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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 11, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913071101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 11, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELXQTOh, UN1ARNI8HED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD QOVERNMEN1. TWKNTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JULY Everybody is talking Womans Fair. Pread Fathers. Henly V. Bastin, the Ice King, is wearing a smile this morning that will probably stay with him indefinately. He is the happy father of a fine girl that came to bless their home this morning. Mr. S. R. Foley, of Hackley, is just aa proud, as a dear little girl arrived at Is their home Sunday. Getting Country People Ta Lancaster. J ! 1, 1913. Mg!llS!HigjHriti!ijl NUMBER 14. V&&& about the Greatest Popularity Contest' Ever Attempted In This srlrrliufllgMJiMl!iJS UK Special Attention o Section Of Kentucky. Lawn Mowers ' '-- Headquarf x 'Ala & I ters For Ino Rftvoo iuu uuauo Refrigerators J&mA y Inaugurated Today by the Lancaster Central Record Over $625 in Prizes, includidg a Beautiful Pony, Buggy and Set of Harness. Three Diamond Rings and Nine Other Valuable Prizes, Will Be Given Away Absolutely Free to the Popular People in This Vi. cinity. No Expense Has Been Spared To Make This the Greatc est Campaign Ever Attempted by a Weekly Newspaper in This E State. H ZsJT ., '! The White Elephant Store man is al- ways interested in the country people of Garrard County and his premium given to the Woman's Fair ought to bring big loads of children to town on July 19th. i mMMytMJth flf f"v r. J-- Ifr. w- .."; Premium By R. H.Batson E One Thousand pieces of iC GRANITEWARE going for 5, 10, 15 CENTS. Such bargains were never before in Lancaster, come while they last. v GONN BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks. E&EB32B3& Now For The Biggest Thing Ever Pulled Off In Lancaster. OUR SALE Ooiitimieil Until A Premium of Five Dollars ($5.00) IB in cash will be awarded to the driver of the conveyance bringing the largest Men and Women, Boys and Girls- -It Costs Nothing To Enter or Try Sj number of country children, in front of for Any of the Prizes. Fill Out the Nomination Blank and En- - HI my store at 10 o'clock A. M., Saturday ter Your Name Or That of a Friend Today. gg July 19th, 1913, and to each child in said conveyance will be given a free m 'phone or write, and a representative "Out for New Subscribers". ticket to the Ladies Fair. No conveywill call at your home. Address all Are you with us? ance to be unloaded until all are countThe Central RecorJ wants many communications to the contest mana-ger-ned. Counting to be done promptly at m to individuals 10 o'clock. Children to be counted and more subscribers in its big happy fami ly and is willing to pay liberally to Elkin. premium awarded,by R. L. How Votes Are Secured. those who aid in placing this interestVotes may be secured in two ways ing weekly paper in every home in this Reward. which are as follows: 1st. A vote couvicinity. raa! I will give $300. in rewards for the In the past there has been several pon appears in each issue of the Cenarrest, and conviction in the Garrard contests in this vicinity but we believe tral Record and this coupon when propCircuit Court, of persons guilty of a that the prizes offered in this coming erly filled out with the name of the violation of the Bribery Law (Section campaign under the most liberal con- candidate is good for 100 votes for the 1586 Ky Statutes) at the Primary Elec ditions will appeal to more people and person so nominated. Get, your friends tion of August 2nd, 1913, as follows - give them something of greater value to save the votes for you. 2nd. Tne S50. for the first and $25. each for the to work for. second, which is by far the quickest next four convictions of the bribe The Central Record has consistently and best way is to get your friends to takers, and $50. for the first and $25. stuck to the policy of giving its read- subscribe to the Record. With each each for the next four convictions of ers the very best possible value for subscription to the Record is given a the bribe givers. The reward to go to their money, something in keeping Vote Bajlot good for a certain number the person giving the information to with its position in this vicinity, some- of votes according to the length of the the Grand Jury which finds the indict- thing that is fair and honest, while at subscription. These votes are good at ment. the same time maintaining the high any time up to the close of the contest This proposition is made to prove standard that the Record has always and may be polled and published whenthat I am willing to spend my money fought for, both as a newspaper and as ever the contestant chooses. The to justify the principles for which I a moral influence in this part of the nomination blank counts for 1.000 votes am contending. for the candidates so nominated. state. G. B. Swinebroad. Nominations and votes may be placed HERB IS THE IDEA. Democratic Candidate for County In the next few weeks, the Record in the Ballot Box which is to be found Attorney. the Record Office, or they may be is going to give away absolutely free a at mailed direct to the Contest Manager, beautiful Pony, Buggy and set of Har DIVISION OF DISTRICTS. Fine Lumber For Sale. ness, three Diamond Rings, Three El 1 gin Watches, three Ruby Rings, and ,i MiatvIAt au. a inAliiilnB Oil Vtf (ha nitn nil IIIC iu'.aw Wrt We have feet three Genuine Cut Glass Fruit Bowls of Lancaster. illWlUUCS of Georgia pine yet unsold to the popular and energetic a people of District No. 2 includes all of Garrard little of this vicinity in return for the city of can saw any length to suit their spare time. The Record wants county excepting includes all Lancaster. the terriDistrict No. 3. purchaser. For house or new subscribers and has gone to this tory covered by the Central Record and great expense of buying the prizes in not heretofore in District 1. and 2. barn. order that it may get them quickly and HOW PRIZES WILL BE DISTRIBUTED, at the same time advertise the paper Hughes Bros., The Capital Prize, the beautiful Pony extensively. and outfit, will be given to the con Lancaster, Ky. DIVIDED INTO DISTRICTS. testant who secures the greatest numThe contest territory will be divided ber of votes in the entire contest. into districts and contestants need only The contestant standing highest in compete against those in their own each district after the capital prize district for any of the district prizes. has been awarded will be given a beauThis gives them a much better oppor- tiful Diamond Ring. tunity to win than they have had hereThe contestant standing second hightofore in contests in this vicinity. est in each district after the capital prize has been awarded will be given a HOW TO GET STARTED. Elgin watch. Clip, fill in the nomination blankF-JId- . The contestant standing third high found elsewhere in this issue with your own name or that of a friend and bring est in eich district after the capital or mail to the Contest Manager, care prize has been awarded will be given a Ky. You will beautiful Ruby Ring. Record, Lancaster, The contestant standing fourth highthereby become a candidate and immediately upon the receipt of the nomi- est in each district after the capital nation blank, properly filled out, the prize has been awarded will be given a necessary printed matter and instruc Genuine Cut Glass Fruit Bowl. VOTING POWER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS AND tions will be sent you. ot Contest Open To Everyone. ta Get a lawn mower of your own. Cut the grass just when it needs cutting and you will have your reward in a pretty lawn. There may be many lawn mowers that will give satisfaction, but the White Cloud is the best we have ever seen for the money. low-pric- CREAM ate T Pnnloi"C vUUlCl Oi Freezers DOORS SCREEN $300.00 Screen Wire in Copper, Galvanized or Black. 'illPlliilMIlPJSliJriiJPl'l. iBlMJlIilillJlSilLa a HASELDEN BROS. 200,000 V.1 Over Stocked Now is the time to get Bar gains on Buggies, Harness, Wagons WHO MAY ENTER. PRICE OF THE LANCASTER CENTRAL RECORD. Don't miss this opportunity. It will only last 30 days. July 19th. Our Prices During This Sale Will Break All Records. We have a big stock in each and every department which we cannot afford to carry over, therefore we offer a sweeping combination of what's left. Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods Ladies Suits, Dresses Costumes, Spring Coats, Linen Auto Coats In fact every thing in the house go in this, THE BIGGEST BARGAIN SALE ever offered the people of Lancaster, Garrard and surrounding counties You surely must remember the wonderful values of our last sale. The reductions in this Continued Sale are greater than ever. Our stock is large for this time of the year and we are compelled to dispose of it. Tou will derive the benefit. Special Notice; On account of the rediculously low prices we cannot charge anything during this sale. Any white person of good character. residing in this section of Kentucky, is eligible to enter. It does not cost anything to enter or try for the prizes. The nomination blank counts 1,000 votes for the candidate so nominated. The prizes will be given to those se curing the most votes and votes may be clipped from the paper or secured on subscriptions. The ballots which appear in each issue of the Record are good for 100 votes each, if voted before date of expiration printed on the coupon, ine vote Dauots i3suea on subscriptions according to the length of the subscriptions as shown elsewhere in this issue. Under the contest arrangement, you need only to compete against the contestants in your own district for any of the dis trict prizes. There will be at least four prizes awarded to each district. Contestants and their friends are not confined to their own district in securing subscriptions, but may secure subscriptions from anyone, anywhere in the postal union. Following is the schedule of votes on both old and new subscriptions to the Central Record: NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS. years 8 years 5 years 10 3 years 2 years 1 years SUBSCRIPTIONS OR 84,000 68,000 45,000 29,000 21.000 7,800 RENEWALS. W. J. Romans We wish to thank our patrons BACK years 8 years 5 years 3 years 2 years 10 1 year INFORMATION, RULES, ETC. 40,000 30,000 18,000 10,200 7,800 2.400 The price of the Lancaster Record is $1.00 per year. Central For rules by which the contest will be governed read the advertisement on page 6. 75,000 EXTRA VOTES FREE. 25,000 extra votes will be given on each of the first three prepaid subscriptions each contestant turns into the Record office before the 20th of July. This extra vote offer will give those who intend to make the race for the prizes a good start in their campaign. Now is the time to begin your campaigndo not put it off It is the ones who start early that most always come out winners. Address all communications and nominations to the Contest Manager, Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. for their valued business the past six months, we assure you it has been appreciated. May we serve you during the coming half year. We will deavor to make our business en- re- - a Office Of The Contest Man ager. The Headquarters of Brad W. Chaffin the contest manager, are at the office of the Central Record. This J X gentleman is entirely at the service of the contestants and he will be glad to assist you in starting your campaign. Prospective candidates and their friends are invited to call at the office to make any inquiries regarding the contest or lations as pleasant as possible. f H. T. LOGAN LANGASTER, KY. : - Saxton's band at the Womans Fair, uont come in alter tne sale is over and ask up to Bell you goods at sale that means music. price come now. Sale closes July 19th. Come to Union meeting Sunday the Davidson s C& Doty. - night at School building, everybody who so ever will may come. Its free. A bachelor in Ohio died and left all his money to the woman who rejected him and yet women say men are ungrateful. H. T. Logan. j I I A meeting in the interest of the Woman's Fair will be held at the school Auditorium Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. All interested in the Fair are asked to be present. I o ,? , tUCf Page 2 The Central Record,. Friday, July 11, 1913. g HI WHY NOT TRADE With I. HURT "The Store Beautiful." it was again though that we should go to Dix river, but with the amount of funds available, 12,000, which was all for which bonds could be voted, this was impossible and the city council was compelled to do the best they could In their efforts with the old plant. they have been peculiarly unfortunate, and have to use a common expression "got in bad," have made mistakes, but who of us does not, and there is not a person but will give them credit for having done what they thought was for the best, and to have used the the funds at their disposal to what they thought They are was the best advantage. indeed fortunate, that with their many misfortunes they yet have funds remaining sufficent to give to us a water plant that will answer all of our purposes for many years to come, and if the time ever comes when we find it inadequate, then may we find it possible to draw upon the waters of Dix river to supply our demands. and LANCASTER, KY. Lincoln County's ANDERSON. j "The Bright Spot In Lancaster." Liberal Donation. Democratic Postmaster At Paint Lick. Mr. H. V. Bastin Buys Property. ce Furniture, Garpets, Mattings, Rugs, Wall Paper, Pictures, Pianos, Organs. The Central Record incorporated. Fair. 100 Prof. J. L. Riley ha3 donated about Mr. A. H. Bastin informs us that we Mr. Ernest Woods informs us that books to the library of the graded he will assume the affairs of the post-offi- were mistaken in our statement that school. This is exceedingly liberal on $1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. at Paint Lick this week. Mr. he purchased the two pieces of Richmond street residence property of Mr. the part of Mr. Riley and very much Woods will succeed the late A. B. appreciated by the ladies who have this E. ROBINSON. Editor. whose son has been attending H. C. Hamilton for ?b",000., but that J. noble work in charge. to the office since his death. Mr. his son Mr. H. V. Bastin purchased R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. Woods' name was certified together the property which he now occupies, Danville Likes Our School Building. , with the names of two other applicants and that he Mr. A. H. Bastin purchasat the Post Office lu Lancaster, Kj-.Eutercd Messers Guv Wiseman, J. A. Quisen-berr- who stood successfull civil service ex- ed the residence occupied by Mr. Mall Matter. aa Second-ClasG. W. Welsh, and Prof. Cheek aminations for the office, and Mr. Hamilton, and that the prices paid for Member Kentucky Press Association the two places were private. of Danville were here last week to Woods was appointed. and inspect the new Graded School building Gharley Adams Is Seriously Hurt By BeEighth District Publishers League. with the view of erecting a dormatory Painful Accident. Another Old Landmark Disappears. College, of which they are at Womans ing Thrown From Motorcycle. Lancaster, Ky., July 11, 1913. Miss Ada Rich, daughter of Mr. S. trustees. After examining the building The "Old Ark", the one on "the News was received here Sunday evethououghly all agreed that it was with- L. Rich, and one of the popular school Chute", not the one that landed on out a flaw and were generous in their teachers of our county, met with a ning of the serious injury to Charlie Mt Aararat, although it closely re- praise both from the architect and the painful accident near town, Tuesday Adams, by being thrown from his Rates For Political Announcements sembles the biblical description of that For Precinct and Citv Offices ...S 5.00 afternoon, whicn resulted in the break- motorcycle while on his way from Lexcontractors. structure, is being torn down, and some 10.00 ?or County Offices ing of her leg just above the ankle. ington to High Bridge last Sunday. neat tenement houses will in all prob15.00 Another Error Corrected. For State and District Offices The horse she was driving became His father and mother are at his bed Good Roads. ability be erected in its stead. The 10 side and at this writing report him do- For Calls, per line We were unable to secure a list of frightened at a covered wagon and old structure is one of the oldest hous10 Charlie has a host of - ' "K fairly well. For Cards, per line Inasmuch as the question of good began to run, when Miss Rich attemptes in Lancaster, and was in all prob- the candidates who had filed their pe- ed to jump she was thrown violently to friends here who regret to know of his roads will be before the For all publications in the internext Legi:Ia- ability erected by the father of Mrs. titions to have their names placed upon the ground. est of individuals or expresDr. Acton was called and injuries and trust that they are not so ture for action of some kind. it seems the ballot for the August primary unBiggest July business so far we have Elizabeth W. Smith, who occupied it sion of individual views, per The that the question of a comprehensive the limb was set and he tells us she is serious as was at first thought. 10 ever had, there is a reason, high first. The property belongs to Mrs. til a short time before going to press line doing well and no serious results are Lexington Herald gives the following plan should be discussed beforehand, May- last week, and as is often the cases in Smith and is under the charge of 05 grade goods at low prices. account of the accident: Obituaries, per line and by way of suggestion I desire to such instances, errors unavoidable of- expected. H. T. Logan. or Logan. Charles Adams, clerk in a store at present a few thoughts on the subject. ten creep in. We gave the name of Yarnallton, was severely injured about That the Legislature should provide We are authorized to announce the Good Old "Auntie" Passes To Her Re Mr. Walter Casey as a candidate for Prof. Waterbury Resigns Principalship Of 2:30 o'clock Sunday Schools Open. afternoon, when that when any county not heretofore followine candidates for Democratic constable on the democratic ticket in a motorcycle on which he was riding helped by the state shall construct 10 Nominations. The public schools of the county, ward. Paint Lick Schools And Is Succeed, when in fact Mr. District No. 3 crashed into the ditcn at a point near miles or over of metal or gravel with the exception of two or three "Aunt Jule" Bottoms, a splendid old Uasey is a candidate for magistrate in For Stale Senator. High Bridge. Mr. Adams, with a party road of the prescribed grade and width opwhere new houses are being built, ed By Prof. London Of Bow-lin- ? upon the republican woman, one of the few old that district and of motorists, was going to High Bridge and depth of metal, when accepted by ened up Monday morning under most colored MONTGOMERY. CHARLES F. remaining in the ticket. and ran into the ditch in an attempt the state engineer the state will pay to auspicious circumstances, and with "Black Mammies" Of Casey County. Green. county, died at her home on the farm to avoid an approaching automobile. said Co, 50 per cent of said cost, exever promise of a profitable year. Dangerous Looking Specimens. of Mr. Richard Burton near Bryants-vill- e For Representative. Prof. G. L. Waterbury recently ten He was brought to this city in the au cluding the cost of surveys and right Sunday night and her remains Mr. John Henry who has just returnSecretary Bright. to the Board as tomobile and placed in the Good Sa- of way, provided the road is built to JOHN M. FARRA. were laid to rest in the Lancaster, ed from a visit to relatives in Crystal dered his resignation maritan Hospital, where he was rest- connect with another county seat or to Mr. H. C. Bright, the efficient sec- cemetery on Tuesday. AuntJuIe came City Tex., brought to the Record office Principal of Consolidated School at ing very well J. R. MOUNT. late last night. interseat with an existing road. In Paint Lick, which resignation has been retary of the Danville Fair, was in our to this county with the family of the a specimen of tarantula and one of a He was knocked unconscious from those counties heretofore helped the For County Judge. advertising that much late Duncan C. Goodloe when they centipede which he captured while in accepted and Prof. R. A. London of the fall on his machine and did town Tuesday not re- state will pay 25 per cent of the cost looked for event the Danville Fair. moved here from Boyle, and when the Texas. They are safely enclosed in Bowling Green Ky, has been chosen to gain consciousness CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. until after 10 oclock under the same conditions. This plan The catalogs are out and chucked full family moved away, she remained in jars of alcohol and are worth inspect succeed him. Prof. Waterbury will last night His back was wrenched will JAMES A. BEAZLEY. be conservative and eliminate ot interesting rings, well displayed ads. the county, an-- of late years has lived ing. They are venomous looking in accept a more lucrative position at and he sustained bruises on his face graft as to the best means of raising While in charge of Union City Tenn. liberal premiums. and For Sheriff. at Mr. Burtons. sects and Mr. Henry would doubtless I the school at Paint Lick Prof. Water- - and arms. Physicions said last night the money to pay for the roads. be much safer in cultivating his Gar bury C. A. ROBINSON. has riven splendid satisfaction they did not think his injuries would may have something to say later. Arm Broken. Wants To "Put It Under The Rooster" rard county farm than chasing either se"us-- . Respectfully Submitted, ASHBY ARNOLD. and upheld the reputation he bore of these Texas products, as the sting Donald Pointer the five year old boy air. Auanrj is a son 01 juck rtiiams. Alex R. Denny. wnen ne came 10 mis county oi ueing a , Once More. of either of them is sure and certain of Alfred Pointer had the misfortune For County Attorney. splendid educator, and it is with sin- Lancaster, and is well known here. A imto break his arm at his home near Fathers Love. Uncle Pete Howe, for many years a death unless you can secure the cere regret that he was allowed to dozen young men were in the party. G. B. SWINEBROAD. town last Friday evening. It was sue respected citizen of the Paint Lick mediate assistance of a physician. sever his connection with the school. some going to Tyrone and some to GREEN CLAY WALKER. We hear about a mother's love cessfully set by Drs. Kinnaird and Ao neighborhood, but who is spending his Prof. London who succeeds him comes High Bridge, and all riding motorcycles. In story and in song, ton and we are glad to say is now do declining years in the beautiful home Catalogs Out And Woman's Fair An As- with the highest recommendations, For Jailer. How staunch it is thro thick and thin ing nicely. for Confederate soldiers at Pewee and will no doubt maintain the excel- At Last We Are To Have A Filter Which sured Success. How tender and how strong JACK ADAMS. Valley, is back in the county where he lent standard to which the Paint Lick How sweet and pure and beautiful DAVE ROSS. We Have Every Assurance And Be In anything that is attempted by the school has been brought by Prof. Ice Cream Supper. will remain until after the primary And every word is true, people of Lancaster their efforts are Waterbury. The Ladies Aid Society of the Pleas- election, and in all probability until For Assessor. lieve Will filter. But what about a father's love Such usually crowned with success. Grove Church will serve ice cream after the general election in November. ant That claims some credit, too. can be and will be said of the Woman's DAVE C. SANDERS. The City Council are taking active Carter. on the lawn of the Church next Tues- Uncle Peter is 84 years of age and Fair that is so near upon us. The head B. RAY. E. steps toward the constructiod of a fi- It's father delves the darkest mine, day evening, July 15th. The small ad- never misses an opportunity to stamp of each department is working hard to Mrs. Pauline Carter died at the home lter, which will furnish the people of And climbs the girders high. mission of twenty five cents will be under the rooster. He was a stalwart make hers the most interesting and is of her nephew George B. Allen in Den- Lancaster pure water in sufficentquan-titie- s And swings upon the scaffolding For School Superintendant. charged and knowing how well and champion of the "lost cause", and is now assuming proportions that the ver Colorado on the 3d inst. Mrs. CarBetween the earth and sky. to answer all purposes. The bountifully the ladies serve the public being warmly greeted by his former MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. good women never dreamed of. ter went to Colorado a little over a material is already purchased and will It's father bends his aching back. on occasions of this character, a large companions in arms and a legion of A five dollar prize will be given to year ago for a visit to her relatives, be shipped in a short time, as soon as And bows his graying head, friends. crowd is assured. For Magistrate. the most interesting exhibit, and the and had often expressed her intention the factory can shape it to the proper To bear the burdens of the day 1st District, And earn the children's bread. Sad Death Of Young Woman Well Known winner is to be decided by the public of returning to Lancaster and spend- dimensions, and the matter of placing Splendid Wheat Crop. JOHN N. WHITE. who will be entitled to vote, a card for ing this summer with her sister Mrs. it in position will be of small moment. For both must work and both must In Lancaster. SHIPTONH. ESTES. that purpose being handed you upor. J. B. Conn. She was stricken with The new structure is to be built upon Under the influence of favorable plan DAVIS SUTTON. weather, wheat threshing is under full And do an equal share, Mrs. Ada Brown, wife of Mr. Rus-s- admission to the grounds. Applications paralysis in last March and never fully the same plans used by The Greer Fil JAMES H. DALTON. headway and every pike has a threshter Mf 'g Co. in the construction of To rear the little ones the Lord P. Brown, son of Dr. and Mrs. E. are coming in every day for entry recovered. 2nd District ing machine on it The quality is the J. Brown of Stanford died at their blanks from dilfercnt parts of the Mrs. Carter before her marriage to the miniature affair now at the water Has trusted to their care. best in years and the yield is splendid, home in Liberty on last Thursday night state, in fact quite a number from out Mr. J. Bynum Carter was Miss Pauline plant, but that plant will be no part of And honor to the mother love, CHARLES C. BECKER. fully making up for the shortage in after a short illness and her remains of the state, which insures quite a lit- Allen, a daughter of Granville and it. The new filter will be constructed The universe it fills, TAYLOR T. BURDETT. They Cynthia Allen of Lincoln county, but between the dam and the power house; But when you tle competition in every ring. the acreage. Local dealers are paying were interred in the cemetery at LOGAN ISON. praise it don't forget in the neighborhood of 90 cents, but on the following Saturday have secured Saxton's band of Lexing- shortly after her marriage moved to it will be 18X21 feet and G feet in That father pays the bills. ton, which will undoubtedly add very this county and settled near Carters-villthe price flucuates from day to day, We are authorized to announce the governed by the market, but this seems morning. The deceased was a daugh much to the entertainment of the where they lived continually unDr. and Mrs. I. S. Wesley, who ter of following candidates for city offices. to be the prevailing price. formerly resided in Lancastrr, and crowd that will always turn out to hear til the time of the death of her estithough but a child when they left here, good music. The "Better Babies" mable husband, which occurred in 1908. For Police Judge. Mrs. Margaret Lynn Dead. little Ada gave promise ot becoming a contest is sure to attract many entries. Mrs. Carter was in her sixty ninth E. W. HARRIS. beautiful women. The many friends The prettiest baby is to be superseded year at the time of her death. She is Mrs. John M. Mount of this city has On the night of Friday July 18th, the ladie3 of the Woman's Fair are arJ. P. PRATHER. of the family deeply sympathize with by the healthiest baby. Clothes will cut survived by one brother Mr. John T. the sympathy of the entire comumty in them and with the young husband in no figure in this contest, nor will dim- Allen of Cartersville, one half brother ranging for an entertainment that will pack the large auditorium to its fullest the death of her mother which occurred ples or pretty eyes. He will be clothed Mr. W. L. Allen of Richmond Ind. and capacity, judging trom the interesting program that follows, which reads: We hope and honestly believe that on the 3d inst in Stanford. The deceas- their great loss. Russell Brown is a as he came into the world and win or two half sisters, Mrs. J. C. Bolton of nephew of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown College Auditorium, Friday Evening, July 18th. the City Council has about reached a ed was the widow of the late James lose according to his physical merits, Texas and Mrs. J. B. Conn of Lancassatisfactory solution of a problem that Lynn and was one of Lincoln county's of this city; unaided by the arts of the toilet They ter. After funeral services at Chapel ! MusIc Saxton and Trost Band. has been a thorn in their side since most estimable women. She had been Uncle Dave Ross' Name Inadvertently will be judged by measurement, chest church on last Tuesday conducted by 2- - SonS Miss Mary Lee Lear. their induction into office, and which in failing health for some time, but had development, weight, height, muscle, Rev.- - R. N. Jordon assisted by Rev. J. 3. Piano and Violin Shuberts Serenade, Miss Florence and Mr. Allen harasseb their predecessors before only been confined to her bed for about Omitted Fiom List Of Candidates vision, hearing, observa- E. Roberts, all that was mortal of this hand grasp, Johnson. them, namely the proper and adequate twOjWeeks. Her remains were interred tion and so on. All children between splendid old lady was placed at rest in 4. Song The Newest Hit, Miss Virginia Beazley and Mr Russell Sanford. filtering of the city water. The water in Buffalo cemetery in Stanford on last For Jailer Of Garrard County. f the ages of 9 and 18 months are eligible. the beautiful little cemetery adjoining 5- Mus!c Saxton and Trost works plant in Lancastes, while the Friday afternoon. 6- Through an oversight upor the part As is stated in their introductory, in the church. Plav greatest improvement ever made in the "The Marble Arch." catalog just issued, the Fair is Mrs. Carter had long been a zealous of one of our compositors the name of their city, and which we could not possibly Chureh Services At Auditorium. CHARACTERS. Uncle Dave Ross was inadvertently given primarily to assist in defraying member of the Methodist church and get along without, has been a source of Owing to the final decorations being ommited from the list of candidates the expense of furnishing in a suitable she had materially assisted her late say nothing of much annoyance, to Jack Meriwether, (married)... . Mr. Archidene Bradshaw. manner, the handsome new school husband in the advancement of the expense, and upon the shoulders of the put on at the Christian church, it will for the democratic nomination for jailCapt Trentham. (bachelor) Mr. J. C. Hemphill. which the Fair is being Master's cause in the locality in which building in city council has rested all the responsi- be impossible to hold the regular morn- er in last weeks issue of the Record. Constance Cameron, (widow) Miss Lydia Elmore Dave readily appreciated the held, and which the promoters of the they lived. They were the prime bility, and upon their heads has fallen ing services there next Sunday and Uncle Marion Meriwether, (wife) Miss Helen Yminr. feel that the ladies of the movers and furnished substantial aid 7. Chorus ...The Lullaby, Misses Grace Cochran and Florence Johnson and all the blame. It is the opinion of many through the generosity of the school cause of this omission, but neverthe- exhibition community should have a share and in the construction of the "Chapel" in Messrs. Tinder and Doty. of our citizens that when the plant was trustees, the Auditorium has been ten- less we are exceedingly sorry that the Another object is to create an which both of them took great pride. 8. Song first constructed that the proper step dered for this service. The entire oversight occurred. This clever' gen- part .Miss Young. handiwork and to Mrs. Carter was a lovable character, to have been taken would have been to Bible school will hold its session there tleman filed his petition in ample time interest irr woman's Miss Young. notice of the public, the charitable to a fault, kind and tender 9. yioiin.... have gone to Dix river, and this is besides the regular morning services. and his name will appear under the bring to the Piano and Violin.... "Misererei" Lie -Trove tore, Miss Florence and Mr. they did not, and The church will be completed entire in rooster at the August primary much to work of the ladies of the community. hearted, good friend and neighbor, she doubtless true, but Allen Johnson. got- held the love and esteem of the entire that is a matter which is past mending. about ten days, when all regular- ser- the gratification-o- f his legion of friends The catalogs are out and can be 10. Music by band. community in which she had .so long When is was determined to increase the vices will be conducted there without through the county who insist that ten by dropping a line to the Secretary, Admission 25 cents. been a leading member. Mrs. Frd P. Friable. "Uncle Dave" is a sure winner. Reserved seats 35 cents. .. capacity and make other improvements, further interruption. s With nearly two hundred enthusiastic Kay Peas to back it up and working like trojans to make it a success, Stanford is to have one of the best Fairs Their premthis year in her history. ium list far surpasses any heretofore given and this alone should insure them Mr. Crit Eubanks a large exhibit. and W. P. Kincaid were here Tuesday in the interest of the Fair and were quite successful in securing special premiums and other advertisements. e, y, depth and will have a filtering capacity of 189,000 gallons every 24 hours. The plans for the proposed new filter have been submitted to J'roi. E. H. Markt, State Sanitary IVj;irieer, and have his approval, and in his opinion will be wholly adequate to what is required of it. There is a sufficient amount of money at the disposal of the by Council, which was appropriated the sale of bonds, to complete the work and a slight balance left with which to make some other needed improvements around the water plant The City Council have certainly had no end of trouble over the filter and it is sincerely hoped and believed that they are now upon a course which will bring them succes-in the matter of purifying the city's water supply. proj-osition, s el Mid-dlebu- e, Attractions Galore. ? .r The Central Record, Friday, July 11, 1913. rffcrf.. Page S IW fix WANTED. Ten Experienced Salesmen. Apply at Once. WILJL, CONDUCT A All About Big Ben You've been wondering why we call this a Big Ben Sale. Surely you know Big Ben the Alarm Clock that wakes you every morning or that you have seen advertised in all the magazines. Well he's the fellow that's running this sale and this is how he does it. Every day of this Sale the Big Ben Alarm goesoff at 10:30 a. m. and between these two alarms you or any one else can buy some one line of goods at a price even below regular wholesale cost. See the big square below for full particulars. 5 OF THE Your Railroad Fare Paid If you you come within 30 miles and trade R S. BROWN Lancaster, Kentucky. $15.00 or more. No one who lives near enough to make the trip in one day can afford to miss this money saving chance. 0 'mm $25,000 Stock J Of Dry Goods, Shoes, Millinery 'Vr 7n0 a Ladies and Gents. Furnishings, Carpets and Mattings. SATURDAY. At Least JULY 12 th in 10 Days. R. S. Brown 1913 At 9 o'clock a. m. Saturday, June 2th we will 1 $5,000.00 Worth of Goods Must be Sold the word of Store Closed All The Time is Short, Hence the Prices Will be Very Low. changes in our business without delay. The time is short, quick action is what we want and must have, hence prices will be extremely low, prob ably the lowest you have known in years. Don't doubt, investigate the truth of this statement. Don't hesitate, come quick and find out this is Day, Thursday and Friday, 10th and 1th 1 that this is something: more than an ordinary sale. The reason is the necessity for reducing the stock a great deal quicker in order that we may carry out some contemplated You have GIVE bargain prices and rearange the stock so the crowds can be promptly and carefully served. to enable a large force of clerks to mark the goods down to Big Ben the first ten persons above the age of I 8 who enter our store when the doors are opened at 9 a. m. AH we ask is that you spend the $1.00 here before you leave you actually receive $1. worth of anything in the store for $1.00 CASH AWAY. tickets will be handed to The Greatest Money Saving Opportunity of The Times nothing. Amazing Saturday July 12. 200 yds hope bleach 10 yds to customer regular 10 cent value half hour price .OC cents 10 to 10:20 a. m. only. Savings Of Vital Interest To You. Monday July 14th Satin messline petticoats about 3 dozen in assorted colors all pure silk really worth the money half hour special $1.!S 10 to 10.30 a. m. only. 3. BO Tuesday July 15. 10 dozen mens O'Bryan Overalls $1.23 value half hour special .9S cents 10 to 10:30 a. m. only. 100 Wednesday July 16. yards embroidery flouncing regulars 75c ts value half hour special 38 cts. 10 to 10:30 a. m. only. Goods Almost Given Away For Commencing at 10 a. m. every morning when you hear Big Ben land clarion ring.we will sell one line of goods during the next half hour hour only at a rediculodsly low price. A price so low that you'll scarcely believe your own eyes. The prices will be in effect only until Big Ben announces that its 10:30. Every day its something different for the half hour. Big Ben Bargain Special. One-Ha- lf Hour Every Day. Dont forget these daily specials 10 to 10:30 any one can take advantage of them who has bought 50 cts, worth of, any other goods in the store on the same day. This is the only condition upon which you will be entitled to get so much value for so little money as these Big Ben half hour Bargain specials offer. Now we dont want any one to be disappointed Because they can't get waited on during any of these half hour specials if we can help it. We are making these sacrifices' on these goods to draw big crowds of people every day who will see the many attractive bargains all over the store and so buy a great many goods that they would not think of getting if they did not see with their own eyes what unusual bargains were offered. The people who come one day will go home and tell their friends and neighbors about the extraordinary chance to save money and so the daily crowds will increase. Thursday, July 17. 5 dozen Fountain Shirts, all sizes 1.25 values half hour special 89 cts. 10 to 10:30 only. Friday July 18. 2 spools Clark's O. N. T. for 5cts, spools to customer 10 to 10:30 only. Saturday July 19 4 Monday July 20. 10 Tuesday July 21. pearl buttons assorted sizes half hour special .02 10 to 10:30 only. 250 dozen limit 25 dozen ladies siik hose all colors 38 cents 10 to 10:30 only. yards regular 6i cts calico half hour special .03 cts 10 to 10:30 only. Lace Curtains HERB que&tions. A-IRIEi -- Your Satisfaction. ReduceD. B Regular Regular Regular Regular 75c value 42c $1.00 value 79c. $1.25 value 89c. $1.50 value $1.15 is themost important thing of all to R. S. Brown so we emphasize again the chief rule of this store. Bring back anything that is not entirely satisfactory and get your money back without We have a great line of Shoes and of course we naturally have some slightly out of date. We will offer them at a much lower price than you can expect. One lot of Mens low cuts, all sizes, regular $4.00 and $5.00 value. Sale price $2.19. Ladies, Misses and Children's Shoes at half-pric- e ShoeS. ShoeS. TIKIS IFIRICnSS Remember that these are extraordinary low prices. Wash Goods For Midsummer Wear Big ductions. Re- Many lots will be closed out, others will Such an assortment you probably have never seen at the price, 25 cent cotton suiting 19 cts, poplin plain and fancy, solid colored merquisetts, striped muslin and crepe 19 cts. 25 and 35 cent white goods for dresses and waists sale price 19 cts. 10 and 15 cent white grained lawns .08 cts, silks at very low prices, $1.00 and $1.25 plain and fancy silks 89 cents wool dress goods very low prices 50 cent cream serge with small black stripe 36 inches wide at 39 cents. last for several days because the stock of them is so big.but the very things you want most may be the first to go. So come as soon as you can. Be sure to be here at 9 a. m., and get some of the Free Cash, too. Saturday June 5, We can't quote prices in this advertisement on half the items contained in our stock. There are scores of unadvertised bargains that are equally as great as the advertised ones. Fine 15 cent percals 11 cts. Tule Dunard gingham 1 1 cts. Best 10 cent gingham all colors 8 cts Best 50 cent linen table damask 41c Best 75 cent linen table damask 58c and $12.50 that have weight enough for fall and winter on sale for $4.98 $15, $18, $20 and $22 suits all go at the same price $12.98 We'll have plenty of good clerks so that the crowd can be carefully and promptly served. Your money back as quick as a wink if you had rather have it than the goods. Wool Shirts at Half Price. 600 wool shirts $4.78 7.50 wool shirts $5.28. 10.00 wool shirts $7.98. Ladies white wash skirts. $1.25 value sale price .98 cts. $1.50 value sale price $1.28. Staple Dn) Goods Big assortment of 6 2 cts calico for 5 cts. Good 10 cent apron ginghan 7 cts. 1-- Clothing. 1 Clothing lot of suits worth $10.00 Select the goods you like buy and take them home or to other stores and compare them with the best values you can get elsewhere. Then you'll begin to realize how much we save you on every purchase you make at the Big Ben Sale. Dont forget the half hour Big Ben specials every day from 10 t6 10:30 a. m. practically every thing in the store included in this great sale. Every last article to be sold regardless of what it brings, come in the forenoon if you can look for the big blue signs. Remember cash given away at the opening hour 9 a. m. Saturday, July 12th. R. S. BROWN, LANCASTER, KY. Page 4 i -- - m - i'ki'""'"1" - ?! -- . F '"" -"''"' " the Central Fl366f d, Priday, July WWMMMaMtaN4l -. 11, t t . Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Best Premium List Ever Offered Largely increased premiums insure the largest play of Fine Stock ever shown on the famous grounds. dis- The Great Danville FAIR Most Attractive Grounds in Kentucky. The Music Will be a Big Feature. Miss Charlotte Brand. a Noted Vocal Soloist will render a Special Program Each Day. Merry-Gro-Rou- nd For Children, and Clean, Meal Side Shows For Everybody. !J Three Big Saddle Colt Futurity Stakes. Wait For The Biggest And Department. Big Premiums For Stock of all kinds. Best Fair to be Held in Ky. For Futher Information Address H. C BRIGHT, Secretary, Danville, Kentucky. PERFECT CONFIDENCE. Bigger And Better Poultry (MS IMfsjMllircsXolQlofiMfejglij I Unsightly Face Spots. Public Sale Of Land. ON SATURDAY JULY 26 1913 at 2 o'clock P. M. as executor of the will of W. P. Griffith, I will offer for m 'US Lancaster People Hare Good Reason - For To My Friends IN Complete Reliauce. Do To To To you know how find relief from backache; Garrard County. I am back home again for a seven months tour through the a while, after South dies. advertising My and a selling my Indian Reme- trip was great The North Western success, and selling getting DAKOTA JACK, Cow more medicine,doing more advertising Bov. better results than ever. I am getting hundreds of letters, testimonials and praises from all over the United States in regard to my remedies. My remedies are all on sale and always will be at J. E. Stormes, and R. E. McRoberts & Son, Lancaster, Ky. Miss Mary Chestnut is visiting relatives in Lexington. Mrs. Edmond Sutton entertained at dinner Friday in honor of Mrs. Betsy Kemper. 1 Mrs. Wilford Dye of Middleburg is spending the week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. B, K. Swope. Mrs. Rufus Moss and daughter Miss Josephine have returned from a visit to relatives in Nicholasville. An Ice Cream supper will be irivpn by the ladies of Pleasant Grove church in the church yard next Tuesday even It is not only lightning- ing. proof but and Mrs. J. B. Kemper entertained a few storm-proo- f, too. friends at dinner last Thursday. The guest of honor was Mrs. Betsy Kem CORTRIGHT METAL SHINGLES last as long as the building and never need reruir per of Kansas City. T .1 uung lor jusi me .O t town or country Duuaines. becaiuo ihw Mr. J. B. Kemper has in his possess comfort, beauty and security. ion a curiosity in the way of a hum kmeet every condition of ming birds nest. No other bird per A c?V. ,V haps could plan a structure so delicatejUmA.viiii ly and faultlessly made. Seemingly the builder was an artist. The little nest which would comfortably hold a quarter of a dollar is built of hair, linFor Sale hy ed with a sort of white silky stuff the Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street fiber of which is softer than cotton. and was securely fastened on a limb of Philadelphia, Pa. a tree. While the side of the nest is covered with gray moss each piece held firmly in place by a sort of glue. There were two tiny white eses in the nest when found no larger than a gar- SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION aen pea. Indian Herbs making my name famous all over the United States, for Blood, Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver Stomach, nervous and female troubles. A 45 days treatment $1.00. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment for all pain and deafness price 25 cts per pottle. Dakota Jack's Creme Soap for human skin, shaving, shampooing and bath 3 cakes 25 cts. Pursley's Indian Herbs Pursley's that's correct distressing urinary ills; assist weak kidneys? Your neighbors know the way-H- ave used Doan's Kidney Pills; Have proved their worth in many tests. Here's Lancaster testimony. Mrs. T. S. Elkin, Danville Pike, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I still consider Doan's Kidney Pill the best remedy for anyone to use when having anything wrong with the kidneys and back. Doan's Kidney Pills are a safe remedy to take. All I said some years ago recommending Doan's Kidney Pills holds good." The above statement must carry conviction to the mind of every reader. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy ask distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mrs. Elkin had the remedy backed by home testimony. 50c all stores. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. When Your Back is Lame Remem ber the Name." Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment, which heals all skin eruptions No matter how long you have been troubled by itching, burning, or scaly skin humors, just put a little of that soothing antiseptic, Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment, on the sores and tne Healing suffering stops instantly. begins that very minute. Doctors use it in their practice and recommend r. Alleman, of Littletown, Pa., says: "Had eczema on forehead; Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment cured it in two weeks' ' Guaranteed to relieve or money refundPrice ed. All druggists, or by mail' 50c PfeifferChemicalCo., Philadephia and St. Louis. DAIN MOWER. sale to the highest bidder the farm belonging to this estate known as the home place and containing about 100 acres. It is situated in Garrard County on the Paint Lick and White Lick pike 3J miles south of Paint Lick P. O. adjoining the farm of Jas. Todd. There is a 5 room dwelling, stable, good orchard, good fences and plenty of water on the place. Nearly all of call on or this land is in W. F. Champ, Executor. write. Lancaster, Ky. Sale will be held on the premises. blue-grass, .rV- - -- S gSfjfPs PKEAUIIEKSVILLB. Mrs. H. G. Cummins who has so ill is slowly improving. Miss Mary Ellen Anderson Miss Talitha Bell Sunday. Public Sale. been Of Land And Personalty. r1?! V3t.'' -- l UAUKSIIUliX. Jlllyll:aJirMlrfgJii 1SW0&&&WM fire-pro- of ssllilliS t As Administrator of Susan A. Lear, visited deceased and agent of her heirs-at-laI will, on THURSDAY JULY 17th, 1913. Rev. J. E. Roberts will preach at at her late residence, the Methodist church Sunday morning. beginning at 1.30 o'clock sell to the Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wade, of Cor-bi- n came down to attend the burial of highest bidder the following property Mrs. Wade's mother, Mrs. Nancy Nay-lo- r. to wit:- The Farm owned by Susan A. Lear at the time of her death, containing about The children's day exercises to be sixty acres and situated on the Lex-- 1 given by the Baptist Sunday school ington pike about three miles from I will be held at the Baptist church Sun- Lancaster, This is an unusually de-- 1 day beginning at 2 o'clock p. m. sirable small farm on account of its Mr. John T. Payne and two daugh- convenience and beautiful location and ters Misses Carrie and Darling Payne the fertility of the soil. It has good of Lebanon Junction, were here Satur five room dwelling and out buildings day to attend the banal of his sister and an abundance of never failing! water. Terms easy and mad? known Mrs. Nancy Naylor. on day of sale. A lage crowd attended the picnic I will also sell eleven shares of stock given by the Beech Grove Baptist Sun- of The National Bank of Lancaster, day school on Friday the glorious Ky. and the following personal propfourth plenty to eat of both substan- erty;- Six brood mares, one six year tiate and delicacies. old family horse, one three year old Saturday at 10 o'clock p m. the harness horse, two 2 year old horses, voters of the Hobbs and Preachers-vill- e one three year old mare mule, one two consolidated school district will year old horse mule, two yearling vote on the proposition to levy a tax of heifers, one buggy and harness, about 25 cts on the hundred dollars worth of thirty barrels of corn in crib and some furniture. taxable property in the district to extend household and kitchen the school term. Election will be held Terms made known on day of sale. in the Masonic hall. Our school terms V. A. Lear, Admr. of Susan A. Lear here have always been too short for and agent of her heirs-at-lapupils to make much headway in their A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. studies and it is hoped the measure will carry by a good majority. As the ladies are legal voters in school elections it is TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE believed they will favor the cause of Money Back for any case of education. Mrs. George W. Naylor was found dead in bed last Friday morning when she was called for breakfast. While she had been a sufferer for years with a minor heart tronble, she was not sick nor had not been sick forsome time and her death so sudden came as a great surprise. Her sister, Miss Kate Payne, previous, had been her guest and the deceased was in fine spirits and had .sat up till ten o'clock talking with the family. Mrs. Naylorwas the eldest child of the late William and Mary Payne. She is survived by her husband, two sons, Messrs. Timothy and Thomas Naylor and one daughter, Mrs. W. W. Wade, ofCorbin, also by three brothers, Messrs. John T. Payne, of Lebanon Junction: J- - F. and Timothy Payne and one sister Miss Kate Payne, of this place. Mrs. Naylor was a good, kind neighborly lady, a loving wife and mother and in religious belief a Presbyterian. g ,.,. Your account is due. We need the money. Please settle now. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. -' - ; "is- :c 3C DCZZJE It It Have You Visited The fin y n Open On Sunday :c ill ???? Parlors at the ICE PLANT and Every Evening Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Solace Fails To Remove. thai CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, July 20th, 1913. .! For Cuts, Barns And Braises. $.50 Trip Round 1 .50 Trip Round In every home there should be a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ready to apply in every case of burns, cuts. wounds or scalds. J. H. Polanco, Delvalle. Tex., R. No 2, writes: 'Bucklen's Arnica Salve saved my little girl's cut foot. No one believed it could be cured." The world's best salve. Only 25c. Recommended hv R E. McRoberts & Son. More Than That. "Young Jones says that all that he needs Is a start." "No; what he needs Is a American ." SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. Rid Your Children Of Worms. RHEUMA IS FREE FROM By NARCOTICS Relieves Rheumatism riA&m Cleansing The ma J Notice! Poultry Raisers 11-4- 4 Misa Katie Bryant, Ban!itowii,Kr.,aay: for yeartandtKnUltitUa "I hire okJ Rrags poultry remedy made. Itcnreigapei and I in&enieck without fail. dropped down Im billet a gaping WiUQiomei,Banflowii.lCy.,aar: 'Oae dop of Recipe diirkrnaiUa the worm aadteUerei the crackituUntly. hit the beat prereDthrei have eretuaed." Nig. and Guaranteed by J. Kobt Crnme, Bardstown, Ky. Price 50c at all Druggists. CURES Cholera. Gapes, Limberneck, Retro, Canker,. a. K J II I son AS OOOD SO OOKE, SO nr uiarrnoea ana an uiseases ui rouury . !. , J . A. Whole System Of All ImDnrifies Do dfiSlntr , rtin'atrotAm tirltU ...-,,;- ... not try to relieve Rheumatism by 1 1 m SOLD BY C. C. & J. E. Stormes. V-- muiumigeruusurugs. RHEUMA is free from all opiates and narcotics and cleanses the system in a natural but scientific manner. The dangerous "waste" is eradicated from the kidneys, bowels, liver and skin. RHEUMA costs only 50 cents of R. E. McRoberts & Son. "I waa a great sufferer from Rheumatism for ten years. After two days use cf RHEUMA I laid down my crutch- "u ave since given tnem away, am a well man." J. R. Crocker. 614 Sumter St., Columbia, S. C. " You can change fretful, children into healthy, happy youngsters, by ridding them of worms. Tossing, rolling, grinding of teeth, crying out while asleep, accompanied with intense thirst, pains in the stomach and bowels. are fevenshness and bad breatn, worms indicate symptoms that Kickapoo Worm Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge,.expels the worms' regulates the bowels .restores your children to Mrs. J. A. health and happiness. Brisbin, of Elgie, 111., says: "I have used Kickapoo Worm Killer for years, and entirely rid my children of worms. I would notbe without it." Guaranteed. All druggists, or by mail. .Price 25c Kickapoo Indian Medicine Co., PhilaR. E. Mcdelphia and St Louie. Roberts & Son. 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. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek are the Sole U. S. Agents and have thousands of voluntary testimonial letters which have been received from grateful people SOLACE has restored to health. Testimonial letters, liter ature and FREE BOX sent upon R. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote the Solace Company as follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose $1. This remedy has been used by some friends of mine here and I must say its action was wonderful. (Signed) R. L. Morris. Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY "No 'Special TAKING SOLACE. Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST SOLACE ALONE does the work. Write today for the free box, etc. SOLACE REMEDY CO., Battle Creek Mich. :: DEZDC 1L iz UPPp m jfo:4m eetAatiointL CS He a3flflB)l7laBi'ff7K patented joint has THAT the whole business of building silos by making it possible to construct a perfectly solid Btavesiloof any desired height. When put together with a little white lead at these joints, a stave two-piece 1 IfiflPiis ill Iff WnfKm1 XscStiZfR is as good as if it were made of one-piestaves, and very much less expensive. There is no metal at these joints to become corroded by the acids and no outside moisture can collect in them to rot the wood. This joint adds years to the life of your silo and many dollars to its value. We have a plan by which yon can own an Indiana Silo and let it pay for itself ont of what it saves for you on next winter's feed bills. Give ns a chance to explain it to you. ce W. P. Kincaid, Phone 199. Stanford, Kentucky. - . "- i" -- fv ?- s1 4 the Central mtSmimt llmwmt, Record, Friday; July f il, 1913. &klimmt&&&i?&$H2&k a Page &&&&&:&& & tfp Wjj. The" Steadiers. Way To Succeed. THE Sweltering Public Can get relief at the FAMOUS Mrs. Edward R. Hewitt, president of j the Woman's Municipal League, was discussing in New York the movement for cleaner streets. "Now that woman has gone in for cleaner streets," she said, "we'll probably get them. Don't mistrust wom an s influence. It is everywhere at work." then, with a smile, Mrs. Hewitt uttered this epigram on her sex's behalf: "Pew are the men who would have reached the top of the ladder if their wives hadn't steadied ii for them." The Salesman's Sermon. "Certainly I will make a few re- Grab Orchard Springs PLEASURE, HEALTH and REST RESORT. marks," said the cigar salesman who, because of his solemn garb, had been mistaken for a man of the cloth. Ascending the platform he said; 'Men are like cigars. Often you cannot tell by the wrapper what the filler is. Sometimes a good old stogie is more popular than an imported celeb riety. Some men are all right in the show case, on display, are great disappointments when you get them home. No matter how fine a man is, event ually he meets his match. A two-fe- r often puts on as many airs as a flfty- center. Some men never get to the front at all except during the cam paigns. Some are very fancy outside and are selected for presents. Others have a rough exterior, but spread cheer and comfort about them because of what is inside. But all men as all cigars, good or bad, twofers, stogies, rich or poor, come to ashes at last." ASHES WILL BE SCATTERED ING OF STREAMS AT MEET- X X RATES$8. $10. and $12. a week Jno. S. Robinson, Pres. J. B. Willis, Secty-Trea- s. Paraphrasing the words of Horace Greeley, "The way to succeed is to advertise." There is scarcely a notable commercial success that has not been built upon the solid foundation of advertising, and likewise, practically all good, clean, honest business that advertises legitimately is successful. Whenever you see a manufacturer with the retailers of this city or a group of cities or of all the cities in the United States in an advertising campaign on behalf of his merchandise you may safely make up your mind to three things-Fir- st, the merchandise has merit. Second, both the manufacturer and and the merchant are progressive, dependable people-- with whom to do business. Third, they are successful and merit your confidence and patronage. are beginning to Manufacturers understand that the only way to create actual, demand for a product is to advertise it locally in the newspapers. "over-the-counte- Commissioner's Sale Of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. 1 Colby M. Jenkins' Administrator etal, et al, Plaintiffs, VS. Colby M. Jenkins' Heirs, President Wilson's Famous Limerick. Request Of John Lillard, Who Died At Harrodsburg, To Has Be Just Respected Its the mechanical wonder of the age!" You can't buy the Ford mechanical features in any other car at any price. That's one reason why you must get yours now if you want to drive "the mechanical wonder of the age" this season. "Everybody is driving a Ford" more than 200,000 in service. New prices runabout $525 touring car $600 town car $800 with all equipment, f. o. b. Detroit. Get particulars from Ford Motor Company, Michigan and Fourteenth Streets or direct from Detroit Factory. tc R. L. ELKIN, Agent For Garrard Co. 7 B. P. HUDSON, President. V. O. P.1GNEY, Aaa't Cash'r. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. J. J. Walkeij, Jk., Book-Keepe- r. W. P. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANIZED 1SS3. & ze Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. Harrodsburg, Ky. July John Lillard, 06, for fifteen years an invalid, died late last night, according to his own prediction, made repeatedly within the la.it month. He was a charter member of the first crematory built in Cincinnati, and according to positive instructions given his two stanch friends, H. C. Wood and James T. Cook and which they promised him on the day preceding his death to carry out. his body was sent to Cincinnati for Incineration. Mr. Cook went to bring the ashes back in an urn. One day next week he will proceed to comply with a promise made Lillard, to carry the ashes to the mouth of Dix and Kentucky Rivers at the spot where the waters of the two rivers mingle, which is in sight of and a few hundred yards above High Bridge. A few friends have be in asked to attend this ceremony whiih will not be accQmpanied with any form of religious rites. Mr, Lillard was an eccentric bachelor afflicted by paralysis and his death hastened by locomotor ataxia. He was a reporter for the Courier- Journal in Louisville during 1870 to 1874, after which he was for years a traveling salesman and known to druggists in every State in the Union. He was a collector of wide repute and left some rare specimens of archaeological ami art wonders. The death of Mr. Lillard has recalled to mind an incident which occured the the day upon which his mother passed away. His father, Benjamin Lillard, quite an aged man at the time, was so overcome at sight of his wife laid out in a shroud that he remarked to the friends assembled, "She's dead, and I believe I'll die and go with her, "and laid himself down upon the bed and died in a few minutes. Their bodies were buried at the same time and in one grave in the cemetery in this city, where they had always lived. 7 Wilson's favorite ways of answering a question is to recite a limerick, of which he knows a large number, many of his own or his daughters' composition. Asked how man he knew, he once said: "I don't know, but the other night when I couldn't get to sleep I began saying over all I knew, thinking it would put me to sleep. I counted as I went along and was in the twentieth when I dozed off." In New York one day during the campaign Gov. Wilson was asked if he was going to a peace congress dinner at which President Taft was to be present. He replied; "No, I'm not like the man so benighted; Who didn't know when he was slighted, But went to the party and ate just as hearty As if he'd been really invited." Mr. Wilson is a great story teller, In private he keeps his friends in hours long gales of laughter. He uses simple words and strong words, but seldom slang. He loves nonsense verse and limericks and often reels them off while he is getting acquainted with his audience, for he talks with an audience. not to it. Mr. Wilson, as has been said, has a strongly individual face. Some people wouid call him homely. He was under no illusion about that matter himself. He told the people during his campaign for the governor ship that they might as well prepare themselves for a busy governor, for the Lord never intended him to be One of President Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered herein at the June TVnn, 1913, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House door in Lanca&ter, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M.' or thereabouts, on MONDAY, JULY 28, 1913, it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows, t: Lying and being in Garrard County, Kcnluckj , and in two tracts: First Tract: Situated on the East side of and adjoining the Lancaster and Nicholasville and Danville turnpike road, and beginning at a point in the middle of said road, and corner to Hogait; thence leaving the pike and with Hogan G7 E 1.33 chains N 87 E 1.25 chains S 83 E 7 chains to a stake S 80A E 2.75 chains to a stake S 89 E 8.22 chains to a stake S 4 W 16 chains to a stone, corner to Hogan and Dunn; thence a new line S 82 E 23.57 chains to a stone by a pond; thence another new line S 70J W 5 chains to middle of the atoresaiu pike; thence with the middle of same N 3CJ E 4.82 chain? N 33J E 11.12 chains to the beginning. containing 37J acres, saving andexcept-in- g from the abov boundary a portion acres, thereof containingand which has been conveyed off of said boundary by said C. M. Jenkins to Mr?. Hannah Sweeney containing acres and to J. C. Williams, leaving in the boundary 33 acres This is the same land conveyed to C. M Jenkins and wife by deed dated January, 1905, of record in tho Garrard County Clerk's office in Deed Book 20, page 4. The lands or lots conveyed off of the foregoing tract are described as follows to-wi(o-w- Lancaster has one n of the RFRT PTJIIIPP'H-- & 7. S Bottling1 Works 1 South of the Ohio River. That all of the water bottled by our plant is distilled first, therefore it is absolutely pure That nil of our drinks are nottled in dear bottles. That we have one of the most complete and mijMit also add the most expensive washing mints it is possible to obtdin, We do not use brown bottles for the reason that it is a self evident fact that it is easier to detect any dirt or other matter in a clear bottle than a brown one. We bottle in clear bottles from distilled water. Mint Cola, Ginger Ale, Orange. Lemon, Strawberry and the other flavors. Come in and see us at our plant and see how these drinks are put up. Ask for Mint Cola and other drinks bottled by us and see that the name is on the bottle and crown. Mint-Cn- !a 3? & Vj & CT Sanitary Rnttlinir fin. J o MS 9m$&&8frw$&& i?&m&&ww The Best Medium. Don't advertise on rocks and walls. The ones who cut these capers Get less return, as it befalls, Than those who use the papers. Kentucky Fair Dates. The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1913 as far as reported. Ulncers ot lairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates: Womans Fair, Lancaster, July, 18th and 19th. days. 294 days. 295 days. days. days. Fair (Carroll, Gallatin, Owen), Sanders, Aug, G 4 days. days. Danville, Aug. Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, Aug, 116 days. Mt. Vernon, Aug, 6 3 days. days. Winchester, Aug, Berea July 30- -3 days. Fern Creek (Buechel), Aug, 124 days. Leitchfield, Aug 123 days. Henderson, Aug, 125 days. Broadbead, Aug, 133 days, Perryville, Aug, 133 days. Vanceburg, Aug. 134 days. Hardinsburg, Aug. 193 days. Lawrenceburg, Aug, 194 days. Shepherdsville, Aug. 194 days. Columbia, Aug. 19 I days. Erlanger, Aug. 204 days. Stanford, Aug. 203 days. Ewing, Aug. 21 3 days. Eminence, Aug, 213 days. Elizabethtown, Aug. 263 days. Shelbyville, Aug. 264 days. London, Aug. 264 days. Nicholasville, Aug. 263 days. Florence, Aug. 27 4 days. Germantown, Aug. 274 days. Paris, Sept. days; Alexandria, Sept. days. days. Fulton, Sept. days. Frankfort, Sept. Somerset, Sept. days. Bardstown, Sept. days. Barboursville, Sept. drys. Tomkinsville, Sept. days. Franklin, Sept. days. Hodgenville, Sept. days. Monticello, Sept. days. Morgantown, Sept. 113 days. Falmouth, Sept 104 days. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Sept. 15- -6 days. Scottsville, Sept. 183 days. Horse Cave, Sept. .214 days. Bowling Geen, Sept. 244 days. . Adairville, Sept 253 days. Paducah, Sept,30 4 days. Glasgow, Oct. days. Murray, Oct. days. Elkton, Oct. 2- -3 days. Hopkinsville, Oct. days. Mayfield, Oct, days. Mt. Sterling, July Harrodsburg, July Madisonville, July Uniontown, Aug Taylorsville, Aug 23- -4 55 54 the said turnpike road and adjoining the land conveyed to J. C. Williams, (the foregoing tract) Deed Book 30, page 49, in said Clerk's office. A tract of three acres and conveyed to Mrs. Hannah B. Sweeney on the dayof January. 1905, adjoining'the village of Bryantsville, oi the East side of anl adjoining the Lancaster and Lexington turnpike, adjoining Hogan and others. Deed recorded in Deed Book 20, page 25G, Garrard County Clerk's office. Second Tract: Beginning at a stake in line of Myers pole N of a black walnut pointer, said stake is corner to Mattie J. Smith, now Dawes, 5o acre tract; thence with said Myers line N J E 158.60 poles to a white oak on Smith's side of road, corner to said Myeru, S SS E 78.60 poles to a stake in the Morth edge of said road, near the forks of the same and in the line of B. M. Jones' land, a new corner to part of the dower land allotted to Mattie J. Smith, now Dawes; thence a new line to sameSJW 156.20 poles to a stake, a new corner to Mattie J. Smith 951 acre tract; thence West 78 poles to the beginning, and containing 77 acres. Said land will be sold in separate tracts. The purpose of this sale is to pay certain debts against the estate of Colby M. Jenkins, deceased, out of the proceeds arising from the sale for all of which judgment has been rendered. TERMS. This sale of each of said two tracts of land will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser or purchasers will be required to execute bond with annroved security for the purchase price, due in six and twelve months, bearing six per cent interest per annum from date until paid, each having the force and effect of a judgment, upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon all the property sold until all the purchase money is paid, W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C.C. Wm. Herndon, Att'y. for Plffs. 8-- One acre to J. C. Williams lying on the East side of Bryantsville and Lancaster pike and adjoining a vacant lot belonging to N. Noe, on the Souih side of him (N. Noe) the same of record in Deed Book 30, page 50, in Garrard County Clerk's office. One other tract of one acre or lot on the East side of i na i sa eg2J ' KE33 "'. . in the billing and through the latest Rcratnjicn development r -- GTiicieney ty;.r;t . 1 14 ( is j j a- .ktjl. j j the Tabulator Set hey ! S Vtm Xj! ?W. .4&J i ii ' H I form ..:id tsbvhr woru. points oa-ti coch icint :3 that is all. . 1 .'..... c!.:. &.!'& r.Sif x nut i;:c Jff.im il "f .ons i .A bLhrq. J for every to ji Y"t: simply .'iove i!'" hc no dcss.eu pjper end at strike the sc h iWTiJ 4 iaated. The setting of the .ops is M 3 - irvj" fi.rp'e as the operation of the f q 0f-H avridcd;n'!cotnp!ic3iionsarcehm--7,t-- Hrr.d acunu are'V,! : .. :( f jfKCA vffj Vft,tgj VvSfej JLn? WTntSraiM K jA?Sr?im f :-- ? ". ?"- -. 'j , ti..r.S'' . " n U 1 3 n C-- nr S552 :r HH?Ji c . 3 il !! I! i If p SV JJ Sj7 & of h inging cverv act In the opera- - j ticn cl the Tabuhior within the j; compass of the keyboard. It makes !: the operation of the Billing and j' Tabulating Remington as easy and as smpl as ordinary typewriting. 5 The Set Key completes the work .,i.?r.f 1 Sewl for end cscljva or fe.wur.-- 111 1 "Visible' Models 10 and Typewriter n gt o n s 'Irar.it d bookie: uescnbuii" il.e new o tl.s !! C: i: i 1 c Remington Typewriter Company c: Li 13 1 South Ave. Louisville, Ky. The King Of All Laxatives. 63 THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. For constipation, headaches, indigestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. Paul Mathulka. of Buffalo, N. Y., says they are the "King of all laxatives. They are a .blessing to all my family and I always keep a bov at home. ' ' Get a box and get well. Price 25c Recommended by R. E. McRoberts & Son. 63 OUR PLAN of selling Direct to You enables us to save you Capital $50,000. A. R. DENNY, Surplus Vice $30,000. Pnsident J. E. STORMES, Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- Commissioner's Sale Of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3. r ioune-nai- i A OrcfTr!?rv! ..cnpri f.n ex- dp- - 1: "sSvSSf?:-" the cost you would rprr. y S r rav fni R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, signs as ours. g p r. James Roberts, et al, Plaintiffs, Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. VS. 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. REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian, Trustee and save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Stock Certifi- cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. mis- Put your valuable papers.in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company public auction, before the Court House Door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY, JULY 28, 1913, it being the first day of. the Garrard County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described follows, In Garrard County, Ky., and being a lot in the town of Paint Lick, Garrard County, and bounded on the South by the lands of the L & N Railroad Company and Paint Lick Creek on the North; by Guv Rice on the East, and contains J of an acre. The purpose of this sale is to sell property owned by the plaintiffs and defendant and divide the proceeds of sale according to the rights of the parties. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved surety for the purchase price, aue in six months, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue payable to W. H. Brown M. C. G. C. C, and a lien will be retained upon the property until all the purchase money is paid. W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. R. H.'Tomlinaon, Att'y for Plffs. to-w- it: J. Roberts, Defendant. Pursuant to a judgment rendered herein at the June Term, 1913, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at A. Residence Phone 27 Our Monuments are Exclusive They are designed by artists of ability, created by artisans of the greatest skill and executed with faithful attention to detail and delicacy of sentiment. SEND MO MONEY. Examine the monuments on arrival and if not satisfactorj we do not ask you to accept them. 'We assume all risks of transportation and guarantee their safe arrival. Could anything be fairer? Our price is what the work costs delivered at your nearest depot. LANCASTER. KY. 25 25 25 Phoenix Hotel J. M. SKAIN, Mgr. Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky 24 24 34 33 34 43 93 94 This is Just What we Offer. Write for our beautifully illustrated catalog of exclusive designs. Better Than The Best, No Higher Than The Rest. Distilled. Filtered Drinking Water. KENTUCKY Consumers' Monument Company, Ball Ground, Georgia.. i LEXINGTON. 14 14 84 66 The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price v. POSTED LANCASTER COLORED AUGUST 28th, 29th and 30th, '13 W. H. Harris, President. L. W. Faulkner, Secretary vt Z' Page6 The Central Record, Friday, July 11, 1913. Like A Thunder Bolt From A Clear Sky Comes the Announcement of one of the Greatest Prize Popularity Campaigns Ever attempted by a Weekly News Paper. Including a Pony, Buggy and Harness, Three Beautiful Diamond Rings and Nine other Valuable Prizes $625.00 In Valuable Prizes Given Away Absolutely THE BY LANCASTER CENTRAL RECORD, FREE be- ENTER YOUR NAME OR THAT OF A FRIEND TODAY. Information, Rules, Etc. The contest is open to everyone men and women, boys and girls possessing good character, residing within the limits of the territory of the contest. Candidates and their friends may secure subscriptions anywhere. The contest manager reserves the right to reject any candidate and to pass final judgment on any question which may arise. Candidates compete only against the contestants living in the same district as themselves for the district prizes. The contest manager reserves the right to make any changes or alterations in the rules and conditions that may be necessary to the best interests of the contest. No promise or agreement, either written or verbal, made by agents, solicitors or representatives, other than those published in the Central Record will be recognized. The rules and conditions given here are to govern the contest Of the Central Record, and all candidates entering the contest agree to be governed by the rules and conditions as here set forth. Until fuither notice no contestant will be allowed to poll more than a sufficient number of votes to place them standing 10,000 votes in advance of the leader of the preceding issue. No member of the force of the Record or any member of their families will be allowed to enter the contest. No votes sold for money or other consideration, but must be clipped from the Record or secured on subscriptions. Vote ballots issued on subscriptions accompanied by cash and for no less than a year's subscription. Any district that may have only four active candidates running at the discretion of the contest manager may be combined with one closest to it in voting strength and contestants from said district added to the one with whom it is merged. A Ballot Box for votes and nominations has been placed in the office of the Record or the votes may be mailed direct to the contest manager. Votes are positively not transferable. They cannot be bought, but must be clipped from the paper or secured on subscriptions. Three business men from this city will be selected as judges and they will have exclusive control of the Ballot Box on the last day of voting, and after a canvass of the votes, declare the winners. The decision of the board of judges will be final and will admit no appeal. Contestants must enter from the district which the live. The contest manager to decide any question regarding the proper districting of candidates. Candidates moving from district to another after they have been nominated will be retained from the district in which first nominated. The contest Nominations may be made at any time during the contest. manager reserves the right to reject any nomination or application at his discretion. If there is anything regarding the contest that is not fully understood by prospective candidates or their friends, they are invited to call at the contest department or write the contest manager and the matter will be explained in detail. Address all nominations, votes and communications to the Contest Manager, care Record, Lancaster, Ky. utiles 3 100 VOTES 100 Good for 100 votes for the contestant named low if brought or sent to the Contest Department, care The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., before the date hereon expires. M Post Office : Dist Not good after July 18th. Official Directory Of Garrard County. STANFORD. The Consumptive At Home. Circuit Judge lion. Charles A. Hardlu. Commonwealths Attorney Hou. Kmmet Caring for the consumptive at home Mr. S. T. Harris spent several days is always fraught with great danger; at Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. Annie Engleman and daughter in the early stages danger to the paCircuit Clerk William B. Mason. tient himself, in the later stages danMaster Commissioner W. H.Brown. have returned from Martinsville Ind. Trustee Jury Fund Ben. K. Uobiuson. ger to the other members of the famMiss Gertrude Wilkerson is the guest Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby ily. In a few cases, however, circumMason. of the Misses Wilkerson at Lancaster. stances are such that the home apCounty Judge A. O Ford. Mrs. Ann Davis VanArsdell is the pears to have advantages, when conCouuty Attorney J E. Koblnon. guest of Mrs. J. R. Mount of your city. sidered from the patient's point of Couuty Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Toinlluson. Mrs. J. F. Holdam and Mrs. Morris view, wnicn are not easily overDai-ance- d Coroner J, A. Jones. have gone to Crab Orchard for the by the danger to the rest of the Sheriff George T. Ballard. summer. household. Deputy SLerlfl C. A. Uobiuson. Superiuteudant of Schools Mies Jennie HigMr. and Mrs. L. B. Hilton attended In these cases, when the observance gles. the Lebanon Chautauqua on Wednesday of proper precautions can be depended Assessor W. S. Carrier. evening. upon it is quite permissible to care for Deputy Assessor K. B. Kay. Mr. Blain Newland of Dallas, Txas, them in the home. Jailer Jack Adams. Super isor ol Roads Cleveland Bourne. Every beginning case of tuberculois with his parents Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Treasurer B. F. Hudson. sis should have the benefit of a few Newland. MAGISTRATES. Mr. T. P. H. Spaulding, of Louisville months' sanitarium treatment, and this J. P. Bourne 1st, Dist. was the guest of his uncle Mr. Bailey for its educational advantages more Logan Isou 2nd, DLt. than for anything else. In a good san Harrison Kay 3rd, Dist. Hill and family. James Coldirou 4tb, Dist. itarium the intelligent patient learns Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Baughman and COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. just how to care best for himself, the children have returned from Crab Cronley Broaddus. 1st. Diet. dangers to avoid, and the necessity Orchard Springs. R. D. McMurtrj, 2nd. Dist. of good food, fresh air and regular O. J. Hendren. 3r3. Dist. Miss Emma Warren and Miss May rest Thomas P. King, 4th. Dist. Brackett have returned from Cincinnati He also learns how to care for his CITY OF LANCASTER. where they spent five weeks. sputum so that danger to others Is reMayor II. T. Logan. Mrs. Mary Owens and attractive duced to the minimum. After such a City Judge E. W. Harris. City Attorney U. H. Tomllnson. of Somerset are the training, he should be able to have City Ork II. K. Herudoii. guests of Mr. J. W. Rout Sr. and things arranged in any home, so that M Mount. City Assessor John family. his cure will progress without infectCity Treasurer D. A. Thomas. Miss SueTavlor Engleman has return- ing the other members of the family. E. Herron. Chief Felice L. Tuberculosis in the second and third ed from Pittsburg, Pa after an extend COONCILMEN. ed and delightful visit to her cousin stage is nearly hopeless, so far as the Gregory. Parker II. C. Hamilton. cure to the patient is concerned; and W. M. Zanoue. B.F. Walter. Mrs. J. E. Johnson. U S. Greeuleaf. Wm. Hcrndou. although nothing should be left unAfter attending the wedding at Louisville on ednesday done that might better his condition, Miss Mary Higgins went toChautauqua, the main thought should be how to prevent the infection of others. N. Y. for an extended visit. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Karl de Schweinitz, secretary of the Mrs. A. A. McKinney of Louisville Pennsylvania society for the prevenArrive. and Miss Mary Bruce of this place will tion of tuberculosis, gives the followNo 10; 5:00 a. m. leave on the 15th., for a visit to Mrs. ing instructions for the care of the sick To Maysville, connecting at Richmond W. K. Smith of Clifton Forge, Va. room occupied by such invalids: with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; Misses Mary Shepherd Cook and at Winchester with C & O to Lexing- Mary Moore Rainey entertained on "Make the ennsumptive's sick room germ proof and you Jwill do much to ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Wednesday afternoon on the Bach Club otna tlia onronH nf tho rliaouaa Soa Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. Tennis Court. The Club will give a that everything in the room is wash- No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting series of tennis parties during the able even the furniture. Use wooden d chairs and an enamelat Rowland, L & N to all points South. summer at each of which one or more i or of the members will act as host. led metal bed with a hair mattress. . No 28; 11:04 a. m. , Have washable rugs instead of car To Richmond, connecting with L & pets Carpets collect dirt and germs. N to Irvine & Beatty ville, Lexington The curtains should also be of sim& Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. ple washable material. No 70; 11:50 a. m. FOR THE HAIR "Boil the patient's eating utensils To Richmond, connecting with fast If your hair is too dry brittle color- after each meal. Leftover food should less thin stringy or falling out use be burnt not given even to the cat train to Cincinnati. Parisian Sage now at once. No 27; 2:09 p. m. dog. It stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair" or To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon "If possible, change a bedridden paof dust and excessive oils, removes dandJunction to Elizabethtown & Bowling tient's sheets daily; blankets every ruff with one application, Grten, and at .Bardstown Junction to hair doubly beautiful and makes the month if protected by a spread; if not soft fluffy Bardstown & Springfield. abundant Try a 50a bottle protected, every week. Before washing It will not only save your hair and make the sheets, boil them half an hour. ExNo 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast it grow, but give it the beauty you desire. pose the blankets-t- o sunlight daily for R. E. McRoberta & Son. a week before cleaning them. Supply train to Bristol & Atlanta. Pur-jea- r. grand-daughter Sloan-McRober- ts paper napkins for the patient's sputum. After use these should be put into a paper bag and burnt. For cleaning and disinfecting use ordinary lye. "If the patient is able to walkabout, see that every room he occupies is as open as possible. A cunsumptive should not make the dining room or kitchen his living room. Children should not be allowed in the sick room. Tuberculosis is most often spread through lack of precaution in the home. Germs from the consumptive. unless care is taken, infect both the house and those who live in it. Therefore, keep the sick room sanitary." Should these instructions be even fairly well carried out, the invalid can bs made comfortable without danger to his family. 31ANSE. Mrs. John Tudor is very ill at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Dillon were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Parsons Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arther Ball and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Grover Gastineau Sunday. Miss Fannie Payton of Rock Castle County is visiting her brother Mr. Olivan Payton. Mrs. Will Conn of Wilmore Ky. was the pleasant guest of her daughter Mrs Woods Tudor last week. Rev. Holder of Lexington filled his regular appointment at Leavell Green Saturday night Sunday and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hammock of Paint Lick were the guests of their mother Mrs. Mary Hammock Sunday. Enter The Central Record test at once. Con- 1 ifflfliflnRnE Dyaj ' jj I RICHMOND. KY. ' A W1 S II ll Tralnine ' tvuMivt iT'.v .ociyj".1 or KentucKy. Special vrarvn ana k v w Coa?fl. 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Drop in and see us the next time you are in town. 6--H. 18-in- ch 6-- H. 6--H. self-feed-er, BECKER, BALLARD & CO. BryantsviHe, Ky. '.' S.- -- The Central Record, Friday, July -- II, 1913. Page 7 - ! 1 t FOR THE VAC Use this list while planning for your vacation, you will find many things you need at prices that will leave you more to spend on the trip. "i I i: w l: a I Embroideries of all kinds, Silk Gloves Undermuslins, Silk Hose. White & Colored Wash Dresses Traveling Cases. i i 1 1!!' 1 1 ft I and many other articles to numerous to mention, that are going at a very low figure. The JOSEPH MERC The Home of Good Bargains I The House of Quality. w Is I S3 M im Mi 'it iMhTTfTh mAliTaH-gE2tiiflS!KSfc:WyWBrMwMM- We Write Anv Kind of f asKwEnunBHowuKMwaa UR H AN G k 27. iii Gossip About eople n A Britf Mention of the Comings and Coins by Those Wt Are Interested In. 5322EI s Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, irWlMII HI Miss Effie Risque is in Nicholasville Ky. Phone g for a vacation with her mother. Mrs. Alfred Pointer and mother visited relatives in Danville last week. Miss Leona Gott of Richmond is here i visiting her aunt Mrs. L. N. Miller. Miss Brown CTI ville theMinnie of Miss guest is in Nicholas- grcWWTTTfrTr gr nw.r-- i m-- i in ii j , M i li WEI" H Kathleen M MM n JhR UV bvv l IS ET iBbH Eaii iH ii VI ill OH n&l is the guest of Dr. Professor Henry Elliott of Newport, and Mrs. W. M. Elliott, Miss Gertrude Wilkerson of Stanford is visiting her cousin Miss Willie ! PUBLIC SALE. See Page Add For Judge Homer W. Batson of Louisville is here visiting his father Mr. R H. Batson. Mrs. George Robinson of Danville, has been visiting her mother Mis. Rebecca West. Miss Dove Harris of Danville, was the recent guest of her sister Mrs. S. H. Anderson. Miss Mary Noel of Danville is spending the month of July with her sisttr Mrs. J. B. Woods. R. S. Brown, m Lancaster, Ky, 1 Miss Margaret Ramey of Eminence, Ky., is here the guest of her sister Mrs. Eddie Walker. i i i " pm$0jm c0Bii0ix:) ..: : mmmM fyiry ! i 8 m Is'nt A Bother when you know that your bread, biscuits or cake will be sure to come out just right. Well, try a sack of i 1 Miss Georgia Dunn is at home after a stay in Frankfort in the interest of the Christian Endeavor. Mrs. John P. Long is at home after a stay of several months with relatives in San Antonio, Texas. Green Clay Walker and Miss Cordia Hamilton motored to Crab Orchard, Comparative I 1 I I I mond, last week attending the ChautCaptain T. A. Elkin Misses Sallie and auqua ard visiting her cousins Misses Annie Margaret Elkin were guests at Edna and Naomi Ballew. Mrs. Charlotte Warren of Stanford Crab Orchard Springs Friday. and son Ashby Warren of Louisville Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Williams and children are in Campbellsville, for a were with Lancaster relatives Tuesday. Mrs. D. C. Sanders and children spent visit of two weeks with relatives. Miss Viola Beagle of Covington has the past week with Mrs. Sanders joined her parents Reverend and Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs. Alex Layton of McCreary. Beagle to make Lancaster her home. Allen D. Henry of Burmingham will Mr. H. Clay Hamilton and daughter arrive on the 15 to spend a vacation of Miss Thelma and Miss Annie Powell 10 days with Mr. and Mrs. were recent visitors in Crab Orchard. Solon B. Henry. Miss Mary Cottrell leaves this week Mrs. Walter Beazley and little sen for and indefinite visit to friends and left Tuesday for Louisville for a visit relatives in Nicholasville and Wilmoie. before returning to their home in L03 Mrs. Haden Leavcll was called to Angelos California. the bed side of her little sister Lucile Mr. George Allen and children of who was badly burned with hot water. Denver accompaincd the remains of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Sprinkles of their aunt Mrs. Pauline Carter to her Shelby City was the guest of Mr. and old home here for burial. Mrs. Pruitt Thompson Saturday and Mrs. L. G. Davidson entertained Sunday. Wednesday morning for Mrs. Frazier Misses Ruth Waller of Louisville and G. Hurt, the bride. The homs were Nancy Long of Madison were the re- fiom 10 to 11 and 11 to 12. cent guests of Mrs. Taylor Raney and Mrs. Ed Walker was hostess of a six daughter. o'clock dinner Tuesday complimentory Mrs. J. A. Elsener and children of to Miss Margaret Ramev of Eminence Charleston, West Va. are here visiting and Mrs. Robert Walker of Fayette-vill- e, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller Tennessee. and family. Mr. James Lear of Mound Valley, Mrs. J. Bradford Jennings and little Kansas, comes the last of the week to son Clay and Mrs. Ed Doty of Pecos visit his brothers V. A. and William Texas are here for a visit to Mr. J. A. Lear and sisters Mcsdames Alex West Doty and family. and James Dudderar. Maud Robson has returnMiss Dedie Mrs. J. W. Sweeney accompanied ed to her home in Louisville after a her brother Judge Homer W. Batton pleasant stay with her cousin Miss to Louisville. From there she will go to Milwaukee Wis. for a visit to Mr. Kathleen Walter. Miss Bettie Walker Burnside was and Mrs. Howard Hoeing. Miss Marguerite Hurt left last week hostess at a well appointed dinner the honor guest being Miss Dedie Maud for a visit to relatives in Anderson Ind. Robson of Louisville. after which she will go to Nowata D. A. Okla. for an extendei visit to her Messr's J. Y. Robinson, 11. M. Vanhuss. Thomas, W. B Bui ton and Joel Wal- sister Mrs. ker are enjoying a recuperative stay at Mr. and Mrs. John W. Walker and wife are the guests of Mrs. Fannie Crab Orchard Springs. Walker. Mr. Walker has recently Miss Edna Kavanaugh was in Rich- returned from Florida where he completed a large contract on public works. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Noel and children of Lafollette Tenn. are expected soon for a visit to their sister Mrs. J. B. Woods at Paint Lick. Friday evening for the dance. Mrs. Frank Brown and son continue Kl'tiKhYK. quiet ill. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph was in LouisMr. William Brown of Brttt epuweii ville for a short stay. hie school here Monday. Miss Rella Arnold was u visitor in Mr. Forest Stapp mmfe a ImsMteas Crab Orchard Sunday. I trip to Lexington Momkor. Normon Soper of Richmond is visiting Miss Agnes Miles ontertaimal urith a Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Soper. musicale at her home affeer-- I Miss Bessie Aii3tin has been in Paint noon. Lick waiting Miss Mable Hall. Miss Mamie Dickerson of Rickfrl Mr. R. M. Edwards of MemphisTenn. opened her school at Teatoravite, Monday morning. is here visiting Mr. J, I. Hamilton. t , I StrJy Mr. ami .Mra. Fraftfcffe ami Mr. Alexander Walker J visiting his Mr. Harp of Lawrem.-efewjr- . Uncle W. E. Walker in Jellico Tenn. have lnm the guests of Dr. ami Mrs. J. S. GH- Miss Hallie Brown is in Stanford bsrt. visiting Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Brown. ' Misse3 Ruth Waller of LouisviHc ami Mis Marie Ballard is the guest of Pearl Dickerson of Lancaster have MNs Mary Eliza Holtzclaw in Lincoln ueen tne guest3 of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. county. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bourne, of Lex Rev. II. M. DeMoss will preach Sunington are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. day morning on "Good CitizeiHMp" B. Bourne. and at night on "The Prodigal Soh." Mrs. A. D. Vanarsdall, of Stanford Miss Agnes Miles entertained in- was the guest of Mrs. J. R. Mount, the formally Monday evening at her home first of the week. in honor of her guests, Ms Ruth Mrs. Annie Singleton of Millersburg Waller of Louisville, and Misd Amefti i3 here visiting her daughter Mrs. Scott Ch&pline of Harrodsburg. of Lower Garrard. Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Price of Danville were guests of Mrs. D. M. Lackey and daughter Tuesday. Mrs. E. II. Walker Miss Mary are Osr J YOU'LL FIND IT IS THIS COLUMN. .- - I I For brick, lime, cement, sand, crush-- ! Prof. Cassidy of Madison Female ed stone. Garrard Milliner Co. Institute was here this week in the Residence on Richmond street for runt interest of his school. immediate possession. Harry Anderson is in Cincinnati this Parker Gregory. week making some purchases for his large furniture house. Remember I take subscriptions for all kind of Magazines and papers. Allen Johnson who has been in RichMrs. DoJIie Brown. mond visiting was accompanied tome by his cousin R. L. Arnold Jr. It burns like wood and don't 8M your Mr. Ed C. Gaines is at home after an stove with ashes and soot, order u trial enjoyable outing in Noriolk, New York load of High Cliff coal. Garrard Mith'ng; Cff. City, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. Hays of Stanford. ami daughter the guest of Mrs. J. C. a I B WHITE SWAN FLOUR and that's just what will happen. Order it today and be sure to say White Swan Flour is the only kind you will take There are plenty of reasons which a trial will disclose. Digestibility of Food Made with different Baking Powders From a Series of Elaborate Chemical Tests: An equal quantity of bread (biscuit) was made with each of three different kinds of baking powder cream of tartar, phosphate, and alum and submitted separately to the action of the digestive fluid, each for the same length of time. The relative percentage of the food digested is shown as follows: Bread made with Royal Cream of Tartar Powder: 100 Per Cent Digested Mr. and Mrs. George Brown and daughter Elsie and Mr and Mrs. Miley Walker and daughters Marie and Hazel motored to Frankfort Saturday. Mrs. Walter Beazley and little son returned this week to their home in LosAngeles California after a stay with Mrs. Beazley's mother Mrs. Mildred Beazley. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dickerson gave a picnic to a number of young people on Friday at Camp Nelson, the guest of honor being Miss Ruth Waller of Louisville. i :rc Lancaster Electric Light Go. The members of the Methodist congregation enjoyed an outing on Thursday in the way of an all day picnic at Dix River where a most inviting luncheon was served. Messrs Joe Price, Sam Denny, Dedie Maud Misses Kathleen Walter, m - J " ' - - a Sland Robson and Bettie Walker Burnside motored to Crab Orchard Friday evening for the opening dance at Crab Orchard Springs. Master Charles A. Bastin the handsome little son of Mr. and Mrs. Henly V. Bastih is at home after a visit to his aunt Mrs, Charles F. Denman of Nicholasville, and an enjoyable trip to Lexington. some Porch to your house and in- ilalo ott Bread made with phosphate powder: 684 Per Cent Digested! We want some of jour coul orders Mrs. H. C. T. Richmend and daughter of Marshall Okla. are Uiting her on no other grounds than the merits ef the coal, we have taken the ageacy parents Mr. and Mr. J. A. Arnold. for the High ClifT mines, just now for Miss Flora E. Smith of Barboursville the first time on the market, try a Ky. is visiting her parents Mr. and small load don't take our word for it. Mrs. Wm. Smith at Point Leavell. Garrard Milling Co. Airs. Lewis L. Walker is spending a Farm For Sale. few dajs with relatives in Louisville. She was acompanied by Judge Walker. Two Hundred acre blue grass farm Mrs. B. C. Rose of BryantsviIIe, en- for sale in high state of cultivation. tertained at a hannsome course dinner Well improved with plenty of good at her home; the color scheme observed water. Prices right ami terms easy. in the house decorations and table ap- A bargain if purchased at once. CaM pointments was pink and white, the on or address. S. W. Hager, Bryants-vill- -s Ky. following guests partaking of the hospitality of the gracious hostess; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Small Blue Grass Farm For Sale J. Hogan Ballard, Mr. and Mrs. RichWill sell my farm located seven mite ard Burton. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis, Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Elliott, Mr. from Lancaster on Richmond pike, two and Mrs. W. Ros3 Bastin and Miss miles from Paint Lick Church. High state of cultivation. All necessary out Cecil Elliott of California. buildings. J. F. Higgins, Paint Lick. Miss Bernie Lear returned home this Ky. week from Shelby, North Carolina. She with three other Kentucky girlij I was the recipient of much social attention while the guest of Miss Margaret McMurry, first was the reception given by Miss McMurry followed by a party given by Miss Nix, a picnic in their honor at Hopper Springs a dance, at Fatterson Springs, and motor cars Do You Own a conveyed them to Charlotte where Carl Carpenter entertained them at a theater party. They were also the Pure Bred Boar? guests of honor at a party given by Miss Mary Kehdall. ! Mr, Farmer 1 crease its appearance and comfort fifty per ' cent. You can easily do iLI needed 1 Bread made with alum powder: 67 Per Cent. Digested it without much expence. Our mill work will provide the posts, pillars, railings, and in fact everything except a few nails. Any body can put them together. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. l These tests, which are absolutely reliable and unprejudiced, make plain a fact of great importance to everyone : Food raised with Royal, a cream of tartar Baking Powder, is shown to be entirely digestible, while the alum and phosphate powders are found to largely retard the digestion of the food made from them. Undigested food is not only wasted food, but' it is the source of very many bodily ailments. 0 Friends in Lancaster received an If you want some good coal for your announcement of the marriage of Miss your stove and Mr. Willis Whitcombe cook stove that wont fill Lamah Ellis with soot and cinder try a small load of of Covington. The wedding occurred Milling Co. at the home of the brides parents in our High Cliff. Garrard Latonia, the officiating minister being Notice. Reverend Mr. Ellis the brides father. M.s. Grove Kennedy of Preachers-vill- e To the Honorable Judge of the accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Garrard County Court and J. E. Robinn son Countv Atty for Garrard County Jesse Mershon and two Ky. are the guests of Mr. you are here by notified that I Ozz of Corbin John Walter. Mr. Mershon is a brother Anderson will on the First Tuesday in of Mrs. Walter and it will be pleasant August 1913 make application for a news to his many friends in Garrard parole before the Board of Prison county that he has made good in a Commissioners for the State of KenOzz Anderson. financial way in Corbin and is one of tucky for a parole. By R. H. Tomlinsom, Atty. the leading business men of that thrivThis July 8 1913. ing cityr- grand-childre- Try one of my Durocs and watch your profits grow My spring pigs are by Sires of Grand Champions and out of sows of royal breeding. Also have a few bred gilts for sale. Entire herd against cholera. Prices low, quality high. SatisCall and see faction guaranteed. my herd. Phone 363-- If not, why not? im-mun- B. F. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. vrfsigv1'- - J'i7ir " Page 8 The Central Record, Friday, July an DC DG 11, 1913. DG 15BB5E 3D 3E DE 3E 3E 3 ririfniimiv THE WOMANS VSGE1EIE 3 FAIR JULY 31 18-19t- h, At School Auditorium, Lancaster, Ky. Music By Saxton & Trost. MerryGoRound and Other Attractions Something Doing Every Minute. Don't Miss It. Write For Catalog. MRS. FRED P. FRISBIE, Secty. 3E 3E 3I1E HE he crat Candidates nCt0W000C800e0fOO0OO0Ofr J OMM0098M fects of which she died. The following is a list of the DemoCurrent News. who hsve filed their Cabin Creek, W. Vo.f miners were There were three deaths from heat the of the GarGreensburg and fired upon Monday night. Mr. Paul I rAKJUCK LULUfllJJ Mr. Eugene Foster of Richmond were petition, withCourt, Clerk their places on in Louisville last Saturday. and rard County Roark of Soruku Ebora, Japanese 3 tatesman. i- The State Banking Department made Aeoaeo90ooo9oooeooooeom the guests of honor at a lawn party the ballot at the Primary Election to who is touring America, called upon ooooooooi 779 inspections the past year. given by Misses Lydia and Mary Elmore be held on August 2nd., 1913. Secretary Bryan. Women voted in three Illinois towns Those present Wednesday evening (ip&cc below this heading is lor tne excln-lvDEMOCRAT BALLOT. The decree dissolving the Union last week under the suffrage law. use of oar farmer subscribers, and la for were. Pacific merger has been For Senator 18th. District the sale of stock, grain and such things on Misses. Messers, The strike of gold miners at Johannes entered of record. farm as the farmer cannot afford to adverMargaret Arnold Chas. F. Montgomery, of Liberty, Ky. burg, South Africa, has not been settise. No notice will be accepted over four John McRoberts James Hill, who is said to have been Patsy Kinniard For Representative. tled. lines, and will be only lu two issues of the Shirley Hudson a Lee county, Ky., feudist, committed Margaret Morrow John M. Farra, of Lancaster, Ky. ecord. free of charge John Kinniard Several persons were injured and suicide at Staples. Minn. Delia Tinder Frank Tinder J. R. Mount, of Lancaster, Ky. Good Service. Prices Right. much property destroyed by a wind tobacco Alex Doty thousand wanted Three men were injured, two fatally, Annie Margaret Elkin For County Judge. storm at Marietta, O. Phone 354-Robt, Gulley & Son. sticks. by an explosion in the cistern room of Nancy Walker Dan Elkin J. A. Beazley, of Lancaster, Ky. The celebration of the fiftieth anniv- - a distillery Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Kathleen Walter at Peoria, III. J. B. Buckley C. A. Arnold, of Lancaster, Ky. ersity of the Battle of Gettysburg ofI have 50 bushels of home grown Joe Price Martha Kauanaugh Ten policewomen will be appointed For County Attorney. ficially close Sunday night. crimson clover seed for sale, Edna Kavanaugh Bradley Bourne in Chicago and will be assigned to the G. B. Swinebroad, of Lancaster, Ky. Walton E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky. burning Suffragetts are suspected of f D. J. C. Hemphill Jr. Anna B. Burnsides parks and bathing beaches. G. C. Walker, of Lancaster, Ky. a Methodist chapel in Wales, recently Bernie Lear Eugene Roark Chicago boy died at A GOING AFTER THE For County Clerk. Mr. J. H. Thompson of Preachers- erected at a cost of 40,000. Paul Foster. from the effects of swallowing acid J. W. Hamilton, of Lancaster, Ky. ville, has some good Duroc sows and Minnesota will collect about $15,000 found in the center of a golf ball. pigs for sale. For Sheriff. in costs from three railroads as a result PAINT LICK. The Senate demanded of the AttorOffice at Rainey's Livery Stable. You need something to clean dp Ashby Arnold, of Lancaster, Ky. of the decision in the rate cases. ney General a report on the "spying" disinfect and kill parasites. C. A. Robinson of Lancaster, Ky. Victor Lear bought of Denny Bros. -- -- Kentucky W. Johnson, a safeblower was ser- order on the conduct of Federal Courts. Lancaster. J. 48- - 245 pound hogs at 7J cents per For County School Superintendant. iously wounded at Kirkwood, Ga Mrs Wates and daughter Miss JoseI KP.ESO DIP No. Arizona has been called to account pound. Jennie Higgins, of Lancaster, Ky. while trying to rob the postoffice. phine have been guests of Dr and Mrs. by the War Department for alleged ' will do the work. For Jailer. N. Mays. It is stated that a mob near Mr. G. A. Swinebroad wants to buv failure to comply with the Dick miliAdams, of Lancaster, Ky. If you want to be elected right, get Jack Fla., shot a negro to death tary. Miss Louise Rice is attending a house DEPENDABLE about 25 shoats that will weigh from David Ross, of Lancaster, Ky. and cut off his ears, as souvenirs. party at the home of Miss Jane Terry CO to 100 pounds. SHAVED RIGHT Police of Cincinnati do not place For Assessor. of Richmond. An unidentified man gave battle to faith in the alleged statement of Simon and you will be right if you go to the INEXPENSIVE D. C. Sanders, of Lancaster, Ky. three policeman in Covington, later Helfenstinc, About 30 or 40 acres of good meadow The Misses Beck of McKinney Ky right shop on Richmond street. at Los Angeles. Cal., that EASY TO USE E. B. Ray, of Lancaster, Ky. dying from the effects of wounds. to be cut on the shares. Apply. T. W. are guests of Misses Docie and Chrishe killed Pearl Bryan. We have a special bookThe Old Reliable Barber. Conn, R. F. D. No. 1 Lancaster Ky. For Coroner. tine Metcalf. A young woman was killed by being let on diseases of PoulMilitant leaders made speeches to a try. Call or write (or one. J. A. Jones, of Lancaster. Ky. pierced by a skyrocket, at Aurora, 111, now will buy more $20 spent with us HENRV DUNCAN mass meeting of gold miners at JohanHerndon and Walker lost a good J. A. Royston, of Lancaster, Ky. following an explosion of fireworks. goods than you can buy elsewhere for nesburg and a resolution was carried work horse Wednesday afternoon.caus-e- d H T. Logan. For Magistrate, District No. 1. $35. REMcROBERTS Three persons were fatally injured in declariag the strike still on. from over heating in the corn field J. H. Dalton, of Lancaster, Ky. Louisville Sunday two in motorcycle Mrs. Ellen Wilson and W O Mays of Two men were fetally injured at on Tuesday. & Son, Lancaster, Ky Davis Sutton, of Lancaster, Ky. collision and one from fall from car. Richmond were here to see their mothLaFollette, Tenn., while trying to take John N. White, of Lancaster, Ky. SALE:-Lat- e cabbage plants 12 er Mrs N. Mays last week. James C. Haugh who built the 28 a prisoner from a policeman. A deputy For S. H. Estes, of Lancaster, Ky. mile across Lake Pontchartrain, was sheriff killed two negroes near the per hundred, come early and get the Mrs S F Hughes and little son have For Magistrate, District No. 2. killed by an automobile in New Orleans. same town while resisting arrest. choice plants. Mrs. Sam Henderson, returned to their home at Lancaster Logan Ison, of Bryantsville, Ky. Lowell, Ky. The "Conscience Fund" contributed a visit to her parents. A stone hurled by the wheels of a after T T. Burdette, of Bryantsville, Ky. to the Federal treasury, shows a deB. W.Morrow, Graduate Optician County Court Days. passing automobile, crushed the skull Glaoes Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Strayed:-Fromy place on Sugar C. C. Beckpr, of Bryantsville, Ky. Mrs W. F. Parks was called to crease of nearly $3,000 the past year. of Alfred Attebury a Louisville grocer Creek pike near Judson a large black last week bv the sudden 1st, Monday. Richmond, For Magistrate, Dis trict No. 3. Frank Bailey, of Atlanta, Ga., a who was seated in front of his store cow, has no horns and is lame in death of her father Mr Foley. Paris, 1st. Monday. J. S. Ham, of McCteary, Kv. vaudeville actor, shot and killed his when struck. He will probably die. seen Wednesday right hip, last Frankfort, 1st Monday. Mrs. Laban Kirk and little daughter Attest J. W. Hamilton, Clerk. wife and committed suicide at Kansas Gen. Armando Riva, Chief of the night June 15th. Finder please give in- of Paintsville are visiting her parents Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. Garrard County Court. City. Cuban National Police, was fatally formation to Mr. Lige Bolton. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McWhorter. Physician and Bandits who robbed the Illinois Central wounded during a pistol fight in HavaStanford, 2nd.Mor.day. The following is a list of the Repub Arnold of Antrain near Tallahetchie. Miss, last na, in which Gov. Ernesto Asbert, of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. To The Fanners Of Kentucky. lican candidates who have filed their LANCASTER, KY. derson Ind are visiting at the home of Petition, with the Clerk of the Garrard week got less than $1,000 so the express Havana province, and a Representative Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. officials state. view of the increasing difficulty Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Ramsey. Senator were involved. and a In Danville, 3rd. Monday. County Court, and their places on the of securing suitable cattle for feeding Three hundred and fifty animals were address of President Edward T. Monday. rhe Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McWhorter of Ballot at the Primary Election to be purposes. It seems that the necessity Office Honrs Office over burned to death in a fire which des Fairchild, who recommended radical Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Denvef Co,o arrfved last Wednesday held on August 2nd. 1913. .m to 11. 1 p.m. to . Stormes" Drag 8tor. is upon us to can a nan. ana consiaer for a visit to his mother Mrs. Nina troyed the stockyards of Boiling and reorganization, and the report of the Mt Sterling. 3rd. Monday. REPUBLICAN BALLOT. the best means of supplying the mar- McWhorter. Powers, at Nashville Tenn. Committee on Health Problems, which Somerset, 3rd. Monday. ket with a grade of cattle that will be For Representative. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. B- The Jones-Worexcise law went charged that more attention was given Dr. Herbert Price and sister Miss profitable to the farmer and desirable Perry Tuggle, of Marksbury, Ky. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. into effect Sunday in Washington, to cattle then children, attracted more spending for the shipper. Under the present Stella of ColTeeville Kan. ardMrs. ElizDENTIST. For County Judge. Winchester, 4th. Monday. which prevents hotels and clubs from than usual interest at the National conditions I think that the use of a several days with their aunt Phone 65. Philip Joseph, of Marksbury, Ky. Education Association at Salt Lake Monticello. 4th. Monday. Lancaster, Ky. serving drinks on that day. pure bred short horn bull upon our abeth Patrick. Versailles, 4 th. Monday. For Sheriff. Senator Simmons of the Finance City. Mrs. Robert Guynn has had for her grade jerseys would in the second genHenry Hurt of Lancaster, Ky. Committee, estimates that five weeks A gunsts Mrs. Hendrix of Kansas City, eration give us good milk cows. will be taken up in debates on the Un For County Clerk. Shelby Renich of steer that would make a good feeder Messrs James and Exit. derwood- - Simmons tariff debate, B. G. Mullins, of Bryantsville, Ky. and profitable to the general farmer, Springhill Kan. Since there are no longer any guns The celebration of Commodore Perry's oa the gun deck or any berths on For Jailer. and with improved methods of feeding Lick, Kentucky. B. H. Halcomb, of Bryantsville, Ky. victory in the battle of Lake Erie, was the berth deck, the naval authorities and special crops for ensilage purposes formally opened at Erie, Pa,, by the have wisely decided to abolish the and the elimination of our exhausting AT LIVINGSTON, KY. For Assessor. names. Chicago Record-Herald- . tobacco crop Kentucky would come to Thomas Chesnut, of Marksbury, Ky. observance of "Peace Sunday." Monday and Tuesday. her own with a better fed, housed and The Government may request Tucson For Magistrate, District, No. 3. educated people. An Old Ftrmer. Ariz, authorities to make an apology to Walter Casey, of Buckeye, Ky. Disagreeable Advice. Are You a Woman the Mexican consul for the desecration Office Hours For Magistrate, District No. 4. "I asked him how he got rich, and he told me, but I shan't follow bis advice." L. W. McQuerry, of Paint Lick, Ky. of the flag over the consulate. LIVE STOCK MARKET. "Why not?" Capt, Templin M. Potts, U. S. N., reAttest J. W. Hamilton, Clerk. M. Demy and Wheeler CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, "I don't like his methods." Garrard County Court. tired, left for Washington with an at"Dishonest?" Hogs July V Sheep Cattle Doctors Of Dental Surgery. torney to contest the action of the CATTLE: Shippers "Not at all. He said be simply saved $T248 0 The following is a list of the Pro- "plucking board" in retiring him. Office: Stormes Building oyei Hurt & Ander7 7S7 bt Butcher steers extra his money Instead of spending it for gressive candidates who have filed their son's Furniture Store. 7 IW7 05 Goodtocbolce Accidental drowning was the Coro- everything he thought he wanted." petition with the Clerk of the Garrard s P0s 50 Common to fair LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Detroit Free Press. 7 CO 7 75 Heifers, extra County Court, and their places on the ner's jury verdict on tee death of E. O. 5 50fl 00 Good to choice Painter, of Jacksonville, Fla., who carballot at tie Primary Election to be In Russia. 4 00 50 Common to fair ried over $1,000,000 life insurance. held on August 2nd 1913. The Woman's Tonic "What Is the matter?" demanded the Everything for Orchard, Lawn and C 10 6 25 Cows, extra 5 f0 6 00 Goodtocbolce H. C. Gifford, of Elizabethtown, Ky. grand duke. Garden. PROGRESSIVE BALLOT. Common to fair .... 4 005 50 "Excellency, your cook demands a developed a case of smallpox at the 3 00 1 00 Canncrs For Representative. vacation." Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Chicago University where he was a 6 Oo7O0 Bulls. balognas "Give her a knoutlng," was the auJ. F. Holtzclaw, of Lancaster, Ky. student, which caused a near panic. 0 35 60 Extra FOR SALE AT ALL DRU661STS tocratic command. Kansas City Jour6 507 00 For County Judge. Tatbnlls F4 Dispatches to Nagales, Ariz, say the nal. 10 00 H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. CALVES: extra J. B. Bourne, of Lancaster, Ky. commander of the Federal gunboat at Talrtogood 7t09.'0 For Sheriff. The Solo. 5 S0 9 00 Common and large Guaymas had espoused the insurgents Lexington, Kentucky. He (during a number) I don't care R. S. Brown, of Lancaster, Ky. HOGS : good packers and butchers V 10 H 15 cause and turned his guns on Ojeda. 1! 9 05 Mixed packers ... much for this solo. She Solo! Can't For County Clerk. Stags 6 00 7 is The will of Sir John Murray Scott, you see that there nre two ladles singI John M. Duncan, ot Lancaster, Ky. C 00 15 8 Common to choice heavy fat sows. ing? He Yes, but one hasn't any giving Lord and Lady Sackville V 25 S5 Light shippers For Jailer. Tor Infants and Children. including some of his art col- voice. Boston Transcript, (110 lbs and less) Figs, S09 25 G. B. Anderson, of Lancaster, Ky. lections, was upheld by a London court. 4 00 BUEEP: extra 4 Si The Kind You Have Always Bought Playing Safe. For Assessor. 4 On 4 25 Good to choice Forty-seve- n Democratic Senators in "I want you to understand my word Common to fair John Green, of Paint Lick, Ky. 25037 Bears the caucus declared their intention to vote Is as good as my bond." LAMBS, extra 8 00 Signature of For Magistrate, District No. 1. Good tocholce 7 50 8 50 for the Underwood-Simmon- s "That's why I'm playing safe and Tariff 5 50 7 25 J. C. Criscillis, of Hiattsville, Ky. Bill. Hitchcock and Culberson were insisting on the cash." Detroit Free Common to fair For Magistrate, District, No. 2. absent. Compounded according to the Original & ExR. M. Moss, of Bryantsville, Ky. Because of the alleged loss of $115,-00- 0 clusive Formulas & Becipes of Charlie White-Moo- n, For Magistrate, District No. 3. of equipment in the last few years, The Cow-ho- y Herbalist, for the treatment Harrison Ray of Buckeye, Ky. the War Department has withdrawn of human, ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. FILL OUT THIS BLANK For Magistrate District, No. 4. Thousands of Testimonials. Federal aid from the National State the and mail or bring it to the Contest Manager, THE CENTRAL Great Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuJ. W. Coldiron, of Spainey, Ky. Guard of Arkansas. WHITE-HOOCHARLIE man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write RECORD, Lancaster, Ky. attfc For Constable, District No. 4. The Cowloj Hetttfist The Commercial Club of Louisville J. H. Campbell, of Cartersville, Ky. has begun a campaign for 10, 000 signers ORIGINATOR Or CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N Nominational Blank, Good For 1,000 Votes. ckctuie uoui Attest J. W. Hamilton, Clerk. to a petition to submit the commission REMEDIES Garrard County Court. plan of County government to the Louisville, Kentucky k SC1EXCE SOPE 3731 West Broadway Bfpnilft voters in November. I nominate M Delightful Lawn Party hhiel otx CARDS 3E i coooooaf e fl. M. BOURNE A. Auctioneer. t-- Dr. Wm. Pryor, LICE. SURE Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Jack-sonsvill- e, CANDIDATES m W. M. ELLIOTT, Surgeon. ks IP. "WAJLTER TREES H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES, Paint ? Shrubs, Asparagus, es Phlox. Etc. L W.t tfJj Rhubarb.Feonies. Ros E55NaiXk23rf! CASTOR A & fefoe Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES B, jBy 3!nbttaiwttB N AtttumtimttftttB Mrs. to Address as a candidate in THE CENTRAL RECORD Great Prize paign. 6 Cam- Constipation many spite of all st - My name is t d Sturgis, a mining town in Union County was swept by fire Sunday night, when the entire business section was destroyed, including two banks. Loss will probably $150,000. According to report of auditors. $4, 200,000 of the $10,000,000 require to build the thoroughfare has already been pledged to the Lincoln Highway Association. coast-to-coast lutgratefc Ask us to show you the VERY latest in size, style and form and lettering at the right price. Address The name and address of people making nominations will not be divulged. Only a limited number of nominations will be accepted. , It is understood that for each candidate nominated only one nomination coupon which entitles the candidate so nominated to 1,000 votes will be accepted by the Contest Manager. remedies I used. At-laI found quick relief and cure in those mild, yet thorough and really wonderful Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Lancaster, Kentucky. DR. KING'S NewLifePills Adolph Schinjeck, Buffalo, N. Y. 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS. THE Give us a Trial. Seated in Central Park and in the sight of hundreds of frolicking chil dren, Miss Rozelia Rhodes swallowed a draught of carbolic aid, from the ef Central Record. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent A- .- ".V V. .