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The Park is of some use, they held the election there. KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST Votes-B- est 8, 1913. NUMBER IS. Triple Otter Notice Hardware, PLUMBING, The new consolidated school building at Buena Vista is rapidly nearing com pletion. We missed the gingereakes and cider which in former election days in August was invariably in evidence. Of The Records's Big Contest Now On. Notice the Hubs 'OnthenextStudebaker WagonYou Pass on the You'll find they are A liberally patronized excursion to Just three times the usual number of votes will be given on all the head waters of Salt river left Lan subscriptions turned in between the dates of Friday morning, Aug. 8th, caster on last Sunday morning and Thursday, Aug. 21st. at 2 P. M. In addition to this mammoth inThe new concrete pavements made of ducement, we will give 5000 extra votes on every dollars worth of new the public square a seething amphi in before Aug. 14th. Positively no better offer theatre during the heated days of last subscriptions turned any future time during the contest. Get busy this week. made at week. Lincoln county reports a bumper melon crop; we have heard nothing from the gentleman who are raising his melons on the bottle in that county. not split and checked liKe the ordinary wagon. WHY? Koza 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. Enter The Race Today. Right now is the ,very best time to make a start in this big race for your subscriptions now bring three times the usual number of votes. We will be glad to hear from new contestants who are thinking of entering the race. Send your nomination today and printed matter and full instructions will be sent you. M WXiBmah&j Wagons deserve a careful investigation on your part even if you are not quite ready to buy. The addition to the Christian Church is rapidls nearing completion and that structure when finished will be one of the handsomest in this part of the unDrecedented number of snakes. This seems peculiar in view of the fact that there was an irom clad agreement among the candidates not to use any of "the critter" in their campaign. Not So Great As First Thought. Today, we are putting on the biggest great many Lancaster people and best vote offer of the contest and John F. Walker Secures Good Position. attended the dedication at the "Chapel" each candidate should make every ef at Buckeye Sunday. We do not know fort possible to take full advantage of The legion of friends of Mr. John F. if they were prompted by religious it. There will be TRIPLE VOTES Walker will be glad to know that he GIVEN ON ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS has secured a splendid position in motives or their appetites. turned in between the dates of Firday, and he left on last Monday for Lincoln county people are killing an Aug. 7th, and Thursday, Aug. 21st at that state to make it his future home. A Miss-ipp- i, State. 1 Special Sale on TINWARE. We Save you Money on anything in Our Line. It has developed that the injury done by the recent hail storm is not so great as was first thought. The plants were small and this fact served to make the damage appear at first sight much greater than it really was. Postoffice Discontinued. CONN BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks DRESS YOU COOL For The Central Kentucl$ Fairs. We have Light Weight Coats and Trousers in The postoffice at Nina, in the locality familiarly known as "Spoonville" went out of existence on last Saturday, and START YOUR CAMPAIGN. those desiring to send mail to persons Do you realize that right now is the in that neighborhood will address it to very best time to start your campaign? Lancaster Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. You now get more than three times the usual number of votes. Under this Taking Advantage Of The Drought. big offer, your votes on subscriptions Many of the farmers of the county will count up very rapidly and with a took advantage of the recent drought veryJittle effort you can easily catch to clean out ponds, pools and water up with anyone in the race. We will holes and prepare against such a be glad to hear from prospective candi another season. It appears dates who are thinking of entering the to us that the drilling of good wells on race. Just send your nomination and their farms would prove profitable to ask the contest manager to send you the people of the county who suffer the printed matter and full instructions for a lack of stock water in the dry and to assist you in starting your cam season. paign. If you have already received the printed matter, then start your campaign at once. Don t be afraid to let your friends know that you intend to make an active race. They will be glad to help you if they see you really want to win. After you once get started, you will be surprised to see how easy it is to secure votes and sub scriptions. Don't waste any more of this valuable time for on what work you do during the next few days will probably depend your success of defeat at the end. Think of the value of the prizes; think of the honor and glory of winning in this great race, and think what this most magnificent vote inducement means to you. VALUE OF BALLOTS AUGUST 7th, to 14th INCLUSIVE. 2 P. M. In addition to this mammoth vote inducement, 5000 EXTRA VOTES will be given on every dollars' worth of NEW subscriptions turned in be fore 2 P. M. Aug, 14th. This is guai- anteed by the management of this pa per and by the contest manager to be the VERY BEST VOTE OFFER OF THE CONTEST. Those who hold back subscriptions with the expectation of getting more votes will be greatly disappointed for this is guaranteed to be the best. Rdad the above over carefully, foi there are two different offers. One offer, which is the best, expires on August 14th, and one offer expires on August 21st Good Appointment. IB9 I i Buggies, Surries, Harness. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. Mr. Alex R. Denny has received a s. commission from Gov. McCreary appointing him to the National Good m Roads Congress at St Louis. The Govenor showed rare judgment in appointing a man so well qualified and as mrnmiWimBnaMyMmmPM, deeply interested as is Mr. Denny. m HASELDEN BROS. Mr2Mn2MMm2MW A Sad Misfortune. Miss Iona Dunn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dunn of this place, was so unfortunate last week as to lose all of her clothes by fire. She was visiting a relative in Lawrenceburg when the house caught fire the structure and its entire contents, including Miss Dunn's clothes were consumed. Drought Partially Broken. Copious rains fell in various parts of the county during the latter part of last week, bringing relief to the parch ed crops and smiles to the faces of the farmers; the downpour was consider able in some localities, while other places scarcely had enough to lay the dust. Louie Tinder Injured. Over Stocked Now is the time to get Bar gains on Louie Tinder, oldest son of Eld. and Mrs. F. M. Tinder is carrying hi3 left arm and shoulder in a shngas the result The of a kick from a mule recently. injury while not dangerous is quite painful and has occasioned this popular young man considerable pain and inconvenience. Steal A March. Buggies, Harness, Wagons Don't miss this opportunity. It will only last 30 days. Dr. J. M. Acton and Miss Linnie Moss secured a marriage licence from county clerk J. W. Hamilton on Tuesday morning, and then boarded the morning train. The news in some way leaked out that they were bound for Covington, where the ceremony is to be performed today, but in absence of definite information on the subject we will defer full particulars until next issue; Grow. 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 from New York a beautiful line of Summer Gaps, Reatfy-To-We- ar Belts, Silk Socks, Etc. Low Shoes in Tans, Patent Leather, White Canvas and Bucks. Garments going at COST. Call on us, we can Ladies please you in style and save you money. H. T. LOGAN LANGASTER, KY. Mr. George Grow died at his home at Hackley in this county at six o'clock Wednesday morning of typhoid fever. After funeral services at the late home, his remains were placed at rest in the family lot in the Lancaster cemetery at NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS. 11 o'clock Thursday morning. Mr. 302,000 10 years Grow had been sick but a few days, he 244,000 8years was in town on last county court day, 160,000 5 years but upon the advice of his physician he 102,000 3 years returned to his home and took to his 73,000 2 years e44Qwhat proved to be a fatal illness; 28,400 lyear he wastBbtight to be doing nicley until OLD SUBSCRIPTIONS. Tuesday when complications arose which 140,000 the physicians could not overcome and 10 years 90,000 he sank rapidly until the end came. 8 years 54,000 Mr. Grow is survived by a wife of only years 30,600 a few months, who before her marriage 3 years 23,400 has Miss Mischel Price daughter of Mr. 2 years 7,200 RrZ. Price of the county, and by lyear several children by a former wife, CASH YOUR PROMISES. including several children of tender Have you made up that list of years, and also by several brothers and relatives and acfriends, neighbors, sisters. George Grow was one of the quaintances whom you have not yet sterling citizens of the county, connectyou have not, you approached. If ed with an old and well known family? should do so at once and lose no time and himself a popular man, he had a into communication with wide circle of in getting friends; of a genial, them. Remember, also all those per- jovial disposition, he immediately whom you saw earlier in the con- rendered himself popular in the locality sons test who put you off uritil a'late date. in which he located and immediately Communicate with all of these; ex- bound to him by the ties of friendship plain to them that you get the biggest his neighbors and acquaintances. His votas for your efforts now and under death came as a great surprise and X refuse to the circumstances they won't shock to many, as but few people help you. It is bargain time in this knew of his serious condition. record breaking contest and you simply The Record joins with the host of cannot afford to fail to avail yourself friends and acquaintances in sincerest big offer. in the fullest of this sympathy for the bereaved wife and ABOUT NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS. family. When you get a subscription, be sure and find out whether it is old or Fine 'Lumber For Sale. new and mark it so on the part of We have feet the receipt which you turn into the Otheroffice with your remittance. Georgia pine yet unsold of wise, we are liable to be delayed in getting the paper started. Also be can saw any length to suit sure to get the address correct. purchaser. For house or When a subscription is charged Hughes Bros., " from one member of the family to barn. Lancaster, Ky. (Continued on page 6.) Following is the schedule of votes on both old and new subscriptions from August 8th, to 14th at 2 P. M. This, includes the triple votes and the 5000 extra on each dollars worth of new subscriptions and the triple votes on old subscriptions. W. J. Romans . t EXTRA! EXTRA! We have some Extra Fine j MEAT! this week. Try it. price and quality. I Also some Groceries that are just right as to I 200,000 : Davidson & Dotv. ? I j I . a : .J-- Page 2 The Central Record, Friday, Aug 8, 1913. Let Us Supply Vour TV t US Housefurnishing Needs. We have all I g that is newest and best in Furniture, Qarpets, Mattings, Rugs, Wall Paper, Pictures, Pianos, Organs, Victor-Victrola- s, TV Typewriters, Etc. 1 "The Store Beautiful." HURT has determined to at once distribute throughout the Southern States $50, 000,000 to be used in facilitating the handling of the crops. The money will be deposited in banks at centrally located points, and is to be returned to the National treasury in installments, all of it to be in by March 1914. Senator James and Rep. Sherley are seeking to have Louisville made one of the points of deposit. and ANDERSON LANCASTER, KY. Rest In Sight. Judge Hardin Buys Machine. "The Bright Spot In Lancaster. Judge Charles A. Hardin has joined We have had a long siege of politics, having and immediate relief is not in sight, in the ranks of the autoists, $1.00 a year. fact we will not be free from the impor purchased a neat little "Metz" machine Issued Weekly. tunitics of the candidates until after the which he expects to utilize in travelling November election, when we hope to over the district to the various courts. J. E. ROBINSON. EorroR. have a period of undisturbed rest. It He came to Lancasteron Monday afterR.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. is true that the candidates will not be as noon "joyriding" accompanied by Mrs. numerous from this date hence as they Hardin and the Genial Judge introducLancaster, Ky., Entered at the Post Office In were previous to last Saturday, butwe ed many of his friends Jitb the Mull Matter. as Second-Clas- s very much fear they will make up in mysteries of his rapid going little Member Kentucky Press Association persistency what they lack in numbers. runabout, which he has readily masterand It remains for the laymen but to be ed and manipulates as readily as a Threshing About Over. Eighth District Publishers League. patient and bear with them as best you chaffeur of years experience. The threshing season is about all can, until Novembea decides "who is to over and with the exception of a re- be it". County Dirt Roads. Lancaster, Ky.f August 8, 1913. mote crop here and there, the grain will be done with those,, public What has all been marketed, and the machines All About Alexander. roads of the county that,haj?'7lereto-for- e Rates For Political Announcements pulled in. This season marked one of been under the carSJr overseers The Manhattan Nationalist doen't For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 the most successful wheat growing under the former road law? 10.00 seasons in the history of the county; tell where it found this: "There was a "or County Offices The office of overseer has been abol 15.00 the yield being larger and the grain chap who owned - a store and often For State and District Offices ished by the present law and no person 10 of better quality than ever before wished it grander; he sold his goods to For Calls, per line 10 known, and the cereal commanded a all who came; hi3 name was Alexander. has had any authority to act in such a For Cards, per line fairly good price, most of it bringing He mixed the goods with cunning hand capacity since December 1st 1912. For all publications in the interSome not knowing that their author(he was a skillful blender), and since from 85 to 90 cents per bushel. individuals or expres est of ity had been taken away since thatdate his sugar was half sand, they called sion of individual views, per A Peculiar Phenomenon. 10 him Alexsander. He had a sweetheart warned in hands and woiked the county line roads that they formerly had charge of 05 Obituaries, per line On last Friday evening about dusk, (pretty maid) ; admiringly he scanned as overseer. All the hands that have her, and asked if she'd change her just preceding a rain which threatened been warned in this year and worked 'Oh, We are authorized to announce the to be a "frog strangler", a peculiar name; a ring did Alex hand her. on the roads by the former overseer phenomenon was witnessed;the sky was yes,' she said, and sweetly smiled, 'if have done so without any legal aufollowing Democratic Nominees. And thus they of a dull crimson hue, great banks of I can be commander.' thority. cloud rolled rapidly and there was formed a partnership; firm name was For State Senator. AH the duties formerly required of & Her. every indication of a severe storm, the Alex the overseer.isjjow laid upon the CounCHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. result however, was only a cooling ty Road Engineer, and it is his duty to Deserved Success. Of Casey County. shower. During this time the lights look after all the roads in the county, about town assumed a bright purpelish Mr. James A". Roys ton who was a can- both turnpikes and dirt roads. For Representative. hue, closely resembling the stage spot- didate atJast Saturday's primary for The Fiscal Court has not yet devellight. Many people were of the opinion the Democratic nomination for coroner oped a plan upon which the dirt roads R. MOUNT. J. that this condition presaged a dire of the county, maJe an unique cam of the county will be handled. calamity in the way of a wind storm, paign for the office which he sought Hands may be warned in by the road ?FrCounty Judge. but the rain was unaccompanied by and one which was deserving of sut supervisor who will act as Road EngiCLAYTON A. ARNOLD. wind. cess. He walked over the county neer until his present term of office ex making a personal pires, or a portion of the tax fund may Bird Crop Promising. For Sheriff. campaign, thus pattering after the be set aside for the purpose of keeping More quail than in years are being late James B. Mason, who many years up the dirt roads. C. A. ROBINSON. Littlf further work will be done upheard calling in the country nowadays since made such a canvass for the and if the "pot hunters" will forego Democratic nomination for the legisla- on the dirt roads until the Court takes For County Attorney. their forags until the season opens, ture. Mr. Mason was successful, but the matter up and settles the proposiGREEN CLAY WALKER. some good sport is promised. There is Mr. Royston was not so fortunate in tion. The public will hope for better dirt also said to be a crop of doves that emulating his example, he meeting deFor Jailer. will reach above the average. The feat at the hands of his opponent, the roads under the present road law, since DAVE ROSS. dove season will soon be open. Circuit present incumbent Mr. James A. Jones the same persons have charge of both Clerk Hamilton informs us that he has by the narrow margin of about 35 the turnpikes and what is generally For Assessor. called the county roads. issued comparatively few gun licenses votes. for this year. It is against the law to DAVE C. SANDERS. Celebrate Their Anniversary. hunt without a gun license, and every Dark Covered Bridges A Menace To TravFor School Snperintendant. hunter should be able to produce one Mr. W. T. West gave an elegant dinellers, May Be Easily And Cheaply on demand, else he may find himself ner at the Hotel Kengarlan on last MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. in the clutches of the law. They do Thursday July 31st, that day marking Lighted And The Danger not cost much, better get one and the anniversary of himself and Mrs. For Magistrate. avoid trouble. Pattie D. Gill, an occasion which they Avoided. 1st District. have foi several years been accustomEnjoy A Day In Louisville. Our attention has been called to the JOHN N. WHITE. ed to celebrate jointly". Those assem2nd District. bled about the splendid repast, prepar- fact that there are several covered The Southern Railway will run their bridges in Garrard county, or connectLOGAN ISON. regular excursion from Danville to ed by Mrs. Zimmer in her own inimit- ing it with adjoining counties, each and able style, were Mrs. Pattie D. Gill, Louisville on ujext Sunday, 'and the every one of which is a menace to those We are authorized to announce the usual excursiomjjjfces will prevail. There Capt. A. T. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs W. T. West. We could not ascertain, who of a necessity are compelled to following candidates for city offices. will be many special attractions in the We travel through them after night. city on that day to interest those who nor did we dare inquire very deeply ,as can call to mind many instances where For Police Judge. to which anniversary these good people care to go, among which will be a parties have driven over cows and other E. W. HARRIS. double header baseball game" between were celebrating, but it developed in stock, which they were unable to see the conversation that Mr. West was J. P. PRATHER. Louisville and Minneapolis, Keith's in the pitchy blackness of these bridtheater, six vaudeville act. admission several years older than Mrs. Gill, just ges, and were in imminent peril of life ten cents, Fountaine Ferry Park open, how many years was not brought out and limb. These structures are "favorSaturday's Primary. admission free, free band concert by for fear of embarrassment to Mrs. ite rendezvous for all the stray stock West. The time between courses was The primary held last Saturday was Natiello's band, largest swimming pool pleasantly whiled away by reminiscen-se- s that roam at large upon the public in the world, and many other attractions unusually quiet' all over the State. The and anecdotes of bygone days, and highway, seeking protection from the candidates as well as the peof4HR(ee.m calculated to make the trip well worth many pleasant, ludicrous and amusing elements, and preferring to sleep under " owners do not pro well satisfied with the operations of the the while. instances were recalled. All were loud shelter, which their law and with the results of the election. in their praise of the hospitality of vide for them. The Record Enlarged. Some change is suggested that will The worst of these bridges is the one Mrs. Zimmer, and each joined in the With'thTs issue of the Record we are wish that they might be spared to at- which spans the Kentucky river at perhaps be made by the next Legisla Hickman, connecting this and Jessa ture. It has been suggested that the issuing an illustrated supplement which tend many more such anniversaries. corrupt practice act, which was a part will be a regular monthly visitor to our mine county, and not a traveller who of the last Democratic platform be one subscribers, and which we hope will Interesting Letter With More To Follow. goes through this structure after night of the changes added and will likely be prove of interest. This supplement is but that conducts a rigid examination urged. This .was the most quiet pri- prepared at considerable expense, and Yellowstone Park, July 30th '13. for cows and other stocK before ven mary held in this County for many the labor attached to its issuance is no Editor Record: turing on his way. years and with the few changes that small matter, but we have fully deterMy wife and I. are seeing the This menace could easily and cheaply will be made the p'rimary law will be mined to spare neither labor nor ex beauties, wonders and mysteries of be avoided, especially in so far as the upon the Statute books to stay. The pense in our efforts to make the Record thw famous resort. Our son R. E. Hickman bridge is concerned, it would nominees of the party in this County second to no weekly newspaper in Ken- Hughes brought us with his wife and be but very little trouble and-th- e exare the choice of the majority of the tucky. We propose within the next daughter, who are on their way to the pense nominal to place a light therein. Democrats and we think the party will year to add other interesting features Orient We will accompany them as The Kentucky distilleriesand Warehouse be well united for its fight in the fall which will prove interesting, and as far as Seattle to visit Mr. and Mrs. LCo. have alight plant at their distillery election. The nominees are all well we have endeavored to do in the past, Percy Noland and children. on theJessamine side, and they would known to the people in either political furnish our readers with all the interWe are seeing gushing geysers, dash no doubt gladly and for a very nominal or public affairs and are well prepared esting home news, and we do not pro- ing cataracts, snow capped mountains, remuneration equip and maintain a to organize the party andkeep harmony pose to allow added features to detract beautiful lakes, peculiar formations, light in this bridge and thereby forever in the organization. The irreconcilable from the policy which we have follow- and many wild animals. We are liter- obviate the danger which we have en contest between the Republicans and ed in the past. We are adding many ally among the clouds, having reached deavored to point out. We are of the the Progressive make Democratic vic- new subscribers to our list each week, an altitude of 8,325 feet, nearly one opinion that the counties of Jessamine tory sure in November and the nomi- and we propose to do everything in our and a half miles higher than Lancaster. and Garrard should jointly, and would nation in the primary is equivalent to power to give to them as well as those Three inches of snow fell last night. willingly, share this small expense, and election to the lucky Democratic con. who have had the Record as a visitor Temperature 30 and plenty of ice. Tell we are of the opinion if the people intestants. for many years a home paper that will our friends to write us, care, Percy terested would apply to them, it would be of interest to every member of the Noland, 808 Shelby Ave. Seattle, Wash. only be a short time when the bridge M. D. Hughes.. Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo household. would be lighted. Why not try it? The Central Record incorporated. Joint Primary Passes Quietly And Heavy out the vote. Hon. Chas. F. Montgomery, who wa without opposition for Vote Polled. To Many The Result the nomination for the State Senate, polled 899 votes in the county. Green Was Fraught With Surprises. Clay Walker, for County Attorney, The first primary held under the new headed the list of majorities, winning election law whereby all of the parties over his opponent, G. B. Swinebroad nominated their candidates upon the by 660 votes; in the county judges race same day and in the same booths, pass- C. A. Arnold won over J. A. Beazley ed quietly. So far as is known there by 453 voles, for the legislature J. R. was not a cross word throughout the Mount won over J. M. Farra by 72 votentire county to mar the serenity of es, in the Sheriff's race C. A. Robin the occasion, which demonstrates clear- son's majority over Ashby Arnold was ly the success of the new law. To 5S8; David Ross won the Jailer's race many there were startiing-surprise- s in over Jack Adams by the narrow mar-many of the races, but we have yet to gin of 25 votes; Dave Sanders gets the hear any one question the fairness of nomination for Assessor over Lige Ray the entire proceeding. 1442 democratby a majority of 46 and for Coroner J. ic votes were polled, an unusually large A. Jone3 defeated James A. Royston number, especially in a primary elec- by 32 votes. In the race for Magistion: thi3 heavy vote is accounted for trate in the 1st (Lancaster) district, J. by the fact that some of the races were N. White received 253 votes. J. H. very exciting and the candidates had Dalton 195. Davis Futton 86 and S. II. exercised unusual diligence in bringing Estes 41. J. C. Criscillis, the Progres3- 55 O Cu ;- -" CO ive candidate received 175 votes. Mis3 Jennie Higgins received 603 votes in the county for County School Superintendent. In Magisterial district no. 2. (Bryantsville) Logan Ison received 203. C. C. Becker 92 and T. T. Burdett 79. In Buckeye, no. 3, J. S. Ham, democratic without opposition, received 120 votes. In Paint Lick, no. 4, L. W. McQuerry. Rep. received 22 votes ami J. L. Coldiron Progressive 51. The Iadie3 of the county failed to take kindly to the right of suffrage of fered them, two voted at Court Houe precinct in Lancaster, snd as the re- turning'board failed to take cognizance of them, we are unible to say if there were any other ladies who voted in the. county, but our best information is that the two in Lancaster were the only votes polled. The Board of Election Commissioners met on Tuesday and canvassed the returns, which in detail are as follows:- - 3 55 o - H o r r-- I a s s-- c - te J3 I Y PRECINTS - ? IP ' to o Court House East Park West Park Ea3t Bryantsville West Bryantsville Buckeye Walkers School House, Paint Lick Union Total House. 154 97! 119 63! 160 154 102, 103 108' 112 S3 34 107 23 117 1381 681 107 36 166 91 72 62 31, 139 61 27 46 27 58 46 37 47 34 98 49 80 47: 37 74 26 76 65 661 153! 1731 59' 146 16S 37 103 111 38 153 150 29 122l 101 651 08 16 27 53 59 29 110, 109 19i 10, A 1171 163 451 90, 103 14 132 84 14S 57 99 95 73 59 8' 93 42 57 53 38 163 85 103 87 91 101 49 59, 102 52 109 66 57 411 40 32 5Sj 53 4 80 23, 46 55! 37' 48 27 43 43, 15 10 129 123! 21 1G 115 33 58 12 S6 40 62 31 41 62 42 s 7o 1431 102 51 79 49 o no 29 1 4: D- 18 15 109 9 10 10 1 i 43 23 34 20 15 o 101 13 81 899 5921 664 469 912 320' 980,10271 373 961 662 (w: Satur- 63S 592 533 501 298 103 C05 house-to-hou- Mrs. Hunter House died at the fam ily home on the new Danville pike about four miles from town on last Sat urday afternoon, and after brief funer al services her remains were interred in the Lancaster cemetery on Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock. The cause of her death was acute Bright's disease, and her illness had been a long and painful one. The deceased was 43 years of age. and was a daughter of the late Thompson rollard, a well known citizen of the county in former years. She is survived by her husband Important Decision Rendered By Judge and six children. Mrs. House was a splendid christian woman and much Field In Louisville Phone Case. beloved in the neighborhood in which Judge Field signed an order yester-da- p she dwelt, and the Record joins a large restraining the Louisville Home circle of friends in condolence to the Telephone Company from removing a bereaved husband and family. telephone instrument from Charles A. WicklifTe's office in the Realty building Clark. until further order of the court. Mr. Wickliffe filed suit in the Circuit On last Thursday morning at 12:30 Court yesterday asking for such an oroclock the "Death Angel" visited the der, alleging that the defendant, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark, Louisville Home Telebhone Comnanv and claimed as its victim, their little had threatened to remove his telephone four year old daughter, Nellie. She unless he paid for the service for two was stricken with appendicitis on July was months in advance. The plaintiff al10th. and from the first little hope leges that he owes the defendant nothentertained for her recovery. But for ing and he asks that he he be awarded came, a few days before the relapse $5 damages. Courier Journal. she seemed to improve. Every thing that fond and indulgent parents, and Elections Returns In Adjoining Counties. loving friends and relatives could do, was done to save her, but of no avail. Perhaps no where in the state were She continued to grow worse and the candidates more numerous and results end came about 12.30. Nellie was a closer than in our adjoining county of bright attractive child, and an especial Lincoln. In the Assessors race alone favorite with all who knew her. The there were ten candidates. The candi entire neighborhood mourns her loss, dates had entered into an agreement but we should all be camforted in know- to use no money, whiskey or other deing that our los3 is her eternal gain. bauching influence in their campaign, Her remains were laid to rest in the and the Interior Journal indicates that Lancaster cemetery Thursday P. M., these pledges were f aily well observed. after appropriate services at the grave Following are the democratic by Rev. F. M. Tinder. Judge James Bailey, The writer's heartfelt sympathy is Sheriff J G Weatherford, Jailer Geo. extended the family in their sad F. Deborde. Representative Shelton bereavement and may they be comfort- Saufley, Circuit Clerk Marshal C. New-laned by him who said: "Suffer little Assessor E. D Kennedy, County children to come unto me and fofbid Clerk Geo B Cooper, County Attorney them not for of such is the Kingdom of W S Burch and School Supt Garland Heaven". Singleton. In Boyle county G. W. W. Coulter, A precious one from them has gone. Henry Jackson and J B Nichols were voice they loved is stilled, A nominated on the democratic ticket for A place is vacant in their home County Judge, County Attorney and can be filled. Which never County Clerk, respectively without opposition; for Jailer, Frank Timoney, God in his wisdom hath recalled Assessor, John Baughman, Sheriff A The boon his lo've had given C Harbeson, Supt. Schools Miss Lydia And tho the body slumbers now Morris Lewis and Representative The soul is safe in Heaven. We extend our deepest sympathy to J. C. W. Beckham upon Miss Daniels Appointed. the loss of his beloved mother. Mrs. The School board and the public are Beckham passed away at her home in to be congratulated on securing Miss Bardstown last Thursday night. Sarah H. Daniels of Paris Ky. as Pressing Machine. Superintendent of music at the Graded School for the following year. Louis Faulkner, the hustling manager Miss Daniels i3 well qualified to fill this of the Lancaster Cleaning and Pressing important position and we are sure Company has recently installed a new that success will be hers. She comes Sanitary pressing machine. It is heathere well known, having been a frequent ed by gas and besides being a great time saverisgivingperfect satisfaction. visitor of Mrs John Mount. An Educational Not a cross word marred last day's election in this county. Mrs. Beckham Dead. Creed. d, Farris. (By Prof. H. H. Cherry of Bowling Green.) The State that has the men has Ihe present, and the State that has the schools has the future. A great Commonwealth can not be bestowed; it must be achieved through education. Our Commonwealth's idealization of education is the result of the law of It recognizes its own being as an organism composed of spiritual atoms that are capable of growth of degem ration, intelligent patriotism i or anarchy. It is natural for our Gov ernment to idealize an intelligent, active, rational, aggressive citizen. It takes a mind to reach and a n n heart to feel a democracy. It will take n n citizens to make a Kentucky, and a school system exploited to the highest degree of social and industrial efficiency to make citizens. Our noble boys and girls stand by our side with ability and nerve ready to acomplish the larger Kentucky, if we will only give them an opportunity. We greet childhood and recognize a patriotic call for education and more rbundant education, ideas, and more noble ideas, more Government by the teacher and less government by the policeman, more government by the school house and less government by the military camp, more and better schools and fewer jails and penitentiaries, more scholars and fewer criminals, more freedom and fewer slaves, more life and still more life. We need more life and every patriot will join in the great work of putting at the door of every child in the land a modern schoolhouse with equipment and sanitation, a democratized course of study, and a teacher of scholarship, character and personali ty. We believe in a public policy and efficiency that will ring the moral, intellectual and in dustrial "rising bell" in the life ofj every child in our land. full-grow- n full-growfull-growfull-growfull-growfull-grofull-groto-d- i l' 4S -- T- V3'tS - fh1 M The Central Record, Friday, Aug 8, 1913. 1 Page 3 What To Do with A Drunken Man in Kentucky or Tennessee. Or A Morphine com-400,0- User Or Tobacco Cheap Cures. Addict. 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 tute placed in charge of him and he will be cared for like a king. When the course of treatment ia pleted he will have lost all desire for liquor or drugs and will be ready to start life anew. men and women cured, 25,000 of whom are rnysicians. We have a large comfortable, convenient and private institute, with all modern conveniences. Broad verandas, large, rooms with electric lights, hot and cold baths; also fitted up and Our Medical Department. other practice. Our Physician in. charge is a specialist in the treatment of Drug and Liquor habits, and does no The medical work both in the examination and treatment of patients, is of the most painstaking character. The nurses are especially qualified for this class of cases. The whole atmosphere of the place is that of the most marked kindness, sympathy and consideration for the patient's comfort and happiness. Every effort is put 'forth to keep them in the greatest comfort at all times. Their friends may visit them and witness the treatment. to speak with the name of Dr. Leslie E. Keeley." KEV. JENKIN LLOYD JONES, Chicago. 32 and arranged so as to combine the advantage of easy elegant seclusion with the most cheerful home-lik- e surroundings. Both ladie's and gentlemen are admitted. "It becomes my duty years in operation and still 4 The Keeley Treatment has now been before the public for more best. Patients are not conlined. 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, stops all craving for liquor. Liquor patients require 4 weeks treatment. Drug patients require 4 to 6 weeks. Cigaretts Tobacco and patients require 2 to 4 weeks. Price for four weeks' treatment for either Liquor or Drug $100. Keeley Treatment for Tobacco or Cigarette habit, $50 for two weeks at Crab Orchard, Ky Keeley Institute. Home Treatment for Tobacco addiction, $5 per pair. Keeley Home Treatment for Neurasthenia or Nerve Exhaustion," $8 e bottles.) per pair 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. Do it now. The wealthy men and Doctors come" themselves, Shows what they 'think. )2.8-ounc- It has on it the else under Heaven would mark of the approval of the Lord God Almighty." REV. T. DEWITT TALMAGE. "I desire to express my gratification with results of the Keeley Cure on those of my troop who have taken it, as well as on other old and good soldiers in qther troops that I have known for It is noticeable that those reyears. quiring and taking the treatment are the very best soldiers in my command." CAPT. EZRA B. FULLER, 7th Cavalry Commanding Troop E. "I tested this cure: I selected a half dozen of the toughest products of alcoholism which the Chicago saloons had been able to turn out, and the drunken-makin- g shops in no other city can beat them in their line of workmanship. The experimental cases were sent down to Keeley, 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 "The Keeley Cure has saved where nothing than thirty-tw- o years. It is recognized as the only safe and reliable treatment for Liquor and Drug Using "before the public. We publish herewith a few of the many testimonials and endorsements received 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. l ' ; from butchers to foreman, and all have been permanently cured. (From a personal letter to Dr. Keeley.) I do 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, 111. "I have sent two hundred of my employes, bpy i? - - - ! I I know it does save them, I know it is God's truth thav. 1 take the deep- est interest in the Keeley Cure, and so long as I live I shall raise my voice in advocating its "It is because 4 HOTELS 4 RT nEV J0HN SHANLEY, Bishop of North Dakota. The Keeley Institute Address J. B. Willis, Manager. CRAB ORDHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. IIUENA VISTA Miss Sadie Scott is visiting relatives in Lexington. Mr. T. M. Scott is Miss Nell Ray has returned to her home after a visit to Miss Stella Ray. Miss Nancy Long who has been visiting Miss Agne3 Miles has returned home. Mr. Lillard Miles of Somerset was with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles last week. Mr. Richard Burton and family of Bryantsville were with friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Stapp and son Irvin, attended the fairatllarrodsburg Friday. Light airy connecting rooms. Capacity 500 guests. $100.000brick building. 85 acres Shady Woodland. Finest in the South hot and cold shower and tub baths. Boating, hunting and fishlake 18 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 rates on all railroads. Bus meets all trains, two each way daily. Fine band", in summer. In Lincoln County, Ky., on Knoxville branch L. & N., 115 miles from Louisville, 60 miles from Lexington, 139 miles south of Cincinnati: Special Railroad Rates. better after sev- eral days serious illness. Mr. D. S. Lane of Nicholasville has been with Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Scott several days. Miss Myrtle Ruble who is teaching in upper Garrard spent the week's end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ruble. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Christopher spent several days of this week with Mr. Thomas Christopher and the family of J. E. Scott. PAINT LICK. Miss Bulah Hendren and brother Will Miss Bessie Doty has returned to her home in Lexington after a pleasant of Madison were guests of Mrs. Cecil Miss Christine Metcalf is visiting the stay of five weeks with Mrs. J. K. Broadus Sunday. Misses Beck at McKinney. Daugherty. Mrs. Charlie Thompson and daughter Mr. Newton Todd of Atlanta Ga. is ... Miss Ruby of Missouri are guests of the guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Andrew Bogie. UUCKKIlK. Wm. Todd. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders motored Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Griggs are Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Noel were in from Crab Orchard Sunday, and attend- spending several days with relatives ed the dedication of the new Methodist in Lexington. Lexington Tuesday. Miss Lelia Teater ot Loyd has been church. Miss Lucy Francis has returned to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burton, Miss her home after a two weeks visit at the guest of Miss Lucinda Carter. Agnes Miles, Messrs H. M. DeMoss and Milton. Elliott motored to Harrods-bur- g Friday. Rev. H. M. DeMoss will preach here Sunday his subject for morning will be a Christians Duty to his Church and at night a Father's Advice to his Son. The Dedication of the. new Methodist church was in every way a success, the amount of money contributed being $400. Rev. G. W. Bunton D. D. of Covington delivered the Dedicatory Address. Rev. J. B. Stratton of Barbourville and Rev. Godbey of Nicholasville also assisted in the Mr- - Floyd Curtis and family were services. with Mrs. J. S. Gilbert the latter part of the week. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burdette RamMontrat N. C. and son Harold sey. Mrs. Arthur Bottner ... are with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burchell for a visit. Some choice Southdown Miss Flossie Tribble has returned sale. Better home after a visit to her aunt Mrs. bucks for Henry Riddleberger. ever owned before. than I Miss Fannie Francis of Oklahoma, R. L. Elkin. Mr. is the guest of her grand-parenand Mrs. James Francis. ts Judge Barker, president State University of Kentucky, will preside. Professor Cyrus W. Hopkins. University of Illinois, Subject: Soil Conservation. E. M. Tousley, of Minnesota, editor and secretary of of Right Relationship League Subject: Dr. Bradford Knapp, Washington, D. C. Chief of Farmers Demonstration Work. Subject Farm Extension Work. Professor Charles J. Brand. Washington, D. C, assistant in charge Bureau of Marketing. Subject: Co-oerative Farm Marketing. R. L. Barnett, secretary and treasurer of Kentucky Division of FarmUnion of ers Educational America. Subject: Farmers Union. J. W. Newman, commissioner of Agriculture of Kentucky. Subject: State Aid. Dr. Fred Mutchler, Washington, D. C, chief in charge of demonstration work in Kentucky. Subject, Boys' and Girls' Demonstration Work. J. C. Caldwell, banker Lakefield, Minnesota, Subject: The Farmer and His Finances. p" IWr. Farmer Do You Own a Pure Bred Boar? If not, why not? Try one of my your profits row Durocs and watch My spring pigs are by Sires of Grand Champions and out of sows of royal breeding. Also have a few bred gilts for sale. Entire herd against cholera. Prices low, quality high. SatisCall and see faction guaranteed. my herd. Phone 363-ed B. Farmers Barbecue. Mrs. B. M. Lear and daughter Miss Mr. J. N. Camden, .of Woodford Alma have gone to Canada, Niagra County has issued invitations for an Falls and other points of interest. old fashion barbecue, at his home near Miss Bessie White of Richmond, Mr. Versailles, on Wednesday, August, and Mrs. Charlie White of Valley View 20th. Mr. Camden in his invitation are visiting their mother Mrs. Emma says; White. Every farmer, and every farmer's Misses Ethyl Estridge, Nellie Rice wife, and everyone interested in betand Margaret Nolan were guests of ter farming in the State, who feels an Miss Margaret Anderson during the interest in increasing the rewards of agriculture, and in bettering the conBerea Fair. ditions of farm life, is most cordially After several weeks visit to her and urgently invited to be my guest on friend Mrs. Burdette Ramsy Miss Vio- August 20. This invitation is given in la Preston has returned to her home the spirit of good fellowship, and the in Louisville. desire to help, and all who accept it Dr. and Mrs. B. Ramsey of Stanford will be most warmly welcomed." Mr. Terrill Ramsey wife and children The following instructive and inof Chorolette Court House, Va are the teresting program has been arranged. B. F. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. EVERYBODY IS GOING TO THE mm Mm SIX BIG Days and Nights, Commencing BLUE GRASS FAIR AUGUST ELEVENTH $20,000 In Premiums 6 Big Saddle Horse Stakes, v ONDAY, . America's Greatest Horse Show. Running and Harness Races Daily. Splendid Display of Every Class of Live Stock. High Class Vaudeville. Every Turn a Headliner. Liberatis Goncert Band and Grand Opera Company. FREE ACTS DAILY. Everybody from everywhere. You may see all the rest. Hike to the Blue Grass Fair but come to Lexington to get the best. Reduced Rates on all Roads. For Catalog or Further Information Address JOHN W. BAIN, Sec, Lexington, Ky, 1 or j. - Pftgfr-4- . . 'The Central -- ReeoYd, Friday, Aug 6, -"" IGl9. ". Ji1 - fcwCa"-- " .""ly-MY-ttr- DAIN MOVBR. 30,000 Voices! And Many Are The Voices Of Lancaster IIIIIH illH ellH iIIb bIIIIIh People. Your account is due. We need the money. Please settle now. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. iffiiillfiJSMliiJsmlil'iiilffl To My Friends IN Thirty thousand voices What a grand 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 friends, They tell it in the home papers. Lancaster people are in this chorus. Here's a Lancaster case. C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard St., 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 normal " Mr. Brummett is only one of many 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 remed- yask distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mr. Brummett had the remedy backed by home testimony, 50c ire all stores. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Props,, Buffalo, N. Y. "When Your Back is Lame Remember the Name." AND FARM I ARM Valuable Personalty At Public Sale ToThe Highest Bi dder PUEAOHERSV1LLK. Miss Ruby Cress is in. Monticello visiting Miss Lela Cress. Master Joe Cress is in Cincinnati to attend the Cress family reunion. Regular services at the Methodist church Saturday night and Sunday and Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Gastineau, of Point Leavell, visited John B. Anderson and family. Miss Lawrence, of Farmdale, was the week end guest of Misses Ella and Dora Blankenship Mrs. Marinda Blankenship and daughter, Miss Ella, visited Brodhead relatives last week. Master Milton Mahan, of Williamsburg, has been visiting his aunt Mrs. Wm. Smith at White's Mill. Misses Girvan and Power are holding services at White's school house nightly. They drive over from Lancaster. Ground was broken last week for our school building. Mr. J. A. Allen, of Stanford has the contract for its Garrard County. I am back home "again for As Executrix of Nixon Perkins, Deceased, I will sell to the highest bidder on a while, after a seven months tour through the South dies. advertising My and a selling my Indian Thursday, September 4, '13 sale beginning promptly at 10 o'clock, the farm, crops and all stock and farming implements. Sale held on the premises. The farm contains 340 acres with a beautiful dwelling and modern in good repair, loconveniences, with all necessary cated near Marksbury in Garrard county on the Lancaster, Nicholasville and Lexington turnpike road, six miles from Lancaster and eight miles from Danville. The site upon which the dwelling is located is attractive and all the surroundings are beautiful, and the farm is ideal for residence purposes. out-buildin- gs Reme- trip was great success, selling more medicine,doing more The North advertising and getting better results than ever. I am getting hundreds of letters, testimonials and praises from all over the United States in regard to my remedies. My remedies are all on sale and always will be at J. E. Stormes, and R. E. McRoberts & Son, DAKOTA JACK, Western Cow Boy. Lancaster, Ky. Henry Lunsford and Miss Mary Ellen Anderson eloped to Jeffersonville and wera married last week. They will locate in Indiana. Mr. William Barnes conducted religious services at the home of John Richardson Saturday night. A big crowd was present, Mr. Richard Dyehouse went tL to Js Chesterfield 111., to be at the bedside of his sister, Mrs. William Shaw, who is not expected to live. Word from Corbin says both Mr. John Bell and wife are sick. He is threatened with typhoid fever and Mrs. Bell is threatened with blood poisoning. A good mare belonging toFado Parks Hk jlB StS tf 3 y was found with a No. 16 wire securely tied on her leg with as perfect a knot as if tied by hand. By hard work the and Roofs put on twenty-si- x years ago are as good as new wire was removed and the mare is have never needed repairs. What is the result? Why practically getting well. every other shingle manufacturer is trying to imitate it, so be not deceived look for the words "Cortright Reg. U. S. Pat Off." embossed on the Mr. D. M. Anderson was elected corrugation. It is put there for your protection. Accept no substitute. trustee Saturday afternoon at our school election. This is a good selection. For Sale by Only a light vote polled as the county Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street, primary seemed of more interest and Philadelphia, Pa. our school election was not a tax proposition this time. Mrs. F. F. Cummins and children and 3CZZIC 1L 1L 1L her father, Mr. John Anderson, who have been visiting relatives here returned to Florida Saturday. Col. Anderson gave the writer a most cordial invitation to visit him this winter and we hope to be able to do so and see the biggest time ever. making my name famous all Indian Herbs over the United States, for Blood, Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver Stomach, nervous and female troubles. A 45 days treatment $1.00. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment for all pain and deafness price 25 cts per pottle. Dakota Jack's Creme Soap for human skin, shaving, shampooing and bath 3 cakes 25 cts. Pursley's Indian Herbs Pursley's that's Designed and Patented in 1887 The Standard We unhesitatingly assert that there is no more beautiful and fertile farm of 340 acres in all the blue grass region of Kentucky, nor a farm of this size with less waste land nor any one adapted to more profitable farming purposes. Every acre of the 340 acres is hemp and tobacco land and there is a large tobacco barn on the farm. 130 acres in meadow and the remainder in cultivation. The farm is especially adapted to Ever Since y, Mi)rtigira?B stock raising on account of the abundance of water on all parts Of the farm furnished by seven never failing springs. The soil is the true blue grass kind, which makes stock raising profitable. The farm is improved with barns, which are supplied with water for the purposes of handling stock. :c There are two comfortable tenant houses on the farm and farm labor can be acquired at all times in this locality. The purchaser of this farm can truthfully assert that there is no better in the State of Kentucky. The following is a partial list of the personal property: 4 Good Work Mules, 4 brood mares, 4 mule colts, 1 three year old gelding, 1 two year old filly by Rex Hilton, 23 head of two year old cattle, 4 head of yearling cattle, 4 milk cows and calves, 8 brood sows 2 sows and pigs, 1 Poland China Boar hog, and 40 shoats. FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Have You Visited The (in Suffered Eczema Fifty Years Now Well skin-disea- ILL Parlors at the ICE PLANT Open On Sunday ???? 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 OINTMENT has proven a perfect cure. Mrs. D. L. Kenney writes:-- "! can not sufficiently express my thanks to you for your Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment, It has cured my tetter, which has troubled me for over fifty years.' All druggists, or by mail 50c, PFEIFFER CHEMICAL CO. St, Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa. 1-- m 2 two horse wagons, 1 roller, 1 wheat drill, 1 binder, 1 mower, 1 double cutting harrow, 2 smoothing, harrows, 1 cultivator, 1 two horse rake, 1 one horse rake, and 2 Oliver plows. There will also be sold a lot of household and kitchen furniture and many other things too numerous to mention. or runner information call on Terms made known on day of sale- - Dinner servea on me grounds. E. W. Perkins, Lancaster, Ky. Or MRS BELLE PERKINS,J EXECUTRIX. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. MARKSBURY, KENTUCKY. . School McRoberts LANCASTER Books Drug OUR PLAN of selling Direct to You enables us to save you One-Thir- d His Military Record. His name does not appear on the pension rolls, and If he had any mill-ttr- y experience it must;, have been when he was married, as I understood he had a military wedding, tho girl's father standing between him and the door holding a large army musket while the marriage ceremony was being performed. Exchange. Qulot Influence In Home. A lighted lamp is a very email thing, it burns calmly and without noise, yet it giveth light to ail who are la the house. And bo' there is a quiet Influence which, like the flame of a scented lamp. Alls many a home with light and frgrance. M'Cheyne. The Best Tain Killer. We are headpuarters for School Books and all School supplies. rn ioune-na- i TtTpI ex-de- - the cost you would '&&& Pecfc to Pav or sucn signs as ours. and Every Evening HE Store. Our Monuments are Exclusive They are designed by artists of ahilitv ortoA Knisnn e the greatest skill and executed with faithful attention to 1 HE 3CZDEHCZ1E DC 1Z Schulz's Cut Flowers All Orders Filled Promptly. COLORED SKu.?I0NEY Blamjne the monuments on arrival and if and Floral Designs. Lancaster, Kentucky. Give us a Trial. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. : Bucklen's Arnica Salve when applied to a cut, bruise, sprain, burn or scald, or other injury of the skin will immedi ately remove all pain. E. E. Chamber-Iai- n of Clinton, Mo says: "It'robscuts and other injuries of their terrors. As a healing remedy its equal don't exist." Will do good for you. Only 25c at JR. E. McRoberts & Son. safe arrival. fFarantee rMJ&W0nand Price is what theirwork coats fa,le5? e S!if ?thmg nearest depot. your This is Just What we Offer. AUGUST 28th, 29th and 30th, '13 W. H. Harris, President. Write for our beautifully illustrated catalog of exclusive designs. - Jerry Doty, Secretary Consumers' Monument Company, BaU Ground, Georgia.. 'V5 .j -- . t' fKft taritfftl fieowli.Pr!d4y..Augfi, Mothers! Have Your Children Worms. I i.l& '-' "tL '.'! HUU. VALUE OF RHEUMA FROM THE COURT MSOCACE AT OUR EXPENSE , THE jj x 1 X X Q 3 a K weltering Public I b! x X 0 Can get relief at the FAMOUS 6rab Orchard Springs PLEASURE, HEALTH and REST RESORT. jj X X Are they feverish, restless, t nervous. Irritable, dizzy or constipated? Do they eon tinually pick their nose or grind their teeth? Have they cramping pains, irregular and ravenous appetite? These are all signs of worms. Worms not 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 happy and healthy, as nature intended. All druggist or by mail, 25c, Kickapoo Indian Medicine Company Philadelphia, Pa. St Louis, Mo Crab Orchard, Ky. Judge Barhorot Was Relieved OF matism Bfter Dyctors Failed. Rheu Money Back for any case of Rheumatism, Neuralgia orHeadache Solace Fails To YirivftwiiNii thai If you have tried many other I and doctors' treatmenta for Rheu- matism and found they failed, do not De skeptical about trying khcuma. Read the testimony of Judge John Bar-horofFort Loramie, O. '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." Such testimony should be convincing 50 sents of R. E. McRoberts st Remove. ihi ,uu RATES$8. $10. and $12. a week: p Jno, S. Robinson, Pres. J. B. Willis, Secty-Trea- s. !socoo!oo occcooooi REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee and save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, or Stock Certifimis- Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless ery and legal expense. trouble, Put your valuable papers in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company I THE NATIONAL BANK "OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. K. DENNY, Surplus Vice $30,000. The crowd at Crab Orchard is increasing, almost every space is filled. The place has never known such a sea son, it seems that people whom you have met years after years are still coming back, while each train brings those whom you have never heard of before. The many entertainments for the guests is one of the attractions. The masked ball each month is much enjoyed by all. The costuming on last Tuesday evening was a scene of beauty displaying gowns which you would see in the cities, and was a very great success, the prizes being awarded to Mrs. Ballard of Bryantsville and Mrs. Lan-ha- n of Louisville, representing twins. Dr, McCord from Lebanon, a "black mammy" receiving the gentleman's prize. The childrens prize going to little Miss Dorothy Banks ol New Orleans and Master Lanham of Louisville. The Spanish costume worn by Mrs. Porter of Ga. was much admired and very becoming to her brunette beauty. Also Miss Higgins, representing the "french maid" was greatly admired, carrying out her part as no other could do, her charge being the "grat big beautiful doll", which made much mirth for the ball room. Billie Burton and Jake Robinson are at home again. They bid the crowd a sad good-byand when the shades of evening fall, on the they are seen appearing grounds, shaking hands as if they had not been right here all summer. Among some of the latest arrivals, are found. Banks Hudson & family Danville, Mrs. Howard Neals and Mrs. Thompson, Richmond, R. L. Elkin & wife Lancaster, Mrs. Gordon Parrish Richmond, J. S. Darnell & family Frank fort, H. E. Werner Winchester, J. H Letcher and wife Danville, Miss Rose Ruckner Lebanon, Jim Phillipps Leb anon. M. C. Wells. e, MT. HEISUON Crops are looking much better since the recent rains. Mr. Ray Spivey of Kokomo Ind. is here with homefolks. Mr. W. L. Grow delivered Friday to Mr. Sam Speaks twin jersey calves, price $26.50. Mr. Isaac Montgomery, while working at Lock No. 8 got a finger badly mashed last Tuesday. Mr. J. I. Crawford returned Wednes day from a visit to his father's, at his boyhood home in Tenn. Mr. U. 0. Montgomery sold a nice harness mare to Dr. Rose at Bryantsville Saturday for $210. Messrs M. L. and J. J. Montgomery returned Saturday from Ravenwood Mo. after spending several months there. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hamilton of Hamilton Valley were with their parents Mr and Mrs. Montgomery Saturday night and Sunday and were accompanied home by Miss Amy Montgomery who will spend a few weeks with them. SOLACE REMEDY is a recent mediGerman Scientists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals and Purifies the Blood.- - It is easy to take, and will not affect the weakest stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Law to be absolutely free from opiates or harmful drugs of any description SOLACE is a pure specific in every way, and has been proven beyond question to be the surest and quickest remedy for Uric Acid Troubles known to medical scfence, no matter how long standing. It reaches and removes the root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek are the Sole U. S. Agents and have thousands of voluntary testimonial letters which have been received from grateful people SOLACE has restored to health. Testimonial letters, literature and FREE BOX sent upon cal discovery of three '' know " Pag & ' Lancaster has one of the .BEST EQUIPPED Bottling1 South of the Ohio River. Works R. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote the Solace Company as follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose $1. This remedy has been used by some friends of mine here and I must say its action was wonderful. (Signed) R. L. Morris. Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY TAKING SOLACE. "No Special Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST SOLACE ALONE does the work. Write today for the free box, etc. SOLACE REMEDY CO., Battle Creek Mich. . Kentucky Fair Dates. That all of the water bottled by our plant is distilled first, therefore it is absolutely pure. That all of our drinks are bottled in clear bottles. That we have one of the most complete and might also add the most expensive washing outfits it is possible to 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-another drinks bottled by us and see that the name is on the bottle and crown. d Mint-finl- H fl Sanitaru Rnttlinrr MIIMIIIIU llllllllll On - DO TYPEWRITER USERS REALIZE how much time is lost through needless hand adjustments on the ordinary machines? Commissioner's Sale Of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. David Burdett, By etc et al, Plaintiffs, The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1913 as far as reported. Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates: .yH realize, for example, how much time is lost in ordinary letter writing by the hand adjustments of the carriage necessary to write the date, the address, indent the paragraphs, write "yours truly" and address the envelopes? President J. R. T. EMBRV, E. STOKMES, Prea't. Hook-Keepe- Ministei Praises This Laxative. Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. GlLI., Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. 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 nohome shou.d be without them." No better regulator for the liver and bowels. Try .them. Every pill guaranteed. Price 25c. at R. E. McRoberts & Son. MANSE. etu3FK&EsrszrsL3Frms' B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. Rigney, Mrs. Tom Hurt is visiting her er Mrs. R. F. Parsons. moth- J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Book-Keepe- Prest. Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Miss Fay Tudor was the guest of Miss Bettie Miller Sunday. Miss Nellie Beazley was the guest of Miss Geogia Dillon Sunday. ORGANISED 1SS3. "We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. lpipSMSli Don't Buy a Wagon Until Yon Have Seen the Golumbus Before you decide on any wagon, examine the Columbus. Strongly built of the best possible material the Columbus wagon gives the most satisfactory service for the longest period of years. There is no secret in the notedly long life of the Columbus wagon. It is the result of the methods employed in construction. There is no wood in th.v.wagon which has not been under shelter from one to two years. The axles and the spokes of the wheels are hickory; the hounds, bolsters and sandboards are oak, and the bottom of the box is straight grained flawless pine. These are just a few examples of the care which is taken to make this wagon as reliable as possible. The result is that the Columbus wagon is unbeatable in reliability and endurance. Come in and examine it for yourself. We know you will be pleased. air-dri- ed -- Mrs Chas. Graves was the guest of Mrs Mary Hammack Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Ross of 111,, is visiting his mother Mrs. Amelia Ross. Mrs. Burnam Ledford who has been visiting her mother has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Gastineau were the guests of their mother Mrs. John Naylor Sunday. Mrs. Henry Conn from Point Leavell visited her mother Mrs C. W. Graves last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Conn and chil dren of Lancaster visited her mother Mrs. Amelia Ross, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bogh of Stan ford were the pleasant guests of their aunt, Mrs Mollie Gastineau last week. Rev Holder and Rev Bell from Lex ington are holding a revival at Leavel Green this week. Every one try and go. Mrs Sam Fields of Fleming Co. who has been visiting her mother and other relatives for some time has returned home. Mis3 Mary Fields from Fleming Co., entertaiied a number of little girls very delightfully at the home of her uncle, Mr. E. G. Hammack, on last Sunday. Those to partake of the hos pitality of the gracious young hostess were: Misses ZeliaDilIon, Ray Beazley, Hattie McQuerry, OUie Ball and Stella McQuerry. Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, Aug, VS. Bessie Davidson, et al, Defendants. 11 6 days. days. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at Mt. Vernon, Aug, the June Term, 1913, the undersigned Winchester, Aug, days. Commissioner will sell at public aucBerea July 30- -3 days. tion before the Court House Tlnnr in rem Creek (Buechel), Aug, 124 Lancaster. Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or days mereaDouis, on Leitchfield, Aug 123 days. MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1913, Henderson, Aug, 125 days. it being the first day of the Garrard Broadbead, Aug, 133 days. County court term, the real estate menPerryville, Aug, 133 days. tioned in the pleadings and described as follows. Vanceburg, Aug. 134 days. Said land is in Garrard County, KenHardinsburg, Aug. 193 days. tucky, on the Lexington pike about 4 Lawrenceburg, Aug, 194 days. miles North of Lancaster and bounded Shepherdsville, Aug. 194 days. as follows: Beginning at a corner of C. A. Robinson's hog lot; thence North Columbia, Aug. 19 1 days. about 100 yards to the middle of the Erl anger, Aug. 204 days. Nicholasville, Danville and Lancaster Stanford, Aug. 203 days. turnpike road, (called above Lexington Ewing, Aug. 21 3 days. pike); thence East with the middle of Eminence, Aug, 213 days. the pike about 125 yards; thence South about 100 yards with Kemper line to Elizabethtown, Aug. 263 days. the point of beginning, containing Shelbyville, Aug. 264 days. about 1 acre of land more or less, beLondon, Aug. 264 days. ing in the shape of a triangle and the Nicholasville, Aug. 263 days. same land conveyed to D. P. Burdett by J. B. Kemper by deed dated FebruFlorence, Aug. 274 day3. ary 12, 1906 and recorded in the Clerks Germantown, Aug. 274 days. office of the Garrard County Court in days Paris, Sept. Deed Book 21, page 459. Alexandria, Sept. days. The purpose of this sale is to divide days. Fulton, Sept. the proceeds arising therefrom among the parties herein and named in the days. Frankfort, Sept. petition as their rights may appear. days. Somerset. Sept. TERMS. days. Bardstown, Sept. The sale will be made on a credit of drys. Barboursville, Sept. six months, and the purchaser will be days. Tomkinsville, Sept. required to execute bond, with apdays. Franklin, Sept. proved security, for the purchase price, due in six months, bearing six Hodgenville, Sept. days. per cent interest per annum from date days. Monticello, Sept. until paid, each having the force and Morgantown, Sept. 113 davs. effect of a judgment, upon which exeFalmouth, Sept 10 1 days. cution may issue, payable to W. H. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will Sept. 156 days. be reserved upon all the property sold Scottsville, Sept. 18- -3 days. until all the purchase money is paid. Horse Cave, Sept. 2i 4 days. W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. Bowling Green, Sept. 244 days. L. L. Walker, Attorney for Plaintiffs. Adairville, Sept. 253 days. Paducah, Sept. 304 days. Glasgow, Oct. days. Murray, Oct. days. Elkton, Oct 2- -3 days. Hopkinsville, Oct days. Mayfield, Oct, days. 63 63 ,, Jfit-L-- - 1 LRf "W.SBimartTYCTrttCT K,Q ) absolutely. A single touch on one of the SELECTOR KEYS brings the carriage instantly to the exact point on every line where the writing is to be done. 'THE COLUMN SELECTOR of the Model 10 REMINGTON eliminates these hand adjustments 25 25 25 24 24 34 33 34 43 93 94 Visible Models 10 and 11 Illustrated booklet sent on request Remington REMINGTON Typewriter Typewriter Company (Incorporated) And this is only one of the many labor saving features of the 11 134 South Ave. Louisville, Ky. 14 14 Kentucky State Fair SEPTEMBER 15 to 20, 1913 The Kentucky State Fair will offer to the farmers and livestock exhibitors an opportunity to exhibit the best products of their farms and best specimens of livestock and to the women an opportunity to display their handiwork and cookery at the 1913 Fair, for which liberal premiums are offered. 84 66 Official Directory Of Garrard County. Circuit Judge "on. Cuaries A. Hardiu. Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emmet Pur-yea- Circuit Clerk William B.Mason. Master Commissioner W. H. Brown. Trustee Jury Fnnd BenJ. F. Robinson. Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby Mason. 30,000 in Premiums J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director 6-B- County Judge A. D. Ford. County Attorney J. K. Robinson. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tomlinson. Coroner J, A. Jones. Sheriff George T. Ballard. Deputy SLeriff C. A. Robinson. Superintendant of Schools Miss Jennie COLLEGE M1LLERSBURG gles. , FEMALE Assessor W. S. Carrier. Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. MILLERSBURG, KY Jailer Jack Adams. Home School For Girls. Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. An Attractive Treasurer B. F. Hudson. MAGISTRATES. Pupils are surrounded with an atmosphere of culture, wholesome fellowship J. P. Bourne 1st, DIst. 2nd, Dist. and safe religious environment. New Logan Ison 3rd, DIst. Harrison Ray buildings combining all modern conven- James Coldiron 4tb, DIst. IG DAYS-- 6 Retail J. Bailroal Bates For Information. Entry Blanks, Catalog. Etc, address L. DENT, Secretary, LOUISVILLE Hig- 705 PAUL JONES BUILDING and Embalmer Office Phone 3. Residence Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. n Becker Ballard &-C- o. Bryantsville, Ky. iences. "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 ses sion for the lack of room to accommo date them. Expenses for board, tuition, etc. lower than other schools of like grade. Send for catalog and engage a room early. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. Millersburg, Ky. Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES H9p CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N COCNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Cronley Broaddus. 1st. Dist. R.D. MoMnrtrj, 2nd. DIst. J. Hendren. 3rd. DIst. Thomas P. King, 4th. DIst. O. CITY OF LANCASTER. II. T. Logan. . Phoenix Hotel J. M. SKAIN, Mgr. Mayor City Judge E.W. Harris. Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky City Attorney R. H. Tomlinson. City ClTk II. K. Herndon. Better Than The Best, No Higher City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer D. A. Thomas. Than The Rest. Chief Pelice L. E. Herron. COUNCILMEN. Distilled, Filtered Drinking Water, H. C. Hamilton. Parker Gregory. B.F. Walter. W. M. Zanone. KENTUCKY LEXINGTON. Q 8. Greenleaf. Wm. Herndon. The Cowloj Herlilot ORIGINATOR Or CXETEUE BEHESIES SCIEHCE according- to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-MooThe Ccv-ho- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the Great SCIENCE SOPE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Compounded COM-CEL-SA-B, n, Body-Ton- ic USUI S3'E Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky i T" Page 6 i The Central Record, Friday, Aug 8, 1913. CONTEST. MAKE IT A WHIRLWIND I Continued froth Page 1. another, It is not considered a New Subscriber and votes will be issued on it as if it were an old subscription, A FEW SUGGESTIONS. START TRIFLE! It is nqyoo late to enter the contest. Now, Will b'e given on all subscriptions, old and new, turned in between the dates of Frtday, August 8th and Thursday. August 2 I st at 2 p. m. In addition to this big offer, 5,000 Extra Votes will be given on every dollars worth of NEW Subscriptions turned in before 2 p. m. Aug 4. 1 VOTES that you have the opportunity of securing so many extra votes, is the time for you to get busy on your campaign. Fill out the nomination blank and send to the Contest Manager, Central Jtecord, Lancaster, Ky., printed matter and full instructions will then be sent you. Why Don't k ) Try2 f mmmmmmmmmn '"' Iv'v wSj Hvh!! This Pony and Outfit is Now for a few suggestions as to your plan of campaign. Never neglect to see anyone personally. If you have reason to believe that they have not already pledged their votes. Some times the prospects which appear the most improbable plan out the best. When you have your prospect secured get him or her to put you on the track of another or more unpledged prospects. The result will be that your votes will accumulate more and more daily and increase in volume. Again, don't be afraid to advertise the fact that you are a candidate, here ther? and everywhere throughout the length and breadth of this part of Kentucky. Tell everybody you meet the glad tidings and impress upon them the fact that you are in the race for one reason only that is to win. will be surprised how the You magnetism of your enthusiasm will persuade others. Even the most callous cannot fail to accord a certain amount of admiration to the plucky competitor. After you have left, it is quite as likely as not that the recipient of your most recent heart to heart talk will tell his friends something like this: "Friends, if you haven't promised your votes to anyone yet, I have a friend who deserves to win so give her the votes." That's the sort of an impression to leave behind. Again don't hesitate to ask for the biggest subscription at the outset, Worth Trying For. You are invited to call and see this valu- - ble outfit. GRAND PRIZE. "t -Z "t -- Hfc & SS f'c Eliza A. Creech, et al. Defendants. 1'uiisUant to a judgment rendered herein at the June Term, 1913, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction on the premises of the property which ib hereinafter described, same being near Wallaieton and on l'aint Lick Creek in Garratd County, Ky., ut 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 1C, 191X the real estate mentioned in the pleadings, and described as follows, The whole boundary being described herein, but there is to be deducted forth. Until further notice no contestant from same one third in quanity, quality aiid value, which will be cut off by will be allowed to poll more than a Commissioners before the date of sale sufficient number of votes to place herein and a survev of the land sold on said date will be had in metes and them standing 10,000 votes in advance bounds, and same will show the land of the leader of the preceding issue. otr of whole boundaries and the Re cut sold. the No member of the force of the land The whole boundary is in cord or any member of their families three tracts. Tract 1. Beginning at a water gate will be allowed to enter the contest. No votes sold for money or other between A. J. Kidd and W. F. Kidd on Paint Lick Creek in Garrard County, considerations, but must be clipped Ky.. thence down and with the mean from the Record or secured on sub- ders of said creek to the conditional scriptions. Vote ballots issued on line between A. J. Kidd and Gaorge A. subscriptions unless accompanied by Ballard; thence with said line to the Gates line and with the line cash and for no less than a year's sub- down the creek to corner on GatesBank, East scription. corner to the Gates heirs and Margaret Any district that may have only four Parks; thence with said Parks line, to active candidates running at the dis- a new corner between A. J. Kidd and W. F. Kidd; thence with new line cretion of the contest manager may made between them with aa rail fence in to a wire fence to a corner at a plank be combined with one closest to voting strength and contestants from fence between A. J. Kidd and W. F. said district 'added to the one with Kidd, in the Anderson line; thence with the said fence and line between whom it is merged. A. J. Kidd and W. F. Kidd to the beA Ballot Box for votes and nomina- ginning, containing about 81 acres. tions has been placed in the office of Tract 2. Beginning at a fence in the Record or the votes may be mailed the middle of the County Road corner to Margaret Parks land; thence S 13J direct to the contest manager. E. 227 feet S 21 E 300' feet S 13J E WHO MAY ENTER. Vote3 are positively not transferable. 420 feet S 52 E 478 feet to a point in Any white person of good character, They cannot be bought, but must be the middle of the said road, corner to residing in this section of Kentucky, is clipped from the paper or secured on W. F. Kidd and G. A. Ballard; thence JN 5 eligible to enter. It does not cost any- subscriptions. ii with land of A. J. Kidd to a new corner to line between W. F. Kidd thing to pnter or trv for thp nri7.es. Three business men from this city and G. A. Ballard; thence 19 W 185G The nomination blank counts 1,000 will be selected as judges and they feet more or less to a new corner line votes for the candidate so nominated. will havp exclusive control of the Bal- between G. A. Ballard and Margaret The prizes will be given to those se lot Box on the last day of voting, and Parks, line; thence S 69 W Parks line to the beginning, containing 69 acres curing the most votes and votes may after a canvass of the votes, declare more or less. be clipped from the paper or secured the winners. The decision of the board Tract 3 In Madison County, Ky., on subscriptions. The ballots which of judges will be final and will admit Beginning at a corner near the gate on the West side of the pike; thence with appear in each issue of the Record are no appeal. West side of the pike to G. A. good for 100 votes each, if voted bemust enter from the the Contestants Ballard's line; thence with Ballard's fore date of expiration printed on the district which they live. The contest line and fence to Paint Lick creek; coupon. The vote ballots issued on manager to decide any question re- thence up said creek with its meanders subscriptions according to the length garding the proper districting of can- to a water gap between A. J. and W. fence, of the subscriptions as shown else- didates. Candidates moving from dis- F. Kidd; thence with the lineto the be- a new line between said Kidds in this issue. Under the con- trict to another after they have been ginning, containing 7 acres more or where test arrangement, you need only to nominated will be retained from the less. The purpose of this sale i3 to settle compete against the contestants in district in which first nominated. the estate of Jonathan Creech, deceasyour own district for any of the disNominations may be made at any ed, and divide the proceeds arising trict prizes. time during the contest. The contest therefrom among the parties entitled There will be at least four prizes manager reserves the right to reject to receive the same. TERMS. awarded to each district. Contestants any nomination or application at his The sale will be made on a credit of and their friends are not confined to discretion. six and twelve months and the purtheir own district in securing subscripIf there is anything regarding the chaser will be required to execute tions, but may secure subscriptions contest that is net fully understood by bond with approved security for the from anyone, anywhere in the postal prospective candidates or their frisnds purchase price, due in six and twelve union. they are invited to call at the contest months, bearing six per cent interest per annum from date until paid, each department or write the contest mamv judgthe How Votes Are Secured. ger and the matter will be explaired having upon force and effect of a issue, ment, which execution may payable to W. H. Brown, Master ComVotes may be secured in two ways in detail. Garrard Circuit Court, Address all nominations, votes and missioner of thebe reserved upon all couwhich are as follows: 1st. A vote and a lien will communications to the Contest Man' the property sold until all the purchase pon appears in each issue of the Cenmoney is paid. tral Record and this coupon when prop- ager, care Record, Lancaster, Ky. W. H. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. erly filled out with the name of the (Continued on Page 8) Wm. Herndon, Att'y for Plffs. candidate is good for 100 votes for the person so nominated. Get, your friends to save the votes for you. 2nd. Tne second, which is by far the quickest and best way is to get your friends to FOR THE HAIR subscribe to the Record. With each subscription to the Record is given a If your hair is too dry brittle colorVote Ballot good for a certain number less thin stringy or falling out use of votes according to the length of the Parisian Sage now at once. It stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair subscription. These votes are good at any time up to the close of the contest of dust and excessive oils, removes dandmakes the application, and may be polled and published when- ruff with one beautiful and fluffy soft hair doubly ever the contestant chooses. The abundant. Try a 50c bottle nomination blank counts for l.OOOvotes It will not only save your hair and make for the candidates so nominated. it grow, but give it the beauty you desire. Nominations and votes may be placed R. E.fMcRobert3 & Son. in the Ballot Box which is to be found at the Reccrd Office, or they may be mailed direct to the Contest Manager. to-w- it: pass final judgment on any question which may arise. Candidates compete only against the contestants living in the same district as themselves for the district prizes. The contest manager reserves the right to make any changes or altera tions in the rules and conditions that may be necessary to the best interests of the contest. No promise or agreement, either written or verbal, made by agents, so licitors or representatives, other than those published in the Central Record will be recognized. The rules and conditions given here are to govern the contest of the Central Record, and all candidates entering the contest agree to be governed by the rules and conditions as here set Commissioner's Sale of Land. UAKRAKD CIRCUIT COURT. John B. Creech, et al VS. Plaintiffs, . i. PARISIAN SAGE INSURE Your Against TOBACCO HAIL FILL OUT TfflS BLANK and mail or bring it to the Contest RECORD, Lancaster, Ky. Manager, THE CENTRAL Nominational Blank, Good For 1,000 Votes. I nominate M Address , Cam- as a candidate in THE CENTRAL. RECORD Great Prize paign. My name is -- The District prizes are on display for inspection at the well known Jewelry store of Morrow & McRob-ert- DIVISION OF DISTRICTS. District No. 1 includes all of the city L.&N. s. ... , , 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. Contestants and their friends are invited to call and see them. After you have ssen them you will then know they are worth working for. 100 VOTES 100 Address all nominations and communications to the Good for 100 votes for the contestant named be- low if brought or sent to the Contest Department, care The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., before the date hereon expires. M. Post Office. Not good after August 15th Contest Manager Central Recrd: Kentucky Lancaster, c-- o .Dist. of Lancaster. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. District No. 2 includes all of Garrard Arrive. county excepting the city of Lancaster. No 10; 5:00 a. m. District No. 3. includes all the terri tory covered by the Central Record and To Maysville, connecting at Richmond not heretofore mention in Districts 1. with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexingand 2. & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & HOW PRIZES WILL BE DISTRIBUTED. ton Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. The Capital Prize, the beautiful Pony No 71; 8:35 a. m. and outfit, will be given to the conTo Rowland & Stanford connecting testant who secures the greatest num- at Rowland, L & N to all points South. ber of votes in the entire contest. No 28; 11:04 a. m. The contestant standing highest in To Richmond, connecting with L & the capital prize each district after has been awarded will be given a beau- N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. tiful Diamond Ring. No 70; 11:50 a. m. The contestant standing second highest in each district after the capital To Richmond, connecting with fast prize has been awarded will be given a train to Cincinnati. Elgin watch. No 27; 2:09 p. m. The contestant standing third highTo Louisville, connecting at Lebanon est in etch district after the capital Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling prize has been awarded will be given a Green, and at Bardstown Junction to beautiful Ruby Ring. Bardstown & Springfield. The contestant standing fourth highNo 9; 8:42 p. m. est in each district after the capital To Stanford, connecting with fast prize has been awarded will be given a train to Bristol & Atlanta. GenuineJCut Glass Fruit Bowl. The district prizes have arrived and tounty Court Days. are on display at the jewelry store of Richmond, 1st. Monday. Morrow & McRoberts and contestants Paris, 1st, Monday. and their friends are invited to call and Frankfort, 1st. Monday. inspect same. These district prizes Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. were purchased from this reliable firm Lexington, 2nd. Monday. and are guaranteed to be up with the Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. standard. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Information, Rules, Etc. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. The contest is open to everyone Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. men and women, boy3 and girls possML Sterling, 3rd. Monday. essing good character, residing within Somerset, 3rd. Monday. the limits of the territory of' the conGeorgetown, 3rd. Monday. test. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Candidates and their friends may seWinchester, 4th. Monday. cure subscriptions anywhere. Monticello. 4th. Monday. The contest manager reserves the J right to reject any Versailles, 4th. Monday. candidate and to d. STORM with Fred P Frisbie Office Citizens National Bank. nT syjuyp J. Mvmt wis nm RICHMOND. KY. A Training School for Teachers Bcnooia m niunef.BevmoatiKBooi. Miuiif pwtleeMbooL departments nuuKnuiif eqaipped well FlrUTermbeglaaSep. Dometl 9c1en rnMiutanu Is- - TWrt Term Jaaurr Imtr9. Second Terra Vomilwr li, rr. roarta Term April T, Simmer ScWl tpui CaUlocatFrM. CrMleftdhiff t Drmmtary InUiiMilUUihl Life fttai Cer TalU la nil FnNV: tineas. ex KentBcty. Speclnl CNnn and Coarse. Tuition T to A p-BoUt. TvainWaJMifar. &! Jul nrlcltr, O. CRABBB, Pmldent. j POSTED The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law. Huntera and. Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price i & :' - -- '" T" ! "f tt &. .l -- :.s-L.- y 7X. . '- - ''I The Central Record, Friday, Aug 8, 1913". tge? t v-- s V. IT I 1 I I ct 3 "x-- -- x a: iwr s-- FOR OUR FALL TOCK. Which means we must make room as we are expecting to carry the largest stock we have ever shown, i ffir y i i i i t . m 1 Every Spring and Summer Article in our store can be bought at a most reasonable figure. THEREFORE ji I I ! i I I I .1 'V a I. i The JOSEPH ME RCANTILE CO The place where you can always get youmoneys worth. House of Quality. I I 1 i 1 We Write Anv Kind of (Gossip About 1 A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goingi by Those Wt Are Interested In. Jj months with her is now with daughte-i- s in Missouri her daughter Mrs. r. R. his wife here for a visit to his Parker Gregory-M- and Mrs. John E. Storms motored to Lexington Tuesday. ; Office at National Bank. i r, Master Russell Sanford is visiting friends in Lexington this week. BEAZLEY & COLLIER KyPhone Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, 27. q Miss Rella Arnold was a visitor to friends in Stanford. ant visitor recent Mr. Joe Wheeler of Nina was a pleasin Lancaster Saturday. Dr. James B. Kinnaird and son John were visitors in Versailles Tuesday. Green Clay Walker is making a recuperative stay at Crab Orchard Springs. Miss Allie Yantis is in Stanford visiting her cousin Miss Lottie Carson. Miss Cordelia Hamilton has returned from a stay at Crab Orchard Springs. PI n -- JIZZHCZ 3C 3C iwiil(l iff ity;3 rc; D Rv sla i Some Beauties. Here are fine New Hose for the woman looking for a "fresh footing." All styles, shades designs, sizes and prices, and here is also a big display of seasonable attractions in all kinds of a OODS Dress Patterns for Summer wear, underclothing, petticoats, lingerie, laces, flowers, feathers, ornaments, notions every thing well calculated to interest the fair sex, and as an additional inducement, all at BARGAIN PRICES. U R. S. c Brown, Lancaster, Ky, c zdi : cQ 31 3C m$mm fa m&wmw& ayivKirr m Ihomb. uomi3 How Can Home BE HAPPY when the food is not of the best. Tiy a sack of White Swan Flour and know the joy of eating fine bread, biscuits, cake etc. If all your other food is as good as that baked from 8 s ?j m B i k . WHITE SWAN FLOUR you certainly are to be envied, sure it is White Swan. Otder a sack today and be m is i Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills . i p B l 'qj5litl a iiand some Porch r to your house and in- crease its appearance and comfort fifty per cent. You can easily do it without much expence. Our mill work will provide needed l)i the posts, pillars. Tailings, and in fact everything except a few nails. Any body can put them together. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. . MMWWW a Mr. Thos. Anderson left this week Allie Arnold is making a for a stay of several days at Elixir recuperative stay at Dripping Springs. Springs. Horace L. Walker has returned to Miss Pauline Hocker of Stanford is I ouisville after a visit with his Lan visiting her aunt Mrs. Mattie Duncan. caster relatives. Miss Hope Gordner of Louisville is Mrs. H. B. Arnold and children of the guest of Miss Margaret Letcher Paris speflT several days with her Cook mother Mrs. Belle Austin. Roscoe M. Acton is here for a few Dr. and Mrs. Burdette Ramsey of weeks visit to his father Dr. J. M. Paint Lick have been in Stanford visitActon. ing Mr. and Mrs. John Bright. Mr. Roy White and son of Richmond Misses Angie and Marguerite Kinnaird have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. U. D. will leave in a few days for a visit to Simpson. Mrs. Mary Phillips of Lebanon. Misses Martha and Helen Gill are at L. D. Jennings and wife of Louisville home after a months stay at Chautauqua spent Sunday with the formers sister, New York. Mrs. George Ballard and family. Miss Carolyn Allen of Lagrange is Miss Janie Terril left last week for with her grand-parenMr. and Mrs. an extended visit to her relative Mrs. J. R. Mount. Quincy Gray in Counersville lnd. Mr. Joseph S. Haselden left SaturMr. James Stapp of Lexington was day for North Carolina for an extended the guest Saturday and Sunday of business trip Misses Bessie and Eunice Prather. Mr. W. S. Ferguson left Saturday Mrs. Anna Robinson has returned for his home in Covington, after several from a protracted stay in Florida, days visit here. Georgia, North and South Carolina. Miss Joan Mount is at home after a Miss Rella Arnold will leave Sunda protracted vfsTt to friends in Mt Sterlfor Cincinnati and other cities in search ing and Lagrange. for the new creation in head wear. Mrs. J. Sagercy of Louisville was Mrs. S. H. Anderson, son Harry and here last Sunday the guest of her aunt daughter Mis3 Patsy Anderson are in Mrs. Geo Ballard. Crab Orchard for a recuperative stay. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Arnold came Mrs. Lewis Landram of Danville was Friday from Frankfort for a visit to the guest of her sister Mrs. Clay SutLancaster relatives. ton. Monday and Tuesday of this week. Mrs. Joana Ball is at home from a Mrs. W. R. Gott and children have recent visit to tier daughter Mrs. Bohon returned to their home in Richmond Campbell of Stanford. after a visit to her sister Mrs. L. N. Mrs. S. H. Pollitt and children left Miller. Wednesday for a visit to Mrs. Pollitt's Miss Margaretta Smith who has been mother in Vanceburg. attending Mrs. L. L. Walker returned Mr. Will S. Hopper of the Garrard to her home in Richmond on WednesBank & Trust Co. visited friends in day morning. Harrodsburg last Sunday. Mrs. M. K. Dennv was hostess TuesMr. Richard M. Kelly of Nina has day evening for an enjoyable dinner accepted a good position as stenographer party, in which there were several out for a firm in Tazewell Va. of town guests. Mrs. George Epping of Louisville Mr. and Mrs..T. M. Wilson of Bowl came Sunday for a few weeks stay mg Green came this wee.k for a visit with her niece Mrs. Judge Walker. with Mrs. Wilson's parents Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mount and guest Miss Mrs. J. R. Mount. Sarah Daniels of Paris left Tuesday for Mrs. E. L. Woods and Miss Jennie a stay of three weeks in Ashville, N. C. Higgins left Thursday morning for Lake Chautauqua and Niagra Falls for a W. E. Moss left Wednesday for two weeks vacation. Franklin N. C. where he joined his Mrs. Sarah Land, Mrs. Hiram Purlee family for a stay of 3 weeks with and daughter Miss Eva Purlee of relatives. Indianapolis are guests of Mrs. Emma William E. Walker came from Jellico Daniels and daughters. to "put it under the rooseter", and Mrs. M. H. Mabry and little son remained a few days with friends and who have been with Mr. and Mrs. T. relatives. Price will leave Sunday for a sumMrs Nellie Ballou, son Joseph and J. mer resort in Virginia where Judge daughter Miss Lucile Ballou of StanMabry will join them. ford were guests for several days of Misses Bernie Lear and Patsy Kinnaird Lancaster friends. gave a lawn fete in the large yard Mrs. James I. Hamilton was the adjoining VT A. Lear's residence comrecent hostes for a handsome course plimentary to Miss MargaretMcMurray dinner, the honor guest being Mrs. Fred of Shelby North Carolina. Kemper of Kansas City. Mr. John Mershon of Somerset, Mr. Mrs. W. R.'Cook entertained at her and Mrs. Arthur Hill of Stanford, and suburban home at a C oclock dinner, the guest of honor being Mrs. Myrtle Miss Eloise Beazleyof Jacksonville Florida motored to Lancaster Sunday Brewer of Lebanon. and visited Mr. and Mrs. John Walters. Mr. and Mrs. J." Milton Elliott of Misses Bernie Lear and Margaret Frankfort and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Arnold accompanied Miss MargaretMcElliott of Lexington were guests the past week of Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Murray to Danville where &he took the train for Lexington where she will visit Elliott. before returning to her home in the Reverend and Mrs. J. Rockwell south. Smith entertained at a well appointed Mrs. George D. Robinson, assisted by 6 oclock dinner the out of town guest's Misses Nancy Walker and Edna being Mrs. Myrtle Brewer and daughters Kavanaugh entertained Tuesday in of Lebonon. honor of Mrs. J. C. Hemphill Sr. of Mrs. Sallie Rayburn'who ha3 been Louisville and Mrs. Mabry of Tallahasmaking a protracted stay of several see Fla. Miss ts Ed Doty of Pecos Texas has joined the midnight stroke was heard, the To The Democratic Yoters Of Garrard father. happy juniors took their departure after County. Jacob Y. Robinson left this week for expressing to the pretty young hostess their mo3t heartfelt thanks for a very I express to you my sincere thanks a visit of a few days with friends in enjoyable evening. for your support and confidence in Lebanon. Saturday's Primary. Your honest ami Miss Pearl Bastin has returned to her Catholic Service. true allegiance to me is what gave me home in Lexington after a visit to her Father Yalmer came cown from the nomination; your generosity hs cousin Miss Mamie Bastin. Richmond and held Catholic services at placed me under renewed obligations Miss Lyle Cooper has returned to her the home of Mr. n. Miller on Tuesday to serve you faithfully and remember home in Stanford after a pleasant stay morning for the benefit of the followers you gratefully. Whatever has been said or done against me in the recent with Miss Patsy Kinnaird. of that faith in the county. canvass is forgotton ami forgiven Misses Charlotte Pollett and Jennie and whatever has been said by Former Lancaster People Injured. Cox are at home after a visit to Mrs. me during the canvass that would Wilson Alexander at Hubble. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Heberling of grate upon the feelings of any owe its Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie and grandson Georgetown were painfully injured hereby regretted, retracted and a pubHudson Frisbie are in Danville this last week by an automobile in which lic apology offered. You have selected week visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Price they were riding coming into collision a ticket that should receive the supwith another machine near Georgetown. port of good Democrats and willsecure and attending the fair. We are glad to say their injjries were my cordial support. I have no ax te Misses Mattie, Jane and Mary Walnot serious. These good people will be grind nor sore3 to heal but wiM I&efe ker, accompanied by their cousin Miss many friends after your affairs in a business aw! wellremcmbercd and have Estill Walker are enjoying an outing in Lancaster, Mr. Heberling having at economical way. Let our motto bw at Montreat, North Carolina. one time conducted a greenhouse here. "Sick um tige" and on to victory m The Misses Prather entertained on November. Later on I will discus to Tuesday at a G oclock dinner, the honor Murray. the voters of the county questions of guests being Messrs Jean AIndge of The two year old daughter of Mr. vital and material interest to them oh Kansas City and friend Mr. Paul and Mrs. D. S. Murray died inlTuscola the finances of the 3tate and taxation. Turner. III. and the remains were brought to I cordially invite all voters to come ia Mr. J. Randolph Harris and daughter Lancaster on last Friday for interment and see me and get a drink of ice of Stanford have been spending some in the Lancaster cemetery. Death was water, for I want to sell you good time with Mr. Harris' parents, Judge due to cholera infantum. Mrs. Murry goods at a reasonable profit. Respectfully, and Mrs. E. W. Harris. Randolph has before her marriage was Miss Mattie J. R. Mount. a good position in one of the Stanford Henry, a daughter of the lata James R. banking institutions. Henry, and a sitter of Messrs John and Cap't. A. B. Massey and wife of Dave Henry and Mrs George Anderson nvn W iv 1I1IJ cm iiwv s 1 vnii'i i 1IUU it IK thk VUI.UJ11U i Burnside motored to Lancaster on last of this county. IUUM, Saturday to visit Mrs. E. M. Denny Billy Spealh Arrives. and Mrs. J. W. Boland. Cap't Massey is a prominent business man of Burn-sid- e, W. A. Speath, the tobacco buyer being the General Manager of the of Louisville arrived in Lancaster on Residence on Richmond street for rent Cumberland River Packet Co. Monday. He wa3 accompanied by his immediate possession. Parker Gregory. wife. They took rooms at the Kengarlan The announcement that Miss Lucile where they will remain until the close Eubanks daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. For Sale. M. M. Eubanks of this county and of the present tobacco season. Frank Pearce of Louisville formerly Speath will begin at once a thorough Gl acres on Fall Lick pike near Lanof Garrard had just been united in canvass of the Bluegrass section to caster. Address Sam L. Orand. Wae marriage in JelFersonville, came as a investigate the condition of the grow- Texas. ing crop, and at the proper time will surprise to many of their friends. open and operate his house in Notice. Professor Anderson a member of the faculty of the Ky. Wesleyan College at Your 1012 taxes are long past due ami Winchester conducted the quarterly Spitler Sanatorium Under New Manage must be settled at once. The 1913 tax exercises at the Methohist church Sunbook is now ready to be delivered to me ment. day morning filling the place of Revfor collection and before I receive it erend W. E. Arnold of Danville and Messrs J. Mort Rothwell and Dr. W. 1912 taxes must be paid. preached a fine sermon on Christian J. Edmiston have leased the Spitler L. E. Herron. Marshall Citizenship at the Union service Sun- Sanitarium at Crab Orchard for a long day evening. For Sale. term and gave a formal opening on last Thursday. Tins place has won an Male pigs, Poland China. Spring 1913 On Tuesday evei.ing Mrs. J. R. Mount entertained at a handsome party enviable reputation in the past for the farrow, also, 2 fall 1912 boars, ready for her Mis? Carolyn cure of many troubles to which human for service. All of big type breeding, Allen of Lagrange, Misses Mary Clay flesh is heir, and as Dr. Edmiston has pure bred and subject to pedigree. Williams of Tulsa Oklahoma, and Miss long been intimately associated with Call or write. O. K. Simpson. Helen Young of Maysville. The house it, the good work may be expected to Teatersville, Ky. was artistic in it3 decorations of yellow continue under the new management. Farm For Sale. and green and the yard was aglou with Bourne. Japanese lanterns. Most delicious Two Hundred acre blue grass farm refreshments were served and the guest Miss Nancy Bourne died at th home for sale in high state of cultivation. were loath to take their departure of her brother-in-laMr. Sid Doolin, Well improved with plenty of good after so many hours of social pleasure. near Mt. Hebron on Tuesday and after water. Prices right and term9 easy. Mrs. James Dudderar was hostess funeral services at the grave, by Rev. A bargain if purchased at once. Call Thursday afternoon for a party for her J. Rockwell Smith her renain3 were on or address. S. W. Hager, Bryants-vill- e, Ky. c great nephew little James Thomas interred in the Lancaster cemetery. Miss Bourne had been in declining Yantis of Indianapolis. The hours For Sale. were from 2 to 5. Dainty and inviting health for some time and her death One farm containing 110 acres locat- refreshments of ices, cake and candy, was not unexpected. She was 40 Danville pike three and one were servea the youthful gathering. years of age at the time of her death, ed on the and was a daughter of the late Saw- ' half miles from Nicholasville, Ky. with The following little boys responded to good buildings of all kinds. For iurther the invitations; Charles Bastin, V. A. ney, and Mrs. Sarah Bourne. Besides ' her aged mother, she i3 survived by information address Mrs. E. E. Lear Jr., Robert Lillard Gulley, J. R. ! 729 S. Floyd St. Louisville, Haselden and Duncan Haselden, John two sisters. Mrs. Sid Doolin of the Sanduskv, county and Mrs Parker Jenkins of Ky. William Tinder, Samuel Embry, Robert Bank Stock For Sale. Batson Davidson, Ansel Robinson Lancaster, and by six brothers, Messrs Herndon, Julian Elliott, George D. Merrill, Wesley, Frank, James, Alex of National Ten shares Fourth Robinson, Homer Carrier, L. J. San- and Robert Bourne, all of this county. Columbus, Ga. at one thirty. Blackmar The deceased was a noble christian ford, Louis Haselden, James Beatty woman, she had long been a consistent & Sons, Stock and Bond Brokers. Denny and Leslie Jennings. member of the Baptist church, and Columbus, Georgia. The party given by Miss Helen Robin- the sincere symyathy of a host of Small Blue Grass Farm For Sale son on the evening of the 31st was one friends goe3 out to the family in their Will sell my farm located seven miles in which the Reccrd of the most en joy able affairs participat- beretfreihent, from Lancaster on Richmond pike, two ed in by the junior society set, more than joins. High miles from Paint Lick Church. half a hundred guests responding to the Card Of Thanks. state of cultivation. All necessary out The yard fronting the invitation. buildings. J. F. Higgins, Paint Lick, residence was brilliantly illuminated Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark take this Ky. tete-a-tewith Japanese lanterns, opportunity of thanking their many seats were arranged on the lawn for the friends, for the kindness shown them To MammotlfcCave accommodations of the guests and a during the illnessof their little daughter. stringed orchestra played popular music May God's choicest blessings rest upon August 20, 1913. throughout the evening. The gracious all who stayed so faithfully with them 16, was attired in a young hostess, just LAST GREAT REDUCTION is their prayer. becoming gown of yellow crepe, while Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark. scheme, yellow, was evident the same Round trip railroad fare $5.65. Board in the house decorations of at Cave Hotel including the several and golden glow, as well as in the ices Your account is past due. routes in the Cave for $6.50. Making Miss Robinson I need money to meet my total cost for three days trip $12.15; and delicious cakes. was assistee in entertaining by Miss obligations. going on regular morning trains. Limit Annie Herndon and Miss LElla Henry. on tickets 10 days. Write or phone L. Rella Arnold. & N. Agent. The hours were from 8 to 12, and when r .J grand-daught- te rs Page 8 ill! UJ' ,.ii,,i tirSti: Under Water Proof Canvas, all week, Commencing Monday, August 11th. A 50c Show for lOcts. CASTOR! KlFtrM D CONTEST. The Central Record, Friday, Aug 8, 1913. m i STANFORD. Mr. Jesse Lynn of in Saturday to vote. Seats for 1000. 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,400 1,900 16,700 NO. 2. Nothing1 Cheap But The Price. Annie Brfcnaugh Katharine Bronaugh 44 Birdie Perkins 44 Jewel Goodwin 44 Ida Lee Campbell 44 Katie Middleton 44 Udora Douglas 44 Bertha Flannery Mrs. Ed Anderson 44 Tom Bronaugh Mr Eugene Edmiston 44 George William Moore 44 Ison McCIure 44 Shelby Newland 44 44 :nw For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. ANSgelaMePreparalionTarAs-slmilalin- (feFoodajvlRnla lingUicSiomadisandBoHclscf Bears the Signature of Vb Promotes DfeesttonOimfiJ- - ncss and RssLContalns Opunu-Morphine neithcr 7vV W ti Walter Norman O. B. Peyton Continued from Page 6. Mr Chester Metcalf Miss Mariam Ledford 44 Fannie Noc. R. R. 1. Until further notice, 'contestants will be allowed to poll a sufficient MCCREARY, KY. lumber of votes to make their stand- Miss Lillie Mae Sutton ing 40,000 in advance to the leader of MANSE PAINT LICK, R. R. the proceeding issue. Miss Dora Calico If there is any mistake in the count 44 Willie Calico )f any contestant's vote up to the 44 Spillman present date, it must be called to the 44 Stella McWhorter attention of the contest manager be44 Myrtle Coliron fore next Wednesday night. Other44 Alyce Sanders wise, the count as published today, 44 Cynthia Baker must be taken as correct. Parry Clark 44 Katie Clark District No. 1 44 LANCASTER. Minnie Hurt Miss Elizabeth Ford " " Helen Robinson " " 44 44 norMiaeraL KOT MARC OTIC. BmphaSttd JlxJema Tf 44 ItrrStrd- - tMt in r ai " 44 a norfpct rtanedv Tor Cunsfltt Hon . Sour Storaach.DUrrtoa WorasonvuISKms.rerensBr nessandLOSSOFMEER DacSimEe Use For Over " " 44 44 " " Emma Walker Issiebell Sanford Stella Sanders Willie Wilkerson Lillie Mae Jones Jennie Cox Mary Elmore Christine Sanders Ruth Carrier Christine Pollitt Martha Tinder Mamie Lee Marsee Ida May McQuerry Signature of " Bessie Austin 44 LydaRayney Nettie Farmer ?Hr CcNTMra Compass NEW YOKrU Thirty Years GASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMl Mildred Beazley " Sue Fisher Respress ' Delia Rice Hughes Mr. Will Rice Amon " Rice Terril " Joe Cabell Ramsey 44 Dean Zanone " Bert Embry CINTU COMPANY. HW TO District No. 2 LANCASTER, P. O. Alma Lear 7.200 44 Mary Lear 7,800 44 Florida Boain 1,400 44 Eliza Rucker 3,300 1,100 Mr Otis Gooch R. K. Duncan 2,000 Robert Boain 7,000 Arthur Eldridge 5,100 John Eldridge 1,800 Harry McWhorter 2.400 Robert McKnight 7,500 Charles Gooch 4,500 Floyd Coliron 1,100 John Green 5,900 Embry McWhorter 3,500 Bert Ramsey 1,400 Wilse Sanders 2,000 William Hurt 8,900 M. F. Ledford 2,200 1,400 Mrs Lou Osborn Anna Brown 4,800 1,900 BUCKEYE KY. 5,300 Miss Agnes Miles 44 10,500 Sallie Noel 44 4,400 Stella Ray 44 3,700 Barbara Gulley 44 Mamie Step 44 44 44 1,000 11,900 1,000 1,000 1,400 1,000 PREACHERSVILLE, KY. 1,000 2,500 Miss Carrie Nailer 44 1,000 Gertrude Adams 1.800 Mr Rodney Nailor 1,000 LANCASTER R. R. 2. 1,300 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,400 1,000 1,500 1,800 1,900 1,500 1,000 1,000 1.000 1,600 1,300 2,300 1,000 1,400 3,900 Election Returns. All precincts heard from give Gaines' Insurance a large majority. New Ordinances. Frankfort came Miss Amanda Goggin is visiting Judge and Mrs. James Denton in Somerset. J.000 3,900 1.000 9,000 1,000 2,300 1,000 1,500 1,000 1,700 1,000 1,000 1,300 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 2.000 1,000 Mr James Crutcher GILBERTS CREEK. Miss Mary Eliza Holtzclaw BRADSHAW MILLS. Miss Minnie Bogie 1,500 The City Council has passed an ordinance enabling the Mayor by proclamation to order the discontinuance of the city water for sprinkling purposes. This ordinance was passed because of the probability of an emergency arising at any time which might necessitate the cutting off of the water for all except absolutely necessary purposes without having to go through the red tape incident to passing such an enabling act to protect the Mayor in the issuance of such a notice. They also passed an (finance making it an offense to skate on the new concrete sidewalks, also to ride bicycles on sidewalks, and fixing a penalty of $3. for violations of the latter ordinance. Capt. Bob Gentry of Frankfort, was in town to cast his vote for his demo- cratic favorite. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fowle of Lebanon Junction are visiting Mr. Fowle's father Mr. N. W. Fowle. Miss Lyle Cooper who has teen the guest of Miss Patsy Kinnard at Lan caster has returned home. Miss LiVae Beazley has returned after, a visit to her sister Mrs. P. C. Sandidge at Milledgeville. Miss Allie Yantis who has been visiting Miss Lottie Carson has xeturned to her home in Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Glover. J. F. Cummin3 and T. W. Pennington at- oocoooooooooaoo " FARMER'S COLUMN frOOOOOOOOOOO0Ofr dpace below this beading Is for (be exclu lve use of our farmer subscribers, an J Is for the sale of stock, grain ami such things on farm as tbu farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four Hues, aud will be only In two Issues of the ecord. free of charge NOW HER FRIENDS KNOW HER HARDLY tended the Harrodsburg Fair Tuesday. Mrs. J. F. Cummins. Mrs. B. D. Carter and Misses Rose and Alice Alcorn left Monday for a trip to Niagra Falls. CITT. Ha Hill Minnie Brown Miss 44 Judith James Daniel Margaret L. Herring MARCELLUS, KY. 7,500 4,500 2,400 1,400 2,900 1,800 44 44 '' Pearl Teater Lucinda Carter Jessie Ray COY, KY. 3,400 J. T. Raney bought of Claude Taylor 1,000 a nice driving horse for $150. 1,000 W. A. Price sold a horse mule to 3,000 1.000 Virgil Gastineau for $150. 1,000 Ed Naylor bought a nice yearling 1,000 mare mule from J. N. Denny sor $125. 1,500 2.100 V. A. Lear bought pound hogs 1,000 of Harry McWhorter at 8 centJ per lb. 64-2- THREE AT PUBLIC SALE To The Highest Bidder. As agents for the heirs of bidder on Miss Cecil Bowling ' Mabel Ranidn " Wade Lee Park 44 Myrtle Campbell Miss Peachie Mae Sanders " Beulah Sutton MARKSBURY, KY. Squire Whittaker Lucien Clouse Willie Miles Ray 3,900 Mrs. Mary Clouse 4,900 1,000 1,400 1,000 LANCASTER, KY. R. R. 3. Miss Annie Blanks Mr. William Goins " Jimmie Goins " Van Gosney BRYANTSVILLE, KY. Miss Maggie Hicks 44 44 44 Miss Mary Ellen Farlee " Flossie Mae Teater " 44 44 Mr Osa Coulter Mary Belle Halcomb Christine Swope Sam Halcomb BOURNE, KY. 1,900 4,400 3,400 2,000 1,400 1,000 44 44 44 44 44 Jewel Ray Every Carter Lillian Brodus Alice Ray Lelia Teater Eveline Walker Myrtle Hurt Pettie Long HACKLEY, KY. blacksmith shop and For 1,000 two acres of land at Marksbury. Best 1,700 1,000 stand in the county. J. H. Clark. 1,000 Mr. S. D. Cochran of this city Las 2,300 120 good stock ewes for salr. Write him at once if you want such stock. 1,000 For Sale:-- 10 disc Hoosier drill with 2,500 1,000 seed attachment, good as new. Jas. A. 1,000 Bratton, Lancaster, R. F. D. No. 3. 1.000 lost: Black and white flop eared 1,000 2,000 sow weight 275 pounds, left my place 1,000 near Hyattsville about July 12th. Frank Arnold, Hyattsville, Ky. 1,000 Sale:-M- y A Miss Ollie Crawford " Bettie Scott "Christine Stone 44 Nannie Hunter 44 Burnie Pierce " Eulalah Montgomery " Amy Montgomery HYATTSVILLE, KY. Miss Edna Burnett Grow 1,500 SPAINEY, KY. 3,400 1,000 Miss Ina Scott Cleo Morgan 1,800 44 Allie Coldiron 1,000 44 Lei Coldiron 3,900 1,000 FLATWOOD, KY. '' sale:- - One Shetland pony 1 year 11,200 old broken to ride and drive. Creed Simpson, Lancaster, Ky. R. F. 4.800 D. No. 3. FOR 1,000 Lawson and Brown shipped a car load 1,000 of fat sheep to the Cincinnati market 1,000 this week that averaged from 2J to 2$ cts. a pound. 3,400 1,900 Lost:-O- n the night of Helen Robinson's party (Thursday night) a light blue cashmere shawl. Finder please return to The Central Record or Mrs. S. D. Cochran. Miss Ruth Arnold J. P. Long deceased, we will sell to the highest Wednesday Sept 10th 1913 sale beginning prumptljtat One O'clock P. M. on the premises now occupied by Ambrose Calico in Madison County, Ky. on the pike leading from Cottonburg and intersecting with the Barn Mill pike and one mile from Cottonburg, formerly the home of the deceased. These farms will be sold in three tracts. Tract No. 1. The home place, containing about 150 acres, with all necessary improvements, with good dwelling containing about twelve rooms, two good barns for tobacco or stock, well watered and in a high state of cultivation. Tract No. 2. Known as the Spamhower place and now occupied by Jerry Noland, containing about 200 acres, with splendid brick dwelling in good repair, containing about ten rooms. This farm is also well watered, with two good tobacco barn and all necessary outbuildings. It is situated on the Barns Mill pike and is six miles from Richmond. Tract No. 3. ajoins tract No. 2 and contains about 80 acres all first class bottom land in high state of cultivation, with good five room cottage and tobacco barn. This tract is all in grass. These farms are located in good neighborhood and near churches and good schools. Tract No. 2 and tract No. 3 will be offered seperately and then as a whole, the highest and best bid will be accepted. These farms are to be sold to wind up the estate of J. P. Long, deceas , ed and this will be an absolute sale. This ft a good opportunity to secure a good home on liberal terms which will be made known on day of sale. The above tracts of land are as good as any in this section of the state, having been properly cared for for many years. Those desiring good rich farms will do well to be on hand promptly on day of sale. For any information write the undersigned, Lena Schooler 44 Etta Smith " Loretta Ta lor 44 Lyda Crecillius Mr Lucien Johnson 44 Charley Sanders 44 Miss Myrtle Carrsney 44 2,700 Bettie Miller 2,600 1,400 No. 3,000 STANFORD, KY. 2,300 Miss Lyle Cooper 1,000 44 Lizzie Holtzclaw 1,900 District 3 2,000 1,800 1,000 1,800 1,000 1,000 1,700 3,000 1,000 1.800 2,900 44 44 44 POINT LEAVEL LANCASTER R. R. I. Miss Bell Smith ' Annie Dollins 44 44 44 Lizzie Hurt Lucille Lackey Brunette Arnold BEUNA VISTA, KY. 1,000 2,100 1,000 1,900 5,500 Sallie Burdette Mary Burdette Sallie Craig The City Council Of The City Of Lancas- ter Do Ordain As Eoliows:- - 44 44 44 44 44 EttaMueler Sarah Hundley Sallie Farmer Lena Palmer Miss Lelia 44 44 Barnett " 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 Leila Ruble Flora Ruble Ruth Lane t Lena Jennings Alyce Mabel Scott Hazel Ogg. Ural Blakeman Artie Johnson Nettie Ison Margaret Askins CAMP NELSON, KY. 44 2,500 Mary Sheppard Cook 44 1,800 Mary Moore Raney 44 1,000 Anna Davis McRoberts 44 4,900 Effie Boughman 44 1,500 Pearl Fields 44 3,000 Matsey Grimes 44 1.000 Virgie Rathwell 3,100 Til Cooper 1,000 Dave Goodnight 1,000 John Reed McKinney 1,700 HUBBLE.'KY. 44 IdaPettus Miss Nora Kaufman 44 Cora Moore 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 Mary Rankin Maltha Knight Emma Lane Dovie Watts Lillian Burton Maggie Montgomery Frances Sherrow Emma Scott Jennie Ison. PAINT LICK, KY.' 44 3,100 Jennie Rankin 44 1,000 Ina Roberts 44 1,600 Lucinda Lutes 1,000 Mr Jess Veaver 1,600 44 Bennie Rankin 1,000 44 Thomas Bell Rankin 1,000 HEDGEVILL, KY. 2,700 Miss Flora McBeth 1,000 44 Lucy Spoonamore 1,700 WAYNESBURG, KY. Miss Louise Rice 44 4 Christine Metcalf ROBERT LONG, Buckeye, Ky or J. W. ELMORE, Lancaster, Ky. Agents For The Heirs. Jesse Cobb Auctioneer. Jessie Parks Z Sallie Woods Docia Metcalf " Loula McWhorter Miss Nellie Beazley 44 44 2,000 Miss Zora Baugh 44 Fannie Young 1,900 44 Minnie Young 3,000 44 Lillie Warfield 2,100 44 X Warfield 1,000 CRAB ORCHARD. KY. 4,500 2,300 Miss Annie Middleton Section 1 that because of the scar city of water at any time, or for other good reason, such action becomes nec essary, the Mayor, on the order by resolution entered on tne record, at a regular meeting, or at a special meet- Common to choice heavy fat sows, a 73 8 10 ing of Council duly called, shall sus- Light shippers 9 pend entirely the use of water from 50311 20 5.C00 the resorvoir, for any or all sprinkling Pigs. (110 lbs lud less) Some choice Southdown SHEEP: extra i 15 4 25 1,000 purposes, and for all except house- Good to choice 3 75 i 10 for sale. Better 1,600 hold purposes, for such times as the Common to fair 2 35 3 65 bucks 7 75 LAMiiS: extra 1,500 council may prescribe, and to continue I ever owned before. than as long as the resolution of council 6 75 7 1 1,500 may prescribe; the Mayor to issue a Goodtochoice 5 00S6 30 Common to lair R. L. Elkin. 1,800 proclamation commanding the disuse 1,500 of water for the time fixed by council; 2,800 and where it is deemed essential to the Vt LJ'J'Mai good and safety of property, or 1,900 sufficient cause, the other resolution of SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION council will enforce the disuse of water entirely, by shutting it off from all 1,400 premises where it is used, for the time 1,500 fixed by the resolution of council. The 5,000 Mavor will issue his proclamation carry 2,900 ing out the resolution of council, and post1,600 have printed copies distributed and ed in public places in the city, which 2.300 shall be due notice to all persons to 1,000 discontinue the use of water, for the period fixed by council; and every person who shall use any water from the 2,900 mains or the connections after the postRound Round 1,900 ing of copies of a proclamation, during Trip Trip the prohibited period shall be fined the sum of ten dollars for each offense 1,000 Section 2. And be it further ordained 1,700 that any person, of any age, who shall SPECIAL TRAIN skates, or any like contri1,000 use roller bicycle, or any like contrivance, or 4,000 vance, upon any of the side walks, or 1,000 any concreted walk, on public place shall be fined three (3) dollars for each ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. H.-Logan Mayor. offense. . Clerk. 1,700 r -- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Williams, Mr. Alfred Pence and Miss Kate David Raney are spending a few days at tho Houston, Texas. In an interesting Crab Orchard Springs. letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton Mr. and Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey and writes as follows : "I think it is my duty little son Shelby of Frankfort are the to tell you what your medicine, Cardui, guests of Mr. Coffey's parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coffey. the woman's tonic, has done for me. I was down sick with womanly trouble, Mrs. Lelia Cook and daughter Miss and my mother advised several different Mary Shepherd have returned after a treatments, but they didn't seem to do delightful visit to friends and relame any good. I lingered along for three tives at Monticello and Somerset. or four months, and for three weeks, J Now that the primary election is was in bed, so sick I couldn't bear for over the donkey, elephant and bull any one to walk across the floor. My husband advised me to try Cardui, moose are all pulling together to make the woman's tonic. I have taken two the K. of P. Fair of 1913 a bigsucces3. bottles of Cardui, am feeling fine, gained Don't forget the dates August 15 pounds and do all of my housework. Friends hardly know me, I am so well." The most quiet primary election in If you suffer from any of the ailments many years passed into history on last so common to women, don't allow the Saturday. With the exception of a trouble to become chronic. Begin taking number of long faces on the defeated y. Cardui It is purely vegetable, candidates, just twenty five tasted of its ingredients acting in a gentle, natural thf. hittpr run nnrtv liarmnni. ,nir.nj ... I....4J HM..IIUIIJ IbltlO way on the weakened womanly constitusupreme, llie Hon. bheiton 31. Saulley tion. You run no risk in trying Cardui. editor of the Interior Journal has a It has been helping weak women back to smile that wont come off for he receivhealth and strength for more than 50 ed the largest majority of any on the years. It will help you. At all dealers. whole ticket. He defeated Virgil for Representative by 230 maWrite to: Chattanooia .MeJIclne Co.. LaJIes4 AivlsoryDcpt.. Chattanooga, Tenn.. for Speciul jority. The Sheriff's race around book. (iistructtOHS on your case anj plain wrapper. "Home hb9-Women," sent in which most of the interest centered was won by J. G. Weatherford by a majority of 20 votes. The other three candidates, M. S. Baughman, B. W. LIVE STOCK 31AKKET. Givens and T. J. Hill were all very CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS. close to the leader. The Jailor's race Hogs Aug 6 Sbeep Cattle CATTLE: Shippers $723n)S 00 was a horse race from start to finish 7 657 5 and until the last return, no one could Butcher steers extra C WJ 7 M tell who the winner would be. Good to choice George 5 HO is i" F. DeBorde carried off the office Common to fair with Heifers, extra 7 W7 23 Carson, Hester and Bruce 8 50 7 CO Farmr, Good to choice In a field of .1 75 Common to fair 5 S3 right in the same class. Cows, extra 6 00 6 25 ten entries for the office of Assessor -- . Good to choice S 33 5 85 E. D. Kennedy was elected by a safe Common to fair 2 75 5 23 . majority, with W. S. Embry and W. 3 CO4 00 Canncr Jesse Bulls balognas 5 7tt25 C. Long tied for second place. Fat bulls 2jti5a D. Wearen was defeated by Marshall 10 23 CALVES: extra C. Newland. (the present appointee of 7K 10 Falrtogood Judge Hardin) for Circuit Clerk. These 10 Common and large 5 50 HOGS : good packers and butchers 9 20 9 25 gentlemen have only been in the field 9 US 9 25 a very short time and they both showMixed packers Stag 5 007.M ed class as hand shakers. But This Does Not the Burton, Under Circumstances. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hampton of Lebanon Juncton were the guests of Bother Mrs. Mr. Hampton's mother Mrs. Martha Hampton last week. .. en B 41 29i CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Aug 17th, 1913. $.50 1 .30 Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am HMC-Hernao- WN' "W