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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 8, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915040801_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 8, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELWlOb, UNI A RNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWXNTT SIXTH TIAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 8, 1915. Get In the pony contest. The store room of Logan, Anderson Subscribe for the Itrcord and K't and Totnllnion has recently been re- 1,000 Votes on the pony and cnrt. ... qomiuin syem For all Magazines see "Miss Dolly floors, oi electric light wiring, new new papering and now i, one of Country Gentleman now $1.00 a year. the I) ret tint store m th rliu Thl Lancsatcr was In gala attire Sunday, "I'm Is receiving new goods every day Bre "elter prepared than ever be- but no one woro anything loud enough lore 10 serve tnelr many patrons. to disturb worship, Ask for coupons In the I'ony Contest. NUMBklt I. - BEAUTIFUL STORE. TELEGRAPH SERVICE rSSESflfljS The season for ' DISCONTINUED. ,w.i,c,mK, HARROWS, CORN PLANTERS and other Farm Implements is at hand. Don't buy until you hve seen the famous Tomade Harrow and the Princess Planter. They are In a class to themselves. We give Automobile tickets on every dollar spent In our store and machine shop, also on old and new accounts. The Goods Itonds people, of the state can find In Stanford pike a worthy ox. ample for them not to emulate. A woman eight feet tall was married In Maine last week. She ought to be able to reach the high cost of living. HARD TO BEAT. Heginning April 1st the teleirranh MrvCe which has been In vogue in this city for years w ,,sconlnUed ThIl, . i. ery umonunaie ana Will prove B source of great inconvenience to the public, but a gold mlno for the telephone company, as an additional charge of fifteen cents goes to this company totransmlt the message to Danville, i n I Mr. Farmer Come and see the war with Japan. scientists says me world will como to an end in 5321, which will glveCapt. ilobson plenty of time to pull off. his In the spring the young mans fancy may lightly turn to thoughts of love but the old mans fancy lightly turns to the fond hopes of getting rid of his Mr. Una Lonn was In our city last Monday demonstrating that handsome six cylinder Hulck car that for style. conformation, beauty, speed, durability and all round action, is hard to beat. He Is selling them faster than the fac tory can supply them and every Uuick owner Is a Uuick booster. Mr. Joo Kice, of Stanford is the latest nur chaser, having bought the six cylinder type for $IG50 last Tuesday. Head the advertisement of this popular car in this Issue of the Record. the nearest telegraph station. CHATTANOOGA'S HOSPITALITY. Strangers and visitors could not but have a high opinion of Chattanooga's public spirit, enteiprise and hospitality, by the way she treated the Dixie Hleh- way delegation. Every cltlien constituted himself a committee of one on courtesy, and entertainment, and were ready and anxious to show visitors all the attention the occasion required. Bunting, flags, five brass bands, and automobiles galore added to our pleas ure. American flags were lavishly used in the decoration of streets and buildings in honor of our coming. Market street IE waa decorated with most artistic effect. The James building on Broard street was in special regalia in honor of Chatta nooga a wealthy citizen and promotor of this highway. The Interior of thi Mi Auditorium displayed scores of flags, The Hotel Patton lobby's decoration consisted of maps, flags and delegation banners. Altogether it wbs a delight ful trip, one long to be remembered. Janesville CORN PLANTER s rheumatism. HISTORIC PROPERTY SOLD. il CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. I LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS a WE GIVE a Automobile Tickets J for all cash purchases. A choice line of Shapes from $1.00 to $5.00 All Colors. We have the right prices. a Give us The professor who went five days Mr. C. M. Dean, of lower Garrard, without eating says the pain caused bought of Mr. Jake Tjumbo. the house by starvation Is almost purely lm- - and seven acres of land for $6,300 aginary. Maybe so, but the pleasure known as Camp Dick Robinson. In of eating is real. ntebellum days this place was known a woman, wnose nusuand died re as Hoskins Cross Hoads, but Mr. Wm cently, leaving her $2,000 life Insur- Hoskins Sr., sold it to his ance, reported the sad news to her Mr. Dick Itobinson. and a camn was es eastern relatives thusly: "Jim died tablished there, hence its name. It was this week. Loss fully covered by in the seat of many stiring scenes during the war. Gen. Nelson often remarked surancc. ' that he thought it the most beautiful home people have more health than spot In the world and requested to be they can use, and when your waist line uuned there. His wishes were catried xcetds your chest measurement vou out by his family but the body was have a surplus of health. Uon't be afterwards disinterred and buried in the caught with any more of anything than National cemetery at Camp Nelson. ,ou can use. COTTRELL-PENCE. When the war is over Germany will will have enough "hymns of hate" Miss Mary Cottrell, the popular and against England at any rate, the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. famous first "hate hymn', hw Inspired M. A. Cottrell, of Paint Lick, and Mr. mer poets of the Fatherland. The C. U. I'ence, of Louisville, were marlast says "the English were rascals ried in Lexington lust Friday, Rev. from the beginning of time and are far Spencer performing the ceremony. too vile for even hell". Miss Cottrell was on a visit to her Those who witnessed the showing sister Mrs. Chas. Askins at Wilmore. t the "Million Dollar Mystery" serial from which place the young couple at Romans Opera House, now have the went to Lexington. After the cereoppoilunity to see the concluding chap mony they left for a month's stay In ter. 1 ins chanter Dtntravs the winner Tenn. Mr. Fence is a salesman for the I the $10,000. prize also her solution Green Seal Paint Co, of Louisville and f this great mystery. Kemember, it is popular with a large trade. The rill be shown Saturday Nleht. Anril 10 bride is one of our pretty and accom plished young ladies and numbers her uomans upcrs House. friends by the ecore and the groom is to be congratulated on winning such FIRE ALARM. an admirable .young lady. ine lire department displayed its The wishes of many friends follow faster hose ry Sunday morning about them through life's journey. five oclock when it wr called to the fire on Campbell street. The store BISHOP. room of Mack Turner had caught fire Mr. Alex Bishop died at his home in and for a time it was thought it could Mr. Bis not be saved, but-btimely and heroic this city Friday afternoon. hop had suffered for several years, but Tort the damage was small. the Immediate cause of his death was paralysis having had three strokes of SUNDAY EXCURSION. this dread diseased some months ago, Mr. Uishop was seventy-si- x Beginning Sunday April 18th. the years of L & N will run its first excursion to age. He was born and reared in Lan Cincinnati. These excursions are very caster and had passed all his years in popular throughout the summer and our midst, except the four years he the low rate of $1.75 for the round spent in the Umon army, having been Oen. Landram's regiment. trip Is quite an inducement and we His predict that many will take advantage mother before her marriage was Miss Mariam Mchee. Besides his three fit. children he leaves one sister. Mrs. Mary Brook, of Illinois. UNTRUE. He was a life long member of the A special dispatch to The Democrat Presbyterian church and was a kind from Danville, yesterday afternoon. unobtrusive chrijtlan gentlemen. The tates that when Louis Landram at remains were laid to rest in our "city tempted to pronounce the word of the dead" Saturday afternoon, the lreemysl for the benefit of a delinquent services at the grave being conducted subscriber his lower jaw skidded and by the Masonic order of which he was knocked out three of his teeth. yn-thiana a devoted member. Made In a Disc or Shoe. Shaft drive, there are no chains. I No Better Corn Planter Made. Osborne Disc Harrows. I HASELDEN BROS. ,, . T) . l..t.. J I jruiiy iicricia given on an casn sales. HORSE SHOW At I 8 J Stanford Next Monday. call. Much Interest is being manifested in the horse show season which will begin at Stanford next Monday. We predict right here that the best horse that will be exhibited there, will be W. B. Bur ton s famous stallion Bleucher. He is a handsome seal brown and will weigh uuu pounds, just the type to breed to, lor the supply will not equal the de mand for this type in a few years, uont tail to see him in Stanford next Monday. 3C 31 IE 31 1 E 11 G. M. LYONS BUSY CASH fi tyrs S?ea Jtrnold Jrancis. 3E LUTHER HERRON Re$i(tuA$ Chief Marshall. llerron, who has been serving the city as chief marshal! and tax collector for the past five years, presented his resignation to the city council last Monday night and was accepted. Mr. Herron is one of our progressive citizens and recently erected a handsome building near his home on Stanfond street, in which is located the best garage in Central Kentucky and the Rex Theater, one of the finest in the state and a credit to any town. Mr. Herron will devote his entire time looking after his interests in these new enterprises. Mr. Lee Pruitt is acting as city marshall and will see that order is maintained until a successor is appointed by the city council to succeed Mr. Herron. Mr. L. E. STORE. r LP Trying to save a few dollars on a Suit is false economy, when yon can bay - GO TO - HIRSH- - WICRWIRE CLOTHES or COMPANY'S Dlokerson & FOR Carrier the higher order for a fair price. You are invited to inspect these dignified garments, whether a purchase is intended or not. Ory Goods. Shoes and Groceries We pay the highest market price for Country G. M. LANCASTER. LYONS. KENTUCKY. kaal Produce. Ask for tickets on the Automobile. DQG DQE-- IE 31 IE 11 J ROBBERS Force Entrance Into Put Office And Blow Off Vault Door With Dynamite. Drink - Gold - Drinks. 0UR FOUNTAIN IS NOW OPEN a everything Dainty & Delicious and Ices Sodas gas. Sundaes and Malted Milk KJCTS. 0, YVRoberts Drug Store I f 1 ly STORMES LANCASTER'S OLDEST AND BEST DRUG STORE A well balanced stock of desirable and seasonable Drug Store Merchandise, carefully selected and correctly priced. 1 Mrs. Sallie Romans Williams, wife of Mr. John Williums.died at nine o'clock Wednesday morning at her home on EASTER EGG HUNT. Danville street. She hud been suffer Miss Loralne Daniels, and brother. ing for the past year and all that William Daniels, ertertaiued at their medical aid could do was of no avail. beautiful country home at at egg hunt The greater part of this time she was nd egg rolling Saturday afternoon. confined to her bed but she bore her After the egg hunt a delightful menu suffering with christian fortitude. was served in the dining room, which Mrs. Williams was born in Garrard was decorated In Easter lillies and County in 185C and past her O'Jth year ferns. Quite a numberpf young people the 29th of March. partook of their hospitality and a Mrs. Williams was a most excellent delightful afternoon was spent. woman, her tender and generous spirit was rellected in the love for her husband, children and grurd-childreShe MR. FOX RETIRES. was a life long and devoted member of II. G. Fox, whs has been engaged In the Baptist church having joined that the livery business for many years, has denomination at the tender age of fourdecided to retire and devote all his teen. In 1871 she was married and for time to buying mules and horses. Mr. forty four years she has been in every Fox has had the stable In the Gilcher sense of the word a true helpmeet. Beblock during his entire work in that sides her husband she leaves, to mourn business. In another column of The her loss four children, Messrs Richard Messenger will be found his adver- and Pendleton Williams, of this city; tisement for sale of a lot of desirable Miss Rebecca Williams, of Bristol. livery equipment. The stable will In Tenn,, and Mrs. W. A. Henderson, of the future be operated by Messrs. Lowell, Ky., and one sister Mrs. James Ilaen and J. L. Hutching Dan- Pendleton Cox, of this city and a brother ville Messenger. Mr. Walter Romans of Decatur, III. Short services will be held at the home this (Thursday) afternoon at SURPRISE Democrat. Bangs can prove this a falsehood by showing all of his teeth come out WILLIAMS. When Postmaster E. P. Brown arrived at his iflice this morning a little before five o'clock, he was horrified to find that everj door was open and that robbers had blown the door from the vault that contained several hundred dollars in money besides stamps in con siderable quantities. Just how much money and stamp were taken .could not be learned until an Inspector ar rives from Lexingtuii, Postmaster Brown having vnd him immediately upon making the ducovery. That the work was done Ujr professionals cannot be doubted, so synemutical the work ings of the culprits. The blacksmith shop of Conn Brothers was first entered and a twenty pound sledge and a large pipe wrench secured. The combination knob was first knocked off with the large sledge, this done an opening was lett, into which was in- GREAT -- -- BARGAINS I N serted, either nitoglycerine or dyna mite and then the door was literally torn from Its hinges. The vault was One of the oldest in the town and was considered a good one, the building being used at one tim by the Citizens National bank before Its present build ing was completed There is absolutely no clue to the robbers, nor will the exact amount taken be known until an Invoice Is taken by the inspector who is expected to arrivn this afternoon. WAGONS. HARNESS. IMPLEMENTS, PAINTS, WIRE FENCE, ETC. OILS, GALVANIZED AND STEEL ROOFING, WEDDING. g TRADEMARK: Reliability. Courtesy, Efficiency, Free Auto Contest Coupons Ask for Them With Every One Dollar Cash Purchase. Member Lancaster Merchants Association. Miss Mattle Leo Hubble of Stanford, regular pastor, Rev. J. W. Beagle, the FARMERS. and Mr. W. 0. Martin, also of Stan- - servicea will be conducted by Rev, ford surprised their friends, in both Ellis, of Paint Lick, assisted by Rev. 1 can save you money, can fill your Garrard and Lincoln, by motoring to F. M. Tinder, after which interment barrel, or sell you an A. No. 1, Lxlngton Wednesday morning where will take place In the Lancaster cemesteel barrel with faucet, CO gallon they were quietly married. There wis tery. capacity, at low figure, and fill same no objection to the wedding as Senator Great sympathy Is felt for the devot- with the best oil at low prices, saving R. L. and Mrs. Hubble accompanied ed husband. The children also share you from $1 to $2. the happy couple. the sympathy of the community In the If you cannot make arrangements Miss Mattle Lee spent most of hsr los of mother who was a mother in through your merchant, call or 'phone school days in Lancaster and the has a all the word means. May a merciful Standard Oil, 'Agent, ,. host of friends here who congratulate God give them strength to bear this J, W. Sweeney, the groom, and wish her every joy. great burden of grief. Phone 152. Lancaster. Ky. three o'clock. In the absence of the OIL. OIL, ATTENTION Special prices on all the above mentioned articles. W. J. ROMANS, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 1 Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday April 8 1915. SIMPLE BUT SURE iljomci the Great EVERY SECTION Catarrh Remedy OUR "Just Breathe It" and be Cared. Do not try to euro catarrh, head colda, orsnuflles by taking drugs. These common out dangerous ailments that of ten cause the loss of hearing cannot be cured that way. The commonsenso method is to breathe Ilyomei, which Store Ready For Spring. The display of Spring Merchandise now assembled In the Store's various Departments is as interest-in- n as It is comprehensive. Notable for its individuality, selection and moderate prices. We have planned to do a big Spring business, and are confident we can supply your every need to cure-no-pa- gets the medication right where it Is needed to lual the raw and Inflamed lining of the air tiasiiwi. ilyomei is u mixture of antiseptic oils you breathe bother; no dis- agreeablo medicine; simply use the in haler a few times dailv and this health giving medication will quickly soothe ana heal the Irritated tissues, atop distressing choking and unclean di?chargos you breathe freely-d- ull headaches cease, and every catarrhal symptom soon vanishes. There is nothing more simple and safo to use, or that gives such rapid ana lasting benefit as Hyomei-a- nd I!. E. Mcltoberts sells it on the "No- plan. It-no The Allen 34 When you pay $895 for an Allen 34 you get S89S worth of car. You don't paya cent for unnecessary overhead expense. build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization is strong and permanent. We are in the automobile business to stay. 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 get. If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, hanJiomi car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the Allen 34, touring carat $895, is the complete answer 'to your requirements. Price, $895 The Allen 14 hs sn Allen 17 horc power tn- Sine, Weiton-Mo- tt top sile, moluir and Study these facts leather upholittrr. We drire, Wiratrtnnimiiiion netting gear, anil g eipanJ-in- your entire satisfaction. In addition to the large assortments of modish Garments for Women, Misses and Children, there is an HOGWALLOW NEWS. Several candidates were in our sec tion this week. Thev nl claimed to be nlcu men. Itaz Harlsw got a haircut one this week and now complains that derby is too small. Slim Pickens has gone through winter without an ovcrcont, but ho braici, 110. Inch whfclbaic, demountable rimi, aluminum crank raie and aluminum Iran, million ease, full " Th. wtHht of th ef U JKO lb. . hkh. with Ih mf f of the motor, littuir economy of operation. Wo h.lld MHl.lt. Ihr.o ro4Mf nul iliilril lulu at J ilnlrit mrlir. day his unusually fine showing of Silks and other Dress materials, Dress Trimmings, Corsets, Gloves, Neckwear, Parasols and Novelties of all kinds. Especial attention is called to our exclusive showing of stylish and dependable Footwear for Women, Misses and Children, in Colonials, Pumps and Strap Oxfords, also our usual strong line of high cut Shoes at correct prices. the has II.. .Ik.. l..rl. Iraaa ...flag J two la prl. A Superb Showing of Spring Suits. Coat$,Dresses This splendid section on our second floor has in readiness for Spring an assemblage of Stylish Apparel, which for its uniformly Low Prices, has no counterpart in this section of the state. Exceptional Offerings For Spring Selling. Suit Prices $15.00, $17.50, $19.75, $25.00 to $45. Coat Prices $10.00, DISTINCTION in DRESS Mi V Ml WfKt 12.50, 15.00, 15.00, 19.50, 16.50 to $25. SilkDresscs $12.50, 25.00 to $45. Boys Wash Suits. We are now showing a complete stock of late style Wash Suits for Boys-ag- es 3 to 8 yearsin the new "Tommy Tucker" and "Oliver Twist" cut in Gaberdines, Repps and Palm Beach suitings. Nobby little Washable Suits that are sure to appeal to the mothers of "growing kids." Prices are $1.00, 1.50 and up to $3.75. Children's Dresses. An unusually attractive line of Children's and Misses' Wash Dresses, In white and colors, made of Gingham, Linens, Percales and White Batiste, daintily trimmed and In the season's newest models. Children's Dresses, 2 to 6 years old.at 50c, 98c, $1.25 and 1.50 Misses Dresses 6 to 14 years old, at 50c,89c $1.00, 1.25, 1,50 to $5.00. Tub Dresses of Voiles, Organdies and Linen sizes 14 to 44, in a wonderful assortment of styles and materials, $5 to $10. awful deep pockets. The Tin reddier wns in onr midst this week nnd sold Miss Klutie Uclcher an engagement ring. Poke Eazlcv began digging n cistern at his home on Musket Itidgc yesterday. He will dig as long as the dirt is loose. Wash Hocks presented the editor of the Tidings with a large turnip Sstur day. The editor had both Wash and the turnip for dinner. The Calf Itlbs M. E. church elected stewards for the ensuing year at meeting .Monday night. In the selec tion of men there is a majority in favor of the Democrats. Columbus Allsop upon his returning from preaching at Dog Hill last Sun day complained of his feet having hurt all during the serman. He at first thought it was his conscience. During the hard times caused by the war, together with the outgoing He- publican postmaster at Tickville, the moonshine still on Musket Kidge is compelled to rnn also in tht daytime, JeKerson i'otlocka, who has not touched a drop since the first of th year, when he became a total abstainer, was in Tickville the other day and passed a saloon three timea before going in. Yam Sims has gone to chewing wax again, its strange how some of our men have a tendency towards reck lessness. If ho keeps on this downward course he will soon be wanting women to vote. ine r.xceisior riddling liana was scheduled to play at a party near Bounding Dillows Saturday night and was present, but failed to remder any music because they could not think of anything to play. The house on Musket ridge occupied by Iseac Hellwanger, was destroyed by Ore late ednesdry night. The house was more than covered by insurance, It is not known wnere or how the fire started as nobody inquired. bam Hinders spent one day last week at Tickville and returned home with three bottles of patent medicine of some kind. His testimonials declara that after taking two doses of it he broke up a singing on Musket Midge. The ild Onion school teacher has 8tartcd'his school again. He was compelled to dismiss several weeks ago when all the scholars got to knowing as much aa he did. Now, however, he ha again got a good start and hopes to keep ahead the rest of the team. V If, Factor? KapraaantatiTas (or Southern Ohio, adjaeant Weal Virginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire Slat ol Kentucky. . Dealer i Write or wins far agency proposition Kenton Motors Co. ', fwur, J frill, unlitiil an temtmj Allin tftrttim, tfwifmtnt, itrvituhU tan fair tkt lit J 2l&2iJ2StJsr A WELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box. of our sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If you have not jet tried any or all of them you don't know what a fine treat Don't keep on you havo been missing. and missing IU Order a box commence enjoying yourself. lo-d- Lancaster tling CO. BotPhone 202. CURES Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck. Roup. Canker. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry R Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 :'.::'rTr ciiefcra CM.D.rJaMra.Kr.Mni LUflk.wMVMjrf4Mr.MlK.aSKkiM4.ilf. ."0 ! R It if IK. 4.11.44 Nig. sd Gsiraattttl by J. Rest. Crime, Birdsttira, X;. Pries JfiI . iU Ul U pffjak) hfiUim uJ. ipm SOc at all DroUUts. R. E. McRobcrts, Dnif&ist, LnncnMcr, Ky. Diaw A Check I r ,1 r . alKxN m f 3 for the tummy you ov e and note how much more respectfully your creditors you. They like to do r husinuss with u mini who tins nn account nt the Garrard Bank & Trnst Go. They know he is doing business in a liusiress like way. iletter open such an account even if your affairs aru not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company TIRD. WEAK AND NERVOUS Why Are So Many Lancaster People In Wesh m m m m Wiseman Qo. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. m This Condition. Keel tired out, irritable and depressed? Urine irregular; back weak and pain- m m m Hamilton Valley. Mrs Sarah Wilson is visiting relatives t I'ineville tills week. Mr. Jesse Ilrock sold four shoata to Mr. E. L. Wilson for $27. Mr. Charles Davia was the guest of Mr. Ebb lientley Sunday, Mrs. Hettle Knuckles was the guest of Mra. Alice Lamb Sunday. Miss Iiosella Tincher is the guest of her sister Mrs. li. G. Smith. Mr. E. D. Cooley bought two cows from,Mr. Frank Ifenson price 180. We can save you money in hardwere from Iierea where she has been attend ing school. Master John lientley was the guest of Master Herbert Parsons Saturday and Sunday, Mrs. Emily Kinnard and daughter Miss Dollle was the guest of Mr. and Mra. J. T. Miller last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Miller of Kirks- ville visited their daughter Mrs. Emily 'Jvi Kinnard Saturday and Sunday. 3 II f m m m m m m M M M" I I To INSURE In a Leading American Company I Such as CAPITAL 2,000,000,00 Marine. the Springfield Fire and I I I day. Conn Bros. Mra. Itosa Shaw visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hullette Sunday. Miss Nannie Bent ley visited Miss Lavenla Stinnett Saturday and Sun Jay. Mr. J. D. Wilson bought three mules last week to take to his faria in Leslie. Mr. Earnest Miller visited his cousin Mr. Jamea Kinnard Saturday and Sun ful: These are symptoms that suggest kidney trouble. When the kidneys call for help. Assist them with a testad kidney remedy. Give them the help they need. No remedy more highly recommend!!! ed than Kidney Tills. Hacked by homo testimony. Endorsed by Lancaster people Mra. C. T. Hrummett. Crab Orchard St., Lancaster, Ky., saya: "My kidneys were out of order and I had pains through my back and kidneya. y At times I was nervous. Doan'i Tills made me feel much better ond stronger in every way." Price COc, nt all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney re reedy -- get Uoan'sMdney 1'ills-t- he same that Mra, llruuimett had. Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y. Kid-leKoster-Milburn ffl RICHMOND, KY. . A TRAINING SCHOOL POR TEACHERS ('ourkealpniliiig to Klrmentarr, Intermediate and Ufa Mala Cf rtiliratea. Valiv' In ull labile Bchonls ( Ken liuky. hclal Courses and Itevlew C'ouraes. Tuition Kne to Apiuinb-es- . Two splendid dormitories, new model school, nev luminal trslnlnx building, practice school, nf airrlcultnre. a .well enulmied ,. t Mnnin.lU U- -l ........ j .."..li.7, Heroin! oiiu ririii-o- . IM rr. term 'toefflDS Term Norember 10, Third Terra January 11. Fourth Term Aprils. eJiiminer ekhool oiena June II. Catalogue j, , U)UK( v.u,mt. WM THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. It Surplus $30,000. I'res't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. L. GllX, JENNY, President J. It. T E. STOIIMKS, Vice Of BOURBON rOUUBV CUfif i Vote For Your Favorite in The 1 Juuky, Ass't Cashier. J. Mr. Green Brock Sr. died athlshome near Dripping Springs Saturday March the 27th. Miss Anna llawley has returned home down a chick's tbroat cures rlnklnc water cores lad prevent, cholera, diarrhoea and otherchlck dl.eau. One 60c bottle makes It rations of medicine At all JrugKlils. bampleand booklet on of Fowls" tent HtKli. Bourtion What Is tho Dost Remedy For Constipation? This Is a question asked us many timea each day. The answer ia Safety Samual Deposit WE Boxes PONY CONTEST 1000 Votes on every subscription, new or old. For Rent. SOLICIT YOUIt BUSINESS. Rsari, C.bilira,Ii Sold by J. R. Mount, Son & Co, Vie guarantee them to bo satisfactory to you. Bold only by us, 10 cent. It. E. McRtberU Stormes, S. D. Cochran, C. Denny, J. Alex IU Denny, J. II. Posey, J, E. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Director!. The Central Record, Thursday April 3, 1915 BUCKEYE Mils Ila Hill was the Rueat of Mill Ilarbara Gulley Sunday night. Mr. Harmon Kaney Is spending th week with Mr. and Mrs. HIrm Hay. A full line nt buggies and harness at attractive prices. Conn Hros. Mr. Smlllle Hill from lierea achool Is at home with his parents Mr. and Mn. T. 0. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and little daughter Stella Mae spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Hill. Miss Wilma Hay of tlerea achool was with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Itay Page 3 RAT CORN f"HEK BOOK OX SToniCII IIXSJ. Geo. It. Mayr, of 154 Whiting St., Chicago, Ml., a prominent druggin, has m . if published a guide lo health, in which he shows how he cured himself and brought relief to thousands of other sufferers from constipation, biliousness, indiges tionand intestinal troubles by the use of French healing oils. One doe usually convinces. 1 he most chronic cases rarely need over three doses. This book MTS OFFICE will be mailed free on request, Mayr's Wonderful Remedy Is sold by leading CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. dniRRists everywhere with the positive It Mummifies Them. understanding that your money will be Oflke Phone 69 Residence Phone 41 refunded without question or quibble if Harmless to human beings or live ONE bottle fails to give you aUelaJ LANCASTER. KY. stock. Rid your place of these pest satisfaction. without smell or danger. Order a can 'rJAlCB Dr. J. S. GILBERT. Just received a car load from Factory, Better place orders now as we will not be able to get another shipment after Apr 15. BUICK Everyone knows.about Buick Power and Buick Strength. These features have been proven over and over again by actual performance. The beauty of the remodeled lines ofthe 1915 Buick should be seen by everyone. from Saturtay untill Tuesday. CMIss Sallie Foel and brother were the guest of their sister Mrs. Ollie Bogle at Uryantsville Saturday and Sudday. Mr. and Mrs Robert Whlttaker and little son Robert Trice spent Sunday night and Monday with relatives at this place. Misses Sallie Lou Teattr and Ethel Ray entertained a few of their friends last Friday night In honor of Mr. liar- mon Raney. Stomach Tronble Cared. Mrs. II. G. Cleveland, Arnold, I'a., writes, "For some time I suffered from stomach trouble. I would have sour stomach and feel bloated after eating. Nothing benefited me until I got Cham- berlaln'a Tablets. After taking two bottles of them I was cured." For sale by all dealers. today. Prices 60c and $1,00 ran, 6 pound pail Miss Rout of Paint Lick has been 15.00. Postage paid. Rat Corn Is guaranteed to do all we aay visiting Mrs. Mary Doty. MARKSBURY Mr. Cole Hix lost his tenant house last Sunday noon bv fire. Mr. George Broaddus has been visiting hia brother Wm. Broaddus. A full line of buggies and harness at attractive prices. Conn Bros. Miss Sara Mahan has recently pur chased a beautiful new Williams piano, Miss Margaret Jenkins of Nlcholaa-ville was the guest of Miss Mary Ches- - W. B. NELSON, Leiintfon, Ky. S. loonlr Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mondr. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholaaville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday, Versailles, 4th. Monday. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician dimes Fitted. Setiifactlon Guertnteed. Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. nut. Quite a number from Bryantaville and Marcellua attended Missionary John M. McRoberts. H. The mighty motor of the Buick is still the motor that powerful valve-in-head LoganB Chapel. has made the Buick Famous. Fours and Sixes $900 to $1,650 Demonstrations Gladly Given Mr. James Tudor, has been suffering for several days with a very sore foot. Mias Minnie Richardson, of Irvine. is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Geo. Wilson. We can save you money in hardware. Conn Ilroa. Misses Nannie and Dora Scott of Lowell, spent Sunday with their sister Mrs. Cap Warmoth. Mrs. Charles RIgsby of Crab Orchard spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wilson, of New by, apent Sunday with hia parents Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tudor are re joicing over the arrival of twin girls, christened, Martha and Mary. Mr. and Mrs. James Ledford of Manse, apent Easter with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ledford. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Drawing has been very ill with Bronchial pneumonia, but is better at Buick beauty of body, power of motor, strength of frnmc nnd reliability of every part combine to make n motor car that fulfills every practical need or wish. Every new feature of efficiency, convenience, utility, comfcrt. that has passed the Buick tests, is incorporated in the new models. CONN DANVILLE. & MAHAN KENTUCKY. 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 this writing. Mrs. Wilbur Stapp and children nf Valley View, have returned to their home after a visit to her mother Mrs. James Tudor. A Core for Soar Stomach. Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, Creek, Mich., writes: "I WAREHOUSES: Kentucky A Peoples Warehouse " Planters-Centra- l . Warehouse " Farmers Warehouse " Home Warehouse It will have the special attention of experienced warehousemen and you will get prompt returns. 44 Ninth Street Warehouse Louisville Warehouse ... ... .... . . Louisville, Ky. " " " M M of Battle have been troubled with indigestionsour stomach and bad breath. After taking two bottles of Chamberlain'sTablets I am well. These tablets are splendid none bet ter. For sale by all dealers. lm PLEASANT HILL. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO taarutATCD WAREHOUSE CO., Louisville, Kentucky Q. Uncle Lem Evans still continues quiet ill. Mrs. Lizzie Walker is visiting her son Mr. Stephen L. Walker. Mr. Aaron Ray bought of Mr. Dillard Littrel! two ahoats at $8. Mrs. U. G. Preston is able to be out after several weeks illness. Mrs. N. T. Grow is much Improved after a severe attack of pleurisy. Mr. Harmon Raney of Lagrange is visiting relatives in this county. Easter Services at tbe Union church were conducted by Rev Thornton. service last Sunday. Mr. James Clark and family of Sugar Creek pike were guests of his father Mr. Jim Clark, Sunday. Little Miss Sallie Lou Clark after spending a week with her aunt Mrs. Ed Clark, returned home Sunday. The farmers are well up with their spring plowing and are now rejoicing over a copious warm shower Monday, B. Isom of Letcher county, purchased of Bowen Fox, a pair of mules for $400. He was the guest of his brother Riley Iaom while here. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Broaddus are re ceiving congratulations over the arrival of a little girl viaitor at their home, christened Gladys Katherine. The program for Missionary day was carried out by the achool very well con sidering the limited time for practice. When the collection from the classes was counted there was $46. The visit ors contributed 85 cents. Scholars en rolled were 119. J. A. Trumbo sold to Chas Dean, the "Old Camp Dick Robinson house" and C acres of ground for $6,300. The house looks much like it did 64 years ago. This is the "garden spot of the Blue Grass belt" when land sella for over a thousand dollars per acre. The pupils of Rice Academy gave a Pie Supper on Saturday night and realised $10.25 on 11 pies, not pies enough but what they lacked in quantity they made up in quality. The were tbe best that a man ever tasted and were all but one Jessamine county pie in full dress or with their Sunday clothes on, (merangue), minimum price 30 c;nts, maximum price $1.05. An Easter basket furnished by the Kengarlan Hotel at Lancaster sold for $3.25, one furnished by Mrs. Dr. Pentxof sold for $1.55 cents, two pies furnished by Mrs. E. B. Hoover, of Nicholaaville sold for 80 cents. The pupila are now very nearly prepared to buv an International Dictionary that ia as necessary to have in a school room as a hook is to have on a'line when a boy goes "to fishen". All praise to the pupils who furnished the pies and raised the money. The teacher does not want to be In the "lime light". Nichol-asville Clay Kauffman, Attorney-At-La- w Offices on Danville Street over Post Office. Oince Phone 34. M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky Paint Lick, DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. Phone 387-R- . BUCKEYE. KY. Prompt Service day and night. Registered Hereford Bull SEASON 1915. Service $2.00 Cash. Two miles from Lancaster on the Richmond pike. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. R. E. HENRY. L. & N. Arrive. ' Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky . Phone 229. 0fflce Hours 1 8 to 12 Ho4-7t-o9 au m. p. m Bat what you want and not be troubled with indigestion if you will take a You Can Enjoy Life No 10: 5:00 a. m. M. K. Denny anil W. A. Wheeler To Maysville, connecting at Richmond Doctors Of Deital Sorfery. with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & 0 to Lexing- Offlce: Btonnes Bnlldlnf arei Hart A Andtr son's Furniture Store. ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyvllle. Lexington & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. Office at Ralney'i Livery Stable. No 70; 11:50 a. m. -- -- Kentucky Lancaster, To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. The Sure To Stanford, connecting with fast Growing: Kind train to Bristol & Atlanta. Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. rBuy Gold Medh SEEDS nea J)SS2tsSi Tablet Are You a Woman ? s 0. Mt LIGHT FOUR "SAFETY FIRST" $1250, ir.o n.rctorr) $12.00 per set of mighty cood Rubber. Conn Bros. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Raney spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Snyder. Mr. L. E. Ford acid to Mr. Will Gooch 21 ahoata at G cents per pound. Mrs. Stephen L. and Mrs. Lizzie Of Fine Livery Outfit, Including Walker apent Monday with Mrs. Eliza Vehicles, Ete. Ray. before and after each meal. Sold only by iu 25c a box. R. E. McRobtrts Buy them from roar loo Med dealer. If he can't eupplr you. writ, ne direct. LOUItVILU tUD CO tnd and Main Leul.vIS, Ky. PUBLIC SALE! Horses, On county court day, In Danville April 19, 1915, promptly at 10 o'clock. I will sell entire livery outfiit, in cluding all vehicle, horses and livery equipment of every kind, all to be sold separately and not as a whole. Having a contract to buy war mules, I And it impossible to continue my livery business. This is to be an absolute sale, and pleurisy. will be conducted without reserve or Mr. and Mrs. Obe Bolton and daugh by bid. B. G. FOX, Danville, Ky. ter Pearl spent Sunday with Mr. and Capt. T. D. Engliah, Auctioneer. Mrs, Lige Bolton. Kaney. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Huffman of Rice's Bend are with Iheir sister Mrs. N. T. Grow. Mr. Luther Raney sold to Mr. B. 0. Felphrey five ahoats price Ci cents per pound. Master Elvln Preston Is reported much better after a severe attack of Mr. and Mrs Luther Raney entertain ed Miss Mollie Grow and Rev. Thornton and wife Sunday. Misses Sallie B and Valeira Whlttaker spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Lora Parson. Mr. and Mrs. Ktrby Teater and sons spent Easter with hia father Mr. Lem Mrs. Meade Teater and (laughters spent Thursday with Mrs. Luther i Cardui FIELD SEEOS. I have a full line of high-graField Seeds which I am oflering nt very attrac- The Woman's Tonic tive prices If interested, ask for samples and prices. W. Bush Nelson, Lexington. Kentucky. FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruit and Shade Trees CONVINCED- mo 1 m If you are open to conviction take the time to inspect the a careful analysis of each various cars in your price zone-m- ake car -t- he Mitchell will compare more than favorably In your final ft conclusion. eager Light Six or the smart Light Four show their The individuality in every line their appearances, finish, comfort and performance stamp their superiority. These assertions can be proven if the car submitted to you for your deductions supports our claims you will be convinced. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Our first offering of the remarkable Mammouth Pearl Potato Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. Lexington, Ky Distributors. ipvttMBiraiMaifl IBfliiWttTWW tgetgigaAm ,ttzfa&ag&jaB mgjgjVfjjgt gjjsoMgj i Teater of Bryantaville. Rev. Thornton will preach at the Union church at this place the second Sunday In next manth. Misses Stella Ford, Marie and Jessie U. Uay were the week-enguest of their cousins Nell. LIda and Alice Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Naylor and Otto Grow were the gujat of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hume Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Whlttaker of this place attended a surprise .birthday dinner at the horn of Mr. Lyman Whlttaker of Whltlock celebrating his twenty sixth birthday, There were fifty prtaent all reporting a pleasant time. d MECHANICS For Father and Son Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. MAGAZINE H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons, Lexington. Kentucky. 1811. 1915 Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. AND ALL THE FAMILY Two and a half million readers find It of absorbing Interest, Everything in it is Written So You Can UnrferaUisef It W. sell 460.000 copies every month without giving premium wsta vs no solicitors. Any uieonvl or write the puUuhcr for trw ample a ponttl will do. A YK4W lBo A COPY $1 THE CASTORIA lafaat tad For lm Central Record. Popular Mechanics Maaraiina am-- , a no. asiiama whcaqq M U AIwm.s ft CUMrta OvM" 30 Yars ..... Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday April 8 1915. Why go Shopping- Elsewhere for Your Easter Suit - It's Here at- -J. B. D16KERSON'S--Ready-To-We- ar 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 ly designed for all kinds of figures. Choose Latest Models. They are especialthis store to supply your wants. J. E. DICKERSON. LOW PRICES ARE OUR BEST ATTRACTIONS. help-mee- TheCentral Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. R.L E. ROBINSON. Editor. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. it the Ton gceond-Claa- J. Entered t Office In Lancaitrr, Ky.. Mull Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., April 8, 1915. Rates For Political Announcements 6.00 For Precinct and Citv Offices Vr County Offices 10.00 For State and District Offices.... 16.00 10 "for Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, 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. FOR GOVERNOR. Hon. A. O. Stanley. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. Chas. C. Fox, of Boyle county. FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. E. V. Puryear, of Covle county. R. V. Keenon, of Mercer county. J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. W. B. Mason. W. A. Doty. FOR SHERIFF. G. T. Ballard, Jr. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. H. Clay KaulTman. town News, Mr. Harry Summers, who has long been recognized as one of the staunchest friends of the temperance cause in the Newspaper fraternity. In the Record this week we publish an article from his pen opposing the adoption by the democrats at this time of State-wid- e as a party measure. There are thousands of democratic prohibitionist in the State who agree with this popular democratic editor and who would like to see Kentucky in the dry column, yet who do not think the party can with wisdom and safety undertake such a task without jeopardizing its success at the polls. Let it be understood that State wide i s a far more radical and far reaching measure than county unit and with the other perplexing conditions that are facing the party, democrats who are truly interested in party success both in the Nation and in the State should consider well the probable outcome of a contest with our common enemy before they declare their purpose to adopt this issue. The temperance people of Kentucky will give due consideration we think to the great accomplishment for temperance brought about through the democratic party for the past few years and good judgment will direct their support to the action of a majority of the orginization which is the real friend of temperance and will abide the opportunity to have the democratic party carry State-wid- e prohibition in a near future voyage when the party may have a lighter load to convey, and is able to make a safer and a surer journey. SEVEN GOVERNORS TO NAME FOURTEEN MEN WHO Route, WILL Select Dixie Highway Of the two thousand delegates who attended the Conference of Governors at Chattanooga last Saturday! none were more enthusiastic, earnest and patriotic than the delegates that went from Lancaster to show the people why the Dixie Highway should go through "The Land Of Now" and traverse I am a candidate for County Court Garrard County the entire length. That Clerk to succeed J. W. Hamilton the they were successful, remains to be present Clerk. One seen by later developments. I have accepted The Chief deputies thing is certain, that is, if Cincinnati appointment in the office in order to gets the Dixie Highway, it will cer-- ! acquaint mvself with the duties of tainly go through our beautiful city. Clerk and having fitted myself to take This Highway which will run from the examination required by law, I Chicago to Miami. Fla., will be located sincerely ask and solicit your support. by a commission of fourteen men, to E. M. Walker. be appointed two each by the Governors 'of Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Railroad Commissioner. I Tennessee, Georgia and Flordia. We are authorized to announce As the Lincoln highway connects New JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown. ork with San Irancisco, so It is pro Nelson County, as a canditate for the!p03t;d that the norlh and gouth aha, be Democratic nomination for Railroad united by a similar road. "From the Commissioner from the Second Dis- land of pines through 'The Land of trict; the primary election to be held Now' to the land of palms" thousands Saturday August 7th., 1915. of tourists will travel each year, by this In the early winter there is Will.am F. Klair, Fayette County, th Candidate for Reelection as Railroad Commissioner, bemad District of Ky. Orteln.tow of the Dixie Highway Subject to the action of the Democratic movement eslimate that a millioll mo. party in the August Primary. torjsU nQrth of oh,o riyer are rea(jy Shall the democratic party declare and anxious to tour the south next wln-fState Wide prohibition and go be- - ter Bnu ln increasing numbers therefore the people at the November elec- - af ter- - 1,1 Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana. Illinois tion with that as the paramount Issue? Missouri, Michigan. Some of the candidates for the nomina-- 1 and Ohio there are 33,000,000 people tion for State offices are undertaking wIl last 'ear owned 700,000 automobil-t- o force the issue of State wide and)"- - Gradually they ore extending their are asking the party to make that the lines, touring and seeing things, It has been said that 10 per cent of real test of fitness for the nominee selected by democrats of the state at the automobile owners of the northern the August primary. The democratic terminus of the Dixie highway are men." That, if true, orgination has been the real representa-- ! tive of the temperance sentiment in means that 75.000 might be interested this state for a number of years. Six in making southern tourB. These ago, a democratic administration P'e to the average car would mean that gave the people a partial County Unit 225,000 might come south each year, law. Four year ago the party declared It is estimated that the expense of long for County Unit and later enacted a distance tours is approximitely $5 for law that makes the county the unit euch passenger daily, or 25 each trip. the state. The question is senger for a t being pertinently asked, "Has the That $5,025,000 would probably be County Unit law been given a fair spent along the Dixie highway each test?" "Does it meet the present needs year has excited action from every city, of, the people ot the state?" "Are we county, and state through which it prohibition?" might extend. Hotels have anticipated ready for State-widThere are hundreds of democrats in profitable tourists' patronage; tfwners this state who have heretofore fought of garages, repair and supply , shops the advantage of having the In season and out for County Unit who see now fear the results should the party stream of motorists passing through undertake at this time State. wide pro- their towns; citizens of communities hibition. Among those we find ,the through which tourists might pass and distinguished editor of the Elizabeth. occasionally stop have been aroused by J &se3. "long-distanc- e peo-yea- rs five-da- y e estimates of outside money that may ! Walker suffered the irreparable loss of cracy has always meant more to me In 1891, than the aspirations of any candidate t be left. These in turn have appealed her husband and true to county courts and county officials. and after spending a few more years and, therefore, I hate to see the patty Road building propagandas have been at her beloved country home, later came menaced by cither selfish nmbilion or Wr want a'l aUn nffr ra ' J T launched in more definite form than to live with her daughters here in Lan- mistaken judgment. tf IX !. f I. to Ih In- auffrrrd fur tinny jeara th t. it "r tanll.. a. aoon a api I'ed. t un it ever before when connecting highways caster. ituvape and w i.e Mina'Usht in ii al aiJ tutt t'. iH.ret. ilritia We are already threatened with I I itr.-Nine years ar.o she accompanied her weak ticket (not in the character or the ln vain, to read tnia. were proposed. Enthusiasm has been all kimi ami Iran- - ti.o oM uti'lia' nl iSrvtf- v. ii ty. ft tkln cl. .u and hrallli). aroused to a higher pitch than a state youngest daughter, Mrs. D. D. Gelger, fitness of the nen who may compose to wlrri to reeomni n'mtrtun W'r ar " confident ot ih marvalmn n rroJurt that Ma Klvin mar. n- to her Huntington home, but practi it), but it is the fact that it may be highway project ever stirred. takrn f and may mean tb end f vur pevrt vt I. U. I, that we delegation at this cally spending all of her summers here made up largely of the That the Lancaster ', ty Th product 1. a mild alrmd aarantafo or tan manufaf luron isiucchu,-.f you n daughters, Mrs. B. F. Hudson class, those who want to ro'nto from t !. not a tat.nt tr utrrr conference was not asleep is evidenced with her t'tll C.I irl.ma witrthUaa drttta, Imt a .rt.rttmr trial. You ar to ludra tho morlta of by the many press notices it received and Mrs. W. O. Rigney. mpouiM made r H"wn am .t nt one office to another. This is no small -- illnta I' It la nuilf III tl jIIm! I'D th rctnittr In your own parttcnUr caaa. A short funeral service was held danger. A number of the Democratic from the different dailies represented . at. !! ..( 01 1. ron. It oata jtm t..i I it doran't there. The Indianapolis News has the Monday afternoon at the home of her newspapers have already sounded a ri'.D. rrtacilption Icr Ect.' .i. ;t ttnn l daughter, Mrs. James Burnside. the in- warning against this, and many Demofollowing; Tla that a, itl"r' rwlil wonderful, ti 'i. I' Fiap la mada of th hui Iia tffrcUJ 1U "Cincinnati and central Kentucky terment following in the Richmond crats will become lukewarm in the cures- ' Ii...:-- ' ...trvl'.cnta. AaU us atout delegates hope to get a row started cemetery, where there is a family election if it is accomplished, ami we R. E. McRoberts. DruiiKist, Lminister. Ky. t... .i I ...tit ln.. .1... Knit between the advocates of the two burial plot. wn iu.c iijv uum i , iiitr mi Seven out of her eight surviving vote if such a ticket is named. Louisville routes thru Indiana and, as If on a compromise have the Oincinnatt- - children attended, as well as a number the top of this. State-wid- e prohibition Greensburg plan accepted. Central of her grandchildren and a host of Is added it would appear like the enKentucky is going to fight hard for the relatives and friends from over tins emies to party success were in control Cincinnati route, one small town. Lan- - section. Her urviving daughters Bnd and that they have mistaken the temsons enlisted according to age Bre as per of the people. caster Ky., having sent a badge-adored delegation to Chattanooca three follows: Mrs. Ellen Tevis, of Musko Such a policy will not only throw all days ahead of the conference. The gee, Oklahoma; Mrs. B. F. Hudson, of the 'wet votes against the Democrotic badges boost central Kentucky, as this city; Mrs. James Burnside, Rich- ticket, but (threatening destruction to "the land of now," and one wonld mond; Mrs. W. p. Rigney, of this citv; the wholesalers, distillers and brewers) think Lancaster a great metropolis, in- Mrs, Jennie Cotton, of Cedar Springs, it will throw the entire liquor interest stead of a town of fewer than 2,000 South Carolina; James B. Walker, in desperate determination to save their population. They are mighty boosters, Richmond; It. L. Walker, Nicholasville; business against the Democratic ticket. I am just as firmly convinced that however, and are making Lancaster and Mrs. D. D. Geiger, Huntingtgn, West Virginia, prohibition the injection of State-widfamous." In the passing of this gentle soul will imperil, if not defeat, the DemocWe also quote from the Chattanooga j from out these earthly scenes, this ratic ticket as I was in 1911 that the Daily Times; "Advance committeemen represent-- j community has, indeed, sustained an g adoption of the County Unit would elect the delegation from "The Land of reparable loss, for how few. alas, how it. The reason upon which this opinion d is based Is Now" (Lexington and Cincinnati road) distressingly few remain of these that all dry Democrats wera I Head- - time gentlewomen, the quaint dignified in favor of the County Unit and that yesterday .afternoon. quarters at room 902. Hotel Patten, is attractive dame of the early period, not many over half of the dry Democ- prohibiis in charge of James W. Smith, John considerate in manner, courteous in de-- rats are in favor of State-wid- e Farra, J. J. Walker, H. M. Ware, meanor, cultured and ever observant in tion. Thousands of wet Djmocrats L. G. Davidson. J. L. Gill, R. L. t all that makes for the best and highest voted the Democratic ticket because in social and domestic life. they had to admit both the constitutionElkin and John E. Stormes. "Lancaster, Garrard county. Ken- - ' And as she lay in her last, gentle ality and the justic of the County Unit, glistening-whit- e e eep. hair, but these wet voters are so violently tucky, turned up a large and noisy delegation last nigbt boosting for the winding robe, upon a white, silken opposed to State-wid- e prohibition that Headquarteis wa3coucn, flowers, banks of white, fragrant they will vote against the party almost Cincinnati route. to a man, and the election of a Democopentd in room 912, Patten hotel, flowers on every side of her, tho L. G. Davidson of Lancaster; jCttle little hands folded in their eternal ratic House of Representatives will bu J. M. Farra, chairman of the Garrard 'rest, the small, dainty feet just visible menaced as well as the State ticket. County Roads and Improvement as-- ! below the hem of tier garment, her It is absurd to suppose that anypum- -' sociation. and J. E. Stormes. a wealthy grieving children and grandchildren ber of Republicans would vote the citizen who is said to be a born booster .ceased their weeping in a wondrous Democratic ticket on a State-wid- e awe and admiration, as they viewed issue for Republicans will vote their are at the head of the delegation." the beauty and spirituality of her eter-)n- party ticket when they have any chance slumber. to win. They have always done so In the past, and they will do so in Novem"I cannot say and I will not say WALKER. ber. To emphasize this statement, I That she is dead; she is just away With a cherry smile and u wave of her I have but to call attention to the fact In the gentle passing of Mrs. Ann that Republican members of the hand, Walker into the last, still, dreamless She has wandered forth into an un- Legislature, elected because of their and solemnly apsleep, how beautiful advocacy ot the County Unit, voted known land. propriate was that quiet departure. And left us dreaming, how very fair against it to elect a Republican United Lapsing into a gradual unconsciousness It needs must be, since she is there." States Senator. I am rather of the on last Saturday morning, at the home (A Tribute, by Ida May Grant) opinion that sometime there will be a of her youngest daughter, Mrs. D. D, vote in Kentucky to amend the constitu Geiger, at Huntington, West Virginia, tion granting the right to prohibit the her two daughters, Mrs. B. F. Hudson manufacture and sale of liquot. It has and Mrs. W. O. Rigney of this place, STATE WIDE OR been the history of other States, but having gone to her bedside at the first there is neither sense nor reason in inintimation that the end might be near, COUNTY UNIT? jecting this question Into the Governor's she sweetly breathed her last at early race, tor tuu uoveniur nus uusoiuieiy dawn, the new Easter duy gloriously ' Hon. Harry A, Sommers, editor of i nothing to do with the matter in the brightening for her in the the Klizabcthtown news gives his views discharge of the duties of lus otlice. Realm, her liapDy awakening being a upon the liquor question, Mr. Sommers A constitutional amendment does not d joyous greeting from many, immortal is not only a generally recognized have to be signed by the Governor to ones who bade her a glad "Good cratic leader but has been one for years be submitted to the people. It is a and one of the most persistant tern- - matter entirely with the Legislature, morning," t perance advocates in the statH. He Is and if the friends of prohibition Mrs. Walker had recently suffered a insist severe cold, but was apparently con- - opposi-- to the democratic party on making this fight, ut this time, it when Wednesday brought a ing state wide prohibition at this time, should he made in the various counties Plain tread of all the above makes cash change in her condition, her extretno He has this to say upon the in the selection of candidates for the indicating that the flicker-- ! "In answer to questions as to what Legislature and not injected Into the only, as follows. ing flame of life was burning low, and effect the injection of State-widState campaign to endanger the success at the advanced age of 92, her hibition will have upon the Democratic of the party. It would be still better birthday occurring on the 21st of this ' party in Kentucky. I will be quite frank to give the County Unit a fairer and month, she could not long survive her' as I believe that it is always best to longer test by postoning this issue for extremely exhausted state. deal openly and fairly, and to meet is two years, when a Legislature is chosen Mrs. Walker, who was Miss Frances sues as they are presented with cour without a Democratic Statu ticket in Ann Baker, daughter of Captain Abner age the field. It would certainly be better I look with both regret and alarm at for Democracy and I believe that it Baker, was born and reared in Lancus ' ter, her mother having been a Miss Bu - the effort to inject the question of Stale would give these jealous chatspions a frame Baker wide prohibition iuto the gubernatorial better chance to success for their pet ford. The home in the South Lancaster Suburb race, because it Inevitably means bitter issue. I have fought with the very best can be readily remembered by the older warfare within the ranks of Democracy citizens, this plonver family having and menaces the success of the party ability I could command for the County Unit, both as a platform issue and to been among the most prominent and in - in the November election. In Under the most favorable conditions see It put upon the statutes. I have fluential of that early generation. the year 1810, Frances Ann Baker wed and with the strongest ticket that can fought the liquor Interests in Its atCall on us for prices on all sizes and treads. ded, at 1C, Mr. Wade Walker, the mar- be named, 1 think that the Democratic tempts to dominate the Democratic riage occurring in this city at what is party will have a hard fight to win in party, but I do not think State-wid- e known as the Mrs. Wesley West place the November election. I believe that prohibition Is an advisable political issue My love for the Democratic Mr. and Mrs. all thinking Democrats realize that the now. on Stanford Avenue. Wade Walker spent several years of election this fall will not be a walkover, party and Its success impels me tosound party with an this note of warning. As I see it, the their early married life In Manchester, then why handicap-th- e their children, Ellen, Lucy and Thomas issue which can not add any strength party can not be a gainer by It, while to the ticket and Is certain to be an il stakes its success and imperils its having been born In Clay county. Later, Mr. Walktr moved back to element of weakness? It looks like It opportunity for victory on an issue that Garrard, buying a farm near the Madi- was being forced upon the voters rath- could be, and should be averted. son line, the place for a long rumber er to secure the nomination of a candiH. A. SOMMERS. the "hospi- date than to secure a victory over tbej of years being known Mrs. Republicans. The success of Demo Elizabethtown, Ky., March 17. table Walker homestead." Skin Sufferers-Me- ad .ftt ' s. it ii- i .1 .1 office-holdin- g suar-ant- full-al- - 'rm-oan- . tli 11 I e I olden-arrive- Ten Days ' snow-whit- ' THE 30 30 32 33 x x x x I demo-love- Including United States Nobby Tread; Republic Staggard, Racine Country Road, United States Chain Tread, Goodrich Safety. subject;-feeblene- ss e pro-th- two-stor- ' 3 3 3 4 $ 8.40 $10.82 $12.41 $17.71 34 x 4 $1.8.08 Conn & Arnold, Danville, Ky. u The Central Record, Thursday April 8 1915. Page 5 WHATS THE ANSWER? V) IK ft I For Your Spring and Summer Outfit Garments ever shown in Lancaster. you that'we can give vou quality and save you money at the same time. This wonder- A look will convince ful combination has been worked out by carefully selecting our Merchandise and constant study of our business. Let's get acquainted. Ready-to-we- ar 19 We have on display the most complete line of Ladies g Headquarters for Genuine OLIVER, SYRACUSE AND JOHN DEERE Steel Plows, best plows made. Jno. Deere and Oliver Sulky Plows VULCAN PLOWS at Cost. Tun additional prizes of $5. each, given by theLancas ter Merchants Association in the Automobilo Contest J. H. Mount, Son & Co. 1 IS AT HAND. Everything in Carpets, Mattings, Druggets, Furniture. We give free coupons for the Automobile. Harry Anderson Phone No. 5. ViMMMi wmmmmammmmmw EJi PAINT YOUR CAR YOURSELF Thousands of Nil experience needed. car owners huve successfully repainted car with the ARSENAL SYSTEM. All colors. Enamel Your Own Lamps With Liquid SAVES $25. TO $75. Try OurMohair Top Dressing . g Gun Metal. Lustre umiimmnl by heal, stays on. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. THE QUEEN OF THE Kitchen will tell you that It is just as essential to have GOOD Coal as it is to have good things to cook with in preparing a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of good coal at a fair price. Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g Go Mrs. Jesse Wearen, of Stanford, has been the guest this week of MIS31 LANCASTER REAL YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, A 4. Miss Lizzie Grimes is at home from a Carrie Miller. MAN. ESTATE Miss Joan Mount has returned from visit to Stanford friends. a picasHiit visit to her friend Mrs.) The Clearwater Evening Sun has the Mrs. Jack Illanpied Is in Lexington Raspberry hushes for sale. this week visiting friends and relatives, Webster I. Huntington of Mt Sterling, following to say of Joe Ilaselden who -J. R. Mount. A Brief Mtntlon ol the Comlnct mil Mis, Nancy Robb of Nicholasville exP?ctf t0 Vt8 in 20 f'inutf: lh" Tbe many friends of Miss Julia Reid as JOoinjt ly'fhou Wt Art !nttrtttd In. will arrive today, and will be the charm-"v,el Miss Mattie Estrs will sell (lowers will regret to hear the is upon the sick "nhardt-Gorrb ock. Clearwater. ing guest of Miss Bettie Walker Burn- list. will he sold by the United Realty Co., this spring. Save your orders for her. 8jje ' Monday, March 29th, at 2 p. m. This Mrs. Joanna Hall is at home from a For Sale Cheap:-FuMiss Ivn Rancy nf Stnnforil is Hie set oak dining Mrs. James Dunn, of Danville, who i, the most desircble business block in room visit to her daughter Mrs Bohon Carno-hel- l. Mrs. W. U. Mason, guest of Lancaster relatives. furniture. has been quite ill for some time, is now Clearwater, or nil of Florida, for that tf, Jesse I'rather of Rloomington III., is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mc matter. It faces the main business The Chautauu.ua Circle met with Mrs Roberts. Her friends ard relatives here for a visit tu his father. .Mr. J. I'. For Sale. street, and the best residential street, i'rather. Frank II. Marksbury Tuesday after- hope the change may prove beneficial and the Gulf of Mexico, 2U feet above 25,000 feet of pine lumber. Will sell Misses Iiessic and Eunice I'rather noon. to her health. sea level. From the main street and cheap for cash. were visitors in I'ans and Lexington Mis Elizabeth Lyne of Nicholasville, the foot of this block, begins the city's Hughes Bros, I'hone 170. Tho friends of Mr. W. A. Arnold Sunday. is the attractive guest of Mrs. II. F. were glad to see h.m"joy riding" over dock and recreation pier, and is one of Robinson. j We have a large stock of Miss Winnie Wherilt has a our streets last Monday. Mr. Arnold three streets in Clearwater that leads position in the Norton Infirmary in Mrs. Annie' Doty I'urdy of 1'aris is has had quite a seige of it this past to the water. It will always be the j Buggies and Wagons to ct Louisville. here for a visit to Misses Jane and winter and we trust his convalescence principal gateway to the Gulf and Bay. Let us make from. It is an opportunity for any specuwill prove permanent. Mary Doty. Alias Carrie Davidson is at home from lator. It is an opportunity 'to n busi- you prices on them. t visit tu her daughter Mrs. .. T. Rice Miss Elsio Zimmer returned from ness man Miss Amanda Anderson was a recent who wants to own his own at Richmond. week where she spent a business home. W. J. Romans. visitor of her sister, Mrs. M. M. Miller Somerset last There are but twenty few days with her uncle, Mr. Charles Hon. u C. rax uf Danville was a of Lexington. lots, and J. S. Ilaselden expects the Renner, proprietor of' the Newtonian visitor Sunday of his daughter Mr. J Mr. Erasmus Dunn Is reported quite entire block to be sold in exactly j Single Comb White Leghorn Eggs. MasJtockwell Smith. ill of pneumonia at his home on the Hotel in that thriving litttle city. twenty minutes." S. C. White Leghorn stock from ter William Itenner accompanied her. Mr. John M. Duncan was in Stanford Danville pike. I'rize Winners at all shows. Eggs last week visiting hia sister Mrs. Master Gayle Doty entertained his for sale $1.00 per 15 or J3.00 per 100. aTa'tely' possession of purehasedhome AN Y BODY CAN GET A HOME Charlotte Warren. ' young cousin Ansel Hemdon, of DanJ. M. Mount. in Washington. D. C, and her mother, , Good Man tan Gel r Miss Allie Yanlia is at home after u ville Saturday. 0ne To Mrs. Pattie D. Gill will remain with SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORN pleasant visit to Iter cousin Miss Lottie Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collier of Fork her for some time to sec Mr. and Mrs,, EGGS from healthy farm range, winter Ten Years To Pay For It. Carson of Stanford. Ridge, Tenn., are guests of Mrs. U. D. Barnard fully enjoy the change from! layers. Fifteen for cents one hundrmonotonous boarding house existence. ,. , , Misses Anna Melvin ami Edna llerkle Simpson and daughter. ed for 3.C0 CASH. -. , of Lexington, spent the Easier Holidays Erie C. Farra. Mr and Mrs. Wright of Danville Sallie Rayburn celebrated her taining about 1400 acres of Garrard Mis. with Mrs. II. C. Dunn. Lancaster, Ky. were- - guests at the Simpson House tbe 74th birthday on Easter Sunday at the County's best soil, which I will cut Box, 272. of her Mr. J. Raymond Ilaselden, wife and latter part of last week. Mr. R. I. to parcels to suit purchasers, in amounts children and Misses Ezell and Hatcher Reverend J. W. Heagle was called to Gregory. Her sister, Mrs. Harbor, ' from live acres to an entire farm, Army .Mules Wanted. motored to Danville Friday. 310 acres, fertile soil, on good pike, IJrodheud the past week to preach the and Mr. and Mrs. Langford of Rich- I want to buy some pack mules, 14 mond motored to Lancaster Sunday to two miles from a thriving village and funeral of Mrs. Granvil'e Owens. W. II. Mason Jr, of Centre College, enjoy the day with her and wish her 1J miles from one of the best graded to U hands, and some artillery mules Danville, spent Easter with his parents Mrs. W. S. Elkin of Atlanta came many happy returns. schools in the State, conducted by four 151 to 16 hands high, from 5 to 10 years Mr. and Mrs. W. it. Mason. Thursday to make a visit of two weeks W. B. Burton, old. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hudson, Mr. experienced teachers, children conveyed I Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. R, I. Gregory and two daugh-- , to her sister. Miss Jennie Duncan. Shirley Hudson. Mr. M. O. Rigncy. t0 a,,d from 8cho1 at the arrive Friday from a recuperative Miss Margaret Fox of Danville, who wif and daughter. Mr Wnn,! Ilnrn ' the District: intelligent, cultured and stay of several weeks in DeLand Fla. has been with her cousin. Miss Eliza Buggies, Wanted: side. Mr. and Mrs. Fred 1' Frishie. Dr. hospitable people for neighbors, in two Mrs. W. A, Speith returned from Smith is now visiting Miss Mary Lynn M. K. Denny, Mr. James N. Denny, miles of High Bridge, where boating, Surries and Automobiles rax in Stanford. Louisville last Wednesday, after a Messrs Joel, Arch and Wad Walker, and other methods of entertainment to paint and repair. Bring visit with friends und relatives. The Home and Foreign Missionary Mr. A. W. Kavanaugh and Rev. W. are at hand. Five room residence, two tenant houses, 3 acre tobacco barn, 150 them in now before the Miss Elizabeth Ford was over from Society of the I'resbyterian church met M. Eklridge were in Richmond at the d acres in grass. Farm is near the Sayre College, Lexington, to upend Wednesday afternoon with thel're&ident burial of the late Mrs. Ann Walker, we have expert work-jme- n. million dollar dam to be con- - rush, Easter witii her father. Judge A. D Mrs. Frank II. Marksbury. .m ... l. Sundav'a Coarier Journal rnnrninml I sirucieui on nemugKy river, wnicnt win Ford. The raculty Meeting was held with j an interesting item entitled. "Ensign furnish electric light for the entir-W. Romans, Mr. A. It. Dfiiny and daughter, Mrs. Mabel Mason at the home of Mrs. ;ls Commended for Bravery by Daniels," jt can be divided irto three frms. Mattie Duncan have returned from a W. L. Lawson or. Thursday evening. and is interesting because tne young Vh Hiwtr lirnurn farm r!mr. stay of several weeks at Ilaltle Creet, Delicioux refreshments wer; served, Naval ollicer referred to Ensign Robert nink linliin.nn Jin acres. fW trnm BANK STOCK FOR SALE. , ti ,, r. Carey J r. ia a nechew of Mrs. i Michigan. ... W. . tu .?..-.-- . itr uwm, all new, splendid residence. .me Lisiiib iv. , , it u voiivemiun i uo"" , If not sold befor-;- , will sell next a irequwu visitor nere thirty foot concrete silo, concrete pools, Miss Agnes Uradshuw of Decatur will meet at Wihuorr, April JiHh, County Court day, five shares of stock Iota of hemp, corn, and tobacco land. III, a student at Hamilton College was Medarnes M. K. Kirby, J. B. Kinnaird "l In The Garrard Bank and TrustCo. D. M. Lackey, the article reading Robinson Brothers farm contains 3o0 with her cousin Mrs. J. A. Anion for and Miss Amanda Anderson will be W. L. Lawson. "Ensign Robert W. Carey Jr., of the acres, one stock barn, two tobacco attendance, , the Easter holidays. I cruiser, Maryland, commended barns, seven room residence. Most uf Mrs. J. II. AnderHUi who was with courage, ability and resource in helnini Miss Hvrnie Lear, of Transylvania per ct. 5 is any stone University, Lexington, was with her her mother-in-laMr. Sue Ande.reon 8avo three lives at the time of the re- - this sandcountv land andtliU farmer known nf Years 5 5 parents Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Lear for left Saturday to join lier husband at cent boifc.r explosion on U,e cruiser.San "nd is the and that grews ' iduhes Kresnu. .California, after a aojourn-witLoans made on real estate. the Easter holidays. Diego." EnsiKn Carey, aUo a first nrico tobacco. US l If you n,l ua 1 kinspeople.. need cheaper money on long time, see cousin of Mrs. Herbert I'rice of Dsn- - j hemp. The evidences Miss Mary Clay Williams of Tulsa! Mercerounty on the farm are ' to bear cut this statement. This farm me about it. Uklu., a student at Hamilton College, ' Mrs. W. 11. Muss held a family ville. G. B. Swinebroad. Lexington, spent the Easter holidays limbering on last Sunduy.lheliountoous A dispatch front Washington to the is located on tbe Kemper Lane near Lancaster. Kv. Easter dirner spread being in honor of Louisville Times says; Mr. and Mrs. j Lexington pike. with Lancaster friond. bur children and who.u Henry Clay Browning, at this city, The Beazley farm, one and one half Airs. b. I). luriKT and attractive have announced the engagement of miles from Lancaster, on Lexington SWEET CLOVER. little daughter Annie Belle are in Lex- birthdays occurred this mouth. u ucres. goou uricK residence. Reverend Wuiroiwr at Danville illlnd lne,r uaugnier, tuse, ana w. Vernon P'i", ington for a visit to Mr. Turner o Tho great new fertilizer and land- K!c"ril-',n- . f Danville, tke wedding tobacco barn, stock barn, in reach of holds a gooj position In that city. tho tiulpit at the l'rebyteriau ciiuree Wjshingtoa some time the Lancaster Graded school. The soil builder equal to alfalfa in hay and Sundav morcim? as a winulv for the ! to uke l,,!lce pasture, Write for price list of seed Rev. J. Rockwell Smith, who has in the Jute fail. Miss Browning, who is splendid, well watered and the farm and "Free Circular" telling how to been confined to his horae tor several , regultr pastor, Reverend J. itockivell is an unusually attractive and uccom- - fronts ono and one quarter miles on days, is some better ut this time and Smith who was incupacitc"' by illness. pushed young woman, is a prominent the Lexington pike, in easy reach of grow it. JOHN A. SHEEHAN. his friends hope to see Urn out again Mr. and Mrs. Jake Graw, who have member of tho younger set of the town and front cun be used R. D. 3. Falmouth, Ky. soon. been at the Ketigarlan for the past six National Capital. Mr. Richardson is as building sites, which I propose to An- - cut in any size tu suit purchaser, Mrs. W. O. Riguey returned Monday months, left las', week for a few months the secretary of Senator Jamen. I will exchange uny of this provertv "Runaway June," is shown from Huntington, West Virginia, where stay in Louisville. We are glad to an- nouneementof the approaching mar-- 1 they were called by the illnese and nounce tint this popular couple will riage of Mhu Browning und Mr, Rich- - j for Carrurd county property at the at Roman's Opera House each Monday ardson came as a surprise to their same price I will sell for cash. If you death of mother. Sir. Ann return here in the early summer. Night-- See it. Walker. wish to exchange, come with yours friends hre. , Ward, the little sop Robert Fulton priced as you would sell for cash. You In the Louisville Boys High School uf Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward of this jean get this land just as cheap by ex- Honor Roll announced in Sunday's county can boast of something rare and to Courier Journal, J. C. Hemphill wus often unheard of in that Uo has 10 PREACHING AT WHITE included in the membership of the living grand parents. All of them live WHEN MOTORING Now uro 'our aa Kood farms as Senior class. Elder F. M. Tinder will preach Sunin the counties of Garrard and Madison. nru ' tne county. If you have day afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock at tho Mr. A. R. Denny and daughter, Mrs. . TO DANVILLE the Na- White Oak school house on Stanford bev" u tMate in life' ta- - Bt A. C. Powell. President Mattie Duncan, were in Stanford Tues- tional Prohibition League of will lecture As many as can should avail Uf Vu re the kind who never dreads day to see Mrs. Kelly Francis and little I want to see yeu. These at the School Auditorium, Friday eve- themselves of this opportunity to meet "' tMure. Stop ut daughter, before their return to their ning 7;30. No admission irw ,ive farni" arul want 10 8eo liv at fee will be together and study the word of God. ' home in Middlesboro. men. Cull on or write, charged. Such Is his lirv reputation J. I. Hamilton. Lancaster Kv. Ector Lawson, Frank Tinder, Carl that he Is known as "The Little Giant". SHOP-PERFEC- T a v 9 Am Acton and Robert Tomlinson have reUAKU Ur THANKS. The return of Mr, and Mrs. Johnson turned to Lexington to resume their We desire, through the columns of and refresh yourself ut our studies after spending tho Easter sea- Price from a protracted sojourn at If You Are Nervous DeLand, Sanford and Orunge City, the Record to extend our friends and son with their parents. and are losing weight, wo recommeai Soda Parlor. Florida, was unintentionally omitted in neighbors our deepest gratitude for that you take Reverend S. II. Pollitt filled the pul- the last Issue, and they are again oc- the many acts of kindness shown us pit at the Baptist church on Sunday cupying their attractive home on Rich during the illness and after the death BSsSSSm Emulsion evening, there being no services at the mond Avenue and receiving a warm of our father, John W. Scott' and to SAo Methodist church either morning or welcome and congratulations from their assure them that we will ever cherish for a short time. A prescription whioli Incorporated ' vening because of tha defective fur many friends because of Mr. Price's the memory of those kindnesses. i Danville, Kentucky, vt gladly endorse. nac. R. E. McRobsrtt The Family. evident improvement in health. i n W. It. Ilurton was in Richmond Mon- i day. D People VXV? L a ll ' j acc-pt- ed i se-jle- ! "m ' I s 200 I I i s coun-Mi- ! J. -- i """;". for 1- -2 perct-Money- -5 1- -2 gracd-chUdre- their 0AKjS:;:u7iri,you,ie8,re -' 'w the home-pike- t MB mm m i boxa$SL oiiwoii - iPorfcct Page 6 COMBINED STALLION. TUBERCULOSIS Part The Central Record, Thursday April 8, SANATORIUM 1915. SCHOOL NOTES. (By Win, F. Mlller.i To Be Opened For Patients From Any 01 State. fear told ui the game atory distress after eating, gases, heartburn. A Yes Many People Stop! Look! Listen! High Preston 6846. $12.50 To star," left hind ankle white, fine style and action. He Hay Stallion 1G hands, Kentucky, at will make the season of 1916 at my fathers barn near Hackley. Insure a Living Colt. . iirrti nuPQTnv f.ftifi! Hired liv Carroll Preston. 4383: he by I'reston 922 by Washington 54; by Cronwell 73; by Washington Denmark. Carroll Preston's by Almont 1st dam Baby Pence 7049; by Enoch Arden; 2nd dam Lady Pence Forrest 2863; 3rd dam Daughter of Garrard Chief 2263; 4th dam Gray Eagle. HIGH PRESTON 684G; 1st dam was Queen Eagle, 11920; she by King Eagle 2656, he by Royal King 2555, he by Ontimo 745. he by Stonewnll Jackson T2. Hoyal King's 1st dam Mol.'ie Mountz, 2584, was by the noted sire Cabbella V. S. King Eagle's 1st dam Hip 3579. she by Eaglo Bird 1014, he Lexington. by Old King Eagle 750, 2nd dam Bed Lion, 3rd dam Harris Denmark 45. 4th dam by Jim Dell. Otc. .. iTT.'it TinLVTrtXf (wiwt Qnrt .lam T.artv ftlrfl- .- ahp hv PactIa Hlnl 1014. ' 3rd J j I11UI1 1 ill.OlVJH dam Mollie Drennon she by Old Drennon, 4th dam Copper Bottom and runs back to old Davy Crockett Also at the same time and place will stand my fine Jack, C. At MORGAN, (o Insure 4665 Horse Colt $7.00 a Living and $8.00 For Mare Colt. white seven years old and has proven himself a good breeder. C. Morgan by John Morgan, Jr., 3705, was sired by John Morgan, he by and is out ot an imported Jen net. John Morgan, Jr., out of Jennet by Joe Blackburn, he by 3rd Prince, he by 2nd Prince, he by Imp Prince, 1st dam Daisy by Dixie, she by Irvin Dixie by Kickapoo, 2nd dam Mollie Gray by Lord Wellington, 3rd dam by Importer. Dam Beecher Jennet. Lien retained on all colts for service fee. Care taken to prevent acci dents but not responsible should any occur. Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with or bred to other stock without permission. C. Morgan is a black Jack, with points, 151 hands high, coming J. F. FOLEY, Hackley, Ky. Horse Season LET THE CENTRAL Cards. RECORD Print Your HORSE and JACK High-Clas- s Work at Reasonable fcHrVVv!".-- .-. .... ...r, I. m Prices A PEDIGREE WORK SPECIALTY. Satisfaction Guaranteed. - - THE - - CENTRAL RECORD, Ky. Lancaster, The Examination given the Seniors They nrc shinning horses nntl mules out of our country by the and after each Arrangements are being completed n physics Friday evening was well beforeBold only by meal will reliera you. us 25c thousands nml is seems to me the best time in the world tn rnise all Association In digested. by the R. E. McP.ob.rti The line up of the L. II. S. Base Ball .oulsville for the reopening of Hazel- we cnn. Team will be given In next weeks wood Sanatorium for the treatment of school notes. tuberculosis in alt stages of the disease. Old Black Joe, Young Napo and Silver Silk will make It Is announced that patients will be Owing to the lack of space last week the season 1915 at Ben Ham's barn, Hyattsville, Ky. received early in April, though applica- In "School Note Column" several items tions for admission are already being were omitted. un April 17 tn at 2 o'clock p. m., on made from a number of counties in the The Tennis Court was recently fixed tbe premises we will olTer at Public state. up by a few boys, and now are enjoy- Sale nt Paint Lick, Ky.. a parcel of Extensive additions and equipment ing games In the afternoon. land on which is located a coal and A black Jack, over 15 hands, extra heavy body and large have been added and the Misses Mary Clay Williams and lumber yard. It has on it a good culosis Association is devoting the bone and has proven to be nn excellent breeder. The first mule that stable, coal shrd, house for dressed greatest part of its elTort and fut.ds to Mamie S. Dunn, were visitors at school lumber etc. Is an established business he sired, sold for $90 00 cash, nt weaninp; time. Any Jack lhat will from ten to twelve oclock Monday, the establishment of the sanatorium sire a mule that sold for 190.00, lost fall, deserves the patronage ol Quiet a number will likely go to Dan in on a permanent basis and with a ville to the C. U. Track Meet which Coal, Lumber, Lime, Sand, Cement, Brick, the county. broader field for its future operation The cost of treatment will continue will be held In Little Britian. April SOth. aid has a private switch adjoining. to be Kept low for patients and will be Quite a large crowd was present being Thursday evening to hear the Sommera This Is an opening for a live man to do at actual cost or less, the deficit made up by the funds of the Anti of the Lyceum Bureau. They played to a big business. ine tract contains about 3i acres Tuberculosis Association and Its con a large and well pleased house. This is a coining three that bids fair to make a tributors. Capt. Herron gave his men a hard with site for home and splendid bottom splendid Jack. He is by Napoleon 3rd., the largest Jack that I have At The medical conduct of the institution work out last Tuesday afternoon. The for large garden and corn patch. ever seen and out of n John Morgan Jennet. He will be permitted to will be under the direction of tLe Lapt and others who have seen the ball the same time I will sell a 10 horse Medical Advisory Hoard, composed of boys practice this season are justly power boiler and engine and some serc a limited number of mares. twenty-fivof the best known physi- proud of them and several not contests stacks of lumber. This sale is to close out our partner cians and surgeons in the state, who will be booked for this season. ship owing to Mr. Rucker a ill health will operate the institution on the plan Miss Tinder's room will use the hour Terms liberal and will be made known followed i n the tuberculosis A 54 inch pony, beautifully marked with white and black. and from 8;15 Friday morning, for the on day of sale. sanatorium in America, particularly morning exercises. The patrons of large enough to be useful not the play thing size. those of the Adirondacks and of the school are cordially BURNAM & RUCKER. invited to be He is n grand son of Dock Grey and out of nn excellent pony Colorado. Is an advantage to the Long Tom Chenault, Auctioneer. Arrangements tor preliminary ex present, this mare. They will each stand at school as well as pleasing the public aminations and reservations for admis an nour. sion to the sanatorium are already being lor Miss Fzell'a room delightfully enter made to the Louisville culosis Association, with whom all lained the School last Friday at the A Lien retained on nil col's until seusou is paid nnd the season physicians or patients are expected to morning exercises. Little Miss "Baby Sister" Caneer also took part in the is due from the man who bred marc if parted without our consent. communicate. exercises by going on the stage by her OF Very careful, but not responsible for accidents. Nothing So Good for a Cough or Cold. self and giving two of her recently learned speeches. When you have a cold you want the E. B. HAH, HYATTSVILLE. The Are bell was rung last Tuesday Henry Moore, Assignee of Edd S. H. ALDR1DGE, LANCASTER, KY best medicine obtainable so as to get Owens, Plaintiff fire drill. The pupils rid of it with the least possible delay. afternoon for a VS. responded at once, and the large school There are many who consider Cham Defendants of teachers, numbering somewhat over Edd Owens and Others berlain'a Cough Remedy unsurpassed four hundred was clear of the building Pursuant to a judgment of the Gar Mrs. J. Boroff, Elida, Ohio, says, in less than 3 minutes and were back rard Circuit Court rendered in the above kver since my daughter Huth was at work in their respective class rooms styled case at its March Term 1915 the cured of a severe cold and cough by In live minutes. undersigned Asaignee will on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy two MONDAY APRIL 20, 1916 The following were guests at our years ago, I have felt kindlv disposed This richly hrrd Saddle Stallion will make the seaeon of 1916 at my stable school last Friday morning: Mrs. M before the Court House Door In Lan toward the manufacturers of that pre L. Caneer. Mrs. J. E. Dickerson and caster, between the hours of 11 and 12 on the Buckeye pike, about 2 miles from I.anraster, Ky., at the low price of M this being County Court paration. I know ot nothing so quick o'clock A. Miss Emma Walker, Miss Mattie Day sell at public outcry to the highest to relieve a cough or cure a cold." For son. A LIVING Adams, Miss Edna Berkelv and visitor and Pest Uidder tne following real es sale by all dealers. This property is located Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn, Mr. Frank state PEDIGREE-Du- ke of Denmark. Jr., by Duke of Garrard, he by the old Tinder. Mrs. Sam Hoseiden, Mrs. Cox, in Garrard County Kentucky on the Duke of.Denmark. First dam of Duke of Garrard, the House mare, she sired waters of Sugar Creek and bounded as DEATH OF THE MAN WHO Mrs. C. Elkin, Miss Annie Margaret folllows: by old Mack Squirrel. First dam of Duke of Denmark. Jr.. Anne Hell by WalElkin, Mrs, George Robinson, Miss Beginning at a stone on east bank of lace Denmark, and out of Lady Morgan, by old Stonewall Jackson. Emma Doty, Mrs. S. C Denny. Mrs. Sugar Creek and on the west side of INVENTED "CHICKEN The Duke is a beautiful rich red bay stallion. 10 years old and has proven Grant, Miss Willie Wilkerson, Miss the road thence S Til E at C chains to be a sure foal producer and a line breeder of combined horses. See him beline Sycamore tree on Young, Miss Pattie Anderson, passing a certain in Helen all 92 chains to a fore youlbreed. the side of a hill ALA KING." Miss Eliza Todd and visitors, Mrs. post at end of wire fence thence with Lein retained on all colta for aeaeon money. Care taken to prevent acRoyston, Mrs. Siler, Mrs. Sanford. said wire fence S 67J E 1.20 poles cidents but not responsible should any occur. Th inventor of chicken a la King is thence btoti, cnains tnence b dead. If Macadam in immortalized by a 4.41 chains to a post in a hollow thence FARM FOR SALE. down the hollow with a fence N fri type of roadway, and Lord Raglan by a 3.96 chains to a double black walnut garment ind Sir Robert Peel by the Farm containing 90 acres, three miles N 11 W 3.41 chains thence N "bobbies" and "peelers,, why should north of Lancaster on the Lexington thence 2.65 chains to post corner to 151 W go pike, well improved with good stock Joe Pierce land, thence with his line. not William King, of Philadelphia, down to fame upon the palatable, savory barn and all necessary out buildings. with a fence. N 58 W 6. 10 chains to stone on top of hill thence N ffi W concoction of fowl and mushrooms with never failing springs and splendid 3.76 chain thence 1.30 chains truffles and red peppers smothered in young orchard in full bearing. The thence H 61 W 3.76NHW to a stone chains cream that wears his name? at fork of hill and on the east side of residence contains ten rooms, with bath Record 229. Trial 2U1J. Many a man has known that he could and otbe,r modern conveniences. This road, and Creek, thence along the road thence read his title' clear to glory it a cigar has been mostly in grass for taw past t foot ef hills 571 W l.SSchains25 W Half Brother to- Hula Watts (2) 2:271. S 381 W K.K! chains thence E were named for him. Thomas W. Law 14 years and is now ready to grow 3.63 chains to the beginning containing Trotter, Brawn Stallion, aboet IS banJ.v foaled 190tx son paid a Boston florist $50,000 to call hemp or tobacco. Sixty-fiv- e acres in 15.36 acres. Standard- Registered Vet a new carnation after his wife case of bluegrass, the balance in clover and The object of said sale rs to sett! a future in a wife's name. At the flower meadow. The desirable location, fer- un said aeewned estate. .Uoiona UI, a credit of Said sale will be made-oshows the chrysanthemums and rosss tility of tbe soil, makes this Dark Nil hi W. Dire ol eu, UaiualU, most C and 12. month", bearing' 6 per cent or 31. me ti Hit Xoondar proudly flaunt the nomenclature of those desirable home. For further particu Interest from date of sate until paid. ll l Ml.ul llh liik Hr!chHa: htm r.imors. 10 1 Ureal Hruoi Mar. Kecort :in.' win. whom the horticulturists have delighted lars, apply to Said purchaser will be required to give ' Klreol Hilly Hulk :U!i.l Vl HarrrClar rs bona wun approved secuniv, urn re to honor, even as the owner of a racing Hlr of 4. damt Alex West, Lancaster Ky, Hhwif vie;. Kim Oniir viir mr (Irval trooit 1 !CarwrMl Hall llrtok tained on the land to seeare said pay yecht or the humble skipper of a canal J By Noro.9 Hrook Zirrlnr ments. Said bonds to have the force Bulltirook may burn the sweet incense of deli1:'t7V boat and effect of a judgment upon which 3:10. eto. l Baron Wllkaa.tr. t lr. by a NINA Mllu 1HM cate flattery in feminine nostrils lu3.10.aK. execution may issue if same is not paid tm York rtn ij Hrrii.li. tuMj. (Quran Elkal. at maturity. few painted or gilded lettersonthe prow. w euro ny i.rainmre tu. . ln)Vv farno Mr. Lett Sebastian is very ill at -- Data of UJ W.tll (il HrlU (It. MUltv Ham ot T.ct V Does he not deserve well of his kind . HEMTtV MOORE; Assignee xilvrr mlk u this writing. Munektr l:fLL. NTunrlco In l.on-- i km.iV who pleases the jaded palate with new halt ir. :ir; out ( Edd Owens. Wltkaa Hrook Mrs Jessie Long spent Saturday ti Mlrnt lllrr J), permutations and combinations? May Iikttr ci.r Cite ol Carl WllkatV R. H. TomJfnson. Attv for Plaintiff. Halt Hl.lrr to Hlrnl Jannr Clay. not the chef feel the pride of a pioneer with her parents. Hy llarry t'ky V Hriiok'JriMH. lUdillartar Mis Lillian Compton was the- guest n.l Lilly Claf and the satisfaction of a creator when lam of Htlrnl Hrok lara ol I'm J .JDn. !:!',. K.MI tay Ml out of ingredients long familiar he of Miss Ethel Sunday. J.';.IC, fit for Valfashions delectable viands Mr. Charlie Creech entertained a MeadowSilent Brook 197CK, 2:ltS"e of Hilly Burk halla or high Olympus? Justly are the number of friends Friday afternoon. Brook 2:06). Archestratus, names of Athenaeus. Lady $12. per set of mighty good, number. Will' make the season of 1915 at my Shawbav 2:07fc. rarrine 27i. Betty Brook 2:(W. Emma Brook Ilellbrook 2:10, Batter Brook 2UO Silent HriKadie (2) 2:10, Margaret Bathgate Epicurus, Lucullus, Petronius, Apicus Conn Bros. stable ac Marksburv. Ky., at (4) 2:llt, etc. Sired dam o( Chatty Direct (1) etc. His dam, Jenny preserved in historv'a scroll as those of Mr. aad Mrs. Stevie Layboa spent a Living CoM Clay, also produced Reddle Clft? 2:25, and wan jrrandam of Ptu 221). men who knew a good thing when they Saturday night and Sunday, with Mr. $ 15. to (winner Kentucky Futerlty,) Brenda Moko 2tttT, sire of Fervno ate it. Why should not the composer and. Mrs. Clyde Morgan. Garrard Peaviiie, $503, is a fine- - 'in (Futurity winner) (5) Native Belle (2) (Futurity of a dish be remembered as well as the dividual, good style- and action. Sired Yorke (3) 2:01 Mr. Carl Prewitt and wifaaod daugh by Ite.t Peavine- ITJtJ, grand aire. Rex winner.) (3) 23Xi (chimpionX-year-oIfilly, Manrico (3) 2:1171 (Futurity wincomposer of a sonnet or a symphony? ter Annie were the guestsof Mr. and McDonald 833. 1st dam Gordo Lady ner.) Silver Silk (4) Sunie N. (3) 2:09i (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10. Mrs. Z. P. Jones Sunday. by Mobel 2:10t, Muhester 2:1 i. Momaster 2:lt. Sitiko )3) 2:1U (Futurity winner) C330 she by Cern Gordo 1022, h PAINT LICK Rev. Baird filled his regular appoint Black Squirrel 58, etc. Sired dams of The- Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting etallion.) Vito (4) ment at Freedom Saturday and Sunday 2:001. Martha Tipton (4) 2dl, O'Neil (3) 2il3. etc. Drothw to Bumps 2:03J. Mrs. Ridnev Griggs returned from. and a Urge crowd attended. Baron I. 2:10. etc. Indianapolis the past week. trial mite 2:14, naif in BJeuther 4G158, record 2;'-last quarte'r In Ur. and Mrs. Leonard Naylor and Mr. James Harve Ralston was home Mr. Everett Grow spent Sunday with. will also at th same time and place 32 second, is a handsom. seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 Kunds. He Louisville for Easter. from greatly resembles his good siro Silent Hrook and is out of Clayo, by the great Mr. and Mrs. Frank Humes. make th season of 1915 at Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsdon were Futurity sire Moko. Mrs. Sam Ward and Mr. Joe Wheeler tolHSure a Living Colt hosts at a dining on Sunday. Foreign demand marked the exhaustion of foreign supply and we may exand aister Miss Jennie, were the guests We can save you money on hardware. of Mr. and Mrs. Zack Simpson Sunday Try Vin by Rex Peavine- Y&S, 1st pect the call for our horses to continual long after tho war is over. Our advice Conn Bros. Guilty 9050, 2nd dam Blue Streak to mare owners is to breed their mares and to breed tlwm to stallions of merit Mr. and Mrs. Odua M altar and little dam and Ethel daughter spent Saturday night and 4803, by Curtis Peavine. by Peavine 85. and proven worth as sires. Illeucher is just the type to produce the colts that Misses Sallie Woods proven fine, with nice head nnd neck Estridge spent Monday in Richmond. These are both combined horses and will supply the demand. His colta have Funday with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie the best in the country, being of the and plenty of bone and conformation. Miss Jefsie Parks, of the Richmond Ross. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1915 at my stable in Normal, spent Easter with the home Mr. and Mrs. Ainoa Prewitt and two same breeding as the famous show Kentucky, at folks. and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Long horses, Edna Mae, Hasel Dawn. Jack Lancaster. little sons Misses Estridge entertained a were guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Marion Straw, Etc. The TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. I will also at the same time and place few frieuds at a rook party on Thurs Prewitt Sunday. day evening. my big Jack. stand Mrs. John Layton and neices. Misses Mrs. B. M. Lear is in Middlesboro Mary and Annie Layton, Dicy and for a visit to her son, Mr, Reid Lear Flora Adkison, spent Tuesday with Mr JOHN MORGAN. JR., 3705 and Mrs. Lear. and Mrs. J. H. Posey. at $10.00 to insure a living colt. John I will also stind this beautiful ShetMiss Mattie Woods of Madison Insti Misses Dicy and Flora Adkison. Mary Morgan, Jr.. was sired by John Morgan tute, was the guest of her parents for Layton, Messrs Grover he by Marmaduke and out of an Import- land Stallion for the season of 1915 at and Annie the Easter Holidays. He has proven to be a Huffman, Talt Wheeler and Earl Long ed Jennet. Mr. and Mrs. Bird who have spent spent Sunday with Miss Nannie Lee great mule Jack, ia 161 hands high, my, stable in Lancaster, Ky., at This the winter here the guests of friends )ogan. good bone and a fine individual. returned to their home in California the Jack was bred and raised by Thos. Hill $10.00 To Injure! Liriog Colt. past week. of Buckeye. and Mrs. E. M. Walker and Mrs Mr. Ihaeabigtype POLAND CHINA I am prepared ta take care of mares Fannie Walker, of Lancaster, were the iinAII that t will stand for 11.00 cash on grass at 10ct per day. LlenJ rehereby give warn- guests of relatives in this neighborhood The undersigned or jji60 when booked. for the weeK ena. Ing to all persons not to trespass upon , LIen retaned on all colts for service tained on colts for service fee. Rev. W. M. Eldridge, J. Wade our lands for any purpose whatever as ee Care uiten to preVent accident! Walker, E. L. Woods and J. B, Woods we will prosecute all offenders to fut j,ut retp0nsible should any occur, Money due when mare Is traded or parted with. Care, taken to prevent attended the funeral of Mrs. Ana lest extent of t- - law. Hunters and. j jjoney due when colt is foaled or Jmare especially take notice. accidents but not responsible should anyoccur, Walker In Richmond Monday, Fishermen parted with or brd to other stock It. L. Elkin without permission, The millinery opening at Mrs. W, F. Ed & N U Price Mrs. Rebecca J. West, i Parks on Saturday was quite a succet; W. R. Cook. James G. Conn, Beside the beautirul hats on display t H. O. Arnold. huge bowl of delicious frappe refresh J. C. Morgan, ed the ladiei who ware fortunate We will add other namsa for zseenta Lancaster, Ky. Kentucky. Phone Mgrkaburyf enough to be on hand. PUBLIC SALE OLD BLACK JOE Anti-Tub- ld YOUNG NAPO e SILVER SILK best Anti-Tub- ASSIGNEE SALE $8.00 to Insure A Living Colt. LAND. Duke Of Denmark, Jr $8.00 TO INSURE COLT. it ilt, CLARENCE BEAZLEY. 46158. BLEUCHER - 1- 1 hf tjl o y u 3 jta .tk. or. Klrr-ol- Htim-p- , .u..iW.I - 5 GMRARD PEAVINE Insare - ) d - TRY VINE $15. - $20.00 Barlowe POSTED nt HARK GOINS. . W. B. BURTON, 95. The Central Record, Thursday April 8 1915. ELIMINATE CATTLE, Of Page 7 M'GRATHIANA FARM 814 Acres Is Purchased Chicago Oil By Children Cry for Fletcher's SWINE AND SHEEP. Owlnir to the existing conditions In Kentucky and other atate as a reault of the font and mouth disease directors of the Illuegrass Fair association, when thev met at Lexington Fridav to make up the exhibit classes, decided to eliminate cattle, swine and sheep. In event, however, that conditions Improve later n supplementary catalogue will be Issued covering these. The .1,000 was appropriated for sum of running races In addition to harness purses. The plan is to huve three running races nnd two harness on each of the six days. The fair is scheduled for August 'i to 7, Inclusive. Wealthy Man. Tlio Kind You Hnvo Always Itonglit, nncl Mlilch 1ms liccn lu n ho for over SO yearn, liu.i Iiornotlio slgiintnru of nml lias born iniulo under Id per- Sitf ""iml ruipertlaloii nlnrolu Infancy. Allow no ono (odrrclvo you in till. All ConntcrfcllH, Imitations) and " " nro but i:IMTlnicnt.H (hat trlllu with and ciHlmigrr tlio lirnltli of Infants and Clilhlrcii Kxycrlcmo iigulnat KxncrliucuU s WuVAW fir Cnalnrhi N ii Mili.stlttito Oil, Pnr Riirlr, Drops and Soothing Hyrtip. It Is plriiHiitit. It contain ni'ltlicr Opium, .Morplilno nor other Jtarcotlo nitlistaurc. Its iigc Is It.s K'li'runtoo. It destroys Worms mid nlhijs l!crl.linrj(s. I'or moro than thirty joarn It lias liccn In riinxtiint uso for tlio relief of Constipation, riattdrury, AVIud Colic, all Teething Troubles and IilarrlKi-n- . It regulates tlio Ktoiuaeli and 1 towels, UNslniltiites tho rood, glvlntr healthy and natural Bleep. Tho Children's l'annceu Tlio Mother's l'ricml. What is CASTOR I A liiinnlrst for Castor GENUINE CASTOR I A SI Bears the Signature of ALWAYS C. It, Shutter, or Chicago, wealthy oil man and trotting horse fancier, purchased from W, S. Itcazley & Ilro., the famous McOrathiana farm of 814 acres of excellent grass iand for $220 per acre and will devote it to the production of light harness horses. He is to have possession by January G, l'JIC, but may securo It sooner. Extensive improvements are to bo mnde. Mcdrathlnna farm is about four miles from Lexington, or the Newtown pike, and was established as a nursery for thoroughbred horses by I'rico McGrath At his death Colonel Milton Young, In tho bO s, became Its owner and contln FALLING HAIR 0R ued it as a breeding place for thorough breds until the fall of 1903 when he ITCHING SCALP. disposed of his stud and sold the farm to the Reazlcy Ilros, saddle horse and Now that Parisian Snge an Inex cattle men. Their profit on the deal preparation that supplies every Is considerably pensive over $50,000. hair and scalp need can be had from Perhaps "Tony" and Dick can bo certainly need induced R. E. McRobcrts, it is to come back lu .'old Garrard, less to have thin, brittle, matted, buy a farm here and "live happv ever stringy or faded hair. No matter how unsightly your hair, how badly it is artcr." falling, or how much dandrulT, I'arisian Rheumatic Pains Relieved. Sage is all that is needed, Kvery trace Why suffer from rheumatism when of dandrulT Is removed with one appllca tlon, the hair roots are nourished nnd relief may be had also small a cost? stimulated to grow new hair, itching Mrs. Elmer Hatch, l'eru, Ind., writes, "I have been subject to attacks of scalp and falling hall cease. grandmother, Mrs. Katherine Andersen, who is quite ill. Mrs. John Nevius and children, of Lebanon Jusctlon, havo hern the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hilton for several days. Miss Ida HoItzcUw who had a severe attrck of grip several weeks ago had a relapse last week, and Is reported quite III at her home In the country. Mrs. J. C. Reynolds and baby, Rernice May, have returned home from Mays-vill- e, where they have been the guests or her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Well Dressed People Wear Silk Hosiery Exclusively Silk stockings arc a positive necessity to the woman since Phoenix Silk Hose have placed this today-es-peci- ally well-groom- ed Smith. The Easter Dance that was given here on last Friday evening Is said to have been a very enjoyable affair. The music was furnished by Wright's Saxo has a millinery store In Chrisney, lnd., was called home this week on account of tht llldess of her grandmother, Mrs. Rather-InAnderson. ur. W. N. Craig went to JJanville last Thursday to report to Collector John W. Hughes and take up his duties ns Deputy Internal Collector under the narcotic law, Walter O. Walker has been appoint ed local representative of the Kentucky Credit Association by II. E. Newbv, and he will have charge of the associa-tio- n in this county. The Stanford High School team went to Hustonville Wednesday afternoon add played their first game this season. The game was a very interesting' one, Manrord team wining 85 to 5. Hugh Reid Foster. Claiborne Walton, William Yager and William Hrvan, who are attending the Military Institute at Mlllersburg spent the Easter vacation here with relatives and friends. The Dixie Rook Club was entertained last Thursday afternoon by Miss Lucy l.ee Walton, who proved herself a charming hostess. The highest scor was made by Miss Levisa Harris. Briscoe Conn, of Danville, was here last week, with two Buick cars, demon strating them. Mr.Conn who has been agent for this car for some time, has sold a number of them in this city. J. C. Bailey, who was cashier of the Crab Orchard Banking Company at Crab Orchard for a number of vears and several weeks ago bought out half interest of H. J. McRoberts store, came down last week to take charge. Mr. Bailey will be given a heaatv welcome "back home" as he lived here before moving to Crab Orchard. The directors of the K. of P. Fair held a meeting on Saturday afternoon at which time different cemmittees were appointed and they are to begin work at once. The catalogue promises to be the best one ever gotten out. Secretary E. C. Walton has gone to work to make this fair a good one and of course it is needless to say, that it will be a great success, when the association has such a man as him at the phone. Miss May Warren, who luxury within reach everyone's purse. of For men, too, "silks" have become the only hosiery that good dressing permits. That comfortable feeling of being fright" from head to foot comes only when you're wearing silk hosiery SIUCHOSE PHOENIX 1 I'arisian Sage is certainly one of the most invigorating tonics, and will surely make your hair soft, abundant nnd radiant with life and beauty. rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's Liniment always relieves mc im mediately, and I take pleasure in re commending it toothcrs." 25 and CO cent bottles. For sale by all dealers. In All The New Shades Women will find that In our line of Phoenix Silk Hose there are shades to match every costume. This hosiery remember, Is made of the finest Thread Silk, beautifully fashioned, rich, soft and light, yet very durable. Men, also, will find our stock of Phoenix Silk Hose very complete all sizes and all the popular colors. The price may surprise you, too, for this handsome silk hosiery costs no more than lisle. In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought JAPAN DOES NOT WANT TO FIGHT US FOR THREE REASONS. who has returned United States after six months Far East and who was present siege of Tsing Tau. tells why never will go to war with the United Mates. Japan is under heavy financial bur dens incident to the war with Russia, not a dollar of the debt incurred for that puioae having been paid. That is the first reason. Half of Japan's export trade is in silk and tea sent to the United States, which trade would cease in such case. That is the second reason. A third reason is that Japan does not desiro emigration of its people to the united States, but wishes to stimulate their migration into Japan's colonial possessions. '1 do not think there will bo a war between the United States and Japan," said tho newspaper man. in commenting on the Far Kastern situation. "The immigration question, and possibly America's attitude toward China, as opposed to Jagan, may bring the two nations together in seemingly serious disputes, but the disputes will be settled, in my judgment, without war. A TEATEUSVILLE Mrs. Lucy Jones is numherad with the sick. Mr. Sam Agee is snfferirig with pueumonia. Miss Lena hast is visiting her sister at Ruthton Kv. Miss Uhlan Uogie left last week to enter the Ilerea college. Mr. Walter Hume visited hii cousin Mr. Dave Hume recently. Mr. Sam Taylor spent Sunday with his sister Mrs. Sarah Hardin. Miss Allie II. Hume has been fuller-in- PHOENIX SILK HOSE nowspaer man, We have them and at the right price to sell them. Seed Oats. to tho in the at the Japan Come and see our Phoenix line It's so complete. for several days with tonsilitis. we can save save you monev on hardware. Conn Bros, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Hardin and chil dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ALSO THE KENTUCKY WHEAT DRILL to sow them with. 5ecler, PHONE 27. 5aard & Scott, BRYANTSVILLE, ORC.AS17.KU 1KS3. OF LANCASTER. KY. Kv. e Citizens National Bank Capital $50,000. Surplus $45,000. C. I 1 W. 0. l'.IGNEY, H..F. HUDSON. President. Au't Cash'r. Joe J. WaUCKR, J. WALKER. Jk.. Vie Prest. W. F. CIIAM1', Cashier. I If you are prepared against emergency !)' having a bank account. that accompanies that Nothing else can quite equal the heart-glofeeling of propardness. If you are not r. debitor here, start an account One dollar turns the trick. How Much Better You Feel W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Olllce Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Director and Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made hit rum a famous all United Stat and Canada. Composed of Roots, ovr th Harriet. Bark ami For treatment of Human Diteatct. 11.00 2Sc 2Sa Herb, bDay' Treatment. Dakota Jack' Cowboy liniment jack' Crcma Soap. Pike, 10c, 3 bar Dakota Punlty' Indian I ler- ,0.1. ON 1AUS AT DAKOTA JACK TU Northweitem Ccmboy C. C & J. E. Stormes and R. E. McRocerls. oniaiNATOS or PURSLKY'3 INDIAN HERBS Thomps Hume. Mist Mary Ii. Hardin spent Monday and Tuesday with her grandmother Mrs. Sarah Hardin. Miss Irene Itolton entertained a crowd of young folks Saturday night and they all reported a nice time. .Mr. Trave Casey who has been suffering for several weeks from a needle stuck in his leg is still confined. Mr. and Mrs. Hay den Com pi on! and children and Mr. and Mrs. Earll'rewitt head. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Petitions were filed this week by P. I'rewitt on Sunday. M. McRoberts and his layers for a re STOMACH MISERY hearing the school case of McRoberts and Penny. This case has caused a Will Quickly and Safely Rid You STANFORD great deal of excitement here. In the school election which was held last Of Indigestion. Miss Marguerite Fox, of Danville, is April, when P. M. McRoberts and G. When your stomach is out of order the attractive guest of Miss Mary Lin L. Penny made the race for school your food lies like a lump of lead fer- rox. trustee and Penny won by a small Mrs. S. L. Uurdette is the guest of majority, but it was believed that he menting and surely causing that feeling of fulness, sour taste in the mouth, her Hater. Mrs. Ed. Young at Lawrence- - was elected by illegal Votes, so the case coated tongue, biliousness, and many burg. was tried befor" Judge Charles C. other warning signs of indigestion, Mrs. w. JJ. O'RSnnon is in Lancaster Hardin, of Hurrodsburg, who after which is often a dangerous ailment. the guest of relatives and f.iends this hearing the witnesses on both sides deIt is needless for you to sutler, for week. cided that Mr. McRoberts had been any druggist can supply you with i,irs. ii,. in . i, nays spent. Sunday in elected, because after counting the il a harmless and e.tllcient remedy for Lancaster with James A. Reazley and legal votes that had been cast for Penny all bad stomachs. These small tablets and taking them away from the number family. givn almost immediate nnd joyful rePenny received McRoberts airs, iu. iirown, ot lirodhead. is votes that lief, while a few days' treatment the guest of Mrs. W. It. O'Hannon and had the majority. There were a nurn strengthens and stimulates the cliges ber of illegal votes erst for McRoberts tive system. The flow of gastric juices other frinnds here. too were Rut Mr Penny Mr. Iiettie LaRue, of Louisville was and '.hatfriendstaken off. satisfied with is increased, when vour food is prop his were not week-enguest of her sister, Mrs, erly digested; sour and gassy stomach. the the decision so they took it to the Court Deliorde, sick headaches, restless nights and Ceorge of Appeals at Frankfort, where it was" Miss Lucy Lee Walton wa the week reversed about a month ago. Then M other distressing symptoms quickly end guest of her friend. Miss Mary McRoberts and his layers set at work vanish. If suffering any stotnacli distress do V agers at Richmond. immediately and prepared to take it to give you quick not wait let a Mr. John B. Mershon, of Somerset, still n higher court, which was done and lasting relief. R. E. McRoberts has returned home after a visit to her this week. sells it with guarantee of money back daughter, Mrs. A. C. Hill. if you are not satisfied. Mrs. Patterson Eubanks, of Louis-- . ville, has been the guest of her brother "CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP." J. C. Eubanks and family. ce L. V. Nevius. of Winchester, spent Do you find a bit of dust? Sunday ami Monday here with his Clean it up! Clean it up! mother, Mrs. Mattie .Nevius. Do you we ii blight of rust? Mrs. Jay McOee, of Steph-envil- le, Mr. Thos. Traylor. who has been Rub it up! Rub it up! Texas, wnles: ' For quite ill is able to be up and hopes to If the paint is getting old. nine (9) yeais. I suffered with soon bo able to come to town. New and fresh is being sold. womanly trouble, i had terA full house greeted the Transylvania For the town has now been told rible headaches, and pains In Glee Club here last Wednesday evening a slogan clear and bold In my back, etc. It seemed as II and enjoyed every number rcnuered. That she surely, surely must I would die, I suffered so. At Clean it up Paint it up. Miss Josephine Carpenter is here last, I decided to try Cardul, from Shelbyville for a short visit to her the woman's tonic, and it Are some buildings on the blink? helped me right away. The parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. J. G. Carpenter. Clean 'cm up 1'aint 'em up! full treatment not only helped Are the spoutings in n kink? A little son has arrived at the h6mel me, but it cured me." 'em up! Slick 'cm up-S- pic of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hilton. The Are the ashes in u heap little fellow has been named James R, TAKE Do tho pavings need a sweep? Hilton. Is the lawn the kind to keep? Mr. and Mrs. Motchell Taylor and If you really want to sleep daughter, Joyce, of Danville, were the With a resty, easy wink. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter up I'aint em up! Clean 'em Sunday, Are the window glasses gray? Miss Marion Grimes was at home Wash 'em up Wash 'em up! The Woman's Tonic several days the first of the week from wA Has the rubbish gone astray? Transylvania University for tho Easter up Hum it up! Kuril it holidays. Cardul helps women In time Iluy a little spade and rake, ol greatest need, because it Miss Elizabeth Matheny, who has Give the muscles all a shake. contains Ingredients which act been at Rowling Green for several For tho lawn and garden's sake. specifically, yet gently, on the weeks taking a normal course, returned Never mind tha pain and ache, womanly organs. weakened last week. And Ourtown will In a day So, if you (eel discouraged, L. Ilruce was called to the Rev. P. He cleaned up to stuv. unable to blue, bedside of his father at Spring Hill, do your household work, on Tenn., last week by the serious illness sTal account Do Not Gripe ol your condition, slop of his father. VTe hare a pleasant laxative that win worrying and give Cardui a do Just what you want it to do. Mrs. John Bright and daughter, Sara trial. It has helped thousands Elizabeth have returned home after ol women, why not you? Hender-onviUe. spending a month or more at E-Try Cardui. We sell thousand? of them and wa N. C. Lave never seen a better remedy for the Miss Katherine Warren, of Wooiter, bowels. Bold only by us, 10 cents. Ohio, is here at the bedside of her R. E. McRobtrta Parks Danville, & fiendren, KentuckY. Message No. 4 To the Business Men of Lancaster A young doctor, making a start in a snail town, decided that lo b prosperous ht must look prosperous. He bought a nw bcRgvand two good horses. Although he had only a few patients he alwajs kept on tu jump, attending to his patients n.ri, ... t. Ihis young doctor driving about town smallest needs. People began to and they called him because he looked busy and prosperous. He got his start a suit that led to a comfortable practice. Our town, like this doctor, must look prosperous ta be prosperous. Clean streets, attractive store windows, well painted buildings and dwelling d buildings are greatest of these. give the prosperous air. White Lead Phoenix Fainter (Dutch Boy Trmla Mark) and pure linseed oil make a most durable and protective paint that keeps buildings welt painted. These materials can be mixed to suit conditions and tinted any ingredients as well as other paint neces- color desired. We sell these good-paiBetter get in touch with us In the Interests of prospenty. C. G. & J. E. STORMES, Druggists k Lancaster, Ky. vr"iiiic'.jrrss5' T Cored" TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS A number of Ice Plants over the country have found after careful examination of their books that it cost them about 10 per cent to charge nnd collect their retail Ice accounts. As a result they are rapidly placing their retail business on a cash basis. Our own experience being in. line with the above and believing that this 10 per cent cost Is an unwaranted loss, we have decided to do likewise. However, we do not expect to add this 10 per cent to our profits; but will reduce our prices accordingly, sons to give the benefit of the saving to our patrons. Cardui Therefore beginning March 15th,19 5 we will conduct our entire retail business strictly for cash and the following reductions will be made on Ice Coupon Books. 1 400 1000 lb Book, Old Price lb Book, Old Price Old Price $2.50 less 10 per cent, New Price $225 $5.00 less 10 per cent, New Trice $4.50 $9.00 less 10 per cent, New Price 2000 lb Book, $8.10 It is our purpose to render the best service possible and to this end we will welcome suggestions and the cooperation of our putrons. Respt. I BLUE GRASS DAIRY & ICE CO. W. R. BASTIN, Secretary. H. V. BASTIN, President. j Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday April 8, 1915. 30,000 LOAVES EVERY CHILD DREAMS OF Executed In OWNING A SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE OP FOR THE POOR Great Charitable Act By The Louis-ill- e SHETLAND PONY. "Tanlac Man". Spring Dresses Begins Friday, April 9th our Beginning Friday, April 9th, we will offer entire remaining line of Women's Spring Dresses at exceedingly low prices. $19.75 Dresses, now $12.50 $13.75 Dresses, now $ 7.75 $10.00 Dresses, now. $ 6.75 $15.00 Dresses, $12.50 Dresses, $ 8.75 Dresses, now now now $ 9.75 $ 7.75 $ 5.75 The materials are fine all wdol checks, all wool Crepes Chuddah cloths, Fine Serges, Etc., and every one is strictly a new and unusually attractive model. Four entirely new styles of WIRTHMOR Louisville. A nr. Rlli. in If. r'lv.. thousand loavch of bread will be given away by L. T. Cooper, the "Tanlac1 man", to the poor people of Louisville I The "bread lino", as this unique charitable act is termed, was Inaug BsbsbsbsbW' JsSssbsbsbHHssbI J urated In Louisville Sunday morning, and between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock, several thousand loaves bread were distributed to the worthy on the big vacant lot on Walnut St, next to The Dally Herald, In ampl time for Sabbath dinner. Mr. Cooper awaided an order for th 60,000 loaves of bread to the America Baking Company, The bread Is of th very best quality. When seen at The Seelbach, where the noted visitor is stopping, M Cooper said: "I have anticipated the beginning of this work among the poor with keen DREAM COME interest. 1 have wanted to perform some small service of thii kind In th Uobt M. Graves, The following boys and girls have Clarence Hall, metropolis city of my native state, A. 11. Estndge. expressed a desire for the pony and Elizabeth Conn, Kentucky, for several years. Gladys Conn, "Therefore, the Initial order for the cart and they or their friends have en- Loudella Peace, Allie Brummett, In J. O. Bogle. Jr. bread, consisting of fifty thousand tered their names aa contestants loaves, has been given to the American trcding with the dilferent merchants John "Bed" Smith, Nelson Conn, Elsie Brown, Baking Company, and the work has and business men, whose names appear Willie C. Daniels, below this, be sure and get a coupon !,elir Shrrrow, Hellena Perkins, begun. Wilmoth Sutton, E. J. Oaks, Jr. "We gave away several thousand and vote for your favorite. loaves Sunday, and each time we will Pearl Crutchfle'd J. D. Manuel Jr. llenrv Shelby Fish, Ituth Lane, V. A. Lear, Jr. Clinton Uuble, Isabelle Terrill, Carrie Sutton, meet the demands." Ida Sowdrr, Ewell Ledford, Fannie Tinsley, The sale of Tanlac, the famous med William Uenner. Homer Moberly, Elisha Cheatham, James Dorwin Senlt, Uen Uankin, icine being Introduced in Louisville Earl Ward Clark, the personal direction ;f Mr. Cooper, Mary Blanche Conn, Johnnie Vanhook, Grace Fathrrgill, Lucy V. Long, Daliy Sister Caneer, Edwin Kirk, Itaymond Cox, is now very great, and is steadily (.'has. Hn'tln, William Emhry, Margaret Doty, David Hamilton, creasing. The results in cases of cn Frances Grant, George Brown, Jane Brown, l.vle Prullt, tarrhal affections, or stomach, liver Virginia Pearl Walker.Aleene Thomas, llarrv Brown, Elaie Clark. Mamie V. Davis, Ethel Clara Duilderar. and kidney deiangements, Bre really Bessie Grant, remarkable, and many of Louisville' Be sure and ask for coupons at the following best citizens arc testifying to th medicine's marvelous merits. places. Tanlac can now be bought in Lan The "Rex" Theater, Good Pictures and Good Music, caster at U. E. Mcltoberts drug store the exclusive agent for this place, E. C. Gaines, Nothing but Insurance. isbsbsSsB LsKVjIHH ASK FOR COUPONS AND HELP THIS MAKE TRUE. WAISTS ONE DOLLAR EACH these four are better than ever. Come at once and see these as they will all go in a few days. We have been unable to supply the demand for Wirthmor Waists any week since we started them. Go on sale and R. E. McRoberts, Drugs and Faints. MISS GARDNER COMING. J. W. Smith, The House of Quality. Davidson and Doty, Groceries and Meats. Miss LIda E. Gardner, of Carlisle, the State Organizer of Trustees and Teachers, will apeak in the County Court room, Friday April 16th., at 2:00 p. m. Every trustee, teacher and patron of the schools of Garrard County is urged to be present. Ladies Garments. Denny and Wheeler, Dental Surgeons. Haselden Bros, Everything in Hardware. Miss Minnie Brown, The Latest in Millinery. The Central Record, 1,000 votes with each Sub Let us put Rubber Tires scription, new or old. on your Buggy for $12.00 W. J. Romans. Ready-To-Wear Joseph Mercantile Co, Dry Goods and A. B. KENTUCKY PRESS Will Hold THE STORE THAT SELLS WOOLTEX Robertson DANVILLE, KY. FOR YOUNG MEN. & Bro. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. George T. Ballard, VS. Visit Plaintiff. HMsasskkBMMt iftrnia San Francisco -- PROFITABLE OCCUPATION at MT., HEBRON Its er Meeting Springs. Danville, March 30. Professor Henry Meier, of Centre Olympian Springs was selected as College, has just made a significant address on the mooted question of tlie the place for holding the n lueeting of the Kentucky Press Asso- - relative business efficiency of men. by the Executive Committee of trained and noncollege-trainethat body, in session in Louisville yes- - Among other things he quoted the n terday afternoon. The meeting will deduction of the late Dr. Harris, June 14 and will last throughout ed States Commissioner of Education, the week. A hotel rate of $1.60 a day based on statistics gathered for many lias been promised, and automobiles will 'years, that the college graduate geta d be at the station to convey the editors an average of $450 more as yearly others of the party to the springs, pensation for his work than the one The management of the Springs ad-- . who has attended a high school only, From this statement Professor Meier vises the officials of the Press Associa- tion that he will defer the opening ball, ' has drawn the following deductions, which is one of the big events of that An income of $150 a year is equivalent well known summer resort, until the to the annual interejt on a capital of week of the Editors meeting. There $9000 invested at 5 per cent. In other will be between two or three hundred words the college student is accumla-editoincluding their wives and fam- - ting such a capital or power during Hies. One of the most enjoyable meet-- 1 four years of college work, or at a rate ings ever held by the Kentucky Press of $2250 a year, and as a college in was the one at Olympian Springs two this country has on an average 220 Years ago. and all will look forward school days a year, It just means that with pleasure to getting back to that 'that the student is earning every day . ten dollars toward a life's working place again. apital which can never be taken from him. It is like damming up the headART COLLECTION waters of a stream for four years and then having a never failing unlimited TO BE SOLD. supply of power. The great art collection of J. P. Morgan, the value of which has been at upwards of $45,000,000, except that portion of it now in the Morgan library, will be sold. The Morgan library, on East Thirty-sixtstreet, spaea blor tail budmilt lot 1U eiclo-irerected by the late financier to shelter o( ih ol our farmer aubicrlkert. and li for (lock, juift aud luch things on his collection of literary tieavures, it farm aa lb farmer canuol afford to adfer. was said, will be retained by his son as tlia. No nolle will bo accepted ortr four a memorial to his father. Under these llnei, and will boouljlu two lime ol lb conditions an inheritance tax will be BCORD, Irwolchars collected by the State upon both the Mr. J. C. Criscillis.of Hyattsvillehas art collection and the library. Many paintings by old masters, an- a nice short horn cow, with young calf he wishes to sell. cient run and tanestriea. are nnur (n good fresh cow KOK SALE:-2and the Morgan library, and, it is under-- 1 H. C. Arnold, stood, will not bo sold. These are in calves. Hyattsville. Ky. addition to 30,000 volumes of rare and beautiful book or manuscripts, some Lost-Wh- ite hound bitch, with ot them Illuminated or illustrated by bearing my name. Keward for incelebrated artists. Among the library treasures are the formation. G. li. Colson, Ashburnham Gospels, Caxtons not Crab Orchard, Ky., UouU 2. matched in tha liritish museum, origFOH SALE: Plymouth Rock eggs 50c inal drawings for tha "Book of Job," and "Pickwick Papers" and manu per setting. Mrs, Edd Grow, scripts, diaries and letters or many Phone 60U famous authors. Bourn, Ky. college-ciatiod Unit-begicom-anrs I Ffarmer's column! h e 111 6 1 Mrs. Edd Grow is on the sick list. lira. Joseph Hicks remains quite ill. Mr. Fred Peel of Burgin was in this locality Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Lourany Montgomery is numbered with the sick at this writing. A full line of buggies and harness at Conn Ilros. attractive prices. Mr. Jesse Duncan had a nice young toll kilWd by a mule a few days alio: Mr. Arthur Preston is improving; his place by building a kitchen and bars. MUm Itettie Scott left Saturday for Richmond where she entered The E. N. C. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren and baby of Gu mi's Chappie were the guests of her sister Mrs. L E. Speaks Saturday night. Mr. George Ball and Mrs. Ora Eason both of this place were united in mar-- j riage at the homo of Uev. J. W. Mahan is a most reliable prescription which w alwiya rrrommrnii for that purpose. on the 30th. May theirs by a happy lot. Ft. E. McRobarts on Mr. Mack Henderson A hous occupied by Mr. Hussell Vender farm pool and family was destroyed by firei Saturday morning. The family saved the contents except a few clothe?. Mr o,l Mr. 1'lm.. T U'll, f Junction City have returned to Lexing-- I ton which place they will make their AT OUR home in the future. This popular young couple have only been wedded five months, they having married inOctober' at tlie home of the Uev. Daughtery, Uev. Daughter officiating. The bride Vandorpool. was Miss Katherine in formerly of this county. She is the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Mr. J, M. Vanderpool, the popular Good Work and grocer, of Lexington. Katherine isone Prompt Service by of Lexington's loveiest and most attractive young ladies. Mr. Keith is a Expert Mechanics. man of splendid character a popular business man being noted for his Complete line of Tires. integrity and ability, being one of Everything, in Automobile the managers of Tribble Hotel at JuncAccessories. tion City. This young couple have the best wishes of their many friends for a long and peaceful life. Prestolite Service. How often in the last year has God In his infinata wisdom and power reMITCHELL & minded us of the short and uncertainty of life, by taking from our midst the Infants, the aged and the middle aged SHACKELFORD. like these by one ha is gathering them home. On last Tuesday morning Msrch Second Street. Phone 124. 30th,, ai the sun came up, Mrs. J. I. Crawford passed from this life into the Danville. Ky. great beyond. She was aicx only a I T. Hansford Green, et al. Defendants Pursuant tr a iutk'rnent the March Term 1913. the undersigned vAJimnissioner win sen at puollc auction before the Ixiurt House door in Lan caster. Kentucky, at II o'clock A. M short time with pneumonia, she leaves or thereabouts on . a husband, two sons, two daughter a MONDAY. APIUL 26th. 1915 and a host of relatives to mourn mother their loss. She united with theUaptist it being the first day of the Garrard church in early life and had lived a con Oounty Court Term the following real Is bounded and described sistent christian life. Her most noHe estate which aa follows, traits were her cheerfulness and her In Garrard county Ky, on the waters love and appreciation of her church of Scott's Kurk at the uioulh on Linn heme ant) community. All join in ex Curie branch, thencu up said brunch with tending heartfelt sympathy to the chainsthe middle ot same N C 151 W W 11 N 15? E chains, N 2.25 bereaved ones. Funeral services at chains, N 20 Ei5.(M chains to a point Wednesday at 2:20 conduct in the middle of said branch, corner to the church leaving ed by Uev. J. W. Mahan, Interment in lot no. 2, James Cloue:-thvncthe cemetery at this place. Those pre the branch mid said Clouie S G71 E 1.Z5 chaint. to a point on Teater a sent from a distance for the funeral branch, corner to said ClouseMhence were Mr. Wm. Crawford and daughter. oown said branch a U4 N 7.75 chains 4X w 4.yO chains to the middle Miss Ethyl of Burgin. Mr. J. L. Craw. at duwn same N MCI ford of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Scott a rork:-thenc- e W 2.B chains N 691 W !. cha na to Duncan of Nicholasville. the beginning, containim; IW4 acres. This is the same land that was conveyed A Convalescent l.reen reqtuftara food tonic that will rapidly to 1, llBnslorilApril nv J. 1. Kainey by deed dated 27th. 1903 and now build up wasted tissue recorded in the darrnrtl county clerk's office in Deed Book No 19 page 4.'J7 AM I if Don't miss the wonderful opportunity for educational nnd pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition in.w m- - San Diego Tickets arc on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via Panama California Exposition southern Railway Carrier of tha South I'or full information, see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway or write 11. II Todd, Diitrlct Passenger Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville, Kv. STOP GARAGE When Danville The purpose of this sale in to satisfy the debt of $375. with interest at 6 per cent from January first 1908 until paid. snhject to credit of $30. paid March 1st 1910, and $20. paid January 27th 1912. and the estimated cost of this action, amounting to about $90., said judgment having been assigned by George T. Ballard to J. T. Uainey, this sale is now made for the benefit of the said Uainey. TEUMS. The sale will ho made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be red u red to execute bond withannroved security, lor the purchase price due in six months, bearing interest at "lix per cent per annum Xrom Hale or sale until paid, said bond having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Ilrown. Master Commissioner or the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be retained upon the property sold un til the purchase money Is paid. W. II, BUOWN, M. C. G. C. C. J. E, Uoblnson, Attorney, Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. 11 sfflfBWHWWlllfi From ?10 to $00 of our profits Is wlmt evcrv retail buyer of n Ford will get, if we sell nml deliver 1100,090 new Fortls between August 1st 1011 nnd AtiKiist 1. l!)lf. Anil the Ford is surely the most uceful motor enr mode, as it Ills into the demands of all lines of human life. Is low in price and costs less than two cents a mile to operate ami maintuin. Uunahout $110; Touring Car $190; Town Car $090; Coupelet $700; Sedan $975, t. o. t. Detroit with all equipment. On display and sale at THE MADISON INCllllfJIUTKII GARAGE, Richmond. Kentucky. HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in High-Class Monuments. SUBSCRIBE FOR Original Designs and Prompt Service. Guaranteed Quality. ut all Granite and Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays 'Telephone 164. The Ceti&al Record 000 Pony Coupo few .. given with every subscription, New or Old. Stanford, Kentucky.