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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 25, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914062501_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 25, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CEWTRAJL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN2ARNISHED DEMOCRAC AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 25, 1914. SHOOTING AT POINT LEAVEL CAPT. On last Saturday James Conn shot and seriously wounded William Palmer. The ball, a 38 Smith & Wesson, enter ed the upper lip and lodged near the back of the ear, inflicting a dangerous though not necessarily fatal wound. Both are respectable, hard working colored men, and their differences, we understand, originated over domestic affairs of a trivial nature. Conn came to town at once and surrended to the authority and gave bond for his appearance here on tomorrow, (Friday) for his examining trial. NUMBER 12. D0TY;S WILL PRO-HO- J. ROE YOUNG. WELL KNOWN IN LANCASTER Candidate Fcr Congress In Ninth District. BATED. The will of the late Capt J. A. Doty was admitted to probate in the cou'nty court on last Monday. His son, J. A Doty Jr. and Mr. S. C. Denny were named as executers. riis entire pos sesions were devised to his children. YOU NEED A TO INSPECT LIBERTY CHAPTER. Taking with him about a dozen Royal Arch Masons, P. G. High Priest W. O. Rigney, as the appointed Inspector of the Kentucky Grand Chapter, will go to Liberty on next Saturday to inspect the Chapter at that place. The .four degrees relating to R. A. masonry will be conferred by Mr. Rigney and his assistants. Mowing Machine OR OH BUT THEY ARE BDSY. If BK6 we are agents for the This machine will pull easier and last longer than any other Machine made To be convinced ask some one that has one, they are made of the best inaterial and braced so as to resist harder usage: We also carry a full line of repairs for machinery. LIVE Wi and LET LIVE FOLKS 5 n S3S 5 I5& rf-3- , ra s ! SVJ fov 3 s am kf5lSf$8 a a && &i &S U G&31 ,5 R r?33 iEy J J3 H 61 & . yr; W ' M BT t k - $fc T. ba &3M?& Lancaster, 3KS?3S&f-23!3t Hiy:-SB-2SvSSS- Ky. 2 ;S3SS2E-SSv223232- .j I El Diy Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Agent Normal City Laundry. I Orders called for and Delivered. Prompt and Efficient Service Office over Stonnes Drug Store. There are perhaps never more farm work accomplished ir. the county in the in the same amount of time as there was in this county last week. The conditions were favorable for all kinds of farm work. The unfinished setting of tobacco was completed, the earlier setting was reset and worked out, the ASHEVILLE, N. C. JULY 6TH clover meadows were cut, corn was plowed, wheat was cut, as was also TO AUGUST 7TH. rye, barley was threshed and corn plow The United States War Department ed. This week the greater part of the has selected Asheville, N. C, as Inwheat cutting will be completed, tho struction Camp for the South, open to in some cases a few late crops will be students of Colleges and Universities left standing until next week. The and graduates of High Schools. Asheville is 2500 feet about the sea forward wheat will be threshed this bought level and the climate is cool and delight week, and local dealers have some at 80 cents per bushel, but a fear ful. For full information telephone or is expressed that the price will not hold up to this figure. Corn never looked write B. II. Todd. D P. A.. 437 So. better or gave fairer promise at this 4th St., Starks BIdg , Telephones Main season, while timothy meadows are 1937 City 195G. about ready for the mower and give promise of a fairly good yield. Scarce WOULD GIVE LANCASTER ly will the latter crop be off their hands when the farmer will be compelled to A WARM GAME. cut his oats, and in fact, there will be The Point Leavell baseball team 'something doing" in the cr.untry from went up to Bero on lat Saturday and now until frost. won a game over the crack Berea team by a score of 8 to 4. Ector Lawton and Carl Acton played with the Point Mrs. Kate Powell, one of the best Leavell team. Lancaster seems to disknown and most beloved women in this dain to piny so insignificant a team as part of Lincoln county, died at the the Point Leavell aggregation, but if home of her. husband, E. 3. Powell, we can get them lined up together our near Kustonville early Sunday morning. roll goes .on the country team. The remains of this good woman were Seriously, it would make a good game. laid in their last resting place, to Lancaster fans are baseball hungrvand await the Judgement Morn on Monday, a game between the home team and after services conducted by her pastor, Point Leavell vould draw a big c rowd Rev. A. H. Baugh, of the Christian COLD CHECKS" WILL church. Mrs. Powell had bepn in ill health for some time and realized chat the end was near, but v:th Christian GET YOU IN TROOBL h. fortitude and a sublime faith in her The Cold Check law which was passRedeemer calmlv awaited the summons In addition to her ed by the last Legislature, became; efto come up higher. grief stricken husband, 3he is survived fective last Thursday and is now in children, E. B Powell. full force. by the follo-vinThis is one of the most important Smith Powell, Mrs. C W. Adams, and Miss Jessie Powell, of Hustonsville and measures passed during the last session M. H. Murphy, of Turnersville. In- and was enacted for the protection of the merchants, business men and others terior Journal. Mrs. Powell was a hslf sister of who have been defraudtd by persons Messrs U. D. and John V. Simpson, giving checks on hanks without having the former of Lancaster, the latter of any money on deposit. When a person Marksbury this county, and of Mrs. J. gives a chtck now on any banking ' C Thompson, formerly of Lancaster, house he must have on deposit at that 1'X now of San Diego Cal. Mrs Powell time sufficient money to cover the 'MTwas well known in Garrard county amount called for to meet that check, he is suoject to piosecuiion. ! .where she had innumerable friends who otherwise f' ' will be deeply grieved to learn of her SEVENTEEN YEAR death. g I Hon. J. Roe Young's name appears among those who filed their petitions with the Secretary of State asKing that their names be placed npon the ballot in the coming August primary as a candidate for the democratic nomination for congress from the ninth district. He aspires to step into the shoes of Hon. W. J. Fields the present incumbent. Mr. Young is well known in Lancaster having married Miss Nannie Anderson, a daughter of Mr. W. G. Anderson of this place. Mr. Young is well and favorably known throughout Kentucky. He is a sterling democrat, and is going to give somebody up in the ninth a run for their money. WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR i n nMiifl Binders, i NEW MUSIC IEACHE R CALCULATED TO' PROVE DTD Addition To The Local School Faculty. Miss Webb, who has been selected to i!i ak, ii in Twine. " rep oil - mmm a owers iIIbII isll i is fe MRS. h?ve charge of the musical department I in tlie local school during the coming 1911 15 term, conies highly recommend- - j ed and is calculated from everv view- point to become a splendid addition to the faculty. Miss- WcbD is u Tennessean, having completed ner musical training ir. the Cuiiset valor to Music at Nashville Sue bean poot graduate work, but abandoned thi.--t to accept a position as Director of Music at the Lebanon College tor Young Ladies, where she acnieved spie.idid leaults. Later the Carthage Training Schuol secured her services, and there for four years she taught Willi eminent success. C. J. Schubert, iJirectOiuf the Nashville Coiisoivaioi.v ot .'iUsic, said of hei : '"Miss Lena Ye!.b has been a personal pupil ot mine (uv the last two years, during wmen tithe I have had the opportunity to become fully acquainted wini ner woik. I can reeoin-int't.her as tdiligentsnd conscientious siuu.iu o." tne tiignest siu.itiaid". Sue was a peivonai pit.il of Prof. Emii Winkier.'UircCtut ui the School of Aluaio, Nashville Ten. i, .thd studied lor ;, ummor in Bunion. Sne has inv.tnatily neenurged to luiurn to each a..l every position! I wliicu she ocvupitd, Mi.--s Webl make a specialty of Harmony and K:s:o.:j ot Music, as well U Waid-Bviiiiuiii -- ilifi Hfs? alas "g sPf" -- ff6g?ffiTsi?rffi &&? is !f J SilB'l" i fer rTTj Wholesale and detail Hardware. 3E p V rfTT-- v if t rv. x - ' .Tone I ' Ut p. .. S- -e . Your Patronage Solicited. WUi " TAKE THE BARRIER g .vom :i f gracious peisuiiaiity. cimnbing u.i.iner and winning ..tiditoS; iiTi i 'iiuciice is whole-soand inspiring u'tr ner students. asti '! with v no: l t e comes in con- m -- ia Jin; "Butcher. Here's A New "T r.KOUGIIT 1 Mr-- . vrit!. mo today," LOCUST NOW DUE. Lac . Customer" Siitisfied Customer. "She wants to try your iiic.it. I've told her what fine cuts you give me and how nice the moat is." That lias happened more than once with us. We'll try to PLEASE you, too, if you givp us the CIIAXCE. You'll find us SOU A HE. .Mr.--. said 1 J. Phone No. 365. Bo BRYANT. Woundetr-Boy Lancaster, Ky. I ft i". Blackberries next week. Barley threshing is in progress. Inproviag. William Goins the fourteen year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Goins of Forward gardners report ripe home I Marksbury who was wounded bv the grown tomatoes. accidental discharge of a revolver which he was handling recently, is getting wart Owls. Don't mRs a single number of the along nicely, is For the information of any person able to sit up in bed Chautauqua course. for short intervals, and it is thought who contemplate joining secret orders in Lancaster, and in order that they The apple crop in the county is re- his recovery will be rapid. of-th- While being initiated into the "Owls" in Lexington, the goat upon which a candidate was endeavoring to ride bolted through an open window of the lodge room, which was in the third story of a building. Luckily goat and rider landed upon a fire escape, and were only rescued after much trouble e stalupon the part of several lodge ' not be deterred from their determination, we wish to state that the goat is led to halShow your approval of a permanent Mr. John Magae, the clever and de- perfectly gentle, is always ter, and as a matter of further protecChautauqua in Lancaster by your servedly popular Fourth street merwindows of all the lodge rooms chant, suffered a very painful accident tion, the in town are securely screened with a was The smiling faces of the farmeis yesterday. He side-wal- moving a box. of heavv iron netting. k from the into his store these days denote the anticipation of baon a truck, and in some unaccount-tabl- e using splendid crops- way, the box of meat slipped, the Merchants raport an unprecedented top of the truck striking and breaking Mr. Magee's nose. The injury was exsale of binder twine this year, which indicates a bumper wheat crop for the tremely painful, and is deeply deplored by the ljgion of friends of the Chriscounty. Of ChiufFeur Esarainers tian gentleman. Mr. Magee was hurLancaster people responded nobly to ried to a local surgeon, who dressed the W. R. Rice, known to his Garrard the clean up call for this week, and the wound; and mauVhim as comfortable county friends as "Dolph" Rice, ami a as it was possible. Messenger. town presents a most cleanly appearance former Garrard county boy, is a memto the visitors. ' ber of the State Board of Examiners fi NEW INDUSTRY. for Chauffeurs. The firstjexamination Hibbard and Lee Prewitt "Buck" A young farmer of the county on will beheld in Bowling Green, Ky., on compose the local police force during July 5th. Attorney General Garnet, Chief Herron's convalescence, and are last Saturday marketed with a local commission merchant $31.50 worth of has decided that when in the line of performing their duties in a most acyellow root, or golden seal, it being the his employment a person is required to ceptable manner. result of a weeks labor, "between operate an automobile for all or a part Both those who wore the blue ar(jj times." This commodity is abundant of hi3 time, that employment constitutes the. gray flocked to the opera hou.--e j' n certa'n P&rts of this county, and is him a "Chauffeur" and he'raust stand recently to see the film roduction of of .a sa&erior .quality commanding top an examination and procure a license. the "Battle of Gettysburg", and their price in the market, $2.50 per pound. Other examinations under the new law will be held as follows: Paducah, first remarks during the performance in- Ginseng, senaca, snake root and or podophyllin are also to be Monday in September, Louisville, first dicated that it was very realistic. found in the hills of the county, and Monday in December, Lexington first Ahis industry would - yield a splendid Monday in February, Maysville first ' Boy ScOUlS To Go Into Camp. livelihood to those who are sufficiently Monday in April and Covington the Lancaster's contingent of the Boy well acquainted with the various-herfirst Monday in May. Chauffeurs may Scouts, 18 in .number, will leave' next and roots to gather them. obtain temporary license from the ComMonday morning' for "Camp Daniel missioner of Motor Vehicles at" "FrankAttend the ShOWS at the fort until they can take the examinaBoonV.'. the official Boy Scout camp on Kentucky river, for their annual sum- - Opera HoilSe, G00d OU& tion. Special examinations, will doubtmet outing. The Lancaster patrol will eaci, nighi, Program fer Saturday less be announced for every month. , be in foil uniform and is composed of Under the new law, owners of motor-- , films cmhis rf w cycles must procure licecens which costs w . w uw ww.u ... avtuku excellent comedy. A3 II. .fc Admission 5 & 10c. . anywhere in the state ?5. ' ' ,"1 ported as being unusually short. Deplorable Accident. "BCLPE" RICE - may-dapp- le ! bs - 4 According to a lale bulletin sent out by the State Agricultural Experiment Station, at Lexmgto.i, the seventeen year locust, last seen in 1897, are due LAS? SATURDAY LAST DAY to appear this year and a warning has rSR FlLUNi pawoss AND been sent to the farmers and fiuu growers of the state. The seventeen Alt Fi:cH Arc r.!icil. year locust is harmful, because in tlie ii: waim state it live:, by sccKing the sap Lht t S.ituicay lr.tduight was the clos- !3i from the root3 of trees and shruouery hour ior"tt e filing of nstitious for rrJ and when eggs are laid, trees and pttiti.s ing ' jl.vtd upon t! o b.iot at the coming W on which tney ate deposited die. 'ii.e AuaUiL primav and the Toiiowing cai ; Hi locust is the longest lived insect Known dii.cii-s filed tt..- . ,ieiiuo:is v.ith the ES to scientists. Ste.icti.ry or State;- I Seventeen years ago the eggs f 10m (long term) Governor James which this j ear's crop ot locusts wiill Senator 3. jlcCieury, jr J. C. Y. be hatched, were laid on trees a: u a .....l trn. i..rti. :..., :r. . it olinlt!i.k.ir 111c nrnrj ' a.uuuucj. TMi.. C6B nft .!.... .r ..... .1,. Ii citan.ev of iieiicersoti, complete the "i mice ivkhu develop into worms, which drop ;n i.. denioci. u.iuu die republicans the trees and burrow into the grout. d, h. where they have lived since 1897, pre-in- g have to cnooie between on the roots of trees. During June Augustus E. Vv'iison of Louisville, It. the worms are expected to rta- - p .i 1. Earnst of Covington and Lott and the of i.i:.ilisonsviile, and develop into the locust. i'logressivcs w.ii cast their ballots for either George V'. Jolly of Owensttoro r tiurton Vance of Louisville Senate (hort term) Democratic hon. Johnson N. Camden of Versailles TO who now holds tee position by virtue of n Ckj McCrec y appointment, gressman David H. Smith of Hcdgens-vil'- e FROM BIG BRYANTSVILLE and Ge:..' l'ennett H. Young of Lou'sville, Commander of the United FiRIl Confederate Veterans. In this issue of the Record will Le Those to fi.'e their petitims for the found the dissolution sale bill of the ccuiressional numir.auon from this the Becker-Ballar- d Co., of Bryantsvitle, eighth congiessional district are: Demowhich is a bona tided as Mr. Ballard cratic, Hon. Harvey Helm of Stanford. tells us he will possitively sever his. Republican, Jrttnes P. Spillman of connection with this well known firm Harrodsburg at.J the Progressives are to engage in other pursuit. J. F. HoltzcU'.v Jl Lraieaoter and War- U Hogan Ballard is one. of themostprc-gressiy- e ner V. Jesse of Shelby viile business men and. cleverest Thd majority of these candidates exception of Mr. gentlemen in the county, and we sin- with the m cerely hope that his future business Camden, will enter at once upon the engagements wilt not take him away prosecution cr an active and aggressive from the county, the county of lua campaign, and iro.n now until the 4th s, birth. He tells us that he has several day of next August may be expected ProPos't''ns nnder consideration and is to make the welkin ring in their efforts not decided as yet as to which one he to convince he dear people thad each will accept. and every one of them are the most plausible and be3t equipped man fo.r CapbHerron able To Be Out. position to which they aspire. t I.ir. Camden has announced that .he Capt. Luther E. Herron who wfs shot recently by Robert Stranger1 a will give his attention to his duties to negro, is sufficiently recovered as to be the work-i- n hand "in. Washington, but able to be about the streets, and ' ex- that assooh is he is able to get away will enter Into the pects shortly to be able to resume 'his from Vsshin-rtoduties as Chief of Police. heat of the campaign. THEY'RE OFF Davidson llRJillrl-SlpJ. f?J-Sjifry- & Doty. - ; :ti HOGM BALLARD RETIRE r .- ex-Co- Is what you will get in a jtc-siblo- - BUGGY, WAGON OR HARNESS Compare my prices and quality with others. n m .J. ir - ROMANS. i nfflB1!BlBirgiwaiii-gffiafiiiaiiiia- rrjlB .rAt. K ,.Ki--W- . - f v. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday June 25, 1914. D sg!SipCTgiraas5iii JUT 11 DUnlHuDD uamm '&wmmm ML BESBSSSSSlSIDBff5SSra! & z4 Pjk tr&m LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. m b Farewe! Ot I li JSL&M Lancaster, CLOSE HIS l&'vilJrJE.li Ky. DOORS FOREVER i tod 8)1 WILL SHORTLY SALL OPENS Giving such as no other store ever attempted in Kentucky. LPlilO Last rarewel mix inaftri W "4 HIIfluaUEIJ; Julv Pvl. & Necessity Knows No Mercy We Must Sell At All Hazards TERMS CASH Mammoth stock High Grade, Dry Goods, Clothing, Garments, Furnishings, Shoes, Ready-To-We- ar Hats, Caps, Etc., for Men, Women and Children to be distributed into the homes of the people for less than actual cost of raw material. At 9 o'clock, A. 5,000 Yards beautifullawns worth 7cts, per yard 4cts. TERMS CASH At 9a B After 30 years of a successful and honorable business career in Lancaster, Ky., I have concluded to retire from active business in Lancaster and devote all my time to my 280 acre farm which I recently purchased and which must be paid for by Aug. 1st. Rather than sell my stock in bulk, which could easily be done I have concluded to give the people of Lancaster, Ky., and surrounding counties the first opportunity to buy the stock at retail, beginning Wednedsay, July 1st., at 9 a. m. sharp. e Merchandise that I have carried for the past many years, for every Man, Woman and Child in this viIt will not be necessary for me to go into details relative to the H. Batson was the best that money could buy. It will be the event of the twentieth century a tremendous slaughter of cinity is aware of the fact that anything that was bought from K. Garments, Furnishings and Eats for Men, Women and Children, for the entire stock of R. H. Batson will modern merchandise, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, every price quoted herein is absolutely correct. I find myself at this time with an enormous stock of highest class merchandise go in this mighty sale. Nothing will be reserved and which I will distribute into the homes for less than the actual cost of the raw material, leaving the labor entirely out of the question. The World's Greatest Dry Goods and Clothing Sale will begin on Wednesday, July 1st at 9 a. m. sharp for 1 6 days only when the entire stock of R. H. Batson will be sold for less than half the cost of raw material. Kigh-GradReady-To-Wear OUR GUARANTEE. We assure each and every purchaser absolute satisfaction and will take back, exchange or refund your money on any purchase unsatisfactory for any reason whatR. H. BATSON. soever. Free Trip To Lancaster and Return VTitt, Railroad fare paid both ways to out of town buyers. L ess s& SS 3C3 The first 50 Ladies buying of any kind of Merchandise on P la f glib;worth $3.00 p E WEDNESDAY JULY 1ST. & SATURDAY JULY4TH BATSON RETIRING FROM THE RETAIL BUSINESS. will receive a Beautiful Dress Length Free. To A Whisper. IPrices Cut in mind there are thousands of other articles which spaca will not allow usOome and See Por Yourself, to mention at equally low prices. Bear Attention Ladies White Lingerie and Lace Retiring Sale Dresses. Price Assorted Lot of Ladies Silk Dresses worth $10.00 Retiring Sale Price Crene DeChine and Silk Poplin Dresses worth 20.00 Retiring Sale Price Mora Silk Suits worth Retiring Sale $30.00. & Price Spring Coats in Silk and Wool 1 9S to S9.D8. Liidies ready made Skirts this seasons htvles, prices from ?4.'.tS down to Table Linen woith 35cts. Rain Coats. 21CTS Retiring Sale Price Med's Caps worth 7oc. all Q(P Men's Slicker Raincoats iwo yarn wiae laoie Lanen .... 2.19 oOu worth $3.30 sile price 49CTS K it Men's Pants Department . Beautiful pattern Men's Hats worth 1.50 and 1 lot Men's Raincoats We have about 300 pair of Bleached and unbleached rjnwn 79C1S worth ?G. sale price 1.75 sale price 3.2S ' Mndin wnrth in,. Pants odds and ends worth .... ......... ...., rv. j .II. .A vr : r ..,:: n nn Aht;iliii 01 Mens Hats in Dress, Felt 1 lot Ladies Raincoats regjnt. ii-- ..... ?3iJ Huck Towels, good size,each OCtS and Derby, worth $2.and $2.50 I 2.98 'Jftflrmira P'iTltq frnrwl pnnilfrh ular $6.50, sale price .. . . Towels each 4ctS Retiring Sale Price for Sundav wear sold everv- I whprp nt S3., this sale Shoes. Shewing worth 40cts, per yd 28ctS Men's Straw Hats Almost Pants 150 nairs of Man's Men's Shoes ?2.7o, retirGiven Away. 1.49 Spool Cotton Clarks in stripes and neat checks 4ctS ing sale price regular $4.00, and $4.50. Mens Furnishings. Men's Shoes worth $3.50 reretiring sale price Ladies' Furnishings. 1.98 50 doz Mens Negligee Shirts tiring sale price Dress Goods. Ladies Hose, worth lOcts Men's Fine Dress Shoes nimp latest patterns, worth $1.00 Sale Price 2.85 Shephard Plaid, regular ofbi Sale price worth $4. sale price ubliJ , RetiringWork Shirts on earth Best sale 50c value, Retiring QG1 Ladies Handerchiefs, worth 1 lot June pumps for Ladies price par yard ULLIS 10c, sale price 03 v Mens Suits. 2CTS worth 75c sale price 98C Crepe DeChine. Solid colj Mens Handkerchiefs worth nn and children sale price 8.50 Ladies Vests, worth 10c. Mens Suits worth 1 lot Tan Button Oxfords, ors and white. Regular 1. 01 SCTS lOcts, Sale Price 1.7S Sale price value. This Sale t I worth $3. now Mens Suspenders worth 50c. Sale Price ICf1 Ladies Vests worth 20c. plain and colors Charmause, 1 lot Patent Leather button 1DL Sale Price Mens Suits, good enough 2.00 worth and Brocaded 1.98 sale price 50 dozen Ties worth 50cts for husiness wear, sells all ... p & lace Shoes were $3., now . Per Yard Ladies Shirt Waists worth Big ot Gun Metal Ladies over for12.50 Retiring price Yard wide Chiffon Taffeta 49CTS Sale Price 81. sale price button and lace Shoe3 Sold Handsome VTorsted Suits Silk, black and colors, worth Mens Hose worth 15c, sale price 7c, Ladies Corset Covers worth 1.50 & fancy mixtures, that black $1.50. Per yard .18C1S Men3 Hose worth 10c, gale price 4C. at $2.50 sale price Retiring Price sell for $18. 50c, sale price Dry Goods. Extra! Extra! Men's Suits made by best tailors in Ladies Night Gowns, worth Mens lialioriggan uuaerwear QAp America hand padded collar, 3,000 worth of trunks. Suit casee uULh . 39CTS worth 35c, Sale Price Fast colored Lawns, per yard 4cts 75c, sale price minute in style and fit you Mens Ballbriggan Underwear Ladies Night Gowns worth Best standard Calicos worth QQP and blankets will be sold at prices would consider them a bar8SCTS worth 75c, Sale Price 5CTS $1.25, sale piice OuL never before heard of. lOcts. Per yard gain at $20. Sale price 2.451 Here we have another lot of English cut Garments no merchant tailor can duplicate them for loss than 25.00' Our nripp.. Apron Ginghams worth lOcts Per yard 5CTS sale price Ladies 12.95 .... luuiu Men's Hats and Caps. Hose worth 33c lAp-pC- Duck Brand Overalls.regular $1.25 and $1. value, Sale Price 82C , 1 Notice To The Public. Read Reasons For This Sale. 4.45 9.95 v .98 . n,.iri ..-- -.. m. 13.75 1.9 1.48 1.9 1.19 Fairfield, Wayne County, Ills. The affiant B. F. Smith states on oath that on the 26th day of May 1914, he sold to R. H. Batson of Lancaster, Ky., the following Real Estate, described as follows, to-w- it: J te 3 n'l 2.95 4.95 7.8 IK 1.10 1MB , The East one half of the S. E. Quarter of Section 3 J, and the S. E. Quarter of Section 35, and the S. W. Quarter of the S. E. Quarter of Section 35. All in the township one south range six east of the Third Principal Meridian in Wayne County, Illinois. Containing 280 acres for which the said Batson agrees to pay for about August 1st, 191 1. .89i lit I J up-to-t- W. B. Myers. Notary Public Seal Wayne County I B. F. SMITH, Signed ana sworn to before me a Notary Public, this June 1st, 1914. W. B. MYERS, N 1 9.65 Illinois. Notary Public. TIT TT " EAD OIM qt O Q Tt Va111 AOA Ml xuucjr ill uuj vveuncauajr Tlllvr C Hopon me nrsi L irain,auiomoDiie,; wagon, norse or anyimng inai win get you nere Tir.J.nJnvt "aj " qvcq. . iuui T! AATT nm 11 wwic auu. a lot of Goods. You will be sorry if you miss it. go further than it ever did before. Bring" along" your trunk, suit case or anything" that will hold T M. A f 1 9 1 A 1 "1 m 1 The paralyzing prices will stir the population for miles One Dollar will iiO file Work Of Three Dollars Stop everything for this Sale, and borrow the money if you have not got it. The affiant R. H. Batson appeared before me this June 24th., and states on oath that he bought on May, 26th. 1914, Two Hundred and Eighty acres of land as stated in affidavit he publishes in his sale bill of this date and further states that this land is to be paid for on or about Aug. 1st. 1914. R. H. BATSON. Signed and sworn to by R. H. Batson in my presence this W. O. RIGNEY, Notary Public. June 24th. 1914. Store will be closed Monday and Tuesday, June 29th, 30th., to arrange and rearrange stock and will be open again Wednesday, July 1st, sale ever placed before Remember the date and place. The greatest value-givin- g the public commencing Wednesday, July 1st., and continues 16 days. Look for the big red sign and the name R. H. Batson, R. H. Lancaster, Ky. LANCASTER, Batson KENTUCKY. Jf' - STORE FOR RENT. Railroad fares paid to purchasers of $20.00 or over for a radius of 35 miles. WAWTPH 35 Extra Salepeople apply at W illl 1 LV once. R. H. Batson. g. .!f. " fej .. i 1 I' h fl- - The Central Record, Thursday June 25 1914. Page 3 H M I aH .B H v iB AH f 1 Some of the finest Farming Land in West Texas is now being placed on the market by B m H HH H B fl W. M. SANDIFER ! I B laiaiaiaiaiaiaH iaiaiaH ' H 1 small tracts, one of the finest Ranches in Texas, 1 which Knox County, Texas. I have just cut up and into will offer at low prices and on easy terms. of Knox-City, Sub-Divid- ed 99 per cent of this land is fine Agricultural land. About 000 acres of it now being in cultivation on which is growing Wheat, Oats, Corn, Maize. Sorghm and other feed crops. This land is all well located, being close to Schools and Churches, begins in about two miles of Knox-Cit- y, and runs North West; the futherest out being about five miles from town. Part of the Raw Land has Mesquite Timber on it, enough for wood and posts. Plenty of fine water to be had at a depth of from 45 to 60 feet. Some of this land will grow Alfalfa, it being Valley land, but never overflows. Mr Henry Hutchinson, recently of Garrard County, has been all over this land, was present and saw each tract surveyed out. Ask him about it, he is now in Garrard County representing me and will take pleasure in telling you about this beautiful country. Our other agent Mr. B. Seal is familiar with the country and will tell you facts about it. ASK THEM. TERMS One-thi- rd Cash, balance 10 years at 8 per cent. Knox-Cit- y, B. SEAL,, Agent. W. M. SANDIFER. The Land Man, HENRY HUTCHINSON; Agent. Texas. Lancaster, Ky. Lancaster, Ky, PAINT I,MJK. CRAB ORCHARD. PKEAl'IIBHSVIIiLK. Mr. Owen Duvall has been quit sick, is better now. Miss Cora Bryant, of Judson, visited Miss Mary Pettus. ill f & Ite&tf8t:r- - Save Money! Buy Your Tires of Us! garage carries a large stock THIS Ores the kind that really longest and are cheapest You won't be bothered with tire trouble on long runs If you benefit by our experience In tires. Drop a postal for our circulars Better still, talk tires with us In per ton right off. We'll put you wise. vJlilfby ?; """" "- - - Ml III1 ' We make a specialty of tires. prices. All sizes. selling reliable Best grades. Lowest list We can convince you. Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. 1 S H .v" Mr. Charlie MaGruder wife and children are with Mrs. James Manuel. Mr. Jesse Beazley was a business Mesdames Mary Hunter and Mollie visitor in Lexington the past week. Burgin spent Monday in Stanford There will be Children's Day exercises at Mt. Tabor on Sunday at eleven Mrs. Hannah Steger continues on o'clock. crutcnes but is able to get around Miss Jeanette Eldridge is a student quite well. at the Ky. Normal School at Richmond Misses Elizabeth and Ailene Newland for six weeks. visited Mr. Henry Newland's family Mr. and Mrs. Feiix Estridge of Berea near Cedar Creek. were the guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Brack Gray of Carters-vill- e Mrs. Eli Estridge. were guests of Mrs. Bettie BuchMrs. Elisha Bowling, of McWhorter, anan on last Friday. Ky., is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. S. W. Fife and babies of WinC. McWhorter. chester, are with her parents Mr. and E. Mrs. James Chadwick. Mrs. Hays Metcalf and children, of Rev. Rogers, pastor of the Bantis: Cicero, Ind.. are the guests of Mr. and church left Monday for a visit to his Mrs. J. M. Metcalf. Mr. Woods Walker leaves Friday for mother in Mobile Ala. a visit to his friend Mr. J, R. Smith Jr Dr. Harmon has been enjoying a visit from his father, who lives near Cory-do- n of Fayetteville Tenn. Mi3S Geneva Rucker returned MonInd, for several weeks. day from a visit to her friend M rs. C. Mr. and Mrs. Wilder of Wilmore Richmond. motored to this place Sunday to visit B. Miller near Miss Stella McWhorter of Berea. has Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collier. been the guest of her sister, Mrs Mrs. John Chadwick and sister Miss Margaret James of Detroit Mich, are Abney and other relatives. Thers were services at Walnutta visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Chadwick. Sunday morning and evening conducted Mrs. W. D. Dunn who has been in Godbey, of Cohege Hill. failing health for some months will go by Rev. Mrs Fannie Walker, of Lancaster, to Richmond soon to consult a specialist was the week end guest of Mrs. Tom Mrs. M. E. Fish and Montez Fish Slavin and Mrs. Burdett Ramsey. and Mrs. Allie Pettus and children are Miss Chastine Rucker is spending the in Louisville the guests of Mrs. J. C. week in Lancaster as the guest of 'Miss Rinehart. during Chautauqua. Mrs. Margaret Sparrow writes her Mattie Adams Miss Emma Odor, is in Lancaster mother Mrs. Mary Culton that see is seeing the sights in the great cities of this week for Chautauqqua and is the eastern states and enjoying her the guest of Mrs. Fannie Walker. trip greatly. Miss Beulah 'Cotton returned home but International Harvester Manure Spreaders vBflnHHiBIBSflBQS frame on steel wheels that lasting basis on which Inter- Mr. J. J. Thompson, who has been sick, is some better. Miss Rachel Foley, of Williamsburg, i3 visiting her father, Mr. E. Foley. Miss Tana Thompson, of Crab Orchard, visited Misses Wadie Mae and Iva Thompson, Miss Lucy Pettus is visiting her uncle, Mr. Joseph Pettus and family at Springfield. 3GrejKS0TwvkMr' Mr. Walker Pettus and family, of near Hubble, visited his mother, Mrs. Rebecca Pettus. Mr. Jones L. Anderson has received his uew automobile and Is getting to be a proficient driver. Mr. and Mrs. Burch Hester, of Stanford, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Anderson Sunday. Rev. R. H. Baird, pastor of the M. E. church has at last completed the job of painting the parsonage. It is a good job. Mr. David Thompson, of Danville, Miss Lillian Garner, and sister-in-laof Cedar Creek, were attending church here Sunday. Tie IHC Line CIAIN AND HAT STEEL SknJn TILLAGE Spriu.TMtl, Pt. Dbk SltDm. Frtuts CORK MACHINIJ Pluttrt, Picitra Hatm. CiWnUri EuOtft Crttr. Hay Kk. Stacktrs HijLufcn ftMtn. Rttytn Hm4cti. Hwtrs MACHINES national manure spreaders are built. All parts, including box, beater, spreading mechanism, apron, are built by experts, using best materials, from careful designs based on field tests. Every detail is strong and durable, built ft Hums Cihfatort 0U OU ONCRAL UNE u4 Cu EagiaM Sprta ten Craam Separators Muv Tnctirt for long life and ease of draft. Among the features that will interest you are these: Simple protected beater driving mechanism, all of steel; load carried on rear axle, insuring traction; reversible gear and worm; low, easily loaded box, with ample Molar Tracks Tkratkcri Fana Waaau CnJaDiE, FaW Criadars KaJfa Griaaars BafcrTwiu clearance underneath; end gate, preventing clogging of beater while driving to the field; etc All styles are in the IHC spreader line, high and low, endless and reverse apron, and various slios for small and large farms. Our catalogues will tell you more. Write for them and let us tell you also where yoa may see 1 H C manure spreaders. I Several Stanford ladies attended services at the Baptist church Sunday and were guests of Mesdames J. M. Cress and D. M. Anderson. Mr. and"Mrs. Wm. Naylor and children, of near Stanford, and Mr. and Mrs. Grover Gastineau, of Point Leavell visited Mr. and Mrs. John Naylor. Mrs. Logan Thompson continues to Rehave bad luck with her xoultry. cently a mink killed a fine drove of 45 turkeys, leaving the nice frying-size- d good lady only five and their condition is so very precarious as to almost preclude the possibility of reaching the holiday market. m International Harvester Company of America MceisoraitdJ Mew Albany Chaapioa Ind. McCtmtci: M3wu&M Daeriai OiWm PIuo m Automobile 8 m M o wy XT K" JcCS ATTENTION. in Lexington why m When m not stop at a Garage where 1 prompt and satisfactory $ fi services are rendered. B 0. 0 8 5 It M 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 prices are reasonable. s m Central 135-1- 38 I I Motor Car Co-- . South Limestone. Lexington, Kentucky. An ice cream supper was given by with Miss Lena Schooler, of Hyatts-vill- e, to be her guest for several days. the Tennis club on their grounds Saturday evening and a nice little sum Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Rucker visited, realized which will be used to pay for Mrs. Ruckws' parents, Mr. and Mrs. their fixtures. Andrew Cochran at Whites Station on Miss Annie Hutchison has been quite Sunday. sick but is better at this time. Mr. There will be no preaching services Boyle Vass Singleton is getting along at Old Paint Lick church on Sunday as very well. Mrs. Robert Gaines has will be at Mount Victory improved very much in the last few in the Mountains of Ky. for a series of days". services. One of the most enjoyable events of Misses Pearl Hill, Blanch Wilson, the season was the Sunday School pic- - Rebecca Scrivener and Nora Wyatt, of nic held here Thursday. Rev. Rogers Berea who have been the attractive of the Baptist church proposed a union guests of Mr. Carlos Hedrick for a picnic in which both churches should week returned home Sunday. participate. Promptly at nine oclock Mr. Chester Metcalf and Mr. Carlos the wagons, surreys and autos were ready to haul passengers, an J such a Hedrick were hosts Friday evening for to the merry crowd scarcely ever was seen a most enjoyable hay-rid- e before. Baskets of splendid lunch were "Caves" in Madison county, in honor taken. The crowd gathered in the grove of Mr. Carlos Hedrick3 guests. near the Brown Spring and all prepared Mr. Hume Rucker and little son, for a jolly time. A foot race was run Howard Embery of Louisville came by Rev. Rogers and Walker Napier tte last week to be the guests of Mr. and latter winning the race, then Rev. Mrs. I. u. Rucker. Mr. Rucker only Rogers and Raymond Bell ran, Raymond remained a short time but Master being the winner, then came Myrtle Howard will spend the summer with Murry and Mr. John Robinson, Myrtle his grand-parent- s. gaining the race by several feet Other On Tuesday evening of last week, races were fun by Misses Clara Collier and Myrtle Murry and Mrs. George Mr. Carlos Heddrick gave a mojt enhouse- guests, Stephenson and Mrs. Ann James. A joyable party for his Misses Wyatt, Hill, Scrivener and Willaughable negro sermon was preached by Rev. Rogers which was loudly ap- son of Berea. About 40 young people deplauded and recitations by Mrs Daisy were present. Late in the evening Hunt and Clara Collier were enjoyed licious refreshments were served, and reluctance, by all. There were baseball games. the guests departed with host and a re t loud in their praise of their jumping, singing and then such nhnrmirnr hew of cruests. past as was spread didn'c look a bit like hard times in this part of the country, Another social event of much pleasure was the lawn fete given on Tuesday evening by Misses Beulah and Goldie Cotton and Mr. Jerome Cotton in honor of their guest, Miss Lena I Schooler and Mr. Carlos Hedrick's For Infants and Children. house party. The young hosts lovely fha Kind Yoa Have Alwajs Bwght Jawn made an ideal place for entertaining and dainty refreshments were Bears the fcUzAt&i served to a goodly number of happy Signature of guests. I dge - .i-- l vl&2Z4&: rf v V- .. rveruhdu SrTZTfc s3;s5 jsX' Worn Out? No doubt you are, if you suffer from any of the numerous ailments to which an women are subject. Headache, backache, sideache, nervousness, weak, tired feeling, are some of the symptoms, and you must rid yourself of them in order to feel well. Thousands of women, who have been benefited by this remedy, urge you to 3 SSeSX?.' H" , i. ;" M Drinks, I .- -, i& TAKE Cardui The Woman's Tonic m I m f Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., says: "BeforetakingCardui, I was, at times, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain in my back and head nearly killed me. After taking three bottles of Cardui, the pains disappeared. Now I feel as well as I ever did. Every I M it answers every beverage , re- - vim, vigor, refreshment, wholesomeness. gs quirement It will satisfy you. ffl k CASTOR A Demand the .genuine by full name Kicknamcs encourage substitution. tryCardul." Cetabottte iooay,- - THE . COCA-COL- COMPANY GA. gpffrrjOM Um' HV y ", . ATLANTA. Whenerer see an Jon think of Coca-Col- a. mt Tr Page: 4 TheCectral Record INCORPORATED. I The Central Record, Thursday June 25, 1914 G. M. Patterson, H. T. Logan. 'j-.'.- Issued Weekly ' S1.00 J. . ROBINSON. Editor. R.U ELKIN. Business Manager. Euterod at llio I'mrJlnict; in !.Riicter, an feufon.I-Cliuss R. E. McRoberts,;Dr. SV. M. Elliott, Dr. J. ElB. Kinnaird, R. S, Brown,' more. R. Zimmer, T. J. Price, Joseph Mercantile Co, Dr. J. Ar Amon, W. R. Bastin. Rev. F. M. Tinder. J. E. Prof M. L. Caneer and John M. R. H. BATSON LEAVING LANCASTER ARSENATE OF LEAD , FOR TOBACCO WORMS. Dir-kerso- n. Government Experiments Prove That It Is More Efficient Than Paris Green Farra. K- - Mull Maftcr. Member Kentucky and Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., June 25, 1914. Rates For Political Announcements For Trecinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 10.00 r County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 p"or Calls, per line .10 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the jnter-e- st of individuals or expression of individual views, per Obituaries, per line 05 These gentlemen made it possible for Lancaster to have a Chautauqua, and we will venture to say thurd is not one among the number who regrets his action, who is not prep-ireto say that But he is fully repaid for the outlay. these gentleman should not be allowed to ioe, when it takes b'lt your attendOther towns in ance to prevent it. Kentucky, smaller and less pretentious towns than Lan:,ister. have successful meetings annually, H not let it be said to Lancaster's shame that "they had a Chautauqua one year, lost money and never had another." Come in and help oat this year and do all in your power to insure a return visit next year. U And Will Kol Burn The Crop. LLARA n'l RTvn J ttiErir i3ii There is a great scarcity of farm labor in the country, farmers complain that it is impossible to secure sufficient help to properly cultivate their crops, and arc of a necessity compelled to curtail the amount of land cultivated. Yet in the face of this fact, you can come to town almost any day and find from dozen to twenty five idle hands, men and half grown boys loafing around: any hot day a half dozen half grown colored boys may be found around the park, lolling in the s'nade and the services of one of them could not ie procured for love nor money. This matter should be remedied, with the amount of work to be done and the great demand for laborers with fair wages ofTered. there is absolutely no excuse for anyone being idle. Thtre are stringent laws upon the statute books against "vagrancy" and it appears to us that these laws are being flagrantly violatend in Lancaster every day. .Not only this, but the violators are living off their more industrious neighbors, probably off S3me cook who is toiling in a hot kitchen. ( The usual excuse ofTered, if they deign to offer an excuse for not work-in- a, is sickness. Of course no one is, or should be, expectetd to w ork when they are sick, nor do we demand or expect it. but the majority of us are compelled to work', and we believe that the idle minority, who are living"by the sweat of the brow of the industrious, should be compelled to labor for thei. sustenance, that is if they are able, and in cases where the excuse of sickness is offered, the certificate of a physician should be demanded, and in the event it is not forthcoming, and they still refuse to go to work, why then "a bird that can sing and won't sing should be made to sing", let them have the benefit of the laws provided for just such Ci.ses.,.let them be placed at making httie one's out of j?ig ones a little while, and they will soon learn to avoid the paths of idleness. 3mw M diLL V BI9TAN And Driver, By Eiel Caten Wins At The following taken from a Lexing' ton paper shews that Mat Cohen is be fining his sensational 'winnings' early in the season Mat. . Cohen returned labt night from Davton, O., where he has been one of the principal exhibitors at the recent liur.se show, with ten firsts, two seconds and two thirds, and where he had won a bigger peicentageof ribbons than any exhibitor, especially when the fact that he had but fcur horses with him is taken into consideration. Two of his first ribbons weie championships, Mary Yandel Fox and Gossip dominat ing the three-gaitebein, classes awarded the championships in their respective classes, while the three-gaite- d mare Clara Bell and the roadster mare Ethel Mae also were first prize winners. 'Clara Belle" is owned by llin local horseman, Col. Billy Burton, and he claims she is destined to be a great bread winner. Mr. Burton while not entering his .horses in his own name and being disinclined to mention the fact that he even owns "a good 'un" is neverthelebs usually thi Oivner of one of the best goers o.i the circuit. He tells us tnat is expecting great things of Clara Bell. d h-- WILL PROBABLY MAKE HIS HOME IK ANOTHER STATE is with profound regret that the Record announces that Lancaster and and Garrard County is to lose one of their most respected citizens and successful business men. As announced in the advertising section ot this issue, Mr. R. H. Batson has recently purchased a farm near Fairfield Ills, and after dispos ing of his stock of goods here in Lancaster will probably remove to Fairfield It M. TINDER BELOVED PASTOR OF about Aug. 15, to make that town his permanent home. Mr Batson came to this county (to Brvantsviilel in 1875 and has been prominently identified with the county's progress and development ever since. He ran a General Merchandise store there, later moving to Paint Lick and running a store at that point, the volume of his trade grew so rapidly that he found it necessary to move his business to Lancaster as a more central point from which to reach his constantly growing list of customers. Mr. Batson possessed the inborn qualities of the successful merchant which in more populous communities where larger opportunities could have been had, he would have made A GREAT MERCHANT. Not only has his ganiu3 a3 a constructive, merchant been exhibited in the pronounced succsss of his own business, but it is a note worth fact that every young person who submitted himself to Mr. Batson 'a training became himself a successful merchant. J. L. Watkins a member and at the head of the largest Hardware Distributing House in Central Ky had his training under Mr. Batson. Mr. James Y. Currey was so successfully trained bv him that he became the head of the sho. Dspartment of Abraham & Strauss of Brooklyn N. Y. at an enormous salary. Mr. James Smith, now one of the most successful merchants in Lancaster also obtained his training in Mr. Batson's Lancaster store, while Mr3. Sarah Marrs another former employ of his is now at the Head of a Knoxville business, drawing one of the largest salaries ever paid a woman in the South. In spite of the many requirements of his own business. Mr. Batson has always found time to devote a portion of his talent for the common welfare of this community. In fact in every public matter affecting the general welfare of this County, Mr. Batson has always been found on the firing line. The loss of such a citizen is "a Community Loss". Accordingly the Record makes this announcement with propound regret, But witn a UUD bf t,tiU to Inm wno tor 60 years has been our neighbor our friend and a public benefactor. Tobacco growers in Kerftucky. Tennessee ana adjoining States are advised by Government specialists to use arsenate of lead in freeing their crop of hornworms-th- e greatest pest that the o grower in the districts has to face. Arsenate of lead is said to be both effective and safer than Paris green which has been used ex- -' tensively against the pests for some years. With it there is ne risk of burning the tobacco and this alone,' in the opinion of the United States Department of Agriculture, makes its use advisable despite the somewhat increased expense. In addition it appears, un like Paris green, to have no injurious effect upon the operator. Until recent years it was customary to pick off the homwoims by! 'hand woiming" as the work wast called. As labor grew scarcer and less effective, however, this method became too expensive aim growers were compelled to employ an insecticide. Of those first employed, Paris green proved the most satisf actory-o- r rather the letst unsatisfactory for it frequently causes a considerable loss. In 1912, for example, in several fields in Tennessee it was estimated that the damage done by Paris green ranged from 10 to 23 per cent of the gross value of the crop. Exceptional cases are on record where the damage has run as high as 50 per cent. Arsenate of lead causes none of this damage, aecordiug to statements in Farmers' Bulletin 503, "Arsenate of Lead as an Insecticide Against the Tobacco Hornworms in the Dark Tobacco Districts," just published by the U. S- - Department of Agriculture. On one occasiou four acres of Kentucky tobacco were treated with an application of Z pounds per acre of powdered ai senate of lead at a time when the worms averaged two a plant. Two days later only four live worms were found in the entire field. Weather conditions undoubtedly contributed to establish this extraordinary result, but they do not account for the fact that there was no injury to the tobacco from poison burn. The crop was well advanced and at a stage when Paris green burn is very common. To secure the best results, arsenate of lead should be mixed with some form of carrier. A number of experiments indicate that the most satisfactory cardark-tobacc, ! -- Wy 7 EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SiLO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build cement Silos 12, 14 and 16 feet in diameter, any height. We have had many experiences in this line and our work is the best. 4 ,if you need cement work of any kind. CBnimL,tmmMn:uM..tM."Lijj. bjw Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., ivmryr PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. n SOME LADY profitable and attractive emnlovment. for nil nr rt of her time. One lady 'onh is wanted and she must possess the necessary qualifications. A most at tractive proposition will be made such a lady Dy one ot tne largest establishments in the Middle West. Addrczs: 1100 Fourth Nat'l Bank B!do Cincinnati, Ohio of refinement, culture and pleasing per- o1Uijij,, aim wiui u wiue acquaintance in tnis town and vicinity, can secure oermnnenr. Lancaster Home-comin- g Qolored Fair. AUGUST H. HARRIS, Pres. CHRISTIAN CHURCH, ROUNDS GUT ELEVENTH YEAR General News. l 8 II liywM, T FIND ! YOUU IT IN THIS COLUMN. WIIW '!! W I. (MUTADQUA IN LANCASTER Greatest AtlracLoa Ever Seen Here. Of Kinislry In Lancaster. NOW IN PROGRESS The Kcdpath Chautauqua now in progress in Lancaster, is by far the greatest tr ing in the way of an at traction ever seen in Lancaster. Interesting, attractive, elevating, bringing attractions that appeal to all classes, refined, entertaining it appeals to the taste of everyone who loves music and literatur-- , and is an attraction that we positively cannot miss the opportunity to make an annual airair. It offers to the people of the community opportunitn-- j that they would go miles and spi-ntwice the amount it will cost in order to jt the benefit. The leading numbers on the program are yet to come. Today, Thursday Dante's Ban 1 will be heard both af and evening. Those who have heard this and say that it is equal to if not belter man Aryl'a, andtl.e latui is cone dr.' J t be o:ie of the very best in the country. Don't miss heanr.g Dante. Friday afternoon Hon. Richard Pearson Hobaun will bd heaid. .Mr. Ilobson has a world w;d imputation as a lecturer and is teeond to none on the lecture pi tl'jrin; as a member of the National Congress he won for himself a name and fame that will endure to the end of time. These two numbers alono are well worth the price of admission to the entire weeks course of was crowded to its capacity, all bent entertainments, and this amount has on doing honor to the splendid gentleoften besn charged for admission to man in whose honor the gatherinf was either one of these numbers. called. It was through the efforts of the The various ministers paid eloquent following progressive and public spirit- tribute to their colleague, showing con ed gentlemen and business men that clusively in what high esteem he was this great attraction was brought to held, both by them and the members In order to secure the of the various congregations of Lancaster. the weeks engagement they pledged them- city other than his own. As for the selves to sell 400 season tickets, and devotion of his own fold, it is unbound- they stand a good chance to lose money ea ana woras wouia De inadequate to lor tneir progressiveness. This should express the esteem in which he is held not be, the people of Garrard county and U e appreciation of his services. should come to their rescue and fill the During the eleven years that Bro. tent to overflowing during the last two Tinder has been in Lancaster he has days To f the course, thereby insuring endeared himself to the people of the not only that these gentlemen will not town and county as few men, ministers lose on their guarantee, a guarantee or otherwise, could. High and low, solely Jor your benefit, but also insur- rich and poor, regardless of their re ing the return of the Chautauqua an- ligious affiliations, honor and respect other year. him, and his friends, out of thechateh . . It Following is a list of the guarantors; as wen us Iin St. are numoerea . Dy .hiA. 11, J. S. Haselden, Haselden Bros.. Hurt acqua'ntanceship, and to a person thtv & Anderson, $&Ef Robinson, J. E. voice the sincere hopethat he may re S tonnes, X.W. Smith, Central Record, main in Lancaster lor tnnce as manv J R. Mount, Son jBj Co, JVIT.Bainey.iJyears as he ha.already. served. d tei-no1 -- In deieience to the fact that Elder F. M. Tinder rouuded out hi? eleventh year as minister in charge of the local Christian church on last Sunday, the various ministers of ihe city announced from the pulpit tnat there would be no services in the various churches on Smday evi-.iiig- . and asked that their congregations attend worship at the Christian church, in deference to the anniversary of Bro. Tinder. On Sunday evening th old edifice on Stanford street where the beloved pastor had served so long and faitnfully. ! Ml WPIIW f Mason, Shelby and Anderson counties : who will have joined the ranks of those hold local option elections on September FOR SALE. 23th. In order to settle up estate, will sell Judge Edward C. O'Rear has been retained by the "dry" forces as their $1000. worth of land notes, well secured legal advier in the coining local option on Garrard county property. Apply at thir: office. 1 mo. contests thioughout the state. A collision between an aeroplane and a dirigible balloon during military manouvers in Austria resulted in the death of nine persons. Twelve persons were drowned in the Oswego canal near Syracuse N. Y. when a launch in which they were riding struck a submerged stump. Albert H. Stanley of Detroit Mich., was made a baronet by King George of England upon the occasion of the Monarch's birthday anniversary. ine appointment ol Kouert ri. Jlayo to bi postmaster at Paintsville and J. M. Turner to be postmaster at Cadiz has been confirmed by the Senate. A good number of the students of State College Lexington will spend their vacation days in the harvest fields of Kansas and other western statis. 1W1UA!. All persons having claims against the late Cary Mulling will present same to me properly proven at my office in Lancaster Ky. Win rl. Johnson, t. Admr. of Cary Mullins. ll-I5- NOTICE. have made arrangements with J. Zaring Grain Milling Co of Richmond to buy wheat lor them at this place and will pay the best market price. Call for price before selling. W. F. Parks, Paint Lick. 1 V. Emerson Dietrich, theatrical manager was killed and his body partially eaten All persons having claims against by lions when he entered their cage for the estate of Willis Myers deceased, tile purpose of attending to one of the will present same property proven, to ' the undersigned executor beasts that had been injured. or my attor ney, . uey Kauttman for payment at Robert Mahoney, alias "Malone the Wizard" awaiting trial in the Cincin- once. Those indebted to said estate nati jail on the charge of the murder will call upon me or my attorney and of his wife and infant child.sucided Sun- settle same at once. J. C. Williams, Executor of day by diving head first from the fourth the wil! of Willis Myers Brvantsvillc Ky story of the jail corridor. The Kentucky statute making it legal fjr farmers to pool their 'tobacco AUTO SERVICE. was annulled as unconstitutional by the I am now running an automobile on Supreme court of the United States. The decision was based upon the case the mail line between Lancaster and of Patrick Collins of Mason county who Nicholasville and can accommodate th disposed of his tobacco crop after hav public with good auto service. Leave ing pooled it with the Burley Tobacco Lancaster at 7 o'clock, arrive at and for the act was fined 150. rolasville at 10 o'clock. Leave Nichol- under the Crecelius act. asville at 12;15, arrive at Lancaster at 3;30. $1.25 one way, or $2.00 round trip. Phone 47, Bryantsville Exchange 4t. Pd H. D. Lee. FOR YOOR DEN ; Nich-Societ- y, NOTICE. used. The two should be mixed very W. thoroughly and then applied when there is no breeze and the dew is still upon the tobacco. A dust gun more powerful than the hand power ones now in general use is requisite if the application is to be even thorough and therefore effective. The cost of this treatment depends, of couise, upon the condition of the crop. It is estimated, however, that in years when worms are plentiful hand worming costs frcm U to $10 an acre. Paris green will do the same amount ot work for not mo:e than 2 an acre and arsenate of lead at a cost of from $U to 53 an acre. From 3 to 5 pounds of the latter should be used at each application, not including, of course, tne weight of the carrier. Since powdered Jrstn:if tf f.i wl paiml.1 nt ........: mately 25 cents a pound, the cost of! (.tcVl l,tllir.i,i.n ...III Fin uju(.uuuii win rune irom co . jiV cents to $1,25, or less if the material is purchased in large quantities ex-- 1 elusive of the cost of the carrier, labor' ana other 1 actors.' This may seem ex- -' pensive, but it must he remembered, j the bulletin points out. that arsenate ot leau is recommended not tor its jj$ cheapness but because it is certain not ' & to injure the tobacco. In some years one application may be sufficient; in others two or even three maj be necessary. The number of eggs and young worms that appear on the plants will decide this. 3 Although the arsenate can be applied ijp as a water spray in the proportion wf three or four pounds to 100 of water, the powdered form is the one recom- - S mended by the Government experts. ' & It is important, moreover, that there ' should be a large percentage of arsenic uaiu n: tne poison, in oruer to outam en this the customer should insist uoon is finely-siftefreshly-burne- d wood ashes of which a quantity at least equal to that of the poison should be d, rier 6, 7, 8, 1914. JERKY DOTY, Sec'y. imrMtnimi 5at&wftA&iaj &mts$&$3msiQ$$&!$&& fi 111 Up 111 Of Stiff In order that we may not have to shut down our Ice and Ice Cream Factory when the City Water gives out, we are building a I v. iT 2,000,000 Ballon Reservoir I This reservoir has a water shed of 100 acres, and is fed by several everlasting springs Our patrons and friends can depend upon us to supply them with Ice and Ice Cream through out the Summer, regardless of weather conditions or the City Water Supply. Yours Respectfully, ,..!,. not the triplumbic form of arsenate of ' lead. For his guidance the bulletin lays down the following rule: j . isv "In order to be sure ot" receiving the diplumbic form, demand that the Everybody manufacturer and dealer guarantee jji; that the arsenate of lead you buy con-- , Til -- rtains at least 30 per cent of arsenic &; oxid (As 205) in which not more than l.ljj " per cent is free or It is necessary to have a small percentage of free or water-solubl- e arsenic in order to ensure against burning the tobacco. ;!.,... .. !... ,i:i t - ii Duetirass Dairy Sice Co jwywwafe wrftsfcttssiw ITfcfl - JSI ": -- should have Lightning Rods on their homes, barns etc. .i1 . water-soluble.- i. IJiaVe tile f agCnCy IOT ZDlC z"J I ' Jos eiiii Slersiet Of bio ill Rods 5 Beautiful College Peuauts 5 in. SPER FARM LOANS $1,000 to $200,000 LMtnin t Explain. ' Kentucky's Famops Summer Kesort Let Us It Costs You Nothing. is now open for Season 1914, under Each 7 in. x 21 in. new management, newly furnished We Save You Money. AH best quality felt with felt headand thoroughly repaired. We can give ing, streamers, letters and mascot ex you first class fare and good accomodaecuted in proper colors. This splendid tions. Rates $8. per wsek. A first assortment sent postpaid for ' 50' cents class Livery and feed Stable in con Cheapside and Short Street. and 5tstamps to pay postage, Sencfnow. nection. Rates reasonable HOWARD SPECIALTY COMPANY-Dayton- , KENTUCKY: John D.-- Wilson, Prop. LEXINGTON, V ' , Ohio. Princeton, 'Cornell, Michigan Yale and Harvard, each 9 in. x 24 OLD DRIPPING SPRINGS. of River Side Iowa. and am now in position to complete a job on your home at a very small cost. Get my prices berore having any work of this kind done. ' Bryantsville Exchange. No 50-Phone W. King & Son, ARfclSiiN DEAN, Bryantsville .1, ty: ffi R 3& i I I I V- - a llliipllil . The Central Record, Thursday June, 25 1914. Page "5 NEW LIST OF Tho undersigned hereby gve warning to all. persons not to trespass upon our land for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all oirei'ders to f 1 1 ;st extent of tho la-Hunters and. ' Fishermen especially tufce notice. G. W. Elan.. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Piic- J. W Swerney V . (I. Anderson John M. Farra J. II. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kel'ey. S. C Henderson, B. M. Lear. A. J. CaiMell, W. S. Emhry Mrs. Pattie D. Ciil. II. C. Arnold Sarah J. L. Ifp'sley. Jas G. Cf r.n. . S. L. Rich. W. B J. C Morgan. Ve will oilier namei;f' r i'5'?enU cash. R.-y- RI DING 1 S2so.oo Mount, Son . 1L 1L 1L 3C & Co. 3C n HERE'S AN IfTEBESTINO Full of the newest designs in Spring and Sum 3. (WG'Z, mer Dress Goods, and ti just received from our f. -- zr. Pretty wholesaler. things to interest the ladies, dainty fabrics ht--j - 7 A ' tlmfr nrp euro In Iia :nnn vJL ' by our wisest worn Plenty of pat terns to choose from.but all the materials of the Come and look at them latest designs and best qualities. and they will coax you to buy, as they are earnest imshm! ft&m r" 2??. ",-. X r-- I cas-tome- rs. Lai a S. ILc 1L BROWN'. THE CASH STORE. zii iir: jL jCLJ NO ONE IS BARRED. from indulgence in our lemon soda or Ever. body other bottled beverages. can drink as much as thev 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. likt-'.vitho- MiMj.Z ssSPjK Lancaster tling CO. See our line of fine BotPhone 202. Special price this week ot 35 cts. McRoberts , p M Drug Store. Vice r. 3. F. HUDSON, President. .V. O. RicNEV. As3't Cash'r. V. J. J. WALKEK. Joe J. Walker, Jk., Prest, j3 Book-Keepe- F. CHAMP. Cashier. ORGAXIZEI) 1883. ?e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. li g If fet Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. 3 f This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safely.should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. f h f prartf''A.KTTSVJ'.tvw.'.'.'ti.'i". 4s'jw.vit;':.f..j73aTH! 1 We Write Anv Kind of I 1 Office at National Bank. I 2 J, OfSce over The National Bank of Lancaster, A. beazley fig- - Ky. ..t'hone 27. & co. I H JK2SSS ay??l?gfl:,3'gtagi PHONE ?inaP?igJfe'fcijaiti2rg . i' iir".M.-pr-- lit'; y: M& if! u your order and he will furnish you The VERY BEST Bllftfil COAL t i Messrs W. II. Harm of Paris San. of Louisville, George B. Harris of Birmingham Ala. i.d J. Randolph Harru of Stanford have bt.en the guests of their parents. Judge and Mrs. 13, W. Harris. This is a quartette of as line young men as ever called Lancaster "home", and Judge anu Mrs. Harris ate justly proud of them. Miss La Verne Dickerson was the chaimir.g j oung hostess at a birthday party at her attractive home on Water street. About 30 joung friends weie invited to honor tile occasion. Eleven candles shed a brilliant light to emphasize the celebrations. The house Mr. Quincy Gray of Connersville, Mo., is expected this week lor a isit and yard was decorated with palms, Ind., has been with Mr. and Mrs. A. to her aunt Mrs. Carrie Davidson. ferns and blooming llowers. Ices and K. Walker for a short visit. Miss Cliristine Sanders is at home cake were served to the young guests. Mr. and Mrs. Bohon Campbell and after a pleasant visit with Miss Mrs. Francis Ann Walker and her and little daughter Martha were guests j Margaret Elkin Hughes in Louisvilie, daughter, Mrs Geiger, of Huntington, aunuay oi airs. Joanna Ball, John Rurnside has returned to San W. Va. are visiting Mrs. James Burn-sid- e Miss Annie Davis McRoberts will on North street ....Mr. R. L. Angelo Texas after a stay with his spend this Chautauqua week with heri parents Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Burnside. Walker, of Nicholasville is the guest of cousin Miss Lettie May McRobercs. his brother, Mr. James B. Walker..... Miss Cecil Batson is at home after a Prof. D. W. Bridges, left for his old Miss Nancy Goodloe arrived from grand- home in Southern Kentucky, where he Danville Friday to spend the vacation visit of several weeks with her mother Mrs. J. A. Hilton of Stanford. will spend the summer vacction. with her father Mr. W. O. Goodloe, Pantagraph. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simpson and Airs Dollie Brown and Miss Amanda Master Joe Cabell Ramsey celebrateu Anderson were recent guests of their little daughter Elizabeth Logan Simp sister. Mrs Bettie Miller, of Lexington. son are ill Stanford for a stay of several his twelfth birthday at the family home on Danville street last Saturday afterdays. Mrs. Carrie Davidson and niece Miss noon. A half hundred of his little Friends regret very much to hear of Carrie Bell Romans have been visiting painful accident that recently be-f- friends responded to the invitations. Mrs. Z. T. Rice and family in Rich- the Mrs. Alex Swinebroad at her home The hours were from 2 to 6, and every mond. minute was thorougly enjoyed by the in the country. happy little folks. Ices, berries and Cecil Brown entertained quite a Miss Margaret O'Hearn and little cake were served. The cutting of the number of young friends on Friday evening in a most pleasing manner. npphew returned home Monday after a cake was attended with much enthusMaster Hudson Delicious ices and cakes added to the visit of two weeks to Mr. and Mrs. C. iasm and expectancy. B. Flannery in Paris. Frisbie cut the ring and Master Russel enjoyment of the evening. Mrs Maurean Mason of New Rich- San ford the dime. Misses Florence Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Speath arrived mond lnd., and Miss Emma Odor and Johnson, Mamie Stormes Dunn and Sunday from Louisville for a visit to Nancy Goodloe were in the receiving Mr. and Mrs. R. Zimmer at the Ken- - M. A. Walker of Paint Lick are guests line and also composed the entertainof Mrs. Stephen Walker. garlan, and are receiving a hearty ment committee, and these young welcome from their host of Lancaster Mr J. 0. Reid has sufficiently recov- ladies left nothing undone that would friends. ered from his recent illness as to be add to the entertainment of the little The Misses McWhorter's of Paint able to leave his room, much to the guests. Lick, Misses Ruth Hardman and Nancy gratification of his many friends. Swope of Winchester, and Hallie Coy Mrs. J. E. Stormes entertained at a of Kirksville will complete a pleasant picnic on her beautiful grounds for her CRACKS AT CREATION. couse party this week at the home of j guests, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hubbard Did You Know: ' and Miss Sinclair of Covington. Mhs Nancy Long. That the Redpath Chautauqua is the Misses Allie and Stella Hendren are Miss Margaretta Smith of Richmond best thing I hat was ever pulled oir in entertaining at a house party, in honor who is in attendence on the wounded Lancaster. of Miss May James of Richmond, Miss- - Gcins boy at Marksbury will be the That twenty of the leading firms and es Leah White, Mary Martin, Mabel j guest of friends in Lancastet before citizens of the town put up 20 each as Kumbel and Mary Allman of the Cald- - j her return to Richmond, and as soon as a guarentee fund. well High School faculty at Richmond. the condition of her patient will permit1) That the public is enjoying it to the utmost, but the guarantors will h?veto hold the bag. That Silly Burton owns that handsome mare, Clara Bell, that won the championship at Springfield last week. That he ha3 refused 1500 for her and this does'nt seem to interest him at all. That D. R. L. Pontius was here LP is here today and from all W yesterday, BY MISS ELIZABETH BRYANT of Bryantsville, Ky. indications will be here to Morrow. That if our patrons will read our advertisment in this issue thev will find some rare bargains. CHOCOLATE FUDGE. mac rami tseacn suns are an rager now and can be bought right here in 2j glasses of sugar our city. That when you put on a suit one leels glasses of cream that he needs an extra petticoat or so. tablespoon of butter That the town is full of pretty visithe occasion being the Chautauqua until ugar is dissolved; then boil hard for 4 minntes. When candy tors, Stir and the teachers institute. That there is a lot of people tliat is at boiling point add two blocks of Baker's chocolate. Beat until cold. can't spell Chautauqua, yet they are always ready to try. That Luther Herron. the hes marshall that Lancaster' ever though slightly disfigured, is still in the ring. SEJPS That the first car load of bottles ever shipped to Lancaster came in this week to the Lancaster Bottling Co. That R. L. Elkin sweat drops of blcod, last Monday when he saw bis ponies I sell so cheap. That he has the satisfaction of knowing that ten of the purchasers are the , happiest children in town. ABSOLUTELY PURE That "Bues" Tomhnson and Bill Doty are very much alarmed over certain dog still being in town. B. Harris g, el I Miss Jonnie Dickerson of Richmond is visiting Miss Minnie Brown. Miss Ann Sinclair of Covington is the guest of Mrs. John E. Stormes. i -I! Mr. A. C. Pruitt of Lagrange was 5 the recent guest of Miss Joan Mount. I A Brief Mention of the Comings ami Miss Chastine Rucker of Paint Lick J Goings Ijy Those Wt Are Intcrrstid !.i. I is an attractive visitor of Miss Mattie txcatrsat Adams. Miss Pauline Hoeker of Stanford is Miss Kellog of Richmond is the guest the guest of her aunt Mrs. Mattie of Miss Margaret Arnold. ! Duncan. Miss Grace Helen Patterson is visit- Lewi-Herndon of Atlanta has joined ing friends in Williamsburg. his wife here for a visit to fu'ends and Miss Margaret Smith, of Richmond relatives. is the guest of Lancaster friends. Mrs. James Beazley and daughter have been visiting Mrs. Wm. Hays in Mr. T. M. Wilson ot Rowling Green Stanford. has joined his wife here for a visit. Ruth and Louise Taylor are visiting Miss Charley Elmore has been in their cousin Miss Ruth Arnold at Richmond visiting Miss Sue Chenault. Hyattsville. Miss Katie May Dickerson of RichLucian M. Grant left Tuesday for a mond is here for a visit with relatives. visit to his uncle Mr. J. S. Bowman in Lewis county. Miss Lorena Robinson of Jefferson- Miss Lucy Hudson Walker of Rieh- ville is the guest of Miss Mary Elmore, i moml is the truest of her cnuain Miss Miss Ell Thompson of Danville is a lire RiVi.pi the guest of her cousin. Miss Hallie j Mr. Theodore Kirk ct Covinirton was Brown. and Mrs. John E. Stormes I with Mr. Mrs Emma Higginbotham has been for a short visit. visiting her sister, Mrs J. W. West in Airs. Ed Price and N. B. Price were Stanford. in Danville Wednesday with Dr. and Mrs. W. A, Carson and daughters of Mrs. S. P. Grant Stanford are guests of Mrs. W. J. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Estes of Kirks-vill- e Romans, were visiting his sister Miss Mat-ti- e Mrs. Wm Burnett and daughter of Estes, Monday. Shelbyville are here for the week of Miss Nellie Scott of Paint Lick is Chautauqua. spending Chautauqua week with Misses Miss Minnie Brown is at home after Nelli- - Cox. a short visis to Miss Kathleen Hanley Jennie and in Nicholasville. Mrs. Sarah Raburn left Monday to Mrs. B. M. Spindle Sr., of Christians-bur- see her grandson Rayburn Rucker who Va.. is the guest of Mrs. R. E. is ill at his home in Butler Ky. McRoberts and daughter. Miss Elizabeth Morgan of St. Louis jCTBMBHBBHBBfi Gossip About Mrs. J. S- - Bowman returned to her home in Lewis Co., Wednesday. She was accompanied by her neice, Frances Grant. Mrs. W. S. Elkin who has been the guest of Lancaster relatives, returned to her home in Atlanta Ga., on last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Balland little daughter were in McKinney last Sunday, the guests of Mrs. Ball's uncle, Mc Sam M. Owens. Mesdames U. D. Simpson and Samuel Embry, Miss Katie Simpson and brother John motored to Hustonville for the funeral of the late Mrs E. S. Powell. Miss Hackley of Georgetown, G. Pzor!tf'V?g7 .. POSTED -- FAKIR Purchasers get the benefit of our JO years expeiierce in the Lusiresp Look for other bargains listed in next ! Susan Sutton of Marksbury, and H. Lane of Buena Vista are visiting Mrs. J. I. Hamilton :uid attended the Chautauqua. MissTommie Francis was the gracious hostess at a course dinner the guest j of honor being P.Irs. J. Vincent Arnold of Birmingham and brother John Burnside of San AngeJo Texas. Miss $90 Mrs. No 470. issue. Owners of farms who want t sell should see us at once. No 473. 4t pcres, SJ mile from Lancaster, 53,000. No 473. CO 2ere-sgood land, brick residence, 4 mile3 from to'vn, per acre-- . . Mrs. Wm. R. Cook and Mit.s Sue Shelby Mnson gave an enjoyable picnic on W. B. Mason's lawn, the honorees being Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hubbard and Miss Ann Sinclair of Covington. - 123 acres, good land, well improved, 4 miles out clo; to pik . per acre, 75. No 477. ISO ag:e3 on nike 24 mih-out. per acre, JlOf. No 481. !7i acres, ! miles- - freni town, per acre, 125. Train &hedu!a At Lancaster, Ky. No 1KJ. Jilu acres of good Inici, ur Arrive. . pike, near Buena Vista good improveNo 10, 5:C0 a. m. ments per acre IJCo. No 481. 213 acres, on pike, 4 miic . 'To Mayv.ntt, ennneiting at Kiehui'ji. with L & M to Frankfort & from town, per acre, $75. , . tlf ... No 435. 61 acre?, :n 2 miles of town at vweiivkur wim i;&u to Lexington & Xmi'iforl, Mount Slerlir & unimproved, per sere. $00. Ashlai.il, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 430. 2'J acres' of good land in No 71 ; 4.35 a", rn. high state of cultivation, good imTo Kov.kir.d & Stanford conn ct r provements 2J miles from town, p r at Rowland, I, &. N tt all point!- Kr.ut i acre 125, or 105 acres ot it ft $135, N'o2S; 11.01 a. m. per acre. To Riclmioi d, connecting with I. , No 487. 161 acres on pike 4 rr.iieB N to Irvine ci Beatlyvi.'. Lexirgt i from town per acrs SS5. & Cincinnati, Middfesboro & Knoxvil!.' 4S3. GO aeres on pike 3 miles our ; No No 70; 11:50 a. m. well improve', SRto. -. To Richmond, connecting with iso 4i)'j. iH acre-- well improved, oi tr.iin to Cincinnati. possession,. 5500. pikfj No 27; 2:00 p. m. ldbj acres, on pike, rcsr ; To Louisvi le. connecting at Leb.'-- i Bryantsville, 3 houses, main dwelling Junction to EIi'.atethtown & Bov. !.. . new with 8 rooms, modern and up to Bnidietown J'lnvti" I Green, and ' dafe, water works gas lights. 2 tobar j Bardstown c SpiirgfleM. co barns price, $12,000. No 3; 8:12 p. ..i. No 401. 185 acre, of high class land To vSiniiford, connecting vc:V f 2 miles out, 2 large tobacco barrw, mt train to Bristol & Atlanta. acre, 120. No4l'2. 100 acres of tobacco lorn!, Ollicial Dirxefcry Of Garrard Connry highly improved, near Buckeye, on n. Cvmh-hIU : . Clrouit Jii'l ;e pike, per acre. 125. J Coinliionwe:tll,i' .XHorney Hon. I i. No 49 1. Svveral piece? of splendid je.ir. UiimiiI f.'lcik- - Vii:i:n.i 3. 3Ih..i.. city property for sale. W. II. itr.,3 Master Lumt:ii-ioi,e- r 496. 100 acres of land, mile from TriisitoJury PiiiM Pi i !. KoMtK Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles , oniclil Court vtoi ot'h iirri:is.i.- - m M.ioti. from Iancaster, good improvements, ; A. Ai 111.M. large tobaeeo bdm, well worth the I'ounljr Jtnlgy S. K. V". r. I County A'.lo'ify price of $1C0. per acre. County Clerk J. W. Il.iinilrnn. ' Dpmy iler U.utj Toii:iirtn. 497. 222 acres f fine land near Lan. Coroicr caster & Lexington pike, splendid im- Sberirt-- C. J,A.A. Jort-iKjl iison. provements at 50. per acre, Deputy St.ei ill O'orgtf r. HIIm-I- . j;in Jnnu Hi; 493. 63 acres, improved, near Paint Biipcrinieriilint ol glrs. Lick graded school at 95. per acre. r- I.ie Assesso.wtr.Kay. 499. 73 acres of rich land, right on Deputy .We-o- r K fl. , J.liltt Day.: Hos. pike, well improved, 2 miles of lanc.is-ter-priced at 120. per acre and is yuptrtWorol RoMi "Tm ?ji-rrc.i'iurr J W Hiuijr. worth it. II At; IS I H. IKS. No 501. 45 acres, new houseon pil'e J N. line 111, Pi-- t. near Bryantsville. $100. per acre No 502. 90 acies, 170 yards frt.u. . Jolu:. ll.hu itii, hlit ' town limits of Lancaster on Lexington .'jhuiCoMu.m lth.nr. I.OtJIITY ao.UU .! ArM !!.. Avenue, un'mpiovcd. beautiful building sites !l bargain at 150. per acre. IT!.oihs AniLl.1 Jr. 1st. Ui.. K. D JltMuitr. tul. ..t. -- i acres, on goou roau, l mil- - o. J. llciulreu. .'nl. D'-- t. OU3. from pike, fevile land, highly improved. Thom.i f. xiu.;, iih iii. CITY up unimifk. lies well, splendid water, susceptible of 93 , :iajr ii; division into two or thret farm. J i I'mlur. i viti Jniigt neracre. It T t IT Iff ... lttnriit.r , n :'.12.. Irpm i uuy VI acres, on piUe I mile va" Lancaster, large toaaceo barn one other . city "e.or Joim n. I'JHI't- w. kcUhkj.. beautiful level building site fronting city Tre.wnt chiBf v'"i- -1 "oa- pike. 91 10. per aero. hfir fllrthpr Annrtlrnlnr? wrifn fr mil ., , , , J. ti: Partir Ore. . on tiugnes oj awineoroaii, me real es- - w. Jl Zinou. ir tate men. Lancaster, Ky. w' Dr. J. A. Amon. s L. 8c N. - ', ? ' iNo-iyu- . i, !.- I . tn'i V -- ,,.tw K- (r 1 if nli li U IU t 1 1 2iK $ f R em Sf &x &$ U 1 favorite fecipes f 't' II VI x& k a I IS y. C.J 6!K P3 SA 1 ltd 0, ' . I jiawn 'omen. S3SES5SgJ5:ES2BESeEeeSrB3eE3 6 m 1 UD" IOUU Dc'-n'f- 1 ti ,L A Jar v is your living, neglected, - . let it;b HRp G as I W3 i i" GK23 iUiuy BAKING POWDER W C IC Insures the most delicious and healthful food 'J protected. AVOID ALL O'I'X'ITIO That you may be m At The VERY LOWEST PRICE; r " By the use of Royal Baking Powder a great many more articles of food may be readily made at home, all healthful, delicious, and economical, adding much variety and attractiveness to the menu. The ' ' Royal Baker and Pastry Cook ," containing five hundred practical-recei- pts for all kinds of baking and cookery, free. Address Royal k ONE Of BOURBON POULTRY mv CURE j- AND BEFORE THE STORK Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co, Baking Powder Co., New York. t .JMVI ,i down a chick's tbroat cores gapes, A few drops la the drinking water cures and pnventa cholera, diarrhoea and other chicle diseases. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons ot' medicine At all druggists. Sample and booklet on "Diseases ot Fowls" sent FREE. Bourbon Remedy Co.leiitgtai.lT' Q A THE JSJJ INSURANCE MA Page 6 ' The Central Record, Thursday June 25, 1914. ' y Mccreary. FOR AN IMPAIRED AP- Hit. Hebron fP hrH, :aio B r i IwAllLf f . Vm"WBBMbbbbFJ 11 "'"1 CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Miss Kate Ham is visiting Miss Lillio May Sutton. Mr. Sam Sutton was in Lancaster PETITE. To improve the appetite strengthen &'& ui I I kiW " mm .ALCOHOL 3 PEI? r.KNf m- The Kind You Have Always Bought UearS tlie Saturday. Miss Edna Gulley was a visitor at this place last week. Rev. Warren will preach at Antioch Sunday night at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Lizzie Walker and mother are visiting Mrs. Willie Beazley. ,. Mis3 Cora Ross of Nina ii visiting her sister Mrs. S. M. Turner. Miss Bertie Walker spent Saturday night with Miss Bes&ie Layton. the digestion try a few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets Mr. J. H. Seitz, of Detroit, Mich., says: 'iThey restored my appetite when impaired, relieved me of a bloated feeling and caused a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowels" For sale by all dealers. HAMMA.CK SI FO .CCfri EjS AU,uj.ii ... . simialuigOicroodanilRegula iui j, uic Jiuaouii iUllUjOWtJS S. 1 1 1. J 1 1. J.7m r i Signature of Tbe sick in our neighborhood are imMisses Bessie and Emma Sanders proving slowly. People in this vicinity are very busy have been the guest of Miss Leota Ray. Miss Mary Tuder of Madison Co., in their tobacco and other crops. PromofesDiestionflKfifl-ncssaiidRest-ContainsiicJair- j eUi zn ,u gas rs c yaami m. "I OpiuniIorpJune nor Mineral i WOT NARCOTIC. 1 fcAif it jDxSema. PunriaSrcd" JfdltSA's-- V ieintmiftiiii 111 isa,' :si sa ti.i tionSourStonadi.Dlaniml RcSjnne Signature of Ansiffd Remedv for ConsfiB Ayr iy ! Use For Over Worras,ConTjlsi(msjerensfr. ncss&iulLOSSOFSLEEP. Er fehps The Centaur Compaki; NEW YOHK. I Thirty Years tgg Guaranteed unticriheKoog iq CASTORIA TWC Exact Copj of Wrapper. CCNTAUH COMPANY, NCW VORK CITY. 7SZ2E22SH Mots: Horn of DALS SMRM WASHINGTON Pennsylvania Avenue, at i3t!i & H. Sic. RArESl tcsss, $1.50, tttiiil $200 El'i up. tent. Prints Cilk 5250,53.00 ut. OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE, Elegant Appointments, Palm. Couri:, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room' Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. fr (i ITTTrJMIII II MHIH I HUM II ASHEVILLE IN THE .8 LiMDOFTHESKY is i"ie I ct for rest c 1c here . yoa vill most enjoy a vacation recreation. We have not the space tJ.1 cf tio glories of the western North '- -- Carelina. mountains. IVE IN THE OPEN .CI-- F HUNTING MOUNTAIN TENNIS CLIMBING RIDING Henaerson'-illc- , MOTORING DRIVING, OTHER NOTED RESORTS WaynesvHlc Hot Springs, Tyron, Sm--A- . Saluda, Flat Rock Like foXrtWay. BY THROUGH SERVICE has been the gueste of Beulah Beazley. Mr. Morris Archer and family of Mr. Creed Simpson was the guest of Jellico Tenn are visiting his parents. Miss Bessie Layton Wednesday evenMrs. Brandenburg of Lowell is visit ing. ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. Sampson Miss Iva Broadus of Buckeye has Archer. been visiting her sister Mrs. J. W. Mrs. S. D. Turner and little daughter Hill. Annie Bell visited her aunt S. E. Ham-mac- k last week Mrs. A. F. Sandeis and Mrs. Pool ONLY ONE ENTIRELY Perkins have bean visiting lira. Rulinda Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ball visited Hill. their son. Will Ball at Lancaster SunSATISFACTORY. Protracted meeting will begin at new day. Antioch July 7th. All are invited to Mr. and Mas. James Parsons visited I ha ve tried various colic and diarrhoea attend! her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Dud-der- remedies, but the only one that has Sunday. Mr. Carl Acton of Lancaster was given me entire satisfaction and cured present at the supper at Antioch ThursMisses Georgie and Zilla Dillon and me when I was afflicted is Chamberlain's day evening. Maggie Ball visited Miss Fay Tudor Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I recommend it to my friends at all Little Miss Mabel Beagle of Lancas-ti- r Sunday. We aie glad to report our Sunday times, writes S. N. Galloway Stewa3 the guest of Mis3 Beulah M. Beazley Thursday. School at Good Hope is getting along wart, S. C. For sale by all dealers, lm U. Collins and mother were nicely large attendence and good Mrs. i. the guest of her sister Mrs John Prather last Tuesday. Misses Lena Schooler and Bess HELPFUL WORDS Tarter attended the social at Antioch Thursday evening. From A Lancaster Citizen. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Sanders of Cotton- burg were the guest of her mother Is your back lame and painful? Mrs. Alex Layton Sunday. Does it ache especially after exerMiss Maud Hendricks has returned tion? home after a three weeks stay with Is there a soreness in the kidney friends and relatives at Point Lcavell. region? Thse symptoms suggest weak kidMr. and Mrs. Jesbic Sebastian entertained at dinner Sunday their guest neys. b'ing Mrs. John Layton and Mr. and If so there is danger in delay. Weak kidneys get fast weaker. Mrs. Sim Wheelar. Give your trouble prompt attention. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak kindeys. GET RID OF YOUR. Your neighbors use and recommend them. RHEUMATISM. Read this Lancaster testimony. George Wright, Hotel Kengarlan, Now is the time to get rid of your rheumatism. You can do it if you ap- Lancaster Ky, savs: "I suffered a W, A. a great deal from my kidneys and back. ply Chamberlain's Liniment. AT Lockhard, Homer City, N. Y.,, "Last Pains through my loins extended to the porincr I suffered from rhpumatism sides and over my kidneys. I used with terrible pains in my arms And Doan's Kidney Pills and my kidneys shoulders. I got a bottle of Cham- became normal and the pains stopped. berlain's Liniment and the first appli I willingly confirm all that I said some cation relieved me. Bv using one bot years ago praising Doan's Kidney Pills. For They do all that is claimed for them." tle of it I was entirely cured." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simsale by all dealers. ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doans Next Door to Court Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Wright TEATER8VILLE. Foster-Milbur- n had. Co., Props., House. Buffalo, N. Y, visited his aunt Mrs Mr. Peter Wells G.'W. Sebastian. this week--. Mrs Tom Lane and children spent Tussdav with her sister Mrs. Hume. Mr. and Mrs. John Harvie of Nichol-asvill- e are visiting friends and relativ-- 0 at this place. Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Ray and children jfeETOJ S filiMiH were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. WilHSHHE big reason why young people son Hurt Sunday. g nock from the country to thecities is because farm life is so hard and Mrs. Harrison Ray celebrated her the hours of labor are so long. The 61st birthdav on the 14th. The nearest relatives were two daughters Mrs Dan Doolin and Mrs. Marian Brown and one son Daniel, four grand children, four neices and one nephew and about 40 partook of the bounteous dinner. There cuts out the disagreeable work of carrying were a number of presents received feed from one barn to another and enables and a delightful day was spent one person to feed more animals in half an w hour than two persons can feed in an hour without it. It makes the dairy business profitable all year round and fattens your INDIGESTION AND CONSTIPA steers at lowest cost. It makes the hens lay more eggs and it conditions the horses and g TION. moles. It is tne best pork producer on the farm. The first Indiana Silo ever built has been In ue for more than ten years and will be In 'About five years ago I began takcood condition ten yeats from today. ing Chamberlain's Tablets after sufferIf you want to keep your boys and firla at home, order an Indiana bilo today. We will build one to ing from indigestion and constipation your order and snip it the very day you TOint it. for pears without finding anything to The payment will taLe care of theraielves. relieve me. Chamberlain's Tablets W. P. KINCAID, Bis-Ag- t. helped me at once and by using them for several weeks I was cured' of the Phone 199. Stanford, Ky. complaint," writes Mrs. Mary E. Mc- Mullen, Phelps, N. Y. For sale by all lm. dealers. ar Mr. Oakes Montgomery is ill. The school at Sunnyside will commence July 5th. Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson, who is visit ing her daughter Mrs. J. F. Sherrow is very sick. Mr. and Mrs. Otho Montgomery entertained a number of their young friends Saturday evening. Mrs. J. B. Dean and Mr. Ernest Montgomery entertained at a fish dinner at the formers home last Wednesday in honor of their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Massie. Those from a distance who attended the funeral of Mrs. Thomas Montgomery on the 15th, were Mr. Shelton Montgomery, Mrs. Waiter Clojd and daughter Blanch and Miss May Montgomery of Harrodsburg, Mr. Isarc Massie and wife and Mrs. Shelton Tea- ter of Mercer Co, Mr. J. E. Montgomery and son and Miss Iva Montgomery of Lancaster. Diaw 1 Check hMMPyTA for the money you ov e and note how much more res- pectfully your creditors regard you They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Go. They know he is doing business in a business like waj. Better open such an account even if jour affairs are not , large. Thev wil grow all right. 8 The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Schulz's Cut Flowers CB, FLORAL DESIGNS- iPrwk - All orders filled with Nice,Choice Flowers Phone 43 or 339-F- . All orders are appreciated and will be delivered promptly. WILLIE F. MILLER. Agent. When In - WATER When You Want It Where You Want It Danville Visit The LADY ELIZABETH City convenience brought right to your country home. Think what it would mean to have an abundance of under pressure the year round, ready water just where needed at die turn of a faucet. Fairbanks- - Morse Pneumatic Water Systems give service equal to and in many respects superior to city service. A water systern is the greatest comfort in the rural home. Lighten the work for your" wife and family by install ing a plant. We build outfits for any size farm or suburban home and assist you in working out all details of installation. Write today for copy of Catalog No. GM no REFRESHMENT SHOP DAVIS' Drug Store. iH5J pwTTJ -j fcJfj- -i r mjwlm&r,AfftMa 'i t i!"ll -. fi -- . I ji I. rin., J " TT -- U r h ifl MKSK 1 !?. epfftexysaiid grjis oirftefarm Outfits furnished for operation by engine, windmill, electric motor or by hand. Tier Bros. Haselden Ky. Lancaster, r BMin HS3 k.wtfry IN 5KS Insures Satisfaction "' Get D f ! experiment with unknown or cheap paint; it's too costly. Mastic Paint right at the start and you are absolutely Jz jW. assured of best results and lasting satisfaction. W Let us show you some fine color combinations and tell you all GUARANTEE under which Masric Paint the IRON-CLAH :s oia ay us ana DacKea Dy its maKera me om "" mm ff. W, riuu&-UAUliUl- U tu., ox t.ouisvuie, n.y. i This valuable book "Homes and How to Paint Them.' contains fine illustrations and practical advice, AskusforiL Free Illustrated Book B, w MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED ' HHflfc. OF 1 AxfjIHiHtl If you deal im values you'll appreciate the Ford. It's simplicity its economy and its dependability give it-- a value that cannot bd measured by its rrice. The Ford is the one car that has "made gooe" in world-wid- e LMcROBEflTS SOUTHERN L Capitol A. R R. 1 PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH RAILWAY Per further information see local agent, or ad drew, B. H. Todd, D. P. A. Louisville, Ky. ' ll THE NATIONAL BANK OF Any Kind, Any Style at any time you ,want fine T " ill $50,000 Surplus $30,000. NEW HATS for the price of one. Bring the whole lot.tbus." We are prepared to clean and reblock your Hats. Don't forget Vonr,Straw or Panama Hat is in style soong as they are cleaned. service. You'll find iUon the top of each genuine H JENIIY. President J'. E. STORMES.JVice Pres't. t . .. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. QlLL' JMmtY. Ass'f Cashier. i&a? Boo'-KeeP- 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 V .- ft CORTRIGHT Metal Shingle It is pat there to protect yoa as well as us from the imitator. Roofs covered with these shingles 27 years ago are good today, and nave never needed repairs. That's why they're imitated. Therefore, look for this stamp. For Sale by c '& i-- - -1 H - ?s ' j j Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUB For Rent. ' BUSINESS. S&mual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Lancaster Eby Cleaning Co I LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. Phone 230, The Madison Garage, ' Richmond, Ky; hcorporaied. Or Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. i.i Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia X . "Q JA irt.,' t " i f The Central Record, Thursday June, 25 1914. HB Page 7 HH n iBmPJP 3 1 8 I? Br aSESSSHK&EE 1 HVw IhB BBEf&M a&s-!?r;'- "MggTffi 7??iSEMIiM In order to dissolve partnership, we will offer to the public for the next Ten Days the best i -- iSife-: Bargains Ever Offered In The Merchandise, Hardware and Implement Business. Our enormous stock must be reduced regardless of the cost to us. Our stock is no;. only one of the most complete in Garrard Co., but in Central Kentucky. It will PAY YOU to attend this GREAT MONEY SAVING SALE. We haven't any hd air statements to make, but these are facts. Come and see for Yourself. a Clothing Department. Mens Mens Mens Mens suits regular price 18,00 Sale price $14.00. suits regular price 15.00 Sale price $11.00. suits regular price $12.00 Sale price $ 8.00. silk Mohair summer su'its regular price $12.00 Sale 1 A Lr n ra &- - iff 8CN r3 vk SOLVE THE SHOE PROBLEM Besides giving wear that only the best leathers and workmanship can withstand. Security School Shoes are made over especially designed lasts. These not only make a handsome, stylish shoe, but allow plenty of room for the child's tender, growing feet. A shoe that pinches a little foot may permanently injure it, so care must be taken to insure a snug fit, but with plenty of toe room. Any boy or girl is proud to own a pair of Security School Shoes, for they are just as good for dress occasions as for outdoors and playtime. They come in a wide diversity ot styles and leathers aad the prices are right. price $7.50. Rain coats regular price $20.00 sale price $12.50. Rain Coats regular price SI 2.00 sale price $ 7.50. Big lot of overcoats which we will sell regardless of price. Big lot of $4.00 shoes we will sell at $1.50 choice. Big lot of $1.25 dress shirts go at 75c. Stetson hats regular price $5.G0 Sale price $3.50. Big lot of $1.00 hats, hosiery, neckwear and other articles must go. Big lot of Boys suits, overalls, shoes and shirts at your own price. V i -- T H KSJ 113 VX X 52fii i J' X tvx7-:J : vc. I ' lEll -- r . Ve will olf-j- r i U si!e o full Iitlnr tjo. tire buggy at $85. Ai. t rubber tire rm all l.. lsiu-- t $G5. A regular high ferat'e $125 buggy at Si 00. one .r tire road carts uuu'c ?50. We hne all kir.fi a t i but for the benef t of our competilorbwe win nor i uv a-j- i "her . n . Furniture Department g HMPS, WHEAT DRILLS. BllErS' . " We have one Wareroom full of the latest line of FURNITURE and most up-to-da- MOWERS, HAY RAKE:' Don't fail, to examine ami g through our irr.i i.ir.t-will not quote you the prices in this sale bill of ti:cse Main of machinery as it would causa ill feeling towarr. vs bv o; dealers.,. You must come and get these bargains i -.. .- te Our Shoe department is also complete both in Ladies, Mens and Childrens Shoes and Oxfords. It is useless to mention the low prices which we will make you in our Dry Goods and Notion which we will offer AT A SACRIFICE. We . Great appins and ETft Hardware J nke? '.crinj, I J & V-Vv- RJ3?aniaGcod SfcEaM ' M& 8. S , rdllll). ! S!L 5.- - S E - - " n Tt Bb 100 Dozen Brooms must While At Your Bring Your and Have It Ground At Our O-- o t - r fr. 1.9c M 5j 4 S Corn Mill BE SURE AND COME. REMEMBER THE DATE. You Do Shopping. TERMS CASH OR PRODUC Becker, Ballard & Co RJB q5- - . Bryantsvillc Kentucky , ( au ..r.ij. tafee 8 snnurmn UJLIMDI taiituit? ffAKJIUft 3 Omt00900MIHMHMMOC The Central Record, Thursday June 25, 1914., VjATWO0I It Is easy in adversity True Fortitude. to despise Rev Peace preached at Good Hope on death; he has real fortitude who dares Sunday. to live and be wretched. Martial. Mrs. Longworth sold two calves to CfsoococfrOO' Woods Walker for 50. Two Kinds of Economy. pace beloiv tins livAding U foi itic ciclu- W. H. Fan- - sold 7 head of cattle to A woman can take a dime to the otoiir fanner Kiilscrihers.tid is feu Kile ot stocL. Kimn mid speli Uhiirs on E. L, Woods for 7 cts. liver counter of the butcher's shop ra bargain than a the farmer rmiuot nlTord to Adrcr Miss Celia Pointer who was operated and strike a better I i&. No notice will .; accepted orer four man could make, but a man can wear 0.6s. nd ulll be only in '.wo Issue of the o l over a week ago is not quite as well. a two dollar hat till it turns green, 't COORD, f ree of charge Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fowl of Rowwhile a woman can wear a $25 one by sight. IFOR Sale:-fine tobacco bed 300 land visited at Mrs. M. F. Cormneys only till her friends know It Sunday. Louisville Courier-Journai iel long Ly 9 fcet wide. J. T. Pope. Geo. Longworth and Miss Myrtle MiukRbure, Ky. Payne loped to Jellico last Saturday, The Distinction..' Mis. Maty Clark on Lancaster and and were married. Thediscusslon in one of the newsinpercre-nike. lias a Cutting box. Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Baird visited at papers on whether one should use the Bowing machine and hay lake for sale the home of Mr. Criscillis near Hyatts-vill- e word "woman" or "lady" and how one -Sheap. All in good lepair.. is to tell the difference has been enlast Sunday. Mrs. S. Archer and Mrs. Fannie livened by this story: Two charwomen .8 A 1 w eaa Jiaii a.AA. llA, l somebody else. discussing A nutit i)ii (ji Archer and children visited at W. H. were in ifciinflvcu "Yuss," said one, "she's a lydy she is. ot Siger Creek, about May 11th, ; Furra Sunday last, When she gits drunk she can take a V&hog. Owner can have same uy prov-- , . ,1 ' The farmers art all thru setting cab 'ome." AZ projieitv ?nd Having charges tobacco and corn crops tho generally I I' I. Bill Grimes i, rj. IJate look promising. Bread From Sawdust. IwJKm J A" !nvir for bale, one A year old Jersey ' In Germany there is said to be a ' qpW. two 2 year with calvea bakery that turns out 20,000 loaves of odd Happening. , a nil lie'fei, ficsh jn fall. sawdust bread daily and finds a ready Minister (announcing from pulpit) faid F. M. Tinder, Lancaster Ky. "I will add that a lady's watch has market for the output. Although this been found in one of the aisles, which "wooden bread" is Intended for conmy Dlace About June 1st. I the owner can have by applying at the sumption by horses only, it is claimed to f in, H.0 PJ1,u.l steer, which owner can vestry. Wc will now sing the one hun- - by the manufacturers thatu in case of u ivoura mimsu uuuiuima rpd a irave by proving same tn. paying for Hep and seventeenth hymn: "iord, iamme and hlBh,y satisfactory food for hu-Thy churcU Ig Keeplng ,. ot.ee s man beings. -E- xchange, H. C. Arnold, .Lancaster Ky A l. N Victor Bogaert Go, Leading Manufacturing "SSSOOStfmJOtfVCOSm) i t Jewelers&lmporters , 133-13- 5 West Main St. -:- W H E RE are you going to get a First Class A BKj DAY A. Lexington, - Kentucky. New York, Brussels, Belguim. Hair Out and Shave Blocking Hair a Specialty. We are here to stay. The old reliable barber on Richmond T NSU Your DRIPPING oSHs" Henry Duncan. R. M. BOURNE Good Service. street. TOBACCO Auctioneer. E? jEm HE, . against Prices Right. Phone 35 Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Good Eating. Cold Drinks, COME ANO BRING YOUR FAMILY Hail, Now Dr. Wm. Veterinary It D. Pnor, StabI-- costs no more to DINNER eh 50 CENTS. ! i 5i52i2r!5i3S2S52'.7r5 mfs&asmmasszmsszmixzu&r'' protect it from the start, than to wait later on in the season. Insure it with g Office Surgeon and Dentist . at Rainey s Livert Kentucky Lancaster, i -- rssnifi y L E W Morrow, clawed Mtted ctHfictioti 'nnrmiM'tH. Gruuutc Optica: If Oflue at Citizens National Bank Lancaster Ky. i altera miauies lime. A' rice QOCm JLt Jill Druggists. Free uapl and clrenr lent a request. Dnnoanii nina,v .. w V i i u.r. c tutuuunoun ntuicui tUiurHiH. : kv. & U3t m din ai., Lexingion, v and OaicklT reliere!i Tlr?i"nTi.atNn. Sore 3Im- CnpLrhit. Ilailifhe ani! ' all Cains. 1 our mnner if tt f all to r- IieTO anr acho In .nw nart of the Lodr THE NEW Opposite Post Office. Barber Shop Bath In Connection. iil j J. W. IVL 8,?FSp ELLIOTT, trm ?&&zx,Wi l&E $ f?r ?3 s I have Boone County 'White and Red Coo COKN from ti.e crops of 1912, also Iteids Yei-loUent crop of 1913 which has been carefully hand picked a ? well as all other farm Seeds. Write for samples and price-w . Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone G. Residence Phone ' OMc Ue- -: Olie t. m o 11 Ilonrs 1 p. m to I l.t.xil:uH street Entire Stock of irl. T. Logan's must and will be 1 IK rt n W. BUSH KELSON, Lexington, Ky B. Phone s Gj "W"JLa:ii:i DENTIST. Lancustr, Kj. ff i:s !' 'K K :, 't. V.. & "v,i'ft fcj" ' rv, V ?Vl ''' I ? 3&it V.) 1 4 1MB At Ml 9( m feSS .3a5. Xi.OI3 I Up-To-Da- te rrrw" ;nm Lw i.JLliJ mm fi, ' i. PATR3CK. Kt.ntueky Dentist Paint Lick. m JSJIIlIji to satisfy his. creditors. 'We have lots of Nice, New and ine suo mat Gives 'lllllillli" Satisfaction Has the famous doors that swing on hinge- convenient to oper ate keeps silage per tl II! 5?5t ? Pi T i t a y H. K. Bennv ORice. M Doctors Of Denial Surgery. tormes KtilldniKOtei Hurt souN Furnlinre storr f mk . A. udcr ns ? J&0I 3 u: lUHHS 1h winter anJ I If I W uawq H FH KB ill ui LANCASTER, Write for our offer and Silo Book Mailed Free Alsn cet nffer An Ihf. f Jinvlnf. tf and the lisht running SUbexzabn SUajjc S KENTUCKY. cca i o wear tfarmeats is-- Cutter. J S BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalrner I Southern Silo Co. Incorporated that positively will be sold regardless cf cost Now ' the time and Logan's Store is the place to Buy Seasonable Merchandise at LESS THAN HALF PRICK r Lexington, Kentucky Office Phone 27. Residence Phone 3 LANCASTKR KY. TRE Sfrawberiv : 'I . s? . buy more than you can buy elsewhere for $20.00 Dont taKe our word, come anci let us show you. Think seriously about it ' .$:20,, 2e!5t, and $25. Sultry can be bought at $8. to $ 0. Can you find such prices anywhere m Central Ken cucky. garments that we are going to sell LotS'.;cf Ladies Reaav-to-weior.hing charged. Ail accounts must be paid at' regardless of cost. up. once, as this business, must ' ,,"$1-0.00 will ants 1 i 'i . ? Shrubs. Asparagus. Phubarb.Grnps Vines Roses, Fecnies. Phlox. Ec. Hotel Henry Watterson LOUISVILLE. KY. The South', nv-- rt jopuIai priced, noatra buel. :!ua:cj in the f; Alxolatelr very heart of the retail .hopping dutnct&nd near al I the theatre. Fine.t Cafe in Louia.31. withmederato prices. Club Breakfaat from 25e up i noon day Lunch 50c: table de hate Dinner, 6 to 8 p. in. $ .00. Also elaborate a la carte aerrice in Restaurant. f Rathtkeller open front 4 p.m. to 1 a. m. Orchestral and vocal music 1 Fruitand Shade i rees Everything for Orcliard. Lawn and Garden .Vrite for free Catalogue No Agts "'.K . ar H.F.Hillsnmeyer & Sons. Lexington rCnnTkv. Nurserymen since 1841. 'oe-settle- d . " - n ' : s . iJpq 1 J J - 1,Q(h mnk TTo jL ...M;v PfiT 'j-- J : fli f Xr r -- . .1 . ".t On 'i-- ; . ... , " '. v.'Asgpee t4 Jlttf . H j nnnri Jt!l'Ivc' , 'flW . &-Trta- st Co. i j --- 'r ROOM PRICES With running water awl private toilet $1 per dfy With bath Sl.M up. to $3.00 par day 2L Large sample naai with private latK $24 .Catarth Cannot Be Cured iJsJ 1 I to $30 per slay of Hr,X--iLoga- n. if- t't-i -Mev - v ?T Hi You areicordUHy invited to make this botevout headauadets vrhitelii Loiifnlle. even if only for a day: Have yoi m.il and packace addrassed here. Y& i aiwaxs be a welcome (neat. 2S. ttOBEltT B. JONES. atV-i--i. - - 7fl with 1X)CAIj APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surface. Ball's Catarrh Cure Is not. a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one- - ot the best physicians In this country for years and. Is a regular prescription. - It Is composed 'ot the best tonler known;- comblnetrwltri the best blood purtaers. acting directly on the mucous surfaces. 'The perfect combination of the two ingredients Is what produces such' wonderful results In curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. P. J. CHEXKT CO.. Props., Toledo. O. Soli Jby-- Drasrsam. pries-- TSc. Take Hall'i TutUly Pill for constipation. y I .. 4 .r , , Ufr