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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 18, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915031801_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 18, 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. 1 CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELWlOh, UNI A RNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD QOVERNMEN1. rWKNTY mill TlAlt. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 18. 1915. Get In NUMBtR (0. the pony contest. NEW SHOP. We Are In The Game Automobile Tickets for every cash lar purchase of dol- Mr. C. D, McCarty haj recently Don't fall to hear the twenty supurb opened a new tin shop in the north-wevoices In the Glee Cluti. corner of the public square and will Subscribe for the Itcconl nnd Ret nppreciate and work that Ma friends may sum him. Mr. McUarty Is con 1,(XX) votes on the pony And cart. aldered one of tho best plumberi ever For all Magazines aee "Miss Dollv' in Lancaster and his patrons may be Country Gentleman now $1.00 a year. assured of prompt service and satis. Ask for coupom In the Tony Contest. UNCLE DAVE ROSS SICK, his very gratirylng to announce that uncle Dave Ross, who has been onflned at home for several weeks wilh nn acute attack of rheumatism. In very much Improved and his friends hope to see him on the 'streets again soon mmsmmm& ire. BUGGIES, frKl II Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, If In nee') of any Carnations Satur day, call Win, F. Miller, phone 43. Come to the concert March 30th. it will be line as It Is backed by the tactory work. SUNDAY SCHOOL CONTEST. The Uaptlst and Christian Sunday Schools, of Richmond had a contest last Sunday, The Ilaptists had C25 present and a collection of $12.35, The Christian Sunday School had C70 present and a collection of $27.00. While our Baptists brothers were little short on members they were long on cash, which counts in S. S. as every . where else. CANDIDATE OF Cuttelry, Axes, Mattox, Garden "U E's " Rakes and Hoes. WAGONS, BUGGIES, HARNESS, LOST: Wednesday afternoon, a little brown pocket book, containing 90 cents, Finder please return to I.ula Anderson. Snow "began In the gloaming" Mon day night, and Tuesday it "busily piled Meld ami highway with a silence soft and white ' The I'it," big feature, at Koman'a Opera House, Wednesday, March 24th. Itemember this Is a guar Plows, Cultlvntors. Cutting Marrows, DrniJ Harrows, Corn Planters and Gns Engines, Wire Fence, Poultry Fcnee nnil Poultry Netting. Roofing Guttering, Plumbing and all kinds of Tin Work. Tickets given on old nnd new accounts Window Sash, Window Glass, Doors, Paints nnd Oils. MILLINERY OPENINGS. HALY FACTION. Harry V. McChesney, of Frankfort, has formally entered the contest for overnor as the candidate of the Haly racgon. lie has served two terms In minor State ofllces and has made some reputation as a lluent atump speaker. Ilia entrapce Into the gubernatorial derby will divide the statewide vote with Newman, the school vote with Cherry and the vot with Bosworth and McDermott. Kentuckian. rotation-in-ofllce p-klnsvllle anteed feature. Illiteracy Is vanishing from Kentucky, and the battle of 1915, for which prep aration fa now being made, will be such at the world bus never seen. The "Master Key" at the Ilex will be run through first on March 30th promptly at 7;15. See the "Master Key" and come on to the Glee Club CONN BROTHERS. LIVE Lancaster, Ky. and LET LIVE FOLKS Concert. A Chicago women days American men a manners have deteriorated in the last fifty years. Few momen have the strength of mind to acknowledge In spite of the continued cold weather the winter is slowly winging away and there are but three more Sundays after this until Easter week begins. l he shops are all ready to give any body everything that they want, the millinery openings will take place Sat urday. Then are beautiful hats for the women and children and quite sty1 llsh ones for the men, the daintiest and richest of costuming, the most alluring materials for spring and summer and styles to suit all ages and children Lancaster truly has some or the very best artist along these lines. NEW "GYM" FOR OLD CENTRE. Danville, Ky, March 17, 1915. Work has just begun on the rebuild. Ing of the big gymnasium of Centre College, of this city, that was burned In November. The foundation and some of the walls of the old building are uninjured. The debris has now been cleared away. Lumber, steel. orick and stone for the new building are reauy to be put in place. The work is being pushed steadily forward so as to be completed by early summer. It will be remembered that tho irvm- naslum building that was burned in November was itself a new building. "vmik ueen lormany tnrown open for use. It was the largest and most complete building of the kind in Ken tucky, and was equaled by only a few In the South. It is being rebuilt on the same plan, except for a few minor improvements. SURRIES, BRAKE CARTS AND We Are Headquarters For BUGGIES 8c road wagons HARNESS. ASK FOR PONY COUPONS. that they can remember that far back. S ? i OUR EXHIBITS FOR SPRING BEGINS I? Saturday, 7farch 20th, OF TAILORED. DRESS AND PATTERN 195 g HATS j Vjf and continues throughout the market season. You will profit by n visit to our big nnd attractive display I n and Smart MILLINERY for all Occasions. We havr ai our Designer and Trimmer, Mra Nell Faler of Millinery, St. Louis, Mo. the famoua Itosenthal-Sloan I A S St 0 g Tlfrs ftella flrnold TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS A number of Ice Plants over the country have found after careful examination of their books that It cost' them about 10 per cent to charge and collect their retail Ice accounts. As a result they are rapidly placing their retail business on a cash basis. Our own experience being in line with the above and believing that this 10 per cent cost is an unwaranted loss, we have decided to do likewise. However, we do not expect to add this 10 per cent to our profits; but will reduce our prices accordingly, so as to give the benefit of the saving to our patrons. BIRTHDAY. Quite k number responded to the EIGHTY FIRST invitations of Mr. and Mrs. Moore and Dr. W. A. Yantis celebrated hi: witnessed the marriage of their daugh- eighty-firs- t birthday yesterday with ter, June. It was a beautiful wedding family dining at his home on north and "Itunaway June" promisea to be Third street. His children were all an Intensely interesting serial picture. present except his son, Frank S. Yan Elaine is exploiting at The Rex, June lis, who could not be here, but wired bis regrets and congratulations. Dr, is running away at the Romans Opera House, Zudora Is about to recover Yantis was the recipient of congratU' lations from a number ot friends and 120,000,000 and John Uoro was left lyrelatives. He and his wife are en ing in prison Tuesday night. Truly, joying the best of health and were able Lancaster Is on the "aui vive" these to do justice to the bountiful repast days. which was prepared bv their daughter. The friends of this paper will please Mrs. Maggie Salter. This couple cele hand us in news items when they are brated their fiftieth wedding anniverfresh. We prefer not to publish a sary four years ago. Paragould Ark. birth after the child is weaned, a mar Birthdays are the milestones along rlage after the honeymoon is over, or the pathway of life. Happy, Indeed, the death of a man after his widow Is must be the man who can look back married again. upon so many with the satisfaction Men who refuse to pay their honest that Mr. Yantis can. We are one of debts will drop coin in the church plate his old Lancaster scholars and always think of Mr. and Mrs. Yantis with love and think they are good. Why is it that to soon as a man and pleasure. strains himself he seeks ts rub it off against church pews and pure Sunday A GOOD RECORD. schoolchildren. Quarterly meeting services at the Methodist church in Lancaster Saturday and Sunday. Dr. W. E. Arnold will preach Saturday night at 7.30 'also Sunday morning at 11. Dr. Arnold is one of our best preachers, come out and hear him. The winter this time has been so long and hard that its passing will be like the unlovely man someone told the story about. Ho was very nearly gone and a neighbor asked the wag of tho family I; there were any hopes of his recovery. "I have not heard of any." was the reply. And so there will be no regrets that the prospects are for an early sdring. This is the accepted time of year in which to be thinking about putting out trees, dlar.ta and shrubs and other wise beautifying your premises. There is room here, aa elsewhere, for Improvement, and it is a splendid Idea for property owners to do something at intervals to brlghted up their surroundings, not only for their own personal benefit but as a contribution to the public comfort and the general good. HASELDEN BROS. 9? Wholesale and Retail Hardware. JUDGE BRECKINRIDGE LAID LEXINGTON. Near the grave of his distinguished lather, the Rev. Dr. Robert J. Breck inridge, his mother, Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge, his sons, brothers and sisters and others dear to him in life. In the presence of his friends. relatives and comrades, the bodv of Judge Robert J. Breckinridge, veteran olthelivil War, jurist and states man, wno died baturday afternoon at his home in Danville, was buried Mon day afternoon in the Breckinridge family plot In the Lexington cemterv. Simple, but impressive services marked the final honors paid to his memory. Juage Breckinridge was named as Attorney General on the ticket with the late William Goebel, but was forced to relinquish the office when Clifton TO REST IN 1L 31 IE 31 1 C DC Public Tiecepli The Lyons Busy Cash Store most courteously request your presence at their Spring Opening of M X H M. t tt t X 0, $iS 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. 1 400 la 1000 fek, OH Price $250 lew 10 per cent, New Price $2.25 lb Book, Old Price Old Price $5.00 less 10 per ceat, New Price $4.50 $9.00 less 10 per cent, New Price 2000 lb Book, $8.10 It is our purpose to render the best service possible and to this end we will welcome suggestions and the cooperation of our patrons. Respt. ENCHANGE. The ladles, of the Baptist Church, will have an exchange at W. II. Rail's grocery atoro the Saturday before Easter. They will have everything good to eat. Let them do your baking. BLUE GRASS DAIRY & ICE CO. W. R. BASTIN, Secretary. H. V. BASTIN, President. FORD BOOSTERS. To work for the Central Record for 14 years is a record worth recording. especially when It rounds out half of ones existance. Mr. Leonard Miller is the man with that record. He is now Pratt, his Republican ODDonent In 28 years old and 14 years ago he the race, secured a decision from the by starting Court of Appeals declaring him celebrated St. Patricks day elected. In the Record office as a "devil", and. He was widely noted as an orator owing to his diminutive size, be was and during his earlier days was a power compelled to stand on a box in order to upon the stump in Kentucky. He serv reach the "case". ed as Circuit Judge in his district. He The Record, in the meantime, has vis eighty-on- e years old. changed hands, enlarged its plant and moved, but "Len" has always moved SPRING STYLE SHOW. with us, with a heart and mind alwaya open to new Impressions along the line Where will the waistline be this of progress. He knows the otllce from spring? At what angle will the little feather "A to Izzard", and we all take off our hat to him. We inherited "Len" from uusier oe poised on tne new spring "Bangs" Landram who taught him hats I much, but buildcd even better than he What will they mix with the sand knew, for "Len" is a special edition, and putty to maxe a new shade for "top o' the column next to reading shoes? matter." And so we thank them both. Will corsets contain standing room one for recognizing the newspaper man only? In the rough and the other for polite, All these questions are now begin conscientious, painstaking work. May ning to worry the women, and they they both live long and prosper. will all be solved in the Spring Style Show which opens in Lancaster Satur day, March 20th. BEACHEYS TRAGIC DEATH. Questions will not only be answered concerning women's apparel but new Lincoln Beacbey's tragic death will not curb man's impulse to fly. There pring duds for men as well, with all have been many such accidents since the perplexing details as to which dir the birdmen undertook the conquest of ection shirt stripes should run, and who the air, but none has checked the desire does a Palm Beach aiut? Our local merchants are all home to soar in the realms of the eagle. None ever will. Since the days of fabled from the East where they have seen and bought the best. We bespeak for Icarus, who, disregarding the advice Saturday, 97arcA 20th, Also a beautiful line of Dresses In Silk and Wash Materials. Special display in all departments LYONS. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, ZZDC II IE 1C I LEST IE FORGET! Friday, March 19th. Mystery Production '15. 2nd. installment of that great Thannhouser THE $20,000,000.00 MYSTERY of 1015. 1915. Spring Opening. Saturday, March 20th. We The following have purchased Ford cars in the past week and have joined the procession of boosters for this popular car, Mr. J, W. Sweeney, G. M. Lyons, Robert Long and John M. Amon. GARRARD'S WEALTH extendi cordial invltatlou to all to After the board of Supervisors had completed the work of equalizing the assessors books, Garrard county's wealth Is assessed at $6,895,320, show-in- g an increase over the year 1914 of 1276,118. attend our display of Spring Tfliilinery e' "TREY nr fdudiH Pattern Hats Mk Eastern and our ( owa Deildnv. Will alio akow th Tin. trimmed Snap, Flowers, Trimmings, Etc., In the wonderful profusion of colors that are being shown. Trey O' tonight, beginning at 7 o'clock promptly, in order to accommodate those who wish to hear Mrs. Kellogg at school auditorium, which will not begin until 8 o'clocic. HEARTS" Hearts" at Rex Theater 0' STANLEY IN THE LEAD. With McChesney and Newman for "statewide", SUnley and Cherry for a fair trial of the County Unit law before going further In the matter, and Bos- worth and McDermott saying nothing on toe subject, tl looks like a very complicated race, with Stanley In the lead. -S- aelbyvllle Record. Jtfeeh Sisters. DsMvilk, - JUatacky. Daedalus, Hew in a transport of intoxication so close to the sun that his wings melted oiT, it has been mtn'a passion to fly. The mythological story of Icarus, which does not contemplate the scientific fact that the air grows rarer and colder as the altitude increases, shows that even in the days of fable man longed for wings. The passion to lly was born with the human race. The fate of Icarus and the death of Lincoln Beachey have something in common, If w may link up the fable with the tragedy of hut Sunday at San Francisco, for Beachey, like his mythological predecessor, fell Into the sea when his wings lost their power. But, fabla aside, the fact remains that man will continue to lly. He will not be terrorized by the expected and inevitable mishap that befall the pioneers at the air. lie will Improve his flying machine just as the Wrights improved upon the fabled absurdity which took Icarus Into the "sun's serene dominions." The ultimate conquest of the air will come. The day will arrive we believe, when passenger-carryinairships will make transoceanic flights. Lincoln Beachey and others ot bit kind whose lives Jiave paid for their Invasion of the air, will live in history as mar. tyr to the science of aviation. his father g them a larger pationage than ever before. Window displays change dally. Successfully played by that fumiliar cast, James Cruze, Margarite Snow, Sidney Bracy and others of the Million Dollar Mystery Series, ILLITERACY CENSUS. The school trustees of Kentucky will be given an opportunity to play an Important part in the illiteracy campaign. They are being asked by the County Superintendents, the State Superintend ent and the Kentucky Illiteracy Com mission to take a census in April, at the time when they are taking a census of the pupil children, of all who cannot read or write. Their names will be reported to the Kentucky Illiteracy Com. mission, at Frankfort. This Is a mova In the right direction. No doubt, the trustees will count it a high privilege to serve'the State In this way. It will require very little extra exertion, and will help to show Kentucky's real standing. Also, it will enable the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission to know where illiteracy Is most prevalent, bis sending out the and it may to many a deprived man or woman. School authorities are lending heartly and the public will await Above all tex raaulu with interest. tWsga,' this census should be accurate. TtMra U nothing to be gained iy elthem oaaaalfng or ovresUmiMtg life-lin- e Monday, March 22nd '15. 2nd. Episode of "Runaway June" The favorite serial, protraylng an enchanting love story and a thrilling plotYou'll like It. Watch for the list of BIOwill be shown at FEATURES that I I ROHAN'S OPERA HOUSE SOON Wednesday, Mar. 24th. - "Tl A picture PIT" tbat U Guaranteed to you. Page 2 STANFORD Mrt. WlllJWest, who has been sick for a few days it Mrs. Lizzie Oillion has returned home after a visit to Mr. Miller at Lancaster. Mrs. II. C. Huplev has been lick for several days, but is thought to be ImPOULTRY PICKINGS. The Central Record, Thursday Men 18 1915. Remember that the size of the next generation In Influenced largely by tbo female and color and finish by the mule. I.I me. grit and charcoal should be provided for turkeys during the winter months. Hy such provision blackhead Is less likely to occur Inter on In the spring nnd summer. Turkeys Iny from fifteen to thirty rPB at n Utter. Put the early res under hens and let the turkey set 011 tlio June ccs. On bright, sunny days, when tbcro Is no snow on the ground. It Is bet to allow the fowls outdoors. Something to sell the year DAIRY and CREAMERY 11 DAIRY Successful bttr. "fill 'jf JuEiLBuaiteMP..Yrr TYPE IMPORTANT. m iisto w ii. 11 M AwstamiAMB DHL ILlOlJ lA proving. Mrs. Mary (iooile, of Winchester, is th- - gu'st of relatives and friends here this week. Mrs. J. Randolph Harris, who has been quite ill for several weeks, is im proving slowly. Mrs. YV. Ii. Turley returned home Monday after a visit to her daughter. Mrs. It. T. Bruce. around Is the secret of sneer spent several days last week with his mother Mrs. Lou Wesley Embry of Frankfort tmury. J with poultry. Heavy blrdi nnd high roosts targe nrc n bud combination, breeds especially need low roosts. f 5 Miss Anna Chancellor has returned home after a visit to Miss Mary De Beck at McKinney. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rice have moved into their handsome new brick residence on Danville avenue. Miss Lula Prewltt, of Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. E. E. Tate and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Will Baughman is the guest of Mrs. james H. Uaughman at "Hill Top," near Danville. HATCHING AND CARE OF YOUNG DUCKS Herds Cannot De Productf. From Scrub Cattle. To build up 11 successful herd of cows thnt will yield the maximum annual profit a man must look on earn animal is n highly sensitive mechanism, constructed for the piiriose of milk says A. I. Cobb In Hoard's Dairyman. He must recognize the close ronnoctlon between the neccptcd dairy type and milk yield nnd the Imiwrtnnce of good breeding nnd the unfailing laws of heredity. The good cow does not hnvo n broad. Jeep abdomen, thin neck, sharp with. trs, tbln flanks and n large udder Just because she wa created that way, rheso characteristics have long since !ecn proved to be associated Willi high production, und In n like manner wo have learned that u cow with a short, thick neck, heavy quarter and a deep m m run oftows 1W M it. ii H .XV TV. J 1! W 1 . WW" I opit ex otyies 1 1 , 4O i . Jhi Second and third weeks, half n lound of ground oats, the same of wheat bran, of a pint of cornmeal, the same of coarse sand, two of beef meal, a pint of finely cut green clover, rye or cabbage moistened with scalded milk They must bo fed four time a day. Mrs. Woodie Hale has Fourth to sixth week, boll a (mart of returned home from Colesburg where she has been the bulled oats for nn hour, ndd a pint of cornmeal. wheat brau. half a pint of guest of her sister Mrs. T. K Spink. flno grit, the same of beef scrap and a Mrs. Adelia Woods has returned quart of clover or any kind of green home after a visit to her relatives, H. food. Feed four times n day. Sixth to tenth week, one quart of L. Wallace and family at Paint Lick. cornmeal. a pint of wheat bran, a pint Mr. and Mrs. Sames T. Menefee, of of boiled oats, n pint of beef scraps. Knoxville, Tenn., are the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee. W. T. Cummins and Will Harklns, of wjruin, were here Sunday the guests of u u"r popular young ladies, Editor E. C. Walton left Saturday v. ..mioiiujiuns, inu., where be will spend some time for rheumatism. Mrs. Alfred Eads, of Crestwood, Seelby county, is the guest of ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Newland. Mrs. L. C. Kelley and children, of Campbellsville, are here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.TJ. Newland. Mrs. S. J. Tatem, of Crab Orchard went to Louisville Tuesday morning to buy her spring and summer line of millinery. miiunery store this season. Ducks make such kid mothers that It better to hatch their eggs under hens or In Incubators. The first few cg; a duck lays 'each scnou are seldom fcr tile. L'lcvcn are 11 full Klttlns. and It re. days for their quires tweiity-olsli- t Miss Elizabeth Hunn was the guest hatching. iJxamlne the iiest every two of Miss Annie Dunn at Hustonville or three days after setting the hen for bad egas. Saturday and Sunday. hour feed nothing Tor twenty-fou- r Miss Mae I'helps, of Richmond, is the to ilucks. Klrt neek. half u pint of attractive guest of Mrs. R. C. Hocker rolled oats, some cracker or stale bread ana other relatives here. crumbs, two bard boiled cess chopped fine, half n cupful of course sand Just Miss Carrie Green, of fmJnnnd ,.n moistened with milk. Feed four times assist Miss Ella May Sanders In' her a day Just what they will eat In ten Is A. B. ROBERTSON DANVILLE, The general color of the Guernsey cow Is a shade of fawn with white marks. The breed hae never gone through a period of Inbreeding for the sake of special color markings. We often find the Guernsey here the fawn color It almost a red brown, and we alto Und them where the fawn it of a very light shade nnd hard to distinguish where the fawn and white meet. A white mark or triangle in the forehead with a tighter or mealy color round the eyes and nostrils are In great favor. covering of flesh and fat over the back and loin Is going to take care of herself first and ber owtivr next. In other words, a cow Is not going to put on flesh and show re profit at tbe pall at tho same time. These arc the laws that wo cannot evade, and success In the dairy business can only come with the full realization of the Importance of dairy type. It ban been said many times nnd the fact. would certainly bear out the assertion that the sire I half the herd. Certain It is that w can go through tbe couutry and see herd after herd of scrub cows bended by scrub bulls, and no one can deny that the progeny thereof are scrubs. Hut Just as truly wo may And many herds of cows of no better quality, but beaded by n pure bred bull, bred along productive lines. and In nine cases out of ten tbe off spring will surpass tlfelr dam In quantity and quality of production. Ily selecting n bull backed up by n line of productive ancestry It Is iosslble to have an animal capable of siring productive offspring. Feed and care are undeniably factors affecting the production of our cows, but unless the cow I built for production nnd bred for production It Is a heartbreaking task t try to feed production Into her. Therefore the first step on tbe highway of success In Uie farm dairy business I the posst-ssioof tho knowledge of the value of good animal that are intended for elllclent milk production. & BRO. KENTUCKY. fe STORE THAT SELLS WOOLTEX. minutes. the greatest possible opportunity to become acquainted with the new spring fashions in every article of dress, we have arranged these To give you FORMAL OPENING DAYS Friday and Saturday, March She should Fashion plays nn important part in the life of every woman. but every woman who cares about her personal appearance likes to be correctly To be correctly dressed does not necessarily mean the frequent buying of ing of garments that possess the correct style features of the season, nnd so well full season at least. 19-20- th not be n slave to it, nnd need not be; dressed. new things. It tloes mean the choosmade that they will look well for n James Cooper and Shirley Cover were the guests of Wallace Grover at Crab Orchard for the dance Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor and children were the week-enguests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lyons at Lancaster. d These Wooltex Coats, Suits and Skirts for spring are In refined, conservative styles, embodied in materials and tailoring of the highest character garments in which you will be well and stylishly dressed for at least a full season. Examine these Wooltex Tailored Garments closely. See how well ll'ey are mmle, with nil garments. the character of the skillful tailoring that you usually And only in custom-mad- e Yet Wooltex tailored conts, suits nnd skirts nrc very reason nble in cost considering their high character. Don't fail to come in during this full showing of New WOOLTEX Styles. George C. Keller, of Orland, Fla., who has been in Danville with relatives and friends for several days, was here this week mingling with old friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy and children, of Frankfort, returned home Mon day after attending the bu.ial of his father, W. L. Murphy here Sunday. The PklnE duck t large, weighing from seven and one-ha- lf to nine pcunds for males, and femalta a pound lex 1. It white In color and has orange yellow bill, legs and feet. The ttouen duck Is a trifle larger than the Peking, reaching at high as twelve pounds. Its plumage is much like the wild Mallard, of which It Is considered a descendant, perhaps crossed with some large variety to give size. The picture shows a Peking and a Houen. WOOLTEX COATS at $15. to $25. WOOLTEX SKIRTS at WOOLTEX SUITS at $25. to $40. SILAGE MAKES BUTTER. $6.50 to $10.00. Mrs. S. J. Thompson died at her home in Darstown Wednesday after a half n pint of grit, a tablespoonful of long illness of tuberculosis. She leaves charcoal and n pint of clover. Feed a husband slid four small children to three times a day. They should lie ready to kill the feel the los- - of a mother's love. eleventh week. Do not let the ducks, young or old. Miss Myrtle Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 11. F. Lewis was painfully got frightened If you can possibly belp It. They are nervous things. No matburned, but Viot seriously last Friday, by her clott-t- catching fire from the ter what you feed. If they are fright ened or made to run dally tbey will grate bv wl tch she was standing. not fatten. If you go aliout them gent w Mrs. H. II. Frye and Misses Lucinda ly they are easily driven niiy distance, and Elizabeth Lutes went to Lexington for whero one goo all follow. Hurry Wednesday to be present at the linen them and they will scatter, ami It Is shower to bl given by Miss Mabel Gum goodby to them for hours. The feed for those to bo kept In in honor or Uie bride elect. Miss Elizastock Is tbe same up to three week, beth Lutei but from that on n quart of ground ney. of Lancaster wai feed, n quart of bran, half n pint of J. W. S Mond , J and bought of W. P. grit and half u pint of beef scraps here Grimes his l'ord touring car, paying Mix moist with milk, water, sour milk Mr. Grimes bought or buttermilk, and feeiT night nnd jhim $400 f Jr it. this car a j,hort time ago and had used morning. If on 11 free rnngo this I nil they will want. If not on a free jit very Mitv. range add clover or vegetable nnd Samuel Newell, who probably was feed threo time n day. Remember althe,6ldest citizen ef Lincoln county, ways to have fresh, clean water before passed away at the home of his son, tbem. riear Hustonville, Thursday morning at " Keep the Litter Dry. the aire of :'l years. The remains were In closely built poultry houses tbo lit Pisgeh in Pulaski county laid to rest ter will often become damp from tbo Saturday. condensed tnolsturo In the house. To Hon. Ila v'ey Helm, has rctnrned let such litter remain long In tbo house fromW"h iton City , where he has would bo fatal to the chickens, nnd It had a hand in making some of the new should bo removed at ouco nnd dry laws in the two yours Congress was In litter substituted, nnd It should bo kept He looks well and seems to be dry. session. in good spirits and very much pleased Keep Prollfio Layer. with the good work that the party in Even tbo poultry keeper aro begin- power Is'doing. utng to advocate testing and watching William L. Murphy, who lived In the production of tbo Individual. To many years and had re- day they tell us that It costs no more Stanford for cently moved to Shelby City, where he to keep a hen that lays loo eggs a had bought a farm, died very suddenly year than ono that lays 00. and there Is there Thursday morning. He was bere a greater profit In tbe former case. only a few days ago and looked and Pair Warning. seemed well and his death was received A brazen-lunge- d nowsboy In a He suffered here as a great shock. western, city has been bavins a good paralysis; he rallied deal of fun at the expense of the two strokes of from the first one, but not from the wearers of freakish skirts. Ills methlast one. The deceased leaves a wife, od has the simplicity of genius. Aa who was Miss Dudderar, daughter of bis victim goes by she Is fctartled to the late Col. Huff Dudderar and seven bear a loud cry; "Git out of town!" children, besides a sister, Mrs. W. A. Her Indignant look brings a repetition Mobley andiii aged mother, Mrs. Eliza of tbe cry, with a slight addition Murphy. The burial occurred at the which does not altogether propitiate ber; "Olt out of town palpers!" Goshen cemetery Sunday afternoon. Convincing Results of an Expariment at an Agricultural College. nrgu. It does not heed any ment or showing of facts to convince Wisconsin dairymen of the great supeNO MAIL FOR ENGLAND. riority of corn enMlage a an economic feed for cows. ays Hoard's Dairyman, a ttnw tho .Unnrturrt last week of the Those who have combined the silage Cameronia hi, 1U a . with alfalfa hay get still greater re- DlstaltlJls('t Mow Ynrk and for Liverpool the only opportunity to sults. Itut we know that there ure bkcptle send letters to Great Uritian during the among our render In other state. past week was .by the steamthip North For their special bcnellt we give the land, which left 1'ortlanu Bie., on Satfallowing brief nccouut of a trial carThere urday March 13, for Liverpool. ried on by the Minnesota College of will be no mail for England this week, Agriculture trr.m Nw Ynrk. Boston or Phil Two hundred nnd sixteen cowh were to fed on silage us compared with '.'."--I adelphia, as the first vessel listed cows fed on dry rations. The results sail from New York for fcngianu is me showed that the ll.ige fed cow pro- Arabic, on March 17. This is tho first pound mure of butter time inlmore than thirty years, steamduced tlfly-nliifnt yearly per cow than the other cow. ship men said today, in which there has This nmounti'd to HISOu per cow In been a lack of ocean liners goinc to Kllage. favor of -iirU.ln n r ilnce the dato when Tho following year another trial was schedule. hail, with a gain In favor of the Hihistr steam vessels, with a reRular pounds of but succeeded the old saillnn clippers. fed cows of forty-seveler fat. The silage fed cow ruiiKiiiml $7,1U worth of Teed more than the dry "FISHY" BUT GOOD. fill cows, but when this I htibinirted they still how 11 decided gain over the Please hand us that $ BUY AT HOME. As the springtime approaches the peddler and the cheap auction man He will bo around in all his glory. will tell you the smooth storv about bandrupt stock that must be sold. Hut Hemember that your be not deceived. homo dealer is here to make overy promise good, and that he can always give you a better stock to select from. It is characteristic of the American people to try to get some thing for nothing, but the time when they can do this has not come as yet. Nor is it liable to come this summer. Our merchants do not promise to give you something for nothing, but can give you as much for'your money as anywhere else, and aro showing an immense lot of reliable goods. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Cupflul A. It $50,000. J. K. STOItMKS. Surplus $30,000. Vice JENNY. President I'rrs't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. I It. T -- MUlty, Ass't Caihier. J, Uill, r. Safety Samual Deposit WK SOLICIT Boxes YOUIf For Rent. ..., 11US1NESS. V. Cochran. Alex It. Denny. J. II. I'osey, .1 E. Stormes, S. C. Denny. J. I.. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. 4 others So far us the harvesting nn aero of corn nnd putting It Into the silo or harvesting It for tho crib nnd binding tbe stalks tho coil about the same Hut we have n decided loss lu the feeding value of tho dry stalks that we savo lu tbe silo. 1 Care of Dairy Utensils. Nothing la better for tho dairy utensils than sunshine and pure ulr. A pall post Is easily made. Hot a large post In tbo ground so that seven feet Put pin of will be nbovo ground. various lengths Into tbo post, set at an ucutw angle, so that (tails, strainers and mill; cans may bo bung upon them. What Made Her Laugh. Jean was warned by tier parents not to mention the fact that tbelr guest at dinner bad an unusually large nose. In tbe course of tbo evening meal Jean became convulsed with laughter. Sbe was asked with fear and trembling what was the cause of her mirth. Her reply was. 'O, I'm not laughing at your nose, 'r Smith I'm laughing at tbe plates on mother's plate rail." Talk about the benefits of Down In Florida not lonK' aco they! sup o fmiiv In.t a child which posed had strayed away from home and got lost. After scearcninK in vain for three Idays the frantic parents placed an advertisement in the nearest newspaper. Imagine the surprise of the parents upon going to the door t moraine to seo a monster al ligator upon the dooistep, where he had disgorged the child alive and men .!;.i l,lm,.lf. The "ad" cost them but 25 cents.tand It guve them back their darling child; they sold the allgator i,Ub for 5. and the parents ere show ing the chlld'in all the dime museums of the land at 150 per week. IJoes advertising pay?. Growing Children frequently need a food tonic and tissuo builder for their good health. INVEST IN GOOD SEED. A WELCOME VISITOR. where It Is known, is a box of our sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If you have not yet tried any or all o( them you don't know what a fine treat Don't keep on you have been missing. and missing It. Order a box commence enjoying yourself. y and A largo amount of farming gardening has been in progress during the splendid weather of the past week. In the main sowing of grass seed lirs been going on. Tho weather has been til is Uie prescription for this. R. E. McRobsrCs propitious for oats sowing, and not a little of this grain has been sown. Seedsmen give out the information that there has been a strong demand for high class seeds. Many of the seed upon to houses have been called guarantee their specimens, as the farmers have come to the Idea that It is better to invest more In seeds and take lets chances on obtaining good stands. Many of tho tobacco deliveries in the city in the last week or so have been turned into high grade seeds. Some of the tr.oro conservative farm, era are sharply Inclined to want to reduce the tobacco acreage, and would willingly unite on this plan of shorten ing the market, but while everybody talks it, they go on making preparations for bumper crops. Fertilizers to a wide extent are being engaged for the enhancement of the crops. Lancaster tling CO. BotPhone 202. Vote For Your Favorite in The PONY CONTEST 1000 Votes on every subscription, new or old. Page 3 Optfcaf Specialist The Byrne HUrFEREMt READ THIS Sii ntnny stnm.icli u(Tcfff!i li.ivc licnefilnl hy a simple nrecripttnn of oil which cured a Chicago druggist of chronic xotn.ich, liver and intestinal trouble of ) ears' standing that wc want you surely to try this remedy. It it known as Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. One dole will convince you. It usually gives complete and permanent results ev.cn in the most stubborn eases. One dose will convince you. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy Is sold by leading druggists everywhere with the positive understanding; that your money will lie refunded without question or qmhhte if ON'F, bottle fails tu gits yod tksolute satisfaction. BTOMACH lr McCHESNEY ENTERS RACE FOR GOVERNORSHIP Stands for Constitutional Amendment Submitting to the People Vote on State-Wid- e bition of Sale of Liquor. Prohi Ollice Phone 1 Or. J. S. GILBERT. OFFICE CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. C9 Residence I'hone 41 LANCASTER. KY. C? CIENTIFIC Says it Must Be Determined Whether They or the Whiskey Interests Shall Rule Kentucky. win tOERVICE. I I I MOVIE STARS. With th. declaration In faenr of Mate.i rateful ami rlM IrtsDectlnn of all dVnnrt proniiiiiion or tn manufacture and' menu of th Male ovrnmnt with this nn in cni!1 purpose in view. i.V t- i i i. C. """ii". m nun. I congratulate the Ktate on the great de .lcChesney. of Frankfort, hu ahnniinoJ hltmelf aa a candldata fnr th ttm... velopment in our public school arstem shall ue cratlc nomination for Governor In the recent years, and If elected every endeavor to further advance the Utile primary of next August. cause or pudiig Having rie Mr. McCheeney declares that If noml. voted a large part education. In the cause my life of nated and elected, he will urge upon the of the public schools. I am deeply Inter- Otneral Assembly to submit tu the people r.ieu in ineir continued growin. for their ratification an amendment to The Increased Interest manifesto) over the Kentucky Constitution providing for fitatewlde prohibition. In the formal an- me mate in improved methods of agrlcul believe. nouncement of his candidacy. Mr. Mc- - ture and In the construction of good roads Only the other day It was stated In Chesney. who several years aco Mini the' ll very gratifying, if e ected I sha a d Huperfntendent of Til pons rue Intereets. sn vitnl the daily newspapers that Miss Mary pflloes of mate Hecretary of stale, l'ublle- l". !l",n or ,h ese great in tne furtherance promInstruction and or public eipeiHllutres to the pmgrees and welfare of the whole I'ickford "had refused a $260,000 a ises an anriaaementproperly done, where It can be and . . . people, year ofTer from a film company; the further advancement of me nr.a.ni kthe. t am In hearty sympathy with the pro. reason for her refusal, It was inferred, ress In educational and agricultural de , gresslve stitrlt which hne marked the vekjpment. mate's advance along many lines In recent beieg the fact that she was satisfied eam, ana 11 snnu oe my nmnmon if eiec- Ills announcemeat Is as follows spirit yield with her present salary of $200,000 a To the Democratic voters of Keatucky: ted to see this agricultural. a still greater fruitage In the Industrial and I After mature deliberation 1 hav decided commercial development of the Common-t- o year with the Famous Flayers Film enter the race for the Democratic nom- -l wealth. Co," My record as Superintendent of fuWIc ,h? ""l" f "overnor. In the Miss Mnry I'ickford is unquestionably FnikntM. Au"i'. ? J"sv In Instruction nnd as Secretary of mate Is those f.nloun'.i;'?'.,.t K'S"'ou"ln before the people for their Judgment, nnd the highest priced film star in the enI 'han enter Into no detaife.! account of ltl'ny MnJJSft.,HUjS.lh1 my services In these positions. The people tire world. She received twice as much I am In favor of state wide prohibition ' '"a familiar risk arT "'Vmade,ml,r" "r am willing to with nnd 1 the probably threo times as much as pf the manufacture and sale of Intoxicating liquors. If nominated and elected I their Judgment of my ntness for the office any other of her branch of the pro shall urge upon the legislature of 1316 ui lejvrnior on inai recoru the passage of an fession In the country. But she does hlbltlon amendment Art ent.mltiln a ...... Dirlng my term as Superintendent of to the Constitution to Public instruction the state per capita not receive precisely $200,000 a year. the people for their ratification. In view was Increased Urgely, the teaching force of the large amount of capital Invested In oi me mine pui on u more efficient lias' She receives $2,000 a week fifty-tw- o the liquor business, however, I shall favor and other educational progress made. At weeks of the year, and Is In a class by herself. While it Is true that comparatively few actors or actresses In the "legitimate" earn more than this. It should be remembered that her salary is absolutely unique in the entire motion picture industry. John Ilunny, whose face is perhaps the best known in the world, received $!on a week and a royalty on the films in which lie appeared, which brought his earnings up to $700 weekly before he deserted the movies for the vaudeville stage a few months ago. With the exception of Mary Fickford thete is no film star in America who receives more than $750 a week as salary. Yet there are dozens of legitimate and vaudeville stars who earn that amount in the aggregate. Recognized film favorites like Mary Fuller, Clara Kimball Young, Florencj Lawrence, Uianche Sweet, Norma Phillips, Anna Stewart and ltuth Storehouse ssssssHfesV received from $200 to $C00 a week. When it comes to male film stars, their salaries are considerably less. From $100 to $400 is the weekly salary for leading men like King Ilaggott; Francis X. Bushman, Arthur Johnston, Maur Ice Costello, J, Warren Kerrigan and Carlyle Blackwell. The largest rum ever paid a legiti mm eJ. LP , -- A thorough examination of your eyes by n specialist of six teen yenrs experience. A proper correction by glosses of any Optical defect or eye . strain. To have your eyes tested nnd glasses Pitted for one reasonable '"""charge. The high cost of living Is not causing the stars of moving pictures to lose any sleep nights. In fact, the salaries paid to some of them would not look small to a bloated captain of finance. It Is true, however, that the incomes of many stars are not nearly so large as the general public has been led to Ji. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician OUtiet Filled, Ssmrscilon Clutrinteed. 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 $4.50 and up. "Shuron." "FIts-U- " Extra charges for "Kryptok," "Toric" and "Compound" Lenses. f t?i Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. l. 0. J. BYRNE, Optical Specialist. MARCH 22nd to 30th. AT THE KENGARLAN HOTEL, LANCASTER, KY. DC '"rt'7n iLd. K Clay Kauffman, Attorney-At-La- w Offices on Danville Street over Post Office. Office I'hone 3J. 3D E DG M. tB& msmsmm :im33 !$!mi) iM0Mro: wsmsbm 0 J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky Paint Lick, DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. Phone 387-- i 1 m n :: . "SAFETY FIRST" LIOIIT SIX UIX 8 :: BUCKEYE, KY. Prompt Service day nnd night. URIITFOUKflsa). r o ii, r.ctoiji J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Residence i'hone Offlce Over National Bank. 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. 1 0. PlsssissV'l 1 1 1 Phone 223. rim. Hour. It lo (Uo4-7to9p.- " m. 'a I CONVINCED- If you arc open to conviction take the time to inspect the various cars in your price zone make n careful analysis of each car the Mitchell will compare more than favorably in your final ft mate actor or actress for making picture was paid to Sarah Bernhardt. She received $30,000 from the Famous Flavers Film Company, for about six weeks' work. However, this was done largely for the sake of prestige. Threw Radium Away. A servant In Ilerlln cleaning out basin in a laboratory threw down the sink water In which bad been placed 15.000 worth of radium. iraBKssssB H. V. McCHESNEY. M. K. Denny and Offlce: W.i Doctors Of Denial Surgery. f heeler Stormes Bnlldlnggrer Hart A Ander son's Furniture 8 tore. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Dp. Wm. D. Pryor, i eg I I s d : conclusion. The eager Light Six or the smart Light Four show their individuality in every line their appearances, finish. .comfort nnd 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. 9 n B When yon feci out of sorts from constipation, let us say that U do not relieve you. boo a physician, because no other homo remedy will. Sold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRoberts Our Advice Is: THE MITCHELL LINE FOR Mitchell Light Six 1915 cylinders bae-l- x4 I tires 35 or six passengcrs-- ti 45 liormi power l'ii-i- n wheel Ave two, Mitchell Light Four cylinder U4 tiae-3- tires two and live passengers wheel hono power HC-i1,250 -0 Jl.M Mitchell Light Foursame as above passengers fl.SOO Mitchell Special Six 5 passenger-- C cylinders wheel base 50 horse power lU2-i30x4, tires $1,895 Mitchell Special Six-- G passengers-sa- me as above $1,995 Mitchell Six UeLuxe 7 passengera-- C cylinders 141-iCO horse power wheel base $2,350 37x6 tires GARRARD PEAVINE 3 s Will make the season of 1915 at my stable at Marksbury, Ky., at $15. to Insure a Living Colt Garrard Feavine, C503. is a fine In dividual, good style and action. Sired by Bex Feavine 179C, grand sire, Hex McDonald 833. 1st dam Gordo Lady 6330, she by Cerro Gordo 1022, he by Black Squirrel 68. ': I: flitchelULewis Motor Co. Racine, Wis, U. S. A. I I I m I CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. Lexington, Ky Distributors. TRY will also VINE at the same time and place make the season of 1915 at miix) mmi):mx).x SEE US AT THE SHOW. e: .xm);33 msmmss ;xiiiS3 0 $15. to Insure a Living Colt Try Vine by Rex Feavine 1790, 1st dam Guilty 9950. 2nd dum Blue Streak 4863. by Curtis Feavine. by Feavine 85. These are both combined horses and the best 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 andpiace land my big Jack, 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; JOHN MORGAN, JR., 3703 WAREHOUSES: " Warehouse . " Farmers Warehouse u " Home Warehouse It will have the special attention of experienced warehousemen and you will get prompt returns. Planters-Centra- l . . Ninth Street Warehouse Louisville Warehouse Kentucky & Peoples Warehouse ... ... .... Louisville, Ky. " " " " " " at $10.00 to insute a living colt. John Morgan, Jr., was aired by John Morgan he by Marmaduke and out of an ImportHe has proven to bo a ed Jennet. great mule Jack, Is 15 hands high, This good bone and a fine individual. Jack was bred and raised by Thos. Hill of Buckeye. I hao a big typo 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 msre parted with or brad to other stock without permission. a prevision In the Act giving a reasonable the close of ray term I wrote the bill Increasing the rural school term from five Mme. after Its ratification, before It operative. In order that those en months to six. and the companion bill progaged In the business may adjust their viding the funds for the extra month, without Increasing the tax rate, and seaffairs without too great a sacrifice. by the Leglalaturs. I have no fault to And with the County cured their passAge Office at Rainey's Livery Stable. Unit law. I have favored every advanced As Secretary of State I was a member of step taken In Us various amendments. It the Hoard which built the new Capitol, Lancaster, -- Kentucky Is a step In the right direction, and has and was alau a member of the lloard assessed been a great blessing to the Common- which were veryall franchise taxes, which largely Increased during taxes wealth, under It IOC counties have voted dry; but the remaining counties contain a that term. The two administrations covered by those eight ears marked an era very considerable part of the total population of the State. The present law of great prosperity In the governmental seems Inadequate to give relief to the peo affairs of the State a big state debt was ple or most of mese couniies. Ana again. paia on. me rural school term increased the llauor Interests. Instead of rhowing to slx months, two Slate ormal Schools respect for the County Cnlt and for established, the State University put on a comprehensive basis, a new Capitol the will of the people as expressed at the I"10 many other progressive movements polls, have been contesting every election '"" fostered, all without Increasing the tat where the result as dry. and going lntu rate, and a full treasury turned over to The Sure the courts with every possible technical- Ity. In an effort to defeat the will of the the succeeding administration. I am proud Growing Kind people. Not only has this been their attl-- . to have had a part In making that record, During the seven ears since I retired tude toward the law and Its enforcement. but they have made It their business to from pubuc office 1 have responded to bitterly oppose eiery man who aspires to every call of the Democratic party. Buy them from your local seed dealer, office who does not take his orders '"g this time, to the serious neglect of II he caa't supply you, writs ns direct. from them. A temperance man can not my personal affairs, I hav. stumped the LOUItVlUC SICD CO. run for any office In Kentucky, however state for my party In every campaign, lr 2nd and Main humble, without feeling the weight of giving my time and services to the Louisville, Ky. wrath, expressed in the usual way. eesj uf the party's nominees. My eight ears' experience In public Their efforts to dominate the politics of the State have Increased as county after office, referred to above, gave me an In- county has been udded to the do' column, sight Into the affairs of the State govern- ment that ought to nrove valuable tn the until their innivmce naa become a men-vc- e Chief Executive. My service to my party to popular government. since In view of nil this It seems that there me to retiring from office perhaps entitles some consideration. On this record Is but one solution to the problem, and private citlxen, and that Is to submit It tu the whole people oa a public officerability us1 a may possess, with I that we may know once and for all time submitwhatever my whether the people or the liquor Interests of the State. candidacy to the Democracy If nominated and elected I are to rule In Kentucky. Not only Is this shall devote my have n full line of high-tiraentire time and energy the logic of the sltuutlon. but It is abso- to the of the lutely fair. Who enn be henrd to euy that In an dischargepromote duties of the oltlie effort tu Field Seeds which I the moral, educathe people as n whole haven't a right to pass on a question so vitally nlTectlng tional and business Interests of the Comam ottering ot very attracbecome their moral and financial welfare? We monwealth, to the end that It may now better place even than It Is in submit good roods amendments and taxa- which to live. tive prices If interested, tion amendments to the whole people ltespectfuliy submitted. why not submit this question. Infinitely ask for samples and prices, more vital to them? H. V. McCHKS.NEY." As stated above. I am not unmindful Koitv-- ,x years old. virile, enthusiastic. of the property Interests Involved. It la and of a readv wit Mr vr.'K.. i... W. Bush Nelson, to ue regrcuea in.ai tnorai refoims often made himself one of the best known bring financial loss tu some: but the pubtv"tU'ky through his activity Lexington. Kentucky. lic conscience Justin. s the loss to the few Interests of the party In every cam- when It means an lutlnltelv greater sav uujnoou. lie entered ubllc ing, to the manv. The onward inarrh of life at the age of 25. when he was elei Christian civilisation must not be retarded I ounty Superintendent of Livingston. II. because a lew men hive invested to office. money In the business conatltuiiiitr their that he had taughtthat CuldwsU. 1'revlotis tu the In his nailv. otutrucllon. county. Crittenden, where he was reared; My familiarity with the financial arraira Webster and Livingston. of the State, as a result of eight years' rrom County Superintendent of Livingsexperience (from 1900 to 19071 Ktmer. ton he was promoted to the office of Slate Iniendent of Public Instruction and Sec- retary of State, and as a member of the.Ooebel ticket. Kour yiari Tlatef he Sinking Kund kWd eads m to the be-- 1 elected Secretary of Itale on the ticket lief tbat such a revision of our taxation I with J. c. w. Ueckham that time. Mr. creue in revenues tnai mignt arise from and close since or tne speakers' McCheeneyof was bureau the loss of the tax on liquors. And this Stain cnairman headquarters mi and. excepting can be done without any Increase of the Governor Mccreary Inhimself, tax rate. Saving state revenues Is Just speeches In the campaign thanmade more as Important aa producing them, with Democrat. He stumped the any other Slate with the elimination of the liquor business from Kentucky the saving to the Slate In crlm-In- iil,1 ."!".'" ".hen the latter was elected Our first offering of the remarkable Senator. prosecutions atone would be an enorProbably no Dubllc man In IK. i. mous Item, and go far inward a .itiii.r, In more demand of the nnanclal problem. If the money of occasions than as a speaker on all sorts Mr. McChesney, and his spent for Uquor In Kentucky, and for Interests In affairs touching criminal prosecutions growing out of Its lite, as well aa the welfare of community the use can be saved, in half a dosen years are well known In Krankfort. where State he has Everything for Orchard. Lawn and SL Co.n.r,"V the financial situation of resided law since the Bute and build a macadam road to leaving and has been practicing present Garden. every church and school hnuu in k- - msmber state office, lie la at of the City lloard of Education. Commonwealth. Director of the Y. M. C. A., Anotnsr large saving can be Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Kentucky State Historical Mo.-an- d pushed by the elimination of all useless of the deacon In the Rantl.t fh,.. a oltlces, and If elected 1 shall Instliuti s Ieealdsn f its Sunday ochocl. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. rBuy Gold Mectah SEEDS ftefcf FIELD SEEDS. STRAWBERRY PLANTS ruit and Shade Trees Mammouth Pearl Potato H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. 13.1. 1915 SUBSCRIBE FOR LOUISVILLE TOBACCO INcoaroMTiD WAREHOUSE CO., Louisville, Kentucky The Central Record CASTORIA For Infants aad Children HARK GOINS. Marksbury, - 1000 Pony Coupons given with every subscription, New or Old. Kentucky. III Us Always bean Fr Ovmt 30 Years ture of A Policy La The Central Life Is As Safe As a National Bank Note It is Secured In A Similar Manner. flentral ear GARRARD Insurance n o life Jjiberal In comparable TO AVOID Jjontracts W. H. GREGORY, President. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. BUENA VISTA Take a Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiffs, Francis Turpin, et al. VS Will Lear, et al. Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the March Term, 1915, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction. before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts, on MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1915, CATARRH GARRA1U) CIRCUIT COURT. G. W. Callebs' Admr. I'laintiir, VS. Dora Callebs, et al. Defendants. Pursuant to a Judcmcnt rendered at the March Term. 1915, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction beiore the Court House door In l.an caster, Kv., at 11 o clock, A. Al.. or thereabout;, on MONDAY. MARCH 22. 191G, v County Court Term the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and des cribed as follows: Located in Garrard County, Kentuc ky, and bounded as follows: Beginning at an ash stump, line to J. W. Scott, a corner toll. F. Smith (now I'oorjof the W land herein conveyed: thence N 89 97.7 poles to a stone in the line of II. F. Smith (now Poor), a corner to Margaret Robinson; thence N 125 poles to a stone in the old Harrodsburg dirt road: thence N 63 E 10.4 poles to the it being the first day of the Garrard thence S 80 E 2 poles S 82 W 8 poles S 8 E 1 poles S 52 W 1 pole; thencn S 8 E 7 poles; thence N 80 E 11 poles; thence S 78J poles to the center of the Bryantsvitle and Fork dirt road to a corner to the lands conveyed by C. J. Spilman to J. C. England; thence S 2J W 77 poles to the beginning, containing 93J acres. Being the same tract of land conveyed to G. W. Callebs by H. C Ruble and wife, by deed dated January 2. 1914, and recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's Office in Deed Book No 32, page 137. This land is ordered sold by the Commissioner for the purpose of paying the debt of II. C. Ruble, amounting to JG00O.0O. with interest from Jan. 2. 1914, until paid, against said estate, and to settle the estate of G. VV. Callebs, deceased. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser or purchasers will be required to execute bonds with approvad security for the purchase price, one half due in six months and one half due in twelve months, bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution mr y issue, payable to W. II. Brown. Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property Train Schedule Al Lancaster, Ky. sold until all the purchase money is paid. Arrive. W. II. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. No 10; 5:00 a. m. J. E. Robinson, Atty for PlfTs., To Maysville, connecting at Richmond Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auctionter with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexing ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & County Court Days. Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. Richmond, 1st. Monday. No 71; 8:35 a. m. Paris, 1st. Monday. To Rowland & Stanford connecting Frankfort. 1st. Monday. at Rowland, U & N to all points South Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. No 28; 11:01 a. m. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. To Richmond, connecting with L & Stanford, 2nd.Monday. N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Sc Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. No 70; 11:50 a. in. Danville, 3rd. Momip". To Richmond, connecting with fast Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. train to Cincinnati. NicholasvlDe, 3rd. Monday. No 27; 2:09 p. m. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. Green, and at Bardstown Junction to LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Bardstown & Springfield. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. No 9; 8:42 p. m. Versailles, 4th. Monday. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. Bryantsvitle &Cane RunTurnpikeroad; thence N 62 E 31 poles: thence N 63 E NW K 15 poles to the Northwest corner of the Methodist Parsonage, but directly opposite North eait corner of store room in the and Cane Run turnpike road; 41.1 poles, County Court Term the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows: On the waters of Back Creek In Gar rard County. Kentucky, beginning at a stake in a branch, a small black walnut pointer; thence down the same with its meanders, N 16) W 58.3 poles, N 11J E 14 poles. N 2 E 16 poles. N 101 W 36 poles N 2 W 35.3 poles to a stone; thence N 22 W 20 poles to a stake in Back Creek: thence up the same with its meanders S GJJ W 12 poles S 56; W 42 poles S 33J W 13.2 poles S 56 W 30 Doles S 6 W 15 noles S 20 E 34.6 Doles. S 22J E 63.5 poles, S 40J W 17 poles to a stake in said creek; thence a new line N 87 E 80 poles to the beginning. containing 77 acres. Being the same tract of land conveyed to John Lear, Denr.is Lear and Peter Lear, by W. H. Spainhower, by deed dated January 1, 1893, and recorded in the Garrard Countv Clerk s Office in Deed Book Z, COY page 478. This land is ordered sold bv the Com missioner for the purpose of dividing Wm. C. and Coy S, Swxiers bought the proceeds among the plaintiffs and defendants as their rights may be ad from Claud Sparks a calf for $30. judged, the said land being jointly own Mr. and Mrs. Phil MeMitlian visited ed by the parties to the action. Mr. Rice of Danville last Monday niht TERMS. J. M. Sanders and wife of Loyd were The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the pur- the guest of Mrs M. A. Sanders last chaser will be required to execute Sunday. bonds with approved security for the Mr and Mrs Elijah McMiUian enter purchase price, one half doe in six months and one half due in twelve tained a number ot friend at dinner months, bearing six per cent interest Sunday. from date until paid, having the for-- e Mr. Earl Grow and wif spent Satur and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. II. day and Sunday with Mr. Dole Lemay Brown, Master Commissioner of the and family. Garrard Circuit Court, and a Ken will Mr. J. P. Wearen opened up the fiah- be reserved upon the property sold until In; season Sunday by catching a Large all the purchase money is paid. W. II. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. string of fish. E. Robinson, Att'y for PIffa. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian were Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Phil McMil- it being the first diy of the Garrard Honor Roll of the Buena Vista Con- OR BREAK UP A COLD. solidatrd School, The following pupils of the Buena Use Hjomei a Simple Remedy that Vista School have been present every Instantly Relieves. day of the sixth month and have made a class grade above 90 per cent. Grade 10. Nettie Askins. Lucy At th first smpton of catarrh ruch Itrnl( SonM- - Klhpl ttvnna as sniffles, fits of sneezing, raising of Grade 9. Henrietta Mayes, Lillian mucus, itching of the nose, or that choked-ufeeling, surely take im- ) Walton, Janie Belle Frost, Ruth Lane, mediate steps to conquer the distres- - I Clint Ruble. Grade 8. Sadie Scott, Ural Blake- Ing, unclean and annoying, but man, Stephen Ison. serious ailment. Grade 7. Nannie Belle Scott, Lida One of the easiest and simplest reme dies to check catarrh and break up a K. Scott. Grade 7. Mabel Mayes. cold is Hyomei. Just put a few drops Grade 5. Marie Ruble, Mattie Mayes of this antiseptic and healing liquid Gladys into the small inhaler that comes with Rachel Scott. Sadie Ruble, every complete outfit, and breathe it. Hamilton, Orion McMurtry, Ruble This medicated air immediately soothes Scott. Grade X May Houp, Annie Lane the inflamed tissues and effectively drives out the poison. Just a few tnin Ethel Ogg. Catherine Smith, Maggie utes use of this most helpful remedy Hicks, Agnes Ruble, Brady Lee Smith. Grade 2. Andrew Eason, Robert opens the stuffed air passages, clears the head and throat of the unclean dis McCullah, Willard Brown, Paul Ruble, charges you breathe treely and im Henry Lane, Bessie Hacker, Pearlie Graham. mediately feel better. Grade 1. Marvin Smith, Lora Smith. Hyomei is so certain to leheve and give lasting bennt that R. E. Mc Virgil Houp. Roberts sells it on the pay" plan. HAPPY WOMEN s. ! Tonight It will act as a laxatlvo mornlnpj R. E. McRoberts " in. the COMMON SENSE. Longfellow could take a worthless piece of paper nnd write a poem on (t and muke it worth 165,000 -- than genius. There are some men who could write a few words on a piece paper and make it worth $8,000,000 that's capital. The United States can take an ounce and a quarter of gold and make it worth $20 that s money The Allen 34 When you pay $895 for an Allen 34 you get $895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. build integrity into every Alien automobile. Our organization it strong and permanent. We are in the automobile business to ttay. Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price we get If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, kaniumt car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the Allen 34, touring carat 1895, is the complete answer to your requirements. Price, $895 Study these facts Ttie Allen 14 hu in Allen 17 horarpemf r rn- leather upholitcrr. Warner trcnimluion and netting (tit. opartd ilriff, ice brakee, 110 -- inch wn'elhaie, demountable rim., aluminum crank rate and aluminum I C'-mi- nl caie, tlittnt ItfkU and Plenty of Them in Lagcafttr, wtl Reason lor It. Good Wouldn't any woman be happr. After years of Days of misery, nights of unret. The distress of urinary troubles. When she finds freedom. Many readers will profit hy the fol backache-suffering. material worth watch springs worth $1,000 that's skill. There is man in Chicago who can take a fifty cent piece of canvas, paint n picture on it, and make it worth $1,000 that's art. HA Greek can take an article worth 75c and sell it for $1 that's business A woman could purchase a hat for 7.rc but prefers one worth $27 that's foolish ness. A ditch digger handles several tons ot earth for $l.CO a labor. The author of this can write check for $0v00O.O00, but it wouldn't be worth a dime that's rough. There are people who will tell yoa that other papers are as good as this that's nerve, Take $1.00 and get a year's subscrip tion to the Central Record that's com mon sense. A mechanic can take $5 and make it into day-that'a Sine, Weiion-Mo- tt aite, mohair lop We Tlie wtUfct of the ear U JJu) whkti. llh the towrtW ih motor, iM.vic ffUmoj of vtratioo. anj tlittnt ttarltr. It, . Ial4 !.. rd.l.r mu IhrMII.. I'M la W. rIa4 SU .rl.. FARM FOR SALE. Farm containing W acre, three miles north of Lancaster on the Lexington pike, well improved with good stock barn and all necessary out buildings with never failing springs and splendid young orchard in full bearing. The residence contains ten roams, 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-fivacres in bluegrass, the balance in clover and meadow. The desirable location, fer tility of the soil, makes this a most desirable home. For further particu lars, apply to Alex West. Lancaster Ky, e ItrU.miii, ftvirr, L.&N. lian Saturday night. Earl Grow sold to Sanders brothers a cow and calf for $60, also bought amule for $125 from same parties. Mrs. Myrtle Warren and children were the pleasant guests of her sister Mrs. Del Layton ot McCreary, Messrs J. and Homer Moberley visit ed their grandfather Mr. Charley Mitchell of Nicholasville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Grow and children of Bryantsvitle were visitors of Mr. Wm Moberly and family last Sunday. Mrs. Nannie Moberley and grand daughter Alberta Speaks, spent the day very pleasantly last Tuesday with Mrs. Mary A. Sanders and family. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville St., Lancaster Ky, says: "I suffered a grrat deal from backache and couldn't sleep well. On several occasions my buck became so painful and weak that I was unable to do my housework. Being ad vised to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial, I did so, procuring a supply at Frtsbie a Drug Store (now R. E. Me Roberts drug Store). They helped me from the first and I was soon relieved I gladly confirm what I said some years agorecommendingDoons Kidney Pills." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't 3 simply ask fcr a kidney remedy get Doan.s Kidney Pills the same that n Mrs. Pumphrey had. Co., Props. Buffalo, N. Y. Foster-Milbur- lowing. Mrs. Faatorr lUpressntatlTes for Southern Ohio, edJeMat West Vlr laJa Territory, Southern Indiana anj entire State ( Eeatuekr. . Dealers t Write or wire for agency proposition Kenton Motors Co. tnmtmy tfmi'um, itrviitaiU fnai'iM and fritt, Allin tan tail tht ItaJ 3l2&r TO cr. jm, ICn ?r Of. Or Cr or.-.-nn nK irAWJKJftjrvJKaKartarv okokoKokoKoKoKsK . -- r- nnr-r.r-r-- im FAST WINTER SERVICE FLORIDA Via IS MONEY TO LOAN. THE DARDANELLES. I've always longed to view the sot Where hold Leander Breasted the wave to Hero's grot Defying slander; Yea, ever, since I was a boy My fancy's beckoned Across the storied plain of Troy That Homer reckoned. And, oh, to see where Xerxes led His legions fabled; Where Alexaider fought and bled, Killed and disabled. Then next my bark in fancy plies (At dawning it is) To where enhorned in gold there lies The pearl of citiesl But from the recent news we've had It must be hot there. And I confess I'm rather glad That I am not there. New York Sun. To The Housewife. Madam, if your husband is like most men lie expects you to look after the health of yourself and children. Coughs and colds are the most common of the minoi ailments and are most likely to A child is lead to serious diseases. much more likely to contract diphtheria or scarlet fever when it has a cold. If you will inquire into the merits of the various remedies that are recommend ed for coughs and colds you will find that Chamberlain a Cough Remedy stands high in the estimation of people who use It. It is prompt and effectual, pleasant and safe to take, which are qualities especially to be desired when a medicine is intended for children. For sale by all dealers. Applications received for loans from $1000.00 to $10,000.00. on improved and unimproved town property and farm lands. Iuterest 8 per cent straight. Interest payable annually or teml-anually. Timv: one to ten years. Ap plicants for loans will please give des cription, location, and valuation of pro perty offered as security for loan. State improvements and valuation of same. We want ( ounty representatives to receive applications for loans, appraiso propertp, ind serve as our exclusive representative. Attorney or real tate man preferred. Applicants for loans, and applicants for agencies positively required to furnish at least two character references and forward postage, five 2 cents stamps, for ap plication blanks, full particulars, and prompt reply. Write Southern Office, Southeastern Mortgage Loan Assn., Fourth Nat'l Bank Bldg., Atlanta, Ga, n SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Cairicr of thccSouth "ST LOUIS SPECIAL" equipped train; through Drawinn-rooPullman Sleeping Cars to Ashcvillo and Jacksonville. Hiffh-dass.stem STEEL COACHES-NK- W DINING CAR SERVICE All Electric Lighted 'A Other Fnmotia Southern Rrjorta Aiken USE A WHEN STOMACH Augusta Charleston Colurrbia Savannah Summcrvil'o Jo; IS UPSET. No matter how long you have suffered from a miserable, upset stomach, -- a indigestion or dyspepsia, simple, inexpensive prescription easily had at any drug store will quickly, safely and effectively end the distrets, 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 or acid trste in the mouth, severe pain in the pit of the stomach, gas, coated tongue, offensive breath, restless nights and nervousness. It's needless for you to suffer for tablets bring joyful just a few relief they do more for these little "helps to health" foothe and strengthen the Inflamed and weakened stomach walls and increase the flaw of the It Mummifies Them. digestive juices so that the stomach Harmless to human beings or live Hereford Bull can care for the food as nature intendstock. Kid your place of these pest ed. SEASON 1915. without smell or danger. Order a can No matter what alls your stomach today. Get some put your fB'' In 6 pound pail Prices 50c and $1.00 ran, of these harnless but helpful tablets Two miles from Lancaster on the $5.00. Postage paid. R. E. McRoberts today and eat Rat Corn is guaranteed to do all we say from Richmond pike. whatever your appetite craves, and W. B. NELSON, Uiiafton, Ky. never fear distress. R. E. For information m to ichrdulos, fares ami through aleeplng V. car service communtcatu with yuur local agent, or Very Low Homeseekcrs' Fares Winter Tourist in Excursion Fares Stotovcr and other special features. 73 l. SR II. TODD. District Ai.nt Starkx Bulltltriii. LouUvUln. Ky. ri.nk'rr 73 cv 50, SR SR SR SR SRSR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR' l RAT CORN Are Yok a Woman? Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made hit name famous all over tha United Statat and Canada. Compoaed of Roots, llerba, Darke and Berries, For treatment of Human Diseases. Mt-o-- Registered m Card!!! The Woman's Tonic. I DAKOTA JACK The Northwesters Coobor ORIQINATOft OP runley's Indian Service $2.00 Cash. HENRY. Ilert- -J Days' Treatment, Dakota Jack's Cowbor Unlment . Dakota Jack's Crcme Soap, rrice bus .kIL C. t0, on exit at 11.00 2S XSs C 4 J. E. Slorncs and R. E. McRkwj. FN SALE AT ALL MUfiflSTS PUR3UY S INDIAN HERBS Uosnen ceiuvieijr ouuua The Central Record, Thursday Mch 18, 1915 AMERICAN Mr. Louis P. Page 5 1506 5 in d c PEACE SOCIETY. EVERY GASTORIA Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough! ALCOHOL J rEK CKNr." ANtCclaNelVfpafaibnler.li-stallaitoitenxrfjttiRrtui- Bears the Signature Promotes DitfoitairWJnCSS and IVvf nnlita t nrOtar - OpiimiXorptoc narltacnL OOTNAHCOTIC. of JkruouncOHsmm ri r A J1 StowdLUtantai Worms fonvnlsioajfotridf IU33 anl Loss ofSuep. t Ion . Sour TkcS'mak Sljnsmri In Lochner, of Chicago, representing the American Peace Society, founded in 1829 and the oldest of all peace societies, lectured In the evening. school auditorium, Monday Mr. Lochtncr Is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, and has traveled extensively In Europe. II has Interviewed many dlstlnguiihcd European and American statesman and the majority agree that the present war is the result of military agitations Which have been going on In Europe for n generation. The American Peace Society has a constructive program and labors to the end that peace, justice and good will should determine the relations between nations, as these principals control the actions of com munities. Mr. Lochner pointed out that nations live in fear of each other. while communities live by faith in each other. As individuals now settlo their UifTtculties in courts, "so the nations should be educated to do the same. II said that the nation that sleeps on Its guns will as surely get Into trouble as the man that "totes" a gun gets into trouble. GOOD ROADS FEVER. Good roads enthusiasm is spread ing throughout the state. Fiscal courts generally aro voting an appropriation In order to avail themselves of the state aid fund. Even Kowan county. where land is listed lower, we believe, than any county in the state, has voted to expend $12,000 upon it roads, which with the amount to be received from the state fund, will make a creditable road fund for a county likd Itowan. The land in that county, generally, is not as productive as in most coun ties, but with better roads will come the Improvement of the land and an enhancement of Its value. A county Ilka Garrard, with the richest and most fertilo soil to be found anywhere, would be immcasura bly advanced by the improvement of her highways, What sho needs is permanently improved roads leading from every direction to trading cen ters and shipping points. At a time when market prices aro the highest CHILD DREAMS OF OWNING A SHETLAND PONY. I News Merrte) eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeePellefflflleBse aasssssssssssTjSIi-lI- r K' " iB ft V J UncM? j? .aiiiiHkJaiHtillya' "KM To the Business Men of 1 LANCASTER a clean collar and eels his shoes shined. Then he 00A1 like more business and he's made a firing start toward getting It. , Likewise, a community can go after more business and get It The "clean collar and shiny shoes" of this town are the stores, the bright, cheery g homes, the fresh, buildings. The part paint plays In building up local pride cannot be put In figures but its good effects are recorded on the local merchants' sales sheets. Buy good paint We recommend and sell When a good salesman goes out after business, he first puts on Use ASK FOR COUPONS AND HELP MAKE Phoenix Painter Trade Lead White (Dutch Dor Mark) and pure linseed oil. We know of nothing else so satisfactory, so lasting and cheap In the long run. We sell all other paint necessaries as welL Oct In touch with us today. C. C. & if For Over THIS DREAM COME TRUE. J. E. Stormcs, Druggists, Lancaster. IlUE CCXTALTl COMTASi; NEW YUHK. Thirty Years FffFT luorantced undrrlr roods Ktmct Copy METTLE GASTORIA IsB sllllllllllHi Diaw A Check of Wripper. for the money you ov e and note how much more res HEADQUARTERS FOR pectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Vulcan .and Syracuse Trust Co. PLOWS. Best Grade of the toads are generally impassable. and our farmers are unable to take advantage of opportunities. We have one of the most efficient and conscien tious County Judges in the State in Judge Clayton Arnold and we know that with him behind the aid we expect to get from the State our roads will be They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. Clarence Hall, Elizabeth Conn, Loudella Peace, J. 0. Bogie, Jr. Kobt M Graves, A. B. Estridge, Gladys Conn, Allie Brummett, Nelson Conn, Elsie Brown, Tobacco Gotton Grass Seeds. at 3cts See us for all kinds of Field or Becker, PHONE 27. The following boys and girls have expressed a desire for the pony and cart and they or their friends have enIn tered their names as contestants trcding with the different merchants and business men, whose names appear below this, be sure and get a coupon and vote for your favorite. second to none. Pearl Crutchfleld J. D. Manuel Jr, V. A. Lear, Jr. Isabelle Terrill, SWEET CLOVER. William Renner. Fannie Tinsley, The great new fertilizer and James Dorwin Sealr, Hen Rankin, equal to alfalfa in hay and Mary Blanche Conn, Johnnie Vanhook, pasture, Write for price list of seed Ilaby Sister Caneer, Edwin Kirk, Chas. Bastin, Embry, and "Free Circular" telling how to William Grant, Lyle Pruitt, Frances grow it. Virginia Pearl Walker.Aleene Thomas, JOHN A. SHEEHAN. Mamie V. Davis, Bessie Grant, It, D. 3, Falmouth, Ky, land-build- The Garrard Bank & Trust Company John "Red" Smith, Willie C. Daniel", Hellena Perkins Leslie Sherrow, Wilmoth Sutton, E. J. Oaks, Jr. Henry Shelby Fish, Ruth Lane, Carrie Sutton, Clinton Ruble, Ida Sowder, Ewell Led ford, Elisha Cheatham, Homer Moberly, Earl Ward Clark, Grace Fathergill, Raymond Cox, Lucy V. Long, Margaret Doty, David Hamilton, George Brown, Jane Brown, Elsie Clark. Harry Brown, FEED INTERNATIONAL Stock most Food needed. Ethel Clara Dudderar. This is the season when it is Be sure and ask for coupons at the following FARMER'S COLUMN places. The "Rex" Theater, Good Pictures and Good Music, Ballard and Scot Kv, McHoberts Drug1 Store I 1 u BRYANTSVILLE. ORGANIZED 1883. dpace b.low (hi, beadiucla lot ma eiclu It ute of our farmer eubecrlbera, and I, for the itla of nock, fiam aud such things on fftrm ss the farmer cannot afford to adrcr ttie. Ko notice will b, accepted OTer four lines, aud will be only In two la, nee of ibe coao. f ree of charge E. C. Gaines, Nothing but Insurance. R. E. McRoberts, Drugs and Paints. For brakes. Sale:-Abo- one dozen good hemp It. K. Speaks, Lancaster R 2, a J. W. Smith, The House of Quality. Davidson and Doty, Groceries and Meats. e Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTER, KY. r OK SALE:-(Jn- old mules. 3 and one 2 year J. W. Itoyston, Marksbury, Ky. Capital $50,000. B. P. HUDSON. W. Surplus $45,000. J. J. WALKEH. Joe J. Walker, Jr., Cashier. Vice FOit SALE:-Si- President. Vmt. good hemp brakes. Mrs. IlebeccaJ. West. x Ready-To-We- Joseph Mercantile Co, Dry Goods and Ladies Garments. ar I m m FERTILIZER If you want the Best Tobacco and Potato grown See m 0. P.igney, Au't Caah'r. W. P. CHAMP, ever get the notion that the fates are against 'vou. Dame Fortune It not a fickle jade. If you pursue her concientioualy anil continuously, you will surely be rewarded with success. You will need the of an absolutely reliable bank. MAY WE SERVE YOU. DON'T Paint Lick, has some young mules to loan out, and some good baled bav for sale. James II. Woods, For eggs. 310-B- ., Sale:-Silv- Denny and Wheeler, Dental Surtfeous. Go Lace Wyandotte cent for setting of 15. Phore Mrs. Haselden Bros, Everything in Hardware. Miss Minnie Brown, The Latest in Millinery. The Central Record, 1,000 votes with each scription, new or old. THE HONOR ROLL. The Steady Subscriber. K. Zimmer, W. A. Speith. Green Clay Walker. I Sub- J. It. Lawson, Iancaster, Ky. For Kent:Four rooms in dwelling of Mrs. Vina McWhorter, to responsible parties. I. n. Shepherd, Paint Lick, Ky, Pure Brown Leghorn eggs, fifty cents a setting. Mrs. Fred J. Conn, Route 1. For bull. Sale:-Nic- W. 0. Funeral Ollice Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. e yearling short horn Itobt. Fox, Marksbury Ky, Director and It. L. Cox, Paint Lick, has for sale a 6 year old horse. 4 year old mare, good workers, 200 bales hay, 150 barrels corn at crib. Good milk cow for sale. Fresh and a good miker. T. L. Yantis FOR SALE:-Fift- y i Lancaster, "How dear to our hearts is tho steady subscriber. Who pays in advance at the birth of each year. Who lays down the money and does it auite gladly, And casts 'round the ollice a halo of cheer. He never says: "Stop it, I cannot afford it, I'm getting more papers now than I read"; It-- WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO FLORIDA-CUBA-NE- W ORLEANS STOP-OVE- AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. FAVORABLE R PRIVILEGES. rssbb B EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED For Particular Apply to Any Ticket Agent or Address' H. C. 101 KING, Ticket AeK Pass r East Main St., Lexington, Ky. a, bushels of picked But always says, "Send It; our people all like The silage seed corn. A. T. Traylor, fact Is we think it a help and a Stanford. Ky.. R. F. D. No. 4 need," FOR SALE:-Thre- e good 3 year old How welcome his check when it reachmules, two 4 year old horses, some es our sanctum. stock shoats and two good milk cows, How it makes our pulse throb, how J. H. Prewitt. It makes our hearts dancel Marksbury, Kv. We outwardly thank him, we Inwardly bless him The steady subscriber who pays in advance. G W Thompson, Miss Tessie Hardin, Mrs. Lula Johnson, The undersigned hereby give warn Salem Wallace. ing to all persona not to trespass upon Clinton Bastin, Miss Sallie L. Myers, Thomas Owens, our lands for any purpose whatever as L. D. Parks, J, E. Seale, we win prosecute all offenders to ful Homer Tinsley, Palmer, A. D. Hughes, list extent of t law. Hunters and. J. W. Ed Blown, Miss Fannie Woods, Fishermen especially take notice. J no. A. Conn Jr, Ed & N II Price K. L. Elkln C. C. Grow, Jessie Thomas, L. Woner, W. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. Mrs S. D. Carpenter, 11. 0. Arnold. James G. Conn, R. T. Embry, C. W. Coulter, Miss Settle Naylor, C. Morgan, C. H. Todd, We will add other names for 25 cent Felix Lane. C. T, Brummltt, J. W. Hill. cash. POSTED Chas. Zimmer, C. A. Speith, J. C. Fox, Harry Kautfman, Robert Long, B. F. Broadus, Frank Land, S. B. Doolin. Geo. D. Burdette. W. L. Huffman. W. H. Humphrey, A. B. Brown. Mrs. J. S. Bowniun, Mrs. J. C. Rally. James Ray, Mrs. I. W. Fish. J. A. Beazley, Cleveland Rose, W. 0. Rlgney. II. V. Bastin, J. F. Dickerson, Mrs. J. W. Tate, Mrs. Ann Robinson, Marshal Sutton, J. W. Beagle. W. C. Davis. F. S. Hughes, Ed Bourne, A. M. Marida, J. C. Eubanks, J. W. West. . W. R. Gains, J. L. Beazley, W. II. Shanks J. C. Pepples, Mrs. II. S. Withers. J. H. Hilton, Fred, J, Conn, Mrs. Joe Bowman, Squire R. Boyle, Mrs. Bettie Scott, Mrs. Lula Johnson, J.H.Wallace. R. II. Batson, Mrs. J. B. Anderson, Mrs. John Doty. Mrs. J. D. Burchell. U. G' Preston Mrs. S. K. Dudderar, Geo. Conn, W. H. Collier. Mrs. Sallie Rainey, Geo. Ray, Mrs. C. D. Powell, Joe Simpson, Joe Hamilton, Clell Thomas, T. N. Brown. Mrs. Jim Turner, W. B. Ray, Huoert Fothergill, Geo. Dishon, Miley Walker. Mrs. A. B. Estridge, Wm. Mahan, W. II. Hamilton. Henry Jackson. Ben Humphrey, J. R. Weddle, H. B. Northcott, Milton Sneed. Sam Cotton, Chas. Graves, Richard Eyerman, Dr. J. B. Kinnalrd, Ambrose Calico, A. C. Miles, J. W. Brown. J. N. Teater, Mrs. J. C, Robinson. BAILEY & MOSS. 1 1 1 Ford owners drive their own cars. Ford simplicity gives this pleasure. Simplicity in construction. Simplicity in control. It dosen't require an expert mechanic to understand and operate a Ford Car. The Ford is easy to care for. Wonderfully inthan expensive to maintain and operate-le- ss two cents a mile. Economy, Simplicity, comfort convenience, make the Ford car the utility than for everybody in city and country-mor- e useful car for ALL 700,000 now in use-th- e Runabout $410; Touring Car $430; Town Car $090; Coupelet $7W; Sedan $975. f. o. b. Detroit with all equipment. On display and sale at THE MADISON GARAGE, Kentucky, INCOKTORATKD Richmond, Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Men 18, 1915. SPRING OPENING Our collection of wearing apparel for the Spring season will be of much interest to both women and children. Rare judgment has been exercised in the selection of styles. t FLOWERS Prices have been named with great .care, with a view to your continued and future, as well as present patronage. MUSIC. i We have a display of childrens dresses, ages 6 to 14. We take special pride in showing these garments for everyone is perfectly tailored. They are made with deep hems, quite necessary In childrens dresses. We invite you to visit us Saturday on the occasion of our Opening. J. E. DICKERSON. OSTRACISE THE CAN. I Now is a good time to take a glance INCORPORATED. tl.00 a year. over your backyards and devise some Weekly. Issued plan to ostracise the fruit cans and accumulated rubbish which have J. . ROBINSON. Editor. resince the last installment was Mfir. moved. You can generally judge of R.L ELKIN. Local Eilitnr and the occupants of a house by the conentered t the Po.t UBlee In Lancsttrr, Kjn dition in which the front and back m SecondCUm MhII M.tlcr. yards are kept. In a general sense we Member Kentucky Tress Association all pride ourselves on being cleanly and and tidy. Home and its surroundings Eighth District Publishers League. above all places in the world should Lancaster, Ky., March 18, 1915. The Central Record WATCH WORTH PROMINENT MAN DEAD. Mr. Granville Cecil, one of the most FULLY $3,500. prominent financier! and stockmen in Central Kentucky, died at the home of In Kentucky Tesult Of his First Time-Piec- e ron, near Danville, Monday after noon. He owned more than 1,000 acres Fsmous Medicine. of bluegrass land and was also widely Louisville, March. 18. A very hand- known as a horseman, having owned He was C5 years some watch Is now on exhibition in this Gambettn Wilkes. old. city. SPRING CLEA NINGI IS AT HAND. be scrupously guarded against taminating influences. con- Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Oiltees . . .$ 5.00 10.00 Por County Offices For State and District Offices.... 16.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per ADAIR CAPTURES PRIZE. Our congratulations go to Adair county for the capture of the prize for the best record made by the "moonlight schools." The people of Adair showed an interest in the cause which is highly commendable, and the fact that the plum was secured in the face of strong competition speaks volumes for the 10 earnestness and progressiveness of the line 05 mountain county. Now. with other Obituaries, per line counties failing in line just as earnestly, we may safely assume that the POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS fight on illiteracy in Kentucky is in a way to be won more speedily than The Central Record is authorized to fair sanguine ever dreamed of. announce the following candidates for the most office, subject to the Democratic primary, August 7th, 1915. RELIGIOUS WORK. FOR GOVERNOR. Hon. A. 0. 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. Kccnon, of Mercer county. J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. W. B. Mason. W. A. Doty. Danville, Ky, March 17. 1915. and that he was wremely nervous The increased attention now given to and complained of a twitching sensareligious work at our colleges is illus- tion most of the time. Itching of the trated bv a successful series of religious nose and.dizziness were other sympmeetings that have been held at Centre toms enumerated by the jeweler. "He asked me." said Mr. Cooper "if College and the Kentucky College for I thought Tanlac would help his child. Women in this city. The Rev. Thomas In reply, I stated that he could test White, tho Presbyterian student-pasto- r its own merits. at the University of Indiana, conduct- the medicine on he bought Tanlac The result was that fur ed these meetings. Every morning for a week he spoke his son. 'Thinking nothing particularly of to the students of K. C. W. and of Centre College at their respective the incident, I was a little surprised chapel periods on moral and religious a few months later to receive a letter problems that especially concern young from the jeweler, stating that Tanlac FOR SHERIFF. women and young men. He also held had relieved his son, who was now G. T. Ballard, Jr. conference periods, during which he rosy and running about like the rest FOR REPRESENTATIVE. talked personally with individual stu of the boys and asking me if I would H. Cluv Kauftman. dents. It is believed that the result of accept a 'small, token of his apprethese meetings will be a permanent ciation.' I answered his letter, telling while I would appreciate his I am a candidate for County Court strengthening of the religious vitality him that gift, the fact that Tanlac had accomClerk to succeed J. W. Hamilton the of the two educational institutions. plished the right results in his child's present Clerk. case was sufficiently gratifying to me. I have accepted The Chief deputies FAILED TO HIT RIGHT NOTE. Shortly afterward, this beautiful In the office in order to appointment You can imagine my Champ Clark's address in which he watch came. acquaint mvself with the duties of is invaluClerk and having fitted myself to take attempted to rehumanize George Wash' surprise. To me this gift meanthe examination required by law, I ington has been widelv commented up able, because it bears a double By some seriously, by others ing." sincerely ask and solicit your support. on. The famous medicine, Tanlac, can jocularly The New York World says E. M. Walker. to failure be- now b bought in Lancastes, Ky., at Clark was foredoomed Railroad Commissioner. cause Washington has become a "steel McRoberts drug store. We are authorized to announce engraving" and the American people long ago, to consider him JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown, refused, of llesli and blood. DELIGHTFUL PROGRAM AT creative Nelson County, as a canditate for the "But how did the speaker hope to Democratic nomination for Railroad get anyone," says the World, "by re PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Commissioner from the Second Disferring to the fact that George Wash trict; the primary election to be held Ington sometimes swore, that he drank The Woman's Home and Foreign Saturday August 7th., 1915. s and that he bet on horse Missionary Society ot the Transylvania races? Why did he neglect that great Presbytery will conduct a delightful historical occasion when George Wash program at the Presbyterian church STANLEY FOR GOVERNOR. ington and Mrs. Nathaniel Greene next Tuesday March 23. ' The man out of the numerous Those from our midst who will take danced threo hours without stopping? already announced who beats "Juleps and horse races and cuts part in the program are Mrs. E. C, Stanley out will know he has been run- words leave this generation cold, but a Gaines who will deliver the welcome ning some before he reaches the goal. In father of his country who could have address and Mrs. Fred Friable who will Congressman Stanley has been a powerall night, a father of his give the report of the secretary of ful champion of the people against country who could have tangoed until literature. Noted speakers from a traits, and the trusts will defeat him the last Broadway lobster palace was distance will also take part in the at the primary if they can. They will closed by the clamorous cops, a father program. not do it In an open tight, but by sup- of his country who could have danced porting some one of his opponents that the Vernon Castles off their feet and LECTURER FROM SIAM they will be able to control. The e orchestra hanging Kentucky will not left the tobacco growers of kind limply to its banjoes that is the The Woman's Home and Foreign soon forget how Mr. Stanley came to of Georgu Washington the speaker Missionary Societies of the Transylvania their rescue during their wrestle with should tell about if he wants a symmeeting Presbytery will hold an the Tobacco Trust when they won out pathetic American audience. at the Presbyterian church in this citv organization, and that he freely gave "Champ Clark meant well, but he on Tuesday March 23rd, and the memhis service when others were being failed to hit the right note." bers of all the local Missionary orpaid for similar service. Tne big comganizations of the town are most hate him, and that is a pretty binations Glee Club of Transylvan-l- a cordially invited to attend the aftergood reason for the people of Kentucky noon session to hear Miss Cooper a University Concert, to (tick to him. He will stump the returned Missionary from Siam, now in state now Congress has adjourned and superb voices. Quartet, this country on a furlough. The his position on all vital questionswill be will be delivered at 3 o'clock made known to all before the primary. Soloist and side splitting lecture' and as Miss Cooper is atluent, interestDover News. farce. At school auditorium ing speaker, her audience may expect Get 1000 votes with every subscriber Tuesday March 30th, at a most Instructive and Impressive ada As the district Is new or old. 8 p. m. Reserved serts on dress. numocr of delegates extended in will be large Some Real Bargains. sale at McRoberts Drug attendance, coming from IUrrodsburg, good Wheeler & Wilson Store, 50c geernal admis- Danville, Lebanon, Manchester, Harlan, I have two Tailor Sewing Machine, suit of furniture sion, adults 35c, children Columbia, Marrowbone, Berea, and Parksvllle and other and an Organ that I will sell cheap. under 14, 25c. points. W. C. Davis. mint-julepon-didatj rag-tim- The watch, which Is the property of MONEY FOR SHEEP KILLED. L. T. Cooper, the noted "TanlacMan," Is valued at $3,500, maybe a little County Clerk Hamilton announces rorty-scve- n more, llawless-cu- t dia- that he ha received the money from monds, are imbedded in its gold case, the dog tax and is now ready to not to mention its equipment of pig those who had sheep killed by d ruby jewels. This beautiful those worthless canines during last time-piec- e is exquisitely embellished year: The total amount of claims filed with ornamentation of foreign work for losses from this cause, was $948.30 manship and contains the finest Swiss and the tax from the dogs amount to movements. It is really worth seeing. IS97.72, the claimants receiving about According to Mr. Cooper, the watch ninety-fou- r cents on the dollar. Mr. came into his possession through the Hamilton also informs us that there is merits of Tanlac. It happened, so he a balance due some sheep owners who says, about this way: had sufTered in 1912 and if they will In one of the large dies visited by call at his office checks will bo issued Mr. Cooper some time ago, the young for the several amounts. The followson of a wealthy jeweler suffered from ing is a list of the 1912 claims who a complaint which had baffled physi- should call; R. L. Barker, J. B. Bourne, cians of the city and Eastern special Henry Hutchinson, O. J. Hendren, ists. The boy was anaemic, listless Kavanaugh and Hudson, W. B. Lackey, and not at all playful and as lively as J. C. Rlgsby, C A. Robinson. T. J. the other little fellows of his own age. Stigall, II. J. Tomlinson. W. P. An The parents said that the child's appe- - derson, J. D. Watts, Sam Cotton and tite was irregular, at time ravenous William Lackey, Everything in Carpets, Mattings, MRS. KELLOGG TONIGHT. Druggets, Furniture. We give free coupons for the Automobile. One of the best entertainments that has appeared at the school auditorium this winter, will be the reading by Mrs Jeannette Jewell Kellogg tonight, beginning at 8 o'clock. Mr. Kellogg comes highly recommended as an impersonator and a good audience should greet this noted reader. eeeameeeoee'eeeeee.BeioeB.eeeeeeee.et BUENA VISTA Mrs. V. S. Evans is on the sick list. Miss Lela Barnett of Burgin is visiting relatives and friends here. Mr. Tom C. Scott of Harrodsburg spent the week end with his parent'. Mrs. Clarence Ruble of Boyle is the guest of her mother Mrs. V. S. Evans. Mr. Harry Eversole of Owsley county was a week end guest of Miss Ora Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coleman of Burgin spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs J. W. Scott, Jr. Mr. Wm. Lane of Kings Mountain visited his mother Mrs. M. K. Lane for several days here lust week. The Womans Club Into Krtitcrt B Harry Anderson Phone No. 5. 9 The W.immiM'Uibi PLEASANT HILL. in Lancaster. Mrs. J. T. Iianey spent last Tuesday with Mrs. U. G. Preston. Mrs. U. G. Preston who has been real sick is much improved. Mrs. John Walker of Lancaster spent Tuesday with her daughter Mrs. Kirbv Miss Lelia Tcater is visitinir relatives Teater. i'l don't know what to give Lizzie for a Christmas present," one chorut-gi- rl is reported to have said to her mate while discusiing the gift to be made to a third. "Give her a book", suggested And the first one replied the other. meditatively, "No, she's got a book.'' There are doubtless many classr beside chorus-girl- s where books are regarded a superfluity, for we are in formed that the whole race of American men spend less for books than for neckties and that our women spend less for books than face, veils. We have never seen this relative demand among English men and women but we are patriotic enough to think the ca.e Is paralled on the other side. If the Lancaster men and women "have a book" and da not care to buy another, we ask them to take a peep at our Horary, where tor $1 tliey can read 52 books In one year. Mrs. Robert McRoberts has donated another shelf of books and our library continues to grow dally. There is in the United States today a While we of crying sociological need. the Federation have mi desire to take the places of our fathers, brothers and sons, vet we are convinced that the hour has struck, warning woman that she, too, has a civic duty she dare not shirk. In spite of this the mom une travel', the more one vUits in privalo homes, the more thoroughly does one become convinced that there are hundreds of idle, restless, dissatisfied women. It is dangerous for u nation to carry dead weight. These women have become n destructive clement, whereas they should be a constructive force. If they were givoi the training that comes from belonging to Individual clubs, to the State and the General Federation, u change would take place. Their eyes would be opened and they would see fields white with harvest begging laborers. Civics, home economics, Industrial departments warn in and no uncertain tones that our duty Is not done when our own homo is well kept, our own children well csred for, but that we must help to Insure these samo blessings to all homes and to all children. Education, literature and library committees point to our army of illiterates and say: "Remember that education is the safeguard of a Republic". The mothers of America should not rest until their children have the same education Switzerland oilers her young. If' 3) , k - 20 Mr. Carl Ray Curtis spent Sunday with his grandfather Mr. lliiam Kay of Buckeye. Sunday School at Pleasant Hill Union church has reopened with good attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Meade Teattr and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carter. Miss Sallie B. and Master Orenr guests of tVhltaker were the week-entheir grandfather in Madison county. Mr. Lcm Evans, "Uncle Lem" us he is usually known, lies critically ill at the home of his daughter Mrs. John Duncan, near Judson. Mrs. Sarah Ann Price diod at the home of her daughter Mrs. Wesley Parson on the Ctli. She was eighty years of age, and united with the Methodist church in her early girlhood. She leaves five children, Mrs. Wesley Parson and Mr. It. Z. Price of this county, Messrs Marshall and Porter Price of Adair Co, and a daughter who lives in Mrs. Price was formerly Louisville. of Adair Co but for several years has been residing with her children in this county. She was a patient sufferer and was loved by ail who knew her. Funeral services were conducted by the pastor of tho Gun'a Chapel church and her body was laid to rest in the cemetery there. d VIOLIN TEACHER. Prof. Charles Schemmel Violinist and Composer. (r h Leader of Rex Theatre Orchestra Has opened Studio, Pupils Limited, Enroll Now. public-healt- PIANO TUNER. 4 Olive Oil Flesh Builder . Ona of the best known and most reliable tissue builders. K4muaB!L Olive Oil Is both fkaunt ft2s2S a tvntavng Jyp0pJk4lAtfe ilcoh builder and nerro toaifr Emulsion to take. Easy todjgeri, R. E. McRoberts All of our club meetings prove delightful and interesting, the one of last week being no exception to the rule. Miss Martha Gill led the meeting, ably assisted by Mrs. Frank Marksbury. He is also an Expert Piano Tuner,"Factory Man. Action Repairing, Cleaning, Oiling, Regulating and Voicing. Can soften or make brilliant, the tone of your Piano. Guarantees all work satisfactory, rates reasonable. If you are interested, call him up.fphone 166 or write P. O. Box 314. Studio at Gulley House, Dan11 ville Street, Lancaster, Ky. ift .- z : The Central Record, Thursday Mch 18, 1915 Page 7 I We Announce Our Annual Spriig Opening SATURDAY, MAEOH 20th 1915 You are cordially invited to inspect the Largest and Most Complete Lines of Ladies Wearing Apparel, ever displayed in Lancaster. I I ft l J The following Musical Program will be Presented by Mr. Raymond Hughes. MORNING. 10 A.M. TO 12. Mnrcli "Ln Gunpn" 11 Trovntore AFTERNOON 1 P. M. TO 5 P. M. Lohengrin Danse Espagnole Of Love Still Poor Pauline Sextette From Lucin National Airs Martha Your'c Here And I'm Here ' There's A Little Spark Fnust Valse in E Flat Last Hope He's a Devil Traumerei Burning Dancing All Around Cnvalieri Rusticanni Skylark Love Moonlight Sonntn Willinm Tell Along Croony Melody Lo Pnloma Tiperary- Just Bring Til-lip- s Yankee "One Step" One Wonderful Night Old Folks At Hume ( Variations) When They Start The Victrola I lil l!l 1:1 I 7Jo TJhe Public. Up-To-D- f;l I c5 I!) I cordially Invite you to see the very Newest and most I 1 o Gossip About People nn? A Brief Mention ot the Comings Uolnji byhoic nt Are:nltruttd ind in. Reverend J. Kockwcll Smith was Danville Monday. in p r in g 7 i 11 in r tj Saturday, 97arcA 20th, J9J5 at Mrs Ada Kinnaird's old stand. Ask for Coupons in the Pony Contest. Mrs. Cornie Clny of Richmond is with Lancaster relatives. (!) Miss Tommle Francis is at home from from n stay in Richmond Mrs. Jennie Itrnaddus is the guest of her daughter Mrs. J. S. Gilbert. ".V !;) li! I li Steel Plows, best plows made. Jno. Deere and Oliver Sulky Plows VULCAN PLOWS at Cost. $5. ter ltev. E. B. Ilarnes of Richmond, Ky. visited Kev. F. M. Tinder. Monday. Julian Anderson was in Danville Sat urday visiting his aunt, Mrs. Jesse (!) Walden. Miss Annie D. McRoberts of Stan ford was the recent guest of Lancaster relatives. Reverend J. W. Ileagle was in Huston- ville the past week and preached two able sermons. Mrs. Rattle Faulker Engleman of I'ueblo, Colo., is the guest of Mrs. Fannie Walker. Mrs. Mary Clouse and daughter are the pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson, Mrs. Herbert II. Price of Danville was the recent guest of Mrs. D. M. each, given by the Lancas- Lackey and daughter. Ten additional prizes of in the Automobilo Contest. Mrs Rattle D. Gill left Tuesday for Merchants Association n stay in Washington, D. C. with her daughter Mrs. E. C. Barnard. Mrs. Ed Price and N. II. Price were guests ot Dr. A S. Price and Mrs. Price in Stanford the past week. Miss Elizabeth Gibbs. of Sayre J Institute, Lexington, was the wetk end guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Luther Gibbs. Mrs. II. C KaulTman has returned from .Richmond where she was culled by the death of her brother the late 5 'A Mr. John Greenleaf. Mrs. J. S. llowman has returned to Lewis county after a proher home-itracted stay with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Anderson. Miss Mary Arnold has returned to Corbin wheru she will again have A well balanced stock of, desirable and charge of an millinery esseasonable Drug Store Merchandise, carefultablishment. 'It ly selected and correctly priced. A letter from Miss Sallle Crooke uregory ions us sne is enjoying rionu a, Courtesy, Efficiency, TRADEMARK: but still thinks of her pony and LanReliability. caster friends. Uurnett, Dr. Win llurnett, Mrs. Cassie May, and cousin little Miss Burnett bf Shelbyville, are with Lancaster Ask for Them With Every One Dollar Cash Purchase. relatives and friends.. (ill The Chautauqua Circle met the past Member Lancaster Merchants Association. 4 week at the residence of Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie on Water street. The meeting Tuesday afternoon was with Mrs. li. 1 V. Mr. Fisher I). Herring fs making a sajourn in Danville and Lexington. I TTJinm'e Ztirown. I Headquarters for Genuine OLIVER. SYRACUSE AND JOHN DEERE Attorney Green Clay Walker was In yesterday. The following were here: Lexington Monday, Mack Hutton, Harrndsburg Herald; R. Miss Hilly Wilkerson is visiting L. Elkin, Lancaster Record; S. M. Saufley, Stanford Journal; George triends in Junction City. Kellar, of Orlando, Fla. All are very Mist NonnieB. Herring is in Stan, decent sort of fellows, and their visit ford visiting Miss Winifred Duncan. to The Messenger were enjoyed by the Miss Bcttie West is in Winchester entire force. Messenger. th guest of her friend Miss Browning. The Jackson, Ky., correspondent to Mr. James Christopher of Buena the'Lexingtonian nays:" Vista is the guest of Mrs. Isaac Hamil"The Methodist revival meeting, ton. which has been In progress here for thre Mrs. Fores; Fitzgerald of Danville is weeks, under charge of Rev. S. H. the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pollitt of Lancaster, closed Sunduy. It has proved one of the greatest religious R. II. Wilkerson. meetings ever seen in Jackson. Many Mesdames Hen Jennings and J. K. Helm ot Stanford are guests of Mrs. of the devil's trumps have had their spots blown off by the magic breath ol George T. Hallard. His word." Miss Leila Teater of Lower Garrard At a meeting of all the C. W. B. M. has been visiting her cousins Misses Auxiliaries of Greater New York Miss Ora and Vivian Prather. JoIIord Frank sang two numbers. One Mrs. Saulley Hughes, and son, of the New York papers says: "Miss Saufley Jr., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jo Hord Frank gave two songs in her Percy Noland in Louisville. rich pleasing voice." Miss Hord has Mr. S. G. Haselden and family, and studied very hard in New York the Mrs. W. A. Price spent Sundav in past winter and will give some concerts this spring and Summer. She gives a Nlcholasville with relatives. concert in Richmond Va May7. LanDr. Gibson of Richmond was called caster claims this young lady as her here Sunday to see .Mrs. John Williams vsry own and is very proud of her who is reported critically ill. voice and success. We hope she will Little Misa Sarah Hunn of Stanford let us have the pleasure of hearing her, was the guest last wek of the pcpular by giving aT concert here. Miss Elizabeth Logan Simpson. Mr. Walt Romans, of Decatur, 111., is visiting his sister, Mrs. John TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY William, who continues quite ill. OF MARTHA ELKIN Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jennings, of Mt. Olivet have moved to this place and ocHUGHES. cupy a residence on Stanford street. Miss Sallie II. Whittakcr and grand-father r YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, j FOR RENT:-1and stable. 0 room house, garden W, C. Davis. foot extension table. Theo Currey. For Sale Cheap:-Fuset oak dining room furniture. Mrs. W. B. Mason, tf, Sale;-8 ll -- i r ' i - .' I ri iviuutioi, We give tickets for the Automobile villas, acnemmei, Leader of Rex Theatre Orchestra, on every one dolKr purchase. Mrs. Rella Arnald Francis nauis 10 lei inose Know wno are interested In the studv of Violin Plavine. Wanted:-W- e want to trade a good that his class is open. Now is the time to begin taking lessons, to get the work horse for a long shaft break cart. Lancaster Lumber Co. advantage of the present low rates. , I. ..1 I .. must- mab uveitis Jttier vn, .1 me raiee Wanted. will be higher than at the present time. Good second hand hemp brakes, If you havn't a violin outfit don't . 11 l.aal.af.. IU UjUC tlb I1UW Hi nuuy . Chas. W. Caldwell. iic.ii.ig , ., Danville, Ky. nnuerson s furniture r, score. rnces ranging from $5.00 to $15.00. He will For Sale. sin that vnit trnt n nnml noffi. Violin Studio at Gulley House. A cypress incubator, 120 egg size. Lancaster, Ky. s Has only been used and is Phone 166 in good condition. Mrs. J. Wade Walker. S. C. White Leghorn stock from Phone 324-Prize Winners ot all shows. Eggs SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORN for sale $1.00 per 15 or $5.00 per 100. EGGS from healthy farm range, winter J. M. Mount. layers. Fifteen forCOcentsone hundred for $3.00 CASH. GIRL WITH $10,000 IDEA Erie C. Farra. For I) t iiui. J. R. Mount, Son & Co. lV . STORMES DRUG STORE LANCASTER'S OLDEST AND BEST s a i Free Auto Contest Coupons F. Hudson. Mrs. Allie Thompson delightfully entertained at a dining Friday at her beautiful country home on Lexington pike. Her honor guests being Mrs. Mary Clousu and daughter Miss Lovie of Coy Ky. Mrs. William Cook, who hat been visiting Miss Lulu Robinson, of attended the Federated Club meeting of that district. Mrs. Thomas Mosbr Wilson also attended this meeting as a delegate, giving the Howling Green report. The Teachers' Club held a faculty meeting at the homt of Miss Eliza Smith, on last Friday evening; the assemblage was both profitable and enjoyable, a delicious course of refreshments enhancing the pleasure of the guests was served. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Price who went to Orange City, Florida, seeking a more salubrious climate for Mr. Price, have returned to DeLand. They expect to leave for Kentucky about I the 25th., reaching home at least by the last of the month. THE QUEEN OF THE Kitchen B 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. 11 Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g .Co With each pulsation of my henrt I have been visiting in Madison county. entertain a thought of my dear, devoted. Christian companion, who has only Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cotton and left the mortal to put on immortality. Wallace Cotton motored to Richmond Free from guile and selfishness, ever Sunday and spent the day with friends. ready to promote the welfare of others, given to words of comfort and consoMr. and Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stanlation, living to the fruits of the Spirit ford were over Sunday to see Mrs. and Heaven her life Acey's parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm was the harmonies of felt and appreciated by a large Hughes. circle of friends. Mesdames A. F. Sanders and Pool To my poor soul and being, that life Perkins have returned from a visit of had been an anchor, a solace and a sevetal days to relatives in Richmond comfort for 40 years. I sought her and Lexington. advice, and words of good cheer and Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph has returned comfort, in adversity, and her approval from a protracted visit to relatives in in prosperity. Nono of us appreciate New York, Birmingham, Chattanooga as we should, until we are deprived of one whose life was the sunshine of our and Eaton Ohio. existence. It is then that the memory Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor and of our smiles, words and acts of appre-- 1 children of Stanford were week-engives our parched and weary guests of Mrs. Taylor's parents. Mr. elation spirits some degree of comfort, but and Mrs. CM. Lyons. the memory of any want of appreciaMesdames Hugh Hemphill and James tion,, of the departed, is like a dagger Arnold have returned to .Nicholasvill j thrust into the heart, and renders the after a visit of two weeks with Mr. soul a chuos. This is the law of comand Mrs. W. A. Arnold. pensation, and the result is as ineviAND Mesdames George I) Robinson, Cornie table as any effect following a given Clay, L. L. Walker, Misses Nancy cause. 1 oiler this ns a warning to those who Walker and Martha Knvanani:!i motor hnve not been, but will be deprived of ed to Lexington Monday. loved ones. None are perfect, and the Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith and little more we cultivate smiles, and words daughters are expected homo this week and deeds of kindness, the less will be trom a protracted visit to friends In the grief when the separation comes. Having recently opened Owetisboro mid Henderson. Though out of the ordinary, I am conW. B. Mason Jr. was nt home Sat strained to submit this paragraph be- a new shop adjoining the urday and Sunday from Central cause everybody should profit by Uiu University Danville, with his parents truth herein contained. Male House barber shop, I I And consolation in the fact that the Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Mason. physical organism is the instrument am now prepared to do tin Dr. J. J. Purslev. and Mrs. Pursley through which the spirit, the real, imwho have been making a sojourn in part of existence, expresses it- work, plumbing, enstalling mortal Glasgow are expected Sunday for a self, just as the piano is the instrument visit,to Mrs. Purs.'ey's parents Mr. and through which the musician finds ex steam and hot water plants, Mrs. A. F. Sanders. pression. The analogv is perfect,. und Mrs. Lula Johnson and family have the decay or death of the body will no at reasonable prices. Your g returned and gone tn on more destroy the spirit, than the des- Richmond St., having spent a pleasant traction of the piano will destroy the patronage solicited and winter in DeLand Florida. .Mrs, John- musical talent which found expression son was called home on account of the through it. will be appreciated. illness of Miss Tine Johnson. It cannot be that an insignificant Two violin solos, rendered at the grain is buried and reproduces itself, Methodist Church Sunday nlghtby Prof, from an unseen germ, while man, made Chas. Schemmel and Miss Webb as in the image of God, is buried and Pianist, were very much enjoyed. nothing comes from the grave to repCome and enjoy the services with us resent the spark of Divinity which aniLancaster, Ky. mated the body next Sunday morning and night. Reason, nature and Revelation all Elder F. M. Tinder left Tuesday prove that the real, true, spiritual part morning for Lexington where he of our being never dies. Oh I Blessed Many People In This Town delivered an address to the students of thoughtl Separated from her but never really enjoyed a meal until State College, he was on his way to awhile. Hsppy consolation! Proper vn advised them to take a Birmingham, Ala., to make & visit of living and spiritual culture will bung week or 10 days to his brother, Dr. us together In that Eternal Home, a J. II. Tinder. where the discords of earth will be nop ueiore aud alter eaca meal. (joU only Danville was honored by a visit from more. by us 5o a box. Hughes. R. E. MeRsbsrt M. D. quite a large buneh of newspa"pr ratn Oscar Whittaker their d brthei Miss Ida Damon a stenographer of St. Louis.is the girl with the $10,000 idea. One day last summer Miss Damon went to Chicago on a visit, she saw "The Million Dollar Mystery". Weeks later, back at her in St. Louis, she was set at the task of checking advertisements in the newspapers. She came upon the announcement that a prize of $10,000 was being ollered for a solution of "The Million Dollar Mystery," the solution to carry the suggestion for a plot with which to build the final episode of the film serial drama. The girl had an idea. She followed the picture for weeks. Then one day Bhe wrote the idea intovords and sent it to The Chicago Tribune, for which she received the 310.Q0H, "I just wrote my solution of the 'Mystery' nnd sent it in because I wanted to express my notion of how it should turn out. I wanted to get it off my mind, like folks who write letters to the newspapers. I would be disappointed a little if the picture didn't have a happy ending for the heroine, with the bad people punished and the good people rewarded. type-writ- Lancjiter, Box, 272, If you want a photograth tha t will represent you as you are we know you We make will like what we make. the latest styles in brown and cepie tones. Besides we have all the latest cards and folders. Just opened Gallery on north side of square. C. I. Ogg: 5 1- -2 percl-Money- -5 1- -2 per d. 5 Years 5 Loans made on real estate. If you need cheaper money on long time, see me about it. G B. Swinebroad, Lancaster, Ky. , Mr. Sam Cotton hb3 two good cows for sal. Mr. feed 200 shocks milk Jas. Leayell of Bryantsville has of fodder to sell, or will to cattle. it out Mr. G. B. Sutton, who lives near Preachersville. has some good, "Johnson County White" seed corn for Bale. NEW TIN pair 3 vear old broken. If not sold before, will sell in Lancaster next County Court day. J. A. Owens. Preachersville, Ky. Sale:-Fomare-mule- For Phone 374-- PLUMBING SHOP. NOTICE Pursuant to u judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court, mi the case of Albert Huffman's Admr. etc vj. Albert Huffman's heirs etc, the undersigned commissioner will at the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., on Saturday, rent the lands belonging to the estate of the late Albert Huffman In Garrard County Kv., on the waters ol 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 said rent, without interest, due January 1st 1916. Said rental being for the rest of the year 1915. W. H. Brown. M. G. C. C. March 13th 1915, at two o'clock P. M., a house-keepin- acii'es: l ItLUIUI ,.!'JSB3 DELICIOUS LUNCHES DANVILLE C. D. McCarty, WHILE IN may be obtained at the SHOP PERFECT Corner Main and Third Streets Food prepared in our Luncheonette Department in a most careful and sanitary rranner. Shop Danville, - iPorfact lucorportltd Kentucky. Page 8 ine OHnirai neuuiu, muiouay ith-.- ii i o, icm;j. BUCKEYE Mr. Roht tang and J. M. Amnns' have bought a new Auto. Mlas Barbara Gulley spent Sunday nlUht with Miss Her Hill. Mr. John Tester who has been very sick is reported much better. Mr. Bufonl Smith was the guest of Mr. and Mrs, W. II. Gulley Sunday. y Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill spent with her father Mr. John Tester. Mimes Her Hill and Minnie Pearl llrow n spent Sunday with Misa Barbara Fun-da- PROF. V. 0. GILBERT WOULD HEAD WE PRESENT THIS WEEK A Complete Display of Correct Spring Fashions The display of Spring Merchandise now assembled in the Store's various Depart ments is as interesting as it is comprehensive. Notable for its individuality, selection and moderate price. We have planned to make this week a veritable "Style Show" of all that Is newest and best in fashionable, attire. In addition to the large assortment of modish Garments for Women, Misses and Children, there is an unusually fine showing of Silks and other Dress Materials, as well as Laces, Trimmings and Novelties of all kinds. We invite your attendance. . SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOL SYSTEM Democratic INSTRUCTION Announces His Candidacy for Nomination for OF PUBLIC Gulley. His Life Has Been Devoted to the Work THE NEW TAILORED SUITS. rendy-to-we- Never before in the history of garments has there been so mnny pleasing styles to choose from The Tailored Suits of tonlay resemble in no way the suits of yesterday. Our buying of Suits for this season was mostly confined to single garments of a style, thus insuring you a wide range as well as individuality in selection. We will ha e on sale over three hundred of these beautiful garments, each one n distinct model and fully up to our well known standard of quality. The strictly Tailored styles and flare skirt effects predominate. These are in new and attractive materials especially suited for this character of garments such os Silk Poplins, Silk Bengnline, Gaberdine, Mannish Series, Shepherd Checks, Ac., in a wide range of nevvest Spring colors and black-Sui- t Professor V. O. Gilbert of rYanklln, assistant stato suptrlntendent, has announced himself a candidate for Uo Democratic nomination for itato superintendent of publlr Instruction In the August primary election. Horn and reared on a farm, experienced In the hard school of poverty, ho earljr chose teaching for a profession and for over thirty years lias faithfully and continuously worked In the public school system. Teaching In country schools, serving as county superintendent, city superintendent, being for more than six years n member of the faculty of the Western Kentucky State Normal, and having been csslstant state superintendent for nearly three years and a half, has given him special training for the office ho seeks. During all theso years I'rofessor Gilbert has made a thorough study of the conditions nnd needs of the public schools of Kentucky. Ills announcement follows: "TO the People of Kentucky: "I am a candidate for tho office of superintendent of public Instruction, ' i1aaBEiaw career nt the ago of sixteen In a country school, I havo served as best I could as teacher In the rural schools, Friday afternoon. as county suierlntcndent of schools, Mr. Carl Curtis spent Saturday and as city superintendent of schools, as Mr. and his Instructor In one of our stato normal Sunday with rchools and as assistant for ovsr threa Mrs. Hiram Ray. years to the stute superintendent of Miss I.ucinda Carter spent Saturday public Instruction during tiio present night and Sunday with Minos Ethel administration. Ray and Sallie Iau Teater. "During this long career as a school Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Brown were man, I have never wavered In my to the schools of my native the guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs, stats. It has been and will continue U F. Brown Sunday night, to be my life's work. Mr. T. O. Hill sold to Mr. Tommle "I am familiar with all the duties of Cotton of Clrksville a fine Jack price the ol!l e to which I aspire, and t am $T00, and took one In for 12.60. familiar with the entire Held from Mrs. T. O. Hill and daughter Iter uxperlence. "If I am nominated and elerted, I were the guest of her daughter Mrs. pledge myself unreservedly to the Walker DrutUhaw last Tuesday. following policies: Mr. Willie Worthlngton lost his barn "Hrst To administer tho olllco of by fire last Saturday, In the barn waa a stats superintendent as economically new wagon and a fine lot of corn. cs It ran be dono, consistent vilth effMr. and Mrs. Jesse Bogie and little iciency. with the daughter Geneva were the guest of Mr, "Second To county superintendents of the state, and Mrs. Jesse Hill Saturday night. and to aid them In every posslblo way Mrs, Walter Crow entertained at dinner Sunday In honor of her brother Mr. Dillard Sebaatainand friend Melvin Dui c in of Berea College. grand-parents n sc-tu- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Amons and little son J. R. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roht Long. pMIss Llllie Mae Sutton war the guest of Missei Sallie and Attress Noel last kWt Prices Range From $15.00 to $45.00. JssBBi HUSBAND RESCUED' WIFE DESPAIRING New Coats and Dresses The new styles in "Printzess" Coats are certainly things of beauty. A "Printzess" is as you know the very highest class coat made, as well as embodying the After Foor Tears of DiscoBrafiag Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gate Up in Despair. Husbud Came to Rescue. most style, though costing no more than less worthy makes. J' aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaT .bMbVbbbbbbbbbbbbHbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH Frices of "Printzess" Coats Range From $10.00 to $25.00 - The New Dresses gUgisssssssssssv- Hp are marvelously beautiful, and our present wonderful assortment is well worth seeing. They range from the modest serge dresses at $5.00 up to charming models in Taffeta Silk, Crepe Meteor and Crepe de Chenes at A. splendid range of Movelty Dresses at $10.00 TO $25.00. FASHIONABLE FOOTWEAR. YOUR NEW CORSET. Should certainly be either a Bon-To- n or a Nemo. We have all the new models in these famous Corsets, and our expert! Corset-ierrwill be pleased to show and give you a fitting in just the style required for your new Suit or Gown. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsli We are now ready with the very newSpring and Summer Style Foot wear for Women Misses and Children. Pumps, Colonials, Oxfords and Tangoes in all the latest lasts and leathers. est and best in es PROF. V. 0. GILBERT. Welsh & Wiseman Qo DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Hamilton Valley. Miss Hazel Henley Is on the sick list. Mrs. Susie Cooley visited Mrs. J. N. Hulette Sunday. Mr. George Laure visited home folks Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Gideon Kothwell is visiting Mrs. J. N. Hulette this week. Mr. Tyre Mason bought a cow from Mr. Mack Byrd price 60. Miss Pearl Parsons visited her aunt Mrs. It. F. Parsons Saturday. Miss Nannie Bentlev was the cuest of Miss Lavina Stinnett Sunday. SOFT, FLUFFY HAIR IS FIRST AID TO BEAUTY. If your hair is not fluffy, soft and lustrous, is falling out, streaked, failed, briitle, or full of dandruff, and if the the scalp itches, Uo 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 necessity. This helpfnl tonic supplies just the elements t.eeded to invigorate the hair roots and stimulate your hair to grow long, thick, fluffy, soft and lustrous. ' It removes all dandruff with an- Mr. and Mrs. John Kinnard visited PHcauon aim quicwy stops ucning neau '""8 hir-- Parisian Sago is the " Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hulette Sunday. meal nair ionic anu scaip treatment, Mr. Turner Sparks bought a wrk sold by R. E. McRobeits; it contains mule from Mr. J. I, Hamilton price $80. nnthlnir Injurious, (a ilpllmtelv nerfum. Mr. Jasper Hulette visited his sister edl inexp(.n8iVe and sJrely gives your1 Mrs. Eld. Hoskins Saturday and Sun- -' llBir the b.auty BnJ cnarm of voulh. aay. Mrs. George Hopkins died Friday March the 12th at her home near Crab PAINT LICK Orchard. Mrs. it. G. Woods was a visitor in Mr. Earnest Miller of Kitksville was Saturday. d Richmond the guest of his cousin Mr. James Sunday. Mrs. Fred Hall spent several days In Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shaw are rejo-in- g Louisville the past week. Miss Duncan, of Ilerea, Is the guest over the arrival of a fine baby girl ef Mr. and Mrs. Robert Duncan. at their home. Miss Dollye Kinnard visited her Mrs. C. S. Ellis and Mrs. A. 11. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. spent Thursday in Lancaster. Miller last week. Misses Lula McWhorter and Ethel Mr. and Mra. Marion Underwood Estridge spent Friday in Lancaster. were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mrs. Delia Woods, of Stanford Is the Underwood Saturday and Sundry. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lear of LancasKeceafift& Chjshtrlik'i CS(b Memedjr ter were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Guyn on Friday. 4I take pleasure in recommending Miss Margaret Miller and Mr. Will Cough Remedy to my Chamberlain' Jones, of Richmond were the guests of customers because I have confidence In friends here on Sunday. it I And that they rre pleased with It Mrs, Walker Guyn entertained the and call for it when again in need of auch a medicine," writes J. W. Sexson, teachers of the Graded School most deMo, For tale by alt lightfully on Thursday evening. Montevallo, 1b- Rev. and Mrs. Heagle and little dealers. Kin-'nargrand-parent- daughter Mabel, of Lancaster, were guests of Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Ellis on Friday. Misses Verna Noe and Sallie Howard of the Normal School at Richmond were the week end guests of Mr Carlos Hedrick. Mrs. E. C. McWhorter returned Saturday from I'aintsvi'Se, where she has been the guest of her daughter, Mra. Laban Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsden and Miss Geneva were guests at a birthday dinner at Mr. and Mrs. James Coyle'a in Bereu on Sunday. Mr. Carlos Hedrick entertained a number of friends Saturday evening in honor of his attractive guests. Misses Noe and Howard. Miss Jessie Parks, who is attending the Normal School at Richmond spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Parks. Having been delayed about my visit to the city I wish to announce before I leave, the date of my mlllineryopenlng for Saturday April the 3rd. Everybody cordially invited. Mrs. W. F. Parks. There will be Communion Services at Old Paint Lick on Sunday morning. Preparatory services will be held on Friday evening at 7;30 oclock and Sat urday morning at 10:30 oclock by Rev, Telford of the First Presbyterian church subject to the action of the Demo cratic primary, August, 1915. "This office Is one of the greatest Importance to the state, and every man who offers himself as a candidate for It should be able to give satisfactory evidence of fitness for the high position. "The best evidences of fitness for any school position are devotion to the cause of education and professional training. No man Is worthy of the great office of state superintendent whose life has not shown a singleness of purpose Jn the work of education; and no man can be capable unless he has had a rich experience In the kinds of duties that prepare one for the state superlntendency. These duties are of threo kinds: AcNINA tual teaching In the public schools, supervision of public acaools. and adMr. E. G- - Creech lost a heifer last ministration of publi; schools. week. "By these standards I am willing Miss Mae Moore is improving at this to be Judged, recognizing that It Is the right and the duty of the people writing. qualified to Mrs. Oscar Pruitt is improving by select the candidate best nature and training for the rapidly. Mrs. Chas. Creech spent Friday with "In the first place, I want the her parents. and want It Intensely, because, It Mrs. Donson Jones has returned Is a high honor, becauso It Is a promotion, because It offers a field for home from Winchester. faithful service, because I feel that Miss Annie Foley of Paint Lick I am competent to perform the duspent last week with Mrs. S. R. Foley. ties of the olfice, and because I will Mr and Mrs. Joe Kelley and daughter do my very best to merit the confl- Lillian have returned from Lexington. t'enco reposed la me. years 1 "For more than twenty-twMrs. Otlas Malare on,d little daughter have given my life to school work In spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Mace Ws my native state. Beginning my Malaru. Miss Jennie Wheeler has returned home from Ilerea weere she has been In the great work ef building up aq My polctllclent system of schools. icy shall always be to help, not to binder. "T.ilrd To make the department of education serve the classified cities In etery possible way. To this end I bhall seek for ways to serve the city boards of education and city Luperln-tendents. Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter from this place, Mrs.' Bcllie Bullock writes as follows: "I suffered for lour years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, 1 could only sit up for a littla while, and could not walk anywhere at alt. At times, I would have severe pains In my left side. The doctor was called In, and his treat men! relieved me lor a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. I had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up In despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle ot Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I com tnenced taking it From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without Its tiring me, and am doing my work." II you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardul, the woman's tonic. It has helped more taan a minion women, in lis au years ol wonderful success, and should surely help you, too. four druggist has sold Cardul lor years. He knows what it will do. Ask him. He will recommend it. Begin taking Cardul today. AJly tt.. yourii (. amiMklM Ouiumvo. Tna.. imtnutiont tm Writ to: Out-- In every helpful way with the boards of which the state superintendent may be u "Fourth -- To tr.!l lor WwMa." w.l im pi Hvm I".ttral wtftptw. fur Uavlft Co.. UlM' member. "Fifth To the organization of courses of study, so as to adjust the educational machinery and work of the schools to the practical living needs of the community at large, and to hold constantly before the chlldrrn examples of temperance, culture anil l.ocxl citizenship. especially 'Sixth To cooperate with the Illiteracy commission, Th- state superintendent Is made by law a member of this commission, and I with shall most heartily the commission In Its great work of eliminating adult Illiteracy and Illiteracy In general. ".My whole heart, my very life. Is In tho work; I havo had the opportunity for all this tralnlog; I have done my best wherever I have worked; and I shall redeem to the letter In good faith every promise mado or Implied Upon this In this announcement. platform I am earnestly seeking the suffrage of tho voters. "Voura for service. "V, O. OIUIBRT.- Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or It reflects good taste and favorable impression. ,at once creates a Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. THE Central Record. - BUY.IT at Richmond. visiting her sister. Kev Sebastian tilled his tegular ar- pointment near this place Sunday and a larga crowd attended, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Oran Grow and little daughter spent Sunday with Mr. W. B. Lee. Mr. Robert Creech of Ilerea College and Miss Viola of State Normal Rich guest of their mond were week-enparents Mr. and Mra. E. G. Creech. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pendleton, Mr and Mrs. Amos Pruitt and two little sons spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Uellie Logan. d . RICHMOND, KY. A TRAININQ SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS rVmne leading to Elementary, Intermediate and I.ilo State Certificates. Valt. In all riihliutkhoolaof Kriv-lui'kbpedal Courst-- and Review Courtes. Tuition Free to Appolnteea. Two aplrmlld dormitories, new mode! school, ne manual training building, prartle icliool. department of agriculture, a well snipped Domeitlo Science. First Term brglns rymuailiim. September 7. Second Term Kovsmlwr 10, Third Terra January 15. Four Hi Trni Aprils, Bummer School opens June It, Catalogue free, u. CHABIIB, I'rwMem. . bssssk I j POPOCfi R MECHANICS For Father and Son Written So You Can Wa For the Sloauch and Lirtr. N. MAGAZINE ndalr "I. N. Stuart, West Webster. writes; "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets for diiorders of the stomach and liver off 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 their action and the results have been satisfactory. 1 value them highly." For sate by all dealers. t. Chiropodists In German Army. Every German regiment has a chi ropodist la Its ranks. Best Treitntnt for CoMtipation. SUBSCRIBE FOR AND ALL THE FAMILY ''My daughter used Chamberlain's Tablets for constipation with good re' suits and I can recommend them highly" writes Paul B. Rabin. Bruahly, La. For tale by all dealers. The Central Record Two and a half million readers find It of absorbing Interest. Everything In it Is 1000 Pony Coupons given with every subscription, Popular Mechanic Macatlnst SU. SSI,MH Aw., omcAoo New or Old. tdl 400.000 copln every month without Sirlni premium nd have no solicitor. Any will ahow you a copy or wtka lh publisher tor froa aarapW a postal wut do. $t.99 A YKAH He A COPY UmdfUnd ft The Central Record, Thursday Mch 18 1915. FARM 8T0CK. Page 9 SCHOOL NOTES. (Hy Wm, V. Miller. Miss Smith's room very delightfully 'ntertaineil last Friday mornlnif. ttrv. J. W. Ileagle was a pleasant tsitorTutsday morning, and Rave us. welcome talk, Mrs. Kellogg will be at the midline ium tonight (Thuhday). Admission hlldren loc, adults 25c. The parents of the senior class Wednesday evening at tho hloh schnnl auditorium with the faculty to discuss matters or Importnrre. The beautiful weather has put base all spirit In the lioys. Cant. He rron hopes to have a good High school team this year and light practice has already begun. Mr. Jno. Mcltoberts. called on the Seniors rriday evening after class vorK, in interest of a Louisville house vhich he represents for engraved A sow that produces and mixes to maturity eight good strong f pigs twice a year Is the most profitable low to re'talii on the farm for several years. , Arc you rigging your sheep for market? Then turn Is a good feed. For breeding purioes oats and bran are Ix-sSklmmllk fed to pigs with grain enables them to tut more feed and to make more gain T than pigs on grain alone, A well groomed hore resists the cold and changes better than n horse that Is neglected. !! The sheep and young stock should be gotten home and lions- cd before severe weather, N'evcr let the young colt get thin or constipated. Keep It growing. POULTRY and EGGS I I . - FOWLS FOR MARKET. present day. "After more than ten J ears' work with most of the vnrloii moat breed i flnil that for the production of high Mott In Demand For Heavy Roasters nd Capons. The following icimirks of n tcry successful New Jersey breeder. Krltin 0. U Appormau In thi-- Count rj' lionlle-tnn(the ii brief lint quite utiiire-henslve Ide.i iif the iclntlve value nf the mol piiiiilnr meat hn-cd- s nf the Brttdt I H THE HUB DISARMING BOAR OF ' HIS TUSKS PUSHIN BROTHERS., Department Store request the honor of your presence at their Grand Spring Opening In Their New Building at Main and Third Streets Friday and Saturday, March i9th,2oth We will display the season's newest Creations in Capons should be dry picked, head ami reel left an, and fiath ers are left on head, neck, breast, wing joint., thigh, and tail a. In the picture, showing the l'lillu-dtlftistyle. Feet, mouth and head ahould be washed, and In packing the head should be wrap-pe.- 1 In paper to keep blood from smearing the carcnses. They should be clean ct ptnfeathcrs, perfectly cooled and .hipped In clean boxes or barrels lined with white paper. The tusks of n boar ought to be kept short. This not only makes him less a menace to the other animals, but many hog raisers believe hi in less Derco and self confident, writes 0. 11. Hill in the National Stockman. An Inch and a half In length Is the limit to which the lower tusks should bo nl lowed to grow. This means taking them off onco every six month. The quickest and one of tbo commonest ways of disposing of them Is to knock them off with a cold chisel and ham mer. The trouble with this method is that It Is likely to splinter the bono around the socket of the tusk, and I have even known the Jawbone to be broken. A niucli better way Is to break the tusk off with long horse nippers, or with n blacksmith's pinch ers. Or tho tusk can be nicked deeply on both sides with n three cornered tile, after which It can be knocked off with greater safety, though it Is still Wt '''jBaflBHSSaSEBEBEBBsffv SBEBEBESTMSaSEBEBEBEBEBEBEV' Imported Pattern Hats, Gage Hats and Exclusive Millinery Novelties Afternoon and Evening Gowns. Tailored and Dressier Childrens Wear, Suits, Coats, Skirts, Waists, Petticoats, Hosiery, Oress Accessories, Footwear, Etc. Also the Latest Spring Fashions in Men's, Boys' and Children's Ready-For-Servi- ce Clothing. Stetson Hats Kaiser Neckwear Decorations. Flowers. DAIN'VIUUE, Manhattan Shirts Walk-Ove- r Shoes Souvenirs. On Friday Evening, March 19th from 7:30 to 10:00 o'clock we will hold a PUBLIC RECEPTION and Style Show. Everybody invited. No Goods Will Be Sold During Reception and Style Show. Music. KENTUCKY. 18 (: l!J 4' I American Company I the Springfield Fire and I Such as CAPITAL 2,500,000,00 Marine. I! Old Black Joe, Young Napo and Silver Silk will make To INSURE In a Leading H ill fll V Stop! Look! Listen! They nre shipping liorses and mules out of our country by the thousands and is seems to me the bust time in the world to raise all we can. THOMAS & EUKIN, Agents. Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 (!) the season 1915 at Ben Ham's barn, Hyattsville, Ky. OLD BLACK JOE a 'J. i". cUckmUU lb. wm uk! irUtx itxihkk Istfullf. lmth.b-- 1 K.w H(fl. indGturutecd by J. Babt. Crvmt, Bfdstown, ity. OLD UV CURES Cholera. Canes. l.imhcrnccR. Roud. Canker. . ' rr i rt ia lrnxi Uiarrnoea ana an Diseases oi founry no rtruv i'i ,Tr dmfcMdiiijiH dice J WPH to uu. WUr.Rda.Kr..urM "On I F A it $75. black Jack, over 15 hand!, extra heavy body and lartfe A bone und has proven to be an excellent breeder. The first mule that Any Jack that will he sired, sold for $M 00 cash, at weaning time. sire n mule that sold for $90.0", Inst fall, deserves the patronage of four-vear-o- id the county. YOUNG d, NAPO R. PrkelOcilsJIDrojjktt. M. R. E. McRoberts, Drugijist, Lancaster, Ky. coming three that bids fair to moke a This is a splendid Jack. Ho is by Napoleon 3rd., the largest Jack that I have ever seen and out of n John Morgan Jennet. He will be permitted to serve n limited number of mares. SILVER SILK P m Li nuiiPT vnilD rmill lUUHtaniUUiuium PAD vnilDCFIF SAVES $25. TO L 3 v.-!- Thousands of No experience needed. car owner have successfully repainted can with the ARSENAL. SYSTEM. All colors. Enamel Your Owij Lamps With Try0arMohlifTopDressin A 54 inch pony, beautifully marked with white and bluck, and large enough to be useful not the play thing size. lie is n grand son of Dock Grey and out of nil excellent pony mare. They will each stand at Mcsdames Mollie Broaddus and Mag Lane are guests of Mrs. Wm. Broadur. Roots For Sheep Feed. No amount of grain fed to sheep will Messrs Ditt and Andrew Huffman tako the place of their dally feed of pent Saturday n:ght with their cousin roots, says a correspondent of the Mr. Gabe Hulfman. American Agriculturist. I have Miss Delia Mosely left Monday for to believe that three pounds of rutabagas will almost take the place of the Puint Lick where she will spend, the dally allowance of a pound of oats fur summer with home folks. Liingsbans, Cochin ami croses of tho ewes, and ofteu when oats were Kyley Isom and Company have re breeds with either Kocks or Wy- uot plentiful J have wintered my ewes the:o andottes arc the most Hipular with the on nothing but clover hay. u little corn turned from eastern Ky. where they ' producers of roasters and capons. fodder and rutabagas. They furnish have been buying cattle. succulence and still help to build firm Misses Mary Chesnut and Susan' substantial substnnce. As to the quau Sutton were guests of Mrs. Henry Poultry Standard Revision. It is iimtmiiu-tH- l tlinr th mxt stand tlty of roots to feed. I should say feed Sliouse of Danville Thursday. ard leUtlou of poultry will nut occur all of your sheep ns much as they want "Aunt Lett" Tarance. a respectable all winter, and by using clover bay for elslit years, v that the breeders vlll have u chance to develop their and com fodder you will need mi grain. colored woman was found dead in bed I figure that three Kunds of swedes on Friday eve at fi cclock, aged 72. ilrds with some fhance toward it would seem that eight are about equal In feedlug value to ouo Mr. Laurence Walton of the D and D ars Is lietter than live jeans, which pound of oats. Institute of Danville came home Friday hais hort'toforo born tint rule. ChutiL'os for a visit to his parents Mr. and Mrs. ought to lie In line with development The Breeding Sow. D. J. Walton. nature aim not aruurary. niut na-ir- e Select tho breeding sows from early Misses Maud. and Macy Walton en cannot work uu the fast shcdul spring litters when they are six faddists. montlw old. One can form an opinion tertained a few at their friends last which ones are most likely to prove Saturday night in honor of Messrs Ditt Th Winter Flock. long bodies, good formed, of quiet ar.,i Andrew Hulfman who left Tuesday The yearling hens are the founda disposition, good feeders and with a for Illinois. tion for your winter llock. llet them tendency to grow frame and size rathThere will be a business meeting of nto winter quarters before the stormy er than put on an excess of fat. llreed weather so that the change will not the gilt when about leu mouths old tho church Saturday rrorning at eleven heck the dlsKisltlou to lay. .More and if she proves herself n good breed- oclock. On the same morning at nine hinges on this fact than would seem er, raising uniform litters of strong, oclock the children of tho S. S. are replatislble. It bbould be borne In mind healthy pigs, keep her for several quested to be present to have their that egg production Is n reproductive years, or as long as she is profitable. parts assigned them for Missionary tlalr. and sudden changes In regard day. to location, feed or inretuker are fre- Selecting a Boar, Missionary Day will be observed at pieutly fatal to success. Select the boar for use before you the church on the morning of the 1st are quite ready to use him. (let him Sunday in April. The whole morning-Feeding For EggsT acclimated to your surroundings and In the desire to get eggs be careful method of feedlug and care. Never will be devoted to the missionary proto not overfeed Here Is where the uso a young boar until be Is past ten gram. It happened that the day apfarmer loses out over the poultrymnn months of ago If you want large, strong pointed cornea on Easter Sunday. But who buys feed. Once get the digestive Utters. Some breeders claim by us- the old time custom of the church will organs out ot commission and there ing a young boar on mature sows ono not be revoked and those who aro will lie n flock susceptible to every dis- ran produce hogs of greater size when fraid that Kaster Sunday will bo cele ease on tho poultry calendar. r year old brated here may rest assured that it it will not, for the present pastor (as well as his predecessors) do not believe In the observance of "set" days. grade tr'jllors there Is none that quite equals the While Wyandotte. l'or a time it was n neck uml neck race between the Wyandottu and the White Itock, hut because of Its sllgfctly superior plump, blocky apparance and quick maturing qualities the Wyandotte was finally given the preference. "Until the demand for the medium sized carcass became apparent I depended largely upon n cross between the Light Brahma and the White Plymouth Itock for roasting chickens. Medium sized llrahma males were used with large White Itock lieu, and the offspring gavo me One, large roast ers. For tbo past few years, however. I hare been depending entirely upon the Plymouth Hocks and Wyandottes for this class of market fowls, as they seem more nearly to till the require ments of the trade. I have never made capons n specialty, but I am not so sure hut that 1 shall go Into them more extensively In the future. I.i perlence last year with n Hock of some GOO Itock and Wyandotte capons was very Mitlsfactory. They were us easy to handle its the roasters und brought a little better price on the market. The greatest demand In capous. as In the ease of the roasters. Is for medium know of no better sized birds, and breeds for this purpose than the Wy andottes and Itocks," Hbough, as this man's experience shows, medium sized roasters and ca pons are now by far the most popular, there Is also a plendld market for ex tra large, heavy roasters and especially during the holiday season. The Individual weights of such birds average between eight and ten juiunds. though It Is not uncommon for extra line specimens to tip the scales at luelve pound. Although It is not Im possible for birds of the American breeds to uttulu theie weights, they are uot used to any extent except In ciosslng for the production of this eiass of fowl. The Light Uniltmas, 1 taBSBSKlBSBBflKBBBflBVlflBBBflBflBflSBBaB Duroe-Jerse- y hoa are very popular with many hog breeders and pork growers. They attain maturity earlier than most breeds, and for that reason alone the red hog Is well liked, l'ork from Durocs Is of the finest quality, and their skin Is the thinnest ot any breed. The sows are very prolific, are the gentlest of mothers and are easily handled In lot or pasture. The Duroc sow shown was a champion last year. Champ. Mrs. M. K. Denny. Mrs Mrs. V. A. Lear. Mrs. Will West, Mr. R. T. Kmbry. Mrs Alex Walker and visitor. Miss Morriss' room will entertain next Friday mornirg at 8:15. The pub lic is cordially invited to visit our school whenever possible especially on Friday mornings, to listen to the bovs and girls who entertain you. This is both encouragement to the pupils and faculty to nave patrons of the school visit us. The rooms of Miss Mason. Miss Mor riss and Miss Smith, were given an hourofT, last Friday afternoon, the reason, was these three rooms sent the largest number of parents to the social of past week. It was agreed that the room sending the largest number of parents was tu be given an hour off, but the three, rooms B. Swinebroad. itatlonery. Mr Caneer, announced to the Hn ball boys Monday, that tho grounds bock of the building, had recently been rented by the school board for the season, much to the gratification of the team. liro. Tinder, together with Mr. H. larnes of Richmond and Air. Ivmi Loc liner were Mondav nfte moon visit. ors at school. On Monday night, the two latter gentlemen addressed n Inrirn crowd In tho auditorium, their subject Deing "I'eace . At a class meeting held last 'Friday evening Glass 11. Carrier was elected by a unamious vote for Treasurer of senior class. The officers of the class of 15 are; B. W. Bourne, class president. Wm F. Miller, Secretary, Glass B. Carrier, Treasurer. The following were Fridav mornimr visitors at our school and were present for Miss Smith's entertainment, Mrs. a t. sent the same number. ' pinchers. The stub can be smoothed down with a few strokes of a lint file. To hold him for tills or any other operation on his bcud, the following method Is as good iu nny: Make a small slip noose at tho end of a halt Inch ropo and get It Into his mouth around his upper jaw that being the hardest part of the whole performance. Do not nooe both Jaws, and never tbo lower Jaw alone. Take a turn with the rope around a fence post and haul tho hog up so ho Is held short. Then push him around sideways against the fcuco and have some one hold him braced there while you operate. Some men tako pride In handling a ho; atone, but It seems a waste of energy when you can get a helper, and you need both hands free to wn.'k with. better to uu ."I cannot cat this or that food, it docs not nereo with me." Our advico to ' ell of them is to take a People Say To Us Arl 3teSBS r !. TableT " before and alter each meal. R. E. McRoberts 25c a box. MARKSBURY Mrs. Ityley Isom has been quite ill for several days. Miss Tracy Hutchinson has recovered from a three weeks illness. Tom Chesnut spent the week end with Mr. Dodd Pope of Boyle county. Miss Mir.vi! Bogie is visiting relativ es at Buckeye and Kirksville this week. T liquid $8.00 to Insure A Living Colt. S. H. ALDRIDGE, LANCASTER, RY Tako a , rbuy Gold Mcd&h The Sure Growing Kind Gun Mttal. Luitre undlmmed, by heat, stays on. A Lien retuined on all col's until season is paid and the season is due from the man who bred mare if parted without our consent. Very enreful, but not responsible for accidents. Tonight It will act as a laxative In, the niornintj R, E. McRoberts SEEDS tID neia CASTOR CO leul.wUse, Ky. I A For Infants and Children. E STORM ES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Bur them from your local seed dealer. If be cao' t surply yeu. wnle ns direct. be Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of S. B. HAM, HYATTSVILLE, tnd and LOUItVILLC Main uzSy. JStf J6JUte M li IB f Read What Customers Say Jtnwi E. Grtjr, WitcrforJ, Ky, ttjtz "Mr baggy sirWrd In Taylom-illsafely tad it bout betng dauured in thipmenL No. I want to tell you I am well pi cited with it. I am sure I coaM tiara pnrchtMd no uch baggy oi any other Crm or factory lor a price ao reasonable. It Is not only mil nude ami stylish, but Is a verr comfortable one and there Is no duett In my tnind but that it U1 prove to be what it Is guaranteed to be All of the neighbors and friends to whom I ha ye shown the buggy agree with me that it Is the greatest bargain and I suspect it will onl- - be a short time until you will have some orders from this part of the conn-!rjr- " F fwnf to do my best to advertise your splendid buggy, for I feel that you have proven a friend to me by tending such a bugfT, therefore I shall encourage and make as many sties aa possible to show my appreciation.1' T, C William, McDonald. Teen., writes t I received my buggy all O. K. and find it is a dandy one and everyone who has looked at it has passed a compliment on it. It is a vehicle and I am well pleased with It. I hope that I may be th cause ol your selling more in this country Edward Thornton, Foi Chase, Philadelphia, Pa., says: I find my buggy sixes up to every feature you claim for it. It Is very comfortable. I have rid Jen 23 miles at a time with no fatigue. I was somewhat pessimistic and inclined to take some of your strong assertions with precaution, not having purchased many goods from advertisements. From your manly, stralght'fronvthe-akoulde- r cor respondence, I was prioadeti to send my order. 1 am fully convinced your method of doing business has been the secret of your success, and when neat in the market for a carnage the order is sure to go to you. A. F. Carpenter. WoUtowa, Vs.. write! 'I received ray buggy the first of September. Slme tUt time hive given it a thorough road test and I find it exactly as you represented it to me. I am perfectly satisfied with It In respect In fict, I live seen none that equals it (or a much higher price, and I feel I have value received for every cent cl my lutctimeuL" HI flflifHwffl -- We save you all Agents', Dealers', Wholesalers' and Jobbers' profits and commissions wc don't have traveling salesmen to hotels, and travel around on high salaries. Our entire business is conducted by mail we have eliminated every extra and unnecessary expense. Wo are giving the vehicle buyers of this county the crreatcst values ever known. We mnnnfnrturn right here in oia own large factory as high grade vehicles as it is possible to- produce and sell them to you at the wholesale price and save you all the "rake-of- f " of the middlemen. - Qi Voc uiir . x vo stop at expensive Here Is How Our Plan Hits the Middleman Wo havo sold hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of vehicles and harness direct from factory to consumer, and even' sale has been a clean - cut straiciit - from - tho - shoulder SMASH between the eyes of some "middleman." We are sorry for this wo regret that our pathway to success should be strewn with wrecked hopes and thwarted ambitions of those who have tried in vain to hold us back. Personally we have nothing against dealers, agents, jobbers, mail order catalog houses and other middlemen, who seek to gather two or three profits, where we are satisfied with one we are really sorry for them, because they are doing business in the wrong way. A vehicle or set of harness is never worth moro than the factory price, and because we save you all the expense and profits of tho middlemen, they should not grow peevish and throw things at Bohon, for neither I nor my customers and friends arc to blams it is simply the law of supply and demand at work. Folks will buy where they can get the most for their money. That's the wholo matter in a nutshell. Our plan hits the middleman, because the vehicle users of this country have made up their mind to do business on the straight line from factory to user, rather than on tho g line from maker through traveling salesmen, jobbers, dealers, agents or catalog supply houses to user. Is there a reasqn? you must either pay three profits or ono You mu3t either buy directly or indirectly profit on your vehicles and harness. When a dealer buys a vehicle, he buys indirectly and absolutely must pay two or more profits before he takes the vehicle from tho crate. Now, if you buy of a dealer, you must not only pay these two or three profits, but in addition, you must pay the dealer's profit and also his selling expense extra four profits in all When you buy of us, you buy directly you pay one small profit. Our price to you is less than middlman dealers can buy vehicles for spot cash in carload lots. Don't let the get the facts, then decide. If you do this, find out for yourself throw dust in your eyes you will surely buy of Bohon and save agents', dealers', jobbers' and salesmen's commission. zig-zaprice-boosti- warn mm '5. lr we, fcK frelir want to be. Uk don't baekwooderoaa on til fill! Tiiit to ll walked caullotielr cittul lor Iniuncc. lit round Ike glreflr. looked tbt till fellow up bout He ont eiJe nd down the other mlrmtee; then (hilled hU Quid from on tlj. ol hie mouth to lt.e other, tuok ott biaglaieee, wiped them catelult, and turning to tht attendant eaidt -Huh! Tbrct Ain't No Such Aalouir That old fellow reminds me of the people "BoMa h tio lector; Ilohow'e who hltlee lack quilt s Md to Mil. not to eipecUllr when the lh oM Some people ere ur ie that the old bark. The onlr different h woorlimen wu Iriag- to deceive hlmeeU honettlf thought hie ryn were plating Irfche while the. follow who aar. "Hohon dee. rurt make the MgHce cr.de vehtetee I. hie www lactorr right her l HerrWiWg," la trjUaj for a eclhah purpwe to ckerfre you. Don't let th dealer. agent or rrdddWwiara throw duit In tout err, tiet th FACTS know for roareclf. lor aa?r agent or dealer that telle eou that w dw awe manufartarc oar vehicle right here to. oar www factory doe an 1n order to acll yww a. mara and porket a bfr Drofit. W harw Irrew m tacrorr eoat In fatprwerr eo-- f eata eaiiaiy aw uua. vi , Stalee UAK .NUNt etc." Thirty Days Free Road Trial Life Ubng Guarantee Backed by Our $30,600 Bank Bond Every Bohon vehicle it sold on a thirty dtri' free nad trtoL We want yoa to try it &j submit to any test and then decld e whether you want to keep it. Compare It eloiely your own point for point with other vehicles in your neighborhood, either in use or offered for sale, and if you arc not fully convinced that we have furnished you the beat made, the handsomest finished. the easiest riding and the lightest running baggy you ever saw, ana u you ao noi uumc mat oy if in fact, for, any dealing direct with our factory you have saved at least 125.00 to $40.00 reason you nrc not perfectly satisfied, and if the vehicle la not exactly as represented and 'in m.u tncb accoruunce wiui uuj uiuiua nc nui m&ao at. u after the .trial you keep it aa wo know you will you are absolutely protected against any loss or trouble resulting from defective material or workmanship for if ever at anv time it matters not when, whether one, two, three, five or ten yeara any picco or part proves imperfect, we will replace or repair it free of charee. As an absolute protection to you, under this guarantee, we hare deposited with tho Mercer National Bank of this city, our legal binding; bond for $30,000, and if wo ever make a claim under the guarantee that we did not carry out, wo can be made to forfeit thin bond. Just stop and think what thla means to bay m. vehicle under a unlimited guarantee, backed by a bank bond. If we did not make as fine how could we make such as offer T vehicles as It is possible to produce life-lon- Shew Mora Vehkki StylM ThftaYoaQM FiBwtinai OwrLrf 1M Catalog DeftlerB' Stores EJar M. Hunt, Sanders, ityir MI HXe my Lujey and Larncks fine. I like it Utter ttan at.y buggy I ever saw. Several people who have seen my buggy talk like they ovtA order a buggy from you In the spring. You can use ray name In advertising it you with to do so. Please send Mr. B, K. Davla a catalog of yti; bvjk to nritc you lor one." ai he aikci xi Emory W. McOrJ. Greenwood, S, C, writes: "We are more than pleased with ti.e uuggy you shipped us the first of June, and now ft is December Oh, and every one who sees it wants to kno where wt got iU We Lave had a good nuny to ask how much wc paid for It and they iem to be more than purptisrd at the price paid for such a pretty bugtry A frier.d bought a new bugcy after we got ours and paid 111300 for it without harness. When wt get ready for another new buggy we wilt not think ol buying from anyone but you. I am sending you names ol friends. I do hope you will be able to sell each a new buggy." OUR. LARGE MODERN FACTORY as any Our largo, modern factory is just as uito-dat-e Qfftfno Wo liivn nvnrv fnrilitv fnr yrtnnn .. ....... v. v. aiutt kjvtlbt.. in o vehicles at tho lowest cost of pro-facturinjr . . c .:at. r ri ii 1 lease UOU C COniUSU our lUCturjr Willi euiuc ui aUCHOn. repair shop3 here in Central Kentucky that the small possibly assemble ono hundred, vehicles in tho course of a year, for wo manufacture them by the thousands and sell them all over tho United States, as well as in many g maforeign countries. Wo havo every new chine, every practical arrangement known. Wo havo hero as fino a collection of vehicle builders as was ever gotten together by any firm anywhere. They are men of I 41. n TT fcllO Ulllim 11 high-grad- drirlng harness received the 17th. Marcus A. Whlsler, Jamestown, Ind., sayst "Buggy and set cf Am "well satisfied with both and must say that the harness and buggy are certainly male with care, both workmanship selection of Ereat for vour Dalnter to send and some brown material I awould very naint. Wit ine small amount to apply to ,?. few places I notice have been marked by shipping. Any time I can be the cause of an order being sent you by my mends, 1 vtlll consider I have helped hot 3 them and your sell." Lawrence Melugin, R. F. D. No. 1, Seeds, Jio.. writes i "I am mailing you a picture of myself, horse and buggy whicn I bought from you some time ago. It Isn't a very good picture, but ma) be it will give you an idea. You never mind what Ut pic'utrs cost lor 1 think ou have done me enough favors and gave me such a good bargain on that rig that the pictures shall not cost you anv thing. I am not in the hahit cl bragging on anyone, but X will when It is worth while." labor-savin- experience and ability, clean, moral and conscientious they are men who like their work. Visit our office and factory if you can, and see for yourself how Bohon vehicles aro made. Our factory is of personal and vital interest to you and every other vehicle user who wants to know tho facts about why and how Bohon makes the best style vehicles, maintains the very highest quality and undersells the world. If every vehlclo user in Kentucky really knew the truth and facts about tho wonderin Bpite of our already tremendous ful values wo give we would have to increase our factory, at business least ten to fifteen times in order to supply the demand. f IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiMB llllllllllllllllll Gome to See Us Visit Us at Our Factory ss - Moneq Saving -- allllllllllllllllllllllllllllagaaa aaaaaaaallaaaaaaaaaba m D.T. BOHON COMPANY, Harrodsburg, mm mix ' MamtLfMir Our Largo Factory With Annual Capacity ol 29.0W Finished Vehicles. Why not make us a visit? Come to Hnrrodsburg and see for material look our factory over. Examine the high-grad- e go through our model factory from end to end and see our we use skilled mechanics turning out as fine vehicles vast force of high-claas are being made in the world. If you can't come, send a postal today is tho for our large free catalog. Without doubt it copy. finest book on veIt shows views of hicles ever issued, and wo want you to havo a it shows in colors how construction and .our superior equipment our vehicles are painted and upholstered and has more styles than you will find in twenty dealers stores. Here is a picture of the cover, of this catalog. It is the most elaborate vehicle and harness catalog ever published it is a regular vehicle and harness encyclopedia. A postal card with your name on it will bring you this book by return mail with all postage paid. yourself tButidu Users riessage illHIIIIfllfWifjffimfffsMglMflfllil Thla Catalog ! Ifcin iiaar eta tasking. iM.f ,wtv 5