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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 14, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914051401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 14, 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 CENTRA!. RECORD. PURE RELlQlOh, UN1ARNISSED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWKNTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 14, 1914. Hemp coming up nicely. NUMBER 6. SHEEP SHEARING. Ladies While in town Saturday afternoon or Monday, come to our store and let Farmers reporting ravages from cut Those farmers of the county who worms. raise sheep, and they are growing in Hear Gov. McCreary at Court House I numbers every year, are busy nowadays shearing their flocks. W ool is bring Monday, May 25th. ing from. 18 to 22 cents. The kiddies are very much elated over the close approach of the closing MRS. JOHNSON BUYS of school. Several Lancaster gentlemen went to Stanford last Saturday to hear Gov. Beckham. PROF. CANEER'S FATHER DEAD. Brown Mauley Riding HANDSOME MONUMENT. Mrs. J. S. Johnson, of Lancaster, was here Thursday visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Newland and while here, she bought an eight ton monument of Harry Jacobs, the monument man. The monument is a duplicate of the S. H. Baugh-ma- n monument erected by Mr. Jacob in Buffalo Springs Cemetery and will be made in Milford N. H. granite and will be placed on the family lot in Richmond cemetery. Mr. Jacobs also has the contract for a large marble monument for Mrs. JJohn Foos, to be erected in the Catholic cemetery at Ottenheim. Interior Journal. Sup't. Herron of his is making the Park own initiative look considerably Prof. Caneer has the sympathy of the entire community in the death of his father, which occurred at Corners-vill- e Tenn. Monday, and the burial took place on Tuesday. The old gentleman reached the ripe old age of 82 years, but had been in declining health for several years. Prof. Caneer was summoned to his bedside by a telegram on last Sunday and reached there before the end came. CULTIVATOR. The King of Cultivators. We have sold more presentable. to Benme Cormney is preparing build on the lot he recently purchased on Crab Orchard street. Mr. Herron's Opera Housa is going up steadily. He expects to have it completed by June 15th. The cool days of the past week put a considerable crimp in the fisherman, they "wo'nt bite" until its warmer. 8 "AIMEE" AT THE STREET FAIR. The Street Fair which is exhibiting in Lancaster this week is giving splendid satisfaction. Mr. Littlejohn has added several attractive features, including 'Aimee" the Serpentine dancer, who was in Lancaster several years ago, also a Motordrome and dare devil motorcyclist. The shows are all good and of the highest moral character, and large crowds are attending daily. The high diver performs his feat of diving from a height of 90 feet as often as the weather will permit, it being impos sible for him to dive when there is any wind. This is Littlejohn's third con secutive appearance in Lancaster under the auspices of the local lodge of Odd Fellows, and it may be truthfully said that he carries the cleanest and best Carnival outfit on the road, and is himself a straightforward business man and a splendid gentleman. Miss Grace Rowley, 5 CAR LOADS of these cultivators 4 HANNA'S NG PAINT a hi in Garrard County. All are working and giving satisfaction- - MANUFACTUR- DemonRepresentative, strate to you how at one application, Furniture, Interior Wood Work and Floors can be made have the appearance of a polished Hardwood Floor at one half the cost. a-bo- Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Swinebroad have All of Lancaster's sick folks are well moved to their farm between Hubble on tne road to recovery. Let us hope and Hedgeville for the summer, and there will not be others to take their they ask the Record to announce that places they will be glad to see their friends at It is quite remarkable how many any and all times, and they mean it too. Lancaster people found that they had This good couple have been accustomed good. Several Lancaster boys are said to SORRY TO LOSE THEM, have had their money on old Rose Bud last Saturday and are consequently in EVEN TEMPORARILY. They require few re i" pairs and are ameea..oy . guar- - 313 jst ?S- - XW as very urgent business in Louisville last for several years to spend their winters in Lancaster and the heated period on Saturday. their farm, but so closely have they become allied with Lancaster, and such a ASDRE RELIEF. place they made for themselves in the Dr. Byrne's Drugless, Painless Eye hearts of our people that we are Test, and scientifically fitted Glasses, is reluctant to give them up, even for what your tired Eyes need. half the year. Office at Kengarlan Hotel Parlor. Lancaster, Ky., May 11 to 30th. ztr JV ilr 4A. s'X v . J. C. C. MAYO To Disease. pro- HASELOE! gl -- " Vx ' AFTER HEROIC STRUGGLE Succumbs WILLIE GETS HIS Wholesale and Retail Hardware. ut The Lancaster High School base ball team defeated the Harrodsburg lads 15 to 1 at Lancaster last week. Why don't the Garrard boy? arrange a game with the cracks of Stanford? It,s been a long time since these two nines have hooked up. Interior Journal. A TERROR TO EVIL WINGS CLIPPED. Our base ball editor, Willie Miller, is an enthusiastic fan, he is also a great favorite with the ladies. His piide in the home team on last Friday afternoon led him in to an indiscretion which put quite a crimp into his pride and ended his base ball career forever and ever. It was this way, our boys wore playing Richmond, Willie was on the coaching line and our first baseman was temporariI Willie disabled, and heroically sprang into the breach, intending to play first until his return. At this moment Robert Tonilinson in his eagerness to cut off a runner headed for first, threw "a hot one" to Willie", the latter thinking it would go over his head, and that would have been some high, sprang into the air, grasped the ball, but in his descent lost his footing, and alighted, well not on his feet, and oh horrors, the Indies were all looking, and the ground was real muddy, and our U. B. E. was surely a light to behold, hands blister- ej. clothes soiled and piide suiUy wounded, he held the ball out to Robert who was approaching him, and lemurk-- l "here take the horrid thins:. I'll never play again.', and retiied to a remote corner of the lot to have his bedraggled appearance somewhat After a long and heroic battle, bably the longest and most determined on record, with disease, Hon. John C. Calhoun Mayo died at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York Monday afternoon. Mr. Mayo suffered a recurrence irll x -- lifll 1 fU THE 3S SATURDAY, MAY 16. MONDAY, MAY 18. DOERS. Lancaster, Ky. g I; ; Col. L. F. Hubble, one time resident of Lancaster and a practicing attorney at this bar, but who now resides at Ilockcastlo Springs in Pulaski county, is the foreman of the grand jury at this term of the Pulaski circuit court. Mr. iiuouiu ever stood lor tiie rigid en-- j foicement of the law, and the evil doers may well stand in awe of him. SICK ALL IMPROVING. umBWm$m Visit The Great 2 vt WL WW m y j ja -- .A. , Davis Sutton who has been suffering with typhoid fever, was in town last week, and was given a warm welcome S3 I his hmt of friends. Mr. William Ra, who was operated upon for a seve case of appendicitis, is able to go abuut his farm, and will soon be jentMvIv well. Dr. William Wheeler, also a typhoid victim, is able to sit up am! experts to be out soon. Mr. Homer iTin-iU-is convalescent and will also be around in a sl:or- time. Peter Wells is lout of all dange though ho continues S ver weak, but i.. convalescing tlowlv. i TTDTRAV TOD I Sr QATTTDrAV "T M' of and ol J malady, Bright's disease, three months ago, and since that time every resource known to medical skill has been brought to his assistance without avail, even to the transfusion of blood from the veins of his brother, and all could but prolong his life a few short days. Mr. Majo was rated the wealthiest man in Kentucky. He was born of humble parentage near the Johnson pike county line, and spent his life at Paintsville the county seat of Johnson county. He amassed a fortune in coal and timber. Mr. Mayo was a wea.thy man such as Kentucky can ill afford to lose. He was charitable to a fault, his latest and greatest act of beneficence being to volunteer to cash the vouchers of the Confedtrate soldiers without discount, and await until the state had the funds for the return of his money. His body will be returned to his old home Paintsville m a sptcial train over tlie C & O road, where funeral services will be held this Thursday morning and his remains will be interred in the local cemetery. Mr. Mayo was Democratic National Moral for Willie: Adhere to your reporton.il work, or else act as either Coinmitteiusc from Kentucky and was high in the councils of his party in the scorer or empire , in future. TrV YRNE Q.oisijiifiG p H MTimiQ fi. f L nhlmo a tnorouS" esam'natio of j our tye3 by a special- ist of 10 years experience, without change. ing expeasss of trip to city awl pre enpt charges. iTlL2lil?U fectorej. strain at proper correction by glasses of any Optical uV price yoa caa afford to pa; All white metal frames best lenses. . ..$2.5 to 4.W $4.50 to JftUW G.4J tilled frames $7.30 to $10. Solid Gold frames, best lense3 85.00 to $T.."U "Shorns" best lenses KRYPTOKS" "TORIC" and "COMFOUMD" Lenses n- -t : eluded in the above prices. 73 Specialist in Eye Glass Fitting will be LANCASTER. K MONDAY. MAY 11 OFFICE AT KENuARLAX HOTEL. 3! Je JL BYRNE i DIP YOUR SHEEP. SCT Trsnrn f? 11 111 Hj. ft PIVFiHa , Lo I h v M 3BJJ 2 ukii Uid I Lai . - While Here Visit The Tlie -- cabbies which played such havoc among the slu-- t p of Kentucky several i eat.--, ago, and winch necessitated a ((uarautuie against our flock, has been thoroughly eradicated. However, our Live Stock Inspector, Col. A. D. Leavi-ll-, tells n that unless the proper precautions are observed that the is liable to make its reap- iu;eii--- e peaiance at anytime, and he advises that the tanners dip tiieir feheep. He further states t'lat the results to be obtained from dipping is very beneficial and mcivases the value of the flock to a great extent. Any good standard dip is recommended. ' ' '',..nm,, ammo state. TO m.,..,. 30 ) ruuu CLOSING "". LANCASTER GRADED HIGH SCHOOL To Begin Friday. ART A VIRTUE." Danville without a hotel, and with small prospects for one in the near fu ture, will put down several mils of uitualithic streets, and is contemplating building a street car line to the depot. The Harrodsburg Herald is mean enough to suggest that it will inn from "The Hotel Workhouse" to the depot. In a recent interview with the Messrs Lowell, former proprietors of the Gil- cher House, those gentlemen are cred ited with the statement that that hostelry when under their charge did not average over ten arrivals daily. Such statements as this are not calculated to ittract capitalists to Danville to invest their money in a hotel building. Centrally located as Danville is, we believe it could be made a good hotel town. The way to make it a good hotel town is to build a good hotel, modern in every respect, under first class management and with a first class table. Traveling men travel many miles to stay over Sunday in such establishments. The sooner Danville gets down to brass tacks and goes after a hotel building right, the sooner will they have one. Get the public spirited people, town and county, to form a stock company, shares as low as $10.00 each, raise with in say five thousand dollars of the necessary amount, then find a good hotel man, they are easy to find, who will make up the requisite amount, deed him the finished buildingtake his note in exchange for the stock, let the notes be payable in ten years, bearing interIt looks like a est after maturity. pretty stiff proposition, but it is a winner. That is the way we built the "Kengarlan". and if Danville will cast aside her pride and stoop to what appears to be such a small proposition, stie can quickly raise funds sufficient to build a first class hotel. "J LAND SALES. Messrs Hughes & Swinebroad, the real estate men, sold to James I. Hamilton for Silas Moss, fifteen acres of unimproved land on the old Danville pike about two miles from town, for $142,50 per acre. This land is a part of the Owsley farm and is beautifully located for a suburban home. Mr. William Royston bought of Center Bros. & Hamilton thirty acres of land at 103. per acre. This land was recently purchased at the sale of the Hurt estate, and adjoins the farm of Mr. Royston near Fairview church. pes OF H. T. LOGAN. Special prices for these two days. uh hnffSfflu :in ISLagi Of r. &: fe--i ,r - r T9 IS -a BETTER BRliU HONE. and Furnishing Goods at less than Manufac- turers Cost. $10.80 WILL BUY A $25. SUIT. S ft iJ JL a A JL JL f tft&a i I VI &ra 111 Mi u iron ) B fk m I Company, Assignee of H.T. LOGAN. Secretary W. P. Kincaid, of the K. P. Fair, has opened up headquarters in the office of J. D. Wearen, on Main street, and has gone to work with a vengeance to make the fair this year the greatest that has ever been held in this part of the state. Kincaid is certainly a live bird when it comes to boosting and all of the boys are behind him pushing for a big winner this season. If you miss the K. P. Fair et Stanford this year you're going to be mighty lonesome. Interior Journal. We loaned Plummer to Lincoln county, he belongs in Garrard, and unless some of our people get busy and give PLANTS. Garrard county a Fair before the pass ingof another year, .we are going to I have an unlimited supply of guar Rok Rent I desire to rent for the demand the return of our property and anteed varietys tomato plants, and will balance of year the property on Richmond street recently vacated by me.' let him come back and boost a Fair in I have sweet potato plants in season. Mrs. Bessie Dudderar. his native county. ueorge oiuiui or. 11 uirs. OP-'rett- The closing exercises of the local week and will mark the closing of another successful year. Prof. Career and his efficient corps of teachers can congratulate themselves upon the splendid showing thev have made for their years work, ' -and have the assurance of the public that their efforts have met with the . VT m... . deepest appreciation. Every one should Pa.T - ;r I ?tlXilr - - . ..,. t " ,' i''.?-i:3W3E3attend the closing exercises and see for themselves just what has been acI fcfTH I li &.. w TrnfcHrHTTT nTl -j& . '"-- " complished, and in what good hands the HS'-'h-r:f''i3:a? ik the task of training the minds of the Z.? "3Rfc. pmsniik. young of the community has been plac- a MiJKsJl- Szi '.&? ra'Vsi.' Qg ed. Following is a programme in de- ?3,7Ct?"ii . , ., r: '!...'MfiL ; & BBjyis?,35:r tail of the various exercises AH Closing Exercises of the school Biv.". j-will be held in the Auditorium. mm !Er jw ? l m S, m ", May 13., S: p. m. Senior Play. ijtim; ' fei & --13. TS, '' BaccaSunday, May 17, 11: a. m. ' "i i foo- iHf .sSfcCtes-s- Q. laureate Address Dr. J. L. Hill, 5ST' GJiioflv.-.SiifiuSJI t-Georgetown. " Grade Monday, May 18. 8: p. m. fe Play-Pup- ils, Miss Smith, Mrs. Dar-nol- d ri5 " v- .and Miss Anderson. Tuesday, May 19, 8 p. m. Mother GooiO Melodies Primer and First Grades. Set your plants with the Wednesday, May 20. 3 p. m. Boy's Recital Declamatory Contest and Members Music Class. Piano Wednesday. May 20, 8 p. m. and Voice Recital Misses Charlotte Pollitt and Gracie Cochran. Thursday, May 21, 8 p. m. Commen- your plants will grow better and make better tobacco cement. Adress Dr. L. S. McMurtry, Louisville, and will ripen from two to three week's earlier. For All are cordially invited. school will begin this tea 1 -' r-:F a? -, iTE '.5'?: i-'t'r-' :- 1. ;i .J . .- ss s Ei'. feiv -' t'? ! && a ?p H emis ToTsacco Planter Sale by. .W.JLROMANS. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday May 14,1914. "Ha! Now, That's What I Call Real Medicine." "I Never Had Anything -- For Sale At a Bargain. II HAMMA.CK Miss Faye Tudor returned home Sun- WHAT OTHERS SAY OF Touring BecKer, PHONE 27. i day from Florida. Mr. John Boain bought a mare from Mr. Hugh Conn for $135. Blood and Pui New 'Ginger" Into Me Owen Gillispie bought a small farm Like ROOT JUICE Did in All My from Will Parsons for $500. Miss Nellie Beazley visiting Misses Life.'. George iDillon and sister Sunday. "The Imerial Sire" "Mark Field." F Mr. E. D. Cook and wife visited Mr "Most prolific prize winning sire in America" and Mrs. Menefee McQuerry, Sunday. Krum. Mr. Fayett Chadwell bought of W. H. Furr a small tract of land for ?300 "The Facts and Figures prove an unparalleled Quite a good crowd attended Sunday W, A "IUMOU J record"--Chronicl- e. school and church at Good Hope Sun- day. "The greateet sire of the greatest colts of tc- Mrs. Mary Hammack is visited her j Our facilities for doing (lrst-clas- 3 sons V'. D. and O. L. Hammack at ' work are unsurpassed. Our establish-Pai- day" Maddox. Lick. ment is equipped with the best and Misses Georgia Dillon and Maggie most modern appliances for doing all Cleaning, and Pressing Ball called on Miss Nellie Beazley Sat kinds of every department is urday evening. Champion Show Stallion at a three year old. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Turner and little Operated By Experts Annie Bell visited their aunt S. E. of twenty six prize winners in one year. He whe thoroughly understand the busi- Sire Hammack one day last week. ROOT JUICE Made Me Feel leaves our served 112 mares last season. His get always in degarment that "That Solan Black sold a nice mare to Mr. ness. Every Clean and Spotless. Like a Romging Youngster." mand. Season fee same as heretofore for a John Dudderar for $150., and bought a shop is absolutely Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices reasonThat's what everybody says. It's nice young one from Luther Hurt. live colt. able. Come in and see us. vou'Il say, 4AJbIi a whatnew wonder too, before you've used blood purifier, cleanser this We can farm a few more mares now. Head Stuffed up? and system builder a week. Write, wire or visit us. Yo;.r patronage appreciated. Hyoraei Gives Instant Relief. These are spring Fever days and the blood is thick. It's loaded with a lot If suffering from a cold or catarrh of impurities that have been accumu- cauiing dull headaches or an itching lating all winter. The whele system and burning sensation in the nostrils, LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. . !22a gets clogged up with filth at this time surely try Hyomei. It gives quick, efPhone 230, of the year and the vital organs of the fective and permanent relief or money GLENWORTH FARMS. BURGIN, KENTUCKY. body are half asleep. No wonder people refunded bv R. E. McRoberts. It goes feel lazy, "dopey", drowsy, sore, tired, right to the spot you feel betterin fiv FOR YOUR DEN iraucxazceasf e achy and "all in". minutes. IR'.iutn'i.l uliff Tumuits Give your bbod and your entire body J No roundabout method of stomach house cleaning. dosing with Hyomei you 1 a good, breath it. Yale and Harvard, each 9 in. x 24 in. does for That's what ROOT JUICE health-givin- g di-- 1 This medication goes von. It not onlv cleans, nuriiies and rectly to the Michigan Come!!, Princeton, inflamed membranes, all out the irritation enriches the blood and cleans and congestion is quickly re Each 7 in. x 21 in. body, but it puts new life, new fotce, lieved, the delicate tissues healed and Ky. "fire." "pep" and "ginger" into you. vitalized. All best qualitv felt with felt headAs a general tonic for weak folks and is the one pla-.- e you will most enjoy a vacation Hyomei should be in every household. ing, streamers, letters and masrot exold folks it beats anything you ever This splendid ecuted in proper colors. Druggists everywhere sell it. Ask rcr rest or rocreat:cn. We nave not ine space saw in all your life. assortment sent postpaid for 30 cents for the complete outfit $1.00 size. way ROOT JUICE sharpens up here to ttH or the glories of the western North The and 5 stamps to pay postage. Send now. the appetite, improves digestion, stirs Carolina mountains. CRAB ORCHARD. HOWARD SPECIALTY COMPANY up the liver and bswels, regulates and Dayton Ohio. strengthens the kidneys and tones up Miss Rella Arnold of Lancaster was shattered nerves is a wonder. And it's with Mrs. Will Pettus this last week. guaranteed to give entire satisfaction Miss Lucilc Morgan of Richmond is GOLF HUNTING TENNIS every time. It's got to give results and j with her parents Rev. and Mrs. Marv MOUNTAIN CLIMBING the dvuggist will give you back ever Morgan. RIDING MOTORING DRIVING cent you paid for it if you take back Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Cherry the empty bottle and say you're disapmotored to Stanford Sunday to visit pointed or dissatisfied. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT, Mrs. Hilton. Give ROOT J UICE just a week to their sister Henry Owens, et al, Plaintiffs. Her.dersonvilie, Waynesville. Hot Springs, Tyron, Mrs. Bessie Browning of Livingston bring you round and you wont exchange vs Brvrd. Saluda, Flat Rock the benefit you derive for ten times came down Monday for a short visit to Ed Owens, et al, Lake 1'oxawav. Defendants, her mother Mrs. Kate Magee. the price it cost you. Rut be sure you and j(eS get the real, genuine, guaranteed, Mrs. M. J. Logan who has many W. II. Harris, Plaintiff, l money back ROOT JUICE. Dont let friends in Garrard is well and getting REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE OF vs ,; any dishonest druggist palm oir some along nicely for one in her condition. on , imitation on you and tell you it's just Mrs. W. D. Dunn has about recover- Jelf Moore, Defendant. v '.X ,cs 'A "1 as good. There's only one genuine ed from her recent severe sickness and Pursuant to a judgment rendered at or PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH -" ROOT JUICE; it's dill'erent from any is able to resume her household duties. the March Term, 1914, the undersigned . For further information see local asent, or address, Commissioner will sell at public auction thing else sold for a similar purpose Mrs. Claudie Holdman has been quite before the Court House Door in Lan- B. H. Todd, D. P. A. Louisville, Ky. and there's nothing "just as good". sick with something like pleurisy for caster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or There's glorious relief in store for you several days, but is some better at this thereabouts, on if you've never tried this wonder blood time. MONDAY, MAY 25, 1914. cleanser, purifier, tonic and system Mrs. P. Y. Hurt and children of it being the first day of the Garrard builder. Lebanon Junction, and Miss Ray Hurt, ' County Court Term, the real estate of Mt Vernon have been guests of Mrs mentioned in the pleadings and 7 as follows: Same being a house f'-'Daisy Hurt. M.N A. wfi Garrard in the city of Lancaster, l' Mr Mrs. Robt Thompson and Miss Tan County, Ky., two lots, the first being IAj yU , fipzj &! :rf! fflt Messrs Stevie Layton and Tally ner Thompson visited .Mrs Thompson's part of the lot sold to Madison Baker by the Trustees ot tl:e Lancaster Wheeler were visitors in Lancaster mother Mrs. Povnter of Mt Vernon cemetery and part of the Dophny lot Wednesday. last Sunday. and bounded as follows: Beginning at re- Mrs. Hannah Steger is sitting un the Northeast end of aid lot; thence i Misses Abie and Bessie King of near West 40 feet; thence a straigl line to Lowell visited Mrs. Clvdie Morgan of some littl" every day and her physi- railroad; thence with the vigor, refreshment, Dr. Jones, see.ins cij liopelul nf thet,e Southt.ast eorner of the railroad cian, qnaremea'. rim, this place Saturday night. Dophny tQ speedy recovery lot; thence with tha Eastern line thereMr. and Mrs. Carol Prewitt and little her A jury of a half million has found a wholecomenese. (3 ?Ty. Mrs. Pearl Everett who has been with of to the beginning. The deed to which daughter spent Satuiday night with 5, ltG9, and lecorded m parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Harvey is dated March her verdict in favor of the Ford. More her parents Mr. and Mrs. Watson. Deed Book Y page HO.Garrard Countv will join Prof Everett at Bowl Clerk's office. The second lot is in the Messrs Tally Wheeler and Billie Collier than five hundred thousand Fords middle of the week and said town of Lancaster, Kv.. on Bufoid Simpson attended the candy pulling ing Green the they will visit his family for a few day?. street adjoining the before mentioned sa n"'.vu ,- use have given by Miss Askie Fletcherat Lowell. sold into wide-wo- rld d lot and bounded on the North by Our Graded School Commencement street, on the East by Gregory k. earned a reputation for serviceabilwill begin tonight at the Baptist church lot. the L. & N. Railroad track; on the Ml-o-n- a For All Great West by Maggie Iiurdett property, and and continue three nights. ity and economy unparalleled in CCC.--CGI-A COMPANY have been made, and the same property conveyed by T. B. preparations Robinson as Bad Stomachs everything points to a most entertain- - Ky., bv ieeu sheriff of Garrard County, ATLANTA. CA. the motor car world. to Jellery Aloors of re -- C cord in Deed Book no. 10. page 2S9, If you are not able to digest jour ing and enjoyable time. you see an , m;, t.,v.u.- - Thnr.,r.0rr r- i,KrJ Garrard County Clerk's office. Arrow think food; if you lack an appetite; if your Five hundred dollars is the prii-- of the Ford runn'j... i."..... The purpose of this sale is to divide of Coca-Cu"i- Mr. and Robert the proceeds received t rom the sale ot stomach is sour, gass, upset; your daughter of about ;the touring car is five fifty; the town car sevtongue coated; if your head aches and Thompson of this place is one of the the property among the parties enti en fifty--f- . o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. you arc dizzy; if you have heartburn ' most talented girls to bescen anywhere, tled to receive the same, after paying Get catalog and particulars from adjudged and the debts and pains in your colon or bowels, why She not only performs well upon the the costs . of certain parties :s5n7;:ayHircassra3giir.i:reE VSSISZtSSSSiSXSS-ltTSneedlessly? piano, but does the most beautiful against the interest suffer herein. Buy now today from R. E. Mc- needlework, crocheting and knitting, The Madison Garage, Incorporated. TERMS. Roberts a fifty cent box of Mi-- o na and in the latter work, can tell as well Richmond, Kv; The sale will be made on a credit of Diaw ft 1' Stomach Tablets. Take them regularly as any one when a stitch has been drop- - six months and the purchaser will be and see how quickly you get relief. ped. She takes pleasure in reading, required to execute bond with approved Or Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. security for the purchase price, due in There is nu more effective remedy for reciting and entertaining, can handle a for the money you owe and It streng- typewriter perfectly, understands both g stomach ills than note how much more resthens and builds up surely and safely instrumental and ocal music and ren- - sai( uonj having the force and effect the digestive organs, suothes h ii- - der.? some splendiJ selections at church, of a judgment upon which execution pectfully your creditors d Sjjl ritated ineml and incieases the She converses fluently upon historical. may issue, payable to W. H. Brown. you. They like to do the 1; How of the digestive iuiee.- -. You- - poetical and Biblical subjects. Is al- - Master Commissioner of will beGarrard reservCircuit Court, and a lien be-- !, ways busy, always pleasant, never ed upon the property sold until all the whole sjsiem is benefited and jou business with a man who se;ms grieved over her misfortune and purchase money is paid. come well and strong has an account at the Mi-' mi is different from other diges-- ; like Helen Keller is a living example of W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C, ' Money bock it not what can be accomplished with will H. C. Kauffman, Attr.rney. tive remedies & Trust Co. Garrard Bank power and exertion. ?' satisfied Cap't Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. . fe They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They wil grow all right. Clean Out My BOHEMIA! KNG 240. f-- H?fc J ft" fipPJlt BtlHllfflf U,Cal I 1 55 Oj O 1 XX CL O UL 1 L nt READ THE SHOW RECORDS. 50.00 Splendid repair and fully equipped. Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co "IR i j h QX3T?7Tl t: r iViLiL., ire TOE? BRYANTSVILLE, LIVE IN OPEN Commissioner Sale Of Land. OTHER NOTED RESORTS MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS VV tali "' .' fit cross-petitio- SOUTHERN RAILWAY JJnnksrFS - I f M fa des-crib- lj r, vW -- annvors everv beverage i Witt satisfy you Bu-for- x i. i . e la I PI Check i A ie-ar- tZ I i m,rs!Xzzemmf8&'JMimwim rm rlOF MfifffCAM ' o i r The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Paint is liquid money. You spread it over your house and then sun, wind, rain and dust beat upon it in the effort to wear it out and get at the wood. Bye and bye you have to do it all over again but less often with f i! l! i P-- I V e tv-- H IIUU Pennsylvania Avenue, at 13tk & RATESt Rscbs, Diluted Bali 3.G. S W M deals Sirs, THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. FrrST? irML ?? I???. RATS Fihiti Ell $1.50, $2.00 up. SE& tf(JrSS'J3fiMiI :i:;s5'2!4 ioafOAi.it 1 rTStrtiS tsSl WHITE J SZS0, $3.00 up. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. A. R JENNY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T Hanna's Green Seal Paint than with others. When you thinlf. of the d cost of paint and painting, remember that s labor. is paint and It costs more to put on a poor paint than good one. Use the paint that lasts longest. one-thirtwo-third- OVERLOOKS HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palm. Court, Indian Grill Koom, Tea Room 'Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. Jmbry, Asa't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. FOR SALE BY CONN BROTHERS CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. i - The Central Record, Thursday May 14 1914. TEATER8YILLE. "NON-PONCTUR- Page 3 '1 B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. Rigney, PREMIER MIDWAY Children Cry for Fletcher's t Tho Kind You Have Always Booght, and irhlch lias been in use for over 30 years, has borne the of - and has been made tinder his ner- jyfy'-Ssonal supervision since its infancy. C&CCAfte AllOW no one to f1iirivn vnii In tlila. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. sio-natiir- vSCCCJ5NKN!jsi d" SSSs 7 Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor otlicr Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcverishncss. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS &L&fffl& In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CFNTAUR COM R ANY. NEW YORK CITY. Sr3 We Have It Here ! AUTO 5UPPL1ISFJ II $&fiiJ Don't Worry! carry the biggest line of accessories In this territory. Please remember this when you want auto supplies in a hurry. Everything from axle grease and spark plugs to speedometers and tires. You are sure to get what you want when you want it. And cheap E Mr. Jim Doolin is with relatives here AUTO" from Jessamine. M. B. Wheeler sold to Wilbert Daily TIRES. one cow and calf for $55. Miles Mr. Charlie Bolton called at Mr. John Guaranteed Frathers Sunday evening. Service. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Pendleton visited These tires bear the greatest known her uncle Mr. Jink Long Sunday. mileage guarantee, yet are sold at a Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sebastian visited orice even less than tires ot ordinary Mr. and Mrs. Teeodore Irvin recently. This guarantee covers I guarantee. Mr. Hurbert and Otto Long were punctures, blow-ouand general wear. guests of Mr. Lige Longs, Saturday Guarantee covers 7,500 miles service night. against abuse. These tires are inten- Calvin Rogers and wife visited 9 ded for most severe service. Mr. Orders have been received for these her father Mr. Sam Kelly Saturday tires for use in United States Governnight. Mrs. Charlie Bolton Irene Bolton and ment Service. As a SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY Ethel Snyder visited Mrs. Elijah Hume offer, we will allow the following prices last week. for the next ten days. Mary Jane Prewitt was the week-en- d TIRES-TUB- ES guest at her aunt, Lucinda Sebastian Tube Tire last week. 28x3 $ 9.20 $ 2.00 Mr. and Mrs. John Prather, yisited 10.25 2.30 30x3 her niece, Mrs. Marshal Sutton Sunday 2.80 13.50 30x3J at McCreary. 3.00 14.05 32x3J Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Wheeler and two 3.20 15.25 34x3J daughters visited Mrs. Susan Jane 17.00 3.25 31x4 Taylor, Sunday. 18.00 3.30 32x4 19.50 3.40 33x4 Miss Ethel Snyder was the charming 3.60 20.40 34x4 little guest of her aunt, Miss Irene 21.00 3.80 35x4 Bolton last week. 3.90 22.00 36x4 Mr. Wilbert Daily wife and little son 26.00 5.00 35x4J Harrison visited her parents Mr. and 5.10 27.00 36x4J Mrs, William Sebastian. 5.15 27.50 37x4J Farmers are almost through planting 32.60 5.40 37x5 corn, through this country some are Non-Ski20 per All other sizes. replanting because of the cut worms. cent extra. 5 per cent discount if payMiss Irine Bolton entertained quite a ment in full accompanied order and if crowd of young folks at her home Sat- two are so ordered, shipping charges urday night and also Sunday afternoon. will be paid by us. C. O. D. on 15 pel Our nlltnnt Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Wheeler and pant nf amnnnf nf nrrlisr little daughter Theltna had a very is limited, so we suggest early orderpleasant visit at Mr. and Mrs. John ing. We sell direct only, giving pur-- 1 Prather's Sunday. chaser the advantage of all middlemen's Mrs. Jeff Pendleton entertained a profits. RELINERS. few young folks last week. AH had their fortunes told by Mrs. Pendleton Use our famous reliners, they elimand reported a good time. inate blow outs and 90 per cent of punctures besides giving many thousand more miles service to each tire. Chamberlain's Linimeut. When in your tires you ride without This preparation is intended especially worry of tire troubles. for rheumatism, lame back, sprains and For all 3 inch tires $1.95 like ailments. It is a favorite with For all 3J inch tires $2.20 people who are well acquainted with For all 4 inch tires $2.60 its splendid qualities. Mrs. Charles For all 4J inch tires $2.75 Tanner, Wabash, Ind., says of it, "I For all 5 inch tires $2.90 have found Chamberlain's Liniment For all 5i inch tires. $3.00 the best thing for lame back and sprains TIRE FACTORY I have ever used. It works like a Dayton, Ohio charm and relieves pain and soreness. It has been used by others ot my Mot of 'Em Do. family as well as myself for upwards "Dear me, It's so hard to buy for a of twenty j ears." 25 and 50 cent botman." "Yes, I hate to spend the tles. For sale by all dealers. money that way, too." ORPHAN SCHOOL HARES PLEA FOR ADDITIONAL BUILDING. The Kentucky Female Orphan School at Midway, has assumed such proportions that an additional building is nee; essary, and the trustees are soliciting funds for its erection. The school at present can only accommodate 140 girls and last year fully that number was refused admittance for the lack of room. The following circular shows how their present expenses are met. and their needs for financial aid, which we trust will be met promptly and liberally by their friends in the state. HOW OUR EXPENSES ARE MET. "We employ none but the best teachers, we keep a good table, we keep our buildings in thorough repair. Thi3 requires the expenditure of a large sum of money annually. The income from our endowment is about twelve thousand dollars a year. Our attendance is one hundred and forty. After pactic-in- g the strictest economy we find that each girl costs us about one hundred and seventy dollars a session. Thus our running expenses are about twenty-thre- e thousand, eight hundred dollars a year. This includes board, tuition, books everything a girl requires while in the school except clothing and doctor's bills. From this statement it can be seen that our endowment is not sufficient to meet our regular expenses. This deficiency must be made up by our pupils and their friends in the following way: Every pupil is required to pay a con tingent fee ot ten dollars when she enters the school. This about pays for her books which become her property, and she may take them away with her if she leaves the school the next week. For the rest of our deficiency, about eleven thousand eight hundred dollars, we are compelled to look to the applicants and their friends. There are many girls with a little means, or with relatives that can help them, who are able to pay something; these are expected to pay up to the measure of their ability. Then again there are girls who have nothing, whom me community or tne church, or some benevolent person would gladly and if the matter were presented to them. We ask all who can to raise as much as a girl will cost the school, and so enable us to receive some who have no friends to aid them. If this amount can not be promised, let as large a sum as possible be named. These remarks, however, should not discourage any girl from applying. Each applicant should promise what she can, no matter how small the amount, and will do our best for her. OUR NEEDS. 1 Although we rejoice over the history of our school, we must not be satisfied with what has already been accomplished. The site of our contracted chapel approached by a narrow winding stairway; our small class rooms with the pupils seated up to the black board; our inadequate arrangement for library and museum; the absence of a gymnasium or suitable place for the girls to taka exercise in unpleasant weather, will convince any visitor of our need of a new building. 2. If this is the impression made upon an occasional visitor, you may imagine how this need presses upon the hearts of the teachers and trustees who are brought face to face with it so often. It is the feeling that prompted the trustees at a recent meeting to in struct the executive committee to put up a building to meet these wants as soon as sufficient funds can be secured for that purpose. It is intended to erect a structure that will answer for the next hundred years, buch a building must contain a chapel, a library, a museum and a gymnasium. 4. The erection of this building will be money well spent, looked at from another point of view; for besides supplying the present necessities of the school, it will enable us to receive at least forty more girls into the institution, by converting our present chapel s and into bed rooms which can be easily done at very little class-rooms, class-room- Ass't Cash'r. W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ORGANIZED 1883. J. J. WALKEK, Vice Prest. Joe J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keeper. f 7,500 We Citizens National OF LANCASTER. KY. Bank ts Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. Schulz's Cut Flowers C& FLORAL DESIGNS All orders filled with Nice,Choice Flowers Phone 43 or 339-F- . All orders are appreciated and will be delivered promptly. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent ernational Harvester Manure Spreaders H 3P jBflP H . E ThelHCLine GRAIN AND HAT MACHINES LOOK for the following points in the spreader you buy: well-teste- Biadcri, Ktapart Header, ftUwtrs Rake,. Stackers Hay Laader Ha? Prctact CORN MACHMIS FUattn, Picktra KaJ.n. Cahrratart Skdlara. rect, efficient, antee of first-clang of parts where strains usually come. ss Euilax, Cstttri r Sana-Jai. TILLAGE Par, mmi Spriaf-Taal- m Duk Harrows Caltiratera OiITractart Maaara Saraajara Craaat Soaratsia Farm Wavaas Malar Tracks Tsnekero Grata DrB. GENERAL UNI 03 aaa Gu Eaiiaca COT No Iva Harden from Lexington spent last week with home folks-MMiss r. WE at that Preston Snyder pnd family spent last Tuesday with Mrs. Coy Sanders. Mrs. Nannie Mcberly has returned home after a weeks stay in Lexington. Mr, Johnson Speaks and family spent the day with Mrs Nannie Moberly Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Preston spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lottie Raney. Mr. and Mrs. John Turner are happy over the arrival of a 10 pound girl born May 5. Mrs. There U no substitute or thoroughgoing, ardent and sincere earnart-nessDickens. For The Torpid Liver. Subtltut. . rtaTCraaJers Kaaf a Grisiers IbaWTariM 4. Strength of parts where occasional strains come. 5. Wearing qualities and protection of driving parts. 6. Reputation of manufacturer, insuring efficient repair service. Satisfied American farmers find these essentials in International manure spreaders. International spreaders have, besides, many features that gsew out of long field experience. Study the steel construction in frame, wheels, and driving beater; the differmechanism; the entials in rear axles, insuring even spreading while turning corners; tho reversible worm and gear; low, easily-loade- d box; and many others. . International spreaders are of all style3 and sizes, high and low, endless and reverse apron. Write for illustrated catalogues, and when we send them wo will tell you where you may sea the spreaders. easily-removab- design. 2. Guard materials. 3. Reinforci- i. Cor- hteraatioial Hamster Company if America Uscsnxrutau "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets off and on for the past six years when- New Albany Ckaarfca Dttriag VcCnalck WSvu&ti Ind. Ovtoaa ever my liver shows signs of being in a disordered condition. They have always acted quickly and given me the desired relief," writes Mrs. F. H. For sale Trubus, Springville, N. Y. by all dealers. 1-- Flu raii eh Count on us for auto supplies that you need in a hurry to improve or fix your car. Ask us for our low price list. Only Real Proof. The conduct of our lives is the only Danville spent from Friday till Sunday proof of the sincerity in our hearts. with friends here. George Eliot. Attie Preston and children from OUR BEST POSTIVELY THE BIGGEST VALUE OF STANDARD PUBLICATION Sick Headache. Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. 1 ,r .',...' in ., .' 1. I ;.,.,- .or" fi - '.m . t "" - ""I . Mrs. A. L. Luckie, East Rochester, N. Y., was a victim of sick headache and despondency, caused by a badly weakened and debilitated condition of her stomach, when she began taking Chamberlain's Tablets. She says, "I found them pleasant to take, also mild and effective. In a few weeks' time I was restored to my former good health. " For sale by all dealers. 1-- Plea In Equity. man, Mr. Hogshead, has applied to have his name changed. He claims that the name Hogshead makes him a butt. A Baltimore Whooping Cough. OFFER EVER OFFERED Not Good After May, You'll find it on the top of each genuine '- ' '' ' CORTRIGHT Metal Shingle as us from the imitator. Roofs covered with these shingles 27 years ago are good today, and nave never needed repairs. That's why they're imitated. Therefore, look for this stamp. For Sale by It is put there to protect you as well 'About a year ago my three boys had whooping cough and I found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the only one that would relieve their coughing and whooping spells. I continued this treatment and was surprised to find Best Aid. Great works are performed not by that it cured the disease in a veryshort strength but by perseverance. Sam- time," write Mrs. Archie Dalrymple, Crooksville, Ohio. For sale by all uel Johnson. ' dealers. m 23, 1914 SEXUAL KNOWLEDGE ILLUSTRATED Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. 320 PAGES. Compliment to Nature. "Oh, do look at that dear little lamb!" said Frances, on seeing a young lamb for the first time In her life. "Isn't it pretty?" asked mamma. "Yes; and it is so natural, too. It squeaks just like a toy lamb, and has the same sort of wool on its back." EVERY FARMER SHOULO 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 ou rework is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., if you need cement work of any kind. Tells all about sex matters; what young men and women, young wives and husbands and all others need to know about the sacred laws that gov-- 1 Plain truths of ern the sex forces. sex life in relation to happiness in marriage. 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These forward steps, we feel assured, will meet with the hearty ap proval of our friends; but to take these steps we must secure something more than their approval. We need means and to secure this appeal is made year The'Central Record-o- ne through a financial agent whose salary Enquirer-o- ne year 1.00 is paid by the Alumnae Association of The Weekly the school. It has been a long time one year .50 Farm and Fireside, since the Orphan School had an agent .25 and Floral Life, monthly Household Journal in the field, and we trust it will only be BEAUTIFUL AND COLORED necessary for her to call the attention .50 Poultry Husbandry, monthly of Christian people in some simple way, To-Da.50 Magazine; monthly to their opportunity to broaden and deepen a work already so well begun, Regular value to secure their aid. rich, rare, pictures of Manv are 6. Moreover, we are emboldened to BEAUTIFUL MODELS AND make this appeal because we can look ACTRESSES with just pride upon the past financial For Ml, One Year g Also a management of the school. Our books Our FOUNTAIN PEN are open to the inspection of all who desire to look into them. Such an inAll for only 50 cents spection will reveal the fact that we The greatest bargain in beautiful always live within our income and that cards and rare art pictures ever offered. we throw such safeguards around our Many are hard to obtain and have sold treasury that the misappropriation of We consider this the biggest and best bargain we have ever been singly for the price we ask for all. any of its funds is next to impossible. able to offer our readers. Our own publication heads the list. The These will go quickly to all lovers of We not only invite the inspection of our to need a FIVE have millions of readers and are too well-knothe beautiful in nature who appreciate methods of doing business, but also the other introduction. rare art pictures of well developed manner in which we conduct our school. further models. Every part of our work and every g fountain pen deDartment in our building are open to A reliable -free with each order. These alone have our friends. Nothing can please us better than for them to come and look sold for one dollar in stores. You must act quickly as our agreement with the publisher exstewardship. The 100 beautiful cards and pen all into our May; 23, 1914. 7. We ask our friends to contribute pires for but 50c and 10c in stamps for post- promptly and liberally to this fund that age. we mav not be crowded much longer in s the ART PORTRAYAL CO. chapefandare doing, andso unworthy and of the men work we Daytom Ohio. women supporting this wore LI HAN HALF PRICE. $1.00 100 y, POSTJARDS Self-Fillin- y's $3.75 Special Bargain Price ONLY $1.70. wn self-hllin- Subscribe Now- - Today. class-room- The Central Record Page 4 The Central Record SIX MONTH TERM incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 The Central Record, Thursday May LIBRARY OPENING. The library of the Woman's Club to its patrons every Friday afternoon, from four to five o'clock. Mrs. Emma Kauffman will be in charge. will be opened 14., 1914. Fifth Sunday Meeting of South District Association of a year. I FOR RURAL SCHOOLS Will Not Be Changed This Year. ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. ELKIN. Business Manager. . J. BAPTISTS To be held with Miss Higjrins, County Sup'r, of Entered at the I'o-- l Office in Lancaster. Ky. Schools is in receipt of a MISS COOK TO LEAVE. letter from Mail Matter. as Second ( the office of the State Superintendent, Miss Iva Irene Cook, who has been Member Kentucky Press Association in which she is advised that there will with The Messenger since the paper be no extension of the term of the was established, will return to her tnd rural schools during the current year. home in Louisville next Saturday. Eighth District Publishers League. The law enacted at the recent session Miss Cook is conceded to be the best of the General Assembly providing for compositor in Kentucky, and is also Lancaster, Ky., May 14, 1914. the lengthening of the school term, thoroughly competent to handle any was so amended as to provide that a Rates For Political Announcements percapita tax of $4.75 must be declared of the complicated work in a printing office. She has several position in For Precinct ami Citv Oilices . . .S 5.00 before the school term could be extend- view, but at present is undecidt d as to 10.00 ed. This cannot be done this year. where she will resume work. or County Oilices She has 15.00 However, it is hoped and expected made many warm friends in For State and District Oilices Danville, .10 that the requirement of the new law her always lady-lik- e For Calls, per line bearing and gen-ni10 may be met next year and the extenFor Cards, per line disposition making her a general For all publications in the intersion be made. During the present favorite. Any newspaper office is est of individuals or expresyear, 191 the school term will reto have the assistance1 of one sion of individual views, per main six months term as has been so competent and industrious Messenger. cutomaty in the past. 05 Obituaries, per line !. Porl(s Of Dix Riv?r Church MAY 30th and 31st, 1914. FRIDAY EVENING. Devotional Exercises J. V. MahaR. Bible Docti ine of Regeneration and Conversion J. L. DotsoB. Sermon J. Leslie Adkins;, Query Box. SATURDAY MORNING. 0:45 a. m. Essentials of a Sunday School Albett MaiWx, J. W. tte&Kte. Qualification of a Sunday School Teacher J. T. Witertt. What is my Teacher's Meeting worth to my School? E. J. IkSkfer. SATURDAY AFTERNOON. M. D. Early. R. C. Khaalo. 1:30 Temperance Review of District Mission Work J. I Datur Bible Doctrine of the Tithe II. M. Sfeeaee, Albert Maf SATURDAY EVENING. :J5 Query Box. .... ......JL W. B. .... The Spirit of Missions...... ...... SUNDAY MORNING. 9:30 Sunday School. V. Fw, 10:10 Talk to Children 11:00 Sermon J. L. Datst C. V. Coak. 2:3'J p. m. General Discussion of Missions, led by Mrs. Joita Morgan. Woman's Work Eacli Speaker will have from twenty to thirty minutes. J. L. Adkins, .1. L. Dotson, J. W. Marian. Committee. Gov. James B. McCrearj will address the Democratic voters of the county UUlMJMUiililW i li i ilia will ii ii iiiiinin !! wipiih mil m j n ia at the court house m Lancaster on Monday afternoon Mai 25th, county court day at 1:30 o'clock, m the interest of Ins candulacj for the United States Senate. viov. McCrearv needs no introduction to the people of. uarraru count. aside from being our Chief Executive, he is from our neighboring county of Madison, and has innumerable warm friends in Garrard. In the ears a gone he has ever readily and willingly helped in every campaign that has been waged in behalf of Democracy in GarrarJ. and our people entertain a kindly feeling for him. lie will doubtless have a splendid audience. 7:45 al te There has never yet appeared upon this earth any person who could please everybody. Our Saviour could not do it. ir the olden time, and we doubt exceedingly if he could do so now in this da- - and time. Lancaster is exactly like the rest of the world, no one could e everybody in Lancaster, it would be useless to try. Irom the very establishment of a water system in Lancaster, every person connected with it has come in for condemnation from one source or another. Perhaps mistakes have been n:uUr, no doubt there have, but to err is human, and ve do not doubt but that eer person who has been connected with our water works system has done what they thought vb best for the luu ii. and tried to give the taxpayers tin most their money would buy. This is ntirelv too small a town for grafter, nor do we believe such has ever Lee n attempted, the mistakes if made, the result of misguided weie judgment. Tlie thing to do now is to take the proper care of what we have. There is no reason why our lane should give out tins season, we do not care what other jieople say to the contrary, provided the water is used conservatively, but we reiterate our former statement, that the Pacific ocean could not stand the continuous strain that the unrestrained sprinkling public of Lancaster put upon their water works lake. During the heated season, from its very beginning, sprinkling is indulged in, morning, noon and night, hydrants and sprays are allowed to run all night, gardens are irrigated from the family hydrant, and every conceivable method is used to the exhaustion of the lake, and then the cry goes up that the water works system is no good. We contend that if the water was used as if you were paying so much per gallon for it, that there would be no necessity of fear that we could not fut-nithe ice plant, as well as our other industries, with all the water they netd during the entire season, and we believe that a fair trial would prove this contentiou to be correct. plt-assh SALYCILIC ACID USED IN PRESERVING IS DANGEROUS SINCLAIR. The following communication was sent us by Mrs. Ed. Southwick of Thibodeaux La. "The many friends in Garrard and Lincoln counties will be sui prised to hear of the death of Mrs. Geo. Sinclair ol New Orleans, Apr. 23rd. having been ill only a few weeks. Mrs. Sinclair for man years visited in K . everv summer. She was better known to her friends as Aunt Eliza, having a sweet and lovable disposition she was endeared to all who knew her. Mrs. Sinclair had reached the ripe age of eighty years and ten months." Mrs. Sinclair will b? remembered in Garrard county as a frequent visitor to the homo of the late Elijah M. Lawless and she also visited many other families in the Buckeje section of the count, where she has many warm friends who will grieve deeply at the news of her death. ......... According To Government Experts. OLD ROSEBUD, FIRST, HODGE, SECOND, IN Kentucky Derby Saturday. Old Itoscbud won the great Kentucky del by last Saturday with Hodge running a strong second. Uoth horses are which geldings. The time was 2.03-2-- 5 is both derby and track record at Churchill Downs for the distance, which is one and one fourth miles. Jockey J. McCabe rode the winner. Old ltosebud is the property of H. C. Applegate & Co. of Louisville. The Kentucky Derby run on last Satuidaj was the fortietii event of its kind and many re;pects was the most notable one ever run. The attendance was estimated at from ,M) to 50,000. The A YEAR'S GROWTH gross value of ihe race was $12,575. Value to tlie winner Old Rosebud. net, Hodge, second $2,000, Bronze-win- g, OFTHF CHAUTAUQUA MOVEMENT third Sl.WA), John Guild, fourth MARVELOUS 9,-1- The U. S. Government has issued the following bulletin giving warning against the use of Salcilic acid in the preserving of fruits and vegetables. The bulletins upon the subject are free for the asking, and anyone interested should write for them. "The attention of the Department of Agriculture has recently been called to the widespread use. especially in rural communities, of salicylic acid inputting up preserves. The head of a large drug ar.d chemical supply house states that people living in Southwest Virginia, North and South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, and western Georgia, have been purchasing salicj lie acid in lb packages for a number of years and that this practice has grown to an enormous extent. This dealer states further that only a few weeks ago he received an order from one wholesale grocer for fifty gross of these goods. The Department is aware that this practice is not confined to salicylic acid under its own name alone, but that large quantities of this acid, and of boric acid as well, are sold under fanciful names as preserving powders or canning compounds at prices which are much in excess of their real value. In the directions for use, the house wife is told to fill the jar with the fruit or vegetables, cover with water and add a teaspoonful of the powder. It is true that these powders may prevent the decay of the fruit or vegetable, but they also encourage uncleanly or careless work, and their excessive use may be attended with very serious effects upon the health. Salicylic acid is a medicine of the greatest value in acute articular rheumatism and certain other diseases. It is well known as a poisonous substance, and one of the evils which may accompany its use is de rangement of tne digestion. It is therefore plain that its extensive use in food mav lead to disturbance of digestion and health. It is entirely practicable to put up both fruits and vegetables in such a manner that they wi.l keep indefinitely ' by sterilizing the products by means tif heat, and there is no excuse for running any risk by the useing of preseiving powders. The Department of Agriculture has issued the following Farmers' Bulletins on canning and preserving;- F. 15. 203 Canned Fruit, Preserves and Jellies. F. B. 359 Canning Vegetables in the Home. F. B. 521 Canning Tomatoes at Home and in Club Work. These bulletins, which may be obtained without cost by applying to the Division of Publications of the Depart-- 1 ment, give exact directions for canning and preserving foods without the Use of preserving powders or canning com pounds." I i ' LAMB CROP SHORT. j PAINFUL ACCIDENT. tV" T ' IIP r ELIMINATION OF HDERIA SAID TO BE PLAN OF MEDIATORS FOLLOWED BY ESTABLISHMENT are quality. them at from Or PROVISIONAL Government In Mexico. The Board of Mediators which will meet at .Niagara Falls Ont. on next Monday with the primary ooject of adjusting the differences between this country and Mexico, are said to have in contemplation a plan looking to the entile elimination of Huerta and the establishment of a Provisional Government in thac war torn country, to be composed of both factions now warring with each other, the Federals and the Constitutionalists. The questions to come before them are extremely complicated and will require great diplomacy in their unraveling. Rebel forces under Zapata, Carranza and Villa, with Carranza in command will attacK .Mexico City simultaneously, and the fall of that city is looked upon as inevitable. Complaiiit has been made to Secy Bryan that this country had violated the armistice by. the seizure of a lighthouse, but this matter has been explained to the satisfaction of the Board of Mediation bv the fact that the lighthouse had been abandoned by the Mexicans and was put in operation by U. S. forces for the protection of shipping. In the meantime every precaution is being taken by our forces both on land and sea to see that Americans and American interests are protected to the fullest, at the same time maintaining the ureatest care that no overt act is committed pending the deliberations of the Board. engaging a paper knife, with which she was ripcents per pound. I ping some of her little doll clothes. While the sight narrowly escaped and the accident was quite painful, we are BOSKINS. glad to report the dear little Miss doing NiMfiiitA.! i,i nicely. T. n ir o gram yesterday announcing the death He of her uncle, .Mr. J. T. Hoskins. KILLED BY LIGHTNING, was a native of Garrard county and was well known in this city. For a Thomas Tankersley who was imploycd number of years he had been a resident as a farm hand by Mr. Rogers a tenant of Ashland City, Tenn., and interment of Mr Sweeney Morgan on the Crab will take place there. Advocate. Orchard pike about live miles from Lancaster, was found dead under a hickory tree Tuesday afternoon. TankARM BROKEN. ersley was killed by a bolt of lightning Mr. Fisher Gaines, of the city, sus- during a thunder storm which prevailed tained a broken arm at Buena Vistr, in that section of the county shortly Saturday while cranking his automobile. after noon Tuesday. Coroner Jones While his many friends will be very went out and held an inquest and the sorry to learn of his misfortune, they jury brought in a veidict in accordance will be pleased to know that he is doing with the above statement. Mr. Tanknicely and is resting easy this morning. ersley was about thirty years of age, Danville Advocate. was unmarried and came from the Flat Woods locality. I The lamb crop in Garraid county Little Elizabeth Logan Simpson, met his year is a short one. not coming up with a painful accident Monday, by beto the usual standard in eithernumbers ing struck in the eye with the point of liujers are (U to 7 ii.i,0 "I'm as Hungry As a Bear!" of the house" says be sure he expects something SUBSTANTIAL coming his way directly. We've had lots of our women customers tell us that our roasts, steaks, chops or whatever it might be jast PLEASED THE MEN right down to the gravy. And the l'JJICES PLEASED 'EM TOO. How about pleasing YOUII J HEX the "man Vy this you can Davidson & Doty. 3&tl&&si& ftt&& S?ci. i WILEY PROERTY SOLD. BASE BALL. There will be a match game of ball between Paint Lick and Point Leavell on the Point Leavell grounds Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Admission free ' and the public is cordially invitad. ' Now if you think this is a "scrub" game, just go out and and see how j much you will be deceived, for these country nines put up a classy game, much better than you often see in Lancaster, and they are perfectly willing to wager their good hard money they can beat any team Lancarter can scare up any day in the week. The good people of both Hyattsville and Point Leavell have rented and put into good condition, grounds for the use of t leir teams, and good games are to be seen each Saturday afternoon, often double headers. j Col. I. M. Dunn, of Danville and the local real estate agents, Hughes & Swinebroad, sold to James I. Hamilton the Wiley property on Lexington street for $8,250.00 cash. Possession giv en at once. This is one of the handsomest homes in the city and Mr. Hamilton purchase! it for a permanent home and hi Mili I cc not for speculation. iS HAIL LIE CHANGES HANDS In order that we may not have to shut down our Ice and Ice Cream factory when the City Water gives out, we are building a ST a Mr. Sam Farley for the last fifteen months has been conducting the mail line between this place and Nicholas-villhas soM his line to H. D. Lee. Mr. Farley has given splendid satisfaction as a mail carrier, and his patrons hope and believe Mr. Lee will give equally as good satisfaction. Mr. Farley will continue to reside in Lancaster e, I 000 aiion neservoir DEM VISTA CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL AND WAGONS. ; This reservoir has a water shed of 100 acres, and is fed by several everlasting springs Our patrons and friends can depend upon us to supply them with Ice and Ice Cream through out the Summer, regardless of weather conditions or the City Water Supply. Yours Respectfully, IS jt .TgaagararcMMait jfrilaiaa4aiagapWTaTBaa?rjCiTaWT-- 'r if ia yyapBpaPPtETTWl i $225. pools Seven Hundred More Tent The betting in the Chaulauquas than 4 to 5. Old was a shaue HunThan Last Yearfwenty-tw- o Rosebud, the winner was bred by J. E. Mad Jen at Hamburg place neai Le.ing; dred In AH. ton, his site was Uncle, and his dam Ivory Hells, lue former bred in WoodThe past ear'sgrowtli of the Chau-- , ford county Ky, the latter in Tennessee tauqua inovemet.t in the Unil d States being by Hiniyar and a deceiidant she Last has been little less than marvelous, of a long list of derby winners, year Old Kosebud made a remarkable The number of tent Chautauqua in this country has increased from 1,500 hist record, winning nine out of ten starts. year to moie than 2,200 this summer. He has only been started in one race One thousand of these Chautauqua are this season preceding the Derby, a mile under Redpath management. There race which he won with ease over a are about3U0more Redpath Chautauqua? good field. He was trapped by F. D. this vear than last. Weir a famous trainer who trained Rose Never before in a year has such wide his day, and ben the greatest horse of publicity been given the name Chau-- 1 In the many other breaduinners. tauqua in the press of the country. spring of 1912 Old Rosebud was purThis in part, of course, was due to the chased by H. C. Applegate and Co, towide discussion of Mr. Bryan's apgether with five fillies for $3,000. This pearances on the Chautauqua platform would make him sell as a yearling at ! Inst 11ntttfll $500, but his rapid development has Tne army of peopie now employed in brought him to his present position, all the different features of Chautauqua the peer of the world among horses. work over the wide expanse of the American continent also serves to emTO MAMMOTH CAVE. phasize the movement's importance. Thursday, June 18th. A personally conducted three days outing. Round NOTICE. trip railroad fare from Lancaster $5.G5. AH persons having claims against Rooms reserved at Cave Hotel including board and trips in the Cave for $6.15 the estate of Mrs. Mary Purciful, will making the total cost $12.50. Special present same to me properly proven coach on regular train 5:00 a. m. and verified. J. E. Robinson, Executor, Write or phone L. & N: Agent. under will of Mary Purcifull. pari-mutu- al rBfrM t iueurass Dairy sice jW55!tftl!?-ftraff;; Li f ?4ft.&$mF$22'if$$& m'&vmmm. cxX0X(acBa(xx:2cj g yi (xxx(( s . s-- sh r-- -1 """"1 . ' i i 1 Me Knows B A Good Thing that husband of yours. When he sees you using WMle Swan Flour be sure that he expects some fine bread, bis cuits or cake. a S I at brick, built by Mr. George Smith Sr., The new Consolidated School Buena Vista in the extreme north of Lancaster, and is a model of beauty western part of the county roundtd and convenience, and is unexcelled by This out its first term this week, and the any rural school in Kentucky. closing exercises proved conclusively school is among the first in Kentucky that it has been very much of a success. to provide wagons for the purpose of The children who took part in the transporting the pupils to and from closing exercises gave striking evidence the school, and in order to provide a of the qualifications of those who have fund for this purpose, a special tax had them in training, and also gave was voted upon the people of the dispromise of great things in the trict. This responsibility and expense educational line in the future in that j was cheerfully shouldered by the good people of that section, and they are section of the county. a splendid determination to de The school is a handsome two story rive every advantage for their children which is offered by the educational e facilites of the state. The five wagons used are shown in the picture. Prof. Issac D. Hacker of Richmond Normal School is the Principal of the Buena Vista school, having as his assistants, his wife. Miss Anna Horn of Harrodsburg and Miss Myrtle Ruble of Buena Vista, all capable and experienced teachers, and this school is expected to win for itself an enviable place among the institutions of learning in Kentucky. hand-Born- s ; 1 '? jfe X, Try a sack and show him 1 a He's right too, WHITE SWAN FLOUR makes the finest of such things. that you are as good a baker as his mother ever was. 1 ? I 1 Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills s xxxiS '0Xixxx;xX0ixx) xxxxJ: The Central Record, Thursday May 14, 1914. OLIVER AND JOHN DEERE Page SCHOOL NOTES. 5. Disc and Shovel Cultivators. See That J. E. Mount, F n I X L. K RUE. f. y'ggaiSiStrSfayS tHtt!fl0ttfliatllPiiiitS 1 Vtirtnt I R. G. Ward of Cincinnati has been a Mr Marshall Stone, the efficient Lino type operator of that good paper, the recent visitor in Lancaster. YOUUHND IT IN THIS COLUMN j Interior Journal, paid this office a pleas Mrs. N. Miller was the guest of (By Wra. F. Miller.) ant call last Tuesday. friends in Richmond last week. Mr, and Mrs. W. II. Harris came Mrs Letty Ware is at home from a Don't forget the senior play The Beautiful folding bed and couch for down from Paris Saturday night and pleasant visit to her son in Alabama. Fri- sal"- Merchant of Venice Mrs. J. A. Anion Strong, Light Draft and Easy to Operate. Monday with the A Brief Mention of the Comings and B remained until Miss Letty Mav McRoberts is in day night May. 15th. Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. l formers parents Judge and Mrs. E. W. If you want Seed Oats, Seed Corn nr Bro. Tinder, .Messrs J. W. Elmore, Richmond the guest of Mrs. Vaught. Harris. snaHcxa JOHN DEERE BINDER before you buy and J. A. Beazley were visitors at our Corn to Feed, see W. B. Ball was called to Cincinnati Garrard Milling Co school Monday morning. Mr. J. F. Holtzclaw. Mr. J. W. Bea Jesse Gulley visited in Richmond gle and wife left Tuesday for Nashville to see his brother Lee Ball who is ill Lightest draft and most durable binder built. Prof. Cancer was called to his home Brown Leghorn Sunday. Mr and Mrs J. W. Miller are in Louis in Tenn., Sunday by the serious-- illness to attend the Southern Baptist conveneggs for sale. 50c a setting. Cabell Arnold of Richmond is the tion which meets in that city May 13th ville, the guests of Mr and Mrs R. E. and death of his father. Mr. Cancer Earl Farra. Lancastei Ky. Hughes guest of his cousin Paul Elliott. has the sympathy of the entire school. tf to 18th. IPhone 155 Mrs Edna W. Arnold of Kansas City, The "Operetta" given by the entire Mrs. J. M. Elliott is in Richmond Mr. and Mrs. Banks Hudson and visiting her sister Mrs. R. M. Arnold. children, Mrs. Alexander Kennedy of is here for a visit to Mr and Mrs W. A. school with Miss D.imel.-- as instructor, Planls: Plants: Planli. Arnold. will be given Tuesday night May the Mrs. Charles Grove and son Russell Danville and Mrs. Wm. Furnaugh and We have them. All varieties of llie Mrs Bettie Chenault has returned to lUth. You are imited to be present. of Cincinnati are guest of Mrs. J. A. little son of Omaha motored to Lancasseason. W. a. Ball Bro. Beagle conducted the exercises Richmond after a visit to Mrs J. W. Sunday. ter Amon. you will .ship me your wool I will If at our school Tuesday morning as be Elmore. Mrs Jimmie Ramsey and Miss Pearl HE 1L Miss Sarah West of Midway was the "' left Tuesday evening for two weeks piy you the highest market price. Mrs. Joanna Ball has been in Stan: Bettis were visitors in Danville last guest for several days of Mrs. J. A. elsewheie. it was his last visit to our E. Detherage Saturday. Amon. She succeeded in raising $352. ford visiting her daughter Mrs. Bolion school, we thank In tn for his kind AN Richmond, Ky Campbell. . Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Batson were in for the new school building that is to words given us during our D months S per cent loanb may lie secured Mrs. E. C. Barnard of Washington. school work. Full of the newest deit. Stanford Sunday to see Mr. and Mrs. be erected soon in Midway. rtCV improvement or other purport mi I). C. is the guest of her mother Mrs. signs in Spring and Sum J. H, Hilton. Two more weeks 'till school is out; farms, orchard JaRtb, s3rrjf a' w Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rice and Mi business or rei Pattie D. Gill. this week is being devoted to review dent property and to mer Dress Goods, and Col. W. S. Ferguson of Covington Helen Beatty, of Richmond, Intl., and txteml or np.iy Mesdgme3 Bell Perkins and Crit while next week, nil the examinations mortgages or other is spending some time on his farm near Mrs. J. M. Staughton, of Covington, just received from our unttnig encjim-Lancaster. have been guests of Mr. and Mis. Eubanks of Stanford were recent guests will be held, beginning Monday morn brances, terms attractive, special op wholesaler. Fretty ing at 8 o'clock and continuing 'till tions. Correspondence of Mrs. Cleveland Rose. Louis Lar.dram. Messenger. solicited, ad things to interest the Mrs. Vtn. Sebastian of Richmond is Thursday at noon. IresH 7f7 Gas & Ele.-tnMisses Maggie Brown Btnlihn;' and Etlna visiting her sisters Misses Itessie and Mr. and .Airs J. E. Seale are rejoicing ladies, dainty fabrics Base Ball Laneasturliigtischtol defeat Denver, Colorado. Eunice i inther. arrival of a son, their lirst Gulley are in Danville visiting their over the that are sine to be soon iru utcr ikicumuiHi cimiujiieu utnv. uit uie born, at their home on Slanfoid street. aunt Miss Marietta Stevens. local Ball Park Friday evening, in i six lu ihe Ifcirki Coart worn by our wisest Miss Lucy Rouee and daughter Miss &e United Sl.tlc: young man came on last today The M. Carpenter, and neices. Mr. inning game by the score of 17 to 3. Dora have been the guests of Mr. and night, and both mother and son are Misses J. Plenty of patSarah Reid and Faye Tudor The game for Ike caster Disiicl of Kentucky Mrs. Luther Gibbs. was called at the last of the terns to choose froni.but thriving. have returned from a stay in St.C'oud. iixlli on account of rain ami cold In Bankruptcy. all the materials of the Fla. Misses John Eva Hilton and Cec'1 weather. A large crowd was present Mesdames J. 15. Kinnaird, George D. Fatson are in Stanford visiting Mrs. J. Robin-.in- , Come and look at them latest designs and best qualities. Mr. Ed C. Hopper who has been in to root for the "Team that has not JenIb the matter of Emma Higginbotham. II. Hilton and family. JOHN W. MIL'.EK t in Bankrmury , and they will coax you to buy, as they are earnest nie Embry, W A. and T.J. Price, L J Hustonville with relatives came over. lost a game" this jear. Bankrupt Mr. Jack Adams will leave shortly ISanford.W. A. Arnold and Miss I'tinn'.e Sunday to be with his sister and To the Creditors oi John W. Miller a J'.U.Y:' M'l for a visit to her daughter Mrs O. U. I Bishop were in antendance at the ('. brother. i Bankrupt. W. 15. M. Convention at Richmond. Terrill in Jenkins Ky. Mis. Emma Higginbotham has return, Notice is hertl given that on Mi X Brawn w quite ill of ;MIM4. Mw par nil! ed from a visit te her cousins Mesdames T?Mwii-- t ., , . w Mis" E. L. Owsley is at home iifter ., , w. .(,... liMln j- IIUUI.II, l.iv lnMirlif ... '. Bell Burnside and Larry D. Jones in measles. ,. , , , a stay of some length in Florida, Lex- - son of Mr. Jese Gulley of MeCreary THE CASH STORE. iuuiiuu umi ivucAca&iie cuille, r,. ti ington and Nicholasville. Miss Emma Burchell ia quite ill at;tBCT- 4- wasduiy :liiuhcateU a.i.Krui V with a very painful ncc'dent by Monticello. idLJ Miss Annell Tomlinson is at home met from a barn loft and leceiving Mesdames Annie Van Arsdall, and J. this writing. falling IE aitd that tke first meetiiwr of h ,, . Hear Gav. McCreary at Cocrt House i lets vciil he heM at the office ot I after a viMt of several da s with her such a gash in his head that a number Harve McRoberts of Stanfort were of stiches had to be taken to cloe the guests the first ot the week of Mrs. R. Monday, .May 2Zth. . (L. Walker. Lancaster. Kentuckaunt .Mrs. Ross Adams of Lexington. ' wound. E. McRoberts. ' '"-- : Mrs. Huston Jones is tae gupst of Ma 10tb- - ,914 s,t - T- - M- - at J. W. Murry. a traveling man very GENUINE HOSPITALITY (Mors I lHO s'wl attrml. Vr v. Letters from Mr J. D. Pope who re- - Aleck Ray a farmer, and Miss Sallie friends in London this week. popular in Lancaster is making a "fil .. n .j is the offering of refreshments that their claim?. -- vv.Mn a iniei! moved A H Mr. .i vi: ling in" trip here during the Carnival. ...... ... ....t.piv. .m hiw to Deming, New .Mexico a little Jane Hurt of the Poor Ridge section iitmn.! tcnoi- - kt .!. t ilinmn fl.it T? n nlr m f bring no regrets. A glass of our Lemover a year ago, brings the glad intelli- - were united in marriage at the Baptist spent Wednesday in Richmond. on Soda, Ginger Ale, Grapeall or other other busiHes's as :ua,-- propel ly rerin' Mr. and Mrs- - J. W. Acey motored that he is much improved in Parsonage on Tuesday morning, Rev. Mrs. J. Watlc Walker left Saturd.iy before said mvetiiig. soft drinks will be as fully appreciated ovei from Stanford Sunday and were Igence bis family is enjoying the bes--t J. W. Beagle officiating. for a vHit to friends in Lexington and Offer it with Mrs. Acey's parents Mr. and Mrs. as any stronger beverage. ' NELSON D. RODKS. and he is thriving and is w-Miss Minerva Cox entertained the Louisville. with confidence that it will refresh and Wm Hughes. Referee in Bimkrupitj pleased with his new home. Phaeletha class of the Baptist Sunday Mr. P. M. McRoberts of Stanford Danville, Ky.. .May fith, 101 1. satisfy and that no ill effects can follow .... i .i.- M.... M..-- .. iaiy a...,.:.. its drinking. Call and see our plant Lancaster W. iiusunU. lepteseuieti me i Miss Martha T. Thompson the hand-om- e School at her home last Tuesday even- tilled the pulpit at Old Paint Lick Creditors can not participate i tin C. T. at the Eighth and how we bottle soda water. little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ing. Delightful refreshments were church Sunday afternoon. management of the estate or the ilis W. C. T. U. Convention at District Ernest G. Brown of Pan Diego Cali served and the evening pleasantly sper.t Mr. Tevis McWhorter, of Berea. tribution of assets until they prove Harrodsburg. fornia, who is a most active and faith"Dock" Urton, of Nicholasville, mo was the guest of his sister, Mrs. A. I. their claims an form required by the Mrs. A. H. Bastin and Mr. and Mrs. ful Sunday school member, made a Bankruptcy Act. ai.d ti!. same with (to tored into our city Tuesday and paid Estridge on Tuesday night. Crittenden Pepper of Paris motored to most excellent recitation at the Sunday this office a pleasant call. He is one Mrs. Robert Guynn is in Jessamine, Referee. Stanford for a short visit to thelatter's school after the presentation of certifi- of our valued subscribers and inciden- at the bedside of her sister Miss son and his wife. cates and flowers to the Cradle Roll. tally renewed his subscription while .Margaret Renick who very ill. is r of here. The little girl is a Miss Nancy Goodloe came over FriMr. and Mrs. Auther Bottner, of Mrs. Dollie Brown of this city. day and remained until Monday with 's Mesdames L. G. Davidson, W. R. Richmond are the guests of .Mrs. Lancaster relatives. She is attending Purchasers get the benefit of p.ar 10 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burchell. Mrs. Jack Mount and Mrs. F. B. Bastin and L. N. Miller and Miss AI-lschool in Danville. years experience in the business,. Yantis, "Circle Girls," have been Mrs. Iva McWhortiier has acaepted a Marksbury, of Lancaster, have been Dr. McKee motored over from Lex- recent visitors in Danville Mrs. in Richmond this week as delegates from position as clerk in the dry goods Look for other bargains listed in next, ington Saturday afternoon and remain W. O. Rigney and Mrs. Wood Burn-sid- their organization to the C. W. B, M. department with Trcadwav. Dennv and issue. Owners of farms who want to sell should see us at once. ed until Sunday the guest of Mr. and ) of Lancaster, visited relatives in Convention which was in session in that Co. I No 475. CO acres, good . land, brick rs. Luther Gibbs. Mrs. Rebecca city on Tuesday. Danville Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Beazley, Mrs. resilience, 1 miles from town, per acre, Fannie and daughters, Mi.-sMrs Ella House, of Lancaster, who West y Mrs. J. W. Elmore entertained Rice Woods and Airs. W. M. Eldridge 00. was called here on account of the death and Bettie, of Lancaster, have been afternoon in compliment to her motored to Lexington Monday and No 17(1. 128 acres, good land, wJI of William Massey. has returned home. spending a few days with Danville mother .Mrs. David Chenault of Rich- spent the day. improved, ! miles out close to pike is one of the mond. The home was lelatives. Mrs. Wi-s- t Somerset Journal. most attractive In spite of the threatening weather per acre, $75. most popular and widely beloved women in its decorations of spring flowers in a quite targe No 477. IbO acres oh pike 2i imV a Elder F. M. Tinder and Mesdames in number of citizens came Garrard counU. She comes from variety of colors. Appetizing refreshWill Lear and W. Ross Bastin and J. out to hear Hon. A. O. Stanley on out. per acre, 5100. that good old school of true Christian ments were served to the guests. No 47s. 171 acres on Lexington in .. R. Mount were in Richmond for tlie C. Tuesday afternoon. people whose chief aim in life is to do jier acre, 135. W. B. M. Convention. Miss Julia Mae Walker celebrated Rev T. M. Tinder, of Lancaster will rmnil r'nr tlwis. TihnTlt lllr 'Aniit: No 4fc0. 150 acres of first clwss l;ir-- I Messrs W. O. Rigney and H. C. Beckj " is loved by all who know her. her 10th birthday .Monday afternoop deliver the Baccalaureate sermon-t- the on pike o miles from nryasUvill.-- . i . t Simpson went to Monticelloon last Fri- - and many aie the prayers that she may from ;!:30 to 5:30 by giving a party to a graduating class of the High School at SUO. day, where Mr. Rigney inspected the be spared more years of good health number of her little friends, at her Mt. Tabor church next Sunday. No 4bl. P71 acres, li Mtfes from grand-motheAirs Julia Walkers on Monticello Chapter R. A. M. Mrs. Fannie Terrill Walker of Lan- town, per acre, 12. and happiness. Messenger. Stanford St. the house was beautifully caster and Air. Arch K. Walker of a No 483. 310 acres of geod hn-d- , decorated in pink and white (lowers. Princeton were the guests of Mr. and pike, near Buena Vista geed impi i vt The ices and cakes were in pink and Mrs. R. J. Walker .Monday ami Tues ments per acre iiw. white. All reported a delightful time. day. 2IS acres, on jiike. 1 t,i.ii No 4S-IPrivate Terry, of the Unined States Mrs. W. O. Anderson and ?.liss from town, per acre, $75. Army, was sent here from Sam Antonio, Margaret wete costs at a lovely dining No 4S5. CI aens, in 2 miles ot" town Texas, to take back with him a on Sunday. Their guests were Misses unimproved, per icre. $S0. Watch for Agents from DANVILLE, KY. old horse purchased by Mr. James 71. Delia Tinder. Ethel ami Emma Estridge No 4Sli. 24)0 acres oi Kmh1 lanl in Kinnaird for an officer of the U. S. Chastine Rueker. Louise and Nell Rice. high state of cultivation. Kotd i:r. Army, this making three horses having The services that have been conduct-b- y provements. 2i miles from towyi. al 133, been bought by Dr. Kinnaird for of .Mr Hudspeth at the Christian acre 3125, or lt5 acres ot rt per acre. unwiiwfcwu ficers of the Army, such is the high ap- church, olo-e- d on Alondav night. Mr No '.at. 1C1 acres on pike 4 mncs preciation given to Kentucky bred liUUap.l.i la fuicefui CJH..1..C1' auu Il.s from town per acre, $85. equines, a U. S. officer having seen hearers have felt the force of the gosNo 488. fc'O acres on pike 3 miles out the others purchased by the Dr. and pel message as be brought it to them well improved, $135. determined to Imv i first class animal night after night. No 4SJ. 55 J acres well improved, on from the same section; the handsome Airs. Woods Walker was hostess at pike, possession, $5500. year-ol- d horse vas l.ought from John an informal "Tea Pouring" on Friday No 490. 13B acres, on pike, "neai" m Foster of Lincoln county for $225. li ;; JTSScTQeSSERSiKs afternoon at her beautiful country Bryantsville, 3 houses, main dwelling & . r. home. The honor guests were Mrs. new with 8 rooms, modern and up to SfUB George Rouse and daughter, AIiss Dora date, water works, gas light.-)-. 2 14 a; RESOLUTIONS. of Payne's Depot, who were theguests co barns, price, $12,000. Wherens in thn dispen of Airs. Luther Gibbs the past ueek. No 491. 1S5 acres of high class land, s.iuoii I me gr,- - ti ami noly I A.VI our The closing exercises of the Consol- 2 miles out. 2 large totveeo barns, p.e-BY MRS. GEO. SPOONAMORE. Oi L; .NCASTKK, FY. sistei mil c -- vo ker Mrs Mary Birton idated School at this place will take acre, $120. . , . K.2n ZiX No 4D2. 100 acres of tobacco lar.d, 5fS I'aMrsun. ha-- l en called, from all place next week. On next Wednesday Phone 27. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky esirthh c re ;.i I tria's. to heavenly night Miss Hendren's room will give highly improved, near Buckeye, n to ever abide in their entertainment. peace iind b" rpi'-ess- , The High School pike, per acre, $125. atffifr CARAMEL ICE CREAM. uf Him she pupils will have their play on Thursday No 494. Several pieces of splenJu! "Tie hverl si i g An'-s! well. erve Inve night and on Friday night the regular city property for sale. l.v the W. C. T. graduating exercises will take place. Now be il No. 495. 3700 acre3, J nules .from The yolks of 2 eggs, 1 cup of whit" sugar .! ' TJ.S'-eietli i ,. deeplv deplore the .Miss Tinder has not decided just what pike, 5 miles from railroad. 500 acrs III?!. ! h' 't outlet d bv the dav will be given her pupils. Further of same cleared, one million hi beaten together. Put 2 pints of milk o.i the ol i ir ? (Il '' Met -- on. We greatly notice of these entertainments will aji- - timber, 85 acres of tobacco thisfetear. and flour in the milk and cook until thick Put ii eu. o. tir.i-liiiliL' efforts, for the pear in next weeks issue. ijp i" tll re To The People Who 17 houses, 2 silo's. 1 saw mill. 1 ston.- we : pr. !!? ml we h'so recog- - Miss Margaret Renniel:, sister of house. 5 tobacco barns, can be bought and brown. Stir all together. 1 qt of cream ivht- -i re i u i rre.-I Ji . iz-- il ph. which no self in Mrs. Robert Guyn, where she had made at the low price of $15.00 per acrje, l ie vanilla. o' i' ' ' find bt r without her home for several years, died at the 49G. 100 acres of. land, i mile frou: the rni r iiiirkled ii to- - ;t demands home of her sister, Mrs. Alattie San Lancaster & Lexington pike,. .4 niis i1 mi.! ciiri!.?Hii promotion. fm p lime im dusky, at Keeiie, Ky last Sunday morn from Lancaster, good imprpvemn.W, -- xieml 'U. ufet . una'e symp.itl y ing. She had been an invalid for about large tobacco barn, well worth ,.l)e di. ii.'e io b i family and aim ; two years and bore her suffering with price of $100. per acre, , t ir ir ii fiien.is .mil ir he.uN in bumble much patience and cheerfulness. A 497. 222 acres of fipj laod.n.qar Lanliun. lit v. Pr..veilull we inNe to her splendid Christian in all that the wcrd caster & Lexingtqn pjke,, splendid, imr memory in t ' 'In.liee of Purity, the implies and much beloved by all who provements, at $90. per acre ., tl thoughts il our minds love of sncrt-We have made arrangeknew her. She leaves several brothers . 49S. C3 acres, improved,-near Pa Lit our heart.'-ments with our mills for anil sisters all of whom have he sym Be it further that these pathy of the community. Burial took Lick graded school at.$95.,peracre. ---&r a.JS&! these special bills and can be spiea I at large on the ' resolutions 499. 73J acres of rich land, right. on to the grocer all place near Nicholasville, her former minutes of thi- - societv and a copy be pike, well improved, 2 nules of Lancasgive prompt service. We are making the special price of home. sent you for Royal sent the family a so published in Central ter, priced at $120. per acre and is $1.80 per hundred F. 0. B. cars Lancaster. We are also Record. This 12th of .May 1014, Lanworth it. subing is no Cheerful. caster Ky. 500 200 acres of high class land, making a specialty on painted and galvanized roofing. Widowed Servant (who has received I stitute for ROYAL. Royal is pure, ' in Kentucky, high class, Mrs. Fannie Farra. a wreath from her mistress) "I don't none better Committee Mis. D M. Lackey. Don't fail to see us when in need of lumber or roofing. thank yu, mum, I improvements. Located on pike 3 mites of tartar baking powder, know 'ow to cream A beautiful home. 'o o opo to do the samo for you from Lancaster. healthful. Powders offered as subIs bound to please any purchaser. some day." FOR SALE. ' per acre. stitutes from alum. flowers of every variety. Potted Seed corn and seed oats for cash at For further particulars write or eal '' on Hughes & SWinebroad, the real eslow prices. Miss Mattie Estes, ', Garrard Milling Co. tate men. Lancaster, Ky. Richmond, St. Gossip About People vNN r n V J Son & Co. IL HEBE'S IL IL BKTEESTiKG CASE. I! j 5 c cas-tome- ! R. e r& ! ,,,., " , JL IL J - .. I r. T. - .. 11 ". ..- . Lancaster Bottling Co. grand-daughte- NEW FARM Bot-tner- LIE ie e, f? es Sat-tiltla- a-- re. SAXON C AH $395.00 G. tn..iBn-BrTtze9rsm- rr I rjEST HATS IN TOWN FOR THE MONEY. W. RUE. .r VlISSREfebAARNObD -- c& We Write Anv Kind of 15 n favorite Recipes yt Offir.' National Bank. SBAZiUBV & CO. lell Knovn Isomer.. -- r EseBseEe2ees36K; - irv,Br"pe7igj?grTOr?f " d 1 ' si-i- ei Anticipate Building z I .'! i t-- V i - i rj Tobacco Barns $ No Substitutes Powder There a h-- 255B3 RETURN and thth 'Price-$150.0- Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co, are made I .' : Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday May 14, 1914 r a 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 John Morgan, Jr., $10.00 for Jennet. 3705. Jit. Hebron Mr. and Mrs. Sam Duncan returned to their home in Burgin Saturday for a R. C. TODD Record h at $8.00 for Horse Mule, $10.00 Mare Mule and 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. He is by Lord Highland 2793. 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 royally bred, is a fine individual, perfect in conformation, style registered No. 2654. and action. At the same time and place I will stand my nodel 5 year old jack, $15.00 To Insure A Living Colt. COMBINED STALLION. will make the season of 1914 at my barn at Black Jim is 15 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 regHe is 5 years old, 16 hands high, black and is sired by Ky. Peavine, 2889, he by ister and his pedigree can be furnished at the barn, 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 Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark and he by Imp. Hedgeford. He holds Utkcn lo prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. 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. Bryantsville, Ky. Bryantsville Phone 53-- R. At $10.00 to Insure A Living Colt. BLACK JIM. Squirrel Peavine $10.00 TO INSURE COLT. R. M. Moss, Mr Breeder have you heard the news SAY THE Phone 338-G- . T. O .HIL,! few days stay. Mrs. Willie Shields moved from this place to Marble Creek in Jessamine Co. the first of the week. Miss Stella Speaks spent Saturday night and Sunday with her cousin Miss Christine Speaks at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Elverton Lemay are very happy over the arrival of a fine baby boy, who arrived on the 1st. Most every one here are through shearing sheep and the wool has been delivered at prices from 20 to 23 cents. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Johnson of Lex ington wer here with her brother and sister Mr. Chas. Duncan and Mrs. Ernest Montgomery.! People in this locality are very unfortunate with stock this spring. Mr. Ed Grow had a nice mule colt to die Sunday morning. Mr. J. B. Dean had a mare to give birth to twin mule colts and both died. Mr Al Sherrow has a calf blind from birth, he also had a mare to give birth to a blind colt and the mare died. Trial 2:14 j, half 1:05. quarter :31J, eighth 15J. Brown Stallion, 16 hands high, weighs 1200 pounds, foaled 1907. Todil ZXt22 o D Sire of H In 2:io, includ 23i794. (Arlon 2?4.ctc I injr Bob Doujlas SIHH. FunellnU:!.: Sire of in 2:10: dam of Iowa Todd 2:01J. The Ham of b In including Sa ctr. Northern Man2ai)J.;nr die Mao 2 d.;4. Magowan I Directress 2 ! don Todd a:074, Todd By Director (3)2.0v'4.nr. Mm-lOT?;, etc. Dam of 1. i ' Dictator 113.grandam of .. Umpire . l.W. Mreof Annie JIarie2r.s!4 ( Sire of CO. dams of 111 lAlHeTee. dann of 2. Kentucky Bell Dam of Al Mc(!regor-By Harold 413. zrji;4. trim 2:1.1. and K brood .mare C.Todd2r'l'I. trial 2:1 IM iflreat I t. damiof . lirandam of a. Sallie Dudley. By Standard Bearer 5300 Dam of Markland 2:22. etc. Kvcfirn 2:10.;. j MtK1iik1U2T2...-2RIngen SiffiT Hue of .3. Including JSlu. l ren 2:i'i i:ecord2:w',. Mreof I'hlan 1 ,V.- Adrai-- 1 Yon lie Mlt-- i ral Dewev 2 uj- Kiiic By Young Jim 2009. ,. Cole 2:0.-.!.John Ward i:: lO. ,H 1S-- 9. ... Buckeye, Ky. DON VERRI6K JACK the season of 1914, at my barn 3 miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike at Will make BLACK JOE, ALDRIDGE J3 the daddy.of two fine children, a boy and a girl. They were both over 42 inches high when foaled and $100.00 will not buy either one of them. S1S.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Don't forget the pretty spotted pony and think of the price, only $8.00 each to insure. S. E ALDRIDGE, HYATTSVILLE, KY. Don Verrick, by Onward Silver 2:05J (who sold for $25,000) by Onward, he by George Wilks, 1st dam by Wilks Boy 2:24J, 2nd dam Mary, by Boggs Grey Eagle, dam of the Wag 2:15 and Madlem Patten, dam of Robber 2:10; Billy Wilton 2:20, Winchester 2:192. 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 In R. C. Todd, I feel that I am offer-- ' other members of his family. mg the handsomest, fastest, best bred bhould you fail to get a trotter he is and most desirablef Stallion that has a horse of such style, size, and comever been placed before the breeders of manding aDnearancp f hat hi trpt will this and adjoining counties. His sire be in demand on any market. As I Todd was one of the greatest sires of have secured this horse so late in the all time, having died atonly eight years season, I will offer his services for this of age and yet sired 14 in the 2:10 list. season only, at His grandsire Bingen 2:06J, besides to InsurelLivingJColt. having founded are ot the greatest NEURITIS FOLLOWS CRIPPLED NERVES families in the Stud book, is the sire of He will make the seasonof 1914 at my Uhlan 1:58, the worlds champion. stable just outside the city limits of Painful Effects of Chronic Rheumatism Un his dams side R. C. Todd is de. Lancaster, on the Lexington pike. cended directly from Dictator. Harold Lien retained on colts to secure serQuickly Routed by Rheuma. and Geo. Wilnes, so it would seem that vice fee. Care taken to prevent acciIf your nerves are all crippled from by right of inhertance. this young Stal- dents and escapas but not responsible attacks of Rheumatism, Neuritis can lion should become as great a sire as should any occur. Telephone 393. easily get a strong hold on the nerves. This most painful disease is one of the hardest known to expel, but RHEUMA can reach it if given a chance. This testimony is positive proof. "Last March I was so cripped with Neuritis in left limb I could walk scarcely at all. Tried all remedies I heard of and had two physicians. Nothing did me any good until I used This richly bred Saddle Stallion will make the season ofl 914, RHEUMA; also used ENGLISH MAR-HU- E and NERUALINE-$2.- 00 worth at my stable, on the Buckeye pike, about 2 miles from Lancaster, Ky. of your medicines surely cured me. at the low price of Mrs. C. E. Hayes, Russell, Ky. Sold by R. E. McRoberts at 50 cts. a TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. bottle. $20. FOREST STAPP. Doke of Denmark, Jr. $8.00 my big 15 hand Jack at llAltlvSllUlU'. Mr. W, D. Marksbury is visiting Mr. Winner on the Track and In the Show Ring Against the Best in the Land. The only real proof of the individuality and soundness of the stallion is Ihe show nug. It gives Melrose Farm great pleasure to again offer the sern vices of the horses. Thistle Doune, winning race record 2:09 on Ihe grand circuit and winner of the champion roadster stallion class at the Kentucky .State Fair, 1913, and Chimewood. 2:19 4 considered by many thetrandsotnest IrotUng. fttallion in the world, winner of the trotting bred hi all ion class At the Kentucky Fair, 1913. who recently sold for $40,000.00 in Europe and Baldy McGregor 2:06 Jjssie McGregor, who recently sold for $10,000.00 in this country, are a who is himself the sire of Zuli-fc- a In other and sister of Thistle Doune 2;09 2:291-- 4 and M adorn Doune (2). 2;26 and who has a large number of colts in training in the hands of Kentucky's famous reinsman, Ben Kennedy, pud it is confidently expected that a number will race to fast records well-know1- -4 3-4, 3-- 4, $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. A lien will be retained on all colts to secure the payment of season. Will use every means to J. K. Sutton near Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Teleafus Pollard was the guest of Mrs. Ella Cecil of Danville Sunday. Wm Blanks sold a road horse to J. Lee price $75. Riley Ison a bunch of hogs to Vic Lear for 8 cents. Mr. Ben Hughes wife and daughter of Lancaster came down Sunday to visit her mother Mrs. Margaret Sutton. Rev. Mahan who has just returned from Jellico reports his wife much im proved in health, who has been quite sick at this place. Mr. Sam Farlee who has been earring the mail on the Lancaster and Nicholas-vill- e route has turned his job over to Mr. H, D. Lee of this place who began prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. ke of Denmark, Jr., by Duke of Garrard, he by the old Duke of Denmark. First dam of Duke of Garrard, the House mare, she sired by old Black Squirrel. First dam of Duke of Denmark, Jr. Anne Bell by Wallace Denmark, and out of Lady Morgan, by old Stonewall Jackson. The Duke is a beautiful rich red bay stallion, 10 years old and has proven to be a sure foal producer and a fine breeder of combined horses. See him you breed. Lein retained on all colts for season money. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. PEDIGREE-Du- be-fo- rd LOGAN HUBBLE. Unprecedented Record For a Young Sire Season 1914 6larence Beazley SEASON 1914. at Bellevue Stock Farm, I offer for public service Unsycar. Cnimewooa has the deslinction of being more sought after by Governing t Commission than any stallion in America, and they offered the largest price, $1,033.0) cash, they offered for any stallion, which was refused. TERMS aie. Thistle Douotc. ?35.00 to insnre; Chimewood. $25.00 to injure Mares kept on grass at owner-'-s risk. Kor further infoi mation and extended breeding and .descriptive catalogue, pddress. Local and long distanec DANVILLE, KY. G. CECIL. phone 128. Kentucky's Choice Foaled 1905 3765. "driving" Monday. At $75.00 To Insure A Living Foal. KENTUCKY'S CHOICE 3765, Sire My Own Kentucky, by.Chester Dare 10. 1st dam, Little Kata 5821, by Prince of Denmark 425. 2nd dam, by Jupiter son of Commodore. 3rd dam, by Stump, the Dealer 92. 1910 show record, 35 first including 8 championships. 1911 show record, 41 first including 15 championships and 2 grand championships. 1912 only made 20 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 years at Lexincton in breeding and herd classes. He won first in 1912 and 1913 at Ken tucky 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 at the Kentucky State Fair for the past two years. He is today America's greatest Saddle Stallion, not as a matter of opinion but as a demonstrated fact. Sire of Imperator et Rex, which sold at 15 months for $1500, again before two years old for $3900, the highest price ever paid for a Saddle-bre- d colt of the same age. Sire of Richard de Lion, won more prizes than any yearling out last season. A 1914 foal, dam Edna Mae, has just been sold for $1500 to Mat S. Cohen and James Gay. This colt to be delivered in October. At the Danville Fair. Kentucky's Choice and his get won the class for the best horse and five of his colts, Kentucky's Choice colts won every first prize sucklings at both the Danville and Stanford Fairs, includgiven for Saddle-bre- d ing stakes at both places and were high up in the ribbons at the Blue Grass and State Fairs, the only other places where shown. Mares pastured at $3.00 per month, grain fed at $2.50 perweek. Ship mares to me at Danville over the Southern and C. & O., to Parksville over the L. & N. All mares will receive my personal attention and all care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. For further particulars, address J. BLEUCHER Ti oiler. 111 46158. Record 2:295. Trial 2:14 Half Brother lo Lula Watts (2) 227 'A. own Stallion, about 15J hands, foaled 190C. Standard Registered Vol. 18. Sue of I .10 NT (. a '5 leyou C',2, 2 27 'MreofGO, dams of Gi me .Search- -' Nooudav I Bv fit Klino271. l:tiv,4, llriglilllKlit IikIiI WilLi 'lit i oreat Hrooil Mare. iivn vi Jlilll- - Bnil SAi'i.lj ;Vulva ii Hart clr fiil-(.ILirrvOIaj ft.2:hyt. U!. fciiHwImy ?"i71$t MeKdoir t Jenny Cl Sire of i, dams of oU I'.rcxiV. GrCHl lintorl muni Norwood Belle 't.("H, l.iiiiu I Honk 15v Norwood 522. iAy, 'hi l i lie 1'Wu I. til)' r.rllinn.tl. lUrou WtlLcn47u. 2 IS 'IU,lr rtliiUi ill'., .i.ieof 12 in 'J 10. etc. 8ne of ltrenrlii Voike Quen Ktliel C1ho H7 bUHtlimore 0. I'll iiu i Ui'5, Dam of Bump. "I'03'4. Ilclle (.1) 2.0b1. COhih ol I.xln Willi ( ) (4) fiiy, llleiiclid aityt. ivnili. 811k i!.U7' (3 liKlf Susie It, V'I7: out of fiili nl Rro.L i Wllkei I.uinou.1 M0..-21sik'ei eic ! I nelly Clay . . fV-'-t Sire of Carl V.'ilkej 2 (! Half 8n.ter to Silent' Jenoy Clay Hy Harrv Clay 11. Itrook2:0Cy;. Ilcddie Clay Dam of Silent Brook TAJ. and Lilly Cloy - ,y Messrs. Jno. Boner, Rod Swope mortored to Lexington, Versailes and Winchester one day last week. Mrs. Rod Swope who went with them is stop ping in Lexington to visit her daughter Mrs. Harry Edwards. There is much talk among the farmers in regard to the cut worm the crop being an unusual one and is doing much damage. Mr. Clark declares he can harvest thsm a barrel to the acre. While Mr. J. B. Kemper witnessed 52 on a small dock leaf the worms seemed to be busy carrying the leaves in a hole just beneath the dock. It was a "gala" day at the church last Monday morning when the Committee on repairs consisting of Misses Sue Sutton, Eugenia Pollard and Mary Chesnut and Mrs. Carrie Turner with 4 other ladies took up and cleaned 250 yards of carpet. This force was strengthened by the sexton and Mr, Tom Chesnut who worked like teojan he (Tom) being the only male member, present. The above ladies most heartily endorse and recommend "Tom" to any young lady in the neighborhood who is contemplating matrimony "as the man." 4-- i vHflHBBHfeBbB. " JLI1. rBK3Bfcw""v"-,- 9NHBHBHBBBBK5ABaKBm&rJijHf KbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbJ94bbbBkMbbV i3 CHIEF NAPOLEON, No. 5107. This royal bred Jack will make the season at my place at S10.00 for horse mule, $12.50 for mare mule, $20.00 for jennet colt. &10.00 for Jack colt. Chief Napoleon is by Hill Napoleon. 3rd, No. 3706. 1st. Dam. Ky's Best, 2654, by John Morgan, Sr, 19o4. 2nd. Dam Joe Blackburn Ua. by Daisy, 1215. Hill Napoleon 3rd. by Baughman Napoleon, 2nd. he by Napoleon 1796, he by old Napoleon, 1436. Hill Napoleon dam Missouri Queen, by Senator Beck 2449, by Daniel Boone 1456. I consider this the best young Jack I ever owned. He has served only two jennets and both are with foal. He is 15 hands high, black with white points. I will also stand another fine Jack dam of rrue2-2l- . 2 IiiJJ. Keddle Clay 2 -- M. etc 4 JOE MCDOWELL, Agt., Danville, Ky. Silent Brook Shawbay 2:07J. ) sire of Billy Burk 2:03j, Meadow Brook 2:06i, We have for sale some nice two years old and yearlings in both Stallions 2:072. Betty Brook 2:09?. Emma Brook 2:091, Lady and Fillies, sired by Kentucky's Choice, out of dams by such sires as Chester HeHbrook'2-.IO- , Butter Brook 2:il, Silent Brigade (2) 2:102, Margaret Bathgate Dare 10, Rex Peavine, Highland Denmark. Chester Chief and Dignity Dare. 2;lf. etc Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2.07i. etc. His dam, Jenny A few select brood mare in foal to Kentucky Choice. Clay, also produced Reddie Clay 2:25i, and was grandam of Prue 2:21. ftloko 24457, hire of Fereno 2:051 (winner Kentucky Futurity), Brenda Yorke (3) 2:03 (Futurity winner.) (5) 2;04L Native Belle (2) 2:07 (Futurity filly) Manrico (.) 2:07i (Futurity winwinner.) (J) 2:0SJ (champion ner). Silver Silk (4) 2;0:?i. Susie N. (3) 2:09 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10 Mobel 2:101. Mochester 2:10J. Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:11J (Futurity winner) olc. Sired dami of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion), Vito (4) 2:09$. Maltha Tipton (1) 2:01. o'Neil (3) 2:13?. etc. Brother to Bumps 2:031, Uaron D. 2:10. elc ftlcuchei-4615record trial mile 2:142. half in 1:06, last quarter in 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. He greatly tosembles his good sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the great Futurity sire Moko. A of two of the best race horse families of the present day. He being a real race horse h.mself, having had very Utile training and most of that by an amateur. It certainly looks like this Sire Rex Peavine Dam Lucy Wells horse is of Grand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win his share of the money Bine. Champion Sire of the World. Go to the records, KIiEUCHER is p. perfect type of a road horse, goou waited with perfect tnanneiA, wai-- no boots or weights. He has an undefeated record in the Stallion Road Class for 1913, and is conceded by good judges to be the best road don't take any body's word. liorse out this year. This is a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to breed into the lest families of the trotting blood. Iook this horse's breeding over and see liow many they have in the list both aire and dam. This gi eat trotting Stallion will make the season of 1914 at my stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, at W7G9. 2:16J, Now Well "Thedford's is the best Black-Draught He is 15$ hands high, black with white points and a fine individual. He was sired hv John Morgan 2705. (T. O. Hill's chamnion Jnckl nam WnnnJo R oc.v? by Old Beecher, the greatest breeding Jack of his time. At $6. for Horse Mule and $9. for Mare Mule. Beecher Morgan. SEASON medicine lever used." writes J. A. Steelman, of Pattonville, Texas. terribly with liver troubles, and could get no relief. The doctors said I had consumption. all. Finally I could I Dorsey Gold Dust, Jr. 1914 1914 "1 suffered 3, ftLL PEftVlNfc 4092 1796, 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 not work at tried m .if-ffMftTf- ci $10. to Insure a Living Colt He is a rich chestnut in color, about H.w 16 hands high and weighs about 1,200 pounds, with fine mane and tail and plenty of bone and substance, with lots 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 ha3 shown some of the best colts in Central Kentucky, rangingin 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-- gcnd-combinati- on THEDFORD'S 6404 s Fee $40 to Insure biving Colt -- $20.00 -- To Insure A Living Colt. . AND A GOOD ONE to lake caws of mares an grass at lOcts per day. Lien for aervicefee. Majicy djip.w.heo mare i3 traded or parted with. colU Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. .1 am W. B. BURTON, TELEPHONE No. 95. LANCASTER. KY. R. 5. SCUDDER, ! I. and to'my surprise, I got better, as well as any and am man." Thedford's Black- Draught is a general, cathartic. I liver medicine, that I has been regulating irregulari ties of ihe liver, stomach and f bowels, for over 70 years. Get j a package today. Insist on the E-genuine Thedford's. to-d- ay r Walker Bradshaw, Mccreary, Jacks - Jennets for sale at Kentucky. and Horses, times. all 70 McKINNEY, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Thursday May 14, 1914. Page 7 Victor Bogaert Co. f Leading Manufacturing Cbsts less m w J A Jrt5's::!!ftj v A .fi 1 I 'i Pk Better CALUMET BAKING POWDER Bakes Now For One Mighty Swat! CARDS, o L.&n. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. ooook ooooxo cxyoooooooooo 00 New Buggy I j . Jewelers 133-13- & Importers West Main St. -:- Arrive. No 10; 5:C0 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Kiclnnoi.d with L & N to Frankfort & Louisvide: at Winchester with C & O to Lesinjj-to- n & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 835 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting; at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:0. a. in. To Richmond, connecting with I. A. N to Irvine & Beattyville. Le.xington & Cincinnati. Middiesboro & Knoxvule No 70; 11:50 a. in. To Richmond, connecting with faat train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethlown & Bowlinsr 5 FOR SALE. Lexington, New York. Only been used a short time ' - Kentucky. Brussels, Beigmm. and is in perfect condition., win sen at a Bargain, Henry Duncan. A. M. BOURNE Lft m Arny-i-8.I-Jr- -E . Qnlcktr reIiTe Rbearntbn. Sore JTm- - 8r I!'" Mi' if that's ECONOM- Y- looking one iiiiiifr for in of Hgh ful mi- - g kimii-- ; you are s thiv-- e in I g It' I Ilmsiireswbolesoraefood.tastv Cnlumi't is tniile t to sell rilit one of the millions of women v. ho u,e j.r cist Calumet insures a wonderbaking. But it docs more. focd-unifor- ml. itor raided food. to hike right. Ask ask your grocer. M "OTttUtiYTItrlfJfll Good Service. f f aUvBiVlaVVli ! S . ffiSi?fswwi V I V -.- Frw isispla aad ciresUr sent oa raqneS. B2URB0N REMEDY COMPANY, Leiinolnr?. Kv. East Main St.. m M Prices Right.1 354-- Phone Lancaster, -Vi -- Kentucky, . Green, and at Banlstown Juncticn Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting train to Bristol ,"i Atlanta. V to EECOVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pure Food Exposition. Chicago. IU. Paris Exposition, France, March, 1912. Wei jN CMICAOO ... iiuii Sp. Wm Px o with fsai snvi. Llll Tji rr b Vca ccn'l save nones- yratn yon toy cleip or btr-ei- n laiiar per e'er. Don't be milled. Boy Calamet. girts belt resits. Calumet is far surerior to scir Dilk asd soda. mare ecctoaucaJ more vrLoltsome i r . m0 IS Ml IW BirUI ... Veterinary at Rainey Lancaster, Office -- Siirgeon and Dentist. s Livery -- .v ; tZ-S'i- Stabl. .,..-- - ,CSil1i - rr .1 - j .. o i fCe" .i SSL TlJISIg ,yj-"-- cjf (v 1 IMioto by American TrtFS Asbociatlon ra - Kentucky h snr-5-- r.i . V4 3 sea j Ol IT 3 J a nti ami U i 3 . M Fi loliiu 'strmers the sounueM 2P 1 , r - r t. zwm iives his t T vi S.vSx-- rn JvJ,JJh1?. CENTS. i 4 ;il ;. 'vs). INNO- - SPECIAL HOSIERY WCEI-Ev- cr OFFER Hosiery SLAUGHTER OF THE j- Guaranteed v W. For f;. Glfia-- Morrow, VV '1 fI ""i!- - Cntiluate Oittici.n . II ,&. l'iraai 3 iTrr'- 1 1 1 I 5 il!!iriiltt.tl Men And Women jjiotd Henry Wattersonl LOU!3JLLE..Y. The So iilA botrl i. JLilLs'UiUiilUlJ An njjent best kind t f indemnity rani 5 VfW . P in 'TI'HE little poem beginning 2- green. Here's a cozy little house which would look well painted: Body, light olive; trim, white; roof, dark olive; sash, n.tli by. JKi s a -- adrcs' Special Offer These colors may be obtained by adding tint ing matter to perfect weather-pro- of paint made of Phoenix White (Dulcli Boy Painter Trafic Mark) and pure linseed oil. Such paint is as durable as paint can be wears long, clings to the wood and keeps smooth. For other houses, colcr schemes pjadly be suggested upon request, i ie ba e tfce .ead, the o J. the colors. Other painting necessities as w, ell. R. E. McRoberts ... '. .., ' '" v zZ JZZs- - a-1-- eeiiatjoint? c patented Joint has THAT the whole business of building silos by making: it possible to construct a perfectly solid stave silo of any desired height. When put together with a little white lead at e stave these joints, a two-piec- .. ,' J '!' A i -- J v- - j&tz- T I- - IX NSfflS one-piec- is as good as if it were made of sta cs, and very much less expensive. There is no metal at these joints to become corroded by the acids and no outside moisture can collect in them to rot the wood. This joint adds years to the life of your silo and many dollars to its value. We have a plan by which you can own an Indiana Silo and let it pay for itself out of what it saves for you on next winter's feed bills. Give us a chance to explain it to you. e t. W. P. KINCAID, Phone 199. Stanford, Ky. Dis-Ag- H&EsXasSE9sSltl '"giMlo a. .'JTlfT : 4 & v ws A jijyA 4"?iro a When You Want It y Bt U2 3CKxraxvB. Where You Want It has been organized ,., cuer. T '"t the Christian church. S .Ji i.i S. i i .? vi IS. W. Givens attended tile raires in Lexington on Wednesday. Miss Lucinda Lutes is visiting friends and relative1- - in Lexington. Miss Mary Chestnut, of MarksHiry, ' at tirst you don't succeed swat, has been a visitor to Hubble friend-?- , swat atsiin!" t Misses Mary Lee and Elizabeth e A mild winter anil sprin;r Evans Gibbs were hostess to the Rook the early arrival of our bitterest club, Wednesday evening. enei'!ie - Hies in vastly incre.iscil Mr, and Mrs. James A. Harris and numbers. Immediate, well directed effort must be put forth if Hie tlire.it- - baby visited Mr. and Mrs. John C. enhij; dangers are to be minimized. Pepples near Stanford last week. The f.nio to iteut files is before they. Afttr a wt.ek of idleness, owing to the when m the egg or when the wet weatner, farmers - tins section in . they i:r maggots. . The problem of elimination of lU(.s re again busy preparing and planting h one of elimination of tilth. No tilth, conl' , no tlie. Mr. Sam Spoon?more who wasstnek- riie- - breed in tilth, jilay on tilth, eat en veiy suddenly with appendicitis. filth and distribute tilth-t- he filthiest was taken to a Danvile Hospital where kind of filth too. If we do away with he was operated on and while he stood ,a .,.,.-- .t .? 411.. !.. i. .i,,. . liiv ij.j'iiiiin iitt.v;-- ul iii-iniiv. i.iii the operation very well he is reported I be no ilies. Therefore the wav to swat Hies now as being in a cutical condition. His wile ai.d daughter who are in Caiifor- N t.i mi tin. ilv lir...xl.n-- n.ili. Clean up. Keep clean and see that nia for the formers health, have been our nelghlMirs keei likewise, and you telegraphed to come to his bedside. will lune few, if any. Hies to contend with. Of course have your swatter London "Tango" .Necklace ready for the first arrivals. "Evelyn Thaw" Bracelet 1 A Sunday school ' shows the spirit houss fly usid to bs regarded and evsn spprcciatsa' s a ornarrcnt rnd baby's plaything. They did not realize that baby's life lay with the filthy insect who "tickled baby's ncse" and who was mist just from scire consumptive's or typhoid patient's or from a neighboring stable. As soon as the fly has emerged from the shell it is ready for its deadly work. It starts out from the stable or the garbage can in search of more filthy food. Around it flies from one insanitary place to another. It enters the sickroom and gathers there the death dealing bacteria. It gets typhoid germs on its legs and flies away to some table and wipes them off on the food. It gathers tuberculosis germs and crawls into the sug ar and over the butter and often ends by tumbling into the milk. It is hard enough for grown persons to fight off the contami- nating flies, but helpless babies are wholly at the mercy of their worst foe. The flies swarm about them, settle down on their faces, Talk over their nursing bottles and leave only when driven away by the baby's res- - '; cioU-rooni il. with vjh'ch the and For LimiUd Time Onlj ;! Six pair of our finest .i")c value I. 'dies,' ,', KJiiranteed hose in black, tan ur .nite colois with wiitten raiantee, for.jl tM) ".'. and lOe for pottage, elc. Opposite Post Oflice. ::; SPECIAL fok men Bath In Connection. ';' For a limited time only, six pairs of '!' finest 35c value Guaranteed IIoo any color .with written guarantee and a 'j! pair of our well known Men's Paradise ;; Garters for one dollar, and l'lc for postage, etc. '.', You know these hose; they stood the . ,'. test when all others failed. Thr y i;ive ' real footeomfort. They have no seams ''. to rip. They never become loose and Physician and Surgeon. " baggy as the shape is knit in, not LANCASTER, KY. pressed in. They are Guaranteed for fineness, for style, for superiority of Office Phone G. Residence Phone 220 ; material and workmanship, absolutely 1' stainless and t0 WCBr six months with- URice Hours Office oer .s j out holes, or a new pair free, Zj Don't delay send in our order before it. in to 1J I p m lo t Murines" Dnirf.-lur- u rloirer expires. Give coirrct size. j;'VEAU-EVEHOSIERY COMPANY I' Dayton Ohio. THE NEW who delivers the Barber Shop E. Seale,PrGp M. ELLIOTT, offer rvl populsx piice J. mooetn 2l Abie ...leiyfire-iirassiiaa'rci in tie Jj v ry ' - i t r e f t.nl .,;ctanJ j near aa e 'i.ct r iaes CsJc in. i.cuii'Xe, Hithmodcrata pneer. J Club Breakt f i m 25c tin. nRn rl I t Lunch 5(k talie df DinnsT, 0 t j ft p. I nx.i A' Miio cajoutj a !a carte scmce 1 in Hctaurirt Rathsicelicr .pen (torr. - p.m. o U,m. Orchestral and vocal nmic 9 ROOM PRICES Wi'h rennin; ratcr end private toilet $1 per day With private bath 51.E0 up to $3.00 par day Large samris raorat with private bath 52.50 to S30 per day. ; the market ' f it the Ntine dtIk-T- price . is many whirls may not prove o sure in event of calamity, is in i position to nitiart. retain the bttsiiif s hiiik it i i I I o-- I. ud inciease I of ins ol!ice--- 1 oer 5 5 KJ 3 9 v nip 3 g 2 iUUSU ', , . You aie cordially invited !o male !.; hotcryour headquarters while in Louisville even if only for a day. Have your mai'l S and packages addressed here. You will always be a welcome guest 9 ROBERT B. JONES. Man.,.. I j OhY. Citizens National Banrt ! J Official Directory Of Garrard Ccnn.7. J R B F. I DENTIST. Waltje I.aiu.ii-irr- , SEED OOBN have Boone Countj White and Red Cob CORN from the crop? of 1012. aiso Reids Yellow Dent of !!'! t which has been cartfu.lv handj iikhI as vve'i 3J ail other faun Write for samples ))nct"J. I ei-op Cliemt JudKe Hull .'Maries A. Ilunliu. Cominoiiwtnl:h .ttnrnrj Hon. Kuiiiiri j car ircmt clc.k Wiltiam B. Maton. Masii-rrj-tci P ir HUIIKLP Pllouu (.ciiintixMiQuer Jury Kimil Brnj Go Ky Oltit'al I'ourt "leooKmilier ' H. Brow. r. Rnuiuon o.ii'y .! 'I. -- mi JmlReAtt-'i- uy Miiie s,t v,, .1 H. J. PATRICK, Derctiist. Kentucky, ti.v, "x""0 a. m Itol 7to9P.mi 12 -- Hl'ir my S'' 1 lies Breed In Fillk vV.BUSli NELSON, l.xngtop. . Pamtliick. Phone 229. :,'fiull- - C A. HeLniMiii. J"!cn8 Otorne T. 5j l nlcn-luu- J' j; ' c i.ltrk J. U Hamilton. Itrk lljiry Tomllilson. oint J. A Jones. cl t'oliixtlt K.illair. JMiii. S , ;. C UalkiT. trnuM ZZZZ2ZZZZZ. j pre-sav- od! ""'" to ( t .ji 'n KkBi8TsRt,-rtrffir-- - T ' r . - b.iMltt9. stsor K. H. Knji. Hc.iily Jailor Ho''. "iierTi'Mir.ii '.(MU 7IuTOtaut)Tvurn . ri'Hiirvr-.- ! i. r.niurri. ' ilit lnt Iaf .;.:.,. M. K. Benny and W Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Ollice -j- Mn it- - lii ,' lax-nin- e "on'- - it.i ii.-t- f i;.iri Hurt -- .V. Auttir- - life tore. It has tne only r,ul cor.tir.i.cu doc.- - opening. Hoops mode of tested steel. Joh-- . Jms ijohliruu ltl. IMit. j i s. II, lm .jrl, Ufet. ' LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY. Doors made ot California Redwood, '" he 4cod Eternal." -TTie taca'k-ct ojr .at lor j aive us ait r.,l 'icn. lac- lowest ire ight from milts to iaitfTV lory to you. iiit a hiittr 6o bud . c it ly 1 m Moops can be adjusted from lad. an l.oit cocriramc UOONf 1 IIOAIIH OP EI(UCA'lt UtioLI. Jr. 1st. Hist. K. B. MellHitr). -- irtl. PHt. 3 Ue&itfcc 3r.l. Pl-- t. TlibMas e KiBg. Itk. Hiit. riiuir - .,-- . t I I - , Funeral Director and Embaimer Office I'hor.e 27. !cr cantlog nd price writing us LOUISVILLE SILO AND TAhri CO. (Incorporated) to-d- a,r Uitj Juoki 1TY OF LANCASXKK. I. i, Iiavtd-f- ? 0. Stalitn F. IGUISilllc IT. City Attorney J. K. Hfjl.jn-o- a ' tTH"k--- l u ltBit. r.j Arttsscr Jehu M Mwiril. i'iij Trecsn.rr ',V. Champ, t tin Ic.ot I.. E Huron. J. 1". rraOur. ' Ol'SflLMEN Residence Phone a HV ITOri? M.L LANCASTER KY. -- f Sfl 93 ff1) ,h & ' I Anion ''.V.ofottou. .Itollce - ll.uriiltoa, I City convenience brought right to your country heme. Think what it would mean to have an abundance of water under pressure the year round, ready just w here needed at 'die turn of a faucet. O pnenmatic water systems .c z e r fTltr"T- - Fly Alan's Greatest Enemy, 1 5 FIVE ard, United States government expert. live hundred and billicn seven hundred ard twenty million is the normal number of fiies a single fly will from April 13 to Sept. 10, according to the statement of Dr. L. O. How- trillion pro-du- 6 r airoanKs-MoTf? 8T S! 1 n I F one energetic fly can pro-"- duco by Sept. 10 5,593,720- C0OOCO flics, how many flies will one pile of manure produce? r i"th'v natural give service equal to and in many respects superior to city service. A water systeni 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 Bathfoem installation. Write today for copy ol Catalog No. GM no Kiehfi be their most persistent enemy. most dangerous FLIES are the to man. Ha should known I It is all important that the winter fly be assassinated. You are doing a work of humanity by killing him now. Don't miss a single chance. These two beautiful pieces of popular jewelry are the craze among society women in New York and the largest cities. Thev are neat and elegant ijold finished articles that will gladen the heart of every girl or woman, ao matter how young or old. Very stylish and atti active. Our Free Offer. We are advertising Spearmint Chewing Gum and desire to place a big box of this fine, healt.iful gum into every home. It sweetens the breath whitens the teeth and aids digestion. It is refreshing and pleasing to all. To everyone sending us but 50c and 10c to cover shipping costs we will shiji a big box of 20 regularoc packages of the Spearmint Gum and include the elegant, "Tango" necklace and 'Evelyn Thaw" bracelet absolutely free. This ofTer is for a short time only. Not more than 2 oiders to one party. Dealers not allowed to acce pt this. y SmjEiLl t -- KfSSOSFS "r )' TLCZWII T -" '- sr - 41 1 s t' s.1 ; V x 1J 4 st, 'I "ar Ua 7 -' Ki 0 F. I ft .. li I ji ..bib i1"! V'f ttlljciliow end pay best nvtriet ' X We are rlculirr: etabliliw lnlj.'; andcauordo UiJlTErtfor you W 1.:?- asoat". commisvica mer- - W Ji' U5 Vl7. -.- -l (I. S! IrrS. it ,A l?i .?. PiiiipK MiSJH ITTil .TSfvl U3T53 jf nr.iiri3f.v UUi.iiui;.1 A4XL&sr om itpw Bt IlrLLlHl id-- hTfcAB nnr M. ,' " r , 3 iS Qi 1tel' 3E9 w0r &9i f e t a. ch.cis s i cuts tbc I"' " ler or"v, in aim n,in" Jter curt- '??l SiSi a .il'.thcrch. 5t "" ' ' "'c rl t'.iin. :' StcucaNC- - Cnc cl!.:t". J isville. 1 H-- i i uesisrsi.i funs, niuts, 33 E. IK:rket SL M. SABEL Rc'erenccsaav bancjnLou-VIt e for weekly price liit. L I ilM Bourbcn Rct;, rij Co ' r ilei;rap-- "DK cr 1:1 "t .T.i,' t to:-,-:!- -: vill'Jwol ' Ij SONS LOUISVILLE. KY. VUUL. T ' earn SMASH FLY IN SPRING! One fly destroyed in the spring will prevent the development of more thnii D.000,000,000.000 Shrubs, Asparagus, Dayton Ohio. Phubarb. Graoe Vines riiro la mftrp Patarrh In thlt section ot ' P. O. Box 101 UNITED SALES GO, Strawberry Plants Fruitand Shade Trees Rrjcpc PeOniGS. DUIiv ClU. r IIIUA, Co The Silo That Gives The undeisigntd heieby jr e wairt ing to all persons not to trespass ii.i u our lands for any purpose whatetei .is we will prosecute all offenders to fit! st extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. G. W Elan,. R. 1.. Elk.n Ed & N B Puce J. W Sweeney John AL Farra V. G. Anderscr J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. KelVv S. C. Henderson. B. Al. Lear A. J. Cadtlell, W. S. Einbry Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. H. C. Arnold Sarah J. 1. Hackley. Jas. G. Ctnn S. L. Rich. W. B. Ray. We will add other narnea'for 25ccnts cash. lonnty Coart Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday-Carlisl- e, 2nd. Monday. Satisfaction Has the famous doors that swing on hinge, convenient to oper ate; keeps silage per JutrImlifec,ly win,er ani1 ' , before the end of sum- mer. "T m$si& f1 S5Pv1 C Outfits fumKhed for operation by engine, windmill, electric motor or by hand. Q Jwi nrjewcww asatvt ; I fetssB i.uoqrv CASTOR A I For Infants and Children. Kind You Have Always Bought Bros. HaseMen Ky. Lancaster, rwmSkfrm ars the aature of I nirw ?& the country than all other diseases put 1U6CU1C1, U..U U.l... ..w .UUfc ... .. J was supposed to be Incurable. For a sreat many years doctors pronounced ita local disease and prescribed local renie- dies, and by constantly falling to euro with local treatment, pronounced it incur- able. Science has proven Catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore re- quires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufacttfred by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio, Is the only Constitutional cure on the market. It is on tne taken internally. It acts directly system. blood and mucous surfaces ot the They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. CO.. Toledo, o. Address: f. j. CHENEY Sold by Druggists. 75c. Take Hairs Family piiii for conBtipation. E BUliltiiCl. Everything for Orchard. Lawn arid drirdpn VVritf-- Write for oar oiler and Silo Book Mailed Free Also cet offer on the Lansing the light nuuiine Sllberz-ib- a j Silo and Silage for fret? Catalodtie No AdtS. m Culler. M W Hlll611Tjl67er WU.llSiy bfillS. Lexington, Kentucky. OL m Southern Silo Co. Iacorporatcil J J Lexington, Kentucky Nurserymen since 1841. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. ML. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Mondav. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday May 14, 1914 T HE from One to Ten Dollars. BKYANTHV1LLE Hear Gov. McCreary at Court House STRAIGHTFORWARD STANFORD. Lancaster Home-comin- g SEASON IS ON We have them in price Phil Ison. trouble. These are often the symptoms Mr. and Mrs. Albert Severance are Miss Marguerite Woolfolk of Lexing- of weak kidneys and there is grave ton, is the guest of Miss Mayme Lee danger in delay. Doan's Kidney Pills at Crab Orchard Springs, where they JERRY DOTY, Sec'y. W. H. HARRIS, Fres. will spend the summer. Ballard. are especially prepared for kidney aiThe ladies of the Baptist church will Mrs. W. J. Hogan is in Lexington lmentsare endorsed by over 30,000 visiting her daughter Mrs. W. T. people. Your neighbors recommend give a home talent play here on next this remedy have proved its merit in Monday night entitled "Abe Martin Woolfolk. Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Stallings, of many tests. Lancaster readers should Wedding"- - Tne fund realized will go Cincinnati, are with Mr. J. B. Leavell, take fresh courage in the straightfor to the organ fund. CROP REPORT. HAY 7, 1914. ward testimony of a Lancaster citizen for a stay of several weeks. State Senator Charles F. Montgomery W. M. Zanone, Campbell and Crab of Liberty was here Monday mingling Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard is spending KENTUCKY AND UNITED STATES. this week in Louisville, the guest of Orchard bts., Lancaster Ky., says; with friends and receiving congratula 'Rly kidneys were disordered and the tions upon all side for the record that her aunt Mrs. Marshall Guerrant. kidney secretions were irregular in he made in the recent General As- I with Weather Bureau, U. S., DepartBureau of Statistics in The regular services at the Method- passage and contained sediment. I had ment of Agriculture. ist church will be held Sunday morning pains in my back and sides and when I sembly. Estimates as of May 1, 1914, with comparisons, made by Bureau of Statis- and evening by the pastor Dr. Pearce. P. M. MeRoberts, who waj defeated stooped, I had difficulty in straighten tics are given below: Mr. D.D.Lee has bought the mail line ing. Finally, I used Doan's Kidney for School Trustees of the Stanford ' KY. U. S. Graded School district by G L Penny on from Lancaster to Nicholasville from Pill and they relieved me." Winter Wheat. Mr. Sam Farley and began his duties Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim- May 2, by the majority of only two vot- - ' Percent 3.0 3.1 Planted area abandoned Monday. Also Color Card of 45 different Color Combinations ply ask for a kidney remedy-ge- t Doan's es, nas nieu suit in the Lincoln court, Acres 745,000 35,400,000 Area remaining to harvest contesting the election, on the ground Mr. Hugh Tomlinson has returned to Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Zanone 98 95.9 Condition May 1. 1914 this time of the year you'll need this bip;, inhis home at Toledo O, after spending a had. Foster-Alilbur- n Co., Props, Buf- that fifteen illegal votes were cast for 87 85.9 Condition May 1, ten year average structive, free book. It contains beautiful illus Mr. Penny. few weeks with his mother, Mrs. Hen- falo, N. Y. Bushels 10.200,000 Forecast froin condition report trations of attractively nainted Homes, shows W. P. Kincaid, Secretary of the K. ry Tomlinson. Busheis 9.860,000 estimate of yield. 1913 Final t nlans and rives full information how to select the P. fair has opened up his headquarters Messrs W. C. Hose, of Lexington and KENTUCKY PRESS READY Itye right colors and how best to apply the paint. This fine in the office of Jesse D. Wearen en G. C. Hose of Lancaster, spent the 95 93.4 Condition May 1. 1914 booh will help you save money and trouble. Tells also Main Street and has gone to work in week-en- d S3 with their parents Mr. and 89.4 Condition May 1, ten year average all about FOR MIDSUMMER MEET. earnest to make this fair a greatest Mrs. G. B. Rose. Meadows (for Hay) 93 To Be Held At Daw- one ever had Mr. Kincaid is a very 90.9 Conditions May 1. 1914 Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk and Miss Anna Sessions June 8--12 energetic worker and will do all in his 89 9S.1 Condition May 1, ten year average Lee Woolfolk, of Lexington, motored power to make the fair a success. son Springs. Pastures over Thursday for a short visit to Mrs. 89 8S.3 Mat Martin, of Rowland, sustained a Condition May 1, 1914 J. C. Alcock, of JeiTersonville, secreE. H. Ballard and family. S7 83.G Condition May 1, ten year average Mrs. R. I. Burton spent Sunday in tary of the Kentucky Press Association very painful accident Tuesday morning, j Spring Plowing. Lexington. She went over to bring has announced the programme for the while he was testing an automatic pis- ' G9 Per cent done May 1, 1914 70.9 midsummer meeting, to be tol that he purchased Monday. He had Mrs. Hicks home from the hospital forty-fift- h This old reliable paint has made good for almost half a 70 G.CC held June 8 to 12, at Dawson Springs. gone into the back yard to try it and Per cent done May 1, ten years average where she had been under treatment century. It is just Pure White head. Zinc Oxide, and Planting Spring It includes much important business after getting started, he was unable to for the last few weeks. Genuine Linseed Oil, in the correct proportions, which 40 features. get it stopped. He shot himself through and many entertainment Per cent clone May 1, 1914 5ti.4 Master Jack Williams, the attractive make it the best and most economical paint to use 40 51. 6 will be assembled at 8 the foot near the toes. The wound is Per cent done May 1, eight year average The convention son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams, thought not to be serious. Hav o'clock Monday evening. June 8, j entertained a few of his friends at dinSS.000 Tons of old crop on farms May 1, 1914 ... S. Lawrence, of Cadiz, president, 7,830,000 A large crowd was here Monday to ' ner Sunday. The occasion being the 180,000 Tons of old crop on farms May 1, 1913... . 10,828,000 at the New Century Hotel. Will P. hear J. C. W. Beckham, seventh birthday of the popular host. 80,000 Tons of old crop on farms May 1, 1912.... Scott, a former member, will make the 4.744,000 AsTc us for booklets on Pee Gee Flatloatt. for Ky, who is a candidate for the demo-cratMr. and Airs. Taylor Burdett were welcoming address and trie response of Walls and Ceilings: Creostain, for Roofs: Porch nomination for U. S. Senator. and Darn Paint. Wagon and Implement Paint, called to Boyle Monday by the serious will be by T. C. Underwood, of The court room was full to over flowetc.. or write direct to PEASLEE-GAULBER- T illness of her father Mr. Collier, who The president's annual ad- ing. There were quite a number of' n.COOCCOOOC'POOOCOCtCOOOOCCO00 CO.. Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. has been in a critical condition for sev- dress will be read. For the remainding prominent men here from different eral months and has been gradually four days the program follows: s FARMER'S COLUMN counties to hear this great speech degrowing worse the last few dajs. his Two German vessels laden with TUESDAY MORNING JUNE 9 He livered by such an able speaker. for Mexican Federals returned death is expected any time. 9:30 Invocation. was introduced by W. H Shanks in a 9:10 Reading of minutes and report very plea&ing manner. ,j.ro im n iluh liejatuR I loi me exclu-iv- to Germany with their cargo. of secretary-treasure- r, J. C. Alcock, J. .1. Alarklein the Cincinnati turfiisr ft :ii furintr sulcriler. and is for The second annual track and field tiicW. gria mi'l oiicli tliuiR-- t on men was Me Kli- JelTersontown, Ky. ruled oir the course at the tin- - Uiaiei cmiiiat afford to adver-ti- r lurui meet, under the auspices of the Inter- Lexington track by the Board of Re10:00 Taking up unfinished business. No i. !!-.l. .'' H'rel.-t- l out four at the : 'Relation of the Press to scholastic Association, was held 10:30-(- 1) kiiiI rfili loroulj n int-- . j umim it the gents. on. i. ff" of CnrtiJIr led by Harry State University's athletic field Satur- AND COLORED Rural Development." Coxey.s annv ha reached Cumber- BEAUTIFUL day afternoon. There was a large Giovannoli, Lexington Leader. land Md., on their march to Washing). It. ft'jephenl has.-iomfirst class 11:0- 0- (a) "How To Establish Closer crowd present to witness the good work. ton, and the entile roster only sums up coiii i ir wale yellov; and white Relations Between Town and Country" Stanford won 20 points out of a possible eleven men. .1 v.iri-t- . O. 15. Shepherd. (3. a recoid that we should be proud of. Ed. D. Shinmck, Shelby Record. Ten deaths and over a million dollars Many are rich, rare, pictures of Paint I Ack, Ky R. F. 1). 11:1- 0- (b) "How To Stamp Out The buys won two gsld medals, one loss resulted from a tornado which BEAUTIFUL MODELS AND .Adult Illiteracy." Mrs. Cora Wilson silver medal, two bronze medals and a tM AT Mi I . W. WalLcr has a gojil new swept Central Iowa and southern Wissilver loving cup. The team is com-- 1 ACTRESSES Stewart, Morhead Mountaineer. n.i'Ji'liak-' waaou lie will sell at a bar-t- - consin .Momiry. g posed of Wm. Giimes. Wm Wodd, Sam Also a 11:2- 0- (c) "The Public School and The legal linn of O'Dougherty & !. S.' liini at onro. FOUNTAIN PEN the Country Press," Paul M. Moore, Embry, Hartwell Shanks and Elmei Yonts of Louisville Anderson. Earlington Bee. Sal- - lt lisrrei of coru, Uie ly fee of $150,000 in received the princeAll for only 5U cents the famous Ewaid For sale, a nice home farm cf 4 14 acres at Brgin; Ky.. Mercer id) "The Farm Demonstrator 12:t!0 vnritt,', aoiiaWf Co' selecting divorce proceedings. The greatest bargain in beautiful ui.d the Countrv Press. "Leigh Hams U. 1. Hery Huit. B. F. county. The land is some of Kentucky's best; the improvements are AUTOMOBILE TIRES W. B McRoberts. formerly of Dan- cards and rare art pictures ever offered. ' Heiiderson Jour.inl. Lmucawtifr Ky. a mi)(Iemvi",rifJ0 dwelling mi'n water works, ristern and well, larga ville, was Uaten and robbed by auto Many are hard to obtain and have sold 11:10-- (e) The Public Road and the AT FACTORY PRICES ( .tttuut jit or bandits in a drag store of which ho singly for the price we ask for nil. Public Press." Robert J. McBrjde, Jr yard with forest and evergreen trees, nice young orchard of fruit aad VM vris, waa manager in Louisville. These will go quickly to all lovers cf Louisville Times. i in the yew. to berries: ice house, buggy, meat, hen and coal houses, large cellar two SAVE FROM 30 to 60 aER CENT llO-(- f) Congress is evidently contemplating the beautiful in nature who appreciate "How the Press Can lit' if cattle. Ad-U-t. large new barns: tool hoi.se. torn cribs, granary. warKs!:n,and two new art pictures of well developed velop Agriculture." Harry SlcCaiiy, an i arly adjournment as they arc? dis ' Tire Tube Nicholasville Journal. the adviuabilty of beginning n'-k- cussing tenant bouses: rleuty of stock water well distributed ovar the far S 7.20 g 28x3 and tneir deittoeratiofu at 11 o'clock SLto A reliable fountain pen and the 1 Two hundred (200) acres in wheat, 50 for torn, 80 acres sown in cV . 7.80 1.95 Mxi ,.! fiee with each order. These alone have WEDNESDAY MORNiNG JUNE 10 holding of night Mewiione. 10.80 2.80 90x84 sold for one dollar in stores. );io Invocation ; this spring. 30 acres to be cut this year, and remainder in pcim Stat- - Uniw-rsitat Uexington had The 100 beautiful 11.90 2.95 32x3J cards and pen all ' 9:20-W- hy n j troul.e placing their 35iJ,000 at Dawson? J. R, Lemon insur-.ii- c. paature; 250 rods of fence built last year same amount to be 12.40 3.00 34SSJ . it wai tai.en by the tireat South-c- for but Tic and 10c in stamps for ost- - j Ma Held ilessengf r. 13.70 3.35 32s4 9:40-H- ow this season. I Got the Pie. John J. of L rtiisvnie. The Henry Clay, of S.SO 33x4 14.80 Will sell to give pnjsession-oLi;:v.t.i aid the Standard of Hart-lo.t- i. AET POETKAYAL GO. Berry, Paducah or before January 1 1913. 3.G0. 34x4 16.80 Kentucky Solon, S. M. Bay ton Ohio. 36x4 17.85 liberal terms and feeding privileges in fr)l f 111 !. 3.90 Sauliov, Stanford Interior-Journa- l. The Friedman cure ha 35x4 18.75 4.85 10:20 -- The State Press, Lewis C. o . tn a fraud, in a test, three out of 36x4 4.90 10.85 Demoralizing Paper Bag. Humphrey. Louisville Evarniig Post. eighteen paiiei.t who took the cure are 5.10 21.50 37xiJ Taere is uotning to demoralizing tOT 10:10-RoTable - "Money End of JO dead an J the iv:;kiilitig juitients l'cr any landscape as a paper bag. 37x5 5.90 24.90 5 Newspaper Business." led bv C. S. the most part are worse, instead of F. Tennyson Jesse, Nan-Ski- d itm. All other sizes in stock. CIark Wegtmi Newspaper Union. better. ia Bai-gin-, Ky. K tires 15 per cent additional, red tubes j 11:40 Report of Executive Cvurge Ade, the famous riter of AH new, ten ier cent above gray. mittee and election of members. . nd humorous fables, .aticaster was found clean, fresh, guaranteed tires, as Best Politeness tpe containing apartment in Louisville. Hecied i:i his bsnoYoIenco has been well definedMa-- ; ' 12AK) Adjournment. if t'vidently ., in small things. standard and independent makes. Buy tsKSfft. i..,,, in :l s; turn and rertve committed suicide as 3s a revolver with caulay. direct from us and sa e money. 5 per THURSDAY MOYNING JUNE 11 Mn Hickeor, j with one empty chamber was found in full accent discount if pajment 9:30 Invocation- Mm 1 near his iiaiid. Godcsr.d. ".'ov and Then," George W. companies each order. O. O. D. on 10 The second trial or Lieut. Chas C. per cent deposit. Allowing examina-- Seven reou dveUing on i': I Ile "I wonder why it is that I can Doneghy. Danville Advocate. intoii street, wril improred. will Becker, charged with complicity in the never manage to be alono with you?" 10:00 -- Why I Am A Member of the tion. mtinlur of gambler Herman Rosenthal, Shc "It must be an cct of Provi- Kentucky Press Association. L. W. ' tlie&;. TIRE FACTORIES SALES CO. for which the four gunmen were hang- dence." Boston Transcript. Sam Fnrlev. Gaines, Todd County Progress. Dept. A Davton Ohio. ed recently, is ii progress in New York. 10:20-Wh- ere Politics Ends and BusiV; aitnn Mo; htussomeof his premium . Becker was .sentenced to the rinin Imf , ness I'n'gins," Charles M. Meacham, M. Young America. 11 is the J.OOJie ;.,,... ecd corn for sale a r.l a reprieve. "Mother, I wish lather 'd hurry up Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (.(iiintj Wnite variety and then? is none J i 10:10-Roical and get rich. I hate havln' to keep on Side lictU't ile aiso iia3 several nutitircii Jyin to the other boys about him." of a Newspaper." led bv Heher MatWhooping Ccugh. The City Council has ordered publish- -' kHinmlh of lwney for sale. Collier's Weekly. thews Hartford Herald. ed the names of those persons who owe 'About a year ago my three boys ll:30-I-ct- ion of Officers. , of had whooping cough and 1 found Chamthe city taxes for 1912 and 1913 and if i Juvo for bale about 1000 bundle.-12;00 Adjournment. Wanted 3 Longer Rest. R same is not paid by the regular meetll berlain's Cough Remedy the only one .lieaf outs, aiso a nice coming kj Doctor "It's nothing serious, CarFRIDAY MORNINO JUNE 12 ing night in June, parties owing will mare mute. that would relieve their coughing and ney. I'll have you back on the job in 9:30 Invocation Uu Jessie Barlow, either be sued or piojierty will be sold whooping spells. I continued this a week." Patient "Whist! Can't yo 9:10 Fmal session. to satisfy the unpaid taxed. R.F.D.No.3. Lancaster. The foltreatment and wa- burprised to find make it two weeks, docthor, bein' as " "Kisses and lowing is a list of those who are indebtthat it cured the disease in a very short yer bill is goin" to bo paid by th' ed to the city and the amounts: Mi .1. IJ Woods, of Paint Lick, has time," write airs. Archie Dalrmple, comp'uy?" Puck. 1 R Mill TiTfinnP 1912 a .plemlid work hors.? and a lot of Rye Crooksville, Ohio. For sale by all u rmi Miss Reiki Arnold $10 50 Write dealers. in KiK.iile he will sell cheap. .m SI Complete Shaving Outfit $1 Joe Francis IrillM 1 98 .!.'. , .. 2 S2 J no. Francis 10 Articles 10 i'oit Salk-;-)imLIVE STOCK 31AKKET. second hand Miriy in 4 2S J. A. Jones i r C. S. Cotton, CISGINNATIvr.N!OS YAKI1P. 2 41 To advertise our Universal Shaving Dr. Pontius Paint Lick. Ky. My3 Hckj Cattle 24 25 Sheep Outfit and Universal Products we will Mrs. Chairs Walters ..w.i,..; 7K)i)is :: 1913 for a limited time only, send this well Mr V. A. Lear wwuts to buj f0 good Butcher steers All my household and kitchen furniture, all of 35 50 worth 3. Shaving Outfit for 1.00. We Anderson Heirs 7 iXjt s 0 feeding hups that will Weigh from 80 Good to choice ... Common to fmr.. 10 S3 S 7i il s. j sell our products to the consumer direct Miss Bella Arnold ti 12U l'Ml,l ii. which is apparently new, 1 Cast Range good as new, 1 Should be Engraved or Ilcircrs. extrn . . St s .," 4 22 and therefoie you save nil agents' pro- Dr. Wm. Burnett Good to rliulco . 5 & 7 2i Embossed nowadays. 2 25 family horse for either saddle or harness, 1 set of har- fits which as you know are very li rge. Joe Francis Foil SAl.E:-Earllomat'i pUi'iits, al.so t;oinmoti to frflr j :; HUd. 1 Hollow Ground Razor. J no. Francis f. fliw 7 no jeilow Va i sweet potato plants, Z')c. fiws, extra It reflects good taste and buggy almost new, 1 milk cow, 1 Good to choice ... ! i ssiness. one 1 o Lather Brush. T. M Howard :o per 1VJ0. oi S0M for $l'.Oj. (Jommon to fair .. 1 Razor Strop, Canvas Back, S735 Lancaster Hospital at once creates a favorable gallic- - li. Henderson, Ciiiiners 1 saddle, about or 60 nice C3 33 brood sow, 1 Nickel Easel Back Mirror. H. T. Logan Hull ImlogUHs... Lowell, Ky. impression. SilS 7 W 83 1 Miller Kate P. Fatlmlli Barber Towel. 7 oftff r . ifence posts, 1 lawn mower and lots of items that are SJ CALVKS: extra 45 For Hie Torpid Liver. 1 Bar Shaving Soap. Mrs. J. R. Mount ,rfltt ,, il Suppose you come and see o FalrtOKOOd 7M!i.-,1 Box Talcum Powder. J. R. Mount Son & Co 4? 10'not mentioned in this bill. Terms made known on "I have .used Chamberlain's Tablets! Com moil ninl large 5 jkh i n.i the many beautiful samples o vv 1 Decorated China Mug. Mrs. W. M. Mahan tiOr;S:i;ood jmciere and butchers S A: a fl ) vears when- off and on for the nast six rf 5 10 day of sale. (i.,l..l 1 Aluminum Barber Comb. Dr. Pursley we have and get our prices. " J0 S ever my liver shows signs of being in a J suRg..." 20 67 10(0. 0 CO 1 Bristle Hair Brush. J. P. Prather disordered condition. They have al Common tocholce heavy fat sows. . ,riO 7 CO THE 3 75 Each outfit packed in neat box $1.00. Mrs. C. D. Todd W2ys acted quickly and given me the Light nhlpper 10? 8 40 26 25 Coin or Money Order, postage 10c ex- Mrs. Chairs Walters. ,.. 5MiS03 desired relief," writes Mrs. F. II. 11 40 ? JohnWalters SHKEP:extru tra. '5-2- j Y. For sale Goodtodholce Trubus. .Springville, 2 10 4 85 T. K. Watson UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS CO, 5 11 by all dealers. Common to fair 3 i0 4 75 L. E. Herron, city Tax Collector. Dayton Ohio. SjEE Miss Lottie Carson is able to be out Monday, May 25th. TESTIMONY. after several days illness. Mr. W. M. Jenkins was a recent vis- Mauy Lancaster Citizens Have Profited Ernest Campbell and Montez Fish, itor in Lexington. of Crab Orchard, were here Saturday By It. Mr. Green Clay Walker, of Lancasfor a short time. ter, was here Monday on business. If you have backache, urinary troubMrs. J. C. Reynolds and little daughMr. Tom Armstrong of Louisville, is les, days of dizziness, headaches or ter are the guests of Mrs, Edgar Reyvisiting his cousins, Messrs Tom and nervousness, strike at the seat of the nolds at McKinnev. Qolored Fair. AUGUST 6, 7, 8, 1914. McRoberts Drug Store. FREE f I i r w Illustrated Paint Book "Homes, and How to Paint Them" AT Mastic Wm "The Kind That Lasts" Satisfaction Guaranteed ic Hop-kinsvil- General News. I SWCflMKOW04 , am-nuti- e REIMloberts f&w y&ffRAiffli ' I e CARDS D.-- ILtr W? j r Self-Fillin- ; ' ' , De-ra- re self-fillin- ent. m News-Democra- t. Tubf-rculosi- s 1 1 und tJ. Q3 JbAi-u- i X j ica-ste- r. S. I ! -- . .,, '. i 9:-1- vT r nip und Table-"Pract- o Oil LE FOR TAXES, Having decided to move West wm on four-j-.tr-u- bu.-'ne- ss 3y r&ay, May 1 61 - good-bjes.- a mtua Personal at o'clock p. m., offer to the highest and best bidder the following: I v .", 7- 1 11 $130.00 shots, 4 50 33-in- -- f. Central Record. Noah Spainhower.