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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 15, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913081501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 15, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CEIsmUJL RECORD PURE REL1GI0A, UN1ARN18HED DEMOCRAC1 AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1913. All roads lead to the Lexington Fair this week. 1 NUMBER IP. Why Put It Off? Of The If Notice Hardware j PLUMBING, (Before giving your order for Magazines or papers, see Mrs. Dollie Brown. Twixt de tent sho' an' de watermelon man, many of our cullud folks is j gwineter go broke. The dry weather is unaccompanied by any sickness ot consequence, good sanitation is the cause. You Will Start Now You Can Easily Win One Notice the Hubs OntfienextShidebaker Wason You Pass on the YouTl find Prizes. I Triple Votes Will be Given on All Subscriptions, Old and New, Turned cuumy luuciuutrry "as resumed in Before August 21st. We Guarantee This to Be the Very iiie work on the Richmond road notwith- Best Offer of the Contest So Gather in All Possible Subscriptions standing the dry weather. this Week. Your Friends Will Subscribe if You will Ask Them. Be careful with the water supply, don't waste it; "you never miss the HELP YOUR "FAVORITE" WIN. water 'til the well goes dry". For Sale:-- good pony 13 hands high, in good shape, and safe for any child to Now drive any where. Apply at this office. A they are not split and checKod UKe the ordinary wagon. WHY? R02i (X 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. The new moon, the dependence of the old residenter for rain, disappointed him this time. All signs fail in dry weather. Dog days, stray dogs and sleepless boys, and the park, all combine to keep dwellers around the square from sleep ing these nights. Some Lancastrians cannot get away from Crab Orchard long enough to go to an occasional Fair. ..That sho is health giving water up there. Rabbits Plentiful. is the Time Your Subscription Will Do the Most Good. Hand in Your Subscription -- Get Your Friends To Subscribe and Make Your "Favorite" a Winner. WhBmke Wagons deserve a careful Investigation on your part even are not quite ready to buy. Jf The protection thrown around other game by the new law requiringhunters to have a license, has proven a great boon to Brer Rabbit, as they are more plentiful than it years. Watermelons Here. Homegrown melons have made thiir TINWARE. We Save you Money on anything in Our Line. aDDearance on the local market, and 'while not large, the quality is said to be excellent, sweeter and juicier than in years. At least half dozen wagons were on the square Saturday afternoon. Oz Anderson Paroled. from the Oz Anderson was paroled Frankfort prison by the Board of Prison Anderson Commissioners last week. had served two years of an indeterminate sentence for manslaughter for the killing of Ben Guinn near the depot in Lancaster. Jim Hatcher Bays An Aotomobile To Be CONN BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks Used On His Danville Stage Line. James Hatcher the clever and accommodating driver of the Danville staee line has purchased a new automo bile to be used on his contract. It was placed in commission on last Monday morning and passengers desiring a quick and comfortable trip to Danville will do I well to patronize Mr. Hatcher. ANNOUNCEMENT. The semi-annu- al display of high class Fall and Winter suitings by The Globe Tailoring Co. Cincinnati will be given at our establishment on Several very creditable communications have been received of late, but because of the fact that they were either unsigned or signed with fictitious names, we cannot publish them. We positively cannot and will not vary from our rule not to publish unsignid I communications. We want your name THE DISTRICT PRIZES not for publication but as an evidei ce The TWELVE district prizes speak of good faith. for themselves. There will be four The Stanford Fair. prizes awarded to each of the three The big Stanford Fair under the district and for these district prizes contestants do not have to compete auspices of the Knigl ts of Pythias against the contestants in the other which is to be held on August 27th, 28th districts for them, just against those in and 29th bids fair to eclipse anything your own district. These twelve dis ever attempted in the Fair line in trict prizes are on display at the well Lincoln county. The good people of Stanford have made every possible known jewealy store of Morrow & from whom they were purchas preparation for the entertainment and ed, and contestants and their friends amusementof theirguests who assemble there on that occasion. They have are invited to call and inspect them. Prospective candidates who have erected a new amphitheater, a new been thinking of entering the Record's Floral Hall, and the list of premiums Big Contest will not find a better time offered is second to no exhibition in the to do so than right now. At the pres state. ent time the Biggest and Best ofTer The Record Shorthanded. of the contest is in force and you get The business manager is off on a more than three times the usual number of votes on subscriptions. Under nailing mp, one oi me compositors on this big vote schedule, your votes on a vacation, Jack Burnside, our main subscriptions count up very rapidly standby, is recovering from an attact and with a very little pleasant work of typhoid fever, and we are getting spent among your fnends in getting out the Record this week under difsubscriptions, you can gain a letter ficulties. However, our Foreman, Len Miller is a man of many resources and easily. If your name is already on the list, i3 making the best of his difficulties; then start your campaign at once, you he has enlisted the services of Bob will be surprised to find out how easy Henry, a typo of the days of Captain it is to get the votes and subscriptions White and with his able assistance, we when ' once you get started and let are enabled to come out on time, and your friends know that you intend to if the paper is not up to the usual make an active race. They will be standard, it is the fault of the edito glad to help you if they know you are rial and not the mechanical force. in to win. A new one year subscrip-- . o &MX. tion now brings 28,400 votes where1 ' Mr- - Morton Scott died at his home heretofore it only brought 7,800 votes. If you will only get busy during this on Richmond Avenue in this city at big offer, you could cinch a prize with about 6 o'clock Wednesday of tubercu- losis, aiier an uiness extending over a a very little work. period of many months. After funeral SEND YOUR NOMINATION TODAY. services at the grave his remains were We will be glad to hear from new placed at rest in the Lancaster ceme- contestants from all parts of the ter-- terv this (Thursday) afternoon. Mr. ritory of the contest. Just send in Scott was in his 73rd year at the time your nomination and tell the contest of his death. He is survived by his manager that "you wish to make an wife, who was a daughter of the late active race. Printed matter and full John W. Poor, and by one brother, instructions will then be sent you and Mr. Todd Scott of Greensville N C, the contest manager will be glad to who has been at his bedside until the assist you in starting your campaign, pest few days, when he was compelled t0 hl3 hme 0" aCC0Unt j DIVIDED INTO DISTRICTS. ts, The Grand Capital Prize consists of a Handsome Pony and Outfit. The pony's name is "Record." "Record" was purchased from a well known pony dealer of Lancaster and is one of the prettiest ponies to be found in this part of the state. He is not only one of the prettiest but one of the cutest old ponies in this section. He is about 43 inches tall and weighs about 300 pounds. Not only is he handsome, but "Record" is as good as he can be. He is gentle and can be driven by any child. The outfit consists of a beautiful pony-ca- rt and harness, purchased from the n carriage dealer Mr. W. J. Romans, of Lancaster, and is guaranteed to be one of the finest pony-carthat can be purchased in this section of the state. Also with the outfit belongs a nice looking set of harness which matches very nicely to "Record" and his pony-car- t. This pony can be easily won if you will only try. It is not the lack of time, but the lack of energy that need keep you from trying for this j handsome prize. well-knowts Lancaster Ladies Get Premiums. Mrs. Ed. Price took first premium on her black cake at the Danville Fair last week, and Mrs. Theo. Currey secured first honor for an embroidered handkerchief. Colored People Do Not Want School Tax. you The colored voters of the Lancaster school district held an election on last Saturday afternoon to determine whether or not it was their desire to vote a lax upon tnem for the purpose of repairing and improving their school property. The propsition was defeated by a vote of 139 to 14. Sign Your Name. Special Sale on Buggies, Surries, Harness. ! Wholesale and Retail Hardware. m m HASELDEN BROS. )7gJiiaraiarftmiigjll IJipSJlfrtiJsfrsiirMaiiJril If you are looking for a Wagon buy the Old Etagf Hickory. 5g" ffi?:llp FffiBr 2 It runs lighter, lasts longer and is the strongest wagon on the market. In driving along notice how many more you see than any other wagon. Sold and warranted by W. J. Romans Lancaster, Ky AUGUST 18th and 19th. Make this one of your positive engagements. Call and make your selection and be measured by an expert. Orders taken for immediate or future delivery Woolens will be shown in fnll length drapes. Salesman in charge R. H. SWAFFIELD. H. T. LOGAN, Lancaster, Ky. B A feature of this contest which has "Mote" Scott, as he was familiarly caused much favorable mention among known was born and raised in Garrard the people of this section is the fact 'county in the Bryantsville section, and that the territory is divided into dis- - the greater part of his life was spent tricts and you only need compete against near the scene of his birth. He served those in your own district for any of 'during the Civil war, espousing the the district prizes. Under this liberal cause of the Union. After the closa arrangmentof districts and prizes, it is of the war he returned to his home very easy to win. There will be at and became prominent in the commer-lea- st four prizes given to each district cial affairs of the county. In his of the vote in the other ' clining years he purchased property in districts. Lancaster. Quiet, unobstrusive, he at- tended strictly to his own affairs, but BIG votes UNTIL AUG. 21st. teU "" "nifrm f0."63? .nd In addtion to the triple Votes given '0W3h,p drfw fr'!"da h'm wherever on all subscriptions, wejiave decided to JH ,nd and ablde- h 'h8"ced extend the offer in force the last week smPa; and .:i a., oi- -. rnvtrvTDi vnrm thetic by nature, a true ' companion he was best loved WILL BE GIVEN ON EVERY DOL- those who knew him, and none j LAR'S WORTH OF SUBSCRIPTIONS , "" uut ". " I "'"" TURNED IN BEFORE 2 P. M. AUG. 21st, This is guaranteed to be the fay that m his death the county ha an upright, honorable citizen. e . av t. u: The h'earst of the entire community go and every contestant should put fo.-tout in tenderest sympathy to the betheir very bestefforts and gather in a 1 reaved wife and brother in their hour possible subscriptions. of trouble. May the sod rest lightly upon the GET NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS. Contestants should use every means grave of this noble man. possible to get new subscriptions for Fine Lumber For Sale. they bring more than three times as many votes as the old subscriptions. We have feet Of course don't neglect the old sub- of Georgia pine yet unsold ilia scnpitions but try and try hard to get i the NEW subscriptions for they bring Can SaW any length to SUlt iiiV the most votes. A contestant who geU or ; iB busy new. could almost cinch a prize i purchaser j..- -u: i,:.. nam. HndnM Rrns.. EXTRA! EXTRA I I We have some Extra Fine sf f ' "-"- "' .,.: h MEAT this week. Try price and quality. it Also some Groceries that are just right as to 200,000 Davidson & Doty. ForhouSe (Continued on page 6.) ' Lancaster, Ky. ' ': V-V mtr - t"7- - ''t f ? Sir r. - Fage 2 VtThe Central Recorder id ay, Aug 15, 1913. L,et Us Supply Your WW Housefurnishing Needs We have all that is newest and best in Furniture, Garpets, Mattings, Rugs, Wall Paper, Pictures, Pianos, Organs, Victor-Victrola- s, Typewriters, Etc. "The Store Beautiful; HURT in their efforts to secure stock water. How much better it would have been to and ANDERSON LANCASTER, KY. Colored Dance. Liberally Patronized. The Drought And The Crop Outlook. Bourbon County Fair. "The Bright Spot In Lancaster." The Park Again. We acknowledge with thanks the t The Park from being an eye sore in The drought has wrought no end of damage in Garrard county, the damage j receipt of a complimentary ticket to day time is rapidly beeominga nuisance to the corn crop alone will amount to the Bourbon County Fair to be held in at night, it is a congregating place for and if possible a crowd of boys who not only insist thousands of dollars, tobacco is serious. Paris on August try to attend as this is undoubtedly on staying up all night but they must ly injured and both quantity and qual- - , ity are seriously curtailed, while the ( one of the best exhibitions in the state. ' keep everyone awake within ear shot. meadows were almost a complete fail One night last week they gathered at! ure, and hay bids fair to go as high Hon, William Jennings Price Is Appoint- - the strav dos in town and kept them thi3 fall as in the fall of 1911. The wrangling in the park for several hour?, "Judge" W. B. Burton. Fine Race. hot scorching winds of Ia3t week, while ed Minister To The Republic Of much t the annoyance of the gue.-tBilly Burton has donned the ermine at he hotel and those who sleep about The many friendi of Mr. Green Clay a source of relief to sweltering humanPanama. this week, not the judicial ermine how- Walker in this community will be ity, yet worked untold damage to the the square. A night officer who wouhl ever, he is judging the fine harness and gratified to know that he made a crops, far more damaging than the SonJltnr fillip .Tnmoa . w., ..,.., ... ,. in put a stop to this nuisance would prove . ... uu..,.. rpcnmmonlwl roadsters at the Lexington Fair, a posi- wonderful race in the primary in Gar- broiling rays of the sun, the corn bladJ ceel,la,"" w many who are an-tPresident Wilson, and in turn the lat-- f 7 is spendidly qualified to rard county last Saturday. He defeat- es under its influence seemed to curl up tion which he sent to the Senate the name of Hon n0i'e,, continually by such conduct. fill. Howard Vararsdall of Boyle is ed his opponent, Mr. G. B. Swinebroad, and literally parch, while tobacco fired ! judging the saddler rings and Joe Bales by a majority of 660 votes out of a total at the ground and continuing up the William Jennings Price of Danville ' family Reunion. Ky to be Minister to the Republic of j of Madison the walk trot classes. of only 1300. Danville Advocate. stalk, in many cases injured beyond re- Panama, and in all probability before! cast Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey hold lief from good rains should they come. ' "Eternal Vigilance" Nor is the.injury to the crops the these lines are in print the appointment a family reunion at their home in this In Need Of Night Protection. will have been confirmed. Aside from city ia3t Week. They had with them only damage wrought by the lack of Health like Liberty is only to be Now that a midnight robbery has rain, with no rainfall worth sneaking carrying with it a salary of $10,000 per their two dauhtpr M s,.i,...(. bought at the price of eternal vigilance been committed near the public square year, the position is one of the most jordon of Terra Haute ImL and Mrs. and now that the heated season is upon we are more than ever constrained to of since April; streams and ponds have uesiraoie oi tne diplomatic appoint-- , R. C. Tankersley of Hamilton O. and us in full force, just because we are the belief that Lancaster is seriously in failed that were never known to fail ments, and one of great responsibility. their son Frank Pumphrey and family before, and many farmers are hauling enjoying a season of unprecedented need of police protection at night. being in the Canal Zone, and the young of Somerset. Clay Pumphrey of health, let us not for one moment relax Chief Herron has his hands full in the stock water for miles, and the turnpik-- 1 I is to be greatly congratula- - viie Ky and Messrs Cassius and Wiles are lined with live stock traveling our vigilance as to our sanitary sur- day time, and it is absolutely impossible ted on his good fortune. liam Pumphrey of this place. There roundings, for such laxity might prove for him to be up during the entire to and from the nearest water holes. In many instances because of the lack . In casting about for men who might wa3 ai30 present nine RramIch;Idrofl. our undoing. Look carefully, just as night, and the great amountof disorder be depended upon to look well after Mrs. R. H. carefully as you did early in the season. we have been having of late, now being of grass, and water and the poor pros- the affairs of this great and growing remaining Whittaker of Kansas, the daughter was unable to pect for relief in the near future, farmto the minutest detail about jour prem followed by such depredations as the of our, both at home and tend. ises, your screens, your water supply, robbery of last Saturday night certainly ers are selling off their stock, and not- - abroad, Pres't Wilson could not have It is hoped that this splendid couple vaults, and everything that will have a brings the citizens and taxpayers to withstanding the heat and drought, the hit upon a better man than Will Price; may be spared many years and may be tendency to promote the health of your the belief that they should be afforded shippers are kept busy gathering to though comparatively young in years, enabled to call together their relatives gether and shipping this stock to the family and that of the community. he is old in judgement and experience. many times again in a family reunion. some more adequate protection. city markets, a lawyer or ability, with enough ex-- 1 However, we are glad to say, that Raney's Store Robbed. For Representative. perience in politics to give him a good Far Erora The Madding Crowd. HERALD EDITOR while the condition is bad enough where Mr. Champ Appointed. insight in to the art of diplomacy, and Some time during last Saturday night ever it exists, it is not county wule.and J. R. MOUNT. Col. John M. Farra, Business Manager Mr. W. F. Champ has been appointed thieves entered the store of Mr. Webb above ail a splendid, christian gentle Pays High Tribute To Young Wheeler some of our neighboring counties have administrator of the estate of Mr. Raney on Richmond street near the R. L. Elkin of the Record and Dan C. or looKing alter For County Judge. had seasonable weather, while others man.ne is tuny capable Haggard, Who Lost His Life At George Grow, whose death was public square, managed to effect an Elkin left Sunday for Rockcastle Sprthe rights of Uncle Sam in the best are worse off than are we. In upper CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. ings for a weeks fishing. They will possible manner. chronicled in last weeks issue of the entrance into the safe, which was on Lexington. Garrard we have had some rain and Boyle county is justly proud of Mr. Record. half lock, and secured therefrom about be quartered at the hospitable home of there is fair promise of good crops, and In the following lines, Editor Deshn Price, and well she should be, for Gar- For Sheriff. $18 in money, they also took a few Charity Pointer, an ideal spot at the in spots in other parts of the county Breckinridge, of the Lexington Herald Go To The Stanford Fair. way of handkerchiefs etc. mouth of Rockcastle river, where they good showers have fallen from time to mrfl TlVr craVi raf o ntaf rrantlamnn trifles in the C. A. ROBINSON. P3V? a h'Kh tribute to Wheeler Hag- ,1 will have access to both that stream nr mnr -- ,,..fa..v c... M.,M,, . ...&...J j,ar(J. The Stanford Fair begins next Wed- Entrance was effected by breaking a and the Cumberland, and as every time. hole in the glass of the front door and aim uarruru uiu give nun 10 "Yesterday, Wheeler Haggard, as nesday and continues for three days. We have been wonderfully blessed in tJiiicii, For County Attorney. fisherman who has been there knows, Boyle, he was born and raised and his Every effort has been made to give a opening the lock. The work was evi- - an ideal spot. assistant in the Bacteriological laboru- the last few years in the abundance of It is a little out of seayounger days were spent right here in tory of the pure GREEN CLAY WALKER. creditable exhibition this year. Stan uenuy uone uy someone wen ucqaauiieu son for the "big uns", but the boys crops we have been enabled to raise, food department :t a grand county have been lib about the premises, and suspicion will escape ford and Lincoln and we should not complain too loudly Lancaster; (lamnn'Qnir son of Dr. Jennings the Experiment Station, went to .. For Jailer. the heat, enjoy Charity's rttmslo nn avrtnn Prif nil "---j " " i"""slaughter house out in the factory diseral patrons of the Garrard county strongly points to a certain party who unexclled cuisine and spend their time at one failure. DAVE ROSS. honor praise, he knows nothing else. trict of West Lex;ngton t0 obta; a as they have ev- has been seen about there frequently. in manufacturing fairy stories of fairs in years past, their it was installed in to him from his in- - supply of ox bile. On returning, he erything Lancaster and Garrard county It is pretty certain that the arrest of splendid catch. Death Lays It's Icy Hand Upon Cyrus M. fancy and goes back among his family wa3 struck by an incomj For Assessor. in the way of amusement, the guilty party will be made pretty tra; an(, has offered traditions for many generations. Gar-- , knied. The raiIroad Moberly, Robbing The County Of now is the time to reciprocate, patron soon, as there has not been a robbery track was the DAVE C. SANDERS. Mr. Eubank Has Accident. county has long watched his ca- - nearest route from the rard committed in Lancaster in years but ize them liberally. strect car Hne One Of It's Most Upright And reer with pride and shall continue to do 10 the slaughterhouse. To a what the perpetrator was speedily ap Mr. Crit Eubank while going from For Scbool Superinlendant. no the Danville we predict that he will grow ed boy raiiroad tracks and prehended and this case will prove "Culley" Henry Holds Reunion. are not danger Fair one day last week Influential Citizens. MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. exception to the rule. prominent in tne diplomatic corps ur. ous. In this case the noise of a lone met with an accident which came near Mr. Cyrus M. Moberly of Stone in til he shall come to be recognized as freight train Mr. C. R.Henry held a family reunion overhead must have kept resulting disastrously. While near the the northern part of the county died at one of the most prominent of our for- him from hearing Now. More Precious Than Gold-J- ust For Magistrate. at his residence in this county on the the train from beresidence of Mr, Jake Robinson on the his home on last Saturday night after eign emissaries. Cth inst, which was a unique affair in hind. 1st District. There are many good ponds in Garrard Stanford and Danville pike, he came an illness which has extended over a that the guests provided their own "Ox bile is one of the means of deupon a woman and child and in an effort JOHN N. WHITE. repast, and those who are acquainted county, perhaps not as many as there to avoid striking them he lost control considerable period. His death was tecting disease germs. It must be Last Call To Water Consumers. 2nd District. with th e Henry family know that they should be, or will be after this long of his machine which raninto a telephone due to Bright's disease. fresh. To get it, is one of the unpleasdrought, but the most noticeable, ISON. LOGAN After funeral services at the late 1 have been giving careful attention ant duties of an assistant in the pure did not partake of a light lunch. There pole by the roadside, the machine were present Mr. D. S. Murry and perhaps because it is closest to town, is turned over and Mrs. Eubank who was home by Revs. Scrivener and Tinder of late to our water supply, and I find food laboratory. All during the sumWe are authorized to announce the family of Tuscola Ills., Messrs John the one on the Richmond pike belonging on the front seat was thrown over the his remains were brought to Lancaster that there is a very perceptible decrease mer while others may take vactions, and Dave Henry of this county and to Dr. Wm. Burnett. This pond is on wind shield and received severe and for interment at 1 o'clock on Monday of the volume of water in the lake; the pure food work is heaviest. following candidates for city offices. It is their families, James R. Henry and the old Conn place and converges into painful bruises about the face. Mrs. afternoon. He is survived by his wife still with judicious use, I believe there the season when the closest watch For Police Judge. family of Madison and Mr. E. B. Creech the public highway, and just atpresent W. K. Warner and Miss Nell Bourne and three children, Will and John Mob- is ample for the use of the city, pro- must be kept over the milk and farmeis Each is proving a God send to the people in erly of Kansas and Mrs Johnston vided we have rain within a reasonable from all sections send water to know and family of Madison county. E. W. HARRIS. miles and Annie Lee Eubanks and Joe Warner Speaks of this county. filled basket, that neighborhood for many length of time. This of course we are about typhoid. All connected with the of the guests took a well J. P. PRATHER. who were on the rear seat were also Cyrus M. Moberly was born in Madi- unable to tell and it therefore behooves laboratory are happy and wrapped up and several of them suggested that as around, who drive their stock there for thrown out but were uninjured, as was son county Ky and was in his 63d year us to be as economical as possible with in their work. Every fall, when the Cully was so well provided otherwise water, and scarcely an hour passes but Mr. Eubank. The car was practically is at the time of his death. He came to what water we have. I have also ob- work is over and vital statistics chartFrom the American Press Associa- for housekeeping, it would be advisable that some one not seen hauling water uninjured. pond. The pond covers this county in his young manhood days served very carefully the manner in ed, they can see their inspections and tion we are offered free plate matter for him to secure for himself a helpmate from this is telling all about Mr. John M. Camden's to look after the culinary department several acres and about ten feetdeep Garrard County Boy Marries In Knoxville, and in 1871 was married to Miss Nannie which the water is being used and I examinations translated into fewer in the middle. In the wet season it E. Wall, a daughter of the late Wil- know just exactly how each consumer deaths and, however small the pay, Barbecue, which be is going to give to of his establishment. often runs over the pike, and many The following of interest to Garrard liam Wall, and she together with the whose name is upon my books treats however much misunderstood many the farmers of Kentucky. The Lexthere are who will complain of this, but county people is taken from the Pin children above mentioned are left to the water. Some use water as if there times by the very public Ham Aldridge. ington Herald is also sending out for whom they the damage done to the pike is small, nacle News, Middlesboro:- mourn the loss of husband and father. was an unlimited supply at their com- work, however disagreeable the task marked copies of that good paper conMiss Mattie Pearl Ham and Mr, very small in comparison with the good Mr. Moberly was a good citizen in mand, they sprinkle at all hours and an of continually asking the dairymen ami "Reid Lear, stenographer for the taining a double column editorial on Eugene Aldridge secured marriage noble body of water is doing at Yellow Creek Coal Co., went down to everything that the word implies, he unnecessary amount of it, they leave food dealers to clean up and remove the barbecue in which it incidentally license in Lancaster on Wednesday af- this Knoxville Monday morning and was was a member of the Christian church the sprinkling to children who have no causes of contamination, there is an expresses the hope that Mr Camden ternoon and immediately left by auto- present. quietly married to Miss Elizabeth Pal- and a' zealous worker in behalf of his idea as to how much water is being exhilarating pleasure when the hard.hot will be a candidate for United States mobile for Lexington, where in the Moss-Act- on. . 1. ....,..., -.- .v. -- .. ......... uul. ... mer, of Linnues, Mo., who has been church, he was mainly instrumental in iiaarl anfl all U7lfh fho laa ttiof if i. ' BiifHm..'na .wwii :13 over anu tney see a Senator. Now if Mr. Camden wishes parlors of the Phoenix hotel they were ouuiiuei this summer the guest of her aunt the erection of the church at Scott's unknown to the authorities. Upon the substantial victory over disease health, to run for the Senate he has a perfect made man and wife. The happy couple Miss Linnie Moss and Dr. J. M. Acton, here "Young Higgard was only an under-ver- y right to do so, but he will not find left at once for Kansas City Mo. both of this city, were married at the Mrs. Thos. Atkinson, and later went Fork, and but for his efforts many other hand many of our citizens are judicious in the use of the water, ' graduate in the University, a bottle many Kentucky farmers Easaus who where they will reside. They were lesidence of Rev.W. E. Ellis in Coving- to visit her sister, Mrs. Dortch Camp- times this church would have ceased to are willing to sell out for a cup of accompanied to Lexington by Miss ton on Wednesday morning August 6th bell, at Knoxville. It was a simple exist, but giving liberally of both his and adhere strictly to the laws govern- - j washer and laboratory helper in the burgoo. However, we do not believe Bessie Layton and Messrs William the ceremony being performed by Rev. parsonage affair, free from ostentation. time and means he has saved it to be- ing its use, but in order, to protect the j pure food laboratory. He was as yet Mr. '.Camden is seeking to buy the Layton and Paml Turner, the latter Beagle, who was conducting a meeting The groom returned on the evening come a power of good in the commun- town in case of emergency or fire, un- - only a high private in the rear ranks Senatorship, the Governorship, nor being a friend of the groom from Kan- near Covington. Thelicensewas secur- Southern train and has been at work ity. Living in a remote part of the der the recently enacted ordinance, I of the American army of public health, ' any other office, though some of his sas City. ed and all arrangements were made for" every day since just the same as if county, he yet took a keen interest in will be compelled to ask the Mayor to He was killed in the line of duty, the the welfare of both the county and its cut off the water supply unless there ' disagreeable duty of carrying ox bile friends would leul people to believe so. Miss Pearl Ham is a daughter of Mr the ceremony before the contracting nothing out of the usual had occured. Whether he has an ax to grind or not, and Mrs Ben Ham of Hyattsville and parties left Lancaster. The bride is a The secret leaked out last nightwhen citizens, and was ever ready to aid and is a marked decrease shown in the j from an out of the way slaughter houre . V. n M4 A4t t AT Y?PO rAV IIPill flnlli he is doing a great big thing for the is an accomplished and popular young popular young woman, a sister of Messrs a phone message to the night editor of assist in any movement for their bet- ounuiininaKiwruuiuij. i uisiiKe ( to De usea in detecting disease germs and lady. The groom is a son of Mr. and W. B., Silas and Rufus Moss of thi3 The Pinnacle News from Knoxville terment. A kind and accommodating very much to be compelled to take this in the every day food and drinks so farmer and farming interests, needs rather the praise and commenda-- . Mrs M G Aldridge formerly of this county, and a daughter of the late confirmed the marriage. Mrs. Lear is neighbor, he long since won the love step, but I will be compelled to do it that unsanitaiy conditions might be don of the people than the spreading county but now residing in Texas and Reuben Moss. The groom is a well expected in the city Saturday, when and esteem of those who surrounded unless there is a marked improvement corrected and others might live. If of the report that he is working for is a nephew of Mr. Raymond Haselden known Lancaster physician. will make their home and many a person in that neighborhood in the manner in which the water pri- it were ever a solace to a mother tha They the newly-wed- s his own selfish ends. of Lancaster; he is connected with the crossed to Cincinnati and after spend- with Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Atkinson on can recall some good deed or favor at vileges are treated at once. I shall her soldier doy died in line of duty, Water & Light Co. in Kansas City ing several days in 'that and nearby 21 street. The bride and groom hayc the hands of "Cy" Moberly. An up- not call the attention of the people to then may it be solace to a widowed Now that we are in the midst of a and has a lucrative position. The wed- cities. Dr. Acton purchased a handsome the best wishes of a large following of right, christian gentleman, true friend, this matter again, as I have already mother in Winchester that htr bright, , clever neighbor and devoted husband done so several times, and the next clean boy was struck, not while joy severe drought, the most severe in ding will come as a great surprise not Maxwell roadster'and the happy couple friends in this city." The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. and father, his death is a severe blow step will be to cut off the water, which riding or spending'a loafing summer, years, and certainly the most costly, it only to the friends but even to the returned to Lancaster in their machine -JPF lis not an unusual thing to see farmers nearest relatives of the contracting on last Monday morning and are receiv B. M. Lear of Paint Lick and his Gar- to the entire county, and the entire step I hope will not become necessary. but while performing his part of a send hearty citizenry will join' the Record in word3 service that is making Kentucky Respectfully, ' cleaning out old pools and water holes parties. TheRecord tenders heartiest ing the hearty congratulations. of their rard county-friend- a many friends. of condolence at his loss. L. E. Herron, Supt. healthier State." and making use of every known device congratulations. The Central Record have "prepared for war in time of incorporated. peace" and made these preparations $1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. against such a contingency. Droughts in this section are coming to be very J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. usual affairs, in fact we have one more or less severe every summer, and the R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. sooner the farmers make preparations Entered at the Tost Office lu Lancaster, Ky., to guard against them, the sooner may Mall Matter. as Secoud-Clasthey expect to have a good ;supply of Kentucky Press Association summer stock' water. There are many Member days of idleness that could be utilized and in boring wells, damming streams, Eighth District Publishers League. building pools and making such preparations as conditions will admit for Lancaster, Ky., August 15, 1913. saving from the winter rains and snows enough good water to prevent a scarcity Rates For Political Announcements during the dry season. It is only a this will For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 matter of a short time when become necessary, why not begin now. 10.00 or County Offices 15.00 For State and District Offices 10 The drought is not purely a local For Calls, per line 10 affair, in fact while the local conditions per line For Cards, are bad enough, they are as nothing For all publications in the intercompared with conditions other places. of individuals or expresest In Kansas, one of the principal corn sion of individual views, per 10 growing states, the corn is an entire line 05 failure, the stalks not even containing Obituaries, per line enough sustenance to be useful for However, the people of that announce the silage. We are authorized to state of many troubles, are taking the following Democratic Nominees. matter philosophically, and are consoling themselves that thay had a bountiFor State Senator. ful wheat harvest, that theirhaymows are full to overflowing, and any way CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. things might have been worse. Of Casey County. s Local colored people are preparing for a big dance every night during their Fair. The dances are to be held at the old post office building on Lexington street. Good music has been secured and the best of order is promised. The colored fair this year promises to be a record breaker. There were 59 tickets sold here Sunday for the Cincinnati excursion. It was thought that when the news came that the "lid was on" in Cincinnati that the stream of tourists would diminish frcm the dry section, but it seems they are willing to go and take the chances. I 19-2:- uP-w- ill i ! s .... er . ! an ' j ,V,t M.l .vlv. ' ( -"- "" " j T?Y 1 jt: - jf H - . -- rf V I il The Central Record, Friday, Aug 15, 1913. Page 3 What To Do with A tute Drunken Man Or A ISorphin e User Or .Tobacco Addict. Cheap Cures. Take him directly to Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Kentucky, which is the only Kecley Instiin Kentucky or Tennessee. There the man will be given a splendid room, a trained nurse will be placed in charge of him and he will be cared for like a king. When the course of treatment is completed he will have lost all desire for liquor or drugs and will he ready to start life anew. 400,000 men and women cuied, 25,000 of whom are Physicians. We have a large comfortable, convenient and private institute, with all modern conveniences. Our Medical Department. Our Physician in charge is a specialist in the treatment of Drug and Liquor habits, and does no other practice. The medical work both in the examination and treatment of patients, is of the most painstaking character. The nurses are especially qualified for this class of cases. The whole atmos-phtr- e 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." REV. JENKIN LLOYD JONES, Chicago. Broad verandas, large, rooms with elcctiie lights, hot and culd baths; uko fitted up and arranged so as to combine the advantage of easy elegant seclusion with the most cheerful and home-lik- e surroundings. Both ladle's and gentlemen are admitted. "It becomes my duty 32 years in operation and still the best. Patients are not confined. Patients are not nauseated, nor made ill. The Kecley Treatment has now been before the public for more "The Keeley Cure has saved where nothing It has on it the else under Heawn would mark of the approval of the Lord God Almighty." REV. T. DEWITT TALMAGE. K " ' m iii Hill Mllil "I desire to express my gratification with results ot the Keeley Cure on those of my troop who have taken it, as well as on other old and good soldiers in other troops that I have known for years. It is noticeable that those requiring and taking the treatment are the very best soldiers in my command." CAPT. EZRA B. FULLER, 7th Cavalry Commanding Troop E. "I tested this cure: I selected a half dozen of the toughest products of alcoholism which the Chicago sa- ..t have sent two hundred 0f my employes, loons had been able to turn out, and the drunken-mak- from butchers to foreman, and all have been per-:- h . , . ,. , manently cured. (From a personal letter to Dr. . ., .... .1 i :. i iii' i i . riiir f i 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 Kceley's treatment for alcoholism and opium." HON. JOSEPH MF.DILL. Lale Editor Chicago Tribune 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. III. The treatment removes the poison, builds up the nerves, improves manhocd 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 and Tobacco patients require 2 to 4 weeks. Price for four weeks' treatment for either Liquor or Drug $100. Keeley Treatment for Tobacco or Cigarette habit, $50 for two weeks at Crab Orchard, Ky., Keeley Institute. Home Treatmant for Tobacco addiction, $o per pair. for Keeley Home Treatment Neurasthenia or Nerve Exhaustion, ?8 bottles.) per pair Board is additional, $7.50 pet week. Skillful nurses in attendance. Charitable Societies send men here. That's real charity. Big contractors send their employes )2.8-oun- 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. i! - hci'e. " It pays. The best Lodges send men to cured. That's true brotherhood Do 'V r it nov. est JJV" ' I know it does save them, is God's truth tha'. I take thedeep- interest in the Keeley Cure, and so long as I shM rais" m v,'Ice in its efiica- I know "It is because it The wealthy men and Doctors come themselves. Shows what they think. 4 HOTELS- -4 vtig UT, UEV J0HN siiANLEY. Rishop of North Dakota. The Keeley Institute Address J. B. Willis, Manager. CRAB ORDHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. MANSE. Mrs. Mary Ham mack is verj ill. Mm. Grover Gastineau was the guest of Mrs. John Beazley, Sunday. Mrs. E. G. Hammack and children are visiting her father in Whitley Co. Mrs. Minnie Ross of Crab Orchard is visiting her mother Mrs. Amelia Ros3. Light airy connecting rooms. Capacity 500 guests. ?100.G00briek building. 85 acres Shady Woodland. Finest in the Suuth hot and eold shower and tub baths. Boating, hunting and fishlake 18 lcet deep. ing. A four-acr- e 1 miles from Dix liver. 70 ft. solid concrete bathing pool Gland Ball room, Electric light and ice plant. Long distance phone, four daily trains, express, free auto gaiage, liery in connection. Reduced rates on all railroads. Bus meets all trains, two each way daily. Fine band, in summer. It, Lincoln County, Ky., on Knoxville branch L. & N., 115 mi'es from Louisville, 60 miles from Lexington, 139 miles south of Cincinnati: Special Railroad Rates. mbbk ter Mrs. McQuerry at Valley View one ! m..unsti.TiMaiar!" pgrerwrciR'TrTg f rftr&XZ l . Mr. and Mrs. Claude Archer visited their sister Mrs. Tiller Green at Car-tersvi- Sunday. Mrs. R. F. Parsons and daughter Miss Myrtle were pleasant guests of Mrs. Chas. Dillon and Miss Georgia. day last weak. Miss Elizabeth Murphy left Sunday for an extended visit to relatives in Indianapolis and Shelbyville Ind. Mr. Benton Fielder of Estill county has returned to his home after a most delightful visit to Mr. Sam Morgan's of this place. Robert Murphy had two valuable horses killed by lightning last Thursday, one good work horse and a three year old colt. Mr. Clint Ross and wife from III are visiting his mother. They are talkii g ot making Ky their home as Clint declares there is no place like old Ky. STANFORD. Miss Kate D Raney left Tuesday to attend the Perryville fair. Misses Mary Raney and Efiie Baugh-ma- n attended the Danville fair. Don't forget the Stanford K of P Fair next week Aug 20, 21 and 22. Mr and Mrs Harry Stagg of Knoxville Tenn are the guests of Mrs Jessie Stagg. Dr H L Casey of Danville was in town Monday shaking hands with his many friends. Miss Lucile Flowers of Louisville is the attractive guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Florence. Mr and Mrs Jim Beazley of Lancaster were in town Monday, the guests of Mrs W W Hays. past week has returned to her home at McKinney. Miss Bessie Shugars has returned to her home at Richmond after a short stay with her brother and family Mr and Mrs W K Shugars. Pof and Mrs W'O Hopper of Mt. Sterling and Rev W" II Hopper of Burnside are the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs Geo Hopper.. Miss Nell Moore has returned to her home in Frankfort after a pleasant visic to Miss Elizabeth Hunn. Master Carl Hunn returned with her to be the guest of his aunt Mrs Lena Compte. Crab Orchard. pxipy. Cord Manuel bought a calf from Sam Tankersley for $20. PARISIAN SAGE FOR THE HAIR John Murphy bought a calf from Mr. Minefee McQuerry for $1C. Rev. Joe Payne of Barboursville is visiting his brother Mr. John Payne. Mr. John Groose of Knox county is visiting his uncle Mr. F. T. Chadwell of this place. Mrs. Lythia Hammack left Sunday to visit her father Mr. John Hammack of Pine Knot. Mrs. George Beazley visited her sis Miss Kate Davis Raney has returned home after spending a few days at the Unsightly matted colorless scraggy Crab Orchard Springs. hair made fluffy soft abundant and Mr and Mrs John Shanks and Mrs radiant with life at once. Use Parisian W C Shanks are visiting Mrs H K Sage. It comes in 50c bottles. The first application removes dandruff, Bourne at New Castle. stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair, takes Miss?s Maud and Lillie Perrin of away the dryness and bri ttleness, increases the beauty of the hair, making it wavy Anderson Ind'are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. W B O'Bannon. and lustrous. Everyone needs Parisian Sage. Miss Isabel! Reynolds who has been the guest of Miss Elizabeth Hunn the R. E. McRoberts & Son. Crab Orchard is i.i a whirl of gavetie3. Every body is having agood time and all prolonging their stay at dear Old Crab Orchard. The Cake Walk last Saturday night by the dining room boys was quite an amusing feature of the week. Friday nights ball was one of the largest of the season, the ball room being a scene of beauty and grace, the ladies displaying soma beautiful gowns, such as one might see at tne most f shitnable resorts. The Misses Clark of Lexington E. Roberson, Memphis. A. E. Cousins. Va. Kelly Green, Mt. Sterling. Dr. Sam South, Key West Fia. Dr. Joe. Graham and wiff , Savannah, Ga. J. W. Williams and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams Mt. Sterling. R. R. Cooper Big Stone Gap. Georgia T. ilunroe, Panama. Mrs. Anna Engleman and daughters, Mr. The ladies enjoyed Mrs. Lehmans Earl Coleman, Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. Five Hundred party given on Monday James Neale. Miss Mattie TribbK morning from ten to twelve o, clock. Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hut sell Mrs. Lehman and Mrs. Withrop again and Miss Mary Crutcher, Winchester. entertaining on Saturday evening with a delightful Dutch lunch in honor of Mrs. Letcher's bfrthday, when twelve County Court Days. school friends met for the first time in several years. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Card parties every morning on the Frankfort. 1st. Monday. vercool, shady lawn and on the wide Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. andas, for every stage in life there is Lexington, 2nd. Monday. no one is left idle unsomething doing, Stanford, 2nd.Moi.day. less it is through choice. Every space Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. in the dining room is filled and beds Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. are being placed in ball room and parlor Danville, 3rd. Monday. for a few who still come and will put Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Mondas' up with inconveniences until some one Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. leaves. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. The following are among some of the Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. Mrs. Frazee and latest arrivals. ! LANCASTER"! 4th. Moi.day. daughter, Mrs. Chas. Mihvard ai.d daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Respass Winchester, 4th. Monday. I and family, Lexington, Mr. A. C. Cole, Monticello. 4th. Monday. 'wite and mother Cincinnati Ohio. W. Versailles. 4th. Monday. entertained with cards Friday morning Mutiroe, of Panama. The game was a very lovely one and the prizes were awarded to Mrs. Kackler of Louisville, first and lone hand, and Mr. Alfred McCredy of Louisville. in honor of Niss Geoigia Mr. Farmer Do You Own a Pure Bred Boar? If not, why not? Try one of my Durocs and watch your profits Jrow My sprinj 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. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call and see my herd. Phone 3G3-ed B. F. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. 3I P tG DO DC HE 3E 3E 3E 3ME DE 3E DE 3E HE 3E nriririF OF A s tanf ord, Ky. Aug. 20, New Amphitheatre. ' - 21 and 22 iririrlfiririJ .. .- Big Premium List. "New Floral Hall. Preparations Made for the Biggest Fair in the History of Lincoln County. " " -- ! .: . ..-- .. " ii .. ir .. .. iri irrni .. .. n .. 1. -- V t :- ! v -: C, rage 4 s. S.r.,.a",vt:r - 'The Central Record, Friday, Aug IS, m,rit)nrTmJK-At 191 3. H H DAIN MOWER. i 30,000 Voices! Lancaster And Many Are The Voices Of People. DIBk HPCSv 9Km2 Your account is due. We need the money. Please settle now. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. fCBliJlajllliiiIl ;lCMlBiISfPJi ft To My Friends I 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., sajs: "Neaily every spring I use Doan'b 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 remedy-a- sk distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mr. Brummett had the remedy backed by home testimony, 50c all stores. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Props,, Buffalo, N. Y. "When Your Back is Lame Remember the Name." The Mocking Bird. B H H BH' K AND Valuable At Pers o ULl&llj y T" 5 Public Sale ToThe HI With its scores or divas and prima donnas whose singing has charmed millions both at home and in ' the foreign world, still America's most reI am back home again for nowned singer is the common mocking a while, after a seven bird. And one need not dress in the finery of precious cloths and jewels and months tour through the spend a small fortune to be in the auadvertising and South dience when this great singer is giving a concert; but in the quietness of the selling my Indian Rememost humble home one may sit Jfor My trip was a hours in the evening and hear its indies comparable melodies. selling great success, And this bird seems never to grow tired. After listening to its song in more medicine,doing more DAKOTA JACK, the evening and leaving it that it may The North Western Cow Hoy. advertising and getting rest as its audience, one may awaken better resullshan ever. I am getting hundreds of letters, E any hour of the night and the whole air will still be flooded with its music. testimonials and praises from all over the United States in In the daytime, too, it may be heard My remedies are all on sale and regard to my remedies. mimicking the notes of all the birds always will be at Sometimes it of its neighborhood. even learns to imitate the sounds of E. Stormes, and R. E. McRoberts & Son, the barnyard and the household. Lancaster, Ky. All over the United States this great singer is found. It prefers to live near the habitation of men, and for their protection it pays with its songs. It is Pursley's Indian Herbs that's making my name famous all fortunately so, for ornithologists tell over the United States, for Blood, Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver us that it does not earn protection, as Stomach, nervous and female troubles. A 45 days treatment 1.00. many other birds do, by destroying Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment for all pain and deafness price 25 cts per pottle. Dakota Jack's Creme Soap for human and is insectsfood isgrubs. The greater part of its skin, shaving, shampooing and bath 3 cakes 25 cts. of fruit, and most of the cultivated varieties are attacked. The 12M &&&W( good it does outside, of its singing does not repay for its damage. No gorgeous gowns for this great singer. It wears only grays, an ashen-gra- y on the upper parts of its body, with its wings and tail nearly black and its breast covered with grayish white. It is about ten inches long, the Victoria Sh'ugta Imptriil 5Mn OrUntjISMngU I Mfl SLltt tail making up half of its length. Even in confinement the mocker is a masterly performer, and formerly thousands were caged and sold, but this practice The four designs of Cortright Metal Shingles as shown above are his been largely stopped by protective made in any of the following ways: laws. 1 and painted Red. e Of all the tributes to the mocking . Stamped from e and painted Green. bird, none is so widely known as that 2. Stamped from g process. and Galvanized by a e 3. Stamped from of the poet Longfellow. He is telling Galvanized Sheets. of Evangeline's wandering down the 4. Stamped from special Mississippi in search of her lover. All Each and every genuine Cortright Metal Shingle is embossed with this " Cortright Reg. U. S. Pat. Off." Trade-marthe world is wrapped in the magic 6 beauty of evening. For Sale by Then from a neighboring thicket the Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street, mocking bird, wildest of all singers, Swinging aloft on a willow spray that Philadelphia, Pa. hung o'er the water. Shook from his little throats such floods 3C 3C 3CZ1C of delirious music That the whole air and the woods and the waves seemed silent to listen, Plaintive at firstwere the tones and sad; then soaring to madness Seemed they to follow or guide the revel of frenzied Bacchantes, Single notes were then heard, in sorrowful, low lamentation; Till, having gathered them all, he flung them abroad in derision. I Garrard County. As Executrix of Nixon Perkins, Deceased, I will sell to the highest bidder on Thursday, September 4 out-buildin- gs f J. Pursley's Indian Herbs Jg(eftYy0y7 'amgiiigiii 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 conveniences, with all necessary in good repair, located near Marksbury in Garrard county on the Lancaster, Nicholasviile 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. 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 IHl;ad?rtii Tin-plalTin-platTin-plattight-coatk, hand-dippin- stock raising on account of the abundance of water on ail 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 filiy bv 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 fin 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. Terms made known on day of sale- - Dinner served on the grounds. For further information call en E. W. Perkins, Lancaster, Ky. Or Suffered Eczema Fifty Years -- Now Well. jti Parlors at the ICE PLANT Open On Sunday ???? Seems a longtime to endure the awful e 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. Kennev writes:' "I cannot 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. skin-diseas1-- m Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. MRS BELLE PERKINS,J EXECUTRIX. MARKSBURY, KENTUCKY. OUR PLAN of selling Direct to You enables us to save you School Books We are headpuarters for School Books and all School supplies. I . PLATW00D Furr sold five lambs to W. L. Lawson that weighed 99 lbs. each for W. H. and Every Evening 1L 3IZ3EZ3EZ3I: 3L 3C Schulz's Cut Flowers All Orders Filled Promptly. cents a pound. Buck McQuerry with his wife and mother have gone to Indiana on a visit to friends and relatives. I Mrs. Bessie Fields of Fleming Co. who has been visiting relatives in this vicinity has returned home. Mr. G. H. Hammonds has bought Mr. Flannerys farm. He sold the farm to Mr. Flannery, and has now bought it back. We did not learn the price. 6 . 4S -. $& nnni- - cu & the cost you would P vaJ XVL suai signs as ours. Tf !? A TflC lUVHC-IIdI IMA. ll T t" ex-1. ae- - McRoberts LANCASTER Drug Store. Our Monuments are Exclusive They are designed by artists of ability, created by artisans the greatest skill and executed with faithful attention of to detail and delicacy of sentiment the monuments on arrival and if fUFStuP ?I0NEY E COLORED Tbe Best Pain Killer. and Floral . Designs. Give us a Trial. Lancaster, Kentucky. 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 immediately remove all pain. E. E. Chamberlain of Clinton. Mo savs: "It robs cuts and other injuries of their terrors. As a healing remedy its eaual don't exist." Will do good for you. Onlv 25c. at ' W. R. E. McRoberts & Son. . This is Just What we Offer. Write for our beautifully illustrated catalog of exclusive designs. IB AUGUST 28th, 29th and 30th, '13 H. Harris, President. " Jerry Doty, Secretary Consumers' Monument Comoanv. " Ground, Georgia.. I I - ?r. it ' ,fTi f The Central Record, Friday, Aug. IS, 191 n Pasf6 5 OUR EXPENSE L Oil Days Mothers! Have Your Children Worms. Protect The Heart From Rheumatism, Rheuma Purifies The Blood And TRY SOLACE AT Are they feverish, restless; nervous, irritable, dizzy or constipated? Do they con tinually pick their nose or grind their teeth? Have they cramping pains, irregular and ravenous appetite? These are all signs of worms. Worms not only cause your child suffering, but stunt its mind and growth. Give "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 oiv child is mads happy and healthy, as nature intended. All druggist or by mail, 25c, Kickapoo Indian Medicine Company Philadelphia, Pa. St Louis, Mo Money Back for any case of Throws Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Solace Fails To l&&&?pg& &as&s&m&tomm. that "SSf Off Complicating Diseases. Remove. JIAItKSBUKl'. Mrs Ed Clark was quite sick first of the week. 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J fi DO TYPEWRITER USERS REALIZE The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1913 as far as reported. Officers of fairs aie GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. requested to' report to us any omissions David Burdett, By etc et alPIaintiffs, or corrections of dates: Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, Aug, Bessie Davidson, et al, Defendants. G days. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at 11 Mt. Vernon, Aug, C 3 days. the June Term, 1913, the undersigned Winchester, Aug, G 3 days. Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House Door in Berea July 30- -3 days. Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or Fern Creek (Buechel), Aug, 12- -1 thereabouts, on days MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1913, Leitchfield, Aug 123 days. it being the first day of the Garrard Henderson, Aug, 125 dajs. County court term.the real estate menBroadbead, Aug, 133 days. tioned in the pleadings and describPerryville, Aug, 133 days. ed as follows. Vanceburg, Aug. 13 1 days. Said land is in Garrard County, Kentucky, on the Lexington pike about 4 Hardinsburg, Aug. 193 days. miles North of Lancaster and bounded Lawrenceburg, Aug, 19 4 days. as follows: Beginning at a corner of Shepherdsville, Aug. 194 days. C. A. Robinson's hog lot; thence North Columbia, Aug. 19 1 days. about 100 yards to the middle of the Nicholasville, Danville and Lancaster Erlanger, Aug. 20 1 days. turnpike road, (called above Lexington Stanford, Aug. 203 days. pike) ; thence East with the middle of Ewing, Aug. 213 days. the pike about 125 yards; thence South Eminrnce, Aug, 213 days. about 100 yards with Kemper line to the point of beginning, containing Elizabethtown, Aug. 2C 3 days. about 1 acre of land more or less, beShelbyville, Aug. 264 days. ing in the shape of a triangle and the London, Aug. 2G 4 days. same land conveyed to D. P. Burdett Nicholasville, Aug. 263 days. by J. B. Kemper by deed dated FebruFlorence, Aug. 274 days. ary 12, 190G and recorded in the Clerks office of the Garrard County Court in Germantown, Aug 274 days. Deed Book 21, page 459. Paris, Sept. 2- -5 days! The purpose of this sale is to divide days. Alexandria, Sept. the proceeds arising therefrom among days. Fulton, Sept. the parties herein and named in the petition as their rights may appear. days. Frankfort, Sept. 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 Tomkinsville, Sept. days. required to execute bond, with approved security, for the purchase days. Franklin, Sept. price, due in six months, bearing six Hodgenville, Sept. days. per cent interest per annum from date days. Monticello, Sept. until paid, having the force and Morgantown, Sept. 113 days. effect of a judgment, upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Falmouth, Sept 10 4 days. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, finrmrr" Circuit Court, and a lien will reserved upon all the property sold Sept. 15- -6 days. be Scottsville. Sept. 183 days. until all the purchase money is paid. Horse Cave, Sept. 211 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. days. Murray, Oct. days. Elkton, Oct. days. Hopkinsville, Oct. Mayfield, Oct, days. VS. Commissioner's Sale Of Land. hand adjustments on the ordinary machines? how much time is lost through needless Kentucky Fair Dates. Do you 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? i riiKlUHEUSVlLLE. Mr. George W. Naylor vi sited his brother, Mr. John Naylor. Mr. W. C. Blankenship and family visited at Mr. John Naylor's Sunday. I 6rab Orchard Springs X (fPUm'!!!"" -- , "! l. ?i. i n p ... . - - ji? -- isa litjjfl ihl,u . '!!If!!WHftl'!ll ,Mii 6 X PLEASURE, HEALTH and REST RESORT. ''mi'1'' III 'I'', ' in s mi vi l' , it 11 u: 1, R ATES$8. $IO. and $12. a week Master Joe Cress has returned from the Cress family reunion at Cincinnati. Your correspondent visited Mr. Mrs. J. S. Turpin at Stanford Tuesday. and at - "l WfM""'-'S- last 8 Jno, S. Robinson, Pres. j J. B. Willis, Secty-Trea- s. Miss Ruby Cress has returned home from a visit to Miss Lela Cress Little &M5m raV- V.-- - 'VtfSSd vs. t E&v.nft v i"J iliiiii ' '' ii : !j I'H'i jr w-- i3! i..ii4iM VJ3& e wQw.Mww.3 fyfrfcratO of Monticello. Mr. Fred Dyehouse bought some corn of Mr. L. K. Perkins, of Garrard at 3.75 per barrel. THE COLUMN SELECTOR of the Model 10 REMINGION eliminates these hand adjustments absolutely A single touch on one of the SELECTOR KEYS brings the carriage instantly to the exact point on every line here the w nting is to be done. KOOO0oe0 ooooee(cox Rev. G. W.Crutchfield, of Richmond, Ky; preached at the M. E. church Wednesday night. Mr. Menefee Elmore who recently got his foot mashed in a hay baler, is able to get about. And this is only one of the many labor saving features of the REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee and Ky., is spei.dmg the summer with Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Roberts. Mrs. John Bell and little son, Mabrian, of Corbin, are visiting her father, John Naylor and family. Messrs George Naylor and John Naylor visited their brother, Mr. Daniel Naylor, near Hyattsville. Judge W. R. Cres3 and brother, Andrew, of Monticello, visited Mr. and Mss. J. M. Cress and family. Mrs. John Cummins and handsome little bon, Earl, of Lawrenceburg, were visiting at Mr. H. G. Cummins last week. Mrs. H. G. Cummins who has been so ill. is slowly improving mch to the Miss Edith Pitchie of Walton, save yon money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, or Stock Certifimis- Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds 25 25 24 24 34 33 34 43 93 94 RE I Visible Models 10 and 11 Illustrated booklet sent on request Remington Typewriter (Incorporated) NQT 0 N Typewriter Company cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. Put your valuable papers in one of 131 South Ave. Louisville. Ky. our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. The Garrard Bank EZ9H & Trust Company surprise of all and the great joy of friends. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Mr. Tom Lunsford and wife will move this week to keep house for Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carpenter, whose youngest daughter married recently. 14 14 23 66 84 Kentucky State Fair oc PTEBIBEB 15 to 20, 1913 9 Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. A. K. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Prea't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Our new school building is rapidly being erected by J. A. Allen and Co. of Official Directory Of Garrard County. Stanford. Mr. J. T. Blankenship of A. Hardin. that city is foreman. Messrs Smith, Circuit Jndge Hon. ClianesHon. Emmet Tur- CommoiiH ealtha Attorney Barnett and Cormney, of Rowland and year. Tim Payne of this place are in the crew. Circuit Clerk William B.Mason. Mrs. Beulah Anderson, of Corbin, in a letter to her brother, Mr, W. E. Jordan, stated that she was aboard the passenger train recently wrecked near Livingston. Mrs. Anderson was severely shaken up and slightly bruised on the arm. MILLERSBURG FEMALE KY. COLLEGE The Kentucky State Fair will offer to the farmers and livestock exhibitors an oDnortunitv to exhibit the 'best products of their farms and best specimens off livestock and. to the women an opportunity to display their handiwork and cookery at the laid rair. tor which liberal premiums are offered. R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Master Commissioner V. II. Brown. Trustee Jury Fund BeuJ. F. Robinson. Olliclal Conrt Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby Mason. County Judge A. D. Ford. County Attorpey J. E. Robinson. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tomliuson. Corouer J, A. Jones. Sheriff George T. Ballard. Deputy SLeriff C. A. Robinson. Superlutendaut of Schools Miss Jennie 830,000 ill Premiums J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director 6-B- Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. IG DAYS-- 6 Reduced Eailroai Rates WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Satnual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Pcsey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Dinny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. For Information. Entry Blanks. Catalog. Etc, address J. L. 705 PAUL DENT, Secretary, LOUISVILLE Hig- - JONES BUILDING glrs. B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Book-Keepe- Prest. Eigney, As3't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANIZED 1S83. Assessor W. S. Carrier. Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. Jailer Jack Adams. An Attractive Home School For Girls. Supervisor ol Roads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer B. F. Hudson. Pupils are surrounded with an atmosMAGISTRATES. phere of culture, wholesome fellowship J. P. Bourne 1st, DIst. and safe religious environment. New Logan Ison 2nd, Dist. Harrison Ray 3rd, DIst. buildings combining all modern conven- James CoIdiron.4tn, Dist. iences. Health record unsurpassed. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Academic and College Entrance Cours- Cronley Broaddus. 1st. Dist. MILLERSBURG, and Embalmer Office Phone 3. Residence Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according: to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie "wTiite-Aloo- n, y Herbalist, for the treatment The of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. the Thousands of Testimonials. SCIENCE SOPE, for tho HuGreat man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Cov-boCOM-CEL-SA-E, h Citizens Capital $50,000. National Bank J OF LANCASTER, KY. Surplus $40,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Governmeru 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. es. Music Department under skilled artists trained in Germany, Lecture and Concert Course. Domestic Science. The growing popularity of the school is evidenced by the fact that a number of pupils were turned away last session for the lack of room to accommodate them. Expenses for board, tuition, etc. lower than other schools of like grade. Send for catalog and engage a room early. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. Millersburg, Ky. R.D. McMnrtr), 2nd. Dist. O. J. Hendren. 3rd. Dist. Thomas P. King, 4th. Dist. Phoenix Hotel J. M. SKAIN, Mgr. CITY OF LANCASTER. Mayor H. T. Logan. -City Judge E. W. Harris. Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky City Attorney R. H.Tomllnson. City Clrk II. K. Herudon. Better Than The Best, No Higher City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer D. A. Thomas. Than The Rest Chlel Felice L. E. Hcrron. COUNCILMEN. Distilled. Filtered Drinking Water. H.C. Hamilton. Parker Gregory. B. F. Walter. W. M. Zanone. KENTUCKY LEXINGTON. Wm. Herndon. a 8. Greenleal. Body-Toni- c. CHARLIE Tte Ccwloj Hahlist WHITE-MOO- N ORIGINATOR OF S CHETEJ1E IHD1M BEMEC.ES & Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N SCiSKE SOPE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky i r - - a- -., (I Page 6 MlHmMUMM0M00HO8 a The Central Record, Friday, Aug 15, 1913. w a GARBS. bv ' mshb l0OOMC0080OO0H0lC0a000(O0 Commissioner's Sale of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. CONTEST. Continued from Page 1. SCHEDULE OF VOTES R. M. BOURNE Prices Right. 354-A. Auctioneer. Good Service. Phone Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Op. Wm. D. Veterinary and Dentist. Office -- Pryor, Surgeon at Raineys Livery Stable. -- Kentucky Lancaster, CANDIDATES If you want to be elected jight, get SHAVED RIGHT and you will be right if you go to the right shop on Richmond street. The Old Reliable Barber. HENRY DUNCAN E. W. Morrow, Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Graduate Opticiai. W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Office Hours Residence Phone 220 Office-ov- er n.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug 8 tor. B- - F. "WALTER Lancaster, Ky DENTIST. Phone 65. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky Paint Lick, AT LIVINGSTON, KY. Monday and Tuesday. "Hours7-M. K. Denny and Office: . m A. Wheeler & Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Stormes Building ovei Hurt Ander son's Furniture Store. LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY John B. Creech, et al Plaintiffs, .VS. Eliza A. Creech, et al, Defendants. Pursuant 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 is hereinafter described, same being near Wallaceton and on Paint Lick Creek in Garrard County, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1913. the real estate mentioned in the pleadt: ings, and described as follows, The whole boundary being described herein, but there is to be deducted from same one third in quanity, quality and value, which will be cut off by Commissioners before the date of sale herein and a survev of the land sold on said date will be had in metes and bounds, and same will show the land cut off of the whole boundaries and the land sold. The whole boundary is in three tracts. Tract 1. Beginning at a water gate between A. J. Kidd and W. F. Kidd on Paint Lick Creek in Garrard Countv. Ky., thence down and with the mean ders of said creek to the conditional line between A. J. Kidd and Gaoree A. Ballard: thence with said line to the Gates line and with the Gates line down the creek to corner on East Bank. corner to the Gates heirs and Margaret Parks; thence with said Parks line, to a new corner Between A. J. Kidd and W. F. Kidd; thence with a new line made between them with a rail fence to a wire fence to a corner at a plank fence between A. J. Kidd and VV. F. Kidd, in the Anderson line; thence witn trie said ience and line between A. J. Kidd and W. F. Kidd to the beginning, containing about 81 acres. Tract 2. Beginning at a fence in the middle of the County Road corner to Margaret rarKs land; thence S 13J E. 227 feet S 21 E 300 feet S 131 E 420 feet S 52 E 478 feet to a noint in the middle of the said road, corner to W. F. Kidd and G. A. Ballard; thence im Ja E. witn land of A. J. Kidd to a new corner to line between W. F. Kidd and G. A. Ballard; thence 19? W 185G feet more or less to a new corner line between G. A. Ballard and Margaret Parks, line: thence S 69 W Parks line to the beginning, containing 69 acres more or less. Tract 3 In Madison County, Ky., Beginning at a corner near the gate on the West side of the pike; thence with the West side of the pike to G. A. Ballard's line; thence with Ballard's line and fence to Paint Lick creek: thence up said creek with its meanders to a water gap between A. J. and W. F. Kidd; thence with the line fence, a new line between said Kidds to the be ginning, containing 7 acres more or less. The purpose of this sale is to settle the estate of Jonathan Creech, deceased, and divide the proceeds arising therefrom among the parties entitled to receive the same. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the nur chaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, due in six and twelve months, bearing six per cent interest per annum from date until paid, each having the force and effect of a judgment, upon which execution may issue. payable to W. H. Brown, Master Com missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon all the property sold until all the purchase money is paid. W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. Wm. Herndon, Att'y for PIffs. to-wi- During this big vote offer, your subscriptions will bring the following votes. This is guaranteed to be the biggest and best offer of the contest. You will never be able to get more votes at any future time during the contest. NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS. 10 years ....T. Syears 5 years 3years....f 2 years 302,000 244,000 160,000 102,000 73.Q00 lyear OLD SUBSCRIPTIONS. 10 28,400 persuade others. Even the most REPORT OF THE CONDITION callous cannot fail to accord a certain OK THE amount of admiration to the plucky t competitor. After you have left, it is quite as likely as not that the recipient of your most recent heart to heart talk National Bank will tell his friends something like this: "Friends, if you haven't promised OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT THE your votes to 'anyone yet, I have a friend who deserves to win so give her Close of Business Aug 9th, 1913. the votes." That's the sort of an impression to leave behind. 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Send your name in today and be ready for the fray. Getyour complete equipment, a goodly supply of ammunition, plan your campaign and then go out and "engage the enemy". Take him prisoner and make him ransom himself with a year's subscription to the Central Record. He'll do it, cheerfully, when h5 finds that you mean business and intend to land one of the big prizes. There is some little misunderstanding as to where votes may be gotten in this contest. Subscriptions may te secured anywhere. Candidates are not confined to their districts or to the three districts. They may secure subscriptions anywhere that the mail will take them at the regular newspaper rate. No matter where the subscriptions come from if they are accompanied by the money, votes will be issued in accordance with the scale. LET YOUR FRIENDS KNOW. a. 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Subscribed and snoru to before me this I.'tli 1S1.1. let day of August 52. 1 ST s h ro Correct Attest: My Commission Lxpires January J. J. S. C. Denny. Notary Public. V.'. 1 eSHc The Centaur Compaxt, NEW YOKK. gpT?rareYiTfrefflHr-i Thirty Years lul. rrS3 e?ro J.S. Johnson ft. F. IIcd-oWtLiCFK. I.Wu 2ff v ) Directors Guaranteed under the toodc S S. Exact Copy of Wrapper. ro REPORT OF THE CONDITION THC CENTAUH COMPANY. ftKTf YOft CiTY. LEARNING One Lesson JUJUTSU. NATIONAL CNo 1 I BANK 03.) INSURE TREES Your Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES, TOBACCO Against There is nothing to be ashamed of in this contest. If you are going to be a candidate, be one. Don't place yourself on record as being in the "receptive" class. Any one of the prizes are well worth the time and effort it will require to win them. Active, aggressive, concentrated energy is the fabric of which success is woven, and so far as known there is no determined Columbus poking around in dark corners s. to discover concealed talent and Come out in the open and be a candidate with all your heart. Let your friends know it and they will let their friends know it. All of which means that the other contestants are bound to know when they come to soliciting those friends you have already feen. Regrets for the mistakes of yesterday are vain and constitute a large part of the stock in trade of the weakling. "I'll do it tomorrow" is a laudable spirit, but "do it now" is much better and is the very essence of wis dom. So get busy RIGHT NOW. force-fulnes- la to Be Strangled and Then Resuscitated. Mastery of the urt of jujutsu requires a drilling such as uo boxer, fencer. runner or rower would need to undertake. The mind "must permeate the entire body from the bend to the extremities," and to this end the body must tirbt be brought under absolute control. The pupil is inured to the two extremes of bent nud cold, and the vlrtuo of perseverance is cultivated by special, exercises for the summer and special exercises for the winter, says tbe author of "The Flguthis Spirit of Japan." For the former tlie hottest month of the year. August, and the hottest time of tbe day. from 1 p. m.. are chosen, and for the latter, com- meucing In January, the pupils start wrestling at 4 In the morning and keep It up until 7 or S. Two great competitions are held In the year, and In these historic con tests "It Is quite a common thing for 400 couples to participate." "Speaking from long personal experience," says Mr. Harrison, "I can state that the 'shobu is a genuine mental as well as physical ordeal for the participant. In tbe case of the more advanced stu dents, who come on at a later hour, there Is all the horror of anticipation to be contended against. As one enters the building the only sounds to greet tbe ear are the dull and sickening thuds which proclaim successive falls, the deep breathing and panting of tbe contestants and the staccato tones of the umpires as they declare victory or SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION 1913 OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT TheCloseof Business Am.9, CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Aug 17th, 1913. RESOURCES. Loins and discounts J1TO.TI Overtirafts. secured and unsecured. U.S. Bond to ecure circulation. .. 50.1.00 Bonds securities. te 1'0ih fixtures 7,000 Due from National Banks (not reser e agents) as. Duefroin approeareervcageuts. .. JS2SIS Checks and otlier easli Hems .. .Ms Hote of otlier National Hums .. .. 810 Fractional paper currency. ulclulf.ots is Lutn:i. SJonET Rmektk In Bank. :" -- $1 .50 Trip Round .50 Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Round Specie Legal-tende- viz: notes .. .. 1J.". oo Redemption Fund with U.S. Treasurer (5(of circulation). r l L', oo II, so 2,'itKI 00 Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5;35am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. II Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in .. . Snrpiusfund (Vi.U3:t 150.00000 SO.000 nil llll II I ill ill 111 i Undivided prolits. less expenses and taxes paid 4 , rim as National Bank Notes Outstanding. . 4.i tw uue to utner .National Hants 2,34 51 Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers saj g7 Individual deposits subject to check. 1W.01S SS Reserved for Taxes 1,377 00 Total $.U)l.lVi CASH YOUR PROMISES. Shrubs, Asparagus. Rhubarb.Peonies. Ros es Phlox. Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. HAIL STORM with Have you made up that list of friends, neighbors, relatives and acquaintances whom you have not yet approached. If you have not, you should do so at once and lose no time in getting into communication with them. Remember, also all those per sons whom you saw earlier in the contest who put you off until a late date. Communicate with all of these; ex plain to them that you get the biggest votes for your efforts now and under the circumstances they won't refuse to help you. It is bargain time in this record breaking contest andyou simply cannot afford to fail to avail yourself in the fullest of this big offer. ABOUT NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS. and continues his progress until ho passes as a pupil teacher there is another test of courage and endurance. He must be strangled and resuscitated. "The Idea at the bottom of this seemingly cold blooded procedure Is both to steel the victim's nerves and round off his experience, as It were, and to afford the newly promoted members on opportunity of putting Into practice certain forms of 'kwappo (the system of resuscitation), which are demonstrated by an expert teacher before strangulation takes place." SAHARA IN A defeat" For the student who wins his bout above named bank, do solemnly sn ear that theaboe statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. S. C. Denny. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of August, 1913. W. O. Rigney. Notary Public. My Commission expires Feb 17, 1914. Correct Attest: w. M. Kliiott. ) R. Ii. CociiRts. J Directors. Alex R. Denny.) STATKOrKENTCCKY.COCNTVOrGARRAP.D.SS I, S. C Densv. Cashier of the THREE AT PUBLIC SALE To The Highest Bidder. As agents for the heirs of NINA. uur pine is nearing completion. Miss Barbara GuIIey is the guest of her aunt Mrs. R W Sanders here. We are glad to know that old grandma Creech is feeling some better. Mr. and Mrs W T Watson and Mr Carl Prewitt and family visited Mr and Mrs E G Creech Sunday. Mr. Huston Gulley and wife and Master Frank visited Mr and Mrs R M Sanders Saturday night TUMULT. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Fred P Frisbie Office Citizens National Bank. L. & N. Arrive. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South. No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2KB p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. iii nvti m Training School for Teachers A v r 10 VktMIBIMBim uu iT. When you get a subscription, be sure and find out whether it is old or new and mark it so on the part of the receipt which you turn into the office with your remittance. Otherwise, we are liable to be delayed in getting the paper started. Also be Bure to get the address correct. When a subscription is changed from one member of the family to 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. tfflffiiSiKc CoarM leading to Elementary,1 IntemedUtcaDd Lift State Valid la all Public Special School or JUnteckr. W1MBCT IDQ Utile Count. Tuition Pre to TwoiDtendlddur. mltmiea. new uodeliehooL new manual tralulnr buildlnr. prarttceiehool,departmeiitori-srJaBltarewell equipped 'r,t "rm tegln mnnaMam. Domenio Science. 8MndTtrm KoTeraberlB, Third Term JtDuarr ST. Fourth Term April T, Hammer School openi Jane 16, Catalogue Free. J. O. CRABBB, President. POSTED The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to tresnass nnnn our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially takef notice. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price Now for a few suggestions as to your plan of campaign. Never neg lect 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 se cured 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 there and everywhere throughoutthe 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. You will be surprised how the magnetism of your enthusiasm will Fury of a Desert Storm and a Quick Transformation. On our way we encountered that terrible experience, a desert storm. It came down upon us with hardly any premonition, save of an oppressive stillness of the air and a stifling temperature. Then all of a sudden the seemed to rise Into the , whole Sahara air and pelt us with its sands and pebbles. Within five minutes my mouth was parched with thirst and my watch choked with sand. The din of tho storm was indescribable, and tbe flying particles stung like whiplashes on band and faee. Our horses were nearly mad with fright For four hours tbe insufferable choking wind blew with its scotching breath, and then the heavens opened and emptied what seemed to be half tbe Mediterranean on eur devoted heads. From parching beat tbe temperature sank to a little above freezing In a few minutes, and then tbe rain came down like a sluice, tbe great drops splashing the sand back up to our horses' bellies. Finally the storm vanished as quickly as it had come, and the sun came out and smiled at our sad plight Without a word we all stripped to the buff and wrung out our water togged garments. As we fat ur poor horses like entanrs, waiting for tbe sun to dry our clothes, I caught Abd er Rahman's eye, and for the first and last time heard him laugh aloud. For a full minute we sat rocking In our saddles with mirth, until gradually our wits and our bodily warmth came back to ns, I do not pretend to know how these things happen, but almost within an hour or two the desert all about us was green with little plants springing into life, and in the pools formed by the water In tbe hollows frogs wero croaking the miraculous fact of their existence to a sunlight .world. Wide iWorld Magazine. ., V J. P. Long deceased, we will sell to the highest bidder on "Cured" K Mrs. Jay McOee.of Steph-envilTexas, writes: "For nine (9) years. I suffered with womanly trouble. I had terrible headaches, and pains in my back, etc. It seemed as if I would die, I suffered so. At last, I decided to try Cardui, the woman's tonic, and it helped me right away. The full treatment not only helped me, but it cured me." le, Wednesday Sept 10th 1913 H4 sale beginning promptly at One O'clock P. M. on the premises now occupied by Ambrose Calico in Madison Countv, 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 sbcut K0 acres, with all necessary improvements, with good dwelling containing about twelve rooms, two good barns for tobacco or stock, well watered and in a hjgh state of cultivation. Tract No. 2. Known as the Spainhower place and now occupied by Jerry Noland, containing about 200 acres, with splendid brick dwelling in good repair, containing about ten rooms. This farm i3 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 SO 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 sdld to wind up the estate of J. P. Long, deceased and this will be an absolute sale. This is 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. TAKE Card The Woman's Tonic Cardui helps women in time of greatest need, because it Contains ingredients which act specifically, yet gently, on the weakened womanly organs. So, if you feel discouraged, l blue, unable to do your household work, on account ot your condition, stop worrying and give Cardui a trial. It has helped thousands of women, why not you? E-Try Cardui. 71 ROBERT LONG, Buckeye, Ky or J. W. ELMORE, Lancaster, Ky. Agents For The Heirs, Jesse Cobb Auctioneer. 3p..V "5"? v 5MTV .wi-J- - t The Central Recprd, Friday, Aug 15, 1913. Page 7 I I KJ : j. 3E-- 17 - I i 1 a FOR OUR FALL tp I H" I m CK. A gv HPTT Mr. '. f I. Which means we must make room as we are expecting to carry the largest stock we have ever shown. I ... 1 n. Every Spring and Summer Article in our store can be bought at a most reasonable figure. THEREFORE MFPP ,; i 1 ;i ': i i K L'J. The U31 CO f I I 1 II I fiT The place where you can always get you moneys worth. "ii Mr. John Mount was on Tuesday. House of Quality. We Write Anv Kind of El ?! at the Lexington a month with his grandparents, and Mrs. Sam Bourne. SURANC Office at National Bank. a i i I! Gossip About oplc Vsv t I 1 fair Miss Eliza Lunsford is visiting friends in Danville this week. Miss Lyda Rainey has returned from a visit to friends at Stone. V BEAZLEY & COLLIER rsjv l . I . ( 01 A .unci mention ,.r- inc v,onuncs anu . .. . l - nre inicrcsisu in. uo:ngj uy inoic hi ..... Mrs. S. S Lawson of MidJIesboro ..r ..: iijua v,riscuies. l wc (jural uj. juisa T ...1- - r.:.:- - is rpi Price of Danville is here visit-- l ing Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price Oflice over The National Bank of Lancaster. Ky. Thone 27. it . n. -- i. x.'KRJAfcfeaiactymj' Miss I3uttie Walker Burnside was in iTBi' V, .". Lexington this week for the fair. Miss Calloway of Eminence is the guest of Miss Margaret Walker. Dr. Casey and Harold Hutchings of nc IIC 3C -- J! Danville were visitors here Sunday. Mrs. W. T. West has been in Stan-- , LADIES'' 'VWgz y taMKtf ford visiting Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon. M:s3 Chenault of Frankfort is the guest of Miss rv Clay Williams. Mr. J. E7.obij ion was in Frankfort Here are fine New Hose for on business ast F tday and Saturday. the woman looking for a i i Commo' wealth s Attorney Emmelt "fresh footing." All styles, Puryear as here on buisness Saturday. shades designs, sizes and is also a Mrs. Ada Kinnaird left Sunday for prices, and here Cincinnati to see new styles in millinary. big display of seasonable V. C. Miss Annie Cotton of Danville ishere with her aunt Mrs. B. F. Hudson. Mrs A II Bastin and daughter Miss were recent visitors in Danville. Mamie Miss Carrie Miller has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Danville. icz Some Beauties. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bastin were in Cincinnati several several days this week. Mrs. Mamie Thompson of Lexington is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. ! Denny. Miss Peacock, of Texas, came Tuesday for a visit to her aunt, Mrs J W Miller ' Master Lincoln Gavle Doty has been in county visiting Mrs Wm attractions in all kinds of DRV GOODS 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. R. S. L3E Brown, Lancaster, Ky. cQ 1L 1L n en 3C 016Mg V!W'y$)jgj; r&0BZlGWf&MM IHOMB, SV i:i"i 1HM m How Can Home :; :; BE HAPPY when the food is not of the best. Try 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 u WHITE SWAN FLOUR you certainly are to be envied sure it is White Swan. Otder a sack today and be Lancaster Elevator & FfourMiils S - rJ0&0&Vii0iki &&ii&ia&&t8&iirtt0itfi The Point Is Just This Is it belter to skimp on your lumber now and spend liberally forever after or is it better to get the right MmSLffiISa.m kind of lumber at the start and make the first cost of your building the only one for years to come? If you are as sen sible as we think you are we'll sell you your next lumber needed. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. MMAHAi Mrs. Carrie Davidson is in Ilich.ii ,nd Porter visiting her daughter Mrs. Z. T. ltice. Miss Minnie Margaret Walsh of Miss Margaret Harding and Miss Campbellsville is the guest of Mrs Alex Bell of Danville were in Lancaster last Walker. Saturday. Miss Fannie Francis of Oklahoma is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Miss Stella Comely of the Record force is enjoying the Lexington Fair Hughes. Mr James A Hilton has returned this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Soper were in from a pleasant visit to friends in 1 exington this week visiting and attend- - Lexington. ed the lair. Mrs. J. A. Amon returned home West Kemper of Kansas City spent Tuesday after a few days with Cincinthe week with his cousin Miss Delia nati friends. Rice Hughes. Mrs. J. E. Stormes and Miss were visitors in Danville Lewis Herndon of Louisville is spending a few days with his father Capt. Wednesday. William Herndon. m:.. r t. xuisa ueiuiie iuucaii uua iueen in Mr. and Mrs. Howard VanArsdale of Stanford visiting her sister Mrs Chare? Harrodsburg were recent guests of lotte Warren Lancaster friends. Mr. Will Scrivner af Kansas City Mr. R. L. Walker of Nicholasville is Mo. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Taylor visiting his sisters Mesdames B FHud- - Raney and family. son and W O Rigney. Mrs. Frank Higgins of Shelby county Misses Florence and Herietta Wasech will come for a visit of two weeks with of Louisville are here visiting their Miss Ann Higgins. sousin Mr. Wm Mees. Mrs. Chas. Groves and little son, Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Leavell went Russell, of Cincinnati, are the guests to Mt Vernon last week to visitrelativ-e- s of Mrs. J. A. Amon. and attend the fair. Mr. J. P. Bourne and Miss MarguerW. B. Mason Jr. left Sunday for a ite Hurt motored to Danville Friday two weeks visit to his sister Mrs. Roy and attended the fair. Asa Haynes in Hillsboro, Ohio. Miss Edna Berkle of Bryantsville, Mrs. Luther Gibbs returned last week has been the guest for several days of from a stay in Lexington where she Miss Kathleen Walter. was undergoing medical treatment. Mrs. Mildred Clark and children of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Walker of Owensboro are here visiting Rev. and Fayetteville Tenn came Saturday for Mrs. J Rockwell Smith. a short visit to friends and relatives. Mrs. J. B Soper and Miss Bessie Pra Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schooler are visit- ther are in Lexington visiting friends ing friends in McLean Ills., having and attending the fair. made the entire trip in their automobile. Mrs. Virgil Baughman and daughter fj3 Mr. and Mrs. Alex Walker and little Sadie Moss of Richmond visited their daughter Virginia Pearl are in cousin Mrs. L. Manuel last Week. visiting Miss Bettie Robinson Miss Pearl Sebastain has returned to Miss Mary Johnson has returned to her home in Richmond after a visit to her home in Nicholasville after a Misses Bessie and Eunice Prather. pleasant visit with Miss Elizabeth Miss Helen Young left Thursday for Collier. her home in Maysville after several Mrs. Saufley Hughes and Master Saufley Jr. have returned from apleas- - weeks visit with Lancaster relatives. ana visit 10 Airs, uugnes parents in Miss Delia Tinder entertained at a ' Madison. reception on Tuesday morning to meet Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller of Greens her guest Mrs. Arthur Miller of Greens-burburg were here for a visit of several days with Misses Mary Elmore and Mr. Paul Hilton who has a good Delia" Tinder. position with a railroad in Paris Ky. i3 Misses Minnie Brown, Minnie Gully here with friends and relatives for a ank Kathleen Hanley of Nicholasville short visit. left Sunday for a recuperative stay at Mr. ahd Mrs. R. L. Elkin Mrs. George Dripping Springs. McRoberts, and Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mrs. Alary Dickerson and daughter Farra motored to Danville for the fair Miss Katie May, have returned to their the past week. home in Richmond after a stay with Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wilson and Miss Garrard relatives. Joan Mount were in Lexington for Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Walker and several days and in attendance at "the Miss Eliza Lunsford spent the day at Blue Grass fair. Crab Orchard Springs with Mr. and Mr. James Lear of Coffeyvilla KanMrs. G. A. Swinebroad. sas, Mr Roy White and son of RichW. R. Cook and V. A. Lear went to mond have been recent guests of Mr. Cincinnati Sunday in order to be on the and Mrs. Cyrus Daly. market early with a load each of stock Master C. W. Clark has returned to which had preceeded them. his home in Lexington after spending Eiiza-beth.Fo- rd .:.. 1 t t I l P 0 1 Camp-bellesvil- it g. s Elkin were in Lebanon Tuesday for the Your account is past due. burial of the little daughter of Mr. and I need money to meet my Prof. D. W. Bridges and son I), Mrs Richard I'utman. Warren, are visit irg friends in the Miss Kathleen Walter was hostess on obligations. city. Monday evening at her pretty home in Rella Arnold. Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird entertamtd ' '" C'jrt for the following visitors in Mary Clay Wil- un'or at dinner Wednesday Mrs, Dr M'ivs Iiamj Tul sa Ofela. Helen Young. Mays- - 1 Y0DU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. and Mrs. Willis Wavtes. ville, and J. C. Hemphill, Jrof Louis - t J Miss Lillian Pierce who has been vis- ville. iting Tier sister Mrs. Ray in thecountry We are glad to learn that Ben D. Residence f n Richmond stret-- for t is now visiting in Madison county. Herndon who underwent an oneration immediate possession. Mrs. Joe Elsencr and children who lvcont!y at tin- - Danvillf hospital is suf- Parker Gregory. have been visiting her parents Mr. and fidontly convalascent to be taken to Mrs. N. Miller, returned bo her home ,;s home and expects to to be a We to Fcr Sale. in West Va. Wednesday. resume his duties at the Collector's 01 acres on Fall Lick pike near LanMiss Willie B Pierce of Louisville af- - ofilce soo- caster. Address Sam L. Orand. Waco ter a delightful visit to her cousin Miss Mrs. Mary Leavel Walden is very low 'Texas. 5 4 iva ioy oi KirKsviiie is with her sister' at the horns of her daughter Mrs. Mrs Oscar Ray of Buckeye. Wanted. Hubert Campbell in Danville. Her Mrs Terrill Ramsey of Washington '"any friends, in this her old home, Reliable, energetic man to sell Court House Va, and Mr and Mrs will read this with rigret as she Is Lubricating oils, greases and paints in James Holloway, of Chattanooga are ueserveuiy popular nere. anu an nope Garrard and adjacent counties. Salary for her speedy recovery. guests of Mrs James Ramsey. or Commission. Doan Oil & Paint Co.. The following compose a party for a Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury left last i week for a visit to her daughters Mrs. week s outing at Dripping Springs:- Notice. Misses Helen and Martha Gill, Xancy J. M. Strughton of Covington and Mrs. Walker. Edna and Martha Kavanaugh Your 1912 taxes are long past due and Howard Rice of Richmond Ind. and Delia Tinder, Messis Alex Doty, ' must b.' settled at once. The l'Ji: tax Little Miss Sarah May Pettus of Lewis Gill, Joe Price, Joe Walker, book is now ready to be delivered to me Crab Orchard and William Rindhearst Shirley Hudson, Dave Thomas and Mrs for collection and before I receive it 1012 taxes must be paid. of Louisville, have been vhitin their Geo. D. Robinson. cousin Miss Josephine Barnside L. E. Herron. Marshall One of handsomest parties given this summer to the junior set was the one Mrs J W Sweeney and daughter Miss r ci rOTOa.e. Martha Ward returned Thursday from on Tuesday evening at the attractive The poIan(1 ch;na Spr;nR 1913 a protracted stay at Milwaukee Wis, home of Mrs. Samuel Cotton. Maie p house was brilliantly lighted and the farrow, also, 2 fall 1912 boars, ready with Mr and Mrs Howard Hoeing. yard was made inviting by a decoration for service. All of big type breeding, Mrs. Mattie Fish of Crab Orchard of Japanese lantens. The guests of,,ure hred and subject to pedigree, Mrs. Sallie Rhinehardt and daughter honor upon the occasion were Miss Call or write. O. K Simnson. .. rr. f ,r it . ' Miss Ida of Louisville were recent .uary nsy i.fn- iviinanis luia uuianoma. Teatersville, Ky. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Humber. Helen Young Maysville, J. C. Hemp Fain Fcr Sale. Mesdames Sallie McCormack and hill Jr. of Louisville, and Miss Emma James Ramsey and children have re- Walker of this City. Two Hundred acre Llue grass farm Mrs Richard Tasker Lowndes, of for saie in high state of cultivation. turned from a visit to Mr. Joe McCormack and family in HendersonvilIeNC. Danville issued over two hundred in- Well improved with plenty of good vitation? to out of town guests for the water. Prices right and terms easy. Misses Elizabeth Collier and Mary second day of the Danville fair. Her A bargain if purchased at once. Cal Johnston have gone for a v sit to Mr. complimentary entrance tickets were on or address. S. W. Hager. Bryants-vill- e, and Mrs. Wm Collier at Bell JellicoKy. in gold and blue which are the. colors Ky. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collier at of Mrs. Lowndes Stable having been j For Sale. Ford Ridge Tenn. presented to her by Governor Glass- One tarm containing 110 acres locatMr and Mrs S G Haselden and sons cook of West Virginia when she bought ed on the Danville pike three and one and Misses Hannah and Pearl Aldridge Princess Soma. of Stanford, left this week for a The dinner was served in Floral hall. half miles from Nicholasville. Ky. with summer outing to Cincinnati an other a large round table occupied tho center KoJ buildings of all kinds. For turther of the hall, upon which were some of ' information address Mrs. E. E. points further north Sanduskv, 729 S. Floyd St. Louisville, Messrs Fitzgerald and Freeman, of the beautiful loving cups won by this Ky- wor.deiful stable of horses The loving Danville, attended the party given by filled with golden glow and BanJj $ock For Sale, Mas Samuel Cotton to meet Misses cups were forget-me-nWilliams, Walker, Young and J C tied with immense bows of Ten sharcs Fourth Nat'"onal of blue ribbon. Benedict served . Hemphill Tuesday night the luncheon carrying out the coior . oiuo.ous. ua. ai one unny. i.iacKinar Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elkin, Mrs. T. scheme of gold and blue in the individ & Sons, Stock and Bond liloker!. M. Wilson, Miss Joan Mount and Mr ual ices and mints. Mrs. Lown.les is Columbus, Georgia. Will Denny attended the elegant lun- - an ideal hostess, entirely forgttting Small Blue Grass Farm For Sale cheon of Mrs. Lowndes given at the self in her desire to gne pleasure to Danville fair Thursday. Will sell my farm located seven miles others. The uay will Ion,; be rememMiss Emma Doty entertained on bered not only because of the delight- - from Lancaster on Richmond pike, two High Tuesday at a six o'clock dinner, the ful luncheon, the display of Kentucky mlIl3 from Paint Lick Church. guest of honor being Mrs J Brad Choice and his colts together with his state of cultivation. All necessary out ford Jenning3, of Tulsa Okla and Mrs stable companions but because of the buildings. J. F Higgins, Paint Lick. pleasing personalty of tLe fair hostess, Ky. Ed Doty, of Pecos Texas. The guests wee from Louisville, Lex- Miss Sallie Cook Gregory has returnTo Mammoth Cave ington, Versailles, Richmond, Paris, ed to Winchester to be with her aunt Lawrenceburg, Shelbyville, Bardstuwn. ! and uncle Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Hall August 20, 1913. Harrousuurg, rianktort, btanlorJ and t ..., after a visit with her parents Mr. flnil i . . .. 'i'i i. Li441Jlisii:i. iui;i; wcie UI3U 14UCSIS LAST GREAT REDUCTION Mrs. R. Parker Gregory. from New York, Chicago and Wash- Mr. Eugene Aldridge of Kansas City ington City, while perhaps the most Round trip railroad fare S3.C5. Board is spending hisjvacation with his uncles (distinguished guest was Count de Lop- - at Cave Hotel including the several Messrs Sam and Joe Haselden. 'Gene er of ba3t GnnstjaU England , routes in the Cave for ?G.50. Making has a good position with the Light and total cost for three days trip $12.15; Water Co in Kansas City. Hudson have a complete' Koing on regular morning trains. Limit Mrs. Willis Waytes, of Farmville, stock of recleaned Northern and local i on tickets 10 days. Write or phone I. 3 2t. Va., is visititg Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird. Seed Rye, wheat and timothy seed. & N. Agent. Mrs. Waytes will be remembered as Their prices are always reasonable. I Notice To Tax Payers. Miss Marion Wolford and is being wel- Get their prices on coal and flour, they will save you money. comed by her many friends. Th. City Taxes were due on March 1st. There is much money due the city Mrs G M Patterson and daughter Ships Big Cattle. for taxes that should have long since Miss Grace Hellen, expect to leave Mr. W. R. Coo"k shipped last Satur- been paid. The city is badly in need of shortly for a visit to Dr W E Barton and wife of Oak Park III., and Mr and day to Cincinnati a car load consisting funds to meet outstanding bonds, and of 20 head of cattle weighing 1&J0 as it takes money to run the city just Mrs John Barton at Sublett III pounds. Mr. Cook went to Cincinnati as it does to run any business, I am Mrs. T. J. Price entertained at a par- on Sunday and in the evnt the compelled to ask that every one know- ty for her young nephew Horton Wasl -- in that city on Monday is not to market !'ng theirselves to be in arrears to come hislik bi)rn Mabry of Tallahassee Fla. The ing, will reship his stock to Jersey City- - forward and settle at once and avoid house was tastily decorated and the unnecessary trouble and expense to ices and cakes of the daintiest kind. which I will be compelled to put them Refreshiug Showers. in order to collect this long past due Mrs. I. E. Adams and handsome litShowers Tuesday and Wednesday octax. tle son Homer Cassil who have been casioned a considerable drop in the L. E. Herron. visiting her sister, Mrs .Oscar Ray have temperature, and the weather man gone to Louisville to visit her parents gives promise of more rain during the Some choice Southdown before returning to her home in Cincir-nat- i. week. In some parts of the county the rain came in such quantities as to bucks for sale. Better Mr. Joe Burnside Mesdames George be of considerable value to the parched than I ever owned before. McRoberts and John M. Farra and crops, while in other sections it was daughter Johnetta and Miss Sallie scarcely sufficient to lay the dust. R. L. Elkin. ' L" es t n-n; ' j 1 , ot j I I ..-. 8-- 0 3 - J- fagag r- -. - SZrKZZr -- , s.."-r-Yii The Central Record, Fridays Aug IS, vr- is"""- " - -f - x fi itNwrrrrirt-JnTrT- fc - rr "1 it -. ,.. ?.. 119, n. . : - .v. v. . .. .- -. - - .. w i. . . - -- .n n r-- js.. ..j. -- a BEST VOTE OFFER OF THE CONTEST NOW IN FORCE 1TMMTO 1 On both Old and New subscriptions sent to the Central Record until August 21st . This is the Greatest Vote Offer of the Con- test We guarantee this . . DO YOUR BEST NOW! Now Is the Time To Start Your Campaign! I m "Record" and His Outfit YOU CAN WIN ONE OF THE VALUABLE PRIZES IF YOU WILL ONLY TRY. SOMEBODY WILL WIN-W- HY NOT YOU . : . . Address all Communications and Nominations to the Send in Your Name TODAY NOMINATION BLANK Use this blank for making nominations. Fill out as directed and bring or send to the CONTEST MANAGER. CENTRAL RECORD, LANCASTER, KY. GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES I Nominate. .District P.O. CONTEST MANAGER CENTRAL RECORD - As a candidate in the Record's Pony and Prize Subscription Campaign. Please send printed matter and full instructions. (One nomination blank allowed to each name.) My LANCASTER, KY name is . .P. 0.. - Until further notice, will be allowed to poll contestants a sufficient . Margaret Askins CAMP NELSON. KY. 1,700 Cleo Morgan number of votes to make their stand- Miss Nora Kaufman ing 40,000 in advance to the leader of " Cora Moore the proceeding issue. " Maltha Knight If there is any mistake in the count " Emma Lane of any contestant's vote up to the " Dovie present date, it must be called to the " Lillian Watts Burton . "attention of the contest manager be " Maggie Montgomery fore next Wednesday night. Other" Frances Sherrow wise, the count as published today, " Emma Scott must be taken as correct. " Jennie Ison. District No. 1 PAINT LICK, KY. LANCASTER. " Lei Coldiron 5,300 FLATWOOD, KY. 1,000 Miss Myrtle Carraney 4,400 " Bettie Miller 1,000 3,900 1,000 No. 1,000 2,700 STANFORD, KY. 1,000 Miss Lyle Cooper 1.700 " Lizzie Holtzclaw " Allie Coldiron Miss Louise Rice 9,700 3,500 2,000 31,800 5,100 1,800 8.100 7,500 4,500 1,100 8,500 4,500 1,400 2,000 9,900 2,200 9,000 6,100 32,100 21,000 4,300 Miss Helen Robinson " Issiebell Sanford " Willie Wilkerson " Lillie Mae Jones " Jennie Cox " Mary Elmore " Christine Sanders " Ruth Carrier " Christine Pollitt " Martha Tinder " Mamie Lee Marsee " Ida May McQuerry " Lyda Rayney " Nettie Farmer " Bessie Austin ' Mildred Beazley ' Delia Rice Hughes " Rice Terril " Joe Cabell Ramsey " Dean Zanone " Christine Metcalf " Sallie Woods " Docia Metcalf ' Jessie Parks Loula McWhorter Nellie Beazley Mrs Magg Palmer Mrs Rosa Mosley Walter Norman O. B. Peyton Mr Chester Metcalf Miss Mariam Ledford " Fannie Noe, R. R. Miss Miss Lillie Mae Sutton MANSE ' 1. 2,000 1,900 3,000 2,100 1,000 4,500 4,300 1,500 1,100 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,400 1,900 25,900 15,500 1,000 1,400 1,000 1,000 2,500 1,000 1,800 1,000 1,000 4,900 1.000 11,500 1,000 1,000 1.500 1,700 1,000 1,300 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 2,000 1.000 MCCREARY. KY. PAINT LICK, R. R. NO. 2. " BertEmbry " " " Willie Calico District No. 2 LANCASTER, P. O. Misi Judith James Daniel Stella McWhorter Myrtle Coliron " Alyce Sanders " Cynthia Baker ' Parry Clark " Katie Clark " Margaret L. Herring MARCELLUS, KY. 11,600 22,200 2,400 1,400 5,900 1.800 7.000 7.330 1,000 1,400 1,000 Miss Cecil Bowling " Mabel RanKin " " Wade Lee Park Myrtle Campbell MARKSBURY, KY. Beulah Sutton Miss Annie Blanks Mr. William Goins " Jimmie Goins " Van Gosney BRYANTSVILLE, KY. " Miss Mary Ellen Farlee " Flossie Mae Teater " Christine Swope BOURNE, KY. 1,900 4,900 1,400 1,500 3,700 1,000 1,800 1,000 3,900 1,000 7,500 2,600 1,400 4,300 3,100 1,000 3,500 Alma Lear Mary Lear ' Florida Boain r' Eliza Rucker Mr Otis Gooch " R. K. Duncan " Arthur Eldridge " John Eldridge " Robert McKnight " Floyd Coliron " John Green " Embry McWhorter " Bert Ramsey " Wilse Sanders " William Hurt " M. F. Ledford Mrs Lou Osborn " Anna Brown BUCKEYE KY. " " Minnie Hurt Miss OIlie Crawford " Bettie Scott "Christine Stone Nannie Hunter " Burnie Pierce " Eulalah Montgomery ' Amy Montgomery HYATTSVILLE, KY. Miss Agnes Miles " " " " Miss Ruth Arnold " Lena Schooler " Etta Smith " Loretta Ta?lor " Lyda Crecillius Mr Lucien Johnson " Charley Sanders POINT LEAVEL LANCASTER R. " IlaHill " Minnie Brown " Pearl Teater " Lucinda Carter " Jessie Ray Sallie Noel Stella Ray Barbara Gulley Mamie Step 3,400 1,000 1,000 3,000 1.000 1,000 1,000 1,500 2.100 1.000 1,000 1,700 1,000 1,000 3,800 COY, KY. Miss Peachie Mae Sanders Mis3 Bell Smith ' Annie Dollins Squire Whittaker Lucien Clouse Willie Miles Ray R. I. 1,000 Mrs. Mary Clouse 2,100 1,000 1,900 10,600 LANCASTER, KY. R. R. 3. " " " " " Lizzie Hurt Lucille Lackey Brunette Arnold BEUNA VISTA, KY. Miss Maggie Hicks Miss Lelia Bamett " " " " HaielOgg " Ural Blakeman Artie Johnson Leila Ruble Flora Ruble Ruth Lane Lena Jennings Alyce Mabel Scott ;' Nettie Ison 2,800 1,800 1,000 " 7,500 " 1,500 " 5,900 HACKLEY, KY. L000 Miss Edna Burnett Grow 5,300 SPAINEY, KY.. 1,000 -- . 1,000 Miss Ina Scott " " " " " Jewel Ray Every Carter Lillian Brodus Alice Ray Lelia Teater Eveline Walker Myrtle Hurt Pettie Long 1,000 2,500 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 2,000 1,000 1,000 14,100 9,300 Their prices are always reasonable. Get their prices on coal, and flour, they For Sale:-- 10 disc Hoosier drill with Col. Robert H. Fox, a citizen of this will save you money. seed attachment, good as new. J as. A. city during the early boom days, has Bratton, Lancaster, R. F. D. No. 3. been in the city for the pastweek meet Better Slow Down. ing his old time friends here. Col. Fox 2,000 fob SALE:- - One Shetland pony 1 year 2,100 Thh laws governing the speed of has made Louisville his home since old broken to ride and drive. leaving MIddlesboro. His last visit to 1,000 automobiles in Lancaster " Sallie Burdette if rigidly enCreed Simpson, Lancaster. Ky. R. F. 1,800 forced would put a mumber of local this city was about five years ago. The Mary Burdette D. No. 3. " Sallie Craig 1,000 people in trouble. Several of them ex- Colonel has a fund of rich Irish stories and he never fails to draw a crowd of 1,000 ceed the speed limit by " Etta Mueler LOST:-O- n last Sunday morning a several hundred interested auditors when he starts on " Sarah Hundley 2,500 milgs an hour to the imminent child's Brown hat with a black band peril of 1. We hereby reaffirm our allegience them. He is accompanied on his trip 4,300 pedestrians. " Sallie Farmer around it. Find please leave at JoToo late to stop after by Mr. Geo. W. Holland, who is inter- to the principle of clean elections and seph store. " Lena Palmer 1,800 some terrible accident has happened, ested with Col. Fox in business. Pin- good government, as set forth at " Ida Pettus 1.800 better slow down beforehand. Chicago, in the Progressive National nacle News. 3,100 " Mary Sheppard Cook Convention. " Anna Davis McRoberts 1,000 Cupid Gets Busy. BDENA VISTA Harmony Prevails. to use 2. We pledge ourselves " Effie Boughman 1,600 Dan Cupid invaded the office of " Pearl Fields 1,500 There are no soreheads, no sulkers in neither money, whisky, or other cor" Matsey Grimes 1,800 County Clerk J. W. Hamilton this the tents among the democrats of rupting influences to secure our elec-tijA. D. Scott made a business tn'D to " Virgie Rath well 2,800 week and in consequence business pick- Garrard county. The primary is already Nicholasville Monday. 3. We pledge to the people of GarTil Cooper 1,500 ed up for that gentleman to a very ap- forgotten, the losers are ready and T. M. Scott is having a delightful 3,000 preciable extent. License were issued willing to line up alongside the winners rard County the most rigid economy in stay at Carlsbad Springs. Dave Goodnight 1,900 this week to Elijah M. Long and Suella and make common cause against the the administration of their affairs. John Reed McKinney Miss Minnie Botts of Midwav is the? Bolton, Crawford Bell and Amanda enemy in November. No contests or 4. We favor the payment of reasonHUBBLE, KY. Hoskins, James Baker andMarv Woot- - rumors of contests, all is peace and able wages for all work done upon the guest of Mrs. T. M. Scott, " Ina Roberts 5,000 en and Eugene Aldridge and Mattie Mr. Amos Skinner left Tuesday for harmony in the deomocratic ranks. dirt roads as well as upon the turnpikes. " Lucinda Lutes 2,900 Pearl Ham. 5. We favor the extension of the Dickenson North Dakota. Garrard county people were ever good 1,600 Mr Jess Weaver Several from here are attending the losers at any game they play, and turnpike system as rapidly as the " Bennie Rankin 2,300 finances of the county will permit. Lexington fair thi3 week. A Chimney Doctor Get politics is no exception to this rule. 6. We favor the letting of the Miss Ann Scott Dietrich visited her HEDGEVILL, KY. No better time than right now could County Poor Farm, the County Funds, aunt in Nicholasville last week. Miss Flora McBeth 3,000 be found to have your chimneys and Chicken Thieving Rife. and other similar property to the Will Scott sold ta C. S. Robinson of " Lucy Spoonamore 1,900 flues examined and put in shape for use Many Lancaster ladies are complain- highest and best bidder. Burgin 75 head of sheep at $4.50. this winter, and a few dollars thus spent ing WAYNESBURG, KY. that there choice "fryers" are 7. We pledge you that all County Miss Ethyl Evans spent last week may save a disastrous flr. Birds pick Miss Zora Baugh 1,000 disappearing, and are of the opinion Contracts will be let to the lowest and with relatives in Danville and Junction the mortar from chimneys and leave " Fannie Young best bidder. 1,700 that the organized band of chicken City. " Minnie Young 1,000 vents through which fire can issue, and thieves which was thought to have been 8. We pledge our candidate for the J. E. Scott and family motored to " Lillie Warfield 4,000 various other reasons make it advisable broken up are again at theirold calling. legislature to work for the initiative, to have an unused chimney examined Chickens disappear from the premises referandum, and recall a rigid corrupt Perryville Sunday afternoon and were CRAB ORCHARD. KY. before U3ing. in broad open day-ligand no amount practice act, strict economv in State's guests of Rev. Joe Hopper. Miss Annie Middleton 1,700 Miss Nannie Lethers has returned to of watching seems to prevent it. It is administration reduction of the State's " Annie Bronaugh 1,300 An Error Gladly Corrected. only a matter of time when these debt as rapidly as possible; and in all her home in Faulkner after spending " Katharine Bronaugh 1,000 We were informed upon what we marauders will be detected and when things to be responsive to the will of several weeks with Mrs. W. H. " Birdie Perkins 1,000 considered reliable authority that Mr. they are they will not Tget away as the people of Garrard Ccunty. " Jewel Goodwin 1,000 9. We appeal to all law abiding easily as might de expected. " Ida Lee Campbell 2,200 J A Royston while making his canvass citizens to support us in our fight for for the nomination for the office of " Katie Middleton 1,000 UUCKEYE. clean politics and good government. On Pleasure Bent. " Udora Douglas 2,800 Coroner, traveled over the county on Signed: " Bertha Flannery 1,800 foot. However, we seem to have been AH roads lead to Crab Orchard, and Dr J S. Gilbert has returned from Mrs. Ed Anderson 1,900 misinformed as Mr. Royston asks us to these roads seem to lead through Lan- J. F. Holtzclaw candidate for RepLouisville-M- r. resentative, " Tom Bronaugh 1,500 state that he traveled over the county caster. This famous old resort is havMr Eugene Edmiston 1.800 in the interest of a Nursery which he ing a splendid run of business this sea J, B. Bourne candidate for County Judge and Mrs. Forest Stapp motored " George William Moore 1,700 represents, selling fruit trees, and not son, and on Sunday every species of R. S. Brown candidate for Sheriff. to Danville Fair Friday. " Ison McClure 2.700 canvassing for votes. We gladly mak vehicle from the asthmatic one lunged, Little Miss Laverne Dickerson of John. M. Duncan candidate for County " Shelby Newland 1,900 this corerction. Lancaster is visiting Mrs J W. Brown. antiquated automobile, to the modern Clerk. 1914 pattern handsome landau, the G. PREACHERSV1LLE, KY. Mrs T O Hill visited her daughter B. Anderson candidate for Jailer. Country Dirt Roads. noisy but fleet motorcycle, to say noth Mrs. Walker Bradshaw a few days last Miss Carrie Nailer 1,300 John Green candidate for Assessor. Persons from all parts of the county ing of the many varieties of horse week. " Gertrude Adams 2,500 living on dirt roads are seeking infor- drawn vehicles pas3 through Lancaster J. C. Cricillis candidate for Magistrate Mr Rodney Nailor Mr and Mrs Sam Cotton of Lancas1,000 District No. I. mation as to what steps are going to bent for the cool shade and healing ter were guests of Mrs Kemp Walker LANCASTER R. R. 2. R. M. Moss candidate for Magistrate, Sunday. be taken to work their roads. The waters of this popular resort. District No. 2. Mr James Crutcher 1,400 duty of reparing or working of the Quite a number from here attended Harrison Ray candidate for Magistrate dirt roads is upon the Fiscal court as Murder Tablet. the funeral of Mr. George Grow at GILBERTS CREEK. District No. 3. much as to work the turnpikes. Both Hackley. Miss Mary Eliza Holtzclaw 4,500 the turnpikes and the dirt roads belong A tablet, bearing the following in J. L. Coldiron candidate for Magistrate Mrs. J. P. Long has returned to Lanplaced over the to the public and must be maintained scription has been District No 4. BRADSHAW MILLS. caster after a short stay with Mrs. by the public. The Fiscal court 'has graves of Floyd and Claude Allen, near Robert Long. Miss Minnie Bogie 2,300 heretofore apportioned to the turnpikes Fancy Gap, in Carroll county, Va., pfWrwywyiv Mrs T O Hill entertained at dinner "Sacred to the memory the amount of money that will be spent Friday of Claude S. Allen on keeping in repair each mile of the COLUMN son in honor of Mrs Charlie Thompand His Father. of Missouri. same this year, but no action has been Who were judicially murdered taken concerning the dirt roads. The Mr and Mrs Robert Burton, Mrs J S auauuAAAAA Fiscal court will meet Saturday August Gilbert and Milton Elliott attended the in the Virginia penitentiary lr3Vi5F5nE?Sr? A 16th to consider the working of the March 13, 1913, by order of fair at Danville Friday. dpace below tbla beading la for tbe excln-lv- e the Governor of the State of Dr and Mrs G M Hendren and Mr nse of oar farmer subscribers, and It for nuinuflu,nii dirt roads of the county. When the Virginia over the protest of court has made arrangements for the the tale of stock, grain nd 'neb things on and Mrs W B Ray attended the funeral A Training' 10,020 citizens of the farm as tbe farmer cannot afford to adver- of Mrs J T Baskett at Nicholasville inH n il n Mv School for Teachers work on the roads it becomes the duty tise. No notice will be accepted over fonr State of Virginia. of the County Road Engineer, Mr. Coum leadinf la Elementary, Friday. be only lDU.lnedUi.aDd Llf. Suu Or "Placed hero by a friend and a citi- lines, and will charge In two issnea of tbe tlUcaa, ValU Id all rank Cleveland Bourne to superiutend the xcobd, free of Hudson & Hughes have a complete Boboola of Kentucky. Special Richmond Journal. Onrae. B.Tl.V work directed for spending the money zen of Virginia." Cwmea, TnlrJon Pre. tain. stock of recleaned Northern and local remembered that the Aliens appropriated by the court. After the . pointed. Tar.aple1ill4dor. It will be . P. G. Gooch, Manse Ky. Shoes horses seed rye, wheat and timothey seed. 4 nutoru.. new model leBaoL. nawmannaltralfivlMiliitl... praetfoeMhaol, department. rarrlealtar., a veil ..nipped meeting of the court we will give the killed some of the Circuit court officials 80 cents cash frmnnilain. Domertl. Selene. FlritTerrabeflni Sep. Their prices are always reasonable. public the plans and methods to be in Hillsyille, Va. The "two murderers tetaber.. 8eMnd Tern NoTemberlS, Third Term JaanarT tT, Fnnna Tern April I, gammer School opaai Ja It, Southdown Bucks. Get their prices on coal, and flour, they for SALE:-ThrCatatofa. Frea. used for the remainder f the year for were electrocuted. The three others J. Q. CRABBH, ProMent. will save you money. Cap't T. A. Elkin. sent to the penitentiary. keeping up the county roads. 1,000 The campaign against the fly has proLost:-O- n the night of Helen Robin 1,000 ven a great success in Lancaster, the son's party (Thursday night) a light 1,000 result is plainly noticeable. blue cashmere shawl. Finder please Mrs. Hudson & Hughes have a complete return to The Central Record or 3,400 stock of recleaned Northern and Local S. D. Cochran. 1,900 Seed Rye, wheat and timothy seed. Well Remembered In Lancaster. PLATFORM OF THE j For Sale:-M- y blacksmith shop and two acres of land at Marksbury. Best stand in the county. J. H. Clark. Mr. S. D. Cochran of this city Las stock ewes for sain. Write him at once if you want such stock. 120 good A District 3 Progressive Party Of Garrard Co. n. ht wm n o: ' Sl n Lr 'S i ee E . 1 r- V vrvr '3'X: s.-- JZ x sf t -- 2a jja&S----'.- -?