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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 30, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914043001_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 30, 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 TWKNTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 30, 1914. Suckers are "on the riflles' NUM3ER 4. CHEAP RATES. The "light" Fantastic Tango down here and let us give you some light on the subject of EDISON MAZDA Lamps and you'll feel no Hesitation about dancing back home with a full equipment of MAZDA LAMPS They give three times as much light Carbon lamps with the same amount of electricity. Put one in every lamp socket in your home, office, store or factory. Let us show you. as old-sty- lo EDISON CONN BROS. Lancaster, Ky. mmmmk aeiBgggiii n mi iim d II Jl Ea. Si rU J u 1 Lit 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. H. T. $20.00, $22.50 NEW and Al $25. SUITS, UP-TO-DATE GO j oome ana let us snow you tne wondenul Bargains we are offering. Terms Cash. I THIS SALE AT:: $10.00. ie mmi Bank Trust Company, Assignee of H.T.LOGAN. N Tee Woman's Club have inaugurated How about oiling the square this a cheap rate to Frankfort and return ARE LANCASTER NEGROES Everyone that pos next Saturday. summer? sibly can should take advantage of the a- Ready For Active Service In Mexico. Isn't it about time the ice wagon trip, as the fare will be only $2.00. was starting? The Stars and Stripes do not float 3i Forward farmers are planting corn, over a portion of Uncle Sam's possess- COURT DAY SALES. backward ones plowing. Inna whro tliavu io rrrrt nftMAtiom In Cap't Am. I&urne, the veteran ' the square inch than Garrard county, iT in Another excursion to Cincinnati next auctioneer, reports the following sales there has never been a call of our ,1 .. i y: r., . i Sunday will mark another exodus of J 1 citizens sprang oT country but that our tu., cooks. $60.to $76, sows and pigs $35. ..,,, , Io HI $40. , Th ... ..J U..U hlUUlT m .111. f l.l. some choice cows and calves at from old county is represented both on land P We have a full line of Standard Sanitary Several more stretches of concrete $50. to $75., a lot of new buggies .. . at an anu. sea. ana, snouia tne call cjme tor sidewalks are to be built in Lancaster average of $64. each. volunteers, many of her sons will has- !gs this spring. There was a very large crowd in ten to the nearest point of enlistment This spring "the young man's fancy" town, but interest centered upon the and tender their services to assist in horse show to the exclusion of everyis torn between love and duty, his the wiping out of the insult to the thing else, and a very little trading flag. sweetheart or the war. was done. Nor is this patriotism confined to the How many of our goods box philowhites, among the colored people the sophers and war experts will volunteer MEETING STILL IN PROGRESS war spirit is more rampart than among for the Mexican conflict? The protracted meeting at the Bap- the whites, their excitement knows no An unprecedented crop of dandelions tist church is still in progress, bounds, and every paper is anxiously is in evidence on the beautiful lawns of now in its third week, and the interest scanned and every morsel of war news Lancaster people. Their enis unabated, in fact the crowds are eagerly discussed by them. larger as the meeting progresses, on thusiasm does not stop at the mere Many fishermen striving for Mr. Sunday night the church would not reading of the news, they are taking Adams' reward have let a "big un" hold the crowds and it was neccessary active steps to render military service te Let us fit your bath room with our that would have taken the prize get to turn many away. Up to this time when the call comes, and hope to have away. there has been about thirty additions. a company of their race in the foremethod of plumbing. The W. C. T. U. District Convention Bro. Beagle is delivering some strong front of the Mexican embroglio. To H meets at Harrodsburg May 12 and 13. sermons that are proving very inter- this end Milton Sneed, the well known This is a very important meeting and esting, while the music under the direc- painter and decorator, and a splendid as many as can should attend. tion of Bro. Ellis lends much to the in- musician, is actively engaged in reterest of the meeting. cruiting a company, and as soon as he Don't be prodical in the use of the has secured a sufficient number, will city water, your monthly rate does not tender its services to Gov. McCreary LOST 27 YEARS. entitle you to sprinkle the lake dry. and ask that they be given the earliest scarcity of water last Remember the Mr. James Sanders is having a twenty possible opportunity to get to the scene fall. foot extension added to his store room of hostilities. Sneed thinks he will at Hyattsville. the work is being done have very little trouble in recruiting a NEW OFFICER. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. by Steve Lewis the hustling colored company to its full strength, and hopes Lee Prewitt has qualified as Deputy carpenter. While tearing up a part of to be in readiness when the call comes. Marshal and will serve on public days the floor one day last week Steve re- He hopes to go himself as an officer, ,na and whenever needen. Mr. Prewitt marked that he lost a hatchet in that but not being as robust in health as the gJfrHJBI-BilPafBi- i 'SHilgJinfiJiifaiBi-has served in this capacity on several building 27 years ago, and scarcely had requirements of the service demand, in occasions and has proven himself an the words been uttered when the tear- the event he can not go with his coming up of one of the planks unearthed pany as an officer, he hopes to be taken efficient officer. the long lost hatchet, The tool was as on as a musician. bright and sharp as when lost and Colored troops played an important ,!J BANK STOCK NOT SOLD. Steve says he intends to preserve it the part and acquitted themselves noblv in n The stock in the Garrard Bank & remainder of his days. the war, and they would prove equally as valiant in the Trust Co., which was advertised to be V sold Monday by Mr. R. L. Elkin as MR. A. D. BRADSHAW Mexicon trouble, and should they reach : Executor of the will of the late Zack the front, we are confident that "Capt Elkin, was not offered as the heirs his troops would give a SELLS FINE TEAM. Sneed" and decided that they would prefer the good account of themselves. IN THE stock to the ready cash. Mr, A. D. Bradshaw of McCreary this county has sold to Berea College a pair of 5 year old eorrel horses for WILL ORGANIZE. MEXICO $500. It was a handsome team and At the New Antioch church, at did much credit to Mr. Bradshaw as a a Christian Endeavor will be handler of nice harness horses. PROBABLE. THROUGH ! WILL YOU SE THERE? organized next Thursday evening at 7 C? ifuv'Tiir'i.'V4. ciiMnavA U. 11 W U VkJhJW.lfX.llS A. 1 IV V 11. .U .1 J W 1. .1 o'clock, by the young people of that KINDLY OFFICES II neighborhood. A cordial invitation is JOHN FORBES IN extended to all that a good and full OF FRIENDLY POWERS. SOLDIERS HOME. meeting may be had. Three South American Powers, BraLetters to friends here brings the information that Mr. John Forbes of zil, Argentine and Chili, have offered UNFORTUNATE INDEED. " this place is sojourning for a short time their kindly offices to adjust the differ"1Z. Mr. L. Cobb of the Buckeye neighbor- at the Soldiers Homejn Dayton O., ences between this country and Mexico w hood has had the misfortune to lose where he will remain until he recovers through mediation. This offer has three mules and three work horses in from a recent illness. Mr. Forbes is a been accepted, both by the United Stalthe last few months. They died from veteran of the Spanish-America- n war, es and the Dictator Huerta, and the As the season of heavy Sugar consumption different causes, lighting, acute in- having served under the late Cap't. Board of Mediators are now holding v digestion and kidney trouble, being the Samuel M. Duncan. long sessions daily in an earnest effort ) draws near we wish to assure our CUSTOM-ES- S our Mr. Cobb has chief trouble. to arrive at a solution of the problem sympathy in his financial losses. which will meet the approbation of all SALVATION ARMY that we will, as in the past, use every parties. The demand upon Huerta was ADJUDGED INSANE. effort to maintain adequate stocks and fill all OFFICERS HERE. that he accept the mediation of the three countries unconditionally : tnis he ) John Million, aged about 55 years, Several members of the Salvation at first was reluctant to do, but strong orders promptly and at correct prices. who lives near Vallaceton on the Army Corps, which is stationed in Dan- pressure was brought to and bear upon him Incorporated. :) Ganard side, was adjudged insane in ville came over Monday to "work" the by England, Germany and France, and w the county court Monday, and an offic- court day crowd. They succeeded in under stress of this pressuie. he conV RICHMOND. KY GROCER'S. WHOLESALE er from the Eastern Hospital at Lex- gathering a neat sum. These people sented to allow them to endeavor to 7ZjSSf2yjS!Z!ZJ' ington came from that place for him. represent a worthy cause and do much find a means of reaching an amicable lU Mr. Million had a religious mania and good, reaching a class of people that no adjustment of the difficulties. was violent. He has a wife and sever-- 1 one else can reach, and no one should In the meantime the United States la al children. begrudge the small amount they ask as in no wise receding from the attitude a free will olfeiing. which she assumed a week ago; Gen. BEGINNING EARLY. Frederick Funston in charge of the OFF FOR K. E. A. MEETING "Fighting Fiflh" army brigade has reThe fish destroyers are biginning lieved the blue jackets at Y'tr.i Cruz, their opeiations early. Last week the and they have returned to their various IN LOUISVILLE. waters of Back Creek were strewn ship, the marines however, remaining small catfish, suckers and minnows, with County Sup't Miss Jennie lliggins ashore. Funston has hoisted the Stars killed by either dynamite or poison. It left Tuesday, while on Wednesday the and Stripes and is now in full control at is a great pitv some of the agents of county lioaru ot taucation, togetlier Howtver, Gen Funston Fish & Game Commissioner Ward can- with several of the school trustees of that point. will not remain in control for long, for not catch some of these miscreants and the county went to Louisville to attend im :nd make an example of them, thereby ef the meeting of the Kentucky Educa- - after a conference between fectually stopping this kind of work tjonai Associaton. which is in session in Admiral Fletcher it was determined to establish a civil government in Vtra in the streams of this county. that city. It is expected that there Cruz under martial law, and this conwill be in attendence 5,000 people of clusion having been communiciit.'d to Kentucky who are interested in the Washington and met with approval the , ..; I . AS OTHERS SEE US. -t cause of education, and leading educa.- i 2 In a recent editorial the Cincinnati tors will be there from all over the formal transfer from military to civil K toss-- . I V , jw S'JtF!Kzi& government will be mede todaj . Post has the following comment and country to talk upon educational topics Robert J. Kerr a lawyer of Chicago -' 5 . advice as to the present manner of for their edification. ?tw-ana Mexico City will be civil governor. ' 3"W "ft x ?'". ;. Kentucky:- taxation in irti.'lL. jL:iaa i! :. Commander Stickney, U. S, N. will be "Suits by railroads to enjoin tax as- THE RETURN nSySffi Taa-frzSFTZi OF Inspector of Ports and Customs, Wilsessments made in 1912 ara still undisliam F. Buckley of Austin Tex. and posed of in Kentucky. One case has A NUISANCE. Mexico City, Administrator of Justice been heard, but the trial Judge states and Charles H. Stewart of Ii dianu.iclis he will not hand down his opinion until With the arrival of spring weather Unt,er all cases are submitted. These cases comes the bands of wandering gypsies and Coidoba Mex., Treasurer. the new form of government peace involve millions of dollars and will prob who pervade this part cf the country ably go through all the appellate courts under the guise of horse traders. They reigns supreme in Vera Craz, and a feeling of safety pervades the atmosbefore the litigation ends. have wintered in the south, but with Taxes are required to run the Gov the coming of spring return to their phere, both with natives and foreigners. Pending the deliberations of the ernment. Small taxpayeis for years summer haunts. One band consisting V- -have been, and in most communities of about a dozen wagons, go trorn one Board of Mediators, no aggressive steps still are, paving on vastly higher valu county court to the other, and are a will be taken by the United States, unations, based on selling values, than source of annoyance all along the route less forced by circumstances to such are public utilities End other big busi- they travel. The men trade horses, action. It is hoped in all quarters that the The small taxpayer and do almost anything, except work, ness property. cannot afford to litigate and he'pays up while the women under the guise of tell three countries who so kindly offered Set your plants with the services, and who are striving so and does it promptly. ing fortunes, earn the living for the their bring about peace, may be earnestly to Would it not be well to adopt the entire outfit by begging or stealing. in their efforts, but the same rule which the Federal GovernSeveral members of these wandering successful ment does concerning customs and oth- bands have been before the local courts United States is taking no chances, and er taxes? That is, compel taxpayers upon grave charges, and should their active preparations are in progress to pay up and sue to recover back, if nefarious prartices be resumed, they looking to having everything in readithey claim taxes are unjust. Thus a should be given an urgent invitation to ness should their efforts prove unavail your plants will grow better and make better tobacco ing, and the interim oi time aur.ng crimp would be put in the present game leave this part of the country. their deliberations will but serve to and will ripen from two to three week's earlier. of delay of the big fellows For give us time to become prepared should In Kentucky the pay of public school PLANTS. JV Sale by. the inevitable present itself. teachers in uniainy small, ana many needed public improvements are held I have an unlimited supply of guar- If you want Seed Oats, Seed C.orn or plants, and will back, because these railroads can with- - I anteed varietvs-tomatCorn to Feed, see hold taxes for years while litigation I have sweet potato plants in season, Garrard Millisg Co. winds its slow and expensive course." Mrs. George Smith Sr. tf "Watch us grow," the weeds. WAR WILD MS (BirgiinajBiaip.TaBiM Is I -- H ! -- ilJ. il BATH TUBS, LAVATORIES, SINKS AND CLOSETS. up-to-da- Plumbing enstged Plumbers -LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. .aufglHfglBi i Spanish-America- i W anted One Million People SUNDAY SCHOOLS OF KENTUCKY PEACE IN I y, MAV A 3rd. -- I cnimni Accnpnrinv "Z'Z'ZL IWfcKCnANl KELLOGG & CO. . 1 "T 12$ 3a I 0 i ! 1 " - s. .j- ir-ii V Vt '??J2 ? 2. -- Bemis Tobacco Planter ,W.i. ROMANS. .T.i.'A- - Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday April 30, 1914. Brace Up, Old Chap; You've Got Spring Fever- Nothing Like ROOT JUICE to Clean the Blood and Pat New Life Buggies Our New Spring Stock of JUDSON. Mt. Hebron Miss Flora Lanam has mumps. Before Mating Your Mare, Visit or Write Bugps.C erts&Runabouts have just arrived from the dif ferent factories. We have a complete line from which you can make your selection. Come and compare our linewith others. We 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. Becker Ballard & Co PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. ". . il&asumk ,'! (!CMt8sDfM (c iecshodysT)nnk 5 -- fa& 4fcP O-v.:' v rv ' via '.' w,,--J!w- S 4 igorously good - and keenly delicious, inirst-quencning I I J? and reiicbiYing. The national beverage and yours. J Ml bnnT-- J -- l 1 Denized lac saiis hy full name Nicknames encourarc sj!xUutiOi. THE Whenever you see aa COCA-COL- A COMPANY ?KiMfg y..-f- Atlinio, Ga. Arrow thint of Coca-Col- a, SSS&tfca a i.F Diaw I Check M 1 1saV. Ji j for the money you owe and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev wil grow all right. Ray Thursday. "Pep" Into You. Mr. and 'Mrs Allie Lane visited Mrs. Home of BOHEMIAN KING Mammie Ray, Sunday. Miss Ruba Thompson, visited Mis3 We have a number of fancilv bred, registered Stallions including Myrtle Naylor, Friday. Director 3657, Pisgah Denmark 2601 and Alhambra 4981. Miss Mary Lee Lane visited her broj thers, last Tuesday night. isl5-- 3 hands, faultless in conformation and type; by nIRFPTAR Mr. and Mrs. Edd Eason spent SatBourbon King 1788; dam Cathay 1470. by Hamlett 113. urday and Sunday near Bourne. He has proven an excellent sire. Mrs. Oddesse Lane, visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson. a 16 hand horse of the chestnut PISGAH DENMARK Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sanders, visited color, is by Emerald Chief 1232, dam Belle G., her parents Sunday near Marksbury. by Harrison Chief 1606. He is bred right and will, therefore breed right Mrs. H. D. Lee and children of mal School. Marksbury spent the day, Wednesday, Mr Sam Duncan, of Burgm, is here is a full brother to the celebrated Plaudit, being by AIHAMRRA with Mrs Wade Lee at this place. building a stock barn foa his brother, riLllrlllDuH. ATnrvplI Kind .ml linvin for hU ilnm the fnmnc Mr Chas Duncan. Rowena T. 4880, by Woodland Echo, by Highland Denmark 730. Mr. and Mrs W. N. Grow, of PleasNothing So Good For A Cough Or Cold. Will make very attractive fee optional, if desired. ant Hill were with Mr. and Mrs. Ed When you have a cold you want the Grow here Saturday. Full information on request. Your patronage appreciated. "Brace Up, Old Bov! Look What best medicine obtainable so as to get a Mr and Mrs House and child of ROOT JUICE Did for Me." rid of it with the least possible delay. were witn Mr and Mrs W. S. Farm us your mares We have a market. No wonder you feel tired lazy, There are many who consider Cham- Bowling, Saturday and Sunday. achy, "all in." Your berlain's Cough Remedy unsurpassed. Miss Cloda Belle Speaks, of Markssystem is clogged up with winter's im. Come to the farm There's a welcome for you. Mrs. J. Boroff, Elida, Ohio, says, "Ev- bury, was the charming guest of hor cloud-- , a purities like a sewer er since my daughter Ruth was cured aunt, Mrs Lowny Speaks, last week. burst. Your blood is stagnant with an of a severe cold and cough by Cham- rM.Tj- - ,,! M. !?.,,.. f n..in accumulation of poisonous filth and bei Iain's Cough Remedy two years ago, your whole body needs a thorough tended preaching here Sunday and I have felt kindly disposed toward the Mr and house cleaning, renovating: you want I were the guests of her parents, manufacturers of that preparation. a toning up, a oracing, purifying, and Mrs F. W. Montgomery. know of nothing so quick to relieve a when you get it you'll feel as spiy as BUSGIN, KENTUCKY. cough or cure a cold." For sale by All A Cure For Sour Stomach. a youngster. Dealers. lmo. ShipDing point: Burgin, Harrodsburg. Damille, Shelby City. TelejtftMe That's what ROOT JUICE does, Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, of Battle starts right in with the stomach, Creek, Mich., writes: "I hae been Exchange; Burgin, Darrodsburg and Danilie. Telegraph; W. U. Burgin ami woiks up new and stronger digestive NINA. troubled with indigestion, sour stomach Danville. power, stirs up the lazy liver and gets and bad breath. After taking two the bowels busy: It stops the poisons Sunday School is progressing nicely i bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets I am i r o m entei ing the blood and then at Freedom. well. These tablets are splendid-non- e cleans out all that are already there. Farmers are hustling around getting better." For sale by all dealers, You'll feel its magic influence upon the ready to plant corn. lmo. kidneys, too. feel it quickly. Your Mrs. Aron Grow is visiting her sister over strained nerves that are all "on KltYAVrsVlLLK edge" will mighty soon behave again Mrs. Jesse Sanders at MaiKsburv. patented joint has Miss Lida B. Logan visited her uncle Miss Elizabeth Bryant was the week and give you peace. the whole business of Mr. Walker Logan at Hyattsville end gueat of Mrs. Sam Farley, at The best that Nature has given to building- - silos by making it posThursday. mankind in the way of medicinal roots sible to construct a perfectly solid Miss iMla Welsh ot Micholasviile is in Mr. Tally Wheeler went to Lancaster and herbs and barks is in wonder-stavesiloof any desired height. When worker body builder, cleanser Satuiday and rolled out a new buggy, Nicholasville is visiting Mr. and Mrs put together with a little white lead at J. H. Dean. purifier, and it's safe. It will pick you price $1 10. these joints, a two-piec- e stave Mr. Green Bowling was called to up and make you over, give you a new Mr and Mrs Clarence Pendleton spent supply of needed force, vim, strength, the day with her mother Mrs. Rice London last week in the interest of the bank at that place. fire and "pep" so quickly that you'll Logan Sunday. wonder how it happened. There never Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dickerson, of Messrs Stevie Layton and Joe Kelly was a better tonic known. Remember, attended the Street Fair at Stanford Lancaster, were guests Sunday of Mr. e it's ROOT JTlCE. Don't let any Saturday night. is as good as if it were made of Logan Ison and family. staves, and very much less expensive. There scheming, unreliable druggist try to Miss Levy Dunn who was taken so Miss Flora Adkison has been visiting is no metal at these joints to become corpalm off something else on you. ROOT roded by the acids and no outside moisture her sister Mrs. Wiley Prewitt in Madi- suddenly ill last week is getting along is guaranteed. It's got to do the work son the past week. can collect in them to rot the wood. Thi3 as well as could be expected. and satisfy you or back goes your joint adds years to the life of your silo and Mr. Clent Brooks of Nicholasville, Miss Mary Layton accompanied bv many dollars to its value. You don't have to use a gallon monev. visited his nephews, Messrs. Herbert of it, eithera few doses will proe its Mr. Earl Prewitt were guests of Misses We have a plan by which you can own and Luther Brooks, the first of the Dicy and Flora Adkison recently. an Indiana Silo and let it pay for itself oat worth the first day. week. of what it saves for you on next winter's feed Messrs Tally Wheeler and Billie bills. Give ns a chance to explain it to you. Mrs. Jane Poor of Stanford attended Simpson attended the candy pulling ROUND HILL. the funeral of Mrs. John Scott and given by Miss EITa Foley Wednesday remained for a two weeks stay with W. P. KINCAID, Dis-Ag- t. Farmers are hustling around getting evening. relatives and friends here. Phone 199. Stanford, Ky. Misses Maggie Hicks and Evelyn ready to plant corn. Miss Edna Berkele, of Hamilton Col Walker have returned home after a Mr. W. T. Turner who has been in lege, has returned to Lexington after pleasant stay with their sister Mrs. Florida has returned home. having been called here by the illness Logan. Howard of her aunt, Miss Levy Dunn. Mr. D. L. Prewitt and son Wiley Mr. and Mrs. David Prewitt and in Richmond Monday. were Miss Mayme Lee Ballard returned children, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Prewitt home Friday from a very pleasant visit Miss Lottie Mae Simpson who has and children, Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Lane been on the sick list are glad to report and little daughter, Mr. end Mrs. Jesse of several weeks with her aunt, Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk, at Lexington. out again. Long and Mrs. G. R. Adkinson spent Mrs. Hogan Ballard wes called to Mr. Wiley Prewitt who has been at Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Thompson the bedside of her grandfather, Hon. Patty Clay Infirmary for treatment for Broaddus. R. M. Sparks, who is in a very critical his life is at home. Misses Mary and Annie Layton spent Mr. and Mis. Alex prewitt and family Saturday night and Sunday with Mr, condition at his home in Nicholasville Mrs. Cam Kavanaugh and children, of Kirksville spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Sim Wheeler of this place, and Mrs. H. C Ross. also Messrs Joe and Tally Wheeler Mrs. Frank Cambell and daughter of Miss Etta Belle Land of the Normal took dinner with them Sunday and all Louisville have returned after a pleas-- I School of Richmond spe'it Sunday with attended Sunday school at Freedom in ant visit to their sister Mrs. J. C. t Williams. her Uncle Mr. H. C Ross. It speaks to the heart through the the afternoon. j Miss Bessie Swope and Mr. Harry Mr. II. C Ross rnotored to Lexington un pril 25th, quite' a number pocket-boo- k. That's why the Ford -- at Tuesday his guests were ..r Lem friends and relatives attended the C6th Sunday night and were married there. birthday of Mrs. George Adkison. From thence on to Illinois for a short is afriend to thousands the world Whittaker and Mr. Lewis Ross. Mrs. Henry The family was repiesented by SdaUgh bridal trip. Mrs. Frank Tusaey and over. What any other car will do 5 and 1 teis and 1 Prewitt the hustling milliners have on daughter-in-law- , son, 21 sons" Dr. and Mrd. li. C. Rose spent Thurs; and a new supply of summer hats. Lexington. Dr. Rose having the Ford will do and more at a 1 great grand-chiland also Mrs. D. day in Shrincr's automobile shop of Mr. C H. L. The daughter Miss E3telle, i gone to be present at the Prewitt and fraction of the cost. Buy to-da- y. Mooney & Grimes are almost completMr. J. Hogan Ballard was of Round Hill, Mrs. John Layton and ' initiation. ed, all is lacking are the machines. also one of the Shriner's from here wlo neice Miss Annie Layton and Mrs. Ma'g Five 'hundred dollars is the prire of the Ford runMr. Andrew Jackson Ross one of Lane After partaking of an elaborate was present. Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton. Mr. and Round Hill's great citizens has gone to C o'clock course dinner, prepared by about .the touring car is five fifty; the town car sevRichmond where he will engage in auto Miss Dicy Adkison, thej Assembled in Mrs. J. C. Williams, Mrs. E. H. en fifty-- f. o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. business. We wish him much success the parlor where they all spent the lard and Miss Mayme Ballard, 'Get catalog and particulars from Parttie Belle Burke and Miss Eliza Ison as he has started out so young. evening in laughter and conversation. were in Lexington last Wednesday to Dr. Porter of Georgetown rave a They then departed to their homes his Brethern." The Madison Garage, Incorporated. splendid address at the graded School wishing Mrs. Adkison many more joy- see "Joseph and Richmond, Ky; Mr. W. C. Rose, of Lexington spent building Friday night April 24th his ful and happy birthdays. with his mother, Mrs. G. the week-en- d subject was Sweetheart, Husbands and Or Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. & Tresvs, of B. Rose. He is Vice-Pre- s. Wives a large crowd attended and was the Sinalco Bottling Co., and his many Rheumattc Pains Relieved. enjoyed by one and all. fiiends here are verymuch elated over Why suffer from rheumatism when the success the new firm seems to me Stomach Trouble Cured. relief may be had at so small a cost? ) making, The quarterly meeting at the Mrs. H. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa., Mrs. Elmer Hatch. Peru, Ind. writes, Dr. church was well attended. writes, "For some time I suffered from "I have been subject to attacks of stomich trouble. I would have sour rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's W. E. Arnold the presiding elder of stomach and feel bloated after eating. Liniment always relieves me immedi- Danville district, piesiding, assisted by An abundant and Nothing benefited me until I got Cham- ately, arid I take pleasure in recom- Dr. E. H, Pierce. berlain's Tablets. After taking two mending it to others." 25 and 50 cent delicious lunch was served en Saturday by the ladies in Ihe directors room of bottles of them 1 was cuted." For sale bottles. For sale by all dealers, the bank. by all dealers. lmo. lmo. and Mr. Lee Simpson spent Sunday with Oat home folks. Mrs. Bunch Ray visited Mammie Mr Elmer Lanam is very sick. Mr B. B. Duncan had a work horse to die. last week. Dogs have been making raids on the sheep of this locality recently. Mr Mavian Montgomery bought of Mr Alex Dean a bunch of shoats at 6. per head. Miss Iva Del Montgomery of Lancaster, was with relatives here. Saturday and Sunday. Mr Elverton Lemay had a work horse to get into a wire fence and die. last Wednesday. Miss Bettie Scott left Monday for Richmond where she will enter Nor- OLBNWORTH FflRWS. 2410. ever-popul- ar Sal-vis- ," after Edelen, Owner i$jSee ifiatjoint!. one-piec- THAT this IKSfiW illffliPl in-la- grand-childre- n 1 Motfj 1 Mfc Z.A The Garrard Bank & Trust Company IMSUBr feWFhe best paint for I UAcuis'A'pvi! vvt& n im 3 i JN THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus Pres't $30,000. 111 Iww IB Lead, reinforced with Zinc Oxide and Genuine Linseed Oil in correct proportions is the best paint to use. That's the reason painters everywhere use and recommend A SK any painter and he will tell you that Pure White ir House 5 Pennsylvania Avenue, at IStii & H. Sr.s. g m RATES: Xooas, o.e:. ItJfT.ifJS m - m DitieSiJ Balk 41.50, $2.00 up lAwme WtamT "THE KIND THAT LASTS" You'll be proud of yom home when it's attractively painted with Mastic Paint. Besides you'll enhance its 'value and protect it against the elements. sure it's Mastic Paint and you will realize the fullest measure of paint satisfaction. OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. A. R JENNY, President J. E. ST0RMES, Vice R. T. 2mbry, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. FREE PAINT BOOK ii Ask for beautifully illustrated book, "Homes and How to Paint Them," also color card showing 45 color C0 shades, or write direct to Incorporated, LouisriUe, Ky. Elegant Appointments, Palm. Court, Indian Grill Koom, Tea Room.' Colonial Furnishings, Library,, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B"- - with small map. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stonnes, S. Cv Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. R. E. MC-ROBER- TS CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. The Central Record, Thursday April 30 1914. Page 3 Record Trial 2:14J, half 1:05. quarter :31i, eighth :15J. Brown Stallion, 16 hands high, weighs 1200 pounds, foaled f I I Schulz's Cut Flowers t CSS, M"H-""t-'' &&&S&G4$Q&&$Q&&$&&&$$ IN THE DAIRY BARN. Do not ask the cow to make milk and keep herself warm with SHEPHERD AND FkOCK. The root crop fed to the flock now will be tbe key o success, says tbe Farm Journal. Roots go a long way In giving tone t tbe general bealtb of tbe flock. If you haven't enougb clover hay for all winter save it for tbe time when the lambs come. Itoots fod with the grain make both doubly valuable. It is poor economy to feed tlm- othy bay to sheep. Sheep are the most timid and nervous creatures, and fear or nervous excitement is always very damaging. Fill up low places in tbe sheep yard, and tolerate no wet or icy places where the sheep exercise. Aft , fr I Daily Reminder. Character Is sense of humor, and whatever else It Is that gives good womanhood Its splendid character. R, C. TODD 224J. Blnsen J FLORAL DESIGNS Phone 43 or 339-F- All orders filled with Nice,Choice Flowers . All orders are appreciated and will be delivered promptly. J, WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. Duke of Denmark, at at 4 2 y ? Jr. . t .5. 4 This richly bred Saddle Stallion will make the season of 1914, my stable, on the Buckeye pike, about 2 miles from Lancaster, Ky. the low price of j, ! !! CARE OF HORSES' FEET. Many Excellent Animals Ruined by Im- the same feed. At least give her a fair chance to be protected from tbe storms and then let her ue tbe feed for milk making alone. Tbe cow is a machine that must convert food Into milk. This is one reasou why she should have sucb a large middle, for there is the place where the food must In? worked over. Milk that Is kept clean and properly cooled needs uo preservative. Comfort is essential to profitable milk production, and a cow cannot be comfortable without good bedding. Don't forget tbe straw. It pleases tbe cow to be milked quickly and gets ber in the habit of giving down promptly. It Is often the slow milkers that make the strippers. Australians Prefer the City. More than of Australia's residents live In four cities Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane. one-thir- d 1907. National Flowera. National flowers are as follows: France, Illy; England, rose; Ireland, shamrock; Scotland, thistle; Germany, cornflower; Canada, sugar maple; United States, goldenrod and others; Egypt, lotus; Spain, pomegranate; Italy, lily; Prussia, linden; Greece, violet; Saxony, mignonette. Recognized the Burden. "No wonder them city people complain about bein' ail worn out with their social duties," vouchsafed a prominent citizen of Wayoverbehind. "When I was down to New York I durn near unj'inted my neck tryin' to bow to everybody I met on the treets." Magazine of Fun. Arlon IiO.SSITt;. I 2:i:i Dire of In 2:lc; dams of Para of - Including Sa-- i 51n 2:lo, etc. die Mac 2.0i;;, Magowan I bircctresi 2:10 By Director 199. (l)2.0'J',,etc. etc. ( bam of l.grandamof 5. ... ( L'mplre S. IflIK Dictator 113. Mreol Annie Marie Sire of TO. dms of 111 Kentucky Bell KlAllleTee Al MeiJreeor? dani4 uf 2. By Harold 413. 22i'4. trial 2:1:1. and K.I ( Great brood mare V. Todd '.. trial 2:1'4 Idnl WIlkeM2. I CrutliU Wllt,' Sire of s. dams of 9. (randam of 2. Sallie Dudley. By Standard Bearer .100 Dam of Maryland 2:2?. Q O H Todil Kvcora 2:Hi. 11 In 2:10. inclnd-lBob DougliM 2Wi. Todri 2:p;, Thr Northern Man Gor lon;, Todd Todd Sire of Ioa I I. Kun.-ll- a?"Ji.etc. Kecord2:C6' .. SIro of Uhlmi 1 . AMrul ml Dewey 2:04ji. Kinjt Cole t:Kii. John Ward sscVi' fMay King 10272. Slieof J3. including Bin- Yuuue MU By Young Jim 2009. gen2:0K 2:(. 2r'i( etc. proper Treatment. Good and bad feet are largely inherPEDIGREE Duke of Denmark, Jr., by Duke of Garrard, he by the old ited in horses, yet Tery often good feet Duke of Denmark. First dam of Duke of Garrard, the House mare, she sired are ruined by bad treatment, writes J. by old Black Squirrel. First dam of Duke of Denmark, Jr. Anne Bell by L. Buchanan in tbe National StockWallace Denmark, and out of Lady Morgan, by old Stonewall Jackson. man. If colts are foalad with crooked The Duke is a beautiful rich red bay stallion, 10 years old and has proven feet and especially If the hind feet to be a sure foal producer and a fine breeder of combined horses. See him turn over sideways you can soon remyou breed. edy this trouble by keeping Inside of Lein retained on all colts for season money. Care taken to prevent ac- bottom of foot rasped down and toe cidents but not responsible should any occur. cut back a little, leaving the outside alone. A few trimmings will make the foot straight Thus every producer of horses should be the owner of a good horseshoers rasp and use It when $8.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. "SiS&'JSSSxSKsjxj) THE DRAFT Colts WEANLING. Develop Need Feed That Will Bone and Muscle. be-fo- rd Clarence Beazley needed. ZJVWX&& w'Tr iff zzi?ra: -. i I ' FIREPROOF Njl 7 I y Cannot burn never leak look well and are inexpensive. They cover the best homes, churches, schools and public buildings all over the country. For Sale by I I I I While horses are going without shoes a good rasp should be kept close at hand so all irregularities of feet may bo kept rasped off. The- - feet of horses allowed to stand too long on a dry, hard floor or on a pile of heated manure are apt to get too dry and hard. In which case I should recommend a little fish oil rubbed on tbe upper edge of the hoof just at the edge of the hair, not over the shell of the hoof, because it would shut tbe air and moisture out If put on at juncture of hof and hair the hoof will take up the oil, and It will help to grow and toughen tbe hoof. I have knqwn horses to stand on hot manure until it burnt all of the lower part of tbe hoof out It is a splendid idea to keep horses on tbe ground all you can. Continuous Oats, preferably crushed or ground, is the best single grain to feed a weanling colt Here at the station our weanlings have developed well when s by the grain ration was d weight of ground oats and ground corn, the hay being alfalfa. When tbe roughage is anything but a good quality of legume hay it is best h to make the grain ration h to bran, says Professor J. L. Edmonds of tbe Illinois experiment station. It is not possible to state in pounds just the amount of feed that will be required, but good, sound draft weanlings will pay handsomely if fed all the grain that they will clean up three times per day. Good quality of alfalfa and clover are the best roughages. They are growers of bone and two-thirdone-thirone-fourtone-fift- Inventor Did Good Work. The De Vlck clock, made about 1364, was a good jlece of work. In fact, since the year 1700 no important has bsen added to clocks and watches. This means a good deal when it is realized that the last 200 years have given us more Inventions than all previously known history. She Knew. A chorus girl seeking an engagement at a Broadway manager's office was offered a position in a company one-nig- In R. C. Todd, I feel that I am offering the handsomest, fastest, best bred and most desirable Stallion that has ever been placed before the breeders of this and adjoining counties. His sire Todd was one of the greatest sires of all time, having died at only eight years of age and yet sired 14 in the 2:10 list His grandsire Bingen 2:06J, besides having founded are ot the greatest families in the Stud book, is the sire of Uhlan 1:58, the worlds champion. On his dams side R. C. Todd is de. cended directly from Dictator. Harold and Geo. Wilhes, so it would seem that by right of inhertance. this young Stallion should become as great a sire as other members of his family. Should you fail to get a trotter he is a horse of such style, size, and commanding appearance that his get will be in demand on any market As I have secured this horse so late in the season, I will offer his services for this season only, at $20. to Insure Living Colt. He will make the seasonof 1914 at ray stable just outside the city limits of Lancaster, on the Lexington pike. Lien retained on colts to secure service fee. Care taken to prevent accidents and escapss but not responsible should any occur. Telephone 393. FOREST STAPP. booked in stands. She aked permission to look at the route, and after glancing at the sheet said: "No, sir; it's good enough for them as wante it, but no more of them pitcher and bowl circuits for mine." When the Tenor Fainted. "I seek Jor thee in every flower," a tenor solo, had been selected by tbe visitor from the city who was to sing at the village concert Being asked what he was going to sing, he wrote that he had chosen "I seek for thee" (in A flat). In the program it accordingly appeared as: "Song, "I Seek for Thee In a Flat'." Troubles of Book Reviewer. tbe life of a reviewer of novels must always be one perpetual struggle between his prejudices and his conscience. "Oh. I say," cries Prejudice, "I don't like this book at all." "Read on, replies Conscience Bternly "It's a perfectly good book. It's simply your wicked nature that makes you object to it" A Book Reviewer in London Punch. I suppose muscle. The Press That Does The best. ... y"- - Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. Where You Want It City convenience brought right to your country home. Think what it would mean to have an abundance of water under pressure the year round, ready just where needed at the turn of a faucet. WATER 1 When You Want It i Fairbanks- - Morse Pneumatic Water Systems give service equal to and in many respects superior to city service. A water system is the greatest comfort in the rural home. Lighten the work for your wife and family by install ing a plant. We build outfits for any size farm or suburban home and assist you in working out all details of Bathroom installation. Write today. for copy of Catalog No. GM no Kitchrt l The draft breed of horses that stands second In importance to the Percheron in France la the Boulonnals, A picture of the head and chest of a stallion of that breed Is shown herewith. Am American admirer of the Boulonnals said recently: "It would do some of our horse dealers good to see these patient beasts, harnessed to those great eprlnglejs Ion? bodied carts In the streets ot Boulogne, moving with a quick, agile stride, and a load, iscludlng the vehicle, of well over four tons behind them. The Boulonnals is a fast walker and moves straight forward with the head held aloft, exhibiting the greatest ease in his movements." Weanlings ought not to be exposed to the elements at night or on the stormiest days. Access to a roomy, closed shed or run in fours in a roomy box will bo found right. The run of a good blue grass field will afford exercise and some feed. Plenty of exercise in tbe open with the cbanue to grow a good coat is as essential as feed in making a good frame. Weanlings handled 'in this manner may look a bit shaggy, but they will do much better than the pampered kind. It Is hard to feed too much if tbe feeding is done regularly and the opportunity for exercise is right. Puffy joints and cocked ankles, unless the tendency is strongly Inherited, come from heavy feed and not enougb play in the open Weanlings do better when by themselves, than when running and feeding with older horses. Grooming when the bedding is plentiful is not much In need under this system. The feet should be regularly looked after at least once a month. A good hoof rasp is the proper tool with which to level up the foot Don't let tbe toes get too long and keep the hoof wall slightly beveled on tbe outside to prevent splitting. Much can be done to remedy faulty conformation of legs by skillful and regular attention to the growing colt's feet If the stable is clean and free from mites at tbe settlsg In of winter there Is likely to be no trouble from Ilea Free tbe colts from worms at the beginning of winter rather than wait for the foals to get out of shape generally. IMPROVING I rk-'r- Ecu I "wzi-- Outfits furnished for operation by engine, windmill, electric motor or by hand. Bros. Haselden Ky. Lancaster, $& lry Zpfvf It is Cheaper to Renew Than to Buy New iJW I I shoeing is ruinous to any horse's feet unless frequently chnnged. I know of horses allowed to carry their shoes for thrap months, and some until they are worn off. No wonder so many horses' feet are ruined. We frequently see colts shut in stables for all winter and no attention paid to their feet and by spring their hoofs are two or three and even four inches too long and pasterns sprung back and toes turned up until you would declare that both feet and pasterns were ruined. Yet when properly trimmed and turned out to pas ture they soon come all right UlackMiiiths often damage a horse's foot by holding redhot shoes too long at one place and by making shoes too short and narrow, producing contracted hoofs, corns, side bones, etc. Black smiths are often in a hurry and sometimes fit tbe foot to tbe shoe instead of the shoe to the foot which is the proper way. Another fault .of too man smiths is they do not cut or trim enough from the bottom of tbe foot and, on the other band, cut back too much of the shell in order to make the foot fit the shoe, exposing too much of the tissues of the foot thus allowing water to soak in and oil to evaporate. The enamel or coating of tbe hoof should not be broken or removed more than possible. Warding Off Milk Fever. may come down with milk fever during any season of tbe year on new green grass as well as on winter feed, but the attacks are most common in winter and spring, before turning on grass. One attack makes a cow prone to a second, but that may be warded off by ample exercise and light, laxative rations during the last two months of pregnancy. The cow should be dried off at least six weeks before calving. Feed plenty of bran and flaxseed meal to keep tbe bowels freely open and make tbe cow take outdoor exercise every day. Milk the affected teats three times a day. massaging the quarters thoroughly at each milking time, and at night rub thoroughly with a mixture, of one part each of fluid extract of pokeroot and belladonna leaves and six parts of Warm melted lard or sweet oil. Cows THE FLOCK. The ONLY Correct Process For Pressing Work Done While You Wait. Dry Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing. In every home is Furniture that looks fit only for the ttic, or the wood shed. Simply get can of BANNA'S LUSTRO-FINIS- H and in a few minutes for a few cents you will hare a new and handsome chair or tablet or cabinet. You can give it an Oak or a Mahogany finish, whichever you prefer. No painting experience is needed just Lus-tr- o and a brush. You'll really enjoy the work. 4 Crossbreeding Effective In Producing General Purpose Sheep. Considering facilities for handling-su- ch as lay of land, feed, shelter, size of flock to run together, etc. each of the modern breeds of sheep has its qualities, peculiarities, adaptability, and some require more feed and care than others, but all can be used for a special purpose in crossbreeding or breeding up common stock. Tbe Delaine Merino excels In longevity, also in weight and fineness of fleece; but the lambs are not as good sellers on tbe fall market as the Down breeds. Yet the Merino blood Is tbe cornerstone of the sheep industry. s The long wool sheep, such as and I.lncolns, raise a large marketable lamb, their wool is weighty and coarse and is often discounted. A cross between these fine and coarse wool breeds makes one of the best general purpose sheep for this country we have. These half blood sheep shear a heavy fleece or medium wool, which brings the highest market price, and the lambs are better for market under the care of the average farmer than either of their full blood ancestors. High class sheep are as beautiful in lines of form and style as are fine horses. So. after throwing out 111 shaped sheep, tbe basic principle In studying your flock of ewes is the weight and quality or their wool and tbe value of the lambs they produce. If the flock Is of two or more distinct types it may be necessary to divide it and use different rams until you can cull down and develop a uniform flock, which is most desirable. If yourewe are of good form and size, but shear light fleeces, or if their wool is coarse like the Lincoln or Cotswold a Delaine ram will Increase the constitution and shearing qualities of tbe lambs. If your Hock shears well, but ewes are small, get an Oxford or a Hampshire ram. If your dark faced ewes, which you perhaps call Shrop-kblreare short wooled and 'light boned use dark laced Oxford or white raced Ramboniilet rams. Cots-wold- Lancaster PHONE Dry Cleaning Faulkner, Mgr. Co. 230. L. W. PUBLIC SQUARE Public Sale. I Having decided to move West will on Q mired" once fnr nil iv Calumet For Baily use in millions of kitchens haa proved that Calumet is highest not only in ..f.'.. 1...L in f..i.irtAll.llMnB 7,ll- litis jailing in results pure to the extreme and wondertuliy economical in use. ask youx grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. Saturday, May 16th. o'clock p. m., offer to the highest and best bidder the following: 1 at Received Highest Awards W.rir.rw. - fitzttlin. Oiaf.aKra.Fruc. Hit lijiiWliZZri s, SUBSCRIBE FOR FOR BALK BY The Central Record, gjiialfatMtiHirtw.liili. 1 All my household and kitchen furniture, jlall of which is apparently new, 1 Cast Range good as new, 1 family horse for either saddle or harness, 1 set of harness, one $130.00 buggy almost new, 1 milk cow, 1 brood sow, 4 nice shosts, 1 saddle, about 50 or 60 fence posts, 1 lawn mower and lots of items that are not mentionod in this bill. Terms made known on day of sale. CONN BROTHERS. $ 1 .00 Per Year. Noah Spainhower. Page 4 The Central Record INCORPORATED. The Central Record, Thursday April 30, 1914 GARRARD COUNTY'S HISTORIC LANDMARK. BOND ISSUE FAILS IN PULASKI. The dreaded disease Issued Weekly. S1.00 a year. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L ELKIN. Business Manager. Entered at the n l'ot Office s in IjHicaster. Ky Secoud-l'lns- MhII Mutter. Member Kentucky Press Association ' , and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., April 30, 1914. Rates For Political Announcement: For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .5 j.'X) Vor County Offices l.00 Z oo For State and District Oflices .1 For Calls, per line n For Cards, per line For ai publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per . .10, III . Obituaries:, per line .03. i i A. O. Stanley will i Ik- - i th-P- s Democratic voters of "i Tut-d- t t.iek vicinity at 2 o'clock P. May dth in behalf of his M can-du-- I e for the democratic nomination i f ' l ued Stales Senator. n Tu. democrats should turn out "M"WWM""WWMIM p' i .t rv..-hear Mr. Stanley, first, lie is a splendid exponent of souid dt . rat ic principles, an arJent sup Congressman A, O. Stanley will address the port, r of President Wilson in his efforts to re.!. em party pledges and give the democratic voters of Paint Lick at 2 o'clock p. m., ccurtn, a good sound democratic gu-e- rt Tuesday, May 5th. On Monday the 4th, he will be at m "t. second because tie is an eloquent speaker, and last because he has Waynesburg, Lincoln Co., when he will speak to the provtn himself a true friend to that - close to the hearts and inter-c'- s voters of that county. v'i . 1 the pep le of Paint Lick, the i iwuwMirJMiii to' . o industry. Many of the people nwiouiiimiii of the Stttte as well as of Boone, KenLicl; neighborhood heard of ti:i Paint ton nnd other distinguished Kentuekians, Mi. Mjmey'a celebrated tobacco speech THE a tides of historical interest, old ir- I ancufter, many of them are manuscripts, etc. Here hours can be with his attitude toward the profitably spent, in comfort and with tabai u interests in the slate, inar.j of pleasure. them know just how much Mr. Stanley Eveiyone should see the many a l:..s acei.mpliglied in behall of the growers of Kentucky, never EVERYONE SHOULD SEE IT beautiful features of this beau'iful building the half of w''ich we cannot missing an opportunity to do everything Take Advantage Of The Cheap Rate To tell. Besides all this you can visit the wuhu. hi. power to advance their in- the penitenhit. Governors Man.-iotelest-Frankfort. tiary and other points of interest. It i believe Mr. Stanley is the most will be a day profitably spent and one logical candidate for the Senate, he has When the Legislature of 1PU4 met that will be of educational value to madt a plendid record as a member of the State of Kentucky was practically both old and young. Co: press, and we believe his sphere of 0 usefulness tvould be widened by sending out cf debt, a bill appropriating?!. for the purpose of erecting a new 1 We believe that im to the Senate. body with when the good democrats of the Paint State Capitol passed that but one dissenting vote, and a commisLick neighborhood hear Mr. Stanley the that thej will come to our way of sion to carry out the provisions of The result was thinking. He is making a very aggres- act was appointed. one of the handsomest, if not the most sive campaign, he has made many speeches throughout the state and will handsome, in the United States, conWITH ELEVEN MUSICIANS two hundred and seventy-fou- r Billy Burton's "Bleucher" was out continue to make them up to the time tains rooms and apartment, and is someand made a splendid show, as he always PATTERSON. With Litllejohn' Carnival Company. of the prftnarv election. Mr. Stanley does, and attracted a host of admirers lias been attacked by many of his, let thing of which every Kentuckian can Mrs. Mary R. Patterson died at the Frank Foley, of Hacklev had his us say those who are opposed to his be proud. Grella's Band of eleven people is family residence on Richmond street in "High Preston" a handsome son of The face-wor- k of the building is concandidacy , and upon every occasion has with the LittleJohn Carnival Co. which Bedthis city at 5:15 o'clock Sunday after- Carroll Preston on exhibition and he is come through the ordeal with Hying structed of Oolitic limestone from will appear here during the week of noon, and after funeral services at the a handsome specimen of Washington ford, Indiana, with a Vermont granite colors, each attack seeming to intrench May nth, and will give a free sacred Methodist church on Monday afternoon, Denmark strain. base and rests upon the concrete him more securely in the estimation of concert in the Park at 1 o'clock Sunday conducted by foundation a solid as the everlasting Dr. E. II. Pearce Holman Brown brought his "Fitz-patricthe people, and his following has. grown afternoon May 10th. All are invited hills. It is surrounded by an architec-tua- l by Rev. S. II. Pollitt, her rea worthy son of Kex Peavine, steadil.v from the beginning of his camand should not miss hearing this splenstone terrace, with concrete floor mains were placed at rest in the Lan- who found many to admire this splendid music paign. caster cemetery. did animal. tome out and hear him, his remarks covered with vitrified brick. The outer Mr. Littlejohn says positively that walls cf the building are ornamented Mrs Patterson has been an invalid be interesting, give them careful win Rutus Moss, "Copper King", a the "High dive" free attraction will with seventy Ionic columns thirty-tw- o for several years, and during that time end ju.--t consideration, and we firmly beautiful sorrel with three white feet be given this year, by Prof. Cole the on the front, four on either end and the suffering which she has undergone tiehevc that jou will come to the coi This company could not have been borne by one with came in for a liberal shire of the crowds thirty on the back. All of them are best in the business. c;usir.i that Mr. Stanley can better care admiration. in Lancaster on two occasions monoliths, twenty-seve- n feet ten inches has been less fortitude than this noble, christian, Raymond Hendren won a hast of foi jour interests than an of the other previous to this and has established a tall and weigh about eighteen tons woman, and yet she was never heard to gentleman who are seeking the nomifriends for his representative of the reputation for carrying only the very each. complain of her sukering or affliction, Peavine family "Kentucky Stonewall. nation lur Congress. The Dome is a close copy of the best attractions, free from anything cheerful to a degree surpassing that "Duke of Denmark" Jr. a splendid would offend, and merits the dome of the Hotel de Invalides, in which evinced by many people in much more stallion was on exhibition by Clarence France, and in the centre of the patronage of the public. Paris. robust health, she was ever ready with Beazley and gives promise of great rotunda ii a circle representing the a cheerful word for those about her. things. position of the red Finnish marble For almost two weeks, it has been Ray and Amon had "Headlight" a sarcophagus containing the ashes of the thought that nearly every day would be beautiful bay by Red Leaf, a horse WITHDRAWS LEAVING great Napoleon. her last, and her suffering during this well known in this vicinity and the sire In the center of the rotunda, under ONE LESS CONTENDER RESULTS FROM INSURANCE time must have been intense, still she of some splendid horses. the dome, rests a magnificent bronze was never heard to murmur. She Forest Stapp brought out "R. C. For Senatorial Nominations. often rallied and recognized her loved Todd" his handsome and speedy statute of Abraham Lincoln, the Conference Held In Louisville. martyred President, and greatest of all ones and those about her, and even a of such stock as Dictator, Lx-- ( or.gressman Dave Smith who Kentucky's gifted sons. It is of heroic The conference held in Louisville last day or two preceding her death when Geo. Wilkes and other well known has lor some time been an announced size, 13 feet from base of pedestal to it was thought the breath was just horses, and made a splendid show with candidate for the senatorial nomina- top of statute, and is the work of the week between the state officials and the representatives of the various in- about to depart from her body, she ral him. tion has announced his withdrawal accomplished sculptor. Mr. A. A. Wien-nasurance companies was prolific of no lied sufficiently to recognize her brother Logan Hubble had "Don Verrick" an from tne i ace in the following card- of Huston, pupil of Augustus St. good in so far as a settlement was con- Dr. IJarton, who came to lier bedside always popular horse with Garrard "With good will toward all and with Gaudens, author of the celebrated cerned. Proposals and cross proposals from his distant home. county people. proiuund gratitude to those who have Lincoln statute which stands in Lincoln made, were rejected and a settlement Mrs. Patterson has been a resident Dick Scudders "All Peavine" and J. been for me, I now retire from the Park, Chicago. This was presented to of the insurance muddle seems as re- of Lancaster for the past 21 years and G. Cecil's "Thistle Doune" and "Chime-wood- " race." the State by Mr. J. B. Speed, of during this entire time has been promiwere among the high class This leaves the race between Con- Louisville, at a cost of 2o.000, and is mote a possibility now as it ever did, and all negotiations looking to an nently identified with every good work animals from a distance, and they all gressman A. (). Stanley. Gov. McCreary pronounced by experts to be more per- amicable adjustment of the difficulties that has been attempted, active in three came in for their usual amount and Reekham, and the fect than the Chicago statue. are declared off, at least for the pre- church and VV. C. T, U. work, ever of admiration. race is now on anj will become more For elegance of finish the Corridors, willing to assist to the best of her abiland more heated until the primary on Stairmege and Nave are surpassed by sent. Taylor Rainey's "Shelbark," Jess In the meantime the feeling of un- ity in these or other good causes. A Sweeney's "Diamond Dick and Hughes August J.li. no State Capitol and are equalled bv certainty and unrest continues to exist lady of an unusually bright intellect, Aldridge Silver Silks were the represen few. throughout the state; the feeling of and liberally educated, of a cheerful The lunettes of the nave are orna- impending calamity because of the im- disposition under any and all circum- tatives of the horse miniature on exmented with handsome oil paintings, minent possibility of the people being stances, she endeared herself to the hibition end the were as hardsome a which are exceedingly interesting, and unable at no distant date to secure in- people of LaucasUr as few people have lot of ponies as ever gladdened a childtreat of ctrlv events in the history of surance upon their property, and the ever been able to do. She united with ish heart. Kentucky. Jacks were much in evidence, and depression in resulting business. the Methodist church shortly after takState Reception Room is one of the Merchants are curtailing their oiders ing up her residence in Lancaster and when one familar with the line points Follows Gas Explosion In Vresl Virginia most beautiful apartment in the build- to a material extent, many of them of has since been an active and consistent of these animals looked over the bunch Mines. ing, the design being of the Louis XIV their own accord, and not a few of member. Airs. Patteison was widely he censed to wonder why it was that. As a result of an explosion of gas in period, and resembles very much the them because of the fact that the and favorably known throughout the Garrrd county was the mecca for buymules, and that the New River Collieries Co., mines Nos. 5 Public Reception Room of Queen Marie wholesale people are not extending county, through having from time to ers of high-claand 0 at Eccles W. Va., Tuesday after- Antoinette, in the Palace at Versailles, credit as freeelv aj was their wont time assisted her husband in his duties ynest mules in the country were bred 's noon, eleven miners are known to he France when insurance was obtainable for as local agent for the Louisville & in this 3 It is handsomely furnished with every dollars worth of goods carried. Nashville III R. Co. exhibition demonstrated dead. 59 rescued, all seriously burned Circassian Walnut, the Uncertainty and unrest of borrowers Mrs. Patterson was born on August conclusively the 'fact that the horse and two hundred others are entombed d in the buring mines, not one having es- walls are decorated with because of the imminent possibility of 2, 18G2, at Sublette, III., and was the and mule raising industry in Garrard caped since the explosion. Govern- cartoons of the Gobelin Tapestry and the calling in of loans, the possibilty of daughter of J. B. and Helen farton. county was by no means on the wane, d floor.coverea with a rug the foreclosing of mortgages, because She was married to Mr. G. M. Patter that the automobile was in no wise 1 ment and state and volunteer rescuing the parties are madiy seeking to rescue of the French Ellane quality, manufac- of the adctthat no insurance is obtain- son on May 20, 1885 and to that union supplanting the horse, and the ftrmers the entombed men, but because of the tured especially for the purpose. This able upon the property which serves as was born a child. Miss Grace Helen as never before were turning their of this place, who with her tention, not only to the raising of stock extreme heat, little progress is being room represents an expense of $9,300 collateral for the mortgage, and final made and it is greatly feared that the the furniture and window hangings ruin staring them in the face. father survives the deceased. Mrs. but to the raising of good stock, and men will all be dead before the res- cofting ?o,000. the wall decorations Patterson is also survived by one sister that there was a determination upon In the meantime the Green-Glen- n $2,200 and the carpet $1,800. This Insurance Bill, the cause of all of this Who resides in Spokane, Wash., and by the part of our people to make Gar-tw- o cuers can reach them. The new River Co. employs about latter was woven in Austria, the work uneasiness, the measure which was brothers, Dr. Barton, of Oak Park rard county one of the best horse and 1500 men in the two mines where the requiring four months' time, and it is passed over the strenous objections of 111., and Mr. John J. Barton, of Sub- - mule raising counties, in the best horse 3) explosion took place. Two car loads of so heavy that the loom was broken so many of the taxpayers of the state, lette, III., both of whom are wellknown and mule raising states in the United It is 16x54 feet and remains upon the statute books, and in Lancaster, the former having been a States. coffins have been ordered from Cincin- three times. a-nati. The Governor and other high of- weighs 1,027 pounds, is said to be the i with no visible inclination upon the frequent visitor and the latter a one-- l Walking Dan, a handsome individual, ficials of the state are at the scene do- largest specially designed rug eyer part of the officials of the state to time resident of Lancaster owned and exhibited by Charlie Creech, ing a'll they can to assist in the work woven, and the most splendid specimen shelve it for the time being and permit A wide circle of friends are joined by 0f Paint Lick, was much admired for of rescue. Scenes about the burning of the Louis XIV period extant in the the insurance companies to return to the Record in extending sympathy to his breeding and saddle qualities. , Elgin, the onlv Percheron on exhibi- - 3 mines are heart rending. The recent United States. the state and restore the old time order the bereaved husband and daughter. I At the south-weenacted Workmen's Compensation Act angle of the first of business, or to adopt any other tion, and owned by . B. Ii. Halcomb, provides $20. per month for the widows floor are located the apartment of the means to lift the people of the state Seed corn and seed oats for cash at Bryantsville, make a good show and Converted manv breedinff of this of the dead men and $3. per month for Historical Society, where are displayed from the slough of despond into which low nrieps. children not exceeding three in number the portraits of all but six Governors they have been cast. Garrard Miliing Co. class of horses, i hill-top- s, i SEW rt STATE HOUSE to-b- . 000,-0l)- PR0RE0CC0 LLA Should the proposed highway over The election held in Pulaski on the the "Old Wilderness Road" become a 24th to vote upon the issuance of fact, penetrating as it would that part $300,000, bonds for road purposes, of Kentucky described by Theodore failed of the necessary two thirds Roosevelt in "The Winning of the majority. Nothing daunted by their by Winston Churchill in West" and defeat, the advocates of good roads in "The Crossing", many points of intercounty will call another'election as est, worthy of admiration, would be the soon as the law will permit, and they brought to light, as it were, from the expect to follow the old adage "if ?t obscurity in which they have lain since first you do'nt succeed, try try again", pioneer days. until the bond issue does carry, and The summer pleasure parties that Pulaski is placed upon an equal footing motor so continuously over the Crab with her neighboring counties in the Orchard and Lancaster turnpike that Blue Glass as to the matter of good on fine days the dust never lies, little roads. know that the knob which projects nflSrcr&9'U5rejxvL3 TLn&sr3u&''?i&rT2u&uGnn2Ljar sheet ly near the highway, a scraggly u B. F. HUDSON, President- plume of pine a top, about three miles J. J. WALKEK. Vice Prest. SWOPE-EDVARDu from Lancaster, is crested with a landW. O. P.igkey, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walkkr. Jr., M On the night of the 19th; int., Miss mark of unusual interest. Here lies W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. the stone foundation of Gilbert Creek liessie rwope ami air. narry tuwarus, i church, the first Baptist church organi- prominent young society peoplo of A ft ORGAXIZF.n 1SS3. zed in Kentucky, and built about the the Alarksbury section attended meeting at the "Fork." the conAfter close of the eighteenth century. An ascent may be made by a grassy de clusion of the services they mj sterious-l- y 1 dissapcared, and nothing further was pression, the bed of the old dirt road, which winds up the hill. Crows caw heard from them until a telephone mes- ii OF LANCASTER. KY. mockingly above the stark tiees, dark sage caire to their parents from Ind., telling of their elopeleaves are malted among the tombH stones a slant, but one has a keen ment and their inability to secure marin the Indiana town, and This bank is supervised by the United States Government sense of that sort of delight which riage license imploring their parents to come to 'n sheer elevation gives. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all Hill-to- p greets while below assistance. What else was there to do things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help yoo. the country spreads smoothly away they telephoned their consent to the isMake this bank YOUR bank. toward the westward, Lancaster show- suance of the license, the bride was 17 rare,. ifrrm mrr fimnt. ra pretty in a dip of the land. The i and the groom 20, and 'Squire Keigwin rfCTWTkrrrTBffnygga.JgRngrt ing foundation lines run about eighteen tied the knot and the happy young feet by ten feet, indicating a building couple returned to the parental roof. J touchingly small, a tiny outpost facing The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rod Swope and the groom a son infinite savagery. So long have the stones lam without of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Edwards, both superstructure that an aged tree stands prominent families in the lower portion : in the very centie of the enclosure of the county. Weather-pro- K ; oi r '.ttire '"it The graves ale close and huddled as in vpaint that is elastic, ciint .i English churchyards, with here and ri rv v v n. t t c bearing ancient there incr. Paint rr.ade frvir dates and family names long unknown in the neighborhood. When one recalls the stories that ANNUAL HORSE SHOW AT aW t &'I (Sulci 3oy Pcintzr TfC- - . rJC have come down from the old meetingdays, of how the male worshipers house and pure linseed oil will protect TRACT LARGE CROWD went armed against Indian attack, your house arid S2,vc repair bills leaving alwajs two brethren on the because it has- - tho;-- realities. TO TOWN MONDAY. outside to do guard duty, one appreciates what a point of vantage the hillThe annual horse show, held each It will beautify your h.r.ne, for top was. Of colonial red brick and court, out.classed anything this white trim, the house must have been a April it can be tinted to suit your taste along the same line in fair thing to see to those who came year ever seen and your house's surroundings. Lancaster. More horses, better horses from the log and frame homesteads for people to see them exhibited and more Our Owrer' Piuntinf; Guide vritl help vou ,'n color worship. selections, besides sivmg many paat truths Oet oui been in Lancaster on court In a later generation Alexander than have copy cow. day in manv years. The beautiful anCampbell and other pioneers of the imals, seemingly conscious of the fact "Campbellite" movement preached they were the cynosure of all eyes here, gathering early converts to the that fairly outdid themselves, and "Casey denominations now known as the Dison parade" never stepped more proudciples of Christ. From LouisvilleTimes ly. "Blackleg" Is In the County Better Vaccinate your cattle at once. We Have the Vaccine. icileterts Drua Store. trul7$; Book-Keeper. S. f ; ls Citizens National Bank Surplus $40,000. Capital $50,000. i irrrv. Save Your House and Money ' D Kffi 5 t J? MM m IS Phoenix White Lead t o W"i C. C. &. J. E. Stormes W$Miit'"-Ji5M R. E. McRoberts W$fcr$ KSPeSmT aursm fig? L..- -. sfslg -- WiS ?sSx w gfSZ er I ptf&tfttRAft) iiratitei!ftj&fttt3& S OUR DAVE SMITH 1 SETTLEMENT nt I ; n, Cream DEPARTMENT. IS NOW OPEN. Blue Grass Dairy 1 HEAVY LOSS I Sice Co OF LIFE. rjvvw&jmfM$fm mmMMkfim&gy 3? ss county-Monday- He Knows A Good Thing that husband of yours. When he sees you using White Swan Flour be sure that he expects some fine bread, bis cuits or cake. He's right too. WHITE SWAN FLOUR Try a sack and show him hand-carve- d hand-painte- hard-woo- J fifl4g3w s makes the finest of such things. I that you are as good a baker as his mother ever was. st to-th- i Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills The Central Record, Thursday April John Deere, Black Hawk and Moline C. A . Arnold. Mrs. 30,- - 1914. Page 5 School Notes. e Com T f k k&Mtikttt Disc and Drag Harrows. IsgBra sfesjCZ d. M hebe's W tsbrasi Wn flaPWuEia DC &Go. case. nnc 3CZZDCZZZ3E: m mmmum irn jI Full of the newest de signs in Spring and Sum mer Dress Goods, and just received from our wholesaler. Pretty things to interest the ladies, dainty fabrics that are sure to be soon worn by our wisest -s . r tj1. Plenty of patterns to choose froni.but all the materials of the latest designs and best qualities. Come and look at them and they will coax you to buy, as they are earnest persua- cas-tome- n kJ- 'fill-- . dert. Vi -- HP 'v Z). Et 3C ANTICIPATION js more than miitched in realization w'len ;uii vfresh mrs !f t a g!a-- s of our sparkling (iingir Ale. Le.non Ther-- - is a Soda or other be erag.. s flavor about them tli.it i'ra-i- 'i i'ivn palate. Hut you cannot know how goi they are without a tiiai. Come in .u.d look uer our new plant. u-i1 THE CASH STORE. ninrz3czmcz: !2sSfefeT 13, ir jn ' m,v 4 -- !&a 'a; : I QScSceS'.. e e.- , f- .c3JL 63f, Lancaster i tling BotCo. I EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build cement Silos 12. 14 and 16 feet in diameter, any height. We have had many experiences in this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., if you need cement work of any kind. PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. tEJHE23SEC?as: We Write Anv Kind of m a .0. ffe Offine 1 at National Bank. i Ky J. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, A. 8EAZLEY & CO. Phone 27. Lancaster Home-comin- g Golored AUGUST W. H. HARRIS, Pres. 6, 7, 8, 1914. JERRY DOTY, Sec'y.' t " air. pi li tHfiimatfiu To The People Who oHagsgtatnfriHkgg Anticipate Building ' Tobacco Barns We have made arrange- - ments with oir mills for ZgT these special bills and can -give prompt service. $1.80 per hundred TOPS f We are making the special price of We are also F. 0. B. cars Lancaster. making a specialty on painted and galvanized roofing. V Don't fail to see us when in need of lumber or roofing. lJ Go. i i li Mr. and Mrs. J. Wesley Walker are STANFORD. rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter, mother and daughter both doing nicely. Prof, and Mrs. J. W. Ireland ar By Win. F. Miller.) Mesdames Win. Jones of Winchester Louisville this week. N Miss Scotta Petty made a stay of and Charles Richardson of Lexington several days in Cincinnati. Last Friday ended another incntlr Mr3. Bettie Jones of Jit. Salem, have returned to their respective homes work. the guest of .Mrs. Lizzie Hocker. Mrs. Emma Higginbotham is in having beeir called here by the death of A Eric! Mtntion of the Comings and ' Miss Edna Berio-la j ren.nt Junction City visiting her sister Mrs. their sister, the late Mrs. James ColGoings by Those Wt Are Interested In. Mrs. Harriett Butler has returned visitor at our school. Burke. lier. home after a visit to Miss Liccie Beaz- - ' caz Base Ball Game Fr.day evening rl . Judge and Mrs. M. D. Hughes are in Mrs. Ella K. I'ayne of Indianapolis, ley. ; p. in. on the local bali i,dr!. I'oiir Mr. T. K. Watson has returned from Louisville visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. E. National Superintendent of children.! Mrs. Dan Traylor has been quite ill j Hughes. About 2 hours time was given Men saveral days stay in Cincinnati. work of the C. W. B. M. will lecture at her home in the country for several day to tli cwo'J pufMU. so tha w Miss Edna Berkle of Bryantsville has at the Christian church on the evening days. Miss Elsie Zimmer has returned j might se the Horse Show. of May fith, and all are cordially invitfrom a virit to relatives in Cincinnati. been the recent guest of Miss Mamie Miss Clara Collier, of Crab Orchard, j ed to attend. Bro. KedJtfe visited not school T i was the recent guest of Miss Mary Mr. Will Doty, of Richmond, was Stormes Dunn. day morning ami delivered a . v Quite a number from here will go to Burdette. Mrs. Jonas Rucker and the Misses here Sunday and Monday home j ewne- address hi "White Life. Shugais ot Richmond motored to Lan- - Frankfort May 2nd on the the excurfolks. Air. and Mrs, Kellev J. Fraocw. of sion under the auspices of the Woman's A Urge crowd of Higb 3Uk Aliidleboro, are gnosis of her father. Squire James Bourne and Miss Mar- caster iuesuay. Club and otiiors will be in attendance and girls will go to FrsKkfort 'aturi'-j Air. .1. S. Hocker. garet Hurt motored to Lexington SatMiss E'lith Horney of Cvnthiana has $2.04 .vil! b- - the far for the rounil , sat the Statu Christian Endeavor Co:i- urday. accepted a cerk ship in R. II. Batson si Airs. Jessie StagR is at heme after a which meets in the capi tol at vention visit to her son Harry Stagg ami wife j Senior Class PIkt "Mercrirfnt Oi Mrs. Edd Walker is in Eminence fcr dl S0(,da store the same time . . .. . Venice Modernized" is being .vor t at Knoxville Tcnn. a visit to her mother. Mm. Annie! Reverend J. Rockwell smith and Dr. .Mr. W. B. Burton was host at a fav the cohs . f oh dilMrentiy. H Raimey. W. M. Elliott made a business trip to Airs. Alary Burch lias returned Lohm- - TJiis play i!i be given Mny I handsome dinner at the Phoenix Hotel ,: Danville Monthly. Mr. and Mis. Tom Ballard were in after a isit to her son. Sam Buret) ami Sohoo! AtKiiioriuw. by iht S 1( in Lexington on last Saturday. Mi-e- Junction City Sunday the guest of ' Mr. and Airs. EJ Ware of Nicholas- - Martha and Helen Gill Mr. Green Clay family at Boligee. Ala. instead or regular Clai" relati es. ville wute recent guests of Mr. and Walker, and Mr. and Airs. Robert AI:s .leiinie Dancan. of Lancasiei, ' Almk fee-- -. Elkin compiising bis circle of guests. has returnel home after a visit to be Mrs. S. A Walker has returned from Mrs. Albert Ware. "ilabe" Lawsos appointed ii a isit to Connors ville Ind., and the Has Bali Nmr for Airs. Millard Rout, of Charlotte, X. sister. Airs. Charlotte Warren. Miss Krankye KaufTman and Mr. Joe r ft Francis were pleasant visitors in i., nas nougnt a nome on Alain street eminence. Airs. Pauline llavs. of Crab Qrchird. wish to announce f..r the ben, lit - f n. near AlcGrorty avenue, from Mr. haa returned home after a visit to bei Bas.-Bal- l Fans of Lancaster th.u t. Miss Jennie Duncan has returned from Ilustonville Sunday. EeUw Las George Waiden. Airs. Rout will move daughter, Mrs. A. S. Price. will be for this . i.n a staj in Stanfoid with her sister .Mrs. Mr. and Mis. James I. Hamilton, to wanvill- - to live with her &on. AI Charlotte Warred. James Cooper, who has boon with &, club, j ! WKh to James Clark and Carlton Elkin motored j Robert Rout. Advocate. ,. t 3av his brother. Edward Cooper at Lite!. - , beKeve g Miss Willie Wilkerson has heen in to Frankfort Tuesday. wi make Mxi,.lh, Miss Loula Slack tias leagued her field. 111. returned homo Sunday. Stanford visiting her cousin Miss Captain of h. Ko,.i JU,'g Messrs W. B. Burton, J. Y. Robin- position with Mr. R. H. Batson and Gertrude Wilkerson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Perkins ami son. of i ment and coo! head. liarrv V ,ir and Price AIcGiath motored to Lex- - after a short visit with her ielative son Mr. Sam Douglas, of Danville, was ' jujrton Tuesday for the races, Xieholasvilie. hae been the guests of The opening game of the Mrs. II. C. Simpson, vill leturn to her hw. Mrs. Belle Perkins and Mrs. Eubanks. High School will b.-- played h, ,,- - I ri,lfr the pleasant guest of Mr. Ben Woods, .as W. S. Henry of Lexington is home in Winchester. Miss Slack has the tirst of the week. M. Mr. and .Mrs. W. J. Romansand little evening with the Karrodsbur. many friends during her stay in .r. m a lew (lays to visit iier made rxpecteu Airs. Ed Perkins and ton of Xichol-aavilit Lancaster, wno will regret to see her grandson, of Lancaster, were here Sat- - "airodsburg l well represent- - I daughter Airs. Henry Simpson. uiday afternoor. the guest of her sister, 'year, waving foatl a good cctco. t;roii are geests of Airs. Perkin's sisleave. Mrs. W. A. Carson. j ifltti to pick fro awl good w.irMii- ter Alra. V. A. Price. Airs A. 0. Hendren of Madison It will be a sou tee of pleaMire to the haj-- I i material. This will ot hi. county spent Monday with her sister.3 many friends of Mrs. V. O. .Messrs Ed and X. B. Price wen- - in iJr. and .Mrs. v.. I.. Penny ami game . Goodloe. from Aliases Bessie and Eunice Prathor. ' daughters, of Danville, returned home iLi: , ., ., . !7. Rmsb. . Cint Var Stanfoid Sunday to see their brother . v.uo recently underwent a serious n. c onstdnilv ..r.. . .. Sunday . Dr. A. S. Price who is ill. Alisses Lettie May McRoberts and operation in a hospital in Ashville "' mother, Mrs. Mary Penny. Medi ia C. to know that she is sufficiently n Mm Elizabeth Bryant of Bryants- - Kest Aliss Margaret Munson of ' New York were vwitors in Danville covered to be able to go to the home of . ville was the guest Satuiday and Sun- JolmN Menefee. Jr, Shelton M. ,her brother Mr. Joseph Mcformack in Saufley and j. W. Ireland, attended the ' Tuesday. n day of Miss Helen Robinson. Hendersoniville N. C. Jinil GraIe ifasd Dvth S- G' 1IaseI'ion an(1 ciremoi.ies of the alinners of Oleika ii ii i Mr. Itobert Dunlay Blanton of Athol ' Mr- - !,nd Mrs- Dann, liasel i,nd Mr- - J- - W- - E,morw ,noto,ttl tJ iMargart Ml- 'r Mr. R. L. Walker, left Mondav for a Temple at Lexington I.ist week. Ky.. bus joined his wife here for a visit !!ons J.K Harrodburg Sunday, the latter for a visit to his mother, Mrs. Frances A " urewy. 1" .Mrs. Forest Fitsgeiahl. of Danville. to Air. and Airs. J. W. Elmore. visit to relatives. Walker, at Huntington West Virginia. and Miss Wilkinson, ot Lancaster, who Watkww. Wro. lulerson. Efek- ou. r Mr. and Airs. George Ballew of gill. CKmde K. Uaines and . was hostess Mrs Walker celebrated herSlth birthday were guests of Miss Gertrude Wilkin- Taylor. Miss BettIe R,bins" Aladisou are here for a visit of several I Tuesday afternoon to the members of .ist Tuesday and is hale and hearty for son last week have returned home days with Miss Tommie Francis. 3rd Grade Lillian Bo v.- ' the Chautauqua Circle at the home of a person oi mat age. itr. walker is a Stanford li2s been withouta telegraph ' Middleton. resident of Isabella Parsonq. Julia M. . Ah-- . E. W. Alorrow was in Lexington ' Airs. W. L. Lawson. county and is visit omce for some time, but the Western' Walker. Eugenia ing a daughter who lives in HuntingDunkp and Eliz.. v t on business last week, and incidentally Union Co., has run wires in here and Hagan. Dr. and Airs. J. J. Pursley arrived ton. Wilmore Enterprise. attended the races one afternoon. will open up an office at an early date. Sunday morning I rom Atlanta for a Itii Grade -- JoJmetta Karra h ii Mr. W. C. Davis and daughter Mrs. Mrs. John J. Barton and children of visit to Airs. Pursley's paients. Air. and Gov. J. C. W. Beckham who is mak- Taylor. Jaih. Haseklen. Helen Gi,l,v. b. Ball were called to Campbells-vill- e Sublette III., ars guests of Airs. Barton, s Alr. Allison F. Sanders. ing a great race for the democratic Samuel Slliott. DeJIr. li. Hughes ?r,l by the serious illness of their son parents Air. and Airs. John Walter. nomination for United States Senator, Ida Mae Baierlein. Mount returned Thursday Aliss Joan and brother, Mr. Sam Davis. However, will speak here on Saturday afternoon, from a stay with her sister Alesdames reports 5th Grade Elisha CarMer, Kvciy.i Air and Mrs Forest Fitzgerald f from bis bedside are encourag- May Jth. Danielg. Richard Boyle. Lucy Jlars- Danville, have been visiting her par- I nomas Wilson in Bowling Ureen anu ing and it is thought he will soon be Shelby Allen in Lagrange. ..( Mrs. James Denton, of Somerset, xMr Win. Embrv. Chde Holtztl.nv ents, Air. and Airs. R. B. Wilkinson. .... .. sulncientlv improved to be brought to uKene w)enran. i Aliss Allie Dunn who holds a good his home at this place, until which time Jr.hn Higgle, and daughter Miss Julia, rade-The- lma W B. Burton and Aliss Helen Gill. Hamilton 'o of Richmond, attended the burial of' 't', position as teacher in Doliivar, Tenn., Mrs. Ball will remain at his bedside. F,3ner KPss, . Nettie Farmer ami Green Clay Walker ard Aliss Alartba was e Mrs. Elizabeth Higgins here Tuesday called to the ot her sister Gill motored to Lexington Saturday. Lillian Estes. Miss Pearl Bettis, who for many afternoon. Aliss Levy Dunn who is now improving. 7tn Grade-Bern- ict years has served as book keeper at the M Champ. Cap't. J. A. Dot. and Air. A. D. M. Walter, of Portland Ore. who J Davis. Hud-soAlesdames store of Mr. R Dr. and Airs. Cooley, Krisbie. Cowm.inCrant' it. Batson, has resign Leavell attended the funeral of Mrs.. Theodoie Wintersmith and Ernest ed her position, and will take a lonj is visiting his parents. .Mr. and Mrs. J. , Clayton Morrow. Clay MilkV , . J.ir B Susau Taylor Woods in Stanford last Sprague of ..c i..0uji. ... .....v. ... t Louisville motored to Lan-Wi- r. and much needed rest before taking W Wultnr nt ...... ....,. v.. . ...... tli.rnuul Komaiw, Nelle KilmUt ami I cr, Friday. caster and were guests of Airs. up other duties. Miss Pearl is one of of his uncles. Wallace andJcsse Walter Swinebtoad Mesdames Arbuckles. R. Cook. c'th Grade Florence Atton. M I the most efficient book keepers in here last week. mons and Shrewsbury ui iviuuiiiuiiu n:i. ,.. Kinnaird of Central Kentucky, and is very popular Ur. Virgil Misses Mary and Carrie Reid and Beazley. Mane BrananMn. Vnl VllUIiC were recent guests of Airs. Samuel ' Philadelphia was recently honored by socially in Lancaster, and her many Giacie Comely. members of the ellici - ' J,ary Owsley. James Slier M- Johnson. being elected lieutenant of the ambul- - friends hope that she will not seek ent force of the Lancaster Record, Walker and Guy Watkins. Mrs. Theo Currey visited o.jr s I Alrs. George Smith Sr.,and Aliss ' ance corps with power to arrest any employment elsewhere. paid this oiltce and appreciated call Wednesday morning, in the intir Eliza Smith were guests of the formers culprit in the city. The reception held last Monday after- Saturday afternoon. The Woraans Clhb about gettir. sister. Airs. Sophronia Fox, m Danville Airs. Given? Terrill and daughter noon by Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts in Mrs. J. M. HoIIoway and little daugh crowd to go to VraBfcfojrt, last week. Katun , Miss Janie have been confined to their compliment to her bouse guest. Miss ter Frances, of Knoxville Tenn. who May 2nd. Mrs. Currey spok. t .Margaret Munson, of .Medina, New have been visiting hr sister. Mrs. John - throat Miss Margeret Arnold of Aladison rooms recently suffering withof the M .n Institute Richmond is at home for a trouble, but both are sufficiently con- York, was a recbereh airair in its every Bright Jr. are the guest of relatives siou, Pen ami CafMtol. Governors etc. The loum) trip will appointment: the handsome home was at Lancaster and Paint Lick. parents Judge and Mrs. valescent as to be about the house. visit with her only he $2.00 awl a crud of si heoi embellished with large sprays of lilacs Vern Myers, the high diver, that was children will go. and other early flowers, while the dinwa- - here ing hall and table decorations prettily with the strett carnival that American Peculiarity. indicated the same c6Ior combination last week was painfully injured on FriAn entirely new line of The fjVnuans lielieve lhai if our day night. He was knocked unconof lavender and green, the ices and right hand itchts ywi ill get money confections also carrying out the same scious after his dive by being struck in If jour It't hand itches jow will siend color scheme; Miss Annie Maigaret the head by a heavy metal ring in the much. AmerlcaHS are the only In the world who have both hands Elkin was in the receiving line with net in which be leaped. Most of the little city of McKinney itching all the time. the hostess, and honor cnest, while Mrs. Robert Eikin Misses Jane and waj destroyed by fire on last Friday of the unusual sort produced by Mary Doty assisted in entertaining. about noon. The fire started in the Depends on Circumstances. One of the most attractive featuies of home of Miss Jennie Huston and spread It Is bad luck 10 hear a l..g b.u ii the affair was the fine piano playing of rapidly to the adjoining bouses. Th night. This siiperetition has been Miss Munson who charmed the as- Baptist church and several other of the found to depend on circumstances ' it ts a matter of ulioso doe. If Its semblage with her brilliant repertoire. good buildings were consumed. Your consideration and patronage will be appreciated. the dog nest door, the best thing .to Mr. T. J. Price was "at home" to Dr. G. G. Perry, one of Stanford's use Is a ftattron, bat a good aim I? the Woman's Club on Friday afternoon best known physicians, left last week even moio valuable. from o to o. A profusion of spring for New. York City, where he will blossoms gave the handsome apartments spend several weeks and then he will Kfc 3S3Ss kbMtf4tv(Ma'UMU9 Legitimate Finance. a gala appearance. In the receiving go from there to London. Berlin. Vien- "I admits I stole d- - gomls, Jedge, ' line with the host were Mis. T. Currey na and other places of interest abroad said the old darky, "but I done so hon ' estly. the president, Mrs. W. R. Cook, the before returning home. I didn't want de goods for tc consumo 'em. I 'lowed dey would oi president elect, and Mrs. Geo. 1). Rob Mrs. Elizabeth Higgins passed away ' omen. for a reward fer 'em. den Vd give 'cm inson, lately from the South. at an early hour Sunday morning after up an" git enough money ter pay mj Mrs. John E. Stormes and Mrs. Joe E. BY MRS. G B. ROSE, Ok Bkyantsvill, Ky. a lenghty illness. Her death had been rent." Atlanta Coiioitation. Robinson presented the guests- - to those if expecte I for several days, but at the in the receiving line; little Misses Sal-li- e same time it was a surprise to her host Couldn't Blamd Him. Cook and Emma Goodloe Gregory of friends and relatives. She wa3 in Employe "Sir, I would respectfully presented the card trays; Mrs. F. B SUtli year, the ueceaseu is sur- ask you for an increaso of salary;.! Markcbury, vice president and Aliss her by FRUIT SALAD. her brother, W. II. Higgins, a have got married lately." Manager of vived Gill, vice president elect, bad Helen prominent hardware dealer of this city Works "Very sorry, Horaeyhand. I supervision of the luncheon course and a sister. Mrs. Kittie Hopper, be- - can be of no assistance to you. Tho while Mrs. Robert Embry and Misa II oranges, 3 apples, The funeral company la not responsible for any acides ten grandchildren. Tommie Francis, Secretary and Treashappen to its employes services was held at the home of her cidentsoffthat 10c almonds, urer elect also assisted in entertaining. son, W. H. Higgins Tuesday afternoon when duty." 2 bananas, The large assemblage cf women reat 2:30 by Rev. P. Bruce, pastor of the 10c Amalgo grapes, i can pineapple. paired to their respective homes pio-fu- Presbyteriar. church, of which this in their praise of their gracious good woman was a faithful member. This makes large dish. and handsomely attired hostess. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS CULUM. The interment occurred in the Buh"alo cemetery. V- - Gossip About eople vg David Ross is from a spell of illness. recuperating , i ; ' i I ,! j t 1 r . 11 -- - j - le i.-- -- ; i"f trt ITT" p. Ct-am- - Ga-irar- - i i i bed-sid- I I r-- - I i , ; i MIDSUMMER HATS. ss 97? !ella Arnold. - I I favorite Recipes - i nown :BSgsesE,s3K3sesesesssEEs:s se Deafness Cannot Be Cured n.A.. No Substitutes to the grocer all RETURN sent you for Royal ing Powder There is no substitute for ROYAL. Royal is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful. Powders offered as substitutes are made from alum. 9 li I y ii Lancaster lumber & M'fg i Logan hereby notifies all the creditors of said H. T. Lotran that it will on the 8 day of May 1914 receive claims against the said estate of said Logan at the office of the Garrard Band and Trust Company in Lancaster, Ky.. and will continue its sittings for a period of 20 days, said claims to be pre sented to said Assignee properly proven Anv creditor failing to present at the NOTICE. lititrllrt i mnnrlio ttvnM.i timatEfatarl All persons having claims against after'his claim properly proven to said the estate of Mrs. Mary Purciful, will assignee, shall be deemed to have waivpresent same to me properly proven ed his right to any part of the assigned estate, this April lRn-l- . and verified. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co, J. E. Robinson, Executor, Assignee, H. T. Logan. under will of Mary Purcifull. applications, as they cannot roach the diseased portion of the ear. Thiro 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 Kustacblan Tube. When this tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed. Deafness is the result, 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. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists. 75c Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation. toy local ASSIGNEES NOTICE. The Undersigned Garrard Bank and Beautiful folding bed and couch, for Mrs J. A. Anion. sale. Brown. 'Leghorn Trust Company as assignee of H. T. eggs for sale. 50c a setting, tf ., Earl Farra, Lancaster Ky. IPhone 1Q5 ... Plants: Plank: Plants. We have them, season. All varieties of the W. B. Ball. ' 6 per cent loans may be secured improvement- - or other purposes, for on resi- iarms, orcnaru tanus, ousiness or dent property and to extend or repay mortgages or otler existing encumbrances, terms attractive, special options. Correspondence .solicited; ad- dress 767 Gas & Electric Bnildinir ' Denver, Colorado, , K3t ' .? Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday April 30, 1914. Copper King, 4582. This handsome and royally bred saddle stallion will make the season at my place; one mile north of Bryantsville, on Lexington pike at j John Morgan, Jr., $10.00 for Jennet. 3705. Kill The Catarrh Germ-- Use A Good Jack, and a Stud Pony to make the season ta Hyomei. method Do not delay and continue to suffer from catarrh, head colds, bronchitis or snifles. It is not only needless end annoys your friends, but dangerous to your general health. Begin the Hyomei treatment at once. It is one of the easiest, quickest, and surest ways to clear the head and quickly and permanently banish catarrh. Hyomei being medicated air immediately reaches the sore and irritated membrane and tissues its antiseptic and germicidal healing begins at once. You will surely like Hyomei its relief if not only immediate but lasting. Money refunded by R. E. McRoberts if you are not satisfied. Get the complete outfit $1.00 size. Druggists everywhere sell Hyomei. direct-to-the-spot at $8.00 for Horse Mule, $10.00 Mare Mule and It's the you breathe it. Hyattsville, TINKER'S RETREAT. S. H. ALDRIDGE, Proprietor. Kentucky. John Morgan, Jr., was sired by John Morgan, he by Marmaduke and out Copper King is a chestnut sorrel, with star and three white feet and was foaled in 1910. Hf is lv 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. 1606, by Clark Chief. Copper King These Jacks are both by John Morgan, Jr. 3705. 1st dam Kentucky Best, besides being ftyally bred, is a fine individual, perfect in conformation, style registersd No. 2654. and action. At he same time and place I will stand my fodel 5 year old jack. $15.00 To Insure A Living Colt. OLD BLACK JOE. This Jack is 3 years old 15 hands high not un on stilts, but stout built, imnd body and bone. He is by Old Hugger, the Jack the Burton's stood, and has as many good mules to hi3 credit, as any Jack in the county. The dam of this jacK is jonn .morgan orea, anu traces DacK to such famous sires as Beecher, Prime Minister and Joe Blackburn. A beautiful black and white spottej pony, 54 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 season is due from the man who bred the mare, if soldor parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. SILVER SI UK. COMBINED STALLION. will make the season of 1914 at my barn at Black Jim i 1G hands high, with good bone, bead and ears and a good A LIVING breeder, i 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, 16 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 1796, he by Rex McDonald 833. His dam Black Dave by Stonetaken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should anv 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 Ensure A Living Colt. BLACK JIM. Squirrel Peavine $8.00 Each To Insure A Living Colt. $10.00 TO INSURE COLT. Registered Hampshire Hogs for Sale at All Times. R M. MOSS, R. PKEACHEHNTILLB. Mrs. Grace Gill has a very painful felon. Mr. Jame3 Breedlove has moved into the Hobb's school house. Mr. R. G. Pettus and family visited his mother, Mrs. Rebecca Pettus. Rev. R. H. Baird, pastor of the M. E. church, is painting the parsonage. iurs, k; . joraan, ot ineville, is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jordan. Prof. Cyrus Johnson sprained his foot last week on the school grounds. Mr. J. H. Thompson bought a gray colt from Mr. Menifee Elmore for 75. Foaled April 12. 1906. bay blaze and three white feet, sired by William Mr. Wm. Barnes conducted religious Stamp, 9740. services at Mr. and Mrs. Levi Bells Dam Sally Hamilton, 12426. This is an awful good breeding Clyde breeds, Sunday night. good form, broad and dose to ground. Just the horse to get work and brood Mr. and Mrs. Burch Hester, of Stan mares from. Recently I met a Ranchman from South Dakota who bred over 100 mares ford, visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. yearly and he said "The Glide Horse was the only drafthe could get.that would D. M. Anderssn. Mr. John B. Anderson, on Dix river, get him a saleable horse from a Texas pony mare up," this means a great deal near here, has recently purchased a 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. nice automobile. TO INSURE. ir. jonn tticnardson reports a ewe which gave birth to 4 lambs in six and I will also at same time and place stand Two Black Jacks. 15 and 15J one-eamonths. hands, standard, as much bone. foot, head and ear as Kentucky afford3 with J. H. Thompson purchased 2 cows lots of weight,both sound and prompt. Look at the above stock before breeding. and calves from V. W. Thompson, of Jacks Stand at To Insure. Bee Lick, for $90. These Jacks were bred in Nelson County. Kentucky, and by what wa3 Mrs. Sylvester Thompson, of Point known as the Bivion Jack, considered by all who know him to be as great as Leavell, visited her brother, Mr. J. F. the greatest. He was 16 hands high. Dam of older Jack was by Governor Payne and family. Wood, a great one. I guarantee satisfaction when your colt comes. Above Master Walter Naylor, handsome stock will make the season of 1914 at Butna Vista. Ky. A hen retained on all little son of Mr: and Mrs. T. W. Nay colts for season money. For further information apply to lor, is ill of measles. Rev. J. M. Rogers will preach at the Baptist church here Saturday, Satur day night and Sunday. Mr, F. F. Blankenseip and sor, Fount, Jr., of Walnut Flat, visited his parents here Sunday. Miss Tory Anderson fell one day last ssssrrzc'rfFz, t - ,,1-y- i--. - ?es3a!Kr.K-t- , . -,.. a. wHrmnE! - - -v week and sustained a severe cut on her ot't face near her left eye. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Menifee Elmore who were down with measles are able to be out agaid. Mr. P. E. Parrish was kicked by mare a lew aays ago ana came near sustaining a broken limb. Mr. J. M. Cress hrs purchased a nice touring car fr7m Mr. M. S. Baughman, Overland agent at Stanford. Mr. William Barnes, of Gilbert's creek, conducted religious services Saturday night at Mr. J. P. Arnold's. Mr. John Richardson had a valuable mare to get its leg broken while in the plough, by being kicked by the other horse. Do not SDrav while vour tree, arf. in bloom. This poisons bees and other useful insects which act as polinators Spray just before blooms open and just after thp hlonrrm rlrnn r' Mr W. H. Cummins, Jr., made his first call on the tonsorial artist at Crab Orchard last week. He says "the other man got a shave, I got a hair cut." This royal bred Jack will make the season at mv nlace at 310.00 for W. H. is the handsome little four-yeahorse mule, S12.50 for mare mule, $20.00 for jennet colt, S40.00 for Jack colt. old son of Mr and Mrs W. C. Cummins Chief Napoleon is by Hill Napoleon, 3rd, No. 3706. 1st. Dam. Ky's Best. 2654, andis unusually precocious. Dy J onn Morgan, br. 19o4. 2nd. Dam Joe Blackburn 1454. by Daisy, 1215. Mr. J. J, Thompson, who spent a Hill NaDoIeon 3rd. by Baughman Napoleon, 2nd. he bv Napoleon 1796, he by week at the bedside of her aged father old Napoleon, 1436. Hill Napoleon dam Missouri Queen, by Senator Beck 2449, Mr. H. H. Baker at Mt. Vernon, was by Daniel Boone 1456. I consider this the best young Jack I ever owned. He taken very sick and had to be brought has served only two jennets and both are with foal. He is 15 hands high.black home. Dr. E. J. Brown of Stanford with white points. was called and a trained nurse employI will also stand another fine Jack ed. The good lady is some better this Monday morning and her many friends are hoping to hear of her speedy reAt for Horse Mule and $9. for Mare Mule. covery. He is 15J hands high, black with white points and a fine individual. He was sired bv John Morgan 2705, (T. O. Hill's champion Jack) Dam Nannie B..2653, by Old Beecher, the greatest breeding Jack of his time. You Bryantsville Phone 53-- Bryantsville, Ky. fladison Peavine 3405 Will mike Hie season of 1914 place on Itexington pike at Mt Phone 338-G- . T. O .HILJL, Buckeye, Ky. my 810.00 To Insure A Living: Colt. Madison Peavine, is a beautiful chest DON VBRRI6K Will make the season of 1914, at my barn 3 miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike at f nut with star and left bind foot white. He is loyally bred, bring by Kentucky Peavine and he bv Rex Peavine. 1st dam Maud Helton by Madison Squirrel. You will make no mistake by breed. ing l" I will also at same time an, I placs ,53 2frV--..- . stpnd my two fine Jacks at this-horse- Alexander Stamp, 12696. S1S.00 ' TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. -- t- - - - my Jacks are fine individuals and their breeding can be furnished you at my barn. Lien retained on all onlts for season money. Season due when mare is traded or parted with. Caiv taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occur. $ 0.00 Each to Insure a Living Colt. I Wm. LEAR, Lancaster, Ky. Don Verrick, by Onward Silver 2:05J (who sold for $25,000) by Onward, he by George Wilks, 1st dam by Wilks Boy 2:24, 2nd dam Mary, by Boggs Grey Eagle, dam of the Wag 2:15J and Madlem Patten, dam of Robber 2:10; Billy Wilton 2:20, Winchester 2:19f , Miss R. 2:30. Don Verrick is bred exactly like Spanish Queen 2:06$, and sold for a handsome price. I will also at the same time and place stand my big 15J hand Jack at $12.00 lf $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Winner on the Track and In the Show Ring Against the Best in the Land. jne only real proot oi tne individuality and soundness ot the stallion is the show riug. It gives Melrose Kaim great pleasure to again offer the ser n horses, Thistle Doune, winning race record 2:09 vices of the on the fjrand circuit and winner of the champion roadster stallion class at the Kentusky State Fair, 1913, mid Cliimewood, 2:19 4 considered by many the handsomest trotting stallion in the world, winner of the trotting bred Klallion class at the Kentucky Fair, 1913 Baldy McGregor 2:06 recently sold for $40,000.00 in Europe and l.issie McGregor, who recently sold for $10,000.00 in this country, are a who is himself the sire of Zuli-k- a brother and sister of Thistle Doune 2;09 mid MadoiA Doune (2), 2;26 2:29 and who has a large number of colts in training in the hands of Kentucky's famous reinsman, Ben Kennedy, and it is confidently expected that n number will race to fast records well-know1- -4 4, 3-- A lien will be retained on all colts to secure the payment of season. Will use every means to $10.00 prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. LOGAN HUBBLE. Unprecedented Record For a Young Sire Season 1914 G. H. RUBLE, Agent. -- SEASON 1914. at Bellevue Stock Farm, I offer for public service thisj'car. Kentucky's Choice Foaled 1905 3765. I KENTUCKY'S CHOICE 3765, Sire My Own Kentucky, by Chester Dare 10. 1st dam. Little Kata 5821, by Prince of Denmark 425. 2nd dam, bv Jupiter son of Commodore. For further information mid extended breeding and descriptive cata3rd dam, by Stump, the Dealer 92. logue, address, 1910 show record, 35 first including 8 championships. 1911 show record, 41 first including 15 championships and 2 grand championships. 1912 only made 20 G. DANVILLE. KY. shows, winning 16 firsts, including 3 champions, 3 seconds and 1 fourth. 1913 shown 10 times, winning 10 firsts. Has won first for the past three yeare at Lexington in breeding and herd classes. He won first in 1912 and 1913 at Kentucky State Fair in the class for best stallion in service, defeating in 1913 his full brother, Kentucky's Best. Kentucky's Choice has headed the winning herd Recoid 2:29K. Trial 2:143. ai me tt.eniucKy state air tor tne past two years, ne is toaay Americas. greatest sauuie atainon, not as a matter oi opinion out as a uemonstratea iact. Half Brothei to Lula Watts (2) 227K. Sire of Imperator et Rex. which sold at 15 months for S1500, again before two Tiotler, Brown Stallion, about 1GJ hands, foaled 190C. years old for 3900, the highest price ever paid for a Saddle-bre- d colt of the Staniaid Registeied Vol. 18. same age. Sire of Richard de Lion, won more prizes than any yearling out r n I I iJ l.l ( Alcoii- - GU, 2 t. cuim mi seasuu. a ii4 iuui, uarn TJ uiae, lias juai ueeu sum e $xouu tu mat. lur i m Ili.,1 K'fukl Ok' ' hlrcnf fij, ams of Ct S. Cohen and James Gay. This colt to be delivered in October. .sue of "t iih Noondav Ily Sc lilnio J7'. ht.1.1 I llr.fl.tllelit. At the Danville Fair. Kentucky's Choice and his get won the class for the to Silent KrooL IWTi.J (u rora r:ii. "(:-- .ISitiL Wilks C.rvt Brood Mare I best horse and five of his colts, Kentucky's Choice colts won every first prize vilft?-'l( HarrvClay4. 2 iSI'.. ctr Sued lull) Rink hiiHwiMiy;7ii'4, r.leftnotr i Jt'ini) ui given for Saddle-bre- d sucklings at both the Danville and Stanford Fairs, includ( N.imoud ltellf libjiy,, Itrnok t.iiin.a, fiu'Ht I. mod ihhic By Norwood 52a. lirook il'ty. ing stakes at both places and were hign up in the ribbons at the Blue Grass and l.1jr State Fairs, the only other places where shown. Mares pastured at $3.00 per 7:10, etc i Baron Wilkes 47.8 2.1H ' Rireof 12 In 10. etc. U.ikl. 41? month, grain fed at $2.50 perweek. Ship mares to me at Danville over the .sin- - of Itrcudit Voil.e ( Qut-cI l.tliel. I By Strathmorc 10. S.OTi'i, YI'V,, I)(i lVrno Southern and C. & O., to Parksville over the L. & N. All mares will receive :am of Buinris ! 01',. of Until (.Ml Mdito Belief"!) 2.0fiJ. my personal attention and all care taken to prevent accidents but not responsi Silier Silk III llliiicliir :ry. (J It. .17; out of A lihlflI Monrico in :u7' Suic ble should any occur. For further particulars, address l Kilent liiook Wilkei N. iSfiMii, u00.2.21?4 llelly OU' Sire of Carl Wilkes 2 f'! Half Muter to Silent Jennr Clay By Ifarrv Clay 46 lirook i.tX.J.. UeddicCIn JOE MCDOWELL, Agt., Danville, Ky. I?TS'4. and Lilly Cluy Dam or Silent Brook KeddieClay .Ikiu (irroc221 We have for sale some nice two years old and yearlings in both Stallions i '.'. etc and Fillies, sired by Kentucky's Choice, out of dams by such sires as Chester Silent Brook 197G9, 2:1C;, sue of Billy Burk 2:03J, Meadow Brook 2:06i, Dare 10, Rex Peavine, Highland Denmark. Chester Chief and Dignity Dare. - Shawbay 2:07, 7,t rine 2.07J,B,etty Brook 2:09J, .Emma Brook 2:09J. Lady A few select brood mare in foal to Kentucky Choic-- . . 'Uelliro6k-2:IOButtei Brook Silent Brigade (2) 2:10J, Margaret Bathgate (4) 2;1IJ, etc Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:071. etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, also produced Keddie Clay 2:25, and was grandam of Prue 2:21J. If Suffer Any Stomach Moko24J57, hire of Keieno 2:05J (winner Kentucky Futurity), Brenda Agony Voike (3) 2:03$ (Futurity winner,) (5) 2;011. Native Belle (2) 2:07? (Futurity winner,) (i) 2:0SJ (champion filly) Manrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity win Take Harmless ner), Silver Silk (4) 2;0W, Susie N. (3) 2:091 (Futurity winner,) Gomoko 2:10 Mobel 2H0!.. Machester 2:101, Alomaster 2:11. Siliko (3) 2:11J (Futurity winner) but acts Quickly and Effectvely. etc. Sired dams of Tne Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion), Vito (4) When you feel nervous, blue, irrit2:09J, Maitha Tipton (1) 2:09. o'Neil (.5) 2:132. etc. Brother to Bumps 2:031, able, tired and dizzy when you have . 'Baroii'D. 2:10.'rclc "' " headaches, sour stomach, heartburn and ftleucher 4G15S, iecoitl trial mile 2:14J. half in 1:06, last quarter in pains in the colon and bowels you are 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown arse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. He sunering in tne colon ana Dowels you good sire Silent Brook and is out of Glayo, by the great greatly lesembles his need at once. Futurity sire Moko combination of two of the best race horse famiis not a cure-a- ll but a spelies of the present day. He being a i eal race horse himself, having had very Sire Rex Dam Lucy Wells Peavine 1796, cific for stomach ills. It builds up and little training and most of that by an amateur. It certainly looks like this strengthens the stomach walls and horse is of Granl Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win his glands, improves quickly the digestive share of the money sure Champion Sire of the World. Go to the records, system and assists nature to properly BLEUCHER js a eifect type of a road horse, good gaited with perfect diges) and assimilate the food thus in manners, wars no boots or weights. He has an undefeated record in the Stalsuring good health. don't take any body's word. lion Road Glass for 1913, And is concededjiy good judges to be the best road Do not suffer another day. Get a horse out this year. fifty cent box of Tablets ifrom This is a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to breed inR. E. McRoberts. Keep them with you to the best families of the ttotting blood. Look this horse's breeding over and constantly they will help you get well see how many they have in the list both sire and dam. and strong and immediate relief is sure.' Iv it This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1914 at my stable in If not benefited costs nothing. Lancaster, Kentucky, at AND A GOOD ONE t Cmrnnssion than any stallion in America, and they offered the largest pric, fl.OiJ.Olcash, lhy offered for any stallion, which was refused. - -- 'TERMS are TnisTle'Doiinte. $35!00 to insnre; Cliimewood, $25.00 to injure Mares kept on grass at owner's risk. Cnimewooa has the destitution of being more sought after by Govern-ne- i At $75.00 To Insure A Living Foal. J. CECIL. ''""'liMr""" BLEUCHER 46158. !. A in-14 4. I ....' . CHIEF NAPOLEON, No. 5107. o 3 7.4friiic-?-'r.'A- r- c n . C'" sii-lc- )l ffi, - $6. Beecher Morgan. SEASON Dorsey Gold Dust, Mi-o-- Now-Perf- ectly 1914 1914 " 1 ftbL PEftVlNE 4092 Kentucky's finest Saddle Stallion will make the season at my stable, one mile East of McCreary and six miles East of Lancaster at the very low price of Jr. $10. to Insure a Living Colt He is a rich chestnut in color, about 16 hands high and weighs about 1,200 pounds, with fine mane and tail and plenty of bone and substance, with lots N of natural style. He has racked quarters in forty seconds and stepped just as fast in harness, both in trot and pace. He is bred in the purple, being by the great Dorsey Gold Dust, 12052. He is a full brother to Estelle, by Zicalda Gold Dust, 4400, he by Gold Dust 150, he by Vermont Morgan, he by Justin Morgan, he by old Comet Morgan. 1st dam Peavine 85, by Young Diamond, he by Diamond Denmark, he by Washington Denmark. He has proven himself a champion breeder and has shown some of the best colts in Central Kentucky, ranging in price from $125.00 to $150.00 as weanlings. His books are filling fast. Visitors are welcome at all times. I retain a lien on all colts until season money is paid. Mares transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance and must be paid at once. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Phone 364-- Mi-o-- 6404 Mi-o-- ' Mi-o-- Pee $40 to Insure foiving Colt Mi-o-- $2jO.Qq To Ensure A Living Colt. KTC&ko tfaYe'of marcs on glass at !0cts per d,ay. ,, Lien retained on colls for fliervice fee - Money due when mare $s traded or parted with. i,,-Cnre.taken to ptevept accidents but tiot responsible should any occur. W. fELEPHONE No. 95. B. BURTON, LANCASTER, KY. R. 5. SCUDDER, McKINNEY, -:- -: CASTOR I A f FaCln&ntranft. Children. file KMom Hm Always BwM $' KENTUCKY. Boars tba Signature of Walker Bradshaw, - Z&Pte&c Mccreary, j r 2 - Js "Ui" VmP. -- tt Horses, Jacks and Jennets for sale at all times. Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday April 30, 1914. i Page 7 Victor Bogaerf Co. Leading Manufacturing HAMM A.CK Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carb Manuel, on the 23rd, a fine baby girl. Mrs. R. F. Parson visited her son, Will, below Lancaster last week. Mr. and Mr. Fado Parks, of Preach-ersvilvisited her mother Mrs. D. G. Ross. Mrs, Lycia Hammack has added to v her stock of goods, a nice line of milli-iner- PAINT Berer. MUK. in IUJUKKYK. Miss Dortha Whitaker has returned home after a stay with relatives here. Children Cry for Fletcher's Mrs. John Wynn spent Monday L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. le ttisNfcN3a ' -- GENUINE L night. Lexington, - Kentucky. here the past week. Mesdamcs A. B. Estridge and Mit New York, Brussels, Belgium. Miss Nancy Long and Dr. Boggs goods. Ross visited in Lancaster. down Sunday afternoon and was Mrs. David Perkins, of Valley View, Mrs. Holloway, of Chattanooga, the pleasant guest of Miss Agnes The Kind You nave Always Bought, and which has heen Ky., was at the bedside of her mother Tennessee is the guest of Mrs. B. M. Miles. in use for over 30 years, lias homo the signature of Mrs. Beazley, last week. Lear. ami lias uecn made under his per- ?-sonal supervision since its infancy. Mrs. Anjaro Devary, of Madison fflMrs. Woods Walker and Miss Estil HACKLEY. 'V JUIUH 1IU UUU U Ul'VVl) e A UU 111 UlUia county has been at the bedside of her Walker vibited friends in Stanford on cTust-as-go" All Counterfeits, Imitations and r are hut f t acitc,,p ""licne ana Yi mother, Mrs. Beazley for the past Monday. r onlaa i Nun hUI. money mcKUiciMu to rr- ywup. v" Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Well, we are just having ffne weather tour week. I flffpn mtrtntaa fin. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Miss Helen Donaldson, of Louisville, on our little chicks. ewe. Jit A.U Druggists rricoiimpl Mrs. Sallie Beazley died at the home was the week end guest of Miss Estill Tree ud elrenlar icot on nrKit, Several men of this' place drove cut RDIIRRnu DCMCnv nnunmiv ww(wui i.ifiiiruniof her Son, George Beazley on the 25th Walker. for Lancaster last Monday. .342 East Main ntuicui Lexington. Ky. St., and buried at Paint Lick. Mrs. Rev Charles Ellis in in Lancaster this We are all glad to hear that Mr. Beazley was in her 70 year. Castoria. is a harmless snhstituto for Castor Oil, Pare-jrori- c, week assisting the Rev. Beagle in his Wiley Prewitt is improving now. Drops anl Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. revival. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Mr. and Mrs. Dash Adkison and little CRAB ORCHARD. Mihsiance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys AVornis Mesdamea George Todd and Tom boys were with their mother Monday and ailajs Foverishncss. For more than tliirty years it Miss 11a Newland was with her par- Logsden were guests of friends in The farmers are making a great prephas heen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Berea Friday. ents Sunday. arations for their eorn crops at this Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Miss Stella McWhorter of the Rich- place. Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, Mr. Harve Foley has been sick for mond Normal School visited home folks the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. several days but is better. t Little Miss EvalynandW. T. Prewitt The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. over Sundav. spent Saturday with little Lucian Broad-du- s Gardening, gardening on every hand, j of Nina. and the song of the hoe is heard in our ' Dr. hnd Mrs. Burdett Ramsey, of ' Chattanoga, Tennesee, are the guest land. Mrs. Henry Curtis and little Mjrtle B. erove through this place iast SaturMrs. Kate Egbert went to Stanford of Mr. and Mrs. Burdett Ramsey. Bears the Signature of fi5j Monday to attend the burial of her aunt Miss Elizebeth Eldridge, of State day on their way to their grandmothers Mrs. Elizabeth Higgins. College, wa3 the week end guest of her at Nina. Mrs. Rilda and Miss Annie Laytosi Mrs. Everett of Benton Kv will be parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Elmotered down to be with the home here this week to visit her parents Mr. dridge. George Adkin-la- st and Airs. J. H. Collier. Mrs. M. K. Denny and Misses Jane coming at Mr. and Mrs. Satutday. ' Etv:n"4rrrr-M'i-'ei1wR- s Mr Charles Buchanan who has been and Mary Doty of Lancaster were the Mr. and Mrs. Mich Lane and Mr. and his guests of Mrs. Robert Walker on isiting his mother will return to .. :K ' Is'rt-- " Mrs. Wiley Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Dave home in Louisville this week. Thursday. Prewitt and MrsGeorge Adkinson were V Mrs. Hannah Steger is rapidly recov Mr. and Mrs Henry White motored ering. The splints were removed from j down from Richmond Wednesday in the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thompse Hotel Henry Waitersonl Kind You Have Sunday. her limb this week, and she wil) be their new Cycle car and were the guests Broaddus last TMC CENTAUR COMANV. NEW VORtt ClTV. t ' LOUISViLLE, KV. allowed to sit up a while. EESEBI l of Mr. and Mrs Rice Woods. TlisSouth's ropalaipii'tei rcodfin i Mrs. Kate Egbert had a fall in her NINA. hold. Mrs. Fannie Terril Walker arrived J Abjolcteir which made an ugly here Tuesday from a ;tuaJ in lk: jj , yard last week protracted visit at very h.trt ol t! e 3CU.J hopcins cijsmtand g ss&iz&cam&ssEsnMmK limb, but we are glad bruise on her left i Several from here attended court at near all the :h!res. Connersville, Indiana and Smithfleld Fme.t Cafein Louisville. i:hrr.o.Urto I SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION to state it is not serious. Kentucky and was the guest of friends Lancaster Monday. j prices. News has just reached us of the over night, enroute to her in Lancaster. Club Bieatta t from 25c up; neon day t Farmers are all busy now getting Lunch 5Cc . !!! de ho Uinnei. 6 to 6 p. i! death of Mrs. Elizabeth Higgins of ready for planting corn. Also eUcjci.:c aacaile service tl Misses Jessie Patks, Nell Rice, Docia in Retadiant. f Stanford, who has been in declining g Rathskellet cpen frrn 4 p n. :o I . re. Mr. W. E. Whitkaer visited his broth' Metcalf, Ethel, Emma and Ora Estridge health for many weeks. She had many and Orchestral and vocal nrjr:c Messrs Eon Asher and Roy Estridge er Mr. Bob Whitaker Sunday. warm friends here who understood her drov- ROOM PRICES to Kirksville Friday night for Dr. Mr. E. G. Crceeh and family visited worth as neighbor and friend. Porters famous lecture. "Sweethearts, his father Mr. Cyrus Creech Sunday. 1 With rur.ninj water and $-1,30qj"S Wives and mothers." private toilet $1 per day ' Miss Elsie Whitaker was the guest of CHECK CHRONIC RHEUMATISM NCW With ,'rivate bsth $1.50 her uncle Mr. W. E. Whitaker Sunday up to $3.00 par day Drives out Rheuma Thoroughly and Monday. Another First fct New York. 3 Tound Round Large sample rtctni There are more jewels in the city of Mr, Carl Prewitt and family visited Trip Uric Acid Poison. Trip with private bcth $2.50 Xew York alono than in any other her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Watto $3.50 per day. There is only one way to be free from city of the world. son Sunday. You are cordialTv Snvitrr in tcaVi. tt... Rheumatism the accumulated impurr Mr. Arch Whitker of Madison was hoteyour headquarters while in SPECIAL TRAIN ties caused by an excess of Uric Acid if only the guest of his brother Mr. W. E. even pacxages fcr a day. Have ycur roait t ana aaareaseel here. Yoo will Anger's Harmful Effect. poison must be expelled from the body. always DC a welcome guest. Whitker Monday. Anger, whether expressed in violent Leaves That is what RHEUMA will do and do ROBERT B. JONES. Man.gcr. Little Annie thf it thoroughly. If you suffer from any language or not, has a most harmful week with her Mae Prewitt spent and ASK TICKET AGENT FOH PARTICULARS. grandparents Mr. Sciatica, Inflam effect on the heart. Through the i form of Rheumatism nervous system it acts on the muscu- - Mrs. W. T. Watson last week. matory, Arthritis, Muscular, Lumbago lar structure of that organ as well as Mrs. Dora Wheeler was in Lancaster a bottle of RHEUMA on that of the arteries, and contracts fl..jjim.iMri,r1MIB1(lgrlrenwwMBW1MaiMWMnMtf. or Gout-g- et from R. E. McRoberts for 50c it is it. . This is always dangerous, a3 tho Saturday and Sundav with her son, Dr. guaranteed. blood supply-i- s interfered with seri-- Wheeler, who has been very low with typhoid fever, and we are glad to know I have Boone County White "For six years I was a cripple on ' ously. that he is doing nicely and hope he will and Red Cob CORN from the crutches from Rheumatism. One bottle ' be able to be out soon. cropb of 1912, also Reids Yelof RHEUMA cured me complttjly.- "low Dent crop of 1913 which K. Greenbery, 223S Cottage Grove Bargains In Real Estate. J. has been carefullv hand picked Ave.; Chicago 111. Purchasers Ret the benefit of ojr 10 as well as all other farm Seeds. io the one place you will most enjoy a vacation years experience in the business. Write for samples and prices. for rest or recreation. We have not the space Look for other bargains iist-ein next W. BUSH NELSON, issue. Owners of here io tell of the glories of the western North Farmers are busy getting ready to sell should see us farms who want to at once. Lexington, Ky plant corn in this neighborhood. Carolina mountains. No 472. 15 acres, highly improved, May Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Frye and ton near depot, on pike 2J miles from LanGraham, have been visiting in Huston-vill- caster, $3,000. 1 An No 473. 44 acres, 3 miles from Misses Mary Lee and Elizabeth E. Lancaster, 3,000. GOLF HUNTING TENNIS 1GG Givens were in Danville Tuesday shop-- i No 474. acres. 5 miles from MOUNTAIN CLIMBING fly ping. town, per acre, ?C0. RIDING MOTORING SWAT the DRIVING No 475. CO acres, good land, brick It h3 the only real continuous B. W. Givens came very near losing The torpid, dcor opening. a fine horse last week, with acute in- residence, 4 mile3 from town, per acre, lazy moving in90. Hoops made of tested steel. sects are begindigestion. No 476. 128 acres, good land, well ning to emerge Hoops can be adjusted from ladHendersonville, Waynesville. Hot Springs, Tyron, Several from this place attended the improved, 4 miles out close to pike, from their winter der front door frame. Brwnl. Saluda, Flat Rock of Mrs. Susan Harris, in Stan-- I per acre, $75. burial .quarters. They are Doors made of California RedLake Toxaway. epiford Friday. wood, "The Wood Eternal." No 477. 180 acres on ;pike 2 miles to be the progenitors of trillions of andemic makers. The menace which The location of our factory gives us A. P. Sloan is still suffering a great out, per acre, $100. nually faces mankind through the ac- lowest freight from mills to factory, and from deal with his throat, but is thought to you. Git a bttUr Sil and Save mcy by REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE OF No 478. 171 acres on Lexington pike tivity of these distributers of germs for cataloc and prices. be some better. and disease may be reduced, but only wntins us per acre, $135. LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. incorporated) Har- -' No 479. 250 acres of fine land. 2 through the striking of a telling blow Mrs. Eliza E. Harris and Miss lOil&illlf KT. at the insects before they have had a t. 0. Station f. ris spent several days in Stanford with miles of good town, can be divided into chance to develop. PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH two farms, per acre, $8"). relatives .and friends last week. The wonderful reproductive capacity For further information see local agent, or addreu No 480. 150 acres of first class land of this breeder of pestilence is the reaMr. A. M. Frye and Miss Annie Gay B. H. Todd, D. P. A. LouUville, Ky. son advanced why householders, should Lutes of Hustonville are visiting Mr. on pike 3 miles from Bryantsville, per begin an immediate fly swatting camacre, $90. D. Frye and family. t and Mrs. H. paign. A solitary fly in April may No 481. 37& acres, 1J miles from seem a harmless thing, but if Isft untown, per acre, $125. disturbed it may cause an entire comJipjITI II IIMIIIlMT"irrhnTir-MnTTrNo 482. 170 acres, or. pike, 5 miles munity to be gripped by pestilence. Health experts are beginning to realbrick residence, up ize that if flies are to be destroyed they m from County seat, acre, $120. to date barns, per must be attacked when they are least i Jjaiy A I' Taiy L 3 vlfX No 483. 310 acres of good land, on able to combat th;ir natural enemies, Of E01RB0N P0LITUY CURE pike, near Buena Vista good improve- and this is in the early spring, when food is scarce. down a cbic&'s throat cures ments per acre ?55. paj-es-, A few arops In the cleanup camNo doubt you are, if Thi No 484. 243 acres, on pike, 4 miles paigns close relation of tmnfclnK water cures anu to the fly exterminating propayou suffer from any of the prcYet.. ctiKra, diarrhoea from town, per acre, $75. numerous ailments to ganda has begun to bo appreciated, and 2 2j ether chick disease. One Kc botile makes H pallon-- i tit No 485. Gl acres, in 2 miles of town, for this reason many municipalities alwhich an women are sub"tSvtTJT rlne Jt ail Jim-sis- t' h ject. Headache, backready Have commenced or are preparunimproved, per icre, $50. MQfie anl booklet on "D! ache, sideache, nervousing for ssnitary crusades. It has been i.u-ui iuw i, ahm ri;i.. rtvi5?VZ No 48G. 20G acres of good land in ness, weak, tired feeling, demonstrated that the more filth that high state of cultivation, good im- is removed from a city the greater difsome of the sympare toms, and yoa must rid provements, 2J miles from town, per ficulty is placed in the way of the deyourself of them in order acre $125, or 105 acres ot it at $135, velopment of the insect disease spreadto feel well. Thousands ers. per acre. of women, who have No 437. 161 acres on pike 4 miles been benefited by this Ti7 lltsS . 1,11 remedy, urge you lo from town per acre, $85. No 488. GO acres on pike 3 miles out For Mighty Chance TAKE well improved, $135. . TtelHCLme Harvester ma- INTERNATIONAL No 489. 511 acres well improved, on GRAIN AND HAY nure spreaders have a score of good MACHINES pike, possession, $5500. HWSs BiaJm, Rupert fEfe1 Ixl I takes countless numbers features in their construction. Each one is No 490. 136 acres, on pike, near Headers. Mowers of swats to make even the Rikes. Suckers the result of careful field experiment. Bryantsville, 3 houses, main dwelling least impression on the bil rUy Loaders The SHo Hiat An I H C spreader is low enough for easy loading, HF Presses new with 8 rooms, modern and up to lions of flies that infest the CORN MACHINES yet it has plenty of clearance underneath. The rear Gives country. There's a better way. PUstm, Pickers date, water works, gas lights. 2 tobacaxle is well under the load, rear wheels have wide Binders, Coitfraiorj One can annihilate trillions of co barns, price, $12,000. lugs, insuring good traction unrims and The Woman's Tonic Satisfaction Cutters Eanbfe flies with one swat if one goes Sfcellers. Shredders der all conditions. Frame, wheels, and all driving No 491. 185 acres of high elass land, at it rightly. If there is a feTILLAGE Mrs. Sylvania Woods, parts are of steeL Apron tension is adjusted by a lias the famous doors Per, 2 miles out, 2 large tobscco barns, per male fly enjoying the spring in simple device. Winding of the beater is prevented of Cliffon Mills, Ky., says: and Disk Harrow that swing on hinges your kitchen or attic or baseacre, $120. Ccltmby large diameter, and beater teeth are strdug, square convenient to oper"Before taking Cardui, ment she is due to hstch out six GENERAL LINE No 492. 100 acres of tobacco land, and 03 aid Cas Enfiocs I was, at times, so weak I or more hatches of eggs, over 100 &' K i ate keeps silage per International manure spreaders are built in several Oil Tractors highly improved, near Buckeye, on (ectly, winter and eggs at a time, if she lives, and Maasre Spreaders could hardly walk, and styles and sizes, low or high, endless or return apron, JBUlLvilII pike, per acre, $125. Creasa Separators all of her youngsters are the summer. will show for small farms or large. Examination the pain in my back and Farm Waf obs 4 most prolific creatures on the No 493. 3GJ acres unimproved. 6 sturdiness of construction in every detail. Repairs, Motor Tracks head nearly killed me. Write lor our oiler and map. A fly expert has figured TaresVers if ever needed, may always be had of the local dealer. miles of 3 countyseats, on two pikes, After taking three bottles Silo Book Mailed Free Grata Drills it out that from a single feExamine International spreaders at the dealer's. close to churches and school, splendid FeedGrladers male fly trillions of the dreaded of Cardui, the pains disWe will tell you who sells them, and we will send Kail e Graders Also cet' offer on the Lansing Silo and building sites, can sell thid in small typhoid flies may claim descent BtaderTiriae you interesting catalogues. appeared. Now I feel as the llsnt manlng Silberzaba Silage in one season, provided, of lots or as a whole, will price to suit " Carter. well as I ever did. Every course, that, all the young flies purchaser and on easy terms. suffering woman should Harvester Company of America Iiternational grow up. No 494. Several pieces of splendid try Cardui." Getabottle By swatting Mrs. Fly now Silo Co. J llncamettleiD city property for sale. E-you save yourself the. trouble of today. Incorporated Ind. New Albany killing her descendants this For further particulars write or call IttcCormick Mflwasiw Otbarae Cfcuapioa Vtttmg Pliab Lexington, Kentucky summer. on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real estate men. Lancaster, Ky. -:mo-ter- ed Miss Barbara Gulley entertained a Mrs. Rice Woods spent Saturday in Richmond. number of young folks at her home Mrs. C. S. Ellis has returned from a Sunday. visit to Atlanta Ga. Bro. Taylor filled his appointment at Mr. Jame3 Denny spent several days this place Sunday morning and Sunday Jewelers 133-13- & Importers West Main St. Arrive. To JIaysville, connecting at Kicl.mond with I. Si N to Frankfort & Lctiisvilk" at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71, 3:35 a. in. To Rowland & Stanfoiil connt-ctini- r at Rowland, L & N to all points SVuth No 28; 11:01 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with I, & No 10: 5:W a. in. 5 " od " I at is CASTOR! A Beatlyviile, i.xint;tn Cincinnati. Middtaboro & Knoxville No 70; .50 a. in. Tc Richmond, connecting with fust train to Cincinnati. & 11 N to Irvine & It No 27; 2:00 p. in. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Eliabethtown & Bowling bretn, and al Bardstown Junction Bard-itown Jo & Springfield. with fast No 0; 3.12 p. in. Tc Stanford, connecting train tc Bristol & Atlanta. (z)cUcAU The yj s CASTORIA ALWAYS 3 c F, gives Ins rsoie ustniuers the best ami sotuulesl lo Use For Over 30 Years Always Bought ips-pa ra-- p ISIMIE 'i j An jigent who leliers the ..c t. !.. t,:...i in iiKieimmy 111 uuai r.iim . - 3 the market, at the san.e j j t GEEtiCfftiEtiATI AMD RE TyRm Sismday, May 10th. i i price as many others which may not prove so sure in event of calamity, is in a position to attract, retain, and increase the business of his office oO Think it over Deep-Seat- JP 8 I B Lou-vill- Oilier Citizens National Bnub JURfCTBQgti " ITY SsSSa.m, ' V Official Directory Of Garrard County. Circuit Jnclr ::ii 4,aii"--s A. Itnrriiu. I'oiiiinotrvc.ittni A.foniiy Hon. Knkuiei 3 ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY j Circuit I'lerk Vit:in;n B M.ion. Muster Cotniniititicr W. II. BrO'.m. Trustee Jury Kuml Bcnj. r rtubln-o- u Ulticml Court ftemrnplier cne flie Ml-j- s tar rr by Conwy JihIp- - Mntoti I Solitary April Fly In ; Cause C A. ArtioM. County ucamcj (S. ;. W.ilkcr. County Clerk J. 17. Hamilton. Deputy clerk il.it ry Tuiiiliiioti. June-)- . Coroner J, Sheriff 1 A. Koliiioon. Deputy Lerirt t.torc T. Bnll.urt. Stipe) intviHl.int ol schools ,. II :; LIVE IN THE OPEN e. Epidemic I OTHER NOTED RESORTS MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS j Assessor D.e S.inrieii. Deputy .e-io- r K. B. Kay. Jailer Dane Ko- -. Supervisor of Ro.nls 'Jlcvotatnl rrcasurer J V." Kliuote. UAlilSTKATKS. DHE. J N White Lognn I sou 2ml. Dist. Juhuel. 1 lil id Jnl.Dist. Jmnes Coliliron Itli.Dim. RIPS. Bourn... COUNTY BOARD OK EIiUCATIO.' Thorn pi Arnolil. Jr. 1st. DUt. K. D. Jlc'.lurlr. Ind. Mvt. O J. Heiwlrcii. 3rd. Disl. ThoniKs P. King, Itli. Dist. CITY OK LANCAMTEK. y SOUTHERN RAILWAY ilnyor I. i;. David-son- . City Judge J. 1'. 1'ratlier. City Attorney J. K. Kolihi-oCity ClTk K.IS. Hurt. City .We-woJohn M. Mount City Treasurer W. K. Churn p. Chiel 1'oiice - K. r I- COUNCIL KX . I'nrker Uregury. W. JI. Zunone. Dr. J A. Anion. i.u).iirou Sain Cotton. I v. o (..lolloo il International Harvester Manure Spreaders py.' ft w J I'll i Swat i SiiirljBS iu Efim igUdllSUE The undersigned hereby wrr.-inp- ; to all persons not to treHp.xs our lands for any purpos-- whativ r a we will prosecute all oireinlers ti fa I est extent of the law Humors ind Fishermen especially take notice. ' G. W. Elani. P.. I Elkin Ed & N II P.ice y J. W John M. Farra W. O Andor -. J. II. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Koll.y S. C. Henderson, B. 51. Lear A. J. Caddcll, W. S. H. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Sarah J. L. Hackley. Ja. G. Conn. S. L. Rich. W. B. Kay. We will add other names for 25 cents cash. ?i- County Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelby ville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th.' Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. Spriqr-Toot- 31115 ' chisel-pointe- d. 4 m (mm Southern 68 Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday April 30, 1914. Standing alone as the Cleanest, Most Moral and Refined Carnival Company on the road. CTBPWrJBSsriSI nil IE tZ35Sggg&SS UNDER AUSPICES LOCAL I. ? ALL WEEK Monday May Of lir KEEE2S 11th, 0. 0. F. LODGE Carrying 5 33U5KS3aBR?SZnSi5323&3&r3K'T47: The Best Shows km Ever Seen In Lancaster, EsraEsi.Gira mzmmsssmrrttMVC&ississa&BesBa Breast Merry 'WMHoii i ntf j.sjvrr'ygjt Oo R GJIFT. Sis 1 HGHEST HIGH DIVER IN T 5W BUSINESS will POSITIVELY give a Free High Dive Every Day During The Engagement. This Diver was for three seasons with Adams Carnival Co., and has been seen in Lancaster. Prof. R0660 GRELLflS BAND Of Eleven Pieces. Free Concerts every day, including Sunday afternoon, May 10th at 4- o'clock. Good Music, Good Attractions, Good Order and a Good Time. Everybody knows Littlejohn. Come see him. - the Republican nomination for Con. "itoog90oo9cccoatn Pities Man's Delusion. gress m the 11th Ky. district. Every time a spinbter looks at a who Dr. E. L. Powell the noted divine of I FARMER'S COLUMN ! For Sale or Rent. Two good cottages manby has just been led to tho all tar a widow she says to herself: Louisville in his sermon Sunday urged S. C. Henderson. Physician Robert Terrill a negro has been con at Lowell Ky. "How easily you poor men are oo firmed by the Senate for a place on the j the conquest of Mexico in order that Phone '11, 3 rings. Paint Lick exchange, fooled!" Exchange. 15.000,000 people might be freed her LANCASTER, KY. : W. headtii;: In f.u the eiclu-District of Columbia bench. 'pic? from the rule of brigandage which exVictoria Anderson, of near iiv nlxia. jitid is frj Mrs ivi' use of otit Iaiuiui Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. A technicality in the wording of the ists there. sr.e snip l ttucL. tfimu ami rtirli tliiui; on j Pivachersville has 30 acres of grass They Go Together. iiriu n sue inriiier a:i;iji aiioTi 10 aavrr-tirf- . land to rent for the remainder of year. says there are ser- recently enacted two and one half cent "Shakespeare President Wilson has ordered troops The Barber Shop for Style No notice will .e MCceiUl over four Office Hours mons in stones." "And object lessons," fare bill may result in litigation. Office over to the state of Colorado to assist in itu.'- -. bi1 will lifoulf m wo issue, of tli .m .ii iP.m.to added tho militant suffragette, "in is on Richmond Street. Fire at Hodgensville early Wednes- settling the mine troubles and to pron oeh. frs.'i)ieumKe stormed dorsum Ths Rich Grow Richer. windows." day morning did $100,000 damage. Help tect life and property. -This action Get your Hair Cut to fit your head y A St. l.cuis plumber has fallen heir jvi I'or Sftle:-4- . TOO jiound ow with eiRiil was sent in subduing the flames by j was taken upon the rnquest of the state VV jtV L.rjSIrJ' to $300,000. What does any plumber We make a specials of blocking H. J. Tinsley. Louisville. authorities, need of an extra. $300,000? Los AnChildren's Hair. Looked Weathered. DENTIST geles Express. ; School authorities in Shelby county Locust post. For Sb1s:-I0C- 0 "Fresh Paint." said a sign on the If a call comes from state troops HENRV DUNCAN, Kr. Ju;Ko::. Ivy. A have brought mandamus proceedings j from Kentucky, it is highly probably J. IV. Sander. front of a big building entrance. Richmond Street. passing prdestrian who glanced at It to enforce a levy of 20 cents for school that the mobilization will take place at Histcric Ecsrd. ' have forty barrels of old corn for The longest besrU recorded in his- and at a girl of very fashionable com- - purposes. Fort Thomas. This point was d -! -. II. I. I). No. 1. tory ivaj that oi John Mayo, painter I piexion standing just unuer it, reJ. W. by Assistant Secretary of War The British authorities are preparing to the Emperor 1'hdrle.s V. Though marked: "It may be fresh, but it looks Henry Breckinridge. to move troops into tile disturbed ter some first class, ha was a tall i.ian it is said that his j to me as if she had had it on 'I R. ,, ritory of Ulster and it is thought that sate yellow and white heard as of sach a length that he flora for Anticipating a call to service Adju-dacould tread upon it. He was very martial law will be established. ! st Tariety. O. B. Shepherd. General Ellis actingunderinstruc-tion- s Pwnt Lick. Ky R. F. I). vaiu of It and usually 'fastened it with from the GoveJiior, has issued or- Good Service. Probably Provision of Nature. Keufcueky. Prices Ri?ht. Paillt-- Lick. a. ribbon to his buttonhole, and someA bill has been reported to the S. -- .l ders to the commanding officers of the We do not luiow v.hy white i3 an al-. times he would untie it by command Phone 351-. i W. Wafter'han a go1 new most unknown color among small ate favoring the erection in Jefferson various companies of the Kentucky v'.udetwker wagon he will soil at a har--ii- i. or the emperor, who took great de- birds. Possibly it - - Kentucky. bo a wise pro- county Ky of a monument to the mem- State Guard to recruit theii companies Lancaster, light 3n seeing the wiud blow it in tho Phone m S? hurt at once. vision of nature for protective pur- ory of Gen. George Rogers Clark. Ofliee Hours-?- ,i to n to their full strength. faces of his courtiers. poses. A whitu bird among green The United States Court of Appeals President Wilson has requested John rorSV;-Trgood Bulk cows with leaves would be a very conspicuous obD. Queer Toothache Cure. i k. Mors Wheeler, ject, and loo easily seen by its ene- has decided that the Louisville & Nush-vill- e D. Rockfeller who is a large stock W. Fresh As a euro for toothache, Mr. E. A. mies, such as hawks, falcons, etc. R R Co cannot be held resnonsible holder to use his kindly offices to stop Teatcrsville Ky. Doctors Of Dental Sergery. Rawlonce told th Dorset (Eng.) Anfor money paid out on forged bills of the strike in the Colorado coal fields, me,:: tor,"t-- HRll1inu.T" linn A Atxtur- lading. Hamilton has a good mare tiquarian Field club at Dorchester re' lamesl. and that worthy replied that he did hot einCl cently, si Dorset farmer two or three j Amateur. oii' Furniture . i.tilo. that in a fine worker an.I he years ago recommended a friend to : consider himself in a position to -, The Confederate Veterans will be inyiiiui- .ii. iiciuit: a livery ouiuiv. t AypiCTpp "Some saintly folk in this town aro 11 her had. Here's abargain KENTUCKY; . ante Ifl put his arm round a young oak tree, . always throwing the game of poker at vited to meet in Memphis in 1913 and a arbitrate the differences existing. -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky mark the place where his fingers met, our unoffending head," says a Georgia fund of 10,000 ha3 already been raised Above Ancestry. i hare for sale Johnson county white and there make a slit in the bark. j editor. "We want to say, once for all, by the business men of that city for It is fortunate to be of noble ances- -' d c&r. J. E. Anderson, R. F. D.l. Then with his right hand he was to that we don't know the game. If wo their entertainment. try; it is more so to bo such that peo- -' LoncHster. phone S2J A. pull some hair from behind his right had known it we'd bo richer, at this do State Senator James Joseph 15ns-- ( plo younot caro to be informed wheth-- ! ear and put it in the slit in the bark. writing, by a house and lot, a gold sr are noble or ignoble. La Sate: 1J0 lianeis of corn, the For watch and chain, and a real diamond worth of Middlesboro has announced Sruyere. for Kelly variety, Ftud." Atlanta. Constitution. that he will oppose Caleb Powers for improved on Old Superstition. Henry Hurl. R. F. D. 1, wdcora. ai mmsmaBamawammmxxr3mmmammsmMmimwPA u Mi The first lime pigs cross your Ky. threshold Lancaster make them jump over your J. Vr Morrow, Graduate Opticiuv To Hang Pictures. pants' belt, or your wife's garter, or G'asses Kl'tefl Siit'sfMCtiou (tnttruMrtti. ' Pictures are hung preferably nowWAMTDD -- To rent about 50 acres, or tho Ofiice Phone 27. Hesidence Phone 3 maid's apron; then they will come adays without long pieces of wire of grass land for the year, to homo regularly. A plan now ia use dropped from a molding, except in tho among American farmers is i; ze some siiort yearling tattle. LANCASTER KY. nlfice. :!'. to keep the pigs in regular pens an-- ! case of extra large and heavy ones. They should be hung flat against the feed them twice a day. It is regarded and wall; and small pins or hooks that I Jersey heifer and heifer calf and as a scheme more popular with the K2rth f&a Sss fS hold firmly and do not mar the wall Good wife and the maid. The other way is may be had to j.ie aged brood and work mare. effect the invisible .1 recorded as being a German one. jikrrany ivhere. Priced to sell. banging. S. II. Aldridge. HvatUville Ky. j Opposite Post Oince. Touching. HOWMANY.MANY TIMES YOU NEED SOMETHING Wr. J. I. Hamilton inforn s us that A teacher trying to impress on her Merely an Infant. Baseball OF THIS KINO. TO KILL LICE ON A COLT OR CAIF, Bath In Connection. wo cattle strayed to hi3 place near children the Tightness of kindness TO TREAT A CASE OF MANGE OR RINGWORM,T6 When , we consider that cricket was , . v .fi .! a few weeks ago and owner . toward all animals, took them for a ptayeu in II.- - reigu ul r injeii TClIWASH OUT A CUT OR A SCRATCH. TO ..DISINFc .mi Mtl iiie luiiar A WOUND OR A RUNNING SORE OR GALL- wsmfrnWE ci-get sank; ! proving ownership and walk, to bring the lesson home to beth and that tennis was popular HOW OFTEN YOU COULD MAKE GOOD USE OFf"? Hearing a scream from little when Catherine de Medici was in the I them. nayinif for thin notice. A m nPll.nlP umidcniu ir tuu uriLT nAU 1. Johnny, she asked: "What's the mat- height of her power, baseball Is mereKLkiHDit id &zx:,'i,t.wn Qm Walton Moss has some of his premium) ter, Johnny?" "I've been sitting on a ly in Its infancy. Football was popu- Ol MM&imm BU7ft X KEEP KRES0 DIP N?l ON HAND, .eed corn for sale. It is the Boone' hornet," was the tearful response, lar with the Greeks and Romans. They Mi Gt rjUllHEMBL v ,?uzVMm YOU WILL FIND IT THE 3EST KIND OF County White variety and there is none "and I'm afraid I've hurt the poor actually played it in much the same WMMmzr-, wmm INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS FROM PARASITES AMD DISEASE form as soccer Is played today. better, lie aUo has several hundred thing." Delineator. to'lS?: j- ir tHv- e j 7i ITS REAL NECESSITY ON EVERY pounds of honey for sale. KWff THERE ISAALWAYS GOCO MONEY IN HEALTHY, THRIFTY, FARM m jr fit Worth Knowing. WEIL KEPT Everything for Orchard. Lawn and STOCK. LOUSY, MANGY, DIRTY, NEGLECTED ANIMALS changing a There are The Young Idea. I have for sale about 1001 bundles of quarter of a 31G ways of pieces used ARE A LOSING GAME ANYTIME AND ANYWHERE. dollar. The high school freshman, 'asked to A Garden. heaf oats, also a nice coming USE A GOOD OIP AND YOU WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE. piece, ten-cepiece, recite on the life of Alexander the are the Wetcllyoahow, andtaybestmarket l mare mule. YOU KINO 'BE SURE ABOUT HAVE THE RIGHT DIP five-ceC piece and Great, extemporized as follows: "Alprices. We are dealers: estabHti piece, three-ceNO QUESTION IT IF YOU USE KRES0 N0.I: Jessie Barlow, Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. ialS5C; andean do BETTER foryHt t FOR SAL! BVALU ORUSCISTS. piece. To make all these exander was a the MM VV man. mrn agenui w cuzaxnission mer TO SEND FOR FREE BOOKLETS ON DISEASES OF UVE STOCK. R.F.D.No.3. Lancaster. changes 'without using;' the, same.coin Once when he had taken too much chants. References any bank in PARKE. DAVIS ocCO DtMirrn(NT or animju. umujnrr. Write for weekly price UmU J tv V one-ceOKTWOIT. MICH. & Sons. wlrie he got angry at his best friend Mr. J. B. Woods, of Paint Lick, has twice would require 1,223 M. SABEL & SONS iV pieces, 614 twos, 378 threes, 184 fives, and killed him. Alexander was very A 33 E. Bartal JL LOinJIlUE, n a splendid work horse and a lot of 'Rye 59 tens and nine twenties, making; VJ n..i in CfiD uincc uinfti T1 . HW.,1 MVV HHtW.M i Lexington, Kentucky. much grieved, and did everything he iu bundle. he '.will sell cheap. Write worth 53.75; " could to help bury his friend." "Nurserymen since 1841. im. oggoOowMJOO-gocOO- Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for sale, Bryantsville Phone 50G Mrs Edd Grow General News. '- wOwowwKfljMoewv CARDS, GENTLEMEN W. M. ELLIOTT, I and Surgeon. ls j . Prop. ,,,. $- ' ,.,rr. j I lecom-inende- J A. M. BOURNE nt Auctioneer. A. J. PATRICK, Dentist. ,ik !- , o i.. Or. Win. Veterinary Den tist. i Surgeon; Pryor, i , Ban ni i fMb ' ' , ( m wwwtm-Bmcng- I 0ki ll a BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer. .;, . THE NEW ' . use ark sure:, if youN9-- Barber Shop KRESO JDR tllrrMi..MH I Strawbsrry Plants -n ; J. E. SeakPre XTVM-E- V 7 (tfmM Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. Fruitand Shade Trees four-year-o- ld 20-ce- nt nt one-cen- quick-tempere- d Wn M ik Enrw Tr? iMGStURS Lou-isvil- 9kBY -- H.F.Hillenmeyer ,R. E. McROBERTS. ..