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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 23, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914042301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 23, 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, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 23, 1914. I NUMBER 3. 3333mES33S3333K333XS?KmS3E Monday is county court day. CAFE ROBBED. Advertisements are up for the Street The cafe of Henry Silliman, of DanFair in Lancaster during the week of ville, was entered by burglars Tuesday Mav 11th. night and the safe blown and about $S5. One more step has been t iken toward in money taken. Entrance was first the improvement of the Park, the trees forced into the Nelson's garage where the tools, with which the safe was have been trimmed. forced opened, was taken. No clew. Next Monday is "Horse Show Day", and the best in Central Kentucky are SECURES GOOD HORSE. expected to be on exhibition. Forest Stapp has just secured the We need that dollar, but anyway we fine young stallion, R. C. Todd, 2:141, will be glad to have you call and see conceded to be one of the handsomest us while in town next Monday, dollar horses in the state. He will have him or no dollar. on exhibition here next Monday, and Intermittent showers, typical April promises to show the boys some speed. weather, has seriously hampered and Watch for him. deterred the gardeners as well as the farmers of the county. MRS. PATTERSON SERIOUS We are to have a street fair and a LY ILL. Chautauqua to attract visitors, whether or not we have a stock fair, which As the Record goes to press, Mrs. G. seems highly improbable. M. Patterson is reported as being serThere are any number of people in iously ill and her death is momentarily Mrs. Patterson is one of Garrard county "mad enough to fight expected. Mexico" and who are anxiously waiting Lancaster's most estimable women and and hoping for the firing of the first her long and serious illness has been a source of much grief to her wide circle gun. of friends. Eighteen tickets were sold for the Cincinnati excursion Sunday morning. VEAL CALF BRINGS FIFTY How many of these were good cooks for their annual across the river outing, CENTS A POUND. not to return until the fall of the year. Mr. R. E. McRoberts bought a jerChief Herron has his weather eye on sey cow and week old calf of Mr. Edseveral persons from a distance who gar Price, for which he paid $80. The have been coming to Lancaster on court calf being a beautiful heifer, attracted day and carrying on a "bootlegging" the eye of J. I. Hamilton, and he ofwould not not surprise fered business, and it the owner fiftv cents a pound for us if Monday should prove their it, which was promptly accepted. The The calf weighed 52 pounds and cost Hamilton $26.00 yjGVERMENI SEEM LIKELY TO BEGIN ON LANCASTER BUILDING 'MfSTsjgJsrpli EiTriyWfrpi Ig (MlSIMfrEIMJfeiM- - isj In The Near Future. Tie "light" Fantastic Tango down here and let us give yon some light on the subject of EDISON MAZDA Lamps and you'll feel no Hesitation about dancing back home with a full equipment of The supervising architect coinected with the U. S. Treasury department has recently made a hurry demand upon Postmaster West of this place, who is also custodian of the building lot purchased here by the government, for the survey, elevations etc, pertaining to the said lot. This is taken to indicate that there is likely to be "something doing" in the near future in the matter of the erection of the Public Building at this place. Luckily Mr. Tinsley, who is ill of typhoid fever, and who made the survey, had completed the work, except as to minor details, before he was taken ill, and Mr. West was able to forward them promptly in compliance with the request. The contract for the erection of the building at Bardstown was let last week, and as the site at this place was settled before that at Bardstown, it leads to a strong belief that the Lan- Isj caster contract will also be let in the near future, and that the coming sum- ipa mer may witness together with other improvements the construction of the handsome new Government building in Lancaster. We have a full line of Standard Sanitary I BATH TUBS, LAVATORIES, SINKS AND CLOSETS. Let us fit your bath room with our up-to-da- te method of plumbing. I Plumbing enstBYled Plumbers DEATH ATTESTS MAZDA LAMPS They give three times as much light as Carbon lamps with the same amount of electricity. Put one in every lamp socket in your borne, office, store or factory. Let us show you. old-sty- le EDISON F1RSTILANDING BLUEJACKETS HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. OF AMERICAN THE SICK. Our sick list is progressing nicely. Mr. Tinsley is probably the most ser louslv ill, but his fever is declining and it is thought that he will show a muchly improved condition in the near future; Dr. Wheeler is doing nicely, as is Mr. Davis Sutton and Mr. Peter Wells. Mr. William Ray continues to improve and we hope to see him ont in the near future. On Mexican Soil. LANCASTER, -- KENTUCKY. TErasrryjgirHFgi-- ; DOGWOOD WINTER PASSES CONN BROS. Lancaster, Ky. HB &M3BMWtmWtmWmwtm County Court Day Is HORSE SHOW DAY and you will be here, so dont fail to visit the Great Bankrupt SJfc H. T. am Logan's entire stock has to be sold to satisfy his creditors. Cost is not considered. One Dollar will do more than double duty during this sale. $20.00, $22.50 AND $25. SUITS, NEW and UP-TO-DATE GO IN THIS SALE AT $10.00. Come and let us show you the wonderful Bargains we are offering. Terms Cash. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Assignee of H.T.LOGAN. The controversy between the Provisional Governor of Mexico, Gen. WITHOUT DAMAGE. Huerta, and the United States, has The cold spell which descended upon culminated in the landing of American us the first part of the week was called W Bluejackets at Vera Cruz, which was by the old residents "Dogwood Winattended by bloodshed and loss of life. ter," and we are to be thankful that Rear Admiral Fletcher took Vera Cruz it passed without damage to vegeta- on Tuesday afternoon, his occupation tion. The next, and we are told the of this port met with stubborn resistlast cold spell, which we may expect, ance, the Mexican soldiers opening fire is "Blackberry Winter" which is due on the American soldiers from houseSOME COLT THIS. fft to arrive in about two weeks. It is tops and any available cover. IN THE Ihe weeks old colt of Edna Mae, reasonable that we may expect some The two waterfront, the customhouse and all and by Kentucky's Choice, was sold summer weather by the 4th of July. important piers, including the railroad :) Monday to Mr. James Gay and Mat last yards and terminals, were seized thus Cohen, of Lexington, for 51500. Mrs. HOME FOR THE FIRST TIME cutting off egress El or ingress to and H Richard Tasker Lowndes is the proud from the interior. The occupation of Ml owner of this wonderful brood mare, IN FIFTEEN YEARS. these points were prefaced by a demand WILL YOU BE THERE?, which promises to be as sensational as r.ry-Tm.-rr T 11 m 1 r n rr it nTTtn i if t. n TT rt rt T through Consul Canada to Gen. Maas ; Mr. Bright Sutton is here from Dem-in- g a brood mare as she was in the show in charge of the Mexican troops that N. M. visiting his father Mr. ring. Mr. Joe McDowell Jr, is look he surrender, this he declined to do, Wesley Sutton and other relatives. wh;n Lowning after the interests of Mrs. ten whaleboats loaded with bluedes and will be on hand here next Mon- Mr. Sutton left this vicinity about fif- jackets were sent from the Prairie, teen years ago, and it was thought at day, our annual horse show day these were followed by Capt. William the time that he was suffering with R, Rush from the Florida, whobrought fni-- t tuberculosis. However. Mr. Sutton in his flag and commanded the forces y LOST HIS CALENDER. UJ now looks to be the picture of health ashore. Capt. Rush had under him 150 the and is feelinc fine. He has not only bluejackets from the in Mr. Lew Holmes who travels for Florida. 390., ma Louisville Stove & Tinware Co., of profited physically in the southwest, rines irom the l'raine and 65 marines which firm he is a member, has been but has also succeeded in a financial way from the Florida, "All the sweetness of low prices will not equal these were augment"making" Lancaster regularly on court he is a conductor on the Santa Fe ed by a detachment from the Utah. the bitterness of POOR QUALITY days for well we can't say just system out of Deming and is rapidly These were scattered about at points exactly how long. Mr. Holmes put in climbing to the top of the ladder in of vantage and POOR SERVICE." and at first met with no an appearance at the Kengarlan on last railroad circles. He is meeting with a resistance, but suddenly their approach We believe whoever wrote the above was correct. We have been Sunday morning and his coming at a warm reception from his friends of his was challenged with a volley l!' from the trying consistently for the past thirteen years to constantly imtime other than his regular date con- boyhood days. main plaza, this was followed by deprove our SERVICE. We will keep on trying, for the word SERsiderably upset a number of the sultory firing for a short while, and at VICE is as big as all out of doors. "regulars" about the hotel who began LANCASTER WOULD HELP 12;30 the firing became general and at to fear that they were mistaken as to 1 o'clock the guns of the big transport Incorporated. the day of the month. the Prairie went into action. The HIM TO COMPLETE RICHMOND, KY. WHOLESALE GROCER'S. Americans were under instructions to STARTS FOR LONG JOURNEY. hoot only in self defense. After the A REGIMENT. first engagement it was found that 12 Mr. Waller Hudson sailed from New Advices from Washington indicate U. S. marines had been killed and 50 York Saturday for Valparaiso, Chille. that in the event of a call for troops, wounded and it is estimated that tha will take him a month to reach his It Kentucky's quota would be 8,000 men. Mexican losses will reach to 200. The destination and when he does he will be Rep. Maurice Farris Jr. of Danville nring continued in a desultory manner as far south of the equator as we are has written Gov. McCreary volunteer- as late as 10 oclock p. m. atwhich time north of it. Waller has a responsible ing to raise a company in Boyle county Admiral Fletcher warned the federal and lucrative position as mining go to the front and assist in the commander that if it did not cease the engineer.and his success has never been to laudable enterprise of exterminating city would be bombarded by the big a surprise to those who have watched the Greasers. In the event that Mr. guns of the ships in the harbor. his career with interest, as he stood at Farris would prefer a larger body than The landing at Vera Cruz was efthe head of his class in our high school, company, if he will come over fected a little sooner than had been inUniversity and at Princton. a mere at Central into Garrard he can easily supplement tended because of the fact that a GerStudious, painstaking and conscientious his Boyle county enlistment to the num- man vessel was in the harbor laden he has always been and is well worthy ber of a full regiment. with arms and ammunition for Huerta, of all the honors conferred upon him. which our forces wished to prevent beENDORSE WILSON BY FLOOD ing unloaded or reaching a mooring at CHANGE AT DEPOT. the harbor. Mr. James Land ram has resigned as The occupation of Vera Cruz followOF TELEGRAMS AND ed the refusal of Gen. Huerta to make assistant agent of the L & N at this place, the resignation to be effective amends to this country by saluting the SIGNED on Mav 1st. Mr. Horace K. Herndon flag for the arrest of American blue . . .. ' - 'S "Virr"Ti!iTMtrniHiriw'ir.li will succeed Mr. Landram, and is now jackets who had landed at Tampico for ' "' '3 depot being broken in to his new at the supplies. duties. Mr, Landram has been station President Wilson deeming the Democrats all over the Eighth ed at this place for about six months very urgent did not wait the by the impression put out action of the Senate giving approval and by his courtesy and politeness to the public has won many friends who that they were not in sympathy with of his acts, will be sorry to see him leave. He the administration's policy to repeal Later advices state that the bomwill go to California. Mr. Herndon has the Panama Toll Act, sent a flor.d of bardment of the city of Vera Cruz has -Wk&r' been in busiuess in Lancaster for many telegrams to President Wilson endors- begun. Huerta has called his ministers years, is a home boy and it will delight ing his position. It is reported that about him, and has signified his intenhis many friends to know that he will these telegrams went into the White tion not to surrender. Grave fears are House from leading Democrats all over entertained for the safety of Americans be on duty at the depot. the District. in the interior, and this fear is intensiA paper was circulated in Garrard AN ENJOYABLE HUSICALE. County addressed to the President and fied by the report that no trains are s?iV--- V- -SS2-WiSJ V' arriving at Vera Cruz. this Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts was the endorsing his stand to repeal Gen. Huerta is trying to involve the hostess at an enjoyable musicale given measure and congratulating him upon revolutionists in Mexico in the at her beautiful home on Danviile St. the success of the democratic adminiswith the United States, seeklast Saturday afternoon. This musicale tration. In a few hours several hun- ing to unite the federal and rebel Set your plants with the marked the closing of a private class dred names had been secured, among forces to make common cause against taught by Miss McRoberts. Her those being most of the County of- this country, but reports from those pupile were Misses Elizabeth Gibbs, ficers, all the domocratic city officials, high in authority among the rebels Martha Tinder, Katie Barns Dickerson, democratic officials of the various banks state under no circumstancos will the Ruth Carrier, Margaret Cook, Carrie and leading democrats to whom the revolutionists make cause with Huerta. Belle Romans, Meflyn Walker and petition was presented. Not a single your plants will grow better and make better tobacco democrat refused to sign the petition Alice Rigney. 01 tnem rendered irom memory to whom it was presented. It was All NOTICE. classical music and acquitted themselves very manifest that the democratic and will ripen from two to three week's earlier. For All persons having claims against in a manner pleasing to their teacher, party of Garrard County is solidly be hind the President on his position of the estate of Mrs. Mary Purciful, will Sale by. parents and friends. Delightful refreshments were served repealing the Toll Measure. It is re- present same to me properly proven and a social hour was enjoyed, the ported that similar papers are being and verified. ' J. E. Robinson, Executor, pupils and Miss McRoberts being circulated and freely signed by demounder will of Mary Purciful. showered with congratulations. crats in other Counties of the District. irarrVJSiTHJsrrHJsrrHis.OTHJraiJsrasi S 1 d Wa nted I One Million People SUN0AY SCHOOLS OF KENTUCKY 1 MAV 3rd. I 1 I MERCHANTS ! I 1 1 KELLOGG & CO. i f I Ei5VSe .,- -. . tefpf p. s -- - 'a '"f Bemis Tobacco Planter W. J. ROMANS. i - - Page 2 Scrubs Fatten Quickly You want your pigs to eat as much as possible when you fatten them. Give them a great variety of feed, keep the appetite keen and the digestion in good order, and you will obtain the desired result; especially if you mix with the grain ration a dose of some scrubby looking hoes in the pen to fatten and cave them Bee Dee STOCK MEDICINE in their feed. I soon had fine, healthy-lookin- The Central Record, Thursday April 23, 1914. HUBBLE Miss Lucinda Lutes great deal from neuralgia. is suffering a I put g Bee Dee Whets the appetite STOCK MEDICINE Helps digestion. which netted me over 00 pounds. H. Kisner. Djnlevie. W. Va. hoes Mrs. L. C. King has been confined to her bed with bronchial effection. Miss Levisa E. Harris entertained the Rook Club last Friday evening. Public Sale. Here They Are Having decided to move West Indiana Silo. will on Papec Cntler. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At your dealer's. P.B4 Our New Spring Stock of ies difWe have just arrived from the ferent factories. We have a complete line from which you can make your selection. Come and compare our line with others. Miss Lucinda Lutes has returned from Danville where she spent Easter. I Mr. Walter McKinney of McKinney has been visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harrv D. Frve enter tained several of their friends atdinner Sunday. Messrs John and Will Murphey of 5 Turnersville have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Murphey. Misses Mary Lee and Elizabeth 1 Givens have been visiting Mrs. Eugene W . Pope near Danville. Mr. A. P. Sloan's throat h as been biving him a great deal of trouble, supposed to be caused by swallowing a Rye beard. Mrs. Elize E. Harris and Miss Harris have been visitingMrs. Susan T. Harris All my household and kitchen furniture, all of near Stanford, whose health is reported as very much on the decline. which is apparently new, 1 Cast Range good as new, 1 The new spring hat seem to be creating some what of a furore among family horse for either saddle or harness, 1 set of harsome of the male population in our ness, one buggy almost new, 1 milk cow, 1 vicinity. We'll report any divorce proceedings later. brood sow, 4 nice shoats, 1 saddle, about or 60 Timothfy C. Givens received a very bad cut on his upper lip necessitating fence posts, 1 lawn mower and lots of items that are several stitches to be taken, when he Terms made known on collided with a play mate at school in not mentionod in this bill. Lancaster, last week. day of sale. Mr. Grover McKecknie leaves soon for Birmingham. Ala. where he has a lucrative position with an Insurance j Co. He will be missed greatly around home and more especially we under-- 1 i stand around Turnersville. Saturday, May 16th at o'clock p. m., offer to the highest and best' bidder the The Goods with the Guarantee. See them at a following: Lancaster, Court Day, April 27th. W. P. Kincaid, DISTRICT AGENT. STANFORD, KY $130.00 50 Noah Spainhower. will guarantee to save you at least 15 per cent on your selection. All styles, colors and prices. Also have us to do your rubber tireing for you, Phone 27. in 5SS?:ISSE3333S3SSS55Sg S3SS5W5S33SS3S Ik i mS Becker, Ballard & Co. PHONE 27. u7 .2. It conqueres distance at lowest cost Think of it thousands of Ford owners are traveling for less than two cents a mile. The Ford has given the freedom of the "open road" to the man of moderate income. Five hundred dollars is the prii-- of the Ford runabout ;the touring car is five fifty; the town car seven fifty--- f. o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from e BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. t tt -g --- ie n sa a -- j. ,ertwr J i he .vV.:v. "Vsndard of Excellence arriage Company. Incorporated. m The Madison Garage, Richmond, Ky; Incorporated. Or Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. C v.v-- is record cuone is convincing- c tfgjg 2& evidence ci iL.e Jiign quality oi zco. .y.v.i , "Vr'vc'- ' vrvv rralloii is nuaranleed and nusi glvs cbiclulc satisfaction. Be 3 V save ycu get ... .T-.- c; Danville, Kentucky. ff 3SgregggSgafafc?f 1 M h rcrtri r ft Mr v .fft' ,. VMV. SV: SS. H,' ..' Aft XT. - .SW.-3 vJMi,J, W.--..3f' "The Kind Thai Lasts" It will bivo you S 3i-' -- . t.Mj.. T1 W GFBa r .M-.V i lff'iUi-- .1l iff7 mm &rf many a dollar, uecsute it wears loriEcr, Rgg covers more surface, looks better than any other paint. jp$ Ad: us for illustrated booklet, ".Homes and How 5jj5v j r- - IKt a? VJ Q Ukiii vlwl m Fin . 63 Wl Uff' )immM "wL , & y&d&M&M J., m GxZl0J$ &TS jfe-9'- m fcl s . -- . WASHINGTON .CS -- . ' RATES: I at m. JS tn pPP fliiJ toPaintThera,"alsocolorcard,orwritedircct CQ PrASLEE-GSULEE- hctmreieJ. Lcolivfflt. Kt. rssi X? 'Si& Pennsylvania Avenue, at ISth & H. Dts. ??2fjgf Buz:, Oi!i:it' Dili $1.50, $2.00 up. H z, . R. E. MCROBERTS ifeo A 3? K.M.rll3wfoiJT :::::tii 320, M.C0 cp. -- w IjH&i A OTEDPAlNtJ VEHICLES of every description, both light and heavy. 18 ly w a & OVERLOOKS WHITS HOUSE, Elegant Appointments, Palm. Courtr Indian Grill Room, Tea Room" Colonial Furnishings, Library. Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra Hff- - Diaw Check Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" wiih small map. it for the money you owe and tote how much more your creditors reyou They like to do gard business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Repairing on both Auto and horse drawn Vehicles. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. ft, gss I i Bank & Trust Co. Better Thev They Know he is doing business in a business like way. open such an account even if your affairs are not large. will grow all right. liSi H i y MM fi 3 ? ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY is the one place you The Garrard Bank & Trust Company ?rr:wj-K- vili most enjoy a vacation i q 1 ll for rest or recreation. We have not the space here to tell of the glories of the western North BLACKSMITHING. work. We will treat you square and guarantee satisfaction. Give us a call. Phone No 5. do only first-cla- ss Carolina mountains. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. LIVE IN THE OPEN TENNIS HUNTING MOUNTAIN CLIMBING DRIVING MOTORING RIDING We employ first class Mechanics and GOLF Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. OTHER NOTED RESORTS Hendersonville, Waynesville. Hot Springs, Tyron, t?. Saluda, Flat Rock Br-vi-- JENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. JMBRY, R. T Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. GlLL, Book-Keepe- Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. I MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED i.. I'nxsK.ay. BY THROUGH SERVICE OF YOUR BUSINESS. C. N. SMITH, Mgr. SOUTHERN PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH B. H. Todd, D. P. A. Louisville, Ky. RAILWAY Samual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J, L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. For further information tee local agent, or addreta, k The Central Record, Thursday April 23 1914. Page 3 Ison Logan same 1 da com vork$ 3 00 stationery. $ 15 00 of Garrard County, KenTEATERSYILLE. Stomach Trouble Cured. 8 00 Hamilton J. W. Co Clerk Acct. 74 32 tucky, at its April term Jones J. A., corner account Mrs. H. G. Cleveland, Arnold. Pa., 10 88 Joseph Mercantile Co. account 16 45 1914, viz: Lancaster Lbr & Mfg Co acct Same, Damage road case. Mrs. Jame3 Prather Has been on the writes, "For some time I suffered from 16 50 Lancaster Elec Light Co (3) accts 89 30 Kemper & Woods Prem on Ins. 165 00 Same same Amount of County Revenstomach trouble. I would have sour sick list. 30 00 Logan H. T. Pauper Acct. 105 00 Tornado Mfg Co., account 16 30 ue charged Gaines against the The following is a complete Gillispie E. C. Prem. on InJ. stomach and feel bloated after eating. Pointer J. W. putting up elec-2- 3 Lancaster Elec Co, acct, Jail, Owens Damage road Sheriff, tax year 1913 $ 32,800.93 Miss Mary Baker of Nina has been Nothing benefited me until I got Cham5 00 132 65 'Additional list. tion booths 00 Court House etc. 58 32 visiting friends here. of the claims allowed case berlain's Tablets. After taking two & C.H 7 00 Mount J. R. Son & Co. account Perkins Sam, work on Jail 51 90 j Poll Tax No 2843 at $1.50 Grow Norman flagman road Mr. and Mrs. Lige Long are visiting bottles of them I was cured." For sale 1 50 Prather J. P. caring for and wait 41 45 each McRoberts R. E. & Son, same 4,264.50 Mr. Charlie Boltons. by the Fiscal Court of Gar- case by all dealers. lmo. 30 00 Same same for pauper children ing on B. Evans 10 36 Amounts for Banks 612 00 1,198.62 Same damage road case Miss Delia Barnett visited Mrs. Kentucky, at Hamilton Mrs J. I. Prem. on County, 30 00 Mount J. R. Son & Co. For elecRigney W. O. Pauper coffins Amount from Telephone KAKIiSBUltV. Carrie Sutton Sunday. 29 00 Companys Franchise 83 78 Ray Harrison, Magistrate 2 days tion tent. 23.35 Insurance to Hamilton J. W. Clerks cost on its October Term, Miss Tarkington of Perryville wa3 6 00 Mason W. B, Circuit Clerk for Mr. and Mrs. Prather visited Mr, and sitting in court Adams Express Company.. 22 40 the guest of Miss Mary Chesnut Sun4 50 14 G5 Sneed Milton, papering at Jail 15 00 L. & N. R. R. Co. Franchise stationery. rood 619.54 Mrs. Maurice Wheeler recently. and including the April Hudson case Hughes acct day. 84 35 Sweeney J. W. acct 1909 & 1913 79 00 Perkins Sam For work Tangible 367 40 2 70 Same and Master Adock Beazley visited his Mr. George Ison of Letcher countv 11 11 Pointer J. W. Constable acct. 262 86 Skinner J. S. account same 8 00 Back tax collected by RevHaselden Bros viz: Term, cousin Mr. Wiley Beazley Sunday. has been visiting his sister Mrs. Kelly 30 00 Rigney W. O. Pauper coffins. 15 65 Tornado Mfg Co account 24 00 enue Agent as per Judgts.. 350.64 Hoskins W. C. bridge lumber Rev. Morgan filled his appointment ""Kg. Stormes J. E. Account 17 95 October Term, Hamilton J. W. primary elec Claims allowed at the April $39,705.70 at Bethel Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark spent the 54 00 Same same for books for tion etc. Term 1914. By exoneration on delinwith her sister Mrs. Frank 11 75 Mr. Jim Snyder and family are week-en- d pauper children, 19 32 Hamilton J. W. clerk roadcase Arnold Ed, house to hold election Adams George Lee 2 days haulvisiting her father Mr. Charlie Bolton. Land of Buckeye. 12 20 Judge Hamilton Bros acct for lumber 200 quent personalty $5,346.00. 6 00 Arnold T. M. and booths County one half less 4 per ing on road 3 00 Jones J. A. prem on ins. 100 00 Arnold W. A. Sheriff The "5th Sunday meetimr" will be 2 00 Bergerner Richard 2 days hauling Mr. and Mrs. John Sebastian visited 25.66 $ 1 50 same Adams W. L. 1 day 17 50 Arnold Ed. Judge & Mileage 3 44 cent Sheriffs commission. Jones Dr L. F. pauper acct 3 00 on road his sister Mrs. M. B. Wheeler Sunday. held with the church at this place the By exoneration on 720 Polls 1 50 Jones Adams W. T. 1 day same 7 75 Broaddus Wm 4 days next 5th Sunday which will occur on the J. A. coroner inquest Judge 2 00 6 00 Bourne Wes same at $1.50 less 4 per cent 1,036.80 Mr. William Sebastian and wife last Sunday in May. Baird S. L. 4 days 6 00 Kauffman H. C. Atty defendsame 2 00 By same 4 50 Brown W. H. Brockman G. E. 3 days same exonerations on J of visited his sister at Shelby City SunBrown James H 2 days same 3 00 clerk Mark Goins has built an addition to 2 00 $35500-177- 50, 5 25 Bowling G. A. ing lunatics Bourn? Aubrey, 3i days samej less 4 per cent. 171.60 day. 3 00 Brown Holman 2 days same & mileage his shop where he has installed a grist same 3 12 By Sheriffs 10 per Same Bourne Am 3 days 5 25 Burnside Joe sherriff same cent Com3 00 Brown Frank 2 days same Miss Myrtle Hume spent last week mill. The engine 2 00 mission on same clerk Same 5 25 Creech F. G. arrived last week and Bourne E. S. 3J days same last $5,000.00 .... 500.00 with her grand-moth3 00 same Baker Tom 2 days Mrs. Sarah everything in readiness Carmon W. S. same same 200 By Sheriffs 4 per cent ComSame Burnett & Elliott, Drs 'pauper for grinding. 5 25 same Ball Earnest 3 days Hardin. same same 2 00 mission on residue$34,723.00. Same 20 00 Doty W. A. account Notwithstanding the stormv dav a 1 50 1.388.92 Ballard Clarence 1 day same Mr. Theodore Irvine and wife visited pretty fair crowd attended 'Missionary judge 2 00 By land same Same Bradley & Gilbert Co (3) accts 67 00 Eoty J. P. Sales less Commis4 50 Blade Newton 3 days same her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Day on last Sunday morning. The 56 00 Ballard G. T. clerk 2 00 sion Sheriff Lee. H. D. pauper acct 52 70 Ford B. C. acct 6 37 1614 Wheeler. same Bolton C. B. 4J days 58 00 Batson R. H. account judge & mileage 3 44 By Logan H. T. same 31 75 Gosney boys and trirls who carried out the nro- 1 50 Sheriffs 4 per cent on same Clark R. C. 1 day 85 00 Cotton Chas 1$ day hauling on Herndon B. D. judge acct 2 00 School Tax Moynahan Philip Misses Cora and Lizzie Rodgers of gram accuitted themselves well and did $11,495.76 459.83 3 00 same Clark J. H. 2 days same 2 00 By County Mason Sue Shelby coart sten 2 25 Hamilton J. I. road Nina spent Sunday with Misses Marie justice to the Committee who had them Treasurers Re2 25 same Collet D. D. 1J day 79 75 Crews Wm 1 day clerk 2 00 ceipts ographer 1 50 Herndon H. K. same in hand at the class of the exercise. 28,130.00 and Mabel Prewitt. 2 25 same Collet Mat 1 day 3 45 By Counny Morrow E. W. attending town Compton W H 2 days same 3 00 Ham J. P. sheriff & mileage Mrs. Nannie Prather entertained at The class33 assembled in their customay claims 5,993.21 7 50 Chestnut T. D. 5 days same 25 00 Casey Walter 3 days same 3 00 By clock 4 50 Halcomb Ben same balance 1,983.54 her home with her splendid phonograph places when a collection was taken 6 00 same Chesnut J. V. 4 days 53 60 judge 4 50 Noe N. Mount J. R. Son & Co. acct 200 Same same from each class. The report read by Wednesday evening. 6 00 Chesnut J. T. 4 days same same 2 00 John damage road Compton W. H. 3 days same 4 50 Norman W. L. the S S. Secretary was SO pupils present 3 00 Newland $ 39,705.70 same Clatk John 2 days The little son of Will Beazley who Cox Eli 2 days case 3 00 Posey J. H. judge & mileage same 3 12 The delinquent Poll Tax for the year was seriously injured by baing kicked and 30. collected. 3 00 same Davis John 2 days 4 50 Robinson B. F. Parson R. F. veiwer road case Curtis Floyd 3 days same clerk 2 00 1913. was sold to G, T. Ballard Sheriff by 1 50 same Davis John 1 day a horse is improving. W. putting up elecCurrey Theo, Pauper Acct. .80 Ray Raymond judge 2 00 of Garrard County for $150.00. which STOP CATARRH! 6 00 Pointer J. same Dalton Jim 4 days Born to the with of Mr. Coney 5 00 Central Record, Account for tion booths Ray E. B. sheriff & mileage 3 44 together with the balance $1983.54 was 5 25 Edwards A. F. 3 days same Use Hyomei-Y- ou Breathe It. Hager a boy on the 17th and has been Rout Mrs. Mattie damage road 112 35 Ross Joe ballots &c, judge 2 00 paid into open Court by Check of G. T. 00 same Elam G. W. 2 days christened Alonza Mason. 12 00 Carman Dr. W. L. Pauper Acct case 25 Robinson C. A. election comr. 22 Unless properly treated this disease 10 00 Ballard former Sheriff of 00 Garrard Edwards J. M. 2 days same 8 00 Davis Jeff, 4 days hauling on comr. Mr. J. J. Sebastian, Maurice Wheeler often leads to a serious if not fatal ail Ruble J. B. 10 00 County, Ky. same 00 Robinson J. F. election same Evans L. T 2 days 34 00 Rigney W. O. pauper coffins road 6 00 Sherrow J. T. and Will Sebastian called at Mr. John ment. It is needles to allow eatprrh judge 2 00 State of Kentucky. 00 same Evans W. H. 4 days 3 00 Davidson & Doty, Account. Ray Thomas veiwer road case Pendleton's Sunday evening. 7 55 Sechrest B. F. judge & mileage to ruin your health use Hvomei it is 3 44 County of Garrard 00 same Set. Furr W. H 2 days Co. binding tax Slavin T. R. sheriff & mileage No ah Sebastian has rolled out his certainly effective relief for catarrh Emmons Tom, 2 days hauling on 3 60 00 State Journal I, J. W. Hamilton. Clerk of the same Foley P. E. 2 days 6 25 books judge & mileage 3 00 Scott Ebb 3 44 Garraid County Court do certify that new buggy and he and Cecil Prather ills. It s the road treat00 Faulkner Isaiah 2 days same Sanders J. M. damage road ment. You breathe it no stomach 2 00 the foregoing is a true, exact and mnp n fluinrr trin tn T.nnrnqtpr. sheriff 3 00 Tincher James East Dan, 2 days same 50 Foley Parks 1 day j- - o smae , 101 31 case 4 50 Tankersley John judge Emmons Tom, 3 days same 2 00 complete copy of the claims allowed by 25 Faulkner D. V. 1 day same In spite of the cold frosty nights quite dosing. No household should be with 64 95 same Sanders Jesse Elliott Dr. W. M. Pauper Acct. 17 50 Tankersley Henry sheriff & 50 same the Fiscal Court of Garrard County. a crowd was out Wednesday afternoon out Pyomei. It not only gives quick Grow Geo. G. 1 day 8 90 acct Stormes J. E. 3 44 Ky,, at its October Term, 1913 to and garnering greens, au went to tneir and lasting benefit in cases of catarrh 50 same Guthrie Chas 5 days Furr W. H, 2 days hauling on road 3 00 mileage Tinsley H. J. Survey and road but is one of the surest and most sheriff 2 00 including the April Term, 1914, and homes with a good supply. 00 same 3 00 Walker A. K. Hall Joe G days Foley Wm. 2 days same 6 00 case pleasant treatment for head colds, cleik 2 00 that the foregoing is a true and correct 1 50 Wearren J. P. 50 same Grow Walter, 1 day same Hall Sam 3 days George Hendren the little son of Mr. sniflies, or croup of 30 00 Co. Account judge & mileage 3 GO statement of the financial condition of children. 25 Tornado Mfg. 1 50 Wynn J D. Hawley Ira li day same Green Jack, 1 day same and Mrs. Hunter Ray had the misfortune Tinsley, H. J. Survey road case 10 00 Hyomei is acombination of antiseptic clerk 2 00 the County. This April 18.1914. 25 Hoskins W. C. 1& dav same Gibbs Luther, 2 days same 3 00 Walker Woods to sprain his ankle very seiiously oils you breathe it 00 5 Survey R West land Same Walker L. L. election comr. 10 00 using a small in25 Hamilton Jas H. 3 days same Attest J. W. Hamilton. Clerk. Green Mrs Sarilda, Account waitwhile visiting friends here. We hope haler. case 3 00 The air laden with health 00 White John Hrs.'damage road Garrard County Court. Hamilton Bros. G days same 15 00 Coldiron J. W. magistrate 8 ing on B. Evans. to hear soon of his speedy recovery. 15 50 days sitting in court restoring Hyomei soothes, heals and 24 00 00 Walker Mrs. E. H. same Hammonds Joe 4 days same Hager Arthur, 2 days diuling on 8 00 Walker L. L. Election Comr-WalkColdiron J. W. magistrate 3 Mrs. Floyd Ray proved herself a vitalizes the sore, raw and inflamed 00 Hill Thomas 4 days same 3 00 road 5 00 . I." n e G. C. defending lunatic days comtee work .linn mi I. r. n . f. fit ijaaici rt t .. . M. T" membranceof the breathimr orcran3 al 9 00 uiijiicl txj 75 Hill J. W. 4J davs same i:iiuillllli uusicas 4 50 Same, 3 days same Walker A. K. cleaning pool Poor Ham John magistrate 8 days There is no other 01 her immeaeate friends ana relatives most immediately. Hill J. W. Dynamite by Thom1 50 30 00 Hurt Smith, 1 day same House farm sitting i, court 24 00 partaking of the bounteous dinner remedy that benefits so surely or so 00 as Hill 7 50 Henderson J. R. 5 days same Pam John magistrate 1 day Leading Manufacturing Primary Election Officers. that was enjoyed by both old and quickly. Money refunded by R. E. Mc50 Hall Sam 10 post at 25cts each 4 00 Same, 8 bridge sills committee work young. Those from a distance were Roberts if you are not satisfied. 3 00 Amon J. M. 2 00 Henry Emery 4 days hauling on Judge Irvine E B, 1 days hauling Do not be without Hyomei another Ison Logan magistrate 7 cays Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Ray of Bourne 25 Bowling G. A. Clerk 2 00 on road 6 00 road sitting in court 21 00 Ky. The guests departed wishing Mrs. day. Druggists everywhere sell It. 75 Bourne Wes 2 00 Hardin Sam. 2 days same Judge Irvine Theodore J day same 3 00 Get the complete outfit $1.00 size Ison Logan magistrate 1 day Ray many happy returns of Easter. 75 Ballard J. H. 2 00 Henderson Mack, 3 days same same Clerk Johnson Ed A day 133-13- 5 4 50 West Main St. this contains the inhaler and bottle of comee work 3 00 00 Cook W. R. 2 00 Henderson Gaines, 3 days same Sheriff Kinnaird Harry 2 days same 4 50 liquid. White John N. magistrate 8 00 Clark James 2 00 Jones J. A. Coroner Acct. Judge same Lawson Mose 4 days -- :7 oO Lexington, Kentucky. days sitting in court 24 00 50 Carman W. L. Clerk 2 00 Kinnaird Dr. J. B. Expenses State Longworth Geo 1 day same Rheumattc Pains Relieved. HACKIiEY. New York, Brussels, Belguim. White John magistrate 2 days 2 00 Board of Health Judge 50 Doty J. P. same Ledford Wm. 1 day 15 oO Why suffer from rheumatism when comtee work 6 00 Long Wm. 3 days 2 00 Kauffmau H. C. Atty defend50 Denny S. M. same Clerk There are several cases of mumps relief may be had at so small a cost? The following is a statement of the Meadows J. C. 1 day 50 Edwards A. F. Sheriff 2 00 same around here. ing 2 paupers 10 00 Mrs. Elmer Hatch. Peru, Ind. writes, financial condition of the County, the 00 Ford B. C. 2 00 Judge same Miller J. H. 2 days Layton O. T. 3 days hauling on I "I have been subject to attacks of Mr. Eligah Sanders is the guest of outstanding bonds, notes, etc,. the May Talt 1 day Judge 50 Foley P. E. 2 00 same 4 50 road rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's his sister Mrs. Georgia Warren. amount charged to the Sheriff, for the 50 Gosney N. J. Judge same Metcalf Isa 1 day 2 00 Tor Infants and Children. 3 00 Lane Wm. 2 days same Mr. and Mrs. Adas Malear were the Liniment always relieves me immedi10 50 Halcomb Ben tax collection, real, tangible and mixed 2 00 Mathews Lem 7 days same Sheriff :.g Kind You Have Always Bought ately, and I take pleasure in recom- guest of his father Mr. Mace Malear AcLancaster Lbr. & Mfg. Co. and the amount of the Poll Tax for 2 00 McQuerry Buck G days same Clerk 00, Hurt F. G. 14 52 count mending it to others." 25 and 30 cent Sunday. Garrard County, Ky., viz:-- 50 Hill T. O. McQuerry R. M. 3 days same 2 00 Sheriff Bears tl 00 Ledford Speed, Pauper Acct. 30 Misses Fam and Myrtle Ross spent bottles. For sale by all dealers, 2 00 Sheriff McKechnie Wm. 5 days same Ham J. P. Amountof Turnpike road bonds sold dtjnature oi 42 00 Lee H. D. same Wednesday night with Mr. Earnie lmo. 50 Herndon II K. Sheriff same Naylor I. F. 3 days 2 00 January 2nd, 1899, S33.000.00. the same Mullins Thornton, 2 days hauling Melear. 50 Moore Henry 2 00 Naylor A. R. 3 days same Clerk 3 00 to bear interest at the rate of four per on road Miss Nannie Lee Logan entertained 50 McQuerry J. II. Clerk 2 00 same Oaks John 3 days 1 day same 1 50 cent per annum, bonds payable semiMorris a nuniDer of her young friends at the Judge 00 Noe, N. 2 00 Parson R. F. 2 days same annually 5300.00 each, except the last 2 25 McWrorterE. C. 1J day same home of her sister Mrs. Henry Curtis 00 Posey J. H. 2 00 Pollard T. T. 2 day.! Clerk same 3 00 or thirtieth year 84,000.00 will be due. Middleton John 2 days same of this place hist Wednesday evening. 1 50 j Ruble J. B. 00 Dock 1 day Judge same Parson 2 Amount ot bonds now due and owing Marksbury F. B. Making settleA very delightful time was spent. 12 00 Ray R. Judge 2 00 same Pence A. W. S days 15 00 $18,000.00. ment with Sheriff ' 3 00 Slavin T. R. 2 00 Sheriff Poor U. M. 2 days same Amount of money borrowed from Mason Sue Shelby, Court Nothing So Good For A Cough Or Cold. 75 Sherrow J. T. Judge same 2 00 Palmer Bill I day Stenographer 40 00 The Garrard Bank & Trust Co of Lan1 50 Sweeney J. W. Sheriff 2 00 same John 1 day Prather When you have a cold you want the caster as per notes executed therefor Mason W. B. Circuit Clerk AcRay Tom 1 day Tatum J. W. Judge 2 00 same best medicine obtainable so as to get 12,000.00, interest six per cent payable 13 30 count 2 00 Rankin T. C. 3i days same Wheeler W. A. Sheriff rid of it with the least possible delay. 2 00 Pointer Wm. 2 days hauling on Sherrow Win. 31 days same Walker L. L. Judge There are many who consider ChamAmount paid out of the Treasury the 3 00 road same 2 00 Sutton E. B. 3 days Wearren J. P. Clerk berlain's Cough Remedy unsurpassed. 2 25 Road Fund, since the last settlement Speaks R. K. 2 days 2 00 Prewitt Nat, 1$ days same same Watson W. T. Judge Mrs. J. Boroff. Elida, Ohio, says. "Ev9 00 of the Treasurer with the Fiscal Court, Preston Elbert G days same Woods J. B. Speaks Johnson 1J day same Judge 2 00 er since my daughter Ruth was cured the same expended by the County Road 75 Stigall John 11 day 2 25 Wynn J. D. same 2 00 Preston Arthur, J day same Judge of a severe cold and cough by ChamPendleton Hiram, 6 days same 9 00 Engineer and the County Judge, as per 5 25 Walker A. K. Judge 2 00 Stinnett Melvin 3i days same berlain's Cough Remedy two years ago. 4 50 their orders shown by the Treasurers 9 00 Walker Woods Judge 2 00 Prewitt Oscar. 3 days same Stotts Andrew G days same I have felt kindly disposed toward the S 21,741.44 1 50 report and settlement Pendleton George, 1 day same 4 50 Snyder Jim 3 days same manufacturers of that preparation. I April 1st 1914. Balance in Fiscal Court Officers Allowance. Payne W. N. for work on cul1 50 same Turner M. B. 1 day know of nothing so quick to relieve a Treasury Road Fund vert & team 5 G5 109.91 2, 9 00 Bourne J. P. Magistrate G da. sit- Tankersley Henry G days same cough or cure a cold." For sale by All 4 50 Amount of claims paid out 9 00 Todd C. II. G days same 18 00 Ray Cleo, 3 days hauling on road ting in Ct. Dealers. lmo. at 10 O'clock Sharp on the Premises Robinson C. A. 2 days same 3 00 of the Treasury General 3 00 Bourne J. P. Magistrate 14 da, Tankersley Fount 2 day same 3 00 Fund since last published 3 00 same Comtee work. Turner Willis 2 days 42 00 Ramsey Charlie, 2 days same Jit. Hebron One of the oldest and best fLivery stands in CenRose Dr. B. C. On pauper acstatement and as shown by 4 50 Coldiron J. W. Magistrate 6 days same Tudor John 3 days count 100 00 the Treasurers report . . . Mrs. Dennie Scott is able to sit up 9 00 27.823.G7 Tuggle Perry 6 days same sitting in Ct. 18 00 Kentucky some at this writing 9 00 Coldiron J. W. Magistrate 18 da. 'Robinson C. A. Sheiiff Acct. 171 50 Amount in Treasury GenerTeater Harvey G days same 4 50 333 15 al Fund April 1, 1914, includ same Tudor L. P. 3 days Miss Eulala Montgomery has beer, 54 00 Ross David, Jailer Acct. Comtee work. TERMS made known on day of sale. ing one hundred dollars paid 1 50 Fold A. D. Co. Judge 13 dajs Richardson Bill, Acct work on same Tudor Jas. A. 1 day quite sick the past week. 1 50 same 1 50 by the Treasurer as per his Walker T. T. 1 day holding Ct. 26 00 road Mr. and .Mrs. Ernest Ball maved to G 00 Hamilton J. W. Clerk Acct 2,351.44 4 50 contract as such Treasurer. . Walker Woods 4 days same 2G 75 Sutton John 3 da hauling on road DANVILLE, their new home iast Tuesday. Amount of Revenue collectScott J. A. 2 same 3 00 Ray Harrison. Magistrate 6 da. Walker Mrs E. H. days same 3 00 Mrs. E. F. Scott spent Inst wek 2 251 sitting in Ct. same 2 23 ed by the Sheriff of Garrard Wilson J. C. li day 18 00 Simpson Robert 1$ same J? Q KENTUCKY. with her neice Mrs. Grow. County, Kentucky for the Sherrow Robert I seme 1 50 Watson W. T. U day same 2 25 j Ray Harrison, Magistrate 12 da Mr. Jno. Hamni bought a pair of 3 00' Comtee work Wheeler Sim 2 days 12 75 year 1913, as is shown by same 3G 00 Saiiifect Chemical Co Account . mules at StanfGid couit day jtriee 1 50 Ray Harrison House to hold Ct. Wilson George 1 day 19 90 the said Sheriffs settlement tame 6 00 Treadway & Woods Pauper acct made with the Fiscal Ccurt Mr. and Mrs. Sam Duncan of Burgin 1 87 Ison Logan Magistrate Thompson Mrs Alice Caring for Wheeler M. B. 1J day same G da. wen- - the gui?U of Mr. and Mre. Ej. Pauper E. Ross. 9 00 sitting mCt. 18 00 Officers and Other Accounts. Grow Saturday. Walton Jeff 2 da hauling on road 3 00 Ifeon Logan Magistrate 12 da. 2G5 95 Adams Jack, Jailer account Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thompson are 1 samt 1 50 3G 00 White Dent Comtee work. gTT'.tTBr: WIII.'IHiMI'MHH JH'MWH ' Archer S., damage for land and f2X!Z very happy over the arrival of a fi' e White Jacob G same ' 9 00 Claims allowed Dec 30th, fence H. case. 7 00 :'!', baby boy on the 17th. Walker A. K. Acct Poor House Special Term 1913. Amon J. A.. Viewer road case 3 00 Mr. L. E. Saks bought of Mr. M. GO faim. Arnold Ed, putting up election Acton Dr. J. M. acct B. Evans. 130 00 H i.:..i'B O. Kenedy of Bryantsville twt hoife.s What you want in paint 19 one that 1Io-t- s Allowed 2nd Claims booths, etc 42 00 Bastin Telephone Co.. account 40 53 and a calf, price unknown. freely from the brush, that spreada evenly, but Term, 1914. Ballard G. T. Sheriffs costs Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co., acct 7 50 l ' -- c 2 Mrs. Joseph Rogers and two sons i case road Co., has enough body to stay spread. 5 40 Becker, Ballaid 17 70! Adams Jack same 113 15 Acct. mcZiJ, . B w Wyclilfe and Ehvood of Danville were I Burnsidc Smith, damage road Bradley & Gilbert Co (3) same 44 30 Acton Dr. J, M. Small Pcx acec 30 00 ' with her daugnter, Mrs. W. L. Grow ca,e You can shut your eyes and tell from tho 40 58 Ballew C. S., putting up elecle'r , ' Arnold CIA. Co Juiigestationary 15 00 Saturday. -- led MI Burnbkle J. G., viewer road case 3 00 tion booths 5 00 Becker Ballard & Co, account 15 CO brush, as you paint, that feel of the Mrs. II. R. Montgomery and boys. BsiHard G. T Election com C. S. caring for pauper 8 00 Ballew 30 00 Bastin Telephone Co, same 21 35 Wilbert. and Edward were with her Bradley ic Gilbert Co. Acc't 11 50 Bourne J. P., Magistrate 2 days Ball W. B. same 13 33 mother Mrs. Maiy A. Sanders at Coy Bettis, "W. S. 5G 25 same sitting in court 6 00 Ballard G. T. same 1 20 Saturday night and Sunday. same 30 50 Carter J. D. account Burnett Iz Elliott G 00 Carrier W. S. Assessors claim 97 50 Mi. and Mrs. Author Preston moved Bank of Bryantsville, room Coldiron J. W.. Magistrate 1 day Conn Brothers Account 23 75 smooth, elastic and tenacious. is last Tuesday to Mr. W. 0. Montgomery's for election 5 00 G 00 Dickerson & Kennedy Coffins for sitting in court You can feel it cling to the wood, and in house and Mr. Gene Vanderpool will Ballard, G. T. Sheriff cost Coldiron J. W., MagisUate 1 day paupers. 20 00 move from there to Lexington. 1 80 ' after years you can Gee it cling. road case committe work 3 00 Dickerson & Carrier Account 1 65 145 40 Dust Ketcher Mfg Co., acct Ballard. G. T. Sheriff Acc't G 25 Frisbie F. P. Premium on Ins. 13 20 A Cure For Soar Stcmacb. There is no secret about making good, Acct. 20 00 Ford A. D., having chimney reCorkins Chemical Co. Farley West putting up election 3G 75 Carter, J. D. paired baine 15 00 durable paint. The formula' is on every can Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, of Battle 6 00 booths. City of Lancaster acctforWater 70 00 Ford A. D. holding court 14 days 28 00 Garrard Milling Co. acct for coal 175 73 Creek, Mich., writes: "I have been of the Green Seal Paint. Clark, S. H. Viewer road case 3 00 Herndon & Walker, account 5 00 Hurt & Anderson account troubled with indigestion, sour stomach 120 25 101 87 Hamilton Mrs J. I. prem on Ins Conn Brothers. acct. 30 00 Hudson & Hughes same and bad breath. After taking two 120 25 FOR SALE BY 311 20 Hatcher James, automobile B. Central Record same Haselden Bros, same bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets I am 65 98 Davidson & Doty 9 51 same Evans 5 00 Hamilton J. W. Clerks costroad well. These tablets are splendid-non- e Elmore, J. W. Prem. on Ins. 82 50 Ison Logan, Magistrate 1 day case. 5 65 better." For sale by all dealers, 131 00 Frisbie, F. P. same sitting in court 3 00 Hamilton J. W. Co, Clerk for lmo. mmmammmmmmmmmmmmmm CLAIMS 1913 Frisbie & Thomas same Furr W. H. 3 accts $156 00 17 24 19 00 J list rard 1914, 1913. er direct-to-the-sp- ot t- er Victor Bogaert Go. . j Jewelers&Jmporters CASTOR A ;:! &&&& j semi-annuall- of Livery Outfit Consisting of Horses Carriages, Buggies and all equipment t tral ILJS T. D. ENLGI3H, Auct 21-"- ,IJIi.HWTIi--.'!iWm-l-- ll-' t day-Ap- feM Lx-Jaii- er r - ' X- , ' Manna's Green Seal Faint full-bodied, ! CONN BROTHERS ..Page 4 The Central Record V INCORPORATED. The Central Record, Thursday April' 23,' $1.00 A YEAR. V9 14 Issued Weekly. rnnntrv will rnllv to unhold the ditrnitV I of our flag and patrioticly support the Administration in its efforts to resent the insults offered our nation. AFTER HELM'S TOGA NOW LANCASTER GROWS STEADILY The dreaded disease J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. FORMER SUPPORTER Captain A. T. Anderson is suffering from a severely wrenched shoulder ocEntered at the Pot Office In Lancaster, Ky., There is perhaps not a town situated SEEKS DEFEAT OF Mall Matter. casioned from a fall which he recently as Second-Clas- s as Lancaster, in Kentucky, that makes received. He is compelled to carry as steady and as healthy growth as Member Kentucky Press Association one arm in a sling, but is continuing CONGRESSMAN. that city. On a little jerk water branch and about his duties at the warehouse of of the L & N, with no opposition as to Eighth District Publishers League. Mr. F. B. Marksburv where he is em Mr. Shelton Saufley of the Interior rates, compelled to obtain every comployed. Journal was in Danville Monday shak modity by that one rail line, with no Lancaster, Ky.f April 23, 1914. ing hands with the Democratic voters. other outlet save that to depend upon Although a former friend and warm for distributing the bountiful products BOOR SHOWER supporter of Congressman Helm he is of the surrounding county to the marRates For Political Announcements now very much opposed to the return kets ot the world, yet Lancaster manAt Womans Club Room. of the present Congressman again to ages to maintain an air of thrift equalFor Precinct and Citv Offices ...S 5.00 The members of the womans club is- Washington to represent this District. led by few and surpassed by no town 10.00 or County Offices B. F. HUDSON, President. J. J. WALKEK, Vice Prest. 15.00 sued invitations to their husbands, He thinks it an easy thing to beat of its size in this section of the state. For State and District Offices W. O. Rigney, As3't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker, Jr.., sweethearts and friends, to attend a Helm and has had sufficient encourage.10 For Calls, per line Our shops are replete with as comMr. James Clark who has been ap10 reception in their club rooms, on last ment himself to get the Ccngressional plete and W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. For Cards, per line wares as may be Thursday evening. The reception was bee in his own bonnet. He says that found in Lexington For all publications in the interor even more pre- pointed County Road Engineer for in the form of a book shower, each Helm is very unpopular in Lincoln tentious towns, the prices asked for Garrard coiinty, richly deserves the ORGANIZED 1SS3. est of individuals or expresguest being requested to bt ing a book, County and that he will get a majority the wares compare favorably with position. He is a democrat of the unsion of individual views, per .10 which resulted in 7S handsome volumns of the votes in his home County if he those asked other places, and when you swerving stamp, and for many years .. line... The mem- decides to run. his party s 05 being added to the library. His announcement laKe in to consiueration the cost ot a has helped to fight Obituaries, per line bers are deeply grateful to the happy will probably be made in a few days. of trip trom nome to another market, you buttles in the county without hope OF LANCASTER, KY. way in which so many responded. The The candidacy of Mr. Saufley will be a will find pecuniary reward, has never sought of that "shopping at home" is With every undertaking of President guests felt that a book was a small fice and the one to which he has just has far more satisfactory as well as ecoWoodrow Wilson crowned with success exchange in lieu of such a delightful surprise to many people because it Mr. been generally understood that Helm nomical to Lancaster and Garrard been appointed his solicitation. since he entered the White House and evening spent. Clark is a practical farmer, has lived and Saufley were very warm friends. county people. with a united and victorious Democracy This bank is supervised by the United States Governmen. While it is not generally known, it is Nor does the restraints as to trans- in the country all of his life, and is not applauding the mention of hisname.and Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all only conversant with the needs of the thought that Helm's failure to support portation facilities placed upon Lanthe trusting masses every where willthings. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. the administration in the Panama Toll caster seem to retard its growth; it is road3 of the county, but he is well S ing to follow in his lead and hailing him Repeal Bill has caused the breach be- true there is no boom in Lancaster, but qualified to attend to those needs. He 1 Make this bank YOUR bank. as one of the wisest and safest sages WHEN SCHOOL WAGON tween them. a good steady, healtny growth is al is a gentleman of the highest integrity fawiiHM i I'lLmTfnETaszrgKgjgtiiJisreEkjyii who ever occupied the chief executive's ii i mi a popular gentleman and the county is ways to be observed. chair of the nation, after one year's Turns Over Near Buena Vista. be congratulated upon securing his Among the recent additions to the to such service he came before the joint r A W&&gm3ti&UrrAKZ7X w. : business interests of the town may be services. of Congress on March 5, 1914, session JV? -i vrAOne of the handsome new wagons aiTT mentioned a bottling works, a garage, - rtt,!-- . .v &!&fe jws' JS&lii ttW z? V"nr.r-- -l A"and read a message, the following of . v." && Seed Corn. employed by the new Consolidated several stores and with many other sSSStaa- which is a part: EsSSai j. m TO BE COMPLETED sf zmm r> School at Buena Vista turned over on f.V enterprises in course of construction or Walton Moss will have a wagon load "Gentlemen of Congress: I have Tuesday injuring several of the children, SUM1 im. msM frrWi.lfirrrV'fr,' under consideration. These enterprises of his choice seed corn in town next 3 Pfssl' itSa?" 'sSfiW.VSv: come to you upon an errand, which can By June 15th. be brielly performed, but I beg yeu one of them severely. The wagon was are not attracted bv "exemption from Monday. will not measure its importance by the in charge of Mr. Wilbur Scott and The new opera house is expected to taxation" for any period, free building number of sentences in which 1 state when descending a steep hill one of the sites or such inducements as are ordiit. No communication I have address- lines broke and the wagon overturned be complete and ready for occupancy MOSEY FOR SHEEP CLAIMS. ed to the Congress carried with it a not later than loth. Work is going narily offered for the building up of Twelve implica- upon reaching a culvert. progressive towns, but are attracted graver or more County Clerk J. W. Hamilton has forward rapidly upon the foundation, tions as to the intere of the country. children were in the wagon at the time, and the Garrard Milling Co., have Mr. solely by the requirements of and the received from the State Auditor a I have come to ask vou for the repeal and all but two were injured, none leavadvantages offered by the town. check for $598.o5 in pajment forclaims ot that provision of the Panama Canal severely however, except a little C. P. Anderson, an experienced conthe possibilities of the place, with- of Garrard county farmers for sheep If Act of August 24, 1912, which exempts daughter of Mr. Marshall Scott, who crete workman, busily engaged supvessels engaged in the coastwise trade erintending the manufacture of the out the cooperation of a well organized killed by dogs during the year 1913. ot the United States from payment of received a severelv fractured shoulder. concrete blocks for the construction of and working Commercial organization, This amount will pay the claims in full tolls and to urge upon you the justice, Dr. Elliott was summoned from Lansuch as every well regulated town and those holding claims may have the wisdom, and the large policy of caster and ministered to the little suf- the building It will take 4709 of these such a repeal with the utmost earnest- ferer and she is getting along nicely, blocks to complete the structure, the should have, attracts these enterprises, them paid by calling on Mr. Hamilton. ness of which I am capable. I ask this lower story will be of blocks 12X8X2;' what might be expected of Lancaster, of you in support of the foreign policy though yet confined to her bed. Dr. while the upper will be of blocks were her advantages given the proper 1 shall MEETING CONTINUES. not Montgomery was also called from of the Administration. amount of advertisement to the out(Stitch Boy Painier Trade Mark) know how to deal with other matters Bryantsville and the bruises of the 8'XS'X2' the blocks to be artistically side world. The protracted meeting at the Bapwith greater delicacy and nearer con- other children were given attention and finished so as to present an attractive linseed oil. We sell these sequence if you do not grant it to me appearance. In one of the richest and most pro tist church is still in progress and it The building is to be they were all able to go to thpir homes. in ungrudging measure." as yet been determined just 100X40 feet, the lower story to be ductive counties of the state, with has not ingredients as well as A bill was very promptly introduced But for the presence of mind and utilized as a garage, the upper as an soil unsurpassed for fertility, not alone when it will close. Large crowds conto bravery of Mr. Scott the driver, the necessary in Congress to carry into eirect the Opera House. The latter is to be com- in Kentucky but throughout the world. tinue to attend every service and the desire. Administration's urgent request and accident might have proven much more paratively fire proof, well ventilated witn a record lor growing a greater interest grows as the meeting progressyou color after due time for debate a vote was severe. The wagon was badly and heated and with modern improve- multiplicity of crops, and growing them es. About a dozen additions to the Guide to help you is another service feature. It's full Owner's. ?aintinK taken and every member of Congress ments, including a floor with a three good, than nearly any other section of church up to this time. cf color schemes, paintac truths aad suggestions. Come in and get from Kentucky voted to uphold the your copy. foot drop, a commodious lobby, with the country, why should we not htve Democratic Administration and the stairway leading to gallery without the a good town? Wheat, corn, oats, rye, MISS LEVY DUNN. recommendation, except President's necessity of entering the lower floor, barley, alfalfa and the various varieties Caleb Powers, John Langley, Republimodern stage and seating and all the of hay, hemp and tobacco, splendid It will be sad news to the many friends cans, and Harve Helm of this District. appointment of the latest style and best pastures, a good live stock country; of Miss Levy Dunn to know that she FOR CONGRESS But we find our worthy contemporary equipped opera houses of the country. good turnpikes traversing the entire was taken suddenly ill at her home in and good friend, Mr. Louis Landram, Frankfort Dispatch Says That Shelton Mr. Herron who is building the county, and all to feed the county seat, Bryantsville, Wednesday morning and of the Danville Messenger, commendstructure, has had several flattering of- why then we ask. should not Lancaster remains in a critical condition. Miss Will Probably Saufley, Of Stanford, ing Mr. Helm for his vote as follows; fers to lease the building when com- be a good town? And last but Ly no Dunn is one of the mo3twideIy known "Without entering into the merits of pleted, but as yet has not accepted any means least, we have what goes more ladies in the county and is prominently Enter Race Against Helm. the Panama Exemption Repeal Bill, we IHWWJWWWMWft of them, having not yet fully made up toward the success of a community connected throughout this and adjoinbeg to say, as President did, that it is of The following interesting dispatch his mind as to the manner of leasing, than anything else, we have a generous, ing counties. She is a sister-in-laTherefore, no censure debatable. should attach to any Congressman for trom Frankfort appeared in the Louis- whether he will equip it himself with kind hearted people, typical Kentuck- - Mrs. W. A. Price of Lancaster. the position he took on the question. ville Herald. picture machine and accessories, or lans, lavish with the much vaunted Tills is especially true of those who "Interesting gossip of Congressional whether he will allow the lessee to southern hospitality, ready to welcome INTERESTING were in the minority, for they certainly SPELLING did not seek the favors or good will of politics in the Eighth District was furnish the machine. The garage part the stranger with open arms, to make any one, but acted in accordance with brought to the capital taday by several however, is already rented and the his stay among U3 a pleasant one, or if MATCH. their best judgment, the dictate of prominent politicians of that district rapid construction of the building is perchance he comes to locate permanconscience and were true to the oath who came to the State House on de- being pushed by the party leasing it in ently, to make him forget his old asAn interesting spelling match was of office." order that he may get into it before sociations, and to make his new envir held Friday evening in the auditorium partment business. Mr. Helm is in congress by the grace onments so pleasant as to make him of the graded school building. Students, "According to the report they brought the close of the automobile season. of the Democratic party ard for him to the opposition to the wish he might spend the remainder of teachers and private citizens entered of Con dally when the President thinks the gressman Harvey Helm is about to heartily into the contest. his days in old Garrard Mr. Robert administration is facing a crisis, and to center en Shelton M. Saufley, editor of We were about to forget the greatest Embry was chosen as captain on the the party is in peril, may desert when the Interior Journal at Stanford, and inducement which we have to offer in winning side while the side of Mr. not be deserving censure out we opine formerly a newspaper man of FrankGarrard county, our educational facili- Robert Elkin was in the money but OF UNITED STATES both congressman Helm and broth that fort, as the proper man with whom to ties. We state, and without fear of lost first and second. Three prizes er Landram have a job to convince the defeat Helm. Stanford is in Lincoln, contradiction, that there is not a county were offered, the first $5 in gold, being democrats of the district to the con Helm's home county, and according to SUPREME COURT in the state which surpasses Garrard awarded to Lucian Grant, a sixteen trary. the prediction the Democrats made here in the educational facilities which we year old graduate, the second prize of How great the open censure will be And Salaries Of Members. today, Saufley is the only man in the offer; one of the best Graded Schools $2.50 was won by Miss Eliza Smith, a against Congressman Helm for this district who can beat Helm in his home to be found anywhere in Lancaster, member of the faculty, while the third vote by the Democrats of this District county and carry the lower tier of You often hear the question asked as and two Consolidated Graded Schools prize of $1 was won by Miss Patsy is yet to be observed, but we feel justicounties in the Eighth, composed of to how many members comprise the in other parts of the county, with the Kinnaird who saved the dav for the fied in saying that when our present Adair, Casey, Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln, Supreme Court of the United States, numerous county schools being kept up Elkin side. representative again submits his claim Mercer and Madison. who those members are and what salary to the very highest possible standard, After a spirited contest between to the people for support he will see "Saufley's popularity in his home is paid them. Tnese questions are much there is absolutely no reason why any Misses Kinnaird, Smith and Lucian, will prefer to have a that Democrats county is said by the men here today more easily asked than answered, and Miss finally went down on the representative in Congress who can to be due to the record he made as a for the benefit of the great majority resident of the county should be com- word Kinnaird Word after word pelled to send their children away from present the side of this debatable member of the Lower House of the who cannot answer them, we give be- home in order to secure an education. was then given out, hard words, jaw question w ith ther.pprcval of conscience recent session of the General Assem- low the information:-Th- e Chief Justice breakers, words seldom seen or heard as requested by the President, and ap- bly, when he fathered and led the suc is paid $15,000 per year, while the Asuntil the audience began to despair of proved by the entire Democratic dele- cessful fight for a change in the road sociate Justices receive $14,500 per getting home until the small hours, LIPSCOMB. gation in Congress from our State, in- engineer s law. His elforts and vote year, the members are as follows. when Miss Eliza went down on the cluding our popular Senator, Ullie M. against the Glenn insurance bill also The following account of the death word Chief Justice Edward Douglass White, Lucian winning the James. made him many friends at home and in of Louisiana, Democrat, appointed an of Prof. M. L. Lipscomb, which occur-e- d $5 by spelling it. The Democrats of the Eighth Dis- and in other counties of the district, Associate Justice by President Cleveat his home in Columbia, Mo., on trict, w.ll likiiy prefer a representative according to the Democrats, as well as land in 1894 and made Cnief Justice by the 8th. inst, is taken from the Colum! whose judgment is more in accord with his great work as chairman of the President Taft in 1910. Born in 1845. Prof. Lipbia (Mo.) Daily Tribune the Piesident's and whose judgment House Committee on Appropriations in Associate Justice Joseph McKeuna, scomb married Miss Anne Robinson, of j News Of The Churches. and conscience does not lead in the path giving the recent Legislature the rec- of California, Republican, appointed Lincom county, who survives him and of Caleb Powers and John Lanjrley. ord of having been the most economical bv President McKmley in 1897. Born who is a sister of Mr. Joseph E. Rob- HHMMMVWIiUBniMMW.H Bro. S. H. Pollitt will begin a meet-a- t The suggestions made by Congressman that has met in Kentucky in the past in 1843. inson, Editor of the Record Moreland next Monday night. Helm, that he is being congratulated score of years. Prof. M. L. Lipscomb died of kidney Associate Justice Oliver Wendell by the Democrats of this Distiict upon Rev. Claude Fawns will preach at According to the Eighth District men Holmes, of Massachusetts, Republi- trouble shortly after noon today after his vote against the Administration's here opposition to the 53 the Methodist church here the first of can; appointed by President Roosevelt an ill.nes of some weeks. The funeral policy, puts in issue, in a way, whether will be held at the home tomorrow after Sunday in May, both morning and developed all over the Eighth in 1902. Born in 1841. Helm has the party of this District will take its District since he chose to align himself Associate Justice William R. Day, of noon at three oclock, and the services evening. Congressman Helm or ap with Caleb Powers and John Langley, Ohio, Republican, appointed in 1903 by will be conducted bv the Rev. Madison stand with The third quarterly conference of the prove the course of the Administration. A. Hart, of the Christian church, of Bryantsville and Buena Vista Methodthe two Republican members of Con- President Roosevelt. Born in 1849. He may not be censured for his vote, gress from Kentucky in opposition to m ist church, was held at Bryantsville Associate Justice Horace Harmon which deceased was a member. we will be surprised if he is not for President Wilson's Canal Toll Repeal Lurlon, of Tennessee, Democrat, apProf. Liscomb was borned in King last Saturday and Sunday, the services A Good Thing taking the latter step, and we will bill. pointed in 1909 by President Taft. William county Va., May 17, 1850, and being conducted by Dr. Arnold, the wait to hear from our neighbor upon "The men who were here today said Born in 1844 at Newport Ky. that husband of yours. came to Columbia as professor of phy-ic- s district superintendent and the pastor, the latter proposition. at the University of Missouri inl889 with excellent interest. Dr. Arnold When he sees you using that Eighth District Democrats do not Associate Justice Charles Evans relish the fact that theirs was the only Hughes, of New York, Republican, ap- since which time he has resided hera. spoke highly of the advance of the B m S3 The President has made every reason- member of the lower house of Congress pointed in 1910 by President Taft Born A man of education, culture and high pastorate in the past year, in work Swan Flour ideals, Prof Lipscomb identified him- accomplished; the advance taking the able effort to avoid complication with who deserted the President at such a in 18G2. Associate Justice Willis Van Devan-te- r, self with the interests of the town on church up from the eighth grade of be sure that he expects the defacto goverment of Mexico. But critical period in his administrative PI 1" in annual year book They said that if a candidate of Wyoming, Republican, appoint- moving here, and his death leaves a 1911. to "A-N- o Huerta and his followers have exhaust- program. some fine bread, bis of one hundred charge of the ed the patience of the President and would make a fight for the nomination ed in 1910 by President Taft. Born in gap in the community. Always con- record siderate of others, quiet and unosten- Ky. conference, in 1913. The per cent committed all sorts of unpardonable of- on such grounds he would defeat Helm 1859. cuits or cake. He's right too, WHITE SWAN FLOUR Associate Justice Joseph Rucker tatious in his manner, a true friend, advance in benevolent offerings, leavfense's against our Government. The overwhelmingly. "Saufley's paper, the Interior Jour- Lamar, of Georgia, Democrat, appoint- and a gentleman of the old school. Prof ing Danville and Lancaster in the rear. Administration has handled this matter makes the finest of such things. Try a sack and show him m Born in Lipscomb was known and esteemed by A letter to the pastor. Dr. E. H. Pearce, with its characteristic wisdem and nal, was the first country paper in Ky, ed by President Taft in 1910. from the general secretary of missions everyone. that you are as good-- baker as his mother ever was. caution. While some have thought the to espouse the cause for the nomination 1857. at Nashville., referred, ,to the year Present could, have actd more of Wilson at Baltimore, and opponents Associate Justice Mahlon Pitney, of Prof. Lipscomb was ajiot,edA, educa- work, as distinctive among all of the since .the turn of t events of Helm say that on a' platform of en- New Jersey, Republican, appointed by tor and one of the-- email 'numDers of hastily, .but Methodist church his present actions now have the ap- dorsement or non endorsement of the President Taft in 19i2. Born in 1858. University professors who stuck to 7000 pastorates of the Two retired members of the court their posts throughout the formation in the south and asking "how it had of all parties in this nation and President, the present Congressman proval served by if we must go to war with Mexico we will find the Democrats of his district are still living: George Shiras, of Penn- period of the University, and he, with been served". The luncheon Saturday 9 of overwhelmingly against him and in sylvania, and William H. Moody, of others, was responsible for the high the ladies of the church on the sympathy and have m I was a hapyy occasio- standard maintained, Massachusetts. the nations of the world, The United favor of the President". R.L. ELKIN. Business Manager. OPT. A. T. ANDERSON. Despite Many Obstacles. "Blackleg" Is In the County Better Vaccinate your cattle at once. We' Have the Vaccine. McRoberts Drug Store. Book-Keeper. te ........... Citizens National Bank Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. CHILDREN HURT i OPERA HOUSE m? WEWg?m mmK i?r. 5v To.ULsr7-":rrJTTJ-V'- y-t--' vc-m- sT !jfc& m s? J a&&.FJm: basis of elastic paint THE kind that expands and contracts with the wood, ing no cracks exposed to the weather is Phoenix White Lead and pure prime paint tinting matter the combination the get SAUFLEY C. C. &. J. E. Stormes WW R. E. McRoberts NMaW&MnMAMi OUR PERSONNEL ICE Cream DEPARTMENT IS NOW OPEN. WAW MftKfe&&ftM r Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co mmm cxxxxjmixj mmm ft He Knows 3 8 8 I 1 I I I mte I B i n Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills ml i The Central Record, Thursday April 2; 19 f4. COLLIER. Mrs. Kate Collier, wife of Mr. J. B. Collier, died at the home of Mr. U. D. Simpson in this city at 1 o'clock Wednesday, and her remained will be interred in the Lancaster cemetery Friday afternoon after services at the Christian church by Elder F. M. Tinder at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Collier has been a long sufferer from a complication of diseases and everything that the care of loving relatives could do afTorded her no relief. Some months ago she was taken to the home of her son Mr. Charles Collier at Fork Ridge Tenn, in the hope that the change in climate and surroundings would have a good effect, but her condition was not improved by the change and about a week ago she was brought back to Lancaster. She was 57 years old last November and was married to Mr. James B. Collier when she was seventeen Years of age; to this union was born four children, Mr. W. H. Collier, of Bell Jellico, Ky. Mr. Chas. Collier, of Fork Ridge, Tenn, Mr. Ed. Coilier, of Danville, Ky. Miss Elizabeth Collier, of this city, all of whom, together with her husband survive her. She is also survived by three sisters Mrs. Wm. Jones of Winchester. Mrs--. Charles Richardson of Lexington Ky and Mrs. J. C. Robinson of Lancaster. Mrs. Collier was a daughter of the late J. G. Sweeney, at one time one of Lancaster's most prominent merchants. She was. a lifelong and consistent member of the Christian hurch, and a most lovable woman. Possessed of a cheerful disposition she was loved by a circle of friends which embraced the entire community in which she was born and reared. Devoted to her husband and children, even in her last fleeting hours her deepest and only egret being at the necessity of parting from them. kind hearted and true friend and neigh bor, self sacrificing and benevolent, ever seeking to do some good fo.-- others, it may truly be said that in the death of Mrs. Collier there is taken from the community one of its beat beloved and noble women. The multiplicity of floral offerings and the solicitude of a host of anxious friends in her rinal hours gave touching evidence of the high esteem in which she was held. The heart felt sympathy of the entire community, in which the Record joins, goes out to the bereaved father and children in their sore af'Krlion and hour of trouble. 1 Page. 5, JOHN DEERE Line Of Gossip About People VNN Disc Harrows, Drag Harrows wmmfmmimmmmm Corn Planters. Best Made. J 1 A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are Interested In. Grass Seeders, Oat and Wheat Drills. Right Quality Considered. Prices always J. H. Mount, Son 1L 1L 1L & Co. ir. Mr. R. Zimmer visited Mr. H. Goos-ma- n in Richmond last week. Miss Eliza Ison of Bryantsville is here with her sister Mrs. VV. A. Dicker-son. HERE'S AN INTERESTING CASE. Full of the newest deSSS?? signs in Spring and Sum Aa asorCLrJ. mer Dress Goods, and just received from our Pretty wholesaler. things to interest the ladies, dainty fabrics that are sure to be soon worn by our wisest easterners. Plenty of patterns to choose from.but all the materials of the Come and look at them latest designs and best qualities. and they will coax you to buy, as they are earnest pprsua- ders. Reverend and Mrs. D. M. Walker of Stanford were recent visitors in Lancaster. Miss Annie Margaret Elkin has gone for a protracted visit with relatives in Texas. Mrs. Sarah Rayburn of Richmond is here visiting her daughter Mis. R. P. Gregory Misses Tommie Francis and Frankyo KaufTman were visitors in Danville the past week. Mr. W. C. Price of Danville was the guest Saturday and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price. Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie was the guest Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Price of Danville. Mrs. W. T. West and son Willie Bell have returned from a visit to friends and relatives in Stanford. Mr. Alex Denny and daughter Mrs. Mattie Duncan have been in Stanford visiting Miss Belle Denny. last Friday of S. 1L 1L BROWN. 38 1L THE CASH STORE. Schulz's Cut Flowers , J Miss Margaret Muson of Madina New York is the attractive guest of Miss Letty May McRoberts. Mrs. A. Howard Rice of Richmond Ind. is the guest of Mesdames H A. B. Marksbury and II. C. Sutton. FLORAL DESIGNS ar&g&lWflg Miss Elsie Zimmer went to Cincinnati Sunday for a weeks visit to relatives and upon a shopping expedition. Mr. W. II. Collier of Fork Ridge Tenn., is here to see his mother Mrs. J. B. Collier, who continues very ill. All orders filled with Nice,Choice Flowers Phone 43 or 339-F- . All orders are appreciated and will be delivered promptly. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. Misses John Eva Hilton and niece guests for several; days of Mrs. J. T. Cherry in Crab Orchard. Cecil Batson were Misses Stella Hendren of Richmond and Allie Hendren of Paint Lick are guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hendren. George Harris who holds a lucrative position in the city of Birmingham is at home for a stay with his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Harris. Miss Letty May McRoberts gave a Recital Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock for her music class. It is needless to say each one reflected praise upon the teacher. last of ful refreshments will be served the the week for a visit to Mrs. Emma guests KaufTman. Admiringr friends will regret to hear Mrs. H. M. Ballou of Stanford visit that Mrs. Alice Barkley Walker is not improved since her return to her home ed Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines. in Nicholasville after a stay in one of Mr3. Letty Ware is in Gadsden Ala., the hospitals at Lexington. protracted visit with her son. for a The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday Mrs. J. A. Amon has returned from with the Misses Gill. The members a stay of several days in Cincinnati. are still enjoying the theme of "EvoluMrs. J. J. Thompson is with her tion" or "Life in the Past." Sup plementary, the lecture, ".Move Upfather at Mt Vernon who is very ill. ward", by Kate Upsom Clark was also TheoMesdames W. A. Price and dore Currev were visitors in Danville, discussed at the meeting. Tuesday. Little Miss Edith Moore was hostess Mi s. J. B. Paxton of Stanford has at a birthday party on Saturday afterbeen with her mother, Mrs. A. C. noon from 3 to 5 at her home on Ilaselden Heights. The occasion was in Robinson. celebration for the 7th birthday of the Mrs. C. F. Denman, of Nicholasville, winsome little lass. Twelve girl is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. friends were invited to make the ocAlex West. casion a happy one. The home was Mrs. Ann Robinson and Miss Fannie artistic in its decorations of spring West were in Cincinnati Wednesday flowers, and the refreshments of ices and cake made the affair one of enjoyand Thursday. ment to the youthful guests. Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith and Miss Misses Lizzie Bettis andMarthaKav-anaugTommie Francis were visitors in Danof Lancaster, who are attendville, Tuesday. ing the Normal School, spent Easter Mrs. Robert Dunlap Blanton left this at home . . Mr. and Mrs. W. L. week for a visit to Mrs. Charles HarArnold and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. J. din of Harrodsburg. W. Arnold and family were recent Mrs. James Holloway, of Chatta- guests of Lancajter friends and relanooga, is spending a few days with tives ...Mrs. C. W. Clay who has Mrs. T. R. Ratrsey. been visiting in Lancaster is now in Miss Miss Laura Tarkington, of Parksville Lexington with her friends is the pleasant visitor of Miss Mary Pearl Sebastin has as her guest Miss Bessie Prather, of Lancaster Miss Chesnut of Marksbury. Lucy W. Doty, Judge Lilly's accomMr. and Mrs. S. G. Ilaselden and plished stenographer was the wecit-en- d Miss Kathleen Walter motored to the guest of Danville friends. city of Danville, Tuesday. One of the most interesting visitors Mr. Charles Davis, of Chattanooga to Lexington during the past week has been the recent guest of Mrs was Miss Emma Hays, of Stanford, Elizabeth Joseph and sons. who is, aside from Shelton Saufley, Misses Iva Cook and Maud Edgar and the most important connection of the Dr. Hatfield, of Danville, were pleas- Stanford Interior Journal. Miss Hays has been with the Interior Journal ant callers in our city last Sunday. for about three years, and during that Dr. J. A. Amon accompanied Mrs. time she has perfected herself in all Moberlv, of McCroary to Louisville department, including operating the where she will be under medical treat- linotype machine, as well as helping with the make-up- . ment. While Editor Saufley was at Frankfort in attendance 111., Dr. W. E. Barton of Oak Park, upon the Legislature, of which he was e of the has arrived and is at the members from Lincoln county, the his sister Mrs. G M. Patterson who is work of getting out this splendid critically ill. county was done by this Miss Emma Nichols an experienced young lady, who has shown raic talent trained nurse who has been nursing in the newspaper game and is the Mrs. Alex West for six weeks has re- mainstay of the Interio Journal PtafF. Lexington Leader. turned to her home in Danville. mond relatives are expected the h, bed-sidsemi-weekly General News. Rather than work later than 7 o'clock P. M., Lexington journeyman barbers are on a strike. The Mexican troubles caused stocks on the New York Exchange to take a downward tendency. Cotton declined from 15 to 17 points in the market last week, due largely lo" unfavorable weather conditions. John C. Mayo is said to be so far' recovered as to be aole to removed to his home in Paintsville in the near future. One hundred and twenty eight younf men and women graduates will receive diplomas at Kentucky State College this year. The Kentucky State Guard with a full brigade of three regiments is sa:ti to be ready and anxious to go upon the first call So Mexico. The immense feeding barns of Melton Morris & Co at I'eoria Ills., were burn ed entailing a loss of S40,00. Three thousand cattle were burned. Jacob Coxey of "Coxey's Army" fame attempted another inarch lo Washington starting from Canton O his troops dwindled from 200 to '). Representative Caleb Powers has es pressed his intention for again a candidate for the republican nomination for Congress from tiie eleventh Kentucky district. A battle of fourteen hours duration was fought between striking Colorado coal miners and State troops. VVluis the smoke cleared away the causalities were found to be 11 dead miners, i ri soldier and one Simple Law cf Gravitation. Under the law of gravitation dropi of liquid in falling tc.:.1 to a. spherical form as ram .rom the clouds, ami i i the case of shot the molten lead Is poured though perforated Colander at the top cf the tower, which usslss in giving a spherical shape. Explsina Sas;b3ll Popularity. Nothing ((Uitla bas ball a3 a poput ir sport. Dusfb:.;! liuvilates the mind and lnv!?irat-s- , of exhausts, It c..n i; played in iy the body . field, at almost n Kxpeii-Is the handicap v.Iuih !;ceps tennis snul golf out of the ninninR as great pocn l lar sports. . game uiry lr played In two heurs an advant to which v. ill t vrr irtake it more popul-i- i than cricket as a:i international gncie in-tec.-.ts ti-.bal-- Later reports trom the Lexington Herald are that Mrs. Alice Walker, of Nicholasville, is much worse and her son, George, has heen summoned home. School Notes. (By Wm. F. Miller.) TOMLINSOK. After a lingering illness of arterial pressure lasting for a period of over n six months the spirit of Mr. H.J. took its flight Monday morning at 0:30 o'clock. The sickness and death of this noble man has perhaps elicited more lamentation than that of any other for a number of years, a man of broad information, yet quiet and unassuming, loving the rural life, mingling with the poor and needv in their hours of deepest distress when only tne comforts of the gospel could be given. Mr. Tomlinson early gave his heart to God uniting with the church in youth, and he nobly espoused the cause which he professed. For nearly half century he was Sunday School Supt. serving for the past twenty five years at Brown's Chapel. iM. E. Church. Buena Vista. Always at his post of duty, unless providentially hindtred. teaching.exhorting, praying. We always associated him with the Holiness village preacher, "that if any came to scoff, they remained to pray." Mr. Tomlinson was married to Miss Belle Robinson in lfctfS, and to this union were born eight children, four dying in infancy, four living, Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess, Mrs. Bradley Cunningham, Miss Frances and Hugh J. Tomlinson now of Toledo, Ohio. Beside his immediate family Mr. Tomlinson is survived by three sisters and one brother, Mrs. Melvin Harris and Mrs. R. C. Adams, of Lexington, Mrs. T. L. Mudd, of Kansas City .Missouri, and Hon R. II. Tomlinson of Lancaster. The funeral services were conducted at the home Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, the Rev. Godby of Nicholasville, officiating assisted by Rev. J. Rockwell Smith of Lancaster, and Dr. E. H. Pearce, of Danville. Interment taking place in Danville cemetery under rite ot the Masonic order. "Nay do not say his work is done Fur it has only just begun." "lve just grown weary on the way, ivnu lulled to rest in life's brightday. By songs of angels soft and sweet, I'll rest awhile then new life greet. Then I'll take up my work again. With out the weariness and pain. Tom-linso- Mrs. Hayden Leavell, Mrs. Cephus Mcrgan and little Miss Lucile Thompson were called to Mt Vernon by the Mr. H. illness of their grand-fathe- r, H.JBaker. Mrs. T. J. Price gives a Reception Friday afternoon, from 3 to 5, the Mrs. John Shackelford and little son invitation list being limited to the H. C. Shackelford who are with Rich members of the Womans Club. Delight EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We buiid cement Silos 12, 14 and 16 feet in diameter, We have had many experienany height. ces in this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., you need cement work of any kind. if PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. We Write Anv Kind of Office L - RANGE at National Bank. Ky. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, VHZmrC'rT..!iv..rvmr.K:v--r.vfrjnwrwvvjK.-AirTtt A. BEAZLEY & CO. Phone 27. Lancaster AUGUST W. H. HARRIS, Pres. Home-comin- g Golorcd Fair. 6, 7, 8, 1914. JERRY DOTY, Sec'y. Base Ball game Friday, Bro. Tinder was a welcome visitor at our school Friday and conducted the exercise. Mr. Ware, who was asked to appoint a captain for the team, as yet lias not done so, he will make appointment in a few days. The town team will play the school team Friday afternoon at 2:45. The purpose of this game, is to get the school team in shape for Friday week. An entirely new line of After this week there will on.y be 3 more weeks of school. The last week of school will be set aside for examination. The Graduating night will be May 21st. The following were visitors at our of the unusual sort produced by school Friday morning Miss Beitie W. Burnside, Mrs. J no M. Farra, Mrs. KaufTman, Miss Bessie R. Sanders, Miss Leota Ray, Mrs. W, R. Cook. On account of the teachers helping Your consideration and patronage will be appreciated. the Seniors on their play ("The Merchant of Venice which will be given during the commencement week May, they will not v,C&-fc.u&3Jm m have any more Friday morning exercises. The spelling match was very well attended Friday night. After several hi tn beautiful solos by Miss Daniels, the fil captains who were Messrs R. I. Elkin C" BY MRS. B. C. ROSE, Of Bkyantsvill, Ky. and R. T. Embry began "Choosing Up", The prizes were won by the following taEEHE8SEEBBESESE8ESH9BSESBSE8ESESEE Mr. L. M. Grant won the ?5.00 bill. Miss Eliza Smith the 2.50 and Miss FRENCH DRESSING. Patsy Kinnaird the $1.00 bill. Mrs. R. 1 cupof Vinegar, if very stong one-hasup of water. L. Elkin and Prof. Hacker served as cup with one-hathe Referes and Dr. J. A. Amon "gave Two-thirout" the words. $15 was realized. cup of sugar. The two seniors Air. Lucian Grant and Miss Patsy Kinnaird who won two 2 tablespoons of flour. of the prizes Friday night are brilliant 1 leavel teaspoon mustard. pupils and are pupils of Miss Robin- J YOU'LL FIND IT IH THIS COLUMN. .J Seed corn and eed oats for cash ai Garrard Milling Co low prices. If you want Seed Oats, Seed Corn Corn to Feed, see Garrard Milling Vc t Lost: On or near public squnn breast pin, resembling bunch of violet; Reward. Mrs. Mattie Duncan Brown Legborn MIDSUMMER HATS. tf ggs for sale. 50c a setting, Earl Farra, Lancaster Ky I Phono 105. 9fiss flella Jirnold. Jf Plants: Plants: Planls. We have them. All varieties of W. B. Ball ") htw-ifSji- favorite Recipes We - Known Women I u per cent loans may be secured fcr improvement or other purposts, on farms, orchard lands, business or reti dent property and to extend or repay mortgages or other existing encum brances, terms attractive, spetial op tions. Correspondence solicited, ad dress 7t7 Gas & Electric Building Denver, Colorado. FOR SALL Put Single comb Rhode Island Red lets, nice ones. Apply thi3 office. It. lf lf MICE. AI! persons having claims against Intestate of Zack Elkin, Si. will present same tr me properly proven on or be fore April 27. 1013. R. L. Elkin, Executor. Mix sugar, flour and mustard, stir in boiling vinegar and afterwards to son room. prevent burning. .injgwyivu f. rVTTT"TTnyiT Since the the erection of our new school building, every precaution has been taken to keep down any kind of disease which mav arise, and also to see that our school ranks among the liighex' and very best of schools of Mr. Caneer is looking Kentuckx. after the welfare of the school, as well as the pupils. He sees to it that our building, which sits upon the most beautiful spot in Garrard county is carefully looked after The rooms have plenty of good sun light and we have an air ventilator in each room, perfectly com which makes it fortably at all times, winter or summer, ine rooms anu halls are thoroughly disinfected each week. We have steam heat, and cedar and sanitary desks, hats and cloak hangers two sanitary drinking fountains, one on the first floor and another on the sec ond floor, two sanitary lunch rooms, one for the boys and one for the girls, School begins at 8:15 and at 10 o'clock we have our first rece?s for fifteen minutes We are dismissed from 12 to Work then be12:45 for dinnerperiod. gins at 12:45 and are dismissed at 2:42 for the day. There has been less sick-eethis year than for many years. The school as a whole has not missed one day on sccount of sickness and it is due to our new and sanitary school building. All these conditions make the Lancaster High School sanitary and ss BANK STOCK AT PUBLIC u. i i yitSiijiiftfftftfqHA To The People Who J&tlgt',8g3'SH mm. iftyrL - ViVltrtf II Anticipate Building ?k tiifxi:i:ii n..M i tfi-iis- ; .. 1,73 m- - i)s& l'-. have made arrangements with our mills for We rra .t??zm? -- V lCrlzfy 'jVr-K- w ANN these special bills and can give prompt service. $1.80 per hundred We are making the special price of We are also F. 0. B. cars Lancaster. i &ce ts no mmutute iot Royal Ba&iagFw-de- t m&kkng ike Best cake9 biscuit and pa,si$j Royal is Pute &n& the edly hiking pwde$ A ?? 4 fl A Afe-solcst- ely i I m making a specialty on painted and galvanized roofing. Don't fail to see us when in need of lumber or, roofing. 8&a&e hm Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. As Executor of the will of Zack Elkin, Sr.. 1 will sell to the highest bidder on Monday. April 27, 1014. at II o'clock A. M. in front of the Court House door in Lancaster Ky., ten Some time I'll wake I know not when, share3 of stock in the Garrard Bank & 1 only know God will be there. Trust Company, term cash in hand. And He will give to me a place, K. L. Elkin, And I'll still show his love and grace Executor of the Will of Zack Elkin, Sr. Relieved of all that hindered here, I'll fill a nobler broader sphere. Then do not weep but wear a smile. ASSIGNEES NOTICE. I've just lain down to rest awhile." The Undersigned Garrard Bank anil Trust Company as assignee of H. T. HARRIS. Logan hereby notifies all the creditors of said II. T. Logan that it will on the years of age 8 day of May 1914 receive Mrs. Susan Harris, claims and long a native of Lincoln county, against the said estate of said Logan died Wednesday at the home of her at the office of the Garrard Band son Capt, Sam Harris, and will be and Trust Company in Lancaster, Ky., buried Friday afternoon at three o'clock and will continue its sittings for a perin Buffalo cemetery. She is survived iod of 20 days, said claims to be preby four children, Capt. Sam Harris, sented to said Assignee properly proven Mrs. Bettie Bush, Mrs. Ann Engleman Any creditor failing to present at the and Mrs. E. P. Woods. time stated or within 3 months there after his claim properly proven to said assignee, shall be deemed to have waivFOR SALE. ed Lis right to any part of the assigned Single comb Rhode Island Red Pul- estate, this April 1G 1914. lets, nice ones. Apply this office. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. Assignee, H. T. Logan. It. 8-- Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday April 23, 1914. Copper King, 4582. This handsome and royally bred saddle stallion will make the season my place; one mile north of Bryantsville, on Lexington pike at John Morgan, Jr., at 3705. MI-O-N- A FIRST AID TO A Good Jack, and a Stud Pony to make the season ta SICK STOMACHS Hyattsville, at $8.00 for Horse Mule, $10.00 Mare Mule and Copper King is a chestnut sorrel, with star and three white feet and was foaled John Morgan, Jr., was sired by John Morgan, he by Marmaduke and out in 1910. He is Itv Lord Highland 2799. Dam Dwight Cora, 1458. by Forrest of an imported Jennet. Will also stand two more good Jacks. One 5 years old and one 6 years old at Denmark, 163, he by Mambrino Forrest, he by Ned Forrest Jr. Lord Denmark, by Highland Denmark, by Black Squirrel, by Black Eagle 74. Lord Highland $8.00 FOR HORSE MULE AND $10.00 FOR MARE MULE. dam, Mrs. Culvers 3711, by Harrison Chief. 1G0G, by Clark Chief. Copper King These Jacks are both by John Morgan, Jr. 3705. 1st dam Kentucky Best, besides being royally bred, is a fine individual, perfect in conformation, style registered No. 2G54. and action. At the same time and place I will stand tnv fodel 5 yearold jack. $15.00 To Insure A Living Colt. $10.00 for Jennet. COMBINED STALLION. will make the season of 1914 at my barn at Black Jim h 15 hands high, with good bone, bead and ears and a good A LIVING breeder. 1 consider him the best jack in county. This jack is subject to reg ister and his pedigree can be furnished at the barn. He is 5 years old, 1G hands high, black and is sired by Ky. Peavine, 2889, he by A lien will be retained on all colts until the season is paid. Care will be Rex Peavine 179G, he by Rex McDonald 833. His dam Black Dave by Stonetaken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. wall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark and he by Imp. Hedgeford. He holds a high head and tail, has good action and as much style as old Peavine and has proven himself to be a good breeder. A lien will be retained on all colts to secure the payment of season. Will use every means to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. At $10.00 to Insure A Living Colt. BLACK JIM. Squirrel Peavine $10.00 TO INSURE COLT. R M. 53-R. Moss, . Bryantsville Phone Bryantsville, Ky. Distress after eating, belching of gas and undigested food, that lump of lead feeling in the stomach, sick headache, and biliousness indicate dyspepsia. Now at once is the time to remove the cause and stop the distress. a is the remedy. Surely get a g box of these tablets from R. E. McRoberts today. Besides a quickly stopping the distress soothes the irritated walls of the stomach and strengthens the gastric glands so that they pour out their daily supply of digestive materials your food is promptly digested and assimilated, the entire system is properly nourished you feel strong, energetic and perfectly well. is not an experiment is not a cure-a- ll it's a scientific remedy recommended only for indigestion distress and stomachs. These health-givin- g and harmless tablets are a household remedy keep them handy whether at home or traveling. health-restorinMi-o-er TINKER'S RETREAT. S. H. ALDRIDGE. Proprintor. Kentucky. OLD BLACK JOE. This Jack is 3 years old 15 hands high not up on stilts, but stout built good body and bone. He is by Old Hugger, the Jack the Burton's stood, and'has as many good mules to his credit, as any Jack in the county. The dam of this Jack is John Morgan bred, and traces back to such famous sires as Beecher Prime Minister and Joe Blackburn. A beautiful black and white spottej pony, 51 inches high, good style and action, is sired by Sam Cecils's pony who has as many blue ribbons to his credit as any. pony in Boyle county. His dam is an extra good pony mare and he certainly shows good breeding. They will stand at A lien will be retained on all colts until season money is paid and the sea- M SILVE ' R SILK. $8.00 Each To Insure A Living Colt. Care taken son is due from the man who bred' the mare, if soldor parted with. to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Registered Hampshire Hogs for Sale at All Times. J MM fladison Peavine 3405 Will make the season of 1914 place on Lexington pike at Phone 338-G- . T. O .HILJL, McCREARY. Buckeye, Ky. at my EiV ' y-i'.i rr H Mr. Roy Prather visited Mr. and Mrs W. H. Beazley. Miss Leota Ray has been at Lancas ? $10.00 To Insure A Living Colt. Duke of 1 eomark, Jr. ter with friends. Mr. Adolph Beazley visited Mr. Miley Beazley recently. Miss Her Hill was the attractive guest of Miss MarvKurtz Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill visited Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bradshaw Sunday. Bro. Warren will preach at Antioch Sunday night, you are cordially invited. ftirs. nattie Koyas and daughter iMns Ruth are visiting friends at Lancaster. Miss Bessie Sanders has been the at tractive guest of Misses Leota and Rosa Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Hill and beauti ful little daughter Stella visited Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bradshaw. Mr. and Mrs. Stoney Sebastian and Miss Gracie Sebastian are visiting Mrs. Lawrence, and Mrs. Lucious King. RHEUMA WILL STOP URIC ACD DEPOSIT Madison I'eavine, is a beautiful chest nut with star and left hind foot white. He is royally bred, being bv Kentucky PEDIGREE-Du- ke of Denmark, Jr., by Duke of Garrard, he by the old Duke of Denmark. First dam of Duke of Garrard, the House mare, she sired by old Black Squirrel. First dam of Duke of Denmark, Jr. Anne Bell by Wallace Denmark, and out of Lady Morgan, by old Stonewall Jackson. I The Duke is a beautiful rich red bay stallion, 10 years old and has proven My Jacks are fine individuals and their breeding can be furnished you at to be a sure foal producer and a fins breeder of combined horses. See him my barn. Lien retained on all colts for season money. Season due when mare you breed. is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accident but not responsible Lein retained on all colts for season money. Care taken to prevent ac should any occur. cidents but not responsible should any occur. I'eavine and he bv Ilex 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 This richly bred Saddle Stallion will make the season of 1914 at my stable, on the Buckeye pike, about 2 miles from Lancaster, Ky., at the low price of Alexander Stamp, 12696. Foaled April 12. 1900", bay blaze and three white feet, sired by William Stamp, Dam Sally Hamilton, 1242G. This is an awful good breeding Clyde breeds, good form, broad and close to ground. Just the horse to get work and brood mares from. 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 as our horses are too small as a rule for work or good mule mares. This horse has proven as sure as any horse I ever kept for service. 97-10-. $8.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. $ 0.00 Each to Insure a Living Colt. be-fo- Wm. LEAR, Lancaster, Ky. These Jacks were bred in Nelson County, Kentucky, and by what was known as the Bivion Jack, considered by all who know him to be as great as the "Hsman Sewers" Restored. Unprecedented Record For a Young Sire the greatest. He was 1G hands high. Dam of older Jack was by Governor Phe Kidneys, Bowels and Skin are Wood, a great one. I guarantee satisfaction when your colt comes. Above Season 1914 at Bellevue Stock Farm, I offer for public service the "human sewers" which carry off stock will make the season of 1914 at Butna Vista, Ky. A lien retained on all the impurities in the blood. When colts for season money. For further information apply to The only real proof of the individuality and soundness of the stallion is these are clogged Uric Acid sediment the .ihow riug. It gives Melrose Farm great pleasure to again offer the serlodges in the muscles and joints and n vices of the horses. Thistle Doune, winning race record 2:09 Rheumatism follows. RHEUMA. the on the grand circuit and winner of the champion roadster stallion class at Foaled 1905 great remedy for all forms of the the Kentucky State Fair, 1913, and Chimewood. 2:19 4 considered by many To Insure A Living Foal. At disease, checks the deposit of the handsomest trotting stallion in the world, winner of the trotting bred KENTUCKY'S CHOICE 37G5, Sire My Own Kentucky, by Chester Dare 10. Uric Acid. stallion class at the Kentucky Fair, 1913. "I suffered from Rheumatism for 1st dam, Little Kata 5821, by Prince of Denmark 425. Haldy McGregor who recently sold for $40,000.00 in Europe and six years Tried different doctors, 2nd dam, bv Jupiter son of Commodore. Lassie McGregor, who recently sold for $10,000.00 in this country, are a with no relijf. I have taken three 3rd dam, bv Stump, the Dealer 92. brother and sister of Thistle Doune 2;09 who is himself the sire of Zuli-k- a 1910 show record, 35 first including 8 championships. 1911 show record, 41 bottles of RHEUMA aud am entirely 2 20 and Madora Doune (2). 2;2G and who has a large number of colls in training in the hands of Kentucky's famous reinsman. Ben Ken- first including 15 championships and 2 grand championships. 1912 only made 20 free from the disease." P. W. Miller, nedy and it is confidently expected that a number will race to fast records shows, winning 1G firsts, including 3 champions, 3 seconds and 1 fourth. 1913 Catawissa, Pa. a., iucnooeris win return your thiSjVear. shown 10 times, winning 10 firsts. Has won first for the past three years at Uhimewoua has Ihe destinction of being more sought after by Govern-in- Lexington in breedinsr and herd classes. He won first in 1912 and 1913 at Ken money if it fails; 50 cents a bottle. i ( .oinmission than anv stallion in Ameiica, and they offered the largest tucky State Fair in the class for best stallion in service, defeating in 1913 his c3,03(i.O) cash, they offered for any stallion, which was refused. uric full brother, Kentucky's Beat. Kentucky's Choice has headed the winning herd CRAB ORCHARD. TEUA'b are Thistle Dounte. $33.00 to insnie; Chimewood, $25.00 to in- at the Kentucky State Fair for the past two years. He is today America's sure M ires kept on glass at owner's risk. greatest Saddle Stallion, not as a matter of opinion but as a demonstrated fact. Mrs. Emma Farris is with friends in I' or further information and extended breeding and descriptive cata-- , Sire of Imperator et Rex. which sold at 15 months for S1500, again before two ' Junction City. logue id i i ess. years old for .$3900, the highest price ever paid for a Saddle-bre- d colt of the Mrs. Nancy A. McClure is with Mrs. same age. Sire of Richard de Lion, won more prizes than any yearling out Goode Local and long distance in Stanford. J 5 CECIL, DANVILLE, KY. last sean. A 1914 foal, dam Edna Mae, has just been sold for $1500 to Mat phone 128. The Misses Hilton of Stanford are ' S. Cohen and James Gay. This colt to be dehered in October. j At the Danville Fair. Kentucky's Choice and hi3 get won the class for the visiting their aunt Mrs J. Thomas best horse and live of his colts, Kentucky's Choice colts won every first prize Cheirv. Stephenson Dozier is in Stanford for 'given for Saddle-bresucklings at both the Danville and Stanford Fairs, includ- Blue Grass and a few days with his aunt Miss Pattie ing stakes at both places and were hign up in the ribbons at the Record 2 29 . . Trial 2:14 3A . btate r airs, the onry other places where shown. Wares pastured at ii.w per Stephenson. I.month, grain fed at S2.50 perweek. Ship mares to me Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 V. at Danville over the Mc, Jeff Steinberger is home with O., to Parksville over the L. & X. All mares will receive j his family for a few days. He is at Southern and C.-IS i own Stallion, about 13J hand', foaled 193o. Trotter. my personal attention and all care taken to prevent accidents but not responsi- work in Eubanks. Standard Registered Vol. 18. . ' ble should any occur. For further particulars, address Mrs. Hannah bteger is doing nicely ' (,. Go, dain-sollirt Nisht 2s.fin-and her physician has promised to Jet Mri- of i .Voimiltiv JOE McDOWELL, Agt., Danville, Ky. her sit up in a couple of weeks. , a ItrooL V.c.n lisM I'.rteiitlk'iit l:MUinn2;.. 10 Wilt, siuu :rciit ISrood Men i i".yliiirk in',. I sais'f. luifc etc. lljllv We have for pale some nice two years old and yearlings in both Stallions Alisses Mae and Stelia Campbell 'd. !I:irrj rin 1'i.JSj1;, lli23H'4. This rnvnl lirprl .InfL-- will mnlr th coien t . ,inA. ?ifk ru r ttiiiKlia) ?:7'a. Jli'nintv i Jciui) CU) . n i. uiiin. oi . and Fillies, s'red by Kentucky's Choice, out of dams by such sires as Chester Danville returned home Saturday flMjidWrtS'mu1lW l:rr.,L ( Norumj.l lti'll tdriu. i.inina OriMt liroo jtiaro for mare mule, $20.00 for jennet colt. $J0.0O for Jack eolt $tp Zarriur Itj Xornooil bii. Dare 10, Rex Peavine, Highland Denmark. Chief and Dignity Dare. a pleasant visit with Mrs. Henry Camp Chief Napoleon is by Hill Napoleon, ' 3rd, No. 370G, 1st. Dam. Kys Best. 2G5J. T'i. A few select brood mare in foal to Kentucky Choice. . !)AfO!l Wlil.e, 47. i:lv. i m. etc bell. by John Morgan, Sr, 1954. 2nd. Dam Joe Blackburn 1451, by Dai.-Mri-o- f IV. 11 in 2:10. tU. 1215. I (if ltrviiilA Yore ( (Jiifva Ktliel t Mrs. Grove and son David Burdette Hill Napoleon 3rd. by Baughman Napoleon, 2nd. he bv Napoleon 17CH!. he by ' loo. . f 2ail4. I'trno ;:u.V, l:j Mrntlnnorc ION. of Somerset are with lier histers Mrs old Napoleon, 143G. Hill Napoleon dam Missouri Queen, by Senator Beck 2149, I.t.Ij "I'm til Itlvurl.irWant tilt Kxthi- Bello It) :0'iJ4. Slum oi hump 'hiCL. 3S.IJJ-- I Silver Silk tit i'.'i Reuben Bronaugh, and Mrs. Sam Tat-e- by Daniel Boone 145G. I consider this the best young Jack I ever owned. He fJJ; ut r.1 a iiiir I Ilouriso t3 i:B7' Itrool.1 I i!i.ej :.,umo...1 rCOO i.il.'4 tn Sll-i- it K. "l IW ,. etc for a short visit. has served only two jennets and both are with foal. He is 15 hands high.black i lletu CihjI .. 1- 'Mroiif carl like Fruit trees are bending beneath their with white points. MMcr to Si!i;nt Cliy. null Ily Hum CInv 4.1 liriiiUJa;. Kedrtferin I will also stand another fine Jack load of bloom, and today the clouds are Dnm (if SiliMit HronV t)2nr.i. nun i.iiiy ;ia Ileddii-ClaJjiii n nueJ-Ji'- ' threatening to send down snowy gloom. It's been so warm and balmy folks felt xlent Bioo'c liW.t. 2:lGi, sire of Billy Burl: 2:0.51, Meadow Brook 2:0Gi, At for Horse Mule and $9. for Mare Mule. like shedding clothes, but today is bleak ShawtiK.) 2:071. Zarrine 2:07. Betty Brook 2:0DJ. Emma Brook 2:093. Lady! and stormy pinching, fingers and nose, He is 15J hands high, black with white points and a fine individual He was BcL'nrook 2:10. Butter ISrpok Silent Brigade (2) 2:10J, Margaret Bathgate and this is Kentucky climate. sired by John Morgan 2705, (T. O. Hill's champion Jack) Dam ICannie B..2653. U) 2 1H, etc SiieJ dam of Chatty Direct (J) 2:07, etc. His dam, Jenny i The entertainment given at the by Old Beecher, the greatest breeding Jack of hi.--, time. C!nv, tso Keddic Clay 2:211. and was grandam of Prue 2:2U. Springs Friday night was decidedly the .11 i 2 1457. Mre of Fereno 2:031 (winner Kentucky Futurity), Brenda' Sire Re:: Peavine 1 796, Dam Lucy Wells j. best play given here by local talent in I VorUe i!) Hx (Futurity winner,) t".) 2;01J. Native Belle (2) 2:"7v (Futurity many years. Cach one did bo well we filly) Manrico (:!) 2:071 (Futurity wi.i-- 1 wiim r.) (!) 2:01 (champion would like to give them individual menChampion Sire of the World. Go to the records, Kentucky's finest Saddle Stallion will ur). . iv.-- r S.Ik (I) 2;0-- i, Susie N. (3) 2:091 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10 tion if possible About twenty five Mob. I 2 in2.101. Momaster 2:11. Siliko (J) 2:11 (Futurity winner) make the season at my stable, one of Brouhead's citizens witnessed it, "V S cl (Ifrai of Tiie Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion). Vito () ' mile East of McCreary and six miles also manv from Stanford, Lancaster, lon't take any body's word. . ' .'09-Mai Uia Tipton 2:(ri. o'Neil (3 2:1L'J. etc Brother t- - Bumps 2:03J, Mt. Vernon and l'reacher.sville. About Ej3t of Lancaster at the very low price ,d$flll5SS!liii ' Baton I) J 10. etc fifty dollars was made, which goes to wm MSUmfEs of Bleuclier Ifil.'W, record trial mile 2:1 J. half in 1:045, last quarter in' !T ii the Christian church. Mrs. Caltlia New &HWjszkig&:ga$ii !2 second.-.- , is a hamlsiirac seal brown horse, and will weigh Uo0 pounds. no' land and Mrs. Dai3y Hunt who got up to Insure a Living Colt the play deserve much credit for the 4reatu mem Dies ins goou sire fcilent Brook an.J is. out of t'lavo, by the gieat Futurity sir. Moko A grand combination of two of the best race hor.-'- e faini-iHe is a rich chestnut in color, abeut .success met with, and have been un-of the present dy. He being a real race hore h.mself, having hail very; tiring in their efforts to assist the AND A GOOD ONE T"i-- It! ImncLi Inch nnil fjhs about 1.280 utile training and most of that bv an amateur. !t certainly looks like thi3 j Yi, 73 church. til fine mane ant! tail ami vi!I win his' tiort i o. 'ira-i- Circuit cilib.r. and if giren half :i chance h f flic iirmey sure. Ii ! - i--r t ; 53is- - t eaty of bone and substa.ice, with tots t'.MMOHHR. is a perfect type of a road horse, goou gas tod with perfect of natural style. He has racked quarters in forty seconds and steled icst , He has an undefeated record in the Stal-"lo- n Mrs no b.ioU or weighu tmnii as fast in harness, both in trot ant! pace. He is bred in th iiurpie, being by 38 .o;.-- l ;ishf 1913, aiHl is concedes by good judges to bo the best road' the great Dorsey Gold Dust, 12052. He is a full brother to Estelle. by Zicalda " nor. i jui this year. Gold Dust, 4100, he by Gold Dust 150, he by Vermont Morgan, he by Justin . ,,, i i i., ,;uini "jiiin (,u;my ior vjarraru ana auioimng counues lo urceu inMorgan, he by old Comet Morgan. 1st dam Peavine S5, by Young Diamond, he KENTUCKY. to lb tiest f.iiiiilii'F. of the trotting blood. Look thi- - horse's breeding over and McKINNEY, by Diamond Denmark, he by Washington Denmark. He has proven himself a see liow many they have in the !i3t both sire and dam. champion breeder and has shown some of the best colts in Central Kentucky, e hare haa so many Inquiries lately Tin great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1914 at my stable in filling fast. reeardlnsr Eczema and other skin dis- ranging in price from 125.00 to 150.00 as weanlings. Hi3 books eases, that we are glad to make our Visitors are welcome at all times. Lan;a.ster, Kentucky, at. answer public. After careful investisa- I retain a lien on all colts until season money i3 paid. Mares transferred To Insure A Living Colt. O" Winterereen, compounded or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance and must be paid at once. Care taken to f D. D. f D. Prescription,ascan be relied upon. V, e would not make this state-I tin prepared lo take care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Phone 3tJ-Lien re,t,,our Patrons, friends and neigh-;?.- ? Money due when mare is traded or parted with. we were sure of it and tained on colts for service fee. although there are many zema remedies sold, we ourselves EcCare taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. unhesitatingly D. D. D Winner on the Track and In the Show Ring Against the Best in the Land. well-know-4 61arence Beazley Kentucky's $75.00 at same time and place stand Two Black Jacks. 15 and 15$ hands, standard, as much bone, foot, head and ear as Kentucky affords with I will also $12.00 TO INSURE. at the above stock before breeding. lots of weight,both sound and prompt. Look Rheumatic Complications Checked and Jacks Stand at $10.00 To Insure. Choice 3765. G. H. RUBLE, Agent tir-rib- le SEASON 1914. 2.-0- 3-- 4, 1- -1, 3-- 4, c ei H j j BLEUCHER 46158. , d - CHIEF NAPOLEON, No. 5107. . y, 1 iai Ch-ste- , I'-'- Ji-.- im 1914 1954- y 1 j h J 'EAVINB 409: $6. Beecher Morgan. ! 6404 m Dust, Mo-hest- 4sem fee 40 to Irisare hivma Colt --- MwrmmmBm -- &$ n $10. w c..CxZAi fr . ii-- ,,,... R. S, ! sc M EeMia? a-- e $20.00 LET US PRINT YOUR W. B. BURTON, TELEPHONE No. 95. LANCASTER. KY. Horse Qards P' for you while in town Monday, D.op Into our store today, just talk over the merits or this wonderfulto Prescription. Walker Bradshaw, all R. E. McKoberts Mccreary, Jacks - Jennets for sale at Kentucky. Horses, and times. The Central Record, Thursday April 23, 1914. STANFORD. TrTTTTffirrfTji Page 7 Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has hcen in use lor over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has hcen made under his per- yj0jrj&f-f- sonal supervision since its infancy. Vc?r UcUM Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " arc hut Experiments that trille with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. (s Just-as-goo- d" Casforia is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric. Urops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other itnrcotie Mib.xtanec. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys AVorms and allays Fuvcri.shncss. For more than thirty it lias been In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrheca. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, as.siuiilatcs the Food, giving healthy and natural bleep. The Children's Panacea The Friend. hat Is CASTOR A SENILE CASTOR1A Bears the Signature of ALWAYS lit Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought SEmeisaa g jWff TME CENTAUR COMFA.NV. NEW YORK CITV. mMsaBEgm&smj y 4K rr f i. 11 . "c" nimr wt never vftdrp,racK,KOT,L.uri or Durn- - a? wuuu jujntjiti jgy lt& Sw "Si. iij ''HI. J M i J MMKUcj "Ck 9 Trmr:nrr3T.'t rGL 1 iX . "A. roof withThey can be laid right over an old out dirt or bother, and they make it stormproof and fireproof. 5 They're inexpensive. For particulars address wood-shingle Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Rcofing Company, 50 North 23rd Street, Philadelphia. rsrjri?jirrm.irr'r'iinf&t-miirirSPECIAL TRAJP1 EXCURSION a I PI i g leaes International Harvester Manure Spreaders I $r crops of 1912, also Reids YelBright Sutton, of New Mexico is visit low Dent crop of 1013 which ing his aunt. Mrs W. H. Underwood Bargains In Real Estate. has been carefully hand picked Purchasers get the benefit of our 10 and other relatives in the Hubble sec- -' as well as all other farm Seeds. tion. This is Mr Sutton's first trip years experience in the business. Write for samples and prices. back to Lincoln since he left here fif. Look for other bargains listed in next . issue. Owners of farais who want to teen years ago W. BUSH NELSON, Mrs J. S, Baughman and daughter, ' se" shouId spe us at once. Lexington, Ky. rio4ii 1,1 acres, highly improved. Eddie Bruce. Mrs Will Bauehman. Mrs near ueP01. on P'Ke i miles Irom Lan-MW. Clark and mother, Mrs Milwee, R J. Hound Ro"- Waltpr G. Smith and Miss Emma caster, $3,000. Trip Trip 1 Hays went to Lexington last week to j No 473- - Ai acres. 3J miles from ' Lancaster. $3,000. see "Joseph and His Brethren." 1CG No 'J74- a"es' 5 miIes from School Board has elect- - . SPECIAL TKftlN 1 edThe Stanford Wilson town, per acre, ou. as SuperintendProf W. C. No 475. CO acres, good land, brick It has the only rail coatinuci!3 ent of the city schools for the next ,flC3tf1il,..au .1 ImlmJ fnn. .nh BYY i ear, which is good news to the patrons io door opening. Hoops made of tested sticl. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. of the school. Prof. Wilson has done v - 10a .,n.-inn.i .u Hoops can be adjusted from ladsplendid work since he has been in improved, 4 miles out close to pike, der front door frame. charge of the schools. per acre, $75. Doors made of California RedMrs. James Gooch died at her home No 477. ISO acres on pike 2i miles wood. "The Wood Eternal." H&S& The location of our factory sives us in the West End of this county last out, per acre, $100. lowest freight from mi!I to factory. rd from facweek, after a short illness. The de No 47S. 171 acres on Lexington pike tory to you. Get a better Sih and Suvc 1t.c1.e3 by writing us for catalcs and prices. ceased was a devout member of the per acre. $135. LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. No 47U. 250 acres of fine land. 2 Baptist church. She is survived bv her tlncorporated) LCUISVILIE ST. aged husband, and children, Mrs. Fred miles of good town, can be divided into .0.SUticoF. Jones, Mrs. Woodie Jones, Mr. Thomas two farms, per acre, $?0. ' Gooch, of McKinney and Mrs. A. C. No 480. 150 acres of first class land Alford of Danville. The burial took on pike 3 miles from Bryantsville, per acre, $90. place at the McKinney cemetery. ' No 481. 97A acres, l miles from j town, per acre, $125. No 182. 170 acres, on pike, 5 miles j from County seat, brick residence, up to date barns, per acre, ?120. ino iba. 31U acres oi good land, on Of BOURBON POULTRY CUSE pike, near Liuena Vista good improvedown a chick's throat cares ments per acre $55. gapes. A few drops la ths drinking water cures and No 484. 243 acres', on peke, 1 miles 5 should be "nipped in Ihs rrevents cholera, diarrhoea ' from town, per acre, $75. and other chick dHea-.!"- . y bud", fcr if allowed to run Ore 50c bottle ra.il.es i pallon-- . of No 485. 61 acres, in 2 miles of town, J& & Ttedii-Inunchecked, serious results! At all araRgists. l HlB-- i. unimproved, per icre, $90. irapic ana twoKie: on may follow. Numerous Fowls" sent FKK". No 4Su. 20C acres of uov.l land in f"WSiL cases of consumption, pneu- ys&Lyfrt Bcuibon Remedy Co. Unzpjl, It . high state of cultivation, irood im monia, and -- 'her fatal dis provements, 21 miles from town, per :od back to I; eases, can I. acre $125, or 105 acres ot it at $135, a cold. At the first sign of a per acre. cold, protect yourself by Ill No 489. 161 acres on pike & miles thoroughly cleansing your from town per acre, $85. doses oi system with a few No 488. 60 aeres on pike 3 miles out BHIHBbbbbbbsiuSSSssbbisbbisbiS ' well improved. 5135. following points in the K C Line The I IHEDFORD'S T OOK for the No 489. 54J acres well improved, on GRAIN AND HAT mnnnrftsnreadervoubuv I. Cor- MACHINES pike, possession, $55rt0. Guar-Reinfoil3 JdMnokHHosWistB Kccn. Reapers rect, efficient, well - testeddesign. 2. No 490. 136J acres, on pike, near assss'Wlr'TTTt Header, glowers BLACK-DRAUG- HT alE'gitt: first-cla-ss materials. 3. Rakes, Stackers antee of Bryantsville, 3 houses, main dwelling Hay Loaders The Silo That ing of parts where strains usually come, 4. Strength Har Press new with 8 rooms, modern and up to nf rart5 where occasional strains come. 5. Weanng CORN liACHIKES Gives date, water works, gas lights. 2 tobacfinalities and Drotection of driving parts. 6. Repu Plaaten, Pickcri Biaden. Ccltiratsri tation of manufacturer, insuring efficient repair co barns, price, $12,000. Satisfaction Essilag e Csttert service. Satisfied American farmers find these essen5teDen. SLredden No 491. 185 acres of high class land, TILLAGE H tials in International manure spreaders. Has the famous doors 2 miles out. 2 large tobacco barns, per Per. International spreaders have, besides, many featthat swing on hinges snd 0k Harrows the old reliable, vegetable acre, $120. ures that giew out of long field experience. Study Csltiratori convenient to oper- liver powder. GENERAL UNE the steel construction in frame, wheels, and driving No 492. 100 acres of tobacco land, per03 asd Gu Enxines beater; the differwot iStllir I ate keeps silage andmechanism; the Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, o Oil Tractors highly improved, near Buckeye, on vnTvtiilJiW16"17, win,er entials in rear ailes, insuring even spreading while Massre Spreaders Madison Heights, Va., says: pike, per acre, $125. turning corners; the reversible worm and gear; low, Cream Scparalon suuiuicu a "I have been using Thed Farm easily-loadebox; and many others. No 493. 3l acres unimproved. 6 . Motor Tracks Write for our oiler and for ford's all styles and sizes, International spreaders are of Tsreakera miles of 3 county seats, on two pikes, Silo Book Mailed Free Grais Drills high and low, endless and reverse apron. Write for stomach troubles, indigesclose to churches and school, splendid Feed Grinders catalogues, and when we send them we illustrated tion, and colds, and find ittc Also tret offer on the Lansing Silo and ttsHoGruderl building sites, can sell this in small will tell you where you may see the spreaders. Kaierliriss the light ruonins. SUberzaba Silage be the very best medicine lots or as a whole, will price to suit Cotter. ever used. It makes an old purchaser and on easy terms. man feel like a young one." of America International Harvester Company No 494. Several pieces of splendid Silo Co. Insist on Thedford's, the Ilacorsor&tedJ city property for sale. E-Incorporated orieinal and genuine. Ind. New Albany For further particulars write or call OiWne FItao Qtapioa Detras; JfcConmck Elwubte Lexington, Kentucky on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real estate men. Lancaster, Ky. SNGKRiSUATl! Sands?., May 10th. AND RETU RU The Mozart Club will give their first Cleans Out the The Way ROOT Juice recital Friday afternoon. Mrs. J. S, Owsley has returned after Blood and Builds Up the System Is a visit to relatives at Franklin. Surely a Wonder; Guaranteed. Capt. T. A. Elkin and Miss Sallie Elkin, of Lancaster, were here recently Miss Myrtle Brown, of Parksvilla is the attractive guest of Mrs Edward Davis. Mr and Mrs R. E. Horton spent Sunday in Waynesburg with relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Claude Bibb and baby, of London, are here visiting relatives and friends. Mrs Belle Perkins has returned home after a visit to her daughcer.Mrs Cleve land Hose, of Lancaster. C. B. Crawford, of Louisville, who represents the Keutucky Central Life "That ROOT JUICE Has Certainly Made a Wonderful Change in Insurance Co., is here this week. Me." Miss Lizzie Beazley who has been "Glory! I've only taken that ROOT visiting her sister, Mrs P. C. Sandidge JUICE a week and feel like a new at Milledgeville has returned home. person already. It beats anything I Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Wortham, of ever saw for giving the blood and th'e spring Corbin, were the guests of her parents, entire body a cleaning and toning up." Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gover last week. That's Mrs E. T. Beazley and little daugh- - what everybody says, and no wonder, ter, of Shelby City, were the guests T!e action of ROOT JUICE is just the of Misses Hazel and Maud Stone last action mar, everyuouy. young ana o i u, needs every spring. week Ai this time ot the year the hody is Mrs. Gilbert T. Grinstead and daugh all clogged up with an accumulation of ter Dorothy, of Richmond, have returnfilth and impurities that have been col ed home after a visit to Mrs. J. R. lecting all winter. The blood is thick, Harris. impure, and all the organs of the body Dr and Mrs M. M. Phillips, of Lexington are the guests of her parents, are half asleep. That accounts for the well known "faggedout," tired, lazy, Mr and Mrs C. A. Bedd at Crab Or- p e o- feeling chard. e call bpnng rever. I Jesse Mason, an energetic farmer of ROOT JUICE, a genuine blood this county and Miss Dora B. Gooch, cleanser and system builder, made were married at the home of Rev. Jos- from a new and scientific combination eph Ballou of roots, herbs, leaves and barks. It's Mr and Mrs James Bastin and chil- - safe, too, absolutely free from any indren, of Cleaton. are the guests of his jurious or g drugs, and as parents, Mr and Mrs Marton Bastin at a tonic for weak, debilitated Highland. people it beats anything that you ever Miss RertaJean Penny of the saw in all your life. of Music, of Cincinnrti. was It sharpens up the appetite, im' the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs proves digestion, stirs up the liver, G. L. Penny. gently regulates the bowels, tones up ' George Harris, of Birmingham Ala, the kidnevs. gives new force to the was here a short time Saturday on his nerves and strengthens, revitalizes For way to Lancaster to visit relatives and vigorates the whole system. folks it is simply a wonder. Fine for friends a few days. rheumatism, backache and stiff, sore i The first ball game of the season was joints. played here last Saturday afterrfoon be- And it works quickly. You don.t ' tween London and the Stanford High have to use a gallon of it and take it School team. The home team won 4 toO for six months to see results. You'll Winifred Duncan, one of the best see an improvement in a few days, feet democrats of Lincoln county, has been new pep and vim and "ginger and appointed to fill the vacancy at the you'll get up in the morning after a j postoffice, caused by W, A. Carson re- - good nlht-- s reste(lf rtfreshe(l an(1 signing. ready for anything. Try it. It's The Whitney Shows, a high class guaranteed and the druggist will give carnival company, is here and will re- you back your money if you want it main here all week. The attraction is after using the wtiole bottle. You take being put on in behalf of the Stanford no chances with ROOT JUICE. It's got to do the work or costs nothing. Fire Department. John Owsley Reid has returned home Be sure you get the genuine ROOT from Martinsville, Ind., where he has JUICE. Don't let any druggist palm ' been for several weeks for his health. oft" some imitation on you. There's He went to Louisville Saturday where nothing just as good and there's only he will probably undergo an operation. one genuine ROOT JUSCE. j 1 This Beats Any Spring Medicine You Ever Saw. by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when is entirely closed. Deafness is the result, It and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Take Hairs Family Tills for constipation. Deafness Cannot Be Cured L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. 0ii MHHIHIIH000000O0ClHM J av i: I Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. ooooeoeooaoo4aoooo 'J To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexing- Tlie Barber Shop Style ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & is on Richmond Street. Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. Get your Hair Cut to fit your Iiea d To Rowland & Stanford connecting Ve make a specialty of bickni.' at Rowland, L & N to all points South Children's Hair. No2S; 11:0-- a. in. HENRV DUNCftN, To Richmond, connecting with L & Richmond Street. N to Irvine & Beattvville. Lexington &. Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. Quickly relieves Rhenmstinn, Sore Jlni. No 70; 11:50 a. m. M cle, Neuralgia, Backsrlie, Headache and m all palas. our money back if it fail' to re- - m To Richmond, connecting with fast Iieve any ache In any part of the body inB M 1 train to Cincinnati. J'rlce SOe. At All Druggists. Free laiapl and circular tent ca roraeit. m H No 27; 2:09 p. m. BOURDON REMEDY COMPANY, To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Leilngton. Ki.Jp JsV342 East Main St.. Good Service Prices Right Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Phone . Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. Lancaster, - - Kentucky. GENTLEMEN for Prop. A. M. BOl 35-J-A- Auctioneer. 1. No 9: 8:12 p. m. To Stanford, connecting train to Bristol &. Atlanta. with fast iC ? 2 ,.4-- - pX SS-sw- L j 1 Kit-fi- n. Pryor, Surgeon ,1 Veterinary and Dentist. j Office at Kainey s Livery Stable &. Lancaster. -- - -- - Kentucky jjives his iistomprs the i best and .soundest that ! pete; nenry wattersor.t r- - , tv T7 . . I I j EMS An agent who delivers the best kind of indemnity in s ;. V. ' fcsw Morra', t .tit 0 2ru:lz:;tte Optici iti u GHrHntef il habit-formin- LOUISVILLE, KY. lict el. run-dow- ry !m$I.G0. price.). Club Breal-fas- t from 25c up ; noon day Lunch 50c: table dr hole Dinner, h in K n Also elaborate a lc carte service rxainsiceiirr open irom p.m.to lrH m. Orchestral and vecul rnus:c The Soutla most popular priced, modern 1 AI.o?.i:cIy aituatcd ?n tne ery heart ot the retail shopping ilmnctand i near all t! c theatres. Finest Cafe ii Louisville, with mo Jcrtlc f; the market, at the same price as many others which may not pnrveso sure in event of calamity, is in a position to attract, retain, and increase the business of his office Think it over and THE NEW Opposite Post Oilice Barber Shop Bath In Connection. . ROOM PRICES With running water and private toilet $1 per day With private bath 51.50 up to $3.00 per day Large sample rooms with private bath $2.50 to $3.50 per d7. You are cordially invited to mate tins 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. ROBERT B. JONES. Mansrer. ' . Seaie,Prop 11 f a r I IbfJfo W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Ofliee Phone 6. Office Citizens National Bank. Residence Phone 220 OrTice V Official Directory Of Garrard County. Otlice Homo oter j I have Boone County White and Red Cob CORN from the Circuit Jmlsc Hull. ('Muriel A lierilin. Commonwealth Attorney Hon. Eniinvt I'ur J ear. Circuit t'lerL William B. Mason. Master CnminNio!H'i W. II.Bronii. Trustee Jury Kuinl Ron). 1'. Kohiiidon. Ollicinl Court Monographer Mi3 d'le Shelby Mason. County Juclge '. A. ArnoM. County Attorney (!. C. Waller. Comity Cleric J. W. Hamilton. Coroner J, A. Jone-- . Sheriff C. A. Itohiu-o- n. ' ft.fii :o!.lpm :tl storme Orrig s'tore B. F. Phone bo. I--I- Waltkb DENTIST. :ti-i'iirr- . Ky ! Ii'!nty clerl Harry Tomliusoii. l)vuty ft.eriif bforge T. liallaril. SuperintenJaut oi school Mir; --'entile llig pips. J. PATRICK, Dentist, Kentucky Ttmlrs ? . NPJ? j!tgji Hrftia',(fLii rs K. B. Kay. I'epm Jailer Iiave Ko"S. bUier:sor of K:nl Cleveland llunri. rrtasurer J. V. Klinpre. -- Dae Sander-- . Paint Lick, Phone 229. ( ffi 8 to 12 a. m. ,.vw K. ... MAUIrtTi:ATKs'. .. A. J. X. Unite 1st. Disi. LosrflTi jyeTSOW SsSSa.m, II i'nr!.!i.-it- . t. II or eui'uatjq;.'. K. Benny ani . Whete A . Jolius. I r.,i m lichn .Inl.Dl,:. James CoMiron 4th. Hi-- Doctors Of Dental Surgery. OGice. cocsTY i:uai:ii SUBSCRIBE FOR , i & Th g $1.00 Per Year. wiium n GuUI Ui i j Thompt Aruolil. Jr. Ilfst. II. li McMnrtrj. 2nd. li-- t. O. J. lleudreii. .!rd. l)it. Thomas f. King, 4th. JNt. CITY OF UNCAaTKK. Mayor L. O. Uavid'on. City Jinme J. I', l'rather. City Attnrue J i:. Kr.l!nou. City Clerk F.(i. Hurt. City John M. Moir.i:. Cily Treasurer W. F. Champ. Chief l'oiice I.. K. Iierroii. COUXC1I.MEX Stormt Itaildi.iguvft Hurt ton' Fon.ii'ire siore - n:er LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. J A BEAZLEY lr runerai uireutu' 1 r--: , and Embaimei Office Phone 27. TarlirUrceory. W. M Zauone. Dr J A Anion. 31. U. llamiltua. Jam Cotton. W. O. Guodloe. Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER K I VJ vT-- Jk J. Strawberry Plants Fruitand Shade loses, Peorut Phlox, Etc. 1 e SJSX- "ms-ases- of ;??& rc- ihHI .ffliinsSSwJi TiTT1" Oil I lii'llt I H'lII 1 Jillll MlSii The undersigned hereby jrve warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful Ti est extent of the law. Hunters and Fishermen eapeeiaily take notice. P.. L. Eikin. G. W. Elan:. V Ed & N B Piice J. W Sweeney U". (!. Anderson John AI. Farra -s. J. H. & W. S. Weaver. G. L. Kelley. B. M. Lear S. C. Henderson, V. S. Embry A. J. Caddell, Airs. Pattie D. Gill. H. C. Arnold Everything for Orchard. Lawn ai i Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. Garden. W. B. Ray. S. L. Rich. We will add other names for 25 cents Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. cash. Shrubs, Asp.u;i' Phubarb, Grpt- County Court Days. H.F.Hillemneyer & Sons. Lexington. Kenttirkv. Nurserymen since 1841. Sprinr-Toot- I Mill! easily-removab- Wa.-.n- d Black-Draug- ht 1 Southern 67 Richmond, 1st. Alonday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Alonday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Alonday. Lexington, 2nd. Alonday. Stanford, 2nd. Alonday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Alonday. Carlisle, 2nd. Alonday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Alt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Alonday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Alonday. Alonticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. 7 fAiim PlUftiY tmg ik: w kSEci-- J - Tra? VDfBfi th?n agents or commission merchants. References any bank in Loo- isviue. wnieior weeKly price list. We tell yon how. and cav best marVrt pnecs. We are dealers; established in lSjfi: andean do BETTER for ! M. SABEL A. SONS & 33 E Market SL tOUIStIU, H. ueaiers in runs, niut, wuui AV Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday April 23, 1914. mtigmaMmimmmmmumm C3S3 THE NOLD BUGQY Kelly-Springfi- eld 1 is enjoying the largest Buggy business in its history, almost twice as large as 1913, and ten times as large as ten years ago when begun. Mr Arnold's "PATENT REENFORCED GEAR" is the main reason or his enormous business. We will set Best xKelly Rubber Tires for cash at $12.00. Specified grade at $iO.OO. Tires are the best made. If credit is wanted we will set them for $ 2.00 and $14.00. K oopoooc-Oioflrfpace g JLWJLflp See J. W. Walker, my representative in Lancaster for prices, etc. i --i m OLD.D -- m- VILLE, KY, E. C. w - - - - 'ARHER'S COLUMN I moooj T. W. Jones, of Stanford, bought of E. Horton, eleven ewes and six lambs for $50. R. n carpenter John Stone, a of Stanford bought of R. E. Horton. four shoats at $G. per head. well-know- The Press Thot Ooes The I Awaken to Enormity I best. i Of Of Crimes TODD, 2-1- 4 1- -4 ttim lienrtniK : for tne ticiil onrfarxnur DUbcrilMfrs, and is for rte flale of stuck, grain mid such tlmic-- on For Sale or Rent. Tvv o good cottages (arm aa the Inrnier cxuiiot nfford to acHer-.iS. C. Henderson. No notice will e KCCi'pted over four at Lowell Ky. ini will leoiilriii 'iro ii)Mie of the Phone 27, 3 rings. Paint Lick exchange, Hue - hlow iv? tiBe of s c the House Fly f ten terrible monsters came every spring to this country and all summer long devoured the people, chewing ba. bies a s we eat blackberries b i t. ing off the heads KCOi'It. fre- of charjre -- Hughes & Swinebroad sold for Silas with eight Mots, twenty acres of unimproved land II. J. Tinsley. to Mr. Wesley Sutton, for 140 an acre. Locust posts. For Stt!e:-100- 3 R. C. Arnold, of Lincoln county, j J W. Sanders, Judson, Ky. bought of Forestus Reid, of Danville, I have forty barrels of old corn for sixteen hogs at eight cents per pound. J W. Tatem, R. F. D. No. 1. .ale A. T. Nunnelley, owner of the stock has some first class yards of Stanford, sold to Robert K. 0 15 iozd corn for sale jellow and white Yrung of Columbia, Adair county, two ponies for $125. O. B. Shepherd. best variety Paint Lick, Ky R. F. D. me severe drought which has prt Mr I W. Walker has a good new railed the past sumnier iu many sec htudebaker wagon he will sell at a ba- dons has been hard on the new seeding of alfalfa along with other crops. rton Se? him at once. Because of this It will be a good idea n farmer to omit the last cutting that is often W it GaiiH. a of Lincoln county sold a bunch of hogs made, for the plants will need winter toT W Jones, one of Lincoln counlys protection all the more because of lessened vigor and depth cf root. tock bujers, at eight cent per pound. For Sale pigs A 300 pound sow . ( Sht-pher- d well-know- lkS 1 F I have just secured the fine stallion, R. G. Todd, conceded to be one of the handsomest and fastest stallions in the state, and will have him on exhibition, Court Day, April 27th. This great young horse will make the season of 1914, at my stable, just outside the city limits on Lexingson pike at only $20. To Insure Living Colt. Full pedigree and description next week. of young men, goring the aged to death and stalking about among us as a lion among the martyrs of the Coliseum, we should be up and doing, militia would march forth to give them battle, colonels would wave swords, guns would belch and no enthusiasm would be lacking. But when the monster is small and playful and common we let him ravage. He doesn't scmehow appeal to FOREST STftPP COMBINED m STALLION. '&"-j- our imagination. Not nil mares are out of commission j as producers, of good colts when they reach the age of fourteen or sixteen years. A frleud at vvho.e farm the writer happened to cull the other day Hamilton lia- a good mare poiuted out it mare that v.a- - twenty-thre- e mule Uiat 13 a fine worker and he years old which had bj her hide j her had. Here's abargain as handsome and rigorous a colt as wir.ts to one could desire. In tact, it was by J M Martin, ho lives several miles all odds the best looking joungsler on ea.it of Stanford, sold to Robert Rene-die- t the place and was classy enough to take a prize at a county fair. a mare for $50. I'ot Sal", Two good milk cows with Morse Wheeler. caIvm fresh Teatersville Ky. 1 ' J si.-- ll polyphemuses or dragons that ever posed in the pages of tradition. He is the common house fly. Although much has been said about him and his deadliness, the people are not yet alive to the enormity of his crimes. There are thousands of kitchens where flies still swarm and infect the food, thousands of babies over whose faces and upon whose lips flies spread their poison, thousands of restaurants and lunch counters where flies are busy at the work of thinning out the human race. Yet he does more harm, being or so, than any ten mino-taur- s, 'w; . i miiiiiiiiiiiHKBiB HIGH ny iflflHfeh fcm ? P2V7QBH P 4B The QMLY Correct Process For Pressing Work- Done While You Wait. - I se-- d Bright, cashier of the Lincoln W County National Bank of Stanfoid.sold to tt .V Blarkerby a fine milk cow $55. W LIES etc., he might be reminded of i T'EVER OLLOW the fact that iu the pro ince of Shan- fOLLOWS tung, China, the hired innn's wages ILTH LIES are $C a year. A day laborer receives aie some fly proverbs that 10 cents a day and the fann laborer HERE like the wise bits in Ben still less. The food ued by the labor--, Franklins "Pour Richards AlMri victoria Atideraon, of ing man consists of sweet potatoes, manac:" has 30 acres of grass beans, wheat products and vegetables, ProKcliersville It better to .screen I Mtid Ui re:it for the remainder of year. costing on the average about 2',i centa wearisa smile than scoff the cradle and at the precau' a day. tion and w ear mourning. For Sale. WJ barreis of corn, the Flies in the dining room usually preKelly var.etj. suitaUle for selecting cede nurses in the sickroom. Goose Killed With a Golf Ball. Henry Hurt, R. F. D. 1, ved -- orn Screens iu the windows prevent A day or two ago a well known memLancaster Ky. ber of the Rojal Dublin Golf club, crape on the door. t, Flies as well as bad water spread tywhile playing on the links at Y'atitui -- To r:nt about 50 acres, or Clontarf, and approaching the ' phoid. a fly in the milk may mean a memIpsi. of gras-- . land for the year, to sixth hole w ith a driving mashie, killed a barnacle goose with a golf ' ber of a family in the grave. gra:e .u.Tie shoit yearling cattle. A fly lias natural enemies. The most 3t. ball. As the shot was plajed the bird s tl'u oflitv. was bwooping and. being btruck on persistent and most effective should be man. Green Gooch. of Waynesburg. sold to the neck, fell to the ground dead. It eots less to buy a screen door .sow weigh It L Horton. of Stanford.a than (o get sick and lay off for a ing 325 pounds jnd a G'J pound shoat at Friendship Net to Be Patched. mouth. six cents pr pound. Friendship is a vase which, when It It's a short haul from the garbage acciby 1 Jerse Heifer and heifer calf and Is flawed asheat, or violence, or once. can to the dining table via the fly dent, may well be broken at route. one aged brood and work mare. Good It can never be trusted after. The If at first you don't succeed, swat, any where. Priced to sell. worker more graceful and ornamental It was, swat, swat again. Ky. the more clearly do we discern the S H. AldriJge, Hvattsville hopelessness of restoring it to its forMr J I Hamilton informs us that mer state. Coaiae stones, if they bo two cattle strayed to his place near fractured, may be cemented again; Prevent the Fly NOW. Cartersville a few weeks ago and owner precious stones, never. Landor. can get same bj proving ownership and the fly and you paying for this notice. PREVENT have to swat him Bad Effect of Moonlight. later. The time to fight Walton Mos has some of his premium There Is scarcely any region on this him is before he becomes a fly. It is the Boone globe, from the equator to the newly seed corn for sale. It is a problem of the eliminaCounty White variety and there is none found continent of the arctic circle tion of filth where flics play, lately diFcovered south pole, eat and breed. Do away with better He also has several hundred and the where there is not a general belief in the breeding places and there pouuJ i of honey for sale. the powerful and deleterious effects will be no flies. Especial attention should be paid to stable and 1 have for sale about 1000 bundles of of moonlight on fish, newly planted seeds and to a lesser extent on meat 1 kitchen wastes. Clean up thoralso a nice coming oughly around the stables, and which is to become food, says a writer mare mule. under the stable floors with the In the New York American. Jessie Barlow, liberal use of chloride of lime. R.r.D.No.3. Lancaster. j . When the American hued man kicks hive tor sale Johnson county white earn J, E. Anderson, R. F. D.l. on his $35 a month, board, washing, horse and buggy to take his best girt, Lancaster, phone 324 A. , FLY WISDOM. Dry Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing. F Bay Stallion 1G hands, star, left hind ankle white, fine style and action He will make the season of 1914 at my barn at Hackley. Kentucky, at A Lancaster Dry Cleaning PHONE Co. $12.50vTo Insure A Living Colt. HIGH PRESTON sired by Carroll Preston, 4383, he by Preston 922, by Washington 54, by Cronwell 73, by Washington Denmark. Carroll Preston's 1st dam Baby Pence 7049, by Enoch Arden. 2nd dam Ladv Pence by Almont Forrest 2863, 3rd dam Daughter of Garrard Chief 22G3, 4th dam Gray Eagle. HIGH PRESTON'S 1st dam was Queen Eagle, she by King Eagle 255C, he by Royal King 2555, he bj Ontime 745, he by Stonewall Jackson 72. Royal King's 1st dam Mollie Mountz 2584. was by the noted sire Cabbells Lexington. F. S. King Eagle's 1st dam Hip'3579, she by Eagle Bird 1014. he by Old King Eagle 750, 2nd dam Red Lion, 3rd dam Harris Denmark 45, 4th dam by JimBell. HIGH PRESTON'S 2nd dam Lady BirJ, she by Eagle Bird 1014, 3rd dam Mollie Drennon she by Old Drennon, 4th dam Copper Bottom and runs back to old Davy Crockett 3236. Thoroughbred. y 230. PAINT L. W. IjH.h. Faulkner, Mgr. PUBLIC SQUARE. ! Dolly-moun- Ad-di- e, i I ! four-yeir-o- ld "'H':":-- ! Queer Refuge for Hunted Stag. Mr. J. B. Woods, of Paint Lick, has Pursued by hounds a stag bounded x jplendid work horse and a lot of Rye Write in through the open French windows in bundle, he will sell cheap. of the Y. M. C. A. buildings at Ashbioi, bourne House, Epsom, England, and K Horton, one Stanford's best took refuge in the larder, which measK. known stock buyers sold to Henry ures eight feet by six. The huntsman whips quickly came up and, securMurphy, of Mt. Sterling, four cows, and the stag ing with ropes, placed it In one yearling and a calf for $183. Mr. some stables, from which It was realso sold to J H. Wright ten moved shortly afterwards. Hortin shoats ard a sow at 7cents per pound. Flies Greatest Germ Carriers. The mosquito implants the germ o malaria, and flies cany the germs o tuberculosis as well as other i'i such as tjphold aud ilijilitliori i. Don't wait until the wannwe.'t.if to kill the fly. Swat him now brfon the lit' Imn-begi- n to propagate. Friday morning in the chapel of the High School. The pupils in the High school gave Mr. Roy Estridge was in Lexington an "egg roast" on the campus Friday Wednesday. evening. This unique form of enterMr. and Mrs. Rice Woods spent tainment was greatly enjoyed by the Tuesday in Richmond. young people. Mrs. Guy Rice and daughter, Miss Nellie spent Friday in Richmond. Hackley. Mr. John Tnbble, of Hyattsville was a visitor in Paint Lick Saturday Edd Stones is on the sick list at Mrs. this writing. Mrs. Woods Walker and Miss Mary Mrs. Ina Parsons who has been sick Walker were visitors in Danville Wed- - is able to be out again. nesday. Mr, and Mrs. Green Parsons were in Mrs. A. B. Estridge and Mis3 Ethel Richmond shopping Monday. Estridge were visitors in Richmond Mrs. Milton Ross was with her son Friday. Mr. Chron Ross of Madison, Co., last Mrs. J. Wade Walker was the guest Friday night. of friends.in Lancaster from Saturuay Mr. John Prewitt and family were until Monday. visitors in Madiso'd Co., Saturday night Mr. E. C. McWhorter returned Friand Sunday. day from a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Mr. Roy Schooler and wife and also Laban Kirk of Paintsville, Ky. Mrs. Georgie Warren motored to RichThere were services at Walnutta mond Saturday. church Sunday morning and evening Misses Ella Prewitt, Minnie Calico, conducted by Rev. Godby, of College Misses Nannie Lee and Lida B. Logan Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsden, and Misses Fan and Myrtle Ross attended Henry Curtis little daughter Geneva, spent Thursday the social given Mrs. Wednesday night. in Berea the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Coyle. Little Miss Geneva Logsden spent Nothing So Good For A Cough Or Cold. several days in the country the past When you have a cold you want the week, the,guest f ner aunt Mrs. best medicine obtainable so as to get George Todd. rid of it with the least possible delay. Rev. W. M. Eldridge and Mr. J. There are many who consider ChamWade Walker were in Stanford the berlain's Cough Remedy unsurpassed. past week for the spring meeting of I Mrs. J. Boroff, Elida, Ohio, says, 'Ev- Transylvania Presbytery. ler since my daughter Ruth was cured Mr. R. N. Beazley made a business , of a severe cold and cough by Cham- trip to Cincinnati the past week in the j berlain's Cough Remedy two years ago, interest of.his tobacco factory which I have felt kindly disposed toward the will begin operation shortly. j manufacturers of that preparation. I The First and Second Grades in Miss know of nothing so quick to relieve a Hendren's' room dramatized "Little cough or cure a cold." For sale by All lmo. Red Riding Hood" in a lovely manner Dealers. at the same time and place stand my fine Jack, Also will RorgMi At $8.00 to Insure a Living 4665. Marmaduke anoMsput of an imported Jennet. John Morgan, Jr., out of Jennet by Joe Blatburn, he by 3rd Prince, he by 2nd Prince, he by Imp Prince, 1st dam Daisy y 'Dixie, she by Irvin Dixie by Kickapoo, 2nd dam Mollie Gray by Lord Wellington, 3rd dam by Importer. Dam Beecher Jennet. A lien retailed on all colts for service' Care taken to prevent accidents, but not respcnsJoYfe' should anyjocenr. uUliiiilHiii3ilAaijLiSrt.iilf C. Morgan is a black Jack, with white points, 15J hands high, coming sLx years old and has proven himself a good breeder. C. Morga)?l)y John Morgan, Jr., 3705, was sired by John Morgan, he by Horse Colt and SI 0.00 For Mare Colt. hhhmhihmiih(i ifCTpiHfflB3!ffjW(il J. F Foley, Hackey, Ky. LET US PRINT YOUR Horse (Bards for you while in town Monday.