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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 18, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914061801_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 18, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. fHECENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE.i8, 1914. . NUMBER 11. &3X&XS3E&3&E&X&3 . More copious rains of the last week mean more bounteous crops. , SIGN YOOR NAME. ' A CANNON Mr. f Farmer and' Paiatei We are in a position to make you Special prices on Galvanized We are compelled to call attention to The shiftless say ''more rain more the fact that we cannot and positively rest", but the farmer says "more rain WILL NOT publish unsigned THE GIFT OF THE LATE articles, more crops". be they even a personal. The names SENATOR BRADLEY HAS Work are not for publication but merely to Painting and paper hanging. show that the article is authentic. We O. K. or no pay. H. D. Elmore, are compelled to omit several personals ARRIVED AND WILL Lancaster, Kv. this week which came to us through Do not miss .the double bill of enter- the mail without the formality of the MOUNTED BE IN tainment offered next week in Lancas- senders signature. ter, Teachers Institute and Chautauqua. THE PARR. ROOFING. t V The wheat hsrvest is in full blast There was perhaps never a busier or and the whirr of the bindar is heard on happier set of men than the farmers, every side. The yield gives promise of and like old Man Grump's light hearted being an unusually good one. negro "they dont see nothing to worry about". Between the recent showeis Every mechanic in the county has all they could cultivate their rapidly growthe work he can possibly do. Day lab- ing corn, and while riding the cultivator or is in great demand and there is no could contemplate the rapidly ripening occasion for anyone being idle. grain and wonder how they were ever going to manage to dispose of the imPut the finishing touches to your mense amount of work that was acpremises this week and let us present cumulating for them. The showeres a gala appearance to the visitors who brought splendid tobacco seasons and will be with us during next week. they can also witness tne thrifty conALL ATTRACTIONS dition of that crop. This week everything must give way to the harvest of FOR SALE. TO BE the wheat crop, and with that off their 1 Five squares of Cortright Metai hands they can again turn their attenAll attractions advertised for the Tom Dallard, Shingles. tion to the corn and tobacco which will Chautauqua next week will positively be requiring their attention, and they be here, Dante's band included. These WELL WORTH HEARING. have the assurance of nothing but ijieople are thoroughly reliable and they work until the latter two crops are could not and will not violate the conMiss Lida Gardner Superintendent of "laid by". tract thev hold with local people as to Schools for Nicholas county and Hon-what attractions they shall bring. McFerrau, one of the leading factors of education in the state will BURNSIDHANDRAH. be present and have something to say R A great surprise to the many friends at the institute next Tuesday. Their remarks will be well vortli4iearingand of the contracting parties was the marWIIIS SPIRITED CONTEST. riage of Miss Berthjt Burnside and Mr. e ven one should hear them. J. W.Landram, which took place at The many friends of Miss Rella Ar- the home of the brides father, Judge nold are congratulating her over the AUTO SERVICE. it. a. uurnsiu- -. on btantoril street in iaci inai sne won tne contest in her I am now running mi automobile on this citv on last Saturday evening. district in tne series of contests instiThe the mail line between Lancaster and Not ev en the most intimate friends of tuted by the Lexington Herald. Nichoiasville and can accommodate tin the young people were awaie that the prize offered was a trip to Atlantic public with good auto service. Leave wedding was to occur at any near date. City, and Miss Bella will enjoy a splenLancaster at 7 o'clock, arrive at Nich- - nor were they apprise4 of the fact until did outing at the expense of the Herald. W olasville at 10 o'clock. Leave Nicho- the groom arrived fiom Richmond on ri las asville at 12;l,r, arrive at Lancaster at the 8:10" train Saturday evening, secur& 3;30. $1.25 one way, or 2.00 round ed the services of ,Rev. J. Rockwell the home of the & tiip. Phone 47, Bryanteville Exchange Smith and repaired-t- ceremony was im"" " DOING NICELY bride where the 5 , 4t. Pd H. D. Lee. mediately And His Recovery Assured. The young people left Sunday mornntrr-arC-rSrTr- 7 GET SEASON TICKETS. ing for Richmond, where they will Capt. Luther Herron who was danreside. gerously wounded by the negro Robert Season tickets to the Chautauqua Miss Bertha Burnside, the bride, Strange on Sunday the 7th inst, is domay be had at McRoberts and Stormes needs no word of introduction to the ing nicely and his complete recovery -drug stores and are now on sale. Seais ,j ,rjj. people of Garrard county, everyone now a certainty. He was able on son tickets for adults are worth ?2.00 knows her and is aware of her many Tuesday afternoon to take a short aueach and childrens tickets 51.25 each up Off sterling qualities. She is the daughter tomobile ride, and within a 12 o'clock noon on Monday June short time until of Judge Richard A. Burnside, w3 expects to be able to attend to his bus22d, when they will go toS2.50and 1.25 fi respectively. Considerable saving is to born and raised in Lancaster and is one iness affairs. Agent Normal City Laundry. 'V be made by purchasing season tickets of our most accomplished young ladies, Mr. Herron's escape was indeed a and has a wide circle of warm friends, narrow one, and his many friejids are as there are 11 or 12 attractions, the Orders called for and Delivered. Prompt and Efficient majority of which will charge an admis who, while showering her with congrat- rejoiced to know of his quick recovery. her all the Service. Office over Stormes Drug Store. D sion of 50 cents each and the remainder ulations and wishing surroundings, joy possible in her new yet 35 cents for adults MR. MOSS EXERCISES HIS Your Patronage Solicited. regret exceedingly that she is to leave Lancaster permanently. " DSOAL LIBERALITY. LOAVES AND FISHES. The groom is originally from London Ky, where he was a highly respected Notwithstanding the strawberry crop Mrs Richard Burton and Mrs Nor Is Phone No. 365. Lancaster. Kv. & N was an exceediugly small one in this man Grow gave an elegant fish dinner citizen and an employe of the L Til R. R. Co., and until recently served as locality and the berries commanded an at Kings Mill, Saturday. Invitations assistant agent for that company in unusually good price, Mr. Walton E. were responded to, the number of 85. Moss, the champion grower of the long tables spread on the shady Lancaster. The While here he made the acquaintance county, exercised his usual liberality banks of the river, were loaded with good things, in abundance, while large of Miss Burnside and it seems that toward the Record office, and rememsomebered U3 in his usual substantial way. baskets of hot fish was passed time and that acquaintance ripened into Mr. Moss never fails to bring the Reagain. Tiuly it was a feast, and "after thing stronger than mere acquaintanceship. Mr. Landram at present holds a tTesnoI"!HKalf an" Kour not Jn troubles. TVe can give you a good siia the multitude was served," perhaps lucrative position with the L. & N. at cord office, not a measly small Jiox of ten minutes but In 6 seconds. . berries with a few nice ones on top, trial bottle of the genuine D. D. I not "12 baskets", but many were taken Just a few drops of that mild. SoothWhile in Lancaster he but enough to go round, and of the pick Richmond. for only 25 cents. ing, cooling Tvash. the D. D. D. Pre- Prescription to try this famous remedy; uo and the guests were invited to spend Don't fail made many warm friends and the of his crop, and this year was no excepscription, the famous cure for Eczema, any summer skin trouble, the evening and a lunch was partaken and the Itches gone. Tour burning' skin for knowkind ofJD, heartily joins in heartiest and tion, and those brought us were as fine at- - we is instantly relieved cna you nave emn 1 relief,' Jt S. will give yo.u JnstaAl of, with the addition of ices and cakes. Record polute protection rota all summer, All departed loud in praises of the best wishes for both of the happy as we ever saw, and were Highly young people. hostesses. R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster, Ky. al For the next WE 15 Days The farmers of the county completed OIL TO" ARRIVE THIS WEEK. their tobacco setting and the crop nevMayor Davidson informs us that the er started off under more propitious oil for oiling the streets and also the conditions. sprinkling wagon for applying it, were With raspberries, cherries and straw- shipped on the 11th inst, and tho work berries to "put up" and the promise of of spreading it will begin immediately a splendid blackberry crop, the house upon its arrival. It may be here before the Record goes to press, oritmay wives are being kept busy. not be here for a week. That part of I he rams of lest week insures a it is with the railroad company, and bumper blackberry crop and with sugar they cannot be hurried, should be , at a reasonable price there no dearth of jam this winter. BUSY AND A cannon, more definate description HAPPY. CM FURNISH YOU 28 GAGE BY WEIGHT For what you have been than that it a "12 pounder" we are unable to obtain, the gift to Lancaster of the late Senator William O. Bradley, has arrived and now reposes peacefully on the grass in the park, awaiting its mounting, which is in the hands cf the street committee. The instrument of war was shipped to Mayor Davidson from the U. S. Ar senal at Rock Island, Ills. The only information we are able to vouchsafe in regard to it is that at one time it was announced in the U. S. Sen ate that the War Department had sav-erold cannons which they would donate to cities desiring them and Senator Bradley, ever being on the alert for anything which would be of advantage to Lancaster or his home people, at onee spoke for one of them, and now after a long wait and after the lamented donor has passed to his reward, it arrives and will be mounted in the Park there to remain as a reminder of our most distinguished citizen. WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR i JMIIill Hakes, Twine. OIL Mm SECnOHS inders, Mowers - REPAIRS. 0 spaying for 29 Gage. We can do your Roofing, 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 HAvCi it, IIP! iiftfiip & tBp.'.ap.aJBiraraia.iBirflB id!H f JL y Qj NJi-- i l & ,1 Wholesale and Retail Hardware. 23E a sjSisrvijE!ffteJ!gJiirafag. 'it: iE: w ks Win 01 T" aa ail vi assort & t- Wff j ia 3$ 1 W & Mtr lrt - 3 a l. Lancaster, Ky. siovifjwCTJosrsMSwcSo ;. Gleaning, Pressing and Repairing j rjjm I I 1 S3! Si It Is what you will get in a 1 ia! BUGGY, WAGON OR I !S HARNESS Cooling Wash Stops That Itch Compare my prices and quality with others. ;k m is W. J. ROMANS. ib nflJafSiai 1 lifrgJIa alrJsfrgJl'r5fli:MirgMfrrIIiiraia. 533SS33332&3S3SS3Sg?3 3R3g&Sgfc33SSl!2139! a31iSSS3KSSiSgSSaSS 55&3gSgg&S3& g On, Monday, "f 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 OT 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 M June 22nd, at lO a. m. I I I i I 1 d .: 4 " ? ? V ., t. i , j.-- - t rf A, J Page 2 Children Cry for Fletcher's 3 The Central Record, Thursday June I! 18, 1914 il i ? CHAUTAUQUA. ' -- a Si !,i l'1v "i"i, HIS The Harvest Which Chautauquas Yield fViX'NCcccccccscccccccscccx The Kind You Have Always Bonglit, and which ha? hcen in use for over 30 years, has hornotho signature of - and has hcen made under his pcr- --j? sonal supervision since its infancy. -uzf?Yt CMcAz'X Allow no one to deceive you in this. AH Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare hut Experiments tli:t trifle with and endanger the health of Infants, .md Children Experience against Experiment. .','V"J. y& " . .&mm0n X? Wl ,i4K,1!!'i! Pfi & WfteepffieJboysaitd mw 'S on,meiarm m H rs m 'TTHE big reason why young people B '; rs ijmtk mtmmim t n m:p i S ' SfM?-JpJ i ' tOlM . X, rui i j5 because farm life is so hard and the hours of labo r are so long. The nt fioc k from the country to tfcecities SJiliKLi;. cats out the d" substitute for Oil, Pars-gori- e, a:;d Soothing Syrups, it is pleasant. It con!::!:.:, neither Opium, 3Jorpliino Jior other ZXarcotic r:ilyst.:i". Its aire is its guarantee. It destroys IVorms nv.'.l i!i:i;, rVvcrislnscss. 1'or more than thirty years it J.is beoi' in constant iise for the relief of Constipation, -y, I"Iati:5-i.A ."hid Colic, all Seething Troubles and 3arrhnv.. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, tl:a loixl, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Chiiilrcii's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. Castor!" 5 What is CASTOR I A Castor a harmless jVps Z'M,X$&AZ ''', - 'gtV8&. 'i'-- '" g"3 feSSElSS!I3rfi'"sHS!SSagSSSf2SLI 2Wm ' ''f3? H'OCe LM ssx 5Z4. 51V 9 VW1 vwv bten in ue for more than ten tal vn!X ba nood coadition ten years from today. If roa win t to ieep your Lc vs anil c'r' nt ione. e will t i U oa to order an Indiana fcuo tot'ay. a vrani i. rour order and 'hip it l!u vtj Sorcicucj. T53Caycenl3nuiij:ci.ei.. ye-ir- s fc- tHsagrecabia work of carrying j8 feed frosi one barn to another and ennhiM one person to feed sicri anm?H in half at Ja nour man two persons can feed in an hocr VA vrithout it. It inakes the fliirv lmdK f? profitable all year round and fattens yoar 5f steers at lowest ccsl. It makes the hns lav is more eggs and it conditions tne horses and mules. It is the best pork producer cu the farm. The first Indiana Silo ever brr't SJi 1 pim ilo"- - W. P. KINCAID, Bis-Ag- t. rnone iy oiamora, ry. genue&s Cdgf&4. In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind Ycu Have Always Bought W yEsars CASTOR! A always the Signature of ra ASHEVILLE IN THE LAND OF THE SKY t "the one piece yoc tyill most enjoy a vacation for rest oi- vozreatic-s- . Ve have noi the scace he J io ol of Lc glories of the western North --- C " r NTAUR COMANV. NCW YORK. CITY, Carchns njoantains. .CL? LIVE IN THE OPEN ORIGINAL a GENUINE .llv,fAf;tr iri3. p3,iyi 'c T HUNTING TENNIS MOUNTAIN CL2?.ISING K!DIMG MOTORING DRIVING OTHER NOTED RESORTS sowN-yMMMMf-i- COPE ff Ifflfc 'fk s ' it boundless- HARVE5T- i-- y Kcndersor.vi"s, E-- vrf MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED Veiiesvillc- - Hot Springs, Tyrcn, Saluda. Flat Rock Lake l'oav..ij. BY THROUGH SERVICE OF MARK OF THE MODERN FARM THE jSt the above diauiiis tlie well Known i.utooiilst. Ocorsc 13. Colli.' CIiUmk. lias given u& Ills idea o what it tliroiiL-hi.-the length and breadth of our means to how ('Ii.nit:iniii.i :inil a No Winter Lyceum four-.eland. To all thoso who would r.ii-- c the standard of intclUvtualitj. morals and Rood citizenship in a com-"- " munity, the ('haiitainiua, with it& reat free forum and lii'li ldeils. at once appeals. It has proed a source of uplift in bundieds of towns and utie.s and has the indoriuifiit "f AmiTiea's greatest men and woman. SOUTHERN PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH B. H. Todd, D. P. A. Louisville, Ky. RAILWAY For further information tee local agent, or address f i 'J FULEWEICHT . X--Vf !..-. v FULLJLENGTH.OFROLL Becker, Ballard & Co. PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. . JriSib Useful ! Diaw A Check (7K Ji i Vi K. M Put the difference in the bank. The saving between Ford cost and heavy car cost is "velvet" for the prudent buyer. He knows the Ford not only saves him dollars but serves him best. It's a better car sold at a lower price and backed with Ford service and guarantee. i RECREATION Y FROMTH Hl AND RELFASF. Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford runabout ;the touring car is five fifty; the town car seven fifty--- f. o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from M. The Madison Garage, Richmond, Ky; Incorporated. j kK for the money you ove and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & vVc" Jk. J" rJe )) TURMOIL OF upa- w HEATAhD Or Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. Trust Go. W AFAIR DREAM COME TRUE ijx xm$$Em?g&m lOTEL tZr, rr?rV 3SSgBgggJ They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not Jlarge. They wil grow all right. WfLOF imm mmcAjv MW I The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Nature is constantly trying to wear oat your house constantly gnawing away at wood and paint, at brick and mortar. The best material is not too good to withstand these assaults. Pennsylvania Avenue, at 18th & K. Sts. RATES R.Mt, Dttie... Bits 41.50, 52.00 up. F.&K. o.c. IV deals I A THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. t Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Hanna'G Green Sea! Paint watching the wear of the different compounds until the perfect combination of lead, oil and zinc has been found. It is smooth, free spreading, elastic and durable. Formula on eVery package. FOR SATJE BY igspty.y" .""ijrl ' -- $250, r.'ltlll Bilk 53-0up. 0 M 4ssjS JENNY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. is a scientifically determined is the result of many years of experiment wear-reslster. of It OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palm Court, R. T Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room? 'Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent.' YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran( Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. CONN BROTHERS v CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. IXf "!.?. i tt'J '.,'t t" s, LUr. 1.3 ., Af ss.'?."i. The Central Record, Thursday June 18 1914. Page 3 MM) TBI! small tracts, one of the finest Ranches in Texas, which I 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-Cit- y, Sub-Divid- ed 99 per cent of this land is fine Agricultural land. About 1000 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, beginsin 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 and will tell you facts about it. ASK THEM. TERMS One-thi- rd Cash, balance lO years at 8 per cent. Knox-Cit- y, B. SEAL,, Agent. W. M. SflNDIFER, The Land Wan, HENRY HUTCH IINSOIN, Agent. Texas. Lancaster, Ky. Lancaster, Ky, w Bn&kA w Have You A Long Head For Figures? to keep down the run- lng expense or your car. We can help you. "How? Buy your gasoline from us. We'll save you many a dollar fall comes. We sell gasoline, oil and grease at lowest figures obtainable anywhere. be-So- re fOV want Our customers save money by buying their gasoline from us. We positively sell at cheapest figure. Gasoline is of best quality. Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. m re t.n B 8 I Automobile B B OWNER ATTENTI II III 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 I 8 B B B S m B s u prices are reasonable. I I B m Central 135-1- 38 Motor Car Co. South Limestone. I Lexington, Kentucky. years that it is necessary to have more i ONLY ONE ENTIRELY teachers, s.o Miss Claudia Eaton, the eighth grade teacher will take some of ! Lee Perkins has been visiting rela- the High School studies in SATISFACTORY. he charge. tives in Lancaster. Miss Judd will probably have a class in I ha ve tried various colic and diarrhoea Miss Hazel Stone is the gustof Miss Domestic Science. Jewel Spoonamore. A number of our leading citizens met remedies, but the only one that has George D. Florence was in Lancaster Tuesday night of last week for the pur- given me entire satisfaction and cured Monday, on business. pose of organizing a Commercial Club me when I was afflicted is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Miss Elizabeth Givens of Hubble, is to look after the material welfare of this citv. After thp mpptinir was pall. I recommend it to my friends at all the guest of Miss Marion Grimes. writes S. N. Galloway' Ste- H rn nrrlnr J C IVTcflortt Mma alafteA I t,me3 Miss Bessie Burch is at home from SFor sale by all dealers, lm Chairman and M. B. Salin, Secretary wart San Marcos, Texas, for the summer. Treasurer. The proposal tc estab-- 1 Miss Josephine Carpenter is visiting lish a free city delivery was discussed JIcCUEAKY. her sister, Mrs. Homer Carpenter at and a number of speeches were made Shelbyville. in the project. Everybody were of the Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ray visited her Mrs. Lelia Cook has returned from opinion that it would be of great maHustonville, where she has been visi terial advantage to this city and a com- mother Sunday. The Christian Endeavor of this place ting relatives. mittee was to draft resolutions asking is progressing nicely. Miss Mary Carter has returned from for its establishment. Miss Emma Sandars has been visiting Jacksonville, Ind where she taught the Misses Ray. school last vear. Mr. Creede Simpson was a visitor a Dr. N.N. McKinney of Carlisle, was; QEf RJJ) QF YOUR Lexington Sunday. we guest or nis mother, Mrs tiettie Mc Kinney, Sunday. Miss Her Hill visited her aunt Mrs. RHEUMATISM. J. W. Hill last week. Miss Margaret Warren, who- - taught Now is the time to get rid of your Miss Rosa Ray was the attractive at Columbus, O., is at home for the rheumatism. You can do it if you apsummer vacation. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Ray. W, A. ply Chamberlain's Liniment. Miss Clara Cooper of Berklej, Cal., is Lockhard, Homer City, N. Y. Miss Cora Ross has been the charm"Last at home with her parents, Clerk and spring I suffered from rheumatism ing guest of Mrs. S- - M. Turner. Mrs G. B. Cooper. Bro. Warren will preach at Antioch with terrible pains in my arms and Mr and Mrs Ed Walker of Lancaster shoulders. I got a bottle of Cham- the 4th Sunday night at 8 o'clock. have returned home after a visit to Mr berlain's Liniment and the first appliBuy your thrashing Coal from and Mrs W. O. Walker. cation relieved me. By using one botHudson & Hughes. For Miss Mary Craig Hayden, of Palis is tle of it I was entirely cured." Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bsazley and the attractive guest of her grandmoth- sale by all dealers. children visited her mother recently. er, Mrs Permelia Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Roily Simpson visited e, COY Mr. Geoige Ellis and daughter, her father Saturday night and Sunday. of Cunningham, Kan., have reMiss Gussie Burnam of Lexington Mr. T. H. Green is on the sick list. turned after a visit here to relativej. has been the guest of Miss Beulah Mae Mrs. Charles Mitchel is on the sick Miss May and Anna Warren who had Beazley. position in a millinery business in list. Mrs. W. H. Waddle of Somerset is Mrs. Lige McMillion spent Saturday Chrisnej, Ind., have returned home for the guest of Misses Beulah Mae and with Mrs. Bell Simpson. the summer. Sada Beazley. Miss Ida May Sanders is the guest Rev. and W. S. Grinstead, of London Rev's Warren and Watson will be55 have returned to their home after a of her cousin Lnverne Hicks. gin a series of meetings at New Anvisit to their daughters, Mesdames J. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Osborn are re- tioch the first weeK in July. W. Bryant, J. R. Harris and Jessie joicing over a boy born June 4th. Mrs. C. C. Barnett of this place and Walters. Buy your thrashing Coal from Mrs. Ben Ham of Hyatsville were callHudson & Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reynolds and ed to the bedside of their father at Mr. and Mrs. Newt Grow visited Mr. Somerset. little aaugnter, tserniee May have returned home visit her parG. Preston m ents Mr. andafter a Frank toSmith at and Mrs. W.Folger was last week. of Mrs. Mrs, Mat the guest Maysville. Mrs. Irene Preston last Saturday night. One of the mest enjoyable affairs of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Preston visited the season was the Rook Party given her sister Mrs. Dove Hunter at Sulphur by Mrs Sam Robinson on last Thursday Well last Sunday. afternoon in honor of her niece, Miss I Mrs. Mary E. Fain entertained a Annie Robinson, of Burnside. number ot her friends Saturday night (0 Mr and Mrs R. M. Fisher have re in honor of Miss Ruth Ray and Willie turned here after their bridal tour and Miles Ray. should be "nipped in the will be at home to their many friends bud", for if allowed to run at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs unchecked, serious results AUTOMOBILE TIRES E. S. Fisher on East Main street. may tollow. Numerous cases of consumption, pneuCarl A. Carter left last week for monia, and '"'er fatal disAT FACTORY PRICES Kansas City, Mo., where he will aceases, can be :ed back to cept a position with tne J. I. Case Co., acold. At the first sign of a Carl is a fine young man and has a host SAVE FROM 30 to 60 PER CENT cold, protect yourself by who wish him much of friends here thoroughly cleansing your success. system with a few doses of Tire Circuit Court adjourned here Satur28x3 $ 7.20 day after a very busy term of three 30x3 7.80 weeks. Quite a number of cases were 10.80 30x3J disposed of, but the docket was not 11.90 32x3i cleaned up as was hoped. The grand 12.40 34x3J jury returned 58 indictments. 32x4 13.70 '33x4 The Post Office at Kings Mountain 14.80 was robbed on last Thursday night for 34x4 16.80 the second time within a year. The 36x4 17.85 w safe was blown open and stamps 19.75 35x4J amounting to $40. and cash and checks 19.85 36x41 the old reliable, vegetable amounting to about $45. was obtained. 21.50 37x41 liver powder. 37x5 24.90 Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, o Mesdames Sam Haselden W. R. Cook B and Miss Joan Mount and Kathaleen All other sizes in stock, Madison Heights. Va., says: "1 have been 'using Thed- Walters and Robert Kinnaird, of Lan- tires 15 per cent additional, ht for ford's B caster werejiere last week billiug the ten per cent above gray. AH new, stomach troubles.,, indigesBest advertising the Redpath clean, fresh, guaranteed tires, town and tion, and colds, and find it to Chautauqua that will be in Lancaster, standard and independent makes, Buy be the very best medicine 1 June 22 to 26 under auspices of the direct from us and save money. 5 per ever used. It makes an old ac56' Woman's Club Tickets are on sale cent discount if payment in full man feel like a young one." companies each order. C. O. D. on 10 at Fhugars Drug Store. Insist on Thedford's, the per cent deposit. Allowing examina-- i I Miss Ada Jndd, who taught at Crab 7 original and genuine. tion. Orrri&rd- - will hnva rrisrcrA f trip pifrhtri TIRE FACTORIES SALES CO. grade here next term. The High School I pupils have increased so in the recent ' Dept A. Dayton Ohio. STANFORD. International Harvester Manure Spreaders ! d ffl ThelHCLine CHAIN AND HAT MACHINES Hitlers. Mcwers Rakes, Stackers H7 Loader Bar Presses CORN MACHINES Kadert, Rtprf Flaaters, Pickers Binders, Caltrratorl Easilsre Catters Sielkrs. SkreeMen Per, Sprinf-Tootasd Dak Harrows Cahfrators GENERAL LINE Oil aad Css Eaainea Oil Tractors Maoaro Spreaders Crtan Separators Fana Wafoaa Motor Tracks Tkresbers Graia Drills Feed Griaders Knife Griaders TILLAGE 1-- BudtrTviaa lugs, insuring good traction unrims and der all conditions. Frame, wheels, and all driving parts are of steel. Apron tension is adjusted by a simple device. Winding of the beater is prevented by large diameter, and beater teeth are strdng, square and International manure spreaders are built in several styles and sizes, low or high, endless or return apron, for small farms or large. Examination will show sturdiness of construction in every detail. Repairs, if ever needed, may always be had of the local dealer. Examine International spreaders at the dealer's. We will tell you who sells them, and we will send you interesting catalogues. chisel-pointe- An I H C spreader is low enough for easy loading, yet it has plenty of clearance underneath. The rear axle is well under the load, rear wheels have wide features in their construction. Each one is the result of careful field experiment. INTERNATIONAL Harvester ma-- -nure spreaders have a score of good Mar-gerit- International Harvester Company of America New Albany Qimpioa Deerisg llacorsorucdj xSSSn!! Ind. Mihnnlee Oikone McCoraick PIuo 1 I I 8 J I Colds I I I i I S E m Drink this and he refreshed! tofrfe- iMl - -- (jsafe- -- , r 8 1 B 8 1 m Sip by sip here's pure ft Black-Draug- enjoyment cool com- fort a satisfied thirst a contented palate. ' k aW. Demand the genuine toy full name Nicknames encourage substitution. I m m M' s tut? ccch.jrcx a mvrPANV E-6- Whenever ATLANTA, GA. irrcEFt you see an Arrow think of Coca-Co- la 'ILaaaaaTaaa f w "F T. l "'Page 4 TheCentral Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. " -- The Central Record, Thursday June " 'ENGLEMAN-PENG- E. 16, 1914 "RECORD" $1.00 a year. ing to Danville Wednesday afternoon and were quietly married at the Meth Ky., odist parsonage of that city by Rev. Entered at the I'ot Office In W. E. Arnold. They were accompan Mull Mutter. as Second-Clab- s ied to Danville by Miss Sue Woods and After the cereMember Kentucky Press Association Mr. Earl Coleman. mony thev took a train for the East and where they will spend their honeymoon. Eighth District Publishers League. Mr. Joe S. Haselden, proprietor of the Lancaster Bottling Works, has AND OLD LINE built up a nice trade in this section, and his large auto.delivery truck is COMPANIES EXPECTED here almost every day. Mr. Haselden has several popular drinks with which To At Once Resume Operations In The he is building up a large and lucrative State. business in Central Kentucky. Danville Messenger. The conference held in Louisville last week between representatives of the Lancaster, Ky., June 18, 1914. insurance companies, the state, officials MAN and the business organizations of the A News was received here yesterday bv state, resulted in a settlement of the Rates For Political Announcements - L. relatives of the death of Jamesinsurance muddle which forced 104 old For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .3 5.00 Engleman, which occurred in Pueblo line companies out of the state and to 10.00 Vr County Offices Colo., on last Sunday. The news of Accidently, Inflicting Dangerous Wound. a great degree disorganize! business ce15.00 State and District Offices For his death came as a severe shock to throughout the state and caused no .10 16 for Calls, per line in notwithstanding friends and relatives, On last Saturday afternoon at the little uneasiness on all sides to the in10 For Cards, per line COURT ADJOURNS UNTIL they had recently received the intel home of his father near Marksbury in suring public The settlement involves For all publications in the inter- -' ligence that he was seriously ill of this county, William the fourteen year the shelving of the notorious Greene-Glen- n in est of individuals or expresNo details as to AUGUST 24TH. old son of Mr. Mark Goins accidentally measure and steps will be taken sion of individual views, per arrangements Ky., the fumral or burial which he was to have the measure repealed at the ivj The June term of the Ga:rard circuit discharged a revolver . line . have been received, but it is supposed handling, the ball entering his stomach next session of the legislature. 05 court convened on last Monday mornObituaries, per hne that he was buried in Pueblo. and inflicting a dangerous wound. Before Circuit Judge Robert H. The deceased was born April 12, 1854, ing with Judge Charles A. Hardin pre- Drs Rose, Montgomery and Acton Stout at Paris, Guy H. Briggs of siding and all officers at their posts and Our people of Lancaster do not seem and was a son of the late Christian ready to were hastily summoned, the latter per- Frankfort, Robert Gordon of Louis wait upon the court. There For injured ville and Mr. Ryon of Louisville acting to realize that Chautauqua season Engleman of Lincoln county. was about as disconsolate a hunch of formed an operation upon the Forty several year:? previous to his departure farmers boy, which proved successful and un- in behalf of C. M. Bullitt of Louisville tickets should be bought now. showed up for jury services as of thenost prominent business men in for Colorado Mr. Engleman lived in put their faces inside the court less complications arise, there are and other citizens of the commonguaranteed an advance sale this county, owning the farm now own- ever town have splendid prospects for his recovery. wealth, asked an injunction against house, have thought each Designed of eight hundred dollars worth of tick- ed by Mr, John E. Anderson near Point Matt H. Clay. State Insurance Comand every one of them was to be tried and ets, ar.d unless this amount is sold be- Leavell. missioner, James B. McCreary, GoverHe is survived by his wife, who be- for some offense instead of Deing sumJ FARPatented gimzriwxM iMf,gaanMmiicm' -- JPflSmfina fore Monday noon they must supply a nor, Henry M. Bosworth, Auditor and iwimmiw moned as veniremen. Each one had 1887 the deficit. They do not expect to fore her marriage was Miss Pattie Rnby LafFoon, attorney for the State Faulkner, a daughter of the late Col. the same little tale of woe to tell His Iwenty-seve- n g make any money for all profits gSSSSsv! iears Ago Honor, "farm work suffering". HowCOMES Insurance Commission, restraining them will be turned over to the Wom- John K. Faulkner, one son Mr, Timothy rafPTTVJj the first Cortright Metal Shingles wereputon. from putting into effect any of the Judge Hardin was apparently v StMmpMiu-uiiiiiian's Club. They have brought the Engleman, 27 vears of age, who re- ever tf&P! provisions of the Greene-Gien- n measure. jpii j i 7TTTTrL'aiiiuiiiiiii7in i Mr. obdurate and empanelled the following Chautauqua here to show the sur- sides in Pueblo, one brother, EXECUTIVE MARSHAL," The deleiidants were represented by juries;- rounding country that Lancaster can George Engleman of El Paso Tex,, and Giiand Jury. the Attorneys Generals office, but were Along With Other New State Officials. stand in the front rank in high class one sister, Mrs. Eliza Karris of Hubble II. C. Sutton, Geo. Spoonamore y- not present in court, asitwasanagreud VETS Ky. BMKBVI 9 fJsl VC.M 1-'- w a Byj S. T. Hoover, John Henry, educational entertainments as well as There was never a more whole G. V..Rice. Under the new acts enacted by the case. Tom Hicks, in other lines. Many persons say that Judge Stout granted the injunction They're still on still in good condition, and souled, clever hearted gentleman than Robt Burnside, Thomas Hendren recent session of the legislature severthey will buy thair tickets next week the only attention they've had is an occasional J. N. Denny, al new offices are created in the state sought, declared the measure uncon'Jir.i" Engleman, and innumerable J. S. Schooler, coat of paint. but this will not aid the merchants in W. T. Watson. The and adjoining counties Kobt Hutchins, of Kentucky, one of which is "Execu- stitutional because of the failure to In addition to the lasting qualities, they're any way, as by the contract they must friends in this comply with certain preliminaries necPETIT JURIES. Standard Fireproof, Stormproof and inexpensive. will regret to hear of his death, and tive Marshal", the position being filled be sold in advance. Delay will also be essary to the passage of the bill by EverSincc Lewis Murphy. For Sale by George T. Farris, who join the Record in condolence to the S. B. Henry, by i Frank Holtzclaw, detrimental to the buyers' interests as R. I. Burton, grief stricken family. entered upon his duties last Monday. the legislature. George Denny, B. F. Leavell, the sale will soon be taken over by the The case will be taken to the court Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company. Other offices filled are that of Motor T. J. Price. Meade Teater, Itedpath management and the price of of appeals for immediate decision by Wm. Murphy, G. W. Elam, Vehicle Inspector, Thomas Byers, with tickets advanced to two dollars and a 50 North 23rd Street. PhilarielDhia. John Koyston. Jno. A. Conn, H. L. Ramsey as his assistant, Hotel that body. Loyd Bourne, half. So both to save money, and to J. B. Lawson, Those named in the petition as comInspector. Jame3 Reed, Lyne Herndon James A. Arnold, W. R. Vaughn, support our merchants who have alassistant and Rodes Settle as Bank plainants are; A. M. Larkin, of CovingTavlo'r Hignite. Jack Adams. ready shown such a splendid example ton; Charles J. Davis, of Newport, S. A. W. Dudderar, J. H. Posey, Examiner. of civic spirit and town patriotism, let G. R. Ballard, J. W. Sweeney, Home-comin- g Among the principal laws now op- P. Browning, of Maysville; C. M. BulMr. J. F. Holtzclaw, of Garrard W. Am Bourne. us buy our tickets now. Let us get R. Cook, erative are: The child labor act; local litt and Paul J. Morris, of Henderson, county, was here yesterday mingKng into the Boosters' ranks and make this After drawing the jury and keeping option amendment, prsviding that 25 and William Heyburn and Alfred Chautauqua the biggest and best thing with the court day crowd, Mr, Holtz- them in suspense for some minutes, Brandeis of Louisville. claw is a candidate for nomination for Judge Hardin with his usual considera- per cent of the voters of a county may that Lancaster has ever produced. They allege that the law is unconstipetition for an election; act providing Twenty of the prettiest girls in town Congress on the Progressive ticket. tion for the best interests of the farmtutional4 the context not conforming to the method of nominating and electing They ex- He is one of Garrard county's most ers, and to their great gratification, are looking for vu the title, and that it imposes a tax substantial citizens and stands well dismissed them until the fourth Mon- Senators; workmen's compensation act; pect to sell season tickets to every which is not uniform. This suit is part new parole and indeterminate sentence man, woman and child in Lancaster. with the business men. He is enthusi- day in August, August 24th, at which act, empowering the Judge in all cases of the agreement made between the astic over chances of his party and time they are expected to return and Don't try to dodge when you see says State officers and representatives of the Bull Moosers are here to stay serve as jurymen at the August term to fix the punishment and requiring the them coming. You will know them by Governor's approval of paroles: act the insurance companies in Louisville and to win Danville Messenger. of Qourt. Many were the words of the hats they wear. making second offense of carrying a in pursuance of which the companies thanks and gratification expressed to A petition is in circulation asking concealed weapon a felony; act requir- will resume writing fire insurance in the Judge for his kindly consideration the met chants of the city to close their ing State employes to render itemized Kentucky. They are to effect a 10 per W. H. HARRIS, Fres. JERRY DOTY, Sec'y. in taking to account the straits of the respective places of business on Thurs statements of expenses and present cent reduction on city dwellings and 25 the farmers in this the busiest season day and Friday evenings during the receipts; act limiting jurisdiction of the per cent on loose leaf tobacco and furof the year with them. session, those two occasions being the the Court of Appeals; act prohibiting nish the board copies of rates in which most interesting of the week, the great sending of children under ten years to changes are made on account of defects Gone To His Reward. "AND SOME HAVE band concert and the lecture by Rich3 that the board may take it up with HONORS the House of Reform. mond Pearson Hobson. the insurance companies and have the Mr. David F. Logan died at his home defects remedied. In the meantime a Tg. THRUST UPON THEM". in Danville on last Friday evening, and s commission is to investigate the insurwith his passing Boyle county loses one lie Dr. Will S. Elkin of Atlanta Ga., ance situation. THE NEW CIGARETTE LAW. of her best citizens and most affable who but recently made a visit to his An agreement was reached between and best beloved gf ntiemen. Tobacco dealers will find that the father Capt. T. A. Elkin in Lancaster the State officials and the insurance His remairs were laid to rest on Sun surely comes in last Legislature made a law prohibiting the above category. companies whereby the latter occupy the use of cigarettes by boys under 18 day afternoon after funeral services by While in Lancaster recently he stated tne same position as before the passage N ANOTHER NOTED EX-KEyears of age, a dangerous law to them. Dr. E. M. Green, the services being in most emphatically to a Record repreof the Greene-Glen- n measure, and it is charge of the Knights of Pythias of Any boy within the prescribed age sentative that he possessed absolutely believed that all the companies will at Mr. In order that we may not have to shut TDCKIAN found smoking tobacco may be arrested which order he wa.3 a member. no political aspirations, that he was once resume operations in the state and fined, and the fine suspended if he Logan is survived by his wife, Mrs. perfectly contented to remain'a '"pill rolupon the same basis as heretofore. Passes To His Reward. down our Ice and Ice Cream Factory when will tell from whom he secured the Sophia Bright Logan, and two sons ler the rest of his life, but if the followAmong the terms of the agreement John B. and David Jr. smoking material. It is the most drasing effusion from the pen of James B. The deceased was born in Garrard Hop. Adlai E. Stevenson, vice presi- entered into between State officers and the City Water gives out, we are building a tic cigarette law ever enacted in the county, a son of John F. and Sarah Nevin, the noted political writer in a dent under Cleveland's administration representatives of the insurance com state. recent issue of the Atlanta Georgian and a former Kentuckian, died in a panies, it is learned, are that the 10 Bailey Logan, removing from here to Lincoln county, but for many years can be accepted as true, Dr. Elkin is Chicago Hospital en last Saturday per cent reduction on city dwelling rat es and a reduction ordered by the Rat has been a resident of Boyie. He wes about to have political honors thrust night. HON. 2 a deputy sheriff at the time of his death. upon him, whether he will or no:- He was born iti Christian County, nig Board on farm property, go into UUUJ "There is a well defined and thoroughly Ky.. October 23, 1835, of Scotch-Iris- h effect at once. The reduction of 25 per popular movement on in Fulton County parentage. In 1853 his parents moved cent on loose leaf tobacco is to go into to bring Dr. William S. Elkin, the At- to Bloomington, III. He attended the effect August 1, which will be in time This reservoir has a water shed of 100 lanta druggist, into the race for the public schools and the Illinois Univer- to product the crop. Hon. Dave Smith of Hodgensville Legislature this summer, and those be- sity. acres, and is fed by several everlasting springs The commission of three is to be apwas in Lancaster Tuesday shaking hind it are very hopeful that Dr. Elkin hands with the people and telling them In 1856 he graduated from Center pointed by the Governor, the insurance Our patrons and friends can depend upon us will agree to become a candidate. just what claims he had upon them for College, Danville, Ky. There he vwas companies, Rating Board and business If he will agree, it seems pretty well a classmate of Senator Joe Blackburn men of the State each to name one, and their support for the short term in the BELIEVED TO BE to supply them with Ice and Ice Cream through assured that he will be nominated and and other Kentucky youths who later the companies are to be assessed to pay U. S. Senate, the democratic nominawithout opposition. Intion for which he is seeking. He the expenses of the commission. HEARING AN END elected became prominent in public life. out the Summer, regardless of weather conA great many friends have urged him signalized the close of his college ca- creases wil, be allowed on business AND VERY LITCLE ACCOMPLISHED. to permit the use of his name along reer by marrying a daughter of Dr. property in unprotected towns, but no ditions the City Water Supply. with that of Judge Spencer R. Atkin- Charles W. Green, president of the substitute which will increase rates Carranza Blocks Way To Settlement. son, who already has agreed to run. college. shall be made without the approval of Yours Respectfully, Both men are representative After leaving college Stevenson re- the board. The work of the Board of Mediators one is an admitted leader of It is understood that one of the in session at Niagara Falls Can. is turned to Bloomington, 111., and read the bar, and the other stands in the law. He was admitted to the bar in points in contention was the requirethought to be naring an end, in fact To z Held in The Bluegrass. of the business ment that the Rating Bureau file with it is thought that the adjourned meet- very forefront thoroughly wellworld. 1858 and began legal practice at known Dr. Elkin is At the W. C. T. U. Convention for ing to be held tomorrow, Friday, will III., where he remained until the State Rating Board copies of all the tenth Judicial district held in be their last, s they will be compelled from one end of the State to the other 1868. During these ten years he held rates. Differences seem to have been Georgetown this week; :t was decided to abandon hope of accomplishing the He generally is made the head even- the office of master in chancery four reconciled on this point by providing tually of such organizations as he allies years and to hold prohibition elections on Sept, oolitical pacification of Mexico. district attorney for a simi- that where changes are made in the Gen. himself with. He is the president of 28th in the five counties of Scott, Carranza is the cause. rate on account of defects in the risk, He has stead lar period. Association Bourbon, Fayette, Clark and Mont- fastly refused to agree to an armistice the Georgia Druggists' In 1868 he returned to Bloomington which can be remedied, copies of the , gomery. Committees have been ap- between his, the Constitutionalist now. makeup of the rate are to be filed with If Fulton will send "Bilhe" Elkin to and formed a law partnership with his pointed and a vigorous campaign will forces, and the Federal forces of Huer-t- a. cousin, James S. Ewing and for many theboard, so it can communicate with the Legislature by main force, if he be started immediately. or to agree that any person than a will not agree peacefully there already years the firm was one of the best the owner with a view to having the defect eliminated. Constitutionalist shall be chosen as are those who are seeing in him first-cla- known in Illinois' legal circles. " The relief afforded by the conference 'hi-provisional president or Mexico, Stevenson's political career dated In ' Sheakership material a session or HON. Everybody should have Lightning Rods on view of this phase of the situation, the so hence. from 1864 when he was a presidential while apparently temporary, was the 3$ mediators, unless Friday's meeting is He is a man of marked executive elector on the Democratic ticket. He quickest possible solution of the intrihomes, barns etc. 7 M prolific of something, of which thev ability and that is the first requisite made a canvass of Illinois in behalf of cate situation, and it is firmly believed have very little hope, deem it useless in the Speakership of the House. the McClellan ticket and won a repu- will lead to an amicable and satisfacto remain longer at their efforts of tory solution of the entire problem. In There is one druggist member of the tation as a political orator. APPOINTED U.S.SENETOR pacification. present House Mr. Shuptrine. of Jn 1874 Stevenson was nominated the meantime the old order of things To Succeed Late Senator Bradley. ' It is said that regardless of the out- Chatham who" is rated one of the for Congress by the greenback and will doubtless prevail as to insurance come, Huerta will resign and that elec- strong and influential men parlies in the 13th Il- throughout the state, until the next therein. On Tuesday Gov. McCreary appoint- tions will be held in Mexico in July to He will be returned to the next Legis- linois district against General John sesion of the legislature when final and ed Hon. Johnson N. Camden Jr., IK S. choose his successor. In the meantime lature, andvif he meets Elkin there, McNulta, Republican. The Democrats satisfactory adjustment of the entire Senator to fill out the unexpired time Gen. Villa has tendered his resignation a great team likely will be framed up! considered the case hopeless and did matter will be had. In the meantime of the late Senator W. O. Bradley un- to his chief. Gen. Carranza, following Another reason why so many drug not hold even a convention. The en- the uncertainty is at an end and a sigh til an election can be held to name his a rumored rupture between the two; gists and physicians incline to look suing campaign was exciting and of relief goes upjjfrom all quarters of successor. "Mr. Camden left for his followers have declined to accept with great favor upon the proposed Stevenson was elected by a majority the stat. Washington Tuesday night to take his any substitute for Villa as their chief, Elkin candidacy s is because there is to over General McNulta of 1,233 votes. seat, which he will occupy until the all of which creates confusion in the be a sustained effort made to provide In 1876 he again was elected to OR AN IMPAIRED AP-- Before leaving ranKs oi ine constitutionals, and ser for an effective legal bureau of vital Congress for the same district 6n the. November election. Mr. Camden filed his petition for the ves to more deeply complicate the al- statistics in Georgia. ' and Dr. Elkin greenback, ticket although he was PETITE. . HI "'and am now in position to complete a job on democratic nomination for the short ready deeply eutangled situation in unquestionably would be bf great ser- supported by the Democrats' he determ. This makes the third candidate Mexico.. To improve the appetite strengthen yuur numc cu a vci v aiuau i.uai. vice to the entire State in the work of clined to put up a candidate. for ths short term, the petitions of Notwithstanding the above informa putting such, a bureau intelligently on In 1884. Stevenspn led the Illinois the digestion try a few doses of ChamGet my prices berore having any work of this kind done. Phone Gen. Bennett H. Young of Louisville tion gleaned from the latest press di: its feet. delegation to the Democratic National berlain's Tablets. Mr. J. H. Seitz, of ) Bryantsville Exchange. No 50-and Hon. Dave Smith of Hodgensville patches, official 'Washington expresses Dr Elkin has not said what he will Conventio'n whichf nominated Grover Detroit, Mich., says: "They restored having been already filed. He will re- the opinion that the peace conference do about the Legislature suggestion. Cleveland' for President. relieved In 1897 he my appetite when impaired, HARRISON' 'DEAN, BptSVille, turn from Washington as soon as pos- Is progressing nicelyand entertains a The pressure on him already has be- was appointed a member of a com me of a bloated feeling and caused a strong hope and, belief that peace will come heavy, and it is becoming heavier mission, which visited Europe- - in an ef ple'asant,and satisfactory movement of. sible and enter actively into the. ??css? ' come of their efforts. every, day, however. fort to secure international bimetalism the bowels" For sale by all dealers. J. . ROBINSON. Editor. R. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. Miss Nannie Woods Engleman and Mr. Alfre'd Pence, both well known awarded to Master Joe Cabell Ramsey and popular young people of Stanford, in the Record contest about a year ago, surprised their many friends by motor- figured in a smasn up on Wednesday IN A SMASH DP. "Record" the pretty little pony GOOD BUSINESS INSURANCE MUDDLE SETTLED HERE. EMLlAN. afternoon, which resulted in severe bruises to his owner and his little sister Lucile. While driving near Mr. Bur-de- tt Ramseys on their way home, a shaft clip broke, allowing the shafts to drop and frightening the little ani mal, when he began to run. The children were thrown out and received several severe bruises, but we e. are glad to say none of a serious Mrs. Ramsey went for the children in Mr. Sam Haselden's machine and they are at home nursing their injuries, but getting along nicely. The pony was uninjured, bat the little cart suifered a broken dash board and shafts. na-tpr- YOUNG ' SHOOTS SELF typhoid-pneumoni- a. EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build ment Silos 12, 14 and feet diameter, any height. We have had many experiences this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, if you need cement work of any kind. PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. one-wou- ld GEORGE !. 2;fei5 ryys -- il.ri r l JMs CAUDATE OR IGRES Lancaster to-da- y. KZOI ore d Fair. 6, 7, 8, 1914. -- AUGUST SPLENDID GENTLEMAN ii r tftt&&ifl&&&ti&a t&ms&&&&&6w&i s DAVE SMITH nnnnnn gallon Reservoi IN TOWN. WORK OF BOARD OF MEDIATORS II of SECTIONS lue Grass Dairy & Ice Co immm&&?w&& wimfflMfimiwr ss JOHNSON CANDEN JR. their I have the agency fdr the Joseph Barnet .- f Of Lightning of River Side Iowa. f Spiem I nods I l 1 asft .. h V . ( The Central Record,' Thursday June te, 1914. Pag:e 5 MAKING SPLENDID OFFICER. Deputy Collector A. C. Bowling is establishing a record for himself right from the start. He has just returned from a raid through Jackson and Ows ley counties, where in company with other deputies he destroyed four big moonshine stills, and after only two days intermission, departed for Rockcastle county on a like mission. Mr. Bowling formerly lived in Garrard where he has many fiiends. He is a brother of Mr. Green Bowling of the county and Mrs. W, S. Carrier of Lan- EfD OLIVER I NG HI! WO & Co. :c 3CZ 3C Gossip About People v X1 I A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. J. H. Mount, Son iz n HERE'S i Mr. Ed. G. Doty left Tuesday for his home in Pecos Tex. Miss Katie Dickerson of Richmond came Monday to visit relatives and friends, mond spent Sunday McCormick. Mrs. Elizabeth Henderson of Richwith Mrs. Sallie AN INTERESTING CASE. D Full of the newest de5g?& signs in Spring and Sum mer Dress Goods, and just received from our Pretty wholesaler. things to interest the ladies, dainty fabrics that are sure to be soon worn by our wisest Plenty of pat terns to choose from.but all the materials of the latest designs and best qualities. Come and look at them and they will coax you to buy, as they are earnest cas-tome- rs. Mrs. Margaret King of McKinney is visiting her sisters Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett. Eldpr F. M. Tinder was in Lexington Tuesday for a meeting of the "School of Methods". Miss Ida Potts has returned to Cincinnati after a visit to her sister Mrs. Davis Prather. Mrs. Lewis Nave and children of Shelby City have been visiting Lan caster relatives. Elder F. M. Tinder will preach on Thursday evening at the home of Mr. Breathitt Brown. a S THE CASH STORE. u id NO ONE IS BARRED. from indulgence in our lemon soda or Everybody other bottled beverages. can drink as much as thev like without danger or discomfort. Our drinks are as wholesome as thev are pleasant and you know how much that means when once you have tested them. Lancaster tling CO. BotPhone 202. Next week will be Chautauqua week. Our SODA FOUNTAIN V will be especially equipped for the occasion. McRoberts Orug Store. V v.Tvj.-"- Z J,iTC."&r Ti T") H&T Ass't Cash'r. ""ira rsa tsra juarez Book-Keepe- &xj &trr fss Vice r. B. F. HUDSON, President. J W. O. P.igney, J. J. WALKEK, Jon J. Walkek, Jr., Prest. W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ORGANIZED 1SS3. Miss Martha Ball RatiilF of Sharp- burg is with her friend Miss Mattie Adams for a visit. Dr. E. V. Edwards wife and little Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Haseldcn and son of Knoxville have been guests of sons motored to Nicholasville for a lr. Jesse Hendren. short visit to relatives. Mr. Wm Goodloe of Paris was here! MLm Bessie Tarter of Somerset is last week with his cousins Mrs. D. M. the guest of her niece Miss Kate Ham ' ' Lackey and daughter. at their suburban home. Mrs. T. M. Wilson of Bowling Green Misses Clara and Marv Bowland have is here for a visit to her parents Mr. returned to Richmond after a visit to aim .urs. j. n. ..lount. l vr nn.l M 'joper. Misses Stella and Christine Brown Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendien of are enjoying a visit to their sister Mrs. Madison have been visiting Misses Raymond Hendren in Kirksville. Bessie and Eunice Prather. Several Garrard county teachers are Mrs. Robert Burnside and little contemplating an outing at Lake Chau daughters have returned from a week's tauqua during the heated season. visit to Louisville relatives. Mesdames Alex West and James i Reverend and Mrs. J. V. Rea"le Dudderar left Sunday to visit Mrs. ' visited Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Hill at Charles Denman In Nicholasville. Buckeye the first of the wehk. Mrs. Jack Adams returned last week Miss Nancy Walker who has been from a pleasant visit with herdaugeter teaching in one of the city schools in Mrs. O. U. Terrill at Jenkins, Ky. Atlanta returned home Tuesday. Mrs. George Henry Smith and childMrs. Emma Kauffman. accompanied ren of Birmingham, Ala.,, are with her her daughter Mrs. John Shackelford to parents Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Henry. her home in Chicago for a months stay. Miss Belle Smith of Point Leaveli is Mrs. W. O. Rigney and daughter visiting relatives in Corbin, Middles-bor- o Miss Alice were recent guests of Mr. and other eastern Kentucky points.. and Mrs. James Walker in Richmond. Misses Mary and Gertrude Gaines Miss Bertha Flannery returned to and little Lucile Ballew of Stanford are her home in Paris Wednesday after an visitors of Mr. and Mrs E. C. Gaines. extended visit to her brother Mr. W. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Denman of M. Fianerv. Nicholasville motored to Lancaster Miss Allie Arnold a successful teach- Sunday to see Mr. Alex West and er in the D and D College near Pitts-- I wife. burg Penn., came Wednesday for the Mesdames W. L. Lawson, Emma summer vacation. Higginbotham and Cleveland Rose Mrs. E. N. Ingram and daughter. motored to Stanford rnd were guests j Mis3 Mabel of Pineville will be the of Mrs. Bell Perkins. j guests during Chautauqua week of Miss Allie Hendren attended the Miss SaIHe Lou Myers. Richmond Normal Commencement ex-- 1 Mrs. Ben Ham of Hyattsville was ercises and delivered an excellent toast called to Somerset this week by the at the Alumii Banquet. serious illness of her aged father, Mr, Mr. and Mrs. James I. Hamiiton are Samuel Tate of that city. making extensive improvements to Mrs. J. C. Robinson returned Friday their recently purchased home the from a two weeks visit with her sister "Weisinger place", preparatory to Mesdames Jones of Winchester and moving into it. Richardson of Lexington. ! , I I Col. W. S. Ferguson is down from Covington to spend a part of the busy Dr. and Mrs. W, M. Elliott motored season on his farm. , Miss Etta Mackeylef t this morning to Danville Tuesday- Miss Rella Arnold was a visitor in for Lexington where she will visit friends before returning to her home Crab Orchard Tuesday. in Ohio Miss Lillie Noel of Danville is 'the Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald came over giiSt of Miss Katie Simpson. from Danville Wednesday for a short Mrs. E. L. Owsley spent several visit to her'parents Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wilkerson. days with Nicholasvjlle friends. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hubbard, of Miss Robinson, of Jeffersonville, is Corington, motored through from that the guest of Mis3 Delia Tinder. city Wednesday and are guests of Mr. Horace Walker of Louisville is with aud Mrs. J. E. Stormes. his sister, Mrs. George Robinson. Friends will learn with legret that Mrs Elizabeth Denny of Lexington Mr. Wm Mees has resigned his position is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Givens in R. E. McRoberts drug store and will Terrill. return to his home in Louisville. Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie has returned Mr. Peter Wells who is recovering from a visit to Mr. and W. C. Price of from an attack of typhoid fever will Danville. leave shortly to resume his operations in the real estate field in Alabama. Wm. Rhiheart of Louisville is Lere for a visit to his aunt Mrs. Robert The many friends of Mr. John W, 'Walter are gratified to see that clever Burnside. Mr. Baker Walker of Nicholasvillle gentleman again able to be upon the was here Sunday with his bister Mrs. streets after a recent severe illness. W. 0. Rigney. Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Woolfolk and daughters of Lexington made a short Miss Muttie Flanery is visiting her stay with Mesdames T. L. Broddus and grandparents Mr. and Airs. C. B. Wm Lear while motoring to Stanford Flanery of Paris. to see relatives. Joe F. Price of Atlanta, Ga., came Mrs. Jack Adams entertained at a (i Tuesday for a visit to his parents' Mr. o'clock dinner Tuesday evening, the and Mrs. Ed Price. honor guests being Mr. and Mrs. John Miss Janie Terrill left Wednesday Boner, and Mrs. Sallie Maret of Camp for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. 0. U. Nelson and Mrs. Helen Hackney of London. Terrill in Jenkins Ky. Lex- Joe Burnside was a visitor in ington Tuesday. YOOUHNDITINIHlSCOLUilN. J FOR SALE. In order to settle ui estate, will sell $1000. wortliof land notes, well secu-e- d on Garrard county property. Apply at this office. 1 mo. NOTICE. having claims, against the late Cary Mullins will present sjine to me properly proven at my ofilce in Lancaster Ky. Wm. 11. Johnson, ll-3- t. Admr. of Cary Mullins. . I All persons caster. KKYANTSYILIjK NOTICE. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stormes, Mr. W. R. Cook and Mrs. W. B. Mason. Wednesday. motored to Lexington Mr. Stormes attended the state Phar maceutical meeting which is in session there this week. Mr. R. E. Hughes and littledaughter Margaret came down last Friday for a visit to home folks, returning Sun day afternoon and taking with them Misses Gladys Frisbie and Christine Sanders for a weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Arnold and children of Birmingham Ala., and Mr. John C. Burnside of San Angelo Tex., are making their annual visit to their parents Mr. and Mr3. Jas. G. Burnside of Point Leaveli. Miss Willie Wilkerson entertained at an enjoyable picnic in the spacious grounds of Miss Kathleen Walter the guests of honor being Misses Lucile Wilkerson of Liberty, Miss Martha Ball Ratliff of Sharpsburg, and Edna Berkel of Bryantsville. have made arrant;-ir.ent- ! with J Miss Elizabeth Bryant has been W. Zaring Grain Milling Co of Richvisiting relatives at Richmond. mond to buy wheat tor them .it this Miss Lee Bell of Danville is visiting place and will pay the best riarket her grandmother Mrs. Nathan Noe. price. Call for price before 3elling. W. F. Parks. Paint Licl.-.-. Messrs J. C. Williams and R. M. Moss went to Georgetown Tuesday. Mrs. J. C. Williams and attractive NOTICE. children are spending the week in All persons having claim; .rtiT4t Louisville. the estate of Willis Myers Jrei a il Mrs. Wesley Walker and children of will present same property rj.- i, Lancaster were week end guests of the undersigned c.eeutor or n Mrs, B. P. Swope. ney, II. Clay Kauifman for p..; i Mrs. Jane Poyr and daughter Mrs. once. Those indebted to saici m Broaddus of Stanford have been visit- will call upon me or my rtton od ing relatives in this community. settle san.e at once. I. C. Willi.ims, V. Mis- - Patty Belle Burke attended the ' - rf m Commencement exercise's of Hamilton the will Coils-Re- . at Lexington last week. OLD DRIPPING Dr. E. II. Pearee w.'l fill hi- regular appointment at the Methodist church Kentucky Famous Sura .11 Jte i r next Sunday morning and evening. l'.il ' lis now open for Sea-o- u Mr. and Mrs. .1. Hogau Ballard re- new management, i.pwly i." turned home Saturday after pending and thoroughly repaired two weeks in Nicholasville and Lex- you first class tare ami l a ington. tiens. Rales $8. per Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk and class Liveri and fed Stat'ie daughters. Misses Anna Lee and necticn. Kates reasonable. Margerite and .Mr. Bryan Ballard, of John D. Wilson. l'r Lexington motored over Sunday and were the guet ot Mss. E. II. Ballard. Mr. Charley Dean was taker, quite ill Saturdav night very suddenly and 3CSNT has been in quite a precarious condito $2Q0,00C tion, lie is resting better at piesent and his many friends are hoping for Let Us Explain. his speedy recovery. It Coms Yo-.- i Nt.tlin; v ofWill:-sMyersI!rva"v SPJK '-t -- . 1 (M-2m- o. qpEa paps iftnic- $1,000 We Save Yon Money. JEW LIST OF Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. I 5.f, !3?SSSTA'?ss??75ffKfssssKS!'ra favorite Recipes ;Qf )$&l Known BY MISS LILLIAN KINNAIRD, Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. - ' j 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. jnwrt args F,Hm ia7 wwi. axm vk mats t.m. smlivhk aiTUfcA nMtwiK trrx omen. Ky, of Lancaster, 'IBBSEBEBe&EBSSSBBSEBEBBESSBZm SALLY LONN. 1 pznmTttzzttZMWvvA&MMtiiM&wwn pint sweet cream. We Write Anv Kind of 2 pint flour. 2 eggs. 2 teaspoons baking powder. 1 ANO Office at National Bank. teacup sugar. J. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, A. 8EAZLEY & CO. Ky. Phone 27. CLEARANCE SAfeE. i'yi6giag? 6yg!tf5tSil!l?f' To The People Who v From June 10th to July 1st will sell Anticipate n9 Tobacco We !CJ vt I gr V ,"''',KC HATS AT COST. All Shapes, Colors and Kinds from SOcts up. Everything Cash during the Sale. Bari3sSi arrange- h. jtks-? Yl Itsssy LM ?kA mif;. ,,"!f1 I Miss Rella Arnold. have made ments with our mills for these special bills, and can .give prompt service. We are making the special price of $1.80 per hundred F. 0. B. cars Lancaster. We are also making a specialty on painted and galvanized roofing. u M Don't fail to see us when in need of lumber or roofing. ROYAL Clbsolutety 'Pure Home-Baki- ng Lancaster Lumbar 4 S MIc Co. Makes Successful and Easy Misses Gladys Frisbie and Christine Sanders who are visiting Mrs. R. E. IS. Hughes in Louisville, were on Monday evening the guests of Mrs. Lawrence Jones at an elaborate luncheon at the Purchasers get the benefit of our 10 Seelbach Ratskeller, the remainder of years expeiier.ee in the business. the evening being spent at Fontaine Look for other bargains listed in next Ferry Park. issue. Owners of farms who want to Mrs. Moreau Mason of New Rich sell should see us at once. mond Ind. is expected shortly for a 44 acres, 37. mile from No 473. visit to Mrs. Givens Terrill and other Lancaster, 3,000. county relatives. Mrs. Mason Garrard before her marriage was Miss Jennie No 47.1. CO acres, good land, brick Terrill, a daughter of the late Mr. residence, 4 miles from town, per cere, 90. Oliver Terrill, a former well known No 47G. 12S acres, good land well citizen of the Paint Lick locality. improved, 4 miles out close to pike. per acre, 75. No 477. 180 acres on uike 2$ CRACKS AT CREATION. out. per acre, $100. Did you know; No 4S1. 97 acres. U miles from That next week's Chautauqua is go- - town, per acre, $125. Ing to be a success in every particular. No 4S3. 310 acres of good land, on That tickets are selling fast by the pike, near Buena Vista good improve- ladies of the Women's Club, who have ments per acre $05. No 484. 243 acres, on pike. 4 miles that feature in charge. That tickets can also be secured at from town- - l'er aere' $75- No 4S3. Gl acres, in 2 miles of town, all the drug stores for $2.00 each good unimproved, per acre. $90. for the entire week. No 4Su 20G acres of good land in . . . That ArthurJoseph thinks he is going nigh state of cultivation, good unto fool his friends by not letting them provements. Is miles from town, per HJ know the night of his return. ot That they will find it out, goes with- - per acre, 9i out saying and what they will do for No 4S7. 1G1 acres on pike 4 miles him will be a plenty. from town per acre, $So. Y n $ 60 nee on nike 3 miles out That Cabell Denny can drive his car like a Barney Oldfield. anddoes'nihave well improved. 5135. No 139. 54i acres'well improved, on to go to Danville now to turn 'round Ike, possession, $5500. ThatJoeHaseldenisthe man that No 490 136J acres, on pike, near put "Bott" in the Lancaster Bottling Bryantsville, 3 houses, main dwelling Plant. That his house is taxed to its fullest new with s rooms, modern and up to date water works, gas lights. 2 tobac- capacity to supply his trade. $12-- That quite a number from here heard ro "?? No 49K 1S acres of h" u class land, Stanley in Danville last Monday. That every one pronounced it the 2 miles out. 2 large tob.cco barns, per . best speech he had made in this cam- - acre .. SI "0 " No 492. 100 acres of tobacco land, palVn highly improved, Buckeye, on .r that the telephone service is not as'(IP'ke. per acre, $12o.near ; m;i ,v, -- : !, , ..., ., - ....,,.... .. ...v -- .v... ,..,,.. Mn .10 Cnitj.rol rmff f cnlanliil t, That when you get a number and ' wish to be disconnected for another "ty property for sale. mile from number, it takes about a dav and a I 496. 100 acres of land, pike, 4 miles half. j Lancaster & Lexington That the school trustees have con - from Lancaster, good improvements, verted the school campus into a sheep large tobacco barn, well worth the ranch. price of $100. per acre. That over one hundred head' bleated ' 497 222 acres of fine land near Lan- and bawled there all of last Monday caster & Lexington pike, splendid im- nl, t-- some of the prettiest girls that provements, at $90. per acre. That . . . 4y8" ui, Pveu. near raint ever visited Lancaster are in our midst Lick graded school at $9o. per acre. That one of them made, this office a 499. iJJ acres of rich land, ngnt on , P'ke, well improved, 2 miles of Lancas- pleasant call last Tuesday morning. That 15 beautiful ponies will be sold ter, priced at $120. per acre and is on the streets here next Monday morn- - worth it. No 501. 45 acres, new houseon pike. , ing. That some one will get a bargain and near Bryantsville. $100. per acre. j others will be sorry they didn't bid. jj0 502. 90 acres, 170 yards' from That Captain Eikin seems glad his town limits of Lancaster on Lexington place dicbi't seil and we doubt if he Avenue, unimproved, beautiful buildever offers it again. ing sites, a bargain at $150. peracre. That Mr. Will West still has the 503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile Post Office and lots of people dont care from pike, fertile land, highly improved if he has. of! That the patrons on Route number 3 lies well, splendid water, susceptible are complaining about not getting the division into two or three farms. $95. I per acre. Record regular. 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from j That some of those good republicans (i;2 '"Lancaster, large tobacco barn one other j on this route are laying it to the level building site fronting ' son administration. 110. per aera. pike. That cupid has been playing havoc with. the Joseph Mercantile Co., in the For further particulars write or call past week and threatens to make fur on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real estate men. Lancaster, Ky. ther inroads. Cheapside and Short Street. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY W. King Statement Of The & Son, Owaenbip, iilarage-- raent, Circuloticc. Etc., B7 The Reautd Ad Of Ausi! 24, 1912. Of The Central Record put Weekly at Lancaster. Ky. ttr Ann! 1914. - pf Editor, J. K. UoLm i II. I, fc l..tn Managing Editor. il. ... '.1 . Business .Manager, Publisher, The Central Rt-- n! ' i. r poraied. :s Owners: (If a corpora tiiMi names and the nanif s ami ai!dr s?c of stockholders holding 1 per cent 01 ir re of total amount of stock. If not a jr poration. give3 name? and addr se of individual owners.) The Central Record. J. E. Robinson, Lancaster, K1'. Francis C Robinson. Ijanciister K R. L. Elkin. Lancaster. Ky. Known bondholders, mortgngit or other security holdeis. ho.iiing Olllis cent or more of total amoun! (If mortgages, or other securtif. there are none, so state.) None. Average number of copies ci each issue of this publication sold or distributed, through the mails or Otb- -r wise, to paid snbscribers during the six months preceding the dat. shown above. (This information is ri nred from daily newspaper: only. R. L. Elkir. before Sworn to and this second day of June. 19!-!(J.I Smith Jr.; Notary Public. mission expires February Itl. Kir c f sub-crib- ed . tt . 1 - When In j Danville Visit. The LAD! ELIZABETH REFRESHMENT , it a3- . SHOP AT DAVIS' Drug Store. Next Door to Court House. ' Va . JC , r- - Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday June 18, 1914. Copper King, 4582. This handsome and royally bred saddle stallion will make the season at my place; one m'Ae north of Bryantsville, on Lexington pike at John Morgan, Jr., 3705. at $8.00 for Horse Mule, $10.00 Mare Mule and SEED CORN I have Boone County White and Red Cob CORN from the crops of 1912, also Reids Yellow Dent crop of 1913 which has been carefully hand picked as well as all other farm Seeds. Write for samples and prices. Use Kerosene ijl J y ?P I I i John Morgan, Jr., was sired by John Morgan, he by Marmaduke and out Copper King is a chestnut sorrel, with star and three white feet and was foaled , . in 1910. He is by Lord Highland 2733, Dam Dwight Cora, 1453, by Forrest of an imported Jennet. Will also stand two more good Jacks. One 5 years old and one 6 years old at 101. he by Mambrino Forrest, he by Ned Forrest Jr. Lord Denmark, Denmark, $8.00 FOR HORSE MULE AND $10.00 FOR MARE MULE. by Highland Denmark, by Black Squirrel, by Black Eagle 74. Lord Highland dam, Mrs. Culvers 3711, liv H trrison Chief, 1606. by Clark Chief. Copper King These Jacks are both by John Morgan, Jr. 3705. 1st dum Kentucky Best, besides being royally bred, is :t fina individual, perfect in conformation, style registered No. 2654. and action. At the snine time and place 1 will stand :nv rodel 5 year old jack, $15.00 To Insure A Living Colt. $10.00 for Jennet. dti & ll!3i fFIIP?$ W. BUSfl NELSON, Lexington, Ky. COMBINED STALLION. will make the season of 1914 BLACK JIM. At $3 0.00 to Insure A Living Colt. Hlack Jim i 15 hands high, with good bone, bead and ears and a good breeder. 1 consider him thp best jack in county. This jack 13 subject to register and his pedigree can be" furnished at the barn, A lien will be retained on all colts until the season is paid. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. Squirrel Peavine at my barn at R M. BEyantsvilie Phone 53-R. Moss, He is 5 years old, 16 hands high, black and is sired by Ky. Peavine, 2889, he by Rex Peavine 1796, he by Rex McDonald 833. His dam Black Dave by Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark and he by Imp. Hedgeford. He holds a hgh head and tail, has good action and as much style as old Peavine and has proven himself to be a good breeder. A lien will be retained on all colts to secure the payment of season. Will use every means to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE Kerosene can usually be bought for about half the price of gasoline and Bryantsville, Ky. Phone 338-G- . T. O .HIUL, down a chick's throat cures gapes, A few drops in the drinking water cures ana 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.Ieiiigton.Ij Buckeye, Ky. Mr Breeder have you heard the news AY will not buv DON V&RRI6K JACK the season cf 1914, at my barn 3 miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike at Will make BUCK JOE, THE $1(10 00 ALDRIDGE either one of them. ta the daddy of two fine children, a boy and a girl. They were both over 42 $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. inches high when foaled pud Don't forget the pretty spotted pony and think of the price, only $8.00 each to insure. S. H. ALDRIDGE, MYATTSVILLE, KY. Don Verrick, by Onward Silver 2:05i (who sold for $25,000) by Onward, he by George Wilks, 1st dam by Wilks Boy 2:24J, 2nd dam Mary, by Boggs Grey Eagle, dam of the Wag 2:15 and Madlem Patten, dam of Robber 2:10; Billy Wilton 2:20, Winchester 2:19j. 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 15J hand Jack at The undersigned hereby rrve 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. Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. W. B. Ray. S. L. Rich. J. C. Morgan. We will add other names for 25 cent.' cash. POSTED will develop as much power on a gallon of kerosene as on a gallon of gasoline. kerosene engine Bear in mind that in a Fairbanks-Mors- e one you can absolutely rely upon. They are fully you have developed and will do all we claim for them. Equipped with throttling governor and built-i- n magneto. Start easily even in cold weather. '"' While designed especially for kerosene these engines will "use either kerosene or gasoline economically. Very simple in construction. All parts accessible. Quiet, smooth running engines that develop full power at low speed. Fairbanks - Morse Oil Engines M Haselden Bros. i.aiiv,aaici, "fc Write for Catalog 21A80 4 1 lit .jr. T ukeo f Denmark. Jr, This richly bred Saddle Stallion will make the season of 1914 at my stable, on the Buckeye pike, about 2 miles from Lancaster. Ky. at the low price of $8.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Winner on the Track and In the Show Ring Against the Best in the Land. The only real proof of the individuality and soundness of the stallion is the show liug. It gives Melrose Farm great pleasure to again offer the sern vices of the horses. Thistle Doune, winning race record 2:09 oa the grand circuit and winner of the champion roadster stallion class at considered by many the Kentucky Stata Fair, 1913, and Chimewood, 2:19 the handsomest trotting stallion in the world, winner of the trotting bred station class at the Kentucky Fair, 1913. who recently sold for $40,000.00 in Europe and ltildy McGregor 2:06 Lissie 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 2:29 and who has a large number and Madora Doune (2), 2;26 of colts in training in the bands of Kentucky's famous reinsinan, Ben Kennedy, and it is confidently expected that a number will race to fast records this.year. Chimewoofl has the destinction of being more sought after by Govern-m- rt C"!imissiO'i than auv stallion in America, and they offered the largest pricH, 5.oy).0) cash, they offered for any stallion, which w.is refused. TERMS are Thistle Dounte. $35.00 to insure; Chimewood, $25.00 to insure. Mares kept on grass at owner's risk. For further information and extended breeding and J descriptive catalogue, address, Local and long distance DAKl'ILLE, KY. G. phone 128. well-know1- -4 1-- 4 3-- 4. 4, 13-- 4, $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. A lien will be retained on all colts to secure the payment of season. Will use every means to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting J. CECIL. BLEUCHER Standard Registered Vol. 46158. Reconl 2:29'. Trial 2:14. Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27'-.- . Trotler, Brown Stallion, about 152 hands, foaled 1M(5. 18. AiO"ii- - to-- ', i:i1 Birr of r, dams - KogiuIm ( SO (Ml. lit Id cot iiecora z:i Miecf I;ill 187M r I Imrk Night Mre of 21 Huik sattj.;.: VI'R:ck-K!ialnrS?i;' Mftiulon i H'liliy Ul) i;ihiii lirook Mi 'iniiH-i-r,- . (rent hroori marc lircnl 2.itHclll.r..V I.id ?!, eir (M.iln 2II.r.7 - light 2:0.i'i. Ilnelitllelit Hurt Wilts lilt . . 28inc Fettrcli- of 65. I " 1i"i "-- 3 Wnlu ti) VJ."!4 ntcueher :i"M 17: nut of tt Imlf K. lam f !.ala s'.rttr to Silent l:iok efl of llreuda Yorke I CJnerii Klliel :jr MMIIuuore 10". i:my4. I'trno SMili. Native Itelle (1) 2:0CH. JHiii of Bui:iii 'IiWj. (it 2:(W4. Silver Silk Molirlco (31 2:07'.; Susie I Will.cf r,.nno...i kOOO.2 .21?., N. IS) iMii, etc. Mir of Carl Wilkes 2 C4J5 Rvttr CUy ( JCIIIIV ji:tv. JIMII KlSICr IO MK'lll llj llnir Clav 4:.. ltrook2:0fiJ4. Redrlie Olny 1 41 SST.'. and Brook Lilly Clay Ham of Sil.-i.- t dam of Vtuel-Hl'A- . i:UM. r.cddle Clnv 1 Ail- - II.in V.lay i23Hi. Mrr of I. damp of AO. NoriM.l lU'll i:y rtoiHOOtlS!. liaion Will.cs 47V. 2:18. .itiMif i'2 iliJMU.etc. CyM Klnio 27T.. (IrtHl llrood Mare. at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting Unprecedented RecordFor a Young Sire at Rowland, L & N to all points South Season 1914 at Bellevue Stock Farm, I offer for public service 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 Foaled 1903 train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Insure A LivinglFoal. At To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon KENTUCKY'S CHOICE 3765, Sire My Own Kentucky, byChester Dare 10. Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling 1st dam. Little Kata 5821, by Prince of Denmark 425. Green, and at Bardstown Junction to 2nd dam, bv Jupiter son of Commodore. Bardstown & Springfield. 3rd dam, bv Stump, the Dealer 92. No 9; 8:42 p. m. 1910 show record, 35 first including 8 championships. 1911 show record. 41 To Stanford, connecting with fast first including 15 championships and 2 grand championships. 1912 only made 20 train to Bristol & Atlanta. shows, winning 16 firsts, including 3 champions, 3 seconds and 1 fourth. 1913 shown 10 times, winning 10 firsts. Has won first for the past three years at Lexington in breeding and herd classes. He won first in 1912 and 1913"at Kentucky State Fair in the class for best stallion in service, defeating in 1913 his Official Directory Of Garrard County. full brother, Kentucky's Best. Kentucky's Choice has headed the winning herd at the Kentucky State Fair for the past two years. He is today America's Circuit Judge Hon. C'miries A. Hardiu. greatest Saddle Stallion, not as a matter of opinion but as a demonstrated fact. Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emmet Pnr- Sire of Imperator et Rex. which sold at 15 months for $1500, again before two jear. years old for $3900, the highest price ever paid for a Saddle-bre- d colt of the Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. Brown Master same age. Sire of Richard de Lion, won more prizes than any yearling out Trustee Commissioner W.F.II.Koblnso Jury Kunl Beuj. season. A 1914 foal, dam Edna Mae, has just been sold for $1500 to Mat Official Court Stenographer Miss one Shelby last Mason. S. Cohen and James Gay. This colt to be delivered in October. At the Danville Fair. Kentucky's Choice and his get won the classjor the County J udKeC. A. Arnold. County Attorney O. C. Walker. best horse and five of his colts, Kentucky's Choice colts won every first prize County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. given for Saddle-bre- d sucklings at both the Danville and Stanford Fairs, includ- Deputy clerk Harry Tomlinsou. ing stakes at both places and were higa up in the ribbons at the Blue Grass and Coroner J, A. Jones. C. A the only other places where shown. Mares pastured at $3.00 per Sheriff HLerifl"Robiuson. I State Fairs, Deputy tieorge T. month, grain fed at $2.50 perweek. Ship mares to me at Danville over the Superiuteudant ol schools Ballard. Miss Jennie Hlg Southern and C. & 0., to Parksville over the L. & N. AH mares will receive gins. my personal attention and all care taken to prevent accidents but not responsi- Aasessor Rave.Sanders. Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. ' ble should any occur. For further particulars, address Koss. Jailer LOGAN HUBBLE. 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 ac cidents but not responsible should any occur. be-fo- rd Giarence Beazley SEASON 1914. Kentucky's $75.00 Choice 3765. t CHIEF NAPOLEON, No. 5107. This royal bred Jack will make the season at my place at $10.00 for horse mule, ?12.50 for mare mule, S20.00 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, 1934. 2nd. Dam Joe Blackburn 1454, by Daisy, 1215. Hill Nanoleon 3rd. by Baughman Napoleon, 2nd. he bv 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 1 ever owned. He has served only two jennets and both are with foal. He is 15 hands high, black with white points. I will also stand another fine Jack JOE MCDOWELL, Agt., Danville, Ky. vipervisorof Roads Cleveland Treasurer J.W. Elmore. MAGISTRATES. Dae Mourn-- . We have for sale some nice two years old and yearlings in both Stallions Brook 19709. 2:i(i. s:re of Billy Burk 2:031, Meadow . Brook 2:06, Shawbay 2:07J. Zarrine 2:012. Betty Brook 2:09J. Emma Brook 2:092, Lady and Fillies, sired by Kentucky's Choice, out of dams by such sires "as Chester Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:!ul, Silent Brigade (2) 2:10i, Margaret Bathgate Dare 10, Rex Peavine, Highland Denmark. Chester Chief and, Dignity JDare. (4) 2;1H, etc. Sired dam of Cn my Direct (4) 2:07J, etc. His dam, Jenny A few select brood mare in foal to Kentucky Choice. Clay, also produced Iteddie C,'?y 2:25J, and was grandam of I'rue 2:21J. Kereiio 2:05 nloko 24457. bin-o- f (winner Kentucky Futurity), Brenda Yorke (3) 2:0SJ (Futurity winner.) (5) 2;0JJ, Native Belle (2) 2:07j (Futurity winner,) (3) 2:06 (champion filly) Manrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity winN. (3) 2:09i (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10 ner), S:lver Silk (4) 2;03J, Mobel2:10J, Moches,ter2:10i, Momaster 2:11. Siliko (3) 2:11 (Futurity winner) etc. S:.-e- d dams of The Harvest- -t 2:01 (champion trotting stallion), Vito (4) 2:09i, Martha Tipton (4) o'Neil (3) 2:132, etc. Brother to Bumps 2:03J, Baron D. 2:10. etc Bleucher 46158, record trial mile 2:14J. half in 1:00, last quarter in He 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the great Futurity sire Moko A grand combination of two of the best race horse fami- J. N. White 1st. Dist. Logan I sou 2nd. Dist. Johu S. 11dm 3rd, Dist James Coldiiou 4th, Disl. COUNTY KUAKD OF EDUCATION. At $6. for Horse Mule and $9. for Mare Mule. He is 15J hands high, black with white points 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. Beecher Morgan. SEASON Thonips Arnold. Jr. 1st. Dist. 1111 McMurtrj 2nd. Dist. O. J Hendreu. 3rd. Dist. Thomas I". King, llli. Dist. CITY OF LANCASTER. Mayor L. G. Davidson. City Judge J. 1'. leather. City Attorney J K. Robinson. Dorsey Gold Dust, Jr. 1914 1914 i. CityCIrk F.G. Hurt. ALL PEftVINfc 4092 lies of the present day. He being a real race horse h.mself, having had very little training and most of that by an amateur. It certainly looks like this horse is of Grand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win his share of the money sure. BLEUCHER is a perfect type of a road horse, good gtiited with perfect manners, wars no boots or weights. He has an undefeated record in the Stallion Road Class for 1913, and is conceded by good judges to be the best road horse out this year. This is a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to breed into the best families of the trotting blood. Iobk this horse's breeding over and see how many they have in the list both sire and dam. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1914 at my stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, at to take"caT:eoYnafeson .grass at JOcts per day. ' Lien retained orr colts for service fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. (htfe't&ken'tb prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. -- Sire Rex Peavine 1796, Dam Lucy Wells 6404 City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer W. F. Champ. Chief Police L. E. Ilerrou. COUNCILMEN Parker Gregory. H.C. Hamilton. W. M. Zanoue. Sam Cotton. Dr. J. A. Amon. W.O. Goodloe. Kentucky's finest Saddle Stallion will make the season at my stable, one mile East of McCreary and six miles Ea3t 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 Champion Sire of the World, Go to the records, lounty Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monda". Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. don't take any body's ,word. Fee $40 to Insure biving Colt AND A GOOD ONE'--- - $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. "- f am prepared pounds, with fine mane and tail and plenty of bone and substance, with lots of natural style. He has racked quarters in forty seconds and stepped just as fast in harness, both in trot and pace. He is bred in the purple, being by the great Dorsey Gold Dust, 12052. He is a full brother to Estelle, by Zicalda Gold Dust, 4400, he by Gold Dust 150, he by Vermont Morgan, he by Justin Morgan, he by old Comet Morgan. 1st dam Peavine 85, by Young Diamond, he by Diamond Denmark, he by Washington Denmark. He has proven himself a champion breeder and has shown some of the best colts in Central Kentucky, ranging in price from $125.00 to $150.00 as weanlings. His books are filling fast. Visitors are welcome at all times. I retain a lien on all colts until season money is paid. Mares transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance and must be paid at once. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Phone 364-- TELEPHONE. 95. WB. BURTON, LANCASTER, KY. R. S. SCUDDER, McKINNEY, KENTUCKY. Walker Bradshaw, McCRfeARY, Horses,- - Jacks and KENTUCKY. Jennets for sale at all times. ...,. ;. .fXtt ,? ,. Vj-- i - ay t - -- A. : A. .. '. The Central Record, Thursday June &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& lt$, 1914. 100 BEAUTIFUL Page 7 Coming The Redpath Chautauqua 5 Big Days J Dante znd His Band JBolander Orchestra I A Baritone Recital Monologues Humor Magic Oratory Cartoons A Male Quartet Playground Worker Lectures Inspiration Instruction AND COLORED POST CARDS Many are rich, rare, pict'iits of BEAUTIFUL MODELS AND ACTRESSES Also a Self-Fillin- g FOUNTAIN PEN All for only TA cents A IVJusical Program Every Day. You Can't Afford to Iiss This Event The season tickets purchased by the local committee, and now for sale, may be had while they last at $2.00. All season tickets hereafter will be $2.50. Attendance by single admission on each entertainment would exceed $4.00. -- J The greatest bargain in I est .1 r cards anil rare art; fferl. Many are haul to obtain an have si T.l singly for the price v k for a:l. liiese will to iu ckly u 'l lovers cf the beautif' ii. :i ture who appier - rare art picti res of w I ikveki.t.l ietH!-seve1 r-1 SEE PROGRAM FOR COMPLETE LIST OF ATTRACTIONS fr ino !el". A ' !BS?CIS I ante and His Band Coming to Our Chautauaua m- fountain i i each o.iVr. Theo al ne ! sold tor one liollar in stores. The .(0 beautif'il amis ami i c.l foi hut COc ami We in stamps r j . "ge Ii.-li- e relf-illing re free f .. f.-- ART PORTRAYAL CO. Dayton Ohio. i A - A -- '' - ' 5& A " -p- kv. v iS ! guest of Mrs. John tfajs. Miss Dora Kelt Kasoo is grnml father at llnrrodiliurr Miss Mm-gerit- Miss Ktiitl Evans is on (lie Cole, of Jcsaaiciae tea it! . . ; Akir, It r . from a vieit to relinhft asvillc. Mns Miy Wil ianw, :" S the feMrst of itr tui S.imilev. Mr. R. D. MciTnrt.v leotul j .. n aliou of Siv. l&aac Hackc Mis-AIko ijcttt bam U t iel.iti.es in Ltxit fcton ftnd i,,. eomtnercenieut at Ut? UtiJvei The tanners are to bt-.vestii;;; thtir lotmiHc. wht t. Jor.u bdi'iry awl ban !st etk tovilK' last '.iek. Buy ." io i, , ! 4 0 NON-PBKCrO- XE of Uie bis features of Chautauqua week here will be the appearance of Sisnor C lr0rcelattd Dante and his band, each member of which is a real musician, well trained and with a keen appreciation of his art. Plftnor Dante, at the age of seven, was a student in the Conservatory of Naples and graduated from that collepe at the age of seventeen. Ten years later he began his work as a band leader. Signor Dante is also a great soloist, his with a tromboae being widely commented upon by leading musicians. That Dante has a good baud, strong in its individual features, is evidenced by the beauty and fineness of special solos. Extreme care N taken In the arrangement of Dante's program. Popular music will be played, but special attention will be directed to classical pieces. Grand oncra selections will be presented with brilliancy and rower, At Venice, in Southern California, whert from S0.000 to 100,000 people gather each Sunday to hear band music, Dante is a favorite, and at Denver also his concerts were enjoyed each afternoon and evening for weeks. -- PREMIER AUTO" TIRES. f ('ii. Mr. Roy Estrid-- e EXML WLED ILLUSTRATED (INDIGESTION AND CONSTIPATION. "About five j ears ago I began tak ing Chamberlain's Tablets after suffering from indigestion and constipation for peais without finding anything to relieve me. Chamberlain's Tablets helped me at once and by using them for several weeks I was cured of the complaint," writes Mrs. Mary E. Phelps. N. Y. For sale by all 1m. dealers. ' HAMM A.CK Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Payton visited Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Gooch Sunday. Buy your thrashing Coal from CRAB ORCHAKD. imr threshing eol of Hm.s t Hughis. Mr. Friebie C Lan-aste- i ,u ir'i r.d-- v. um.inittl Rev Smith ami weio guests of Mr. aiit Mr Roy Williams. Mr lliegory, cf t - G.m;mi ',Ji ingCo., was here l uerk bujuji '.vhea;. He bought ;i number of !m, I at 0 cents per bushel" Mis. John Maji whih gat'n r.i.jj cherries, Ml titU-.-n fet. She sustained t eve re bruises ami a pubi-b'fracture of the hip bone. (I. S. Chriatopeer ami wif. SiuiJaj in I.e.iiigto;i. Tlu-w. re : eoiupaiiied home by Henry 'lil'ar.i, brother of Mr- -. Chiislu;iier. Fil 1 lh-- o spent Sunday in Mrs. Hill who e, Tells all about sex matters; what young mer. and women, young wives R. Tudor. Service. and husbands and all others need to Mr. and Mrs. Charlfe Dillon were the know about the sacred laws that govguests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Parson ern the sex forces. Plain truths of These tires bear the greatest known silo, Sunday. sex life in relation to happiness in marmileage guarantee, yet are sold at a Mr. Arch Kavanaugh'of lower Gar-priMiss Gertmde Conn, of Wilmore, ' "Secrets" of manhood and even less than tirrs ot ordinary ( rar(i v,.as a business visitor here on riage. tlAHKSKUKY. was the nleasant truest of Miss Fav womanhood; sexual abuses, social evil, guarantee coveis. Wednesday. This guarantee. Tudor last week. diseases, etc. and general wear. punctures, blow-out- s Mrs. A. F. M. Smith of Denmson Mr. Henrv Pope sold a bunch of hogs ! Mr. The latest, most advanced and com7,500 miles service Guarantee covers Robert Parson Jr., and sister Texas, is the guefft Mrs. prehensive woik that has ever been for 7 cts. Miss Myrtle were the guests of Mr. against abuse. These tires aie inten- I W. M. Eldridge. ' of her sister issued on sexual hygiene. Priceless Buy your thrashing Coal from Arch Miller and sister Miss Bettie Sunded for most severe service. Sam Cochran of Lancaster was instruction for those who are ready for Hudson & Hughes. day. Orders have been received for these j airs. the guest of her sister Mrs. Walker the true inner teaching. Mr. Davis of Richmond has been a tires for use in United States Govern: Uuyn the pastweek. This book tells nurses, teachers, doc- recent visitor at the home of Mr. ment Service. Mrs. A. Bv Estridge gave a dining tors, lawyers, preachers, social workBogie. As a SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY Mt. Hebron offer, we will allow the following prices Wednesday for her niece Airs. Laban ers, Sunday School teachers and all Mr. Charley Dean was taken suddenly Kirk, of Paintsville. i others, young and old, what all need to ill with a pain near his heart one day for the next ten days. ' Misses Blanche Wilson. Nora Wyatt, know about sex matters. By Winfield last week. Buy your thrashing coal of Hudson TIRES-TUB- ES Pearl Hill and Rebecca Scrivener of Scott Hall, Ph. D, M. D. (Leipzig). Rev. Palmer made s good talk last & Hughes. Tube Tire Newspaper Comments: Berea are the guests of Mr. Carlos Sunday afternoon in the interest of the $ 2.00 $ 9.20 2Sx3 Mrs. Speaks is the guest of her son "Scientifically correct." Chicago Anti Saloon League. Heddrick, 2.30 10.25 30x3 Mr. L. E. Speaks this week. Tribune. "Accurate and Miss Stella McWhorter who graduatMr. Jno Royston, Misses Minnie and 2.80 13.50 30x3J Phils.uc!lpliia Press. "Standard book Mrs. Dunn Scott who has been ill ed Friday from the Normal School at! Bettie Royston visited the family of 3.00 14.03 32x3 of knowledge." Philadelphia Ledger. with rheumatism for sevsral months is Mr. Jno Ray last week. Richmond, returned to her home on The New York 3.20 15.25 34x3 World says: "Plain improving slowly. Saturday. ?.25 17.00 31x4 truths for those who need or ought to Miss Ison of Letcher county who has Mrs. J. E. Sherrow entertained her 3.30 18.00 32x4 Prof. John Wilson principal of the know them for the prevention of evilft. been attending school at Louisville is mother Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson and a 3.40 j High School at Hazard Ky and 19.50 S3x4 Mr. C. I Under plam wrapper for only $1.00. visiting her sister Mrs. Kelley Hogg. j 3.CJ 20.40 B. Wilson of the Experiment Station Coin or Money Order, postage ten cents. ! Miss Lula Simpson who has been few friends Saturday. 34x4 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark of Boyle 3.S0 21.00 35x4 at Lexington are visitor in our city. under treatment of a physican extra. were with her parents Mr. and Mrs. 3.90 22.00 30x4 i of Louisville for several months return-- i Misses Ethel and Emma Estridge and MIAMI PUBLISHING COMPANY W Montgomery Sunday. 5.00 2G.00 35x4$ ed last week in splendid health. She F. London "Tango" Messrs Roy Estridge and Con Asher Heckkce 1 Dayton Ohio. 5.10 27.00 36x4 Mr. Tom Barker and wife of the j was accompanied home by Mrs. Finch we;it to Richmond Tuesday evening for "Eveha Thaw" Bracelet 3.15 27.50 37x4i of Louisville who will be her guest for Locust Grove section visited her par- -' i thfj Senior play at the Normal School. 5.40 32.C0 37x5 ents in Jessamine Saturday and Sunday several aays. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. McWhorter, EVERYTHING A MAN NEEDS Non-Ski20 per All other sizes. William Goins the son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Brumfield and ' These two beautiful pieces of popular Misses Lula McWhorter and Ethel cent extra. 5 per cent discount if payMrs. Mark Goins reciived a dangerous children of Jessamine were 'with Mr. jewelry are the craze among society Outfit Complete Shaving $1 and Mis. O C. He idren motored $1 ment in full accompanied order and if wound from carrying a cocked pistol and Mrs. A. S. Dean Saturday night women in New York and the largest U) Richmond Friday for the graduating 10 Articles ,10 two are so ordered, shipping charges I cities. in his pocket. Thev are neat and elegant gold The ball entered his and Sunday. of the Ky State Normal ' will be paid by us. C. O. D. on 15 pet Exercises body near his stomach passinupward, Mr. Thomas Montgomery aged G7. finished articles that will gladen the To advertise our Universal Shaving cent of amount of order. Our output j About forty young people stormed Outfit and Universal Product? we will and has not been located yet. The died at his home at this place Sunday heart of every girl or woman, nc matis limited, so we suggest early order- the Misses Estridge on Saturday evenaccident occured Saturday afternoon morning June 14th at 7;30, his death I ter how younr; or old. Very stylish and ing. We sell dirtct only, giving pur- ing. Altho taken quite by surprise the for a limited time only, send this well and the patient is getting along very was caused from heart trouble, he had attractive. worth $3. Shaving Outfit for $1.00. We chaser the advantage of all middlemen's , young hostesses rose to the occasion Our Free Offer. We are advertising sell our products to the consumer direct well at this time. A nurse from Rich- only been sick a short time. He was a j and a delightful evening was spent, profits. and therefore you save all agents' pro- mond has been engaged. member of the Baptist church here for Spearmint Chewing Gum and desire to j Much to the regret of her host of RELINERS. a number of years and the most beau- place a big box of this fine, healthful fits which as you know are very Irrge. friends the High School loses another 1 Hollow Ground Razor. Use our famous reliners, the v elim- tiful traits of his life were his true gum into every home. It sweetens the FOR YOUR 'DEN inate blow outs and 90 per cent off one of its splendid teachers for the 1 christian spirit, his devotion .to his breath whitens the teeth and aids diLather Brush. Beautiful Collect; Peuitnts punctures besides giving many thous coming term, Miss Allie Hendren. Miss 1 Razor Strop, Canvas Back, wife and his kindness to his neighbors. gestion. It is 'refreshing and pleasing to all. To everyone sending us but 50c and more miles service to each tire. Hendren goes to be one of the faculty 1 Nickel Easel Back Mirror. each 9 in. x 24 in. He leaves a wife, eight married child- and 10c to cover shipping costs we will ze When in your tires you ride without'! in the High School at Hazard Ky. 1 Barber Towel. ren, fiye boys and three girls and a worry of tire troubles. 1 Bar Shaving Soap. Princeton, Michigan Cornell, number of grand children to mourn the ship a big box of 20 regular 5c packages SL951 all 3 inch tires For 1 Box Talcum Powder. loss. May they be " comforted by the of the Spearmint Gum and include the ' Each 7 in. x 21 in. $2.20 For all 3J inch tires 1 Decorated China Mug. thought that he is safely at rest over elegant, "Tango" necklace and "Evelyn Thaw" bracelet absolutely free. I $2.60, 1 Aluminum Barber Comb. For ail 4 inch tires AH best quality felt with felt head- there. The entire community of relaThis offer is for a short time only. $2.75 For all 4J inch tires 1 Bristle Hair Brush. ing, streamers, letters and mascot ex- - tives and friends extend their heart For Infants and Children. Not more than 2 orders to one party. $2. For all 5 inch tires Each outfit packed in neat box $1.00. ecuted in proper colors.' This splendid felt sympathy to the family. Funeral Hie Kind You Have Always Bought Coin or Money Order, postage 10c ex- ' assortment sent postpaid for 50 cents services were conducted by Rev. J, W. Dealers not allowed to accept this. $3. For all 51 inch tires. tra. I and 5 stamps to pay postage. Send now. Mahan at the church Monday at 9 Bears the TIRE FACTORY UNITED SALES CO, . HOWARD UNIVERSAL PRODUCTS CO, oclock and the body laid to rest in the . SPECIALTY COMPANY Mrfi&tat CIgo3ture of , ' P. O. Box 101 i Dayton, Ohio Dayton Ohio. Ohio. family cemetery. Dayton Ohio. J I ; . Guaranteed 7,500 Miles Richmond. Mrs. Lahon Kirk returned Friday to her home in Paintsville. Mrs. E. C. McWhorter was hostess at a family dining on Thursday. Miss Lena Schooler, o f Hyattsville. ' is the guest of Miss Beuiah Cotton. Mr. V. P. Kincaid of Stanford was heie o: Thursday demonstrating his 320 PAGES. Hudson Mr. & Hughes. Conn, of Wilmore, motored over Saturday to see his sister Mrs. W. J. T. week for aujieiaiiittis l .l.o" m Miss John Eva Hilton of Stanford is n-- s and Ro-notwithstanding h with her i'un't .Mrs. J. T. Cherry. condition at the time i . il ling ve. y II Miss Mayme Holdmnn will visit in Mi". T. V. Skiunot wis a f Jellu-- and Williamsburg this week. the grcauiiiting c'a-.at tfc.- - En ii Boyle Vas Singleton, son of Mr. and State Normal last viek. H. is :t Mrs. Charlie Singleton is dovn with home where he .i I renipin m.til be typhoid tever in a bad form. leaching. On Sunday June 8. a iiri-.'- i proMr. and Mrs. George DeBoide of T! i of Stanford spent Saturday and Sunday tracted meeting w. I fwgin. with their sisters. Misses Sallie and two Meti.odist churches and lVsy-teria- n will combii.e for thi. .enVs f Bettie DeBorde. meetings. Most of the pioaehing v t 1 Mrs. Will Payne died Saturday night be doi e by Rev. 0. (. Blown, a f r after a long siege with Tuberculosis. mer pastor at . She leaves a husband and four small children to mourn the loss cf a good christian wife and mother. C'd Cc!e;j Days. Mr. Ooar Singleton of Inii. a.id Miss In an articl in Mi Dial something Aberdem Frazier were married Saturis said of the day night by Rev. Morgan of this scholarship earlier days of American and the puiruit of learning place. They are both well known ami uuder dif"cultle- - t, Harvard's first have many friends who wisn lots of building, it is stated, not een iln mot good things for their future. rudimentary of tfble e.iiiiuiient was supplied. "Erch student carried hla Mrs. Giorge Edwards was calkd to own knife rr.d fc-- k w lit. 11 fc. wrnt to Marksbury to see a little nephew who dinner, and tinis'ied ha had accidentally shot himself. The wiped them rftr tabl cloth. ' on il, little boy is the son of Mr. Mark Goins and had taken his fathers pistol to shoot at some turtles in a (.ond nearby. The pistol was discharged and the ball ranged upward and as vet has not been located. Three Dr's and a trained nurse are with him, but little hope is entertained for his recovery- ,- ws o; emtnt . D. u ; tj r o s -- 'e-gin- I.ani-n-ter- !' IFREE Any Kind, Any Style at any time you wan line 5 R NEW HATS for the price of one. Bring the who!c lot to us. We are prepared to clean and reblock your Hats. Don't forget your Straw or Panama Hat is in style so long as they are cleaned. fj 33-in- CASTOR A Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co LOUIS FAULKKER, Mgr. Phone 220, Day-ton- Raftg- pi' ( ' ,Xhe Cpjral Record, Thursday r i t. iwriMr nit rumm a uiLuum i ripacc below this beading Is lot the exclu-lv- e nse of our farmer subscrlberB..aud U for (tie sale of stock, gram aud such ttnngson farm an the farmer cannot affo'd to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, aud will be only in wo issues of the xcobd, free of charge June 18, 1914. irun i SENATOR OLLIE H.JAMES coffin and said, WHO EVOKES GALLERY'S ENTHUSIASM EVEN IN SOMBER Senate Chamber. (By 'Is it shelled?" The farmer said 'No.' The man in the coffin said 'Drive on, then.' (Laughter.) That is the way with the ship monopoly. After we have expended $400,000,000 digging that canal for them then they come to the canal and say. 'You dug for us, now put us through it.' " Victor Bopert Go. Leading Manufacturing I L- - it Jewelers&lmporters 133-13- fiARTIfl ZZZZ 5 West Main St. -:- General News. Lexington, - Kentucky. are you going to get a First Clas3 WHERE street. J For feet Sale:-long by 9 A tobacco bed 300 feet wide. J. T. Pope. Marksbure, Ky. fine Arthur B. Krock) New York, Brussels, Belguim. Hair Cut and Shave Blocking Hair a Specialty. We are here to stay. The old reliable barber on Richmond four stock I.ors weighing from 90 to 100 pounder Fred Conn, Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. Maiy Clark on Lancaster rand Coppefcreek pike, has a cutting box, mowing machine and hay rake for sale cheap. All in good repair. Strayed to my place, near three foks ot Sugar Creek, about May 11th, a hog. Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges. Bill Grimes. For Sale "Madam, We Have w HICH is onlv one way of saying that wo carry the BEST and LAKGEST stock of beef and other meats in Champ Clark is a man with muscles like the village blacksmith, with a voice like a siren horn and with a disinclina tion to stop applause. Therefore when Ollie James was a member of the House and used to make speeches there, it did not especially tax Uncle Champ to He maintain what order he sought. would let the galleries applaud all .they wanted to and not be too severe on the Hoube. Get your thrashing coal from Hudson & Hughes. Farmers are all busy getting ready for harvest. Mr. Carl Prewitt and family visited A-ple- nty Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Watson, Sunday. Mr. Amos Prewitt and family were Catlle are kept fortwo purposes; for beef prowith his parents Mr. and Mrs. Marion Any time any of my catproduction. To do either right duction and for milk wrong Prewitt, Sunday. they must be healthy. There is nothing better to tle get anything them a keep them in continued pood health, or to make with them I givee e D e e Mr. Goebel Prewitt visited Mr. Wm. few doses of B them well quickly when sick, than a few doses of Prewitt Sunday and attended church at STOCK MEDICINE. They soon get well. Kirksville Sunday night. STOCK John S. Carroll Mr. and Mrs, Moris Ross, Mr. and Moorhead, Miss. MEDICINE Mrs. E. P. Jones visited at Mr. Henry Stirs up the liver Drives Humes of Madison Co Sunday. 25c, 50c and Jl.'per can, At urcir drleiS. disease poisons away. Mr. and Mrs. It. V. Sanders and two P. ywawga B.2f2 little daughters of BucKeye visited Mr. r ii '1 ttffnstr and Mrs W. E. Whitakcr of this place mrsrvfwttKViFxrjntsiwrasiS'aszmiS &'JLi1Mifs35sssHsE Sunday. Meat to Burn" this town. Our icebox is well stocked with choice quarters, etc., bought with the knowledge "that come from YEARS of We know GOOD MEAT EXPERIENCE. when we SEE it. NINA. Davidson & Doty. Beef and Milk AA Tl SPECIAL TRAIN EXCUBSIGF! OifyQiEtiNATE MiB RETUFm Saadsy, June 2 1st SPECIAL HOSIERY Guaranteed. 7ear-Eve- r OFFER Hosiery For Men And Women Lades' Special- - Offer " Ua aift3g'fe&..,s-.s.S3Kai- ! r- JU&OriOK STY Ss35a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. Mr. James: "Oh. Mr. President, I he special guardian of the Democratic platform, as is the Senator from New York." Mr. O'Gorman: "Evidently the Senator thinks he is the special lepresentative of certain elements of the party and is making as good a defense of their party peifidy as his great ability makes possible," Mr. James: "Perfidy! Mr. President the idea of that woid escaping the lips of one who advocates taking the public money and giving it to a monopoly as a AUTOMOBILE TIRES subsidy! Perfidy, indeed!" (Applause in the galleries.) Loyti. "Occupants The Presiding Officer; AT FACTORY PRICES of the galleries must not express Miss Virgie Carter is at home from or disapproval of anything which BECAUSE von get the best SAVE FROM 30 to 60 PER CENT takes place on the floor of the Senate; Richmond Normal School' and the chair will insist on the obserHarold, the bright little son of Mr. groceries at the lowest prices. vance of the rule." Tire Tube and Mrs. Homer Tinsley has been ill. When Mr. Swanson uttered this 28x3 $ 7.20 $1.65 The only way you can prove Mr. John Sanders visited Mr. and stereotyped warning the vigilant door30x3 ' 7.80 1.95 Mrs. James Sanders Saturday and Sunkeepers rushed down into the galleries 10.80 30x3J 2.80 Lac truth o this statement 4? to and. with uplifted fingers and rancous day. 11.90 32x3J 2.95 voices, urged the public to desist from 12.40 34x3J The Stork visited the home of Mr. 3.00 bny from us. 32x4 their cries of joy over Senator James' and Mrs. Henry Ray and left a fine 13.70 3.35 demolition of the New Yorker. Habit boy on the I4th. 33x4 This reason stands on its own 14.80 3.50 proved stronger than enthusiasm and '16.80 34x4 3.60 Rev. Peals visited at the home of the galleries quieted, after which Mr. 36x4 17.85 3.90 Mr. and Mrs. Luther Raney Saturday James proceeded. Except for a few 19.75 35x4J 4.85 night and Sunday. duels with other Senators, the speech 36x4 19.85 4.90 Mr. Miley B. Walker and family viscontinued in goodorderandthegalleries 37x4i 21.50 5.10 restrained themselves, although one ited her mother Mrs Victora Anderson 37x5 24.90 5.90 could see that whenever the big man of Preachersville Sunday. AH other sizes in stock Non-Ski- d tires 15 per cent additional, red tubes let out his voice it was hard for the Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Teater entertain ten per cent above gray. All new, common people to resist cutting loose. ed at dinner Sunday their guests being But their restraint snapped like gyves Mr. ond Mrs. A. C. Miles, Mr. anJ Mrs clean, fresh, guaranteed tires, 'Best standard and independent makes. Buy of excelsior when the Senator illustrat- Lem Teater, and Mr. and Mrs. Kemp direct irom us and save money. 5 per ed the attitude of American ship owners Walker. cent discoin-i- f payment in full ac- with the following anecdote of CritAll orders filled with Nice,Choice Flowers companies each order. C. O. D. on 10 tenden county: Mr. James Ah, Mr. President, after per cent deposit. Allowing examinaPhone or 339-FWORDS HELPFUL we have dug the canal, after the ships tion. All orders are appreciated and will be delivered promptly. go up to it, then your monrpoly is not TIRE FACTORIES From A Lancaster Citizen. SALES CO. satisfied with the great expenditure of Dept. A. Dayton Ohio. money. We do not want any profit; Is your back lame and painful? we do not ask any interest on the Does it ache especially after exermoney, we ask only that you pay your tion? proportionate part of the work we do Is there a 'soreness in the kidney , MM r ). Lit, HI for you: that is all, and nothing more, region.' J Ml WrjIt reminds me of the fellow dowi) in my These svmDtoms suggest weak kidifM,T'U, community who would not work and neys. after the neighbors had become tired If so there" is danger in delay. Weak kidneys get fast weaker. of giving him this and giving him that, Give your trouble prompt attention. aidiner him and .feeding him, a few of ASK any painter and he will tell you that Pure White Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak the boys, in a spirit of deviltry, one Lead, reinforced with Zinc Oxide and Genuine Linday said: "We will take this fellow, kindeys. seed Oil in correct proportions is the best paint to use. put him in a coffin, -- haul him to the Your neighbors use and recommend That's the reason painters everywhere use and recommend graveyard, and bury him.l They put them. Read this Lancaster testimony. him in the cofjin and started with him ' George Wright, Hotel Kengarlan, t to the graveyard, and as they were going along they met an old farmer Lancaster Ky, savs: "I suffered a with a load of corn, and he said, 'Boys, a great deal from my kidneys and back. "THE KIND THAT LASTS" who is dead?' They said 'Bill Jones.' Pains through my loins extended to the I used You'll be proud of- your home when He said 'But he is not dead.' They sides and over my kidneys. FREE PAINT BOOK ita attractively painted 'with Mastic said 'No, but we are going to bury Doan's Kidney Pills and my kidneys Paint, Besides you'll enhance its value A&forpeauliiBflBastnted book, "Hornet and How him.' He said 'My goodness you are became normal and the pains stopped. and protect it against the elements. Be to Paint Tbem," alio color card showing 45 color not going to. bury him alive, are you?" I willingly confirm all that I said some .sure, it's Mastic Paint and you .will CO., shades, or write direct to realize the jfullest Abasure of paint They said, 'Why, certainly.' He in- years ago praising Doan's Kidney Pills. Incorporated, LfcTffle, Ij. atiafaction. . ' ., Jjl? r jRV t quired why. They said 'Because he They do all that is claimed for them. " Pride 60c, at all dealers. Donx.sim-pl- y will not work, .We.have been giving ask fox. a kidney remedy get'Doans him and giving hitr and he. will notl work.'-- ' The old man said. 'Boys don't J Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Wright Foster-Milbur- n Props., Co., dbthat; I WiHgiYB him a load of corn L had. . l.The fellow stuck, hia head cut of the Buffalo, "N.Y,, j' Twelve Reasons Why You" Should Buy Your Groceries of Us Jfo. 4. For Limittd Time Only-S- ix pair of our finest 35c value ladies' guaranteed hose in black, tan or white colois with written guarantee, for$1.00 and 10c for postage, etc. SPECIAL OFFER FOIt MEN For a limited time only, six pairs of our lhiebt 33c value Guaranteed Hose any color with written guarantee and a pair of our well known Men's Paradise Garters for one dollar, and 10c for postage, etc. You know these hoae; they stood the test when all others failed. Thry give real foot comfort. They have no seams to rip. They never become loose and baggy as the shape is knit m, not pressed in. They are Guaranteed for fineness, for style, for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stainless and to wear six months without holes, or a new pair fiee. Don't delay send in our order before offer expires. Give correct size. WEAK-EVEHOSIERY COMPANY Dayton Ohio. R But since Ollie became Senator James, he has had a different experience. For some unknown reason except that the Senate wants the public to simulate a erspect it does not feel applausein the galleries overlooking that august chamber is forbidden. Nevertheless, whenever Senator James holds the floor the galleries forget about the tule. He is one of the few men in the body Who can make the crowded gallery occupants forget that the Senate "doea not per mit expressions of approval or disap proval. " So when he comes to the end of a glowing phrase or wallops a on the oratorical hip and the forensic thigh, the galleries clap their hands until reproved by the presiding officer. Once Senator Gallinger grew so angry at this displav of enthusiasmsomething which he, by the way, was never able to elicit that he proposed a change in the rules providing, I think, that gallery occupants who applaud be drawn and quartered. trom When the quinbus Flestrin Kentucky see your Gulliver for translationarose on Tuesday night of this week to make a speech on Panama tolls, the galleries were crowded, as UbUal. for Mr. James has grown to be one of the greatest drawing cards in public life. After dealing with the logic of the situation for a while, the Ktntucky Senator turned his attention to his colleague fiom New York, Mr. O'Gonnan, who has been leading the Democratic opposition to the repeal of the Panama ship subsidy arrangement. Mr. James discussed tne strength of tho argument that repeal wiii because tile plank of the Baltimore platfoim declared for what repeal-seekto nullify. Mr. O'Gorman seizedupon this explanation, and the following colfiXiuy ensued: Mr. O'Gorman: ,"Mr. President, no matter what excuse? may be olfered by the distinguished Senator from Kentucky exculpating himself from responsibility for legislation whichJie now fellow-Senator s Tribute at a banquet was paid to Supt. Holland of the Louisville public schools by 225 of the leading citizens. President Wilson has sent to the Senate the name of William Graves Sharp of Elyria O. to be Minister to Your France. Democratic leaders in Congress are preparing to rush through trust legislation preparatory to an adjournment the latter part of July. Operators drilling for oil in Lincoln county struck gas at a depth of 210 against feet and are confident of striking oil in paying quantities at 500 feet. Efforts are being made in Danville to organize a stock company to build a hotel to replace the Gilcher house '5 which was burned recently. W. Godfrey Hunter has with Dr. It drawn from the race for the republican nomination for U. S. Senator, and ex- - j Governor A. E. Wilson has entered the race, . ,. The fast "Carolina Special" on the1. On I n Til e SeaSOn. Q & C collided with a freight train at Somerset when fireman John Simmons '? was killed and Engineer Sam Bryant seriously injured. a rpa Thomas B. Jones of Chicago, a close friend of President Wilson and a & ?J 1 member of the Princeton Board of Trustees, will be placed at the head of the Federal Reserve Board. Office at Citizens National Bank Four state banks in Chicago were Lancaster, Ky. closed by the state banking depart- ment, the largest one having for its president William Lonmer, the lately 1 discredited U. S. Senator, The Citizens Bank & Trust Co. of Qnicklj- nlifres Rhennmtla. PnroJtas- Ashland Ky., with a capital stock of( S cles, ieuraljia. Backache. JieiJiche and TV ourmoney jyallpains. fail tore- $200,000 has been closed by the state , 13 Iiito asr achs la aoj lack if it the body is Q 39 part ot ii is believed E Oltwn nmotrs tlm. All Druanlsts. banking department. It K H 1'rice COe. At depositors will be paid in full. B0UHB0M RE51EDY COMPANY, H. . 342 East Mala St.. Lczhtton.Kr.. Small pox in the penitentiary at Frankfort created a considerable scare. lPMM'MPJfisvBKicjraauSJ Eight cases are in the pest house, no new case3 are reported and the disease is thought to be under control. d J' iry ' anil j Sutrragette outrages continue in England, their latest exploit being the invasion of the famous Westminter ' Cathedral, from which they were forcibly ejected and turned over to the INSUR Henry Duncan. K. M. BOURNE Good Service. TOBACCO Auctioneer, Phone 354-A. Prices Right. Lancaster, -- Kentucky. Hail Now Veterinary costs no more to protect it from the start, than to wait later riro it with Office Br. Wm. D. Fryor, Surgeon and Dentist. at Rainey s Livery Stable. -- , Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky rs Sli 0 n U. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. atnfactIon Guaranteed and THE NEW Opposite Post Office Ml"!'" 1 J 9 aL?ffl Barber Shop i Bath In Connection. A , 3 3 'C'l- - K i Setslp Ptnis ' r9 iiv? &&,!-. IttT&G&ttimffx: Si liniimjimsj m HMMiiiii&i v -- ....', ELLIOTT, Physician Phone ofile . aiscj surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Residence Phone 220 police. condemns" am not Squire Turner has been appointed ending a long drawn out fight between Congressman Fields and Senator James. Turners appointment it a victory -- for ( " '"the Tatter." The receipts from .income tax has fallen far below expectations with the result of a failure to off set the reduc tions in the tariff and a defieit in the treasury surplus of 510.&00.000., below the amount shown in 1S13. The Bourbon countv grand jury returned indictments against George Alexander president of the late bank bearing his name, to the number of 32, charging him with violations of the His bonds various banking laws. amounted in the aggrgate to $64,000., which he gave. postmaster at Mt. Sterling, "litiSr lJ : The SUo Thai Gives Hoars 12 1 " p. 35. tO I. Oo '.Vest Sid? I.elt(H street Satisfaction illlH: B- - '. iiH tlH'1! i n .il Has the famous doors that swinj on hinge-convenient to oper ate keeps silage per DENTIST. Phone 65. Waxteb Lancaster, TCy. winter and summer. PATRICK, Write for our olf er anil SUo Book Mailed Free Also cet offer on the Lansing Silo and the light manias Silberzaba Silage Dentist, Paint Lick, Kentucky. Cutter. Southern Silo Co. Incorporated Lexington, Kentucky M. K. Denny anfl Doctors Of Dental Surgery. f1 . Wiie & al ws5 ft-e- Balls Grocery. 13 writing ua y for catalog ancVpnces. LOUISVILLE SILO AND TAMC CO. (Incorporated) touismiE MLStlHooF. It has the only real continuous door opening. Hoops made of tested steel. Hoops can bs adjusted from ladder front dpor frame. Doors made of California Redwood. "The Wood Eternal." The location of cur factory gives us lowest freight fiom mills to fae'ery. aad from to you. Ctt a btttrr Silt f& Sav money by lac-to- l33i&&&i axuii 4jl. 4. Mttrar!isMi'ijV'v: V ORice: 4 ?1 Stormes BniMingovei Hurt Furniture Store. Ander-on- 'i LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY; J R BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 27. XT. jResidence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY. Schulz's Cut Flowers C& FLORAL DESIGNS? 43 . 1 T K, SO Plants iiPi JSSSttaa T.kta .w n!Jti----tr--:?fi- tTTEjnii iraSsyvis a trawberrv Fruitand Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent : : IS e czr;SCDUsJ'iW';y;fle Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies. Phlox, Etc. wnsr-'Vi-- s lTOM IIP fhe best paint for four House - Hotel Henry Wat fersori LOUISVILLE, KY. The South hotel. Everything for Orchard. Lavn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts nvit popular fire-pro- priced, modem situated in the very heart of the retail shopping district and near all the theatres. Finest Cafe in Louisville, with modarata Absolutely H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. prices. JUfMF-jfcrtf- Mastic FaimX Club BreaLfast from 25 e up ; noon day Lunch 50c; table de hots Dinner, 6 to 8 p. Also elaborate a la carte aaraco in Restaurant. Rathskeller open from A p.m. to I a, m. Orchestra and vocal music Lexineton, Kentnckv. Nurserymen since 1841. ROOM PRICES With running water wmi private toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 par day- Large saaapleTeoiM with private bath 49.89 to $3.58 per day, t : i ? Peke.-aadreaealways ke a welcome suest. -- -- PEASLEE-GAUUEK- il I r Ra. E7VIgRoOBERTS. IDJRAjNTjl J 2FJVtaiiui! farued ta. iiaV thU hoteyolix headquarters whija ia LooWnie. - . 9! In. .Ym -- yi . Miaigar. 1DDT With -- LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as they cannot Teach the seat ot the disease. Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease, and In order to cure It you must take remedies. Ball's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surface. Ball's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine. It Was DreSCTlbed bV tmn of thn hMt nhv. slclans in this, country foe years and Is the best tonics known, combfned with the best blood purifiers, acthur ctiyoitthe mucous surfaces. The perfect eombinaIfftn ftf ths tTsTr lnBHu1lafiai ta. anka duces such wonderfnMsult ,m curinlr uma. oena roc lesumoniats. rree. P. J. CHENETt Ctt. Props., Toledo, Sold by DrurtUta. price 75c. Take Bali's Family FUla for constipation. I Catarrh Cannot Be Cured a T'j i&k- " V