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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 1, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913080101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 1, 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 CEOTRAl. RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNI8HED DEM0CRAC1 AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWF.NTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST To Of 1, 1913. NUMBER 17. &&2BX&B& The Democrats THREE More Days Of Garrard County. Notice the Hubs My best judgment tells me that I should ignore young (in law) Mr. Swinebroad's tirade of self praise and abuse of me, but a few observations will not be amiss. I had hoped that no personalities should enter our race and I published the following when we announced:- - Bill OnthenextStudebaker WajJonYou Pass on the You'll find they are not split and checked liXe the ordinary wagon. WHY? Road The Demonstration Of The GREAT The above is a picture of "Record", the pony and outfit given away within the next few weeks by the Central Record. to" be MAJESTIC Did you sow your turnips as we warn- ed you? The excursion to Cincinnati Sunday was fairly well patronized. To Correspondents. RANGE at We would kindly ask all correspondLabor both skilled and day, was never ents to be prompt in sending in their news letters and mail them so they scarcer or higher in Lancaster. will never reach us later than Monday The drought played sad havoc with evening. This will insure publication. the tail end of the blackberry crop. To Subscribers. Don't worry, there the Buckeye country. corn in Hope the "oldest inhabitant's" prognostication about dog days will come true. CONN BEOS HARDWARE STORE. Mr Putteet special representative prepares and serves hot buiscuit and hot coffee all day, so don't fail to call and sample his goods. The biscuits are leavened with the famous Calumet Baking Powder, so you are assured of getting something worth while. Any one purchasing a Majestic this week will be entitled to $8.00 worth of cooking utensils, FREE. Don't fail to come and see for yourself. The tent show at the ball park last week annexed about all the loose change there was in town. Home grown peaches are making their appearence on the market and are selling at $l."per pushel. The date on the Iable of your paper indicates the time to which your subscription is paid. This serves both as a receipt and an expiration notice every week. Examine the date printed after your name on the margin of this paper and see if it is correct. If not let us know. If your time has expired remit at once or better still give it to one of the many contestants now trying for our many prizes. CONN BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks The water at the lake, considering Worthy Of Patronage. the extra draft upon it, has held out remarkable well through this dry The Garrard county Colored Fair As weather. sociation is making extensive prepara tion for their three days exhibition to This is a good time to collect the dog be held on August and 30th and tax on the many worthless curs about is meeting with great success. These town, or else offer them as sacrifices to people always give a clean, creditable "Dog days"' exhibition and have heretofore been liberally patronized by the white peoThe defeated candidates after next Saturday will for some time devote ! ple, and because of the fact that there 13 to be no white they their attention to telling "how it will doubtless be tair this year more liberally patronhappened". ized than ever before. The garden truck has been sadly Court Day Speaking. damaged by the dry weather, but conditions are not so serious here in that Messrs J. R. Mount and John M. regard as are reported from other Farra, candidates for the legislature places, corn and beans are plentiful, and Mr. G. B. Swinebroad, candidate and tomatoes are beginning to come in, for County Attorney, all subject to the while the recent showers give promise action of the democracy, presented of late roasting ears. their claims to the offices which they seek, in lengthy speeches at the court house on Monday. A big crowd heard them, but there was no indication as to just "how the cat would hop" and the gentlemen can have but the satisfaction that they did their best, and if their argument fell upon deaf ears, it will be through no fault of theirs. 28-2- 9 "FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. In this issue of the Record will be found the announcement of two members of the legal fraternity of Lancaster for the nomination for the office of County Attorney of Garrard County, subject to the action of the county democracy, Messrs G. B. Swinebroad and Green Clay Walker. The former is a practising attorney, the junior member of the real estate firm of Hughes & Swinebroad and a handler of fine dairy stock, and is a sterling democrat, a good business man and a splendid gentleman, Mr. Walker is a member of the Lancaster bar, and for the past three years has been the editor of The Central Record. Further introduction of these gentlemen to the people of Gar rard county is unnecessary. We wish to state in our own behalf that it has been tacitly, and we might say generally understood, that we would be a candidate for the office for which we have announced, and we had hoped to arrange some business affairs before making this announcement public. However, the announcement of our esteemed opponent has precipita ted the publicity of our intentions. Before the race makes much prog ress we hope to get out among the people of Garrard county and personally urge our claims to their suffrage. Our opponent Mr. Swinebroad is our friend and brother attorney, and is a high class gentleman, and we wish to give assurance to the public that the campaign will be conducted along high planes, and we shall be fully satisfied with what ever decision the voters shall make in the matter." (G. C. Walker in Central Record of Dec. 6th, 1912.) 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. mudSdhe rrMM jSil Wagons B deserve a careful investigation on your part even U you s are not quite ready to buy. special saie on Buggies, Surries, Harness. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. HASELDEN BROS. frJWBrraBrrHfHI:rgllfrgJMf?aJli TngMTrflgrfMiTO I regret that the action of Mr. Swinebroad has proved him unworthy of the sentiments expressed in this article at the time of our As to Mr. Swinebroad's statement as to floaters, republicans, negros etc. voting in the primary election, I can only say that I desire the democratic nomination from the good, honest democrats of Garrard county and not otherwise, and his assertion that I am willing, to or have gone into any combination is false and untrue. I will sign and at all times have been willing to sign any conditions or agreement that the democratic committee would advocate or propose, and guarantee its enforcement, but I will not sign an agreement with any man, who has no more regard for his contract than Swinebroad, as evidenced by nis past conduct. As to his and my reputa tion and standing on the use of whisky, I only ask that you shall inquire from those who know both of us. If I must blow my own horn, it must go unblown, but I submit this letter from Judge Gordon, my old law teacher and one of the ablest and most learned Circuit Judges in the state as to my qualifications. Over Stocked Now is the time to get Bar gains on Buggies, Harness, Wagons Don't miss this opportunity. It will only last 30 days. Dr. Parsley Buys Auto. DRESS YOU COOL For The Central Kentucl$ Trousers in Fairs. We have Light Weight Coats and Dr. J. J. Pursley has purchased a handsome four passenger Buick automobile, which he proposes to use not only for the pleasure of himself and family, but also to get good sen-ic- e out of it in the sale of the "Dakota Jack" remedies, whose sale has grown so rapidiy that the clever gentleman has been compelled to discard his old manner of travelling on a broncho and adopt the more modern and faster mode of travel. To The Democrats Of Magisterial No. 1. District Louisville, ky. July 26, 1913. Mohairs, Serges, Cheviots, 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 frorii New York a beautiful line of Summer There is a rumor that I have lined up with one of the candidates for Magistrate in this district I denounce this as false in every particular. I am making the race in my own behalf and the people's and if elected will attend to your affairs from solely a business and honest standpoint in every particular. If I am defeated in this race please remember that 1 am still a democrat and will always support that ticket. Davis Sutton. $300.00 Reward. I will give $300. in rewards for the arrest, and conviction in the Garrard uircuit uourt, oi persons guilty of a v :- r 7 Gaps, Belts, Ready-To-Wear Silk Socks, Etc. at-COST. Low Shoes in Tans, Extent Leather, White Canvas and Bucks. Ladies Garments going Call on us, we can please you in style and save you money. H. T. LOGAN LANGASTER, KY. I violation of the Bribery Law (Section 1586 Ky Statutes) at the Primary Election of August 2nd, 1913, as follows $50. for the first and $25. each for the next four convictions of the bribe takers, and $50. for the first and $25, each for the next four convictions of the bribe givers. The reward to go to the person giving the information to the Grand Jury which finds the indictment. t This proposition is made to prove that I am willing to spend my money to justify the principles for which I am contending. G. B. Swinebroad. Democratic Candidate for County Attorney. 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., Lancaster, Ky. Mr. Green Clay Walker, Lancaster, Ky. My dear Mr. Walker: "I see you are a candidate for the Democratic nomination for County Attorney of your home county and as I X learn, with excellent prospects of suc cess. I remember with pleasure your work with us in the Jefferson School of Law. Your close application, your ready ability in acquiring the principles of the law and your marked capacity for communicating them, shown both in recitation and examinations, as well as your class standing, convinced me then that early success in your chosen profession was assured. I know if the good people of your county choose you as their law officer you will render them not only faithful service, but your work will be capably and ably done. Assuring you of my personal regard and best wishes, for your success in the primary and again in November, I remain. Very sincerely your friend, Thomas R. Gordon." I promise further that if after 17 years experience in the practice of law, I do not make a better showing than my brother Swinebroad, I will quit and go into the real estate, farming, insurance, jersey cattle or other business. As to my qualifications I further refer to the officials and citizens of Lancaster who know both of us. If elected, I will faithfully perform all the duties of the office of County Attorney, and do all in mv, power to assist in the enforcement ofthe laws. Respectfully, Green Clay Walker. Democratic candidate for county W. J. YOUR Romans BUSINESS I I SOLICITED. Our Goods are First Class Our Prices Reasonable. With prompt and courteous treatment we hope to make you a permanent customer. Davidson & Doty. r 3C- .. : , jzx . VtaSh " - - &1F Page 2 The Central Record, Friday, Aug 1, 1913. Let Lis Supply Your WW Housefurnishing Needs. We have all that is newest and best in Furniture, Qarpets, Mattings, Rugs, Wall Paper, Pictures, Pianos, Organs, Victor-Victrola- s, Typewriters, Etc. "The Store Beautiful." HURT . , and ANDERSON LANCASTER, KY. Protracted Meeting In County. Mrs. Carter's Will Probated. "The Bright Spot In Lancaster." The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. J. E. ROBINSON. EorroR. R.L ELKIN, Business Manager. Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., Mall Matter. as Second-Clas- s Member Kentucky and Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., August 1, 1913. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 10.00 or County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 for line For Cards, per line Calls, per 10 10 For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per line 05 that body will no doubt deal with them as they shoald. It seems an outrageous state of affairs that the good people, the law abiding citizens of the county cannot gather together at a church in the country to worship God without having their services disturbed by a lot of drunken hoodlums, and such conduct most assuredly will not be tolerated. It seems that so far the law has not provided means to prevent the shipping of liquor into dry territory, but the law does provide ample punishment for the misdee Is of those who violate it when under the influence of liquor, and especially severe is the law for disturbing religious worship. The good people of this county have become tired, exceedingly tired, of repeated offenses of this character, and they propose to put a stop to it, effectually ind forever, and in this determination they will be willingly, nay cheerfully abetted by the officers of the law, and the bringing to the bar of justice and administering the law to the fullest extent to some of the offenders is the very best possible method for breaking up such an outrageous evil. Fair Season Opens. The county Fair season in Central Kentucky will open this week with exhibitions in Berea and Harrodsburg, and Lancaster as a matter of course will send a delegation to each place, as she will to every fair held within a radius of fifty miles from the present date until the season closes. L & N Completes Protracted meetings are in progress Gunn's Chapel below Buckeye, and much interest is being created at both places. At the iatter place the church proved too small to accomodate the worshipers and a tent has been erected which will accommodate several hundred people and services are being held therein. Schools Of County Greatly Improved. at Bethel church near Nina and at Carter was admittdd to probate in the The will of the late Mrs. Pauline Record's Prize Contest Pavement. county court on Monday, and Mr. B. F. Hudson wa3 named and qualified as executor. Mrs. Carter left all of her property to Mr. and Mrs. George B. Allen, they to have the proceeds of it during their lifetime, and at their death it goes to their children. Voting in The Drought A Serious Problem. Just Fairly Launched. The Louisville and Nashville R. R. Co have completed a handsome concrete sidewalk across their premises leading from the depot, and it is hoped that other property owners will put down concrete, filling the gaps at intervals until we will have concrete walks all the way from the depot to town. What Will They Do? Salt river is too far distant, and besides it is probably dry, there are, with We are authorized to announce the following candidates for Democratic Nominations. For State Senator. CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. Of Casey County. For Representative. JOHN M. FARRA. J. R. MOUNT. For County Judge. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. JAMES A. BEAZLEY. For Sheriff. C. A. ROBINSON. ASHBY ARNOLD. For County Attorney. G. B. SWINEBROAD. GREEN CLAY WALKER. For Jailer. JACK ADAMS. DAVE ROSS. For Assessor. DAVE C. SANDERS. E. B. RAY. For School Superintendant. MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. For Magistrate. 1st District. JOHN N. WHITE. SHIPTONH. ESTES. DAVIS SUTTON. JAMES H. DALTON. 2nd District CHARLES C. BECKER. TAYLOR T. BURDETT. LOGAN ISON. We are authorized to announce the following candidates for city offices. For Police Judge. E. W. HARRIS. J. P. PRATHER. ft It seems strange, but it is nevertheless true that in the country districts the young men who get hold of a supply of liquor invariably seek out a place where people have congregated for the worship of God, and their arrival is usually followed by disturbance and often times by a fight It should not be necessary to have peace officers in order to preserve order at a country church, and it willwill be necessary if Garrard county grand juries will deal with such offenders as they so richly deserve. Within the last ten days disturbances have occurred in the county from this very cause, each resulting in a. cutting affray, one at a church where a protracted meeting was in progress, the other at or near a school house. Warrants for the young malefactors are in the hands of the officers, and it is but matter of time when they will be captured, and if the proof prove sufficient, be held to the grand jury, and one or two exceptions, no vocalists among th e candidates before tomorrows primary, who could render the "Swan Song" in a creditable manner, and we suppose it will behoove the losers to resort to the time honored custom of Less excitement attends the approach- clothing themselves in sack cloth and ing primary of Saturday than the usual ashes. We do not election in this County. Cattle Die From Eating Paris Green. take this to indicate that the people are not interested or that they do not Mr. E. P. Jones a farmer residing fully appreciate the importance of the near Nina lust six head of eight hunresults. From the nominees of three dred pound cattle last week from eatparties at this election your County ing paris green. Tenants had been usofficers for the next four yeare will be ing the poison on tobacco and the catselected and in turn how well your bus- tle in some unknown manner managed iness affairs will be conducted and your to open the door of a barn where it was penal laws enforced, depends on the kept and ate of it, their death followkind and character of persons you se- ing Mr. Jones had the cattle sold for lect in this primary and elect at the 5J cents per pound. general election in November. This is Julian Anderson Convalescent. the first county election held under the primary law and we hope that all the Julian Anderson, the young son of people, irrespective of party affiliation Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Anderson of this who desire fair elections and favor the city, who was injured while in swimright of a party to name its nominees ming with some young companions will unite in an effort to see that this while on a visit to his aunt in Fleming primary is fairly conducted. It is to county, is recovering from his injuries. be regretted that this County did not His left foot was almost severed in follow adjoining Counties in an effort twain by coming in contact with a brokto prevent, through the action of the en bottle in the water. His father who Democratic Committee, the uses of has returned from his bedside, reports money and intoxicants in corrupting him as doing nicely, and his recovery and influencing the voters in the pri while necessarily slow is assured. mary. We should like to have seen this election held according to the spirit Charley Adams Recovers From Injury. and letter of the law and we believe The many friends of Mr. Charley and hope that the efforts made in this County to that end will have its effect Adams, son of Jailer and Mrs. Jack in the future. Th e election officers Adams of this city, will be glad to are selected from the Democratic and know that he has sufficiently recovered Republican parties. The Progressives as to be able to leave the hospital in have no voice in naming the officers of Lexington, where he was taken after the election and have no representation a severe accident from the blowing up It was at in the officers. These two organizations of the tire of a motorcycle. should guarantee to every candidate first thought that young Adams was before the primary a fair count of the seriously injured, but he'seems to sufvotes. Only those who are known to fer no bad effects further than the loss affiliate with and are known members of several front teeth. of the respective parties should offer Folk Lore. to or be permitted to vote for or par"Dog Days" began on July 25th, and ticipate in determining the nominees of any other party except his own: those versed in folk lore tell us that if For the Progressives or Republicans to it rains within the first three days of be permitted to influence the Demo- dog days, we shall have forty days of cratic party in the selection of its nom- seasonable weather; it rained on both the second and third days and if the inees would defeat the spirit and of the law, and this should be theory can be depended upon, we are to prevented by the officers of the elec- havegood late vegeatables, corn, tobac co add all other things which season' tion. The right of the members of a able weather brings. We do not pretend political party to select party nomines to doubt these old theories, we have in a legalized primary is a privilege great confidence in the prognostications that should be appreciated and was not of the sagacious ground hog as to future enjoyed in this State until the present weather conditions, and they say every law was enacted by the last Legislature. "dog has his day", then why should Some effort has been made by party the dog not be a weather prophet as bosses to dissatisfy the people with the well as the hog? primary system. If this election is Two Cases Of Typhoid Ferer. held according to the spirit of the law and the election officers do their duty Tercy Burnside, a valued employee nothing wjll be held except commenda- of the Record office who has been sick tion and approval of this law, and the for a couple'of weeks has developed old convention system of selecting typhoid fever; he is at the home of his nominees with its unfairness and father in this city and and all that can corruption will have disappeared for- be done for him in the way of careful ever in Let us have a fair nursing, is and will be done, and a legprimary. ion of friends join his anxious fellow workers in the Record office in the hope that hewill speedily be restored 'to Protracted Meeting. health. Rev; Warren, assisted by Rev. Lacy, ignite miss uiaays rrisoie is also a of Lexington will begin a series of victim of typhoid at the home of her meetings at Antioch church next Tues- mother Mrs. H. T. Logan. Miss Gladys day night, Aug. 5th. Every oue is is wrestling with the second siege of cordially invited to attend these meet- this malady; and it is hoped and ings that much good may result there the present case will be in from. alight form. pur-purpo-se thjs-State. The people throughout the state of Kentucky have been awakened to the necessity of improving the public schools and in response to this awakening great advancement has been made in the cause of education. From appearances Garrard county has kept pace with other sections of the State in school im- provment. The present Board of Edu cation of this County composed of Cronley Broaddus of District number 1, R. D. McMurty, district number 2, O. J. Hendren of district number 3 and T. P. King of district number 4. with Mis3 Jennie Higgins as chairman of the County Board, are enthusiastic advocates of better schools for Garrard County and have worked faithfully to that end for the past two years, and the noticeable improvement in all school matters is dur to the untiring work of this good Board. The superintendent of schools of the County has just had a very complimentary letter from State Superintendent Hamlett commending the Garrard County Board for its ex cellent work in handling the schools of this County and urging that this Board be It is the position of the State officer that when a trustee or a member of the County Board intelligently and faithfully serves the people in these positions that he should be retained and endorsed. This is good advice and should be followed by the people. It would be well for the people to see that such trustees are elected next Saturday according to the suggestion of the State Superintendent. Conn Bros. Demonstration. The drought this year has been the occasion of more damage than has occured from this cause in the county in many years. In some localities there has been no appreciable rainfall since April, while in others the June rain which rendered the ground too wet to work, was the last had. As a con sequence, there is not a portion of the county but has suffered more or less from the lack of rain. The southern part of the county doubtless was hardest hit; here meadows were scarcely worth cutting, while the recent showers, and with seasonable weather from this time, they will make no crops, corn is burnt up and many farmers have turned their stock in on their corn fields to seek what green food they might find there. There is not a sprig of grass and cattle are being fed oats, roughness and whatever is available. Other localities, especially in the Buckeye country are more fortunate, their crops have stood the siege better and give promise of a fair yield. Live stock have suffered much from the lack of rain, cattle have been driven everywhere where a little grass was available, one bunch frequently being taken to two and three different localities within two weeks, first the grass and then the water giving Out and necessitating removal. Stock water has been exceedingly scarce, some of the best creeks in the county being dryer than was ever known. Those Who Know Him Surprised. the big prize competition gets brisker. Many of the candidates are just beginning to wake up to the fact that they can win a valuable prize very easily. Many inquiries coming in from new contestants asking for information. Pony and outfit. Three diamond rings, Three Elgin watches, and six other valuable prizes are to be given away absolutely free. Send Your Nonination Today. an early start in the big race. Rememhpr thorp n ti districts and at least four prizes will be awarded to each district. You need only compete against these in your own district for any of the district prizes. Get ed The Central Record's Big Prize Campaign, like all other huge affairs is slow in launching but gathers speed from day to day and will soon be swinging along in fine style. The list grows steadily each day as more and more ambitious people make up their mind3 that their chances are as good as anyone already on the list, and they proceed to get a pair of scissors, clip the nomination blank and then send it to the contest department Then they come in for the printed matter and instructions or have it mailed to them and proceed to get busy. That's about all there i3 to it. Those who realize that fact and get a start at once, before the other candidates begin to wake up, will be the ones who will wear the smile that won't come off after the contest is over. There is not a contestant in the race at the present time whose lead Here Are Not could not be over come with a half hour's efforts among your friends. NOMINATE YOUR "FAVORITE" matter and instructions. ABOUT CONTEST MATTERS. Although the contest manager has been busy explaining the details of the contest and telling about them in the paper, there are still a number of not understand it Contestants whose names are now on the list or prospective candidates who are thinking of entering are invited to call at the Record office and have the contest matter explained more fully. Or if you are unable to call at the office, the contest manager will be glad to call at your home and assist you in starting your campaign. Do not hesitate to ask for his assistance for he is here for that purpose. He is as anxious to secure subscriptions as you are to win the prizes and will gladly help you in any way he can. peo-who- 5,000 VOTES FREE. Messrs Conn Bros, are conducting a demonstration of the good qualities of the Majestic range at their store on Stanford Stthis week. They have sent out invitations all over the county and are regaling the visitors with delicious biscuits and coffee. On Monday they offered a prize to the child giving the most 'correct answer to the following list of questions; this prize was won by little Miss Clementine Elsener, the bright little eight year old granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller. We publish herewith a list of the questions propounded and the very intelligent answers given by the little Miss which won for her the prize offered Why is the great Majestic range the most durable range made? it is the best range on the :- market 2nd. Because it heats more with less fuel than any other range does with twice as much fuel. 3rd. Because it bakes better and only takes half the time. 4th. Because it heats readily and you do not have to get it red hot before you can get a meal like you have to do with most stoves. 5th. Because it last you a e for it is made of the best material and you do not have to keep buying burnt out pieces for it 6th. Because it is cheap for the money and it pays to buy a good one when you buy and this is the very best 7th. Because Conn Bros, sell it and they are the "Live and let Live" Deo- ple and always sell the best and that is why they sell the Great Majestic. Clementine Elsener. life-tim- The following is taken from the Lexington Leader of the 27th. "Moses Ray, the huckster who was severely injured by the dynamite explosion on Water street early Wednesday morning, and who is now on the way to recovery, seems to bear a charmed life, judging from the way he has successfully dodged disaster in the past Mr. Ray is a native of Garrard county, where several years ago the house in which he was stopwas ping during a thunderstorm struck by lightning and he was knocked unconcious by the effect of the bolt and picked up for dead. He soon recovered, however, and went about his business. Some time after this he was waylaid by an enemy and struck in the head, the blow rendering him senseless and leaving an ugly scar on him, which he still carries as a souvenir of .. the attack. After lightning and malice had done their worst, and had apparently left him unscathed, Fate a few days ago tried the effects of dynamite on 2nd prize. The Great Majestic is the most durable as well as the most desirable stove made because it not only saves fuel and work for the housekeeper it makes work a pleasure for her. Lula Anderson. 3rd prize. The Majestic is the best stove that is known, because they are made out of the best material, they will neither break, crack or warp. George Estes. A. T. Putteet, Demonstrator. him, and while Mr. Ray was badly stunned and severely cut and bruised about the head and the' face by tfce explosion, he says that he is a very "live corpse" yet. Since .he has had three such miraculous escapes from death, he has begun to think that his "guardian angel" is still on the job, and will yet see to it that he is not carried off by violence." Mose Ray above referred to, or Mose Judson as he is better known here in his old home, left Garrard county about nine years ago together with his brother James Judson, and both have since made their home in Lexington. Mose's career in Garrard county was a tempestuous one, and his exploits and the things which befell him while a resident here would fill a book of considerable size. His latest exploit was to kick over a can of nitroglycerinerwhich he found in an old shed, and the explosion which followed would have blown a less lucky man to Kingdom Come, but the above article shows that Mose was born under a lucky star and it will take something more powerful than nitro glycerine to end his career. There are still a number of towns, rural routes and neighborhoods that are not yet represented in the big prize competition and we would be glad to have our subscribers and friends send in nominations from their neighborhoods. Just send in the name3 and postoffice addresses of one or more ambitious people from your vicinity whom you think would lik? to try for the valuable prizes. The names of those making nominations will not be devulged and by sending in these nominations, it may bring some person the prize they have long desired. A great many people would like to enter a campaign of this kind if they knew about it in time but it is impossible to advertise it sufficiently in two or three weeks time in a weekly paper so that everyone will hear of it So we have to depend on our friends and subscribers to help us by nominating people from their vicinity. Prospective candidates should not be frightened at the long list of names which are now in the paper, for only part of these candidates who have been nominated will continue in the race. These names have been sent in by friends who thought possibly their favorites might like to try for the prizes. A great many of these names will be cut off the list in the next few weeks as contest manager finds out whether or not these people intend to make an active race. EASY TO WIN A PRIZE. These are "Booster Days" in the big campaign and now is the time for you to get a good start in the great race. 5,000 EXTRA VOTES in addition to the usual number will be given on every dollar's worth of New Subscriptions turned in between the date3 of Friday morning, August 1st, and Thursday night, August 7th at 8 P.M. Subscriptions sent by mail will be counted on this offer if the envelope is postmarked not later than 8 P. M. Aug. 7th. Below is the regular vote schedule. Add 5000 extra votes to EVERY DOLLARS WORTH OF NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS TURNED IN BEFORE 8 P. M. AUG. 7th. NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS. 10 8 5 3 2 1 years years years years years years OR 84.000 C8.0OO 45,000 29.000 21,000 7.80O RENEWALS. BACK SUBSCRIPTIONS 10 8 5 3 2 1 years years years years years year 40,000 30,000 18,000 10,200 7,800 2.400 The price of the Lancaster Record is $1.00 per year. WHO MAY ENTER. Central Under the liberal arrangement of districts and prizes, prospective candidates will find it very easy to win a prize. It requires only a little of your snare time and is just a question of meeting the friends whom you are now meeting about every day. It costs nothing to enter or try for any of the prizes. The hardest part of a campaign of this kind is to get started but after you do, votes and subscriptions will come easy for you. Don't be afraid to let your friends know that you intend to become an active candidate and they will be glad to clip the coupons from the paper and save their subscriptions for you. The first thing to do is to send in your nomination blank, properly filled out and ask the contest manager to send you the print 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 friends are not confined to (Continued on page 6.) ? -- 7 ., The Central Record, Friday, Aug I, 1913. Page' 3 What To Co with A tute Drunken Man Or A Morphine Or T1 j. 3 - - . rtUUfbli Cheap Cures. Take him directly to Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Kentucky, which is the only Keeley InstiThere 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 start life anew. 400,000 men end women cured, 25,000 of whom are Physicians. in Kentucky or Tennessee. We have a large comfortable, convenient and private institute, with all modern conveniences. Broad veranda1', large.well-ventilated 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 mo3t 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 and witness the treatment. rooms with electric lights, hot and cold baths; also fitted up and arranged so as to combine the advantage of easy elegant seehiMon with thu most cheerful and home-like surroundings. Both ladie's and gentlemen arc admitted. the name of Dr. Leslie E. Keeley." REV. JENKIN LLOYD JONES, Chicago. "It becomes my duty to speak with 32 years in operation and still the best. Patients are not ill. confined. Patients are not nauseated, nor made The treatment removes the poison, builds up the nerves, improves manhood clears the brain, makes a man out of a nervous wreck, slops all craving for liquor. Liquor patients require 4 weeks treatment. Drug patients require 4 to G 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 for Treatment Neurasthenia or Nerve Exhaustion, $8 e 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-ounc- The Keeley Treatment has now been before the public for more "The Keeley Cure has saved where nothing It has on it the else under Heaven wotfld mark of the approval of the Lord God Almighty." REV. T. DEWITT TALMAGE. than thirty-tw- o years. It is recognized as the only safe and reliable We publish received treatment for Liquor and Drug Using before the public. herewith a few of the many testimonials and endorsements S? m,,- - iiri !ff. . !,... n. .,,., "I desire toxpress 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 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 da 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. 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. "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- ing shops in no other city can beat them in their line of workmanship. The experimental cases were sent down to Koeley, one at a time, extending over a period of several weeks. And in due time they were all returned 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 fm -- '&. w?." ' ' Do I know it does save them, beknow it is God's truth tha'. I take the deepest interest in the Keeley Cure, and so long as I live I shall raise my voice in advocating its effica- it notv. 0 'v3f. ",f 5i . , "It is because I The wealthy men and Doctors come themselves. Shows what they think. cause cy. 4 HOTELS 4 RT. REV JOHN SHANLEY, Bishop of North Dakota. nststute Address J. B. Willis, Manager. CRAB ORDHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. SiSSSRCSS3BmStE!SXSXMS3e9SSSBBaeESia UL'UKKYK. Light airy connecting rooms. Capacity 500 guests. $100.600 brick building. 83 acres Shady Woodland. Finest in the South hot and cold shower and tub baths. Boating, hunting and fishlake 18 leet deep. ing. A four-acr- e 1 2 miles from Dix river. 70 ft. solid "Grand Ball concrete bathing pool room, Electric light and ice plant. Long distance phone, four daily trains, express, free auto gaiage, livery in connection. Reduced jates 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. NINA. Mrs. Barbrv Creech still continues Rev. H. M. DeMoss of Louisville is verry low. with friends here. Mr. Zeak Jones lost six head of cattle iMiss Lilly Pierce from Louisville is last week from eating paris green. with her sister Mrs. Oscar Ray. Mr. Walker Great preparation is being made for visited his Nance, of Rockaslle, Co. sister Mrs, Barbry Creech. the dedication of the new church at They have begun work on the Nina Chapel. pike again and it will soon be completRev. Wanvn of Lexingson has been ed. a guest at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. W. D. Jones and little son Earl S. Gilbert. of Richmond are visiting their aunt Mrs Mrs. J. P. Long has returned to her Moris Ross. home in Lancaster after a visit to Mrs. The meeting closed at Bethel Sunday Rob't Long. night with 20 additions 9 by baptism Mrs. Mary Dickerson and daughter and 11 taking membership. Miss Katie of Richmond aie visiting Miss Minnie Sanders of Marksberry Mrs. Geo. Ray. and Miss Barby Gulley of Buckeye has Mrs. Jennie Broadus has returned to been the week end guest of Mrs. R. W. her home after an extended visit to Sanders and attended meeting at Bethel. relatives in Missouri. Mr. Lotos Bogie and family of Jessamine Co. were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Bogie. the guest of her aunt Mrs. Walker Guyn. Mrs. E. L. Woods and Miss Diana of Crab Orchard, and Mr. Woods spent last Friday in Lexington. of Wilton Ky. Miss Lillian Cochran of Lancaster is News was received here Miss Mattie Tribble has for her guest her neice Miss Frances Tribble of Shelbyville. Mrs. Jennie Baker of Gallipolis Ohio, is quite sick at the home of Mr. Jim Woods. her son Mrs. Calvin Hulet and children spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mrs. Wm Hurt. Miss Christine Rucker left Monday for a visit to her sister and brothers at Wilmore and Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Cayle and Mrs. Benny-ma- n Robert Burton have returned to there home in Louisville after a visit to Mrs. A. C. Miles. Mr. and Mrs. of Berea were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logston Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Melitia Estridge gaveja dining PAINT LICK. last Saturday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Walter McWhorter. There were about Mr. Conn Asher is spending his vaca- thirty relatives present. tion at Wilmore with relatives. Mrs. A. B. Estridge and son Roy Mr. G. W. Rico and daughter Miss have had for their visitors Mr. J. C. McLouise spent Sunday in Lexington. Whorter and grandson Evan Edmonson Miss Christine Merritt of Danville is to death also a lot of farming imple-stuf- f. He carried the guest of Mrs. W. II. Mueller and ments and feed $1000 insurance. last Monday Miss Martha Sacrav. of the death of Rev. Anderson former Miss Effie Farmer and Master Dink Pastor of the Christian church. He Farmer Jr. are the guests of friends at The Darkest Hour. died at a Lexington Hospital of typhoid Waynesburg this week. Do You Own a Our darkest hourss when we rise to the fever. The members of the chinch and Miss Elizabeth Hunn has returned call of the phone. the community deeply regret to hear of this death and extend sympathy to his after a delightful visit spent at Hus- And bump our nose and break our toes Pure Bred Boar? tonville with Miss Annie Dunn. family. and smash our funny bone. . Mrs. A. L. Foster and little sons You'll never know the comfort that u d can bring, hot Chas and Fred of Waynesburg are the STANFORD. Try one of my guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Jordan. Till some wrong number starts your If not, why not? phone to going Durocs and watch your profits grow Mrs. E. B. Richie and little son Geo. Miss Nell Moore of Frankfort is the My spring pigs are by Sires of of Mineral Wells Texas are the guests guest of Miss Elizabeth Hunn. Grand Champions and out of sows of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Miss Lyle Cooper is the guest of j Menefee. of royal breeding. Also have a few Miss Patsy Kinnaird at Lancaster. Mrs C. L. Gover has returned home bred gilts for sale. Entire herd im- Miss Pauline Hocker is the guest of FOR THE HAIR ; mumed againsi cholera. her aunt Mrs. Mattie Duncan at Lan- after a visit to her sister Mrs. O. M. Huffman and brother Mr. John Mein If your hair is too dry brittle colorPrices low, quality high. Satis- caster. at Danville. less thin stringy or falling out use Call and see Miss Elizabeth Holtzclaw has return, faction guaranteed. Sage now at Misses Lissa Holtzclaw and Elizabeth Parisian itching scalp, once. ed after a visit to Miss Ella Rignev at cleanses the hair my herd. Phone 363-It stops Higgins entertained the Back Club of dust and excessive oils, removes dandHustonville. Miss Verna Rout ha3 returned after with a tennis party on the clubs tennis ruff with one application, and makes the dant. Delicious hair doubly beautiful soft a visit to her brother Mr B. Rout and court Saturday evening. Try a 50c bottle ices and cakes were served. Louisville. wife at It will not only save your hair and make Miss Louise Hubble of the Eubank Lightning struck Mr Carrol Shanh's it grow, but give it the beauty you desire. section is the guest of her sister Mrs barn Monday and it immediately went' Lancaster, Ky. up in flames. One mule was burned Garland Singleton. R. E. McRoberts & Son. J. B. Black Mr. Farmer cuss-wor- ting-a-lin- g. PARISIAN SAGE B. fluffy-abun- B. F. Robinson, g E353S23S&J NBM samtea EVERYBODY IS GOING TO THE SIX BIG Days and Nights, Commencing BLUE GRASS FAIR AUGUST ELEVENTH $20,000 In Premiums 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. the rest. Hike to the Blue Grass Fair but come to Lexington to get the best. FREE ACTS DAILY. Everybody from everywhere. You may see all Reduced Rates on all Roads. For Catalog or Further Information Address JOHN W. BAIN, Sec, Lexington, Ky. aot Page' 4 J-- wAutKaWWVil'i rr - -- .". :,.,...r',, ., ... . ,, -- ,..T rr ... -- i,1r-.- w. The Central Record, Friday, Aug ...,. r . .'. 1, .. i- 1913, .r,.-w- V i . .. - . r . -- .. ..- .. , --- c -- if ihjiLiiMM mi iiimjmimiibj iijimj ....,.'.,, - .,.. . . ,.. L i1M'lJfc-iKtlMICT!llft-' T'.ffiL-- -i lMlMlil.JiMlLrMiMJtt-tftl- Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Best Premium List Ever Offered Largely increased premiums insure the largest play of Fine Stock ever shown on the famous grounds. (lis- - The Great Danville The Music Will be a Big Most Attractive Grounds in Kentucky. mF JS Feature. ( "1 MiSS Three BiSf Saddle Colt Futurity Stakes. Charlotte Brand Day. JML6H"y "W0"JtwO UlUCL a Noted Vocal Soloist will render a Special Program Each For Children, .. and Clean, Moral Side Shows For Everybody. Wait For The Biggest And Bigger And Better Poultry Big Premiums For stock of aii kinds. Best Fair to be Held in Ky. Department. For Futher Information Address H. C BRIGHT, Secretary, Danville, Kentucky. 30,000 Voices! And Many AreJThe Voices Of PE Tr! MiiilulliJllijSxMxviMlPMi .M Mothers! Have Your Children Worms. Minister Praises This Laxative. To My Friends IN 1 Lancaster 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 Reme- trip was great success, selling The North Western Cow Boy. advertising and getting better results than ever. I am getting hundreds of letters, DAKOTA JACK, more medicine,doing more testimonials and praises from all over the United States in regard to my remedies. My remedies are all on sale and always will be at J. E. Stormes, and R. E. McRoberts & Son, Lancaster, Ky. making my name famous all Indian Herbs over the United States, for Blood, Rheumatism, Kidney, Lier Stomach, nervous and female troubles. A 45 days treatment 1.00. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment for all pain and deafness price 25 cts per pottle. Dakota Jack's Creme Soap for human skin, shaving, shampooing and bath 3 cakes 25 cts. frai tRVAVHIWOsnYiCN Pursley's Indian Herbs Pursley's that's 3 ImioJ feral fiSTi H Thirty thousand voices What a grand m. chorus! And that's the number of American men and women who are praising Doan's Kidney Pills for relief from backache, kidney and bladder ills. They say it to fiiends. They tell it in the home papers. Lancaster people are in this chorus. Here's a Lancaster case. C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard St., in Lancaster, Ky., says: "Nearly every spring I use Doan's Kidney Pills and they keep me in good health. During the winter colds settle on my kidneys and caused pains through my back. A friend told me about Doan's Kidney Pills and I used them. They stopped the pains and my kidneys became i m normal " Mr. Brummett is only one of many B Lancaster people who have gratefully endorsed Doan's Kidney Pills. If your back aches if your kidneys botheryou, don't simply ask for a kidney remedy-a- sk distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mr. Brummett had the remedy backed by home testimony, 50c all stores. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Props,, Buffalo, N. Y. "When Your Back is Lame Remember the Name." I 1 1 People. P 8 I Are they feverish, restless, nervous, irritable, dizzy or constipated? Do they con tinually pick their nose or grind their teeth? Have they cramping pains, irregular and ravenous appetite? These Worms not are all signs of worms. only cause your child suffering, but Give stunt its mind and growth. "Kickapoo Worm Killer" at once. It kills and removes the worms, improves your child's appetite, regulates stomach, liver and bowels. The symptons disappear and your child is mads happy and All healthy, as nature intended. druggist or by mail, 25c, Kickapoo Indian Medicine Company Philadelphia, Pa. St Louis, Mo Rev. O. Stubenvoll of Allison, la., in praising Dr. King's New Life Pills for constipation, writes: "Dr. King's New Life Pills are such perfect pills no home shou.d be without them." No better regulator for the liver and bowels. Every pill guaranteed. Try tthem. Price 25c. at R. E. McRoberts & Son. DAIIN MOWER. r! HT. HEIHION Mr. J. E. Sherrow sold to J D Pope, two steers price $S2. Mr and Mn Tom Hicks attended tttef-t'-Jchurch at Bethel Sunday. All faces were wreathed with smiles t after the fine rain of Saturday. Mr. Chas Duncan and family were with relatives near Burgin last week Mr. R. L. Grow sold to N. T- - Grow, a few days ago, a pair of work mules for 310. Mr. J. W. Vanarsdall and wife were with relatives in Madison Co. Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Lee Grow bought of Mr. Berry Brunner of Jessamine a bunch of sheep at $4.75 per head. Mr Sam Duncan of Burgin came over with Rev Gash Saturday and was with relatives here and at Coy. Miss Nellie Scott who is teaching Sunny-Sid- e school was with home folks at Paint Lick from Friday until Sunday. Mr C A Arnold received of Edd Grow a fat cow Saturday at 4J cts per lb, he also received of L. E. Speaks a heifer at 5J cts per lb. Mr Earl Grow bought a mare and colt from Mr Huffman for $180 he also sold to Mr Lee Grow a pair of work mules price 275. In the absence of Rev. J W Mahan pastor, Rev Ernest Gash of Burgin preached at this place Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vanderpool and daughter Hattie Lou weie with their son Mr. Wm Vanderpool near Burgin the latter part of the week. Mr. Wm. Matherley and wife of Washington Co. were with their cousins Mrs Ernest Montgomery and Mr. Chas Duncan from Wednesday until Friday. m i gif&iti&r s$s3&' lit ji-- L ifa"-- . ,nfc i )j4: PUEUHEKSYILLE. Mr. Menefee Elmore lost a good mule by death from getting snagged. m m HAMILTON valley. fSi Jf? Sunday School was organized here at this place Sunday. Mr. George Allen returned to his home in Colorado Tuesday. Miss Lillie Bvrd was the guest of Miss Stella McQueary Sunday. Mis3 Pearl Parson was the guest of Miss Lizzie Tankersley Saturday. Miss Dora Douglas was the guest of home folks Mr. and Mr3. J. A. Owens Saturday. Suffered Eczema Fifty Years Now Well. skin-disea- Seems a longtime to endure the awful burning, itching, smarting, known as "tetter" another name for Eczema. Seems good to realize, also, that DR. HOBSON's ECZEMA OINTNo Dirt, No Bother In a very short time any building can have its fire, MENT has proven a perfect cure. lightning-proo- f trap coering turned into a modern Mrs. D. L. Kennev writes: "I canroot at a very moderate cost a roof that will last as long as the building not sufficiently express my thanks to 4 and never need repairs. you for your Dr. Hobson's Eczema For Sale by Ointment. It has cured my tetter, Co., 50 North 23rd Street, Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing which has troubled me for over fifty Philadelphia, Pa. years." All druggists, or by mail 50c. PFEIFFER CHEMICAL CO. St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa. Laid Right Over "Wood Shingles f, storm-proo- f, m SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Aug 3rd, 1913. COT Mr. Angle Sanders is no better. Mr. C. M. Moberly still remain quie sick. Mr. Coy Sanders was very sick last week. Mrs. Ella Onstott is very sick at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Mastcn are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine girl. Mrs. Lucy Martin of Lexington is with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Moberly. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Ducan are rejoicing over the arrival of a nine pound girl. Mr. and Mrs. Cronley Broaddus made a flying trip to Lexington last Thursday Rev. Henry Schrivner of Kansas is expected soon to hold a ten days meeting at Scotts Fork. Mr. WilliR Moberly of Knoxville Tenn was the guest of his brother Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Willie Moberly of CofTeyville Kan. is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Moberly. Mr. and Mrs. Liston Miller of Lexington were here last week to seev Mr. C. M. Moberly who was very sick. The Best Pain Killer. $.50 Trip Round 1 .30 Trip Round SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. Mrs. Elizabeth Barker, of Crab Orchard, is visiting Mrs. OnaG. Naylor. Miss Katie Payne had as her guest Wednesday, Mesdames Barker and Naylor. Mr. Fisher Herring, living near here on Drakes Creek, lost a good mare by death last week. Mrs. H. U. Cummins still continues guite sick, no improvement noted in her condition. Both Drake's Creek and Dick's river bridges near here, which were washed away in March have been replaced. A son of Mr. Henry Kidd, of the "Burnt school house" section is quite sick. Dr. J. A. Harmon in attendance. Mesdames Barkes and Naylor visited Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mahan, at Lancaster last week. They report a nice visit. Misses Carrie and Zula Naylor were guests of their sister, Mrs. Grover Gastineau, Saturday night and Sunday at Point Leavell. Mr. Jones L. Anderson who was operated on Wednesday of last week for the common malady, appendicitis, is on the road to recovery. His friends hope to hear of his speedy restoration to health. Mr. John Richardson is the champion sheep raiser in this section when it comes to an average weight. He delivered a bunch of lambs to Cress and Jones, June 1G, which averaged 95 lbs. who can beat that with Iambs? Word received from Mr. Clark New- land, formerly of this section, but now of Metaline, Washington who underwent an operation in the Mayo Bros, hospital, Rochester, Minn., for appendicitis, states that he is now improving nicely. Mr. R. P. White and Miss Billie Carpenter eloped to Jellico, Tenn. Fri They day evening and were married. left here to attend the ball at Crab Orchard Springs and boarded the south bound midnight train to Jellico. They had been sweethearts only a short time and their wedding came as a surprise. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. White, 26 years of age and a fine fellow. His bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carpenter and quite handsome and popular. We extend best wishes for a long and happy life. Dally Thought. They who forgive most shall be given. Bailey. VALUE OF RHEUMA FROM THE Your account is due. We need the money. 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It reaches and removes the root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek are the Sole U. S. Agents and have thousands of voluntary testimonial letters which have been received from grateful people SOLACE has restored to health. Testimonial letters, literature and FREE BOX sent upon R. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote the Solace Company as follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose $1. This remedy has been used by some friends of mine here and I must say its action was 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. and Every Evening iz iz DCZ3CZDEZJE 1L 1Z THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. 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If you have tried many other reme dies and doctors' treatmenta for Rheu matism and found they failed, do not be skeptical about trying RHEUmA. Read the testimony of Judge John Bar-hor- st of Fort Loramie, 0. 'After treatment by three doctors without result, I have been cured of a very bad case of Rheumatism by using two bottles of RHEUMA. It is now two years since I used the remedy, and I am still as well as ever. Previously, I wasacripple, walking with crutches." buch testimony should be convincing 50 sents of R. E. McRoberts guarante Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent Lancaster, Kentucky. -- ". 1--" 4 .i ? V The Central Record, Friday, Aug wfcin . ta niintm Splendid Opportunity For Some Garrard f". 191 FEMALE COLLECE M1LLERSBURG, KY. Page S ' If cnooi B ooks We are headpuarters for School Books and all School supplies. County Boy To Receive A Free Trip To The Kentucky State At Louisville. Fair McRoberts X Drug Store. XCKOOOOXOOOOOO0OOOO 8 THE I Sweltering Public K The following circular gives in detail the plan by which some boy from every county in the state may get a free trip, all expenses paid, to the State Fair this fall. Fill out the application blank at the bottom of the circular End mail to the Secretary at Louisville and enter the contest. "The Kentucky State Fair Managa-meand the College of Agriculture have completed plans for a FARM BOY'S ENCAMPMENT that will give an opportunity for one boy from each of the 120 counties of the State to visit the Kentucky State Fair for a whole week without expense. The purpose ot this encampment is to extend the educational advantage of the Fair to the farms of the State, to stimulate a greater interest in the State Fair by spreading throughout the one hundred and twenty counties its real worth throug'h these farm boys. Attached to this circular will be found a blank application, which any boy interested may fill out, mailing to Secretary J. L. Dent, bofore Augustl, nt Harrodsburg, July 294 days. The selection of the boyswillbemade Madisonville, July 293 days. on competitive examination of answers Uniontown, Aug dajs. by a member of the State Board of Taylorsville, Aug days. Agriculture and a member of the Fair (Carroll, Gallatin, Faculty of the Agricultural College. Owen), Sanders, Aug, G 1 days. The applicants should send all answers Danville, Aug. days. so the Secretary of State Fair, who Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, Aug. RESORT. X will forward same to the Executive PLEASURE, HEALTH and REST 116 davs. This Committee for completion. Mt. Vernon, Aug, days. Committee will receive all applications, Winchester, Aug, C 3 days. X as setforth above, and mark all answers Berea July 30- -3 days. X submitted to them. Fern Creek (Buechel), Aug. 12- -4 iw V U The applicants must be of good moral Mail this Application with your days. in mak- answers to the questions to J. L. Dent, character, willing to Leitchfield, Aug 123 days. ing the encampment a success; be be Secretary Kentucky State Fair, Louis Henderson, Aug, 125 days. 15 and 18 years, and tween the ages of V ville, Kentucky. Broadbead, Aug, 133 days. be actual residents and workers upon Perryville, Aug, 133 days. the farm. No boy who has ever been Vanceburg, Aug. 134 days. Sharps And Flats. enrolled in any College of Agriculture Secty-Trea- s. Hardinsburg, Aug. 193 days. in this or any other State will be eligible (Contributed By Miss Annie Belle Lawrenceburg, Aug, 194 days. to compete (this does not exclude boys Burnside) Shepherdsville, Aug. 191 days. who have attended the Agricultural Columbia, Aug. 194 days. Madame Schuman Heinko gave a Department in High School.) Erlanger, Aug. 204 days. concert on the 2Gth inst at the Mont-eag&acn ooy win ue required to answer Stanford, Aug. 203 days. Assembly at Monteagle Tenn. list of questions following: Ewing, Aug. 213 days. Virdi's hundredth anniversary will 1. now can the corn crop of your Eminence, Aug, 213 days. be celebrated on the 10th day of Oc county be improved? Elizabethtown, Aug. 263 days. 2. Why do greater numbers of live tober at Milan, where he was partly Shelbyville, Aug. 26- -4 days. stocK usually make a more prosperous educated and where "Oberto", his first London, Aug. 264 days. Opera was produced. farmer? Nicholasville, Aug. 263 days. 3. Why are "pure bred live stock Mme. Sen, a Chinese woman of rare Florence, Aug. 27 1 days. genius is going to establish a Chinese better than scrubs? Germantown, Aug. 274 days. (Answer each question in not more Conservatory of Music and a Chinese days Paris, Sept. theater in New York, where will be Alexandria, Sept. than 100 words.) days. All answers must be in the hands of given dramatic and musical perform Compounded according1 to the Original & Exdays. Fulton, Sept. clusive Porniula3 & Hecipes of Charlie White-Moothe Secretary of the State Fair before ances. As there are 20,000 Chinese in days. Frankfort, Sept. The Ccv-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment August 1st. The committee will read New York, and a like number in towns Somerset, Sept. days. of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. and mark them at once and notify the surrounding it, Mme. Sen believes that days. Bardstown, Sept. Thousands of Testimonials. the Secretary of the State Fair of the name a theater seating five thousand people drys. Barboursville, Sent. SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat Body-Toni- c. CHARLIE WHITE-NOOand address of.the boy standing highest, can be easily filled at least three months Tomkinsville, Sept. days. man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write TheCcTfkiHaliUst days. which boy will be the one entitled to out of the season. Franklin, Sept. OMCtNATOR OF the free trip to the State Fair as Hodgenville, Sept. The Century Opera Co. recently ordays. CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N VrrilTE 30C S CXEtEHHE ItcSIAK member of the Farm Boys' Encamp ganized in New York will have a school Monticello, Sept. 9 1 days. REMEDIES 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky COM ment from his county. The local com' run in connectionw ith it on the tenth 4. SCIENCE SOPE Morgantown, Sept. 113 davs. mittee will keep a record of the mark- floor of the theater in Central Park. Falmouth, Sept 101 days. ings of all the contestants, and the boys Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Caruso has gone to Florence Italy, second and third in their where he will spend most of the sum- Sept. 156 days. markings will be designated as first and mer at his Villa. Scottsville. Sept. 18- -3 days. second alternates; the first to be select Horse Cave, Sept. 214 days. For the first time in the 110 years of Bowling Green, Sept. 214 days. : j&'fj&T2vjBr&jBwrMnbm "mjrvJBrsbjmrmnje WkjwvuBg ed in case the winner cannot come to its history the Grand Prix de Rome has the Fair, and the second alternate to Adairville, Sept. 233 days. been won by a woman, Miss Lilly Bou- B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. ue selected in case neither the winner Paducah, Sept. 304 days. a singing prolanger, the daughter of r. nor first alternate can come. Glasgow, Oct. days. W. O. I'.ir.NnY, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walkek, Jn., fessor in the Paris Conservatory of The boys selected in the various Music being the lucky woman. The days. Murray, Oct. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. 2counties must plan their trips so as to composition that won her the honor Elkton, Oct. -3 days. be at the Fair Grounds and report to Hopkinsville, Oct. G 6 days. ORGANIZED 1SS3. being entitled "Frank and Helen". the Superintendent in charge at the Mayfield, Oct, days. Anna Gluck an American soprano encampment headquarters on Monday forenoon. September 15th. Guide with who received all her musical training Te "Farm Boys' Encampment" badges in the United States, has just made a LANCASTER, KY. OF will be stationed in the main waiting startling success with the Metropolitan rooms of the Union Station and Seventh Opera Co in London. Street Stations to meet the boys. In Tina Serner the renowned Russian case a boy fails to find a guide he pianist has been engaged to appear as This bank is supervised by the United States Government should ask a policeman or other uniform- soloist at a series of symphony coned employe at the station to direct him certs in Christiana Norway. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all Richard Strauss has just completed where to take a street car for the Fair things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Grounds. Certificates of appointment a new work called "Eine Deutche Me- Make this bank YOUR bank. will be mailed to each boy prior to the tene", written for four solo voices, time of his leaving home that will entitle orchestra and chorus of sixteen parts. him to free transportation from railroad station, lodging and meals at the Fair The Sneerer. Grounds. Comfortable quarters will be "At whom are you looking?" selected for the encampment on the the yoang lady ot the young btate t air Grounds. Cots, mattresses man who obstructed her path. and pillows will be furnished, but each "Atcnoo!" replied tho hay fever vicboy must bring the following. tim, and hurried away. 1. Blankets, sheets and pillow slips. 2. Towels, brush and comb. Official Directory Of Garrard County. 2. Necessary clothing to last the week Good warm blankets should be brought Circuit Judge Hon. Ciinnes A. Hardin. along, as the nights may be cold. Commouu calths Attorney Hou. Emmet Pur- Residence Phone 27 Office Phone 3. The Fair Association will furnish j ear. IB ' vtfi'SS l feii ii a b ?ws i "l each boy with a white cap free, which Circuit Clerk William B.Mason. II. Brown. Master he can keep as a souvenir of the Trustee Commissioner W.F. Hoblnson. Jury Fnnil Beuj. LANCASTER. KY. encampment. Meals will be furnished, Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby beginning with lunch on Monday, and Mason. County Judge A. D. Ford. up to and including Saturday. Attorney J. E. Robinson. The boys and camp will be under the County Cleric J. W. Hamilton. County immediate supervision of Prof. T. R. Deputy clerk Harry Tomilnson. Bryant. Strict discipline will be en- Coroner J, A. Jones. forced and the conduct of the boys Sheriff George T. Ballard. Deputy SLeriff C. A. Uobinson. J. M. SKAIN. Mgr. carefully looked after, and those not Snperintcndant of Schools Miss Jennie Hig wishing to conform to the discipline gles. and rules of the encampment will be Assessor W. S. Carrier. Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky asked to return at once to their homes. Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. Jailer Jack Adams. Should the managementfind it necessary Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. Better Than The Best, No Higher to dismiss any boy before the close of Treasurer B. F. Hudson. the wepk on account of infraction of Than The Rest. MAGISTRATES. the discipline or rules of the camp, they J. P. Bourne 1st, DIst. Distilled. Filtered Drinking Water. will not be liable for his transportation Logan Ison 2nd, DIst. Before you decide on any wagon, examine the Columbus. Strongly Harrison Ray 3rd, DIst. expense. built of the best possible material the Columbus wagon gives the most James Coldlron 4th, DIst. KENTUCKY LEXINGTON, As partial remuneration to the Fair, satisfactory service for the longest period of years. There is no secret in COBNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. the.notedly long life of the Columbus wagon. It is the result of the the boys will be furnished a package of Cronley Broaddus. 1st. DIst. methods employed in construction. There is no wood in this wagon advertising matter to be posted in their R. D. McMurtrj, 2nd. DIst. which has not been locality, advertising the Fair, and O. J. Hendren. 3rd. DIst. under shelter from one to two years. The axles and the spokes of the wheels are hickory; the hounds, assigned some light work a part of each Thomas P. Kin;, 4th. DIst. CITV OF LANCASTER. bolsters and sandboards are oak, and the bottom of the box is straight day' such as ushering in the Grand Stand Logan. grained flawless pine. These are just a few examples of the care which is and Stock Pavilion, messenger service Mayor n. T.E.W. Harris. City Judge The undersigned hereby give warntaken to make this wagon as reliable as possible. The result is that the assisting in the judging for officers and Clf y Attorney R. II. Tomilnson. ing to all persons not to trespass upon Columbus wagon is unbeatable in reliability and endurance. Come in rings. For the purpose of seeing the City Clrk II. K. Herndon. .. . . .. our lands for any purpose whatever as and examine it for yourself. We know you will be pleased. fair ana studying tne exnimts in a City Assessor John M. Mount. we will prosecute all offenders to fulsystematic and intelligent manner the City Treasurer D. A. Thomas. Chief Pellce L. E. Herron. lest extent of the law. Hunters and. boys will be divided into small groups, COUNCILMEN. & Co. Fishermen especially take notice. in charge of competent instructors. II. C. Hamilton, G. W. Elam. Parker Gregory. R. L. Elkin. opportunity will be given to W. M. Zanone. "B.F. Walter. (Special study of such exhibits as live Ed & N B Price Win. Herndon. a 8. Greenleaf. Can ?et relief at the FAMOUS X 1913. I Grab Orchard Springs RATES$8. $10. and $13. a week stock, agriculture, horticulture, dairy, machinery, school, goods roads, etc. A short program with an appropriate lecture or address will be included in eace day's routine. Camp will be broken some time Saturday afternoon, September 20th, so that most of the boys can get home either Saturday night or Sunday morning. The State Fair Management will exercise the utmost care in looking after the welfare of the boys while in camp, and protect them in every possible way. They will not, however, be responsible for accidents, damage or loss. Should any sickness or an accident occur, quick attention can be given at Hospital the regular Emergency maintained on the Grounds. It is expected to have a camp of good, healthy, ambitious farm boys, who will hereaf terbe an honor and an asset to Kentucky agriculture and their parents. The management wants the farm boys in every county of the State to know the real worth of the Slate Fair, and have takenthis means of giv ing oneboy from each of the one hundred and twenty counties a free trip and week'souting at this great annual State Fair. They will be under the constant supcrvsion of the Superintendent and his assistants. APPLICATION. I am interested in the State Fair Farm Boys' Encampment and should like to enter the contest. years old, live upon a farm I am and intend to make farming my life work. If I should win first place in the contest, I will do my best to aid in mak ing the Encampment a success. NAME ADDRESS COUNTY MILLERSBURG itttttf&i&ttaftii &&&!f;ftg&f s An Attractive Home School For Girls. ii il '?a is & Pupils are surrounded with an atmosphere of culture, whoksome fellowship and 'safe religious envirn ment. New buildings combining all modern conveniences. Health record unsurpassed. Academic and College Entrance Courses. Music Department under skilled artists trained in Germany. Lecture and Concert Course. Domestic Science. The growing popularity of the school is evidenced by the fact that a number of pupils were turned away last session for the lack of room to accommodate them. Expenses for board, tuition, etc. g lower than other schools of like grade. Zb Send for catalog and engage a room early. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. S St. Milleralmrg, Ky. b Lancaster has one of the BEST EQUIPPED n uy & mi? si va I i Bottling Works South of the Ohio River. That all of the water bottled by our plant is distilled first, therefore it is absolutely pure. That all of our drinks are nottlcd in clear bottles. That we have one of the most complete and might also add the most expensive washing outfits it is possible to obtain, We do not use brown bottles for the reason that it is a self evident fact that it is easier to detect any dirt or other matter in a clear bottle than a brown one. We bottle in clear bottles from distilled water. Mint Cola, Ginger Ale. Orange, Lemon, Strawberry and the other flavors. Come in and see us at our plant and see how these drinks are put up. Ask for Mint Cola and other drinks bottled by us and see that the name is on the bottle and crown. Mint-Go- la g I? Kentucky Fair Dates. The following are the dates fixed for g holJing the Kentucky Fair3 for 1013 as far as reported. Ollieers of fairs are E requested to report to'us any omissions jp eg or corrections of dates: 5 6 S $ 55 54 y 63 Sanitary tsmmtsi 63 wmmw&r&w xcmLKrzjaNfcV UUIIIIIi nitlinrr f!n UUI I n Jno, S. Robinson, Pres. J. B. Willis, ii -r sx , n-- T h a CM in ax r JS. .2. SFS Q o S i! u- -"- -55 - v-- m- - -- ?i I TT t Sr .j u n n f JS. 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Faulkner, Secretary ' f Jf: Page,r6 Do You WANT A The Central Record, Friday, Aug IJHE3S2 1, 1913. PONY and 1 ' OUTFIT? RECORD Within the next few weeks The CENTRAL Is going to award the handsome Pony and Outfit to the person securing the largest number of votes given on subscriptions to the paper. It does not cost anything to enter or trv for this Handsome Prize. If your name is not on the list of nominations, fill out the nomination blank and send to the Central Record Office. Printed matter and full instructions will then be sent you. FILL OUT THIS BLANK and mail or bring it to the Contest Manager, RECORD, Lancaster, Ky. THE CENTRAL Send in Your Name Now and Get an Nominational Blank, Good For 1,000 Votes. I nominate M .'... Cam- Early Start. It is Not Too Late To Address as a candidate in THE CENTRAL RECORD Great Prize paign. 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. ENTER. I OVER $625 IN PRIZES GIVEN AWAY FREE INCLUDING A HANDSOME WJ The Beautiful Cart and Harness Were Purchased from Dealer in Buges Wagons, Harness, "R I WMfcAN Machinery, Stoves, Etc. - ... DIAMOND RINGS, ELGIN WATCHES, Purchased from C&c MORROW & McROBERTS th1cas?Lj,ekwyelers fe -- Wfer Address all nominations and communications to the 100 VOTES 100 low if brought or sent to the Contest Department, care The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., before Good for 100 votes for the contestant named be- the date hereon expires. Contest Manager c-- o M. Central Record - Post Office. Not good affer August 8th -- Dist Lancaster, Kentucky time during the contest. The contest KI.ENA VISTA manager reserves the right to reject Continued from Page 2. any nomination or application at his Tom Skinner is at home from Rich- discretion. mond Normal. their own district in securing subscripIf there is anything regarding the tions, but may secure subscriptions contest that is not fully understood by Prof, and Mrs. Kacktr of Richrmmd from anyone, anywhere in the postal prospective candidates or their fri.nd1?, were pleasant visitors here Saturday union. they are invited to call at the contest and Sunday. department or write the contest manaMr. Ueny"n ind family of George How Votes Are Secured. ger and the matter will be explaired town spent as guests of Mrs. Laura Naylor and family. Votes may be secured in two ways in detail. Address nil nominations, votes and which are as follows: 1st. A vote couMr. and Mrs. Ja-i- . Green of Kr.oxville pon appears in each issue of the Cen communications to the Contest Man- Tur.n. came Saturday to be guests of tral Record and this coupon when prop- ager, care Record, Lancaster. Ky. Mrs. T. M. Seott and other relatives. erly filled out with the name of the (Continued on Page 8) candidate is good for 100 votes for the person so nominated. Get, your friends to save the votes for you. 2nd. Tne To The Progressive Voters Of Garrard second, which is by far the quickest Co., Attention. and best way is to get your friends to GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. The primary election is now drawing subscribe to the Record. With each Plaintiffs, subscription to the Record is given a near at which all parties will nominate John B. Creech, et al VS. Vote Ballot good for a certain number their candidates to be voted for at the Defendants. of votes according to the length of the next Nov. election. It behooves each Eliza A. Creech, et al. Pursuant to a judgment rendered subscription. These votes are good at and every one of us to be up and doing any time up to the close of the contest and get out our full strength on that herein at the June Term. 1913, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at and may be polled and published when- day. Let every one form him self into public auction on the premises of the a committee of one to get his neighbors property whi is hereinafter duscrib-eever the contestant chooses. The same being near Wallaceton anil on nomination blank counts for 1,000 votes out to the primary on the 2nd day of for the candidates so dominated. August. We have a good ticket in the Paint Lick Creek in Garrard County, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereNominations and votes may be placed field composed of the following gentle abouts, on in the Ballot Box which is to be found men: SATURDAY, AUGUST 16. 1913. at the Record Office, or they may be J B Bourne, County Judga. mailed direct to the Contest Manager. J M Duncan, County Clerk. the real estate mentioned in the pleadR S Brown, SherifT. ings, and described as. follows, DIVISION OF DISTRICTS. Tile whole boundary being described Geo. Anderson, Jailer. District No. 1 includes all of the city J no. Green, herein, but then- - is to be deducted Assessor. from same one third in iUanity.(uality of Lancaster. Magistrate 1st Dist. J. C. Criscillis. aiid value, which will be cut oir by District No. 2 includes all of Garrard " 2nd. Dist. R M Moss. Commissioners before the date of sale county excepting the city of Lancaster. herein and a survev of the land sold on " 3rd. Dist. Harrison Ray. District No. 3. includes all the terrisaid date will be htd in metes and " 4th. Dist. J W Coldiron. bounds, and same vi ill show the land tory covered by the Central Record and J F Holtzclaw, for Representative. cut oH of the whole boundaries and the not heretofore mention in Districts 1. While there is no opposition to any land sold. The whole boundary is in and 2. of the candidates, it is important that three tracts. HOW PRIZES WILL BE DISTRIBUTED. Tract 1. Beginning at a water gate we poll a full vote in the primary to J. Kidd and W. F. Kidd on The Capital Prize, the beautiful Pony show our strength to the voters of between A. Creek Paint Lick in Garrard County, and outfit, will be given to the con Garraid County, who are now turning Ky.. thence down and with the meantestant who secures the greatest num- toward us for relief from the evils ders of said creek to the conditional line between A. J. Kidd and Goorge A. ber of votes in the entire contest. which do beset us. Ballard; thence with said line to the The contestant standing highest in G M Patterson, Chairman. Gates line and with the Gates line each district after the capital prize R L Stultz. Secretary. down the creek to corner on East Bank,' has been awarded will be given a beaucorner to the Gates heirs and Margaret Parks; thence with said Parks line, to tiful Diamond Ring. a new corner between A. J. Kidd and The contestant standing second highW. F. Kidd; thence with a new line est in each district after the capital made between them with a rail fence prize has been awarded will be given a to a wire fence to a corner at a plank Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. fence between A. J. Kidd ami W. F. Elgin watch. Kidd, in the Anderson line; thence The contestant standing third highArrive. with the said fence and line between in eich district after the capital est A. J. Kidd and W. F. Kidd to the beNo 10; 5:00 a. m. prize has been awarded will be given a To Maysville, connecting at Richmond ginning, containing about SI acres. Tract 2. Beginning at a fence in beautiful Ruby Ring. with L &. N to Frankfort & Louisville; the middle of the County Road corner The contestant standing fourth highat Winchester with C & O to LexingMargaret land; thence S est in each district after the capital ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & to 227 feet SParks 300 feet S K 1J 21 E E. E prize has been awarded will be given a Ashland, 420 feet S 32 E 47b feet to a point in at Paris to Cincinnati. the middle of the said road, corner to Genuine Cut Glass Fruit Bowl. No 71; 8:35 a. m. W. F. Kidd and G. A. Ballard; thence The district prizes have arrived and To Rowland & Stanford connecting N 59 E. with land of A. J. Kidd to a are on display at the jewelry store of at Rowland, L & N to all points South. new corner to line between W. F. Kidd Morrow & McRoberts and contestants and G. A. Ballard; thence 19J W 18e. No 23; 11:04 a. m. feet more or less to a new corner line and their friends are invited to call and & between G. A. Ballard and Margaret To Richmond, connecting with L inspect same. These district prizes & Beattyville. Lexington Park3, line; thence S 09 W Parks line were purchased from this reliable firm N to Irvine & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. to the beginning, containing 69 acres and are guaranteed to be up with the more or less. No 70; 11:50 a. m. Tract 3 In Mi.Jison County, Ky.. standard. To Richmond, connecting with fast Beginning at a corner near the gate on the West side of the pike; thence with train to Cincinnati. Information, Rules, Etc. the West side of the pike to G. A. No 27; 2:09 p. m. Ballard's line; thence with Ballard's The contest is open to everyone To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon line and fence to Paint Lick creek; men and women, boys and girls poss- Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling thence up said creek with its meanders essing good character, residing within Green, and at Bardstown Junction to to awater gap between A. J. and W. F. Kidd; thenc-.- with the line fence, a the limits of the territory of the con- Bardstown & Springfield. new line between said Kidds to the betest. ginning, containing 7 acres more or No 9; 8:42 p. m. seCandidates and their friends may To Stanford, connecting with fast less. cure subscriptions anywhere. The purpose of this sale is to settle train to Bristol & Atlanta. the estate of Jonathan Creech, deceas The contest manager reserves the ed, anu divide tne proceed? arising right to reject any candidate and to therefrom among the parties entitled County Court Days. pass final judgment on any question to receive the same. Richmond, 1st. Monday. which may arise. TERMS. Paris, 1st. Monday. Candidates compete only against the The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the pur Frankfort, 1st. Monday. contestants living in the same district chaser will be required to execute Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. as themselves for the district prizes. bond with approved security for the Lexington, 2nd. Monday. The contest manager reserves the purchase price, due in six and twelve Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. right to make any changes or alteramonths, bearing six per cent interest per annum from ,ate until pal I, each Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. tions in the rules and conditions that having the force and effect of a judg Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. may be necessary to the best interests ment, upon which execution may issue, Danville, 3rd. Monday. of the contest. payable to W. H. Brown, Master ComLawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. No promise or agreement, either missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. and a lien will be reserved upon all written or verbal, made by agents, sothe property sold until all the purchase Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. licitors or representatives, other than money is paid. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. those published in the Central Record W. H. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. will be recognized. Wm. Herndon, Att'y for Plffs. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. The rules and conditions given here Winchester, 4th. Monday. are to govern the contest of the Cen Monticello. 4th. Monday. tral Record, and all candidates enterVersailles, 4 th. Monday. ing the contest agree to be governed Dy me ruies anu conuiuons as nere set Immaterial. forth. It doesn't make much difference Until further notice no contestant whether a man Is Inspired or not If will be allowed to poll more than a his work Is worth while. sufficient number of votes to place them standing 10,000 vote3 in advance of the leader of the preceding issue. No member of the force of the Record or any member of their families will be allowed to entet the contest. No votes sold for money or other considerations, but must be clipped from the Record or secured on subshould be "nipped in the scriptions. Vote ballots issued on bud", for if allowed to run subscriptions unless accompanied by unchecked, serious results cash and for no less than a year's submay follow. Numerous scription. cases of consumption, pneu Any district that may have only four monia, and other fatal dis active candidates running at the diseases, can be traced back to cretion of the contest manager may a cold. At the first sign of a be combined with one closest to it in cold, protect yourself by voting strength and contestants from thoroughly cleansing your said district added to the one with system with a few doses of whom it is merged. A Ballot Box for votes and nomina-tions'hTHEDFORD'S been placed in the office of the Record or the votes may be mailed direct to the contest manager. Votes are positively not transferable. They cannot be bought, but must be clipped from the paper or secured on subscriptions. Three business men from this city Office Citizens National Bank. will be selected as judges and they the old reliable, vegetable will have exclusive control of the Balliver powder. lot Box on the last day of voting, and Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, o after a canvass of the votes, declare Madison Heights, Va., says: the winners. The decision of the board "I have been using Thed-ford- 's of judges will be final and will admit RICHMOND. KY. for no appeal. PKa-ff-rsji ev A Training stomach troubles, indigesContestants must enter from the tion, and colds, and Find it to School for Teachers district which they live. The contest Cr.c and la Plate Cer be the very best medicine mMMMB IntermedialleadingLiteElementary manager to decide any question rePnMIc t9caa. Talk! In all Special ever used. It makes an old Schools nf Kcatnekv. garding the proper districting of canlourwn ana BfVlti man feel like a young one. , DOlnleM. Taction Pre to Coartes. didates. Candidates moving from disTtDlrBIMdarInsist on Thedford's, the mfarto.ntwnMMlelacliool. wwmaanaltralntnr bniUlnr trict to another after they have been nractlMaeaooLilejiartinenlarairkniNar, a well eq.lpreJ genuine. E-original and nr.lTerrabeelneSep. JTi.na.loo. nominated will be retained from the lemher . Second Terr. Jeeember IS. Tnl fi Term Jaaaart T. rnarth Term April 7, Summer Scmwl npena Jaaa 1C, district in which first nominated. C"to",rrefc J. O. CBABBB, Prldn.. any Nominations may be made at CONTEST. Suiy Commissioner's Sale of Land. d, to-w- it: L. & N. d. - INSURE Your Against TOBACCO HAIL Colds STORM with as Fretl P Frisbie Black-Draug- ht Mttffi mMf.r a 1 vmuntM 67 , ", . e- .e '- " V- - I" t .. . 'V u Sl V s5vi The Central Record Friday, Aug I, 1913. Page 5 wwsmM X I t FOR THE VACATION Use this list while planning for your vacation, you will find many things you need at prices that will leave you more to spend on the trip. I Embroideries of all kinds, Silk Gloves Undermuslins, Silk Hose. White & Colored Wash Dresses Traveling Cases. and many other articles to numerous to mention, that are going at a very low figure. V The JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. The Home of Good Bargains The House of Quality. We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Gossip About People NNN I A Rrlrf Mtntion of the Comlntfj and Goings by Those Wt Art Interuttd In. I BEAZLEY & COUUIBR Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. Ky. Phone 27. Miss Sella Arnold was a recent visitor in Crab Orchard. Miss Mary Noel of Danville is with Miss Katie Simpson. Miss Minnie Johnson is at home from the Richmond Normal. P 31 1C 31 IE 3C a BIG BEN PUBLIC SALE. Continued Until After MONDAY, JULY 28, 1913 R. S. Brown, ii V Mrs. W. H. Smith has returned from a visit to friends in Lincoln. Mis? Sue Chenault of Richmond is visiting Miss Charley Elmore. Miss Allie Hendren is at home from the Normal school in Richmond. Robert Arnold Jr. of Richmond is visiting his cousin Allen Johnson. Mrs. Ella Pope of Elmwood Ohio is the guest of Miss Sallie Lou Myers. Mr. James Pierce is recuperating at Crab Orchard Springs for a few weeks. Miss Willie Wilkerson is in Liberty visiting her grandmother Mrs. Moore. Mrs. James Burnslde of Richmond has been the recent guest of Lancaster relatives. fica Amanda Anrlot-ann la ofr knmfl from a course at the Normal school Richmond. at Lancaster, Ky, I Mrs. R. C. Tankersley and children of Hamilton O. are vL'ing Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey. n II H Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burton of Louisville were guests on Saturday of Mrs. Robert Gulley. Julian Anderson has returned from a and Mrs. J. S. Bowman visit with-Mr. M fo M 3 Ihomb. sweht hum m How Can Home ; 'S 'H '' Vt. in Lewis county. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harris of Paris were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Harris. Misses Mary Eliza and Kate Holtz-claof Lincoln county have been visiting Miss Marie Ballard. w 'rfrs-v- ' I & Miss Ella Thompson of Danville, friends. came this week for a visit to Miss Hal-li- e The following is as near a list of the Brown. Masqurader's Tuesday eveniug as could Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kemper were the be obtained the young men going in all guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton varities of costume from girls dres3 to Monday last. cow boys outfit ye gentlemen of the Mr. T. K. Watson who is vacating at olden school cavalry, ghosts and other Crab Orchard was down for several well made up attire while the girls personated the following characters. hours Tuesday. Misses Mamie Stormes Dunn. Goddess Mrs. Alven Thomas who has been of Liberty, Elizabeth Ford, Colonial very sick for several weeks is some Girl, Pat Anderson, Flower Girl, Hel-Iy- n better at this writing. Young, Poppy.Mary Clay Williams, Misses Josephine and Kathleen Han-le- y Dutch Girl, Charlie Elmore, The Nun, of Nicholasville were recent guests Gracie Mae Cochran, Greek Girl, Helen Robinson, Knight, Alice Rigney, Gipsy of Miss Minnie Brown. Girl, Lucy Walker, Old Maid, Martha Mr. George Robinson of Danville' Japanese Girl, Sue Chenault, was with Mrs. Rebecca West and Tinder, Butterfly, Florence Johnson. Merrj daughters the first of the week. Widow, Viola Beagle, Tennis Girl. Mr. and Mrs Jesse Arnold of Frankfort are expected Saturday for a visit Taken To Hospital. to Mrs. Ella Bettis and daughters. Mrs. Robert Scarborough of Hackley Mr. H. M. Van Huss and .daughters, was taken to the hospital at Richmond, Misses Gertrude and Nellie of Okla are Tuesday suffering with typhoid fever. visiting Mrs. Van Huss parents Mr. She was taken through in an automoand Mrs. Henry Hurt. bile, stood the trip well and her friends The ladies of the Baptist church will are hoping for her recovery. have an ice cream supper Saturday Wins Road Class. evening upon the lawn at Captain Am Bourne's country home. Reolatta, the handsome road horse of W. B. Burton, won the roadster class Miss Sue Shelby Mason will leave at the Harrodsburg fair Tuesday from August the eighth for a visit of two a field of good horses. This is one of weeks with her cousin Mrs. J. H. Tay- the best road horses in the state and lor at Crystal Lake Michigan. Mr. Burton is justly proud of him. Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie gave a dinner "Brady" Arnold Sick. party Thursday evening the honor guest being her grand mother Mrs. It is with much regret that Ann Walker of Hunington W. Va. we chronicle the illness of Mr. W. A. Arnold who has been quite sick at his Miss Margurite Hurt who ha3 been home on Hill St. Should no improv-mevisiting in Okla. and Indianapolis, Ind. in his condition be shown he will was called home last week on account be taken to Lexington for special of the illness of her mother and sister. treatment. His friends wish him a Mrs. Ann Walker of Huntington speedy recovery. W. Va and daughter Mrs. Ellen Tevis of Oklahoma are here for a visit" to father Kennedy Restored His Citizenship. Mesdames B. F. Hudson and W. 0. Gov. McCreary ha3 restoted to Mr. Rigney. Falkner Kennedy ot Lincoln county his Mr. Todd Scott formerly of this full rights of citizenship. This while a county, is here from his home in Green- magnanimous act upon the part of the ville N. C, having been called here by Governor, was yet but an act of justice the serious illnes3 of his brother Mr. as Mr. Kennedy since his release on parole has been a model citizen. Morton Scott. nt Some fish This. Card Of Thanks. , BE HAPPY V.1UI1HI ISrr JL "V ; j3Wri y TjKZjJJmr when the food is not of the best. Try a sack of :i White Swan Flour and X know the joy 3f eating i fine bread, biscuits, cake etc If all your other food is as good as that baked from .'- - V WHITE SWAN FLOUR you certainly are to be envied. sure it is White Swan. Otder a sack today and be Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills Build a Hand- some Porch to your house and in- crease its appearance and comfort fifty per cent. Tou 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 Go, Mr. Ira Holtzclaw and Miss Ella The Great Danville fair Next Week. Thompson, Harry Anderson Misses Mr. George T. Mason of Chicago is The big Danville Fair is to be pulled expected the first of August for a visit Hallie Brown and Ella Henry formed a off next week, bigger, better and with party who are enjoying a stay at Dripto Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason. a more extensive premium list and a ping Springs. bigger list of attractions than ever beMrs. Alice Beazley of Stanford and Misses Elath Buchanan and Eleanor fore known and second to no Fair in Miss Bessie Yantis of Indianapolis are Hagan of Richmond and Miss Burnett the state. President George B. Robguests of Mrs. James Dudderar. of Jacksonville Fla. are the guests of inson, a Garrard county man who of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wood of Coving Miss Margaret Arnold at her home on course is a past master in the art of ton returned home Sunday after a visit Lexington Pike. giving a successful Fair, and Secretary to Mrs. Garett Wood and family. Miss Annie Belle Burnside has fer Henry Bright have worked long and guests this week Miss Alice Vale faithfully and when the gong sounds Mrs. H. C. F. Richmond and little her Durr of Nashville Tenn., Miss Mary will be prepared to offer to the people daughter of Marshall Okla are guests Johnston of Nicholasville and Miss of Boyle and adjoining counties an exof Mrs. U. D. Simpson and daughter. hibition hitherto unexcelled in the hisMary Elmore oj Lancaster. Kentucky exhibitions. Miss Kate Davis of Lexington who Mrs. B. F. Hudson was hostess of a tory of has been visiting friends in Waco and course dinner at her home on Saturkay Jeanags. Richmond is with her cousin Mrs. Sara the honor guest being her much belovHurt. months of intense suffering ed and revered mother Mrs. Ann WalAfter from the ravages of disease the spirit Allen Henry returned to his home in ker of Huntington West Virginia. Jennings took its flight at Birmingham Ala. Saturday after a visit Mrs. J. .W. Pumphrey gave an elegant of Mr. B. F. to his parents Mr. and Mrs. S. B. dining on last Friday, having as her 6 P. M. on Wednesday July 23rd. Mr.' Jennings was born and reared in Henry. guests the entire personnel of the Garrard County and lived in this com-- Misses Angie and Marguerite Kin-naiWilliams Stock Co. of which her son munity all his life with the exception and Annell Tomlinsonare enjoy- Mr. William Pumphrey is a member. of a few months spent in Danville with ing a weeks stay at Crab Orchard The many friends of Miss Nell John- his son. Springs. ston here at her old home will be glad In early life he was married to Miss Misses Pearl Sebastian of Richmond to know she has obtained a life certifi- Ann Naylor of this county and to this and Emma Sanders of .Cottonburg are cate to teach and has secured a good union were born eleven children who guests of Misses Bessie and Eunice position with the Monticello graded arrived at the age of maturity. Nine school. Prather. of the eleven survive him. They are Dr. B. A. Dawes and wife, Mr. Owen Mrs. Hughes of Junction City Oregan, Mesdames Margaret Folger and Hugh Hemphill of Nicholasville are visiting Moreland, Coliver Dawes and B. A. Robert L. Jennings of Santiago Cal, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Arnold and the Dawes Jr., all of Georgetown, mortor-e- d J. A. and B. F. Jennings and Mrs Kate over from that city on Monday last Hiatt of III, Lafayette and Chas JenMisses Arnold. guests of Mr. and Mrs. nings of Danville, Mrs. George Ballard and J. Samuel Orand of Waco Texas will Claywere the of Lancaster and Mrs. A. S. Haselden Sutton. arrive the latter part of the week for of Bryantsville. Mr. Jennings had liv-- ; Misses Jane and Mary Doty gave a ed the allotted time of three score years his consin Mrs. Fisher Herring of handsome reception Tuesday in honor and ten, being in his eighty ninth year Preachers ville, guests, Mrs. J. Bradford Jenat the time of his death. Modest, unby Lancaster of their "New3has been received nings, Tulsa Okla., Ed Doty, Pecos assuming, yet a man of sterling charrelatives of the safe at rival of Miss Texas and Mrs. Anna Doty of Millers-bur- g. acter, loyal and true to every interest Anna Kist in Germany after an eleven The hours were from 4 to 6. of the right A good citizen, a kind days ocean voyage. The junior set had a round of gayi-ti- and loving father and a faithful soldier Mrs. J. G. Burnside and Mrs. J. V. this week. Monday evening Miss of the cross has been called to his reArnold left Saturday for Monticello Ky. Charley Elmore gave a slumber party, ward. The funeral services were confor a visit to Mrs. M. Belle Burnside Tuesday evening Miss Grade May ducted by Rev. Garrison of Danville at and Mrs. Larry Jones. Cochran a Masqurade, Wednesday the home of his daughter Mrs. A. S. Mrs. Chas. Simpson left last week evening Bert Embry entertained at a Haselden. The remains were taken to for California where she will wind up party, and Thursday evening Miss Danville, and laid to rest beneath a bank her affairs, after which she will return Helen Robinson was hostess at a party, of flowera by the aide of the loving to her home in France. for. quite a- - number of her young wife who. bad gone on before. rd es We are deeply grateful to all for the "Editor Central Record:-O- n July 26th many act3 of kindness extended during about noon, one mile below Lock No. 8 in Kentucky river, I landed a yellow the sickness and since the death of our cat fish that weighed 32 pounds. I'll father. Mrs. George Ballard and Sister be here for a week and will be glad for any of my friends to call any day or Splendid Property At Public Sale. night. Fish on toast, onion3, eggs, Bills are out for the sale of the Nixon coffee and a good bed. J. F. Stone. Perkins' property on Sept 4th, by the executrix Mrs. Belle Perkins. This Part Of Colby Jenkins farm Sold. propel ty i3 to be sold to wind up the Mrs. Mattie J. Dawes of Georgetown, estate of the late Nixon Perkins. This bought part of the Jenkins property is one of the most desirable farms not sold by Master Commissionrr Brown only in the county but in this part of last Monday. One tract of 77 acres Kentucky, and will doubtless attract bringing $80.23 an acre and one tract bidders from all over the country. The of 32 acres bringing $133.00 an acre. farm consists of 340 acree under high This land is in one of the best sections cultivation, a modern residence, one of of the county, unimproved, and the the best equipped country houses in price is considered a good one and is the state, conveniently located to Danville, Nicholasville and Lancaster, close satisfactory to all concerned. to good schools and churches, and an ideal home for some one seeking first He Has Oar Thanks. class property. We are indebted to Secretary Edgar S. Albright for complimentary tickets Remarkable History Of An Old Draft. to the Mt. Vernon Fair, which is to be Mr. B. F. Walker of Quanah Texas, held this year on August 7 and 8th, of Dr Jones L. Adams and and which offers a splendid premium he a son of Jones L Adams formerly of as well as some interesting at- this county, presented list, a draft to the tractions. The Mt Vernon people National Bank of this city a few days spare neither trouble or expense to ago that was issued by that bank in make their exhibitions successful, and 1868 when W. H. Kmnaid was its cashthis year is to be no exception to the ier. rule. The draft had never been cashed and was genuine and created some exciteGnnn's Chapel To Be Dedicated. ment when presented. Upon investigaThe congregation of the Gunn's tion however, Mr S. C. Denny found Chapel will dedicate their new building, that a duplicate had been issued in which is on the site of the old church a January of the following year and of short distance below Buckeye, on next course payment was refused. At that Sunday August 3d. A basket dinner is time Mr. Jones L. Adams to whom the to be given on the ground, and those draft was issued, reported same lost who are acquainted with the splendid Mr. Walker in looking through an old culinary qualifications of the good ladies family bible discovered the original of the Buckeye neighborhood will be draft and naturally thought it was sure to attend. The church is a hand- good as it bore no evidence of ever some edifice, erected at a considerable having been paid. The draft was for cost and is a credit to the community $400 and was on the "Ninth National and a monument to the good people of Bank" of New York City and is now that locality who gave so cheerfully out of existence. It wa3 a handsome and so munificently toward its con- steel engraving and in perfect condition. Mr. Denny now has the draft in his struction. possession and is quite a curiosity, it being forty five years old. Possible. 6-son-in-la- w File Application Soon As We are running this week a lengthy article calling for applications from Garrard county for representation at the Boys Encampment to be held on the Fair grounds during the State Fair. This article should have appeared last week but was crowded out for lack of space. The applications should have gone in by August 1st, but Miss Hig-gin- 3 has kindly written to Secretary Dent explaining the circumstances and asking him to extend the time in so far as this county is concerned until August 10th, and we feel sure this will be done. Any one wishing to make applications will do so at once, as Garrard should be represented. Cow Amuck. t I YODXLFIND IT V IN THIS COLUMN. D Residence on Richmond street for rent immediate possession. Parker Gregory. FOR SALE:- - Brown Shetland W. B- pony year old cheap. - I Mason. Jr. Last Call. Vote for J. A. Royston for coroner, Democratic primary Aug. 2d. , 61 For Sale. Quite a little excitement was created in town Tuesday when a cow that was evidently crazy from heat, began to seek shade in the various offices and stores of the town, while being driven to the slaughter pens. CominginRich-mon- d street she made a hasty call on J. E. Stormes going through his handsome screen door; after some persuasion she was asked to leave, coming to the square she made direct for the Clerks office, entering on Stanford street and making her exit on the other side of the commodious building. She then decided to call on County attorney, J. E. Robinson and bounded up the steps four at a time. Seeing there was nothing there to cool her parching tongue she was induced to leave post haste at the point of a sharp stick. She was then corralled and led to the pen for slaughter. acres on Fall Lick pike near Lancaster. Address Sam L. Orand. Waco Texa9. Nob'ce. Your 1912 taxes are long past due and must be settled at once. The 1913 tax book is now ready to be delivered to me for collection and before I receive it 1912 taxes must be paid. L. E. Herron, Marshall For Sale. Male pigs, Poland China, Spring 1913 farrow, also, 2 fall 1912 boars, ready for service. All of big type breeding, pure bred and subject to pedigree. O. K. Simpson, Call or write. Teatersville, Ky. Farm For Sale. Two Hundred acre blue grass farm for sale in high state of cultivation. Rella Arnold's Fair Hats before buying. Something decidedly new. Your account is past due. I need money to meet my obligations. Rella Arnold. 9 O Well improved with plenty of good water. Prices right and terms easy. CaH A bargain if purchased at once. on or address. S. W. Hager, Bryants ville, Ky. Saall Btae Grass Farm For Sale Will sell my farm located seven miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike, two High miles from Paint Lick Church. state of cultivation. All necessary out buildings. J. F. Higgins, Paint Lick, Ky. re it; -- rftr v" V t- f - M '' -' - ; Page 8 TheN DG Central Record, Friday, Aug 3G E1E ; 1913. 3G 3G DC girnrifniiP 3G DG 3HE 3G 3G nriririr irirr!3t- - H BH H B iiB iiH h h ll B 1 Buy your Coal now while prices are LOWEST. You will . . . Sm DC DC DC MONET OR- - Our Bins are full of COAL of three grades and prices. Ask Us. 1 Do You NEED RYE, WHEAT. BARLEY Prices Right Timothy Seed? See our Stock. 11 Satisfaction Guaranteed. DC DC Mr Chester Metcalf 1. Use Obelisk Flour and Quit Complaining. HXTDSOIV "" -- LANCASTER,KY. DC EJ5B5EH3? OMiMIMIIMIIIHIIIICtllllllMMMI CONTEST. Continued from Page 6. Miss Mariam Ledford " Fannie Noe, R. R. v 4,,' AuflJ I 1,000 WAYNESBURG. KY. 1,400 Miss Zora Baugh 1,400 " Fannie Young MCCREARY, KY. GASTORIA For Infants and Children. District Miss Elizabeth Ford No. 1 1,700 5,500 1,400 1,300 1,700 1,100 2,000 3,400 2,900 1,800 1.300 1,200 2,700 Miss Lillie Mae Sutton LANCASTER. m Sfl aw, IitWHit'P The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PEtt CENT. AgelabkPrcparalion&rJs-slrailatin- ttEFoodanJRcdula ting (ite S lomachs andBcnMcis of Bears the Signature of M OS ll Promotes Di&stfonfJkerfii- - ncss and RestContalns Opiuni.Morphinc neiOtcr nor Mineral, NOT NARCOTIC. PaiaSetd' teSdi In Ifm&ti-Trti SKI idl A IWSfS m norfpfi Remedy forCcT&Rtl rk (Si ftSfi tlon.SourStoiiiach.Dlarrta Worms .Convulsionsjcwnsn: ness andLOSS OF sleek ItacSmle Signature of Ar Mi Use For Over Emma Walker Shelby Mason " Issiebell Sanford " Stella Sanders " Willie Wilkerson " Lillie Mae Jones " Jennie Cox " Mary Elmore " Christine Sanders " Ruth Carrier " Christine Pollitt " Martha Tinder " Mamie Lee Marsee " Nora Brown " Ida May McQuerry " Lyda Rayney " Nettie Farmer " Bessie Austin " Mildred Beazley " Sue Fisher Respress ' Delia Rice Hughes Mr. Will Rice Amon " Rice Terril " Joe Cabell Ramsey " Dean Zanone " Bert Embry " " " Helen Robinson t 1100 3,500 1,000 2,300 1,400 2,000 5,700 2,200 1,400 4,400 1,900 3.900 8,900 3,500 1,800 fcSQC! District No. 2 MARCELLUS, KY. K5S1. Bffl iovH 8,800 MANSE PAINT LICK, R. R. NO. 2. " Miss Dora Calico 1,000 " Willie Calico 5,200 " Spillman 1,000 " Stella McWhorter 1,000 " Myrtle Coliron 1,400 " Alyce Sanders 1,000 " Cynthia Baker 1,000 ' Parry Clark 2,500 " Katie Clark 1,000 " Minnie Hurt 1.800 " Alma Lear 1,000 " Mary Lear 1,000 " Florida Boain 3,000 " Eliza Rucker 1.000 8,000 Mr Otis Gooch ' R.K. Duncan 1,000 " Robert Boain 1,900 " Arthur Eldridge 1,000 " John Eldridge 1.500 " Harry McWhorter 1,000 " Robert McKnight 1,700 " Charles Gooch 1,000 " Floyd Coliron 1,000 " John Green 1,300 -- 1,000 " Embry McWhorter ' 1,000 Bert Ramsey ' 1,000 Wilse Sanders ' 1,000 William Hurt ' " M. F. Ledford 1,000 Mrs Lou Osborn 2.000 ' Anna Brown 1,000 BUCKEYE KY. " Minnie Young " Lillie Warfield " X Warfield ' Lost: On the last day of the Woman's 1,000 Fair, three center pieces of fancy work. 1,700 Finder please notify, Mrs. Henley V. Bastin. 1,000 1,800 1,000 Scott's Fork Meeting. 1,000 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 1,900 1,000 1.000 1,000 ooeooe..t,oooosooomiiiMM CRAB ORCHARD. KY. i Miss Goody Red " " " " " Clara Collier Annie Middleton Annie Bronaugh Katharine Bronaugh Pearl Collier Birdie Perkins Shirley Gover Jewel Goodwin Bro. W. II. Scrivner, of Kansas City at Scotts Fork, Sunday, August the third. Every one cordially invited. will begin a serie3 of meetings Concerning Dog Days. A. li. BOURNE Auctioneer. A. las. Centaijb Compass; NEW YOHK... Thirty Years Miss Cecil Bowling " Mabel RarKin " Wade Lee Park " Myrtle Campbell MARKSBURY, KY. 2,200 1,400 2,900 1.200 3,300 4,900 1,000 1,400 1,000 Miss Agnes Miles " Sallie Noel w Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA THE CKNTAUH COM PANT. YORK CtTY. " " Beulah Sutton " " " " ' Miss Annie Blanks Mr. William Goins " Jimmie Goins ' KY. Van Gosney BRYANTSVILLE, " Stella Ray Barbara Gulley Mamie Step Ila Hill Minnie Brown Pearl Teater Lucinda Carter Jessie Ray 3,000 1,000 1,000 2,700 1.000 1,000 1.000 1,000 2.100 1,000 Good Service. Prices Right. The dog days are hot stuff. They Phone 354-are also hot and stuffy. They warm Lancaster, - - Kentucky. up about the middle of August, and are a sure sign that the backbone of " Ida Lee Campbell winter is broken. It 13 only when the " Katie Middleton Dog Star rages that we have dog days, " Udora Douglas but nobody has yet discovered what " Bertha Flannery the Dog Star rages about, unless it Mrs. Ed Anderson is the sidereal heavens at night, and Mr Jack Perkins he certainly does rage about there Office at Raineys Livery Stable. " James Herron considerable. Which reminds us that -- -- " Tom Bronaugh Kentucky the Dog Star rages only at night, and Lancaster, PREACH ERSVILLE, KY. it is the dog days we hear more about. Miss Martha Blankenship 1,900 There is no answer to this one, either. " Dora Blankenship 1.000 But that makes no difference to the " Carrie Nailer 1,300 Weather Bureau, and the mercury If you want to be elected right, get " Gertrude Adams 1,700" shins up the tube just the same, while SHAVED RIGHT Mr Rodney Nailor 1.000, mankind simply drifts along on a sea ' of perspiration. Dog and you will be right if you go to the The names of the " Irvine Blankenship 1.000 right shop on Richmond street. Star is Sirius. This is because he is no LANCASTER R. R. 2. joke. Dogs become mad during dog The Old Reliable Barber. Mr James Crutcher 1,400 days, and why shouldn't they? Every" Margarette Herring 1,500 body HENRY DUNCAN else does, and swears, besides, GILBERTS CREEK. which dogs do not. Dog daisies blossom Miss Mary Eliza Holtzclaw l.loo at this season, and they are tropical flowers, all right. In conclusion it may be said without fear of successful contradiction that although every dog LIVE STOCK MARKET. has his day, every day hasn't its dog. CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARD3, and the rest of us ought to be doggoned I Hogs July 30 Sheep Cattle glad of it. CATTLE: Shippers $72S i0 E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician 7 657 90 Butcber steers extra t" " " " IlaNewIand Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. CANDIDATES Good tr choice Common to fair 5 67 U0is 4HS 723 5 4 15 lo CO M1LLERSBURG FEMALE KY. COLLEGE Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Uelfsrs. extra 7 40 I FARMER'S COLUMN -- property is located in Paint Lick and is considered worth the money. Miss Mary Ellen Farlee " Flossie Mae Teater L. J " Osa Coulter " Mary Belle Halcomb " Christine Swope dpace below tbia beading Is for tbe excln-lv- e use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for the sale of stock, grain aud sucb things on farm as tbe farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be ouly In two Issues of the ecobd, free of charge W. H. Brown sold a nice harness horse to J. T. Raney for ?200. Mr. J. T. Raney sold to a London party a nice harness mare for $250. Mr. John Tribble sold a fine harness mare to Bascom and Lige Ford for $250. W. H. Brown sold a bunch of 70 sheep to John Tatum for $3.50 a head. Virgil Gastineau sold 85 head of hogs Mr Sam Halcomb BOURNE, KY. to V. A. Lear that averaged 250 pounds for $8.15 a hundred. This is the best Miss Ollie Crawford " Bettie Scott lot of hogs that have left the county "Christine Stone this season in one bunch and brought " Nannie Hunter the neat little sum of 1700. " Burnie Pierce " Eulalah Montgomery Milo Simpson sold his place near " Amy Monigomery to Jim Snyder for $2750. Mr. HYATTSVILLE, KY. Simpson immediately purchased of Nelson Marsee of the same section, his Miss Ruth Arnold " Lena Schooler farm for $2750, ana 50 barrels of new " Etta Smith corn at $2.50 a barrel to be delivered. " Loretta Taylor " Lyda Crecillius Mr Lucien Johnson Vote for John M. Farra " Charley Sanders ry 1,900 COY, KY. 1,700 Miss Peachie Mae Sanders 2,700 Squire Whittaker 2,000 Lucien Clouse 1,400 Willie Miles Ray 1,000 Mrs. Mary Clouse 1,500 1,200 1,000 1,800 1,000 2,700 1,000 1,500 2; 500 LANCASTER, KY. R. R. 3. Miss Maggie Hicks " Jewel Ray " Every Carter " Lillian Brodus- ' " " " " " " Alice Ray Lelia Teater Eveline Walker Myrtle Hurt PettieLong- - 1,400 3,000 2,200 1,000 1,300 1,000 .1,000 2,100 1,000 1,500 3,700 .1,400 1,800 1,000 2,500 1.000 2,800 1.000 2,100 1,000 1,000 1,700 2,400 1,000 1,600 1,000 1,600 1,000 . 1,000 1,800 1,000 1.700 2,000 1,900 3,000 1,200 1,000 4,500 1,000 LANCASTER, P. O. Miss Judith Daniels HACKLEY, KY. Miss Edna Burnett Grow SPAINEY, KY. J. P. Mahan sold ho Mahan & Co. of Williamsburg a nice heavy harness horse for $500. blacksmith shop and For two acres of land at Marksbury. Best stand in the county. J. H. Clark. Sale:-M- y for representative. mary August 2nd. Tomorrow's Primary. Pri- - POINT LEAVEL LANCASTER R. R. I. Miss " " " " Bell Smith ' Annie Dollins Hattie Royston Lizzie Hurt Lucille Lackey Brunette Arnold BEUNA VISTA, KY.. Miss In a Scott ' Cleo Morgan "Allia Coldiron " Lei Coldiron " FLATWOOD.JCY. Miss Myrtle Carrcney Bettie Miller '" Mr. S. D. Cochran of this city Las 120 good stock ewes for sale. Write him at once if you want such stock. For Sale:-- 10 disc Hoosier drill with seed attachment, good as new. Jas. A. Bratton, Lancaster, R. F. D. No. 3. A Messrs Edgar and N. B. Price have three Duroc Boars for sale that are gilt edge and bred in the purple. Write them. Mr. J. W. Elmore sold his nice black saddle horse to Mr: Edwards of Missis4 sippi for $300., and purchased of Mr. Rogers a saddle horse for $175. . ' lost: Black and white flop eared sow weight 275 pounds, left my place near Hyattsville about July 12th. Frank Arnold, Hyattsville, Kv. Lost: Red gilt, weigh about 130 lbs. 10. ap- Strayed from my place about July Last seen on Lexington Ave. Will preciate any information. S. Lancaster, Ky. John Coldiron bought the Roberts theirs property sold by Master Commissioner Brown, Monday far $255. This The primary election to be held to Miss Lelia Barnett " Leila Ruble morrow is devoid of interest in so far " Flora Ruble as the Republican and Progressive " Ruth Lane tickets are concerned, neither of those " Lena Jennings parties having a contest in any race. " Alyce Mabel Scott However the democratic candidates " Hazel Ogg are not having such smooth sailing, ' Eural Blakeman upon the contrary, in several of the " Artie Johnson races the running will go to the fleet " Nettie lson est, and the battle within the last " Margaret Askins week has waxed exceedingly warm, and the wise one are widely at vari CAMP NELSON, KY. ance in the "picking of the winners", Miss Nora Kaufman and no man can say for certain who " Cora Moore will knock the plums until after the " Maltha Knight counting of the ballots. The candi" Emma Lane dates are doing their utmost, are beat " Dovie Watts ing the bushes as diligently as they " Lillian Burton have been wont to do when the battle " Maggie Montgomery was against the common enemy, and ." Frances Sherrow each one is confident of success. " Emma Scott However, the contest are friendly " Jennie lson. ones, "a gentleman's game", it might PAINT LICK, KY. be termed, and when the smoke of Miss Louise Rice the campaign has cleared, the losers " Christine Metcalf will be found shoulder to shoulder ' Jessie Parks with his late opponent, making com" Sallie Woods mon cause for democracy, and equally " Docia Metcalf as bent upon the rolling up of a hand' Loula McWhorter some democratic majority in NovemMiss Nellie Beazley ber, as if he was battling in his own Walter Norman behalf. O. B. Peyton - District No. 3 STANFORD, KY. - Til Cooper Dane Goodnight John Reed McKinney Miss Lyle Cooper " Lizzie Holtzclaw " Sallie Burdette " Mary Burdette " Sallie Craig e " EttaMueler " Sarah Hundley " Sallie Farmer " Lena Palmer " IdaPettus " Mary Sheppard Cook " Mary Moore Raney " Anna Davis McRoberts " " " " " ' " Effie Boughman Pearl Fields HUBBLE, KY. " " Mary Rankin Jennie Rankin Ina Roberts Lucinda Lutes Jess Weaver Bennie Rankin Thomas Bell'Rankin HEDGEVILL, KY. "1,000 Miss Flora McBeth " Lucy Spoonamore 1,000 Millersburg Female College was es5 40 6 CO tablished sixty three years ago for the ... ld054 purpose of giving girls and young wom00 00 1,000 Canners 5 752i en the sort of christian education that Bulls balognas 1,000 Fatbull S25650 will enable them to go out into the 11 uo 1,800 CALVES: extra world and help mold the character of UN 10 Fair to good social, civil and religeous societies. 10 5 50 Common and large While nonsectarian in government. 20 2' 1,000 HOGS : good packers and butchers 9 :(& o lo I the college is very positively christian, Mixed packers ........ 2,500 7 i.O 5' Stags 1,000 wummuu iu uuujcc uoat ia suns, v -- iii - wv i and bible study has been made a part Social culture ; is 40 9 ai of the curriculum. 1,000 Light shippers regarded as a part of a liberal educa- 7 25 40 1,000 Pigs, (no lbs tud less) 4 is 4 2" tion and provision has been made for it sheep: extra 1,000 3 "O1 lu oooa to cnoice at Millersburg by a number of enter- 2,000 Common to fair . . atf ;' taiiimeiius and receptions which are 1,000 LAMBS, extra (ft given for the pleasure and improve7 35 7 1,000 Goodtochoice Common to lair... 5007 00 ment of the students. One of the most important features 4,500 of the school is the health record which is remarkable in that there has not been 5,200 a single death in the college during the seventeen years of the present adminI istration. In fact pupils usually im2.300 prove substantially in health from the 1,000 very beginning of their residence here. 1,000 This is due partially to the very excel1,000 should be "nipped in the lent sanitary conditions in the college, bud", for if allowed to run the enforcement of regular habits in unchecked, serious results 1,000 eating, sleeping and exercising and the may follow. Numerous 1,900 course of physical culture which is comcases of consumption, pneupulsory except for those who are exdismonia, and other fatal cused upon a physicians certificate. eases, can be traced back to The new college building is an imfirst sign of a a cold. At the 1,500 posing three story pressed brick struc cold, protect yourself by 2,000 ture which is adapted almost ideally for thoroughly cleansing your 1,800 the comfort and convenience of the system with a few doses of 1,000 pupils- - The building has its own acet1,800 ' ylene lighting plant and is heated THEDFORD'S 1,000 throughout by steam. The curriculum 1,400 includes primary, preparatory and col1,000 legiate departments. The music deBLACK-DRAUG- HT 1,000 partment is particularly strong in hav1,700 ing for its head a skilled artist trained 1,800 in Germany. A department of domes 1,000 tic science has been established in the 1.000 school for the purpose of giving the 2,000 students practical instruction in the pre 1.C00 the old reliable, vegetable paration of foods and a scientific know1,000 liver powder. ledge of their nutritious qualities. 1,600 Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, o During the last few years Millersburg 1,500 Madison Heights, Va., says: g attendance, has enjoyed an have been using Thed-ford- 's "i and last year a number of pupil3 were for 1,400 turning away because of lack of room stomach troubles, indiges 1,500 to accommodate them. The low rate tion, and colds, and find it to 1,700 of tuition at this school, considering be the very best medicine 2,000 the advantages offered makes it one of ever used. It makes an old 1,600 unusual popularity. man feel like a young one. 1,000 Expenses for board, tuition, etc Insist on Thedford's, the 1,000 E-lower than other schools of like grade. original and genuine. Send for catalog and engage a room "early. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. 1,800 Millersburg, Ky. 1,900 6 2- -- Good to choice Common to fair Cows, extra 1,000 Good to choice 1,000 Common to fair M1LLERSBURG, . 0u5v. 106 & W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Sujgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Office Hours a.m to 12. l p.m. to Residence Phone 220. Office OTer 4. Stormes' Drug Btora. DENTIST. Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. H. Paint Lick, J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. AT LIVINGSTON, KY. Monday and Tuesday. Colds plr Office: offi-H-ii- 2tom M. K. Denny and . A. Wieeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Stormes Building OTei Hart b Anderson's Furniture Store. LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY. TREES Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES. Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb.Peon.es. Ros es Phlox. Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agta. over-flowin- Black-Draug- ht 1 67 H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Kmm ? vTT 5, jtsutn 0L. r I