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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 28, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914052801_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 28, 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. TWENTY FIFTH YEAS. &&&3C3SMZ& THE CENTRAL RECORD. SXK Keep Out PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNI8HED .DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER, KY.f THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 28, 1914. Saturday is Decoration Day. NUMBERS. 1 ENTERTAINES IN HONOR Y, Home grown strawberries are on the un- market. OF DR. Brown Mauley Riding CULTIVATOR. Cut your weeds. They are both sightly and breed disease. AH of our typhoid patients are able to be upon the streets again. The Flies and the surest plan is to Blackberries are blooming and the indications are for a full crop. B. F. Walter. Dentist office west sida pd. Lexington street, Lancaster Ky. The streets will be oiled, probably early next week. Who says we are not progressive? Farmers are -- "plowing over" their corn, some of them, others are not yet through planting. The burning of an outhouse at the home of Mr. F. B. Frisbie on last Friday called out the fire department. Painting and paper hanging. Work H. D. Elmore, 0. K. or no pay. Lancaster, Ky. SCREEN so screen I HOUSE early and be ready when the flies come. Our It was a mean burglar who stole Harrv Tomlinson's "best nants" iust when he had such urgent need of them. The county Fair season is rapidly approaching and Garrard county people are saving up money to take away from home to spend. Fisherman are reporting splendid success, however, we are compelled'to be contented with reports as we have seen no fish of any consequence. Keep in step with the progressive your premises oiled. It is inexpensive and will afford you lots of pleasure. Store is Headquarters for all kind and sizes of screen. Windows, Doors and both Black and Galvanized screen cloth. Get our prices before you buy. spirit of the community, expend a few dollars in having the street in front of 1W OFFICE. Dr. B. F. Walter has opened up his new office on Lexington street adjoining the Lancaster Bottling plant and is now better prepared than ever before to serve his friends and patients. Give him a call. SATURDAY A HOLIDAY. CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. , Saturday is Decoration day. The banks will be closed, the postoffice will observe holiday hours and the rural routes will not run upon that day. STRAWBERRY SDPPER. 3m&l The Ladies of the Methodist Church of Paint Lick will conduct a strawberry supper Saturday night, May 30th, over Fish & Hammack's store room. Admission 25 cents. BE SORE AND COME. 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, There will be a game of base ball at Hyattsville Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock, between Hyattsville and Hack-le- y. .There are some fine players on both sides and a hot contested game is expected. The Hyattsville boys have a good field on which to play with good shade, and you should go out and see these young men play. claims to the democracy of Garrard county at the court house Monday. He was greeted by a large audience and was accorded the very best of attention, speaking for nearly two hours and holding the attention jf his hearers until the conclusion of his remarks. Gov. McCreary has many friends in Garrard and there is a kindly feeling throughout the county for him. He arrived here Sunday afternoon and spent the night at the Kengarlan and a ALL ROADS LEAD TO constant stream of visitors called upon CRAB ORCHARD NOW. him during the stay, and everyone felt it their duty to make the sojourn of Crab Orchard is the our Chief Executive a pleasant one. leading summer resort of the- - state, leading because all roads lead to it at this time of the year, leading because you have set before you a tempting array of the delectable things to eat that thoroughlv satisfies the inner man, leading because the genial hosts, "Pa and Ma Willis", conduct the springs in SECTION TO BE such a way as to elicit the admiration of all. The hotel and grounds have OILED AT ONCE. been put in the best of condition, carpenters, painters and white washers Following a recent suggestion of the have been busy for weeks. Because of Record, the streets of Lancaster are to their ability to always feed and house be oiled. The oil has been ordered and large crowds, because of their ability is expected the latter part of this week to always draw delightful people to and the work of putting it on the gether, Crab Orchard has grown streets will begin immediately upon its steadily in popular favor and this year arrival. The Square will be oiled and ten new rooms have been furnished, each street down to the first cross "Pa and Ma" are as ready and anxious street, the city bearing half the exas ever to serve and please the public pense, the remainder being paid by and we predict this will be their banner private subacribtions of the property season, owners. A car load of oil has been ordered, and if there be any left, which there doubtless will, it will be furnishODD FELLOWS WILL ed to the citizens at cost, about seven cents per gallon, which together with MAKE MERRY. the cost of putting iton will not amount The local lodge of Odd Fellow3 will to much, and taking into consideration make merry on next Saturday night the great amount of comfort it affords in their lodge . room with asupper will be money well spent. Many citizans all over town have in for the members and their families. The pass word will be taken at dicated their intention of oiling and we the door and this means that'only mem- expect to see each street oiled in the This will mean bers in good standing will be eligible uptown district. for admittance. However, the mem- great lessening of the draft on a the bers will bring their families and those water works, as it will not be neceswho have no families may bring their sary o sprinkle after the streets are sweethearts. There will be an abun- oiled and the water used at present for dance of good things to eat as these sprinkling far exceeds that used for all other purposes combined. people never do things by halves. Lancaster is nothing if not progres On Sunday afternoon this lodge will decorate the graves of their departed sive, and we have some neighboring t brothers. They in their lodge towns far more pretentious who would room at 2:30 o'clock and march in a do well to emulate the example set body to the cemetery. AH brothers them. Our people rise heroically to all If who can do so are requested to bring occasions, be it great or small. streets need oiling, they are quickly flowers. ready, each one to come up with his part, or if it be the greater undertakCHAS POINDEXTER ing of building a hotel to replace one burned, they are equally as ready to PDTS THE "DRAW" to bridge the . give of their means difficulty. The beautiful home of Capt. T. A. Elkin was the scene of a delightful occasion last Friday morning when he entertained the Doctors of the town and a few intimate friends in honor of Dr. Lewis McMurtry. A delightful buffet lunch was served while the genial Dr. and his old friends and associates reminisced, told jokes and enjoyed being together once more. Although Capt. Elkin is keeping bachelors hall, he is managing to enjoy himself and entertain his friends as well. Attentive Audience. Gov. McCreary presented his The King of Cultivators. We have sold IS S CAR LOADS of these cultivators STREETS IN in Garrard County. BUSINESS All are working and giving satisfaction. They require few re pairs and are guaranteed by HASELDEN BROTHERS Wholesale and Retail Hardware. rfF Specialist. THE 3F1E BYRNE Scientific MEANS MEANS MEANS a thorough examination of your eyes by a specialist of 16 years experience, without change. Saving expenses of trip to city and prescription charges. will-mee- IN HYDRAULIC. Mr Charles Poindexter, a man of many medhanical accomplishments and a clever gentleman, has cappad the climax of his many acoomplishments by putting the draw in dydraulic and then putting the entire outfit to a practical use. Mr. Poindexter has recently in stalled upon the farm of Mr William McKechnie near Marcellus, a system of water works which surpasses anything of the kind in this part of the country. He has placed at a large spring on the premises a Hydraulic Ram, which ele vates the water to a height of 300 feet and distributes it over the entire farm of some 300 acres, with sufficient force for all ordinary purposes. Mr McKechnie has the water supply distributed oyer his entire premises including bath room, etc., at his dwelling and throughout the various fields on the farm. BOLD BURGLAR "GOES DOWN THE LINE" On Richmond Street. a proper correction by glasses of any Optical defect or eye strain at prices you can afford to pay. AH white metal frames best lenses $2.50 to 4.00 $4.50 to $6.50 Gold filled frames $7.50 to $10. Solid Gold frames, best lenses $5.00 to $7.50 "Shurns" best lenses "KRYPTOKS" "TORIC" and "COMPOUMD" Lenses not included in the above prices. POOR MAN'S FRIENDS. Blackberries are blooming luxuriantly. They succeeded in holding off until the passing of all the different kinds of winter and now if the unforseen does not happen to them, we will have a splendid crop of this luscious fruit, and everybody will have "jam" to go on their biscuit during the next winter. Incidentally sugar has advanced 40 cents per hundred in sympathy with the prospects for a good berry crop. Tuesday, June 9th, at two o'clock. This place contains 250 gacres of productive land, 175 acres now in young grass and blue grass, 75 acres now in corn and tobacco. THE FARM IS WELL IMPROVED, WELL FENCED, BUSINESS CHANGES. Mersrs Whitlock & Walker have sold their meat shop and grocery business on the north side of the public square to Messrs Howard & Aker, and possession has already been given to the new firm. We understand that Mr. Whitlock will leave shortly for Oklahoma to reside. Roscoe Whitlock came to Lan caster several years ago from Madison county and engaged in business; He is a.quiet gentlemanly young man, a good business man and splendid citizen and during his stay in Lancaster has made a host of friends who are soiry to see him eave. A WORD TO LANCASTER BASE BALL PLAYERS. Paint Lick, Kirksville, White's Station. Silver Creek and Point Leavell, desire to form a Base Ball League and are very anxious that Lancaster place a team in the league. conmay Now boys you sider these small places a little too insignificant for you to go up against, you may be seeking what you consider larger game, but just you tackle any one of these teams and we will venture to say that you will get the conceit taken out of you. The people of the upper section of the county are greatly interested in this matter and are patronizing the Saturday afternoon games liberally, the grounds are close and no hard drives are to be made, you will receive courteous treatment and would derive consideiable pleasure from joining this league, and we would not consider it at all beneath your dignity to become a member, Remember "better a large fish in a small pond than a small fish in a large once , and we are not so sure you would be the big fish either. Send a representative to Point Leavell Sat urday afternoon authorized to do busi ness and consult with them. CARD OF THANKS. 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 HOPE THEY MARE A MILLION. Reports from Tulsa Okla., are that Messrs W. I. Williams and Bob Davidson have struck a "gusher" in digging for oil, and that they have a money maker in their oil holdings, the land having been taken in as an attorneys fee,, and for which they have been offered $150,000. Not being on the scene and therefore illy qualified to offer advice on the subject, in view of the experience of some other Lancaster people in the oil business, we would respectfully suggest to the boys that they sell now "while the Belling is Jtood". 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 sait purchaser. the sale of 4 flT. ? A. EbKlN; LANCASTER, ,KY. ,v .. "wr-i-h-i 3 . jt- - I take this opportunity of thanking the people for their valuable assistance PLANTS. wmen uiey renuereu me uunug my FOR SALE. I have an unlimited supply of guar illness. I feel that I owe them a debt anteed varietys tomato plants, and will of gratitude which I can never fully .Five squares of Cortright Shingles. 'lorn have sweet potato plants in season. py. Pd. W. A. Wheeler. D. D. S Mrs. George Smith Sr. tf Lancaster people have been congratu lating themselves upon being free from the instrusions of burglars who have been plying their calling in neighboring towns, but "he who Iaugh3 last laughs best", and one, or maybe more, who knows, swooped down on Lancasterand literally "mopped up". Theresidences of Mr. R. H. Tomlinson, Judge Ford, Mr. Long, Mayor Davidson, Mr. Romans and others came in for his attention, and from the diversity of articles taken the intruders intended equipping themselves for living during the re mainder of the summer. At each place their efforts seemed to have first been turned toward securing what cash was in the house, and after that clothing, eateables and anything of value was taken. At the home of Mr. J. E. Stormes, which was also among those visited, Mrs. Stormes' pocket book containing a small amount of money was all that was secured; at the home of Mr. Long they secured his pocket book containing a few dollars, alJudge Ford's they took the Judge's pants from the head of his bed where he was asleep, took them into the dining room and abstracted the pocket book, searched a bond box which was sitting in his room, secured Lige's pants and left for Mr. Tomlinson's next door, here they took Miss Annell'a pocket book containing $5. Mr. Tomlinson's pocket book, contents unknown, Harry's pocket book containing about $18. and the heaviest blow of all, made way with the latter gentlemans best suit which he had just bought for an especial occasion, just what the occasion was we are not at liberty to state. At Mayor Davidson's they succeeded in getting into the kitchen and pantry where they evidently appeased their hunger, but were unable to get into the remainder of the house. , No clew to the burglars have been found. A Wild West show was exhibiting in that part of the city that evening, and it is the theory of many that the thief or thieves was with the show, however this is merely supposition, and no one has an idea wbelthe &J thief really was. Specialist in Eye Glass Fitting will be at LANCASTER. KY.. MONDAY. J. J. BYRNE VttHJti AT L, HAY 11 KNliAltiAN UUlfiL. TO 30. n rJ p i IMiiBlNlffiPMI 11 Htflrli JgpRiCar Si BhI ilia CHE el -- Hfe. Ira Set your plants with the Bemis Tobacco Planter your plants will grow better and. make better tobacco and will ripem from two to' three week's earlier. For Vs. Sale by. hrm '4OT8 etr M'Jte . .j f fei-- ? rt. fcjfr'5.'ir''j(.,fe.tt.-.-- rjatA? r tii;ts JJ Page 2 : RHEUMATISM The Central Record, Thursday May 28, 1914. AND BRIGHT'S - I PAINT r5 t.- - Busies, Wagons. Harness. PHONE 2' of the little folks in Miss Hendren's grades when they gave"The Enchanted ms F rof. budlong Was Quickly Kehered Ut Wood" to the public. On both occaTESTIMONY. sions each little tot performed his or ' Beth Afflictions by Using Rkeuma. her part with the ease that would have If you suffer from any form of Rheu- Many Lancaster Citizens Have Profited done credit to older heads and each matism, remember that RHEUM A goes showed the patient, careful training By It. to work quickly to remove the cause, that had been given them by their S "Agsilon of Mv'ic Paint not simply to relieve the distress. Many If you have backache, urinary troub- - teachers. covers inori: suil.-t;- , ma4-i) years' use has demonstrated that it ! les, days of dizziness, headaches or Thursday evening t le pupils of the longer, j.mj itorv- Ircec i' sh of the disease and ex- - j nervousness, strike at the seat of the High School preseiiiel the play "Tomgoes to the seat M under the t.han Ke I . 7i- .- . , T.O.. r. J.lii.C-l... l ,., yjK li .- pels the poisonous matter through the trouble. These are often the symptoms my's Wife" toane lduiiiastic audience. '. "i reauy tuisva faints." J natural channels the kidnevs, bowels, i 0f weaij kidneys and there is grave We feel sure that tiie public will justiliver ana skin. Wk danger in delay. Doan's Kidney Pills fy us in saving it wis one of the best xry-- f . I' H Wi j 'a "For many years I was troubled with are especially prepared for kidney plays produced by I icil talent we have also with Bright's Disease ments are endorsed by over 30,000 ever sien hii'1 we wish we had time and I 'H- of the Kidneys. I suffered awfully. pe0ple. Your neighbors recommend space to give liuii, 'Un i! mention to i.Ai I! V lWmL 1 VTitS fc. '3 i Fi tried many advertised remedies. Alter . tni3 remedy have proved its merit in each of the mu'iihcii ! this little com, , - ".?? yr k?T5? .,1 1" SS PI iIBi l',V,-'. i 2 M ! usiugyour truly remarkable preparation many tests. Lancaster readers should pany. , Mi J r ' UU73! VI 'fci RHEUMA, I was fully cured." Prof. take fresh courage in the straightforFinding that tin mool auditorium t !. vi C. J. Budlong, Sound View, Conn. ward testimony of a Lancaster citizen. was t'o smill t e unf tibly hold the t r m. .tit iw i l.rztnB t RHEUMA is guaranteed by R. E. I W. M. Zanone. Campbell and Crab ' large audifuce Hi" li nl bten gathering j f "" i'i Xfr i iui Mcltoberts who sells it for 50c a bottle. Orchard Sts., Lancaster Ky., says; each uay lo the vrt (entertainments. i i v, . t vt ii. .. rvi,- ' rf --tiJ . v I m "My kidneys were disordered and the it was decided lhi i'i jciaduating ex iSSi Lead. ' ''Ihi.. 'eed Ou kidney secretions were irregular in ercises on Fillip . v r int should bet OxJde am' N til WIS A VI.VI'A p in correct passage and contained sediment. I had held in ML Taoir i n. As this was ?&',. s&y V JJ?Rx SJ&4 (Delayed Letter.) xV . Mk. 1 i AX pains in my back and sides and when I the first giauual g ( uiss from the ! t'MT '" lahartrstooped, I had difficulty in straighten- High School uniii ' mt rest was felt 'M Iince Securest was in Lancaster ing. Finally, I used Doan's Kidney by every ni.e nj r tare Was taken ' Tuesday on business. to make the ocea-i- i i ie long to he re- Pill and they relieved me." , - -- r .'.raaKO to i Mr. .ind Mrs, J. B. Ruble were Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim- membered. b. ..!., a .s were Scaslee : . M r-Co. Doan's to the three ,i.u.u ply ask for a kidney remedy-ge- t viMtiv ;!i Danville Monday. S ojteriliir, I' . a Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Znnone Kucker, Em i i ; ' Mr. fa epli- Uetiie Hill visited her &on in Co., Props, Buf- - en Todd, i.n. i i m ,i lead theii.es had. Foster-Milbur- n Danville the first of the week. '"$& i a that were ihi mselvea and ' ' In tin ii Waylor spent Sunday with i i'JB their teatin. . l. , i i.i& wele a so his m id Walker Poore of Wilmore. presented lo a i.ni eia-- s wlio had Mi Dju Akins and sister visited graduuteii Jiu n nil Common School. i:k relatives in Wilmore part of last week. v Delightful mu-.l- i if uciered b .'.is -Kt" ' KesM-a- . It. L. Elkin and Hughes of uur.- - n little .Miss Margiret Mr. George Treadway spent Wednes- Cotton aim , Lancaster were here on business Friiiv.V. Jge. li i. day in Richmond. day. Beagle ot the L.nasU: Baptist cliunh Prof. G. L. Waterbury of Union gave the audi est .o l ie gtaduates on Mrs. Belle Poore of Wilmore visited "J friends and attended church here Sun-Ji- City, was a visitor here the past week. "L.lte's lUec.s , a aiming Hddretthdt interested ano held me uire audience, h There will be services at the Chris-tio- n ' church on the first Sunday in June, and thus cu- it l. c A3iss Flo a Ruble has returned to her rv.& v? i l; J & x ST4 (iTttF & E5 JTS, 4 B . liigu ociuhjI, one ot ' T. nn,nu a (iicasaiii. .:.- - I.. xlAnnnn 2a , p .uo'i'c in t!ts"irtiiiiin: Miss Agnes Henderson came Satur- - of the Fdiui 7r jj aibui . which patio 'j i i. and teachers w -" !.,. dao to be the guest of Mrs. A. B. lOlli kl,lm p oiid Inis school is should reel jusny Estridge. r i Clay of Lancaster is uii n and with the a splendid in-Ky SitingHamilton Jr., Mrs. M. A. his grand-mothMiss Mattie Cabel Woods is at home hearty cooper m i of me t entire comit ?he ono place vsis -- vS jnest enjoy a vac&iion llaii'lton. for the vacation fron Madison Institute munity it win prove a power for good c --?r-r; or rccreatihavo not the space Miss Florence Christopher was the at Richmond. and a blessing hers io toH of ilie of iisc "e;tcr- -. Nort-Mr. George Treadway spent several guest of fiiends in Lancaster the first To the regret of a host of fiiend3 days at his farm in t he Buena Vista Prof. London and Miss Tinder will not of the weel. .W?SSLri&&f Miss Hoi n has returned to her home section this week. ' be with us i,r ' . un Piof. (i. L. ' &J'v ,S noa- - Hami-bui" after teaching here Mr. and Mrs R. G. Woods and Waterbuiy. .vti of the the past school term. children motored to Russell Springs on school last , has uuen elected prinMiss cipal to succe- - Pr it. Loi.don. Mrs. H. S. Christopher was called to Friday to spend several days. I ICN " 'NG OL.r TENNIS Lexington Saturday by the illness of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Burchell entertain- Tinder's plate ii - not i).eii filled as i.J) V MOUNTAIK CLiMSiNG &.73l'Z 1 and Heniien ed Prof, and Airs. R. A. London at a yet, but Mitses Jotii-.her biother Mr. McConn. .-- I RIDING DRIVING MOTORING 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harris of Louisville lovely 6 o'clock dinner on Monday even- have their same positions. ing. s. were here this week in interest of the a' Children's Home at that place. The Baptists have purchased of Mr. :. &'AA'tVA14S t&? HendcrsonvHle, Waynesville. Hot Springs, Tyrcn, Mrs. I I). Hacker and little daughter Walter Hammack his beautiful home Brvprrl Salada, Flat Rock left Wednesday to spend part of their on the northern end of town for a parr Aj.aslc-K- ". -..- -. ?r5.-..LtK I'oxn. . . sonage. vacation with relatives at Berea. wx fs Uiaw'.n'BJVp Misses Crutcher and Ratcliffe of the Mr. L. H. Ruble and family and Miss Horn spent Saturday and Sunday with Richmond Normal spent the week-en- d R REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE OF Mr. J. W. Munday and family of as the guests of Miss Stella McWhorter at her beautiful country home. Georgetown. ILLUSTRATED 320 PAGES. S There will be preaching at New Hope LexingMr. John L. Christopher of PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH Tells all about sex matters; what ton spent from Saturday until Monday church on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock ft! with Mr. J. T. Christopher and J. .E. bv Rev. W.'.M. Eldridge. At this young men and oinen. oung wives For further information nee local aeent, or address. i B. H. Todd, D. ?. A. Louisville, Ky. time the sacrament of 'the Lord's and husbands and ill others need to Scott and family. know about the sacred laws that govw"' uc aul""uale Prof. I. D. Hacker left Monday for ouW" ut; u mm m ' ii.1 irjaci" eftSKjr ifVAfl . IViin truths of Normal resuming his duties as ! Quite a number wme out to witness ern the sex fmce-Tm iMaeMonwMMnamamiM the performance of the "I. X. L. sex life in r.i..tn u t.i happiness in student again after a successful term ? "' ' -- . "Seciets" of manhood and Co" on Friday afternoon and riage. e refreshed' as, principal of the High and Graded Tl'l .'n.miwmriL'.s. l v gMr wn a'i KTZi social evil. evening. Altho a small company they womanhood; - u d i s, School heie. fir-- aiajcgg-angiiwwicMg JC. uiseases, eii. gave a very creditable performance. 111 The latest, ino- -t . Kanctd and com- 1. 1 was hostess at a , , , prehensive . I. iln t has ever bten ,. ., , . -Zf-- '-?uiiuiig oh monuuy. xnose wno enioyeu :issued on y. bxipn' Priceless , Miss Rucker s hospitality were Mrs. ,, i .. ,r ... mstructio ei 'i for r . xvemuer oi cexingion, miss uarnekb the true nail r t- -.. i Agnes Henderson, Mrs. Patrick and , ,",-,.'teachers, doc. This book tells nur-e- s, i,S( H work I i tors, lawyers, prepcher, social Prof, and Mrs. R. A. London left ers, Sunday Io teachers and all this week for Henderson, Ky., where others, jotin;.' l o'd, iut ail need to We know about e mat er-thev will spend the summer. Bv Winfield everyone knows r-e Ford. 7. ties regret giving up these estimable Scott Hall. Ph. D, M. D. (Leipzig). H people and many good wishes go with dependable that cleau-cu- i, 1 Newspaper Comments: them in their future home. r fi h "Scientili ail-, conect." Chicago Bi't o tJj. in every ligiilnesa a On Thursday evening Mrs. A. B. Tribune. "Aeur te srd Estridge was hostess at a well appoints Philade!i' .. 1'tt.s- -. ' dta nlaid book Ihe one car olJ in numbers tbe llermndt'-ssciiuine ly 'l as''- ed 6 o'clock dinner in honor of the of knowledge " Philadelphia Leilger. teachers of the High School. Those The New York Wond world over. It's "Plain o.ijs: ..- t.i ureseou were m.sses aonuaon, m- l i...uer, tnJthg f)r v.,(( UQ or t i1? COAIPANY COCA-COLTHL Hendren, Anderson, Mrs. Garnett know theR1 its a better car sold at a ioYer price ,h(f t.V(,nt;, of evUs ATLAKTA, GA. Kemper of Lexington. Messrs Sam VVhenc i.t pUlI1 ,.ril,fper for oniy $1.00. Under ZV' Denny and Con Asher. ,ou cc an or Money 0ri!t,r 1oslllfil. ttfn cents. oi tbe Ford ri" Five hundred doUnrs is tbe pi-&& Little Miss Geneva Logsden suffered extra. Vrrov v'' .. frr iboiit ;th" tounrg ear C e . ; ! . ie lc- - of C . Z MIAMI PUBLISHING COMPANY r claims to what might have ben a serious acciand tell the truth about our en fifty-- f. o. h. Octroil. cojuplute with jMipment. dent on last Thursday morning when the Uajton Ohio, your Gel catalog ard pa- - ticulars front family horse kicked at her as she ran CJe?mng, Pressing and Dyeing Trade. past him striking her in the forehead ZZZZ znA'sa jazaaacn., ,'xmrffsrrss fzamz: .. t? . We want all the work we can get, he with his hoof. She was badly bruised The Madison Garage, fiorstr .d. t rn i FOR YOUR BEN give the but the many friends of the little lady 1 lUchmcad, Kv; r caue we know that we ctn n.tttitid.l t i s; I'eiiautd I- LmgGk ii . r t norm-wen- t satisfaction. But it are delighted to know she escaped so Diaw i of little use for us to know this un- - lightly, Or Conn's Garage, Laacester, Ky. Yale and Hamrd. w'i 9 in. x 24 in. V The past week witnessed the closing f. I 'III i if li'-- we lpt the pub I know it too. Af , . : 11. ii.-- . r Ifr'!1-Michigan Princeton. . ior .. inui ... i Ccnel!, vj ian exercises oi iraini. xjick a Consolidated ii pauou is buic t IM)Ti'iflA'i t:t;- - I- - . a Jx.u. th- - quality of our work and that School, and seldom have we had so Each 7 ia. 21 in. On much pleasure in so short a time. p ' :t Wednesday morning a goodly crowd All best qu ilil v felt with felt headw-.'- sr v "7 f 3 assembled in the school auditorium to ing, streamers. lotier- - und mas ot rx- 1 r .JCIhJ tisMBB! f. , -Thi siilcnihd witness the dramatizingof'Cinderella" ecuted in proper colon , busi'i'jss witJi a t ion by the pupils of Miss Tinder's room assortment for oO cents hag an accent at. tir I ftlfiiVuB- -' 1. .J & while on Wednesday evening all the and 5 stamps to iav pot:ige. Send now. "j well loved characters of Mother Goose HOWARD SPKCULI COMPANY LOUIP FAULKNER, Mgr. Gmvi txi & i rust Co. Davlnn Ohio. once more came to life in the persons un Phone 230, IJ tel ' e way. r" Y s' re i Jn iiie (RuiieM In a bu-i- p if loui luf .11 - ar ' !" ill! , 'lit R! 'ecui " DISEASE Sherwin-Willia- STRAIGHTFORWARD 1 The Painter li.-i- M iT Wi H4L', & wL Knows Good Paint He says:- 1 ?.. I I w $r fcri' gl tpltJk 3P r .- iii r Mttg ."-- vt r Wwl v r. JimiMwm BSteJdl. ' t- -- h ,(II -- ar i I 1 m3 JPftiaftinf ft JS-.ggj- '"" - FiE -- 1 l SI IS ft. m iv a! fe .., prei-ented- r; 1F .Mi-s- . 1 ,!-- lVl Kimwcoerts 1 4 Etc.! i. i v. try ?J)f - , LUUcUJ IM BRYA'TSVILLE. -- "- "',:,,, pu-'il-- Vs s rw-wrgrap-srs' "jfj-sjfe'- S, - 'KtklA e rnSMiP ye-tr- 2VE THE OPEN 1 -- m imsi'u .a. m ijauffl?53 j. :er Lrt:'s SEXOAL OTHER NOTED RESORTS MANY ECCELLENT HOTELS Here! KNOWLEDGE SOUTHERN RAILWAY ! frawg'-H-irgyy- W r.3 mar-Ran- 3 p f f ,..,.. s- tr!''' Y -- .1 ,- sew i i Sip by sip bcye's pure niovrnenl cool com- 1 1 i'Mvi . a Soiisn&d thirst uemea pai ari o 'oc B andsirenjih Le I-'- A? We Speak By The wVj ff u popularbecause e v Card I m ! i- - -- ' -- vI Q'te 1 5 5 1 ce ?.. n; -!. ' i P V ' - lifiml TZ' Lancaster " -- Ljfcj B ssarasr"e;ro n- - Cleaning Co id ?, irard BaiiK &, Trust company : 'T Mj xssEzsssZdjms-,.- .:.... t WASHINGTON 'i TH A. R NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Good paint guarantees your house against decay, just as good insurance guarantees you against loss by fire, 'Anyold" paint is no more safe than any oldr" UBUiUVC You want sound insurance nd ?l Pennsylvania Avenue, al ISm & H. Sts. ri .XJ :..,. Raws, Ctlittii Bit) 510, .uu up. Ii VHITE HOUSE- - Cap' i el $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Pres't Book-Keepe- Hanna's Green Seal Paint If you know about paint, look at the formula on every can of Green. Seal. It is the perfect formula for a smooth, elastic, durable paint. FOR SALE BY " OVERLOOKS )EN IY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice R.1 Jmpry, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. GlLL, c Ja Sf n' n'n (' 1 llli"1! 'ill. fe Ekgant Appointments, Palm. Court, Indian Grill Eoom, Tea Room' f 'Ill Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L." Gilh Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. CONN BROTHERS i Xi't CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. aVWa .u sv - j- - t-- J The Central Record, Thursday May 28 1914. One of the Attractions at Our FREE Losea "Evelyn Page 3 Necklace Bracelet 'Tug" Tiaw" sS Everwhnriv CASTORIA iiTTRiTWnK Forthcoming Chautauqua mmm mmmmtmamtm -- afcSSee-t. L a il J iiwi.i i.iii ' For Infants and Children. These two beautiful pieces of popular jewelry are the craze among society women in New York and the largest cities. Thev are neat and elegant gold finished articles that will gladen the heart of every girl or woman, no matter how voudk or old. Very stylish and shnnlrl havp T.fdhfTiiTid their homes, barns etc. 'Rnifss nn "m I have the agency for the The Kind You Have p attractive. Wi ALCOHOL 3 PF.n nv,' a Always Bought Bears the Signature of VW TAl AVcgelableftEparaibnfirAs-simitilingiiKFoodantlRcgul- iingUteStoinadisandJJmttlsof Promotes DigcstfonflstcifiiOpiumMorphine norMiiicral - j ness ana Kesujomains neiitw WOT N ARC OTIC. Dafia Sad" JlxSana-xMtMi f x .r In IBHillBBrSHv iSS? VJEI j 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 U3 but 60c 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. Joseph Barnet System Of Lightning Rods of River Side Iowa. and am now in position to complete a job on your home at a very small cost. ' Get my prices berore having any work of this kind done. Bryantsville Exchange. No 50-Phone UNITED SALES CO, HARRISON DEAN, Bryantsville, Ky. jtmseSai PMi3wiBRBBBBBBBB-i- Dayton Ohio. P. O. Box 101 tfWttSttHm Si Kjjtaprmlimc. Anerfect Remedy forCOnsfe tlon , Sour Storoach.Dlantoai T Ml Use For Over AMEEICAN ftUAETET AND CLAYTON CONRAD, CABTOONIST. cartoonist, She Knew George. "Where's your engagement ring, Margie?" "I've hid it. As long aa George ain't sure he can get the ring back he won't break the engagement." Chambeilain's Liniment. IfccSimile Sigaainre of &4ffZ& he Centaur Compass; i 1 International Harvester Manure Spreaders Eft . NEW YOKK. or tne Clayton Conrad, both instrumental music, interspersed consist Thirty Years THE programjustof suchAmericanandQuartetChautauqua audiences delightwith in. a program as vocal ana WJ,lJlM$m Guaranteed underthe hoo ASTORIA THCCCNTAUH COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. Exact Copy of Wrapper. The instrumental music will be presented by three members of the the violin, cello and piano. Mr. Clayton Conrad features speech in drawing his pictures. His experience in newspaper cartoon and commercial art work, combined with fine ideas of color, fit him well for the position he holds with this company. The pictures he draws in color are original and are new ideas presented in a novel way. He uses two easels. Mr. Conrad has made a special study of coloring, and the results he obtains in a few moments with crayons are truly wonderful. The cartoons and caricatures he draws are of the highest order of fun and are bound to make you laugh and cause you to forget your worries and care When you hear Mr. Conrad read and picture "The Old Red Cradle" you will be convinced that he can also be serious. This number was given so effectively at "Willlamston, Mich., that a rpturn date was booked on condition that this selection was to be repeated. quartet on 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 ot my family as well as myself for upwards of twenty years." 25 and 50 cent bottles. For sale by all dealers. 1-- m ThelHCLina GRAIN AND HAT. MACHINES STEEL CRAB ORCHARD. Mrs. Charles Holdman is visiting Mrs Claudia Holdman. Mr. Stanley was greeted by a large crowd here Saturday. Mr. Henry Brooks is visiting his sister Mrs. Daisy Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Sparrow of Corbin are guests of Mrs. Mary Culton. Miss Elizabeth Barker who has been visiting at Preachersville is at home. Mr. Claud Thompson who has been ill several days is able to be out again. Mr. Hiatt Stigall is still very low and his family are very uneasy about him. Mrs. Hannah Steger continues to improve but has not tried to walk any yet. Miss Myrtle Murry has returned from a pleasant visit to her mother at Brod-head. BtiJerf, Kciper, UWen. Mawer, frame on steel wheels that lasting basis on which Inter- in B7 Prcn t, CORN Har L. Eaailaf Ktln, SUcktra MACHINES Flaattn. Picker, KaJerf, CltiTaUn SktBtn. SlreJJer, TILLACE , Catter, Ptf . Uuk Hai CaJtiTatars GENUAL LINK Oil Tractor, Maaar, 3area&r, Dnd SaparaUrt Farm Wat aa. Malar Trick Tknakar ui Siriif-TMt- national manure spreaders are built. All parts, including box, beater, spreading mechanism, apron, are built by experts, using best materials, from careful designs based on field tests. Every detail is strong and durable, built for long life and ease of draft Among the 03 aid Cas Eajintt B GralaDiO, FMJCrfehn Kail. Cria&rt BUuTwk features that will interest you are these: Simple mechanism, all of steel; Irotected beater driving insuring traction; reversible on rear axle, gear and worm; low, easily loaded box, with ample clearance underneath; end gate, preventing clogging of beater while driving to the field; etc All styles are in the I H C spreader line, high and low, endless and reverse apron, and various sizes for small and large farms. Our catalogues will tell you more. Write for them and let us tell you also where you may see 1 H C manure spreaders. liacaraonutd) !1 T Take a Spin In One of 2' Ljl-w- International Harvester Company of America New Albany Ckampioa Ind.7 McCorm'ck Datriaj BEhmie OiWm rtu i' "i SJm-- t rL "' Our Cars! WE rent cars. We have all sorts of autoa for business, pleasure and quick service. You can rent cars by the hour, day or month. Special rates. Come in and talk your auto needs over with us. You don't have to walk if you don't own a car. We can rent you an auto very cheaply. See us about this right away. Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. JL The Bolander Orchestra, a Feature of Our Forthcoming Chautauqua Program Any roof that will last 27 years and is still in good condition is well worth looking into. That's tha record behind BPyBRiSBilKSH B&vBBi;B Misses Bessie Reynolds and Melsadie Chadwick are visiting friends in Somerset. Mrs. Louana Holdam is here from Okla, much to the delight of many old friends. Mr. Shelby Burgin of Richmond was the guest of his cousin Dr, Burgin here last week. Misses Dalphia Newland and Hattie Owsley of Stanford are guests of Mrs. Albert Newland. It is terribly dry and dusty and things in the Hardens will soon be parched if it does not rain soon. Mr. Frank Brooks eccompaniedChas. Singleton back to Charleston S. C. where they will pngage in business. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collier and Mrs J. Thomas Cherry attended the funeral of Mrs. Mona Dunn at Danville last Thursday. About fifteen of our young people motored to Preachersville Saturday evening to attend a p lay given by local home talent of that place. Dr. Frank Robins and wife are with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Redd. Dr. Robins received his dental diplomain Cincinnati recently. He will probably locate in Lexington to practice dentistry. IIIP'' -- M& J3&iS etiatfointl to construct a perfectly solid a SgafHBffiMi-fC- - I sible HT'HAT catented foint has revola I tionhed the whole business of ' hnildintr silos bv makinEr it rjos- stave silo of any desired height. When put together with a little white lead at stave these joints,-two-piece JN8hS Is as good as if it were made of one-piestaves, and very much less expensive. There is no metal at these joints to become corroded by the acids and no outside moisture can collect in them to rot the wood. This joint adds years to the life of your silo and many dollars to its value. We have a plan by which you can own an Indiana Silo and let it pay for itself out of what it saves for you on next winter's feed bills. Give us a chance to explain it to yoo. IHHigll WATER W. t. W. P. KINCAID, Phone 199 Stanford, Ky Bis-Ag- mamarasH 1 mzwewxto vgmusm There are thousands of houses all over the country, mar. them in this state, from the owners cf which this statem-rabe verified. For Ealo Ly 4 R ofing Local Contraiors or Coi iuladelphhi. 50 Nonh 21nl n 'MBBPrflrlJIH iMMf BklHPiwfl HRr ' ' vXo,XfrrJi 4EIHBBuHB9lfflBBh Bolander Orchestra will soon begin Its fifth year as a musical The members of this company are- - all born musicians. father, John A. Bolander. is a violin maker. While mere children, they all began to play musical instruments. Adeline Bolander. at the age of seven years, used a half sized violin to play in public at recitals. This orchestra presents both vocal and instrumental music. The instrumental work, however, is emphasized most strongly. In their program tt members of this company arrange themselves first Into 'a brass and string orchestra and latpr Into an all string orchestra. They render such selections as the Sextette from "Luca." the "Poet and Peasant" by Verdi. "Orpheus" from Offenbach. "The Bohemian Girl" by Balfe and a string number "Humoresque" by Dvorak. A feature of each program Is the work of the drummer. Miss Alice Bolander. In addition to the drum, she operates the sleigh bells, canary whistle, locomotive whistle, a school bell, a Chinese block, a triangle, castanets, crash cymbal, orchestra bells, rackette. sliding steamboat whistle, a cyclone whistle, a duck quack, a rooster crow' and a tambourine. m THE Mrs. Walter Vincent, of Pleasant Hill, N. C, writes: "For three sum- mers. I suffered from nervousness, dreadful pains in my back and sides, and weak sinking spells. Three bottles of Cardui, the woman's tonic, relieved me entirely. I feel like another person, now." Nervous? tf A ( m fpS 1 d& wniilti mean to have an water under pressure the year just where needed at die turn c Where You Want It lit to City convenience bro? hat it home, your country t When You Want It c. : i mcc of ', ready et. Fairbanks-Pneumatic Water M , vrf btems TAKE v EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow r cwn, and last, are built of cement. We buiia cement Silos 12, 14and 16 feet in diameter, any height. We have had many experiences in this line and our work is the best. if you need cement work of any kind. t Cardui The Woman's Tonic For over 50 years, Cardui has been helping to relieve women's unnecessary pa'ins and building weak women up to health and strength. It will do the same for you, if given a fair trial. So, don't wait, but begin taking Cardui today, for its use cannot harm you, and should surely do you & .guuu. .-- i f tfl give service equal to and in many respects superior to city service. A water systern is the greatest comfort in the rural home. Lighten the work for your wife and family by install ' SUBSCRIBE FOR Write or telephone us at Stanforo, Ky., The Central Record. i Sjt ing a plant. We hnild outfits for anv size farm or suburban home and assist you in working out all details of installation. Write today for copy ot catalog iNO. vjivi 10 1 ItTf ti g M II 1 H a on ft Iff B L Il ' H PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. i $1.00 Per Year. . Jt "X .Outfits furnished 'far ooeration by :". enuine. windmill. r electric motor or .tby band. Bros. I Haselden Ky. Lancaster, ftffry Page' 4 TheCehtral-RecoroIPOST THe Central Record, Thursday May 28, 1914 OF SAL: $1.00 the funeral, was well . INCORPORATED Issued Weekly. a year. VATION ARMY CONTEMPLATAD IN LANCASTER. J. E. ROBINSON." EDrroR. R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. Entered at the roat Office In Lancaster. Ky., Mall Matter. as Sccoud-CUsg filled, and many were deterred from going by the fear that the crowd would be so great as to preclude any possibility of their having an opportunity of getting within seeing or hearing distance of the funeral services. DRY WEATHER. JJember Kentucky The drought is beginning to make Envoy and Mrs. Charies McDonald itself felt and is working a hardship on and who have charge of the Salvation Army vegetation. Gardens are the most serpost in Danville, were in Lancaster on ious sufferers at present, though if we ; Eighth District Publishers League. do not have rain in the near future, all last Monday and Envoy McDcnald was Lancaster, Ky., Hay 28. 1914. a pleasant caller at the Record office. kinds of growing crops will suffer, A He tells us that he contemplates placrain in the near future is necessary to a good berry crop. The streams are Rates For Political Announcements ing an outpost at Lancaster, and that he has met wfth much encouragement also beginning to show the effect of the For Precinct and Citv Offices . ..S 5.00 along this line, both from the ministers continued dry weather. W.00 "or Cotfity Offices of the city and the city officer in LanFor State and District Offices.... 15.00 caster. .10 for Ca'.k, per line Lancaster has long been in serious 10 For Cards, per line need of some concerted method of a!I)ublicalions in the inter-- ', .For looking after the systematic dispensaThe teachers in the local school have est. of individuals or expres-- J tion of charity, and through the Salvadeparted for their respective homes and sioj of individual views, per tion Army seems a very logical disthe well wishes for a long and pleasant k .10 , lilies position of the matter. In the event an holiday follows them, and their many 05 per line Obituari js, officer was stationed here, all charity iii'Ml'MU'l" 'Tl" Mil' friends m Lancaster hope that they Plllfiy irlBBBWIIIIr IttIii would be dispensed through him, he of may enjoy to the uttermost their well Miss Dc.an goes to hei live of political .(u'.iatiOi , course being subject to the supervision earned re-- t. e ' f their station in life, of the Mayor. He would look care home in Warsaw, Miss Robinson in irres . n Campbellsville, Misses Xoland ai.d high a ' r.v, rich and poor of Garrard fully after the needy and deserving I in Richmond and Miss Brashear m coui.' ., riew the loss of her favorite poor, making pergonal visits to those Cynthiana. William O'Conuel. lSradlt--- r reported as being in distress, beggars son, S yjff rgygVii Y'T'U' 1Mtfir'ETifTiBMr ;art of his life was jvu :tming to year door would be sunt to T - k- j:i Gamud county, he was in touch und cared for by him and the expense wt!i nearly every person in the county of maintaining an outpost would be far at oni" tim or another, and ail with less than the general dispensation of who-l.e ever came in contact have a j alms which is now in vogue in the city, Mrs. John G. South, Senator BradTne Salvation Army is doing untold kindly r.'v'ollectioii of him. Prince and ley's daughter, speaks gratefully of pauper came in for the same treat-- 1 ood thiougliout the world, and every Senator James, for his kindness to her DEATH OF HER MOST ILLUSTRIOUS SON year they are coming to be recognised me i o" '.is hands, he krvw 10 father during his illness, in the follow. nioiig his home peopli; suf-fi- more and more as a power for good ing language. "I am deeply touched wherever they chance to be, and are . t '1 . hiin that they ca-- i .. fioi-by the generous attitude of Senator SENATOR WILLIAM O'CONNELL BRADLEY. as he delighted U speak meeting with the hearty cooperation of ''old G'ir'ai-il"- , .lame3. Although he and my father cf lr: ii'J hoiiu-- . No one 'from home", all classes of people, and should they United States Senator William O'Con-ne- ll adjoining close friends of the Senator. differed politically, none could be kind ever a.'pvjled to him in vain; though conclude to locate in Lancaster they As soon as the simple services were er, more sympathetic, more diligent Bradley died at his apartments in a stro .j, partisan, when it came to will in all probability meet with the Faulkstone Park Courts, Washington concluded the procession was formed than he in doing honor to Senator dil'- - .1 iaor for his home people, hearty welcome and the liberal help D. C. at 9i45 o'clock Saturday night and moved to the cemetery. The lot Bradley. He was at my father's deathand support which they so richly partj i ... s were leveled and there May 23d, his death beingdue toureamic selected is near the Bivouac of the bed: and since that time he has devot1 t'je tOle fact that one of his poisoning resulting trom a complication Dead, where an imposing spire is erect- ed his waking hours to making the pejj- - .. is seeking; his aid, and it was of diseases. About ten days previous ed to the memory of Kentucky heroes necessary arrangements. All our fam iav.it"j forthcoming. to his death Senator Bradley while who fell in five wars, and within sight ily are under a great debt to him and V it always necessary to np-iiK5r D. running in an effort to catch a street are the tombstones of most of Ken- cannot thank him too much." It I. .in for aid, when times v.eie car, suffered a fall causing a fracture tucky's Governers. was chill i the winter blast fn , In deference to the wishes of those of two fingers and a slight wound in .v that the poor were having asu ' his forehead. He had however appar- who were near and dear to the dead ae to keep the woll lion, the a I.h.-ently recovered from the effects of the Senator, all the pomp which usually acdior. Ills thoughts ever turned to the fall and was able to appear at his office companies the funeral ceremonies of needy poor in his old home, and sing- TO BE NOMINATED on Monday the 18th, but shortly after-War- d notables was eliminated, but the crowds ling out a favored few, most times he was taken violently ill and it were not to be avoided, and the thousseveral worthy old colored people who Manager Romans is putting on some was thought that he was suffering ands of upturned, .tear stained faces all IN AUGUST for long had profited from his bounty, . from an attack of acute indigestion, along the line of march attested the splendid attractions at the Opera House and specifying that they especially Says Attorney General Logan, but it was afterward discovered that love and esteem in which he was held which shuuld receive the liberaljsupport should be cared.forj he would send here the passage of gall stones was causing in all walks of life. Besides his sor- of the thpater going public. If the opinion of Assistant Attorney the intense pain which he bore with rowing wife and daughter, Mrs. John will be seen a Vitagraph production a check for a liberal amount to be dispensed for the relief of suffering and General M. M. Logan is correct, and it the greatest fortitude. Physicians did G. South, fondly recollected here as "Lost In Mid Ocean" which will pordistress. Such a man was Senator is reasonable to suppose tfyat it is, be- everything to relieve him within the "Miss Christine", Senator Bradley is tray the sinking of a big ocean liner Bradley, kind hearted to a fault, cause of the fact that he wrote the law knowledge of medical skill, and suc- survived by one sister, Mrs. Dr. Nelson and will be well worth seeing. The thoroughly unselfish where those he providing for the election of U. S. ceeded in affording him temporary re- Mays of this county, and it is utterly house is very comfortable with good loved were involved, his greatest de- Senators by popular vote, there must lief but it was known from the very useless to try to express to these seats and electric fans, and an hour light was in doing some service for not only be two U. S. Senators elected incipiency of the attack that there was whom he has lefc the sorrow .that is may be very pleasantly passed there. from this state next November, buf grave danger, and his relatives were felt by his home people over his passthem. His deeds of kindness was not con- there must also be two nominated at communicated with, and his daughter ing, they know full well the love and fined to the poor, many people in more the coming August primary. Mrs. John G. South and her husband of esteem in which he was held, and to "Under our Constitutien when an preteijtious circumstances have come in Frankfort hastened to his bedside and try to express it in mere words would becomes vacant ninety days before' were with him when the end came. All be attempting the Impossible. forfavors at his hands, many of our success an election the vacancy must "be filled hat loving kindness of relatives and people wno are now inaking It would be the height of folly for us in the world, owe to Senator Urauley at the election." said Mr. Loganj. friends could do was done to alleviate to try to tell the people of Garrard the oppoitunity to make a stait on "The man appointed by the Governor his suffering and restore him to health, county anything about Senator Bradley, WORKING IK UNISON career. lx.t to. Ins to fill the vacancy caused by Setiator but they were unavailing, and the to exploit his deeds or to extol his their &u lcya't t.l.U fne.i(!s. hia ic'jKlii.' wLat-- i Bradley's death will hold the office bravesoul took its flight, forsaking the virtues; tnese are well Known to every And Good Results Expected. until his successor is. elected in Noveirf-- frail body WBs his pi!(!- - "in . h's:' acuris that had endured and suffer- adult in the county, most of whom have ! he town a'n! county, an neer rinsed !ber." followed his career carefully and are ed so much. The Board of Mediators now in sesMr. logan also said that Senator a ,y ''unity to evure foi Uvir. Accompanied by members of both fully conversant with its brilliancy. sion at Niagara Falls Ont. are working , ,, , ig outainablc which he thought ii.ai.iy uieu seventy uays oeiore me house of Congress, his recent colleagu However, for the benefit of those who harmoniously toward an adjustment of wou'.d hi- - of benefit to thoni. A hand primary, .and that a candidate for the es, the body borne upon a special fun- might not be conversant with his life the differences between this country .v custom house which wiil b short term from the November election eral train left Washington on Monday history, we reproduce a short clipping and Mexico and are also expecting to som fore the lapse of many months be erec- until March 4, 1915, must be nominated afternoon, reaching Frankfort at 9i30 taken from the Congressional Record, perfect a plan for a pacific and satisted 111 I ancaster, will l.e a monument at the August primary. Had Senator Tuesday morning, and was immediately and which is absolutely authentic. factory adjustment of the badly mixed to h. ellVirts in our behalf, and not a Bradley lingered until after midnight taken to the home of his William O'Connell Bradley, Republi- affairs of the rebellion ridden republic. Saturday night, it would have been person that looks toward it but vill Dr. South, where the funeral services can, of Beechmont, a suburb of Louis- It is understood that they will take up with pi.de and grttitud-th- at different. He died May 23, leaving out were held at 3:30 o'clock Tuesday ville. Born near Lancaster, Ky., Mar. the matter of the personnel of a proreine i1 but for hu efforts we weuld not that day, there remain eight days in afternoon. 18. 1847; educated in ordinary local visional government for that country, May, thirty in June and thirty-on- e haw ha I this structure. in Because his daughter, Mrs. South, schools, never having attended college, but the names will not be made public Jits dfith is a nation wide calls ..!. . July, and. adding the primary date, who was prostrated with grief, and and at the age of 14, on account of the until an actual change is made. It is August' 1 makes exactly seventy days. the p?r 11, of note from nil j, because the Senator himself disliked breaking out of the Civil War, ceased understood that Dictator Huerta is in country who attended his funeral, at The same result, of course, is obtained ostentation had declined a senatorial to attend school and ran away from accord with what has been accomplish tested to this fact, but aside from the by counting May 23, the day Senator funeral in Washington and the pro- home, joining the Union Army twice,, ed up to this time. Nothing has yet grief of Ins own immediate ta.i.ily. J Bradley died, and leaving out the posal made that his body should lie in but on account of youthfulness was been heard frsm Gen. Carranza, and it there as more genuine .sorrowing primary date." state here in the old Capitol, where taken from the Army by his father; is believed that he will remain silent Much speculation is rife as to who light e among those wno kueu hsm for four years he had presided as was page in the lower house Kentucky until a protocol is actually drawn and best ana loved him, than anywhere will be appointed by the Governor to Chief Magistrate, there was no in- Legislature, 1861: licensed to practice ready for signature by the United until an election can be held, trusion on the arrangements made at law by special act legislature when 18 else. Tijeie are thosj heie in Loi.cas-ioeiv- e States and Mexico, when he will send ter who perhaps were not fipsrcii'Jy Among those must prominently mention- - the family's request; but despite the years old if found competent by two a representative to either protest or uatnaen 01 Versailles seems lack of display, the public at last circuit judges and from that time has acquiesce in its terms. able to attend the funeral, wliose gnel ei, J, was fa mote. poignant than that of to be the most popular, but the names claimed him, and devoid of the pomp been engaged actively in practice in The outlook now is for a speedy and many who traveled hundreds of miles of J. N. Kehoe of Maysville, Charles K. of ceremony his funeral rites by the State and Federal courts of Kentucky satisfactory settlement of the affair in to be in altenjane. Thost wl.c have Wheeler of Paducah, Judge James very multitude assembled became a and other States, the United States a manner which will meet with the ap known him ,ong and well, hifve par- Black, of Barboursville, A. Gatliff of mighty demonstration of respect. circuit court ot Appeals, and the Su proval of all irterested. taken of Ins bounty, and who realize Williamsburg and many others are beIt was the most distinguished gath- preme Court; elected county attorney in his death they have lost a friend ing prominentlj mentioned in connec- ering attending the burial of a public of Garrard County, 1870; Republican tion with the appointment. One rumor man in Frankfort in many years, and candidate Congress 1872 and 1876, in who cou.d ever and under all circum-s'.anr'ie !e;K,.n!ed up hi to aid and wa to he effect that Gov. McCreary thousands viewed the cortege as it nupeiessijr ueuiucrauc uistnct; unan assist them, an.' who will forever and would have the Lieutenant Governor passed to the cemetery, while as many imously elected delegate at large to appoint him to fill the vacancy, but more bad secured places of advantage seven Republican national conventions, ever . i.,;li his memory. We si.iTmv deeply at his passing, but Gov. McCreary quickly put a quietus on to see the cortege arrive. Every avail- seconding nomination of Grant in 1880, we are c i soled lv llie thought that he this talk by stating that under no cir- able public vehicle in Frankfort and defeating motion to curtail southern TO MARENGO CAVE died in tile perf.ri.-Hii- c of tiis duty, at cumstances would he be a party to Lexington and many private convey- representation in 1884, and seconding , Work .u Ins de-!peihaps, wno knows, such a scheme. ances were engaged to carry the vis- nomination of Roosevelt in 1904; three TO BE RUN. seeking to do .some good for others, itors, who came from Washington and times elected member of Republican wluTn the death illness struck him. all sections of the State to pay their national committee, received 105 votes By Southern Railway May 31st. MRS. FISKE AT BEN ALL Our liearts swell with pride when we in National convenrespects to the memory of the late for read i comment atu.sl!:ig Mrs. Fiske, has during the past two Senator. Grouped along the route and tion. 1896; appointed minister to Kor The Southern Railway Co. will run to his biil.iancy, and the esteem in seasons given her genius to serious in the cemetery were hundreds of ne- ea, 1889, and declined; defeated for an excursion from Danville Ky., to .which he was held among his colleagues plays and now that she is returning for groes, indicating that the race which governor 1887, reducing Democratic Marengo Ind., on May 31sr. next Sunin the upper house of Congress, when a short season to comedy, in which she had followed him in life revered his majority of 47,000 in previous race for day. The train will' leave Danville at we read of the great deference that has no American equal, there should be memory in death. governer to less than elected 5:26 a. m. reaching Marengo at 10:39 was paid his utterances, and we re- great public delight, notwithstanding Gov. McCreary closed the executive governor 1895 by plurality of 8,912, a. m., returning leave Marengo 4:46 member that he was ours, that this the general appreciation that has been offices at noon and all other state of- nominated for United States Senator p. m. arriving Danville 6:35 p. m. was once his home, that he was a pro- elicited by her deeper dramatic ficials followed his example. and voted for four times prior to 1908. The fare for the round trip will be only duct of old Garrard, and that up to the demonstrations. Her present incursion Flags on the Capitol and State Arse- and in February, 1908, elecW United $2.00 The object of the excursion is to very time that the breath departed into lighter fields is with "Mrs. nal were Hung at half-mas-t, alt busi- States Senator,, general assembly hav- enable visitors to see one of nature's from his body,, he cherished the very Bumesteod-Leigh,- " which has been ness houses closed at noon, as did the ing Democratic majority of 8; appoint- wondprs, a cavern second only in greatest interest .and affection for sutu a inuguiei yruuucing element in city and county office, and as the ed to institute suits against star route magnificence to our own Mammoth everything pertaining.to Garrard and her repertoire on several former occa cortege left the South home a big gun contractors by President Arthur, but Cave, The cavern is situated within herfpeople. sions. She will bring thja happy care onArsenal Hill fired seventeen guns. declined; three times elected chairman the linits of the city of Marengo, which free play to the Ben Ah Lexington Ky, The Rev. Dr. Jess R. Zeigler, pas- of Kentucky delegation in national con is thirty seven miles west of Louisville on Monuay June isr Une does not tor of the First Presbyterian church, ventions; received degree of L, L. D. in Marengo county Ind. The cavern is readily picture Mrs. Fiske as an ex- who4 was summoned home from the from Kentucky University, delivered about four and one half miles in length Whooping Cough. ponent of a gratesquely ludicrous general, assembly in Chicago, read, the orations at dedications Kentucky Build- and takes about two and one half.hours 'About a year ago my three boys "type," but no one is proof against burial services at the house. " Dr. Zeig- ing, Columbian .Exposition, Chicago, to traverse it. Unlike the Mammoth had whooping cough and I found Cham- her inimitable delineation 6i the Indiaua ler offered prayer and read passages 1896; Jefferson Statute, in Louisville; Cave, it is perfectly dry, and it i3 not berlain's Cough Remedy the only one nostrum manufacturer's daughter who from the Twenty-thir- d Psalm and John Kentucky Monument, Chickamauga, necessary to effect a change of clothing that would relieve their coughing and buys asocial position with the dollars xiv., and the choir of the Presbyterian Jefferson Monument, Louisville; and before and after entering it. This whooping spells. I continued this of which he departed this vale church sang "There Is a Light in the Kentucky State'Capitol, 1910. Term wonderful work of nature baffles des In this most amusing role Valley for Me" and "Abide With Me." expires Marcb.3,'1915, treatment and wad v'feurprised to find cription and must be seen to be ap that it cured the disease in' a veryehort Mrs. Fiske again displays that versatil The casket rested in the drawing A special coach attached to the reg- preciated, and this is a splendid optime," write Mrs.' Archie Dalrymple, ity In art that is her wonderful gift room, covered, with a blanket of palms, ular morning .train Tuesday morning portunity for people in this vicinity Crooksville, Ohio. "For sale by all Seats on sale Friday May 19th roses and lillies. : Seated in the hall for the accommodation of Garrard who desire to do so to see it at a v! .. attention 'give to mailorders. were the pallbearers and in the room county people who desired to at ten u nominal expense. I i.m dealers. Press Association fine enough to get into the empr anchors to the wood. Such pcir.t holds on until it wears out, keeps th;; weather avay from the wood and protects you from repair bills. Paint made of PAINT Phoenix White Lead (DulcJi Boy Painter Trade Mark) .KKBSSBUKUtttoSE- x.. and pure linseed oil does all that. Its will add and preserving beauty to the money value of your place. Tint it any color. Pa:atinc Guide will help you with the color scheme fir your house. We can supply ou with anything it calls for. ' Our Owner's IT. TEACH! "S A JRt- - BKh Kift9MHjBnPMmHP I1 :- -- waoHiiRggiiKiayA mjmlssENA tor ww If ft il h MBrmfiS W& t I W'ymms&mmmkm.mmEimmmBgmmwmm jtjjja XfWm JTa-so- GARRARD MOURNS DEEPLY GRATEFUL j HU j; WV&&&? ? r-- vs ri , 3: e; TWO S SEN J ATORS SPLENDID ATTRACTIONS. "Well, WKEX we call for orders or sell you we give the VEKY BEST To-nig- ht Butcher, What's Good Today?" QUALITY at the CHEAPEST We have a BIG BUSINESS PEICES. and can take small profits on many sales. We keep you posted on what is especially good and offer you attractively reduced, prices on certain things. Are WE the kind.' of butcher YOU want? Davidson teft&898afciaaA n2 $ H & Doty. ofj-fi- ce BOARD OF j MEDIATORS sja 1 ee.-.jf- fi S E ZS H Im ty '&& &3 Btt 5 &I iflriiniT I alfll M In 11 is S SMI 8 'M I UI g 1 son-in-la- 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 j& 2,000,000 Mon Reservoir hi-r- r. 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, t'-i- e- INTERESTING 1 cln.-i.is- h EXCURSION 1 Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co sftiwywjwssssa p$m&M&mmww& Vice-Preside- nt 0; , He Knows A Good Thing that husband of yours. When he sees you using Wlite Swan floor be sure that he expect3 some fine bread, bis cuits or cake. He's right too, WHITE SWAN FLOUR makes the finest of such things. Try a sack and show him . that you are as good a baker as his mother ever was. d. Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills. pt i$piHit HkIs a A1..'! -- 2A.. . . y n.- - ? The Central Record, Thursday May 28, 1914. Gossip About Disc and Shovel Cultivators, People vNVj OLIVER AND JOHN DEERE Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Price were recent guests of Dr. and Mre. S. P. Grant in Danville. Miss Mattie Adams of Sharpburg is Mrs. N. the guest of her grand-mothMcGrath, Miss 03a Dudderar leaves this week to visit relatives at Anderson Ind. and Bedtord Ky. er Page's SCHOOL NOTES. (By Wm. F. Miller.) Miss Jennie Cox was the guest of Miss Leota Ray at Buckeye on Sunday. Miss Walsh of Covington, formerly connected with the local schoolin .the YODU V FIND ff IN THIS COLUMN, D V l . I h f r r . capacity of music teacher, is the .guest Prof. Bridges and son, D. Warren, of Mr and Mrs Alex Walker. Beautiful folding bed and conch tot came down from Richmond Thursday Mrs. J. . Amon. Strong, Light Draft and Easy to Operate. A Brief Mention of the Comings and The editor has received an invitation and attended the graduating exercises sale. Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. the Auditorium. to be present at the commencement at Plants: PanJs: PI;2KJ5. Mrs. Alex Walker, Mrs. Caneer and exercises of Berea College, Wednesday JOHN DEERE BINDER before you buy June 3rd. We note among the grad- Miss alsh, were visitors HZ ourschnol We have thern. 'All varieties of thfe The friends of Mr. Alex Doty will be Miss Elizabeth Bryant of Bryants-vill- c W B. BalK. glad to know that he shows some im- uates, our young friend, William Jesse Tnursday morning. Miss Walsh favored season. Lightest draft and most durable binder built. is visiting Mrs. Mote Scott. Baird, he also being the President of the school by giving two of herfaverite provement. his class. pieces on the piano. ' Mrs.E. H. Walker is an home after Mrs. H. T. Baskett and daughters of The four ministers. Beagle, Pollitt, a visit with her sister Mrs. J. C. Hays. Louisville is here for a visit to Lai- Tinder and Smith were welcome guests Potted flower of variety. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Acton of Somer- caster inenus. v ATTEND INSTITUTE at our school Thursday morning ar.d Mivj Matte E ti . set are guests of Dr. J. M. Acton and Misses Elsie Glendmeyer and Bessie each gave a short talk, which wa3 enWEEK OF JULY 6fH, wife. Raymond have been visiting at the joyed by the entire school. Mrs. Cornie Clay of Richmond is the home of Miss Lucile Spratt. Or Lose Certificate- The Oratorical Contest given by IE guest of Judge and Mrs. Lewis L. HMI0L Messrs Bradley Bourne, Jr, Alien Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Rigney, Mrs. Walker. Wood Burdside and Miss Alice Rigney The Grrrard County Teachers Insti Johnson. Sophomore and Owen Hen- A noe tor SJWlOO w aa exeriu-thCA! AN Drs.McKee and Taulbee, of Lexing- were recent visitors of relatives in tute will be held in Lancaster during dren, Freshman, was greatly enjoyt-- J undersigned to Griffith MtV. ton wee here Sunday on professionol Liberty. the week ot July Gth, and all teachers by a full house, Capt Uerndon and Mr. with Lee Brown a surety. I Full of the newest de business. employed or expecting to teach in Gar- Clay Sutton were the Judges and notify the.pjibtfc-net.t! Miss Martha Kavanautrh who has OB.fh. r signs in Spring and Sum I resist it Miss Mamie Dickerson of Richmond been a student at the Richmond Normal rard county are compelled to attend awarded the 55. in gold to Mr Bourne. note as I payrr mer Dress Goods, and under penalty of losing their certifi-citt- s. Miss Darie'" offertd two prizes in j is. the guest of Misses Minnie and is visiting her parents Mr. and .Mrs. A. .E P -Tni! is made imperative by the January to be given to the boy or girl just received from our W. Kavanauuh. Bessie Brown. Tt stale authorities and th county super- that made the most improvement in Pretty wholesaler. Captain T. A. Elkin entertained Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Husinan and intendent has no choice in the matter.' Voice or Piano Recitaf. These pins vJ-f-vthings to interest the I'rrrH-- l L. S, McMurtry of institute was not held were awarded to Misses Cochran :.21 Li planned luncheon. Louisville fora well Mrs. Mary Eads of Cincinnati motored l'Jie A.I ! hiwir Wafms;. ladies, dainty fabrics to Lancaster and weie visitors of Alt. tnis year because of the fact that one Pollitt, Friday night. Miss Coc. ran estate o:' J. O. lark, der that are sure to be soon of the counties thought it be to i'A winning the voice and MU.s P.i.tt R. C. Hoggs, of Richmond came and Mrs. J. F. Spratt. Mr present ?ne pinnrfv down ironi rtieliinui i and remained worn by our wisest Mrs. Robert Brewer and children of their institute at home, and the otheis the piano medal. crder-ij'-- e , at.nuni tratr ere of compelled to do likeover Sunday villi friend. Plenty of pat Chelsea Okla, will arrive auout the 1st The Reeeptior given Friday n:.'!.t by t me." If i Jaj Kami man. . wise. the Seniors at the School Bu.idirjr. was ator.v. Thcs ir 'tbted to terns to choose from.but Mosdane of Louisville of June for a visit til her parents Mr. enjoyed by all who were present, the wH! please ate iftc uv my attr.rand Hilton of Stanford were recent and Mrs. Joel Walker. all the materials of the Halls were artistically decorated in the settle at once. guests of Mrs.. R. H. Batson. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Powell, Mrs. latest designs and best qualities Come and look at them Class Colors. Purple and Gold. Tlie Mary S. (Ilnik," AWipi-- ! Luzie Wilds and T. J. Wilds of and they will coax you to buy, as thes are earnest pprsua- Mrs. Lewis Uerndon, of Atlanta, Ga. Club Room was aIs.o decorated in the of J. (? were guests Sunday of Mr. is at the Simpson Hou-ders. the guest ot Class Colors, in this room stood the and Mrs. W. A. Dicker.-cher mother Mis. Ada Kmnaird. receiving line composed of the focrt-seNOTICE. Reverend S. H. Pollitt and daughter eniors. J.. Ware aicko' . '"is or Atlanta wa3 Daltou Kici., on ot Mr. and Jlrs. J. At the hour refrerbn"-'.!-wer- e here for a short with his parents Mils Charlotte are in Wilmore, where All ptrsoifc having ctirr they attended tin served after which all defa.-eCommencement D. Rich is seriouly ill at the home of Mr. and Mi. !:. L Mekuberts. th ii Wiibs fdyeri THE CASK STORE ids parents on tile Fall Lick pike and for their respective home. exercises at Asbury College. This re wilt pre--- m same property :.... Judge John J. Greenleaf of RichIns host of friends are very apprehenception wil' long be remembered. i Miss Nannit- - B. Heiring was in Midir in executor i r ui 1C 'kul mond was ir. 1. . csier on Professional uavBsaMaacBHsaraMJW thu outcome of his illnea?. There were fourteen graduates to ney, H. Clay Kaulfrtiait for pit way Wednesday to be present at the sive about business beveral days last week. Complications have arisen as the result receive diplomas Thursday nighr. T he ;. ! once. TLuse closipg exercises of the Ky. Female to of a recent attack bt fever, and on last were Mr. Noah Spainhower and family School Berr.ie Lear, Patsv will call upon me or iny att"-setand to be with friends. Sunday Dr&. Taulbee and McKee of left Tuesday fjr Kingston, Mo., where Patsy Anderson, Elizabeth Colsame at ner. ' A SOCIAL GLASS. .Mr. Alex Denny and daughter Mr.- -. Lexington were callea in consultation lier, Eliza Todd, Emma Walker, Mary they will make theii futute home. ',-J. O. Willinms k'.r. if jct ginger a:e, rout beer, cieuir. Mrs. Charles F Dcnnian has return- Mattie Duncan were in Stanford foi with local physicians as to his case. Holtzclaw and Marie Ballard, Messrs the w.'i oi" VjUisM;eK3 Br."i.-- Ksou. or other carlionated diii.ks is about the Commencement exercises in which Miss Terry a trained nurse of Rich- Ector Lawson, Billy Swope, &4 Csrl B. ed to her home '..Iiehol:i- - ille after a t ; as .W a refres-hn.enIr as cu can their voung cousin Mr. Grimes mond is in attenoance at his bedside. Acton. B. W. Given-- ; Jr. Robert Tin-Iinso- n Mr. ard Mrs. Alex graduated. in fact, you ennuot imagine visit to her Daltou is well remembened asastudent TO MMIOftrCAl'E. Jr., and Luciun Grant.. anything ,o fine. You must tr' the West. Mr. and Mrs. It. Parker Grego-- y are at the local high school, and was one The Auditorium was beautifully There t.ty ,1'iru lixli. A imiks to know how good each bewr-ag- e many ;riends of Mrs. R. Ziminer receiving congratulations The in ferns, flags and trin.mtd in since the ar- of the most prominent athletes of his three days uii.i t . ' can be. Come m and c.v how v e will be glad to know that she has about class He has innumerable friends in the Senior Class colors, rival of a dainty little Miss in their purple ami trip railroad fait ftoni Lama-ae- : "", ' n.ake their. recovered fiom a lecent severe attack home which has been christened Ollie Lancaster wiio are hoping for his earlv gold. The address was enjov ed, cry Rooms re.servtd at Cave Hut t ir i tidof tonsilitis. recovery. Hall Gregory. , given by Dr. . McMurtry of ing boird and tripsrin the Cvc !vr;.I5 much, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Denny are at Louisville. making the total tost 12.."l. S, lal James, Mitchell and John William home from a most enjoyable outing in coach on regular train Z.l 0 .i in Honor Roll, 2nd A. Tinder entertained the intermediate Phone 202. New York, Canada, Washington City Christian Endeavor Society on Tuesday-evening- . Write or phor.c I. & N. Agent. Leola Parsons,- - Jamj? I. Watkins, and other points. . The young guests were serJuanita Dunn. EUie Fsthergill, Claud . Hon, Charles Fox, Mrs. George ved inviting refreshments of ices and Rice Gaines, Louise Taylor. Emma Thurman and children of Danville were cakes. Gregory, Hazel Champ. , guests Monday of Mrs. J. Rockwell Miss Edna Gulley who has been with Of Eastern Kentucky, Smith last week. Lancaster and Garrard relatives for Charabei Iain's Liniment. Col. John W. Milier entertained at the past two monthsis inLouisville visit' -Judge LewilhL. Walker """" k flu dinner last week for Lancasters recent ing her aunt Miss Allie Brown before the Citizens National Bankrepresenting This preparation is intended especially and Mr. J. distingueshed visitor Dr. Louis S. Mc- returning to her home in Mineral Wells W. Elmore, cashier of ' the Garrard for rheumatism, lame' "back, sprains ar.d like ailments. 1 is n favorite" with Murtry ot Louisville. : : Texas. Bank & Trust Co.. delegates to people who are well acquainted with Lee Ball of Cincinnati who is here Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West. Messrs L" 8" Kentucky Bankers Association, its splendid qualities. Purchasers get itie'btnefU of our 10 Mrs. Charles We have them in prices from One to v isiling his niolhw Mrs. Joanna Ball L. Walker, J. L. Francis. J. E. Robin- which was the guest of "group XI" of Tanner. Wabash. Ind., says of it, '"I years experience lit ttiu has been visiting his sister Mrs. Bohon son, It. L. Elkin, Green Clay Walker the Association in Pineville last week, have found Chamberlain's Liniment Look for other bargains listed n . we. Ten Dollars. Campbell in Stii"Iord. J. S. Haselden, Miss Jennie Duncan are high in their praiset of the recep- the beat thing for lame back and snrairs issue. Owner of" farms w.'o V' tion tendered them while in that citv. ) Johnnie Glenn, bujer for The R. J. and John Farra were in Frankfort for They say too much credit I have ever used. It works like a sell should set us at once. cannot be ike,, 310 acres, fertile soil, on guo-Reynolds Tobacco Co. on the Mt. Ster- the funeral of the late Senator W. O. given Messrs C. W. Metcalt; D. B. charm and relieves pain ami soreness. Bradley. ling and Wiiii r markets is visiting It has been used by others ot r y two mites froi'i a thriving villat- - sjyl Logan, J. P. Gaddie, and Hunley Gad-di- e v 1J miles Yoni one of the beat friends m Larc!"-t- i r this week. The following weie the highest for the hospitable manner in which family as well as myself for unv.an.s u1" 25 an;1. 50 cent bot schools in the State, conducted L of twenty jea.-s.1913-1. Profs.--ithey performed their duties. H. V. Budges and little general average for the past year i They I exper:enc-leacneis, cr.nu'encui. y. tles. For sale by all dealers. were shown all thesights in and around son D Wan in were with Lancaster j crrr?LarflrvtyT!LYLC7Tri7 to and from "Chool at the ex..- raarjsjrr7,2s''!CjP5rajCj ff Twelfth grade. Berr.ie Lear, eleventh Pineville, special trains being placed at friei.il; foi tiu'Coirriiencementexereises the Dist'iet; .cultuc .1 jird B. F. HUDSON, President. grade; Mae Powell, tenth grade; John their disposal for J. J. WALKEK, Vice Prest. of visitcf the Ljncastir G railed school. i:)w-hospitable pe.pIO PREMIER ninth grade; Charlie Elmore, ing the various points of interest, and & W. O. Rigney, As3't Cash'r. Jon J. Walker, Jk., Mrs. J. J. I'ursley who has been Holtzclaw. mites' of High Bridge, where i oalii g, eighth grade; James Siler, seventh they were entertained in the most lavand other meiiiuos of i ie: i r r ti't j$ with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. F. grade; W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. E Mary Davis, filth grade; ish manner during their stay. AUTO" Mr Sanders, left this week to he wish her c . two are at hand. Five loom third-- b Carrier, grade; Eimore was" elected president Elisha of fe husband Dr. 1'i.isley in Chattanoogo. . .i) tenant nouses, J3 acie t.baciu ORGANIZED 1SS3. Sussie Middleton, Second-- b grade; Elsie "group 8" for the ensuing year. TIRES. acres in grass, 75 arte spniu whnt, Mi-- - Edna Kfvanangh who has been Fathergill, second-- a grade; Juanita .:: which wnl go with farm, n" teaching in ftt Augustine I' la. the past Dunn, Virginia Sutton, Miles once, and tnbatoo at d corn cut tn'cia Guaranteed term is at home for the summer with first-- b grade; Cecil Batson, Edith Moore r..nn is transferred to pifrrhaser. Service. W. Garnett Montgomery Primer grade, OF LANCASTER, KY. fo her j arents Mr. and Mrs. A. near the proposed million doiUr d. ir to ' Leroy House. Kavanaugh. These tires bear the greatest known be constructed en "er, mileage guarantee, vet are 'o' 1 a " wiiuii wi:! :rMisu eiovtri': .ig.i i . price even less than tires ot ordinary entire countrj'. It can be diviil.ii.-t'- This bank is supervised by the United States Government A This guarantee covers three farina. All condition- - coi.- - drred, guarantee. and general wear. it is ihe best bargain in the zm is.ry at punctures, blow-out- s Your deposits are thus guarded, safety should be first in all " u Guarantee covers 7,500 miles service only ?f.5. things. Deposit with us, and j ou can help us, and we can help you. r acre. ft against abuse. These tires aic ir. lan4a7. 101 acres en pike 4 mi.es Make this bank YOUR bank. !No town per acre, ?S5. a HEAD OF YOUNG GIRL AL- ded for most severe service. rgjap'Hi iip'iv iu, ,,. Orders have been received for these j No 4S. '0 acres on pike o miles a tires for use in United States Goveri-me- , well imcrove-1- . ?I35, MOST SEVERED FROM Service. No 4S9. 54 Jt acres well Improve-'.- , ifi SBT5ES2rS25riSEE30 As a SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY pike, posseision, i5;A.O. offer, we will allow the.following prices b BODY. No 400. ItJiJJ acres, oil pike, r.tr for the next ten days. ' Bryant-ville- , 3 houses, main mVc.r,. TIRES TUBES new with 8 rooms, modern anu .ii "'" Miss Zelma Young the thirteen year Tube Tire date, wato:- won., gas lights. .' 1.4 old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas :? 2.00 28x3 $ 9.20 co barn-"- , irice, $12,1(0. Young was foully murdered at the 2.30 10.25 30x3 No 491. 185 acres of high class lu t.'. home of her parents in west Danville 2.S0 13.50 SOxSJ 2 miles out, 2 large, tohscco ban. , tr at an early hour last Saturday morning, 3.00 14.03 32x3J acre, $120. as yet the officers have been unable 3.20 15.25 EaS,333S 'JSSSaBBSSlSl andscur any clue to either the identity 34x3J Zi. No 41&. '"'O acits of tobaeci. ty VA 3.25 17.00 31x4 highly imp.oved, near Buckt.-e- , m or whereabouts of the murderer. The 3.30 1S.00 32x4 Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky Phone 27. 125. U1 pike, per , citizens of the community have made 3.40 10.50 33x4 No 491. ""vera pieces if - ' 3FJE2Z& by private subscrip3.00 20.40 34x4 a up a iarge reward city property for sale. Women- - 9i tion for the arrest of the murderer, 3.S0 21.00 35x1 No. 495. 3700 acres, 3 miles troi and this has been supplemented by the 3.90 22.00 36x4 BY MiSS LELA DORE HARNETT, Buena Vista, Ky. pike, 5 miles from railroad, 500 aci-i-offer $400. reward by Gov. McCreary. 2G.00 5.00 S5x4i fp0&&neitts!0ij0t&apDi of same cleared, one mil'ion assFHapyrr?---- ' The child returned from church and EBSSEe85&&B3eQ5&8GEE 5.10 27.00 3Gx4J timber, 85 acres of tobacco tnia year, retired about ten o'clock and about an 27.50 5.15 37x4 J To The People Who it .. 17 house3, 2 silo's, 1 saw mill. 1 storesfeT-'-5chour afterward her parents hearing a 5.40 32.60 37x5 CHOCOLATE CARE. house, 5 tobacco barns, can be bought noise as if she were vomiting entered Non-Ski20 per All other sizes. the room where she was sleeping, cent extra. 5 per cent discount if pay- at the low price of $15.00 per acre, 2 cups brown sugar, 2 eggs, adjacent to their own, calling her name ment in full accompanied order and if 495. 100 acres of land, "J mile from J cup soure milk, cup butter. and receiving no reponse, they lighted twev'are so ordered,- - shipping charges Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles '. (mix this thoroughly). 3 cups flour, .: a lamp and were horrified to find the will be paid by us. C. O. D. on 15 pet from Lancaster, good improvement?, Take S cuu boilinir water, stir into this 1 teasDoon of soda and nnp half little girl witn her 'throat cut from ear cent of amount of order. Our output large tobacco barn, well 'wo'rth "tlfe cup of grated chocolate, stir this into this batter bake in a moderatly heated to ear, her head being almost severed is limited, so we suggest early order- price of $100. per acre. ' oven. from hen body, and a razor, the cruel ing. We sell direct only, giving pur497. 222 acres of fine land near Laninstrument with which the deed had the advantage of all middlemen's caster & Lexington, p?Re", splendid imchaser perpetrated, by her sjde. The blade of profits. provements, at $90. Ret acre,'"' "" " We have made arrange. the razor was nicke'd where it had RELINERS. 498. C3 acres, improved, near Paint ments with our mills for come in. contact with the bones of her Use our famous reliners, they elim- Lick graded school at $95. per acre. neck. these special bills and can , land, right on papers, inate blow outs and 90 per cent of 499. 73J acre8,o.-,icAccording to the Danville punctures besides giving many thous- pike, well improved, jniles of Lancasgive prompt service. We are making the special price of the family, though in humble circumand more miles service to each tire. ter, priced at $120.. per acre ar.d 13 stances, is highly respectable, one of $1.80 per hundred F. 0. B. cars Lancaster. We are also When in your tires you' ride without worth it. " " .";- the brothers carrying the mail from worry of tire troubles. 500 200 acres of' high class lantl, making a specialty on painted and galvanized roofing. the depot to the postoffice. No reason $1.95 none better in Kentucky, high class For all 3 inch tires can be assigned for the terrible deed as Don't fail to see us when in need of lumber or roofing. ?2.20 improvements. Located on pike 3 mires all 3J inch tires no robbery was committed and the For $2.60 from Lancaster. , A beautiful home. For all 4 inch tires child was not known to have any all 4J inch tires $2.75 Is bound to please any purchaser. Price Danville is in a lever oi For enemies. $2.90 $150.00 per acre. '.1 For all 5 inch tires excitement over the cruel deed, and $3.00 all 5J inch tires. For further particulars write or cal should the murderer be captured he For ' on Hughes &. Swinebroad, the real esw would doubtless be summarily dealt NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE Dayton, Ohio tate mert. Lancaster, Ky. with. A-- See That J. E. Mount, Son x 3r & Co. 'Mm. n HERE'S INTERESTING ll n u n e o l mmi nt-nr- cas-tome- o i - OALTON RICH Nieh-olasvil- le e n. tx O ROWN, SERIOUSLY ILL. n mid-nig- On ..n d c pr-th. iY.J-Itte- s Kic-nair- d. $f m X vi - s ) feSfferfS m -- Qec-orat- cond-ictPii BlPI HE Lancaster tling CO. Bot- PARTAKE OF THE T HOSPITALITY SPECIAL' BARGAIN SEASON IS ON m r. IMTARM. w"' . McRoberfs Drug Store. Book-Keepe- hc-te- ". 4. m ... . f o "ION-PUNCTUR- te.-n-- e. . Citizens National Bank I first-agrad- c; HORRIBLE 7,500 Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,1300. CRIME IN 5E ST HATS IN TOWN DANVILLE 'raas t FOR THE MONEY. nt We Write Anv Kind of (VllSS m blsA ARNObD ecipes - Office at National Bank. . A. BEAZLEY & CO. avorite Ji-re- Mell Known .'. i- ggg)1iffwitiwii5. ' fC ft Anticipate Building r5 i -- Tobacco Barns I E ti I BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ROYAL -- Zivv Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. I ''-- t .- - ,t , . 4Page6 The Central Record Thursday May 28, 1914. Cogper King, 4582. .This handsome and royally bred caddie stallion will make the season at tny 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. R. C. TODD 224J. Record Trial 2:14J. half 1:05. quarter :31J, eighth :15J. Brown Stallion, 16 hand3 high, weighs 1200 pounds, foaled 1907. -- John Mjigan, Jr., was sired by John Morgan, he by Mirninduke and out Copper King and three white feet nnd was foaled sorrel, with .3nt910. He is by Lov! H'gV.and 2793, Dam Dwight Cora. 14"., by Forrest of an imported Jennet. Will also staii 1 lwt more good Jacks. One 5 years old and one G years old at Pnmrk, 1C3. he by Mambrino Forrest, he by Ned Forrest Jr. Lord Denmark. Highland by Highland Denmark, by Black Squirrel, by Black Esgle 71. $8.00 FOR HORSE MULE AND $10.00 FOR MA RE MULE. dam. Mrs. Culvers 3711. bv Harrison Chief, 1C0C. by Claik Chief. Copper King These Jacks arc both by John Morgan, Jr. 3705. 1st d.im Kentucky Beat, style besides being royally bred, is a line inJividual, perfect in co iformation, registered No. 2CM. $15.00 To Insure A Living Colt. New Buggy FOR SALE. Only been used a short time rnQ'(cUa - rAt1iCAame-ii- . e adfl jilace-- l will utand-in- f earuld jack. -- COMBINED STALLION. and is in perfect condition. Will sell at a bargain. -- will make the season of 1914 at my barn at hands high, with good bone, bead and eais and a good A LIVING breeder. I consider him the best jack in county. This j?"k aubject to He is 5 years old, 16 hands high, black and is sired by Ky. Pcavine, 2889, he by his.pedigree mm be furnished at the barn, A lien will be retained on all colts until the season is paid. Care will be Rex Peavine" 1736, he by Rex McDonald 833. His dam Black Dave by Stone wall Jackson," he by Washington Denmark and he by Imp. Hedgcford. He holds taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible f.hnu'd anv occur. Good Service. a high head and tail, has good action and as much style as old Pcavine and has Phone proven himself to bo a Rood breeder. A lien will be letained on all colts to secure the payment of season. Will Lancaster, use every me Am to pi event accidents but not responsible should any occur. 53-Pryantsviile, Ky. Bryantsville .Black At:$10.00 to Insure A Living Colt. 1 BLACK JIM. Squirrel Peavine id Jim $10.00 TO INSURE COLT. Henry Duncan. A. M. BOURNE fMay King 10272.220 Siieol J3. including Bln- 1 jren Adml-- I Yonng Mis Pireof I'hlan King (Todd sjsj n My Young Jim 2009. ml Dew.r Kico-Cole 2.Ik'.J4, John Ward 2:14f. I Sire of H In 2:10, indnd (Ariou 1M0. 2:07?4. i3t$i.ttc. J hire of l In 2:ll: dams of ins Bob Douglas 21',. Fanella2:l3 I Iowa Todd swJJ, The Ham of 1 Including Pa- 5in2:iu, etc. ! Northern Man2:6U ri, r die Mac 2 fct.'i. JlHi)wan I Directress 2:l!i 1 don Todd 2:071f. Todd Ky IHr-ct(3)2.0!i,.tc. 19. I Dam of I.Krandamof 5. Me2:u7?4.etc. ' f CmpireS. 12316 . ll.t Sire of CO dani9otltl Ireol Aniile.Marle2.si LAllieTee . .. Kentucky Hell dams of : Dura of Al MrftrvRnr By II amid 413. ( 2rJl'i. trial 2:1.:. nnd lreat l,rood mare '.Idol Wilket.f.22. C.Todd2:2i;i.trI!2:H'4 I . .' I'vitliia Wllke-Sireof h. dams of 9. Grandam of 2. allie Dudley. By Standard Bearer KM Dam of Markland 2.22. f Blngen . . . ) 3.i$ etc. & M. Moss, R. rhone Mr Breeder have you heard the news s Y ALDRIME- Phone 338-G-. T. O .HIIJL, Or. Wm. Buckeye, Ky. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. DON V&RRI6K JACK 42 In R. C. Todd, I feel that I m offer ing the handsomest, fastest, best bred Prices Right and most desirable! Stallion that has ever been placed before the breeders of 354-this - Kentucky. Todd and adjoining counties. His sire was one of the greatest sires of all time, having died at only eight years of age and yet sired 14 in the 2:10 li3t. D. Hisgrandsire Bingen 2:06J, besides having founded are ot the greatest families in the Stud book, is the sire of Uhlan 1:58, the worlds champion. On his dams side R. C. Todd is de. Office at Raineys Livery Stable. cended directly from Dictator. Harold -- -- Lancaster. Kentucky and Geo. WilKes, so it would that by right of inhertance. this young Stal lion should become as great a sire as A. Auctioneer. other members of his family. Should you fail to get a trotter he i3 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 hi3 services for this season only, at $20. to Insure Living Colt. 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 escapes but not responsible should any occur. Telephone 393. . t "iSsWiSHdaddy of wofiiie thiidrcn.'a JilCI m-- M Will make miles, from the season of 1914, at ray barn 3 Lancaster on the StahforoTpike-af." FOREST STAPP. K H'. Hlaoac b j and a girl: 'They were both over ''.Snchea Jiigh when foaled and $100.00 will not buy either cue of them. 'SUi.00 TO 1NSDRE A LIVING COLT. Morrow, Graduate Opticiai ! Itti-d- . Satisfaction Ciiaraliu-- u iDon'f forget the pretty spotted pony tviC. think of the price, only $8.00 each to insure. '$. E ILDR1DGE, HYATTSVILLE, KY. Don Vernck, by Onward Silver 2:05J (who sold foi J25.C00) by Onward, he by George Wilks, 1st dam by Wilks Boy 2:24J, 2nd dam Mary, by Boggs Grey Uagle, dam of the Wag 2:15J and Madlem J'ntten. dam of Bobber 2:10; Billy Wilton 2:20, Winchester 2:19J, Miss R. 2:30. Djii Verrick is bred exactly like Spanish Queen 2.0C.J, Duke "I Oenmark, Jr. and THE NEW Opposite Post Office. and sold for a handsome price. I will also at the same time and place stand my big 15 hand Jack at Barber Shop Bath In Connection. This richly bred Saddle Stallion will make the season of 1914, at my stable, on the Buckeye pike, about 2 miles from Lancaster, Ky. at the low price of $8.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Winner on the Track and In the Show Ring Against the Best in the Land offer the sern vices of the hordes. Thistle Doune, winning tace record 2:09 on the Grand circuit and winner of the champion roadster stallion class at Ktatp-Failylti, and Chimewood, 2:19 1 1 cjnsiflered by many he handsomest trotting billion. in the world, winner of the trotting bred -Villion class atilogfCenlticky Fair, 1913. BafdyTMcGregor 2:03 who recently sold for S40.COO.CU in Europe and Cis-i- e McGregor who recently bold for $10,000.00 in this country, are a who is himself the sire of Zuli-Mbrother and sistefoT Thistle Doune 2;09 2:29 4 and Madora Dmine (2), 2;26 4, and who has a large number in- training in the hands of Kentucky's famous leinsman, Ben and il is confilently expected that a number will tace to fast records . well-know1- -4 r, 3-- 4. 4, ta 1-3-Ken-jkved- y, $10.0(1 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. be retained on all colts to secure the payment of season. Will use every means to piTVent'accidents, but not responsible should any occur. A lien will J. . Seale,Prop . M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. 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 ha3 proven to be a sure foal producer and a fine breeder of combined horses. See him you breed. Lein retained on all colts for season money. Care taken to prevent ac cidents but not responsible should any occur. be-fo- rd jthe The only real proof of t'.ie individuality and soundness fihow liug. It gives Melrose Farm great pleasure lo rain of the stallion is LOGAN HUBBLE. Unprecedented Record For a Yotmg Sire Season l'JM Clarence Beazley SEASON 1914. 8BB8SZ833BB Residence Phone 220 Office Went Side a.m. to Office Hours 12. 1 p. m. to 4. Lexington Street at Bellevue Stock Farm, I offer for public service B- - F. jthiaj-ear- Chimewood lias the desliuction of being more sought nfler by stallion in America, and they offered the largest than (Jprice. ?3l0M:0p caskthy ofered for any stallion, which was refused. F)oiint,-$35.0- 0 to insure; CHimewoodT $25.00 to in- , -- -. a-iTJEBMS-'areT-nisUe Kentucky's "- Choice Foaled 1905 3765. DENTIST. Phone 65. Walteb Lancaster, Ky. ftsfc."" - . :mA$Z&00 To, Insure. A LiyingJ7oaL H. Paint . For furrier, information address, and extended breeding end Jdssciiptive "jl.fi. .CECIL. BLEUCHER v; 3" :!. Zti. l'iui-2:21- cata-,log- DANVILLE. KY. 46158. 27 ' Record 229 . Trial 2:14 . Half Brother to Lula Watts Trotter, Rror.'n Stallion, about 15J hands, foaled (2)-2:- !;!; Standard Registered Vol. SlMi). Night I 18. ilonl llrook J lam sofCS .lire of cf -- 4 inc houiirtr Kj f; KI1.10 -. litlil aiu'i. Itrlchtllelil S iJ$. I'il IJccord 2:ICH 1 Wils Mm f H r.r. ,, urn.nl MHre 811c of Hilly Biiri S ?";. I ViIki2:(M!. Hj invHiy i", Klmnl.a) 2w7'i. M.nlow( Ji iiii :i .iii. .T 'iAm ..'.( lcirMiKl i .(nl nl .ill. lirool: 1:fi. I'.ihiim (treat iiroori mare Mr- i, 1 ItrooL 'f i'i'A- S:l,clc Iftlnjo - 23i. l.iy BellUnoS f(. It) r .! Mi -- 3 Iln Wat l2) C" of Bleucher irti'i out of n lit" H. V:I7; KiMir 10 Silent nr.js'; -- 2f. I Monrii.o (3) 2:117'$ busie N. IS) tWilk vie. ! Jietty :lu. Pl.t. Ktrno 2.01'f. "l) Mitivf Silvrr Sill ((I to SRuu.ir . In Hi. tic. S:iii, Ky stri'li a.or.'S. Ivi oT '!nnii ":i'3'4. 2:(U. I 1 4,.'H. 2:1s. non-Ji- llnlf Sivit-- r Iliook J:ii;4. Silent Jemu Cl 11 llni" iifT,i 4:. i.i el I'.l'Jri'.'i hikI l.ilK clay I Kclrt' dni of 8:lJ. etc. Cl.n 11 $ Mi..in':.:J, K Carl W.Uen oT l KENTUCKY'S' CHOICE 3705, Sire My OwhICentucky. byLChester Dare 10. v 1st dam. JLrittle Kat 5821, by Prince of Denmark 42,'i. 2rrd dam, by Jupiter son of Commodore. Lick, Kentucky. 3rd dam. by Stump, the Dealer 92. 1910 show lecoid, 3i first including 8 championships, 1911 show record. 41 first including 15 championships antr-- 2 grand championships. 1912 only made 20 shows, winning 10 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 1913 at Ken tucky State Fair in the class for best stallion in service, defeating in 1913 his M. K. Denny ana . A. Wtaler full brother, Kentucky's Best. Kentucky's Choice has header the winning herd Doctors Of Dental Surgery. America's at the KentuckSr'StatcF-ai- r for the'past two years. greatest Saddle Stallion, not as a matter of opinion but as a demonstrated fact. Office: Stormes Bnildlngover Hurt & Ander-son'- 9 Furniture Store. Sire of Imperator t Rex. which sold at 15 months for $1500, again before two KENTUCKY. years old for .tO'K), the highest price ever paid for a Saddle-bre- d colt of the LANCASTER, same age. ffcre of Richard de Lion, won more prizes than any yearling out last season. A 1!H 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-bie- d sucklings at both the Danville and Stanford Fairs, including stakes at both p'aces 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 and C. &.O., to Parksville over the L. & N. All mares will receive i Residence Phone 3 my personal attention and all care taken to prevent accidents but not responsi- Office Phone 27. ble should any ocour. For further particulars, address He-is-to- day J. PATRICK, Dentist, J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer CHIEF NAPOLEON, No. 5107. .ANCASTER KY. This royal bred Jack will make the season at my idace 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 Nnpuleon, 3rd, No. 3706. 1st. Dam. Ky's Best, 2G54, by John Morgan, Sr. 1954. 2nd. Dam Joe Blackburn 1454, by Daisy, 1215. Hill NaDoleon 3rd. by Baunhtnan Napoleon, 2nd. he bv Napoleon 1796, he by old Napoleon, 1436. Hill Nipoleon dam Missouri Queen, by Senator Beck 2449, by Daniel Boone 1456. I consider this the best young Jack I ever owned. He . has served only two je i ace with foal. He is 15 hands high, black with white points. I will also stand a J.ick - (4 JOE McDOWELL, Agt., Danville, Ky. -- --If, We have for r.ale,some nice two years old and yearlings in both Stallions W769. 2:li, sire of Billy Burk 2:031, Meadow Brook 2:0CJ. Shabj'2:07i. Zarrine 2:07', Butty Brouk 2:0!)J. Emma Woot: 2)0j. rdv and Fillies', sired'by' Kentucky's Choice, out of dams By such "sires as Chester Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:10, Sd-- nt Bngad- - (2) 2:lO.Ilargaiv Batntfate Dare 10, Rex Peavine, Hignland Denmark. Cnester Chief and Dignity Dare Jenny A few select brood mare in foal to Kentucky Cnoic- (4) 2:07. etc. His da- (4)"2;111, etc. Sired dim of Chatty Inr-- et Clay, also produced RedJie Cay 2:2". n I tfamlam of Pru 2:2U. , nloko 21J57, sire of Frr.o 2:0')J ' inner Ktntucky Futuii Bille 1 2:07.' ont tTorke (3) 2:'Jl (Futurity w! i.ier.) ( ) 2:0tl. N. ). v d fi ) Manric (3) (i"J winuer,) () 2:03J (chimni 2:10 Silver Silk (4) 2;03J. Susiu N. (J. 2: 191 (Finirity winner,) G- - Silent Brook ftBe&? -- 1W ,??4G Off. 9 sV 8SK v- - He is 15J hands high, sirt-bv John Morg b Old Heecher, the d At $6. for r r Morgan. . e points and a fine i dividual. He was - champion Jack) D N mnie B..2653. k of his time. and $9. for Mare Mule. a 1 '1 " vin-er- ('tohel 2:101. "Vtc7 Si.-e-d dams of Ths Hnrvestei 2:01 (ci 1 nni m 'lotting stRtllonV Vim .,. '2091; Martha Tiptjnf(4).2ri')i. o'Neil (3) 2:132.eLc..,aBrpth;r to.Bnmi.-- . 2:03, ron U. 2:10. tc. I trial mile 2:142. half in 1:06, last qtiwrter in Bleucher 4G158, record He 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds rreatlyrcsembles his good sire Silent Brook and is out of CHayo, by the great hturftyircfctok. A grand" combination of two of the beat rale horse fami-e- s . lie being a real race horse himself, having hariv very of the present-dayIttie" training and most of .that by an amateur. It certainty looks like this aorse is of Grand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win his hare yd the money sure. EUClftiR' is a perfect type of a road horse, goodrgailed with perfect nanners;;a.r,ho boots or weights He has an undefeated record in the Stal-i&- n Road Class tor. l9l 3, "and is conceded by good judges lo be the best road .. .l. l. .t.fi oWoucUJisVWr; ' xhiais acood opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to breed ftnfflibf die trotting blood. Iook this horse's breeding over and 4enW irfaity thej&Ve tn trie list both sire and dam. This great trotting Stallion will make the seasou of 1914 at tny stable in ., -- . ,ca6tcr.Centck.(at S r'f Rochester 2:101, Momat-r-2:- ll Silik-i.(3- ) gtllH'u t) (4) SEASON VMS A 33 Marttt St, 10UISTILIE, Dealers in FUSS, HIDES, WOOL. i! 1QI4 1914 and ravbestmartei e are dealers; established a l can uo tin l itK for you agents or commission mer- s. References any bank in lon- e. Write for weekly price list. M. SABEL & SONS I Dorset i Dm, Cjitucky's ri Jr. e Stallion will table, one nd six miles very low price -- te the season i East of Mct . nt of Lancastei is ALL PEAVINb Sire Rex Peavine t 4092 10. to Insure a Living Colt chestnut in color, about high and weighs about 1,200 hands pounds, with fine mane and tail and p enty of bone and substance, with lots .. style. He hs of natural uarters in forty seconds and stepped just as fast in harness, both in r i ,ml pace. He is bred in the purple, being by the great Dorsey Gold Pii. I. 52. He is a full brother to Estelleby Zicalda Gold Dust, 4400. he by GuliI Du- -i 150. he by Vermont Morgan, he by Justin Morgan, he by old Comet vi..,.,.,. 1st dam Peavine 85, by Young Diamond, he by Diamond Denmark, he In v Denmark. He has proven himself a champion breeder and b- some of the best colts in Central Kentucky, ranging in price from $125 00 i $150.00 as weanlings. His books are filling fast. Visitors are welcome at a'l times. until season money is paid. Mares transferred I retain a lien on all Everything for Orchard. Lawn and and must be paid at once. Care taken to or bred elsewhere, forfeits Garden. prevent accidents, but not reumsible should any occur. Phone 364-He is a rich 15 1 796, Dam Lucy Wells 6404 Go to the records, TREES Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. Champion Sire of the World. Strawberry Plants dont take any body's word. Fruitand ShadeTrees Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines Fee $40 to Insure biving Colt -- h-w - v"T" Ji;?POOvTo.Insure A LiyimjJ jqtt.A Lien tyStfee'iare bf, mares oVfrasa'at'lO'c'peray. 'f4fmPPeP-W- ? forfeervico fee.'-- Money due when mare isHraded or parted with. ' Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. - - AND K GOOD ONE - Write for free Catalogue. No Agts :jm. . B. BURTON, LANCASTER, KY. R: S. SCUDDER, r H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons Lexington. Kenttirln?. Nurserymen since 1841. Walker Bradshaw, Mccreary, Horses, Jac- - KLEPHONtftta. 95. McKINNEY, -- :: KENTUCKY. - a d Jennets for sale at all times. Kentucky. V. ..- j3 . . .. sf - .' . Jw :?j f-- .& The Central Record, Thursday May 23, 91 4: 1 . Page 7 Typical Scene at a Redpath Chautauqua ' '. L.&N. Train Schednfc At Lancaster, Ky. . Arrjvc. No7o;"6:CO a. m. To MayavilK-- , connecting at Kichmonc v.itli I. &, N tn Frankfort & Lcuuville; r t Wii.il with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & er '"i.d, at Paris to Circinnati. No 71; 8:35 - m. I " flow land & Stnnf i ifcrcl, I. &N toai) Xo'-'-S; ; connecting nta Scuth :th L & diit'tor 11:01 a in. ' ' v.rr ifhir.orrf, eonnoct.n & Beatty Middlet-i- i "refill, N"o !o. oi .r I . to.v 70; 11 So ''cl.nir rd, connr'i ("incinnati. ."o ' rh it. . Vs 27; 2:C0 p. I'Vt'lc, connwtin " o KiizabethU? . ' . 1 ',a.-.c.- ' at BardstMv. wn & JCo S; 8:42 t. nVirc?. conn-.- - : Springf J J" I. U Pntnl & At: M p. i" ' cits sonr.d ?rI T movement dates back to licit-- will lie o:ip of the lup LHR fiirthconun-- ; Rctlpath Clinutar.-iiilittle less than tuuua movement In the United States tauquas are under I'ttlpath manasemeiii '' li. re are i" ont " ' The army of people now employed iu all the different fcatar.t. cf ln-c- i or the Intic' tuld in this The nur.iluT of ten: ('liaotau ,r er - Ttu aliiu1 pliotorai !:i t!i . t'hjn ui ; t!i.', fa worl; over the cir tt " ' kpai.-- e tse 'o i m'-' y h .s i ,:.rr i to u i . Auiow 1S72. vi. j t tout ansl crowd. The past ye.ir" nraili of t'ij Chin- lli.in 2,200 this summer. One t'u't-- .' ' if I!h s Chan rt wide pnldieity imoii kivui llio name Cnautanqna In tse jir"s of ISo lounlry. s.tvps to emphasize tne nwvciuotit's ta portance. The bcsina..i of t'vi C'i.mt.iiKinu i. ' ' .... t .i Chaut.iuipi j-t. i 1,".(K 1 ; j umu Oo'if who t v k'f! irs-Jre- of at :t:r-nr-" -- t, i "I t .i '., fhinanyore iml prove I .n calami;-- . , (fE DC DE Comments of Hon. Theodore Roosevelt, Ex-Presid- ent World-Famou- s Men on the Chautauaua i. Five-Da- y 1'. i. :o atti! 1 Ii'crtese llitYs oll'i'e 3. - 1. TIjjhr. I '- ! Keep in Mind that Our City Is to Have a Great Chautauqua Program This iason 3 of the United States, says: "The chautauqua is the most distinctively American thing in this country says Hon. Champ Clark, Speaker of tho National House of Representatives, t'.'t rifi'rns KatiwM! Hen. William Jennings Bryan, Secretary of State, says: "The chautauqua affords one of the best opportunities now presented the public speaker for the discussion of questions of interest to the people. The audience is a select one and always composed of the thoughtful element of the community, and as they pay admission they stay to hear. I believe that a considerable part of the progress that is now being made along the line of moral and political reform is traceable to the influence of the chautauqua." of Armour Institute of Technology, says: "The cLautauquas have become Erca I Dr. FrankSW. Gunsaulus, t'ne World's Greatest . J and President hey arc among the feeders for our colleges and universities. a itn per cent of the students in the institutipn of which he is president, Armour Institute, ov.e thci: presence to the chautauqua influence." people's univer- - ' le further statf ' "A gieal many newspaper wits shoot their shafts at chautauqua lectuier, and certain purse-proueditors undertake to make it a aia for a public man to lecture for pay. They think it the height of sarcasm to refer to a public man as chautauquan. There is one gret virtue chautauqua mdney. !t is clean money. You do not have to explain where 50U t;ot it. If a in man doe, not desire to go to hear a lecture, there is no law to compel him to do Ci The chautauqua has been a powerful forco in directing the political thoujli; of the country, I defend the chautau:a nd th which is largely sociological in these latter days chautauqua lecturer, widi whom I have been associated, because they constitute as (Inc. a group I a of nifii :vid tv can be found amonj tho splendid citizenship of AmcrL."1 From deep atiQ ah,:du.g interest in them, and bid them-- hearty godspeed in their The Arena. d a Caiit! Dreffcry.Of.Gana;d Coaclj, : i i '.Tn't, CKiarh. A .ir i . . 'iiiU'i)!) Wil'l.m B. U I.oa. n.ii.i. uui: ri- - I'lrcnli M ,t. " . Tr.l or. ii it-- . , 1. t.iicr Td ,1 TV. Jtp. II. Iirnr.r.. Ro'nuftOL SI ?mo " Beu) K. ' ''ter cgrvicr -- tllj 'n ' .' I'm II i . -- 1. V. r -- "nttj :. C. Vi..i.r Hamlllnr ToiiiHt .Arol'i wV A I" l?t tl 6D. " . n'JcllOOl . rrri J.l rim 1. Rijr T3 vaE DG IB ikee: rr iffax -l mrte'S. -- I XI K. B. tl BJ L. I' 1t4-Ct- r ii rj k:, mt tm ,Mii uwi,w..' Terpid Liter. tMMIMlim VMi'lbTlt J Fci ,1 Tk itLi ' 4 i'.liM I tititi. c SietKKAKV. it.DI.t. ! -- H" 3EC 3EC "Ihs n II 7 m nev.zrzLl LANCASTER. - a? e w nrn &s c INCOKPORATCD $1.00 Per Year In Advanee, KENTUCKY. Mips Fior.i Jackson is .1 visitor at Mr. T'li'li Forbeo nv ry Mr;. Eliza Riv vwittd at Mr Daniel anr1 Attic B. Hums j iri--e.viiboti I.. 1 IV-oiulitinn. They Ray 3 Sundaj . hi il His.. G. V Sutidbiin Suntlav. i. - t..ii klj u..J gi.n .in if " r. Boltiin wv tin ginst if ' 1ln. Wpfinvn ft 1. il !iw tinilar an-rettet,'' writes Mrs F ii. j s.ii:. - iripT ii!- -, N. Y. '.is-;!- ! pointment at Antiuch Sunday. . Koi 1.1110 jihI ja. Hiikv. Sunday. att 1 ?irs. Mike Forbes n eivoting a Ink Maiy FJalvHi spf few . ji "'m t'wr xft" with her jrHr nothor Mrs tobacco farm for Mr. Darnel Ray. EIizii Hume. B. I Walter, Dentist, olfice west side iiohtoii Mr. ami Mm. GeirRp I rather and Lexington street, Lancaster, Ky. pd. : tt 1 2Cr Mr j;1. jii..:. and Mrs Parson Se- - Miss Mar Jane Fihv itt visited at C. a H lbfiirl. aiul "amity vigilcd Mr. a::.. 2!., C Barnutt Sittiuday night and Sunday. ii iJt- - A S. Deane spyiit a part of last Ollis Casey Sunday. Misbes DelU and Lulu Barnett en- 11 t . .mi initiatives in Jcssumino Co. terfained quie a cioaiI of yoinjr folks Si'k lie: d: tits. Sunday. I'ettie Scott returm-t- l n J Normal b'chool M0nd.1v Us'. The yonnjx ijeopli? of Antioch has Mr, A L. Lud;u. Eaw r. ' Mollje Crawford of Baeua Vhta jj. y., as n ietim ( 1 a Chrislisti Kni'i-iior- . We '; I'e iphn v ; '" I'ensnrt jjuest cf Mr . ii this un- .v a hnl' ! hope they will b sinv.-vjtV- i i ' nd ciwstiti "'dpr'il-ip-r- . weakened ;mo de'i'f'tr.td .c-t- "! i H ... ct T. Ii, ..ie!i t. . Mr. Ph'! clrlai vt . "1 have nseil Ci'amberlain's 'f ' m 'or the past six year 'iver slio'.ffs signs of ti--. ''t- - SPECIAL HOSIESY Guaranleed Vc:r-D.i- r OFFER Hosiery For I ...I, DUt. l:ti, Dlsl. r.. m:d Oh i.ti.A St. 1st. Pi r1. D'st. Jo. Jam- le"1- h, ;:i n rp" viriV(' Iirr - M:. .wiJ Alls Thi ir Jiir-.' and chiii' j i (. i'l Su-- ui i. I Hen Tvid Wonen Tt ' -- Ladle,' Sj r Oifer t Kn O In til lilt . !! For Limited Six pair of Tin r cuarantefd hc- - colors with written j;rarante and 1(V fir nci. r. ji ly f v' !' valce lidies in t ' i . itn or white li 91- .H '. I. ! " -- 1 - .'M-sto- n . J.-- -- fj fit t'lfrl. -- J (.tin . en . , Jit Mm..K. , ,, w.KCBTimT u For a limitf C ''i' e hz: pairs of cit ( I . K Iterron bi.trai.tfed Hose O'ir finest 35c a . ni.iVCII.JI-U- ; any color with written gvaranteo aid a r Pnr'.-iftrw.y. ir Pa'r of our well ki n Men's Paradise W 'I 'ajiviie. tk and 10c for I'. ' . Garters for , e rinll-ir- , 'pi if special eic. for? I 00 cit; I - .iJn. H. K i,i'K JtN. Dim. L.NlA-Tili fit. ' .; -- J -- kh roi: men ' .: frtBi. noblaiK.i ', -- t i, .- h .4. j 'ct-i-cy- r-- ... uttemk-- ,ro uiitff Chninbe'tm'Tabtotft. fi'v & -, n tar ( tJ ti .i t- - - iidav. Mrs. Rob- - -- t ! ftiid . Sher.j i , n I'jih carL t. .... J li. iftr : .. i so hi- - i niu Jr. ilrs !' , ,i . C.i.rn b urv nuinr rrri TMeniiiiit to too iuk' effr'ctiv'e. In s; tK' . .&ti lu, ! uel g n( by al dealers. . "I ' '. "Tin .OTU I i .ti th." BEAUTIFUL 101) AND ui M, r ).' it' - nit S- ALL KINDS OF -- - ikkajhi:kk!. 0 P t JOB P lft R 8" izt B" ? u Lex m Serve irar 3GI IE u Ybvr. TlTaruti i " ?Jiss Jeiini Lau rente", Oi arc! '",.::cr. ,;i cud jrnutdson no jj 0 iwei flHrue nnd L. i Areri' the guests of r V tisri.tei L-- vr I t. H. R. Montgomery salurua. Mr. .iid ulrs Hurch Hohter, oi Mis. J. A. Clark and uister-- ! Mu.st-- s ttnford. woie visiting her Jet.nie atid Besiic itotr- - of here Surdaj wen the guests of th-- sister .... .... u. join. T. Ricsbv traded. 1.(r Suturday night and Sun-- 1 sized bunch of altlf to Mr. John B, 'd-i- j Anderson for his automobile. M . and Mrs. J no Hicks and children Mi. J. F. Payne, o'ur pupular blackMr. Mivl Mis Ed Her.drickson and son. smith had the misfortune to cut the Mr and Mrs I. F. Naylor of Orchard first joint of his index finger off while Grove attended preaching at this place operating a drill. He dressed the Sun'ay. wound himself and continued to work. Hamilton of Hamilton , Mrs. James The play, "Lady Masons," was Valley and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark given here at the Masonic Hall by of Boyle were with their parents Mr. home talent. The 'ladies acquitted and Mrs. F. W. Montgomery a part of themselves very creditably and received last week. much applause. The play receipts Miss Lavina Montgomery who has weie $42. Proceeds will go to our been at the Good Samaritan hospital at Consolidated School. Lexington, since April, preparing for a Mr. and Mrn. Jumes Bryant, of trained nurse was taken suddenly ill on Judson, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morgan, of the 10th inst. Her parents here were I Point Leavell. MrJ and Mrs. Hayden summoned to her bedside immediately. Leavell, of Lancaster, Mae Mrs She was operated on for appendicitis Thompson and children of Sweeney, and also had a tumor removed from her Mrs. Logan Thompson and P. B. side. She is doing; nicely now and ex- - Thompson. and wife visited J. J. Thompson and wife Sunday. jpects to be able to return home soon. :.i M-- ..jj i - .a Mi d-- p.i-en- ts - e j 're Lear V,'. S. E-- i i.rj A. . . i'dll, O. W. Gillispie bought of John Tlesi Many are rich. iart pictures of H C. Arnold Mts. P.Ut e D. Gill. a work mare. Sa-i- !i I L. HtcMey. BEAUTIFUL J.ODKLS AND Jas. G. C nn." m" 7eo. W. H. Furr Bealev fi ACTRESSES V.. R. RaT. Rich. his farm for Sl'il. Also a Self Filling ''i vi'I i dd ottiVr nams for "K ccdIe'.V H. Faj ette Chadwel! bought of 'i FOUNTAIN PEN Furr the Warriet Lellv farm.fo- - tfJ 0. ci The sisters of Good Hope chitreb are All for only 50 cents tounly Cowl Pays. engaged in papering the church house. of Lawson The Methodist Richmond, 1st. Monday, Tfio createst linnrain in beautiful Pari!, 1st. Monday, cards and rare art pictuies ever offered, chapel have completed the job panering 1st, Monday. Many are hard to obtain and have sold iel1" church hUSe" Tlar-- t singly for the price we ask for all 'rurg. Int. Monday. . ,s raoro CaUrrn , thf3 ot Loxintjtcn, 2nd. Monday. These will go quickly to all lovers of the country than nil other diseases put ana until tho last few yrars SNinford, 2nd.Morrlay. the beautiful in nature who appreciate together, was supposed to He liicurab'e. For o SIf'.by-iilie- , 2nd". Monday. rare art pictures of well developed,! great many years doctors pronounced it a i local aiseu.se ana ir.'scrii;i local reme Carlisle, 2r.d. Monday." models. dies, ana Dy constantly inning to cure e. Danville, 3rd.Mond;. A reliable fountain pen wlth.loeal treatment, proiKMlnccd It'Incur-abl- a Science his proven Catarrh tO'be Lt'vrencehurg, 3rd. Monday. free with each order. These alone have constitutional disease, ami therefore requires constitutional treatment, t tail's Nicholesvil!e, 3rd. Monday.' sold for one dollar in stores. Catarrh Cure, manufactured Dy P. J. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. The 100 beau ti(iij1cajrd3 and pen all Cheney & iCo , Toledo, Ohio,' Is the only Is .. forbutSOcantfOrnMr&for post- Constitutional cureTton thedlmarket. onItthe Komer? et, 3roVMb; acts feet lyi taken internally. blood and mucout surface ot tlie Byatem. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. age They offer one hundccil dollars for any LANCASTER. 4th. Monday, case It tails to cure. Semi (or circulars ' Winchester, 4th. Monday. and testimonials. ART PORTRAYAL CO. Addrem: F. J. CHENET & CO.. ToledJ. O. Monticelto, 4th. Monday. Sold by Druggist-- , ISc. Take Hall's Famlly.Pills for comtipatlcn. Dayton Ohio. Versailles, 4th. Monday.. POST CARDS "- "he You know .'. hi. iio-i- -; ll'.ey test when all ( her;. U iled. Thry give real fixjt comfi it. ....j h.i "o sp.inns ' . en mi; to rip. Tht rio md baggy as the is knit in, not -press J in. M.- ed for fineness, for m V, .'. tnpt it ritj of H materinl ar.d wcrl.n iireljilp, ''oliiti'lv n w.-i-i x :rn.t!j tt'th-o- n ; stainless and hole's, or a new pniY fier. t iei(.re V l Don't dola' erd in COLORED offer expires. G e con nit size. WEAR-EVEHOSIERY COMPANY .'CM' Da tn Ohi". -if -: KsiiKi". jrrt I 'W ' . ip-7N. v7- KS . - hi .rr. , fi f ut .' ; - ute al! cr I ons not ' r any purp : 'ord her at. '. - tpcr ra ar.d uarc r f the laxv iecta.'Iy t' J. v, ... ' ' 1 R H ' .'. ! W I.r:a Jtr.--.n- fiCe S. Weave j , er-f- .r i v ru'i;-i- . " l I'. - rt. self-fillin- g :u' $ V P .MAi.? ' ft fage' ti6onieootocnnMinnmoBot The Central Record, Thursday May '28, :1'9I4. SALE FOR TAXES. The City Council has ordered publishmeet-ingjiig- i fARMER'SCOtUMi krmaie tw.lnw tfilt lif'srim? I e fnr use or our i&rmor subscribers, heea.ltv ot stoSk.cTMa Riid such things on jin tlie farmer cannot afford ,to ttrai So notice will bo nccepjedjOver four wo issue ot the Jlne. and uill I.e. out i'coup. f rce of cliafco rl ?.! To Interpret tlte $ ed the names of those persons who owe trie excln- - the city taxes for 1912 and 1913 and if and la for same 'is notpaid by the regular ht . -- 1912 four stock hogs from 93lo 103 pounder Miss Rella Arnold Fred Conn,' .Lancaster, Ky. Joe Francis Jno. Francis on Lancaster and JWrs. Maiy Clarfc J. A: Jones Gippercreek jiikejltasa cutting box, Dr. Pontius fiiowing machiue and liay rake for sale Mrs. Chairs Walters ctoeap. All in ;ood repair. parties owing will either be sued or property will be sold to satisfy the unpaid taxed. The following is' a list of those who are indebted tothe city and the amounts: in June, $10 50 1 98 2 82 4 28 2 41 24 25 35 50 10 88 4 22 2 25 4 25 4 88 7 13 63 38 1 88 6 00 5 16 20 67 3 75 2G 25 11 40 2 10 "THE MAN FROM HOME" At Our Forthcoming Chautauqua ffihri Coming to Our Chautauqua JiH Jitagg f'js;-.,'''-;- Victor Bogaert Go. Leading Manufacturing - wf z.i!"'it;'" - 't . t , - j, f! . i- Jewelers & Importers 133-1- 35 West Main St. -:- 1 Lexington, iiffilJ$$g& $' "Zi - Kentucky. New York, Brussels, Belguim. 'fort willing SALE:-Twcn- ly atfcKN'''"Vs$';,-- s vF&v' 7lRu ' A - t v. , i . .. ". I 1913 ',: WXWT it r wf mijm' mVi - h l s?ih mmi84tft?. 1 Paint Lick, sold to Anderson Heirs AE. EYerselefof Cauada, a handsome Miss Rella Arnold plantation nir.rc. for $250. Mr. Rogers Dr. Wm. Burnett also Durchascd of William Arbuckle, a Joe Francis Jno. Francis yearling Vilson Rogcm, of tnare-iiiulfor-200- It' '" i'j' ' Iv ,' w , tviJi-:- f '- v-wm vt 3 jKaI if a m all dubi. m a K Onieklr rellerM nfiftnm&tljin- - SarsSfc. Your monrr tack If it fails to re- - m aoT acna in anr ran 01 ino poor mm xuwen minnirs uau. iit vctk. ' j 'j viv wiJhPHI iS sue. UJrugguis. irncaMmp aad At Allac&( rtqwu drenlar a Jtm zz&am'' W'fwi$ II 342 Eatt Main BOURBON BEHEOr COMPANY, Lexington. Ky. St. . T. M Howard Lancaseer Hospital H. T. Logan . liss Buelali Mac Ucazlej' was at Kate P. Miller Lancaster last weeh. Mrs. W. M. Mahan Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Surton motored Dr. Pursley tejDanville last week. J. P. Prather Mr. and Mrs. S M. Turner visited Mrs. C. D. Todd Mrs. Chairs Walters Mr. and Mrs .Tos Ross. Mr. Paul Eiiiott vims the recent guest John Walters T. K. Watson of Mr. Bradley Bourne. L. E. Herron, city Tax Collector. Tom C'ltton and son of Madison "Ir. 'iSited Mrs. Rolinda Hill. Mr. and Mrs, Jasper Noel visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. K. Schooler. Mo. E ;. lt?y and Miss Leota Ray ruiteil Mrs. KsyV mother at Lancas- RfcGreftitf. d. ter. . Some Things to Be Remembered In Misses Leota and lto3a Ray were at- tractive guehls of Misses Emma and Bessie R. Sr.ndcM. v Misses Her Kill, Minnie Brown and Kurt are in Lancaster this week the guests of Mamie S.tajjp. Mr. and Mrs. Walker, Bradshaw and hindsome little children visited her par yits Mr. and M. fJV 0. Hill. EVERYTHING h ticks HAN NEEDS Outfit J$l ; ., Complete Swing Ai $1 10 10 To advertise our Universal .Shaving ntfit and Utiimnal Products we will limited lime oiily, end this well (ftfr.a Shaving Outfit for ?l.O0. We product!; to the consumer direct p fid therefore you save all agents' promts which as vou hnsw are very larger r. I Ilollow Gio'jnd Razor. ,.1 Iviiich Lather Bniah. , $ Razor Strop, Canvas Back, . A Isiekel Ease Hack Mirror. ,w Jl f twi tra.lwsis'Rimi '' 1W Shaving Box Talcum Powder. ifc'Decoratod ChinvMug. '.uumihuni Barber Comb. ;" Diille itair Jlrush, o'utfitiucfceii in noat ax $1.00. nr MquoJt Order, jiwttjje 10c ex- J BaiWr Towl. $," if '' .'; falo-Ohr- imonifGts co, . . WEILS WATSON GLNN. ,HE four act play, "The Man From Home," by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson, is to be presented here at the Chautauqua by Wells Watson Ginn. In a personal letter Mr. Tarkington expresses the flies away from the sick, pleasure at belne nrlvlleced to bear his story enacted by Mr. Ginn. especially those HI with conta"I am greatly your debtor for your Impersonation of The Man From gious diseases. Kill every fly Home,'" writes Mr. Tarkington. "One feels the whole play growing into that Tstrays into the sickroom. HU tangible existence as you enact it The characters live and walk before the body Is covered with disease germs. auditor, and by some rarely concealed and subtle art of your own I seemed Do not allow decaying material of to be looking at a crowded stage and not at one man. I have seen the play any sort to accumulate on or near your presented in rehearsal and after probably over a hundred times, and I have premises. myself read it aloud since Its inception over and over. If yon could hold me All refuse which tends In any way to spellbound, as you did, what couldn't yon do to an audience?" fermentation, such as bedding straw, Fine reports regarding Mr. Ginn's work have come from all parts of tb paper waste and vegetable matter, country. should be disposed of or covered with lime or kerosene oil. Screen all food, especially milk. Keep all receptacles for garbage carefully covered and the cans cleaned or sprinkled with oil or lima See that your sewage system is In good order; that It does not leak, is up to date and not exposed to flies. Pour kerosene oil into drains. Cover food after a meal. Screen all food exposed for sale. Screen all windows and doors, especially the kitchen and dining room. 'Burn pyrethrum powder in the house to kill' the flies: Don't forget if you see flies their breeding place. Is in nearby filth. It may be behind the door, under the table or'ln the cuspidor. If inhere Is no dirt or filth there will be p.o fifes. If there is a nuisance in the neighborhood write at once to the health Fighting the Fly. K1 T K to this country Be became a member of the vocal faculty of the Chicago Musical College. Mr. Towns' early training under such masters of the vocal art as George Sweet of New York, Bouhy and Leroux of Paris, George Fergusson and Otto Lessman of Berlin and Francesco Mottlno of Milan gave him foundation work of the very soundest and best. KIRK TOWNS, BAEIT0NE SOLOIST. IBK TOWNS, wldely:known baritone, has achieved success as a con cert artist and teacher, both in Europe and America, in an ne spent eleven years sojourn in the European capitals. After return-inj- r 'SSE5pZ?iPiK LOUISVILLE, KY. The South 1km el. Absolutelr prices. m- - Hotel Henry Watterson mft popular f; priced, modem situated in the very heart of the retail shopping diatiictand near ai I the theatres. Finest Cafe in Louisville, with moderate Club Breakfast from 25c up ; noon 50c; table de hote Dinner, 6 to 8 p. $1.00. Also elaborate a la carte service in Restaurant. Rathskeller open from 4 p. m. to I a. m. Orchestral and vocal music ' Chautauqua Lecturer Who Has Studied Labor Problems In the Laboratories of Living Men Signor E. Forcellati. Dante to Direct His Band Here During One Day of Our Chautauqua ' ROOM PRICES With running water and private toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 par day Large sample rionu with private bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. You are cordially invited to make this notehyour headquarters while in Louisville. even if only for a day. Have your mail and packages addressed here. You will always be a welcome guest. (ROBERT B. JONES. Manager. l " """ ''-- " .'" " " ' ' TJpff'fl' JmfT'P III III II I If I I I I J"vS. i 'mmmmmmmmL'fmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmJwk II I I (ill .&$ ow4v v'ju" MaaK,-"w. w ?a'iZfy'v''vmmmmmmmmmmWZ.'' ?S.V'i 'j II I I aB '&mi6$r?i fJ&BtRmmmmmm&v s'r 'III 11 1 I I LHaaaLIHaaaB&SaBaaaaalf ''-'-- "Pj H II IKli I Vil IlKV Int III I 111 J I I i I SEEO CORN I have Boone County White and Red Cob CORN from the crops of 1912, also Reids Yellow Dent crop of 1913 which has been eftrefully handpicked as well as all other farm Seeds. Write for samples and prices. 'i II II I II ikiB' j c ' '''.' hj If III 111 Cleanliness Kills Flies. General News. Vice President and Mrs. Marshall wer the guests of Judge Ch.ae. Kerr iml'igton :Tuday and were tender- a public reception at the Phoenix Sd" H- Tne McCormick Lumber W4S Co plant burned in. Lexington Sunday causing a loss of 50,00 J. The fire is thought t'lhave originated fiom a cigarette stn carelessly thrown away by a bov. j George Alexander, president of the defunct bank of Paris bearing his name nearly bonds itf under tnreo aggregating differij),C00 on iniictnrentS'on ent charges, including One for embezzlement, Congressman claim'lliat if President Wiihon's trail legislation plans are jKesed, that Ctiigres will not be able to tdjourn until late ii the fall instead Without the support of a united and of the latter ptrl of July as was an- aggressive public sentiment sanitary ticipated. laws will avail but little in the con'The second tiial of Lieut. Chas. Beck- servation of public health a good reaer in New York charged with being son why you should become an active crusade. There's the instigator of lb? plot which result worker in the anti-flroom for everybody in the ranks of i the death of gambler Herman the army of disease fighters, and the resulted in a verdict of warcry is guilty, w.nch carrias with it the pen-a't- y OW do flics live through the win- - ter? A few lacy, logy flies can be found half dead, but still living, around chimneys and warm places in the house or stable. They will come, to life just as soon as the boys begin, playing marbles. If no' gArbage or filth were to be found the female flies would die and the stock might be lost We must keep things clean to keep flies from breeding. When they have come are"can catch them with fly paper or .fly traps or kill them with fly poison. We can keep them out of the bouse by keeping the windows and doors'screened. They crawl into the sugar, the milk and the bread. They have Just been crawling into other places. They get typhoid germs and give you typhoid. They get consumption and spread it. W. BUSH NELSON, Lexington, Ky. V r v eH t II It has the only real continuous door opening. Hoops made of tested steel. Hoops can be adjusted from ladder front door frame. Doors made of California Red. wood. "The Wood Eternal." The location of our factoiy us lowest freight from mills to factory, and from fac-to- ry to you. Gtt a btter Sth amJ Sort mtnty by writing us to-dfor catalog and prices. LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. (Incorporated) "" III lift I '' v lQmL ' w'V,-.-- v'fVgRwjR 11 111 I r.o.siuosF. louistau r.r. SWAT THE FLY SIGN0E E. FORCELLATI DANTE. y fj Pi 0 GEOEGE L. of '.ecrocution. SWAT THE FLY Where Disease LwrKS. fly has long, feathery used in gather ing minute particles of In these and the stiff food. hairs on the body lurk the disease germs that the house fly spreads everywhere he goes. NE of the big features of the Chautauqua here will be the appearane of Signor E. Forcellati Dante and his Italian band on one day of the program. Signor Dante was a student in the Conservatory of Naples at the age of seven and graduated from that college at the age of seventeen. Ten years later be became leader of bis band, lie is also a trombone soloist of unusual ability. t rsyB) ONE iffiop POULTRY 1 Of BOURBON CURE Aui'OHOW TIRE ' i M'inrrT. Schulz's Cut Flowers CBb AT FACTORY 'PRICES doivna chick's throat cures Capes. A few drops In the drinking water cures ana prevents cho.era, diarrhoea and othcrchfc disease. Oce 50c bottle mikes li callons of medicine At a uiugglsts. Sample and booklet "Diseases of Fowls" hentci FREE. Bourbon Reaeily Co. laiigto:. It r FROM '.SAVE 30 to 00' PER CENT Tire, 28x3 30x3 30xl5i 32x35 34x3J 32x4 4x4 Gx4 "' . Tube ?LC5 l."D5 10.84 11.99' 12. ' ' 2.80 ' 25 3.00 3.35 3.G0 .13.7J 6x34 3.60 3.90 4.85 4.90 37xJ 37x5 . All . 24.80. - e.io 0.90 Non-Ski- EOHGE the "dinner pail man," who Is to lecture at our Chautauqua on "Culture and Democracy," has been upon the platform for years, and few men have had more return dates than he. As Governor Hoch of Kansas says, "He has a blir brain, a blc heart and a big message." Mr. McNutt was a farmer boy, Hoosler born, from Douglas county, I1L A student for a year at Princeton university, a graduate of Wabash college, he became a Presbyterian preacher at TJrbana, VII1. To the west of the church was the University of Illinois, with its army of students; to the east the shops of the Big Four railroad, with its 500 dinner pail men. Thus from the first the preacher was confronted with the practical relations LIVE STOCK MARKET. of culture and .democracy. After preaching fifteen years in TJrbana, Indianapolis, New York city and the far west Mr. McNutt entered the University of CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, May 27 Hogi Sheep Hard Knocks to study first hand social and economic questions. Beginning Cattle CATTLE: Shippers .:..... !58 60 as a roustabout in an iron mill, the preachor worked incog, through Indiana, Rnfyrir atoAe arfr o acsa c. Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, Boston and through New England Good to choice 7 23 8 oo j up to Maine. For seven years the man from the pulpit, with his wife and Common to fair 5 76(57 00 boys, lived the life of the unskilled day laborer's fainlly, studying the probHeifers, extra 8 35 8 65 lems and conditions of the laboring people in the laboratories of living men. Good to choice 7 76 8 25 Mr. McNutt's lecture here will be one of the features of the Chautauqua. Common to fair SO 5 THI G Tj. M'NTJTT, FLORAL DESIGNS.' JlyKAF Phone 43 or -- All orders filled with Nice,Choice Flowers 339-F- . All orders are appreciated and will be delivered promptly. Silo WILLIE F. MILLER,' Agent I BS HliThe GivesThat M I B!i .! Satisfaction S 509s 75 d other sizes in- JjU. Canners s 504 SO 15 per cen additiml, red tubes Ifres Bolls, Ialognas . 8 00 7 00 fen per ceat RWtrcmg. AH new. Fatballs...! 857 28 CALVES: extra 86O10B0 ff art fresh, guarMfteM Hires. Ut Adhtogood... ,...,?:,... tfB81060 Sctnaard andjnjtftatttiMaltes.'Jiay' CoonandlarieJ...:ii'A.,!t?'ttSro from u'S irtWMier.' iC.per HAGS : good packers and botchers 8 direct S.So - MjSfiT di3counfuapMit 4t ',tail ac- - WMiiii. nuimmn a w., .. f.i---, lV . XJJZ d t..Y lB..i.;.......vv;..,y.r,''.w.i,.l. tteRSOi ji-.cen- t vBnuuuiBQBoieneaTTiWs. botI7J. deposit 'hyfhzjrrmikih UiMWBferf:,.A.......v,K.rS9(98SQ : -- Cows, extra Good te choice Common to fair . 6 ... e 00 507 S56 60 Lancaster Home-comin- g 25 Uliii:ilttsl fectly, winter and summer. Has the famous doors that swing on hinges convenient to oper- I ate keeps silage per- -- JU f iJ. t - at SUBSCRIBE FOR ' Golored Fails. it iV Sn-Fk- i. Write for evreHeraad Silo Book Mailed Free 4AI10 sret offer 00 ths ,'4o I. - . -- mm . Pi 1 - . Pj mj-'.flRE FACTMKS y, t. A. . ri, The M - Central .4' Record. Mr f n- - SBCP2tM.;t.... nOtfo. Coamiotatr.: - ...T. '..'. t O0IS 10 august W.H. HARRIS, Pteif j--,i 7.,...;...- - J35 soi $1.00 Per Year. t C isft; . "3(j,'iii.a Mtl lU, U LJr .. 'tB ,i- lijfc CaHtf. d light rtmnlas iSUeaad: '.S"" trftn-'"- ' .;. vii Soiftern Silo Co, tiexlm&m, Kel4cky ipagmvn.ug,). r ?x tz rrv- - JOTtr-- . it- - , - T,"