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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 26, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914032601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 26, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $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 VN1ARNJ8HED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWRNTT FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 26, 1914. Judge Clayton A. Arnold is fast esGoing to be some big hemp as well tablishing for himself a reputation as as tobacco crops in Garrard county this "a marrying Judge", and after hear- year. ' iner of the ease and erace with- - which I he performed his first ceremony, coup-- J Will someone please explain who has les bent on treading the matrimonial charge of the dispensation of the weaOn path have sought his services. ther when the ground hog time expires? Monday he united the destinies of VerSeven inches of snow "on a level" non Lamb aged 18 and Alice Brock, was the guage of last weeks fall, the same age, both of the Cartersville deepest of the season, and it came vicinity. after the sleds had been put away for the season. Will Probated. Judge Harris' window gardens are already beginning to show green and prospects are that his plants will be "big enough to set out" long before thj weather will permit of their setting The will of the late Zack Elkin was admitted to probate in the county court on Monday. Mr. Elkin gave to the children of his deceased daughter Lou Ann Smith, four in number, ten shares of stock in the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. of Lancaster. The residue of his estate; including a tract of land consisting of 157 acres below Bryantsville, he gave his daughter Mrs. Cecil Beatty. Messrs R. E McRoberts. J. W. Elmore and F. S, Hughes were appointed appraisers of the estate. Mr. R. L. Elkin was named in the will as and appeared and qualified and executed bond as such. ex-ect- NUMBER 51 The "Jowl and greens" season is be; ing sadly delayed. The Marrying Judge. The Confederate Reunion. If all the government garden seed that has been distributed in Garrard county during the last few months is planted and prove successful, we should be able to supply the world with garden sass." The kiddies have already commenced counting the days until school is out. The school kids have also discovered that the next holiday will fall on Saturday May, 30th. Decoration day. Ain't it awful Having Hard Time. Our Spring Line of Buggies Anyone have arrived. contemplating buying a Commissioners Sales. Good Job e should come to our store and look them over. As to quality there is none better and we can suit you in price. We also handle Grain and Tobacco Fertilizer. Try some on your Tobacco beds this Spring and get better and stronger plants. Lewis Faulkner, a well known for the third time in a Lexington hospital undergoing treatment for his eyes. color- ed man, is again and Child Burned. son of Mr. and Mrs jj LIVE AND LET LIVE." MUM 53 3MTUu I Ky. sZ - Lancaster, & $33!32&3ESS3i33e& I MERCHANTS D 1 SB During this, the big consuming season, we carry ample stocks of I iV, California Pink Beans, "Fall" Beans, Navy Beans and Other Varieties. Our prices are attractive, as we are buyers of car lots. KELLOGG WHOLESALE GROCER'S. & CO. Incorporated. RICHMOND, KY. rfF 3HG SHE mu 80GGIES, WAGONS and Harness. Now is the time to have your old Buggy painted and made 'sto look as good as new. Bring them in before the rush. Great Bargains In Four car loads to select from. Also a large stock of harness. I cari save yau. money as I have no rent to pay, no clerks to hire and no partner to divide profits with. DUgg ies. 3E W. J. ROMANS dqg 3G . acting dramatic critics of New York and Chicago as Bayard Veiller's ab James Flannery, who reside near sorbing new human interest drama of Hyattsville, was severely burned last modern metropolitan life. "Within the week by its clothing becoming ignited Law" which the management of the while standing before an open grate. Ben All", Lexington is to offer on Fri The little one was painfully though not Wholesale and Retail Hardware. day and Saturday, March 27 28 and fatally hurt. JE; . Saturday matinee. Preached In Lancaster 43 Years Ago. "This Play", says Acton Davies in Rev. Charles K. Marshall of Richthe "New York Evening Sun" "is set mond Ky. filled Bro. Tinder's pulpit at forward on the programme as a melo the Christian Church last Sunday, ter at 86. per acre. drama, and the man who writes the Bro. Marshall morning and evening. advertisements calls it 'a drama of the had charge of the Christian .Church at minute. It is both. The killing that It Can't Be Avoided. this place 43 years ago, and there were is done in the course of the narrative It is a well known fact to the major is accomplished with a revolver that those to hear him upon this occasion who sat under his ministrations so long ity of the readers of their weekly "home shoots smokeless powder and is rigged ago. He was accorded a hearty wel- paper", that the copy for that sheet with a Maxim silencer. When the kilwas not all prepared upon the day of ler finally has. the crime fastened upon come to his old church. t publication. No sooner is one issue olf him, he says to the police inspector, the press than preparations are com- with conscious pride of one who Dr. Hunt's lecture is instructive and entertaining. Masonic Fraternity Hakes Merry. It is an inspiration menced for the following weeks edition, has done a good job with a high sense to young persons and a tonic to older ones. The opportunity to hear Most Eminent Grand High Priest, and as soon as the compositors aie of artistic valuta: 'I guess that's the Hon. William Carscn Black of him should not be missed. through "throwing in", copy must be first time a guy was ever croaked with heie today, Thursday, and is at hand to keep them. busy. It is one of them', and, as the inspector in the lodge room of Lancaster Chapter disconcerting however, when nods, the slayer continues: 'Some clssa, No. 56, Royal Arch Masons will exem- rather Royal Arch one is inspired by a beautiful spring eh?, and strolls oir to take his mediplify the four degrees Jof like day in the eary part of the week. Masonry. w degree teamMr. Black brought his own to write an article on the weather. cine "Withinin the Law" has a story with him. consisting of gardening, fishing and such like topics back of the shooting, in which a joung twelve men, the most proficient in that Admission 25cts. Children 15cts. peculiar to spring like weather, which girl goes to prison while not guilty, particular branch of Masonry in the really existed when the article was comes out and evolves a scheme for state. written, and when the paper goes to making society Sat-- 1 'give up' without Ashby Arnold Sale Well Attended The work will begin at 3 o'clock in Dudderar. press and the article reaches the actually breaking C the written statutes. the afternoon and continue until readers of the sheet, a violent snow She organizes a group of experts, and isfactroy Prices Realized. Mr. James A. Duddear died at hia XX o'clock, at which hour a sumptuous storm is in progress. This has been what they do to the police, who are luncheon will be served to the local on Richmond street in Lancaster our fate several times of late, and powerless to public sale ot live stocK ol Ash-- 1 j home Ihe D lodge and its guests in the handsome from the still unsettled condition of the convict them, makes the at 0 o clock last Friday afternoon, by Arnold's conducted Tuesday at his play" new club room of the Masonic fraterMarch 20th. After funeral services at will continue to be so for The American Play Co. has engaged place on Lexington pike by Capt. Am the grave by Rev. D. M. Walker of nity in the second story of the Citizens weather it some time. well attended and good : Bank. After the luncheon, work will a remarkably able cast for "Within the Bourne, was prices prevailed throughout. About 16 Stanford, his remains were laid at rest , and the elaborate be resumed and will continue until near Law", rang- in the Lancaster cemetery on last SunA Muchly Abused Body. midnight. Rev. J. L. McKee of Lon scenic production which is to be em head of mules were sold at prices day afternoon. ing from C5 for colts to 175 for aged ployed here is identical, even to the don is also In attendance as Inspector Mr, Dudderar 's death came as a seIhe Kentucky Legislature has pas small details, with Cows brought from 45 to 65. that employed in mules for the Grand Lodge, and will conduct sed into history, and the amount of adwhile the calves went readily at prices vere shock to his host of friends in this his inspection at this time. Grand verse criticism New York and Chicago where this which has been heaped Sheep and adjoining counties, as the majority 26.50 Secretary Dave Jackson, "Smiling upon stirring new play was designated the ranging fromcheap, to 36.50. with 94 of them were unaware of his illness. unthe members of that body is 89 ewes sold rather sensation of the year.'. Dave" is amoug the many guests from precedented. The abuse is usually for "dramatic 5.50 to 6.25. i"e naa een in his usual robust health Tuesday. Price night 25 Iambs bringing from a distance who are in attendance. body collectively, and surely were Seats on sale the Brood mares J until a few days prior to his death, and One sow and pigs 25. 25 to 100. one member to be made the butt of it, to 1.50. Matinee &z from 90 to 205 each. Geldings and ,bad served upon the regular panel of ii H. T. Logan Assigns For Benefit Creditors. there would be "pistols and cofhe petit jury in the circuit court. He mares from 124 to 160. contracted a severe cold, which rapidlv Mr. H. T. Logan filed a deed of as fee for two", or else a big damage Our Honor Roll. ich sienment for the benefit of his credi suit, for no one individual would stand 'eIo?fd int0 P.neumonia. We'll Bet A Garrard County Corn Cob , did not long survive. tors on Wednesday, naming the Gar for so much adverse critism. In renewing her subscription to the Pipe Caused It. Mr. Dudderar was bom in Lincoln We are compelled to admit that there rard Bank & Trust Co. as Assignee. Record, Mrs. Cora West Kone, of on llth dav .f November It is impossible at this time to give were many measures enacted which Douglas, Ariz., who is so pleasantly People on Fourth avenue yesterday 1&i3' and ?e anything like a correct estimate of his were very distatef ul to us, as well as of feater Prt,on his hl3l,fe by so many friends here, morning were shocked when Editor I spent in the county of birth, assets and liabilities, but it is the to a great majority or the tax payers, remembered Louis Landram was observed prome. following kind opinion of both the assignee and Mr. and we are futher of the opinion that gives expression to the Re- nading along that popular way with a ?' "t,isirait; Logan that the business when finally the greatest failing of the body was words. "I feel lost without the "c oc"' cu I cord, for in that way I keep in touch lnrtro vnlume of smoke issuinc from1"' "" count for several years. " wound up will pay dollar for dollar. the sin of omission in their failure to Finally of Lincoln people, who will al- the left side of his clothing. thus acquiring the title of "Squire" by H. T. Logan began business in Lan- pass suitable measures. However, with the Lancaster he began to smell "the smoke" but caster on his own account 21 years ago what cannot be cured must be endnred, ways be dear to me. We have had an never realized that it was his own which he was known to his friends and now it is too warm acquaintances. and has continued uninterruptedly and we are in favor of forgetting their ideal winter and for fires, and people are wearing sum- clothing, but thought that a house in On November 8, 1890 he was married since. By fair and honest dealing and shortcomings, spreading the broad neighborhood was afire. However, what the upright business methods, he has won mantle of charity over them, and hop- mer clothes. I often wonder could he was not long in realizing that he to Miss Bessie Lear of this county, who people would think if they survives him. This union was not the confidence and esteem of the people ing for better things in the future. these Kentucky, for there's very was almost ablaze and he succeeded in blessed with any children, but Mr. of Garrard county, and today there is Surely the inordinate amount of "cu3- - see Central here, and there is no grass extinguishing the fire in short order, not a person in the county who does sin" which they are coming in for will little green but not until a large slice was oaten Dndderar practically raised Miss Bessie as in Ky. How much not hold him in the highest esteem, and not serve to materially mend matters. quite so pretty He thinks Yantis, a niece of Mrs. Dudderar's, the Record has improved. The follow- out of his new overcoat. inplaces the utmost confidence in his that some burning tobacco fell from who now resides in Indianapolis, but ing have responded since our Iastis3ue. tegrity Nor is his popularity confined Looking For Mt. Aararat. his overcoat pocket. Mr. who was with him in hi3 last hours, Jesse Sutton. his pipe into Mike Purcell, to his own county, he is well and Landram's host of friends in Danville and to whom he was a3 devoted as if One day last week during a driving Mrs. Cora West Kone, Joe Simpson. favorably known all through central glad that the damages were no she had been his own child. He is also Joseph jMcCreary. are survived by one brother, Mr. Walter Kentucky and the entire south having rain a peculiar building made its ap- Sallie A. Raney, worse. Advocate. Ed Clark. Dudderar, who resides in Lincoln. for many years been a travelling sales- pearance uponon the public square; it R. F. Ralston, wheels, was of goodly W. G. Clark, Mrs. William Wall Mr. Dudderar united with the Chrisman for one of the largest eastern was mounted Taxpayers In The Lancas dimensions, and it was. thought by Henry Hutchinson, H. D. Lee. To Delinquent tian church at the age of thirteen, and clothing factories. Chas. Deitrick. has ever been a faithful and consistent Mr. Logan has served for two terms many to be a modern "Noah's Ark". Mrs. Blanch Grow, ter Graded School District. S. H. Estes. It closely resembled this ancient craft, H. R, Montgomery. member of that church; he was active as Mayor of Lancaster, refusing to Geo. G. Leavell. The Board of Trustees of the Lancas- in all church affairs and never missed and retiring on but upon closer inspection it was found Mrs. Bettie Naylor, stand for Wm. Smith. ter Graded School are striving to make an opportunity to do what was January 1st ot this year. He is one of to be a "chuck wagon" and dormitory, R. M. Arnold, in his S. L. Herron. YOUR SCHOOL one of the best in the power for the furtherance of the cause which had been built by Dave Dud Ben Evans, our most progressive citizens, and has they want your enthusiastic of the Master. done as much as any other man toward derar for the feeding and housing of Howards Askins, Miss Sallie L. Myers. State, and You can Homer Highland. support and encouragement. the upbuilding of Lancaster. His fail- the hands which be and Jim House Curtis East,, He was a man of unusually pleasing Mrs. J. D. Naylor. very materially assist Dv paying your is due principally to bad collections. will employ in the cultivation of a crop Tessie Hardin, ure personality, a congenial companion of Carl Prewitt. taxes promptly. Mr. Logan has as yet formulated no of nearly two hundred acres of hemp Mitch Lane, pleasing address, and a kind word and inR. C. Schooler. The Board does not want to be ham G. J. Kincaid, plans for the future, but it will be a which these two clever gentlemen Perry Miller. pered in its work and it must have suf hearty grasp of the hand for all with source of gratification to his many tend raising this year. The wagon, or Mrs. Bettie Griggs, whom he UnswervForest Curtis. ficient funds to maintain the institution. ing in his came in contact. house, for it is a house on wheels, is a Homer Tinsley, friends to know that he has expressed allegiance to his friends, a pay your part you are J, M. Crank. If you fail to his determination not to leave Lancas- model of convenience and ingenuity; it J. F. Middleton, devoted J. T. Blanks. hindering the work; if you pay when I upright and attentive husband and an ter, and it is sincerely to be hoped that is fitted with bunks, lockers, dressers, Preston Snyder, Henry McAfee. vour taxes are due there will be no a u i and honorable citizen, - in the every convenience for the sleepers, W. M. Broadus, when tbe Dusiness is nnaiiy wound up and , Jonah Marsee. trouble in paying expenses., .Some of UB" " tie...: tt "uuerar, we com- that H. T. Logan may again be .found and as for the culinary department, it B. H. halcomb; iius Ol J. Wade Walker. our citizens have failed to settle their luuiuijr mostsuautineu me luaa 01 oneand jtf the same old stand ready and willing t j;lst;about'6urpas8es anything in that J. M; Lay ton, their estimable citizens, C. B. Leiford. taxes, or they may have forgotten. line that we,have'ever seen. It has Ed S. Bourne, ' to. serve his many customers as hereto The Treasurer earnestly requests all whose loss will be almost irreparable. L. C. King. the modern kitchen cabinet beat a mile E. C. McWhorter, fore. To the bereaved wife and family the W. I. Williams. who may be in arrears to settle immed for compactness and convenience; there Wm. Ray, W. T. Baker. I iately. The Board has ordered me to sincere and heartfelt sympathy of the is every thing imaginable there for the Mrs. Floyd Ray. Examine your policy, publish the names of all delinquents on entire community goes out in their of "cookee", not don't let it expire, we can convenience welltheappointed and even nr hpfnrp thp 9th rlnv nf Anril in ThA hours of distress. comomitting ai Take a look at our White and Yellow Central Record t0 proceed to coect care of you. Renew modious medicine chest in one corner. beea corn.and learn wnat tne germina- to iaw. Do not pnt me t0 Just received car Southern White The house is of course the work of the I T . am last ia ifMl with us. i the necessity of levying upon your Seed Oats, are extra good. "f ill nov j See them inventive mind and ingenious hands of uuu A. Beazley 6c Co. , Dave Dudderar. property. E."W. Harris, Treas. J before you buy. Hudson & Hughes. Hudson & Hughes. A four year old Cap't Am. Bourne sold at Commis sioners Sale Monday for Master Commissioner W. H. Brown, the Hager land in the Bryantsville section con sisting of 199 acres, together with about 75 acres of cliff land, Mr. W. S. Hager being the purchaser at 13250. In the case of Eliza Hurt's admr. et al against Lewis KincaH et al, the home place" consisting of 44J acres was bid in by James I, Hamilton for J. W. Tatem at 76.07 per acre; in the case of Belle Tatem et al vs. Lewis Kincaid et al, the several tracts were bought by Mrs. Belle Tatem at 3530. In the case of Eliza A. Hurt's admr. et al vs. Lewis Kincaid et al, what was know as the "W. S. Walker Tract,' of 53J acres, was sold to Hamilton & Cen The annual Reunion of those who wore the grey will be held this year in Jacksonville Fla. on May 6, 7 and Sth. I The Southern Railway Co, has issued a handsome folder, lavishly illustrated, giving detailed information which will prove of inestimable value to those who contemplate making this trip. Included in this booklet is an accurate description of the city of Jacksonville; a directory of its hotels, prominent buildings and points of interest, as well as rates from the various points on its line for the round trip. The rate from Danville, our nearest point, for the round trip will be 14.45. Tickets will be on sale from May 3 May 7th inclusive, with return trip to extend to May 15th. Liberal stop over privileges will also be granted, and there will be cheap excursion rates in effect during the reunion for points of interest within a radius of several hundred miles around Jacksonville. One of these booklets will be cheerfully supplied to any one upon application to B. H. Todd, District Passenger Agent, Louisville Ky. This occasion will afford a splendid opportunity to those who desire to make an inexpensive trip to the "Land of Flowers", and at the same time witness the gathering together of the fast fading ranks of those who fought for the Southern Confederacy. -- Osborne Disc - Harrows. i Bsf 1 Osborne Harrows are made of Steel, lal Osborne Harrows are strongly built. Osborne Harrows are easiest to handle. Osborne Harrows Osborne Harrows are sold and Warranted. are bought in Car Loads. Within The Law". Few plays of recent years have been so enthusiastically praised by the ex- S HASELDEN BROS. I ear Dr. M. P. HUNT'S Popular Lecture "Be Somebody." le School Auditorium, Friday Evening, April 3rd, at 8 p. m. 1 1 1 if 1 c1 Zr 1 " L'? -- s i"". njj .1-- 1 take it J. vi accng -- Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Mch 26, 1914. Ir is We Invite You To ti.-- . Tvuiiidiisuiuu t me ui...... ni..u i (Edited By The Womans Club) ifcltooooow . A Complete Display of Correct Spring Fashions THE display of Spring Merchandise now assembled in the Store's various Departments Notable for its individuality, selection and as interesting as it is comprehensive. moderate prices. We have planned to make this week a veritable "Style Show" of all that is newest and best in fashionable attire. In addition to the large assortments of modish Garments for Women, Misses and Children, there is an unusually fine showing of Silks and other Dress Materials, as well as Laces, Trimmings and Novelties of all kinds. We invite your attendance. The New Tailored Suits ' W I i I igff? ?A.V.fl Ht .... xyi fc.tf ?W: Si -- '.j R?" . i garments has Never before in the history of ready-to-we- ar there been such an abrupt and complete change in style as this season. The Tailored Suits of today resemble in no way the suits ' of .yesterday. i mm i V Our bming of Suits for this season was mostly confined to sin- ' "zA gle garments of a stle, thus insuring you a wide range as well as individuality in selection. We will have on sale tomorrow over three hundred of these beautiful garments, each one a distinct mcdel ?nd fully up to our well known standard of quality. flounce and bustle effects predominate. The draped, three-tie- r new and attractive materials especial)' suited for this These are in. character of garments, such as Moire Silk, Taftetta, Silk Eengaline Gaberdine, Wool Crepe, 6cc, in a wide range of newest Spring colors and black. W' ' w!iMV' tin 1 iI'vM ' '- - 1' iIn 1 . I i MI t Although last Thursday was one of the worst of our many disagreeable March days a goodly number of the members of the Womans Club responded to the roll call and were amply repaid by listening to well prepared papers by Mesdames Clay Sutton and James Elmore. Mrs. Suttons paper was upon "Insect Pests", the subject presenting such a wide field for study, she could only deal with a few of the most troublesome species and suggested some of the most approved methods for their elimination. In speaking of the fly Mrs. Sutton said: ''It is said that the old Roman Emporer.Domitians favorite amusement was hunting and killing flies. In the beginning of his reign he used to spend daily an hour by himself, during which time he did nothing but catch flies and stick them through the body with a sharp pin. Thus the original "swat the fly" man has been discovered. Considered in relation to man there would seem to be sufficient reascn for placing this apparently feeble order at the head of our insect pests. No seasonable approximation can be made to the number of existing specie: They are animal and vegetable bleeders. The would be no flies to kill if there Were no lilth for them to breed in. Clean up every place where decaying animal or vegetable refuse accumulates and spiuy e.ery receptacle for refuse with any goed commercial dis infectant. If jou cannot trace the flies about your house to any other I source look in the cuspidor. To rid the house of (lies, close the doors and win dows, heat a small coal shovel and pour twenty diops of carbolic acid on it. The fumes from the acid will kill all Keep flies the flies in a large room. away from the food and the. sick room, especially where there are contageous I IsKll ml &.K fnitm MiVfrll m i GASTORIA For Infants and Children. I m flS!'f The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT." a ANcgetabbEreparalionlcrAs-sirailatmgihcFootfandReiM- ling tftc S tomachs andBoMcIs of Bears the Signature ;! Proroo!csDi!esHonIirerflir ncss and neither Opiimi.Mornhuie norWiosral s AJl Bo.: ' Not Narcotic. jilxJamai- - J jtnitSmt HxhiUcSJt- iISiGutBBcicSrfx M'omSttd- J AH ft - Cmtfiti 'Sutrr Anerfecl Remedy for ConsfirJ "Wornis,ConTilsions,FoerisIr I tion , sour itomaai.uianiiuM racSfcsle SignaturecF ?3ns "LO'- ness andLoss ofSleep. ao;a - ($ vj' &m ! THE CENTAUR r Use For Over Tue 'r-- civ -- Centaur Cokpaic; NEW YORK. rr uj 1 I feiXl-'ffi-- et: tiT3a 7rrc2si g&eisg'Sa'as'a! Exact Copy of S5EE3 :;r Thirty Years anaj af&!a ea COM FA N'T, Guaranteed andcrtl.otoous Vrapp. SE323W nCWT3AC V diseases." Mrs. Elmore's paper was along the lines of conducting an active anti-flcampaign, just the kind of campaign Lancaster needs, and we hope to have space to give it in full next week. y Suit Prices Range from $15.00 to $5S.OO n mi waste -- The New Coats and Dresses Ik The new styles in "Printzess" Coats are certainly things of beauty. A "Printzess" is as you know the very highest class coat made, as well as embod'ing the most style, though costing no more than less worthy makes. The Womans Club will conduct an excursion to Frankfort the first of May. Here is the opportunity for a splendid days outing which will also give many their first opportunity of seeing our magnificient new capitol, and governors mansion at small cost. mfamml 'I '.r5 - -- i- 1 J ill j rv year. If your Geld and barn yard are littered with stalks and jour groend - i.'K..n U141-C- them to tlie A)UU ia the form of - fer- - -. k- - W.Ai-- r wWiW-. W -- grow-ingle- ss fertile sear. after season ycuceed an Prices of "Printzess" Coats Range from $10.00 to $25.00 School Notes. (By Wm. F. Miller.) mm AN' m ..., .... M.. Ml 1..W.J, JiUtlUU 1L,U . culent feed and it will keep your cattle in .V It will W convert all -- H-V M jenr com from the 4 The New Dresses are marvelously beautiful, and our present wonderful assortment is well worth seeing. They range from the little tub dress of Voile or Linen at S5. 00 up to charming models in Taffeta Silk and Crepe de Chenes at $45.00. A splendid range of Novelty dresses at $10.00 to $2S.OO. Fashionable Footwear We are now ready with the very newest and best in Spring and Summer Style Footwear for Women, Misses and Children. Pumps, Colonials, Oxfords and Tangos in all the latest lasts and leathers. Your New Corset should certainly be a Bon-To- n or a Nemo. We have all the new models in these famous Corsets, and our expert Corsetierres will be pleased to show and give you a fitting in just the style required for your new Suit or Gown. WELSH & WISEMAN CO. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all thought of winter's discomfort. WINTER TOURIST FARES NOW AVAILABLE VIA Aid to Genius. Our idea is that there ought to be News Of The Churches. at least three children In every family, so that if one of them should become a genius the other two could support Everybody attend Christian Endervor him. Galveston News. Convention at Christian Church 27, 28, I "V 29. There will be Communion services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning. i pL SNCt-UDIK- jtl fti 'Thedford's TO ALL RESOrnS OF THE SOUTH M & is the best ri.OR.DA. SViElV ORLEANS, PANAMA AND fj Union Service medicine of young people at "LAKL Cr THE SKY." Graded School Chapel beginning at G:15 w lever used," writes J. A. TICKETS CN SALE DILY. LONG RETURN LIMIT. Address by Rev. Crossfield of Lexing- - w. of Pattonvilie, Texas. ATTRACTIVE PRIVILEGES. ton begmg at 7:5. . Black-Draug- Rev Claude Fawns will preach at the McKendrie Methodist church next Sunday morning at 11 A. M. and at 7:30 E at night t j I I lew Steel-na- Well ht 1 G ' R ( EQUIPMENT, SERVICEA:D SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details ccssalt any Ticket Agent or write KING, I and Tick:! Ajent, 10 1 East Main St., Laxingtan, Ky. vr" sffr.u Rev. Simpson, pastor Christian Church Harrodsburg is the speaker for Friday evening, 7:15, opening of the Christian Endeavor convention. There will Le no services at the Methodist church here Sunday night on account of the Christian Endeavor meeting at the school Auditorium. fr r? . "I suffered terribly with liver troubles, and could get no relief. The doctors said I had con- sumption. I could not work at all. Finally I tried THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGH- Mrs. S. D. Cochran and Miss Lillian Cochran were Tuesday morning visitors at our.school. Bro. Beagle visited our school Tues day and delivered a welcome talk in the auditorium. Mr. J. W. Ireland was a visitor at our school Monday. He represents the American Book Co. Miss Brashear's room will entertain Friday morning at 8;15. You are cordially invited to attend. The following were visitors at our School Friday morning and were present for Miss Anderson's room exercise, wh'ch.was enjoyed very much. On Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, Miss Daniels pupils will give an ensemble program in the auditorium. Patrons and friends are cordially invited. Gracie Mae Cochran and Misses Charlotte Pollitt and Messrs Allen Johnson and Bradley Bourne formed a quartette Tuesday morning and sang several songs. These pupils are four of the several vecal pupils of Miss Daniels Mr. and Mrs J. W. Beagle, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines, Miss Emma Doty, Mrs. J. I. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Embry, Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Beazley, Mesdames S. G. Haselden, W. M. Elliott, Miss Lena Bright, Mrs. J. E. Dickersen and son and Miss Delia Tinder. On Friday afternoon the voice pupils of Miss Daniels entertained with an impromptu recital. Only a few friends Miss and the teachers were invittd. Gracie Mae Cochran sang two songs with her usual charm and finish. Mr. Bradley Bourne rival to "Caruso" with Violets ar.d a sacred song. Miss Chpr-lotPollitt m- - ia her debut with a Crota song well suited to her deep contralto. Mr, Alien Johnson has a fu!l base voice and Fang artistically "The Pirates scng by Petrie". Miss Viola Beagle sang swretly "O Dry Those! Tears" and an Evening Song. Miss Beagle has a light Soprano voice full of promise. Little Miss Mary Davis played a boat song with a finish of a little artist. After the pupils program Miss Daniel kindly consented to sing a group of songs with Miss James of Richmond at the piano as accompanist. te UA nrime condition all vear round. Best of all it will pay for itself out of what it saves for yon in a single season. There will be another winter before long, with high priced feed and hard work in zero weather. Why not get ready for it by erecting an Indiana Silo before next harvest time. 'We'vs got a might r eood propesitioa to tnateto 70U nsfat now a money sacr. Give us a rh.irfcc to tell you about it t. W. P. KINCAID, Phone 199. Stanford, Ky. Dis-Ag- m -- mm:mSfflMyfflE82& OTEL WlW.'&SgTSv. 1 J JL i wymzf WASHINGTON -- DtALS Sc 1 j Pennsylvania Avenue, at ISth .. "loaij. Di!i:l!i Bit. H. bts. Il13;2l!?'5i zzttZV. :1;!Sa 52J30, $3.00 cp. m $1.50, 52.00 up. r OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palm Ccurf, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room Library, 'Colonial Graiid Pipe Gzgzn, Orchestra, Write for Illustrated Booblct 'B" T.iui small map. I 1 I k!mmxm&s&ra. CLIFFORD M, LEWIS TrlANAGO. w iMmHppwi in o la EmSxtS? ii 2. This is the Season wni: Oalmy Breezes and Bright Sunshine raaVo Golf, Tennis, Bathing, Riding. Driving, and all other Outdoor Shorts especially enjoyable THE NATIONAL BANK OF Resolutions. T An It Seemed to Him. "Oh, papa," said the little boy, as he looked up at the new moon, "God SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South Offers excellent service and most attractive route Historic-SceCommercial to that Wonderful Garden Spot ot "he World. nic At a meeting of the faculty of the Paint Lick Consolidated School March 23, 1914, passed:- - has been paring his finger nails." Capful $50,000. Surplus $30,000. the following resolutions were and to my surprise, I got better, and am as well as any man." Thedford's Black-Draug- ht is a general, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that' has been regulating irregularities of the liver, stomach and bowels, for over 70 years. Get a package today. Insist on the E-genuine Thedford's. to-d- ay 70 A. R JENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't, S. C. DENNY, Cashier. R. T Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Whereas God in His wisdom has taken from our midst little Fannie Lee Wallace, one of our brightest and most lovable pupils. Therefore be it resolved:- - That we express our sincerest sympathy to the bereaved family, knowing that they look to "Him who doeth all things well" for their comfort and consolation. That a copy of these resolutions be presented to the family of the deceased and printed in the Central, Record. ' R. A. London, Delia Tinder, Allie Hendren, Minnie Johnson, district of the fever ticks which produce spotted fever Is to be tried by the government In the Bitter Root national forest In Montana. Two bands of sheep are to be grazed In the parts of the forest where the tick is most abundant and it i expected that the ticks will attach themselves to the sheep In large numbers. Whenever occasion requires the sheep will be dipped tn, an insecticide which will kill the ricks and the sheep will not .be at all Injured. It is hoped by this method to eventually clear the district of the tangers. ' Will Capture Fever Ticks. A novel method of clearing a forest Stop En Route at These Famous Southern Resorts AIKEN CHARLESTON SAVANNAH AUGUSTA COLUMBIA SUMMERVILLE Asheville in "The Land of the Sky" Very Low Homeseekers' Fares Winter Tourist Fares Tour Fares. Stopovers and other special features. eommanicatm Variable For information a to ichcJaUt, far with your, local agent or Main 1937 City 1938 and through Stetping Car crvicc B. H. Todd, D. P. Stark Building, Louisville, Ky. A, The Central Record, Thursday Mch 26, 1914. PROTECT THE HEART FROM TISM. RHEUMA- Page 3 WEATH OF HAIR Parisian Sage Makes Thin lifeless Hair Soft And Abundant. PROGRAM. Daily Courier-Journal Rhenma Purifies The Blood And i Off Complicating Diseases. Throws x EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build cement Silos 12, 4 and 16 feet in diameter, any height. We have had many experiences in this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., if you need cement work of any kind. 1 Weakening of the blood tissues by continued attacks of Rheumatism af fects the heart aud produces complica RHEUMA tions which result fatally. puts the blood in condition to ward off other diseases and eradicates Rheumatic conditions from the whole system. Recommended for all forms of Rheumatism. 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts. This letter will convince you of its great value: "I was so crippled with Sciatic Rheu matism I could not walk. Doctors could do nothing for me. After takiug three bottles of RHEUMA, the Rheumatism had entirely left me." Guy Torley, 129 Summit Ave.' St Paul, Minn. CRAB ORCHARD. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Elder are moving into their pretty cottage just across from the Baptist church. Maurice Perkins bought the farm sold by Mr. Nash Singleton and will build a house on it in the near future. Just received car Southern White Seed Oats, that are extra good. See them before you buy. Hudson & Hughes. Mrs, Bettie Adams is sick at the home of her sister Mrs. Frank Watson in Somerset. She will accompany Mrs Adams home some time this week and spend a few davs with her mother Mrs riarve Foley. A large crowd attended the burial of Mr. Henry Fish, considering the cold disagreeable day. He was well known here. A fine christian gentleman and was for many years a prosperous busi ness man ot this place. Take a look at our White and Yellow Seed Sorn.and learn what the germination test is. It will pay you. Hudson & Hughes. Mr. Nash Singleton and family sold out everything last Thursday and will move somewhere in Ind. We regret to give up this excellent family who have lived in and around Crab Orchard most of their lives, and wish them success in their new home. About seven o'clock Saturday morning Mrs. Hannah Steger slipped upon the icy concrete walk leading to her home and fell, breaking her hip bone and almost breaking her aim. Dr's. Jones and Edmiston attended her and she is in quite a serious condition, but resting as well as could be expected. For The Stomach And Liver. PHILIPPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. Beautiful hair, fluffy, lustrous, abundant aud free from dandruff, is one of woman's greatest charms it's her main delight yet so many of the fair sex have streaked, thin and lifeless hair and think there is no remedy. Beautiful hair is largely a matter of attention. Parisian Sage frequently applied and well rubbed into the scalp works wonders. Try it today, and you will be surprised with the result not only will the hair become abundant, soft, fluffy, radiant with life, butreally donbly beautiful. Parisian Sage supplies hair and scalp needs. It surely removes dandruff with one application stops itching head and cleanses the hair of all dirt and excessive oil. All drug and toilet counters sell Parisian Sage in fifty cent bottlea. Look for the trade mark "The Girl with the Auburn Hair". Try at least one bottle from McRoberts Drugstore. He will refund the moneX if you are not satisfied. mm Eighth District Christian $6.00 a Year al Endeavor Convention March 27th, 28th and 29th, 1914. CHRISTIAN CHURCH, LANCASTER, KY. Officers of Eighth Sunday Courier-Journ- $2.00 a Year. District Christian Endeavor Union. Pres Vice Pres J. A. Sanders, Nicholasville. Ky. Miss Dunder, Berea. Ky. Miss Emma Hays, Stanford, Ky. Real Newspapers. Best National News. Best State News. Best Local News. Best Market Report. Best Foreign News. Best Political News. Best of Everything. Best for Everybody. Are you interested in what is taking place day by day all over the world? If vou are, you NEED THE COURIER JOURNAL. If there is an agent in your town give him a trial order one menth Daily 50 cents, with Sunday "Sets. If there is no agent in your town give your order to the paper in which this this advertisement appears (you may get a special clubbing rate,) or send the order direct to the Courier-Journa- l. Weekly Courier-Journhas been discontinued, but FARM AND FAMILY, a most excellent illustrated monthly magazine, is a worthy successor. The price is only 25 cents a year. Ask for a sample copy. al Sec'y Treas 7:15 Song and Praise Service 7:30 Devotion 7:40 Welcome address Frank Tinder, Lancaster, Ky. Friday Evening. C. E. Martin. i Muffins Get The Muffin Habit Dr. J. T. Allen, the eminent food specialist, says "Corn braad, baked slowly at low temperature is better for children, less liable, especially if meat is allowed, to develop intestinal troubles, particularity appendicitis, than fine white bread." Our Old Fashion Made makes the best corn bread, good for grown-up- s as well as children. Refuse substitutes. Mr. W. H. Boner, Manager of Mill Department. MEAL Becker, Ballard & Co. PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. Y., writes: "I have used Chamberliin's Tablets for disorders of the stomach and liver off and on for the past five years, and it affords me pleasure to state that I have found them to be just as represented. They are mild in their action and the results have been satisfactory. I value them highly." lm. For sale by all dealers. J. Rockwell Smith, Lancaster. Miss Martha Tinder, Lancaster, 7:45:Response J. A. Sanders, Nicholasville. Mrs. Peachie Grow is the guest of 7:50 Special Music Solo abide with me Mr. Allen Johnson. her aunt Mrs- - E. F. Scott. 7:55 Address Rev. Robt. N. Simpson, Harrodsburg Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grow were in Appointment of Committees Adjournment. All get Acquainted. Nicholasville last Thursday. Saturday Morning. Mr. Thomas Montgomery and Mrs. 10:00 Service of song Crawford are on the sick list. J. I. Rev. PoIIitt, Lancaster. Mrs. Dennie Scott who has been very 10:15 Scripture and Prayer Report of the Societies. ill for some weeks is improving slowly. 10:20 Song 10:40 Question Box conducted by C. F. Evans. Lebanon, Ky. Mrs. Willie Shields returned home- Field Sec't. Kentucky C. E. Union. Saturday after a weeks stay with home 10.55 Special Music, Chorus Junior Christian Endeavor, of Lancaster. folks in Estill Co. Rev. F. M. Tinder, Lancaster-SaturdaJust received car Southern White 11:00 Address Seed Oats, that are extra good. See Afternoon. them before you buy. 2:30 Song Service Hudson & Hughes. 2:40 Devotional Exercises Senior Christian Endeavor. Miss Sallie Barker, who has been 2;50 Special Music Solo Ruth Carrier. visiting relatives in Ind, for four weeks Chorus Intermediate Christian Endeavor's returned home Sunday, 3:00 Address J. A, Sanders Christian Endeavor and the great work it is doing. Misses Ruth and Mabel Montgomery 2:30 Music are spending two weeks with their 3:15 Address on Prison work Miss Georgia Dunn. uncle Mr. Sam Duncan at Burgin. Saturday Evening. Mr. J. W. Vanarsdall is erecting a tenant house on his farm near here 7:15 Song Service and Praise which will be occupied by Mr. Walter 7:30 Devotion Bro. Beagle. bimpson. 7:40 Reports of Committees, A reverie of the Past and vision of the Future. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hicks were in 7:45 Address, C. E. Martin Misses Florence Johnson, Martha Tin Lexington Sunday to see her brother 8:10Special Music "never alone,' der, Mamie Stormes Dunn, Messrs. Allen Johnson and Bradley Bourne. Mr. Angle Sanders, who is in the hospital there. Sunday Morning. Take a look at our White and Yellow Delegates will attend service at their own churches. Seed Corn. and learn what the germinaSunday Afternoon. tion test is. It will pay you. Hudson & Hughes. 3:00Song Service Mr. M. L. Caneer. A business meeting will be held at 3:10 Scripture reading and Prayer Mamie S. Dunn and Florence Mt. Hebron church on the second Sat 2:20 Duet "By the touch of His Hand" Johnson. urday in April at 3 P. M. for the pur Prof. J. Watt Rains, Berea, Ky. pose of calling a pastor, as the pastor's 3:30 Address time expires in April. Let every one Sunday Evening come. (In Auditorium) Miss Lavnia Montgomery returned 6:15 Christian Endeavor Meeting C, F. Evans Leader. Why O believe in C. . home from the Lancaster Exchange Subject Thursday. She will leave in a tew 9:30 Service of Praise .. F. M. Tinder. days for the Good Samaritan Hospital 7;45 Devotion Prof. Crossfield, Lexington, Ky. at Lexington, where she will study for 7:50 Address Solo Mary Lee Lear. a trained nurse. Mt. Hebron y Courier- - Journal Company. Incorporated. LOUISVILLE, KY. Mm V ?tfV1v mIIh.. TL. C-- . t u.bis siow 4kutmuiauiouj . neuralgia, uacKftcn, iit&a&cnQ .. Jtnafna Vr UlVOfJ 1 -- L. It Ifc 141 - IV yHiu. .a WW hCK. he' Uiioca nunuiri tune. goc jrre MmpI and .t JLll JJruggUU. Tn dmlir mt m xeqoMW RMJRBnu ..,.. It. 342 East Main cruFriY rnupauv St, Lulngtsn. Ky 3 1 Winter's Chills Breed Zi&ney Ills. Chilly, damp, changing weather is hard on the kidneys. Even more irritating are colds, grip, pneumonia, tonsilitis quinsy and other infections. The kidneys get congested and inflamed, and this causes backache and disordered kidney action. Though serious in its latter stages, kidney disease is not hard to conquer if a good kidney remedy is used when the first signs of kidney trouble are noticed. The best recommended kidney remedy in the world is Doan's Kidney Pills. You hear it everywhere. Get a box. 'Every Picture Tells a Story' Spring1 Is Breaking1; Backs are Aching. Backache is often the first sign of some form of kidney disease that has been coming on for months. Look for the other signs: lame back, sharp pains when stoop ing or lifting, dizzy spells, nervousness or despondency, with irregular, painful or distressing action of the kidneys; if these signs exist, decide that the kidneys need attention, ere the trouble turns to gravel, dropsy or Bright's disease. Read this home testimony and then give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial. Lancaster People Testify Danville Street. Mrs. I Lancaster Gases Grateful Praise. Lan- Self-Tol- d Campbell Street. St.. Zanone, Campbell & Crab Orchard Sts., Lancaster, says: "My kidneys were disordered and the kidney secretions were irregular and contained sediment. I had pains in my back and sides and when I stooped, I had difficulty in straighteing. Finally, I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they relieved me." W. M. Danville Pike. Mrs. T. S. Elkin, Danville Pike, Hill Street. Mrs. B. F. Walters, Hill St, Lan"I never fail to praise Doan's Kidney Pills when I have the opportunity, as they are certainly a fine remedy. I have not been without a supply in the house for years. When my back becomes lame and painful, a few doses bring me instant relief. At one time I feared that I had serious kidney trouble. The kidney secretions were unnatural and gave unmistakable evidence of disordered kidneys. It was my good fortune to hear of Doan's Kidney Pills and I used them. In a short time my kidneys were J. W. Pumphroy, Danville caster, says: "I still consider Doan's Kidney Pill the best remedy for anyone to use when having anything wrong with the kidneys and back. Doan's Kidney Pills are a safe remedy to take. All I said some years ago, recommending Doan's Kidney Pills, holds good," Lancaster, says; I suffered a great deal from backache and could not sleep well. On several occasions my back so painful and weak became that I was unable to do my housework. Being advised to give Doan.s Kidney Pills a trial, I did so, procuring a supply atFrisbie's Drug Store, (now R. E. McRoberts & Son's Danville Street. Will C. Davis, Danville Pike, Lancaster, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills have done me more good than anything else and I can recommend them to everyone. My kidney action was irregular and I had backache. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they relieved Crab Orchard Street. Mrs. C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard St., Lancaster, says: "My kidneys were out of order and I had pains through my back and kidneys. At times I was nervous. Doan's Kidney Pills made me feel much better and stronger in every way." George Wright, Hotel Kengarlan. Lancaster, says: "I willingly confirm all that I said some years ago, praising Doan's Kidney Pills. They are all that is claimed for them. I suffered a great deal from my kidneys and back. Pains through my loins extended into my sides and kidneys. When I used Doan's Kidney Pills, my kidneys became normal and the pains stopped." caster, says: Stanford Ave. Mrs. H. G. Crutchfield, Stanford Ave., Lancaster, says: "My little boy wa3 greatly troubled by his back and kidneys. He did not have proper control over the kidney secretions which The caused no end of annoyance. child also looked badly and I was conI siderably worried about his health. heard of Doan's Kidney Pills and got a box and began giving them to him acHe is now a cording to directions. great deal better." Water Street. Frank Hibbard, Water St., Lancaster, says: "I had weak kidneys. Their action was irregular and often painful. My back pained me. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they fixed me up in good shape. The pains left and my kidneys became normal. Drugstore).. They helped me from the first and I was soon relieved." s I DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS Sold at all druggist and general stores, 40c a box, or mailed on receipt of price by FOSTER-MILBURN CO., Buffalo, N. T. fc y iC x - , n Page 4 The Central Record INCORPORATED. The Central Record, Thursday Men 26, 191,4. Samuel Lee Herron, Lancaster's Represen tative In Uncle Sara's Nary. 1 General News. SPIRIT Rioting strikers at the Could Coupler Co's plant in Buffalo necessitated the calling out of the state troops. Statistics of the Department of Agriculture show the wages paid farm laborers to have increased 36 per cent since 1907. The situation in Ulster is growing serious over the time worn subject of "Home rule for Ireland", and hostilities are imminent. Free delivery of mail has been established at Pikeville Ky. and it is thought that like service will shortly be established at Paintsville. The decks have been cleared for consideration of the canal tolls exemption measure in the House today, and debate has been limited to nine hours. The postoffice department has designated ten cities from which it will endeavor to place consumers in direct touch with producers by parcel post. Fire originating in a livery stable in Lebanon Sunday night did damage to the extent of $30,000., and was the most disatrous blaze of years in that city. Col. Theodore Roosevelt, who is on an exploring expedition along the Amazon river in South America, lost all of his equipment in the rapids of that stream. Mr. John C. C. Mayo, who is ill in a Cincinnati hospital, is said to have passed the critical stage of his disease, and his physicians now predict that he will recover rapidly. What is said to have been a successful operation was performed in a Baltimore hospital when the cornea of the eye of a pig was grafted onto that of a six year old boy. The temperance people of Bourbon, Clark, Fayette and Franklin counties contemplate a monster campaign in those counties this fall under the n leadership of the League. Villa is before Torreon, one of the principal cities of Mexico, and the besieged city is expected to capitulate at any time. Fighting arond the town is active and the loss of life in both Federal and Rebel ranks is said to be very heavy. Rep. Cantrill is said to be contemplating asking a federal investigation of the insurance situation in Kentucky. A meeting to be held in Louisville on Tuesday at which the Governor, Commissioner Laffoon and all interested parties wen to met with represen-taive- s of the insurance companies, was postponed in order to give the insurance people time to have their people in attendence. Dr. H, G. Shearin, who for the last nine years has been Professor of English in Transylvania College, and for the last five years has been the administrative head of Hamilton College, Lexington, will sever his connection with those institions at the close of the present school year, and will have charge of the English department of Occidental College, Los Angeles Cal. Dr. Sherain's successor has not yet been chosen. Anti-Saloo- (IF Will I AM fiflFRFI IN We have just received a big LAND Finn Issued Weekly. $1.00 A YEAR. ABROAD Moved Bill THE shipment of J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., Mail Matter. as Second-Clas- s by Stanley's Eloquent Appeal, Senate Passes Work of Martyred Governor, Alter Fourteen Years of Neglect, WALL PAPER direct from the factory. Let us show it to you. Member Kentucky Press Association and at Last Taken Up by Lawmakers. Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., March 26, 1914. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices ...S 5.00 10.00 ""or County Offices 15.00 For State and District Offices .10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per Obituaries, per line line....- - . .iu 05 aLaaLaLLHK US ore s-- h w There is a church going sentiment it sweeping the country; people are being urged as never before to attend divine worship; newspapers are taking up the There are few things of great magcry and assisting in the good cause, as nitude in progress in this busy world Some they do in every good cause. but that LancBster has a representapapers are devoting columns each week tive. Lancaster is represented in to having the people tell "why they go Uncle Sam's Navy by a young man of to church". This wave has not as yet whom she feels justly proud. Samuel struck Lancaster, or if it has, we have j Lee Herron, son of Chief of Police and failed to ubserve it, leastwise, we have Mrs. Luther E. Herron, is stationed at not noticed any increase in the size of Fort Mott, N. J. a3 a member of the the congregations at the various chur- Coast Artillery Corps. "Sammie" as ches, and Mr. Zimmer's congregation he was favorably known in Lancaster, at the hotel on Sunday mornings has is 22 years of age and enlisted in the not decreased in size to any visible ex- navy a little over a year ago. He nas tent, and as that wrrthy gentleman has already passed successfully the exami-natia- n ofter remarked "a minister can often s Gunner, and is for find a larger congregation in the hotel studying for the 1st Class Gunners exlobby on Sunday morning than in his amination, which lie hopes also to pass own church". There are just as many successfully, when he will be eligible to people in Lancaster as in other places, stand behind one of those monster 13 and just as many that do not go, and inciters which bid defiance to the world just as many that .should go. Imuned with that inborn Anerican spirit Every person should attend divine of "let me at 'em," which but recently worship at least once a week. "Six impelled two of our old time generals, days shalt labor", but the seventh, or now retired to private life, to volunteer at least a part of it, should be given to to President Wilson to go down and anHim, and what more fitting way to give nihilate the Mexicans, Samuel Lee a part of it to Him than to hear His also has the Mexican fever and has alword. Perhaps you will say you do not ready expressed the wish to go to Mexneed to go to church, and perhaps you ico, should hostilities begin between think you do not need to go, but did that country and this. you ever stop to think that you are Young Herron is enthusiastic over furnishing an example for someone. his naval service, he likes his work, Perhaps your own son is seeking to fol- likes his officers and has put his entire low your example, sons usually strive energies into achieving success, and to follow in the footsteps of their if he continues to go at the rate he has father. Do you think you are setting been, we shall hope to some day see him a good example by arguing politics him an Admiral. in the hotel lobby, or some other public place on a Sabbath morning? Surely A Swell Colored Wedding. not. It would be far more elevating "Twosouls with but a single thought, for yourself, and a much better example for the rising generation in two hearts that beat as one". At the Colored Baptist Church in general, and your own son in parti-rula- r, were you to be a regular attend- Lancaster Ky. at 8 o'clock P. M. On ant at some of the churches. TLe Thursday March 19th, Mr. Charles services at none of our churches are Bottoms will lead Mrs. Jennie Gentry either long or tiresome, and surely vou to the Hymeneal Altar. Your presence is requested". can devote one hour of one day of the The above invitations were sent out week to hearing His word, mingling with His people and giving this little by Dr. W. Mc. Elliott, who seems to time to Him who has guarded you have stood sponsor for the bride, notsafely during the preceding week, has withstanding the fact that the marriage kept you and yours in health, has prof- ceremony would deprive Mrs. Elliott ited you in your business affairs, and of a faithful and efficient cook who had has given to you all that you have in been with her for years. The invita tions were received by a great number this world, Suppose vou lay aside those petty of white people in Lancaster, who to prejudices which you have been fos- the number of nearly a hundred res Mr. Richard Burton of tering for so long, and which have ponded. kept you from performing a duty Bryantsville seems to have been deeply which you owe to your family, your interested in the groom, as he brought country, your self and your God, and him to town in his automabile and as become a regular attendant at some sisted in the preliminary arrangements. Promptly at the given hour the bridal one of our churches. You do not like the preacher? Well, suppose you don't party entered the church, where in he is God's servant, carrying His word, splendid style, nnder an arch of white and you go to hear the ord. not the chrysanthemums and smilax, they were minister. You don't like the people made man and wife, the officiating who attend, some of them? Well sup- minister being Rev. Burns, principal of pose you do not, do yo-- i think when the the local colored school, and the cereday of reckoning comes that He will mony wa3 as impressive one as we have consider this justification for your non ever heard. The bride wore a white chiffon dress attendence. No. Church uncomfortable, too hot oh too cold? Nonsense, made over blue messaline and a bridal churches are models of com- veil of net and chiffon and carried a fort. Thresh out all your excuses, and bridal boquet of red carnations and you will find that you have none that lilies of the valley; the bridesmaid. will pas nutter. Cease to look for Cynthia Burnam, wore a white rressa-lin- e dress made over bliu. The groom exr-M- -s be a man. perform that duty wri h ou have so long neglected, join 'and his best man, Jerry Maylield, both wore conventional biack. The pretl at jock! wife of yours and attend Tvice next Sun Jav morning and sents which were'receivd by the happy v v.!l uarwite you will feel and be couple were numerous and many cf 'o ' r for the perf urmaucc of a long them handsome. These are two of our most worthy ..'dun. coloied tecple, neither of ihem n.-i-" to matrimony, it being "Aunt JeinidV second venule, while Chaiky isijoard- . . .igle's bible class at the Bnp-- t ing the matrimo ii il craft lor .he sccor d i. time, anj there was piesent bui cn, the "Baraca" class is r. . i a pen, or club loom, in tim children and grandchildren of his to roc i .ijuining the offices of Mr. Ed. witness the latest rnbarkation. Duiing the w.it for the bridal party C. I i":-s- . The room will be provided with rags, comfortable chairs, tables to make their appearnce the waiting provided with magazines and news- guests were treated to some splendid papers, and many comforts for the vocal sacred music by a quartette compassing awav of an idle hour. The ob- posed of Will Johnson, Herbert Bur-det- t, ject of the room is to provide for the Milton Sneed and Bessie Miller, members of this class, fortyone in num which was thoroughly enjoyed. The wedding Mareh '.Mendellschon's" ber, a place where they may while awav profitably and comfortably a few was played by the wife of Prof. Burns, idle hours, and where they may congre- and was performed in a very creditable manner. gate for mutual benefit. This worthly couple by a lifetime of honesty and faithfullness have won the Last Notice. esteem and high regard of many of the It has been ordered by the City white people of the county, especially Council of the City of Lancaster, Ky. those whom they have served so long at its last regular" meeting that those faithfully, and these took pleasure and in who owe the City any unpaid taxes for showing their appreciation by assisting the year 1913 or before that date that in making their wedding a success. said person be notified by advertisment Their future home will be at Mr. Richin the Central Record to pay - same, ard Burton's'plftce near jJJryarilsville, unless all such back taxes are paid be- Where tney are'followed Dy"the well fore the fist Monday night in April wishes of many friends, both white and your property of a sufficient amount of colored. it will be advertised and sold to satisfy said unpaid tax and the cost. Piano3 tuned and repaired. Wright L. E. Herron, Walker & Son, Piano Factory, Rich-- , City Tax Collector. mond, Ky. d H?aaaV iWfiJ vw' wm 2nd-Clas- Ky., March 11- .ghost Of WI1- FRANKFORT, turned the tide In favor of the FIuu bill today, re sulting In Its passage by the house late this afternoon by the vote of 40 to 34. The measure seeks to increase the powers of the state railroad commission In thematter of regulating railroad freight rates, and the portrayal of the life and character of Kentucky's martyred governor by Congressman A. O. Stanley just before a vote on the bill was taken" is credited with having more to do with its passage than anything that had gone before. The senate some weeks ago postponed indefinitely further consideration of a bill Identical in point of text to the Finn measure that passed the house this nfternoon, but advocates of the bill hope to briiitf about a reversal of the .senate attitude. Congressman Stanley spoke in the house chamber, the occasion being the unveiling of the Goebel monument that stands at the foot of the stonet steps leading to the capitol entrance. In an eloquent tribute to the memory of the man whose life was snuffed out by an assassin's bullet, delivered in dramatic tyle. Congressman Stanley enumerated the various occasions on which Goebel stood on the side of the people as oppo:ed to the corporations and held up his example in that respect as one worthy to he followed. Not a representative who voted on the riiin measure this afternoon failed to hear the eloquent speech of the cou- rossman from the Second district. Had the advocates of the bill planned the speech of Mr. Stanley it could not have been a stronger argument in favor of the Finn measure than it was. Mr. Stanley's address was as follows: Come to the bridal chamber, death: aisiance. proportions outlined A generation ago at times almost in wr iy against ne.sn the sky. William Goebel spoke an unknown tongue. "The spring styles for women will be a revelation" says a dispatch from Pans, No revelation will surprise us after all we have seen this winter. Heredity and insanity. Heredity accounts for about fifty per cent, of the cases of insanity. This is encouraging. It shows that the shocks and conditions of modern life do not make people insane; the strenuous life merely brings out the insanity that is latent in some persons as a result of heredity. A noraml person cannot be driven insane by any, of the conditions of modern life. Classic Ruses. Palmerston used to greet all whom he did not know with "How d'ye do. and how's the old tomplaiutV" which fitted nil sorts and conditions of men. Trivial illustrations, indeed, which we may dismiss with tlii- - single note of recog' iiition. th.it tlu-- are every whit as socially sincere as "literal truths" told often In Mich a v:i as to create an cntiiely faNe iii.iii"-Muii- . At times the nise t into a fine art. recall tin- - cunning aitist who painted the beautiful Irise girl, twice .1 diuiie.ss. with a MintSowur that turns liom the sun to look at her. and Mrs. (tiikell's heroine, who, as amateur del !i. tue-- , to uue the old bookkeeper forja't lL.it she i ;t woman by win? tling A lu.Ilin i lire peasant of Kii-- , m.i wished l.ntrcl tu ghc piano lesson to his d.iiijthtcr. hut In ordir to lessen the cost tbuirjit that she uiigJt do without learning thi? black keys. The master tat down at the piano and played Chopin's etude on the black kejs so divinely that the father es claimed: "The devil take the 5 ru bles! She shall learn to play on the black keys too." Atlantic Monthly. 1 now-a-da- di-v- in , Ht-li- I 4t-P- The Wrong Bertie. Sir Francis Bertie was once the cen ter of an amusing muddle at Windsor. It happened during the reign of Queen Victoria, when Sir Francis was permanent under secretary of state for foreign affairs. Wanting to consult Lord Ponsonby about a certain matter ho telegraphed to him at Windsor: "Shall be down tonight. Bertie." The telegram was shown to the queen, and as Bertie was the name she always used to her son, the late King Edward, she came to the conclusion that he was going to pay her an unexpected visit. When Sir Francis ar rived he was considerably itaken aback. at the elaborate preparations that had been made to receive him, and the old qneen laughed heartily at the trick he had all unconsciously played on ber, but when be was leaving she suggested that be should In future sign bis telegrams In some other way. Pearson's Weekly. ness of transportation and production. He demanded the rigorous and effective regulation of common carriers; that they should bo impartial in rates to shippers and Just in the payment of taxation to the state. To his prophetic gaze the paramount and overweening issue of this hour was vivid and distinct. With ever increasing emphasis as a can didate for governor and as your nominee for that high ofllce he declared that the real issue, the bottom question in the fight, that from which public attention should never be diverted, was whether the laws of Kentucky should be enacted, constructed and executed by the people of Kentucky or by powerful and privileged Interests. For raising that issue he was denounced as a demagogue, assailed as an assassin, pilloried by a corrupt and press every detail of his private and public lifo perverted and distorted by the evil ingenuity of envy and hate. Hi3 sacred and sainted dead were dragged from the tomb and held up to contumely and contempt by serile hirelings and salaried slanderers. And when his malignant foes and their accursed gold had failed to debauch the electorate or defeat the fixed purpose of the people, in utter desperation they fired the black heart of murder and armed the assassin for the dastardly deed that closed In darkness his great career and covered the commonwealth with a pall of horror and of shame. What were the crimes for which William Goebel fell? He protected the railroad commission of Kentucky from the miners and sappers who sought to destroy It and with a lash of pitiless scorn drove from the corridors of the capito! a nest of lobbyists who had gathered there to debauch the legislature and despoil the state. He proposed to limit the hours of labor for an army of men engaged In the most icri!ous enterprise known to peace or war that the toller might commune with the family he sustained and that hundreds of men might not be dashed to death because some weary wretch, driven without rest or repose through the long hour? of the day and the night, fell asleep at the key or the switch. Ho proposed to confer upon the engiCome to the mother when .she feels neer at the throttle the same measure of For the first time her firstborn s breath. tne raw naa And vou leave in '.our ruthless wake no ' protection wnicn lor years tne nignway. sadder scene than this piteous taking off I secured to the tramp uponand enlarge the He Proposed to extend of William Goebel. Ineffectual powers of the . hnr in th oftt of au- - meager andrailroad It K?"t"(r thority, gazed Into the admiring eyes of might become an commission that the actual his assembled countrymen, heard the tu shipper from extortion andshieldtheto state to multuous applause of devoted thousands. from fraud and chicane. and then in the flower of his virile ana history, Let vigorous manhood he fell at the very twentyimpartial of federallooking back over legislation, say threshold of the splendid vista of honor whether years William Goebel was an incenand distinction that opened before him. diary or a seer. The reforms he proposed At this hour his varied and eventful ca- for a became the goal and the modreer passes in panoramic view before us. els forstate lawmakers of a nation. the We see him starting upon life's Journey-IThis Immortal pathfinder was more than poverty and obscurity, behold the hardpossessed statesman. ships he endured, the battles he fought, a constructive radiant gifts He invention the rare and of the enemies he overthrew, till at last he and of prophecy. He not only constructstands at the summit like a crowned con- ed; he created. He was In hl3 day the queror, and there before the laurels have lonely navigator of an uncharted and an withered upon his victorious brow the unfathomed sea. death damp gathers there, and before the Esch and Townsend. Hepburn and Dolll-ve- r, echoes of the cheering throng had died in Adamson. Clark and Wilson, all at the streets of the capital they are filled last are treading the way blazed a genwith the lamentations for the dead. eration ago by the dead William Goebel, Told In years, his sojourn was brief. who found In his own day no fellow in y Yet this life is not to be measured the wilderness the fleeting hours, but by heart throbs, For years the progressives In both parby high aspirations and by noble deeds. ties have pointed to the efficient regulaIn labor patiently endured, in actual tion and control of railways as their most achievement, hl8 was. after all, a long, substantial achievement, and at this hour long life. tho greatest executive in a century' and a Eminence was the immediate reward of congress in complete accord are attemptA born ing the liberation of the government and his energy and attainments. leader, he marched at the head of the col- the business of the country from corumn, honored and trusted by his fellows porate control by enlarging the powers of He never sought to look down from a a commission authorized to regulato the lofty placo upon struggling men below. rates, supervise the capitalization, to deHe was always of them and for them. termine the value and direct the operaNo man had a better opportunity to tread tion of all carriers engaged In interstate the primrose path to place and power. In commerce. his jouth he sat at the feet of the may Statesman and political Gamaliel of the bar. The professional as- differ in their estimate of the man and Stephenson and Carlisle, ha suf- his measures, but the wise and sociate of st fered not by the contrast. He knew the even among his adversaries must concede whole intricate and tangled labyrinth of the sincerity of his purpose and the disthe law. interestedness of his devotion to the great Tempting retainers were offered him. cause he espoused. Great corporations ager to avail themPomp and power, gain and glory what selves ot his learning and talents tendered baubles, what vanities all are they seen their rich rewards; but, having tasted througli tho glassy eyes of death! When poverty, he remained steadfastly the "all that honor, all that wealth ere gave" champion of the poor. Oia'ving endured were as ashes In his cold hands, in the wrongs, he continued the defender of the midst of the agonies of eternal dissoluoppressed. tion, his great mission Is still before him. A single Incident throws a flood of light and, unmindful of blighted hopes and upon his whole career. On one occasion racking pain, of the gathering shadows he was visited at his old offices on the and the chilling gloom, his great love concorner of Fourth and Scott streets by the quers death and rises like a transfigurarepresentative of a great railroad sys- tion above his tomb. In husky whispers tem. He was told that he might name his he commands thoe who shall succeed own retainer if ho would only agree to him to be "brave and fearless and loyal dedicate his learning, his experience and to the great common people," and William his talents to the survlce of this great Goebel is no more. corporation. Mr. Goebel listened In siPlaced by his devoted countrymen at lence. He stood near a second story win- the helm of the ship of state, his was the dow overlooking Scott street. On the oth- pilot's conscience and the pilot's sense of er side a couple of ragged urchins were obligation. Have you ever watched the playing in the sand left In the gutter by a pilot at midnight aloft at the wheel direcent shower He gazed intently at the recting the course of a majestic ship little fellows for ome time before reply- through the gleaming deep? They who ing to the man who had Just laid at his slumber on the peopled decks below may feet a king's random as the price of hl3 be strangers all, speaking an unknown desertion of the cause of the dcfens Ics tongue, neither of his race nor realm, but and the poor At List lie said. "Sir. 1 am let that ship striLe the unseen rock. let it already employed bv th other side " be buffeted by raging waves and winds "Who," said the astonished magnate, "has till the masts are down and the decks retained jou en the ether Me " Then, awash or licked b hungry flame, the pilot pointing to the ch'Mren In the strfot be- is not moved by flood or fire. lie will be low, he declaied. "Thcv. sir. are my cli- lau ned to a char or go down with thi I cannot and I will not desert ship into tho alism of the so before ho ents thim." will destrt his post nmic one helpless oul .. wMr1, r.thr tnvi ion- i. ....... .... ' utriivnu'.'iti'iiia U'U1I lil i"ii'tij .ini. ,innn...i . tit upon his cniir ice and his skill, .l a fa- -j i ill VV illiani Coebel to Ids k nd lie through all the eventful to th yPa:s of his pul !.c fe stood l!ko the pilot to tie sn him-li- t a s. lur ,11 the titn. of se :o ,,t t,e ,,iKe. iB knew that strength of ti. "'I w" o were liua"wUJ li inNtoiiune s arm and fe!t t'le ?hip respond to his ' i' ' ' fine control. lie faced dangers moro in- piti!es- n.'nln-- s of L Lo ci'i'ht in the dious thin luddc.i shoals, enemies more s. With an i MtkI l"'"pct.in. bolted and Iwrrei ruthless than the prison doors untroubled and an unflinching gaze he and lx rty, from ptn ttkle .11.! thf clanking chains fall looked squarely into the grinning chopj limbs ,.t h's command of death and went down like the pilot with fiom Its s'up II" fr"ed the highways of Kenton county hand on the wheel. from the petty twants who had kvied an Monuments are erected to the lilng, He not the dead. Wo need no "storied um Inordinate toll upon the traveler upon the gri it bridgi i that span or animated bust" to redeem from oblivion stood the Ohio betwem Cincinnati and the sis- tho fame of William Goebel. Ills name ter cities of Newport and Covington and is engraved upon tho hearts of his counthousands of footsore tollers wend- trymen, and his deeds mark th proudest ing their weary way from the cottage and and most tragic page in the history ot his the tenement to the shop and tho bench. country. This Is not a monument, but a He saw the mill hand In his overalls and beacon. It Is erected here not to mark the factory girl In her tattered shawl sub- the resting place of the dead, but to direct mit to plunder ns the price of passage, and inspire the onward march of the livand he said to the bridge owner as to the ing. He fell like a sentinel In front of the exploiter of the highway, "You may capitol of the commonwealth, defending charge a reasonable toll, but you shall not the sanctity of Its courts and the indewring an extortionate tribute from the pendence of its legislative assemblies, and meager purse and the horny hand of hon- in front of the capitol have we stationed est toll." this Inspiring figure, that in death, as in Great men are never understood by their life, he still shall stand an eternal sentry, Immediate contemporaries, as mountains sternly challenging fraud and corruption, cannot be measured by those who stand still the vigilant guardian of the penniless, t their base. Both must be viewed at a the friendless and the oppressed. .. tho-Jun -. MoRoberts B. Drug Store. Jt I MMMHHMMM A . F. HUDSON, President. W. O. P.igney. Ass't Cash'r. J. J. WALKEK, Joe J. Walker, Jr., Vice Prest. Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ORGANIZED 1S83. We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. ; j Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. ! This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. ' i Trr f aaJES5Tgrrg3kiS7Ta.Ori3 ' ggsfEFsssgasisBai Why not Made to Your- Order Paint? --- Mix your paint to suit surface and wath-- r conditif.es and tint it so it blends well w;'h the sarroundngs of insr huUbe. PhoenixWhlteiead labs. mMM -- (Dutch Coy rainier Trade Mark) I PVrs" iritis' t' " . . r."i1.1 f r 4 rM l? K . and pure linseed oil mixed right 0:1 t!. jub and tinted the desired co'urj tnke perfect paint. Yc.il ct not only the colors yon paint so vz?.t but a -i.n" ;t nrrlinrc into Iiip pmntf sap ..v.w..mV c and stays on till it wears sure-resu- lt w po-r- &ii !l v W&? S feSI iaHaW M M?9HaW MBfes J ?4m S3i3 r5 fe?4r? k tSSj "? ""?i &i W U-- ou can et other paint requisites here. too. Come in acd talk point now. The season's right. S 93 jg Wyc.G.4J.LSniRMESy 1 tkVjmw For Sale: We have seven heifers to freshen within the next sixty days, and as our milking barn is already full, we must dispose of cows, in or-t- o make room for them. We have some good ones to sell. fg We also have some nice ing about 80 pounds for sale. shots weigh- t!r w; IS ' rf" Blue Grass Dairy m&fr&w&fsei In M g sto-m- ht 1 $ mw .wfeti i fie Knows A Good Thing that husband of yours. When he sees you using Wllte Swan Flour be sure that he expects some fine bread, bis r" - "S" fX. V SUBSCRIBE FOR 2L cuits or cake. 'jjhat you 'are a'S He's right too, WHITE SWAN FLOUR Try a sack and show him makes the finest of such things. iK good a baker as his mother ever was. THE CENTRAL 1 I RECORD; tK"""-.- it Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills $ .00 Per Year. -- - - i t ,Vit ") - rifi- - t ifi The. Central Record, Thursday Mch 26 1914. v Page 5 her Mr. and Mrs. J. Ralph Scott spent the past week end with Mr. and Mrs. j YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, Miss Smith of Berea is visiting her J. Randolph of Stanfort Ky. V sister, Mrs. Chester Lewis, Councilman Wesley Zanone has been Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Cecil visite'd Mr, confined. to his home several days with For Rent. an attack of acute indigestion. and Mrs. John Oaks, Sunday. Stormes flat. Posession at once. Mr. Noah Marsee who has been ill A Brief Mention of the Comings and Miss Christine Moss of Bryantsville Dr. Burnett. Goings by Those we Arc Interested in. for several days is sufficiently improved is a visitor of Miss Florence Acton. as to be able to be about the house. Seed corn and seed oats for cash at Mr. Jesse Prather has gone for a soMisses Martha and Helen Gill who low prices. journ with relatives at Decatur, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Trazier Hurt visited Garrard Milling Co. have been guests of Judge and Mrs. W relatives of the latter in Stanford on Mr. and Mrs. Pool Perkins have I. Williams for the past month, wil Leave orders at Stormes Drug Store Sunday. taken rooms at the Hotel Kengarlan. leave tomorrow for a visit with friends for renewals for papers and magazines. Mrs. Cleveland Rose has been visitMrs. Frank B. Marksburv has return- in Louisville, Ky., before returning to Get my catalog prices. ing her mother, Mrs. Belle Perkins in ed from a few day's stay in Louisville. their home in Lancaster, Ky., Misses .Mrs. Dollie Brown. Gill have been the recipients of many Stanford. Miss Sarah Pruit and little Mary social courtesies during their stay For Sale Mr. W. H. Whaley of Paris, came Pruitt, visited Mrs. J. B. House this their hostess' friends who have by been l.vJJ acres land near Hyattsvilie Xy. over Sunday for his periodical visit to week. delighted to honor the charming Ken- If not sold by March 1st, would lease Lancaster. Miss Mary Nell Farley of the county tucky girls in one way or another. to one or more parties for tob ceo or Mrs. J. C. Eubanks. of Stanford, has returned from a three weeks' stay Tulsa, Okla. Democrat IE hemp. 31 IE 31 1L in Louisville. has been visiting kinspeople in LancasA well gotten up magazine sent out Address, Mrs. PattieG. Hydon. ter and vicinity. Mrs. C. M. Clay is in Lancaster for by the Womans College of Richmond liicholaavihe, Ky. K. It 4. Mrs. J. G. Burnside is in Birminham a months stay and has taken rooms at Va. contains the following personals Phone 1M5J, Lexington Exchange. Ala., for a months stay with her daugh the Kengarlan. 2mo. that will be of interest to us. "One of ter Mrs. J. V. Arnold. Miss Jo Hord Mrs. J. B. Collier, who has been serMrs. R. E. McRoberts and son, Mr. our voice teachers. 1 Car Salt. Misses Alma and Mary Lear are at iously ill at the home of her son at John McRoberts were visitors in Dan Frank, has been appointed the leading One-liasoprano of the Seventh street Christian bag 3fcls. 1 rjshel i is somewhat im- - ville Wednesday. home after a visit to Mrs. James Fork Ridce. Tenn, I church. It makes us proud of our teach bag ;Kc. 2 bushel batf Wc. 28 tb barrel proved and will return here this week, L. Newman at Frankfort. Miss Alice Beazley of Danville is a er to see S. N. :.i i... iui. rii:rt her ability recognized by the $1.80. uy - wumci. Laattr, Ky visitor of Mrs. James A. Dudderar on people of the city. Dr. William E. Barton, of Chicago, accuinpuiueu Richmond Avenue. has been here on a visit to his invalid Mrs. W. S. Walker has gone to Last Notice To 'wjajers. Miss Jo Horil Frank has returned sister, Mrs. George M. Patterson. Indiana, having been called Representative J. R. Mount was a from a season in New York, where she Ml person, indebted to the I... as there by the illness of her granddaughwi tries urar.- - , ter GrjKfc.,, Schoo, for taxes or Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Robinson and ter, little Margaret Walker, daughter recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby '" "J?" sluui'"K i viiit:. Allen at Lagrange. two little sons arrived Saturday night, years 1912 and ifi i are warred ! I of Mr. and Mr. Towles Walker, the Mrs. b. r. iantis and dugnter.Miss. and settle same at once ami sav. after a protracted stay in Georgia. Mr. andMrs. Owsley Walker of child being critically ill of diptheria. Stanford were visitors on Monday of Bessie YantN. of Indianapolis lnd., Mr. iof advertising awl selling yrtpert Mrs. Joanna Ball has returned home and Mrs. Jack rseazlej. Mr. Samuel . S-Jt Mrs. M. E. Stults, late of Paducah. Lancaster kinspeople. E. W. Hsht., visit Embry Jr. and Mrs. Embry. Mr. and H after a Bohon to her daugHter, Mrs. has been here on a visit to her parents, Mrs. Ann Robinson has hone to spend .Mrs. Morgan Beazley, Mr. Thomas Campbell in Stanford. Earnest Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne, going from For Sale, a week with her sister, Mr3. James Dudderar and daughter, of Stanford, Mr. James M. Layton, of Cincinnati this place to Columbia, her husband Francis A business which has proven at Paint Lick. Mr. and .Mrs. Emery Beazley of Shelby came Saturday to see his brother Mr. who is an insurance agent having ju-(- t table in Linealn aad Boyle or Mr. and Mrs. Everett Parks of Dan- City, Mr. Anderson Xunneliy ami Mr. O. T. Lavton, who has been quite sick. been appointed to transact business in VactHB House Cloaaif ville have been with Mr. and Mr?. John .Murphy ot Hustmiville, Mr. and The that section. Mrs. C. C. Johnson, Mws MoHie Beaz- An attractive (rpiMMr U Messrs Ed and N. B. Price weie in In a playlet to be given Friday night Mack Hendren of the county. U Stanford to see their brother. Dr. A. S. ley and .Mr. O. Burton, of Danville, proof, if interested write Mrs. Sue Curtis, of Lincoln county E. 1 Price, who still continues in a state of by the Lida Powell Circle of the First Mr. ami .Mrs. C. F. Dtnman of Nithol- Chiistiun church in Louisville, Miss has been here the guest of her cousin, ! ville attended tile funeral ill health. service nckl Dedie Maud Robson, a frequent visitor Mrs. Sarah Hurt in Hill Court. here Sunday afternoon ot Mr. James Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith and little here to her many relatives will assume Mr. Elizabeth Joseph is at heme A. Dudderar. daughters are making a three weeks the role of Mr. Bob Truman creditably after an extended visit to kinspeople in I wiaii to sell priv.tely ra fai jiiss Lt.ttit. jr.,,. MeRotwrts has visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Char- personating a young man character. uik City anp Eaton, Ohio. tmning ahoat sixtv cres of tan . r. les Fox in Danville. tunA.d from jington where she pre-DJudge Lewis L. Walker went to B. F. Walters has returned from ' sided a toastmaster at a banquet given watered ami located 4j miles fi.' Miss Jennie Duncan accompanied her fi, i,; nm.,.. castor on Dttmiik rile at ii. pi.nanir wt,.! sister, Mrs. V. S. Elkin to Stanford Washington D. C, on last SatJrday, as a professional trip to Kings .Mountain Fraternity. Lancaster is i.roud of the irwn mke near Uut did Editor J, E. Robinson of the Record and other points to the south of here. on a visit to Mrs. Richard Warren re pap year oM bay mare, works and : This visit of these gentlemen was turning home Saturday. Miss Rclla Arnold left Monday night nice tnings saiu in tne Lexington .. crs as to the manner in which she pre- well ami brings goftd colt ever." simply prompted by a desire to see for will be at our Mr. Hugh Tomlinson of Toledo, In fact, stock of all kinds and classes a short stay with Misses Mary ArOhio, their friends, Senators Bradley and sided. The banquet table was set in Three jersey heifers, fresh :vt t is at the bedside of his father, Mr. James, and had no political significance nold and Elizabeth Anderson at Corbin. the main dining room and made into March or first of Anril ten good eft en Henry Tomlinson who is critically ill at Mrs. Jessie Thomas, who has been the Greek letter design. It was deco- and one buck, all oung stnl will lamb Miss Fannie West has returned to quite sick for several weeks, we are rated in the fraternity colors, cardinal about March ltitb. Jerry Bland, his home near Bryantsville. her home in Lancaster, after a visit to glad to state is improving at this writ- and straw, a large basket of red roses !.am:aster. Ky Mrs. W. S. Elkin left last Thursday her sister Mrs. George B. Robinson... ing. and jonquils tied with yellow ribbon for a short visit to her sister, Mrs. Miss Lou J. Grant, of Lancaster, is the Mrs. Ann Bell of Fayette County has and tulle in the center and vases of Kentucky, County Court Day, Mch 23rd. Charlotte Warren at Stanford enroute guest of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Grant in Lancaster, been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. white carnations, the fraternity flower, to her home in Atlanta Miss Lillian Kinnaird has returned to Lancaster is one of the best stock markets in Cen- Rev. D. M. Walker, Georgia. of Having sold my farm and expectii.g Arnold at their attractive country with cardinal and straw streamers of in Lancaster, after pastor the ribbon. The gold edged name cards to leave the county. 1 will on. Kentucky, and you will always find a seller for Stanford Cnristian church, was here her home friends Advocate. a visit to home. Danville were marked with gold letters and the Mrs. S. D. Cochran was hostess of SATURDAY, APRIL 11th, 1914 those who buy and a buyer for those who sell at our menu cards containing also the toast the Baracca class at her residence on list were white booklets tied with silk at 10 o'clock promptly, ut my farm Pens. We have just completed our new yards and can Danville Avenue, refreshments were cord and tasels and had the coat of miles from Lancaster, on Buckeye pihi. We have served. cattle. take care of arms of the Chi Omega embossed in sell to the highest bidder, the follov; Mrs. Ed Price and Mjss Tommie gold. ing: 600 Francis were in Danville onWednesday 1 One twelve year o d work horst Mrs. Theodore Currey, President of Announces and were guests of Mrs. Samuel P. four y.ir old horse, safe fur lad the Woman's Club entertains today at Those who want to buy are invited to meet those who want to sell Grant. her handsome home on Richmond street 50 bushels of choice seed Sweet Peta on the Fonrth Monday in February. stock at the Lancaster Stock Pens Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Helm, of More-lan- d in compliment to the organization of toes, 4 Jersey milk cows. gutl milkers were here Sunday and Monday the which he is the head. The atFair 5 Jersey heifers, two aiits, f;.iro. . i SATURDAY, MARCH 28th, 1914. guests of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Tom marks one of the social features of the May, 1 two horse wagon, 1 oi.e wagon, good as new, 1 buckborfrd. Ballard. season. The spacious home was beausurrey, some farming implements and Special attention is called to the Smart and Dressy Models Miss Emma Hughes Hays' an effic- tifully decorated for the occasion in household and kitchen furniture. Lancaster, Ky. St ient member of the Stanford Interior potted plants, uutcercups and carna- blacksmith tools ami 3D gallon i for the Tot to the Grown tip Miss. tions. It was the request of the hosJournal staff, was a visitor in this city ami announced on uuy t f tess that the guest come garbed to rep, Terms liberal Monday. R. P. ISON. sale. resent some popular book anu well Miss May James, of Richmond, came known book, and the LJfwaster. K attempts various w down and spent from Saturday till to follow out her expressed wishes was Capt. Am Bourne. Auei. Diaw A fj Monday with Misses Allie and Stella the cause of much merriment. Mr3. R Hendren. L. Elkin, Misses McRobert3 and Mason Fashioned by Adversity. m Miss Virginia Oaks has returned home were chosen as committee to pass as for the money you owe and Many man never found himself omen, jfj after a three weeks visit with her to the merits of the various represen- until he a all he bad. Adversity note how much more reslost iU grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. tations: the guests upon their arrival stripped him only to discoxer him. m BY MISS ELIZA ISON, Of Bryantsville, Ky. pectfully your creditors reReynolds. j presenting to this committee their own Hardships and obstacles are the malcard, together with the title of the let and chisel which shape strong lives gard you. They like to do Miss Margaret Scott has returned to povDanville, where she is completing a j volume which they represented. later a Into beauty. The hardships of us. SNOW PUDDING. business with a man who contest was held, each person present erty may bring out the diamond in course under leading Modiste of f pint of cold water for 10 min- that place. the Soak one box of Knox's Gelatine in has an account at the giving their interpretation of the vari- Wo always do our best while fighting desperately and faithfully to attain over this when soaked 2 pints of boiling 'water, squeeze in the juice utes. Put ous costumes, and the most successful Misses Margaret and Eva Scott have what the heart covets. Garrard Bank & Trust Co. of 4 lemons, 1J cups of granulated sugar, stire until all 13 dissolved (not on the list was awarded a prize for their stove however) strain through a cheese cloth, let stand while in a bowl until it returned home, after a delightful visit aptitude. A dainty luncheon of cotree. They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better begins to jelly, then whip in the stiffly beaten whites of 4 eggs and beat the with their sister Mrs. Jessie Warmoth, sandwiches and chocolate was served, Endurance. open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev mixture hard. Rinse molds with cold water or have them well chilled, till with of Stanford. the serving being accomplished in a Whether It may seem paradoxical will grow all right. Games of rook ae an interesting and most effective manner bv the younger or not, it is a f.'.ct In onr naturo that, the mixture and set on ice to harden. Serve with the following sauce. with one-haSAUCE Boil one pint of milk, stir yolks of 4 s cup of innocent pastime participated in at the members of tne organization. without endurance, life ceases to be & teaspoon cornstarch, add this to the boiling milk. Put in a lately established "rest room" of the i sugar, one-haThe color prevailing was yellow, the enjoyable; with ont pains accepted m. 1?XAJtV!VVt-HKiboiler and stir until it thickens, add a teaspoon of vanilla and pinch of Masonic organization. decorations throughout the apartments pleasure will not be permanent A lifo from which everything that ha3 ia ti salt. Serve cold. Mr. W. IL Grider, of Richmond and l)ein coniiued to this color, even the the element of pain is tuuiishri, g7.yryTT.-'iL-rigi.'..LiuL'iu.a- r? bra!?s candlesticxs beirg drain-with a man of Insurance fame, is in the city j a life not worth ba r.s cr n in the interest of those good companies delicate yellow snades. he-- l soft ilinmi-wliic- h worse, of intolerable tedium ar'l 5EZ5S3 nation throughout tae roont,. gust. James Hinton. he so ably represents. ftp Presld- - "." the Woman Club Lex.ngton l!whotalve prw.jea R8 2 MissJawj. Lell. oi M. Con kv m that been the guest of Mium Paly kin- - office CatamMr Landing Mat A u, ih, leceivi4)g amJ an " Coluicuaa first landed do an nuiru in li in uuun anu rouv sin- - a- H. C. Kaulfinan, i of the K.hania group off t' i r derson on Richmond Avenue. J. Qfi-.Bank- ?? "t HCKooerts. Florida, vhica ' as name' s . Mis. J ha .1. ? .iU,it i' dor. Ha aftr ard nu' s AMERICAN FENCE. Gossip About People vsv Strongest and BEST Fence on the Market Today. Car Load Just Received. J. E. Mount, n Son & Co. We Invite You To See Sunday afternoon to preach the funeral discourse of the late Mr. Dudderar. Mr. J. W. Sweeney made a recent business trip to Stanford. Mr. Charles Adams, of Lexington, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams enroute to Atlanta, where he will be with his sister, Mrs. Ed. Engleman. Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Burnett and little daughter Miss Cassie Mae, are here for a fortnight's stay before they locate permanently at their new home in Shelbyville. Mr. and Mrs. J, Raymond Haselden, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Haseldan, Mr. Joe S. Haselden, Masters J. R. and Duncan Haselden motored to Lexington last Thursday. Mrs. Robert Harding end Miss Margaret Harding, of Danville accompanied Attorney Harding when he came over to Circuit Court and made an stay with Lancaster friends. all-da- y Miss Polly Reynolds is visiting sister, Mrs. John Oaks. D 0 "The ftfftAf Craze' lf luir-fce- Da, iier rrl Don't Forget Our Adjust- ment Sale. Tr--,u- I R. S. BROWN. w ! i. , I '" New Stock Pens 1200 Public Sale. tral Covered Pens for Cattle and feed for all. 7fss ftella Sirnold Spring Opening " t'h J. N. ROSS, Prop. ur Check &S53tt33533&S35SS&333&i3&Sa&33S3 favorite Recipes iQf $ell J(nown .n one-hal- The Garrard Bank Trust Company lf lf : r??mm?K-u?iim&?ixrTam'wz!Z- s We Write Anv Kind of . j O I I i.-- National T'SCSt l HBASUBY & Biik M CO- - of Lancaster, Ky. 1'bone 27. Bakmz; 9 '' 'jfi-u- B. :n-n g. LuUIsVlilo lUtl.J li'-Kcit- - . . K. . "J Cat ,lil 'ts amors otter cf tip ;. il3 and a!on tb- -- r,. ' f 4I1'J i I died. 'iivrcYV. !i!rt i' d :A- - form r a teacm r ; ';. : i .'. latter at Puinl Lick, have been at home j with their paiei.ts, Mr. and Mrs. Tnos. Mr. Monte Foz. Mr. Bourae Fox and Mr. Ben Bright, well known stocK dealers of Boyle county, were 'iir.ong the Court Day traders in evidence here on the streets Mondav. To The People Who Anticipate uiiuing Tobacco Barns We have made arrangements with our mills for these special bills and can give prompt service. We are making the special price of $1.80 per hundred F. 0. B. cars Lancaster. We are also malting a specialty on painted and. galvanized roofing. "Don't fail to see us when in need of lumber or roofing. aves fef Saves Money r The Chautauqua Circle held their assemblage at the home of Misses .Martha and Helen Gill, the members are just beginning the study of a new volume on the "Meaning of Evolution". Mrs. Alex West who has been critically ill with pneumonia for almost a week 13 still regarded as in a critical condition, the dread disease having just reached crisis; her large circle of relatives and friends hope for a change r within the next" twenty-fou- r for hours. Mr. James M. Layton, formerly of this county, but now connected with the firm of Hubbard, House and Rags-dal- e, of Cincinnati, was mingling with his host of friends here Monday and incidentally paid this office a pleasant call. the-bette- and Makes Better Food Lancaster Lumber & M'fg IIL Go. MM U. nenL '''he posed were ths oi.. id? For the many '.iiiiy . xpressions. ami East Indies. roM,,, dtcJs o:" loin r kindness tended me tiui ing the recent abort ill ws ! af ter the death of my dear misbami, l wi-.- to epre by sincere gratitude to my many friends. Mrs. J. M. Saatiwm is mttmtiv. Mrs. Bettie Lear Dudderar a bonefellon. Mr. T. Whittaker is suffering with rheumatism. Spring and Summer Mr. Luther Raney has been in Lex ington on businoss. Take a look at our Whit and Yellow Seed Corn.and learn what the germina tion test 13. It will pay you. Hudson & Hughes. DISPLAY Ray visited Mrs. Tom Mrs. J. D. Doolin of Mt. Hebron last week. Mrs. Meade Teater visited her father Mr. J. P. Prather in Lancaster Wed- nesday. Just received car Southern White See Seed Oats, that are extra good. You are cordially invited them before you buy. Hudson & Hughes. Ada Kinnai rd Rev. Wearen filled bis regular appointment at Antioch Sunday and was the guest of Mr. and Mr. John Ham. ..ii ji" nni;. L n IiY. Millinery Saturday, March 28th. Mrs Page 6 Beef and Milk Cattle are kept for two purposes; for beef A-ple- nty The Central Record, Thursday Mch ItlJENA Vlh'I'A Several from here attended court in Lancaster Monday. Tom C. Scott made a business trip to Harrodsburg Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blakeman visited relatives in Nicholasvilla last week. Miss Alyce Mabel Scott leaves next week to visit in Lexington and Paris. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Christopher spent Saturday and Sunday in Lexing ton. Mr. Wm Proctor of Mercer Co. spent last week with his daughter Mrs. Will Scott. Just received car Southern White Seed Oats, that are extra good. See them before you buy. Hudson & Hughes. Miss Horn spent the week's end with her sister Mrs. ShoemaKer of Harrodsburg. Mrs. J. E. Scott was the guest of Mrs. Thos. L. Poore of Burgin several days this week. Mr. J. B. Ruble is having a pleasant visit with his wife and daughter at St. Pettersburg Fla. Take a look at our White and Yellow Seed Corn.and learn what the germina-tio- n test is. It will pay you. Hudson & Hughes. Mrs. A. D. Scott and son are expected home the last of the week after a delightful stay of several weeks.at St. Petersburg Fla and other southern cities. 26,-191- 4 PAINT LICK. Mr. Dave Henry was in Lexington the past week. Mrs. John Winn has returned from a visit to Frankfort. Mr. Sam Denny was in Louisville the past week on business. Messrs Boyd and Floyd Coldiron are in from Danville Illinois for a visit. Miss Hattie Lowery of Nicholasville is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walker Guynn. Take.a look at our White and Yellow Seed Corn, and learn what the germna-tio- n test is. It will pay you. Hudson & Hughes. Mrs. Ann Robinson of Lancaster visited Mr. and Mrs. James Francis the past week. The consolidated School which has been closed for two weeks, opened again Monday. Mr. George Treadway of the firm Treadway, Denny and Co, is in Cincinnati this week on business. Just received car Southern White See Seed Oats, that are extra good. them before you buy. Hudson & Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Rucker, Misses Sallie Burnham Woods, Ethel and Emma Estridge and Messrs Roy Estridge and Con Asher took in the show "Excuse Me" at the opera house in Richmond Wednesday night. non HAMMACK Mr. Woods Walker went to Mt Ver last Thursday. Mr. Lou McQuerry is having a nice dwelling house put up. Miss Ida Hurt of Lowell is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. F. Parsons. Mr. John Beazley is making preparations to move to the Bryantsville neighborhood. Take a look of our White and Yellow Seed Corn.and learn what the germnia-tio- n test is. it will pay you. Hudson & Hughes. A nice dinner was served at old man Squire Pointers the 16th, it being his 77th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. James Parsons visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dud-era- r, Sunday. Mr, Sub Cook and Miss Mamie McQuerry visited Mr. and Mrs. Steve Estes of Kirksville last week. Just received car Southern White Seed Oats, that are extra good. See them before you buy. Hudson & Hughes. Little Miss Sarah E. L. Hammack received a nice doll as a birthday pres ent from Mrs. Will Parish of Greenfield III. pro- duction and for milk production. To do either right they must be healthy. There is nothing better to keep them in continued good health, or to make them well quickly when sick, than a few doses of .LICC DCC 1aa T STOCK MEDICINE Any time any olmy cattle get anything wrong with them I give them a few doses of BceDee STOCK MEDICINE. They soon get well. John S. Carroll. Moorhead. Miss. When Your Blood is Right Your Whole System is Right. Do Not Delay Stirs up the liver Drives disease poisons away. 23c 60c and SI. per can. At vniir dealer's. P. If You Have any Blood or skin Disease until it is too late but Order R2 TODAY A Good Jack, and a Stud Pony to make the season at TINKER'S RETREAT. Hyattsville. S. H. ALDRIDGE. Proprintor. The Hot Springs Remedy a Complete and Positive Remedy for SYPHILIS. ECZEMA, ERYSIPELAS, ACNE, MALARIA, RHEUMATISM, Kentucky. OLD BLACK JOE. hands high This Jack is 3 years body and bone. He is by Old Hugger, many good mules to his credit, as any Jack is John Morgan bred, and traces Prime Minister and Joe Blackburn. old 15 not up on stilts, but stout built, good the Jack the Burton's stood, and has as Jack in the county. The dam of this back to such famous sires as Beecher, pony, 54 inches high, good style and black and action, is sired by Sam Cecils's pony who has as many blue ribbons to his credit His dam is an extra good pony mare and he cer83 any pony in Boyle county. tainly shows good breeding. They will stand at A lien will be retained on all colts until season money is paid and the season is due from the man who bnd the mare, if soldor parted with. Care taken SILVER SI UK. whitcspotteJ And all other Forms f Hood and Skin Diseases. $8.00 Each To Insure A Living Colt. to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Registered Hampshire Hogs for Sale at All Times. Catarrh Victims. Use Hyomei You Breathe It. rMPMli1 tMUiWIfi ft iiiiii Alexander Stamp, 12696. point remedy It's the right-to-th- e not only for catarrh, but for head colds sniffles, bronchitis, laryngitis or croup of children. You breathe in no stomach dosing. You will like Hvomei. It not only gives instant and lasting relief, but is entirely harmless, pleasant to use, and Money refunded by R. E. economical. McRoberts if you are not benefited. Hyomei is a combination of antiseptic oils that mixes with the air and quickly e reaches the irritated and inflamed of the nose. It's sure and safe healing brings immediately yon feel mem-branc- All parties indebted to us will please call and settle. As we have closed out our business and our accounts must be closed at once. Fish & Hammack. Mrs. Lytha Hammack received a nice To The Housewife. setting of Buff Orphington eggs from Madam, if your husband is like most Greenfield Ills, presented to hei by G. men he expects you to look after the W. Hammack of that place. health of yourself and children. Coughs and colds are the most common of the minor ailments and are most likely to A child is lead to serious diseases. much more likely to contractdiphtheria It has the only real continuous or scarlet fever when is has a cold. If dcor opening. you will inquire into the merits of the ' Hoops made of tested steel. various remedies that are recommended Hoops can her adjusted from ladfor coughs and colds, you will find that der front doorframe. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy stands Doors made- - of California Redhigh in the estimation of people who wood, "1 he Wood Eternal." lef" The location of ouc factoiy gives u use it. It is prompt and effectual, lowest freight from mills to factory, and from facpleasont and safe to take, which are tory you. Git a better Silo to and Save money by qualities especially to be desired when writing us tor cataJos and prices. LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. a medicine is intended for children, i (Incorporated j P. 0. Station F. IBUISHUX UL For sale by all dealers. Hot Springs Physicians pronounce this the Greatest Blood and Skin Remedy ever placed on the Market. Full Course Treatment-S- ix Bottles--$18.0- 0 Singles Bottle-$5.- 00 We Prepare a Remedy for Every Disease Our Treatment for Female Ills is the Greatest of its Kind Ever Offered Suffering Women. Write us your Troubles. All Correspondence Strickly Private 803 Hot Springs Medicine Company, 2 Central Avenue, Hot springs, Ark. 1-- kP y Had i son Peavine 3405 place- - Will make the season of 1914 on Lexington pike at at my r ii. & A Foaled April 12. 190S, bay blaze and three white feet, sired by William If suffering from watery eyes, husky Stamp, 9740. voice, discharge from the nose, or that Dam Sally Hamilton, 1242G. This is an awful good breeding Clyde breeds, choked-u- p feeling, try Hyymei now good form, broad and close to ground. Just the horse to get work and brood All druggists sell it; Ask for mares from. 1.00 size. the complete outfit. Recently I met a Ranchman from South Dakota who bred over 100 mares yearly and he said "The Clyde Horse was the only draft he could get, that would get him a saleable horse from a Texas pony mare up," this means a great deal IIKYANTNV1LLE as our horses are too small as a rule for work or good mule mares. This horse Mrs. B. C. Rose spent a few days at lias proven as sure as any horse I ever kept for service. Lancaster last week. TO INSURE. Mrs. Hogan Ballard is in Nichoku-villI will also at same time and place stand Two Black Jacks, 15 and 15J visiting her mother, Mrs. Elder. hands, standard, as much bone, foot, head and ear as Kentucky affords with Mrs- - C. C. Becker entertained a few lots of weight, both sound and prompt. Look at the above stock before breeding. her friends at an elegant dinner on Thursday.' To Insure. Jacks Stand at Miss Nannie Coulter has recovered! These Jacks were bred in Nelson County, Kentucky, and by what was from her rectnt illness and is now back known as the Bivion Jack, considered by all who know him to be as great as at Bckerr Ballard & Co. the greatest. He was 16 hands high. Dam of older Jack was by Governor Mrs. W. L Glass and daughter, Wood, a great one. I guarantee satisfaction when your colt comes. Above stock will make the season of 1914 at Bucna Vista, Ky. A lien retained on all Mary lee,, are with Mr. and Mis. J. W. Glassy for a stay of several weeks. colts for season money. For further information apply to Just received car Southern White I Seed Oats, are extra good. See them before yoa buy. Hudson & Hughes. Mr. Walter Davis, of Eddyburg, Ind. i has returned home after a very pleas ant visit with her cousin, Mr. Virgil Vanarsdale. Record 2:29 tf. Trial 2:1 4 3A. Mr. Hugh Tomlinson of Toledo Ohio, came Friday to be at the bedside of Half Brother to Lula Watts (2 227 lA. his father,. Mr Henry Tomlinson, whose Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15 hand?, foaled 1906. condition is gradually getting worse. Standard Registered Vol. 18. Take a look at our White and Yellow to-da- y. better at once. Designed and $10.00 To Insure A J &&& Um Colt. 4 .iCS '"vBarJe-i-"- Patented 1887 Madison Peavine, is a beautiful chest nut with star and left hind foot white. He is royally bred, being bv Kentucky Peavine and he bv Rex Peavine. 1st dam Maud Helton by Madison Squirrel. You will make no mistake by breeding to this horse. I will also at same time and place stand my two fine Jacks at 1 - B $12.00 e, o-- i $10.00 They're still on still in good condition, and is an occasional coat of paint, The In addition to the lasting qualities, they're Standard Fireproof, Stormproof and inexpensive. Ever Sines For Sale by I Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company.. 50 North 23rd Street, Philadelphia. the only attention they've had individuals and their breeding can be furnished you at my barn. Lien retained on all colts for season money. Season due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occur. My $ 0.00 Each to Insure a Living Colt. fine Jacks are V Wm. LEAR, Lancaster, Ky. G. H. RUBLE, Agent. 46158. sss BLEUCHER M.h rn.rl- - HtKIU Q.U. T.-Sir. of 21. iiu & 1 f Knoula t Ky St Klnio 275. li(.'lit Mi,', llrook 1ST 3 saw ureal isroou .Mare. 2:lr',j !:l'i. iiaru niiks ( Harry t;iay 4 . jrffl'i. Sneol Kills liurL 2:Oi'i. I VhImi 2:0V!,. etc, Sire of dams ...'(Norwood 1.Bell-li- of Shuhy2..'7', Mcadon (Jenny Htojk tjM'i. Knima Cirrat brood ware Jstf-;- . Norwood 522. Zarrlne liroot Kelluruolc ( Barou 2:IS t iu.u:.Mreof 12 ln2:I0. eW. pinko 24117 I Hir of Ilrendn Yorke ( Queen Ethel . Ktrno CIo of . I.al.--i WutttliljI 2:1'. Belle (.1) saWJJ. Daw of Bninps 2:0S4. 2:KSH. Native Dam ::i..i;c!,t arJi'.i. I silver Silk (4) ,r it .,t tt a lilf i Mnnrirn f2l 907:? u!e I Wilkts Miiiw1 tMS.2.2i?i swu--r N. IT.) etc. ti Mirnt Brook t Ilettwciay 2 11 sire ott:ari vuin 3 Half Mster to Silent ( Jenny Clay. By Harry Clay 45. lirook2:cKlJ4. UeddleCInv . and Lillv Clay (I) Iain of Silent Brook dam of Prue2:21,V 2:1i". Keddie Olay 2r25:4.etc. Silent Brook 1!7C9. 2:1GJ, sire of Billy Burk 2:03, Meadow Brook 2:06J, Lady Shawbay 2:07. Zarrine 2:07J. Betty Brook 2:09!, Emma Brook Bellhrook 2:10. Butter Brook 2:10, Silent Brigade (2) 2:10, Margaret Bathgate His dam. Jenny 2;11L etc. SireJ dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07i, etc. City, also produced Reddie Clay 2:25J, and was grandam of Prue 2:21. Search-Sih-M- I I , ( ), Aleyoue CM, 2:27 Sin? of l. flanid of 15. ('!' .' !.-- ! Vilki-s47.V- in 1 1 () lies of the present day. He being a real race horse himself, having had very It certainly looks like this .Jittle training and most of that by an amateur. horse is of Grand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win his share of the money sure. Moko 24457, sire of Fereno 2:05J (winner Kentucky Futurity), Brenda Yonco (31 2:082 (Futurity winner.) (5) 2;041, Native Belle (2) 2:072 (Futurity filly) Manrico (3) 2:07i (Futurity winwinner,) (3) 2:0GJ (champion ner). Silver Silk (4) 2;08i, Susie N. (3) 2:091 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10 Mobel2:10. Mochester 2:10L Momaster 2:11. Siliko (3) 2:lli (Futurity winner) fcc. Si.vd dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion), Vito (4) 2:09i, Martha Tipton (4) 2:091. o'Neil (3) 2:13J, etc Brother to Bumps 2:031, Baron D. 2:10. etc trial mile 2:14J, half in 1:06, last quarter in Bleucher 4G158, record He 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the great Futurity sire Moko. A grand combination of two of the best race horse fami- Seed Corn,af learn what the germination test is- - It will pay you. Hudson & Hughes. The Bryar.teville Telephone Company through its efficient manager, Mr. Claude Prewitt. has secured connection with the Bell Telephone Co. and can now give its eustomers the very best of long distance service to any point. The rates for long distance messages have also been greatly reduced, in many cases the chaiges only being about half of the former rates. The exchange here has certainly been one of the greatest of the recent improvements in our vicinity. Mr. W. C. Rose, one of our most popular and successful young business men, who has recently gone to Lexington to live and who is now President of the Sinalro Bottling Co, was over Monday seeing that their first delivery in, this vicinity was properly made. Ha came aver in the large new auto deliv ery car which they have just bought and will make regular deliveries here-onca week. His many friends are wishing him much success in his new enterprise and will give him their most liberal patronage. simple rule of health is daily called attention to by every doctor in the land, whose first question to patient almost invariably is, "Are your bowels regular?" Yet there's not one person in fifty who of all proper care of the bowels. And the result of this foolish neglect is nine-tentIf today you are unable to free your body of waste matter at the usual time, or if the act causes straining, pains and discomfort, don't lei that condition occur again tomorrow. Unless your bowels can carry away the waste materials left after food is digested, decay sets in, the poisons of which, taken up by the blood, increase the risk of Typhoid Fever, Appendicitis, and many other serious diseases. In treating constipation, there is a right way and a wrong way. The wrong way is to take harsh purgatives which even though they do clear the bowels, cause griping and nausea, injure the delicate tissues, and so disturb the normal functions as to cause the return of constipation. The right way is to help Nature to produce natural movement, without pain or discomfort, by using THIS hs One Hundred Million Than More a gentle laxative in the form of a chocolate-tastin- g tablet. One of these tablets eaten just before going to bea will help to restore your bowels to normal activity at a time when, your body (&1HW Ub I (Ofr) stinate),?owr bowels vnll mote easily and naturally in the morning. 1 he use of itcxall Urderhes for a few days afterward will restore nor mal regularity, .hven chronic consti This enormous quantity was pation is benefited by them, and it used with good results by "busy men is not necessary to continue the Sold Last Year Were of taking that tablet (or say two, if your case is ob- - tftl ((((.Ulllllf btf fr UU HO VbtiV M fV 49 C ItOUlb This Is Our Guarantee You Risk No Money LANCASTER PROOF Should Convince Every Lancaster Reader. to lack of exercise, or indigestion caused bv overwork by children whose parents realize the harmful effect of com- who suffered from constipation, due The frank statement of a neighbor, telling the merits of a remedy, BLEUCHER is a perfect type of a road horse, good gaited with perfect Bids you pause and believe. The same endorsement manners, w?ars no boots or weights. He has an undefeated record in the StalBy some stranger far away lion Road Class for 1913, and is conceded by good judges to be the best road Commands no belief at all. borae ouc this year. Here's a Lancaster case, This is a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to breed inA Lancaster citizen testifies. Read and be convinced. to the best families of the trotting blood. Look this horse's breeding over and Mrs, C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard see how many they have in the list both sire 8nd dam. will makethe seasou of 1914 at my stable in St, Lancaster, Ky., says;"My kidneys This great trotting Stallion were out of order and I had pains Lancaster, Kentucky, at through my back and kidneys, At times I was nervous. Dean's Kidney Pills Living Colt. To Insure A made me feel much better and stronger of mai es on grass at lOcts per day. Lien re- in every way." I am prepared to take care If your back aches if your kidneys tained on colts for service fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. bother you, don't simply ask for a kidCare taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. ney remedy ask distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mrs. Brummett had the remedy backed by home testimony. 50c all stores. 'Foster- LANCASTER, KY.iMilburn Co.. Props., Buffalo. N. Y. No. 95. TELEPHONE mon purcatives by old people whose sys tems cannot stand anything harsh by women during pregnancy, and after child birth, when any medicine with a violent action would be particularly dangerous. Many of these people are your neighbors and friends. Ask anyone who has ever used them they'll tell you Rexall Orderlies satisfied and helped them, treatment for a long time, be cause, instead of driving Nature, they samply help her to help herself. Sold only at the more than 7,000 Hexall Stores and in this town only by us. In vest pocket tin boxes, 10c 25c, 50c tions. Your word is enough. If Rexall Orderlies do not do all you expect them to if you don t feel better after using them and g find that they are the pleasan and best laxative you have ever used, we want you to tell us and get your money back. test-actin- If Rexall Orderlies do not make vour bowels act right, tell us so and we'll give back your money without asking a single question. There is no red tape to this guarantee. It means just what it says. You sign nothing. We won't hesitate, or ask you any ques- $20.00 E, McRoberts Lancaster, Kentucky. W. B. BURTON, . The Central Record, Thursday Men 26 1914. Page 7 8 L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington iz Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. D. D. D. Opens New Era in Cure of Skin Disease Professor Budlong's case of eczema than one month." Prof. C. J. Budlong, was known to almost every hospital South Lyme, Conn. and physician of reputation throughout Ask any druggist today for D D. D. the state of Connecticut. His letter Is tell you it allays another interesting demonstration of Prescription. He'll and soon there aro the itch Instantly what Is being accomplished by the signs of cure. famous specific D. D. D., Prescription. Wo have handled "It may be of interest to you to know years and regard It asthe remedy for the specific for ff preparation, V. that your skin trqubles of all kinds. Come in or D. 0. Prescription has been of incalus about D. D. C. Prescription, ask culable value to me. I was covered also about D. D. D. soap especially with eczema from head to foot when using your remedies. I could tor tender skins. I began relief, although thouset no We offer the first full size bottle I tried a sand means. I applied but two bot-Jlon tho "guarantee that unless it stops of the Prescription: a euro w.is the itch at once, it costs you not a effected in a very short time, in less cent. R. E. McRcberts, Lancaster, Ky. life-slvlnes SUNDAY SCHOOL. QUICK RELIEF FOR STOMACH MISERY. Mi-o-- 'iMHI "MIMMOMOOOO QUI ooo FIELD SEED. Wholesale prices direct to the consumer. I have a full line of HIGH GRADE SEEDS and will be pleased to submit samples and prices. Terms spot cash. satin Will Pot Your Sour, Gassy, Up- jj CARDS. Listen, Listen. Go Lesson XIII. First Quarter, For March 29, 1914. THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. 21-2- 9. set Stomach In Order. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. V9W V To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, Wmmt Paint Jtar train to Bristol connecting with fast & Atlanta. H f J faa a? " A C7 t sismaagigaisaaaiiags "Homes, and iiqvi to Paint Them" KM? ' JJT 1 t mfr yv3ZkJLjlFc U Also Color Card o 45 different Calnr ComLinatiuns 'v?: SZ23ZS , Tthis time of the yerr you'll need this bier, in-- -i struetive, fres book, It contains beautiful illus- rrawoas oi attractively painted Homed, shows S 1 floor plans and gives mil information how to select the This fine Y right coiors and how best to apply the paint. book wiii help yon save money and trouble. Tells also J.-Z- S. 1 cJ) about t ' rill" .'w: IF YOU WILL PERMIT us to demonstrate to you the need of Insurance, we are satisfied that you will no longer be without it. iV gbv-mrr riff :?.. tL3lik' sl J! ' Mv M,v Bfc'.i p!R,' Sati v. V KBft. .i& ( rT3sJ-J.-- i .. ;vj ViS sS? &W& 'J iz?.t? ri ; - This old reliable paint has mide good dvr almost naif a century. It is just Pure Wlilte Laud, Zinc Oxids, and Leavel-Seade- d n Genuine Linseed Oil, in the correct proportions, which men realize the importance of In jj make itths best and most economical paint to use. surance; but we wish to talk to those who are not fully aware of the t advantages of Insurance, and respectfully solicit an opportunity tc to give them information. Satisfaction Guaranteed Ask us far booklets on Pee Cee Flatkoatt, far Walls and Ceilings: Creostain, for Roofs: Porch and Barn Paint, Wagon and Implement Paint, etc., or write direct to PEASLEE - GAULDERT CO., Incorporated, Louisville, Ky, FRISBIE & THOMAS, KY. LANCASTER. Office Citizens National Bank. 1 1 Motets UJljgl pF Official Directory Of Garrard County. Circuit Judre Hon. Cwarie A. Hardin. CominonwcHliLs Attorney Hon. Emmet Pur- - Circuit Clerl William B. Mason. Master CdminUslunur W. II. Brown. Trustee Jury Fund Hen. F. Hobluson. Official Court Stenographer M Us Sue Shelby Mason. je.tr. County Judge C A. Arnold. County Attorney !. C. Wulkur. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Deputy cltrL Hnrry Tumlliisou. Coroner J. A. Jones. Sheriff C. A. Tobluon. Deputy SLcr;fT Gorge T. Ballard. Supcriutendai t eIE;l.ooI ills-- Jennie Hip gins. ! Assessor Deputy Assessor K. It. Urj. Jailer Ua.v Iioss. Supervisor of Uom.i Jletelatid li.r,rne. Treasurer J. V. MAUlr-TKA'll.r- Dae Quality; Quality; Quality. The Ford is the quality Car the world over. He who demands a car of highest merit at lowest coat buys the sturdy Ford, He knows its the one car with a world-wid- e record for dependable service Five Hundred Dollars is the price of the Ford runabout; the touring car is Five Fifty; the town car Seven Fifty F. O. B. Detroit, complete with equipment. Ask us for catalog and interesting Ford Times. J. X. White Logan Isou 1st. DUt. JouuS. Iidm ::nl.lilet. James Coldirou Itli. Dist. COUNTY liJAIti) OF KI1 CATION. Thomps AruolJ. Jr. IUt. 11. D. McMurtr) it .1. Hk.t. O. J. Ileiulreii. ."rl. t. Thomas f. Kins. 1U. Dixt. CITY OK HN'CAsTEK. Mayor I.. ;. Dsi idnou. City Judge J. I', l'rather. City Attoruej J. E. llobhiscr.. CltyCl-r- k F.G. Hurt. City Assessor John M. Mouut. City Treasurer W. F. Champ. Chief roilce I. K. Herrou. I)i-- iuil, IH-- u " The Madison Garage, ""' Incorporated. Richmond, Ky; Or Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. OOUNCILMEX Parker (Ircgory. W. M. Zanone. Hr. J. A. Anion. H. C. llnmlltou Para Cotton. W. O. Goodloe The undersigned hereby g 'e warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands fur pny purpose whatever a we will prosecute all offenders to ful extent of the law. Hunters and Figheriner especially take notice. P.. L. Elkin. G. W. Elan:. Ed & N B Puce J. V Sweeney W. G. Anderson John M. Farra J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kellcy. 1$. SI. Lear S. C. Henderson, V. S. Embry A. J. Caddell, H. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie I). Gill. Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. S. L. Rich. V. B. Ray. We will add other names for 25 cents cash. International Harvester manure oprea.ders tn r "t ..fegr. C. fci-rcrr -- CTTT. 3 "V '. iv--m&3- riw:"7 o"r.vT fLvL.r; , 1 r,. . ass: r ?c S fe,':l TtelHCLinc GRAIN AND HAY MACHINES Rik. Suckers Har Letders Har Presses CORN Reapers Header. Mowers BtnJen, lounty Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasvillc, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. MACHINES Plasters, Pickers Kiders, Cnhiralon Fssflsyt Cattcrs SheOen. Skredders Pea--, TILLAGE Spriaf TMtk, and Disk Harrows Csltiratars GENERAL LINE 00 asd Gas Eofiaes Oil Tractors Muare SprcaeWs Croam Separators Farm Watou Motor Tracks TkresBOrs CrabDriBa FeedGrladers Kmif e Griaden BUderTwiM rims and lugs, insuring good traction under all conditions. Frame, wheels, and all driving parts are of steel. Apron tension is adjusted by a simple device. Winding of the beater is prevented by large diameter, and beater teeth are strdQg, square and International manure spreaders are built in several styles ana sizes, low or mgb, endless or return apron, for small farms or large. Examination will show sturdiness of construction in every detail. Repairs, if ever needed, may always be had of the local dealer. Examine International spreaders at the dealer's. We will tell you who sells them, and we will send you interesting catalogues. chisel-pointe- An I H C spreader is low enough for easy loading, yet it has plenty of clearance underneath. The rear axle is well under the load, rear wheels have wide features in their construction. Each one is the result of careful field experiment. INTERNATIONAL Harvester ma--nure spreaders have a score of good International Harvester Company of America - New Albitny OuapiM Deermj lacorsonitdJ IncL HSwum Oskorna KcCoraick Flu Text of the Lesson, Matt, vii, Comprehensive Quarterly Review. Golden Text, Mic. vi, 8 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. Lessos I. Jesus and the Children. I x, Mark ix, Golden Text, j I Pet. v, 5, "Be clothed with humility. for God reslsteth the proud and givetli grace to the humble." In the tirst part of our lesson the contrast is ue- tween the desire for greatness on the part of the disciples and the humility of a little child. In the second part It Is the contrast between the fullness of the rich young ruler and the emptiness of the blessed children. Lesso.v II. The Mission of the Seventy, Luke x, Golden Text, Matt x, 20, "It Is not ye that speak, but the JM1NT liWK. Spirit of your Father that speaUeth in you." I'rayer that the Lord would Mr. I. N. Coyle of W.ilaceton died send forth laborers to bo honest prayei must be from hearts willing to be sent last week of Pneumonia. U forth, as lambs among wolves. We Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Ward arc visitare to preach peace by Jesus Christ ing Mrs. Ward's parents. and to have no anxiety about our recMrs. Walker Guynn was in Richompense. When the kingdom comes there will be uo sick folks (Isn mond shopping one day last week. xxxiii. 21). E. G. Htdrick and son are now Lisbon III. The Good Samaritan. through invoicing and rady for busiLuke x. Golden Text. Mark xii. ness. 31. "Thou !talt love thy neighbor as Little Ruth Carmon Kurgess has thyself." hen our Lord called any one's attention to the law it was that been very ill but is reported much they might lie convinced of sin and led better. to Ilim-c- lt as the K.iviotir of Mmier- A number of young folks went tosee i (Horn Hi. l'j. '.V: x. 4; Gal. ill. , Ra,mfln,: TWfl.v '. We :ire its helpless to ilu iinytliin to! or obtain eternal life evening- stive nurst'lvcs JH33 Stella BicWhortor, of Richmond as w.-ithe man ulio fell amoitj; tliiovos. He was halt dead, but we are Normal, is spending a few dav with wholly dead (L'pli. it. .") home foks. Li.o IV. Serving testis. I.nlie vili. The people of the Christain Church . Golden Text. s. :W-- 12 Matt. xxv. 40, "Inasmuch as ye have are looking foward to u great revival done it unto one of the least of these. meeting the first of Jlay. My brethren. ji have done It unto Mr. Huston Jones ha returned home Me." In the Hrst and lat sections ot from "London Ky" after trending a this lesson we see women ministerinu unto Him. and Mary of Ilethany, hav few d:js with his parents. c3 Mis. A. B. Estridge and daughters lng done her part, found time to listen to His teaching. In the second section Mibsea Ora and Lucilc sptnt a few we learn that serving Him means none days in Lexington last week. of self and no looking back. The graded school opened Monday i Lesson V. The Unfriendly Neighbor. which has been suspended for two Golden Text. Luke xi. j Luke si, 9, "Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, weeks on account of scarlet fever. ' and ye shall find; knock, and It shall 1 IMrs. R. G, Woods was the guest of be opened unto you." A better title her father Mr, J. F. White in Franki for this lesson would be "The Father fort during the Legislative session. who glveth all." according to Itom. All parties indebted to us will please vlii. 32. If we honor Him, as in the first three petitions of the prayer call and settle. As we have closed out (verses we may count upon Him our business and our accounts must be to make good all the rest and verse 13 closed at once. Fish & Hammack. also. A number of young folks stormed Lesson VI. Darkness and Light. evening t Luke si, xxsili, 3G. Golden Text. Miss Hazel Patrick Saturday and a most enjoyable evening was j Luke si, 33, "Take heed, therefore. ' that the light which is in thee be not spent. darkness." These religious people There will be a Sunday swhool rally . were so blinded by their own self at the Christain church the fifth Sun-- ) righteousness, which was really dark- dty of this month servicer morning and ness and not light, that they could not distinguish between God and the devil. evening. w. Lesson' VII. Christ's Haired or Shams, Luke xl. Golden Test. Stomach Health GaL vi, 7, "He not deceived: God Is not mocked." Then is always a lovOr No Cost To You ing welcome from tJse Lord .lpsn for Very likely others have advised you all who penitently turn to Him. Inr to use Kexall Dyspejaiu Tablets, befor hypocrites, such as these l'linrisi-t--- ; cause scores of pec-il- ? m this comand lawyers. He has the- - irnist se a welcome for siirners. Imt n munity believe them to be the best woe for the self righteous. emedy ever made for Dyspepsia and Lesson VIII Faith Destruynu Indigestion: That is what we think, Tear. Lake xii. Golden Tf i too. because we krnw, what they hava Luke xH. S. "Whenever fibnll eotff. done for others nd what they are Me before men liun shall the N: it made of. We have so much faith in Man also confess teoforo the nngeK ! God." The hatrod of the truly riaur them that wo ur3 you to try them ct eous by the self righteous roiilttKi 1:1 cur risk. If they don't help you thy I expulsioa from tiie s.rar.gogue niiit won't cost you a tent. It they don't even in death 4hn xvi. 2i. bur the do all that you want them to do-- if separation of soul snd body was ;rfven they don't restore your stomach to i i to the believer aud not Thing iv ii. iicdiiii aiiui inae vuur uif,tsuon easy- - i (Phil. I. just tell us and we will give back your Lesso.v IX. Trusting In III chit: mm money without or question. Trusting In God. Luke xii. Containing Pepsin and Bismuth, two Golden Text. Luke xii. TA. "Where your treasure is. there will your lieait of the greatest digestive aids knowr to , medical science, they soothe the inflambe also." It is still manifestly as a rule, men are taere interest ed stomach lining, help in the secre- j ed In earthly things than in heavenly tion of gastric juice, check heartburn things and act as foolishly as did the and distress, prcmote regular bowel ; man in this lesson. He Trio gives tw action, and make it possible for vtr. to ' .' life may require it of us at any time eat whatever yoa like when vcu like,' Lesso.v X. Watchfulness. Luke xii. with the comfo-tin- g assurance that Golden Text, Luke xii. 37. We "Blessed are those servant whom th there will be no had after effect. Lord when He couieth shall lmd believe them to hj the best remedy I watching." In verse 43 there is also n made for dyspo;ia and indigestion. blessing uixsn the one found doing. Sold only at the irore than 7,0CO Kex- -' When siivd wi tire put in trust wia: all Stores, and in this town only at our l pounds and t lents. and the Holy Spir- dtore. Three sizes. 25c. 50c ami SLOOi it is given tu lis to dwell in lis. wor- Ciir.tral Drug Co , Algona. in us and t..-i.s. and our commission is "Occupy till I ocme" (Luke six, 13). COY ' Lnscov XL The Lawful Use of the Sablwitli. Luke xiii. xiv. Mr Joe Iiav and family isited Mis' Golden Text. Mark 11. 27. "The Sab Fain Sur.iay. Iiath was made ! man anil tint man Me-liifor the SaMiath " Their grUest ac Sanders Bros sold r. wagon and team i etisations of Christ wore that He made j to Mr. O. J. Harden lor $300. Himself ooual ultli Gtxl and. m their 'S! Alberta Speaks is spending the estimation, dishouo'od their Sabbath (JoLa x. is. 11; v. 18) They winter with her tfraninother. were so Dliniied uy tiielr own noingt It iookod last week like winter had their need of come again when the big snow fell. that liey could not what He came to xive ihem. Mr. and M.U3. James Mathis have1 Lessk XII. Lessons by the Way. (Jolden Test. JIatt. moved in with ids father and mo'ther. Luke xUi. vii, 21, "Not every one that salth Mr. Angle Sanders is in Lexington ! but he that doeth." There is where he had an operation performed. much false teaching, and there are Mr. R. U. Preston delivered a load many deceived people, and the only safety is by the Truth, which is in of posts at Nicholasville for 30c each. Mr. Will Walden bought a pair of Christ Jesus, wbo is Himself the Truth. In Hltn is Life and nowhere work mules from Mrs. Mollie Fain for else (I John v. 12). and until we have $330. Life by truly receiving Him we can There will be preaching at Scotts do nothing to please Him. Fork next Sunday the 29th. Everybody is invited. Recommends Cough Chamberlains Mr. Joe Aldridge entertained his " father from LaPryor Tex. the past Remedy. week. He had not seen him for 3 years "I take pleasure in recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my Best Treatment For Constipation. customers because I have confidence in it. I find that they are pleasetLwith it "My daughter used Chamberlain's. and call for it when again in.need of Tablets for constipation with good resuch a medicine," writes J. Y. Sexson sults and I can recommend them highly" Montevallo, Mo. For sale by All writes Paul B. Babin, Brushly, La. Dealers. lm. tor sale by all dealers. Imrl Mi-o-30-313-1I i Mi-o-( ' 2r-::Jl-'-'l. If you are a stomach sufferer do not despair immediate, safe and sure re lief is at hand. Stomach Tab- lets, sold in fifty cent boxes at all drug stores, are a specific for stomachs. is not only a quick digestive, but a stimulant and strengthener of the stomach walls. It increases the flow of digestive fluids, soothes the irritated membrane, and puts the stomach in shape to do the work nature intended. I suffering with indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis, or any of the various forms of stomach misery, usually indicated by nervousness, distress after eating, headache, dizziness or sour stomach, do not wail, do not suffer today. R. E. needlessly take McRoberts Drug Store sells it on money back if not satisfied plan. Mi-o-- Listen, ed. W. BUSH NELSON, Lexington, Ky. where your trade is appret'iat A New Broom Sweeps Cleau but the Old One Gets the Dirt. You are invited to the old Kc- liable Shop. HENRY DUNCAN Richmond Street. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or A. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. Good Service. Prices RigJr 35-J-A- . Phone It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have anidget cur prices. Lancaster, -- Kentucky. Dr. Wm. D. Pryop, Veterinary OJltee S urgeon and Dentist. at llmmey s -- Liver;, 'Sit -- U Lancaster, - - Ken Pit Central Record, ..w,.. s tr $&?,ONE , cGP& y"' '- -- - -- H s ' cuss i a H. W.Xvmn, f:r t- s&SLj&m? retHLTRY Cf Cr-- iX,J&m j THE NEW and jf rn 'i?SS5' S"2' i 'i-c)- chid. At . .f-r- chn'.TH, crfti i5rH-'lr. t j wit,r tjrt-- an i tliarrt.-eut.-f- - threat . wJSf l1Tia'ar i:2ir, i'jmI; i'utcle At '1 rs'locit. .r.i(it ami booklet a- -, Di t Barber Shop Opposite Post Wicf Coi-c- "t town sen; i :ic i T Cj.Uvzz Bath In Connection. J, S. SealeJProp W. DR. I The mat National - lT Weekly ELLIOTT, Colli t t"y- First Time Collier's in Clubs Physician and Surgeon. has been so!datS5.50. Now the price is $2.50 andwehatesecured a concession whereby we can offer it at a still further reduction in connection with this publication. Until this year LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. lt.tetr h. in Hour1 - Residence Phone 2IC Ot5 4 ), t .i loll p. in. te 14-2- ' F3. F. Waltkh O - Special Offer to Our Readers Recognizing the creat demand for ColtUr'i at the new price, we have made arrangements to Ucr it and our own publication each one year lor the price of Coffr'alone. This is a limited o?er and must be taken advantage of promptly. 37-5-- 1 zih.:k "Kentucky. S What You Get in Collier's Collier's is the one bic independent, fearless weekly of the vriiole country. Not only is it the cood citizen's handbook but it is also a Oentist. Paint Phone 229 tbinc that a jear's subscription cives are magazine for the whole family. Among the JAok, Office Hours - 4000 Editorials 600 News Photos 250 Short Articles 150 Short Stories 100 Illustrated Features 2 Complete NoTela e to 12 a. m. lto,.7ta!F-in- 'Collier's . . . Central Record . .$2.50) $1.00 f"" ,$2.50 I. Ofure K. Benny and T. A. Wiiseler Hurt J. Audtr Doctors Of Denial Surgery. 2i-C- 23-::- trm-that- mercury vull surely iltstroy the sense smell n.iil completely ileranK-- ; the. w'- - n entenns it throuRli ufcole the mm oia .surf Jces. Sutli .irti les should hi us.1 exicpt cm roer reput.iW physicians, prescriptions ftotn as thedamaKi! tl'ey will tlo K ten fold to the good yrni can dnve from Ilium. Hall's Catarrli Cure, manufactured, by V J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O . ontains no mercury, and is taken Internally, acting dlrr-rtllinrm Ihr. Wrifl nnil ttr. Ir. buyintr Hall's fares of the Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genu- me. it is skci: intcrnaiiy ami maue in Toledo. Ohio, fcy F. j. Cheney & Co. Tes- - Office Phone 27. lmon'als free. .erl(l hv Drccs'.sts. Price 73c cer bottle. Take Hairs Family PI 11a for constipation. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury is of sons Farnltnre Store KENTUCKY LANCASTER. Stormed BKlltiincoTer jA BEAZLEY mm-mit- s Funeral Director and Embalmer , Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY. 35-1- S. ! h ' '& ..; pter'r. sv ." t" T" Jtl-'- -'f :.""is' - ' , TR s wi : ?& r- i. - " .r - 10-1- .. 4ii i! - m v. 'if ' j. , U5r ' CP-- - litK V1.W ; , . . 4C- xrv:-"'1- - j"- ri K'Jaro.urape i t . Ihruitand Shade Tr es Shrubs, Asparagis, - vuaiiuuHf utUKai'l'ii irtnnrA r o::a 33-3- it:.i.j u lioiei Henry s.otr-1- . f; sa :'tS csvi: , Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. vines . xiT- -, vvaiierson Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. LOUISVILLE. KY. The Soutn's mf popular priced, modem A bsolctely situated in ihe very heart of the retail slwppms district and neer all the tneatres. Finest Cafe in LouisrilU, with moderate priors. m. $ 1X0. Also elaborate a la carte serrice sn rcestauranl. RathsLeller open from 4 p. m. to I a. m. Orchestral and vocal music 1S-3- 0 H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Nurserymen since 1841. iS11!? fom 2Sc P 6 to JT Luli5pc.: table de hote Dinner, nn 8 p. ROOM PRICES With running water and private toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 par day Large sample raomi with private bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. You are cordially invited to mate this noteryour headquarters while in Louisville, even if only for a day. Have your mail and packages addressed here. You will always be a welcome guest. gOBERT B. JONES. Manager. MONEY5 T Irian - in 18M; and can do BETTER for voa : n.nrtl ciants. Kefcrcnccsany bank in Zoo- - We tell yen how. and pa v best nurtri prices, we are dealers; established ORS .! 1VUUL &uL TZin-- nepers in runs, niu&d, M. SABEX 4 SONS i. 33 E. eiarkel St. lOfflSIIU 17. lci Page 8 OIM00OmMMMMMM0C0CC0U The Central Record, Thursday Mch 26, 191 4. i PARMER'S COLUMN I I lr; jpuce brlou thi. licaain l foi me exclu- use of our filmier ubicrlber. and Is foi tne 8le of stock, grain and such tilings od farm an tlic Inrmer canno: afford to adver tisc So notice will ,w accepted over foul o issue of tlu Hum, and will beotilyju CCORD. ffee Tt Of CllAI Ke fnn ertl.l tn Uillir a dandy mule for $225. VJ It - Pnhinonn Center Bros a live year old mule to Billy Robinson, tor $223. E. C. WcWhorter a nice Jersey cow to Mrs Bohon of Berea for $45. have forty barrels of old corn for sale. J. W. Tatem, R. F..D. No. 1. 1 v. For pigs. For Mr. Sale:-- A 309 pjund sow with eight H. J. Tinsley. W. Sale:-I00- l) J. Ljccat posts. ojnJers, Judson, Ky. fw?;;:p;;:;,iw fcwrmwt mWN son The Last and Final Jl i m IJQfty . rir"gJU-:;:.''-a-;y..8 isiBEinHA Jhm L"siiiKflraiHHH yjBMS?(SS. 7ftVl flEltfPrstfli feTJ rii' hi . .y,nMlai3aSMiI liMT W W a iMimmmfiwmmmiMmi :iyt:7?&ss: ., bums ::&m. '.. rawM?-Ifcltll i i n. ru- : :UttY:.v fl iMMaha TT , .m?r.-. v.. : - a ( r L07 m. " HaeaBBEz r V "".'- v id Jf m.. jmmm ssf -. 3 t v jn .wSkSj : ,.. !ft ?-- "' - life .?! in um mw i. - -- 1 ai ' Gail vfc 3' W iWBmmtfl TO MARCH ON TO J. W. Walker has a Rood new Studebaker wagon he will sell at a bargain. See him at once. For Sa!e;-Tw- o calves. Fresb good milk cows with Morse Wheeler. MMO The last and final week of March's March Sale begins tomorrow we have had one continual March of Busy March days, and people have respondediiberally to the Great Bargains and with the final rush of the last few days we are setting aside broken lots in every department of our store and making still deeper reductions, which we feel sure will crowd our store with customers all the remaining days of MARCH'S MARCH SALE. Teatersville Ky. James I. Hamilton has a good mare mule, that is a line worker and he wants to sell her had. Here's a bargain Tilford Alexander, of Hubble.bought a nice pair of mules of El Clark for $240. John T. Henry, a white Shetland pony of Mr. Oats of Bjvle. for $53.25. Wilson Roger told to Bright and Fox of Danville, a pair of mules for $4G5. Wanted: To hire to some good farmer Write Andy to work during the year. Burton or Mike Temple. Camp Nelson, Ky. FOR SALU On my farm near Hubble, some choice timothy hay, either baled (J. A. Swinebroad. or loose. 27x54-inc- h flxminister Hoys Axminister Rugs; worth S2.5C fly TapestrvJ 4.6x7.6 Rugs; worth $10.00 March's March price I $1.45 Carlton Elkin sold a nice harness mare to Howard Logan for $125, which looked cheap. Jersey heifer and heifer calf audi one aged brood and work mare. Good worker any where. I'riced to sell. S. H. Aldiidge. Hvattsville Ky. 1 3Gx72 inch Axminister Rug; worth March price 46x7G-inc- h $4.50-Mar- ch's JSk 5russ?s $13.0 Hugs. $6.25 $7.50 .50 .50 Rich Patterns in Tapestry Brussels March's March price 6x9 Tapestry Brussels Rugs; worth $14 March's March price 9x12 Tapestry Brussels Rugs; worth March's March price 9x12 Seamless Tapestry Brussels Rugs: worth Axminister Rugs: worth $11.00 March's March price 6x9-inc- h L. C. King of Hubbie, bought a nice calf ot Dick Bratlon and one of Clayton Anderson, for $20 each. Axminister Ru!s;woUh $15.00 Maech's March price 8.3x10.6 Axminister Rugs; worth $21.00 ....30.03 Forest Stapp sold a road horse to Norton of Danville for $150 and a bar-- n 'as n- - ..re to Mack Hendren for $200. bought a harness Davis for $150 and 24 IimJ of S'jO pound cattle of J. Wade Walk ". at 7J a pound. hor.sv' o!' C. C. d-ii- March's March price 9x12 Axminister Rugs; worth $2250 March's March price ! ..$14.50 l.enter I'rothr Mr J M. Cress, of Preachersville, Ii.t fiur good milk cows for sale, two of thei.-- fresh and two will be fiesh in " 9x12 Seamless Axministers; worth $32.50 March's March price 11.3x12 Axminister Rui4: worth $33.00 j $21 50 . April for Vj sale:-2- 5 shoats averaging about j lbs and 1 brood sow, weight about SW 1Ij3. Will iarrow in May. Clarence Green, Painl Lick, R R 2. March's March price 11.3x13.0 Axminister Rugs; worth S35.00 March's March price 11.3x15 M .31) Walton Moss has some of his premium seed corn for sale. It is the Boone County White varietj and there is none better. He also has several hundred pounds of honey for sale. E B. Creech sold a 3 year old mule to Vilson Rogers for $130. A. W. Kavanaugh a mule to Billy Robinson for $150. W. R. Cook a mule of Mrs. iDavidson for $140 and one of George lam for $123, Rankin Bros a black jnare mule of Mose Ray for $150, John C. Gastineau a saddle horse of Wilson Rogeis for $100. Alf Scott a mule of G M Bruner for $140, J. B. House a pair of mules of mountain parties for $250. te'll IW;A House-Furnishin- wPw dffitimMffm -- s 4h -- $18. March's March price 9x12 Tapestry Brussels Rugs: worth March's March price 9x1- - Tapestry Brussels Rugs; worth $25. March's March price 10.6x12 Tapestry Brussels Rugs; worth $27- - March's March price 11.3x12 Tapestry Brussels Rugs; worth $28.50 March's March price 11.3x15 Tapestry Brussels Rugs; worth $30. March's March price 11.3x15 Tapestry Brussels Rugs: worth $32 Axminister Rugs; worth S47.50 March's March price ..$36.00 PAPEE-Decorat- ive March's March price. . 9x15 Tapestry Brussels Rugs; worth $31. March's March price $2450 $22.50 WALL Efects On Draperies. WALL PAPER. "ARISTO" JUDSON. Suanna Anderson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Naylor. Mr. and Mrs. Odus Naylor spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Nannie Ray. Just received car Southern White See Seed Oats, that are extra good. them before you buy. Hudson & Hughes. Frank, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Lane, has been visiting his grand; parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Foster. Take a look at our White and Yellow Seed Corn.and learn what the germination test is. It will pay you. Hudson & Hughes. The handsome daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Lamb, has been very ill with measles. We are glad to state that she 13 improving. HACKLEY. Miss Bessie King visited Mrs, Clyde Morgan Sunday. Miss EfTa Foley was a recent visitor of Miss Aska Letcher. Mr. Billie Simpson was a pleasant caller in our city last Sunday. Take a look at our White and Yellow Seed Sorn.and learn what the germination test is It will pay you. Hudson & Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. 3. R. Foley and handsome children, visited Mrs. Mat Moore last Sunday. Just received car Southern White See Seed Oats, that are extra good. them before you buy. Hudson & Hughes. Mr. Willie H. Estes. of near Lancas ter, motored to see his best girl herd I Shrada'y on his Pap's jrrey mule. Independent side of ceiling. A mill job purchased for our March Sale and we give you the benefit of regular 15c papers 'in three colors of turquoise, chrome and rose, at March's March price a roll 4J cents. MOIRE CEILINGS. As in previous March sales we come again with eur celebrated White and Cream Moire Ceiling, worth 15c a roll, March's March price Sets. MICA CEILINGS. In dotted Swiss, polka and talleta motifa, suitable Jfor the finest of homes, worth 20c a roll, March.s March Price 12Jcts. KITCHEN PAPERS. Block and granite patterns, worth 10c a roll, March's March Price a roll 5cts. FLORALS. stock, 20 patterns in regular 10c and 12Jc a roll, March's March price a roll 5cts. "BEST EVER" SPECIAL. In six patterns. A sweeping reduction from a regular value of 8c and 10c a roll, March's March price a roll 4Jcts. SANITAS. The modern washable wall covering, impervious to water or dirt, can't fade or crack, worth 35c a yd, March's March price 24c ENGLISH FRESCO TINTS. SO inches wide, light proof and cleanable, colors ivory, white and chrome, worth 50c a roll, March's March price a roil 32cts. ENGLISH PULP TINTS. 32 inches wide, colors nile, tan, chrome and ivory, lustros and silky, worth 25c a roll, March's March Price a roll 14c SANITARY WASHABLE PAPERS. Infile. mottles and plain enamel effects, worth 35c a roll, March's March price a roll 23Jcts. SCOTCH OATMEAL Worth 30c a roll March's March price a roll, 17Jc. GERMAN OATMEAL Worth 35c a roll; March's March price a roll, 22c. ENGLISH OATMEALS. 22 inches wide worth 25c a roll; March's March price 15c WALL PAPER g The Largest Department Store in Kentucky. GRIFFINS TILE PAPER. Worth 25c a roll; March's March price a roll, 16c. "BRIDGE" TIFFINY BLENDS. Worth 9oc a roll; March's March price, a roll, 65 cents. The highest grade of wall decorations, made of unfadable inks and are sanitary and washable; worth 75c a roll, March's March price 45 cent. LEATHER HERMANENT. A clever production of the varions hides; worth 75c a roll; March's March price 45c. MULTITONE. In Pompeian adaption; worth $1. a roll; March's March pric?. toe CRETONNE EFFECTS. Worth 15c a roll; March's March price, a roll, 9c CHINTZ EFFECTS. Faithful reprodnction of old English; worth 20c. a roll. March's MarchTprice, a roll, 12Jc. INGRAINS 30 inches wide; a profusion of shades; worth 17c. a roll; March's March price a roll lie. "STRAHANS" PULP TINT For ceilings or side walls; worth 35c. a roll; March's March price a roll, 22c, CHAMBRAYS. Nothing better for quiet taste; worth 25c a roll; Marches March price, a roll 17c. VANISHED GOLDS. Worth 25c a roll; March's March price 17Jc. IN SINGLE PROCESS Worth 2oc a'roll; March's March price 12Jc FLOWELL BLENDS Worth 50c roll; March's March price, a roll, 35c. LINCRUSTA Worth 40c. a yard; March, s March price, a yard 27Jc. SHAND KYDD. OFF. The entire line at March's March price of Our mechanical department of painstaking, neat and careful artisans execute everything called for in home decoration paper-hangipainting, tinting wood finishing and fresco. A trial will convince you of the superiority of our workmen. ONE-THIRD ng White and Ecru Nottingham Lace Curtains; 3 yards long; worth $1.25; March's March price, 75 cents. Whine and Ecru Nottingham Lace Curtains; worrh $2.50; March's March price $1.75. A vhite and Ecru extra fine weave in Oottingham Laces full width and 3 yards long; worth $3.50 March's March prica. $2.75. Extra fine quality of Imported Gable Net Curtains; worth $5.oo pair; March's March price, $3.75 A very handsome Imported Irish Point Lace Curtain; ecru or white; worth $6.5o. March's March price $4.95 White and Ecru Lace Curtains; in splendid selection of patterns; worth $2.00; March's March price $1.25 A full width Lace Curtain; 3 yards Ions: splendid patterns; hemstitched hdge, worth $3.; March's March price $2.25. Closely wouen, extra fine weave and very attractive; a regular $3.72 curtain: March's March price,$3.00 B3autiful Imported Cable Net Curtains: worth $7.00; March's March price $4.75 An ietraordinary pattern in an Imported Irish Point Lace Curtain; worth $8.50;March March price $5.95 Lexington's Greatest Rug Store. 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