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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 4, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915030401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 4, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $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 CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACTr AND GOOD GOVERNMENT tWKNTT rlfTII TIAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 4. 1915. Please hand us that $ Get In HUHBIR 41. POPULAR SPEAKER. Dr. RUNAWAY JUNE" Keenkutter Cutlery & Edge Tools Scissors, Pocket Knives, Razors, Axes, Etc. Each and every one covered with the strongest Guarantee that can be put on them. Should one prove defective In the minutest point, it will be replaced without cost to you. Make our store your headquarters. CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS 3ME 3E The Nappanee Best on the market. - Ask these men who have them. W. E, Moss, John Adam;, Jni Clark. R. L. Burton. W. T. Brndsliaw, J. B. Kinnaird. szklSe IE S. A. HILL, AGENT, DC DG LANCASTER, RY. 3 To INSURE In a Leading American Company Such as the Springfield fire and Marine. CAPITAL. 3 THOMAS & ELKIIN, Agents. 3.000,000,00 ON AND AFTER MARCH at By reason of an order Issued by the Banking Lancaster, Frankfort Ky, to The Garrard Bank and Trust and by reason of orders issued by the Comptroller Washington D. C to The National Bank, and the we Bank, of Lancaster, Ky., Bank Of Bryantsville, Bryantsvllle, the undersigned banks acting under these respective orders, will be allowed to pay any check, order or note of any unless he has the money on deposit to his credit sufficient to pay the when presented This will be enforced so far as possible this date, 1 STRICTLY ENFORCED ON AND AFTER MARCH the as we will be obliged to obey these orders from the departments state and of the Comptroller of the Currency at Washington, our depositors, with We are giving this information to all the- request that they bear the same in mind and govern themselves accordingly, to the end that we may both be spared any possible resulting from overlooking it. in helping We will much appreciate your aid and bring about this necessary change. Signed , ce Crossfleld, of Transylvania At Roman's Optra. House. 1 Atk for coupom In the I'ony Contest. University, will lecture Sunday night at Christian Church, his subject will be. One of the most Interesting serial "Trey O' Hearts" tonight. Hex The Great Life Plan. Dr. Crossfleld Is pictures and one that has nroven verv Theater. a forceful speaker and we bespeak for popular all over the country, will start mm a large audience. at the Koman s Opera House, on Mon1000 votes with every subscribers, day night, March ICth. new or old. Mr. Romans knows how to cater ji HIGH CLASS ENTERTAINMENT Be aure you have It before you write the "movie" public and ia very C. K . nt tti. rhrl.tl.n Aknl. The your check. fortunate In securing "Runaway June", are hoping to secure the Transylvania which starts on this nieht and we fppl Subscribe for the Itecord and get Glee Cluh tar M.nh !inth TM. .Ink certain will prove a popular aerial. 1,000 votea on the pony and cart. ts composed of two professors and 21 For all Magazines see "Miss Dollv" sonege uoys. They nresent s nlav. hlah class music COURSE OF STUDY IN Country Gentleman now $1.00 a year. and popular songs. Small reward for a bank that will MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS. allow an overdraft. Apply at this FINE PIANIST The course of study In the moonlight office. Mr. Raymond Huehes. of Louisville. schocls this year will Include, besides Read what our merchants sav on who Is the niano nlaver at the Onera reading, writing, arithmetic, drills In page 6. Iluy from them and get vot- House, is said, by those who know, to language, history, geography and civ ing coupons. be the finest pianist in Kentucky. A ics, one hundred questions and answers subjects: great many go just to hear him and all in each ot the following Do you want to Have you children? pronounce him a wonder. He pleases Health and Sanitation, prepared bv the make them happy? It so get in on the all classes, playing both ragtime and State Board of Health: Roads and Road pony contest. Building, prepared by Hon. R. C. Ter Classical music. rell, Mate Commissioner of Roads; "The Master Key" Is drawing bumpAgriculture, prepared by Hon. J. W. er crowds, and each episode grows BUYS ANOTHER FARM. Newman, Commissioner of Agriculture: A more Interesting. Mr. J. I. Hamilton purchased last Domestic Science, prepared bv Ml Read our article on Health, Pleasure week of J. Y. and J. F. Robinson their Mary E. Sweeney, Head of Department and Recreation. Give your children all farm out the Kemper lane on the Lex Domestic Science, State University. three by securing them the pony and ington pike and containing about 350 cart. acres, for $85 an acre. This farm is ALEXANDER BANK It is said bank notes and money are known as the William Clark farm and great disseminators of small por. If is considered one of the most productive DIRECTORS SUED. man must have the disease I know of in the county. John J. Williams, for th Kra Hunt no better way to get it. Ing Commissioner, has filed suit atnint JONES-YEAK- EY. the directors of the defunct Alexander The first spring month was ushered Mr. Gooch Yeakey, a prosperous bank for 3104,000, representing the in Monday, it was a cold raw dav, and we will say it came in like, a linn, hop farmer of Hedgevilleand Miss Gertrude principal and interest of notes the Jones, one of the belles of Hedgeville, banking commissioner charges were ing it will go out like a lamb. were made man and wife by Rev. F. used for the sole of George I am now prepared to do nice dress- M. Tinder last Friday afternoon. The Alexander and or which Mr. Alexander making at reasonable rates. Am located bride waa a cousin of Mrs. Jim Hatcher assumed all responsibility on the wit- rail in Mrs. Nannie Rogers Powell old stand, and the ceremony was performed at ness stand in his recent trial In which Mrs. J. W. Aker. her residence on Water Street. Many he was sentenced to an Indeterminate good wishes and congratulations are term in the Frankfort prison. A Mercer Co. woman took advanThe notes themselves acrereirated tage of the last day of Febuary" and extended the happy couple. $84,000 and the interest brings the to killed her husband, it being unlawful tal amount sued for to $104,000. to kill husbands, in Boyle and Mercer, LOOK OUT FOR THEM. After setting ud each note not exe after the first day of March. From different nnrfn of thn rnuntrv cuted by Mr. Alexander the petition After talking to two of our friends coma Stories of a swindle lueremfullv alleges that the money went for the one of whom has a new biby at his worked on farmers who thought they use and benefit of George Alexander. house, the other a fresh-ai- r crank who were going to get cheap groceries. This is the largest suit ever filed in sleeps outdoors and takes cold baths, Two smooth strangers went through the Bourbon Circuit Court. we tried to change the subject to war. the communities taking orders for a house in Chicago, pretending to sell a Cover your patches of turnip and standard brand of sugar and flour so CIRCUIT COURT CONVENES other greens, if you have not already cheaply that every fanner visited took Judge Hardin On bench and DtcfetU done It, with straw litter about four from $10 to $G0 worth and other things Beb Rapidly Cleared. Inchea or over deep and you will force besides. Because of the low prices the it a month ahead of that left bare. If flour and sugar had to be "paid in adPromptly at ten o'clock last Monday this be so it will' repay you well fur vance." It ia alleged that in one community the swindlers picked up soma morning, with Judge Hardin on the the little cost, don't you think! bench and Commonwealth $3,000 and no groceries delivered. Attorney A preacher was fined $50 at Somerset tmmet Puryear and County Attorney Somerset Journal. for making naughty remarks to a Green Glay Walker on hand to see that woman who brought a pet poodle to tha screws were put to all violators of NEAR ACCIDENT. finding that so long ai church, the jury the law. Circuit Court was opened here the woman and the dog acted decor While awitching a car of coal on to for a three weeks term. After the ously there waa nt occasion for the the elevated track of Hudson and usual formslity of opening the court preacher to aaaa her. We are sure the Hughes last Tuesday morning, the and the calling of the grand-jur- y was M poodle acted more decorously and dis front truck of the car jumped thn track completed. Judge Hardin announced turbed the preacher less than some and came near toppling over before the that Hon. Emmet Puryear had been boys and girts we have seen in church train could be stopped. 'Jimmie" aaked to instruct the grand-jury- , which Highland, the head brakernan on "Old was done with the ease, grace and Henry", and one of the most accommo solemnity of a Judge with many years dating boys one ever meets, was on tha of experience. The large audience in derailed car at the time and thinking the court house at the time, listened that it was sure to go over, jumped to with much interest to Mr. Puryear and the ground a distance of 15 feet and he held the attention of the jurors for I seriously sprained his knee. The car more than twenty minutes and he coverwas stopped in about Its length and no ed, in that time, most every violation of further damange was done. "Jimmie" the law from a cigarett smoker to a was sent to Richmond on the eleven first degree murderer. He spoke of o'clock train and his friends hope for the grand-jur- y being the eye of the his speedy recovery. citizenship, to stand behind theofficers of the law, to see that same was enforced, of the citizen, who was the SAD DEATH. breeder of crime, who sees a man with Mr. T. R. StultS. haa lust retllrnnt a deadly weapon concealed and refuses from Columbia, where he was called h. to report it, classing such men as opCommissioner the illness and death of a hlnvH posed to the enforcement of the law. daughter, Mrs. Fannie Stulta Browning. He touched Ky Co, of Uki the violation of the Mr. atuits has the sympathy of the local option law and said that he many friends he has made since coming of Currency at believed that it was true that this law to our county. In his sad bereavement. was being violated every day in the Citizens National city of Lancaster: he said that laws MRS ALICE B. WALKER DEAD had been passed to make it a serious Ky., Mrs. Alice Berkley Walker died at a crimn to sell or possess for sale, vinus not sanitarium in Lexington after a pro spirtnus or malt liquors and that this traded illness of paralysis and nervcus law was passed to prevent drunkedness one prostration. She was a native of and the crimes Ih.t are committed by Jessamine county and a member of a persons Tvhlle under the influence of same prominent family. She married Mr, T, liquor. He called attention to the new B. Walker, of Lancaster, and after his law which providen for a much larger and from death a few years ago, she returned to penalty for carrying concealed weapons Nicholasville to make her home. She than formerly and asked that investor is survived by two sons, George, age 18 tlons be made along this line and adding a student in State University, and that, In his opinion, it was one of the Thomas, agtd 13. She is also survived worst offenses of all and the violator by a brother, S. A. Barkley, a wealthy should be punished for it. At the conof farmer, and two sisters, Mrs. W. L. clusion of the instructions Mr. Puryear Steel, of Nicholasville, and Mrs. Mary was warmly congratulated upon his D. C. maiden effort in this line. Uoty, of Winnsboro. S. C. The following have been chosen to The funeral services of Mrs. Walker, of serve as jurymen during the present were held Sunday afternoon the the pony contest. mmmm mm"l I raeaaquar-ter- s ttj We Are S' ist ! For 5A Plush Robes are generous size, warm, long of wear, made in beautiful patterns and rich colors. Buy one for vour nwn comfort, and ask for 5A when you buy. Wagon Harness tnd Plow Gear. PLU.H .ta.liROM oua BUY A .UNK.T torn .T.trr iLAKin roa tmc TOK YOU. OWN COMFORT u.t .t.lc Sold br Let Us Show You Our Line of Harness. HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. 31 IE READ - -- READ GET OUT YOUR HIDDEN MONEY. BORROW MORE, BEG THE REST Child-rens and come to the great SHOE SALE. 2,000 pairs of Mens, Ladles and Shoes doing at cost and below. 53.50 shoes $2.50, $5. shoes at $3.60, $2.50 shoes at $1.75. $1.25 and 98 cents. If yon will only come yon will find shoes that you will bny, don't miss the bargains as shoes are getting higher every day. G. M. LYONS .LANCASTER. II II KENTUCKY. II l 1Z MORE 15, 1915. 1515 "ZUDORA" 20,000,000 resi dence of her sister, Mrs. W. U Steel, Rev. Coakley, of the Baptist Church, and Rev. J. J. Rice, of the Presbyterian Church, officiating. Mrs. Walker came to Lancaster as a bride, and all who knew her learned to to love her and deeply sympathise with the two boya in the losa of a devoted mother. , CORRECTION. at Mystery The Garrard Bank and Trust Co., The National Bank, f i Citizens National Bank, Bank Of Bryantsville.' aft. The coal business of Burnam and Rucker at Paint "Lick, has not been purchased by Mr. John Coldiron. as waa stated In last issue, but still remains a part of tha firm's business and will be under the management of Mr. Roy Estridge. Mary Blanche Conn's name haa been All entered In the "Pony Contest". votes and assistance given will be thankfully recieved. Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. Conn, Grand Jury. RobtBoaln. Foreman, W. R. BastlnSec, Geo. A. Brown, Joe Boaln, R. K. Conn. Floyd Curtis, R. L. Rose. J. W. Palmer, Thomas Rry, Frank Brown. Francis Clark, PoxUr Rich. Petit Jury. Burdette Ramsey, Walter Norman, I. F. Naylor. Hugh Hlgnlte. Mack Henderson, J. B. Lawsou. M. b. Burnside, M. F. Ledford, H. P. Conn, W. B. Denny, J. G. Doty, Jr. Jno F. Marsee, R. L. Elkln, Edgar Price. J. R Dean, V. A. Lear, J. W. Hill. Wm. Onstott. Reuben Prather, G. H. Hammonds, E. C McWhorter, T. L. Broadus, Woods Walker. Joe AWrldge, term. At The Opera House Friday Admission: 5 tWit and 10 Cents A "ZUDORA" ie Gri if mjn r. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Mch 4 1915. COME J J q H. K ON WITH YOURS Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Co. Fabulous prices for Garrard County Tobacco last Tuesday at Prices are better this week than at any time during the season. Sebastain, near Hyattsvllle. - Look what we did for your neighbor: - 215 pounds 230 pounds 180 pounds 230 pounds 120 pounds 175 pounds 0 2 165 pounds 95 pounds - This entire crop, averaged $22.31 from the ground up. averaged 34 cts averaged 14i. 100 pounds averaged 35 cts averaged 194. 55 pounds averaged 21. averaged 45 cts 30 pounds averaged 194 cts 140 pounds averaged 21. averaged 32 cts averaged 30. 135 pounds averaged 32 cts averaged 30. 145 pounds averaged I6icts averaged 30. 80 pounds averaged 134 ctd 2 1.0 pounds averaged 31. Ask W. B. Lee, of Garrard county, and he will tell you where to sell and that his averaged $18.39 and sold as follows: 400 pounds, 340 pounds, 1 65 pounds, 210 pounds, 165 pounds, 22 pounds, 190 pounds, 85 pounds, averaged averaged averaged averaged averaged 'averaged averaged averaged 20 cents 23 cents 36 cqhts 1 cents 13 cents 12 cents 11 cents 3 cents 1 1 9 ! BACKACHE IS A WARNING Neglect TO REMOVE EVERY TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS A number of Ice Plnnts over the country have found after careful examination of their books that it cost them Lancaster People Should Not Their Kidneys. Mr. nn! Mrs. Kolwrt Clark enter- tninetl the bride and qroom Mr. and Mrs. Mnttox of Jessamine county last HEADQUARTERS FOR SIGN OF DANDROFF.:srXnn ,, M. The bride ,!,- ,i. Is about 10 per cent to charge and collect their retail Ice accounts. As a result they are rapidly placing their retail business on a cash basis. Our own experience being in line with the above and believing that this 10 per cent cost is an unwaranted loss, However, wc do not exwe have decided to do likewise. pect to add this 10 per cent to our profits; but will reduce our prices accordingly, so as to give the benefit of the saving to our patrons. Hfournairia nui preiiy; ll ll is Dackache is often nature's most fre- - losing color, too dry, full of dandruff, . queni. signal ui weaKeneu Kiuneys. 10 iiiiiiK i ui. ur 11 your aca.p uciies, you nplinu I r ramnvn Can mltAVa tYa nalna- nml tL I if nVnpCAmo nil et tomi mn. -i i"-"-une ameness wnen it arises irom i u lions at n ir nc cost wun mis s mi) e u ,111 u r i i.u...o i,Cu...i. Mwee.ieuK.uueya. i .nun cause me Kiuneys, 11 you nave pain, just eei irom 11. .Mciiouens some . i .ii.lii kKr, n inusi iiciiiui ami in- uilil. iiiiuuku uie 3iii.li ui juur disorders, headaches, diwy spells, or viBoratinn; tonic that supplies every hair are nervous and depiessed, start treat need. It is easily applieil and absolutely ing the kidneys with a tested kidney harmless. Imptovement begins with uS, Therefore beginning March 1 5th, 19 5 we will conduct our entire retail business strictly for cash and the following reductions will be made on Ice Coupon Books. 400 lb Book, 1000 lb Book, 2000 Old Price Old Price $2.50 less 10 per cent, New Price $2.25 $5.00 less 10 per cent, New Price $4.50 $9.00 less 10 per cent, New Price lb Book, Old Price $8.10 to render the best service possible and to this end we will welcome suggestions and the co- It is our purpose operation of our patrons. Respt. BLUE GRASS DAIRY & ICE CO. W. R. BAST1N, Secretary. H. Y. BASTIN, President. ' I TP Grade of Seeds see us for ii you warn me uesi iA 1 j. j. Blue Grass and Orchard Grass. SWEET CLOVER, Which is the Best Fertilizer for poor ground. We handle the famous Dixie Gem Coal. Trya load. BAILEY mim$m& )::x: & MOSS. remedy. Doan's Kidney Pills have been prov-- ! ed good and Bre especially for weak 'kidneys. Doan's have been used in kidney trouble for over 50 years. Here Is convincing proof of merit. It comes crom this locality. R. C. Faulkner, It. F. D. No. 2, Box 134, Paint Lick, Ky., says: "I sutfered HAMMACK for some time from a weak back. A dull pain through my loins Rava me Mr. Fado Parks visited Mrs. D. G. much trouble. I learned about Doan's Kidney Pills and used them. They Ross last week. soon removed the aches and pains." Mrs. Charles Dillon is on the sick Price 50c at all dealers. Don'tsimply list at this writing. ask for a kidney remedy Ret Doan's Miss Martha Ross leaves Tuesday for Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Fort Worth, Texas. n Co., Faulkner had. Eliza Pointer visited Miss Rcna Props. HufTalo, N. Y. Pointer Saturday evening. Miss Faye Tudor visited Miss Nannie BUCKEYE Conn of Paint Lick last week. Miss Sarah Mosely is visiting her Mr. Joe Ray sold to Mr. Ira Maston sister Mrs. Uuram at Marksbury. a mule price unknown. Miss Georgia Dillon called on Miss Mr. Ray Noel bought of Mr. Willie Nellie Reazley one evening last week. Naylor a horse price $142.50 Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Pointer vis Miss lla Hill is at home after a visit ited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hall recently. to tier sistjr Mrs. Walker Uradshaw. Mr. Marion Underwood of Carters- Mrs. Robt. Long and daughter rrancis, spent bunday with her parents ville moved Into our neighborhood last week. Mr. and Mrs. I). Ray. ' Robert and Lizzie Hammack visited Miss Wilma Ray has returned to Rerer College after several days visit E. G. and little Sarah E. L. Hammack to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ray. Sunday. Quite a crowd of young men and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders and little daughters, Lucile and Gretchen women visited "Uncle Tom's Cabin Hope spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. last Sunday. W. E. Whittaker. Mr. Jim Clark and wife of Carters Mr. John roster died at his home on ville visited Mr. and Mrs. Menifee Paint Lick February 23 of typhoid McQuerry Sunday. . ' fever. He leaves a wife and eight Mr. and Mrs. Woods Graves visited children to morn hit lost. Mr. and Mrs. Web Faulkner Saturday ' night and Sunday. Recommends Chamberlain's Cough Meraedy Thomas Pointer, son of J. W. Pointer "I take pleasure in recommending left here last week for Iowa to be with Chamberlain's Cough Itemed to my his brother. Mason Pointer. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Miller visited her customers because I have confidence In it. I find that they are pleased with It parents Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Parsons, m and call for it when again in need of Saturday night and Sunday. such a medicine," writes J, W. Sexson, Mrs. D. G. Ross and daughter Miss B Montevallo, Mo, For sale by all Martlm, visited her daughters Mrs. . dealers. Phado Parks and Mrs. Maud Conn last Foster-Milbur- iii.miliiin wn .i.n,lln.. g loRl of cotton,ce(l mca to hl, lu,l(, . . iirown farm. Jim Durham who was ...... near .1 eue, me llrlv,nK "eru iihi innuinR the uatjon and team at the bottom .,.... ... on ..... ,..rm..l .nmersault 3 time before r,achinK lhe terminus of the hill an ll without injury. Mr. Hamilton comin alone after the accident seeing a part the first application for Parisian Sage of his meal wusted on the hillside, be' not only nourishes the hair roots but came very blue and so did the air. stimulates your hair to grow long, thick, soft. fluffy and lustrous. It im-- i mediately removes every bit of land-- j If You Aro Losing Weight rulf. stops itching scalp and surely anil your nerves aro in bad condition, j we recommend gives your hair new life and beauty. m hm,n,i ... , , I... . Vulcan and Syracuse .,.v " . c i.i. t, .,i PLOWS. Best Grade of Tobacco Gotton Grass Seeds. at 3cts IveOil ilslon ft food aad nerve tonic prescription' R. E. See us for all kinds of Field or Becker, PHONE 27. McRobtrts TEATERSVILLE .Mr. Ed Cook was the guest of Wesley Ballard and Scot Hume Sunday. Miss Nora Mershon was the guest o Miss Maud Hendrek recently. Miss Maud Hendreck was the guest of Miss Ilessie Long, Sunday. Mr. Dellburt Pruitt spent Sunday with his little friend. Edward Ilolton. BRYANTS VILLE. Kv. 1 I k I ranees, the little daughter of Mr, and M rs. Tomps Hume, has been ill but it better now. Wc enjoy the Central Record and every one says it ia the best paper published in the State. Mr. McKinsey Simpson left Friday for Mo., his friends alt wish him much success in his new home. Misses Mary and Emma Simpson were the guests of their aunt, Mrs, Doll Simpson, of Spoonville. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Irvin and little daughter, Sallie Lou, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Simpson, Satur day and Sunday. the death angel visited the home o Friday Mr. and Mrs. Conn Hager morning Feb. 26 and claimed for it victim their little baby. It was laid to rest in the Jessamine cemetery Sat urday. They have the sympathy of their many friends. THE NATIONAL BANK t OF LANCASTER. Capital A. It i 50,000. J. K. STOKMKS. HPUS Vice 30,000. JENNY, President IWt. S. C. DENNY, Cashier, r. OlLI., it. 1 JHHUY, Ass't Cashier. J. U Safety Samual Oeposit WB Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUH BUSINESS. I). Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J. II. I'osey, J. E. Stormes. S. C. Denny, J. U Gill. Dr. V. M. Elliott. Directors. A WELCOME VISITOR. where it Is knoun, is a box of our spnrkline KinRer ale, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If you have not yet tried any or all ot them you don't know what a fine treat you have been missing. Don't keep on missing it. Order a box and commence enjoying yourself. i y iiii:iijs) P-- 1 week. NOW HER Mr. Will Lawson a children visited Mr. Menifee McQucrry'a children Sun HARDLY Mr. Joseph Hicks is reported very ill day, also Mr. John Clark, Mrs. McQuerry 'a father visited them. at this time. Mr. Earl Grow sold a marc to Mr. But This Does Best Treatment for Constipation. Elverton l.emay price $100. FRIENDS KNOW HER MT. HEBRON Lancaster tling 1m CO. BotPhone 202. BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS Effective from August 1, 1914 to August 1, 1915and guaranteed against any reduction during that time. ?190. TOURING CAR . RUNABOUT 090. TOWN CAR r. O. II. D.trolt. all can fully euuipntd. Sl-iO- (Ill Iho I'ulled 6lt of Aurrlca viily. Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum .efficiency in our factory production, and the cost in our purchasing and sales departments cam uhwkii ix.wa can reach an output oi sw, the abgve dates. And should we reach this buyer share, from agree to pay as the $40. tolSjofper car (on or about August 1. 1916) to every retail buyer who purchase a new herd car between August 1, 1914 and August 1, 1915. regarding these low For further particular plan see prices and mini-Iftvuprofit-sharing Mr. A. S. Dean bought of Mr. J. II, My daughter used Chamberlain's Dean three calves for $82.50. Tablets for constipation with good re .Miss Nettie Hunter ot Nicholasvillc suits and I can recommend them highly" writes Paul Ii. Rabin. Urushly, La. For attended preaching here Sunday. Mefidames Harrison Preston and sale by all dealer. ' Eerett Duncan are convalticing. ' Mr. Perry Hennett snd family of Lock MARKSBURY no 5. have moved to Lock no 8 and will Mr. Tom Itourne losthisnewdwelling now be an duty there. Mr. Dow Askins and Miss Eulala house and contents by fire a short time ' Montgomery of liuenu Vista attended ago. The Misses Clark who were visiting preaching hero Sunday. Messrs. Hobart Grow, Clell Teater friends at Paint Lick last week return and Royston Ray of Poor Ridge attend ed this morning. ed preaching here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Hughes and daugh Mr. George Woods gave a party at ter Delia Rice, spent Sunday with Mrs. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otho Mont Margaret Sutton. gomery Saturday evening from 0:30 to Mr. Mark Golns and sons, are erect 10. There were about 70 present and Ing a black smith stop, and will also all enjoyed tho hours to the utmost. run a grist mill in connection with it. Mr. W. II. Montgomery sold three Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner ot Lancas calves to E. C Montgomery price $78. ter, and Mr. and .Mr. Ilradley Durham Mr. and Mrs. W, N. Grow of Poor were guests of Mr. and Mr. Jim Tur Ridge were with their sons Messrs. ner Wednesday. Willie and Edd Grow here Saturday and Mr, Huffman and family of Lancas Sunday. ter have moved to the property of Mr. Fisher Hughe and will run the black Not Bother Mrs, Burton, Under the Circumstances. Houston, Texas. In an interesting letter from this city, Airs. S. C. Burton writes as follows : "I think It Is my duty to tell you what your medicine, Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done for me. I was down sick w!lh womanly trouble, and my mother advised several different treatments, but they didn't seem to do me any good. I lingered along (or three or four months, and lor three weeks, J was in bed, so sick I couldn't bear for any one to walk across the floor. My husband advised me to try Cardui, the woman's tonic. have taken two 1 "IMHM mr ft H X, Richmond, ky. H I Vain', In ull iMa Hcliools r KenHalo CcrtltM'Utc.. tucky, hpeclal Courses and Ituvlenr Courses. Tuition 1'riM to Ai'polntiTf. Two spli'iiilid dormitories, new modelI school. uvY tiisnuiil tr.lnlnif litillilim. t,rurtm. .., I ,u . KriLUIUirV, U W'! i eillll. PMMl mum", .1 Kyialiilii. Itomeatlo Hclence, Klrt Term begins Hepte ruber 7. Hecowl Term November 10. Third Term Jntm try 2i. Foil rtlt Term A prll 6, bummer School oiwiii June 11, CiuiloKiie Free, j, ,j. nuillllt, A TRAININu SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Oourws IcmlinK to Elementary, Inlcrnic1itn and Life IWJrni. Watch Your Children Madison Garage, Richmond. Ky. Often children do not let parent know they aro constipated. They fear something distasteful. They will like Itezall Orderlies a mild laxative that tastes likeeugar. Bold only by us, 10 cent. R. E. McRobsrti bottles oi Cardui, am feeling fine, gained 15 pounds and do all of my housework Friends hardly know me, I am so well.' Ii you sutler irom any of the ailments so common to women, don't allow the trouble to become chronic. liegin taking y. Cardui It is purely vegetable, Its Ingredients acting in a gentle, natural way on the weakened womanly constilu-tlo- n. You run no risk In trying Cardui. It has been helping weak women back to smith shop this year. health and strength for more than SO Mr. Hiram Land and family have years. It will help you. At all dealers. moved to the tenant house formerly occupied by Luke Shears, Mr. Shears Ctatunuic.. Irfin.. for Hvtcial buutt, ' lion. having moved to another house on Mr. idvlfcory,!).!., yomc.M.nJM-iMf- . Mat la pUia wuppu. Lti-Ed Clam' place. W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Otlico Phono 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phono 33. Director and The Central Record, Thursday Men 4, 1915 rmu Bftnc on 3 eti 3 Page 3 I "SAFETY FIRST" LIGHT S!X tlW. LIGHT FOUR $1250. (t. o, ii. rctotrj n 1 k 1 Geo. U. Mayr, of 154 Whit In St, Chicago, 111, a prominent (IrtiRgHt, has published a guide to health, in which he shows how he cured himself and brought relief to thousands of other sufferers from contipatlon, biliomncM, indigestion and intestinal troubles liy the use of French healing oilr. One dose usually convinces. The most chronic cases rarely need over three doses. This book will lie r i.iled free on remieit. Marr's Wonderfm Remedy is sold by leading druggists everywhere with the positive understanding that your money will b refunded without question or quibble ii ONE bottle fails to give you aUoUtt satisfaction. sto.iiach n.i.i. I 1 ss STANFORD I I I CONVINCED- If you are open to conviction tnke the time to inspect the vnrious enrs in your price zone mnkc n cnrefnl analysis of ennh car -t- he Mitchell will compare more than favorably in your final Miss Isabelle Lutz, of Louisville, the guest of Mrs. Walter Jones. Miss Elizabeth Carter has been quite III for some time with chicken-pox- . Miss Jennie Warren has been quite ill for several days with an attack of parents, Mr, and Mrs, T. I). Newland. Supt, W, C. Wilson, who has proven himself very efTicient principal of the Stanford school since the' resignation of Prof. J. W. Ireland, has been elected to the place for two more years. Mrs. Walter G, Smith has returned home after a visit to relatives and friends at Owingsvllle. She will leave next week for Colorado where she will spend several months for her health. Miss Elizabeth Hlggins has been at home from the College of Music of Cincinnati, for several days, suffering with u severe case of tonsilitis. She will return this week to again take up her week. Mr. and Mrs. Wearen Hughes and is Miss Charl Williams, of Memphis., and Miss Susie Thompson ahd Mrs. C. D. CASTOMA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought AcgcfaMePnrRifU,rl, slmilaijnfjihcRiorfanilHWuij llnglltcSioaadiinadBffltdjtf Bears the Signature 1 I I 1 conclusion. The eager Light Six or the smart Light Four show their individuality in every line their appearances, finish, comfort and performance stamp their superiority. These assertions con Ims proven if the car submitted to you for your deductions supports our claims you will be convinced, 1 THE MITCHELL LINE FOR Mitchell Light Six -t- wo, flvo or six passengers -wheel fi cylinders' power iiiri-l- n 45 hors l,se-:W- 1915 Six-- Mitchell Special Sl,M tires Mitchell Light Four two and five passengers llfi-iwheel horso ower 4 cylinder-- 35 bae-3- U4 ll.IKO tires Light Kour-- G passengers Mitchell xt 60 horse power 3Cx4 tires G 132-i- passenger-- G cylinders wheel base Il.tOo f 1,095 12,350 same as above tl, 300 Mitchell Special Six -- 6 passengers same as above Mitchell Six OeLuxe 7passengcrs-6cylinders-141- -in. wheel baseGO horse power 37x5 tire HitchelULewis Motor Co. Racine, Wis, U. S. A. CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. Lexington, Ky Distributors. SEE US AT THE SHOW. Pick headache, lulioiiMMW, piles and IwJ breath aro usually caused by inae-tn-o Umcla. titt n liox of I!c:dl Orderlies. They net gently and cflec-tiul- y. bold eUy by us at 10 ccals. R. E. Mcrtobtrts id Bilk Diaw A Check for the money you ov e and inote how much more res STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruit and Shade Trees Our first offering of the remarkable pectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has nn account nt the Garrard Bank & Trust Go. Mammouth Pearl Potato Everything for Orchard. Lnwn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts business like. way. Hetter They know he is doing business in open auch an account even if your affairs ore not large. Thev will grow nil right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company H.F.Hillcnmcycr & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. ORCANIXIW iSS.1. 1915 istl. We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. FIELD SEEDS. I Capital $50,000. President. W. O. I'.ignkv, Ass't Cash'r, U. Y. HUDSON. V. V. CHAMP. Surplus $45,000. J. J. WALKER, Vice I'rest. r. have n full line of high-gra- Joe J. Walkeii, Ju., Cashier, Field Seeds which I am oftering at very attrac live prices If interested, nsk for samples and prices. Pay By Check rAlways. W. Bush Nelson, Lexington. Kentucky, We recommend this method because of its safety, simplicity and convenience. Also because of the ntKSTIc'.K it wins a person in the business world. It gives him a standing -- n recognized place if vou please - if his banking connections are known to bo of the right sort. Kvery one of our many satisfied checking customers is a living argument in favor of YOUlt adapting the samo method. Ship to the Hogshead Market Now are not going to hang your tobacco, prize it in hogsheads and ship it during the month of March to one of the following: If you WAREHOUSES Ky. Louisville, Ninth Street Warehouse Louisville Warehouse Kentucky and Peoples Warehouse Planters-Centr- " " Warehouse Farmers Warehouse Home Warehouse al It will have the special attention of experienced warehousemen and you will get prompt returns. Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co. Louisville, Ky. lucorpoisUd Jlxyx tMOStlfWmwt Krip. Mrs. Elizabeth Hocker has been confined to her room for several days Amltt with grip. Miss Christine Merritt spent the week-en- d in Danville with her mother and sisters. AncrfMl Remedy forCmsffe Mrs. C. C. Anderson, of Mt. Sterling Hon. Sour S(oiiudi.Dlarrti Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and worms jConvalswnj Jevm Mrs. E. I Woods. ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Miss Jenpie Duncan has returned to facsimile Sigmrcrcof j Lancaster after a. visit to her Bister, Mrs. Charlotte Warren. ttSZ CtHTAUn COMPAKX; Mrs. J. F. Larue, of Louisville, has NEW YOHK. been the recent guest ot her sister, Mrs. George V, Dc Horde. Collector Rowan Saufley and Deputy S. John II. Foster went to Cincinnati Marshal Charles Winfrey, of Somerset. last week and purchased a very hand- They captured seven negroes who are now in the Danville jail charged with some Hudson touring car. There is Miss Nancy Yeager went to Louis selling whisky unlawfully. Exact Copy of Wrapper. ville this week te spend several days sai(I to be a number of others that will be arrested soon. with friends and relatives. K. C. Campbell, wife and badv were Hubert Naylor, colored, shothis stepin Lancaster Wednesday the guests of father, George ColTey, in the breast her mother, Mrs, Joan Ball. here this week, inflicting an ugly The Mrs. T. D. Pendleton Cummins has wound, but not a serious one. been confined to her bed for several trouble was caused by ColTey, who had been ordered to stay away from the weeks on account of illness. house where his wife and stepson lived, Miss Mabel Gum, of Lexington, who GARRARD CIRCUIT COUKT. to the house the night of has teen the guest nf Mrs. H. D. Fryo but he went the trouble and bursted the door down Francis Turpin, et al. Plaintiffs, at Hubble has returned home. and entered the house and threatened VS Miss Elizabeth Hottzclaw was the to hit the woman. Naylor gave himDefendants. guest of Miss Mary Hailey at Crab self up, and his trial was heU here Will Lear, et al. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at Orchard Saturday and Sunday, He was cleared and ColTey the March Term. 1915, the undersigned Monday. Mrs. Susan II. Yeager. Mrs. J. C. was given 30 days in jail for Commissioner will sell at public auction, Hays and Mrs. Ilettie Hush are spendbefore the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M., or ing several weeks at Hot Springs, Ark. thereabouts, on Mrs. Annie Engleman has rented the MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1915, A. T. 'unnclley property on Lancaster it being the first diy of the Garrard street and will uke possession at once. NATIONAL HYMNS. County Court Term the real estate Mrs. J. C. Lynne of Frankfort, Br- "Die Watcht am Rhein." which is mentioned In the pleadings and describnvru nere nionuay ami will open up her the German national hymn and is being ed as follows: On the waters of Back Creek in Gar millinery store here for the spring sea sungnowbyall Teutons, whether at rard County, Kentucky, beginning at a son. homo or on the battlefield, was written stake in a branch, a small black walnut Timothy Fisher had the misfortune by a certain Max Schneckenburger, pointer; thence down the same with its to fall while playing in the hemp house who was boan in the little town of meanders, N 1CJ W 58.3 poles, N 11 E 11 iwles, N 2J E 10 poles, N 101 W 36 ami break his right ankle. He also Thalheim in Wurttembcrg, Pchneck- - poles N 2 W 35.3 poles to u stone; received several minor bruises. burger was a druggist's assistant in thence N IKJ w a) poles to a stake in Wain Newland, who has been at Bern where he composed the poem in Back Creek: thenre un the same with its meanders S Glj W 12 poles S GCJ W Witchita Fells, Texas, for several 1910. 12 poles H 331 W 13.2 poles S Mi W 30 years, returned here lust week and will At that time, says the Neue Freie poles S fi W 15 poles S 20 E 31.C poles, help his father in the store here. I'resse. France was vociferously de S 22 E C3.5 poles. S 40J W 17 poles to in said creek; thence n new Alfred Ends, of Crestwood is here on manding a march on the Ithine- - that a stake87 E 80 poles line N to the beginning, and Ger containing 77 acres, , Being the same business. His wife will join him here is to say, wnr with Germany man patriotic songs begin to be heard tract of land conveyed to John Lear, next week und be the guest of her from one end of the stream to the Denr.I Lear und Peter Lear, by XV. II. other. The subject of the songs was Spainhower. by deed dated January 1. in the Garrard 1893, almost exclusively the Rhine itself. County and recorded in Deed Book Z, Clerk s Ofiice which each nation proposed to cross, page 178. in order to get at grips with the other. This land is ordered Sold by the Com The theaters of I'aris have reopened missioner for the purpose of dividing to tha stirring chords of "La Marsei- the proceeds among the plaintiirs and adllaise." Paris, who had silently gather defendants as their rights may be own judged, the suid land being jointly GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. ed her strength in the face of threaten eu uy me parties 10 ine action. ed invasion, has again found her con' TERMS. G. W. Callebs' Admr. Plaintiff, Odence and acknowledged her need of The sale will be made on a credit of VS. and the purtwelve Dora Callebs, et al. Defendant. animation. Then was a desire to re- six and will be months required to execute Pursuant to a judgment rendered at turn to the theater. But flimsy pro chaser with approved security for the bonds uie .iiarcn lerm. ma, the undersigned ductions were not wanted. I'aris wish nuichase price, one half due in six Commissioner will sell at public auction ed principally to unite, to cheer and to months and one half due in twelve neiuru wie vouri House Uoor in Lan strengthen herself in the same lessons months, bearing six per cent intrest TOUl, UV Ul 11 U CIOCK, Al., OT of the classics and in the dreams of from date until paid, having the for-- e inereauouts, on and effect of a judgment upon which noble music. execution may issue, payable to W. II. MONDAY, MARCH 22. 191G. Brown, Master Commissioner of the It being the first day of the Garrard Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will County Court Term the real estate be reserved upon the property sold until mentioned in the pleadings and des- all the purchase money is paid. THE REASON WHY. criueu as louows; W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C, Located in Garrard County, KentucIf the Record did not stick to the pay J. E. Robinson, Att'v for PlITs. ky, and bounded as follows: Ucginning in advance rule, it would probably be Capt A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. at an ash stump, line to J. W. Scott. corner toll. F. Smith (now l'oor)of the out of business. At a time like this lanu nerein conveyed: thence N 89 W we would be glad to extend credit to Ji.i poles to a stone in the line of II. our subscribers if we could, but we F Smith (now Poor), a corner to Mar garet Kouinson; thence N H-'- poles to cannot afford it. The farmer is in bet BUyT-TQHpA- Y a stone In the old Harrodsburg dirt ter condition to live without money road; thence N 03 E 10.4 poles to the than we are. He has his corn, meat. Uryantsville & Cane Itirn Turmik rami- - chickens, potaloev, etc., while we have thence N 6a E 31J poles; thence N 68 E f hey 41.1 poles, N80 K 15 J poles to the to pay our emplo) eej promptly, If we Northwest comer of the Methodist too must have money to live. rarsonage, nut uirectiy opposite North did not enforce the pay in advance rule east corner of store room in the Itrv. very few of our rs would pay nnlsville and Cune Kun turnpike road; in advance, and about twentjfivo per thence S 80 E 2 pole S 82 W 6 poles This S 8 E 1J poles S Ei W 1 pole; thence S cent of them would never pay. 8 E 7 poles: thence N 80 E 11 mm- - would place us in the position of having thenco S 78 poles to the center of the to run on credit if we could get credit, Uryantsville and Fork dirt road to a corner to the lands conveyed by C. .1. without having any de finite idea when Spilmun to J. C. England; thence S ill wo would make collections and how W 77 poles to the beginning, containing much we would collect. When times Ileing the same tract of times were good we would make fairly O.'IJ acres. to U. W. Callebs by II. good collections, but in times of finanland conveyed C Ituble and wife, by deed dated Jan uary 2. 1911, and recorded in the Gar cial stress, when we would need the rard County Clerk 'a Office in Deed money, there would hardly be anv colHonk No ;2, page 137. lection at all. Each subscriber thinks This land is ordered sold by the Com that his little dollar does not amount to inissioner for the purpose of paying the debt of 11. C. Ituble, amounting to much but 2,000 of them makes $2,000, AND ALL THE FAMILY ouou.w. wun interest irom Jan. u, which Is a considerable Item in meet1914, until paid, against said estate, ing our expenses. That is why It is Two and a half million readers find it of to settle the estate of G. W. necessary fc.r us to collect subscriptions absorbing Interest. Everything in it is and Callers, deceaied. Written So You Can Understand It in advance, from rich and poor, white TEHMS. We sell 400,000 copies every month wilhout and black, honest and dishonest ffivlnif Dremiums ahd ha e na lakcitur. Anv The salo will be made on a credit of newsdealer vill bhow you a copy; or write the A newspaper like the Record cannot six and twelve months and the pur puuuaucr lur live Hmpie a poUi v ill ao. chaser or purchasers will be required be published at pervailing prices for Sl.SO A YEAR ISc A COPY to execute bonus wnn approval secur subscription and advertisement without ity for the purchase price, one hair due collecting subscriptions in advance and Popular Mechanics Magazlno In six months and one half due In a No. MMhiatn Ave., CHICACO collections for twelve months, bearing six per cent keeping close up with Interest Jrom date until paid, having advertising and job work. The hjgh the force and effect of a judgment up- coat of all newspaper material makes on which execution mrv issue, payable the margin of profit In the newspaper to W. II. Drown, Master Commissioner business very small even when there of the Garrard C'rcu it Court, and re no losses. In fact, no newspaper lien wi l be reserved uuon the property For Infants and Children sold until all the purchase money ti can really afford to get out a paper paid. for J1.00 t the present day prices of In Us W. H. DROWN. M. C. G. C. C, everything, but as long as we are try Always bears J rIne to. we asl our friends to pay us J. E. Robinson, Atty for I'llTs., Capt. Ai M. Bourne, Auctionter promptly. Sutton, of Mt, Vernon were the weeK end guests of Mr, L. It. Hughes and mother, Mrs. Julia Hughes. Miss Clara Cooper, who is teaching at Berkley, Cal., had the misfortune to fall and break two of her ribs a few days ago. She writes her parents, that she is getting along real well, although she has been out of school for several weeks. Daisy, the little seven months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. IlraggThomp-son- , who had been quite ill of whooping cough, strangled to death at their home in Crab Orchard Saturday. The remains were buried at Lancaster Sunday afternoon. A raid was made here last Wednesday night on the bootleggers and blind tiger operators of this city, by Deputy Promotes DigMltOTOttrfiJ- ocas ana iestjconiains mttt Omimi.Morphinc norlliacril of NotNaiicotic. In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA TMI CCKT1WR COMNNTi Nt YOHK CITY. Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. j CARD S.J OFFICE CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. Residence Phone 41 Dr. J. S. GILBERT. Office Phone 59 LANCASTER. KY. em fl VHP, .B. IV. Gluiei Fitted. S.tjif.cllon Ooersnteed. Morrow, Graduate Optician Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. John H. M. McRoberts. COMMISSIONER'S" SALE OF LAND. Clay over Post Kauffman, Office. Attorney-At-La- w Offices on Danville Street Office Phone 31. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky i. Paint Lick, OrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. BUCKEYE, KY. Phone 387-day and niijht. Prompt Service J. S. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ofiice Over National Bank. Residence Phone 3. Ofiice Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. M. K. DfiDuy and W.A. Wheeler POPtAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Offlcei StormeiBnlldluKeyet Hurt, A Auder ou'i Kutnnnro Store. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY For Father and Son Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Ofiice at Itainey Lancaster, Livery Stable. Kentuf" r aniiv t " 1 CASTORIA loro-loiXI- ndl rri IT- SSUB 11 l.jVyV sis' its. For Ovr 30 Yars - If ke can't supply you. writ Our tbem from your local te LOUISVIUK SnJanSaUIn 6. K. Page 4 TheCentral Record Issued Wkkkly. GETTING The Central Record, Thursday Men 4, HARRIED IN WISCONSIN. n 1915. THANKS AWFULLY! COOPER ENDORSES WAR AND DRUG FAMINE. There will be a difference of opinion a TROUBLE GREATLY ANOTHER FARMER-SPEAK- incorforatcd. $1.00 a ybar. Y. M. C. A. WORK regarding the effect of Man Becomes More Tnor- ongUr Wisconsin's eugenic marriage law, ROBINSON. Editor. which went Into effect on the first of R. L ELKIN, Local Editor nnd Mrt. the new year, makes marriage in that State Impossible, according to tome of Cntereri si th Foti omre In tanesater, Kjr. Its critics. Others, more hopeful, say SeeondOI.M Mill Mtlter. that it will prove a dead letter. It Member Kentucky Press Association decrees that marriage licenses shall be issued only to those who present and Eighth District Publishers League. certificates from reputable physicians that they are sound In sll respects; It Lascasler, Ky., Much 4, 1915. requires that these certificates shall be bated on the most searching laboratory tests; and it fixes the doctor a fee at Rates For Political Announcements three dollars. For Precinct and Citv Offices ...$ 6.00 "or County Offices 10.00 For State and District Ofllces.... 15.00 WOMEN AND CHIL 10 For Calls, per line DREN SUFFERERS. For Cards, per line .10 For all publications in the Inter"After all, Is it not the women and est of individuals or expreschildren who are the real sufferers In sion of Individual views, per war? lin .10 "Theirs is the suspense; theirs the 05 Obituaries, per line dread of the casualty list: theirs the alternating hope, fear and despair if father, husband or brother is among POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS the missing. The future to them may The Central Record Is authorized to hold gloom and poverty, Theirs never announce the following candidates for can be the glory." The speaker was Crown Princess office, subject to the Democratic Cecille, future Empress of Germany, primary, August 3rd,, 1916. In the Cecilian house, the beautiful FOR GOVERNOR. $400,000 building of the Fatherland's Hon. A. O. Stanley. Woman's Association in Charlottens- FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. burg. I met her. C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. She was occupied as she hai been Chas. C. Fox, of Uoyle county. every day since the war, acting as an angel of mercy, comforting the wound FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ed and Biding their women and children, ATTORNEY. "Europe is one vast hospital," she E. V. Puryear, of Bovle county. continued. "Isn't it apity -- such a pity? R. V. Keenon, of Mercer county. How happy your American women J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county, should be. Happy mothers, happy FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. mothers, happy wives, happy sisters, 11. Mason. W. "There is none of the heartaches and W. A. Duty. miseries of war. They have none of FOR SHERIFF. the suspense that is ours." G. T. Ballard, Jr. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. FRANK JAMES. J. . likalifitd With Kenluckr. Lexington, March 4th., L. T. Cooper, the pfilanthropist. who electrified Lexington by furnishing, at his own personal expense, the bread that Is used in the Orphans' Homes in that city, who established a "Bread Line" for the indigent poor and who is conducting an agricultural exposition to encourage the farmers, whom he considers the bone and sinew of the land, became more thoroughly identified with Lexington in particular, and Central Kentucky In general, when he became a member of the Young Men's Christian Association. Mr. Cooper was waited upon by delegation of some of Lexington's young men and invited to join the local Y. M. C. A. Mr. Cooper a native Kcntuckian, not only accepted the invitation to become a member, but he endorsed the work of one of Lexington's most deserving and com mendable institutions. The demand for Tsnlac, the remark able medicine that is now being intro duced by Mr. Cooper to prove his the ones on health, is now the biggest thing of the kind ever seen in this section. The preparation is nccom ptishing a powerful amount of good among the thousands who suffer from catarrh, stomach, liver and kidney complaints us well as rheumatism. Hundreds of those who have actually used Tanluc talk enthusiastically about the astonishing results they obtained from the medicine. Peter Geiser, living at 412 Clifton avenue, Lexington, said; "While I haven't used an entire bottle of Tanlac so far, yet I consider it the most wonderful medicine I have ever seen. 1 suffered for years with stomach and kidney trouble. I also had headaches, indigestion, and attacks of rheumatism. "My troubles have all disappeared, and I can trace my remarkable improvement to no othtr cause than Tanlac. It is fine." Tanlac can now be obtained in Lancaster from R. E. McRoberts. n EXAGGERATED. possible scarcity of drugs, due to the war in As a matter of precaution the Board Europe. Physicians may have to adapt of Health has caused the schools In their prescriptions to the available Lebanon, the picture show and pool supply; patients will have to be satisfi- rooms to close for the present, as sev ed with what they can get. Druggists cral mild cases of small pox have de will find additional scope for their skill veloped In Marion county. There have in recommending "something just as been wild rumors circulated as to the good." But those who eschew the use sprend of the trouble, but at noon yes of drugs altogether, and mnny physi- terday, Dr. C. B. Kobcrt, of the Boar! cians who are learning toward the uio of Health, stated that there were eight oa other therapeutic measures, will families alfected and six reported fsom doubtless keep calm and regard the the county outside of that city. "famine" with equanimity, even with a certain sardonic amusement. NOW IS THE TIME PRODUCTIVE HOG LOT. The last Issue of the Lancaster RecOUT ord was composed of twelve pages, all filled with good reading matter nnd Himself and Son, He Declares, Hare ads. The edition reflected much credit on the energy nnd capabilities of R. I Betn Greatly Helped By Andes. Elkln, and we congratulate him upon Catarrhal Condition is QtMly its completo success. -- Danville Messenger. BOX Omcome. (Advertisement.) Among the many statements receiv- Mr. N. J. Gosncy, of Marksbury, who tins the beam at 320 pounds, and with a heart as big as his avoldupois. has outstripped all the Garrard county farmers when it comes to raiting tobsc ce that produces the pounds. In a hog lot near his home, containing four and one half acres of measured land, he raised 13.300 pounds of tobacco, or an average of 2969 pounds to the acre, This entire crop was sold on the Dan ville Tobacco Warehouse breaks, and was brought there through the solicita tion of Mr. C. W. Anderson, of this city, and sold for an average of ten cents from the ground up. Mr. T. G. Durham was the tenant that was interested with Mr Gosney and justly claims a share of the honors for this bumper crop. The four and one half acres realized $1,336 or an average of $290.90 an acre. PHEASANTS FOR GARRARD. Mr. John Farra has received a letter from J. Quincy Ward stating the the Game and Fish Commission has secured H. Clay KaufTman. The Panama-Pacifi- c , FORMER International exposition. In celebration of one of the world's greatest achievements, the com. pletion of the Panama canal, has been opened. A stately city of palaces has been built, and the biggest show of the century will soon be In full blast niotwitnsianaing tne European war that la in progress, 41 foreign nations are participating in this wonderful enterprise with pavilions and displays, Forty-thre- e states and three territories of the American union will have their buildings and exhibits in the city of palaces and splendor. This is the first great exposition to open on time and, it Is said, the first to be built within it's budget. According to the world's best critics. the most beautiful display of architecture, horticulture and natural setting are embodied in this consummation of art, science and ingenuity. All eyes will now be focused on the city of the golden gate, all roads will lead to San Francisco and all thoughts will turn to the Pacific slope. California with its Panama-Pacifi- c and San Diego expositions will be the Mecca to which all our American tourists will journey, The thousands and thousands of our people who have heretofore sought pleasure and recreation abroad will be compelled to confine their itineraries to their own country this year on account of the great European upheaval. It will be a good thing for these globe trotters who have failed to "see America first." They ought tobecome acquainted with their own country, where there is so much of the majestic and beautiful, the equal of which is not to be found any other place in the world. "AH accounts agree as to the great ness and beauty of the show at the Golden Gate. Reports of the first-daattendance run sufficiently close to gether to prove. . that the record of 176, 453 admissions established at the St, Louis World's Fair in 1904 has Deen surpassed Dy an amazing count has oerhapa been doubled. y BANDIT. Frank James, one of the last surviv ing members of the notorious James gang, died on his farm in Mo. last week years James, who was seventy-fou- r old, had been in ill health for several months and was stricken with apoplexy. One of the last members of the notorious robber band whose unparalleled career of crime during the Civil war. and the unsettled period following, kept the people in a dozen states in terror. Frank James had been living a life of a quiet farmer more than thirty years. Son of a minister and respected throughout the community, Frank James joined Quantrill's Guerillas in the Civil war, and together with his brother. Jess, took part in sacking Lawrence, Kansas. When the war ended they were hunt ed far and wide by relatives of those who had met death at their hands. Driven here and there they soon be came outlaws. Among tne ueeus tne James gang committedd in Kentucky were: Looting the Russellville Bank in 1768 for $17,000 and a robbery of a bank at Columbia in 1872, in which R. A. G. Maitim, cashier, was killed. HEALTH, REMARKABLE STREETS. shipment of English Pheasants from one of the largest es tates in England, and these birds will be shipped from Liverpool in a few days and should arrive in Philadelphia Upon arrival in about three weeks. they will be examined by a representa tive of the U. S. Government, and if the birds show no disease, they will be forwarded by Express to each county in the State. Our information is. that these birds are shipped fifteen birds to each crate 5 males and 10 females and one of these crates will be shipped to Mr. tarra for liberation in Garrard Ring-Neck The highest street in the world is Main street, in Denver; the richest is Fifth avenue, in New York City; the widest is Market street, Philadelphia, and the shortest is the Rue Bfe, in Paris. The dirtiest are in Lancaster, Co. Mr. Farra is aBked not to agree to liberate these birds upon any man's Ky. VIOLIN STUDIO Mr. Chas. Schemmel will open a violin studio In Lancaster, and in this weeks issue of the Record appears his announcement. So much has been said laws. by the music loving Lancastrians in commendation of Mr. Schemmel that THE BARGAIN AUTO. it seems superfluous to add anything to the already overwhelming praise We see In the Louisville papers that that has been lavished upon him. a $295 automobile is to be put upon the property until the owner or occupant thereof assures him that every protection will be given them, and gives him every assurance that they will help him obtain information to secure the arrest and conviction of any person who destroys or molests them, and he Is asked to call their attention to the fact that this particular bird is protected by Statutes, Section 1944c, pages 25 and 26. pamphlet containing game and fish NEW SCIENCE OF AGRONOMY. is supposed to know the botanical name of what he's raisin' an' AND RECREATION. the entomological name of the insect It you had a million dollars to spend that eats it, an' the pharmaceutical will kill it, for the health and happiness of your names of the chemical that boy or girl you could not get more for someboda's got to pay." such an expenditure than would accrue from the purchase of a Shetland Pony. GRANDMOTHER'S The foice of this conclusion was fully demonstrated by the remark of a LINEN CHEST. wealthy manufacturer who had millions to spend if he desired, but who declar "I like everything that's old, old ed tnai an investment or illA), in a friends, old times, old manners, old Shetland pony had given his child more books, old wine". And If the renowned Goldsmith were real pleasure and happiness, combined with perfect health than he could have here today he would doubtless add to purchased with a thousand times the his list of the good and the true the magic name, old furniture. investment in other channels. It is a Health, pleasure and happiness were nsme to conjure with, a name at whose not only vouchsaved, but he declared shrine devotees from east and west, that the sturdy health had supplanted from north and south, worship and like The Anderson News has the follow a delicate constitution, a change which all fanatics they willingly pay the price Idg to Bay which we heartily endorse he directly r attributed to the the cause demands in sacrifice and and a rule we have always observed in exercise which the pony and vehicle hardship. regard to the matter. invited and exacted. The world is tired of the new, the "ihe Anderson News has never ut Neither are bodily health and strength gaudy, the false, and after all we be' tered one word, nor will it ever do so, the only advantages accruing. There gin to think that our old colonial an. which would lend humiliation or pain is that greater advantage the minds cestors knew more than we do about to the good name of the family of growth and development, invited and some things, particularly furniture. Cot. Llllard, or his excellent sisters and invigoiated by occupation, by and fur out door We like the lines, no klnspeopte who reside in this county, life, by gratification and contentment, bejows.as it were, and then there's solid sincerely regrets the attack of Sena Building of body and mind under such comfort and durability, and another It lor w. J. aione, ox Missouri, by way condition is likewise buildingcharacter, thing In this day of the newly rich we of illustration, In the Senate last week, and character building is building for like a little history, it gives the family concerning the vote of Col. Llllard in eternity. setting a charm, a glow all its own, the Senatorial race of 1903 with that of These are the basis principles which an heirloom brought by grandfather the Ship Purchase Bill at present in induced the Leading Business men of when he came thru from Virginia, an regard to the seven democrats, who Lancaster to participate In the Pony old cherry chest that was greatgrand are opposing its passage. The attack Contest, in which a first class Shetland mother's dowry as a bride with its was unwarranted, unstatesman-like- , Pony, vehicle and handsome set of snowy linens woven at the family looms. undignified, ungentlemanly and com. Harness are to be given away, to the And then those stitches unmatched pletely showed the narrowness and most energetic boy or girl of this com- today and belonging to the age when imallness of the Senator who represents munity. needlework was a fine art, today a lost the great State of Missouri in the It is now up to fathers, mothers, art. Itwas the time when women were United States Senate. A Senator, aunts and uncles to rally to the calls of the homemakers,not the moneymakers, who would so forget, the high station the energetic children and in so doing before the time when women vied with his lofty office to slander the dead encourage theii favorite child in his or the men in the marts of the world that iilwmiliate the living the broken her effort to win the hondsome outfit grandmother wove the story of her love nvwn tsiri rniuiren ami mTra in which is the chief desire of every and her hopes as she sat at the loom of their ink hour of sorrow and great child's life. life. Her story is written.the book is amicuen, te unworthy the station he Look for the full page ad appearing closed, the tired hands forever folded on occupies. in this is3U, then enroll your favorite her peacetul breast, but the little old The t Wider tie t Wood and marriage child at all the places of business men chest that siU in theeave of the garret re greater than the Mere suffrage of tioned therein, be sure to ask for post tells tbe storjof the perseverance, the any man, or aet of men. God only card which will greatly assist in endurance, the sturdiness, and the knows in lilt infinite mercy ' the great winning. ambition that entered into the fibre of humllation and pain that these good the sons, the grandsons, and the great women Md kmspeople have tuffcted Nine or ten rooms to rent. Call and grandsons and made of them the statesoy most unfortunate afflictions In the see tne. Would like to sell you a Suit men, the heroic soldiers, and the men past, and why any man, or aet ot men, or clean and press your clothes for 12. of business that move tbe levers of the want to continue to pour out .their per month. Join the Club. nation to day, at whose touch the wrath against their dead, we are no Will Davis. Tailor, world has swung forward a cycle In its We to see." Red brick bouse, Danville St. revolution. lt.pd. a farmer out-doofril-fra- PLEASURE "Farm products cost more than they used to." "Yes," replied the farmer. "When market. It aims at cutting under the established cheap automobiles' and the cycle cars, which are not as yet of establishing popularity. Why 'shouldn't there be a $195 au tomobile? It costs much less to make some of those now selling for twice that sum. It costs more to make a good handmade buggy than it costs to make any one of the several kinds of motor runabouts' A liuggv is always much better than "a cheap factory job." as the factory-mad- e buggy is called. All automobiles are "factory jobs." It is due to the makers to say that few are as badly made as many cheap buggies. But all are made at small expense. It has been stated, and is doubtless true, that the actual cost of a $500 automobile is ab 'Ut $175. If that is true why should not a modest, yet durable and practical machine sell for less than $300? . The day of the "poor man's car" seems ut hand. Already there are machines of proved usefulness which, all things considered, can be afforded by anyone who can afford u good horse and a good buggy. hand-made BALL CONTEST Last Tuesday nleht at the box ball alley an Interesting contest between, T. J. Price. Harry Rainy. Joe II. West and Stanley Hcrron on one side, ami a team from Stanford composed of II. L. Bally. Geo. Burdett, Ed Brady and W. II. Overstreet on the other side, TO SWAT THE FLY. resulted in four camel brine tilnved. Uncle Sam is waging a relentless each side winning two. war on the deadly housefly and in a late bulletin prepared by the Depart- MR. JOHN GREENLEAF ILL ment of Agriculture, valuable informaMr. John Greenteaf, who for many tion is given on the best means of combating this deadly pest. The most ef- years has lived in Richmond, but who fective way of exterminating the fly, was born and reared in Lancaster, susaccording to the bulletin, Is to eradicate tained a slight stroke of paralysis Monhis breeding places. The breeding sea day morning. His sister, Mrs. Emma son of the fly begins early in March Kautfman, hastened to his bedside and and continues throughout the spring at this time he Is resting well and his and summer months. All dirt should friends, here in his old home, are hopbe removed from the premises, stables ing for a speedy recovery. cleaned and decaying vegetables destroyed. OUR RIGHTS ON THE SEAS Tbe fly has rightiy betn called the President Wilson has stoutly affirm undertaker's traveling salesman and in addition to his regular line of "typhoid ed the fundamental principle that no bugs", he carries a side line of tuber- power can close the high seas to neuHe has firmly declar, commerce. culosis, Asiatic Cholera and other dis tral germs. Now is the time to "swat ed that though the belligerents may ease work havoc against one another, no the fly". warship can attack a neutral American vessel without being held to strict SOME CIGARET FIGURES. accountability for commiting n hostile The "Hopeless Handicap" which act against the American flag, and puts on our youth American lives. This is perfectly simple, and it is impels Mr. C. W. Baines to ask in the Sunday Philadelphia School Times the international law which is beyond whether it is not "about time that our question. Sunday school leaders were beginning to sound the warning" against this NOTICE habit. With its "attendant evils, the Pursuant to a judgement of the Gar saloon and vice"' he says, it is "sap- rard Circuit Court, in the case of Alping the mental and moral itamina of bert Huffman's Atfmr. etc vs. Albert America's young men, gnawing at the Huffman s heirs etc. the undersigned commissioner will at the Court House very vitals of their physical on Saturday, Lancaster. Teachers throughout the country, we door in 13th 1915, atKy., o'clock P. M., two March read, recognize in the cigaret "the rent the lands belonging to the estate school's deadliest foe, and confess of the late Albert llulfman in Garrard without reservation that they find it County Kv., on the waters of Sugar he lived, Creek, practically impossible to educate a aLout ICSwhere on the termscontaining acres, set out g boy." Nor has the in the orders of the Court In this case. writer any toleration of the statement. The renter will give bond with good as fallacious as it is prevalent," thai surety for said rent, without Interest, Said rental be while cigareta may be harmful to boys. due January 1st 1916. ing tor the rest or the year lyjo. they do not Injure young men. He W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C, cites fiom the records of Harvard University the fact that "for fifty years not one tobacco user has stood at tne head of his class, altho five out of six (83 per cent.) Harvard students used the weed." On the whole, ac corping to the writer, cigarets hurt in some way "every one who smokes them," and he is dismayed to find th nauu on tne increase, as one may judge from the government report which shows that in 1913 "we consum ed the amazing number of I4,530,43G, 200" cigarets. "an increase of 2,166, 633, 708 over the previous 'banner cigaret year.' " cigaret-smokitig cigaret-smokin- ed regarding the preparation that Is accomplishing such wonderful results all over Kentucky, nono Is more Interesting thsn the one given by U A. Jones, a farmer, living In Franklin county near Frankfort. He said: "Andes Prescription is to much better than I had exacted that I take pleasure In saying that it Is n In fact, It '.is good medicine, the best thing, and the only medicine I have ever found that would help me. I have been a great sufferer from catarrh f o r a number o f years. 1 had all symptoms such as fullness of the head of morn ings, hawking and spitting up mucous matter and was sick at my stomach after eating. My son had about the same thing only worse Wo tried everything that was mentioned to us as being good for catarrh, but nothing helped us until we got Andes Prescription. It seemed to touch our ailment directly, and besides overcoming our catarrhal condition it has been like a general tonic for our entire systett. We both have been helped ami I am glad to add my endorsement to such a the medicine." Andes Great Prescription and Oil sold in Is by R. K. McRoberts Drug Store. at Jackson, Ilru. Pollitt ri'orts a great meeting many have been saved, and believers sanctified. Several added to the church while there was preaching, three, Sunday night ct the other churches, fully 100 people turned away Bro. from the Methodist church. Pollitt will be at home Friday, and will fill bis pulpit Sunday morning and night. GOOD SELECTION Col. M. D. Hughes, is just in receipt of a commission from Gov. McCreary appointing him a delegate to the annual convention of the Southern Commercial Congress, to be held at Muskogee, Oklahoma, the last week in April. Tbe selection is a good one and Col. Hughes Is proud of his commission and will likely attend. INTERESTING LETTER. following Interesting letter was received from one of our Lancaster boys, for whom we predict a bright future. He has the pluck, good sense and energy that are sure to win any where. Detroit, U. S. A. Feb. 24. 1915, 306, Cameron, Ave, the 'mrm Deal Mr. Elkin:- No doubt you have forgotten by now that I am even on the globe. 1 am enclosing one dollar, (post office money order) for the Central Record for year 1915. Wish you also kindly change address of same from 101 Milwaukee East to 306 Cameron ave. We certainly enjoy the Record and look forward to its coming. Wo are quite busy these days, Mrs Bastin has a class in Sunday School and I am assistant superintendent of VIOLIN TEACHER. Prof. Charles Schemmel Violinist and Composer. HEMP IN STRONG DEMAND. m, it, the farmorf have ceased to worry over this crop, as it takes the full year to prepare it for the market from the time the seed is sown. Garrard county hemp is sold all over g the world. A machine is tbe only piece of farm machinery that has never been perfected by the inventor, and this is one of the chief reasons for the discontinuance of the crop in the Bluegrass. Hemp aids the soil, while tobacco sets It back two years. This year buyers have olfered $8 for the 1915 crop, and as a result there will be several hundred more acres grown the present year. With good season, growers claim that if $8 can be secured the crop can be grown profitably, and many of them will give up tobacco and plant more hemp. Messrs Jim House and Uave Dud- derar last year put in 150 acres which will average one thousand pounds to the acre. They sold it last year for 7i cents to Hudson and Hughes. It is estimated this crop will bring $11,000, showing Garrard leads in hemp as well as tobacco. On account of the war in the European countries hemp went to $9 per hundred pounds this season, and Garrard Co., was not represented by as large a per cent of this as it should have been. On account of the difficulty in securing competent hands fo break the same. I have a real good position now at Dodge Bros. Have charge of th Electric supply stock room, second floor indicated by arrow above. Am working for and am expecting a transfer to the purchasing department at Muin office some time in the spring. There aro six thousand working in the entire plant, three or four hundred women, the rest men. Now turning out one hundred Auto's daily. Expect to be working eight thousand people by May 1st and to turn out just double the number of cars. Even at present nlmojt every part of the cor is made at the plant. Within two years time they expect to be making every part, including spark plugs, lamp bulbs, tires, speedometers, starting and light ing generator and storage battery. A new four floor addition seventy one thousand feet will be begun next month. The factory is located in tbe out skirts of the city and the firm owns about two hundJed and fifty acres of land around them so they can expand at will. How are the dear Lancaster people feeling over the war situation. Give our regards to Mrs. Elkln and all the Record force. Remember us to Bro, Tinder. With best regards I am. Your Friend, Clinton Bastin. indigestion and tbe distressed feeling which always coca with it can, be promptly relieved by taking a Leader of Rex Theatre Orchestra Has opened Studio, Pupils Limited, Enroll Now. PIANO TUNER. He Is also an Expert Piano Tuner,' Factory Man. Acton Repairing, Cleaning, Oiling, Regulating and Voicing. Can soften or make brilliant, the tone of your Piano. Guarantees all work satisfactory, rates rea sonable. If you are interested, call him up. Phone 160 or write P. O. Box 314. Studio at Gulley House, Dan- ville Street, Lancaster, Ky. FEED INTERNATIONAL Stock Food This is the season when it is but that There Is No Question , most needed. Wore aodaiter each meal. R. E. McRoberts 25abox McRoberts Drug1 Store The Central Record, Thursday Men 4 1915. THESE ATTRACTIVE Page 5 WE SPECIALIZE ON PRETTY BUY HERE And Secure AM ! 5 1"! NEW SPUING READY MADE PONY COUPONS for MODELS have jus! arrived SUITS. and COATS at SEE THEM. Headquarters for Genuine OLIVER, SYRACUSE AND JOHN DEERE Your Favorite. Popular Prices. Steel Plows, best plows made, jno. Deere and Oliver Sulky Plows VULCAN PLOWS at Cost. Manure Spreaders at cost. Buggies at attractive prices. Gossip About People V"V?N A Brlcl Mention of the Comlnji and Oolnji by Thou Wt Art InUruttd In. Mrs. fluyden Heavell entertained at n six o'clock dinner Tuesday in honor of the Misses Puree II and Miss Melvin, SCHOOL NOTES. I FARMER'S COLUMN Miss Mury Arnold will leave Tuesday for a stny in Corbin. Miss Sarah Daniels of l'aris is th guest of Mrs. John M. Mount. Dr. J. II. Kinnaird was in Lincoln Sunday afternoon making a professional call. M. I). Hughes has been in Louisville for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Percy Noland. Horace Walker has Louisville after a visit J. E. Mount, Son & Co. Latest Creations - returned to to Lancaster relatives. Miss Jennie Duncan has been with her sister Mrs. Charlotte Warren of Stanford. Miss Christine Sanders was hostess at a party in celebration of her 16th birthday. Mrs. Nell Falor of St. Louis, will arrive shortly to trim for Mrs. Joseph L. Francis. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Wilson, of Rich- mond have been visiting theirdaughter Mrs. L. N. Miller. Miss Joan Mount is at home after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs. T. M. . Wilson of Howling Green. Miss Eunice I'rather has returned from a visit to friends and relatives in Itichmond and Lexington. Miss Jeno V. Young of Lexington will arrive the last of the week for u visit to Miss Lillian Cochran. Mrs. Richard iluckner Spindle of Norfalk, Va., is here visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Mc Roberta. Reverend and Mrs. C. S. Ellis of Paint Lick were guests on Tuesday of Reverend and Mrs. J. W. Iteagle. Miss Nells England of Atlanta camo Tuesday for a visit to her grand parents Mr. and Mrs, Jack Adams. Mrs. Wm. Sebastain and daughter Miss Pearl of Shvlbyville are guests of Misses llessie and Kunice I'rather, Miss Lillie Mae Sutton entertained u twelve o'clock dinner Tuesday in honor of the Misses I'herigo of Lexing- IT- - IN WALL PAPER Just Received. Harry Anderson Phone No. 5. f Notice! poultry Kaisers at ton. Mrs, John Doner and little daughter, and Mrs. Sarah Maret of Camp Nelson were guests on Sunday of Mrs. Jack Adams. Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup. Canker, icVuCiriTr Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry Jr., are spending the Mrs. 1). C. Sanders and little D. C. week with Mrs. Sanders mother, Mrs. Alex Layto.i of si Mfg. ud GMrMtttd Dy J. Robi. Cramt. Bwditown, Ky. OLD UV Price, 50c l ll BrutJUU. R. E. McRoberts. Druggist, Lancaster. Ky. THE QUEEN OF THE McCrearv. Mrs. Maria Kirby and Miss Katie Kinnaird are in Louisville to see their sister Miss Lillian, who is recuperating after an illness. Mrs. Hugh Hemphill of Nicholasvjlle and sister Mrs. James II. Arnold are expected this week for u visit to Lancaster relatives. Jnhiiritnn hu been on h Mm. protracted visit to her brother in Florida was with Lancaster friends Saturday. d, Kitchen r a. if' will tell you that It Is just as essential to have GOOD Coal as it Is to have good things to cook with in preparing a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of good coal at a fair price. 111 Mr. W. F. Chamu cashier of the Citizen's National Hank has purchased a handsome Maxwell touring car of II. C. Carpenter of Stanford. Mr. Alex West and daughter Mrs. Henley V, Hastin and children have returned from u visit to Mrs. Charles F. Denman of Nlcholasville. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Josenh have returned from Cincinnati and other markets where they secured an unusually handsome line of dry goods. Campbell and little daughter Martha Louise Campbell were guests op Wednesday of Mrs, Campbell' mother Mrs. Joanna Hall, Miss Margaret Englemanof Uraddock North Dakota, who it visiting Mrs. John Bonr at Camp Nelson, will leave shortly for a visit to friends in Louis- ylvllle and Shelby ville. Mr. and Mrs. Bohon Lancaster Lumber & Man'f 'g Go (By Wm. F. Miller.i i Mrs. William R. Cook is in Louisvjlle this week for a two weeks stay with and Mrs. S. C. dpace below ihl. bracing la (oi the eiclU' Mrs. W. S. Carrier Mrs. Theo Winlersmith and Mrs. ire u.e of our farmer .nb.crlbera. and ll for Denny visited our school Friday morn Sprague. the aalu oi atock, gialn and anch thing ou ing. farm a. Ihe farmer cannot afford to adver Mrs. John Williams who has been Miss Webbs music class, delightfully tf.e. No notice, will ue accepted over four under treatment at the Gibson hospital school Friday morning line., and will beouljrtu two laauea of tha the in Itichmond t.ns returned home, but entertained tcoan, free of charge 8:30 to 3 o'clock. continues quite ill at her home on Dan- from Bro. Tinder visited and conducted FOR SALE:-good Poland china ville street. the Devotional exercises at our school boar. Odus Naylor. The Misses I'urcell of Somerset and last Thursday and Friday. Katie Melvins of Crab Orchard have one dozen good hemp For Mr. Caneer returned from Cincinnati returned home after a two weeks visit R. K. Speaks, Lancaster K 2. Friday after a weeks visit there at the brakes. to Mrs. Hayden Leavell. Educational Meeting held in that city. FOR SALE:-On3 and one 2 year Editor E. C. Walton and Shelton evening the boys of the old mules. Monday J. W. Royston, M. Saufley, together with Mrs. Saufley High assembled School in the Marksbury, Ky. and Miss I.ucile Walton, made a short Auditorium for the purpose of electing to our city last evening. FOR SALE:-Sigood hemp brakes. visit Captain, Manager and Treasurer of the Mrs. RebeccaJ. West. Mr. J. L. West, now representing ensuing Base Hall Team. The follow the Western Refinery Co, is at the ing were elected Capt. J. Sterling James B. Woods, Paint Lick, has Hotel Kengarlan. "Toad" as he is so Herron, Mgr. Billy F. Miller, Tieas. some young mules to loan out. and Bradley B. Bourne. well known among his friends here, is some good baled hav for sale. now making g'od with this firm with rooms in dwelling of For Rent:-Fou- r headquarters now at Memphis. For War. "I should think amateur Mains Mrs. Vina McWhorter, to responsible Friends of Mrs. J. C. Frank will nunters would be very valuable in an parties. sympathize with her in the loss of her army corps." "Why I. B. Shepherd, Paint LIck, Ky. sot" "They get mother, Mrs. Mary Hord, whose death so much practice shooting guides." R. L. Cox. Paint Lick, has for sale occured at Winchester last week. Mrs. Hord was making her home with a & vear old horse. 4 vear old mare. It Will Come Back. good workers, 200 bales hay, 160 barrels her daughter, Mrs. Lee Oden. Algy "When I saw the guards corn at crib. The following ones were in Nlcholas- marching past yesterday, I quite lost ville for the burial of the late Mrs. my head." Dora "Don't worry, Algy. Alice Ilarkley Walker, Mr. W O. It will be no use to anyone. You PAINT LICK Rigney and daughters. Shirty Hudson, are sure to get It back." Mrs. Fred I' Frisbie, and Messrs. A. Miss Mary Walker has returned from K., L, L., and Green Clay Walker. Ancient Manuscripts Read. a two weeks stay in Louisville. Parchment manuscripts nearly eight Miss Mattie Woods of Madison In-- ! Mr. Tom Walker, who has been attending the Normal School here, was hundred years old. from which the Ink stitute, spent the week end with the Saturday, on has faded from view, have bpen read home people. called to Nicholasville, account of the death of his mother, by a Berlin scientist who photoMr. Laban Kirk of Paintsville has graphed them with ultraviolet rays. Mrs. Tom Walker. Miss Ellen Walker ' been the guest of Mr. E. C. McWhor- accompanied him to Nicholasville. ter and family. Richmond Climax. Last Papal Coinage. Misses Beulah and Goldie Cotton and popes gave up their claim to The Cotton, of Rich- -' Issue coinage In 1867, when Plus IX brother, Mr. Jerome week-enguests of minted some few silver lira. Unlike mond were the some of his predecessors he left off his friends here. colnn the representation of the keys Miss Lula McWhorter entertained (Kdlted HrTheWomauaClnbi symbolical of the claims to a Petrlne the members of her Sunday School j class on succession. last Monday at her lovely country home. by A copy of Modern Painting, Radiancy of Unselfishness. Several young people from Lancaster Margaret Steele Anderson, has been Unselfish and noble acts are tha chaperoned by Miss Morris, attended sent the Womans Club Libiary bv the Century Company. This book on most radiant epochs In the biography the entertainment at the school on of souls. When wrought In earliest Fridav evening. modern art has four hundred pages and youth, they lie In the memory of age is most attractive in iU blue cover with like the coral islands, green and sunny, We wish to correct an error that ap--j letters of gilt. There are numerous amidst the mejanclioly waste of ocean. peared in last week's news from this books on modern art, from the small place. The coal business of Burnam Doctor Thomas. hand book to the exhaustive study on and Rucker lias not been purchased by any subject, but it seems that Miss Mr. John Coldiron as was stated, but A Declining Art. a happy medium Anderson has struck "Don't you want jour boy Josh to be is still a part of the firms business. It with her book setting down briefly the a good speller''' jsked the school will be managed by Mr. Roy Estridge. various currents of modern painting. teacher. "I ilunno, ' replied Farmer The entertainments given by the and bringing the laymen to an intelligent Corntossel. About all the notice a Dramatic and Glee Clubs at the School understanding of the movements, and good speller gets nowadays Is beln' Auditorium on Friday and Saturday to decide a significance of modern painting. called on occasionally evenings were highly successful from into 8 i x bet." The book is divided every standpoint. The programs Wire parts. Part one a of varied and showed that great care had t Painting, treating of Modern French Garlic for Wasp Stings. been given each part. The work done g the change in the conception of pai.U-inWith experiments being made to by the Glee Club was splendid, consid- -' brought about UV impressionism, test the efficacy of garlic as a cure for ering they have been organized for with the modern currents well defined. consumptives, it Is Interesting to learn such a" short time, and the piny "Two Part two treats of the basic facts and that another of the medical properties (of a Kind" given on Friday evening general tendencies of Modern German of this plant so little appreciated In . was so highly entertaining that it was PainCng, together with all that is this country Is that a crushed clove repeated by special request on Saturday of garlic Is considered the best remedy worth while in the art of that country. for a wasp sting, if applied directly to evening. Prof. Waterbury deserves ern English Painting Part tho spot. In the French provinces tho much commendation for two such high the nineteenth century types and new curative properties of garlic are well class entertainments. four Modern known In this respect. movements. American Paintingthe form peculiarly MONEY TO LOAN. American illustrated by five Leopard a Wise Animal. Iness, Wyant, Tryon, Martin The leopard maintains its existence Applications received for loans from and Homer, Other forms of American alongside Its far more powerful rivals painting are discussed figure painting. the Hon and tiger by reason of its $1000.00 to $10,000.00, on improved and the idyllist and mural decorators. The greater activity and power of climb- unimproved town property and farm two other divisions are Modern Spanish ing. Often It Is driven from its well lands. Iuterest 8 per cent straight. and Italian Painting and Modern Paint- earned prey by tho brute force of these Interest payable annually or greater cats, but it hat the wise habit Time: one to ten years. Aping in the Lesser Countries. Its meals in plicants for loans will please give desMiss Anderson fully sustains her of storing the remains of weight of meat thus placed reputation as a word painter and poet a tree, the effort being sometimes al cription, location, and valuation of proaloft In one perty offered as security for loan. in this book, for no whero do we most Incredible. State improvements and valuation of find more beautiful language same. The or greater descriptive power. ( England and Ireland. We want County representatives to book is beautifully illustrated thruout. means "Ireland for receive applications for loans, appraise book to ever." We heartily recommend this The Royal Standard was the Womans Club for their next years adopted January 1, 1801, on the union propertp, ind serve as our exclusive representative. Attorney or real esArt study. of Ireland with Great Britain. The Applicants for quarters were representative of tht tate man preferred. loans, and applicants for agencies three countries: England, three lions on a red background In the positively required to furnish at least flrtt and fourth quarters; Scotland, a two character references and forward rampant lion in the second quarter: postage, five 2 cents stamps, for ap will relieve your indigestion. Many and Ireland, a golden barp on a green plication blanks, full particulars, and people in this town have used thesa ' background, in the third quarter. The prompt reply. Write Southern Office. and we have yet to bear of a case where they have f.iiled. We know the for--' lion of Scotland was taken from the Southeastern Mortgage Loan i ooat of arms of Jamts VI. mula. Bold only by ua 25a a box.r Fourth Nat'l Bank Bldg., Atlanta, Gs. R. E. McRobtrts Sale:-Aboa x I I r i YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, For Sale;-- 8 foot extension table. Theo Currey. at this Good buggy for sale cheap. office. and Apply 2t Clover reward. Best grade of Timothy seeds at Marsee's. LOST:-- gold link bracelet, ll Return to this office. For Sale Cheap:-Furoom furniture. It set oak dining Mrs. W. II; "Mason, tf, SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORN EGGS from healthy farm range, winter layers. Fifteen for CO cents one hundred for $3.00 CASH. Erie C. Farra, Lancaster, Ky. Box, 272. If you want a photograth that will represent you as you are we know you We make will like what we make. the latest styles in brown and cepie tones. Besides we have all the latest cards and folders. Just opened Gallery on north side of aquare. C. I. Ogg: 5 1- -2 ptrct-Money- -5 1- -2 per ct. 5 Years 5 Loans made on real estate. If you need cheaper money on long time, see me about it. G. B. Swinebroad, Lancaster, Ky. SWEET CLOVER. The great new fertilizer and equal to alfalfa in hay and pasture. Write for price list of seed and "Free Circular" telling how to grow it. JOHN A. SHEEHAN. R, D. 3, Falmouth, Ky. NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estate of Clyde Ruble, deceased, or claims against the late partnership of Clyde & Clarence Ruble, will prestnt the same properly verified according to law to my attorney, J. E Robinson, Lancaster, Ky., on or before March 1, 1915. land-build- er The Womans Club d J, B. Ruble, Administrator. FARM FOR SALE. Farm containing 90 acres, three miles north of Lancaster on the Lexington pike, well Improved with good stock barn and all necessary out buildings, with never failing springs and splendid young orchard in full bearing. The residence contains ten rooms, with bath and other modern conveniences. This has been mostly in gra for tha past 14 years and is now ready to grow Sixty-fiv- e . acres hemp or tobacco. in bluegrass, the balance In clover and meadow. The desirable location, fertility of the soil, makes this a most desirable home. For further particulars, apply to Alex West, Lancaster Ky. 3 study I three-Mod- Part lands-capist- jCadies: When In Danville, Remem ber The Shop luorf",d their frrect or is rooklwf tfoon-Da- y Specialty con-cha- Lunch Located corner, 3rd. & Main Streets. Dmt'iX, A-- ' KMtKk. -- .1 Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Men 4, 1915. THE GREAT - SHETLAND PONY CONTEST Any child under 16 years of age, who is not a child, grandchild, niece or nephew of any of the following business men, can enroll in this Contest by going to the following business houses and giving them their name and address. These business men will give away a beautiful SHETLAND PONY, VEHICLE and HARNESS to the boy or girl receiving the greatest number of votes. Ask for coupons at these places. Jas. W. Smith HOUSE OF QUALITY. We are Headquarters for Hardware, Best Or Girl c Stoves, MILLINERY MINNIE BROWN Where Lancaster's Dressed Dads Clothe Themselves. mmwdmmmmm x MZMmwMt Buggies and Harness. Implements of every description. Tinning and Plumbing. Farming and Lads Leading 'fashions in Shoes and Oxfords for Men, Women and Chil- agree that fashion and price makes BROWN'S MISS MILLINERY Many Colors, Many Styles. Many People will dren. Shoes that are dependable in every particular, in style and wear. HftSELDEN BROTHERS Buy here and secure Pony Coupons. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. Votes given in the Pony Contest. the most facinating place in town. Danville Street. - Is Wq This Outfit Worth GOING TO PAINT? I mm. and Secure INSURANCE for YOUR WHILE? all in our stock. Dutch Boy White Lead, Old English White Lead. Mastic Mixed Paint. Sherwin Williams Paint are GAINES and you are sure to be Sprii'ii Wnll Papers nrc ready to be shown you. For Floors mid oilier inside . pointing, has no equal. J. leaders in the McRoberts Drag Store Pony Contest. in the Pony Contest. We issue Coupons DAVIDSON & DOTY, Groceries and Meats. Only Grocery and Meat Market in town giving Pony Contest Coupons. If So Get Busy The Contest closes on This store is showing the most beautiful and complete line of Wearing Apparel and Fabrics for Spring in Lancaster. Make our store your headquarters and we will make your shopping a pleasure. Ladies We handle only the TUESDAY, JUNE VALUE OF COUPONS. 1st, 1915. best. Why buy else- where when you can get the best at the same price. Give us the opportunity to prove this. The method of securing coupons is as follows: For every purchase of 5 cents or more or the payment of an account, you are entitled to as many votes as cents in the purchase or account. For example, for SOcts purchase SO votes will be given and for $1.00 purchase, 100 votes and so on. Start Saving Pony Coupons at once. JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. Pony Coupons at our Store. Pony Coupons at our Store. Drs. DENNY 10i) I'ony & DENTISTS. WHEELER l'hone 23 THE Votes given for every dollar paid on new and old accountB. Office over Harry Andersons Furniture Store. CENTRAL RECORD. The HEX THEATRE The House Of Good Photoplays. Big Features every day. "THE PEOPLES NEWSPAPER." Let The Central Record help you win the Pony. We give 1000 votes with each yearly subscription to The Central Record which is $1.00 per year. You are also entitled to votes on advertising and Job Printing at the rate of 100 votes with each $1.00 paid. Post cards and all supplies can be secured at our office. WHAT EVER THE RECORD RECORDS IS WORTH RECORDING i - GOOD MUSIC tion. A clean attractive, well ven tilated Theatre presenting the best in Motion Pictures. Nil" ninhl, Tuesday tliu UUu vvrY also very Trey O Hearts I'ONY COUPONS Excellent projec- ODP 'H8tor Kry WILL UK GIVEN WITH EVERY I'AID ADMISSION. r Ty-y- concerned no child, parent or friends will be allowed to JLv-JClicit votes from our patrons while within the above business houses, or the -- L 1j door ways thereof, as this would be unfair to the contestants who can not avail themselves of this opportunity and unjust to our patrons. This is a Dunlap rule which must be observed. 11 Vr rXP n rness t0 a11 so-X- V TP The Central Record, Thursday Mch 4 1915. 2 in Page 7 Continues to lead the Richmond Market. Here are some of the sales made Conlce & Cates, 4,000, lbs. Coy & Whltlock, 9,745 lbs. Corncllson & Reed, 4,985 6 Klchardson, 4,930 lbs. ay the past few days: Average Average Average Average 473.52 1085.83 532.66 504.54 Average Average Average Average $11.84 $11.15 $10.69 $10.24 Tilden Parish, 4,830 lbs. $ 605.84 Warfield Bennet & Riddell, 1 1,715 lbs. - 1402.55 Hanger 5 Nlkirk, 4,210 lbs. 437.23 M. C. Covington & Derringer, 6,950 lbs. 803.20 $12.56 $11.98 $10.39 $11.53 We are doing this for your friends every week. Let us do it for you this week. the Season after the sale on MARCH I2th. 9 5. 1 1 Our House Closes for Home Richmond, E. C. Million,lPres. T. Tobacco DON'T NEGLECT Warehouse When Pcoplo Ask Us what is good for nerves and lost weight, no always recommend Company. Kentucky. J. Curtis, V-Pr- Dr. C. H. Vaught, Sec If It's Upset YOUR STOMACH. Puts It Right and Ends Distress. E. Deatherage, Treas. a food ITn Emulsion tonic and tissue builder. R. E. McRoberts Biggest In Prices Biggest In Amount Of Sales Biggest In Floor Space. Madison Incorporated. Tobacco $40,000.00 Telephone 221. If vou are one of the thousands who cannot ent n simple muni without its Ijine in the stomach like lead, fermenting and causing painful distress, sour nens nnd ax, do not delay hut Ret at a onceaomc a fimple prescription to he had at any druist's that quickly and effectively endj indigestion and corrects had stomachs. You mutt not nllowyourup.et stomach to ro from had to uorse for there will surelv he longer periods of food fer mentation causing greater agony, more gaa. sick headache, unrefreshmg sleep, I "blue spells," and nervousness. MY BOYHOOD PANTALOONS. (L. P. Hathway) ht as I sit in my cozy den My mind runs back to that old time when I'd just completed a couple of Junes And had been presented with The Allen 34 When you pay 895 for an Allen 34 you get S895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization is strong and permanent. We are in the automobile business to stay. Price, $895 Study the&e facts The Allen 34 hit rn Allen J7 horsepower en- Mother had made them of Pa 'a old pants, Without a pattern and taking a chance they That the things would fit-li- ttle WAREHOUSE Near L. & A. Depot. CAPITAL did, d Dut I was the proudest kid a A few tablet are just what Mv folks had seen for a month of moons you need. Use them freely at the first When I broke out in pantaloons. a sign of distress. not only my old skin itches quickly ends the misery, hut helps to Even When I recall those boyhood breeches; unclog the liver and strengthen the stomach then your food Is properly The cloth was ' jeans," a jlggery stuff digested. That was always stiff and always a rough; is not only inexensive but It. E. Mcltobertf sells it with agree Wherever it rubbed it left its mark-Scar- red up the skin like hickory bark. ment to refund to money if it does not ' give satisfaction- And my little legs were always sore, Decause of the boyhood pants I wore. gine, Wctton-Mo- tt We tteering gear, drirc, floating aile, mohair top and leather upholstery, Warnertraurnisiion and d expand-in- p McCREARY DIRECTORS: E. C. Million E. Deatherage T. It occurs to me now that it gave me pain J. Curtis Dr. C. H. Vaught Marion Coy T. J. Smith J. M. Haden To The Tobacco Growers and The Man Selling It: lloth the Madison and Home Tohacco Warehouses have decided to close this season Friday March We wish now to assure you that the directors nnd owners of the Madison House feel deeply grateIt is the largest in ful for the very liberal patronage you have given us in the season just closing. point of pound that we have ever had. We have sold nearly B.000,000, this we expect to reach before the market closes. The year just closing has in many respects been n very bad one to all concerned. Good crops Tohacco for the moil part h.is lien as vou know of low and damaged and inferior quality. however have never sold higher. Our house which is a very larga one has many times this year been over run and many of our friends have been compelled to go elsewhere for the sale of their erops. Many wagons have come in out of their turn, yet these and many other things were wholly unavoidable with us this year. We have djne as we always have the best we ouU to give eacn and ever one who sold with us, fair and honest treatment, trying all the time to get every cent we could for any crop brought to us. Wo not only hope but earnestly beiieve that you will in the very near future see Itich-mon- d market selling 10.000,000 pounds annually Already one of tho biggest and best In the state and growing every year, selling more this than any previous year. Prices have been low, but we couldn't help this, for they have been low on every market In the state. Our prices as usual will compare honestly with those obtained by any house in Kentucky. We have secured about three pounds of tho famous lien Kelly tohacco seed which wo will be glad 12. When I learned how easy the cloth Mrs. Jennie llroaddus is in Richmond would stain; this wrek. That in spite of all that I could do Miss Miss Ilesfie Sanders visited To keep them clean for a Sunday or Ray recently. j Leota two, Misses Anna nnd nettle rherigo are Something'd happen I'd spill some visiting friends here. juice. Tomato or apple it was no use. Mr. ond Mrs. I:. I.. llurton were in i Those spots would get there all too Lancaster the past week. ' soon Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill visited his And soil mv boyhood pantaloons. mother, Mrs. Holinda Hill. ago I'd freely Hut in gray-haire- d Miss Kate Ham and Mrs. T. Ramsey, trade ' were visitors of J. S. Ham and family. My present pants that were tailor-mad- e Mrs. Fred Neighbors is here visiting hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ii. Bourne. The corduroy kind and the Mr. Creed Simpson of Richmond was with Mr. and W. M. Simpson recently Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Walker and lit- tie daughter motored to Iterea Sunday. Miss I.illio Sutton was in Lancaster of Miss Lillie last week, the gue The kind I've bought in a hundred Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our reputation for eivine the greatest possible value for the price we cet, If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, handtomt car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the Allen 34, carat 895, is the complete answer to your requirements. brakes, 111 -- inch whcelbase, demountable rimi, aluminum crank case and aluminum case, full iquit-m- tt The ., weight cf the car Is txo-lbawhich, with the power of the motor, lusurca economy of operation. and tltctric itarltr. cf tlntric ligtu W. Solid ll.a othar Biodela. lo In nrlea Iron rcnflaf S1J9S. $875 tore road.tara ad two tourtai car, Factory RepreaentatiTca 'far Southern Ohio, adjacent West Virginia Territory, Southern Indiana anil entire State of Kentucky. Dealers t Write or wire for agency proposition Kenton Motors Co. 2lc.Ssnr, Ityli, finiih, fvwtr, tfntmy if tftralitn, tjuifmtnl, strxtttahlt qualititi and frier, Allin can tail tki had RSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR CO in co FAST WINTER SERVICE TO 73 CO Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Forbes were guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. ' Elisha Forbes. Miss Beksie I.aj ton has been visiting her sister Mrs. L. T. Uradshaw In Madison county. Margaret, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Uradshaw. has been very ill of pneumonia, Mrs. Ed Simpson ami little son were recent visitors of her sister, Mrs. J. S. towns I'd give them all and much For the principal part of suit That I got at the end of a Junes OhI I love them yet those r- 73 C3 to boot that w coat-les- s en couple of SI S' 73 co 73 FLORIDA Via 73 m 73 CO 73 73 s - pantaloons. in To The Housewife. m 73 CO SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the. South "ST LOUIS SPECIAL" equipped train; through Drawing-rooPullman Sleeping Cars to Ashevillo and Jacksonville. High-class.ste- el m inn 739 CbS' to give our friends free who will call for them. Now finally we want once again to thank you and wc mean this for everybody who with us, visited with us or wished us success, and to those who sold elsewhere we wil be back with us next yerr. Two weeks more our House will be open for tobacco and we market will dose strong an 1 high. Sold W. C. Koss crop lot yesterday C95 pounds at $17,40 per hundred. Any time, spring, summer, fall or, winter that any of us can be of commend us, we will do the rest. We are sincerely and gratefully yours, have ever sold glad to see you know that the on uverage of service to you Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated Madam, if your husband is like most men he expects you to look after the health of yourself and children. Coughs and colds are the most common of the minor ailments and are most likely to A child is lead to serious diseases. much more likely to contract diphtheria or scarlet fever when it has a cold. If (lilnert at Lancaster. you will inquire Into the merits of the Mrs. S. A. Hill entertained at an various remedies that are recommend elaborate dinner Sunday in honor of the ed for coughs and colds you will find that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Misses Phrigoof Lexington. stands high in tho estimation of people who use It. It is prompt and effectual, pleasant and safe to take, which are QUICKLY HELP COMES qualities especially to be desired when a medicine is intended for children, tor When llyomei Is Used For Head Colds, sale by all dealers. Catarrh or Croup. PATRONIZING HOME TALENT. poll 73 in 73 73 73 in m in 73 tn 73 STEEL COACHES NEW DINING CAR SERVICE All Electric Lighted r 1 in Aiken Other Famous Southern Resorts Augusta Charleston Columbia Savannah Summerville 73 RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. RAT CORN IT TSGKETS SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO FLORIDA-CUBA-NE- W When your head is allsstulTedup causing you dull headaches, diflicult snltlling, are you teel generally miserable, there is nothing quite equal to Hyomei tu give quick, ly effective and lasting benefit vet harmless, simple to use and in- col For information as to schedules, fares and through sleeping car service communicatee with your local agent, it U. II. TODD. District I'mirnijcr Aijent .MnrLs Bulldlntj. Louisville, Ky. in Very Low Homeseekera' Fares Winter Tourist 73 Excursion Fares Stopover and other special features. to 73 M CO CO ORLEANS It Mummifies Them. Harmless to human beings or live stock. Hid your place of these pest without smell or danger. Order a can today. Prices 50c and $1.00 ran, 6 pound pail 15.00. Postage paid. Rat Corn la guaranteed to do all we say W. B. NELSON, Lnisttoa, Ky. AND TO ALL. OTHER RESORTS OF THE SOUTH- TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. L1DERAL RETURN LIMIT. PRIVILEGES. FAVORABLE STOP-OVE- R EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED i For Particulars Apply to Any Ticket Agent or Addrsts H. C. 101 KING, Pass'r ad Ticket Agent Et Main St., Uxlnc ton, Ky. expensive. To get quick and certain relief from catarrh or a cold it is most Important that the mecication goes directly to the Intlamed tissue lining the air passages. That's the Hyomei method. Just put a few drop of antiseptic Hyomei in the Inhaler that comes with every complete outfit, and breathe it you will feel better at once. It clears tho head quickly relieves the tightness n the chest and that choked-u- p feeling, all disagreeable nasal discharges, watery eyes and dut leadaches surely cease. So certain Is R. E. McRoberU uf the curative power of Hyomei for catarrh, croup asthma, and similar diseases, that he sells It on the plan. During it court trial at Georgetown it was necessary to send to Crab Or chard to et expert testimony on In Klizabethtown we could ' alcoholism. ave trouble and exense by conform-- ) and just ine to that principle of patronizing nome talent. Eliiauethtown News. When it comes to testimony on al- cobolism we take olT our bat to C. O. That is a case where home talent need J n't esmpete. For the Stomach and Liver. lint rsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsr" Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his nama famous all over the United States and CaW. CnmnonJ rJ Roots. Herbs. Barks and Berries, For treatment of llu)an Diseases. Funlcy's Indian IIcita-43 "I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. t., writes: "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets for disorders of the stomach and liver oft and on for the past five years, and It affords me pleasure to state that I have found them to be just as represented. They aro mild In their action and the results have been satisFor factory. I value them hlj;hly," sale by all dealers. Pays' Treatment, 1 Dakota Jack's ComboyUnlment Dakota Jack's Crttna Soap, Price 0, r3 tt .00 2S 2S bais ,OX ON SAU AT Of PURSLKY'S INDIAN HERBS ONK3IN4T0N DAKOTA JACK Tb MwthwtKctn Co.buy C. C & J.L Sterae, aadR. L McXKWtt- - 1 PageWJ GARNET. LOYAL TO HIS Attorney The Central Record, Thursday Men 4 1915. TOM RHEA COMES OUT FOR AUDITOR DUTIES Rhlp upcm any trjltlmat Industry. This bonrrf, with my active assistance. In th last three years, has Increased the franchise; valuations upon nil the rorport Urns of tha state from tl4,0vO,O0 to tm.OOO.r.oO; and four of the largtat rail- General Not In Race Seeks Nomination on "Strong and Worthy" Democratic Ticket. (or Gubernatorial Nomination, LOOKED UPON AS CANDIDATE RECORD AS ASSESSING OFFICER In Letter to Editor of Adair County News, Ht Declare That Participation In Primary Would Result In Neglect of Preeent Office la Recipi ent of Many Complimentary Notice Prom Kentucky Press. I asking me to mak th nice for governor, with the pledge of the support rt( your valuable paper amlth' support of a gmat section of the mate, which plac me under a still deeper sen of cratl tude to rou and my, other frlenda In that section. 1 have received many letter from different parts of the state, and orr.e from members of both th opposing- - political parties, taking me to make thin nice. t realize that the governorship of this proud commonwealth la an honor any man could covet, and I have given tht matter much consideration. Should 1 make, tha race It ould he nerery for U"1!---- -. $- me to neglect the' duties of the office 1 now hold, and the expanse of a camprtlgti uch as would have to he waged would be far In eicani of my financial resources. For tjiea reaaona t am that 1 ehould not become a can didate, but that I KhouM devote my entire time to the dlachar of the duties asalgned to the office of attorney gen ral, and at the cIom of my term return practice of t Itthe active my pleasure my rrofeelon.to f shall be at all time 4a what I can In my feeble way for the advancement of our state, and In the future, as In tha pat, I ahall be ready to aBBBBBBBBBBBBBHfcBW-fgive my services to tha party hlch liai honored me, and It will be a special pleasure, for me fo aervt you and my ther frlenda who have been to loyal and true to me. With the kindest regarda and best wlahes I am. Yours very truly. JAMES QAItNKTT. Commenting upon General Garnett's decision not to make the race for governor. Editor Harris haa the following Attorney General Jamei Qarnctt of Adair county, who for year or more hat been regarded a an alraoit cer tain entry la the racr for the Demo cratic nomination for governor In the August, 1815, state primary, hat notified his friend that hi will not seek that honor. General Garnett baie hi declination to make the race upon thj fact that the duties of his present office require his entire attention, and that he would have to neglect that office to make a campaign, and also npoa the expense that would be incident to such campaign. At the close of his res ent term of office, General Garnett will resume the practice of the law. He saya it shall bo bis pleasure to at all times do what he can to tuither the cause of the Democratic natty. The declaration of General tU.nett that be will not be a candidate for governor was mad In a letter to Editor C. S. Harris of the "Adair County News, his home newspaper, in villi h he says: 1 have your vrry Mnd furor of the lt! troversy With HI Detractor wim prid to Manner In Present Administration of urer Office Ha Overcome Inherited From Republican Reviewed In Refutlno Reekie Charge of Favoritism Toward Big Corporate Interests Made by Owsley Stanley Will Not Enter Into Con- Points Which TreasDeficit Prede-oeeso- Thomas 8. Rhea of Logan co'inty, present atate treasurer of Kcnficky and late ciir.irman of the Democratic state campaign committee, tcday makes announcement of his candidacy for his party' nomination, in the August primary election, for the tifflco of auditor of public accounts. In entering the rare Mr. Rhea presents to th voters a brief review of his iotirse as a member of the state board of valuation and assessment, the franchise tax board of the state, shewing that that body has by unanimous action materially increased the assessment of all the large public service corporations, refuting' the reckless charges made by Congressman Owsley Stanley that the board had been Influenced in behalf of the corporations. Mr. Rhea also reviews his course la the management of the stite's assessments were collection and Into the federal courts, where the cases nre now The favorable settlement I for n decision, , of these rusea In the courts together with ur large increases ironi ninrr corporations which nre not contested, means urcat boon to the taxpayers and n most valuable Incrrnse In our revenues. In the four yenr of the present administration the lncrense of revenues from the of those corporation, whli-have not rontrstf-all! Increases, amount to a sum to the state far In excess of $1,000,00'): and the Increase of revenue from the .ime source to the counties, cities, towns and school districts of th stAte will amount to alinut It.o0",000 for the same period. Should the courts sustain the action of the hoard In the rnlys mid upon the four railroad companies I have referred to. It would add atimit ft.000.'00 more revenue to th state and about 11,000,000 more to the counties, cltlc, town and school districts In the turns four years. Explain Single Attack. Notwithstanding my well known record upon the baaird In these matters snd my efforts to serve the best Interests of the people by placing a larger and a Just of taxation upon tho corporations, one man alone In all the state has undertaken to criticise me about the work of the board, and to reflect upon my conduct In connection with It. Mr. A. O. Stanley, some time ago. In announcing himself as a candidate for the nomination for governor, with his usual disregard for the truth, made an. attack upon me and sought to create the Impression that the corporations had been tor, favorably treated by the board, and that I and other gentlemen he mentioned had In some way been responsible for It. The record and tho facts completely disprove hlfl Insinuation or charges, and show that no franchise board In the his tory of Kentucky ever made such large Increase In the asaenment of corporation. Mr. Stanley can hanlly plend Ignorance of these facts, because they have-beediscussed In tho press and tho courts of tbs- - state a great deal In the two or thrve.yenrs. I am not a canlast didate for the same office that he Is seeking, nor do I propose to descend Into a controversy with him and would not now mention him except for his wunton attack upon me. The people of Kentucky have learned to know htm a a man utterly reckless and unreliable In lit statement or In his charges against other men. The only criticisms that have ever been made about the work of this board have come from those who havi complained that we have raised the the- rarrled the question road companies, who raised, have enjoined I If Sail N...ITIN il s th: hekct. y . ! The Best Women's Suits You Ever Saw at moderate prices Wooltex, of course "SPji)Y tf""s?fc opcckl r."''.r, nation with xh manufacturers of Woo hex tailored iricriio vvc have been abio to assemble this remarkabb collection. The mccLb are wonderfully hanchom?, and in great variety. The materials arc the popular gnbaicaucs, serges, poplins, coverts and checks. The illustration shows just four of the many superb designs. wl:!t u'.-- j t'sat button down on the jacket; 1utlv ciagorv! tr nt; fcw circular sUrt, with trimmed with buttons like trtiil over-yo!:-c, V;15ssHsBsLsLH When you consider th.--.t every materiel h absolutely-- all wool; that ever' fabric haa been selected because of its superior qualities, and iu correctness of style When you examine the liciajjs cf the parment. and realize that every piece of silk i; purr till; When you sec hcv bsautii'ully t'le garments arc made, and arc chovn Vith what care and thoroughness ever scam i; run, and every vital point of tailoring il executed When you try on the garments and tee how , they conform to the figure, and how soft and elegant they feel When you realize the beautiful lines are not bolstered up by s:i.7 canvas, but arc tailored into form which will retain its shapeliness during the life of the garment You will be amazed that garments of such elegance, refinement and general superiority can be bought for such reasonable prices as arc marked on them. editorial: In another column we publish a letter from Attorney General Rarnett In nil h he ststes his renona, In a clear and con else manner, declining to enter the contest for the Democratic nomination for governor. For the la.t year Mr. Oamett has been regarded aa a probable ctndi. dats snd many of hi' frletila In mrlo'M parts of the atate, and particularly In this section, have solicited him to ent T tha fight believing he could win In tht primary, be elected In November and snake a governor who would unflinchingly do til duty to the grent rood of the commonwealth. Ilia eiperlence na the state's chlf lawyer, his knowledge of the true condition .and tendencies of the ilmi- tanked the courage he pnsees, pointed htm .out aa a moat valuable man to guide tt .old ship of atate through Its prfnt of squaring accounts snd plant t jmll for every existing frown. Fidelity to Duty. Fidelity to duty I one of his reasons for keeping out of the contest, and who know him best recognise th.v .i one of his chief characteristicsone fhut has not only tied the entire Democracy to him In this section, hut many Ilepuli-llcan- s We had hop-- d as well. h' would enter the race, win In the prl mary, triumph In November and nrov., the mettle of hla Democracy In the kind of administration so needful In this day and age. and for whkli l,e la so eminent No other DmoTit ly fitted to give could mMsure strength with him In ihl part of the atate. and It Is a matter if regret that he haa refused to obey the call of so many sood frlanda. Tribute to Garnett. iKfH - asss'MlLsssssi t!jHjC IgggggggggggggS ITssIsBQbILbLbbIbIbILbI The second figure, No. 1710, illustrates a suit adapted from a r.ccat Douce: model. A charming effect h produc.J 1 t!ie slai at each side of the coat, finished vi.'i buttons and buttonholes. The partial belt from side to side across the back holds 111 Cmccr'a collar overlaid with the fulness. (ictachabl: washable collar. No. 17H is a charming suit in youthful effect with a panel back, which extends below the line of the coat at sides and in front. The partial belt .around the back and sides ends at the panel in front. Tho skirt flares moderately below the vole. Tin materials are serge, box poplin, and black and white checks. Suit No. 1710 at tha right Is in a smart Polo effect, well cut on plain lines, with moderate fulness; finished with smart pockets pn both jacket and skirt. Made in checks, poplin and covert cloth. ; j Descriptions of the Suits Illustrated The suit at the left of the picture, No. 1709, ii adapted from a Paquin model. The effective pocket flaps arc set on diagonally and outlined by closely-s- et buttons. The rolling collar is THOMAS S. RHEA OF LOGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. - too- - high. financial department, the treasurer's, assessments upon corporations- record of I ahull gLidry stand upon th' adoffice, declaring that the present that board and upon my part In tr-- work. I was In tho ministration has well handled a dlfll- - without rnmilgn last fall party selected leader opixKltlnn bv the left to it by and the state committee as tile- cult financial condition campaign chairman for- the stat. the last Republican administration. and we succeeded In carrying- ttlw statu 'or the Democratic ticket by the largest His card of announcement follows: majority in a general election for thirty Demo-rralio - Many other Wooltcx models at 125.00 to $30.0 combine variety and excellence that are absolutely unequalled in this city. Hut you must see them personally to appreciate fully their extraordinary ' value. When may wc have the pleasure uf showing them to you? Ji. S. . Cmsjht. aWll, oberzsovi & Bvo. Danville, Ky. To the Democrats of- Kentucky: On the first Baturday of next August nomtht Democrats of Kentucky will omws. inate their candidates for state and make up their ticket to he submitted to the voters In th November election, in that primary I shall be a can didate for the Democratic nomination for the office of auditor of public nc- counta; and In miiklne this announce mnt, I trust that my fellow l)em'r.it will gle to my ciinuiu.iey ineir aermus r..wr.,l,lH consideration. I shall en o.avor to lie very brief In what I say rely In this announcement, and ahall Intel-llseiiupon the fair and discriminating peorle for wh.it support I of the The Louisville Evening Post, commenting, upon General Garnett'.' declaration, has the following complimentary editorial! sir. Jarre asrnett. the attornry gu-erof the state, yesterday announced that he will not seek the Iwnocratle nomination for governor, t will devote the remainder of his term to disposing of tha Important business that remain In his department to be handled, and will at the esplratlon of his term return to Columbia to practice his profusion. Aa attorney gtneral during tha lait three years. Mr. Oametl has dons a large amount of public work or a lasting character, and he will leave that onto well both of th stste snd his party. It haa been frequently contended stbal th post of attorney general should iJf.jsx made appointive at the hands of tha " arovarnor, with a successful sttorney ffsnsral, of course, eligible for reappoint- nrn I nets is mucn 10 o ps 10 in irv. f sue4tfa.:f)Un, but any governor would nd dff links', la securing aa the chief law SXPrsr aNMjaUle a, man whs would aery with mors ability, energy and suo- haa I Mr. Oamett, was was tha d by tha seels, tbrts years ago. yeirs. f do not wish to claim ttte credit for that sidrndld result, but aiucumputgn I gate all of my lime and sr-l- c to help In bringing It about. Inherited Large Debt. Th- - present state administration, of member, Inhcrltvtf a larso which f am debt and a disordered contrition of rtnances from the preceding- ITepubllcnn admlnlatrutlcni and that Inhrrttance, to- uprrn gcrthrr with th Increased tnue for educational purpo-ws- . e penslona, amt for other ftac worthy causes, has Impustil upon us n. dilllcult situation to deul with, nnd oft that has tried our best efforts and energies. A head of the tmimiry depun-mi- nt may receive of the state, 1 bellevs I rr.ay say may be portioned for c.illlns 1 hope I without Ixvisllng, that It arTatrs under attention brielly to my experience aa an these dlltlculltc have Isn cotujucted lu aherltt of my nallv-- j As ofllceliolder. luisliiess-llk- e manner; and tiiifi-Mfu- l county of lK.ui. and then for the last a of that treaurcr of pro-erl- y the reenues andthn state have not threo years ami more u faithfully gi'irded. eretlltor have and tried Kentucky, 1 lia I lncoi;cnlenced or ttlsappolntrd. esrneatly to so ierforni the dutUs of believe the work of this administration, of tin. oiflce as to Junllfy the onftdeiiiwill, when retturdlesi of hostile crltii-tsm- . so honored in. ptople who ifniutritullv anil falrlr measured, com- Member of Important Boards. mend Itself to the good opinion of fair- -- . minded uecple. l I hil-heen. .1.1. Irnaanrr law, a member of the lmHirtunt I it I now my desire to bo on the Inc to - era tie tlcWl as Its candidate for uudrt'W boards of the state, the sinkIng fund board, the prinllnu hoard, the . and to ime In that office for the nxt 1 have had carltol board and the board of valuation four years. Th experienceclose connect and and assessment Thla latter board I one as Ircasrrer. office In such auditor, should of of especUl Importancu and consists of , tlnn with the three members, the auditor, th able me to render efficlsnt and vatuabla treasurer, snd the secretary of stats, tt service In that position, I, therefor ask th Democrat of Ken-In- g seals with the Important question ot lix- the franchise valuations upon ull tucky fur their aupport In th August doing business In this stale, primary, and I ssk that they pair m corporations The record upon a Democratic ticket so atrong and for purposes of taxstlon. deserve and mad by th present board In the laat worthy that It will good people receive of three years has been remarkable and un- -' the support of th board haa not aought tucky In the November election. And The to hinder or cripple legitimate corporal 1 may th people of our stal In th si to. Industries of the states but It hue so In- Hon thla year ahow their appreciation of that creased their franchise aaseaamenta nun- - th splendid and Incomparable admlnla-th- e t ral Ion of rrealdenl WlkKi. and demon-Jri- d receiving several atate la now thousand of dollars mor In taxes sliate that Kentucky, In the presidential this source thun It ever election next yesr, will be ready to show every year from received before. As a member of that Its purpose to help In th work of 1 havs helped diligently In tha elrctinz a president who has don suoh work of adjusting these matters In sc- - extraordinary sertlce to the people ot Itespertfully, Srvanca with tha bal Interests of the . this country. M 8. IlllEAa" THOMAS people and without causing unjust liard-- l The Store That Sells Wool tex J br TV II. BUck Ck. GrUJ ,r Patience, How poor are they that hars not patience! What wound did ever hal bot by degrees? Shakespeare. Revising a Maxim. Tou can fool aU the men all tha time If you are a woman. Florida Tlmrs-Unlon- L.&N. Train SdataWc At Uncaslei, Ky. AllItlVE. POSTED The undersigned hereby pve warn. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To MayBvitV. ronnoctinR at ltichmoni with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; Value of Porpoise Teeth. at YVinch9tr with C & O to Lexlnif. The llogotu Testament, published ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & for the nit Ires of tho Solomon Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. o Islands, Is toVi In exchange for No 71; 8:35 a. m. teeth. To Itowland & Stanford connecting at Itowland, L & N to all points South cash. Mistake Some of Them Make. No 28; 11:01 a. m. The reformer who undertakes to deTo Richmond, connecting with L & rive profit from his activities Is rery likely to transform the "optlft" Into N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro St Knoxville the "fcoldups." Exchange. No 70; 11:50 a.m. To Richmond, connecting with . inir to all persona not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of th law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N H Price U.L. Elkin W. It. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. II. C. Arnold. James G. Conn, J. C. Morgan, We will add other names for 25 cents loontjr Court Daji. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday, Frankfort, 1st, Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 'Jnd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. j f - .j Danville, 3rd. Mondf. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday.l ' Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday, , Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. 1 ' Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd, Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday, , Montlcello. 4th. Monday, Versailles, 4th. Monday. fast train to Cincinnati. An You i Woman? No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Personal Stationery asaafjaBBBBBBBaa Green, and at Iiardstown Junction to Uardstown Si Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects good taste find at once creates a (aratabic impression. "1t SUBSCRIBE FOR Ia&ata Dm KM Ym Hut Ahrifi Bear the Signature m. Cardui Tto Wound's Tonic FN SALE AT ALL MKJNBTS fast train to Bristol St Atlanta. CASTOR aat OUUtm lor IA The Oenival Record 1000 Posy g C For Infants tad Childn ASTORIA Alwaya bsaxs Suppose you come ami tee the many beautiful iiwtles)'wfi we have and got our prim. Rtgistcred Hertford Bull SEASON 1915. In Us For Over 30 Yars SLfMtar of ISM THE Service $2.00 Cash. Two miles from Lancaster on the Richmond pike, give with every mbscriptloH, New or Old. Central Record. r R. E." HENRY.