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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 1, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915040101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 1, 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. Jr TWHNTT FIFTH TEAR. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RFJiIQWh, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOli GOVERNMENT LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL I, 1915. (Jet In . NUMBER 12. the pony contest. NEW SUBSTITUTE RURAL Ask for coupons In the Pony Contest. We Are In The Game Automobile Tickets for every cash purchase of dol-Inr Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Mr. William II. Cox has been ap Subscribe (or the Record and get pointed substitute rurnl mall carrier, and is seeing his Initial service during 1,(KK) votes on the pony' nnd cart. ' tec absence of Carlton Klkin on his anFor nil Magnzines see "Miss Dollv" nual leave. Mr. Cox Is performing his Country (Jentleman now $1.00 n year. 'duties in n manner very satisfactory to the patrons of Ihe route See the "Twenty MilHon Dollar Mys Itomnn'H Opera House, Friday tery nt TIME TO SWA? Night. You'll enjoy It. hut The ground hog li not only a coward n linr. CARRIER. Are vnn cmiricr fn hnv an (1 AUTOMOBILE? If you are, buy from your home dealer; they will take 1 care of you and sell you for the same money. i This picture is a counterfeit present This Grant. young lady Is anxious lor the pony and cart. She is a country girl living just the right distance from town to enjoy it. She savs she can not only ride nnd drive but take care of one. The sup. port of her friends is earnestly solicited. Itiie Cuttelry, Axes, Mattox, Garden The remnrknhla adventures of the sharmlng Zudora will be seen again to morrow night nt ltotnnns. How big, how wonderful, how truly remarkable the stupendous 15 week sirialr entitled. "The Hlack Uox" can only he determined by seeing It. THE FLY IS NOW. During a few warm days any rubbish heap tn or out of the dwelling becomes n hatchery for myriads of young flies not only to be condemned as n nuisance but exterminated utterly. If possible, when we consider that they may nnd often do carry Into the hcusehold the disease germs of Infantile paralysis and typhoid fever nnd no food In the house is safe from their attack. Rakes and Hoes. 3 WAGONS, BUGGIES, HARNESS, Plows, Cultivators. Cutting Hnrrows, Drng llnrrows, Corn Planters nntl Gns Engines. Wire Fence. Poultry Fence nnd Poultry Netting. Roofing Guttering. Plumbing nnd nil kinds of Tin Work. Tickets given on old nnd new accounts Window Snsli, Window Gliiss, Doors, Paints and Oils. CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS WE GIVE Automobile n 8 TV Tickets $1.00 to for all cash purchases. A choice line of Shapes from $5.00 All Colors. I I fe iV and graceful In every Margarcte Snow has won the heart of every movie enthusiast. Itunawny Juno promises to be equally as captivating. Elaine's exploits are truly nerve CITY WINS IMPORTANT racking. It is a Brent mystery story, played by great actors. The Saturday LAW SUIT, matinees are very popular with this as When the Lancaster Water Plant dne of the attractions. waq improved a few years ago the conAgain we say to the contestants that tract to build the filter was awarded to we are playing no favorites and will be the Greer Filter Co, of Pittsburg Pa. glad to publish their pictures nnd give This concern contracted with Philip them a short write up if they will Monahan to do the concrete work on furnish the cut. You know wo believe the filter. After this plant was built the city found that it was not accord It pnvs to ing to contract and proceeded to build Miss Sallie Kikin will have on exhibl another that would meet the needs of tlon, Friday and Snturday, at Ander the city, and refused to accept th son's furniture store, an Easter display oreer plant. .Monahan sued the city Shu would like to take and undertook to of china. assert a Mechanics pre- lien orders for graduating nnd bridal against the City's water plant. sents, if she hasn't what you want now. Upon the trial of the case the court de Who knows the queer workings of cided that the plant was worthless and the nebular hypothesis of a right tn gave judgment in favor of the city. The taxpayers snve about $500.00 in anglar substance when It comes in con tact with nn aluminum body enroute winning the suit, which money can be Stranger things thnn these used in repairing the streets. Monahan V? south. happen every night ut the picture was represented in the suit by Judge Jennings Greenleaf of Richmond and shows. the city by J. E. Robinson, city attor ney. EXCHANGE. lively of face movement. m'nt of Mis OVERLAND Fully equipped. CARS $850.00 as Good. None Better-Fe- w HASELDEN BROS. 7t T1 a irony if t l given on an casn sales ucKets Jf 3L The ladies, of the Ilaptist Church will have an exchange ut . II. Kail a WOMEN'S FIGHT STIRS NATION. We have the right prices. a Give us grocery store the Saturday before Kaster. They will have everything good to eat. Let them do your baking. GARDEN SEED FREE. Senator Ollie M. James has sent a imall wairon load of garden seed to this office, which we will gladly distrib ute to the people of the county, with the Senators compliments. Call at once and get a package. TO LOVERS OF BIRDS. Don't kill the hungry bird in your field and orchard until you know what It is after," the Club warns the farmer and insists; "Birds must be studied so that Agriculturists may know and protect from destruction those birds which are of service to them, and detect and drive away those which do damage." WEEK-O- F G. M. LYONS This handsome little boy is J. 0, Rogie, Jr. J. O.'s strongest support ers are his little friends, whose devo tion to him is indeed beautiful. Al though J. O. is lame he says he is not making the race on that issue as he wants the pony just like the other boys and girls, to enjoy and to take all his friends out riding. call. & 9frs Stella jirnold dwancis. vc anv fc;c acq jt3"wi vp--- ; TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS A number of Ice Plants over the country hnve found after careful examination of their books that it cost them Tt about 10 per cent to charge and collect their retail Ice accounts. As n result they nrc 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 unwnranted loss, we have decided to do likewise. However, we do not expect to udd this 10 per i:cnt to our profits: but will reduce our prices accordingly, sons to give the benefit of the saving to our patrons. PRAYER. self- - Therefore beginning March 15th, 19 5 we will conduct our entire retail business strictly for cash and the following reductions 1 The annual week of prayer and denial was observed by the C. W. II. .M. this week. This season of prayer Is a spiritual uplift which no woman of the nxilary should miss. Tomorrow (Fri offering day) aftarnoon the Thank boxes will be opened. Let the offerings be rich with the spirit of prayer LANCASTER and sacrifice. Interest in the fight which the women of Kentucky are waging ngainst Illiteracy Is extending far beyond the state s borders. Letters ard messages of inquiry and encouragement are com' ing to the office of Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart from every state in the union. Mrs. Stewart's explanation of the work being done in the now famous "moon light schools," in the recent meeting of the Kentucky Press Association, is serving to heighten interest over the country. Campaigns are being waged In all the cities and towns of Ky , but Lancaster has been very slow to take hold of this work. How many persons an: there living in and near Lancaster who would like to attend a night school? If you know of those who want to learn to read enough to persue letters, and to be able to read them, and to glimpse in books and papers, the world from which they have been shut out, willyia not enlist their attention and have them register at the Record Office. For those who really are in earnest and want to learn the "three It's" this advantage awaits them. GOES AFTER BUSY CASH STORE. few dollars on a Suit Is economy, when you can buy false Trying" to save a HIRSH -- WICKWIRE COMPANY'S IMPROVEMENT FOR CITY STREETS. CLOTHES of the higher order for a fair price. You are invited to Inspect these dignified At a call meeting of the Council Monday night it was decided to do con siderable street work in this city dur ing the nej t few weeks, and the street committee was directed 'to purchase twenty cars of crushed stone from Mt. Vernon and the .work will begin at once. garments, whether a purchase is Intended or not. G. 1 M. LANCASTER. - LYONS. KENTUCKY. ir ii n ii i Vaudeville at Lancaster Opera House this week. THE DIXIE HIGHWAY. STANLEY LEADING FOR NOMINATION. Tom Cromwell ees the man in the lead of his opponents for the Democratic nomination for Govern or and writes his views. He saa in Sundays Cincinnati Enquirer in part; otwithstuiiuiug the absenceof for mer Congresirjian A. O, Stanley, who is earning the big end of his cainpuign fund by the t.vtat of his brow and the eloquence of i ii tongue in the lndianu election cases ut luuianapoln, tie ap pears to have .ujt of loyal boosters who are Iookiti utter his interests as regards the nomination fer governor. One of these .uo uropped in from Louisville yesteruy exhibited a clip ping from the Gram County News in which it was related no.v S.jnljy had will be made on Ice Coupon Books. 400 lb Book, 1000 lb Book, Old Price Old Price $2.50 less 10 ptr etnl, $5.00 less 10 per cent, New Price New Price $225 $4.50 2000 lb Book, Old Price $9.00 less 10 per cent, New Price $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. BASTIN, Secretary. II. V. BASTIN, President. I I 1 $ jj STORMES LANCASTER'S OLDEST AND BEST DRUG STORE A well balanced J 4 S stock of desirable and Courtesy, Efficiency, seasonable Drug Store Merchandise, careful- ly selected and correctly priced. TRADEMARK: Reliability. irt g g g & Aa. Fre Auto Contest Coupons If Wkik fairiTkem With Every One Dollar Cash Purchase. ILffafnh anto AesnHntlnn AtkaM g P Itaaulw A conference of the Governors of the States of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida has been called by Governor Samuel II. Ralston, of Indiana, to meet in Chat tanooga. April 3. 1915, for the purpose of taking definite formal action looking towards the building of a through mala highway from Chicago and South Rend ml. . to Miami, Florida. A great mass time. meeting of delegates from six states will be present to .select routes, name, RURAL CARRIER SUBSTITUTE and to perfect an organization to promote the Dixie Highway from Chicago Mr. Horner Hay, who has beenucting to Miami. as substitute for the Rural Mail CarImproved roads, where already built, riers, for several years, resigned this will, of course, be utilized in making position a few days ago nnd Mr. out the route, but the aim of the Dixie William It. Cox, was recommended and Highway organization will be to lay appointed in his place. N'o better aproad as direct m practicable, could nave been made and out a pointment keeping In mind the beauty of scenery of the several routes can the patrons and the interesting character of the be assured that prompt and courteous country through which treatment will be accorded them by cities and the the highway will pass. "Hlllie". One of the preferred routes is from HOPE IT DO'NT STRIKE HERE Cnattanooga thru Tennessee to Albany Ky., thence by way of Somerset, StanThe proposed curtailment of the rural ford, Lancaster, Nicholasvllle, Georgefree delivery service has caused the town, Williamstown to Cincinnati. carriers to quake in their boots. How- This highway Is expected to be the ever, we believe that the local routes great north and south route for are on such a substantial footing as to and will be connected with All three of the branches reaching into all sections of be in no danger. routes are of vast advantage to the the States through which this road various communities which they serve, passes. Many roads lead through the and the discontinuance of any one of general territory reached by the highthem would bo a source of keen regret. way that are nearly parallel, and there The routes are well patronized, and Is an active competition as to which this Is what counts, for the amount of route will be officially selected. mall matter handled, the time consumThe advantages of having the Dixie ed on the routes and the value of stamps Highway pass thru Lancaster, the etc sold Is the basis upon which the beautiful scenery surrounding lioone's carriers salaries are figured, and if Knob, the historic spots of Camp Nelthese are kept up to the standard, son and Cam p Dick Robinson will be there Is no danger of the routes being presented at this meeting of governors discontinued. by the following business and patriotic men of Lancaster; J. M. Farra, It. L. High-Clas- s Vaudeville at Elkln, J, E. Stormes, L. G. Davidson, at Ream's Opera Hoase, Tbarsdajr, Fri- J. L. Gill, G. C, Walker, Harry Ware Good Pictures and F. S. Hughes, Joe J. Walker, Jas. Saturday Night. day W. Smith. Dr. J. J. Pursley, H. V. trill ke stawi eack Nifkt. aUitln. Mr. John W. Miller, of this city, has a commission issued to his father by Governor Deshii, in 1821, appointing him a Lieutenant in the Kentucay stato militia. The commission is well preserved and Mr. Miller is naturally proud of it. It bears the endorsement nt Squire John Yantis, who was n Justice of the Peace in this county at that 1 ts OLD COMMISSION. GREAT -- -- BARGAINS IN . ui earried that county at the senatorial prirrary lust August und which said; "Every one of those who voted for Stanley last fall will vote for him again; besides there will be many recruits to the Stanley banner. Several here who voted for Ueckham last fall have openly declared they are for Stanley this tune. This being the case It will not be surprising If he carries the county by a comfortable majority He over all five other candidates." had clippings from a number ot other county papers in which expressions favorable to his campaign were made, and he said; "Everywhere I go I find that Stan ley Is 'out in front,' as they say on the race track, and 1 do not find so many people turning handsprings and throwing their hats into the air about McChesney, though I haven't a doubt about his getting all of the ultra prohibition vote that will not go to New. man. As I see It, the lace Is between Stanley and McDermott, who . un questionably has the better of the situation in tne nun congressional aij trlct, and who is making a strong play for Covington and Newport, which re presents the bulk of the Sixth .district WAGONS. 1 HARNESS, IMPLEMENTS, OILS, PAINTS, WIRE FENCE, ROOFING, ETC. GALVANIZED AND STEEL Special prices on all the above mentioned articles. W.J. ROMANS, WCMTIIPIV LAMPACTCU vots." Page 2 RAT CORN TROUBLE. The man who buys an auto car, Hut first the price must borrow, Will never travel very far Before he meets with sorrow, Birmingham Age Herald. His punishment begins indeed When it is his desire To show his friends a bit of speed And "Blooey' goes a tire. The Central Record, Thursday April LONGMORE IN WASHINGTON 1 1915. In STANFORD DISCUSSES PHEASANT F. C. Eaton, of Coxton, Is the guest I will at my of his slater. Miss Claudia Eaton. Kentucky, on Mrs. J. II. Harris Is able to be out PUBLIC SALE! residence Lowell, PLAN. It Mummifies Them. Harmless to human beings or live itock. Kid your place of these pest without smell or dancer. Ordet a can today. Prices 60c and $1.00 can, 6 pound pail ' $5.00. Postage paid. Rat Corn is guaranteed to do all we say W. B. NELSON, Leiington, Ky. County Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mondrr. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasvillc, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. Registered Hereford Bull . SEASON 1915. Kentucky Is soon to try out the most ex'ensivc experiment In the propagation of pheasants ever undertaken by any State. Wood W. Longmore, of Youngstown Telegram Frankfort, secretary of the Kentucky who arGame and Fish Commission, And when he's got some friends 'way rived hero today, made this statement out to Representative J. C. Cnntrlll and 'To some far sylvan scene other of his friends. His gladness Is all put to rout Mr. Ioncmore stopped off here on By lack of gasoline. his way home from Philadelphia, where Houston Post he looked after tho distribution of 2 BOO You may be right In what you wrote English rlngneck pheasants that were Of troubles there's a horde purchased by the State of Kentucky of But boys, they'll never get MY goat a private pheasant fancier In England For I'VE gotter FORI). and which were shipped to the United Stated on the steamships Sardinia and Dominion. At Philadelphia the birds THE COST OF WAR. were divided into separate shipments Somebody recently has figured out ml they are now on their way to Ken1 the cost of the world's greatest wars, tuck). Some of the birds wtll be sent The totals are so enormous that the Into each of the 120 counties In the human mind can not comprehend their State. Many of the pheasants will be Immensity. The cost of the present given their freedom on arrival at the European war has been estimated at points of destination, nlthougli quite $50,000,000 a day. The number will be kent Im captivity nt the yeomanry of those countries will never State game farm at Pine Mountnin. long enough to get from under live In a number of Instances three birds the tnx burden. They will have to pass will be placed on n farm with the un It on to future generations and no derstnnding that tho owner of the farm prophet can foresee a time when it will will not allow any shooting on his all be paid. Millions and billions in debts premises for at least two years. are being accumulated, thousands of "We arc making this experiment to lives are being blotted out. cities are see if pheasants will thrive in Kentuc being wrecked, villages desolated, and ky", said Mr. Longmore. "Many of towns destroyed. Gen. Sherman said, the Western States, notably Oregon, "War is hell", and there never was Montana and Wyoming that have im and never will be a better definition. ported pheasants, have had much sue Let us have peace here In the United cess with them, but usually the birds State. Peace at almost any price is have not done so well east of the Mi preferable to war. sissippi River. We also are making arrangements in with the Rheumatic Pains Relieved. State of Pennsylvania to import quail Why suircr from rheumatism when from Cuba." relief may be had at so small a cost? About 150 separate shipments of Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., writes, pheasants were forwarded from Phil "I have been subject to attacks of adelphia to Kentucky and they are now rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's en route to their several destinations Liniment always relieves mc immediately, and I take pleasure in re HEAVY PENALTY commending it to'others." 25 and 50 cent bottles. For sale by all dealers. TO KILL ONE OF THESE BIRDS. down-trodde- n SATURDAY, APRIL Snt. 1915 olTer for sale at public auction, the fol Mrs. T. F. Spink, of Colesburg, Is lowing property the guest of relatives and friends here. Three mares, 5 to 7 years old; 3 cows, Miss Iva Raney is In Lancaster the two will be fresh Knibly by day of guest of relatives and friends this week sale; 1 calf yeur old In July; some farm Mrs. J. R. Cats, of lltodhend, is tho ing implements, household and kitchen gnest of her daughter, Mrs. L. II. 1 1 - furniture. n. Terms made known on day of sale Mrs. J. S. Rice Is the guest of her At the ime time and place Mr. J mother, Mrs. Mary Garnette nt Cave V. Vanarsdall will oiler for sale my City. farm and residence recently sold to Joe Warner, who has been In Irving-to- n him, consisting of-3- t acres. Terms to after an illners of several weeks. Service $2.00 Cash. HENRY. PAINT LICK Two miles from Lancaster on the Mrs. Guy Rice and Miss Louise spent Richmond pike. Monday In Richmond. R. E. Misses Geneva Rucker and Ora spent Saturday, In Richmond. Mrs E. L. Woods and Miss Jennie Higgins spent Thursday in Lexington. Miss Fannie Brandenberg of RichTrain Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. mond has been the guest of relatives here. Arrive. Miss Margaret Francis left Saturday No 10:v5.-0a. ra. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond for stveral months stay in Charleston, West Va. with L & N to Frankfort-Louisville; Mrs Woods Walker entertained a at Winchester with C&O to Lexing ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & number of friends at an elaborate dining on Thursday. Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. Mr. Hays Metcalf, of Cicero, Indiana No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting Is the guest of bis parent', Mr. and at Rowland, L & N to all points South Mrs. J. M. Metcalf. Mr G. M. Treadway left Monday for No 28; 11:04 a. m: To Richmond, connecting with L & a recuperative stay of several weeks N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington at Hot Springs, Arkansas. Mrs. Whitcomb and Miss Scott, of & Cincinnati, Middlesboro &.Knoxville, Lafonia, are the guests of Mrs. No 70; 11:50 a. m. parents. Mr. and Sirs. C. E. To Richmond, connecting with fast Ellis. train to Cincinnati. Mrs. C. E. Ellis was hostess at a din. ; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon ing on Tuesday in honor of her guestr, Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Mrs. Whitcomb and Miss Scott ot Lotonia. Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Messis A. V. Huyler of New York Bardstown & Springfield. and William Wade of Versailes came No 9; 8:42 p. m. Monday to be the guest of Mr Woods To Stanford, connecting with fast Walker. train to Bristol & Atlanta. Mrs R. G. Woods spnt several days In Nicholasville the past week the guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs John F. White. Mr Garnctt Kemper, of Lexington, Are Yo a Woman? was here for a few days the past week, mingling with his many friends in his L. & N. pheasants consigned to Lancas ter were Kent to Mr. John Farra arrived Monday and attracted quite a good deal of attention. There were 15, five males and 10 females, one of the hens had died on the way. Judge C. A. Ar nold! Wade Walker. W. B. J)enny. J I. Hamilton. J. M. Farra, each received two hens and one rooster to place on their farms that are in different local! ties and conducive to the propagation of these birds. It was uiged by the game commis sioner that a place be selected where the natural cover is very thick with water nearby and to scatter feed about He also sug where it could be found. Rested that they be liberated near a thicket or where thick underbrush grows. Th above named gentleman agreed to all the rules and regulations and woe be to the man that fires a gun on their farms. the Whit-omb- 's REWARD OFFERED. he countv court has oirereu a re ward of $25.00 for the arrest and con viction of any oup shooting or molest' ing any of the English ring necked pheasants just liberated in Garrard. In addition to this Messrs Hamilton, Walker, Arnold, Denny and Farra of fer a reward of $10.00 on same conditions. All of this is in addition to the reward olTered by State Game Com missioners. 1 No-27- BUENA VISTA SCHOOL NOTES ar ranged for the closing exercises of the Buenu Vista Consolidated School. On Saturday evening April 10 the students of tin High Sbhool will present "Mr, Bob". The characters for this play have been carefully selected and it promises to be the best the students have ever given' The music for the evening will be furnished by theBurgtn orchestra and all who have heard thtse popular musicians know that the music alone will be worth more than the ad mission price. On Mondav evening, April 12, the Eighth Grade students assisted bv several from the High School will give a popular farce. "Dr. Cure-allA dramatization of 'TheSleeping Beauty" will be presented by the boys and girls of the 4th, 5th, and 7th grades on the Special music by stud same evening. enls will be an attractive feature of the entertainment. Tickets admiting both evenings 30c Tickets for single evening 20c. Tuesday, April 13 an all day recep lion to which everyone is cordially in vited will be held at the School. Music will be furnished by an orchestra from one ot the neighboring towns and addresses will be made by Prof. T. J. Coates, the State Rural Supervisor of Schools. Rev. F. M. Tinder of Lancaster, Ky, Prof. Calfee of Berea College and Dr. E. C. McDougle of the Eastern Ky., State Normal. Lunch will be served and there will be exhibits of the pupils work. Every patron and friend of the school is urged'to be present ard a general good time is assured for the closing day. When People Ask Us vhat Is good for nerves and lost weight, we always recommend An attractive program has been The Woman's Tonic FOR SALE AT ALL DRUSGISTS old hom town. Miss Nannie II lack ley ot Pee Wee Valley who has been the guest of Miss Mary Lear for several weeks, returned to her home Tuesday. A large crowd attended the special Missionary exercises at Mount Tabor Sunday morning and a most delightful and instructive program was rendered. Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Ellis had as their guests on Sunday, Mies Viola Beagle and Mr. Holbert Bastin, of Lancaster, Mrs. Whitcomb and Miss Scott of Latonia, Miss Lulu McWhorter and Mr Harry McWhorter of this place. Mr and Mrs Newton Todd recently of ban Antonio Texas were here last week the guesta nf his parents. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mm. Todd William Todd. were enrouto to the Phlllipine Islands where they will make their home for five years, Mr. Todd having an im portant position theie. The members of the Dramatic and Glee Club who repeated their program at KIrksville on Friday evening are loud in their praises of tho good ladies of that vicenity. A delicious six o'clock dinner was served to thosu who wereon the program and the seating capacity of MECHANICS fLrAR AND ALL THE FAMILY Two and a half million readers find it of absorbing Interest. Everything In it Is 400.000 copies every month without givluit premiums and have no solicitors. Any edealex wtft ahow you a copy; or wrii lh publuhtr tor Irce aampla a puaul will do. For Father and Son Waaell MAGAZINE the auditorium was taxed to its utmost to contain the large crowd that came out to witness the performance. That such a largo number should come out to see a repitition of an ameteur performance Is proof positive that this little band of players do good work. Stomach Trouble Cured. Mrs. II. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa., writes, "For some time I suffered from stomach trouble. 1 would have sour stomach and feel bloated after eating. Nothing benefited roe until I got; Cham- Written So You Can Understand It St. SO A YEAR s? 18c w., A COPY Popular Mechanic Magazine 6 No. Mkhlpan CHIC ACQ berlain's Tablets. After taking two For bottles of them 1 was cured." sale by all dealers. teosSk SSSSS. food tonic and tissue builder. R. E. M.R.iarU Bertram Spratt, Mrs. Kelley J. Francis of Middles-bor- Am Bourne, Auctioneer. Is the guest of her father, J. S. Hocker. Duncan Bagbv, of Covington, is the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Lizzie Hocker. Miss Tommic Francis 'has returned On April 17th at 2 o'clock p. m., on to Lancaster after a visit to Mrs. J. F. the premises we will oiler at Public Cummins. Sals nt Paint Lick, Ky.. a parcel of Mrs. A. II. Elkin, of Louisville, is the land on which is located n coal and guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. M lumber yard. It has on it n good Newland. stable, coat shed, house for dresrd Mrs. Anna Bally attended the burial lumber etc. Is an established business of her uncle J. W. Grillin nt Lancas in ter Saturday. Coal, Lumber, Lime, Sand, Cement, Brick, Miss Allie Yantls, of Lancaster tins and has a private switch adjoining. returned home after a visit to Miss Lottie Carson. This is an opening for a live man to do Mrs. G. L. Penny was In Cincinnati a big business. last week with her daugWr, Miss lho tract contains about 31 acres with site for houjo and splendid bottom Berta Jean Penny. for large garden and corn patch. At Mrs. J. C. Lynn spent the week-enIn Frankfort with her husband, J. C. the s:inie time I will sell n 10 horse power boiler and engine and some Lynn and children. of hunter. Mr. and Mrs. C. Hays Foster and stacks This sale is to close out our partner Mrs. W. R. Todd were In Danville n ship owing to Mr. Rocker's ill health. short time Monday. Tenn liberal and will be made known Mrs. D. R. Southard has retured on day of sale. home after u visit to relatives and IIURNA.M & RUCKER. friends at Mt Vernon. Long Tom Chvnault, Auctioneer. Miss Marion Grimes, of Transylvania University, of Lexington is nt home for the Easter holidays. J. S. Hocker ha: returned homeafter a short visit to his daughter, Mrs. W. O. Foster at Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Rose, of OF Lanctstcr, spent Sunday here with her mother, Mrs. Belle Perkins. Mrs. Sallie Saulley, of Knoxville, is Henry Moore, Assignee of Edd Owens, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. G. L. Plaintitr. Penny and son, H. R. Saulley. VS. Miss Ida Holtzcla-- , who has been Edd Owens and Othnrs Defendants sick for several weeks is able to return Pursuant to a judgment of the Gar to her work at Severance's store. rani Circuit Court rendered in the above styled case at its March Term 1915 the Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lyons, of Lan- undersigned Assignee will on caster, were the guest of their daughMONDAY APRIL 20, 1915 ter. Mrs. J. W. Taylor and famil. before the Court House Door in I.ati Mrs. Robert G. Hail, of Kansas City, caster, between the hours of 11 and 12 Mo., is here visiting her mother, Mrs. o'clock A. M., this being County Court uay Ben ar. puouc outcry to the highest Jennie Wearen and other relatives. and best Bidder the following real etk This property is located Miss Margaret Shugars, of Richmond state County Kentucky on the has returned home after a visit to her In Garrard Sugar waters of Creek and bounded as brother, W. K. Shugars and family. folllows Beginning at a stone on east bank of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wrav anddaugh-terSugar Creek and on the west side of of Danville, were the guests Sun the roail thence S 731 E at C chains day of her mother, Mrs. Woodie Hale. passing n certain line Sycamore tree on the sine ol a hill In all K! chains to a Miss Josephine Carpenter, of Shelbypost ut end of wire fence thence with ville, is here the guest of her parents, said wire fence is t7J E 1.20 poles Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Carpenter for a tew thence S C5J E 90 chains thence S 71 E 4.41 chains to h post in a hollow thence davs. down the hollow with u N6 E Mrs. J. K. Helm is at home after 3.9.) chums to a double fence black walnut spending several days in Lancaster thence N 1$ W 3.41 chains thence N with Mrs. G. T. Ballard, who is quite 15 W 2.bo chums to a iw.it corner to Joe Pierce land, thence with his line. ill with pneumonia.- with a fence, N bn W D.IU chain to n McKee RitTe and John Fields went to stone on top ot hill thence N Ci W Cincinnati Saturday and returned Mon- 3.7G chains tlience N 70 W 1.30 chains day in a new uuto truck that has been thence N CI W 3 70 chains to a stone at fork of hill and on the east side of bought by the county for Its use. road. Hnd Creek, thence along the road Mis3 Mary Higgins returned home at foot of hills 57 W 1.52chalns thence last week from Richmond, Virginia, S SSi W 0.82 chains thence E 251 W where she has b;en the guest of her 3.G3 chains to the beginning containing 15.3G acres. brother, Dr. Harry Higgins and family. The object of said sale Is to settle un said assigned estate. Lster O'Bannon, of State University Said sale will b made on a credit of at Lexington, is here for a few days C and 12 months bearing 0 per cent with his father. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon. interest from date of sale until paid. He has been in Chicago for several days. Said purchaser will be required to give reMrs. Sallie Anderson, of Kansas, bond with approved security, lien pay tained on the land to secure said City, Mo., who hss been the guest of ments. Said bonds to have the force her brother, Robert Lytic of Danville, and effect of a judgment upon which is hero the guest of Mrs. J. S. Baugh-ma- n execution may issue if same is not paid at maturity. and mother, Mrs. J. E. Bruce. HENRY MOORE Assignee Mrs. Robert Spindle, Jr., of Norfolk' Edd Owens, Va., who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McRoberts at Lancas- R. II. Tomlinson, Attv for Plaintiff. ter, spent several days here with her uncle, II. J. McRoberts and family. Manage Silas Anderson, who his been nt Statement Of The Ownership, Louisville working for the Ford Auto ment, Circulation, Etc., Required Company returned home last week and bought the Lincoln Garage from Estill by The Act Of August 24, Carter. Mr. Anderson is said to be a tine auto doctor. 1912. Mrs. A C. Hill entertained at a very published Of The Central Record elaborate dinner on last Saturday in Ky., for April honor of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Campbell. weeklv at Lancaster. The other guests present were Mr.t 1st 1915, J. E. Robinson. Annie Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hill Editor, R. L. Elkin, Jr., und Mrs. Bruning, of Cincinnati. Managing Editor, R. L. Cl'trn, Managers, i r... i Business rt.i,. .. luiitc l li pallet l 1)1 i)l! u t iiaa iiau vuici The Central Record, Incor . ti. I. .1 . m tunc ui inch ah nu(A i;)ca)ii)K uji tuu .i streets of this city for the last few ' Owners: (If a corporation, givo Its days. A commltte of the Woman's name and the names and addresses of Club started to work in earnest this stockholders holding 1 per cent or mire week in securing fund to oil the streets: of total amount of stock. If not a cor lliey will ue aided uy tne uiy ujuncil , ,nvfi name. anj ttlijr..M of In the magnificient work. ,i!i,i,m! Ur. Winhurn, pastor of the Walnut i Rnbinson. Lancaster. Ky. Street Baptist church at Louisville, who Frances C. Robinson. Lancaster. Kv. conducted a two weeks' revival at the Known bondholders, mortirasees. and Baptist church returned home Friday I other ,ecuritv holders, holding 1 per afternoon. The revival was largely at cent or more of total uinount of bonds, tended at uvery service and much good mortgages, or other securities: (If is said to have been done. There were there are none, so state.) about twelve additions to the church. None. Dr. Winburn was a gifted man in pre: Average number of copies of each sentlng the Word of God to the people. i.lm nf ,i,la implication sold or dla of this city. tributL-il- . throuch the mails or other. wise, to paid subscribers during the six A Cure for Sour Stomach. months preceding the date shown above, Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, of Rattle .(This Information is required from dally Creek, Mich., writes: "I have been newspapers only.) R. L. .Elkin. troubled with Indigestionaour stomach Sworn to and subscribed before me and bad breath. After taking two botW. O. tles of Chamberlain's Tablets I am well. this 22 day of March 1916. These tablets are splendid none bet- Rigney, Notary Public. (My Commister." For sale by all dealers. lm sion expires February 9, 1918. home. for several weeks has returned suit the purchaser. The Allen 34 When you pay $895 for an Allen 34 you get S89S worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. We build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization it We are in strong and permanent the automobile business to stay. Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value (or the price we ccL K you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, sate, handsomi car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the touring carat Allen 34, S95, is the complete answer to your requirements. Im Price, $895 Study these facts The Alien )4 has an Allen J7 horif porr en- PUBLIC SALE gine, Wtnon-Mo- tt leering gear, drier, ing Hosting aide, mnhalr top and leather upliolttery, Wimtf Innimluion and d reparol110-in- rait uh'elbaie, demountable rimt, aluminum rrink and aluminum trant-mini- brtkri, t'.titrtt lifili mini a J tlictni iltrtir. The wfljM e.f the ear If 2 11. . hich. llh the .wrrof Ihemolor in.uir ecouoinrof operation. We K.IM (! older immUI.. three reedderf and Iwt toerlat ear.. In price Irern Mnates we, full tqutt le SIJ91 d itrli,ui, ftuir, itintmj mnj fuoino ginia Territory. Paclnrr rtrprctcnlatlTC for Southern Ohio, mljctnt Weft Southern Indira uJ emire Slat ug'.-nc-y Kenton Motors Co. Dealers t fnil, Allm tari tf tfirtlim, tqiiifmiMt, ultlkr lit J :i!ttrt Vir- of Kentucky. Write or wire for proposition y - A WELCOME VISITOR. nlirre it la known, is n Iwx of our snrklini; Rini;er ule, oranije sod or other of our cnrlionatrd beversK's. ou have not jet tried any or all ol them )ou don't know what a fine treat Don't keep on you have been missing. and missinK it. Order a box commence enjoying yourself. to-d- ASSIGNEE SALE " LAND. Lancaster f Bot- Phone 202. tHng CO. it Warm Days Not s, Far Ahead. winter lingers and while wc may, we would like to show you that the So as MAXWELL If interested call CAR will do more through mud and snow than any thing on wheels. H. C. CARPENTER STANFORD. T At Lincoln County Nntional Bunk. KENTUCKY. "EVERY ROAD IS A MAXWELL ROAD." Diaw A Check for the moiKiy yon ov e und note how much more res- pectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do businuss with a mini who lias nn account nt the Garrard Bank & Trust Go. I I I They know ho is doinp; butiness In a business like way. Itettvr open such an account even if your aiTairs aro not large. They will grow all right. I ,. r The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. A. It Surplus Vice $30,000. )EN!JY, President J. It. T JmuiiV, E. STOItMKS, I'res't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. L. GlLL, As't Cashier. J. j Safety Sarnual Deposit Boxes J. For Rent. J. E. Director. WE SOLICIT YOUIt BUSINESS. O. Cochran, Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. Alex IU Denny, L. Gill. Dr. W. II. Posey, M. Elliott, The Central Record, Thursday April 1,1915 Jp" 11 IBE1I IE3Ejfl Oil Treatment for THE THREE DUDES: Three dud war wallflnir nlnncr th Streets nnn mnrnlnc rw! mot an ntrerl decrepit minister, with long white hair ami Beard. Desiring to poke fun at the old man, the first called out, "Hello, Father Abraham." The second said, "Hello, Father Isaac," and the third chimed In, "Hello, Father Jacob." The minister, seeing the situation, and likewise using Scripture, quietly replied:l"I am neither Abraham nor Isaac, nor Jacob, but Saul, the son of Klsh, who went forth to hunt his father's asses; and behold, I have found them." Round Hill. Mrs. Frank Tussey is very alck a!' this writlnir. r Misses Anna Mae and Dortha Whit-takSaturday were in Richmond er Stomach Troubles a Ji. IV. Page 3 1 III Ml . scctavwn A MEANS ' 'v. A scientific -- aam ERVICE. II S . thorough examination of your eyes by n specialist of six teen yenrs experience. -- A proper correction by glasses of nny Optical defect or eye strain. To hove your eyes tested nnd glosses fitted for one reasonable "chnrgc. A simple prescription made tip nf a combination of pure vegetable oils li producing wonderful remits for sufferers from stomach, liver and intestinal troubles. Tlie remedy, which is said to have originated in France, where it has lieen used for )ear by the peasantry, was introduced Into this country by George II. Mayr, a leading Chicago druggist, who cured himself of severe stomach, liver and intestinal troubles by its use. Those who have used it say the first dose is sufficient to convince any one of its remarkable merit, and that within twenty-fou- r hours the sufferer feels like a new person This medicine, which has liecomc known as Mayr's IIAMMACK Wonderful Remedy, is sold by leading druggists everywhere with the positive Itobert Parsons Jr., has moved tuiderstandiiie that vour monev will 1 refunded without question or quibble If Round Hill near Kirksville. ikiiiic uh iu k'vc yvu aojoiuu Mrs. Charlie Dillon Is very sick satisfaction. shopping. Mrs. Thursev Bishon Is snendinir the week with friends and relatives at OFFICE Edenton Ky. CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. Mr. Cronlev Ilroaddus of llerea Cnt. Residence Phone 41 lege spent Saturday and Sunday with Office Phone CO his parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ilroaddur. LANCASTER. KY. The entertainment at the Kirkavilla school given by the Paint Lick Glee Club was well attended and enjoyed by all. Misses Barbara Gulley and Alberta Moberley were the guests of their to cousins Misses Elsie Pearl and Dortha Or. J. S. GILBERT. CANAL PAYING EXPENSES. Alumico Frames, 1st Quality Lenses $2.50 and $3.00. American Optical Co's 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." "Flts-U- " Extra charges for "Kryptok," "Toric" and "Compound" Lenses. J. J i BYRNE, Optical Specialist. AT THE KENGARLAN HOTEL. LANCASTER, KY. MARCH 22nd to APRIL 3rd 3 G FiE DG J l I 1 LIGHT SIX LIGHT FOUR (T O H I15.-- 5. "SAFETY FIRST" I A I'actor;) CONVINCED- If you are open to conviction take the time to inspect the various cars in your price zone make a careful analysis of each car the Mitchell will compare more thnn favorably in your final conclusion. The eager Light Six or the smart Light Four show their individuality in every line their appearances, finish, comfort and performance stamp their superiority. These assertions can be proven if the car submitted to you fur your deductions supports our claims you will be convinced. P m I S m M m !: CENTRAL MOTOR GAR CO. Lexington, Ky Distributors. i 0M0X0M0)IB5:I1( fiu -- Cholera. Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry K'JiSfi'iS'Kv Rm 4.1 1.44 drapml dow WJlCmaOT.ftaitanirB, Kl.,ni "Om ilfog titlU a l.pinf chitt MU.dr. llii lU umJ." chktMl UU tk. worm hv. mi,m K f J jres Uv. The undersigned hereby g've warn-in- n t a" persona not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever aa we will prosecute all offenders, to ful extent of t- - law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. POSTED lst Mfg. aid Getraauto' by J. Robu Creme, Bardstown, Ky. OLD KY ivmnb. I Price tin 50c at all Dni&lsu. R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. Lancaster, Ky. It. L. Elkin Kd & N II Price Mrs. Rebecca J. West. V. K. Cook. James G. Conn, II. 0. Arnold. J, C. Morgan, Wo will add other names for 25 cents cash. The canal is already paying expenses although It was not expected to do so for several years. The volume of traf flc is surprising, particularly in view of the prostration of International com merce by the war. The utilization of the canal by domestic comuerce be' tween the two oceans is especially sat' isfactory. Several new transportation companies have been started, and the steamers plying between New York and the Pacific ports are reported as constantly filled to their capacity with freight, in both directions. The canal is fulfilling Its proper function in re lievinK the transcontinental railroads of much of the bulky traffic, making) better time at less cost. The railroads themselves are not enthusiastic over this fact, but the people of the East, West and South are pleaseJ. Up to this time the Panama canal has appealed to the American imagi nation chiefly as a Herculean feat of engineering-admirably performed. That stage is past. The canal is now justifying the labor and cost by taking Saturday and Sunday. its place as the strategic center of a Miss Nellie Ileazley hrs returned great home after visiting home folks three weeks at Marksbury. Nothing So Good for a Cough or Cold. News was received last week from When you have a cold you want tht Bedford Ky, stating the death of Geo. best medicine obtainable so as to get Perkins, a former resident of Garrard rid of it with the least possible delay. countv, and a brother of Mrs. John There are many who consider Cham Dudderar. He married Miss Mary Kenberlain's Cough Itemedy unsurpassed nedy of Garrard county, many years Mrs. J. Uoroir, Elida, Ohio, says ago. Mrs. Perkins has the sympathy "Ever since my daughter Huth was ot our community. cured of a severe cold and cough by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy two years ago, l have felt kindly disposed TO HAVE BEAUTIFUL toward the manufacturers of that pre HAIR-N- O paration. I know ot nothing so quick DANDRUFF. to relieve a cough or cure a cold. " For If your.hair is losing color, too dry, sale by all dealers. brittle, thin, or the scalp itches, im mediately begin the use of Parisian NINA Sage. The first application stops itch ing head, removea all dandruff, invigo Mr. and Mrs: Terrill Anderson are rates the scalp, nnd beautifies your rejoicing over a big boy. hair until it is solt, fluffy and gloriously raoiant. Mrs. Sam Ward of Livingston is visParisian Sage supplies all hair needs iting relatives near this place. We are sorry to know Mrs. John and contains the exact elements needed to make it grow long, thick and beau Koss is very low with heart trouble. tiful It is delicately perfumed and not Mr. and Mrs. Simp Rogers are reexpensive at R. E. McRoberts. joicing over the arrival of a fine baby. You will be delighted with this in Mr. and Mrs. Theo Cotton of Paint vigorating toilet necessity for nothing Lick were with her mother Saturday else is so beneficial as Parisian Sage night and Sunda. or so quickly gives the hair that enviMr. Loyd King and cousin Miss Abbie able charm and fascination- of Lowell were the guests of Miss Jenetta Wheeler Saturday night. MARKSBURY The death Angel visited the home of Mr. Blades sold a combined mare to Mr. and Mrs Charles Moberly Sunday at 4 a. m. and took their little eleven Ike Naylor price $175. months old baby. The remains were Mrs, Robertson of Danville was the laid to rest at Freedom cemetery. The guest of Mrs. Jno Pruitt Sunday. community sympathizes with the famMrs. Oran Grow of upper Garrard is ily in their deep hour of sorrow. visiting her sister Mrs. Jess Sanders. Miss Ula Prewitt and Mr. Robert The Ladies Working Society will Long surprised their many friends by meet at the residence of D. S. Swops driving to Lancaster Thursday and be- next Wednesday at 1 P. M. the cereing quietly married. After Missionary Day will be observed on mony the happy young couple drove to Sunday morning at tht church. the home of the bride's parent to an next More than 50 of the S. S. pupils will elegant Uming. The bride is a charmin the exercises. The pastor ing young lady, daughter of Mr. and take part who is a missionary enthusiast is Mrs. Marion Prewitt. The groom is a a large collection for the work prosperous young farmer of this secon that day. Everybody is invited to tion. We join their host of friends in come. wishing them a long and happy life. There will be a pie supper at Rice Academy, Saturday night. The pies will be sold to the highest bidders and the money used to buy a large diction ary. Quite a number of our people attend ed the funeral aertiecs of Mr, T. I. Herring at Lancaster last Sunday after Mrs. Walter Vincent, noon. Air. Herring was a resident 01 of Pleasant Hill, N. C, this community for vbout 30 ears, and writes: "For three sumhis had many friends who detilore mers, I suffered from death. The bereaved family have the nervousness, dreadful sympathy of the many friends at this pains In my back and place in this their great sorrow. , world-traffi- Miss Marr.ie McQuerry visited little FOR SOUR STOMACH Miss Hattle McQuerry Sunday. GAS OR INDIGESTION. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Cook visited Mr. Will Law son and family Sunday. Use and Get Immediate and EfFine Cut Flowers. Mr. Will Lawson and wife are refective Relief. joicing over a 12 pound baby girl. M. Mr. Sampson Archer Is very low and Vi hen you have heartburn, pains in is not expected to live very long. the stomach, and taste undigested food, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ball visited his it's a sure sign your last meal is not difather Saturday night and Sunday. gesting, but fermenting, causing pois Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hurt visited her onous gases, sourness and acid stomach. Prompt and lasting relief tor any mother Mrs. Ross, Saturday and SunAttorney-At-La- w day. stomoch distress is a simple Inexpensive Miss Goldie McQuerry Is visiting her matter if you will only try the harmless Offices on Danville Street prescription easily obtained grandmother Mrs. Hawley at Crab Mi o over Post Office. Orchard. R. E. McRoberts or any druggist. Office from Phone 34. Mi-o-is especially prepared to neu Mrs. Rothwell has returned home after visiting Mrs. Jack Hulett of tralize excess acid and stop fermentaCartersville. tion which surely sours your food, caus Mr. and Mrs. James McQuerry and ing sick headache, dyspepsia, bilious children visited Menifee McQuerry and ness and bad dreams. a wife Sunday. not only corrects sour, acid. Mr. and Tom Hurt of Kirksville are and gassy stomach, but improves the Lick, visiting her parents and other relatives entire digestive system so that the Kentucky blood, rerves, muscles, and skin all re of this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Miller visited her ceive Inci eased i.ourishment causing parents Mr. and Mrs It. K. Parsons clear complexion, bright eyes and that this writing with Lagrippe. at Whittaker last week. fiUiit, Fitted. Stlufutton na.r.nletd. Morrow, Graduate Optician Honakers Clay John McRoberts. H. Kauffman, H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint delightful sensation of "feeling fit." Get some tablets today it they do not banish every sign of indigestion they will nut cost you a penny. Mi-o-- DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. BUCKEYE Phone 387-BUCKEYE, KY. Prompt Service day and night. Miss Elsie Whittaker has been visit ing relatives at this place. Miss Pattie Long was the guest of Miss Ha Hill Saturday and Sunday. FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mr. Herbert Carter spent Saturday Office Over National Bank. night and Sunday with Mr. Ray Noel. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whittaker spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. LANCASTER. KY. Sanders, Misset Dortha and Anna Mae Whit m. taker spent Sunday night with Miss 'hone 0mce Hou J S to 12 a. p. mj 229. Barbara Gulley. Miss Barbara Gulley attended the M. K. Denny and W.A. Heeler plays given at the Kirksville High school last Friday night. Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Amons and little Offica: stormei Bnlldlnf .T.r Hart A Ander son James R. were the guest of Mr. on'a Fnrnttnre gtor. and Mrs. Robt Long Sunday. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Sunday School opened at this place last Sunday with a large attendance, Everybody is invited to come and take D. a part on Sunday afternoon at three o'clock. J, A. Beazlev Ho4-7t- o9 WHY IS LANCASTER Truth. FIRM? The Because Its Citizens Have Learned Office at Ralney's Livery Stable. . -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky Or. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Nervous? 0 I) After reading this generous and encouraging report from Mr. Austin, those who have the misfortune to suffer, as he did, will naturally long to get similar relief. But to get the same good as Mr. Austin had, you should get the same remedy. There are of course, other kidney pill the same as Doan's. That is why Lancaster people demand the genuine. I, D. Austin, blacksmith, Stanford Pike, Lancaster, Ky, says: "I had weak kidneys and the kidney secretions were irregular in passage. My back Pills pained me. Doan's Kidney strengthened me in every way." The above statement must carry conviction to the mind of (.very reader. Don't simply ask for u kidney remedy ask distinctly for Uoan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mr. Austin had the remedy backed by home testimony. Co., 50c at all stores. Props., Buiralo N. Y. "When Your Back is Lame Remem ber the Name." Foster-Mllburn rBuy Gold MedoJ- The Sure Growing-- Kind SEEPS SIIO CO LoulavUU, Ky. rtea Boj thnn from your local aaad d.alir. II h. can't .upplr you. wril. ua direct. 2nd and Main LOUISVIU.C FIELD SEEDS. I have a full line of high-gra- Field Seeds which I am oflering at very attractive prices If Interested, ask for samples and prices. W. Bush Nelson. Lexington. - Kentucky. TEATERSVILLE Mrs. Sarah Hardin is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Pendleton spent Sunday with thfir uncle, Jink Long. Misses Anna and Linda Sanders spent Saturday and Sunday at Mr. James sides, and weak sinking spells. Three bottles of Cardui, the woman's tonic, relieved me entirely. I feel like another, STRAWBERRY - CATAERH TROUBLE ENDED BY HYOMEI Hume's. Mr. Willie Bolton PLANTS Fruit and Shade Troes 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 person, now."' TAKE Cardui Tto Woman's Tonic for over 50 years, Cardui has been helping to relieve women's unnecessary pains and building weak women up to health and strength. It will do the same for you, II given a fair trial. So, don't wait, but begin taking Cardui today, lor Its use cannot harm you, and should suaely do you E-good. t fl 3 WAREHOUSES: u l Warehouse u Farmers Warehouse II Home Warehouse It will have tne special attention or experienced warenousemen and you will get prompt returns. Planters-Centra- Ninth Street Warehouse Louisville Warehouse Kentucky A Peoples Warehouse Louisville, Ky. .... LOUISVILLE TOBACCO INCOXrotATBU WAREHOUSE CO., Louisville, Kmhicky IS and Carl Baker were the guests of their cousin Wesley An Inexpensive Easily Used and Most Hume recently. Effective Remedy. Mr. Johnny Prather and wife wer Our first offering of the remarkable Surely try Hyomel, nature's harmless the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Charley remedy for catarrh, colds, asthma, bron- Bolton Sunday. chitis, or croup ot children a treatMr. and Mrs. Jim Snyder and little ment that is pleasant to use, and bo children apent Sunday with her sister Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. certain of results that R. E. McRoberts Mrs. Eliza Long. plan. sella ft on the Mrs. Clay Hardin and litte children Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Hyomei is not a cure-al- l but a spe apent Saturday and Sunday with her cific for distressirg catarrh and similar parents at Silver Creek. & Sons. ailments. You breathe Hyomei so that Mr. Theadora Irven and family, Mrs. its antiseptic medication at once rt aches Ettie Wheeler and daughter, Thelma. Lexington, Kentucky. the irritated and diseased tissues, heal spent Sunday with Mrs. Eliza Hume 1915 mi. ing and soothing the sore spots. and family. Get a Hyomei outfit, which contains inhaler and bottle of liquid, at once. Put twenty drops of Hyomei into the inhaler and breathe it a few times dur ing the day. There is no treatment ao will relieve your indigestion. Many For Iniaata and CbUdrea satisfying for it instantly opens the people in this town Iiato used theta, stopped-u- p air passages you breathe and we have yet to bear of a case where lit freely, the unclean discharges from the they have failed. We know the for- -' aula. Sold only by us 25a a box.'' nose stop, and dull headaches vanish R. E. McRtbsrta evsn the worst cases respond quickly. Mammouth Pearl Potato H.F.Hillenmeyer CASTORIA Um Fr Ovr 30 Years Why go Shopping Elsewhere for Your Easter Suit It's Here at- -J. E, M6KERSON'S--Ready-To-We- ar , "5 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 stylish Spring Skirts, we can show you the Latest Models. They ly designed for all kinds of figures. Choose this store to supply are especialyour wants. J. The Central Record incorporated, Issued Weekly. $1.00 LOW PRICES ARE OUR BEST ATTRACTIONS. SCHOOL WINS BY OF COURT IN BDENA DICKER SON ent to accomplish the purpose of the legislation. The statute gives the people all the power that in their judgment and discretion may be needed to impose a sufficient tax. If at any time they reach the conclusion that the tax is more than sufficient for the purpose intended, it may be reduced by a vote of the people, or the entire tax may bo voted away. In short, this whole matter has been left to the people themselves to determine. They can vote or not vote the tax, as they choose. If the tax first voted, or again voted, is not sufficient, they may continue to hold elections und vote taxes until the required amount has been raised. Likewise at an election they may reduce the tax or abolish it altogether. It may be conceded that this construction puts large power in the hands of the people in these districts, but the regulation of this matter is with the legislative department of the government. The Legislature has delegated this power to the people and the Legislature alone may take it away. For the reasons briefly stated, the injunction is disolved. Chief Justice Miller and Judges Settle, Turner and Hurt sat with me in considering this question and concur in this opinion." ANDES a year. candidate announced from standing upon any platform that the democrats of this state will adopt. Should n convention be called before the August primary it would not be unnatural for democrats everywhere to take such advantage as fairly within their power to so direct the convention as would result favorable to the interest of the candidates such democrats were supporting and urging for control. Thus many true and loyal democrats would lose sight of the good of the party, would be more interested in the success of some candidate than in having the party continue to be the political or-- 1 ganization in Kentucky to which the people could and would look to for the safe, progressive and honest management of the people's business. Iletter have a convention when democrats would be free to look alone to the good of the party and when contention be- tween factions and candidates are set-- I tied and eliminated. To us it looks much more fair to all candidates and mure important sun, mat. we are more 'key 0 Platform that expresses iu ui a majority ui neniucKy democrats to have the convention after, the August primary. So, thus viewing this matter, not in the interest of any candidate or set of candidates, but alone for the good of the party, give us a platform after, rather than before, the primary.- DECISION TELLS WHY IS POPULAR. I OF VISTA APPEALS TAX SUIT. MEDICINE J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. He Says Because It Contains Real Merit Well Known German Chemist Pre- - $ i"UK5UMY, miUAY, I NIGHTS, At ROMANS OPERA HOUSE Ja 1 jaiuiiuht R.L ELKIN, Local Editor owl Mgr. ftt filtered the Tost Office lu conl ('!' Kr. Mull Mutter Member Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., April 1, 1915. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 "or County Offices 10.00 For State and District Offices.... 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per 1! Obituaries, line... .Q per line 05 ! POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Central Record is authorized to announce the following candidates for office, subject to the Democratic primary, August 7th, 1915. FOB. GOVERNOR. Hon. A. O. Stanley. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. Chas. C. Fox, of Uoyle county. FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. E. V. Puryear, of Bovle county. R. V. Keenon, of Mercer county. J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. W. 15. Mason. V. A. Doty. FOR SHERIFF. G. T. Ballard, Jr. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. II. Clay KaufTman. W. I J. GOOCH In Lincoln. Lin- Candidate For Legislature I If our democratic neighbors of coln knew "Billy" Gooch as well as do the democrats of this county he will receive the honor, unanimously, that he seeks. Yielding to the persuasion of his friends, Mr. Gooch this week makes public announcement n signed platform of his intention to seek the nomi- candidats for County Court Clerk to succeeJ J. W. Hamilton the present Clerk. I have accepted The Chief deputies npiKJinunem. in me bum hi oiuei acquaint mvself with the duties of UlT UU MV.K ..HCU II.J.CII IU the examination required by law, I sincerely ask and solicit your support. E. M. Walker. I am a i Railroad Commissioner. We are authorized to announce JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown, Nelson County, as a canditate for the for Railroad Democratic nomination Commissioner from the Second District; the primary election, to be held Saturday August "th., 7 1915. It concerns us but little, personally, whether n convention be called before or after the August primary to adopt a platform of principles for the Democratic party. We are, however, deeply interested in seeing that every candi date who may be seeking a nomination at the primary is accorded u lair ueai, whether we favor such a candidates Considering the nomination or not- various arguments both pro and con upon this subject, we are almost persuaded that some democrats are biased In favor of one plan rather than another as it may appear to forward some selfish end. Which would be the best for the party. Is the sole question. If the convention before the primary has for its end the elimination of any candidate for a democratic nomination, then every fair minded democrat in the state should be out against a pre pri-- , The voters of the convention. o. c.erjr vui, Slate ...ouiuiie-- r u. . didate for a nomination, what he has done for the party, his claims Uion the democracy of the state ami should be permitted to judge of the candidates fitness for the office and his qualifications and select whom the voter would to serve him, and thus vote for his choice. nation at the August primary to represent Lincoln county in the Ltgisla-turHis Is a platform pledged to economy and honest government and has the ring of democracy. The people can rest assured that' this gentleman will live up to his promise, for he is not only a true democrat himself, but comes from g0Qli jemocratic atoc long trjej B1(j te3tej anj Bway3 foumi fultilfu. During the few years that , ,,e GarrarJ C0UntV h,. regarded as one of the most popular democrats of the county and was often solicited to accept office. He was al ways uctive in behalf of the party and helped many struggling democratic nominees to success, who now with their friends wish him full realization in nis amuiuon anu Hundreds or these democratic friends will be found "dead-ninover the line' to help him. Billy Ciooch is every inch a man, a democrat tu the core, honest to a fault, big hearted, broad minded, sensible and ever loyal to his friends us he is to very principle of right. The business people of Lincoln County can not afford to turn away from this opportunity tu limosuchu representative, nor can ine uemocrais uiiortl to turn Uown so true, loyal and useful democrat Here s the greeting of twelve hun ureu uemocrauc Irienus rrom your former home in Garrard, Mr. Gooch, wno wish lor you uii success, and are ready to help you if you need them. e. g The law suit over the collection of tax in the Buena Vista Consolidated district has now been finally disposed of by the opinion of the Court of ApMisj peals in favor of the school. Jennie Higgins, Superintendent of Schools, Miss Rubles, one of the teachers in the school, Messrs R. D. McMur- try andV. D. Scott. County Attorney G. O. Walker and It. II .Tomlinson heard the case argued in the Court of Appeals last Thursday by Col. E. H. Gaither of Harrodsburg Kv. for the taxpayers and by Mr. J. E. Robinson for the school. Both the attorneys in the case and tl)e School Board are being warmly congratulated upen the quick disposi tion of this law suit and the favorable outcome. Quite a good deal of interest was manifested in the case as it was understood that the future of the Buena Vita school depended upon the winning of the suit. The case involved the construction of the law enacted by the 1912 Legislature providing for transportation of pupils to and from school. The Buena Vista school is one of the first to undertake such a task and has made such a pronounced success that this school has attracted attention from the entire school interest of the state. The proof in the case shows that a daily average of ICS pupils attend this school and are hauled to e und from school in wagons, some of five miles. It is now greatly to be hoped that all the citizens of this district will cast aside any feeling that may have been causej over the lawsuit and will unite in making this school not only the pride of the locality and county but the entire state. We give here a portion of the opinion of the Court; COURT OF APPEALS OF KY. H. S. Christopher, et al. Appellants. adis-tanc- pares It. High-Glas- s Geo. Howard, A Vaudeville Hlnek Face Couicilinn, U S. VS. B GLEE CLUB Entertains Large Audience. One of the largest audiences ever in the school Auditorium were highly intprrftlmil hv lh TiHriMl'lvHtiln c,ub ,ast Tucsjav Iligllt Tlie local chrUan had this delight-mat- y ful entertainment in charge and we are Kaj t(J anlounc tley Wi realize SOme- thing over fifty dollars, which they will utilize for u noble cause. leaver', but that indigestion and the Utsfr'eipM feeling which, always Koea with it can be promDtly relieved oy taking a There Is No Question , There Is no occasion for, and as we are advised, are no such Irreconcilable dilferences among Kentucky democrats which would or should prevent any before and (titer each meal. 25c a Las. R. E. McKobsrts F Robinson, sherilL et al, Appellees Motion to Dissolve Injunctiou Opinion Beautifying some unsightly vacat.t of the Court by Judge lots was seriously talked of and we hope this meeting will be known by the This is a motion made before me to work that follows. dissolve an injunction issued by th k judgo cf the Garrard circuit court reSome who pride them9e!veson beautistraining the collection of a school tax ful lawns say they are bothered by in consolidated school district number cows, and even intimate (?) Thev are 19 in Garrard county. The record conWoman's Club Cuws. Can it be thut sists of the petition, exhibits and any of our cows have such bad manners affidavits The real purpose of and morals as to trespass? the suit is to enjoin the collection of the tax vottd ut the October election, A very enthusiastic meeting was that 1913. The validity of the tax voted in of last Thursday. The question box February is not seriously questioned. was full of pointed questions and I might further udd that counsel for replite with suggestions, as to the the plaintiffs frankly stated that the beautifying of vucunt lots und otherPLAINTIFFS DESIRED A DECIS- wise making this a town beautiful by ION ON THE .MERITS OF THE cleanliness and order, The scattering CASE. They want to know if one tax ot waste paper, the pasting and paint, after another can be voted until in the ing of signs on the side walx were judgment of the trustees it sufficient freely talked of but the batteries of sum has been raised to conduct the all were aimed at the pestiferous fly, school according to their notion. ''Head 'em olT und you won't have to Whether the board of education had swat 'em", seemed to be the unanimous the right to order an election to beheld opinion of those present. in October, 1913, for the purpose of asIn the summer, when the flies are certaining the will of the people upon thick, the wish will be frequently heard the subject of the additional tax pro- thut preventive precautions had been posed, and whether the people hud the taken. In the course of an inspection, right to vote the tax which they did January 7, by the sanitary bureuu of vote, are the questions involved upon New York, in response to complaints this appeal. . . . regarding a heap of manure, dirt and I limit the inquiry to this section of rubbish not fur from u public school in the Statutes because If the authority u crowded district of the city, a rather to do what was done cainut there be startling state of alfuirs was revealed. found, there was noouthurity for it. . . The heap of manure was found partly It therefor" seems that it was the covered with tar paper and rubbish in manifest puriiose of the Legislature to which, despite the cold weather pregive to the people in these consolidated vailingand there had been not long districts a free hand in the imposition before u scries of days with the temof tuxes. This statute is complete in perature well down toward zero flies itself upon this subject. It does not were observed to be actively breeding. depend upon any other statute, nor is The Bulletin remarks, "This emphasizes it necessary to consider any other in the importance of properly caring for its construction. Where there is, us In horse manure throughout the year and this case, no statutory limit, the power teachers anew why the filthy fly is alUntil definite preto levy property und poll tuxes for ways with us." school purposes Is committed to the cautions ure taken during the winter to people of the district. . . . prevent the accumulation of heaps of The section of the statutequoteddoes filth und particularly piles of horse not limit either the umount of property manure, in exposed situations under or poll tax thut may be levied, nor is conditions favorable for breeding, the there any limitation on the number of fly wilt probably continue to be the elections that may be held to Increase nuisance and the serious danger to the tax to such a sum us will be suffici health that it has always been. Carroll-Sustaining. have been successful with uny medicines," said Dr. Andes, "it u because the preparations contain real merit. "I have in my einplojment in my laboratories in Cincinnati Dr. Alber Schnell one of the greatest German chemists in this country, and every bottle of Andes medicines are prepared under his personal supervision. My plant is inspected by the government pure food agents every sitv days, and has the O. K. of the government on every articles that is placed on the market. "The public must realize that I do not claim to have a panacea for all ills, but what I claim my medicines to cure I back up with my word and more money than any man that has ever ad vertised a medicine in the State. Every bottle of Andes' medicines are sold with a guarantee by the druggists tu do just what I claim or money will be THE SUMMERS. returned. A Clever Versatile Duo, presenting "The success the preparation has high class and interestan exceptionally achieved here in Garrard County is ing musical and Dramatic program ample evidence that my confidence bus this Thursday evening at the School been well placed. Auditorium at 8 p. m. See the Sum"A large percentage of your best mers for a high class entestainmcnt. people ure now using Andes' medicine This Company is under the manageand they are daily testifying to its ment of The International Bureau. marvelous power as a medicine of excatarrh, Let us put Rubber Tires ceptional value in cases of troubles, stomach, liver und kidney on yourBuggyfor nervous debility, und as a tonic, also as a system builder it has no equal. W. Romans. "It is true that the demand for Andes has been large, but no larger than 1 exnected." I TL- HI t Lancaster und Garrard County is II blUU ! only awakening to the appreciation of Killtrd Ily The Woman. Cl.lb. the full value of these great medicines, they are sola by The McRoberts Drug I "If Jiininie Van. Fastest Dancer in act It's n I'liliiRT & LnRue. in tlicir famous musical winner. Good Rrunmliir I Pictures Each Night. lvfTv" Kriil.iv Miiihl $ "Twnntv Milliim IVillnr MrVW n.VBVM Ten Days 9 9 9 9 J. $12.00. lie nUlllctllS ni..t Co. FARM FOR SALE. Farm containing !X ucres, three miles north of Lancaster on the Lexington pike, well improved with good stock barn and till necessary out bu.ldingi, with never failing springs und splendid The young orchard in full bearing. residence contains ten rooms, with bath This and other modern conveniences. has been mostly in gruss for the past years und is now reuily to grow Sixty-fivacres in hemp or tobacco. bluegrass, the balance in clover aiid meadow. The desirable locution, fertility of the soil, makes this a moit desirable home. For further particulars, apply to Alex West, Lancaster Ky. e TH SALE Including United States Nobby Tread, Republic Staggard, Racine Country Road. United States Chain Tread, Goodrich Safty. 30 x 3 32 x 3 33 x 4 34- x 4 - 3 NOW IS OPPORTUNE TIME. has surprised me," says Thus A. Killson. the creut inventor and manufacturer, "to see how Americans over this war. have become They seem to be stricken with asortof commercial paralysis. They ought to get out and do something; now is tho oportune time. Whv, you can put u building up cheaper today than you could before the wur, and yet many of our supposed good business men will wait until the war is over as a sign ot prosperity, und pay more fur the building. The wise man will prepare now for the boom in trade that we shall soon experience, and which will bo tremendous after the war." "It weak-knee- d Plain tread of all the above makes cash only, as follows. 30 x 3 $ 8.30 10.82 12.41 17.71 18.08 "Runaway June," at Roman's Opera Night-- See is shown Monday Call on us for prices on all sizes and treads. House each it. We have a large stock of Buggies and Wagons to seLet us make lect from. you prices on them. W. J. Romans. 6onn & Arnold Danville, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday April 1, 1915 y Page 5 j A, WHATS THE ANSWER? H H lpHH 0M For Your Spring and Easter Outfit, gj M AJH II W In. V mm Ready-to-we- ar m t K iiJ J S B Garments ever shown in Lancaster. the most complete line of Ladies A look will convince you that we can give you quality and save you money at the same time. This wonder- ful combination has been worked out by carefully selecting our Merchandise and constant study of our business. Let's get acquainted. We have on display Mr. Stepen Estes of Kirksville was Lexington where Walter pursued a " gust of his sister Miss Mattie collegiate course and. at the same FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN S time, began his work in the Herald JJODU Etes from Sunday until Monday. Mr John Oaks visited his parents Sun"ewspapei writer. Later. Mr. Eurl Tatem has returned to Lan-- 1 l,ict' 89 day, finding his mother very ill. ,naue u caster after severaldavs visit to friends ' m '"c,",." Mr. and Mrs. John E. tou' 01 t"1' continent, augmenilug nis Stormes Rm relatives in Harrodsburg and fi-- n. I Ffin PPVT..10 rise in the world by contracting a mar- - anJ stal)ei were visitors in Lexington Tuesday. 'Davis, ville. W- . A Rrtcf Mention ol Iht Coming and nage with a young woman of the .Mrs. James Hebly of North Middle-tow- n Frencn nobility. Mrs S. I). Murphy of Liberty is For Sale;-- 8 foot extension table. visiting rcr sister, Mrs J. O. Bogie. has returned home after severa-day- s For some time now Mr. W. S. Hiatt Jbeo Currcy. stay with her sister. Miss Mattie has been located in New York Citv, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.iymonil Haselden -- . ,n Estes on Richmond Street. For Sale Cheap: Full set oak dining , . Iwh the Mecca of all literary aspirants, as mutorcd to the city of Lexington Tues.Mrs. W. B. Mason. Monday on business. The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday as n successful magazine contributor, room furniture, each, fjlven by theLancas-ito- n Ten additional day. of tf. afternoon at the home of Misses Martha hut leaves shortly for Europe to fill Reverend j. Rockwell smith u con. Automobilo Contest.! Association in Mrs E. B. Denham of Stanford has and Helen Gill in the south surburb. a couple of contracts for syndicate fined to his home hy a severe cold. For Sale or Trade:-On- e 22 Remington bwn the guest of Mrs Hairy "Land and the Lardiess." was the articles to Ancrican newspapers on repeating rifle. Shoots shorts, longs . his impression of the Great Conflict. Carlton Elkin hu returned (mm a subject considered. and extra longs, good as new. Apply I visit to relatives in the city of Atlnnta. George H. Uroaddus, a student at this office. Miss Kathleen Walter will entertain Reverend S. tt. l'ollltt rnndncted a Berea College has been visiting home! frijay evening at a Chafing Dish Party folks. Wanted. in compliment to Miss Ann Melvin of meeting for several days near Mrs. J, I). Bourne and son, Bradley Tennessee and Miss Edna Berkley, two Good second hand hemp brakrs, (By Wm. F. Miller.! College students. Chas. W. Caldwell. Mist Dove Harris of Danville watt up Bourne, visited relatives in Lexington Hamilton Miss Morriss room very delightfully Sunday to see her sister Mrs. S. II. Sunday. Miss Edna Berkley student of Hamil-- 1 Danville. Ky. citertained the school last Friday Anderson. Mr. R. G. Ward, of Cincinnati, was ton College will be here to spend the morning. Easter holidays at the Gulley House. Single Comb White Leghorn Eggs. MissTommie Francis has returned a visitor here at his former home on Miss Ezells room will entertain in the ' She will be accompanied by a school from a visit to her cousin Mrs. J. F. Tuesday. morning at 8:15. The public is invited' S. C. White Leghorn stock from mate. Miss Ann Melvin of Tennessee. 'Cummins of Stanford. Miss Bernie Lear of Transylvania Prize Winners at all shows. to be present. Eggs At the recent District Christian 100. Jacoli Y. Robinson who has been University is at home for the Easter The Base Ball Grounds were fixed up for saIe P" lo or Endeavor Convention held at Nicholas- Monday evening and the spirt, is in the making a stay in Columbus, (la., is ex- holidays. J. M. Mount. pected home this week. A Mrs. Joe Cowherd, of Kansas, Citv, ville, young Mr. Robert Kinnaird of ball Dialers for a winine tenm. this city received the compliment of game will likely be played the middle SINGLE COMB BUOWNLEGHORN Mrs. W. S. Fish of Stanford has been was here for a short visit with relatives being elected to the office of District nf Anril, j EGGS from healthy farm range, winter visiting her sisters, Mcsdames S. D. this week. vice i'rt8iuent. The Exhibition of School work was layers. Fifteen forCO centsone hundrCochran and V. A. Lear. Mrs. L. N. Miller is in Richmond ( The C. W. B. M. nux.hary of the well attended last Friday evening. ed for $3.00 CASH. Judge Homer W. Hatson of Louis-- 1 visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erie C. Farra. t'nr'3tlan church is observing the Week Domestic Science, ManualTraining and ville is heic for a visit to his father Mr T Wilson Lancaster, Ky. of Prayer program arranged as a scr- - of the entire school was put on display.' R. II. Ilatson and family. Box, 272. MrnndMrs Robert Collis of Rich-- , ies of exercises to precede Easter Sun-mon- d Th ones who attended were loud in were here this week visiting ,ay, holding a service on every Kldcr F. M. Tinder is at home after s. their praise for the school. Some Real Bargains. a visit of 10 days to his brother Dr. J. nating afternoon of the present week. Mr, Robt Dunn, together with three II. Tinder of Birmingham. 1 have two good Wheeler Mr. John Shackelford has joined his j Frienj3 &. Wilson of C. U. of Danville, . other gentlemen, aniI reUtivc3 here have were visitors Monday evening of the Tailor Sewing Machine, suit of furniture Miss Annie Davis McKobcrts of family here at the home of Mrs. H. C. ceiveJ information of tho arrivIl of and an Organ that I will sell cheap. Stanford hnsbeen the recent guest of K8U1"nan little son "Carroll Hairie," to bless the High School Department. They made W. C. Davis. Sir. and Mrs. IE. E. McRoberts. Miss Bettie West returned Tuesday union of Mr and Mrs John Glenn, the several very interesting talks on the from u visit to Miss Mabel Browning happy mother having formerly been University of Little Brittian and exMr. and Mrs. Jesse Walden of Army Mules Wanted. known here as the pretty Miss Bessie tended to Mr. Caneer, Teachers, Boys ville were here Sunday afternoon for of Wincheater. I want to buy some pack mules, Brown. Mrs Glenn is at the home of and Girls of High School an invitation 14 the burial of Mr. Thomas J. Herring. Miss Pearl Oaks is visiting her grand to visit them and especially attend the IJ parents, Mr and Mrs Thomas Oaks at her parents. Mr. and Mrs R. S. Brown, Track meeting to be held in Danville to 5 hands, and some artillery mules out-- , Miss Joan Mount was one of the of Paris, Indiana. 15J to 10 hands high, from 5 to 10 years Ky. April 30th. of-tovisitors and dancers at the big Stanford, old. W. II. Burton. The following attended the District Messrs Mack and Robert Bruce, of hop given lust week at Mt. Sterling. , Lancaster, Ky. Convention of the Christian Endeavor Stanford, were mingling with friends ALFALFA Mr. Featherslone of Lexington was here Wednesday. which met in Nicholasville: Miss Lida FOR HORSES. Raney and brother Hrrry Raney, Mrs. here last Thursday demostrating the Buggies. Wanted: Mrs. E. L. Owsley will leave the last J. A. Anion and son Will Rice Amon. Superior as a Raughagc lo tbt Chalmers' Car for which J. F.. Stormes and Automobiles of the week for a visit to Mrs Dave Robert Kinnaird, Milton Elliott, Gowen Much Lauded Timothy. is agent. Dunn of Danville. Bourne, Glass Carrier. T. J. Price. ' What en 11 lx' done to rid farmers of to and Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stantheir prejii'llce iignlnst fcedlm: ulfslfa Mrs J. O. Bogie and Mrs S. D. Mur-ph- v Bert Embry, and Robinson Cook. ford were over Sunday with Mrs. to horos': writes .1. M. Shirley In them in now before attended the Lutes-Fishwedding Miss Sue Shelby Mason leaves todav Hoard's Dairyman. Thcr think alfiiir.t Acey's parents Mr, and Mrs. Win we have workat Danville, Thursday. Phone No. 5. Hughes. (Thursday) for a visit of several weeks Is wiikliy and heavy like iluer. It l ma Alfalfa hni none f thnt men. Miss Lida Raney entertained a quar- to Miss Jo Hord Frank in New York. neither Miss Georgia Dunn of near Lancaswhite fuzz on Its steins Unit lias W. Romans t ter delivered an interesting address on tet of the Glee Club singers at a i After completing her visit to New nnd which Is Inclined tovlmer produce 0Tk she will visit her sisters Mesdames "Prison Work" at the District C. E. o'clock dinner Tuesday. City men saj alfalfa Is giwl Henry Falconer in Philadalphia. Roy heaves. Convention ut Nicholasville. cow feed, hut not fit for horses. They Prof. D. L. Thomas and F.lix Reii-nic- Asa Havnes In Hillsboro, Ohio, BANK STOCK FOR SALE. and go right 011 feeding timothy, notwithof Central University, were Mr. John Musselwhite, of Georgia, Wm Fox Logon. Wilkes-BarrPa. standing the fact that timothy causes in our city last Monday. If not sold before, will sell next complimented Mrs. Win. K, Cook, Mrs ","d County Court day, five shares of stock PAINT YOUR CAE YOURSELF Friends and relatives here of Miss W. II. Mason and Miss Sue Shelby Mr. and .Mrs. Wesley Walker and a horse or to be in The Trv OurMohair Tod Drtssine Garrard Bank and Trust Co. Mason by an auto trip to Lexington. daughters nf Danville were recent Nannie fucker will .egret very much rcpacvtl oll llm)Hnt of feiHDK tlluo Thousands of No exerieiice needed. to Icorii of the seiious accident thut hay and too much corn. W. L. Liwson. guests of Lancaster relatives. These same successfully repainted car owners have Mrs. Richard Ilucknvr Spindle Jr. re recently befell her mother, nowfOyears men know thut horses will quit eutlug SYSTEM. ARSENAL cars with the Mr. John Weisenger, of Dunville, old. H(w having sustained a fall at her! corn or oats to oat alfalfa hay, yet turned Monday to her home in Norfolk, 5 -2 perct-Money- -5 -2 per ct. All colors. Va., after a visit of several weeks to was here Wednesday, looking after Home 111 Winchester tind futrereif a they sternly dictate what tho hors some of his valuable property here. her parents Mr. and Mrs. It. V.. thall eat. They do not consider the fracture of the 5 Years Mrs. Tucker Enamel Your Own Lamps With Liquid wishes In the least and do not a, Miss Georgia Dunn, of Truusylvania is a sister of the late' Sir. William horses' Loans made on real estate. If you even use "horse sense." Gun Metal. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Smith have Uuiversity is spending tho Easter holi- Hood and an aunt of Dr. T. J. Hood of Timothy Is a good tiller, but neither need cheaper money on long time, see this citv. completed their household furnishings days with home folks at Marksbury. me about it. a fattcuer nor a muscle maker. Tho Lustre umlimmed by heat, stays on. G. B. Swinebroad, and are now cosily ensconced at their An interesting letter has just been animal lives on the grain fed, not on Miss Gerlrudo Wilkersun has returnM STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. handsome new bungalow on Richmond Lancaster, Ky. When I tell the.e city received by n Lancaster citizen from tho timothy. ed to her home in Stanford after a stay Avenue. Mrs. S. II. Mieks. a woman 6t years men that my horses got nothing more with her cousin Miss Ilillie Wilkerson. old now residing ut Sti W. Elm St., than alfalfa In eat they nay. "Your Mcsdames Hugh Hemphill and James SWEET CLOVER. horses dou't have to work as bard as The Methodist Missionary Society Titusville, Pa., but a resident of this .... .. . . I ...II Arnold have returned to Nicholasville ' The great new fertilizer and land-buildmelon Monday afternoon at tho home plac.s3 years ago. She was h school . . . after u stay of several ;wecks at the or .Mrs. Isaac Hamilton 011 equal to alfalfa in hay und Water girl here both before and after th er or on u dNk with u two liotve drag j bed-sid- e of thslr brother, Mr W. A. Civil War and refers to Miss Pattio chained on behind nnd weighted down pasture, Write for price list of seed Street. Arnold. U'acoak as her chum" and wishes to with rocks. I have raised and fed al- and "Free Circular" telling how to Miss Emma Walker of fier,-,.im- v Mrs C. II, Clark and little daughter, u College will be here to spend the Easter W"n 80"!e,,1""K of l'ur I'1"' falfa for nineteen years and know It grow It. Mury Everlv", have returned to their JOHN A. SHEEIIAN. ,nato' J'1'" former Lancastrian moved will make a young horse out of 11 prevabation with her mother. Mrs. 'John It, D. 3, Falmouth, Ky. noino in i.exingion auer spending in OF THE io me rweysione male 3a years ugo, matura old one. Ford alfalfa and save Walker, week with her parents, Mr and Mrs and before leaving Kenturkv r..sf,I,l ..1 ' lwt two thirds of tho grain, Vim Mrs. Mattie I, Frisblo will leave the Somerset for u time. She referred to wl" nlso occasionally save a horso that Sam llourne. Id die of Impaction If timothy was Mrs. Armp Klkin, who has spent the last oi tne wteK lor a visit of seviend the landmarks about Lancaster unilj weeks to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Price of. Identified herself as "u niece of Martha winter In DeLand, Florida, with her Phillips and u cousin to Laura Dunn." brother, Mr. Tom Arnold, stopped oil wanviue. Fssding Hogs For Profit. Mcsdames J. E. Robinson. B. F, "" "lat ntf 's "u cousin of the Saudi-WalteOno of the big things found out In on her way to Louisville, and make her .Misses Kathleen Walter and i fer K"U." A letter to this venerable late years In feeding bogs Is that they 'i sister, Mrs, Lula Johnson u short visit. .DELICIOUS LUNCHES Ilettio Walker Burnside were recent KeMuY exile hungrying for "home do Immeasurably better when given a It you Mr, Harry Ilosley and wife of Dan certain amount of meat meal with corn W0U I" highly appreciated. visitors in Danville. than to have clear corn. Tho uma ville were here bunday the guests of WHILE IN DANVILLE In Sunday's Lexington Herald, there amount of corn makes fur more pork Miss Mamie Sebastuin, a student to have GOOD Coal as it as Mrs. J. II. Kinnaird. Mrs. Angle IlosIs College, has been visiting, is u very complimentary editorial al- - when the diet Is protetnlzcd. or the i ley who has been with Lancaster rel- at Berea may be obtained ut the to cook with In pre-pari- ng ' Is to have good atives, for several days returned home Miss Sallie Anderson of the Manse lusion to Walters, Hultt, a former protein of meat added to tho almost carbohydrates of tho coru.-Fa- rra section of the county. Lancaster youth who will be readily clear SHOP PERFECT with them. a fnll ton of a meal. We J0""1"!. Corner Main and Third Stteets Miss Sallie Tillett who has beeniuite remembered by tho people of this According to u recent statement in l,lace- ' Food prepared in our Lunche. gopd coal at a Herald Mrs. Bell sick at her home in Hill Court bus the .'Lexington A note by young Hiatt is reproduced onette Department In a most sutllciently recovered as to be able to Hurdette Is seriously ill In Florida, and In full by Editor Breckinridge whop careful and sanitary ranner. kk headache, biliousness, tiilin ami Mrs. Matt Walton go about the house. her sister-in-lagives a comemlatory review of Walter ' hid breath ore, usually caused by inao had been called to her bedside. This Mrs. Ed Trice, Misses Tommle Watt's rise to eminence. After the tiya botls. Get a box of Rcxall will be learned with much regret by Francis, and Martha Kavanaugh and death here of Walter Watt's father, j Ordcruts. They act gently and effeclucorpoulvd tively. Sold ouly by us at 10 cents. her many friends here at her former Mrs, Robert Collis of Richmond were which occured at the dwelling of Mrs. Danville, Kentucky. place of residence. visitors in Danville Monday. 11. C. Kaulfman, the family moved to R. E. McRobsrtt Headquarters for Genuine Gossin About Little. Ophelia Oaks has been of tonsilitus ery ill the ULIVKK, SYRACUSE AND JUHN DffiKt Steel Plows, best plows made. Jno.Deere and Oliver Sulky Plows VULCAN PLOWS at Cost. prizes $5. ter Merchants the PPie J ,m T'l,! J. R. Mount, Son & Co. schoolTotes. I SPR IS AT HAND. 1 CLEANING Everything in l. Carpets, Mattings, . Druggets, Furniture. the Automobile. We give free coupons for Harry Anderson Fr 200 Surrles paint rush, repair. Bring the expert J. "" f m Zl.Z u' 5 i 'T' THE QUEEN Kitchen oCadies: that will tell essential just things guarantee fair price. """ ... jTXUi Wta&VU&Oj Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g Go Shop - tPcrfoct Page 6 FARM The Central ftecord, Thursday April ! 1 . 1915. 't I 8TOCK. DAIRY POINTERS. A dairyman the first year of milking Is the proper time In which to tiiakx the foundation fur n persistent milker. The coming spring will he n good time to send tlie scrub bull to the block nnd stnrt In with n pure bred. A mid ntlu s II I check the How of milk ns much ns n snowstorm If the cows nre exposed. took out for the gentle bull. Ilcmcmhcr that It Is not usually the roaring, bellowing, blustering bull that docs the killing. Keep the cows In clean yards during the dny nnd supply rations of food value to keep up tho production of the herd to a paying point. - MT. HEBRON Mrs. J. I, Crawford Is very low with pneumonia, Mr, F, V. Montgomery was In Lex Inglnn Saturday. Horse Season I Rrou ml flaxseed or should lie put In the sheep grain ration to ward nil routlpa-Borne Ion. Stop! Look! Listen! I , rrt H LET THE CENTRAL Print Your HORSE and JACK Cards. . RECORD uanvme aatuniay nignt. Mr. Homer Humphrey and Misses Martha and Jennie Thompeon enterSELECTING SHEEP Tho dairy cow when dry should be tained quite a number of young people at a party at the home of Mr, and Mrs fed chiefly on roughage. A small at Lee Grow Saturday evening. An en FOR THE FARM FLOCK lowanco of grain, say two pounds joyable evening was spent. dally, will be ipilto enough, provided On Saturday afternoon at the bus she Is In reasonably good physical condition, and It Is well to hnve It rlcb In ness meeting the church called Kev. J, The partlculnr breed of sheep to be W. Mahan, present pastor, for an in useful on ttie farm Is not us Impor protein. definite time. Itev. Mahan has served 11 rnn or oats, or n mixture of bran tant as good Individuals of wlintcrcr the church here for four years and breed chosen, writer IU A. Hiiyrio In and onts with n little oil meal, or some good has been done under his tlio Hural New Vorker. A sheep that Is other feeds rich In protein, makea a much psstorage. a poor doer answers the snnio purpose good combination for n cow before says Hoard's Dairyman. Corn In cutting down profit as n oor cow calving, If You Are Losing Wef-J- it only on a smaller scale. Hear three silage and roots nre very acceptable things la mind In selecting or culllifc feeds If the cow has no pasture. In antl your nerves arc in bod condition, we recommend a Uock of whatever breed. First, good connection with the succulent feed the conformation because It counts for so cow should have a lllieral allowance of SSacdffi. much, nnd the rest amounts to so little clover or alfalfa liny, or some other HBssMkaesM blllUiaiWII without It; second, size, and third, roughage rich In protein. A cow nt this time should not lie fed fleece. ft food and nerve tonic prescription mora roughage than she will cut up More can lie told of the ability to R. E. McRobrU turn feed Into something more profit- clean. If fed too lllicrally there Is able by the conformation or shape of danger of her getting Into the habit of eating tho most palatable parts of the a sheep than anything else. We look for a round liody, made so by the roughage nnd wasting much good feed. spring of the ribs, broad across Mud A cow on pasture needs no grain, but quarters, also broad breaxted. making n little roughage would lie very ac K Of fme Utctt Outfit, Including Horses, both fore nnd hi nil legs wide apart: ceptable. Of course. If the animal feed thick through the heart, with no cut- thin In flesh n It Is well to depend wn en Vesicles, Ete. place Just hack of the grain. The mount must out or cared-lupon the condition of the cow shoulders: a short, rather thick neck, tirely If the cow has been properly fed carried up like n stylish horse. All On county court day, in Danville these things put togrther In one sheep there will be no necessity of Agiving April Jr 1915. promptly at 10 o'clock. calving. bran Indicate a big eater nnd a digestive any medicine after 1 will sell entire livery outfut, in nnd assimilative machine Insldo that cluding all vehicles, horses and livery equipment of every kind, all to be sold separately nnd not as a whole. riaving a contract to buy war mules, r And it impossible to continue my livery business. This is to be an absolute sale, and will be conducted without reserve or In going lo mill from work. see Hint liothlni; strike jour horses' heels ns tin')- - wnlfe nlntig. Nothing worries some Iwrsc more I tu n I tint t A of sows should Ik- - bred to farrow it nt tlie sump time us "Possible. In in(H of u Utter mill mi untisiinlly smnll Inrse one tin- - litters iiiu lie evened up n yl nil cnnv liim-llicFifteen different breeds of sheep ore now ri'itf iilr.nl. Mnny ii cm m1 horse hits been spoiled by n ynnkltig driver. All the time tapping u horse with (hi tvhln injikea Itltii IhlliL vnn X lo not inpiin a tiling you sny or T ilo to I f til. Intelligence In feeding ii ml T handling should control the In-- I conic from tbo Ikxtm. They nre shipping horses nnd mules out of our country hy tho Mla llettlo Wa. In I s.lnrrlnn tliotisnnds nnd is seems to me the hast time in the world to rnlsc nil shopping bntunlny. Horn on the 2d Inst to Mr. and Mrs, wc cnn. L.. K. Speaks, a fine baby girl. Mrs. Mollle Splvy and children left Old Black Joe, Young Napo and Silver Silk will make hunilay for Louisville where they will the season 1915 at Ben Ham's barn, Hyattsvlllc, Ky. reside, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Naylor of Jud- son were with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grow, sunuay. OLD BLACK JOE Jock, over IS hanth, cictrn henvy body nnd lorge to be nn excellent breeder. The first mule that a large crowd attended services nt he sired, sold for $90 00 cash, nt weanintf time. Any Jack (lint will this place Sunday and a very generous sire n mule that sold for $90,011, ,ist fall, deserves the patronage of contribution was given for Home and the county. foreign Missions. Mrs. W. L. Grow and little daughter and Miss liessie Hogers were with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kogers at Mist Ode Coulter of Ilryantsville block A ville was the guest of Miss Mary Slier- bone nnd has proven row saturuay night. CARE OF COW BEFORE AND AFTER CALVING YOUNG NAPO coming three Hint bids fair to make a This is n splendid Jack. He is by Nnpoleon Drd.. the largest Jack that I hnve ever seen nnd out of n John Morgan Jennet. He will be permitted to serc n limited number of marcs. I SILVER SILK A 51 inch pony, benutifully marked with while mid black, nnd large enough to be useful not the piny thing size. He is n grand son of Dock Grey nnd out of nn excellent pony They will cuch stnnd nt mnre $8.00 to Insure A Living Colt. S. H. ALDRIDGE. LANCASTER, KY 3 SSrsSl A Lien retained on nil col'.t imtil season is paid ami the season is line from the mnn who bred mare if parted without our consent. Very cnreful, but not responsible for accidents. E. B. HAM. HYATTSVILLE. PUBLIC SALEf Duke Of Denmark, A Jr u This richly bred Scddle Stallion will make the season of I9IS at my stable on the Ituckeye pike, about '1 miles from Lancaster, Ky,, at the low prior ef $8.00 TO INSURE LIVING COLT. by bid. II. (i. FOX, Danville. Ky, Capt, T. t). English, Auctioneer. I'KDIOItEK Duke of Denmark, Jr... by Duke of Carrard. he by the old Duke of, Denmark. Kirst dam of Duke of (larrapl. the House mare, she sired by old lllsck Squirrel. Kirst dam of Duko of Denmark, Jr., Anne Hell by Wallace Denmark, and out of I.ady Morgan, by old Stonewall Jackson. The Duke is a beautiful rich red bsy stallion. 10 years old and has prsven to be a sure foal producer and a tine breeder of combined horses. See him before- youjbreed. retained on all colts for season money. Care taken to prevent ac cidents but not responsible should any occur. High-Clas- s CLARENCE BEAZLEY. BLEUCHER Kecord'iSK Work at Reasonable Prices PEDIGREE WORK A Cheviot belong to the middle wool class. The staple la somewhat longer and a trltle coarser than- Shropshire, but brlnga a high price tn tb American market. Aa a pro- ducer of high quality mutton the Cheviot ranka high. The ewes are proline and are excellent mothers. The weights for ewes ore from 120 to 150 pounds, although welghta of 900 pounds are occasionally reached. The ldeat weight for a ram la Zt pounds. The picture showa a Cheviot wether. will make the- most fat and flesh pos sible from the feed eaten after grow ing the fleece nnd keeping up the wear of the body. Ewes of this type never have n starved lamb, unless tbey are Sheep built starved "themselves. opposite pattern of tint ribs nwl consequently narrow body, with nnr- row chest, cot hams and long gnowe neck are dainty eatoin. hard to fatten-- , poor mothers and die easily nnd early. Select nnd breed for large size up to a certain point. Extreme geclraens of size In any family of lire stock are not usually as well shaped or early maturing nor ns profitable generally ns the more tidy medium pattern. It seems lo be n rule of mi t nre to build conie nnd loosely the plant or animal tlia; fc a giant in Its family. A Uock nil tliesttnn1 size and shape will sell well U'caue uniformity pleases the eye. Tin fnrt that sheep grow wool that can ninny gives 'them an be sold nt some prh-extrn chance over other stock to iy for their feed nnd cure. It will riw very little more to grow n big hheep with n ten pound llccce than the witmkind with a six Hinm .oat: at least I four poiind of wool will mil. provided the sheep are otherwise the fcamo. cost ns much In fits! as It will bring on the wool market. - hsrdr breeds of sheep known. The The Cheviot Ii one of the most Personal Stationery SHould be Engraved ErnboMcci nowadays. It reflects good or 46158. lIMsl.. Triiil'ilti. lute and favorable , HnlPIIrother to I.uls VaUs(2) Trotten.iltjown Stallion, about ISi hands, foaled Standard ltccisUjreJ.Vot 18. II. Ik Nllhl sire ul ?i. ne llfht lutty Hilb4lhl rllrnl Hrool IWM-- . Krcord tlllUt Iisik Wli. Jin Slreol llllljr Hurt J.O.V.. Hbtwbej 3:e1! .. Meutuw Jennjr (II. broo-mnrwHrook Knmi llrr.l t llrook 1.ill. Zerrllie ,at not nake a great deal of difference whether a cow is milked slowly or rapidly, provided the mUklng la always dona uniformly and regularly. Some have considered It a Utile betl.r to milk a cow rapidly than to milk too "lowly, tt doV not matter whether tb cow Is fed. before milking or after milking. Moat farmera, however, feel that It Ls the better practice to feed befoni milking, but cattle are creatursa of habit, and feeding done rsgularly is more Important than the time tt Is done. onca-aextt- e a It doe improHoo. Suppose yen come and see the. many beautiful samples we have aad get our prices, CD J. ( Vlil:.v'e. Sllenflki, ltmeKitM. NtximUi HrslKlmum. lirral Hruxl Mara. ( ll.rrr tk,tttv. ' Slreof!ljr iLie. al b I. ( .Urjon. ttt, Jul. Nnrwnml Helle Mr Nurxmi.l-Jil- SPECIALTY. f.'r.',. . Ijidjr z in. Vic. Hrlllirmik 'run Central Record. tu 0 CIo u.ni ol i.aie HlruolM-It. t 11; om u a lialr slitrr In mtteel llfuok S.IS'j WkiM4r ( la nireui it in 2110. .Id. r Hmi-lYurke( Iilu Klliel. nil" Hjr strattunurr' Urn, ) I'mm IMiJ. M.II.H nnllM ISL 11. mot Huinierr3. eiii hi M1,. Sllrer Kslk, (II 1 olt. , link.. lltl.T i , II. run ll., Hu.le . Satisfaction Guaranteed. a.2.JI4 J ., n.iiv ci.r HIicaH'.H Wllkr.ISlt, Il.lt MM.r to Hllrnl f Jeliur ClerlllM.k l.KK Rj..HI I I. y Hr ll.rt. (Ila IS. l J:l'-.- . ami Mil. CI. r Ham ol Mlenl llnxik rrn- viv i .Niiiwow.1 Mnnrleo l i.ii w Wllke. l.m of - - THE - - Silent Hrook. M7f, 2:10,. siroof Klry Burk Meadow rtrook 2:0C. Kmtna Hrook SaWJ. I.ady my Shawbav 2:07J, Zarrine 2K)7. Hetty Hrook Itellbrook 2:10, Ilutter Hrook 2:10b Silent Itrtxwle (2) 2:10, Mnruneet llathgate stable at Marksburv. Ky., at (.0 (1) 2:07., His a Living Colt Clay,2:1U. etc. Sired dam of Chatty Directwas grandam etc. Pruv dam, Jenny also produced1 Ketldie Clay 2:25t, unit of J. - in Moko 24157; sire of Kereno 2KI5J (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Hrenda GarrarJ IVeiThie, 6503. is a finndividual. Kod style and action. Sired-b- Yorke (3) 2K)it. (rVturity winner) (5) Native llelle (2) 2.71 (Futurity Hex Pwnino 1TO6, grand sir,. tte winner.) (3) (chrmpion3.yearild filly, ) Manrlco (3) 2:071 (Futurity winMcDonuld KCt. 1st dam Gordo. Lady ner,) Silver Silk (4) 2;0H. Susie N. (3) (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10, ky Mobel2:10i, Molester 2:101,. Mumaatwr 2U1. Siliko )3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) G3a0. she by Cerro Gordo 1022; h etc. Sireddiurmof The Harvester 2:01 (rhampion trottinK stallion,) Viln (4). Illack Squirrel 58. Martha Tipton (4) 2:0Ui. O'Neil (3) 2:13. etc. Hrother to Humps 2:03,. Haion 1 1. 2:10. etc. Hleucher 40158, record 2:'"Jt, trial mile 2:11, naif in IMG, last quarter in will also at the same time and place 32 seconds, W a handsome seal brow horse, and will weigh 1100 iounds. He greatly resembles his good, sire Silent Hrook and is out of Clayo, by the great make the season of 1915 at a Living Colt Futurity sire Moko. marked tlio exhaustion of foreign supply and we may ex1 Foreign demand Tw VitiM liv ltY Pennine t7Jrv 1st pect the rail for our horses to coutinuo long after the war is over. Our advlo Piles In Pigs. rla, nnillu OWI "nil Hum llhm Streak to mare owners is to breed their inures and to breed them to stallions of nieiit When pigs suffer from piles Mop Feeding Dairy Cattle. feeding Mini and for a thne feed a by Curtis I'eavln. by IVavine 85. and proven worth as sires. Hleucher is just the tyK to produce the colts that A ration for iliilrv COWS mllst tlO Ixlllight slop of milk, oatmeal creeiieii These are Doth combined horses and will supJy the demanJ. Ills colts have proven tine, with nice head and neck nnd ollmenl, keeping the bowels active. atable nnd contuln sncculcnce If In'st the best in the country, being of the and plenty.of bone aril cenformution. Constipation may Induce piles (live results are wanted. Silage, beets, mini-f.nTills great trotting Stallion will make tho season of 1915 at my stable in nrii(n Hint sulked beet nuln are same breeding as the fatnou.s show the pigs n chance to take iilnmdai.t ex crcNe. Clean the Iioiim and feeding good sources of succulence and render horses, Kdnu Mais Hazel Dawn. Jack Lancaster. Kentucky, at plncu every day. Ibtthe protruded parts the ration palatable. Corn sllnge Is the Straw, TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. I will also at th same time and place with warm wnter until clean: then cheapest and most economical, excct small herd, where it tioea not pay stand my bit; Jack, relira smear with sulphur ointment mid of to build o silo; then roots or soaked turn to place, tilve a beet pulp make a good sutxtltute, A sulphur onco dally to each pig. JOHN MORGAN, JR., 3705 good dairy row can cnusume with profit Ave to ten pounds of grain n day, at $10.00 to insute a living colt. John Grooming the Horses. I will also stand this beautiful ShetDo not depend wholly on the feed to thirty to forty )ounds of succrlent feed Morgan, Jr., was sired by John Morgan and ten pounds of good hay. keep the horses In good condition. Import- land Stallion for the season of 1916 at he by Marraaduke and out of an Grooming has n great deal to do In tho He has proven to be a ed Jennet. Feed the Milk Producer. matter of keeping hon.es looking well my,itable. In Lancaster, Ky,, at Dairying Is tho kind of business that great mule Jack, is 15) hands hih, nnd In good coiidltlou: hence It Is poor pays for the right kind of nn Invest- good bone and a fine individual. This ' policy to neglect It. (lire them n little by Thos. Hill $10.00 To InJOrtJA Liring Colt. jxtra grooming this winter. This Is ment, nnd In this case the Investment Jack was bred and raised a It Is In cows nnd feed. It ls nor policy of Iiuckeye. not attended to on many farms to try to shorten the ration. I hae a big type POLAND CHINA I am prepared to take care of mares tuould tie-UOAIt that I will stand for tt.00 cash on grass at lOctt per day. Lleni rebooked. or $1.60 whtn Lien retained on all colta for service tained on colts for service fee, mash over which some warm wuter has been poured Is u very acceptable feed, especially In cold weather, (irotind oats mixed with grain anil a pall of warm water cau Ihj given, for It will be found that her feverish and. ex hauttl condition nt this Hum demands considerable water, and It N mm Ii better to he given warm than cold. She should not be cxponcd to rold draft of air. of her milking perl-m- i At the I the cow should be fed very lightly , of grain, but n liberal allowance of ( good silage, roots and hay. As she gains strength and resumes her normal condition the grain portion of her raThr lucrenw tion may lie Incieiised. may he kept up as long us the animal responds to the extra feed. When she-bo- s reached her maximum flow of mlllt she should be fed a little less grain. CARRARD PEAVM at tni J HS.lll-- l ll.rl.f () f Will imJte the season of 1915 2il, $15. to Insure 2ll TRY VINE $ 5. to Insure ttc $20.00 Barlowe CENTRAL Lancaster, Ky. Vote For Your Favorite in The PONY CONTEST 1000 Vote oh every subscription, Hew fee. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Money due when mare la tradedr parted with. Care, taken to prevent Money due when colt is foaled or Jmare parted with or brad to other stock accident but not responsible, should anyoccur. without permission. HARK GOINS. Markdbury, Kentucky. Phone 95. W. B. BURTON, Lancaster. Ky. or old. The Central Record, Thursday April SPEAKER CLAUDE B. TERRELL 1 1915. Is H.l m CASTORIA Tor Infants and Children. IS SEEKING NOMINATION BY DEMOCRATS Notice Bids Wanted. by the fiscal court of Garrard county on April filli 1915 for repairing the following turnpikes in Garrard County Ky., for the yenr ending December 15th 1915. Quarries will lie furnished by the county on sections where tho county owns quarries, where none is owned by tho county, contractor must furnish sufsame. Said metal shall be ficiently fine to pass through ajtwo Inch ring at its greatest diameter. Said metal shall be spread by contractor be Bids will be received Mtmi 1 V VncalCr A Third Message To the Business Men Page 7 FOR TREASURER gyi The Kind You Have Always Bought Trimble County Man Submits Candidacy to Voters in Primary of August 7, Upon Record of His i Public Services in General Assembly. ru I I fiSB llfglhcSwmifiiiaivilJdsof Bears the Signature of HAS TWICE PRESIDED OVER HOUSE of Lancaster IVomolesDitfcjtlonnirfifii- neas am tes ron j nt nptow OjiliimXorphinc nurAHCUIlC. Wtf Xn- - nortal Prosperity and local pilde are twins. They are born at the same time and grow up together. Knthuslasm for the home town is a great thing for local business men. Once developed, this feeling shows direct returns In more sales and bigger profit. Have you ever seen a shabby town proud, or prosperous? Good paint Is a powerful factor in keeping prosperity after community has won it. We sell and recommend JMvrtfotjiiiamiimm tween October 15th and December 15th, In (WWW. Annfrf I Rrw Jv for Ormsfltfr MB 8 Ion . Sour StoiMcIi.DUrrtm Worms jCotrvuljwniJniTOs; ncss and Loss o Suzr. I Use For Over r unless otherwise ordered by county road engineer having charge of work. The breaking, measuring and spreading of said metal shall be under supervision of county road engineer. Said turnpikes are laid ofT in sections as follows District No 1 Sect; White Lead Phoenix Painter (Dutch Boy " Trade Mark) as the base of "quality-firstyou and your business. paint to work far paint. Put some "lead-aml-oiCall us up. We sell all good painting requisites. C. C. 5 J. F STORMES, Druggists. Lancaster, Ky. leo'u FetS" Facsimile Slftajartof The CtNTAun ComtaW, NEW YORK. Thirty Years MlillrirriaW lisact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA AMERJeei rsT-ORIGIN &. tion No. 1. New Danville pike to dix rods of rock. river with Section No. 2. Lexington pike from Lancaster to Fork Church with rods of rock. Section No. 3. Sugar Creek pike with rods of rock. Section No. 1. Buckeye pike from (!) rods of Lancaiter to McCreary with rock. Section No. 5, Old Danville pike to Bruce's bridge with rods of rock. Section No. (i. Crah Orchard pike to Gilberts Creek bridge with - rods of rock. Section No. 7. from Gilberts creek bridge to Lincoln County line with "TsssT" ! tTo INSURE In a Leading I ttX I American Company Such as the Springfield Fire and Marine. CAPITAL 2,SOO,000,Oo THOMAS & EL.KIIS, Agents. I I ! rodi of rock. Section No. 8. Stanford pike from Lancaster to Lincoln County line with - rod of rock. Section No. 9. Richmond pike from rods Lancaster to llvattsville with of rock. Sectim No. 10. from Hyattsville to rods of rock. Fairview church with CLAUDE It. TERRELL. District No. 2. Section No. l'Lexing. Mr Terrell has for quite a number ton pike from Fork church to Dix river March 25. The BKDKOIID. KY rods of rock. Honorable Claude II. Terrell, of Trim- of years been a member of the Board and Uryantaviile with Section No. 2. Lexington pike from ble County, today announced himself of Trustees of the State University, a candidate for the Democratic nom. Islington, and has taken an acttvo Bryantsville to Kentucky river bridge nation for State Treasurer In the part In the conduct of the University, with rods of rock. Statcprlmary of August 7, next. He and shown much Interest in all eduSection No. 3. Bryantsville and Sugar will make an active campaign for the cational matters that came before the Creek pike with rods of rock. legislative sessions over which ho nomination. Section No. 4. Bryantsville and Cane He bases bis candidacy for Mr. Terrell Is one of the best presided. rods rj rock. Bun pike with known of the younger Democrats, who State Treasurer on his eiperienre Section No. C. Buena Vista and have been active In politics and pub- - generally as a business man, and berods of lie life during the last few years, and cause of bis knowledge of the State's Kentucky river pike with enjoys an acquaintance that covers, financial affairs through his service in rock. every section of Kentucky. He Is a the General Assembly. Section No. C from C. K. I'oindexter's He presents his candidacy briefly In shop to I. M. Dunn's gate with farmer, merchant and banker in his rods home town. He has served the Trim- the following card: of rock. ble and Oldham District In the Gen- "To the Democrats of Kentucky: District No. 3. Section No. 1. Buckeye "I will be a candidate before you eral Assembly of Kentucky on three pike from McCreary to Buckeye I'ost occasions, twlco without opposition, In the Democratic State primary on rods of rock. and serving at two sessions as Saturday. August 7, next, for the Office with Section No. 2. Buckeye pike frcm Speaker of the House of Representa- nomination for State Treasurer. I feci that my experience In the past Buckeye I'ost Office to Kentucky river tives. rods of rock. with Mr. Terrell first entered State poll- - In a legislative capacity, as member Section No, 3 I'oor Itidge pike from lies In the memorable legislative ses and Speaker of the House of Represion of 1900, when the Goelwl contest sentatives, has brought me closely In Buckeye pike to Pleasant Hill school He was a touch with public affairs of Kentucky was before that body. house with rods of rock. Tho member of the Itules Committee of and tho needs of the State. Section No. 4, I'oor Hidge pike from the House, one of the most Important Treasurer, besides the duties directly I'leasant Hill school house to Kentucky positions at that time, and In the connected with his department. Is a rods of rock. gubernatorial contest, following the member of tho State Sinking Fund river with Section No 5. Kirksville pike from assassination of Governor Goebel, be Commission, which has general chargn was a member of tho Steering Com- of the financial affairs of the State, Hyatisville to top of West Hill with mittee of the Democratic organiza- and a member of the State Hoard of rods of rock. which Section No. (i from top of West Hill tion In the lower House. He was one Valuation and Assessment, roils of to Madison County line wiih of the five men of that body who fixes the franchise values of corporakept Its records Intact during the days tions for purposes of taxation. I be- rock. when W. S. Taylor prevented the Oen-- i lieve my public experience as a busiand Section No. 7. Teatersville era I Assembly from meeting at the) ness man and legislator qualifies me Bradshaw Mill pike from Teatersville Capitol, and preserved those records, for the duties which are to be perrods of to I'aint Lick creek with so that they were later upheld in the formed on these two boards, as this has given me an Intimate rock. , experience courts of Kentucky. Section No. 8 from Kirksville pike to Mr. Terrell came back to the legls- - knowledgo of public affairs and aclattvo session of 1912, and because of quainted me somewhat w ith the needs Nina with rods of rock. District No. 4. Section No. 1. Fair- was easily of tho State. If chosen for this office. his former experience view church to I'aint Lick station with He It Is my purpose to give my entire elected Speaker of the House, rods of rock. waa returned by his district to the. tlmo and attention to It, to tho end I session of 19H. Oldham County Dem that It bo successfully conducted. Section No. 2. from double setting aside the custom of shall always retain my Interest In on Richmond pik to Cartersville with ocrats rotation In order that ho might be the further development of the educarods of gravel. thus signally honored, and ho was tional system of Kentucky, and my Section No. 3. Fall Lick pike from to the Speakership without deslro to see It become a perfect syspike to Llmore's gate opposition In the House. As presid- tem Is one of the reasons why I Crab Orchard rods nf ruck. ing officer of the lower House he had should like to be a member of the witii Section No. 4. from Elmore's gate to much to do with tho enactment of. next State administration. rods of rock. etui of pike with Important legislation during the sci-- ' "I respectfully solicit your support "CLAUDE II. TEIUIKLL." Section No 5. Lowell and Gillispitt lions of 131! and 1914. rods of rock. pike with Section No. t. I'aint Lick and White rods of gravel, Lick pike with Section No. 7. I'oint Leavell and rods of rock Gooch pike with Section No. 8. Walker Lane pike with rods gravel. The bids will be on sections but bid . RICHMOND, KY, . der will not be restricted tu one section. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TGACHERS J Said bids shall be sealed and u bond will be required for double the amount I'ourM'i lemling M i.ienieiuarv. inirrmiMiato ami i,iiit of Ken Mate (Jcrtilit'utes. Valu In all i .;l.;o 8 of the bid and said bond shall Le aplucky tpeclal foursc and Itevlew Courses. Tuition proved by tho fiscal court, and said Free to Appointees. 1'wo splendid dormitories, ne model school, ncv manual training bulMlnj practice bidder will present with his hid the agriculture, n well vjnlpiml rhixil, department nf name of his proposed surety or sureties. Domestic Kelence. tryniiinl'ili First Term begins K'ptemlH'r 7, Second Term November 10 Third Term The bidding shall be per rod of 225 January 21, Fourth Term Aprils, bummer School neiis cubic feet and contractor will ho reJuno II, Catalogue Free, j ii. cit tlllili, i'rr.l.lriu. quired to comply with his contract otherwise his bond will be declared forfeited. All bids must be filed with the County Judge on or before April 3rd 1915. The fiscal court reserves the right to reject anv and all bids. I toll-gat- e genuine rv r m nd- - V You Can Make Dark Colored Floors As Light As You Wish MARK OF THE MODERN FARM THE Hit; Conceal the wide cracks between boards And hide all stains and imperfections. With a coating that looks and wears like varnished hard wood. And have your old carpets made into a rug All Between Two Sundays 0 FULL WEIGHT FULL SIZE OF WIRE FULL LENGTH OF ROLL McHoberts Drug1 Store 5ecler, 5a"ard & Scott, PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE. Kv jtxvt cfTrwcv vsr v7t.CT fyxijer-.- j jKrtSi.dr v OHOAXIXlil) .V.V.J. & Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTKK, KY. llMorna niSlSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBB' Visit Capital $50,000. H. K. HUDSON. W. (). r.lGNF.Y, Surplus $45,000. J. J. WALK Bit, Vice I'rest. Don't miss the wonderful opportunity for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c President. Ass't Cash'r Exposition San Diego Jot: J. Wai.kkii, W. K. CIIAMl'. Cashier. Jr., r. rr San Francisco Panama California Exposition Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via. If you ate prepared against emergency by having a tank account. that accompanies that Nothing else can quite equal the heart-glofeeling of prepardness. If you are not r. depositor here, start an account One dollar turns the trick. How Much Better You Feel Southern Railway Premier Carrlor cf tho South w? rurtii TT.n tt n atmrrrnr trm iwrnrmm Tr rwr anr - Tor full Information, see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway or write B. H. Todd, District Passen-ge- r Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville, Kv, W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Olllce Phono 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Director anil my lU BBBsRa'w?!SBBfl From $ 10 to $G0 of our profits is whnt everv retail buyer of a Ford will get, if we sell and deliver 300,090 new Fords Iwtween August 1st 191 and August 1, 1915. 1 . Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made hit name famous all ovtr the United StaWt and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Days' Trestment. l 00 Parsley's Indian Ilerbe Dakota Jock's Co boy Liniment Dakota jack's Crcme Soap, I'lke 10e. 1 bars ,0.1. ON SALE AT J. O. Bogie, ' SUBSCRIBE FOR Co. Road Engineer. . The Central Record 1000 Fony Coupons given with every subscription, New or Old. The Surest Way. "My life Is made a burden by bill collectors." "I've discovered a way of getting rid of 'cm that never falls." "For heaven's sake, put me wise." "I pay 'tin, my boy." Boston Transcript. Winch Your Children Often children do not let parents know And the Ford is surely the most useful motor car made, as it fits into the demands of all lines of human life. Is low in price and costs less than two cents a mile to operate and maintain, Ilunabout $440; Touring Car J490; Town Car $G90; Coupelet $750; Sedan $975, f. o. b. Detroit with all equipment. On display and sale at 25 25 THE MADISON INCOKfOlUTKD GARAGE, DAKOTA JACK Noilhwestcrn Cowboy The C. C. 4 J. E. Stormes and R. E. McRocerlJ. okioin.iok or FURSLIY'S INDIAN HERBS they are constiatel. They fear something distasteful. They will likollexall Orderlies iv uuld laxative that tastes like sugar. Bold only by tu, 10 cents. Richmond. - Kentucky. " R, E. McRebsrla Page 8 V -- The Central Record, Thursday April : 1 , 1915. If You Want Good HUDSON DEATHS JOHNSON. Mathew V, the infnnt child of Millard Johnson, died at the latters home last Friday and wan liuried at the Lancaster cemetery Saturday afternoon. ANDERSON. Mr. Tom AnJerson, recently in the employ of the' Lancaster Mill & Elevator Co., formerly with W. A. Arnolds livery stable died Sunday after a brief illness of paralysis. This young man was very industrous ind polite and was popular with all who knew him. We join with friends of the community in deepest sympathy for his bereaved young widow and relatives who are left to grieve the untimely taking: of this polite young nan. HUGHES iu have them that germinate 100 per cent, and lots of GOOD CLOVER and TIMOTHY to go with them. They have reduced all Coal prices. Buy from them and save money. Phone 26. ferred her membership to Second Twelve Mile, and lived a Christian lady all of her life. She was much devoted to her church duties, and took an active part in all movements that elevated and brought souls in closer touch with their Creator. She was strong in faith and to her Christian work. much She was always ready and willing to contribute to the cause of her Master whom she loved and worshiped. She was a kind indulgent mother, a true and faithful helpmate and a splendid neighbor. Her delight was in contributing to the happiness and comfort of others and many acts of kindness grace the pages of her life's record. Mrs. Iieagle was a great Hible student and had taken and was a careful peruser of the Wester Recorder for CO years. She died just as the sun went down, and so ended a life full of good deeds, and that was a benediction to all those who came in contact with her. Falmouth Pendletonian. Mrs. Henry Rubles to mourn the loss nnnnnn ron tfstm of an indulgent fnther. uuurtK The remains will bo laid to rent in the family lot at Mt. Olivet, after1 BIG BREAD LINE funeral services at church tomoirow, Friday. The Hecord unites with their Proccedc From Sale Of Celebrated hundreds of friends in the deepest Tanlac To Feed Poor. sympathy for the bereaved family. mm L l. farmer's column feftft EVERY CHILD DREAMS OF OWNING A J SHETLAND PONY. I GRIFFIN. 1 The remains of James W. Griffin ARCHER. were brought to Lancaster from his Mr. Sampson Archer, aged 65 years' late home in Osceola, Ark., on last and one of the most resDected citizens Saturday afternoon; and after short of the county, died at his home near funeral services at the grave by Rev, Faint Lick. last Sunday, after a lin- F.'M. Tinder, were placed at rest in gering illness of Paresis. The im- the family ot in the Lancaster ceme mediate cause of his death however, tery. to Mr. Griffin s demise Was due resulted from a burr which he receivad about a week previous to his death. stomach stouble, from which he has Mr. Archer is survived by. his wife and been a long sufferer. Besides his wife, wbo before her fourteen living children. He was a member of the Presbyterian church marriage was Miss Jennie Underwood and after short services at the home of Lincoln county, he Is survived by interment took place at the Paint Lick three daughters, Mrs. Joseph Young, of Osceola Ark., Mrs. Robert Bourland, cemetery. of Lawrenceburg, Ky., and Mrs. Frank Curtis of Hazard, Ky., and one son. SPRATT. Jesse Griffin of Indianapolis, Ind., also Mr. W. C. Spratt, aged 77 years and by three sisters, Mrs. Sophror.ia Fbxof long a citizen of this county, died at Danville. Ky., Mra Henry Crumbliss Mr. of Kirgston. Tenn., and Mrs. George the residence of hi j Levi Elam, last Friday and was buried Fmitli Sr.. of Lancaster. Ky., James Welby Griffin was born in at the Goshen cemetery in Lincoln county last Saturday. The cause of Somerset. Ky., and would have been Shortly 'Ill's death was tuberculosis, from which CI years old next August. He was after the war the famUy moved to he had long been a sufferer. a devoted member of the Iiajitistchurch Garrard county, where until a few having affiliated with this denomina- years ago the deceased resided. Upn tion in his early youth. He served leaving Garrard Mr. Griffin went to under General Morgan and was num- Lexington, and from there to Osceola. bered as one ot the oldest confederate Ark., where until a few months ago be He is survived operated a large dairy, but his rapidly soldiers in the county. by two brothers Mr. Frank Spratt, of declining health forced him to disio9e this county and Mr, Henry Spratt of of his Interests. Mr. Grit&i had been Fort Smith Ark., and the following a member of the Christian church sine He assisted in the children, Mrs. Levi Elum and Mrs. his boyhood. orgaization of, and at the time of his .Nannie Onstott. death was an elder in the Christian church at Osceola, and was one of the HERRING. most highly respected and progressive Thomas I. Herring died at hii home citizens of tho city of lib adoption. The deceased had a host of warm in Lexington, Friday night at 10:20 Altho an in- friends in this county, where he so. lung o'clock of pneumonia. He was a man of unusually valid for the puat four years he was resided. Resides bright intellect, jovial, companionable, always cheerful and patient. his wife, who was Miss Nicy Floyd, he, with an ever ready fund of anecdote, a leaves five children, who were at his splendid conversationalist and a lovable bedside: Mrs. Mac Moore, Miss Lee disposition, never so happy m when he Herring. Fleece It. and Flojd Herring, could gather about him a number of of Lexington and Mrs. Victor Uice of Ins friends and regale them with some Danville, and a number of relatives in of his interesting anecdotes. Many expressions of regret at his Mr. Herring this, his native county. Oct. 28, 183G, passing were heard from those who was bjrn and wan u useful and prominent citizen had known and associated with him of Garrard until he cast his lot with when hu ivvd among us, and the Fayette about five yenrs ago where he sympathy of the entire community goes He out to the striken family in their has made many Btaunch friends. was a Kind and loving husband and a bereavement. devoted father. The body was brought here and laid JOHNW. SCOTT to rest iu the Lancaster cemetary by side of friends and relatives who had the Passes Away At Ripe Old Age. gone before. Short funeral services As we go to press sad news of tl went conducted at the grays by Elder death of John W. Scott, one of the mo t F. M. Tinder. promintnt citizens of the Buina Vista section of the county, reaches this ofBEAGLE. fice. Mr. Scott had been In declining Mrs. Elizabeth IJeagle, widow of Rev. health for some time and died from the Jesse lieagle, of Peach Grove, died effects of old age, being eighty years of after an illness of a few weeks at the age, born In 1634. Success crowned the Industrous life borne of her daughter, Mrs. Fredllobbs of this good citizen and he accumulated where she took sick while visiting. Ck. mmm the mother of Hev. Jeaiiu milt a ?ood deal of lironertv and was ' always prominent in that section of the Beagle, lormerly pastor of the Hantist church, but now of Lan county. His faithful wife passed away caster; and C. F. Beagle. Mt. Auburn some months ago and be hasilclned business man and who ha in health rapidly since. He'1 leaves in thlscounty formany eight children, seven sons, Messrs: A. been year; nd Mr. Mary Ellis and Mrs. T A. D Charley, Vlrgtl. William, James nd T. M. Scott all proment Pearl Hobbs, of Peach Grove. Early In life the united with the Klarg citizens and business jnen In that sec one daughter, Spring Baptist ehurcb, but liter trans. tion of the county, and . n n April 1st, 1915. L. T. Cooper, the noted "Tanlac Man," will establish and maintain, at his own ol Perryville, personal expense, 'Uncle" Joe Hopper, a "bread line" in Louisville this winter. Mr. Cooper Answers The Fina Summcks. conceived and began executing this idea a. quietly as he performed his Rev. Joseph Hopper, known to his remarkable relief work among the thousands of friends as "Uncle Joe", i Da ton Uooi sufferers in 1913. died suddenly ajt his home in Perryville Louisville will, therefore, be unique Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. He in its relation with the rest nl the had been in declining health several country, because this city will have months but even his immediate family the only "bread line" outside of New did not realize that the end was so near. York and maybe a few other larger "Uncle Joe" was born in Lancaster, cities of the world, where the An has 86 years ago, where Ball's Grocery been stablished and is now maintained store now stands, nd althohehadlived by the charitable organizations, away from us many years and had! Mr. Cooper spent the afternoon traveled much In the mountain coun-lloskiover several available locations ties, spreading the gospel and leading for the "bread line" and he will uroli- ably be prepared to state definitely by today just where the work will he ter home. Upon the occasion of his last visit carried on. He has also been in here he spoke in a very pathetic way with local bakeries, and an of only one, near his own age, being agreement with reference to the bread left, she being Mrs. Ann Walker. His and coffee supply has been practically visits here were always looked forward reached. to and enjoyed by all denominations. Mr, Cooper, who is ore of the mott "Perhaps be was the best known magnanimous of men, has always hen Presbyterian minister in the State," in sympathy with the poor and unforsaid the Rev. Dr. David M. Sweets, tunates The "bread line" will there editor of the Christian Observer, wbo fore be nly another exemplification of was one of his closest friends. "He en his natuie. A largo percentage of joyed a large friendship everywhere;" fjum the sole of his celebrated work- - preparation, Taiuac. the medicine that "He began as a Sonday-schoer and wa a swet fvbitrpr nf the nlri is accomplishing remarkable re- type", continued Dr. Sweets. "Scarce- - 'suits in caees of catarrh, stomach, lives ly a city or town in Kentucky has not) and kidney troubles, will be devotedto city. heard him. In every nut of the State I tharity artlher children s there are churches which he founded as In commenting cpon this great missions and Sunday schools and which Mr. Cooper said : grew to be sound parishes through the 'Since a. merit bey, I have always He had been Inclined to. inspiration of Us teaching. those wbo were great power with a congregation, hold less fortunate than myself, and. in ing men and women for lengthy periods each city t visit I have invariably with the magic of hie oratory or the shown my smpattw for the poor by. charm of his song. performing tome service at my own 'A remarkable feature of the evan personal etenae- tW. would bring a gelist's work was that herwaa not or bit of genuine cbasUy directly to them.. Since 1875 I. can, thbrefore. imagine nothing, dained untirC7 eara old. he had worked fut the church in all among the several charitable plans L fields of Kentucky,, and I doubt if there now have ;n raUit that will prove,, is a similar case of record where a of. as muchibaneCa as a 'bread line.. preacher waited so long to become u Th neceS3ory derails connected, with minister. He was ordained in March the plan VAiJI be (effected by ine this I&OG, in the Transylvania Presbytery, and for a time was the otGcial evangeTanlac, 'Jiu cuVbrated medicine now list of the Presbyterian synod of Ken- being Introduced by Mr. Cooler, cun tucky. During his labors of forty e bought in Lancaster, Ky.. at yeara 1 believu he brought closo to Irug: stue. 3,000 persons into tho church. "Mrs. llopuvr uieu sewn years ago, Shortly before her death, 'Unci? Joe 'ICE-- ; hia mill ... wif, pulfliruteil thir irnhln . u.uitilinty tiiiiiluur.tirit uml muuauifii. nf I congratulation were rceived f rom f 'f'1 HOPPER ftpuce below lhl hr n2ltiK I for ire tit of onr furmrr ubifrlWrt, the 11 of ttock, giant ami tucli Urm lb Urnier cnuiiuI tlTcftl So notice will llnr. ittit will IWonlrl" rronn. Iff of chuff id eiclu and It for (liinc on to ultfrtiter four of Mr. .1. C. Criscillis.of IlyatUvlllel.TM a nice short horn cow, with younR calf hr wifthp to Keif at Barred Plymotfi Rock Eggs for sale CO cents per setting of 15. Mrs. J. E. Anderson, Phone 324-- Point Leavcll. Kv. era ,. iiii STOLEN;-yellow Jersey cow from my place, at J. L. Dozier, on March Any Information, will be ap 2nd. precis ted and rewarded. W. M. Pointer, Paint Lick. Ky. Mr. Jas. Leavcll of Ilryar.tsville has 20O shocks of fodder to sell, or will feed it out to cattle. FOR SALE:-Te- n ii . :'ijjv infam tons oats. ef efran sheaf JcHn M. Farra. calm. FOR SALE: M good fresh rows and II CI Arnold, HyattwriTJe. Ky. ASK FOR COUPONS AND HELP MAKE ' ft Duroc FOR Jersey boars extra good ones, weighing 100 pvnnas or over, at Jli'.W each. If so Wat once. T1S DREAM COME TRUE. Clarence-- Hall, Elizabeth Conn, 1Oudella Peace, M. Crave. A. It. h'Mndge. Gladys Conn. AH - wk." The following boys- - and sn'rls have expresnud.a desire fur tW ntny and pair 3 year eJd mare Fbr cart and they or their frieada have enrmrlus, broken. If not sold' before, will tered their names as. contretants In sell' in Lancaster next County Court trcding with the diffurra merchant day. appear and busoies men, J. A. Owens, PreachersTillr, Ky. below this, be sure and ictt a roujion l'lnwe 374-Iand voti for your favoritr. Manuel Jr. J. Pearl Crutchfie'd tuaWlle Terrill, V. A. Uar. Jr. Eaanie Tlnsley, William Itenner James tkirwin.Sei.lt-- , ttankin. Manufacturer and Deafer in Mary lilanche Conn, JolionV Vanhook, llaby Sister Caueer, Edwin Kirk, Chas. Ilattin, William Kmbry, High-Cla- ss Lvle Pruitt, Frances Grant. Virginia Pearl Walkr,AIviie Thomas, .Mamie V. Iavi, Ilessie Grant, Original Designs tint! Prompt Guaranteed Quality. at all Granile and Marble Olllco ami Works on Quarries. Cemetery Hill. Closud on Saturdays Telephone CL S?al:-Kowhose-sauneL It. II. Uronangh Crab Orchard, Ky. t. J. Oj llogie. Jr. John "Red" Smith,. WilliiC. Daniel. I Aft IiVShrrrow, K. J. Oaks. Jr. Henry Shelby Kiali. Clinton Ruble, Kw.ill Led ford, limner Moberly, Grace Katbergill,. I.uuv V. Umg, Iluvvl Hnmiltun, Ilrnmmrtt, Nelson Conn, Klie Drown, HARRY JACOBS Ilcllena Perkins. Wilmoth Sutton, Ruth Lane, Carrie Sutton, Ida Sowder, Klisha Cheatham, Karl Ward Clark, Raymond (Nix, Margaret Doty, Moniments. Jan4 Ilrnwn, Hurry Iimun, Scr-vie- e. George ilrown, Klsie Clark. Kthel Clara Dudderar. Stanford. Kentucky- - j i v.. BVtljr lluui Aim kuiuri- ui .iciiiuinjf where tho preacher was known and , I' ONE MILLION PEOPLE IN THE i:Bfj BUR Be sure and ask for coupons ( The old friends and associates here. ' i expressed their deep affection and reverence for this lately departed saint by ordering a handsome Uoral design seat out from Danville to Perryville where he was buried, on Tuesday morning. The Presbyteriun church lias had many successful revival" conducted by this venerated minister, the last one about three years ago when he was then 82 yeurs old. He spoke of it then us his last visit and touchingly spoke of his boyhood days here. i 9 t I m Sunday Schoolsgf Kentucky APRIL at the following 25, 1915. places. The "Rex" Theater, Good Pictures and Good Music, E. C. There Is a Sunday School near you. It is the best place in the world to spend an hour. But don't take our word for it. Try it for yourself. jvi.t. & I JJy Gaines, Nothing but Insurance. u miMMAV sr.imm. . uw-"- "w association. R. E. 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