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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 21, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914052101_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 21, 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. 4 THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWKNTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 21, 1914. Next Monday is county court day. Corn planting is well nigh completed. NUMBER I Hear Gov. McCreary Monday May, 25th. at Court House Hear Gov. McCreary Monday, May 25th. at Court House Keep Out The Flies and the surest plan is to Lancaster as usual has a crack baseball team. Cut worms are causing the farmers much annoyance. Unusually good order was maintained ED. WALTON TO during the street fair. WO . liidiiiujf lulPff WALKER. BECOME A BENEDICT. Tobacco setting has commenced with the forward farmeis. Hear Gov. McCreary Monday, May 25th, at Court House The annual spring building boom has commenced and dwellings are going up all over town. Automobiles are thicker lower regions. Chief Herron and his deputies Kept a sharp lookout for bootleggers last week and succeeded in landing one. ter than the proverbial fiddler in Lancasin the SCREEN so screen T H Ed. C. Walton, well known to the The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. WnlKpr. nf Mrf!rpnrv diprl Sunclnv newspaper fraternity and the citizens night and was buried Monday after- - of this Part of the btate- - but who is noon. Much sympathy is expressed i "ow editinK a newspaper in Orlando ' be marl,ed ln June to M!as for the bereaved parents in the less f Fla' IS their little girl which lived only three Maud Marcum of Catlettbburg Ky. We have not the pleasure of the acquaindays. tance of the young lady, but there is no finer fellow than Ed Walton, and CONGRATULATIONS. the Record tenders its congratulations in advance. Only the trained eye of the stork could detect and interpret the smile which wreathed Will Embry's face ANOTHER CONSOLIDAWednesday. Its a girl and both mother and daughter are doing nicely. ConTED SCHOOL gratulation are pouring in upon the fond parents. In Prospecl For Garrard Counly. CULTIVATOR Cultivators. The King of We have sold 5 CAR LOADS of these cultivators H E early and be ready when the flies come. $ 1 The dust was something fierce last week. What will it be in August? Let's oil the streets and be rid of this nuisance. Many Garrard county farmers are coming to a realization of the virtues of a silo and are erecting one on their premises. RURAL BASE BALL. Point Leavell defeated Paint Lick on the Point Leavell grounds last Saturday afternoon by a score of 12 to 1. These two teams will lock horns at Paint Lick next Saturday afternoon, and on the following Saturday Point Leavell will go to Kirksville for a game with that village. These country games are exciting much interest, and the entire countryside declares a half holiday each Saturday afternoon to attend. The four clubs, Paint Lick, Point Leavell, Hyattsville and Kirksville contemplate organizing a four team league. AnIce Cream supper will be given at Herring School House, Saturday night, May 23. Admission 10 and 20cts. Proceeds for benefit of school. The many friends of Judge R. A. Burnside will be glad to know that he is sufficiently recovered to "go a fish'in". He caught a big 'un in Dix river last week. is S I Our Store is Head- ,a , . r n qucii ters ior an Kina ana sizes of screen. Windows, Doors and both Black and Galvanized screen cloth. Get our prices before you buy. STANLEY AT CRAB ORCHARD Next Saturday afternoon Hon. A. O. On public square envelope containing Stanley, will address the democrats of $9.30. Reward, if returned to this of- Crab Orchard and vicinity in the interlt-pfice, est of his candidacy for the democratic d. LOST. BIBLE CLASS RALLY. The young men's bible class of the Christian church will have a rally day next Sundav and every member should make an effort to be present and bring a new one with him. This class is growing rapidly, both in interest and numbers. nomination for United States Senator. Courier-Journfrom Pikeville, states chat he spoke to an audience of 700 people in the court house at that place on Monday. His speech, the telegram stated, was enthusiastically received, many leading democrats calling upon Mr. Stanley at his hotel in Pikevill and pledging him theie loyal support. A telegram to the al THEY PASS DS BY. Lancaster is a good place to live, and our chief cause for grievance is the fact that we seldom have a good circus, and if our circus lovers ever get to satisfy their longing for that class of amusement, they are compelled to go away from home. The railroad facilities to Lancaster are bad, or rather we are off of their regular route, and the real good circuses give us the go by. SHOUSE. CONN BROTHERS. t Lancaster, Ky. MAPLES The beautiful old home of Capt. T. A. Elkin, situated two miles from Lancaster on the Stanford and Lancaster turnpike, will be sold at public sale, Tuesday, June 9th, at two o'clock. This place contains 250 acres of productive land, 175 acres now in young grass and blue drass. 75 acres now in corn and tn m bacco. THE FARM IS WELL IMPROVED, WELL FENCED, AND WELL WATERED. A new 10 acre tobacco barn, with galvanized roof, stock barns and all necessary out build- ings. The two story frame house is modern in convenience, contains eight rooms, metal roof, two halls, two porches, the front porch being of cement and 36 feet long, cement walks and beautiful driveway through a lawn of two acres, shaded with 100 trees, water maples, red bud maples and sugar trees. This is one of the most beautiful homes in Central Kentucky and only fifteen minutes drive from the city, with a $40,000 Graded school. On account of failing health and advancing age the sale of this farm is absolute. Persons from a distance desiring to look at same, will be met at train at any time, day or night, and all such persons are especially invited. Possession given at any time and terms will be liberal to sjit purchaser. Elder John S. Shouse, one of the oldest and best known ministers of the Christian church in Kentucky, died at his home in Lexington last Thursday morning. His death followed a stroke of paralysis received on Monday, from which he never regained consciousness He was 73 years old, and a native of Midway, Ky., was one of the founders ot the Midway Orphan School, and was WE LOSE A GOOD CITIZEN. pastor of the church there for many years. He had many warm friends in Mr. Noah Spainhower who for several this community who will regret to years has conducted a general store at learn of the passing of this saintlykman. Point Leavel!, held a sale of his personal property on last Saturday and within the next few weeks will take his depar- SORRY TO LOSE MISS DEAN, ture for Kingston Mo. where he will It is with a feeling of reluctance near make his future home. Garrard county to sadness that the people of Lancaster can ill afford to lose such citizens as hear the news that Miss Olive Dean Mr. Spainhower: he was born and raiswith the close of the present school ed in the county, and we hope that he year will sever her connection with the will be so overcome bv the longing for local school, and will teach at her home the land of his birth that he will soon in Warsaw Ky. Miss Dean has been return. His business was sold some in our school for a number of years and time since to Henry Sanders, who took has given splendid satisfaction, she is possession last week and will continue earnest and conscientious in her work, the busiuess at the old stand. throwing her whole soul into her duties, Mr. Spainhower realized good prices has won the at his sale, a horse bringing 137.50. with the result that she esteem of respect and her cow $47. and household and unstinted milk fellow teachers, her pupils, the patrons kitchen furniture bringing fair prices. of the school and the community in general. She is a splendid lady as well AMONG THE BUILDERS. as an educator, 13 very popular socially, hpard of Mr. James W. Smith the merchant, and her leave taking will be with much regret. has broken ground for the erection of a handsome bungalow on Richmond street on a part of the "Reid lot", which SPO0NAM0RE. when completed will be one of the Mr. Samuel Spoonamore died at the handsomest of this particular kinds of Danville hospital on the 13th inst after residences in Lancaster, and will be a a short illness of locked bowels, and considerable improvement to that after funeral services at the late home pretty thoroughfare. Len Miller is at Hubble conducted by Revs. Walker building a bungalow on Danville street and Pollitt, his remains were interred adjoining the property of Mr. W. T. in the Danville cemetery on last SunWest, and Ben Cormney will Legin at day afternoon. once the erection of a similar house on Mr. Spoonamore was about G5 years Crab Orchard street adjoining the proof age and his entire life has been spent perty of Councilman W. M. Zanone. in the vicinity of Hubble. He was a It augurs well for Lancaster that the frequent visitor in Lancaster where he younger men are taking an interest in hes many friends. His wife and one the welfare of the town sufficient to daughter, Miss Jewell, survive him, erect homes here, thereby identifying and were both in California, at the themselves with its future. Several time of his death, but hastened "home, more nice residences will go up during reaching there in time for the funeral. the summer. The good people of the Bryantsville section of the county contemplate another effort in the near future to secure a Consolidated School for that section of the county An attempt was made in this direction about a year ago, but it resulted in failure. However, not daunted by the one unsuccessful effort, and realizing the great benefits to be obtained, these people are determined to keep trying until their efforts meet with success. The splendid showing made by their neighboring school at Buena Vista has spurred them on to redouble their endeavors and they have splendid hopes of success in finally establishing a Consolidated School in their midst, which will make the third school of this character in the county, not counting the school at Lancaster. No greater heritage could be left a child than a good education, and this fact should be taken into consideration and no person should allow the few paltry dollars which it will cost in the way of additional taxation for school purposes to cause them to throw a stumbling block in the path of an effort to further the cause of education, and the building of new and commodious school buildings and the increasing of school facilities is most assuredly furthering that cause. Your children can spend the dollars vou leave them after you are gone, but a good education is not so easily rid of, and this will enable them to win back the dollars which you pay for their education. Get your shoulder to the wheel and help along this splendid undertaking. in Garrard County. All are working and giving i zWh IV satisfaction. re- They require few pairs and are anteed by guar- lVM HASELD Wholesale and Retail Hardware. (P Specialist. THE BYRNE H NOTICE TO CORRES MEANS ist of w ervice. Saving expenses of cription charges. cientiflc u a thorough examination of your eyes by a special16 years experience, without change. MDENTS We appreciate your letters. We are glad to publish them, and the public is glad to read them However, there are certain rules that must be observ. ed in order to facilitate the work of the office, one of the most important of these is that all letters must reach the office notlaterthan TUESDAY MORNING in order to be published the week of their receipt. Our work is systematized with Tuesday as the day for handling country correspondence, and if the letters reach here later than the time specified, they must either not be published or disarranged the work of the entire office force for the week. trip to city and pres- MEANS a proper correction by glasses of any Optical defect or eye strain at prices you can afford to pay. All white metal frames best lenses.. ..$2.50 to 4.00 Gold filled frames to $6.50 Solid Gold frames, best lenses $7.50 to $10. "Shums" best lenses $5.00to$7.50 -- KRYPTOKS" TORIC" and "COMPOUND" Lenses not included in the above prices. BYRINE J. J. Glass Fitting will be at Specialist in Eye LANCASTER, KY.. MONDAY, On 11 MAY OFFICE AT KENGARLAN HOTEL. TO 30. 3 HUERTA WILL J PROBABLY STAND ASIDE, THUS SIMPLYFYING The Work Of The Board Of Mediators. COLLIER. Mr. Robert Collier died ot his home in Danville on last Thursday and after services by Rev. H. C. Garrison his remains were placed at rest in Bellevue cemetery in that city on Saturday afternoon. Mr. Collier has been a contin- THE FARMERS. Much farm work was accomplished f . A. ELKIN, LANCASTER, KY. uous sufferer from asthma and catarrh for almost a quarter of a century, and has been confined to his bed since last December. Mr. Collier was 65 years of age and was born and reared in Garrard county, but removed to Danville about twenty years ago, where he has since resided. No more highly respected citizen ever lived in or left Garrard county than Mr. Collier. Besides his wife, who was Miss Mary Arnold before her marriage to him, the deceased ;s survived by five children as follows: Mrs. Taylor Burdett of Bryantsville. this county. Mrs. E. H. Salter of Boyle county, Mr. B. F. Collier of Wilmington 0. and Messrs Robert and Kavan-aug- h Collier of California, and also by two brothers, Hiram Collier of Burgin and William Collier of Jessamine county. last week, many of the farmers completing their corn planting and clearing the board for tobacco setting which will begin in earnest next week. Some corn is up and aside from the ravages of cut worms, especially in sod land, is looking well, though those farmers who have not yet planted their corn are rejoicing over the fact, as they would most probably have been compelled to plant the second time. Wheat never looked better at this time of year, and th? outlook is for a crop equal to if not better than the splendid one of last season. Spring grass is looking fine, and the outlook is for an abundant hay crop. Blue grass is well headed out and is ripening fast, and under the influence of a short stretch of real warm weather, would soon be ready to strip. PLANTS. Those who are occustomed to strip I have an unlimited supply of guarthat commodity are already overhauling their machinery and getting, every- - anteed varietys tomato plants, and will thing in readyness for the fast ap- have sweet potato plants in season. Mrs. George Smith Sr. proaching harvest. tf The Board of Mediators will meet at Niagara Falls Ont. tomorrow, and a speedy and satisfactory settlement of the differences between this country and Mexico is hoped for and expected. It is understood that Dictator Huerta has instructed his representatives at the conference to tender his resignation in the event that it is seen that such a step will bring about a quick and satisfactory settlement of the differences and restore peace in Mexice. President Wilson is keeping in close touch with the situation and in order to do this wires have been installed in the room where the conference will be held, which will lead direct to the White House. The President has let it be known that the U. S. troops will not be withdrawn from Mexico until peace is finally restored. The fate of Private Parks who wandered into the Mexican lines at Vera Cruz and was reported shot, is vet unknown, but upon vigorous representations of Secretary Bryan, Huerta has promised an early and rigid investigation of the disappearance of the soldier Meantime the Rebel General Villa is pursuing his war relentlessly: his troops are now at the gates of Torreon and a desperate conflict is in progress with a splendid prospect for the success of Villa and the taking of the city; IHi iLJP BilJy I jljwm m1 tea tSS iPBI WUJlLmJHSLjLfLjim E f W IHRfl il ? Set your plants with the Bemis Tobacco Planter your plants will grow better and make better tobacco and wiil ripen from twb'to1 three week's earlier. For Sale by. VvVJv ROMANS. .'vf Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday May 21, 1914. The City Council has ordered publishor catarrh causing dull headaches or an itching ed the names of those persons who owe for 15 years and burning sensation in the nostrils, the city taxes for 1912 and 1913 and if The Standard Skin Remedy surely try Hyomei. It gives quick, ef- same is not paid by the regular meetfective and permanent relief or money ing night in June, parties owing will refunded bv R. E. McRoberts. It goes either be sued or property will be sold right to the spot you feel betterinfive to satisfy the unpaid taxed. The folBf lowing is a list of those who are indebtminutes. "The Imerial Sire" "Mark Field." No roundabout method of stomach ed to the city and the amounts: The Guaranteed Remedy 1912 "Most prolific prize winning sire in America" dosing with Hyomei you breath it. R. E. Mcrtoberts $10 50 This health-givin- g medication goes di- Miss Rella Arnold Kriim. 1 98 rectly to the inflamed membranes, all Joe Francis JUIKSUN. Jno. Francis 2 82 irritation and congestion is quickly re "The Facts and Figures prove an unparalleled 4 28 A. Jones Mrs. Bertha Lane spent Saturday lieved, the delicate tissues healed and J. 2 41 Dr. Pontius vitalized. night with her aunt. 24 25 Hyomei should be in every household. Mrs. Chairs Walters "The greateet sire of the greatest colts of to- Mr. and Mrs. M. Murphy was with 1913 Druggists everywhere sell it. Ask her parents Sunday. day" Maddox. 35 50 for the complete outfit $1.00 size. Anderson Heirs Mr. and Mrs. Kirt Naylor visited 10 88 Miss Rella Arnold Mrs. Nannie Ray, Sunday. 4 22 Dr. Wm. Burnett FONSO. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sanders visited 2 25 Joe Francis friends near Lancaster, Sunday. 4 25 Jno. Francis Champion Show Stallion at a three year old. Mr W W Brown is quite ill at this T. M Howard 4 88 Mr. and Ike Naylor spent Sunday writing. 13 Sire of twenty six prize winners in one year. 7 Lancaseer Hospital evening with Mr. J. D, Naylor and He family. Miss Dora Scott is in Danville with II. T. Logan 03 38 served 112 mares last season. His get always in de1 88 Kate P. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark were the her sister and cousin for a stay. G 00 mand. Season fee same as heretofore for a guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Henderson at- - Mrs, W. M. Mahan Sunday. 5 10 live colt. tended the Street Fair Friday evening Dr. Pursley 20 07 J. P. Prather Mr. Clay Simpson was kicked by a in Lancaster. We can farm a few more mares now." 6 io muie last Wednesday and broke his Miss Mary Barr has returned home Airs. c. u. iouu jaw bone. 26 25 Mrs. Chairs Walters Write, wire or visit us. Yc.ir patronage appreciated. after a delightful trip to the K. E. I. 11 40 John Walters Mr. and Mrs. John Doolin, Mr. and in Louisville. 2 10 T. K. Watson Mrs. Harry Eason spent Sunday with Mrs. It. W. Palmer has returned L. E. Herron, city Tax Collector. Mrs. Edd Eason. home after a delightful visit to her 9 sisters in Boyle Co. MI-o-n- a For All Mr. K. Lackey who has been visiting BURGIK, KENTUCKY . GLENWORTH FARMS. Bad Stomachs his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lackey If you are not able to digest your has returned to Kansas City, Mo. . . ... . w...ij JmMrc.OTEn r Miss Eva Scott is in Stanford with food; if jou lack an appetite; if your stomach is sour, gassv, unset: vour her sister who has been quite ill for GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT, tongue coated; if your head aches and some time but isxnuch improved at this Plaintiffs, Henry Owens, et al, you are dizzj; if you have heartburn writing. vs and pains in your colon or bowels, why Misses Nancy and Nellie Scott of ft .ST-I tA. Defendants, suffer needlessly? upper Garrard were in Lancaster the Ed Owens, et al, ?sr and Buy now today from R. E. Mc- latter part of the week visiting their Plaintiff, g Roberts a fifty cent box of cousins, Misses. Jennie and Nellie Cox W. H. Harris, vs the one place you vnil most emov a vacation Stomach Tablets. Take them legularly and attended the street fair. on and see how quickly you get relief. for rest or recreation. We have not the space Defendant. Jeff Moore, There is no more effective remedy for here to tell of the glories of the western North Pursuant to a judgment rendered at stomach ills than It streng- STRAIGHTFORWARD the March Term, 1914, the undersigned Carolina mountains. thens and builds up suiely and safely Commissioner will sell at public auction Lanthe digestive organs, soothes the irTESTIMONY. before the Court11House Door in caster, Ky., at o'clock A. M. or ritated membrane and increases the thereabouts, on (low of the digestive juices. Your Mauy Lancaster Citizens Have Profited MONDAY, MAY 25, 1914. ;OLF whole system is benefited and you beHUNTING TENNIS By It. being the first day of the Garrard it come well and strong MOUNTAIN CLIMBING County Court Term, the real estate is different from other digesIf you have backache, urinary troub- mentioned in the pleadings and desRIDING MOTORING DRIVING Money back if not les, days of dizziness, headaches or cribed as follows: Same being a house tive remedies. satisfied. Garrard nervousness, strike at the seat of the in the city of Lancaster, being trouble. These are often the symptoms County, Ky., two lots, the first Baker part of the lot sold to Madison Hendersonville, Waynesville. Hot Springs, Tyron, of weak kidnejs and there is grave by the Trustees of the Lancaster Brv-r1Saluda, Flat Rock danger in delay. Doan's Kidney Pills cemetery and part of the Dophny lot and bounded as follows: Beginning at are especially prepared for kidney aiend of thence lmentsare endorsed by over 30,000 the Northeast thence asaid lot; line to straight West 40 feet; people. Your neighbors recommend the railroad; thence with the railroad REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE OF this remedy have proved its merit in to the Southeast corner of the Dophny many tests. Lancaster readers should lot; thence with tha Eastern line theretake fresh courage in the straightfor- of to the beginning. The deed to which 5, 1809, and recorded in PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH ward testimony of a Lancaster citizen. is dated March Deed Book Y page 119,Garrard County For further information see local agent, or addreia. W. M. Zanone. Campbell and Crab Clerk's office. The second lot is in the B. H. Todd, D. P. A. Louisville, Ky. Orchard Sts., Lancaster Ky., says; said town of Lancaster. Kv.. on Buford "My kidneys weie disordered and the street adjoining the before mentioned on by Bu-kidney secretions were irregular in lot and boundedthe the North Gregory1 East by ford street, on passage and contained sediment. I had lot, the L. & N. Railroad track; on thei pains in my back and sides and when I West by Maggie Burdett property, and stooped, I had difficulty in straighten- the same property conveyed by T. B. ! Robinson as ing. Finally, I used Doan's Kidney Ky., by deedsheriff of Garrard County, A to Jeffery Moors of rePill and they relieved me." cord in Deed Book no. 10. page 289, ... ir i... : . . Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim- r vjarraiu uuuuy vieirw a uutitr. Our facilities for doing fhst-clas- s The purpose of this sale is to divide Doan's ply ask for a kidney remedy-ge- t work are unsui passed. Our establish- Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Zanone the proceeds received from the sale of i the property among the parties enti-ment is equipped with the best and had. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Props, Buf- tlpd rn rpi'five- tlio Rame.. nttr nnvinrr t r jr most modern appliances for doing all falo, N. Y the costs and the debts adjudged kinds of Cleaning, and Pressing against the interest of certain parties everv department is herein. TERMS. FOR YOUR DEN Operated By Experts The sale will be made on a credit of Have you tried the Ford cure? College Petiauti J six months and the purchaser will be who thoroughly understand the busirequired to For that shut-i- n feeling for that ness. Every garment that leaves our Yale and Harvard, each 9 in. x 24 in. security for execute bond with approved the purchase price, due in shop is absolutely Clean and Spotless. 6 months after date bearing interest at roaming urge for that tug for the Michigan Cornell, Princeton, G perct. per annum from date until paid Satisfaction guaranteed. Pi ices reasonsaid bond having the force and effect conntry-sid- e able. Come in and see u. there's nothing like Each 7 in. x 21 in. of a judgment upon which execution a day of Ford freedom. And its All best quality felt with felt head- may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, ing, streamers, letters and mascot ex- Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reservcost is well within your income. This splendid ed upon the property sold until all the ecuted in proper colors. assortment sent postpaid for 50 cents purchase money is paid. Get your Ford to-da- y. and 5 stamps to pay postage. Send now. W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C, LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. HOWARD SPECIALTY COMPANY II. C. Kauffman, Attr.rney. Five hundred dollars is the jirioe of the Ford runDayton Ohio. Phone 230. Cap't Am Bourne, Auctioneer. about ;the touring carisfive fifty; the town; car seven fifty--- f. o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from For Sale At a Bargain. D. D. D. Instant Relief Skin Troubles Head Stuffed up? Hyomei Gives Instant Relief. SALE FOR TAXES. WHAT OTHERS SAY OF If suffering from a cold BOHEMIAN KING 2410 record"Ghronicle. Cadillac Touring Car. Splendid repair and fully equipped. READ THE SHOW RECORDS. $50.00 , 18160 Commissioner Sale Of Land. Becker, PHONE 27. ' .'nuisbruuz- ,'" D& lard & Co BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. c A p; L E IN THE THE SKY Mi-o-- cross-petitio- jgfj& -(f!-wp r'uansdrid QurificdiiSjJ'vik S ' L : ' ' "T - Uv.fc". -- ,$W - ZS ' t- - -- " ''' -"! :. X-&- iiMM '?W i'jg - .& & WE IN THE OPEN : : . 'j Mi-o-- OTHER NOTED RESORTS . MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS SOUTHERN RAILWAY ' J? V Rigorously good and keenly I Great Industry I aehcious. Thirst -- quenching r. and refreshing. 1 The national beverage and vorr.e?. , Demand laa genjiac by fall encourage nsnie-Nickai- SZ t i 5 5 i'ii THE Yvhcneter ou see of Coca-Col- a. COCA-COL- COMPANY T 'fk ;i Atlia, !. ygZgggg&& 'jT !! 'II Arrow think Bk-- .' Ctrsri Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co I i i!pf b The Madison Garage, Incorporated. Diaw 11 Check Richmond, Kv; Or Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. for the money you ov e and lote how much more res- pectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & f4!njiT51DE JED PAgfi m : WHITE 'y'tofwww.iif.tjgfifigs "" ...Ti' T -- tUHM.(i?nf 5'ivii' JiJiSJTSJ'&i&AX ; ty-- .i'UJ Cre"3 '1 Kji.-S- til rTi !? i? XfaRiniaKt!lu Yi&'v Wi) ?A HiJS $ rss v.vvr'viiGgSBs-- - - c. g f Trust Co. -- 8 They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not Jarge. 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Keeps your house bright and attractive and enhances its value. 1 S Kim. Diticiii Bilk .$1.50. $2.00 up, test. Prints Si!) $2.50, $3.00 up. Capital $50,000. A. R 3ENMY, President Surplus $30,000. Vice There's a Pee Gee Finish For Every Purpose J. E. STORMES, R. T Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. Pres't. Book-Keepe- S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. Gill, i J Safety Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. "Homes, and How to Paint Them," also color card of 45 color combinations. Ask us for other booklets and color Pee Gee Finishes, or cards of write direct to Peaslee-Ganllert Beautifully FREE illustrated book. I 5S Adamant; Floor Paint, Creostain, lor Roofs; Pee Gee Barn Paint, Pee Gee Porch Paint, Pee Gee Carriage, Implement, and Wagon Paint, forrellnishing woodwork; and other popular Pee Gee Finishes. I SS OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palm. Court, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room 'Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. For Sale by YOUR BUSINESS. S5 1 s Co.,Lonii7Uie,Ky. IKCOOPOEATED. R. E. McRoberts. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. $ CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. J The Central Record, Thursday May 2 Sick Headache. Chamberlain's LinimeuL 1 1914. "Bee Dee" on the label means REAL VALUE inside the package, and RESULTS and SATISFACTION after the contents have been used. Always ask for "Bee Dee" when you buy a stock or poultry remedy. "Bee Dee" remedies are prepared from pure, medicinal ingredients, in a scientific way, and are genuine medicines that you can depend on. Page 3 What "Bee Dee" Means Alter using the Bee Dee Remedies genera! tor sometime. v.e take pleasure in saying that they are giving entire satisfaction, and we cheerfully recommend them. AlcMdlen Stock Farm. Waco. Texas. Too can get them Children Cry for Fletcher's 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. ixvxWsswcccccSNCCCCCCCSSSS3SSCSSNfc&NC!S The- - Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. v f AUTO" of measles. " 1I"aJ Mrs. W. M. Duvall was quite sick coe. At JLll Druggistw. Jfru uapl TIRES. Ttm ud dnrnlv mt a iqvMt. Sunday. last BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. 342 Eat Wain Stt Ltxlngton, Ky. Miss Mayme Holtzclaw visited Mrs. Guaranteed Miles T. W. Naylor. Castoria is a harmless snbstituto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. Service. is pleasant. Miss Wadie May Thompson has been contains neither Opium, Morphine nor otlicr Narcotic sick of measles. These tires bear the greatest known destroys "Worms substance. Its ago is its guarantee. Mr. J. J. Thompson, who has been mileage guarantee, yet are sold at a and allays Fcvcri.shncss. For more than thirty years it price even less than tires ot ordinary has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, vuite sick, is much better. Flatulency, AVind Colic, all Teething Troubles and This guarantee covers guarantee. Miss Jean McKechnie is troubled Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, and general wear. punctures, blow-out- s with poison oak in her eye. assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Guarantee covers 7,500 miles service The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Mr. W. P. White went to Crab against abuse. These tires are intenOrchard Saturday afternoon. ded for most severe service. The subscription school taught by Orders have been received for these Prof. Johnson will close Friday. tires for use in United States Govern) Bears the Signature of There were services at the Baptist ment Service. As a SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY church Sunday and Sunday night. Mrs. Elizabeth Barker, of Crab offer, we will allow the following prices Orchard, is visiting Mrs. John Naylor. for the next ten days. TIRES-TUB- ES Miss Fanny Thompson, of Crab Tire Tube Orchard, was a guest of the Misses $ 2.00 28x3 $ 9.20 McAlister. 10.25 2.30 30x3 The children of Mr. and Mrs. John 13.50 30x3 2.80 Kennedy have about recovered from 32x3j 14.05 3.00 the measles. 15.25 3.20 34x3 Kind You Hotel Henry Watterson Mr. Walter Miller and sister, Miss 17.00 3.25 31x4 THE CCNXAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY, Lizzie Miller visited their sistsr Mrs. 18.00 3.30 32x4 LOUISVILLE. KY. T. W. Naylor. 19.50 3.40 33x4 The South' mrt popular priced, modem 3.60 34x4 20.40 Miss Mary Pettus, who finished a hotel. Absolutely situated in the 21.00 3.80 35x4 term of school at Worley, Ky., has very heart of the retail .hopping district and ' returned home. 22.00 3.90 near all the theatres. 36x4 & Finest Cafe in LouUtiIU, with moderate 5.00 26.00 35x4J Mesdames Ona Naylor and Wm. prices. 27.00 5.10 36x4J Club Breakfast from 25c up; noon day Dyehouse visited Mrs. William Shaw Lunch 50c; table de hote Dinner. 6 to 8 p. 5.15 27.50 37x4J at Crab Orchard. m. $ .00. Also elaborate a la carte service 32.60 5.40 37x5 in Restaurant. Prof. Lovell, of Crab Orchard, and Rathskeller open from 4 p. m. to I a. m. Non-Ski20 per All other sizes. Orchestral and vocal music Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Holtzclaw attend cent extra. 5 per cent discount if payed church here Sunday. ROOM PRICES ment in full accompanied order and if Mr. and Mrs. Logan Thompson and two are so ordered, shipping charges With running water and family visited her father, Mr. Wm. will be paid by us. C. 0. D. on 15 pet private toilet SI per day Sprinkles at Shelby City. With private bath $1.50 cent of amount of order. Our output up to $3.00 par day Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cummins and is limited, so we suggest early orderLarge (ample rooms family attended the street fair at Lan ing. We sell direct only, giving purwith private bath $2.50 caster on Saturday afternoon. chaser the advantage of all middlemen's to $3.50 per day. The aged Mrs. Silas Anderson has profits. You are cordi.lly invited to mate Ms RELINERS. been quite ill at the home of her hoteryour headquarters while in Louisville even if only for a day. Have your mai'l daughter. Mrs. M. F. Lawrence. Use our famous reliners, they elimand packages addressed here. You will Misses Jennie Ray and Lucile Thomp- inate blow outs and 90 per cent of always be a welcome guest. ROBERT B. JONES. Manager. son visited Mrs. Hayden Leavell at punctures besides giving many thousLancaster and attended the street fair and more miles service to each tire. When in your tires you ride without Saturday. Mr. John M. Carpenter is here the worry of tire troubles. $1.95 guest of hi3 brother, Mr. S. D. Carpen- For all 3 inch tires your new car in our garage. $2.20 ter and sister Mrs. W. H. Cummins. For all 3i inch tires KEEP are low. Service ia tne He $2.60 I have Boone County White is en route home to Red Rock, For all 4 inch tires best $2.75 and Red Cob CORN from the Okla., he has spent the winter at his For all 4i inch tires You can rest assured that we will $2.90 For all 5 inch tires crops of 1912, also Reids Yelranch in Florida. take the very best care of your auto. $3.00 For all 5 J inch tires. low Dent crop of 1913 which by The four legged chicken exhibited We give lessons to beginners. We TIRE FACTORY has been carefully hand picked keep cars so that they are always Menefee Elmore & Sons, has gone the as well as all other farm Seeds. Dayton, Ohio ready to run. We take trouble off way of the world We hoped the firm Write for samples and prices. could have perfected a strain of chickyour shoulders. HAMMA.CK Garage is fireproof, finely equipped ens from this one which would always W. BUSH NELSON, per furnish four juicy drumsticks and open at all hours. Lexington, Ky. chicken. Miss Celia Pointer is very sick at Mr. D. M. Anderson had the misfor this writing. tune to run his automobile off an emMr. and Mrs. Tom Hurt visited at R. bankment four feet high last Saturday. F. Parsons Sunday. is as as The machine sustained a bent axle and Mrs. Jennie Black, of color, is seri minor injuries. The occupants escaped ously ill at this writing. without injury. The accident occurred Misses Nellie Beazley and Sarah E. It has the only real continuous in sight of home. autos. saves L. Hammack visited the Misses Ross K falW door opening. A large crowd attended the meeting Sunday. Hoops made of tested steel. of the School Improvement League We have a special invitation to the Hoops can be adjusted from ladFriday evening. A nice program was homecoming in Greenfield 111. Aug 18, der front door frame. rendered. A feature of the occasion 19 Doors made of California Red. and 20th. was the debate between Prof3. Johnson wood. "The Wood Eternal." Misses Sarah Reid and Faye Tudor The location of our factory gives us and Hutchins on woman suffrages and Mrs. Woods Tudor called at Ham-mac- k lowest freight from mills to factory, and from facJohnson winning for the affirmative. tory to you. Get a bettor Sth and Save money by a short while Saturday. writing us for catalog and prices. The play, "The Ladies' Masonic LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. Misses Mary and Lavinia Ross and Lodge" will be given by local talent (Incorporated) lOUISYIUE IT. Saturday night, May 23, commencing Nellie Beazley attended the Street MLSUtlofl F. Saturday evening. 8 o'clock. The lodge is organized Fair at Lancaster at Mr. Thomas Tankersley of String after the ladies heard their husbands talk in their sleep. This is a mighty town was struck by lightning last week funny play and you certainly will miss and killed. He Ieave3 a wife and two a treat if you stay away. The "cast" children to mourn his loss. of characters personified by ladies are: I3 "Angel Cake, Master; Sister Gossip, S. W.; Sister Busybody, Jr. Warden; Sister Backbite, Jr. Deacon; Sister They interlock and overlap in such a way that the hardest drivRoyal Pincushion, S. D.; Sister ing rain or sifting snow cannot possibly pet under them. Member; Sister Thankful, Tyler; Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE Besides this they last indefinitely, and never need repairs. Sister Royal Peekaboo, Sec'y: Sambo, down a chick's throat cures Another point They're very reasonable in first cost. You can gapes, A few drops In the Mrs. Jay McGee.of Steph-envillearn all about them from Newsboy; Mrs. Padlock and Mrs. drinking water cures ana prevents cholera, diarrhoea Texas, writes: "For A Ipecac, two candidates who take 1st, Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company. and otherchlck disease". One nine (9) years, I suffered with 2nd and 3rd degrees of Blue Lodge No. 50c bottle makes 12 cations of 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. medicine At all druggists. womanly trouble. I had ter1 of Free and Accepted Masons Sample and booklet on "Disrible headaches, and pains in eases of Fowls" sent FREE. Admission, adults 25 cts. children under Bourbon Remedy Co. Islington, Ij my back, etc. It seemed as if 12 years, 15 cts. Proceeds to go to At 1 would die, I suffered so. our Consolidated School. last, I decided to try Cardui, the woman's tonic, and it London "Tango" Necklace helned me riBht away. The full treatment not only helped "Evelyn Thaw" Bracelet me, but it cured me." These two beautiful pieces of popular TAKE jewelry are the craze among society women in New York and the largest cities.'.Thev are neat and elegant gold 1 llllll nasal Itililsal finished articles that will gladen the The Silo That of every girl or woman, no matheart Gives ter how younE or old. Very stylish and "NON-PUNCTUR- Kind You Have Always Bought, and vrlxlch has been. ia use lor over u years, lias borne the signature or . and lias been made under his per sonal supervision since Its infancy. Allow no one to deceive von in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-goo- d " are but Experiments that triflu with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment PKEACHKItNVlMiK. Mrs. H. G. posed. Cum-nin- This preparation is intended especially for rheumatism, lame back, sprains and like ailments. It is a favorite with people who are well acquainted with Mrs. Charles its splendid qualities. Tanner, Wabash,, Ind,, says of it, "I have found Chamberlain's Liniment the best thing for lame back and sprains I have ever used. It works like a charm and relieves pain and soreness It has been used by others of my family as well as myself for upwards of twenty years." 25 and 50 cent bottles. For sale by all dealers. m Victor Bopert Co. Leading Manufacturing Jewelers & Importers 133-13- 5 West Main St. -:- Lexington, - Kentucky. New York, Brussels, Belguim. Bee Dee Bee Dee Healing Powder STOCK 6 POULTRY MEDICINE T TWTfcf VWT TVTD Bee Dee Colic Remedy your dealer's. at P B6 s has been indis- PREMIER E Little Elsie Hutchins has been sick Onlcklr relferM Tthi.iiifi.it lam- - flir Mn- ! J Kn salvia Rsalr . alis&Inf.. Yonr Anr hirir lluilhk frt r- If It fatls lie' in mi icni map.m.nw n&rz nr mi Doar wwca minuifi SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION What is CASTORIA It It CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday. May 24-th- . 7,500 It $1.50 IHl!ffl!$i Round Trip Trip Round SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. C&a&y cucJUtte The In Use For Over 30 Years Have Always Bought International Harvester Manure Spreaders f; I Wf 1 TTHf TbelHCLinc CRAW AND HAT MACHINES SS E Haadan. Hswcrs kakas. Sucktrs Hay Laadtrs Har Prsssts C0XN MACHINES Plaatsrs. Pkksrs Biaaars. Caltrfatara EasQagt Cattsrs SaaDsrs, SsTxHers TIIXACE Kaasrs. Rtapsrs nure spreaders have a score of good features in their construction. Each one is the result of careful field experiment. yet it has plenty of clearance underneath. The rear axle is well under the load, rear wheels have wido An I H C spreader is low enough for easy loading, INTERNATIONAL Harvester ma-- - Have You Bought A New Car? Par. Sanaf-TsataaJDak Hatrm Callint.n Oil SEED CORN Maaara Saraaatra Craaai Ssaaraten Fana Vagsaa Hstar Track Tarsal ar CrasaDrsaa FaaJCrsaaara aal Gas Eaiias 00 Tractors C1NI1UL LINE aWarTvaaa UfaCnaatn lugs, insuring good traction unrims and der all conditions. Frame, wheels, and all driving parts are of steel. Apron tension is adjusted by a simple device. Winding of the beater is prevented by large diameter, and beater teeth are strong, square and International manure spreaders are built in several style, and sizee, low or high, endless or return apron, for small farms or large. Examination will show stnrdinecs of construction in every detail. Repairs, if ever needed, may always be had of the local dealer. Examine International spreaders at the dealer's. We will tell you who sells them, and we will send you interesting catalogues. chisel-pointed. bternatioial Hurester Ccmpaiy of America New Albany OaBfM. liacsrscratasU Ind. IHvtmliM Oaftana Daraf BtcCaraick Plua This one. well a public a private garage, We take the greatest care of private This you trouble. OUR BEST POSTTVELY THE BIGGEST VALUE OF STANDARD PUBLICATION OFFER EVER OFFERED Not Good After May, y METAL SHINGLES Are Stormproof iTpwKTJ le, 23, 1914 Blue-bloo- d, "Cured" H LESS THAN HALF y, FRIGE. $1.00 monthly W&lk FREE year TheoCentral Record-o- ne year The Weekly Enquirer-o- ne one year Farm and Fireside, Household Journal and Floral Life, Poultry Husbandry, monthly Magazine; monthly To-Day's 1.00 .50 .25 Regular value Our Special Bargain .50 .50 $3.75 Cardui iilHii IIIIIIIIMMlll Price For All, One Year attractive. Our Free Offer. We are advertising Spearmint Chewing Gum and desire to place a big box of this fine, healthful 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 ship a big box of 20 regular 5c packages of the Spearmint Gum and include the elegant, "Tango" necklace and "Evelyn Thaw" bracelet absolutely free. This offer is for a short time only. Not more than 2 orders to one party. Dealers not allowed to accept this. The Woman's Tonic Cardui helps women in time of greatest need, because it contains ingredients which act specifically, yet gently, on the weakened womanly organs. So, if you feel discouraged, unable to blue, do your household work, on account of your condition, stop worrying and give Cardui a trial. It has helped thousands of women, why not you? -- 71 Try Cardui. HtHH EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build ce ment Silos 12, 14 and 16 feet in diameter, We have had many experienany height. ces in this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., if you need cement work of any kind. liittfii that KJ v'Ui: ln9 Satisfaction Has the famous doors swing on hinges convenient to oper- ,ate keeps silage per- ajg&fectly, winter and SUIMIMCl. ONLY $1.70. well-known Write for our offer and Silo Book Mailed Free Also eet offer on the Lansing the light running SUberxaka "We consider this the biggest and best bargain we have ever been Our own publication heads the list. The able to offer our readers. to need a other FIVE have millions of readers and are too further introduction. Silo and Silage Carter. You must act quickly as our agreement with the publisher pires May; 23. 1914. Iactnnte4 Subscribe Now- - Today. -- ex- Southern Silo Co. Lexington. Kentucky PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. UNITED SALES CO, Dayton Ohio. P. O. Box 101 The Central Record 'Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday May 2 i , 1914 s flr L WH L We have 1 18Th fl W H Season IP -- I 8 -- T just received a large shipment of fresh lrraagw Lime 103 r v sii I x qB a Rli ?' U1MI9 m 2? Brick $ $ Ji and SJBH Wail M PR CI d J hra Our Prices are as low as THE BEST MATERIAL can be sold. TT&fr. 3 r B In rrqipn vM i "J ... jm I ).a al W A MUniiifc. B Kl tA fir ii mO0 aMsax&r I 3tT tyn 40,? fiyC3.H g2 Iy 8 v. Sp 3 57i zsjsb "T13 C32p" satii tL -- d8e JfL, ttJL sk, 6wi m iriSra EanciS IW? "The Reliable Furnishers of Building Material." fc3S3SfcSBaiSSfc33ftSS&S3ffifc3SfeSH! Si!SSIi3Sfc THE CENTRAL feCGRD incorporated. Issued Wekkla. $1.00 a veak. XEROSES OF LANCASTER'S SPLENDID In J. X "Lartijat n r". ROBINSON. Edhok. L. LLKIN. Business i.iv IV-- Manager. K : cetm.l-- c Oflire in I.aneii.H r. ism Mull Matter real estate of the county ami town. Our people have come to a realization of this fact and they are Riving their unstinted approval and their best efforts to the upbuilding of this splendid institution, every year sees some very mateiial improvement, until it has come to be known as one of the best institutions of its kind in the- state, SCHOOL Well may we feel proud of it. , BSlSl!lteiSSS55a3SSS A JnAl vLLS Ji Phone 26. "sLftJ SiwO Lj - L 53 LINCOLN I llti RELIC training school in. till it OF HULL nm hw iiillYli AND FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS. Preparations are being made for a School for Sunday School workers to he held in Lexington. K , June 191 under the auspices of the Kentucky Cluisthin Bible Sc'ioui Association to which the Dwcipies ot Christ throughout the State are Icoki ' forward as one of their most important religious events of the year. Courses will be offered in Bible Study, Religious I'edairoirv. Child Stink-- . Knmluv Srhnnl Administration. Mission and Social Service by a strong faculty composed of four college protestors and as many A Suudav School snecialists. feature of the program will be three simultane-- , ous departmental sections under corn petent supervision giving training in the special work of the Elementary, Secondary and Adult Divisions. The morning of each day will be devoted to class work, the afternoon to study. conference and recreation, and the evening to special lectures and the defiartmental sections The factultv as announced by th, iv,., u'ultui- - P frazee of Louisville, who as State Superintendent of the Kentucky Christian Bible School Asso- . ; ,.,.,,; .ipfrjis f "chool "as folfow s the HOIST ABE'S" IRONY Trairing 11-1- WIT. Member Kentucky Press Association Progress This Week. Grad- exer- - Mid i Mrs John M. Frazee of South Mar-- , ed School, is having its closing a relic ket street, this city, cises this week, and the splendid atten-denc- e 21, 1914. and a tangible reminder of the only at every entertainment gi'es SPLENDID FARM AT striking evidence of the esteem in which 'Great Commoner" the Western Hem- Li- Rate? For Political Announcements ti,js institution is held by the patrons, PUB1 IC SALE isp"L're ever coin. Fcr Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.90 and shows conclusively that they are The splendid farm of Cap't T. A. xj,e rei;c ;s a sln:i visiting card up- 10.00 well satislied with the results obtained or County OHices la.OO liom the years work. Upon every Elkin will be offered for sale to the on vwhicli is written in Lincoln's own For State, and District OHices .10 hand you hear praise for Prof. Cancer highest Mduer on June :itn. ine tarrn characteristic hand and with his "A. f'or Calls, per line .10 for the high standard which he has at- - comprises 250 acres and is one of the Lincoln" signature, the following words For C,ards, per line . i. "Judge Samul Lusk is the most tained for the school, and words of best situated anil best improved larms For all publications in the intergratification that he has been retained in Garraid county, any one desiring a1 friend we have in est of individuals or expresKentucky and I particularly wish for another year. Nor is this exclusive- - good farm and desirable home will do sion of individual views, per ' the Secretary of War to give him a .10 ly for the Principal, his splendid corps well to be present and bidjin this place. line... hearing. A. LINCOLN. .05 of assistants coming in for their well Obituaries, per line merited share, in fact the community "Dec 17, 1SG2." W IKIflX IlilllMii I,bpiirtik- - pnnnr:itiil:tp itself iinnn hnv- - sj x is uiiiiL isvrinu Judge Lusk, Mrs. Frazee's father was The passing of Hon. John . C. C. n wnat th c01lsuler the beat schooI S F 1 F R F ll fl M h fiF a re!,,(lent ol Garrard County.a stau nch - .... . . ,. ,., , arcn.iecu.re Mavo before he had crossed the meni ...... uu,u"u Republican and close friend of Lincoln. .Vi.f- , , aim equipment, anu tne uesi corps ui "' v "ic wuunucu tie nau gone on to wasinngton in uie .' "- - "- r. '""" ""-teachers ot any town of its size in cen- - cool weatner. cut worms are doing con- - vory thickest of the Civil War to Mayo was a Striking illustration trai Kentucky. e i siderable damage to eHrlvcnrn: farmers i i.: i.:, . c,-,- ,. . ." . of what. nerseverence. energy and grit Snminv mnmin.r in tlu fin b nut uie; :n :' .large number ot. mules and, teed itir-- 1 i:iuii :iu iimiiv wsra .u .1 ,i. ' illdofor- a man. Born away up School Auditorium the Baccalaureate all probabilitj be compelled to replant nLshed the Union Armv Of course Mr. owmuuwasjjreacueuujfur.d.ii.iiuj. meir enure crops, inepe.sts are not Lincoln was a very busy man at that wh ? ti,lui'.P,nfiucfir rF V?.. ..?,! - amemoeroiuie iacuity oi ueorge- - conlimng their operations to corn alone tj nmii; ii".-- .u.i.....o tui.,oay were ,, ,, me and when Judge Lusk presented Ssrv-li..-'. ' nm . , iimuni in l.ciii,i. In tlui eany i.e town College, and it was given up to but are committing considerable damage exiremeiy ' himself and , told him his errand , to,,. College of Missions Indianapolis, Iml. ,. ... , . earli sought such education as the have been one the most brilliant dis- - to hemp and other crops wasmngton he nurneuiy gave mm me Instiuctor in .Missions :.nd Social Ser- schools of Ins locality allorded mm, courses ever heard in Lancaster. card mentioned above. vice. having in view the idea of becoming a There are fourteen) oung ladies and Mrs Fr:i7.tH nrizes the relic vrv FARML- Jliool teacher, lie reached tne goal gentlemen, to receive diplomas, as fol-si of Philosophy highly and keeps it in the same frame . - 'Hiram College, but called to The vis early ambition, and with the )oWh: Misses Patsy Kinnaird, Bonne e large size with a very excellent small means accruing from his vocation Mar, Patsy Anderson. Eliza Todd, " He Bible, Lexington. Special picture of the martyred President and he began the foundation of what is Marie Ballard, Elizabeth Collier, and L'c lel" it occupies a conspicuous place in the probably the largest individual fortune iary Eliza Holtzclaw andEmma Walker BoWtl"1 rofessor ot Religious While shearing mules Mr. John ' ' library knew the am Messrs Ector Lawson, Robert Euu"-;!- ' " the Bible Cohege, Lex- -, ii the state. He probably Prewitt, who resides near Marksbury It may be added also that Judge ,... , ,...., value of the resources of lillson Jr Carl Act011- - Lucian Grant, ...ic ....;nf..ti.. ;;.,...! i... n.. ..r ,i... . in Religious K' I"-ucto- r UJ uiic ui n"- Lusk, now long departed, came home lu.i.v i.iju.t-,heath, and foresaw the fu- - UlIly sWOjk and B. W. Givens Jr. animals becoming refractory and wedg- his native euugui. alli oure(i jnto his wife's lap $19,000 o. Miss Hazel A. Lewis Elementary ture oi tne mountain I region ..,..-..- ivc.ii.m.- - Tnlb Is tlleI,. .... ..1 class ever graduated ing him against the barn He suffered ; ,r,,nil nlI Unitoil miim.v which .. .l I. ...... ,f it f .. ... I. .. arKL.st .1 ii accuniuiateu lanu, sunn.-- ui n num iuu mtai sviiuui. KJ Superintei.dent ot the Bible School lie .,. , ..r w...- ,., two nrokell ribs and was painfully q., During the week the teachers of the bruised about the body. We are glad Depdiuueiit ot the American Christian as iOv as $1 per acre, and when he pai( to him aH ., justgve.nmeiit claim had secured what he secured a sudici- - various grades have held entertainments to say nis injuries are reported as not Missionary Society. Instructor in (K I I ede:er Mavsville ent number oi acres to iorm a uasisiur at me couege snowing tne pronciency Demg sencus liieiiieiiiaij Division and Missionary operations, he began to endeavor to .of their pupils and enabling the public Mr. John T. Henry who resides on ,le nous. enlist and interest foreign capital in to get an insight into what has been ac- - the Buckeye pike near towi received aliss lamina Peari l Euiioi his scheme of development. Just how comphshed during the school year just several scratches about his hand while suppius, Lhiisiian Each and every one of these working with his hogs and it is thought well lie succeeded is attested by the closing. BoaiU Instiuctor in runlicalluii. have had capacity that blood poison is developing fact that before he was fifty years of entertainments It is UNIQUE FLANS FOR DECO AiCoi.d-i- Division. Vv age he had amassed a fortune which houses, and the people seem to oe unit- - to be hoped that the disease can be ar-bupeliillelident J. Cli ed in the opinion that the year lias been rested and that no serious tesults will will probably amount to $50,000,000. Department ol the ol tne uiole-scnuRATING HERE CHAUTAUThough he haj won fortune, larger j a very printable one in so far as the follow, Aiii..ii..... e.iiilstlttii .tilssiuii.tij Society. Mr. Newell Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs. lllstlUci.' than is given to most men. though he children ate concerned. ill A.lUlt Division un QUA WEEK Tins Tnuraday nignt at the Auuitori Jesse C. Fox. who reside at the old had won lame, financial, political and commercial, which extended beyond um the diplomas will be presented to Henry Traj lor residence, who seriously . A ' s lOlls of tllL SOIlOvi U 111 ue held s ,.l!(llil,,(lcl,ls. l0Oiila fcl lllts tht confines ol his own stale and be- - tlle graduating class, whicll will mark injuied by a mule which he was leading. Ten Big Sfreamers lo Span the ' Ooneg. u.e ,wd.iiu. came naiiunal in its scope, ho was yet tnt closing ol the school $ ear and the The animal jerked loose from the young n m li.o.e Streets. Automobile t'nnrs A".n. holiday man and a ring in the halter stiuck Will lie e'llel tai.u'tl l.i ti.e i.jilliuulli'o the simiile. kindly mountaineer, tile beginning ol the dow Pennanls ttr llie Homes ot Hamilton culice prototype ol winch is met upon every season. Ine piesenlatioii will be made Newell in the eye inflicting a painful Thl. IS tlle tilild AllnU- -. t tne mountains oi eastern by Dr. J. L. .uc.Uurlry of Ljuisvnie, a and what may develop into a serious hog path iWI Ol . ' !. in tnis (.hiacter tieid uj m . This coinniU'iiiN Keiuuehy, linoued With tne hospilalili lormer resiuent ot Lancaster, and one injur,). The young man was nunied ill. lull. has .ti it e I'd, utauo,UM Wtek. iMvord-- 1 tver iwu .lundrtd a. a n.. for which on- - people of that section ot who 1.1... ever held in the highest le-- 1 to Louisville to consult a specialist, ... community in "llliktll III. '"JU,J ImIIIHI. i. weuare oi uie lingi. pjinsi.o1.. ieiog perlecLd at thl werernrol.ea mwt ica i !' .ng the state are lamoUs, his Wealtu never Karu r in Hi' na;nlid ami umeU--. iiv'hui i u Itei'lirtiii Chautauqua 'u ieust dialled his Wealth never which he once dwelt ane et loves so in the . Y.v. l i i.i' Clin auuuue to- - well, and there are many in Lancaster .aiS t1 U'V look the Coilipii-tlntheitast changed his .. , - whii f.,n lu.nln t.. ... hi. ....... ii, ., il. . him i..u,. mc. Alls. V. J. llug.in has teiUrned Iruui pennant steamers wnl spui the Vit- ilullle people , tnose among feci iveO 1'iti rnatlo-- ai Waid Ills 'I.OI1. anil emeu gentleman a le- - a Visit l,i sUeels. tuo vtiucii hs Lie reuotd oi i m Wilolll lie Was lealeU allU WHO Weie uitaDie '1 Inee .... .t.,i t.1111 ,i..:inir ill linn eii.in Liitr marks win oe wen worm neainiL'. small banners for ue UUtesl cl,;v Ui ailUattll ihm:: Mi. a..d ...rs. J. C Wini ams spent It will be good news to the commun aituuuj ..l.n tn Buigln. on au in; and the likf are aiso ling' ticijk.rf ui cnnsi t'ltiiai.i.m,' fjlenilbln. had made out In the big ity to know that the entire lacult liom CliauliUima town. bciOK niu4e lur ovor hioi- - luiii'.ioo mis ...iss ovinia IVci Jenkins and Master vnl ii world win i e Ills linancial opeiatloiis Caiice'-down- , t Plot. Wltn the exception ,Joiiii u.daiiei-o,.eiiaeVei.ii dajd In i'ncie will be a geiwral 9iiplv of iear. had lead mm and woo each and every ot .Miss Dr- nave been elected lor Luls,ii tor the autoa. in inaiiy cloth pt one ol Uieiii, Would gladl iuv. guvn iiiritliuc iiu . tiiLn Ii...... .li.l M"ca"u,u " ......... l'fv .in. cia. noes 1. Leaveii lias.o ieiui.,eu towns these will l.e useu fust in an iSEURlTblrOLLUtfS CWPiYbJ aE.iVLS Of then ow.. heailslnood, just as his " 101 a iosition anu win teacu uuring tne troui vci pieusaul tup mlaiita aiini"."inle l.H)ster" t i( ar.iuud the asnlngton Mayo, did, inurdei brother next school year at tier home at War- ami J.nt.soiiViiie. couatry. ' l'ainitt! Enccts if Uiiuu'.c KiidUiriuiibni that it nugiil prolong or sare the life saw Kj. In addition to .Ii Li ia.i Iou s,ieiu ..ie .VjeK-enthe splendid i i au and unique lenii.int ;inuted of this nobie man. Such was their ' faculty alieady Quickly Ruuled by KheaaiL mentioned, the School Willi Ills eluUluer, Mis. A. 1. 1 III on good paper in i.'ue and orange culois love lor him. a. bomeiset. I Hoard has secured the nf Mi.. - home hearing the words: "'hien, ,. i hum If y, m , ,.t ves an-aHis heroic smuggle to retard the coming Uach(,j Wltt 0f Nashville leni.., who Miss Marguerite Woollolk leturned aim can ,,, , thf, ,..,, sn ,. . ... to Iki home at Lexington Saturday be!, ves 111 the Kedpdth Cliautiiiiqua", attacks of Itneuiniitlsin, of the Death Aug. I won world wide at- - ..., the windows oi lls,v K,,, :i strong hold on tictAtlontohnn his death was the occasion Witt conies very highly recommehded attei spcnuing two weeks with Miss will ne lurnislud the homes seven das in advance ot the y, s ,rost ,,. .tll dlfrease is one id the ot sorrow mrougnoui tne enure state. a3 an accompished lady and bhe w, Mame Lee L5all.il d. Alls, it IC. Swope and Airs. C. C. Cuming of the Cli.iuttuipiu. The pen- hardest unown to expel but KHEUMA most poigniam gnei was in doubtleaS lenQ much to the efflclency of Uuttne in length and can nant measures two it if givtn a chance. This edstern' Kentucky, among his own peo the faculty. She was educated in Becker spent Saturday with their sisur is t n niches wide at the top. in the testimony is positive proof. as he was proud to call them, where Washington D. C, afterward spending Airs John Jotinsou at JNicuolasville. ple, alMr. and Airs. Claude Prewitt are re for ground is a typical Chautauqua tent "Last March I was so cnpptd with i his Jiwne was a household world in four years at Vanderbiit, where she in left limb I couid walk most every home, where he had accom- secured her A. B. Miss Witt comes as ceiviug congratulations on the arrival nlleil with people. The number ol pennants will be limit- scarcely at all Tried all remedies I of a chaiming little daughter Sunday. plished SQ,much good, not only for that an additional teacher. The place of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards came ed to 250 in each town. This pennant heaid of and had two physicians. entire, .community, but hundreds of Miss Dean will be filled by Miss Delia inasmuch as the Nothing did me any good until I used faniilies.liad reason to know of his Tinder, who has had considerable ex- over from Lexington Saturday for a is very appropriate which ap- UHEUMA; also used ENGLISH AIAR-HUbeneficence. He was the most noted perience in the school of the county sta witn their parents. Air. Edwards Chautauqua is an institution wort! Kentucky mountains ever and during the past year gave and NEKUAL1NE-$2.- J0 having completed his course at Smiths peals directly to the homes of a comman tljat the, splendid Business College. munity. profjucijd, and they might well feel of your medicines surely cured me. satisfaction as a member of the new Mi's. C E. Hayes, Russell, Ky. On the opening day of the ChautauMr. and Mrs. Walter Davis, Mr. and prou&pf ,hi"m, for no community, Consolidated School at Paint Lick. environ-meats, Sold by It. R McRoberts at 60 cts. a pf its surroundings or Lancaster or Garrard county never Mrs. C. M. Dean, Air. and Mrs. J H. qua, tags will be hung on the door ey.er. produced a nobler, more received more material benefit from Boner, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton, Mr. knobs of each home and also on the bottle. generous or kindly man than J. C. C. any source than they have from the and Mrs. J. C. Williams and Miss harnesses of the horses on the streets Mrs. Maiy Clark on Lancaster and Mayo,: and the.ntire state joins jn the school in Lancaster, it .has been the May me Ballard, Mr Tom Chesnut and anil on autos and bicycles. in colois and bearing Coppercreek pike, has a cutting box,; Fifty neat hats , gnet of, those; .who knew and loved him means of attracting many desirable Miss Mary Chesnut attend the Knight best over the passing of one pf, our very, citizens.to our town and county, and Templar Reception at Danville last the Words, "Redpath Chautauqua," mowing machine and hay rake for sale wilt also be given away as advertising. cheap. All in good repair. has greatly enhanced the value of the Thursday night. best citizens. Peace to his ashes. Lancaster, Ky., May es l)0;;i5'-l--AI,r,!lli"n t i Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster's pride, her splendid Union Sunday School Contention of liryantsville Magisterial Distiict will be held at the .Methodist church Sunday at 3 o'clock. The public is cordiailv in ited FRIENDSHIP COMBINED. 1 .... i ' 'iron-necke- d' "Ah, Fine! ...... ' It's Done , ' Just Right!" a'. mv.fKt,.Ckv'fi - ... "V'7 ''"B.Poi ,.,-.- it'c iuuuuij. ; meats for roast in? make FIIDI for us. They cook just Their SAVORY TASTE right. and TEN'DEI! QUALITY make them SDITLY DELICIOUS when they come hot from the oven to the tabic. Beef, lamb, pork, mutton, etc., all of the CHOICEST CUTS at LOWER TRICES than anywhere else. Let us PROVE this. OTJ1J col-M- - Davidson & Doty. $ TP a ft 1.7 s j ... , of PULAR ' ""ddy-Protess- old-tim- ERS INJURED. - le e i ii is rail u ar II Plilllirl so & PIS PWWFWPlPvFlS'iKWwW WylSjWBPlWWWWa'iSW'CTPWife a fi m Skb ilr tiil R?.P JrXS r? SI IE S II H Pl fifoi fl a W';5 H ir,- jr - L, ft9 ? 1 R Wfc i I j jj H di. U W tili vi;fe vr Ms a s H hMJ s?M ilM fcali ' 3 ,t HSi d & - ")"' I . ,,! i. f 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 2 I GALA ATT1R Alaus-Associa- te tiioie-schou- Gallon j j 1 ' ,,,.,, ' ,. ' 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, i j te i. 1 "-".- - Kiue Grass Dairy & Ice Co u&&&F2a 2cS-it:j- -s l fii.tCft!lX(X) He Knows A Good Thing that husband of yours. When he sees ou using While Swan Flour be sure that he expects some fine bread, bis cuits or cake. ((()( 8 u fi d :r s , , m i E He's right too. WHITE SWAN FLOUR Try a sack and show him makes the finest of such things. that you are as good a baker as his mother ever was. m I Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills i 1 The Central Record, Thursday May 21, 1914. OLIVER AND JOHN DEERE j Page 5 School. Mr. Tinder spoke with men earnestness that not a word ieemfd to Miss Bird Perkins is the proud owner be lost by a person in the vast hudience. of a fine pony. The church was beautifully Messrs Martin and Thomas Napier, with pjtted plants and spring (lowers of Paris, are visiting Mr. Wm Napier. and special mtiMo of arj appropriate Miss Polly Reynolds, of Stanford is nature w.ts rendered by the. we.II train visiting Misses Maud ami Nellie Gooch. ed choir. One very eiijoval.V ff.alurj iOl" tl e erv',.f wj-- the vkviI ten Messrs Shirley Cover and Boyle Vas dered by Mr Ragrtn ot I.f iiigton. Singleton each bought a verv line buggy this week. M :.- - ...nw . jT' Tl:... c?:.ij-- .. .1 ... -- "-' "" and his family are iiuito uneasy about 1 YOUUFINbll IN MISIOUIMN. s Disc and Shavsl Cultivators. Strong, Light Draft and Easy to Operate. Gossip About g vv I See That JGi DCERE BINDER before you buy Lightest draft and most durable binder built. J . E. Mount, Son 8q Co. F HERFS us: I3C 3F IE 2Z AN INTERESTING de-iii- is Full of the newest in Spring and Sum yrrw.iTiMT. j mer Dress Goods, and just received from our Pretty wholesaler. tilings to interest the ladies, dainty fabrics that are sure to be soon worn by our wisest easterners. Plenty of patterns to choose from.but all the materials of the latest designs and best qualities. Come and look at them and they will coax you to buy, as they are earnest Fk Rttutfy iii D OWN, THE CASH STORK. I.L, IC nJ fcaraaMA l n 9um slrO. A SOCIAL GLASS. 'Art S3 .. kF ?A. f, t ..''' r' . IB rl fl i n N m? X of car Ringer ale, root Leer, crem soda or other carbonated drinks is about :ii tire :i refreshment as y u e.n imagine. In fact, you cannot imagine anything fii!'. You must trj tho ihin':-- - to know how good .aeh bever- o age can be. Come in and .cei how niaki them. o i ' ('n OSVA rj.t j 5iv T'Z2' . i Alt gJSPxfi Lancaster tling CO. BotPhone 202. Twelve Reasons Why You Should Boy Your Groceries of Us o. 2. BECAUSE you positively get honest weight. Our scales are regularly inspected aud ealed. They weigh you out what you pay for. Short weight and long business life don't hitch. Balls Grocery. imimi in i (jasKBwr: agnartS3aa5ag8SB8Maar'it mamsitasaiESca A Wo Wt'te Anv Kind of fa OH . ic National J' N . 1 1. f I n nk. ,. iM1 .. fixer Ti BBA2L i Y & CO. tinrastf. K H'l ' lilt Ml II WIMWH llll Hi II IIMIWWIII "1in 1'none 27. "TTTTTn-- " To 1 he People Who Anticipate Tobacco Barns made uriiuj;e-uirv.- s with our iinllc- i'r t'lese pecial bills and ciiii give prompt service We are making the special price of i -- 'iae Si bd per hundred F. 0. B. cars Lancaster. We are also linking a specialty on painted and galvanized roofing. J l Don't fail to see us when in need of lumber or roofing. I Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. I cept a good position in Davia' Drug Store in Danville. We rtgret exceedingly to give Ben up, but wish him unlimited success in his new position. Miss May James of Richmond is visMrs. Anna McDougle of Lexington, iting Miss Stella Hendren. Mrs. Lewis Ross of Kirksville is the accompanied by her son William, was . ., . ;. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mount were guest of her sister Mrs. S. D. Cochran. .i. i"ii - ,t inf I. i nif itiir in i i iii'iiivi his condition visitors in Danville Monday. V. -- 1 Miss Peaehie Mae Sanders of Coy Smith Jr. a few days last week. Mrs. ! Mr. Hurt, of Maretsburg has bmn Mr. J. B. Collier and Mrs. Charles Ky., has been the guest of Catherine McDougle is secretary of Hamilton the guest of his daughters the Alisses College. Beautiful folding Collier areguestsat the Simpson House. Bourne. and couch Hurt at this place. Mrs .1. . An. i isale. Mrs B. F. Hudson entertained at a i Miss Ruth Nell Hilton or Stanford is Miss Mary Lynn Fox of Stanford is Steve TeatUi and wife of Kings j the guest of Miss Annie Belle Burnside. the guest of her sister Mrs. R. II. handsome reception Friday afternoon, Mountain were gacsts of their mother, If you want Se-- Ont. tVrn t The invitation list included about forty Batson. Corn to Feed. se . Mrs. Enipia Fa. lis this last week. Dr. Wm. Burnett of Shelbyville was guest. The decorations of pink and Mr. Wm Hays of Stanford has been Garrard Mibt- - Co. a welcome visitor here for several days. Mr. James Robert Ediniston uiio wnite was even carried out in tlie ices visiting her mother Mrs. Mildred and cake. represents a large insurance firm of Mrs. J. Wade Walker is making a Beazley. Brown Legnorn Louisville is visiting reUtives here. stay with friends in Louisville and LexMrs. R. E. McRoberts was hostess ggs for sale. 59c a setting ., Mr. Hare FoIuy wants Ins Garrard Miss Nannie B. Herring has been ington. for a noon day luncheon Saturday in Earl Farrs, L:tncat Ky. visiting her brother Wilfred Duncan in complement and Lincoln Co friends to know that he tf to Mrs. John Shackelford Miss Elizabeth Ford is at home for lf-lM'lK.i-crop the ' Stanford. of Detroit Mich, who is at home for planted out a large tobacco the vacation from Sayie College Lex of Mjv. Miss Eliza Hili was called to Danville the summer months. An inviting reington. Flssts: Plants PUs. Misses Jewel Goodman and Nell New-lan- d by the death of her brother-in-laMr. past added to the pleasure of the guests. Mrs. Fred Neighbors of Livingston is Robert Collier. We have them. A.: vanetfsof tfca and William Thompson went lo Mrs. James Perkins and children. Mr. Stanford Sunday to visit Miss Iia New-lan- d seaon. visiting her parents Mr. and Mis. J. U. ..W. B. Ba.l W. C. Price of Danville was with and Mrs. T. E. Cecil ar.d family, Mr. Bourne. and rep'irt a splendid time. t'td corn and -- d mii l Mesdames Mattie Frisbie and Fred P. and Mrs. John Oaks and family. Miss Miss 1'earl Sebastian of Richmond is Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collier Mrs. lo price. Bettie Reynold, Mr. Kinnaird Oaks and Frisbie Thursday. visiting Misses Bessie and Eunice Harve Collier md Mrs. Pearl Everett, ;r ' Garrard Mrs. J. S. Bowman of Lewis Co was Mr. Brack Wallace all spent SundaA attended chinch at Preachersville SunPrather. with Mr. and .Mrs. A. L. Young. called here by the illness of her sister. day to hear Rev Rogers preach. Mr. Wm Gaines of Stanford was FOR SALE. Mrs. Florence Grant Miss Bernie Lear entertained at a ti L ca' talent from Brusdhead gsvc with Mr. and Mis. Ed C. Games for a o'clock dinner Monday evening for Prof. splendid play here Saturday night at Misses Nannie and Nellie Scott of short visit. rottl ilovur-- i of every .r , Paint Lick were week end guests of and Mrs. M. L. Caneer, .Misses Bettie Crab Orchard Springs. It .vas well atMp Maltu- Eii" Mr. and Mrs. Ed Collier, of Danville, Robinson, Susie Brashear. Mabei tended ami was u decided success. Misses Jennie and Nellie Cox. RfCtltiHmil were with Miss Elizabeth Collier for a Mason. Olive Dean. Margaret Noland. .Mrs. Maggie Cover entertained the visit of several days. Mrs. Sallie Maret and little grand Amanda Anderson, Eliza Smith ami graduating class of the graded school Mesdames G. P. Terrill and W. A. daughter of Camp Nelson are guests of Mrs. Ethel West Darnold. Saturday evening. Delightful refreshMrs. Jack Adams and daughter. Price weie ishurs in Lexington for Friends here at his former home re- ments were served, and splendid masu ... .iid A Bote ior liWJ.00 vttn several days last week. erious rendered. Mr. Sam Douglas of Danville, was gret very much to hear of the the UiMlTS!nJ to rjfftth tty I Mr.-,-. Morris Ashley and littledaughter the popular guest of .Mr. Ben Wi o .s. accident that befell Newell Fox while w.iii' I Sieger va wiweted with Le- - Brown : surety Mrs. driving an unruly mule. lie had the out on her veranda Sunday, and for the Botify the pabtie nt it pur'h.e ! iv during the Carnival here last week. of Richmond is u'ltli liui patents Mr. mistortude to receive a severe stroke tirst time in over eight long weary note as I 9ita)l r?it it pa?m n) and Mrs. L. J. Sunford. Attorneys Nelson and Rodes of Dan- in the eye. and is now in Louisville for . R B Hii- weeks, was able to view the secntry of Mesdames Charles Fox of Danville ville and Brown of Mount Vernon were special treatment. oar beautiful little city. and Andrews of New York, aie guests in Lancaster Tuesday on legal business. Rom Rent t ttt-- uip m i., u., Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Cochran enterof Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith. Our school closed last we.k, thr h balance el near th- (,:up-d- -t mi Miss Estella Cor.n. who holds a tained at a well arranged course dinner exercises lasting thrw mond tnet recently vacatnl by Mrs. U. D, Simpson is in Hustonville! position in Indianapolis, is with Sunday for the following guesU Dr. nights. On Monday the little chitdreH , Mr. Bessio Dwdderar to see her sister-in-laMrs. Kate her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Conn. Livnard Hill, Georgetown, Professor recited and each acquitted huu?elfi Powell who is leported uite sick. Mrs. M. L. Caneer. .Miss Bettie splendidly and deserved especial Bjcn-- . Miss Margerite Sampson, of Harixds-bur- g and Robinson and Mis.--. Minnie Margarett Miss Letty May McRobeits leturntd will be the guest of Miss Nannie tion. from Richmond Wednesday when- - she 15. Herring, the latter part of the Welch of Campbellsville. : . ly Thursday, lun"1 l.sth i Prof. Hancock of the graded school .. i) t !..- utcn welling i'US. t II. VrlUIll. ..wo 1...-Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie will be hostess week. comlucti"! thru u.ijs luting Rmii4 left hist week lor his home in t o'clock Miss Mt.ry kietcer of Pennsylvania, McCormack He is a hue teacher, a chris trip railroad im-- fiom l.ancaslii IS.tjb. ..s this Thursday evening at a Miss Marguerite will arrive this Week for a visit to her returned to her home in ilustonviile dinner, the honor guest being Dr. L. S. tian gentleman, and while here made R jins ret r. d at Cv' Mol'l iii!W school-mat- e Miss Letty May McRoberts after a visit with her sister Mrs. Logan McMurtry of Louisville, W. C. Price of many warm friends who regret he will j mg board and trips m the Crye i,orlO 15 Danville and Dr. James B. Kinnaird of not have charge of the school next year making the toUl fl2f) Vj,ei ir Mrs. Lizzie Denny is at home from Hubble. this city were invited to meet the dis. on regular t.nn ii night the oratorical con toach a stay with Mesdames Arbuckle ot On Tue-da- y Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Denman of tinguished visitor and honor the auspiWrite or phone L tt M rtff.ii Madison and Robert Walker of Paint Nicholasville motored to Lancaster cious occasion. test came otF and fourteen young ladies Thursday and were with Mr. and Mrs. Lick. and gentlemen participated. Each one The following announcement which deserved a prize, so well did they renV. A. Lear. Miss Viola Creech, a student from appeared in a recent issus of the ChatMr. Shirley (Sever Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Soper and sou tanooga (Tenn.) Times, will be of in- der their orations. the Normal School, Richmond, was received 1st prize of four dollars, Mis3 Richmond motored to Lan- terest to Lancaster friend of the gioom-to-bhere several days last week taking Norman of Ethel Geizel. 2nd three dollars. Miss caster Sunday and were with Mr. and ' teacher's examination. Myrtle Geizel lird. two dollars, and B. Soper. Mrs. J. "Mrs. Rebecca Strelitz announces Boyle Va3S Singleton received one do! : Mrs. W. J. Romans was is Richmond Miss Julia Hills of Richmond, and the engagement of her daughter Helen lar. Wednesday night diplomas were for the recent meeting of the C. W. B. to Mr. Arthur J. Joseph of Lancaster, given and prizes were awarded, Shirley I'urcnasers get the Wnefit oE ou 1) M. Convention and was with her niece Misses Louise and Nellie Rice of Paint Ky., the wedding to trfKe place the Cover being again the lucky winnc. years exuerie'i.i.e u, the bii'ii.tii. Lick were guests for several das of Mrs. Z. T. Rice and family. early part of June." Look for other bargains listed lit twi Miss Marie Ballard. Mesdames W. A. Arnold and Maria issue Owners of fauns vho wan Iv Mrs. James Perkins and children, "' f. ' Kirby and the Misses Kinnaird were in sell shoufil see us at on-Florence and Kena of Bedford Ind., Danville Tuesday the guests of Mrs. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Oakes SCHOOL ciO tr-s- , fertile s,uil, oo goul nke, Misses Alma and Marr Lear re.turBfd Uvo .miles from a thriving vdlagc ci.jl Wm Cecil and daughter Miss Sadie. and other relatives. (By Wm. F. Miller.) Tuesday from Jacksoftsville Fla. It miles from one ol Ihe .bfs.t . grri!.l Professor J. L. Hill dean of GeorgeMiss Bernie G. Lear entertained at Miss Stella McWhorter of Richmond, sehool-- s ) tho Slate, conduitcd by hv town College who delivered such a line dinner Sunday for the tollowing ones. experienced teachers (.IiiMro.jiry' l Mr Elmore was a recent visitor at spent the week-en- d with her parents. address on "Rur Ideals" was the guest Misses Patsy Kinnaird, Elizabeth Collier our school. Mis. Foley, of Barbonrvilte id the to ami from sthuol at the fjpeiif ijl Examinations are now being held in gue-,- t of her daughter Mis. Will Parks. the Distri.l.nit.lligfit, ailtmxl hospitable people, lor neighbor i m :'. the various rooms. Miss .Maud Conn, of Wilraore. is the miles of High Bridgo,j whrro bon'4'i.; Bro. Tinder visited our school Thurs- guest of her grandmother Mrs. I. ('. ami other methods of enlf rtnimi.'itii day and conducted the exercises. Rucker. arc at band. Five loom resuleinf two Prof Caneer returned home Thursday' Miss Elizabeth Denny of Lancaster tenant houses, 8 acre lobaero bam lit) after attending his fathers funeral in waj the guest of relatives here the acres m gr.iss, 7f) itfies vpleitdid "lif tt Tenn. past week. ( which wilt go with farm if ..j. at All the pupils of the school are reMessrs Jonah Wagers and Ed Cobb once, and tobact. a. id torn antr;ilt quested to be present at school Friday of Richmond were visitors in Paint transferred to pdnliassei Fir. is morning at 9 o'clock. Lick Sunday. near the proposed million dollar 'U'lii lo j river Invitations have been received for Mrs. E. C, WcWhorter entertained be cwistrueltd on !fntu-klight fcrtln. will furnish the Senior Reception on the school the teachers of the High School On which campus Friday evening S o'clock. entire country, ltiatioe .livnlnl m'.o Tuesdav evening. All conditions consul r .1, Susie Middleton, a bright scholar of Miss Docia Metcalf was the guest of three farm?. Miss Andersons room favored the school .Mr. and Mrs Chester Lewis in' Lan- it is die best bargain in the ouotty H only Spo. per acre. by giving a recitation in the auditoiiur.i caster on Friday night. . No i7. 1(11 acres on pike J i.n(" Thursday. Mr. Ragan, ol ie.xingtot. trie Uistrrcl from town per acre, tSo. i, SaE33S53aa3S3S,.3as3H The Baccalaureate sermon was Superintendantof the Methodist church, i No 'lie. CO acres on pike ' ijntCb A greatly injojed by the Seniors faculty. held services at Walnutta.Sunday evenimproved, 135. i and patrons of the school Sunday morn- ing. No 4s). aeies well improved, ing. Dr. Hill of Georgetown delivered Mrs. Garuett Kemper of Lexington, pike, possession, $5500. :; the Address. No 490. 136& acre, en pikf n . I came Tuesday to be the guest of Mrs. The Musical recital given Wednesday A. B. Estridge and family during com-- ; Bryaijtsville, 3 houses, main dwelln.p BY MRS. J. A. AMON, Or Lvncaster. Fy. night by Misses Polhtt and Cochran mencement. new with b rooms, nlefii and up t'j t WJjfK- rig 'm f was enjoyed to the utmost. These Mrs. Haley 'and Mr. ami date, water works, gas lights X tolae Mr. and splendid young ladies are music pupils Mrs. Thompson of Berea were the co barns, price, 312.GG0 of Miss Daniels. A SURE SUCCESS. No 401. Iba acres of high class lard guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsden Mr. Arthur Eldridge '15 who was to 2 miles out. 2 large tobacco barn? pei on Sunday. 3 cups of flour (level) Whites of G eggs, take the part of Policeman in the play acre, $120. Miss Lula McWhorter returned SunJ cup extra of llour is added as the last ingredient, with 2 rounding given Friday night, took sick just a No 402. 100 acres of tobacco Lu.il day, from London, where she haj been 2 cups of sugpr, of baking powder. few hours before the play but Mr. i highly improved, near Buceyf, in the Sue Beunette Memorial Glass B. Carrier '13, ably took his part a student 1 cup of butter, or butler and lard, 1 cup of rich sweet milk. pike, per acre, $125. .. school at that place. No 4'J4. Several pieces of splenj.it The Operetta given Tuesday night by Cream butter and sugar then add J the milk and beat till light and foamy .Mrs. George Todd and Mrs. Tom city property for sale. pupils of the school was well attended before adding the rest. Logsden and Miss Geneva Logsden by a large crowd. It was one of the No. 403. 3700 acres, .i nples fruit were the guests of Mrs. J. E. Seale in The play-wabest plays of the Season. pike, 5 nples from railroad, 500 .acr;? on Friday, given under the instructions of Lancaster of same cleared, one million feet . of t.-w.'t?j'j-- : - v . jiv,y-ir.n.r Mrs. R. N. Beazley and Mrs. Rice timber, 83 acres of tobacco this year, Miss Daniels, who deserves much credit Woods went as delegates to the W. C. 17 houses, 2 silo's, 1 saw null, 1 stote for her work. U, Convention which was held at house, 5 tobacco barns, can be bought Play given to the T. The Senior Class Harrodsburg last Wednesday. at the low price of $15.00 per acre, public at the Auditoiium was greatly Mrs. A. II. Wynn entertained a few enjoyed by a full house. The play was 406. 100 acres of land, 4 mile frtin a success in every respect, from the friends at a Rook party last Saturday Lancaster & Lexington pike, l miles time the curtain went up for the 1st night in honor of her visitors Misses from Lancaster, good, improvcnisnts, No amount of misrepresentation by ths act until it dropped at the 5th act, the Ida Howard and Estella Nolan of the large tobacco barn, well worth ,tho peddlers of alum baking powders, no jughouse was kept in a tumult. From the Richmond Normal. price of $100. per acre. way the Seniors took such active parts Mr. and Mrs. Rice Woods. Messrs gling with chemicals, or pretended analysis,' 497. 222 acres of line land near Lanin the play, was also a great credit to Con Asher, Roy Estridge and Carlos caster & Lexington pike, splendid, imcooked-u- p certificates, or falsehoods of or the school. This pi .v was one of the Hendrick and Misses Ethel and Emma provement-?, at $90. per acre, j any kind, can change the fact that finest plays ever pulled ofF in Lancas- Estridge and Jessie Parks took in the 498. 63 acres, improved, near Faint ter, Miss Dean deserves much credit Street Fair in Lancaster Friday night. Lick graded.school at $95. per acre for her faithfulness shown toward the Three new auto's hav made their 499. 73 acres of rich land, right ent seniors and school. appearance in our village during the pike,, well improved, 2 miles of Lancasoffipast week. Mr. R. G. Woods purchas ter, priced at $120. per acre ar.d in A CARD. of , ed a five passenger Studebaker, Mr. Worth it, i Walter Hammack a Ford runabout and 500 200 acres of high ctasa land, I wish to thank my friends for the Mr. E. C. McWhorter has a five pas- none better inKentuchy, high cjas many kind favors shown me Juring my of senger Ford car improvements. Located on pike 3 mile: (illness; and, I also express my sincere "" and- One of the largest congregations ever from LancasteV. A beautiful home. thanks for the delicious articles of Is bound to please any purchaser. Prlco food, nourishing drinks, and etc., sent seen in any of our churches assembled Royal Baking Powder is indispensable , me by my new neighbors, whom I have last Sunday morning at Mt. Tabor $150.00 per acre. For further particulars write or cal" found cannot be surpassed in good when Rev. F. M. Tinder, of Lancaster, for making finest and most economical food. delivered the Baccalaureate sermon to on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real, esdeeds toward each other. he graduates of the Consolidated tate men. Lancaster, Ky. Wm. Ray. i Ii .i t i t iir-- A Brief Mention of the Comings and uoings uy jnoie nt Are micresuu in. while in the city of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Cochran. Duke Goodloe of Springfield is here mingling wiuj ineuus. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Walker of Stanford have been visiting in Lancaster. Miss Mary Lvne Fox of Stanford is with her cousin Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith. Miss Florence Christopher, of Burgin is the guest of Miss Amanda Anderson. and Brewer Layton. Dr. L. S. McMurtry of Louisville who delivers the address to the graduating class is the guest of Dr. J. B. Kinnaird and Mrs. Kinnaird while here. Mr. Ben Woods CRAB ORCHARD left Monday to ac- ,i. b"" " s bl !"- S--- " I w fi-- r Mi-n- r i j mnd '' J tah - w ra to msms cunt ni , - .. hi-- 1 '' special, e: h i mm e t I NOTES. .' . gEST HATS IN TOWN FOR THE MONEY. VlfSS KEbbft ARNObD v eU-ctr- i' favorite Recipes XRi!g-V-gPv.i-jF- - Otlt-we- ll 5-- Well jc (nown Women 4y- ns s -- n TSie Fact Remains 1 Royal Baking Powder has been found by the purity the cial examinations to be highest leavening efficiency, free from alum, and absolute wholesomeness. ' t r V Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday May 2 1 , 1914 Copper King, 4582. This handsome and royally bred saddle stallion will make the season at my place; one mile north of Bryantsville, on Lexington pike at John Morgan, Jr., 3705. at $8.00 for Horse Mule, $10.00 Mare Mule and $10.00 for Jennet. I CARDS. OOOOOttOOoomiooiioooaooooooo R. C. TODD Record 2241. Brown Stallion, Trial 2:14J, half 1:05. quarter :31J, eighth :15J. 16 hands high, weighs 1200 pounds, foaled I Bingeu 5&.V.7 1907. 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 l,ord Highland 2799. Dam Dwight Cora, 1458, by Forrest of an imported Jennet. Will also stand two more good Jacks. One 5 years old and one C years old at Denmark, 163. he by Mamhrino Forrest, he by Ned Forrest Jr. Lord Denmark, by Highland Denmark, by Black Squirrel, by Black Eagle 74. Lord Highland S8.00 FOR HORSE MULE AND $10.00 FOR MARE MULE. dam, Mrs. Culvers 3711, by Harrison Chief, 160G. hy 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. . $15.00 To Insure A Living Colt. New Buggy FOR SALE. Only been used a short time - At the same timi and placl will stand my rodel 5 year old jack, COMBINED STALLION. will make the season of 1914 at my barn at Black Jim is IT. J hands high, with good bone, bead and ears and a good A LIVING .breeder. I consider liim Uie best jack in county. This jack is subject to regis 5 years old, 16 hands high, black and is sired by Ky. Peavine, 2889, he by He 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 taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should anv occur. a high head and tail, has good action and as much style as old Peavine and has Good Service. Phone proven himself to be a good breeder. A lien will be retained on all colts to secure the payment of season. Will Lancaster, use every means to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Bryantsville, Ky. Bryantsville Phone 53-- At $10.00 to Insure A Living Colt. BLACK JIM. Squirrel Peavine $10.00 TO INSURE COLT. and is in perfect condition. Will sell at a bargain. Q Q O H K J Told 3.iA' Hi Corel Sire of 11 in 2:10. including liol Donelai 2JM!,'. 1 Iowa Todd 2.0O4. The Northern Man S.HiJi. Cor don- Todd 2WV,i, "Todd Mm- J.UTJj. etc. Sire of I'hliui i Jin. Ailrai- - Viinns Mill ral DtweT By Yomiic JlniSOUS. Klnie Cole 2.(f.'i. John Ward Kvcord lAU. May KIiik 1027J. 2:20 Siie of .::. Including Bin- Keu 2:w;4 I J:!,, Kam-ll- die fae2 Ham of ('i. (3US'tlf. ' including Muiowau a.iI J t Arion 5 Sire of in 2.10, dams of in in ..t.. Directress 2 lu My hir-i-t- nr l?-- la0. 27,. 3 I Henry Duncan. A. M. BOURNE AllieTee Iiain of Al McGregor 2rJl!4. trial 2:13. xnri K Umpires. l.'Slfi Mreot .Aiinie.Marle2:2i;4r ilanii of 2. Cynthia Wilkej (iraudam of 2. J'amof I.KrandaiuoiS. (,Dictator m C.Todd2S4;i.trinl2:14Ji I. SIreofifl dumjoflll Kantncly Bell By Harold 41.. ( Great hrood mare 'Idol Ulkei522 ' Sire of t. damiof . Sallle Dudley. By Standard Bearer .'.M Dam of Maryland 23s. etc. R. Al. MOSS, R. Mr Breeder have you heard the news SAY THE a Phone 338-G- . T. O .HILi Buckeye, Ky. DON VERRI6K JACK cf 1914,. at mybarn 3 miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike at Will make the season In R. C. Todd, I feel that I am offering the handsomest, fastest, best bred Prices Right. and most desirab!eStallion that has ever been placed before the breeders of 354-thi3 - Kentucky. Todd and adjoining counties. His sire was one of the greatest sires of all time, having died atonly eight years of age and yet sired 14 in the 2:10 list. D. His grandsire Bingen 2:06J, besides having founded are ot the greatest families in the Stud book, is the sire of Uhlan 1:58, the worlds champion. On his dams side R. C. Todd is Office at Rainey s Livery Stable. directly from Dictator. Harold -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky and Geo. WilKes, so it would seem that by right of inhertance. this young Stallion should become as great a sire as A. Auctioneer. other members of his family. Should you fail to get a trotter he is Dr. Wm. Pryor, a horse of such style, size, and commanding appearance that his get will be in demand on any market. As I have secured this horse so late in the season, I will offer his services for this season only, at Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. $20. to Insure Living Colt. ed He will make the seasonof 1914 at my stable just outside the city limits of Lancaster, on the Lexington pike. Lien retained on colts to secure service fee. Care taken to prevent accidents and escapos but not responsible should any occur. Telephone 393. BLACK s m - ALDRIDGE FOREST STAPP. tf&Br aa E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses i ltted. Satisfaction Guaranteed boytiiid a girl. They were both over 42 inches high when foaled and 100.00 will not buy either one of them. Uiedddyof two fiocliittUcn.-- $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Duke of Don't forget the pretty spotted pony and think of the price, only $8.00 each to insure. S. H. ALDRIDGE, IIYATTSVILLE, IY. Don Verrick, by Onward Silver 2:051 (who sold for $25,000) by Onward, he by George Wilks, 1st dam by Wilks Boy 2:24, 2nd dam Mary, by Boggs Grey Eagle, dam of the Wag 2:15J and Madlem Patten, dam of Robber 2:10; Billy Wilton 2:20, Winchester 2:19J. Miss R. 2:30. Don Verrick is bred exactly like Spanish Queen 2:06J, and sold for a handsome price. I will also at the same time and place stand my big 15$ hand Jack at ienmark, Jr, and THE NEW Opposite Post Office. This richly bred Saddle Stallion will make the season of 1914. Barber Shop Bath In Connection. at my stable, on the Buckeye pike, about 2 miles from Lancaster, Ky. at the low price of $8.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Winner on the Track and In the Show Ring Against the the show riug. It gives vices of the well-know- $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. The only leal proof of the individuality and soundness of the stallion is Melro3e Farm great pleasure to again offer the sern -4 1-- Best in- the Land. t 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. J. E. Seale,Prop W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Office Hours PEDIGREE-Du- ke of Denmark, Jr.. by Duke of Garrard, he by the old Duke of Denmark. First dam of Duke of Garrard, the House mare, she sired by old Black Squirrel. First dam of Duke of Denmark, Jr. Anne Bell by Wallace Denmark, and out of Lady Morgan, by old Stonewall Jackson. 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 monev. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. be-fo- rd horses. Thistle Donne, winning race record 2:09 o'i te'g'rand circuit and winner of the champion roadster stallion class at the Kentu.'ky State Fair, 1913, end Cnimewood. 2:19 4 considered by many the handsomest trotting stallion in the world, winner of the trotting bred stallion clas3 &l the Kentucky Fair, 1913 who lecenlly 6old for $40, 000.00 in Europe and Baldy McGregor 2:0t McGregor, who recently sold for $ 10,000.00 in this country, are a who is himself the sire of Zuli-if- a brother and sister of Thistle Doune 2;09 mid Madoia F)une (2). 2;2G3-4- , and who has a large number 2 '29 of ijolts iii training in the hands of Kentucky's famous reinsman, Ben and it is confilently expected that a number will race to fast records 3-- LOGAN HUBBLE. Unprecedented Record For a Young Sire Season 1914 Clarence Beazley SEASON 1914. && Residence Phone 220. tsiie a.m to 12 lp.m. to 4. Office oyer Stormes" Drug ritora 4, at Bellevue Stock Farm, I offer for public service Ken-cied- y, B- - F. "Walteb DENTIST. Lancaster, Ky. IK - - -- i' -- - tzSKSUf.f th.is.jear. Cnimewooa lias the destincUon of being moi c sought after by than any stallion in America, and they offered the largest they offered for any stallion, which was refused. pi ice, SJ.O'H.O TERMS-arto Thistle JVHinte. $35.00 to ininre; Chimewood.-'S.O- fc Jdliir.ketflnrassatijvaet'jJjiskj .... For fuitner inioiiiialion pud extruded breeding and Jdescriptive cata logue, address. Local and longdistance DANVILLE, EY. C. phone 128. Govern-roe- rl Kentucky's Choice Foaled 1905 3765. Pliune 65. Commission e At $75.00 To Jnsure A Living Foal. KENTUCKY'S CHOICE 3765, Sire My Own Kentucky, bylChester Dare 10. 1st dam, Little Kata 5821, by Prince of Denmark 425. 2nd dam, bv 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 Lexington in breeding and herd classes. He won first in 1912 and J.913 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 given for Saddle-bre- d sucklings at both the Danville and Stanford Fairs, including stakes at both places and were hign 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 ard C. & 0., 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 H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky a-- 1. CECIL. Paint Lick, Phone 229. BLEUCHER 5 46158. 18. 12 0ffice Hours J8 t0 o9 lto4-7t- p. m Record 2:20V:. Tiial 2:1-- 'J. Half Brother m tula Watts (2).2:27J4. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15? hands, foaled 1906. Standard ltegisteied Vol. link Kljttll SJ M. K. Benny and W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Office: Stormes Building over Hurt son's Furniture Store. t Ander- LANCASTER, 10 f Mlenl Hroofc ftpcoia h.inlK Hifi.V. " W7U tMiet.f Hill) Hulk UroiA z:nyi Sire of ?1 mr Kenrcli- hflil .'?. l:rit;litllelt iMik WilLs '.': IAlcyou KVM a ti Ci, ilmn of C KIlllO-Ti. , KENTUCKY. VIB.IXC I II ".';. l.i 1) 7irrinc a". Rellbrook J ::;. liCf, i.hI Mendow i (!',. l.uiuia Jciili) Glfl IddOri MHIC CI ) '. I Norwood Hell" lly Norwood U2t. Great Ilrood Mure Harrr Clar " 2"X. Sire of l.dKineofWi J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 27. i CHIEF NAPOLEON, No. 5107. f Mol.ii 2llr7 I of Uremia u-m u rriHin'or i f-- HI.. II, si&'fr In Pilent tEronl ISIeiicht-- r Sti-'K- . n of f) IinU ?i yii. IMHIK 5 Silent Brook 197G9. 2:16J. bilver Momlro K. f. ITteili Cl- Half . IJJs-asV- IH.IIC itrno Siuie Wilkes fiuTj,.1 rtOW.i .. .. RircofCarl WilLesa-Ui- ' (it Silent Jenny Clay I'.rooLJ-W.ySBy Ifarrv Clay $. Kiddie Clay md I.lllj Cluy Dam of Silci.t Ilrook iIhiu of I'mc ?SIJ$. 2:H.Vi. ltcrtdioClayHI (- Kill. -. .l (I) i.:wyI, 7lXV!, fO'-Y,-. urkc Queen Kllicl By Strntlimorc Dkiii of Buiiii'8 f Huron WilLe-- . 17V!. a IB ) .irt-r- f 11 Ml'' A i'Li 40f vie u, LANCASTER KY. This royal bred Jack will make the season at my place at 10.00 for horse mule, 12.50 for mare mule, 20.00 for jennet colt, 40.00 for Jack colt. Chief Napoleon is by Hill Napoleon, 3rd, No. 3706, 1st. Dam. Ky's Best, 2654. by John Morgan, Sr, 1954. 2nd. Dam Joe Blackburn 1454, by Daisy. 1215. Hill Napoleon 3rd. by Baughman Napoleon, 2nd. he bv Napoleon 179G, he by old Napoleon, 143S. Hill Napoleon dam Missouri Queen, by Senator Beck 2449. by Daniel Boone 145G. 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 Residence Phone 3 with white points. I will also stand another fine Jack JOE MCDOWELL, Agt., Danville, Ky. hire of Billy Burk 2:031, Meadow Brook 2:0GJ. We have for sale some nice two years old and yearlings in both Stallions 2:07J. Betty Biook 2:09. Emma Brook 2:09$, Ladv and Fillies, sired by Kentucky's Choice, out of dams by such sires as Chester HutterBrook 2:10. Silent Brigade (2) 2:10J, Margaret Bathgate Dare 10, Rex Peavine, Highland Denmark. Chester Chief and Dignity Dare. uea aam 01 unaiiy iinect ii; z:ui. etc. nis uam, jenny ' A few select brood mare in foal to Kentucky Choict-- . (4) z; 1 . etc 2:255, mil was grandam of Prue 2:21 J. C'ay, also produced Kiddie Bioko 24457, mi e of Fereno2:0"4 (winner Kentucky Fuluiity), Brendj Voike (1) 2:0? (Futurity winner,) (5) 2,011, Native Belle (2) 2:07? (Futurity fi'ly) Maniico (3) 2:07J (Futurity win winner.) (i) 2:0U (champion iter), S iver Silt: (1) 2;0ij, Susie N. (!) 2:091 (Futurity winner.) Gomoico 2.1(1 MocliHSter 2:101. Momastei- 2:1 J. Siliko (3) 2:lli (Futuntv winner) Moliel S:.-e- J dann of Tne HarveUei 2:01 (champion trotting stallion), Vito (4, ct 294. Martha Tipton!) 2:091. o'NeiL.(.;) 2:13J. etc. Brother to Bumps 2:031. Jtaron I). 2:10. etc. Bleuchei'4fiir8, record !'M1. tiial mile 2:14f, half in 1:00, last quarter in He 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds greatly resembles his good Bire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the great futurity sire Mj'ko A grand combination of two of the best race horse fami Snwbay 2:07h.7ru'ne Jirook 11 C'y SEASOiN twFUM. tell you how. and oav best market prices. V.'e are dealers; established inlSC6: andean do BETTER for von lh?u agents or commission merchants. References any bank in Louisville. Writs for weekly price list. M. SABEL 4. SONS ViTe 1 IK TMG- fe:V - He is 15J hands high, black with white points and a fine individual. He was sired bv John Morgan 2705, (T. O. Hill's champion Jack) Dam Nannie B..2653. by Old Beecher, the greatest breeding Jack of his time. At $6. for Horse Mule and $9. for Mare Mule. Beecher .Morgan. Dorsey Gold Dust, Jr. j. - 1914 1914 & 33 E. Market SL. lOlilSYIUE. ueaiers in runs, niuts, wuuu. IT. flLL PEfWINB 4092 Kentucky's finest Saddle Stallion will make the season at my stable, one mile East of McCreary and six miles East of Lancaster at the verj low price of $10. to Insure a Living Colt He is a rich chestnut in color, about 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 has 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 Everything for Orchard. Lawn and or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance and must be paid at once. Care taken to Garden. prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Phone 364-1G h.inself, having had very lies of the present day. Hebeingpiealracelior.se It certainly looks like this little training and most of that by an amateur. horse is of Grand C'rcjit caliber, and if giivn half a chance he will win hit. shire of the; money sure. HJ.EUGKER is a peifect type of a load horse, goou (railed with perfect rs 110 boots or weights He has mi undefeated record in the Stalmanners, lion Road Class for 1913, and is conceded by good judges to be the best road horse out this year. Ijnis is a good opportunity for Gatraid and adjoining counties to breed into the best families of the trotting blood. Iiook this horse's breeding over and eee how many they have in the list both sire and dam. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1014 at my stable in w-n- Sire Rex Peavine 1796, Champion Sire of the World. Dam Lucy Wells Go to 6404 TREES Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. the records, Strawberry Plants don't take any body's word. Fee $40 to Insure feiving Colt AND A GOOD ONE Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines i,ancaster,,Kentuckjvat S2Oj0Oui;o.IjQSure on co!U"for service A Living, GoU. Lien til am niepare"d,to.take cfljLeiof;nares on grass at lOcts por day. fee. Caretaken Money due vhen mat e is traded or parted with. to prevent accidents, tvl pit respqnsibjc fihquld any occur. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts w. 'TELEPHONE No. 95. b: burton, R. S. SCUDD1ER, McKINNEY, KENTUCKY. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington. Kentucky. Nurserymen since 1841. I Walker Bradshaw, Mccreary, Jacks - Jennets for sale at allKentucky. Horses, and times. LANCASTER. KY. The Central Record, Thursday May 21, 1914. QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOX)0000000XX)OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCO O Page 7 fTM X d oeasun ncKeis T1 T Jl rw T.Ll ormcommg T jveapain nauiauqua ior uur r o 1 L. &N. Train Schedule Al Lancaster, Ky. S 1 . A. Arrive. m. O O in arranging to inaugurate this Chautauqua this year the local committee secured will be sold, while they last, by them for $2.00 each. -- 1 1 .111 1 bUU S "V N 4 Z.jj season tickets, which 1 1 1 When these tickets are exhausted no season tickets thereafter can be had for less than $2.50. Also, the price of O q O season tickets will not be reduced from the first day to the close of the Chautauqua. The single admissions to the different sessions of this Chautauqua aggregate more than $4.00, so it will pay you to O g buy a season ticket even after the program has begun. For the single admissions to the respective entertainments see except within the owner s family. program. Season tickets are non-transferab- at Kichiooi.c with L & N to Frankfort & Loniivule; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington &. Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:0-- a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington h Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. connecting No 27; 2:09 p. m. le CHILDREN'S TICKETS admit children aged six to fourteen years inclusive. All children are admitted to the O O O O children's work free. OODCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOO WHEE! NO SPRING FEVER OR BAD BLOOD THIS YEAR. Wonderful ROOT JUICE To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Eliicabethtown & Bowling Green, and nt Bardstown Junction to Banlatown & Springfield. No 9; 8:t2 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fasi train to Bristol & Atlanta. f?a Q ST. LOUIS SPECIAL" TO BE ENTENBED TO V'lLLE, i ASHE- - a Jiv-s h?i&ni his ciisli mers 5 Quickly "All-in- " OverFeelYou j Pi. C. l& the i comes That Tired, Lazy, g&? ing, Cleans l!:c Blood, Builds Up. Fine for Old Folk. Too. ' Guaranteed. On Sunday May 21th, Southern Kail-wa- y train Know n as the "St. loins Special" now operated between St. Louis, Louisville ami Danville, K.y , will be extended and operated a a salid through train between St. Louis, best and soundest I When Paint Scales Bills ! ' 1 I HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINXS- H "Mode to T7c!k Oa" is for floors, stairs, woodwork and furniture. It is all ready to use Just dip in the brush end go ahead. It flows freely and evenly, and two minutes practice will make you an expert in its application. It makes old floors new, and no floor is so bad that Lustro will not make it clean, BCiocth, sanitary and beautiful. You can wipe up a Lustro floor with a damp mop water does not damage it. It is elastic and tough, and does not mar under heel nails, cdii That Hoot Juice Was Surely the Right Thing For You, Father." Now's the time to eive vour bodv as well as your house a good, ed renovating from top to bottom. You need it. and need it l.adlv. Kvnrvhndv does. You've been storing up filth and impurities all winter .and your whole system is clogged up. Your blood is thick and impure; your stomach, liver. bowels and kidneys are half asleep. No wonder you feel lazy and tired and ." ' or casters. FOR SALE BY CONN BROTHERS eei&atiomtL 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- c 1 I SIL one-piec- e is as good as if it were inada of staves, and very much less exjjensivc. 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 inaay 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 ns a chance to explain it to yon. t. W. P. KINCAID, Phone 199 Stanford, Ky. Bis-Ag- Get a few doses of HOOT JUICE in- - referred to. The equipment of this train and the to you-t- hat grand new tonic made of see approximate schedule is as follows: Nature's own restoratives-a- nd 1 Drawing room Sleeping You'll think Nature what happens. has in some miraculous way given you ' Car, St. Louis Asheville. x Drawing room Sleeping a brand new set of vital organs, and via you'll ieel better than you've felt for! Car- tanooga. Sleeping Glorj, what a diffeienee it will make! ' 1 Drawing room via Ashe No more lazy feeling, no more rather- - Car, Cincinnati-Jacksonvillfeeling. You'll ville. 1 Parlor Cafe C.r. St. get up in the morning rested, bright-eye1 Firat-clasSt. d and ready lt ir f ', t? -""SK-- k ol everything. And remember this: ROOT' ' JUICE cleans out the blood, purifies it. 1 Pullman bleemnK Nashville-ne- y Car. stirs up that lazy stomach, liver, kid-- ! l""1""1 to ,ram at IInrr-intand bowel action, puts new steam V, . . you. strengthens and tones up the KpoxviiIe. " c. ' .: luiiry uuul .. villi Eastbound. jivus yuu new r Ilevt, Westbound. 'and "pep"; but it works easily, smooth 11:30 a m Lv. St. Louis Ar. 5:10 a m Iy and mildly. Nothing harsh aoout it 9:20 a m 7.53 p m Lv. Louisville HOOT JUICE can't hurt anybody. 5:25 a m 11:55 p in Lv. Danville ' It's a new and wonderful combination 1:25 a m Lv. Oakdale 11:53 p in of some of the oldest and most reliable 4:40 a m Lv. Hurrimnn Juncvegetable medicines known, and it will 11:30 p m' tion do you more good than anything you 9:10 j in 7;10 a m Lv. Knoxville ' ever used in all your life. i'ou'JI see S:30 a m Lv. Morristown 9:30 p m ,,..,,,,. :.. intk ,!..,, i.,, ,itri Lv. j) m a m Ar- - Asheville f h.n.r fnr rl..im!,tln, !,i.1n..v i Louisville-JacksonvillChat-months. e, Louis-Danville. d, clear-braine- Louisville and Asheville, N. C. via Danville, Harrimen Junction. Knox-- l ville and Morristown. Continuing the effort to afford the public served by the Southern Railway the very highest class 01 service, the Management, appreciating the increase in passenger traffiic from Louisvil.e to Asheville in the mountain section of the Western North Ca.iolina country, has determined to establish solid train service to and from Asheville, N. C. This is a marked indication of the great interest taken in the maintenance of the very highest standard of service by the Southern Railway, and is in a measure, an appreciation of the sup-- i port given the Company by the people of Louisville in patronizing the wonder-- 1 ful tourist resorts in the glorious mountains of Western North Carolina. addition to providing solid through service to .rtslieville. tne connections to Eastern Tennessee destination and to points located in Eastern North ' Carolina .mu ooum Carolina, inciuuing Chat lesion and Columbia, ilso Savannah Gil- - etc- - wil1 be Batly improved and win provide better accommodations and quicker service to all of the territory , signal. Moisture seeps through, die wood swells, cracks, decays. The house goes down in value. The first paint scale is a danger ill J J Kill iUU An agent v.no deli' ets ll:e best Kind of indemnity in Phoenix White Lead (Dutclt Boy the markei, at the s,ui'tpnee ns many others wlsirh - 7cJntcr Xrailc MoiJ;) and pure linseed oil paint doesn't scale. It film that keeps forms an elastic, won't-crac- k values up and cuts out repairs. It can be tinted the color you wish lor your house. Its beauty lasts for years. We carry Dutch Boy White T.eaI and Linseed Oil as well as TintirK Colors act! other pais: and pa.ntmt; rcquiirtes. See us for duality. may not prove o sure tu event of calamity, is in position to attra.-t- . ref.im. nnd increase the biibinss of his ollicc Think it over CC J I htmi (X) P Ofrit " rsidiif Cmfjr. 5"- Citizens National Banit Official Directory Of Garrard Coiuinoiiwctlth- I'lrtmt iiirle ilon. Cfitiea - A. Attorney Master (,'oinmnsiniier H. Fr'A;i, Trut-- Jury Kiiml Bviij. K. KuWu-.- n ullicmi "'ijiirt ftcniiRr.ii'hcr jenr Ulrrnit Ilo. Kwmv-- Ilnriifn. - t'ltri V. IIIiumi II. ! for t, LouN-Ashevill- e. Jy"' o acres at BrUin Ky.. Mercer For sale, a nice home farm of A. AimoM. fl.milj JllllH- C. Walter. county. The land is some of Kentucky's best, the improvements are i.'oiii.tj Attorney ILimiUutt. Cui.i4i7 Clirk J. ,000 dwelling with water works, astern and well, large Depnij i lerkIliirry TiiHillnieu. a modern Coroner yard with forest and evergreen trees, nice young orchard of fruit ami rilierill V.J.A.A. InntT. . Kolnimi. a:vrin berries: ice house, buggy, meat, hen and coal houses, iarg. cellar two iiptiiitteiulHtit (oti t. Hikiid. ui ?eleote MitsJeh' large new barns: tool house, coin cribs, granary, workshop and two new tenant houses: plenty of stock water well distrihuud over the farm ,nuH-- Ki B. Kaj. Jjiiler lHi Two hundred (200) acres in wheat, 50 for corn, 80 acres sown in clover wii.irsiit f Kw.iili JI.jvcfjlitrIinr. J W. KIiihho. tliis spring, 30 acres to be cut this year, nnd remainder in permanent MAClbTKATIW. pasture; 250 rods of fence built last year same amount to be done J it '.Vlillr IiOjfPtl illtl. llt. this season. JolinK. Ililm Ir.l.lHit Cuhllron Uh. Itiat. Will sell to give possession on or before January 1915. With COUNTY UOVK1I UP KllSV.tll liberal terms and seeding privileges in fall of U M. I V.' ritw-jrrca-.Mrt- r 1 kiii-- KT9 fiu 13 A TL"E y Tliuntpn Aruoltl. Jr Int. IH-- t. K. D J.lcMutlr Mc O J. Jril Hhi. H Tlionin King, till SiNt. :il i. AVBriMWgraiBt5SgSg i S PSiECTSS!uS?SEmSSSSSSSS i' II R. K,t trouble, !.-- ..,. j Burgin, Ky. uir'i ok uN;.HrEB. I. i;. iJatiil-di- W backaches and stomach trouble let any scheming druggist Ge KOOT something else on j ou. JUICE, because it's guaranteed and it's got to give results. You can get your money back if ou want it. . SPECIAL D,,; Guaranteed palm off i HOSIERY Wear-Eve- r OFFER Hosiery For ;Colum .Thursday. M V J t'ltjr JuHe J. City Attorney J K. KblinviK.I,. Iliirl. fity i:.-rk- City AeMr John M. Mount Uily Treinrer W. K. Olianii duel To. ice I K. Hi rron. KUVUVU.il KS W SI .aiiom-- . A I. 1'r.ither. - liregory. Anion II i: Men And Women Dr I S.iin oum . W. O l.tiyliw ll.ii.i:i,u Ladies' Special Offer I I k ror rami cnomes i T1 5ii SEXUAL KNUtfLEW ILLliSlMIED 320 ...ts V PAGES. For Limited Time Oi Iy Six pair of our finest 555c value ladies' or wl ite g laranteed hc-- e in Mac. col ns with written guarantee, for $1.00 ml 10c lur pi si an , e:c. MEN SPECIAL OKI EU V y ill&Xr & tn AFTERNOON AND NIGHT. a Sen a- Z 513 .V- - b brr cr fb THAT BIG TEXAS SHOW. eh E2i More X Powcr WlKiWXXJCvMWTMaSS s ff vftl TWkSSk ijutayp-r' ifalihc .. . sr n ?! wr V ra TfeR5. If rx&tfjSSrVi&L' M' f&&M3&sJM isn Kerosene can usually be bought for about half the price of gasoline and - X u gallon of kerosene as on a will develop as much power on gallon of gasoline. kerosene engine Bear in mind that in a Fairbanks-Mors- e you have one you can absolutely rely upon. They are fully developed and will do all we claim for them. Equipped with throttling governor and built-i- n magneto. Start easily even in cold weather. While designed especially for kerosene these engines will J use either kerosene or gasoline economically. Very simple running t in construction. All parts accessible. Quiet, smooth i' engines that develop full power at low speed. Fairbanks - Morse Oil Engines a i Bros. Haselden Ky. Lancaster, Write for Catalog 21A80 aiiolll teX lll.ttteie; wll t young met. .nid v. omen, young wive and husl.ainl.-- , and all othuis need lo know about, the tiered laws tu,.t govu ern the sex lorces. Plain lu.ilis of i SiX life in relation to hap)iiie "Secieis" of inauiinwi and wurnanliood; sexual abuses, Moual evil, diseases, etc. The latest, most advanced and comprehensive wo.-- that has ever been issued on sexual hygiene. Priceless instruction for those who are readv fcr the true inner teaching. s, This book tells nurses, teachers, lawyers, preachers, social workers, Sunday School teachers and all others, young and old, what all need to know about sex matters. By Winfield Scott Hall, Ph. D, M. D. (Leipzig). Newspaper Comments: "Scientifically correct." Chicago Tribune. "Accurate and Philadelphia Press. "Standard book of knowledge." -- Philadelphia Ledger. The New York World says: "Plain . J truths for those who need or oughtr to ' know thpm fnr tne prevention ot eviK nil Under plain wrapper for only SI 00 ' . Loin or Money Order, postage ten cents, Tells . s .n.u-nag- e. doe-tor- ; pairs of (Juaiaiitecd Hose il wiitten guarantee and a coloi Known .Men's Paradise mw ot our l!aile:s tor ne dollar, and 10c for postage, etc. Y.u know these hoe; they stood the te.M wht n nil others failed. Thry give real foot comfoit. They have no seams to lip. They never becime loose and huggy as the shape is knit in, not d in. They are Guaranteed for pie-eiitiiies, for style, for superiority of iimterial and workmanship, absolutely tail, less and to wear six months without holes, or a new pair free. Don't delay send in vour order before offer expires. Gi e corrf ct size. VVEAK-EVEHOSIERY COMPANY Dayton Ohio. e only, oi aj a !! estiin itti t'li value (ii 35i Th, undersigned hereby - c v..rn niK to all persons not to tre-tiour lands For any pur- ,- whatt-.f- ; we will prosecute all ofici.ik-rto St extent of tho law Hunters ar s ikj a Frontier Days in a Mighty bination With the Com- -- QRMJ MRR1S SHOWS. Great Shows for a Single Price of Admission. Cowboys, Fishermen especially take notice. G. V Elan:. R. L. Elkm. J. W Sweeney bliNU 1'iice John AI. Farra V. G. AncTcrson J. II. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kti'cy. S. C. Henderson, R. AI. Lear. A. J Caddell, W. S. EmLry Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. H. C. Ainold Sarah J. L. Hackley. Ja. G. Conn. S. L. Rich. W. B. Ray. We will add other names for 25 cents cash. lounly Conrt Days. R 2 ! I t i extra. MIAMI PUBLISHING COMPANY Dayton Ohio. There Is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced It incurable. Science has proven Catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore re quires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. Is the only Constitutional cure on the market. It is tnken internally. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case Jt fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. & C" T0,ed' ' Take HaI1' Family Pllla for constipation. Real Indians, Mexicans, and Cossacks. A gathering of the representative Rough Riders of the World. The Nations Own Historical Cowgirls, Amusement. Sensation. A Show with Speed, Excitement and See Big Tom the last of the Buffalo; the Champion Lady Rider; Princess Mohawk. $100. to the man that brings to our tent a horse cr mule our Cowboys can not ride. See Colonel Harris' Trained. Animals; Twenty Funny Clowns. Free exhibition, at Show Grounds at 1 p. m. S'iiSiP Street Parade at 1 p. m. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Monday. Shclbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mond?. Lawrenceburg1, 3rd. Monday. Nicholaavillc, 3rd-- Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. ,fcANCASTER. 4tb. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Alonday. -- Pstj'8 I mm MB The Central Record, Thursday May 21, 1914. to consumer saves all the middle mans profit, also freight, drayage and crating. We are building the best line of Buggies that your money can buy and we sell them to you direct from manufactorer to consumer Either open TOPS We or closed tops A. use best Stengal J4iflflttSflMHK0lfrx S as shown in the cuts. Let us figure with you before you and Rothschild buy your next buggy. No 1 Leather. Our buggies wear better because they are built of better material and built different Take our PITEr T DOUBLE REACH 6EAR. TO BE THE BEST GEAR ON THE MARKET. INSIDE RE-INFOR- CED UP Our Wheels, Pinneo & Daniel, "A" grade dipped in boiling linseed oil before going into the paint shop. This keeps out ail the water. NOTICE We have purchased a large quanity of K. S. Tires and are offering you the extremely low price of $12. for best $10. for 2nd grade and $3.50 for best steel tire put on. R. M. ARNOLD, DANVILLE, KY. 0400000 j nni nmii rinnrnir LULUIUN rAKIUUtO JOOOOO0JvOO0 ripacf txtluiv till. lieartlligl. f 064 Ini (lie CfcClU-fte uss of oiirfHrniermilikCrliiors. i1 i for he '.lc of ttucl giant &ud such things ou Hmi as Hie farmer cauiiflt nfford to No notice Hill .ic oicr font lillr., ud will bfOlll) in 'no loiic l tlic 1ver-tW- c O. Ft has some first class seed corn for sale yellow ?nd white 0. 1!. Shepheid. best variety. Si-pher- d I'aint Lick. Ky It. F. I). new bar-,gai- n. Mr. J V. Walker has a good Studebaker wagon he will sell at ? Sv him at one;. writing. Miss Mattie Preston of Danville is Mr V. A. Lear wants to buy 50 good feeding hogs that will weigh from 90 visiting friends here. Sirs Jewel Montgomery and children to 120 pounds. visited her mother Sunday. v tomato plants, also For The stork visited Mr. and Mrs. James yellow Yam sweet potato plants, 20c. Sparks and left a fine girl Slay 14. per 103. or COO for $1. 00. Mr. and Mrs. Sadie Raney spent gallic B Henderson, Sunday with Mrs. Lige McMillion. Lowell, Ky. Mr. Frank Land and Sir. W. G. Preston were in Crab Orchard last week on business. McOltEAltl'. Mr. SIcMurry of Lock No. 8 attended Sunday school Sunday and visited Horn to Chi wife of Mr. Newt Long Mr. W. G. Preston. a fine boy on (he 12th. SALK:-13arl- y four stock hogs For weighing from 00 to 100 pounder Fred Conn, Lancaster, Ky. SALE:-Twent- COY Mr. Alf Oserybon is real sick HUBBLE at this Sir. W. Leslie Sloan, who has been suffering from Stomach trouble, left Sunday for some springs in Madison. Co. Geo. W. Givens was the guest of Billv Robinson in Garrard Sunday, Sirs. Eliza E. Harris and Miss Levisa were in Stanford, shopping Slonday. Sir. Sam SI, Spoonamore's body was RESETS OF USING HOG-CHOLER- A SERUM. 10.' barrels of corn, the Mr. and Mrs Tildcn Hoover and variety, suitable for Henry Hurl. It. F. I). 1, Creed Simpson motored to Lexington Siied corn Lancaster Ky. Friday. Mr. Tneodore Irvin and wife was the WANlKft To tent about 1.0 acres, or week-en- d guests of Mr. Maurice tess. of grass land for the jear. to Wheeler. Adgraze suine short yeailing cattle. Mr. and Mrs. Dave J'rewitt and two 3t. dress this office. little children are visiting Mr. Marion HAltKSItDKl'. calf and I'rewitt of Nina. 1 Jersey heifer and heifer Rev. Jenkins will lecture at the Whooping Cough. oiie aged brood and work mare. Good Mr. Dave Long was the charming church the second Sunday afternoon, j 'About a year ago my three boys voikeraiy where. Priced to sell. guest of his sister Mrs' Mary B. Wade Sir. Ben Pollard and wife have gone ; nau wuuupiug raugn anu 1 iounu villain- 8 H. Aldridge. Hyattsville Ky. of Jessamins Co. to Decatur 111. to make their future i berlain's Cough Remedy the only one j Mrs. SI. B. Wheeler and daughters home. that would relieve their coughing and Barred I'lymojth Rock eggs for sale, were the pleasant guests of Miss Susie The Ladies of Pleasant Grove church whooping spells. I continued this j will have a strawberry supper Mrs Edd C ow Slershon lecently. at the Jtryantsville P.ione5ilo iiuiijc ui mi. i.ruiiiuu on xuesuay niiit treatment and was surprised to find Mr James Snyder and family visited that it cured the disease in a very short June 2nd. For Sale or Kent. Two good cottages her parents Sir. and Mrs. C. B. Bolton Sirs. Cloteal Burnside and children time," write Sirs. Archie Dalrymple, S. C. Henderson, j pi Iovvcll Ky. and Sunlav For sale by all of Lebanon and Mis Grace Aldriiige Crooksville, Ohio. l.n.ne 27, 3 rings. I'aint Lick exchange, were the gue&ts of Sirs. Hamlett Ald-- I dealers. ridge Tuesday. io;ust pjU at 20 For Slk.-10)- J AUTOMOBILE TIRES George Leavell a colored man of Lan-- i J. W. Tatem. c Ms each. caster has just completed the job ot IC. F. ft. No. 1 Lvicaster, Ky. I papering the AT FACTORY PRICES church. The committee on repairs were very much pleased and IIST:- - between Lancaster pnd AND BEAUTIFUL COLORED complimented the woik very highly. an envelope containing j SAVE FROM 30 lo 60 PER CENT J: J3..V). Finder please leturnand icceive , j Tom Hicksor, toward. EVERYTHING A HAN NEEDS Tube Tire 1'Jiiiie no J. $1.C5 28x3 $ 7.20 $1 Complete Shaving Outrjt $1 7.80 1.95 30x3 Many are rich, rare, pictures of .For Uknt Seven loom dwelling on 10 10 Articles 10. SO 2.80 33x3i BEAUTIFUL MODELS AND street, well impioved.- - will 2.95 11.90 32x3 ACTRESSES lent cheap. To advertise our Universal Shaving 3.00 12.40 31x3 g Sam F.ulev. Also a Outfit and Universal Products we will 13.70 3.35 32x4 for a limited time only, send this well FOUNTAIN PEN 3.50 14.80 . ....,-...- . 33x4 r.f I.!.. jii milium lll.t. HI,.,- lids piling ui ma ....nmiilttt I ivaituil .iiuaa worth $3. Shaving Outfit for $1.00. We 3.G0 If.. 80 31x4 All for only 50 cents ) t is the Boone peed corn for saU. sell our products to the consumer direct 3Cx4 3.90 17.8" County While variety and there is none and therefore you save all agents' proThe greatest bargain in beautiful 4.85 19.75 35x4 J better He also has several hundred fits which as you know are very lerge. cards and rare art pictures ever offered. 1 !.&5 4.90 36x41 pjdiids of honey for sale. 1 Hollow Ground Razor. Slany are hard to obtain and have sold 37x4 21.50 5.10 1 Lather Brush. singly for the price we ask for all. 24.90 5.90 37x0 I have foriale about 1000 bundles of I Razor Strop, Canvas Back, These will go quickly to all lovers of Non-Ski- d All other sizes in stock, sheaf oats, also a nice coming 1 Nickel Easel Back Mirror. the beautiful in nature who appreciate mare mule. tires 15 per cent additional, red tubes 1 Barber Towel. rare art pictures of well developed Jessin Barlow, All new. ten per cent above gray. 1 Bar Shaving Soap. models. lt.F.n.Nj.:t. Lancaster. Best clean, fresh, guaranteed tires, 1 Box Talcum Powder. g fountain pen A reliable standard and independent makes, Buy 1 Decorated China Slug. free with each order. These alone have Woods, of Faint Lrck, has direct from us and save money. 5 per Mr. J. B. 1 Aluminum Barber Comb. sold for one dollar in stores. pspieidid woik horse and a lot of )tye ; cent discount if payment in full ac1 Bristle Hair Brush. The 100 beautiful cards and pen all will sell cheap. O. ta, on 10 Wiitej companies each Older. C. in bundle, he Each outfit packed in neafbox $1.00. j for but 50c and 10c in stamps for postper cent deposit. Allowing examina- Coin or Money Order, postage 10c ex age. him. tion. tra. Fo Salk:-- second hand sutry m ART PORTRAYAL CO. SALES CO.' TIRE FACTORIES UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS CO, C. S. Cotton, repair. good Dayton Ohio. Dayton Ohio. Dayton Ohio. D,?pt. A. Paint Lick, Ky. F'orSile: Mrs, John Hill and mother Mrs. Have Long Sunday. visited y brought to his late home. Saturday morning from Danville where- he died Wednesday evening at the hospital. The funeral services were held Sunday Walker afternoon by Elders and PoIIitt. After which his body was interred in Bellevue cemetery in Danville. A large concourse of relatives and For The Torpid Liver. His wife and "1 have used Chamberlain's Tablets friends were present. daughter, Sliss Jewel having arrived off and on for the past six years whenever my liver shows signs of being in a from California Friday evening. Sliss Elizabeth Lute3 went to Lexdisordered condition. They have al ways acted quickly and given me the I ington. Saturday for a visit to friends. desired reliet," writes Mrs. F. H. Slisses Slary Lee and Elizabeth E. Trubus, Springville, N. Y. For sale Givens were visitors in Hustonville by all dealers. last week, and attended 1-- i j m yant-sville 41-.- POSTJARDS Self-Fillin- - four-year-o- ld 33-in- self-fillin- A Below we give a complete record of the hogs treated bv the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, during the month of March. Careful inspection of the report shows that of the We have them in prices from One to 5,701 hogs, 1047 were either suffering from hog cholera or sick and suspicious Ten Dollars. animals. It will be noted that 340 of sick and suspicious animals died after the administration of the serum, while I the 4,654 healthy hogs treated, the loss) was practically nothing. The 340 hogs represented an absolute loss of $3,000 which could have been prevented had the serum been used before the hogs were taken sick. This report should remove B. F. HUDSON, President. J. J. WALKEK. Vice Prest. any doubt as to the efficiency of the W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. r. Joe J. Walker, Jr.. serum in preventing and controlling W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. outbreaks of hog cholera. APPARENTLY HEALTHY HERDS. ORGANIZED 1SS3. No. Herds treated simultaneously 34 No. hogs treated simultaneously 96S No. hogs suspicious (Temper202 ature over 103.5 per cent) No. Hogs reported 936 OF LANCASTER. KY. No. Hogs not reported 35 No. Herds reported 32 No. Herds not reported 2 90G No. Hog treated lived This bank i3 supervised by the United States Government No. Hogs treated died from Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all all causes. 30 90.7 per cent. things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. 3 3 per cent. Slake this bank YOUR bank. SUSPICIOUS AND INFECTED HERDS. No Herds treated Serum- Alone and Simulteneously. tion in Congress have been sick, but i; i:i Ut No Hogs treated Serum-Alon- e are again able to attend to theirduties 1 mn and Simulteneously. Three persons were killed outright No Hogs Suspicious (TemperaSir Huam Kay and familw visited Sir 127 and three others fatally injured Sunday tures over 103.5 per cent). 960 near Indianapolis when a fast moving Hugh Kurtz recently. No Hogs reported 70 traction car struck an automobile in No Hogs not reported Sliss Elsie Whitaker spnt Sundy 24 which they were riding. No Aerds reported with her homefolks. No Herds not reported 1 The entertainment given Slonday No Hogs treated lived 909 Sir. and Sirs. A- - C. Sliles spent Sun's night by Sliss Smith's and Sirs. No Hogs treated died from all pupils proved a great success. day at Nicholasville. 51 causes 94. G per cent. Sliss Anderson's pupils entertained the j Sir. and Sirs. Robert Long spent 5.4 per cent. audience with "a Flag Drill. Sunday at Sir. Abe Burtons. SUSPICIOUS AND SICK HERDS? Democratic leaders are hopeful of 86 No Herds given Serum-Alon- e getting a vote on the Canal Bill next Sir. Jno Brown bought 9 head of catNo Hogs given Serum-Alon- e 3,072 Slonday. Advocates of repeal are con- tie at $35 per head, from Sir F. Land. I No Hogs Suspicious (Tem... .lull T .l.nvn V1UI1CV . IVKceoa T?tltk fident of its passage by a safe majority .fftioovo nuku hajf nn.l Aa&Udld r?..ll 718 peratures over 203,5 per cent) while its opponents claim to be equally were visitors at Coy the first of the 2,817 confident of its failure of passage. No Hogslreported week. 255 No Hogs not reported A canvass of the delegates to the Miss Agnes Sliles is spending the 79 No Herds reported Baltimore convention as to their at7 titude toward the proposed exemption week with Sliss Nancy Long of LanNo Herds not reported 2,558 of Panama Canal Tolls shows that 702 caster. No Hogs treated lived No Hogs treated died from all The Sunday School District Convenof the number side with the President 239 causes on thej subjecc, while only tion meets at Gunns Chapel Sunday in his views 90,9 per cent. 127 are in favor of fiee tolls, The afternoon at 3 oclock. 8.2 per cent, Kentucky delegation is reported as There will be preaching at Buckeye. being solid for the repeal. Just after preaching Saturday the old President Wilson has served notice carpet and roof will be sold. on Gov. Amnions of Colorado that Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ray and Mr; and peace must be maintained in the coal Reports of damage to the growing regions of his state without the ' pres- Sirs. J. R. Ray and family spent Sun wheat crop in the west ov Hessian fly ence of Federal troops, and has an- day at Mrs. Permelia Bogie's. gave a marked upward tendency to the nounced that the troops will be 'withMisses Her Hill and Minnie Brown wheat market last week. drawn so soon as the state has had are spending the week at the home Both Senator Bradley and Congress time to resume complete sovereignty Mrs. Forest Stapp'a.i They will attend ' man Sherley of the Kentucky delega- - and control commencement while there. THE SEASON IS ON Drug McRoberts Store. Book-Keepe- Citizens National Bank Surplus $40,000. Capital $50,000. Dar-nold- I General News. of ' j,