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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 4, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914060401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 4, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CfiMTRAE BECOIKD PURE RELlQJOh, UN2ARNI8HED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWKNTY FIFTH YEAH. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 4, 1914. Blue grass stripping is in progress. NUMBERS. HIGH HONORS FOR LOCAL MAN. o'clock A Splendid Rain. Mr. Farmer and - F0UND:-Sma- ll ring with ruby setting. Apply at National Bank. We are in a position to make you Special prices on Galvanized An insurance bulletin gives Mr. E. C. Gaines, our local insurance man a complimentary notice and places him third B. F. Walter.. De'ntist office westside among ten for writing the most Jife pd. insurance Lexington street, Lancastar Ky. during' the in Kentucky month of April of this jear. Mr. The dry weather has seriously delay- Gaine3 is a hustler and represents the ed tobacco setting in many parts of renn Mutual Insurance Company, one the county. of the best of the old line companies. The Odd Fellows held their Memorial exercises on last Sunday afternoon. Work Painting and paper hanging. H. D. Elmore, DELIGHTFULLY 0. K. or no pay. Lancaster, Kv. , Cut the unsightly weeds in front of When in Danville you should riot fail vour nremises while it is so dry and to visit the Ladv Elizabeth Refreshthey will not reappear. ment Shop which has just been opened Farmers overhauling and getting in in The Davi3 Drug Store, next to court shape their hay and grain machinery house. The interior of this store has been beautifully remodeled and the rear preparatory for the coming harvest. converted into ice cream parlors that The oil for the streets was ordered are dreams of beauty. The service is some time ago and has not yet arrived, delightful and the menu all that could but do not be impatient, it will surely be wished for. be here. CHILD SUFFERS PAINCircuit court begins Monday June.l5th Sheriff C. A. Robinson is already and FUL INJURY. busy getting his juries and witnesses summoned. While playiiig in the yard with his brothers on last Sunday afternoon, The quantity and quality of the wat- Robert the little two year old son of er in Lake Placid is superior to that of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Leavell fell and many years at this particular time, and another brother a year or two older with a reasonable amount of precaution fell on top of him, and in the mix up will last throughout the summer. the younger bov sustained a fractured Should there come a good rain any- collar bone. He was brought to town ways soon, Judge Hardin is going to and Dr. Kinnaird attended the injury, which while very.painful, is not calfind it a Hard matter to secure juries culated to be more serious than to lay at the coming term of court. The up for several weeks. farmers will have pleas for excuses him that cannot well be resisted. Rain began falling shortly after 2 on last Monday afternoon and continued until nighfall, producing a splendid tobacco season and reviving and helping the parched vegetation to a considerable extent. The rain seems to hove been pretty general, though some points in the coonty report scarcely enough to settle the dust. Brown Mauley Riding CULTIVATOR. The King of Cultivators, iff S.D.TDRNERFI1D. A jury in Judge Monday found Mr. S. D. n Prather's court Turner guilty We have sold Fainted REFRESHING. ROOFING. For the next 28 15 Days of the cuarge of carrying concealed weapons and fixed his punishment at a Bne of $25. and ten days imprisonment The case was the Occasion of considerable interest and was stubbornly fought by attorneys on both sides. The case has been pending in the police court for some time. At a former trial before Judge Prather he was fine 25. and ten days imprisonment, but this verdict was set aside by the court on motion of attorneys for Mr. Turner, and a trial before a jury resulted as above. 3 n nm TAinn lAKLUJUO H? I H. of these cultivators in Garrard County. if All are working and giving agfeg.. jikJ WE CAN FURNISH YOU GAGE BY WEIGHT . H. C. HAMIL satisfaction. TON RESIGNS. They require few repairs and are guar As Member Of City Council. At the regular meeting of the City Council on last Monday night Mr. H. C. Hamilton resigned as a member of For what you have been paying for 29 Gage. We can do your RoofGuttering, Heating, Plumbing and all kinds of Tin and repair work on short Notice with a Guarantee and at reasonable price. LIVE andLET LIVE FOLKS ing, anteed by GETTING ACCUSTOMED CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. ammi Thf law savs you shall not seine a running stream, just who owns the TO HIS MACHINE. land through which the seined water Mr. R. P. Grogory, a clever member Some of those runs, cuts no figure. who have been violating this law are of the Garrard Milling Co., firm, is liable to be indicted at the coming term rapidly becoming accustomed to an automobile which the firm recently of the court. purchased. During the first few weeks that they owned the machine, Mr. HANDSOME CAR. Gregory's friends insist that he could Mr. Alexander Walker of the Lan- be heard clucking to the machine as he caster Mill & Elevator Co., has just drove along the country roads, just as purchased a "big six" or a Chalmers he had been accustomed to cluck to A statement six cylinder touring car, which is 5ne the old family horse. ot the handsomest machines ever seen which is vouched for by Mr. Dave Hurt is that while accomanying Mr. in this county. Gregory on a trip to Paint Lick that while climbing a hill the engine "went TAKES A NEEDED REST, dead", and the machine began to roll Mr. JoeephL. "Francis", Ihe efficient backward, when Mr. Gregory exclaimrural mail carrie. on route No. 3 out of ed "jump out Dave and grab her by Lancaster is taking his annual vacation the bit". and during his leave of absence his duties are being performed in a very A THRIVING ORDER. acceptable manner by Homer Ray, who serves as substitute on the three routes. DISPENSES that body, giving as his season a press of business affairs. Mr. Hamilton's resignation was reluctantly accepted and James H. Dalton was elected to tako his place. Mr. Hamilton was serving his second term as a member of the body and during his long years of service has made a splendid officer, ever keeping in mind the best interests of the town and has proven invaluable as a member of the body. Mr. Dalton who succeeds him, is a splendid citizen and will no doubt prove fnlly as useful a member of the council as his predecessor. HA SELDEN OTHERS Wholesale and Retail Hardware. NEW LIST OF FARMS. Purchasers get the benefit of our 10 in the business. Look for other bargains listed in next issue. Owners of farms who want to sell should see us at once. No 473. 44 acres, 3 mile from Lancaster, $3,000. No 475. 60 acres, good land, brick residence, 4 miles from town, per acre, j ears experience 1 HnL --- "-1 FS1 itt TEX-DERE- h HOSPITALITY. V MA PIES 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, n 90. JUDGE BURNSIDE ON DUTY. About two hundred persons, includ No 476. 128 acres, good land, well ing the members of the order, partook Judge R. A. Burnside left Monday of the hospitality of the local lodge of improved, 4 miles out close to pike, morning for Silver Creek where he wilH Odd Fellows on last Saturday evening per acre, 75. No 477. 180 acres on pike 2J miles be on duty during the current month in in their handsome lodge room. The the revenue service. The many friends carpet had been covered and large out, per acre, 100. of this clever and popular gentleman are delighted to know that he has sufficiently recovered from a recent long and severe illness as to be able to again resume his duties. Tuesday, June 9th. at two o'clock. This place contains '250 acres of land, 175 acres now in young grass m ana Diue arass. in acres now in corn ana to bacco. THE FARM IS WELL IMPROVED WELL FENCED AND WELL WATERED. m A new 10 acre tobacco barn, with galvanized roof, stock barns and all necessary out buildings. The two storyframe house is modern convenience, contains eight rooms, metal in 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 r of failing health and advancing age the sale of this farm is absolute. Persons from a distance desiring to look at same, will benetat train at any time, dayor night, and all such persons are especially invited. it Possession given at any time and terms will be liberal purchaser. On account to-sa- u fe KTAi .;i'3 -p ILKIN . AftfflM. r- ti - - - x - - No 483. 310 acres of good land, .on pike, near Buena Vista good improvements per acre 65. No 484. 243 acres, on pike, 4 miles from town, per acre, 75. AUTO SERVICE. No 485. 61 acres, in 2 miles of town, I am now running an automobile on unimproved, per acre, $90. No 486. 206 acres of good land in the mail line between Lancaster and high state of cultivation, good im Nicholasville and can accommodate the public with good auto service. Leave provements, 2J miles from town, per acre $125, or 105 acres ot it at 135, Lancaster at 7 o'clock, arrive at Nichper acre. olasville at 10 o'clock. Leave NicholaSdJSJSSIMRa. dSrMftVJsjrtl No 487. 161 acres on pike 4 miles asville at 12;15, arrive at Lancaster at from town per acre, 85. 3;30. $1.50 one way, or $2.00 round 111 No 488. 60 acres on pike 3 miles out Phone 47, Bryantsville Exchange trip. well improved, 135. H. D. Lee. 4t. Pd No 489. 54J acres well improved, on -i pike, possession, 5500. GOES TO ASYLUM. iso'iyu. ,5ti acres, on jiKe, near WHERE IS OUR Bryantsville, 3 houses, main dwelling Noah Rogers aged thirty seven years, new with 8 rooms, modern and up to who resided on Hamilton avenue near GAME WARDEN? date, water works, gas lights. 2 tobacthe ice plant, was adjudged a lunatic co barns, price, 12,000. by a jury in the county caurt on last Fishing in Dix river is reported bet No 491. 185 acres of high class land, Saturday and was sent to the Eastern ter than in many years, but if the re Hospital for the Insane at Lexington. ports that continue to come to our eais 2 miles out, 2 large tobscco barns, per Mr. Rogers received an injury in the are coirect, it will net for long remain acre, 120. No 492. 100 acres of tobacco land, head from the kick of a mule several so. From all over the county reports months since, and since then has been come of djnamiting and seining, and highly improved, near Buckeye, on having peculiar hallucinations, and dur- one old time fisherman tells us he be- pike, per acre, $125. No 494. Several pieces of splendid ing his saner moments he went to the lieves Dix river has "been dragged authorities and reported that he feared from end to end". If this be the case city property for sale. 496. 100 acres of land, J mile from he was wrong in his mind and requested the finny tribe will soon be as scarce that for the safety of his family and in this stream a? they were before the Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles the community he be sent to the hos- enactment of the present stringent from Lancaster, good improvements, large tobacco barn, well" worth the pital. game laws. It appears to us that sufficient money price of,$100. per acre. 497. 222 acres of fine land near Lanhas been collected for"hunters license" VALUABLE SCIENTIFIC in Kentucky to give us at least a sem caster & Lexington pike, splendid improvement, at 90. per acre, DISCOVERY. blance of protection 'or our fish stream, and even if Garrard county does not 498. 63 acres, improved, near Paint The daily press tells us that "rotat maintain a fishing club, it seems we Lick graded school at 95. per acre. ing nebula has been caught on the should have protection'in proportion to 499. 73J acres of rich land, right on We are delight the amount of money we have paid in pike, well improved, 2 miles of Lancasplate of spectogram,'. ed to learn of this and if this specimen to this fund ter, priced at 120. per acre and is can now be harnessed and used as a Where is our game'.war den? One was worth it. motive power on Col. Roosevelt's newly elected or appointed about a year ago, No 501. 45 acres, new house on pike, Is what you will discovered "thousand mile river", it ana since nis appointment we nave near Bryantsville. $100. peracre. will indeed prove of great value to hetfrd of no activity upon his part. It No 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from posterity. , is'not necessary for this individual to town limits of Lancaster on Lexington go out and actually arrest those who Avemie. unimproved, beautiful build violate the game laws., --he can simply ing sites, a bargain at $150. per acre. QUALIFIED AS ADMIN- take their names, the date and such 503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile other evidence as he may be able to ISTRATOR. obtain and submit ft to the grand jury, from pike, fertile land, highly improved lies well, splendid water, susceptible of Dr. John G. South, of Frankfort, and that body will do the rest if It division into two or three farms. '$95. , grand jury will be qualified as administrator of the estate does its duty. A r per acre. of the late Senator Bradley in the empaneled in this county on the 15th 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 njile i from County Court a) Louisville last Monday. day of this month. Let us see just IT y?bat our game wardenihas been'doing. Lancaster, large tobacco barn onVj&her Dr. South is Senator Bradley's son-isomething to offer beautiful level building site fronting 'Surqly he ifj" .m- - jb m t . . v:y court that law. It was'broughtout-ipike. $110. per1 acra, .. ,tf v . . Senator Bradley porsdssed ' personal I that body in the face of the many-- re for tanner particulars wrna.i rqaii 191' property to the value fJ$2O,t)O0t and ports we hear of infringements of the since the ear- on ungues Bwinebroaathe j'm&HwmM,1. some Mai estate, the value of the latter game laws iir tate'meri. Lancaster, Ky. V ilftflBi ' ly Bpring. not being given ' tables placed in the middle of the room the full length of the room, and these tables were crowded three consecutive times before the multitude had been fed. One of the most bounteous sup pers imaginable had been prepared for the occasion, consisting of old ham, home made light bread, pickles, coffee and tea and followed by ice cream. straw berries and every kind of cake imaginable. A few short speeches were made by members present. Every year it is customary for these good people to give a big spread, principally for the' benefit of their families, but usually they have a number oi invited guests, and it is always a treat to those who are so lucky as to be favored with an invitation. No 481. 97J acres, 123. 1J "miles from town, per acre, "Our ., Poultry Very Fine, Madam" a SPECIALTY of selling the very FINEST and poultry in the market. Young broilers and older birds are all fresh killed. XO COLD STORAGE product et your HONEY'S here. You roallv WORTH. That's" true also of all our meats. Give us a CIIAXC 2 COX- -. VIXCE you. WE only make Davidson & Doty. ':iEjgajgJligiBrS!ada : t- Great Summer I im; 1 get in a BUGGY, WAGON OR HARNESS with others. m i ptrmypesandqity t. ju n- will-hav- m i & -- t "( ' , Page 2 Children Cry for Fletcher's The Central Record, Thursday June 4, 1914. THE Why not make our Chautauqua Week this year also a Real Home Coming event? Invite all rcrau SEASON IS ON We have them in prices from One to Ten Dollars. vSfcS The Kind You Have Always Booght, and which lias hcen in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature oC ana Has been made Tinder his C-sonal supervision since its infancv. Ztc&A4 Allow no one to deceive von in this. " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that tvifle with and endanger the health of Iuf nuts and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good McRoberts Sunday, Drug June 7th Store. Drops and Soothinjr Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Narcotic substance. Its a?je is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fcvcrlshr.css; For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. - Ca!toria A What is CASTOR Oil, for Castor is I a harmless substitute Par-Cori- e, your friends tliruoutthe country early to plan to come and join with you in these Seven Big Days of inspiration, fellowship, popular education and entertainment. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION QfryQIR2ftlATI AND RETURN $1.30 Round Trip $1.50 SPECIAL TRAIN GENUINE CASTORIA pBears the Signature of ALWAYS Leaves JUNCTSOfti CITY 5:35 a.m. (2L&fffi&&u In Use For Oyer 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TMC CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW VORK CITY. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. 100 BEAUTIFUL AND HELPFUL WORDS' Citizen. exer- COY Mr. and Mrs. Rainges are rejoicing over a fine girl. Mr. Alf Osland is very low and death is expected at any time. Mr. and Mrs Tom Hicks visited Mr. and Mrs. Coy Sanders Sunday. Little Howard Land had the misfor tune to get one bone broken in his arm, There will be preaching at Scotts Fork next Saturday night and Sunday and Sunday night. From A Lancaster COLORED Is your back lame and painful? Does it ache especially after POST CARDS Sherwin-Willia- ms PAINT AMERICAN WIRE Many are rich, rare, pictures of BEAUTIFUL MODELS AND ACTRESSES g Also a Self-Fillin- FOUNTAIN PEN All for only 50 cents The greatest bargain in beautiful cards and rare art pictures ever offered. Many are hard to obtain and have sold singly for the price we ask for all. These will go quickly to all lovers of the beautiful in nature who appreciate rare art pictures of well developed models. g A reliable fountain pen fiee with each order. These alone have sold for one dollar in stores. The 100 beautiful cards and pen all for but 50c and 10c in stamps for self-fillin- tion? Is there a soreness in the kidney region? Thtse symptoms suggest weak kid neys. If so there is danger in delay. Weak kidneys get fast weaker. Give your trouble prompt attention. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak kindeys. Your neighbors use and recommend them. Read this Lancaster testimony. George Wright, Hotel Kengarlan, Lancaster Ky, savs: "I suffered a a great deal from my kidneys and back. Pains through my loins extended to the I used sides and over my kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills and my kidneys became normal and the pains stopped. I willingly confirm all that I said some years ago praising Doan's Kidney Pills. They do all that is claimed for them." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doans Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Wright Foster-Milbur- n had. Props.. Co.. Buffalo, N. Y, ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY the one place ycu will most enjoy a vacation for rest or recreation. We have not the space here to tell of the glories of the western North Is Carolina mountains. ... PREMIER "NON-PUNCTU- LIVE IN THE OPEN HUNTING TENNIS MOUNTAIN COMBING RIDING MOTORING DRIVING OLF AUTO" TIRES. Guaranteed 7,500 Miles Service. OTHER NOTED RESORTS Hendertonville, Wayneiville. Hot Springs, Tyron, Bwiird. Saluda, Flat Rock Lake Toxaway. BY THROUGH SERVICE v ART PORTRAYAL Dayton Ohio. CO. FENCE. Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Etc. Becker, Ballard & Co. PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. Draw We Speak By The Card and tell the truth about our claims to your Cleaning, Pressing and Dyeing Trade. A Check for the money you ov;e and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & We want all the work we can get, because we know that we cmi gie the most permanent satisfaction. But it is of little use for us to know this unless we let the public know it too. After a trial here a patron is sure to talk about the quality of our work and that helps us. Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. Phone 230, Trust Go. These tires bear the greatest known mileage guarantee, yet are sold at a price even less than tires ot ordinary guarantee. This guarantee covers punctures, blow-out- s and general wear. Guarantee covers 7,500 miles service against abuse. These tires are inten ded for most severe service. Orders have been received for these tires for use in United States Government Service. As a SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY HAMMM3K offer, we will allow the following prices Mr. Lee Gastineau is on the sick list for the next ten days. TIRES-TUB- ES at this writing. Tire Tube Miss Maggie Ball visited her brother 28x3 $ 9.20 $ 2.00 at Lancaster last week. 30x3 10.25 2.30 Miss Celia Pointer is better at this 13.50 2.80 30x3i writing but is improving slowly. 14.05 32x3J 3.00 Mr. and Mrs. Menefee McQuerry at15.25 3.20 34x3i tended church at Level Green Sunday. 31x4 17.00 3.25 32x4 18.00 3.30 Several from this neighborhood at33x4 19.50 3.40 tended the picnic at Otenheim Sunday. 34x4 20.40 3.60 liiiue miss Jesse May Hammack is 35x4 21.00 3.80 visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Mary 36x4 22.00 3.90 Hammack. 26.00 5.00 35x4J Mrs. Lytha Hammack and Miss Nel 27.00 36x4J 5.10 lie Beazley attended church at Level 27.50 37x41 5.15 Green Sunday. 37x5 32.60 5.40 Your correspondent has a special in All other sizes. Non-Ski20 per vitation at Stockbridge Michigan for cent extra. 5 per cent discount if pay the Home Coming. ment in full accompanied order and if Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Ross and baby two are so ordered, shipping charges are visiting his mother Mrs. Amelia will be paid by us. C. O. D. on 15 per cent of amount of order. Our output Ross and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Parsons had the is limited, so we suggest early orderpreacher Bro. Bell and Miss Arnold the ing. We sell dirtct only, giving pur Sunday School worker with them Sat chaser the advantage of all middlemen's profits. urday night. RELINERS. Use our famous reliners, they elim INDIGESTION AND CONSTIPA inate blow outs and 90 per cent of punctures-besidegiving many thousTION. and more miles service to each tire. 'About five years ago I began tak- When in your tires you ride without ing Chamberlain's Tablets after suffer- worry of tire troubles. $1.95 ing from indigestion and constipation For all 3 inch tires S2.20 for pears without finding anything to For all 3J inch tires. $2.60 relieve me. Chamberlain's Tablets For all 4 inch tires $2.75 helped me at once and by using them For all 41 inch tires $2.90 for several weeks I was cured of the For all 5 inch tires For all 51 inch tires. S3.00 complaint," writes Mrs. Mary E. TIRE FACTORY Phelps, N. Y. For sale by all dealers. lm. Dayton, Ohio s n, MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED OF SOUTHERN OFRAILWAY PREMIER CARRIER THE SOUTH For further information local aeent, or address1, B. H. Todd, D. P. A. LouUville, Ky. RSI Urban and interurban men find For the Ford a faithful friend. the quick trip into town for the leisurely ride through the countrysidefor business for pleasure-anyw- here everywhere the Ford serves best. And it's light, right dependaple and economical. Five hundred dollars is the prie of the Ford runabout ;the touring car is five fifty; the town car seven fifty-- f. o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from The Madison Garage, Richmond, Ky; Incorporated. J i I Or Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. IPBaiiaiaaaaaaaawiaagMBaaaaaaaagv tyrttui&rm, Motel JLn ffomoF DEALS They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not Jlarge. They wil grow all right. N The Garrard Bank & Trust Company . "What you want in paint is pno that flows freely from the brush, that spreads evenly, but has enough body to stay spread. ' TTI I a WASHINGTON Pennsylvania Avenue, at 18thl& H. Sts. RATES I THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. You can shut your eyes and tell from the feel of the brush, as you paint, that BiililW ,. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DEtfNY, Cashier. Hanna's Green Seal Paint s a if"' -f (Hit, titJthl Bath torn; fttnti Hit S2S0, $3.00 up. 1.50, $2.00 up. A. R )EN!JY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. smooth, elastic and tenacious. You can feel it cling to the wood, and in after years you can see it cling. full-bodied, is OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. J. L. Gill, Book-Keep- Sifety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. There is no secret about making good, durable paint. The formula is oa every can of tne lireen Seal Paint. V. FOR SALE BY Elegant Appointments, Palm Court, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room' Colonial Furnishings, Library, 'Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stonnes, S. C. Denny J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. feliott. Directors. CONN BROTHERS CLIFFORP M. LEWIS ' MANAGER. ' -- a i r. V"'2 f iJ" tSHfrkw'-- The Central Record, Thursday June 4 1914. Page 3 15 Days Commencing Friday, C3. June 5, 191415 SILK Days. FECIAL CLEAN UP and CLOSE OUT OF LADIES SUITS, WHITE AND DRESSES and all classes of Summer Dry Goods at WHITE, ELEPHANT STORE, lb5 Lancaster, Kentucky, WW BEGINNING FRIDAY, JUNE am&mmmammmmmmimmmmmmmummKmammmm mimbmm We will offer many exceptional values in all the above lines. Come early as the very article you would like best, may be the very one some one else has bought. Early Shoppers Get First Selections. JUST A FEW DAYS FOR QUICK SELLING." THE TIME IS SHORT law h iwniiwi i 5 m m MHBrsrJ a ujui trnmn mih .hi 50 NEW DAINTY SACRIFICE PRICES. CREPE De CHINE BLOUSES $3.98 WASH DRESSES Materials linens, voiles, figured lawns, batistes, dimities and figured crepe; regular $7.50 and $8.50 values. Friday. "Choice Of The House" Sale of Suits Friday. none reserved, unrestricted choice -- Chine. These are regular $6.00 blouses in the Sale at ?3.93. We have all sizes in these, but not in every color. Pretty models of Washable Crepe de O'CLOCK FRIDAY MORNING. e on approval, none exchanged, none altered All Ladies Suits, values $18.50 to $35.00, (MQ rrn 1 1 9 TO jNOTE-Non- . . . tpiU.lu Early Shoppers get best selections. ajmm w a EVENT OF THE YEAR WONDERFUL CLOTHING. We are offering a beautiful well selected line of young mens suits bought this season Snappy and Nifty suits New fresh goods at fabulously cheap prices. MENS LOW CUT SHOES. FL,AHN cut to the core for quick selling. I and FANCY WHITE GOODS ssaesasgrgsaassssrgiaK I ii 15 DAYS FROM JUNE 5th Black and White Checks: in medium and small sizes; 40 inches wide; regular value oUc a yard. m m a yard O-J- tssi .l CAj Unrivaled in Variety and Values. Unmatchable in Beauty and Quality. SALE OF SILK DRESSES. We call special attention to Silks &. Reception Dresses, Crepe De Chine. We consider these the best values ever sold in Silk Dresses. Prices ranging from S10.00 to $25.00 Reduced to $5.00 to $12.0Q. Chiffon Taffetus in all desirable colors. LACE CURTAINS. two-pa- CLEVER SPRING SKIRTS IN THIS SALE FRIDAY, $4.98 About 75 Skirts; everyone a new summer model, in the season's choicest styles. Materials are shepherd checks, stripes, white with hairline stripes, plain blue and all the new materials, Most of them made in at $4.98. the new tunic effect, ip-Uj- i ..J. Big Lot Boys Suits, knicker pants. At your price WE are offering you the Cream of our Stock, No cheap Johnnies on Display. Come see for yourself and be convinced. $3.50 and $4.00 grades at $2.98. Housecleaning over, you will need cool Lace Curtains to make the work complete. We have for your inspection many one and ir lots in many grades and styles for quick disposal. SILK Fine values WAISTS. Best Styles. That once retailed at $2.00 to $3.00 now marked down to $1.50. CREPE $1.50, and $2. grades, now DE CHENE. R. H. Batson, Lancaster Ky. $1.00 Grade Colors now 65cts. $1.10 Palm Beach Ratan 24cts-- . IS GET RID OF YOUR " Chautauqua Program. Lancaster, Ky., June 22 to June 26 E. L. Miss L. Matthews-Childre- n's Betts-Superinteiident Never Warp.Crack, Rot, Curl !Fj. Like Wood Shingles or Burn- - 4k f S roof withThey can be laid right over an old out dirt or bother, and they make it stormproof and fireproof. They're inexpensive. For particulars address wood-shingle Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. ...' Mt?i ;W&&i5;:: ' ....":iiT.t li,T ... w r V' .- '"?:;fs .- .- - JVonmnrlu VW MAJASJUM YPJgf - v wtr. P V V vf; - -- ' ..::Z":2'' .T7Nw JjrmksF-- , &.?, it answers every beverage, quirement-1 re- vim, vigor, refreshment, wholesomeness. Worker W, A. ply Chamberlain's Liniment. II PROGRAM BEGINS PROMPTLY. Lockhard, Homer City, N. Y.,, "Last spring I suffered from rheumatism Afternoon Music 8:30. 2:30 EveningMusic with terrible pains in my arms and Afternoon Lecture 3:00 EveningEntertainment....8;00 shoulders. I got a bottle of ChamChildren's Hour Hour to be announced berlain's Liniment and the first appliHours subject to change by announcement the first day. cation relieved me. By using one botMONDAY. For tle of it I was entirely cured." Afternoon Concert The Bolander Orchestra sale by all dealers. Lecture, "Culture and Democracy" Geo. L. McNutt PAINT MUK. "The Dinner Pail Man" Admission 35 cents, Children 15 cents. . Miss Mary Walker spent the past Evening Grand Concert IfaelHCLina The Bolander Orchestra week in Louisville. INTERNATIONAL Harvester ma-- CKAIN AND HAT Admission 35 cents, Children 15 cents. MACHINES nure spreaders have a score of good Mr. E. L. Wocds and Mr. Jack DavftWfn. Ktaptra TUESDAY features in their construction. Each one is is went to Richmond Monday. Mowers H.J.r. Riku, Sucker. Miss Laura Matthews the result of careful field experiment. Hay L..den Mr. A. V. Huyler of New York, is Morning Children's Hour An I H C spreader is low enough for easy loading, Afternoon Concert The American Quartet Bit Fruit. the guest of Mr. Woods Walker. CORN MACHINES yet it has plenty of clearance underneath. The rear Byron Piatt Lecture, "Dead or Alive" Pluten, Picker. axle is well under the load, rear wheels have wide-rimMiss Terry of Richmond was the Kmdm, CltmiMl Admission 35 cents. Children 15 cents. and lugs, insuring good traction unEatibf. C.Uen guest of Miss Louise Rice over Sunday. Evening SliBen. SkrerVfcn Concert der all conditions. Frame, wheels, and ail driving The American Quartet. TILLACi-re- r. Mrs. Patrick gave a dining on Tuesparts are of steel. Apron tension is adjusted by a. SprutTMta, Admission 35 cents. Children 15 cents. simple device. Winding of the beater is prevented Dult Humra day in honor of Mrs. Garnett Kemper. Caitrntsr. by large diameter, and beater teeth are strctag, square , WEDNESDAY. of Lexington. GENERAL UHZ and OiluaCuEaiine. Miss Laura Matthews. E. C. McWhorter and Morning Children s Hour Mr. and Mrs. International manure spreaders are built in several 03 Tractor. Mu.r. SpmJen The J. Walter Wilson Co. style and sizes, low or higb, endless or return apron, Mrs. O. C. Hendren motored to Dan- Afternoon Concert Crau. Separator. for small farms or large. Examination will show Monologue, "The Man from Home Farai W.goa. Wells Watson Ginn ville Wednesday. Meter Trick. stnrdiness of construction in every detail. Repairs, Admission 35 cents, Children 15 cents. Mrs. Garnett Kemper left Friday tor Taroler if eer needed, may always be had of the local dealer. Grata DrOI. The J. Walner Wilson Co., Examine International spreaders at the dealer's. her home in Lexington after a visit of Evening Concert FcmI Criaaera We will tell you who sells them, and we will send Kail. GriaJera Illustrated Lecture, ''Hawaii" or Panama Canal" ten days with friends. KaJwTwfa. you interesting catalogues. (Subject to be announced from platform) Miss Christine Metcalf has been Charles A. Payne spending several weeks with Mr. and Internaiiosal Harvester Company of America Admission 50 cents. Children 25 cents. Mrs. Burgess in the country. lirconx rated) THURSDAY. Miss Jeanette Eldridge returned home New Albany Ind. Miss Laura Mathews j Saturday from kcCc.-alcan extended visit to Morning Children's Hour Caaopfea Deerhjr MHwidte Gtlone Pluo Afternoon Grand Concert friends in Texas and Mississippi. Dante And His Band Admission 50 cents. Children 25 cents. The dust is becoming so annoying : , Dante And His Band that oil has been ordered for the pur- Evening Grand Concert Admission 50 cents, Children 25 cents. pose of oiling the business section of 1ggss3'- jtZZZZZtt- r. ssswTB our little village. FRIDAY. , 2i Ss BSBSSSl Mrs. James Carlile, of Mansfield O. Morning Children's Hour Miss Laura'Mathews .y. and Miss Margaret White of Lexington Afternoon MusicalRecital . Kirk Towns were tne guests of their sister Mrs. Lecture, "America's Mission as Peace-MakAmong the Nations" Rice Woods on Sunday. Hon. Richard Pearson Hobson .patented Joint has Admission 50 cents, Children z5 cents. Quite a large crowd came out for the the whole business of . :... jjy t- -i Kirk Towns and Reno, The Magician .strawberry supper Saturday evening Evening Children's Night uuuuiu jsuus t iiirtKiii it. pus Admission 50 cents, Children 25 cents. and the ladies of the Methodist church sible io construct a perfectly solid j asssitslstlslWilBHBMr' Admission to Children's Hour free to all. realized quite a nice amount of money stave silo of any desiredieight. When from it. put together .with a.little white lead at Messrs Woods Walker, E. L. Woods, thesejoints, a two-piestave John Wynn. A. B. Wynn, W. C. Wynn, Wilson Rogers, Dr. and Mrs. Mayes went to Frankfort last Tuesday for the burial of Senator W. O. Bradley. 1-s chisel-pointed. lc RHEUMATISM. Now is the time to get rid of your rheumatism. You can do it if you ap- I I International Harvester Manure Spreaders I i "2&ssg2&0i' fT ee tiatfowfi ce er THAT - It will satisfy you. L k H Jfo F vil Demand the genuine by full name Nicknames encourage substitution. THE. Whenerer yon see an COCA-COL- A 1 U. -- AIM Arrow think of Coca-Col- a, f, l' COMPANY ' i A, UA, Jf There Is more Catarrh In this section ot the country than all other diseases put together, and unUI the last few years' was supposed to be Incurable. For a. great many years doctors pronounced t a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced it Incurable. Science has proven Catarrh to.be a is the daddy of two fine children, a boy and a girl. They were both over 42 constitutional disease, and therefore requires cons.tituUonal treatment. Hall's inches higb when foaled and $100. dO will not buy either one of them, Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, la the only Constitutional cure on the market. It Is taken Internally. It acts directly on the blood and mucous, surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars fort any case it falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonial Address: F..J. CHENEY ft CO.. Toledo, O. Bold by Druggists. 76c Tak Hall's Family Pills for constipation Mr Breeder have you heard the news SAY THE " - &bsssssssssssssssssss1vI SSSSBSSSSsflsSSSSSSsl'.BSSSSH im BLACK JOE, ALDRIDGE JACK lllllHsssssssssslAlCT Don't forget the pretty spotted pony and think of the price, 6niy $8.00 each to insure. IttW.IHp Is as good as if it were made of one-piestaves,andverymuchles3expensive. There is no metal at these .'joints to become cor roded by the adds and so outside moisture can collect in them to rot the wood. This joint adds years to the life of jour sOo and many dollars to Its value. - We have a plan by which yon can own an Indiana Silo and let it pay lor Itself ont of what it saves for yon on next winter's feed bills. Give us a chance to explain It to yon. INSIST Dis-Afj- t S. H. ALDRIDGE. HYATTSVILLE, KY. W. P. KINCAID, t. Phone 199. Stanford, Ky. !f,'.'rt,a-- . -- -- , ,' y, V ' -- ? . - ... Wa Pt . --A .., 'H- - ' . ?- -,. ; o Pae-4 The Central Rec6rd,'iTrTursday June 4, 914'. 1 i MQW.-ANDCHP,vj- r ' - 9- "Billy" Swope who has been a faith? Messrs W. B. Burton, Dr. R. L. ful student in the local school and Pontius and 'Squire J. P. Bourne are graduated this year, has accepted" a Horses digest their feed less thoroughfy than the subject of the following sketch in I am using Bee Dee other farm animals. In order to insure thorough lucrative position with the HenryNCIay the Lexington Herald, occasioned by a digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your STOCK MEDIClNEwrth Fire Insurance Co. in Lexington, and my horses regularly and horses readier for next day's work, add to their find it a savins proposition recent visit to Lexington:- leaves at once to take up his new duevening feed a teaspoonful of on feed. It also makes "Several prominent horsemen from them healthy, thriving and ties. Every one who knows this young Central Kentucky were in Lexington dean. man has a firm belief that he is desIra Johnston. STOCK this week and paid a visit to the local Second-Clas- s father-in-lawR.F.D.No.1. tined to make his mark in the business track. They were Edgar T. Doty, of MEDICINE O'Neill. Nebr. world. He is bright and quick witted, Richmond, and W. B. Burton, Dr. will lessen your feed bills. It courteous and polite and will look care 25c, 50c and SI. per can. Pontius and Mr. Bourne of Lancaster. kicked her, inflicting very painful inand fully after the interests of those who It will Increase your profits. At yoar dealer's. Mr. Doty is a saddle horse man, but juries about the hips and lower limbs. r. p. i Eighth District Publishers League. may employ him. DRIPPING SPRINGS. blosfomed out as a race driver last considerably bruised, The child was Two brothers of this deserving young Lancaster, Ky., June 4, 1914. but neither his injuries or those of his Under the management of Mr. John man are already in Lexington, Messrs sjason, behind Lord Rion 2 17 2 and mother are thought to be ot a serious D. Wilson, the famous Old Dripping Floyd' and Ashley Swope, and both other trotters over the half mile tracks. Springs, bids fair for a successful sea- have good positions and are doing He is preparing a stable of show horses nature. Rates For Political Announcements this season for the Kentucky circuit. son this year. Mr. Wilson has recent- nicely. iii' y 'till1 'iii1 i'i hi i ii ' iwii iii Mr. Doty was very much pleased with ii it iiHif For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 ly taken charge and his rates are reaCITIZEN ""or County-OfficeJ. J. WALKEK, Vice Prest. the B. F. HUDSON, President. 10.00 GOOD saddle colt. Kentucky's sonable as will be seen in his advertiseFormer Lancaster Boy Prospering. Ideal, in the stable ot MatCohen. The 15.00 For State and District Offices W. O. P.1GNEY, As3't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker. Jr., SERIOUSLY ILL. ment which appears in this issue. .10 For Calls, per line 'The following article taken from the colt is a son of the greatest of all W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. 10 For Cards, per line Mr. O, T. Layton is seriously ill at Lexington Leader would indicate" that saddle horses, Bourbon King, and his FLY DAMAGING WHEAT. For all publications in the interdam is by the good sire Kentucky his home on the Kirksville pike, and a ORGANIZED 1SS3. Reports are coming in from the Bradley Johnston, a former Lancaster .Squirrel and though he has been in est of individuals or expresmarked Improvement in his condition boy, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Mc. lo.ver part of the county that the wheat sion of individual views, per which was thought to be permanent, Johnston, is prospering in business as Cohen's hands but a short time, looks crop in mat locality 10 gave way on iine last Saturday night to siderably damaged by is Deing con well as in love affairs. His host of like the making of a high class horse. the Hessian fly. 05 another Obituaries, per line attack to his malady and his The crop of surely delighted He is the property of W. O. Parks; a Mr. Yates Hudson seems Lancaster friends are well known young horseman-journaliOF LANCASTER, KY. is again alarming his friends. condition to know of his success. io ue tne most, seriously damaged so o company, of Richmond. Mr. Doty formerly had Coal "The Gov. McCreary has signified his in- Mr. Layton has been sick since last far. It is sincerely hoped 9 that our in his charge the much talked of show $ tention of appointing Hon. Johnson N. December. There is no more popular otnerwise spienuia prospects tor a which operates mines located at Bell- mare, Regina Peavine. that Matlack & Camden of Woodford county to fill out gentleman or better citizen in the wheat crop will not suffer severely Jellico, Ky., has taken over several This "bank is supervised by the United States Government new mines, two of which are located Shropshire recently bought from Scud- the time of the late Senator W. O. county than Terrill Layton and a host from this late evil. Your deposits are thu guarded; safety should be first in all on the Harlan branch of the L. & N. der. Walker & Wray, as the best mare Bradley, extending from the 16th' inst of friends are grieved at his illness and railroad in Harlan county, and tl ;e they could find to succeed their last until after his successor who is to be hope that he may make a speedy and things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. SOME FISH FRY THIS. new mines with the ones now working season's crack, Hazel Dawn. Mr nominated in August and voted for in complete recovery. Make this bank YOUR bank. Burton is well known in Lexington, November, is elected and receives his Col. I. M. Dunn, of lower Garrard, will give the company a greatly in having judged at the 1913 Blue Grass certificate of ejection. who numbers his friends by all who creased capacity. Lexington capital is MACHINES DO NOT 1NUSRE Bas-ti- n rair and he has also owned a number Mr. Camden, it is understood, will be know him, gave fish fry at at the back of the work and S. L. will be president, while Bradley of prominent show roadsters horses, a candidate for the nomination for the his county estate, in the bend of lower including Pharaoh, Riolada and Dr. A "STAND OF TOBACCO short term, and it is tacitly understood Garrard. Iat Thursday. About one Johnston at present superintendent at Pontius, the last named of which wss will be vice president and will have strenuous opposition. hundred and fifty weie present and the Many farmers who, notwithstanding sold by Robert Moreland to C. K. G. Mr. Camden is a splendid gentleman, The treneral manager. Mr. Johnston is a the dry weather, set out their tobacco day was enjoyed to the utmost. a good citizen, has in the years past crops with a machine, now find that in Colonel is never happier than wiien graduate of State University having Billings. At present he has a promising pacer in the stable done much for the Democratic party in most instances they will have at least entertaining his friends and to say that completed the course in mining a few years ago, and the of William Harrison that is beintr Kentucky, and Gov. McCreary's choice all were delightfully entertained and a creater portion of their work to do He has Mr. pointed for the futurities. of him will doubtless meet with the over. The recent dry weather preven bounteously fed is putting it mild in- promotion is a deserved one. Johnston will be married tomorrow been a mile in 2:21 2 this season and approval of the people throughout the ted the young plants from starting deed. night to Miss Nancy Ljne, of this a quarter on 32 5 seconds," state. At the same time it was a mas- growing notwithstanding the amount 'Squire Bourne is also rapidly city." ter stroke of diplomacy upon the part of moisture given them at tho time of BROWN-GLENdeveloping into a full fledged horseman of the Governor, or at least that is the setting, and tbey will now resort to the and one or two "good 'uns" are usually opinion in a great many quarters, in time honored method of setting by While the event itself was not a surto be found in his barn. appointing Mr. Camden. He has been hand, or else re-swith machines. prise, yet the time and place of the the Governor's warm personal and Those who know claim that tobacco marriage of Miss Bessie Brown and political friend in the past, and doubt- set as late as the 20th inst., will maU. S. WARNS AGAINST AL Mr. John Glenn, which took place at less will be in the future. Mr. Camden ture, a;nfl very little uneasiness is felt Congressam S wager Sheilev is ill at the home of the brides parents on last fs one of Kentucky'b few over the small acreage thus far put Saturday night, came as considerable his home in Louisville with grippe. LEGED HOG CHOLERA amlhe will doubtless further the out. of a surprise ti the many friends of Corinth Ky. was destroyed by fire A political aspirations of Gov. McCreary the happy young people. Mr. Glenn Monday morning with a loss of 75,000. CURES. by every means in his power, but be has been a frequent visitor to Lancasthis as it may. the people of Kentucky OFF FOR THE BLUE Speaker Champ Clark will speak at GOVERNMEOT HAS NOT APPROVED ANY ter for the last two years, and it has will approve we believe of Gov. been more than suspicioned that those a 4th of July celebration in Shelbyville ceTREATMENT EXCEPT THE PROaction in appointing Johnson GRASS HARVEST. visits were not wholly ot a business Kv. Camden to the U S, Senate, and we 16 in TECTIVE SERUM. Messrs ,R. P. Gregory and Wi B. nature. However, so reticent were Billy Sunday, the famous evangelist, believe that'gentleman will in the poDenny left Monday morning for' Boyle the young people as to their plans that spoke to a large audience at the audisition reflect credit both upon himself Evidence of what appears to be a county, each taking machines and the ceremony was over and they were torium in Lexington7Monday. in and th state which sends him. well organized campaign to delude crews for .the harvesting of the .blue well on their way before their most getKy., Senator Gallinger succeeded in farmers throughont the country into grass seed crop. Mr. Gregory took intimate friends were aware of the Lancaster is tohavea Chautauqua this ting sixty days pay for the three em- buying an alleged'cure for hog cholera, if seven machines and about thirty five ceremony having been performed. month, which by the was is just about Bradly who lost under the impression The wedding took place at the home ployers of Senator that this has hands, while Mr. Denny took six ma- the biggest thing in the entertainment positions by his death. been investigated and approved by the chines and twenty three hands.' They of Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Brown on the' their line that Lancaster ever tackled, and were equipped with sleeping tents and Danville pike on last Saturday night at Mr. W. R. Belknap, chairman of the United States Government, has reachwhether or not. we ever have another cook houses and expect to .be gone 9 o'clock the ceremony being performed board of directors of the Belknap H'dw ed the Department of Agriculture. one will depend upon the patronage about three weeks, extending heir by Rev. Pollitt, pnly the immediate & Mfg. Co."of Louisville died at his Articles praising this medicine, Benetol which the coming meeting will be operations by name, are being sentoutwidespread through Boyle, Mercer and family being present, and the happy home in that city Monday night. given. 'MtfriUtt'MM'MM'MMrMM to newspapers. These articles are so couple left at once for Danville, where adjoining counties. " U. S. Department of Agriculture The The various numbers to be given durThese gentlemen have about five hun- thev boarded a train for Asheville N. is taking moving picture exposes of worded that it appears as if the Deing the wetk will be identically the dred acres each, already engaged and C. where they will spend a several partment of Agriculture had received scenes in the strawbsrry growing dissame as we are accustomed to go to reports from the state of Minnesota expect to take up more contracts as weeks honeymoon in the "Land of the trict around Bowling Green. adjoining towns to see and hear, and showing that the medicine had proved they go. They anticipate a good har- Skies", and will return to Lancaster . we arc offered the opportunity to at- The vote on the tolls repeal measure most beneficial. As a matter of fact about September 1st. Jusc whether or vest of fine quality seed. , tend the five days course lor just about not they will make Lancaster their will probably reach a vote on Saturday the one report received by the Depart what we have been accustomed to permanent home is not yet known. " and administration members are ex- ment was an unofficial and unsolicited spend for one afternoon of Chautauqua NEGRO KILLED IN Miss Bessie Mae Brown, the bride, is pecting a narrow margin in its favor. statement sent presumably from the Surely "n view of this entertainment. a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. S Over a million dollars will be dis promoters themselves. The Depart fact, we should accord them a full at- STANFORD. Brown, ar.d is one of Lancast er's pret- tributed among the colleges of the ment attaches no impottance whatso In order that we may not have to shut tendence at every meeting, thus showAnderson Carr Jr., another one of tiest and most popular young ladies, country during the coming year by the ever to this statement. It has no reaing our appreciatien of the efforts of and Mr. Glenn is to be congratulated manacement of the Rockefeller Foun son to believe in the efficiency of any down our Ice and Ice Cream Factory when twenty of our public spirited citizens in Stanford's many "bad negroes" has upon having won proprietary cure tor hog cholera and such a prize. The putting up their cash to insnre tho left this world of care. His leave tak groom is a buyer for the American dation fund. does not recommend any. Under cer the City Water gives out, we are building a meeting, and at the same time indicat-ing;o- ing was sudden and was brought about Tobacco Co., and during the past seaFarmers organizations and trade un- tain conditions it urges farmers to by a revolver in the hands of his uncle, appreciation of theChauqtauqua ions, would be legalized and declared protect their stock with anti-hoson was located at Mt. Sterling and bv a clause cholera course, identifjing ourselves as a Roy Stewart. The killing took place in Winchester, where he will serum but that is all. doubtless be not in restraint of trade way of a "blind tiger" in Maxville, of an In bill in the literary and music loving people, and front sent for the coming season. He is well of the Clayton connection with this attempt itmay the colored suburb, and is attributable 2 amendment. insuring the event as an annual affair. be said thafthe medicine, which is now UUU to whiskey. Stewart fired five stocs. known and very popular in Lancaster, A report has been received that put forward as good for hogs, was two of which took effect, one in the and the Record joins heartily with head and one in the thigh. Stewart is their many friends in wishing the hap- Steffanson.s Arctic Exploration ship, advertised some time ago as a means This reservoir has a water shed of 1D0 typhoid, and in jail and will doubtless be tried at the py young couple a long aud prosperous Karluck, was crushed in the ice in of killing tUDerculosis, January, and the crew was forced to cancer germs, according 10 an article term of circuit court now in session. life. acres, and is fed by several everlasting springs published in the Journal of the Ameri seek safety on Wrangle Island. His plea will be self ojeferise. Carr is Our patrons and friends can depend upon us Charles Becker, who for the second can Medical Association. At that time CREAM. a nephew a of the notorius Anderson Carr who few years since committed 'time was found guilty of the death of it was asserted that the Army was to supply them with Ice and Ice Cream through Herman Rosenthal in New York, has was interested in it, As a matter of The Ladies Aid Society ot the , Bap- suicide in a spectacular manner in the been sentenced to be electrocuted on fact the Army was no more interested tist church will have a strawberry and presence of the officers after having out the Summer, regardless of weather conice cream supper at the home of iilrs. murdered his wife. July 8th and again occupies a cell in thenjthan the Department of Agriculture is now. thevdeath house ft Sing Sing Prison. J. F. Holtzclaw, on "Danville St., next TO BE HELD IN LANCASTER ditions or the City Water Supply. In view of the evidence that the atSaturday evening. June 6th, from 5 to Drv Chas. Winters and his wife, the tempt to create this false impression TER10 o.clock. CHAUTAUQUA WEEK. step mother of little Katherine Win- is persistent and widespread, all hog Yours Respectfully, At the earnest solicitation of County ters, who mysteriously disappeared owners are warned to communicate Superintendent, Jennie Higgins, the ffrom her home in Greencastle Ind, and with the United States authorities be Department of Education has consented for whom a world wide search has been fore accepting as true any statement that the Teachers Institute for Garrard made, have been arrested charged with mat tne uovernment recommends any county might Jae held in Lancaster dur- her murder. treatment other than the serum aN , ing the week of June 22nd, Chautauready mentioned. qua week. The management of the Lincoln This request was made by Miss Higcounty K. of P fair has selected Mr. NEARLY ONE THOUSEVERYTHING A HAN NEEDS gins in order that the teachers might AUT0H0BILE TIRES James M. Denrv to judge Jersey cattle AND PERSONS LOSE have the benefit of the Chautauqua, at their exhibition. The select$1 Complete Shaving Outfit $L and at the 'same time attend the instiion was a wise one as Mr Denny is an AT FACTORY PRICES ' 10 Articles tute, thus enabling them to combine it 10 Lives In St. Lawrence River. extensive owner of thi3 class of stock into a week both of pleasure and profit. tnd snlenJidly qualified to judge of , To advertise our Universal Shaving SAVE FROM 30 to 60 PER CENT their merits, and there is not a fairer On last Friday near Father Point, This action upon the part of our Outfit and Upiversal Products we will " nil minded gentleman in the commonwealth. about 150 miles from Quebec in the St. thoughtful superintendent is very comfor a limited time only, send this well Everybody should have Lightning Rods on and the teachers will certain.. Lawrence river, the Canadian Pacific mendable, . Tire Tube worth ?3. Shaving Outfit for 1.00. We 28x3 $ 7.20 liner. Empress of Ireland was rammed ly appreciate it. The Chautauqua meet$1.65 their homes, barns etc. sell our products to the consumer direct GOOD CROWDS. ing while entertaining, is also instrucbv a Collier which attempted to cross 7.80 1.95 30x3 and therefore you save all agents' prov aa& a 10.80 2.80 The famous Crab Orchard SDrinss "L.. l,Atitn aim saiijv iin tiitiArif leeb Ul tive, and tfce teachers will derive much 30x3i uiijcijr tier UUWB, A4 flnnlr fits which as you know are very lrrge. 11.90 "Z95 are already beginning to take on life, water. So sudden was the accident, benefit from attending. They should' 32x3. 1 Hollow Ground Razor. 12.40 3.00 , although quite early in the season, yet that notwithstanding the fact that they secure season uckpis, ana win doubt34x3J 1 Lather Brush. to attend every enter 3.35 ' 32x4 13.70 some delightful people are there en- were near land, it was impossible, to less be enabled 1 Razor Strop, Canvas Back, 3.50 . 14.80 33x4 joying the health giving waters which pass the word to the crew and tainment without interfering with their 1 Nickel Easel Back Mirror. 3.60 16.80 has made this resort famous the' world passengers in time to 'save them- duties at the Institute. Those who 34x4 Barber Towel. 1 3.80 17.85 over. 36x4 selves before, the vessel sank. will be compelled to stay in town over 1 Bar Shaving Soap. night had best make arrangements 4.85 19.75 Dr. R. L.WilliSp who has been .the Of the 1367 people known to have been 35x4J 1 Box Talcum Powder. 4.90 physician in Jchjxge of the Keely In- on board the vessel, only 433 vvere'sav. for rooms in advance, as there will 19.85 36x4i 1 Decorated China Mug. doubtless be many visitors here, and 5.10 21.50 stitute, resigned this position June 1st ed, and the death list numbers 934. 37x41 1 Aluminum Barber Comb. "and will return to his home in Lexing- The "S. S." sign was quickly given by room and board will be at a premium. 5.90 ) 24.90 37x5 , 1 Bristle Hair Brush. ton. Dr. Willis made many friends the wireless, and .readily responded', to ' The law requires the attendence of Non-Ski- d All other sizes in stock. Each outfit packed in neat box $1.00. t while in Crab Orchard, who regret very by nearby craft, but so sudden and every teacher at the Institute uuder tires 15 per cent additional, red .tubes Coin or Money Order, postage 10c 'ex- m ) much to see him leave. He will I be swiftwas theMnnlsh bf 'waters that penalty or forfeiture of their certificate, ten per cent above gray. " All new, "V" j succeeded by Dr, Ernest L. Straderj of very little could be done toward their and even if this were not the case, no clean, fresh, guaranteed tires. Best UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS CO, and am now in position to complete a job on Mercer county, who comes very highly assistance when aid arrived! v(jn the teacher should or can afford to miss standard and independent makes. .Buy Dayton Ohio. literary and musical treat which direct from us your home at a very small cost. a e recommended, being a recent Graduate scene, thfi liner, having su'ofc ,be.fare the money. 5 per , s f of Dwight IH. their arrival,, and onlywreckage 'and a Ube week will afford. cent disco if payment in ful It acGet my prices berore having any work of this kind done, Phone v .la! few life boats'df tticMirle'r VeJWlsMe? companies each order. G. O. D.on.l0 No 50-fLMIS. Brvantsville Exchange. !? suppprtin teaman a,.tfr u FAR SALE per cent deposit, Allowing xanairia FOR SALE. I have an unlimited supply of guar' Vil WIIUUI I. l! ,,1 who nad oeen on,Doarojner.. unit. tion. "Brjantsville; iiVH 4 ,13 HAftitlSOi-Potted dowers of every variety? anteed varietys tomato plants, and wilr Five squares ofc.Cortright Mbtai ..) ! ill,! ' TIRE FACTORIES SALES GO.' i. ....... !..., : ocawu. , iiiavc awccbfJUWUJ JJiaitbO in Tom Balllrd, , ,B.F. "aer,jt)entist; office west side MTsi'SJattie Estes, Shingles. i "TV Mrs. Georee Smith Sr. v J Dayton Ohio;! tf ept. A. Ricirmnd, St. Lexingtop street, Lancaster, Ky. pd. Pd. The Central Record incorporated. County, Sunday School I Convention. j "Billy" Swope Accepts Position. Don't forget the Garrard county INJURED BY HORSE. Sunday school convention meets at $1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. Fairview church on Saturday, and if The two year old child of Mr. and y'ou can possibly do so, you should lend J. E.f ROBINSON. Editor. -- Mrs1. Frank Rogers who reside at Point your presence to the occasion. There Lea veil, on. Sunday afternoon while will be dinner on the ground and those R. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. playing in the yard was pawed by the who are acquainted with the good ladies Entered at the Post Office in Lancnster, Ky., horse" of Mr. T. L. Kelly. Mrs. Rofeers of the Fairview locality know this is a . Mail Matter. Kk who was visiting ,. them treat that one can ill afford to miss. rr Press Association for the day. The mother of the child The exercises will be both interesting Member Kentucky ran to his assistance and the ,animal and instructive. v ' f SEEING THE .GOOD 'UNS. vv Ready for To -morrow ? Bee Dee ii ii1 1 f i s ld ' Book-Keepe- r. Citizens National 'Bank st Bell-Jellic- I Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. Bell-Jcllic- o, three-year-o- ld N. et General News. s, EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build ment Silos 12, 14 and feet diameter, any height. We have had many experiences this line and otir work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, you need cement work of any kind. PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. -- ur nnn nnn Gallon Reservoir STRAWBERRIE AND ICE ' TEACHERS INSTITUTE ANOTHER JUDGE" JAMES RIBLE SHIP I DEMY. DISASTER Blue Grass Dairy Sic Co - l!WWMww ' x&m$tmm& co.-nin- . ' I have the agency for the 33-in- Joseph Darnel System Of Lightning l I . Bods of River Side Ioyva. and-sav- -- rofise ti - o.. '' j him l - sPBB vm vm n I I ? m s The Central Record, Thursday June 4, 1914. i Page5 nnuriMr nrii OLIVER AIND JOJfellN DEERE , : Disc and Shovel Cultivators. jreopiK Strong, Light1 Draft and Easy to Operate. . See That JOHN DCERE BINDER before you buy Lightest draft and most durable binder built. J. R. Mount, Son & Co. nc 1L nc iz -- n HEBE'S AN iNTERESTING CASE. Full of the newest designs in Spring and Sum ??s?&z?Atn. u jT 9 lf smw. v. mer Dress Goods, and just received from our Pretty wholesaler. things to interest the ladies, dainty fabrics that are sure to be soon worn by our wisest Plenty of pat terns to choose from.but all the materials of the Come and look at them latest designs and best qualities. and they will coax you to buy, as they are earnest persuaders. M v cas-tome- rs. R. S. 1L BROWN. 3C 3C fe THE CASH STORE. mc 3CU NO ONE IS BARRED. frcm indulgence in our lemon soda or Everybody other bottled beverages. can drink sys much as thev like without danger or discomfort. Our drinks are as wholesome as thev are pleasant and you know how much that means when once you have tested them. & Twelve Reasons Why Yoh fjk Lancaster tlmg CO. Bot- PhdBe 202. Should Bay Your Groceries of Us JVo. prompt, service. Clerks and delivery men on the jump to serve you accurately. This is a big feature of our live wire policy. courteous J. and efficient BECAUSE you are guaranteed bS: NCE Ky. Balls Grocery. nTHr??" K -it- v'-... nyramagrag We Write AnvKind of 5w Si a 8 Office at National Bank. J. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, " V'.-A.k- A. 8EAZL5Y & CO Phone 27. . JI TZZE3ESaBB2ESS2ii,it-luM'WlIMiMy- ' SgctafOn'ttftPtrneiWt 11 To The People Who tagff' rV Anticipate II Building We .have made' d i 1 1 vt zWr" , Tobacco Barns arrange- ments with our mills for these special bills and can give prompt service. We are making the special price of $1.80 per hundreil F. 0. B. cars Lancaster. We are also making a specialty-o- n His IMS Go. it painted and galvanized roofing. Don't fail to see when in need of lumber or roofing. A i Lancaster Lumber & M'fg iyyyyyygMMi Miss Ida Mae Cecil has returned from Mr. J. W. Landrani of Richmond was a recent visitor in Lancaster. a visit to friends in Stanford. itjw&t ? YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. J i Mr.' Ed Price wa3 in Stanford 'Tues-t- o rAKiUUK : LULUifllJ Messrs Glass B. Carrier and Paul see his brother Dr. A. S. Price Elliott are visiting in Richmond. c 0900ooojosp;gooxoc00' Miss Faye Acton is at home from a Mrs. Osee Huffman, of Louisville is i IMPOW- mam dpacn below this beading Is foi the excln-irPlants: Plants: Plants. visiting her sister, Mrs. M. D. Hughes. visit to Miss Annie Martin in Danville. use of oor farmer anbscrlNen. and Is for A Brief Mention of the Comings and tne sale of stock, grain and sncli things on I We have them, All varieties of Mrs. Harriett White of Nashville Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. the. Mr. D. W. Myers, of Horse Cave Tenn is the guest of her neice Miss farm ai the farmer caunot afford to adver- i W. B. Rail. tise. No notice will ie- accented over fonr season. was the guest of AJiss Katie Simpson, Emma Doty. lines, and will beouljtn two imiej of the last week. ' Mr. Joe Nevius was In Lexington for Miss Sallie T. Smith was a visitor in Miss Florence Dawes and brother, ecord. free of ctatge I NOTICE. have been visiting their parents in a stay of several days. For four stoek hogs btantord last week and attended com Lincoln countv. A note for 3U0.t'0 was cxecuttd by Miss Eliza Todd, of this city, has ac- mencement. weighing from 90 to 100 pounder the undersigned to Griffith Mfg. Co., i Miss Marv Elmore is at home from cepted a position in Batson's store. Fred Conn, Lancaster, Ky. with Lee Brown as surety. I wart to Mr. M. L. Caneer is in Richmond Paintsville where she taught a very notify the public rot to j.urchrse this visiting friends and attending the Cald successful school. Mr. R. M. Hewlet was in Georgia Mrs. Maiy Clark on Lancaster Tend note as I shall resist its jiajment. well Commencement. for a business stay of several days. Misses Viola and Jessie Beagle left Coppercreek pik. has a entting box, H. B. B.own. Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Elkin, of- - Atlan- this reek for a protracted, visit to mowing machine and hay rake for sale Mr. Tom Ballard and mother, Mrs. cheap. All in good repair. G. T. Ballard were in Cincinnati Sunday. ta, arrived in the city last Wednesday friends in Covington. i for a short visit to relatives. NOTICE. Mesdames R. L. Elkin and J. E. Strayed to my place, near three Mrs Joe Hinternish of Covington is Judge Lewis L. Walker, attended a Robinson left Tuesday for a 3tay of fo.-kAll persons having claims against the again with her daughter. Mrs N. Miller ot Sugar Creek, about May nth. meeting of the Board of Regents ot several days in Louisville. a hog. Owner can have same by prov- estate of J. G. Clark, deceased, will University last Tuesday, Miss Kathleen Hanley of Louisville State present tsnie properly proven, to the- Charles Dunn who has been attend- ing property and najing chaiges. is the guest of her friend Miss Minnie jur.dersigntd administratrix, or Yvr at-- 1 Miss Lydia Cabell Elmore has return- ing Bill Grimes. State University is at home with Brown. torney H. Clay KauiTmar. for pa rrent ed from a very successful year at the his mother Mrs. W. A. Price. Wilson Rogers, of Paint Lick, sold to at once. Those indebted to the estatt Mrs. J. R. Mount and daughter Miss D. and D. Institute in Indianapolis. Dr. W. E. Barton of Oak Park III. A. E. Eversole, of Canada, a handsome will please see me or my at'orney Joan were in Stanford for "The Bach ai , Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason and Miss came Tuesday for a visit to his niece plantation mare, for $250. Mr. Rogers settle at once. Recital." Sue Shelby Mason were in Millersburg Miss Grace Helen Patterson. also ourchased of William Arbuckle, a Mary S. Claik, Administratrv Mrs Joe J. Miller of Covington, is for the graduation of Wm. B. Mason of J. O. (,.ri. Mrs. J. A. Amon is in Cincinnati to yearling mare mule for ?21'0. here the guest of Mr and Mrs N. Miller Jr. be the guest of friends and to consult and family. . Messrs Alexander Robinson, Thomas a Specialist in regard to her eyes. iiymit NOTICE. Mrs. John Shackelford ard little son Elmore and Joe West are at home for I! Mr. J. S. Hilton representative of 17, Clay left Monday for a visit to relatives the vacation from M. M. I. at MillersNewsQfTheChurcues. I .VII persons havirg c p.- - lL i the Orphan's Home in Lonisville was in Richmond. burg. the estate of Willis X t.- - ..,. in Lancaster Saturday and Sunday. I win present same prop- -. :y n, r to ? Mrs. W. M. Bright, Jr., and children Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Denman of NichKev. J. W Beagie has just closed a the unileiMKin-t- l A neat sum was realized by the of Stanford were guests of Mrs. T. R. olasville motored to Lancaster and eciitvi" or n' ants-- idyrr-- . at Ramsey, Sunday. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alex strawberry supper held at the home of sueeesstul meeting or one weeks dura- - nej. H. Clay Kaill'man Mr. Trumbo nearPleasantGrovechurch tion at Pleasant Hill in which were 'once. Thi.se irt'ebted to sat!tte ' Dr. R. L. Pontius was over from West. will call troii me or my attcn ard Mrs. Wm. Fox Logan and little son seven confessions by baptism Mrs. Charles Grow and little son Lexington this week for a short yisit settle same at uiiee. Russel have returned to Cincinnati Wm. Fox Jr. are here to spend the to friends. J. C. Vil!iai- -. Execute r f aftej: several weeks visit to Mrs. J. A. summer with her parents Mr. and Mrs. ONLY ONE ENTIRELY Mrs. Ed Price and N. B. Price were the uill of Willis .Mjers Brar?svi le Kv W. I) Mason. Amon. recent guests of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Mr. John M. Carpenter and niece Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden Grant in Danville. SATISFACTORY. OLD DRIPPING SPRINGS. land daughter and little Miss Sallie Miss Sara Reid, left last week for his Mr. Georere Robinson, of Danville. 1 have tried various colic and diarrhoea Cook Gregory motored to Winchester home in.Red Rock Okla., after visiting Kentucky 's Pnmou-- i Summe Fiv t was the recent guest of Mrs. Rebecca remedies, but the oni; one that has relatives here a few days. for a days outing. West and daughters. given mo entire satisfaction and cuicd is now open fi-- Season 1111, u Mr. R. B. Wilkinson the popular Dr. R. C. Bogg3, of Richmond, who managrineiir, newly ii.ni eii me when I wes articttf! in Chamberlain's new Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie left Saturday thoroughly ivo.nreil. We ca- Is finding Lancaster a particular at mest cutter for Davidson & Doty, is Cohc. LilOiera and idarihciea kemnk- for a two weeks visit to Mr. and Mrs. """st class fme ind good ac tractive place just at present was a enjoying a weeks well earned vacation I rtiomniend it to my friends at aii : . W. 0. Price in Danville. and is sojourning with relatives in tunes,' writes S. N. Galloway Stc - tu,n3' IJi';s ?S. per w.ek. visitor here Sunday. A l.rs Casey county. Mrs. E. L. Owsley has returned from wart, b C. For sale by all dealers, lm e,ai' l'ivtr "'", fe,',, Stal"e m l"" The Presbyterian Missionary Society a weeks visit to her friend, Mrs. nection. Rates ieaonable. Mrs. J. E. Stormei, Misses Patsy met Wednesday afternoon with Misses Bronaugh in Nicholasville. . Join. D. Wilson. P . Martha and Helen Gill. It was both a Kinnaird, Mamie Stormes Dunn, ElizaMrs. M. H. Dudley who is in Dan- business and social meeting. beth Tord, Willie Wilkerson and Mil'on AN ORDINANCE. ville in the Infirmary is improvingsince Elliott, Mr. Raymond Haselden and W. A. Wheeler is spending a few family, Joel Walker Miss Elsie'Morrovv, Dr. submitting to an operation. An Ordnance levjmg and piovidu g TO MAMMOTH CAVE. weeks at the home of his mother near Billy King Miss Margaret Morrow, S. for llio collection for the years l'J12auu Miss Margarrt Morrow who taught Nina, recuperatingf his strength l'J13 of mi Ad Valorem trt.x by the Litj TLurstfay, Jure 18lh. A perstr y after G. Haselden wife and children were in the past term in the D and D Institute hisrecent attack of typhoid fever. ot Lancaster Ky. and a poiittx on each attendance at the strawberry supper at male inhabitant of sa:l city over 21 ' ctr.c'ucttd three dajs. . outing.. I.urd ,in Indianapolis, is at home. . v.r f years ot age and appropriating an " Mr. Salem A. Wallace and wife, of Pleasant Grove Tuesday evening. Kooms r served at Cave Hotel u c rt- Mrs. George Ballew has returned to other estimated revenues j Lexington came over Saturday and reThe announcement of the engagement The City Council of the City of Lan ing board aid. trips in the Cave ft r$G. 15 her home in Madison after a visit of mained until Monday, the guest of Mr. of Miss Nancy Lyne, of Lexington to easier nemucKy uu oiuaiu as loiiows,: - niakirg the total cost S12.50. 5.ecml several days with her sister. Wallace's aunt, Mrs. Anna Robinson. oecuon i wnereas uitj Mr. Bradley Johnson is the occasion ( .filinril FuilnH mar, nut(li..iluil me mnl e. ' train 5:C0 v. m. .. ami Robprt Dunlap Blanton. of Mrs. Mrs. Jamts A. Royston will leave for the fcllowmg unique invitations any levy for taxation in the citv of l Write r rll0ne '' & N- - Agent Richmond is here visiting her parents, years 11)12 and 1913 soon to visit her brothers Messrs Wm. just issded. It is a recipe party in Lancaster for Mr. and Mr. J W. Elmore. hereby and James Brown and children Misses honor of Miss Lyne and the recipes are that there be now and there is 191S levied for the vears 131?. ami for Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles and daugh Annie and Claude Royston to be put en file, on cards enclosed: in Chicago. each of the respective years upon each Statement Of The Ownership, Man? de ter, Miss Agness, were with Harrods- Man, says the poet, can live without ?IUU. ot all tne assessed and assessable Mrs. J. B. Jennings and son. Clay of burg friends the past week. property. real, personal and mixed tan-- j ment, Circulation, Etc., Required books, i Tulsa, Okla., arrived last week to be Or tangoes or troubles, but not with gible, and intangible of every kind and j' Miss Myrtle Cormney who has been with her father, Capt. By The Act Of August 24, discripUon. liable for taxation by the J. A. Doty, out COOKS. visiting Stanford fricnd3 is now with whose condition we regret to state City of Lancaster Ky., an ad valorem I Our own Nancy Lyne's about to be tax of seventy-fiv- e 1912. cents for the severMr. and Mrs. Ben Cormney. very little improvement. shows al purposes, and apportioned and uis- wed, ! And to take her a husband who'll tributed. as follows:- - ' Miss Angie Kinnaird is at home from Mrs .Wood Burnside was the pleasing lit" Tli rntriil !R..rnrl published 1. SINKING b.5Kl have to be fed; Indianapolis where she has been teach hostess Tuesday afternoon at a hand'... eekly at Laneaste-rj'-liiy.,l'Or At il ing in the D. and D. College. 22 cents upon each $100.00 of proper- - 1914. some reception. The home was most Of course, she makes fudge, on the ty name lor taxation lor the uuriHisel r.i:.... chafing dish plan, J. E. Robirscn. "u,lo,' Bradley Bourne and sister Miss Vir attractive in its decorations of palms, But that's not a meal for a regular of providing for the Sinking Fund, the ij Managing Editor, ferns and tragrant flowers. Pink and 1 R. L. h urn revenue arising from wlucti is appor ginia are in Lexington for a visit with man. white was the color scheme and it was R. L. h . tioned as to items of as Business .Manager, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bourne. very effectively carried out even in the So take out youi cookbook and scan follows:- - 13 cents upon each 100 0 o; Publisher. The Central Record", I r ' property liable for taxation for the it all through, ices and cake. purpose of providing the sum of $1, 200. noratev " And choo.it: the receipt that appeals Owners: (It a corporation, guts it Mr. and Mrs W.O. Rigney and daugh to meet and pay the interest of tne most to you, . ters, Mrs Burus'de and Miss Alice Rig Be mince pie or omelett or plum bonded indebtedness of the City which ! names and the names and addresses 61 it 'Sift 5 SH M&&'-MK- ' becomes due Aug-.is- t 1st, iJ12 and lOlS: stoc&i.o'titrs holding 1 per cent or i -' ney and Mrs W. D. Walker, of Lancas duff or roast, and 0 cents upon each ?100. of propertj ' Gf tota; (imuuilt f sfock. If v t a xr ter were here Saturday afternoon. Mr Or salad or old fashion- iiaoiu lor taxation ior me purpose or Rigney was here in the interest of the nrovidinrr tht sum of SS0O.dll for thiP0"'1"" giveo iwmos ind addressee f , .... ed toast, reuempuon or me bonded in individual owners.) Royal Arch Chapter and by his assist copy it off in your very best ultimate And ot tne city; and a.l revenue The Central Record. ueuieuness ance a very interesting meeting was OVAL f f style. sii over and beyond the sum ot S2.C00 00.I P i?...;.. .iisi I.mea-.ter- , Ky. held. Casey County News. ...... Sign your name to it: we'll put it rnKPfl uy iuc saiu itrvy ui cc cents lit on t .1.;.. .... "J2 UJ vi V ' fja"5,fe,,er- - Keace 51C0.00 of property liable Tor tax Miss Mabel Beagle was the gracious on file Lar caster, ky. go to the Revenue I K- - L- young hostess at a recent birth-da- y At Nancy's tea on May twenty-nine- . ation shall the same isGeneral apportionKnown bondholder, mortgagee-- , ard hereJby Fund and party at the home of her parents Reved to the Genera, Claims Department other security rroii.fi-- , holding 1 er erend and Mrs. J. W. Beagle. Fiom four until six. if it rain or thereunder. The cent or more of total xmoun! of in rd- occasion was to.celebrate the 8th birthit shine. WATER WORKS REVENUE (It niortgage.'. or other securities: day of the attractive little girl. She Mrs John Desha Wooley.. ifn'rfia FUND j there are none, so state.) 116 East High. was remembered by a number of pres- Please reply 12 cents upon each '100. of property Fone. ents. The youthful assemblage was Daisy Fitzhugh Ayres pays the fol- liable for taxation for the purpoi-- f of' Average numlie r of copies of eacli Uj-fees and cake. served : utiiCR in lowing tribute to Senator Bradley in inovidiiig lui fund arising mo water1 issue of thij publication so'd or works revenue from the through the mails or other- -' Miss Elma Batson Singleton of Mi- her letter to the Courier Journal last exces3 of the expendituies for thei & teliffl &l , during the llersburg Female College, is visiting Sunday. water works system above the revenues wise, to paid her mother, Mrs. Anna B. Singleton "The light of a kindly, gracious per arising therefrom, and all revenue., six months1 preceding the date in Georgetown. Miss Singleton is mak- sunalty has gone out in the death of arising from this levy to the extent of above. (This information is eyired $1,040.00 shall go to the Water Works ing good we are glad to say, making that illustrious Kentuckian, Senator Revenue Fund and be used in defying from daily newspapers .only. ' 100 in house keeping each of the three Bradley. R. L. Elkin, Even amidst his failing the current expenses of the water Sworn to and beforf me health, which those who loved him had works system, but all revenues over NG ALUMiNO LIME PHOSPHATE I other splendid credits and has earned been watching with apprehension for and beyond $1,040.00 arising from this this second day of June, 1914. Geo gt source shall pass to the General Reve- - ' i her vacation. a year or two, his courage and his nue Fund and are apportioned to the Smith Jr ; Notary Public. (.My c t; cheerfulness the sweetness of his nature account of General Claims against the mission expires February 10. 191?'. never wavered. city not otherwise provided for. He added to the joy of life even to 3. GENERAL REVENUE FUND. the very end. upon each was Senator Bradley who always tr41 centsfnr rftTnfw.i- 1100.10 of proper It f,.t- - th. lmlilo r.r.ii... remembered the birthday of his friends of providing a General Revenue Fund and was the host and chief entertainer for the payment of the various ar.dsnn-- 1 followat countless little homelike celebra dry items of expense under the tions in their honor. Children clung to ing classifications:For Public Lights 11 cents on the j His two closest $llU.UU. him with devotion. chums were the small son and daughter For salaries 15 cents on. the 100.00. For streets 10 cents on the $100.0.). of Representative John W. Langley 5 cents on who lived just across the street from 52 General Claims and there the 100. is herebv That there be his last birthday, a few levied for the years 1912 and 1013 upon ' j him. At weeks ago, the room3 of the famous every male inhabitant of the City of j Kentuckian both at the Capitol and at Lancaster Ky, over zi ears ot age a Falkstone Court were crowded with Poll Tax of $1.50 for the purpose of repairing and maintaining the streets flowers and souvenirs and greetings. and public highways of the citv, and I Nobody could tell a story better than any residue of same shall go' to the Senator Bradley, or sing a folklore General Revenue Fund. "" B35S&SB3S or dance a clog dance. There 3 All revenues derived from fines" and f rn &' song forfeitures are herebv annortioned to was magic in his fingers when he the General Revenue" Fund and shall be I m trusty banjo and. guitar used in meeting the expenses ' against picked up his and twanged away at the good old the Police Department including offictunes. .' oxaea. PI When Senator Bob Taylor, on his ers costs and commissions.. from the 4. AH revenues derived is Water Works system are' hereby api6 BY MRS. NANNIE E. KELLY, of Lancatter, Ky. fiddle, and Senator Bill Bradley, on Ws portioned to the Water Works Revenue R m AT guitar, got together and wove "My Old Fund and shall be, used in paying the BSSEBBSaSESi sBosga Kentucky Home; between them, eyes expenses of repairing and maintaining the water works system. PARAMPI fRPAM grew misty, and hearts glowed. 5. All other revenue of'Vne.eitv Now. in another home, not made bacli taxes and licenses, Beat whites and yolks of 6 egg3 seperately. then stir the two .together with hands, the two earlv chums are revenues from rents, all other sources are . add 4 cup of white sugar; Put 2 full cups of brown sugar in a skillet with blending chords in the great celestial hereby apportioned to the General Revand enue Fund and shall be used in paying i cup of water, let it cook to a rich caramel color; add 4 pts of sweet milk and melody. ''-1 tablespoon of gelatine that has been dissolved in I cup of cold milk,-- let it ' To. Senator Brad'ey's beloved daugh- the .general elaim s against the city not MViaipTifiOk ' cook, stirring constantly until the milk bails. sf...uww ty. ter, Christine, direct inheritor of her VM..ini. ordinance fftr p take effect . sfiiail This The sugar will dissolve as the milk Beats. When it reaches the .boiling father's . gracious personality, Wash- from' and after its passttge" Next ' DoocJ to Court 'the eggs and sugar and let cook one minute, remove ,ffom fire cool ington, where she is know,n and loved cation as'rtiuire4-bpoint add law.' j and freeze. (The time of preparing is shertene&if you. will allow milk to heat from .her; schoolgirl days, holds out tAttest:--?- 1. G. f, J . ' j by itself before, adding St to the caramel. ' a,hand of tender fellowship." i L. GH DaVitrsoh, &fa$orJ ' 'vm mimrm . " p iv 4t M' i ir Gossip About r 1 e - SAJ.E:-Twen- ty s - his-man- y al - ;- ,,,. c.,1.l.w.ul... .- I te I - 1 1 i "- H w b Jli M new-fangl- ... - in I lr t'- - 1 Zm ynsUB PR && mm Absolutely Par ed r3EST HATS IN TOWN FOR THE MONEY. - When In Danville Visit The LADY ELIZABETH PISS REfebA ARNOLD 3SS3aa3SS53S3SS3S3Se&Sa3SS5SSB favorite 'Recipes iQf REFRESHMENT -- r yieli 'Known home-grow- n '. SHOP , t:- DAVIS' 'C Hotwev t Drug Store. 6.-"- y '' z-- Hurt-'Cleri- .'.. i.nd-.pub- !i v- - Page 6 ft The Central Record, Thursday June 4-- , 191.4 0O0IISS) "rililllllDIIIPOOtltMO wmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmammsmsmmmmmmmmamaammmm Begins Thursday, June 4 And continues Two Weeks. Everything at Reduced Prices. 1 Mrs Ki-lle- OUR JUNE I CARDS.J m T are you going to get a First Class WHERE i Kerosenes Fo'r Farm Engines lUse Hair Cut and Shave Blocking Hair a Specialty. We are here to stay. The old reliable barber on Richmond street. Henry Duncan. ft. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. Good Service. Kerosene can usually be bought for about half the price of gasoline and Prices Right. 354-A. Phone Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, H Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office Lancaster, at Raineya Livery Stable. -- -- Kentucky kerosene as on a gallon will develop as much power on gallon of gasoline. kerosene engine Bear in mind that in a Fairbanks-Mors- e one you can absolutely rely upon. They are fully you have developed and will do all we claim for them. Equipped with throttling governor and built-i- n magneto. Start easily even in cold weather. While designed especially for kerosene these engines will use either kerosene or gasoline economically. Very simple in construction. All parts accessible. Quiet, smooth running engines that develop full power at low speed. Fairbanks - Morse Oil Engines of a This is not a sale of a few selected articles, but pick and choice of any and all goods in our various departments at big reductions from lowest selling prices 1 Bros. Haselden Ky. Lancaster, Duke of $8.00 Write for Catalog 21A80 I IS SBBSr v cjjM'j5,tV P E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. WELSH & STANFORD. boro. WW mWtks lB&'''SSS'imBiEC'i. OAINVILL.E, KENTUCKY. K. Francis, of Middles-- ! I IVl AN COMPANY. SEXUAL and THE NEW Opposite Post Office. I enmarkp Jr. Barber Shop Bath In Connection. This richly bred Saddle Stallion will make the season of 1 914 at my stable, on the Buckeye pike, about 2 miles frcm Lancaster, Ky. at the low price of his home after a visit Mays is out, ofter quite a to lipr father, J S. Hocker and other i Mrs i. C. relatives h"ie. Her father returned ng siege of illness MUs Daisy VanDeveer is able m TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. 2 to.be out after several days' illness. Mrs. Jesse D. Wcaren was the guest of friends in Lancaster last week. Mrs. Sallie A&hlev, of Lancaster, is the guest of relatives and friends here. Mr. Lee Hall, of Cincinnati, has been vi .iting his feister. Mrs. Bohon Campbell. .Mrs. VY. H. Underwood, of near Hubble, has been quite ill for several home with her to remain several days. Dan Tr.iylor. a prominent farmer, out on th ..Goshen pike, caught the largest full that has been caught in the ihi& m KacKacneXfi 1 KNOWLPGE ILLUSTRATED f young J. . Seale,Prop and 1 days Mrs. Morns AsIilev. of Richmond, is he guest of Misses Lena and Penrl flan)tou. visit to her daughter. Mrs. Woodie Hale is at home after a Mrs. H. C. Wray .at Danville A.-R- . Coleman, of CaryJJell county. .Epant a fcuvdaH last week .with his TTie Woman's Tonic family here Mrs Mary Penny is visitiug her son.( 1 took two bottles, in all, Dr. W. B. Penny and family at Danand was cured. I shall ville tins week. always praise Carthii to Miss Elizabeth Jackson, of Walton, sick and suffering wohas returned home after a visit to Miss men." If you suffer from .Salhe pains peculiar to weak "Miss MaiV Shepherd Cook is the atwomen, such as bead-ach- e, backache, or other tractive gucht of Miss Pauline Sallee symptoms of womanly at iJnirodsburg. trouble, or if you merely Dr. G. G. Peiry has returned" home need a tonic for that tired, in New' -- after a M ay of several weeks teel- nervous, worn-o- ut York and abroad. .. . . ?v . ing, try carom. &as extra. 15d Vi'ilKinson and daughter, Mi MIAMI PUBLISHING COMPANY 'ilabel are the guests of relatives and Daytoa Ohio. Isuujds at Liberty. Mrs. Julia Hughes and Miss Matlie Hubble are visiting Mrs. William 'eagci- at Kagon, Teiin. Mr. and Mr.-- J. C Tolbert; of weie Uie gue3ls of Mr. and JU J. W. Clark Sunday. Miss Jllie Walker McKinney has gives his customers the "been confined to her room for several diya, on account of illness. best and soundest Mrs Lizzie Simpson has returned to her home at Lancaster after a visit to The "on jujge" system has l.een adopted by the directors of the great Mn, Powell at Huslonville, IlMlo K. P. Kair that will be held here IHIIHgllllM Mr. and Mrs. James A. BeazJcy and August 1J. 20 and 2i. This decision Satisfaction of Ltncastcr, were the will daughters, meet with the approval "of all the guests of Mr Will Hays Sun lav Has tlie famous doors I exhibitors. It is said that there was that swing on hinges j a great deal of complaint last year over An agent who delivers the convenient to operMcCarly & Anders in sold two mure i),e tlnce juige sslem which has been ate keeps silage per best kind of indemnity in of the PorJ cars last veek to W. P. j used for seveial years. Judg;es have ' fectly, winter and :jUii-i- l ,:m25 of this cilv and Dr. M L. Pipes, t ,Plln noeiMi' -rn- - fl.mn rlMc.f.w The "" the market, at the same summer. cf Moreland jure, IloisfS, John 1". Dolan, of Write for our oil er and price as many others which Cowan and little ' lou: T. M. Wilson, of Bowuiu: Green: Mra. George Silo Book Mailed Free daughtr Imijean. of Spokane Wash., Mule and .laks, T. J. Curtis, of Madimay not prove so sure in Also set offer on the Lansing Silo and are t guests of her parents. Mr. and son county, Jersey cattle, James N. the light running Sllberzaba Silage event of calamity, is in a Mrs. J N. Menefce. Denny, of Girrard county. Cutter. Mrs. S. D. Cotliran and daughter?, Mrs. Gorgs C. Givens died at her position to attract, retain, Misses Lillian and Gracio May, of Lan- home out on the Hubble pike'&stwcek, Co. and increase the business caster, were the gussis of her sister, after a short illness. The death of thi3 iBcorponte4 t beloved woman cast a gloom over the Mrs V S. Fish last week. of his office Think it over. Lexington, Kentucky Rev. and Mrs. Homer Carpenter and entire community, for none knew her : Qtilr!!.i "..! little daughter, Eleanor Tevis, 0f but laved rlier.Thc decease was a dtvot I fshelbyvillc, have been the recent guests !cu mctnti-- ol the Christian church and her gold work will be greatly missed j of her mother, Mrs. J. G. Carpenter. in this church. She was before her Mis FJorcnccTrueheart has relurn- - marriage Miss Neppie Moore, daughter Office Citizens National Bank ca.rjome..ftiicr a, visa or several months 0f iate Mr. and Mrs. Noah Moore, of tohetfrptcj,,D$.P,. P. Trueheart. of Richmonl She leaves her husband Sterling. u.an; ana reiauves in wicmta and two children, Mrs. Lucy Miller The tmdersigned hereby gve T.ii- - m to all persons not to trespass unon Bartley and JSwalt Givens to mourn her En(j our lands for any purpose whatever as t Miss Florence. Dawes and Bailey loss, besides several sisters we will prosecute all offenders to ful Dawes, who hold. positions with Bastin brothers. st extent of the law. Hunters and. Telephone Co., of Lancaster, spent Fishermen-especialltake notice. Sandfly with their parents, Mr. and lf I G. W. Elan:. R. L. Elkin. FDR-AIMPAIRED AP Kts. Charlie Dawes, near Highland. I Ed & N B Price J, W' Sweeney Arthur Patterson, a farmer of tire W. G.-- Anderson j John M. Farra -county; aqd Jiliss LeUa&iHfclend,- - wer J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. married at the home cf Rev. Koger B. M. Lear. To improve the appetite strengthen I S..C. Henderson, Of B0U8B0N POCITRY CURE, this week, The bride is the daughter the duration try a few doses of Cham-- 1 A. J. Caddell, W. S. Embry down a chick's throat cures Mr. and Mrs. Alford Rowland. of gapes, A lew drops In the berlaiu'a Tablets Mr. J. H. Seitz, of Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. H. C. Arnold drinking cures and prevents cholera, diarrhoea Judge Lewta LI Walker, , of . Lancas- - Detroit. Mich., says: "They restored Sarah J.' L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. . and other chick disease. One . was ,nere a , : . .....-.- :. t l J reeanessnort umeiasi xir J - ray ajjjwuu; wnen impaireu, leppveQj a.Li. Iticn. W, B. Ray. Mc bottle makes n gallons of ler, ' medicine At alt druggists. day morning on his return from Frank- - me of a bloated feeling and caused k a J. C: Morgan. Sample and booklet on7'Dls-eaaea' tepd , the pleasant and satisfactory movement of j We will add other names for 25 cent ort, where he has bea.to rowls' cent FREE. " ItorkM RMd Si.talirhB.tj the feoweW- - Vr sale by "all dealers, 'cash.. , Cuienl o Senator W.O. Bradley. . Bui-dell- . ii. hpring. He caught this at the Dix river bridge. The fish weighed twt pounds and was sixteen and on" half inches long. Mrs. J. W Jameson, Mrs. G. W. Stewait, N. A. Moore and RubeMoore of Paris nni Mrs. Albert Miller and Mrs. W W Goultra, of Crawfordsville. Ind., have returned home after attending the futieial of their sister, Mrs. G. C Givtns Eugene Oeatherage, age 25, and Miss AndieTon, age 20, were united in marriage Wednesday, Mr. Deatherage is a farm-- r of tWis county, while the bride is llu accomplished daughter of Mr p.nd Mrs- - .1, W. Terry, of tbeNeal's Creek .suction. They have the wishes of their in.itiy friends for much joy and happiness through life. H.pper is at home from Munfordsville, he taught last year to .spend the summer with his mothei. Mis. Kittie, Hopper. Mr. Hopper was superintendent of the graded and high school at Munfordsville last year anl iiitide a splendid record, this being Ins first school since graduating from Oiilr::! University at Danville. He has elected for next year. The .Junt? (vim of the Lincoln Circuit Court heggti heie Mondey with a .full docket. Judge Charles A. Hardin, of Harrol&h'irg and Commonwealth's Attorney M V. Purvear, of Danville, are both here and are working hard to clear up th docket. The grand and petit juries were empanneled Monday morning and Judge Hardin delivered his usual .strong address, impressing upon each one the important place that they held upan the violation of the laws that existed in this county. There lias not 5een veiy much done yet. fish section I IJCI all II XX 1111 Miss Myrtle Cothrum, 1 1 1 1 ofRusseIIvilIc,A!a.,says: 111 I "For nearly a year, I suf-- 1X1 f ered with terrible bade- - X 31 ache, pains in my limbs, and my head ached nearly all the time. Our family doctor treated me, but only gave me temporary relief. I was certainly ia bad health. My school teacher advised me to 320 PAGES. W. M. ELLIOTT, X TAKE Cardiii l. Tells all about sex matters; what Surgeon. men and women, young wives Physician and husbands and all others need to LANCASTER, KY. ;know about the sacred laws that forces. Plain truths of Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220 sex life in relation to happiness in marriage. "Secrets' of manhood and OflS Hours Office Wet Side womanhood; sexual abuses, soctal evil, diseases, etc . Lexingttwi Street ft.B t12. 1 p.m. The latest, most advanced and comprehensive work that ha ever been issued on sexual hygiene. Priceless instruction for those who are- ready for DBNTIST. the true inner teaching. Phoae 65. Lancaster, Ky. This book tells nursesv teachers, doctors, lawyers, preachers,, social workers, Sunday School teachers and all others, young and old, what all need to know about sex matters- - By Winfield Scott Hall, Ph. D, M D. (Leipzig). Newspaper Comments: "Scientifically correct."' Chicago Lick, Kentucky. Tribune. "Accurate and Phi!?jj Iphia Press. "Standard book of knowledge." Philadelphia Ledger. The New York World says: "Plain OBi Hours lto4-7to9-p. n truths for those who need or ought to 229. know them for the- - prevention of evils. Under plain wrapper for only $1.00. M. K. Denny aiii . A. Wlieeler Coin or Money Order, postage ten cents. Dedwrs Of DtaUl Swfrry. ex 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 accidents out not responsible should any occur. be-fo- rd Clarence Beazley SEASON 1914. alf!. '" B. F. H. - Walter m" 1 rtiWV-- T !"W.?.fS. wmmmi. l- - - .ZKJKrZTlJM J. PATRICK, - - isssssHhL iSOfTf .ssBSssssssssssW i vSp& rF ;&"V?HM W?5 '- Dentist. 9Fr I wHiBssBIBSssssiiiWMiBBSB3sssriK7r':iS BSsssslssHfllssss. '- Paint tfysfcslssZ'w'S HfjirSMrEissssssocrTMT? m Oflic: Stormes Building oTei Hurt Fornitore Store. & :sP'All&l'TM 5107. Aoder-sou'- LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. If, P, Frisbiej Funeral Director IHfflCE This royal bred will make season nt mv nin of in nn horse mule, S12.50 for mare mule. $20.00 for iennet colt. M no fn- i Chief Napoleon is by Hill Napoleon, 3rd, No. 3706, 1st. Dam. Ky's Best, 265l Dy j onn morgan, ar, ism. znu. uam Joe Blackburn 1454, by Daisy, 1215. Hill Napoleon 3rd. bv Bauehman Nanoleon. 2nd. h hv MnnnUn i7o i, k.. old Napoleon, 1436. Hill Napoleon dam Missouri Qmvn hv s.,at,... ni- - o.t.io by Daniel Boone 1456. I consider this the best young Jack I ever owned. He Office Phone 27. Residence Phone 3 has served only two jennets andboth are with foal. He is 15 hands highblack wiui wuiie points. LANCASTER KY. I will also stand another fine Jack J A BEAZLEY CHIEF NAPOLEON, No. Jack the and Embalmer it f. TRE ES trawberry Plants Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. He is 154 hand 3 hierh.. black with white- nainbt nnH n fin' iV,).v,t,...i u nets . g iiuiiiuuui, uu ...- sired by John Morgan 2705, (T. O. Hill's champion Jack) Dam Nannie B..2653. by Old Beecher, the greatest breeding Jack of his time. At $6. for Horse Mule and $9. for Mare" Mule. Beecher Morgan. -- " -- Dorsey Gold Dust, fr. Southern Silo Kentucky's finest Saddle Srallion will make the season at my 3table,' one mile East of McCreary and six miles East of Lancaster at the very low price of $1 0. to Insure a Living Colt bbbbIbbwibY'' bWbW" POSTED F. P. Frisbie No Agts - ffliiE. -- k f9HROP t - ONE irtv of plenty of bone and substance, with lots of natural style. He has racked quarters in forty seconds and stepped just as fast in harness, both in trot and pace. He is bred in the purple, being by Nurserymen since 1841. the great Dorsey Gold Dust, 12052. He is a full brother to Eslelle, by Zicalda Gold Dust, 440P, he by Gold Dust 150, he by Vermont Morgan, he by Justin ' Morgan, he by old Comet Morgan. 1st dam Peavine 85, by Young Diamond, he FOR YOUR DEN by Diamond Denmark, he by Washington Denmark. He has proven himself a Heautlfal College Teuanta champion breeder and has shown some of the best colts in Central Kentucky, Yale and Harvard, each 9 in. x 24 in. rangingin price from $125.00 to $150.00 as weanlings. His books are filling fast. Visitors are welcome at all times. Michigan Princeton, Cornell, I retain a lien on all colts until season money is paid. Mares transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance and must be paid at once. Care taken to Each 7 in. x 21 in. prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Phone 364-All best quality felt with felt head exing, streamers, letters and mascot This splendid ecuted in proper colors. assortment sent postpaid for 50 cento and 5 stamps to pay postage. Send now. HOWARD SPECIALTY COMPANY . . Dayton Ohio. Horses, Jacks and Jennets for sale at all times. H.F.IIilleumeyer & Sons. He is a rich chestnut in color, about 16 hands high and weighs about 1,200 pounds, with fine mane and tail and Lexington, Kentucky. 5 5 , Walker Bradshaw; - Mccreary, - , Kentucky. i fi-- - ,. ,.'J- - The Central Record, Thursday June 4, 1914. Page 7 This Company Received Applications For insurance i Last Month Amounting To More Than TWO AND A HALF MILLION DOLi IlU I Central Life Insurance Co W H. Gregory, President, LEXINGTON, KY. ssss&js&xssigj D. D. D. PRESCRIPT Tlie Standard Skin Remedy jit. acre. IIclMOIl for IS years- for Instant ReliefMcRoberts, all Skin Troubles It. E. Lancaster, Ky. Mr. Robert Sherrow bought of Edd Grow a few acres of land at $50 per I want Mastic Paint 13 &1S--0 A number of people from heie attended Decoration at Camp Nelson Saturday. Mr. James Sanders of Judson spent Monday night with Mr. Edd Grow and attended preaching here. Mr. Johnson and Lowry Speaks were with their brother Mr. Villa Speaks at Highland Saturday and Sunday. Mr. H. R. Montgomery and family and Miss Eulala Montgomery attended preaching at Scotts Fork Sunday. Mr. Glover of Danville has just com pleted the job of papering the church here. It is a fine job and does credit to this gentleman. Mr. and Mrs. Wm Quian and little daughter, Zorada. of Jessamine, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Onstott Saturday night and Sunday. "paintwise that it use MASTIC PAINT. It lasts longer. looks better and covers more surface than Keg Lead and Oil hand mixed paint or ordinary ready-mixe- d paint You will save money and disappointment when using EXPERIENCE has taught the man who Mrs. Thos. Crank was very badly hurt Saturday afternoon when a horse fell with her, it is hoped she is not serious and that she will soon recover. Mr. John Hamm who mashed his foot by letting a rock fall on it several days ago has been suffering intensely the past week, he has been at Danville Mastic FimT "The Kind That Lasts" II II l under,treatment. every gallon of tnie eld reliable paint is an iron-cla- d guar- antee. It means that MASTIC PAINT matt give satisfaction. Every gallon "-- TDEHIND undergoes the most rigid tests before Be sure to it is placed on sale. specify MASTIC PAINT it mean utmost paint satisfaction. "E?"D or any other Pee Gee Finish. Ask us or write direct to PESSLEE-GAULBER- T CO., Incorporated, Louiaville, Ky. ""j--""-- " f T7T7 Illustrated boollet. "Homes and How to Pait tVJjJCThem." also color card of MASTIC PAINT ""ll,li111"1 REMcRoberts H Rev. V. S. Taylor of Richmond was mingling with old friends here from Monday until Wednesday and delivered two excellent sermons at this place Monday and Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Montgomery and baby Margaret E. visited her parents at Nicholasville last week and also visited his sister Miss Lavina Montgomery at the Hospital at Lexington. Mr. Thomas Barker, of the Locust Grove section and Miss Edna Green of Jessamine Co.. were married on last Thursday and are now with his parents at this place. Best wishes of all are extended this young couple on their matrimonial career. Quite a number of the folks from here attended the Fifth Sunday meeting at the Forks Saturday. AH report a good day and not only were the spiritual needs supplied but the bodily needs as well, a bountiful dinner was served bv the ladies. Everybody was fed and there was plenty to spare. Mr. Tom Chestnut has just purchased a touring car from Mr. Maupin. of Richmond and has about learn to Wear-EvFor Hosiery GHaranteed run it. Tom who has been assailed by miserable doubts in his matrimonial Men And Women , u.wu ou&l. Ul fclic piJU IJUW. I Ladies' Special Offer The fifth Sunday meeting which was held with the church at this place was For Limited Time Only-- Six pair of our finest 35c value ladies' greatly enjoyed. The speeches on the guaranteed hose in black, tan or white different subject were good and helpful colois with written guarantee, for $1.00 One of the best and strongest addresses of the occasion was given by Rev. Dot-so- n and 10c for postage, etc. on Sunday morning before a large SPECIAL OFFER FOR MEN For a limited time only, six pairs of audience, taking for his subject, "Seoar finest 35c value Guaranteed Hose curity of the Believer." The minister present were Rev. Ad-kiany color with written guarantee and a and wife, of Perryville. Rev: pair of our well known Men's Paradise Garters for one dollar, and 10c for Dotson, and Mr. Wilson, of Harrods-burpostage, etc. Rev. Cook, Rev. Shouse and You know these hose; they stood the wife, of Danville, Rev. Gash and test when all others failed. Thry give Kimball of Burgin, Rev. Beagle, of real foot comfort. They have no seams Lancaster, Rev. Eaily, of Stanford, to rip. They never become loose and Mr. Estis who is in corportage work baggy as the shape is knit in, not delivered ashort address. Quite a pressed in. They are Guaranteed for number of delegates representing the fineness, for style, for superiority of neighboring churches were present. material and workmanship, absolutely stainless and to wear six months withLondon "Tango" Necklace out holes, or a new pair free. Don't delay send in vour order before "Evelyn Thaw" Bracelet offer expires. Give corrf ct size. WEAR-EVEHOSIERY COMPANY These two beautiful pieces of popular Dayton Ohio. jewelry are the craze among society women in New York and the largest cities. Thev are neat and elegant gold HAUKSBUKi:. finished articles that will gladen the heart of every girl or woman, no matJim Speaks unfortunately lost a val- ter how younK or old. Very stylish and uable grey horse by death last week. attractive. Our Free Offer. We are advertising Miss Claudie Bell Speaks has accepted a position in the exchange at Bryants- - Spearmint Chewing Gum and desire to place a big box of this fine, healthful ful ville, Mr. W. D. Marksbury left this week gum into every home. It sweetens the to make an indefinite stay with his son breath whitens the teeth and aids digestion. It is refreshing and pleasing W. I. Marksbury of Lexington. to all. To everyone sending us but 50c Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Sutton, and and 10c to cover shipping costs we will Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury were guests ship a big box of 20 regular 5c packages of Mr, and Mrs. J B. Kemper Tuesday of the Spearmint Gum and include the Jim Speaks sold to Mr. Woods, of elegant, "Tango" necklace and "EvePaint Lick, 3 ewes, at 3Jc. per pound, lyn Thaw" bracelet absolutely free. also 35 lambs at 7Jc for immediate deThis offer is for a short time unly. livery. Not more than 2 orders to one party. Mrs. Jemima Greening has just Dealers not allowed to accept this. closed a contract with Mr. Wright, of Danville to erect a monument over her UNITED SALES GO, husbands grave in the Lancaster Dayton Ohio. P. Q. Box 101 SPECIAL HOSIERY er OFFER g. ram1 Stop! Don't Burn Your Car Up! SOME a car autolsts batfer the by s HfO out ipeefT, I mmlllR driving and constant neglect of little things. Don't you do it. Let 113 overhaul your eoglnc aixi put everything in tiptop running shape for the busy season stnila. Then t.ke cood c:ire of your car. Tills is sound advice. Isn't It Let us overhaul your car now. Expert mechanics to do the work. Prices low. Careand efficient service. Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky SUBSCRIBE FOR The Central Recori $1.00 Per Year. w !PB e I lk,lPl iP PH "rr-- r fWfWllU., n 1 -a- HIH r -- M tt U1XC7 OnCourt Mond CiV. JatnriA auction day Lancaster, County 1 1 -T CLb Some of these ponies are registered and direct from the Shetland Islands. , Don't miss this opportunity to get a nice pony at your price. in front of will sell ..to drive, any age, any sex, any coiorthe court house, .. public ll 1. ana any size. ronies, an oroKen to halter, some . in . tw i 1 1 t- m ". .. 5 head of Shetland' The cream of my herd. . R - Li. .t 'e-- ,i ELKXN, Lancaster, Ky. . '. - - Page 8 The CentrralrRecorcj, Thursday June 4, 1914- - g t 3 ir-- 4l ,,H ins Thursday June 4th, 1914 IC1 Clearance Sale DO - v-- i8 1 I ft I D 31E 3 f m- - E 5c 5c j JL Best Apron Ginghams. Beginning Thursday, June 4th, and continuing, until June 20th, we Will offer absolutely everything in our big stock, except a few restricted price articles, at decided reductions for CASH. This is a real MONEY SAVING EVENT as you select just what you want and get it at a reduced price. And you have the selection of the best stock of Ladies Garments and Dry Goods in Central Kentucky. While sale lasts 17 days we advise you to come early as many sines will be closed o.ut quickly. A 'Best qualities of Calicoes. rrs U C Linen Towels. Natural Absorbent Best low price towel made. TERMS OF SALE-SP- OT CASE. NO GOODS LAID ASIDE OR SENT ON APPROVAL 10c Pure Linen Crash Toweling. silver Bleach 3 n Everything Reduced But We Mention a Few Things Merely to Give an Idea of Reductions. E 3?ii -- iriisvvy .nESSS'SFwaZa UiK'EaEW, W. .T7i l! Dress Silks. Every piece of si'k both plain and fancy will be marked at very low prices for this sale ami a number of dress patterns of Novelty silks will be marked but little over half There will also be ti table of short lengths of all kinds of silks at half price. Tailored Suits Half Price. We offer you choice of over One Hundred this lf embroidered dotted 10c White made to sell at 25c. Swisses r Parasols and Umbrellas. These have just been reeeived reduced Womens Umbrellas. Union Extra quality Table Linen CG inches widt worth "Cc yd. 2 seasons latest and best style Suits, in all the newest materials and colors and any one at just one-hafirst price. I but will be in sale at prices, as well as our entire line of Mens and Mercerized Table 40c Fine two yards wide. Damask full $12.50 Tailored Suits now $18.50 Tailored Suits now $25.00 Tailored Suits now $ 5.25 9.25 12.50 17.50 $35.00 Tailored Suits now Gold Jewelry. During this sale we will offer our full line of solid gold jewelry at decided reductions from our already low prices Newest styles in Brooches. Cameos, La Vallierres, Cuff tons. Fobs, Lockets, Rings, Braclets, Beads Chains etc. But- JC r Irish White Dress Goods. Evetypiece of our great line of ..White Cotton Dress Goods, both plain and faeey will be at 'rcatly reduced prices during this sale and we will OFFER A counter full of very Hue Imported Novelty Crepes and Ra'ines white and colors that sold at 75e to 52.00 yd. at HALF PRICE. Buy eaily, ; Silk Dresses Half Price. than 75 Silk Dresses made of Crepe Meteors, Taffetas. Crepe du Chene, Pussywillow, etc., all strictly new . original price. and at v one-ha- lf We offer you choice of more 50c inches. ed seamless sheets Excellent quality pure bleach81 by 90 Party Dresses. Made of Taffetas and Crepe Meteors and have been here only a few weekr, and were remarkably cheap at first prices. During this sale we will offer the S19.75 Party Dresses for $13.25 and the 15.00 dresses for S10.00. If interested, come early. Wash Shirt Waist. Best selling line we have ever had but they also go this sale. 79c for all Waists Wool Dresses, Half Price, Wash Fabrics. 7 2e that sold at $1. BATH TOWELS-- We offer open stock only of fine Colored Border Turkish Bath Towels very cheap. 1 Towels, 65c; 75c Towels, 55c; (We Towels, 45c. W'i have left a number of very choice dresses made of very light weight, all wool Crepes, Poplins, etc., which sold at 87.50 to $15.00 and 95c for all Waists that sold at $125. $1.15 for all Waists $1.40 will oiler all at yd Half-Pric- e, Ail Dress Ginghams that sold at 10c. that sold at $1.50. for all Waists that sold at $2 that sold at 15c- ". yd hnp.Mte.l Scotch Ginghams that sold at 25c. j yd bast 33 in ih Percales that sold at 12 10c yd Gen.iine ' Kiddie cloth, that Sold at 15c. I5c yd All Crepes and Ratines that were 25c. yd Swpenline Crepes that sold at 20c. 12 9c yd -- All best Oft inch Silkalinet Uial sold at 12 All Dross Gingham 9-c. 2c 9: yd We will offer our entire line of White Dresses, ranging in price from ?" to 35 at a reduction of from regular price and a small lor of very handsome dresses made of fine colored Imported Crepes at Half Price. One-Thi- rd White and Wash Dresses. Spring Coats, Half Price. Bath Towels, Guest Towels and Huck Towels. None of them less than 25c. Q 1?C l Choice of a table of Towels Silver and Cut Glass. Special low price on all Cut Glass, China and plated Silverware and 1847 Knives and Forks and Spoons 39 C nn All nnr Imst nnrp wool nrintpil f'!l!.llfB! We offer our entire stock if Silk Moire Coats and all wool coats original prices. . at exactly One-Ha- lf f - Dress Linens. Just at the very time them to you u- you want Dress pi ices. 1 1? . linens we oiler Full lines of Col Separate Dress Skirts Half Price Shirt Waists. Our entire stock f Chiffon Waists, Crepe du Chene Waists and Silk Shadow Lace Waists will be greatly reduced for this sale. $3.75 Shadow Lace Waists for $2. Ladies' Furnishings. Very low prices will be made on Gossard Front Lacing Corsets. Corsets, Warner's Rust Proof Corsets and Redfern Men's exra heavy Silk Half Hose in Black, Navy, Gray and Tan. First price was 35c 4UC pr. greatly reduced All kinds of Neckwear, Kidgloves, Fabric Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Jewelry. Beads, etc. Thread Stockings, in white, Mack, tans, gray, pink, blue, bronze. Best SI stocking made. dress linens of ored Linens fjom 23c to SI. yd. W hi kind from the sheerest linen lawns to heavy crashes e-er- OJC QrT . and from 25c vd. to S.7.r. and al red u ceil. for ilds sale. 1, Ladies Raincoats. During this sale we will offer Raincoats at prices low enough to buy for the future. $3.25 Raincoats made of fine Mercerized Repps, were ?5. $4.50 Rairicoats made of Silk Cantonsiwere $6.50. ' SG.50 Raincoats made of Double Silk Canton, were S10.00. S9.50 Raincoats made of Imported Gabardines, were S13.75. pi. Genuine McCallum pu:e Silk Childrens' Dresses. We offer our line of the celebrated Detroit-Prince- ss Household Linens. You will save from 10c to 23c. on every dollar you spend for household linens during this sale. Every piece of Irish and German. Table Linen, all Napkins, Towels, Crashes, Table Cloths. Fancy Linens, Sheets. Pillow Cases etc , will beoJfered at greatly reduced prices during this sale- Children's Dresses the best made and best style dresses ever made for children. have just received a large line of new Fique and Ratine skirts at 1.- to $4, but as we .advertise "everything," these will also be at reduced prices. We -5 I Linen Dust Coats, Half Price. White Wash Skirts. n I that sold at 75c 95c for all dresses thrt sold at $1.22. $1.15 for all Dresses that sold at $1.50. $Ul5.f0,all Dresses that sold at S- -, 50c for all dresses Choice of about 40 pieces of wide fanry Ribbons that sold at 25c to 50c yd. A i JO y Li. 1 C , . i of about 15 styles of genuine Flaxons in checks and stripes reduced fron 25cj 17c yd. Choice II mmmt n Imported French Lingerie. We will offer our House Dresses. During this sale we will offer our entire line ' Dix-Make" 1 of. entire line of genuine French Hand S2 ,98 WHITE DRESSES $?,98 the GOWNS, House and Morning Dresses in Cambrics, and Eponges Ging- Made Embroidered Gowns, Skirts, Chemises and Combinations at ONE THIRD LESS THAN REGULAR PRICE. new White. Crepe and Lin- -, We offer choice of about twenty-fiv- e gerie Dresses, and also some colored Crepe Dresses that sold at $5. to $6.50 for $2:98. hams, Flaxons at very low prices." 75c. CHOICE of ONE HUNDRED HOUSE DRESSES, were $1.25 Skirts, Drawers and Combinationsall single garments and small lots of Muslin Under-war- e will be out at but little over half price. ' r U Q R Robert soil .KfiraqeKY; ;r BJftNvjyuMs KV . &Bro. Q. Ufe : MUNSING Union'Suits for Women, Men and Children andVWomen's sepa rate garments will be in this sale at decided reductions. , .- - j . -- , . fQ. Pure.S tfpX;UO-coat3(hi T Jersey.top Petti- - ... Black and colo'rsi 1 ,! : i - 'S'j.-i-v - -- v jji V""1- - i"rtt " X AW,T - M- - J-- t .J,., ' ft