjects. ter and we might enjoy our Sunday putting up a classy game, and the of large number of democrats and is complete and is according to the morning nap in peace. Six have entered the Declamatory white fans are patronizing them liberal- business men of the community who specifications and his contract with the city, and that it is fully capable of contest, for the gold watch to be given ly. They defeated a Stanford team on fully cognizant of the importance of Flower Mission. what is demanded of it, that at the Graded School Auditorium, on last Saturday by a score of 14 to 4. office appreciate the fitness of Mr. the All names the evening of June 27th. June 9th is Flower Mission day. Dalton to serve the county in the is, filtering 100,000 gallons of water in Col Bennett Young Again Chosen. The W. C. T. U. will observe it Sat- and subjects should be sent to one of capacity of Squire. The new candidate twenty four hours, ninety nine per cent pure. The city refused to accede to urday. All of the members are reques- the undersigned at once. the is one of the counties most At J. A. Beazley. Unitedthe closing ceremoniesat ofChat-- successful business men andcapable and his demands and in turn demanded that ted to bring flowers to the room at 2 he has the Confederate Veterans M. D. Hughes. the Greer people refund to them the o'clock sharp. tannoga Tenn. last week. Gen. Bennett confidence and respect of everybody. While other worthy and loyal democrats amount paid them, which is some thing H. Young of Louisville was unanimousin excess of $1,000. The city has thorly chief, are seeking the nomination of magistrate as Commander-i- n in this district it will be conceeded by oughly investigated the filter plant, s as were also his departmental officers. Jacksonsville Fla. was chosen as their all that a more suitable and capable they claim, have had experts to examnext meeting place. Tulsa Okla. and practical business man could not be ine it, and as a result of that investiNashville Tenn. were also contenders found to assist in handling the large gation they claim the filter is absolutebusiness interest of the county than ly worthless to them and wholly incapfor the next meeting. James H. Dalton. While he is very able of performing what is claimed for Spring Lamb Trade Begins. modest and unassuming he is very it So the matter stands. The bonds amounting to $12,000. for Garrard cojnty usually ships from ten popular and his worthy opponents will the improvement of the water plant, soon be convinced that they must to twenty car loads of lambs, most of which improvement included an adequate them to the Cincinnati market. The contend with James H. Dalton in the filtering plant, were voted in August lamb crop this season is a little below August Primary. 1911, and when they were voted the the average, and perhaps a dozen cars people hoped and fully expected that will cover the seasons shipment. Hon. A. 0. Stanley Delivers Beautiful they would have.a filtering plant which Messrs Lawson & Brown shipped the Memorial Sermon To Confederate would supply them with pure water. first car of the season this week, and Almost two years has now elapsed and they have about two thousand Iambs Soldiers. we are yet without a filter, the heated engaged at prices ranging from 6 to 7J Congressman A. O. Stanley delivered season is rapidly approaching, and with cents per pound. the memorial address over the graves its coming we may expect the water of the Confederate dead at Lawrence-bur- g supply to deterioate considerably in Ill Luck Follows Mr. J. T. Raney. on last Tuesday. The fact that quality. They have been very patient An evil spirit seems to be dogging many of the little band of grizzled men thus far, but patience some times the footstepf of Mr. Taylor Raney, he who wore the gray that helped to com- ceases to be a virtue, and they are now has been harder hit by the "hoss dis- pose his large audience were led from clamoring for some kind of a filtering ease" perhaps than any man in the Anderson county by his gallant father plant, and their impat'ence is not withcounty, and on last Sunday afternoon to battle for the "Lost Cause," lent out merit However1, the city council while attempting to mount his saddle pathos to his utterances. is still endeavoring to install a filter horse he was thrown violently to the and we believe they will finally succeed, Tribute to Immortal Band. ground and sustained a sprained ankle. 'JA few more days and the last sen- but oh! we do wish they would hurry. The injury is a very painful one and tinel will for the first time have fallen will incapacitate him for business for asleep at his post, and the last heroic The Disease Among The Horses Of The some time to come. defender of the 'Lost Cause' will have Town And County Rapidly Abating joined his companions upon the 'Nether "The Good Old Summertime" is here. MMMBntMJM '&WMWigM&M&M 1 Genuine AND Brown Brown Manly CULTIVATORS. Brinly Leverless CULTIVATORS. Genuine Malta Double Shovel Plows and Garden Plows. See The Brinly Rastus Tobacco Plow. IPs a Wonder. I per-formi- HASELDEN BROS. Mi'SiMrrgMMia'iliJMfgMrpjJl', MdM rauireiilfrgrw rfsi m 32&&& LAUM Special Attention One Thousand pieces of g&mm GRANITE WARL going for 5WSB! Farmers Busy. V r 5, 10, 15 CENTS. Such bargains were never before in Lancaster, come while they last. There was never a busier time with the farmers. The recent rains have placed the ground in splendid condition to work, corn is to be plowed over, tobacco to be set, and the more forward crops to be worked out clover meadows almost ready for the sickle and wheat not very far behind, labor scarce, high and hard to get, all combine to make the farmer a very busy man, and giving him very little time to allow the grass to grow under his feet A New Disease Besets The Apple Shore. "What men they were, these fine And Conditions Rapidly Reverting To Their Normal State Trees. The apple trees in this locality are being attacted by a disease which some call "twig blight", but for which there has neither cause or remedy as yet been suggested. The trouble makes its self apparent by the deadening of the limbs and foliage, beginning at the extreme ends and working inward, and while it has as yet apparently failed to injure the fruit, extreme apprehension is felt for fear it may cause consider able damage. Mr. Dishman In Town. CONN BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks. ?m&Q3S33tS3E8m&C&33 A SURE SIGN Dr.E. B. Dishman of Barbousville was in Lancaster on last Friday. Dr. Dishman married a daughter of Dr. W. Ross Burnside in Barboursville. He is a formidable applicant for (he Internal Revenue Collectorship for the eighth district, and should it be deemed expedient to go out of the district for a man to fill this office, we know of no better man to choose than Dr. Dishman, both because of his relationship to one of our former citizens, and because of the fact that he himself is an affable courteous gentleman. Off For Mammoth Care. of service, reliability and public confidence all of which are necessary to an Bankiug institution, are here evidenced: up-to-d- DEPOSITS. April 4.1907 $47,564 31 April 4,1909 $72,273.60 April 4th, 1911, $94,736.69. April 4th, 1913, $120,514.74'. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company William Bryan, excursion agent for L and N was here last Friday in the interest of the Mammoth Cave trip which his road offers on June 9th. Exceedingly low rates are announced in its advertisement on the 3rd prge of this issue. Quite a number will take advantage of this cheap rate and a special car is being arranged for those who expect to go from this county. This trip has tie approval of all the County officials and will be personally conducted by Miss Jennie Higgihs our popular County School Superintendent For any further information call on or 1 phone G. M. Patterson, Agent Cross." exemplars of the chivalry of the South with their high aspirations and modest e mingling of strength and tenderness, of courage and cf courtesy. "A thousand proud and tender mem ories cluster abont this sacred place. It is well to garland their graves with flowers and bedew them with our tears. poor tribute and mute memorial of our debt of love and reverence for the dauntless day. For us they offered on the reeking alters of war life and light and love in youth's sweet prime. Few are left to recall that gallant band who marched away with high hopes and flaunting banners; few are left who last saw them through a mist of tears. "Their sons and daughters share a sacred kinship in their glory, and.when our davs are done, may your children and my children gather here with bow ed heads and reverent hearts, to be consecrated at this alter, to learn to emulate the sacrifice and the heroism of that dauntless band who met all the errors and vicissitudes without fear and without reproach. "For four long years my martial father led this immortal band; nearly a hundred they were who answered their country's call a handful; not a score returned, battle-scarre- d and tattered to tell the tale so full of pathos and glory. 'They were a part of that great battalion whose fame some future laureate of the South will sing in deathless song a story of the Alton Brigade, of their leaders, all left dead "" upon tee field of fame. Will Long Revere Memory. "So long as Sparta shall recall Leoni-da- s and his band so long as .England shall remember the Light Brigade and the charge at Balaklava or France shall swell with pride and tenderness at the mention of the Old Guard and the bloodred gulch of O'Hane, so long shall Kentuckians revere the memory and coramemoate the valor of that dauntless band, whose debonair disdain of death dreads neither peer nor parred annals of war. allel in e "It was becoming that he who was the commander and companion of his brothers in arms, who followed with them the chapgin,g fortunes of the "Stars and Bars' untilthe folds were in the dust, should, a, soldier in a sacred cause, have enlisted under the Captain of our salvation and the Banner of the mien-strangall-th- THE BEMIS Tobacco The prophecy made by the government expert that the horse disease would gradually die out is proving true, the cases are few and far between and the malady much less virulent than when it made its first appearance, and it is confidently expected that in another week we shall have seen the last of it Col. A. D. Lpavell. County Live Stock Inspector, has received instructions to institute a quaratine in instances where k is deemed expedient and has given rigid instructions as to the establishment of the quarantine where found necessary. The instructions are in part as follews "notify such persons that mules, horses etc contained on their premises shall not be removed therefrom or come in contact with other such live stock until the disease of Catarrhal fever has ceased to exist among such quaran tine stock and their premises shall have been properly disinfected. Disinfection shoukTbe conducted as fol lows: Remove all dirt, loose litter and manure from the barn, sheds and pens, thoroughly sweep rafters, walls, mangers, stalls and all inside surfaces, then disinfect preferably with a power spray pump, the entire interior surfaces of the stable, the grounds sheds and fences, with a 5 per cent solution of pure carbolic acid or a 2 per cent solution of cresol. Crude carbolic acid shall not be used for disinfecting unless knowledge is had of its per cent-ag- e strength and then diluted so as to give the finished disinfectant an equivalent of a 5 per cent purV carbolic Planter .A-Hsrs- will set plants where others fail, your tobacco will mature from two to three weeks earlier than when set by hand. For sale by w. j: iroim: BUY YOUR MEAT AND GROCERIES FROM Davidson & Doty We strive always to give our customers the BEST Meat and GROCERIES, handled in the most Sanitary Way. t acid." Col. Leavell's instructions are not optional with him and they must be carried out to the letter where the disease makes its appearance in malignant form. It would be well for till persons who have had the disease on their premises to follow the directions herein prescribed in regard to disinfecting their premises. These instructions with the prescriptions for disinfecting, came from Dr. A. J. Payne of Louisville, who is State Live Stock Inspector, acting under the direction of the Department of Animal Iudustry of the U. S. Government ft Page 2 The Central Record, Friday June 6, 1913. Real Estate For Sa le IS No 1. This is No 2. We offer for sale a modern six room Bungalow located on Water Street. This is a bran new building constructed by the best of workmen and only the very best of material used, with all necessary out buildings. of the best sections of the city. This also is in one ft IS IS I offer for sale my handsome six room cottage on ;Water Street. one of the most desirable residense in the city and situated on one of the best streets. Good neighborhood, only few steps to new school building, has good garden and all necessary out buildings, in fact it is everything you could desire for an ideal home. For further particulars and price, apply to For further information and price, apply to F. G. Hurt, IS Hurt Lancaster, & Anderson, Kentucky. Kentucky. Lancaster, ,5;ii53aswfcfcPfciifcrerarerarereBre m& ;ESS3ssss35sassass3S2;ss;j Why Salves Caifi Cure Eczem; . s I as for incendiarism, this is a crime nurtured and in good condition is not An Ounce Of Preventative Is Worth A "Jockey A Row" Once Familiar that is more diljgently searched out nearly as susceptible to the disease as Pound Of Cuae, Take Tbe NecesInstitution In AH Central Kentucky than any in the calender in the state one that has been cramped in crowded incorporated. of Kentucky, and be the fire of ever so and poorly ventilated quarters, and fed sary Precautions Now And Towns, Rapidly Passing To $1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. trivial a nature, if there is the least inferior provender. The farmers are Kinco the fieory of cur- trou'jlts I.i t none that tre can recoming eczema through the Mood has been mend as hishly at this for we know that Save A Doctors Bill suspicion as to its origin, the State Fire rapidly realizing the fact that sanitaOblivion. given up by scientists, many different D.D.D. stops the itch at orn-eWe jj t J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. want you Marshal makes a thorough and pains- tion among their live stock is equally been tried In The Future. "A few years ago "Jockey Row" salvt-- it havebeen found for skin diseases. be enough to give D.D.D. a trial. That w X But has that these salves to prove it. taking investigation, and in a great as essential as sanitation among his R. L ELKIN, Business Manager. only clos the pores and cannot penetrate Of course all other was almost At the risk of being accused of "'con-- I day in everyan essential to county court to the inner &Kin be'ow the epidermis D.D.D. I're&crlpUon so druKtsts Ithave yon to them majority of the cases the guilty persons family, and that it is the surest method . central Kentucky town, where the eczema cerms are can't corre to us but don't accept iru-bi- s Entered at the Pot Office lu Lancaster, Ky., are brought to justice. of warding off disease. Of course the stantly harping upon one subject", we and This the quality of penetrating profit "substitute it seems to have been peculiar to probably explains tho tremendous sucMall Matter. as Second-Clas- s Kut if you come to our storp. we are But to the point, circuitcourtconvenes well fed, well conditioned horse is not ' will again call the attention of the citi that particular locality. "Jockey T will do for l i Row" cess of the well known lifiuid eczema so cei Sain of what zens of the community to the necessity emtily, oil of wlntercreen. thymol. Member Kentucky Press Association in Lancaster on the third Monday in immune from the disease, but the that we onr you a full size bottle nn was some side 'street given over, almost etc., as compounded in D.D.D. this s iarante If you do not find t'.Pt this month; the county is unusually free danger of his contracting it is reduced of observing the laws of sanitation as of a necessity, to the cheaper and it ta' es awny tho itch AT ONCE, it class of Prescription. a means of warding off disease during We have sold other remelies for skin costs you not a cent. from crime, but there is always some to the minimum. Eighth District Publishers League. horse traders. Here they would gather Keep your stables clean, see that the the heated season. From this time from a infractions of the law, infractions which R. E. McRoberts & Son. distance of fifty miles around to , the officers are not cognizant of, and stalls are kept free from decaying forward we may expect hot weather, Ky., June 6, 1913. j. Lancaster, u iiuue nurses, ami inciueniaiiy , : ,! ,;!, r .v ...v. . it the iitcsoibv ui laniuti aiiytning never will be unless some good citizen straw and other refuse, that Vcb .i . pocKet Kniletoan .. . , eise iiom a , ., .. puts them upon the track of it. clean bedding is provided, keep the every precaution against every disease ' disin-hon . iiuiu:uuiresning macnine. nere :n,Mntn.l,i,..,0,i IG1 IUU. UCtlll j every old srow bait in V.. ......uwaai. .IUbU ov,i Rates For Political Announcements Now is the time for a man to show just stable and its surroundings well the country was good a citizen he is and at the same fected, use whitewash freely, give the now and cut your weeds, and when cut, to . .$ 5.00 be seen; horses that as a usual thing For Precinct and Citv Offices . community stock good sound wholesome food and do not allow them to lie and rot upon 10.00 be of material benefit to the or County Offices : ,i,,.u !, .l.oll, u rM,lmcr it nf tha water that is not contaminated, use thp crrnnnri rWnvino- vcrorhl matw. nau n ara 'y suinciently Vitality to drag 15.00 : For State and District Offices.... i " "M v a Sunday the same precautionary measures with is a splendid breeding place for typhoid "'"" I f g,".ger' .10 evil doers. Do you know of r'or Calls, per line f CFZ conducted in some outof your sheep, hogs and other stock and and other diseases, burn them and thus 'nflUe"C! ,me 10 "crap game", a,,u uu For Cards, per line '"utmeni, Known on.y to o avoid you will find that the losses from nv rUW nf thpir VMUtflli w w trouble r vw the way place, or perhaps some party horse jockeys, caper and prance like the For all publications in the interis slyly conducting a bootlegging ease will be so materially reduced as to in the future. Weeds cut now before typical or expresKentucky thorougbreds, and est of individuals amply pay you for your labor and they go to seed will cause you less business, or have you seen any seining sion of individual views, per "mixin" was frequent, some of these who has seen it, money expended in sanitary measures. trouble now, and will materially cur10 or know of any one . animals of ten iine tail the crop next season, while if we times during.thechanging hands a dozen then it is your duty to give such infor- day. 05 Obituaries, per line mation as will enable the authorities to Hamilton Col eee Commencement Exercises, wait a few weeks, they will havB be "Jockey Row" was formerly fairly come much more luxuriant and as take the matter ud and punish those The 44th annual commencement of matter of course, much harder to be peacable, but of late years it has become We are authorized to announce the who are breaking, the law. a rendexvoux for all the scalawags who Hamilton College extends from June rid of. following candidates for Democratic As for the latter named infraction, it ' frequent county court days, until the 6th to 11th 1913. On Friday evening, Nominations. Look well to the source ot your wat- institution has is one that is indulged in by many ' become so obnoxious that June 6th, will occur in the College er supply, see that the water is pure, people who cannot be classed as For State Senator. Chapel the certificate recital of the and your dairy or refrigerator, what in some places a ban has been placed criminals, persons who have a misconupon it by law. and it is gradually On the next even- ever place you may CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. keep your milk and ception of the laws recently enacted music Departmeot. existence. From beingstrictly ing will be a like program given by butter, milk is easily susceptible to in- Of Boyle County. for the protection of the streams, pera meeting place for horse traders, it fection from -- erm, see ,hflt it ;. aafe. has come to be frequentted by venders CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. sons who are imbued with the idea inose wno complete me course in On Sunday evening, June -Of Casey County. that it is their inherent right to take pression. T.ovtnfftftn Anrltfrnrinm will ' lv nrotprtpfl from flipa" ' lonlf wpll tnvnur of illicit booze, and the police are ' ' Sfb in window and door screens and see that compelled to keep a vigilant eve nnnn fish by means of nets; it matters JUL .. "The only kind because, as I always say, when be held the joint JJaccalaureate exer your house is For Representative. kept as free as possible ;t and jf there is a disturbance in town who the parties are, high or low, rich cises of the University, including also from flies. a man puts money in a thing he wants to know that Use disinfectants, lime, 0n county court day, nine times out of or poor, if they are caught they will be JOHN M. FAURA. the College of the Bible and Hamilton whitewash and he's going to get the worth of it out again." carbolic acid, freely on ten it is on "Jockey Row"; hence the punished, we have ample assurance of College. J. R. MOUNT. Reverend Roger T. Nooe, of the outhouses and "That's plain business as I look at it." as all premises, disrepute, and the erowine clamor for this fact, Judge Hardin himself has "That's why I say the price doesn't tell you anyFrankfort, Ky, will deliver the address We have been very over the For County Judge. careful of these its entiro tvnnvnl from thpi.nmmnr.ifv sured us of his thorough sympathy of the evening. On Monday afternoon thing at all. There's only one thing that talks except matters in the past and in consequence Another reason for its abolishment, is . with the move, as also have the county CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. there will be an exhibition of the work there has been very the wagon itself. That's the name of the maker." authorities, and the person caught vio i f tVn oriilinto ! tUn TlnnoiilrWflnf nf little sickness, but the danger of the spreading of disease, JAMES A. BEAZLEY. "When you buy a Studebaker you're buying a ., it requires eternal vicilance alone: these horses and mules gather there from lating these laws, regardless of his,. vehicle that has behind it and in it sixty years of exArt, and on Tuesday evening in uie j lines to insure success, I u i position or sphere in life, will be given i. and the meas every wuex e, me ui: i uieiame unui uie ui.iiu, For Sheriff. lflaera Pnonal trtava titi 11 ra mfan tho U perience sixty years of success and sixty years of ample reason to feel sorry for his misyearshould be repeat halt, sick and well are bunched together '. reputation for the square deal. That's why a Studed!fed annual public program of the Marlowe C. A. ROBINSON. ed and deeds. enlarged upon, and in one conglomerate mass, and mary Club. On Wednesday morning at ten baker always looks good to me." ASHBY ARNOLD. necessary that the name of the results will prove satisfactory. Do cases of disease no doubt after a day It is not "My father used to say that Studebaker honor was as sure oclock in the College Chapel will be Vis rim trllTsrfl oVlAlll1 A vvs n AW tlst not weary of well doing, if you would spent on this thoroughfare. as a United States bank note. He was talking after having used 8, ... held the class-da- y exercises, followed insure For County Attorney. will it be should he desire to have it the health of yourself and famStudebaker vehicles since he was a lad, and he told me his father The city has frequently made or iby the planting of the Ivy. befoie him said, 'Be safe get a Studebaker. ily, follow closely the laws of sanita- dinances regulating "Jockey Row", ' kept secret simply furnish your county Th(j G. B. SWINEBROAD. Cornmencement wil, be held tion. "Vehicle builders can't hold that sort of reputation nowaattorney wiin a list 01 ine witnesses, in the Lexington Opera House on the ach one more stringent thad the former, ' GREEN CLAY WALKER. days without delivering the goods. A Studebaker wagon ha3 the what you believe they know and any best in it. That's why a man gets the mat out of it why it's evening of June the 11th. Mis j Grace Louisville Herald Voices The Sentiment and we believe that it is only a question always an economy." date or which you may be possessed For Jailer. of time when it will be completely D. Pickett, Director of Music and a "Dealers may say to you something else is "Just as good." But that will assist in ferreting out the pupil for some years of Leschetizky in abolished by a city ordinance. Of Louisville In Their Appreciation when you buy a Studebaker. you're making a safe investment JACK ADAMS. you desire investigated, and you case every time." will play; the Hamilton chorus DAVE ROSS. may rest assured that the matter will Vienna See our Dealer or virile at. Of The Merits Of "Our Bob." Princess Popped Question. How Victoria under the direction of Miss Carrie B. be brought to the attention of the will sing. The address will be A recent issue of the Louisville STUDEBAKER For Assessor. South Bend, Ind. Louise Made It Easy For Duke. grand jury. You have a duty as a i Neale delivered by Dr. Peter Ainslie, Pastor Herald contained the following witty CHICAGO KANSAS CTTY NEW YORK DALLAS DENVER citizen to perform just the same as the DAVE C. SANDERS. SALT LAKE CITY SAK FRANCISCO MINNEAPOLIS To the world at large the recent anPORTLAND. ORE. of th? Christian Temple, Baltimore, though complimentary notice of R. E. officer has a duty to perform as an of- - i E. B. RAY. Maryland, a well known leader in edu- Hughes. 'Bob" began hi3 career in nouncement that the kaiser's only ficer, do your duty and rest assured j W. L. HUFFMAN. daughter, Princess Victoria Louise, tirtll An thoTa firtrl if nn ara lav cational thought and activity of the Lancaster in a country newspaper, and triair h'hest type. Dr. Ainslie organized no one here is surprised at his, to use was to wed Prince Ernst Augustus, in your duty, they' will perhaps no.t be j For School Superintendant. now successful Temple College in the Herald's language, "meteoric rise:" auKe ot Cumberland, was a surprise. able to perform theirs because of your the Here is a greater surprise.Jand it comes j MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. Baltimore, designed to train young men "Hello, Old Man!" laxity. It is almost criminal of itsejf of good authority. It was the princess Right away we've made ourselves to with hold a knowledge of guilty acts women specifically for Christian work. For Magistrate. Even justice herself who popped the question. We are glad to announce to the good committed, it at least blocks justice He is also chairman of the Commission liable to prosecution. There had been many suitors for the So notable have tempered with mercy calls for at least . 1st District. and prevents the guilty from being on Church Unity. hand of this comely, regal young wo people of Lancaster and Garrard County that punished. See that the knowledge of been his efforts to coordinate the think- thirty days and costs for this flagrant man, and she had disdainfully appraised JOHN N. WHITE. wrong doing in your particular lo- ing and doing of the modern church, imposition, this palpable infringement all and found them wanting. the WALTON E. MOSS. Finally our cality is brought to the attention of that recently he was invited to deliver on a copyright. Everybody knows that along came the Duke of Cumberland, SHIPTONH. ESTES. coming grand jury and you will rid a series of addresses before the faculty the cheery salutation which leads this and he was on the oats with papa, the the DAVIS SUTTON. gem of prose belongs, appertains and yourself of a nuisance which you have and students of Yale University. JAMES H. DALTON. kaiser, too. adheres exclusively to Robert Edison long wished might be abated. Come According to the pretty little roman2nd District forward and perform that duty which Col. Roosevelt Yindicafed,Trial Ends Ab- riugnes ana to his neirs and assigns ce from the lips of the princess herself, CHARLES C. BECKER. .forever, Certainly. Well, now that you owe to yourself, your family, your was at a ball in the royal palace of TAYLOR T. BURDETT. we've already in bad, we may as well it community and to the common wealth. solutely When Defendant Admits He is now in operation. Potsdam that the proposal occured. LOGAN ISON. proceed: After she had gone through the maze Mr. Hughes' meteroic rise to fame Was Mistaken As To Truth Of This is a Lancaster institution, owned of a waltz with her brother the princess We are authorized to announce the ana iortune began in a newspaper was swept out upon the floor on the Sanitation Among The Live Stock. following candidates for city offices. Utterances Against Him In office that is, the fame part of it and controlled by Lancaster people; and we c arm of the dashing Prince Ernest Audid the yeast in the fortune part did For Police Judge. gustus. As they sat later among the The epidemics which have raged His Newspaper. hope and believe that all legal citizens will not begin to "work" until later. At palms he hesitated to speak the mesamong the live stock of the country E. W. HARRIS. any rate, Mr. Hughes was a good news sage on his lips; "I am happy tonight, during the last few years has brought give us their support and patronage. J. P. PRATHER. paper man. .He got so good that the forcibly to the minds ot the farmers The libel suit of Col. Theodore Roose Commercial Club took him away from Prince Augustus," said the princess. Our aim is to make the highest quality the necessity of sanitation among live velt against George A. Newett at "I, too, am overjoyed, your highthe game ana made him secretary, ness,"" the prince assured her. There was a time when the criminal stock. The very first remedy suggest- Ishpeming Mich, ended abruptly last "It is a And Bob himself of sanitary ice, and to furnish the public a night that should have no ending" class inspired fear in the hearts of a ed by representatives of the depart Saturday when after the conclusion of years conspicuous "Why, prince?" great many of the better class of cit- ments ot animal industry and others the testimony for the defendant, the through several success at that post. Then he went satisfactory service at prices as low as are "Because, having entered paradise, I izens, and to such an extent did this who have made a study of domestic defendant took the stand and reading over to hello a little for the Kentucky am loath to leave fear exist that in many instance tbe animals and their ailments, is sanita from prepared manuscript stated that it". consistant with good business methods. Company more success. Bob very vilest of criminals wentunwhipped tion. To eradicate scabies among the he had been unable to find throughout Electric "Need you?" she asked demurely. tt Tungsten he is a regular Thus was the betrothal brought of justice for the reason that good sneep, aipping wnicn is essentially a the entire country any person who shines. And he is also some dynamo We cordially invite you to visit our plant. about. citizens who were aware of their mis- sanitary move, and now for foot rot, wocld support the publications in his current flickers deeds were afraid to inform upon them dipping again in an antiseptic solution; paper over which the suit arose, and any time the Bod just connects himself up on the cirBine Grass Stripping. for fear of some calamity overtaking for cholera among hogs, the most rigid admitting that he had been misinform cuit and the current goes right along. them because of the information they sanitary measures are advocated, and ed. Col. Roosevelt then arose and W. B. Denny of the firm of Denny d Always affable, a highhad furnished. An often heard ex- - with the latest and most deadly and magnanimously waived the matter of Bros, left Tuesday for Boyle county to boosting pression in those days was "I am expensive disease which has prevailed damages, save the nominal damages of powered business man and strip blue grass seed. He took with Louisville first, last and all the time afraid to say anything about that man, among the domestic animals, Catarrhal six cents provided by law in the state, That's" Bob. him five strippers and a sufficient crew he is mean enough and some night Fever among the horses and mules, and the court instructed the jury to to man them. It was at first thought P. S. He has red hair." Incorporated. might burn my house or barn." How- and while a cause or remedy is as yet find for the plaintiff in that amount that the blue grass seed crop would be ever, these days have passed into his- undiscovered, extreme sanitary meas- and that each should pay their respecLost: On or near the public square almost a complete failure, but the reKentucky. Lancaster, tory and no man in this day and time ures are advocated. Observation has tive costs in the case. The case thus last Tuesday, one of the tops of my cent rains have materially improved need fear to give information that already taught those who have studied ended which was a thorough vindica- tank wagon. If found please return to the situation, and it will be much betwill assist in the upholding of the law; this disease that an animal that is well tion for the hero of San Juan Hill. ter than was expected. J. W. Sweeney. The Central Record Iod'-;nl- D-- e. " I ' ..,". j..ii I I .m..i.. ...... I w I dis-wh- - W4h ,.; " - I ' J , m I ..... -- passed ''Thats the sixth Studebaker we've the only kind to invest in" ( i ui , I I J I "fc ICE PLANT "hello-old-manne- 100-wa- Ky-El-- good-nature- - Blue Grass Dairy & Ice f Company. K. 'If .'.- - V I The Central Record, Friday, 'June 6, 1918. Page 3 JUNE CLEARAN GE 2Q Specials White Lawn Aprons elaborate-- ly embroidered, with pocket and edges scalloped. 45 by 36 Hemstitched Pillow Cases handsomely embroidered. 44 by 21 Full bleached Turkish Bath Towels-hemme36 by 19 inch Embroidered and Hemstich Huck Towels. 1 The Womans Club I (Edited By The Womans Club) oooo X tno Q -- ' 'KL H H H Begins Thursday, June 5th, ENDS JUNE 31st. bona-fid- e We offer about 200 yds. colored Silk Stripe Voiles at 12c a yard, reduced from 25c. 1Z,C I r J yCLof 9c. Castile Soap for 9c. One full pound Bar Pure White Reductions on every article in the best assorted and highest grade line of Dry Goods and Ladies' Garments carried in Central Kentucky. Only such merchandise as is wanted by the very best trade. We mention a number of items from various stocks to give you an idea of the price reductions, but remember that everything in our store except a few restricted price articles will be marked down. This sale is an offering of inch Bleached Huck 10c yd. 20 Toweling. aback The Woman's Club calls attention to the laudable enterprise undertaken for the benefit of the Graded School, hv the women of our town. It is to be called the Garrard Co., Womans Fair, and will be held at the school buildinc on July 17 and 18., premiums will be offered for every line of Woman's work. A concert will be riven freB the first afternoon. The babv shnw promises to be interesting and along new lines. The Art display will be fuller that any fair in Ky., can boast of unless we except the State Fair at Louisville. The promoters of this unique enterprise are not exclusively Club Women, but it is with pride and pleasure than we think our Club column call attention to it, and commend it to the peo ple of the community. The Railroad officials in response to the plea of the Chairman of Civics in Woman's Club, are hauling dirt in cur. loads preparatory to the beautifying of the DeDOt Park. So much fnr a lit! interest on the part of this good de- partment of our Club. i r 1 O 36 by 18 inch Home- - "spun Linen absorbent Towels. The best cheap Towel ever made. quality bleached by 90 inch. Seamless and ready for use. Excellent OUC.sheets Ca PAINT LICK. 81 Linen 50c yd. Pure damask table wide, worth C3c 64 German inches Terms Spot Gash. Silks Every piece of Silk In our stock will be offered at greatly reduced prices during this sale and we will offer No Goods Laid Hosiery. Aside op Sent on Approval Tailored Suits Half Price Mc-Call- or Extra fine quality white Pique. Two size cords reduced from 33c. We carry an immense variety of Hosiery SPECIAL A counter full of rem- for ladies, children and men and our regular prices are lowest possible, but during this sale all kinds of hose from cheapest to finest Silk Hose will be sold at reduced price We still have on hand an excellent assortment of Tailored Suits in Serges, Checks Whipcords, Eponge, Cords, Etc., in light and dark colors, and offer in this sale any of these (except Wooltex) exactly half regular prices. in Black. Navy, Grey and Tan. These were very cheap at 35c. Choice of a big lot of $1 rC all Silk Shirt Waists. -- 25c Mens Pr.Half-Hose- extra heavy Silk , fine The nants, short ends and dresslengths of plain and fancy Silks at exactly One Half regular prices. $io Tailored Suits now $5.00 Lace Curtains. All kind of Curtain materials will be marked down for this sale. We will offer special a lot of Lace trimmed Scrim Curtains in white and ecru at 81.25 pair for $2 curtains and 81. for $1.75 curtains. 75c a pair for $1.25 curtains. Single pairs of curtains at half price $19.50 $35.00 $15.00 $25.oo Tailored Suits now Tailored Suits now $17.50 Tailored Suits now $7.50. Tailored Suits now$i2.So. $9-7- materials are Crepe du Chene, Chiffon, etc. and prices were from $5 to $6. Pure Linen Silver 10c yd. ch Crash TowelingBlea 1C Wash Goods. Hundreds of Pieces of this season's most desirable Wash Fabrics will be offered at sweeping reductions from regular prices. We mention a few of them as an index to the prices. 5c Choice of all the Calico's. 9c Choice of all the best 12 'Ac Dress Ginghams, such as Bates' Seersucker, Toile du Nord, Silk Dresses Half Price. We offer you choice of about 75 desirable Silk Dresses at exactly one-ha- lf regular prices. The prices ranged from $10 to $lo, and will now be from $5 to $20. U 1 yU.white J Fine quality stripe Crepe for Silver and Cut Glass. With the exception of Towles Silver we will offer special prices on all Plated and , Sterling Silverware,Cut Glass and 1847 Rogers 500 yards of Q 1 b7C TT4 yCL.Silk Ribbons, wide all in Moir- Special. We offer a lot of Chiffon Party Dresses in white, pink, yellow and novelty piinted Chiffon, reduced ft cm $13.50 to $5.oo. es, Satins, Dresdens, Stripes, etc., worth up to 50c a yard. Choice 19c. French 10c yd. 48 inch from 20c Lawn reduced Etc 9c All the best 36 inch Percales, were 12i4cts. 10c A small lot of 15c Zepher Ginghams, 32 inches wide. 18c Genuine Imported Scotch Ginghams, were 25c. 10c 36 Inch Galatea Cloth reduced from 18cts. 15c Genuine Juvenile Cloth, was 25c. 19c Colored Ratine, reduced from 25c. 18c- - Colored Dress Crepes, reduced from 25cts. 15c Colored Stiipe Corduroy, reduced from 25cts. 12 lzc--. Fancy printed Kimono Crepes, reduced from 20cts. 10c Printed Cotton Foulard, reduced from 18cts. And many other small lots of desirable fabrics at very low prices. Parasols& Umbrellas Fancy Parasols are the correct thing this year and we offer all our New Line at very low prices, as well as the entire line of Wash Dresses Half Price. We offer you at Half Price about fifty new Wash Dresses made of Ratine, Voiles, Crepes, Linens, Etc. Original prices were 85 to $28, and during the sale will be just half. $1.00.duced from $1.50. Mens 28 inch Umbrellas re- Yards of assorted White Goods in Plaids, Stripes and embroidered dots, worth 20 and 25c, Choice 10c 10c yd.j Ladies Furnishings During this sale you can buy Gossard Corsets, Redfern and Warners Rust Proof Corsets at reduced prices. Also all kinds of Neckwear, Kid and . Fabric Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Underwear, Hosiery, Jewelry, etc., at decided reductions. White and Tub Dresses. We still have on hand a good assortmedt of fire White Voils Crepe and Lingerie Dresses, Linen Dresses and regular Tub Dresses, and will offer any of these at less than'regular prices. one-thir- d $1.95 reduced from Cp.O JSIze Silk materials. Genuine 90 C.petticoats. Ladies Rubberized Raincoats 3. (h") QC Ladies full length and full Ki monos made of fancy Wool and Silk Coats. $28.50 Silk Coats now $18.75 $22.00 Coats now $15.00. $15.00 Coats now 810.00 $20.00 Coats now $17.75 $2o.oo Coats now $13.75. $i2.5o Coats now $8.00 Halcyon Messaline Household Linens You will save from 10c to 20c on every dollar you spend for Household Linens during this sale. Every piece of Irish and German Table Linen, all Towels, Napkins. Table Cloths Crashes. Sheets, Pillow Cases, Etc., will be offered at greatly reduced prices. $1.25 $1.75 $2.50 $1.50 $2.00 $3.00 House Dresses Dresses now Dresses now Dresses now Dresses now Dresses now Dresses now 90c 81.25 $1.75 $1.15 81.45 $2.00 5c Best Apron Ginghams. $6 Chiffon Shirt Waists Now $2.q5 alotof SeParate S3.Q5Choi"ofetc., the former Serges, 87.50 to $11.00. Skirts in Voils, prices of which were White Goods. Every piece of White Goods of the many hundreds in stock will be offered at much less than regular prices. Reductions will apply to all kinds of staple White Goods as well as Fancies. We call special attention to the great line of novelty White Dress Fabrics such as Ratine, Crepes, and Voiles, all imported. These sold from 50c to $1.50 a yd. and will be offered during this sale at a reduction of ONE THIRD. Miss Stella McWhorter is the guest of relatives at Berea. Miss Annie Belle Ballard of Lancaster is visiting her sister Mrs. Jack Davis.' Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Woods and family have moved to their new residence. Mrs. Joe Gailey of Kirksville, spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Ross. Mr. M. K. Ross and little daughter Ruth have returned from a short stay in Cincinnati. Mrs. E. C. McWhorter has for her guest Mrs. J. F Farris and daughter Kuth of Louisville. Mr. Jas. G. Conn and little son Clarence of Wilmore visited the family of Mr. I. C. Rucker. Mr. W. S. Fish and little son Craig of Stanford visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fish last Sunday. Mr. and Mis. Tom Logston and Miss Nettie Treadway attended the Com mencement at Berea Wednesday. Rev. S. K. Hunt and family left for their home in Scottville, Ky., after a visit to her mother Mrs. Spurlock. Several young folks from here attended the play "Queen Esther" given by home talent at Berea Monday night. Mr. George Todd was thrown from his horse one day last week and is suffering from a badly sprained shoulder. The lightning struck and killed five head of stock belonging to Messers James and Walker Guyn during the storm Tuesday. Lydia Cleone, the-litttwo year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Led ford died last Thursday night of measela. much sympathy is extended the family in their bereavment. The Strawberry supper at the school on the 28th was a success. The women of this section are bountiful providers on such occasions, and the holders of tickets improved the opportunity and made a clean sweep. The Supply fund netted twenty dollars. There was lots of emphasis to the hailstorm of Sunday evening. The glistening globules galloped across the lawns and danced like pop corn in a hot skillet. A good many of them would weigh a pound. Cogs that were fussing over the heat chased the funny fruit, and got the effect by stuffing their innards with it. Robins appeared at the psychological moment, and helped themselves to fishworm frappe. A Bunch of boys from Point Leavell. mostly in overalls, came uy to the school diamond Saturday and administered long delayed medicine to the Kirksville team, who had not come for that purpose, exoctly, or they would not have been accompanied by such an escort of the fair sex to witness their discomfiture. P. L. stands for Paint Lick, too, and our boys took more than a gentle interest in the proceedings. It also means Pretty Late in the season, but better late than never. And it was a Powerful Lesson. The Poor Ladies had no chance for vocal demonstrations. The result was Plenty Laughabla. le soda-founta- in Child's Dresses Half Price. We Will Offer Our Entire Line of Children's Wash Dresses at Exactly Regular Prices, Shirt Waists, oar handsome line of entirely new style Shirt Waists made of Voiles Crepes, Lingerie all the very latest All One-Hal- f Gold Jewelry. During this sale we will offer Solid Gold Jewelry at decided reductions Cuff from our already low prices. Links, Brooches, Lockets, Chains, Cameos, Scarf Pins, Fobs, Rings etc. All strictly new and correct styles. Lav-allierr- shapes and trimmings will be marked down for this sale only. Dress Linens. time when most Dress Linens are wanted you can buy them at reduced prices. Linen Lawns of every grade from 35c to $2 a yard. White Dress Linens of all grades and weights, colored Dress Linens of all kinds. All at reduced prices for this sale only. Just af the A. B. ROBERTSON & BROTHER. Danville,, v To Save Life First Muslin Underwear. 50c Muslin Gowns will be 43c. 75c Gowns will be 59c. $1. Gown3 will be 85c. $1.25 Gown3 will be 98c $1.50 Gowns will be $1.20. Kentucky. Imported French Underwear bargain prices. at 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. FRED P. FRISBIE. Office Citizens National Bank. . 7 - -- - -- f"-1- Page 4 The Central Record, Friday, June 6, 191 o NO DIFFERENCE IE mMmMmM&MMiM Pursley s HAMILTON Every- valley. TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE The Proof Is Here The Same As where. IiMBeit Composed of Roots, Herbs, and Barks, for all !s I j .HIBlSlH The North Western Cow Bov. DAKOTA. JACK, Blood Diseases, Rheumatism,Kidney Liver, StomachNer-vousnes- s and Female Diseases. FOR 45 DAYS TREATMENT T -I $1.00. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy onf fr a" am' Deafness, Burns, Stings Sprains Etc. 25cts per Bottle. For those who seek relief from kidney backache, weak kidneys, bladder ills, Doan's Kidney Pill offer hope of relief and the proof is here in Lancaster, the same as everywhere. Lancaster people have used Doan's and Lancaster people recommend Doan's, the kidney remedy used in America for fifty years. Why run the risk of dangerous kidney ills fatal Bright's dis ease. Here s .Lancaster proof. Inves tigate it. W. M. Zanone, Campbell & Crab Orchard Sts., Lancaster, Ky, says;- My kidneys were disordered and the kidney secretions were irregular in passage and contained sediment. I had pains in my back and sides and when I stooped, I had difficulty in straightening. Finally, I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they completely relieved me." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. Foster-Milbur- n Co, Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. We have had a good rain and is going on nicely. Mr. J. H. Hamilton was in last week on buisness. Mr. and Mrs. Wm Lawson was the guest of Mr. and Mrs Melvin Stinnett Last Sunday. Mrs. Charley Davis was the guest of her sister Mrs. Lucy Hammack Jr; last Wednesday. Mrs. Wm McQueary was the guest of her sister Mrs. George Beazley of Flat Woods last week. Mrs. Malissa Matem died at the home of her daughter Mrs. Pitts on Thursday May 22 and was buried at Carters-vill- e cemetery Friday 23. She was a christian lady and loved by all who knew her and her loss will be mourned by many friends and loved ones. Ulcers And Skin Troublas. old running or fever sores, ulcers, boils, ecze- Money Back for any case of Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Solace Fails To Remove. thai I We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. If you are suffering with anv CREME SOAP. For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. lOcts All on sale at j Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts, E. Stormes, R. E. McRobef ts & Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman & Son, Lowell, Ky. J. hi 0M':aniiTaiifiSMi nt- - Don't Wait for the Wood to Show Before You Paint ! wMMsfi It 5Z2SZ2&ZZX?, Postponing painting is like putting off payment of taxes. You are only piling up expense. The wise man paints often, so that there is always a protecting film of paint between his house and the elements. The more durable the paint, the less often this must be done. most durable paint in the world is '.The Phoenix White Lead (Dutch Boy Painter Trade Mark.) and Pure Linseed Oil. when mied to suit the conditions of the wood. All good painters do it this way. Make sure that yours does it, too, and that he uses Dutch Boy white lead and linseed oil. Drop in at our store and get our "Painting Points" containing valuable suggestions on selecting color schemes for inside nd outside your home. C.C.&J.E.Stormes Lancaster, Ky. ?s2mmmM&!T m jk&ffm ee THAT m2 k. l tfiatjointL CS Mfg. and Guaranteed by J. Robt. Crume, Bardstiwa, Ky. Price 50c at all Druisti. ma or other skin troubles, get a box of SOLO DV Bucklen's Arnica Salve and you will C. C. & J. E. Stormes. get relief promptly. Mrs. Bruce Jones of Birmingham, Ala., suffered from The Early Fly. an ugly ulcer for nine months and R. Lee Morris, president of the First By Walt Mason. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured her in 22 Texas, wW'5s; . The early fly's the one to swat. It weeks. Will help you. Only 25c. Rec- National Bank of Chico, follows: wrote the Solace Company as zHl ) "Sk comes before the weather's hot, and ommended by R. E. McRoberts, n Si U 9 W fe "I want you to send a box of Solace sits around and files its legs, and lays to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for at least ten million eggs, and every egg PREACH EUSVILLE. which I enclose 1. This remedy has wM bring a fly to drive us crazy by and been used by some friends of mine by. Oh, every fly that skips our swathere and I must say its action was wonters, will have five million sons and Compounded according to tho Original & ExMrs. William Richardson has been derful. (Signed) R. L. Morris. clusive Formulas & Rocipcs of Charlio Whitu-Moo- n, daughters, and countless first and sec- quite sick. up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. Put The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment ond cousins, and aunts and uncles, scorMr. William Flanary went to LancasIT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL of human ailments. Endorsed ia tho Bible. es of dozens, and fifty seven billion ter Monday. AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY Thousands of Testimonials. the nieces, so knock the blamed thing all SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat Body-Toni- c. "No Special Mr. Fisher Herring has completed a TAKING SOLACE. CHARLIE WHITE-MOOto pieces. And every niece and every man Skin Ouly. Ask your druggist, or vrriie nice new barn. Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST The Ccwioy HobiBst aunt unless we swat them so they Mrs. Henry Kidd has gone to Wood- SOLACE ALONE- does the work, i ORIS'NAfOR OF can't will lay enough dodgasted eggs CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N Write today for the free box, etc , ChEUKNc INCIJ1 n to fill up ten kegs, and all bine to visit her mother. REMEDIES SOLACE REMEDY CO., I I 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky Mrs. Victoria Anderson is having a & SCIENCE SOPE these eggs, ere summer hies, will bring new tobacco barn erected. Battle Creek Mich. JL forth twenty trillion flies. And thus it goes an endless chain, so all our Mrs. Lydia Rigsby and little grand"swatting is in vain unless we do that daughter are both some better. swatting soon, in Maytime and in early Mr. Samuel Payne was severely kick June. So, men and brothers, let us ed by a mule one day last week. rise, gird up our loins and swat theflies! Mr. and Mrs. Walker and family of And sisteis, leave your cozy bowers Garrard visited her mother, Mrs. where you have wasted golden hours; Anderson. with ardor in your soul and eyes, roll Rev. J. E. Roberts will preach Satup your sleeves and swat the flies! urday night, Sunday and Sunday night at the Methodist church. Most Children Have Worms. Misse3 Carrie and Zula Noylor and Many mothers think their children Miss Ella Blankenship visited Miss are suffering from indigestion, head ache, nervousness, weakness, costive-nss- s, Katie Payne Friday night. A weazle got into a coop of frying when they are victims of that most common of all children's ailments size chickens of Mrs. F. L. Thompson ,i Ej JJ i'I -- worms. Peevish, fret- one night last week and killed 25. Messrs. Jerry Arnold, Payne, Cumis ful children, who toss and grind their teach, with bad breath and colicy mins and Ben Duncan are working at pains, have all the symptoms of having Hyattsville on a house which Mr. Arnold "Made-to-Wc- ar worms, and should be given Kickapoo has under conUact. Worm Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge While preparing eggs for cake baking which expels worms, regulates the bow Mrs. J. H. Thompson noticed an els, tones up the system, and makes unusually large egg. On breaking the " FCn SALE BY children well and happy. . Kickapoo shell two large yolks came out, besides Worm Killer is guaranteed. All drug- another medium size egg with another CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky, gists, or by mail. Price 25c. Kicka- shell on it. We often hear of a "wheel poo Indian Medicine Co., Philadelphia within a wheel", but this is the first and St. Louis. time we ever have seen an egg within egg. re-qn- SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medical discovery of three German Scientists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to take, and will not affect the weakest stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Law to be absolutely free from opiates or harmful drugs of any description SOLACE is a pure specific in every way, and has been proven beyond question to be the surest and quickest remedy for Uric Acid Troubles known to medical science, no matter how long standing. It reaches and removes the root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blood. 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One df them sings: son visited their parents, Dr. and JMrs. 'Oats gottin' that silver-gree- n they get Hendren last week. before it's time to ripe; Mesdames Sarah and Kinnaird WarOld whitewash man again to ner of Stanford, and Mr. and Mr?. light his corncob pipe; Walker of Lancaster, were guests Watermelons beginning to vine, and Alex of Mrs. Will Simpson Sunday. cantaloupes the same. supn The strawberry and A catbird over there tellin' per which was given at the Methodist every one his name." church Saturday night was well atBest Laxative Fof The Aged. tended the amount received being Old men and women feel the need of about $63. a laxative more than youne folks, but Misses Hester and Mary Anderson, it must be safe and harmless and one Messrs Scott Hamilton, Silas and Sher which will not cause pain. Dr. King's man Anderson motored from Stanford, New Life Pills are especially good for Sunday and were guests of Mr. and the aged, for they act promptly and Mrs. J. M. 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The formula is on every can. made from the highest-grad- e Peaslee-Gaulbert Mastic Paint is more economical than ordinary paint, because it covers more surface, lasts longer, looks better, and gives the very best results. It adds years to the life of your property. udee7: .ikrt R. E. McRoberts & Son. IffSB WSBE WHjfEJflEg- - VST - s?. ffrjygt-s- :. .1 ..v'j The Central Record, Friday, June 6, 1913. Page S mmmmmm'mmmm mmmwmmmm. VS ? 31 BLEUCHER Standard Registered Vol I 46158. For Public Service, Season 1913. I offer the two fine Saddle and Harness Horses, Record 2:29 V , Trial 2:14 . Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 'A . Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15J hands, foaled 1900. 18. Sire of 60, damn of G5. fDark Night 2858 Sire of 31. Inc. Search- - (Noonday ByStElmo27i. light BrightllRbt I Silent Brook 19709 2:0Si. Dark Wilks 2:09 Ri.eord2:1i'. (Harry Clay 43. 2 SK. Valpa2:09, etc. Sire of I111I Bnrk2:03;f. Sire of dams ........ .. (Norwood4.Belle of 50. Shawby2:u7Ji, Meadow (.Jenny Clay Great brood mare Emma Brook 2:14, Zarrine By NarwoodnK. Brook 2:0 ( Baron Wilkes 47'8. 2:18 2:07;.;. Lady Bellbrook hire of 12 In 2:10. etc. fMoko241S7 2:10, etc. Sire of Ilrcnda Yorle (Queen fctliel. B Ftrathmorc 4fS. 2:0U. Ferno 2:0.-.Dam of Bninps f)Hi. Nathe Belle (3) 2:0l'4, IClayo . -i Sller Silk (4) 2:0S'. Dam oi i.ma nans MonrleoOi) 27'i Susie ltT,lA. Bleacher 2:23J. Wilkes Nutwood 8000, 224ji. N. (3y2.t. etc. tr. 21:7: out of a half ( Sire or Carl WHKes 2:0lH. sifter to Silent Brook (BettvClay i Jenny Clay. 2:16H- Rr TInrrv ClaV 45. Half bister to Silent Dam of Silent Brook Brook 2:16U.Reddie Clay 2 MH, Reddle Clay 4 Lilly Clay 42.'JX.aad 2So'i, etc. dam of True 22li. (Alcjone72,27. Carroll Preston a 4383. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3. I I DON VERRICK. Will make the season of 1913 at my barn 3 miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike at 2:0. Bay horse, star, both hind ankles white, seven years old, 16 hands high $10.00 M W TO INSURE LIVING COLT. $25.00 To Insure Living Foal. o 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 of Garrard Chief 2253; 4th dam, daughter of Bories. Grey Eagle. I ft 27 HIGH CLOUD 3334. Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. S K 1 Don Verrick, by Onward Silver 2.0554 (who sold for 525.000.) by Onward, he by George Wilks. 1st. dam by Wilks Boy 2:2 Ui, 2ml dam Mary, by Bo-Grey Eale, dam of the Wa 2:1514 and Madlein Patten, dam of Robber 2:10; Billy Wilton 2:20. Winchester 2:19, Miss s Silent Brook 19769, 2:1GJ, sire of Billy Burk 2:03, Meadow Brook 2:0GJ, Shawbay 2:07. Zarrine 2:07J, Betty Brook 2:09J, Emma Brook 2:09J, Lady Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:101, Silent Brigade (2) 2:10J,Margaret Bathgate (4) 2:11J, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07, etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, also produced Reddie Clay 225, and was grandam of Prue 2:21J. Moko 24457, sire of Fereno 2K)5 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Brenda Yorke (3) 2:032 (Futurity winner.) (5) 2:04, Native Belle (2) 2:07 (Futurity filly,) Manrico (3) 2:07 (Futurity win(champion winner.) (3) J ner.) Silver Silk (4) 2:08, Susie N. (3) 2:09 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10, Mobel 2:101, Mochester 2:10, Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:11 (Futurity winner) etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion,) Vito (4) Martha Tipton (4) 2:09, O'Neil (3) 2:131, etc. Brother to Bumps 2:03, Baron D. 2:lo, etc Bleucher 46158, record 2:29, trial mile 2:141, 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 aire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the gn at Futurity sire Moko. A grand combination of two of the best race horse families of the present day. He being a real race horse himself, having had very little training and most of that by an amateur It certainly looks like 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, 16 hands high, good size and substance and plenty of bone. 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. R. 2:30. Don Verrick is bred exactly like Spanish Queen 2:06 , and sold for a handsome price. Phoenix Hotel J. Only Fire at the same time and place stand my big 15 & hand Jack at I will also M. SKAIN, Mgr. 10. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. $20.00 To Insure a Living Foal. Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky These horses are both sound and genuine saddle horses with speed Better Than The Best. No Higher action, and perfect gaits. Than The Rest. I have facilties for erring for mares sent to me from a distance and will furnish good grass at reasonable price and the best of personal attention. Distilled. Filtered Drinking Water. 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 LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY from the State or bred to another horse. Care will be taken to prevent but not responsiblue should nny occur. You are invited to inspect acci-ciden- ts I 1 A lien will be retained on all colts to secure the payment of season. Will use every means t3 prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. LOGAN HUBBLE. MmmmoBm .wr&& these horses at A. T. Nunnelly's stock yards. Official Directory Of Garrard County. W. 0. Walker, Stanford, Kv AT BELLEVUE FARM. Near Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky. Circuit Judge Hon. Charles A. Hardin. Commonwealths Attorney Hou. Emmet Pur J ear. Circuit Clerl William B. JIaon. Master Commissioner W. II. Broun. Trustee Jury Fund Benj. F. Kobiuson. Oniclal Court Stenographer Miss sue Shelby Mason. County Judge A. D Ford. County Attorney J E. Robinson. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tomlinson. Coroner J, A. JoDes. Sheriff George T. Ballard. Deputy SLerlff C. A. Robinson. Superlutendaut oi Schools MUs Jennie Hig- I offer for public service during the Season of 1913, by the show record in the AMERICAS FINEST SADDLE STALLION Winner of 82 first. 25 chamDionshiDS. 2 drand chamDionshiDS past three seasons. Unequaled by any other horse. No. 47jL4 Sire, Dignity Dare Dam, On Time mare. Standard Time is a black horse 16 hands, head and neck seldom eqvalled on any horse. in harness class when three-year-ol- 20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. I am prepared to take care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. Lien retained on colts for service fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. W. PHONE 95. Uhlun 1:58 B. BURTON, LANCASTER. KY. Bingen 2:06 4. gles. W. S. Carrier. Deputy Assessor E. B. Kay. Jailer Jack Adams. Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer B. F. Hudson. Assessor MAGISTRATES. J P. Bourne 1st, DIst. Lcgau Isou 2nd. Di't. HarrNo:: Ray Srd. DNt. Janus Coldiron 4th, DIst. roCNTY RJARD OF EDUCATION. CronUy liioac'din. 1st. Di-itIt. D. MrMnrtr) Slid li-- t. O. J. Hendren. 3rd. DUt. Thomas f. King, 4th. DIst. CITY OF LVNCASTEU. Mayor II. T. Logan. City Jnage E. W. Harris. City Attorney R. N.Toinlln-ou- . City ClrV H. K. Htrnrion. City Assessor John M Mount. City Treasurer I). A. Thiimus. Chief I'elieeL. E. Herron. 1 inch high, with a Won several blue ties d. He is now saddling nicely. If Will Todd 2:14 3. you are looking for size, style, action and bone and a fine combined They Mature $100,000 would not buy Uhlan. Bingen, sold at $50,000 at 19 years of age. Todd sold for $28,000. Badpn i oil for $25,000. Bob Douglas sold for $20,000. Mr. J. T. Huguely, of 515,000 was refused for Gordon Todd by his owner. Boyle County, raised Todd Mack, who sold for $15,000.00. The Todds Always Sell. Early. horse, you shonld see Standard Time before booking your mares make the season at my farm three miles from Danville pike at the low price of on Stanford Breed In The Most Fashionable Family Best Bred Son of Todd, 2:14. The Fastest Race Record Son of Todd in America. f;.$'iisMi s . . Jl liHff'r.,.1 ,..'- -. J jt-? -- . '- "- &' - ?" - $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Parker Gregory. V. M. Zttiioue. G S. Greenleaf. COITNCILMEN. 11.(1. Hairlltcn. H Money due when mare foals or is parted with. K. Walter. Record Brown horse, 15.3 hands, foaled 1906. Bred by L. G. Lightfoot, Sired by Todd 33822, 2:14 4 3-- GORDON TODD 2:07. $30.00 2, 4, 46793. Eufala, Ala. m. Iliri..lcjii. TO INSURE. 2, 3-- 4, L.&N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. 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 08 Todd Mac 2.07 Iowa Todd 2.07 Northern Man 2.06 Kentucky Todd (3) 2.08 Sue D. 2.03 2 etc. Dictator Todd 2.0S Bingie Watts (2) 2.16 etc., son of Sired dams Fannella Watts (3) 2.14 Magowan (2) Bingen 2.06 4 and Fannella 2.13 (dam of Sadie Mac 2.06 etc.) 2.10 by Golden Slope.12434 ' Idam Gol Jen Ready Golden Sire of Lady Slope 2.15 Dam of Gordon Todd 2.07 4 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 Mary Bee 2 Jam Sire of Colonel Kuser 2.11 4 (sire of Full sister to Bayrenth 250 4 and Belle Kuser 2.08) Balleno 2.11 2 Boodle hald sister to Edison 2.27 4 (sire of Ethel Downs 2.10) Miss 2.12 Brock etc. Sire of the dams of Promise 2.10, Princess Xenia 2.13 4 Eoline 2.14 etc. He was out of the famous n.are, Goldsmith Maid 2.14. Aberdeen 27 3 dam May Bug Sire of 52. including Kentucky Union 2.07 Edison Dam of Bayrenth 2.20 Dentine 2.13 4 Bessie Owens 2.13 2.27 4 and grandam of Promise 2 Golden etc. Sire of dams of Onward Silver 2.10, Momento 2.19 2.05 4 Patchen Maid 2.08 4 Good Goods Boea 2.20, Monday R. 2.22" 14, 2.09 Aldeen 2.09 0. M. C. 2.10 Henrietta 2.21 Col. Pattrick 2.10 Tulu K. 2.12 etc. by John C. Fremont . 4 dam May Steers Son of Long Island Black Hawk. Dam of May Bird 2.21 The veteran reinsman, Mr. E. F. Geers, has the following to say relative to this horse. "I am under the impression that Gordon Todd will prove to be a great sire' as he was good headed, pure gaited, with plenty knee, shoulder and strife action which all good sires have to have. I do think that had he been sound he Yours truly, would have gone a mile in 2,04 or 2.05 and probably faster. E. F. Geers. 4, 4, 2, 2, 4, 1-- 4, 3-- 4, 3-2, 1-- 4, 3-- 4, 1-3-4, 2-3-- 4, 1-3-- 4, 1-- 4, 3-1-- 4. 1-- 4, 1-1-1-4, 4, 1-- 2, 1-- 4, 4, 1-- 4, Arrive. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond by My Own Kentucky 3764. He by Chester Dare 10, dam Little Kate with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexing- 5851, by Prince of Denmark 423, at the fee of $75.00 to insure a living ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & colt. For extended breedii g, etc,, address, Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. Kentucky's Choice 3765 No 10; 5:00 a. m. Jpseph McDowell, Jr., Agent. Danville, Kentucky. Kentucky Choice is nominated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake. M Helton stable at Marksbury, Ky , 3404 at my No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South. No 2S; 11:0-- a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast ' Major R. L. C. Jr. ; t ' I ' s?l ILSw TttmIM I Li I train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Will make the season at "Elkin Place" at $10.00 TO INSURE. Will make the season of 1913 at Green, and at Bardstown Junction Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting train to Bristol & Atlanta. to Elkin, Lancaster Ponies for Sale. $20. to Insure Living 413G. Colt with fast REX HELTON 3404, sired by Rex Peavine 179G. 1st dam by Maud Helton ellnhttattottB an& GARRARD PEAYINE. Will also make the season of 1913, at my place at 10.00 to insure a living colt. He is a fine young three year old Sired by with fine style and action. Rex Peavine, 1796, dam, Gordo Lady, 6330. After Reading The Records. A writer in the Saddle and Show Horse Chronicle, issueApril 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- And then HE correctly records , JOHN S. BAUGHMAN, Phone 523. P. 0. Box 236, Danville, Ky. Individuality, Breeding, Speed. 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. A fine black Jack with white points, foaled in August, 1905, 15J hands high, k wlnn,nS raee record on Grand Circuit 1812. T1.2.J.1X 1)011116 I.Aft F" of Ruth McGregor 2.08J. aOrand sired by Billy Keen, by Tom Keen, I rllSt 6 ZIIIV Circuit winner ofl912. Son ol Jay McGregor dam a show Jennet by a son of Joe 2 07jwbo recently sold for fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000.00) for export to Russia, and who Blackburn. This is a large fine Jack sired Baldy McGregor 2.0?, who sold atauctlou February 4th. in New York City for sixteen with the best of shape, fine and generthousand dollars (10,000.00) for export to Austria, Ills dam Is Baroness Sibyl 2.25?.;, a daugh al make up and will stand at $10.00 to ter of Baron likes A great many people consider Chlmewood the Insure. I in i I pi J As trotting atalllon living; son of LllWIBWOOQ LVi Lien retained on all colts for service Hlghwood 2.21 and Chime of Bells by Mam- Ills first five dams are in great brood mare list. Uncle 8m's Commission of fee. Care taken to prevent accidents brinoKine. four men from different States passed on this horse, Mr. Rommell Chief of Animal Hus- but not responsible should any occur. bandry of the United States, offered his limit, three thousand dollars (3.000.00) cash for Money due when colt is foaled or mare The undersigned hereby give warnChlmewood to head the government breeding farm in Colorado. This as well as other of parted with or bred to other stock ing to all persons not to trespass upon Xers have been refused. without permission. our lands for any purpose whatever as This Is the time to patronize these horses. For 1813 terms and full Information and the we will prosecute all offenders to fulAddress, place. JAMES GRANVILLE CECIL. lest extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. $25.00 Insures a. living colt; G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Farm 3V miles from Danville on Danville and Harrodibnrg turnpike. " "' Marksbury, ' Kentucky. Ed A N B Price Local and Long Dletance'Fhone. Ko.'lSS Danville, Ky" n i14 Ask us to show you the VERY latest in size, style and form and lettering at the right price. THE . BOHEMIAN EING 2410. to-da- y. The records not only confirm his stateThe place in the front rank as a sire of show colts twenty six of his get were winners throughout the United States ment, but are much stronger. Remember last year. But why go on? This stallion's phenomenal success as a sire has made him the sensation of the saddle horse world. Central Record. Investigate For Yourself. Then Decide. , 14 POSTED We are now meeting mares at Harrodsburg, Danville, Shelby City and Burgin. Will cheerfully reserve places for your mares if you will wire me. to for Each Horas. MARK GOINS, ALLEN S EDELEN, Burgin, Kentucky GLENWORTH FARMS. Also have Bourbon Director, almost a brother in blood to Bohemian. King, standing is bred right, therefore, breeds right. at $20 He r Ito, !- -- , JU - - ? W5i fijff-- WT - -- jF - - f l Page 6 The Central Record, Friday, June 6, 1913,- - i s t - A rTjg-BKB5jinrTTnriM- OH Torrent i Of TfinwrnriTii 1 Tremendous B l m u it iipi irniiHTi H.T.LOGAN'S STOCK OF CLOTHING Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods, Ladies Suits, Dresses Costumes, Spring Coats, Etc., go on SALE, ittii h 'i' i m r E8M.ja?!3sa'ggS7.',wacafiyprY;s SATURDAY, JUNE and will continue until June 28th. A It's Money in Your Pocket to Read this Bill Through Carefully. dinary values you'll secure, will be LONG REMEMBERED. Just think what it means to get the benefit of such values now as we've cast aside all thought of profit and are not considering the cost in many instances. Every department in our store is offering its share of surprising bargains and you are just in time to take advantage of them. Come to this sale and tell your friends, for such values as offered in this sale will well repay your visit: Remember the date. You are just in time for the best selection from our complete assortment. 7th, 1913 timely evant, affording the people of this community a "wonderful" opportunity to purchase this season's finest merchandise, at prices that are far below their regular values. Our complete stock, consisting of this season's choicest and most desirable offerings in Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods and Ladies Ready to wear, has been ruthlessly sacrificed to effect an immediate clearance. sales: we're This is entirely different from the ordinary determined to make this an event of such importance that the extraor so-call- ed MEN'S SUIT VALUES FRAT AND offered just at a time when you are considering the purchase of a new Suit. A remarkable proposition for Men, Young Men in style, made of ALL WOOL Material. A Suit that embodies the essenand Boys. You want a Suit that is tial of the highest priced garments. We handle the very best brands of Clothing to be had. i nanwnwHaHiBHHMNMU PERFECTION GUARANTEED CLOTHING. $5.00 They will give you more lasting satisfaction than any Suit you ever had. Our entire stock of fine clothing go in this sale far below their value. $27.50, $25.00, $22.50 and $20.00 Suits go in this sale at two prices, $14.68 and $15.98. $18.50 and 16.50 Suits go on sale at $12.98. We have about 125 Suits in Men's and Young Men's odds and ends, values up to $15.00 to close out at unheard of prices, $2.28, 3.68, 4.48, and $5.98. You positively cannot afford to miss these bargains. A Sale of High Grade Shoes. The Florsheim Shoe for the Man Who Cares. and $6.00 Shoes and Oxfords bought this spring go on sale at $4.15. One hundred pairs of Men's odds and ends, regular price 2.00 and $3.00 we will close out at 98cts and $1.38. One lot of Men's Shoes ranging in price from 2.25 to $3.50 go in this sale at $1.58. Endicott Johnson Shoes in all colors. Button Bals and Blucher worth $3.50, 4., and $4,50 go in this sale at 3.39. Big lot of Men's work Shoes in all leathers, values up to $4. go in this sale at $1.38 to $2.78. Tremendous sacrifice in Ladies Shoes and Oxfords. Our $3., 3.50, 4. and $4.50 go in this sale from $2.28 to $3.88. Lot of odds and ends in Ladies Shoes and Oxfords in prices from $2, to $3.50 we will close out at prices from 98c to $1 .98 Great bargains. A Wonderful Array of Special Values in Ladies Garments. Sale Begins June 7th and ends June 28th. No goods laid aside. If taken out on approval they must be paid for and if they don't fit return them and get your money. In this sale will be included everything in our Department. Not garments bought for sale, but all of the very latest Ready-to-Wear HflMBHIHaBHH SUITS AT $12.98 A Great Chance For You To Save Money. Men's work Sox worth lOcts go on sale at 3c, Men's black and tan Sox worth 10 and J5cts, now priced at Gets, Men's Suspenders worth 15 and 20cts, priced at 9cts. 25 and 35c Suspendefs 17cts- - Boys knee Pants go on sale at lGcts, better ones at 42cts. We have a big lot of Men's Shirts in odds and ends, mostly small sizes in $1.00 to $1.25 go on sale at 49cts We have bargains for everybody. Don't delay, come at once and we will show you. 'Men's 10c handkerchiefs now 3c. Underwear GreatlyReduced. ideas as to style and of the highest qualities. GENUINE. Every Price Reduction is A Beauiiful Line of White and Novelty Dresses at About Half Price. We offer for your choosing, nearly seventy five New White Dress 6.50. Our es. See our line of dresses at $3.00 to $35.00. 7.50 and $10.00 garments go in this sale at $3.00 to $7.25. At this very low price we offer choice of a big lot of very choice Suits in alj colors. We are showing a very choice line of Ladies Tailored Suits at $14.48 up to $19.98. These were our $17.50 up to $32.50 Suits. If you are in need of a Tailored Suit you positively cannot afford to miss these great bargains. Enticing Prices in Our Men's Furnishing Department. Shirts, Underwear. Neckwear, Silk and Silk Lisle Hose, Suspenders, infact everything you need in the furnishing goods line to complete your Spring and Summer Outfit. John B. Stetson Hats $5.00 quality go in this sale at $3.98. Our Hat Department is complete with all the very newest things on the market and underpriced right in the, heart of the season. A buying opportunity worth your while. Collars. Cuffs, and LADIES COATS. We will offer special inducements on our entire line of Spring Coats. Nothing like them ever offered in Lancaster for less than $15.00 to $17.50. We don't want you to take our word, just take a day off and come in and see for yourself. Tailored Suits at $8.98. A Flyer In Men's Neckwear We place on sale hundreds of beautiful and bow ties. These come in all the leading and most popular styles and you simply ought to come in during this sale and supply your needs at COST. four-in-hands Our G-lov- e Department Is Brim FulWof the "best to "be Had. We hamile the famous HuUhans & Potter line and buy direct from the factory. If yeu want Gloves to fit and wear buy the H & P Glove. We have about 75pair of Gloves that are slightly damaged, that we will close out at 50c to 75cts. These were $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 goods. If you need a driving or work glove, call at once as they will go fast at these prices. They are good gloves only slightly soiled which will not hurt the wear of them. We have lots of other bargains which are not mentioned in this bill on account of space. A Word To The People I have been in business here all my life, or lather since I was sixteen years old, except I was on the road for twelve yeais selling clothing for Fleish-e- r Bros., of Philadelphia. I feel that I know the wants of our people as I have made a study of them. I buy goods direct from the factory which is a great saving. I have always given my customers the best goods that money could purchase and expect to do so as long as I remain in business. We have had a very backward season and therefore business has been dull. I have a very large stock of good3 which I can't afford to carry over. I have put a price on them to sell, my loss is your gain. Call and make your selection at once so as to get what you want. I am not looking for profit during this sale. I am simply going to sell the goods regardless of profit. A Great Chance For You To Save Money. just satisfactory OUR QUARA NTEE See Our Clothing Values. Sale Begins at 9 o'clock. Everything bought during this sale not proving or Terms Of Sale Strictly Cash. will be gladly exchanged as represented or your money refunded. Positively No Goods Charged During This Sale. LANCASTER, KY. H T LOGAN. . X - Don't Miss This Sale. Sale Begins at 9 o'clock. LANCASTER, KY. A -- t -- - 5j, 'v -- The Central Record, Friday, June 6, 1913. Page I -- ! u ; 1 1 ANOTHER REAL BARGAIN Any SUIT or COAT in our house can be bought at -- I s J! I I '5 I S ft f I fit 1 1 Skirts at rediculously low prices. 1 1 V i The JOSEPH MERCANTILE C O Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. The House Of Quality. ! AaafeSs i l i V I. I Buggy Stock at COST Two Walking Cultivators at Ten Dollars Each. American and Anthony Wire Fence at 30 and 28cts. John Deere Cultivator, the best Cultivator made. Walter A. Wood Binders $110.00. ! We are selling out our Gossip About People VNN A Crief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are Interested In. Jttttoli Miss Margaret Arnold is in Richmond Mrs. B. F. Walter was hostess on for a visit to friends. Tuesday at a course dinner the guest Mr. Joe Wheeler of Nina was here of honor being Mrs Walter Beazley of Los Angles Cal. on business Saturday. Misses HeIcn and Martha Gil1 enter- - for a Dotv left this weelI I honorees being Mesdames L. D. Jones Mr. Thomas Henry of Winchester is and L. H. West. visiting his sister Mrs. Henry Simpson. Rev. O. P Bush former pastor of , ' ITptrcrwhoiTotai Mrs. M. F. Elkin of Lexington is the Baptist church here, but now of Miss Alberta Anderson is in Danville visiting friends and relatives in the Columbia, Ky. was a pleasant visitor with her aunt Miss Dove Harris. j in our midst Wednesday. city. Miss Ruby Soper of Lexington Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Soper. is Mr. and Mrs. L. Manuel the principal of the Caldwell High for several years, has handed in I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. I his resignation, to take effect at once, having accepted the superintendence' V. ancaster Uradea bch001' ll wl" be For cement, coal, sand and rock. f Garrard Milling Co. splendid educator, but an excel lent gen Furnished boarding house for rent. tleman and good citizen as well. Rich- Mrs. Hallie B. Sweeney Bryantsville. mond Climax. Cement, sand, rock, salt, coal, lime and brick. Garrard Milling Co. Some Lambs, School r J t-- Walter A. Wood Mowers $42 50. visiting J. R. MOUNT, 1 IE SON & CO. j Mrs. Carlton Elkin is at home after a visit to her aunt Mrs. Kidd of Liberty Mr. John Glenn of Winston N. C. was Hie guest Saturday of Miss Bessie P The 31 IE DC Brown. Mrs. Jennie Duncan is in Stanford the gue3t of her sister Mrs. Charlotte Warren. Question Between men and women now-a-da- ys j Arthur Joseph is in Chattanoogo, Tenn, for a visit to his sister Mrs. Charles Davis. Adolph Joseph is at home after a visit to his sister Mrs. Charles Davis of Chattanooge Tenn. is how to get the best values, and in the matter of footwear the answer is here for you Miss Nannie B. Herring is in Har-- I rodsburg for a visit to her friend Miss i Margaret Sampson. i the latest styles in comfortable slices for men, wwnen and children. All excellently made on the latest lasts, and every shoe cut from the finest leathers. We are offering We have all sizes and can guarantee Mr. John Chestnut and daughter of Oklahoma aro here visiting Garrard relatives and friends. t j . I Miss Kathearine Harris of Stanford is here with her grand-parentJudge and Mrs. E. W. Harris. you a perfect fit for a very small outlay. Mrs. J. B. Collier has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs, Charles Richardson of Lexington. ' R. S. BROWN, Lancaster, Ky. 1L UC 1L :: 1L ( Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden and little son Louis have returned from a stay of several weeks in Texas. Mrs. Larry D. Jones returned Monday to her home in Monticello after a pleasant visit to her girlhood home. & 1 m , If? I National m V- - Mazda SERVICE. 25-40-60 Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie is at home from a.visit of several weeks to Mr. J3 , and Mrs. W. C. Price of Danville! Sk 5 i , te ' Mr. J. W Arnold, Superintendent of & Richmond Sunday School, was the THE QUALITY LAMP. We carry in stock Watt-Lamp- guest of his sister Mrs. J. S. during the convention. Mrs. George M. Patterson and daughMiss Grace Helen Patterson were in Berea this week for a visit and attending the Commencement exercises Mrs. Mary Wilmore and daughter Miss Mary Annie Wilmore, and Mrs, Emma Buford Bristow of Nicholasville were recent guests of Mrs. J. E. Stor-me- s. ter I I W s. mh Prices 40, 50, and 70cts In (Ti f;) money, besides yj The Mazda Lamp can save you you will enjoy the comfort of a bright light. i Mrs. W. A. Arnold entertained at an elaborate 6 oclock dinner at her home in Hill Court the honor guest being Mrs. Walter Beazley of Los Angeles California. Mrs. R. L. Elkin who has been a I & Lancaster Electric Light Co, patient at St Joseph's Infirmary, Louis- ville, where she had an operation performed for throat trouble returned home Saturday. a !iand ROYAL in- some Porch to your house and Baking Powder crease its appearance and comfort fifty per cent. You can easily do it without much expence. "Our mill work will provide needed Any body can put them together. is the greatest of helps to perfect cake and biscuit making. Makes home baking pleasant and the posts, pillars, railings, and in fact everything except a few nails. - profitable. It renders the food more digestible and Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. guarantees it safe from alum and all adulterants.- You want to put that walk in out of ' Lawson and Brown bought of Mr. Mrs. L. G. Davidson entertained Sat- and baby urday afternoon at an invitine luncheon Jno C. Robinson ol Boyle, 14."i head of the best material dont you? Then buy were visitors at Dripping Springs SunGarrard Milling Co. complimentary to Mrs. Louis H. West spnng Iambs that averaged in weight from the day. 80 pounds. They were shipped to Cin- and Mrs. Larry D. Jones. Listen. Mrs. John Mount is in Stanford visitcinnati Wednesday and are said to have Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Amon and ing her mother Mrs. Lynn who continWe have a one horse wagon for sal; son Collis Johnson Amon were in ... , been the best that ever left the local ues ill. Garrard Milling Co. mantel so eany in me season. iney new. way last week to be present at a reMr James P. Prather has been in union of Mrs. were sold at a fancy price and will no Amon's class. For cement, coal, sand and rock at Richmond with his daughter Mrs. Wm. doubt top the Cincinnati market. tGarrard Milling Co. Miss Mamie Bastin who has been a Sebastian. student at the Art school in Cincinnati Sale Of Jersey Cattle. Residence on Richmond street for rent Miss Ida Potts of Cincinnati is spendfor some months is at home with her immediate possession. ing her vacation with her sister Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs. The choice herd of Jersey Cattle A. H. Bastin. Parker Gregory. Davis Prather. owned by Mr. E. A. Farra, deceased, Mrs. Cronley Broadus entertained a ' will be sold publicly at his late resiMrs. S. B. Elkin and little son of few young friends, at Notice K. Of P. Lodge. her country Fairmont West Virginia are visiting home, Tuesday evening, in honor of dence near Nealton in Jesssmine CounLancaster, Ky. May 29th. 191S. ty, next Tuesday, 10th. This is Mrs Emma Elkin: her niece Mis3 Rubie Naylor of Texas, probably one of June On account of the many arduous duthe best herds of JerMiss Bettie Robinson was called to S A. Naylor and daughter of Chilli- - seys in the state and some rare bar- ties involved and thrust upon the memher home in in Campbellsville by the cothe Texas, are visiting his old home gains will probably bers of this lodge in attending same. jjo under the hamillness of her mother. on Poor Ridge, and mingling with mer on this date. Quite a number of It was moved that we vote to each anil Miss Rella Arnold went to Pittsburg relatives and friends in and around heifers are listed fur this sale and are every member in regular attendance Sunday to visit her sister Miss Allie town. in calf to service of Iron Duke 0f four consecutive meetings one dollar eacn meeting tor such services and who is now convalescent. Hubert, the bright little seven year Finance. This bull was imported in this lodge furnish such members as atdam and born on the farm of Mr. W. Mr. O. U. Terrill of Jenkins will old son of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Spain-howe- r, tend each night whether regular or join his wife here Saturday for a stay of Point Leavell, was seriously R Rnnnn anil rtrthnzet hv ATr Vnrrn otherwise, his supper at Chas. Biar- in 1910. Some choice saddle bred with Lancaster relatives. hurt by a kick from a horse last Satleins restaurant' situated on Campbell young stock will also be sold. Street near the Louisuille & Nashville Mrs. T. L. Wall and daughters of urday. R. R. depot, in Xhe city of Lancaster. Messrs Greenberry Adams of BrownsIronton Ohio will arrive soon for a visit Book Of Poems. This is to continue until the lodge ville Texas, and Charles Adams and to Mr. and Mrs Wm. Lear. Burdette Powell of Hustonville were We are very grateful to Air. Harvey funds are exhausted or a majority of Mrs. W. G. Anderson and Miss the members of this lodge in attendFrancis Grant are visiting Mrs. J. Roe with Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Simpson the M. Estes for a copy of a neat and well past week. gotten up book of poems. The present ance shall revoke it. Young in Maysville this week. Payment for such services shall be Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Rice are the hap volumn bears the title, "Poems for the John McRoberts who has been at Common People" and does much credit by voucher on the fourth meeting py parents of another little girl who tending State University returned night of each month and shall only be made her advent on June 2nd. The t t0 'ie Prom's'nK young arthor. Har home Tuesday for the vacation. vey is an o!d Lancaster boy and his due those who attend each meeting the bright little Miss has not yet been friends here are justly proud of him four nights previous, and further if Mesdames Nathanel Cotton of Kirks christened. and wish him much success in his new any member Ieavs the lodge before vine, and Wm. Carson of Stanford are A party of young people from the field and believe that his highest am- adjournment shall forfeit his right to guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Romans. Lancaster Methodist S. S. attended a bitions to become a poet of note will any remuneration. Rain, sickness or Mesdames R. T. Embry, J. Fleece picnic in North Garrard given by the some day be realized. any other excuse will not be taken in Robinson, H. D. Simpson and Miss An Mt. Olivet Sunday School of which Dr. order to participate in the distributions nie Austin were recent visitors in Dan- E. H. Pearce is pastor. Get Credit For What Some One Else of the lodge funds for services renderville. ed this lodge. Mrs. S. D. Cochran entertained at Voted and passed by Garrard Lodge Misses Lillian Cochran and Lidia ElWrites. No. 29 K. of P. May 29, 1913. more returned this week from George- her suburban home Thursday evening followAn article appears in some county G. M. Patterson Act C. C. town where they have been attending when covers were laid for the ing: Prof, and Mrs. J. L. Riley, Misses paper, a paper in a neighboring town I. J. Holtzclaw K. R. & S. school " Dean, Walsh and Robinson. copies it, and in turn some city paper copies the article from it and as the Mrs. T. A. Campbell and children of STANFORD. Mr. William Baker, of Sedalia Mo., paper to copy it first failed to give the Tazewell, Va. are here the guest of ... bophia Alcorn spending s ev- . . who went as a delegate to the great n. Miss original paper credit, as they should their sisters, Misses Bane and Knapp Presbyterian Assembly in Atlanta have done, the paper copying the eral days in Louisville is week, this West. spent several days with his first cousins, article first gets the credit fororiginat- Lester O'Bannon, a student at State Mrs. Ed England and little daughter Mesdames Hudson and Rigney. ing it. This is getting to be a frequent University, is at home for the summer.' of Atlanta will arrive June 6th for a Mrs. J. S. Johnson entertained at a 6 occurrence, and while it is a matter of Mrs. c. T Chatham and son Josh visit to her parents Mr and Mrs. Jack oclock course dinner at her home on small consequence, we all like to be , are the g of Dr and Mrs. Barnes Adams. Danville street. Covers were laid for given credit for what we do write, be aj, Nicholasville. The Mary Walker Price Chapter of eight, the guests of honor being our efforts ever so feeble. , , ,, ,. T XT luia. o. vi. iasu ien a lew uays ago the U D C will meet Monday afternoon Professor J. L. Riley and Mrs. Riley. for a months visit to relatives at Dan- June 9th at the home of Mrs. F. P. To The Democrats Of Magisterial District ville and Powers, 111. The Junior set held a picnic at the Frisbie. bridge on the old Danville pika Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Shugars and son Number One:- Mrs. Mary Hunter and There were 16 in the number and they W. K. J.--, motored to Richmond and Miss Ida Hunter of Crab Orchard were were chaparoned by Misses Brashear A number of friends and democrats spent Sunday with relatives. recent guest of Mrs. Emma P. Grant and Dean. The party also staid for a have advised me that I could be of j Little Miss Annette Wray of Danand daughters. service to the people of the county as a ville is spending her vacation with 6 oclock luncheon. her your Fiscal Court. At the grandmother Mrs. Woodie Hale. Mrs. W. Ross Bastin gave a 6o'clock member of urgent request of these democrats I dinner at her home in Hill Court the Mrs. Anne Davis VanArsdale has re- honor guest being Mesdames Louis turned home after a delightful visit to magistrate in Di3trict i West of Meridian Miss.Larry D Jones, nomination of subject to the will of the fiends at her old home, Harrodsburg. Monticello, and Wm Fox Logan, of number one Mrs- - Jonn s Baughman had as dinner democrats expressed at the August Wilkes Barre Penn. vou will make me ale"6313 on Wednesday Mrs. Walter If primary. Mrs. Ann Walker of Huntington member of your Fiscal Court it will be ' Beazley, of Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. "Richmond vis- my desire to do at all time what I may Frank Lee, of Middlesboro and Miss West Va. who is now-iiting her daughter Mrs. James Burn- - think-t- o the best interest of all the aue wnuiey Murpny or tnis place, side and son J. B. Walker is expected p'eople as long as I serve you in that Mr. T. P. Bourne of Cincinnati is the soon for a visit to her daughters Mes- position. I will appreciate the help 'of guest of his aunt Miss Florence True- dames B. F. Hudson and W. O. Rigney all who will aid me in securing the heart. Mrs Darlington, of Huntington, W. Va, who was formerly Miss VirgiVery Respt. modern-tim- e The Chautaupua Circle held its last nomination. Jame3 H. Dalton. nia Bourne of this place, will also be meeting Drior to the vacation period at the guest of her aunt. the residence of Mrs. Alex Walker Mr. Greenberry Adams of BrownsChina Sale. with the teachers Misses Robinson, ville Tex. Mr and Mrs Sidney Adams.of Brashear and Mason. "English Affairs See Miss Elkins china Sale at Hurt & Cleveland O, Mr. and Mrs Jerry Adaits and the Reign of King, George V" was Anderson. of Hu3tonsville and Mrs Rodney Keen-o- n the subject discussed. of Harrodsburg have been recent Mrs. A. F. Sanders, Miss Stella and Lost: On last Thursday between guests of Dr and Mrs T W Pennington. Master A. C. returned on last Sunday the tolegate and bridge on Danville We are sorry to state that there is $ from a weeks visit to Chattanooga. pike a scale tester no 50. Return to T. no hope entertained for the recovery They were accompanied homeTiy Mrs. C. Rankin Lancaster. of our popular Circuit Clerk, Mr. J. F. Pursley. Dr. Pursley left Chatta J. J. Holdam. Some days since he undernooga at the same time they did, he All pupils that are sick went an operation, at St Joseph's In is headed for home and will drive his firmary, from which he rallied nicely He please file physicians state two bronchos the entire distance. and his many friends felt very much expects to arrive here in about a weeks ment with me before June encouraged but he has suffered a retime. lapse and 13 reported to be sinking Riley. rapidly. Prof. M. L: Caneer, "who has been ... -f ' . - ... I ' grand-daught- er n 10th. J.L. .A- - 5. . ? W f, ' r-- - v VVi- - V V Page 8 B - The Central Record, Friday, June 6, 1913. iaaVBSBSaw BSSbBbbSSSSb) n r mcm bBbBbH .aaaaBaM. HaaMBtSa) aaaaBaBl'fc .bSbIbIbbbI alal1" gflBBs-ia- w BVMIJ MUk iLi i.bbbbbbb) V paaBBafJI kkaffBW SaBtl BaasH aaaaaawaw JUNE &. 9th Limit on Tickets 1 Personally Conftncteft Bi Home P 801 The Hotel and Cave have been reserved for this Excursion, and by special arrangement no other party will be booked for this date. All boys and girls under 16 years of age in care of parents or chaperones will be Passed Through The CAVE FREE. Adults, $5.65. One Route in the Cave $2.00 or Two Routes for $3.00. Three Big Days Sight Seeing From Start To Finish. N. Agent for particulars. The party will leave June 9th, going on the regular morning train from all stations. Write or phone L. ROUND TRIP RAIL ROAD FARE FROM ALL STATIONS. BOARD AT CAVE HOTEL MEALS OR LODGING. Children $2.85. under 16 Adults 50cts. Children 25cts. 0 days. Boys and girls years passed Free. This trip has the approval of all the County Officials, as well as the Superintendents of County and Citv Schools, which makes it an opportune time to see the Cave now. IK e News Of The Churches. rAKiUCK 3 LULUtflfl otoooo&ooots-aooooootooco- .innntc.AiTTiiin BI.YANT8V1LLE Mr. W. S. Hopper of Lancaster was here Friday. Mr. J. Hogan Ballard was in Lexington on business Monday. Mr. B. F. Jennings has not been so well for the last few days, Mr. James B. Leavell has been very sick since his return from Texas. Mr. R. M. Moss had a very valuable mule badly cut Saturday in a harrow. Mrs. A. T. Christopher, of Somerset, is visiting her father, Mr. Logan Ison. Mrs. J. C. Williams and children are at home from a visit with relatives at Louisville. Mrs. B. C. Rose entertained a number of friends and relatives at dinner Wednesday. MANSE. Mrs. Ebb Cook is no belter writing. KUENA VISTA SPECIAL PRICES ON b Bemis Tobacco Setters Paris Green, Sherwin-William- s Paint. DEERING BINDER V K m f TWINE. American Field Fence, New Car of Buggies just received. It will pay you to trade with us. During the School there will be one half-da- y holiday. The preachers enrolled may organize base ball teams and pay off their exuberance in that way to the delight of all those present. However, work and n3t play will be the principle object of the School. In all about sixty lectures have been planned. Many Sunday Schools of the State will send representatives with the idea of giving their teachers and workers both pleasure and profit. The School of Methods, however, will attract ministers and religious workers, though not directly engaged in Sunday School work. Preparations are being made for a School of Methods for Sunday School workers to be held in Lexington, Ky., June under the auspices of the Kentucky School Bible Christian Association. The Disciples of Christ of the State of Kentucky are looking forward to this as one of the most important religious events of the yesr. The railroads have granted favorable rates. Reports from over the State indicate that a large crowd will matriculate for the school which will be held for two weeks at the College of the Bible and Transylvania University. , j The School last year was held at More-head, Ky. An attractive faculty of instructors i has been announced by Dean Walter E. I Frazee who is arranging all details, Among the instructors and lecturers engaged this year are President F. Y. Mullins of the Baptist Southern Theological Seminary, Louisville; Professors A. W. Fortune, W. C. Bower, S. M. Jefferson and President R. H. Crossfield of Transylvania University, Lexington; Miss Hazel A. National Lewis of Cincinnati, Elementary Superintendent for the Christian Church, and W. J. Clarke, Louisville, Kentucky Adult Bible Class Superintendent of the Christian Church. 16-2- 7, dpace below this beading la for tne excln-lv- e use of our farmer subscribers, and is for the aale of stock, grain and gucli thing? on farm as the farmer cannot affo'd to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only In two Issues of the ecord. free of charge For Sale: Two good milk cows, fresh and good milkers. G. A. Swinebroad. Bro. W. K. McClure of Perryville at the Methodist church next Tuesday night. Everybody invited. will preach For Sale: Twenty five square yard3 of tobacco plants, ready to set. Mrs. Sam Deatherage, of Richmond, Earl Farra, Lancaster, Ky. was here for a visit to her mother Mrs. Sallie B. Welch. Two good tobacco beds for sale. B. Mrs. George Ballard of Lancaster P. Swope, Bryantsville Ky. Phone spent several days last week with Mrs. 393 F. Sam Haselden. Jersey Heifers FOR SALE:-Thre- e Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Burton of Buck-- i with three jersey heifer calves. Cows eye visited Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton well broke to milk and are three very Thursday and Friday. fine prospects. Z. T. Rice. Poi.e347 A Dr. Stallings of Cincinnati, came For Rent until January 1st, 45 acres. Friday to spend a few days with Mr J. of grass in two fields, well watered. B. Leavell and family. Can cut or graze it both if so desired. Quite a number from Lancaster Ike M. Myers, Lancaster. Ky. through here Saturday to attend the Day Meeting" at Mt. Olivet, WANTED:-A- ny information as t0 the whereabouts of John H. Vaughn or "Mrs. Sallie Park, Miss Mary Park, any of his heirs. Vaughn served in 'and Scott Park and Steele Piper of H. 19th. Ky. Infantry. Im- - j erty Mo. are guests of Mr. and Mrs. portant. Write Capt. T. A. Elkin, Trumbo. Lancaster, Ky. , Mrs. M. R. Smith and children of Smith, Ark. came Thursday for n:.--- t :n t an ' . extended visit with her father Mr. . at ..McKendree church. next Tuesday for . , . MJ JGOVdl. . a mree session. auoui iwemy live MIHIIiCi An attractive little daughter arrived preachers and one hundred delegates will be present. every at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Preaching morning and evening. Dinner on the Boner Sunday. Mrs Boner was formerly Miss Wadelie Maret. ground. r I Fr I . Ft !' I a Born on the 26th to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Montgomery a baby boy. DlXltXniOVLLilLiEi, XUilllUVAI. M Mr. J. E. Sherrow sold to J. D. Pope a bunch of hogs at 72 and 8 cts per .lb. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Speaks and children were in Nicholasviile Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.. J. B. Dean were with her uncle Mr. D. M. Montgomery Sunday. Mr.'and Mrs. Sam Duncan of Burgin were here for Sunday School Sunday morning. Miss Mayme Vanarsdall of Bedford Ind. has arrived to be the guest of her uncle Mr. J. W. Vanarsdall. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Teater were with her grand-mothMrs. E. F. Scott from Sunday until Monday. biddings than a rooting What could be better for town or country Mr. Forest Curtis has had the"" misthat won't burn won't leak that is lightning proof lasts as long fortune of losing a good mare and two itself, and never needs repairs ?' as the building head of cattle in the past three weeks, Outright Metal Shingles meet every one of these requirements. one being a good milk cow. Beware of imitations None genuine without the words " Cortright Miss May Scott of this place who has Reg. U. S. Pat Off." stamped on each shingle. been teaching in the Nicholasviile Grad For Sale by ed School the past three terms, and Co., 50 North 23rd Street, Mr. Buford Teater of Jessamine Co, Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing were united in marriage Tuesday evenPhiladelphia, Pa. ing in Nicholasviile at the Presbyterian parsonage by Be v. Rice. The groom is a highly respected and prosperous farmer of the Pink section while the bride is an industrious and noble christian girl. They will make Their home with the grooms parents for a few months. May peace, joy and happiness their pathway attend is the wish of their many friends OF LANCASTER. here. Becker, Ballard & Go. MT. HEIiHON W er THE NATIONAL BANK Capital $50,000. Friends of Mr. W. L. Glass of Hanley are glad to hear that he is improving from the effects of a recent In many localities the growing of operation for appendicitis at a Lexingturkeys has become almost extinct as ton Hospital. the results of a malignant parasitic Mr. R. I. Burton has purchased a disease known as blackhead. This disease is not only extremely contagious handsome new Buick touring car which but it is very much aggravated through j will be delivered in a few days. Mr. inbreeding, which depletes the vitali Burton we are sure will become quite ty tf the stock of bleeding turkeys and an enthusiastic motorist. makes it possible for the germs to gain Mrs. Charles Fiuch of Miami, Fla. a destructive foothold. It is called came last week to see her brother, Mr. "Blackhead" because the head3 of Logan Burke, who has been so seriousthose effected turn yellow or black, but ly ill. She expects to stay several this is only a symptom, as the seat of weeks and was delighted to find Mr. the disease is in the liver and intest- Burke improving. ines. It is usually contracted from While returning from Nicholasviile other fowls, but is primarily caused by an absence or deficiency of mineral Sunday night, Messrs W. B. Halcomb elements in the feed, which, owing to and Lesley Bruner ran into each other the nature of the turkey and Mr. Halcomb was thrown out and are an essential aid to proper food di- badly bruised. His buggy was also badgestion. In its wild state the turkey ly broken. While Mr. Halcomb was was accustomed to supply itself with considerably hurt and shiken up his inthree elements, which are found .in juries are not serious. minute portions in various grains, seeds Abraham Lincoln's Plea. and grasses, and this diseaee is unBoth read the same Bible and pray known to the wild turkey. It has to the same God; and each Invokes been claimed that there is no known his aid agalnbt the other. Let ns specific for this destructive disease, Judge not that we be not judged. but a preparation that Is being market- Abraham Lincoln. ed under the name of Bourbon Poultry Cure has proven a most efficacious remedy fqr the cure and prevention of LIVE STOCK MARKET. this ailment, and large turkey raisers CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, are using it with great success, many Hogs Sheep Cattle saying they have saved their birds with Jnue4 CATTLE: Shippers S7257 TO it after having lost half of their fiock. Butcher steers extra t008 25 7 2538 00 The disease is most prevalent in the Good to choice & 25 7 00 summer months and at the beginning Common to fair 8 10 8 25 Heifers, extra of cold weather in the fall. 7 SO 8 GO Good to choice Blackhead In Turkeys. Miss Hazel Ogg was a recent guest this of relatives at Berea. at W. P. Ruble of Sulphur spent Sat- with his son L. G. Ruble. Mrs. Eliza Creech was the guest of W. C. Ogg sold to V. A. Lear 13 Mrs Woods Tudor Sunday. ad of hogs at 8 cts. per pound. Mrs. Authur Ball was the guest of " Florence Christopher is visiting Mrs. John Beazley Saturday. relatives and friends in Lexington. Mrs. Claude Archer wa3 the guest of Mrs. R. P. Ison and children of Mrs E. G. Hammack Saturday. are guests of relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Poor were visiIrvin Faulkner bought a tobacco bed tors in Wilmore Saturday and Sunday. from Mrs. E. G. Hammack for $20. Mr. R. L. Elkin of Lancaster was a Miss Katie Clark was the guest of her sister Mrs Minnie McQuerry Thurs- welcome visitor in our village Saturday. day. Miss Grace Ison of Asbury College Mrs. Sallie McQuerry one of the old is the guest of her cousin Miss Nettie est women in this community is very ; ison. sick. Master Dewey Christopher of Somerset is the guest of Mr. Thomas ChrisMr. and Mrs. Charlie Dillon are topher. ceiving congratulations upon the Mrs. J. K. Daugherty is spending a rival of a fine son. days with Miss Margaret Caden of Mrs. H. P. Conn of Point Leavel1 few Lexington. visited her mother Mrs. Chas. Graves Master Randolph Scott is visiting his one day last week. I errandnarents Mr. and Mrs. D. S Miss Rosa Murphy was the guest of ! ;n Nicholasviile. her sister Miss Elizabeth at Berea ColMr. Spoonamore of Hedgeville wa3 lege a part of last week. the guest of his cousin Mrs. John News comes to Mrs. C. W. Graves Johnson Sunday, that her daughter Mrs. Holman Brown ' Mr. and Mrs. Atwood Proctor and has been stricken with typhoid fever. children of Mercer spent Sunday with Farmers Union gave an ice cream wiu Scott and family, supper at Union school house Saturday Misses Edna and Mary Lynn Camp-nig31st, and all reported a nice time I bell of Curdsville spent the week's Mrs. Amelia Ross and daughter Miss , end with Misses Jennings. Mrs. J. W. Scott is at home after a Mary were tjie guests of her sister Mrs Mary Shaw at Prcachersville Sunday. pleasant visit with Mr. Charles Scott and family of Lawrenceburg. Miss Ida Hurt of Lowell and Mrs. Mrs. T. F. Walton of Barboursville. Mike Hurt of Tenn, were guests of their sister Mrs R F Parsons recently. visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Askins the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs.George Noe were the Little Wesley Fain who has been guests of his parent Mr. and Mrs. , visiting his grandmother Mrs. W. H. Mike Noe near Paint Lick Saturday Fain of Buckeye has returned home. and Sunday. fKpfrriph xxrhn Imo Mastpr f!hnrlp i Messr. Robert Parsons and Conn Tu- - i been attending school at Nicholasviile dorare very much disappointed because came home Saturday for the summer they haven't any girl to go to the Ber- - vacation, ea Commencement with them. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lane after Messrs. Woods and John Tudor at- - j spending several weeks with relatives tended the Confederate Reunion at here have returned to their home in While there they Louisville. Chattanooga Tenn. visited their brother Mr. Robert Tudor. Mrs. Wm. Asher and daughter Miss A little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christine who have been the pleasant Millard Ledford died the 29th with the guests of relatives here for several measles and was buried at Paint Lick days returned to their home at Paint the 30th. The people of this community Lick Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reynolds of extend their greatest sympathy to the Sedalia Mo., Mr. W. A. Durham and bereaved parents. son of St. Louis arrived Monday in their handsome touring car to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ruble. . ry ht semi-domest- ic Colds should be "nipped In the bud", for if allowed to run unchecked, serious results may cases of consumption, pneumonia, and other fatal diseases, can be traced back to a cold. At the first sign of a cold, protect yourself by thoroughly cleansing your system with a few doses of THEDFORD'S GOING AFTER THE Yon need something to clean disinfect and kill parasites. follow. Numerous LICE. will do the work. pP FLATWOOD Common to fair Cows, eatra Good to choice Common to fair .. -- . Surplus $30,000. wniri&tHfSG&i&m A. R, DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T. EMBRV, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. GILL, Book-Keepe- mmm N 0.'V unnci I WtfOL fmiininv. m. A Training; School for Teachers Canners Mrs. Smith continues very sick and Balls, balognas Extra is not expected to get well. Fat bulla The good rains of late has enabled CALVES: extra , the tobacco raisers to get well along in Fair to good Common and large.. setting their crops. HOGS : good packers and bntchers A valuable colt of Lige Worrels got Mixed packers ... 5 25 6 25 5 75 4 23 3 So 6 25 S 85 75 7 S SO 6 26 6 25 4 SO KRESO DIP No. I DEPENDABLE INEXPENSIVE EASY TO USE We hare a special booklet on diseases of Poultry. Call or write for one. 87N 704 Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. Ccmrwf India. U elementary, lateiBMdlal. aad Llf. 8U1. Cer TflJId la all Pnblte CJfleaa. gckMU SpseUl f Eentaekr. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. rlMod,jartJiK.fril,l''' L trnaulaia. Douita Beleaoc-- FlMtTembetliiBep. . taafeer. SMradTerml'.ntaber rr. roartaTtrm April I, BaounW CaUloca. Ttm. Cmkm. Talttoa 7rM Tw. IntendM dmr. nltOTfo.n.vaiodelasBool, BawttaaaaltraUlac balldiar tia K.Tl.w its leg broke a few days ago. He had a vpterinary surgeon from Lancaster to set it. Mr. John Boian'a relatives and friends met at his house on June the 1st to celebrate his 79th birthday at a birthday dinner. There were 27 guests at the table. Stags Common to choice heavy fat sows. Light shippers .. Pigs, (110 lbs and less) J. . Talrt IimJuim Sdul tyaa. Jaa. It, G. CRABBB, PraaUaat, SHEEP: extra Good to choice Common to fair LAMBS: extra Good to Choice Common to fair 7 25 10 SO 8 00 10. 5 SO 9 SO 8 55 8 00 8 45 8 55 4 50 S 65 6 50 7 65 8 40 8 60 4 00 8 80 4 "SO 4 7S 4 00 4 50 3 00 4 00 8 40 7 75 8 25 550(87 50 SURE the old reliable, vegetable liver powder. Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, o Madison Heights. Va., says: "I have been using Thcd-ford- 's Black-Draught for 1 REMcROBERTS & Son, Lancaster, Kj 1171 stomach troubles, indigestion, and colds, and find it to be the very best medicine ever used. It makes aa old man feel like a young one." Insist on Thedford's, the E-original and genuine. 67 s tsr -- - f ARi . t -- ,?.. -- . -'"! -- it a r