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LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE Excursion from Lancaster to Cincinnati every Sunday at $1.75 round trip. I 25X2S!SaBrBZ!!3JBfKnS!!!SC!XS3S222 (Mr uf ..,. .. ruuet 1. 1914. l ' NUMBER 10. ANOTHER MEXICAN I ' Mr. Farmer We are in a position to make you Special prices on Galvanized STANLEY TO SPEAK IN DANVILLE. HERRON CRISIS AVERTED A CONFLICT SEEMED INJ VICTIM OF MURDEROUS Hon A. O. Stanley candidate for the Senate will speak in Danville at the Court house on County court day. Monday June 15th. at 1:30 o'clock P. M. astfaaaflaaWC'S. -- 47""" EVITABLE. BUT HUERTA Took Water Again. BY NEGRO HE HAD UNDER ARREST On Last-Sunda- y ft s --- & - The United States declared Tampico an open port to "all Vessels". The Antilla loaded with arms consigned to the Carranza forces in Mexico, and flying the Cuban flag, was headed down as he is frequently called, and which the Atlantic coast headed for the open f receiving two port of resulted in Tampico to land their cargo, dangerous pistol wounds, one in the General Huerta learning this, signified head, the other in his body. his intention of blockading the port of DALTON RICH IMPROVING. The details of the affair are meager. Tampico, and so notified the powers, as Dalton Rich, son of Mr. and Mrs. J those who are supposed to have witness is customary between nations. Had D. Rich, who has been seriously sick at ed the affair being reluctant to talk. he intercepted or molested the Antilla, Mr. Herron because of his serious conhis fathers home near town, is very it would have meant open defiance of much improved, sufficently so as to dition has not been allowed to give his the United States edict declaring version of the affair, but the facts Tampico permit the dismissal of the nurse who an open port, and his interhas been in attendence, and it is thought which we have secured from a reliable ference would have been resented by source are as follows: Jane Brown a American that his complete recovery is now but men of war. But the intercolored woman came up town on Suna question of time. ference did not come. Huerta'a- - emisday afternoon and requested Chief saries before the Board of Mediators at Herron to go to the "Chute" and ar- Niagara Falls advised ADTO SERVICE. rest another negro, said to have been of his action, and the him of.the folly Dictator had the I am now running an automobile on John Gibbs, and whom she alleged bad good sense to rescind his action. Had struck her daughter in the" eye. When "he the mail line between Lancaster and interfered with the Antilla, the Nicholasville and can accommodate th Mr. Herron reached the scene of the peace negotiations would have ended public with good auto service. Leave alleged trouble Robert Strange, who automatically and hostilities would Lancaster at 7 o'clock, arrive at Nich- with a number of other negroes was have been resumed, Gen. Funston proolasville at 10 o'clock. Leave Nichol- present, engaged in an altercation bably would have commenced his march asville at 12;15, arrive at Lancaster at with him, when the Chief attempted on Mexico City. 3;30. $1.25 one way, or $2.00 round to arrest him and he ran. Mr. Herron As the matter turned out, the peace trip. Phone 47, Bryantsville Exchange drew his revolver and commanded him negotiations are still in progress with to halt, which he did; the Chief then good H. D. Lee. 4t. Pd prospects of an early and amicable Roof-in- g, proceeded up the alley leading from the adjusment. Buckeye pike to the Richmond TRIBUTE TO BRADLEY. pike, bringing Strange Farmers say this was beyond doubt with him Captain James W. Ramsey, the intending to lodge him in jail. the most favorable tobacco weather First ward veteran, is a stalwart re When near the stable of Mr. W. B. ever known. publican and he does not as a rule get Ball, Strange attempted to wrench much comfort from democratic papers. loose from Herron and the latter drew DIES AT SOLDIERS HOME. But he is greatly proud of the tribute his pistol and struck him over the head Alexander Kennedy, a well known to the late Senator William O. Bradley with it in an effort to subdue him; they Kentucky paid to the senator's mem- engaged in a scuffle, and in some inex- Lancaster colored man, and a survivor of ory by a democratic paper printed in plicable manner the negro secured the of the civil war, died at the Soldiers Bradley's childhood home in Garrard revolver from the officers grasp and Home in Danville Ills, last week, and county. "The paper is the Lancaster turned a murderous fire upon him, the his remains were interred at that place. Central Record, and extracts from the first shot striking him in the temple editorial are given. Washington (Ind) and going completely through his head, Herald. the Chief crumpled in a heap and the Mr. Ramsey, tho "a stalwart repub- infuriated negro continued to discharge lican", is a valued subscriber and good the weapon at his inanimate body. friend of the Record, and this is his as Three shots went wild, but another one Senator penetrated Mr. Herron's left breast well as the late lamented Bradley's "home town," and surely lightly above the heart, nut luckily Purchasers get the benefit of our 10 Mr. Ramsey knows that we are suffic- ranged upward producing a wound that iently broad minded to- - render unto will not prove serious according to his years experience in the business. Ceasar the things that are Caesar's, physicians, the 1 bullet was excracted Look for other bargains listed in next and that we invariably pay proper beneath the shoulder bladA The negro issue. Owners of farms who want to tribute to every citizen of this county was heard to remark after emptying sell should see us at Once. No 473. 44 acres, 3J mile from who deserves it, irrespective of what his revolver "all that keeps me from 5 3 his politics may be. killing you right here is that I haven(t Lancaster, $3,000. another load for this pistol". He then No 475. 60 acres, good land, brick made for the jail carrying the pistol residence, 4 miles from town, per acre, STRELITZ-JOSEP- H. with him, waving it above his head and $90. No 476. 128 acres, good land, well Miss Helen Strelitz of Chattanooga warning everyone p ftSeftftSi li505wCCS&CEl away from improved, 4 miles out close to pike, Tenn and Mr. Arthur Joseph of Lan him. caster were united i n marriage When he reached the jail he made per acre, $75. Wednesday i n Asheville N. C, the statement, so we are informed, that No 477. 180 acres on pike 2J miles Dry where the bride has been sojourning "he had killed Luther Herron, if you out, per acre, $100. for the past several weeks. The newly-wed- s want him go down there in the alley No 481. 97J acres, 1$ miles from will remain in Asheville for a and get him." The negro was practi- town, per acre, $125. No 483. 310 acres of good land, on couple of weeks, after which they will cally uninjured, Agent Normal City Laundry. spend several weeks among the various The wound through Mr. Herron's pike, near Buena Vista good improveOrders called for and Delivered. Prompt and Efficient eastern summer resorts, returning to head is a dangerous one, and it is mi- ments per acre $65. No 484. 243 acres, on pike, 4 miles Lancaster early in July, where thev raculous that he was not killed instantService. Office over Stormes Drug Store. from town, per acre, $75. will remain permanently. ly, the bullet passed below the base of Your Patronage Solicited. No 485. 61 acres, in 2 miles of town, The bride is a daughter of Mrs. the brain and above the optic nerve, of Chattanooga, and had deviated from its course the unimproved, per acre, $90. Rebecca Strelitz it No 486. 206 acres'of good land in whose husband before his death was a fractional part of an inch, it would retired business man of the Tennessee have resulted in either instant death high state of cultivation, good imLancaster, Ky. Thone No. city. The young lady was prominent or total blindness. As it is, barring provements, 2J miles from town, per socially in her home town, and will be complications, the Chief will survive acre $125, or 105 acres "ot it at $135, S SESv-Swelcomed heartily upon their return to this murderous attempt on his life. per acre. No 487. 161 acres on pike 4 miles Lancaster. He is a man of wonderful vitality and The groom needs no introduction to an iron nerve, and he steadfastly from town per acre, $85. Lancastsr.s far famed hospitality No 488. 60 acres on pike 3 miles out CIRCUIT COURT. the readers of the Record. He is a maintains that he will get well, and will be taxed to the uttermost during home boy',, born and reared in Lan this determination will aid him materi- well improved, $135. Chautauqua week. No 489. 54J acres well improved, on Circuit Court begins the caster, the youngest son of the late ally in his struggle. He is receiving Don't forget the date of the "Battle term in Lancaster on next Monday Jacob and Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph, and every possible attention, a nurse being pike, possession, $5500. No 490. 136 acres, on pike, near of .Gettysbury" at the Opera House June 15th. The docket is an unusually occupies a high place in the estimation constantly in attendence and every Bryantsville, 3 houses, main dwelling light one, and the term will doubtless of the people of Lancaster and Garrard June 16th. in 5 reels. be a very short and uneventful one. county . Arthur, like his father, thing known to. medical skill is being new with 8 rooms, modern and up to Fried chicken and garden "sass" in This i3 the time cf year when farmers than whom there was never a better or done to aid his recovery, and unless date, water works, gas lights. 2 tobacthe unforseen should come to pass, he co barns, price, $12,000. abundance graces the tables of Garrard are very busy and are very loath to do jnore highly respected citizen in the county people nowadays. No 491. 185 acres of high class land, jury service, and it has never been county, is a splendid business man, and has a good chance to survive his injur2 miles out, 2 large tobacco barns, per Judge Hardin's policy to force them to with his brother Mr. Adolph Joseph ies. Painting and paper hanging. Work It is a source of the deepest regret acre, $120. perform jury service to the detriment and his mother, conduct one of Lancas H. D. Elmore, O. K. or no pay. No 492. 100 acres of tobacco land, will doubt- ter's most prosperous mercantile es- in both town and county that this fear of their farm labors, and he Lancaster, Kv. less not make this an exception to his tablishments, The Joseph Mercantile less officer should become the victim highly improved, near Buckeye, on of such a murderous assault, and hun- pike, per acre, $125. LoST:-Stefishing rod between back usual custom. Co. dreds of inquiries from both white and No 494. Several pieces of splendid of Mounts' store and Miss Pattie Gills. The Record heartily joins the legion black areimade every hour of the day city property for sale. Return to this office and receive of friends of the groom in extending a as to his condition. RAIN, GLORIOUS RAIN. 496. 100 acres of land, J mile .from hearty welcome to the young couple Mr. Herron has made a splendid of Never was there more bountiful or and wishing them a long life of health, ficer, and aside from this he is a Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles Sup't Herron tells us every effort more welcome showers than those of happiness and prosperity. from Lancaster, good improvements, popular man, liked by all, and it is large tobacco barn, well worth the will be made to have the oiling of the last week, The rain fell intermittentsincerely hoped that he may survive streets completed before the beginning ly and in spots, but each section of the price of $100. per acre. his injuries and may soon be able to of the Chautauqua. A NEW PAPER' FOR county, so far as we can hear, came in 497. 222 acres of fine land near Lanresume his duties. The council met on and for it in sufficient quantities to produce Cut your weeds, whitewash Monday night and selected Mr. Jack caster & Lexington pike, splendid imfreshen up your premises for ''Chau-tauqua- " a tobacco season, and the farmers took Adams to serve as 'Chief of Police until provements, at $90. per acre, there will be lots of strangers advantage, of the occasion and succeed498. 63 acres, improved, near Paint The, "Times" a new Democratic such time as Mr, Herron may be able ' , ed inettijlig put the greater part of weekly is to be launched at Lawrence-bur- g to resume his duties. during-thweek. Lick graded school at $95. per acre. f in town the crop. Tobacco plants are unusually with Arthur W. Timoney of --Dan . The negro Robert Strange was 499. 73J acres of rich land, right on Crab Orchard is already becoming fine, the ground is in splendid condition While advocating , the brought out on Monday for his examin- pike, well improved, 2 miles of Lancas the Mecca qf the pleasurs seekers and and the outlook for a splendid crop, in ville as editor.democracy, .the new , pub: ing trial, but was returned to jail to ter, priced at $120. per acre and is many automobiles are passing every 1 so far as may be predicted at 'this principles of lication will not espouse the cause of await the result of Mr.'Herron's injury, worth it. day headed in that direction. early stage, is most propitious. any candidate within the paitv, and and this method will be pursued as .the No 501. 45. acres, new houseoa pike, will devote its columns to giving the law requires, until such time as the (near BryaataviQe. $100. per acre. The small boys were in great demand aaay ACCIDEXT. weaaeed-saavale to appear No 502. Jftacxaa I76 yards' from daring the splendid tobacco seasea of DEPLORABLE the thmrxsg aity of Lawreacebarg. againat him. ivRobart. Strange, b tows limit af Lancaster ob Lexingtoa last week, and many of them earned tofeara the princely sum, to them, of $Z. per Lancaster friends are grieved byjMiss Arthur Tiroooey is a bright young Robert Undercook came to this county Avenue, oaaaarovedw beautiful build af a painful accident sjretaiped newspaper man, has considerable day. from 4 Metca)ft)jcfett ieve)al , y.4aH ia&t sites, a bargain at $150. per acre. Margaret NnlaaJaiBirhnirnd receaafcr, mmimm aw itm adaeatad aader." ago. He has nuTqr'fcaea'tn any sericus Bappjy of Unrelenting care as to your acres, on good road, 1 mile m- in which she Buffered a fracture 6fher tutelage of Owen Nclatyre aed trouble since ha CMfle-herhat tscoa- le land, hiirhl v inmroved drinking water, and strict observance left arm. .Alias Noland and.Miss "Olive tbe .Veraon Richardson, it goes without ceded to bea taetmtBegfov I J ? lies well, lendid water, susceptible.of ,of tfee laws of sanitation, will . insure Dean, who waa her visitor, was out t .t r J.IH Ti get out a newsy i saying joat ne ' ' l vww t..i.. t Mr ,good health in the community during driving, whan their r horse became sbeet, and will win "Battle;toftGefl tMhmre'ijjat. 'Ooera OlYUHUS isui ilii ur wrct uuuu. ?w. divide the patronage;' of ., . "'thelheated season. , I frightened (this I""""" , isSeei. add-o- n. a. hog which ran across that aacawty with Brer Jesse Alvacaon . Hoasa June-26th- )' v at 194 rr(Hi- - on rfiVm lrmila KAi. ..f2 oyerturpea Aihe eSicle page. . more the '. '.We foveffiwa-Jtiqtbfri'Lancaster lsxge .tobacco barn'bne i NiHiBjIifaeTastating the wheatcrop in which they were riding. MW Uo- - pj TUBS':-beautiful lyktbujlfing site frbh ViM i presume thai its && fonewji mbtolfea- arm,' biimires tf" " taragW-Vei- e ? I .have an unlimited flUTOlv of ' akiar-cshfined'io' a small', area Dean wit fejured'iflofh ofisgthe ?, .. s. " " t.i. ii.-- t : ' i jn tne .. .. pair pi ii Fivei"-square- s i n wsojaoty, v;. zwe' ;joung u.jr wwtruair, "rfJR!; "ir i. l..BrifaxttSRriartpaliu4imte or pall wHf tf i.owar iui feHvgltfs &ISWffli&roa&BtIie jeaj .- -; tog lMveaweetatdtf aRfescaatau ,r-t-f gataglep: t . :f B5 i ?'Mf&Cfege SaM&.r Pd. , 4j(i . j.UteVaj.VLancssUfy.r, c v, X 't ,,.- H UP TO THE GRAND JDRY. We hear it said that the names of Afternoon. aid Fainted many will be presented to the coming grand jury as infringers of the fish and game laws, and some of those who have been guilty of these offenses may find themselves facing indictments for their imprudence. last Sunday afternoftn Chief of Police Luther E. Herron was the victim of a murderous assault at ihe hands of Robert Strange.or Robert Underwood, On the-Chie- WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR ROOFING. 15 For the next 28 Days WE CAN FURNISH YOU Binders, Mowers Rakes, Twine. SECTIONS -- GAGE BY WEIGHT - For what you have been REPAIRS. paying for 29 Gage. We can do your Guttering, Heating, Plumbing and all kinds of Tin and. repair work on short Notice with a Guarantee and at reasonable price. LIVE andLET LIVE FOLKS HASELDEN BROTHERS Wholesale and Retail Hardware. DG J NEW LIST OF FARMS. jT aaa lBByalay BIt & CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. 2t I $" V f f. BBBBBBBBBBLaf' i-- Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing -- E. J. 365. 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At the time of his election to Congress both Republi cans and Democrats united in giving him the largest vote received by any Congressman from Alabama, Richmond Pearson Hobson, "the horo of the Merrlmac" Is not only a statesman but an orator and he Is most eagerly sought for in all parts of the country as ,a Chautauqua lecturer. He has addressed large audiences Jn nearly every state in the Union. ci 4 Among the Nations." Just at this Mr. Hobson's lecture subject Is "America's Mission, as 'tlnn the dlscuss'on of this su'jject Is of most current Interest. Mr. Hobson's coming to this Chuulauqua will be a red letter day In the history of the conurunlty jEoubt many people will be present from the surrounding eouctry. Peace-Maker Capt. Hobson was elected presidential elector at large In Alabama in ll'04 and was one of three men in- Elegant Appointments, Palm Court, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room.' Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with smaU map. CLIFFO MANAGER. M. LEWIS " Si .-- f V - ..., , i.n t'-r.zlt ftjyrL V,' 'ff 'if? ! f -- v The Central Record, Thursday June 11 1914. Page 3 TEUSUHD small tracts, one of the finest Ranches in Texas, 1 Some of the finest Farming Land in West Texas is now being placed on the market by W. M. SANDIFER, Knox County, Texas. I have just cut up and into will offer at low prices and on easy terms. of Knox-City, Sub-Divid- ed which I 99 per cent of this land is fine Agricultural land. About 000 acres of it now being in cultivation on which is growing Wheat, Oats, Corn, Maize. Sorghm and other feed crops. This land is all well located, being close to Schools and Churches, begins in about two miles of Knox-Cit- y, and runs North West; the futherest out being about five miles from town. Part of the Raw Land has Mesquite Timber on it, enough for wood and posts. Plenty of fine water to be had at a depth of from 45 to 60 feet. Some of this land will grow Alfalfa, it being Valley land, but never overflows. Mr Henry Hutchinson, recently of Garrard County, has been all over this land, was present and saw each tract surveyed out. Ask him about it, he is now in Garrard County representing me and will take pleasure in telling you about this beautiful country. Our other agent Mr. B. Seal is familiar with the country Cash, balance 10 years at 8 per cent. and will tell you facts about it. ASK THEM. TERMS One-thir- d W. M. SANDIFER. The Land Man, HENRY HUTCH IINSOIN, Agent. KENTDCKIAN had been watching him closely, waited until the leader's coat tails were out of sight and then arose and asked for "present consideration and passage" of the bill. The Vice President asked for objections. There were none. The bill was declared passed, and Bradley looked up with a grin and a twinkle in his eyes to the press gallery where the Kentucky newspaper correspondents were waiting. He waved his hand as a signal to "let 'er go," and in a few minutes the telegraph wires had carried the news that the I ill had passed the Senate. Then the Senator assured himself that President Taft would sign it, saw that it was signed and than sat back to await another such task. This tast also concerned Democrats. Several farmers in Grant county were convicted under the criminal section of the Sherman law. Learning that these poor and obscure men were the only persons whose convictions had been secured bv Attorney General Wicker-shawhile trust magnates went free. Representative Cantrill appealed to thr Attorney General to recommend & pardon for the Grant county men. Representative Rouse, of their district, ably seconded him, but it soon became evident that the President did not intend to grant the pardon. The writer informed Senator Beadley of the state of the case and urged him to use his great influence with the President- "I won't do a thing," said the Senator shortly. I am sure these fellows are guilty." "That isn't the point,', he was told. "These poor farmers, who are unable to pay such fines, are the only men ever convicted by the Department under the Sherman law. Trust barons are free, while poor Kentuckians are made the Department's goats." "If that's true," said Bradley, "I'll raise hell about it." And he did. He found out that it was true and immediately grave no peace to Attorney General Wickersham or President Taft uncil the latter had agreed to pardon th Grant county men. And the day the pardon was signed found Senator Bradley at the White House waiting to make sure that it was Knox-Cit- y. B. SEAL,, Agent. Texas. FIRST POLITICIAN NEXT. m IIJ im.i-- '1.1 Are You Looking For A Bargain? i J jf Lf wr mT AW a . ft. "2 1 aa-- - j Aw -- W S "j; Ar.T civr 'It - - "??- - irfsBi'Vy PERHAPS you are looking for a most candid advice buy a used car only from a dealer of highest reputation. You can't afford to take a chance. If you are satisfied as to our reliability, drop in and see the used cars we haTe for sale. Really bargains. We guarantee cars in good running order when they leare our garage. M ' in - V- -' "A ri You can safely buy a good used car from Prices very low. Our personal guarantee protects you. Talk it over with us. us. Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. SUBSCRIBE FOR The Central It is Cheaper to Renew Than Record, Pf$ $1.00 Per Year. 1115 to Buy New 1M - In erery home is Furniture that looks fit only for the attic, or the wood shed Simply get a can of HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINISH cabinet Yon can give it an Oak or a Mahogany finish, whioherer 70a prefer. No painting experience is needed just Lus tro and a brush. . You'll really enjoy the work FOft SALE BY ad in a few minutes for few cents yon will hare new and handsome chair or table, r 1 CONN BROTHERS Mr. Arthur B. Krock, Washington correspondent to the Courier Journal, pays Senator William 0. Bradley the following tribute in last Sunday's issue. "Kentucky and her people were first in his heart. Had Senator Bradley come to Washington in his prime; had he been elected to the Senate, say, in the early years of the century, his vigor, his oratorical ability and his industry would have made him a national reputation, and,he might have succeeded Aldrich as the leader of the Republican stalwarts. But Bradley came here in 1908 an old man, broken in health and in strength, his vigor more mental than bodily, his ambition less keen than in the days when he was the"perpetual candidate". A high-tarif- f, rockribbed Republican in thp days when high-tarif- f, d Republicans were making their last stand, Senator Bradley contentedly followed the leadership and ran in their groove with these exceptions; When their leadership sought to deprive Kentucky tobacco growers of the tax they wanted on tobacco, Bradley flew at the throats of his superiors like a tiger and prevented them from carrying out their design. When these leaders lost their power in their own State organizations and some of them were forced to retire from the Senate, the Kentuckian, although old and broken, maintained his grip, and in 1912 held Taft to second place in Kentucky after giving him the delegate vote of the State over the far more popular Roosevelt. When battling with other factions on his native heath, he was always a McGregor, and when the interest of his State was attacked, whether by Republicans or Democrats, he was always a Bruce. After Bradley's row with Aldrich over the tobacco tax, he had no1 great local adventures until the time, done. He wouldn't have Kentuckians imcame for the passage of the Cantrill Tobacco Statistics Bill through the posed upon, and, although one of the Senate, Mr. Cantrill, a Democratic Grant county culprits had been a DemRepresentative, had fathered this and ocratic member of the State Legislapassed it through the House, and he ture the Senator went to the front as and the tobacco growers of the State readily as if the man had been a Rerepresented to Senator Bradley their publican. interest in having it passed through the At the time when C. C. McChord was Senate. In those days the Republicans under consideration by President Taft held the Senate majority, and so Sena- for a place in the Interstate Commerce tor Bradley was selected to pilot the Commission, Mr. Bradjey received hunmeasure. Republicans from Connecti- dreds of letters from the mountains decut and Pennsylvania, leaders of his manding that he fight McChord because party, informed the Kentuckian of their of the latter's intimacy with William opposition. It made no impression on Goebel. To all of these the Senator rehim. They told him Kentucky Demo- plied that a Democrat was going to be crats (so they styled the growers) appointed Commissioner and in that would profit and Pennsylvania and case he wanted a Kentucky Democrat, Connecticut Republican manufacturers that he knew no man better qualified would contribute that profit. than McChord and would so state to the "All the more reason for passing it, President. '.'What McChord said or if it will help Kentuckians," said did in a stirring time is of no bearing Bradley, ' Penrose, chairman of the on this case," said Bradley, and he Finance Committee and Bradley's Lrepeatedly urged Mr. Taft to make the titular leader, served notice that he appointment, which was made. would not permit the bill to pass. It was always: that way with him Bradley treasured the information and when his state or its people were conworked as hard as he could in the ways testing or contending for anything he understood, counting on his tremend. which others wanted he fought. The ous personal popularity and watchful- Democratic Representatives came to ness to overcome the power of Penrose's him to push their bills through the position. Senate because of that fact and bej The day the Cantrill' Bill came up for cause they knew he was a great worker Senate passage Mr. Penrose was in his and was imbued with a local patriotism seat ready to repeat the "I object" as intense as that of the ancient Sparwhich would have postponed considera- tan or Attican. During campaigns, in tion indefinitely. Senator Martine, a the day when Senator Bradley was close friend of Bradley's walked up to making speeches up and down the Penrose and whispered something to State, he would go into Democratic him. The big Pennsylvanian 'arose congressional districts and urge them laboriously, and walked out of the to Bend Republican to Washington, chamber with Martine. Bradley, who saying: rock-ribbeAldrich-Hale-Penrose The Republican candidate and I can work together, and if you want his bills passed through the Senate you had better send him to the House instead of this Democrat you've got now." d bluff, But it was all a done in the interest of the party which he loved. For as soon as the Democra tic Congressman passed a bill through the house and wanted it pushed in the Senate, he would call on Senator Bradley, ask for aid "in the interest of the people of my district" and the aid was always given. Uncle Joe Cannon once raised the tariff on zinc as a reward to the people of the Joplin, Mo., district lor replacing a Democrat with a Republican. But Senator Bradley's reward and punishments when they affected local legislation, were always in the index, but never on the statute books. He and Owsley Stanley once blackguarded each other up and down the Second district, and the Senator told his famous story on the Congressman. But when Stanley reached Washington and told the Senator he had been a chum of his dead son, George, the eyes of the old man filled with tears, and he loved Stanley like a father after that. He ridiculed Congressman Fields as a "drummei" in the Ninth district and then treated him with every consideration and courtesy after he reached Washington. "The verdict of the Kentucky people at their elections is good enough for me," was a Bradley maxim. Duting the heat of the Taf campaign Bradley and Ollie Jsmes got into a wordy war in which some hard blows were exchanged. It was feared for a while that they would not pull together in the Senate, a condition which always works to the detriment of a State. In a letter to the writer. dated December 23, 1912, Mr Bradley remarked (at a time when the du3t of conflict had barely settled.) "James and I will be all right. The interest of Kentucky demands it, and that is enough. 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Such was William O'Connell Bradley, the Senator, and his grave holds a loyal Kentuckian, American and Republican, who will not easily be replaced by Kentucky, the Union or the Republican party. Of William O'Connel Bradley, the man, there remains a lasting monument his manuscript of memoirs and anecdotes, the famous ones he told and heard all over Kentucky during fifty years of campaigning. These have all been edited and are ready for the printer, and it is hoped and presumed that his estate will give them to the world, Vnnk v ' -r J No f yt r- ,it ..'S:5 Wsrnmm - V ,- - 7 Sk - n .rfV'J&J1 . FREE London "Tango" "Evelyn Thaw" Necklace Bracelet These two beautiful pieces of popular jewelry are the craze among society women in New York and the largest cities. Thev are neat and elegant gold finished articles that will gladen the heart of every girl or woman, no matter how young or old. Very stylish and A m m igorously good delicious. and keenly 1 Thirst-quenchi- ng attractive. 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The CentralRedorcl, Thursday June! 11, 1914 -- nr. GAME WARDEN Lyne-Johnst- DO NOT- - FORGET- - The following account of the THE INSTITUTE. wedding which took place in Do not lose sight of the fact that the Lexington last week, is taken from the J. E. ROBINSON. Edtor. Garrard county Teachers Institute will Lexington Leader. The groom is well be held in Lancaster during the week known in Lancaster, where he was SAYS HE IS DOING EVERYR. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. of June 22d, and that the law requires born and raised. He is the oldest son Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., every teacher who expects to teach in of Mr. and Mrs. William McClelland THING Second-Glas- s Mall Matter. as Johnston, until recently residents of POSSIBLE TO ENFORCE LAW, LACKS the county to attend the sessions under penalty of forfeiting their certificate. Lancaster. The young people have the Member Kentucky Press Association hearty congratulations of a host of and Garrard county friends. Eighth District Publishers League. "Another pretty wedding of Wednes In answer to the article which ap NOTABLES TO ATTEND IN- -' day afternoon was that of Miss Nancy peared in last weeks issue of the ReLancaster, Ky., June 11, 1914. Lyne to Mr. William Bradley Johnston cord, Game Warden J. S. Scalf called -- STITUTE. which was celebrated at 4 o'clock at at the Record office and made the p Providence Christian church, Rev. H. statement that since his appointment Miss Lida Gardner of Carlisle and Rates For Political Announcements L. Calhcun, minister of the church, of- to the position he had done everything Mr. John B. McFerran of Louisville For Precinct and Citv Offices ...S 5.00 ficiating. The church is a quaint struc- possible to see that the game and fish have signified their intention of being 10.00 "or County Offices ture of historic interest and where the laws were enforced, having gone so present on Wednesday June 23d at the For State and District Offices.... 15.00 family have attended all their far as to submit the names of those Teachers Institute. Miss Gardner is .10 Doty drop- bride's Calls, per line Captain James Alexander for lives. who had been reported to him as hav- Superintendent of School of Nicholas 10 ped peacefully to rest at his home on For Cards, per line The decorations were of palms, ferns, ing violated these laws to the grand county and Mr. McFerran has done all publications in the interDanville avenue in this city at 7;30 For hanging baskets and two tall white juries at previous terms of the court. much to promote the cause of educaest of individuals or expreso'clock on last Saturday evening. willow baskets with ascension lillies. Mr. Scalf asserts that it is impossible tion in Kentucky. Come and hear sion of individual views, per Surrounded by his sorrowing family, day was ideal and the rays of sun- for him to accomplish anything unless them. 10 his passing was as quiet and peaceful The line glass he can have the of the 05 as if he were going to his evening re light came through the stained Obituaries, per line windows enhancing the picture. citizens of the county, and requests pose, rather than into the sleep that Miss Tommye Webb presiding at the that any and all persons who are in WELL KNOWN COLORED knows no waking. The senatorial race for the long term failing health organ played the wedding music. The possession of any evidence as to violaCapt. Doty had been in is becoming more interesting as time March from Lohengrin gave the tions of these laws report same to him MAN DIES. for more than a year, but in January Bridal passes. The three candidates contestsuch marked signal for the coming of the procession, and that he will do the rest. last his condition showed ing for the Democratic nomination This is but justice to Mr. Scalf, and Cary Mullins, one of the best known improvement that he followed an often the ushers, Messrs Prentiss Porter have established headquarters in LouisDouglass, of Louisville, and Baylor Van he is correct in his statement that his colored men in Lancaster, died very expressed desire to visit his ville. Hon. A. O. Stanley is going entering on the right and Guy hands are tied and he is rendered suddenly at his home on the "Chute" Winnsboio S. C, and also hoping Meter about the work of making the fight at by the refusal or failure of last friuay atternoon and his remains that the change of scene and climate Rea, of Pittsburgh and Lucian Patton powerless with his usual energy and determinaon the left. The matron of honor, the the citizens to furnish him any informa- were interred in the colored cemetery might prove beneficial to his health. tion. He is speaking on an average of Yerkes, of tion which they may be in possession on Saturday. He returned to his home in Lancaster bride's sister, Mrs. Lovell a day to large and attentive i twice Birmingham Alabama, followed the of that would tend to the conviction of "Uncle Cary" was a colored man of first of March, and since that time audiences. He makes plain his stand the of persons having been guilty of violation the highest integrity, one of Uncle he has steadily declined, and for the ushers on the right and the maid upon public questions and makes friends Sam's pensioners, and before the inpast few weeks he has been confined to henor. Miss Mary Foster on the left of the laws. in every audience that he addresses. preceding the bride, who was escorted That there has been violations of stallation of the new plant was the ef his home, most of the time to his bed. Mr. Stanley has been a faithful public! Ureamic poisoning developed, to which and given in marriage by her father, these laws, we have no doubt, there ficient engineer for the Record plant. servant and to those thinking demo- his death was directly attributable. Mr. Sanford Connelly Lyne. At the are too many persistent rumors afloat crats who wish to have on guard in During his last illness everything that same time, the bridegroom, with the to this effect for there not to be any A memorial service was held in the Washington a man who is capable of Wil- truth in some of them, and it is common was possible was done to alleviate hi.? best man, the bride's brother Mr. Circuit Court room in Lancaster, Ky., serving the people in the highest way offended Lyne, advanced and joining at the justice-tMr. Scalf and to the suffering, and all that Kind friends and liam on May 27 1914 at 10 o'clock a m in honor and whose sympathies are with the loving relatives could do, was done for alter the bridal couple stood before the law, that any citizen having cognizance of the memory of the late Senator struggling masses his candidacy chalhim, but they realized that his complica- waiting minister for the marriage cere of these violations should apprise him William O. Bradley by the Lancaster lenges support. tions of diseases and his advanced years mony, the troth being pledged and of them. It is not necessary that your Bar, of which the deceased for many His next speech in this part of the name should be known in the matter, years was plighted with a ring. foreboded the approaching end. a distinguished member. state will be in Danville next Monday The bride's gown was of white soft nor should it be known, so if you have The committee appointed to draft On Mondav afternoon after short His many admirers in this section will any information that would prove of fu:.eral services at the Presbyterian taffeta silk with lace trimming and her the following resolutions reported be on hand to enjoy the brilliant adtulle veil was fastened with orange value to him, call on Mr. Scalf and ap- which were unanimously adopted. church by his old companion-in-armdress which he is expected to deliver Be it resolved by the Lancaster Bar Dr. E. M. Green of Danville, assisted blossoms. She carried a lovely bouquet prise him of the facts in your posseson that occasion. of white orchids and lillies of the valby Rev. J. Rockwell Smith, his remains in call meeting assembled. followed by a long concourse of sorrow ley. First That we do lament the call The matron of honor wore white emof death has stilled the voice and closSee the "Battle ot Uettvsuurg" in ing friends, were borne to their last motion pictures, at the Opera House resting place in the Lancaster ceme broidered crepe with white hat wreathed the honorable and useful life of our ed in bluets and a shower bouquet of tery. distingnished fellow citizen, the late June 16th. 5 reels. EFFECTIVE JDNE 12TH. Senator William O. Bradley. James Alexander Doty was born in the rare looking bluets. The maid of honor was beautifully Second That this Bar takes a. peGarrard county on June 25 1840 and SAM BERRON, HERE. TRAFFIC SPEED culiar pride in the fact that the honorwas the son of Sabritt and Emily Hen gowned in white embroidered voile with ed dead was born in this county, that Mr Samuel Lee Herron, U. S. Coast derson Doty. He had scarcely reached sash of bluet lulle and white hat coverhe spent his early life in this city, that LIMITED. Artillery, is in Lancaster for a months his young manhood when the Civil war with the same. Her bouquet was also furlough. Sam was expected home broke out and he espoused the cause of a shower of the bluet blossoms. The he was first admitted to the practice of Chauffeur's Licenses. shortly but came a little sooner than th Confederacy, joining the command wedding march by Mendelssohn was law at this bar, and that he lived in was eypected because of the injury sus of Gen. John Morgan. this city until he was elected Governor He was cap- played for the departure from the Beginning tomorrow, June 12th, the tained by his father. He has recently tured and was among the number im- church and the wedding party and of Kentucky, and that his honored new automobile law passed bv the 1914 successfully passed the examination as prisoned in Ohio, from where he escap- nearest relatives and friends went career bgan in our midst and that he to Legislature becomes effective. a 1st Class'Gunner. was one of our citizens until he had be ed by bribing a guard, and after a short through a lane from the church law forbids the driving or any The most respected public man of time joined Col. Bennett H. Young in Larchmont, the home of the bride's vehicle at a speed greater than is "reas- come theall this is a source of pride'not parents, where a reception was held C0ME.IN AND SWELL THE his famous "St. Albans Raid." return- and supper was served. onable and proper." The following are thestate only of this Bar, but the entire county. After the close of the war he The parlors were decorated in iris limits placed as "reasonable and prop- and that we were especily endeared ed home and at once assumed a place er," any greater being prima facie evi to him for his unwavering loyalty THRONG. of prominence in the affairs of his na-ti- and syringa and the dining room in bluets and marsherites, the table hav- dence oi unreasonable and improper and love for the city and county of his county. He was elected MagisThe week of June 22d will be a no sections of birth, and that during all his long and a large basket in the center and speed. In closely built-u- p Chautauqua trate, and served two terms as county ing table one in Lancaster. four small baskets around filled with incorporated cities, ten miles an hour; honored public service every opwill be here during the week with such clerk of his county, and was ever a the pretty June flowers. Billows of in residence aistncts, ntteen miles an attractions as nave never ueen seen in wise counsellor, whose advice was tulle were arranged between and the hour; highways outside of the business portunity was sought and used by him to help any individual from his home Lancaster before, and every one should sought and valued upon all matters At the bride's and residence section, twenty miles an and to forward the interest af his home was beautiful. purchase season tickets, which mater- pertaining to the welfare of the com effect table were seated the bride and bride hour. On a curve, corner or crossing, community, and we do especily feel ially lessens the cost, and attend every munity. where the operator's view is obstructed, grateful for his successful, effort in In 1867 he was married to Miss Eliza' groom. Miss Foster, Mrs. Yerkes, Miss eight miles an session. These attractions are high hour is the limit. Clara Belle Walton, Miss Mary Johnclass in every particular, the very best beth Gordon Leavell, a daughter of the a unver must come to a lull stop in securing for this city a public building. obtainable and are the same as are to late John Y. Leavell, and five years ston of Nicholasville, the bridegroom's passing a frightened horse or near a whice will be, wnen erected, a monu Lyne, Mr. Patton, ment to his love and loyalty for his old be seen in the regular Chautauqua ago this loving helpmate preceded him sister. Mr. William Mr. Douglass. Mr. Rea, Mr. VanMeter. street car taking on or discharging pas home. to the grave. courses in much more pretentious towns sengers. Any city may. however, pass The guests were received by Mr. and Third:-Thin his long, successful, He is survived by three daughters, than Lancaster, and we are indeed traffic laws that the speed limits Mrs. J. B, Jennings of Tulsa Okla., Mrs. Lyne, Mrs. S, D. Macpherson of lower than the piace useful and brilliant public service, honvery fortunate to be able to secure' statute. esty, patriotism and loyalty to what he them, and they most assuredly deserve and Misses Jane and Mary Doty of Providence R. I; Miss Jane K. Lyne, or tne were gener ine best interest of his state Lancaster, and by four sons, Ed G. the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Benjam ous in iramers fines law the unstinted patronage of the people providing and equally un deemed the Doty of Pecos Tex. and Messrs Will, in Franklin Farra, Judge and Mrs. and nation characterized his acts, and of the county. selfish in finding acts which can be The Garrard county Teachers Insti- Alex and Charles Doty of this place. Mathew Walton, Prof, and Mrs. Alfred punished. Some of the law infractions that at all times he held the unwaverZembrod. Mr. Lucian Lyne, the broth ing confidence and respect of his home tute will also be in session during the Two sisters and two brothers also surand their penalties are: in all his efforts. week, and this will swell the number vive him as follows, Mrs. Elizabeth er of the bride, who is now abroad. Fine of $10 for fictitious chauffeur's county Fourth:-Thas a member of the bar df visitors considerably, as well as add Adams of Winnsboro S. C. and Mrs. was very much missed and sent a cable badge. always honorable, courteous to materially to the weeks attractions, is Sallie Dunn of Fort Worth Tex. Mr. eram of cood wishes: also the elder Fine of $15 for employer of unli' he was his opponents, but diligent and untirthe Institutes are invariably of more W. R. Doty of Winnsboro S. C. and brother, Dr. Farra Lyne of New York, censed chauffeur. who was unable to be present. his clients. As an adMr Jesse Doty of Lancaster. or less interest to the general public Fine of $10 for unlicensed chauffeur. ing on behalf of Mrs. Lyne wore white voile with Capt. Doty was a lovable character, vocate before the court or jury he had We are aware of the fact that this Fine of $15 to $50 for intoxicated op no superiors and few equals. We with is a busy time of the year for the it was left to those who best knew him white hat trimmed in cream roses, Mrs erator for motor vehicle. hi honorable life as an to most appreciate him, and the grief Mcpherson wa3 in lace over pale green farmers, but there is not one of them Fines of $10 to $100 for use of ficti pride commend attorney and councellor as fully worthy who will not feel fully repaid for tak- of his old comrades in arms at his charmeuse, and Miss Lyne was gowned tious automobile licenses. emulation. ing a day or two off and coming in for death was particularly touching, for it in white voile with touches of black t ine of $15 to $100 for person under of Fifth it further resolved that the ut.usually interesting attractions. was they who knew him best and were and black lace hat trimmed in Ameri sixteen who drives car without parent these resolutions be spread at large upBring your family, there will be some- to a man, devoted to him. He was can beauty roses. or guardian. After the wedding the bridal couple Cancellation of vehicle license for on the order booic of the Garrard Cirthing to inte: est every member, even called "Captain" more as a mark of respect than for any other reason. left for a trin and will live at Bell Jel- cuit Court and a copy be furnished the to the kiddies. owner who fails to report discharge of Gov. McCreary who was his warm lico, going to an attractive bungalow ffamily of the honored dead and a copy chauffeur because of drunkeness- friend, and who visited him during his all in readiness for their coming. be furnished the Central Record fcr Two to five years in the penitentiary one of the prettiest and publication. last illness, appointed him a Colonel on The bride is for taking machine without owner's his staff, and this was the military most charming girls of the younger set. R. H. Tomlinson, i consent. Lewis L. Walker, title by which he was justly.entitled to She is the youngest of several bright Forfeiture of chaffeur's license on ! J. E. Robinson. HITS HEAVY BLOWS. be called. and talented daughters and has been a conviction for drunkenness. Capt. Doty was given to saying what much admired belle. Fine of $10 to $50 for violation of any DEFENDS DEMOCRATIC ADMINISTRATION he thought, expressing his opinions in Mr. Johnston is the son of Mr. and AUTOMOBILE TIRES specifically enumerated. no uncertain terms, but was withal a Mrs. William McClelland Johnston of section not Flays Leaders Opposing Repeal Bill. This may be augmented by five to thirvery popular man, a gentleman of the Nicholasville and is a Kentucky Uni' old school, whose primary duty was versity man of fine business qualifica' ty days in jail. AT FACTORY PRICES The new license price follow: Senator OHie M. James made one of respect and courtesy for the gentler tions, popular and prominent. He , the most stirring speeches on last Tues horse For vehicles and twenty-fiv- e sex. one of those lovable old school holds a position with the Bell Jellico power or less, $6; between twenty-fiv- e day heard in the Senate since the Re- gentlemen of the south. SAVE FROM 30 to 60 PER CENT Coal Company. fifty, $11, and above fifty horse peal Toll Measure has been before that No truer heart ever beat within hum The marriage is the result of a ro and body. Many clashes between those an breast, no truer friend ever vowed power, $20. A motorcycle registration Tube Tire mance of several years and far and t Senators fighting the administration's allegiance to his brother man, no bet- near the young-peopl$ 7.20 $1.65 28x3 have the inter fee is $5. iplan and the big Kentucky Senator ter neighbor ever anyone had, a kindly est and good wishes of many friends. The examination for chauffeurs to 1.95 7.80 30x3 J took place during his speech, but those and indulgent father, a splendid citizen 2.80 10.80 30x3J The wedding gifts were in great establish their right to licenses are to interrupting were soon silenced by the and an upright honorable gentleman, numbers and all the happy auguries be held as follows: 2.95 11.90 32x3i keen sarcasm. and powerful logic of the Detter man wnom tne county never are theirs. Louisville, first Monday in December; 3.00 12.40' 34x3 (gifted Kentuckian. Senator James knew. His loss will be deeply deplored 3.35 13.70 32x4 The bride's cake was cut for the em Lexington, first Monday in February. being a recognized spokesman for the throughout the county and wherever 3.50 14.80 33x4 blems and Miss Mary Foster drew the Maysville, first Monday in April; Bowladministration his speech on this he was known. To the bereaved fam3.60 16.80 34x4 ring, Miss Mary Leonard Cassel the ing Green, first Monday in July; measure upon which the President has ily the Record expresses its sincere first Monday in September, and 3.90 17.85 36x4 dime, and Miss Walton the thimble. tolaced so much importance, naturally sympathy, in which it will be joined by Covington, first Monday in May". 4.85 19.75 35x41 Miss Marie Bain cut the bride's attention. Until then the Commissioner of Mo4.90 19.85 36x41 rttracted the Senator showed his op the innumerable friendd, tor Vehicles at Frankfort will have the 5.10 21.50 37x41 ' ponents as serving the interest of the right to issue licences. 5.90 24.90 37x5 standard Oil and Steel Trust and the MR. TERRILL LAYTON Non-Ski- d All other sizes in' stock. BRIGHTEN HP A LITTLE Shipping monoply caused bitter colloquy. APFOR tires 15 per cent additional, red tubes he speaker delighted the administra BETTER. ten per cent above gray. All new, tion forces in his able manner of pre- FOR CHAOTAQUA. Best clean, fresh, guaranteed tires. PETITE. It will be good news to the many aentin that side of the question. standard and independent makes. Buy repeal of the present friends of Mr. O. T. Layton to hear To improve the appetite strengthen direct from us and save money. 5 per A pail of whitewash will not cost He favored the law permitting free passage of Ameri that his condition is much better since much and will add greatly to the ap- the digestion try a few doses of Cham cent discount if payment in full acFirst the report contained in the last issue of pearance of your premises. The cut- berlain's Tablets. Mr, J. H. Seitz, of companies each order. C. O. D. on 10 can ships through the canal: S'Because it keeps intact the nations the Record. While yet in a flerions ting of the unsightly weeds is also an Detroit, Mich. f says : "They restored per cent deposit. Allowing honor. Second, Because it repeals a condition, he is 'able to be up ahd about inexpensive job, and would prove my appetite when impaired, relieved "Subsidy to call it by its right namel-- his room, and it is hoped that he will equally as attractive. See these me' of a bloated feeling and caused a SALES .CO, TIRE FACTORIES feome persons call it a "tolls exemp improve steadily from this time for things are performed before the influx pleasant, and satisfactory movement of Dayton Ohio. ward. Dept. A. of visitors during the Chautauqua. the bowels" For sale by all dealers. said the speaker. tion" a year. SCALF i, Piatt. Sffe ..h-4fe- S S:vvC tSMK HHHHHRBMSc DOTY. I EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build cement Silos 12, 14 and 16 feet in diameter, any height. We have had many experiences in this line and our work is the or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., if you need cement work of any kind. best-Writ- e PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. mniii j "iv ,1 m w'i w'iy it. i ''S?Sl y xtj I ll!l ' 'Wi -a? FIREPROOF 7 I Cannot burn never leak look well and are inexpensive. They cover the best homes, churches, schools and public buildings all over the country. For Sale by Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company. 50 North 23rd Street. PhiladelDhia. s, AUTOMOBILE LAW Lancaster Home-comin- g Qolored Fair, AUGUST W. H. HARRIS, Fres. 6, 7, 8, 1914. JERRY DOTY, Sec'y. -- nNNfliikirrMriTi In order that we may not have to shut down our Ice and Ice Cream Factory when the City Water gives out, we are building a f at I nnn UUU Gallon Reservoir at This reservoir has a water shed of 100 acres, and is fed by several everlasting springs Our patrons and friends can depend upon us to supply them with Ice and Ice Cream through out the Summer, regardless of weather conditions or the City Water Supply. Yours Respectfully, SENATOR JAMES Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co - wiwwwwwjft mmwmmmw m Everybody should have Lightning Rods on j e their homes, barns etc. I 1 I have the agency for the h, Joseph Barnel System Of Lightning Rods ED of River Side Iowa. and am now in position to complete a job on your home at a very small cost. Get my pricesberore having any work of this kind done. 50-Exchange. , r ' No ta Bryantsville .;. il--t . " tht f3-- . HARRISON DEAN, A. rSS0 BrsrM O., &,- - 'Jin fflpiMlG. r. . r Phone I - A. - 4 JLJ. - . ? t The Central Record, Thursday. Jyne 11,1914. Page5 PAINT MCI. RI.D1NQ OLIVER I Gossip About jrreopie A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those wt Are Interested in. CULTIVATO iU Mr. N. B. Ray of Owensboro is the guest of Mrs. W. T. West. J. E. Mount, Son & Co. 31 IE X 3C DC Bourne is visiting friends and relatives in Danville. Mr. Millard Herring has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bourne. e Mrs. R. E. McRoberts was in for a short visit to Mrs. Vaught. Miss Catherine Rich-mon- n HERE'S AN INTERESTING CASE. fl Mr. and Mrs S. G. Haselden and sons were visitors in Nicholasville Sunday. Mrs. Ed Smith of Richmond was the recent guest of her sister Miss Emma Doty. Miss Mamie Bastin is at home from a lengthy stay at the Cincinnati Art School. Miss LouisQ Full of the newest de signs in Spring and Sum mer Dress Goods, and just received from our wholesaler. Pretty things to interest the ladies, dainty fabrics that are sure to be soon worn by our wisest Plenty of pat terns to choose from.but all the materials-o- f the latest designs and best qualities. Come and look at (hem and they will coax you to buy, as they are earnest cas-tome- rs. Terry of Richmond was the guest last week of Mrs. George Smith Jr. Mrs. R. J. Ray of Nicholasville is here for a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bourne. Mrs. Jack Adams is in Jenkins for a visit of several weeks with her daughter. Mrs. 0. U. Terrill. Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts returned Wednesday from a visit to Mrs. Dr. Vaught of Richmond. . S. 1L II BROWN. II THE CASH STORE. Dr. G. A. Joplin of Louisville preach-e- e the union services Sunday evening at the school auditoriun. 1L 1Z John Burnside of San Angelo. Texas is here fo- - a stay with his parents Mr. ane Airs. J. G. Burnside. Dr. W. S. Elkin Jr. of Atlanta, arrived Monday for a short stay with his from indulgence in our lemon soda or Everjbody father, Capt. T. A. Elkin. other bottled beverages. Attractive daughters of Mr. and can drink as much as thev like without Mrs. Mark Bogie of Marksbury are danger or discomfort. Our drinks are visiting in Richmond and Berea. as wholesome as thev are pleasant and Miss Rella Arnold was in Buckeye you know how much that means when for a visit of several days with you have tested them. once Mesdames R. Burton and J. S. Gilbert. NO ONE IS BARRED. Lancaster tling CO. r I Bot- Mrs. Robert Armstrong of Frank- Phone fort was called here by the death of the late Mr. Alex 202. her brother-in-laDoty. Misses Ida and Cora Hurt left Sunday for a two weeks visit to ftiends and relatives in Winchester and Lexington. Mrs. John Shackelford and little son, H. Clay Shackelford left Tuesday to join Mr. Shackelford in the city of Chicago. THEE Ten Dollars. ll. I a Mlwl ill SEASON IS ON We have them in prices from One to ' vTTMr: Mrs. W. K. Warner and little son of Stanford were guests Sunday of Mrs. Warner's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne. Miss Pansy Love left Tuesday for her Miss Lucile Wilkerson, of Liberty, is the attractive guest' of her cousin," Miss heme in Rockfort Ind. Willie Wilkerson, on Water street; Mrs. Mary Baker of Wilmore is visMrs. J. C. Robinson left last week to iting Lancaster friends. visit her sisters Mesdames Win Jones Miss Kathleen Hanley has returned of Winchester and Charles Richardson to her home in Nicholasville. of Lexington. Mr. Maupin of Richmond, was in Mrs. W. S. Elkin of Atlanta and town Wednesday on business. Miss Jennie Duncan have been in Miss Katie Barnes Dickerson is visiStanford visiting their sister, Mrs. ting friends and relatives in NicholasCharlotte Warren. ville. Ed. G. Doty of Pecos Tex. arrived Loyd Moore of McKee is here for a arriving about last Saturday morning, twelve hours before the death of his visit to his uncle Mr. Henry Moore and family. father. Capt. J. A. Doty. Mis3 Ida Potts of Cincinnati is enjoyMr. Hewlett, the efficient book ing a visit with her siste: Mrs. Davis keeper for Haselden Bros, has returned from Montgomery Ala. where he was Prather. Miss Janie Hardin, of Dacatur, 111., called as witness in a lav suit. is here visiting her sister, Mrs. Alex Miss Edna Gulley of Mineral Wells. Walker, Texas who has been in Louisville visitDr. Wm Elkin of Atlanta was with ing her aunt, Miss Allie Brown, spent Sunday with her cousin, Miss Bessie Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McRoberts for a few davs visit. Gulley. Messr's J. F. Holtzclaw and R. S. Senator and Mrs. R. L. Hubble, and Brown were in Louisville this week daughter Miss Mattie Lee, and Mrs. for the State Progressive Meeting. Belle Perkins, motored to Lancaster Mrs. E. S. Frey has returned to her Sunday and were guests ot Mrs. home in Louisville after a pleasant Cleveland Rose. stay with her friend Miss Minnie Brown. Mrs. Annie Thome Purdy cf Millers-burWill Doty and sister Miss Lucy better known in Lancaster as Mrs. Annie Thome Doty, accompanied Walker Doty of Richmond have been by her son Master James Doty, has recents guests of their father Mr. Jesse been in Lancaster the past week, called Doty. here by the illness and death of Capt. Mrs. Raymond Hendren and children J. A. Doty. of Kirksville Wire with Mrs. Hendren's parents. Mr and Mrs. R. S. Brcwn Miss Willie Wilkerson entertained at Tuesday, her home Tuesday evening in honor of her guest. Miss- - Lucile Wilkinson, of Misses Mary Arnold and Elizabeth Liberty. Miss Willie is one of our most Anderson, who are conducting a millinpopular young ladies and that the ery .store in Corbin, are at home for guests were delightfully entertained, several weeks visit. goes without saying. Miss Maude Smith, who resides in Miss Charlotte Pollitt and Mr. Bruce Corbin, but who has been attending Pollitt, of Lancaster, arrived in the city Business College in Lexington, came Wednesday evening to visit their cousin, Wednesday morning for a visit to GarMiss Edith Pollitt, long distance oper-to- r rard friends. at the exchange at the exchange Mrs A W, Kavanaugh was hostess on of the Cumberland Telephone Company. Wednesday for course dinner to eight Middlesboro News. of her friends. It was to celebrate the home coming of her daughters. Misses Mr. W. 0. Goodloe celebrated his birthday, whether his 18th or 48th we Edna and Martha Kavanaugh. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Denny of Lexingwere unable to learn, on the 4th inst with a splendid dinner at his home on ton is visiting relatives in the Paint Danville ave. having for his guests on Lick section and will be in Lancaster the occasion Messrs J. W. Elmore and next week for a visit to Mrs. Givens J. R. Haselden. Both of these gentle- Terrill and other relatives. men were too timid to count the Mr, R. L. Elkin, Business Manager candles which graced the cake, hence of the Record, lest Tuesday to attend our inability to give the correct age. the annual meeting of the Kentucky The following announcement has Press Associatien. which is in session just been received and will be of in- this week at Dawson Springs. terest to the friends of the young The many friends of Mr. J. O. Reid, groom, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. will regret to learn that he has been George Harden, formerly of this place. very ill at his home on Richmond street "Mr. and Mrs. George W. Nippert but will be gratified to know that he announce the marriage of their daugh- shows some improvement at this time ter, Ruth Ray, to Mr. Herbert Furneaux Misses Allie and Stella Hendren en Harden, on Thursday, June the fourth, tertained the B. Y. P. U., on Monday one thousand nine hundred and foureveningat their home. About 60 were teen. present and a most enjoyable evening Arlington Heights, Ohio." Inviting refreshments spent. were served. g, j Mr. Roy White of Richmond spent YODU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. 1 Tuesday here, Mrs. Will Parks is in the Richmond Hospital far treatment. Mr. Garnet Kemper, of Lexington, was here Tuesday on business. Mr. Roy Estridge spent the past week in Louisville and St. Louis. If you want coal ft cost get it at. Walker & Rose. Miss Elizebeth Eldridge came home Friday from State College for the vacation. Miss Fannie Farris, of East Berns-tad- t. is the guest of her cousins, the Misses Estridge. Miss Hallie Scovel of the Richmond Normal spent the week-en- d with Mi3s Stella McWhorter. Mr. and Mrs. John White of Madison were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rice Woods on Friday. Misses Bernice and Hazel Champ, of Lancaster, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hammack. Mrs. E. M. Denny, of Lexington is the guest of her brother, Mrs. J. Wade Walker and other relatives. Miss Stella McWhorter of Richmond spent the week-en- d with her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McWhorter. Misses Chastine Rucker and Ethel Estridge spent Saturday in Berea, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Estridge. Mrs. Lizzie Frank and Miss Russell Ramsey of Danville came Saturday to be the guest3 of Mr. and Mrs. Burdctt Ramsey. Mrs. Laban Kitk and little daughter, and Master Andrew Kirk, of Paintsville came Thursday to be the guest of Mr. E. C. McWhorter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter McWhorter of Lexington and Mr. and Mrs. William McWhorter of Paris were the guests of Mr. ar.d Mrs. E. C. McWhortfr on Sunday. Dr. LucK.n Treadwavhad as his guests the past week his mother Mrs. Mary Treadway of Heidlcburg, and his sisters, Mesdames Brandenburg of Beattyville and Richmond. Among the number who attended the Commencement exercises at Keren on last Wednesday were Missts Eliza and Chastine Rucker, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsden and Miss Geneva, Mrs. George Todd, Mr. George Treadway, Misses Ethel, Emma and Ora Estridge, Mr. and Mrs Henry Wallace and son Jewel, Mrs. Oscar Hammack, Mrs. Huston Jones and Miss Docia Metcalf. - Plants: Plants: Plants. We have them. season. All varieties of the W. B. Ball. NOTICE. ' A note for $300.00 was executed by the undersigned to Griffith Mfg. Co., with Lee Brown as surety. I want to notify the public not to purchase this note as I shall resist its payment. R. B. Brown. NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estate or J. G. Clark, deceased, will present same properly proven, to the undersigned administratrix, or her attorney II. Clay KaufTman, for pa merit at once. Those indebted to the estate will please see me or my attorney ar.' settle at once. Mary S. Clark. Administratrix f J. G, dark. NOTICE. All persons having claims ags,nst the estate of Willis Mjers deciasttf, will present same property proien, lo the undersigned executor or my attorney, II. Clay Kauifman for payment at once. Tho&e im'ebtt-to said tate will call upon me or my attorney ar.d settle same at once. J. C. Williams. Executor of the will of Willis MjersBrvantsville Kv J OLD DRIPPING SPRINGS. Kentucky's Famous Summer Resort i3 now open for Season l'Jl-l- , under new management, newly furnished and thoroughly repaired. We can give you first clasi fare and good accemod k. A first Rates ?8. per class Livery and feed Stable in. connection. Rates reasonable. John D. Wilson, Prop. w-e- TO HAHMOTfl CAVE. NOTICE. Thursday, June 18th. A personpi'y conducted three days outing. Kourd trip railroad fare from Lancaster !5.ii5. Rooms restrved at Cave Hotel including board and trips in the Cave for ?6J5 making the total cost $12.50. Special coach on regular train 5:00 a. n. Write or phone L. & N. Agent. i I have made arrangements with J. Manage- -' W. Zaring Grain Milling Co of Rich- Statement Of Tbe 'Ownership, mond to buy wheat tor them at this ment,.CircuIotion, Etc., Required place and will pav the best market 1 "' Call for price before selling. price. The Act Of Angus! 24', W. F. Parks, Paint Lick.' $j ' 1912. CARD; After having been McRoberts Drug Store. J. J. WALKEK, Vice r. favorite Recipes 2 K Ky. r i I) i , B. F. HUDSON, W. 0. P.IGNEY, President Asa't Cash'r. Prest. Joe J. Walker, Jr., BY MRS. B. F. HUDSON, of Wi Kwa Women, Lancaster, 3K5J5SCS3SE Of The Central Record pubHsht.il in bad health for Weekly at Lancaster. Ky., for Apm Mesdames W. A. Price and Emma so long I have decided to go to the 1014. K Higginbotham gave an all day picnic to hospital for a few weeks, leaving my Editor, ' J. E." Robinson. the juvenile set in the "Young People's Millinery establishment in care of my Managing Editor, R. L. Llkin. Hoping my 'J Mission Band" on Wednesday. A mo-- t daughter and mother. R. L. Elkin. will continue Business Manager, tempting luncheon was served in the friends and coustomers Publisher. The Central Record, Inccr their support during my absence. w spacious Lancaster fair ground. I hope to meet them again this fall porated. as Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. S25S5EEEEBE55ESEEE5EESS3SEBi SCALDED BREAD. 1 1 1 1 n ORGANIZED 1S83. i We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. I pint scalded meal pint cf butter milk in it teaspoon of soda egg, 1 Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. 9 tablespoon lard. 9 This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. Bake slowly in a greased pan, that is hot before putting i n y" CLEARANCE SAfeE. We Write Anv Kind of From June 10th to July 1st will sell I 8 P H NSURANC Office at National Bank. HATS AT COST. All Shapes, Colors and Kinds from 50cts up. Everything Gash during the Sale. J. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Ky. Miss Rella Arnold. Owners: (If a corporation, gives its with a large stock and feeling better names and the nams and addresses of prepared to do good to all. stockholders holding 1 per cent or more Mrs. W. F. Parks. Fridav and Saturday June 19th and of total amount of stock. If not a cor Paint Lick, Ky. 20th will be the last examinations forV. poration. gives names and addresses cf school certificates, and all those expectindividual owners.) ing to teach during the coming school FOR SALE. The Central Record. term, and who have notsyet stood the I.ancaster, Ky. In order to settle up estate, will sell J. E. RoLinson, examination and received their certifiFrancis C. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. land note?, well secured cates, should not fail to take advantage 51000. worth of R. L. Elkin. Lancaster, Ky. on Garrard county property. Apply at of this last opportunity. Known bondholders, mortgagee:?, ard 1 mo. this office. other security holders, holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, "THE MAPLES" WITHDRAWN. NOTICE. (If mortgages, or other securities: The splendid farm of Cap't T. A. there are none, so state.)' .' All persons having claims against Elkin. "The Maples", which was adNone. vertised to be sold on last Tuesday, the late Cary Mullins will present same Average number of copies of each to me properly proven at my office in was not sold, Capt. Elkin at the earissue of this publication sold or disnest solicitation of his friends, with- Lancaster Ky. tributed, through the mails or otherWm. rl. Johnson, drawing it from the market, at least wise, to paid snbscribers during the ll-3- t. Admr. of Cary Mullins. temporarily. This is a splendid farm, six month3 preceding the date shown well situated and an ideal home. above. (This information is required Corrected. No, Clarissa, bolts are not used lo from daily newspapers only.. Alarming Possibility. RJ L. Elkin, together. Washington Help! A Frenchman believes that rivet caucuses Sworn to and subscribed before me Post. fogs may be prevented by putting this second day of June, 1911. Gecrge oil upon the water to prevent rapid n (My Smith Jr.; Notary Public. evaporation. When the seven seas are Would Revise Old Adage. expires February 10. 191S. nicely coated with crude petroleum " 'Savo the pennies' may be good adseven times a week what will gasoline vice," says the Alfalfa Sage, "but I still for automobiles cost by the gallon? contend that it is better to save the Louisville Courier-Journadollars." ' LAST EXAMINATION. en-missio- l. Phone 27. Mtwrigg3fc:twfcfcia;irTTilAW,HCTH tx&&&&iiis&fktf!: firiX0ttoti!SzPi&tii,& To The People Who I Anticipate Building Tobacco Barns We have made arrangements with our mills for these special bills and can OYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Absolutely has no substitute Many mixtures are offered as give prompt service. ' We are making the special price of We are" also $1.80 per hundred F. 0. B. cars Lancaster. making a specialty on painted and galvanized roofing. k ? --, Don't fail to see us when in need of lumber or roofing. composition or effectiveness, or so wholesome and economical, nor will make such fine food. substitutes for Royal. No other baking powder is the same in Lancaster Lumber & MYg'Co. i Royal Baking Powder is made from pure, Grape Cream of Tartar. No alum,. lime or acid phosphates. ' . Man Outflles the Birds. Compared with an aeroplane ascent HELPFUL WORDS of 15,000' feet, the common birds are mere groundlings, for generally they From A Lancaster Citizen. fly at no greater height than 300 feet. migrating, however, they mount When Is your back lame and painful? higher, though even then the wild Does it ache" especially after wr-tion-? goose (the loftiest of them) seldom reaches 2,000 feet The highest flier Is there a soreness in the kidney in the world is the great condor, which region? Ave miles. sometimes rises These symptoms suggest weak kid neys. Use Gentlest Voice. If so there is danger in delay. I would say to all: Use your genWeak kidneys get fast weaker. voice at home. Watch it by day tlest Give your trouble prompt attention. as a pearl of great Jirice, for it will Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak be worth moreto you in days to come than the best pearl hid in the sea. A kindeys. Your neighbors use and recommend kind voice Is joy, like a lark's song, to a hearth at home. It is a light that them. sings as well as shines. Train it to Read this Lancaster testimony. , sweet tones now, and it will keep in George Wright, Hotel Kengarlan, tune through life. Elihu Burritt. Lancaster Kv. savs: "I suffered a a great deal from my kidneys and back. Pains through my loins extended to the National Costumes Passing. It is only among the very old In sides and over my kidneys. I used Wales and Ireland that the old cos- Doan's Kidnev Pills and my kidneys Of Imperishable became normal and the pains stopped. tumes are worn. memory is the red Connemara col- I willingly confirm all that I said some leen cloak, and the native Welsh dress years ago praising Doan's Kidney Pilis. Is not less dear to the lovers of the dp. all that is claimed for them." picturesque, with Its high pointed hat They Price 60c, at allYIealers. Don't simworn above a frilled lawn cap, 'the worsted shawl, the short petticoat, the ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doans white apron, the trim shoes. Only the Kidney Pills the sarnathat Mr. Wright Foster-Milbur- n Co., Props., extremely old women In Wales still had. wear the quaint "stoveplpeB."- Buffalo, N. Y, When In Danville. Visit The LADY ELIZABETH : EFRESHJ1W SHO- PAT DAVIS' Drug Store. Next Door to "Court House. ,i I K Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday June j 11, 1914 Where You Want it City convenience brought right to your country home. Think what it would mean to have an abundance of water under pressure the year round, ready just where needed at the turn of a faucet. I Copper King, 4582. This handsome and loyally brod saddle stallion will make the season at tny place; one mile north of Bryantsville, on Lexington pike at John Morgan, Jr., 3705. at $8.00, for Horse Mule, $10.00 Mare Mule and $10.00 for Jennet. 4xSSS45$xSS4 HAVE YOUR SWATTER READY! up, keep WATER I When You Want It . John Morgan, Jr., was sired by John Morgan, he by Marmaduke and out Copper King is a chestnut sorrel, with star and three white feet and was foaled by Lord Highland 2799. Dam Dwight Cora, 1458, by Forrest of an imported Jennet. in Ii10. He is Will also stand two more good Jacks. One 5 years old and one 6 years old at Denmark, 103, he by Mambrino Forrest, he by Ned Forrest Jr. Lord Denmark, Lord Highland by Black Squirrel, by Black Eagle 74. by Highland Denmark, $800 FOR HORSE MULE AND $10.00 FOR MARE MULE. dam, Mrs. Culvers 3711, by Harrison Chief. 1G0C. by Clark Chief. Copper King These Jacks are both by John Morgan, Jr. 3705. 1st dam Kentucky Best, besides being royally bred, is a find individual, perfect in conformation, style registered No. 2654. and action. At the same time and place I will stand :ny i"odel 5 year old jack. $15.00 To Insure A Living Colt. j CLEANthat your neighbors clean and i do likewise and you will have few, if any, flies to contend with. Of course have your COMBINED STALLION. will make the season of 1914 swatter ready for the first ar- - x rivals. Swat the early flies and save yourself much swatting 5 later. If at first you don't sue- ceed, swat, swat againl Fairbanks-Mors- e BLACK JIM. At Squirrel Peavine at my barn at He's The fly has no day of A LIVING busy all the time, and his mission in good Black Jim H 15i hands high, with good bone, bead and ears and a He is 5 years old. 16 hands high, black and is sired by Ky. Peavine, 2889, he by life Is to spread disease germs. One breeder. I consider him the best jack in county. This jack is subject to reg- Rex Peavine 1796, he by Rex McDonald 833. His dam Black Dave by Stone- comes In the window and stops for a ister and his pedigree can be furnished at the barn, wall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark and he by Imp. Hedgeford. He holds moment on the sugar bowl, cream A Men wilt be retained on all colts until the season is paid. Care will be a high head and tail, has good action and as much style as old Peavine and has pitcher or the baby's nursing bottle. Do you know where his sticky feet taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. proven himself to be a good breeder. It over and you A lien will be retained on all colts to secure the payment of season. Will last rested? Think your mind to bewill soon make up every means to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. use come an active worker In the anti-flThe weather is getting crusade. warmer; flies are breeding faster; trouble is ahead if you don't Bryantsville, Ky. Bryantsville Phone 53-338-G- . $J 0.00 to Insure A Living Colt. $10.00 TO INSURE COLT. Fly Swat the rest Pneumatic Water Systems give service equal to and in many respects superior to city service. A water system is die greatest comfort in the rural home. Lighten the work for your wife and family by install ing a plant. We build outfits for any size D farm or suburban home and assist working out all details of you in HWfoom installation. Write today for copy of Catalog No. GM no R AH. K. MOSS. y Phone T. O .HILL., em s Buckeye, Ky. Mr Breeder have you heard the news SAY W - Swat the Fly Flies Kill More Than Wars. the fly, with total number' of deaths from each in the city of New York for five years, are as follows: rteilSI Outfits furnished for operation by engine, windmill, electric motor or by hand. DON VERRICK JACK the season of 1914, at ray barn 3 miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike at Will make Xrs 'SJf'LV'W M DISEASES that have been BLACK JOE, ALDRIDGE v. L Bros. Haselden Ky. Lancaster, s the daddy of two fine children, a boy and a girl. They were both over 42 ttiehosJiigh when foaled and ?100.00 will not buy cither one of them. $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Tphoid Don't forget the pretty spotted pony and think of the price, only $3.00 each to insure. 11 ALDRIDGE HYATTSVILLE, KY. Don Verrick, by Onward Silver 2:051 (who sold for $25,000) by Onward, he by George Wilks, 1st dam by Wilks Boy 2:24$, 2nd dam Mary, by Boggs Grey Eagle, dam of the Wag 2:15$ and Madlem Patten, dam of Robber 2:10; Billy Wilton 2:20, Winchester 2:19J. Miss R. 2:30. Don Verrick is bred exactly like Spanish Queen 2:06$, and sold for a handsome price. I will also at the same time and place stand my big 15$ hand Jack at Tuberculosis (all kinds) Cholera Infantum Cerebro-splnmeningitis Diphtheria al feer C6 10.292 C.C9S 404 1,83 1,403 3 5 Bronchitis Smallpox JX$J$-J$?SJ.yjJ4 Duke of Denmark, Jr. i This richly bred Saddle Stallion will make the season of 1914 at ray stable, on the Buckeye pike, about 2 miles from Lancaster, Ky. CLEAN THE GARBAGE at the low price of CANS. $8.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. PEDIGREE-Du- ke of Denmark, Jr., by Duke of Garrard, he by the old Duke of Denmark. First dam of Duke of Garrard, the House mare, she sired by old Black Squirrel. First dam of Duke of Denmark, Jr. Anne Bell by Wallace Denmark, and out of Lady Morgan, by old Stonewall Jackson. The Duke is a beautiful rich red bay stallion, 10 years old and has proven to be a sure foal producer and a fine breeder of combined horses. See him you breed. Lein retained on all colts for season money. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Winner on the Track and In the Show Ring Against the Best in the Land. the6howiiug. It gives Melrose Farm great pleasure to again offer the serhorses. Thistle Doune, winning race record 2:09 4 vices Of the on the grand circuit and winner of the champion roadster stallion class at considered by many 'the Kentucky State Fair, 1913, and Chimewood. 2:19 !he handsomest trotting ctallion in the world, winner of the trotting bred .stallion class at the Kentucky Fair, 1913. well-know- $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. A lien will be retained on all colts to secure the payment of season. Will use every means to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. The only real proof of the individuality and soundness of the stallion is n LOGAN HUBBLE. Unprecedented Record For a Young Sire Season 1914 4 Baldy McGregor 2:06 3-- who recently sold for $40,000.00 in Europe and iLftSsie McGregor, who recently sold for $10,000.00 in this country, are a who is himself the sire of Zuli-k- a brother and sister of Thistle Doune 2;09 ;26 and who has a large number "2:29 4 and Madore Doune (2), of colls in training in the hands of Kentucky's famous reinsman, Ben Kennedy, find it is confidently expected that a number will race to fast records 4. 4, 3-- 4, ARBAGE cans should receive your attention now. See that the nest cleaning is thorough, that all matter Is removed from the corners and that none is permitted to remain on the ground. A good flushing of the can with a carbolic acid solution three tablespoonfuls of 95 per cent carbolic acid to each quart of water, permitting the excess to remain in the ca- nwill not only destroy any remaining fly life, in egg or maggot form, but will also serve to act as a fly repellent until the next cleaning, which should be within a few days. Smaller garbage cans In use at your back door should receive dally attention with carbolic acid solution. fJ be-fo- rd Clarence Beazley SEASON 1914. tTZrV&i&X. Vi.V" . -- at Bellevue Stock Farm, I offer for public service Shisyear. Chimewood lias the destinction of being more Bought after by Govern-wt Commission than any stallion in America, and they offered the largest price. $3,0)0.01 cash, they offered for any stallion, which was refused. TERMS are Thistle Dounte, $35.00 to insnre; Chimewood, $25.00 to injure Mares kept on grass at owner's risk. your windows! If you SCREEN' get wire screening use Foaled 1905 mosquito bar. Screen your doors! Keep out the fly as you would keep out To Insure A LivingJFoal. At the devil, for he is a devil. KENTUCKY'S CHOICE 3765, Sire My Own Kentucky, byiChester Dare 10. Swat those flies that are not elimiFor further infoimalion and extended breeding and descriptive cata 1st dam, Little Kata 5821, by Prince of Denmark 425. nated by the starvation process. Keep logue, address, t 2nd dam, by Jupiter son of Commodore. a fly swatter for every room in the Local and long distanec 3rd dam, by Stump, the Dealer 92. house. Cease your game to kill the DANVILLE, KY. G. phone 128. 1910 show record, 35 first including 8 championships. 1911 show record, 41 fly. Stop conversation with jour comfirst including 15 championships and 2 grand championships. 1912 only made 20 pany and chase that fly. Swat! Never shows, winning 16 firsts, including 3 champions, 3 seconds and 1 fourth. 1913 mind knocking over the vase or upsetshown 10 times, winning 10 firsts. Has won first for the past three years at ting the lamp. Swat! This is no time for mercy or gentleLexington in breeding and herd classes. He won first in 1912 and 1913"at Kenness. The land is Invaded. Our enetucky State Fair in the class for best stallion in service, defeating in 1913 his mies are upon us. The black typhoid full brother, Kentucky's Best. Kentucky's Choice has headed the winning herd fever brigade advances. Record 229 tf. Trial 2:14 54. at the Kentucky State Fair for the past two years. He is today America's Kill, entrap, burn, starve. Spare not Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 A. greatest Saddle Stallion, not as a matter of opinion but as a demonstrated fact. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 152 hands, foaled 190C. Sire of Imperator et Rex. which sold at 15 months for $1500, again before two Standard Registered Vol. 18. years old for $3900, the highest price ever paid for a Saddle-bre- d colt of the YOU CAN KILL MILLIONS same age. Sire of Richard de Lion, won more prizes than any yearling out Alcjoli" C3J, 2:27 TODAY. Sire of O, dams of CS f Dark Night 2S.08 last season. A 1914 foal, dam Edna Mae, has just been sold for $1500 to Mat Pire of iA inc Bearch- - Noonda) I tela I (Kil.-n- l B StKlmosrs. S. Cohen and James Gay. This colt to be delivered in October. llrook 1S7G9 :iu iirigiiiiicni Great ISrood Mare. giving the fly a swat before he MA. Dark Wilts 2:09 liccorn z:n.y. . At the Danville Fair. Kentucky's Choice and his get won the class for the cm. (HurrvCI fcireof Ilillt lluik f(U'A. i:iyt. itO is a fly millions of the insects will I l.damg of 60. MmwrtinyHa);. TlJemiy Sire of best horse and five of his colts, Kentucky's Choice colts won every first prize be in the might have been class. I Norivoo1 Bell isrook v:o, i.ninift Great lirood mare Uy Norwood 522. given for Saddle-bre- d Prook Srtrijf. ZHrriuc sucklings at both the Danville and Stanford Fairs, includEvery one should remove all dirt, I.a1y r.clll.rook ing stakes at both places and were high up in the ribbons at the Blue Grass and waste paper, manure, old straw and ( Baron Wilkes 47M. 2:18. M0,ctc Moko 21157 Sire of 12 In?:l0, etc. State Fairs, the only other places where shown. Mares pastured at $3.00 per similar refuse, sprinkle garbage cans s. Bn of Itrenda lorkeluueeu htliel Ky Stralhroorc 408. : . 2 tiyt. I'truo month, grain fed at $2.50 perweek. Ship mares to me at Danville over the and vaults with chloride of lime or Dam of Bumpi .':C3'. Native llclle 2.U0H. ZDmii or lJl WaUt !) Southern and C. & O., to Parksville over the L. & N. All mares will receive kerosene and do anything else that Silver fillk () 2.0SU. tzii'A Bltuclier 2dK. (31 2:07' Susie Monrico out of ft liair ti. my personal attention and all care taken to prevent accidents but not responsi- will help to pull the fly's teeth before Si tier to fiilcnt Rrook Wilkes f,uiood tS000.2.aif, ti. W:w4, etc. be begtas his active propagation. Stic ol Carl Wilkes 2 44 ble should any occur. For further particulars, address Bolty Clay ei Kentucky's $75.00 Choice 3765. TREAT HOUSE FLY LIKE DEVIL. yi3"tf.f ?j "'-- iSv . m.i.""t -.- ?$ i. r??'T'i-wja.'Si- ' - r V v V f J. CECIL. BLEUCHER 46158. Ipai.-WVi- BY CHIEF NAPOLEON, No. 5107. rlo a Brook2:0CV4. Half Sister to Silent Jenny Clay. By Harr Clay 4. KeddieCIa) Dam of Silent Brook and 1.111 Clay 2:16V$.UeddieClay4 dam of l'rue2aij. 2:25Vi.ctc. JOE McDOWELL, Agt., DanvUle, Ky. Kill Flies Before This royal bred Jack will make the season at my place at 10.00 for horse mule, $12.50 for mare mule, 20.00 for jennet colt, 40.00 for Jack colt. Chief Napoleon is by Hill Napoleon, 3rd, No. 3706, 1st. Dam. Ky's Best, 2654, by John Morgan, Sr, 1954. 2nd. Dam Joe Blackburn 1454, by Daisy, 1215. Hill Napoleon 3rd. by Baughman Napoleon, 2nd. he by Napoleon 1796, he by old Napoleon, 1436. Hill Napoleon dam Missouri Queen, by Senator Beck 2449, by Daniel Boone 1456. I consider this the best young Jack I ever owned. He has served only two jennets and both are with foal. He is 15 hand3 high.black with vhite points. I will also stand another fine Jack We have for sale some nice two years old and yearlings in bith Stallions JSilcnt Brook 197C9. 2:1CJ, sire of Billy Burk 2:03, Meadow Brook 2:06J, Lady and Fillies, sired by Kentucky's Choice, out of dams by such sires as Chester Emma Brook 2:09. Shaw bay 2:07. Zarrine 2:07J. Betty Brook Dare 10, Rex Peavine, Highland Denmark. Chester Chief and Dignity JDare. Bellbrook 2:10. Butter Brook 2:101. Silent Brigade (2) 2:10J, Margaret Bathgate Chatty Direct (4) 2:07J, etc His dam, Jenny A few select brood mare in foal to Kentucky Choice. (4) 2;111. etc Sired dam of Clay, also produced Reddie Clay 2:251, and was grandam of Prue 2:21J. Moko 24457, hire of Fereno 2:05 (winner Kentucky Futurity), Brenda Yorke (3) 2:08 (Futurity winner,) (5) 2;04J, Native Belle (2) 2:07i (Futurity filly) Manrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity winwinner.) (3) 2:06J (champion ner). Silver Silk (4) 2;08i, Susie N. (3) 2:091 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10 ilobel 2:101, Mochestcr 2:101, Momaster 2:11. Siliko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion), Vito (4) 2:09$, Martha Tipton (4) 2:091. O'Neil (3) 2:13, etc. Brother to Bumps 2:031, Baron D. 2:10, etc trial mile 2:142. half in 1:06, last quarter in Bleucher 46158, record 32 pecopds,is a handsome seat brown horse; and will weigh 1100 pounds. He greatly resetables his good, pire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the great Futurity aire Aloko. A grand combination of two of the best race horse families of the present day. Hq being a real race horse himself, having had very Dam Lucy Wells 9ltje training and roost of Ahat by an amateur. It certainly looks like this Sire Rex Peavine horse is of Grand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win his share of the mqnejr sure. Champion Sire of the World. Go to the records, itEUCHER.i's a perfect type of a road horse, good gaited with perfect Stal-Sio- n (Banners, w?arspo boots or weights. He has an undefeated record in the Road CI 9ft, and is conceded by good judges to be the best road don't take any body's word. horse out this vicar. f This is a' good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to breed into the best families of the trotting blood. IrOok this horse's breeding over and e how many they have in the list both sire and dam. This-gretrotting Stallion will make the season of 1914 at my stable in ' Lancaster, Kentucky, at They Swarm Over The Premises. THE straight road to safety lies la out all the rubbish and He is 15J hands high, black with white point3 and a fine individual, He wa3 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. SEASOIN 1914 1914 ALL PEAVINE 1796, 4092 6404 wor Fee $40 to Insure feiving Colt --- at $20.00 To Insure A Living I am prepared service? fee. Colt. - AND A GOOD ONE ... 0re to take care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. Lien Money due when mare is traded or parted with. colts for re8ponsibleshduWiny occur. prevent accidents but-ap- t taken to . '.TELEPHONE No. 95. W. B. BURTON, " R. McKINNET, 5. SCUDDER, KENTUCKY.1 LANCASTER, KY. to be carted away by the proper authorities. It is of small use to "swat" flies after they have' got possession. Prevention is better than cure. To avoid both mosquitoes and flies drain off any stagnant water about the place. Fill up the ground dents where mud can collect in rainy weather. Remove all old pans and pails, boxes and baskets from the back sheds or yard. Do not allow the remnants of meals, peelings or vegetable offal to remain anywhere near the door. It is necessary not only to clean up the cellars, but to see that the refuse turned out is carted away to the dump heap, to be burned or otherwise destroyed at once, and to shift every vestige of such heap that Is within calling distance of home. Let every citizen tackle his share of this cleaning process and reflect that In doing this work he is really consulting as well his own health and that of his family as the comfort of his neighbors. There may be and are aesthetic reasons for desiring a sightly city and streets free from Utter, and civic pride catering for a "city beautiful" Is a nost laudable aim. But In urging this domestic cleanup the authorities simply get down to the logic of bard facts, and for this reason their appeal should receive the of all the residents interested' In the health of th municipality. putting it in covered receptacles, Dorsey Gold Dust, Jr. Kentucky's finest Saddle Stallion will make the season at my stable, one mile East of McCreary and six miles East of Lancaster at the very low price of $10. to Insure a Living Colt He is a rich chestnut in color, about 16 hands high and weighs about 1,200 pounds, with fine mane and tail and plenty of bone and substance, with lots of natural style. He has racked tplirters in forty seconds and stepped just as fast in harness, both in trot and pace. He is bred in the Ipurple, being by the great Dorsey Gold Dust, 12052. He is a full brother to Estelle, by Zicalda Gold Dust, 4400, he by Gold Dust 150, he by Vermont Morgan, he by Justin Morgan, he by old Comet Morgan. 1st dam Peavine 85, by Young Diamond, he by Diamond Denmark, he by Washington Denmark. He has proven himself a champion breeder and has shown some of the best colts in Central Kentucky, rangingin price from $125.00 to $150.00 as weanlings. His books are filling fast. Visitors are welcome at all times. I retain a lien on all colts'until season money is paid. Mares transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance and must be paid at once. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Phone 364-- Walker Bradshaw, Mccreary, Jacks - Jennets for sale at allKentucky. times. and Horses, f & "" ? li&li - -- da&Xi lea , ( The Central Record, Thursday June H H H II, 1914. H H bbI mmmmmmmWk BbBBbBBbBb1 BBmBBmBBmBl Page 7 1 BHHi iiiiiWm K HH H H BBb'bbBbBbW BBBBBBBBBaBBaB7 LWmWLWW LWLWLWW mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmW k. LmLmLmLmW LWLWLWLW K HV B& flBBflBBBHI BbBBbBBbBb1 V H 1 SH bB BBffBBBBBBflr BBbBBbBBbB H bbI BBBflBBflBBfll BbBBbBBbBb1 BBmBBmBBmBl H A kWWW " LW LWw S "am'flm'flmi BmBmf" BBBflBBflBBflBB BbBBbBBbB BbI"" BBBflBBflHl BBbBBbBb1 HbBH Ml H . L WWLWLWL r bH bbH BbBBb1 Bb'bB bbB BBBflBBflHBBBflBBflB BBBBBBaBBaBBBBBaBBi On Monday, Xv. County Court day in Lancaster, I will sell at public auction in front of the court house, 5 head of Shetland Ponies, all broken to halter, some to drive, any age, any sex, any color and any size. Some of these ponies are registered and direct from the Shetland Islands. The cream of my herd. Don't miss this opportunity to get a nice pony at your price. 1 June 22nd, at 10 lAKKSIM'Kl. I a b'B LLLLm L C5L flu) WM a. m Xj, "KPT 1 lit SLamt hWi idlki m Jm k TTT I fc3!3SiSSfcSSfc3Sfe358a5Sfe BS33S3KJKgg3geS3SSSg3gqBg3 Bay your coal at cost from Walker Rose. 49 automomobile passed thru here j Sunday. Miss Cecil Bowling is at home again j from Madison Institute. Mrs. Mary Doty who has been quite j sick is greatly improved. Mrs Lucy Cook of Lexington is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Simpson This entire Bill of Fare may be ordered Miss Eugenia Pollard entertained purchased of the local for $2.00 Tuesday in honor of Miss Bay ne West auspices while the supply of season tickets of Lexington. which they guaranteed to sell lasts Mr. Patton and Miss Bessie Patton were the guests of Mrs. Cyrus Daily Thursday evening A Oratory Band Music Mr. J no Royston and daughter Miss Minnie were visitors at the home of Mr. Wm Ray's last week. Music Magic Miss Amanda Anderson, of Lancaster has been the guest of her sister Mrs. Humor Cyrus Daily for several days. Monologues Messrs Tom Chesnut, Robt Fox and Misses Mary Chesnut and Menval Bogie Vocal Solos of Hand motored to Hustoiwille Sunday. Misses Georgia Dunn and Bettie Royston and Mr. James Royston atSolos tended the convention at Fairview. Miss Eayna West of Lexington who has been the guest of Miss Mary ChesHours Workers nut went to Lancaster Saturday to visit friends. A Social Hour Your Mrs. B. K. Swope will leave this week to visit her son Mr. J. W. Swope of Danville. Sne will also visit her VtXs.' VOTTsf VCXTv VCTTTvVCav VtTTv u .1 !.. r v iuaui;ijici .his. nf:l iiiuru uve,ui ;uiuuies-- i boro before returning home. Miss Mary Chesnut proved an ideal Thursday afternoon to the j hostess Ladies Working Society. Music and croquet were attractive features of the Delightful refreshments Mrs. Alice Kay is visiting Mrs. Mnry afternoon. were seived. There were other guests Fain at Coy. Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Walker visited present to enjoy ihe kind hospitality of Miss Chesnut. Mrs. Kirby Teafer Sunday. ! W3reVS&3g&3Sfe3 ONLY ORE ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY. I have tried various colic and diarrhoea remedies, but the only one that has given me entire satisfaction and cured me when I was afflicted is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I recommend it to my friends at all times," writes S. N. Galloway' Stewart, S. C. For sale by all dealers, lm -- UL.V i BEAUTIFUL & Chautauqua Week BILL OF FARE if J J CRAB ORCHARD. Get your coal at cost from Walker & Rose. Mr. Henry Campbell spent Sunday with his home folks. Miss Delphia Newland of Stanford is with relatives near town. Mrs. Ivon Fish has purchased a beautiful cart for her $ ony. Mrs. Jones of London is visiting her son Dr. Jones ot this city. Miss Lillie Garner of Cedar Creek visited friends in town Saturday. Mrs. Poynter of Mt Vernon is with her daughter, Mrs. Bob Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Ware of Eubanks were guests of Mrs. Roy Garner Sunday. Mr. J. D. Steenbergen was here with his family. He i3 working at Eubanks. Mr. Frank Holman is very much improved under treatment of Dr: Jones. Miss Ha Newland of Stanford spent Sunday and Monday with the homef oiks here. Mr. and Mrs. John Magee of Danville motored to Crab Orchard Sunday to see their mother, Mrs. Kate Mugce. Mrs. J. G. Carpenter of Stanford and Dr. and Mrs. Talton of Louisville were guests of Mis. M. E. Fun Friday. Mrs. Walter Buchanan and babies of Louisville are with Mrs. Bettie Buchanan here for a visit before leaving for Cleveland Ohio. Mesdames Joseph Coffee of Stanford and William Dillon of London Ky were guests of Mrs. M. E. Fish and Mr?. Maud Campbell Sunday. A merry crowd of youngsters chaperoned by Mrs. Robert Collier went up to Livingston Saturday, taking tents and provisions for an outing of several days on the river bank. Miss Angie Hunt who has been in our midst for some time has gone to her home near Mt. Vernon. She made-manfriends while here who hope she will return in the near future. Mrs. Kate Egbert has been sick but is better. Mr. Stigall continue very low. Mrs. Steger is gradually getting stronger and gets along quite well on crutches. y Orchestral illustrated Lecture Sleight Cartoons Instrumental Story place and Hayden Leavell, of Lancas- ter, were shopping in Stanford Tues day. Mr. and Mrs, G. C. Gastineau and handsome children, of Point Leavell. visited her parents, Mr and Mrs. John Nalor and family Sunday. daughLillie, the pretty ter of Mr. J. B. Anderson was ery badly burned by a skillet of hot grease falling oir the stove on her hands. Lost between this place and Lancas ter a blue automobile veil with bar pin attached to it with the "Azile". Finder please return it to Miss Carrie Anderson. It is surprising how reckless some automobile owners are becoming. Late Saturday afternoon a heavily loaded machine bound for Crab Orchard, ran into Mr. Logcn Thompson's horse which he was riding and the animal was seriously injured, while Mr. Thompson was knocked over against the fence, so great was the impact in the collision. The same machine also was said to have struck the poultry wagon of Northcott & Co, near here and did quite a lot of damage besides overturning the wagon. Others driving on the highway repjrt narrow escapes. Time to call a halt. ld 100 AND POST CARDS Many are rich. ran inclines ol BEAUTIFUL MODELS ANP ACTRESSES g Also a Self-Fillin- FOUNTAtf-- FEK J All foi only 50 cents The gteatf't bargain in beautiful caids and rare artpictureseverolIVied. Mny aie hard to obtain and have toliJ singly for the price re ask for all. These will go quickly to all lovers ot the beautiful in nature who appreciate rare art pictures of well t'evelvveC models. g A reliable fountain 'ei free with each order. These alone Jir-vsold for one dollar in stores. The 100 beautiful cards and pen sP for but SOc and lflc in stamps for self-fillin- Playground with Friends HUSBAND RESCUED BESPAIR1NS WiFEl AST PORTRAYAL Dayton Ohio. CO 1 mw,ivh. CBK3 omobil WINTERS Mi W I After Four Years of Disccnragics Couditious, Mrs. Ballock Gave Up in Despair- Husband Lame to Rescue. from this In an interesting letler place, .Mrs. Bottie Eullcck writes as fellows: "1 suffered for four Catron, Ky. i l Any Kind, Any Style at any time you wan liiif i s m r '. 1 When in Lexington why not stop at a Garage where prompt and satisfactory services are rendered. We have the largest and best equipped Tire Repair Shop in the State and. our Machine Shop, which is modern in every respect is handled by the best machinists obtainable. All our work is guaranteed and our i B prices are reasonable. V 1 Centra,. 135-1- 33 Motor Car I Co. H ' South Limestone. I C& Lexington, Kentucky. I JfYffraTGS iSSSXSSSJSiiSatSSSJSKS XT18S30. Miss Rella Arnold visited Mrs. J. S. Gilbert part of last week. Miss Ruth Kay visited friends at Kirksville part of last week. Get lump coal at cost. Walker & Rose. Miss Elsie Whitaker, of Kirksville is visiting Mrs, R. W. Sanders. Mr. Forest Stapp and family visited ILLUSTRATED 320 PAGES. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kurtz Sunday. Long and children Frances Mrs. Flora Ray and Willie E. are visiting relatives Tells all about sex matters; what in Jefferson, Okla. young nier. and women, young wives Rev. Godbey of Nicholasville deliver and husbands and all others need to ed an excellent sermon at the Metho know about the sacred laws that govern the sex forces. dist church Sunday. Plain truths of Miss Allene Collier and Burnett San sex life in relation to happiness in mar"Secrets" of manhood and ders of Crab Orchard visited Sallie Lou riage. womanhood; sexual abuses, social evil, Teater and Ethel Ray last w eek. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Crutchficld and diseases, etc. The latest, most advanced and comdaughter Miss Allene, Mr. and Mis. Daly of Nicholasville, Mr. and Mrs. L. prehensive woik that has ever been Priceless L. Sanders and Mr. Anderson of Crab issued on sexual hygiene. Orchard visited Mr. and Mrs. Hiram instruction for those who are ready for i the true inner teaching. Ray Sunday. s, This booK tells nurses, teachers, lawyers, pieachers, social workers, Sunday School teachers and all SPECIAL HOSIERY OFFER others, young and old, what all need to know about sex matters. By Winfk-lWear-EvHosiery Fen Scott Hall, Ph. D, M. D. (Leipzig). Guaranteed Newspaper Comments: Men And Women "Scientifically correct." Chicago Ladies' Special Offer Tribune. "Accurate and Philadilphia Press. "Standard book For Limited Time Only-- Six of knowledge." 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For sale by all dealers. im. years, with womanly troubles, and during this lime, I could only sit up for a lillie while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treatment relieved nie for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. 1 had gotten so weak I couid net stand, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's t...c, .i.id ! commenced taking it. From the very first dese, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing my work." If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped more than a million women, in its 50 years of wonderful success, and f hculd surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what it will do. Ask him. He will recommend it. Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: Oattanoosa M? tire Co . ri' Aivisory Depl.. Chatlanocsi. Tenn., for tie "tat Nx-k- . Jusmeltons on i our case anj Hni Treatment (jr Women," &eiu In pL.m rarr. E&6-- 8W HATS foi-ge- for the prite of out. Bring the wlnl lot to us. We are prepared to clean l and reblock jour Hats. Don't your Straw or Panama Hat is in stylt so long as they are cleaned. JLancaster Dry Cleaning Cc LOUIS FAULKJCER, Mgr Phone 220, doc-toi- er i ee mwffflmtn rmMfflffir sf ''szz. lg5 . T wr . yrurri ' L'KKACHKKSViM.K. Mrs. Jane Bell visited Mrs. W. M. Dvehouse. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Turpin, of Stanford visited eere Sunda. Get your coal, now at cost. Walker & Rose. Mr. Ben Holtzclaw bought a sow and six pig? from Quin Naylor for ?26. Mr. Phil B. Thompson sold a cow and two calves to J. M. Cress for $75. J. M. Cres3 and family and Mrs. J. M. Lunsford were visitors in Berea to attend commencement exercises. Messrs. Waltee Bryant and Loyd Croushorn, of near Judson spent Sunday afternoon at Mr. John Naylors. Rev. R. B. Baird, pastor of the M. E. church, will fill his pulpit here Saturday night. Sunday and Sunday night. Mesdames J. H. Thompson, of this patented Joint has revola1 thewhole business of building- silos by making" it pos sible to construct a perfectly solid stave silo o anydesired height. When put together with a little white lead at stave these joints, a THAT - two-pie- ce Schulz's Cut Flowers FLORAL DESIGNS f BjMIn All orders filled with Nice,Choice Flowers PhW 43 or 339-F- . All orders arev appreciated and will be delivered promptly. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. . Garters for one dollar, and 10c for postage, etc. You know these hose; they stood the test when all others failed. They give real foot comfort. They have no seams to rip. They never become loose and baggy as the shape is knit in, not pressed in.- - They are Guaranteed for fineness, for stylej for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stainless and to wear six months without holes, or a new pair free. Don't delay send in vour order before offer expires. Give correct'size. WEAR-EVEHOSIERY COMPANY Dayton Ohio. Is as good as if it were made of onc-pie-cc Catarth Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh la a blood or constitutional disease, and In order to cure It you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surface. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years 'and is b. regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purlflers.vacting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two Ingredients Is what produces such wonderful results in curing catarrh.- - Send 'for testimonials, free. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggilts, price 7Ec. Take Hall's Family puis for constipation. HI III I mWlmmmmmmmmmmWMfk Wl34KJ is no metal at these'joints $0 become Corroded by the acids and uo outside moishiro can collect in them to rot the wood. This-joln- t adds years to the life of your s2o and many dollars to its ttilue. We have a plan by which you can own an Indiana SUo and let it pay or Itself out of whatlt saYes for yon on next winter's feed bills. Ghre ns a chahce to explain It to you. .W..P.-HINCAIBis-Ag- WmWmWm t. Phone 199. Stanford, Ky. ?r . v ? 'V . ' f'Cr ?! .i ' x . jt' "" 'nor''' . t r :? I , v 'i?r ,r ' iV -- '"!' - hv w ... vy- f 1.1 ,.. w rJ '1 - 914. - I" a kZ ... I I- -'' . .feSTTI :l i ' II . , ,ij . )l 'J ill '- - MRIIUJK 0 WLUJH i exclu-IU-d- iGfeautauqua Program; P": General Newsj Lancaster. Ky., June 22 to June 26 E. L. Betts-Superintendent -- ''' V U' .. ' -- 1 -- . ,r.. ;..- -- known politicians in Louisville, receiver of the circuit courts, is dead of Bright' s disease . Perry B. Miller,, of Morganfield ,Ky has been appointed United States Mr. Tom . Chestnut -- sold- a driving District Attorney for the western dis MONDAY. h'orse.to Mr, Jno" Francis. trict of Kentucky. The Bolander Orchestra - ... ". Afternoon Concert Lexington slaughter houses have Lecture, "Culture and Democracy" FOR SaleVa fine tobacco tied 300 ofttHetiosghy 9 feet wide. J. T. Pope. Geo. L. McNutt been declared unsanitary by health ficials, and a public abbattoir is proMarksbure, Ky. "The Dinner Pail Man" bable for that city. Admission 35 cents, Children 15 cents. y Eleven candidates are already an four stock Logs Evening-Gra- nd .TOR The Bolander Orchestra Concert nounced for the democratic nomination I .Willing from 90 to 103 pounder Admission 35 cents, Children 15 cents. "' to succeed Cole Blease as governor of Fred Conn, Lancaster, Ky. TUESDAY South Carolina, and it is said that there Miss Laura Matthews Mrs. Maiy Olark on Lancaster land Morning Children's Hour are still others to follow. The American Quartet Coppercreek pike, has a cutting box, Afternoon Concert Hon, J. Campbell Cantrill opened his Byron natt tno'wing machine and hay rake for sale Lecture, "Dead or Alive" campaign for Congress in Lexington Children 15 cents. Admission 35 cents. cheap. All in good repair. Monday, while his opponent, Hon. The American Quartet. Evening Concert Claud M. 1 nomas, made his opening Strayed to my place, near three Admission 35 cents. Children 15 cents. speech at Irvine on the same day. forks ot Sugar Creek, about May 11th, V WEDNESDAY. Bradley Wilson, well known through by prova hog. Owner can have same Miss Laura Matthews. this part oi tne state as an organizer Morninc Children's Hour ing property and paying charges. The J. Walter Wilson Co. for various tobacco organizations, has Afternoon Concert Bill Grimes. Wells Watson Ginn been indicted in Daviess county charged Monologue, "The Man from Home Admission 35 cents, Children 15 cents. with conspiracy to intimidate tobacco The J. Walner Wilson ',Co., planters. Evening Concert Illustrated Lecture, "Hawaii" or Panama Canal" FOR YOUR DEN Commander Herman O. Stickney of (Subject to be announced from platform) Beautiful College Penauts the Prarie, Ensign David" R. Lee on Charles A. Payne board the South Carolina and William Yatcaad Harvard, each 9 in. x 24 in. Admission 50 cents. Children 25 cents. J. Glynn seaman aboard the Florida, THURSDAY. Michigan Cornell, Princeton, Kentuckians. come in for honorable Miss Laura Mathews mention in the official report of AdmirMorning Children's Hour Each 7 in. x 21 in. Dante And Hjs Band al Fletcher for heroism displayed pre Afternoon Grand Concert ceding the occupation of Vera Cruz. All best quality felt with felt headAdmission 50 cents. Children 25 cents. ing, streamers, letters and mascot ex Evening Grand Concert Dante And His Band colors. This splendid ecuted J Admission 50 cents, Children 25 cents. GO cents assortment sent postpaid for HERE IS AN EXAMPLE FOR 'FRIDAY. and 5 stamps to pay postage. Send now. $', CITIES. Miss Laura'Mathews HOWARD SPECIALTY COMPANY Morning Children's Hour Towns Kirk Afternoon Musical Recital Dayton, Ohio. TA7HEN a city has attained Among the Nations" Lecture, "America's Mission as Peace-Makto such a standard of Hon. Richard Pearson Hobson cleanliness that it hasn't STANFORD. enough flies to feed its pet Admission 50 cents. Children z5 cents. chameleons it has made long Kirk Towns and Reno. The Magician Children's Night Evening strides toward the ideal of coal at cost from Walker Buy your Admission 0 cents, Children 25 cents. preached by modern e&aRose. Admission to Children's Hour free to all. sanitarians. 'That was Cleveland's case, according to an arO'Bannon, who attended State ticle in the Survey describing University is at home. campaign which the anti-fl- y Miss Mary Shepheid Cook returned had been waged in that city. A man who has six of the curious home after a visit to Harrodsburg. little reptiles has written the Miss Mary Elizabeth McKinney is at fly fighting headquarters this home from Gambier O. for the summer plaintive letter: You have brought about a "Miss Rella Arnold and Miss Mary famine in files. My pets are were here Monof Lancasl-estarving. There are no flies to day. be had about my house, and my neighbors can't seem to help me Mrs. W. FJ Dawes and daughter, of out. I'll pay. and pay well, for Louisville are the guests of Mrs. W. every live fly your children can F. Dishon. bring me. Misses Mary and Anna Warren have And he did. returned home for Tift' slimmer from SSxSxSk$S$xSx8SSS Chrisney Ind. ' Miss EJoise Beazlpy of Jacksonville FJhis here spending the semraer with relatives. J"V Mrs. J. L. Tottea and Miss Vera flies in your house. Allow Totten of Lebanon were the guests of Allow flies on your premises. Allow garbage or rubbish to accuMrs'. Walter Jones Sunday. i mulate. "Mrs. John Nevius end children of Allow dirt in the house; look into every nook and comer. "itfemon Junction have been the guests AlloW'flies in food. , of relatives and friends bere. Buy foodstuffs where flies are allowed, especially milic that is in 'Miss Jennie Duncan at Lancaster and cans or , bottles covered with .Mrs. W. S. Elkin of Atlanta G. are Forget to notify the health office guests of Mrs. Charlotte Warren. the of dirty places. 5- JVJR:I '4 '" & i '? 'J,tiJ ' ff'7 . viE1' iS?K Editor She! ton M. Saufley and wife tare attending the Kentucky Press Association at Dawson Springs this week. ''''Mrs. I. M. Bruce and Katherine'haVe PREMIER returned home after a visit to her sis-teMrs. J. U. Beazley at Jacksonville AUTO" Fia. Dr. and Mrs. T. W Stallings of CinTIRES. cinnati, were the guests of Mrs. J. G. Miles Guaranteed Carpenter several days last week, leaving for Okla. to reside. Service. Les Sloan, the popular young farmer These tires bear the greatest known of the Hubble section returned home mileage guarantee, yet are sold at a last week after spending several weeks price even less than tires ot ordinary Lick, in Madison county, for at Slate guarantee. This guarantee covers his health. and general wear. punctures, blow-out- s Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Penny, Mrs Mary Guarantee covers 7,500 miles service Penny, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce, against abuse. These tires are intenMr. and Mrs. John S. Raughman, Mrs. ded for most severe service. C. Hays Foster, Misses Mary Bruce Orders have been received for these and Emma Hays, and Hubert Carpentires for use in United States Governwedding ter attended the Penny-Fisbe- ? ment Service. at Danville Saturday evening. As a SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY This is the last week of Circuit court offer, we will allow the following prices here. A number of verdicts have been for the next ten days. rendered and it is thought that the TIRES-TUB- ES docket will be entirely cleaned up. The Tube Tire grand jury have only been in session !' 2.00 28x3 ? 9.20 ' 2.30 about two days this week, as they have 10.25 30x3 been doing investigation on the out2.80 13.50 30x3J side. 3.00 14.05 32x3J ,The biggest thing that has been held 3.20 15.25 34x3J at-3.25 17.00 fair in this part of Kentucky in 31x4 many years has beau put on the pro3.30 18.00 32x4 - 3.40 gram for the great Knights of Pythias 19.50 33x4 3.60 in Stanford August.19, 0 end 21. They 20.40 34x4 3.80 21.00 35x4 hare put on a .thousand dollar saddle 3.90 22.00 stake and a five hundred djllar harness 36x4 5.00 26.00 herse stake. 35x4J 7. GE0EGE L. irinrTT woBzrs''i OH A SAX AT THE FOOT aaver-4lsV..V- o h "rfpiee below;, this .beading Ifoi the Matthews-Childre- n's of our Utrner subscribers, and, is fur J ' ou. ta&'jale ql stock, grain and such things. PROGRAM BEGINS PROMPTLY.1 (tfmti tne farmer cannot UlO'd to EveningMusic .8i30. ..2:30 notice will be accepted over' fonr Afternoon Music ... ... Evening Entertainment:,. 8;00 ttaei, and' will' be'qnly In wo Ihs'oI. tlie Afternoon Lecture. .. ,w.3:00 . 'h ..caBD.Ireeof charge Children's Hour Hour to be announced ' ' "i Hours subject to "change by announcement the first day. i.. ,Mlss,L. Worker ,Ten thousand employees of the Co are oh strike at the plant near Pittsburg Pa". Capt Jack Shea, one of the best West-inghouse Vfn fittftll Victor Bogaelt Co. Leading Manufacturing 'iIIIIIIIHMWWWW ! .,. -- I have Boone County White and Red Cob CORN'from the crops of 1912, also Reids Yellow Dent crop of 1913 which has.beert carefully hand picked "as well as all other farm Seeds. Write for samples and prices. .,: Jewelers & Importers 133-13- 5 West Main St. -:- Lexington, - Kentucky. are you going to get a First Class WHERE W. BUSH NELSON, Lexington, Ky. New York, Brussels, Belguim. Hair Cut and Shave Blocking Hair a Specialty., We. are here to stay. The old reliable barber on Richmond street. dk SALE:-Twent- ONE HOP f BOURBON POULTRY CUBE F. P. Frisbie Henry Duncan. gives his customers the A. Ii. BOURNE best and soundest Auctioneer. Good Service. wMjiEjkSfjti doirn a chiefs throat cures gapes, A few drops In the drinking water cures and prevents cholera, diarrhoea and other chick disease. One 60c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine At all druggists. Sample and booklet on "Diseases of Fowls" sent FREE. Bourbon Remedy Co.Inisgtoa.Ij I NiAICE An agent who delivers the best kind of indemnity in Prices Right. 354-A. Phone Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, the market, at the same price as many others which may not prove so sure in Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office s SXxSS$-y- er ister The undersigned hereby gve warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful est extent of the law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. P.. L. Elkin. G. W. Elam. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney W. G. Anderson John M. Farra J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. B. M. Lear. S. C. Henderson, W. S. Embry A. J. Caddell, H. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Jas, G. Conn. Sarah J. L. Hackley. W. B. Ray. S. L. Rich. J. C. Morgan. We will add other names for 25 cent cash. POSTED at Raineys Livery Stable. -- event of calamity, is in a position to attract, retain, and increase the business of his office Think it over. Lancaster. - -- - Kentucky F. P. Frisbie Offiie Citizens National Bank U. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. and fGoicklr kUstm n.i.W.i.1.. II.. SonUns. ' TlhramiH.n. ..! a .Mil .!. !.. W.....1wl. THE NEW Opposite Post Office. Barber Shop Bath In Connection. r all nins. Yonr monnr back If it f milfl to la rliT anr aeh time.any part of ths body InlI minutes jrnee sue. AX A.U Druggists. r Mjvm r. Lancaster Chautauqua L. & N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. k32 aroniar lent & nqneii. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. t Main St. tclaitoa. Ky. ujua maa J. E. Seale.Prop W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phono 6. Lee-Lea- r JUNE 22nd TO 26th. Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. ' "Dinner Pail Man" to Lecture During the Chautauqua Here To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Fly Don'ts D 0 N '' rf iK 'T Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. p. m. No 27; To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. 2.-0-9 Residence Phone 220. Office West Side Lexington Street 'liHI r-T- Silo That Gives Office Hours a.m to 12. l p.m. to i. Satisfaction Has the famoui doors that swing on hinges convenient to oper- I ate keeps silage per- B. F. "WaJLTER DENTIST. Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. MiuUWHtv fectly, winter and Htixn summer. Write for oar Qller SUo Book Mailed Free Co tier. ad H. Also get offer on the Laaaias SUo and the light running SUbcnaha SUas J. PATRICK; dentist. Kentucky. 8 to 12 a. m. Ito4-7to9p- .nj Faint Lick, Phone 229. Office Hours Southern Silo Co. bearpnlc4 'ti "NON-PUNCTU- Lexington, Kentucky Official Dfrectiry Of Garrard Crash. - M. K. Benny Office: ni - W. A. Wheeler & Ander- be-io- re 7,500 j ear. Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. Master Commissioner V. II. Brown Trustee Jury Fund BeuJ.F. Robinso Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby Mason. Circuit Judge Hon. C'uanea A. Htrdin. Commonw ealths Attorney Hon. Emnet Pur- Doders Of Dental Surgery. StormesBnildingoTer Bnrt son's Famitore Store. County Judge C. A.Arnold. County Attorney G. C. Walker. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Depncy clerk Harry Tomlinson. Coroner J. A. Jones. Sheriff C. A. Robinson. lowest freight from mills to factory, and from fac Deputy SLeriff (irorge T. Ballard. lory to you. Git a tttttr Silt and Sav mtmtj by Superintendent oi Schools Miss Jennie Hig writing us tolay for catalog and prices. gins. LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. (Incorporated Assessor Dare Sanders. 10UUT1UE (I MSlilleaF. Office Phone 27. Oepnty Assessor E. B. Ray. Residence Phone 3 Jailer Dave Koss. Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. LANCASTER KY. Treasurer J. W. Klmore. " It has the only real continuous door opening. Hoops made of tested steel. Hoops can be adjusted from lad. der front door frame. Doors made of California Red. wood, "The Wood Eternal." The location of our factory sivea us LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer o MAGISTRATES. J. K. White 1st. DIst. ' Logan I sou 2nd. Dist. John S. Hdm 3rd, Dist. James Coldlron 4th, Disc COUNTY ROARD OF EDUCATION. Tnomps Arnold. Jr. 1st. Dist. R. D. McMurtr). Sud. Dist. O. J. Hendren. 3rd. Dist. TREES Strawberry t Plants Thomas P. Klug,.4th. Dist. CITXrOPfiANCASTER. Mayor L. G. Davidson. CityJuflge J.p.trather. City Attorney J' E.'Roblnson. City ClTk F. 6. Hurt. ' City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treaiurer W.'F.'Champ. Chief Police I,. E. Herron. Kbit . , Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs. Asparagus,' Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. Hotel Henry Waiterson LOUISVILLE. KY. The South' mest popular priced, modern Absolutely situated in the very heart of the retail shopping district and near all the theatres. Finest Cafe in LauisTiUe. with moderate nocel. fire-pro- f VERYTH1HGM $1 Cuieie MMfTOS $i Shim-- OF FEEDEEICK'S PEAK - . , To advertise pur; Uriiygrsal Shaving Outfit and UniversaVProducts we will this well 'for a:limited time pnly;-pen- d .worth'3. Shaving tytffit for $1.00. We sell our products to the Cdnsumer direct and therefore yoifiivi'fM agents' profits which as you know are very lerge. v I HolloW Ground "Razor. t l !' Nickel ' tather.Snjsh;- l;Razor StrgptjCjinvas3ack, Bajrberffowtfl. Bar Shaving Soap., Box Talcutp. Powder. , ""-- - 'j l33-inc-h " - A i '1Dvecot4ted;ebHMugt , -.- ..... " " k Aluminumpaf'aeBCwnty tinstie Hair nwsn i.ToiHri"nbhr.T- , ex- ..- - achig: - SJ-O- arte.-pttrtage-iuo- u VtKVSAL,jgRODIJCTS TtojiMPffc? fc. se ..-.- "' :. CO, . ' HE morning of Labor day, 1910. Kev. George L. McNutt ,('the dinner CODNCILMEN 20 per All other sizes. .Non-Skid- s pall man"), who is to lecture at our Chautauqua this season, appearea H. C. Hamilton. Parker Gregory. 5 per cent discount if payat 'the foot of Frederick's peak, where the Mennecheduza's waters cent extra. accompanied Sam Cotton. W. Zanone. order and if Dr. M. A. Amon. W.O,GoodIoe. swiftly flow to Join the nearby Niobrara. Here a huge dam and lake ment in full J. are being constructed for power and pleasure. "Need any help? the stranger two are so ordered, shipping charges asked. "Can you handle a, wheelbarrow?" the boss replied. The stranger de- will be paid by us. C- - O. D. on 15 per clared he could do anything any other laborer could do. "All right; go ahead,", cent of amount of .order. Our output leRBty Ceart Days. said the boss. The stranger took his' place at the concrete mixer, wheelbarrow is limited, so we suggest early order in hand, along with pure blooded Americans, Sioux Indians and mixed Ameri- ing. We sell direct only, giving purRichmond, 1st. Monday. cans like himself. There were winter floaters looking for enough to feed on chaser the advantage of all middlemen's Paris," 1st. Monday. as bund baggage to Denver, Deadwood or Kansas City and homesteaders profits. v badly in need of spare change to help hold down their 640 acres of sand hills.' Frankfort, 1st. Monday. RELINERS. The Indians were picturesque; the Macedonians were Intensely Interesting. Harrodsburg, lbt Monday. Use our famous relinera, tbev elim One had been fourteen years in a Turkish prison. The floaters were mostly Lexington, 2nd. Monday. wrecks. All were human documents wlim hieroglyphics are so confusing to inate blow outs and 90 per cent of BBSMIslBaJQ( ft V I labor. The stranger was McNutt punctures besides giving many thow- social onlookers who have escaped mini ShelbyvlUe, 2nd. Monday. waa and aaore miles "the dinner pail man." who bad Just SUedalxty Chautauqua dales. He service to each tire Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. now at school again.' ten hours a day.'irtflB .Phlng B)usclesv open eyes and ears Whe in your tires Voq ride without' Danville, 3rd. Mondp. and heart, sounding, the depths, of the Hfe of the other half and deciphering weny St tire "troubles. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. deenlr erooved human hlerwtlypk4c. Owapulsorr enlistment in the army the Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday.. . of indusfy.,fas.lfeqiato..K!)fcaDtkBocks.Out the foolishness, and For HS inch tires For all 3J.ch tire makes rootu' for saae, saber Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. , ,hfi,'iiHth" those who labor cires the For all.4'inch iires-Fo- r tions. TJyeatly re KWWI-BrMl''"Somerie't, 3rdlTSlohday? l ' rdiJu- - mcriusaMv-'nimeaJ 4J ifch tires; 'before the men and women-o- f the -- Georgetown ,3rdr Jlenday. . tTSTSr' livr;?l--'i-F?- 7 'r.Tiwnrnrtliii larrtktmnif tfie CHIOS ana tne cnurcnes. iicrsutt Knows we ' For all 5 sach urea . ,l&!, xtZ u 'ririiI.?V2stok. .then LFiaUi.iBcK.tire," weeks he continuedjhlB srftdlM-an' - 1 77-- .. - if- . , Winchester,-4th,cMon4y- . !2firSi:)eciSlhir:a&-wla- , anotcernnicreeuug cnapter aaaea bis iobk i FACTORY itV-l..v.- - rf.:. MMWCTWtt ii s.v, Monday. "SitUKOi ezueneaees. ". jS v.V Versailles, 4 th. 'Monday. I'd '1 i. Dayton, Ohio' T 36x4J 37x4J 37x5 27.00 27.50 32.60 , 5.10 5.15 5.40 Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts - I pne. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Nmau v jam amce 1841. E Club Breakfast from 25c up : noon day Lunch 50c; uble 1 lusm nisini. 6 to 8 p. m.$l.0O, Also elils ii aaeaat.awTice in Restaurant. Rathskellef open fiuau-4ivato I a. m. Orchestral ana vocal saasic. ' ROOM PRICES WUh rtnataa; wafr sSal jiieste totwt 91 par 'With vrrrat fcatlt "aP aSaW 4Pasn"isVBV paaT Catarrh Cannot Be Cured SSat ? r 1 . ..fe-orri- ..il.Jh.?5..t.. d - m 'Monti-cello.'4t- a quaes: meoeine. xc Catarrh care is nor,--o:,SCttie--Jart by Utk I3JM I in this conBtxJi rfadls m reitilar.prescripUdn.JIti Mnaii th beat. tonics kiWTi:CottMallasAlB. 1 best Wood .juriflerafctteaT-dlisAttr. ogtha t rtf ?. i comfcrrlfc. WtSaEtf TmJifiimUm wfaJe Hon 'or tne two intrearents w irut'fro. duces: such vrooilerful restrits in cegtag "Hui catarrh. Seed tor testhnoaUIs. trcs. ypSSmw-m'Y arCHEKBT'eajCO:. Props,. Toledo, Cv I m I I"" afBjasrrst. JONES. ' -1VJWWM &. not tit CtaXIStlB. ssWe keases iylfKm u4.t W-- raaiBot reach Vie seat of the disease. 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