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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 3, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913100301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 3, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN2ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. tWUNTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1913. Trade at home. Bring us your job work. Patronize your home people. Come to Come in NUMBER 28 XS3XS3XS$2&3a&3E3K Iti q .1 i isu n Ho cords in Bui goo M Prize - Uontesf net ins are Ooming Lancaster next Saturday. SaturJay and assist a gala day. Closes Saturcfav at 2 P.M. Let Us Repair Your V K V M and BUTTER of the recent showrs wheat. Battle of Ballots will Wage Throughout this Section of Kentucky. All indications point to a close finish and the contestants and their frienas are working hard for more votes and subscriptions The boys say "they are beginning to Public interest in the Great Race is at high pitch. Claims and bite" at Dix river. Counterclaims of Candidates indicate that the outcome is evMany of the fanArs took advantage erywhere Remember the Record's Big Contest closes Saturday. to bow their Don't miss the band and the next Saturday. IRON OH IT IS STEEL in doubt. Sup't Herron had the "Square" nicely cleaned and swept ajter county Subscribe to court day. Subscribe for the Record, it is going to be a "crackerjack" when it moves into its new quarters. Help Your Favorite Win. the Record Renew your Subscription. Don't go back on your Favorite at this eleventh hour. A Big Prize may be Lost just for lack of the votes your Subscription would bring. Make Your Favorite a Winner at All Hazards. HARDWARE IF YOU WANT HARDWARE WE SELL IT. FLOORS TEN WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ' fi St 7- We carry a full line of Pumps, Pipes and Fittings J We make a specialty of fitting up and installing pumps. It will pay you to get. our prices on Galvernized Roofing. ; BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks 8 3K&828m&Sg&S338mm8 The Central Record's Big Prize Con- Come to Lancaster Saturday, Oct. 4th and be the guests ot the merchants and test will come to a close promptly at 2 business men or the town for that day. P. M next Saturday, Oct. 4th. For many weeks past this big prize Our merchants know and are interest- competition has been the talk all over ed in their customers and always respond this section and has stirred the people generously to the demands of as nothing in lec. nt years has done. But one day remains end this huge undertaking will ba a thing of the pasi ' Good music, plenty of burgoo and and many people will be the proud pos coffee and an all round good time in sessors of new found fame and fortun Lancaster Saturday. Come and ei.jny glory and prizes. yourself. of vote Thousands and thou-aiu'- s have been polled the last week bv tin. Carpenters arl very much in demari candidates and their friends. Intense in Lancaster; everjbody trying to pet interest has been manifested the patt their house completed before the com- .veek by the public n the standing ol ing of cold weather. ihe contestants, which havj b. en post ed daily in front of the Cential Record The cool nights and heavy dews of jflke. lst week added many pounds to the AND NOW JUST ONE DAY MOKE. lat tobacco which growers claim was uninjured by the frost. Think of it the time is growing mighty shoit to decide the winners ot The Moose Band of Danville consisthe Handsome Pony and Outfit and . MASTER DEAN ZANONE ing of fourteen pieces will furnish the other prizes. But if you get among DISTRICT NO. 1. musicc in the park where Burgoo will your friends and make a final rou':d-u' A bright j oung mau ojL, Lancaster be dispensed liberally to all. jf all subscriptions it may give jou the who has been in the raieffo'r the I e required number of votes to win. Keep ord's prizes from the! beginning The county machinery began at the . ard ight after the voles and subscriptions who will undoubtedly be among the river on the Buckeje pike and are working toward town, and inthecoursi until the last. Don't be too confident winners at the final count on Saturday nd think you have enough voles to at 2 P. M. Dean is very popular of time the Buckeje pike will be a' .vin, for if you do you probably will be I among hi3 friends and they are watchgood a turnpike as we have in the Jisappointed. Remember it is much ing his race with great interest. county. jetter to have a surplus of votes than not quite enough. Bring in your votes For Sale. Fine Lumber A New Citizen. and subscriptions as early as possible feet tomorrow so that you will get them off Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Carrier are We have lose any in the hands and j of Georgia pine yet unsold your few hours. will notany you get later rejoicing over the arrival of a twelve Then last boy. The lusty youngster was can saw any length to suit can be turned in before 2 P. M., the poundlast Saturday. born purchaser. For house or closing hour of the contest. ! I -p HlSiHS3 Mike ojr ft - J " i ?? P; XlTSK &? '.S S Mi 3 jc j9 .2 jo i: fi H 22 i garters. sffTiismav JJ &2iUri 5 r. 4 up s ft I It'tv-JAcr-H 200,000 ill ISi cRJ i pi)! i Wr $LF" y barn. Hughes Bros., IMPORTANT BEAD CAREFULLY. Second Millinery Display. Lancaster, Ky. F' ICKM LH, GOODS On Display. OCT., I judgft, We are ready, willing and anxious to show you by far the largest and best selected lime of clothing, shoes, hats, gloves, furnishing goods, ladies ready to wear suits, coats, dresses and costumes that we have ever offered the people of Lancaster and Garrard County. As to style quality and price we win be glad to have you pass ment on same. We want j'cu lo compare our styles and pi ices carefully with Gather up all your reserve votes and bring or send them to this of fice before 2 P. M. next Saturday. By reserve votes we mean the white ballots which have been given you or mailed to you when you or some of your friends sent in subscriptions. Promptly at 2 o'clock tomorrow after noon the doors of the Record office will be locked and no one will be allowed to enter thereafter to turn in Subscriptions subscriptions or votes. will ba accepted from the contestants and their friends who are on the inside of the office at that hour, but if you come after that time your subscriptions will be of no use. If yousend subscriptions no matter what time mailed they must be in the Record contest department before 2 o'clock, Saturday afternoon Oct. 4th. If not received by that hour they will be worthless and not be counted. Don't leave any of your ballots at home. Gather them all up and bring them in before 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Votes are positively not transferable. They cannot be bought, but must be secured on subscriptions. BE SURE that your subscriptions are in proper shape to hand in to the HAVE THE contest department. NAME, ADDRESS, Etc, WRITTEN PLAINLY ON THE CENTER PART OF THE CONTEST RECEIPT BEFORE HANLING IT IN. Don't come (continued on page 8) Mrs. Ada Kinnaird desires to inform her friends that she has added materially to her stock of millinery and will have a second Opening on October 4th. Call and see her. Tent Meeting. frls tg&v?) t fftafvB meeting being held under a large tent on the New Danville pike about 3 miles from town, conducted by a set terming themselves "The Followers Of Christ" has been attracting large crowds, many followers of the faith from a distance being in attendence. Football Game For Saturday. A protracted Another attraction for next Saturday will be a Football game to b? pulled off by the boys of our graded school. They have practiced hard this game and a good crowd should go out an encourage them with their presence and a little financial aid which they need towards help navins for the grounds. A good game is as sured. Burton Ships Another Load Of Horses. If it is a Range or Cooking or Heating stove you want get my prices, I will save you for money. W. J. Romans. X bTI MISS JUDITH JAMES DANIEL DISTRICT NO. 2. others. If w- - 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 12 horses which cost $165 each and 11 mules for which he paid $200 per head. X The demand for Garrard county stock seems to be unusually brisk in Wilson this season, and a load scarcely reaches X that point before Mr. Burton is called upon to gather together and ship another. Mack Hughes the Danville Horseman again made the trip with the second load to see that they travelled in safety. Messrs J. L. Wiggins and H. H. Walton of W Ison an 1 F. L. Peacock of Fremont N. C. were Mr. Burton's guests on Tuesday, and were busily engaged in seeing the stock of the county during their stay. They were enroute to Lexington to attend the Trots. While they were here Mr. Burton sold to Mr. Peacock a couple o nice horses for $165. each and a Roadster for $225. W. B. Burton shipped his second car load of stock for this season to the Wilson Live Stock Co , Wilson N. C. on Wednesday; the load consisted of Everybody's Coming To X 4 X LANCASTER i Saturday, Oct 4th The Big Day. Come spend the day and make our store your free, come in and let us explain to you how you can secure them. resting place. We will be $a& to have you. H. T. LOGAN rr v r A charming young Miss who lives but a few miles from Lancaster. Miss Judith James is one of the strongest candidates in the big prize competition and her many friends cannot help but admire the aggressive way which she and her loyal supporters are conducting her campaign and are watching her race with interest and doing all they can to help her. Of course you will be in town Saturday Oct. 4th, and if you will call at our office we will make you a special price on First Patent Flour in barrels and sax. Dont neglect this op- Davidson & Doty. GROCERIES. MEATS. portunity as this special price will only be made on this one day to introduce this new flour. Hudson c Phone 181. Country Produce of all kinds WANTED. Hughes. ,r f age The Central Record, Friday, Oct 3, 1913. BIG DAY. 3 8j Music furnished by good band an4 free lunch. ' 0 T m pa 8 nbi Be a Booster, Trade at Home and Watch your town grow. . nuc uuitii. nnnc urn. PfiMC bumc mh Al I J m. Make our store your headquarters. Newr goods are arriving daily and special g inducements will be given those buying on that day. - Kg COME TO SEE US. ' "Save the Difference." mwb 4B $ 8 ff The Store Beautiful We are receiving daily all kinds of All kinds fresh fruits and candies for Affords Some Consolation. Uncle Sam's Men To Be Kept Busy. pay a fine of $230.00. Every one who tion in darning socles and working and new can good3 and evaporated fruits. the 4th, at W. B. Ball's. Judge Benton knew that Mr. the man generally lives because he knows It appears that at least one com- Come in to sec us and let us show ou The postoffice department has issued Hampton would either remain in jail or cant die and is too lazy to kill himself. Fresh oysters, celery and modity is not to maintain such a high what we have. INCORPORATED. W. B. Ball. answer all legal questions put to him He goes out on election days, and does an order that all mail going out over price, and too one that cuts a very ries, at Theo Currey's. $1.00 A YEAR. WEEKLY. had no not know who he is voting for, but Star and Rural routes shall be weighed ISSUED by the loreman. Judge Benton material figure in "the high cost of Right here in Lancaster you will see FOR other cause to pursue. The supremacy just takes the ticket bearing the name during the months of October and "ving", wheat prices have been taking the greatest and harness, good display and the latest grand-fathdestroyed his great-grevoted for. November. This order means consider- ?. ROBINSON. Editor. J. of the law would have been ween, creations exhibited by all the merchants as new. a downward course tor the past able extra work for postoffice had this influencial citizen been perMrs,. Tom Austin. due to heavy importations from Canada, next Saturday. R.L. ELKIN. Business Manager. By patronizing home merchants you mitted to defy the Court, but the country seems and as the supply in that Lancaster, Kjr.. prominence of the witness could not are rewarded by always having good Pony for sale gentle for children to Entered at the Post Office In we seem well nigh inexhaustable, lost:A gold bar pin, with initial, "E. a Second Class Mall Matter. Judge Benton's Court enterprising merchants at home. Pat Two Handsome Homes About Completed. destined to have at least reasonably B. R." between Lancaster and Paint drive will sell cheap will take good save him in note, apply at Central Record. For in the mind of this Judge all per ronize them and they will beneht you Lick, or in Lancaster. Reward for Two handsome new homes which will cheap flour. Member Kentucky Press Association sons are equal before the law and all in more ways than one. You are re- add return to this office or Miss Eliza W. T. King will cry jour sale aixl and much to the appearance of the city laws should be enforced with the same warded by seeing your patronage and are nearing completion. Hon. Henry Jackson For Congress. Rucker, Paint Lick, Ky. get the high dollar, Will also st-Mr. H. C. Eighth District Publishers League. Judge Benton the patronage of your influence in unswerving firmness. your farm. Hamilton is just finishing his home on 4t pd. The Danville Advocate reports that is among the first officials of the State building up and maintaining your own Mr. Tobe Wiley 111. Lancaster, Ky., October 3, 1913. patronize home merchants, the lot on Richmond street on the lot Mr. Henry Jackson has some thought bold position that the vio- town; to take the purchased from the J. K. West estate Fresh Oysters. Friends in Lancaster have received lator of the election laws should be home industy and home enterprise of and Mr. W. S. Cai rier is putting the of getting into the race for Congress. Fresh oysters in the bulk; also good His friends over the district are pledg- news that Mr. Tobe Wiley is ill at his the same basis as other all kinds in preference to those of any finishing Rates For Political Announcements placed upon touches on his new house on ing him support and asking him to seek home in Paintsville of pneumonia. Mr. celery and fresh fruits of all kinds at criminals. Heretofore, in many places place. Spend your money at home, For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .5 5.00 in the State all forms of corruption with people who havp interest in your the lot on Danville street purchased of the nomination, according to the report. Wiley left Lancaster recently for the Zimmers. Mr. John Johnson. Offices Henry Jackson is a very popularofficial purpose of packing his household goods and criminality in handling elections town. By doing this the town is kept For State and District Offices.... 15.00 has been condoned and looked upon by up, property is made more valuable, Have you tried our breakfast bacon, of Boyle county and is regarded as a and returning here to locate per10 r'or Calls, per line His sterling manently; the morning he left was cold dried beef and boneless ham. Cut on model County Attorney. many as a mere joke. But not so now conveniences are enlarged and oppor1 For Cards, per line or in the future in Judge Benton's tunities for financial improvements are Prof. H. Caldwell, of Berea. Ky., honesty merits the confidence that the and raw and drizzling rain and he con- our American Slicing Machine. 20 per in the interFor all publications district. This able and fearless Judge opened. and Miss Grace Gay of Hi at tsville, people have in him wherever he is tracted a cold which developed into cent better meat, and more slices to est of individuals or expreswill be criticised by some for this perwere united in marriage by the Rev. known. While a very modest man he pneumonia. The many friends of the the pound. Try it and be convinced. sion of individual views, per Wiley's in Lancaster are hoping for W. B. Ball. formance of public duty required of A good county road is always to be Hannibal Morgan, at the home of the has the happy faculty of making line him by the law and his oath of office. desired and is a source of comfort and bride's Uncle C. G. Gay, on Back friends everv where he goes a'id with his rapid recovery. 05 Obituaries, per line R. II. Swaffii-Id- , of the Globe TailorBut he ought to and will have the sup- convenience to every traveler. Good Creek, Sunday evening Sept 21st, all those he meets. He is one of the ing Co., will have on dNplay a beautiGet A Copy. port and commendation of all patriotic roads attract population, as well as The bride wore a beautiful gown of lawyers in Danville and would make an ful line fall woolens. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. and right loving citizens in his district good schools and churches. Good roads pale blue Messaline with a drape of ideal Congressman. We know of no The U. S. Geographical Survey has Tuesday,ofOct 6th and Monday and 7th. We corand throughout the State. There are improve the value of the property, so silk Oriental net ovpr it. The groom man in the district capable of putting prepared a pamphlet which treats of so that it is said a farm lying five miles was becomingly dressed in gray. up a better fight for the Congressional the underground water 3upply in Cen- dially invite you to call and look them a few public officials in the State H. T. Logan. tral Kentucky. Tells at what depth over. fearless and determined in the per from market, connected by a bad road The bride is the beautiful and ac- nomination than Henrj Jackson. formance of duty as Judge Benton. is of less value than an equally good complished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. water may be obtained in the various For Sale. Better Get A Gun License. We will have cleaner elections in the farm lying ten miles away Jfrom mar- H. C. Gay. She has been a student of localities and its adaptability for doOne of the best farms in Garrard mestic and manufacturing purposes. future and such men in office as Judge ket connected by a good road. A Berea College for the past three years, There has only been about 45 hunt Benton will bring it about Those larger load can be drawn by one horse fhe groom was one of Berea's most In view of the recent severe drought Co containing 101 acres. located on ing license issued up to date, so we are persons in other districts who are over a good road than by two over a popular young men, being a graduate there will doubtless be many wells good pike, 3 miles from Camp Dick informed by circuit clerk J. W. Hamplanning to purposely violate the bad one. Good roads encourage the from the Normal Academy and College bored in the county and this pamphlet Robinson. All in fine state of cultivailton. This is a very small proportion might and course at Beria College. prove of considerable value. tion. Well watered and splendid imelection laws may well take heed or greater exchange of products to the number of that will be For State Senator. their's will likely be a more unhappy commodities between one section and The bride and groom left Tuesday found in the field hunters the time the This publication i3 known as "Water provements, 10 acre tobacco barn, alabout Supply Paper 233" and may be had most new. Good neighborhood. ThM and unpleasant plight that Mr. Hamp- another. for Knoxville, Tenn., where he will CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. bird season opens, which is not very upon application to the U. S. Geog. farm is part of the Henry Tomlinsott ton and his fiiends in Clark County. take a special course at the University Of Casey County. far distant. It is contrary to law to raphical Survey, Washington D. C. farm and should be seen to be appreciWhile every week this Fall will be at that place. shoot even rabbits between the 15th. ated. For Representative. Fall Fashion Week in Lancaster Satday of September and the 15th, day of Lightning usually strikes in the Apply to W. C. Rose, Marcellus Ky. George D. Robinson Ships Stock. Trouble On The "Chute". urday, Oct. 4th. will be the banner day November, when the open season for J. R. MOUNT. most unexpected places. The enforcePhone 3S3-- J or A. of all. Don't miss it. Mr. George D. Robinson shipped a Chief Herron received a hurry call to quail begins. Garrard county now has ment of the truant law has come to be For County Judge. regarded as a joke to a great extent Don't be misled by Fall Fashion the "chute" early Sunday evening to a Game Warden, and one part of his car load of horses and mules, 20 in Of course you will be in here in Garrard county, but those who week in other places, for counting your quell a disturbance, and when he duty will be to see to it that all hun- number, on last Tuesday, to Cordele CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. Ga. The stock cost him from 150. to town Saturday October 4th have been accustomed to so regard it carfare and other expenses you are reached the place of trouble he found ters have a license. Should you chance will be treated to a surprise some dav several dollars worse off by trading a veritable hornets nest; he found Alex to go out hunting without first observ- $245 per head, and included in the lot and if you will call at our For Sheriff. Watkins flourishing a big pistol and ing the formality of securing a license was a pair of mules purchased of Jas. when a bolt of lightning in the form of away from home. office we will make you a C. A. ROBINSON. while he was engaged in wresting it and fall into his hands it might cause Pepples for $500. an officer of the law descends upon Mr. Robinson left on Wednesday for special price on First Patfrom him several shots were fired you some trouble and expense. Any them with a warrant for their Takes Well Earned Vacation. for County Court Clerk. througl a door and Mr. Herron is of one raav hunt unon their own lands or Cordele, where he will remain until along this line. They are getMr. Leonard N. Miller came to work the opinion that they were fired at upon the lands of his immediate neigh- Christmas, when he will return to Lan- ent Flour in barrels and ting close to us, already several convic- Monday HAMILTON J. W. morning after having spent him. He arrested Jimmie Adams, bor, provided he gives his consent, caster for his family and with them sax. Don't neglect this options have been had in the adjoining his annual vacation last week. There Alex Watkins and Charles Anderson without a licence. will spend the remainder of the winter For County Attorney. county of Lincoln, and we would not portunity as this special is not a man in town who comes nearer in Georgia. This is Mr. Robinson'3 and lodged them in jail and on Monday be surprised at any time to see the earning CLAY WALKER. GREEN a rest each year than morning they were brought before Wisconsin Puts Into Effect "Anti Gossip" second year in the south, where he price will only be msde on matter taken up here. "Lennie". deals extensively in horses and mules this one day to introduce Judge Harris charged with breach of There is scant if any excuse for For Jailer. Law, A Step Which Every State and has built up one of the most ex" the Peace; Watkins was fined $10. and keeping children out of school in GarMakes His Mouth Water. tensive trades in that line in the act- - this new flour. DAVE ROSS. costs while the other two got off with county is in a thrifty rard county, the Should Follow. Hudson & Hughes. tion in which he is located. Earnest Brown writes from Cali- one cent each and costs. Watkins is a and prosperous conditions and we can evil For Assessor. that the Lancaster Record "bad Negro" who came here from the The traffic in rum is a licensed the arising fornia not conceive of the necessity which could well be dispensed with; which would deprive the child of that makes him homesick but made his mountains and has served a term in the DAVE C. SANDERS. gossip is an unlicensed, rightfully mouth water when he read of those pen. Such conduct should be nipped dispensing of measure of education which though very renrehensible evil, which belongs to them, and which so many of cakes of Mrs. Ed Price and Mrs. Chas, in tnu buu, and the only way to reFor School Superintendant. could equally an well be dispensed with. them in after years will have cause to Ballew. He will want to come straight store the peace and quietude of the Gossip, so freely indulged in by many MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. home when he hears of that beautiful "chute" is to fine such beliggerents to regret not receiving, the very best eduDEAkH COPOF neonle. often to such an extent as to cational facilities have been provided, plate of cake Mrs. Lackey, another the extent of the law and then see For Magistrate. champion cake baker, sent the Record that the fines are either paid or work- work irreparable injury, is an evil at considerable expense, and these which is seldom punished, in fact is ed out. 1st District. facilities are being constantly improv office a few days ago. hard to reach, save when it goes to ed upon. JOHN N. WHITE. such extremes as to became defauma-tiono- f Naylor. Somerset Goes Dry. A parent has not the right, neither 2nd District character or slander; when those legal nor moral, of keeping the child The local option election held in Mr. Daniel Naylor died at the home retailing it are occasionally made to LOGAN ISON. out of school, it is their inherent right Somerset last Monday resulted in a of his son Hayden Naylor, near Point answer to the law. 3rd District. to receive an education, the very best victory for the "drys" by a majority Leavell on the evening of the 24th inst The State of Wisconsin has recently JOHN S. HAM. possible, and this opportunity is within of 57 votes. There are eleven saloons and his remains were interred in the put into effect a recently enacted law the grasp of everyone, without cost, in Somerset, six new licenses having family burying ground on the Crab known as the "Anti Gossip Act," the We are authorized to announce the and those who fail or prevent their been taken out on last Saturday, prob Orchard pike on the following Thurs- Denaltv for infringement of their act following candidates for city offices. children from availing themselves of ably in anticipation of a victory for day afternoon. Mr. Naylor was 75 is a heavy fine or imprisonmentorboth. 1 VJtEZP'V-vthis opportu nity are violating the law the people, but these li- years of age and had been for someWhat a God send a similar law to For Police Judge. S-- 5";-',iarJS'W.GS-of both man and God, and for such censes will in all probability be con- time suffering from the infirmities of this wonld be in Kentucky, provided it . 'i, ,,r--E. W. HARRIS. violation should be punished. tested in court under an existing law old age. He is survived by two broth- were enforced. How many heartaches Much has been said and written in a town of that class which requires ers, Messrs John and George Naylor of J. P. PRATHER. could be saved could the tongue of the -- ' . fiiiJHMZ about the disregard of the school laws that all saloon licenses expire on tha Lincoln county and two children, Mrs. itinerant purveyor of scandal be made in Garrard county, and yet they are first day of the year. l Sam Ramsey of Lincoln county and Mr. to ceass to wag; how many happy continually broken, and we know of no Heed The Warning. Hayden Naylor of Point Leavell. homes would remain in tact, how many better way to prevent these infringe- Two Estimable Garrard County Ladies Mr. Naylor was born and spent his separations of man and wife would be Judge James Benton had previously ments than to allow them to feel the entire life in Garrard county, and no avoided, yea, even how many persons warned all persons in his judicial dis- strong arm of the law, and as we said Are Granted Pensions. more highly respected citizen ever lived pursued by the poisoned tongue of ALLEN'S PRINCESS solves the question of fuel, economy, trict interested in the last primary before the time is not far distant when The State Board of Pension Com- within its borders. No higher tribute scandal would be saved from a suicide's any bribery of voters or any they will answer to the law for their that kitchen comfort, time saving, cleanliness and cooking super other acts violating the election laws failure to put thpir children in school missioners in session Monday granted could be paid to any man than to say grave. Were there such a law upon iority. Everything in every Princess that other ranges have pensions to two Garrard county women, that he was the noblest work of God, our statute book, it would serve to silwould be vigorously investigated by and keep them there. and a lot of patented features others cannot have. UnexMrs. Ida Tinsley and Mrs. Martha an honest man, and not a man who ence the tongues of many a person who his grand juries and if an indictment ever knew the deceased but would at- is accustomed to "talk aDout their celled in grace of design, materials.workmanship, durability Brown. Mrs. Tinsely is the widow of could be found the offender should be In no other range can you find triple bottom, double walls, patent "What is home without a paper?" the late Homer J. Tinsley and Mrs, tribute this sterling quality to him. neighbors"; to them it would serve as regard to person prosecuted without a. Sword of Damocles, which they would water pocket' hot air blast, dish warming closets and pipe behind or position. It is evident that his A home without a newspaper is no Martha Brown is the widow of the late During a long and useful life in the falling upon their the warmer. warning was not heeded in Clark home at all. It is a kind of dreary den George A. Brown, both Mr. Tinsley county of his birth he has won an ever be in fear of enviable reputation for upright deal- heads. County. Mr. D. H. Hampton a promi- where the inhabitants live in blissful and Mr. Brown were gallant Confeder Manufactured enly by Allen Manufacturing Co., Nashville, Tenn. We believe that the very existence nent banker and influencial citizen re- ignorance of what the world is doing. ate soldiers. Mrs. Brown is known ings with his fellow man. A kindly, law, whether or not it be enfused to tell on the boys before the It is inhabited by a class who do not and loved by nearly every person in true hearted man and an upright and of such a effect, After being requested by know who is president or what he is Garrard county as Mrs. "Dolly" honest citizen, it may be truly said that forced, would have a salutary present grand jury. $2.50 worth of Enamel ware with each Allen's Range sold. find out that a Brown. The amount ot the pensions in the death of Mr. Naylor the county for there would be the ever the Court to answer the questions put president of, who never fear of it, which would at least have a andhisdefiantrefusaltoheeithe thing has happened until long after granted is $10. per month and their loses one of her best citizens. to him The Record joins in the extending of tendency to diminish gossip, while a Judge sent him to jail for contempt of everyone else has forgotten it Th first draw day will be in November, and there he remained until he children grow up in rags and dirt, they drawing from the date of the fil sympathy to the bereaved family in few convictions would reduce it to the Court mininum. the death of this good man. decided to talk. In addition he will while the wife generally finds consola- - ing of their application. ana AJvyi!iJKaui sutci rerereraraBagTOaiBre hh m mmm V "B Ni tP The bridht Sunt pj lanjter i TheCentral Record SALE:-Phaet- at er 9-- 10-0- 0 Gay-Ca!d- w delin-quenc- es 7kiAJfm'$?; illgPSasg) y BMNf ... r- anti-salo- ;?L) y- Do you want meals cooked better, quicker at less cost, in a more comfortable kitchen? FREE Saturday, Oct. 4th. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO ..- -' TV.' J' ft The Central ttedbrdrFridayrOct 3, -W. C. T. U. i-9- 1 3. AT OUR Page 3 EXfLNbE Kentucky Wheat Drills. ' J HAUKSmKl'. TRY SOLACE The Kentucky Fluted Force Feed is the strictest sense of the term, and it sows all seeds, from flax to treated The range of quantities wheat, with unvarying accuracy. is very great, and the operator is not obliged to sow a peck or a bushel every time a variation in quantity is desired. In fact, the Kentucky Fluted Force Feed will enable user to regulate the quantity quart or a pint. One slight movement of each lever sets every feed on the drill. to sow as low a fraction the as a indicator Becker, Ballard & Co. L, Bryantsville, Ky. DE :rj H J The W. C. T. U. have moved their John Simpson sold some calves at 6 s to the government buildcents. Davis Prather. ing site, Mrs. The Union meets every Saturday at I Mr. Lynn Clark w.s recently thrown 2:30 P. M. all of the members are from his buggy fracturing his arm. j earnestly solicited to attend. Mr. Robert Fox and mother- attended 'The ladies are cordially invited to the burial of his uncle Mr. Billy Fox at join and lend their assistance to the Danville. cause. ' The condition of Mrs." Mahan who The new year begins next Saturday, has tieerriU'is somewhat improved at the members are requested topay their this time. " dues at once to Mrs. Edgar Price. Mr,, Bob, Rout of Somerset has made The annual election was held Saturday, the following officers were elected. a recent visit to the home of "Jus" aunt President, Mrs. Dr. . Burnett, Vice Mrs. Sallif Fox.. President, Mrs. Mary. Austin, Rec. The horse which Mr. Lee Perkins Secretary. Mis. Dollie Brown, Cor. was driving while on his way to Secretary, Miss Amanda Anderson, several days ago dropped dead. Treasurer, Mrs. Edgar Price. Mr. Charley Blanks is suffering from for the various a dislocated arikle'the result of being churches; YhrbwVfrom nis buggy on" last SaturPresbyterian. Mrs. Maria Kirby, day when" his horse became frightened Methodist, Mrs. M-- y Patterson, Baptist his buggy was upset and the top was Mrs. James Pnmphry, Christian, Mrs. considerably injured. Rebecca West. The splendid meeting held by Rev. The State Convention commenced at R. A. Barnes of Louisville came to a Madisonvllle Sept. 26. close Monday evening with eight additions. .The chuich also received a Catarrh Suffers spiritual uplift by Urn sermons of Mr. Get Immediate And Effective Relief By Barnes which were peculiarity interwoven with much doctrine will not Using Hyomei. soon be forgotten by many, who heard Hyomei is nature's true remedy for them, Mr. Barnes is employed by the catarrh. There is, no stomach dosing state board to do evangelistic work but you breathe it. a voluntary contribution of 75. was When using this treatment, you give.n to aid in the work. The bap breathe healing balsams and effectively tismal service took place at the river. reach the most remote air c.Ils of the throat, nose and lungs, the catarrhal gr rras are destroyed quick and sure relief results. Hyomei often restores health to chronic cases that had given up all FOR THE HAIR hope of recovery. Its best action is at If your hair is too dry brittle colorthe start of the disease when the breath less thin stringy or falling out use is becoming offensive, and constant Parisian Sage no; at once. sniffling, discharges from the nose, It stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair droppings in the throat, or that choked of dust and excessive oils, removes dandup feeling begin to make life a burden. ruff with one application, and makes the soft fluffy At the first sympton of catarrhal trouble hair doubly beautiful abundant. Try a 50c. bottle surely use Hvomei. Ask R. E. WcRob-ert- s It.wjll not only, save your hair and make 1. it grow, but give it the beauty you desire. & Son for the complete outfit, He will refund the money if it does not R. E. McRoberts & Son. give satisfaction. head-quarterNich-olasvilts Money Back for any case of Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache thai Vft'ft&&&tt &fc&ttfe3fcMttMf Sokcc Fails To Remove. i M Rl tz.', K3 m A CAR LOAD OF A'issiAr; SAGE SOLACE REMEDY is n recent medi German Scien tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to take, and will not allVct the v.vaKest stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Law to be absolutely free from opiates or harmful drugs of any description SOLACE is a pure specific in every way, and has been proven beyond ques tion to be the surest and quickest rem edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to medical science, no matter how long standing. It leaches 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 tors which have been received from grateful people SOLACE has restored to health. Testimonial letters literature and FREE BOX sent upon re- qnest. R. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank of Chico, Texas, v. rote the Solace Company as follows: ''I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose $1. This remedy has been used by some friends of mine here and I must say its action was won (Signed) R. L Morris. derful. Put up in 2uC, 50c and 1. boxes. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WLLL AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY TAKING SOLACE. "No Special Treatment Schemes or Ftes". JUST SOLACE ALONE does the work. SVrite today for the free box, etc. SOLACE REMEDY CO., Battle Creek Mich. cal discovery of three ElsS xzzi. 1UI JUST ARRIVED. I We can now fill all orders - I PROMPTLY. We have also just secured the Bottling Rights for some of the best ft g specialty drinks on the market. if Mint-Go- la Sanitary Bottling Go. I &m&r&&?&&&&. E2Sd5Ss&:i itt I Ilil V- 3SSmBBEEWmBmKSHSSSS2' 8 E 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. LMtKlUHHIlsriljIiB. . Mr H G Cummins is reported ill pneumonia. r Mrs On Naylor is visiting her .son Mr Wm Naylor near Stanford. Mrs Hayden Leavell of near Lancaster visited Mr and Mrs F L Thompson. Mr J M L'unsford sold a good cow to Mr A T Traylor of the Goshen section Public Sale. We will on f MONDAY, OCTOBER 27TH. at 11 o'clock in front-o- the courthouse door, offer for sale one tract of lam' containing about 90 acres, located oi. P I ppe wmwww Asainst Your j Wit t .a"Vi r !! iTgjj I Iti For Infants and Children. tfflgf! 1'he IZK'Jrs K-- Kind You Hayo -- . jI.f in.ir - u t,,' Always Bought t,KST Model T Runabout . . . $500. Model T Touring Car . . $550. Model T Town Car . . $750. with Full Equiptment for 13. f o. b. Detroit. R. L. ELKIN, Agent For Garrara Co. REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.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. mis- Put vour valuable papers in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Messrs Grimes and Miller have sold for November delivery C9 hogs to B D Holtzclaw at 8c Mr Horace Miller agrd 78 died last Saturday night about. mid night at the home of hi3 daughter, Mrs B C Anderson near Lawsons chapel jn Garrard. Death was due. to ilia, and infirmities due to advanced age, Mr Miller had been a life long citizen of this community and was a school teacher for a number of years. Deceased was preceded to the grave some six years ago by his wife who was a Miss Elizabeth Rig. by--. He is survived by five grown children. They are: Messrs John and James Miller of Garrard; Mrs B C Anderson also of Garrard; ar.d Mesdames Jas D NayMr lor and Wm Marshall of Kansas. Miller had been a model Mason for 57 years and a consistent member of the Baptist church for 4i years. He served the chutth '.n capacity of clerk from 1871 to 1891. In his death the Masons lose their oldest member, and the church one among its oldest members. Rev Thos Owens will preach the funeral services at the Baptist church here today, after which the brethren of Derrick Warner lodge No 561, will take charge of the exercises and will fo'low the remains cf their oldcomrade to their last. resting place in the old family burial ground. Kirksville pike near Haekley, Garrard county Ky. The above tract is now in trrass and well watered, with never failing springs. This land is sold for the purpose of settling the estajte of Almira B. Denton, deceased. For any information regarding the same, call on either of the undersign V.'A. Lear, S. D. Cochran. Lancaster. Kentucky. m Bears the nmi -- Signature J3 i Mm ?ti .e - ProitijisBiifcsSjiQvefi- '"..". an'IE- - Ccislisisa&r 0..i' Jt lon.!Ji2 n.rticti JX In -- I'O?NA?.C0TIC'. jf'iSe&t 55" &:?-'wrr w i Public Sale 1 with m ft It'---' Jft ' OF Land And Crops. On account of failing health, I will sell to the highest and. best bidder on brattw tra P ?'(!$? EU( k i fv hnrrfv t: .".i ' HTW.lv - rr.rrfic i sauKi ncss arjlLOESOFMJTP. gssSc The CENTAun CojipaxT, Office Citizens National Bank f W r THE CCNTAU Use For Over WEDNESDAY OCT., 8th, my farm of 104 acres, situated at the east end of the Gillispie pike, 3 miles from Lowell. Also 23 acres corn and J interest in 13acres corn, J interest in 3 acres of tobacco. Also farming tools, good family horse, cow and calf, household and kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day of sale Sale will begin promptly at 10 o'clock. MRS. SARAH SPURLOCK. HERE'STHEHOG NEV YOKK. Thirty Year s Exact Copy of Wrapper. COMPANY. NITfVO C1TT. BOURBON REMEDY CO.. Public Sale. Of Real Estate And Live Stomach Upset? Im-o-- Will frevent miner trouble it Stock. - THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. ' Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T. Embry, - . S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Ass't Cashier. J. Ij. Gill, r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Dinny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors.' Having decided to change my loca'and Stomach Distress. tion, and to engage in other pursuits, will offer for sale at public auction Distress af ter'eating, 'b'erching of gas I undigested food, that lump of lead on and THURSDAY OCTOBER 23, 1913 feeling in tjie stomach, headache,- - bili- and lack of energy, are warn- at my farm two miles west of Bry ousness stomach. antsville; Garrard county Ky., my fine ing signals of Now at oncer is the time, to ptop this Blue Grass Farm of 192 acres, well improved and in a high state of culti distress. Stomach Tablets 'Is the vation. This .farm is well watered, remedy. They .are $b,SQlutely harm less. has- a nice T room dwelling, all out Get a fifty cent box today. Their use buildings, two large tobacco barns. surely and quickly stops .stomach dis- comparatively new, good stock barn tress and improves and strengthens the and entire place under good fence. digestive system" so that wliat'ybu 'eat The live stock consists of two pairs is converted info nutrition' '"arid "the" of work mules, 9Tiead of young mules, nourished' " I yearlings and sucklings, one driving entire" system Money back if'not' benefited' R.1. EL mare and one drivinffhorse, one 2 year old colt, 2 suckling horse colts, 31 head : MpRoberts& Son. .;.,.--i- : of young cattle, 4 good milch cows, 45 MlUERSBURG;, 'FEMALE..,- - COLLEGE. &ead"of fioS,"cluding several good , . - '. .' t . ' : it brood sows with pigs, 150 barrels corn, . . MlLLfcKatfUKli, &!,,, ,.-- : . 25 tons. good, mixed hay, baled, 270 er f: -- Quickly and Surely Ends Indigestion LexJrcton, Ky. Enclosed find photo of hoff that xras enred ot your Bourbon Hoz Cholera Hem-ed- y. cholera with This hoe was almost de&d before uirff the medicine, and then was entirely cured, ex ccpt loss of ears, tail, etc. The lioi 12 owaed b) Mr. Skiles Ewinsr. of BowLne Green. Ky. Ho will be clad to eive you a testimonial, and wo can Cet several more tf you wast tbsrn. JENKINS SUBLETT DRUG CO.. Bowline Green, Ky. Sold by HASELDEN BROS. Wf 1r It is not only liGhtnincproof but firc-prf and c- l' ... I WB 8 voOiESteBBHHHIHBPWI storm-proo- f, too. Official Directory Of Garrard County. Circuit Judge "Oil. Cunric A llanliu. Commomitalth.3 Attorney lion. Kininct Pnr- j ear. Circuit Clorl William B. Mason. W. II. Brown. Master Commissioner Trustee Jurj Fund Ilenj F. Kobin-on- . Ollicjal Court Stenographer Miis .Sue Shell)) Mason. .D Ford. County Judce County Attorney J E. KclInon. County Clerk J. W. Ilnmiltun. Deputy clerk Harry Toinliiison. Coroner J. A. Jons. Sheriff George T. Ballard. Deputy Sheriff C. A. Rolilninn. Superintendent of Schools Miss Jennie Hlg- Assessor W. S. Carrier. Denutv Assessor E. B. Bay. Jailer Jack Adams. eland Bourne. Supervisor of Roads-C- le Treasurer B. F. Hudson. MAGISTRATES. ''J.tB Le-jnE:rri 8 O last as long as the building an J never need reusirs lust tne thine tor town or country buikhnes. heean. tr,. meet etery condition cf comfort, beauty and security. CORTRIGHT METAL SHINGLES ... -- ;m sijlicnf !2seB? .. i xaicft o rftum . sw i le5Z&7?7itfs vLi35ss5jVJiS5a.'e !2E?2a!rfcl ' t?fwTSA w .' r'.S rv. ek "5Ss-ssassTr SvJUl a o . A ii a a a idy by For Sale Local contractors or CortriiJht Metal Roofing Co , 50 North 23rd Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Eirs. An B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. Rigney, As3't Cash'r. J. S. JOHNSON. J. J. Walker, Jr., Vice r. Prest. Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANIZED XS83. We Citizens Capital $50,000. National Bank Surplus $40,000. OF LANCASTER, KY. 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. of Pupils are surrounded si'tb anatmoV oo'd farm, including wagon, mower, phere . Nctfc Jiinpe'r, drill, plows, cultivators & c. and safe TpVfarmlwill be "sold promptly at buijdings combining aU raodjejm coay-ea-.iences. Health recotd.unsutpaasU, 10:3Q p'clqck in, themorning, . and will Academic and CollegerEntranfceiGBUTS- - be!an abSolute sale without reservation es. ..Music Department lUxderoltilted V- - X a ;. jjinner win uc serveu uu njc iuuuu. artists trained in f.GeznHury-Lect- ar one"haif cash," balance jPnesticiSctehoe j ' "terms and ConeerJ Course. Jri edual payments, one, two and three The by the-- f&ct.linraViroinbeSsiY?aj:?.. ''Live stock and other articles, is evidenced sums' of $20. and und,er, cash over of pupils' were turned noooMraol rtnat amount on'a.credit o"f six months sinn for the . -& with good" negotiable .notes bearing date them. .tv ?' v v Expenses.',; for board, tuition, etc?' per centinteWsl from day of sale. For furtherpartlculars' call on or adlower thapjOjther schpojaof. like grade.. . R. C. BROWNING. . . Send, for catalog and a room dress xelieious-enyironmettt::--- iVJ ,l' -- Ju '-'- " l J I !! t 'Mi ' U J ' chlnery. necessary to the cultivating S$TZ SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION II J. P. Bourne 1st, Dlst. Isou'ilnUDIat. Harrison Kay 3rd. Dlst. James Coldliou 4th. Dlst. COUNTY BJARD OF EDUCATION. Sunday, Oct 12th, 1913. i)'-- '' v CrpnUy Broftddus. 1st. Dit. R D McMurtr) 2nd Dlst. O. J. Hendrcn. Srd. Dlst. Thomas P. King, 1th. Dlst. CITY OF LANCAbTKR. Mayor II. T I."gan. City Judge E.W.Harris. City Attorney It. H.Tomlliison. City Clrk II. K. Herudoti. City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treaufer D. A. Thomas. Chief Police I.. E. Herrou. COUSCILMEN. H. C. Hamilton. Parker Gregory. B. F. Walter. W. M. Zanone. $lIBfflSB St .30 Trip Round Trip Round -- SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs JUNCTBORmTY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. -- early;", ,. i .T$faJBttlibir; Pres . -. Ja-- t uryanisvuie, ivy. .MHlersbarg,Ky. L"M. Dunn, Auctioneer. q'8 Greenleat. Wm.Herndon. ':!-- .- ';,!. . : V rage 4 The Central Record, Friday, Oct 3, 1913. UNION. MASTIC PAINTTake two houses both alike Spend about $50 to MASTIC-PAINthe other go unpainted T Sam Hurt of Back Creek came up as usual Sunday to see his best girl. Mr James Parsons and wife of lower Garrard visited their parents here last week. Mrs A J Hammack of Hamilton Valley visited Mrs S Hammack here last week. Mr Clinton Ross went over to Lexington and Junction City last week on business. Our community would be more respected if a few of our frying sized boys who shoot oft their cheap pistols on the highway, were sent to the rock-pil- e. A large crowd attended the Murphy sale here the 25th. W T King was the auctioneer and thru his efforts all the property brought the highest prices ever recorded at a sale in this section The farm was bought by R F Parsons at about $2000. The Murphy family intend to move to Lexington. EiectiM Oicers For Carnri Cootfj " The Board of Election Commissioners, composed of. Mr. J. H. Ruble, Judge Lewi L. Walker and Sheriff G. T. Ballard, met on last Saturday and appointed the following election officers for Garrard year:- Lancaster. Court House No. 1. James Clark and Wesley Bourne Judges, F. G. Hurt Sheriff, W. A. Doty, Clerk. East Park No. 2. A. K. Walker, J. P. Doty. Judges, W. H- - Brown, Sheriff, H. K. Hwndon, Clerk. West Park No. 3. Ashby Arnold, B. D. Hcrndon, Judges, Henry Moore, Sheriff, B. C. Ford, Clerk. ..West Bryantaville No 4. John Shearrer.B.F. Secereit, Judges, Dr. B. B. Montgomery, Sheriff, Green Bowling, Clerk. East Bryantaville No. 5. Nath Noe, N. J. Gosney, Judges, John Ham, Sheriff, J. H. Ballard, Clerk. Buckeye No. 6. Raymond Ray, John Bogie, Judges, E. B. Ray, Sheriff, Porter Weirren, Clerk. " Walkers No. 7. . Posey. Joe Ross, Judges, T.E. J. H. Foley, SherifT. Dr. Wm. Wheeler, Clerk. :' Paint Lick, No. 8. W. C. Wynn. E. C. McWborter. Judges, Dr. W. L. Carmen, Sheriff, T. ' R. Slavin, Clerk. f Union No. 9. J. W. Tatem, Eb Scott, Judges,' J. H. McQuerry, Sheriff, Woods Walker, Clerk. Proposition For We Write Anv Kind of A Lesson ii Real Economy one-- Let Fair Election .Turned Down. Lancaster, Ky., Sept 6. 1913 INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. Offer them both for sale You'll wonder why the unpainted house finds no buyer at house will bring. even $500 less than the At the beginning both houses represented equal value. MASTIC-PAINTED Pursuant to an appeal by the Progressive candiates for County offices in BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. Phone 27. A few gallons of MASTIC PAINT properly applied at the right time greatly increases the value of your property. d Your building needs painting Right Now, but dont use paints. It may be cheaper at the start, but d or is costly and unsatisfactory in the end. The Lesson : keg-lea- hand-mixe- More than Forty t- - PAINT For Real Economy use MASTIC Excellence years the Standard of C P JV Hi Hi T-- XT' Visit this store and let us tell YOU all about the merits of MASTIC PAINT. hmhi Ask for beautifully illustrated book "Homes and How to Paint Them" and color chart showing 45 different color combinations. BUCKKVK. Miss Nancy Long of Madison Co, was the guest of Miss Agnes Miles. Mrs J. W. Beagle and daughters fTlftlaPy iLrtvO 1.E.MI r s&Son Lancaster, Kentucky. lili ilKmvHHntjPM "Ube Kind That Ltutj" Closing Out 100,000 Feet of High Grade Pine Lumber at a Cut Price for 30 days. at $14.00 per 1000 feet foot lengths at $15.00 per 1000 feet Sheeting all lengths at $13.00 per 1000 feet 8 and 10 foot lengths 1G were with friends here Saturday Mr and Mrs Reuben Baker of Kirks- ville were with friends here last week Miss Lena Schooler of Lancaster has been the guest of Mrs Brutus Wearen. Miss Bessie Sanders has returned to her home after a short stay with Miss Leota Ray. Miss Beulah Hendren has returned home after a visit to her sister, Mrs Cecil Broadus. Mr and Mrs Walker Bradshaw and children were guests of her parents Mr and Mrs T. O. Hill. Miss Georgia Crutchfield has returned to ner nome at NicholaBVUIe alter an extended stay with Mrs Hiram Ray. The Protracted Meeting which was conducted by Rev. J. W. Beagle closed Sunday with eleven additions to the church. The Baptismal Service took place at the Kentucky River Suiday Morning. Serious Error In Lancaster. Lancaster Citizens Will Do Well To 12 and Pro J. S. DUKE, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. I 1 J " "wt ) - ( J i 1 m mn m m SKsBbLk A.r'L',Hf,i2 . h$WttKjQ9EBE!r2ZE "wiyw.k. .:- rnrii u.m "ltf jMcaaroayp3gtt ixsnm&wa &ffitsEi "' jz iri. w vfcwnr-rvJST:- ,ii i Vi ini , -- n zt.zt zzzn To the Man Without One I OU couldn't sell your hay in the big cities. With their thousands of horses, they form an excellent nrirps. jn(m'' market for hav. at tin-to-n but not for you. Why? Because hay is loose, fills five times the space it should, is too bulky to ship, too bulky for costly city storage because in short, you have no hay press. Bale your hay crop, and this profitable market is wide open to you. Besides this, the I H C hay press will put your hay in convenient shape for hauling, storing and feeding. It will save the waste about barn and yards that loose hay means. And you will no longer need to stack These things and more an ALjl J fit By The Felliwiig. Many fatal cases of kidney disease have reached an incurable stage because the patient did not understand the symptoms. Even today in Lancaster there are many residents making the same serious error. They attribute their mysterious aches and pains to overwork, or worry, perhaps, when all the time their rheumatic pains, backache bladder irregularities are most probably due ts weak and ailing kidneys. If you are ill, if your kidneys are out of order, profit by this Lancaster resident, s experience. George Wright, Hotel Kengarlan, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I willingly confirm all that I said some years ago praising Doan'a Kidney Pills. They do all that is claimed for them. I suffered a great deal from my Kidneys and back. Pains through my loins extended to my sides and over my kidneys. I used Doan't Kidney Pills and my kidneys became normal and the pains stopped." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Bufialo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name take no other. Doan's and B.T. HEBRON entertained a number of her friends Sunday. Born to the wife of Mr. Harrison Preston on the 24th, an eight pound boy. Miss Ollie V. Crawford out-of-doo- rs. I H C Hay Press Motor or Horse Power and convenient arrangement. Both motor and horse power presses are made in three sizes, 14x18, 16x18, and 17 x bale chamber, baling at the very lowest from six to sixteen tons per day. A comparative test will prove that they are the most convenient presses ever built. In them will be found the the bale tension and spring roller tucker, features which make for compact, uniform bundles; the toggle joint plunger; and the bale chamber of most convenient height for tying bales. Remember also that the engine of the motor press will run various small machines. Get catalogues from our nearest office and get acquainted with I H C hay presses. Office, it GndaiuH. 0.: EtmitHIj. KmitUI.. Ten.; Moulds. Ton.: New AttuT. Ui; hi; rukenlon. W. iciency 22-inself-feeder; will do for you, and your purchase is bound to be an I H C machine if you study its special features and advantages, its economical eff- ch V. International Harvester Company of America (Incorporated) Chicago USA Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded y The Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. CO the Great SCIENCE SOFE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Cow-hoBody-Ton- ic according: to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Becipes of Charlie "VThite-Koo- n, CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N Tie Cowloj HoWCst ORIGINATOR OF S CKETEIK IEMEBIES II0UI Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N & SCIERCE SOfE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky Mr. Ernest Monteomerv sold to Mr. James Parks some cattle at 4. 5. end G cents per lb. A fine boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Crank on the 27th, christened J. P. The protracted meetine at this nlaee was postponed for a week on account of the illness of the pastors wife. Mr. S. G. Vanderoool motored nvr from Lexington, Sunday and was with nis Brother Mr. J. M. VanderpooL Miss Nannie Coulter of Brvantsville. was the guest of her sister Mrs. G. W. Thompson Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Ola Vanderoool of Lexincrtnn was the charming visitor of her cousin Miss Katherine Vanderpool last week. Mr. and Mrs. Elishua Forbes of Me- Crearywere with her mother Mrs. Bettie Jackson the latter Dart of th week. Mr. Thomas Dean of Indiana. wfcii canvassing this locality as asront fnr- lightning rods, was the guest of his cousin Mr- - A. S. Dean. Mr. and Mrs. James Hnmiitnn Hamilton Valley were guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mni. gomery Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Speed Rains who has tvnhnid fever is improving, while Mrs. Jn Pierce and Mr. Eljrin Montromerv hn are victims of the same malady are very sick. Quite a crowd attended th tainment given by Miss Bettie Scott at the Bourne School Saturday pvninr The exercises were quite a success and greatly enjoyed by the audience. Mr. Edgar Duncan of this nlr n.t Miss Lillie Canter of Jessamine Co., accompanied by Mr. E. C. Montgomery and Miss Gertrude McQnerrv Amva Nicholasville last Wednesday and were united in marriage, they then return ed to the home of the eroom whprs they will reside. Their friends here extend congratulations. Garrard County, Ky., published in The Central Record for the last two weeks. we the following candidates of the three political parties, whose names appear below, to be voted for at the coming November election; realizing how much al means to our people to have an election at which there are no corrupting influences ussd, and also realizing the growth of public sentiment along this line, and ever miridful of the fact that in a government of the people, the unpurchased majority must rule, we the undersigned do most solemly pledge to the people of Garrard County and among ourselves that we are unalterbly opposed to the use of any corrupting influences whatever and do bind ourselves to use neither money nor whisky nor will we allow it to be used by another in any way to secure our election. We also further affirm that we have not in any way used any corruptiog influences whereby we have bound any person or persons to vote for us or any other candidate at the coming November election. Referring to the above agreement which was drawn and signed by the Progressive candidates on Saturday the 6th. inst. to which they are pledged, we express our great disappointment on account of the fact that this appeal has been utterly ignored by all of the canBUKNJh. VI8TA didates of the other parties. ' By their failure to come forward and R. D. McMurtry was in Lancaster agree to stand for clean elections, Wednesday. where no corrupting influences Bhall be Jesse Rogers made a business trip to used, they proclaim to the people of Cincinnati Monday. Garrard County, that they are in favor existing M. J. E. Scott was in Lexington of present conditions now within our borders, which all good Monday on business. beoDle regardless of past party affilia T. M. Scott and family spent Sunday tions must deeply deplore. gj with Mr and Mrs D. S. Lans of NicholasWe are standing, in this elections, ville. not alone for the offices, to which we Mrs T. F. Walton of BsrboorrilU (is aSDire. for if that had have been our with her parents Mr and Mrs 1. W. only motive, we should never have : been before you at this time, but we Askins. are standing for principles, which even Mrs J. E. Scott snd daughter,' Alyce our oDDonenta must acknowledge are Mabel were visitors in Harrodsburg just and right. Saturday. W e again express our deepest regret Mr. Wm Johnson and family of Dan- at the stand taken by those gentlemen, ville spent Sunday with Mr and Un who are asking the good people of this John Johnson. county to elect them to fill the various " We Mrs W. H. Fain and daughter, of offices for the next four years. had a right to have expected better Buckeye, spent the week's.end with Mr things from our opponent?, when the and Mrs Walter Fain. very foundations of this Government Messrs J. B. and G. H. Ruble and today are being undermined by just Mrs B. F. Sechrest were called Sunday such conditions as exist in this County, to Amelia, Ohio on account of the We, therefore appeal to the people of serious illness of their lister Mrs G. H. Garrard County, to show on which side Sechrest. they stand; whether they are in favor J. W. Dismukes and family, are mov of conditians as they now exist, or ing to their farm purchased in Boyle whether they are in favor of conditions county. We regret to lose such an eX' for which the Progressive party is cellent family but wish them success in contending. Signed: their new home. F. Holtzclaw candidate for Rep-J. resentative, STANFORD. J. B. Bourne candidate for County Judge R. S. Brown candidate for Sheriff. Mr Joseph Hayden, of Paris is the John. M. Duncan candidate for County guest of relatives here. Clerk. Mrs J. R. Cass of Brodhead u the G. B. Anderson candidate for Jailer guest of her daughter, Mm L. B. Hilton John Green candidate for Assessor, this week. J. C. Cricillis candidate for Magistrate Miss Ollie Baldwin, of Richmond ar i District No, I. rived Tuesday to be the guest of R. M. Moss candidate for Magistrate, relatives here. District No. 2. Harrison Ray candidate for Magistrate Mr P. G. Kempjof Louisville, was the District No. 3. guest of Dr T. W. Pennington and J. W. Coldiron candidate for Magistrate family this week. District No 4. Mrs Coc Moser is very ill at the home of her mother, Mrs W. H. Mueller. It Real Jey ef thowlaa. is feared that she has typhoid fevec. A woman take a mournful ilaas-ur- e, after sa baa purchased a. barMr Sam Fisher left Sunday for Winchester, where he has accepted a gain, la looking around aad trying to & might have nice position with the Bell Telephone find a place where bought the same article a few cents Company. cheaper. Dr and Mrs T. W. Pennington have taken rooms from Mr. Clark at the Severance house and will move to their NOW HEB FRIENDS new quarters very soon. Mrs Bell Henderson, of Paint Lick, was the guest of Mr H. J, McRoberU HARDLY KNOW HER and family Monday. Mrs Henderson went from hers to Harrodsburg. ' jS WM0X0X0) fSjgliJglHljgj "" ; t " I JOXOTOTOlO.UrlfBJrOT m To My Friends ' s IN 1 & v.v HtfiL- - bsObIOjOJV Garrard County. I am back home again for 1 m a while, after a seven months tour through the South advertising and selling my Indian dies. My Reme- trip was a selling great The North Western Cow Bov. success, more medicine.doing more advertising and getting better results than ever. I am getting hundreds of letters. testimonials and praises from all over the United States in regard to my remedies. My remedies are all on sale and always will be at nAKOTA JACK. I J. E. Stormes, and Lancaster, Ky. R. E. McRoberts & Son, mJy&kQi.MMfm iSM&W&zs iH Indian Herbs making my name famous all over the United States, for Blood, Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver Stomach, nervous and female troubles. A 45 days treatment $1.00. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment for all pain and deafness price 25 cts per pottle. Dakota Jack's Creme Soap for human skin, shaving, shampooing and bath 3 cakes 25 cts. Pursley's Indian Herbs Pursley's that's ,il K 9 School Supplies We are HEADQUARTERS for School Supplies everything the student needs in text books, tablets, rulers, pencils, straps, etc., etc We carry a well selected assortment of LfiLJitiif Self-Hllino 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. McRoberts Drug 3CZZ1E Store. 11 0 Have You Visited The Mr and Mrs Glover went to Louisville Sunday to attend the Perry Centennial Celebration. They will return in the Ford car recently purchased by Mr Welch Rochester. Btt 11 Dmo Not BotWlfa. Mm, Uafcr CkbhuCucojo Commissioner Sale GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT, Jenkins' Administrajer. et a), Plaintiffs, C. M. Jenkins' Heirs, et al. Defendants. All persons, firms and corporatibpi having claims against the estate of C." M. Jenkins, deceased, are notified that I will on October 4, 1913, in my office in the city of Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky, beginning at 10 o'clock A. M. Bit for the purpose of bearing 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 band this, September SO, C. M. 1913. nt. Heuetoa, Texas. 1 hrtcrnttm tester Iroa thta ckf. Mrs. 8. C. Burioa write M follows: "I ftb it to y duty la Ml tom what your atfidM, CaroH m voaaa'a toafc, has doaa lor bm. 1 was dowmfck with wcwaaly trouble. ad my nothar advised CTnl dWertnl fraaiMMfc. but they didat aceai to do easy food. I Hsfesed aJoaffcrthrea ar tour oatba, tad for three weeks, J was hi bad, so tick I couUat bear lor lay aa to walk screes the floor. My hinbaad advised me to fry Cardwl, Mm woaaa's teak. I have takes two baafes of CafdaL an teettag fiae, giiaed 15 aouads sad do sM of ay housework. Meads hardly kaow aw, I am so wcU." M yea staler worn Say of the ailmeats ee rem mfla to worn, dos't allow the kreusie to become ekroak. BegmtsklBg H is purely Tesjefsble, Cartt te-d-y. JMiasjredieahi acnag la s geafle. aiturtl way ea ffce weskeaed waaaaly coastitu-Va- a. Ymitua ao risk la trytag CfcrdaL M has best heJptag weak woaies back to besMh sad streagth for more msa 50 u Parlors at the ICE PLANT Open On Sunday ???? Kwilbeipyaw. Ataldeslers. and Every Evening 3E 31 U II it- - W. H. Brown, Master Garrrrd Circuit Court. Commission jmk!iv jo. uom mil AJvhMnr Ckattuaoat. Tu..- - for Special Kan frcok. miifimi wmtoMWiM-ii- w DC mr :c 3C V. V, f X vfc. ,.' The Central Record, Friday, Oct 3, 1913. Page 5 H" a i3 m H & 3 wo lame T M ""ST M 1 n . 0 H 1$ M GRAND FALL FASHION DAY OF LANCASTER'S PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS Every man 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. e5T, itdaMbaBiUsELgaaaw&js.yjs.v aCsjmr'iTHSftr i MUSIC ALL DAY BY BIG BAND. (YOU'LL BURGOO DINNER WILL BE SERVED IN THE PARK. FEEL GOOD WHEN YOU HEAR IT.) COME DO NOT MISS THIS. AND BRING THE FAMILY PATRONIZE YOUR HOME PEOPLE I Mere Are the leading Merchants mi Business Men 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 & 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. J. T. Raney Garrard Bank & & National Bank Trust Company Herndon Walker Coal, Feed, Etc. Hudson & Hughes Bailey S Lewis H. B. Northcott Millinery Mrs. Ada Kinnaird Miss Rella Arnold Real Estate Hughes & Swinebroad Lumber, Etc. Leading Citizens & Hardwares & Implements W. J. Romans J. R. Mount Son & Co. Lancaster Lumber Mfg Company Conn Bros. Haselden Bros. Insurance Ed. C. Gaines Dr. Elliott, Dr. Kinnaird, Dr. Pursley, Drs. Denny & Wheeler, J F Holtzclaw, A H Bastin, W B Barton, C A Robinson, G T Ballard, L E Herron, Central Record. Drug Stores R. E. McRoberts & Son E3 Pure Milk, Ice, Etc. Blue Grass Dairy & C. C. 5 J. E. Stormes Ice Company Many Others Have Donated for This Big Day H Make Saturday, October 4th Your Best Holiday xrtest "Will I . - L. J Or jrage 6 oeooeeoeoo ooeeoooo ST The Central Recora, Friday, Oct 3, 1913. oo oooooo tf1!! ? L nig wy.i.ai.suiuui (Edited IlyTlic Woman Club) I fif I oj After a long, hot summer it seemed early in September there would never be a return to club activity, for club women, along with all the rest of were reduced to a state of coma, but a few crisp days made things look up a bit, and not only has the prospect brightened but from the interest manifested at the last meeting the promise of a splendid years work lies before us. The last meeting was in the form of a reception, under the able management of Mrs. Will Cook and Misses Sue Shelby Mason and Anne Margaret Elkin. "A reunion of old friends" was pleasant, as well as welcoming new ones. Delightful frappe was served throuehout the afternoon. Mrs. Theo Currey, the new president, gave the address, speaking very interestingly of club nnd federation work in general and of the Lancaster Club work es pecially. The chairman of the different de partments then made short enthusias tic talks. After listening to all, one could not but be convinced, that there is no limit to the usefulness of each department, and in the coming year each chairman hopes to take advant age of the really great opportunity she has for usefulness in our communi-t- v bv develoninc her department to the fullest. The meeting of Oct. 2nd., is the Parent-Teachemeeting which should bespeak for itself a full attendance as well as interest and The meeting of Oct. 9th, belongs to the Civic department. A talk will be riven bv Mrs. James Kinnaird on Of Our Trees" anj "Conservation also a talk by Mrs. Robert blkin upon Tree Planting. All should be interested in beautifying our streets and lawns with trees. A full attendance is requested. All members who have not paid their dues for the coming year are also urged to be prompt in the matter that we may promptly meet our obligations. rs Select Your Seed Corn Now. The Kentucky Agricultural Experimental Station has issued a warning in regard to the selection of the seed corn for next year, which is both timely and wise. In view of the inferior quality of this years corn crop it is but reasonable to suppose that corn for seeding purposes next spring is going to be both high and scarce, and it behooves every farmer who has corn that is suitable for seeding purposes to sae every suitable ear, both for his own use, and because of the fact that it will command a good price at seeding time. Garrard county has come to be recognized as a splendid place to seek seed corn, and farmers who have made a practice of selecting the best of their s, crop for the market for seeding have found heretofore that their supply was inadequate to' the demand made upon them. If such has been the case in the past when the corn crop was good everywhere, then what may be expected the coming spring following a crop which was almost a failure. The same rule will apply as to tobacco seed: Garrard county has this year a tobacco crop surpassing in quality that of almost any other Burley raising county in the state, and the demand for seed next spring will no doubt be almost unprecedented. It is useless for us to go into the methods detailed as to the best manner of choosing seed corn and saving tobacco seed, for nearly every farmer is intimately acquainted with these methods, but a warning as to the high prices which may be expected for these commodities we deem not amiss at this timy. Many a farmer by saving the cream of his corn crop and a liberal supply of tobacco seed from this years harvest will find a ready demand for them early next spring, and will find himself many dollars richer by his forethought. pur-puse- !mFRB 0B , f'v mmmr fMJS r CHANGE TAX l IN OUR NEEDED WHAT AILS STATE OF KENTUCKY Facts Traveler Ascertained About One Community I CARDS. OO60O OOO 000 000000006XHWOHKHM000 (AiL U. Constitutional Amendment To Be Voted On In November EQUITABLE SYSTEM DEMANDED R. NEXT. If you want your Razor honed or a F.ETR1GG REGISTER IR0CKF0RD.IA. CORRESPONDENCE J A BEAZLEY CHANGE IN TAX LAWS NEEDED Nice Hair Cut and Shave with sharp Razor and Clean Towls. The old stand pat barber SOLICITED n cy w..a This matter must not be reprinted with' out special permission. Why Are 600,000 of Kentucky's People Living In Other 8tate7 A True Last General Assembly Passed an Story With a Moral What Do You Amendment to the State ConstituThink Funeral Director v HENRV DUNCAN Richmond Street. tion Relating to Revenue and Taxa tion. About These Conditions? and Ernbalmer A. M. BOURNE Of Interest To Music Lovers. heard with pleasure that the three great artists of the musical world are to be in Lexington this winter. The first of the three concerts will be November twenty fourth when a brilliant assemblage will greet Mr. Evans Williams, the "Great American Tenor". The second concert is JanA Good Play. uary 19th. given by the beloved Mme. "A Romance of Billy Goat Hill" Schumann-HeinThe last of these which was played last week at the Ben great concerts will be by Mischa Ali theatre, is a dramatization, by the noted violinist. This concert George D. Parker, of the novel by the will be March second. same name, which, as every one in Evan Williams is a grand man with Kentucky knows, is by the popular grand voice. -- Each year since his Kentucky writer, Alice Hegan Rice, debut has greeted him .with more and author of numerous successful books, more enthusiasm. His popularity is so two of which were made into the world well assured that a large audience is famous comedy. "Mrs. Wiggs of the is always eager to welcome him. His Cabbage Patch". voice is sympathf tic and true with a May Buckley featured as "Miss wide variation of tone color. In him Lady" and was supported by a capable are blended to a marvelous extent the company. lyric and dramatic qualities. Mr. Billy Goat Hill, is a section of LouisWilliam's rendition of Bartlett's ville, which, like the Cabbage Patch, Dream and of old folk songs as well is widely known. Persons who have as "The Messiah and arios from the and who haven't read the book, should operas have delighted devotees of be interested in seeing a play made music too long for his reception in from a work by a Kentucky author Lexington not to be a royal one. whose books have been translated into Mme. Schumann-Hein- k whose rare many languages, and whose Mrs. voice and endearing personality have " Wiggs was popular as a play even never failed to win enthusiastic ap"East of Suez". plause will delight her audience on her appearance in Lexington. One critic L'AINT I.UJK. says: "Schumann-Hein- k stood before Lexington was her audience last night erect, peerless, Mr J C Rucker of radiating power and confidence. Her with his parents Sunday. Mrs Dee Woods of Stanford is the matronly dignity has an amiable qualiguest of her sister Mrs H. L. Wallace. ty about it a friendliness that captivates, that seems to comprehend many Miss Docie Metcalf left home Mon" things. Her voice is glorious, a conday for a visit to her brother at New tralto full of fire and depth. To hear Salem, Ind. Mme. Schumann-Hein- k is to become Mrs. E L Woods and Miss Sallie one of her admirers and to live in hope Woods attended the opening at Lancas- of renewing the pleasure." ter Saturday. Miscea Elman, the "Emperor of Miss Ruby Smith, of Berea, has re- violinists" comes to Lexington for the turned home after a visit to Miss Net- first time in Marce. All music lovers tie Treadway. are eagerly awaiting this treat. To Mrs Ralph B Pitts and son Harold, of hear him play the Prize Song from the Anderson, Ind. arc the guests of her Meistersinger is to have a never to be sister Mrs Burdette Arnold. forgotten pleasure and his rendering of While engaged in a game of base ball the Humoresque is a piece of absolutely at Kirksville last Saturday, Dewey pure art. Metcalf had the misfortune to break A number of subscription tickets will his arm. be sold. These tickets are five dollars Mrs Nannie Brady and daughter of for the three concerts and will admit Frankfort have been visiting Mr and the holders to the best seats in the Mrs O L Hammack and Mr and Mrs W house. Any who desire tickets are D Hammack. asked to notify Miss Katherine Cochran of the Studio Club, 419 second street: Ben Ali, A Theatre Beautiful. many people irom the cities near For a theatre the Ben Ali is ideally Lexington are planning to become The located, being directly in front of the subscribers for these concerts. Opera House will without doubt be Phoenix hotel. In point of elaborate construction crowded to tht doors on each of these and beauty of detail it is second to evenings with a large brilliant audience of society and musical folk. none in the South. The Tiffany Studios had in charge Keeping Tea Hot. the entire decorative scheme, includAny hot drink, such as tea, may be ing the handsome drop curtain, the kept in bcaldlng condition In a tightly hangings, draperies and lights, they J sealed earthenware ar. The jar is put into wonderful execution the placed in the center of a box stuffed marvelous peacock colors, the whole with hay The tea should be poured effect being softened and mellowed by oft the leaves after proper infusion, the admirable arrangements of lights. before being placed in the jar. The lobby and foyer would do credit to a town twice the size of Lexington, the lobby being a promenade de luxe NEURITIS FOLLOWS CRIPPLED NERVES with its marble columns betweenwhich are ferns and palms. One of the fea- Painful Effects Of "Chronic Rheumatism tures is the beautiful lounging room in Quickly Routed by Rheuma. which inviting couches, soft devans and roomy chairs have been arranged It your nerves are all crippled from 80 that ladies and children may be attacks of Rheumatism, Neuritis can comfortable if tired or sick. easily get a strong hold on the nerves. The Ben Ali should be a source of This most painful disease is one of the pride not only to the people of Lexing- hardest known to expel, but RHEUMA ton but to all the blue grass towns, as can reach it if given a chance. This it is the purpose of the management testimony is positive proof. to put before them the highest class "Last march I was so crippled with productions. Lancaster people have Neuritis in left limb I could walk always patronized the other Lexington scarcely at all. Tried all remedies I theatres and we know this one will heard of andhad two physicians. Nothcome in for its share of our patronage. ing did me any good until I ured Millions who have read Louise RHEUMA; also used ENGLISH MAR-HU- E Little Women, can on Oct. 10th, and NERVALINE $2.00 worth and 11th, see Meg, Beth, Jo and Amy of your medicines surely cured me. in the same purity and gentleness that Mrs. C. E. Hayes, Russell, Ky. has hallowed them in so many mem- sold by K. is. McKoberts & Son at 50 cts. a bottle. Ones. k. n, Al-cot- It is Shipments of r.ur cotton from the United States to France alone last yeai Frankfort, Ky. (Special) The last were worth $07,000,000. General Assembly in Kentucky passed an amendment to the State ConstituCorn silage and bright, clean bay tion relating to revenue and taxation make a good raliou for dairy cows, with a view of abolishing the antiand good yields of milk lme been re- quated general property tax and subported where no other food was given. stituting a more flexible system known to be more equitable and productive The housewife may at times find It of greater revenue in other states. The tax commission appointed unworth remembering tint a pinch of soda added to milk that Is close to the der another act at the same session souring point will keep It from cur- made a thorough investigation and reported unanimously la condemnation dling on being heated. of the present law and strongly urged It would seem as if the balmy fall the adoption of the amendment by the and winter had been about offset by voters at the November election. the chilly d.iys of April and May and It is a significant fact that since the that there should be .some warm, grow adoption of the present Constitution Ing weather coining to us. in 1891, which provided that "taxes should be uniform on all property," a In waging a drnfo lion extermination large volume of personal property has campaign there is little use in diggius disappeared from the assessors rolls up the plants at tho blobboinlng period for the simple reason that such propunless the blossoms aie removed and erty was taxed out of existence or at destrojed. for If they are left many of least out of sight. The owner of a bond, for Instance, them will niatuie etxl and scatter it who received 4 Interest and was Encourage the boy by letting him called upon to pay In some instances or more in taxes either sold his have some of the money he gets for the 2, sale of stuff from the garden which he bond or failed to return It for taxahas helped care for. The Scripture tion and cash, notes, bonds, stocks In saying that "the laborer Is worthy of foreign corporations and such like inhis hire" applies to boys as well as vestments are apparently no longer men. owned by Kentuckians. Burden of Taxes Transferred. There Is no kind of garden flower This has had a tendency to transfer that Is hardier or easier to raise than It has few pests nnd the burden of taxation to real estate the violet. thrives under Jhe same general condi- and other property in sight and is not tions as does the wild violet. A root only unequal but unjust. The real estate owner has sought or two will give a very large return in satisfaction for the trouble taken to to diminish Its value and In order to protect himself transfers of property care for tucni. for "one dollar and other valuable conIn the case of both horses and cattle siderations" has demoralized the true (and folks might be added to the list) values and leaves the assessor no there is no scrub 'that is more of a guide to follow. have unblushlngly Our citizens scrub or more conspicuous than a thoroughbred scrub. Wiis means that it omitted such items In their returns takes something more than a pedigree1 for assessment and have felt justified on paper to make either a man or an In doing so. The finances of the state have fallanimal worth his salt. en Into confusion and revenue agents boards of A very convincing reason for swat- and arbitrary ting the fly now is that under average "Equalization" have failed to discover conditions it will become the grand- such property and secure their assessfather or grandmother of 1.000,000.000 ment. by the time the middle of September Under the present law every man is rolls around. The writer hasn't veri- practically his own assessor and the fied these figures by actual count, but courts have sustained the practice, as gives them ou what seems to be good the law permits no other course. authority. General Property Tax Desirable. Other states have long since recogIt may be a bomcly notion, but the inefficiency "General writer somehow has the thought that nized the Tax," and In of the states-w- e these all of the many varied floral crea- Property with tions resulting from the Ingenuity of see enterprise rewarded and wealth prhnt breeders there has been nothing accumulating, while the tendency In perfected that surpasses in exquisite Kentucky has been to hide our light coloring and beauty or in rich yet deli- and Incidentally our valuables for fear discovery. cate fiagrauco a spray of wild crab of the tax collector's Our progress has been retarded. apple blossoms. Our population diminished and aside mergardener and from the land owners and some It Is well for both chants we do not seem to have much farmer to remember that cultivation Is wealth left In the state. primarily for the purpose of stirring Money like water flows along the the soil to insure proper circulation of lines of least resistance, and if we secondarily for air and moisture and throw up a dam, however slight, it tho destruction of weeds. The one will be diverted. process serves both purposes It is true, Such a trifling obstacle as taxes, if but It is sheer folly to stop cultivation unequally distributed, may prove to there are no weeds. just because be a barrier of insuimountable proportions, however insignificant It may All animals appreciate and are the Beem from a casual view. healthier for having a dry place In No one desires willingly to become which to rest and sleep, and this Is a law breaker, a deceiver or an evacow and der, and yet he must be all of these If particularly true of the milk of the brood sow and her litter of lit- he follows the old maxim, "When in tle pigs. Many of the ills from which Rome you must do as the Romans do." the animals named suffer as well as i Is this true? Go look at the assesa good deal of loss might be prevented sors books and see where men who were greater care exercised In this one are known to be wealthy get off by particular. paying little or no taxes on personal property assessed by themselves. The writer nlanted some string beans Do self respecting men care to folthis spring when be planted radish, let low this example? tuce and peas. The plants are now In A shrewd business man may have their fourth leaf, but he has had to large Investments In bonds and fall to cover them half a dozen times to pre- - j return them for taxation by many well vent their getting nipped with the known practices of evasion. He refrost, nnd he has concluded that plant-- 1 ceives the full return on his investIng beans In early April is a good deal ' ment. like hatching chicks In February in A widow or orphan may be left that both are a bit out of season. bonds and the estate may have to be settled In court. The revenue agent Rvnrrthlnir thnt is trnnsnl.inted id finds it out and sues for omitted asthe garden these days should be safe-- j sessments of former years and the asguarded from attacks or cutworms by sessor puts them on the tax list. The wrapping the stem a couple of Inches widow and orphan are compelled to above the ground with paper. If the pay two or three per cent la taxes and worms are especially bad one should live on the remainder. preparo poisoned bran or clover, acIs such a system fair? counTaxes, in a free cording to directions recently given in these notes, and scatter it along the try, should be the least ,matter to worplant rows in the evening, so that the ry about and yet they can be made so worms will get hold of It during the unfair and Irksome they drive people away and keep others from coming In. night This is happening all the time in KenAt Rothamsted. England, Is located tucky. We have a chance to remedy this an experiment station on which experiments In crop production have been evil and If disregarded now we will conducted consecutively for a period have to wait another five years before of sixty years. Ani'ong other Interest- it presents Itself again. It is a clear duty to vote for this ing facts brought out is that wheat that has been grown every year of this constitutional amendment at the Noperiod on the same tract now yields vember election and every citizen In as many bushels per the state should vote himself and urge but acre as an adjoining tract on which his neighbor to do the same if Kenthere has been folUtwed a four course tucky Is ever to be dragged out of Its lassitude and kept In the front rank crop rotation. of progress, prosperity and peace. I one-four- th 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 John M. Farra POSTED sH QUi Residence Phone 27 A traveler recently1, while waiting to Office Phonf .'!. change cars at a llttlo town In Southeastern Kentucky, had a conversation Good Service. Prices Right. with an Intelligent business man of the LANCASTER. KY. place and ascertained the following Phone 354-facts: Lancaster, - - Kentucky. "What Is your population?" he asked. "About two thousand." "What Is your principal industry?" D. "We have none, unless stores count." you no factories?" "Have "None except a tombstone maker." "How Is your population employed?" stores, nine "Well, we have fifty-twOffice at Rainey s Livery Stable, 1 hotels and restaurants, two newspa-- -- Kentucky ancaster, pers, one laundry, one photograph gallery and two banks." "You seem to have good railroad facilities." "Yes, we have railroads running nerth, south, east and west; twenty-si- x passenger trains In and out every day and no end of freight trains." "What does the surrounding country produce?" "Coal, timber, clay, stone, corn, S. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician wheat, tobacco, fruit and vegetables." Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. "What becomes of all these?" "They are shipped to different parts of the country." CTQ n m HH "Has your town Increased In popuJ lation?" "Not much la the past twenty-fiv- e years." Physician and Surgeon. "How are your young people employed?" LANCASTER, KY. "They mostly drift away and get Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. work in the cities." "Has It never occurred to you to start a few factories and keep them at Gf Office Hours Office over home?" a.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormea' Drug Stora "Yes, It has been tried, and we at one time had a commercial club, u hose aim It was to get some factories here, but they couldn't seem to do anything." DENTIST. "What wero the obstacles?" Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. Do You Own a "Well, some people were Induced to come here and found cheap land, cheap fuel, good shipping facilities, but no Pure Bred Boar? labor, and some of the inquisitive ones asked about taxes, etc., and nothing came of It." If not, why not? Try one of my "What Is the trouble with your Durocs and watch your profits grow taxes?" "Well, you see, we have the general My spring pigs are by Sires of Pamt Lick, Kentucky. property tax In Kentucky, and when Grand Champions and out of sows they were shown the assessors' lists and found they had to pay taxes on of royal breeding Also have a few e about seventy-fiv- e different kinds of property, and all at the same rate, they bred gilts for sale Entire herd ducked." against cholera. "Is this true about the taxes?" M. K. Benny ani W. A. Wheeler "Well, It Is pretty near the facts. Prices low, quality high. SatisDoctors Of Dental Surgery. The city and county and state and Call and see schools all have to be paid, and If a faction guaranteed. Office: Stormea Bnlldingotei Hurt X Anderman starts a factory he has to pay on my herd. Phone 362-son's Furniture Store. his machinery, his raw material and KENTUCKY LANCASTER. finished goods; his cash and accounts, and, of course, on his land and buildings, and a good many other things, including his watch and stickpin, and, it he wants to educate his children, he Lancaster, Ky. must pay on the books and piano and his horse and buggy and almost everything but his shirt, and the trouble is, he never knows exactly what his taxes will be. If he omits any of the seventy-fivthings the legislature could think of and the miscellaneous things he dmust think of himself, there is the revenue agent who gets a commission on anything he can find, and then there is the county equalization board, which scrutinizes his returns and adds what It likes, and then the state board at for all occasions furnished by Frankfort takes a whack at it and generally raises the whole list, and it simAUGUST R. BAUMER ply keeps everybody going who has anything to be taxed." "Why don't you change the tax Local Agent laws?" "Well, they put the law relating to revenue and taxation in the state constitution, and it takes about five years Lancaster, Ky. to effect a change, and it is hard to get Everything for Orchard, Lawn and the voters to understand the question. The last legislature passed an amend- All Orders Appreciated. 53 Phone Garden. ment and It will be voted on at the November (1913) election, and if it Is Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. ratified the change will be made." "I live in Pennsylvania, and every town in that state as large as yours has a factory of some kind, and many I H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. RICHMOND. KY. of them several. They employ the iaUyfiiiB j ! young men and women and keep them a Training and the money they earn at home. But School for Teachers Lexington, Kentuckv. here comes my train, and all I can say Coarpltc1fataEln4ntar7 Xnte.awdlawaml life St Or is, you people should wake up, and II VIi4 la ill PuMk tine.. of your tax laws are oppressive, change HSSHsR11-- School uoanse Kentucky. 8pill ina uititw Co.w. Taiuon Trt u them, and your state will blossom like DoUtr. TwstDltriktlMdur. mltwf. the rose." wiutflsrhaol. nW mm aft I trlalC tali kiln. welleqalpi-- I stranger. I Intend inrtlMhooI,i!pTtniilof?Tlcttr, " br "Well, good-byrmatvlan. Tklrt Term JMrr KaTrmtwr 9. Second n to voto for the amendment myself, and ?T. Fwmb Term April 7, Samnf Sehmil pt" Jm It, "- -'may be others will do the same. It J. . CHADBB. Pr!d,m. Train Schedule At I ancaster, Ky. can't be any worse than the present system, and I surely would like to see some smokestacks looming up in these Arrive. parts. Farewell." No 10; a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond FROM 'REPORT OF KENTUCKY with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville: TAX REVISION COMMISSION, at Winchester with C & O to Lexing1910. mtfc ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. "So long as the state adheres to Its present system of taxation fixed by No 71; 8:35 a. m. constitutional provisions. It will ImTo Rowland & Stanford connecting pose upon its citizens a verr serious at Rowland, L & N to all points South. handicap in the competition with the No 28; 11:04 a. m. more favored cltlsens of other states To Richmond, connecting with L & In their tax laws, and must inevitably N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington lose both desirable population and Ask us to show & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. much needed capital." you the No 70; 11:50 a. m. latest in size, style To Richmond, connecting with fast about 60 farm I have train to Cincinnati. and form and letto No 27; 2:09 p. m. ranging from tering at the right To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon price. See me before Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling THE Green, and at Bardstown Junction to T. v. Jfli vi c4 & EiJHslV2LB buying elsewhere. W. Bardatown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. King the auctioneer and Wk n 5?3 V 1 if Li f 1 E To Stanford, connecting with fast ffllH mtlJwJsssMssAssBBi train to Bristol & Atlanta. real estate man. -A. Auctioneer. S In v 5 o a Or. Wm. Pryor, o 8 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. I8 ' 5 2 3 W. M. ELLIOTT, ft Mr. Farmer H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, OfficeHoursI. B. F. Robinson, e Out Flowers an- TREES ruif & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES. Floral Designs Shrubs, Asparagus, es Phlox. Etc. Rhubarb.Peon.es. Ros Glass B. Carrier I iii Dom-tl 0aKlRK t' - A p- - Sp-tn- L. &N. 0 5.-0- Stthttatuma lEtujratei. VERY $500.00 $40,000. if Central Record. . t b, ? The Central Record, Friday, Oct 3, i913. U Page 7 I I I We Announce our Annual- i - I 1 1 VI ij & I 1 1 i i i We extend a cordial invitation for all to visit the Ladies' Fashion Shop of Lancaster. fis I Is in J.J. mS Jos eph All Ob JL Jl roads lead to Lancaster October 4th, '; I r. I ere m til V Co Beasley Bros Bay Caitle. 1 1 D sectors Use This for Eczema' Dr. Holmes, the well known sl;In sne- of Ilealtli, Dr. Evan. cays: "There is almost no relation be- cialist writes. "I am convinced that the tween s!.ln diseases ami Hie 1j1oo1." The D.D.D. Prescription is as much a bpccillc thro- kU the pMn. for eczema as quinine for malaria. 1 - cured fKIii must The Kernw must bo washed out. and so have been preset ibing the D.D D. remedy aso lioen l take away the itch It relies have luiisj a lvanerd iiliysicians of for years." you apply it. T!ie ti'o.st the instant this country are now agreed en this, and we are what D.D.D. In ure prescribing a wos'i of wintergreen. will fact,for you so sure ofwill bo glad do that we thvmol and otlior ingredients for eczema to lot you have a Jl bottle on our guarThis comsnd all other skin diseases. Prescription antee that it will cost you nothing vn as D.D.D. pound is hno-vless you find that It does the work. for Eczema. R. E. McRoberts & Son. n foip About 15" V?.t . 5 v7'vrf7V7 S LtJ &ie tzsrn ii. v,ui..v,. A unci luumcn ci Goings ly Thoit Vv't Are Mercittd i- r..!n ?! In. ; I !rf W. B. Burton was a recent visitor in llustonville. Rev. Beagle is in Covington Ky., for a few days. Mrs. Henry Moore was a visitor in Danville Tuesday. Mrs. W. II. Brown is in Broadhead for a visit to friends. Dr. Win. Burnett was in Louisville for a short stay this week. Mrs. iC HE To Draw Your :c 31 IC 3L" ATTENTION we are this week making special efforts hi every line of the Norton Infumary for treatment. Mr. Clarence Hicks of Richmond was the recent guest of Miss Minerva Cox. J. A. Amon is in Louisville at Dry S Fancy Goods , domestic and imported novelties. There is a wide range of your daily needs here awaiting your inspection, and we guarantee the qualrties to be exactly as represented. We invite you to call in and look the goods over. It will do nobody any harm if you don't buy at once. fern jg&F l, D Mrs. Mattie P. Fiisbie will leave this week for a stay with friends in Danviile. Mrs. B. L. Kelly, of upper Garrard, is with her brother Mr. Wm BroudJus Ul IMUlftbUUl V. , ,..,! Mack Hughes the well known Danville horseman was a vi&itor in Lancas- ter Wednesday. R. B. Spindle Jr. of Norfolk Va. was the guest for several days of Miss Let-t- y May McUoberts. Miss Mamie Davis of Jacksonville, Fla., is here for a visit to her cousin Miss Kathleen Walter. Also see our handsome line of SUITS and COATS. Make our store your shopping place October 4th, 1913. W R. S. BROWN. 31 n Mrs. Lelty Ware returned Saturday from a stay of eight weeks with relatives in Hopkinsville. Mr. R, H. Batson is at home after a visit to Judge Homer Batson and Mrs. Batson in Louisville. . Mrs. S. II. Pollett was called to Rectorville on account of the serious illness of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Givens Terrill and children will leave Garraid soon to reside in the far north west. Mr. and Mrs. O. U. Terrill. of Jenkins Ky., are guebts of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. ir you Knead The DOUGH made with our flour about half as long as you fake with ordinal y brands. That's a saving of labor. It takes much less of our 1 WHITE SWAN FLOUR to make a loaf or a cake than it does of many other flours. That's a saving of money. It takes less time to bake too-That'- Mrs. Hayden Leavell has been in Preachersville with her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thompson. Misses Sophronia and Mary Lynn Fox of Lincoln were in Lancaster Saturday for the millinery opening. Mrs. Wm. Fitzpatrick is at home after a protracted stay with her daughter Mrs. Louis Guynn of Canada. Mrs. Hugh Hemphill of Nicholasville is here for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. Arnold and the Misses Arnold. W. I 1 s a saving of time. FLOUR. You need our WHITE SWAN : I Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills i Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendren have mmmm&x 'mmmmmfY0m mmioi)s i?ti&iktkttgiiASa&eiBfia returned to their home in Richmond after a visit to the Misses Prather. Misses Minnie, Bessie and Jennie Brown have been in Kirksville with their sister Mrs. Raymond Hendren. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Harris, of Stanford, werejthe guests of Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris Saturday and Sunday. ISN'T IT I Annovmg to have the fire go on a strike just when you need it most? Have you ever thought the trouble may be in the coal? JfiS9 i 1 i Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson left this week for a stav of several davs with her sister Mrs. B. D. Herndon in Dan- vine. Mr" and Mrs. Smith of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. II. Clay Hamilton, and little daughter, Miss Thelma, motored to Lexington Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Denman, of Nicholasville, motored to Lancaster Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henley V. Bastin. Miss Try a ton ir so of our clean, coal. Plenty of people have had their fire go back on them until after they had tried our coal. Now they hayen't a bit of trouble. Worth a trial anyway. Alberta Anderson is at home I Lancaster Lumber & M'fg i?" Go. from Danville where she has been taking a special course in Stenotype under her aunt Miss Dove Harris. Mrs. J. M. Lay ton, of Cincinnati, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boggs, of Richmond, motored to Lancaster Sunday and were guests of Mr. add Mrs. J. D. Gulley. Miss Kathleen Walters was hostess for a well appointed luncheon on Wednesday evening, the honoree being Miss Mamie Davis of Jacksonville Fla. Mr. W. H. Whaley of Paris, was a Misses Dove Harris and Sadie Cecil pleasant visitor in our town Sunday. have been recent visitors in Lancaster Mrs. Belle Perkins has been in Stan- being entertained by Misses Kate and Messrs. Joe ar.d ford visiting her daughter Mrs. J. C. Lillian Kinnaird Tercy Burnside, of Lancaster, were in Eubank3. Danville Wednesday .... Mr. and Mrs. Mr. R S. Brown was in Cincinnati Leonard Miller, of Lancaster, were Mr this week for the pui chase of more visitors in Danville Wednesday Adolph Jo&e;)h. one cf Lancaster's dry goods. leading merchants was in Drmilii Miss Mayme Bastin left Sunday to yesterday .... Mr. James N. Denny, continue her studies at the Art School one of Garrard county's prominent in Cincinm ti. farmers and leading citizen, was in Mr. Mrs. B. M. Lear and daughter Miss Danville yesterday on business. Mary, of Paint Lick were guests ot Denny is a leaaing figure in cvei movement for the btltenn.int of his friends here Monday. community. Messeng- - r Mrs. Bridy, son, and daughter, of Frankfort have been visiting Mr. and One of the most delightful social affairs of several seasons was the porch Mrs. Jas. II. Dalton. party gi en by Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Mrs. Ann Robinpon was called tr Thomas at their beautiful new home n Richmond by the critical illness of her West Main street. The event was i: brother-in-lahonor of their house guests, Miss Kutir Mr. John Parks. Simpson, of Lai.caster and Miss Helen Mrs. Wm. Sebastian end daughter May of Somerset. 'the brilliantly Mils Pearl of Richmond are guests ol lighted library, where the hosts at.u Misses Bessie and Eunice Prather. honor guests received, and the spacious room where tables were arranMr. and Mr3. Robert Elkin and Reid, motored to Lexington Sat- ged for games were attractively decourday to see "A Romance of Billy rated with ferns and other plants. The large porch presented a cozy and fesGoat Hill". tive appearance with its swings, seats Miss Katie Simpson is expected home Japanese lanterns at one end in a pictomorrow from an enjoyable visit of turesque setting. Miss Bessie Mustain some length to Mr. and Mrs. II. E. gracefully presided over a punch bowl. Thomas of Horse Cave. Late in the evening a tempting course in pink and white was served; this was Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simpson and one of the most successful and enjoylittle daughter Elizabeth Logan will able features. At a late hour the motor to Lexington for a short visit to guests departed, enthusiastic in praisMrs. Simpson's relatives. ing their genial hosts, the beauty of Mrs. J. S. Pollard has n turned to the new home, the charm of the and the highly enjoyable time. her home in Alexandria Ind. after Hart County (Horse Cave) Herald. spending a spending a short time with friends in the Paint Lick section. Mrs. C. Conner Brown, of Louisville, Little Miss Anna Belle, the beautiful ha3 been the recipient of much social little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. attention during her short stay in LanTurner, has been ill for several days, caster. Numerous entertainment have but we are glad to say is much improv- been given in her honor, among which ed. are the following; Mrs. W. L. Lawson elegant G o'clock dinner Mrs. C. C. Brown, who has been presided at an evening of the 25th, Mrs. J. E. with Mrs. Mattie Duncan, went Tues- oa the an elaborate luncheon day to the home of Mrs. E. C. Gaines, Stormes gae Friday, covers being laid for ten; Mi:s where she was a visitor for several Jennie Duncan was hostess of a condays. genial dinner party Friday evening; Mr. Sam M. Denny has returned Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith presided at a from Battle Creek Mich., where he handsome one o'clock dinner at her went for treatment, and while he is home, the Presbvterian Manse Mrs. S. much improved by his trip, is yet feel- C. Denny was hostess of an elegant ing badly repast at C o'ch ck Satutday; Mrs. E. Fiiends will regret to learn that Mrs C. Gaines was hostess of a reception, Jesse Cook of Lexington, who is known Tuesday afternoon, at her home in the here as Miss Lettie Brown, is quite ill York annex; Mrs. Robert Embry preat the Mayo Bros. Sanatorium in sided at an elegant dinner at high nocn on Wednesday at her attractive home Rochester Minn. in Hill Court; Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird has Miss Edna Kavanaugh writes she is issued invitations to a handsome dinner well pleased and happy in her new to be served this Thursday evening; home, St Augustine, Fla., and hopes to Misses Jane and Mary Doty have issee some Lancaster tourist's in that sued invitations to a 12 o'clock dinner, beautiful city this winter. Friday Oct. 3rd. Mrs. Malinda Cotton a life loig Mrs. Mattie Duncan gave one of the friend of the Record, who has made handsomest social functions of the year her home in Kirksville for many years, on the afternoon of the 24ih, the brilhas moved to her home on Richmond liant affair being complimentary to Mrs. Ave. Our boyhood days are pleasant- Duncan's house guest, Mrs. C. Connor ly connected with Mrs. Cotton and we Brown of Louisville, Airs. G. C. Farris wish her many years of happiness. of Denver, Colorado and Mrs. J. RockMr. Raymond King, who has been well Smith of this city. The inviting visiting his parents Mr. ar.d Mrs. W. domicile on Lexington Avenue was in T. King, left last week for his home in gala array for the auspicious occasion, Cement Calif. He goes via Washing- palms, ferns and other potted plants ton D. C. New York, thence across the gave an embellished appearance to the the chosen Dominion of Canada and down the attractive apartments, Pacific coast home. His trip will con-sa- flower for the elaborate decoration beabout ten days and is an ideal ing the popular autumn blossom, golden rod; Mrs. S. C. Denny extended the one. first word of welcome at the outer porMiss Katie Simpson during her stay tal, little Miss Lucile Ramsey presentin Horse Cave has been the recipient ed the silver card tray and Mrs. E. C. of much attention, there having been Gaines continued the cordial hospitality several elaborate social affairs given in the hall way; the honor guests stood in her honor. She is the guest of Mrs. in the receiving line with Mrs. Duncan, H. E. Thomas, who was before her while the visitors arrived in two asMiss Helen Thurmond, for marriage semblages, hours from 3 to 4, and 4 to merly a frequent visitor in Lancaster 5: the elegant luncheon was beautified many friends, where she has with the prevailing color scheme, yel Misses Angle Kinnaird, Margaret low and white, the menu being the Morrow and Lydia Elmore are together achievement of a Lexington caterer and delighted with Indianapolis. whose artistic ability was shown in the Charlie Doty is missed in Lancaster, delicious ices, dainty confections and but Danville is near enough for him to decorated cakes ornamented with a come home often, while John McRob-ert- s, floral design of golden rod. Floyd and Ashley Swope seem to be at home in Lexington, Dan Collier Fresh Ovsfers. Elkin is still delighted with Yale, as is Currey Robinson with the Capitol City. Fresh oysters in the bulk; also good We miss all these boys and girls, but celery and fresh fruits of all kinds at 9 thope our loss is their gain. Zimmers. w Miss-Anhon-ore19-4- Under the caption "Big Cattle Deal" the Lexington Leader iiub'ished the following news item from Paris:- "One of the biggest deals in cattle nvide in this section for some time was that when John Marr sold and delivered to Beasley Bros , of Fayette county, ninetyseven head of old cattle. Foi ty nine head which averaged 1,200 pounds wei-- sold for S8 iser hun- dred and t'le remaining forty-eigh- t averaging 1.S0O pounds brought $7.75 per bundled." The above article refers to "Dick and Pony Beasley, formerly of this county, and :.!so indicates that they are among the most extensive dealers in Big Cattle in the state. Banker D. B. Hampton Consents To Talk Before The Clatk Counly Grand From i YOU'LL riNB IT IN THIS COLUMN, V Fresh oysters, celery and cranberries, at Currey 's. tf Fresh Oysters. Celery and Cranberries this week. W. B. Ball. For Sale Decker Bros, upright piano. Apply at th:3 office. Fresh oysters, celery and cranberries, at Theo Currey's. tf Bring us your hams. est market price. better than Will pay highW. B. Ball. Try a load of our coal it may be you have had. Garrard Milling Co. Jury And Is Released Custody. 12 Cabinet photograi.hs 1. 29 Dora '3 gallery, short time only, open evtry day. Banker I). B. Hamilton of Winchester, who for the failure to answer questions before the Clark county Grand Jury in the Election probe being con ducted there, has been finrd 30. per day for the last several das by Judge Benton, and who has been in custody for contempt, on Tuesday submitted a preposition to the Gr.md Jury, the giit of which is as follows: That he would appear before that body and divulge the names of two men to whom he had given money to be used in the recent primary election, piovided the men jn question would be immediately indict-i?- J and trL'd, and he would then pay their fines, and all grand juries in future should be rigidly instructed as to the enforcement of the election laws. This proposition was accepted and two prominent citizens were indicted and lined, Jude Benton giving them the mir.imun of $50 each, it being their first offense, and also withholding the disfranchisement part of the p. nalt . Mr. Hampton assured the court, as he did the Grand Jury in his statement that it was not his intention or desire to set at defiance the laws ot the state of Kentuckv, but that it was his understanding that he would not be required to give testimony that would tend to criminate himself, and as another reason that he did not wish to purchase immunity for himself at the expense of nis inenus, anu mat. lie wou'anavecoi- tinued to with hold his testimony had not the gentlemen in question voluntarily given their consent that he divulge their names. Judge Benton in a short comment upon the matter expressed his p'easure at the manner in whic1' it had tei If vou want to by a farm, see W.T. King the auctioneer and real estate lnan1 pd. R. II. SwaffieM, of the Globe Tailoring Co. Cin., will be with me Monday and Tuesday. Oct Cth and 7th. Call and have your measure taken for a fall suit and overcoat. II T. Logan. Our Automobile is for hire at any and all times and as cheap or cheaper than other. Herndon & Walker. Fresh Oysters. Fresh oysters in the bulk; also good celery and fresh fruits of all kinds at Zimmer'a. We are making cement Block slabs, Pier block, chimney blocks, yard fence block any design or kind. Call and see. Garrard Milling Co. Do You Wan! A farm? If so write or see W. T. Ewirg Harrodsburg. Ky. Splendid farms ranging from $50 te 100 an acre. t-f While in Lancaster Saturday. Oct. 4th, call on us and let us show you how we can save you money. We will give away $502. worth of valuable premiums absolutely free. H. T. Logan. Fresh Oysters. Fresh oysters in the bulk; also good celery and fresh fruits of all kinds at Zimmer's. I have three good farms to sell at a bargain, if sold Of course you will be in in the next 30 days. Apply town Saturday Oct- - 4th, to W. T. King, the auc- and if you will call at our tioneer and real estate office we will make you a man. special price on First PatFarm For Sale ent Flour in barrels and My farm of 77 acres, situated on the sax. Don't neglect this op- Lancaster and Richmond pike IJ miles portunity as this special from Graded School J mile from Public Within 2 miles price will only be made on School. grass, but 15 of 4 churches. All in Good acres. this one day to introduce improvements, splendid orchard a this new flour. Hudson & Hughes. bargain if sold in the next 30 days. Burdett Ramsey. Paint Lick, Ky. Route '? (F F A ub n D You cTWiss 3 HE 3ME 1 i are invited to inspect our first showing of the season's latest 9 1 IL JIillinery styles, on SATURDAY, OCT. 4th. L Rella Arnold 3 DOC 3 s .1 '. r-a- ge 8 CONTEST The Central Record, Friday, Oct 3, 1913. 1 LosT:-Cubutton monagram W. C. P. Return to Record Office. ff Lost: Vest pocket memoranda book, either at Burton's sale or between the in at the last moment without the name sale and Lancaster, on day of sale. and address of a subscriber. Return to Record office or John M. COME TO TOWN SATURDAY. continued from page n All the contestants and their friends are invited to attend the closing of the Record's Big Contest on next Saturday. Without a doubt, it will be the biggest day in the History of Lancas ter. The merchants of this city will have a big Fall Fashion Display and this alone will attract hundreds of women. All arrangments have been made for a Grand Free Burgoo Dinner, a Band Concert and other attractions. It will be a day that no one in this part of Kentucky can afford to miss. Rem ember. YOU'RE ALL INVITED. Farra. Attention Oddfellows. A meeting of importance is called for Fridsy evening at 7:30 and every member is requested to be present. Willie Cox, N. G. Card Of Thanks. desire to express my sincere grati-kindl- y tude to the good people who so helped me in my long illness. I assure jou that it was all appreciated and I will always be grateful to you for it, Will H. Conn. I Teachers Institute The Mercer, Boyle and Garrard will conAH contestants and their friends vene in Danville next week. The Garshould come early in the morning and rard county teachers will all attend, be prepared to gather in the subscrip- and there will be no school next week, 1 tions. It will be an unusually good op thereby giving the kiddies a very welportunity for you to meet your friends come holiday. and secure their subscriptions Itsome-tirae- s happens that the subscriptions Mrs. Sanders Returns. secured the last day of the contest are Mrs. Allisnn F. Sanders who has been the ones that make a contestant a winin the Gibson Infirmary at Richmond, ' ner. Bring in your friends, give them receipt books and get them working for where she recently submitted to an you. Get out and hustle every minute operation, reiurnea nome on last rn-daMrs. Sanders while not entirely of the time from now until the closing well, is very much improved and it i3 hour of the contest. Gather in all possible subscriptions. This will be a hard hoped and thought that her recovery fought race and you will need every will be rapid and complete. vote and subscription that you con posThe Burton Sale. sibly get to make you a winner. The personal property of the late IMPORTANT. Mrs. Mary A. Burton was held by the If there is any mistake in the administrators, Messrs R. L. and W. count of any contestant's vote up B. Burton at the late home one mile to the present dale or if there has northeast of Buckeye on the 25th, day been any mistake in issuing any of of September, a week ago Thursday. M. cried the sale and the vote Ballots the error must be Cap't I. A. Dunn Mr. D. Thomas acted as clerk. called to the attention of the Con- The land had previously been disposed test Manager before ne.t Saturday of privately, 60 acres of it to Mr. John noon. Otherwise, the standing as Miley Amon at $115. per acre and 60 published today must be accepted acres to Prentiss Walker at $93. per as Correct and will be used by the acre. Following is a list of the principal Judges in toatling the final stand- sales:-on- e pair 5 year old work mules ings at the close of the Contest. to W. B. Burton, $465; 13 yearling If there is anything about the clos- mules, sold in pairs, brought on avering of the contest that you do not age $118. each; one mare and colt $210; understand, ask the contest manager at one pony colt $40; one pair 2 year old once. Stratched, torn or mutulated mules $275; sixteen 1000 pound feeding cattle to Thomas Smith of Clark counballots will be promptly discarded. Immediately after the count for this ty at $71.20 per head; 40 yearling cat issue was made, the ballot box was tle, 700 pounders to Mr. Sallee of locked and sealed and the keys turned Fayette county at 843. per head; 5 over to the judges. All votes that are 800 pound yearling cattle to Sam 00 polled hereafter will be counted by the Anderson at $50.25 per head; pound yearling cattle to Ed Chandler judges after the contest is over. at $34, per head; 13 yearling cattle JUDGES OF THE CONTEST. The following well known gentlemen $36. per head; 2 milk cows $40. each; will act as Judges of The Central 2 calves $25. each; 50 sheep to Prentiss pound Record's Big Prize Contest which closes Walker at $4.25 per head; 00 shoats to V. A. Lear 6$ cents; two next Saturday, Oct. 4th at 2 P. M. W. F. Champ, Cashier Citizen's sows to same, $20. each, old corn brought $4.00 per barrel, while new National Bank. J. W. Elmore, Cashier Garrard Bank corn sold for $3.50 in the heap. Farm ing implements and household and and Trust Co. Robt. T. Embry, Assit. Cashier kitchen furniture realized fairly good prices. National Bank. A large crowd was in attendence WARNING. and John Sewell had prepared a splen- - i ine iontest Manager issues a did dinner, including in his menu a Warning that no checks will be splendid quality of burgoo, and in suf--' accepted on Oct. J, 2, 3, and 4 the ficent quantity to feed the assembled last four days of the contest. If crowd. BE ON THE JOB. ! y. 18-620-1- Bring Pa and Ma. Sister and Brother, Aunty and Uncle alid all your friends and relations. Your neighbors will all You will meet friends you Dts here. have not met for years. From reports that have been coming to the office of the Central Record the past week, it seems that almost everybody in this part of the state will be in Lancaster on Saturday, Oct. 4th. Don't make any other arrangments for that day but come early in the forenoon and make it an all day holiday. Union Services End. Ufl SATURDAY, If You Wish To Hl HHMBHt tf The last of the Union Services for this season was held in the Auditorium at the school building last night, and until the coming of the heated season again, the various denominations will in their respective hold services churches. ly IT'S VOTE NOW OR NEVER The Central Record's Big Prize Contest Closes Institute In Danville Next Week. tT See Your "FAVORITE" Win This Handsome E5 If Si fh a h a RilTFIT 1 OR ONE OF THE OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES " I 1 r 23A s s?'3'w f " aBJHfcfllU)Kiy.777CjMud2awn . &- - tf&?rSii- - C?rS HXxdZU-J- ? - JSBP'?!'?' ,'. ir oj . ' i -- 'tti&TS. tT. ., - - '" ." '. . 3j ifet -- f ?:'&& ;wga then subscribe or renew your subscription before the closing hour and get your friends to do likewise. MAKE YOUR "FAVORITE" A WINNER Subscribe or renew your subscription at once. Don't go back on your "Favorite" at this eleventh hour. Make he or she a winner at all Inzards. You certainly would feel migthy mean if your candidate lost the Capital Prize just for lack of the votes your own subscription woi Id bn'r.g and ou h2d not turned in your subscription. Don't let this happen but hurry over to the office of the Central Record before the closing hour of the contest and subscribe or renew your subscription for another year, or longer. It is a small matter to you but it means a lot to the candidate you want to win. All indications point to a close finish and your favorite will need every vote and subscription he or she can possibly get, to win. Many and many a big prize has been lost in campaigns of this kind by a very narrow margin of four or five thousand votes or less than the number of votes one subscription would bring. It cost nothing extra to vote. Votes are given with each subscription to the Central Record. Ask for them when you pay your subscription. A new one year subscription brings 22.800 votes, a new five year subscription brings 120,000 votes etc. you take checks for subscriptions have them made payable to yourself and convert into cash before making final settlement. VOTE SCHEDULE. COOO00CMaq0000MOC 00000' FARMER'S COLUMN 000000O0Mt006 OO000000' Following is the number of votes that will be issued on subscriptions during the remaining days of the contest. NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS. 10 years 8years 5 years 3years 2 years lyear OLD SUBSCRIPTIONS. dpace below this beading Is lot the excla-lv- e ate of our farmer subscribers, and Is for (he sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No will be 234,000 lines, andnotice be only accepted oer four will la two issues of the 188,000 ecokd, free of charge 120,000 A good yearling, bay pony for sale. 74,000 Miss Anna Bell Burnside. 51,000 Lancaster, Ky. 22,800 k sow with white stripe in 80,000 face will weigh about 140 lbs. 60,000 W. R. Cook, Phone No. 44. 36,000 e and lot, store room for 20,400 and stock of goods. Alex Prewitt, 15,600 Hackley, Ky. 4,800 LOST:-BIacSALE:-Hous- Look Over the List of CandidatesPick Out Your Favorite Come To the Central Record Office Before the Closing Hour of the Contest Subscribe or Renew Your Subscription and Help Make Your "Favorite" a Winner j i v 10 years 8 years 5 years 3 years 2 years 1 year Votes cannot be bought they must be secured on subscriptions. No vote bal lots will be issued in blanks they must bear the name of the contestant. Don't let your competitor bluff you out. Stick to the finish and win. Under the system this contest is con ducted it is impossible for anyore to get an "inside tip" no one not even the Contest Manager knows how many votes any of the contestants have. GO IN TO WIN OR FOREVER HOLD YOUR PEACE. The race is up to you and your friends. George D. Robinson purshased of John Pepples a pair of 5 year old mare mules for $500. This was an extra good pair of mules and topped off Mr. Robinson's southern shipment nicely. District Miss Lillie Mae Jones " Jennie Cox No. 1 340,900 149,800 312,800 159,600 186,900 57,800 156,700 249,900 234,700 569,400 300,400 BRYANTSVILLE. KY. MANSE PAINT LICK, U. R. NO. 2. LANCASTER. Miss Flossie Mae Teater 53,400 Miss Willie Calico ' Florida Boain Mr Otis Gooch COY. KY. HYATTSVILLE. KY. 293,900 434.900 469.800 47,900 73.800 97,200 278,900 234.700 84,900 159,900 KY. Hair Hints Worthy The Attention Of People Who Wish To Preserve The Hair. News Of The Churches. Preaching at the Methodist church Sunday morning and night- - All members are urged to be present. The Rivival meeting conducted by Rev. Beagle at Buckeye closed on Saturday night with 11 for Baptism The Ladies of the Baptist church, placed a beautiful new Piano in the church last Tuesday. Never use a brush or comb found in public places, they are usually covered with dandruff germs. Shampoo the hair every two weeks with pure soap and water, or a good ready propared shampoo. Use Parisian Sage every day, rubbing thoroughly into the scalp. This delightful and invigorating hair tonic, which R. E. McRoberts & Son sells in a large 50 cent bottle, is guaranteed to quickly abolish dandruff to stop hair falling and scalp from itching or mon ey refunded. To put life and beauty into dull, dry or faded hair and make it soft and fluffy surely use Parisian Sage it is one of the quickest acting hair tonics known. Christine Pollitt ' Mamie Lee Marsee " Ida May McQuerry " Nettie Farmer " Bessie Austin ' D.ella Rice Hughes Mr Rice Terril " Joe Cabell Ramsey " Dean Zanone " Miss Ruth Arnold Mr Charley Sanders BEUNA VISTA, KY. 102.900 105,000 Miss Peachie Mae Sanders Mrs. Mary Clouse HACKLEY. KY. Miss Lelia " Barnett Ruth Lane " Alyce Mabel Scott " Hazel Ogg ' Ural Blakeman CAMP NELSON, KY. 90,700 589,900 230,400 109,500 310,700 Miss Edna Burnett Grow Christine Prewitt SPAINEY, KY. Miss Ina Scott STANFORD, KY. District No. 2 LANCASTER, P. O. Miss Sarah Hundley 439,900 540.800 Miss Nora Kaufman 357,900 502,900 200,800 299,200 378,600 Miss Brunette Arnold PAINT LICK. KY. " Virgie Rathwell HEDGEVILL, POINT LEAVEL LANCASTER R. R. I. Miss Judith James Daniel " Margaret L. Herring MARCELLUS. KY. Miss Flora McBeth 60,900 158,700 17,900 24,900 102.700 75,700 " 47,800 175,400 CRAB ORCHARD. KY. Miss Wade Lee Park MARKSBURY, KY. Miss Jessie Parks ' Nellie Beazley MCCREARY, KY. " " " Udora Douglas Susan Butt Ison McCIure GILBERTS Ida Lee Campbell Miss Annie Blanks " CREEK. Beulah Sutton Miss Lillie Mae Sutton 616,800 - Miss Mary Eliza Holtzclaw tmnmmMmmmmmmtmmttm tjt -. ,-