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TWFNTY FOURTH YEAB. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. BOB Henry is "holding down a case' in the Record office. .. Dont fail to see the street parade of Cob urns Great Minstrels Friday. 191-3- . NUMBER 14. "M Great 20000 Vote Bonus Offer Closes Next Wednesday at 2 P. M, The Rains ere Coming Let UsJRepair Your The schools are getting down tobusi- ! ness right and the kiddies are in for a long siege of it. Old corn selling f HEADQUARTERS FOR ; . J Don't hold back your subscriptions with the expectation of getting a bigger vote offer for if you do you will be greatly disappointed. per barrel and the price for new corn We guarantee that there will be no better offer made at any future not yet settled. time during the contest that this offer will not be repealed. at from $4.50 to?5.00 Some Corn cutting is in progress. farmers report fairly good crops, while others say it is very inferior. Get Busy Today. If you fail to take full advantage of this big offer you will be jeopardizing your chances of winning one of the valuable prizes. Gather in all possible subscriptions this week. has been demonstrated many and many times, the person who is going to accomplish something in the future TodaV navraf arpnn.nllshpq nnvthlTlfT. is the day of all days to do things, Never put off until tomorrow or next week or the week after that which can be done today, as tomorrow may never come. Also remember that delays are dangerous as it is always the unexpected that happens at the most inopportune moments. So get busy this next wpek and gather in the subscriptions dont let anything interfere with your contest work this week for upon what you do now will undoubtedly depend your success or defeat at the close. Remember you get 20.000 EXTRA DALLARS VOTES ON EVERY WORTH OF NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS TURNED IN to' the Record office p.m. Wednesday September 24th. Subscriptions sent bv mail will be counted on this offer if the envelope is post marked not later than 2 p. m. Sept. 24th. - As e2 nUur and oils I lo Better be crowding in your votes in the Record's big contest. Closing time is coining and your favorite needs jour assistance. The "oldest inhabitants" are busily engaged in figuring out how long it has been since we had a drought as severe as the one of 1913. Not to be outdone by the white people, the Lancaster colored peop'e in large numbers journeyed to Lexington last week to the colored fair. Will Burton Buys Horses In Danuille. I We carry a full line of Pumps, Pipes and Fittings 1 If Thaw could hit a Garrard county road in an automobile he could easily make his getaway by being hidden in thf- - dust of his own machine. Lancaster citizens continue to construct concrete walks. One more year like the present and we will have one of the best paved towns in the state. The new Opera House has been enlarged and has a seating capacity of more than six hundred. It will be opened Friday night September 19th, with Coburns Great Minstrels dont miss it Will Burton went over to Danville one day last week and purchased three good road horses as follows: A six year old harness mare of Ed Parks for $190., a six year oiu narness mare 01 Jim Sallee for $175. and a five year old combined gelding from Mr. Hammond for $175. Horses Time Coming. c ifixJO Mi fiHld Superior Hoosier and Peoria il a u II riy -- 1M I &n We make a specialty of k fitting up and installing & j The coming of cold weather will put the automobile temporarily out of use and we will be compelled to fall brck for the time being upon our old time friend, the horse. The auto is all right, faster and of longer endurance, but when it comes to going through all kind of weather and over all kinds of roadr, we must of a necessity fall back on the horse. Mack Hughes In Town. Mack Hughes the well known horse- Plain . and Fertilizer. We buy in car lots and save you money by buying from us. "Toramie" Ballard Building. pumps. 35 a It will pay you to get our prices on Galvernized , i Deputy Sheriff Thomas Ballard has commenced the erection of a neat five VOTE SCHEDULE. room bungalow on the lot adjoining his The following is the schedule of fathers property on Stanford street, votes on both OLD and NEW suband which he hopes to have completed scriptions to the Central Record until and ready for occupancy before the Wednesday, September 24th, at 2 Psnow flies. -' M3& !3 53 -- ? Lka 5) H I? L&a 3 I m. NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS. 4 S$ Will Clark To Rebuild. 8 Roofing. Mr. Will G. Clark who lo3t his home 10 years in the country recently by fire caused by lightning, has already let the con- 8years tract for a neat new home to replace Sjears the old one. The new house will occupy .years 2 years the site of the o'd one and its completion I year will be pushed as rapidly as possible. OLD SUBSCRIPTIONS. man and fair ring rider of Danville was in town last Friday, having brought over three nice load hurses which Billy Burton had purchasfd in Danville. Mack has abandoned the fair circuit for this season; hf says the "picking" was not as good for him j this season as usual, due doubtless to 284,000 the fact that he abandon d his old 228.000 haunts and sought pastures new. His 145,000 lack of success was not due to his 89,000 "string" not being up to the usual C1.000 standard, for Mack always has a lot of 27.8C0 "good'uns", and this year was no exception to the lule. ( IV v?fw pm s&7 g& sks x H R H ? w3 ll d Sm St 6 a., WCi wf il,M j ra m k ii ' Live and Let Live Folks & 'fCS3Ef&33C33i53X&& Fine Lumber For Sale. We have 200,000 feet of Georgia pine yet unsold can saw any length to suit purchaser. For house or barn. Hughes Bros., 8yeais Lancaster, Ky. E0.000 Use Of Filter Delayed. 60,000 The installation of the filter is being 36,000 5 years 20,400 delayed for various reasons; first a cer 3 years 15,600 tain variety of sand which is only ob 2 years 1 year 4.800 tainable at Red Wing Minn, and which necessary to the success This is your last chance to take ad- is absolutely offer ful working of the plant, has not ar vantage of the big 20,000 vote rived, although it has been oHered for for it will not be repeated. On and schedule will some time, another reason is the in vote 10 years R3 F in m Lady's Diamond Ring value $135.00 Mahogany Bed Room Set Trade Coupon, value Trade Coupon, value Kitchen Cabinet, value Trade Coupon, value 125.00 75.00 50.00 25.00 22.50 p that our Cash Customers shall have a chance to share We have determined our profits. The following is a list of Valuable Articles to be given away, absolutely FREE to our CASH CUSTOMERS. Trade Coupon, value Trade Coupon, value Trade Coupon, value Gold Coin, value 20.00 15.00 12.50 10.00 7.50 5.00 $502.50 ability to secure carpenters to erect a take a drop so be sure and turn in you can get hold of nouse over tne newly installed ma every subscription chinery. However, Sup't Herron tells before Sept 24th. us that with the exception of these WITH DISTRICT 2. DISTRICT 3 MERGED two hindrances, the new plant is read Owing to a lack of sufficient active for operation and it will undoubtedly workers, the Third district will be be ready for use by the coming of the merged with district Two. and contes- fall rains. tants in former district 3 will now be entered in district 2. We were sorry The Circus. to have to make this change but the The circus which exhibited in Lancas in the outside district did contestants not take enough active interest to ter on last Thursday was much above justify the prizes to be awarded to that the average. The saying is that "see, district, and under the contest rules a one and you see them all", but ou district where there is not sufficient rarely see some of the features which active interest taken may be merged were witnessed at this exhibition: for with another district. The four prizes j instance a herd of performing Seals had which were to be awarded to district 3 , intelligence rarely to be found among are added to district 2, making EIGHT animals, the Elephant base ball game was both ludicrous and amusing, and prizes to be awarded in district 2 eight prizes will be awarded as the acrobatic stunts were far above the These The management was follows: The person receiving thelargest average. of votes in district 2 after the gentlemanly and courteous and the best number pony and cart have beon awarded will of order was preserved and everything be awarded a Diamond Ring; contestant, was done for the comfort of its patrons. ranking second in district 2 will be all of which brands the Sparks' show as awarded a Diamond Ring; third Elgin one of the best small circuses on the watch; fourth, Elgin watch; fifth, Ruby road. ring; sixth, Ruby ring; seventh, piece Sprinkling Discontinued. Geunine cutrglass; eighth.piece Genuine cut-glas- after Sept 24th, the AT & i una! w niwS& tl Fridaj , Sept 19th, '13 s. Contestants in this one district should take more interest now that there are eight prizes to be awarded indistnct2. Get busy NOW and send in your subscriptions. If there is any mistake in the count of any contestant's vote, it must be called to the attention of the contest manager before next Wednesday. Otherwise the count as published today must be taken as correct. DON'T BE BLUFFED. Trade Coupon, value Gold Coin, value Total.... Call at our store and we will give you full particulars. . T. LOG A N V' out If you do, you'li feel like kicking yourself around the block for about three weeks after the contest closes to think how easy you let the valuable prize slip through your grasp. In everv contest, there are always a lot of "croakers" who try to make" the candidates believe that they are really friends. Thev eo to a candidate and say "What's the use of you working any longer for such and such a candidate has a great deal more votes than you and of course there is no chance for you to win. You had better drop out now." Makes you feel rather panicky to hear that sort of "bunk," doesn't it? But stop and think how friend know pore can this about the race than YOU who has been in touch with the race right from the start and who understands the system under which it is conducted? How can this "kind" of a friend (?) know who has. got the most votes when the con test manager himself has not the (continued on page 8) Don't get discouraged and above all don't let your competitor bluff youi Mayor Logan last week exercised the authority recently granted him by the passing of an ordinance, and notified all water consumers that they must for the present discontinue the use of the city water for sprinkling purposes. This action was taken more as a precautionary measure than for any other reason. There yet remains between seven and eight feet of water in the lake and it was deemed best because of the immense amount used for sprinkling purposes, to discontinue its use until we have rain to replenish the supply, as in case of a severe fire or other emergency, it might become necessary to severely tax the present supply. Sam Herron In U. S. Navy. no ply of Canned Goods. OS Let us make you a price on your Winter Sup- Bright cheerful letters come to his parents from "Samuel Lee" the eldest son of Chief of Police and Mrs. Luther E. Herron.- - Sammy several months ago enlisted in Uncle Sam's navy at Columbus O., and was assigned to duty After being in the Red Cross corps. sent to various posts along the eastern coast of the United States, he has recently arrived at Fortress Monroe Va. where his regiment was sent for target praccice, and he will doubtless remain there during the winter months. Sammy is delighted with the service, is in accord with and pleased with his superior officers and expects .to serve He out his three years enlistment. will come home during the Christmas holidays on a furlough and already Mrs. I Herron is beginning to countthe days I until she shall see her soldier boy. We can make you a very attractive price at this time We can save you money as canned goods of i all kinds are advancing steadily. Davidson & Doty. GROCERIES. . X MEATS. X ft X Phone 181. ft t tr ( rage 3T The Central Record, Friday, Sept lg, 1913. BLUE GRASS FARM l WW acres of land located on best pike in county, two miles from town with all modern improvements, including new residence part completed, large stock and tobacco barn, never failing water, well fenced and all in grass except about 15 acres. We offer for sale 57 1- -2 This is the most desirable small farm near this city and will make an ideal home as only few minutes ride to New School. limits will do well to investigate this farm and get our price before buying as this is a bargain. Call, write or phone us at once for this farm is going to sell. Any one desiring to locate just out side the town HURT The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 and ANDERSON LANCASTER, KY. Temperature Drops Suddenly. 20 30 year out, there must be a lean year and a fat one, and besides He in His Infinite Well Known Colored Woman Dead. Every lady will go to see Coburns a year. J. E. ROBINSON. EorroR. R.L ELKIN, Business Manager. Entored at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., Mail Matter. as Second-Cla- Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., September 19, 1913. Rates For Political Announcements For or For For For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 10.00 County Offices 15.00 State and District Offices Calls, per line Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of inditiduals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line 10 10 10 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Wisdom doeth all things well. It is true that our crops are sadly diminish ed, but what assistance will it be to us to lament over that, the matter cannot be remedied, and most surely there will be no suffering in this land of plenty; there is never a year but that some necessity of life is exceedingly high and we are compelled to use lightly, and in somelinstances forego altogether, the use of this particular commodity, but there is always a substitute ready to the hand, and we are enabled to wait for another crop to reduce its cost. Such is the case in the presentinstance, corn crop short and meal abnormally high in consequence, but there is the consolation of the best wheat crop the world has ever known and consequently flour is cheaper, and there are very few but prefer white bread to "hoe cake"; purchase your winter supply of flour now and thus guard against the possibility of flour going higher. This is but an example of the many ways in which you may avoid your hardships, many of whieh are but the fruits of Quit your your own imagination. lamenting, go to your work with a zest, and remember always that "the Lord Will Sallie Elmore, a well known colored woman who resided on the "Chute" died last Thursday of dropsy and her remains were buried in the colored cemetery on Sunday afternoon. Provide." Fresh Oysters. ( fa For State Senator. Fresh oysters in the bulk; also good celery and fresh fruits of all kinds at 9 19-Zimmers. 4t degrees on to A drop of from last Saturday night brought the shivers to Lancaster people and served to remind them that winter was near at hand, as well as to cause the church goers on Sunday morning to exchange Poor Lewis, He Has Our Sympathy. their summer garb for something more comfortable. Lewis Landram of the Danville Messenger gives vent to his disappointA Happy Meeting. ment at being unable to attend our Capt. Alex Doty, of Lancaster, was circus in the following lines: "A big circus showed in Lancaster here Wednesday, and while walking on yesterday, and that hospitable city was Main street met with three former Many Danville Confederate soldiers, all members of packed with people. people would like to see another circus his company. They were Messrs Ike Durham, Wra. Baughman and Wesley here, but guess its no use to wish. Hignight They were members of Capt Robert Logan's company, in the Merchant Painfully Injured. Sixth Kentucky. To say the old veterOn last Wednesday night Mr. Roy ans enjoyed the meeting scarcely exW. Sanders, the merchant of Nina, presses it Danville Messenger. while attempting to alight from the night train at Hyattsville was severeExamination For Rural Carrier. ly cut about the boad, hands and legs, A Civil Service Examination has been and bruised about the body. His conordared to be held at Lancaster and dition while not serious has caused him much pain and has incapacitated Buena Vista on October 11th for Rural Mail Carrier to fill a vacancy in the him from attending to his affairs. Mr. service in Garrard county. The exSanders'had been to Louisville to buy is open to all male persons in goods and held a ticket to Hyattsville. amination and he claims that the train slowed up the county between the ages 18 and 55 Apfor the station and when he saw that years, of good moral character. plication blanks may be had, together it was not going to stop, he attempted to alight while it was moving with the with otherinformation, upon application above result. Mr. Sanders is a brother to the postmaster or by writing to the Secretary Civil Service Commission, of Mr. D. C. Sanders of Lancaster. Washington D. C. Rev. Noel Granted Pension. Custom Remains Unchanged. Great Minstrels at Opera House Friday night September 19th, this is the best minstrel on the road, 30 people with them. B. get the high dollar. your farm. W. T. King will cry your sale Will also 9-- ard st-- it itl. Fresh Oysters. lost:A gold bar pin, with initial, "E. R." between Lancaster and Paint Lick, or in Lancaster. Reward for return to this office or Miss Eliza Rucker, Paint Lick, Ky. The dust accompanying the severe drought has surely been hard on the goods exhibited by the merchants about the public square. Perhaps ere the coming of another such dry spell we may see the Sauare reconstructed and oiled. ! Fresh oysters in the bulk; also good celery and fresh fruits of all kinds at Zimmers. Make our place your headquarters court day and look at our stock of sen! rve, wheat, barley and timothy seed. We can convince you that col bought now will save money. Sot ours. Hudson & Hughes Phone 2G. J M j Card Of Thanks. I have about 60 farm ranging from $500.00 to Dr. R. L. Pontius Leaves Lancaster. It will be gratifying news to the legion of friends in this county of Rev. R. R. Noel of Lincoln to know that he has been granted a pension by the Board of Pension Commissioners. Rev. Noel was a brave upholder of the "Lost Cause", and has given the greater portion of his life to the ser viced the Master, and the stipend granted him will prove of inestimable value in his declining years. Rev. Noel is a faithful Evangelist of the Baptist church and is well and favorable known in this part of Kentucky, and has the love and esteem of innumerable people here in old Garrard his old home county. Rev. Noel is the father of Mrs. James Woods of Paint Lick. Tobacco Outlook. CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. Of Casey County. For Representative. J. R. MOUNT. For County Judge. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. For Sheriff. C. A. ROBINSON. for County Court Clerk. J. W. HAMILTON For County Attorney. Dr. R. L. Pontius left Lancaster tor his home in Genefa N. Y. whers he will reside in the future. Dr. Pontius received a flattering offer from a firm of automobile manufacturers in his home town to take charge of their sales department, "whikh he felt that he could not afford to refuse. Dr. Pontiu3 came to Lancaster some three years ago and began the practice of his profession, that of a Veterinary Surgeon, and has made a marked success, having established for himself a very lucrative practice. During his stay in Lancaster he has made a host of friends, all of whom regret exceedingly to know that he is to leave. A Wonderful Invention. Lancaster, but who is now making a splendid success as the manager and proprietor of a Business College in Dan- GREEN CLAY WALKER. For Jailer. Miss Dove Harris, formerly of DAVE ROSS. For Assessor. DAVE C. SANDERS. For School Superintendant. ville, came to Lancaster this week, bringing with her Messrs K. S. Moorer and J. C. Schoo, both of whom are experts, to demonstrate the wonderful qualities of the "Stenotype" for which Miss Harris is the distributing agent. This wonderful machine is destined to MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. revolutionize the writing "of short hand as it can take from dictation about four For Magistrate. times as many words per minute as could the operator under the old system. 1st District. Mr. Schoo who only began studying JOHN N. WHITE. about nise months ago can take 150 2nd District words per minute, which is going some LOGAN ISON. of itself. Miss Dove since establishing 3rd District. her school in Danville has had remarkJOHN S. HAM. able success and has thoroghly demonstrated the fact she is splendidly We are authorized to announce the adapted to the work she has undertaken, and now that she has secured We Hope The Square Will Come Next. following candidates for city offices. this machine, her business will doubtThe City Council now has the less be materially increased. For Police Judge. streets of the city in fairly good condition, better than in many years, the E. W. HARRIS. R. D. Campbell former Resident 0 citizens have put down a goodly numJ. P. PRATHER. ber of sidewalks, and the "Square" Lowell Died At Hotel Glyndon yet remains untouched. However, we Many of our people are inclined to are aware of the fact that "Rome was Evidently Suicide. grumble at what they choose to call not built in a day" and with the amtheir "bad luck" at the partial failure Mr. R. D. Campbell, a former resi- ount of money at their disposal, the of our crops due to the continued dent of Lowell, well known in Lancas- council is compelled to work by dedrought Much better for them would ter and a brother of Mrs. Milford Lee grees, but we sincerely hope that ere they make the best of a bad bargain, of this place died at the Hotel Glyndon the coming of anotker summer, seme look upon the bright side of the picture, Monday night and the circumstances means may be devised for improving and instead of wailing over what can- surrounding his death indicate that he the main thorougfare of the city, and not be remedied, begin making their committed suicide, as several empty we are of the opinion, that should it plans for the coming crop next year and bottles that had contained chloroform become necessary, considerable peendeavor to draw consolation from the and carbolic acid were found in the cuniary assistance might be forthcomprobability of more favorable conditions room. ing from the merchants around the and an abundance of everything next Mr. Campbell was a gentleman of square, who suffer so severely from year which will more than make up for considerable literary attainment and the 'dust from this nnsprinkled, unoiled the losses of this season. at one time was a brilliant and suc- space during the summer, and whose Before beginning to wail our present cessful businees man, but ill health stocks are so seriously damaged, for conditions, we should remember that forced him to the use of drugs which to them any action looking to the supwe have been wonderfully blessed in finally accomplished his downfall. pression of the dust nuisance would the matter of our productions in the Much sympathy is expressed for Mrs. prove not only acceptable as a personal past few years, and we cannot reason Lee in the death ot her brother, to comfort but to their monetary ably expect excellent crops year in and whom she was very much devoted. The fanners of the county are draw ing considerable consolation from the outlook for good prices for tobacco all over the state. While there has as yet been offers from dealers, it seems to be pretty generally conceded that they will excel those of last year for the better varietys, and as Garrard county tobacco generally tops the market, it is a pretty sure thing that farmers will realize a fairly good price tor their crops. It is thought that the crop will be generally "colory" and that the quality will make up for the curtailing of the quantity. The acreage in the county was fully up to the average of former years, but m some localities, especially where the grounds was not strong, the crop has been sadly injured by the continued dry weather, and the tonnage will be cut down considerably. Away back in the good old days when Lewis Landram resided in Lancaster it was the infallible custom of the grown-up- s to "take the kiddies to the circus". Times htve changed, circuses in Lancaster are fewer and further apart, but the good old custom remains with us. Last Thursday when Sparks' circus exhibited here, the first one in a long time, every fellow who could muster a child or a grandchild of his own, or failing in that borrow one from his neighbor, was seen wending his way to the circus ground, to take the children of course. Dee Gulley headed the procession leading his two little grand children; Mittie and Mary Lee Dunn. It was Mr. Gulley's intention to take the children only to the side show, give them a glimpse of the elephant and return home; however, the youngsters were not to be so easily satisfied, and when the suggestion was made that they return home, they said "oh; no Pa Dee we want to see the Lions, we just will not go home until we see the Lions", and as the Lions were only to be seen in the "big show", Dee was compelled to invest a couple of dollars in pacifying the chil dren, and we doubt too if he spent the money reluctantly. Brilliant Prospects Blighted By Drought The early spring of the present year gave brilliant promise of the best fruit crop raised in Garrard county in many years, but alas for the "oft laid plans of mice and men", the drought came and materially reduced, if not wholly destroyed these prospects. The fruit escaped its arch enemy the frost, only to encounter a more deadly one in the drought Peach trees laden with bloom and young fruit gave promise of a bumper crop, but the dry weather caused it to shrivel and fail to mature, and trees were loaded down with small, faultv insipid fruit, that gave such' flattering promise of being of the best quality. Apples are but little better, and the dry weather has precluded the possibility of making cider because of a' lack of juice in the fruit Even the poor mans friend, the blackberry crop, which promised to be so large was cut fully 50 per cent; grapes too suffered and the yield while large was Not alone the inferior in quality. fruit but vegetation felt severely the force of the drought and the good housewife will experience a dearth of canned corn, canned tomatoes and other such things which are wont to grace the table during the winter season. Beans too will be scarce and high, and the problem of securing "something to eat" which is no small matter with the housewife, will be even more knotty this winter than is Usually the custom. -- See me before We wish to acknowledge with grate ful appreciation the kindness of our buying elsewhere. W. T. Samnel Fox Embry. friends during the illness of our late King the auctioneer and husband and father. To only a few persons, from the estate man. Mrs. S. L. Burke and Family. multitude who come into the world, is ever granted the privilege of finishing To The Democrats of Canard County. The State Fair. out a well rounded life. Too often it I I expect at the proper time to urge The big State Fair opened at Louis- seems the term of life is cut short, ville on Monday with flattering pros- when much is yet to be accomplished. , my candidacy for the democratic pects for the most successful meet in We place the web and woof and begin for Sheriff, in the primary to its history. The railroads are offering to weave according to a beautiful pat- j be held in August 1917. I understand splendid rates and the people from all tern when suddenly the shuttle is stop- that certain aspirants are now presover the state are taking advantage ped, and others take up the unfinished sing their claims; I ask that no demoof this inducement and are killing two work. Not so with the subject of this crat pledge himself until the canvass birds with one stone and are attend- sketch. When the unequal conflict opens, when I expect to call personally ing the fair and buying their fall goods was ended that dissolved the soul and on the voters, and give my reasons at the same time. The weather is the earthly tenement his was a finish- why I should receive the nomination. ideal, the premiums are liberal and ed work, his life was well rounded out Do not pledge yourself until you hear Respectfully, Louisville during the week will prove As husband, father, friend and chris- from me. A. K. Walker. the Mecca for many thousands of peo- tian gentleman he had been in every ple from not only Kentucky, but ad sense all that every one of these embrace. joining states. Lexington Fall Fashion He was born Sept 26 1838 in Madison County. In 1872 he came here to live Rain Promised. Week Sept. 29th to and since that time he has been identiThe bulletin issued for the week on fied with Garrard County and had Oct. Monday by the Weather Bureau, give grown to love his adopted home as Every man and woman in Central promise of rain in the Ohio Valley dur- much as he did the county of his naing the week, and we sincerely hope tivity, although he had never outgrown j Kentucky should see this gala displi.y that the prediction may come true and a deep love for Madison and all that j from the wide world of Fashion. that before these lines are published pertained to her welfare. He was During FASHION WEEK all the shop that we may have a veritable "frog married in 1871 to Jennie Simpson. windows and stores of Lexington will strangler." The lack of rain and Fortunately he married one who loved be ablaze with the beauty of the season's scarcity of water resulting therefrom a quiet home life, and who was in newest creations in every line. Make your plans to visit Lexington continues to grow more and more dis- every way qualified to take care of her tressing. Here in town it is not felt part of life's plans. To him she has during FASHION WEEK, Sept. 29toto so severely because of the fact that been more than a helpmate and com- Oct 4th, it will profityou in manv ways. there is no great amount of stock to panion, for during the last years of Farm For Sale be watered, and our water works lake his life, Mr. Embry had practically has proved amply sufficient to supply been an invalid, and the tender services My farm of 77 acres, situated on the the demands made upon it, and nearly she rendered him only emphasized the Lancaster and Richmond pike 1J miles every home has a cistern from which love and gentleness of her to whom from Graded School 1 mile from Public the supply of drinking water is drawn. every service was a pleasure. Those School. Within 2 miles of 4 churches. But in the country nearly every day who survive him are; his wife, two All in grass, but 15 acres. Good witnesses the failing of a source of sons; W. S, and R. T. Embry and one improvements, splendid orchard a water supply which has hitherto never brother Mr. Matt Embry of Shelby-vill- e bargain if sold in the next 30 days. been known to grow dry, and in some HI. Burdett Ramsey. localities one well is supplying every Mr. Embry was a quiet, unassuming Paint Lick, Ky. Route 2. family within a radius of many miles gpntleman; always counUous and conwith drinking water. siderate, jiot only of the rights but of For Sale. the feelings of those with whom he came ' Sanders-Perki- ns. One of the best farms in Garrard in contact His ideals were high, and while his retiring disposition kept him Co containing 101 acres. located on Mr. Pool Perkins and Miss Stella good pike, 3 miles from Camp Dick Sanders quietly boarded the train last from seeking prominence or preemiThursday morning, September 11th, nence, all recognized him as a strong Robinson. All in fine state of cultivafor Jeffersonville Ind. and upon their character always on the side of the tion. Well watered and splendid improvements, 10 acre tobacco barn, alarrival at that Gretna Green were right To his friends he was true, ever ready to greet them with a happy smile most new. Good neighborhood. This united in marriage by Squire Hay. They left at once for an extended of welcome and words of cheer. To farm is part of the Henry Tomlinson farm and should be seen to be apprecibridal tour and will visit points of in- his family he was devoted, the faint terest in Michigan, thence to Canada, faltering accents and feeble pressure ated. Niagara Kalis and New York before of the hand struggling even in death Apply to W. C. A.Rose, Marcellus Ky, to give them one more assurance of his Phone 3S3-- J or their return to Lancaster. affection. The marriage of this popular young To Rent. He had been a member of the Chriscouple is the consummation of a severtian Church for over fifty years and al years courtship; the marriage was A 200 acrp farm located in GarrardCo. had lived his religion. With faith in 3 miles from Lancaster, Ky, on not an elopement, there being no opthe his Savior, with love in his heart, with- Lancaster and Buckeye pike will position upon the part of anyone, they rent world, out an enemy in rather choosing to follow a custom asleep September the 1913 he fell as a whole or in part This farm con13th, at half tains the following cultiva table and that seems to prevail in Lancaster of past ten and was buried in the grass land, 10 A for tobacco of the late, to be as mysterious as possible Lancastero'clock cemetery Monday morning, kind that brings the top prices; inas to just when and where the nuptial being conducted by cluding barn and sticks. 20 A for corn knot will be tied. The bride is one of the funeral services Eld. F. M. Tinder. acLancaster's most beautiful and that has been in clover and timothy meadow for four years and is very complished girl3. the daughter of Mr. "Bob" Kennedy Has Political Aspirations. productive, 75 A to go in wheat, in two and Mrs. A. F Sanders and a popular Robert Kennedy who is well known tracts, 40 A in one tract and 35 A in member of the younger set The groom is a substantial young farmer, and has numerous friends in Lancaster, another, 50 A in meadow and grazing the son of Mrs. Emma Daniels, and is desires to assist in governing his home land, 12 A grass lot, the remainder in Lexington has the grass that can be grazed after crops a highly respected and popular young city, Lexington. man. We do not know the plans of commission form of government and are harvested. Also a nice 4 room cottage and large the young people, or just when they Commissioners are to be elected at the will return, and we think they are act- coming November election, and Bob has garden. Apart from this farm I also have ing very wise in keeping the latter a shied his hat into the ring, together close secret else they might be the with some hundred other leading citizens to rent a store room and dwelling recipients of a welcome more forcible of that city. Bob served in the Spanish situated about three and one half miles American war and possesses considerable from town on Buckeye pike, which I than elegant Besides being a will rent for one or more years. This The Record joins the numerous executive ability. friends of these happy young people in, splendid business man and a jolly good is an ideal location for a general fellow, and here is hoping he will be merchandise business. wishing a long and happy life of L. G. Davidson. first under the pole. 40.000. 'real I nom-inati- 4th. I -- i 'Vr; SieW ' -. 4 The Cental Keeoid, Two 2 Horse Two I PM s & Hoosier Wheat Drills Proposition For Horse Hoosier Wheat Drills AT A BARGAIN. Fair Election Turned Down. v-iiJscfrrrra5R5- Land Rollers and Disk Harrows. Two 3 inch Sludebaker wagons at $65.00 each Lancaster, Ky., Sept 6 1913 Moline Wagon?, the bes: made. 3 inch low wheel, 2inch tire $70.00 Two Steel Pursuant to an appeal by the ProBeam Vulcan Plows, No 13, $10 each. Just received a car load of American gressive candiatcs for County offices in Garrard County, Ky., published in The Fence, the very best fence made. Central Record for the last two weeks, we the following candidates of the three political parties, whose names appear below, to be voted for at the coming November election; realizing how much it means to our people to have an election at which there are no corrupting SMKQXjBrWBiJgiB?a. S38 influences us$d, and also realizing the w growth of public sentiment along this line, and ever mindful of the fact that To My & in a government of the people, the unpurchased majority must rule, we m & IN the undersigned do most solemly pledge rfIT m&& 1 to the people of Garrard County and vvv 3 WT -- A XrfflS among ourselves that we are unalterbly &? opposed to the use of any corrupting influences whatever and do bind ourI am back home again for selves to use neither money nor whisky nor will we allow it to be used by another a while, after a seven E3, in any way to secure our election. months tour through the We also further affirm that we have not in any way used any corruptiog advertising and South influences whereby we have bound any person or persons to vote for us or any selling my Indian Remeother candidate atthe coming November dies. My trip was a election. Referring to the above agreement selling great success, which was drawn and signed by the more medicin.e,doing more Progressive candidates on Saturday the DAKOTA. JACK, Gth. inst. to which they are pledged, we The North Western Cow Boy. advertising and getting express our great disappointment on better results than ever. I am getting hundreds of letters, account of the fact that this appeal has testimonials and praises from all over the United States in ie been utterly ignored by all of the can i3 regard to my remedies. My remedies are all on sale and didates of the other parties. By their failure to come forward and always will be at agree to stand for clean elections, n E. Stormes, and R. E. McRoberts & Son, where no corrupting influences shall be m used, they proclaim to the people of Lancaster, Ky. w; Garrard County, that they are in favor : of present conditions now existing within our borders, which all good Pursley's Indian Herbs that's making my name famous all 'a people regardless of past party affiliaover the United States, for Blood, Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver tions must deeply deplore. Stomach, nervous and female troubles. A 45 days treatment SI. 00. We are standing, in this elections, Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment for all pain and deafness not alore for the offices, to which we pi ice 2Ti cts pel pottle. Dakota Jack's Creme Soap for human t2 aspire, for if that had have been our skin, shaving, shampooing and bath 3 cakes 25 cts. only motive, we should never have ip-been before you at this time, but we Hj are standing for principles, which even our opponents must acknowledge are just and right. e again express our deepest regret at the stand taken by those gentlemen, l n! who are asking the good people of this county to elect them to fill the various We offices for the next four years. had a right to have expected better things from our opponents, when the very foundations of this Government i today are being undermined b jiist such conditions as exist in this County. ! fall jAifrlFzriJ . IIS We, therefore appeal to the people of Garrard County, to show on which side they stand; whether they are in favor of conditions as they now exist, or Roofs pat on twenty-siand yean aso are as eood as new whether they are in favor of conditions hae never needed repairs. XTiat is the resu't? Why practically for which the Progressive party is e ery other shing'e manufacturer js tryi"3 to imitate it, so be not deceived contending. look for the words "Cortright Reg. JLF. S. Pat. Off." embossed en the Signed: corrugation. It is put there for your protection. Accept no substitute. J. F. Hollzclaw candidate for Representative, For.Salc Ly J. B. Bourne candidate for County Judge Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co , 50 North 23rd Street, R. S. Brown candidate for Sheriff. John. 11. Duncan candidate for County Philadelphia, Pa. Clerk. G. B. Anderson candidate for Jailer. John Green candidate for Assessor. J. C. Cricillis candidate for Magistrate 1L 3LZ District No, I. R. M. Moss candidate for Magistrate, District No. 2. Harrison Ray candidate for Magistrate District No. 3. J. W. Coldiron candidate for Magistrate District No 4. Xa it A r LLl f : & -- x tt - sr sx 3 1S H el I J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. ?YjYTBliE'Bfi!l f Friends I mmLlY p wm" "v Ik Garrard County. i i I iu The Wooltex Style Bureau STYLE IS PARAMOUNT IN WOMEN'S APPAREL "V Only a Style Organization of Extraordinary Ability Could Have Created the Beautiful i i UUIbuA Softs that are always the Admiration and Choice of the Best Dressed Women. Such an organization Indeed is the Wooltex Style Bureau. Not content to depend on information that filters through the fashion prints at home and the Wooltex Style Bureau maintains for the information and guidance of its American designers a permanent office in Paris, directed by Madam Sav-ari- e, whose word on style may always be accepted as final. w a-bro- ad, J. Pursley's Indian Herbs S I 1 !j gV;Q)lg'rTJilpllirSlll lH XFS71L 1 Besidaed assd Patented m ! iff lliHil fc x A The Standard Ever SmcQ v. M02" CotF.tit 191 Th 11. B'tck C CtT)ri;lt b 1911 Tie H. HUt C n There is no other simular organization to which you can turn for advice and guidance-imatters of dress. It is primarily maintained that the wearers of Wooltex Coats and Suits may be certain that they are correctly and stylishly dressed. There is so much to Wooltex so many reasons why it has found a place in our in icznz store so many reasons why you should buy Wooltex Coats and Suits, that we are going to make this Wooltex Week in our store. We are going to do all we can to impress you with the merchandise merits and the business ideals that have made Wooltex the foremost line of womens clothing. We are going to do all we can to impress you with the merchandise merits and the business ideals that have made Wooltex the foremost line of women's clothing. Have You Visited The y HI r iL-lCZHZZ Mlsmated. "They say, 'The tool and his money are soon parted."' "That's all right. What beats me Is why the dickens they should go together to begin with. ' s Right now is the time to make your selections for the coming season as we now have in stock more than 400 Wooltex Suits, Coats and Skirts. Wooltex Suits range in price from $25 to $42. - Wooltex Coats from $15 to $45. ALL WOOLTEX GARMENTS ARE GUARANTEED FACTORY WEAR. TO GIVE TWO YEARS SATIS- Backache Miss Myrtle Cothrum, of Russellville, Ala., says: Parlors at the ICE PLANT ???? Open On Sunday "For nearly a year, I suf- fered with terrible backache, pains in my limbs, and my head ached nearly all the time. Our family A. B. Robertson & Bro Danville, r trop . . .i nepon r v ror nemucKy issuedi n . Septem- doctor treated me, but only gave me temporary relief. I was certainly in bad health. My school teacher advised me to () $t0Vt QTtfat J&TbttJodltex Coats aauemjw uits $kvts Kentucky. It is interesting to note that the general opinion is that it costs $3.79 more to grrw an acre of corn than an acre of wheat. Last year's corn production in Kentucky was 30.4 bushels per acre. The present report would indicate a yield of about 18 bushels per acre for this year. Corn would have to bring about 77 cents per bushel on the average, based on this estimate of $13.95, to pay the uctual cost of production. J- - W. Newnan, Commissioner of Agriculture. ta mtsii&&a&L2J23BE2ma ss TAKE and Every Evening Gardui id The Woman's Tonic I took two bottles, In all, and was cured. I shall always praise Cardui to sick and suffering women." II you sufferfrom pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, backache, or other symptoms of womanly trouble, or if you merely need a tonic for that tired, a 3C Ii 1L Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. "nervous, worn-o- ut feel- 5 WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. Lancaster, Kentucky. tne. try Cardut. crops have held their own better than ( rains fall now: the same is true of any other cropdunng this drMh. Blue-gra- tonacco. lhe Hanger in the curing ber 10, 1913. is given at 60 per ce orchard period for corn and for tobacco is in Thp fTpnprnl rnnditinn nf prnna in grass at 62 per cent and pastures as a having an excessive amount of moisture. Rains now would only have a tendency Kentucky as of September 1st is any- whole are very inferior. Livestock hassuffered very materially to spoil what is left of these two crop . thing but encouraging. On August 1st and Moisture is needed very badly for fall an estimate was made by the various , on account of short pastures crop reporters in the State with the ! a scarcity tif water. The condition of seeding, and would benefit next year's hope that rain would fall. Scattered horses is given at 90 per cent, cattle 83 crop in this respect. Good rains wnuld rains did fall during the latter part of per Cf nt, hogs 85 per cent and sheep 92 improve fall pastures. Water for stock per cent. The condition of poultry has , is a serious problem in many localities August, but they were either not not soon enough to make the likewise declined. Chickens are given 'and manv fires are renorted as a result first of September eitimate of the crops as 82 percent, turkeys 80 per cent and of the dry weather. A match dropped in pastures'in the condition in which even as high as the estimate of August ducks 85 per cent. All kinds of fruits have deteriorated. they are at present like dropping a 1st. The Corn has dropped to a condition of Apples are small, many dropping from spark in a powder magazine. 58.4 per cent, which means but little the trees, and their condition is shown water supply in many towns in the more than a half crop. Burley tobacco as 67 per cent, peaches 74 per cent, State has given out, and fire losses as a still remains at 65 per cent, but dark plums 58 per cent and pears 58 per result of the drouth are bound to be tobacco has dropped to a condition of cent. Garden conditions are deplorable, great. One hundred and fifteen estimates of 54 per cent. Alfalfa is 70 per cent, dropping to 44 per cent. Abundant xain falls would not help tLe cost of growing and acre of corn cow peas 84 per cent and soy beans 72 per cent of an average crop. The spring anything as far as this year's crop is show an average estimate of $13.95. sown clover shows an average con- concerned. The corn crop would grow Last month's estimate of the cost of dition of 63 per cent. The leguminous worse instead of better should abundant growing an are of wheat was $10.16. c I a Safest Laxative For Women. Nearly every woman needs a good laxative. Dr. King's New Life Pills are good because they are prompt, safe and do not cause pain. Mrs. M. C. Dunlap of Leadill. Tenn says: "43 r. Kings New Life Pills helped her troubles greatly". Get a box today. Price 25c Recommended'by R E McRoberts. i,rT. ,lliii ii. .lil r m m D n .. Grass State f Kentucky Wafer Fr C foe G&fttrabfteGavaiV Ws SpfragVOf Blue lday? Sept -- 1 p,- - 191 3. F. lilrYAMTSVJLLK., !l-- DU 'ILIXSIV M is Lettie l'avton i3 visiting her brot'ier.M.pi!vor Payton. M'as Mary Beazley of Paint Lick 1,son V 'lliamisj od Mrt and Mrs. F. grained Location At Scores Of :arly Settlements' Industrial! ;?erprises pendente De- - visiU'd home folks Sunday. Pure Water' Su p!y. Sphool Supplies We are HEADQUARTERS for School Supplies everything the student needs in text books, tablets, rulers, pencils, straps,--etc- , etc We, carry, a well selected assortment of JC? f mJTS&L6 V Self-Filling . Fountain Pen Uie widely known "pen that fills itself." This pen is particularly adapted for students' use for either classroom notes or home study. If the Conklin runs dry in classroom, simply dip it in the nearest ink bottle, press the little "Crescent-Filler- " and the petf is filled! It cleans itself at the same time. A number of styles and sizes. McRoberts Drug Store. Condense Your Hay OOSE hay is one of the hardest things in the world to manage. There's no getting around that. The wind plays havoc with it. It slips and slides off poorly loaded wagons. In barn and j'ard much of it is wasted. It is much too bulky to haul or ship far. Handling hay is a problem, and right here in the baling. An-- I H C hay is the answer press puts your hay in convenient shape for handling and economical feeding; no need to build outdoor stacks exposed to all weather, for lack of barn space. You can ship the bales to cities and distant places where thehay market and prices are good. Large cities, where storage space is costly, require hay to be baled, and top prices are paid. Shredded corn fodder makes a good feeding substitute for all the hay you may ship to the city. IH C Hay Presses -- are the only kind jTou will consider in buying, .when you have made a comparison, studied the construction, the durability, the features, and the possibilities of the IHC hay presses.' You will find both styles made in three sizes, bale chamber, 14 x IS, 16 x 18, and 17 x baling from six to sixteen tons per day. The efficiency of the IHC features, :the self feeder, toggle joint plunger, bale tension, and spring roller tucker, prove their worth on demonstration. If your choice is a motor ma- d power press, you will have a chine; for the engincis always rea"dy to do farm' jobs for you, pumping, sawing, grinding, running the repair shop, electric light' plant, etc. In the horse power press, study the pull power principle, compound leverage, and the low step-ove-r. It is the most efficient press sold. A letter or postcard to our nearest office brings you interesting catalogues. 22-in- ch year-roun- Oifke at Gncissiti, 0 : Emurflle, lod.; KnaxTiIle, Turn.; New A&uj. Ind.: Pirkerikcrt, W. Va. Memphis, Tens.; International Harvester. Company of America " (Incorporated) Chicago ' USA f OUR PLAN of selling n.. . v v n-ji enables us to save you One-Thir- d ToOne-Ha- l 4 ex- de- - 5ps?g I I B ' Jf, the cost you would pect to pay for such signs as ours. Our Monuments are Exclusive They are designed by artists of ability, created by artisans of the greatest skill and executed with faithful attention to ..n.ot saKsfactprj SEND NO MONEY. Examine the monuments on arrival and if we .do-nask you to accept them. Wo assume all risks of transportation and guarantee their safe arrival. Could anything be fairer? Our price is what the work costs delivered at your nearest depot. The pioneers of Kentucky entered the State through the mountain pasted to the"east, bringing with them, per force, the barest necessities of life, and were compelled to rely on game for a large part of their food supplies, These earlysettlers found, that certain saline springs were frequented by large game, and that these springs or the trails leading to them formed the best hunting grounds. The sites of Boor.esl"or6 founded by I)aniel Boone, and Harrodsburg, the first settlements in the State, were chosen because of their proximity to good springs, and one of the springs near Boonesboro furnishedfsalt" water, which doubtless attracted deer and other wild animals. The same reason determined the location of scores of the early settlements and nearly all the important cities and towns of the State. Some of the .Kentucky springs, such as Bryant Station Spring and Lower Blue Lick Spring, were later made famous in connection with the struggles of the settlers against the Indians, and still later large springs formed objective poins,for,the armies of both Bragg and Buell. Practically all the old mansions of the Blue Grass region were built where spring water was accessible, but when the inhabitants began to build houses, on the divides they dug many wells and cisterns. Doubtless the disastrous cholera epidemics of the first half of the eighteenth century stimulated the digging of cisterns, and during the last generation many have been construct ed. In favorable localities drilled wells have largely supplanted dug wells, but they will probably never supplant cisterns. The early industrial enterprises of the Blue Gras region consisted" of mills and distilleries, many of which relied upon springs for their water, supplies; but with the development of the country the supplies from springs became inadequate and. many ofthem ,have been abandoned. At the present time much water for industrial use is drawn from streams-o- r wellR, although springs continue very important place and in some locdlties drilled or driven .veils are used. The problem of procuring water for industrial purposes is very important, particularly if ft large amount of water of a certain quality or of a definite range of temperature is required. Many manufacturing plants have been located with absolute disregard of the suitability of the available water supply, and the owners have subsequently found the cost of procuring the needed water one of their heaviest burdens. It is probable that in the course of a few years some factories in the Blue Grass region will be forced to pipe water from a considerable distance' or move their entire plants. Money Wasted In Well Drilling. In Kentucky, as elsewhere, occasional outbreaks of water-born- e diseases', such as typhoid fever, have emphasized the necessity of obtaining 'pure water supplies or preventing the pollution of present supplies. Hundreds or even thousands of dollars have been wasted in unsuccessful 'attempts to' procure water by drilling deep wells, and the usefulness and the safety of many city supplies have been seriously impaired by improper location or faulty ty construction of wells. Two ex amples of useless.drilling may be cited. At one place, where water was needed atfor the irrigation, of flowers,.-atempt was made to obtain a supply by drilling about COO .feet into a. rock formation that furnishes large quantities of water at only a few places, and never furnishes water of the quality needed except within about 100- - feet of the surface; and an attempt was made to supply water for a small city by sinking,a-weIl-ta depth of "nearly 2,000 feet in a locality where there was no possibility of procuring enough fresh water from a single well to supply more than two or three families, and where no water suitable for a city n 100" supply could-fcfet"below thesurface: Obviously a knowledge of these conditions would have saved much time and money. The need for definite information in regard to the wate"r reso"urces of the country has long been evident to both practical andjsewntific men, and in the Blue Grass region the subject has keen interest for sanitarians, .householders, manufacturers and civic communities. Water-Suppl- y Paper 233 of the United States Geological Survey, by George C. MatMp, contains a discussion of the waters or this region their sources, character, and distribution, including a large number of analyses. The report includes a chapter on the quality of these waters and discussions of the ac tion of various kinds of water on boilers and their behavior in different industrial processes, such as soap making brewing, and distilling. A copy of this report may be obtained free of charge on application to the United States Geological Director, Survey, Washington, D. C. n e found-moretha-- M and MrsR. F. Parsons were guests of Mr and Mrs Chas Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ebb Cook were the guests pf Mr and Mrs Luther McQuerry Sun Miss Edith Richie of Walton. Kv.. day. ' wiui her Mr and Mrs Frank Brown of Lancas-- 1 wl, ,s . .u.. .u..: iui unie i auu ( sister Mrs. J. E. Roberts was the i icic ui'at ui incur guest of Miss Mary Logan sister Mr and Mrs Claud Archer Satur week-en- d Anderson at her home in day and Sun'day. Prof. Cyrus Johnson lives in the building formerly Hobbs school house. LMlKlUimtSVli.IiK. Prof. Hutchins is haying the former Preachersville rchool building changed Mr. and Mrs. George Brown attend- into a dwelling and hopes to soon move ed church here Sunday. in, both men will then live in school Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Williams, of houses and both be teaching in a school Lancaster, visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert together. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lunsford came P. White Sunday. Mrs. Ona Naylor and Miss Kate in Sunday from Indiana. They eloped Payne visited Mrs. W. M. Mahan at to the hoosier state last month and intended to locate there but became Lancaster last week. thought best to return Mr. and Mrs. Pruitt Thompson and homesick and forgiveness. baby visited Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mor- and receive parental They say there is no place like Old gan, near Paint Leavell. Kentucky, and certainly no place like ,Miss Talitha Bell has returned from home. a pleasant visit to' her cousin Miss Revival services began at the BapMary Bell near Paint Lick. tist church hero " last Thursday evenbegan here most auspiciously School ing, Rev. John English, of the State on the 8th, with Profs. J. B. Hutchins of Washington, is conducting the exerand Cyrus Johnson in charge. cises, he is a brother of the pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Burch Hester of near Rev. E. B. English and a talented Stanford, visited her parents Mr. and man. The pastor will be here the Mrs. D. M. Anderson Sunday. firat of the week and stay over Satur- Mrs. M. C. Blanken&hip end little J day and Sunday, Mrs. Dorcas Valker of Garrard county lies been the guest of her sister Mrs. G. A. Brown .on Drake's creek The meeting vi ich recently closed at Beech Grove Baptist church resulted in ten ' additions the meeting was conducted by Rev. John English. ,.... T"W fmer Mr. Raymone King, of Cement, Cal. was here last week theguest of friend?. im:h. Mis3 Anna Kay Jenkins and Master John Gallaher were in' Cincinnati a few Mr. R. G. Wood returned days this weak. from a business trip at Russel Springs. Mrs. B. P. Svope and Mr. Walter Mrs. John Terry of RiuhmotMl vfeuled Arnold are in Somerset attending friends and n.Iative- - here lual wet-k- . this week Mrs. W. W. Burnsido .mil daughter, Mr C. W. Tread.. left Miitufayfor Jane, of Richmond, are visiting B. r". Louisville to purchase a stock of PaR Patton and family. goods. Mrs. Nackie McGrath and Mr. Price Mi?s Sallie 15. Woods has returned McGrath, ofi Sharpsburg, have been Iroma visit to Mrs Joe Frigby at visiting Mrs. Walter Davis. I Gallipolis, Ohio, Mr. Jerry Sandidge, of Boyle and Mr. i Mr Havs Metcalf wife and chiMren Kennedy, of Lincoln have been recent of Indiana are spndinjc several ilu$s guests of Mr. M. O. Kennedy. with his parent.-?- . Mr. Alice Adams, of Denvnr. Col. There will lie a lecture at the sohoot has gone to Danville after spending a house next Saturday night. Adiniioion week with Mrs. W. J. Hogan. 10 and 23 cents. Mrs. J. C. William? and Miss Eliza Mr E. C. McWhorter and daughter Ison are in Somerset attending the Annual Conference of the Methodist Miss Stella will leave Wednesday for Louisville State Fair. church. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cheatham, and and AIKe Misse3 Delia Tinder, daughter, Lida, of Nicholasville. spent Hendron spent Saturday and Sunday at the week end with Mr. and Mrs. N. B. their homes in Lancaster. Cheatham. Mr. Oldham, of Louisville, has been Safest laxative Fcr Women. spending several dajs with his sister, Mrs. Logan Burke. He having come Nearly every woman needs a gcd to attend the funeral of Mr. Burke last laxative. Dr. King'3 New Life Pills Thursday. are good because they are prompt, ssfe Mrs. M. C. Mrs. Elizabeth Burgf ss haa returned and do not cause pain. from a several weeks stay in Louisville, Dunlap of Lcadill. Tenn says: "Dr. where she bought the very latest style Kings New Life Piils helped her troubles Miisl greatly". Get a box to'ay. Price 25c in Full and Winter Millinery. Louise Hindmon will arrive Friday and i Recommended by R E McRoberts. with Mrs. !iurgss ajzain tUii Her many friends here are rfotj?kU! know that she will return. tm p.u.r SlrHf con-feien- I NE TOBACCO AID HEMP FARM As administrators of the estate of Mrs Mary A. Burton we will sell to the highest and best bidder on . mi at. aursday, Sept 25th 1 5 viy her late residence, situated one miie from Buckeye, Garrard County, Ky one fine blue grass farm consisting of 86 acres fronting .the turnpike and improved with good residence, two good ..stock barns, two tenant houses. The farm is well watered, 125 acres inbluegrass, which has not been plowed in 30 years, balance in'clover and timothy and is all particularly adapted to tobacco and hemp: ' This farm can be.suitably divided and will be offered in three jtracts.v Tract No. consisting of 126 acres with home residence, stosk 6arn and other necessary outbuildings? Tract Nos. 2 and 3 will consist of 30 acres each with tenant house on each tract. The farmvwill also be offered as a wh.ole .and the. highest and best :bioL a'c.Pi&d . 1 We will also offer at the highest and best bid ths follovvingjive stock and chattels: Horses and mules, one 7 year old mare and colt, one pair 6 hand 5 year old mules, extra good ones, one I 2 year old family horse, 19 good yearling mules," three year old mare bred to jack, 3 two year old mules well broke. 6 feeding cattle, extra good about 00 pounders, 50 yearling cattle, two cows and calves.. 2 shoats and 3 sows, 48 good "r' ewes and two good bucks. S 1 1 1 1 1 1 This is Just What toe Offer. Write for our beautifully illustrated catalog of .exclusive designs. This sale will ture. Sale begins promptly at 9:30 a. m... Terms rrfade'known on day of sale. ' Dinner on the ground. ..,.- '"'' include farming implements and tools, household and kitchen "' furni- -J , Consumers' Monument Company, Ball Ground, Georgia.. E. I. M. ''i' ? "- -- - "L-&.5& J-'BUKTONj Dunn, Auctioneer. 'J1 --- - u Admis. 77 1 l --The iaiMywi(W,H..ii..'i CentrrfflecorMFrWdBtteS. iiiwHiimMft cge ''6 OUR EXPENSE KmUUemma; And Don't Let Baby Suffer With Eczema Kentucky Wheat Dr 9s. Lawson School Honor Roll. . TRY SOLACE AT Skin Eruptions. g. vt ff&3rZ&r The Kentucky Fluted Force Feed sense of the term, and it sows all seeds, from Hale to treated The range of quantities wheat, with unvarying accuracy. is very great, and the operator is not obliged to sow a peck is Babies need a perfect Skin eruptions cause them not only intense buffering, but hinder their growth. OINTDR. HOBSON'S ECZEMA MENT can be relied on for relief and permanent cure of suffering babies whose skin eruptions have made their life miserable. "Our baby was afflicted with breaking out of the skin all over the face and bcalp. Doctors and skin specialists failed to help. We tri d Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment and were overjoyed to see baby completely cured before one box was ubed" writes Mrs. All drugStrubler, Dubuque, Iowa. gists, or by mail, 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Company, St Louis, Mo., Philadelphia, Pa. Eighth grade Bettie Miller, Sallie Elnm. Fifth grade Bessie Lawson, Mary Hammons, Essie Ballard. Fourth grade Alex Wooten. Third grade Lee Robins, Easter Hammons, Lizzie Mae Ekim, Elsie Brown. Second grade Wesley Miller, Curtis Robins. Primary grade Eflie Lawson, Foster Napier. THROW OUT THE LINE Money Back for any case of Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Solace Fa;!s To Pemove. thai ""Gllnclier" PaifiT" r v :: " " Give The Kidneys Help. And Many I lan- - caster People Will Be Happierr: the strictest STANFORDr - or a bushel every time a variation in quantity is desired. 'i In fact, the Kentucky Fluted Force Feed will enable the user to regulate the quantity to sow as low a fraction as a quart or a pint. One slight movement of each . indicator ,. lever sets every feed on the drill. i i k Becker, Ballard Bryantsville, Ky. C& Co.-DG 31 11 3Cil jTTMe.-- J t f'.r'jw r yJ - U ill f -- Obey That Impulse! The fine joy of Automobile ownership may now lx; yours for prices are down within the easy reach of untold thousands, who hae awaited the coming of the right car at the right pric. f llli Ml! Model T Runabout . . $500. ' III 111 Model T Touring Car . . $5EO. Model T Town Car.. $750. wltlfFull Equlptment ! f o7b. Detroit. R. L. ELKIN, Agent For, Garrard Co. Mr E R Ilutcliings is in Lexington on business. Mrs L B Hilton and Mils Minnie Woods visited Mrs Will Riffe at Hus- tonville, Mrs. H. J. McRoberts and daughter Miss Annie David spent Saturday in Lancaster. Miss Naunerl Hutchison spent the r week ind with Miss Ellen Scott home pear (jOohen. Mr and Mrs J R Beazley spent sev eral days with relatives in Danville a'id Ludlow this week. Mrs. Bettie Higgins celebrated her birth day Sunday at the home of her ton Mr W H Higgins. Mrs J F Cummins and Miss Ida Menmee spent the week end with the family of Mr. Pittman at Parksville. Air J B, Bailey wejit to Louisville Morday to see his wife who underwent an operation at St. Josephs last wetk. Mrs It M New land and little daugh ters are visiting her parents, Mr and '.Us 71 B'Elkin and atlending,the State Fair. Miss Sophia Alcorn went to Dan ville Wednesday to resume her duties as instructor for the blind, deaf at the Institution there. Mesirs Harris aid Thomas Coleman left last week to enter the University 'of "Yngliiia. This .is, Harris' becond year at that institution of learning. Mr J S Owsley and K S Alcorn have returned from Vashington"vhcre thej went in the interest of the latter gentleman who is an applicant for Col lector of Internal Revenue, Mrj W S Severarice has returned from Shelby where she went to see her sister Miss Btbs Pickett before the latteis depaiture for New York to take training in Domestic Science. Miss Kate Walton Waters, of the telephone force here is spendi-- g a well earned acation in the "a t. While she is away she will visit J datives and friends in St. Louis and Kansas City, Mo., and Luewellin Neb. We are glad to state that Mr John Sam Owsley, Sr.f of Lexington, who has been so seiiously ill at his home at that place is improving and the mem bers of his family fel very much encouraged and hope for his speedy at-hec-- "Throw Out the Life Line"' .' Weak kidneys need help. They're often overworked don't get the poison filtered out of the blood.. Will you help them? Doan's Kidney Pills have brought benefit to thousands of kidney sufferers. Read this Lancaster case: Mrs: J. W.'Pnmphrey, DanVil.'e St., Lancaster Ky., says:- - "I buffered a great deal from backache and could not sleep well. On several occasions my back became so painful and "weak that I was unable to do my housework. Being advised to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial, I did so, procuring at Fris-bie- 's Drug Store, (now It E". McRob- eits & Son's Drug Store). They help- id me from the first and I wa3 soon " We know a paint, which- - holth to th . ;tvood like, a driven nai!. 9eafiontl.V",ri 'is porous. 'Ihe: pores areytl"e tn.Jyiap- SOLACE REMLDY is a recent medical discovery of three German Sciencclls. White lead paint, which t re-- . e.' the? tists Chat dissolves Uiic And Oj.slals wood in the fin.i of a soli.!, t! itw. Jihj,1 e t and Purifies the Blood. It is ewy to fastens int- - these pores, aiiilwie vwrole take, ard will not affect the weakest'. coat of jvnt li'rfcUiall riveted stomach. iliin ii tlit- - surf.uo it elL. rates mini It is guaranti'rd under Uie Pi're Food . fret-froand Drugs Law to be absolutely protects. opiates otfharmful drugs of any 'White-Lea- d description '"" SOLACE is a pure specific in every (Dutch Bov Painter Tr:ik-- Marfc) HiV way, and has been proven beyond question to be the surest and quickest remand" Pure Linseed Oil.. edy for Ufcic Acid Troubles known to medical science, no matter how long I;J .ake the piint that rprcatls into a standing. It reaches and removes the jody. It becomes a iwrt of thir VeioJ root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and itself an- - outer --hjcr that preserves the purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek life of the lumber. are the Sole U. S. Apfents and have pntBtlnfeff-uiMtc- s. We sell it as well thousands of voluntary testimonial let Come in and hsvc a t:Jk'it5.as. ters which have been received from aboy t painting. grateful people SOLACE has restored! i ti to health. Testimonial letters, literature and FREE BOX sent upon -' r ei. s2figp h "ft ..- u It. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank of Chioo, Texas, wrote the Solace Company as follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose $1. This remedy ha' relieved." been used by some friendj of nm.e A SECOND STATEMENT. here and I must scy its action was won When Mrs. 1'umphrey was interview derful. (Signed) It. L Mori's. ed on Feb. 6, 1&12, she Put up in 2o. , .".Oc apJ SI. borts. Kidney Pills arc a great medicine. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO HZ V. I'LL They promptly relieved me and I glad AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY -- No ly confirm wliat I said some years ago TAKING Special SOLACE. recommending thorn." JUST Treatment Schemes or Ties". For sale by all dealers Price ZO cts. SOLACE ALONE does the work. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffa'o, N. Y.. Write today for thf flee box. etc. jole agents for the UnitcJ States. SOLACE REMEDY CO . Remember the name Doan's and Battie Cieek-siictake no other. said:-"Doa- n -i r L: . ?s i -- :? n. X& ? -- 7, !- -: jtii !J-yO n icitrfs;' ,. 1111 it gill &&1iX& lil 2 c?i S m H w s 9 k . 11 m 4. HJf a ta m c 1 ; 11 u Lancaster BEST i cio one of the 4 jjf V t ir t.i---- v. KICK' VK. A. C. Miles attended court at Nicholas KCJ, & ille Monday- Mr It. I. Burton of Brjantsville was here last week. .Mrs Loil Sanders is with her mother. T3F3 (& Irs Hiram Ray. i Mrs J. S. Gilbert visited friends at II New by last week. Mr Hirarn Ray soU II head of SOO lb. steers at G cts.jjtr Kay visited relatives in Madison Co., last week. Miss Virgie Bourne was hostess to J the embroidery dub Tuesday. .m U kJ It U. 'ti lv23 Mrs J. S. Gilbert entertained a few of her friends at dinner Sunday. Mesdames Andrew Bo'gie 'and Iva Teater were in Lexingtou last week. Mis3 Bessie Ray Sandeis of Madison Co., is the guest of Mi33 Leota Kay. Miss Barbara Gulley has returned from an extended visit to Mrs Roy Sanders at Nina. Mrs Lillard Miles returned to Lex ington Friday after a visit to Mr and ml iV?i n n (.' N hi i ilii 5S RF ? in f h .4?C-JLii SS3 j " o u t n . o ir Ln et -- - un v t ; o k v e r, i V our & (fa S7k 3 Thm a.I of th" v i r I .:ill by our tr tx.ttJ v laat i , d'otilktl y lb. Misa-iNett- ie i Against !& b h U iff a -- C I J, That all 'I'ljt to rf oar .".'' unnk-- i we have cue of es.rm3i-,- e nuoaiui tne most lie icct obirC" ;!." in ihvs U 'Ies. ft.iRpfrfe ni fiiiiih?' mtiits it i lojntie J ' ft Si k A IB Mil '2 J5 V um; uiuv.ii tenuis iui .xnj jctUUil iUiil u ?vident fact tlut it is easier to detect any din er " '.RUi'f n alter fir elenr iiottle ikaa oatT Ve hotUe i: clear boi:L-- from tlbtilki water. Slim 1 1 n t n. .Cola, Giaf er Ale Crai-te- . tig? taLer is a iic uu inn t a 2 s Str-Ali- fiaors. . " j g q i .S p i Ccn;eyi anvlsee Ujat.P"ir.ifjMLiEi! drir.Ls a;e i it rji. t y J id Ark for Mint Cola "ftad oibtr driitks btJcl hy us crov. n- and sec that the name is en the lv,;!o-aru-I ' $j with 13 1 1 EMm mm G r.3asw Sanitary Bottling f& -- or f$3s$fi!giAttjtfg Mrs A. C. Miles. REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee and Mrs D J and Miss Meorgia Newburn of Huntsville are the guests of Dr and Mrs T W Pennington and Mrs Maltha Adams. Miss Bell of Danville, will ami join Miss Newuurn nere they will go to Knowille to take po sitions in the school for the Deaf. CHECK CHRONIC RHEUMATISM NOW save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, Certifi-cates, Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Stock Rheuma Thoroughly Drives outDeep when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. mis- Seated Uric Acid Poison. Put vour valuable papers in one of There is only one way to "be free from im Rheumatism ihe accumulated It. I. Burton of Bryantsville bought from various pal ties a lot of stock hogs at 7 cts per pound. Little Agnes Carter and Fannie Lee Walker who have been very sick, are very much improved. Mr and Mrs A. C. Miles attended the Jessamine Co., Sunday School Conven tion at Bethony Church Wednesday. Miss Lillie Pierce of Louisville who has been visiting relatives at Kirksville is now with her sister, Mrs Oscar Ray. Misses Sallie B. Bogie. Stella Ray and Messrs Lewi3 ard Ray Noel spent a delightful day at High Bridge Sunday. Fred jjryj-- 5 a-- j, .'frcfsfes BBs&smssP&BKSzr. Office Citizens National Bank mm Va? && -i '- t MERE'STHES-SO''v'W-- tS K S.T 22 ' diStUl . wi SActe "v? .rf.v m tt":-.- r- fifS'wrsi its svi" IA. f J?-"I- 9W ar-"- ' . -- ' - ti?Kmii mm Always A&"sl ?or Infants an CbJicn. MtvlS 3?5J -- ". m'T?&uB -- m v?nt;,--?h- ? f- - Have . tori i')ai,31'u ck.n-t- - u r - N si.'f.b :d:'..:fc--'v'- j; .-- i r our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company . i- purities caused by an excess of Uiic Do You Fear Consumption? Acid poison must be expelled from the No matter how chronic your cough or body. That is will do severe your throat or lung ailment and do it thoroughly. If you suffer howDr. Kings New Discovery will sure is, from any formof Rheumatism'-Sciati- ca Inflammatory, Arthritis, Muscular, ly help you; it may save your life Stilman Green, of Malichite Col. writes what-RHEUM- nOUR301I REMEDY CO.. fleni-ed- THE NATIONAL BANK OF LAN0AST-ER-; Lumbago or Gout get a bottle of RIfEUMA from a for 50 cents it is guaranteed. "For six years I was a cripple on crutches from Rheumatism. One bottle fails to benefit you. The best home of RHEUMA cured me completely-- " J. K. Greenberg, 2238 Cottage Grove remedy for coughs, colds; throat and Price 50c and $1.00, lung troubles. " Htr Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son, Enclosed find photo o hoe that ia? etired of y. cholera with cur Bourbon Hoc Cliclcnt Thi3 hoffvas ots.ost de-- d bUnre tiiirtr medicine, and then xu entirely Cuml, x the coptloss of cars, tai". etc. TiehcIi owned hi Mr. Ekiles Ewiiii:, of Bovl ct:ireen. Ky-- . Ho will bo cUd to eivo you a test'monla!, and i.e can cet several more if j ou w ant them. JENKINS SUBLETT DRUG CO.. "Two doctors said I had consumption Bovvllusr Green, Ky. used and could not live two years. I Dr. King's New Discovery and am alive and well." Your money refunded if it Sold by HASELDEN BROS. m K5.5 . It'- j ' .Aliti j--i Sijmatore r.csc at Jfe-- t Confclusssi&tr ' Opimu.Mcph'ae txr!srxil i NGTKtRCO'-'EC- . KzmSi!.FrS'. JZ m SB " & A.kS'zX. y ur tf rv -- r Cr,.? ' s' .Si " tt-.- 1 J' Official Directory Of Garrard County. "' V.rjn; ziUzz?. , r Atk Capital $50,000. Surplus rPres-'t- . -- $30,000. r' Book-Keepe- When "The Frost Is-- On The-Pun- hin" Circuit Jr.rtge "uti. diaries A. Hardin. Conunouueiiltlis Attorney lion. Kmmt't Far" j A. It, DENNY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice R. T. EMBRY.ss't. Cashier. ' - S. C. DENNY, Cashier. J. L. Gill, r. Now that it is about time for frost "upon tfie'pnmpkin and th? fodder, (that is all,"no com) is in the shock, the minds of the local Nimrods natural ly tijms to fall fishing, and various and Public Sale. " WiUloin BJIason W.H.IIrown. ' Master Poniinisgioner TruatPe, Jury J'nnd pen lKnbJjison. r Ills Sue Shellij Olllclal Conrt Oireuit Clerk , Miton. .D Ford. Count) Judge t Countj Attorney J K. Itr.liln-oCounty ClirV J. W. Iluinllton. Deputy clerk Ilarrj TomIIii"on.'' Cbroifcr J. A. Jot es. Sheriff Ueorjre T. Bnllard. Deputy SI trill O. A. Robinson. SnperiutLuditut of Schools Mies Jennie IIlg- n. fix&T, !'"TT;r' 15 i? 1S56? Ei.U. " Ai:.5ctKe&rt!tffert:?.sffc ticn.SKirStr,iindi.Bicrrtcn TVorns.Cc-r.ulsioiis.icvnisir Mss-iKdLos- fYy'""'" v"-F- iir i T - "tliS8 s or Sleep. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Drrriy. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. i. fFwgt it j .rrp. i'j'A.ra W. O. P.ignev, mw mt l il k it mi I i W t"t h Aff i 1 1 An Attractive and Personal numerous parties are being organized Of Farm to' go to different places. We suppose Property that Bob ElKin and John Farra, who Having decided to move, I will on are conceded the boss fishermen, will have tcThave another,irip to "Charity's" Thursday, Sep. 25th, 1913 before the coming of winter. beginning at 10 o'clock on the premises, 6 miles South Weqt of Paint Lick and FEMALE MILLERSBURG COLLEGE 3 miles South East of Point .Leavel on the Richmond and Crab Orchard road MILLERSBURG?KY. in Garrard County, sell to the highest property: Girls, bidder Home School For A welimprQvedmaJlfarpr-ofnbout - 'Oi- 5 rf-c- 55tCH The Csxtauh CompaQ" 1TEV YORK. ilver Thirty Years r w,WI ' yS urantccduiidrticrbotin. of Wrapper. THt C8NTAUH OOMPAMT, WrOH.CJTT , Assessor JV. S. Carrlur . . Depnty Assessor K. B. kiiy. Jailer Jack Adams. Supervisor ol Roads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer II. F- - Hudson. MAGISTRATKP. glrs. Exact Copy SJiiS B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest." Asa't Cash'r. J. J, Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANIZED 1S83. "We Citizens National' Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. ' "This bank is rapervisetf byHhoftiteatftates'Governmenl 3 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. jf Punils are surrounded with anntmns.Tl 55- acres situated in a good "neighbor- - J. P. Bonnie 1st. DI f Logaii'lioQ Ad. If. I nhere of culture, wholesome fellowshin ' nooden three main roads. Nears'chool, HarrlsnsBaySrd, DUt? . I)Ist y "safe religious environment. New churches' and three stores. Has afour James Coldiron 4tli. DIst. and buildings combining all moderrhconven- - room dwelling, new tobacco barn, all COOKTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. unsurpasseu. necessary out buildingSj good orchard lfnces. neaiuireturu .' t , J wAl CranKy.-arofdu- j. lsi pi E never1 failing" water. Xarid' Academic and College 'Entrance Cours- and 2nd ldsT. R D McJIurtr es. "Music Department under skilled produce any kind of crop. O. J. Htndrcn. 3rd. DIst. Will also sell a.fin family mare,, TbQmasPKitfg4tir. DIst. artists trained in Germany, Lecture and.Concert Course. Domestic Science. cow and calf, 'eight hogs'some'farming CITY OF IAXCASTER. The growing popularity of the school implements, tobacco sticks, some new Mayor II. T..I.nian, is evidenced by the fact that a number lumber and A. small crop . of hay and CityJudge-W. Harris. of pupils wejre turned away last ses- - corn. C,!ty . ', and kitchen City CIrk H. K. Her'ndon." Also my Household accommo- sion for the lack of room-t? "4 furniture which includes -- several raref CltyAssessor J.ohQ.MMonnt. 2 flatethem. City Treanrer D. A. Thomas. Expenses for board, tuition, etc. old pieces. Chief Police - E. Herron. Terms liberal and, prrade known on lower than other schools of like grade. COUNC1IJIEN. " Send for catalog and engage a room day of sale. H.C.IIairllti4"r Parker Gregory. . . LYDIA.MURPHY. early. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. . I , V. M. Zanoue. B.F. Walter. D. No 2. Wm. Itcrndon "THinel'SbtlfgTKy. R. F. Paint Lick, Ky. O s Greenleaf. 1 -E. -Attonioyr-Iv.-JI.TomHn- on. o I- i ?n r tstsax'jss' ' KStlSSsSC? fsfi&&eF$ tiJsW.Zrv '3 P5" mmi MEDiClNES Comrounded aocordinff to the Original & j?orniulaa-Itocipes orcharlio Ci.'-bo- y Herbalist, for tho treatment Qf human ailments. Endorsed in tha Eiblo. 5jioi!5ax,ds of X6tifiKnial3, tho Great BodyiTonic SCIENCE SOEE, for tlte Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, cr 7?rit & COSI-CEL-SA-Ii, Ex-clusv- ro cd R5ii& i J& '?." &?. v&L;p:&gr& . SVIW-fe.-- 5? w-sr- V. CHARLIE 7HITE"-JI00- - white aaa s csieukie jinw , . .. .. .n?--B.- B C0H4.EI-SA3 &riciNran or Mrs. .CHARLIE 3731 WH1IE-&100- N & JCIEKC? SCPc West Broadway ' - - -' Louisville, Kentucky -: :- -.- - p-- u YW "" ......f?fifWTWwpf " a...--..-.....- .. i rOOflfrfrflfrfrnxUHjQOOtOO&OOCrfrftfrfrfrfrC-- CARDS. ? . . iivfuf w m IT aAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAil p wwwwmwwww I i frftfrq iKW&uHTfX tiS&atfJ J5?ftfjTt? rwirJTalr MnSHHT yffglfgEgPMLl ? Stl.iu fina woman IT y fiii Qftntrei ftG0Mx ifpleiay, && lg HBaassaHHHSiEaaHsasBSBasesap wjyvvyr i iia. SPECIAL TRAiN EXCURSION Flat-woo- wwiv rti..i wuD W"fl"l,1,M" l"W""lHH WW1wW'"MVW' X i i j. HORSE LORE. X t (Edited Tlie Womana Club) I 000400000000" xopoo 4 iooooooooo :!J R. M. BOURNE .Anrtinnppr. .....-- . (Jood Servjce. Prices Right. 354-- Phone J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3. Next Thursday September 25th, the Woman's Club will hold its first meeting of the year. The new members are cordially invited, a social feature is to be included in the program, yearly dues received by treasurer at this meeting. Through the courtesy extended by the School Board, the Woman's Club has a large comfortable and most attractive room in the school building. The club has supplied the necessary furnishings, th library in this room has one hundred and twenty feet of shelving, some 100 bool have been donated since last winter, 100 books will be used at stated intervals Commission from the Library at Frankfort; former Lancastrians whose interest grows fonder in their absence have contributed generously, friends here by gifts, kind words have bid us press on in this enterprise, some publishing houses have sent books, we gladly place on our shelves. Membership cards are now on sale at club room $1.00 per year, all club members are entitled to this card privilege, to insure the success of this movement we must have the good people of our town and county with the Woman's Club effort, we make this appeal in behalf of our children. The library committee expects to increase the supply of books with the fund from sale of membership cards and other methods suggested. Thanking all friends for their kindness the substantial helping hand. We invite you to our library hoping to convince you we are trying to give to the public a library that is worth while and one that will be most helpful. To the Editor and his excellent paper we are grateful for this help and for all privileges granted us. Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, at Rainey's Livery Stable. -- Kentucky Lancaster, Office -- Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Residence Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. Apples or carrots cut up and a handful of mu.tl and ouo of shorts thrown over them make an Ideal ration for a horse once a day. The other feed mny be oats. It is a shame to let tt horse get a sore shoulder In the first place and ten times more shuinefal to work him after he gets In that condition. Collars should never be swapped from one horse to another. Do not put the colts in a pasture fenced, with barbed wire. A tmrbed wife cut always leaves n scar. A scar nlways takes the value off n young horse. Watch the necks of the young horses particularly and If they shrink with the first spring work buckle the collars up or have them refitted, but don't use a sweat pad. V Sunday. J. H Miller sold a 3 year old hers at town for $145. Mr G. A. Morgan sold his lower farm to Mr Sutton for JCOOO. Kev H. C. iiairci sold A calves to Woods Walker for $90. Mr W. B. Lee of Nina Kv visited near Flatwood again last Sunday. Most of the tobacco raisers of this section are housing their tobacco to save it from the danger of frost., W. H. Furr has returned from a trip to Florida and he is delighted with the land of flowers, where there is no winter and where they plant and harvest all the year. Mr Ben Cormney visited hom folks fcuntluy last. Mr Joe Hall and wife visited at d CINCINNATI AND EE113RH Sunday, Sept28th, 1913. $.50 Trip Round $1 .50 Trip Round .SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. SWEEP!l!!raM? - CANDIDATES If you want to be elected right, get n rrn rn rrrrn n n nvrn KEEPING HOGS COOL Beginning Monday SHAVED RIGHT and you will be right if you go to the right shop on Richmond street. Wp. Farmer The Old Reliable Barber. HENRY DUNCAN 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 E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician of royal breeding. Also have a few Qlaaae. Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. bred gilts for sale. Entire herd against cholera. W. Prices low, quality high. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call and see Physician and Surgeon. my herd. Phone 363-LANCASTER, KY. If not, why not? BBB' Hl3 M. ELLIOTT, Office Phone 6. Office Houra ..xa. Residence Phone 220. B. F. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. News Of The Churches. to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Office over Stormea' Drug Store 33- - F. "WALTER Lancaster, Ky. DENTIST. Phone 65. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky 8 to 12 a. m. lto4-7to9p- .m Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. TheJKentuckey Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church South is in session this week at Somerset Ky. Bishop The Hendres presiding. appointments will be read Monday morning. Bro. Protection From the Sun's Heat May Easily Be Provided. The necessity for providing shade and pure water In abundance for bogs in summer is overlooked by a majority of tho swlue growers throughout the country, says II. T. Morgan In Country Gentleman. It Is astonishing to note the negligence of farmers in this matter. Hogs having access to a wood lot or an orchard will bo amply provided with shade. Throughout the greatest hog pitxluciug states, however, these animals are pastured hi open lots, and there they will buffer greatly from heat unless proper artificial shade Is provided. A cheap and efficient shade can be erected In a few hours and at no expense, aside from the labor Involved, by setting six or nine forked posts in tho ground to support some old fence rails which may be covered w Ith n few armloads of brush nud then covering the whole with a load of old straw. This makes an excellent shade and Is preferable to one of boards, as the straw roof Islnr cooler than one of lumber. The shade should be open on all sides and should be built nt the highest point hi the field, In order to take advantage of every breeze. Tho loss of hogs from overheating Is very great, and such losses can be gunrded against only by affording tho animals n retreat from the sun In hot weather. Right hero a word of advice about treating an overheated hog. Never pour cold water on the animal; pour It Court Day In Danville we are offering some very low prices on about SURRIES and PHAETONS including 6 New dobs, Factory make Three Buggies and Three Runabouts. These Will Be Sold Out At COST. The price we offer will be below anything you ever heard on vehicles before. Come early and get first choice. We have one second hand surry that has only been slightly used. t&zzsa, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Pollitt left for Somerset Tues- - day. There will be no preaching Methodist church Sunday. Strengthen Weak Kidneys. at the S. S. Archer's Com. et al. VS. Plaintiffs, Faint Lick, Phone 229. Office Hours Archer's et al. Defendants. Pnrsuant to a judgment rendered at the June Term 1913, the undersigned commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky at 11 o'clock a. m. or thereabouts, on SEPTEMBER 22nd. 1913 being the first day of the Garrard it County Couit term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows Said land is in Garrard county on what is known as the Gooch pike about two miles from Point Leavel and described thus: MONDAY, :- Don't suffer longer with weak kidneys. You can get prompt relief by taking Electric Bitters, that wonderful remedy praised by women everyyou where. Start with a bottle will soon feel like a new woman with out fear of pain. Mr. John Dowling of San Francisco, writes:-"Gratitufor the wonderful effect of Electric Bitters prompts me to write. It cured my wife when all else failed." Good for the liver as well. Nothing better for indigestion or biliousness. Price, 50c, and $1. at R. E. McRoberts & Son. to-da- M. K. Denny and Office: . A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Stormea Building OTei Hurt & Ander- son's Furniture Store. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES. under him. A hog that is on the ground HARKSBUJiX. and not too fur gone will respond to from an oak pointer, said point a cortreatment if water Is supplied In this ner to George Leavell, thence with said Leavell S. 112 E. 20.75 chains to a Mr and Mrs J. B. Dean entertained a manner. Never attempt to drive an point 8 feet west of a young sugar overheuted hog. If possible, after suptree, corner to Mrs. Rout and John number of friends Sunday. plying some water, erect a temporary Newland and W. H. Furr; thence with Master Leslie Sherrow is suffering shade, such ns a blanket or sheet supFurr S 65J W 3.20 chains to a stone, with a very sore leg caused by a bruise. ported by a couple of poles. On excorner to same and W. S. Walker; with Mrs A. S. Dean was with relatives in tremely hot days it Is nn excellent plan Walker N 58J W 9.04 chains to the corner post of a wire fence, corner to Jessamine from Saturday until Monday. to. pour a barrel of water under tho shade which bus been built for tho same and Smith Burnside and Ed and Mr W. L. Grow sold to C. A. Arnold hogs, and this will afford much comSim Kennedy; with last named N 6 E 3.57 chains; N 17 E 3.34 chains to a a bunch of hogs for October delivery at i fort for the entire herd throughout tho day. stone; N 632 W 4.47 chains to a stone; 8 cts. per lb. S 331 W 5.71 chains to a stone in origi The greatest care should be exercisMr Sam Duncan of Burgin and nephew nal line and corner to said Kennedys hogs from having Mr Jas Ryal of Wisconson, were with ed In preventing the and in line to Owen Gillispie; then with access to streams which may have been relatives here Friday night. Gillispie N 54 i W 0.58 chain to a forked subject to disease germs. Under no mulberry; N 272 W passing corner to Mesdames Will and Edd Grow were circumstances bhould hogs be allowed Gillispie and Taylor Hignite at 9.37 chains, in all 33.64 chains to a stake in with Mr and Mrs Joseph Rogers at to run In fields opening on largo es- streams. The prevalence of cholera Hignite s line and a new corner to Danville from Thursday until Friday. many a Tract No. 2; thence division line to No, A ceries of meetings will begin at In past seasons lias taught Everything for Orchard, Lawn and 2 N 58 E 11.79 chains to a point in mid- this place the 4th Sunday in this month farmer tho folly of courting disaster dle of turnpike, corner to same; thence by allowing his hogs to water nt a with middle of pike S 46 E 8.68 chains Rev. J. W. Mahan pastor will conduct stream which may have watered a Garden. to a point 6 feet N E of S W edge of the meetings. score of herds of diseased hogs. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. metal; S 62$ E 26.90 chains to a point A crowd from Bovle Co. spent Satur In supply lug well waterto tho ani24 feet east of middle of pike and at day at Lock No. 8. The work there is mals It Is easy to make provision east edge of dirt road, corner to Hignite and in line to W S Walker; thence progressing nicely about 60 hands are against their getting their supply filthy. There are a number of comwith Walker along east side of turn employed there now. S 36 E 1.68 chains to a mercial hog waterers which are inex8 & Sons. pike east of middle of pike in point to pensive and are admirable. Theso line feet Walker and corner to Geo. Leavell; may bo attached to a "water line or to thence leaving pike and with Leavell a stock tank or a barrel. They are Lexington, Kentucky. S 741 W 13.25 chains to the beginning fitted with a float valve which autocontaining 76.86 acres. matically keeps tho drinking vessel FOR THE HAIR Tract No. 2. full. The drinking vessel Is small and (North End) Unsightly matted colorless scraggy does not admit of the hogs getting Beginning at a stake in line to Tay hair made fluffy soft abundant and their feet lute It Where a barrel is lor Hignite and a new corner to Tract radiant with life at once. Use Parisian used for supplying the animals It Is No. 1 thence with Hignite N 272 W Sage. It comes in 50c. bottles. advisable to add a handful of time to 15.95 chains to a point, corner to HigThe first application removes dandruff, will rennite; N 362 E 6.16 chains to a point in stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair, takes the barrel of water, since this becoming Train Schedule At Laacasler, Ky. the middle of turn pike, corner to said away the dryness and brittleness, increases der It more palatable after Hignite; thence with middle of pike S the beauty of the hair, making it wavy heate'd. by the sun. Btagsant water Is Arrive. wholly unfit for hogs, and It Is unwise 61 E 10.58 chains to a point 2 feet No 10; 6:00 a. m. to allow them to have access to places east of middle; S 29 E 8.43 chains; S and lustrous.needs Parisian Sage. Everyone To Maysvilje, connecting at Richmond 46 E 0.57 chain to a point in middle of Where It exists. R. E. McRoberts & Son. with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; middle of pike and corner to Tract No line of at Winchester with C & 0 to Lexing- 1; thence58leaving pike and with the be W 11.79 chains to No. 1 S ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & ginnKtg containing 17.54 acres. Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. The purpose of this sale is to pay the No 71; 8:35 a. m. debts' of S. Archer and the residue of To Rowland & Stanford connecting any of the proceeds to pay to S. Archat Rowland, L & N to all points South." ers" committee. TERMS,. No 28; 11:04 a. m. v 'The land will be first offered in two To Richmond, connecting with Lv& tracts and then as a whole and the bids N to IrvinS & Beattyville, Lexington thought most beneficial to the estate & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. will be accepted. The sale will lie made on a credit of six months, and the purNo 70; 11:50 a. m. chaser or purchasers will be required To Richmond, connecting with fast to execute bond or bonds with approved securitv for the purchase nrice. due in train to Cincinnati. six months, bearing interest at six per 8 and 10 foot lengths at $14.00 per 1000 feet No 27; 2:09 p. m. cent per annum from date until paid, 12 and 46 foot lengths at $15.00 per 1000 feet To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon having the force and effect of a judgJunction to Elizabethtown & Bowling ment, upon which execution may issue. Sheeting all lengths at- - $13.00 per 1000 feet W. tirown, Master (comGreen, and at Bardstown Junction to payable to and ti.lien will be reserved missioner, a Bardstown & Springfield. upon the property sold until all the purNo 9; 8:42 p. m. chase money is paid. ' To Stanford, connecting with fast W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. Crab Orchard, Kentucky; J. E. Robinson, Attorney for Plffs, train to Bristol & Atlanta. TREES No. 1. (South end) Beginning at a point 8 feet N 112 W Tract breed It is said of the Duroc-Jerse- y of hogs that they will put on more pounds for an equal amount of feed than any other breed. They put on flesh and fat so economically that they return a better profit on feed consumed than hogs that bring a few cents moro per hundred pounds on the market. The Duroc-Jerse- y hog. It Is claimed. Is a bigger hog, a better hog and a healthier hog than any other. The sow shoun Is an excellent type of this breed. She was a prize winner last fall. You and Your Painter Will Find xhis Book Heipftil i ti r W m $7 L FREE and How Ask for beautifully illustrated book "Homes To Paint Them," also Color different color combinations. Card showing forty-fiv- e . This book will greatly assist you in selecting of the most attractive color schemes for exterior painting of your home. It contains a number of color sketches showing various effects, easily obtained with n Peaslee-Gaulbert MASTIC PAINT "THE old-reliable KIND THAT LASTS" Shrubs. Asparagus. Phlox. Etc. Behind every gallon of this paint stands the good name and reputation of its makers, Co., Louisville, Ky. MASTIC PAINT is guaranteed absolutely pure, and is materials. The formula is on every can. made from the highest-grad- e MastlC Paint is more economical than ordinary paint, because it covers more surface, lasts longer, looks better, and gives the very best results. It adds years to the life of your property. Rhubarb.Peonies. Ros R. E. McRoberts & Son. Lancaster, Kentucky. III! SEOUTSiCEYiHnEijSa 7 - -- - H.F.Hillenmeyer PARISIAN SAGE L.&N. Kemington Typewriter 3 Months for $5.00 We will rent you an understroke model G, 7 or 8 $5.00. Remington Typewriter for One Quarter Year at 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 rpntal terms we have ever made. NOW is Closing Out 109,000 Feet the accepted time for YOU to ob "Recognized Leader of High Grade Pine Lumber at a Cut Price for 30 days. tain the use of a Remington Among Typewriters." Visible Model No 10. One Month $3.00. Six Months $15.00 Complete Catalogue upon Request. J. S. DUKE, Remington Typewriter INCORPORATED. Co. 134 South Fourth Ave. LOUISVILLE, KY. 4- - , pit&UtyHit The Centra! Record,- Friday, Sept J Tg, 191 3. Page 7 1 I w i i . UNQUESTIONABLY The Largest and Most Beautiful line of I .: - Ladies Wearing Apparel Ever shown in Lancaster. I I I I Mi $ $ I I 1 Our ready to wear department is complete with the Newest Model in Suits, Coats and Dresses at prices that are surprisingly low. A look will mutually benefit us both. .... I 1 The JOS Jrxx MERC AN TIL We especially call your attention to our Ladies', Misses and Children Shoe Department. lf7alrTaTriTr-jgj.-w- 1 1 8 i I fir mr it "Sk 8 We Write Anv Kind of " Oossio About People VxN ( i A Brief Mention of (he Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are Interests In. I up a barber shop in the Stormes' block opposite the postoffice. Mr. Robert Walter left Monday Tulsa OKla., where he has been offered a splendid position. Misses Sue and Margaret Sampson, of Harrodsburg, were week end guests of their cousin, Miss Nannie B. Herring. l F fcIE for rn 3EF33E DEI G 3G lQ I r" YOU'LL FINIi IT IN THIS COLUMN. F Yo u For Sale u Dora'-- ? Oi-- e mail- - Scotch Collie Billy Man. Office at National Bank. T.1 BEAZLEY & COLLIER - ""....wwiBasa8g! r Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, - A Ky. Fhone 27. .. p 31 IE 3C Our & and Mrs. Paul J. Arnold of Grand 111. are visiting Mr. Arnold's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Arnold II. B. Northcott has returned from near Hackley. a businesslrip to Cincinnati. Mesdames Mary Harris of Indianapolis Miss Isabella Denny, of Stanford, is and M. M. Miller of Lexington have visiting her uncle Mr. James N. Denny. been visiting their sisters Mrs. Dol.ie Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Sutton are in Brown and Miss Amanda Anderson. Louisville for the State Fair this week. Dr. J. B. Kinnaird and Miss Jennie Mr. J. W. Acey of Lebanon motored Lackey motored to Paint Lick Wednesto Lancaster Sunday for a visit to his day for a meeting of the Presbytery and were guests of Miss Hallie Roystor. wife. Mr. Sirs. John Sinclair of Mo. is visiting Tower relatives in Garrard. Miss Jennie Duncan is at home from Mrs. J. B. Brewer of Lebanon for a visit to her sister Mrs. Charlotte merly of this city has announced the Warren, of Stanford. engagement of her daughter Miss Mrs Elizabeth Joseph has returned E'anor Lillian Brewer to William Heniy from a visit to her parents Mr and Spragens. The wedding will occur "in the fall. Mrs. Fox in Eaton Ohio. ' Mr. J. R. Haselden and family ai d Mrs. John Woods and children of Lexington are guests of Mrs Wocds' Mrs. B. F. Walter motored to Crab Orchard Tuesday to take Dr. Graham father Mr. T. D.' Chestnut. and Mrs. Graham where they will con h m :n ... t: itusa iuiiigaieii iMunuw win reium tut tinue their visit for a time before reIndianapolis where she will continue her turning South. course in a D. and D. Institute. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Williams, cf Mr. Philip Joseph of Marksbury has been the recent guest of Mr. Smith Lexington, are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a third son in Hurt and family of Hyattsville. their home. The mother will be re' Mr. and Mrs. James House and membered as the handsome Miss Cena ' little son James are in Louisville this Dunlap, formerly of this city. week attending the State Fair. Friends and relatives here, at her Mr. Sterling Grimes of Texas former home, of Mr. and Mrs. John S. .has been the recent guest Mrs. Mattie Baughman and son who were in Duncan and brother b. C. Denny. Indianapolis and attended the Indiara Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie is at horre State Fair, had the pleasure of seeing from a visit of several weeks with Mr. their great colt. Homer Baughman, win the big $2,000 prize. and Mrs. W. C. Price, of Danville. I are invited to inspect our first showing of the season's latest latest 3tjK. gallery for goctl photes, the L styles, on SATURDAY, Sept 27th. Milli new J 1 For Sale A good hall heater, good as new Mrs. Susan Fisher. ano. t For Sale Becker Bros, upright Apply at this othte. pi- Try a load of our coal iSliilliKni V ON Saturday, Sepi 27th display the latest creations for Fall and Winter. will R. S. 31 II BROWN. IE :: 3E WW0&&B'B WJ&MXiM7 MMs XZrtJ. XX s ft rfToiwi. f.vi:iri' i ionib How Can Home r Mr. B. F. Hudson and Judge Lewis L. Walker returned last Friday from a business trip to Denver Colorado. Mr. Claud "Wherritt, of New Orleans is here enjojing a vacation witn nis parents Mr. and Mrs Tom Wherritt. MILLINERY OPENING. ) iij I .: m ' 'C.'"" m'!IMr-- J when the food is not of Tiy a sack of i the best. White Swan Flour and z know the joy of eating ' fine bread, biscuits, cake etc. If all your other food is as good as that baked from I Mr. William Datson who has been in the employ of the Garrard Milling Co. has mcved with his family to Stanfoid. Joe Burnside who has been stationed at Whitley City in the reveaue service ' came Saturday for a visit to hoire folks. My millinery opening for fall and winter hats, on Saturday, Sept. 27th. will be the latest and most in style and fashion. You are most cordially invited to call and inspect same. Mrs Ada Kinnaird, up-to-da9-19-2t te WHITE SWAN FLOUR you certainly are to be envied sure it is White Swan. Order a sack today and be Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills & )7( I f 1 S iWlili,feg f 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. ,5 Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. Mrs. Herbert Price and little daughMr. W. T. King, formerly of Polly's ters of Danville were guests for several days of Mrs. D. M. Lackey and Bend but now of Hyattsville had a daughter. All family reunion, on last Sunday. Mrs. Susan Tankersly and daughters the children and relatives from Cement, were called to Harrodsburg for the Cat. and Lexington were present and funeral of Mrs. Tankersley's sister, enjoyed the hospitality of these clever people. Mrs. Rebecca Lyne. Mrs. Hesrtha Rogers and daughter Mr. II. C. Bailey left Sunday for Middlesboro and other eastern Ken- Hslen, Mrs. Mary Masten and Mr. tucky points on a business trip for the Emmett Bourne have returned to their homes in Coatsville.lnd. after spending firm of Bailey & Lewis. several months in Garrard county they Mr. John Greenleaf and daughter made many warm friends who regretto Miss Van and little Miss Margaret, see them leave. were down Sunday to see Mrs. Emma Mr. Tobe Wiley, wife and son HanKauffman and daughter. sel returned to Paintsville last SaturThe many friends of Miss Gladys day. They went to attend to the Marguerite Humber will be glad to packing and shipping of their houseknow she is able to be at school again hold goods to Lancaster where they after an attack of tonsilitus. will reside permanently. They ae Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas of Horse expected to return this week. Cave gave a handsome reception Friday Miss Martha A. Stephen?, who has for their guests Misses Katie Simpson been visiting her sister. Miss Allie B. of this city and Helen May of Stanford. Brown, in Louisville, returned home Mr. Bob Ham returned to his home last week. During her stay in Louisat Helm, Ky., after spending a few ville several social functions were days visiting his father, Mr. Ben given in her honor. Miss Stephens Ham and other relatives at Hyatts- left Tuesday to resume her duties in ville. the Kentucky School for the Deaf at Ben D. Herndon, wife and handsome Danville. Dr. Graham of Savannah, Ga., who little son Ansil came over Saturday and stayed until Monday with the home has been a recent guest of his cousins folks, returning to their home in Dan- - the Messrs Haselden is a son of the vilh? Monday. late celebrated Dr. Graham, cente-maria- n and manufacturer of the "GraMisses May Tuggle and Emma Tad- ham Flour", also an owner years ago lock, of Danville and Miss Lena Prather Harrodsburg. The of Louisville, have returned to their of the springs at present Dr. Graham is also noted in respective homes after a visit to Mrs. his way wearing two medals one given James D. Hatcher. by'the British Government and one by Mr. Seals of Berea has taken rooms an American Society in recogination of at the home of Mr. W. C. Davis on his heroism in saving the crew of .a Danville street, Mr. Seals has opened wrecked vessel. Danville, St. Our Automobile is for hire at any: ml Mrs. Chas. Bairlien is in Louisvil s all times and as cheap or cheaper than other. Herndon & Walker. thi3 week. -Mrs. Mae SanfoTd, of Covington, Before renewing fer papers or magMrs. Samuel Cotten motored to Le: arrived last week and is the cflici-n- t azines see me. I w ill give catalog ington Tuesday. prices. trimmer for Mrs. Ada Kinnaird. Mrs. DolKe Brown, Dr. M, K. Denny was in Louisville Jtpd. Messrs Chas. K. Dunn and John for the State Fair. For Sale. left Monday morning for LexJ. W. Sweeney was in Louisville this ington where they will atterd State House and four lots on Creamery St. week taking in the State Fair. College. '9-- 5 N Roger. It Mr. James A. Beazlev was in LouisMiss Almerta Reed of Greenfield 0. ville this week for the State Fair. j Fresh Oysters. arrived this week and will have charpe Joseph Rogers ieit Tuesday to enter of the trimming department it M'ss Fresh oysters in the bulk; also good school again at Me c rsb vu Kv. Rella Arnold's. celery and fresh fruits of all kink at 9 19 It Miss Nancy Long of Madison is the Judge A. D. Ford and Mr J. W. Zimmer'j. gue3t of her sister Mrs. John Ross. Tuesday for Louisville .vhete E more left FOUND:-watch gunmetal IwariHg Miss Bertha Burnside isathomefnm't iey will take in the Fair for the the initials M. I. M. ounvr can have remainder of the week. same by proving owership :iml paying p!a?int stay with frien I) in Oiiio. Mr. J. R. Haselden took a motoring for this advertisment. Mrs. Carrie Davidson is in Richmond Mac Jennings. visiting her daughter Mrs. Z. T. Rice. party to Frankfort, to visit Senator Blackburn, the trip being complimenWanted. Mr and Mrs J. E. Stormes were inter- tary to his cousin guests. Dr. Graham ested spectator at the Louisville State and wife. Strictly fresh eggs. We are paying for eggs according to quality, 1 t 2 Fair. Elizabeth Joseph ertertained at Mrs. Miss Allie Dunn returned Monday to a G oclock dinner at Hotel Kengatlan cents. Bring them in while they are resume her work as teacher in Dolliver, the henuees being Mesdaire3 Maty fresh. H. B. Northcott. It Tenn. Harris of Indianapolis and M. M. Miller Lexington. We are making cement Block slabs, Green Clay Walker is mingling of with the throng at the State fair in Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elmore are re Pier block, chimnej blocks, jaid fence Louisville. ceivmg congratulations since the a;- - block any design or kind. Call and see. Garrard Milling Co. Mrs. J. M. Elliott and daughter Cecil .rival of a dainty daughter in their s home. The promising littl girl has nr visiM'ncr relntii-f- in I.wvintTtnn nrul For Sale, Cheap. been chtiatened Miss Elizabeth Earl Frankfort. Elmore. My farm containing220 acres will sell Miss Dove Harris of Danville was peop'e altogt ther or in lots from 'Si to .lit The following Lancaster here Tuesday with her sister Mrs. S. boarded the afternoon train on Wed acies to suit purchaser. H. Anderson. 1 W. T. West. nesday for Louisville to attend the Mr. and Mr3. Roy Arnold of Danville Stnte Fair:-MessW. B Burton, Joe Do You Want A iarm? have been recent guests of Mr. ai.d Walker Jr. G. C. Walker. W. B. Mrs. Wesley Walker. If so write or see W. T. Ewing Mason, Bascom Ford. J. G. Kinnaird, Dr. and Mrs. Graham of Savannah, J. W. Sweeney. A. H. Ba3ti.i, Frank Harrodsburg. Ky. Splendid farms rangf Ga., have been guests of their cousins Thompson, J. T. Raney and wife, J. ing from 50 to 100 an acre. Messrs J. R. and S. G. Haselden. B. Conn and wife and Misses Rella and Coal. many more of Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Elliott motored Mary Arnold. A great during the week, We are selling COAL close for ca-to Louisville Tuesday where they will our people will attend We handle Rex and Monarch coal, both be in attendance at the State Fair. kings of their kind as the name imUnion Service. Mr. O'Neal Broaddus attended the plies. Have just received a carload of State Fair in Louisville as the farmer There will be Union services everj Kanawha svU, also a car load of Blue boy respresentive from Garrard county. Sunday night this month at the Grad d River lime. The best of its kind. H. B. Northcott. Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird entertained at a School Auditorium. well appointed 6 o'clock dinner, the Fresh Oysters. honor guests being Mrs. Mary Harris I have three good farms Fresh oysters in the bulk; also good of Indianapolis, and Mrs. M. M. Miller to sell at a bargain, if sold celery and fresh fruits of all kinds at of Lexington. 1, Zimmer's. i i the next 30 days. Apply Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Davidson have your headquarters to W. T. King, the aucreturned to Tulsa Oklahoma after a Make our place visit with the groom's mother Mrs. court day and look at our stock of seed tioneer and real estate rye, wheat, barley and timothy seed. Carrie Davidson. man. We can convince you that coal Dr. G. C. Farris of Denver Colorado bounht now will save money. See who has been here with his wife for a A Modern Shoe Shop. Hudson & Hughes. visit to the M's ies Gill is in Ri hmoi d ours. 26. Phone The shoe shop of Hood & William visiting Mr. and Mrs. Burton Farris. is equipped with the latest time sewing Mrs. Hallie Hopper McKre of Eustace and labor saving machines. Our shop Florida is here visiting the Misses Kinis in keeping with the progressiva naird, after having had an operation spirit of the age. We are prepared to performed by the celebrated Doctois do all kinds of repair work while joti Mayo. wait. Good work reasonable prices prompt and courteous attention insured everyone. We kindly solicit the patronage of the public. Hood & Williams. Jidge A. D. Ford took in the Stale Fair this week. l L cTWiss Rella Arnold IE better t Inn vouhate had. it may bo Garrard Milling Co. EC -- SEE 3E3E J If vou want to lny a farm, see U'.T. King the auctioneer and real estate man. pd. A rs t-- h. Vote for Your "FAVORITE" MRS. J. T. PENDLETON. Dress Making and Ladies Tailoring. 141 East Main, Lexington, Kentucky. ANNOUNCES HER RETURN FROM PARIS, FRANCE. New and Distinct Models and Fabrics will be Exhibited for Gowns, Suits and Wraps ..s? Monday, September 22nd and Tuesday, September 23rd -- WEDDING TROUSSEAUX A SPECIALTY. The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all dffenders to fullest extent of the law. Hunters and. especially take notice. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney POSTED Jg i- - i v: ,: a 2 . rr A ' y... ". .. ?s' J" 1 r-a'- ge 8 CONTEST. The Central Record, Friday, Sept 9, 1913 ' 1 Continued from page slightest idea who has this honor. If there would be anybody in a position to know how many votes any contestant has, it certainly would be the manager of the campaign. But under the system which the contest is conducted, it is impossible for anyone (even the manager or anv one in the Kecord office) to find out how many votes any contestant, has. When a subscription is sent in, the votes are issued and immediately sent back to the contestant No record is kept of them and they are only counted when they are returned to be put in the ballot box when they are published in the paper. Until further notice contestant will be allowed to vote 50,000 votes. THE PRIZES. hi H mlW f .Hftv HLf RIHr Kv .L? Vv m S flHW JlH IB? Cm BLfftw V ne aBa. . T aifMfflk KWH stt&sHttf&Str yjCiV JBCSr HvK 17 VwF F? K1 The Handsome Cart and Harness were purchased from Mr. W. J. Romans, the well known buggy and harness dealer of Lancaster. The twelve district prizes were purchased from the jewelry firm of Morrow & McRoberts, Lancaster, and are on .disContestants and play at their store. their friends are invited to call and inspect these prizes. District No. LANCASTER. 1 192,100 112,000 192,100 108,400 96,400 42,500 106,600 53,400 192,100 169,100 157,800 NOW WHILE THE BIG Miss Lillie Mae Jones " Jennie Cox Christine Pollitt Mamie Lee Marsee Ida May McQuerry Nettie Farmer '' Bessie Austin ' Delia Rice Hughes Mr RiceTerril " Joe Cabell Ramsey " Dean Zanone " " " This big offer closes Sept. 24th at 2 p. m. and it will not be repeated. Put forth your very best efforts and gather in all possible subscriptions NOW. 20,000 EXTRA VOTE OFFER IS IN FORCE District No. 2 LANCASTER, P. O. COME TO Miss " Judith James Daniel Margaret L. Herring MARCELLUS, KY. 192,100 192,100 Miss Wade Lee Park MAUKSBURY, KY. 140,200 Miss Annie Blanks " Beulah Sutton BRYANTSVILLE, KY. 98,000 148.600 Miss Flossie Mae Miss Bettie Scott Teater KY. 19.600 BOURNE, " Burnie Pierce Eulalah Montgomery HYATTSVILLE. KY. 39.400 10,200 16,800 Miss Ruth Arnold " " " " ' Lena Schooler " Etta Smith " Loretta Ta lor Lyda Crecillius Charley Sanders BEUNA VISTA, KY. 54,800 3,900 32,800 27,600 4.600 65.800 MUlWUi A Mil MAKE SATURDAY, OCT. 4th YOUR HOLIDAY. GOOOO ippjppph Bfttfei ttH mi Grand Fall Opening of all Lancaster Merchants PATRONIZE YOUR HOME PEOPLE GOOD MUSIC BY BIG BAND ALL DAY Move lor Better Roads. Miss Lelia Barnett 84,600 106.800 02,400 9,200 6,200 Ruth Lane Alyce Mabel Scott ' Hazel Ogg ' Ural Blakeman CAMP NELSON, KY. SUBSCRIPTION BLANK 90,400 26,200 10.600 27,600 Miss Nora Kaufman " " " Maltha Knight Dovie Contest Manager, Central Record, Lancaster, Kentucky. Enclosed find $ for years subscription to the CENTRAL RECORD. Please give me proper credit and send the votes with my compliments to M a contestant in the Central Record's Subscription Campaign. Signed P. Watts Frances Sherrow POINT LEAVEL LANCASTER R. R. I. Miss Annie Dollins Brunette Arnold PAINT LICK. KY. 12.400 185.900 lines, and will be only In two issues of the ecord, free of charge in his day the champion saddle stallion of Kentucky FARMER'S COLUMN died Tuesday at the home of his owner, J. C. Bailey, at Crab Orchard, Ky. Preston was twenty-fou- r years of age. frfrfrfr0000HIC3fr&OO00&0 and in his prime was conceded to be a most wonderful show horse. After tjpaco below tills heading Is for tue excla-lv- e use of our farmer subscribers, and is for his show ring days were over, he made (he sale of stock, grain and such things on quite a success in the stud, being the farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver- sire of Carrol! Preston, owned by W. tise. No notice will be accepted orer fonr O. Walker, of Stanford, Ky. OOOO OOOOOOO five-gaite- d Preston, STOCK MAKKKT. CINCINNATI rXlOX ST-Pep IT Cattle CATTLE: Shipper Miss Jessie Parks. " Nellie Beazley MCCREARY. KY. 36,100 121,000 0 .- - Miss Lillie Mae Sutton 192,100 176,000 25,00 41,600 176.700 192,100 " Mr MANSE PAINT LICK, R. R. NO. 2. ' " Parry Clark " Florida Boain Otis Gooch Willie Calico Myrtle Coliron ago BUCKEYE KY. gr gfi CO " " " " ' Barbara Gulley Mamie Wilson Stapp Pearl Teater Lucinda Carter Jessie Ray COY, KY. 6.300 32.500 7,800 2.100 5,400 wwo C Sou uU g to CO CM Miss Peachie Mae Sanders Mrs. Mary Clouse LANCASTER, KY. R. R. 3. 75,00 40,600 Eh ss- a- . u oOhta o w n CO T3 Miss Jewel Ray " Lillian Brodus HACKLEY, KY. 2,900 89,00 O x CO o Miss Edna Burnett Grow "Christine Pruitt SPAINEY, KY. w Ooun 67,900 1,000 175,400 8,400 O "00 eu u OO A w Miss Ina Scott FLATWOOD, KY. Miss Myrtle Carcney STANFORD, KY. omH Z (U'T3 O J3 o Miss Sarah Hundley " Sallie Farmer " Virgie Rathwell David Goodnight HEDGEVILL, KY. 53,600 8,400 60,700 4,200 County Court Days. Miss Flora McBeth " Lucy Spoonamore CRAB ORCHARD. KY. 12,000 7,500 Ida Lee Campbell Udora Douglas ' Susan Butt Ison McClure " Shelby Newland GILBERTS CREEK. " " 43,400 8,400 23,500 31.500 7,100 Miss Mary Eliza Holtzclaw BRADSHAW MILLS. 53,600 62,100 Miss Minnie Bogie Richmond, 1st Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. 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. R L Elkin has some fine Southdown Saturday, October 4th. will be the bucks for sale. Grand Fall Opening day of all LancasFOR sale:-2barrels old corn for ter merchants. Everyone should plan sale. George Denny R. F. D. No. 1. to be here on that day. All merchants lot of household furniture will have on display their fall goods and sale:-for School Notes. it will be to your good advantage to be consiting of worthly old time pieces. here. There will be good music all day Maggie Brown, Lancaster.Ky. We have an increased enrollment this by big band. Merchants big day, Oct week of eighteen new students. c gilts and boars at 4th. don't forget. for The High School Department has an $10. each, all subject lo register. B. New Judge On Appellate Bench. attendance 30 of greater this year than F. Robinson. any former year of its history. Judge John M. Lassing of, Newport For Sale; I have 14 head of coming has tendered his resignation to Gov. The Music Department is especially three year old mules that I will sell in McCreary as a member of the Appelfull and is doing fine work under Miss pairs or as a whole next County Court late Court of Kentucky, which resignaDaniels superior management. day at the shipping pens in Lancaster. tion has been accepted. Judge Lassing Miss Noland has become adjusted to T. B. Robinson. gives as a reason for his resignation the conditions and is doing excellent work. urgency of his personal business. Gov. P'or SALE:-2- 5 barrels old corn, write McCreary has appointed Judge Jeff All the grades are thoroughly enjoyor phone. Bion Hannah of Sandy Hook, Circuit ing the drills and marches of the school J. W. Tatem, R. F. D. 1 Lancaster, Judge of the 22d Circuit Judicial disand are acquiring some proficiency. Ky. trict a member of the Appellate Court The boys have organized their foot to succeed Judge Lassing. Judgt M. ball team and are very enthusiastic good family mare, For Sale-O- ne in M. Redwine, also of Sandy Hook has their practice. perfectly gentle for ladies to drive and been appointed to succeed Judge good work mare, also have another Hannah as Circuit Judge. The Senior class consisting of 14 a members has elected its officers and is mare with mule colt by side to sell. R. E. Henry. W. B. Burton Begins Annual Shipment 01 developing a fine, loyal class spirit. your headquarters Make our place Horses. The new adjustable shades not onlv give comfort to the students but add court day and look at our stock of seed Mr. W. B. Burton on Wednesday rye, wheat, barley, and timothy seed. beauty to the building. morning shipped to the Wilson Live We can convince you that coal Stock Co. at Wilson N. C, a carload The 100 new desks recently put in bought now will rave money. See consisting of 11 horses and 11 mules, the fill practically all the rooms with comours. Hudson & Hughes. former averaging in cost $180 each and fortable seats. Phone 26. the latter $204 each. Mack Hughes of Bro. Tinder visited the school Tues Danville accompanied the shipment. Lost, strayed or stolen, from my day and gave an inspiring address. This is the first of Mr. Burton's annual farm on the Kirksville pike on Saturshipment of stock to this firm, he usualThe Seniors and Juniors will enter- day night, Sept. 11th, a red dehorned tain Friday morning in the auditorium cow, slightly brindle across one hip, ly shipping from 22 to 25 cars during the season. The following purchaseb literary and musical selections. good fresh milker, weighs about 1000. were included in this shipment:- - One The school is in need of more stables Reward for her return. bay horse of Geo. Anderson. $200, one to accommodate the horses of students B. L. Kelly, R F D 1, horse of Pope Bros., $190, one horse of driving in, from the country. Lancaster, Ky. Geo. Robinson $140., one harness mare of L.1G. Harlin. 175, a road horse of Two Real Bargains. Safest Laxative For Women. Lee Wade $1G5. and a sofrel horse of I offer for sale my residence just Mr. Jones for $125. All of the above Nearly every woman needs a good out side of the city limits and my farm mentioned horses were bought in Danlaxative. Dr. King's New Life Pills of 104 acres eight miles from towr. ville. In the shipment were also a horse are good because they are prompt, safe Good house, 2 tobacco barns and all bough t'of a Perry ville party for $150., and do not cause pain. Mrs. M. C. out buildings. Land in good state of one from Harrodsburg for $1J5, one of Dunlap of Leadill, Tenn says: "Dr. cultivation, for further information S B. Henry of Lancaster for $170. and the Hicks, Sallee, Parks and Hammonds Kings New Life Pills helped her troubles call on or address. horses mentioned elsewhere in this Givens Terrill greatly". Get a box today. Price 25c Lancaster, Ky. Recommended by R E McRoberts. A SALE:-Duro- Patronize Home Merchants. are you interested? Are you willing to loose any time or make any kind ot sacrifice in addition to the payment of your road, than to have better dirt roads as well as turnpikes? You may have very much better roads if you with your neighbor will and make the effort. Our roads are very good in portions of the county, but should be every where. You are improving your schools. The are being consolidated and taxes increased to build larger school houses and get better teachers. The pupils must travel farther to get to school. In order to get the benefits of the larger school taxes you are paying the roads must be improved that the children can get to school in these enlarged districts. Farming land is increasing in value. You are being assessed higher for taxation. Most farmers desire to reside upon their farms. You must have better roads to get the advantage of your investment. The investment you have, justified an increasing interest in the improvement of your roads. The improvement in the reads of the county should keep pace with the improvement of the farms. You are paying an increased road tax. If you will take an interest in better roads you can greatly assist your public officials who have charge of the road construction. Many counties in Kentucky are having good road conventions. There is none that would get more benefit from such a convention that this county. Would you attend such a convention in Lancaster and bring your neighbor, should a meeting be called? Talk this idea of an all day road con vention over with your neighbor. Such a convention will likely be called for a date in the near future. sub-distri- better roads in Garrard County? If so, to what e.te;vt Do you want Y.K. Hose 4 Z Slievp Butcher sUer- - extra 7"iT t ;r. GooI to choice Co mm oil to fair Heifers, extra Good to choice Common to fair ITti": :, ZM B I4t7 Co.to GcmhI extra Common to fair . Cannery Balls balogtia Fat balls CALVES: extra Fair to good Common and large IIO(iS : good packers and butchers Mlxtd packers choice.... ....... &TSrc5 Jwi5.'." i". r.Z3,Z :t&Htfi? 1 ic 5hs i ee& 66 r .' " 3WalK) $ eg ft as II ... S $ 11 I Mtft M '.iVt n .s WS ! GO Stas I 1 Common to choice heavy fat sows. Light shippers 1'igs. (110 lbs tnd less) ;a ; !', Oi SlIKKl':extra Goodtocholce Common to fair LAM S3, extra Goodtochoice Common to lair Czja&Sirfe jt ltglenj Mfe s 1 0l. 7 f 9 hi 3 liss;-- . (tf T Z ;og .:.. T 7 10 0 ICO&TOu ti' ra, " WlttVWK it ZJ A Training i ! wiriyil il ait School for Teachers ih ; mmg&ii i1 . 'A RICHMOND. KY. Ctw lea Y!U In all rthj r keatockr. Silwv! Si i. CnnMr lid Cm. j. ThknFrrt4p- Dr.-li.kkn-lib- r mltorriiwinAiililMo!- - nw manual truaiac bailrffar pratlehol.iIprtmrttarariC!iI'iir.a tll.aipT J irama'lum. Dowtte fcaf. rl-TalM Tfrw Jaaaari ?7. Fourth Turn April 7, Saiaaitr Scbo! axas Jaaa la. Catalosos Fna. tlllcws. Itns t EVmraurr Life NUfc Crr ttlB J. K. CUAIinE, PrrIlrin. Ending Sfniritationa anil AmtomtmnimtB alixmll. Do You Fear Consumption? hi No matter how chronic your cough or how severe your throat or lung ailment is, Dr. Kings New Discovery will surely help you; it may save your life. Stilman Green, of Malichite Col. writes "Two doctors said I had consumption and could not live two years. I used Dr. King's New Discovery and am alive and well." Your money refunded if it fails to benefit you. The best- home remedy for coughs, colds; throat and Price 50c and $1.00, lung trouhles. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son, - Ask us to show you the VERY latest in size, style and form and lettering at the right price. THE Central Record. I rw?