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Well we Had NUMBER 21. t5E&2XE$33E&r$33C833! a rain at last. a crowd Lancaster Notice j The colored fair is drawing this week; begin in SchoSl will Monday September feth. Right Now Is The Ripe Time To Inter The Record's Big Contest. The Record's contest is beginning to t.vciy uay is numiiiuuoii way aena in your Nomination today or if your name is already on the list, make a start in this great race A goodly number of Lancaster people for glory and prizes. 10,000 Extra Votes given on every dollar's preparing to attend the State Fair. are worth of New Subscriptions turned in before September 10th. The new filttr is nearing completion and the water will soon be turned into START YOUR CAMPAIGN AT ONCE. it. In anticipation of a hard winter, many of our people are filling their coal Ask house. The rain of last week helped consid erable, but farmers are needing more for stock water. Who would doubt the advantage our water works after the severe droughtire have just experienced. create considerable excitement. M. the Contest Manager for printed matter and full instructions .for starting your campaign. Then get out among your friends and gather in the votes and subscriptions. There is an unusually good chance for new contestants in Districts 1 and 3. of written Hardware PLUMBING, The new school building at Buena Vi3ta is expected to be completed and ready for q'ecupangy by Sept. 15th. Farmgrs are busy preparing their wheat ground and planting is soon to begin- - Because of the unusually fine crop thia year the rcreage will be materially increased. Oar New Superintendent Of Music. j Volumes and volumes have been on the subject of that one little word "opportunity." It is one of the queerest elements that enter into the complex existance of present day Americans. It means everything and it means nothing, just as it is handled by different people. One person's failure, for instance, proves another person's opportunity. One person .will see an opportunity where another person side steps it. Most of us claim it has passed by us or we were away from home when it called. And so goes. PPPORTUN1TY KNOCKS HERE. NOTICE CONTESTANTS By mistake, the date on the 100 vote coupon on page 6 was not changed. This coupon will be good until Septem- HEADQUARTERS FOR ber 5th. Contest Manager. "Bob" Davidson Married. Robert L. Davidson, one of the most prominent lawyers of Tulsa, has slipped one over on his friends and joined the ranks of the benedicts. In a telegram received by his law partner, Judge wiinams yesterday "Bob" announced that he had been married in Emporia Kansas to Miss Mildred EHis. Just when the newJyws will return to Julsa. is unknown, Miss Elijs formerly taught school in Tulsa where she met Mr. Davidson. She later taught at Oklahoma City and Mr Davidson last winter spent about every week end at the state capital. The bride was a highly popular teacher with theJocal schools. She taught younger children and was a genius at planning kindergarten affairs and cantatas. Tulsa Daily World. Mr Davidson's many frieids in this his home county, congratulate him and wish him all the happiness and sue- cess which, hg so richly deserves. Walden. Wheat Drills Superior Hoosier and Peoria Plain and Fertilizer. Wo buy in car lots and save you money by TINWARE. r We Save you Money on anything in Our Line. and meet with the approval of the patrons of her department. Miss Daniels has had the advantages of a ' fine musical education and of studying ' under some of the worlds most famous masters. While at the Cincinnati College of Musjc, she studied under the famous pianist Romeo! Gomo, and '. O III Of Biuuieu voice wun oignor o. u Anna of the Conservatory of Milan Italy. Miss Daniels has had considerable experience as a teacher, having been Directrix of Music in the School at Sherman Texas. J T" In this big contest now being conMiss Sarah Daniels of Paris Ky., ducted by the Central Record, "opwho will have charge of the music deportunity" is knocking at the door of partment at our local school this year hundreds of peop'Ie in thjs section of is sure to prove a successful teacher Kentucky. Are you going to let it pass by or are you going to take full advantage of it? The Central Record is offering YOU your choice of the greatest list of prizes ever put on a weekly paper in this section of the State and all the prizes are offered under the most liberal conditions so that it will be easy to win any one of them. DISTRICT PRIZES ON DISPLAY. buying from us. HASELDEN BROS. If you are looking for a Wagon buy the All the district prizes are "now on display in the store of Morrow & 4 Fine Lumber For Sale. CONN BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks , We liaye 00,000 feet of Georgia pine yet unsold can saw any length to suit purchaser, For house or barn. Hughes Bros., '?mpm&&E&x Lancaster, Ky. and contestants and their friends are invited to ca(l and jn,spgct. Since they werg placed on display hundreds of people have stopped to admire these beautiful premiums and a number of them have remarked that they did not see how the Record could afford to give away such a large nu.m-bof such valuable prizes, There are three districts and at least four prizes will he awarded to each district so that contestants need only compete against those in their own district for thedistrict prizes. It is the greatest list of prizes ever put on a weekly paper in this part of thg State and all the prises are offered under the most liberal conditions. er GET THE PRINTED LETTERS. F We have determined that our. Cash Customers shall have a chance to share in our profits. The following is a list of Valuable Articles to be given away, absolutely FREE to our CASH CUSTOMERS. Lady's Diamond Ring value $135.00 Mahogany Bed Room Set Trade Coupon, value Trade Coi'pnn, value Kitchen Cabinet, value Trade Coupon, value " Don't be afraid to send out the printed letters to your friends and acquaintancesnot only in this and adjoining counties but all over the country as well for vou will find they produce good results. The cor.test manager will furnish without cost, all the printed letters you will mail out. Send out two or three hundred of them to friends vou can not reach personally. We will also send all the receipt books you need upon request. Contestants and their friends are allowed to secure subscriptions from anyone, anywhere in the United States and the price of A? Appeal Tq The Democratic the paper is only one dollar a year. ENTER THE RACE Mrs. Mary Leavell Walden, wife of the late Eld. Jesse Walden died at the home of her daughter, Mrs, R. M, Campbell in Danville Kv, at l:3aoclock last Sunday morning, and after funeral services at the home on Tuesday after noon, ner remains were brought to Lancaster for interment in the family lot in the Lancaster cemetery. Mrs. Walden was in ter sixty ninth year and was married to her late hus band in 1863 and the greater portion of their life was spent in Lancaster, where iney were both greatly revered. Her husband died twelve years ago. She is survived by three children, Rev. W. P. Walden, a minister of the Christian church, Jesse H. Walden of the Dan ville Lumber & Mfg. Co., and Mrs. R. M. Campbell, all of whom reside in Danville; she is also survived by one brother, Mr. S. T. Leavel of Lancaster. Here in Garrard county where the family is known and loved so well, and to so many of our citizens, Bro. Walden has at one time or another preached the Gospel, a feeling of deep sorrow is felt at the death of this good woman and the sympathy of the entire county goes out to the family in their great bereavement. And Re- - Old Hickory. It runs lighter, lasts longer and is the strongest wa.gon on the market. In driving along notice how many hl&re you see than any other wagon. Sold and warranted by publican Candidates Of Garrard Trade Coupon, value Trade Coupon, value Trade Coupon, value 20.00 15.00 12.50 10.00 7.50 5.00 $502.50 ' 125.00 75.00 50.00 25.00 22.50 Gold Coin, value Trade Coupon, value Gold Coin, value Total.... Call v at our store and we will give you full particulars. H. T. LOGAN & There (s still an unusually good County. chance for new contestants in the first Kealizing the conditions confronting and third districts. So far, we have more prizes than active workers in the people of this county, whereby those districts and the contest manager the will of the people is being thwarted by the use of money and other corruptinvites correspondence from prospecliving outside the coun- - ing influences in our elections. tive candidates We, the candidates on the Progress- tv. Just write him that you want to an active candidate and receipt ,ive ticket' do most earnestly appeal to become book, printed letters and full instruc- each and evf ry one of you, as good citizens of this county and commontions will be sent you. wealth, to come forward and meet u.s BIG VOTE OFFER EXTENDED. and sign an agreement not to use any order to give the contestants corrupting influences whatever in the In another chance to seoure subscrip- coming election, whereby the will of tions under the big Vote Offer which the people may be expressed at the has been in force for the past week, polls and every vote counted as cast. As intelligent citizons, you are not we have decided to extend the big J0,0Q0 vote offer for two weeks, 10,000 Ignorant of conditions, whereby money Extra votes will be given on every and whiskey are being used to debauch dollar's worth of new subscriptions our citizenship, and if there are not turned in between the dales of Friday, steps taken to put an end to such 29th, andWidnesday Septem-- , ous practices, the day will come when berlOth at 6 P. M. Regular Votes ' your children, if not yourselves, will will be given on all old subscriptions realize the fact "that a government of between the above mentioned dates. the people, for the peopje and by the Every contestant should take full ad- people" has ceased to exist. We therefore ask that all of the can. vantage of this magnificent vote offer and those who fail to do so will be didates, who are willing to bind themjeoardizing their chances- - of winning selves in writing to carry out the above plans will meet with, us on Saturday 3 one of the handsome prizes. p. m- - Sept. 6th 1913 at the Court House SEND A NOMINATION. in Lancaster Ky. We will be glad to hear from, new Signed; contestants in all parts of the territory J. P. Holtsclaw candidate for Repof the contest. In district one and resentative, three there is an exceptionally fine J, B. Bourne candidate for County Judge field for new contestants who are ambitious and would like to win one of R. S. Brown candidate for Sheriff. the fine prizes which the Record has John. M. Duncan candidate for County provided for them. Upon receipt of Clerk. your name and address, the contest G. B. Anderson candidate for Jailer. manager will send you printed matter and full information for conducting John Green candidate for Assessor, J. C. Cricillis candidate for Magistrate . your campaign. District No. I. START NOW. R. M. Moss candidate for Magistrate, Now is the time to start and get District No. 2. out and see your friends before the Harrison Ray candidate for Magistrate other fellow gets to them. Let them District No. 3. know that you are in the, great con J. W. Coldiran candidate for Magistrate (Continued on page 6,) District No 4. nefa-Augu- W.J. Romans Lancaster, Ky WANTED - - AT - - ONCE All the Country Hams that you have. Highest price paid in cash or trade, Davidson & Doty. GROCERIES. MEATS. 3& Phone 181. Vi'' c t r raws 7 fc K r;i a -- if4 -- The'Gefitral Record, Friday; Aug 2q, 1913. Let Us Supply Your WW I g ft ft Housefurnishing Needs We have all I HI that is newest and best in Furniture, Qarpets, Mattings, Rugs, Wall Paper, Pictures, Pianos, Organs, Victor-Victrola- s, ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft " Typewriters, Etc. "The Store Beautiful. . i HURT i :- and ANDERSON LANCASTER, KY. -- "The Bright Spot In Lancaster." ; TheCentral Record Who said the automobile craze would All Aboard For London Fair. Found. Farm For Sale. working when thus warned in will be been the case. "play out" in Lancaster, a new one is allowed seventy five cents per day for The proposals as made through Mr. The L & N will run a special from Having traded with J. P. Dotv fnr ,. During the Woman's Fair on college added to the list almost every week. his work. Certificates will be issued Lind are as follows Richmond to London via Lancaster, nice little farm containing 24 acres I grounds, a lady's black hand bag, conINCORPORATED. Cessation of hostilities and a definite by the County Road Engineer to the taining pair of glasses, a money purse James Allen Cotton Entertains In A Lav- this Friday, arriving here at 7.35 and wisn to sen it, good land on Rura. A YEAR. $1.00 ISSUED WEEKLY. Assistants and the hands for the work armistice. London at 10 o'clock. Returning you Route 200 yards from Stony with some small change. Call at this Point An early and free election. which will be first applied to satisfy leave London at 4.45 P. M. The rate School, best of water, good orchard office. ish Manner In Honor Oi Relatives EorroR. -- . Z. ROBINSON. Huerta to bind himself not to be a the poll tax, if any, against the hand from Lancaster will be $2.10 for the very good five room house unci .r ari'd'the residue to pay property tax candidate. Office At All Times. From Michigan Last Saturround trip. R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. buildings, good shade in yard. CV Agreement by all parties to abide by none, assessed against the hand and if pay for this place in two vears nhirv Dr. H. J. Patrick, the popular denday. Entered it the Post omce In Lancaiterf Kx., he will be paid out 'of the fund of the result of the election. Garrard County Hogs Winners. tobacco, easy terms. Call and see me Scond-Claa- t Mull Matter. tist at Paint Lick, informs us that he at is of The court $2500.00 appropriated. At the hospitable and handsome H. C. Hamilton Garrard won her share of the prem has discontinued his visits to LivingsHarry Thaw is still on Canadian soil, Member Kentucky Press Association the opinion that it has the right to office home of Mr. James Allen Cotton in the iums in the hog line at the Stanford this older being held pending legal proceedings ton and can be found now at his require hands to work under north eastern part of the county on fair. Mr. B. F. Robinson winning and day. Judge Thomas Zantn'nger Morrow Well and if any person so warned in and which will doubtless result in his being at all hours of the last Saturday was held what was in- first on young boar and young gilt, and Eighth District Publishers League. by the law, fails to re extradited as an "undesirable". He not excepted tended to be a reception in honor of A. K. Walker winning on aged sow Will Johnson Has Nice Trip. Known And Muchly Beloved In spond, such person will be subject to a will in all probability be set across the Mr. Cotton's brother and family Mr and aged boar, These winners were of LaKuUr,K7.,Aipst29.1913. colored Will Tom Cotton, and his friend and All the old over- border, probably into the state of Verfine as heretofore. Will Johnson, the local Lancaster Passes Peacefully the Duroc breed and are said to be as seers who have in their possession mont, and then will begin another long undertaker has just returned from family, C. M. Garber of Morance Mich. Announcements road working tools belonging to the drawn out legal squabble between the Georgetown, where he went as a dele all of whom are guests of relatives in good an any in the state. Rates For Political To Rest At His Home In Engineer authorities of the state in which he is gate from the local lodge to the Grand this and Madison counties. Mr. Jas. Hatcher, owner of the Lan However, For Precinct and Cftv Offices . . .$ 5.00 coUnty'will be required by the 10.00 to turn same over to the Assistants, landed and the state of New York as Lodge United Brethren of Friendship. the festive occasion seems to have re- caster and Danville stage line has pur Somerset. or County Offices Offices.... 15.00 who will be required to give to the to whether or not he shall be returned He ajso made a side trip to Indiana- solved itself into something of a family chased a Ford touring car, for use on For State and District Judge Thomas Zantzinger .10 Engineer an inventory of the same to the latter place for incarceration in polis and Richmond Ind. Will Johnson reunion, as there were 135 guests gath- his line. He will also make return For Calls, per line 10 which will be kept by him in his office. Matteawan asylum from which he Is on of our most highly respected ered about the board, only five of whom trips from Danville before he returns the last call at his home in line For Cards, per The Court decided to continue to work made his escape. colored citizens. were not connected with the Cottons with his mail at one oclock. He also Somerset, Ky at 7 o'clock last Monday For all publications in the interon the turnpike as heretofore under by either blood or marriage. There announces that he will carry passen- after an illness of several months. est of individuals or expresGood Crowds Attend Nicholasville Fair. the same contracts and'plans. had been prepared for the ocoasion a gers at a reasonable rate, at all times His funeral was held in Somerset on sion of individual views, per Carltos FJJdn Bays Machine. No arrangements had yet been 10 Wednesday afternoon. Judge Morrow The Nicholasville Fair which begun repast that most assuredly cannot be after three P. M. and on Sunday's. line is survived by five sons. Hon. Edwin Carlton Elkin has joined the ranks Tuesday and closes today, Thursday, surpassed, as all who are acquainted 05 made by the Court as to the amount ilhituftriea. oer line Good Showing By Local Colt. of money that will be expended upon of automobilists having purchased a has been drawing good crowds from with the lavish manner in which Mr. P. Morrow of Covington Ky., Messrs each pike. While bids have been ac- handsome touring car last week. Carl- Lancaster this week. This is one of Cotton entertains will readily testify. Cecil Brown is the proud possessor Boyd, Thomas, Charles and Samuel to announce the cepted by We are authorized the Court and' bonds taken ton is in the business for revenue only the best conducted fairs in the state, Chief among the delicacies served was of a fine horse colt which has been at- Morrow of Somerset and one daughter. following Democratic Nominees. from the bidders, no specific amount and advertises that he will use his car every member doing their share of the fresh river fish, boneless, something tracting the Mrs. attention of our local His Caleb Portwood of Lexington. of work has yet been assigned to the for hire only. Those wishing such ser- work, with the result that quite a neat very seldom seen, and their toothsom horse wife who has long since preceded fanciers. In the hands of his For State Soater. contractors under these bids. This vice would do well to patronize him. little sum has been realized for the eness can be better imagined than des- owner he won two blues at the Brod- - nim to the Great Beyond, was a sister should be done by the Court at an CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. local K of P lodge of that city, under cribed. There was music, both vocal head fair, and at the Stanford fair a of U. S. Senator W. O. Bradley. They Get Off Lightly. Of Casey County. early date. The people are entitled to Judge Morrow was 77 years of age at whose auspices it has always been and instrumental, and the old songs to blue and a red. This week he is being know as well as the contractor how Rollie Simpson and Johnnie Logan, held. Which the older Cottons of generations shown by hi3 trainer. Uncle Jim Shanks the time of his death. He was an Fer jtefresMtatire. much work is contenplated upon each who recently engaged in a difficulty at ago were wont to listen, were inter- at the Lancaster Colored Fair, and un- elegant polished gentleman, a brilliant Pat Under Peace Bond. turnpike in the county. The change Freedom church in the county, in mingled with the more modern ditties of der his guidance should again bring lawyer and jurist and one of the leadJ. R. MOUNT. ing republican politicians of the state. in the road law will cause the people which the latter received a knife In the county court last Monday the present generation. A photographer home the money. to talk the road matters over and get thrust in the right breast, were tried Judge Ford placed William Williams had been especially provided for the ocHe was. circuit judee of this, the 13th. FarCawty Jifce. familiar with the needs and the coun- in Judge Ford's court on last Friday under a bond of $50 to keep district, before Pulaski countv was Will Probably Serve As A Warning. the peace casion and the picture of the assembled CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. taken from the district, and durine ty's ability to meet the requirements. and were fined ten dollars each and and a bond of $100 for his appearance guests were taken in a general group "T" Grimes was fined $1.00. and the his incumbency won the unstinted love There is no difference between the costs. Ga.-rar-d and then each family was taken to itcirat the next term of the FarSkeril. cost in Judge Ford's court for shooting and esteem of the citizens and the dirt roads and the turnpikes, each are cuit court. Williams is charged with self. Owen Hendren also added much Mr. L. S. Gibbs Sells Export Cattle. public highways and are to be kept up C. A. ROBINSON. to the occasion by his recitations, chief upon the public highway, and in de- members of the bar. beine lovinelv assualt with a weapon on Mrs. Fanny fault of the necessary funds with known among the latter as "the old by the public The most traveled pubMr. Luther Gibbs loaded at Hyatts- - Beckley. Williams is a tenant on Mrs. among which was his selection which lic thoroughways, of course, should be For Cesary Attaraey. won the prize at the contest recently which to liquidate, will sojourn with Judge." ville on last Saturday 57 export cattle Beckley's farm, raising a tobacco crop Cap't Adams until his account is maintained as macadamized roads and weighing 1344 pounds each, which he and in an altercation over the crop he held in Lancaster. The guests of hon- squareJack GREEN CLAY WALKER. in are entitled to more consideration with the Commonwealth. John W. Boland Dies Suddenly In Charles or were, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Garber had sold to Weil Bros, of Lexington at assaulted her with a hoe. the distribution of the lax funds. At and son and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cot- "T'S2" obstreporous conduct disturbless then 7$ cents per pound. Far Jailer. ton S. C. tax- ahade least sixty five per cent of all the Appreciated Honors. ton, came through from Michigan in ed religious worship, which added to Taking into consideration the extreme es collected for county purposes in ly dry his offense, and the retribution is both DAVE ROSS. A telegram to Mrs. John W. Boland weather which we have experAt a meeting of the Rexallites of the Mr. Garber's handsome large automo timely and just and should prove a lesthis county, excluding school tax is ienced this summer, from Charleston S. C, on last Monday and the resultant world at Boston last wrek an old Gar- bile, and the former, whose first visit Far Auessar. used for road purposes. This of it shortage of grass and stock water, to Kentucky was made the occasion of son to those who are inclined to seek brought the sad intelligence of the self makes the road question one of these cattle were extremely good, and rard county boy figured quite promin- this handsome reception, surely formed out the abode of those who are en- death of her husband in that city. DAVE C. SANDERS. ently. W. S. Elkin Jr. of Atlanta, in the worship of God when Mrs. Boland had received a letter vital importance to the people. In ad Mr. Gibbs sale was far in excess of and son, of Capt. T. A. Elkin of this a very pleasant opinion of Kentucky gaged they get their skin full of mean liquor from him the day previous and he was dition, nothing so stimulates the busi what might have been expected. hospitality. Far School StpernleMbit. place was presented with a handsome ness social and school progress of the and wish to give vent to their feelings. in apparent good health and spirits, MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. county as does the benefits of good Tobacco Outlook Promising In Garrard chest of silver a3 a token of his popu Educational Prospects More Promising The citizens of Garrard county and and the news of bis death came as a larity and special service rendered this roads, good dirt roads as well as turnthe officers are very tired of such con' terrible shock. Mrs. Boland has been large and prosperous organization. The Far MifUtrale. Thai Erer Known In History Of pikes. To assist and encourage the duct and are determined to put a stop almost completely prostrated since the Cowly And A Good Crap Id Sight, gift was quite a surprise to Mr. Elkin public officers in giving the people the to it as is evidenced by the severe receipt of the sad news. His remains District. 1st County. and the honors we are sure were apNotwithstanding Press Reports punishment 'administered to Grimes arrived in Lancaster at 2 o'clock this best results for the tax fund expended JOHN N. WHITE. preciated. and the labor of the hands warned in The opening of the school term in for his wrong doing. (Thursday) afternoon and the inter2nd District To The Contrary. we suggest that an ' organization be the fall of 1913 marks the brightest ments will take place some time durLOGAN ISON. Hogs To Be High And Scarce. Wills Probared. had at once in Garrard county with prospects from an educational standing the day. regular monthly meetings to discuss From reading reports on the GarThe individual who has an adequate point in the history of Garrard county. Besides his wife, who before her will of the late Cyrus M. Mober The We are authorized to announce the questions pertaining to the better- rard county tobacco crop published in number of fat hogs for his meat this Two new Consolidated High Schools, ly was admitted to probate in the marriage was Miss Elizabeth Walker city offices. following candidates for ment of the roads of the county and the daily newspapers recently, one un- fall will be indeed lucky. Because of the one at Paint Lick beginning its county Monday. Mr. of this place, the deceased is survived court on arrange for any plans to bring it acquainted with the situation would be the severe drought and the scarcity of second term and the Buena Vista Moberly devised last of his proper by a daughter, Miss Dorothy Boland, Far Pafice Jrige. that all about On any Saturday afte'moon led to believe that the crop was destin- water, and the probability of corn be- school its initial term, both with splen- ty both personal and real should go to and by one brother and a sister, both E. W. HARRIS. the organization could be effected and ed to be a failure this year. Such is ing high this fall and winter, there did corps of teachers and prospects for his wife during her life time and at of whom reside in Ironton O. The J. P. PRATHER. the move started. We believe if the by no means the case; it is true that has been an unprecedented number of successful school years. The school at her death should be divided, share and brother and sister arrived in Lancasmatter could be Drought to organiza- some oi tne toDacco already cut is hogs sold and shipped from the county, Lancaster with a new $30,000 building share alike between his children, ter on Wednesday night. Mr. Boland short, but this is caused by the drought and the result will be that meat hogs unsurpassed by any town in the state for many years was engaged in the The Fiscal Court agreed upon and tion it would be permanent on account causing it to ripen prematurely. This willmore than probably be extremely of like size, with all modern conven namely, messrs Wm. M. and John J. cross tie business at Bumside Ky., adopted a plan for keeping up the of the general realization of the need Moberly and Mrs. Myrtle Speaks and County Roads until January first at its of better roads and the universal de- early cutting however, comprises but scarce and high at killing time. The iences, latest sanitary appliances, mod the children of his deceased daughter where he had a large mill, but the a very small per cent of the countys prospect for the lowly editor to have em heating and lighting facilities, a meeting on Tuesday. The question sire to have better roads at once. Mrs. Frank Folger. Mr. Moberly constant ravages of the water so inThe present condition necessarily crop, and will not effect the crop in jowl and greens next spring is exceed- new principal and the already efficient owned a has been much discussed by the people farm of about 100 acres near jured his plant that he finally gave it over tne county and given the mem- suspends the further building of turn- general. In some parts of Garrard ingly slim, and they may not so much corps of teachers materially strength Stone. The will was dated Nov. 13, up. At the time of his death he was bers of the Court some worry. Many pikes by the county until the dirt county tobacco was never better, it as dream of such a luxury as old ham. ened, gives promise of increased 1909. No executor was named in the engaged as a traveling salesman for and a most successful school will and the court has not as yet ap- - the E. C. Atkins Saw Works of Indiachanges in the old law were made by roads of the county are made passable having been seasonable, and the gennapolis Ind., he had been assigned the the Legislature of 1912 which required and are in condition to fairly satisfy eral rain of last week put an altogether Lagan Woods Appointed Postmaster At year. pointed one. The people of Lancaster and Garrard the Court to make changes in the old the traveling public of the ' various different aspect to the general outlook will of Mrs. Margaret Mc territory in and around Charleston, The Danville. throughout the county, and the crop is county have just cause to be proud of way of looking, after the dirt roads. parts of the,county. Stinnett was also admitted to probate. and contemplated moving his family to far from being a failure. Early in the Chief of Police Logan Wood of Dan- the rapid strides made by the cause of It was dated April 17, 1902, and gives that place in the near future. The The overseen have been legislated out of office and their places will be taken It appears to be pretty certain that season considerable trouble was ex- ville has received the indorsement of education in the county within the last to her son Henry Edgington, ten acres firm for which he worked was one of by assistant Road Engineers appointed negotiations are about to cease be- perienced because of the backwardness Senator Ollie James and of Congress- ten years, and when we look back to of land in Garrard county and to her the largest of its kind in the world, by the Road Engineer. Mr. Cleveland tween the Huerta regime and the and scarcity of plants, and as a result man Harvey Helm and will probably the educational conditions prevailing daughter Matilda Burke 50 acres of and owing to his wide acquaintance Bourne with the approval of the Coun- United States, whereby through the much ol the crop is late; this part of take charge of the Danville Post Office here twenty years ago, we can scarcely land in Jessamine county. It was her among mill people, Mr. Boland was desir-ing-one of their most valued employees. ty Judge. These assistants will be kindly offices of the latter, peace may the crop, if the season lasts long en- by the first of the year. Although credit our senses. Then parents desire that no executor be appointed. ough, will prove the cream of the crop, Mr. Linney, the present Postmaster give their children an education There was never a more whole paid for the services when actually at be restored in Mexico. Huerta asked souled, nicer gentleman than John work on the roads $1.50 per day. that President Wilson delay the read- and as there is little danger of frost to has served but one year of his present beyond the plainest english course were Public Sale. away from Boland, a perfect gentleman in all $2500.00 was appropriated out of the ing of his message to Congress in re- any extent earlier than the middle of term, he has nevertheless served six- compelled to send them As administrator of the estate of that the term implies, he never said September, it is reasonable to expect teen years in his present position, and home, which involved no little expense, road tax fund of 1913 levy for the gard to the matter, and this was' done, county dirt roads in, addition to the Huerta being given 24 hours in which that the greater part of the crop will for this reason Senator James present- and in consequence many of us were George Grow (deceased) I will on or did aught that wquld wound the SATURDAY, SEPT. 6 feelings of his fellow man, devoted to debts already incurred for the working to give his answer to the proposals be cut and safely housed before that ed the matter to the Postmaster Gen- deprived of an education which is ours of the dirt roads since last October. made by Pres't Wilson through bis time. The crop through the countyj is eral and asked him to replace Linney nowadays for the taking. The schools at one o'clock P. M. on the premises his home and family, a true friend and This fund is at the disposal of the representative, John Lind; this time "spotted" and cutting will extend with Wood by January, saying that of the county now are prepared to of home place at Hackley Ky, sell at splendid gentleman, his death will Road Engineer subject to the order of expired without an answer from the from now until the first of October, the former will have served four full equip a student with an education public outcry, the personal property come as a deep sorrow to all who the court as made at the recent meet- Mexican, and the uuited States will and the quality in general will be fully terms by that time. Mr. Burleson which will ampiy qualify them to make belonging to Geo Grow estate. Con knew him. and kitchen furni To the deeply bereaved wife who is ing. T The Road Engineer or his as- most probably assume an attitude of up to the average of former years, and agreed with Mr. James in the matter their way in the hurly burly, busy sisting of house-hol- d the quantity will not fall far short of and Mr. Wood will be appointed by world which they face when their ture, 1 Buick automobile, wagons, bug; so well known and universally resistants under the law may warn in all non interference and non recognition school days are finished, and their par- gy, harness and farming implements, spected and loved in Garrard county, able bodied men with a few exceptions toward our southern neighbor. Many the quality. Buyers are already in January. and to the little daughter who was so Wood has been prominent in ents have the gratification of knowing hogs, chickens etc. under fifty years to of the Powers came tojthe assistance of he county looking over and getting a over(eighteen and, Mr. . W. F. Champ, admr. devoted to him, the heartfelt sympathy work on the dirt roads in the districts Pres't Wilson in propounding his pro- line on the crop, and it is a 'safe pre- Democratic politics at Danville, for this education was received at no adGeo. Grow estate. of the entire county is extended and to which they are allotted. The Court posals, and it was thought that the diction that the tobacco crop of 1913 many years, and his appointment ditional outlay beyond the taxes which Mrs. Grow will also offer for sale at may He who is a father to the fatherordered the County Road Engineer to pressure would prove o great that will make up to many a farmer what comes as a well deserved 'honor and a all are compelled to pay, regardless of same place, 1 pair mules, 1 bay horse, less comfort them in their hour oi wain thesehandji Jn towork the. roads Huerta.could not afford, to disregard he loses on a damaged and inferior Bource of gratification to his many whether not we have children to ' sorrow. 2 cows, 1 calf etc friends. not to exceed four day and each band it, however, such seems not to have corn crop. Morrow-answered to -- ' 'l i ' -- V nv 3 fx. " T-VJ "? TSy23. The Central Record, Friday, Aug 2$, 1913. vtiwMar Page S RAILROADS IN Hoosier Drills Cheap. Two Studebaker Wagons Cheap. Call at once. Hay Balers. Ohio Feed Cutters, Gas Engines. Coal Oil Stoves. Toledo Cookers. Fireless Cookers, something new. Get your wife one and save her strength and beauty. Refrigerators and lee Cream Freezers Cheap. Come in and see them GERMANY. I Mm.40444600066006660604e HO0OOO0OO0OOOiH)i YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. X CELEBRATION IN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY METROPOLIS WILL COMMEMORATE INCIDENTS IN WAR OF 1812. KENTUCKIANS' HOME-COMIN- G Try a load of our coal it better.than you have had. Garrard Milling Co. No Danger of a Train Starting Un; Everything Is "Ready." A returned traveler who seut much may be of his time Iu Germany drifted into J ONE MILLION RESN FORMER DENTS INVITED TO ATTEND GREAT CELEBRATION. and get a drink of ice water. - HUNDRED YEARS OF PEACE RAILROADS OFFER LOW RATES J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. Llpi To IN Battles Which Kentuckians Won and Perry's Victory on Lake Erie! Battle Massacres In Which They Suffered 7 of Thames and Massacre of River Will Be Reproduced In Fireworks Raisin To Be Reproduced In Fireand Shams on Land and Water. works and Sham Battles. A week's celebration, which Louls-villiadeclare will be the greatest and most spectacular in the history My 1 of celebrations In America, will be held in the Kentucky metropolis for seven days, commencing September IN 29, and will be the climax of aperies of celebrations held in a dozen lake cities, to commemorate the sufferings and victories of American arms In the War of 1812 as well as to focus attention on the achieveI am back home again for ments of a century of peace. The crucial and decisive engagement of a while, after a seven the War of 1812 was the battle of the months tour through the Thames, fought and won on Canadian The series of soil October 5, 1813. advertising and South celebrations, which m America will close In will be held In Louisville, Octoselling my Indian Remeber 5, 1913, and Just one hundred HrdHhrHKrHlKH'HNPKSl years from the hour that Col. Richard dies. My trip was a M. Johnston, afterward Vice President of the United States, slew the Indian selling great success, i chief Tecumseh, President Woodrow M more medicine,doing more Wilson will probably be addressing a DAKOTA. JACK, crowd of 100,000 people In Louisville, The North Western Cow Boy. advertising and getting the home of many of the troops who fought in the battle of the Thames. better results than ever. I am getting hundreds of letters, Kentucky was assigned the closing testimonials and praises from all over the United States in and choice date of the celebration regard to my remedies. My remedies are all on sale and because of the distinguished part always will be at played by the Kentuckians In the War of 1812. Kentucky began to play her E. Stormes, and R. E. McRoberts & Son, part In the generation before the war Lancaster, Ky. opened, when she sent Gen. George Rogers Clark and other Louisville soldiers into the hostile wilderness which they wrested from the French and Indians and out of which was aftPursley's Indian Herbs that's making my name famous all erward carved the great States of over the United States, for Blood, Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Stomach, nervous and female troubles. A 45 days treatment $1.00. H Michigan. was Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment for all pain and deafness Kentucky the last state which price 25 cts per pottle. Dakota Jack's Creme Soap for human could have beneflted from the war. In3 cakes 25 cts. skin, shaving, shampooing and bath asmuch as it was brought about chiefImpressment or ly by the British Wm i American seamen, none of whom were Kentuckians, whereas should war prevail the unfriendly Indians on the frontier of the border states could be expected to commit atrocities from which Kentucky had already received the name "Dark and Bloody Ground." However, it was chiefly Henry Clay, in Ahe Kentucky Congressional Delega tion that forced President Madison to declare the second war with Great Britain, and Kentucky furnished forty per cent of her fighting population to go into that war, and at the close of the war of the listed dead more than eighty per cent were the names of Kentuckians. Kentucky troops to What could be better for town or country buildings than a roofing a man were massacred at the River Raisin and again at the first attack that won't burn won't leak that is lightning proof lasts as long on Fort Meigs. as the building itself, and never needs repairs? came to man Perry's Cortright Metal Shingles meet every one of these requirements. i, When the time he selected Kentuck ships, Beware of imitations None genuine without the words " Cortright unaccustomed to the motion of i ians Reg. U. S. Pat. Off." stamped on each shingle. the lakes to mount into the insecure rigging and from that vantage point, For Sale by with their practiced eye and unerring aim, fired down upon the British and Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street, won the battle of Lake Erie. Practically every officer and soldier in the Philadelphia, Pa. battle of the Thames was a Kentuck-ian- , excepting alone Gen. William Henry Harrison, who, however, held his commission as Major-Generfrom the Kentucky legislature. The charge of the Forlorn Hope, about the brief3C 3CZUC est, most terrible and most heroic attack narrated in the annals of warfare, consisted exclusively of Kentucky soldiers when nineteen of them and their twenty horses went down to certain death. It was the Kentucky sharpshooters who are credited with having won the battle of New Orleans after the war had in reality closed. Kentucky proposes to reproduce most of these scenes of the war of 1812 in the Louisville celebration. The battle of the Thames will be reproduced on land in Cherokee Park, topographically situated similar to the land on which was fought the battle of the Thames, and every detail of the sham battle will be as nearly historically correct as can be done. Louisville will take advantage of her magnificent river frontage in order to celebrate suitably the battle of Lake Erie. The actual battle will be depicted in a gorgeous entertainment of fireworks and all morning and all afternoon preceding the engagement there will be boat races, life saving feats and aquatic sports. A historical pageant, depleting various scenes of the war of 1812 will also include a magnificent floral parade, such ax made Louisville famous a year ago, and will include civic and ml'itary parades many miles in length. Diills and exercises by 10,000 costume 1 school children will be held in the First Regiment Armory; a mammo'.h reception will be given to the descend-ent- s of Kentucky soldiers and sailors of the war of 1812, and a series of costumed balls will be given in the.r honor. Exceedingly low railroad rates, probably as low as one cent per mile. pi from a distance of several hundred miles of Louisville, will be granted 3C 1L JL and efforts are being made to secure to other Kentucky points rates from Louisville for the week immediately following the celebration, to enable former Kentuckians who return home to visit' the celebration, to visit also their old Kentucky homes. Friends Garrard County. I P 9 expatriated Kentuckians and their children, even to the fourth and fifth generations, have been invited to return to Louisville to participate in the Perry's Victory Centennial Celebration, to be held in that I city seven days, beginning September 29. Those particularly invited are the descendants of Kentucky soldiers and sailors of the War of 1812, and It is estimated that 75 per cent of native-bor- n Kentuckians and the descendants of those born in Kentucky in the past century aie eligible to participate In such a celebration. Approximately one million people now living in other states are included in the "list of those invited." The purpose of the Louisville celebration Is to commemorate not only Perry's victory on Lake Erie but all 3ther events of the war of 1812. However, in particular honor of Commo- One million d I J. Pursley's Indian Herbs I t ii 0y')yxy:siilPMSlli li 2MMS Up empire. He rode the most ou local trains, though not having n set purBefore renewing for papers or mag- pose, and proceelcd only for short distances. azines see me. I will .give catalog On one of these vagrant trip he prices. Mrs. DolliV Brown. surrendered his ticket and bad uotblug 4tpd. on his mind but bis destination when Good Service. Prices Right. conductor tuuie and said: We are making cement Block slabs, the Phone 354-"Extra fare, please." Pier block, chimney blocks, yaid fence "Why?" demanded the experienced Lancaster, - - Kentucky. block any design or kind. Call and see. voyager. Garrard Milling Co. "Because." .answered the conductor, "we have cut out five stops and the For Sale, Cheap. D. train Is now an, express. The recollection of the writer runs My farm containing220 acres will sell back to the time whwi us a small boy altogether or in lots from 25 to 50 he first beheld the start of a Cermnn acres to suit purchaser. railroad train. The Impression is self W. T. West. evidently vivid to have lasted so lung. Ofllce at Rainey s Livery Stable. First there was a prodlgoiis pow-- -- Lancaster. Kentucky Your account is past due. wow between .the head baggageman and the porters, who annual excitedly I need money to meet my over the disposal of trunks. Every thing awaited the conclusion of their obligations. Jabbering and the loading of the car. If you want to be elected right, get Nobody else seemed unlimited or even Rella Arnold. concerned. The conductor looked on SHAVED RIGHT stoically, and the engineer phlcgmntl-callyou will be right if you go to the and Strayed. talked to a bystander on the pint-forright shop on Richmond street. Strayed from my place about the The last trunk In. the baggage smashThe Old Reliable Barbkk. middle of June a bay mare, brand, bar ers retired, still arguing. The conductT. on left hip about 8 years old, will or went to the end. of the train, nnd the HENRY DUNC3N give $5.00 reward for information guards stationed themselves alongside at Intervals. AH eyes were on the en leading to her recovery. gineer. He climbed Into his rnb. dls John Sinkhorn, Mitchelburg, Ky. nosed himself on his sent In n leisurely way and protruded his head from the! Farm For Sale. window. "Fortlg?" he Inquired of the first Two Hundred acre blue grass farm for sale in high state of cultivation. guard, who turned to the second also to ask "fertlg?" This was reimited Well improved with plenty of good along to the last car. where the signal water. Prices right and terms easy. system doubled on Its trail It having E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glaa.ts Kitted. Satiafactiou Cu.mnlceti A bargain if purchased at once. Cal been ascertained that everythlnjr was on or address. S. W. Hager, Bryants-vill"fertig.' the Information was relayed Ky. to the engineer, who nodded solemnly and turned to his sent. A lelt tinkled, For Sale. the crossing gates (numerously manned to prevent suicide) nrose. n'1 the train One farm containing 110 acres locatpulled out with the pomposity that ed on the Danville pike three and one characterizes- - everything official In Physician and Surgeon. half miles from Nicholasville, Ky. with . Germany the 'verboten land. LANCASTER, KY. good buildings of all kinds. For further This extreme caution amuses the vis information address Mrs. E. E. itor, but it also makes him reflect. The Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. Sandusky, 729 S. Floyd St. Louisville, government's paternalism may not he affectionate, but It Is farreuchlng. Ky. Office Hours There are no bandy ways to die when Office orer Small Blue Grass Farm For Sale danger can, be forestalled. Chicago t.n to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Storm-- ' Drue Scot the observation of railroading In the UAKOS. i I A. M. BOURNE h.-i- Auctioneer. A. Dr. Wm. Veterinary and Dentist. Pryor, Surgeon CANDIDATES y e, W. M. ELLIOTT, I GOVERNOR ISAAC SHELBY, OF KENTUCKY Who In person led the victorious forces In the Battle of the Thames. Will sell my farm located seven miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike, two Hta Doie of Senna Tea. "When my landlady tells me that miles irom Paint Lick Church. High state of cultivation. All necessary out anything Is good for me," said the buildings. J. F. Higgins, Paint Lick, boarder. "I always recall the halcyon Phone 65 days of my boyhood. There were oc Ky. Post B. DENTIST. Lancasu r, Ky. lore Perry a special attraction riroagraifcMWftWM new-hew- n :c it Have You Visited The fir j! Parlors dezdcdeue :c at the IGE PLANT Open On Sunday ???? and Every Evening I Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. In the Louisville celebration will be the reunion of the Perry family, regardless 3f kinship. Everybody by the name of "Perry" will be Invited to this special entertainment and those who expect to attend are requested to notify Edwin Perry at the Louisville headquarters. The Kentucky Association, which has in charge the Louisville celebration, has given an order for a quarter of a million ancestry certificates to be handsomely engaved, and which will be filled in and given away as souvenirs to descendants of Kentucky soldiers and sailors of the War of 1812. Another entertainment in their honor will be a mammoth reception, at which refreshments will be served and opportunity provided for public addresses. For the few remaining actual sons and daughters a banquet will be given. A great ball will be given In the First Regiment Armory, which has a capacity of 20,000 for them. Forty per cent of the white male population of Kentucky engaged In the War of 1812, consequently forty per cent of the succeeding generation wero really sons and daughters of that war, f and, estimating that of them intermarried with families which did not participate in the war, sixty per cent of the third generation were grandchildren of the war, and in simper ilar manner at least seventy-fivcent and probably as high as ninety per cent of the fourth and incoming fifth generations are descendants of Kentuckians who fought in that war. It Is estimated that in the state of Kentucky alone one million jnen, women and children are eligible' to participate in the proposed reunion, and it Is estimated that another million now living outside of Kentucky are eligible to participate. During the week of the celebration in Louisville spectacular free events, including features on a mammoth scale not heretofore given with any American celebration, wllf be provided every afternoon and evening. Pilgrim ages to notable historic scenes of interest may be made in the mornings. In addition to free attractions there will be scores of the highest priced amusement concessions that can be secured on the American continent. The railroads in a radius of 500 miles of Louisville have been asked to make a rate for the celebration week and Immediately preceding and following that week of one cent a mile. Railroads running out of Louisville probably will give low rateB' to other points In Kentucky, so that former Kentuckians who live a great distance can visit their old homes as well ai attend the Louisville celebration. Local committees are preparing an 1812 museum, in which they solicit the loan of any souvenir or relic of the War of 1812, providing the transpor tation at their expense, and guaran-- . teeing that articles loaned for tne week will be returned to owners. This museum for the time being will undoubtedly be the most valuable collection in America. one-hale Some choice Southdown bucks for sale. Better than I ever owned before. R. L. Elkin. Farm For Sale My farm of 77 acres, situated on the Lancaster and Richmond pike 11 miles from Graded School J mile from Public School. Within 2 miles of 4 churches. Good All in grass, but 15 acres. splendid orchard a improvements, bargain if sold in the next 30 days. Burdett Ramsey. Paint Lick, Ky. Route 2. For Sale. casions then when, after eating profusely of green apples or other unripe vegetables, my works became disor organized and caused me intense dis tress. At such times my mother stepped Into the Imminent deadly breach with a remedy that was good for me. Lick. Kentucky. "She had n partiality for senna tea a beverage which tastes like the Interl or of a Russian Jul). I bad to swallow this fluid until It was necessary to put Phone . i 8 to 12 a. in. hoops on me so I could hold It all. and 229. """-"uu" ( 9 p. m days thereafter my mother for several continued to flood my iusldes with senna tea. always Insisting that it was M. K. Denny an! W. A. Wheeler good for me. Now that 1 am an aged Doctors Of Dental Surgery. man I love peace better than anything Office: Storme Building otoi Hurt A Andtr- else, but I'll climb the frame of any sou's Furniture Store. gentleman who mentions senna tea to LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. me." Walt Mason In Chicago News. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, c Paint lto-l-7to- Bread That Intoxicates. Throughout the eastern part of Siberia It Is no extraordinary sight to see One of the best farms in Garrard tunaftnfo In tha htlnrlitla etnf.os nt tn. Co containing 101 acres, located on toxlcatlon brought on by eating bread. good pike, 3 miles from Camp Dick In the region between the sea and the river called Missouri the humidity of Robinson. All in fine state of cultiva- the climate as well as tbe soil Is retion. Well watered and splendid im- markable. In many parts tbe humidity provements, 10 acre tobacco barr, al- Is so Intense that there grows upon most new. Good neighborhood. This ears of corn a species of fungus. As a farm is part of the Henry Tomlinson result of this the bread made from the farm and should be seen to be appreci- - corn gives nil tbe results of an overdose of alcohol. Whole districts are ! Apply to W. C. Rose, Marcellus Ky, sometimes Inebriated by this strange I . , kind of "alcoholic" bread. Leslie's 1 UUilC 1WITI A. n, v. Weekly. TREES Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES. D." ,, Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies. Ros es Phlox. Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Public Sale. I will on SEPT. 10th. 1913. M. at my farm at Buena Vista Ky sell to the highbeginning at 10 o'clock A. est bidder, the following personal property, head of extra good weanling steercalves, 35 head of cattle as follows-- 20 all the best of colors, high grade shorthorn and Poll A'ngus, age from four to five months, a better lot will be hard to find. 10 head of nice well bred short yearling heifers. 3 extra good veal calves. 4 good milk cows. 1 nice Jersey heifer will be fresh soon. 1 good 6 year old mare with mule colt at foot. 1 good brood mare bred to Jack. 1 good 6 year old mare with horse colt at foot. 10 head of good feeding hogs. 1 sow and 11 shoats. 1 sow and 6 shoats. 1 sow bnd pigs. 10 coming 2 year old black face ewes, extra good lot. ?500.00 worth of Merchandise, of which the following is a partial list 1 lot of new halters, 1 lot of new strap hinges all sizes. 1 Grind Stone. 2 good big new dirt or pond scrapers. 1 new no. 13 Vulcan plow. 1 lot of horse yokes. 1 lot of long handle dirt shovels. 1 lot of new Collar I ads. 1 set of new heavy wagon harness. 1 new set of buggy harness. 1 lot of new plow lines. 6 kegs of Salvet, the stock conditioner and tonic. 2 pails of Dr. Hess Stock food. 1 dozen bottles of the best liniment iu the world. 1 lot of new work bridles. 50 new buggy whips of all kinds. Lot of wagon whips. 100 pairs of new Corduroy pants. One thousand other things. Terms made known on day of sale. Dinner on the ground. WEDNESDAY H.r.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. L. & N. Arrive. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville: at Winchester with C & O to Lexing ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & No 10; 50 Subscribe For WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent .Lancaster, Kentucky. --" The CENTRAL $1.00 RECORD. Per Year. A. T. SCOTT, Buema Vista Ky. John I. Vanarsdale, Auctioneer. Asliiand, 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 & Beattyvilie. Lexington & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 am. To Richmond-- , connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 29 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bard3town & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. ytfC VP'"' Nl :rage t TXWttW&Z; 4-ff? the Central Record, Friday, Aug 2q, 06 1913. W OOOCGOOOf PARISIAN SAGE FOR THE HAIR less 30,000 Voices! Lancaster And Many Are The Voices Of People. 6$0006000000frOiflot 00 000600000000' ft. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. Good Service. Phone 354-- If your hair is too dry brittle colorthin stringy or falling out use Parisian Sage now at once. It stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair of dust and excessive oils, removes dandmakes the ruff with one application.-arihair doubly beautiful "soft fluffy abundant Try a 50c. bottle It will not only save your hairandmake' Prices Right. it grow, but give it the beauty you desire. R. E. McRobe'rts & Son. d Lancaster, - - Kentucky. PAINT JiWK. Mrs. John White .has been" .visiting Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Raineys Livery Stable. -- Kentucky Lancaster, -- her daughter Mrs. ft. G. Woods'. Mr. Arthur Eldridge has had for his guest Mr Williams of Lexington. Miss Salhe Woods is the guest of her aunt Mrs'. Joe Frisbie.at Gallipolis Ohio. Mrs. Edd Brown has gone to Paris CANDIDATES If you want to be elected right, get for a visit to her mother Mrs. y. Miss Lucile Ramsey of Lancaster, is the guest of her cousin Miss Arnold Ramsey. and you will be right if you go to the Mrs. Melitia Estridge and son Ray right shop on Richmond street. spent several days at Harrodsburg, The Old Reliable .Barber last week. Miss Bessie White has accepted a HENRY DUNCAN position as teacher in the school at tiurksville, Ky. Miss Docia Metcalf is at home after several days visit with Miss Jennie Ward of Lancaster. Miss Louise Rice left home last V jKj HhC LLLr Hm hrB Wednesday for a visit to relatives at Paris and Winchester. E. W. Morrow, Graduate Opliciat Miss Fannie Scearce of Shelbyville, Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. has returned to her home after a visit to Miss Mattie Tribble. Miss Hazel Patrick returned home Monday night after several weeks stay with relatives at Paintsville, Ky. Miss Susie Higgins and Mrs. L Physician and Surgeon. Woods returned last Wednesday E.from a trip to Detroit, Niagara Falls anu LANCASTER, KY. other points. Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220 Mr. William McKinney of Montgomery, Ala., is the guest of Mr. William Royston and daughter, and Office Iloars Office over Mrs. E. L. Woods. ft.m to 12. 1 p.m. to I. .. Stormes' Drag Store Misses Stella and Loula McWhorter had for their guests from Saturday till Monday Misses Allie and Stella Hendren and brother Jesse, of LancasDENTIST. Puone 65. Lancaster, Ky ter, Miss Mary Roberts of Burlingtoi. and Mr. Ross Foley of Richmond. SHAVED RIGHT Thirty thousand 'oices What a grand chorus! And th t's the number of American men a. ! women who are praising Doan's K Jney Pills for relief from backache, kilney 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. Brumme'tt.-Cra- b Orchard St., Lancaster, Ky., says: "Nearly every spring I use Doan's Kidney Pills and they keep me in good health. During the winter colds settle on my kidneys and caused pains through my back. A friend told me about Doan's Kidney Pills and I used them. They stopped the pains and my kidneys became normal " Mr. Brummett is only one of many Lancaster people who have gratefully endorsed Doan's Kidney Pills. If your back aches if your kidneys botheryou, don't simply ask for a kidney remedy-a- sk distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mr. Bruminett 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." AND Valuable Pers ona Ity At Public Sale To The Hie iifSolb Ol 3 1IIIYANTHV1LLE Mr Billy King has been recuperating at Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs A S Haselden came home Saturday after a stay at Crab Orchard. Mr and Mrs Hogan Ballard were in Nicholasville this week for the fair. Mrs. Eliza H Ballard is able to be out after an illness of several weeks. Miss Maud Perkins of Middlesboro is the guest of Miss Francis Tomlinson. Miss Estelle Phelps of Richmhnd has been the guest of Miss Elizabeth Bryant. Mr and Mrs W T King of Paint Lick have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Howard King. Mr and Mrs A T Christopher of Somerset, are visiting Mr Logan Ison and Miss Eliza Ison. Miss Dixie Braley of Ohio has been the recent guest of her cousin Miss Patty Belle Burke. Mrs Eliza H Ballard and Miss Mayme Lee Ballard are spending the week at Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs G B Rose and Mrs G A Bowling nave returned from a visit to relatives at Jackson and Booneville. Miss Mae Jenkins of Georgetown has returned home after a visitwith Misses Anna Kay and Margaret Jenkins. Miss Mayme Lee Ballard came home Tuesday after a ten days visit with Misjes Anna Lee and Marguerite Wool-fol- k of Lexington. Mrs C C Becker is at home after a weeks stay in Nicholasville, she being called there by the illness of her sister Mrs John Johnson. Quarterly meeting services will be held at the Methodist church Saturday and Sunday 30th and 31st. As this is the last service before Conference it is hoped that every member will attend. The presiding elder Rev W E Arnold will be present and conduct tire services The stock has been subscribed for a new telephone company to be known as the Bryantsville Telephone Co. It is to be incorporated it $3,000 and is to be owned by the citizens of this vicinity. Mr C C Becker has been elected Pres, Mr Noah Marsee Vice Pres, Dr W B Montgomery Secty, and J C Williams Treas. Work on installing the line will begin at once and while the rates will be lower than at present it is hoped that the service will be quite an improvement also. Suffered Eczema Fifty Years -- As Executrix of Nixon Perkins, Deceased, I will sell to the highest bidder on Thursday, September 4 out-buildin- gs 5 Ills Z3& W. M. ELLIOTT, IB. F. "Wajlteb J. PATRICK, Dentist. H. The Best Pain Killer. Paint Lick, pSe M. K. Denny Office: Kentucky i&s?a and . A. 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 says: "It robs cuts and other injuries of their terrors. As a healing remedy its equal don'texist." Will do good for you. Only 25c. at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 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, Nicholasville and Lexington turnpike road, six miles from Lancaster and eight miles from Danville. The site upon which the dwelling is located is attractive and all the surroundings are beautiful, and the farm is ideal for residence purposes. 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 Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Stormes Building ovei Hurt & Ander son's Furniture Store. LANCASTER, - PLATFORM OF THE KENTUCKY TREES Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES. Progressive stock raising on account of the abundance of water on all parts Of the farm furnished by seven never failing springs. The soil is the true blue grass kind,, which makes stock raising profitable. The fai m is inrprcved with barns, which are supplied with water for the purposes of handling stock. Party Of Garrard Co. 1. We hereby reaffirm our allegience to the principles of clean elections and good government, as set forth at Chicago, in the Progressive National 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 cantruthfully assert that there is no better in the State of Kentucky. The following is a partial list of the personal property: 4 Good Work Mules, 4 brood mares, 4 mule colts, 1 three year old gelding, 1 two year old filly by Rex Hilton, 23 head of two year old cattle, 4 head of yearling cattle, 4 milk cows and calves, 8 brood sows 2 sows and pigs, 1 Poland China Boar hog, and 40 shoats. FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Shrubs. Asparagus, Rhubarb.Peonies, Ros es Phlox. Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. 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. No28;ll:04a. m. To Richmond, "connecting N to Irvine & Beattyville. & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. with L& Lexington Knoxville. with fast 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. - Pupils are surrounded with an atmos phere of culture, wholesome fellowship and safe religious environment New buildings combining all modern conveniences. Health record unsurpassed. Academic and College Entrance Cours es. Music Department under skilled artists trained in Germany, Lecture and Concert Coursa. 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. District No. 2. Expenses for board, tuition, etc. Harrison Ray candidate for Magistrate lower than other schools of like grade. District No. 3. Send for catalog and engage a room J. L. Coldiron candidate for Magistrate early. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. District No 4. Millersburg, Ky. ourselves to use neither money, whisky, or other corrupting influences to secure our election. 3. We pledge to the people of Garrard County the most rigid economy in the administration of their affairs. 4. We favor the payment of reasonable wages for all work done upon the dirt roads as well as upon the turnpikes. 5. We favor the extension of the turnpike system as rapidly as the finances of the county will permit. 6. We favor the letting of the County Poor Farm, the County Funds, and other similar property to the highest and best bidder. 7. We pledge you that all County Contracts will be let to the lowest and best bidder. 8. We pledge our candidate for the legislature to wprk for the initiative. referendum, and recall, a rigid corrupt practice act, strict economy in State's administration, reduction of the State's debt as rapidly as possible; and in all things to be responsive to the will of the people of Garrard Ccunty. 9. We appeal to all law abiding citizens to support us in our fight for clean politics and good government. Signed: F. Holtzclaw candidate for Rer. J. resentative, J, B. Bourne candidate for County Judge R. S. Brown candidate for Sheriff. John. M. Duncan candidate for County Clerk. G. B. Anderson candidate for Jailer John Green candidate for Assessor. J. C. Cricillis candidate for Magistrate District No. I. R. M. Moss candidate for Magistrate, Conventio1 2. Wf pledge Now Well. Seems a longtime to endure the awful burning, itching, smarting, known as "tetter" another name for Eczema. Seems good to realize, also, that DR. HOBSON's ECZEMA OINTMENT has proven a perfect cure. Mrs. D. L. Kenney writes: "I cannot sufficiently express my thanks to you for your Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment It has cured mv tetter. which has troubled me for over fifty years." All druggists, or by mail 50c. PFEIFFER CHE ICAL CO. St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa. skin-diseam 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 on E. W. Perkins, Lancaster, Ky. Or MRS BELLE PERKINS,1 EXECUTRIX. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. MARKSBURY, KENTUCKY. Rapping on Wood. have made some boastful remark, such as "I am never HI," or "My ventures always turn out well." This was originally done as an appeal to the efficacy of the wood of the true cross, and three raps were always In honor of the Blessed Trinity. MILLERSBURG FEMALE KY. COLLEGE a common thing to see peoplo rap upon a chair or door after they It Is School McRoberts LANCASTER Books Drug OUR PLAN of selling Direct to You enables us to save you One-Thir- d MILLERSBURG, An Attractive We are headquarters for School Books and all School supplies. To One-Hal- f the cost you would ex pect to pay for such designs as ours. , 4 Home School For Girls. Store. Our Monuments are Exclusive They are designed by artists of ability, created by artisans of the greatest skill and executed with faithful attention to detail and delicacy of sentiment E3?mJne the ro"t3 Kh&KF d? 1?' ?ouguarantee on arrival and if t0 accPt We JBKff SirvtraW-tatl,onnM5R COLORED 0ur KIlf ??'your nearest depot. .Price is what the d Z1 mg e their safe arrival. work costs thera- - a3301"3 This is Just What we Offer. AUGUST 28th, 29th and 30th, '13 W. H. Harris, President. Write for our beautifully illustrated catalog of exclusive designs. I Consumers' Monument Company, rsau wound, Ueorgia.. - Jerry Doty, Secretary J 4 r J J iJ. , The Central Record, Friday, Aug 2g, 1913. JOHNNY GREEN WILL FLY AGAIN AT Page 5 tXPENbE JSfc. Kontuoky Wheat Drills. CHATTANOOGA. MEN IN CHARGE OF TRY SOLACE AT OUR Money Back for any case of Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Solace Fails To Remove. rru-d- && B 2T &r P fi &ziii .wr-i-r-sre-rr STATE FAIR that M Hs M US'? T &v n ft a xa. wn a W . Mb! i Human Cogs in Big Wheel enSOLACE REMEDY i.s n recent Sciendiscovery of tlm.-Ccrmn:) of Kentucky's Greattists lli.it dihsolvi-- Uric Acid Cri.stnh-um- l I c s & U ty? ys an wd S s.B. ts. est Show C.RKES'S CARDUI FLYKR. I'urilW-.ihi I!lonl. take, and will not ulf.-rt It u the tin- - l'ur- .. to I Lancaster has one of the sa h u atomacli. BEST EQUIPPED m a It j tr! JJT jr. li JZJ&lvMNsitiu "jy AT uSr Tj .! J f1 JJtl 1 i , JT-I.- fl f The Kentucky Fluted Force Feed is the strictest sense of the term, and it sows all seeds, from flax to treated The range of quantities wheat, with unvarying accuracy. is very great, and the operator is not obliged to sow a peck or a bushel every time a variation in quantity is desired. In fact, the Kentucky Fluted Force Feed will enable user to regulate the quantity to sow as low a fraction the as a 1 quart or a pint. One slight movement of each indicator lever sets every feed on the drill. Becker, Ballard 3, Bryantsville, Ky. Co." 3E CHATTANOOGA, August 20. -(S- pecial) The Chairman of the Grand Army Entertuinmmt Committee, has closed a contract with Johi.ny Green, famous Cardui birdman and waterfowl, to make three flights in Chattanooga during the G. A. It. Heunion, to be held in Chatlanoogo September Green is the man who made the record flight in Cardui Flypr No. 1 over Lookout Mountain during the U. C. V. Reunion last May. He was the first man to attempt that dangerous flight. refused by so many other prominent I aviators. A feature of his exhibition Carnext month will be a flight dui Flyer No. 2, equipped with hydroplanes, up the Tennessee River. This will be the first hydroplane flight ever made by any Southern aviator. Visitors to the G. A. R. Reunion will do well not to miss these flights by the famous aviator, free to all, and should look out for the dollar bills, which he drops among the crowds below, as he goes hurtling through the 15-2- 0. in-h- WOBK IS It FULLY OUTLINED i.s guiiranti-i-i- l iind.-- r - Ko - Each Division of the State Fair Will Be Under the Direction of a and a Capable Super intendent. air li3C DE LII TH E 3 LI RHEUMA WILL STOP. URIC POSIT. ACID DE- v S $Z)f$&Xg&&&Z we term. Grab Orchard RATES?8. $10. Rheumatic Complications Checked And The "Human Sewers" Restored. D k 1 Cnn cret relief at the FAMOUS hw ings The Kidneys, Bowels and Skin are the "human sewers" which carry oft" the impurities it. the blood.- - When these are clogged Uric Acid sediment lodges in the muscles and joints and Rheumatism follows. RHEUMA, the great remedy for all forms of the terrible disease, checks the deposit of Uric Acid and the pains and swellings quickly leave the body. RHEUMA acts naturally on the system contains no dangerous urugs to destroy the unaiFectcd organs R E. McRoberts & Son will return your money if it fails; 50 cents a bottle. PLEASURE, HEALTH and REST RESORT. . HAItKHliruv. Mrs Robt Clark sold a weanling calf and $13. a week for $20. Mrs J B Kemper sold and ?10. 2 calves 110 lb $34 4 Jno.S. Robinson, Pres. d J. B. Willis, Secty-Trea- s. g at ; Mr Pope sold a bunch of 7 2 cts. hugs Iva Pointer has been visiting relatives at Cartersville. Mrs Edmond Sutton has been quite sick for a few days. Mark Goins sold a combined mare for $1000 to W O Walker of Stanford. Miss Elizabeth Simpson is visiting her aunt Mrs Simeon Cook, Lexington. REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee Mr Sanders and wife have returned from a visit to her father Mr Lee of Nina. Mr George Boner and family of were the guests of Mr T Chesnut Sunday. Nich-olasvil- le D and save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, Mortgage, Notes, Slock Inventory, Bonds or Stock Certifi- Rev B A Dawes of Georgetown spent several days last week with Mr David Jenkins and family. Mr and Mrs Henry Ball Mr and Mrs Price Bourne and family were the guests of Mrs Fanny Pollard Sunday. The first of a series of meetings was held last Sunday evening at Pleasant urove wiurcn. ine meeting mrugn out will be oonducted by Rev Bell the pas- tor. . Every body who has an interest ,n the cemetery at this place is invited to be present 2nd day of bep to aid in cleaning off the yard. ' Dinner will be served on the ground The Ladies Working Society will hold a business mseting on said afternoon. Mr Charlie O'Hearn and sister on re- turning from Danville Sunday after- noon barely escaped an accident when the young horse they were driving became frightened at a motorcycle and reared and fell on his nose. The fall was so heavy that it knocked all of the horses teeth but. next-Tuesday cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. mis- Put your valuable papers in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. A. K. DENNY, President. J. E. STOUMES, Vice Pres'L R. T. Emmiy, Ass't Cashier. J. I,. Giu,, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUU For Rent. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Pcsey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. au7srv4sr&jQneLersLflP grar rarkJMssrv.ra. J. S. JOHNSON. J. J. Walker, Jr., Vice r. Book-Keepe- arm, jt. B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. P.igney, As3't Cash'r. Prest. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANIZE!) 1SS3. Te Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. Pad Wltn Papers. When one docs not happen to have an old blanket, which is usually used Babies' Health Commissioner J. W. as a padding for the Ironing board, a Xewman, Frankfort, member in lot of old newspapers will be found Charce: Mrs. John L. Wondhurv. . j. ' " " Lay to be an excellent substitute. Louisville, superintendent. them smoothly on the board until you then required thickness; have the cover with a piece of cotton. The MAGNIFICENT PRIZES papers can be renewed from time to time and' you always have a clean, A magnificent silver trophy, worth smooth board. $125, donated by the American Saddle Horse Breeders' Association, and) prizes of $175 will go to the practical Mothers! Have Your Children Worms. 'Little Farmers" of the state in the Are they feverish, restless, nervous, Students' Judging Contest, which will irritable, dizzy or constipated? Do they be one of the most Important and n tinually pick their nose or grind teresting adjuncts to the Kentucky theirteeth? Have they cramping pains, state Falr t0 be held ln Louisville irregular and ravenous appetite? These next September, are all signs of worms. Worms not ' only cause your child suffering, but Minister Praises This Laxative, Give' stunt its mind and growth. Rev. O. Stubenvoll of Allison, la., in "Kiekapoo Worm Killer" at once. It kills and removes the worms, improves praising Dr. King's New Life Pills for yourchild's appetite, regulates stomach, constipation. writes:-"- Dr. King's New liver and bowels The symptuns disap- - Life pnis ar; auch fc f ' pear and your child is mads happy and shou'd be wlthout them' No better healthy, as nature intended. All regulator for the liver and bowels. druggist or by mail, 25c, Kiekapoo Indian Medicine Company Every pill guaranteed. . Try .them. Philadelphia, Pa. St Louis, Mo Price 25c. a.t R. E. McRoberts & Son. in-co15-2- Ky. Louisville, (Special.) The powerful and ellicleut operation of a gigantic piece of machinery Is depend ent upon its smallest cog, and it is alsc true that the intricate movement of a great enterprise like the Kentuckj State Fair is equally dependent fot smooth and successful running upon the various human cogs forming its operating force. For the eleventh annual State Fair, to be held next September there R. Lee Morris, president of the First are already twenty-twcomponent parts and subsidiary cogs in active and National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote Company as follows: united operation, all working toward the Solace "I want you to send a box of Solace the most brilliant and successful en terprise of the kind that Kentucky has to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose $1. This remedy has ever known. The twenty-twdepartments em- been used by some frier.d3 ot mine brace an enlarged area of exhibit, each here and I must say its action was won department being presided over by a ierful. (Signed) R. L Morris. member of the State Board of Agricul Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. ture, who is styled the member in IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL cnarge, and under the direction oi AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY each member in charge there is one TAKING SOLACE. "No Special or more superintendents, who have active supervision over the various ex Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST hibits and the personal welfare of ex SOLACE ALONE does the work. Write today for the frte box, etc. hibitors and visitors to their domain. SOLACE REMEDY CO., The departments and their supervisors have been allotted in accord Battle Creik Mich. nc.ee with the appended list, and al ready there is the friendliest and most commendable rivalry among the heads and their assistants looking toward the success of their particular field ol operation. The various departments, with thei: heads, are as follows: ,i,vfc-?Hu- . - iz. ."1.-- . Horses Commissioner J. W. New man, Frankfort, member in charge. Guthrie Wilson, Bardstown, superin tendent. Mules and Jack Stock James M X'Ji si ia Terry, Cyuthiana, member in charge. Guthrie Wilson, Bardstown, superin &Z tendent. -Beef Cattle R. J. Bassett, Leltch field, member in charge; W. R. Moor- BOURBON ItEUEDY CO.. Lcilaatcn, Ky. man, jr., Glendean, superintendent. Enclosed Gel photo cf hoc .'to! av. cored of Daily Cattle Pi of. J. H. Kastle, Lex hoJsra with yosr Bjur ben Kez CI ecru Hi This .1 lugton, member in charge; Charles he mciid'-.c-, !oe vas ahiiOt da.l acil then was entirely ept loss of cars, tail, etc. The hou is ia tid th Bright, Eminence, superintendent. BcTirI:r.T'-3ri.sn- , J!r. SkilesEwic?. K. lio Swine J. L. Letterle, Harrod's will be clad to juvccfycu a on-ve Creek, member in charge; L. C. can cet several mere ti you wast them. JEN'KINS SUELETT DXUQ CO.. Owings, Jeffcrsontown, superintendent Boivlfc.? Ctuiz, Ky. Sheep and Goats II. M. Frohman, Ghent, member in charge; W. T. Chil ton, Campbellsburg, superintendent. Sold by IIASELDEN BROS. Poultry and Pigeons G. X. McGrew Bayou, member in charge; Harris Leh man, Midway, superintendent. Doggs C. R. Van Meter, Lebanon member in charge; H. M. Wood, An Kentucky Fair Dales. chorage, superintendent. The following are the d.ites fixed for Vegetables and Melons J. L. Let terle, Harrod s Creek, member in holJing the Kentucky F:iir for 191.1 as charge; Charles Scholtz, Louisville far as reported. Officer.-- of fairs r.io requested to report to us any omission: su, arintendent. Field Seed and Grain G. N. McGrew or corrections of dates: B.iyou, member in charge; H. C. Love Paris, Sept. 2- -5 days. lace, Boston, superintendent. Alexandria, Sept. 2- -5 days. Tobacco James M. Terry, Cynthi Fulton, Sept. days. ana, member in charge; Judge Frank Frankfort, Sept. 2 J days. P. Sebree, Carrollton superintendent; Somerset, Sept. d.iys. Evan S. Reese, Springfield, assistant Bardstown, Sept. days. superintendent. Barboursville, Sept. dsys. Horticulture Fred R. Blackburn. Tomkinsville, Sept. days. Stanton, member in charge; W. W. Hillenmeyer, Lexington, superintend days. Franklin, Sept. ent. Hodgenville, Sept. Plants and Flowers H. M. Frohman, days. Monticello, Sept- Ghent, member In charge. Morgantown, Sept. 113 davs. Women's Department CommissionFalmouth, Sept 104 days. er J. W. Newman, Frankfort, member Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, , in charge; Mrs. H. B. Walcott, Shelby-villeSept. 15- -6 clays. superintendent. Scottsville. Sept. 18- -3 day3. Farm Implements and Machinery r. j. Bassett, Leitchifeld, member in Horse Cave, Sept. 214 days. Bowling Green, Sept. 244 days. charge; T. Beale Murray, superintendent. Adairvil'e, Sept. 253 days. Minerals and Forestry Fred R. Paducah. Sept. 30- -4 days. BIackburu Staunto. meraber ,n Glasgow, Oct. days. cnarge; E. Barton, state forester, days. Murray, Oct. Frankfort, superintendent. Elkton, Oct. 2- -3 days. Students' Judging Contest H. M. Hopkinsville, Oct. 6 G days. Frohman, Ghent, member in charge; Mayfield, Oct, 8- -4 days. E. W. Young, Shelbyville, superintendent. Education Prof. J. II. Kastle, Lex ington, member in charge; T. R. Official Director' Of Garrard County. , Bryant, Lexington, superintendent Speed C. R. Van Meter, Lebanon, Circuit Judge Hon. diaries A. Ilurclm. member In charge. Cuiiimonweitlths Attorncj lion. Emmet Fur- Dairy Products and Apiary Prof. J. j ear. II. Kastle Lexington, member In Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. charge; Prof. J. J. Hooper, Lexington, Master Commissioner W. II. Ilrown. Trustee Jury Fund Iieuj. K. Uobluson. superintendent. Sue Sliclliy Farm Boys' Encampment G. N. Mc- Official Court Stenographer Masou. Grew, Bayou, member in charge; Prof. . County Judge A.I) Kord. H. B. Hendricks, Lexington, County Attgrney J E. Robinson. 15-2o o rn-iand Diugn l.suv In In; :i!)vlntt-lfrom opiates or IkhihI'siI drugs of :tnj lescription SOLACE is a pun in way, and has been proven ht.yoii'lqiitr lion to lie the sure-i- and rein edy for Uric Acid Troubles I wn in medical science, no matter how long standing. It reaches and removes I lie root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek are the Sole U. S. Agents and have thousands of voluntary testimonial let ters which have been received from grateful people SOLACE has restored to health. Testimonial letters, literature and FREE BOX sent upon r t iiR-ko.- I I Bottling1 "Hint e ii.-i- Works I South of the Ohio River. th water on led by our jihnit uhMilutt-lpure. 'I i ;iii of our drink . n- oottlcd in clear 'lliat wt; iKueoi.uof the mo&t Hisosidd Hie most cx.fiisive v. suiting nilfits it fir t, then-fori :ii!f is distilled is . - I I ft bottles. ;ind might is poesildc loolii.iin, - Wed.) not nsclirowu l.o'tks fot tliereafon thr.t it issiFtlf evident fnctilijjt it is to dflcs-- t :iuy dirt or oilier mailer in :i clear horde than Lrown one. We Imlilc in Iear Utile fr.mi distilled water. Mint Cola. (Jint'er Ale. Grange, I mon. Stranherrj and tire other ;"; c fla.ors. i Come in and see m at our plant and see how thise drinks ore put up. Afk for Mint Cola and other dria';s bottled by us and'sce that the name is on tiie bottle and crown. 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P to-th- INPUTS ItOSVTSffG rlH IP3 B I The Kentucky State Fair will offer to the farmers i and livestock exhibitors an onnortnriitv to exhibit the: ibest products of their farms and best scecimens ofjh livestock and e women an opportunity to display jjj tneir iiandnvork and cookery at the lalU rair, iorg which liberal premiums are offered. 3 Ml-t- S30$000 "6-B- iia. Preniiimis Eetel Sailroaa BatesS I I County Clerk J. W. Hamilton Deputy clerk Hurry Tumltuson Coroner J. a. Jones. Sheriff-Geo- rge T. Ballard. Deputy SLeriff C. A. KoMn-n- n. Supcrlutcudaut of Schools Miss Jennie Hlg- - IG DAYS-- 6 For InXormatlon, Entry Blanks, Catalog, Etc., address n J. L. PAUL DENT, Secretary, LOUISVILLE glrs. V. S. Carrier. Assessor Deputy Assessor K. U. I'.ay. Jailer Jack Adams. Supervisor of Heads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer B. F. Hudson. JONES BUILDING ! magistrate. J. P. Bourne 1st. Dist. HarrUos Kay 3rd, Dist. James Coldiiou 4th. Mat. COONTV BJAKD OF EDUCATION. i6"iu2ui.ui9t Cronlty Broadns. 1st. DUt. R D MtMurtrj.Sud Hist. , O. J. lleudren. 3rd. Dist. Thomas P. King, Itli. Dist, CITY OF LANCASTER. Mayor H.T. I.ngan. City Judge E. W. Harris. City Attorney K. H.Tomlluson. City Clrk II. K. llemdon. City AJues'ior John M. Mount. City Trea.urer D.A.Thomas. Chief Felice U E. Herrou. COUNCILMEN. Parker Gregory. II. U. Hamilton. B. F. Walter. W. M. Zanone. Q S Greeuleaf. Win. Horndon. I T GOD'S SViEDlCirES tho Thousands of Testimonials. SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write B, Compounded, accordinjj to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Hecipes of Charlie Whito-Koo- u, Herbalist, for the treatment Tho of""human ailments. Endorsed in tho Bible. y Body-Toni- c. CHARLIE VHITE-MCO- N The Cowbsj L'abalit ontciNAroa or CiETtHJE SEME3IES UDUI SOPE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N COMXEL-SA- & SCIEKCE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky rageU loraly Cosrt Days. The Central Record, Friday, Aug 2gf 1913. CONTEST. New Telephone Company Organized At PAINT I.HJK. Mr. and Mrs. It. Griggs are in Cin- Sngar Loaf Town. John Boner has bought an auto. Kaufman Bros do a fine business. Eugene Monahan the contractor, has finished abuttment alongside turnpike on the Jessamine side of Ky river and has put up work that will stand the storm and high waters for years to come. Jesse Hunter who has been sojourn ing with his grandparents returned to his home in Lincoln county, Monday. A box supper was held at school house last Friday night by the young people. W T King officiated as auc tioneer and the sales were made auick and fast, a3 Mr King understands his business. Geo Smalley of this place landed a yellow cat fish last Saturday morning which pulled the scalesbeam up to 4G lbs. Richmond, 1st Monday. . Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. . Versailles, 4th. Monday. Continued from Page 1. test to win and that you expect their support. You will get a renewal or a subscription from all of them. It is a worthy ambition to Ret to the top of the list but it is also a good idea to create a reserve fund to drop in at some future date when you feel that it is necessary and also.to have a large bunch in reserve for the closing night when the real strength of the contestants show up. Those who have no direct interest in the contest, will generally look over the list when they renew their subscriptions and are sure to cast their votes for some one whose name they find there so it will pay you to send in your nomination at once and get the benefit of your share of this sort of business. Tl ere is very little difference in the standing of the candidates to date, nearly the entire field could be covered by a few years' subscription so that anyone starting today could be jn the lead in a few days, by devoting a few hours to seeing friends. SOME MISTAKES. Bryanlsville And Thai Village Soon To Be Counseled By Inded. Mr. Farmer Do You Own a . Pure Bred Boar? Try one of my Durocs and watch your profits grow My spring pigs are by Sires of Grand Champions and out of sows of royal breeding. Also have a few bred gilts for sale. Entire herd against, cholera. Prices low, quality high. Satis' faction guaranteed. Call and see my herd. Phone 363-- If not, why not? B. F. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. JA BEAZLEY and Embalmer Funeral Director Office Phone 3. candidate will complain that "everybody takes the Central Record; I find it hard to get new subscriptions." That complaint is usually made after the candidate has talked with about three or four people who are subscribers. But the town is big, there are many towns surrounding, and rural free delivery gives the country folks almost as good service as their city Brethren. There are innumerable advantages about the Central Record which appeal to the subscriber. Candidates who are really in earnest find no difficulty in showing these advantages to their friends. But above all else tower the mag nificent rewards that are to be made people of vicinity. to thirteen Their value, as a first considera tion, and to consider the matter from a strictly commercial standpoint, is enough to attract the attention of every ambitious man or woman in any community. Their desirability from a strictly utilitacian standpoint is another strong factor that is going to appeal strongly to every class, and last, and perhaps best, is that overwhelming desire to be a winand deeply-plante- d ner no matter what sort of business or pleasure you may be engaged in. It is foolish to say that one does not care for any of these prizes. It is equally foolish to try to deceive friends with a plea that you are a candidate only because some friend has nominat ed you. As a matter of fact every contestant wants to win for the sever al reasons set forth above, and for perhaps a dozen others that the contest man hasn't the time to enumerate. One NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS. Residence Phone 27 10 years 8years LANCASTER. KY. 5 years 3 years 2 years lyear 184,000 148.000 95,000 59,000 41.000 17,800 OLD SUBSCRIPTIONS. INSURE Your years 8 years 5 years 3 years 2 years 10 1 year ..7. 40,000 30,000 18,000 10,200 7,800 2.400 TOBACCO Against HAIL The price of the Lancaster Central Record is $1.00 per year. Until further notice, contestants will be allowed to poll a sufficient number of votes to make their standing 40,000 in advance to the leader of the proceeding issue. If there is any mistake in the count of any contestant's vote up to the present date, it must be called to the attention of the contest manager before next Wednesday night. Otherwise, the count as published today, must be taken as correct. STORM with WornOul? cinnati this week to see a specialist. Misses Bernie and Mary Lee Lear of pendent L:ae With Out-siLancaster are here the guest of Mrs. WaUer Guyn. World. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Champ motored to The Bryantsville Telephone Company Paint Lick Sunday and were guests of has been organized in that village by Mrs Wm Todd. the citizens of the lower end cf the county with Charles C. Becker as UUUKKYK. president, Noah Marsee, Dr. Bradley B. Montgomery, secretary and J. C. Williams as treasurer. The Mr Owen East wasat Mullory Springs capital stock of the newly organized last week. corporation is $3,000., of which $2,000. Quite a number from here were at is already subscribed and operations will begin at once. An exchange will the Stanford fair. Mr Lee Brown and family enjoyed a be placed in Bryantsville and connection will be made with the Hubble stay at Mallory Springs. company, organized a year ago and Miss Bess Gullev was hostess to the now doing a thriving business; the embroidery club Tuesday afternoon. connection will probably be made a Miss Georgia Crutchfield of Nicholshort distance east of Bryantsville as asville is the guest of Mrs Hiram Kay. the Hubble people already have their Miss Leota Ray has been the guest lines in operation in that locality. The of Miss Emma Sanders in Madison Co. Hubble people have connection with Miss Willie Pierce has returned to the Great Bell system and by this means the new corporation is assured Louisville after a visit to Mrs Oscar of physical connection with the world Ra. at large from the very beginning. It is reasonable to suppose that they will IU1ENA VISTA also be given connection with the Bastin lines, which will give them unMrs. Jones and son of Hazard are exceptionable wire connection. Those new enterprise are guests of the family of Mr C. F. Ison. connected with the splendid business men and clever Mr Will bcott one or our prosperous gentlemen and the success of the new farmers attended the Camden barbecue corporation is a certainty from its at Versailles. start. Misses Mary Lynn and Edna Campbell We are reliably informed that other of Burgin were visitors of relatives parts of the county have under serious here last week. consideration the matter of organizing Mrs. C. C. Humber and Mrs. Smith independent lines and securing con- Hurt of Hyattsville, weie week's end nection with those already construct- guests of Mrs. Bettie Hill. ed, and we are thus insured in the Mr. C. M. Scott and daughters Mary very near future of as good an indeand Priscilla of Lawrenceburg, pendent system of telephones as is en- Lee spent Saturday and Sunday with his joyed by any community in the state. parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Scott. The people who are fostering these Miss Nannie Ison who has been spend enterprises are of the very best citizenry of this and adjoining counties, ing part of her vacation with her grand their interests are identical with the father here is now with relatives at interests of Lancaster and they should McCreary. be offered every possible inducement to construct their lines, and our citizens and business men should offer If Lion Pulls and Horse Pulls. them every assistance in their power If a Hon and a strong horse were to as the construction of these indepen- pull in opposite directions the horse dent lines means freedom from the would pull the Hon backward with grasp of corporations as well as good comparative ease. But if the Hon were hitched behind the horse and facing In telephone service at a nominal price. the same direction and were allowed to exert his strength in backing he could Teachers Institute To Be easily pull the horse down upon his haunches or drag him across the ring, Held In Danville Week Oi October 6th so much greater Is his strength when exerted backward from the hind legs The Teachers Institute, than in forward pulling. composed of the counties of Mercer, Boyle and Garrard will be held in DanAn Unusual Look. "Do you think this new photograph ville Ky., the week beginning October 6th. Miss Jennie Higgins, Superin- of mother looks like her, father?'' tendent of Schools for Garrard county asked the daughter. "No; 1 don't," replied the father. is in receipt of a letter from State "What do you suppose is the matter Superintendent, Barksdale Hamlett, with it?" an extract from which we print below, "Why, I suppose the man told your and which will prove of interest to mother to look pleasant and she was Garrard county teachers. tryiug to do it" Yonkers Statesman. "I have received so many inquiries concerning the Teachers' Institutes, How Could She Tell? that I deem it wise to write you this "Norah." said the mistress, "are these letter. No teacher can count the time French sardines that you have given of the Institute when the school and me?" OI don't know, ma'am," said the Institute are set to begin on the "Shure. the new waitress. "They were pusht same date. The school must actually Bpakln' when we opened the box." begin and must have been taught for Ladles Home Journal. one or more full days before you can pay the teachers for such teacher the Pig Ailments. Cough In young pigs is very often State funds, except as stated above. No teacher can be alljwed to count caused by dust in the bedding. Dry, the time as taught for anything what- short, chaffy oat straw is most likely to ever, except when the school has been cause trouble in this way. The cough regularly and legally dismissed by the often ends in fatal pneumonia. The cough may also County Board of Health or by the Di- to damp sleepingbe due to exposure or places. Such causes vision Board of Education on account should be removed. Thumps in young of a contagious disease." pigs is induced by overfeeding and lack It will be pleasant news to the people of exercise. If both the mother and of Lancaster to know that the joint in- pigs are made to take abundant exer-tls- e dally trouble such as this will be stitute will probably meet in Lancaster next year, as it is again our term. The Unknown. joint institute held here two years ago Salting the Curd. was a source of a great deal of pleasThe curd should be spread out thinly ure and of material benefit to our peo- over the bottom of the vat and the salt ple and the teachers will be again Jut on in at least three applications. warmly welcomed. Each time it should be evenly distributed over the surface. After each sprinkling the curd should be stirred COMING IN ALL ITS ENTIRETY. with curd forks. If the salt is applied too rapidly the outside of the small Sparks World's Famous Shows To Visit pieces harden, and absorption Is hindered. - THREE AT PUBLIC SALE To The Highest Bidder. J. P. Long deceased, we will sell to the highest STANFORD. i3 Miss Lucy Lee Walton of Richmond the guest of Miss Lyle Cooper. Hiss Matsy Grimes is the guest of As agents for the heirs of Miss Mildred Beazley at Lancaster. bidder on Mrs L E Carpenter and son of Phila delphia Pa are the guests of her par- ents. Mrs A B Elkin of Louisville guest of her daughter Mrs It is the M New-land. Wednesday Sept 10th 1913 Tri-coun- ty Miss Elizabeth Adams of Greenville Tex is the guest of her aunt Mrs T W Pennington. Dr Harry Higgins of Richmond Ga is the guest 6f his parents Mr and Mrs W H Higgins. Mr and Mrs E T Beazley and little daughter of Junction City attended the fair last week. Mr M Vandeveer and daughter Miss Daisy are guests of Mr Dave Vandeveer at Richmond. Mr Jack Newbern of Knoxville Tcnn is the guest of friends and relatives here and in Hustonville. Master Carl Hunn who has been the guest of his aunt Mrs Lena LaCompte of Frankfort has returned home. Miss Allie Yantis who has been the guest of Miss Lottie Carson has returned to her home at Lancaster. Miss Mary Bruce is at home after a protracted visit to Mrs Walter K Smith at Clifton Forge Va and other points in the east. Dr and Mrs W B Penny and daughters Misses Cornie and Mary Cooper, who have been the guests of Mrs Mary Penny have returned to their home in Danville. Mr C Hays Foster and mother Mrs J B Foster went to Pineville Monday to see his little daughter who arrived last week. Mr. Foster has just recovered from a recent attack of illness. Miss Alma Hays of Kansas City Mo who has been the guest of Miss Emma Hays has gone to Lancaster to attend a house party given by Mrs Jim Beazley. Miss Emma Havs accompanied her. sale beginning promptly at One O'clock P. M. on the premises now occupied by Ambrose Calico in Madison County, Ky. on the pike leading from Cottonburg and intersecting with the Barn Mill pike and one mile from Cottonburg. formerly the home of the deceased. These farms will be sold in three tracts. Tract No. 1. The home place, containing about 1E0 acres, with all necessary improvements, with good dwelling containing about twelve rooms, two good barns for tobacco or stock, well watered and in a high state of cultivation. Tract No. 2. Known as the Spainhower place and now occupied by Jerry Noland, containing about 200 acres, with splendid brjck dwelling in good repair, containing about ten rooms. This farm is also well watered, with two good tobacco barn and all necessary outbuildings. It is situated on the Barns Mill pike and is six miles from Richmond. Tract No. 3. ajoins tract No. 2 and contains about 80 acres all first class bottom land in high state of cultivation, with good five room cottage and tobacco barn. This tract is all in grass. These farms are located in good neighborhood and near churches and good schools. Tract No. 2 and tract No. 3 will be offered seperately and then as a whole, the highest and best bid will be accepted. These farms are to be sold to wind up the estate of J. P. Long, 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 jears. Those desiring good rich farms will do Well to be on hand promptly on day of sale. For any information write the undersigned, ROBERT LONG, Buckeye, Ky or J. W. ELMORE, Lan caster, Ky. Agents For The Heirs. Jesse Cobb Auctioneer. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION As"8 CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Sept 14th, 1913. I S,2 ii r f ivi -- -. O gai o 03 J o 2 $1 .50 Trip Round 1 .30 Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Round wu Sue m s o -i Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am to o . u o a a ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. J U Vote For Your "FAVORITE" in a O OSUeS o-H 8 ca .25:5 Lancaster For One Day The Central Record's Big Prize Contest, Only-T- wo Fred P Frisbie Office Citizens National Bank. S Phoenix Hotel J. M. SKAIN, Mgr. No doubt you are, If you suffer from any of the numerous ailments to which ail women are subject Headache, backache, sideache, nervous ness, weaK, urea ieeung. are some ot the symp toms, ana you must rta yourself of them in order to feel well. Thousands of women, who have been benefited by this remedy, urge you to TAKE 0b!j Fire Preef Hotel In Central Kentucky Better Than The Best, No Higher Than The Rest. Distilled. Filtered Drinking Water. KENTUCKY Cardiii The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., says: "Before taking C a r d u f , I was, at times, so weak I I LEXINGTON. The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever &s we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of the law. Hunters and. Fisbenoen especially take notice. fl. L. Elkin. G. W. Elam. Ed & N B Price POSTED could hardly walk, and the pain in my back and head nearly killed me. After taking three bottles of Cardui, the pains disappeared. Now I feel as well as I ever did. Every suffering woman should tryCarduL" GetabotUe today.. E-6- 8 Exhibitions. . Four hundred people employed and carrying over two hundred foreign and domestic animals, is the statement made by Mr. V. M. Heaton, agent for the Sparks Shows, who was in town last Monday making arrangements for the appearance of this big circus here on THURSDAY, SEPT, 11th. The strange colony of people, handsome horses, rare wild animals and the golden caravans are scheduled toariive here during the early hours of the morning of the above date in their own special trains from Campbellsville, where they will exhibit the day before. Circus day will begin with a big street parade at 10:30 A. M. and two performances will be given, the first starting at 2 o'clock and the other at 8 o'clock. The grounds known as the Ball Park have been arranged for by the agent and a number of our merchants will receive contract? to furnish immense quantities of feed stuff for both man and beast. The Sparks World Famous Shows have been successfully established for years and bear the past twenty-seve- n a reputation in the Eastern sections of the country second to none for the high class exhibitions presented and the honest manner they have of dealing with the public-- no gambling or grafting being tolerated or carried with these shows. Driving a Horse. The man who continually yells at his horses so that you can hear him all over the farm gets less work out of them than the man who speaks to them In a quiet tone. Public Sale. As committee of Eliza A. Hurt, I will on Remington Typewriter 3 Months for $5.00 We will SATURDAY AUGUST 30th 1913 beginning at 2 o'clock P. M. on her premises near Point Leavell, sell to the highest bidder all of her household and kitchen goods in which is a lot of fine old furniture including a grandfather's clock, a sugar chest, old post bed, spinning wheel, and many other valuable things. W. H. Brown, Committee. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. rent you an understroke model 6, 7 or 8 Remington Typewriter for One Quarter Year at $5.00. Furthermore, we will, at the expiration of the quarter, let you apply this $5.00 on the purchase of a machine. These are the most advantageous rental terms we have ever made. NOW is the accepted time for YOU to ob "Recognized Leader tain the use of a Remington KLr Among Typewriters." HmRrilfl jujilgSg J 1 RICHMOND. KY Visible Model No 10. One Month A Training School for Teachers Conncf lemdloc to Elementary, Inte.mfdl.tff aad Life State Cer tificate!. Valid la all Public Special Schooli of Kentucky. urarwa ana Kaview Coa.ef. Tnltloa Fre. to a V $3.00. Six Months $15.00 Complete Catalogue upon Request. warning .auaiar. milorfef.neTttMelfciioor, new wellequlppod KlwoLdepmrtliieiitorMrKwIt", rmuillin. Dome-ti- e Voremliel I FlrjtTermbetlniBep. Mean.. Third Term JaaaarT EMOOd Term tmtT. Term April!, Summer 8snoQ ppaul Id, J7. Fourth practice moi TwoiDleiidlddor Remington Typewriter Co. INCORPORATED. Cal..,Fr. j Jn G CRABBB Vmlict 134 South Fourth Ave. LOUISVILLE, KY. T - m "V V. V 4 - The Central Record, Friday, Aug 29, 1913. Page 7 rAfeeAJ&crAS.Ji.?SSC5? "SSSS!!!! -- Sggn OU' FOR OUR FALL STOCK. Which means we must make room as we are expecting to carry the, largest stock we have ever shown. 1 I Every Spring and Summer Article in our store can be bought at a most reasonable figure. THEREFORE nHMBCI The JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. The place where you can always get you moneys worth. House of Quality. INSURANCE 0.I l We Write Anv Kind of Gossip About XT Up& .7.7.i(7 Office at National Bank. Ky. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Oomgj Ly Those Wt Arc Interested in. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Phone 27. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Price were visitors at the Stanford fair. Miss A Hie Yantia is in Hustonville, visiting Miss Bessie RifTe. Miss Mamie Walters has been in Stanford visiting relatives. 31 IE DC 1L 1L APPEAfeS to the Understanding We aim at both ends the head and the feet People with the wisest heads are most careful with their feet seeking for them shoes that will give easy comfort, an elegant exterior and long ! I J Mrs. Ed Price and N. visitors at the Stanford Mi?s Knapp West of the guest of Mrs. C. D. B. Price were is fair. Lexington Powell. Miss Nell Eubanks of Danville is the guest of her cousin Miss Mattie Lee ' Hubble. William E. Walker came down from Jellico Sunday to visit his relatives for a few days. Mr. and Mrs Earl Ward of Cincin-- j nati were here the past week ming- I ling with friends. I service. For men, women and children we carry such II. B. Northcott has returned from a weeks business trip to Cincinnati 0. and Newport Ky. Miss Naomi Ballew of Richmond was with the Misses Francis for a visit of several days. Mr. J. W. Acey of Lebanon joined his wife here for a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. Wm Hughes. shoes, the finest footwear ever turned out from a factory. They are models of style, of comfort and of durability, all priced most reasonably. I I j R. S. :e Brown, Lancaster, Ky, nr. :c u " t !S ! w f . HOME. SWEET HQM"e 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 I I Mrs. R. E. McRoberts and son John were with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McRob- ert8 for the Stanford fair. Saufley Hughes is spending a couple of weeks of rest and recreation at French Lick Springs Ind. Mr. John C. Burnside is spending a few weeks at Estill Springs before his return to San Angelo Tex. Miss Minnie Gulley is enjoving a vacation by a visit to her sister Mrs. Ollie Potts in Mt Sterling. Miss Almerta Reed of Greenville, Ohio will be in the trimming rooms of Miss Rella Arnold this season. I s S m I 8 i n 8 1 WHITE SWAN FLOUR you certainly are to be envied, sure it is White Swan. Otder a sack today and be S I Misses Florence Johnson and Mamie Stormes Dunn were with Mrs. Richard Menefee for the Stanford fair. Mrs. R. Parker Gregory and -- little daughter have returned from a recuperative stay at Dripping Springs. Wilkerson attended the Stanford fair and visited their cousin Miss Gertrude Wilkerson. Wm. Bowman Grant has returned from a stay of several months with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bowman in Lewis county. Misses Bessie and Willie l i & Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills is ? Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Haselden and sons have returned from an outing in Cincinnati and other points north of the Ohio. Mr. George A. McRoberts has returned to his home in Covington after spending his vacation with relatives in the county. Miss Katie Simpson left this week for a visit to Mrs. II. E. Thomas at Horse Cave and also an outing to Mammoth Cave. Mrs. I. S. Dunn and children have returned to their home in Lexington after a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gullev. Mrs. . W. I. Williams and family leave Sunday for their home in Tulsa Okla. after spending the summer months in Lancaster. Mesdames Joseph Burnside, John M. Farra and daughter Miss Johnetta are in Covington for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. George McRoberts. Misses Elizabeth Ford and Annie Belle Burnside spent several days of last week at the hospitable home of Miss Elizabeth Gibbs in the country. Lieutenant Charles Morrow passed through Lancaster from Lexington last week, enroute to Somerset to the bedside of his aged father, Judge Thomas Z. Morrow, who is critically ill.; Y If The Point Is Just This Is it better to skimp on your lumber now and spend liberally forever after or is it better to get 'the right 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. If ; lr f ,fl Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. MMinimii Mr. Clarence Hicks of Richmond was hooded in pink. Cherry ice, delightful I Saturday for her home in Knoxville him mini; with Miss Minerva Cox last week. cakes and mints, were served in the after a stay with her parents Mr. and X I l"i if prkjrt IT KIT Mr. Will Roseau of Phoenix Ariz., is dining room. Frappe was served in Mrs. John Williams. rAlYiUUK LUlfUillfl I visiting the family of Mr. T C. Rankin. the parlor by Miss Marguerite Kinnaird Mr G B Swinebroad and family left while Mrs. Williams and the Misses IH Mis3 Matsy Grimes of Stanford is Gill greeted about forty guests in the Thursday for a visit in Cincinnati. dpaco below this beading la fot me eiclu-irvisiting Miss Mildred Beazlev on Hill drawing room. Mrs. V illiams has Dr R L Pontius has returned home use of oar farmer auWrlbera. Court been much entertained and her stay in after a visit to his parents at Geneva she sale of acock, grain and neb and li for thing on N. Y. 'arm a tbe fanner cauuot afford to adverMr. Henry Elliott, of Cincinnati is Lancaster made a mo3t enjoyable one. tise. No notice will be accepted o?er four visiting his mother, at the home of Dr. Dr. R. L. Pontiu3 has returned from . Miss E'iza Lunsford will leave Sat- Ines, and will be only In '.wo la.ue. of the W. M. Elliott. urday for a visit to friends in Irvine a visit to his parents in New York. ICOBD. free of charge and also a stay with Mr. and Mrs. Miss Alma Hays of Kansas City Mo, P. G. Gooch, Manse Ky. Shoes horses J. E. Elmore of Athol Ky is visiting Chas. Scott of Ludlow. is visiting her uncle Mr. J A. Beazley 80 cents cash his parents, Mr and Mrs. J W Elmore. on Hill Court. Dr. Franklin Walker, wife and little Ashby Arnold has 500 bushels of Miss Kathleen Walter has been in son, Stetson of Louisville came in their Mrs. Joe Faulkner and her two handgood seed rye for sale. some boys of Middlesboro are visiting Stanford visiting Mrs Wallace Walter. automobile on a visit to his mother Mrs. J. Wade Walker. R L Elkin has some tine Southdown Mrs. George Lusk. Master Thos. Hatcher is visiting his Mrs. John M. Mount and Miss Sara bucks for sale. aunt Mrs. L. B. Bourne in the country Misses Jennie and Mamie Dickerson Daniels have returned from Rocky FOK SALE:-ThrSouthdown Bucks. and Minerva Cox are in Richmond at Misses Altha and Lillie Jones visited Mount N. C. and a visit to Mrs. Geo. Cap't T. A. Elkin. tending the Institute. in Stanford and attended the "L. Parker at her summer home "Ridge friends For Sale:-M- y blacksmith shop and Despite the cold wave Crab Orchard fair. Crest" near Ashville. two acres of land at Marksbury. Best continues gay and is drawing her usual Mrs Wm. Henderson of Lowell has Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Walker have stand in the county. J. H. Clark. crowd from Lancaster. been with her mother Mrs John Wil- moved to Hustonsville where they will Miss Annie Margaret Elkin has re- liams. Mr. S. D. Cochran of this city Las reside in the future. We regret exturned from a delightful two weeks Write Mrs. Carlton Elkin is in Liberty vis- ceedingly to give up this excellent 120 good stock ewe3 for salt-- . visit to friends at Lebanon. iting her aunt Mrs. Kidd and enjoying couple, but wish them success in their him at once if you want such stock. now home. Mrs. Alice Frisbie entertained at the fair. For Sale:-- 10 disc Hoosier drill with Rook Monday afternoon in honor of Master Harlan Gregory Ballard the seed attachment, good as new. Jas. A. Dr. G. C. Farris wife and little sons Mrs. Clark and Miss Cecil Elliott. of Denver Col. are here for a visit to handsome little son of Mr. and Mrs. Bratton, Lancaster, R. F. D. No. 3. E. H. Ballard of Stanford won the Mr. S. F. Embry is ill at his home on relatives. FOR sale:- - One Shetland pony 1 year blue ribbon at the K of P fair at Stanthe Fall Lick pike and his presence in Cynth-ian- a Miss Margaret Shropshire of old broken to ride and drive. ford for being the prettiest baby boy town is being missed by a host of friends is visiting Miss Martha Ward Creed Simpson, Lancaster, Ky. R. F. on the grounds. Dr. J. R. Collier and Mrs. Collier and Sweeney. D. No. 3. Misses Madeline and Esther Aldrich daughter, of Danville HI, are visiting Mrs. 0. H. Irvine of Louisville is LOST:-O- n last Sunday morning a of Maysville, Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Rankin near Hubhere visiting Mrs. W. D. Walker on Leavell of this city were child's Brown hat with a black band the pleasant ble. Water St. guests of Mrs E H Ballard at her beau- around it. Find please leave at Jo Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stormes motored Miss Ann Reid entertained about tiful country home near Stanford dur- seph store. to Cincinnati Monday in their handsome twenty of her friends at a picnic at ing tho Stanford fair. Mrs. Lowndes' great Kentucky's Chalmers car. They will visit friends Elkin Place Tuesday. Choice-Edn- a Mae yearling, Imperator enA horse back ride was greatly for a few days while there. Mrs. A. L. Ware and attractive little joyed by the following Friday night, et Rex was sold during the I exington Mr. Samuel Orand of Waco Texas is daughters have been in Bryantsville Misses Helen and Martha Gill, Nancy fair to Dick Scudder, Jim Gay and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Herring for a visit with friends. Walker, Edna and Martha Kavanaugh, Mat Cohen for $1500. near Preachersville. He made this ofMessrs Billy Burtou, Shirley Hudson, Lost, a black and white spotte-- i shoat Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Denman of fice a pleasant call Saturday. weighs about 60 or 80 lbs, left ear cut motored to Lancaster for a Alex Dotv and Dan Elkin. Mrs. Pendleton Cox entertained on short stay with relatives. Mrs. J. F.TfoItzclaw entertained at off at end. Reward if returned to T. Friday in honor of Miss Rebecca Wila handsome dinner, covers being laid W. Conn, R R 1, Lancaster Ky. Mesdames Isaac Hamilton and Wm. liams of Knoxville, Mrs. Willie Henn for a dozen guests, the thousand tobacco for SALE:-Fift- v derson of Lowell and Mr. Hicks of Hamilton and little James I. Hamilton visitors being Mrs. Bertha Rogers, Jr, motored to Danville. sticks. Richmond. daughter Miss Helen, Mrs. Margaret Hamilton. Hamilton Bros. Or J. W. Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. J. E. Robinson entertained Mesten and Mr. Emmett Bourne, of Miss Emma Hays of Stanford is visMrs. George McRoberts of Covington Contsville, Indiana. FOR SALE:-On- e yearling short horn iting relatives in the city for the week Saturday evening. bull. Same can be seen at the farm on and incidentally putting in some good for tea Buckeye pike. Z. T. Rice. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thompson spent licks for the Interior Journal which THE PATROL SYSTEM. Monday with their daughter Mrs. she so ably represents. Lost: -- Yearling Jersey heifer, stray Hayden Leavell of this city. Great SuccdK of Government Test ed from my place about Aug, 15th. Mrs. Charlotte Warren and daughNear Fort Myer. Master Charles Bastin has been in ters Misses Jennie, Charlotte and MarMrs. N. J. Lawrence, R. F. D. 2 The office of public roads of the deLexington where he was operated upon garet of Stanford and Mrs. R. A. partment of agriculture has been makFor Sale:-- good air tight heater, of Elizabethtown Tenn have been for the removal of his tonsils. ing experiments on an eight mile good as new and will sell visiting Miss Jennie Duncan. it cheap. Miss Iona Dunn is visiting Miss stretch of road lu Virginia to demonR. E. Henry. Lancaster Ky. Brunett Arnold at Fairview and at- strate tbe results that may be obtained Cecil Williams, formerly editor of on conn try earth roads by continuous Lost:-Aboa week ago three shoats the Somerset Times, passed through tending the protracted meeting. work under a patrol system. A patrol- two dark red ones and one light red, enroute to Lancaster last Thursday Miss Sallie Elkin entertained at a man was employed to furnish a horse, Crab Orchard springs. Cecil now has family dining Tuesday in honor of Mrs cart and small tools, ami he was sup- weight about 851bs each. P. L. Tussey, Hackley Ky. a good position in the office of the Thomas Wilson of Bowling Green. plied with a road drug built of plank State Banking Commissioner at Frankrequired to furnish two horses to For Sale, 10,000 tabacco sticks. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey will and fort. drag tbe road whenever It was in suitDenny Bros. leave next week for a visit to Mr. and able condition for dragging, usually Mr. R. W. McRoberts, who is con- Mrs. Frank Pumphrey in Somerset. Lost Duroc boar, weight about 200 following each rain. nected with the Elkin Drug Co. of The entire eight miles of road are well pounds. Sam Cotton. Atlanta, arrived Tuesday for a stay of Mr. and Mrs. Boy Broddus and F. L. traveled, and there is considerable Monday Mr. T C Rankin bought a mule of J several days with his parents Mr. and Thompson and wife spent heavy teaming over parts of It. The Ware is very with Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Leavell. Mrs. R. E. McRoberts. cavalry stationed nt Fort I w Simpson for $125. and a pair of W. United States .. A .. f eocn .i enthusiastic over his work and his Miles of Louisville and aiyer rreqnentiy passes over a norxion Misses Fannie friends here are proud of his success. Agnes Miles of Buckeye were with nna Dnuenes or nnuiery ms use idp Mr Rpn Rr;ht of nnvill hnoht , . , .., , road at intervals. A traffic census for Miss Bessie Gulley for a short visit. .nu Elder F. M. Tinder officiated at the three days last March showed the fol-- 1 "".r " "'"'" " a s,nKe muIe for 160- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and Ches- lowing dally average of teams travel- marriage of Miss Lizzie Best of this citv and J. N. Blanpud of Wichita, ter Smith of Dayton have been recent Ing over tbe road: Loaded one horse V. A. Lear paid $425.00 for a pair of Kansas, the wedding occuring at the guests of their cousin Mrs. Jas. Jones. wagons, fifteen: unloaded one horse 3 year old mules of Portor Rich. G. B. wagons, loaded two horse ' home of Mr. Tinder. The young bride sold a 4 months old jersey Miss Carrie Miller is in Covington thirty-eighunloaded two Swinebroad is the attractive grand daughter of visiting her grandmother Mrs. Joe wagons, wagons, forty-nine- : loaded four calf to F. M. Tinder for $25. horse Mrs. Ann Best of this place. Hinternish and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mil- horse wngons. nine: unloaded four W. B. Burton bought a handsome horse wagons, four: saddle horses. saddle horse of Alvin Hon. T. Z. Morrow, Circuit Judge in ler. Adams for ninety six. ituu ujuiur ruiuiuuuis. uur. i$i7& OO this judicial district for eighteen years, Mrs. F. P. Frisbie entertained on patrolman wan paid $00 a month The and Republican candidate for Gover- Tuesday at "A Neighborhood Party". and $1 a day extra whenever he nsed j Geo D Robinson bought four mules nor in 1883 against Proctor Knott, is Most delightful refreshments were ser- two horses to drag tbe rond. His pres-- 1 Monday ranging in prices from $115 to seriously ill at the home cf his son, ved. ence was required on tbe road from 8 5140 a head. Boyd Morrow in Somerset. He is a f Mr. James Lear ha3 returned to his a. m. until 4:30 p. m.. with Lawson and Brown bought 30 head brother-in-laof Senator W. 0. BradMound Valley Kas. after a hour allowed for lunch. ley, and father of United States Dis- home at The average cost of dragging last, of ng3 of Talt May for $7.50 a hun-yeGarrard relatives was $10.11 er mile for six and dred and 30 head of 1,000 pound cattle trict Attorney, Edwin P. Morrow, and protracted visit to a half months, which to at the rate of ' of Lucius Perkins at 5j c a pound. was a member of the famous class of and friends. 1855 of Center Collage. His friends Mr. Jim Currey of Louisville who $29.74 a mile for the first year of There was apout 50 head of cattle on dragglngs. or approximate-are apprehensive over his condition. has been visiting Mrs. Curt Robinson twenty-fou- r ly $1.25 per mile for each dragging of the market here Monday and all sold, Somerset Herald. ' is now with Mrs. Fisher Gaines of Dan 600 pound heifers brought 5 cents and three ronnd trips. Misses Martha-an- d Helen Gill were ville. use of the road drag has greatly some young steers sold from $15 to $25 Tbe host last Thursday of a pretty morning Mrs. J. C. Hemphill and son, J. C. Improved the dally condition jot the a head. party in honor of Mrs. Woodruff Wil- Jr., who have been visiting Mrs. i?isher road and rendered It smooth and com Capt Am Bourne kindly reported us liams of Tulsa Okla Gaines of Danville have returned to fortoble for travel for a greatly In creased number of days in bad weather, the following sales, nine shoats to B. The color scheme of. pink and white Lancaster. The department expects to continue F. Hudson for $54, to other parties sow was tastefully carried out in the decMesdames Emma Elkin of this city the experiment this year, for It Is 5 shoats for $33. cow and calf $27, The decorations and refreshments. and Shirley Elkin of Fairmont Va have ready apparent that the entire eight plug mule $40, and a pair of mules fur orations in. the dining room were esbeen recent guests of Mrs, 0. P. Huff- miles of road will show remarkable, 5300. There were quite a number of pecially pretty; an immense basket of Improvement under the systematic mules on .hand-Mond, and several man of Stanford. pink and white' asters formed the table work of the partolman. pricea handa ftt Miss Rebecca Williams will leave were center piece, and the candles J p J rAI e ee A Nich-olasvil- le As-bu- ry A ut ' . aij v.. fifty-eigh- t: t: one-hal- ar 1 ol-ja-nd ' ay ? rage 8 The Central Record, Friday,. Aug .iTTi-i- n M Jlill lim i'U.J- - pnn . r. ,,, y'.'fl. 2, 1913, . ' MUJffl 10,000 EXTRA . Let This Chance Your Name Is on the List of Nominations and You The Central Record's Pony and Cart and Twelve Other Prizes are Begging for Owners. Why Don't YOU Win One? VOTES Will be given for every dollars worth of NEW subscription turned in to the Record Office between the dates of Aug. 28th and Sept. 10th. IT District No. 1 LANCASTER. Have Not Decided To Make An Active Race, NOW is the Time for You To Start your name is not on the list fill out the nomination blank and send to the Contest Manager, Record Office, printed matter and full instructions telling you how to conduct your campaign will then be sent you. LIST OF NOMINATIONS PAINT LICK, KY. B 1,700 1.000 1.000 4,000 KY. R. R. 3. DO YOUR BEST WORK NOW Miss Louise Rice It is not the lack of time but the lack of ability and energy that need keep you from winning one of the Record's valuable prizes. Miss Issiebell Sanford " Lillie Mae Jones " Jennie Cox " Christine Sanders " Ruth Carrier " Christine Pollitt " Mamie Lee Marsee " Ida May McQuerry " Nettie Farmer " Bessie Austin " Delia Rice Hughes " Rice Terril " Joe Cabell Ramsey " Dean Zanone " Bert Embry " " 3,500 112,100! 66,800 3.100 7.500 27,700 61,000 56,100 3,000 44,900 13,800 6,100 87,500 60,400 8,900 " Sallie ' Jessie Parks Christine Metcalf Woods Docia Metcalf ' Loula McWhorter Miss Nellie Beazley Mrs Magg Plummer Mrs Rosa Mosley Walter Norman 0. B. Peyton Mr Chester Metcalf Mr. Gilbert Mosely Miss Mariam Ledford " Fannie Noe, R. R. George McKmney Miss Lillie Mae Sutton MANSE 52.00 2,100 1,000 4,500 58,400 1,500 1,100 1,000 1,000 1,000 1100 1. Squire Whittaker Lucien Clouse 2.000 Willie Miles Ray 1,900 Mrs. Mary Clouse LANCASTER, Miss Maggie Hick3 44 1,400 1,900 1.200 42,700 " " " " " " " " Jewel Ray Every Carter Lillian Brodus Alice Ray Lelia Teater Eveline Walker Myrtle Hurt Pettie Long HACKLEY. KY. 1,000 2.500 1,000 1,000 1.000 1.000 2,000 1.000 1.000 Miss Edna Burnett Grow 13,400 40.100 1,000 1.000 1.000 3,600 1,900 MCCREARY. KY. District No. 2 LANCASTER, P. O. SPA1NEY, KY. Miss PAINT LICK, R. R, NO. 2. ' Ina Scott Cleo Morgan Lei Coldiron FLATWOOD, KY. First Grand Capital Prize Miss Judith James Daniel " Margaret L. Herring MARCELLUS, KY. 67,400 73,800 2,400 1,400 34,400 1,800 83,600 102,000 KY. " " " Stella McWhorter " Alyce Sanders Myrtle Coliron Willie Calico Miss Cecil Bowling ' Mabel RaPKin " Wade Lee Park " " Myrtle Campbell MARKSBURY, KY. Miss Annie Blanks Beulah Sutton BRYANTSVILLE. Miss Mary Ellen Farlee " Flossie Mae Teater " Christine Swope BOURNE, KY. 1,900 4.900 1,400 Miss Ollie Crawford " Bettie Scott " " Nannie Hunter Bgrnje Pierce EJulalah Montgomery Amy Montgomery HYATTSVILLE, 1,500 " 3,700 " 1,800 " 7,500 " 3,900 " 1,000 Mrs Cynthia Baker Parry Clark " Katie Clark ' Minnie Hurt " Alma Lear " Mary Lear " Florida Boain Mr Otis Gooch " R. K. Duncan " Arthur Eldridge " John Eldridge " Robert McKnight " Floyd Coliron John-Gree- n Bert Ramsey Wilse Sanders William Hurt M. F. Ledford Lou Osborn Anna Brown BUCKEYE KY. K. 15,800 2,600 1,400 4,300 3,100 1,000 3,500 43,600 1,800 1,000 19,800 1.500 11,000 1.200 51,500 1,000 1,000 1,700 " 81,300 1,000 1.400 - 1,000 1,000 2,500 1,000 1.800 1,000 1,000 53,400 110,700 1,000 1.000 1.500 1,700 1,000 1,300 1.000 1,000 1,000 1,000 2.000 1.000 ?,400 1,000 1,0Q0 " Allie Coldiron Miss Myrtle ' ' Canrney Miller Bettie District No. 3 STANFORD. KY. Miss Sarah Hundley 8,1:00 " Pearl Fields " Virgie RathweI " Jean R. Paxton " Sallie Farmer " Effie Boughman 5,400 1.C0O 1.50U 3" Alva Holtzclaw David Goodnight HOBBLE, KY. 4,400 2,100 1,100 3.200 5,000 2,200 3,200 1,900 3,200 3.900 1,800 1,500 31.500 2.4.00 Ina Roberts Mr Jess Weaver HEDGEVILL, KY. Miss Flora McBeth " Lucy Spoonamore CRAB ORCHARD. KY. Miss Ruth Arnold " Lena Schooler " Etta Smith " Loretta Ta lor Miss Agnes Miles " Sallie Noel Stella Ray Wl Harness and Cart Purchased from Dfl M 7Y M Klil IMllJ; The Wel1 Known Dealer in Buggies & Harness, Lancaster. Lyda Crecilliua Mr Lucien Johnson " Charley Sanders BEUNA VISTA, KY. ' " Barbara Gulley ' IlaHill Mamie Wilson Stapp Minnie Brown " ' Miss Lelia Barnett THE DISTRICT PRIZES Are on Display at Lejla Ruble it Flora Ruble 'i Ruth Lane it Lena Jennings n Alyce Mabel Scott Hazel Ogg " Ural Blakoman " Artie Johnson Nettie Ison " Margaret Askins CAMP NELSON, KY, Pearl Teater Lucinda Carter Jessie Ray COY, ,KY. 3.000 9.100 1.000 1,000 GILBERTS CREEK. 1,500 2.100 Miss Mary Eliza Holtzclaw 1.000 BRADSHAW MILLS. Ida Lee Campbell " Udora Douglas ' Bertha Flahnery " Tom Bronaugh ' Ison McClure " Shelby Newland " 7,900 Miss Peaphfe Mae Sanders 1,000 Miss Minnie Bogie ! 2.500 NOMINATION BLANK Fill out as Use this blank for making nominations. directed and bring or send to the CONTEST MANAGER, CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER, KY. MORROW v. & McROBERTS M ij Contestants and their friends are invited to call and inspect. them. Miss Nora Kaufman " Cora Moore ... '- - Address all nominations and communications to THE CONTEST MANAGER Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. . Maltha Knight Emma Lane Dovie Watts " Lillian Burton " Maggie Montgomery " Frances Sherrow ' Emma Scott " Jennie Ison. Miss Bell Smith Annie Dolling " Lizzie Hurt " Lucille Lackey " Brunette Arnold " " " 9,400 1,000 4,400 1,000 4,500 1,000 1,000 3,100 1,000 1.700 GOOD FOR lOOO VOTES I Nominate. P.0 .District. POINT LEAVEL LANCASTER B. B. I. .. 1.000 2,100 1,000 1.900 25,400 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 name is . .P.O.. m 3t sr-- : 3 7. . .