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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 11, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915031101_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 11, 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. P. . ,- V9Hf'ENTRAL RECORD. PURE ItELialOb, UN1ARNISIIED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD QOVERNMEN7, fWltNTT riFTH YIAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH Please hand us that $ EDITOR ON THE RON. II. 1915. NUMBER 49. LEXINGTON LOOSE Keenkutter Cutlery & Edge Tools JSU. Pocket Knives, Scissors, 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. STAGGHDWSLEY. Subscribe for the Kecord and get Miss Mary Louise Stagg, of IIunlui. 1,000 votes on the pony and cart. ville, and Mr. Walter Owsley, of Lin Dont fail to see the $20,000,000 mys coln, motored to Danville Wednesday and were married in the presence of a Ury at Opera House Friday night. few Intimate friends. Miss Stagg is Kor all Magazines see "Miss Dollv" an exceedingly pretty girl, popular and Country Gentleman now $1.00 a year. accomplished, while the groom js alse Don't miss the next episode of "The popular and well known here, being the son of the late Steve Owsley. Master Key" at the Hex Theater next Tuesday night. Tho the skies are bleak andthewinda blow chill the fly Is on his job, get on to yours by swatting the breeding nlitht. Col. Loving Gains, editor of the LEAF SALES Todd County Progress, has flung lm Ask for coupon In the Pony Contest. old weather beaten, editorial cap Into At tho close of the sale's last week, Awake, fly swatters. Ret on to your the political ring with ns much ease the Lexington tobacco market had jow and grace as ho pushes the pen. Ho is reached for the season 50,373,020 1000 votes with every subscribers, after the lieutenant governorship of pounds, which breaks all records up to Kentucky and wants his enemies a ,thu time for the market. It Is thought new or old. well as his friends to know it. that over 00,000,000 pounds will be sold "Trev O' Hearts" nt the Itex'to- there before the season closes. Dont miss it. Get In the pony contest. DTTnn.TTFC' uu urj.,j, i CARTS AND THE LANCASTER PICTURE SHOW CO. plsces. Bombarding the Dardanelles seems to be pastime for the allied fleets, and does not appear to do any special harm to the forts. Monday night, the great serlel pic ture "Kunaway June" will start at Opera House. Don't fail to see this CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, 22 Ky. great picture. Mrs. Kellogg who appears at the School Auditorium next Thursday night is an impersonator of rare ability and will intertain you. Thomas Kdiion complains that when How he stops work hy gets sick. would you like to have on Edison or two working for you? LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS 8KK3Xm3X&SJC DE 3ME The Nappanee Wt 1 am now prepared to do nice dress making at reasonable rates. Am located in Mrs. Nannie Holers Powell old stand, Mrs. J. W. Aker. W lH When a Lancaster trrocerman nuts his Ingenuity to work on advertising like White Marsee has, it is sure to pay, read his local this week. Mr. John Trice is now with W. J. Homana and is prepared to do all kinds of carriage work and blacksmithing. Mr. Price is an expert horso shocr, try him. torvs3 ja' ; j r. Best on the market. Ask tlicse men who have them. ? W. E. Moss, ?'' . i.i urausniiw, j. ti in i. rwunniru. S. A. HILL. AGENT. LANCASTER, KY. li DE St. Patrick's day, March 17, while originally a holiday exclusively kept by our Irish ciiiiens or those of Irish descent, is today a holiday In which all America joins. thoroughly done last year, snrpri'e Is .I . -: it.- -. i i i ci k uy me men ui uicir inclines wivea feel it necessary to repeat the fjrutcsa Mil H'U'K' If vnn arA frnnrMlprt with pviitrmfn headaches. If your eyes are strained while rerding or working, get relief at once, through, Dyrne'a Scientifically fitted Glasses, at Kengarlan Hotel. Lancaster. March 22rd to 30th. i- The above style caption Is the name of a company recently Incorporated and organized for the purpose of promoting picture shows and have leased for the year 1915, the Kex theater, from the owner, Mr. L. E. Herron. Mr. Herron retains the management nf this popular house. Mr. K. P. Gregory PLEASE ANSWER. is president or the company, and Mr. We read that baby carriages must Harry Anderson was elected secretary now carry lamps at night In the Cin and treasurer. cinnatl streets. Which Information leads us to ask what baby carriages are doing out so late? Has George CLOCK 125 YEARS OLD Mcltoberts started a new order of KEEPS GOOD TIME. things, keeping them out with the fes live "Ma's" and "Pa'a" who have not Messrs Edd. Morrow and Jim Ileazlev yet learned to stay In after all of these are justly nroud of a eranii. father years of unrestrained liberty. clock: they have just bought. It has a beautiful wooden, hand painted face and is a calendar clock keeping perfect HUSTLING AGENT. time. Mr. II. C. Carpenter, the hustling The make of the clock is L. Watson agent for that good car, the Maxwell, ank the history of these clocks is that In our city Tuesday, at which time was they all have beautiful faces and case's he delivered one of his touring cars, and all of them are calendar clocks which he had iccently sold to Mr. W. ieepine the dav of the month tier. Champ. fectly. This clock is for sale and is on While here he established a branch exhibition In Mcltoberts Drug store. agency for this popular car with the Garrard Milling Company, whose advertisement appears on the sixth page CHAUTAUQUA OPENS of this issue. Mr. Carpenter has made a number of sales this season and no HERE JUNE 13TH. doubt will place many in this county. An enthusiastic meeting of the pro moters of the nejt Chautauqua, met ED WALKER ANNOUNCES. yesterday afternoon in the director's In this Issue of the Kecord appears room of tho Garrard Bank and Trust the card of Mr E. SI. Walker, announc- Company. An organization was pering his candidacy for County Court fected and several committees apClerk, to succeed Mr J. W. Hamilton, pointed and the prospects for one of the present , popular incumbant. Mr. the greatest Chautauquas ever held It was decided Walker is the present deputy clerk and here is on in earnest. has made a very efficient one Indeed. at this meeting that the week begin His friends claim that he will be emi ning June the 13th., .was the most nently qualified to fill the office to which suitable Jtlme for this auspicious oche aspires, by reason of the exper casion and the above date was selected ience of the past six months, as deputy. A number of societies and clubs' will Mr Walker la a moral young man, a become interested and the sale of tickstaunch democrat and if appointed or ets will begin at once. elected to the offio for which he desires, will fill it with credit to himself PLUCKY GIRL and an honor to the county. FUNGS SHOE AT FLEEING ROBBER. SURRIES, BRAKE HOAD WAG01TS We Are Headquarters For S BUGGIES & HARNESS, g HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. 3i irzzii G-E-E HOW IS THIS IN THE WAY i XKTHIZ! Read On that L,YOINS sells goods so much cheaper than the other fellow Its like this NO TICKETS 1000 Pair Men's. Ladies and Childreps Shoes at the following prices: Men's $5.00 King Quality $3.60 Men's $4.00 King Quality $3.25 Men's $3.60 King Quality $2.50 Any other Men's Shoes, less than wholesale price. Ladies Shoes Queen Qnality: $4.00 Tan Shoe $3.00 $3.50 Tan or Black Shoes : $2.50 $4.00 Quast Quality Shoes $5.90 $2.60 Quast Quslity Shoes $2.00 $2.60 Children's L. L. Pierce Shoes $2.00 $1.50 Children's L. L. Pierce Shoe $1.20 $1.75 Children's Buff Shoes $1.50 $1.50 Children's Buff Shoe $1.25 Km 79 GASTINEAU. Annie Belle Gaatineau, age years, died at the home of her father, Mr. Joshua Hurt, Friday, Feb., 26th, after a lingeriag illness of tuberculosis, and her remains were laid to rest in the cemetary at Manse. She was a member of the Christian church, and leaves to mourn her loss three children, Lorine, Lucy and Tommy Gastineau, also her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Hurt.' Besides these she leaves five brothers, Messrs. Samuel, David, James, Thomas and Billie Hurt and three sisters, Mrs. Isaac Bowling of this county, Mrs. C. M. Thomas, of Lexington and Mrs. A. II. Vanhuss cf Kirksville. To the bereaved family we extend our sympathy. Mrs. thirty-fou- STORMES 1 TV r LANCASTER'S OLDEST AND BEST DRUG STORE A well balanced stock of desirable and seasonable Drug Store Merchandise, careful- I ST When a man habitually gives the same greetings, always advances the same arguments, forever asks the same questions, and never misses a chance to spring his tavorite joke, he soon acquires an intellect with all the potency of a rubber stamp. ly selected and correctly priced. TRADEMARK: Courtesy, Efficiency, a HI Reliability. M9 Free Auto Contest Coupons Ask for Them With Every One Dollar Cosh Purchase. Flour being away up, what's the matter with going back to the good I old days of cornbread and bacon. think It would do us all good. I don t mean this tissue paper, rapped up in a yellow package with a blue ribbin. I meen the ole fat, solid, greasy kind. Last Monday" night a burglar entered the homes of Mr W. L- - Lawson and Dr. J. B. Kinuaird and succeeded in relieving Mr. Lawson of abont twenty dollars in money without disturbing tne pesceful sleep of any member of th family. At the residence of Dr. the bold bad burglar was not so Having entered by the fortunate. front window, his footsteps were heard on the stairway by Miss Patsy Kinnaird, who immediately aroused the household and at the same time sent a fusilade of shoes at the burglars head. It is needless to say that he made his exit forthwith. Miss Kinnaird is being congratulated upon her bravery. Several houses in the city have been robbed in the past six months and up to this time the officers have no clue to their identity. Kin-nair- Lose No Time Getting Your SHOES G. M. -L.YOINS, LANCASTER. ! KENTUCKY. 3 I' II II 25 NARROW ESCAPE. With his coat caught in a set screw on the end of a shafting, making about two hundred revolution a min ute. Mr. Leslie Bradshaw came near losing his life lest Friday afternoon in his mill on Paint Lick Creek, In Madison county. Only the weight of Mr. Bradshaw's body which threw otf the belting, was the shafting stopped. but not until it had made several re' volutions and had seriously, but not fatally injured him. His clothes were literally torn from his body and for several hours ho was unconscious from the shock. His cries for help attracted the attention of others who were on another floor of the mill at the time and but for their timelv aid and assist ance, the accident might have proved fatal. NEAR TWO MILLION POUNDS The Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse, through their representatives Messrs Speith and Graw, the local buyers, have handled up to this time nearly 2,000,000 pounds of the Garrurd county tobacco, at an average of a little over nine cents a pound. This is a much better average than uny of the Loose-lehouses can boast of and every buyer that sold their tobacco here have gone away satisfied. Can any of the looseleaf houses say this of their af SUBSCRIPTIONS. CASH BUSI NESS AND THE PAY- Member Lancaster Merchants Association. z $&wmA r3n w&z In figuring what it costs to advertise Mb in The Record, also try to estimate what it costs NOT to do so. In adver- Using with us you not only get the ex no clusive town circulation, which other paper gives you, but you get the country circulation in territory directly contributory to Lancaster. MENT OF ACCOUNT COUNTS ROMAN'S Opera House MONDAY MOSr THIS WEEK. TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS A number of Ice Plants over the country hnve found after careful examination of their books that it cost them about 10 per cent to charge niul collect their retail Ice accounts. As a result they arc 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 au unwnranted loss, However, we do not exwe linvc decided to do likewise. pect to add this 10 per cent to our profits; but will reduce our prices accordingly, sons to give the benefit of the saving to our patrons. Don't miss this big feature, "The Twenty Million Dollar Mystery" at Romans Opera House, written by the greatest American author, Harold Mc- Graph, produced by the greatest dir ector Howel Hansel, and enacted by the greatest cast of Film Stars, with "James Cruie" as the hero. As the soaring price of beef U now pretty generally attributed by the press to the dwindling supply of cattle and the growing number of mouths to feed, so the remedies suggested naturally take the shape of hints to the small farmer to go In for stock raising, and intimations to the hungry to curb their longing for the tlesh-pot- Therefore beginning March 15th,19 5 we will conduct our entire retail business strictly for cash and the following reductions will be made on Ice Coupon Books. 1 GOOD RECORD. Mr. O, T. Lay ton has recently sold his crop of tobacco on the Lexington 400 lb Book, 1000 2000 Old Price $2.50 less 10 per cent, New Price $225 maiket that brought an average from the ground up of $10.50. Mr. Laytun la considered one of the best farmers in the county and always gets a banner price for his tobacco. A REQUEST. lb Book, OM Price Hi $5.00 less 10 per ctal, New Price $4.50 Book, OM Price $9.00 lass 10 per cent, New Price $8.10 It is our purpose to render the best service possible and to this end we will welcome suggestions and the of our patrons. Respt. BLUE MASS DAIRY & ICE CO. W. R. BAST1N, SecreUrj. H. V. BASTIN, Presifot. The Misses Grant request of their many friends throughout this city and county who have learned of their great bereavement, to report to them all items of news, suitable both to the personal column of the Kecord and to various city papers for which they write, the communications to be tendered them by the means of their phone We glvo tickets for the Automobile number "305". an every ont dollar purchase. Your appreciatively, Mrs. lUlla Arnold Francis. Ida M. Grant. Messrs. Speith and Graw are verv grateful and appreciative of the record they have made this season and wish to announce that they will be on the market here again next fall and 'will again convince you that it will pay you to sell your tobacco at home. Lancaster citizens and the tobacco growers of the county are proud of the record made by this house and wish for them even more success on our market next season. This is the week of the greatest opportunity, for the contestants in the Pony Contest. As votes on Subscriptions, and cash Business as well as the paymens of ac counts at all the Business Houses which are participants in the Pony contest, will count more now than at' any time hereafter. The llrjt period ends March 15, at 0:00 P. M., when all the votes which have been deposited in the ballot boxes will be counted and 50 per cent Bonus vote will be added to each conIn other words, if testants votes. contestant A has 10,000 votes in ballot box and contestant B, 5000 votes, contestant A will be credited with 15,000 votes and contestant U with 75UU. After C;00 p. m.. March 15 begins the second period and votes do not count as much, as they will only be increased by 40 per cent Bonus votes. So Pony enthusiasts busy yourselves and turn In every subscription and as much new business to all the participants, possible this week. Tell your friends and neighbors how much this besutlful Pony outfit means to you, tell them of the free offer of the lending business men of Lancaster. Show them how their help Is worth most right now this ween anu see to u, mat they give you their votes before Mon day NIGHT, MARCH 15th. i Greatest of all Serials RUNAWAY JUNE FIRST EPISODE. TUESDAY NIGHT. MARCH 16th. Solution to the Million Dollar Mystery Mr Hughes, our Pianist will arrange special programs on these nights and will try to please all with both classical and popular : In order to give ench and every con testant an equal chance in this contest, no contestant, parent or friend will be allowed to solicit votes within the Business houses or door ways thereof. The Dunlap Pony of any participant. Company will not award tbe prize to ny contestant violating this rule. Look for quarter page ad elsewhere in this issue, for a compute lilt of Participants and contestants. at 6:00 p. m. Admission: 5 and 10 Cents j Page 2 Thfi Cfintral hp.rnm. McCREARY Miss Leota Hay is spending a week Thni-Rrta- v Mrh HAPPY WOMEN i IIQI HEADQUARTERS FOR Good D. D. D. In Hospitals; Standard Skin Cure SOFT, FLUFFY HAIR IS FIRST AID TO BEAUTY. If your hair is not fluffy, soft and lus trous, is falling out, Streaked, faded, briltle, or full of dandruff, and If the the scalp itches, do not think It must always be that way, for pretty hair is only a matter of care and the use of Parisian Sage, a delightful toilet ncccs sity. This helpfnl tonic supplies just the elements needed to invlgornto the hnlr roots and stimulate your hair to long, thick, flulfy, soft and lustrous. It removes all dandrulT with one nn plication and quickly stops itching head and falling hair. Parisian Sago is the ideal hair tonic and scalp treatment, sold by H. E. McHobeits; it contains nothing injurious, Is delicately pcrfum ed, inexpensive and sarely gives your hair the beauty and charm of youth. g.-o- at Cartersville. Mr. Creed Simpson came home from Richmond Monday, Mrs. Klixaheth Walxer is visitingher son. Mr. Miley Walker. Mrs. Mike Forbes has been visiting Plenty of Them in Lancaster, and Reason lor It. writes "D. P. D. Is superior tn anyIIott ninny hfupltnt pntitn", suffering- the frlshtful Itch, ths raw worth-I- n thing I havo ever found. Soft and soothing, yet A powerful agent." pain of skin dlr-oie- . hav twn rnothnl tn olerp liv n poothlnir fluid To tin tho work. D. I. IX l"rescrlp-tln- n voahnl In hy Iho nurm'i hands? must lie applied according; ia That fluid in tho famous IX XX D. directions given In the pamphlet eczema, prescription for around every lottle. I"ollow these disurrnvisiNO wuiibe of ono rectionsand seol of nur prominent Catholic Institution And It certainly takes away tha Itch (namo of nurso and Institute on appll at once tho moment tho lliutd Is apration), write regarding a patient. plied. Tho skin Is soothed calmed The disrate had entcn her eyebrow a so thoroughly refreshed delightfully nwar Her nose nnd lip had heoonio cooled. tllangureil. Hlnco th usa nf n. D. I), her eyehrrm are Rrowlnff, her noso All drueglsts of standing havo tha nml face havo assumed their natural famous specific as well as the efficient expression," D. Soap. l. Hut D. Skin so Hoir many eciemn sufferers ae paywe are confident of the mering the'r doctor fnr regular treatits of this prescription that will ment nnd aro Jicln? treated with this refund tho purchase price of the first soothing", heallnir Uuld? same full alio bottle If It falls to reach SB. OXO. T. UIC2IABD30N frankly your case. You alone aro to judco. R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. her parents at Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Ham spent Satur day nnd Sunday with her parents. Mr. Mike Fotbes has been sulTering with a sore arm from vaccination. Mrs. J.lgellny came home Thursday oftern protracted visit in Lexington and Frankfort. Miss Lillie Mao Sutton entertained at "Hook" Tuesday evening in honor of her visitors. Miss Lillie Mae Sutton was the at' tractive guest of Mrs. II. U. Hay Sat urday night nnd Sunday. Wouldn't any woman lie happy. After years of backache suffering, Days of misery, nights of unrest, The distress of urinary troubles. When she finds freedom, Many readers will profit hy the following, Mrs. Vulcan and Syracuse ths I TO AVOID CATARRH Diaw A Check OR BREAK UP A COLD. Use lljomti a Simple Remedy that for the money you ov c nnd note how much more res- W. Humphrey, Danville St., Lancaster Ky, says: "I suffered a great deal from backache and couldn't sleep well. On several occasions my buck became so painful nnd weak thnt I was unable to do, my housework. Being advised to give Dean's Kidney Pills a trial, I did so, procuring a supply at Frisble'a Drug Store (now R. E. McHoberts drug Store). They heled me from the first and I was soon relieved. I gladly confirm what 1 said some years PREACHERSVILLE ago recommending Doons Kidney Pills." Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't Mrs. II. T. Lunsford is indisposed. simply ask fcr a kidney remedy get Mrs. W. II. Cummins is still improv same that Doan.s Kidney Pills-t- he ing. Foster-Milbur- n The family of Mr. Mason Holtzclaw Mrs. Humphrey had. Co., Props, Buffalo, N. V. has been sick. J. PLOWS. Best Grade of Tobacco Gotton Grass Seeds. at 3cts See us for all kinds of Field or Becker, PHONE 27. Instantly Relieves. pectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with n man who has nn account at the Garrard Bank & At the first sympton of catarrh tuch as snillles, fits of sneezing, raising of mucus, itching of the nose, or that choked-ufeeling, surely take im mediate steps to conquer the distres ing, unclean and annoying, but i serious ailment. One of the easiest and simplest reme dies to check catarrh and break up a cold is llyomei. Just put a few drops of this antiseptic and healing liquid into the small inhaler that comes with every complete outfit, and breathe it, This medicated air immediately soothes the inflamed tissues and effectively drives out the poison. Just a few minutes use of this most helpful remedy opens the slutted air passages, clears the head and throat of the unclean dis (!) chargesyou breathe Ireely and immediately feel better, llyomei is so certain to lelieve and give lasting benfit that H. E. Mc- Hoberts sells it on the C) pay" plan. Trust Go. They know hp is doing business in a busiress like way. Hcttor open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev wilt grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Miis Ruby Parrish has been ill but Is able to be out again. Prof. J. II. Hutchins Is teaching a Spring term of school here. F. L. Thompson visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm Sprinkles near Shelby City. Mrs. C. Weyler nnd little son were visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Hanke. Miss Sara Smith of Rockcastle, is visiting her sister. Miss Nora Smith. Services Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night at tho Methodist church. Mr. Wnller C. Pettus. of Hubble, visited his mother, Mrs. Rebecca Naylor and children visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Levi Mrs. William Ballard and CO A BOY'S REMARKS TO HIS STOMACH. I What's the matter with you-ai- n't always been your friend? Ain't I been a pardner to you? All my pennies don't I spend In getting nice things for you? Don't I give you lots of cake7 Say, stummick, whnt't the matter, that you had to go and ache? Why, I loaded you with gosd things yesterday. I gave you more Pntatx-s- . squash amfturkey than you'd ever had be fore I gave vou nuts and candy, pumpkin pie nnd chocolate cake And last night when I got to bed you had to go and ache! Say, what's the matter with you? Ain't you satisfied at all? I Rave you all you wanted; you was hard just like a ball; And you couldn't hold another bit of puddin'. yet last night You ached most awful, stummick; that ain't treatin' me just right! I've been a friend to you, I have; why nm't you a friend of mine? They gave me castor oil last night be cause you made me whine. I'm awful sick this mornin', and I'm feelin' mighty blue. Becoz you don't appreciate the things I do for you! BRYANTSVILLE. Kv. THE NATIONAL BANK OF Capitol 450,000. A. It Surplus $30,000. Hres'u S. C. DENNY, Cashier. -. I GlLU JENNY, President J. R. T JMDRY. K. STORM ES. Vice I To INSURE In a Leading i Such as the Springfield Fire and Marine. CAPITAL, 2,800,000,00 I American Company numA& cc 1 t;itvii. Acents. I writing. BUCKEYE Mr. John Teater is very sick at this BED INTERNATIONAL Stock Food This is the season when it is Mrs. Herbert Whittaker who has been very sick is improving. Miss Lena Schooler is the guest of her sister Mrs. Jaspen Noel. Miss Her Hill spent Sunday after noon with Misses Sallie and Attress Noel. Master Bert Prayther is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. most needed. McRofrerts Drug Store 1 Sanders. Mrs. Price died at her home near Judson March 6th and was laid to rest at Guns Chapel March 7th. Mr. Millard Lane died at his home on Poor Ridge March 4th and was buried at this place March Cth. Mr. Willie P. Long and sister Frances s were the guest of their Mr. and Mrs. II. Hay Saturday and grand-parent- Sunday. i USE WHEN STOMACH FERTILIZER If you want the Best Tobacco and Potato grown See a No matter how long IS UPSET. damaged. you have suffer Rev. J. Hell. Rev. E. B. Thornton preached Sunday night at the Baptist church to a good crowd. Mrs. Gertrude Blankenship and Miss Ella Blankenship were visi'ing Mis. Grace Gill. The Baptist brethren at their busi ness meeting on Saturday called Rev. ,0. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Meade Gill spent a week at Corbln the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Bell, Mrs. James Moser and little son, Theodore, of near Paint Lick, ware visiting Mrs. Levi Bell. Prof. C. C. Lovell is at Burgin en gaged in the revenue service. His wife and children are with her parents Mr. and Mrs. McAlistur on Drakes Creek. O. II. Anderson has been quite ill. HOUSEWIVES READ THIS. Quite recently he had a tooth pulled and complications set up and blood About thirty per cent, of the entire poisoning is feared. income of families of five or six living Miss Sara Larue Traylor of Paris, on less than two thousand dollars a has been visiting her grandparents, vear Is spent for food. Or this sum Mr. and Mrs. W. P. White. She will more than half is generally needed for soon go to Arizona for her health. what we call the staple groceries - Hour, W. C. Cummins will soon begin the sugar, cereals, canned goods, nnd erection of a good substantial building crackers; dried fruits, vegetables, and on the corner of Main and Stanford fish: flavorings nnd seasonings. Soaps streets where he will continue as our too, and cleansing materials, usually leading merchant. come from tho grocery store. The Saturday evening as J. S. Pettus money for these supplies, if not the was returning from church his horse entire family income, passes through ran into a telephone post while trying the hands of the wife. Whether it Is to pas; n carriage. He was considerably rpplied wisely or scattered with in bruised and cut while his buggy was different return in vatuo depends upon Ass't Cashier. J. Safety Oeposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual I). Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Hosry, J. E. Stormes, S. C Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. A WELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a Iwx of our sparkling ginger 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 havo been missing. Don't keep on and missing IL Order a box commence enjoying yourself. y Lancaster tling CO. I BotPhone 202. y If B. F. HUDSON. W. RICHMOND, KY. i i BAILEY & MOSS. S upset stomach, -- a Indigestion or dyspepsia, simple, inexpensive prescription easily had at any drug store will quickly, safely and effectively end the distress, or it will not cost you a penny. When ygur stomach is out of order some foods taste good but work badly, fermenting inty a stubborn lump and surely causing sour cr acid trste in the mouth, severe pain in the pit of the stomach, gas, coated tongue, olfensive breath, restless nights and nervousness. It's needless for you to sutler for just a few tablets bring joyful relief they do more for these little "helps to health" foothe and strengthen the inflamed and weakened stomach walls and increase the llsw of the digestive juices so that the stomach can care for the food as nature intenda ed from a miserable, Rogers preached his last sermon at the Baptist church Sunday morning. Rev. Rogers has faithfully served the church here for a year and is a model pastor, lie is a student at the Baptist Theological Seminary at Louisville and gives promise of a useful ministry in the Lords vineyard. David Burge, Jr., the best violinist in this section, is in great demand from house to house to furnish excellent music whero the youngsters go to spend the evening and "sit till bed time . The music he can render is the old tunes of the old times and his listeners sit in mute delight and wonder how the hours can pass so quickly. M her attitude toward marriage and housekeeping. If she recognizes her Ksltion as that of the purchasing partner, she-- will probably also realize that the should behave as would the .buying member of any business fir- minvest the money over which she has control to the best possible advantage. If she realizes this she will trade with D. White Marsee, where she saves from five to ten cents on every purchase. If she is indifferent and doesn't care she trades where she is "In tho habit" of traking nnd loses on every purchise which amounts to quite a sum in a years tirr.e. To The Housewife. 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 it cold. If you will inquire into the merits of the various remedies that are recommend ed for coughs and colds you will find that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy stands high in the estimation of people who uso it. It is prompt and effectual plensant anu safe to take, which are qualities especially tn be desired when a medicine is intended for children. For sale by all dealers. rHMiIrm rr 7 VI January SV K wirlli II autocue IT; I. J A TRAINING SCHOOL POR TilACMOHS Conn leading tj FlrmenUrv, lnlerti r llite and I.lte Van' III all Iliiurt) 1" ul Km Mil IcrtlliraUn. t'Kky hprcial (ournrs and Itetiirir CnutM-t- . Tuition 1 :mlid il.ir pi,t.irU, new .in l.i A, inUr mmlel c hn1, nr insulin! Irmnini; liui' l nf pmrlk (Icpsrtiiirnt if srrlniliiire a r!l Vi1ihiI ch Dimie!'!-- Nli-nre- . ,iynii'S"it r.rsl T'rm Vgitii Ti !e Tnu Alvnia.SiiiiinirrKcliimloiwns free Trm Nivrnilrr HI llnnl 'firm j (i, iltiiii, ORGAStXKti i.V.Vj. We Citizens National OF LANCASTER. KY. Bank Capital $50,000. Hresidcnt. Surplus $45,000. 0. P.IGNBY, J. J. WALKER, Vice Brest. JOE J. Walxkk. Jit.. Ass't Cash'r. W. F. CIIAMI', Coshier. Pay By Check Always. i We recommend this method because of its safety, simplicity Also because of the I'llKSTKiK it wins a person and convenience. in the business world. It gives him a standing -- a recognized place if vou please If his banking connections are known to be of the right sort. Every one of our many satisfied checking customers Is n living argument in favor of YUL'lt adapting the same method. iMxy)'yxTBX; MexA)Myxy .Q ed. No matter what ails your stomach put your faith in Get some of these harnless but helpful tablets from It. E. McHoberts today anil eut whatever your appetite craves, and never fear distress. Colds should be "nipped in the bud'Icril allowed to run serious results unchecked, may follow. Numerous cases of consumption, pneumonia, and r"er fatal disced back to eases, can U a cold. At the first sign of a cold, protect yourself by your thoroughly cleansing system with a lew doses of W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Ollice Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Resilience Phone 33. 1 FONSO. ssssKsSRrsssssi Director and A Miss Mary Harr has entared State Normal at Richmond. Miss Dora Scott began aselectschool at Stony Point Monday. Mrs. Jesse Dunn of Lancaster is the. guest of friends and relatives here. Miss Nellio Scott will leave this week to finish her school at tVhite Hall. Master J. V. Scott. Mr. J. H. Henderson and Mrs. M. Clark are on the sick list. There will be services at the Fairview Christian Church Sunday as usual, by the much approved and Regular Pastor Rev, Warren of Lexington, Every ono should hear this great and good Pastor us the opportunity only comes once a month. Recommends Chamberlain's Cough Memedy The Ford is lighter than nny other car of its size and power. Light weight means econEconomy in gasoline consumption. omy. Economy in tire expense. Ecpnomy in repair bills less than two cents n mile for operation and upkeep Vet with all its light weight the Ford is the strongest, sturdiest car that is built. It is the longest lasting car. Vanadium steel is responsible for that strong" steel, scientists call he est, toughest steel put into automobile construction liuyers'.willjsliare in profits if we sell at retail 300, OOu new Ford cars between August 1914 and August 1910. Runabout $410; Touring Car $190; Town Car $C90; Coupelc. $750,Sedan $975, f. o. b. Detroit with all equipment. On'display and sale at "Anti-fatigue- THEOFORD'S ONE NEUTRAL BLACK-DRAUG- HT POINT. the old reliable, vegetable liver powder. Mr. Chaj. A. Ragland, o Madison Heights. Va., says: "1 have been using Thed-ford- 's Black-Draug- ht Few persons are actually neutral. Americans have been charged with being neutrai only to the extent that "nobody cares a hang who kills the But there Is ono neutral Kaiser. point. It Is a New York barber's shop in which there is hung up this sign: If you want to fight go to Europe. If you want to talk about the war go to h 1. Lhls place is neutral. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO FLORIDA-CUBA-NEW ORLEANS UNSURPASSED ioi We hare n pleasant laxatlvo THEE MADISON GARAGE, JNCUKrOKATEU Richmond, - Kentucky. take pleasure In recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my customers because I have confidence in it I find that they are pleased with It and call for It when again In need of such a medicine," writes J. W. Sexson, Montevallo, Mo, For sale by all dealers. "I Stomach troubles, indigestion, and colds, and find It to be the very best medicine I ever used. It makes an old man feel tike a young one." Insist on Thedford's, the K-original and genuine. OTHER, RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. FAVORABLE STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. Anu iu ALL ' Do Not Gripe EQUIPMENT, SERVICE ANDlcENERY .ettaB&ClHdertgie R. E. McRobsrts do just what you want it to do. that will i For Particulars Apply to Any Ticket Acnt or Address H. C. KING, 101 We sell thousands of them and we lave never seta n better remedy for the bowels. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Pass'r and Ticket Agent East Main St., Laxlngton, Ky. 7i Optical Specialist The Byrne HK rne Central Record, Thursday Mch French Remedy Aids Stomach Sufferers France h.n lcen failed the nation without utomacli trouble. The hreneh have for generation ncl a (iitiple mix turc of vegetable oil that relieve Mom-nc- h .mil intestinal ailment and keep the bowel free front foul, pnisonoiii matter The stomach is left to perform It Indigestion and normally, function a.ntritu vatmh. Mr Geo. II. Mayr, a lending druggist of Chicago, cured himself with this remedy in a short time. The demand i mi great that he imperii tticse oils from l'"rancc and compounds them under tne name oi .Mayr s ttonucrlul Kern edy. People everywhere write and tei tify to the marvelous relief they have received using this remedy one dose will rid the body of poisonous accretions that have accumulated for ears and convince the most chronic sufferer from stomach, liver .or intestinal troubles. Mayr'i Wonderful Remedy S sold by leading druggists everywhere with the positive understanding that your money will he refunded without question or quibble if OSh liottle fails to give you ausoiutc satisfaction. 1 1, 1915 to be Page 3 1 STANFORD Mrs. R. M. Newland Is able out after several days Illness, Bits of Byplay By Luke McLuke Copyright, 1016, the Cincinnati Miss Nancy Yesger spent several days in Louisville last week with friends. Dr. J. S. GILBERT. OFFICE CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. lat In Miss Minnie Straub was In Louisville week buying her line of spring millinery. Miss Anna Davis McRoberts was the week end guest of relatives and friends Enquirer Lancaster. C! CIENTIF .- SERVICE. Mrs. Will Bright was In Richmond last Wek fsr se'.eral days visit with relatives and friends. Mr. Henry Ilruning and son. Karl, of Cincinnati, have been the guests of his daughter, Mrs. T. J. Hill. Jr. Huhl Residence Phone 41 "Why Is till Institution railed the OfTlce Phone C9 Rockefeller foundation?" usktM the old LANCASTER, KY. fogy. "Because It I. built on John D.'s rockjs," replied the grouch. Buying and Selling. Tou buy esperlenca at par. And then It makes you holler To find that you can't make a At on cent on the dollar. Wuffl ! MEANS: thorough examination of your eyes by n specialist of six teen years experience. . A proper correction by glasses of any Optical defect or eye strain. To have your eyes tested and glasses fitted for one reasonable ""charge. -A Alumico Frames, 1st Quality Lenses $2.50 and $3.00. American Optical 10 Years Gold Filled. Large Eye. 1 st Quality Lenses $4.50 and $5.00. and "Hold Fast" Eye Glasses $4.50 and up. "Shuron." "Fits-U- " Extra charges for "Kryptok," "Torlc" and "Compound" Lenses. J. J. BYRNE, Optical Specialist. AT THE KENGARLAN HOTEL, LANCASTER, KY. MARCH :22nd to (h'0Yqo' 30th. K?:XWBX frit .. & E833838si X? iii)MGl :mM&WM8m3 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McKee RifTewere lowing: "Hook agents may be shot between In Hustonvllle Sunday the guests of hi Oct. 1 and Sept. hSprlnjr poets from parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. RlfTe. March 1 to June 1; automobile speed dc Mrs. G. C. Anderson, of Mt. Sterlmons from Jsn. 1 to Jan. 1; road hogs ing, has returned home after a visit to from April 15 to April 16; amateur her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Woods hunters from Sept. 1 to Feb. 1: war Miss Dora Struab and Mi3s Savanah talkers no closed season: any man Beck returned last week from Tampa, who accepts a paper for two years and Fla., where they have been'for several then, when the bill Is presented says: months. I never ordered it,' may be killed on Miss Martha Vernon, of State sight and shall be buried face down in University at Lexington spent Satur quicklime, so as to destroy the germs day and Sunday .here with her aunt. and prevent the spread of the Mrs. MBttle Kirky. ( Mrs. J. C. Osborn, of Knoxville' who For the Stomach and Lircr. has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mrs. Woodie Hale was called to Colesbury last week on account of the Illness of her nelce. Miss Spink. Miss May Phelps, of Richmond, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Richard Hocker and other relatives here. Mrs. E. C. Walton has returnedhome NEW GAME LAW. from Catlettsburg, where she has been A new gamo law that should be pass visiting her father. Col. Marcum. ed by all States would contain the fol J?. IV. Jtforrotv, Graduate Optician Olstiei Fitted. Situfsctlon Guaranteed "Hello P anld the voice over the phone. "Is this the type fonndryT "Yes," was the reply, "this Is the typo foundry." "Well," aald the voire, "this Is Uobbs & Dobbs, the publHhens. Will you send us over about 200.0HO capital l's right away?" "What In Bam Hill do yon want with 200.000 capital "We aro setting up Roosevelt's autobiography," replied the voice. Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. rr John M. McRoberts. H. Clay Sad! "Oh. woel" said a lady named Carter. "Old Fata has picked ma for a martyr. As I stepped on this car 1 felt a strange Jar, And 1 know I have busted my hoetrlna" Kauffman, Attorney-At-La- w Offices on Danville Street over Post Office Office Phone Paw Knows Everything. Willie Paw. what Is Utopia? Taw Utopia Is a place where tho women are all dumb, my son. Maw Willie, you go out and sbovel oC the sldownllc. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. M P N m1 i "SAFETY FIRST" LIGHT SIX JllMi LIGHT FOUR J12S0. (r. o. n. I'ictorr) I 1 1 VIZ' "I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. i".. writes: "I have used Chamberlain s Tablets for disorders of the stomach and liver oil" and on for the past Ave years, and it affords me pleasure to state that I have found them to be just as represented. They are mild In tcelr action and the results have been satis factory, I value them highly." For sale by alt dealers. FORWARD, MARCH! program for March as laid down by one of the household maga lines: "To have a thorough housecleaning, not forgetting the cellar. "To start the fight against the fiy. "To disinfect far moths, roaches. etc., before the breeding time. "To spread fertilizer on the garden If it was not put on the ground In the fall. "To prepare for the planting in the garden," Inasmuch as the month has come In reasonably lamb-lik- e there's no harm in taking a chance on some of, the ex. cellent suggestions that are offered. Here Is a 1 CONVINCED- If you are open to conviction take the time to inspect the various cars in your price zone make a careful analysis of each car the Mitchell will compare more than favorably in your final 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 can be proven if the car submitted to you for your deductions supports our claims you will be convinced. EULOGIES ON BRADLEY. i: I i in THE MITCHELL LINE FOR Mitchell LlRht Six 1915 Washington, March Z, hulogies on the late Senator W. 0. Bradley, of Kentucky, will not be delivered until next December. After consulting witk Representative John W. Langley, a close friend of the late Senator and his tamily, benator Ullie M. James sug gested the postponementof the Bradley eulogies until next session. It was explained that data, which it was considered to be desirable to have, had not been received from Kentucky. Senator Camden, who was Senator Bradley's successor, had hoped for an opportunity to pay a tribute to his predecessor before he (Camden) retired March 4. cylinders cylinders 4x4 two, 45 hase-3fi- x4 tirei or iix passengers-- 0 horsti power 12oMn wheel Ave S1.&S5 116-i- Mitchell Light Four 4 bas-3- two and Ave passengers 35 hono wwer wheel tire $1,250 Mitchell Light Four 0 passengers $1,300 tamo as above Mitchell Special Six 5 passengor- -6 cylinders wheel base 60 horse power 132-i$1,895 30x41 tires Mitchell Special ix 6 passengers-sa- me , as above $1,995 Mitchell Six DeLuxe 7 passengers 6 cylinders 144-iwheel base CO horse power $2,350 37x5 tires S GARRARD PEAVINE I nitcheIlLewis Motor Co. Racine, Wis, U. S. A. m m i Will make the season of 1915 at my stable at Marksbury, Ky., at $ 1 5. to Insure a Living Colt p n m k 833 Garrard Peavine, 6503. Is a fine in dividual, good style and action. Sired by Itex Peavine 1790, grand sire, Rex McDonald 833. 1st dam Gordo Lady 6330, she by Cerro Gordo 1022, he by Black Squirrel 58. CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. Lexington, Ky Distributors. SEE US AT THE SHOW. TRY $15. to VINE will also at the same time and place make thn season of 1915 at Insure a Living Colt m IlMMX0MXxxX0A0X :j xgx1xB ffi8ms$G$m M!!!! Ship to the Hogshead Market Now If you are not going to hang your tobacco, prize it in hogsheads and ship it during the month of March to one of the following Try Vine by Rex Peavine 1796. 1st dam Guilty 9950, 2nd dam Blue Streak 48G3, by Curtis Peavine. by Peavine 85. These are Doth combined horses and the beat in the country, being of the same breeding as the famous show horses, Edna Mue, Hazel Dawn. Jack Straw, Etc. I will also at the same time and place stand my big Jack, JOHN MORGAN. JR., 3705 at $10.00 to insure a living colt. John Morgan, Jr., was sired by John Morgan he by Marmaduke and He has ed Jennet. great mule Jack, Is good bone and a fine WAREHOUSES: it Kentucky & Peoples Warehouse it Planters-Centra- l Warehouse ii ii Farmers Warehouse u Home Warehouse It will have the special attention of experienced warehousemen and you will get prompt returns. out of an Importproven to be a 15) hands high, Ninth Street Warehouse Louisville Warehouse Louisville, Ky. individual. This Jack was bred and raised by Thos. Hill .... of Buckeye. I hac a big type POLAND CHINA BOAR that I will stand for $1.00 cash or $1.50 when booked. Lien retained on all colts for service fee. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Money due when colt is foaled or Jmare parted with or brad to other stock without permission. Charlotte Warren for several weeks, has returned home. Col. George P. Bright, who has been at MIddlesboro for several months re turned last week on account of not able to stay; naving been sick for several days. Mrs. J. C. Bailey and little daughter, Ophelia Carroll, of Crab Oichard. were the gueits of Judge James P. Bailey and Mrs. Anna Bailey several days this week. Mrs. Walter G. Smith left Sunday for Lexington, where she will spend a few days with her friend, Miss Mary Vance before going to Colorado for her health. Mrs. 0. P. Nuchols. of Pineville, was here last week the guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. Hays Foster. She went from here ts Cave City to visit relatives and friends. Mrs. J. C. Lynn arrived here last week from Frankfort and will have charge of the millinery that her sister, Mrs. Walter Saunders has had charge of for several years. Mrs. Bettie Buch, Mrs. J. C. Hays and Mrs. Susan B. Yeager, have been at Hot Sprlugs, Ark., for several days have returned home very muchimprov ed by their stay at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Pence en tertained a number of their friends at their home on Lancaster street last Friday night. ' The time was spent verp pleasantly. An elegant luncheon was served In a charming manner. Mrs. Jesse Traylor snd daughter, Miss Sarah Traylor, of Paris have been the guests of relatives and friends here. They went from here to Arizona, where they will remain for some time for the benefit of Miss Traylor'a health, J. B. Paxton bought the handsome residence of Will Bright on Danville avenue last week at a fancy price. It is said that Mr. Bright will build a handsome brick residence on his farm about two miles from Stanford on the Danville pike. At a regular meet of the City Council last Thursday night, J. R. Powell' re signed and his resignation was accepted and Shelton M. Saufley was elected ed In his place. Mr, Powell has been a member of the City Board tor.several years, and has proven a very efficient member. It goes without saying that Mr. Saufley is the right man for the place and will do his part at all time for the betternment of this; city. The school trustee case of G. L. Pen ny against P. M. McRoberts, which caused a great deal of excitement heie last fall and was then taken to the Court of Appeals was reversed last week. The election was held last May and McRoberts was defeated bv Penny by the majority of only two votes. J. N. Menefee, J. B. Paxton, K. S. Al corn, J. S. Owsley, J. N. Saunders and T, J. Hill Jr, who were attorneys for McRoberta filed suit contesting the election on the ground that illegal votes were cast for Penny. Attorney G. D. Florence, of this city and Robert Har ding, of Danville, Penny's attorneys claimed that the illegal votes were cast for McRoberts. The case was tried here before Judge Charles Hardin, who decided that McRoberts had been elected Instead of Penny, claiming that the illegal votes had been cast for Penny, Instead of for McRoberts. It was decided by Penny's attorneys to take the cose to the Court of Appeals at Frankfort, where the state's highest court decided that Judge Charles Hardin was wrong in his decisions. Petitions for rehearing will be tiled in la few days. And yet we've no desire to quaff A glass of foamiest bear. Correct. What does carrying coals to Newcastle mean? Steve Ulrlng a smoker In Pittsburgh. Qabe We have tha wireless telegraph. The horseless ear Is here. Willing to Stand Pat. Paint Lick, DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. Phone 387-BUCKEYE. KY. Prompt Service day and night. Beteh.l This world would be a fin old spot. aurely would Improve a lot. It If wa war all aa good aa wa Advise our fellow men to be. Names Is Names. Razor Hurt runs a sawmill at Ida. Hal-le- J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Rank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 Things to Worry About. A newly born giraffe Is six feet tall. LANCASTER. KY. Try This on Your Demijohn. Dear Luke: Little Brown Jug of tba days of yore. We've grown to lova you mora and more. Phone Your rotund body, glased and bright. Office Hours j 8 to mj12 a. m. 229. Banishes thoughts of gloomy night. Bo little Drown Jug. while your lips press. M. K. Benny anil W. A. Wheeler Tour answer 1 can only guess. This stolen kiss do not. rebuke. Doctors Of Dental Sargery. But whisper sweetly, softly "Luke UcLuks, Office: Stonnes Bnlldlogarai Hurt A Ander "Luke McLuke, on'i rnrnltnre store. "Luke McLuke." Ezra Prtff, Huntington, Dry Vs. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Never sing "God Save the King" at German picnic. Our Daily 8peial. When you are talking you are not learning anything. Luke McLuke 8sys: A can can't sea why the bedbug was Daily Health Hint. Office at Ralney's -- Lancaster. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Livery, Sublet Kentucky ever created. flea thinks about a hairless dog. Some men divide tbelr time between being mean to their wives and being; nice to other women. Daughter selects sheer nainsook with DaDy HDDon coscttcs and band embroidered medallions when sbe buys a new combination. But mother wants something substantial that will make good scrub rags after it Is worn out A woman can take one look at another woman nnd tell wbether sbe 'Is a real blond or a peroxide affair. Hut a man has to marry ber before be can tell the difference. Tho reason a princess knows that she Is going to make a grand housekeeper when sbe gets married is because sho can Iron a handkerchief by pasting It on the mirror of ber bedroom dresser. The sort of man wbo would feel con taminated If bis clothes touched yours hero on earth is the same lad wbo is always hoping that be will meet you In heaven. You can't tell anything about n wo man. She will spend two hours roasting ber husband nnd telling him what a no account, two cent pup he Is until be gets mad and slams tbe door und goes out Then sbe will sit dowu and write a long letter to her mother and tell her what a grand man ber husband Is, and bow thoughtful and gen erous be ts, and how happy they are. When ono of tbe children Is seriously 111 father will tell mother to go to bed and be will stay up. Then father will sit around and read 'for a few hours and then sneak off to bed. And as soon as mother heart father snoring sbe will get up and watch the child 11 But that ts just what rBuyGold Mcdah The Sure Growing Kind SEEDS SIID CO. Louis rfiVs, Ky. field Bur th.m from tout Iocs tan! dnlar. U be can't supplr you. writs ni direct. Ind and Main LOUISVILLE FIELD SEEDS. have a full line of high-graField Seeds which I am offering at very attractive prices If interested, ask for samples and prices. I W. Bush Nelson, Lexington. Kentucky. STRAWBERRY PLANTS at though nothing had happened. night and then prepare breakfast Fruitand Shade Trees Our first offering of the remarkable And father will go downtown and go around hunting for sympathy by stating that be dldp't get a wink of sleep all nlgbt because he bad to stay op and nurse sick child. Any real boy can wear out three pairs of shoes while be Is wearing oat one box of shoe polish. There are a whole lot of us low browed fat beads wbo Imagine we art lost at good as the man wbo tayt Mammouth Pearl Potato Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agta. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. 1841. 1915 "eytber" and "nytber." This Is a question asked us many timet each day. The answer is ' ;What Is the Best Romody For Constipation? CASTOR I A CASTORIA Childra, lor Infants and For Infants cad Cbildrea Till KM Yen Havi Always LOUISVILLE TOBACCO lMCOlrOUTIO WAREHOUSE CO., Louisville, Kintucky In Us Always SlfBsturi NARK GOINS. Markabury, - We guarantee them to be satisfactory to you. Bold only by us, 10 cent Ft. E. McRoberts Kentucky. Bear the Blgnatur ue bean Fr 0vM30YMrs eof Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Men I 1 You Do Not Take Any Chances Highest Class Of There is no one chance in ten thousand on a proposition like this. LADIES SUITS, COATS, DRESSES AND SHOES. ALSO MISSES AND CHILDRENS DRESSES AND SHOES. Here. We Give You All That Is Coming To You At The Time Of Purchase. Merchandise At The Lowest Prices Possible, DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. All the Newest Things in which we take pleasure in showing. Be sure to visit our store before making your purchase. New Goods Arriving Daily. J. E. DICKEcSON, Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record incorporated. $1.00 a year. I MRS. J. M. STILES, JOHN MORGAN JR. SOLD. FROM REMOTEST 'EXPLOITS OF ELAINE." -- in I .riraiirrimJimr-- n 'BirillrnmJlmrn! liSIEi:JIJl-,?- - .raralfmralfinrj) InraJIwmHpiral liJULSlllilJli SAVES pj UialLrTlia TO Mr. Mark Goins, of Marksbury, has DADTO AD limDin 1 HlUi) of Mr. T. O. Hill, his famous Ul II U ALU Issued Weekly. Says It Is Wonderful What Was Done For jack, John Morgan Jr. and will make Famous Medicine, Tanlac, Draws Inpedi- the season at Mr. Coin's place near ROBINSON. Editor. J. Her Alter Suffering Sixteen entS From Distant Points. Marksbury. This is considered one of R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor mid Mgr. tho best jacks in the county and should Years. Louisville, Mar. 11th., L. T. Cooper, prove a good investment to the new Interedit the I'ojt Office In . taticutrr, Ky the man who ele.ctnfled tho larKer cond CUm Mull Mmcr. '( owner. Mrs. J. M. Stiles, bt Pratt City, cities with his philanthropy, health Member Kentucky Press Association savsl had catarrh of the head for sixtheories and medicine, is now meeting teen years ami it finally went to my DARK HORSE ENTERS hundreds daily in Louisville and ex- Eighth District Publishers League. My complaint stomach and -- bowels plaining the nature of his celebrated OF PRATT CITY purchased This highly interesting and instruc p. tive serial picture has betn secured by j V" u"rron j l?ml WJ" "lnrt Bt anf,Ber ' Theater next Saturday after- - Ig: noon. It will b shown every Saturday ' p matinee and that night. So if tho pat-- ! " rons want a good seat they liBd belter (E comt. n.iy Bn( nvol tIle m$h that wl)t gl ,urey Cl,me when thU I)0pUnr ,,jcture Don't g? 9tarU ,lext Saturday niKht. Si mjs9 jj ' PAINT YOUR CAR YOURSELF Tnousnnds of No experience needed. car owners have successfully repainted cars with the ARSENAL SYSTEM. All colors. Enamel Your Own Lamps With Liquid $25. $75. Try OurMohair Top Pressing m Gun Metal. Lustre umlimtned by heat, stays on. STORM ES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky., March 11, 1915. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices ...$ 5.00 10.00 "or County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of Individuals or expression of individual vievvs, per Obituaries, per line line... 10 ; OS POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Central Record is authorized to announce the following candidates for office, subject to the" Democratic primary, August 7th, 1915. FOU GOVERNOR. Hon. A. O. Stanley. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE.' C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. Chas. C. Fox, of Boyle county. FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. E. V. Puryear, of Bovle county. R. W. Keenon, of Mercer county. J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. W, B, Mason. W. A. Doty. After a illness of several months, Mrs. Emma P. Grant, died at her home on Richmond St, last Saturday mornThese wonderful new preparations ing. She is survived by four children, are guaranteed to cure all forms of Dr H. M. Grant, of Norfolk Va., and blood disorders, catarrh, indigestion, Misses Ida May, Lou and Lillie, of this was variously named, catarrh of the stomach, abscesi of stomach and inI had bloating testinal indigestion. fullness after meals, pains in the chest and sides, dizziness and lightness of of the head; palpitation of the heart; mucous dripping from the head annoyed me greatly, causing a constant clearing of my throat. 1 had a dry, hacking cougli and very offensive breath The linings of my stomach were in such a condition that my food did me no good whatever, consequntlv I had not the least bit of energy and simply forced mvself to drag around. I have used three bottles of Andes Great Prescription and feel like a different person. It has cleansed my stomach so I now digest and a&imilate my food and mv 'whole body has been built up. I feel v. good when I get up I want tc go to singing and want to sing nearly all the time. I tell you Andes' Great Prescription has worked wonders for KENTUCKY RACE. H. V. McChesney. former State Superintendent of Public instruction and Secretary of State, formally an-- 1 nounced he is a candidate for the Demo--j He cratic nomination for Governor. will run on a statewide prohibition platform. McChesney is the "dark horse", and now it is believed that the field for the nomination for this office is mode up. The candidates are 11. V. McChesney, of Frankfort; Henry Bosworth, of Fayette county; J. W. Newman of Versailles; H. H. Cherry, of Bowling Green; A. 0. Stanley of Henderson, and E. J. McDermott of much-talked-- Louisville. GRANT. me." stomach, liver, kidney or bladder troubles, weak back, nervous rundown systems, and for that tired allgone feeling it has no equal. Try a bottle today and be convinced. Your money returned if it fails to do good. Sold in Lancaster by R. E. McRoberts. Don't forget the intertainment preparation, Tanlac. I To a group of friends at The SELLS INTEREST whtre ht is atonnltitr. Mr. Cooner t ' CIcTcland Rose Will Retire From Lancasstated that the medicinal elements or . : . . .. i. : i. . i i. : . Hiutrci tics, vtmtiiKu iu muite u(j ma ter Mills. medicine, Tanlac, came from many remote tections of the glnbe. The Alps, Mr. Cleveland Rose win has been iVpenineg, Pyrenees, Russian Asia, associated with Mr. Alex Walker in Jamaica, Brazil. West Indies, Moun the Lancaster Mill and Elevator Co tain States near the Rocky Mountains, and the Lancaster Electric Light Co., Asia Minor, Peru, India. Russia, has recently sold his interests to Mr. England, France, Germany, Mexico, Roy Schooler and will give possession Columbia and Peru were among the about May 1st. Mr. Schooler has acpoints he mentioned as furnishing the cepted a position in the mill and is now Tor the premier PrePara j discharging tho butics of ingredients tion. Mr. II. K. Herndon having resigned In his principal laboratory, the this place several weeks ago. roots, barks and flowers or the medicine in its rough, Is assembled under, the personal direction of a German DEATH OF JNOE.GREENLEAFII chemist of note and skillfully made to A death which caused universal nor- -' rj- obtain to the hiph tat of Bflieiencv is shown by the uniform prepara- row in this community is that of Mr. Hj that John E. Greenleaf, who passed quietly gJj tion, Tanlac. In sterilized bottles, made expressly lnl lmu ureamiess sleep on saturuay gjj rcii home on Lancaster at for the purpose, Tanlac is placed. gj ,K labeled, inspected and then shipped out Avenue. over the world where the demand Seel-baal- i. r. I i E Lancaster, Ky. FREES mm. 11 BalmacaaN March 31st 1915. JR., M f 1 OR RAINCOAT, with, every Suit, sold before A. D. KIRK, CLEANING, FOR SHERIFF. G. T. Ballard, Jr. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. II. Clay KaulTman. atj School Auditorium next Thursday night. MORE HONORS FOR MASON. Governor Jas. B. McCreary has just to Mr. W. B. I am a candidate for County Court issued a commission Clerk to succeed J. W. Hamilton the Mason, appointing him a delegate to the Southern Commercial Congress, to present Clerk. I have accepted The Chief deputies be held in Muskogee, Qklu., the last appointment in the office in order to week in April. No better selection could have been acquaint mvself with the duties of Clerk and having fitted myself to take made and Mr. Mason is very proud of the examination required by law, I tho honor. Mr. Mason is contidered sincerely ask and solicit your support. the best Circuit Court Clerk in the state and is a candidate to succeed E. M. Walker. himself next fall. His friends say he will. Railroad Commissioner. t are authorized to announce JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown, DANVILLE TO HAVE FAIR. Kelaon County, as a canditate for the A meeting of the directors of the Democratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner from the Second Dis- Danville Fair Association was held in trict; the primary election to be held the court home Saturday afternoon. It was decided to hold a fair this year Saturday August 7th., 1915. The fair this on July 21, 2! and 23. year comes about two weeks earlier PAPER ENLARGED. than usual. Mr. A. W. King, the The Junction City Picayune, our local buyer for the Liggett & Myers baby exchange, is growing as all Tobacco Company, was chosen to tho Mr. II. C. vigorous healthy children should. It is position of secretary. a newsy, well gotton up sheet and Bright, who heretofoio terved as here's hoping its shadow will never secretary, declined to take the place again. Mr. Fred Harris was chosen grow less. tressurer and declined to take the place again. Mr. King, the new secretary, SCHOOL TAX. s man and & hustler and is a Your school tax has been due since will make the fair a great success. July 1st, 1UJ4 ami the time has come Advocate. that I can not wait longer as the law required me to advertise and sell all WRIGHT'S ARM property that the Tax has not been paid. This I will do in a few days. So PREVENTS PLAYING. come and settle and save further penFloyd (Wrasty) Wright, the State alty and cost of advertising. E. W. Harris, Treasurer. University star outtlelder who Is un It. der contract to report to the Cleveland American league base ball team, Is NEW WAR TAX COLLECTOR. doubtful whether he will be able to Mr. Wesley Moore, of .Salvias, one play this season. An injury to his arm sustained durof the staunchest Democrats of the north nd of Mercer, has been appoint- ing the foot ball season last fall re-- 1 ed war stamp collector by Collector fuses to yield to medical treatment and John W. Hughes. He (Ills the position at present he says he Is unable to of Mr. Wallace Wharton, of Jessamine throw a ball with any degree of force. county, who was promoted from war Wright stated to a Leader reporter stamp collector to that of Income tax yesterday that he Intended to have his collector In the revenue office In Dan- Injured member examined by a sp-- I ville In the place of Mr. Victor Ruble, clalist and to do everything possible to who resigned to engage In other busi- get It into working order, but that h ness. Mr. Moore is a good man for I was not expecting to get Into the game this year. Ixington Leadsr. the job. We high-clas! I J I I I city. Funeral services were conducted at the home last Monday afternoon, by Rev. F. M. Tinder, interment taking place immediately after in Lancaster cemetery. Mrs. Emmn P. Grant, who was formerly Emily Price Graham, was born at the residence of her grandfather. Colonel William Price, the old Price hemestead two miles east of this place, on October 24th, 1837. Her mother was Nancy Jennings Price, the only sister of William Price, Commodore Cicero Price, Jennings Dr. Napoleon Price, B. Price and Thomas Johnson Price, and Ed Price. Her father was Benjamin Franklin Graham, a lawyer of this place, who served in the Mexican War with the rank of Captain receiving his appointment from President Polk, and was killed in a skirmish pre- ceding the battle of Monterey. Mrs. Grant was only ten years old when she lost her father and just eighteen when she sustained the Irreparable loss of her mother. iu inu ceam oi .uncy i riceuranam, her eldest daughter, hmily, became u beloved member of the family circle of Napoleon B. Price, where she was given every consideration of a tenderly cared-fo- r daughter for four years. She was married In 1S59 to Dr. James W. Grant, a young dentist from Virginia, who had located in this city, the marriage being solemnized In the parlor of the old Price homestead where she was born, the ceremony being performed by the pastor of the Christian church, the Reverend Dr. Adams. She made a confession and was received as a member of the Christian church, when she was about twenty years of age, Dr. Hatch then being Her almost four score the pastor. years were passed in this city and vicinity. Mrs. Grant was a most excellent woman, a type of the highest of her sex. Kind she was, and her sympaAt home thies were all embracing. she was the embodiment of a type of wife and mother that was true and beautiful. She held the esteem and respect of the entire community, for s she was truly one of God's best a good woman. The floral offerings were many and beautiful flowers seem to be tho best emblem wo have to express our love, fot we weave them around the cradle, the marriage alter and the tomb. Thus will we leave her and In memory keep her, sweetly reposing among the beautiful flowers she loved so well. To the bereaved son and daughters we extend our sympathies. A Friend. Ash-burcreu-ture- THE, TAILOR. REPAIRING. Phone 76. Mr. Cooper, having made an study of catarrhal affections, asked to exnress himself unon subject. He said; was that ' stomach, "Most of the liver and kidney troubles are due almost entirely to a catarrhal inflammation of those organs. The constant coughing up of mucus, dull, throbbing headaches, pains in the pit of stomach, and the persistent susceptibility to coughs and colds, are common symp. . and courage that was charac-siv- e tcrii,tic of the ma- - lle would ot nllow ''is suffering to interfere with the hap- piness of those around him. Mr. Greenleaf was born in Lancaster Sept. 18, 1850. and was the son of Win. He Greenleaf and Lucimla Stevens. came to Richmond in 1870 and during the long years that have followed, no man has stood higner in the community, or built up for himself a character 1 ? PRESSING, H Rex Theater Buldlnrj and teller of the hirst "Tanlac, the preparation I am in iliuiiuniti uuiik, hiiu yeura mier suttecu- ' condition, cd Mr. Letcher as cushier of the Bank troducing to combat this preserves your health, gives you re- now known as the Southern National, position he occupied at the time newed energy, brightens your spirits, which lengthens your life and is an unmis- of his death. Mr. Greenleaf was first married to takable, unfailing comfort to the Ilusby und after her death thousands who suffer from catarrh and Miss Annie to Miss Ida Jennings, a daughter of Dr its distressing consequences." Hnd Mrs. Wm. Jennings, of this county. Tanlac can now be bought In Lanunion three children were born, caster, at R- - E. McRoberts drug store, Of this two of whom. Judge J. J. Greenleaf exclusive agent. and Miss Van Greenleaf survive him. Mr. Greenleaf belonged to the order We are now prepared to paint your being Knightuutomobilcs, carriages and buggies. of Elks and was a Maon, ed In Richmond Commandery. August Mr. Louis Ott of Cincinnati will be in 1875, and had filled nearly all the posicharge of this department. bodies. He W. J. Romans. tions of honor in the various became Master In 1878, High Pritst of Richmond Chapter in i&i'i and again in BIG COURT" of 1600. and was elected Commander his Commandery in 18S0. and Many Cases Still In Session Mr. Greenleaf was a mymbf r of the Presbyterian church and for many years Disposed Of. has been one of its most faithful mem The second week 'of Circuit court bers. Perhaps no man in the county found every body busy and the dockets had more friends, and justly so. Albeing rapidly cleared. The following ways a man of modest, retiring disposimisUemeaner cases have been disposed tion, but genial and hospitable, he was of since last Issue, beside several civil a loved figure in the town. As a huscases of minor importance. band and father he was indulgent and Commonwealth vs Wesley Croucher, affectionate, the devutlon of his only breach of peace, confessed and was giv- daughter being a source of great pleasen fine of $5. ure to him. Commonwealth vs George Iiroaddus, The funeral was held on .Sunday afselling liquor unlawfully, was lined $20 ternoon at the homo and was conducted Injthiee cases. by Dr. R. L. Telford, of the First Commonwealth vs Mack Gay, disturb Presbyterian church, after which the ing a lawful gathering, drew a lino of body was laid to rest in the Richmond $20.00. Cemetery, where the grave was hidden Same vs same for breach of peace, beneath n mass of fragrant flowers-lov- e's inn.r,nn,hM.nn.,t,.,.ir,r lu" " UUOVB "V - "S LssssBsVJssssKsfli mIibbbbbbbb mIbbbbbbbbB ii hH jkwLl VIOLIN TEACHER. Prof. Gharles Sohemmel Violinist and Composer: Leader of Rex Theatre Orchestra Has opened Studio, Pupils Limited, Enroll Now. fine. Same va Wllhert Naylor, 11 of P $20, Same vs Lewis Stewart, II of P $20. Same vs Chas Tankersley, K. L. M., drew a $50 fine. Same vs Alex Watson, D. A. L. A. $25 and 10 days in jail. Same vs Willie Yanti, Running Auto without lights, $50. Same va Same, Excessive speed, $40 and IS pays In jail. caught It for $20. adjitional. offering. Same va Arthur Evans, disturbing a Mr, Grcnleaf was loved and likedby lawful gathering, fined $30. every one here andwasa brother of Mrs "Same vs Clifton Mullins, for disturb- Emma Kauffman of this city, to whom ing a lawful gathering, $30. much sympathy is extended in the loss Same vs Will Prather, D. A. L. A. $23 of a devoted loved one. PIANO TUNER. ' Eat what you want and not be troubled with indigestion if you will take a before and alter eacli meal. Sold only fey us 25o box. R. E. McRobsrts You Can Enjoy Life JtSsSSS Tablet He Is also an Expert Piano Tuner," Factory Man. Action Repairing, Cleaning, Oiling, Regulating and Voicing. . Can soften or make brilliant, the tone of yoar Piano. Guarantees all work satisfactory, rates reasonable. If you are Interested, call him up. Phone 166 or write P. O. Box 314. Studio at Gulley House, Dan' ville Street, Lancaster, Ky. entral Record, Thursday Mch 11 1915. Page 5 WE SPECIALIZE ON PRETTY f I J Ik &k THESE ATTRACTIVE l"5 I BUY HERE And Secure I I, I J r SYRACUSE READY spuing MODELS have jusi arrived i f r ImJ& or OLIVER, l7iie7?' A SffyT Gossip About People A fttltt Mention of thf Comlny and Ooinji I y Thou Vi't Art Inlertiltd In. MADE PONY COUPONS for SUITS. and COATS at o ss SEJgEjJSE, AND JOHN DEEREI Mr. Ilris Conn was here Monday SEE THEM. Your Favorite. "SSL Popular Prices. 1S& L. Kriltfft !1 &JE" 'M, ISLm ZLE3 SCHOOL NOTES. (By Wm. F. Miller. Mrs Poole Perkins was a visitor at the school Friday morning. Dro. S. H. Pollitt delivered the wel- come address Tuesday morning. Mrs. S. A. Hill. Mrs. C. A. Sanders and Mrs. Mirtil were our guests Monday morning. School now begins at 8:lf instead of 8:30. The first bell rings at H and the last one at 8:15. Thus school closes in the afternoon 15 minutes earlier, which makes it 2:45. The teachers very graciously entertained in honor of the L. II. S. Foot ball team Saturday night, the hours being from 7:30 to 10:30. Many games were played. Miss Webb rendered several beautiful pieces on the piano and a lovely time was spent A delicious menu consisting of coffee, sandwiches, gaigj, canjy and frult was gervej. At 10;30 the boys left for home loud in their praise of the teachers and the faculty who gave them such an enjoy-a- n CO. r C. m K -- Headquarters for Genuine Steel Plows, best plows made. Jno. Deere and Oliver Sulky Plows VULCAN PLOWS at Cost, Come In and get a Mrs Hen Ham and Mrs Koherc Rankin spent Wedneeday with Mrs Charles Itnnkin. Miss Helen Voting, of Mnysville Ky, is the charming visitor of Miss I'utsy Fhe Womans Club 1 Wo mititi mli 1 YOU'LL FIND II IN THIS COLUMN. s J free coupon on toe Automobile with each cash purchase of one dollar. business. Mrs. Anderson. Miss Nora Drown has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Drown, of Pans Ind. Judge C. A. Hardin returned to Lancaster Monday having spent Sunday in on in Hurrodshurg. J. M. Mount has been quite for the past week. Mr. George Haddad. of oriental rug fame, presented our club with a beautiful oriental table cover. Its need was obvious to Mr. Haddad, therefore it is Useless for us to say how timely it was We and how much it is appreciated. will say tho, It was indeed kind and Mrs. J. Hoe Young and daughter, of liberal of him and it is a thingof beauty ill Maysville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. and will be a joy as long as it lasts. The last Club meeting was a delightMrs Huyden Leavell has returned ful one. Mrs. James Kinnaird conhome after a few days visit with Mrs ducted the meeting, Miss Nancy WalCharles Itankln. ker gave ui illustrated talk on Modern Mrs. Itussell Drown has returned French' Art, Miss Helen Gill talked of after a pleasant visit to Dr. and Mrs. Watteav and his place in the world of art, Mrs. Theo Curry told of the life K. J. Drown of Stanford. and work of Greuze. Miss Richard Or. S. 1. Grant and wife, of Danville, lluckner Spindle in her own inimitable attended the funeral of Mrs. Emma way torn us oi ner visit to tne ixiurvei Grant Monday afternoon. mentioning many of tho worlds famous Miss Gertrude Jones of Danville, pictures it contained. will be the week-en- d guest of her cousin, Miss Altha Jones. The favorite argument against worn- sulfrage lies in the assertion that Miss Mattie Kstes was called to Crab Orchard on account of the illness of the women do no not want to vote ine IsIiicuku iiiiiiinries luinisii a her nephew Mr. Ed Estes. William Anderson. For Sale;-- 8 foot extension table. Theo Currey. Entire new stock of groceries at M. Turner's. Clover Dest grade of Timothy and seeds at Marsee's. at Northern seed potatoes all varities, M. C. Turners. ll J. E. Mount, Son & Co. fSPRING CLEANING IS AT HAND. Mr. and Mrs. I'ool Perkins spent the ilav in Danville. Monday. Sellman is the attractive guest of Mm Minnie Iliown, Mrs. Elizabeth Dillon, of Stanford, is the guest of Mrs. N. Miller. Miss Annie llerndon has returned from a pleasant visit to I.onisville. Mrs. J. II. Woner, of Stanford, has returned home after a pleasant visit. Kd. ('. Gaines is in Louisville attending a meeting of the Insurance board. Miss Johnnetta Karra spent tlie week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. Charles d For Sale Cheap:-Furoom furniture. tf. set oak dining Mrs. W. H. Mason, Mrs. It. J. SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORN EGGS from healthy farm range, winter layers. Fifteen forCOcentsone hundred for $3.00 CASH. Erie C. Farra, Lancaster, Ky. Box. 272. Everything in arpets, Mattings, Druggets, Furniture. We give free coupons for the Automobile. Harry Anderson Phone No. 5. Notice! Poultry Raisers CURES f.hnlpra. finnes. I.imherneck. Roud. CanKcr. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry :r,v,;:.'irrr 'Oo. J.op J Rmr 4.1 M4 AwJ down th. Wl J . (M. W31 n.nl. Mfo. R, Kt-. 4-11- -44 lb C. i CMMMetd iy J. Soil. Crumt. Birdilown, SOLO UV Ky. Prke 50c t si I Dru&lHi. R. E. McRobcrts. Druggist. Lnncaster, Ky. THE QUEEN OF THE Kitchen "Nil S Z-s- S br I J 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. Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g Go If you want a photograth that will represent you as you are we know you will like what we make. We make the latest styles in brown and cepie tones. Besides we have all the latest tle evening. Tne hamsomc reccption given by cards and folders. Just opened Gallery ,l faculty to the parents, at the on north side of quare. C. I. Ogg: Ballew. decisive nnswr. school building, was by far the most Mr. W. II. Collier, of Dull Jellico. Mrs. Ilarve Mcltoberts, of Stanford, who say! elegant reception Let those of the season. The 5 per ct. has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ky., was In the city Monday, the guest they oppose women voting because guests were welcomed by the following of his aunt. Mrs. U. D. Simpson. Mcltoberts this week. women do not wish to vote read the j members of the faculty; Misses RobinYears 5 5 Miss Mattie Adams was the gracious story of the Chicago primaries and then son, Mason, Hatcher. Ezell. Mrs. Joe Iluruside has returned from Loans made on real estate. Smith. If you Cuvington where she visited Air. and hostess on Tuesday evening in honor of forever hold their peace. Morriss, Webb, Tinder, Drashear, An need cheaper money on long time, see Chicago women voted as though they her pretty guest Miss Nell England. Mrs. George Mcltoberts. derson and Mrs. Caneer. The Parent- - me about it. wish to vote. G. B. Swinebroad, Miss Ann Davis Mcltoberts, of Stane proving very Mrs. J. I., l'arks is spending the Moreover, the woman vote beat Car- Lancaster, Ky. besides coming in touch week end with her son Mr. V. C. ford, 8eiit last Saturday with her ter Harrison out of the nomination for with the parents and discussing ques- cousin, Mis. Diehard Duckner Spindle. may0r. l'arks and other relatives. SWEET CLOVER. The total registration in Chicago was tions vital to both teacher and parent a Annie May, tho pretty little daughter Or. Hugh Grant lias returned lu his C'W.OOO. of which more than one- - ulightful social hour was spent togeth- home in Vn., having been culled home of Mr. and .Mrs. Lesley llerndon, is about The great new fertilizer and About half the t,r when, a delicious menu was served, visiting her aunt, Mio Annie llerndon. third were women. by the death of his mother. equal to alfalfa in hay and registered vote wns polled, and a great-- 1 after which the guests departed for pasture. Write for price list of seed Mr. Givens Terrill. returned from er Mr Alex Denny and daughter, Mrs. proportion of registered women t,1;ir homes feeling it was good to and "Free Circular" telling how to James Duncan, are enjoying u recupera-- 1 Florida lust Monday, very much im- voted at the primaries than registered have been there. grow it. proved in health and says there is no men, showing clearly that in Chicago live stay ut llattle Creek, Mich. j JOHN A. SHEEHAN. place liko Kentucky. at least there are more men who do1 Mr. Smith, of Middlcboro is the MflWPV It, D, 3, Falmouth, Ky. 1U LiAll. liUllLl Tfl IflAM Mrs Charles itankin who hes been in not vote than there are women. guest of his faj'nd Mr. Itaymond Chicago is one of the greatest and the City Hospital ut Danville has been Applications received for loans from Hughes, at the Simpon House. THE BATTLE IS Off. token to Cincinnati Hospital to have most truly typical of communities in $1000.00 to $10,000.00, on improved and Mr. Karl Tuten. who has been in an operation performed on her eyes. this country. Chicago men and Chicago! unimproved town property and farm At Duncan's Barber Shop, the germs Cincinnati, for some time was the women are fairly typical of the men lands. Iuterest 8 per cent straight, have fallen and sanitation is now in Mr. W. G. Anderson, who has been week-enguest of MUs Eliza Todd. ami women of the whole United Suites. Interest payable annualty or seml-an- control. A complete, newly furnished confined at his home, for most of the In the light of the Chicago vote, it j nually. Time: one to ten years. Mrs. S. D. Turner and little daughter shop with razors, clippers and shears, winter; we ure glad to announce is be conceded on all sides that some plicants for loans will please give Annie Ucllc of Lexington, ure hero the carefully sterilized and all linens daily much improved, and his friends hop argument must be produced cription. location, and valuation of pro-- 1 laundered. Twenty years experience guest of Mrs. Turner's mother Mrs. to see him out again. ngainst woman suffrage. Ilelle Austin. petty offered as security for loan. at the trade has fully prepared us to The following invitations have been If State improvements and valuation of guarantee perfect satisfaction. Give us It never was a sound argument. Miss Emma Boner, of Louisville, received: ex - same. women did not want to vote, then a call. will be tho vllicient trimmer in the tension to them of the privilege to do We want County representatives to It pd. Mr. and Mrs. T. W.Moore, Arthur Duncan, Manager. millinery department of Miss Minnie receive applications for loans, appraise announce the marriage of thir daughter so could do no harm. Ilrown, this season. propertp, ind serve as our exclusive June i Miss Marv Cotiell, who has been With the announcement that Lex- representative. Attorney or real es-- 1 to with her sister, Mrs. Charlie Askins, ington is to be the place anil Mav tate man preferred. Ned Wurner Applicants for in Wilmore, for some time, is visiting the time of the approaching annual loans, and applicants for acencies at friends and relatives here. meeting of the Kentucky Federation positively required to furnish at least Romans Opera House DELICIOUS LUNCHES Miss Itebcccu Williams, who has Monday. March Fifteenth, Nineteen of Women' Clubs, a certain definite- - two character references and forward ness is given to work in the club, in postage, five 2 cents stamps, for ap. Hundred Fifteen. been teaching at Knoxville, Tenn., was ' The plication blanks, full particulars, and called home by the critical illness of Yourself and Friends uro Cordially In the district and in the State. WHILE IN DANVILLE rounding out of the yeur'n work, the prompt reply. Write Southern Office, vited to Attend ner moiner, airs, jonn Williams. i 7:15 to 10 p.m. Admission: 5 and lOcts election of officers, the financial obli - Southeastern Mortgage Loan Assn., may be obtained at the .Mr. nnn mm. j, t . iiollzclaw, gations, the selection of delegates, tho Fourth Nafl Bank Dldg., Atlanta. Ga. tcrtalned tho U. Y. II. U. of tiling of reports and and the laying uf SHOP PERFECT Ilaptist church last Friday evening, HWAR. BUT NOT WAR PRICES plans for another year all are closely Corner Main and Third Streets Delightful refreshments were A Convaloscont associated with this meeting only two Food prepared in our LuncheOn buggies, wagons, harness, stoves, months' distant. requirra a food tonio that frill rapidly " Mrs. James Anderson, of Cut, arriv. onette Department in a meat build up wasted, tissuo paints, oils, wire fence, steel and gal Whether chosen by accident ordesign I'd last week for a visit to Mrs. Sue careful and sanitary rranner. W. J. Romans. vanized roofing. j Lexington is of all places theproieroiie She reports Jim being in Anderson. annual meetthis, the twenty-firs- t for the best of health und enjoying SAop " Being the is most contain? ltijophotphitt ing of the organization. THE PROPER CAPER. rcliablo prescription which wo a Incorporiicd Kentucky Federation always recommend for that purpose. birthplace of the Kentucky. Danville, Dr. John Stout was a pleasant visit, The Carlisle Mercury hits the bull's the appropriateness of celebrating its R. E. McRobcrts or in our town Tuesday. John lived eye thusly: A majority there is most obvious. with us when a small boy and we have Now doth the busy candidate dozen yeurs ago in 1903 tho Federanever outgrown our fondness for him. Ship out his bunch of gratis Plate; tion met in the Uluegrass capital, durlie lias made good in Danville where Hut Country Eds, uro wise, by Heck: ing the presidency of Mrs. W. S. Per he is very popular. And fire it back, if minus check. kins. The years have brought enlarge- - J i ment in numbers and in the scope of Misses Marlhu and Helen Gill enOUR EXHIBITS FOR SPRING BEGINS and the local committee promls- - x work, tertained at dining in honor of Mrs. GOING DOWN. ir es great things for the occasion, lluckner Spindle and Mrs, James decline In wheat is partly due to This Tjio Phoenix Hotel has been selected Covers wero laid for twelv Anderson. served in the prospect of the opening of the Dar as Federation headquarter, and the ) and a delightful menu, danelles' letting out Russia's surplus. avusilniii will be held there. Manv noted ' V j courxes, was enjoyed by tho guests. and partly to the blockade declared by speakers will be heard, and enough of 5 and continues throughout the market season. In it musical comedy given in Louis- the allies against shipments of food the social will be blended with the in- r r. You will profit by a visit to our big nnd attractive display ville last Friday evening the Times has stuffs to Germany. And it will probatellectual, the artistic and the altruistic the following to say of one of our boys; bly go lower. to make attendance a delight. Quite n "J, C. Hemphill, as the hero, was as OF TAILORED, DRESS AND PATTERN HATS large delegation ftoin our local club HA dashing and impetuous as the most TWO PLAYS COMbiNED will go over, some staying for the en exacting heroine would have had him", and Smart MILLINERY for all Occasions. tire session while others will only spend J PREACIIERSVILLE. AT rlX one day. Mrs. A. K. Hundley, who is in the We have as our Designer and Trinimer, Mrs Nell Faler of 2l I' ... .U.I . .. : P.- - C.I. 1. Danville and Doyle County hospital, "The Old Aunt's Visit" and "Back .lint 31. ror oaic. liic m .1 iiiiiiuu jwaciiiuai-tjiuai- i .. . . iuimiiery, rj. flJUls, ?iu. is doing nicely, and her legion of To The Countty Store,' will be given 120 egg size. friends hope for her speedy recovery, by the Preachersville School League, Friday evening, March 18th. (Every- Has only been used two seasons and is Messenger. Mrs. Hundley, also has a great many body should come and help a goal in good condition. m at Mrs. J. Wade Walker. friends In Lancaster who arc hoping cause. Performance begins promptlf . 10 and 25 cents. Phone st 7:30. Admission for her a speedy recovery. 1- -2 percl-Money- -5 1- -2 ! I j ""'"""f"". land-build- ' ! I I d st er ! 1 jCaciies; ' n- tPcrfact ! Saturday, Ttfarch 20th, 195 a I T CM 1 7frs ifteila jirnoid raics. a 324-B- Page 6 Children Cry for Fletcher's A The Central Record, Thursday Men 1 II I 1 II 1 II I I h Struggle For a Fortune Slory of Hastcrn Su perstition By F A A One day n tnnii llvlint hear I tin prom There Is no eml In I he ntiertltloii Ises went to Aityn's father mid tnld him that a few weeks lW..re he hid of the eastern heniNpherH. In India there Is a firm lieller In the trniisinlgm started on a journey at 'i o'clock In the tnornlim nnd had seen the dead body Hon of souls that K wheu u unman being dies the soul pusses Intu the of a row removal from the priest's premises and n live row ItHtaMed In Its body of mi Inferior iinlnml place- - This settled Acyn's fate, and There was a woman. .Vlnnat who no.r rather made with arraiiiri'ineiits lived near Calcutta who was ossemisl Cnstotia l.s n harmless snhstltttto for Castor Oil, Par some persons engaged In the unities-- , of a larger ahare of this world' good n.iil Sootlilni Syrups. It is iileusnnt. It Borle, stfungllns unmarried girls to put his of than Is usual to mijr one In that conn daushter where kIih contains nclt!icr Opium, Morphine, nor other Nnreotlo him no uoiild try except the rulers She was old and more money Htilistaiico. Its nco 1)4 Us gtmrnntco. It destroys Worms nnd allays I'evcrl.sliiiess. Tor nioro tban thirty years It Infirm, and the ouly n'iuu she bad tn Agya. who men go into th the lias been In constant tt.so for tho relief of Constipation, comfort her was a sou. wbo was lu bouse to rotifer with ber rather and Flatulency, AVlnd Colic, nil Toothing: Troubles ana poor health suswti tbo iur.rt of ihe confer Plnrrlin'.i. It regulates tho Stomach nnd llowels, Nlrmnl mined her Imit, he growing ence. listened to It lu and iisslmtliitcs tho l'cxxl, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. weaker every day, till at last he died heard her father agrv to lake Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. In her amis l.n vlnu tin-- body. !,. a wood near by and deliver herher Into to Met went out Into the yard, and the Mrs! thing she saw was a uewborn calf executioners The time uphiinted for trying to balauce Itself on Its leg and this deislIt was one week from that daj Xow. was Itustuui "In. had hoglooking at her with Its tlould eyes. She ged Kadur for work and become one of Bears the Signature of did not doubt that her son's spirit had guards of the nrn Agya did not passed Into the rnlf ami. going to It. the tell her threw her arms nlxiiit Its neck and had laid rather that xhe and her lovrr a plan to her Inherit crooned over It. for so great was his leteiein e If ever u (limit) nntiiial was born Into mice, prlesthixxl ror the that this noiild de the world "with u silver shou la Its feat the plan mouth" It was this cult A room on the prohletii hyIliMum .until notfurole marrying her he the ground floor was prepared for It. had ant n rtix-- In the world with a door that would enable It to to Ittixtiim In applying to Kadur tor out and In at will. At one end or the work hoped ) lull he might lie given world. room n trough was built for It rood. the duty or watching Kind You Have and since It did nut eat dainty rood It tendedlooklng out for the mw and In $1000. an opHirtnnlty was given a plentiful supply of such to exxe the fact that she w not Powerful, ns a calf require the original tsiw that ns s calf had When Xlrmal died she left her for world. Ixstlllle the l'llll.dlllient of the .rlt tune tu the calf, nppolutlng nn ad or Xlriunl's xon Heir l the mlnlstrator and guardian. At the mil fortune that was and the m his iteath A to mal's death the fortune was to paw tu to Agya. ir he roiild as L MT. HEBRON I!J l .1 ll'.l- - Or Hi xugn PATRON OF aiiuuic the testator's little niece. Agya. then fraud iHissllilr be inlgbtnot automODlie. Willi kill t'o seven years old. Xlrmal was aware Hut this wonlil lw dllllciilt n Mrs. Lanam Is on the sick Hat. HOME INDUSTRY. that It might be to the Interest of some oue iTson was trnx.il with liei inre one to kill tho calf In order to get po , Mr. A. O. Montgomery's children are In- Kirl He gets up at the alarm of a Con session of the property through Agya. and any such attempt hy the ottx-- r care victims of whooping cough. necticut clock, buttons his Chicago wbo was but n child and unfitted to nonld be rollisl takers. Orbin the little son of Mr. and Mrs. suspenders to Detroit overalls; washes defeat such n purpose. Xlrmal there' W ben Agya heard thai six- nx to fore appointed Kadur. a priest, whose be strangled his face with Cincinnati oat In L. E. Speaks in on the sick list. that lUy week knew Pennsylvania pan; sits down to aGrand "crc1 ca"lng she believed would make It behooved her to be up nnU doing Rev. Lear of near Wilmore is con him honest, to take care of the calf. ducting a meeting at the Bourne school Rapids tcble; eats Chicago meat and This man bad charge of a temple Slur coutrlved tv get word lo Itnstiitu of tbe situation that he inlgbt make Tha easiest car ia th world to drfre. The greatest all arovmi bill Louisville flour, cooked with Cincinnati house this week. . body. I ""s.c.u "no U muni-- ..UU IUIU I1W baste In tbe sacrifice of tbe row that C. noma stove. ..! m.u. u car ia the world. The car with a pure stream-lin- e ou ne plows pe wbllt wouI(1 nnppen t ,h d sbe might be saved. I 11 Itustant deter Miss Lucille Speaks of Highland A piow ana(I.bow to avoid adverse decrees of fate mined " ..141- to pot bl scbemr In operation spent a part of last week with her wnen Deaume comes he reads a chapter The oracle was the priest himself, whi at onctt. cousin Miss Christine Speaks. from a Bible printed in Boston, says a I was concealed at tbo other end of the Tbenr U no dearth of potwxu In Mr. J. M. Vanderpool of Lexington prayer written in Jerusalem, crawls speaking tube, whence came tbe voice India, and Itasiuui would buvr no under a blanket make in New Jersey, Those who received Information drop ditllculty la mixing one of them. In the was with his daughter Mrs. A. 0. only to be kept awake by a Lancaster ped coins Into a receptacle set up fot cow s foilder. Toe trouble wsm tv get Montgomery last Friday night. cat and a country dog the only Gar the purpose, and tbe money was appro witnesses- of tbe aril mal's deutn. In printed ty tbe priest. Miss Nettie Hunter who spent a patt rard county deed, this conld only he done- hv ror products on his place. Iluslness at tbe temple being dull ruptlng tbe gunnL ftc tlustun nttllinl of last week with friends here has wben Kadur was left tbe rare of tbe that wben she died kadur wxulil returned to her home in Nicholasville, u) One or the Other. in If. be relegated tbo temple to an thoxe wbo were cognizant of hemusith Mrs. Crawford "Do you Mrs. Joseph Duncan and children think other and accepted tbe new position to keep It a secret. If liusiniii en were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har you'll be able to keep up with your not that tbe salary be received as nil deavorid to forvstaU blm by .orruin neighbors?" Mrs. Crabshaw "If we mlnlstrator was more tban his profits Ing rison Dean Saturday night and Sunday. bw wno tbem cant, my dear, we'll move." Judge. as oracle, but tbe Income of tbe estate rayed by blmxelf Ilk rusebe would is-tany of tbem nr. Jesse Kay sola his farm near would enable hlni to feed tbe calf anil xent away and tbe girl he loved wixtld Bourne to Mr. Herod Pains price $2220 still bare- far more than be could make he xtranglod Itustnai decldisl iiim to More to His Liking. Mr. Ray and family will leave im at tbe 'supernatural end of the speak attempt to bribe any ene; the risk wax Proud uncle, showing oil small Ing tabe. mediately for III., where they will re too great. nephew of saintly countenance and For a few yean be enjoyed tbe Mr side in the future. One dark, morning before dayticsi seraphic eyes: "Johnny, wouldn't you qulsltes of Ms administratorship: then Rnstum arose and. urHy dressed. xicJ- Misses Mary and Katie Sherrow and like to be an angel?" Johnny, with tbe calf, whlcb bad meanwhile become out Into tbe yard aad.tnklngisimeewaa-hustlhle- s little brother Johnnie were the guests cold scorn: "Not so long as there's a cow, died. Kadur. having no Idi-under u a show for me to become a baseball of giving up a good thing, substituted where be from concealed pile of nibbfeib of their cousins Misses Elizabeth and bad tbem. placed pitcher." another cow and kept us heaping ui I hem against tbe' cottier of the him Christine Morford in Jessamine Co. tbe funds. Saturday and Sunday. where was kept nnd net UnBy tbis time Agya had to n to them. When tbe flames, were well Explosion of Oil Lamps. marriageable age. She luid often Mi started he raised a cry of Are nnd'heetu Best Treatment for Constipation. Oil lamps do explode sometimes. ed tbe cow la It uuinger and knew lo break down, tbe door of the uiarrcvr. but very ector, not only the oil 'My daughter used Chamberlain's heated In seldom. wayIf It may becomes Ita body. ltKadur dut rverr xiiot on ostensibly to rescue the cow HV had any explode. u well the day before weakened the door, autl bad Tablets for constipation with good re- Also If the wick Is too small for tho as he could til row of which Service Station, Somerset Street. he wax it gave way under bis blows jiixt be sults and I can recommend them highly" burner, the flame may penetrate down guardian, but it was thai fore persons- appeared on tbe eertie writes Paul B. Babin. Brushly, La. For Into the oil reservoir and Ignite tha he should do- no exactly Kvery twtcli Itustiim, rushing Into tbe manger, tmk on vapor ana air ana cause an ex of color was .sale by all dealers. hut there mi. bis clothing and little syringe-froplosion. In the original a bluet Catalog or Demonstration on Request. ot tu white thrusting It Into tl cow. xqulrretl the behind ear that wns not pre routent under her skin. Then. uio.s Ln the- witwtltnte flit enlng her, he led ber one Inm Hut yard PAINT LICK After the ward ran died Kadur !! By ibis time Plenty of Smiths. wbo. were im: Agya fmtu rlsitliiK the it ty only by day nppeamd'and persons The unassailable supremacy of the Miss Jeanette Eldridge was a visitor fear lag that she would dliivei In the- neighboring bouxes began to Smiths" In London can be estimated in Danville Saturday. Trie- Hit-- fraud. Ue told lining In. tu belp put out the Are Ka that be hail from the telephone directory. Mrs. Jane Estridge of Richmond was honorable family of Jones, for example. had a dream that Iter FEEDS FOft FOWLS. Yes Many People would lur came down half dressed' ami. see . nor to. death. Akj-i- i grew viiipl lug that the cow bad The? a.viaitor here tne paat week. occupies not quite four pages. Lave told ua the same atcry distreaa wtveil. iuui B after eating, gasabeartburn. A Supplied In Abundanct Miss Nannie Blacklev of Pee Wee Robinsons, who havo a place with the i'Iuiih aad found a way to rWIt the tered thanks to Vlxbuii nnd pnmil-e- d manger when Its guardian wax ji Thraugheut tha Ysar. Itnsruiu, whw, be wux told, nnd xal.il Valley, is the guest of Miss Marv Lear. greatest, do not require two pages. large rewnnl begin on page 762 and mid discovered the siibxtltullun Iterlnalni; ln the early fall, when tbe Itut xinldcnn Miss Mollie Mayes, of Richmond is But the Smiths Aeya hn itbe luiule this dlttincrt "'ill- he-- was rejoicing no her sufet" befme and after cadi wal will rtlleva fillets ore put In tbe laying bouse they end on page 770. the guest of her brother, Mr. Harrison mid passed tbe uce wbni Indian idrl hegna lo stagger and 'In annihei are given green com fodder cut fine In yoK. Sold only by as 3Sc Mays. are uiarrled. for they wed In child a fodder cutter. Stnlka, leaves nnd iioment fell dead In prewm-of the R. E. McRobtrts hood, and, since unmarried trtrli In xsembleit crowd. nr cut together In pieces nverni; Whale Among Fishing Boats. Mr. E. L. Woods has purchased a Should be Engraved or i tlist eouutry lire couxldertd A soon as Agya's. rather beard f Ing ntsHit Inch lu leugtli. The A large whale struck the Ashing handsome Buick touring car from the birds eet this rhupped corn fodilrr en- 1. 1. was earful that she would lx put the death of the animal that stood boat Jane recently, while It was Embossed nowadays. Danville agency. SOLDIERS IN EUROPE greedily. It Is ono of tbe beat green She had 1'ivn ilm. bis daughter mid ber fortune b gaged in herring fishing Are miles nit of tho way Mrs. Robert Hill, of Isabella, Ten- oft Olrvan, Scotland. The boat was far saved by tbe roct or foodi for poultry that we have ns yet prwiiw Instituted proceedings In the courts to it reflects good taste and BECOME SICK WITH been able to find, writes Professor nessee, Is the guest of her parents; Mr. undamaged, but tho Incident caused tivf Inheritance: but. now that .'ii. give ber )NResson of It and. there he utter another would nomlii;Uh Ins many witnesses, f tbe cow's death at once creates a favorable Raymond Penrl In a reeent Maine c and Mrs. W. 0. Anderson, considerable alarm among the crew. pertmeut stntton bulletin. Ita useful fortune mid Kadur would nl bad no trouble lu getting It out of the KIDNEY DISEASES Miss Louise Rice has been on the The S. S. Allsa. lying between Olrvan hold impression. nrli the Income, she feared that If nesK U limited only by tbe sensun hands or the administrator When this , sick list for the past but is and Allsa Craig, narrowly escaped havbecame known xhe would l within which It U possible to get It. had been accomplished Instead or turn ing Us propeller fouled by one of three Suppose you come and tee rapidly improving, much to the delight traiiuli'd Tbe original com uhiiIiI lug ber orer to the executioner be laid Doin's Kidney Mil The feeding of corn fishier I cimtln whales which were In tbe vicinity. Are Being Supplied of her many friendJ. now Ik ten yitirx old. anil Aio's' fa the many beautiful samples plan to marry & to a rich merchant ued uutll tbo frost kills tbe plants Free to. The Suffering Men. thcr was thinking that It wan tluif kuc Wben tbe com can no longer be Acyn tnld bee rather how Ituxtun. The Dramatic and Glee Club gave we have and get our prices. "hould die. Agya, mnr girt. wa In had saved her. but be would not cabbage Is fed. The supply of this Playing Safe. their entertainment at Kirksville on It. The lorers asked hlni If he Any of Oar Readers Cao Try This Fa- usually lusts through December, lu What will you charge," said a an agony of four lest lie hlmuld u Friday evening and in spite of the THIi pect fraud, make an Itivextlmttuu auil the event of the supply of rnhbiige dreadful weather played to a good young man to a jeweler, "to engrave discover that a new heir had receded would be convinced ir It were piiel mous Rrsaedy Without Expense. falling lieforo It Is desirable tn start poisoned He that the cow had on the Inside of this ring 'From George house, tho oats sprouter the Interval U titled Juit SeaJ For Trial Box. to Alice'? It's an engagement ring, her property, for ln knew that tin one said that h would nnd In that rnxe Mr. Ruben Ralston accompanied his but I have to economize, you know," would have power to dereat the rax out by the use of mangold. would consent to the marriage. tn of n priest In the nml turn then exhumed the cow, cut rlec 13 to Muy 15 green Prom sister, Mrs. Rodney Griggt to Well, sir," answered tho jeweler, "I callt.v Hardships and exposure In the cold, sproutedabout .Inn. oats form the sourco of green from Iter, took It tu an laigllsti rlicmlt wet trenches is crippling Indianapolis Wednesday where she will would advise that you merely have her fortune would lie mnxldered lit Auya about tills time met n ronnt nnd asked him to una tyre It The warring European soldiers thousands of food. Prom about May 1.1 until tbe remain for several weeks under the the words 'From George' and then It with kidney Dally Optlmlstlo Thought. man. Ilustum, with nhuin sin- - Ml In hemlst resrtcd finding poison, and troubles and rheumatism. roni has grown enough to cut frenb care of a specialist. Mr. Ralston will do to use again." love, and be loved her She ii.iiIIiI.h) the lovers were married with tbe con Tbe light was given for ail. The foreign offices of Doan's Kidney clover from tbe rnugu Is used. During returned home Friday. to him tbo situation, and the two pin sent of their parents Pills are doing a good deed In giving the summer tho growing chicks on the Mrs. Laban Kirk and children of their beads together to form a plan of As for tbe priest, he went hack to this famous remedy free to every sold- range nre given Dwarf Essex rape and Ntvcr Had a Chance. Paintaville who have been spending Mike waa out gunning for ducks with killing tbe cow and getting tbe prop he temple nnd resumed bis work as ier who wants a box. rnt green corn fodder tn supplement n Co. of Buffalo, N. Y n oracle, nt which he tbe grnts of the range, which rnher t some time with her parents, Mr. and a friend, wbo noticed that although erty. This would be n dtUciilt feat to accomplish rnikers of Doan's, state that they will rapidly dries out nnd becomes worth It would be next to Find enp up money nt the exs-nsof til se Mrs. E. C. McWhorter, returned home Mike aimed bis gun several times he be glad to send a trisl of their medicine less as a soiirro of green foorl under Impossible to get at the lienst. for Kh who believed Friday, Mrs. McWhorter accompanied did not shoot It off. At last he said: free to any reader of this psper who our conditions. Tho very young chicks This story may Is- "Mike, why didn't you shoot that time? dur bad got wind or Aura's visit m Hi, will write them for it. them and will remain several weeks. Are You manger and kept xereral hirelings with gauzy, la tbo brooders nro given tbe tops only hut missionaries who iiavi Tbe whole flock were right In front of . Mr, and Mrs. RoDert GuvnenteJtain-einliored nmons you." class "01 know," said Mike, "but orders to keep any one from aiveiua Thero are meny recommenders of of green sprouted oat rliopped up fine on Saturday evening in honor of every time 01 aimed me gun at a duck the cow: secondly, there mimt l w'l In India will testify that, while Doan's Kindey Pills In this vicinity. may be Incorren fcaiures In It, their their Bon, Mr, Iwis Guyn and Mrs. another wan came right between us," nesses that she was dead. Here Is a list of users who have publicly Due day a youui: man appeared hi la little or no overdruwlnu Guyn. The occasion was Mr. Lewis Everybody's Magazine. endorsed Doan's, Guyn's birthday, and a number of Lancaster Endorsers Of Doan's friends called during the evening to The undersigned hereby give warn Mrs. C. T. Urummett, Crab Orchard St. Growlna Old, many happy returns of the wish him ing to all persons not to trespass upon Will C. Davis, Danville Tike. Growing old U a proceas from which day, our lands for any purpose whatever as Frank Hibbard, Water St. there li no eicape. becauie the chem- we will prosecute all offenders to ful Mr. Lewis Guyn has purchased of Icali ln our bodies are so constituted Mrs. J. W. I'umphrey, Danville, St. lest extent of lew. Hunters and. Mr. Will FlUpatrick his farm lying on that they must Inevitably undergo It George Wright, Hotel Kengarlsn. Woman's Tonic Fishermen especially take notice. the Wall ace ton pike. As possession Old age Is fatally written In our tis W. M. Zanone, Crab Orchard, St. It. L. Elk in can not be given till next January Mr. sues from tbe moment they come Into It. C. Faulkner It. F. D. No. 2 Box 1W. Ed & N 11 Price W. It. Cook. Mrs. Itebecca J. West. and Mrs. Guyn have taken pooms with being. Tbe drying up wblcb marks It Mrs. B. F. Walter, Hill St. begins wben we stop growing and beII. 0. Arnold. Mrs, Vina McWhorter. The people of James G. Conn. given with every subscription, I. D. Austin, Stanford Pike. Pony Coupons come more and more rapid the near AT ML MNMITS fM Paint Lick are glad to welcome these er we approach death. Mrs. H. G, Crutchfleld, Stanford Ave. J. C, Morgan, We will add other names for 2fieents New or Old. r friend bade info their midst C. T. Urummett, Crab Orchard St. cash. Tho Kind You Hnvo Alvrnya Vonght, nnd which lirn been In mo for over !J0 years, lias homo (lio alirnntttro at nnl litis been mrulo under liln pcr- Honal Mipcrvlslon since Its Infancy. sj&f-t-tr- ' CUCAiAC Allow no one. toderelva you In this. " nro but All Counterfeits, Imitation!) nnd "Just-iis-RoUxperliuentft tlr.it trlflo with nnd endanger tlio lienlth of Infants and Children Experience, ngalust Experiment, MITCIICL the place where the priest lived nnd I applied for work. Ue declared that he I had bad n food for several days tun' begeed as nn esieclal favor that he Is-- 1 permitted to work for a little rice or n , He was turned away by tin. J meal In seelnu the' servant, but occupant of the premises In this he' succeeded, a I'd Knilur ituve hlni n tein I porary Job to watch the cow with thej others The triiliL'er on xii'luu if cow made a ki.lim- - puttlim hl ra.v on the tloor. for the ra a "acrtsl Hit- - ml of ri'tereuco animal In India won Kndur's lontlilwi.i. ami tie iravfi the stninger a ierinaiiciit x....n n. i fT0 J&w 1915 Model What is CASTOR IA Pros I iit xr coii.i-ilmi'i- GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Always Bought c.. The "Wonder Car." The sensation of the auto The biggest automobile mobile value ever offered under fast silent and one of the easiest riding and most economical cars in tho family splendid, fully equipped real tension magneiu, Jinis oear transmission, left hand drive center control, anti skid tires on rear and m. Practically All the High Priced Features of High Priced Cars Holds the road 1 1 ! . at 50 miles an hour I - Is-- - the-co- H. 6. Carpenter, Stanford. Ky uiatt-lu-- Ituiw-wlbl- - dupIU-utis- On Garrard Milling Co., Lancaster, Ky. the-rig- - - ln-- r I -- Personal Stationery undi-xtn- er one-hnl- hi-- r isl Central Record. Foeter-Mllbur- e a Womu? d l'i-r- POSTED ts SUBSCRIBE FOR I Cardui ii- The Central Record Tin 1000 Iki The Central Record, Thursday Men 11 1915. Page 7 During the Year 1914 Policy Holders in this Company Received Benefits, Including Death Losses, Dividends, and Loans On Their Policies Amounting1 To Over Central Life Insurance Co W. H. GREGORY, President. Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. KAlUlAItD C1HCU1T COl'llT. I'laintilTs, Krancis Turpin, et al, VS Will LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. (AKICAUD U. W. Callebs If You Aro Nervous and arc lofing weight, we recommend that you take Candidate For Nomination Clltcrr Admr. VS. COt'ltT. I'lafntilT. as Auditor of Public Accounts Is Well Known Farmer and Live Stock Man. Emu?sn for a short time. A prescription which we gladly endorse. R. E. McRobort. Defendant. l'ursuant to a judgment rendered at l),im Callebs, it al. Defendant. 11)15, the undersigned 1'ursusnt tu judgment rendered at the March Term, tlio March Term. l'J15. the undersigned Coniiiiit'ioner will sell at public auction, Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court Mouse door in Ky at 11 o'clock, A. M., or the Court House Jour in Lancaster. Kv., at 11 o'clock, A. !., or therualHiuta, on !, 1!15. thereabouts, on MONDAY. MAItCH it being the flrst dsy of the Carrard MONDAY. MAUCI1 'X. 1915. Term the real estnte it being; the first day of the Garrard County Courtthe pleadings and describCounty Court Term the real estate mentioned in ed as follows.' mentioned In the pleadings and On the wuters of Hack Creek in (iar-rans follows; County. Kentucky, beginning at a Ijocated in Garrard County. small black walnut and IkiuihI.mI as follow a: ileginnimr stake in n branch, a Kinler; thence down the same with its at an ash stump, line to J. V. Scott, a meanders, N 14 W 5S.3 poles. Kill E cornrr toll. V. binith (now I'uorinf the II K)ies, N 'JJ E it', poles, X 10J V 'M land herein conveyed: thence N K IV i7. 7 lioles to a slon in the line of II, thence N 22 W 2(1 poles to a stake In R Smith (now 1'ixirl. n corner to Mar Hack Creek: thence un the same with garet Kobinson; thence N US polea to S ftlj W 12 poles S W W a stone in the old llarrodsburg dirt it meanders W 13.2 o)e S SU les S 60 V .10 road; thence N G3 E 10. t polea tn the 42 pole S W 15 iwles S 20 K 3I.C poles. llryantaville &Canel(un turnpike road S 221 K fC3.5 iwles. S 40J W 17 les to thence N at B 31 tmles; thence N ftS E a stake in said creek; thence n new 41.1 poles, N SO K 15, pole to the N 87 E 80 oles tu the beginning, Northwest corner of the Methodist line acres, the Parsonage, but directly opposite North containing 77 convejedIleingJohn same to tract of land eail corner of store room in the by, W, II. Dent.ls I.ear and l'eter ami Cane Itun turnpike road; Spainhower. by deed dated January 1, les S 82 W thence S H K 2 polea lh9;l, and recorded in the Garrard S8KIJ Iole SKH'I ole; thence 8 Count v Clerk t Office in Deed Hook Z. 8 K 7 (Kilea; thence N 80 K 11 (mles; 478. thence S 7SJ pole to the center of the page This land la ordered sold by the ComIlrvantaville ami Kork dirt road to n missioner for the purimse of dividing corner to the lands conveyed by C. J. ' Spilman to J. C. England; thence S -- 1 the proceeds among the plaintiffs ami defendants as their rights may be V 77 nlos to the beginning, containing the said land being jomtlynwn acres. Ileing the same tract of land convevwl to O. W. Callebs by H. ed by the parties to the action. TEKMS. C Huhle ami wife, by deed dated Jand uary 2. 1911, and recorded in the The sale will be made on a credit of County Clerk's Ollice in Deed six ami twelve months and tht Hook No 32. page 137. will be required to execute This land is ordered sold by the Com- bonds with approve! security for the for the purpose of paving purchase price, one half due in six missioner the debt of II. (. Uutile, amounting to months and one half due in twelve aVW0.no. with Interest from Jan. 2. months, bearing six er cent interest 1914, until paid, against said estnle, from date until paid, having the foree ami to settle the estate of (!. Y. and elfect of ft judgment upon which Callebs, deceased, execution may issue, payable to V, II. Hrown, Master Commissioner of the TERMS. will The sale will be mad.- - on a credit of Garrard Circuit Court, and n lien until be reserved upon the property sold six and twelve months and the purpaid. chaser or purchasers will be required all the purchatn money is ;. c. c. w. ii. mtowN. m. to execute lionds with approval security for the purchase price, one half due J. E. Uobinson. Att'y for Tiffs. in six months and one half duo in Capt. A. M. Ilourne, Auctioneer. twelve months, hearing six )r cent interest from date until paid, having the force nnd elfect of a judgment upon which execution mry Issue, payable to V. 11. Hrown. Mailer Commissioner of the (Sarrard Circuit Court, and a Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. lien will lie reserved upon the projwrtv sold until all the purchase money is Amiin:. paid. W. II. imOWN. M. C. 0. C. C. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Itichmon J. K. Uobinson. Atty for TlfTs., with I, & N to Frankfort; & Louisville; Capt. A. M. Ilourne. Auctionser at Winchester with C & 0 to Lexing. ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & lounljr Court Days. Ashland, at I'aris to Cincinnati. Itichmond, 1st. Monday. No 71; 8:33 a. m. 1'ariJ, 1st. Monday. To ltowland & Stanford connecting Frankfort, 1st. Monday. at Rowland, 1, & N to all ointa South Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. No 28; 11:01 a. m. Islington, 2nd. Monday. To Itichmond, connecting with I, & Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. N to Irvine & Heattyville. Lexington Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. & Cincinnati, Middlcsboro & Knoxville, Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. No 70; 11:50 a. in. Danville, 3rd. Moudr. Tu Itichmond, connecting with fast Lnwrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. train to Cincinnati. Nicholasvllle, 3rd. Monday. No 27; 2:09 p. m. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Junction to Eliznbethtown & Howling Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. Green, und at Uurdstown Junction to I,ANCASTEIt. 4th. Monday. Uardstown & Springfield. Winchester, 4th. Monday. No 9; 8:42 n. in. Montlcello, 4th. Monday. To Stunford, connecting with fast Versailles, 4th. Monday, train to Uriatol & Atlanta. al. r, i 1 j 1'ur, et POULTRY and EGGS SEASON FOR BROILERS. Demand For Two Pound Chickens Comas In Winter and Spring. The broiler scnwli tn New York city opens practically In February. in March and reach hlsh wa ter mark by April, writes M. K. Itoyer in tue jew loru sun, mere is atter that each month a cniilual decline un til August, when the 'market beeomes The Allen 34 When you pay S895 for an Allen 34 you get S89S worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. j Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen 34 hu in Allen 37 honepower Weiton-Mott We build intecrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization is Krone and permanent. Wc are in the automobile business to stay. floating sxlc, mohair top nnd leather upholstery. Wamertnns mission and steering pear. drire. d expand-iri- lar, Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in. upholding our reputation for civine the greatest possible value for the price we net. If you have been vaiting until you could buy a stronir, swift, safe, handsome car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the 895, is the complete answer to and electric starter. 110-inbrakes, whrelbase, demountable rims, aluminum crank rae and aluminum transmission caietu equip mtnt electric lights Allen 34, carat (lar-rar- tjiss Factory Representatives for Southern Ohio, ndjaccr West Virginia Territory. Southern Indiana and entire Stale of Kentucky. Dealers i Write or wire for agency proposition Kenton Motors Co. your requirements. In itytt, finish, mr, tontmj if tftralicn, tquipmtnt, strxictatU qualiiits and price, Allen cars lake tie lead The wetfbt of the car i$ 23vQ 1U.. which, !th the power of the motor, iasutes economy of open lion. W halld flv other mod It, hrc roadster ad l wo louring cart, rent ail In nrlco from lo $1395 2X&:tor H. H. COLYER. RICHMOND, KY. a L. & N. Auditor of Public Acthe Imuortant consld. oration clvcn In clixHr.g un olhclal that will measure up to the ability ind tltncss fir thls hlch rfilce. submit the testimonials of those Informe-of ni prhnte life. To bo Auditor of the great Commonwealth of Kentucky Is not a new ambition Ita honors nre supreme and worth flchtins for, I nra no. entering this contest iim tho advice of n few local friends. A careful sei.itlny by my friend v from ee.ry section of the state of nil tho usual polltlcd conditions have determined that my representation in this primary it not llfcety lo bo a final second. 1 am n farmer and live stock dealer I am Interested in gysteraliliiB of agricultural Interests for greater rwiidta and less hardships. M political rhpiratinna have been focused on this offlreforqulteawhlle. ISellcvIng now that the ejection experience of the Democratic voters of Kentucky In tho past has pnt them to the dangers and syidem or swapping atato otllces, Inspires mo with the belief that tho time rtr' and the voters are ready to give to Kentucky's administration what they want In tho form of n square deal. I believe hi lighting ror Justice and meriting tho honora given. I hellexo that oiriclals should be required to do ns the tolllnn rariner-ea- rn the emoluments of his offlco by tho sweat of his brow. I belleu- - that when even-- ' official of Kentucky has labored nard tor nn economical administration that the taxpayers will he trre.itly relieved. I am not for creating more pfflces, hut for dispensing with every one that Is ruperiluons. I began voting temperance, and will fortlnt'O to 'o he na long as I uic tho sovereign ilttlit. I am for tho election of every IVmocrat that Is worthy enough to win his Humiliation, anil for tho defeat ot eveiy Hcpiihllran, whether ho won or stole his nomination, ns In either case he would be wrong nm' never right If I am electol which believe rrom tho public expression I will be I promlsn n.iw that tho Commonwealth of Kmtucki will neer have a cause for siuplclon of Irreeular msniiement In my ollice: and that every cmplojo will he of the highest typo of Illness for the ilutleH assigned. I expect to conduct my campaign cm purely honorable Democratic principles I am ns much opposed to violating orr election laws ns I am of every other law enacted by n rlchteons tribunal. I hope to have the pleasure or meeting with every Democrat In Kentucky between now and tho "th day of next August. When tho final t vaults will have been declared I will cherish tho memory of tn supportcm and will fight for Democratic su. I AM A CANDIPATi: for Hip tesix nsible ofllce. of counts i( Hio state ot Kentucky Itivonlilng 1 When winter snows cover the hens dusting places a duet batli nenr a sunny window should be provided or Hce will multiply. A box 3 by 4 feet Is larre rnoueli for forty lien?, end road dut Is the best for the purpose. Ashes kilt lice, but blench yellow legs and Lime, spoil plumage. sulphur, hellebore and louve fender mixed with earth tn the box are simply waste. They lose their strength In the mixture, nffect the hen's respiratory organs and often make the bath so obnoxious that hens win not enter It. tlio lat three UuctuutliiK. mouths of the year there Is little call for broiler. A rlilcKen censes tu l.o a broiler after It cxcwils two ihiiiiiiU In welKht, i enters a clas Unuwn dri'wMil. It Tlio tcnonil as siulnir chicken. Is for tilnls that will uot excel pmiwN. ilressjil. one niiil Miin.li usually enlN for one uixl minls, April for one niul anil May fur one ami 1 qRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR C3 71 73 m tn 73 73 73 73 73 FAST WINTER SERVICE TO BtoH i73 to to to to to 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 FLORID A via m Itol (toll SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the.South "ST LOUIS SPECIAL" equipped train: throughDrawing-rocPullman Sloaninrr Cara to Ashnvilln nml High-class.ste- el .TueL-ennvll- Hiring to to tlK-i- to to to " j, j ..J l itne-hi- lf STEEL COACHES-NE- W one-ha- lf to to 73 73 73 DINING CAR SERVIC All Electric Lighted to two iiH!iila. 1 prcm.tey. RAT CORN .V'- 4- Testimonial From Madison County Democratic Committee. "In tiehilf of thb Democrats r Madison county, and through many ether nit'iTBpntntlve Uemoerats rrom other sections or the state, I take pleasure In presenting II. II. Colyer to the Democrats of Kentucky, as a man capable and worthy tor the high olllco or Auditor or Public Accounts, which he- - Is now seeking. He la now and has always been loyal and ag. grosslre for the niccesa or Democratic supremacy. Ills morals and Integ-Hlaro above reproach, U nominated, we predict that ho will lead our Democratic tlclet in Novemlcr. Hcspeotrully. V. r A. It Mummifies Them. Registered Hereford Bull SEASON 1915. Harmless to human beings or live stock. Kid your place of these pest without smell or danger. Order a can (oday. l'rices 50c and $1,00 ran, 6 pound pail Two miles from Lancaster on the $5.00. Postage paid. Hat Corn la guaranteed to do all we say Richmond pike. Service $2.00 Cash. R. E. "Chairman Democratic County Committee." The "Kentucky Heslster" and "CUniax Madlwinlan' of Itichmond, Ky., say, regnrdlng Mr. Colyer; "It Is a pleasure to endorse a man or Mr. CoIycr" worth for any offlco that ho may seek. Wa have known him long and Intimately, and can testify to the iplendld quality of his Democracy, nnd to the valuo or his services lo tt party. Especially does It give us pleasure to say something or Ids value to tho cewsrapers or this section, lie has been one or tho strongest rrlrnds tho craft hat ever had, He has been a consistent Wend or the local publishers, lias supported them morally and financially, and hag always taken an active Interest In the uplirt and advancement of tho Journalistic profession." LAND FORD. HENRY. W. B. NELSON, Leiir.toD, Ky. Tho hroller for the winter market must 1h attractive looklus; to coiuuinml n ready sale at trixul prices, luiui chickens, neatly ilniscd. free from pin feather, with nnwIUil skin ami with clean lepi, will tlnil a reaily sale, while poor stulf rikm bwKluc. A fat broiler U n rarity. The tiest that can In- done, generally, N to have them plump, for the natural tendency of the chick H to uo all niitrlmi-u- t for growth and development. Tliu innlii iwlnt I' to grow them rapidly. Sonio bmiler raisers nre tludlug great virtue In cottonseol meal. It U eluluicd that, while It does not fatten. It puts on t flcu. The breast of tlio broiler at ten weeks old, It I said, will bo u plump as u partridge's If n small amount of the cottonseed meal Is given dally. One of tho inot practical broiler es pert the first day give nothing but wheat bran to peek lit. The next day railed oats are given, and this Is contlu ued until the ctilck are teu day old. keeping dry bran, charcoal nnd tluo oyster shell by them all the time. The chicks nro fed ever)- - two hours all they will eat up elenn. After ten dayi he feeds a moist mash In the morning niul evening C(iiiikimi1 of eormuinl. middlings, bran mid ground oiiIh, with meat scrap In pniHirtluii to the age of tho chicks. It Is best to give these parts by weight. At noon hu feed fir pr:irki'.t inirii Htitl k,..uit, .num ' stuff by them, so they can cut all they want, until the lust two weeks. - Other Fnmom Southern Aiken Resort. Savannah bummervilie rn to Augusta to Charleston Columbia ); 73, 73 73 to Very Low Homeseekers' Fares Winter Tourist Excursion Fares Stopover and othor special features. For information ns to schedules, fares and through sleeping car service communicate with your local agent, cr II. II. TODD. District l'assenu'cr Agent .Slurbs OulldluJ, Lnuisvllv. Ky. to to 73, to to 73 73 to 'SRSR SRSRSRSRSR SR SRSR SR SR SR SRSRSR Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have mads Ms lumo famous all over tlia United States anil Canada. Composed of Roots, Ilerbi, Darks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. rurslcy's Indian lltrus Days' Treilment, Dakota Jack's Con boy LUUmrnt .Dakota Jack's Crcme Soap, Price lOc.JUart ON tl 00 2S tie SALT DAKOTA JACK Tt NcHthocttcrn Cobo OSiaiN4TOS OS at R. E. McRocerls. C. C. & J. L Slormts and PURSUY'3 INDIAN HERBS i Page 8 COOD CATTLE SALE. The Central Record, Thursday Men JUDGE JOHN E. NEWMAN. Announces His Candiercr For Railroad Commissioner. 1 1 191 TOBACCO GROWERS ATTENTION. SMI Mr. Alex Walker sold 40 head of silage fed cattle to Mr. Sim Well.of LexThe cattle averaged ington for $7.25. about 1105 pounds. W. H. Burton sold 24 head of nice fat ones that averaged 11SK rounds, to Mr. Weil, for $7.35 n hundred. These cattle were fed liv Mr. Ilurtun 117 days and tlurlnir that llmo thev "took on" 276 pounds each. This Is about 2 pounds a day and is n They were, feu pretty Rood record. corn, cotton seed meal, cut oats, and sorghum. FARMER'S COLUMN icxlngton, Kv. March. G, 1915, To the Tobacco Growers: Doubtless you have heard of the meeting at Lexington on last Tuesday. If you have not, you had better find out about it. It is the only thing that promises to make tho coming crop sell better than the past one did. Are you willing to have another season as disastrous as the past one? If not, get Into the organization and help to do what we can td improve conditions. The reports to the papers Indicate that more .tobacco will be raised this year than ever. Listen to the reports of the weekly farm edition of the Lexington Herald: From Clark, "Many tobacco beds seeded; "from Scott, "Farmers make ready to grow more tobacco, lessons to the past brushed aside;" from Nicholas, "Preparations indicate that another crop equal in size to the last one will be grown thisycar;" from Bracken, "Everything points to big crops this year, notwithstanding both a reduction ard a cutout were talked of." An organization to sell this tobscco is the only hope. Are you ripaee below thla headmen fof the eicln lee uae of onr lamer iibacrlberi, and It lor! the aale of itock,tiatn and inch thing on farm aa the larmer cannot aftor.l to a, Iter tlie. No notice will be accepted near four llnee, and will be only In 'wn taetea of the krnnn, free of charge SSsnI FOR SALE:-- good boar. For brakes. Sale:-Alio- Poland china Odus Nnylor. WHAT STAND onx dozen ennd hemn R. K. Speaks, Lancaster R 2. a WILL YOU TAKE? We have reached an age, In which no one stands still In life, we must either advance or go backward. The children who have enrolled In the Pony Contest show they are Inclined to advance and are now bending every efyoung lives Kellogg. fort known to their pony out-fi- t, to which the handsome This noted render and impersona- rightly Is the chief desire of every entor will appear nt the school Audi- ergetic American boy or girl. The real pony has no higher torium next Thursday night, March lovable Shetland claim a boy or a girl ambition than to Admission 15 and 25 cents. 18th. for his friend and associate, that he may bear their burdens, do their bid ding, and contribute to their pleasure Flag of Delglum. Safe and The Belgian flag perpetuates the and lessen their sorrow. colors of the duchy of Brabant, and affectionate, and with a confiding inwas cdopttd when the monarchy was nocence that frightens at nothing, he set up In 183t. The red. It' should be becomes a protection, and never a noted by those who wish to use It cor- menace. rectly, forms th8 fly of the (lug. the With childhood and ponyhood so yellow the middle, and the black the is naught us hoist The Russian Imperial navy files blended, we feele there contest isforyet the ancient blue salttre of St. Andrew to .say except-thyoung and there Is plenty of time for on a white ground. energetic children to enter and by a little enthusiasm on their part, with the assistance ot their friends they could force ahead and win. REPORT OF THE CONDITION this week will Itemember, how-eve- r, nut bo wasted by those who are already in the contest, the same will be the case in the following week and so on. So don't delay but act toda- ynothing ever comes to those who wait. txo.as'at-'.- ' The difference between a hustler and a KY.. AT THK OF LANCASTER. waiter is simply this the hustler gets Close of Business March 4, 191ft. what he goes after, and the one who waits deserves just what he gets. KKHOUKCKS. What stand will you take? . IHH.010 41 . Lotus and dlecounti The Record gives 100O votes for Urerdrafu. eecureCtf .... 134 M UnMCiued I 11 S every dollar paid on new or old subU. 8 Bond! ileloelteil to aecure cir- ttjon i 50.109 CO scription which is an effective way of cnlatlou (par velnel. Sohecrlptlna to etock of Federal incteasing your standing, by securing FOR SALE:-On- old mules. J. 3 and one 2 year W. Royston, Marksbury, Ky. I RULES FOR THE PONY COMMERICAL CONTEST. Jeannette Jewell Citizens National Bank Lfi amount unpaid Baoklug'-houa- Keeerre Bunk 11.7(0 Oil furniture and ttxturee One from Federal Keaerve Hank . Una from pprod lleaeree Agent Oft In Central Keeeree Cltlea. tl-Dnefromapprored reaerve agent In otner reaerve cltlea pnjta it Due trotn Iiankiaud baukerf lother tban Included In li ir 11). Ontilde check and other caeh Heme KI AO fractional currency nickel. amlcenH .totee of other National Hank t.Awrnl. Specie and 1J0 CO tl-'- 00 t.M.'Jl 7 .WO (10 ,toj 00 00 S7.l 8.1O subscriptions for us along with the votes secured by cash business with the merchants, you can easily cope the prize, and in so doing show the .public the stand you have taken In life. Rye Qrass Long Cultivated. Rye grass Is believed to be the old est grass specially raised for forage. having been thus cultivated In Eng land more than two centuries ago. Appeal for Help. Ruth, who Is two, was visiting her grandmother, who had some summer boarders with whom there was a little boy whom Ruth disliked very much, but who was fond of hex. One day when Ruth was seated on a porch bench the little boy came up and sat down close beside her. She tried every method to remove him and finally called In desperation to her grandmother: "O, grandma, please do come and help me; Ise too much squeezed." 51 69 In this Issue of The Record will be found the formal announcement of Hon, John E. Newman of Brdstown, for Rallioad Commissioner of this the Secoml District. Following is what The Kentucky Standard, Judge Newman's home paper has to say of him in announcing his candidacy; 'It Is a matter of great pleasure that The Standard learns authoritatively that Judge John E. Newman of this city In? has decided to become a candidate The organization was formed at Lex for the Democratic nomination for ington March 2nd by which every grower Railroad Commissioner of this the gets a vote in the election of officers second District, which is composed of and a say in the selection of a plan. JeHerson, Franklin, Fayette and most By It the growers elect on the last Sat of tie counties in Central Kentucky. urday in August of each year their Considering t'ie great Importance county officers and a delegate to the of this office, and the services to be district board. There will be a meet rendered by this commission to the ing Saturday, March 13th, in many people of the State, when rightly and counties for the purpose of discussing intelligently administered, it ought to the plan, and there will be another dis be a source of congratulation to the trict meeting in Lexington on the' folvoters of this district and State, when lowing Tuesday at which your county Send a good a man so splendidly and exceptionally ought to bo represented. well equipped to render elfective and delegation and if no meeting can be vuluable service to the people, of had for the purpose of elrcting a fers himself as a candidate for this delegation, come yourself; ynu will be welcomed to a seat on the floor ind it office. and voice in the deliberations of the body. By education, long training, actual experience in doing the work You can then take the news back to no man in the your people. of this commission, The Lexington meeting of Marrh 2nd Slate of Kentucky possesses higher qualifications than Judge Newman adopted no plan, feeling that it was for performing the responsible duties something that could be best done by a committee after careful investigation; of this office. More than eighteen years of his life but there was much discussion of this Have been spent in connection with matter, and letters were read from the the various departments of railroads. biggest buyers which indicated a desire Hi is thoroughly familiar with cost of to aid in the formation of an organizarailroad construction and operation, tion that would remedy conditions and especially is he familiar with, which they admit are bad, If it will at and an expert in, the matter of rail- the same time protect the buyers irorn a fluctuating market and make sure road rates. The adjustment of railroad rates, so that one manufacturer does not get as to be just to the shippers of the his supplies cheaper tban the other. FOR SALE:-Sl- x good hemp brakes. Mrs. RebeccaJ. West. James B. Woods, Paint Lick, has some young mules to loan out, and some good baled hav for sale. rooms in dwelling of For Rent:-Fou- r Mrs. Vina McWhorter, to responsible parties. RULE 1. Any child not over sixteen yenrs of njje who Is not a Pure Brown Leghorn eggs, fifty child or jlrnndchlld or niece or nephew of Miy of the pnrticipntinjj cents a setting. mcrchnnts, mny become a Contestant in the Pony Comimrclnl Contest Mrs. Fred J. Conn, Route 1. by enrolling his or her nntne nt the place of business of all of the e yearling short horn merchants who are joint participants in this Contest. For Salci-Nic- I. B. Shepherd, Paint Lick, Ky. bull. RULE 2. For all money paid to any of the pnrlicipatliiR merchants (liirinj the progress of this Contest, cither on old accounts or R. L. Cox, Paint Lick, has for sale on cash business, 25 votes shall be jjiven for each 25 cenls so paid: 10 a S year old horse, I year old mare, discretion of the good workers, 200 bales hay, 150 barrels vote coupons and 5 vote coupons mny be usrd nt the merchant. corn at crib. Robt. Fox, Marksbury Ky. Good milk cow for rale. Fresh and a good miker. T. L. Yuntis. FOR SALE:-Fift- y silnge seed corn. bushels of picked A. T. Trajlor, Stanford. Ky., It. K. 1). No. 4. RULE 3. The only exception to the above rule Is that In case n newspaper is partlcipntinj'. said newspaper may give out 1000 votes for every dollar paid on new or old subscriptions, but sold newspnper shall nward the regulation number of votes fcr all otl.cr revenues of its oflicc. FORSALE:-Threegood- 3 year old RULE-I- . Under no condition shnll the schedule mentioned mules, two 4 year old horses, some above be changed nor shall any additional voles be awarded by nnv stock shouts and two good milk cows J. H. Prewitt. merchant at any time during the progress cf the Contest. No coupons Marksbury, Kv, except those printed by The Contest Compnny shnll be considered vnlid coupons NOTICE Pursuant to a judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court, in the case of Albert Huffman's Admr. etc vs. Albert Huffman's heirs etc. the undersigned commissioner will at the Court House door in Lancaster. Ky., on Saturday, March 13th 1915, at two o'clock P. M.. rent tbe lands belonging to the estate of the late Albert Huffman In Garrard County Kv., on the waters ot Sugar Creek, where he lived, containing about 155 acres, on the terms set out in the orders of the Court in this case. The renter will give bond with good surety for slid rent, without interest, Said rental bedue January 1st 1916. ing for the rest of the year 1915. W. II. Drown. M. C. G. C. C. RULE 5. A sealed ballot box shall be placed in the store or office of encli participating merchant for the reception of snid votes. Said box shall be opened by said merchant in exactly two week from the date on which this Contest starts. The votes contained in said box shnll be counted by him or by parties selected by him and the result of said counting shall be kept a secret. RULE G. Said ballot box shnll be opened nvery two weeks thereafter during the progress of the Contrst; the bnllotH counted in like manner and the result thereof kept a secret. RULE 7. As an incentive to the early casting of votes and to facilitate the counting thereof, the following bonuses shall be given. The votes cast for each Contestant during the first period shnll be in creased by 50 per cent. In other words, if Contestant A has 100,100 votes and Contestant B 00,000 votes, 50 per cent shall he added to the vote of each so that A will be credired with 150.000 and U with 135.-Gvotes. RUEE 8. The votes cast for each Conteitont during the tctond period shall be Increased by 40 per cent the votes cast for each Contestant during the third period shall be increased by 30 per cent; the votes cast for each Contestants during the fourth period shnll be increased 20 per cent; the votes cast for each Contestant during the fifth period shnll be idcreased 10 per cent; the votes enst for ench Contestant not be increased at all. during the last period-shall llaxtT KiaaaYE 1H Leealtender notei Redemption (and with U. 8. ureMootinoretheuaper cent of .. circulation) 218 40 W 70 00 HAHK. 17-- '" 00 WOO 00 IJ.00il 00 Treae- JfJSW HI 00 Total LIABILITIES. Capital itock paid lu Hla.440 no IVI.00O0O 45.000 00 Burpluafuud ! Undivided profit Reaerved for Take ternal and taiea paid. ! 5.WJ) KIM irt.nll HI curren eipeuie. InTV.1 t .. .50 too w Circulating Note. line to bank and baoker (other than Included In 5 or l) Individual denoalt aubject 1J.1.410! to check Cerllrlcatea of deposit due In leaa MIT 5U.U00 we 00 81 315 than) day a Certllled Check. Depoalt aubject to SO or more dae notice Total . . , BTAVK , f 1.100 hit Ou D 1.VUWJ 111-- 20 Ou 1"0 $11,707 00 I3IK.4IO Needed Explanation. In an English police court an onTecr was giving evidence against a woman accused ot robbing a pawnbroker, and assured the magistrate that, on his telling the prisoner the charge on which he bad taken her, she "turned i'miic- i- Atteit: from htm and swallowed a I. IWU L. ivuui 'Director!. a pair ot corsets, two brass candleJl.U'iuia, i II. K. IIVDW. and a belsticks, a smoothing-iron- , Have you lost lows!" "Nonsense! your senses?" said the magistrate. "Your worship, 'tis the tickets for OF THE CONDITION REPORT them, I mean, she swallowed." : KlNTt'Cltr.COOXTr OrtiAKSASD. I. W. K.t'hamp. Caahler of the abore named bank, do aolerauly awear that the above itate meul la true to the beet of ray knowledge and W. F. t:bamp. Caahler. belief. Subaerlbed and aworu to before me thla Vth. darof March 1I5. Denny. Notary Public. 8.1. My Commiaalou Kxplre Jaunary 21, lvlfl. OF bed-tic- State? and at the same time not unjust to the railroad is one of the most delicate and difficult tasks with which tbe Railroad Commission has to deal and unless the members thereof possess considerable technical knowledge on this subject, thev are powerless to deal with it effectively, however intelligent thev may be on other lines. It Is a knowledge that can be acquired by the most capable man only after months snd years of hard labor. Judge Newman has spent more than ten years of his life in the actual and practical solution of these rate problems, and by reason of his profound and intimate knowledge of these matter, Mr. C. C. McCord, (now a member ot the Interstate Commerce Commission) when he was Chairman of the Kentucky Railroad Commission,, in duced Mr. Newman to take charge its rate department, in which capacity he rendered valuable sarvice until the Republicans secured control of that comlesion. They declared that the manufacturer could make as much money on a high market as on a low one, provided he purchased on an equality with his com petitors. They also Indicated that there wa on serious difficulty in an organization selling your tobacco buyers at prices much directly better thanare now being received. A plan based on these facts seemed most popular at the meeting; but in case no such plan could be practiced, it seemed to be the concensus of opinion that a cut-owas the thing to do. This office will be glad to answer all inquiries promptly upon any point so long as we are able. Yours for the cause, LUCIUS BECKNER. Secretary Tobacco Growers' Associat 00 BUYJT tion. FARM; FOR SALE. acres, three miles on the Lexington with good stock barn and all necessary out buildings, s and splendid with never failing-springyoung orchard1 in full bearing. The residence contains ten rooms, with bath and other modern conveniences. This has been mostly, in' grass for the past 14 years and is- now ready to grow hemp or tobacco. Sixty-fiv- e acres 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 AJex West, Lancaster Ky. 9(7 U a 2 Farm containing It is perhaps not too much to soy north of Lancaster that no office in the State requires pike, well improved a higher degree of technical know ledge, that valuable and effective work may be done for the people, than does that of RailroadCqmmlssioner. A inaa may be ever so honest, courageous,, and capable in a general way. yet unless he has some special training for this wok. he can do very little good. Judge New man Is honest, he Is capable, ha is courageous, and no man in the State is better equipped by special training for this work than he. He is bred in legal lines, and inherits a natural Ivgal mind, being the son of that able lawyer and distinguished jurist. Judge John E. a Newman, the author of a law book "Newman on Pleading and Practice," which is highly valued bv He could step th legal professien. 150& right into the office this day and perform all ot its functions with excep tional ability. We do not believe the people of this district coukl find a man better suited by private worth, exalted character and special training for this office than Judge Newman, and as such we cordially commend him to the voters thereof RECORD Th MECHANICS POPOtfA R RULE 9. At the conclusion of the Contest three Judges shall be selected by said merchants, who shall tabulate the results certified to them by each participating merchant und shnll award the Grand Prize of the Shetland Pony. Vehicle and Harness to who has rtrcetvetl the greatest number of votes. d For Father and Son MAGAZINE ACORNS KILL CATTLE. 'Two and a half million readers find it of absorbing Interest. Everything in it is We setl 430100 roptea every month' without givjucarenuuinsarlhavenoaoucuora. Any newtileaJrr will ahow you a copy; or write ttu. rAibuhher for free sample a postal mil do. AND ALL THE FAMILY RULE 10. Each merchant agrees to carefully keep his records and not to divulge the contents thereof of any Contestant, to any of their friends or to any other participating merchant. By so doing no one will know who is in the lead tit any stage of the Contest. Many Animals Lost Every Yssr From Eating Oak Matt. Purulent whoso pastures Include oak (Ko.i'iua.) groves will do well to fence oft the oak OF LANCASTER. K. trees, ror acorns are respousiuie eucn year for the death of many head of TheClose ofBnsiness. McU 1915 young stock. Young cattle, particularly tuose unKKSOUItUKS. der eighteen mouths ot age. according liTB.Ow ua to 1'. 11. Iladley, veterinarian of the Loaueeuddlecounta 1 Ilwrdrafta. avrured College of Agriculture, University of . I 14 Sit ' t'ueecured . Wisconsin, are most subject to acorn U. 8. Honda deposited to aecure clrH'.iejO ll iO.ooo io poisoning. culatlou (par taluel Sheep and bogs, tipparent-ly- , Other bouda aecurlllea. etc.. owned ore not affected even if they eat unpledged (other than atock, DsOtooQ ou aume Including large quantities of the acorns, and Subacriptluu lu atock of federal mature cows seldom die from eating Keaerve lauk tl.wooo acorns, but their milk How is usually amount 1,600 00 00 ll.COOOO ... uupald dllutuslwi wncn feeding upon .Lew) lu oo turf s In which ucorus are available, LouotO furultureaud fixture soow gymptoms oS acorn poisoning tuay Due I rem federal Keaerre lleuk Due Iruui approved reeerte agelila not be seen until u fortnight utter tbo lu I'euiral Ueaerre Cltlea (747 il Due from anproved reaene ageitta acorns bare beeu euten. Then the anilu other reaerve cltlea tiK57 27 (.706 m mals become constipated, lose tbelr op- Due from bauka aud baukera (utber l.OM than" included lu It or HI. pctltes nud ccaso to chew their cuds. Outalderhecka aud other caah In tbo advanced stages Intestinal i ttema SI17 07 fractional cur$11 el rency, nlckele ud ceuta titatlou and 'diarrhea may set lu and sou oo I. Note ol other National Bank jgjjynu,, uoti tuo autinals die. Lawri'L Mousy llr.ir.ari In Rank, In Ml Kpeci. ' tutu oo II. 00 -As but little con bo donemomtbo way IX) uotea Imnnr t,ali,m.ni If In nil thft Redemption fund with V. 8.Trea. tant that care be taken to prevent urer iuoi iuwrv iuiu w vu . '""''0 cattle from feeding on acorns. Half euUUoul 18 pound doses of common baking soda . .. Total. dissolved In water und given three LIABILITIES In overcoming .ico.ooooo times a day are useful Capital atock paid in. SU.UM) oo me i tannic aciu ot iue acunw, Hurpiuaiiiuu 41 M7 Undivided prnllta, thought to be the poison responsible I 797 U5 Keeerved for Take for tbl trouble. 10 ii iW Leaa curreul eipeuaea, luV.7II 70 tereat and taee paid .... I7Mu 1 I 4 pas-7.i- o Bauklua-uouae lr-i. . r U&5 ui-- u . . & NATIONAL BANK WrttlenSo You Can Understand1 It SI. SO A YEAR lSe A COPY Popular Mechanics Magazine r a Ho. MteMcan Ave.. CHICflCO 5 in d c News The following; boys and girls have expressed a desire for the pony antl cart and they or their friend have enIn tered their names as contestants trailing with, the ditfereat merchants and busines. men, whose name appear below this,, be sure and get a coujxm and vote fos your favorite. Pearl CrutchBe'd J. 1). Manuel Jr. V. A. Lear. Jr. Isabelle Terrill. Funnie Tinsley, William Uenner. James Oorwin Seule, lien Itankin, Mary Blanche Conn, Johnntw Vanhook, Ilaby Sister Caneer, Edwin Kirk, Ctms. Ilastin. William Kmbry, Lyle Pruitt, Krunces Grant, Clarence Hall. Klizabeth Conn, Itobt M Graves, A. II. Kstndge, J. ludella Peace, O. ltogie. Jr. Gladys Conn. Allie Ilrummett. Nelson Conn, Klaie Drown, John "lied" Smith. Willie C. Daniels, Lucy V. Ing, David Hamilton, Jane Urown, Virginia Pearl Walker, AWne Thomas, Harry Ilruwn, Hellena Perkins. Wilmoth Sutton, Henry Shelby Kish, Ituth Lane, Carrie Sutton, Clinton Huble, Ewell Ledford, Ida Sowder. Homer Moberly, Ellsha Cheatham, Karl Ward Clark. Grace Kathergill, Haymond Cox, I.elie Sherrow, K. I. Oaks, Jr. Murgaret Doty, George llrown. Klsie Clark. PRICE FOR MULES. Be sure and ask for coupons at the following record Drice for mules this sea- nnwaa made on Monday when Mr, Bruce Taylor sold to Jesse Tudor, or Madison counry, a pair of fine mules f,,r lf,2f.. This price has not been this so far as can be learned. and it is believed to have set a recoru that will be hard to pass. Mr. Charles Thompson, of Lexington Man fmiml that his home market could not satisfy his needs so he went to 50.UN CO bJ UU 00 Us of 8llo Ideal Method. Circulating Note.. . u'iniliater and during the early morn Due to bauka and baukera u UJCaua WL uuuwuk we 5.aw8 10 Ing, Monday, he purchased eight or ten other than Included lu . or t) set amount ot nutritive material cou- tuaiviunai ueiv.ii, lin.iu w 177.IM w taineu in corn fodder and kaflr tbo use head of mules at prices ranging from tocueck. $300. to $450, a pair. -- Democrat. 'i'?'1lL' of the silo Is the coming method. The Total sooner the cattlemen and feeders of , TATtorKHTtMT.CouiTYornAo..! tbe country accept this fact qnd get Do Net Grip 1. s. u Dsnsv, caahler of the aboi awear that the a bore named bauk. do eulcmnly beat ot mj knowledge in lino to adopt mis most crocient We have pleasant laxative thai vrtn atalemeul la true la the means ot enhancing tbe vau,of the do just what yon vant it to do. ,C. and belief. caanier, torn and kaflr crops the IjeMerllt 'Wlll Subaerlbed and aworn to before me thla Mb bo for the farming Interest of the day of W.O.Ulu.y.urmiei We, sett tbouaasds of them ana we whole country. There Isjio getting MyCommlialoociplrea febt, ISIS. hays merer seea a better remedy for the iway from the fact tbat the alio Is tbe Coaasov Atlaali bowsis. Bold ocly by us, 10 coot. Ideal means of realising tbe highest J, I.Hioakki. I a. D CocMkAK. Dlrectori. sswlble Y&lue on tbla class of crops. R. E. McRtbtrt ), VT, M, ILUOTT. places. The "Rex" Theater, Good Pictures and Good Music, E. C. Gaines, Nothing but Insurance. To the Business Men of LANCASTER When a good salesman goes out after business, he first puts on a clean collar and gets his (hoes shined. Then he looka like more business and he's made a flying suit toward gelling It. Llkewiae, a community can go after mote business and get It. The "clean d stores, the bright, cheery collar and shiny shoes' of this to-v-n are the g can, buildings. The part paint plays In building up homes, the ft local pride cannot be put in figures but its good effects arc recorded on the local merchants' sales sheets. Buy good pain". We recommend and sell R. E. McRoberts, Drugs and Faints. J. W. Smith, The House of Quality. Davidson and Doty, Groceries and Meats. Joseph Mercamtile Co, Dry Goods Ready-To-Wear and ' Ladies Gaments. , Denny and WhciierKpental Surgeons. UV, White Phoenix Painter Trade Lead (Dutch Dor Mark) and purs Unseed olL We know of nothing etie so satisfactory, so lasting and cheap In the long run. Ws sell all other paint necessaries ss well Jtt In touch with us todsy, C. C. fit J. E. Stormes, Druaglsta, Lancaster. Haselden Bros,Iverylhing in Hardware. u Miss Minnie Brown, The Latest in MiUUcry. The Central Record, 1,000 votes with each Sub scription, new or old.. t