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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 18, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913071801_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 18, 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. fs THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRAC1 AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWKKTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY.. FRIDAY, JULY !8, 1913. PRE-EMPTED NUMBER 15. ?2x&erm32es33s&cs Uncle Sam The Largest Waon Buyer ar.,i r- He Insists on quality. He isnl satisfied with handsome paint and varnish alone. He will have nothing but the fine-- of carefully inspected and tested and tried and proved manufacturing methods. He gets both in A Tntrt. pecial Attention One Thousand pieces of Wthdjhe Wagons That's why he orders StudebaKer wagons in such large quantities. Other governments appreciate StudebaKer wagons. Lord Roberts, after the Boer War. reported StudebaKer wagons better than those of either English or Cape Town manufacture. We sell StudebaKer wagons because they've proved they have more strength end more wear than other maKes. that nflnt going for a k 1 Buggies, Surries, Harness. Uncle Sam: Special Sale on "I'll never own that I once thought of erecting a public building on this spot." Of The Lancaster Wholesale and Retail Hardware. 10, o Dog Days. Don't fail to see Marie De Gafferelly Blackberry season is fast drawing to the leading lady with the Williams Comedy Co. all next week at Ball Park. a close. To The Democrats Magisterial District:- - HASELDEN BROS. iJllFJlIiMljlMMlI!ili lMiMii!MfrHii CENTS. Such bargains were never before in Lancaster, come while they last. Mr. and Mrs E. H. Clark of Lexington who are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Go to the Woman's Fair today and S. J. Bourne, for several weeks, paid tomorrow. this office a pleasent call and renewed The fruit crop in the county is the his. subscription for another year. best in years. If we had all th money which All next week under a big tent the county people will spend patronWilliams Comedy Co. izing neighboring fairs during the we could finance the best Eggs at 8 cents per dozen are lower of all of tlfem right here at home. than ever known in late years in this locality. I Old corn is bringing per barrel. $3.35 to $3.50 I CONN BROTHERS. ! I Live and Let Live Folks. The impression seems to have gone abroad and the report has been circulatOur ice plant has already demonstra- -' ed that I am not a camdate for the ted the fact that it would "fill a long democratic nomination for Magistrate felt want. 'J in the 2st (Lancaster) district. I wish Every available vehicle seemed turn- to state most emphatically that I am ed in the direction of Crab Orchard en still a candidate and expect to remain so until after the counting of the ballots. last Sunday. i Davis Sutton. Fair Hats. j The dry weather materially curtailed the supply of stock water through the country. "Pat" Sutton Still In The Race. !&&&&BXZ I last Greatest Call! White Felt and Ratine Hats at Mrs. The Record Office Surely Misses Him. Kinnaird's Millinery Store, Danville John Tercy Burnside, "Jack", one I Ave. of the most efficient members of the Record force is confined to hi3 room at the home of his father Judge R. A. Burnside in this city this week with illness. It was at first thought that he was suffering with fever, but this we are very glad to know did not prove to be the case, and it is hoped and believed that he will be able to be out in a few days. Tent Show AH Next Week. i Our SALE Closes The Williams Stock Co. will come to the Ball park on Monday next and will be here all next week. They carry one of the best repertoires of any tent show on the road always attract good crowds in Lancaster. The Williams are well known in Lancaster and have been coming here for a number of years, and each one of them is well versed in his especial line. Mr. William Pumphrey of Lancaster is the Advance Agent for the troupe. Julian Anderson Painfully Injured. Saturday, July 19th In order to make the last day the BANNER DAY of our SALE we are going to give the buying public the Bargains Master Julian Anderson, the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Anderson of this place, who is visiting his aunt Mrs. Bowman near Flemingsburg in Lewis county, met with a very painful accident on last Saturday. While in swimming with some companions he cut an ugly gash in his foot which required six stitches to close. He was taken to the home of his aunt, and on Tuesday his parents received a message that he was suffering considerably and advising them to come at once. Mr. Anderson left at once in an automobile via Lexington, and up to the hour of going to press nothing had been heard from him. It is sincerely hoped by everyone in Lancaster that this bright and popular young gentleman lis not in a serious condition and that he will soon be sufficiently improved to return to his home. $300.00 Reward. I will give $300. in rewards for the in the Garrard Circuit Court, of persons guilty of a violation of the Bribery Law (Section 1586 Ky Statutes) at the Primary Elec tion of August 2nd, 1913, as follows: $50. for the first and $25. each for the next four convictions of the bribe takers, and $50. for the first and $25. each for the next four convictions of the bribe givers. The reward to go to the person giving the information to the Grand Jury which finds the indict ment. This proposition is made to prove that I am willing to spend my money to justify the principles for which I am contending. G. B. Swinebroad. Democratic Candidate for County Attorney. ever offered by any Merchant in Lancaster. Don't fail to come with the CASH and we will do the rest arrest, and conviction T. LOGAN LANGASTER, KY. i I do not expect to make money out of the office of Justice of the Peace, if it should be your will to nominate and elect me. A magistrate receives three dollars ($3.00) per day when he attends and serves in the Fiscal Court, and the same price for committee work per day. Thirty days work in one year is all that could be expected by a magistrate for both Court and committee work. An office that pays only Ninety Dollars ($90.00) a year could not greatly interest a candidate whose only purpose was to get the salery. My desire to serve the people in this capacity came only after being solicited by a great many tax payers and business men, who urge that as a member of your Fiscal Court I could be helpful to our County. To all those voters, who wish an economical buisness administration of your fiscal affairs, if you will elect me to this office, I pledge my vote and influence in the Fiscal Court to bring it I consider that the people about. desire from a candidate a more definite statement, however, than that he will simply do right or that he will serve For the people's interest if elected. some times, what one thinks is right while he is a candidate, the people will find his acts after his election not altogether for the public good. I there fore, think it proper to state some of the things I will do, or attempt to do, if elected magistrate in this district:- First: The property of the County is assessed much higher in recent years and the taxes people are required to The pay are becoming burdensome. County levy at present is fifty cents on the one hundred dollars, the limit fixed cents by law. Of this levy twenty-fiv- e on one hundred dollars, the limit of the law, is for road purposes. The other twenty five cents is for general purposes. It is estimated that a levy of fifteen cents for cents instead of twenty-fiv- e general purposes) will meet all the general expenses of the County govermenL If elect magistrate I will, therefore, vote for reducing the levy ten cents on the one hundred dollars and make it forty instead of fifty cents. Second: The salary of the County at One Road Supervisor is fixed Thousand Dollars ($1000,00) per year. The duties of that office are very large. I feel that the salary justifies, and the importance of the office requires the entire time of this officer. If you make me a member of the Fiscal Court I will undertake to see that the County gets the benefit of the services for which it pays. Third: The County has invested a large sum of money in road working machinery, wagon and teams, and same are maintained at a heavy expense to the tax payers, and if I am your magistrate it will be my purpose to see that this machinery and these teams are kept constantly at work during the entire summer season and will oppose the same being kept in idleness during the threshing season, which is considered the very best road building time of the whole year. Fourth; The County ha3 a large sum invested in property used for the purpose of caring for and keeping its Under existing poor and indigent. conditions this investment should not only support the County's poor, but yield a good net income. If your magistrate I shall endeavor to see that this property1 brings the largest profit possible and at the same time properly cares for the. County's helpless and needy. To all those voters who approve of this and similar- - plans of County goverment I appeal for support and ask your assistaece in securing the nomination in the primary on August 2, 1913. Very respectfully, James H. Dalton. -- Over Stocked Now is the time to get Bar gains on Buggies, Harness, Wagons Don't miss this opportunity. It will only last 30 days. W. J. Romans BUSINESS SOLICITED. t YOUR IS Our Goods are First Class Our Prices Reasonable. With prompt and courteous treatment we hope to make you a permanent customer. Davidson & Doty. j& See "The Marble Arch" Friday night Admission, 35 25 and 15 eta. t . . - i Page 2 X. The Central Record, Friday, July 18, 1913. IS WHY NOT TRADE With HURT "The Store Beautiful." and LANCASTER, KY. ts ANDERSON. j "The Bright Spot In Lancaster.' Furniture, Qarpets, Mattings, Rugs, Wall Paper, Pictures, Pianos, Organs. Dick and Jannie Mason the Dancers Everybody Should Attend. unable to see the advantage in having board will collect more than 12 thous- Of three instead of four men in charge of and'dollars from the county tax fund that dance with the Williams Comedy The Union services being held each Co. our affairs and we feel that as the peo in 1913. incorporated. Sunday evening in the Auditorium at The trustees not only select the ple have the right to select the Court $1.00 a year. Herring School Begins Monday. the new school building are being well Issued Weekly. that a man from each of the districts teachers but in addition is largely resThe house is cool and In School will begin at Herring's school attended. could be had fully as competent and ponsible for the success of the school comfortable and everybody should J. E. ROBINSON. EDrroR. for the house on the new Danville pike on next trust worthy as if elected from the in the respective attend. Monday morning July 21st. whole County. However, the enlarged next two years. R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. Only the very best equipped person duties and responsibilities of the Fiscal "Wets" Will Contest. Business Houses To Close. Entered t the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., Court requires that the magistrates be of the district should be selected as Second-Clas- s Mail Matter. as men of more experience and better your trustee. This election is in the This (Friday) afternoon the business The local option election recently Member Kentucky Press Association business qualifications now than ever afternoon of the day of the state wide houses and banks of the city will close held in Jessamine county, taking the before. Tnese complications and bus- primary and if the men are so absorb- in order to give the employees an county as a unit, will be contested. First List Contains Scores of the Most Popular People Living in This and iness responsibilities have grown rap- ed in politics that they can not spare opportunity to attend the Woman's The "wets" who came out second best Eighth District Publishers League. Part Of Kentucky. Over $623 in Prizes, Including a Beautiful In this the time to be out in the idly in the last twenty years. Fair. They will open however as usual in the controversy, have already filed Pony and Outfit, Three Beautiful Diamond Rings, Three 7 JewelCounty in 1893, twenty years ago, the in which trustees are elected, let the on Saturday afternoon. notice of contest, taking as their Lancaster, Ky., July 18, 1913. County levy was fifteen cents on each good women meet at the school houses grounds the constitutionality of the ed Elgin Watches, and Six Other Valuable Prizes, Will Be Given Somewhat Of A Curiosity. one hundred dollars of assessed valu in such districts and vote for and elect county unit law, alleging that the counAway Absolutely FREE Within the Space of a Few Weeks. Rates For Political Announcements ation of property, and the valuation as a suitable person, interested in educaMr. Davis Sutton of McCreary brought ty had no right to control the action of Offices . . .$ 5.00 reported was considerable less than tion with business capacity to properly to town last week a pumpkin which he the town in their desire to have open For Precinct and Citv In 1913 the total expend the fund provided from the raised in his corn field last week and saloons and also alleging some irrgul- four million dollars. Y)r County Offices 15.00 of the Oounty levy is seventy cents on taxes collected. WE will suggest that which he had preserved during the arity in the printing of the ballots. Offices For State and District 10 the assessed valuation and the valu if the men are not there at the school The majority for the "drys" was For Calls, per line winter. The pumpkin was well preserv10 ation is reported is more than six milhouse that a woman may be elected ed and sound and was as fresh as when overwhelming, somewhere between 500 For Cards, per line lions. Of the present County levy, trustee under the law. For all publications in the intertaken from the vine, and looked very and 600, and it seems to us that the however, the Fiscal Court has nothing individuals or expres- est of much as if it would make a toothso me good people of our neighboring county If the Name of Your Favorite Does Not Appear in This Week's Issue or to do with twenty cents on each one gave voice in no uncertain tones as to sion of individual views, per We are endeavoring to increase the pumpkin pie. 10 hundred dollars which is for school purif Your Town or Neighbor is not Represented, Send in Your their desires in this matter, and with line circulation of the Record by means of 05 poses and is under control of the CounPostoffice At Nina To Be Discontinued. out refererence to the merits of the Ohituaries. Der line prizes which will Nominations at once. Printed Matter and Full Instructions ty School Board. Twenty years ago a contest for valuable some of the most opinion that their in by The postoffice at Nina in this county case, we are of the Will Then Be Sent the Prospective Candidate. expended less than be participated desires will be hard to thwart through We are authorized to announce the the Fiscal Court prominent young people in the county. will be discontinued the 31st day of this following candidates for Democratic ten thousand dollars of the people's This is no cheap, catch penny affair, month and the patrons of the office will the courts. Today we publish a partial list of can- tion of getting started. money. In 1913 the Fiscal Court of Nominations. fide contest for valuable be supplied by rural route from Lana didates who have been nominated thus Judge Hughes On A Journey. this county will have between forty but bona HOW TO ENTER. which together with the actual caster, the carrier making For State Senator. far in the Central Record's Great Prize and fifty thousand dollars to expend, prizes, Fill out the nomination blank found Thursconducting the aflair, will trips to that place, on Tuesday, Our esteemed friend Judge M. D. Subscription Campaign. The names of this being the amount of the tax fund cost of elsewhere in this issue with your name close day and Saturday. Mail intended for Hughes leaves this week for an exCHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. , doubtless cost the Record pretty The scores of contestants appear. for County purposes in 1913. The busOf Casey County. to the actual one dollar per year which persons in that locality should be tended trip; he will meet his son Mr. number certainly indicates a remark- or that of a friend and bring or send it iness interests in most Counties of Ky. we receive for the subscription, but addressed to R. F. D. No. 1, Lancaster R. E. Hughes in Louisville and together able interest in what is destined to be to the Contest Manager. You thereby have increased in the same proportion For Representative. we want the subscribers and we offer Ky. with the Mrs. Hughes, both M. D. and one of the most friendly struggles for become a candidate and immediately as this. the very best incentive possible to get rt. E. will go to Seattle Wash, for a a rich reward ever launched in this vi- upon receipt of the nomination blank, JOHN M. FARRA. properly filled out, the necessary matWe feel that the people have not them. Was Well Known Here. visit to their daughter and sister who cinity. J. R. MOUNT. fully realized the increased responsiter and full instructions will be sent reside in that city. Judge Hughes afpardonable pride that We say with Mr. John H. Curry one of the best In this list will be found popular and you. Read the rules and bility of the members of its Fiscal For County Judge. other inforwe are furnishing to the people of known fire insurance men in Central ter a stay of a couple of months will energetic people from all over this secCourt, and have failed to select men county a good, clean readable Kentucky, died suddenly last Saturday return to Lancaster, but Mr. R. E. tion of the state. The names were mation found in the advertisement on Garrard CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. page six. as members of the Court, who are fully paper, and we expect in the future to while sitting in his automobile in front Hughes and wife and child, before sent in in many cases by people who JAMES A. BEAZLEY. competent to handle so intricate and DIVIDED INTO DISTRICTS. than we have in the of Dr. Wiley's, office in Lexington, again seeing Kentucky soil will visit expect their friends to get busy and do even better complicated business as is now required For Sheriff. past; and to continue our efforts for where he had gone to take his wife for China, Japan, the Philippines, will win one of the valuable prizes. It is The territory of the contest is dividin the various Counties of Kentucky, improvement until we make the Re- treatment. The cause of his death was drop off at Guam for a visit with Mrs. an indication of the confidence some ed into three districts and there will be C. A. ROBINSON. and by reason thereof the tax fund Hughes brother, Lieut John Paul Mil- friend has in that candidate's ability to at least four cord second to no county newspaper in heart disease. prizes awarded to each ASHBY ARNOLD. collected from the people has been in of Kentucky. It will take frequently on ler, who is stationed there and will win. It is a gague of capibility and district Contestants Mr. Curry visited here the state need compete many instances wasted in your hearty co.operation to enable us business and had many warm friends visit many other places of interest. inferentially a nice little compliment. only against those in their own disFor County Attorney. "Rob" Hughes since leaving Lancasto do this, and it is that here. He was originally from Harrods- trict for any of the district prizes. MANY NEW NAMES MAY COME. The remedy as we see it in Counties which we are seeking through this burg, but for many years has made his ter many years ago, has labored long G. B. SWINEBROAD. The handsome pony and cart will be with' conditions similar to this, is not contest We expect to be within a home in Lexington. He was a distant and faithfully, and his efforts have It is the experience of the contest GREEN CLAY WALKER. to undertake to abolish the Fiscal short time better equipped than ever relative of Mr. Theo. Curry of this met with splendid success and he has manager that a great many nomina- awarded to the contestant who secures to the most votes in the entire contest. For Jailer. Court but for the tax payers to awaken before to get out a good paper, to have place. richly earned the recreation and in- tions come in after the first list i3 pub Under this most liberal arrangementof to the necessity of having capable and more and better facilities at our disposteresting trip which he is now giving lished, it gives the people the oppor prizes and districts, JACK ADAMS. the prizes will be worthy men as your magistrates al with which to accomplish our purtrust A Welcome Visitor. himself and family. tunity to looK over the list of names very easy to win. DAVE ROSS. and to see tnat such men are nominated pose, new and more modern machinery and see if their friends have been enWalter McWhorter and his attractive GET A GOOD START. at the primary on August 2nd and and larger and more commodious quar"Watch Us Grow" tered. So for that reason many new For Assessor. bride of Denver Colo, are on a visit to elected in November. names will appear in each district for tend his mother Mrs. Vina McWhorter of ters, and many other things which In order to help the contestants get Lancaster is enjoying an unpreced- some time to come. DAVE C. SANDERS. to improve our paper. The Record Paint Lick. Walter left Paint Lick ented period of prosperity, a good start in the great race, we are E. B. RAY. if the amshould go into every home in the coun soon after the death of his father C. ount of work going forward in the today putting on the Great "Oppor MAY ENTEK ANY TIME. Election Of School Trustee. ty, and we expect to spare no effort to C. McWhorter when he was a boy and community may be taken es Don't get the impression that by the tunity Offer of the contest. Double an indicaFor School Sunenntendant. put it there. We have made every ef went to Denver seeking relief from a tion. There is more building the usual number of votes will be given In one half of the school going publication of the names the nominaMISS JENNIE HIGGINS. in every county in the state at the fort to make the Record a welcome most desperate case of Asthma of which forward than was ever known here be- tions are closed. Candidates may, and on both old and new subscriptions turnrespective school houses between the visitor to the people of the county, we he was soon relieved. Walter's open, fore. Much work is being done by the will enter the race for many days to ed in before July 31st. Prospective Magistrate. hours of one and five oclock p. m. on have always and now stand for the ad- manly,honest disposition and his heroic municipality in the matter of improv-th- e come and some of the ultimate winners candidates should start at once and get For Saturday August 2nd. an election will vancement of Garrard county and the energy soon won for him a position water plant and the streets, the may not enter for a week or ten days their friends pledged to their support 1st District. be held by the voters to select a trus- interest of her people, and in an im- amomr the business people of Denver railroad has also caught the spirit of yet Friends of prospective candidates in this great race. The hardest part JOHN N. WHITE. tee for the district who serves for two partial and fair way we have done and he has made good, now being the improvement and are seeking to beauti- will have the privilege of sending in of such a race as this is to get started, SHIPTONH. ESTES. years, in most cases interest has been everything within our power to advance proud possesser of 27000 shares in one fy their premises and have them in nominations throughout the life of the bnt after you do make a start and DAVIS SUTTON. heretofore taken in the election of a these interests. While the policy of of Denvers greatest enterprises. A few keeping with their surroundings, and contest If the name of your favorite your friends become interested in your JAMES H. DALTON. trustee only when persons had a friend the paper is democratic, we are care- years ago he married a fine christian the citizens of the community seem to does not appear in the list published race, yon will be surprised to find how 2nd District or kinsman whom they desired to give ful of those who are not in accord with young lady, and they are now enjoying be conducting a friendly rivalry in their today, send in the name and address easy it is to secure vote3 and subscriptions. Don't put the matter off any a job and get the public money, with these policies, and at no time may their first visit to their devoted mother efforts to make their premises more without delay. CHARLES C. BECKER. little thought of the education of the there be found in the columns of the and relatives. TAYLOR T. BURDETT. There are many people living in this longer but take the first step by sendpresentable. ing in your nomination. The contest Record anything to offend anyone, re children of the district LOGAN ISON. With no unusual incentive, we can section of the state who would gladly I The Wheat Crop. manager will then send you printed But the people are now investing gardless of their political affiliations, but asenbe this improvement to our enter such a competition if they only large sums of money in the form of Our sole aim and purpose is to make in recent years splendid school system and the expecta- knew about it in time. Although we matter and full instructions for startGarrard county people We are authorized to announce the taxes collected in school matters and the Central Record a newspaper for have turned from the raising of wheat tion that with our handsome new school have sent out thousands of sample ing your campaign. following candidates for city offices. county. The rule whereby each candidate is the local trustee has something to do ALL the people of Garrard and given their time end attention to building completed and ready for oc- copies the past week, it is impossible BAI.-LOT- S For Police Judge. indirectly with the amount of the tax other crops" It "froze out", winter cupancy, we may expect even better to give the contest wide enough publi- allowed THREE EXTRA VOTE OF 25,000 VOTES EACH on the fly, rust and various other educational facilities than we have city so that everyone will hear about it collected and the place and manner of Labor troubles are multiplying, and killed, the E. W. HARRIS. its expenditure. The people will we strikes seem to be more numerous than causes made it such an uncertain crop heretofore enjoyed. Another attrac- the first two or three weeks. So we first three subscriptions which they J. P. PRATHER, think, or at least ought to, take some ever before in the world's history. that they practically abandoned it, at tion is the healthful condition of the will consider it a favor if our subscri- turn in. has been extended until July 31st- - Prospective candidates should interest in who will be elected as trus- The great toal strike in West Virginia least upon a large scale. However the community; we have in the last few bers and friends all over this territory in of the at this election. in the Cabin Creek locality is still on; present crop has brought forcibly to years had a remarkably small amount will help us by nominating popular peo- send g- -t three subscriptions at once and tees thus The Fiscal.CourL 75.CW EXTRA VOTES FREE. In order to create an interest in all 'the street car strike in Cincinnati their attention the fact that Garrard of sickness, no epidemics worth men ple from their vicinity. Just pick out Don't fail to take advantage of the forms of school matters the last Gen- was closely followed by the ice strike, county can grow wheat under favor- tioning; true we have whooping cough, several popular people from your The press over the State and especiopportunity to secure these extra votes ally of the City of Louisville are mak- eral Assembly extended to women the and now close upon their heels come able circumstances and conditions. measles and other childish ailments neighborhood whom you think would for it will gh e you a good start in this right not only to votein these elections strikes closer to home and which are The acreage in the county this year is which are to be found in all localities, like to win a prize and send in the great ing continuous attack upon the Fiscal race. Court system of County government for trustees but to serve as the trust- having their effect upon people in this exceedingly small, under the average and are peculiar to none, but we are nominations. If you have not enough WHO MAY ENTER. blanks, and qualIt is demanded that the Court be abol- ee if she aspired to the office and could locality. The strike of the Lexington of other years, but the yield reporting remarkably free from typhoid and other nomination addressessimply wriU their Any white person of good Farmers-ar- e names and plainly on a piece character, like diseases. For a community which ished and instead there be substituted be elected. . In many places 'we note street car men, which occurred last ity is splendid. the Commission form of County gov- that women are candidates for trustees Friday resulted in a complete tie up of from 15 to 35 bushels to the acre and depends solely upon agricultural pur- of paper, signing your name at the residing in this section of Kentucky, is ernment There is no doubt that the and will doubtless be elected to the the entire Lexington street car system, the former is an exception not the rule, suits for its livelihood, this presents a bottomland mail to tho Contest maim-ge- r, eligible to enter. It does not cost anycare Record Lancaster Ky. The thing to enter or try for the prizes. And and we believe the average will reach remarkably thrifty appearance, and people have a just cause of complaint office in some districts. No harm can and also the interurban service. wo20 and 25 bushels to the acre. the stranger who visits our town is at names of those making nominations The nomination blank counts 1,000 to cap the climax we are threatened between against the .former and present man- can be predicted by having some agement of County affairs in many men upon the school boards. with an imense railroad strike which if The cereal is weighing from 59 to 63 once impressed with the air of thrift will not be divulged or published under votes for the candidate so nominated. places and that the press is expressing it actually occurs will effect 42 trunk pounds and the grain is plnmp and dry which pervades it Our one crying any circumstances and it may bring The prizes will be given to those seThe trustees of the the true sentiment of the people in the elect on August 2nd select the County lines and 80,000 men; so gigantic are and the millers say is grindingequal to, need is industries of some description, some person tho prize they have long curing the most votes and votes may be clipped from the paper or secured Howfactories of some kind, that would fur- desired. complaints registered. Board of education, which in this coun- the proportions of the threatened strike if not better than old wheat With this list of names published on subscriptions. The ballots which ty consists of four members, one from that it has given rise to uneasiness in ever, farmers who in former years nish both a maiket for our products In this County we have four justices appear in each issue of of the peace, who constitute our Fiscal each of the four districts of the county Washington, and every effort will be were accustomed to raising large whent and employment for our people and today, Indicating the class of popular good for 100 votes each, the Record are if voted beCounty Judge -- as .the with the county Superintendent aB the made to bring about an amicable crops, will think twice Lefore going would at the same time attract out people to whom the great prize comCourt with the chairman. This Board has adjustment of the differences between back to it on an extensive scale, as siders to come to us. A few good in- petition has appealed, there is no rea- fore date of expiration printed on 'the A Commission govpresiding officer. coupon. The It the railroads and their employers, lest they figure tiat this splendid crop dustries would work wonders in Lan- son why any popular and energetic per- subscriptions vote ballots issued on ernment would place the affairs and some considerable responsibility. according to the length should it occur mignt result r"ulJ not be counted upon to repeat it- caster, jvould increase our population son should hesitato to enter the conbusiness in the hands of 'three men has the'power to levy and collect a' the strike, selected from the County at large in- school tax to support and conduct the in depression to business all over the self, and tin y refer to raise some- and soon place us well up on the list of test. Tho race is open to all. The of the subscriptions as shown else progressive Kentucky towns. prizes are here. It is simply a ques (Continued on page G. thing a little more certain. We are schools of the the county. Our present country. stead of from four districts. TheCentral Record Partial List Nominations The Central Record's Great Prize Subscription Campaign ts 10-0- 0 Send In Nomination At Any Time. ts -- sub-distri- ct ui ts io V &u te , .?g-- . .9i . fc The Central Record, Friday, July 18, 1913, Page 3: The Great Remodeling Sale In Full Swing. . Everything In Furniture Rugs, Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper and Art (Goods Marked at Radical Reductions Nothing Has Been Reserved. " Good Mattresses. Good grade Felt Mattress. This felt mattress is made of seven separate layers of cotton felt. These layers are pressed down and the tick is put on them. This mattress is therefore built not merely stuffed. These mattresses come in full sizes and weigh 45 pounds and are unconditionally guaranteed not to mat, pack or get lumpy. Attractively covered with satin stripe ticking. Very special Remodeling Sale. Price $7.65 Bed Springs. There are Two Reasons why this Remodeling Sale, which is now in full swing, promises to be the greatest Furniture Merchandising Event Lexington and the whole Blue Grass have ever seen. In the first place, we are planning to renovate and redecorate the entire interior of our store this Summer, and in order to do so with the least inconvenience we want to have our floor as clear of furniture as possible. In the second place our Fall shipment will soon commence to come in and we need space for them. So we have decided to merge our regular Summer Clearance Sale which usually ccmes in August into one stupendous Remodeling Sale in which we have slashed prices as never before. If you expect to buy any Furniture within the next year, by all means do not miss this unusual opportunity. We shall be glad to for this unparalled store free of charge all goods bought during this sale until you are ready for them. Our entire stock has been event. Remember, this space does not contain a thousandth part of our enormous stock. We have taken just a few items at random to give you an idea of the big reductions. For Bed Room. Special Remodeling Sale Prices on our entire line of high grade Bedroom Furniture, consisting of bedsteads,dressers, dressing tables, chiffoniers, chifforobes and wash stands in all demandable wood finishes. Oak Seats. Just a few of these Settees left. Seats Worth considerably more than our Special Remodeling Sale Price of 6oC. $6.00 Hammocks, Remodeling Sale Price $4.50 Hammocks. Remodeling Sale Price all screwed to post, not nailed. Special Attention Given To The Prompt Filling Of Mail Orders. Mission Tabourette. Solid Oak in golden, fumed or Our stock of high grade Bed Springs is very complete, every one of which now goes into the great Remodeling Sale at substantia reductions in price. Our special spring is made of all metal, and equipped with our special National Fabric, warranted not to sag. Springswe sell regularly for $5.00 Rep3.95 modeling Sale Price Wall Papers Greatly Reduced This is sure to prove the most interesting Wall Paper sale of the season. These are not cheap wall papers bought just to have a sale with. Some of our handsomest paper are here represented and have been reduced to below wholesale cost. These are positively the best wall paper values we have ever offered. Here are a few taken at random: Wall Papers, border and ceiling to match, 5c and 7 2 values. Special Remodeling Sale Price 3cts. Wall papers vou have been paying from 25c to 1.00 for. Special Remodeling Sale Price per roll 5cts. 7 and 8 side, C ceiling, 2 2 border. Remodeling Sale Price 75c 10 and 11 sides, 8 ceiling, 3 border. Remodeling Sale Price. $1.25. 15 and 1G side, 8 ceiling. 3 border. Remodeling Sale Price.$1.75cts. Iron Beds Iron Beds, full size, angle iron head and foot. Vernis Martin finish. Special Remodeling Sale Price while they $4.90 $3.60 Early English finish. Special Sale Value at 35cts. Brass Beds h For Dining Room. Special Remodeling Sale Prices on our entire line of handsome Dining room Furniture, consisting of buffets, dining tables, china cabinets, serving tables and chairs in all desirable finishes. Handsome Tuna Mahogany Bed Room Suite, three pieces, bedstead, dresser Remodeling Sale and washstand. Price last Two-inc- h China Cabinets. Solid Quarter Oak China Cabinet, bent glass door and sides; five shelves, well made and nicely finished. Special Remodeling Sale Price Two-incContinuous Post Brass Bed, with five eight-inc- h bottom rod. This handsome Brass Bed comes with a bright or satin finish, guaranteed Lacquer, full and three-fourt- h sizes, and is an extra large ned to sell at regular price of $16.50. Remodeling Sale continuous post Iron Bed, with five fillers, fitted with base rolling brass casters. Choice of white enamel or Vernis Martin finish, either full or three quarter size. A big remodeling Sale Special at Two-inc- h continuous post Iron Bed, with five seven-eighfillers. May be had in either white enamel or Vernis Martin finish, and in full or three quarter size. A Special Sale Value ts $1.65 $4.85 $44. Chairs At Low $13.45 Collapsible Go-Car- ts. Rubber Tires, good springs, light weight, easy running. Worth considerably more than our Special Remodeling Srle Price Price Another splendid bed is a two-inccontinuous post Brass Bed, five one-hainch fillers, full size in bright satin or circle satin finish, guaranteed Lacquer. h lf $12.85 Dining Golden Prices. Oak, full quartered Dining Chairs, box seat, covered with genuine Spanish leather. Special Remodeling Sale Price Golden Oak Dining Chairs, box seats, Special covered with black leather. at $6.85 Fine Carpets. Remodeling Sale Price $16.80 Remodeling Sale Of Crex Rugs Crex Rugs, 18x36, plain borders Remodeling Sale Price Crex Rugs, Grecian Borders Remodeling Sale Price 7 Crex Rugs, 3x6, plain borders Remodeling Sale Price Crex Rugs, 6x9, Grecian borders Remodeling Sale Price Crex Rugs, 6x9, plain borders. Remodeling Sale Price $3.85 Porch Swings. one-inc- $2.95. Solid Oak Porch Swing, full four feet long, comfortably shaped seat Choice of fumed or Early English finish. A regular 3.75 value. Complete with Then we have an excellent Colonial Brass Bed bright or satin finish, with two-inc- h posts and top rods, and six h fillers, that would be considered cheap at $22.50. Remodeling Sale Price 30 35 Cents. CentS. Brussels Hall and Stair Carpets, two tone, green and red. Regularly sells for 75c per yarj. Remodeling Sale Price re $2.65 50 CtS 65cts Remodeling Sale Price $17.65 Maple Settee seat and back. $1.00 $4.00 $3.50 Tapestry Brussels Carpets. A good assortment of desirable colors and designs. $1.00 values. Remodeling Sale Price Good quality Tapestry Brussels Carpet border to match. with Regularly 90c per yard. Remodeling five-eight- $2.45 Lawn Swing $4.65 Patented suspension With child can operate without effort. feature; Don't chains and hooks. Sale Price Special Remodeling $2.95 Frame finished either natural or green. Regular $5 Special Remodeling Sale value. Woven confuse it, because of the remarkably low price with the many inferior derrick Special swings now on the market. Remodeling Sale Price Price $3.95 Sale Price 60 CtS $4.65 Card Tables. We have a large number of these popular Card Tables in stock. They come in green Wtherette top, are well put together, fold and unfold easily and will give good long service. Special Remodeling Sale Price C. 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 KY. F. Brower PAINT LICK. 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1.000 1,000 1,000 &, INCORPORATED. Company Lexington, Kentucky. Art Studio. Our entire line of beautiful Paintings, pictures and art novelties goes into the Remodeling Sale at great reductions. Special line of frame etchings. Regular $2.50 value. Remodeling Sale Price $1.95 Main and Broadway. $1.40 CONTEST, Mr Continued from page " Jess Weaver " Bennie Rankin " Thomas Bell Rankin HEDGEVILL, KY. f Timothy Givens Mrs. Ed Anderson Mr Jack Perkins 6. "James Herron " Tom Bronaugh 1,000 PREACHERSVILLE, 1,000 1,000 Miss Martha Blankenship 1,000 " Dora Blankenship Miss Flora McBeth " Virgie Spoonamore Lucy Spoonamore WAYNESBURG, KY. " Gertrude Adams 1,000 " Jean McKecknie 1,000 1,000 Mr Rodney Nailor " Carrie Nailer " Irvine Blankenship Miss Zora Baugh " " " " ' Minnie Young Fannie Young Lillie Warfield X Warfield Lucinda Lutes CRAB ORCHARD. KY. 1,000 Hear Saxton and Trost 1,000 1,000 Auditorium Friday night. 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1.000 1,000 1,000 at the College Livingston. Mrs. Burdette Ramsey entertained West of your city are the guests of neighbor hood. at a picnic at Dripping Springs one day Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon. Mrs. James Reid and son of New last week in honor of her guests Mr. Miss Mattie McClary who has been York arrived Monday to be guests of Prof. W. L. Waterbury left Sunday and Mrs. Herman Arnold of Anderson, teaching school at Pittsburg Pa. is here Mrs. Reid's mother Mrs. White and for his home at Ontaria Canada. Ind., and Mrs. Henry Arnold of Hill with friends and relatives sister Mrs. Sam Costello. Miss Hazel Patrick left last Tuesday Springs Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Shanks of Miss Claudia Eaton and her patrol of .i for an extended visit to relatives at Columbus Ga. arrived this week to be "Camp fire Girls" have returned from Paintsville, Ky. STANFORD. the guest of relatives here. a two weeks camp on the farm of Mr. Miss Viola Preston of Louisville, is Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Adams of Huston-vill- e W. P. Grimes near Preachersville. Mr. Sam Lackey of Harrodsburgwas expected this week for a visit to Mrs. spent Thursday with Mr. Adam's Hustonville Lodge ffo. 184 F. and A. n the city Monday. Burdette Ramsey. mother Mrs. M. J. Adams. M. had as their guest the Hon. Joe H. Mr. G. G. Beazley of Danville was Mr. Conn Asher resumed his duty as Mrs. Lucy Millpr Givens Bartlev has Ewald, the Grand Master of Kentucky, mail carrier Tuesday morning after a with his old friends here Monday. returned from a five months visit to on Thursday evening July 10th. Quite visit to his sister Mrs. H. L. Davis at Mr. E. C. Walton, editor of the friends and relatives in Indiana. a number of the Stanford "goat riders" "Richmond Climax" was here Monday Misses Stella and Loula McWhorter Mrs. L. B. Cook and daughter Miss left Tuesday for a visit to Mrs. O. L. Mary Shephard are visiting relatives at Crawford and Mrs. John T. Hindman Monticello. at Jackson Ky. Miss Elizabeth Adams of Greenville Mr. Rennick of Kansas City Mo., Texas is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry has returned to his home after a visit Frye at Hubble. to his sisters Mrs. Robert Guyn and Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hampton --ot Miss Margaret Rennick. Lebanon Junction, spent several days Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Renaker, Mr. H. here last week. Mrs. A. W. Walker and children of E. Rucker and two little sons visited Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Rucker last week Danville spent last Thursday with Mrs. N. H. Proctor. on their way to Orlando, Fla. Miss Mary Elizabeth McKinney has Mrs. Wm. Fitzpatrick lett Monday, accompanied by her neice Miss Harriet returned from a visit to the Misses Mason for a visit to her daughter Mrs, Jones at St Louis. Mrs. Ethel Darnell and Miss Bettie Lewis Guynn of Pynerlask Canada. Mrs. J. P. McKerwn and sister, Miss Prille Newbern were with their grandmother, Mrs. M. J. Adams Sunday. Miss Mary McRoberts Bruce left Tuesday morning for a protracted visit to Virginia and other points in the East. Miss Comie Penny has returned to her home in Danville after a pleasant Mrs. Mary visit with her grand-mothPenny. Miss Josephine Praetor returned from Danville where she spent two weeks. Miss Buella May Walker returned with her for a visit. Miss Amanda Goggin has returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fox at their new home in the Goshen er News Of The Churches. Preaching at the Methodist church in Lancaster Sunday morning. PARISIAN SAGE FOR THE HAIR Miss Goody Red " " " " Clara Collier Annie Middleton Annie Bronaugh Katharine Bronaugh " Pearl Collier " Birdie Perkins ' Shirley Gover " Jewel Goodwin " Ila Newland " Ida Lee Campbell " Katie Middleton matted colorless scraggy fluffy soft abundant and radiant with life at once. Use Parisian Sage. It comes in 50c. bottles. The first application removes dandruff, Etops itching scalp, cleanses the hair, takes away the dryness and brittjeness, increases the beauty of the hair, making it wavy and lustrous. Everyone needs Parisian Sage.) R. E. McRoberts & Son. Unsightly hair made The Lord gave us a real good meeting with Rev. J. W. Harris. Vanceburg Ky. Several profession of conversion and sanctification, the church greatly benefitted. One old man 7C yrs old. was powerattended the banquet. fully saved: how his face did shine Messrs S. W. Menefee of New York when he arose from the alter, having City, J. T. Menefee of Knoxville Tenn. prayed through. and GeorgeG. Menefee of Birmingham One lady from Washington D. C. Ala. are with their parents Mr. and who was visiting Vanceburg was saved Mrs. J. M. Menefee this week. George and sanctified. Also one from Oklahoma Menefee drove through from Birminggloriously saved who is now The City was ham in his Overland runabout. President of the Woman's Missionary made in less than four days. trip was Society of a church with a membership of one thouiand. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of CASTOR I A OLrfi g So many people in our churches to day seem to be strangers to real heart felt religion having never been convert ed. Oh for an old time revival, when men and women will weep their way to the cross, and to God. S. H. Pollitt. EVERYBODY' IS GOING TO THE SIX BIG Days and Nights, Commencing BLUE GRASS FAIR AUGUST ELEVENTH mSSSiXna 6 Big Saddle Horse Stakes, High Class Vaudeville. Every Turn a Headliner. MONDAY, Running and Harness Races Daily. America's Greatest Horse Show. Liberatis Goncert Band and Grand Opera Company. Splendid Display of Every Class of Live Stock. FREE ACTS DAILY. Everybody from everywhere. You may see all the rest. Hike to the Blue Grass Fair but come to Lexington to get th'e best. Reduced Rates on all Roads. For Catalog or Further Information Addres? v JOHN W. BAIN, Sec, Lexington, Ky. i T-n- :1 t- " "1" V""-. "v V TTJH - Rage 4 The Central Record, Friday, July 18, 1913. Wednesday, Thursday, C"fc 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 The Music Will be a Big Feature. riday Most Attractive Grounds in Kentucky. Miss Charlotte Brand. a Noted Vocal Soloist will render a Special Program Each Day. Merry-Go-Rou- nd For Children, and Clean, Meal Side Shows For Everybody. Three Big Saddle Colt Futurity Stakes. Wait For The Biggest And Department. Best Fair to be Held in Ky. Big Premiums For Stock of all kinds. For Futher Information Address H. C. BRIGHT, Secretary, Danville, Kentucky. Unsightly Face Spots. Bigger And Better Poultry (He raj r (IJajlMJl!MM:MX0MlhlMlMls j UNION. Miss Bettie Miller visited Miss Myrtle The King Of All Laxatires. If To My Friends IN Garrard County. I am back home again for a while, after a seven months tour through the South dies. great advertising My and a selling my Indian trip success, Reme- 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 it. Mr. Alleman, of Littletown, Pa., says: "Had eczema on forehead; Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment cured it in two weeks" Guaranteed to relieve or money refund-- , ed. All druggists, or by mail Price 50c. PfeifTer Chemical Co., Philadephia and St. Louis. was selling m advertising and getting 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, The North Western Cow Boy. DAKOTA JACK, more medicine,doing more Parson, Sunday. Mrs. Brummett of Lancaster visite 1 Mrs. Fate Chadwell one day last week. Rev. John Debard of Crab Orchard preached at Good Hope Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Willie McQuerry of Cartersville visited his aunt Mrs. Geo. Beazley Sunday. Mrs. A. J. Hammock of Cartersville visitpd her aunt Mrs. S. E. Hammack last week. Misses Bettie and Oplia Pee! of Paint Lick are visiting Miss Lillie Ecazley this week. Mr. and Mrs. Pres. Baker of Carters-vill- s PltE.YCHKIlNVlLLK. visited their daughter Mrs. L'zzie Mr. F. F. Cummins has returned to Payne Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cross of Texas are Kissimmee, Fla. Ham-mac- k Mrs. H. F. Cummins is slightly im- visiting her mother Mrs. Mary this week. proved at this writing. Mrs. Fado Parks of Preachersville Services at the Baptist church Sunvisited her mother Mrs. J. D. Ross day the 20th by Rev. English. Sunday and attended church at Good Mr. and Mrs. James Miller and fam- Hope. ily visited Mr. and Mrs Wm. For Cuts, Burns And Bruises. 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. DAIiN MOWER. - IC ln 1 .. rS "t iffci KUCKKYK. Mr. A. C. Miles was in Nicholasville Friday. Mrs. Houston of Paris is the guest of Mrs. J. S. Gilbert. Miss Stella Ray entertained a number of her friend3 at dinner Sunday. Miss Whittaker of Madison hits been the guest of Miss Barbara Gulley. Mr. and Mrs. Owen East have returned from a visit to friends in Indiana. The uew church at Guns Chapel will be dedicated the first Sunday in August. Miss Mamye Crutchfield of Nicholasville is visiting her aunt Mrs. Hiram Ray. Misses Emma and Bessie Sanders visited friends here the first of the week. Miss Amelia Chaplive has returned to her home in Harrodsburg after a visit to Miss Agnes Miles. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Broadus and little daughter were in Madison Sunday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Hendren. Public Sale Of Land. h4M a ,U'. ?JT. :jwH&K a rrf jb. 'Ts4 owe.. uW1)3l 4 fTPTPWWfV-war1: Your account is due. We need the money. Please settle now. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. LT jL" Lancaster, Ky. making my name famous all Indian Herbs over the United States, for Blood, Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver Stomach, nervous and female troubles. A 45 days treatment 51.00. 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 HlI7QM:I)fMrBifrgJl'i WMBiM&WB' UliUJilMtUii What could be better for town or country that won't bum won t leak as the building itself, and never needs repairs? Cortright Metal Shingles meet every one of these requirements. Beware of imitations None genuine without the words " Cortright Reg. U. S. Pat. Off." stamped on each shingle. buildings than a roofing that is lightning proof lasts as long For Sale by Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Stree Philadelphia, Pa. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, July 20th, 1913. $.50 Trip Round lllii!5(lf)wiiilr SPECIAL TRAIN .so l Trip Round Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. Rev, J. E. Roberts preached at the Methodist church Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pettus, of Springfield, were guests of Mrs. Rebecca Pettus and family. Mrs Ona Naylor visited her son. Wm. Naylor, near Stanford. Master Mack Adams returned home with her. A copperhead snake is said to have been killed in the yard at the home of Jesse Anderson, colored, near Payne's shop. Mrs, A. J. Thompson and daughter, Miss Ella, of near Danville were guests of Mrs. Rebecca Pettus and Mr. Geo. B. Sutton. Messrs Todd and Rigsby sold their crop of wheat of 1000 bushels to the firm of S. L. Cummins and Co, Crab Orchard at 90c. The cause of education received a knock-ou- t blow at this place for all time to come, Saturday last. The proposition to levy a 25c tax to extend the school term to nine months would have carried had the entire vote been polled but a seemingly lack of interest on the part of those favoring the proposition, at the pinch of the the game, lost the goal. There were 16 majority against the measure. Some 20 odd ladies voted and in every instance voted as their husbands, while landlords and tenants were also of one mind concerning the matter. Other far less favored communities than ours enjoy a nine months school and count the cost as trifling, having opened their eyes to the fact that ignorance is expensive. We are glad to say that there are no sore spots on the losing side and with all equanimity are willing to share our "half loaf" which is better than no bread, sayj the old proverb. But as an individual, who in such instances is free to express the opinion that not many years shall elapse before the present winning majority will see a serious mistake has been made. The Children's Day exercises at the Baptist church last Sunday were well attended. The program "which was a lengthy one, was well selected and ren dered in creditable manner. The ex ercises reflect much credit on both teachers and pupils of the Baptist Sunday School. 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 2oc. Recommended by R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1C 3CZZ3C 3C 3C Have You Visited The MAUKSMJI!!'. Mr. Roger A'dridge of Texas is visiting his brother Mr Joe Aldridge. Mrs. Fannie Pollard was hostess at dinner to a number of friends Tuesday. The politicians with their set smile and "friendly" handshake are quite busy here now. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Sutton went to Burgin Sunday to visit Mr Victor Rice and family. Mr T. D. Chesnut while delivering a bunch of 10 fat hogs, 7 of them became over heated and died. The supper to be given by the Ladies Working Society on the evening of July 18 has been called olf. .Mrs. Simeon Cook and two daughters Misses Sara and Annie Steele Cook of Lexington are guests Misses Elizabeth and Lula Simpson. Mrs. Ben Hughes and Delia Rice Hughes oi Lancaster is spending sev eral days this week with her mother Mrs. Margaret Sutton. Rev. Mahan has accepted an engagement with a church in Harlan county to hold a protracted meeting. He leaves this week to be gone several days. Mr. J. B. Kemper lost a summer lap robe between his home and Mr John Sutton's place several days ago. It will be a favor if the finder will return it to the owner. ON SATURDAY JULY 26 1913 2 o'clock P. M. as executor of the will of W. P. Giiffith, I will offer for at (in I sale to the highest bidder the farm belonging to this estate known a3 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 J as. 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, I j n !! ' j TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE Parlors at the ICE PLANT ???? 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Give us a chance to explain it to yon. W. P. Kincaid, Phone 199. Stanford, Kentucky. rj X -- ? -- xi The. Central Record, Friday, July 18, 1913.' lj&j&)&M&mi&jk id a 8 IRS a?! tf O ID asre 5 TO 0NIOOOXOOOOOOOO0O0 X MILLERSBURG FEMALE KY. COLLEGE MILLERSBURG, THE An Attractive Home School For Girls. I Sweltering Public Can get relief at tine FAMOUS X Grab Orchard Springs X PLEASURE, HEALTH and REST RESORT. g h ,. X RATES$8. $10. and $12. a week X t X Pupils are surrounded with an atmosphere of culture, wholesome fellowship and safe religious envirn-men- t. New buildings combining all modem conveniences. Health record unsurpassed. Academic and College Entrance Courses. Music Department under skilled artists trained in Germany. Lecture and Concert Course. Domestic Science. The growing popularity of the school is evidenced by the fact that a number of pupils were turned away last session for the lack of room to accommodate them. Expenses for board, tuition, etc. lower than other schools of like grade. Send for?catalog and engage a room early. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. Millersburc. Kv. Notice. To the Honorable Judge of the Garrard County Court and J. E. Robinson County Atty for Garrard County you are here by notified that I Ozz Anderson will on the FirstTuesday in August 1913 make application for a parole before the Board of Prison Commissioners for the State of Kentucky for a parole. Ozz Anderson. By R. II. Tomlinsom, Atty. This July 8 1913. Fine Lumber For Sale. We have 200,000 feet of Georgia pine yet unsold can saw any length to suit purchaser. For house or Commissioner's Sale Of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Colby M. barn. Hughes Bros., Plaintiffs, Jenkins' Administrator etal. Lancaster, Ky. The Truant Law. C Jno, S. Robinson, Pres. J. B. Willis, Secty-Trea- s. ? S0000000 ooioooo: GOD'S MEDICINES The Ccy-ho- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. AB, the Great SCIENCE SOPE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write COM-CEL-- Commissioner's Sale Of Land. GAUKARD CIRCUIT COURT. according: to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-Koo- n, Compounded S James Roberts, et al, VS. A. Plaintiffs, Body-Toni- c. CHARLIE WHITE-SOO- J. Roberts, Defendant. Pursuant to a judgment rendered herein at the June Term, 1913, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at N Tit Cevfkj EuliGst ORictr.ron or dFTtMc IICiM SClESCr. SOPE Mrs. CHARLIE 373I West Broadway WHITE-MOO- N Louisville, Kentucky FILL OUT THIS BLANK and mail or bring it to the Contest Manager, THE CENTRAL Lancaster. Ky. Nominational Blank, Good For 1.000 Votes. 1.1111111 llX vt- vA as a candidate in THE CENTRAL RECORD Great Prize paign. J Cam- j iiiimc i The name and address of people making nominations not be divulged. Only a limited number of nominations will accepted. It is understood that for each candidate nominated only nomination coupon which entitles the candidate so nominated 1,000 votes will be acpepted by the Contest Manager. will be one to 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, t: 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 al ;':e rate of six per cent per annum frtm 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. Tomlinson, Att'y for Plffs. Kentucky Fair Dates. The law provides that every child between the ages of 7 and 16 years in the state of Kentucky shall be sent to some school for a full term each year, and a failure to observe this law entails a penalty of $25. for the first offense, and tor each subsequent offense a fine of not to exceed $100, or imprisonment not exceeding fifty days, either one or both, the penalty to be visited upon the parent, guardian or person having supervision of the child. This law has never been enforced in Garrard county, and there has been good and sufficient reasons for its which however, do not exist at this time, and in consequence, the parent or guardian who grows lax about sending his child to school need not be surprised to find himself in the clutches of the law at any time for his laxity. With the splendid educational facilities being offered in the county now, placing a good education within the grasp of the most humble child within its bounds, there is absolutely no excuse for failure to have the child take advantage of the offered schooling, and such a thing as an illiUra child in Kentucky in the next ten years should not be known. It should be a matter of pride with parents to have their children in school, the enforcement of such a law should not become a necessity in any case, and if such an instance should present itself, the penalty should be inflicted to its fullest ex- et al. Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment lcndi-ivherein at the June Term, l'JlIJ, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. Mv or thereabouts, on MONDAY, JULY 28, 1913, it being the first day of the Garrard County Coui t Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows, Lying and being in Garrard County, Kentuckj , 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 Hogan; thence leaving the pike and with Hogan 67 E 1.33 chains N 87 E 1.25 chains S 83 E 7 chains to a stake S S0J E 2.75 chains to a stake S S'Jl E 8.22 chains to a stake S 4J 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 70 W 5 chains to middle of the afoiesaid pike; with the middle of same N 36J E 1.82 chains N 33J Ell. 12 chains to the beginning, containing 37J acres, saving and excepting from the abovp boundarj a portion thereof containing acres, and which has been conveyed off of said Mrs--. boundary by said C. M. Jenkins to 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 ofiice in Deed Book 20, page 4. The lands or lots conveyed off of the foregoing tract are described as follows to-w- it: tht-ncto-w- VS. Colby M. Jenkins' Heirs, yy Bottling4 wfwm&m.. an I n ki fisai "a m fldr I Lancaster has one of the 1 BEST EQUIPPED Works South of the Ohio River. That all of the water bottled by our plant is distilled first, therefore it is absolutely pure. That all of our drinks are bottled in clear bottles. That we have one of the most complete and might also add the most expensive washing outfits it is possible to obttiin. 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. """ 53fih& a Minifn!a Sanitary Rntilino UUII1I1IC. ' "VMilHWI .. i r- fin. ArW3?$a fm&&W "; '"il-- JJI W One acre to tent. We cannot imagine a family in such circumstances in this county as to be put to the necessity of keeping a child of tender years from school in order to assist in the maintenance of the family, of course there maybe and probably are such instances, where such a necessity arises, but they are very rare, and even in the worst cases, the child may be able to attend school at some time during the term. There is not a state in the Union which offers belter educational advantage's in the rural districts than Kentucky, and every parent should take advantage of them and see to it that their children are given the benefit to the fullest extent, without the intervention of the law, or without the truant officer having to enfore the law provided in such cases. HAMILTOJN valley. School at this place is progressing nicely.- Miss Dora Douglas was the guest of home folks Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Owens Sunday. Hope Tuesday night lt I i I July, 18th and 19th. Mt. Sterling, July Harrodsburg, July Madisonville, July Uniontown, Aug Taylorsville, Aug 23- -4 Protracted meeting begun at Good by Rev. G. B. The following are the dates fixed for English. holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1913 as Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brock are rejoicfar as reported. Officers of fairs are ing over the arrival of a fine bady boy requested to report to us any omissions at their home. or corrections of dates: The Farmers of this section were glad Womans Fair, Lancaster, to see a heavy rain last Friday night which was badly needed. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hamilton was the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Montgomery Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Dud Shelton and Miss Nannie Adams were solemnlyunitedin wedlocks holy bonds last Wednesday by Rev. Griffith. s,rfc-L-w1"- "a"r- - - - ir - vljt - .. iWhiffTf? m n aji .u..f- . kiui j mm .r uLArf nn w. BE IN A POSITION TO SHIP YOUR HAY TO THE BEST MARKETS The best prices prevail in localities where little hay is grown and where there is a limited amount of storage space. h Baled hay can be readily shipped and occupies only the space required to store loose hay. Our line of International Motor Hay Presses includes 14xl8-inc- h Bale Chamber with I H C P. Engine. 3, 4, cr lCxlS-inc- h Bale Chamber with IHC 4 or P. Engine. I7x22-nc- h Bale Chamber with IHC P. Engine. InternationaTMotor Hay Presses will bale more hay in a given length of time than any other press of equal size. toggle joint plunger, power jack, bale The tension and spring roller tucker are features worth looking into. Drop in and see us the next time you are in town. one-fiftG-- H. G-- H. 6-- H. self-feed-er, BECKER, BALLARD S CO. Bryantsville, Ky. days. 294 days. 295 days. days. days. Fair (Carroll, Gallatin, Owen), Sanders, Aug, days. Danville, Aug. days. 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. Broadhead, Aug, 133 days. Perryville, Aug, 133 days. Vanceburg, Aug. 134 days. Hardinsburg, Aug. 193 days. Lawrenceburg, Aug, 19 4 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, 21 3 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. days Paris, Sept " Alexandria, Sept. days. days, Fulton, Sept. days. Frankfort, Sept. days. Somerset, Sept. days. Bardstown, Sept. Barboursville, Sept drys. Tomkinsville, Sept days. days Franklin, Sept Hodgenville, Sept. days. days. Monticello, Sept Morgantown, Sept. 113 days. Falmouth, Sept 10 4 days. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Sept. 15- -6 days. Scottsville, Sept 18- -3 days. Horse Cave, Sept. 244 days. Bowling Green, Sept 244 days. Adairville, Sept 253 days. Paducah, Sept 304 days. Glasgow, Oct days. Murray, Oct. days. Elkton, Oct 2- -3 days. --Hopkinsville, Oct days. I May field., Oct, 8- -4 days. 55 54 64 63 63 pike and adjoining a vacant lot belonging to N. Noe, on the South side of him (N. Noe) the same of record in Deed Book 30, page 56, in Garrard County Clerk's office. One other tract of one acre or lot on the East side of the said turnpike road and adjoining the land conveyed to J. C. Williams, (the foregoing tract) Deed Book 00, page 19, in said Clerk's office. A tract of three acres and convened to Mrs. Hannah B. Sweeney on the dayof January, 1905, adjoining the village of Bryantsville, oi the East side ol and adjoining the Lancaster and Lexington turnpike, adjoining Hogan and others. Deed recorded in Deed Book 20, page 236, 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, 951 acre tract; thence with said Myers line N E 158.60 poles to a white oak on Smith's side of road, corner to said Myers. S SS E 78.C0 poles to a stake in the North 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 same S JW 156.20 poles to a stake, a new corner to Mattie J. Smith 95$ 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 approved 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 isr.ue. 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'v. for Plffs. 8-- J. C. Williams lying on the East side of Bryantsville and Lancaster lie rk . OI E2S3 in the bilitnrj and ia!iu!;r. fr-- writer is ni tamed f, through t:i litest !?ningit .. cie dopment "2er--- M til - ' i the w Tabulator. i.- -.. J. .a ir inrrm i -- r rHjuvrihCa J f t jj-j- i 5 Cf X i - tt r mtm II ii.baj.iror :?fos fli I Tor every .net or D:.ir:& a ft i vrfi r r ttki.t ir ii You move the g cat r: a go to the desijor! Dccim.i! w frv;- - -- "..v. J lt!i SJi.'Jil. ASfy S. 15 II1K ;. 1 V. . "5i ? KWvcr-- j y pus.iia iiii mi; usL'tr it iu V-5?P each point srrike the scr kev j that is all. 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Mr and Mrs. Edd Grow were in Lexington last Wednesday. Born to the wife of Mr. Jennings a fine baby boy. Hamlet zS3 J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer OUR PLAN of selling Direct to You enables us to save you One-Thir- d To One-Hal- f a ? ' 4 ex- de- - 25 25 25 24 24 34 33 34 43 93 94 Mr. and Mrs. Thos Hick3 were with her brother Mr. L. L. Sanders at Crab Orchard Saturday and Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Edgington are very happy over the arrival of a 12 lb. son on the 13 inst christened Henry T. Office Phone 3. Residence Phone 27 Mesdames H. R. Montgomery and Thos Hicks spent last Tuesday with LANCASTER. KY. their sister Mrs. Sam Johnson near Lancaster. Mr. C. A. Arnold received about 300 fat hogs from different parties in this section last Tuesday nice prices 6 and J. M. SKAIN. Mgr. 8 cents per lb. Miss Christine Rogers, after spend ing three weeks with her sister Mrs. Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky W. L. Growvreturned to her home in Danville last Tuesday. Better Than The Best, No Higher Wesley Thompson has been Mr. Than The Rest. confined to his bed for several days from getting overheated during the Distilled. Filtered Drinking Water. extreme hot weather. KENTUCKY Miss Ola Montgomery who has been LEXINGTON. spending a few weeks with her grandparents returned to her home near Nicholasville Saturday. the cost you would pect to pay for such ?&&.-- ' Jj . "5 T signs as ours. . - 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 NO HONEY. Examine the monuments on arrival and if not satisfactory 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. Phoenix Hotel This is Just What we Offer. Write for our beautifully illustrated catalog of exclusive designs. 1 Consumers' Monument Company, Dau urouna, Vieorgia., 14 14 66 Mrs. Margaret Stinnett aged 78 died at the home of her son, Mr. H. F. Edgington on the 4 inst She had been confined to her bed over a year with infirmities due to old age. She leaves two children, Mr. H. K. Edgington and Mys. Matilda Burke of Jessamine Co. Remains were interred in Mt. Olivet Cemetry Sunday at 10 o'clock. 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. R. L. Elkin, G. W. Elam. Ed & N B Price POSTED LANCASTER COLORED AUGUST 28th, 29th and 30th, '13' W. H. Harris, President. L. W. Faulkner, Secretary- f: r Page 6 The Central Record, Friday, July CONTEST. 18, 1913. 1,000 " Cora Perkins Mr. Continued from Page 2. " G In Prizes including a Handsome Pony, Buggy and Set of Harness, 3 Diamond Rings, and 9 Other Valuable Prizes Given Away Absolutely FREE THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY! WILL YOU GRASP IT? The Central Record is offering you the greatest list of prizes ever put on by a Kentucky weekly newspaper. It costs nothing to enter or try for any of the prizes. where in this issue. Under the contest arrangement, you need only to compete against the contestants in DISTRICT NO. 2. MARCELLUS, your own district for any of the dis- Miss Cecil Bowling trict prizes. " Mabel RanKin There will be at least four prizes " Wade Lee Park awarded to each district. Contestants " Myrtle Campbell and their friends are not confined to MARKSBURY, KY. their own district in securing subscrip- Miss Minnie Royston tions, but may secure subscriptions " Mary Chestnut from anyone, anywhere in the postal " Lula Simpson union. " Beulah Sutton Mr. William Coins How Votes Are Secured. " Jimmie Goina votes may oe secured in two ways " Van Gosney which are as follows: 1st. A vote couBRYANTSVILLE, KY. pon appears in each issue of the Cen Miss Mary Ellen Farlee tral Record and this coupon when prop " Flossie Mae Teater erly filled out with the name of the " Osa Coulter candidate is good for 100 votes for the " Mary Belle Halcomb person so nominated. Get, your friends " Christine Swope to save the votes for you. 2nd. Tne Mr Sam Halcomb second, which is by far the quickest BOURNE. KY. and best way is to get your fnend3 to Miss Ollie Crawford subscribe to the Record. With each " Bettie Scott subscription to the Record is given a "Christine Stone Vote Ballot good for a certain number " Nannie Hunter of votes according to the length of the " Burnie Pierce subscription. These votes are good at " Eulalah Montgomery any time up to the close of the contest ' Amy Montgomery . and may be polled and published when HYATTSVILLE, KY. ever the contestant chooses. The Miss Ruth Arnold nomination blank counts for 1,000 votes " Lena Schooler for the candidates so nominated " Viola Tribble Nominations and votes may be placed " Etta Smith in the Ballot Box which is to be found " Loretta Taj lor at the Record Office, or they may b " Lyda Crecillius mailed direct to the Contest Manager. Mr Lucien Johnson " Charley Sanders DIVISION OF DISTRICTS. POINT LEAVEL LANCASTER District No. 1 includes all of the city Miss Hattie Royston of Lancaster. " Bell Smith District No. 2 includes all of Garrard ' Annie Dollins county excepting the city of Lancaster. " Lizzie Hurt JJibtnct No. 3. includes all the terri " Lucille Lackey tory covered by ihe Central Record and " Brunette Arnold not heretofore mention in Districts 1. BEUNA VISTA, KY. and 2. Miss Lelia Barnett HOW PRIZES WILL BE DISTRIBUTED. " Leila Ruble The Capital Prize, the beautiful Ponv " Flora Ruble and outfit, will be given to the con" Lena Jennings testant who secures the greatest num" Alyce Mabel Scott ber of votes in the entire contest. ihe contestant standing highest in "' Hazel Ogg Eural Blakeman each district after the capital prize " Artie Johnson has been awarded will be given a beau" Nettie Ison tiful Diamond Ring. " Margaret Askirs The contestant standing second highCAMP NELSON, KY. est in each district after the capital prize has been awarded will be given a Miss Nora Kaufman " Cora Moore Jgin watch. " Maltha Knight The contestant standing third high" Emma Lane est in eich district after the capital " Dovie Watts prize has been awarded will be eriven a " Lillian Burton beautiful Ruby Ring. " Maggie Montgomery The contestant standing fourth hieh " Frances Sherrow est in each district after the capital " Emma Scott prize has been awarded will be given a " Jennie Ison. Genuine Cut Glass Fruit Bowl. PAINT LICK, KY. The district prizes have arrived and are on display at the jewelry store of Miss Louise Rice " Christine Metcalf Morrow & McRoberts and contestants ' Jessie Parks and their friends are invited to call and " Sallie Woods inspect same. These district prizes " Docia Metcalf were purchased from this reliable firm ' Loula McWhorter and are guaranteed to be up with the Mr Chester Metcalf standard. Miss Mariam Ledford VOTING POWER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS AND " Fannie Noe, R. R. 1. PRICE OF THE LANCASTER CENTRAL RECORD. MCCREARY, KY. R. 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Following is the schedule of votes on CARTERSVILLE, KY. both old and new subscriptions to the Miss Annie Walker Central Record: " Lillie Mae Sutton NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS. Mr Archiedine Bradshaw 10 years 84,000 MANSE PAINT LICK, R. R. NO. 8 years 68,000 Miss Dora Calico 5 years 45,000 " Willie Calico 3 years 29,000 " Spillman 2 years 21,000 " Stella McWhorter 1 years 7.800 " Myrtle Coliron Mr Edwin Walker This Company was the first to play in the New Opera House several years ago. t BACK SUBSCRIPTIONS v. OR RENEWALS. 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 further 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 unless 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. Nominations may be made at any time during the contest. 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. Cynthia Baker Parry Clark " Katie Clark 5 years 3 years " Minnie Hurt 2 year3 " Alma Lear 1 year " Mary Lear " Florida Boain The price of the Lancaster Central " Eliza Rucker Record is $1.00 per year. Mr Otis Gooch CANDIDATES INVITED TO CALL. " R. K. Duncan The contest manager invites all candidates and their friends to call at the " Robert Boain Central Record office and make inquiries " Arthur Eldridge regarding the contest, or phone or " John Eldridge write and a representative will call at " Harry McWhorter " Robert McKnight your home. Address all communications to the Contest Manager, Central " Charles Gooch " Floyd Coliron Record, Lancaster, Ky. " John Green DISTRICT NO. 1. LANCASTER. Embry McWhorter Miss Patsey Anderson 1,000 " Bert Ramsey " Elizabeth Ford 1,000 " Wilse Sanders " Helen Robinson 1,000 " William Hurt " Carrie Bell Romans 1,000 " M. F. Ledford " Thelma Hamilton 1,000 Mrs Lou Osborn " Katie Barnes Dickerson 1,000 " Anna Brown Emma Walker 1,000 DISTRICT NO. 3. STANFORD, " Shelby Mason 1,000 Miss Mary Elizabeth McKinny " Kathleen Walters 1,000 " Lyle Cooper " Issiebell Sanford 1,000 " Lizzie Holtzclaw " Stella Sanders 1.000 " Sallie Burdette " Willie Wilkerson 1,000 " " Mary Burdette " Lillie Mae Jones 1,000 Sallie Craig ' Jennie Cox 1,000 " Etta Mueler " Mary Elmore 1,000 " Sarah Hundley " Christine Sanders 1.000 " Sallie Farmer " Ruth Carrier 1.000 " Lena Palmer " Mattie Adams 1.000 " Elsie Coleman " Christine Pollitt 1,000 " Ida Pettus " Martha Tinder 1,000 " Mary Sheppard Cook " ,Marie-Ballar1,000 " Kate Davis Raney " Mamie Lee Marsee 1,000 " Mary Moore Raney " Nora Brown 1,000 " Anna Davis McRoberts " Annie Margaret Elkin 1,000 " Grace Brady " Lyda Rayney 1,000 " Effie Boughton " Ora Prkther 1,000 ' Pearl Fields " Alice Rigney 1,000 Mr Alfred Farmer " Nettie Fanner 1,000 " c Joe Warner. " Elizabeth Betts 1,000 HUBBLE, KY. Patsey Kinnaird " 1,000 " Bessie Austin 1,400 Mi"" Jewell Spoonamore " Mary Rankin " Josephine Burnside ,C0O " Jennie Rankin " Bernice Champ 1,000 " Mary Lee Given, " Ida Grant 1,000 " Elizabeth Givens " Anna 1,000 ' Ina Roberts " Winnie Wheritt 1,000 " Levisa Harris " Hallie Brown 1,C0) Ella Henry 1,000 (Continued on page 3 ) 40,000 30,000 18,000 10,200 7,800 2.400 10 years 8 yeais " " Alyce Sanders Ail New Plays and an Entire Change Every Night. Monday night, La Belle Marie "in 4 acts. Popular Prices 15 and 25cts BALL PARK. REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee and save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, or Stock Certifimis- Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds KY. cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. Put your valuable papers in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company B. W. O. F. HUDSON, President. P.IGNEY, Ass't Cash'r. J. S. JOHNSON. J. Walker, Jr., J. Vice r. Prest. Book-Keepe- 1,000 1,000 1,000 l.oOO W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANIZED 1SS3. 1,000 l&e Citizens National OF LANCASTER, KY. Bank 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 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. vp.- - - ftvav : a The Central Record, Friday, July m .ITS 18, 19 IS. Page 7 UA 1 1 FOR THE VACATION 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' ih i i i i i i I! 1 : I I I I ': Embroideries of all kinds, Silk Gloves Undermuslins, Silk Hose. White & Colored Wash Dresses Traveling Cases. 1 I' tt ID: and many other articles to numerous to mention, that are going at a very low figure. 1 Til The JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO The Home of Good Bargains The House of Quality. I I fir m We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE! Office at National Bank. Ky. Gossip About People NN A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings ly Those Wt Are Interested In. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Phone 27. Miss Allie Arnold is in Crab Orchard for a recuperative stay. Miss Carrie Boulden of Nicholasville is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mote Scott. Mr. H. B. Northcott has returned from a visit to his parents in Newport. 31 IE 3EZZZIC BIG BEN PUBLIC SALE. Is Now On In Full Blast. Bargains for Everybody. U Mrs. Lewis L. Walker returned Sun day from a visit to relatives in Louisville. Miss Anna May Hamm of Somerset is the attractive guest of Miss Katie Hamm. Miss Lucy Walker of Richmond, is here with her cousin Miss Alice Hudson Rigney. Miss Nancy Goodloe has returned after a protracted stay with relatives in Danville. Mr. H. Goosman and son Freddie of Richmond spent Sunday with R. Zimmer. Misses Fay and Florence Acton are at home after a visit to relatives in Liberty. Miss Katharine Mitchell, of Bowling Green is the guest of Mrs. R. E. -- R. S. Brown, ic n Lancaster, i i Ky, " t a h M gating Is'nt A Bother when you know that your bread, b'nuits or cake will be sure to come out just right. Well, try a sack of H s H H 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. I Lancaster Electric Light Go. a liaad ft some Porch to your house and in- mmmm: f I crease its appearance and comfort fifty per cent. You can easily do it without much expence. Our mill work will provide needed Mr. and Mrs. Walter McWhorter of Dumor Cal. are visiting Garrard relatives. Misses Mina and Eva Rankin are and visiting friends in Somerset Burnside. Misses Margaret Walker has returned from a visit to friends in Louisville and Lebanon. Miss Helen Young of Maysville is Mr. and here visiting her grand-parenMrs. W. G. Anderson. Mrs. Ethel West Darnold and Miss Bettie West were recent guests of Mrs Wm. O'Bannon of Stanford. Miss Ruth Waller has returned to Miss Kate Read of Beattyville, has her home in Louisville, after a pleas arrived to be with Mrs. J. A. Amon ant stay with Garrard relatives and during the Woman's Fair. friends. Mr. Ed.C. Gaines has returned from Mrs. G. H. Compton has returned to his annual outing which was spent in a her home in Independence, Mo., after tour of the Eastern cities. a visit with her mother Mrs. Sarah Mr. Wm F. Champ who made a short Hamilton. stay in Louisville is now at Crab Mrs. Maggie Byrley and little Orchard Springs for a rest. daughter Cecil Byrley of Barbourville Misses Bernice and Hazel Champ are are here visiting Misses Kate and Lillian in Paint Lick visiting their grand- Kinnaird. mother, Mrs. James Champ. Mrs. R. T. Embry entertained at a Mr. W. I. Williams left last Saturday handsome course dinner in honor of the for Tulsa, Okla. His family will remain late bride and groom Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hurt. in Lancaster until Sept. 1st. Mrs. H. C. Bailey and children have Mrs. Annie Doty and son James of with returned from Big Stone Gap, Va. Millersburg, are here for a visit where she spent the fourth with friends Capt. J. A. Doty and family. and relatives. Misses Annie May and Ellen Walker Mrs. Lydia Murphy and attractive of Richmond are here for a visit with daughter Miss Elizabeth of the Union their aunt Mrs. B. F. Hudson. neighborhood were shoppers in our Mr. J. W. Murray a traveling sales- town Monday. man of Harriman Tenn. spent last week Mrs. Sylvester Jordan and sons of in Lancaster working his trade. Terre Haute, Ind., are here for a visit Mr. Banks Hudson of Danville was with Mrs. Jordan's parents Mr. and in town Monday and was accompanied Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey. by his bright little son. Banks Jr. Attorney Murray Smith and Misses Mary Miller and Edna Ballew of RichMrs. J. B. Faxton and son James of mond motored to Lancaster Sunday Stanford have been visiting Mrs. Pax-ton- 's and werg guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. mother Mrs. Alex Robinson. W. Kavanaugh. Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Hamm and family Mrs. S. M. Jordan and sons James, of Somerset are here visiting Raj burn and Roscoe of Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hamm. Ind. arrived Saturday and now the ts ts v. their-parents Miss Virginia Conn of Wilmore is home was tastily decorated and a most with her brother John Conn. ....biif ibj(Ub gtiikiit Miss Nannie B. Herring is an atMr. George D. Burdett, vice president tractive visitor in Harrodsburg. of 'the Citizens Life Insurance Co.. is Miss Bessie Prather is at home after here from his headquarters in LeMng-to- n looking after the interests of his a visit to relatives in Richmond. company in this vicinity. Miss Harvey Dunn of Danville was the recent guest of her aunt Mrs. J. R Mr. C. W. Anderson was called to Mount. Maysville to see his son Julian who Mrs. B. F. Hudson was hostess on met with a painful accident by cutting Wednesday for an elaborate 12 o'clock his foot it necessitating a number of stitches to close the wound. dinner. Mcsdames J. W. Caperton, Thomas Mrs. J. A. Amon has returned from Phelps, Frank Jennings, Robert Miller Cincinnati where she spent a few days and Miss Sallie Miller of Richmond with friends. motored to Lancaster Monday and were Mrs. John Conn Jr., is at home after guests of Mrs. D. M. Lackey and Miss a pleasant stay with friends and relatives Jennie Lackey. in the mountains. Mrs. W. O. Rigney was called to Mrs. Jesse Walden and children have Nicholasville, by the accident that re been recent guests of Mrs, Charles An cently befell her brother Mr. Baker Walker, while driving home from derson and family. church Sunday night hi3 horse ran Misses Mary and Gertrude Gaines of away, throwing him out and breaking Lincoln came Friday for a visit to Mr. his arm. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines. Miss Alice Rigney entertained ThursMiss Mary Johnston sf Nicholasville, day evening in honor of her guest Miss came Wednesday to visit her friend. Lucy Hudson Walker of Richmond. Miss Elizabeth Collier. The hours were from 8 to 11. The David Tudor, of Texas and Robert home was most artistic in its decoraSimmons of Richmond are the guests of tions and the ices and cake most appeAllen Johnson this week. tizing. Mrs. W. B. Moss has returned from Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie gave a most a visit to friends and relatives in delightful G o'clock dinner Wednesday Middlesboro and Virginia. evening the honor guests being the Miss Margaret Cook left this week Misses Walker of Richmond and Mrs. for a visit to Misses Helen Elizabeth W. I. Williams and daughter Miss Mary Clay of Tulsa Okla. and Misses and Chastine Sprague of Louisville. Edna and Martha Kavanaugh LancasMrs. H. E. Thomas has returned to ter. her home in Horse Cave after a visit to Mrs. U. D. Simpson and daughter. Mrs, J. C. Wheat of Tucson Ariz, is visiting relatives in the county. Mrs. Mis3 Violet Preston of Louisville will Wheat will be remembered here as Mrs arrive in Paint Lick on th 17th she ' Hobbs, who was formerly connected will be the guest of Mrs. B. Ramsy Jr. with the local exchange. The many Mrs. Margaret Siler and children friends of her daughter Miss Lena will leave Sunday to visit Mrs. Siler's Hobb3 will be glad to know that she as sister Mrs. J. H. Pettus of Springfield, i well as theother children have excellent positions in Tucson and the entire family Little Miss Laura Phillips Dunn of ars prospering in their distant home. Lexington, is here for a visit with her grand-parenMr. and Mrs. J. D. Gul-leI I i Shrinkage In Tobacco Acreage. Supt. E. T. Robards in making up his estimate of the burley tobacco crop acreage, figures a shortage of 1100 acres as compared with the crop of 1912. The shrinkage occurs in the counties of Bourbon, Greenup, Harrison. Jessamine, Kenton, Mason and Trimble. His estimate give3 133,300 acres this year as against 134,400 in 1912. He gives the acreage in Garrard county the same as last year, 4,000. This is conservative for this county, as it was estimated by many who are in a position to know that the acreage in this county in 1912 would exceed 3,000 acres and will reach that figure again this year. Simpson. i . YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. D ed stone. v-- For brick, lime, cement, sand, crushGarrard Milling Co. A filled program at the College Auditorium Friday night. Residence on Richmond street for rent immediate possession. Parker Gregory. good coal for your that wont fill your stoe with soot and cinder try a small load of cook stove If you want some our High Cliff. Garrard Milling Co. A Pretty Society Event. Mrs. Frank Pumphrey and sons of Somerset are expected shortly tor a visit to Mr. and Mrs: J. W. Pumphrey. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bohon Campbell and little daughter of Stanford, were guests on Sunday of Mrs. Joanna Ball. Mrs. Maurice . Ashley and little daughter of Richmond are with Mrs. Ashley's parents Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Acey left" Monday for Martinsville, Indiania where Mrs. Acey hopes for relief from the posts, pillars, railings, and in fact everything ,f except a few nails. Any body can put them together. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. The most notable society event of the season was the reception tendered to Mrs. Frazier G. Hurt by Mrs. L. G. Davidson on the morning of the 9th inst. The hours were from 10 to 12 o'clock and the invitations had been so timed as to prevent any crush from the large number of guests invited, nearly all of whom responded to the invitation, anxious to show their esteem and respect for the handsome and pouplar young matron and the gracious hostess. The handsome home of Richmond avenue was tastily decorated for the occasion in palms and evergreens; the guest3 were met at the door by Miss Allie Yantis who gracefully conducted them indoor and to the receiving line, which was composed of Mrs. L. G. Davidson, the hostess, Mrs. F. G. Hurt, the brid in whose honor the function was given and Mrs. Lester B. Hilton of Stanford Ky. The color scheme within was white and pink, which was also carried out in the refreshments served, composed of ices and cake, both molded into dainty heart shape. Frappe was served on the porch, Miss Delia Tinder presiding. There was a constant stream of visitors during the entire two hours of the reception, people from the town and county joining with many from a distance in attesting to the popularity of the fair bride and her hostess, guests who Among the were "present, Mesdames John Baugh-maLester B. Hilton and Robert Bruce of Stanford, Miss Margaret are Ramey, Eminence Ky.. Miss Cecile guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Elliott. Los Angeles Cal, Mrs. Ed. G. James Pumphrey. Doty of Pecos Tex. and Mrs. J. B. Mrs. H. C. Hamilton entertained at Jennings of Tulsa Okla. a well appointed 6 o'clock dinner at Card Of Thanks. her home on Richmond avenue the honor guest being Mrs. G. H. Compton We take this method of extending our of Independence, Mo. , heartfelt thanks to our many friends Mrs. Jack Adams has returned from both in the county and in Lancaster for Lexington where she was called by the the many acts of kindness shown us accident that befell her son Mr. Charl- during the recent illness and after the Card Of Thanks. es Adams. Friends will be glad to death of our beloved son and brother, know he is. improving. We wish to thank our many friends to assure them, one and all and wish who were so good and kind during the Miss Katie Barnes Dickerson gave a that they shall never be forgotten. Wm. Simpson, and family illness and recent death of pur dear birthday party Wednesday afternoon Teatersville Ky. mother. Mrs. Lee Gastineau. to a number of her young friends. The out-of-ton, KOKSLE:-Brow- n Shetland pony 1 Charles Simpson died at the home of j ear old cheap. W. IS- - Mason. Jr. his father Mr. William Simpson at Teatersville in this county on last FriIt burns like wood and don't fill your day afternoon after a long illness of stove with ashes and soot, order a trial tuberculosis, and after short funeral j load of High Cliff coal. services at the grave conducted by Garrard Milling Co. Rev. De.Moss of 3ucke e and Rev. i Beagle of Lancaster, his remains were We want some of your coal orders interred in the family lot in the Lan- on no other grounds than the merits of caster cemetery on last Monday morn- the coal, we have taken the agency ing. for the High Cliff mines, just now for The circumstances surrounding the the first time on the market, try a deuth of young Simpson made it an un- j small load don't take our word for it. usually pathetic one. He was precedGarrard Milling Co. ed to the grave by his mother, who was also a victim of that dread desFor Sale. troyer, tuberculosis, and about tweUe Male pigs. Poland China, Spring 1913 years ago he and another brother Larue feeling that the teinble malady wt-- farrow, also, 2 fall 1912 boars, ready gaining a hold upon them took their for service. AH of big type breeding, departure to what they hoped might pure bred and subject to pedigree. O. K. Simpson, prove a more favorable climate, they Call or write. went to California; shortly afterward Teatersville. Ky. another brother. Earl, followed them Farm For Sale. to the state of California. Earl was the first to succumb to the Two Hundred acre blue grass farm malady, and about two years ago his for sale in high state of cultivation. remains were broight here to his old Well improved with plenty of good home for burial. In April of this year water. Prices right and terms easy. Larue ell a victim to the malady, thus A bargain if purchased at once. Call leaving Charles, the oldest of the boys on or address. S. W. Hager, Bryants-vill- e, to battle alone in a distant land; the Ky. contest proved an unequal one, and after exhausting every known remedy he Small Blue Grass Farm For Sale gave up the conflict and concluded to come home in order that he might die Will sell my farm located seven miles at his old home and among his relatives from Lancaster on Richmond pike, two and friends. Meanwhile he had met miles trom Paint Lick Church. High and fallen in love with a beautiful state of cultivation. All necessary out young French woman. Miss Marie buildings. J. F. Higgins, Paint Lick, of Los Angeles; his brother Ed. Ky. Simpson a few months ago went to Wanted. California in an effort to do something for his afflicted brother, he started for Good, fresh, clean eggs. We are home with him, but when he reached buging eggs on a quality basis. Bring Albuquerque N. M.. the young man us your good eggs and we will give you concluded to try that climate for a a fair price for them, but if they are while in the hope of securing' relief.and dirty or grass stained we prefer you with much reluctance, his brother pur- take them some place else. We want ' chased property in that place and left good poultry etc, at highest market him there. Within a short time, fail- prices. H. B. Northcott. ing to secure the relief he had hoped to find, he concluded to make the long journey home, he telegraphed his fiancee in Los Angeles and she joined him in Albuquerque and at once expressed her intention of accompanying him, which she did. They reached Louisville on the 19th of last May and expected his brother to meet them there, however, a misunderstanding in the sending of a telegram prevented this, and they were married in Louisville on that day and proceeded on their journey to Lancaster. The devotion of the young bride to her afflicted husband during his stay here was pathetic to see, she never leaving his side for even an instant. Her grief at his death Do You Own a was heart rending. There was never a family of more upright, gentlemanly or popular boys Pure Bred Boar? raised in Garrard county than the Simpson boys, and a multitude of friends throughout the county will If not, why not? Try one of my mourn the taking away of the eldest. Durocs and watch your profits grow Young Simpson was 34 years of age My spring pigs are by Sires of last May. Besides his father, he is Grand Champions and out of sows survived by two brothers, Messrs Ed of royal breeding. Also have a few and Otto Simpson of this county and one sister. Mrs Tilden Hoover, also of bred gilts for sale. Entire herd the county, and also one half brother. against cholera. Creed Simpson who lives with hi3 fathPrices low, quality high. Satiser at Teatersviile. The deceased was faction guaranteed. Call and see-ma nephew of Mrs. W. T. West of Lan363-herd. Phone i caster. I ! s Mr. Farmer ed B. i B. F. Robinson,? Lancaster, Ky. i 7 i? -- .1. fi - -- , ) V Page 8 The Central Record, Friday, July DG 18, 1913. DC JpEHiriiiiin 3E DC 3E 3G 3G HE 3E 3E GE 3F1FTbJtJE3E THE WOMANS NSGE1IIE Mission Done The Rev. Z. FAIR DE JULY Dl 18-lSc- 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. DE T. MRS. FRED P. FRISBIE, Secty. 30 DE DE DE 3E DE DE 3ME 3E DE ii ii smrJ Home From Europe. Another Cincinnati excursion last Sweeney they are known as 'Evangelical Chris tians in Russia'. The movement orgin-ate- d Sunday was liberally patronized by our more than fifty years ago under the teaching of Gen PashkofF, a very wealthy Russian holding a high position under the Emperor". Pashoff was exiled and he went to Rome where he died. His marblo palace is now used as a museum for the Uni versity of Moscow. Mr Sweeney calls him the"AIexnder Campbell of Russia" f, Mr Sweeney memtions Ivan S who preaches in Russian, English, French and German. This man, who is not yet forty years old.conducts a church that has a Y M C A and Y W C A. A church paper is published and the printing house issues other religious Prok-hanof- "Bake" Walker Has Accident. Mr. R. L. Walker, who resides colored people. a short The Rev. Z. T. Sweeney, former fish and game commissioner, pleased with his experiences in Russia, England and Wales, has arrived here, after having carried out a mission for the Christian Church in the Russian Empire and delivered a personal invitation to David Lloyd George, Chancellor of the Exchequer for the British Empire, to come to Toronto next fall for the convention of Christian churches. Mr. Sweeney oqtained a promise from the Chancellor that he will come if Parliament is not in session then. He also returns with an optimistic account of work of his church in Russie. When Mr. Sweeney was in London to e sea David he had difficulty in getting one o f the Chancellor's six secretaries to take in his card. Not half a minute after the card was delivered the Chancellor appeared, grasped the clergyman's hand and invited him in. Mr. Lloyd George keeps track of the work of the Christian Church in this country, and Mr. Sweeney was surprised to find that he knew all about the Sweeney family, how many ministers it had produced and where they had preached. On the following Sunday Mr. Sweeney went to the Lloyd-Georhome at Criccieth, Wales, and preached at a Christian church where a relative of the Chancellor has been pastor for fifty years. He was the guest of the Chancellor's brother, William Sunday, and the Chancellor and his family attended the service. When Mr. Sweeney left David e invited him to make his London home his own whenever he should be in London again. Mr. Sweeney's trip abroad was made primarily on behalf of a committee of Russians in New York, who wishes to know what progress is being made by the Christian church in the Russian empire. Mr. Sweeney visited St. Petersburg, Moscow and Warsaw and learned that though the Government church frowns on any other, the Christian church is making rapid strides. The interest is not confined to the humble classes. Many of the nobility are interested. Lloyd-GeorgLloyd-George, Lloyd-Georg- The benign candidate has but a short time in which to cajole the beloved voter, the primary comes off two weeks from tomorrow. Goes To Pen. Deputy SherifT C. A. Robinson went to Frankfort on last Saturday taking with him Thomas Ralston, who at the last term of the Garrard circuit court was given the indeterminate sentence of from two to twenty one years for manslaughter. Ralston killed George Finley at Paint Lick. School Trustees To Be Elected. distance from Nicholasville. met with a painful accident while returning to his home from church on last Sunday morn ing; when nearing his own gate his horse became frightened at some object Mr. and overturned the buggy. Walker's arm was broken between the shouldei and elbow and he was considerably bruised about the limbs. His sister Mrs. W. O. Rigney accompanied by John F. Walker left here an once in an automobile and Mrs. Rigney remained at his bedside. "Bake" was resting easy at last accounts and his many friends in Lancaster are hoping for his speedy recovery. Lexington Street Car Strike Settled Through Kindly Offices Of Goy. literature. PREACHES INTO PHOOOGRAPH. The members of the Christian Church in the Russian empire have a union supports thirty six evangelists. last annual meeting delegates came 6,000 miles. So great is the demand for preaching that Mr. Prokhanoff preaches into a phonograph and the records of his sermons are sent where missionaries cannot go. Mr. Sweeney found a wel equipped The Bible college. He spoke there. students entered a discussion of his tald. Mr. Sweeney, summarizing his report, said the Russian members are as "insistent upon New Testament Christianity as Christians of the United States;" that they have the sympathy of many influential persons, due to the influence of their leaders; that the organization is strong; that $100,000 given to Russia "would develop a half million gospel Christians in less than a quarter of a century;" that "if this is not God's opportunity to us, I know nothing about opportunities." Mr. Sweeney refrains from mentioning the influential persons in the denomination, suOgesting it would not be wise. One of them, however, is a man close to the Emperor. that An election will be held at the followAt its ing places on August 2, 1912, for the - McDormott. election of School Trustees:- Antioch, Sycamore, Beazley School, House West Point Buena Vista, Sunnyside, Bourne, Walker's School House, Buckeye, Beech Grove, Teatersville, Union, Manse, Stony Point, Copper Creek, Stringtown and Paint Lick. Internal Revenue Examination. A special First Grade or Clerical Internal Revenue Examination will be held in several Kentucky towns, including Richmond and Danville on August 16, 1913. Applications must be filed not later than the hour of closing business on August 11th, and may be had upon applications to the District Secretary, Room403Postoffice Building Cincinnati O. Rain Badly Needed. L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond Mr. Sweeney has prepared a report, with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; directed to the members of the com- at Winchester with C & O to Lexingmittee that sent him abroad. H says ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & in part: I left New York April 23 Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. and reached St. Petersburg May 8 I attended ten meetings of the church in To Rowland & Stanford connecting St Petersburg and became acquainted at Rowland, L & N to all points' South. HAS PREPARED REPORT. with the preachers, members and methods of the church; they have only one church, which meets at six regular meeting places and at four other places at irregular intervals. The church numbers 900 babtized uelievers, 700 of whom live permanently in the city. They recognize no authority in religion but that of Jesus Christ and His apostles. They call themselves by such names as are found in the New Testament, but, owing to governmental regulations they are required to adopt some other names that will be differentiative. Under such compulsien they call themselves 'Gospel Christians.' In some cities No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. The present drought is becoming serious, the hay and oat crop has been cut short and their is no relief in so far as these crops are concerned; corn To The Progressive Yoters Of Garrard and tobacco is also beginning to show Co., Attention. the need of a shower. However, the The primary election is now drawing most serious need is for stock water, creeks are dry and farmers are being near at which all parties will nominate compelled in mar.y instarces to haul their candidates to be voted for at the next Nov. election. It behooves each water for their stock. and every one of us to be up and doing and get out our full strength on that An Exhibit Worth Seeing. day. Let every one form him self into The Louisville Camera Club has kindly a committee of one to get his neighbors loaned to the Woman's Fair a splendid out to the primary on the 2nd day of exhibition of kodak pictures and other August. We have a good tickec in the works of art, which are very interest- field composed of the following gentleing and really worth seeine. The men: exhibits while on display at the Fair J B Bourne, County Judga. today and baturduy are merely for the J M Duncan, County Clerk. delectation "of the public and are not to R S Brown, Sheriff. be contested .for and are not to come Geo. Anderson, Jailer. into competition with other exhibits at Jno. Green, Assessor. the t air. They were simply loaned as Magistrate 1st Dist. J. C. Criscillis. an act " 2nd. Dist. R M Moss. " 3rd. Dist. Harrison Ray. A New Kind Of Party. " 4th. Dist. J W Coldiron. J F Holtzclaw, for Representative. Little Miss Annie Katherine Arnold While there is no opposition to any of Birmingham Ala., who is spending of the candidates, it is important that grand-parentthe summer with her we poll a full vote in the primary to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. G. Burnside, has show our strength to the voters of introduced an innovation in the way of County, who are now turning a society event; on last Tuesday night Garraid toward us for relief from the evils she gave what she called a "staying which do beset us. all night party" to her little friends, G M Patterson, Chairman. and the event was as enjoyable as R L Stultz, Secretary. novel. Those who partook of the hospitality of the little Miss were GOES TO THE SEAT OF RHEUMATISM Misses Johnetta Farra, Elizabeth Terrill, Elizabeth Gibbs and Elizabeth Rhenraa Qnickly Expels The Cause' And and Mary May Walker. s, Through the mediation of Gov. acting Governor while Gov. McCreary is out of the state, the Lexington street car strike was settled at 4;12 o'clock Tuesday afternoon by the signing of a compromise measure drawn and submitted by Gov. McDer-mot- t. Service was resumed on all lines on Wednesday morning. The strikers won all of their contentions with one exception, they are not allowed to wear their union button while on duty. All men recently discharged are to be reinstated. The strike on last Monday was the occasion of considerable rioting in Lexington and at least a score of people were injured. The rioting is said to have been precipitated by sympathizers of the striking men, who ar3 said to have taken no part in the rough work. The strike has worked severe havoc to business in Lexington, and business men are delighted at the early settlement. Restores The Whole System. Labor Scarce. If you suffer from any form of Rheumatism, remember that RHEUM A goes to work quickly to remove the cause, not simply to relieve thedistress. Many years' use has demonstrated that it goes to the seat of the disease and expels the poisonous matter that has accumulated; does this through the natural channels the kidneys, bowels, liver and skin. These are the sewers of the system and RHEUMA leaves them woik-in- g naturally and allows the strength to come back in full force. RHEUMA is guaranteedby R. E. McRoberts & Son, who sells it for 50 cents a bottle. Current News. During The Fair. Patronize our Soda Fountain. Its Ice Gold Always. McRoberts Drug Store. Lancaster housewives find it difficult nowadays to get a hand to "hoe out the garden", and their husbands are meeting with the same experience on a more extensive scale. Labor was never scarcer in Lancaster, and there are no idlers either, everyone is just engaged at some kind of work. The concrete work in course of construction, the various buildings going up, the farm labor which always attracts its quota of labor and the various threshing outfits which draft their labor from the town supply, have about exhausted the available local material, and the town man who finds himself in need of a hand, is sorely put to it to secure one. Lectures. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. , R. T. EMBRY, Surplus $30,000. Jres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, r. Safety Deposit Boxes -- For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stonnes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Mr. Harvey M. Estes, of Georgetown, Ky., who recently had a book poems published, is now receiving a hearty welcome wherever he goes as alecturer. The lectures consist of recitations from his book of poems and explanation of the same together with a few remarks about poetry in general. Mr. Estes will be in Garrard county Saturday to deliver his lecture at different points in this county. The dates and places are as follows: Antioch School house Saturday July 19 Chapel of Hyattsville, Union Sunday Monday July 21. Herriner School Schooi;Hous Tuesday July , 22 Sycamore acnooi House Wednesday July 23. The lecture at each place will begin at 7.45 P. M. Admission free. Eight men were drowned in Boston harbor when a sloop was crpsized by a sudden squall. As a means of exterminating grasshoppers Kansas farmers are spreading poisoned bran in their fields. Commissioner of Roads R. C Terrell in a formal interview favors the use of convict labor on public highways. Three were killed and a dozen others injured in two wrecks on the Michigan Central railroBd, near Jackson, Mich. Under the new constitutional amend electa-Unitement Georgia will State Senator by direct vote of the people. Frank M. Andrews & Co., said to be designers of the Kentucky State Capitol, have asked that receivers be named for the firm. The advance guard of the Kentucky National Guard yesterday been pre to-d- paring for the annual encampment at 0.0C0000COO00OOOHJCM)O Middlesboro. FARMER'S COLUMN The Niagara Commodore Perry's flagship, left Erie, Pa. for her tour of cities that are to celebrate the &oo)otofleoooo04 oodfrdofrfrooooooooeoooooo Perry Victory Centennial. dpace below tins heading is lot the excln Four persons were killed and a ive use o( our farmer MiWriber. and H fo number injured in a collision between the sale of stock, grain ami urh tliln-- t en a Baltimore & Ohio passenger train farm a tlio farnu-- canimt aHonl to ailvrr and an interurban car at Cambrige, O. tlse. No notice will 1 accepted over foui lines, anil will l.eonlyln tnn liiuea of tin A colonial liner picked up two womELORD. free of charge en from the yacht William Jennings Messrs Anderson & Pope bought of Good Service. Bryan, which was sinking off Stratford Prices Right. pounds hogs at 8 Shoals, Conn. Two men remained on O. T. Layton 0 Phone 351-cents per pound. board. Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Muhlenberg county local option The Lost: Red gilt, weigh about 130 lbs. election was legal and the county will Strayed from my place about July 10. be without saloons, according to a de- Last seen on Lexington Ave. Will apD. cision by Judge W. P. Sandidge at preciate any information. Greenville S. D. Cochran, Lancaster, Ky. Twelve persons were killed and Vote for John M. Farra about fifty injured in a collision between two Pacific Electric Railway cars for representative. Office at Rainey s Livery Stable. Priat Vineyard Station, beteed Venice and -- -- 'Lancaster, Kentucky mary August 2nd. Los Angeles, Cal. The Democratic City and County LIVE STOCK 31AKKET. Executive Committee yesterday adoptCINCINNATI UNION STOCK YAKDS. ed a resolution in favor of abolisoing If you want to be elected right, Ret Mogi Cattle Sheep the Fiscal Court and substituting a July 15 CATTLE: Shipper iJij))H uu ' SHAVED RIGHT commission of three. Butcher steers extra 7 ;MjT s" Appeals for as good treatment for Good to choice ; IS and you will be right if you go to the , 5 25,3 right shop on Richmond street. the children of farmers as is given Common to fair Heifers, 7lo77."i horses, cattle and hogs were made by Good to extra The Old Reliable Barber. r. ;ojj CO choice speakers at the Farmers' Chautauqua Common to fair I 00(& " SO HENRY DUNCAN at Bowling Green. Cons, extra ClOHna Good to choice 5 SO t DO In an effort to rehabilitate the Common to fair . 1W") American sardine industry the United Cannerd 3GOS100 States Department of Agriculture has Bulls baloguas established an experimental labora- Fatbnlls CALVES: extra tory at Eastport. Me. Fair to good To recreate judicial institutions upon Commonand large.. an efficiency basis is the announced HOtis: good pickers and butchers 9 10 9 2 purposa of the American Judicature Mixed packer . W.Morrow, Graduate Optician 5 0C 7 "tag Society, which will open headquarters Common to choice heavy fat sows. 6 00 S 2T. Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed in Chicago August 1. Light shippers It U J (110 lbs and less) 7 (HX3 3.1 The American Ambassador's note of I'itrs, 4 00'g I 3" SHEEP: extra protest against permitting an 111. Good to choice 4 Ong I 23 demonstration at Mexico Common to fair 2 of 3 75 City is said to have minimized, but LAM A3, extra s7 S' s 1 , Physician , Good to choice failed to prevent, a meeting, and SO Common to fair 3 Z0 ( Naval experts figure that a GovernLANCASTER, KY. ment armor plate factory costing Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. $8,446,000 could effect a saving of more than a million dollars annually in expenditures for armor plate. Office Hours Office over a m to 11. 1 p. m. to i. Stormes'DmgStora. Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst, leader of t London sufTragettes, made her escape from the police under exciting circumstances during a general fight between DENTIST. well dressed men and women, Phone Co. Lancaster, Ky. "Aunt Annie" Warren McMakin, colored said to be 126 years old, was baptized at her home near Brownsboro, the ceremony taking place in the presence of a crowd of church people. The State Tuberculosis Commissi on Lick, Kentucky. has offered the services of district nurses to teach the cure of tubercuAT LIVINGSTON. KY. losis cases to counties that will pay Monday and Tuesday. the living expenses of the nurses. The second annual conference bePhone tween the wheat growers of Fayette Office Hours i?S172.onU J 229. m! county and the grain experts of the Experiment Station of State UniverM. K. Benny sity will be held at Lexington Satur. A. Wheeler , day. July 26. Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Mis. Mary Belle Crawford, widow Office: Stormes Building over Hurt A Anderof Joshua B, Crawford, an Atlanta son's Furniture Store. capitalist who died fftjir years ago, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. gave herself into custody on learning that she had been charged with murOffice Citizens National Bank. dering her husband. The first of the series of chautauquas in Warren county was helh at Pleasant Hill School. The cause of the decline of the rural church was the subject of Sunday's discussion. A large crowd attended the Chautauqua. Miss Jeanne Laroe, nurse and house' Mrs. Walter Vincent keeper for the late H. Victor New-comOf Pleasant Hill, N. C, of New York who brought suit writes: "For three sumagainst the estate for services rendered mers. I suffered from obtained a judgement for $7,601 in the nervousness, dreadful Supreme Court of New York. pains in my back and M. M. Mulhall, former agent for the sides, and weak sinking the National Association of Manufacspells. Three bottles of turers, was before the Senate "Lobby" Cardui. the woman's Committee six hours, in which he dis- iS'l Ionic, relieved me'entire- closed the alleged anti-laband gen- ywt ly. I feel like another person, now." eral political activities of the associa() ' Everything for Orchard, Lawn and tion. The association will attempt to d.6 TAKE show, it is said, that Mulhall is seekGarden. ing revenge because he was "fired" by Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. the association. 'fMH0S0COO0 "1 r A. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. Dr. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. ! CANDIDATES u7 .. 3- I W. ELLIOTT, Surgeon. I INSURE Your Against B. IT. WaJLTIZ13 TOBACCO HAIL H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint STORM with ni Fred P Frisbie TREES STRAWBERRIES, Nervous? Fruit & Ornamental b, Shrubs, Asparagus, es Phlox. Etc. Rhubarb.Peonies, Ros () ra lonnty Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st, Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Panville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. j Cardui $ rf W fey The Woman's Tonic 1 H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. fftBOZTTXiJ , yr, () fgj gl 9'x &)p l S)J gtj W' & for over 50 years, Cardui has been helping to relieve women's un- necessary pains and building weak women up lo health and strength. It will do the same for you, if given a fair trial. So, don't wait, but begin taking Cardui today, for Its use cannot harm you, and should surely do you E-good. 72 W (() & Jg W i( l7M " (g) Vxf '- r 'tit" mmm WMAJiJlllU i J. wfKn .3 f i C -- ' Diruunun irv niwimwiiv,ni. Training A School for Teachers latet mediate School Jj fe, tlflewt. F$$ J Lift 8tw Crr Xmlli la an ruhifc Special f Keatmckr. Cmrwt aad Caarsea. Tokloa Prea ta Bi.i.. mttoriet.aevBmdtl school, aewvaaailtralatac balMlaf. a welleqalppnt prartleKBooI,dnwrtmeair&srieaHar, DamanSa Releae rnnaailara. FlmTermbrfUi SMoml Terra XoTenber 18. Tltr-- l Term Jiiian T7. roartnTerm pi II I, Summer School apeas Jan la, Catalon Frco TtttDliJLid... O. CRABBB, PmMent. 253