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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 26, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913092601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 26, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - C A- -- ."" &V tWKNTY FOURTH YEAR. ' ? 1 JiJc CENTRA! TIF COT? "P PURE RELIGION, UNVARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. LANCASTER, The rain came at last. L. G- - Davidson bought a fine Duroc sow with ten pigs from T. L. Yantis. KY.,- - FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1913. - SUMKER ? x- - The Reins are Gemini Let Us Repair Your Corn cutting and tobacco- cutting- - at the same time makes very busy men of the farmers. . - 1 Who tte Boine- Ml"-J- ul n i Rerd the interesting article on page six contributed bv our good friend, Col. M. D. Hughes. The man with the silo to save his winters forage finds himself exceptionally lucky just as this time. The number of young ladies and gentlemen whojave left Lancaster for school makes it unusually dull this time of year. nTrn Eipt Dw 4 tie UUiiij Iwrfl's Bi Prffl Pood 11 m , t r will be the winner of the beautiful Other Valuable Prizes. aa Pony and Outfit, the Diamond Rirgs and nriiir V Don't waste any valuable time but work hard and gather in every available subscription. It is belter to have a surplus ol votes than not quite enough. AH ircpo.-jiV- e tta H.n IT ffik-B ST I sP- (71 : ' e2fi taisB an3 and i B If 13 m The enormous amount of coal being hauled out of Lancaster theee days gives evidence that a cold winter is anticipated. ; indications to point to a close finish so that it is predict to whom victory will fall. 3 - B 853 . rt-J- H fc3 We carry a full line of Pumps, Pipes and Fitttoj We make a specialty of fitting up and installing pumps. . It will pay you to get o.ur prices on Galvernized Roofing. Live and Let Live Folks 8 LL D 131 On Display. Mill I We are ready, willing largest and best selected lime ing goods, ladies ready to wear suits, coats, dresses and costumes that The spirit of building seems to still be i2 ii U iu in the bones of our p"eople, and s'carcely a street but upon which some building In which to win a prize for your "Favorite". Don't give np. Stick to the finish. is being erected or improvement being Hundreds of dollars in prizes hang in the balance, Make your made. favorite a winner at all hazards. ' aii trains on uns Drancn 01 tne u & OTTT T N were late nearly every day of last j , week, even "Old Henry" caught the Who will be the Winner of the handxrost. . spirit and was about a half day late on some Pony and Outfit which will be The first frost of the season made its last Thursday. given away by the Central Record on appearance on Monday night and early 0ct-4tn- tit ashling . j risersTuesdavmo.-irngrepo- . I The bedlam to witnessed upon the Who will be the Winners of the very much in evidence in the bottom Chicago Board of Trade cannot equal .Diamond icings and other that created by the self constituted ueauiuui Prizes,? J. I. Hamilton Eus Another Farm. District "Reception Committee" which meets ?i These arc some of the Questions that j James I. Hamilton en eve y bridal coup'e at the train and st Mor.da are being asked daily all through this Bought of the hirs of the late Aii-xescorts them to their home upon their a a Tti - jik:i &fc i:JJ ' section and no one can answer them lor i and r Uibus a farm of 101 acres on iht- arrival in Lancaster. rtrt nnik fWlVtV i.rt nr1. tin. nnin4- ' Kiiksville pike for $77.50 per acre. U Will Lilt; bUtllCSb LiUb C.C11 manager. Sc c'ose has the ace become Frtsh Ovsters. Enjoyable Hay Ride. that it is impossible to even hazard a F.ljxa oic 3)j:2 yoar HiaJ-TaarierG- . Fresh oysters in the bulk; also good gu-'s- s as to what the outcome will be Mr. J. C. .Morgan gavea pleasant hay celery and fresh fruits of all kinds at Will you be a Winner? TI is is a ride to twenty five young people of the. j) Zimmers. question every contestant muat answer. Point Leavell section last week. He We can save your money on coal jf If you are made of the right stuff jou drove a four mule team and ;II were make-certai- n that you will land a loud in their praise fur tho d.'iglitful bought now. Don't wait. T)ur stock will of Rye, Wheat and Timothy seed is al- prize. It is certainly not worth while evening that Mr. Morgan gave them. artm2rv.umaiAjimt to enter the home stretch with any ways complete. Let us show you. Sale Of Valuable Property. other idea than to breast the tape first, Phone 2G. Hudson & Hughes. AH things come to those who hustle and Hughes & S winebroad sold for J. I . hustle every moment White Oak. Hamilton, the improvements oi d T5 8 MORE DAS 8 acres of what is knowu as the S. I. uro. under will begin a series of Just eight days more of this big prize octiran larm. The sale was made to nji meetings at White Oak, next Monday W j night and continue through that week. competition, Not a very long time, to Esq. Forest Stapp and the price paid $'-1per acre. We are glad to All are cordially invited that much good be suie but jusc long enough to defeat waf may result from these services. mare than ons candidate unless some welcome Esq. Stapp and his excellent very strenuous efforts are put forth family as neighbor;;. this week. Every vote counts and as Fine Lumber For Sale. v ..5' il many subscriptions It x"possible should Nicholasville Gentleman Dies Suddenly. We have feet be turned in for it isis much better to Mr E. A. Duncan, a prominent citi ' of Georgia pine yet unsold have a surplus of voteson Oct, 1th than zen of Nicholaswlle and an uncle of Mrs. S. G. Haseldcn of this place diul can saw any length to sull not quite enough. suddenly at his home in Nidiolasville ABOUT THK CLOSING purchaser. For house or Many people, judging from the on Tuesday. Mr. Daisan had not been 111 .,. nml lilt? flmif li ....,. .is a severe -- "iii.. barn. Hughes Bros., :.. !.., . TOM ,.! , ,.. ...... ... ...:.!.. '" """ "'" o ..u shQck t) hig Iativts. . He was CO yeais Lancaster, Ky. erroneous luea as to tne closing oi the of age and unmarried. contest and aie und.r the impiession that it is possible for soTie persons to Col. "Maccabee" F. E!kin A Real Colon !. mwcszammwri have injide Knowledge which will enVible !mi a "W-- r. Col. Mike F. Elkinnf Maccbee tame, . 1 tl .t- them to turn in enough money to win fA. re'ated, well known and popular in Lanput on the last day or night of the concaster, is now justly entitled to be calJl flP test. To insure absolute fairness the led "Colonel" a title h..-- has long held management has adopted the following through the defer nee due all prominent precautions to govern the last three Kentuckians. Gov. McCroary has apon Th days of the contest. Contest pointed Mr. Elkin an (3-OOID- S Manager will make his final counts on his staff with the rank of Colonel. Wednesday, Oct. lst and all votes clipOrganize Red Berkshire Association. ped from the paper must be deposited in the ballot box before eight o'clock The "Kentucky Red Berkshire As that night. Immediately after he makes sociation was organized in Lancaster, his final count the ballot box will be on last Monday. Mr. J. G. llurnsiile ' "TTj.! j sealed and the key turned over to the of this county was elected president. 1.63.1111 judges who will be selected from pro- , Mr. Samuel H. Hai ris of LincLlii Vice . minent men of thh city. The final president and Mr. W. O Walker of TT1V DTICP5 j three days voting will be entirely in Lincoln secretary ard trei.suier. The r J5o you can rest assured their t.ial . that any votes you place '. te. ballot tratjon of and to pron ote the laising b;x after Oct 1 wi.l not be seen by of red berki;iiire" hOfea. anyone until the judges open the bcx hi N aii bgin to count the votes after the contest closes. it is aosoiuieiy inipjds;uie lor anyone to find outhow many votes and subscrip tions anyone has for no one knows not ' even the contest manager. No recoid . is kept of the number of votes issued s 0-' .i $&& and to whom issued. We simply Keep ' the name and address of the subscriber the and anxious to show you by and the length of the 'Subscription. 5 After the contest manager makes "his h :WRfe-ic!&Tof c!othir.g, shoes, hats, gloves, furnisha t' 91 WKSmKr v final count the ballot b:x will be sealed fit i (Continued on page 8) i The Time Is Short ti utty Esaa IF YOU WANT HARDWARE Wl IT rvi aft XAr is 'jrvk & ST TEN FLOORS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL u 3 1 - iitPl mm is 31 1 19-4- L I i i 200,000 ;'im u,u,, , """ Sg mmz 1 ST- -i. ,r v p Oi I If it is a Range or Cooking Sl'OVC VGU want get will save you I i ixxwxj.jr , 1 far . H lisi4ierr 3f?s A v &SSKLH ll m ra 5 ib as i J B we have ever offered the people of Lancaster and Garrard County. As to style quality and price we wiji be glad to have you pass ment on same. We want you to compare our styles and prices carefully with judg- UllUlIu ) Let us make you a price on your Winter Sup- ply of Canned Goods. others. If W2 cant save you money then buy elsewhere. Besides giving you the very best of everything in our line we are going to give to our cash customers $502.00 worth of premiums absolutely We can make yon a very attractive price at this lime BSfiBW-.- $ i freecome in and let us explain to you how you can secure them. ' i JUirW. ' --- C U JSt ; OLL1TT. We can save yoa money as canned goods of MASTER JOE CABELL RAMSEY. DISTRICT NO. 1. i MISS CHRISTINE-- H. T. LOG A f,4. fc- - f all kinds are advancing steadily. DISTRICT NO. 1. A charming young lady of this city who has become one of the strongest candidates in the Record's big race. She is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Pollitt. of the Methodist church. If predictions do not go amiss, she will be among the leaders on the closing day, and her vote tptal will stapd as a big testimonial of the esteem, and regard in which she is hed by her many friends. A popular and ambitious young "feilow" of Lancaster who will have to be reckoned with when the final count of the votes is made. There are but few people in this seotion who do not know Master Joe and his many friends are doing everything possible to mako him a winner. With the continued success of his loyal supporters, we expect to see him. among the winners at Davidsoi "? -- ?- - Doty. M EATS. . -- 4 GROCERIES. Phone-181- t ft the last. o ragy f hi Qefitm Record, Friday, Sept . . 6, 191 3. 8 BIG DAY. H iviusic turmsnea Dy gooa Dana ana free lunch. 0 T N I g Ql Be a Booster, Trade at Home and Watch rxm crrnxATxrrivr i,w 11 jx w jr - nuc uumt nnuc unc onuc ai i burnt hll. y c Make our , store your headquarters. New goods are arriving daily and special inducements will be given those buying on that day. ; COME TO SEE US. "Save the Difference." -- vyu-j- . g ft The Store Beautiful rerarerarererarereraTOTOEra TheCentral Record incorporated. Isbuep Weekly. $1.00 HURT free to apprise us of the news in your locality, write us, tell us or telephone us, and when you are in town, call on us, you will always be welcome and we can always find time to devote a few minutes to your entertainment. we hope you will feel Frost Predicted. and ANDERSON 'ilk'' -- The bright Spot in Lancaster. a year. J E. ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. The Weather Bureau in their bulletin for this week predicts frost over the Member Kentucky Press .Association Ohio Valley, and there are some people and in this vicinity who aver that this Eighth District Publishers League. prediction was fulfilled on Mon'day night. Anyway it was certainly cool Lancaster, Ky., September 26, 1913. enough, and we may expect it in the near future. There is considerable county, Political Announcements tobacco vet uncut through the Rates For and farmers are busy cutting and housFor Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 ing it igainst the probability of frost 10.00 "or County Offices and freezing weather before many days. 15.00 For State and District Offices 10 "For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line County School Board. For all publications in the interMiss Jennie Higgins informs us Suu't est of individuals or expresthat the following gentlemen will con sion of individual views, per 10 stitute the County School Board for the line 05 coming year: Division No. 1 Thomas Obituaries, per line M. Arnold Jr., Division No. 2. R. D. McMurtry, Division No. 3, H. C. Fowler DEMOCRATIC TICKET. and division No. 4. T. P. King. These are all splendid gentlemen andmenwhe take an active interest in the cause of education, and will doubtless make this a successful school year. Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., Mail Matter. a Second-Clas- s Lancaster went through an unusually hot, dry summer with less sickness than has been known in many years. So much for the observance of the rules of sanitation, practice makes perfect, renew your efforts next year, and eventually we will be entirely, free from disease. Mrs. Al. Sanders Improving. Mrs. Allison F. Sanders who recently underwent an operation in the Gibson Sanitarium in Richmond for an ailment of one of her feet, is improving rapidly and her ultimate recovery is assured. Sherrod Ray's Will Probated. The will of Sherrod Ray, a respec table colored man who died recently, was admitted to probate in the county court on Monday. He gave all of his possessions, consisting of the most part of a farm in the Burkeye neigh borhood, to his wife- - during her life time, and at her death to go to his children. The Drought Broken. A splendid rain fell throughout the greater portion of the county on last Saturday relieving what has been one of the longest and most severe droughts we have ever known. Streams which have been completely dry are again running the cry for stock water has ceased, fall grass is beginning to come More Silos Needed. out and look green, the dust nuisance The oresent drought, or the one just is abated, at least for a while and every broken, should Drove a strong argument body is happy. in favor of the erection of silos on the Fox. farm, and some of our farmers are proFor State Senator. fiting by the success achieved by their Mr. William Fox died at the home CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. neighbors in the past and having these of his brother Sheriff B. G. Fox in Of Casey County. The Danville on last Saturday and his revery useful farm adjuncts built. coming winter will no boubt be a hard mains were intered in the Lancaster For Representative. one on the farmer whr has any amount cemetery on Sunday. Mr. Fox's death of stock to winter, because the exceed was the culmination of several years J. R. MOUNT. ing 'scarcity and accompanying high illness. He is survived by his aged For County Judge. This hardship mother Mrs. Sophronia Fox of Danprices of provender. could have been materially lessened by ville and by four brothers Messrs J. C. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. the building of a silo, which would have Fox of Lincoln, Fontain T. Fox of enabled to turn into ensilage the small Lancaster and B. G. and Monte Fox of For Sheriff. corn and fodder which upon the other Danville. He was a nephew of Mrs. C. A. ROBINSON. hand will be to a great extent wated. George Smith Sr. of Lancaster. The deceased was for many years a for CoBHty Conn Clerk. prominent Central Kentucky horseman Patontze Home Industries. and owned some splendid stock, but ill J. W. HAMILTON We have dinned the above axiom into health forced him to return. your ears unceasingly as regards other For County Attorney. y ..arceu, "Billy" Foy w; people, and we now begyour indulgence oU . gentleman, devoted to his aged GREEN CLAY WALKER. while we state our own claims to ; r mother, true, hearted to his friends and patronage. We are right" now fully For Jailer. equipped and apa"ble of turning out the kind hearted and charitable to all. Such a thing as an enemy he never very best line of job work at the very DAVE ROSS. knew, and all who ever had an insight lowest prices consistent with good, to his noble character and lovable dishonest work, and with the installation For Assessor. position, called him friend. of our new plant and upon our removal DAVE C. SANDERS. to our new quarters we will be better than ever prepared along these lines. Riolata, W. B. Burton's Good Gelding For School SBpenBtendast. When you are in need of job work of Upholds County Pride At State Fair. any kind, from the plainest hand bill MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. Garrard county horses certainly made to the handsomest piece of engraving. call and figure with us, give us an op- up in quality what they lacked in numFor Magistrate. portunity to submit our prices and show bers at the State Fair in Louisville last 1st District. you samples of our work, and we are week, Riolata, W. B. Burton's crack JOHN N. WHITE. satisfied that you will feel more than gelding winning in his own. class on 2nd District pleased to have your work done at Friday and then adding to his honors on Saturday by winning the $100 silver LOGAN ISON. home. cup offered as a trophy in the champion3rd District. ship roadster class. The latter class Game Warden Appointed. JOHN S. HAM. created considerable excitement as it Mr. J. S. Scalf, local agent for the was composed of nothing but winners We are authorized to announce the Singer Sewing Machine Co., has been and included among the entries some of appointed Game Warden for Garrard the best roadsters, stallions mares and following candidates for city offices. county, has executed the required geldings in the country, among the For Police Judge. bond, qualified as required by law and number being J. G. Cecil's "Thistle will at once assume the duties of his Doune", a magnificent' animal and a E. W. HARRIS. , office. The appointment was made by prime favorite. P. PRATHER. J. Mr. Burton has been campaigning and game Commthe Kentucky-Fis- h ission and appointees hold at the pleas-ur- Riolata in the various county fair rings and has achieved considerable success of that body. There has in the past been many in- with him, but his debut into the fast With this issue of the Record we are taking the public into our confidence as fringements of the game laws in Gar- society which he met in Louisville was to our future plans and prospects, and rord, as well as in other counties of not marked with very much enthusiasm, in turn we hope the public will give us the state, but since the activities of in fact he was not given very much full measure of their patronage and the State Commission they have attention, save by his owner who knew approval. We shall exert our utmost been reduced to tne minimum, just exactly what might be expected of endeavors to give to you the very best however, there are still a few the good gelding, and who believed that county newspaper that it is possible to seines dragged, and doubtless game with a fair fiId and no favorites the publish in Garrard county, but a news- killed out of season, and the new Game horse would be able to give a good acpaper cannot thrive of its own volition, Warden will doubtless find himself a count of himself, and such proved to be it must have the encouragement and very busy man if he succeeds in stop- the case, for after winning in his own, support of the people to whom it caters, ping all of the infringements of the the roadster clasa, he went into the and above all things it must.have their law in the county. It is hoped that he very fastest company, against known may have the support and encourage- and tried champions, and wrested their patronage. The county paper should be the ment in his efforts of every sportsman laurels from them, thereby proving county pride, and not a home in the in the county as well as of those citi- himself to be the peer of the best road county should miss its weekly visits. zens who are anxious to protect their horses in the country, and giving to We shall be glad at any and ail times to farms and property from the encroach- Garrard county the distinction of sendchronicle the goings and comings of ment of random and careless hunters ing at least one winner into the circuit during the season of 1913. you, your family and your friends, and and fishermen, tral Kentucky News", a publication FOK and harness, good which was founded in 1883 and ably as new. edited by Mr. M. D. Hughes; in 1895 .,.-Mrs Tiun am.jh(i. va1 Lewis Landram purchased the Record from Mr. Marrs and conducted it until W. T. King will cry your sale and '" 1908 when it was purchased by the get the high dollar. Will also sell present editor and Mr. F. S, Hughes, your farm. o.ja ., , the latter assuming the editorial duties and management until February 1910, Fresh Oysters. when his interests were assumed by Fresh oysters in the bulk; also good Mr. Green Clay Walker who edited it until January 1, 1912 when it passed celery and fresh fruits of all kinds at into the hands of the present manage- Zimmers. ment and ownership and Mr. Joseph E. Robinson became the editor. LOSTiA gold bar pin. with initial. "E. All of the above named gentlemen B. R." between Lancaster and Paint were men of ability and experience in Lick, or in Lancaster. Reward for the newspaper business and gave to return to this office or Miss Eliza the public a good publication, and when Rucker, Paint Lick, Ky. we say that we expect to try to eclipse their undertaking, we are fully cogFOUND:-watch gunmetal hearing nizant of the fact that we are assuming duties of no small proportion, but the initials M. I. M. owner can have perseverence conquers all things, and same by proving owership and paying as we have said before, the progress for this advertisment. Mac Jennings. of the age demands more from a newspaperman, as well as they do from Coal. men in other walks of life, than they di"d a quarter of a century ago, and we We are selling COAL close for cash. hope by earnest efforts and the assis- We handle Rex and Monarch coal, both tance of the help which we have at kings of their kind as the name imour disposal, together with the pa- plies. Have just received a carload of tience and encouragement of the pub- Kanawha salt, also a car load of Blue lic, to be ab!e to "make good" and River lime. The best of its kind. with all due respect to these splendid H. B. Northcott. gentlemen and able editors who have preceded us, we hope to give to the I have about reading public, not a better paper than they would furnish were they at the ranging from to helm now, but a better paper than See me before did their day, because of The Record Keeps Pace With The Progressive Era they thatin the times demand it, the buying fact the elsewhere. W. T. Purchases New and Commodious Quarters and material is at hand, and we believe King the auctioneer and that we shall succeed in our endeavors. Improved Modern Machinery. Anyway, the people shall be the judge, real estate man. and we shall be Satisfied with their Lexington Fall Fashion The Record recognizing tne fact that provements in the publication, and we decision in the matter. thp progressive spirit of the times de- shall not be satisfied until the Record Week Sept. 29th to Dora gives one photograph free of all mands improvement along all lines, is a weekly visitor into every home in (10 days to keep pace with that Garrard county, as well as to many babies under one year old. has decided Oct. 4th. spirit of progressiveness, and has pur- humes in adjoining counties, and we only) open every day. Every man and woman in Central , handsome quarters for its fu- shall spare no efiorts to make it a wel- Ed Perkins Buys Interest In Shoe Business. chased Kentucky should see this gala display ture home, which they will fit with the come visitor. Mr. Ed Perkins who recently severed from the wide world of Our policy shall be in the future as Fashion. latest and most modern machinery During FASHION WEEK all the shop known in the printers art, and will be it has been in the past, A NEWS- his connection with the Lancaster better than ever prepared to care for PAPER FOR ALL THE PEOPLE, full Elevator and Flour Mills, has purchas windows and stores of Lexington will clothbe ablaze with the beauty of the season's the wants of its patrons, and to give of all th home news, and an abun- ed a half interest in the shoe and to its subscribers and friends a N'tler dance of such other reading matter as ing business of Chas. Denman, of newest creations in every line. Make your plans to visit Lexington Record, and we hone . belter news-psp- we deem will be of interest to our sub- Nicholasville and will take posession at We regret to lose these excel- during FASHION WEEK, Sept. 29toto was ever published in Lan- scribers. The policy of the Record, as once. wn lent Deoole but wish them much suc- - Oct 4th, it will profityou in many ways. caster, we say this not in a spirit of is well known is Democratic, but this new home. boastfullness, and we fully recognize does not mean that the paper is bitter cess in their Farm For Sale the fact that to eclipse the efforts of ly partisan, rather the reverse, and we Rer. S. H. Pollitt Assigend To Lancaster men who "have edited newspapers here do not expect, or is it our intention at My farm of 77 acres, situated on the For Another Year By Conference At in the oast will require an outlay of any time to allow anything to appear Lancaster and Richmond pike 1J miles capital, both financial and mental, to in our columns which will have a tenfrom Graded School J mile from Public Somerest. say nothing of the exertion necessary dency to injure the feelings of any of School. Within 2 miles of 4 churches. The Kentucky Annual Conference of All in grass, but 15 acres. to the task. We are free to confess our people, regardless of what their Good that our determination along these political feelings may be, we believe the Methodist Episcopal Church which improvements, splendid orchard a lines is not entirely unselfish, we be- that can be done, that we may con- has been in session at Somerset, adjourn- bargain if sold in the next 30 days. lieve that the exigencies of the oc- sistently uphold the cause of demo- ed Monday after holding one of the Burdett Ramsey. casion demands increased facilities, cracy without those little petty thrusts most successful sessions in its history. Paint Lick, Ky. Route 2. the installation of modern machinery and innuendoes which are calculated Eleven young ministers were licensed in more modern quarters, and believe to offend those who may chance to be to preach and admitted to the ConFor Sale. that such action upon our part will re- -' not of our political faith, in fact we ference and were ordained on Sunday. One of the best farms in Garrard suit in an increase of business which expect In the future as we have in the The next Conference will be held at Co containing 101 acres. located on will fully justify the outlay of the past to edit a NEWSPAPER for the Wilmore Ky. in 1914. It will be good amount of capitarinvolved in the mak- people of Garrard and adjoining coun- news to the people of Lancaster and good pike, 3 miles -- from Camp Dick ties, a paper which will be acceptable the county to know that Rev. S. H. Robinson. All in fine state of cultivaing of the proposed changes. to everyone as a purveyor of news, a Pollitt, who has filled the pulpit in the tion. Well watered and splendid imWe have purchased the building paper which will be a welcome .visitor local church in such an acceptable man provements, 10 acre tobacco barn, alowned by the estate of the late N. A. to . IIIO tui the home of every citizen in the ner for the nast vear. was returned to most new. Oonri n.iirlihnrlifw1 fiu4UUVU and Martha Thompson, on Richmond county, regardless of what his politics Lancaster for the ensuing year, and farm is nnrt nf iVio Uanr 1V.i:..nn.. and will street near the Public square, w.ll also have charge of the McKendree farm and should be seen to be appreci or religion may be. utilize the eastern store room, and as "The Central Record" was estab- church at Hubblr . Dr. E. H. Pearce ' ated. much more of the building as may be lished in 1890 by the late James R. was assigned to Burgin for the next Apply to W. C. Rose, Marcellus Ky, I found necessary, to make a suitable Marrs, and succeeded the old "Cen year. Phone 383-- J or A. home for the Record. This room is admirably adapted to our requirements, and after constructing a modern composing room in the rear, which we shall do at once, we believe there will be no more convenient newspaper office in Central Kentucky. For installation in our new home we have pur chase a new "Miehle" cylinder press of the latest type, a new folding machine to use in conjunction with this press, beaHes other late model machinery, together with motive power of the latest improved pattern and of sufficient horse power to meet all We hope to be installed in our new quarters not later than January 1, 1914, and sooner than that time if it be possible. The contest now in progress has added materially to our subscription list, and after it is closed we shall be untiring in our efforts tdjsecure new K,. ij.i..y. subscribers, we shall 'have extra inOUR NEW MIEHLE PRESS. ducements to offer in the way- - of im SALE:-Phaet- .... mr A - EXPANDING. $40,000. 60 faim $500.00 -- 1 c. fc t fT - i -- --- - ?: .? jiV So - IT The Central Record, Friday, Sept 26, 1913. l PageS fT i 1 i $ M j s P H H V H 3 s 5 I i i i ! GRAND FALL FASHION DAY OF LANCASTER'S PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS Every taan and woman, boy and girl should see this great showing of the newest fashions. All the windows and stores of Lancaster will be ablaze with the latest styles in every line of merchandise. Don't fail to come, it will profit you in many ways. P.MMWaMa6SH!5S&a5 & 3 m if. MUSIC ALL DAY BY BIG BAND. (YOU'LL J FEEL GOOD WHEN YOU HEAR IT.) COME AND JtIeII THE pHK t?WiBoBiP3SI bhh YOUR BURGpO DINNER WILL BE SERVED IN THE PARK. DO NOT MISS THIS. HOME m & g BRING FAMILY PATRONIZE PEOPLE 1Wt.-JrPcVSJ- H 53BaBg5g?S'gSraE3 VWArgCTtarfVflasigaKS 3 m Here Are the leading Merchants md Business Hen Who Are Promoters of This Big Day: General Dept. Stores R. H. Batson R. S. Brown Gents' Furnishings Jas. W. Smith H. T. Logan Flour Mills Lancaster Elevator 5 Flour Mills Garrard Milling Company Joseph Mercantile Co. Furniture Grocers S. N. Davis Hurt Theo. Curry R.. Zimmer W. B. Ball & Anderson Lancaster Banks Citizens National Ross & Whitlock Davidson & Doty W. A. Dicker&on Livery, Feed, Etc. . Garrard Bank & & National Bank Trust Company 53 J. T. Raney Herndon - Walker Coal, Feed, Etc. Hudson & Hughes Bailey & Lewis H. B. Northcolt Millinery Mrs. Ada Kinnaird Miss Rella Arnold Real Estate Hughes & Swinebroad Lumber, Etc. Leading Citizens & Hardwares Conn Bros. & Implements W. J. Romans Lancaster Lumber Mfg Company Haselden Bros. Insurance Ed. C.Gaines ." Dr. Elliott, Dr. Kinnaird, Dr. Pursley, Drs. Denny & Wheeler, J F Holtzclaw, A H Bastin, W B Burton, C A Robinson, G T Ballard, L E Hereon, Central Record. E3 ?4 y c. Drug Stores R. E. McRoberts & Son C. C. & G33KSS Pure Milk, Ice, Etc. Blue Grass Dairy & J. . Stormes Ice Company Many Others Have Donated for This Big Day rf Make Saturday, October 4th Your Best Holiday Ia,y i. jp? Y j" Tt. aw rage 4 The Central Reeotna, bViciay, Sept 26, 1913. im00G&&a&ii&m2$m.&3&&e& i fafE0JWJWJWiimasaggaggs3gigggg GARA& We are employing five mechanics in THAT We are adding from day to day improvements that give prompt service to our customers. The Automobile has become such a necessity, that a delay means money, and for this reason we are preparing to reduce delays to the minimum. our Repair Department Supply Store. We carry a complete and two experienced men in the office and line of IIX V JljLj f wkmm AwJLJi MJJnw W'Xlii n Pennsylvania, Firestone, United States and Diamond Tires in all sizes, also MICHELIN INNEE TUBES. Beginning September 22nd we will have a special tire sale on Firestone Tires and Tubes. The following week United States, the next week Diamond and the next week Penn When in Danville make our Garage your Headquarters, we will gladly take can sylvania. This will give our customers a chance to save quite a bit of money on their winter tires. of all your packages and wraps. SOME OF OUR FEATURES OPEN DAY AND NIGHT, FREE AIR, PROMPT SERVICE REASONABLE PRICES. L. B. Conn. W. O. Flowers. "w BBHfeHBHHBBP9BHPVW pm VALLEY. ej -- a- -- id - m" i Saturday, October 4th, is opening day with all the Merchants and closing day with the Record's Contest. Big Band, and Burgoo. nAiiKsnuitf. HAMILTON Miss Cora Moore of Hickman has been visiting friends here. Misses Rout of Hustonville and Miss Allie Yantis Lancaster have been visiting Miss Mary Chesnut. Mrs Mahan has been sick for the past two weeks. Mrs Wm Blanks who sustained a serious injury from a fall some time ago is improving slowly and can walk about by the aid of crutches. Mrs Jno Bryant has returned from a visit to Mrs Detherage of RichmonJ. The meeting is still in progress at Ori.rrtllShic, e Imperii! Shiog VWoruSWig. il tUi suit this place and the preaching which is done by Kev. iiarnes Louisville is greatly enjoyed by the large crowds who assemble nightly to hear him. Mr Barnes uses the analytical or teaching four designs of Cortright Metal Shingles as shown above are The style in presenting the message and is made in any of the following ways: considered by a few who have expressed and painted Red. e 1. Stamped from them selves the best who has visited and painted Green. e 2. Stamped from our town. To date two addition. g process. and Galvanized by a e 3. Stamped from The supper held at Masons school Galvanized Sheets. d 4. Stamped from special house several evenings ago realized the Shingle is embossed with this P...I, .n A .vpiv ornnW Cortrieht Metal sum of $23. A cake contributed by " Cortright Reg. U. S. Pat. Off." 6 B Trade-marMrs Robt. Clark was raffled off bringing $5. Mr Marsee was the lucky fellow who won the prize. Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street, Miss Kay Jenkins and Jno Gallagher have returned from a trip to Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Pa. Miss Myrtle Beasley was the guest of Miss Stella McQueary last week. Proposition For Two 2 Horse Two I Hoosier Wheat Drills ' Qh Mrs. Lucy Hammaekisited her sister Mrs. Bessie Bentley last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lear was the guest of Mr. John Tankersley and family of Flatwood Sunday. Mr' and Mrs. Steve McQueary of Buckeye is visiting his brother Mr. Wm McQueary and family this week. Dr. R. B. Montgomery of BryanU-vill- e visited friends at Cartersville Saturday. Mr. John Kinnard bought a combined mare from Mr. Kidd of Lowell price Fair Election Turned Down. Lancaster, Ky., Sept 6, 1913 Horse Hoosier Wheat Drills AT A BARGAIN. at .00 each 70.00. Two Steel load of Amerit-Hn Land Rollers and Disk Harrows. Two 3 inch Sludebaker wagons Pursuant to an appeal by the Pro- Moline Wagons, the besl made, 3 inch low wheel, 2inch tire gressive candiatfs for County offices in Beam Vulcan Plows, No 13, $10 each. Just received a car HMflSiUtiiiE Tin-platTin-platTin-plattight-coate- hand-dippin- k. Do You Fear Consumption? No how severe your ly help you; matter how chronic your cough or throat or lung ailment is, Dr. Kings New Discovery will sureit 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 lung troubles. Price 50c and $1.00, Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts &Son. School Supplies We are HEADQUARTERS for School Supplies everything the student needs in text books, tablets, rulers, pencils, straps, etc, etc We cany a well selected assortment of A ANSIS. Miss Fay Tudor was the guest of Miss Self-Filliix7jr ng Fountain Pen the 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 pen is filled! It cleans itself at the same time. A number of styles and sizes. Sallie Beazley Sjnday. Mr and Mrs Chas. Dillon were the guests of Mr and Mrs R. F. Parsons Sunday. Mise Lura Parsons of Richmond Virginia is here visiting her cousin Miss Myrtle Parsons. Mr and MrsJGrover Gastineau visited Mr John Naylor who is very ill at Crab Orchard. Mrs Lillie Dishon of Lancaster was the pleasant guest of her sister Mrs Woods Tudor Sunday. Mrs Mollie Gastineau has been the recent guest of her daughter Mrs Geo. Kincaid. Miss LettieiPayton is visiting Miss Lillie Creech this week. Mr E G. Hammack bought a calf from S L. Baird price unknown. IicRoberts Drug Store. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION Commissioner Sale GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. C. M. C. M. Jenkins' Administrates et E. al, Plaintiffs, Jenkins' Heirs, et al. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Oct 12th, 1913. $1.50 Trip Round 1 .SO Trip Round SPECIAL TRAIN - Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. Defendants. persons, firms and corporations having claims against the estate of C. M. Jenkins, deceased, are notified that I will on October 1, 1913, in my office in the city of Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky, beginning at 10 o'clock A. M. sit for the purpose of hearing proof touching any claim against the said estate and receive any claim desired to be filed against the said estate. All persons or corporations having such claims will present them properly verified according to law. Adjournment will be had from day to day until all such claims are received and filed not later than October 9 1913. Witness my hand this, September 20, AH 1913. 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 $200. November election; realizing how much Mr. J. H. Hamiltan has completed it means to our people to have an electhree tobacco barns this year and is tion at which there are no corrupting rajgf rfHJ ml m A0X0T0M0" now filling his two silos. influences ussd, and also realizing the The Holiness people will pJeach near growth of public sentiment along this line, and ever mindful of the fact that Dripping Springs Sunday Sept. 28. My ... in a government of the people, the unpurchased majority must rule, we IN Strengthen Weak Kidneys. the undersigned do most solemly pledge tsrjsrif . Don't suffer longer with weak kid- to the people of Garrard County and neys. You can get prompt relief by among ourselves that we are unalterbly taking Electric Bitters, that wonder- opposed to the use of any corrupting ful remedy praised by women every- influences whatever and do bind ourI am back home again for you selves to use neither money nor whisky where. Start with a bottle a while, after a seven will soon feel like a new woman with nor will we allow it to be used by another out fear of pain. Mr. John Dowling in any way to secure our election. months tour through the We also further affirm that we have of San Francisco, writes:-"Gratituadvertising and South for the wonderful effect of Electric not in any way used any corruptiog Bitters prompts me to write. It cured influences whereby we have bound any selling my Indian Rememy wife when all else failed." Goodfor person or persons to vote for us or any other candidate atthe coming November the liver as well. Nothing better for dies. My trip was a indigestion or biliousness. Price, 50c, election. .great success, selling Referring to the above agreement and ?1. at It. E. McRoberts & Son. which was drawn and signed by the more medicine,doing more Progressive candidates on Saturday the DAKOTA JACK, liT. 1IEUUON The North Western Cow Boy. they are pledged, we 6th. inst. to which advertising and getting express our great disappointment on better results than ever. I am getting hundreds of letters, with account of the fact that this appeal has Mrs Spted Rains is quite sick testimonials and praises from all over the United States in typhoid fever. been utterly ignored by all of the canregard to my remedies. My remedies are all on sale and Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean are didates of the other parties. very happy over the arrival of a tiny always will be at By their failure to come forward and baby girl which arrived on the 20th agree to stand for clean elections, . Stormes, and R. E. McRoberts Son, christened Mildred. where no corrupting influences shall be Lancaster, Ky. May broke her arm last used, they proclaim to the people of Little Flora Garrard County, that they are in favor week by falling from a high porch. Mr. Thos. Crank who has been very of present conditions now existing within our borders, which all good sick is convalescent. Pursley's Indian Herbs that's making my name famous all people regardless of past party affilia over the United States, for Blood, Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver School Miss Bettie Scott will give a deeply Stomach, nervous and female trouble5!. A 45 days treatment S1.0O. entertainment at Hhe Bourne School tions muststanding,deplore. elections, in this We are Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment for all pain and deafness everyhouse Saturday evening at 7:30 not alone for tlie omces, to whica we price 25 cts per pottle. Dakota Jack's Creme Soap for human body invited. aspire, for if that had have been our skin, shaving, shampooing and bath 3 cakes 25 cts. A suries of meeting conducted by j only motive, we should never have pastor Rev. J. W. Mahan will commence been before you at this time, but we TaJHrtuirgJsi at Mt. Hebron Sunday Sept. 28th. are standing for principles, which even our opponents must acknowledge are i just and right. DCZ3C IL n e again express our aeepesi regrei at the stand taken by those gentlemen, who are asking the good people of this county to elect them to fill the various offices for the next four years. We had a right to have expected better should be "nipped in the things from our opponents, when the bud", fcr if allowed to run very foundations of this Government unchecked, serious results today are being undermined by just may follow. Numerous such conditions as exist in this County. cases of consumption, pneuWe, theref ore appeal to the people of monia, and rher fatal disGarrard County, to show on which side eases, can bs ed back to they stand; whether they are in favor a cold. At the first sign of a of conditians as they now exist, or cold, protect yourself by whether they are in favor of conditions thoroughly cleansing your for which the Progressive party is system with a few doses of contending. Signed: J. b. Holtzclaw candidate for Rep resentative, J. B. Bourne candidate for County Judge R. S. Brdwn candidate for Sheriff. John. M. "Duncan candidate for County J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. (M& yn a a Ijlfgpal To Friends mms&fe 5' Garrard County. to-da- J. 5 Pursley's Indian Herbs ni&'yT''j HijBMMM: 'S Colds Have You Visited The ir-c- fin j! vierK. G. B. Anderson candidate for Jailer. the old, reliable, vegetable 'iver powder. Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, o Madison Heights, Va., says: "I have been using Thed-ford- 's Black-Draught John Green candidate for Assessor. J. C. Cricillis candidate for Magistrate District No, I. R. M. Moss candidate for Magistrate, Parlors IL District No. 2. at the ICE PLANT Open On Sunday :c ???? for stomach troubles, indigestion, and colds, and Find it to be the very best medicine I ever used. It makes an old man feel like a young one." Insist on Thedford's, the original and genuine. 7 E-6- Harrison Ray candidate for Magistrate District No. 3. J. W. Coldiron candidate for Magistrate District No 4. W.H. Brown, Master Commissioner Garrrrd Circuit Court. His Snakeahlp. f, was playCharlie, two and ing In the yard. A Bnake ran across the walk. "O," he called excitedly, "here is nothing with a tall on IL" one-hal- and Every Evening 31 IL IL mczic .' The Central Record, Friday, Sept T9, 1913. AT OUR EXSENbE Page thai & Kentucky Wheat Iriils. HI KNA UNI' A her Mrs. Dollie Cotton of Madison Co., has Deen the guest of Mrs. Cotton Mrs. FJoyd Curtis of Fairviev was the guest of Mr3- - J. S. Gilbert. Miss Lula Crutchfield f Nicholas villa is vi!h Mrs. Hiram U:iy. Mrs Mary Die'.e. in il (hinghtf r. Miss Katie Mn", 1'iof Ufy and E1 ward Dickerson of Richmond weie with friends heie Sunday. Miss Nora Brown of Lancaster, was the week-enguest of Mrs. J. W. Bro'vn. Misses Mary Pruitt, Mary and Ratio Baker of Nina, and Misse.s Meruit" Clouse and Ruth Mo.no of ('y have been guests of Miss Lena E.ist. d TRY SOLACE Miss Flora Ruble is visiting Money Back for any case of Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Sclace Falls To Pity the Unpainted Hoase! WooM chj go out in th;; poi:rir : i:a wearir.-jouLrst ,clothc3 if yon hwl no j.rotect!- sue!, as an umbrella or raimrat? Xcrt if y.. col.J !.c?p i . ; m y. s-- Boyle Co. Godbey of Nicholasville was here Sunday to fill his appointment at brother in Kev. The Kentucky Fluted Force Feed is the strictest sense of the term, and it sows all seeds, from flax to treated The range of quantities wheat, with unvarying accuracy. is very great, and the operator is not obliged to sow a peck or a bushel every time a variation in quantity is desired. In fact, the Kentucky Fluted Force Feed will enable 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. Becker, Ballard & Co. the Methodist church for the first time since conference, hf was nccojnpanitd by Rev. Reagan of Lexington who made an excellent address. Miss Florence Christopher of Burgin spent Sunday with relatives. Mrs. J. W. Scott viiited her sister Mrs. Sue Dickerson and Mrs. Aron Voris of Burgin last week. Mrs. V. C. Ogg is visiting in Berea Miss Elizabeth Christopher of Lexington is the guest of relatives. Mrs. Ed Ballard and children of Stanford have returned to their home after a pleasant visit with friends here. Mr. Tom H. Christopher spent the week's end in Lexington. Mrs. J. K. Daugherty and son J. K. have gone to Lexington, to make their home after several months stay with her father Mr. J. T. Christopher. Messrs Robert Ruble and Wilbur Scott spent Sunday in Louisville. John Ruble of Boyle county spent Sunday with homcfolks. The Buena Vista graded and higli school will open September 29th, with Prof. I. W. Hacker of Richmond as principal Mrs. Hacker and Miss Horn of Harrodsburg as assistants, a large enrollment is expected. Remove. i Rev. H. M. Demoss will preach here next Sunday mornii g and night, his subjects will be Temptations of Jesus and The neglected portion of the great commission. Miss Lillio Pierce has returned to Louisville after a visit to Mrs. Oscar Ray. Rev. J W. B'agle and family of Lancaster, were guffts at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A C. Miles Saturday. The Misses Calico of Mi.dison county are guests of Miss Nettie Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner, Mr. and Mrs. John Turrer of Mj2ic n county s:nd family of and Mr. Kirhy LoyJ were guests of Mrs. Kemp Wal- Tatir ker last week. Miss Bu1p.1i Hendrcn and brother of Madi on Co., were gucts of Mrs. Cec!l Broadus. Mrs. J.Tsp N1J1 0, ipiftp1i Bryantsville, Ky. 1 rJ Don't Let Baby Suffer With Eczema Skin Eruptions. g. hi r has returned hime at Obey That Impulse! The fine joy of Automobile ownership may now be yours for prices are down within the easy reach of untold thousands, who have awaited the coming of the right car at the right price. Model T Runabout . . . $500. Model T Touring Car . . $5S0. Model T Town Car . . $750. with Full Equiptment f o. b. Detroit. R. L. ELKIN, Agent For Garrard Co. REMEMBER We can serve as your Admiuistrator.Guardian.Trustee and save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Stock Certifi- cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. misIS Put vour valuable papers in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK fc OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus Prea't $30,000. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES. Vice R. T. EMBRY, S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Ass't Cashier. J. I,. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Donnj . J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. jrKsrvucrvjarAMi M B. F. HUDSON. President. W. O. P.IGNEY, As3't Cash'r. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Preat. J. Walker, Jr., J. Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. P ORGANIZED 1S83. ! I Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. I This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. Notwithstanding the great improvement in farm implements and methods WJ 83 BS of agriculture in the western hemiSTANFORD. sphere, there are still sections of China In which the piimitive methods of linn Mrs. L. B. Hilton spent Monday with dreds of years ago aie still employed R. II. Batsou. Mrs. In plowing two men with, ropes ovei Miss Minnie Rupley left Monday foi their right shoulders and going tandem G St. Augustine, Fla., to take a positioi haul a very crude affair th.it turns a n5 Sic fB i? wide In plowing an furiow six as teacher in the School for the Deaf. acre they travel fifteen mile. As each Miss Florence Truheart will leave the furrow is opened the seed is scattered, first of October to spend the wintei and the next furrow covers It. 3m with her brother Dr. Truheart at Sterling Kansas. Many a young man makes a lizzie of "ti 11 Ei i"3 f. S! 5w3 h Miss Bettie Paxton will leave in a life because he starts out on the asfew days for an extended visit to her sumption that whatever progress ho may make is largely the result of havaunt Mrs. Dunn, of Louisville. ing a pull" th.it Is. outside assistMr. rnd Mrs. L. E. Carpenter and ance from relatives and friends. The little son Jack of Philadelphia are the best "pull" any young man can have, guests of Mrs. Carpenter's parents, Mr. and the only one that is worth a couti a a fJ and Mrs. J. N. Menefee. neutal In the long run. Is that which Is 5a s s n u. a Mesdames W. C. and Jno II. Shanks the result of his own Industry, sobriety Eventually he s ! 2i o spent several days in Louisville shop- and determination. A la must stand on his own pegs, and the 3 i ping. sooner he realizes this fact the better Mr. T. P. Brown will leave Octob r off he will be. Office Citizens Nations! Bank the first to enter the Louisville School Readers of this department who may of Pharmacy for the coming year. grow ing of alfalfa kSK-Ej'SG- S "TrJFT i Miss Mary Vanoy returned from be interested in the ii to the department of agri l Monday. guest should send Washington for Farmers' Louisville She was the culture at of Mrs. Thomas Shellon while in the Bulletin N'o. 33!. prepared by J. M city. Westgate. The author has spent years Miss Mary Eiijabeth McKinney left In studying the growing of alfalfa in Tuesday for llarcoutt Place, Ohio, every state in the Union, and the bullewhere she will take a post graduate tin referred to gic& the results of his research. The author is a Kansas man course. and had extensive experience in the Miss Lillian Miller has gone to growing of the legume In his uative Morganton, N. C to take a course in state before investigating it in other districts. oral training. BOUREON EEMEDY CO.. Mrs. Win Bruce, of Spring Hil', The luxuriance as well as the hardiLetca, Ky. Tenn., is the guest of her son Rev. P. ness of the common wild sweet clover Knclosed find photo ot Los Shat cra; carol ct L. Bruce. cholera viiui jonr Bojrboa H02 C'noUra Sfc ns It is seeu growing on hard and beat- ciy. This hoj was cln.es t (lead belra usir. . en roadsides and on the thin soils of the mediciio, and tlicc was entirely our-f- .. e 'ij loss of cars, Safest Laxative For Women. railway cuts and river banks would cept Stiles Cwiaii,tall. etc. Tha hojrtc erred He Mr. l!ori.crGri5, Ky. conclusively will bo clad to sivo ycd a test!n:oniI, oadv.o seem to Indicate quite can several more 11 you vraat them. Nearly every woman needs a good that it has a mission ns a crop to grow JENKINSSCELIiTT DRUG CO.. on the rough and less fertile jiortions of hovrlias Green, Ky. laxative. Dr. King's New Life Pills If used as pasture the cattle are good because they are prompt, safe the farm. allowed to graze on It while be should and do not cause pain. Mrs. M. C. It Is tender, while If it Is cut for hay it Sold by HASELDEN BROS. Dunlap of Leadill, Tenn says: "Dr. should be harvested before It gets old Kings New Life Pills helped her troubles and tough. It is a soil loosener and greatly". Get a box today. Price 25c enricher iuid should at least he given a Official Directory Of Garrard County. trial where It Is not possible to grow Recommended by R E McRoberts. Ml lover or alfalfa. Circuit Jndce Jlon. diaries A. Ilardm. s Feature. Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Hinrnet I'nr- The witness testified that he had THROW OUT THE LINE jcar. Circuit CUrL William 15. Mason. been knocked down by a motorcar and that the chauffeur, who was a Give The Kidneys Help And Many Lan- Mster Commissioner W. II. Hrun. ! Trustee Jury Fund Bci.j F. ItoWii-ohad given no warning of Ol'.icial Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby caster People Will Be Happier. his approach. Mnsou. "Throw Out the Life Line" . I Ford. County Judge Count) Attorney J K. Koliinson. Irresistible Attraction. Weak kidneys need help. Briggs "I understand that Bulger They're often overworked don't get County Cleri. J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Hurry Toiullusoii. fell in love with the girl he married the poison filtered out of the blood. .Coroner J. A Jo'ts at first sight." Griggs "Yes; whea Will you help them? Sheriff Ceurce T. llallard. he first saw her she was making a Doan's Kidney .Pills have brought Deputy S! erln C A. Kuliln-nfat tieposit Jn the savings Dank." benefit to thousands of kidney sufferers. Supcrluteiiil.ini of Schools MIs Jennie IIIj:gli s. Read this Lancaster case: Assessor W. S. Carrier. COLLEGE FEMALE MILLERSEURG Mrs. J. W. Pnmphrey, Danville St., Deputy Assessor E IS. Kay. - "I suffered a Jailer Jack Adams. Lancaster Ky., says:MILLERSBURG, KY. great deal from backache and could Supervisor of Uoirt- s- Cleveland Hour ne. It. F. Hndsou. On several occasions Treasurer Home School For Girls. not sleep well. An Attractive MAGISTUATKi. my back became so painful and weak to do my housework. J. P. Bourne 1st. Dist. Pupils are surrounded with an atmos- that I was unable Isou Snd. Dist. phere of culture, wholesome fellowship Being advised to give Doan's Kidney Harrisnu Kay HrJ, Hist. did so, procuring at Fris-bie- 's James Coldliou 4th, Dist. and safe religious environment New Pills a trial, I Drug Store, (now R. E. McRobbuildings combining all modern convenCOUNTY BJAKD OK EDUCATION'. iences. Health record unsurpassed. erts & Son's Drug Store). They helpCronl.y Broai'dus. 1st. Dist. Academic and College Entrance Cours- ed me from the first and I wa3 soon K D McMurtrj II d li.,t. es. Music Department under skilled relieved." O. J. Hendreu. 3rd. Dist. A SECOND STATEMENT. Thomas t. King. 4th. Dist. artists trained in Germany, Lecture When Mrs. Pumpbrey was interview and Concert Course. Domestic Science. CITV OF LANCASTER. Th trrnwiniT nonularitv of the school ed on Feb. 6, 1912, she Mayor II. T. Logan. is evidenced by the fact that a number Kidney Pills are a great medicine. I City Judge E. V. Harris. of pupils were turned away last ses-- 1 They promptly relieved me and I glad-sio- n City Attorney it. Ii;Tomlluson. for the lack of room to accommo-- ! ly confirm what I aaid some years ago City Clrk H. K. llemdon. City Assessor John M. Monut. I recommending them, date them. City Treanrer D. A. Thomas. For sale by all dealers Price 50 cts. Expenses for board, tuition, etc. I'ollce I.. E. Herrou. Co., Buffalo, N. Y., IChfet lower than other schools of like grade. Foster-Miibur- n COUNC1LMEN. Send for catalog and engage a room sole agents for the United States. II. C Ilatrhtca. Gregory. B F. Walter. Remember the name Doan's and . Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. early. Wm. Hertdon. Q S Greenleaf. Millersburg, Ky. take no other. Babies need a perfect Skin eruptions cause them not only intense suffering, tut hinder their growth. OINTDR. HOBSON'S ECZEMA MENT can be relied on for relief anc permanent cure of suffering babiof whose skin eruptions have made theii life miserable. "Our baby was afflicte( with breaking out of the skin all ovei the face and scalp. Doctors and skit, specialists failed to help. We tri d Dr Hob3on's Eczema Ointment and wen overjoyed to see baby completely curec before one box was used" writes Mrs. All drugStrubler, Dubuque, Iowa. gists, or by mail, 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Company, St Louis, Mo., Philadelphia, Pa. !a.iV aftt--r to her a visit to Mr3. G. M. Hendreu. Miss Dorthy Whitt.iker is the guest of her cousin Mi3 Liaibara Gulley .si A large number of Iiiount.il weeds of which the burdock and d.uidellon are representative may be easily exterminated by hoeing up the plants that are In their first year and by cutting plants of the second year's growth just below the heart. The directions given are not effective in killing perennial plants, . such as the nettle and which not only multiply by seeding, bnt by means of underground root stalks. quac-kgrass- SOLACE REMEDY is a rcccntimdi cal discovery of threo German Scientists thai dissolve? Uric? Acid Crystals and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to take, and will not affect the weakest stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Law to be absolutely free from opiates or harmful dtugs of any description SOLACE is a pure specific in every way, and has been proven beyond question to be the surest and quickest remedy for Uric Acid Troubles known to medical science, no matter how long standing. It reaches and removes the root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek are the Sole U. S. Agents and have thousands of voluntary testimonial let ters which have been received from grateful people SOLACE has restored to health. Testimonial letteis, literature and t KEE BOX sent upon request. R. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank of Cliico, Texas, wrote the Solace Company as follows: want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose $1. This remedy has been used by some friends of mine here and I must say its action was wonderful. (Signed) It. L Morris. Put up in 23c, 50c and 1. boxes. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY TAKING SOLACE. "No Special Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUS1 SOLACE ALONE does the work. Write today for the free box, etc. SOLACE REMEDY CO.. Battic Creek Mich. tk W i&g fig&gmtoga U4& Y.: th- t.-.- c - i '.aKj rh'joii actcite nmtmi-s1'c lS.:C...j :..c:tuI in j t: Loc fa t: ptr.r:c it vill z- -.l J ;.. j expo, c csnB-r- c taaierfc! : -- " ,SHS ZS Zx-- V8& .! :. . u"J Lc n:! you vrou! l. ' .! L z; t l. tr I Chben : j '.; z; : . nc dot!--. 4 .czs W. " s t! e a, !f u kr..--j ? TPJIK ;! v . x mm' &$M&& Ta ca- Durante.? c.vska tlecr in you keen rst tin? bra:lof deca.t. I'ahit saadt: willi j awav 5g Plioenix White Lead (Dutch Bov Paint r Tiatfe .Marfcj aiul Pure Linseed Oil. vrill keep awaj (fempn Wo sell it. atut and prcvnt decay, Come in aad iiavs a ta& w'th us paintiI5. tLG.&J E.SIorme? t? 'I 0&?MJ$&& 81 stt&G2&&&.&&&fK R Bl s" ft II 3 r3 n W fV'ua. i i-- O li m PA M ""ST Si i iu it Lancaster has one of the 1 BEST EQUIPPED B I uJ g ; u h t Zi 11 1 '"v sr 1 ( 3 :- J Si m fir W 1$ BottJinff Works I -' T. BS L i "d South of the Ohio River. ail of the water boulctl by our plant is tiistilletl first, tiJtrcfcte it is afc?'ilii(ely li'.ire. Your W W lha' b TilliPPfl tTl'at Against pi w I 5 in:-lie- s TfflB ft f with i I $ all of our lrii:ks s re nottletl in clear bottles. we has one of ll e ir.cst ccirplcte eikI miglu also add the most expensue was hipg rut fits it is jossiLle to obttiin. We do not use brot.it ottles fci the reason that it is a self evident fact that it is easier to delect any din or other matter ir a clear bottle than a brown one. We botlie in clear bottles from distilled Aater. Mint Cola, Giner Ale. Ciunj-'eLcn cn, Straulerry and the other flavors. Come in and see us at our plant cud see how thse drinks are put up. Ail. Lr Mint Cola a:-- (iher drinks bottled by us and tee th.u the name is on the boitie and crown. 1 , , t 3 . rC lj RSint-rn- ia xnifnry Rntfiinor Pn. I $' It v IWmb TgSAfC :u Mirvs iw jw ,9X7 juSifl. r . a r jjygy i . SI3S35SEr2S IL.ii i 1l fVT?vaE5cxsN k ?1 f vS? aiaan j?0i lufauts and riii'.iren. s?z ga s m B a na -- ?&. a r X fc: 51 rt t Svi 3 te v i . 2k a vt ?- d p4 1 K"" If iri IS E.' 5c a ir---i. -- -- -- c t Jrm. 3 1'hit -- .. ., - izzzs i...; SB- - Tor c. .i i Olio -- frLRVSk, f fff . M ir; bsfi-Ri vi... i.. r! . lie Kind oy Havo Always Boughi Bears the 0 ' Siojiatoe SrcRioJcjLL-csfcafL-Kfj- - uii jw &m J?Soii :. st prK'.. '!?srCfin!5!iiS5&tr Opiuntilarbas ncrfacsl of b'W j T? Z..X1- - terztStfJ- - ft Hv- - S. An?r:rtr'?m('lvrnTCcrsnril 4ir,Vi S jj k in Joy-Rid- 'JmrrCir.ror'i.nLnltSai '"ioZ.Jj ncssaKlLossorSLEEP. joy-ride- r, n. Y For Over HxtAtt The Centaur Cojipaxct, NEV YOHlv hlrty Years I H RtW 111 n. Bl320 Guarintcetl uncicr ihc i "M m fe YOB C 2 Exact Copy of Wrapper. KiE3ZS4ag2SS THE CCNTAUH COMPANT. TV. so h 5 GOD'S MEDiCINES ...,.J&Ggjk. CnAELIEWHlIE-fiOOThs said:-"Doan- ;s I afa N Cuskj Eaiiust onic'NAron or CiiHEKMi IH5IM accordirfB1 to tho Original & Fonrwlas & Slocipes of Charlio The Herbalist, for tio treatment of human, a'lments. Endorsed in tho Bible. the Thousands of Testimonials. GCIEKCi: SQE, for tho HuGreat or write man Skin Only. Ask your Compounded Sx-clusi- wliitc-Moo- n, Cov-bo- y COH-CZIi-SA- B, Body-Ton- ic drug-gist- , Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N EU'tOiES & science $ope Vest Broadway Louisville, Kentucky ; vJ i- - i-- age 6 NO Fair-N- The Central Record, Friday, Sept 26, 1913. o Lancaster Sept, Ed,tor Record: It is to say the least of it humilatingi few things Please tell tIiinahlG to see the name of a I concerning our friends a Pacificcoast I our trip to the county exhibitor, either lucky Garrard or unlucky, amontr the list of entries at! We can only hit the high places, as an the State Fair. This is due chiefly to attempt to go into detail would the fact that we failed to have a fair only bewilder. One must see that at home this year, an consequently our great country, with its wonderful repeople failed so have anything in con- sources, its beautiful cities and its dition to show either at Louisville. wonderful, sublime scenery to realize Most assuredly t was not due to the its marvelous growth and its possibilities. Of the 13 states in Incorporated fact that we have no stock capable of Right. competing successfully with our neigh- which we traveled, Illinois, Indiania, Prices Good Service. JFormal bors, for theie is no better stock of Wisconsin, Minnesota and North Dako Phone 354-most liberally to the any description, horses, mules, hogs, ta contribute Lancaster, - - Kentucky. sheep or what not raised in any county bread basket of the world, in corn and This wheat. Washington yields 50 to 60 in the state than in old Garrard. is indeed a humiliating lesson and one bushels of wheat and, in some sections Afm D. which we hope will never have to be 100 busheb of oats per acre, but, hav(Will d Cascade and Olj m- taught us again, that no fair in Garrard ing the means a falling off in the condition and pic mountains, the nights are too Residence Phone 27 quality of the stock of the county. coolfor an abundant production of corn. Office Phone 3. When our annual fair in Lancaster is a Seattle, the metropolis of Washington, Office at Kainey s Livery Stable. certainty, our farmtrs usually have was our objective point, on account of I,ANCASTKR. KV. -- -- Kentucky some animal about their places which the dear relatives who reside there and Lancaster. they deem worthy of preparation for who did so much to make our visit the exhibition, and they give that animal a most enjoyable one during life. The little extra attention; the knowledge ties there and here are both strong, HOURS-- 10 A. M. TO 1 0 P. M. that we are to have a fair stimulates to but the trite saying, "you can not to be elected right, get If you want giving better care to all of our stock. transplant an old tree", is true in this To View the Largest and most Comprehensive Collection of DiaSHAVED RIGHT and better care means better frtjck and case. We prefer our conservstfc e enmonds, Precious Stones, Jewelry and Silvenaies Ever Displayed Do You Own a you will be right if you go to the stock means better prices, and vironments rather than the rushing ami better in Louisville. The Products of This and European Countries. right shop c .i Richmond street. better prices me.ins better satisfied whiilwind methods which prevail there Established 1828. farmers, and what better argument and which yield great results for the Send For Catalogue. The Old Reliable Barber. Pure Bred Boar? could you wish in favor of a Garrard young and active. HENRV DUNCAN i ne spirit anu growth ot Seattle is county fair. If not, why not? Try one of my This is but one of many equally as phenominal. It is a young city and Durocs and watch your profits grow potent reasons why we should hold an contains 300,000 souls. It is supported by fruit, lumber, 'My spring pigs are by Sires of annual exhibition in the county, which kan and oriential fisheries, the AlasI trade. Peaches weigh we attempt to set forth at this should Grand Champions and out of sows time, would occupy more time and space 12 ounce?, and other fruits in proporSuffice is to tion. Trees grow from five to eight of royal breeding Also have a few than we have to spare. say that we need the fair, and we must feet in diameter. One man built a bred gilts for sale. Entire herd im room on a stump, where he lives and have it, and we hope before the coming mumed against cholera. of another season to see a fair associa- - cultivates his ranch. A man sells goods J?. T. Morrow, Graduate Opticiaz. organized, grounds either purchas in a log, it having been excavated, Glas-e- Ittcd SitltfiiCtlou Guaranteed Prices low, quality high. Satis- with two windows and doors. It is ed or leased for a term of years, and faction guaranteed. Call and see preparations made for the holding of an not unusuail for a ship to come in with 100,000 pounds of fish. There are my herd. Phone 363-B- . exhibition annually. more beautiful parks than any city I NERYES have seen. The streets and bouleNEURITIS FOLLOWS CRIPPLED vards are perfect, being made of as Physician and Surgeon. Painful Effects Of Chronic Rheumatism phalt, some running several rri'es from the city to parks, The Nolands LANCASTER, KY. Quickly Routed by Rheuma. Lancaster, Ky. took us over one of these roads to a Residence Phone 220 Office Phone 6. nerves are all crippled from chicken ranch, of 20 acres, where we It your attacks of Rheumatism, Neuritis can saw 3,000 white leghorns. There are Office over easily get a strong hold on the nerves. 25,000 automobiles in the State, the Office Hours This most painful disease is one of the Ford being in the majority. A.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4 Stormea' Drug Store the buildings are beautiful and athardest known to expel, but RHEUMA -a- ndThis tractive, some business houses having can reach it if given a chance. IB- from 30 to 42 stories. The temperatestimony is positive proof. DENTIST. "Last march I was so crippled with ture is ideal, averaging about 64 de Neuritis- in left limb I could walk grees, the summers are cool, and the Phone 65. irr, Ky scarcely at all. Tried all remedies I mercury seldom drops to freezing. for all occasions furnished by heard of and had two physicians. Noth- The school system is the best in the ing did me any good until I ured nation, the per cent of illiteracy being RHEUMA; also used ENGLISH MAR-HU- E less than in any city in the natior. AUGUST R. BANNER worth Over 27,000 children entered the schools and NERVALINE-?2.- 00 of Seattle on September first, one your medicines surely cured me of Local Agent thousand teachers attended the instiMrs. C. E. Haves, Russell, Ky. Sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son at tute for the county in which the city Kentucky Lick, is located, in August. 50 cts. a bottle. Seattle is the gateway to Alaska; the nearest American port on the Lancaster, Ky. UKYANT8V1LLE ranama ianai route to the orient; is Office Hours now spending twenty million dollars All Orders Appreciated. Phone 53 Mrs. W. J. Hogan is in Stanford, for additional terminal facilities; it is the guest of relatives. M. K. tony ana . A. Wheeler the port for over sixty different steam, PAINT IjIUK. Mrs. T. L. Mudd of Kansas City is ship lines, and the Pacific Coast terDoctors Of Dental Surgery. visiting Mr. Henry Tomlinson and minal for eight transcontinuntal railMrs. Sallie McCormack of Lancaster family. Oflice: tormei BnildiiiKOvei Hurt A Andcr roads. It will have a million of peosou's Furulture Mure. has been the guest of relatives and Miss Mary Nell Farlee was the week ple, or more We sailed in a steamer, KENTUCKY friends here. LANCASTER, end guest of Miss Helen Robinson at on Puget Sound to Bremerton to see Mrs. William Fitzpatrick returned Lancaster. the U. S. Navy yards, where we saw home last week after several months Mrs. Mike Smith and children of several large battle ships. visit to her daughter Mrs. Levis Guyn Tlie university of Washington is in Fort Smith, Ark., after spending sevin. Canada. eral weeks with relatives at London, Seattle, and costly school buildings Mr. and Mrs. Walker Guyn and Mr. came Saturday to continue her visit to and churches are scattered all over the Robert Guyn attended State Fair last her father, Mr. James B. Leavell and city. The people are Parents from out of town will be shown Boys' and Children's Clothing en and week at Louisville, and were guests Miss Lillian Leavell. the citizenship is high class. The living Models. of relatives. SeveraJ from here attended Coburn's laws are rigid, and are generally enMiss Lucy Adams of Winchester is a minstrel at Lancaster Friday night. forced. For instance, a barber is guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. Mr J. C. Williams made a short vis- fined 50 for shaving a man on Sunday. C. Rucker. Yelit to Louisville last week on business. I sent you a brief sketch from myslowstone Park, the wonders and Prof. W. L. Waterbury who has acMrs. J. W. Bryant has been visiting cepted a position as principal at the teries of which eclipse anything we her sister Mrs. Sam Deatherage at have seen. We wish that all our school at Union Ky., is here for a few Richmond. friends could see it. The weather was days after spending his vacation in Mrs. Belle Scott of Lancaster spent cool while we were there and we were Crnada, Washington and several other with Mrs. Hannah not annoyed by musquitoes, though we the week-en- d places of interest. Sweeny. were told by our coach driver that a Mrs. Ellen Wilson and sons visited The announcement of the engage- mMi had a cow with a bell to tell her her parents Dr. and Mrs. N. Mays ment of Miss Lillie Leavell to Dr. whereabouts. She and her calf straySaturday night and Sunday. Thomas Wesley Stallingo of Cincinna- - ed from the premises. After a search Miss Stella McWhorter will give a Lexington Herald the owner found that the musquitoes i ti was made in the picnic to her Sunday School class-- next of Sunday. The date for the wedding had eaten the cow and were ringing Saturday. being October 15th. Miss Leavell is one the bell for the calf. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and of Garrard's most talented and attracThanking our son for making the NINA. Garden. tive girls and the news of her trip possible, and thanking you in ad V.M w Gcw H.taer marriage will be received vance for publishing this imperfect fMII'liM Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. We are glad to know that Mr. R. W. 'w;th much interest by her many friends and hunelly written sketch, I am, Sanders who was injured by falling1 throughout Central Kentucky. Yours truly, 2t ' from the train several days ago is im- mat W M. D. Hughes. Dr. E. H. Pearce of Danville, has proving. been returned to the pastorate of the Sheetings."" Drills Brown & Sons. The nice rains we have had has put rIUtfcV MO l.hCOtKr tC Mam. 4 MIW MOLkAMO.04 Methodist church here for another e the farmers to work getting ready to year and will conduct the regular 6paiinburg,3.0.Uay 10tb,19I3 sow their small grain. the first Sunday night in October. Lexington, Kentucky. rt Co. J Pacolet Mfg. Co.. of Spartanburg, S. C. Louisville, Ej. Mr. R. W. Sanders our clever merTHE large paint-user- s Mr. Raymond King bf Cement Cal, and are very careful FOR THE HAIR Qentlesem chant has on a nice lot of fall and win- was here last week for a short stay in selecting the best paint money can buy. If your hair is too dry brittle color? ter goods call and see them before with friends. In order to determine which paint would stand After eocplatlng ov village at How Holland, less thin stringy or falling out use Oa., we experimented with sene half dozen various brands buying the test of time, they painted some sixty houses Mr. Claude Prewitt. the manager of Parisian Sage now at once. of paint by dividing our Tillage up Into eootlons ef Miss Cora Ross has returned from the New Bryantsville Telephone Co., ten house e each and painting each ten with a different for an eight-yea- r endurance test, using the It stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair, brand. I leading brands. Read thisletter.itprovesthat Cincinnati. has heen vcrv busv tliis week cennect- - of dust and excessive oils, removes dandmakes the On cne eeotlon of ten houses we used Lead ELASTIC PAINT stood the test that fells. Miss Nettie Hunter was the guest of ing the wires and getting in the new ruff with one application, and Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. and Oil, the other five eeotlons we used paints costly hair doubly beautiful soft fluffy . used In this sectlon.and oonsldered to be the leading Miss Viola Creech Sunday and attend- - , switchboard. Try a 50c. bottle abundant brands. Profit by the Experience of People Who Know! Arrive. ed Sunday School at Freedom Sunday Miss Eliza Ison and Mrs. J. C. WilIt will not only save your hair and make No 10; 5:00 a. m. After eleHt years we find that the ten cotyou aesire. afternoon. liams are at home from a visit to it grow, but give it tne Deaury tages covered with '1IAS7IO PAIBX ore In tetter condDon't experiment with unknown Paint you To Maysville, connecting at Richmond ition and stood the test better than any of the others. R. E. McRoberts & Son. Mrs. Morris Ross is visiting her bomerset where they attended con- even Including Lead and pil. Will say further that the don't have to Mastic Paint is a certainty, with L &. N to Frankfort & Louisville; niece at Richmond, Mrs. W. D. Jones, ference. houses were all of the sane arjhlteoture.weatherbcarded and has been the standard of excellence for C & O to Lexingwith ltng leaf yellow pine of the saas grade, having at Winchester with Miss Nettie Hunter is spending two saae exposure to the suni that Is, none of then wars over forty years. ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & partially protected by shade trees, but fully exposed. weeks with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Watto Cincinnati. Ashland, at Paris We are well pleased with the results of tha Mastic Paint never varies in quality, it always son. No 71; 8:35 a. m. lUSTIO PAIST" and can heartily rooonaecd sase,to any assures the best possible results. It is guarRev. Morgin filled his appointment one who Is a buyer. Rowland & Stanford connecting To anteed for Absolute Purity by its makers. Bethel Sunday and Sunday night. at Rowland, L & N to all points South. at Tours truly, Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt Co., of Louisville, Ky., and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whittaker No 28; 11:04 a. m. PAOOLET UA5CFACTURXIO CO. we can recommend it highly to our customers. To Richmond, connecting with L & spent Saturday night and Sunday with Ask for beautifully illustrated bctok N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington her father Mr. Sutton. "Homes and How To Paint Them. abo Miss Annie Mae Prewitt is visiting & Cincinnati, Middleeboro & Knoxville, color card showing 45 color coaxSinations. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. her grand-parent- s No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast Watson. Mr. Henderson Whitaker of Madison train to Cincinnati. 8 and 10 foot lergths at $14.00 per 1000 feet county was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. No 27; 2:09 p. m. 12 and 16 foot lengths at $15.00 per 1000 feet at Lebanon R. W. Sanders Saturday night and To Louisville,-.connectinJunction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Sunday. Sheeting all Jengths at $13.00 per 1000 feet and at Bardstown Junction to Harris Wheeler has returned Green, Mrs. Lancaster, Kentucky. Bardstown & Springfield. home from Richmond where she has taking treatments for neuralgia been No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast and we are glad to know that' she is Crab Orchard; Kentucky. I very much better. train to Bristol & Atlanta. Stock. 3. CARDS. 9eaocrz)" K. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director g yas. Jf. emon cc Announce the Dr. Pryorf pening. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. and Embalmer snow-cappe- of their large store in it's new location. Seelbach jtfotel ffiutlding. uin invitation is Cordially extended joit ANDIDATES Mr. Farmer Oct. 2, 3, 4 tn We Announce a Special Showing of L m. B. F. Robinson, Out Flowers IT. "Walteb Jn. Floral Designs Furnishings, Hats, Shoes, Etc., for H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, Men, Young Men and Boys Paint Glass B. Carrier during Fall Fashion Week in Lexington g Sept 29, to Oct. 4th. GRAVES, COM & COMPANY. aawKHiisaiBSgaaaagig TREES Make our store your headquarters, check your parcels all this with our compliments. g Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES, I Shrubs, Asparagus, es Phlox. Etc. Rhubarb.Peonies. Ros .... .. H.F.Hillenmeyer ..i An EightYear Competitive Test IVlndllv riiirii Mo'GO-OPeaslee-Oaulbe- ser-yic- mm sage Won out over all other Paint in Longest Endurance else-wher- e. L. &N. Closing Out 100,000 Feet of High Grade Pine Lumber at a' Cut Price for 30 days. FREE g R. E. McRoberts & Son. J. S. DUKE, W r The Cfirwal Haaordf Friday, ept III "w i28f I 18, . o S-:-- S rA .S3SS53ss I!! it. : i etyrr. OllA3fCE To Make Your Figure Correct. JL Lih ' Co-- '0! U' li) i r. :) K' .trv.-,-,- .1 l - WmNY I I iU i I 'f li III! J 17 J We will have with us Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week, Miss Annette Tush, an expert corsetiere from the We H. W. Gossard J3o., who will give an opening and have on display all the newest models in 'the front lace corset. cordially invite all to give her a chance to explain the merits and advantages of The Gossard Corset. A perfectly fitting Corset is the first and last word toward a correctly fitting dress. (J . ri 0 THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. See our Ready To Wear Department Now. The Leaders. -- li HI - I fi) i H I i i i z--z amm COME TO THE BIG OPENING OCTOBER 4th. here for a visit to Mesdames J. A. Royston and Ed C. Gaines. Mr. and Mr3. S. C. Denny were in Louisville last week for a meeting of the Banker's Association. . Col. W. S. Ferguson came down from A Brief Mention of the Coming! and his home in Covington last Friday for :i Goinei Lv Those Wt Are Interested In. few days stay on his farm. ZMR3mniMM9MMtMHK3XBKKS83 Miss Lily DaleGrant is at home from an enjoyable visit to relatives in NorMr. W. 0. Walker of Stanford was folk, Va , and Washington D. C. here court day. Mr. A. F. Sinders and children have Mr. Joe Burnside was in Danville for been in Richmond to see Mrs. Sanders a visit of several days. who is ill in one of the hospitals. Miss Sarah Daniels is at home from a Mrs. C R. Davis of Chattanooga, visit to friends in Paris. arrived Thursday for a short visit to Mrs. Kidd of Liberty is visiting her her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Joseph. nrece Mrs. Carlton Elkin. Mr. Skinner and Miss Mary I , We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Phone 27. 31 IC 31 IE HE Our Millinery ON Opening Saturday, Sept. 27th display the latest creations for Fall and Winter. will R. S. BROWN. 3C DC 8 mzmEZjpnmm How Can n0ffle BE HAPPY when the food is not of the best. Try a sack of White Swan Flour and know the joy of eating fine bread, biscuits, cake etc. If all your other food is as good as that baked from 8 S r I I I :. ft TOT you certainly are to be envied. sure it is White Swan. S I 1 WHITE SWAN FLOUR Order a sack today and be i i 1 .s 3 Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills The Point Is Jast 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. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. 0S0iA'i -- Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie was hostess for house was artistically decorated with Mrs. J. S. Pollard of Alexandria Ind. and Mrs. P. G. Gooch and daughter of a six oclock dinner the honoree being pa.ms and cut flu. vers and a deliciom Paint Lick are guest of their mother Mrs. G. C. Farris of Denver Colorado. luncheon was served. Mrs. Harriet Cummins of Bee Lick Ky. The following inc'uded the invitation-list- , Rev. and Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith, We can save jour money on coal if Dr. S. P. Grant, and Mrs. Grant of n Danville and little Miss Misses Martha and Helen Gill, I)r and bought now. Don't wait. Our sti.c(s Mrs. W. M. Elliott. of Kje Wheat ami Timothy sen! is alFrances Blayney. Mace Blayney of St. Mr. James Bryant Leavell announces ways complete. Let us nhow ou. Louis wer guests Saturday and Sunday Hudson & Hughes. the engagement of his (laughter Miss Phone 20. of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price. Lillie Buchanan Leavell to Dr. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Pool Perkins arrived Living Children models will be- uel The by Graves, Cox & Co. Saturday night from their eastern Wesley Stalling of Cincinnati. Lexington Ky. The during Fall bridal tour and'are for the present with marriage will occur October 15. Fashion Week to dis,st bride-eleis quite attractive being a the brides parenU Mr. and Mrs. Allison talented musician while the prospective their handsome lines of IJoy's aixl F. Sanders on Danville street. groom is a prominent physician in the Children's Suits. Overcoats etc. This: is an unusual event and promises to Ihj Mr. and Mrs. John Sinclair of King- Queen City. one of the big "hits" of the FashioH ston Mo. are visiting Mr. and Mis. Mr. Harvey M. Estes vs3 married in Week. Noah Spainhower at Point Leavell Mrs. Georgetown on Wednesday to Miss Mr. Joseph D. Pcpe To Co To New Sinclair will be remembered as Miss Mollie Spainhower. once a Gairaid Alice Hamilton of that city. Mr. Estes Albert Mexce. is a son of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Estes of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Goodloe were in Skinner of Bucna Vista were with Mr. county teacher. this city and is the editor of the Baptist ! Mr. Joseph D Pope, th? will known Louisville for the State fair. A. H. Bastin and family Monday. Reporter of Georgetown. TleRecoid1 stockman and farmer wil leave beMILLINERY OPENING. Miss Collie Coy of Madison is here joins the great number of Garrard tween the 1st and 10th, of October for Mr. Dan Collier Elkin returned to My millinery opening for county friends in tendering congratula- Deming New Mexi;o He has rentnl visiting Miss Lillian Cochran. New Haven. Conn., where he will continue his work in Yale University. fall and winter hats, on tions to the happy couple. his farm, will take his family with hint Miss Nannie 6. Herring has been Mr. Pope feels with Mrs. Duncan in Stanford. Smith and children Saturday, Sept. Mrs. J. Rockwell Mrs. Mattie Duncan gave an elegant for an indefinite stay. 27th. will that the cor.cition of his health deare in Danville visiting Mrs. Smith's Miss Neala Montgomery is in Nicholas-vill- e reception at her home on Lexington mands a change. He will not sever te be the latest and most parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox. visiting Mrs. Charles Clubb. Avenue Wednesday September of. w wi'h the in style and fashion. The honor guests were Mesdames C. C. his c nneclion interests in people Garrard old dispose of his Messrs S. G. Anderson and W. H. Miss Nora Brown is at Buckeye for a Brown, two popular stockmen weie You are most cordially in Brown Louisville, G. C. Faris Denver pe manently, and his many friir.ds : re visit to Mr. and Mrs. John Brown. R. Smith Lanca3 hoping that within a verv 'hort time visitors to the State Fair last week. vited to call and inspect Colorado, and Mrs. J. from 4 tolo 1 h 1 e maj fully regain Ins hea'th and Miss Taletha Bell of Lincoln has been ter. The hiurs were ab'e to return to the land of his birlh. Lillard Miles has returned to Louisvisiting Miss Mary Bell of Paint Lic!c. same. ville after a visit with his parents Mr. Mr. Jesse Lawrence has accepted a and Mrs. A. C. Miles it Lower Garrard. Mrs Ada Kinnaird, 1G Ul 3E3E DEI C 5SE position in Danville at Conn's garage. Miss Julia Reid is in Louisville visitDanville, St. Mrs. W. A. Speith has returned from ing Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pilcher and Friends here regret to learn of the a weeks visit to relatives in Louisville. took in fashion week while in the city. extreme illness of Mis3 Clara Cooperof 1 Miss Pauline Hocker of Stanford is Mrs. Eliza Angle and little daughter, Stanford. She is ill of typhoid fever at the guest of her aunt Mrs. Mattie Dun- Martha, are visiting their daughter a hospital in Dest Oakland, Ca. Miss can. Mrs. Loratta Tailor, of Hyattsville, Copper has frequently visittd Miss Angie Kinnaird. Mrs. Cormie Clay of Richmond is Ky. are invited to inspect our first visiting her niece Mrs. George D. RobinMrs. L. J. Sanford has returned from Mrs. R. A. Campbell after spending showing of the season's latest son. Richmond where she has been under three months in the citv visiting Mr. UJ W. Smith was in Cincinnati medical treatment in the Gibson hos- John Johnson's family, left Monday for James Louisville. From Louisville Mrs. Camplast week laying in a supply of winter pital. goods. 1 Mrs. Henry Simpson entertained at a bell will go to Canada where she will join her husband. Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard is inNicholas-vill- e well appointed course dinner the honor visiting her mother Nrs. E. L. guest being Mrs. B. D. Herndon- of Kentucky women who now reside in styles, on SATURDAY, Sept 27th. Danville. Elder. the far West are creditably serving in political elections. Mrs. Ernest Rrnwn Misses Annie Margaret Elkin and Mr. L. J. Sanford has been in Richmond with his daughter Mrs. Maurice Kathleen"Walter have returned from a (formerly Miss Mary Thompson of this visit to Miss Delia Maud Robson in city) was one of the clerks in th r, Ashley. cent general election held in San Diego Louisville. Miss Carrie Reid is making a pleasCalifornia. 1 DEJG 3XE Hl Miss Lydia Elmore went to Indian ant office girl in Dr. J. A. Amond's apolis Thursday, where she has accept office." ed a position in the D and D school at Mrs. Lester Hilton of Stanford has that place. rfsrajpH (MriiiMfMlfeSMiJrllMtliFii MnlP i rUrEfUS: iMrMfrIPTil been the recent guest of Mrs. R. H. Claud G. Wherritt of New Orleans Batson. r La. is home for his vacation and a visit Mrs. Louis Brown, of Greendale, is to his parents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas visiting relatives and friends in the Wherritt. county. Miss Annie Austin has moved her Mrs. Bowling of East Burnstadt is office to R. S. Brown's store and will visiting her daughter Mrs. W. S. be pleased to see her friends at her Carrier. new quarters. Miss Lynn Nave of Shelby City is the , exMiss Edna Kavanaugh left this week guest of her sistpr Mrs. Webb Kelly in .for St. Augustine Florida, where she " the county. has accepted a good poeition in a D. Miss Mary Reid has returned from a and D. Institute. two weeks stay at the Danville BusiMessrs. Virley Clarke and Oscar ness College. Farmer of.Lawrenceburg, Ind., were Mr. and Mrs. Crittenden Pepper of guests of Mr. J. Sterling Herron the Lexington are guests of Mr. and Mrs. first of the week. A, H. Bastin. Mr. and Mrs. Wra Collier and little Mrs. C. C. Brown of Louisville came daughter Mary Johnston Collier of FOR Wednesday and is the guest of Mrs. Bell JellicoJy., are guests of Mr. and Mattie Duncan. . Mrs. James B, Collier. Mrs. John Woods and children of LexMisses Angie Kinnaird and Margaret ington are with Mrs. Wood's father Morrow left Monday for Indianapolis Mr. T. D. Chestnut. where they will continue their work in Mrs. Ellen Tevis has returned to her the D and D school. home in Oklahoma after a protracted Miss Jennie Dickerson who is teachstay with relatives. ing at Antioch had to close her school 4. Mrs. William Dickerson has returned on accounfof illness and has gone to from Somerset'where she attended the her home in Richmond. Methodist conference. Miss Martha Tinder entertained the Mrs. George R. Harden of Bellvue Junior Christian Endeavor Society at j guest of Mrs. Emma her home on Stanford street. Inviting was the week-en- d P. Grant and daughters. Ejj refreshments were served. Mr A. W. Kavanaugh has returned Mr. S. H.Estes and daughter Lillie ? from Lexington .where he has been and Miss Sallie Adams of Junction City under medical treatment. Footwear-Foattended the Hamilton Estes wedding Acton of in Georgetown Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe E?I Shepherdsville are the guest of Dr. J. DiST:CTI9wmu rj SamHel H. Hart a prosperous merM. Acton and Mrs. Acton. chant of Whitesburg has purchased a ii The women of the W. C. T. U. have farm near Paint Lick for ?14,000 Mr. taken rooms with Mrs. Davis Prather Hart will move to this county at once. at the former Grant home. Mesdames Elizabeth Simmonr, Ida Mrs. Sarah McCormack is in faint Pogue, P. S. Turley and Cecil and DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Lick visiting Mr. and Mrs. lanes Robert Simmons motored from RichWoods and other relatives. mond Tuesday and are the guests of Mr. K. M. Robinson of Danville is Mrs. J, S. Johnson, Sr. fGossip About People vvv grand-childre- up-to-da- 1 9-19- -2t if F A Yon 91 L Millivierv - L c7l4iss Rella Arnold s 3 In S jpL "rJs fgjaj WELSH & WISEMAN CO. Invite the attendance Lncister and Garrard county to their hi bits of of the Ladies' of - I g Correct Fashions THE PALL & WINTEE lol3-!- . Season Tailored Suits, Coats, Dresses, Blouses, Waists, Skirts, Novelty Neckwear, Dress Accessories, Dress Goods, Silks and Fine r Ladies', Misses' and Juniors, p I WELSH & WISEHAN CO., gflgpifllrllrglBirSIlf . i j.- - rage 8 r - The Central Recorcf, Kriday, Sept 2d, 1913, .... .. ' CONTEST (Cohlnued frorn page 1) and so that it cannot be opened until the judges are ready, after the contest closes, to make the count and decide the winners. It can readily be seen that no person is in a position to furnish anyone with tips which would give her an advantage over the other candidates. The entire aim of the manngement of the Ontral Record and the contest department is to safeguard the interests bf all candidates so that there will be absolutely no possibility of anything but a square deal to all. It is the contestants who put forth the most active efforts from now until the close that will have the best chance. WARNING. The Contest Manager issues a "Warning that no checks will be accepted on Oct. J, 2, 3. and 4 the If last four days of the contest. you take checks for subscriptions have them made payable to your self and convert into cash before making final settlement. CLOSES 2 P. M. OCT. 4TH. The Central Record's Great Prize Campaign which has been the talk of this part of Kentucky for the past tew weeks, will come to a close promptly at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Oct. 4th. Those depending on the mails to send in the votes and subscriptions should mail them so they will be sure to reach the Record office before the closing hour. Don't take any chances on not getting them here in time for Jf they fail to do so you might lose a prize. Pick up all jour subscriptions and reserve votes and send them to the contest department so that they will reach us before the closing hour. By reserve votes we mean the white ballots which have been given or sent back to you when you turned in susbcriptions. Send all of these ballots that you have in reserve back to the contest department so they will reach us the closing day. Seal in envelopes before sending, and we will drop in the ballot box for you. Or better still, come to Lancaster if you can the closing dav and drop them into the ballot box yourself. NOTICE. All votes clipped from the paper must be deposited in the ballot Box before Wednesday night, Oct. 1st. Vote ballots, issued on subscriptions are good at any time up to the close of the contest and need not be deposited in the ballot box until the last hour of the contest. taken off and contestants may Commencing today, the limit will be poll and publish as many votes as they desire. VOTE SCHEDULE THIS WEEK. During the remainder of the contest, we will give 15,000 extra votes ON EVERY DOLLAR'S WORTH OF NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS TURNED in to the contest department and double vpteson s 11 old subscriptions. Following is the schedule of votes:- VOTE SCHEDULE. Following is the number of votes that will be issued on subscriptions during the remaining days of the contest. NEW SUBSCBIPTIONS. 10 years 8 years 5years Syears 2 years lyear OLD SUBSCRIPTIONS. 234,000 188,000 120,000 74,008 51,000 22,800 10 years 8 years 5 years 3 years 2 years 1 year IMPORTANT 80,000 60,000 30,000 20,400 15,600 4.800 If there is any mistake in any contestant's vote up to the present date, it must be called to the attention of the contest manager before next Wednesday night. Otherwise, according to the rules of the contest, this count up to date must be accepted as correct. JUDGES MAKE FINAL COUNT. Immediately after the last subscriptions has been turned in and all the votes deposited in the ballot box on Saturday, Oct, 4th at 2 P. M., the judges will commence the woik of counting the votes. Put forth your verv best efforts during the remainder of the contest Big prizes are sometimes lost by a very narrow margin of votes such as you would get on two or three subscriptions. Don't let this happen in your case. Get every subscristion you can for you will need every subscription you can possibly get to win. All indications point to a very close finish. District Miss Lillie Mae Jones No. 1 200,000 113,500 230,800 120,800 99,500 57,800 108,600 236,800 219,900 218,300 181,200 LANCASTER. " " " " " Jennie Cox Christine Pollitt Mamie Lee Marsee Ida May McQuerry Nettie Farmer Bessie Austin Delia Rice Hughes Mr RiceTerril " Joe Cabell Ramsey " Dean Zanone District No. 2 LANCASTER, P. O. Miss " Judith James Daniel Margaret L. Herring 242,100 242,100 We can save your money on coal if Letcher, and Pike counties, the larger bought now. Don't wait. Our stock part of the coal production in 1912 was of Rye, Wheat'and Timothy seed is al- from the eastern part of the State. LYOUU 0.2 The eastern Kentucky coals are mostly In the Boyle Circuit Court ?t Dan- ways complete. Let us show you. e Hudson & Hughes. gas" or "coking" coals, ville Wednesday, Judge Chas. Hardin Phone 26 For Sale One male Scotch Collie with some cannel coal. appointed John B. Ftout Master ComBilly Mason. School Notes. missioner to succeed the Hon. W. J. Price, who was recently appointed SOME ALFALFA EXPERIMENTS. In reward for the greatest improveForSale A good hall heater, good minister to Panama. In view af the widespread as well as ment in passing in and out of building as new. Mrs. Su3an Fisher. increasing interest in the subject of Mr. Stout is a dyed in the wool anJ to and from the auditorium, ww0 the alfalfa growing it Is worth giving a For Sale Decker Bros, upright pi- domocrat and the appointment will no pupils of Miss Smith's room were given summary in tills ilip.irtn:ont of liullo-tidoubt prove a popular one. ano. Apply at this office. r a holiday Friday afternoon. No. Kill, whiclulus l.itely IsTiiis hour of freedom is to be offered sued by tlie .VetJfnska experiment sta Fun Makers. Try a load of our coal it nmy be each week to the room showing the tion aud tells of the experience of! better than you have had. Coburns greater minstrels played to greatest improvement in this drill farmers in differuut parts of the state i s . Garrard Milling Co. H--i a well filled house last Friday night at work. in getting a start with this valuable! , r 'a . a legume. Twelve farmers the Opera House. There was a con -. Mrs. Curry served as substitute for m-- 3 -i ou If you want to hay a farm, see W. T. in the work, carrying it on according King the auctioneer and real estate tinuous uproar of laughter from the Miss Robinson who was called to to suggestions nnd directions of the ?? fl o O m rising of the. first curtain until the Louisville on business man. Tuesday. station directors. In" this lowering of the last Every one left u In the faculty meeting Mondav experimental work it was the aim to jz; u Our Auto'mobile is for hire at any and the house well pleased with the per afternoon it was decided that the try out and compare the effect of three all times and as c.leap or cheaper than formance, .and are looking forward for treatments in securing a stand of algathera return date of these popular fun teachers should hold other. Ilerndon & Walker. ings. The business meetings at the falfa and on subsequent growth-fir- st, maker?, the only firstclass minstrel seen liquid nitrogen cultures seat oil! Before renewing for papers or mag- here since the burning of the old Opera school building on Thursday afternoons by the United States department of will alternate with those held at the agriculture; second, soil from well azines see me. I will give catalog house in 1902. homes on Thursday evenings in which established alfalfa fields, and. third, prices. Mrs. Dollie Brown. ' 4t pd. the study and social features are to be farm manure. Owing to the prevalence combined. Professional subiects will of drought and grasshoppers during For Sale. A Whole Day 01 Amusement, Lancaster the years 1010 and 1911 there was a be read and discussed. I . Ph .5 House and four lots on Creamery St, Rev. J. R. Smith visited the school failure on the part of some of the Merchants To Act Hosts To The to get n stand, but the reN. Rogers. 4t Tuesday norning nnd made a splendid sults secured by thoe who did get a People Of Garrard And Adspeech on the importance of stand brought out the following con Fresh Oysters. MARCELLUS, KY. in school work. elusions: Tli.it the use of farm manure joining Countys. Miss Wade Lee Park 142,700 Fresh oysters inthe bulk; also good Photographer Montgomery made a in proper amounts and properly ap celery and fresh fruits of all kinds at MARKSBUKY, KY. picture of the school; the handsome plied is to be strongly recommended, Saturday October 4th, all day long is Miss Annie Blanks 225,700 Zimmer's. boys and pretty girls all want to se tint where difliculty is experienced In to be a day of jollification and pleasure getting a stand the soil should be in" Beulah Sutton 242,100 cure one. I We are making cement Block slabs, in Lancaster. oculated aud that Inoculation with Lancaster merchants ' The Seniors will render a program soil from a well established alfalfa BRYANTSVILLE, KY. Pier block, chimney blocks, yard fence are to do the honors, and they do not 46,800 block any design or kind. Call and see. do things by halves, they have dona- Friday morning in the auditorium. Miss Flossie Mae Teater field or sweet clover patch gave mil The" window-boxe- s ted liberally toward making the day that are being fornily better results than were securGarrard Milling Co. HYATTSVILLE. KY. one of entertainment and pleasure tor made will, when put in, make the ed by the use of liquid cultures. Miss Ruth Arnold 75.900 Do Yon Want A farm? their friends and customers. The ob- rooms more attractive and stimulate 67,900 Mr Charley Sanders FOR CANNING SMALL FRUIT. ject of the is to exploit the love for plants and flowers. If so write or see W. T. Ewing BEUNA VISTA, KY. A lady reader of these notes gives Attorney Murray Smith of Richmond Harrodsburg, Ky. Splendid farms rang- wares of the Lancaster stores, to show Miss Lelia Barnett 89.700 the people that just as good goods are and Miss Florence Rogers of Lexing- the writer the following reeipe for ing from $50 to $100 an acre. f canning strawberries, raspberries and " Ruth Lane 120.800 to be had just as cheap at home as ton visited the school Tuesday. other small fruits and has given him " Alyce Mabel Scott 140,400 eisewnere, anu 10 create an active in a can of line looking asJ Fresh Oysters. " Hazel Ogg 93,500 terest of home people in home trade, County Court Day Brings An Unusually proof tli.it the method strawberries Is she follows ' Ural Blakeman 7.500 Fresh oysters in the bulk; also good to show that the inducements they a success: She first sterilizes her cans Large Crowd To Town, But Business 0 CAMP NELSON. KY. celery and fresh fruits of all kinds at nave iu uiier anu mereoy stimulate a and covers witli boiling water, then healthy patronage of the home mer fills them with the uncooked berries, Miss Nora Kaufman 114,800 Zimmer's. Dull In All Ones. setting the cans in a contain chants. A splendid Brass Band has POINT LEAVEL LANCASTER R. R. I. n of warm water. Prior I have three good farms been engaged for the occasion and Monday, county court day brought a ing thisquantityhas prepared her sirup, 242,lto Miss Brunette Arnold to she town, music will be dispensed during to sell at a bargain, if sold goodentire day. Burgoo will also be large crowd toseemed but the maioritv which is boiling hot. As soon as the PAINT LICK. KY. the of the people more bent upon water In the pan brought to a Miss Jessie Parks 47.800 in the next days. Apply served in the Park, rich, hot whole investigating as to conditions and the tho cans containingis the berries are boll re' Nellie Beazley 134,900 Burgoo to W. T. King, the auc- some everyone in unlimited quantities outlook for the coming winter rather moved to a platter and the sirup is is invited to partake than transacting then poured over them kind MCCREARY. KY. estate and of it. You are not compelled to A large number any mule of business. ries shrink some, reducing As tlie ler tioneer and freely the volume of colts, were Miss Lillie Mae Sutton 230,400 buy, the object is to show you just brought to town, but for the most part In the cans, enough sirup is added so man. MANSE PAINT LICK, R. R. NO. 2. what is kept in stock by the merchants they were taken home by their owners, that the cans run over The covers Miss Willie Calico 177,900 of Lancaster, to apprise you of the the offerings for them being few and are then screwed on. and the job is Found New Use for Whisky. done. ' Florida.Boain The chief advantage of this N181.600 unsatisfactory, A new use for whisky has been dis- fact that it is not necessary for you the price tendered method seems to be that the berries reMr Otis Gooch 248,900 covered by a Sepoy of Ipoh, Straits to go to the city" or to adjoining some few changed hands at prices tain their shape much better than Settlements. The man recently poured towns to secure what you wish, that ranging from $50. to $100. per head. COY, KY. where they are cooked for some time. spirit Into his eyes vou may secure just as good and just A feeling of anxiety seemed to perMiss Peachie Mae Sanders 8.900 a quantity of the -t Inflnrnp thpm .inn so en in nrioias stylish goods right here at home, vade the crowd, an uncertainty as to 47,800 Mrs. Mary Clouse SEED CORN TESTS. able him to procure a medical order and at just as low prices, and thereby just what the near future would bring Recent tests which the students of for a pension. HACKLEY. KY. save the expense and trouble of a long forth to the farmer and stockman, and the agricultural course of the high Miss Edna Burnett Grow 89,700 while the prospect for high feed and a ' school in the writer's home town have journey. 239,400 "Christine Prewitt T. W. Conn sold a 5 year old mare Everybody should come in and take scarcity of it duiing the coming winter made of a large supply of seed corn Monday for $125. B. D. Holtzclaw of part in this laudable SPAINEY, KY. enterprise, these is almost a surety, the farmers were saved last fall have brought out two Miss Ina Scott 200. 405 Lincoln bought 26 head of cattle of T. people are your friends and neighbors. yet loth to part with their holdings for Interesting facts first that ears that were picked and hung up in September W. Jones for $23 a head and some long they make their money here and they the prices offered, hoping that the before any heavy frost occurred show STANFORD, KY. . u spend ,t nere they are ,nterested i.. putc ii um ; .Cai..B prices might become better in the near I a practically penect germination test, Miss Sarah Hundley 78,900 cents a pound. seeing you receive good prices for the future. while ears that were picked after the " Virgie Rathwell 106,400 your i arm, anu they are We are inclined to the belief that first heavy freeze not only show a e room iruuucis oi and lot, store for HEDGEVILL, KY. ever ready to lend of both their time this feeling is to a great extent un- larger number of dead kernels, but in Alex Prewitt, Miss Flora McBeth 57,800 and stock of goods. and money to further the interests of warranted and that in the course of a many Instances the germinating power Hackley, Ky. the town and county in any and all short time everything will right itself Of those that grow Is weak If the CRAB ORCHARD. KY. to the satisfaction of all. The pros- t average farmer would act on the infor We can save your money on coal if possible ways. " Ida Lee Campbell 92,400 pect is that tobacco will bring a good i mation contained in these tests pick " Udora Douglas 15,900 bought i.ow. Don't wait. Our stock! his any frost 'of Rye, wheat and Timothy seed is ai- - Judge Benton Jails Banker For Contrmpt, price, and as the crop in this county is use corn before there itisdry during and " Susan Butt 24,900 care in keeping the far above the average we believe that winter there would be practically no " Ison McClure 40.700 ways complete. Let us show you. Oii Tuesday in the Clark Circuic it will make amends for the shortage such filing as a seed corn problem. Phone 26 Hudson & Hughes. GILBERTS CREEK. Court Judge J. M. Benton fined David in the corn crop, and often that crop is Miss Mary Eliza Holtzclaw B. Hampton, president of the Clark 57.900 not nearly so bad as has been pictured, Good crowd court day and quite a TO DAIRYMEN. IMPORTANT county National Bank, $30 ai.d commit- - and we believe that the farmers should number of mules changed hands at It looks very much as if the day was , ted him to jail for his refusal to answer OOOOO OOOOO0OO OOO OC POO1 000 take a more rosy view of the situation. not fur distant when all d.ilrvmen prices lower than a year ago for mule memfurnishing milk to cities of any cansid 1 AI ITU1T colts; we give a few of the sales; Cha?, questions propounded to him byelection bers of the grand jury in the j erable size would We compelled to test Withers a mule colt to Ben King for ' rAKJUVK UlLUfllfl probe now in progress. Judge Benton Kentucky Breaks Coal Record Last Year's their cows yearly for the uetectioq of $80, Win Lear an aged mule to Center tuberculosis. The supreme cpurt of the seem to be vgry much in earnest in the Production Shows Increase Bros, for $165. Of fr0OOOOOO00OO00 Walker Bradshaw probing United States has allirmed the deciof election frauds at the recent bought 10 mule colts at an average of sion of a lower court granting municiNearly 2,500,000 Tons. primary in his district. $50 to $85. Bob Burnside sold three palities the right of lusUtfng op this rfpace below this heading Is for the exclu-iv- e , . TUa nwtTii.t:nH e .;v p.wuniuii ui tuaii ;in t-tventucKy test, and this gives tlie necessary founuse of our farmer subscribers, and Is for colts to Luther May for $160. W. B. Coming Tent Show. established a new record in 1912 with a dation. Tho wise dairyman who looks the sale of stock, grain and such things on Burton bought an aged mule oi R. L. farm as the farmer cannst affo'd to adver- Elkin, for $205, one of McMillan .for Brollier's Dramatic Co. playing total production of 16,490,521 short to the future of bis business will not tise. No notice will be accepted over four $165, one of Zeke Jones for $2C0, one of "Cowboys Pal" will be here one night, tons, according to Edward W. Parker, only take the steps necessary to eradilines, and Hill be only iu two issues of the Bob Clark, for $215. J. A. Cross bought Wednesday, Oct. 1st. The company coal statistician of the United States cate the disease, but will look carefully ECOBD, free of charge to his cows a number of colts at different prices, ' played here last year, presenting the Geological Survey. This large output arethe conditions under which kept so as to reduce to a minimum "Mohawk" and gave the best of satis-J- . represented an increase of 2,440,818 the likelihood of the development of R L Elkin has some fine Southdown one of J. B. Masters, for $75, one of, tons over the figures for 1911, and of the disease. And he will be F. Preston, $75 of G. B. Swinbroad faction. bucks for sale. Justified in Remember the date, Wednesday, nearly 2,000,000 tons over the former advertising his milk as from tubercuone for $60. Wils Rogers, mule colt of barrels old corn for Jim Burnside for $100. Bowen Givens, Oct 1st. Prices 20 and 35 cents, sale:-2maximum output of 1910. There was lin tested cows. for sale. George Denny R. F. D. No. 1. an even greater increase in value in one colt of C. A. Wearren for $82.50, i POOR MANAGEMENT. A R Denny one of Walter Grant, for Mr. J. D. Kuble Appointed Election CoiT' 1912. namely, $2,845,749 over the figfor Sale:-- lot of household furniture $88 Bob Long mule colt colt of Cecil ures for 1911. The increased producThe Nebraska College of Agriculture consiting of wurthly old time pieces. missioner. tion in Kentucky was due chiefly to last year sent out inquiries to 2.000 Humphrey, for $60. W S Embry sold a Maggie Brown, Lancaster,Ky. colt to Mr. Bonner of Tenn. for The State Board of Election Com- the new developments in the eastern farmers who are engaged iu the grow- mule ing of wheat and found with but c gilts and boars at $105. J. C. Morgan two colts of W. P, missioners has commissioned Mr. J. B. part of the State, although the west- i few exceptions they that for burned their Wrenn, price $50 each. J. P. Bourne Ruble to be an Election Commissioner ern counties participated largely in straw. The station ollicials say $10. each, all subject to register. B. that buying 10 head of different parties at for Garrard county to succeed Mr. J. the gain. The number of men em t In effect these farmers, as well as F. Robinson. prices from $65 to $75 and an aged pair Fleece Robinson, who resigned becaure ployed in the mines in 1912 was 24,304, ! thousands of others who follow the and For Sale;I have 14 head of coming of Mrs. Geo. Grow, for $315 , the latter of the fact that a goodly portion of his 678 the average production per man, same practice in Missouri. Kansas and tons. Kentucky ranks second Oklahoma, are1 guilty gf arson and are sold to Dr. Wm Burnett at a slight time is spent in the South and he did three year old mules that I will sell in he pairs or as a whole next County Court advance. T. W. Duckworth bought 5 not feel that he could giva the proper among the States in the percentage of ' directly Impairing the productivity and quality of daj at the shipping pens in Lancaster. aged mules that averaged $175. Ben amount of his time to the discharge of coal produced by machines, Ohio hold- physical discourages their soils. The this practice and his duties as Commissioner. No better ing first place. In 1912, 66 per cent Station Bright a mare mule of Capt. Elkin, T. B. Robinson. rougb-- , prges have been chosen to of the coal produced was machine age the use of the straw as a $200 and a pair of Taylor House for man could for winter feeding, as u fertilizer. mined. Labor troubles in the State For Sale:-2- 5 barrels old corn, write I S380 huvinrr seven duriner the dav at an succeed Mr. Robinson than Mr. Ruble as a preventive of soil blowing, to Imaverage of $185 a head. Center Bros a and his appointment will doubtless were insignificant during the year, but i prove the drainage, to loosen heavy or phone. J. W. Tatem, R. F. D, 1 Lancaster, pair of mules of Ureen Bowling for $275 meet the approbation of every one. according to the United Bureau of and adhesive soils and for bedding. these were yearlings and said to be A sterling democrat, ever ready to Mines there were 51 fatalities in and Ky. good ones. W. R. Cook bought an age heed the call of his party, and at the about the mines, 41 underground, 2 in EXPERIMENT. A PRACTICAL shafts, and 8 on the surface. For Sale One good family mare, mule of Mr. J. C. Meadows for $135. ' same time an upright, honorable No more needed or practical experiState Has Great Coal Reserve. 80 pound shoats sold, on the tleman, he may be depended upon to perfectly gentle for ladies to drive and ment could be conducted by the class Kentucky is the only one of the coal- - in agriculture In many sections than a good work mare, also have another street Monday for 7 cents a pound. tgive everyone "a square deal . producing States which has within its that of making a test of alfalfa growmare with mule colt by side to sell. borders areas belonging to any two of ing. Directions best suited to the cliR. E. Henry. the distinctly seperate creat coal fields. matic and soil conditions of any localthe Lost, strayed or stolen, from my The eactern counties of the State are ity would be gladly furnished by coldirectors of the state agricultural farm on the Kirksville pike on Satur. Underlain by the coal beds of the great lege: Rightly conducted, such an day night, Sept. 11th, a red dehorned Appalachian Mountain system, extend would furnish Just the data cow, slightly brindle across one hip, ing entirely across the State in a that dozens of farmers In the territory good fresh milker, weighs about 1000, northeast-south-wedirection, while tributary to the school would be only SUBSCRIPTION BLANK Reward for her return. the southern limits of the central or too glad to get The experiment would B. L. Kelly, R F D 1, Contest Manager, Central Record, eastern interior coal field are found in unquestionably prove both practical Lancaster, Ky. Lancaster, Kentucky, the more northern counties of the anc Interesting. western part of the State. The total years Enclosed find $ for Two Real Bargains. area u iderlain by coal in the eastern subscription to the CENTRAL RECORD. PJease give counties of Kentucky is estimated at I offer for sale my residence just me proper credit and send the votes with my compli10,270 square miles, and the out side of the city limits and my farm areas in the western part of the ments to M'. of 104 acres eight mile3 from towr. State are estimated to contain 6,400 Good house, 2 tobacco barns and all a contestant in the Central Record's Subscription Camsquare mils. Up to the close of 1911 paign. out buildings. Land In good state of the larger part of the production of cultivation, for further Information ; . . ., Signed .'. . oujajg the State had been from the western call on or address. g district, but as a result of extensive InoA" ) anorB daoi noX pun 'oaoi -Givens Terrill. P. O triiM. vis nam atr) pus jiiu developments in Harlan, Johnson Lancaster, Ky. John B. Stout Appointed Master Commis-sione- r. FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. County Court Days. J it: high-grad- v Sou t- u one-hou- Richmond, 1st. Monduj. Paris, l3t. Monday. Frankfort, IsL Monday. Harrodsburg, IsL Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Iwrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. ML "Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. .Monday. o25jm s a a rr o2g Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. LIVE STUCK 3IAIJKET. CINCINNATI t'NION ffTOCK Y.KI3.Sep Vi Cattle Host Slieep CATTLE: Shippers I7.jmT fort-night- ly o;ms g Batcher stei-- Good tt choice Common to fur etr 7 I MUSIC-BURG- 9-- 5 I (,'ood to choice Common to fair Cows, extra GoikI to choice Common to fair Cannery BalU baluguad Fat bulls CALVKd: extra lleltVri.titr t SaX 5j s :", Hia. ;x;w S36t m .... 6 2Vg o HI :j .. &S)M$r.s SMtX 3 bafql M ;K$SU Common and large HO'iS: good packers aud buieherj Falrtogood Mlxtd packers nmg,HM & II s II JU H stM&Stte j ! 1 Stags Common to choice heavy fat sons. Light shippers I'igs, (110 lbs Liid less) $, 8 4 ltTB.i 34& T7 si jC s 4 SIIEhl': extra Uood to choice Common to fair IMh'ih (& 1 Ka wi 10 I5lo;:ili lTjja-J- I LAMrS. extra .V Good to choice Common to lair ;J3 T1&&7A) I Mini if t-- .tn 30 The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney No Escape. "I saw Dr. Flint stop at your house yesterday. Anything serious?- - "1 should say there was. He came 10 collect his bill." TED real I I .... .... Importance of Play. To tue decree that mankind shall work for Its daily bread, is added the decree that mankind thall play, for the salvation of both Jt3 body and soul a decree so inwrought in the very constitution of man that there is no greater danger to mankind, especially in Its state of childhood than tho prevention or misdirection of play. Richard Watson Gilder. SALE:-Hous- . ( ( f w M L w O 5 a 3 5 P N r TlirTC I J W CD ' 8 g O w I A SALE:-Duro- WB&m.r C tauu BT.TdTZ WS ftr b ri a iTiil RICHMOND. KY. A tftflsSlhiri; Training Lit Mti IV. la mil faM School for Teachers Intr MMlutaaj tiftcmes. Yftlhl fr Crir4 and Kcvl.v CW-1- . TakiwnFrtoAp. DoltttrrJ. Tsnla.H.ld.. s.w mm.! .elMol. ii.w maaaltrala!nz balklM... .l prwtleii.lwo.l'T-tn.l'"ie,l,",irrTmnltm. rjAmtJo Mrm-- - -.Fir.lTrmbzU.Sf-l.mhr- . Thlrt Trna Ja.?rr ffeeoBd TW Vmihir 77. rMtnhTmnArlir, Sammer School iii Ju lfa, CaUIuzv Pre. mltarlM J. R. CllABBE, PrraMrnt. gen-Twel- ve Subscribe for the Recorci and Vote for your Favorite. .,,...,,,... 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