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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 25, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913072501_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 25, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1913. NUMBER IB. WW 111851 Record's Big Prize QnfcfoenextShidebaker Subscription Campaign Is "The Talk Of Get a big fly trap. How is your water supply? Guard against typhoid fever. Excursion to Cincinnati next Sunday. The Womans Fair was a success. great mSSB y M . Watfon You You'll find pass on the The Town." they are not split and checKed liKe the ordinary wagon. WHY? Road StudebaKer hubs are made of the best wood for the purpose. Best because of fine close grain. It's tough and strong and when treated with the StudebaKer secret Sealing Fluid it's absolutely weather resisting. And All This Section of Kentucky Hundreds and Hundreds People Are Becoming Interested in the Big Race for Glory and Prizes We keep a hearing of seining in Dix and Eagerly Watching the Campaign of Their "Favorites". Many New river, who knows about it? Contestants Are Entering the Big Prize Competition as More and More Regular services at the Christian People Make Up Their Minds That They Have a Chance, and a Good Church next Sunday morning. One Too, of Winning One of the Valuable Prizes. A great many people are getting some Get An Early Start The Great "Opportunity Vote Offer" Is vsry desirable building lumber from the dismartling of the old Pilgrimage Now in Force and You Get DOUBLE the Usual Number of votes on all distillery. Subscriptions. Someone has suggested that the various their campaign started. We have var- Song" candidates practice the" "Swan winner" "It's a in order that they may be able Right from the start, the Record's ious ways of helping the candidates so to render it in a presentable manner Ricr Prip CamnaiErn snrantr into a that it need only require a little of after the primary. Nomina- your spare time. stride that means success. Two Culling Affrays In County. tions are coming in from all parts of START YOUR CAMPAIGN. the territory of the contest end hunAt Bethel church near Nina, where a Contestants will find that if they dreds and hundreds of people are watch protracted meeting is in progress, on rncp of their "favorites" with Will nnltT 11 fltatl. fvlnnila Innm ing thp they intend to make an active race, last Saturday night, Rolla Simpson cut great interest. John Logan, the knife entering the In a general way, the announcement the friends will be glad to help them right breast above the nipple and very and they will have no trouble in getU! Tomorrow week is the primary, what a relief. of Today is the "25th day of July, sow your turnips, wet or dry". Start Your Campaign At Once. Work is going forward ranidlv on the new filter at the water plant. Over Stocked Now is the time to get Bar gains on Wagons (km V& deserve a careful Investigation on your part even If you are not quite ready to buy. Special Sale on Buggies, Harness, Wagons Don't miss this opportunity. It will only last 30 days. Buggies, Surries, Harness. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. EH ! JirfSiPftirB ngiBfrSii raMrrSiEnsiB. cBHiUPlSllfrllllHii of the big prize competition was the "Talk of the Town" and of all the surrounding country. The two features that seem to attract the most attention are the high quality and large number of the prizes and the way the contest territory is divided into districts. There are three districts with at least four prizes to be awarded to each district and contestants need only compete against those in their own dis trict for any of the district prizes. CLIP THE COUPONS. ting votes and subscriptions. Make up a list of friends, relatives and acquaintances and start out with the determination to call on, write, or telephone all of them this week and get them pledged to your support. You will find that they will be willing to lend a helping hand if you show them that you are in the race TO WIN. BE AN ACTIVE CANDIDATE. luckily for Logan glancing, and making only a flesh wound. The ,injury while very painful, is not considered necessarily dangerous, and it is expected that the young man will be out within a week. Rolla Simpson is a son of Zack i ijysrisi&j&sLjzr&8 VkMxuKmm B. R HUDSON, President. W. O. P.ir.NKY, mri&Mrwmr&jarJBrMrB Vice r. Candidates and their friends should clip the free 100 vote coupons which are in each issue of the paper and bring or send them to the Record office to be nut in the ballot box. Vote cou pons, clipped from the paper, should be ninned together or put in envelopes, Ass't Cash'r. J. S. JOHNSON. J. J. Walker, Jr., Prest. Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANIZED 1S83. V Citizens National Bank g R H with the number of votes in each pack age marked thereon, before placing in the ballot box. HOW TO ENTER. OF LANCASTER, KY. Clin fill in the nomination blank found in this issue and bring or send to the If you have been nominated in this big race, don't be afraid to let your friends know that you are going to make an active race. Everyone loves a hustler and is glad to help anyone who really wants to win, but a person does not like to waste his votes on any candidate who makes a race. Go into the race with a vim and determination to win. Write the contest manager that you wish to become an active candidate and he will send you printed matter and full instructions to start your campaign. half-Leart- Simpson of Nina, and the injured boy is the 3011 of Walker Logan of Hyatts-villIn the vicinity of Sycamore Valley school house on Sunday a young man named Simpson and Claud Bolton became involved in a difficulty in which the latter received a knife thrust in the right breast at the han Is of the former This too was but a flesh wound and no bad results are anticipated. As is usually the case when a row occurs between young men in the country, details are meager and almost unobtainable, and the different stories which are to be gathered are so wide apart as to be wholly irreconcilable, and it will take the court proceedings which invariably follow to get at the true facts of the difficulties. e. W.J. Romans t Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. r H 5 y This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. Si2ySE35J contest manager care of Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Printed matter and full instructions will then be sent the prospective candidate. It costs nothing to enter or try for any of the prizes. The Record has secured an efficient contest manager who will be giad to assist the candidates in getting E$ RESS YOU COOL For The Central Kentucky Fairs. I will give $300. in rewards for the in the Garrard Circuit Court, of persons guilty of a violation of the Bribery Law (Section 15SG Ky Statutes) at the Primary Election of August 2nd, 1913, as follows:-$5for 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 find3 the indictment. This proposition is made to prove that I am willing to spend my money to justify the principles for which I am contending. SEND YOUR PHOTOS. G. B. Swinebroad. Democratic Candidate for County We would like to have the picture of every candidate who intends to make Attorney. an active race for use in the paper. DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING Active candidates should send in their photos at once and we will help boost BY R. MOUNT. your campaign through the paper. Nina July 24th. People who investigate the matter will find this contest different than anything heretofore offered the people of this vicinity. First the contest will run only a few weeks while contests conducted in this vicinity beforp have run for several months. Then the territory is divided into three districts, and at least four prizes will be award ed to each district so that a candidate need only compete with those in her own district for any of the district prizes. This is such a liberal arrangement of districts and prizes that no contestant need hesitate to enter the race and try for the prizes. THIS CONTEST IS DIFFERENT. $300.00 Reward. arrest, and conviction YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED. t 0. IS Our Goods are First Class Our Prices Reasonable. With prompt and courteous treatment we J. DOUBLE VOTES THIS WEEK. We have Light Weight Coats and Trousers in Mohairs, Serges, Gheviots, Etc. AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Just received a new line of Hot Weather Shirts and Collars. New line of Neckwear in all the latest patterns. You will need a New Straw Hat for the Fairs. We have them at reduced prices. Just received from New York a beautiful line of Summer The great "Opportunity Vote Offer" is now in force and you get just double the usual number of votes on all sub- scriptions in before July 31st. Pros pective candidates should take full ad vantage of this magnificent vote offer for under this schedule, votes on subscriptions will count up very rapidly. 75,000 EXTRA VOTES FREE. Paint Lick, July 26th. Court House, July, 28th. Fine Lumber For Sale. We have 200,000 feet of Georgia pine yet unsold can saw any length to suit purchaser. For house or barn. Hughes Bros., i hope to make you a permanent customer. t . Davidson & Doty. t t The first three subscriptions brought (Continued on page 6.) Lancaster, Ky. Great Majestic Range Exhibit, A special representative from the factory will show you why the Majestic bakes so perfectly and heats all Ua.JI-lfra- &. K)jpj lc llli ItEiDlSMIl RviOiiiJ JrMvmli UIIeSQ ONLEGSIFDESIRED MflJE5TIC-MEVER-BUR- Ml ftgsffJU, nQtuSCTZjLiE iK3?AmSLi5&Wi yiS5J iyli23l felitfMlI. 111 fnjfk-- 6fflrSSU " .f Tift r A I K.5ZP5fc ggswH 4 Gaps, Belts, Silk Socks, Etc. Low Shoes in Tans, Patent Leather, White Canvas and Bucks. Garments going at COST. Call on us, we can Ladies Ready-To-Wear the water wanted with thei minimum of fuel. Hot Coffee and Biscuits .Ilillbs a BIRrHWREryDRIPPirt5-P71N5- as served. KETTLE: 14 COFFEEPOT- please you in style and save you money. One Week Only MONDAY, JULY H. T. LOGAN LANGASTER, KY, P. To Saturday Night Aug 2nd CONN BROS. Lancaster, Ky. $8.00 Set of Ware FREE. MWj - II H ll V r PSMr rvjuzsvSzzx w i la IfemA JL. l5E5-fl- 5 R0A5TER- - Children's Day Monday from 3 to 5 V Page 2 The Central Record,'Friday, July 25, 1913. L,et Us Supply Your WW Housefurnishing Needs We have all that is newest and best in 8 J 8 Furniture, Garpets, Mattings, Rugs, Wall Paper, Pictures, Pianos, Organs, Victor-Victrola- s, Typewriters, Etc. "The Store Beautiful." HURT courage, which we regret to say often does not accompany the masculine portion of the community in their efforts in such directions, they pursued the even tenor of their way, redoubling their efforts in the face of probable defeat, and their efforts were finally crowned with success, success even greater than the most sanguine had hoped for or imagined. What makes the efforts of the ladies so much more laudable is the fact that they never hoped for or received one cent of gain for their efforts and trouble, the success of their enterprise was the only reward for their labors; and many of them labored long and faithfully to attain that success, giving many hours of many days to the furtherance of the scheme upon which their hearts were set. All honor to the courage and persev erance of the good women of Lancaster, and may the Woman's Fair become a permanent institution in Lancaster, an annual event, and one which will in the future be far more liberally patronized than wa3 their maiden efforts, and the greatest patronage it could possibly have, we can assure you would be richly deserved. and ANDERSON LANCASTER, KY. Up. "Swatting The Fly" In Earnest. "The Bright Spot In Lancaster." The Central Record incorporated. $1.00 Another Handsome Residence Going Tercy Burnside Still Confined To His Bed. At The Woman's Fair The Following Are Hurt-Thom- as. Best oil painting Miss Issued Weekly. best water color painting Margaret Cook, best china painting Mamie Bas-tiJ. E. ROBINSON. Editor. pastel painting Mamie Bastin, R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. study from nature Mrs. F. S. Hughes, head in oil Mamie Walter, head in Entered at the Tost Office In Lancaster, Ky., water color Mrs. Will Cook, crayon Second-Clas- s Mull Matter. as sketch Mrs. Robert Bruce, stencil work, Keep Your Stock Up Or They Will Be Member Kentucky Press Association Mrs. Joe E. Wright, Collection AmaChildren By The Wagon Load. and teur Kodak Work Clinton Bastin. Impounded. The prize of five dollars given by Mr. Black cake Mrs. Ed Price, two loaves Eighth District Publishers League. Many complaints are being made R. H. Batson to the largest wagon load of light bread Mr3. Sam Haselden, about stock running at large, and the of country children brought to the Fair white mold cake Mrs. Wm. Palmer. Lancaster, Ky., July 25, 1913. n. n chief of police wishes to serve notice was awarded to Mr. uen button, ne bowl charlotte Russe no entry, baked that he will place in the stray pen all brought in 33 while his nearest opponent Lid ham C. W. B. M., Yellow Sponce stock found running at large from this Rates For Political Announcements Mr. James .Ballard, had 31 and was cake Mrs. Lee Hagan, angel food cake date. Several nice lawns have been awarded the second prize. Mr. Batson Mrs. Ed Price, two dozen beaten bisThe Heated Season Broken By Rain. and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 For Precinct ruined lately by the ravages of horses 10.00 then gave tickets to all the children in cuit Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith, white Vor County Offices On last Saturday the severe drought both wagons, which together with the and cows running at large. 15.00 For State and District Offices layer cake Mrs. Rebecca West. was broken almost throughout the five dollar prize was very liberal in this 10 For Calls, per line Devils food cake Mrs. Charles Bal-leLear Property Sold. county, the town coming in for a copi10 merchant. For Cards, per line plate Mrs. Kinnaird ous shower, the first in five weeks. In For all publications in the interMr. V. A. Lear as executor of his Warner, one dozen chicken croquets some parts of the county the rain was Laborious Task. est of individuals or expresno entry, dish fried chicken C. W. B. mothers estate, on last Thursday sold accompanied by severe and destructive sion of individual views, per the property owned by her at the time Mr. J. W. Hamilton, Clerk of the M.t one dozen salmon croquets no enwind and hail, and much damage done; 10 line of her death, on the Lexington pike, to try, Jar canned fruit Mrs. Joe Mount, trees were denuded of their branches Garrard County Court, has just com 05 Obituaries, per line Mr. Ashby Arnold at $130.50 per acre. apple pie Mrs. Sam Haselden, lemon and in some cases blown down, tele pleted the laborious task of compiling The property consisted of about 59 pie Mrs. Sam Haselden, glass of jelly phone poles were blown down, the for the sheriff the tax books of Garacres. The sale was at public out cry Mrs. Lee Hagan, pint jar preserves We are authorized to announce the wires tangled and srvice badly deran- rard County for the year 1913, and the and the bidding was spirited, the place following candidates for Democratic same are now in the hands of sheriff Mrs. J. R. Saselden, pint sour pickles ged. no entry, pint swoet pickles Mrs. Joe Nominations. Two Splendid Old Gentleman On Sick being an unusually desirable one. Over in the vicinity of Nina tobacco Ballard, the following shows the vari Mount. the ous revenues placed in the hands of the was severely damaged by the hail, Best embroidered pillow cases and For State Senator. "Farmer" Bob Hughes. List. crops of Messrs Webb and Joe Kelly sheriff for collection. sheets Mrs. Alex Robinson, hemstitchCHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. Total state tax Messrs Hughes & Swinebroad the being almost entirely destryed. S32.S00.92 ed pillow Capt. J. A. Doty and Mr. Thomas cases and sheets Mrs S. M. Of Casey County. real estate agents, sold for Mr. B. F. $33,782.04 Local insurance agents have about County (property) tax Anderson have been confined to their Saufley, hand embroidered shirt waist 4,234.50 respective home because of illness for Hudson to R. E. Hughes, of Louisville twenty five claims for injury to tobacco County (poll) tax Mrs. Robert Harding, specimen croFor Representative. Ky., a track of 178 acres of land on the crops as a result of the hail. A large County school (property) tax.. 10,217.03 the past week, but favorable reports chet (any kind) Mrs. Ed Price, 2,519.00 come from both of them, and we are Lexington pike near town, the price tobacco barn in course of construction County school (poll)tax JOHN M. FARRA. specimen drawn work Mrs. R. H. paid being private. This is a part of on the farm which Mr. B. F. Hudson County dog tax 1,211.00 hoping to see them around again in a J. R. MOUNT. specimen Mount Batson. Meliis the famous Beazley Bros farm and is recently sold to Mr. R. E. Hughes was The total amount of taxes to be colfew days. county, blown down. The cloud preceeding the lected for County purposes is$39,227.54 Mrs. J. C. Hemphill, embroidered one of the best farms in the For County Judge. center piece Mrs. Homer Tinsley, and Bob is congratulated upon securing downpour was the most angry one ever To this will be added the amount A Nice Gentleman And A Sure Winner. specimen punch work Mrs. Robert CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. a desirable piece, of property. such seen in the locality and much more se- collected on omitted property, such as Harding, specimen irish crochet Mrs. A. BEAZLEY. LibJAMES Hon. Chas. F. Montgomery of vere damage than really occured was the sheriff will find and have assessed J. E. Robinson, specimen needle point erty was in town on last Saturday mak and that which will be collected by the anticipated. Next Monday County Court Day. Mrs. J. M. Farra, specimen tatting For Sheriff. ing the acquaintance of the voters of State Revenue agents upon property Mrs. Jno. Baughman, hand embroiderNext Monday is county court day, the "We Have Met The Enemy And They Are omitted in assessment by the county. Mr. Montgomery is the the owners. ed baby dress C. A. ROBINSON. Mrs. Frank Marksbury, last one before the primary election, only candidate before the coming priAnd from the whole sum will be deASHBY ARNOLD. embroidered towl Miss Annie Tribble, mary for the democratic nomination and a large crowd is expected. Call at Ours." ducted the delinquent polls and such .specimen cross stitch Mrs. John the Record office, the latch string is on for the State Senate, and is just as property as the County Court may For County Attorney.- Our ball team on Friday last battled Shackelford, specimen filet crochet sure to be a winner in November as he the outside and you will be accorded a In the year 1912 the Fiscal i cordial reception. The Contest Editor with the crack Stanford team in a Mrs. John Farra. prettiest crochet G. B. SWINEBROAD. is at the primary. Mr. Montgomery Court of Garrard County expended for mat Mrs. Cronley Broaddus. GREEN CLAY WALKER. was accompanied by "T" Carpenter, will be in the office prepared to give twelve inning contest which resulted all purposes $41, 509.53, as shown by the Best article infants lingerie (hand 4 to 3 in favor of our one the noblemen of Hustonsville, who you an me lniormation you may aesire in a final score of treasurers settlement filed in the Gar- made) Mrs. Pat Anderson, best made For Jailer. in regard to the big contest we are boys. The game was a thrilling one has an extensive acquaintance in LanEspecially not- - rard County Clerk's office. This does infants dress Mrs. Effie Drake, best pulling off If you are not a subscriber, from start to finish. JACK ADAMS. caster and vicinity. not include the sum paid the sheriff for made dress (age any) Mrs. Ed Perkins allow us to place you on our list, if you iceble was the work of the batteries of DAVE ROSS. each team as no scores were made on collecting the taxes nor the amount best made waist Mrs. Theo Currey, already take the paper, extend or pay Stick Horse Judges. paid on sheep claims out ot the dog best made apron Mrs. J. H. Baughman For Assessor. up your subscribtion and cast your either side after the third inning until Messrs A. E. Hundley, Howard votes for some of those contestants the exciting twelfth, when two singles, tax. The Court however, will not best made handkerchief Mrs. Ira G. DAVE C. SANDERS. Vanarsdall and D. A. Thomas, were who are so eagerly seeking to win .one a sacrifice and an infield hit by Carlton have so much money for disposition in Taylor, best made table cloth or set 1913 as in 1912. E. B. RAY. tne judges for the "stick horse" race. of the handsome prizes offered. of napkins Mrs. J. H. Baughman, best Elkin, placed our boys on the winning Only three entries were in this race, article rolled'and whipped Mrs. Dr. side. For School Superintendant. An Appeal To Good Citizenship. one little girl and two boys, one boy Evans, $5 00 awarded to Chairman of Twice did Halcomb from Bryantsville Reduction In Parcels Post Rates. stumped his toe and fell down in the MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. show his superior slab work, when in We, as citizens of Garrard county, exeibit receiving the popular vote Mrs. Postmaster General Burleson has an the eighth inning, with three on bases desiring the uplift of moral conditions George Robinson, Quaintest, old fashifirst heat; some think his fair opponent was the cause or the fall, that he saw nounced that upon August 15th there and one down, he fanned two men and in our county, and looking to the best on hat, worn by exhibitor in auditoriFor Magistrate. a girl in the race, others say he saw will become effective a partial recon retired the side without a score. Again interests of the coming generation as um from three to three thirty, Friday 1st District. the judges and knew he would have no struction of the Parcels Post system, in the ninth, with a man on third and well as of the present; appeal to all afternoon Nancy Walker, best stick-hors- e JOHN N. WHITE. chance, as all three bow down to the which will be accompanied by a mater- one on first base, with only one out, he good citizens of our beloved county, rider, boy or girl under six, on SHIPTONH. ESTES. gentler sex and never turn one of any ial reduction of the rates now in effect. set the following two batters down in regardless of creed or party affiliation, the campus at 3.30 Saturday decoraDAVIS SUTTON. age down. Still the awarding of the The changes will consist of the raising order on strikes, thus again retiring to consider seriously the conditions that tion considered Elizabeth Logan SimpJAMES H. DALTON. prize to Miss Elizabeth Logan Simpson, of the present weight limit of eleven the side without a run showing his ex- confront us and to lend their aid in bet- son. 2nd District Best Crocheted Counterpane, Mrs met with applause and approval and we pounds to a maximum of twenty pounds treme coolness in pinches. He was tering the same. Cronley Broaddus. calico quilt, C. W. hope "A" and Howard will never go out the consolidation of the first and second ably assisted by his catcher, Arthur CHARLES C. BECKER. In as much as the political parties in of their clasc any more and try to judge zone into a new second zone, a reduc- Joseph, who seemed to understand his sister counties have recently so univ- B. M. silk quilt, Mrs. B. F. Walter, TAYLOR T. BURDETT. tion of rates in the first and second delivery, a3 well as the remainder of ersally taken steps to secure clean and most interesting old quilt, Mrs. John LOGAN ISON. other than "stick" horses. zones ranging from one fifth to one the team. Mr. Floyd Wright, of Lib- legal elections, we therefore appeal to Francis, best knitted counterpane, Mrs We are authorized to announce the Election Officers Appoinied To Serve At third of the present rates and the sub- erty, playing short for our team, deliv- each officer of the law having in charge Dr. Evins, woven rag rug, Mrs H B stitution of a convenient rate chart to ered an errorless game and made some the conducting of "the coming primary, Ray, best hooked rag rug, Mrs J W following candidates for city offices. replace the cumbersome parcels post very pretty plays during the afternoon. Aug. 2nd to so enforce the law as to Miller, plaited rug, Mrs Wm Simpson, August 2d Primary. For Police Judge. map now in use for determining the Herron played an errorless game and bring about an election day in harmony best pair home made curtains, Mrs Lil The following gentlemen have been location of various points and the rate had it not been for ttie excellent field- with good morals and true citizenship. lian O'Bannon. E. W. HARRIS. appointed to serve as election officers thereto. No other zones save those ing of Anderson, the Stanford left J. P. PRATHER. It is a well known fact that in the Best basket assorted vegetables, Mrs the various voting precincts of the at mentioned will be effected by the pro- fielder, he would have batted perfect past the election law has not been prop- J. M. Farra, basket assorted truit, Mr. county at the Primary Election to be posed change. Joe Mount, prettiest old fashioned for the day, which is a record Sterling erly enforced in Garrard county; The citizens of Lancaster and Gar- held on August 2d. Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie, handsomproud of. Our infielders, 1st; booths have not always been so should be rard county would do well to take a Court House No. 1., Wesley Bourne, An Ounce Of Prevention. John Mount, Babe Lawson and Elmer located as to make it possible for real est fern, Mrs J. R. Mount Jack Clark Judges, W. R. Cook Sheriff, lesson in perseverence from the ladies Pen best barred plymoth rocks, Louis Every paper gives an account of "a Miller, played wonderful ball and added law inforcement, 2nd. ropes have not Tinder, best white leghorns, Jno Mount who managed and put through to a F. F. Hurt Clerk. East Park No. 2. successful finish the Woman's Fair, A. K. Walker, J. P. Doty, Judges, H. new case of typhoid fever", and the very much to the result of the game. always been stretched the required pen best Rhode Island reds, Joe Mount. distance from the voting booths. which was held in Lancaster, during K. Herndon. Sheriff, Sam Denny, Clerk. disease is confined to no particular lo- Our outfield, Carlton Elkin, John Best water color or pastel, Margaret and Harry Anderson did ex- 3rd; party workers have had free acdays of last week, and if some of West Park No. 3. L. L. Walker, Bascom cality. We have heard of none in this two Cook, best crocheting Mildred Beazley, cellent work and killed many hits that cess to territory a round the booths prothe attempted enterprises of the com- Ford, Judges, J. W. Sweeney, Sheriff, immediate vicinity, but this is no indibest pencil drawing Will Rice Amon, munity in the last few years had been Henry Moore Clerk. West Brvantsville cation or guarantee that there will be would have resulted in many runs, but hibited by law. 4th. the law prohibit- best plate candy Nancy Lep Hagan, ing the use of money and liquor has No. 4., John Shearer, J. B. Ruble, none. "An ounce of preventative is for their fast fielding. attended with the perseverence which best embroidered or hand m- - .e'garment Dr Wm. Burnett, who was selected not been enforced as it should be. was noticeable among these good ladies Judges, B. B. Montgomery, Sheriff, G. worth a pound of cure". Lancaster Desiring that our county shall be be- for doll Mary Davis. they would not have been abandoned, A. Bowling, Clerk. East Bryantsville has had typhoid before, and it most as- by Capt Joseph to umpire the game, Boy baby in best physicial condition but on the contrary carried forward to No. 5., Nathan Noe, N. J. Gosney, suredly will have it again, therefore it performed his part well and did much hind in no movement that is for the Eugene Patterson Brown, girl baby in Judges, John Ham, Sheriff, J. H. behooves every person to guard against credit to himself and the team, as also uplift of the people of our commonultimate success. best physical condition Evelyn Hurt. The Woman's Fair was a scheme Ballard, Clerk. Buckeye No. 6., Ray- it, and to take every precaution lest Jid Robt Elkin who umpired the bases. wealth, and being full aware of the mond Ray, Robert Burton, Judges, T. they or theirs fall a victim to the terThe Stanford boys presented an ex- awakening of the public conscience so formulated in the minds of Lancaster Ice Cream Supper. ladies, and was prompted by a, desire O. Hill, Sheriff, Porter Wearren, Clerk. rible malady. It is useless to repeat cellent team as well as a well generally; we make this appeal, bereWalkers' No. 7., W. T. Watson, Alex. here the various precautionary meas- behaved one and under the Captainship lieving that our citizens who have alThe Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist to furnish in a suitable manner the cently completed school building, a Layton, Judges, Wm. Wheeler, Sheriff, ures which are recommended as safe- of Joe Hill, they presented that clean ways shown themselves brave and true church will give an ice cream supper at the home of Mr. Ambrose Bourne on most laudable desire, and one well J. H. Posey. Clerk. Paint Lick No. 8., guards against it, let us say only that base ball that the public so much en- will respond by heartily in forming such public sentiment as the New Danville pike on the evening worthy of the success which crowned N. W. Rodgers, J. B. Wynn, Judges, cleanliness is thechief of all safeguards, joys. The Record hopes that the boys will shall make conditions that have existed of August 2d. Automobiles will run their efforts. Many times during the T. R. Slavin, Sheriff, W. L. Carman, cleanliness as to food, drink and percourse of their preparations the out- Clerk. Union No. 9., J. W. Tatum. sonal habjtJ, observe these as closely continue their good work and believe in the past impossible for the future. from Lancaster and return to accomMinisterial Association of modate those who may wish to patronize look looked 'exceedingly gloomy for Woods Walker. Judges, Jack Edwards, as possible and the danger will be re- the public will support them if as good Lancaster, Ky. the supper. ball is played as was last Friday. duced to the minimum. their success, but with an indomitable Sheriff and J. H. McQuerry, Clerk. n, . . te tea-cakI bo-qu- a year. Mr. H. C. Hamilton has "well under construction a handsome bungalow on the lot adjoining the home of the late John K. West on Richmond avenue. The residence is to be modern in every particular and when completed will be one of the handsomest and bestappoint-e- d homes in Lancaster. Many Lancaster business men have proenred and placed in front of their places of business large fly traps with a capacity of aboit a half bushel, and the good results are pleasantly noticeable. The Kengarlan Hotel is reaping a harves of fully two bushels a day, and the comfort of the guests is enhanced one hundred per cent. Manager George Wright of the fly traps is kept busy harvesting the catch, baiting and resetting the traps. If every store in town was provided with one of these traps, the number of fiies in the community would be reduced to a far greater extent than was ever be fore known. Try it. Tercy Burnside, the Record's right hand man, whose illness was reported last week, is yet confined to his bed at the home of his father. "Jack" had a narrow escape from a siege of fever, but owing to the loving care and attention of his sisters, it is thought this was averted, and it will only require a little time to put him on his feet again. The First Prize Winners. Miss daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Sallie Elkin, of this county and Charley Elizabeth Hurt, youngest Thomas, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Jam Thomas, formerly of this county. now residing in Lincoln, were marrktl in Lexington on last Wednesday the ICth inst. The young couple will make their home in Lexington where the groom has a good position with L. L. Roberts the furniture man. Belter Be Careful With The Water. Hrt bt The Water Works Department bitterly complains that its frequent warnings in regard to the extravagance with the water are eoimr unheeiW. They say that unless there is a tendency upon the part of many of the citizens to dc more saving with the water, that stern necessity and the desire to nrevent a water famine will compel them to cut oil the water of those who do not u:e it in a conservative manner. Th-- j Waterworks people have a list of people who allow snravs to run in thiir yards for hours at a time, of those who do not conhne the use of the hose to prescribed hours and of all those who are recklessly extravagant with the water, and unless they speedily change their ways, their water will be cut off. Crab Orchard. Of the many resorts our Blue Grass state can boast of no other can come up to the well known old Crab Orchard Springs. It is now crowded to it.i utmost capacity with young and old. from all the states in the union, yet Ma and Pa seem to have a rubber room hidden sjme place. As the crowd comes in many anxiou3 guests stand in wonder saying, "where can these new arrivals be placed". They soon see the busy porters hurrying to and fro unlocking some hidden away apartment, and placing grips here and there. After watch ing we see them coming out on the grounds looking fresh and happy; and as they give one glance around the grounds, thev soon notice that the crowd is mixed together. Soon the glad sound of the gong is heard, giving a royal welcome to the Dining Hall, they say aloud, "why my train has only been in an hour, I am glad to be here, and have met almost every one already. The congeniality that surrounds the dear old place makes one feel as if they had just gotten back again. The only complair.theard among the guests, is. "I have eaten too much". The table is filled with the best the land can afford. Every amusement is offered for the pleasure of the guests, tennis, croquet fishing, and a delightful swimming pool near the hotel which freshens us all, from the child of three, to the maiden girl of three score years and ten, the old and the yonng, the child and the maiden all alike seem to have tasted from the health giving waters of thi3 dear old place. The following are the names of a few of the guests registered Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Young, Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Porter, Macon, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Banks and children. New Orleans, La. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Allen, Chattanooga. Mrs. C. A. Rucker, Tex. B. P. Smith and wife Daytona, Fla. Mrs. James Tarvis, Washington D. C. E. J. Laigh and wife, Cincinnati, Ohio. T. Y. Hedden, Quincey 111. Mr. Mrs. Joe Alexander, . Ashland. Ned Bergman, Nashville. P. K. Arrington, KnoxvillP, Tenn. Mrs. Jay Davis Wellford, California. Col. W . E. Smedley, Salt Lake City Utah. R. E. Bowling, Birmingnam, Ala. Mrs. Coleman, Macon, Ga. Miss Nellie Denham, Oklahoma City, Okla. Mr. Carson, Columbus, Ga Jim. Warfield, Macon Ga. :El-Pa- LANCASTER. Sam Denny, Joe Price, Joe Haselden, Billy Burton. Dave Thomas, Jake Robinson, Lewis Gill, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Elkin, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Storms, Mis3 Shelby Mason, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. ..J Swidebroad and Mr. T. K. Watson. RICHMOND. Mrs. Lizzie Shackelford, Mrs. R. L. Blanton, Mr. and Mrs. Kit Chenault, Mrs. Mary Well3. Julia Higgins, Lewis ) Herrington and family. t u - SFr rf. t- :' - -- i- "- - w?-.- J' The Central Seeof d, Friday, July W4fM Ml , 1 1 3, Page 3 What To & Do with tute A Drunken Man Or A Morphine User Or Tebaoeo Aidct, Cheap Cures. cimvemeiK.-eb. is the only Keeley InstiTake him directly to Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Kentucky,-whicin Kentucky or Tennessee. There the man will be given a splendid room, a trained nurse will be placed in charge of him and he will be cared for like a king. When the course of treatment is completed he will have lost all desire for liquor or drugs and will be ready to stait life anew. 400,000 men and women cured, 25,000 of whom are Physicians. We have a large comfortable, convenient and private institute, with all uimtern Broad verandas, large, Our Medical Department. Our Physician in charge is a specialist in the treatment of Drug and Liquor habits, and does no other practice. The medical work both in the examination and treatment of patients, is of the most painstaking character. The nurses are especially qualified for this class of cases. The whole atmosphere of the place is that of the most marked kindness, sympathy and consideration for the patient's comfort and happiness. Every effort is put forth to keep them in the greatest comfort at all times. Their friends may visit them andjvitness the treatment. to speak with the name of Dr. Leslie E. Keeley." REV. JENKIN LLOYD JONES, Chicago. rooms with electric lights, hot and cold baths; also fitted up and arranged so as to combine the advantage of easy elegant sechisJon with the most cheerful and home-lik- e surroundings. Both ladie's and gentlemen are admitted. "It becomes my duty 32 years in operation and still the best. Patients are not confined. Patients are not nauseated, nor made ill. The Keeley Treatment has now been before the public for more g "The Keeley Cure has saved where nothing It has on it the else under Heaven would mark of the approval of the Lord God Almighty." REV. T. DEWITT TALMAGE. "I desire to express my gratification with results of the Keeley Cure on those of my troop who have taken it, as well as on other old and good soldiers in other troops that I have known for years. It is noticeable that those requiring and taking the treatment are the very best soldiers in my command." CAPT. EZRA B. FULLER, 7th Cavalry Commanding Troop E. "I tested this cure: I selected a half dozen of the toughest products of alcoholism which the Chicago saloons had been able to turn out, and the drunken-mak- g ing shops in no other city can beat them in their line of g workmanship. The experimental cases were sent down g to Keeley, one at a time, extending over a period of j several weeks. And in due time they were all returned B to me, looking as if a veritable miracle had been wrought upon them, The change for the better was so great that I scarcely recognized them. They went away sots and returned gentlemen. It was amazing, and converted me to a belief in the efficacy of Dr. Keeley's treatment for alcoholism and opium." HON. JOSEPH MEDILL, Late Editor Chicago Tribune "I have sent two hundred of my employes, from butchers to foreman, and all have been permanently cured. (From a personal letter to Dr. Keeley.) I dD not think there is any one thing or any one man who ever did the good to humanity that you are doing with jour cure." P. D. ARMOUR. Late head of the Armour Packing Compang, Chicago. III. The treatment removes the poison, builds up thenerves, improves manhood clears the brain, makes a man out of a nervous wreck, stop3 all craving for liquor. Liquor patients require 4 weeks treatment. Drug patients require 4 to 6 weeks. Cigaretts and Tobacco patients require 2 to 4 weeks. Price for four weeks' treatment for either Liquor or Drug $100. Keeley Treatment for Tobacco or Cigarette habit, 50 for two weeks at Crab Orchard, Ky Keeley Institute. Home Treatment for Tobacco addiction, 5 per pair. Keeley Home Treatment for Neurasthenia or Nerve Exhaustion. 8 per pair bottles.) Board is additional, $7.50 per week. Skillful nurses in attendance. Charitable Societies send men here. That's real charity. Big contractors send their employes here. It pays. The best Lodges send men to cured. That's true brotherhood. )2.8-oun- than thirty-tw- o years. It is recognized as the only safe and reliable t treatment for Liquor and Drug Using before the public. We publish received herewith a few of the many testimonials and endorsements from prominent men in different parts of the country and in different walks of life. These men have national, and in some cases international reputations. Such testimonials and endorsements could not be purchased at any price. 36 Do it novv. "It is because I know it does save them, because I know it is God's truth tha1. 1 take the deepest interest in the Keeley Cure, and so long as I live I shall raise my voice in advocating its efficacy. The wealthy men and Doctors come themselves. Shows what they think. 4HOTELS 4 RT. REV JOHN SHANLEY, Bishop of North Dakota. Th e Keeley I 1 Institute Address J. B. Willis, Manager. CRAB ORDHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. Light airy connecting rooms. Capacity 500 guests. 100.000brick building. 85 acres Shady Woodland. Finest in the South hot and cold shower and tub baths. Boating, hunting and fishlake 18 teet deep. ing. A four-acr- e 1 2 miles from Dix river. 70 ft. solid concrete bathing "pool 'Grand Ball room, Electric light and ice plant. Long distance phone, four daily trains, express, free auto gaiage, livery in connection. Reduced rates on all railroads. Bus meets all trains, two each way daily. Fine band, in summer. In Lincoln County, Ky., on Knoxville branch L. & N., 115 miles from Louisville, CO miles from Lexington, 139 miles south of Cincinnati: Special Railroad Rates. they spent a few days. Miss Josephine Carpenter has returnMiss Lottie Carson is the guest of ed after a pleasant visit to her sister Miss Allie Yantis, Lancaster. Mrs Homer Carpenter at Shelbyville. Mrs. L. B. Hilton went to Brodhead Mr. A. S. Philips who has been visitThursdav to visit her parents. ing his parents in London has gone Mrs J B Paxton and daugher Miss back to Lexington where he is employed. Jean are visiting Garrard Co. friends. Airs W A Tribble and children motorMrs W S Denham went to Crab Or- ed to Maysville Thursday to be the chard Friday to spend the rest of the guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J C Pickett. summer. Miss Pearl Aldridge who has been in Rev. and Mrs J B Jones are rejoicing over the arrival of a little daughter Durant Okla for some time is at home for the summer with her parents, Mr Bessie Lee. and Mrs. H D Aldridge. Mr Joe T Embry who has a position Miss Prill Newbern who has been in the Auditors office at Frankfort is visiting her grandmother Mrs M J here with his family. Adams and her aunt Mrs T W PenningMisses Josephine and Lucy Severance ton has returned to her home in of Frankfort are the guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Severance. Mrs James Reid who is visiting her Mr and Mrs Albert Severance and mother Mrs. Mattie White and sister son Heath are in Richmond visiting Mrs Sam Castello has gone to Harrods-bur- g Miss Mattie Tribble. to join her husband where they Mr. J N Sanders and daughter Sop- will visit Mr Reid's relatives before hia have returned after a visit to his returning to their home in New York. sitter at Buck Horn. Great interest is being taken in the Mr and Mrs A I Mums have returned preparations for the Knights of Pythias from the Crab Orchard Springs where Fair of Stanford which is to be held STANFORD. Aug 20, 21 and 22. In addition to the commodious buildings of last year a Floral Hall with 3200 feet of floor space has been erected. With the big premium list of this fair the ladies are taking quite an interest in making the pretty things on which the premiums are offered. L'AINT L1UK. Mr. Harry Rice of Richmond has been he guest of his cousin Currey Rice. There will be a supper at the Baptist church at Wallaceton Saturday night. Mrs. N. Mays is spending some time at the Pattie A. Clay Infirmery at Richmond. Mrs. Fred Hall was called to Louisville Monday by the serious illness of her sister. Miss Mattie Cabell Woods has been the guest of her aunt Mrs. Sallie at Lancaster. There will be services at New Hope church next Sabbath morning conducted by the regular pastor. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders motored from Crab On hard Sunday and were guests of Mrs. Hiram Rav. Master Burnette Sanders of Crab Orchard is visiting his cousins Misses Sallie Lou Teater and Ethyl Kay. Air. and Airs. Walter Davis of Bryantsville were guests at the home J. E. Scott and family motored to Dr. G. M. Hendren was in Nicholas- of Dr. and Airs. G. AI. Hendren Sunday. Shakertown and Brooklyn Sunday after- ville Monday. Jliss Her Hill entertained a few of noon. Miss Barbara Gulley is visiting Mrs. her friends Thursday afternoon in honor Mrs. Fred Kemper of Kansas City Roy Sanders at Nina. of Aliss Alamye Crutchfield of Nichola-vill- e. Mo. is the guest of Albert Skinner and A Protracted meeting is in session at family. Air. and Mrs. Richard Burton ami the Methodist church here". Master Wesley Fain is having a children motored from Bryantsville Miss Metcalf of Judson was with her pleasant visit with his grand-parenat sister Airs. Robert Carter last week. Sunday and were guests of Mrs. Forest Stapp. Somerset. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burton'of Louis- Aliss Agnes Miles entertained at Misses Nannie Mae and Grace Ison of J ville are the guests of Mrs. A. C. Miles. dinner Sunday in honor of Aliss Nancy Richmond are with their grand-fathe- r Mrs. Forest Curtis and children were Long, Dr. Boggs, and Air. Edward Mr. S. N. Ison. guests of Mrs. Hiram Cornelison of Richmond. the week-en- d Messrs Richard and Chas Lethers of Ray. Airs. J. S. Gilbert was hostess at an Faulkner were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Houston of Paris returned home elegant dinner Tuesday. The honor IJUENA VISTA W. H. Duncan Sunday. last Saturday after a visit to Mrs. J. S. guests were Airs. Houston of Paris and Miss Mary Skinner of North Dakota Gilbert. Aliss Bessie Rifre of Hustonville. Mr. S. N. Ison is on the sick list is the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adams and son Homer Airs. W. T. Noel entertained at a Mr. and Mrs. R. D. McMurtry were Mrs. Alberta Skinner. Cassel of Belleview are visiting Mrs. very sumptuous dinner Sunday. Her in Lancaster Saturday. Mr. McDanlel of Lexington was a Clecor Ray. guests were AI.s. Elizabeth Joseph, Aliss Mr. M. A. Hamilton visited relatives recent guest of Miss Doty the attractive Hopper and Misses Hester and Mary Banks Scotta Petty, Alessrs guest of Mrs. J. K. Daugherty. in Lancaster last week. Anderson of Stanford are visiting Mrs. Arthur Joseph of Lancaster and Silas Mrs. Folger has returned to her home J. M. Amon. and Elmer Anderson of Stanford. T. M. Scott and family were visitors Mrs. Jeaffeny Morgan and children of White Station visited her sister Mrs. R. G. Woeds Saturday and Sunday. Miss Sallie B. Woods was the week end guest of Miss Annie Belle Burn-sid- e and attended the ladies fair at Lancaster. After several weeks visit to Her aunt Mrs. Wm. Fitzpatrick, Miss Ethyl Stone has returned to her home at Shelbyville. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McWhorter have n for their guests, her mother Mrs. of London, and Mrs. Laban Kirke of Paintsville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Cross and little daughter of Emma Texas, have been the guests of Messrs Walter and Oscar Hammock and families. Bol-de- in Nicholasville Sunday. in Somerset after a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Poor spent the her daughter Mrs. Walter Fain. Rev. Godbey of Nicholasville deliverweek's end with relatives in Wilmore. Miss Florence Christopher is visiting ed two excellent sermons at Brown's chapel Sunday morning and afternoon. friends and relatives in Harrodsburg. Mr. Wm. Proctor of Mercer visited 1SUCKKYK. his daughter Mrs. Will Scoti last week. I ts KM EVERYBODY IS GOING TO THE SIX BIG Days arid Nights, Commencing BLUE GRASS FAIR AUGUST ELEVENTH ,n62?ums 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 the best. Reduced Rates on all Roads. For Catalog or Further Information Address JOHN W. BAIN, Sec, Lexington, Ky. .& Page 4 The Central Record, Friday, July 25, 1913. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Best Premium List Ever Offered Largely increabed premiums insure the largest play of Fine Stock ever shown on the famous grounds. dis- - The Great Danville FAIR Most Attractive Grounds in Kentucky. The Music Will be a Big Feature. TVP MiSS Three Bi'Sf Saddle Colt' Futurity Stakes. Charlotte Brand. Day. IVlGrrU'O'iwO'UillCL For Children, and Clean, McalSide Shows For Everybody. T5 j3 a Noted Vocal Soloist will render a Special Program Each Wait For The Biggest And Big Premiums For stock of aii kinds. Department. Best Fair to be Held in Ky. For Futher Information Address H. C BRIGHT, Secretary, Danville, Kentucky. Rid Your Children Of Worms. You can change Unsightly Face Spots. Bigger And Better Poultry JiHYANTSVILLE Mr. Logan Burke has been very much worse since Sunday. Mrs. Hogan Ballard spent last week with her mother in Nicholasville. Miss Edna Berkele has been the guest of friends here for a week. Miss Pauline Burdette of Burgin has been visiting her sister Mrs. Herbert Brooks. Mrs. George T. Ballard of Lancaster is here at the bedside of her father Mr B. F. Jennings. Miss Elizabeth Bryant has returned home after taking a course at the Richmond Normal. fretful, ft L To My Friends IN Garrard County. I am back home 'again for a while, after a seven months tour through the South dies. advertising My and a selling my Indian Remetrip was great The North Western success, selling children into healthy, happy youngsters, by ridding them of worms. Tossing, rolling, grinding of teeth, crying out while asleep, accompanied with intense thirst, pains in the stomach and bowels, feverishness and bad breath, are symptoms that worms indicate Kickapoo Worm Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge, expels the worms' regulates the bowels restores your children to health and happiness. Mrs. J. A. Brisbin. of Elgie, III., says: "I have used Kickapoo Worm Killer for years, and entirely rid my children of worms. I would not be withoutit." Guaranteed. All druggists, or by mail. Price 25c. Kickapoo Indian Medicine Co., Philadelphia and St Louis. R. E. McRoberts & Son. Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment, which heals all skin eruptions No matter how long ydu have .been troubled by itching, burning, or sealy 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 Ointmentcured itintwo weeks" Guaranteed to relieve or money refunded. All druggists, or by mail Price 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Philadephia and St. Louis. DAIIN MOWER. J MAKKSKUK. Jim Clark sold a mule lor 175. Born to the wife of Mr. W. L. Doolie a girl. Mrs. Jim Clark has been quite sick for several days. Mr. Sim Turner returned from a visit to relatives at Lexington. The Ladies of Pleasant Grove church realized $40 from their supper Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark were week end guests of her sister Mrs. Frank Land of Guns Chapel. Miss Emarine Burnette of Jacksonville Mississippi arrived here Sunday evening to be the guest of Miss Margaret Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Broadus have had for their guests recently Mrs. Mary Broadus Mrs. T. S. Walls and two daughters of Trenton Ohio. Mrs. Bettie Kemper and son West who are the guests of Mrs. Margaret Sutton have returned from a visit to the familv of Mr. Al Skinner of Buena Vista. Nellie the 5 year old child of Mr. Bob Clark who has for the past few weeks been suffering with a bad case of appendicitis is reported some better at this time. Mrs. Sallie Fox and son entertained at their home Sunday the following guests Mrs. Sophronia Fox Mrs. Sallie Buster and son, Mr. Wm. Buster.Dan-vill- e and the Misses Moore of Mississippi. Mrs. Wm. Blanks was seriously injured by a fall on last Saturday morn ing, wrenching the leaders just under the knee. Her physician states that s'le will be unable to walk for about 6 Wjeks. Mrs. Rufus Moss was badly frightened last Friday morning when she received a snake bite (as she thought) on her foot while gathering vegetables for dinner. Her physician pronounced it a snake bite and in a short time had the wound dressed. It was fortunate the reptile was not a poisonous one. advertising and getting results than ever. I am getting hundreds of letters, better 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, DAKOTA JACK, Cow Boy. more medicine,doing more PKEAUHEUSVILLK. Mrs. William Richardson has" been complaining. Miss Kate Payne was the guest of Mrs. John Naylor Sunday. Miss Ida Holtzclaw was visiting her sister Mrs. D. M. Anderson on Sunda. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones of Stanford, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown of ford, were the guest of Mr. and I J. M. Cress Sunday. Mr. Willis Bell is sick with measles at the home of his aunt Mrs. James Mosier near Paint Lick. Mrs. H. G. Cummins who has been sick so long but was thought to be recovering is again quite sick. Mr. and Mrs, Burch Hester of near btanford visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Anderson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Curtis and children of Garrard, visited Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Lunsford last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thompson and family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Sprinkles at Shelby City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Naylor and little son of near Stanford, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Naylor last Sunday. Quite a crowd of our jolly younger set enjoyed a hay ride to Crab Orchard Saturday night. The hay ride was given in honor of Miss Lela Cress of Monticello. The Misses Brooks, of Lexington have been visiting their brothers Messrs Herbert and Luther Brooks. Misses Anna Lee and Marguerite Woolfolk of Lexington, were the guests last week of Mrs. B. C. Rose. Mrs. A. S. Haselden has been confinher room for the last two weeks suffering from a very severe attack of rheumatism. ed to Your account is due. We need the money. Please settle now. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. ' Lancaster, Ky. Pursley's Indian Herbs making my name famous all over the United States, for Blood, Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver Stomach, nervous and female troubles. A 45 days treatment 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 that's 75MIS3J Quite a large crowd was out Satur-- ! day afternoon to here Messrs J. M. Farra and J. R. Mount candidates for Representative. Mrs. Hugh Tomlinson has returned to-he- LT :: :c 3CZZ3C :c il r home at Toledo Ohio after spend. ing a week with the family of Mr. Henry Tomlinson. Mr. M. O. Kennedy has been remodeling his residence and is having concrete walks made which will be quite an improvement to our little town. Mis3 Claudie Belle Speaks Have You Visited The ' , HI 'QlQYQYQ):QYQ;:r5flrBIlfraJll '3Mgg; Instead ofWoodShingles ovulate had the ' misfortune to fall last week and dislo- - j cate her hip. 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Testimonial letters, literature and FREE BOX sent upon st. and Every Evening a :: 3CULZZDCUC iz x THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. R. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote ' the Solace Company as follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose $1. This remedy has been used by some friends of mine here and I must say its action was won(Signed) R, L. Morris. derful. Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY "No Special TAKING SOLACE. Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST SOLACE ALONE does the work. Write today for the free box, etc SOLACE REMEDY CO., Battle Creek Mich. Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent Lancaster, Kentucky. v The Central Record, Friday, July 25, 1913. Page 5 aaas 1 School We are Books CARTEKSVILLE." Fay Carman Pennington is very sick Woman's Fair Held In Lancaster day And Saturday Proves A Great Attracts Of Last On Fri Week at this writing. Dr Harman Smith bought afinehorse from Ballard Smith for $175. Mr. John Pennington bought a sow and pigs from J. D. Carter for ?22. Charlie Anglin who has been sick with typhoid fever for some time is able to be out again. Quiet a number from this place attended the baptising and foot washing of the Holy Rollers Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Pennington and family were the guest of Mr. Milt Jennings and family Saturday night. MILLERSBURG FEMALE Success And - Commissioner's' Sale Of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. headpuarters for School Books and all School supplies. McRoberts Drug Store. Large Crowd. Colby M. Jenkins' Administrator ctal, Plaintiffs, The Woman's Fair of Lancaster was an occasion of surprising interest. It being the first enterprise of the kind ever held, made the undertaking full of doubt and apprehension. But when the lower floor of the Graded School Building was full to over flowing with articles too wonderful and priceless to leave without special guard day and night, then those who had designed and fostered the enterprise were satis- eo?oooxooeoQ$cQooo THE X Sweltering Public I I A Can set relief at the FAMOUS X Grab Orchard Springs g X PLEASURE, HEALTH and REST RESORT. X X - RATES$8. $10. and $12. a week $ $ v Jno.S. Robinson, Pres. J. B. Willis, Secty-Trea- s. GOD'S MEDICINES ) CHARLIE WHITE-JIOO- N Tie Ccwlc; Kdilat Compounded according to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Kecipes of Charlie White-MooThe Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. COM-CELAR, the SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat Body-Toni- c. man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write -S n, omcrtoroi S F. OF INDIAN C1EUK1E & SCIENCE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N CM EWES SOFE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky mmmmmmmumaasmaaemM FILL OUT THIS BLANK and mail or bring it to the Contest Manager, ItKCOItl), Lancaster, Ky. THE CENTRAL Nominational Blank, Good For 1,000 Votes. I nominate M V Address as a candidate in THE CENTRAL RECORD Great Prize paign. My name is Cam- Address The name and address of people making nominations will not be divulged. Only a limited number of nominations will be accepted. It is understood that for each candidate nominated only one nomination coupon which entitles the candidate so nominated to 1,000 votes will be accepted by the Contest Manager. BaaMmmmammmmmmamamsmmmmmm KBffijlSliL Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Columbus Before you decide on any wagon, examine the Columbus. Strongly built of the best possible material the Columbus wagon gives the most satisfactory service for the longest period of years. There is no secret in the notedly long life of the Columbus wagon. It is the result of the methods employed in construction. There is no wood in this wagon which has not been under shelter from one to two years. The axles and the spokes of the wheels are hickory; the hounds, bolsters and sandboards are oak, and the bottom of the box is straight grained flawless pine. These are just a few examples of the care which is taken to make this wagon as reliable as possible. The result is that the Columbus wagon is unbeatable in reliability and endurance. Come in and examine it for yourself. We know you will be pleased. air-dri- t Becker Ballard & Co. Bryantsville, Ky. That all of the water bottled by our plant is distilled The object of this Fair was a most first, therefore it is absolutely pure. unselfish one; the material help to the That all of our drinks are uottled in clear bottles. school was the only thought and con An Attractive Home School For Girls, sideration, That we have one of the most complete and might Pupils are surrounded with an also add the most expensive washing outfits it is possible The Art Department under Mrs. atmosphere of culture, wholesome to obtain. fellowship and safe religious envirn-men- t. Stormes, was worth visiting many tim New buildings combining all es, pictures and china and the splendid We do not use brown bottles for the reason that it modem conveniences. Health record work by the camera club of Louisville is a self evident fact that it is easier to detect any dirt or unsurpassed. Academic and College were sufficient cause to draw crowdn other matter in a clear bottle than a bron one. Entrance Courses. Music Department to her room. We bottle in clear bottles from distilled water. Mint Under Mrs. Kinnaird's management under skilled artists trained in Germany. Cola, Ginger Ale. Orange, Lemon, Strawberry and the other flowers and vegetables made a Lecture and Concert Course. Domestic fruit, Science. The growing popularity of delightful place to linger and forget flavors. the school is evidenced by the fact that the heat Come in and see us at our plant and see how these a numoer ot pupils were turneu away Mrs. Ross Bastin had charge of drinks are put up. last session for the lack of room to children's work, and the successful Ask for Mint Cola and other drinks bottled by us accommodate them. ones were so happy over their premand see that the name is on the bottle and crown. Expenses for board, tuition, etc. iums, that it was well to have labored lower than other schools of like grade. hard in this department. Send for catalog and engage a room Mint-Ga- la Mrs. Wm. Arnold had charge of fine early. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. sewing as well as the "bonnet Show" Millersburg, Ky. and stick horse race, not enough can be said of the successful way in which she conducted all this. Mrs. Higginbotham's display of " ti-t- t n "miiri and fancy work was beyond ." anything ever exhibited in the state. One acre to J. C. Williams lying on the Visitors from other places were East side of Bryantsville and Lancaster 3 GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. by the exquisite articles exhib- pike and adjoining a vacant lot belongi EES5S F3SS KTU James Roberts, et al, Plaintiffs, ited. The order and business ability ing to N. Noe, on- the Sou'th side of , him (N. Noe) the same of record in i VS. required to manage this room, while Deed Book 30, page 50, in Garrard i in the biilinc and tabulating Uncvriter is attained A. J. Roberts, Defendant. thronged with people was a great un- County Clerk's office. One other tract i through the latcsr Rcmingtci development Pursuant to a judgment rendered dertaking. of one acre or lot on the East side of i.l f. herein at the June Term, 1913, the the said turnpike road and adjoining The Table Delicacies were just what the land conveyed to J. C. Williams, undersigned Commissioner will sell at !? public auction, before the Court House one might expect from Garrard County (the foregoing tract) Deed Book 30, Door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock housekeepers. The carefully screened page 49, in said Clerk's office. A tract Mrs, A. M. or thereabouts, on acres and tables and soft shaded green windows of three B. Sweeneyconveyed -to day of on the Hannah MONDAY, JULY 28, 1913, made the room so attractive that it January, 1905, adjoining the village of it being the first day of the Garrard seemed wrong to let even the judges Bryantsville, oi the East side of and " 4 This singh key "sts the s County Court Term, the real estate sample the articles. Mrs. Robert Em-br- y adjoining the Lancaster and Lexington r.'ihii!.-!!!- mentioned in the pleadings and describStnnc 5 nrm'.il turnpike, adjoining Hogan and others. was the efficient hostess of this ed follows, t: Deed recorded in Deed Book VX), page for every variety ot billing, In Garrard County, Ky., and being a department, and her very attractive 2o0, Garrard County Clerk s olhce. form and tabular work. I jy i riW4rv 4 S: lot in the town of Paint Lick, Garrard premiums were no small part of the Second Tract: Beginning at a stake You simply move the County, and bounded on the South by show. in line of Myers pole N of a black carriage lo the desire d the lands of the L & N Railroad Comwalnut pointer, said btake is corner to "a i i jT4t The Curios and Antiques collected by Mattie J. Smith, now Dawes, 95 acre pany and Paint Lick Creek on the North; pom's on the pat cr ani at by Guv Rice on the East, and contains Mrs. George Robinson and exhibited tract: thence with said Myers line N 4 point ttrik: tLe ret kc 11 each J of an acre. in the Woman's Club Room were worth E 138.00 poles to a white oak on Smith's that is all. Hand sct:n;s The purpose of this sale is to sell side of road, corner to said Myers. S 8S Many of E 78.60 poles to a stake in the North avoided, aMr.oniplicatior.san elini-- S property owned by the plaintiffs and space in any Exposition. a 51 f'v defendant and divide the proceeds of them were beyond price and most of edge of said road, near the forks of the inated. The scttin2 of the s'ops is 3b sale according to the rights of the them have not duplicated in all the same and in the line of B. M. Jones nd-sts s o5parties. simple as tnc operation ot the world. The plaster casts of Crittenton land, a new corner to part of the dower j land allotted to Alattie J. smith, now TERMS. JV Tabulator ire'f. and Clay, by the immortal Joel T. Hart Dawes; thence a new line to sameS JW The sale will be made on a credit of and the Indian relics, loaned by Joseph 156.20 poles to a stake, a new corner to 7 he Set Key completes the work-o-f 1 ii i v- . six months and the purchaser will be Rogers were among the most enjoyed Mattie J. Smith 95J acre tract; thence bringing every act in the operarequired to execute bond with approved West 78 poles to the beginning, and tion of the Tabulator v.sthin the surety for the purchase price, due in articles. containing 77 acres. compass of the kc board. It makes six months, bearing interest at the In the Quilt Department presided ovSaid land will be sold in separate rate of six per cent per annum from t'ie operation of the Billing and J er bv Mrs. Wm. West, had been col tracts. The purpose of this sale is to date'until paid, having the force and pay certain debts against the estate of l adulating Kemington as easy and effect of a judgment upon which execu- lected the largest and handsomest dis Colby M. Jenkins, deceased, out of the N.- - :. as s.mp'c as ordinary typewriting. tion may issue payable to W. H. Brown play ever shown in Ky. It numbered procpeds arising from the sale for all of Send for tur illustrated booklet describing lbs new M. C. G. C. C, and a lien will be re- 80 and by the neatness and taste in arwhich judgment has been rendered. and cxc!u!vc features cf the tained upon the property until all the rangement drew from the delighted TERMS. purchase money is paid. O guests exclamations of surprise and W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. This sale of each of said two tracts of pleasure. land will be made on a credit of six and II R. H. Tomlinson, Att'y for Plffs. The "Better Babies" contest was twelve months and the purchaser or will be execute managed by Mrs. KaufTman assisted purchasers approvedrequiied to for the Kentucky Fair Dates. security bond with '1 by Miss Margaret Walker, and was purchase price, due in six and twelve The following are the dates fixed for held under the suggestion of the "Wo- months, bearing six per cent interest 11 Models 10 until paid, each holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1913 as man's Home Companion". from S It giving per annum force dale effect of a judghaving the and far as reported. Officers of fairs are two bronze medals to the successful ment, issue, upon execution 1 requested to report to us any omissions contestants, and much helpful litera- payable to which II. Brown,majMaster W. (IntorfuraUd) i or corrections of dates: ture on the subject of health of babies Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit 3 upon This begins a new order in baby shows Court, and a lien will be reserved Mt. Sterling, July 23- -4 days. all the sold and the old order has passed away, for purchase propertyis paid, until all the Harrodsburg, July 294 days. money only by scientific measurement and -- a Bgi Madisonville, July 295 days. W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C.C. "" '" '" tests can a just decision be reached. Plffs. Uniontown, Aug Wm. Herndon, Att'v. for days. 13 1 South Ave. Louisville, Ky. The Poultry department under Mrs. Taylorsville, Aug days. Tinder and her helpers was of interest Fair (Carroll, Gallatin, to the men who attended the Fair, as Owen) , Sanders, Aug, days. well as the housekeepers who are enDanville, Aug. days. Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, Aug, deavoring to raise the standard in fowls OUR PLAN of selling that are kept for table use alone. 116 days. Mt. Vernon, Aug, days. Saxton and Trost's orchestra of LexDirect to You days. Winchester, Aug, ington and the loan of piano, pianola enables us to save you Berea July 303 days. and victrola by Hurt and Anderson of Fern Creek (Buechel), Aug, 124 of Lancaster gave an abundance of days. I delightful music throughout the whole Leitchfield, Aug 123 days. Fair. Henderson, Aug, 125 days. The Concert on Friday arranged by Broadhead, Aug, 133 days. Mrs. Amon, was largely attended, and Perryville, Aug, 133 days. the cost you would ex- gave pleasure to all. The smoothness d Vanceburg, Aug. 134 days. of the program and the exquisite sel3 Pecfc to pay for such de Hardinsburg, Aug. 193 days. ections of mu3ic. almost placed the Lawrenceburg, Aug, 19 1 days. concert beyond amateur work. signs as ours. Shepherdsville, Aug. 194 days. Columbia, Aug. 19 i days. Erlanger, Aug. 204 days. Public Sale Of Land. Stanford, Aug. 20 3 days. Ewing, Aug. 213 days. ON SATURDAY JULY 26 1913 Residence Phone 27 Office Phone 3. Eminence, Aug, 21 3 days. at 2 o'clock P. M. as executor of the They are designed by artists of ability, created by artisans of Elizabethtown, Aug. 263 days. will of W. P. Giiffith, I will offer for Shelbyville, Aug. 264 days. LANCASTER. KY. the greatest skill and executed with faithful attention to sale to the highest bidder the farm London, Aug. 264 days. detail and delicacy of sentiment. belonging to this estate known as the Nicholasville, Aug. 263 days. home place and containing about 100 SEND NO MONEY". Examine the monuments on arrival and if Florence, Aug. 27 i days. not satisfactorj we do not ask you to accept them. We assume acres. It is situated in Garrard CounAug. 274 days. Germantown, all risks of transportation and guarantee their safe arrival. ty on the Paint Lick and White Lfck days; Could anything be fairer? Our price is what the work costs deParis, Sept. pike 3J miles south of Paint Lick P. O. livered at your nearest depot. J. M. SKAIN, Mgr. days. Alexandria, Sept. Todd. adjoining the farm of J as. days. Fulton, Sept. This is Just What we Offer. There is a 5 room dwelling, stable, J days. Frankfort, Sept. good orchard, good fences and plenty Only Fire Proof Holel In Central Kentucky Write for our beautifully illustrated catalog of exclusive designs. days. Somerset, Sept. of water on the place. Nearly all of days. Bardstown, Sept. s, call on or Better Than The Best, No Higher this land is in drys. Barboursville, Sept. 7 W. F. Champ, Executor. Ball Ground, Georgia., write. days. Hi Tomkinsville, Sept. Lancaster, Ky. Than The Rest. days. Sept. Franklin, Sale will be held on the premises. days. Hodgenville, Sept. Distilled, Filtered Drinking Water. days. Monticello, Sept. Morgantown, Sept 11 3davs. KENTUCKY LEXINGTON. Falmouth, Sept 10 i days. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Fine Lumber For Sale. Sept. 156 days. Scottsville, Sept. 18- -3 days. We have feet Horse Cave, Sept. 214 days. of Georgia pine yet unsold The undersigned hereby give warnBowling Green, Sept 244 days. can saw any lengtrrto suit ing to all persons not to trespass upon Adairville, Sept 253 days. , as lands for any Paducah, Sept 304 days. purchaser. For house or our will prosecute purpose whatever fulall offenders to we days. Glasgow, Oct barn. days. lest extent of the law. Hunters and. Murray, Oct Fishermen especially take notice. Elkton, Oct 2- -3 days. Hughes Bros., R. L. Elkin. G. W. Elam. Hopkinsville, Oct days. W. H. Harris, President. L. W. Faulkner, Secretary "Lancaster, Ky. Ed & N B Price Mayfield, Oct, days. MILLERSBURG, KY. out-side. COLLEGE fied. Commissioner's Sale Of Land. ry et al, Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered herein at the June Term, 1913, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at 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 describ t: ed as follows, Lying and being in uarraru county, Kentucky, 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 G7J E 1.35 chains N 87 E 1.25 chains S S3 E 7 chains to a stake S S0J E 2.75 chains to a stake S 801 E 8.22 chains to a stake S 4J W 16 chains to a stone, corner to Hocran and Dunn: thence a new line S 82 E 23.57 chains to a stone by a pond; thence another new line S 70J W 5 chains- - to middle of the aforesaid pike; thence with the middle of same N 36J E 4.82 chain3 N 33J E 11.12 chains to the beginning, containing 37$ acres, saving and excepting from the above boundary a portion thereof containing acres, and which has been conveyed off of said boundary by said C. M. Jenkins to Mrs. Hannah Sweeney containing acres and to J. C. Williams, leaving in the boundary 33 acres This is the same land conveyed to C. M. Jenkins and wife by deed dated January, 1905, of record in tho Garrard County Clerk's office in Deed Book 20, page 4. The lands or lots conveyed off of the foregoing tract arc described as follows-to-wit: VS. Colby M. Jenkins' Heirs, Lancaster has one of the BEST EQUIPPED BA6 K & tlinff Works South of the Ohio River. Sanitary Bottiing mmmz&&jc&zm nysswrw OX Go, cap-tivat- The . nn&x Rff J EM ncy the Tt Ictor HfsH iVVi "o-- a 8-- .SWX iiWrSi Sxesssiew iui. f. &SU ,J i n sr k e invoewntert o n i and Remington Typewriter Company Visible 55 54 64 63 63 63 J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer HP TrtATJw:1 liriA. Mlr3 a'-- JjJj, Our Monuments are Exclusive 25 25 25 Phoenix Hotel 24 24 34 33 34 43 93 94 blue-gras- Consumers' Monument Company, 200,000 POSTED LANCASTER COLORED 14 14 AUGUST 28th, 29th and 30th, '13 84 66 . .. ri i - -- - ij''r r- - x Pate riapnWVrri dflT V P,WinwM -- j, The Central Record, Friday, July 28, 10 IS. 4 CONTEST. " " " Continued from Page 1. FILL OUT THIS BLANK and mail or bring itto the Contest Manager, THE , or sent to this office by each candidate will entitle them to 75,000 extra votes in addition to the usual number, providing these subscriptions are turned in before July 31st. Each contestant is allowed only three of these Extra Ballots of 25,000 votes each and each ballot must be accompanied by a prepaid subscription. Don't fail to secure three subscriptions and send them in before July 31st for they will enable you to get a good start in this big race WHO MAY ENTER. ' Ruth Carrier Christine Sanders W0F SEND YOUR NONINATION CENTRAL RECORD, Lancaster, Ky. Nominational Blank, Good For 1,000 Votes. I nominate M Address as a candidate in THE CENTRAL RECORD Great Prize My name is Address., The name and address of people making nominations will not be divulged. Only a limited number of nominations will be accepted. It is understood that for each candidate nominated only one nomination coupon which entitles the candidate so nominated to 1,000 votes will be accepted by the Contest Manager. TODAY STEP FIRST THE TAKE OR THAT OF A FRIEND in the Central Record's Great Prize Campaign - - Don't put the matter off any longer but enter today and get an early start in this great campaign for glory and prizes. Take the first step AT ONCE by sending in your nomination to the Contest Manager. Printed matter and full instructions will then be sent you. It costs nothing to enter or try for any of the prizes. . It is just a question of meeting the friends whom you see every day and a very little of your spare time spent in the interests of the Central Record will enable you to win one of the valuable prizes. Upon request, the contest manager will be glad to assist any of the candidates in getting their campaign started. Make the start while the others are thinking about it. There still a number of towns, rural routes and neighborhoods that are not represented. Any white person of good character, residing in this section of Kentucky, is eligible to enter. It does not cost anything to enter or try for the prizes. The nomination blank counts 1,000 votes for the candidate so nominated. The prizes will be given to those securing the most votes and votes may be clipped from the paper or secured on subscriptions. The ballots which appear in each issue of the Record are good for 100 votes each, if voted before date of expiration printed on the coupon. The vote ballots issued on subscriptions according to the length of the subscriptions as shown elsewhere in this issue. Under the contest arrangement, you need only to compete against the contestants in your own district for any of the district prizes. There will be at least four prizes awarded to each district. Contestants and their friend3 are not confined to their own district in securing subscriptions, but may secure subscriptions from anyone, anywhere in the postal union. Mattie Adams Christine Pollitt " Martha Tinder " Mamie Lee Marsee " Nora Brown " Lyda Rayney " Ora Prtther ' Alice Rigney " Nettie Farmer " Bessie Austin " Bernice Champ " Ida Grant " Mildred Beazley " Sue Fisher Respress 44 Delia Rice Hughes Mr. Milton Elliott 1.000 1.200 1.000 1,700 1,000 2,000 1,000 1,400 1,000 1,000 1,500 .',200 1,500 LANCASTER, KY. R. R. 3. Miss Maggie Hicks 44 44 " " 44 Jewel Ray Every Carter Lillian Brodus Alice Ray " Eveline Walker " Myrtle Hurt " Pettie Long LANCASTER, P. O. Ltlia Teater 1,000 1,000 1.000 1,000 1.000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1.000 1,000 KY. Miss Judith Daniels IIACK1.EY, " 44 44 " Rice Terril Will Rice Amon Joe Cabell Ramsey Dean Zanone DISTRICT NO. 2. MARCELLUS, 1,100 1,000 1,100 1,000 1,200 1,500 1.000 1,900 1,700 KY. Miss Edna Burnett Grow SPAINEY, KY. 1,000 1.C00 Miss Ina Scott ' Cleo Morgan "Allio Coldiron 44 Lei Coldiron Miss Nellie Beazley Walter Norman O. B. Peyton FLATWOOD, KY. Miss Cecil Bowling " Mabel RanKin 1,000 1,000 1.000 1,000 1,000 1.000 " Wade Lee Park " 1,000 1,400 1,000 Myrtle Campbell MARKSBURY, KY. Miss Minnie Royston Mary Chestnut Lula Simpson Beulah Sutton Mr. William Goins " Jimmie Goins " Van Gosney BRYANTSVILLE, KY. " " " Miss Myrtle Carirney 1.000 Bettie Miller l.ttxi 1.2(H) DISTRICT NO. 3. STANFORD, KY. Miss Mary Elizabeth McKinny 1.200 1,300 44 1,000 Ljle Cooper 1,000 " Lizzie Holtzclaw 1,400 1,100 1,000 " Sallie Burdette 1,000 44 1,400 Mary Burdette 1,000 l.OitO Sallie Craig 1,400 1,000 " Etta Mueler 1,000 1,000 Hundley " 1,500 1.700 1,000 1,000 1,400 1,000 1,000 1,200 1,000 Miss Mary Ellen Farlee " Flossie Mae Teater " Osa Coulter " Mary Belle Halcomb " Christine Swope Mr Sam Halcomb BOURNE, KY. Miss Ollie Crawford " Bettie Scott How Votes Are Secured. Votes may be secured in two ways which are as follows: 1st. A vote coupon appears in each issue of the Central Record and this coupon when properly filled out with the name of the candidate is good for 100 votes for the person so nominated. Get, your friends to save the votes for you. 2nd. Tne second, which is by far the quickest and best way is to get your friends to subscribe to the Record. With each subscription to the Record is given a Vote Ballot good for a certain number of votes according to the length of the subscription. These votes are good at any time up to the close of the contest and may be polled and published whenever the contestant chooses. The nomination blank counts for 1,000 votes so nominated. for the candidates Nominations and votes may be placed in the Ballot Box which is to be found at the Record Office, or they may be mailed direct to the Contest Manager. DIVISION OF DISTRICTS. "Christine 'Stone " Nannie Hunter " Burnie Pierce 44 Eulalah Montgomery " Amy Montgomery HYATTSVILLE, KY. 1,000 1,000 1,400 1,000 1,500 1,000 1,000 1.700 1,000 1,000 1,300 Sarah Sallie Farmer 44 Lena Palmer ' Elsie Coleman ' Ida Pettus " Mary Sheppard Cook " Kate Davis Raney " Mary Moore Raney " Anna Davis McRoberts 44 Grace Brady 44 Effie Boughman 44 Pearl Fields Mr Alfred Farmer 44 Joe Warner. " 1.80O 1.000 1.9O0 1.000 1,000 2.000 l.COO 1,000 1,000 1,600 1.000 1.000 2.000 2.200 1.400 1,500 1,000 1,000 1.700 1.400 2.000 1.000 1.600 1.000 1.000 1.S0O HUBBLE, KY. Miss Jewell Spoonamore 44 Miss Ruth Arnold " Lena Schooler " Etta Smith " Loretta Taj lor IT IS NOT LACK OF TIME BUT LACK OF ENERGY TO IMPROVE YOUR SPARE TIME THAT NEED KEEP YOU FROM SUCCESS. Lyda Crecillius Mr Lucien Johnson 44 Charley Sanders POINT LEAVEL LANCASTER R. Miss " 44 " " 44 Hattie Royston Bell Smith Annie Dollins Lizzie Hurt Lucille Lackey Brunette Arnold BEUNA VISTA, KY. Mary Rankin 44 Jennie Rankin 44 Mary Lee Given 44 Elizabeth Givens 44 Ina Roberts 44 Levisa Harris 44 Lucinda Lutes Mr Timothy Given3 R. I. 44 Weaver 1,000 44 Jess Rankin 1,000 44 Bennie Thomas Bell Rankin 1,700 HEDGEVILL, KY. 1.000 1,500 Miss Flora McBeth 1.000 44 OVER $625 IN PRIZES GIVEN AWAY FREE INCLUDING A HANDSOME 44 Virgie Spoonamore Lucy Spoonamore 1.000 1,900 1,000 1,700 l.OoO Miss Lelia 44 Barnett " " " W. J. ROMANS The Beautiful Cart and Harness Were Purchased from Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Machinery, Stoves, Etc. DIAMOND RINGS, ELGIN WATCHES, Purchased from c MORROW & McROBERTS thcas?er'ekyelers -- ilife rWB Address all nominations and communications to the 100 VOTES 100 Good for 100 votes for the contestant named be- low if brought or sent to the Contest Department, care The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.,' before District No. 1 includes all of the city " 44 of Lancaster. District No. 2 includes alT"of Garrard " county excepting the city of Lancaster. CAMP NELSON, KY. District No. 3. includes all the terri- Miss Nora Kaufman 44 tory covered by the Central Record and Cora Moore " not heretofore mention in Districts 1. " Maltha Knight and 2. " Emma Lane HOW PRIZES WILL BE DISTRIBUTED. " Dovie Watts ' " Lillian Burton The Capital Prize, the beautiful Pony " Maggie Montgomery and outfit, will be given to the con" Frances Sherraw testant who secures the greatest num44 Emma Scott ber of votes in the entire contest. " Jennie Ison. The contestant standing highest in PAINT LICK, KY. each district after the capital prize has been awarded will be given a beau- Miss Louise Rice Christine Metcalf tiful Diamond Ring. - Jessie Parks The contestant standing second high44 Sallie Woods est in each district after the capital " Docia Metcalf prize has been awarded will be given a ' Loula McWhorter Elgin watch. The contestant standing third high- Mr Chester Metcalf est in each district after the capital Miss Mariam Ledford " Fannie Noe, R. R. 1. prize has been awarded will be given a beautiful Ruby Ring. MCCREARY. KY. The contestant standing fourth high- Miss Lillie Mae Sutton est in each district after the capital CARTERSVILLE, KY. prize has been awarded will be given a Mr Edwin Walker Genuine Cut Glass Fruit Bowl. MANSE PAINT LICK.R. R. NO. The district prizes have arrived and Miss Dora Calico are on display at the jewelry store of 44 Willie Calico Morrow & McRoberts and contestants " Spillman and their friends are invited to call and 44 Stella McWhorter inspect same. These district prizes " Myrtle Coliron were purchased from this reliable firm " Alyce Sanders and are guaranteed to be up with the 44 Cynthia Baker standard. ' Parry Clark 44 Katie Clark Following is the schedule of votes on ' Minnie Hurt both old and new subscriptions to the " Alma Lear Central Record: " Mary Lear NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS. " Florida Boain 84,000 10 years " Eliza Rucker 68,000 8 years Mr Otis Gooch 45,000 "- 5 years R. K. Duncan 29,000 3 years " Robert Boain 21,000 2 years " Arthur Eldridge 77.800 I years " John Eldridge BACK SUBSCRIPTIONS OR RENEWALS, 44 Harry McWhorter 40,000 44 Robert McKnight 10 years 30,000 44 Charles Gooch 8 years 18,000 44 Floyd Coliron 5 years...; 10,200 " John Green 3 years .7,800 " Embry McWhorter i 2 years 2.400 1 year Bert Ramsey The price of the Lancaster Central " Wilse Sandere 44 Record is $1.00 per year. William Hurt " M. F. Ledford INVITED TO CALL. CANDIDATES Mrs Lou Osborn The contest manager invites all can" Anna Brown didates and their friends to call at the BUCKEYE KY. Central Record office and make inquiries regarding the contest, or phone or Miss Agnes Miles. write and a representative will call at " Sallie Noel 44 Stella Ray your home. Address all communica" Barbara Gulley tions to the Contest Manager, Central ' Mamie Step Record, Lancaster, Ky. d. Leila Ruble Flora Ruble Lena Jennings Alyce Mabel Scott Hazel Ogg Eural Blakeman Artie Johnson Nettie Ison Margaret Askins 1,400 WAYNESBURO. KY. 1,000 Miss Zora Baugh 44 1,000 Fannie Young 44 1,000 . Minnie Young 44 1,000 Lillie Warfield 44 1.000 X Warfield 1,500 CRAB ORCHARD. KY. 1,000 Miss Goody Red 1,000 44 Clara Collier 1,700 44 Annie Middleton 1.S00 1,000 l.OuO Annie Bronaugh Katharine Bronaugh 44 Pearl Collier 44 Birdie Perkins 44 Shirley Gover 44 Jewel Goodwin 44 HaNewland 44 Ida Lee Campbell 44 Katie Middleton 44 Udora Douglas 44 Bertha Flannery Mrs. Ed Anderson 1,000 Mr Jack Perkins 1,900 44 James Herron 1,700 44 Tom Bronaugh 4 1,800 1,000 1,600 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1.700 44 1.000 1.700 1,300 1.000 2,000 1,000 1.000 1.000 1.600 1,000 1,000 1,200 1,100 l,9o( 1.000 1.000 1,000 1,900 1.000 1,300 1,700 1.000 1,000 1,400 1,200 PREACH ERSVILLE, KY. 1,000 Miss Martha Blankenship 1,000 ' 44 Dora Blankenship 1,000 44 Carrie Nailer 1,400 44 Gertrude Adams 1,000 2,500 2.000 2. 1,000 2,200 1,000 1,000 1,400 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1.800 1,000 1,000 1,000 1.000 2,400 1,000 1,900 1,000 1,500 1,000 1,700 1.000 1,000 1,300 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 2,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1.000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1.000 1.000 1,500 1,000 1,000 1,000 1.000 Mr Rodney Nailor 44 Irvine Blankenship Mr LANCASTER R. R. 2. James Crutcher INSURE Your TOBACCO Against HAIL STORM with Fred P Frisbie Office Citizens National Bank. the date hereon expires. DISTRICT NO. 1. LANCASTER. Contest Manager c-- M Miss Elizabeth Ford " IlaHill " Minnie Brown " " " 44 o Central Record - Post Office Not good after August 1st Dist Lancaster, Kentucky " " " " " Helen Robinson Emma Walker Shelby Mason Kathleen Walters IssiebeUSanford Stella Sanders Willie Wilkerson Lillie Mae Jones Jennie Cox Mary Elmore 1,700 2,000 1,300 1,000 1,400 1,100 1,700 2,200 1,900 1,000 Pearl Teater ' Lucinda Carter Jessie Ray MASKSBURY, KY. im-- ns r 8lea. RICHMOND. KY. Miss Annie Blanks . COY, KY. Miss Peachie Mae Sanders Squire Whittaker Lucien Clouse Willie Miles Ray Coaraeatoadlv t. LVmratar lotrtaMillate D1 Lit. 8ut ValU 1. til Fafclie Kcataeky. Special Scaoota K aw aw vwuiJis Taltkw Tnt la A p. DoialME. Tv.lDfeVlUiLv. nherl,.w BMdol .shoal. ow BMaaaltraialaf bmiMiaf. prartlcMhool,4rrtat.rasricaliar. velloqatppnl , lr"Traio1a.Sp-Imvilrnaaadoia. Doiaartl. Thlrt Ttna Jaaaarr tVwMklTmaKwiatw'1; tT.Faarth Term April 7, Buna" School apaaa Jaao 1, CatmlontTrn. iSllllllr School A Tralnlnz for Teachers .f Cm. lis CBABBK, Praldent. S s& The Central Record, Friday, July 25, 1913. !i r a Pag v?1 l!J: if $ 1 ''V FOR THE VACAT 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. 1 1 1 1 ( I I Embroideries of all kinds, Silk Gloves I i: Undermuslins, Silk Hose. White & Colored Wash Dresses Traveling Cases. I 1! and many other articles to numerous to mention, that are going at a very low figure. i I jMi The JOSEPH MERCANTIL The Home of Good Bargains CO The House of Quality. I I V I I It m: S3. We Write Anv Kind of 9 ssip m m URAMGE Office at National Bank. I People nnn About A u BEAZLEY & COLUER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, I A Brief Mention of the Comings and uoings fcy J hose Wt Are Interuted In. Sunday for Louisvile where they will join Mr. R. E. Hughes and family for their Western trip. Mr. Floyd Wright of Liberty is visiting his sister Mrs. Carlton Elkin. Mr. and Mrs. James Baughman of Stanford were here for the Woman's Fair. Mrs. Bettie Kirkpatrick, of Richmond Va, is here the guest of Mrs. Homer Tinsley Sr. Mis3 Lucy Clay Woodford of Mt. Sterling is the guest of Misses Mary and Lydia Elmore. E. Coates. A New Jurist. """'" -- m ""w I ViV tJ ...... Ky. Phone 27. iiimm. r -- " Lf 1 T - - " imb i -- I11II HB BH B Hi mm P Him lliill 19 li m hm bm 19 ra n lit D PUBLIC SALE. Continued Until After MONDAY, JULY 28, 1913 R. S. Brown, 3C ii li Mrs. Carlton Elkin has been in Q! Hustonville visiting friends. !. Miss Mable Hall of Paint Lick is visiting Miss Be'ssie Austin. Miss Maggie Brown left Tuesday for a visit to friends ih Louisville. 1 Miss Sara Daniels of "Paris is the U guest of Mrs. John M. Mount. Miss Bessie Rifle of Hustonville, is here visiting Miss Allie Yantis. Mrs. Sue Dudley of Richmond is visit- ing Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Dudley. Miss Lottie Carson of Stanford is the guest of her cousin Miss Allie Yantis. Mr. and Mrs. Everhart Nunlev of Danville were here for the Woman's Fair. Mrs. Mary Coleman and Miss Nettie Evans of Richmond are here for a visit to Lancaster friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Denman of Nich-olasvil- le have been recent guests of Mr and Mrs. Alex West. garet Jennings of Richmond were week end guests of Mrs. Emma Kaulfman. Mrs. W. K. Warner of Stanford was here for the Garrard County Woman's Fair and with her parents .Mr. and Mrs. Bourne. Miss Van Greenleaf and little Mar- Mrs. M. K. Denny entertained at Bristow Conn of Danville was with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Conn home at a G oclock,dinner Monday Sunday. ening, several the honorees. n her ev- YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. J Robt Fox has been visiting his cousin, Mrs. Lewis L. Walker presented her John Rout of Hustonville. husband with a ten pound son and heir ii gr ! wni cc on Tuesday morning. Mother and son Mrs. Belle Fisher, of Beattyville. is are both doing splendidly and Judge ' the gue3t of Mrs. J. A. Amon. Walker's look of judicial austerity has Residence on Richmond street for rent Dr. W. S. Elkinof Atlanta has joined changed to the broadest of smiles. immediate possession. his wife here for a visit to relatives. The youngster has been christened Parker Grugery. Mrs. T. J. Price left Tuesday for a Charles Jones Walker after his uncle stay of several days with Louisville tne 'ate Charles J. Walker. MISS for sale:- - Brown Shetkml posy I Margaretta Smith of Richmond is in year old cheap. relatives. W. B- - Mason, Jr. Miss Lizzie Bettis is at home from ""endence upon Mrs. Walker. Richmond where she has been attending' Bennle F. Robinsou Given Cause To ReLast Call. btate Normal. Vote for J. A. Royston for coronet Miss Pearl Smith of Lexington is a joice. Democratic primary Aug. 3d. charming visitor of Miss Elizabeth On Tuesday morning at the home of Best on Water Street. Mr. Curt A. Robinson on the LexingFor Sale. Misses Pearl and Hannah Aldridge ton pike, Mrs. Benjamin F. Robinson of Stanford are visiting Mr. and Mrs. gave birth to a lusty youngster that 01 acres on Fall Lick pike near LanJ. Raymond Haselden. comes fully up to the general average caster. Address Sam L. OrumL Waco T.og.i. Mis3 Mabel Mason of Madison county of boy bubys, both in weight and lung Texas. was here in attendance at the Garrard capacity. Mrs. Robinson and son are both progressing nicely, while Bonnie County Woman's Fair. Notice. is seriously cogitating as to what pro- Miss' Bessie Wilkerson has returned Your 1012 taxes are long paatdue ami iession ne snail choose for the new ar from a visit ts her cousin Miss Gertrude rival, whether he shall be at once. The 101," tax farmer ' mU8t ,,e Wilkerson of Stanford. and raiser of fine stock, a politician, or book is now ready to be (feKvered to ro for collection and before I reeeiw it Miss Effie Risque has returned after shall enter the ranks of the clergy. 1012 taxes must be paid. a three weeks vacation spent in L. E. Herron. Marshall. Coldiron-Bulneand points in Ohio. , , j Nich-olasvil- le r. U .'' Lancaster, Ky, cz :c 1 H t 7 I I m I Is'nt A Bother when you know that your bread, biscuits or cake will be sure to come out just right. Well, try a sack of WHITE SWAN FLOUR fc 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. Lancaster SS Electric Light Co, IX Build a Sand ffl some Porch to your house and increase its appearance and comfort fifty per cent. You can easily do it without much expence. Our mill work will provide needed the posts, pillars, railings, and in fact everything except a few nails. Any body can put them together. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. MfiAMVi v The marriage of Mr. James Butner, Atlanta is with his For Sale. father Captain T. A. Elkin at their of Paint Lick, to Miss Allie Vernan Mrs. G. A. McRoberts, of Covington, Male pigs, Polaml China, Spring 1D1S Miss Florence Johnson will be "at country home, "The Maples". is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coldiron was solemnized at Manse home" this evening (Thursday) to a Miss Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock farrow, also, 2 fall 1012 boars, ready Burnside. Lydia Elmore entertained at a for .service. AH of big type breeding, Misses Jennie and Charlotte Warren nnmber of her young friends, the hours 12 oclock dinner in honor of her guest the Rev. Eldridgeofficiation. The bride pure bred and subject to pedigree. being from 8 to 11. is the eldest daughter of 'Squire Coldiron of Stanford are the guests of Miss JenMiss Lucy Clay Woodford of Mt. SterO. K. Simpson,, and is both beautiful and accomplished Call or write. Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Rice attend- ling. nie Duncan. TeatersviHe, Ky. The groom being connected with the ed the Elks reunion at Rochester, N. Y. Mesdames Harding and Tate of Danfirm of Treadway and Woods and is Mrs. Sallie McCormack and daughter Farm For Sale. ville were here last week for the Wo- stopping at Washington, D. C. and other Mrs. James Ramsey and grand children very popular. points of interest. man's Fair. The Record join their many friends Joe Cabbell and Lucile Ramsey leave Two Hundred acre blue grass farm Mrs. Robert L. Walker returned to to visit Mr. Joe McCormack and family in wishing them much happiness. They for sale in high state of cultivation. Dr. R. L. Pontius left last week for will reside at Paint Lick. Well improved with plenty of good an extended visit to his parents in her home in Fayetteville Tenn. last at Ashville N. C. Thursday after a visit to her father water. Prices right and terms easy. Geneva N. Y, Mr Floyd K Swope who has been enMr. James N. Denny. Grateful. A bargain if purchased at once. Call joying a pleasant outing at Middlesboro Mr. W. S. Ferguson is down from on or address. S. W. Hager. BryantsOur good friend Mr. J. T. Henry has he being one of the K. N. G's, arrived The officers and chairmen of the WoCovington for a few weeks of recuperaour thanks for a nice basket of apples Thursday to spend the rest of his vaca- man's Fair are indebted to so many for ville, Ky. tion on his farm. and plums which he brought to the tion with home folks. courticies and practical help, that the ' Small Blue Grass Farm For Sale Mrs. Walter Allen of Chattonooga Record office last week. list is too long for publication, but to Friends will regret to learn of the the telephone employees for their pa- was a guest of Mrs. J. E. Robinson for Will sell my farm located seven mile.--) Mrs. Carlton Elkin entertained at a death of Mrs. J. S. Dickerman. She ttnnne the Woman's Fair. inn rLkil Vulti n rwl fr Ti Rnnoi' course dinner for her visitors Misses was born and reared in the East, but the from Lancaster on Richmond pike, two liveryman for the contribution of a Miss Alice Jones of Lexington has Wilkerson of Liberty, Crutcher of had spent all of her married life ii tank of fresh water and four hundred miles from Paint Lick Church. High returned to her home after a pleasant Paris and Leechman of Greensburg. Bryantsville; after Mr. Dickerman's pounds of ice in it, a note of thanks is state of cultivation. AH necessary out visit to Garrard relatives. death she went back to her girlhood extended. Their interest and svmpath- - buildings. J. F. Higgins, Paint Lick. Dan Collier Elkin gave an enjoyable Ky. Attorney Horace L. Walker came picnic to a number of the young society home in Delaware, N. J. where she etic attitude towards the Fair lessened died last week. last Friday for a stay of several weeks set and their visitors at his attractive the labor and increased the pleasure Wanted. " with Lancaster relatives. home in the south Lancaster suburb. Mrs. J. A. Amon will entertain the in a graet degree. Good, fresh, clean eggs. We are Misses Annie Davis McRoberts and Miss Sallie Elkin entertained at dinner members of the Senior Endeavor Sobuging eggs on a quality basis. Bring Notice To Teachers. Mary Moore Raney of Stanford were in honor of Mrs. Carlton Elkin's guests ciety this (Thursday) evening at her us your good egg3 and we will give you recent visitors in Lancaster. Misses Crutcher of Paris, Wilkerson of nome on nicnmona street, tne Jioursj Au teachers who have not been a fair price for them, but if they are from 7:30 to 10. A full attendance u thd tmaiooa ! r n Mrs. Robert Dunlap Blanton of Liberty, and Leechman of Greensburg. is expected. These socials are given 0f the census may secure a copv either dirty or gra33 stained we prefer you Athol Ky. is here visiting her parents Mrs. Sallie Buster and son Nim, Miss take them some place else. We want at the homes of the ' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elmore. Fronie Fox of Danville and Misses members, Mrs. Amon being leader for! at my office or at the county clerks good poultry etc, at highest market office. It is imnerative that each prices. H. B. Northcott. Miss Margurite Ramsy who has been Moore of Mississippi were the guest of the summer. teacher copy the census in the register visiting her sist.r, Mrs. Ed Walker has Mrs. Sallie Fox and son Robert Snnday. at once. No reports can be made returned to her home Eminence. Among the many pleasant guests at Miss Sopbronia Fox Secures Position In intelligently until this is done. Each Mesdames Alexander Kennedy and Crab Orchard Springs, are Mrs. Tom teacher will please bring their contracts Stanford School. Banks Hudson of Danville motored to F. Durham and her three charming to my office at once and receive the Lancaster for the Woman's Fair. daughters and Miss Katherine Letcher, necessary school blanks for the coming Miss Sophronia Fox has been chosen year. Lome not later tlian aaturuay Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burton of Louis- of Danville. by the Stanford School Board to teach ville arrived Monday ioe a visit to Mr. Mesdames Woodcock and Chestnut the sixth grade in the Stanford school, July lGth if possible. Jennie Higgins, Sup't and Mrs. A. C. Miles, of the county. Misses Dove Harris and Sadie Cecil of a vacancy created by the resignation of Misses Mamie and Ettie Smith of Danville motored to Lancaster for the Miss Martha Hommel. Miss Fox is a Surely Misunderstood Us. Hyattsville are in Winchester and Lex- Woman's Fair and were guests of Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fox, S. A. Anderson. until recently residents of Lancaster. The following article is from the Dan ington visiting friends and relatives. Mr. John Moberly has returned from She has had several years experience ville Messenger, and from the tone of Mrs. Gertrude Parks and Miss Anna a prospecting tour in Alabama and in this and other counties, and the good it, Bro. Landram must surely have Noel of Danville were here in attendance other Southern states. John returned people of our neighboring city may be misunderstood us, as we intended to at the Garrard County Woman's Fair. fully imbued with the idea that there is congratulated upon having secured her convey exactly the opposite idea:- services, as she is recommended as a "Editor Elkin, of the Lancaster RecAllen D. Henry of Birmingham Ala. no place like Kentucky. higly efficient instructor. ord, was here yesterday and said no is spending his annual vacation with Miss Mary Lee Lear entertained in ballots would be made for the ladies in his parents Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Henry. honor of her guests Misses Sadie and Do You Own a Garrard county. This is by order of Honor To Whom Honor Is Due. Annette Wearen and Allie Fish of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Doty of Lexing the county clerk who says he can not, Too much cannot be said of the effici under the law, have two seperate sets ton have been the guests of Lancaster Stanford, the hours being from 9 to 11 Pure Bred Boar? friends and relatives during the past on last Friday morning. ent work of the President, Vice Presi- of ballots for the same race." week, dent and Secretary of the Womans The Record has just finished printing Mr. Wm. Gregory of Braddock N. D. Mrs. George Hagan and children who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fair, who did so much unselfish labor ballots especially intended for the sole If not, why not? Try one of my from Okla. came Wednesday Parker Gregory left for a visit to Mr. in the capacity of these differentoffices. use of the ladies, which were ordered Durocs and watch your profits grow Those who have worked in similar by Circuit Clerk J. W. Hamilton, and for a visit to Mr. R. L. Hagan and and Mrs. H. H. Hall of Winchesterand positions, know how hard the work is they will be provided for in exactly the My spring pigs are by Sires of there he goes to Dakota. from family. and how many obstacles are encountered. same manner as the male population Grand Champions and out of sows Miss Martha Kavanaugh and Alex Misses Elizabeth Crutchfield Paris, Mesdames McRoberts, Kauffman and who wish to exercise the right of of royal breeding. Also have a few May Wilkerson Liberty and Leechman Doty, Miss Edna Kavanaugh and Allen Frisbie, have the gratitude, not only of suffrage. bred gilts for sale. Entire herd im--. of Greensburg are guests of Mrs. Carl Henry, Miss Nancy Walker and Shirley the school board, but of all who have Hudson, Misses Ellen and Annie May the interest of the school at heart, and ', ton Elkin. mumed against cholera. Walker and Dan Collier Elkin were in from the public in general, they have ella Arnold's Fair Prices low, quality high. SatisMr. and Mrs- - W. A. Bogle of New Crab Orchard for the dance Tuesday the thanks for putting on the best ex- Hats before buying. Some- faction guaranteed. Orleans La. are visiting Mr. and 'Mrs. Call and see" evening. hibit of woman's work ever seen to- thing decidedly new. Tom Wherritt and other Lancaster my herd. Phone 363-Miss Mary Elenor, who will be gether. relatives. remembered by many Lancaster and From a social and interesting standMr. John Anderson, an uncle of Crab Orchard friends, was in the point, it was a wonderful success, from Your account is past due. Messrs Sim and Richard Anderson of automobile in Little Rock, Ark. being a financial standpoint, it was by no I need money to meet mv this place, is ill of typhoid fever in a driven by her friend, J. E. Madding, means a failure, as the net sum of Somerset hospital. which killed the widely known attorney, $155. was realized through their faith- obligations. t Judge and Mrs. M. D. Hughes left J. H. Howard and severely injured J. ful services. Ky. Rella Arnold. . Lancaster, ' fm-nioisemi-annual1 guests being W. S. Elkin of Mr. Farmer o, O B. B. F. Robinsoiy , $ lcWi . page S s- Attention. may draw? :- The Central Record, Friday, July 26, 1913. conclusion which any reasonable Democrat- frf0OOC009OO0OBCO90O man in regard to the person who secures his another State upon a like question and SILAGE FOR BEEF says "It needs no argument for the office by bribery and corruption. particiFARMER'S COLUMN f The lawyer and the layman have position that to permit electors Must we not conclude that he is not To the Democrats of Garrard County - in favor of an "honest and fair elec- respect and confidence in the men who pating in a primary election to vote inGATTLE FEEDING o ask tion". That he is not in favor of a have been selected for their learning discriminately any party ballot they 1 earnestly and respectfully Otv&06GC0-w''4' you a careful reading of this article. campaign without the use of "liquor" honesty and integrity judges of the might choose to select, regardless of of of Kentucky and no their p'irty affiliations would be simply Hpiuvj below tins headins Is Tor tlie exclu-ivDemocracy is on trial at the bar of or "money". That he is not in favor Court of Appeals Attention has frequently been called ate of our farmer sulcrioers. and Is for nublic opinion and the verdict will be of making a race upon his merits alone better presentati in of the evils of putting a premium upon deceit, dis- trie saie of stock, Kmln ar.l such thing on to the fact that the cattle feeder sets fraud am. corruption in politics honesty and fraud and would make it farm rs Hie iKrmer cannot afford to adver- hN largest profit not directly from eturned on August 2nd. but is willing to enter into any combin- bribery, Will the judgment be in favor of ation that may assist him in his election can be made to quote from the de- posrible for the worst elements of the tise. io nntlcu v.'iil be accepted over four feeding operations, Lut rather from the cision of the Court of Appeals in the not- several political parties participating lines, and will be only iu two Isauc of tbe increased productiveness of his land. better and cleaner political conditions? to the office which he seeks. ECORD. free of charge says the Iowa IIomc.-ti':Hl- . Hut thu Democracy is a gi&it in its strenght I am wrong and the position my ed "Louisville Election" cases in which to direct and control their nominaIf lost: Black and white flop eared average man likes t( see a profit on Good Service. used for opponent is bound to occupy by his re- the judge rendering the opinion says:- - tions." and a Dower which should be Prices Right. "We can not feel that our duty in So cut out the "FLOATER" who sow weight 275 pounds, left my place every branch of Ids operations. Unthe betterment and prosperity of the fusal to take a stand for "clean politPhone less live fttoul: farming can Ixj carried i County. ics" is right, then why not openly and this case is fully performed without has no party affiliations, or if he is al- near Hyattsville about July 12th. on so that by and for Itself It pays Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Frank Arnold, Hyattsville, Kv. insisting that it is absolutely necessary lowed a ballot, then give a ballot to Shall "Corruption" in politics be the publicly advocate such a position? well for the time occupied hi carrying Delilah's lap in which the Democracy could and would my for the ureservation of a democratic every one else as he may request. How many votes Lost: Red gilt, weigh about 130 lbs. It on, then no amount of screaming of Garrard County must lay its head to opponent secure should he come out in form of government that the right of QUALIFICATION AND COMPETENCY. Strayed from my place about July 10. from the house top will ever make the . Who is be shorn of its locks and deprived of its a published statement that he is in fav suffrage should be free and untramtnel-edD. better qualified and more Last seen on Lexington Ave. Will ap live stock industry take permanent strength, be blinded and grind out its or of No people can be said to govern competent to perform the duties of root on the farms of the corn belt. elections, preciate any information. One of the experiment rotations re existence in the prison of political des- that he is in favor of the use of money themselves whose elections are control-e- d County Attorney? Mr. Walker or I? S. D. Cochran, Lancaster, Ky. cently finished up a bunch of steers pair? by force, fraud or fear. And the I have had 17 years experience in the and whiskey to influence the voters, that were fed shelled corn, cottonseed The citizens of Garrard County know that he was in favor of making any people who do not govern themselves practice of law and am able to cope the position I have taken, and the fight Office at Rainej s Lit cry StabiV. Vote for John M. Farra are slaves. No people are beyond the with any other lawyer who may be sort of a combination to win?. I have made, for the improvement of -- -- Lancaster, The success of any man is secondary pale of hope until they have lost the employed in the defense of those whom for representative. Kentucky Pripolitical conditions in my campaign for A free it will be my duty to prosecute to the welfare, prosperity and good right to govern themselves. or who mary August 2nd. County Attorney people may be ignorant, but into that may be employed in matters adverse to The emoluments of the office I seek citizenship of the County. darkness the lamp of learning will send the County's interest. Mr. Walker is My platform is Democracy. Democare secondary to the principles for They may be a young man and has racy is the "greatest good tothegreat-es- t its illuminating rays. If you want to be cud right, had practically which I am contending. LIVE STOCK 3IARKET. is a rever-ance,f- wicked and depraved but the voice ot no experience in the practice of law. number". Democracy I have made some speeches in the SHAVED RIGHT CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YAIU13, an allegiance and obedience to virtue will pierce the walls of error and I have had experience in business which County and offered to divide time with and you will 1m tight if you o to the Hogs .Sheep Cattle supreme majesty of the law. As uplifttheir hearts. They may be unjust justify me in making the assertion that July 23 my opponent, but he has not deemed it the CATTLE: Shippers l7T,gJH VO right shop on It'thin-nand tyrannical, but duty and patriotism street. advisable to stand up before a Garrard Democrats we avow our allegiance to will lead them back to the old paths I am much better qualified to serve Butcher steers extra T 767 our State Platform adopted by represpeople than my opponent. the The Old Reuakie Bhbek. Gooil to choice 7 WifiJ 7 IV County audience and tell them where But those " entative democrats selected and assem- of rectitude and peace. 5 iyi',i iir. rarmer. it two men want to Common to fair he stands upon any proposition. HENRY DUNCAN whose liberty is in the hands of greedy hire to you for next year 7(e7 7:, bled for that purpose. and you only Heifers, extra I will make one more speech in Lan ." 2(ifi$n w Good to choice fraud, or cruel and over- need one, and one tells you he Our present State Democratic Plat- and rapacious has been Coramou to fair day July 2Sth, caster on County Court 1 OQfe 5 SO bearing force are beyond the reach of 6 ID C 25 . and my opponent will again be given form contains two sections as follows;-"W- e learning's lamp, the admonition of virtue working on a farm for 17 years and Cows, extra B 503 C CO the other tells you he has never work Good to choice favor the enactment of an explian opportunity to publicly discuss with or the voice of patriotism. No people ed on a f 4 ih5 "0 Common to fair ... which me any of the issues of the campaign. cit and effective corrupt practice act, I i.O :! (Oil are wholly civilized where a distinction Mr. Walker and I are asking employ dinners On May 9th 1913 I had published my which shall determine what campaign r. 7a67j Bulls, balosims is drawn between stealing an office and ment of the citizens of Garrard County Fat balls i; 2X$ is "platform" which I now insert in or- expenses shall be legitimate and which stealing purse. No truly honest man a for four years, I have had the experC.M.VKS: extra ll()i srlx&Wr fV der to make a logical presentation to shall provide for the compulsory puboffice to which will be satisfied with an 5 I' hi ience in law and in business and he has i air to koimi yoa of other matters connected there lication, in detail, under heavy penal?'lT ij. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician W(g, 1Q Common unJ lurgt).. . Cr.ass-- ! f i:J, i?a; i.u. i ties, of the campaign expenses of every his title is not as valid as that to the not which one will you hire? with. Same is as follows:- L'ithAttl. IlOdo : good puckers and butchers '.' 2X3 ' -' shelters his family; homestead which A great many important matters Mlxid paclers candidate for public office". 9 luS2 and to him who knowingly holds an office come before the County Attorney PLATFORM. "SWINEBROAD'S 5 017;:. "We favor the enactment of such for Stnits Hi. wise laws as will put into effect all obtained by fraud, force or chicane his legal and business judgement, he is Common to choice heavy fat sows. C WKJ S ! XJi ! r. Light shippers Pure And Clean Politics In The "Land sections and provisions of the State will ever be applied the language of the the watch-do.Admirers of Hereford cattlo afof the treasury. Pitts, (110 lbs Mid less) 7O0!3." "Now firm that as rustlers they are I was raised on a farm and know the SIIKLP: extra Constitution and we are in favor of the dramatist to a usurper of old. They will ko farther for 005 4 ;;" Of Now." does he feel his title hang loose about needs of the farmers of Physician and ENFORCEMENT OF ALL LAW." a bite, to eat or a drink of water Cnjji i Garrard Coun- Goodtochoice him, like a giants robe upon a dwarfish ty, and am farming Common to fair than any other breed. IIercford3 : 75 i at the present LAM To The Citizens of Garrard County. I therefore contend that my opponent, will find and consume more wasto LANCASTER, KY. S IS CS. extra thief." time. I am a taxpayer and know the Goodtochoice On account of business engagements by his failure to declare himself in feed on a farm than any of tho 7 Si s V, In a majority of the Counties in netds of the taxpayers. Office Phone 6. Resilience Phone 220. thin skinned breeds. Herefords are will be im- favor of the principles I am advocating I have a Common to (air which I can not neglect, it 3GO&jS0 Kentucky the candidates for all offices the best feeders and will make possible for me to see every voter in the in my campaign, denies his allegiance have pledged themselves to an election family and am interested in the best pounds of gain for fetd conmore educational facilities for the County. sumed than other cattle. They are Office Ho'irs County and thus personally explain my to democratic principles. Office ever free from the use of liquor, money and In fact I am directly unexcelled in beef type and have identified with a.m to l. 1 p. m. to 4. Skhhh-i- ' ltnSfc9. views and what I stand for in politics Our present State Democratic Plat other corrupt methods. plenty of scale, good bone, a biocky The major- the interests GOES TO THE SEAT OF RHEUMATISM of Garrard County. All I therefore take this method of pub- form declares for the "ENFORCE conformation, good ribs, heavy ity of the best citizens are in favor I ask is quarters and thick loins. Tlie Herethat you Mr. Voter cast your Rheuma Quickly Expels The Cause And licly announcing the platform which I MENT OF ALL LAW". B- - 3J1. of clean elections and they will not be vote in your own ford cow pictured was a prize wininterest and in the have advocated for a number of years ner at Chicago last falL He who is opposed to the enforcement denied. Restores lhe Whole System. interest of your County and you will DENTIST. and have talked to the voters since my of the law against Bribery is standing public announcement as a candidate against democratic principles as thus THE "FLOATER" NOT ENTITLED TO VOTE cast a vote for me. Lancaster, Ky. If you suffer from any form of Rheu- meal and clover hay. These steers Phone 65. In deciding the constitutionality of for the office of County Attorney. in conclusion I will say that my elec- matism, remember that RHEUMA goes were purchased at $o. per hundred ununciated, 1 have not used and will not use any What is the law against bribery in the primary election law the Court of tion means something to the Demo- to work quickly to remove the cause, pounds, and they were sold for $S.2j, liquor, money or any other corrupting elections? Section 1586 of the Kentucky Appeals of Kentucky state "that the cratic party in this County, for it will not simply to relieve the distress. Many but la spite of this good spread In object of the present primary election receive the credit of having elected a years' use has demonstrated thatit goes value the net profit per steer was influence in my candidacy for this of- Statutes reads thus:- fice, nor will I permit any one else to "Any person guilty of receiving a law is, to purify the politics of the man who is willing to make a fight for to the seat of the disease and expels S3.37. It cott $14,23 to make a hundred gain on these steers, compounds do so for me, and I publicly call upon bribe for his vote at an election, or for State by preventing frauds and wrong clean politics. Lick, Kentucky. the poisonous matter that has accumu- puting of feed at regular market the doing in making nominations, and it my friends to refrain from using liquor services or influence in procuring a vote Respectfully, lated; does this through the natural prices. In an adjoining feed lot ft AT LIVINCSTON. KY. G. 3. Swinebroad. channels the kidneys, bowels, liver and money or any other corrupting methods or votes at an election shall be fined will be in the interest of political similar number of steers were fed the Monday and Tuesday. for me in this race, but to use their skin. These are the sewers of the sys- same length of time, but In this case from fifty to five hundred dollars and parties and the welfare of all the Candidate for County Attorney. citizens to effectuate the salutary for the betterment of Garrard be excluded from office and suffrage. wotk-ir.- g corn silage was used In place of clover and RHEUMA leaves them P. S. Listen "Floater" be- tem naturally and allows the strength hay. These steers were bought at tho Phone Office Hours S to 12 a. rn. County politics and the uplift of the 1. "Bribe" or "bribery" means purpose designed by its enactment. ( 7to0p. m citizenship of the County. same price namely, j.5T per hundred 221). any reward, benefit or advantage Indeed no political organization can be cause I am not using money to come back in full force. RHEU10 cents per believe we have the best people on present or future, to the party influenc- effective that does not command public I MA is guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts pounds and they sold A. earth here in Garrard County and that ed or intended to be influenced, or to confidence and respect; therefore the don't sell cheap, you can & Son, who sells it foroOcents a bottle. pound higher than the steers fed on M. K. Eesny ani hay, or for $S.3u per hundred pounds. . a great majority of them are for "Clean another at his instance, or the promise integrity of all party nominations should Dcclcrs Of Dental Surgery. Their gains were made at a cost of as easy as you be so manifest as to put them above get Politics." I have been a practicing of such reward benefit or advantage. 59.SS per hundred pound, and the net Office Storines Building over Hurt NINA. .t lndr- being called in question." attorney in Lancaster for over sixteen 2. Money or other thing of value do profit per steer In this case was $20.0C then you ought on Fum.;ure -- lyre. Our present primary law defines a years and my interests as a citizpn and given or lent in whole or in part to be The-are worth pondering i results KENTUCKY. Old Gramma Creech continues very over by those who proioso to follow LANCASTER. taxpayer are linked with the people of betted on the result of election, or the political party to be "an affiliation or to have more for the this county. The voters in the next promise thereof, or a bet with another organization of electors representing a you are taking, for I am low with infirmatis of old age. along the same old fashioned route in pains In tlii-primary may judge of my qualifications that such other will vote for a named political policy and having s constituted Mr. Nath Bogie bought some shoats feeding cattle. The cheap case were due to the fact that a given and liable to double that re- of Mr- - John Wheeler and Sim Wh-el- er for the office I seek. candidate and the gift or promise of a authority for its government acreage produces a larger amount ot I also advocate an economical busi- share in any such bet made or to be regulation". ward. at 8J cts. per pound. good fattening food in the form of enness administration of the affairs of made shall be deemed a bribe." In regard to who is allowed to vote The condidates had a spell of shaken-han- d silage than can be produced In any the County, good roads, higher educa3. Whoever shall receive money or reads as follows To The Progressive around here last week all seems other way. The man who tries to finish Voters Of Garrard facilities and whatever is for the other things of value to be used for "QUALIFIED tional ELECTORS SHALL to want to beat somebody. cattle on dry feed alone must in the best interest of the citizens. On Coun- ihe purpose of procuring or influencing BE ALLOWED TO VOTE ONLY THE Co., Attention. The meeting at Bethel is doing well future compete with those who take ty Court day in May at 2 o'clock p. m. a vote or votes shall be deemed to have BALLOT OF THAT PARTY WITH this short cut to cheap gains. There The primary election is now drawing under the work of Brothers Roberts can be only one outcome of a situation I will address the voters at the Court been bribed. WHICH THEY DECLARE THEIR and Morgan some additions. House in Lancaster and at that time exlike this namely, that the pnutice of Section 1587 reads thus:- - "Whoever AFFILIATION," and the only other near at which all parties will nominate Tht weather is more pleasant since those who use the cheapest meat makpress more in detail my views along shall bribe another shall, on conviction, clause with reference to the ballot a their candidates to be voted for at the the lines as above specified and other be fined from fifty to one hundred voter may have reads an follows next Nov. election. It behooves each the hail of last Saturday which did ing foods will be the basis of cost In tho future. Those who cannot bring and every one of us to be up and doing some damage to the tobacco. questions of public interest. dollars or imprisoned from ten to ninety "ANY PERSON DESIRING TO VOTE the cost down to this minimum point and. get out our full strength on that I will divide time with my opponent, days or both so fined and imprisoned SHALL GIVE HIS NAME, HISRESI by the use of this comparatively Inexday. Let every one form him self into should he so desire. Respectfully, and be excluded from office and suf- DENCE AND THE NAME OF HIS pensive food will be eliminated from G. B. Swinebroad. frage." POLITICAL PARTY to the clerk of a committee of one to get his neighbors the business or they must continue to out to the primary on the 2nd day of Lancaster, Ky., May 9th, 1913." carry It on at n los, relying wholly for The legislature in the enactment of the election". August. We have a good tickec in the Desiring that the campaign for this their profit upon the effect of feeding the above law follows to that extent Thus we see from the primary law field composed of the following gentleoffice should be conducted by each operations on the productiveness of FOR THE HAIR Kenthat "political affiliation is a prerequis- men: their land. As said before, this profit Everything for Orchard, Lawn and candidate therefor upon his merits, I the Constitution of the State of 150 of the constitution ite legal qualification" to entitle any Unsightly matted colorless scraggy will not suffice In the ease of the averJ B Bourne, County Judgo. presented, on May 16th, a pledge to my tucky. Section Garden. person to vote, just as much so as any J M Duncan, County hair made fluffy soft abundant and age man. If dry feed cannot be fetl nt Clerk. opponent, requesting that he and I sign provides that "Every person shall be Ii.m IS. .t .... U&C XiUlSiarj ' a profit then quit feeding dry feed. If Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. taujuub Willi U1C dl UULC. TT Tl r! disqualified from holding any office of other legal qualification as to residence R S Brown, Sheriff. and publish it This pledge he REFUS Sage. It comes in 50c. bottles. etc, is necessary, and being a legal Geo. Anderson, ensilage reduces the cost of, making Jailer. ED to SIGN and the same is as follows - trust or profit for the term for which The first application removes dandruff, gains anywhere from 2 to 4 cents a he shall have been elected who shall be qualification I contend that the Jno. Green, Assessor. stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair, takes pound, then how Is this competition to "Whereas we, the undersigned having giv2n, or consent- "FLOATER" can be sworn upon the Magistrate 1st Dist. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. away the dryness and brittleness, increases be met by those who do not feed candidates for the office of County convicted of J. C. Criscillis. the beauty of the hair, making it wavy " 2nd. Dist. R M Moss. Attorney for Garrard County at the ed to the giving, offer or promise of question of his political affiliation by Lexington, Kentucky. and lustrous. " 3rd. Dist. Harrison Ray. August primary election 1913 believe in any money or other thing of value to the officers of the election and interroEveryone needs Parisian Sage. his " 4th. Dist. J W Coldiron. "honest and fair elections" we do now procure any election, or to influence the gated along the line of whether he has voter at such election." been induced by money or other thing J F Holtzclaw, for Representative. state that we have not used any liquor, vote of 151 R. E. McRoberts & Son. lounly Court Days. of the Constitution pro- of value to vote for any person. Section While there is no opposition to any money or other corrupting methods vides that "The General Assembly Richmond, 1st. Monday. HAS THE "FLOATER" any POLI- of the candidates, it is important that whatever in our race for County Paris, 1st. Monday. Attorney, nor has any liquor or money shall provide suitable means for de- TICAL AFFILIATION? Is he identifi we poll a full vote in the primary to Official Directory Of Garrard County. office any person, who, to ed with any political party? Will he not Frankfort, 1st. Monday. show our strength to the voters of or any illegal or corrupting methods priving of Miss Myrtle Colhnim, procure his nomination or election, has, even vote the Prohibition ticket for a Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. been used with our knowledge or conGarrard County, who are now turning Circuit Judge "on. diaries A. Hardm. of Russellvillc, Ala., says: Lexington, 2nd. Monday. sent, and we do pledge ourselves not to in his canvass or election been guilty quart of whiskey? toward us for relief from the evils Commonwealths Attorney IIou. Emmet Pur- "For nearly a year, I sufj ear. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Assistant Attorney General Morris which do beset us. use any liquor, money or other corrupt of any unlawful use ot money, or other beck-ach- e, Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. fered with terrible thing of value, or has been guilty of in construing this primary law holds Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. G M Patterson, Chairman. ing means or methods whatever in our Master Commissioner W. II. Brown. pains in my limbs, fraud, intimidation, bribery or any that tne "lnaeppnaent Voter has no Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. race for County Attorney, nor will we Trustee Jury Fund BenJ. F. Iiobiuson. R L Stultz, Secretary. and my head ached nearly Danville, 3rd. Monday. Ofilcial Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby allow any one else to do so with our other corrupt practice, and he shall be right to vote in the coming primary, if all the time. Our family Mason. held responsible for acts done by other this be true then by what process of Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. knowledge or consent or approval. County Judge A. D. Ford. doctor treated me, but Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. We also are opposed to any combina- with his authority, or ratified by him." reasoning can any man assert and suc County Attorney J H. Robinson. only gave me temporary I quote the law and the constitution cessfully claim that the "FLOATER" Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Clerk J. W. Hamilton. County tion of candidates or sets of candidates relief. I was certainly in Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Deputy clerk Harry Tomlluson. at the said primary election and we will in full in order that every voter may is entitled to a vote. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. bad health. My school Coroner J, A. Jones. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. not enter into any such combination nor read for himself and decide whether or Officers of the election! The best teacher advised me to Sheriff George T. Ballard. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday-Winchesallow any one else to do so for us with not he desires to vote for the office citizens of the County are looking to Deputy SLerlff C. A. Robinson. Arrive. who is making his campaign you. Will you assert your manhood 4th. Monday. TAKE Superiutendant of Schoole Miss Jennie Hlg- our knowledge or consent or approval, seeker No,10; 5:00 a. m. Monticello. 4th. Monday. nor have we entered into any such along the lines of the enforcement of and keep the the "floater" from say- To Maysville, connecting at Richmond glrs. Assessor W. S. Carrier. Versailles, 4th. Monday. combination nor has any one else done the law and the upholding of the con- ing who shall be the nominees? Frankfort & Louisville; stitution of your State or for the office If the "FLOATER" is allowed to with L & N to with C & O to Lexing- Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. so for us. Jailer Jack Adams. to openly and vote, then let the bars down, nay take at Winchester It is further agreed that the one who seeker who is unwilling to an ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. "honest them entirely out and let every person Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. Troasurer B. F. Hudson. wins at said primary election will be publicly pledge himself MAGISTRATES. bound by the above not to use nny and fair" election and who refuses to have the ballot he wants, be he Demoa. m. No 71; 8:35 J. P. Bourne 1st, Dist. liquor money or other corrupting pledge himself to make a campaign crat, Republican, Progressive, The Woman's Tonic Are You a Woman To Rowland & Stanford connecting Logan Isou 2nd. Dist. Prohibitionist, Socialist, at Rowland, L & N to all points South. Harrison Ray 3rd, Dist. methods whatever nor allow or permit without the use of liquor or money. More especially should the lawyer, "FLOATER" or "Nigger" and thus I took two bottles, in all, any one else to do so for him with his James Coldiron 4th, Dist. No 28; 11:04 a. m. and was cured. I shall knowledge or consent or approval at or who js a candidate for office, be found make the election a farce, turn loose COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. To Richmond, connecting with L & always praise Cardui to of vice and corruptprior to the final election in November, in the front ranks fighting for the the Cronlty Broaddus. 1st. Dist. strict adherence to the letter and spirit ion, let them run amuck in the "Land N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington R.D. McMurtr). 2nd. Dist. sick and suffering wo1913. & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. O. J. Hendren. 3rd. Dist. men." If you suffer from We will use our influence to obtain a of the law. of Now", and make it a land where Thomas P. King. 4th. Dist. No 70; 11:50 a. m. The law is an honorable profession the ballot shall overthrow the bible, pains peculiar to weak fair and honest election at said primary CITY OF LANCASTER. and it should be the ambition of every where the check book talks, sin to walk women, such as headTo Richmond, connecting with fast election and at said November election. Mayor II. T. Logan. ache, backache, or other By the use of money above is not lawyer to do nothing in business nor in in broad daylight, justice asleep, crime train to Cincinnati. City Judge E. W. Harris. symptoms of womanly No 27; 2:09 p. m. meant the legitimate use of money for politics to prostitute his profession runs amuck, corruption to permeate City Attorney R. H.Tomllnson. trouble, or if you merely The Woman's Tonic To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon City Clrk II. K. Hcrndon. personal expense such as advertising, from its high mission. our whole social and political fabric need a tonic for that tired, Every lawyer is an officer of the and the devil laughs from every street Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling City Assessor John M. Mount. printing bills, postage traveling exfeelnervous, worn-oGreen, and at Bardstown Junction to City Treasurer D. A. Thomas. penses and telephone and telegraph Court and before he is allowed to corner. Chief Pellce I.. E. Herron. ing, try Cardui. 5 Bardstown & Springfield. under our hands this practice his profession he must take service. Given How do you like the picture? COUNCILMEN. an oath to support the Constitution of 16 day of May 1913." No 9; 8:42 p. m. In the same decision of the Court of FOB SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS II. C. Hamilton. Parker Gregory. By the refusal of young Mr. Walker his State, and you have just seen what, Appeals the Court quotes and adopts To Stanford, connecting with fast W.M. Zanone. B.F.Walter. K4 Wm. Herndon., Q 8. Greenleal. to sign this pledge, what is the logical . the Constitution of Kentucky provides the language of the Supreme Court of 1 train to Bristol & Atlanta. . GAB e R. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. 35-1-- I I Br. Wm. Fryer, Veterinary and Dentist. Surgeon CANDIDATES ! or xt 1 -- ". W. ELLIOTT, g Suryeon. "Walter M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint ltl $5.00 $2.00, 1 taler -- risk Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES, Shrubs, Asparagus, PARISIAN SAGE .t. Rhubarb, Peonies, Ros es Phlox. Etc. ! Backaciie L.&N. . ter, Carom "Bull-Mooser- ", I ?! "hell-hound- ut e-6- or