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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 25, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915032501_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 25, 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. V" J- THE CENTRAL RECORD. I'URE RELIOJOti, UN1ARN1BHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT rWKNTT riFTII TEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 25. 1915. Get In the pony content. The eugcnlsts demand Intelligence love. Impossible! In NUaikR si. ENCHANGE. The ladies, of the Baptist Church, will have an exchange at W. H. Hall's EYESTRAIN HEADACHES, RELIEVED. We Are In The Game Automobile Tickets for every cash lar purchase of dol- before Any town that In Rood enough to live grocery store the Saturday Dr. Byrne's Drugtess, Painless Test, Easter. They will have everything nnd Scientifically Glasses will do the n It good enough to boost. good to cat Let them do your baking. work Now at Kengarlan Hotel, LanDon't full 'to hear the twenty supurb caster, will remain until April 3rd . volcea In the Olee Club. Subscribe for the Uecord and get The system of rigid economy which 1,000 vote on the pony and cart. hos been inaugurated in the For alt Magarines see "Mini Dollv" Department threatens to bring about a crisis In the rural free delivery service. Country Gentleman now $1.00 a year. The abolition of routes which are not Don't fool with a cold or monkey is indicated In n letter rlth a tore throat, this time of year. to Postmaster General Uurleaon from It Chairman Moon, of the House Commit Come to the concert March 30th. will be fine as It Is backed by the tee on I'ost Itoads. Post-offic- e 3 Are you going to buy an f RURAL DELIVERY CRISIS. I AUTOMOBILE? If vou are. buv from vour S home dealer; they will take Ii care of you and sell you E: i' r m ior tne same money. ii" Preaching At Pleasant Grove. Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Cuttelry, Axes, Mattox, Garden II. W. Elliott of Sulphur will preach Sunday morning and evening at Pleasant Grovo church and all are cordially invited to hear him. MANUAL TRAINING EXHIBIT. i Rakes and Hoes. WAGONS, BUGGIES, HARNESS, Plows, Cultivators. Cutting Harrows, Drntf Hnrrows, Com Planters nnd Gas Engines. Wire Fence, Poultry Fenee nnd 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. CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. Has the 'Hilly Goat" who's picture MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS OPEN. appear In the city papers about this Three moonlight schools opened in time every year, been quarantined? Danville last week. One is located on The next aerial story at the Rex Is Maple avenue, the second on East mysteriously called The Mack Box. Broadway, and the third at Salvation All were fairly The question naturally arises what Is Army well attended, while many more studthe black Box. Considerable ents are to be enrolled. A woman's persistency is proverbial. interest has been awakened, and the She made a wrong start In the Garden indications arc mo.t favorable for a of Eden, but she has been trying to large attendance and splendid work. gether rights ever since. "a E's." So much interest has been shown in the manual training and domestic riii science department of the graded school, that an exhibit of this work will be displayed at the school building Friday afternoon, from three to four o'clock. Display of other work from the different grades will also be shown and the public and all patrons of the school are Invited to attend this exhibit I LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS OUR EXHIBITS FOR SPRING Milliner u will continue throughout the market season. You will profit by a visit to our big nnd attractive display OF TAILORED. DRESS AND PATTERN HATS i 31 and Smart MILLINERY for all Occasions. We have as our Designer and Trimmer, Mrs Nell Faler of Millinery, St. Louis, Mo. the famous Kosenthal-Sloan 8 7frs Holla Jirnold 3rancis. 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 n result they ure rapidly placing their retail business on a cash basis. Our own experience being in line with the above and believing that this 10 per cent cost is an unwaranted loss, However, we do not exwe hove decided to do likewise. pect to add this 10 per cent to our profits; but will reduce our prices accordingly, sous to give the benefit of the saving to our patrons. Therefore beginning March 15th,19 5 we will conduct our entire retail business strictly for cash and the following reductions 1 will be made on Ice Coupon Books. 400 lb Book, 1000 Old Price $2.50 less 10 per ctnl, New Price $225 lb Book, Old Price Old Price $5.00 less 10 per cent, 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 nnd to this end we will welcome suggestions nnd the cooperation of our patrons. Respt. BLUE GRASS DAIRY & ICE CO. W. R. BAST1N, Secretary. H. Y. BAST1N, President. r fii'. ST0RMES LANCASTER'S OLDEST AND BEST DRUG STORE A well balanced stock of desirable and seasonable Drug Store Merchandise, carefully selected and correctly priced. TRADEMARK: Reliability. Courtesy, Efficiency, Contest Coupons FreeAuto every Afttc lor inem wun une uouar iusu rurcuusc. . Member Lancaster Merchants-Association- Iletween the peace assemblies und FIVE GENERATIONS. war preparations the poor uove 01 Mr. and Mrs. Itobert II. Ward of this peace, like the perplexed congressman, county are the proud parents of a son wants to know where it is at. born March lCUi. Doubtless the young Iteverend H. H. Canary Jr , of Lex man will get all the petting that is due ington will preach at New Antioch the him as he Has more ancestors living tj, first Sunday in April. Let every mem than usually falls to ones lot on enter ing this "vale of tears". Besides his ber and a good crowd be present. 0 mother aud father he has a grandThe price of wool is soaring high, and mother and father and a William Renner. it looks as if the demand for lambs for mother and tather, and a This handsome picture is n capital June a"jd July delivery will bring eight r and father, he making likeness of William Henner, one of the and possibly nine cents per pounu. Luck to contestants for the Pony and Cart. He ojj the fifth living generation. him. is a hustler and has gotten out some The "Master Key" at the Ilex will the fact he unique cards announcing be run through first on March 30th wants his friends to vote for him. He promptly at 7;15. See the "Master CLEAN-U- P DAYS. also says he is one of the great common Key" and come on to the Glee Club The state health authorities have people and is pushing his candidacy on Concert. designated Friday and Saturday, April that platform. He is the son of Mr. Statistics tell us very few married 16 and 17, as "Clean-U- p Days," and and Mrs. Charles Kenner and a nephew are In cnantaoie institution, the city olllcials, acting in conjunction mtn of Mr. and Mrs. It. Zimmer, of this may be an unjust inference that tho It with the Civic Department of the city. being supported by married men ar Woman's Club, have given assurance their wives. that they will help in a systematic Runaway June promises to bring cleaning of the town, which will mean more leverlah actions, more unique better health, purer air, fewer flies and adventures, more exciting romances a much more attractive town. The than has ever been seen in Lancaster womans club is also determined that hoes shall not be tolerated in town as on the screen. they were last spring. Hangs Landram says "we editors' are "pretty decent sort or reliows" A TOWN OF and he might add. that by hard work we have all attained an extraordinary Lancaster has always been active in degree of poverty. societies and organization. Truly, this Great, Britain may have forgotten could be called a town of "jinera" and some painful experiences she had in an ordinarily active person may be an the past In ttying to hamper American officer In a dozen organizations. shipping, but she had better put on her To our church and fraternal orders and philanthropic societies, has been thinking cap". added what is known as the Puget News that a new telescope is to bring Sound Fish Club, with R. L. Elkin, miles of the moon within thenty-nin- e Pres., L. G. Davidson, Secty, and S. the earth makes enterprising real es F. Hughes. Treasurer. The purpose tate firms like Hughes and Fwinebroad and work of this club which Is, of sit up and take notice. will be stated course, commendable, Miss Sallie Elkin has some beautiful after the work of the club ia better and artistic pieces of hand painted organized. china for sale. Some of the pieces are mall and inexpensive, suitable for CIRCUIT COURT ADJOURNS. Aleene Thomas. graduating presents. The three weeks term of the Garrard This little girl Is a daughter of Mr, Servia is a small country, with no Circuit Court adjourned finally last and is an en resources, but it started the greatest Saturday. From a financial atandpoint and Mrs, Jess Thomas Ponv Outfit. Iiumania is also it cost the state less than any court thusiastlc worker for the war in hhe world. securing votes all over the a small country, whose most notable .hat had been held in the county for She is brought many new product up to the present time has been yeara. l h smallest list oi Claims ever county and has Uecord. Her Sylvia, the poetets. But it filed in any court here, jury claims. subscribers to the Central Carmen friends are working hard for her and may end the same war. witness claims and claims from all hope to see her land the coveted prize. The Exploits ef Elaine is a remark sources amounting to less than fit000' Clerk Mason, says that if busi able story and motion picture drama. Circuit Send In Your Picture. pick up his friends will A real masterpiece of thrills from start ness doesn't him, or else he to finish, showing hundreds of sen have to take care of So many of the contestants in the The country will land in the pauper Institution Pony Contest have asked that their sational adventures. Th grand jury returned a total of 46 people have the opportunity or seeing pictures be run in the Central Record, indictments, forty of which were for this at the Saturday matinee. and to be fair and impartial to all, we misdemeanors and six felony cases. will run each contestants picture and a This spring, the principal interlittle local free, provided however the est of the world centers in the Euro FIRST DAY OF SPRING. cut Is furnished us. The cut will cost battlefields, where the awaken' pean Sunday marked the beginning of one dollrr. ilrieg us your picture and ing of nature is expected to bring we will have cut made and run tvvo or Spring. about a revival of hostilities on u scale unIn the northern hemisphere the vernal more of the contestants each week of destructiveness which will make all til the contest cloves. that has gone before seem trifling in equinox, tne point at which uid ol in his annual apparent course crosses the comparison. TRANSYLVANIA GLEE HUB. nuator on his northway journey, was With the parcels post in operation due Sunday, and although the weather The music loving people of this vi and the big mail order houses Hooding man gave us Snow, and Sunday night the country with catalogues and price gave us still more snow, we are told cinity as well as those who enjoy a bit of fun by way of a pleasing farce are lists of their goods and wares, it be' King Winter's back is broken. King looking forward to Tuesday night hooves the local merchants to put on will not give up the fight without March 30th, when a delightful program Winter considerable more steam in their newsHe is a crafty will be rendered by this Glee Club at a determined struggle. paper advertising or be tho losers by general, and he will make many an un. the school Auditorium. Among the failure to do to. expected sally and fire many a broad- - songs will be "Twilight", "Piccaninny Go to the picture shows and see the aide from his big guns before he leads Lullaby", "Way Down South" andetc. great serial pictures and the hilarious his defeated forces across Canada and A one act farce, entitled "A Telegram fastness From Dad" featuring Mr. Karl Borders western comedies full of cowboys and Newfoundland to the bucking broncos; tales of romance es, where he bides his time until ready as Mrs. Hush, wife of the football adventure and tragedy, also the for another onslaught on the lands of coach, will keep the audience in an up and a horde of the South. spectacular Jungle-Zoroar of laughter from start to finish. wild beasts all In action. No need to The Glee Club Is composed of the spend a dull moment in Lancaster. following members; SPRING OPENINGS. E. W. Delcamp, Director, J. C. Hobbs Never have we seen a more beautiful Manager. Many things this spring will bring us. We may predict with certaint- y- display of hats, dry goods and notions Second Tenor. First Tenor. green grass and blossoming trees and than our Lancaster merchant displayH. K. Macmillan. H. Griffin, They did their part variegated circus posters and baseball ed last Saturday. L. A. Warren. 11. Mason, and Easter millinery bills and gurg- and if the weather man had given them II. E. Dickins, E. Watson, weather the day would have ling brooks and garden aass and spring better L. II. Barnes, Ii, Earnest, poetry and tweetvoiced songsters and been perfect. M. B. Yager. M. Trout, Dry Goods Stores of the Joseph The owing lovers and other flora and fauna, It. W. Fox. Mercantile Co, J. E. Dickeraon and the Second Bass. First Uass Lyons vied It ia amazing how mad our modern Dusy Cash Store of G. M. MacGowan, G. J. Parrish, world is after amusement. The feudal with each other In beautiful windows N. K. Jerome Campbell, lord kept his fool, who was anything and attractive goods. Delightful musi-- Karl Borders, T. W. Tinsley, programs were rendered at Joseph's H. P. Gamboe, but a simpleton, but our modern world Young, II. B. Brvson, Is content with nothing that Is not and Dickerson's, carnations were also J. B. J, C. Hobbs. highly spiced with entertainment. Our given away by some of tha enterpris- P. B. Willis. Quartet. preachers must have their stories, our ing merchants. J. B, Earnest, first tenor, The hats were too beautiful and arprofessors must be clever a well 11. E. Dickins, second tenor, learned, and our evangelist (God for tistic for a "mean man" to describe H. B. Bryson, first bass, Alto give us) must be vulgar before our but vary pleasing to look at. J. C Hobbs, stcond bass. gether it waa gala day for Lancaattr. attention is much attracted. PaiaH OVERLAND Fully equipped. CARS None $850.00 as Good. M Better-Fe- w 1 great-gran- great-grea- t- HASELDEN BROS, 11 timjr tl.l..ln given on an casn saies. nereis J! grand-mothe- I fli DA 1 1 ji 31 IE G. M. LYONS BUSY LADIES B CASH TAILORED STORE. SKIRTS "MRS". ;'!iH An entirely new selection of and a complete line of Shirt Waists in all the New Shades, Sand, Putty and Belgian Blues. Also a beautiful line of Chlldrens dresses Call and let us convince you our prices are right. G. ii M. LANCASTER. - LYONS. KENTUCKY. irzzzitzzzii ii i GREAT I N WAGONS. HARNESS, ice-gi- rt IMPLEMENTS, PAINTS, o WIRE FENCE, -- OILS, GALVANIZED AND STEEL ROOFING, ETC. 1 Special prices on all the above mentioned articles. al ftW. J. ROMANS, KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, Page 2 RAT CORN The Central Record, Thursday Men 25 1915. A. B. THE Robertson & Bro STORE What Cures THAT SELLS WOOLTEX. Eczema? TV have hail an munr Inquiries lalelr regarding Kciemn an.l other kln thnt we arc Kind to tiinko our nawer public. After cartful InvrMlK' tlon we liavti found that a almnlit ah tf Oil or r.Wlnfrgreen. ancan ! coinrounilnl In 1). I. rreecrlnllon. Mini V uron. would not make thin atnlr-mer- it to our patronn, frit ml ami ndsh-to- r unleas we wero mire, of It allhoush there, nr mnny Kr rem remedies aold, wo ouraelvcs: un healtntlngly recommend D. IX Preemption. H.op Into our atnra todr, Jnt ta talk over th merit! of thla wonCcrful It Mummifies Them. Harmless to human beintrs or stock. Hid your place of these without smell or danger. Order b today. Prices COc and $1.00 ran, 6 pound $5.00. Postage paid. Rat Corn Is guaranteed to do all wc live If Dollars Count With. Yotc cst can pall say Ky. you will surely have a Wooltex coat or suit Women who nre economical nre among the admirers of Wooltex garments. firent-es- t The Allen 34 When you payg895 for an Allen 34 you get S895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. We build integrity into evcry Allen automobile. Our organization ii We are in strong and permanent the automobile business to stay. Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen 14 has an Allen 17 horsepower en- - R. E. McRobcrts. Lancaster, Ky. W. B. NELSON, County Lexington, Court Dajs. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, lit. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Mondny. Harrodsburc, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Monday. Shclbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mondf. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasvillo, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday.( Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. STANFORD Mrs. Carson, of near Hmtonville, Is the guest of Mrs. Eliza Coffey. Ml Minnie Woods spent last week in Cincinnati with her brother Hlgglna Woods. Miss Matsy Grimes has been suffering from an attack of grip for the pnst Sine, Writon-Mo- tt aile, mohair top Herring jear. drive, ciruml. ing hrites, 110 -- Inch wheelluie, demountaUe rimi, aluminum crank rate ami aluminum onif-mt- They kjiow by experience thnt Wooltex gives more pleasurable wear than onlinnry garments made in the ordinary way. They can tell vou how much this label means. ami leather upholittry. Warner tnni million and few days. Mrs. S. J. Embry has been confined to her bed for several days this week yiiii:ILBLm()Mi,..vv3 with grip. Mrs, Ratsy Drown, who tins been sick for the past few dava is some what improvc-d- . be found inside the collars and waist band of garments designed bv America's most skillful style It will artists. never extreme or freakish, Wooltex garments appeal to the woman who appreciates apparel that conforms to the season's correct style tendencies and may be worn for at least a full season with the assurance that it is always in good taste. Mrs. Henry Uruning, of Cincinnati, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. T. J. Hill. Jr. Mrs. J. F. Cummin and Miss Ma I'cttus are In Crab Orchard with friends and relatives. Misses Ethel and Elizabeth Farmer are viaitinc relatives and friends at Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our rair, reputation for giving the greatest tltilrK liiku possible value for the price we get. ttnj r'lilnt ittrtr. The wruiht ef Ihe mr Is If you have been waiting until you SJui Hi.. hxh. with Iti could buy a strong, swift, safe, liwrr of the iiMiur. In.urea economy vi handsomi car without paying a dolWe k.lld II.. other lar more than its actual worth, the mdl. three rd.t.re ad lw lowrtiid ear. touring carat Allen 34, r.NfEaf. la arlca Iraaa ani ia SIJ9J 895, is the complete answer to your requirements. itylt, fniih, fnitr, itnnmj tf tftrmlim, f qui f mint, imitHt cualmri Kenton Motors Co. ginia . nj fritt, Altin ran ultlit InJ x Factor? Rcpreecntatlrci for Southern Ohio, ied)aent West VirTerritory, Southern InJUua and entire Stat u( Kcntuckr. Dealers I Write or wira for iigcticy proposition cr: ifkt iwij itit it. i.ik ... Registered Hereford Bull SEASON 1915. Service $2.00 Cash. Two miles from Lancaster on the Richmond pike. And then, Wooltex clothes arc so carefully made that they will retain their handsome trimness, their smart individuality and their freshness much longer than garments less skillfully tailored. R. E. HENRY. Jndgrt them by your own standard of garment L.&N. Train Schedule At Lancaster,' Ky. making and you will see for women why" Wooltex garments are Arrive. who make dollars count Suit No. 1709 at $25.00 A smart looking suit with the new short jacket. Jacket has new graduated panel back adapted from imported I'aquin model. Diagonal pocket flaps arc outlined by closely set buttons. Dircctolre collar effect, with rolling front and tabs buttoned down. Full peau ae cygne lined. New circular skirt with partial yoke on each side. Yoke trimmed to correspond with jacket. A popular priced, stylish suit. May be had in variety of materials and colors. No 10; 5:00 a. m. Wooltex To Maysville, connecting at Kichmon with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & 0 to Lexlng. ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Wooltex Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Deattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middleaboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. THE PROBLEM OF No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling THE UNEMPLOYED. Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. The United States Government can No 9; 8:42 p. m. solve the problem of the unemployed To Stanford, connecting with fast by establishing under the Department of Labor an Employment Bureau and train to Bristol & Atlanta. by having the right kind of Immigra' Coats at $16.50, $20.00, $22.00 Wooltex Suits at 25.00, 30.00, 35.00 Skirts at 6.00, 8.75, 10.00 ft. B. Robertson & Bro DANVILLE. KY. in, soon reduced to poverty; either by staying where they are and honine for (an opening, or by wandering from place to place searchinc for work: thia un. fortunate condition of affairs is brought about, not by there being no work of their kind; but because they Knew not j where to find it. hence the need of an Employment Iiureau under the De partment of Labor. I Virgie K. Worrell. school in the Seventh District was won by Dudley Caudill, of Powell County Crab Orchard. Med Smith, of Norfolk, Va , is here mingling with old friends and relatives for n few days. Mrs. Sam Hardin, of tendon, has returned home after n visit to Mrr. Jennie Wearen. Mts, E. J. Drown was in Lnncaster Saturday the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Russell lliown. Mrs. W. A. Carsor., who has been sick for some months fa thought to be improving slowly. Mrs. W. II. Turley, of Richmond, is with her daughter, Mrs. R. T. Ilruce for a short visit, Mrs. Clare Doty Traylor. of Richmond, is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Sam K. DuJd.nar. Miss I.ucile Gastineau. the high school principal spent Saturday in Lexington with friends. Mrs. J. II. 1'axton was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Jane Robinton at Lancaster Saturday. Miss Jennie Duncui, of Lancaster, was the week end guest of her sitter. Mrs. Charlotte Wvrren. Mrs. McKee RilTe left this week for Cincinnati, where she will visit relatives and friends for ten days. Mrs. Charles Coleman, of Lt'linnon, has returned home after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Ilen Jennings. Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Carenter attended the Carpenter-Culli- s wedding at Danville Wednesday evening. Mrs. F. II. Jones, who was Miss Tolly Traylor, of Richmond is here visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. J. C Eubanka, Mrs. I.ogan ll and Miss Mattie Lee Hubble spent several days in Louisville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Owsley, of Hustnnville, were here lait week for a few days before going to housekeeping. Miss Itelle Denny returned home Saturday from Shelby City, where she had been the guest of Mrs. W. I'. A WELCOME VISITOR. here It ia known, is a Iwx of our sparkling ginger ale, orange aoda or other of our carNinatnl beverages. If you have not yrt tried any or all ol them you don't know what a fine treat you have Iwen miasing. Don't keep on and missing It. Order a Ikjx commence enjoying ourelf. y m in 73 n IK. 1 Lancaster Bot tling CO. in 73 73 Phone 202. ySRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR ?5 73 IT. 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Our government was established to promote the general wellfare not only of one citizen or class of citizens, but for every person born or naturalized in It. Every person who has not a sufficient income to live as lie thinks best prepares himself to make a living In some trade, occupation or profession. The work that he has prepared himself to do is not found at his door at all times, or perhaps at any time. He must work or starve, but how can lis do the work he lias fitted himself to do, The if the work cannot be found? work can be found, perhaps not in his Immediate vicinity or county; but If there is a trade, occupation or profession, there is just as certainly a demand for employees in It. All the positions are not filled In all places at A all times or perhaps at any time. United States Employment Iiureau under the Department of Labor is necessary to give to the employer and the employee information us to where each can be found: both the employer and the employee having registered with the bureau with suflicient information and sufficient recommendations to make the contract on the part of each perfectly safe. This bureau should have an office in one or more of the principal cities of the union; If in only one, then A a central city would be preferable. State Uurcau of Emyloyment might very profitably to th state be run on the same plan as given above. Long have I seen the Unemployed, and many of them very worthy search ing for work, I, too, have been among the restless throng, consequently the "I'roblem of the Unemployed" has My exbeen many times before me. perience In seeing the unemployed is notjconflned to one state, since I have taught and gone to school in elgbt stales of the union and visited and traveled In u number of others. I have been in tome of the leading cities of our country, and have seen the Unemployed In many trades, occupations and professions. The Unemployed are, If not already Congressman John V. Langley's prize of $25.00 for the best moonlight school in the Tenth District was won by V. R. Thomas, of Floyd County. Attorney General JamesA.Carnctt's prize ol tiU.UO lor the Lest moonlight school in Adair County was awarded to Mrs. V. L. Russell. State Senator J. R. Zimmerman's prize of $10.00 for the best moonlight school In Bullitt Couuty was awarded to Miss Mary Dawson. ? STEEL COACHES-NE- W DINING CAR SERVICE Ail Electric Lighted South-r- n J i ir. OthiT Famoue, Aihcn Augusts. Ri'iorU Charleston Columbia Savannah Summcrvillc MOONLIGHT SCHOOL CONTESTS CLOSE. The contests between teachers and trustees for the prizes olfered by Kentucky's statesmen for the best moonlight school were very warm ones. many being in close competition for the prizes. The reports of teuchers and letters from adults who had been taught to write showed excellent results for the sessions of 1911. Adair County captured the grand prize, $50.00 offered by Senator Ollie moonlight M. James for the best school in Kentucky. Mrs. W. L. Itus- sell was the winner. McCreury and Hardin Counties won the $50.00 prize of Senator J. N. Camden to the trustee who best piomot-e- d the moonlight school work. W. I. Johnson, trustee at Barren Fork. County, and Rev. J. A. Fryrear, of Hardin County, tied for the prizo and the Kentucky Illiteracy Commissioa Mr. divided the prize between them. Johnson is an old soldier and foughc In the battle of Gettysburg. lie climbed a cliif each evening to be in the moonlight school and taught one of the clasHev. ses. He is 70 years of age. Fryrear has served 23 years as school trustee, having the longest term of service of any trustee in the State. He Is 70 years of age and a Dap tlat minister. He put forth a hrolc elfort to make the moonlight school in his district a success. Congressman W. J. Field's prize of $25.00 for the best moonlight school in the Ninth District was won by Iiath County. Tils was the most heated of all the contests, th're being some excellent schools In Mason, Montgomery, Rowan and other counties, which ran the prize school in HhIIi u close race, Virgil Jones, a young teacher, won the honors for IJatli. Congressman J. Campbell Cantrlll's prize of $25.00 for the best moonlight The liank of Clarkson's prize of $10. 00 for the best moonlight school in Grayson County was won by A. K Witten. The Kentucky Illiteracy Commis sion's piizes for the best moonlight school stories were won by the follow ing: tlrst prize, Miss Laura Smytlie Adair County, second prize. Miss Maud Bishop. McCreary County, third prize, Miss Lottie L. Richards, Rowan County 1 A PLEASANT SURPRISE. Josh Hillings once said "it Is thu surprises of life that add most to our pleasures and Josh added that one man would be surprised ut the receipt of a legacy while another would be surpris ed at finding that "the speckeled hen had come olf the nest with fifteen chickens". At any rate, it is from each mans view point what are the most pleasant surprises of life. To have u fish stolen from you during this period of "high cost of living" Is one kind of a surprise and to have it handed back to you just at the right psychological moment when you are ravenously hungry, beautifully cooked with ull the trimmings, is another kind of surprise and one calculated to give a msn a thrill he experiences only a few times In life. Such has been our surprise, and the "surprised" thanks the (the polite name for rogues) and wishes to say he is willing to let the matter drop and hopes all parties Danville. concerned are willing to do At the beautiful reception given by Mrs. James Harris Ilaughman lor the Carpenter-Colli- s bridal party at their Dollcato Children handsome hone lust Tuesday evening, usually only need n food tonio to mala Hubert Carpenter cut the ring out of them strong and healthy the bridal cako, Ily rules and regulations Hubert will be the next one to marry. Hubert said when asked about Is not only the best food tonlg but Is the matter "that he was looking for a pleasant to take, tiol J only by us. lady to demonstrate the great Maxwell ' R. E. McRobtrts car." rs like-wis- (livens. George W. Carter has been quite 111 for several days with grip and it is feared by relatives and friends that it will terminate in pneumonia. Mrs. Homer Carpenter and attractive little daughter, Eleanor Tevis, of Shelbyville, nre the guests of her parents, Dr. and Mrs, J. G. Carpenter. Mesdames Susan II. Yeager, Rettie Uurcli and S. (J. Hays returntd home( the first ot the week from HotSprings, Ark., where they have been forseveral I wceki. George L. Willis, of Shelbyville who is clerk of the Census Committee nfi Congress, of which Harvey Helm is chairman, was here last week to join the ollice staff of Mr. Helm here for a J;) short time. D. V. Kennedy, the senior member. fij of tho Kennedy Mill Company, happen, cd to a very painful accident last week, when the horse he was driving became Jj frightened and ran olf throwing him from the wagon and breaking several' ribs. Mrs. II. D. Frye, of near Hubble en tertained Wednesday in honor ot the Fisher-Lute- s wedding party with an elaborate dinner. Among those present were Miss Mabel Gumm, of Lexington, Misses Lucinda and Elizabeth Lutes and Howard Newland, of this city and Messrs J, It. Fisher and McGuire, of Lexington. The wedding will take place Thursday afternoon at the home of tho bride's brother, Kenne Lutes at ' I I car service, communicate with your local agent, Very Low Homesseckers' Faros Winter Tourist Excursion Fared Stopover and other sinicial features. For information aa to schedules, farei nnd through sleeping ir II. II. TODD. DUIrlt t i'oMirr Au'rnl .Sl.iiki BnlMlii)!. L.mliilp, Ky. ?$3rsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsr srsrsrsrsr 73, To INSURE In a Leading g the Springfield Fire and Marine. CAPITAL, 2,00,000,00 THOMAS S: ELKIIM, American Company Such as I t 1 I Agents. I I m THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Cupifol A. It $50,000. J. Surplus Vice $30,000. )ENNY, President a STOKMKS, I'res't. S. C. DENNV, Cashier. r. L. GlLI., ' It. T Jmuky, Ass't Cashier. J. eS Safety Samual Deposit WE Alex Boxes It. Denny, GUI. Dr. For Rent. J. E. SOLICIT YOUIt BUSINESS. D. Cochran, J, II. I'osey, Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. W. M. Elliott, Directors. - I n III III 111 ilk JI JI W;' 3BI . The Central Record, Thursday Mch 26, 1915 IE II "z:xHBBnWBE': - it ERVICE. KY. "Tj I rn Ponce de Leon Failed; His Prize Is Found 1 KENTUCKY EDITOR Who Has Scored Great Suc cess In Tour Business morning at tha local railroad station, he little thought that he was Inaugurating one ot tho Important tour agencies ot the country. Ilut so It was and "flowmar's Tours" are now a household word over a very large territory. The editor was Daniel M. Dowmar. He gave his party an extra fine trip ror a moderate price which Included everything, secured for them special privileges not enjoyed by the average exposition visitor and brought them Page 3 Bits of Byplay 1 VII MEANS '' . . A thorough examination of your eyes by a specialist of six W - II teen years experience. . A proper correction by glnsses of any Optical defect or eye strain. To have your eyes tested and glnsses fitted for one reasonable "charge. Ponce ile J.eon. the daring explorer, searched amonn; the swamp ot Moridt By Lake McLuke for the Fountain of Youth, which the Indians said would rrstnre power and make people young, lie uJ not find it. Copyright, 1016, the OindanAti Thotmnds of chronic intestinal, bowel Enqulror and stomach sufferers hae written to deo. II. Mayr, 154 Whiting St., Chicago, Huhl in quest of health. They have found it. "Can you run u typewriter'" asked His remedy, composed iif healing vegc-tab- ic oils Irom Trance, has indeed given tho old fogy. them back the health of youth. "1 used to think I could," replied uio Why suffer from indigestion, cases on grouch. "Hut I married ona" the stomach, fainting spells, torpid liver, constipation and all the evils of a Ouchl stomach when there Is permaWe shouldn't throw away our MM Mayr's Wonderful nent relief here? Nor keep our pockets sealed. Remedy is sold by leading druggists nut we should try to bo whole eouled everywhere with the positive underWhen wo know ,a'r well neelod. standing that your money will lie refunded without question or quibble if Paw Knows Everything. ONIC liottle fails to give you absolute Wllllo lnw, when does a man wear satisfaction. a gravo expression? l'aw When be hi acting as a pallbearer, my son. Dr. J. S. GILBERT. OFFICE Somo eleven years ago, a railroad official urged a friend of his, a newsCENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. paper man at Versailles, Ky to con Oflice Phone t,0 Residence Phone 41 duct a party from Central Kentucky to tbe Louisiana Purchase Exposition LANCASTER. KY. at St. Louis. The railroad nan assured bis friend that the latter was better fitted tc tout direct a personally conducted than any other man In the State. Vet when the editor met his flrst party of thirty people in tbe gray dawn of the .ff . TV. Ulsnes Fitted. 8tlifcllon Dntranteed. Jforrow, Graduate Optician JAILLESS CRIMES. Killing time. Alumico Frames, 1st Quality Lenses $2.50 and $3.00. American Optical 10 Years Gold Filled. Large Eye. 1 st Quality Lenses $4.50 and $5.00. and "Hold Fast" Eye Glasses $4.50 and up. "Shuron." "Fits-U- " Extra charges for "Kryptok," "Torlc" and "Compound" Lenses. J. J. BYRNE, Optical Specialist. AT THE KENGARLAN HOTEL. LANCASTER. Hanging pictures. Stealing salmon. Shooting the chutes. Choking olT a speaker. Running over a new song. Smothering a laugh. Setting fire to a heart. Knifing a performance. Murdering the English language. I'. S. No fish but salmon permissible. It make Oddl me wonder ai 1 write. It euro la mighty strange; Why docs a man tar money's tlcht When ho has eome loos change? Tho Wis Fool. Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberls. H. "Man was made to mourn," observed the sage. "That's right," replied the fool. "Ho has to bustle to pay bis rent, and If bo can't raise tho rent he has to keep on the move." Tough. Clay Kauffman, Attorney-At-La- w MARCH 22nd to APRIL. 3rd 3 G 3E JIT J Attention Horjtmen! The Influence of the European strug gle is everywhere manifest, and is of It p. J&t LltniTKOURMiyV), ir ii t.ciorri "SAFETY FIRST" prime importance In shaping the future plans of tlm American Horse Husiness and there is every indication that farmers will tnke advantage of the situation and breed their mares this spring. The stallion and jack ownei who places his animal before the notice of mare owners is the one who will secure the business, and he cannot do it mure thoroughlv or inexpensixely than through the columns of The Central Record. Foreign demand marked the exhaustion of foreign supply and we may the call for our horses to continue long after the war is over. Our advice to mare owners Is to breed their mares and to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth as sires. Avoid the policy of patronizing cheap sires. In addition to our regular list of subscribers, we will send out extra copies of the Record to leading farmers and horsa breeders of Kentucky, adjoining States, Southern and Southwestern and Middle Western States. Write or see us for rates. ex-eshort-sighte- d Out. while hit Income Juit stands pat. Ills outgo grows and grows. Located. Is a great Injustice that Man can't ray what he owes; Offices on Danville Street over Post Office. Offlce Phone 31. "What." Inquires Luke McLuke, "has become of the old fashioned pink that used to repose on the old fashioned whatnot?" The last time we saw It, Luke. It was still reposing on the old fashioned whatnot In the southeast corner of the cellar. Springfield sea-she- M. BaaHBef Ssaaaaaaagsa-L J. 'gesaaaVaw J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentuoky. Paint Lick, (Mass.) Union. Things to Worry About. The Siamese believe that odd bers ore unlucky. Daily Health Hint. digestion. DrW. E. McWilliams num- Physician and Surgeon. Daniel M. Bowmar. home enthusiastic and happy, feeling that they had seen everything which It was possible to see and had done everything which It was possible to do. And so Editor Dowmar was urged to get up another party and another, and soon he was conducting tours t( Niagara Falls, to Atlantic City, to the Canadian cities, to Yellowstone Park and the tar West, to the Mardl Oral at New Orleans, to New York, Phila- Eating powdered glass will cause In- Phone 387-BUCKEYE. KY. Prompt Service day and night. Fixing Up His Ear E. Mnllory und brother Kobe are doing somo tin work on James TIcrney. Nortlivlllo Argus. J- - A. Beazley Our Dally Special. Hard lock loves the man who whines. FUNERAL DIRECTOR Oflice Over National bank. Residence Phone 3. Oflice Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. The Country. I am longing for the country where they still eat mush and milk. And where the socks have not yet changed from wool to lustrous silk; Where the good wife still wears calico and PREACHERSVILLE 'bout styles never (rets. Where girls still smell of wood smoke, not ot talc and cigarettes. Little Lucy Mae Anderson is quite --Cincinnati Knqulrer. SICK. I'm longing for the country whero I used to have cold feetj Where the winters are a terror and the summer are a treat; Whero the women and the children dn not fear the outdoor air. And a fellow's private business I no neighborhood affair. Nebraska Journal. I am longing for the country, I am long. lng just to bo Where I can let the whiskers grow upon tho face o' me: Where I can let my hair grow In a wild and woolly way. And whero father doe the farmln' and there ain't no board to pay. -- Houston Post Luke McLuke 8aysi When you say that some men are fathcaded fools every man In your audience kuows that you are talking about tho other fellow. Some men never forget to take tbe makings with them when tbey go out, but they always seem to forget to take any matches. L'vo was about tbe only woman that ever moved Into new quarters and didn't kick about tbe dirt left by tbe women who moved out. Shapes Is shapes. That's one reason why you ncrer hear of an excelsior factory falling It Is funny, but It Is a fact that most of tho men who use perfect grammar arc earning $20 per week, and most of tho men who nay "them things" and otber bush league expressions own their own borne and have a substantial bank account. The old fashioned woman who used to uso a whole paper of safety plus when sho wan dressing now has a daughter who wouldn't know how to usa one If sho b id It. fleforo marriuue liu Imagines that it Is sentiment that makes her save hU lore letters, but lifter marriage be learns better. You may not believe It, but the gtrl who has a beam like n battlehtp doesn't eat balf as mutb us the girl who U built like a hatpin. Prayer Is ull right onco In awhile, bat the man who puts blisters on bis hands gets more than tho man who puts blisters on bis knees. Any real woman will spend 23 cents to save a dime. Any undertaker will tell you that he would starve If bo bad to depend on the men who ara nhvnys yelping that they are working themselves to death. Tbo brunettes aru just as light headed ss tbe blonds. What has become of the old fash ioned girl who used to get bedqullts nd flannel iiottlroats for wedding presents? Anyway, Adam dldn t have to sit m CONVINCED- If you are open to conviction take the time to Inspect the various cars In your price zone make a careful unalysis of each car the Mitchell will compare more than favorably in your final II I conclusion. The eager Light Six or the smart Light Four show their individuality in every line their appearances, finish, comfort and performance stamp their superiority. These assertions can be proven if the car submitted to you for your deductions supports our claims you will be convinced. CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. Distributors. Lexington, Ky i 0 g Notice! Poultry Raisers Cholera. Gaoes. Limberncck. Roup. Canker. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry So'Ji::: T UU lb. worm md irWvrt lh cluck i fti.U. Il i. Ih. bet p. iwli . Ibintm umj." tlm Mhj. aid Gnirtnttta by J. KobL Crane, Bsrdstowa, Ky. Price 50c t all Dro&iiu. OLD UV is in The undersigned hereby give warn. Inn to all persons not to trespass upon our Inmls for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all oHenders to nil lst extent of U" law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N II Price It. L. Klkin V. It. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West, II. 0. Arnold. James G. Conn POSTED Little Annie Dema Cress is sick with measles. Ilev. J. 0. Williams could not fill his pulpit her Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hell of Corbin, visited relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Gill visited their son. Mr. Tom Gill and wife. Mesdames Arthur Miller and James F, Miller were shopping in Stanford, Mrs. Oliver Carpenter, of Lancaster, 8 visited her parents, Mr, and Mrs. S. D, Carpenter. Mrs. F, L. Thompson visited her mother, Mrs. William Sprinkles at Shelby Citv. Mr and Mrs. D. M. Anderson and family visited relatives at Stanford few days ago. Miss Ruby Cress has been visiting Mr. Joseph Smith, her near Rrodhead. Mr. and Mrs. I). I. Iilankenship visit ed Mr. and Mrs. William Naylor near Stanford Saturday and Sunday. Mr. George Coins, aged 19, and Miss Janie Pointer, aged 18. were joined in wedlock's holy bonds on the 14th Rev, R. II. Dairds. The groom is the son of Mr. Pleasant Coins, of Garrard, while his handsome bride is a daughter of Mr Jim Pointer. We extend our best grand-fathe- wishes. SSSBSSSSllllllsil Backache Miss Myrtle Colhrum, ot Russellvillc, Ala., says: "For nearly a year, I suffered with terrible backache, pains In my limbs, and my head ached nearly all the time. Our family doctor treated me, but only gave me temporary relief. I was certainly In bad health. My school teacher advised me to R. E. McRobcrts; Druggist. Lancaster, Ky. J. cash. C. Morgan, We will add other names for 25 cents 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 TAKE Cardui The Woman's Tonic I took two bottles, In all, and was cured. 1 shall always praise Cardui to sick and suffering women." II you suiter Irom pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, backache, or other symptoms ol womanly trouble, or It you merely need a tonic for that tired, feel nervous, worn-o- ut e-- b ing, try Cardui. WAREHOUSES: " " Kentucky & Peoples Warehouse Planters-Centra- l " Warehouse . " " Farmers Warehouse " Home Warehouse It will have the special attention of experienced warehousemen and you will get prompt returns. M M Ninth Street Warehouse Louisville Warehouse ... ... .... . . Louisville, Ky. " " atonnd at night and listen to Ere p.tg glng that she wished she bad some decent clothes to wear like other women delphia, Washington everywhere. In tact, the thing grew like a snowball, and Editor Uowmar had a big tour business on his hands In a few years. Good service did It. What Mr. Bowmar does not know about points of Interest in tbe terri tory covered by his tours could be put In a very small pamphlet, while the accurate information which he has gathered In nearly twelve years on tbe subject of American travel would All several volumes the slxe of Webster's International Dictionary. His really enormous list ot personal friends In every part of the Union has undoubtedly contributed much to hli success and prestige as a tour conductor. It has tnabled him to give to his parties special pleasures and opportunities which would not come to the Individual traveler. Once in Cleveland one o.f the. Bowmar parties had tbe pleasure of being presented tc John D. Rockefeller. The Corcoran Art Gallery in Washington, which every one knows is always "hermetically sealed" during the summer months, was thrown open to Mr. Dowmar and the members of his party to August, as an extraordinary courtesy, dt special order ot tbe trustees. At Natchez, Miss., they were guests ol honor of the Natchex Chamber ol Commerce. One tme they were all served oft gold plates In a handsoms private dining room of the most exclu slve hotel In the East. Patrons ol uowmar s Tours are usually the re cipients of much attention and un usual courtesies. While Mr. Dowmat does not guarantee these "extras, some charming thing Is quite likely tc odd up wnicn was not in the itinerary But the great point about "Dow mar's Tours" Is the service. This Ii Mr. Dowmar's hobby. He says: "Most Americans travel for rest and relaxation. They want a maximum ol pleasure and interest with th smallest reducible minimum ot re sponslbtllty. That's the ideal for a tour agency to work towards.." Uowmar s Tours have worked fot mat ana attained It. They are mod erate priced, but no tours under per sonal escort In the country surpasi them In service. Mr. Bowmar accom every party. The parties are always harmonious There Is an atmosphere of good feel lng and you are certain to meet nice congenial peoplo and no other kind. Tho feature Is anothet of Mr. Dowmar's hobbles. "The Amer Icau peoplo are liberal," said he, "bul they are buslness-IIkand accural and they llko to know In advance what the whole thing will cost. I (ell them I don't deal in glittering gneralltles I glvo my patrons an Iteilied state nient of everything that to be In eluded. Tbey don't meet Lh unpleas ant financial surprises osHTe trip." A big Bowmar tour foHe comlnt summer is a four veek'iWp, througt tho West to the California expositions starting August 2. For more than I year Mr. Bowmar has been engaged lc working out details of this tour. Th Itinerary Includes visits In San Fran rlftco. Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and San Diego, California, al tne urand canyon and in Denver, Colorado Springs and Manltou, Colo rado, and Salt Lake City, Utah. Then will be other Bowmar tours In Jul) and September to Atlantlo City, New York and Washington and to Nlagari Falls and Canada. stop-ove- M. K.tay ami W.A. Wheeler Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Offlce: Slormee Bnlldlnf.Tei Hurl A Ander son's Furniture LANCASTER. tore. KENTUCKY. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office Lancaster, at Rainey's Livery Stable. -- -- Kentucky rBuy Gold MecM- The Sure Growing Kind FiQia SEEDS Burthem from your local teed dealer. If be can't supply you. write us direct. 2nd and Mala LOUISVILLE SEED CO Loulevme, Ky. FIELD SEEDS. I have a full line of high-gra- Field Seeds which I am offering at very attrac- tive prices If interested, ask for samples and prices. W. Bush Nelson, Lexington. Kentucky. ilaMMaWaMaWsWasl STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruitand Shade Trees Our flrst offering of the remarkable Mammouth Pearl Potato Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. H.F.IIillenmeyer 1SU. & Sons. 1915 Lexington, Kentucky, SUBSCRIBE FOR LOUISVILLE TOBACCO INCOiroiATID WAREHOUSE CO., Louisville, Kentucky The Centra,! Ilecovd 1000 Pony Coupons given with every subscription, New or Old. CASTORIA For Infants and Children In U Signature) For Ovtr 30 Years of Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Men 25, 1915. Why go Shopping Elsewhere for Your Easter Suit It's Here at--- J. E.. DI6KERSON'SReady-To-Wea- r We have the greatest assortment of Spring Suits that you will find any where. No matter what Style you desire, what Fabric or color, we can show you a Suit at the very price you want to pay. WE ALSO HAVE STYLISH NECKWEAR NOVELTIES IN ANY THING YOU MAY DESIRE. In ly stylish Spring Skirts, we can show you the Latest Models. They are especialdesigned for all kinds of figures. Choose this store to supply your wants. J. E. DiCKERSON. LOW PRICES ARE OUR BEST ATTRACTIONS. KNOWN SOUTHERN VERGE OF WOMAN ON The Central Record INCORPORATED. Get 1000 votes with every, subscriber new or old. Uncle Rastus was sitting in his home For Sale or Trade:-On- e 22 Remington TO GET TANLAC reading n newspaper when he suddenly J 1.00 a year. repeating rifle. Shoots shorts, longs Issued Weekly. I I and extra longs, good as new. Apply Hope Every Woman Suffering As Was Cooper Besieged With Callers Who Want glanced up and addressed Aunt Dinah. "Ihabdesread in his yah papah, this office. J. . ROBINSON. Editor. Will Try Andes' Declares Mrs. Famous Medicine. Dinah, "he remarked, "dat dem peoR.L. ELKIN. Local Editor nnil Mgr. ple what lly in dem llvin' machines Hoskins. EXCHANGE, kin do nnything what h bird kin." Entered it the I'oit office In Lane.iter, Kj Louisville, March 25, Hundreds Mall Matter. f f coud-ClThe W. C. T. U will have an ex- Tremendous Demand For New Prepara"Yes, sah," was the prompt reare now calling almost, daily to meet change at Haseldens store, Saturday L. T. Cooper, the noted visitor, and joinder of Aunt Dinah, "dey hnb jes Member Kentucky Press Association tion. got dat t'ing down so line ddtder hain't morning. Everything good to eat at j and to find out just how his famous medilow prices. no bird what hai got nnything on 'em." Eighth District Publishers League. cine, Tanlac, is sold, how it is pre"Am dat so?" reflectively returned Mrs. W. II. Hoskin or 512 Market pared and what the preparation Uncle Rastus. "Will, whenevah yo' (!) street, Chattanooga, Tenn., made this actually looks like. OLD VIOLIN. Lancaster, Ky., March 25, 1915. one ob dem fly in machines men statement about Andes, the prepara In commenting upon the rush to see Ben Moran, son of Geo. Moran of tion that is accomplishing such remarlv meet Mr. Cooper and obtain his cele- settin' fast asleep holdin on to de limb ob a tree wid one foot jes yo' call me Rates For Political Announcements this city, owns a "stradireorius" violin rble results here; brated medicine, the manager of the ter come an' tak a look." For years I have been in n rundown Taylor-Isaac- s For Precinct and Citv Offices ...$ 6.X) made in 173G that he is every proud of. store, said: !!i 10.00 This instiment is in good condition and condition, nervous, weak und dizzy. I "or County Offices "The success of the opening of the was actually so nervous that any sud introductory sale of Tanlac exceeded DAR'S For State and District Offices.... 15.00 we presume is very valnable. LAN". 10 den noise or excitement would produce our expectation. We For Calls, per line have been agreeWill Kaltembacker has this to say in .10 a palpitation of my heart that frighten- ably surprised by the knowledge the For Cards, per line WELL PLEASED. yesterday's Louisville Times: ed me. I had nervous headaches and public seems to have For all publications In the interof the preparaH. C. Carpenter the Maxwell dealer From the unrestrained talk going on when they came on it seemed as a tight tion. While many came just to meet est of individuals or expreshas sold to Mr. T. W. Jones the Lincoln band was sion of individual viewB, per drawn around my head. I Mr. Cooper and see what the medicine there is "trouole in de Ian' " with the Co., stock buyer and Mrs. Jones a 5 "slate makers." Some of 10 line shudder when I think of these sick really looked like, equally as many passenger touring car. Mrs. Jones 05 Obituaries, per line headaches. Mv stomach was weak. I came prepared to obtain the prepara those who have lor years been regardsays she finds the Maxwell the easiest could not digest the lightest kinds of tion. These people simply asked for ed as "cos" in the "machine" now car to drive. say that there is mutiny and open food, any food of solid nature caused Tanlac, and the facility with which in the camp, and they employ POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS nausea and sickening sensation remain- the medicine was distributed through-- ) such terms as "treachery" and "double-cross- " WANTED ed for hours. My misery was almost out The Central Record is authorized to day proved somewhat of a the lo.expreis their opinion of their announce the following candidates for For Garrard County a salesman with unbearable, my sleep was sever sound, revelation t0 many of our oUer m(!n... erstwhile colleagues and the crowd and I felt tired and worn out all the! Mr Cooper gaid. .., in(lrwl , office, subject to the Democratic some knowledge of automobile supplies. Bm with which they trained so long. As a primary, August 7th, 1915. To earn from $4.00 a day up selling time, my condition was deplorable one. Kratlfie(i t0 Bee guch marked enlhuj. result the "cat is being let out of the nouung i nave usea neipeu mi ai an. iasm, and I feel justified In predicting purchasing contracts. References re FOR GOVERNOR. bag" in last year's senatorial race, quired. Write Kentucky Auto Supplies I was on the verge of giving up in des- that Tanlac will prove just as suc- and there have been some interesting Hon. A. O. S.tanley. pair when a neighbor pleaded with me cessful in Louisville Company, 508 S. Third Street, Louic- a? it has in the side lighU on the various deals that FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. I larger cities. I do not believe to try Andes' Great Prescription. that I Yille, Kentucky." purchased a bottle and began to im- am overestimating the success of the figured in that contest. They are also C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. prove oon as I had finished a bottle. I median when I state that I am conn- - saying that the "'machine" l meeting Chas. C. Fox, of Boyle county. SELLS MONUMENT. have now used four bottles, my nervous dent that from three to five thousand with many rebuffs in its efTort to get FOR COMMONWEALTH'S support for "slate" program, the most ! people will call and obtain Tanlac frequent Mr. Harry Jacobs, the monument ness and dizziness has disappeared ATTORNEY. answer being "nothingdoing" I My headache has gone and my dur!nc .1.1. weet. man, of Stanford, was here Wednesday E. V. Puryear, of Bovle county. from heretofore ardent supporters of strength is returning every day. My and closed a contract with Mr. R, T. Mr Cooper was asked about the R. W. Keenon, of Mercer county. digestion has improved charitable work he intended to per-- J the "organization." J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county. Embry, for a large Milford, N. H. appetite and much better in every form in LoUjavjle. He replied: "Yes' granite monument, to be placed on the and I am so FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. is the it ia true that 1 have wriUen the Asso- -' Andes' Prescription family lot in the cemetery ai this place way. V. B. Mason. for his father, the late Mr. S. F. only medicine that has ever really ciated charities asking that organiza-helpe- d V. A. Doty. me. I hope every poor worn- - tion t0 furnjsn me a, t00n B9 prac. , Embry. FOR SHERIFF. an suffering as I was will try it. ticable, with the names and addresses , (By Wm. F. Miller.) hundreds of other men and women who of at east flfty ot tne mo3t deserving G. T. Ballard. Jr. A TREAT FOR CONTESTANTS Mrs. Kellogg visited our school Friare suuenng wun similar compiainis poor families of your city, whom I FOR REPRESENTATIVE. The following invitation has been are now testifying to the marvelous propo3u l0 i,ejp. j nove also written day morning and gave several of her H. Clay KaulTman. mailed to each contestant in the Pony merits of Andes' Great ".....w... at. uosepn s urpnans Home, oucring favorite pieces. contest and a treat is in store for all The demand for the medicine is tre- certain contributions. Last Friday ended, another successI shall comI am a candidats for County Court those who accept. mendous all over Kentucky. They are municate with similar institutions ful school month. This makes the Clerk to succeed J. W. Hamilton the sold in Lancaster by the McRobeits within a few days with the view of seventh's month worn. "You are invited by the r- -i Merchants of the pony contest present Clerk. Drug Store. endorsing their noble efforts by assistThe Exhibit will be from 3 to4oclock to attend the matinee at the I have accepted The Chief deputies ing them in some substantial way. next Friday afternoon. The parent Rex Theater, Saturday afternoon, appointment in the office in order to March 27th., at 2:30 o'clock "In conformity with my usual cus- are urged to visit our school and see GARRARD COUNTY MAN acquaint mvself with the duties of Present this card at window and receive tom of encouraging the hospitals. I the display. Clerk and having fitted myself to take 1000 votes free. A special program make 3i,e:ial concessions with SEES SEVEN MEN KILLED IN GEORGIA Through an error of the School Notes the examination required by law, I has been arranged for your entertainrelerence to supplying such institu-TOWansa Amanda Anderson s room was ment." sincerely ask and solicit your support. tions of your city with Tanlac, as I omitted from the list of the rooms E. M. Walker. the preparation a superior which received the hour oil last Friday. j consider : f convalescence " LEASES HOTEL. Mr. Eugene Sutton, a former Gar-- 1 tonic in a11 On the account of Mrs. J. J. Kellogg Railroad Commissioner. rard county boy and a brother of Mrs. I The famous medicine, Tanlac. can being at our school Friday morning and 0: Mr. Charles Renner, who has been We are authorized to announce now ue bought in Lancaster only at conducting part of the exercises. Miss .0 Kengarlan hotel for J. E. Dickerson, had quite a harrowing R- - E. Mcltoberta drug store. JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown, stopping at the Moiriss room was put off until in the several months and is a brother of Mrs. experience in Brunswick Ga.. a few Nelson County, as a canditate for the morning (Friday.) All are invited. R. Zimmer, has leased the Newtonian weeks ago. It was at this place where Democratic nomination for Railroad charge, Monroe Phillips killed six people and The following were Friday morning Commissioner from the Second Dis- hotel at Somerset and has taken visitor), at our school. Mr. and Mrs. Renner we know was in turn killed by one of thecitizens. LARGE CROWD, Mrs. C. II. primary election to be held trict; the Mr. Sutton had un oflice in the buildwill conduct a hotel that the Somerset Prather. .Mrs. F. M. Tinder. Mrs. Saturday August 7th., 1915. ing in which the shooting began and people will be proud of, as they have LITTLE DOING. Emma Higginbotham, Mis. M. L. He only escaped by a mere miracle. Caneer and "Baby Sister", Mrs. J. W. . Ask for coupons in the Pony Contest. had quite a little experience in this above caption tells ubout all rhat Sweeney, and Mrs. Wm. unwilling witness to the who)' The line in the Last where they have lived was an Lackey and ' Million Dollar Mys-tsr- y for several years. We wish to com tragedy being hidden behind a post to was done here last Monday, it being See the "Twenty visitor. it Roman's Opera House, Friday mond Mr. and Mrs. Renner to the escape the bullets from the enraged county court day. The crowd was all Tomorrow evening (Friday) at the e? Night Youll enjoy It. good people of Somerset und bespeak man. He saw seven men killed and ' that could be expected on such a day. Schoul Building the pupils of the school Mr Sut - tor It was a typical March one, and wounded. about twenty-fiv- e for them a Jiberal patronage-- i PAINT LICK GLEE CLUB. will have on exhibition, consisting of ton is to be congratulated upon his every line of trading was exceedingly maps and Literary work. Miss RobinThe Paint Lick Dramatic and Glee dull. Uwlng to the strict cattlo quarescape. narrow Mor-ris- s antine, which is being enforced to the son's Domestic Science und Miss Club will give one of their delightful BEAfHEY KILLED. Manual Training classes will also was absolutely no cattle Friday letter, there entertainments at Kirksville have some of the work they have been Die th'wMBius or people who saw A few evening of this week. Prof. Water-bur- y Beachev'jwiform m to be seen in, or near town. COURT OF APPEALS. doing this year. The patrons of the his death-defyin- g of the Paint Lick school has some mules changed hands at low prices, alflights at Kentucky State Fair in To Pass On Consolidated School Case school are cordially invited to attend splendid programs which has been given though quite a number were for sale, ran couiu not but wonthis exhibition. this winter and we know that those Louisville last there were practically na buyers. Mr. Today. der at the nerve of the man and marFollowing is the Honor Roll for month who attend the one at Kirksville toW. B. Burton purchased a mule of J, vel at the fact that he had lived through morrow, Friday night, will be highly The suit in the Garrard Circuit Court II. Perkins for $92.50, ono of Dan Ray ending last Friday. Miss Anderson's many such perilous ehibitions. That The program of this entertained. over the collection of the taxes in the for $125 and one of Charlie Thompson room; Henderson Bogie, Mittie Dunn, he would be killed eventually waa Linda Jennings, comedy and musical appears on the Buena Vista Consolidated School Dis- for $125. Frank Arnold sold a nice one Elizabeth Dudley. prediction heard from many tongues page 8, of this Issue. , trict was heard by Judge Hardin last to Lee Palmer for $170. There was no Lettie Jennings, Elsie Lackey, Lucille and no gift of prophecy was necessary Thursday, and after csnslderable arguStapp and Edith Moore. demand for horses at any price. PARENT OF GRADUATES. to the making of such a forecrst. Miss Smith's room; Mildred Beazley, ment by the attorneys for both sides it He is gone, but he will not be for James Siler, Lillian Broaddus, Elgin was agteed that the temporary injuncAt the invitation of Prof. Caneer, Glee Club of Transylvan- Broaddus, Mary Owsley, Bernice gradu gotten soon by those who have shud tion should remain until today, March the parents of the twenty-tw- o as they watched him in his reck Champ, Mary Davis, Clay Miller, Clay25, 1915, when the case will be heard by ates at the high school this year, met I dered Concert, Oips. Jives and somersault, in his ton Morrow, Nelle Itigsby, George Court of Appeals at Frankfort. at the school building last Friday BnJ le fragile flying machine thousands of the only way voices. ,i i. Swinebroad. that the case could be The UUUI nu juuitiuuij .prill, . H UVI1KUHUI with The parents agreed to taken at this time to the Court of Ap- Soloist and side peals was by a continuation of the inthe graduates and teachers and to tee ' At school junction, and in order to get the case that lessons were well prepared ai.d)THP RYPNF OPTiPAI u i iuiu vi at Tuesday March heard by the Court of Appeals the inthat at least four nights out of each junction was by agreement of parties week were spent at home in preparing on p. m. VICE. continued. The case will be argued tothem. at McRoberts Drug Offers you the latest styles in Spec day in the Courts of Appeals by Col. The class Is the (argoit that has ever graduated from the school here, they tacles and Eyeglasses, at the lowest E. H. Gaither and It. II. Tomlioson at- Store, tn-just as good in quality as quantity possible price. Will remain in Lancas torneys for the plaintiff, and County Will Relieve Your Indigestion and Lancaster Is proud of the whole ter, until April 3rd. Office at Kengar Attorney, G. C. Walker and J. E. B. E. McRoberts lan Hotel Parlor. Robinson, attorneys for the defendants. bunch. .il WELL HUNDREDS RUSH CALL ME. D1SPAIR I I 1 I ONE MILLION PEOPLE IN THE i .0 1 Sunday Schoolsgf Kentucky APRIL 25, 1915. , i There is n Sunday School near you. It is the best place in the world to spend nn hour. But don't take our word for it. Try it for yourself. KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. I (!) i ' TROUbTedE sac in e WESTERN UNION. NIGHT LETTER 31 SCHOOL NOTES. Detroit. Mich., March 27, 1915 RECEIVED AT STANFORD. H. C. CARPENTER. Stanford, Ky. Maxwell wins first and second In Western Automobile Classy Race at Venice, California today, defeating practically same flield participating In recent Grand Prize and Vanderbilt Cup Races. Master Driver, Harney Oldfleld drove winning Maxwell without stopping or changing gear during entire race. h Hilly Carlson drove second money Maxwell, only stopping once. Seven sc cands for oil. Oldfleld averaged 71 miles an hour, which was faster than both Grand Prize and Vanderbilt races. Ruckatahl, in Mercer, was third. Signed MAXWELL MOTOR CO. The same men, the same money and the tame materials responsible for Maxwell making a (world's record) non stop run for the third time, insure the splendid success of your Maxwell. Maxwell design and engineering methods are superior. You remember Carlson took a stock Maxwell '25' und established it new record in climbing Mt. Wilson. Cal., bettering the previous record by 12 minutes. "Talk With the Maxwell Man Today." 300-mil- e Sure-Fms300-mil- e H.C.Carpenter,Stanford,Ky. r.r.U KUAII Uii ii lb A MA.Wr.I,I. nUAI). iMi ii ii rLil ;gK1xx ;0XxxX0(o:$ oxov';!?.; 0 FERTILIZER If you want the Best Tobacco and Potato grown See I n ij w f I BAILEY & MOSS. I A0M):?) x!'; ? mxii);xmv:5 .,., ia University superb farce. niu iivnu iun 8 20 Quartet, splitting auditorium 30th, Reserved serts Hi J. . RICHMOND, lY. sale 50c geernal admis. slon, adults 35c, children under 14, 25c. Dyspepsia Tablets A TRAINING SCHOOL POR TBACHURS rnunes leading to Klimciitary, Intermediate and Ufo Halo Ctrtltirates. Valid In all Public Bchools of Ken-tiiiklal Courses and Review t'our.es. Tuition I ree to ApKlntiei. Two splendid dormitories, new niixlft school, ncv manual triinlrifibuUdinir, practice school, department ot apiculture, le wrll ciulpped Kynmailmii. Domestic. Bcience. Vint Term begins Heptemter 7. Beioiid Term November 10, Third Term January SJ. I'oiirth Term April 6, Bummer School opens June II. Catalogs Ire., j, . cilllHK, IWJr.t. 41' The 7 Central Record, Thursday .. Mch 25 1915. Page 5 mmtmtmt.mtmtM Mntinnmmm IMPORTANT! Wearing We wish to notify the people of Garrard and surrounding counties that we are showing the most remarkable value in Ladies Apparel that has ever been shown in Lancaster. t Your Attention Shoes, Carpets, Corcalled to our various departments Ladies Ready-to-wea- r, sets, Novelty Woolens and Wash Goods of all descriptions. Every department is comIs plete. Weearnestly solicit your business, and a look before buyingwill be highly appreciated. i House of Courteous Treatment. The Joseph Mercantile Carlton Elkin is enjoying n visit to relatives in the city of Atlanta. Miss Jonn Mount left Wednesday for v a visit to friends n ML Sterling. v-Dr. It, P. Walter has been in Waynsburg practicing his profession. nd A HrWf Mention of the Comings Reverand J, W. Ilengle was called Goingi LyThoie Wt Art Inttrctttd In. to Ilutler by the death of his mother. Mr. Ed I'rice was a visitor of his sister Mrs. S. I'. Grant in Danville last Miss Jennie Duncan is in Stanford Tussday, visiting her sister, Mrs. Charlotte WarHon. Charles C. Fox. of Danville, ren waa with his daughter, Mrs. J. RockMiss Lena Ilright and nephew Gayle well Smith Monday. I Doty, have been In Stanford visiting Young Homer Illand of this place Mrs. W. II. I'orter. had the misfortune to fall from a loft Mrs. J. II. I'nxton, of Stanford, was and break nn arm. the guest on Friday of her mother, Mrs. Samuel Hardin of London was Mrs. Jane Robinson. the guest for several davs of Mrs. Mm. S. 1'. Grant, of Danville, was Emmn Higginbotham. here for a visit of several days with Judge Jennings Grecnleaf of RichMr. and Mrs. Ed I'rice. mond was the recent guest of his aunt, Mr. James Knds, of Hamilton Ohio, Mrs. Emma Kautfman. was called here by the death of his Jesse II. Arnold, of Frankfort was father Mr. Dudley Ends. ailed here by the critical illness of his Miss Sue Fisher Uespess has return- father Mr, W. A. Arnold. ed from a short visit to her aunt, Mrs. Mrs. Emma Higginbotham has gone Jesse Walden of Danville. to Junction City to spend a week with Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Eason of Salvisa her sister, Mrs. S. I'. Iiurke. were called here to the bedside of their The many friends ct Mis. G. Rright cousin, Mrs. John Williams. Swinebroad will regret to hear she has Mrs. F. S. Hughes, and little son, been quite sick of erysipelas. Sauflev Jr., have returned from a visit Mrs. Charles W. Anderson and little to Mrs. I'ercy Noland of Louisville. son returned Tuesday from a visit to Miss Mabel Claire Arnold, of 1'atis, Mrs. Jesse tValden of Danville guest of was the attractive week-enMrs. Tom Ballard, who has been her grandmother, Mrs. lielle Austin. very ill of pneumonia, is better, much Mrs. Ed I'rice and guest Mrs. S. I. tu the gratification of her friends. Grant of Danville, were in Stanford Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lvons and daughlust week to see Dr. and Mrs. . S. ter Hazel motored to Frankfort TuesI'rices. day in their new car to see their son. Mrs. Wm. It. Cook is at home after Mr. Tracy, representing the Smith a pleasant visit to Mesdames Ernest Kasson Co, of Cincinnati, was a guest Sprague and Theodore Wintersmith of at the Kengarlan Monday and Tuesday. Co, I Good Merchandise, Efficient Service. QIVEIN WITH EVERY PURCHASE. PONY COUPONS Mrs. J. W. Landram, of Harlan is visiting her fa'.her R. A. Ilurnside and family. Misses Emma and Ora Estridge nnd Miss Docla Mctcalf, three of Paint Lick's charming young ladies, paid this office a pleasant call last Saturday. Mr. J. W. Muselwhite, an extensive peach grower of Reynolds, Ga. is visit ing Mr. W, R. Cook and. Incidentally, looking after the "Peach, crop of Lan caster. The Musical American, one of th loremost magazines published in New York City has the following to say of a girl of whom we are justly proud: "Charles N. Granville, widely known as a concert baratone and also as a teacher of singing, presented Miss Jo Hord Frank soprano, on Friday evening of last week. Miss Frank cored in an air from Goring, Thomas's "Nadeshda", and in songs by Schumann, Urahrrs, Harris, Spross and Drown, proving herself on artistic interpreter. This charming young lady is quite and addition to the musicel world of New Yor k and we predict for her a successful career in her chosen profession." Army Mules Wanted. I want to buy some pack mules, 14 to 14) hands, and some artillery mules 15J to 16 hands high, from 5 to 10 years old. W. H. Burton, Lancaster, Ky. Headquarters for Genuine OLIVER, SYRACUSE AND JOHN DEERE Gossip About People The Womans Club Ur 1 I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, J FOR RENT:-1and stable. 0 D L(Kllted TheWoranCliibi Steel Plows, best plows made, jno. Deere and Oliver Sulky Plows VULCAN PLOWS at Cost. Ten additional prizes $5. each, given by Ihe Lancaster Merchants Association in the Automobilo Contest. oT room I J. E. Mount, Son & Co. Spring is fast approaching, and the Womrns Club hopes to keep up its record in a civic and altruistic way by calling attention to a cleaning up day, planting flower seed on unsightly plots and by a fly and rat campaign. Every yard, lawn, vacant lot and side walk should receive attention when the first warm days arrive. Everyone should get busy. houe, garden W. C. Davis. foot extension table. Theo Currey. For Sale Cheap:-Fuset oak dining room furniture. Mrs. W. 11. Mason, tf. Sale;-8 ll For Wo give tickets for the Automobile on every one dollir purchase. Mrs. Rella Arnold Francis want to trade a good Strange to say, we hear no talk at Wanted:-W- e this season of the year of swatting the work horse for a long shaft break cart. Lancaster Lumber Co. fly, when it is the season of all seasons, to get in the best work by swatting Wanted. the breeding places. The campaign last year was a signal success, but it Good second hand hemp brakes, must not be supposed that the tlv has Chas. W. Caldwell, lost his most distinguishing characteDanville, Ky. risticthe ability to come back. He will be back. Even now he is cvolut-ik- g in his own peculiar way, and when the first warm bright days come to herald the springtime, the fly will come too. He is as inevitable as the tax collector. The question is: Will we be ready to receive him? As matters stand now, if we can judge by the s'raws in the wind, the home guard will be well mobilized to resist the invasion, for the civic department of tho wemans club is going after the tly which means hat a horde of him vaster than the army that Hannibal took across tne Alps will be slain this summer, but even this does not mean the llv will be eradicated for when this horde is killed there will be another horde advancing of equal propSingle Comb White Leghorn S. C. Eggs. IS AT HAND. White Leghorn stock from Prize Winners at all shows. Eggs for sale $1.00 per 15 or $5.00 per 100. J. For Sale. A 1 M. Mount. Everything in rrrroaa !ninili.(n, 1 0ft v . Carpets, Mattings, Druggets, Furniture. We give free coupons for the Automobile. only been used two seasons and is in good condition. Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Phone 324-- 13 d FARM FOR SALE. Louisville. Miss Elizabeth Uryant of Uryants-vill-iwas thu guest on Saturday of Mrs J, C. Kobinsou and attended the milli- Harry Anderson Phone No. 5. nery openings. Mis. J. D. Hatcher, of Lancaster, and MUs Emma Tudlock, of Danville, are Milting Miss Lenal'rathirinLrjis-Vlll- e the dast week. Miss Kelle England, o( Atlanta, who hns been in Lexington visiting relative is ugain with her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. Mr. Walton Romans, who was called I jEj '2i PAINT YUUK CAK YUUKoUr . r. enure tic m 7C IP Thousands of No einerienca neeiled. car owner have successfully repainted cars with the ARSENAL SYSTEM. AH colors. H Si jrii Enamtl Your Own Lamps With Liquid Gun Metal. here by the serious illness of his sister, Mr?. John Williams, has returned to r3 bis home in Decatur III, Ira Miss Ida Mae Hurte of Lowell, left last week for nn extended visit to relatives in Creensburg, Ind, Hamilton, Ohio, and 1'itUburg, l'u. Mr. Dudley Ends, of Humilton, Ohio, who was hero for a visit to his niece1 Mrs, Frank Spratt, died after a short illness of pneumonia, age 42 yours. m Lustre undiimned by heat, slays on. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Information has been Mr. A. R. Denny who Creek Mich., is showing much to the gratification Misses Martha and received that is at llattlc improvement of his friends. Gill en- Helen 0 tertained a. an elaborute o'clock din- THE QUEEN Saturday in compliment to Mits ife! ner 1'utsy Kinnuird's vUitors from Hamilton College. Frank Miller u farmer of this county, and Miss Tulitha Bell, daughter ot Henry Hell of Stanford were united in matriage, thu christian minister Rev. D. M. Walker otllciating. Miss Ida May Rourno has returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs, Shirley Holtzclaw near Stanford. Miss ilourno was the honor guest t a progressive flinch party while with Mrs. Holtzclaw. I .if! I ffi OF THE Kitchen will tell you that it Is just as essential to nave uuuu uoai as u is to have good things to cook with in preparing a meal. We guarantee a fnJl ton of good coal at a fair price. Mr Lancaster Lumber & Man'f g Go The name of a former Lancaster youth, James 0. Hemphill, appears in thu list of dancers who will participate in the I'ierrot dance to be given in Louisville in April for the benefit of the Uusinees Woman's Club. A card fron Mrs. A. R. Moore from Savannah Ga., where Ilro. Moore now has charge of a church, states that James has charge of a church at Ga. James was a small lad when ho left Lancaster, but we all remember htm, and learn of hia work with interest. Farm containing 90 acres, three miles north of Lancaster on the Lexington pike, well improved with good stock barn and all necessary out buildings, with never failing springs and splendid young orchard in full bearing. The ortions-Lord Kitchner will put a new army residence contains ten rooms, with bath and other modern conveniences. This of 1,000,000 men in the field on May 1, has been mostly in grass for the past but this great organization would look like a squad of section bends in comMrs. Harold Oldham of Richmond, 14 years and is now ready to grow parison with the fly crop of 1915 if Sixty-fivhemp or tobacco. acres in arrived jesterdav for a short stay with Musca Domtstica could be metamorher parents. Judge ami Mrs. C. A. bluegrass, the balance in clover and phosed into the bulk of a man. meadow. The desirable location, ferArnold. Let no one repose under the delusion tility of the soil, makes this a most Miss I'atsy Anderson entertained a desirable home. For further particu- that the fly can be wiped out at a sinmutineu party at the Rex Theater com- lars, apply to gle swatting or in a single summer. plimentary to Misses Williams, Wilson, Alex West, Lancaster Ky. Eternal vigilance is the watchword. Thurston and Young. Swat eaily and often Swot the deb3 ris, the stables, the vaults and the Elder F. M. Tinder will fill his pulpit cans. Begin now Sunday, after an absence of two weeks SESSION OF MISSIONARY garbage be so many flies to and there will not catch in in Birmingham, where he has been the fly traps. visiting his brother. SOCIETY. w Mrs. A. II. Rice of Richmond. Ind., The Womans Home and Foreign MisThe last club meeting was conducted will arrive soon foravisit tohermother sionary Society of Transylvania Pres- by Miss Joan Mount, assisted by Miss Mrs. II. A. II. Marksbury, and sister, bytery, held an all day session in the Sallie Elkin and Mrs. Buckner Spindle' Mrs. II. Clay Sutton. Presbyterian church Tuesday. Mrs. J. Miss Elkin gave a delightful talk on Mesdames W. II. .Mason, W. 1L Q. A. McDowell, of Danville conducted Turner as a man also showing reproCook and G. D. Robinson Misses Si the opening devotional exercises. Mr?. ductions ot his most noted pictures. Shelby Mason and Nancy Walxer were K. C. Gaines delivered the address of Miss Mount took up the life and works visiturs in Danville Tuesday. welcome, while Mrs. J. M. Dal ton, of of Gainsborough which she handled in an Later information is that Mr. A. R. Harrodsburg, the capable president of admirable way. Mrs. Spindle talked Denny, and daughter Mrs. Mattie this district, responded in a bright and of her visit to the National gallery und Duncan have left llattlc Creek, Mich., happy way. The morning session was her impression of the pictures under devoted iargely to reports of secretar- discussion, which she had seen there. and will reach Lancaster Friday. ies and committees, while the after Mrs. John Bhuckclford and little ton noon session was given over largely, to Quite a number of women have re- -, Richmond Miss L. J. Cooper, a returned missionhave returned from a visit to ceived invitations to attend an exhibit relatives and are with Mrs. Shackel- ary from Sium. A good audience undoriental rugs tobe held in ford's mother, Mrs. II. C. Kaulfman. greeted Miss Cooper and all sat spell of paintings the Elks Club rooms at Danville bound as this ''koldier of the cross" re- j The Chautauqua Circle met luesday and tomorrow. The Danville members afternoon with Misses Marthu and lated her experiences and told of the of the league of art and crafts extends Helen Gill. The lesson dealt witli needs of another land. it cordial invitation to all. The exhibi An invitation wis given and accepted ' 'Trades Union" nnd "Labor Problems. ' ' tion belongs to C. F. Brower and Co., to meet in Danville for the Fall session. the same exhibit he bus promised us in The following attractive students of At the close of the meeting the fol- the fall. Our women are disappointed Hamilton College were guests from lowing resolutions were adopted. we connot have It now, but Mr. Brower Friday until Monday of Miss Patsy We, The Ladies of Transylvania will be impossible at this time. Kinnaird, Mistes Mury Clay Williams, Presbytery desire to express to the writes it Tulsa, Oklahoma, Stella Thurston, and Ladies of the Presbyterian church and ' The Womans Club wishes to thank Marion Wilson. to the people of Lancaster who contriMr. Hurry Anderson for two beautiful Miss Martha Tinder will go Friday as buted to our comfort, our appreciation pictures, beautifully framed. The way a delegate to the Dirtrict Christian and thanks for the delightful enter- these pictures are framed proves Mr. which meets in tainment and cordial welcome, which Anderson Endeavor Convention an expert at the business. they extended to us. Nicholusvllle. i Mrs. Margaret Pearson Misses Lida Ruiney and Charlie ElCommittee ! Mrs. Angle L. Iiosley more are also delegates. ( Miss Elizabeth Armstrong People Ask Us t What Is the best laxative? Years of The delegates and out of town visitMrs. Angie Bosley, of Danville, who experience in selling all kinds leads us was here for the Convention, remained ors who attended this meeting were: to always recommend Mrs. J. Q. A. McDowell. Mrs. Iiosover several days for a visit, being the guest of Mesdames James II. Kinnaird, ley, Miss Mary Helm, Mis. C. R. Anderson, Miss E. Haruisonof Danville, J. C. Robinson and other relatives. the safest, surest and most tatuf noMrs. Dalton, Mrs. W. L. Currey, Mrs. tary, fcukl only by lu, 10 ccat j. Isaac Pearson, Mrs. Allen of Harrods-burMrs. Elizabeth lleagle died at her R. C. McRobsrts Misses Kemberly and Armstrong home In Ilutler, Ky., after a brief illness of pneumonia, ago 78 years. of I'arksville, Misses Rose McCliord, She is survived by four children, 2 Walden and Lytton of Mt- - Vernon, and "Runaway June," is shown Bona, one being Reverend J. W. lleagle Mrs. J. W. Landram of Harlan, and, Much the following visitors Miss Kstelle Wal- at Roman's Opera House each Monday of this city, and 2 daughters. sympathy ia extended Mr. lleagle In ker of Paint Lick and Mrs Pattie Night See it. the irreparable loss of his good mother. Engleman of Colorado. e to-d- SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORN EGGS from healthy farm range, winter layers. Fifteen forCOcentsone hundred for $3.00 CASH. Erie C. Farra, Lancaster, Ky. Box, 272. Some Real Bargains. havo two good Wheeler & Wilson Tailor Sewing Machine, suit of furniture and an Organ that I will sell cheap. W. C. Davis. 1 5 1- -2 percl-Money- -5 1- -2 per ct. 5 Years 5 Loans made on rec! estate. If you need cheaper money on Icing time, see me about it. G. B. Swinebroad, Lancaster, Ky. . SWEET CLOVER. The great new fertilizer and land-build- er equal to alfalfa in hay and pasture. Write for price list of seed and "Free Circular" telling how to grow it. JOHN A. SHEEIIAN. R, D. 3, Falmouth, Ky. HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in High-Class Monuments. Original Designs and Prompt Service. Guaranteed Quality, at nil Granite and Mnrble Office and Works on Quarries. Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays Telephone 1C4. Stanford. Kentucky. jCadios: DELICIOUS WHILE IN LUNCHES DANVILLE may be obtained at the u SHOP PERFECT Corner Main and Third Streets Food prepared in our Luncheonette Department in a most careful and sanitary manner. Shop - SPorfeci lucorporatcd Kentucky. Dauville, - Page 6 The Central Record, Thursaay Mch 25, 1915. BUENA VISTA , Warm Days Not Married on St. Patrick's Day By LOUISE D. CUMMINGS POULTRY and EGGS RAISING CHICKENS. Far Ahead. winter lingers and while we may, we would like to show you that the So as MAXWELL will do more through mud and snow than any thing on wheels. If Interested call H.C. CARPENTER At Lincoln County National Bank. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. "EVERY ROAD IS A MAXWELL ROAD." Horse Season iBBBBi MliaHiw.BLafl0fek LET THE CENTRAL Print Your HORSE and JACK Cards. wrm RECORD ..v j.. . . 51 High-Clas- s Work at Reasonable Prices PEDIGREE WORK 'A SPECIALTY.' Satisfaction Guaranteed. - - THE - - F.tding and C.r. From Incubator Until Turned on Rang.. Utile chicks should not have any thing to eat for nt least thirty-nihours nfter leaving the shell. The reason for these hours of starvation I that the yolk Is absorbed by the chick Immediately before It breaks out every year. of the shell, nnd must be allowed Kathleen O'ltourko nnd Patrick plenty of time to digest nnd pass met nt n hall on the crentug of through the bowels before any foreign St, 1'atrlck's tiny, nnd t'at Imd asked ubstnnco Is Introduced. In removing little chicks from tho tier to dance with hltn many tlineo. Afterward be Invited her to go to a Incubator to the brooder they should moving picture show with hltn. From be gradually hardened to the outside that time forward they were together when not at work, nnd It was evident they were about to make n match. Hut l'at hnd a mother to supiwrt. and Kathleen, who was an orphan. was n mother to a little brother nnd n sister. So they couldn't marry until they hnd laid up something. They both worked In the same factory, and each lived In n house built on the premises by the company to bo used for homes for Its employees. So the saw n great deal of each other. They agreed that when their wedding occurred It should take place on the nn nlversnry of their meeting, which was the evening before St. Patrick's day. When this llrst anniversary came around l'at hnd saved (00, and Ivntu-leehad saved $;), and they decided thnt If they did as well the next year they would be married the evening before SL Patrick's day. On the first of the year they counted up their savlugs and Interest nnd concluded thnt with their nest egg they might be mnrrled and have enough for themselves nnd those deiendent upon Not testing- - .ers In an Incubator theui. Kathleen IhiurIu whnt clothemeans loss. Eggs may be Infertile one rot may kill all embryos or the she would need to Inst a year nfter her poisoned air may weaken aerm. marriage, aud In due time the banns and cause chick, dead In .hell or were publhbcd In church. Finding It neaken hatch. A thermdmeter bulb resting on a rot or Infertile Rive, a Inconvenient to be married on the very false standard for live eeca with day they hnd planned. March 111, they natural heat, and thu. the machine set their wedding day for the IStb. run. too hlffh and .pott, the hatch. This was partly because Pat was one of the committee of arrangements for the St. Patrick's day parade nnd wns to nlr by slightly opening the lucubator door, writes N. L. Harris, Kansas Agrl lead his society on that occasion. When the hour came for the wed- cultural college. In the Kansas Parmer. ding Pat did not appear. Kathleen, If hardened In this way there will bo dressed In her bridal apparel, waited little danger of chilling the chicks In for htm with n wildly beating heart removing them from the one machine lest something had happened to him. to the other. Hard boiled eggs ground shell and She went to the door a dozen times to look for him and anally stationed her- all and mixed with Ave times ns much self at n window where she could look rolled oats as egg makes a most satis up the street on which the workmen's factory first feed. A small amount only should be given, scattered on a cottages were built. Presently she saw Owen MacTavlah clean board. This can usually be accoming. MacTavlsh was known to complished by tapping gently on the every one connected with the plant ns board with tho fluger nail. Imitating the company's bad news breaker, and the mother ben nnd setting the partimany a woman's heart beat quick cles of feed In motion so that the to when she saw him approaching her chicks see them. A feed even more my liking Is to take the yolk of n raw house. Kathleen no sooner saw him egg and stir In rolled oats till It Is a coming than she fancied he would stop crumbly mass. I llko to at her home to tell her that Pat hnd dry, tho first week. Over this feed this I sprtn for been killed. Itefore be reached the kle a little chick grit, pulverized l door she had fallen In a swoon. and granulated I sine. If possible Now, MacTavlsh did not stop at the I feed soar milk from the first and O'ltourke cottage nnd was unconsclom plenty of clean, fresh water always. that he bad frightened a girl there Into Gradually nfter the first day I add finea swoon. Kathleen was picked up bv ly cracked wheat nod com or Kaffir. her friends, who had gathered to at- Twice dally feed In a shallow trough tend her to the church for the wed- all that will be consumed In twenty ding. When she came to herself sh? minutes of n dry mash composed by looked about, dreading to see the lr.iu weight as follows: Bran, two parts: news breaker, but he was not there. cornmeal. one part, and after the sec"Is be gone?" she asked. ond week One beef scrap, "Who gone?" part I Ond little chicks do not relish ".MacTavlsh." shorts. "He hasn't been here." The ration suggested above Is not "And Pat ln'f dead?" changed until the chicks go out on the "Nobody's heard of hit telng dead." range, when the masb may be hopper "Thanks to to God." fed. the cracked crnin being scattered Hut Pat did not appear, and no ene near the coops for the first feed each neemed to have nny news of him. i morning. At noon n wet mnsh. the Word was sent to the company's n'JIr same as the dry. may be fed ndrantn no Information geotisty, especially during the very hot to Inquire for him. but wns elicited. weather, and at night another feed of grain where It can 1st easllr Kathleen for nwhlle gave herself to grief. She w;ih uncertain whether found nnd plenty of It Put had met with fnnl pljy or whefb Personallr I do not III;- the method er he had deserted her. It wouM lia. of hopper feeding for th IliM eight by some been easier for the (mor girl If she h i ' weeks ns Is recommended One Is very successful poultrymen known which of the two suppiI'l n va correct, for It would have relieve i likely to neglect his dirties, and there knowledge of the Is not the Intimate her somewhat of tiNpon'e. When St. Patrick's day In the morn- flock such as Is gained h feeding from up her the hand. ing came round Kathleen made mini! that her loer hud deserted her Milk For Egg Production. and with true Irish grit declared thai Experiments carried out at the New there were ns good Oh In the en as ever were inuglit. Tin n the chlldrri. Jersey experiment station have xhown risked her to fake them to fee the that the use ot sour mill; will Increase not that she egg production as mut as .is per cent parade, and shei onseiiti-wished to do so. but that she did nor over birds of the- same- kind aud age who dhl not receive sour milk. When care t disapiioliit hern, They wen all stamllrr? in n ktoop feeding sklmmllk eatv should be taken where tney could ce the parade over to keep the vet.se! clean and sweet. An the heads of others, ami the soHetlii nbiindaift supply of sharp, coarse grit, vere moving past when who nhouil as well ns ground oyster shell, should appear uiarvhlmr at the head of one of be kept before the birds constantly. them but l'at. He saw Kathleen, bnf Tho grit aids digestion nnd the oyster she gave hltn a withering look and shell furnLsbes carbonate of lime for turned her bai l: to him. Itelliiipilshlnu the eggshell. The tloor of the poultry the command to another, he left th house should be rovered to n depth ot from eight to ten Inches with n good ranks nnd Joined her. ThU was I'at's explanation of his coarse straw litter, which should be conduct: An accident hnd occurred et kept clean and dry. This litter will a mine owned by the company some furnish exercise for tho Wrds. miles nway, and u rescue party wa leaving on a train. Put was ordered Managing the Incubator. aboard and. Instead of being married, In the use of Incubators and broodout burled ers one must strictly follow the direcwns engaged In digging miners. Ho returned on the morning tions of the manufacturer. As the Inof St. Patrick's day only In time to structions for operating vnry sometake his place In the pantile. what with different machines, no speIt required some time to placate the cific directions can l given covering ma'deu, for she thought Pat might all points. In general, fill the lamp have at least sent her word ns to what dally and keep the wick clean. After had happened, hut the fact that he hnd testing the eggs on tho seventh day. been the meant of saving the Uvea of turn them twice and cool them once a n number or miners finally induced day until the eighteenth day. Do not her to forslve hltn and go with hint open nfter that mill! the batch Is that nfternoon to the church. x n There Is no calling Hint would seem to cause so tiincli milTerliitf from sympathy .ns n person employed In 11 manufactory or on a railroad tu break the new to nn uiorutlt'n family Hint tin tin Iktii killed. Where there are a IflfKe number iif employees there U usually pucIi n person, for there Is n certain percentage of workmen killed ' Sevetnl from here attended court In Lancaster Monday, Air. and Mrs. "Jack" Scott were shoppers in Danville Saturday. Miss Lucy Jennings and brother were lr Nlcholnsvlllc Saturday shopping. Miss Klla Clark of Lexington is ex pected this week to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrt. Will Jennings of I.nn caster have bren guests of relatives. Mr. Geo. II nr no It of Hurgjn wn with his son Mr. Herman Harnett and lam ily part of last week. Mr. Wm. Asklns left Inst week for Kansas City Mo, after .pending some time here with his parents. Mr. Clarence Lane who has been vis iting his mother for several weeks has returned to his home in Ludlow. Rev. Reagan of Nicholaaville filled his regular appointment at Hrown's Chapel Sunday morning and evening, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams motored from Louisville and were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sm alley, Stop! thonsnmls nnd Look! Listen! Tlicy nrc shipping horses nnd mules out of our country by the Is seems to me the bjst time in the world to rniso nil we cnn. Old Black Joe, Young Napo and Silver Silk will make the season 1915 at Ben Ham's barn, Hyattsville, Ky. OLD BLACK JOE blnck Jnck, over 15 hnndi, extra heavy body nnd Inrge A bone nnd hns proven to be nn excellent breeder. The Illrst mule thnt he sired, sold for $90 00 ensh. at weaning time. Any Jnck thnt will sire n mule thnt sold for $90.00, Inst fnll. deserves the patrounge of tho county. YOUNG NAPO NINA Farmers nre hustling around plowing and burning tobacco beds. Mr. Karl Ixing was the guest of hij brother Jesse Long Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Long visited Mr, nnd Mrs. Dave I.ong Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Anderson vis ited her parents at Hnckley Saturday and Sunday. Miss Ula 1'rewitt entertained a uum ber of young folks Monday night. All reHrled a nice time. Uro. Ilairil filled his regular appointment at Freedom chuich Saturday evening and Sunday morning. Misses Dicy and Flora Adkison and Mrs. Jesse Long spent Wednesday with their sister Mrs. Dave Prewitt. Mr. and Mrs. John Layton and niece's Misses Mary and Annie I.avtun were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stevie Lavton Monday. Mrs. Kice Isogan and family, and Miss Mary I!. Hardin and Mr. Kverett Sebastian spent Sunday with (!. II. Adkison and family. The monthly meeting will begin again at Bethel church the third Saturday night. Sunday and Sunday night. It was called o(T the last two months on account of bad weather. Let every one come and take part. This Is n coining three thnt bids fnlr to make n splendid Jnck. He Is by Nupoleon 3rd., the largest Jnck thnt I hnve ever seen nnd out of n John Morgan Jennet. He will be permitted to sene n limited number of mures. SILVER SILK A fl inch pony, beautifully marked with white nnd black, nnd large enough to bo useful not the play thing size. He is u grand son of Dock Grey and out of nn excellent pony mare They will each stnnd nt n $8.00 to Insure A Living Colt. - S. II. ALDRIDGE, LANCASTER, KY A Lien retained on nil col's until season is paid and the season is due from the mnu who bred mnre if parted without our consent. Very careful, but not responsible for accidents. E. B. HAH, HYATTSVILLE. Duke I'EDlGItKE-Duke Of Denmark, A Jr This richly bred Saddle Stallion will make the season of 19IG at my stable on the Cuckeye pike, nbout 2 mlcs from Lancaster. Ky,, at the low price of $8.00 TO INSURE LIVING COLT. THE CIGARETTE LAW. char-coa- The last legislature passed an act regulating the sale of cigarettes to boys under eighteen. This is one of those measures that needs to have hack of it an aggressive public opinion. It is the regulation of personal habits; it is the exercise by the State of the police power for the purpose-o- f preventing temptations being thrown in the path of the young and the unsuspecting, the State owes a duty to the children to protect them from commercialized temptation. The police authorities have no option in the matter. The Legislature acts and the authorities are required to enforce is decrees. of Denmark, Jr., by Duke of Garrard, he by the old Duke of.Denmark. First dam of Duke of Garrard, the House mare, she sired by old lllack Squirrel. First dam of Duke of Denmark, Jr., Anne Kelt by Wallace Denmark, and out of Lady Morgan, by old Stonewall Jackson. The Duke is a beautiful rich red bay stallion, 10 years old and has proven See him beto be a sure foal producer and a line breeder of combined hones. fore youlbreed. Iein retained on all colts for searon money. Care taken tn prevent cidenls but not responsible should any occur. c- CLARENCE BEAZLEY. BLEUCHER 46158. 1905. Record 229J. Trial 2:141. Half llrother to Iila WsttV(2 2:271. Trotter. Drown Stallion, about 15 hands, foaled Stsml.nl Kegistcrcd Vol 18. ( That is what a lot of people tell tu.' Usually their bowels only need cleansing. T Don't Feel Good" . to to Hit. o 3 CJ i:ls sir..! Wily Muik Hh.wbnr 33r4, M.s'Wlw HrtHlk 3 !"-- a. Hrovl IK". KkoH Urook 1:(TV Uutr Jlt).rte. Cl.ra -- II. m of itUr J. US n.llbrnok Xrrln Kraiu. will do tho trict and mate you feel fine. Wo know this positively. Take one tonight. Sail only by oa, 10 cents. R. E. McRob.rt. i:S W.actwr . Itrook h.ff ir. 3rr. out of t !.! w.lil 11) HIIfrI 5 ! Site of W, il.m.etM. D.lk NUhl 3J, tr uf 31. tne s.rrh-- f Noonil.y llfl.l Jiu'v Hrl.tilllthl Bf Si f'.lmatrt. llrr.t HriMvl U.i.. li1.. Ii.ik Wllk. ( H.try rl.f is. I . . Jenny Slrr ot l.ft.mi ut V t Nnrwn.td Hrll lirr.1 troot m.r. II r Norooo.l 5W. II. roll Wllkr. 1:1. Uuku jiii; Hlrrol 13 ln3:lo..ie. sir. ill llieuil. loilrf, (Jutm Kth.l. I r'triin Hf Ntr.inmor. Id, o.lllr IHIIe HI J.lS. ll.tn ot Hump 1.ev tlltrr Milk III i Manrlrn (91 l.lfi'i Hn.lr N. I3i vie i Wllkf. mii...k.,1 nVkl.i.tM. ! Hlrrof i:rl Mlkf.J1li, bii II ci.r Cl.jr It. Hl.lrr la Kllrtilf J.unrIt.rpT li. !lr,x,k 1:14, c'Uf Iif cl.r IS. Sll.ni P.m i.ntr HIi.',.I'm.ui3 '31'). :ir J.H',,olllriMlr-Cl.j-f HrtMik l) ,l.m ot Alrjon. MI. :J7 rlr ir. :.. 3 - ! - I Silent Brook 1971.9. 2:ir.,. sire of Hilly Ilurk 2:031. Meadow llrook 2:061. Hetty llrook 2:09, Kmma llrook 2:09. Lady my Shawbav 2:071. Zarrine Hellhrook 2J0, flutter llrook 2:10J Silent IlriKade (2) 2:10J, Margaret lUthnate attble at Marksbury, Ky., at (4) 2:11K etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07. etc. His dam, Jenny a Living Colt Clay, also produced Iteddie Clay 2:2f, and was grandam of True 2.-2-! . Hrenda Moko 2lt57, sire of Kereno 2ixi winner Kentucky Garrard IVavine, CTXJ. is a fine in (Futurity Native Uelle (2) dividual, good style and action. Sired Yorke (3) 2:081. (Futurity winner) (5) filly, ) Manrico (S) 2:071 (Futurity winby Ilex Feuvimi 1731, grand sire, Hex winner.) (.'!) 2:0i'4 (chr mpionll-year-ol- d Susie N. (3) 2:001 (Futurity winner,) Gomoko 2:10, McDonald 8X& 1st dam Gordo Lady ner.) Silver Silk (4) C33tt. she by Cerro Gordo 1022, he by Mobel 2:101, Mochester 2:101, Momaster 2:11, Siliko )3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc. Sired dams of Tho Harvester a:ui (cliampion trottinir stallion.) Vilo (I) lllack Squirrel 5if. liiWi. Martha Tipton (4) 2:001. O'Neil (3) 2:13. etc. llrother to Hump 2:031, 2:10. etc. Baton last quarter in ltleucher 4U15S, record 21'1. trial mile 2:14, naif in brown horse, nnd will weiwli UUO und. He will also at the same time and place 32 seconds, is u handsome seal KTvatly resemblefl his good sire Silent llrook Hnd is out of Cluyo, by the ureal make th season of 1915 at Futurity sire Moko. a Living Cdlt to Foreign demand marked the exhauttlon of foreign supply and we may ex Trv Vine bv Ilex I'envine 1790. 1st pect tho call for our horses to continue long after the war is over. Our advice dam Guilty 99.r0, 2nd dam Illue Streak to mare owners is to breed their mares and to breed them to stallions of merit 4hKS, by Curtis Peuvine. by I'eavino 85. and proven worth as sires. Hleucher is just the type to produce the colts that His colts have proven line, with nice heud and neck These are both combined horses and will supply the demand. und conformation. the best in the country, being of the and plenty of bone This great trotting htallinn will make thu season of 111 IS at my stable in same breeding as the famous show horses, Edna Mae, Hazel Dawn. Jack Lancaster. Kentucky, at Will make the season of 1915 GARRARD PEAVINE at ',,rlr. $15. tolnsure TRY VINE Insure l. $15. Straw, Etc. I will also at the same time und place stand my big Jack, $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. JOHN MORGAN, JR.. 3705 at $10.00 to inBUte a living colt. John Morgan, Jr., was sired by John Morgan he by Marmaduke and lie has ed Jennet, great mule Jack, is good bone and a fine Barlowe I will also stand this beautiful Shet out of an Import- land Stallion for the season of l'JIG at proven to be a Ky., at 15) hanjs high, my (table in Lancaster, individual. This Vote For Your Favorite in The CENTRAL RECORD Ky. PONY CONTEST 1000 Votes on every subscription, new or old. Jack was bred and raised by Thos. Hill $10.00 To lasure'A Living Colt. of Iluckeye. CHINA 1 hae a big type POLAND I am prepared to take care of mares BOAU that 1 will stand for $1.00 cash on grass at lOcts per day. Lien! re or $1.50 when booked. Lien retained on all colts for service tained on colts for service fee. fee. Care taken to prevent accidents Money due when mare is tradedjor parted with. Care, taken to prevent but not responsible should any occur, Money due when colt la foaled or mate parted with or brad to other stock accidents but not responsible should any occur. without permission. HARK GOINS. Markabury, - W. B. BURTON, Lancaster. Ky. Lancaster, Kentucky. ( Phone 95. ,v ' Children Cry for Fletcher's The Central Record, Thursday Men 25 1915. FOR SOUR STOMACH THE TALLEST FLAGPOLE A fitting aymbol of the mighty for est" of the West li Aatorin'a nKpo!(, the tallest in tho world, which floats tho Stars nnd Stripes 211 feet above tho Pnnamnd'aciflc Exposition aeawell nt tho corner of the Oregon building, says tho San Francisco Chronicle. The stick, for It is n single (tick of timber, Js actually 251 feet long, but ten feet of Its butt is embedded In a block of nolld concrete, which, without other stays, holds the pole upright against the wind. The pole wns shniied frors the trunk of n Douglas fir, whece, as it originally stool in tho Oregon forest, toweri d 117 feet in the nir, and might have matched In height though not in girth, against any but the loftiest of the California sitpjoias. Looking up at the great ilagslair it is hard to realize that It weighs upward of AC, tons, nnd that there is lumber enough in it to build five ordinary night-roohouses. Its great neight gives it an apiienrnnce of slcndernvss and lightnesi. Just to transport this ole and set it up, Kussell Ilnuklns and citizens of Aitorin spent nearly enough thousands of dollars to build several of the houses its Inmber might construct, 200-to- n a 2 vsrf Page 7 Recommends Chamberlain's Cough Nemedy Tlio Kind ou llnvo AlwnyH MongM, nnd ulitcli lin l.ccn in tiso lor over yearn, lias Ixirnolliu Mgimturo oC mul linn I'oon inndu under IiIh iiI srrf . fniprrvlxtoii hlnco lt Infancy. CtJCAiA! Allow no i loilecclvn you In till. AH ( iiutitcrfcltN, Imitation's iiimI )lro l)Ut Unit trl(li) Willi nnd iiliiiig-tlio liniltli ot InliiuU and Clillilreii-i;x;crU- nco ngnliuit KipcrituciiU :) iicr-koii- fyy. ".TumI-um-k.m- r Imrmle MiWIttito or Ciiilnr Oil, and Sootlilnir Hyrupt. KM It eoiit..Iii.t neltlier Opium, .Morplilno nor oilier Xiircotlo KUtistanee. lit ace Is lis gimriiiitrc. It "Worms) a nil allays IVwrMmem. Tor imiro llian thirty years lias lieen In c.iintnnt usi for (ho relief of C.'onxtlpiitlon,It I lalulene, Wind Colic, all Tectlilinr Troubles and JMiirrliivu. It rettulales tlio Slomarli nmt Itouels, iioxtnillates (ho I'ooil, v Injr lienltliy and iiadinil hIcvii. 'llio Cliililreu'H I'liiinciu-Tl- io aiothcr'ri I'rlcud. n. What is CASTORIA Cnlnrlu Drop Is plea-an- t. Pntf-Kor- lo, GENUINE CASTORIA Si Bears the Signature of ALWAYS TO HAVE BEAUTIFUL HAIR-N- O DANDRUFF. In Use For Over 30 Years Tho Kind You Have Always Bought imi rrNTAiin roMHANV mvwvomm ctry, HEADQUARTERS FOR Vulcan and Syracuse If your hair Is losirg color, too dry. brittle, thin, or the scalp itches, immediately begin the use of Parisian Sage. The first application stops itching head, removes all dandruff, invigorates the scalp, nnd beautifies your hair until it is solt, tlulfy and gloriously raiuani. Parisian Sage supplies all hair needs anil contains the exact elements needed to make it grow long, thick and beau tiful It is delicately ierfumed and not II. 10. Mcltobvrts. You will be delighted with this in vigorating toilet necessity for nothing else is so beneficial as Parisian Sage or so quickly gives the hair that enviable charm nnd fascination- - "I take pleasure in recommending Chamberlain's Cough Itemod to my customers because I have confidence in Use Mi and Get Immediate and Ef- it, t find that they are pleased with it and call for It when again In need of fective Relief. such n medicine," writes J. W. Sexson, Mo, For snle by all W hen you have heartburn, pains in Montevalln, the stomach, nnd taste undigested food, dealers. it a a sure sign your last inral is notdi gosling, but fermenting, causing pois A GRAVE SITUATION. onous c,hscs, sourness and ncid stomach Today America is in distress because Prompt and lasting relief lor any stomoch distress Is nsimpleinexiiensivu she has no supply of dvestulTs, no matter if you will only try the harmless abundance of wool. Yet England deMi prescription easily obtained clares that if we undertake to secure from it. K. McKoberts or any druggist. these materials of Germnnv she will is especially prepared to neu- stop our ships on the high seas and tralize excess acid and stop fermenta- confiscate their cargoes. Germany declares thut unless we can tion which surely sours your food, causinduce England to remove her embargo ing sick headache, dyspepsia, biliouson food, and restore the free list of the ness and bail dreams. not only corrects sour, acid, London Conference, Germuny cannot. nnd gassy stomach, but Improves the with the best Intention in the world. entire digestive system so that the give us the assurance to which, as a blood, nerves, muscles, and skin all re neutral, wo are entitled. The neutrality of the sea is u part of ceivc incienseil nourishment causing clear complexion, bright eyes nnd that the law of nations. It was considered as inviolate as tho neutrality of Bel delightful sensation of "feeling fit." Get some tablets tojav-- it gium itself. Yet today both of these nations, liv they do not banish every sign of indigestion they will not cost you a penny. ing by a new gospel of necessity, declare their purpose no longer to recognize it, bnt by their orders to make the 1915 GIRL wIlWEAR WIDE Atlantic "a closed sea." It is a grave situation which confronts SKIRTS AND TIGHT neutral nations, and in the interest of civilization these ' these Berlin decrees, must be abrogated. WAISTS. GAS OR INDIGESTION. a Mi-o-l, TV Another Message To the Business Men of Lancaster Business fights shy of dead towns. A sure sign of dead one Is the leek of local pride. People who live In live, prosperous town show it Their stoies are attractive, their streets clean, their homes are well painted. y Nothing shows a lack of pride, a lack of prosperity, like buildings. I. t's paint up. As the most durable and economical paint, we recommend Phoenix White Lead Trade (Dutch Hoy Pnlnter Mnrk) Have your painter tint it any color you wish. We carry all other paint necessaries also. Consult us on that Jab of palming you have in mind. Today's the day. C. C. & nd pure linseed oil, miied right on the job, to suit the job. J. E. Stormes. Druggists, Lancaster. PLOWS. Best Grade of THE CITY GUY. "I've got an idee. "said Farmer The l'JIG girl is going to be a com bination of tmllitarv l'Jl'i and the fi ills waist-lin- e and tight, and snug shoulders of 130. The military fail will be carried into supremacy far into the summer and the gown planned promise to be quaintly attractive in outline. Miss 1915 will have a wide, flaring short skirt, a little wider und a little shorter than now, and her bodice will be close fitting. The collars are new, too, und are placed on removable guimpea of net, chiffon, organdie nr lace, and button in front and are not nearly so as formerly They will be cut high with a flaring upper-edg- e arranged in pleats in the d close-fittin- g GERMANY'S BREAD DEFICIT. Diaw A Check back. From the Ilroadway slouch the new Ilrown, year will "It's purty expensive to liveintown. girl of thestride, and inadopt an erect this way the It' r nickel here and it's ten cents swinging rellection of the European war will be there. Fer you can't git 'round th'outpayin' seen in woman's dresj rather than in the cut, fabric and color. fare. dog-gon- e And a feller must dress purty Tobacco Cotton at 3cts See us for all kinds of Field or Grass Seeds. Becker, PHONE 27. - Ballard and Scott. BRY ANTSV1LLE. Kv - OHCANIXlUi .V.V.J. e Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTER. KY. Capital $50,000. II. F. HUDSON. Surplus $45,000. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. Jot: J. Walkkk. Jr.. Cashier. I W. O. r.tRNKV. A't President. Cash'r W. F. CHAMP. I over get the notion that the fates are nairiat fvou. Dame Fortune is not a fickle jade. If you pursue tier concientiously unci continuous, ly. yon will surely lie rewarded with success. of an absolutely reliable bank. You will need tlie MAY WE SEKVK YOU. DON'T W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Ollice Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 3U. Director and TS Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES liava mJe hit luma famous all over the United States and Canada. Compoied of Root,, Herb. Darks and Berrirt. For treatment of Human DUeaiet. Purtley's Indian Herb 45 Das' Treitment. . PaktfaJ.ak,eG) boy Liniment J bar, Jack's Cieme Soap. IVice ,100 25c I0. 2U ,O.L ON IALK AT DAKOTA JACK Nwthweitern Cobo Thi OHIOINATON C. C. & J. E. Stormts and R. E. McRoccrts. rURSUtt'S INDIAN Or HERBS cute. WHY IS LANCASTER FIRM? Fer he can't get by with a Because Its Citizens Have Learned The suit, And if he don't keep himself in trim, Truth. There aid't much business romin' to After reading ibis generous and enhim. couraging report from Mr. Austin, If n feller uin't dolled up purty stick He loses his case and he loses it quick. those who have the misfortune to suf He must wear a collar nnd tie, by gum, fer, as he did, will naturally long to Uut to get the get similar relief. Or they put him down for a same good as Mr. Austin had, you bum. He's got to have callin' cards printed. should get the same remedy. There are of course, other kidney pill the too. Fer that is the way the town folks do. same as Doan's. That is why Lancas He must look prosperous, that's the ter people demand the genuine. I, D. Austin. bincKsmith, Stanford eye, And the man that don't, never will Pike, Lancaster, Ky, says: "I had weak kidneys and the kidney secretions get by, My back For you can't make good with n busi were irregular in passage. pained me. Pills Doan's Kidney ness stunt Unlets you're there with a good strengthened me in every way." The above statement must carry con strong front. viction to the mind of tvery reader. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy CATAERH TROUBLE ak distinctly for Uoan's Kidney Pihs, the same that Mr. Austin had ENDED BY HYOHEI the remedy backed by home testimony. Co., ,'0c at all stores. An Inexpensive Easily Used and Most Props.. IlulTalo N. Y. Effective Remedy. "When Your Hack is Lame Hemen Surely try Hyoinei, nature'sharmless ber the Name." remedy for catarrh, colds, asthma, bron For the Stomach and Liver. chitis, or croup of children- -n treat "I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. ment thut is pleasant to use, and so certain of results that It. K. McUoberts writes: "1 have used Chamberlain's sells it on tho Tablets for disorders of the stomach plan. Hyomei is not a cure-al- l but a spe and liver nrT und on for the past five cillc for distressing cutnrrh and similar years, und it adonis me pleasure to ailments. You breathe Hyomei so thut state that I have found them to be just its antiseptic medication nt once reaches as represented. They are mild in tfteir tho irritated and diseased tissues, heal action and the results have been satis factory. I value them highly." For ing and soothing the sore sputa. (let a Hvomei outlit, which contains sale by all dealers. inhaler nnd bottle of liquid, ut once, COY Put twenty drops of Hyomei into the inhaler and breathe It a few times dur ing the day. There is no treatment so A. T. nnd J. I. Sanders sold to Win. satisfying for it instantly oiens the Preston u horse for tl'io. stopped-uair passages you breathe Phil McMilhan bought fiom Jim freely, the unclean discharges from tlx iloner one mule price 40. f nose stop, and dull headaches vanish-ev- en Mr. Clarence Mitchell of Florida is the worst cases rejpond quickly. the, guest of his sister Mrs. Win. Mol- erley. DON'T BE A CRAB. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Mc.Millinn irul son were visitors on Hebron Hulge last lloost unci the world boosts witli you, week. Knock und you're on tho shelf; Win. Clyde Sanders bought from For the world gets sick of one who'll Georgo Johnson of Nicholasville ahorse kick, for ilCO. Ar.d wishes he'd kick himself. Miss Catherine itourne of Lancaster world boosts with you. lloost and the was the week end guest of Miss Peach-i- t lloost when it starts to rain. Mui Sanders. If you happen to full, don't lie there Miss Albert Moberlv of Cottonburg and bawl, is the attractive visitor of Mrs. Abe Uut get up and boost ugain. Burton this week. To The Housewife. There will be preaching at Scotli Madam, if your husband is like most Fork Sunday, Let every one come out men he expects you to look after tho and hear" our new pastor. Mr. und Mrs. Henry Montgomery health of yourself and children. Coughs and colds are the most common of the and children spent Saturday night and minoi ailments and are most likely to Sunday with Mrs. Mary A. Sanders. A child is lead to serious diseases. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Mc.Mlllian and much more likely to contract diphtheria hundsuine son Holman Jr, were the or scarlet fever when it has a cold. If pleasant guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lotie you will Inquire into the merits of the Itaney, Sunday, various remedies that are recommended fur coughs and colds you will find A Food end Ncrvo Tonic that Chamberlain's Cough lEemedy lifter .t'vrcc,..iredbyoMnee. We stands high In the estimation of people ,lv, jjiv, licicnd who use it. It is prompt and effectual, pleasant and safe to take, which are qualities especially to be desired when CVAldtStkf it h pOAtff UI a medicine is intended for children. For OS on Ideal romliiuation for this purpose. R. E. McRobtrts lm, ale by all dealers. ten-ceFoster-.Milbu- I'cef and Pork in Germany have been for many years extremely scarce, and on reliable authority, as the German press witness, horse, not to say dog, has been as popular n vianed as tho chicken or the calf. This year, how ever, there is also a bread shortage. The protective policy which regulates Germany's importing business has not redounded to the comfort of what Hebel proudly styled "t h e proletariat aristocracy." The potato famine in Ireland with all Its fearful and melancholy incidents finds nt present some parallel in the wheat famine of Germany's overpopulated kingdoms and provinces. The empire of Kaiser William can not feed its people excepting by means of costly importations from tho far Eastern and Western Even the finest harvests of worlds. Westphalia and Bavaria fail to fill the mouths of the teeming millions that hold the land saved for them by the Wo learn from The valor of Arminius. Continental Correspondence (Berlin) this condition of things is keeping the country poor. According toGoldsmith. "There was a time, ere England's ills began, When every rood of land maintained its for the money you ov r and note how much more your creditors re- gard you. They like to do business with a man who lias an account nt the Garrard Bank & Trust Go. 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. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company FEED INTERNATIONAL Stock Food This is the season when it is man." At present in Germany every rood of land does not maintain its man. Best Treatment for Constipation. most needed. "My daughter used Chamberlain's Tablets for constipation with good re sults and I can recommend them highly" writes Paul U. Iiabin. llrushly, La. For sale by all dealers. Statement Of The Ownership, Manage McEoberts Drug1 Store ment, Circulation, Etc., Required by The Act Of August 24, Visit Don't miss the wonderful opportunity for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c -- 1912. weeklv 1st 1915. Of The Central Kecord published at Lancaster. Kv., for April E. Hobinson. H. L. Elkin, It. L. Elkin. The Central Kecord, Incor Editor, J. Munaging Editor, Business Managers, i. Publisher, porated. Owners: (If a corporation, give its name and the names and addresses of stockholders holding 1 per cent or mre of total amount of stock. If not a cor poration, givo names nnd addresses of individual owners.) J. E Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. Frances C. Itobinson, Lancaster, Ky. Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders, holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds. mortgages, or other securities: (If there ure none, so state.) None. Exposition San Francisco San Diego Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via Panama California Exposition iJ Southern Railway Premier Carrier of the South For full information, see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway or wiite B. II. TodJ, District Passenger Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville, Kv. p Averjge number of copies of each Issue uf this publication sold or distributed, through the'mnils or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six months preceding the date shown above. (This information is required from dully newspapers only.) It. L. Elkin. Sworn to and subscribed before me W. 0. day of March 1915. this (My Commis Higney, Notary Public. sion expires February 9, 1918. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and sec the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. is low In first cost, but its greatest economy is In the after-coof operation. No extrava-Jun- t upkeep charges no heavy tire and repair bills just the satisfying day after day ability to go anywhere, over any kind of roads in any kind of weather and get back again-l- ess than two cents a mile. More than seven hurdred thousand Ford owners are enjoying Ford service and experiencing the reality of Ford economy. Buyers of Ford cars will share in profits If we sell ut retuil 300,000 new Ford curs between August 1111 and August 1915. Runabout $140; Touring Car $490;lTown Car $C90; Coupcle' $750; Sedan $S75. f. o. b. Detroit with all equipment. On display and sale at st 1 THE MADISON - fa SEES T M 12 INCOKI'OKATKl) GARAGE, Richmond. Kentucky. Central Record. Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday Men 25 1915. This is the time of the year when most every one Is thinking of purchasing a New Vehicle. As we are equally interested we would like to call on you in person and talk the matter over. As this is impossible we are taking this means of reaching you. We are manufacturers of BUGGIES that are in a class to themselves, built absolutely different from any other buggy on the market. More merit, more strength, more durability than any other buggy manufactured today. We are willing to compare point to point with the best buggy in the country and leave the decision to you. We are truly proud of the success we have had in the buggy business, and at present time are using every means possible to show you that we have an article that is superior in quality, and the selling system we are using puts them out in cheapest possible manner to reach the trade. I have been in the buggy business for 15 years in Danville, never have I promised to save you from $25.00 to $50.00 on a job. In no case have we ever offered to sell you a good buggy for nothing, or for less than material cost. I have no desire to deceive you. One thing I wish to deeply Impress upon you is that we are selling an Honest Built Buggy at an Honest Price, Give You One Hundred Cents Worth for Every Dollar You Spend There Is no middle mans profits. When talking to our customers we refer them to'some users of Arnold's Buggies, usually some liveryman who has used the buggy several years, who will tell you of their highest standard quality. Most any buggy factory can build you a good buggy on paper, and from the description they give it seems as though they were of the best material and perfectly constructed. It certainly does sound good when you read about them. The price is exceedingly low, even lower than the stock can be bought for a good job, and guaranteed in some cases for two years. We never claim to save you from $25.00 to $50.00 a job, but we do save you in the first cost and in service. The question we would like to know if they are so good, what liveryman uses these buggies and what success he has had. If you would like to have the nddress of some of our livery customers we will gladly furnish same. All we nsk is to give us a chance Mote placing your sprint! order. We hnve the largest livery trade in tl.e stntc. This is our first year to build a $100.00 job; full leather top, cushions and back, leather trimmings throughout, Arnold's patent gear, Pinneo & Daniels Wheels, best Kelly rubier tires for the small sum of $100.00. We alio manufacture the buggies we have previously made at $115.00 and $125.00 in plain top, $125 00 and $135.00 in storm top, and the light buggy up as high as $150.00. We ninke a specialty of rubber tiring, trimming, painting and repairing. We want to assure you that we appreciate your past trade and solicit your future business. I R. M. ARNOLD, DANVILLE, KY. CONCERT BY PAINT LICK DRAMATIC AND GLEE CLUB Notice Bids Wanted. Kirksville High School JrMay, Tffarch 26th, 195. Bids will be received by the fiscal court of Garrard countv on April 6th 1915 for repairing the following torn 7:45 p. m. pikes in Garrard Countv Ky., for the year ending December 15th 1915. Chant: Lord's Prayer. Quarries will be famished by the Fantasy: "Virtue would gloriously and forever ahine by her own radiant coonfy on sections where the county light though sun and moon and stars were In the deep sea sunk, , owns quarries, where none is owned by tne county, contractor must iurnisn Piano. same. Said metal shall be broken suf Play: An Uncomfortable Predicament. ficiently fine to pass through ajtwo inch Said ring at its greatest diameter. CHARACTERS metal shall be spread by contractor beMr. Jones (Head of the Family) Mr. R. W. Estridge. tween Mrs. Jones (His wife) Miss Nell Rice. '.. October 15tk and Dett-A- er 15A, M'" Sallie Woods. Slvira Daughters I Fanny Miss 0ra Estridge, unless otherwise ordered by county road engineer having charge of work. Hezekiah Hopper (A Spark) Mr. Carlos Hedrick, The breaking, measuring and spreading Chorus: Hurrah for the Sleigh Hells of said metal shall be under supervision of county road engineer. Cornet Duet: Flow Gently, Sweet Afton," Said turnpikes are laid oft in sections R. G. Woods and G. L. Waterbury n District No. 1 as follows Chorus: My Mountain Home. No. 1. New Danville pike to dix rods of rock. Vocal Solo: "It's a Long Way to Tipperary" Mr. G. L. Waterburv. river with Section No. 2. Lexington pike- from Novelty Song; "Always Take a Girl Named Daisy." Lancaster to Fork Church with Piay: Two of a Kind. rods of rock. Section No. 3. Sugar Creek pike with CHARACTERS. rods of rock. Miss Ethel Estridge. Section No. 4. Buckeye pike from Mrs. Rebecca Rhubard reds of Mist Sallie Woods. Lancaster to McCreary with Miss Keturah Melon (Maiden Aunt) rock. . Miss Ora Estridge. Rhubard (Beautiful Young Lady.)... Miss Araminta Section No. 5, Old Danville pike to rods of rock. Mr. Carlos Hedrick. Bruce's bridge with Mr. Parsley Endive (A Mistaken Suitor) Section No. C Crab Orchard pike to Mr. Roy Estridge. Buckley (Keturah's Old Lover) Mr. Joshua Gilberts Creek bridge with rods of t; Sec-tio- rtp.ca balow tint lot iti. ieln ol our farmar.oh.flWr, and If for and ih .ale of .lock. giMtt miH luch thing on No. 7. TeatersviUe Jord to adrcr Bradshaw Mill pike from Teatersville farm aa the farmer Cannae atrt No nolle will " ac-ot.r roar rods of tlx. and .will b only In (wo Imom ol the to Paint Lick creek with lloaa. rock. free of chare. aroart. Section No. 8 from Klrksvilla- - pike to rock Section rods of rock. river with Section No 5. Kirksville pike from Hyattsville to top of West Hill with rods of rock. Section No. 6 from top of West Hill rods of to Madison County line with farmer's column ire u. EVERY . CHILD DREAMS OF SHETLAND PONY. OWNING A ti.tjt Nina with rods of rock. District No. 4. Section No. L Fair view church to Paint Lick station with rods of rock. Section No. 2. from double on Richmond pike to Cartersvillw with rods of gravel. Section No. 3. Fall Lick pika from Crab Orchard pike to Elmore's gate rods of rock. with Section No. 4. from Elmore's gale to end of pike with rods of rock. Section No. 5. Lowell and Gilliiple pike with rods of rock. Section No. C. Paint Lick and White Lick pike with rods of grave). Section No. 7. Point Leavell and Uoocb pike with rods of rock. Section No. 8. Walker Lane pike with - rods gravel. The bids will be on sections but. bid der will not bo restricted teoneaectlon. Said bids shall be sealed and. a. bond will be required for double the amount of the bid and Baid bond shall be ap proved by the fiscal court, and said biddr will present with his bid the name of his proposed surety or. sureties. The bidding shall be per rod. of 225 cubic feet and contractor will be required to comply with his. contract otherwise his bond will be declared forfeited. All bids must be filed with the County Judge on or beforo Artl 3rd 1915. The fiscal court reserves the right to reject anv und all bids. toll-gat- e hog,. weight about 80 V. A. Lear, Lancaster Ky, For Ssle Nine year old mare with mule colt, good work mare and rides well. H. E. Henry. Wanted: to 100 100 pounds. Jama It. Wrvwla I'nint IJrlr. some young mules to loan out. some good baled haV for sale. Sal:-Silve310-11- ., haa and r For Lace Wyandotte eggs. 5o cents for setting 0 15. Pliore Mrs. J. I!. Lawson, Lancaster, Ky. Mr. J. C. Criscillis, of Hyattsville has a nice short horn cow, with yoong calf he wishes to sell. For Rent;.pour rooms in dwelling of t responsible parties. I. It. Shepherd,. Paint Lick. Ky. Mrs. Vina McWhortor, ASK FOR COUPONS AND HELP MAKE THIS DREAM COME TRUE. Hall, Elisabeth Conn, Loudelle, Peace, J. O. Bogie, Jr. John "Red" Smith, Willi C Daniels, Leslie Sherruw, Clurenc K. Pure Brown Leghorn eggs, fifty cents a setting. Mrs. Fred' JU Cbrra. Route 1. very sick at his home near Bryantsville. Section No, 1. from Gilberts creek The contribution of Mt. Hebron Sun bridge to Lincoln County line with day School March 28th will be given rods of rock. Let Section No. 8. Stanford pike from Mrs. J. I. Crawford is quite sick at for Home and Forign Missions. every body contribute as the Lord hath Lancaster to Lincoln County line with this writing, rods of rock. Mr. Harrison Dean bought some corn prospered them. Section No. 9. Richmond pike from from B. A, Duncan at 13.00 bbl. rods Lancaster to Hyattsville with Mr. Chas Duncan sold to Mr. Dennle Scott some corn at $4.00 per barrel. are troubled with heartburn; gases and of rock. Section No. 10. from Hyattsville to distressed feeling after eating take a Mr. Elgan Montgomery bought of rods of rock. Fairview church with Mr. Anther Preston a horse price 100. District No. 2. Section No. 1' Lexing Mr. Isaac Naylor of Marksbury ton pike from Fork church to Dix river meal aod.you wQI bough: h rnilk cow from Mr. Harrison before and after eachSold only by us,2j and liryantsville with rods of rock. obtain. promQi relief. Dean price $45. Section No. 2. Lexington pike from R. E. MeRobsrts Bryantsville to Kentucky river bridge Miiies Iva and Eulala Montgomery rods of rock. with of Butna Vista were with their parents Section No. 3. liryantsville and Sugar at Loci No. B. last Monday. rods of rock. Creek pike with Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson are reSection No. 4. liryantsville and Cane ceiving congratulations over the arrival rods r.f rock. of a fine baby girl who arrived on the Of Fine Livery Outfit, Including Horses, Run pike with Section No. 5. Uuena Vista and ICinst. rods of Kentucky river pike with Vehicles, Ele. Mr. and Mrs. Auther Preston and rock. baby were w'th her aunt, Elishua Section No. C from C. K. Polndexter'a On county court day, In Danville Forkes at McCreary Saturday and rods Apr! 19, 1915, promptly at 10 o'clock, shop to I. M. Duin'a gate with Sunday. 1 will sell entire livery outflit, in- of rock. Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Montgomery and cluding District No. 3. Section No. 1. Buckeye all vehicles, horses and livery children were with her mother, Mrs. equipment of every kind, all to be pike from McCreary to Buckeye Post Mary A. Sanders at Coy from Saturday rods of rock. Office with sold separately and not as a whole. until Sunday. Section No, 2. Buckeye pike from Having a contract- to bdy war A fine baby boy put In its appearance mules, I find It impossible to continue Buckeye Post Office to Kentucky river at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison my livery business. rods of rock, ' 'tin with Dean on the 12 Inst. He has been Section No, 3 Poor Ridge pike from This is to be an absolute Bale, and christened Joe Harvey. will be conducted without reserve or Buckeye pike to Pleasant Hill school rods of rock. house with Mrs. Marlon Montgomery spent a by bid. Section No. 4, Poor Ridge pike from part of last week at tht bedside of her B. G. FOX, Danville, Ky. Pleasant Hill school house to Kentucky little brother Logan Coulter who is Cspt. T. D. English, Auctions er. rock. MT. HEBRON If Yotf Wi SALE! G. B. Swliiebroad wants to buy 60 stock shoats that wilt weigh about 100 boys anil girls have pounds each. expressed a desire fur the cny and For Sale:-- 3 good makh cows with cart and tuey or their friends have enbl calves, 1 Jersey and 2 short horn. tered' their name as contestants trcding with the different merchants Priced to sell. Phone-- 363 A. and businwst men, whose names appear 11. F. Robinson. below lids. be sure and get a couion R. L. Cox,. Paint Lick, has for sale and vote for your favorite. a 5 year old horse. 4 year old mare, Pear! CrutchuVd J. 1). Manuel Jr. good workers. 200 bales hay, 150 barrels V. A. Lear. Jr. Isabelle Terrill, J. O. Uogie, corn at crib. William Renner. Fannie Ymsley, Co. Road Engineer. 4 Good milk cow for aale. Fresh and a James Dorwin Seult, Hen Rankin, Mary Blanche Conn, Johnn! Vanhook. good miker. T. L. Yantis.. Baby Sister Caneer, Edwin. Kirk, TWILIGHT SLEEPERS. FOR SALEs-FiUbushels of picked William Kinbry, Chas. llastfn. Lyle Pruitt, A. T. Tray lor,. silage seed corn. Prances Grant, The 'twilight sleep' idea is a beauti Virginia Pearl Walker.Alevne Thomna. Stanford. Ky., R. F. D. No. 4. ful one. Anything that tends tun due Mamie V. Davis, Bessie Grant. pain and Buffering is to be welcomed. FOR.SALEThree good 3 year old Hut twilight sleep is nothing new in mules, two 4 year old horses, some Be ask this part of the country. We know of stock shouts and two good rnilk cows. some towns thai are in a chronic state J. II. Prewitt, of twilight slumber and tbey will never Marksbury. Kv. come to . Some of our own citizens. Uarred Plymoth Rock Egga for sale Itolit M Graves, A. B. Estridge, Gladys Conn, Allie Brummett, Nelson Conn, Elsie Brown, Hellene Perkins. Wilmoth Sutton. Henry Shelby Fish, Ruth Lane, Clinton Ruble, Carrie Sutton, Ewell Ida Sowder, Homer Moberly, Elisha Cheatham, Earl Ward Clark, Grace Fathergill, Raymond Cox. I.ucv V. Long, Duvid Hamilton, Margaret Doty, George Brown, Jane Brown, Elsie Clark. Harry Drown, Ethel Clarn Dudderar. J. Ouka. Jr. sure and for coupons at the following places. . PUBLIC mentioning no names, go about from day to day la a never ending twilight slumber. And looking over our list of delinquent subscribers makes us rise to Inquire what the doctors use to bring; the twilight sleepers out of the trancfe. Send us the formula, for there are a few subjects on that list whom we would like to awaken. Did we call them twilight sleepers? Suffering catsl The deepest, blackest midnight could not hecin to equal the darknoas and depth of their slumbers. For the Stomach and Lirer. at 60 cents per setting of 15 Mrs. J. E. Anderson, Thone 324-Point Leavell, Ky. The "Rex" Theater, Good Pictures and Good Music, E. C. Gaines, Nothing but Insurance. yellow Jersey cow from STOLEN:-my place, at J. L, Dozler, on March Any Information, 'will be ap 2nd. predated and rewarded. W. M. Pointer. R. E. McRoberts, Drugs and Faints. J. W. Smith, The House or Quality. Davidson and Doty, Groceries and Meats. Ready-To-We- Paint Lick, Ky. Mr. Sam Cotton has two good milk cows for sale, Mr. Jas. Leayell of Hryatitsvllle has 200 shocks of fodder to sell, or will feed it out to cattle. Joseph Mercantile Co, Dry Goods and Ganacats. ar Ladies - N. Stuart, West Webster, N. if., Mr. G. B. Sutton, who lives near writes: "I have used Chamberlain's Preachersvllle, has some good "Johnfor disorders of the stomach son County White" seed corn for sale. Tablets and liver off and on for the past five pair 3 year old mare For Sale:-Foyears, and It affords me pleasure to state that I have found them to be just mules, broken. If not told before, will as represented. They are mild In tbeir sell In Lancaster next County Court action and the results have been satis- day. For factory. 1 value them highly." J. A. Owens, Preachersvllle, Ky. Phone 374-R- . sale by all dealers. "I. Denny and Whtfler, Dental Surgeons. Haselden BroaIrcrythiagj in Hardware. Miss Minnie Browa, The Latest in Mili.aery. The Central Recprd, 1,000 votes with each Subscription, new or old.