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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 15, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915041501_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 15, 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. i tWXNTT SIXTH TEAR. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELlOlOh, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRAC AND OOOD GOVERNMENT. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 15, 1915. Get In NUMBkR 2. or. t the pony contest. In the Pony Contest. A pie PIE SUPPER. Will NEW POLICE CHIEF. The season for HAEEOWS, CORN PLANTERS and other Farm Implements is at hand. Don't buy until you have 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. be given at the supper Subicribe for the Keconl and Ret Woodbine school home next Saturday night, April 17th. The proceeds deriv1,000 votes on the pony and cart. ed from this supper will be appropriatFor all Magazines ge "Miss Dollv" ed on the Leavel Green Christian Country Gentleman now $1.00 a year. church. Some splendid feature films are being hnwn at Komani Opera House every JESSAMINE "DRY" night. The saloon licences is Nlcholnsvllle The first opisode of The Black Box expired last Monday night and the was thrilling and promises to be en county will be "dry" from that date tertalnlng from start to finish. There has been a long drawn out con test, but the saloon people have given What the use of having any reading up the fight. matter at all when one has such In terostlng adds, just read them. ' DRUNK AND NOISY. My! but this is a "Movie" loving Kufus Adams became a little too noisy town. Get In the push and be enter from an overdose of boose last Sundav tained. No need to be lonesome or evening, and Marshall Pruitt had him grouch. spend the nlcht with "Unrip l)vn" Itlvenge is sweet, my son. but as Koss, He was brought before Judge the Wise Guy attains to the ysara of rrather Monday morninir. where he discretion, he avoids sweets as much drew a fine of $25 and costs. as possible. Aik for coupon I I IS Mr. Farmer Come and see the I I Janesville CORN is OUV1LLE BUCK. Mr. Orvillb Buck, who has been serv ing as chief of police at Junction City for the last six months and prior to that time has been in the secret ser vice department of the Government, was unanimously elected by the city Council to the office of Chief of Police and city tax collector, to succeed Mr, L. E. Ilerron who's resignation was accepted last week. Mr. Buck comes very highly recommended, having been quite successful in closing up a number of bootlegging joints in Junction City recently. He assumed his duties yes 1 a PLANTER CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS .8 WE GIVE i 3 Automobile Tickets & SUCCESS ASSURED. Brother l'ollitt goes to Kingswood College, Monday where he hBS been When the directors of the Danville called to preach twice a day during fair association elected John S. Baugh-ma- n Commencement. its secretary, they made a very The mptmf thnl tn have hemin popular choice and one who will lend last Monday night at the Methodist his talent Hnd energy to see that the He Is a church In Lancaster, has been post next fair will be success. poned until Monday after 2nd Sunday hustler and is the man for the place. in August, GOOD FISHING. A great many boast of the fact that they "call a spade a spade," but if Messrs Georire Palmer. I!rrv Amlrr. they use them for several hours in the son nnd Earl Farra reports good fishing garden these days, they may enlarge in uix river, having caught about sixty their vocabulary. ncwlights in the "Jerry Bland hole" How much better would Our town last Friday. They were seen with the look, how much would living conditions goods on them and about as pretty a be improved, If every one would rally tring or the tinny tribe as one cares to around a live committee and put over a see. definite "Clean Up and. Paint Up" pro ALMOST A WATERHAUL. gram? There are three kinds of prophets, those who prophesy for revenue only, those who are in a continual shudder over what is going to happen In 1915 and those who are trying to figure out when they wilttiold office and for how long. Postmaster Brown informs u 1 Made In a Disc or Shoe. Shaft drive, there are no chains. I Ini No Better Corn Planter Made. Osborne Disc Harrows. terday, LAWRENCEBURG Swep By Flames. Loss $100,000. for all cash purchases. A choice line of Shapes from $1.00 to $5.00 All Colors. We have the right prices. Give us a after carefully checking up that his office, call. 8 7frs Slella jirnold Jrancis. 3G - GO TO - 1 Dickerson & 6arrier FOR Dry Goods,' Shoes and Groceries We pay the highest market price for Country Produce. N Ask for tickets on the Automobile. mr irni J he found that the robbera that biav open the vault last week, only secured fs.io. Mr. Brown is to be congratu lated, as quite a number of offices have been robbed in the state recently and in some instances quite a good deal of Should the day ever dawn, when money and stamps Up to this man shall cease to deceive woman, then time there seems taken. to be no clue to the will it come to pass upon that day that guilty parties. there will be no more marriages in the land, and the State of Matrimony will SOME EGGS. no bnger be'regaided aa.a State of the Union. Lige Hurt, of the Buckeye- - sec Mr. The Colored Eclipse Base Ball team tion, who deal in "hen fruit" as a will cross bats with the Danville Cubs, pastime, brought in a load of eggs that Friday April 16th. 1915. Everybody he had purchased from the Buckeye should go out and see this game for and Teatersville stores last Friday that Lancaster has "some" colored team. was some load. The wagon contained Batteries for Lancaster; Burdett and 84 cases, with 30 dozen to the case, Emerson. Danvllle-Fr- ve and Crou making a total of 2,520 dozen that he had purchased at 17 cents the dozen, der. Admission 15 and 25 cents. the load totaling the sum of $528.40. A large crowd witnessed the showing of "Mother." at Roman's Opira House MULE TRADE ACTIVE. last night This was the fourth pro duction of a series of these features The mule trade for the past week that Mr. Itamans has to offer the has been a little more active, although movie goers. Each and every one,' as very few are being offered for sale. may be seen by the ones previously If there is one on the market our local shown are strictly high-clasall being buyer, Mr. W. B. Burton usually lo-produced by the famous World Film cates it and loses llttletime in buying Corporation. It, having purchased quite a number in the last few days. He recently sold For Sale. nine of the hybrids to McAdams & Co.. 25,000 feet of pine lumber. Will sell of St. Louis for $165.00 a head and three to J. W. Newsom, of Pikeville cheap forcash. Hughes Bros, Phone 170. for $150.00 each. Lawrenceburg was visited by one or the worst fires in its history early Tuesday morning en'.iilirig a loan estimated at $100,000. The fire is thought to have originated in the Court House, which building was burned, to gether with two drug stores two groceries, one bakery, barber shop and much damage to other business houses. The origin of the tire is unknown. I 1 HASELDEW BROS. Pony tickets given on all cash sales. 3C 31 IE 3 I C 31 OIL, OIL, ATTENTION FARMERS. can save you money, can fill jour barrel, or sell you an A. No. 1. steel barrel with faucet, GO gallon capacity, at a low figure, and fill same with the best oil at low prices, saving you from $1 to $2. If you cannot make arrangements through your merchant, call or phone Standard Oil, Agent, 1 G. M. LYONS BUSY CASH STORE. Trying to save a few dollars on a Suit Is false economy, when you can buy J. W. Sweeney, Phone 152. Lancaster, Ky. CLEAN UP, PAINT HIRSH -- WICKWIRE COMPANY'S CLOTHES of the higher order for. a fair price. You are invited to Inspect these dignified UP, REPAIR. garments, whether a purchase Is Intended or not. BELT LINE FOR DANVILLE. Drink - Gold - Drinks. OUR FOUNTAIN There Is a nroiraaltion on foot to build a belt railway line in Danville. The route is via a coal yard, a brick yard, an ice plant and through the Caldwell college grounds, but it misses a good hotel about twelve miles. NEW PRESIDENT. IS NOW OPEN(Q We are prepared to serve everything Dainty & Delicious and Ices wN ' Sodas gas. Sundaes and Malted Milk 10CTS. The Trustees of Center College will to take steps meet in Louisville looking towards the selection of a suc cessor to Dr. F. W. Hinitt, who resigned some time ago from the presidency of that institution. Several noted educators are being mentioned for the place. McRoberts Drua Store COUNTERFEIT LIKENESS. STORMES LANCASTER'S OLDEST AND BEST DRUG STORE A well balanced stock of desirable and seasonable Drug Store Merchandise, carefully selected and correctly priced. TRADEMARK: Reliability. Courtesy, Efficiency, A capital likeness of genial Mat Cohen is adorning the windows of many of his local admirers who are pulling hard for him to land the nomination for Commissioner of Agriculture to which he aspires. Mat is thoroughly competent to fill this important position and from the friends he has in Garrard, it looks like" a walkover for him. i LOW RATES TO LOUISVILLE On account of the Kentucky Educa tional Association which meets in Louisville from April 21st to 24th. the L and N announces the following round trip rates from Lancaster. Tickets will be on sale April 20th, 21st and 22nd, good returning up to midnight April 27th, for the round trip, $3.00. Call G. M. Patterson, Agt, for information. LEXINGTON LEADER AGENCY Fre$ :Auto Contest Coupons ' Alii forn&in With JSvery One Dollar Cash Purchase. Member LiicMttr Merchants Association. That good newsy sheet, the Lexing ton Leader, in fact the beat republican paper in the state and the official organ of that party has established an agency here and now can be found every morning at Stormea Drugstore.' Mr. Stormes will take subscriptions for this paper and will arrange to have them delivered every night, as they reach here on the evening train. The springtime is upon us, the time for cleaning up and paintingup. Those who have contemplated improvements to their homes or'their property in any part of the city, and who were deterred by the bad weather of recent months, could not do a better thing than (tart now on a clean up and 'paint up campaign. A little fresh paint and the vigorous use of the scrub brush make morals cleaner. Add to these a shrub or two. and a neat back yard garden and you'll RANKIN ELECTED DIRECTOR. know the joy of living. At a meeting of the Directors of the Kentucky Kural Credit Association. DISTRIBUTION OF March 27, Mr. T. C. Uankin, of Hubble Ky,, was chosen one of the Directors. STATE AID. This action bv the Hoard was taken Thirteen counties will draw the full after being petitioned by alargedelega allowed by law out of the State tion of farm members from Madison. amount road fund this year, $13,164, according Garrard, Mercer and Boyle. Mr. Iiankin is a native of this section and to estimate just completed by Commis RomJs It. C. Tenell. It is his many friends here will be rejoiced sioner of to know that he has been thus honored. based upon tint 1914 assessments and He will also be ill nosition to tier- - levy, excepting in a few instances where sonally serve the interests of this sec failure of the counties to report mude it necessary tu use the 1912 returns. tion in the Credit Association. The counties which will arw the ful 2 per cent, are: lljurbon, fiumpbell, OLD GARRARD BOY. Christian, Claik. Daviess, Fayette, Graves, Jelferson, Kenton, Muson, Mc- One of the most enthusiastic workers Cracken, Nelson und Shelby. for the "Dixie Highway" through eacli Tennessee is Mr. Herman Frasa, of The amount It is estimated county will receive from the State Dayton, but formerly of this county. is baseft on the ratio the Herman is a live wire and headed a road fund delegation to the Chattanoogo confer- road levy of that particular county lev" tor road purence from his town. His friends will bears to the total poses of all the counties, $3,071,571. be glad to know of his success in a is $058,220. financial way, he now being the head The estimated road fund large wholesale grocery. Dayton After apportioning the money on this of a basis', a balance of over $100,000 was is a town of some 30,000 people and 2 Herman has helped to put her on the redistributed within the limits of the per cent, which in the maximum any map. Ho hasn't lost any of his Kenalso not tucky hospitality, having lavishly en- county is allowed to draw, and appropriattertained the Lancaster delegation exceeding the total amount work, including private during the Chattanooga meeting, as ed for State aid subscriptions. In no case was a county only a true Kentucklan can do. alloted more than It asked for State aid, as some portions of the county "DIXIE HIGHWAY" levies naturally wlH bo used for other wcrk than that undertaken according Tee Steering Committeo for the Blue to the law governing State aid projects. Grass iloute or the "Dixie Highway" The distribution to counties Issuing held an Important meeting in Lexington bonds will be based upon their road belast Monday, when every county levies and special tax for sinking fund tween Cincinnati and the Tennessee purposes: but the latter does not figure line was represented, except Lincoln, In this estimate, as the commissioner It was a "star chamber" session and had before him only the 1914 levies to nothing was given out to the public, guide him. but all unanimously agreed to stand by Garrard will draw $3,34G from this the Blue Grass Koute and fight to the fund. ditch. last Garrard county was represented by Let us put Rubber Tires Messrs. J. E. Stormes, Jno, M, Fair a Mr. Stormes on your Buggy for $12.O0. and L. G. Davidson. being a member of the steering comW. Romms. mittee from this county. G. " M. LANCASTER. - LYONS. KENTUCKY. " " " " Ir Mk 1 GREAT BARGAINS -- -- I N WAGONS. HARNESS, PAINTS. OILS, IMPLEMENTS, WIRE FENCE, ROOFING, ETC. GALVANIZED AND STEEL Special prices on all the above mentioned articles. J. ROMANS, W.A'mJ'ACTCD lCMTIIOtfV I J. Page 2 Try This On Your Own. The Central Record, Thursday April HAS PARTY TELEPHONE. This farmer dialect we see In print is mostly bosh, A cultivated man is he; He never says "U'goalil" 1 5, 1915. 3 3 3 7 2 2 00 HAMMACK Mrs. Mary Ham'mack Is some CLAIMS better "Little pota of flower, Little pott of paint, Make attractive neighborhoods Out of them that ain't." Rheumatic Pains Relieved. He never chews a piece of hay; He is no "rubber neck;" Why suffer from rheumatism when The English that he speaks is pure; had at so small a cost? relief may be He never aava "by heckl Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., writes, He travels In his motor car; of "I have been subject to attacks His wife wears classy gowns; rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's mc im- He spends his moments laughing at Liniment always relieves The rubes who live in towns. mediately, and I take pleasure In it toothers." 25 and 50 He dosen't read the almanacs To get the news of the dry; cent bottles. For sale by all dealers. He has a party telephone. And hears it all that way, A Valuable Trait. chlckens7" dem chickens. Who's "Cohse dey's my-all- 's SIMPLE BUT SURE chickens did you 'spose dey was?' "I wasn' s'posen' nuflln' about 'em, Hyomei the Great Catarrh Remedy. But I will say dat it's mighty lucky dat "Just Breathe It" and be Cured. a chicken won' come a runnin' an a waggin' its tall when Its regular owmr whistles, same as adog.-Washin- gton Do not try to cure catarrh, head Star. colds, or snuffles by taking drugs. These common but dangerousalimvnts thatof-te- n cause the loss of hearing cannot be FALLING HAIR OR cured that way. The commonsense which method is to breathe Hyomei, ITCHING SCALP. gets the medication right where it Is Now that Parisian Sage an inex needed to haal the raw and inflamed "Is you-all- 's at this writing. Mr. James Clark and wife visited his sister Mrs. Menifee McQuerry. Lytha Hammack- - has opened up a nice line of ladles and chlldrens hats at this place. Mrs. George Huffman visited her sister Mrs. Albert Church Saturday and Sunday Mr. Grover Gastineau, wife and children visited relatives at Preachers-vill- e Sunday. Mrs. Jack Roberts and daughter of Hyataville are visiting her father Mr. Sam Hall. A little of aunt Katie Royston of color was buried in Flat woods last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ren Sipplesof Bryants ville have been visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity last week. Miss Nellie Rcazley visited Miss Maggie Rail Sunday and they attended church at Paint Lick in the evening. Mr. John Tudor and Mr. Wardlow have traded places and made the change last week. Mr. Tudor now lives at Mansn and Mr Wardlow lives at tho old home known as the S D Carpenter place. grand-daught- pensive preparation that supplies every hair and scalp need can be had from R. E. McRoberta, it is certainly needless to have thin, brittle, matted, strincv or faded hair. No matter how unsightly your hair, how badly it falling, or how much dandruff, Parisian Sage is all that is needed. Every trace ot dandruff is removed with one applica tion, the hait roots are nourished and stimulated to grow new hair, itching scalp and falling hair cease. Parisian Sage is ceriainly one of thn most invigorating tonics, and will surely make your hair soft, abundant and radi ant with life and beauty. lining of the air passages. Hyomei is n mixture of antiseptic oils you breathe It no bother; no disagreeable medicine; simply use the ing haler a few times dally and this medication will quickly soothe and heal the irritated tissues, stop distressing choking and unclean discharges you breathe freely dull headaches cease, and every catarrhal symptom soon vanishes. There is nothing more simple and safe to use, or that gives such rapid and lasting benefit as Hyomei and R. E. McRoberts sells it on the plan. health-givin- Nothing So Good for a Cough or Cold. When you have a cold you want the best medicine obtainable so as to get rid of it with the least possible delay, There are many who consider Cham berlain s Cough Remedy unsurpassed Mrs. J. Boron, Elida, Ohio, says, "Ever since my daughter Ruth was cured of a severe cold and cough by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy two years ago, I have felt kindly disposed toward the manufacturers of that pre paration. I know ot nothing so quick to relieve a cough or cure a cold." For sale by all dealers. yfi JVCaxwfell Rrock James 4 da work Rroaddus Duller 4 da work Rroaddus Gilbert 4 da work Ralrd S. U 1 da work & 3 haul Rroaddus Geo, ,1 da work Reazty Geo, 3 da work Ballard Rill, 4 da work Ballard, Charley 1 da work Drown R I., furn, break, spread r. The following Is n complete llslof the Durniide Earlcy 4 da work claims allowed by the FIscbI Court of Rurnside Clay, 4 da work Garrard County at the regular October Bess, James 4 da work Term. 1914 up to and including the Rroaddus Wm 4 da hauling April term, 1915, viz. 4 da Overseer Same Claims for work on County roads. Rroaddus Tom 4 da Overseer A meld Clayton 2 da work $ 1 87 Rlnnks J. P. 4 da work Anderson J. I'. 2 da work 1 CO Blanks Charley 4 da work Anderson Hays 2 da work 1 87 Roatright Ren 4 da work Allen G. P. 4 da work 3 00 Rogie W, A. i da Overseer Allen Pierce 1 da work .75 Rland J. P. 3 da work Anderson S. G. 2 da work 1 CO Rourne Rob 3 da work Anderson J. E. 2 da work I CO Bourne Jim 3 da work Abies Rill 2 da work I CO Bourne Kinnaird 3 da work & hlg Ablea Rradley 2 da work 1 CO Rland Billy 2 da work Arnold Aahby 2 da work 1 50 Dourne Ed 3 da work & hlg Same 2 da hauling 3 00 Bourne Am 3 da Overseer & hlg Arnold Lee 2 da work 1 50 Dourne Tvlephus 2 da work Adams Ambrose 2 da work 1 CO Bolton Charley 4 da work Adams Andy 2 da work 1 CO Rogie Jesse, work in hrs Adams Harris 2 da work 1 CO Roatley Robt work in hrs Adams V. 1.. 2 da hauling 3 00 Rradshaw Eugene 4 da work Adams Rufus 2 da work 1 50 Bradshaw Walker 4 da work Adams John Q. 2 da work 1 CO Dradshnw Archidean 4 da work Adams W. T. 2 da work I CO Baker Ed 4 da Ovr and hlg Adkinson A. A. IJ da work 1 12 Rrocknian G. E. 4 da hlg Anderson Clayton 1 da work 1 12 4 da Overseer Same Adams V. T, 2 da work 1 CO Brown Ed 3J day work Arnold Zimmer-- t da work 3 00 Brown Elmer 4 da work Aldridge Jim I da work 3 00 Royle Oscar 4 dw work Qz 4 da work Anderson 3 00 Royle Lee 4 da work Austin John 4 da work 3 00 Reazlcy Jim 4 da work Aldridge Joe 4 da work 3 00 Drown Jack 1 da work Same 4 da hauling 6 00 R!and Henry 1 da work Aldridge Ham 4 da work 3 00 Urachal Foster 1 da work Allen Lee 4 da work 3 00 Brown P. T. 1 da hlg & Oir Anderson Richard 4 da work 3 00 Brint Jim U da work Archer Joe 4 da work 3 00 Burdett Walker 2 dn work & hlg Aldridge Rufus 2 da work 1 hauling 3 00 Bastin John 2 da work Aldridge S. II. 2 da Overseer 2 00 Bontiight Arch 1 da work Adams Andy 4 da work 3 00 Brint Walter 2 da work Abies William 1 da work & hlg 2 25 Barker Everett 3 dn work Abies Brad 1 da work .76 Barker Elijah 3 da work Anderson W. . 2 da hauling 3 00 Ballard Mrs E. 2 da hlg Anderson J. R. 4 da hauling C 00 Burton It L, 4 da wrk & 3 hlg Anderson W. A. 4 da work 3 00 It H 4 da work Anderson Terry 1 di work .75 Barnctt C C. 4 da wrk A 3 hlg Ankersos Lige 1 da work .75 Harnett Acv 4 da work Adams Hill 4 bridge sills 2 00 Rourne Rradley 4 da wrk & 3 hlg Alford Geo 2 da work 1 50 Brown G F, 2 da Ovr .2 hlg Alford Henry 1 da work 1 12 Ballard Jim 2 da work Anderson Dave 2 da work & hlg 1 1 Brown Frank 2 dn wrk &. 2 hlg Adams Rony 4 da hauling 9 00 Brooks Luther 4 da work Asking John 4 da work 3 00 Brogie Martin 4 da work Adams Geo 4 da work & 1 hlg 4 50 Baker Dan 4 da wrk & 2 hlg Adams Thos 3 da work 2 25 Boian Joe 4 da woik Anderson Charley 4 da work 3 00 Hell Ira 4 da work , Aker Will 2 da work 1 50 Rell Ellis 4 da work Anderson Coy 4 da work 3 00 Raker Tom 4 da work Anderson Gran 4 da work 3 00 Raker James 4 da work Anderson Henry 2 da woik 1 60 Brock Emmett 4 da work Almones Tom 1 da work .75 Rrock Gilbert 4 da work Aldridge itarve 3J da work & hlg 7 87 Rrock John 4 da work Aldridge Charley 3 da work 2 Rrock Ira 4 da work Allen liert 2 da work 1 CO Rrock J. F. 4 da work Anderson Inez 1 da work & hlg 2 25 (Continued next week) Anderson Willie 1 da work .75 ALLOWED BY FISCAL COURT. 00 00 60 25 25 3 00 75 13 60 00 3 00 3 00 0 00 4 00 4 00 2 25 3 00 3 00 .1 The Allen 34 When you pay 5895 for an Allen 34 you get $895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. build integrity into everjr Allen automobile. Our organization it We are in strong and permanent the automobile business to stay. Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price we get If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, kandicmi car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the engertouring car at Allen 34, 1895, is the complete answer to your requirements. Price, $895 Study theso facts The Allen cine, floating 14 50 2 25 2 25 2 25 C 1 76 50 CO CO Allen 17 horitpowtr en Wciton-Mott hu in 4 7 1 60 CO We 3 1 1 05 05 3 00 3 00 3 00 10 00 6 00 4 Warner Iraiimiiiion and d Herring tear, ctpanj. tlrire, lng brakei, HO Inch nhcelhaie, demountable rimt, aluminum rrank ailf , mohilr top nl leather upholitery. cic Tt and aluminum n cut, full tf'" mini lllilrit Itfktl ami iltilrie ilarlir. MO) I owtr jf 00 2 C2 wr(M of the car U hkh. tlh lh lb motor, luimti eeooeajy if eptnuoo. IU. 3 3 3 3 00 00 00 Wo mm4 boll, lit alk.r Ikroo rooSilor two loorlaf oari. Sl!l. SIJ9. 00 75 a 76 75 2 50 1 1 ityli,fuh, 4 50 1 87 1 l'J 1 CO Faetorr Repreaantatlvas for Soulhtrn Ohio, adjacent Watt Vlr finis Territory, Southern Indiana aJ cntlra Slot of Kn!uckr. Kenton Motors Co. Dealers t feuitr, renin tf tfirtt'n, qutfmtnt, Ml ihi lltJ qutlititi mnJ frut, Allm ft itn-ittsi- l 21&2S( , Write or wira for agency proposition 2 25 3 00 7 50 3 00 A WELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box of our rparkllng ginger ale, orange soda or other of our caibonatrd beverages. If you have not yrt tried any or all ot them jou don't know what a fine treat you have been misting. Dcn't keep on and box missing It. Order commence enjoying yourself. lo-d- 7 CO 3 00 7 CO ' 5 00 1 CO 4 CO 3 00 3 00 C 00 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 00 00 00 Lancaster tling CO. Notice! Poultry Raisers BotPhone 202. 00 00 00 00 00 00 3 00 695 The biggest automobile value ever offered for less than $1000. n A powerful, fast, silent and sweet running really beautiful and fully equipped family automobile. full-grow- anti-ski- High tension magneto, sliding gear transmission, left hand center control, body. d tires on rear, full stream-lin- e The car that has practically every high priced car feature. The car that is the sensation of tho whole automobile world; Holds the road With at 50 miles an hour. 9 electric starter and electric lights $55 extra. Anderson Ternll 1 da Overseer Alford Jim 4 da work Adams Alva 4 da work Arnold W. T. 4 da Overseer Allen Tom 2 da work Ballard Powell 4 da work Ballard Powell Jr 4 da work Burnside Rob 2 da work Rallinger Arch 4 da work Bengc Jim 2 da work Raker Francis 2 da work Beazley Arthur 2 da work Rroaddus Clay 2 da work Rest Walk 2 da work Rowling James 1 da hauling Rowling 11. R. 2 da work Rowling Wm 1 da work Rlade Newton 3 da hauling .Same 4 da work lirown Baecom 3 da work Raughman Price 3 da work Rail Geo 4 da work Rail Earnest 4 da work Raker Tom 4 da woik Rroaddus Rob (col) 2 da woik Railey W. S. 4 da work Rolton John M. 4 da work Rolton Clarence 4 da work Burdett Luther 2 da work Raker Howard 2 da work Raker Herman 2 da work & hlg Rurnside Joe 3 da work Hryant Walker 2 da work Bryant Arnold 2J da work Same 2J da hauling Rroaddus Robt. 1 da work Ballard J. P. 2i da hauling Same 21 du work Same 200 ft, lumber &c Brown Geo. 1 da hauling Same 4 da work Burginer Richard 4 da work & hlg Rrewer James 4 da work Ballard Sam 4 da work Rentley Pettus 4 da work Rrock Jess 3 da work Rentley Ebb 2 da hauling Same 4 da Overseer Rurchell Raymond 2 da work Harlow Kirby 2 da work Barlow Jess 2 da work Rlack John 2 da work Rlack Rill 2 da work ' 00 00 3 00 4 00 1 J Things to Worry About. The average deith of tbc sand on toe African dcaerts U from thirty to forty feet. Daily Hsalth Hint. Never stand behind a inula when you arc arguing wltb blm. Our Dally Gpeclal. Be a koch loser, but don't make It a 1 CO Cholera. Gapes, Limberneck. Roup, Canker, a n float: Diarrhoea and ail Diseases ot poultry VO OCII, XU I AT U RrW 4M44 U'JICnnUm,Kr..Hni "On U (JikkMLiUiUMrnff lntU bl Hffl. aid Gatriitctd by J. Robt Crnmc, Birdstowa, Ky. Price 50c it ill Draliu, ! ! I TVOTtMrXS. lb 3 00 3 00 1 CO old mr R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. 3 1 1 1 1 1 Oo 60 CO CO CO CO habit 1 CO 1 CO .75 4 50 3 00 2 25 3 00 3 00 3 00 I CO 3 00 3 00 I ent parlor suits. Tho lad who loafs around and owca 3 00 everybody In town U tho samo fellow 1 60 Is deeply worried because tho i who 1 Lui McLuke 8tysi ' You can raako a woman madder by Ignoring her than you can by calling tier names. When n girl marries Bho usually low n good friend and gets a grouchy boarder. Politics Is ono of our most popular sports becauso you can talk It all day and uot know a blame thing about It. When they aro engaged they Inv aglno that they can get along with ono chair when they go to house-keelng. Hut after they have been luar rlcd for awhllo they want two differ Diaw A Check for the money you nv c nnd note how much more res- pectfully your creditors you. They liko to do business with u nititi who has nu account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he Is doing business In a business like way. Hetter open such an account even if your airairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. 50 4 CO 2 02 1 &7 1 87 3 75 .75 3 75 1 87 4 25 1 CO 3 00 9 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 2 25 4 00 4 00 1 60 1 CO 1 1 1 1 CO CO 50 CO IllackOllie2dawork Rlack Ren 2 da work Rolton Claude 1 da work Rroaddus Earl t da work Rroaddus Cronley 4 da work Bogie W, M. 4 da work Rogle Noel 4 da work Rolton Taylor 2 da hauling Rurton Abe 4 da work 1C0 .75 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 4 CO Same 3 da hauling Panama canal Isn't paying expenses. The old fashioned poker player who used to walk nrouud his chair to chaagti bis luck now has a son who can deal a diamond from tho bottom wbeu bis stack gets low. llcforo bo gets her he thinks tho la a humming bird. After ho gets her he discovers tbat sho Is a screech owL Conscience may help aotne. But tbo fear of getting caught Is what keeps most of us straight A woman may liavo no aim In life. Rut she always seems to hit tbo target when sbo starts out to shoot Friend Husband. Tbero Isn't any fun In fishing If you havo to catch fish for a living. Reforo abe gets blm sbo believes all be tells bcr ubout his prowess as an athlete. After abo gets him she dl covers that about tho only sport ho ex eels In Is throwing tbo bull. Onco In awhile father will ploy foxy when ho comes homo with n flno bun on. and ho will carefully hldu his mo a ey ro mother won't find It And then ho will get up wlili n big head and a dazed feeling mid Ktnll around for an hour trying to remember whero ho bid the bin mo money. Tho first baby gets u silver mug, a gold ring, an Ivory rattle and about Rut $200 worth of tine baby clothes. tho sixth baby Is lucky If It gets two bibs and a ten cent box of cor starch. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company I AI Ill SWJ aaaaaM mm Ftrl tc3"ZSM i I MJ I RICHMOND, KY. y achiKil, department of agriculture, a well eiiulpil icyiiiiiaaluiu. womratia bclrnce. nr,t Term begins tH'iitmtier 7. Berond Term November 10, Third Terra Aprils, bummer Bcliool opens January 11. Kourth Ti-rJune 11, Catalogue free, j, ,;, h.mibk, I'rwUrni. A TRAiNINQ SCHOOL FOR TliACIICUS fourftea leading to F.lrtnrntarr, Inttrnirdlatu and IJfe Mate Certificate,. Valk ill all 1111)110 He liools of Kentucky. recial I'oum a and Kevlew Counra. Tuition Trie to iiiitrt's. Two pl.n.lM iloruiltnrlra, new iikhIcI sclrnol, iicy luminal training building, practlie THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R JEN.NY, President J. E. STOKMES, Jmdky. Asa't Cashier. Surplus $30,000. Vice I'rei'U S. C. DENNV, Cashier. r. J. L. GllX, a GARRARD MILLING CO., Lancaster, Ky, Or SUBSCRIBE FOR . R. T H. C. CARPENTER, Stanford. Ky., for Demonstration The Central Record 1000 Pony Coupons given with every subscription. New or Old. Safety Deposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex It, Denny, J. II, Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M, Elliott, Directors. TheTJentral Record, Thursday April 15, 1915 RAT CORN Page 3 Ssit MARKSBURY Mr. Normnn Grow who has been Improving. HI, itornia i ! amm Don't miss the wonderful opportunity for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c Panama-Californi- San Francisco a Exposition Exposition Mr. Tom Chcanut has been to Lexington for a viilt. Mr. Andrew Smith of Lexington It visiting relatives at Marcellus. Miss Stella Ford Doty Is spending a week with Miss Route at Manie. Dr. Sam Hose and wife are with his parents at Camp Dick Hobinson. Mr; George Hroadus spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hroadus. Miss Georgia Dunn has returned to lxlngton after a short visit to the home foUs. w Ill The Ladies Working Society meet with Mrs. J. W. Mahan next Wednesday 1b jbPi San Diego Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via kJ Couth ern Railway Frwrier South Carrier of tha at 2 p. m. For fall Information, see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway or writ. B. II. Todd, Diittlct Patien-ga- r Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville, Kt. Messrs Floyd Stamper and Patrick Day of Waynesburg are guests this week of Mr. Riley Isom. The Ford a great utility because it serves nil the people. Tho populnr choice, because it gives better service at a lower cost Populnr again, because it is simple mid easily understood by everybody. And with all the refinement, it is still the same dependable Ford, and sells for $00. less than last year besides the plan of sharing profits with the buyers. Buyers will share in profits if wc sell at retail 300.000 new Fords Cars between August 1st 1911 nnd August 1, 1015. Runabout tUO; Touring Car $190; Town Car 1690; Coupelet $760; Sedan $975, f. o. D. Detroit with all rqulpmentj On diiplay and sale at Cart. John Doty of Taint Lick, is with his son, making an Indefinite Mr. Jno. Doty of this place. The Misses Walton entertained Sun day In honor of Misses Mary and Sallle Ilcailey and Mr. Taylor Huffman Mr. George Rogers and family who have been residing In Cincinnati, have returned to their old home at Marcellus to live., Mr. Luke Shears found on the public highway on last Saturday afternoon a ladies hat and a bundle containing a number of valuable articles. The right owner can get them. On account of a typographical error In last week's letter, the writer was taken to "law" about the prefix of 'Miss' Instead of 'Mrs.', the only accountable reason for It the old maids down here are thick as bees and this married lady who licks 'em (old maids) every convenient opportunity is afraid of being classed as one of them. count of the lire having gotten un der such headway. The slncerest TELL HOW THEY WON sympathy of the whole community goes out to Mrs. Ralston and Mr. and Mrs. Huncan In the loss of their home. Sick people want to bo well In a nurry. GUSHING. A great many, perhaps most all. Illnesses hare their beginning in de' We have to deviate from our calling rangementa ot tho stomach and dlgcs- of promoter, fighting flies and cussing tlre tract. Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy starts In republicans long enough to take notice doso to put stomach suf of the darn foolishness of some at the first editors ferers on the way to health. The first who nre floundering around in the sea dose proves It. It Is taken with success everywhere. of singleness. Here are the words of two Tcnncssco An Iowa editor who attended a party people who hare taken It: was smitten with the charms of a fair MISS CORA FISHER. 805 Saxon avenue, Memphis "Have taken your damsel who wore a ruse on her fore medicine and It worked like a char- m- head, and thus gushed about it; Abf ve her nose baa removed quite a number of gall tones. It does Just as you said It There is a rose; would." Below the rose MRS. W J. WARD, Sparta, Tenn. There Is a nose "I can honestly recommend your remRose, nose. edy to all sufferer from constipation Nose, rose, and stomach troubles. Indigestion seems a thing of the past with me." Sweet rose. Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy gives perDear nose. manent results for stomach, liver and Below her chin Intestinal aliments. Eat aa much and There is a pin; whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gat In tha Above the pin stomach and around the heart. Get one There Is a chin; bottle of your druggist now and try It Pin, chin, on an absolute guarantee It not satisChin, pin, factory money will be returned. Sweet pin, Dear chin. BUCKEYE Our only comment would be; Above the stool Mr. and Mrs. Baa com Brown visited There is a fool; his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Brown Below the fool Sunday. , There is a stool: Stool, fool. Mr. Earl Carter of Bereft College was Fool, stool, the week-enguest of his parents Mr. Old stool, and Mrs. Mat Carter. Damphool. Miss Minnie Sanders was the truest of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders from Growing Children Friday until Monday. frequently need a food tonia and tissue) Mr. and Mrs. Henly VVhlttuker and builder for their good health. children spent Sunday with Mr, and Olive Oil Mrs. Herbert Whittaker. Emulsion Miss Lena Schooler and brother Chester were the Ruet of their sister Is the prescription for this. Mrs. Jajper Noel Sunday. R. E. MeRob.rts Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill, Ila and Lmillie Hill spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bradshaw. SOME TENNESSEE FOLKS JfCARDS. Or. J. S. GILBERT. OFFICE CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. Office Phone 69 Residence Phone 41 KY. LANCASTER. vKATSahdMICB It Mummifies Them. Harmless to human beinra or liva stock. Rid vour Dlaee of thn ne without smell or danger. Order a can today. Prices 60c and 11.00 ran. fl nnnnrl $5.00. Postage paid. Rat Corn Is guaranteed to do all we say W. B. NELSON, Uxuijton, Ky. lo&ly Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, Int. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mondf--- . Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasvllle, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Montlcello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. B. W. Morrow, Graduate Optiiita uniaee riiiea. luiurectloa Qnrnteed. Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. Clay Kauffman, Attorney-At-La- w d Offices on Danville Street over Post Office. Olfice Phone 31. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky Faint Liok, laaaaaaaataaaaaaaaaaaaaPy DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. Phone 387-BUCKEYE. KY. THE MADISON INCOKfOrUTrD GARAGE, Richmond. 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 WAREHOUSES: Ninth Street Warehouse Louisville Warehouse Planters-Centra- " " Kentucky & Peoples Warehouse u " l Warehouse . Farmers Warehouse " " Home Warehouse It will have the special attention of experienced warehousemen and you will get prompt returns. M M ... ... .... . . Louisville, Misses 11a Hill. Minnie and Louie Stomach Trouble Cored. Mitchell Brown were the guest of Miss 556 ACRES OF BLUE GRASS LAND Mary Lee Kurtz last Friday night. Miu. II. G. Cleveland, Arnold. I'a., ' As executrix I will sell publicly, Miss Lucinda Carter entertained a writes, "For some time I suffered from WEDNESDAY, number of her friends Sunday In honor MAY 12, 1915, stomach trouble. I would have sour stomach and feel bloated after eating. of her brother. Mr. Earl Carter of on the premises the homestead of the Nothing benefited me until I got Cham- Berea. late John J. Craig, deceased, known aa Waveland, berlain's Tablets. After taking two embracing 666 acres, bottles of them I was cured." For TIRD WEAK AND NERVOUS situated in Boyle County, Ky., on the Danville and Hustonvill eale by all dealers. turnpike, Why Are So Many Lancaster People In about one mile south of Danville, where are located the great schools This Condition. for young ladies and young men, the Kentucky College for Women and University, and also a Prepar Feel tired out, irritable and depres Central atory School for boys, and two Modem sed? High Schools. This farm is within Urine irregular; back weak and pain 30 minutes drive of the passenger sta ful! Q and C and Southern These are symptoms that suggest tions of the Railways, at Danville, and of the L & kidney trouble. N Ky., at Shelby City. It is composed When the kidneys call for help. Assist them with a testm kidney of the best quality of Bluegrass soil, has been owned by John J. Craig and remedy. his ancestry for more than 100 years. Give them the help they need. has never been tired or abused, is In No remedy more highly recommend a high state of cultivation, and contains ed than Kidney Pills. virgin soil, bemp and tobacco land. It Ky. Backed by home testimony. " " is splendidly improved with a by PUBUCJALE Registered Hereford Bull SEASON 1915. Prompt Service day and night. Service $2.00 Cash. Two miles from Lancaster on the Richmond pike. J, A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Rank. Residence V hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. R. E. HENRY. L.&N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. Phone 229. nn u v""!-" 1 8 to 12 a. m. Ito4-7t- o9 p. rn Endorsed Lancaster people. Mrs. C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard two-stor- y brick residence, having LOUISVILLE TOBACCO !CTllPOATEn WAREHOUSE CO., Louisville, Kentucky St., Lancaster, Ky., says: "My kidneys were out of order and I had pains through my back and kidneys. At times I was nervous. Doan's Kidney Pills made me feel much better and stronger In every way." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills-t- he same that Mrs, Brutumett had. Co., Props, Buffalo. N. Y. Foster-Milburn PAINT LICK 4? LIGHT FOUR $1250. (F.O. B. Factory) . "SAFETY FIRST" I Miss Lula McWhorter is in London for an extended visit. Mr. Carlos Hedrick has purchased of Mr. Levy Cornelison his Metz runabout Miss Lucile Estndge is the guest of Miss Mattie Wiley, at Point Leavell, this week. Mr. James Rucker of Lexington was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Rucker on Sunday. Miss Jeanetta Eldrldge spent the week-en- d in Stanford, the guest of Miss Belle Denny. Mrs. M. K. Denny and son lleattie of Lancaster were the guests of spacious halls, verandas, furnace, and hot and cold water and bath. It has all necessary farm buildings, such as servants house, stables, cribs, carriage and ice house, and cattle shed. All stable and stock lots are enclosed-- with stone fencing, and many of the division fences are stone. A beautiful avenue leads to the residence, which is surrounded by magnificent forest trees, and to which is attached a lovely gar den, now planted, and in a high state of cultivation. At the same time I will sell a herd of splendid Polled Durham cattle, composed of calves, heifers, cows and steers, also somi worn mules and horses, corn In the crib, carriages and farming implements. Sale will begin at 1:30 p. m., and the cash, farm will be sold for one-thir- d balance of purchase price in equal installments in 1, 2, 3 and 4 years, with 6 oer cent, thereon, payable with lieu retained on the land. Possession will be given immediately, and all leases and crop contracts will be assigned to purchaser. Premises will be shown interested parties. BETTiE CRAIG, Executrix, Danville. Ky. No 10; a. m. M. K. Benny and W.A. Wheeler To Maysville, connecting at Richmon Doctors Of Dotal Sentry. with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexing Offlce: Btorme. Bnlldlnf oiei Hurt A ADder ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & on'i Furniture Store. 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 & Beattyville. Lexington & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. Office at Rainey's Livery Stable. No 70; 11:60 a. m. -- Kentucky To Richmond, connecting with fast Lancaster, 60 Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 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. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. rBuy Gold Med&h The Sura Growini Kind SEEDS nea But them from jour local teed dialer, you. write u. direct. LOUISVILLS SKID CO tnd and Main LoulevflU, Ky. libs can't aupply Are You a Woman? i! Cardiii ALL DRUGGISTS FIELD SEEDS. I have a full line of high-graField Seeds which I am offering at very attrac- The Woman's Tonic tive prices If Interested, ask for samples and prices. relatives here Friday. Mr. andMra. E. L. Woods, Mrs. II. Patrick and Miss Sullie Woods motored to Danville Thursday. Misses Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville. Ky. North-boun- W. Bush Nelson, FOR SALE AT Lexington. - - Kentucky. CONVINCED- If you are open to conviction take the time to inspect the various cars in your price zon- e- make a careful analysis of each car the Mitchell will compare more than favorably in your final conclusion. The eager Light Six or the smart Light Four show their individuality in every line their appearances, finish, comfort and performance stamp their superiority. These assertions can be proven if the car submitted to you for your deductions supports our claims you will be convinced. Minnie May Robinson and Margaret Cook, of Lancaster have been the guests of Miss Mary May Walker. 10 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsden and Miss No. Geneva spent the week-en- d in Lancas ter the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. No. 4 Seale. No. 28 Rev. W. M. Eldridge and Mr. J. Wade Walker attended the spring No. 14 BUYrlTJ STRAWBERRY Cincinnati Express, 4:30 a.m. daily Spe CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. Lexington, Ky Distributors. G:03 a.m. cial, daily Blue Grass Special, dally except Sun...6:08 a.m. Carolina Special, meeting of Transylvania Presbytery at 7:00 a.m daily Houstonville the past week. No. 0 Local Express, dally 1:35 p.m. Woods Walker and guests Mr. No. 2 Cincinnati Limited, Mr. A. V. Hughes, ot New Yorx, spent 5:20 p.m. dally several days the past week in Yersalles No. 12 Royal Polm, dally.. 6:37 p.m. the guests of Mr. Lam Wooldrige. Mrs. A. B. Estridge suffered a very No. 6 L o c a Express, painfull accident Sunday evening. As dally . .........11:05 she was returning from Mrs. Betty No. 11 Royal Palm, dally-ll:a.m. Griggs, she missed her footing on the No. 1 New Orleans Lim stone steps leading from the yard down 11:35 a.m. ited, dally to the road and fell with her weight No. 13 Carolina Special, upon her right arm, bruising and 10:15 p.m. dally spraining it at the elbow. SpeNo. 3 11:35 p.m. The residence of Mrs William Rale. cial, dally ton, occupied by Mr. Robert Duncan No. 0 Florida Spe and family was burned to the ground 11:62 p.m. cial, dally about tlx o'clock Monday morning. No. 27 Blue Grass SpeWhen the blaze was discovered the cial, dally except kitchen was almost ready to fall In, Sunday? arrives.. 8:15 p.m. the fire having started presumably For rates, routes and Information from the cooking atove. Very few of call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, the household goods were saved on ac agent; 'phone 348. South-boun1 a-20 PLANTS Fruit and Shade Trees Our first offering of the remarkable Mammouth Pearl Potato Everything for Orchard. Lawn and MECHANICS POPSEK R MAGAZINE Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. lStl. 1915 For Father and Son AND ALL THE FAMILY Two and a half million readers find it of absorbing interest. Everything In it Is Written So You Can Understand ft W. sell 400,000 copta every month without giving; premiums and hive no toucnon. Any neweJeeler will &how you a copy! or writ, the publuhcx lor frw simple a pwtal will do. .SO A YaTAJt ISe A COPY C ASTORIA u4 CbildiM laiuts In Us Fr Ovw 30 Y For aHayahTra rs Popular Mechanics Maaraslna r Ha. BSWMSM AM., CHICAGO of i 4 Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday April 16 1915. Everything In LADIES WEAR. J. E. DICKERSON. LADIES WEAR. Everything In : t Aways Something New In Suits. Assortments at all prices are a revelation in completeness and value giving. Do you favor one of the new Military Models or Gathered Back effect? In any case, you will find here just the style features, the colors and materials that you especially want. J 2 A Vast Array of Pretty New Spring Coats to Sell at Popular Prices. We also have great values in New and Stylish Footwear. Light tops of the most popular colors. JjjJ Don't forget the wonderful values that J. E. Dickerson always gives. Bear in mind that we are the store that give great values in "Vomens Garments for a moderate price. The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a CLOSING OF BUENA (prominent men NOW DSE TANLAC year. VISTA HIGH SCHOOL. iThe Womans Club .Edited Rj TaeWomaatCiut- - ROAD BUILDING. In an editorial discussing 'WOULD CONCEAL A MULTI- Last Saturday marked the closing of Mayors, County and Circuit Court Judges J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. a most successful school year of the Obtain Famous Medicine. R. L ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. Buena Vista Consolidated school. Last Tuesday an all days meeting was held Lexington, April 15th 1915. "I have Catered at the I'oft Orilca In hancater, K'j. at the school, a most delightful dinner sold Tanlac, since the beginning of its Moll Muter. was served by the patrons and friends Introduction In I nvinntun In th mv. of the school. The speakers of the day ors of numbt!rof cities uMy judges, Member Kentucky Press Association ,. , , were Dr. E. C. McDougle of Richmond aud i j Prof. John E. Calfee amii ur. c. Eighth District Iublishers League. mo3t prominent, business and profes- McAllister of Berea. flinnnl mun In Vnnttitr ir " Wm V Monday night a play was given j Lancaster; Ky., April 15, 1915. StaKK the LexinBton UruJU the. grades and Tuesday night a play by, ..The Jemaml f(jr ,,par,tion the high school was rendered. Both of Rates For Political Announcements Uiese plays were splendidly given, re- - has been phenomenal. In, all of my jenC(J twenty vea. the d For Precinct and Citv Olfiies ...$ 5.00 fleeting great credit upon those who busineS3 , haye M por County Offices 10.00 took part and upon the teachers who . , -- nuala It 15.00 trained them. The entire faculty was For State and District Office "In addition to the Lexington de- 10 For Calls, per line for nextjyear which means mand, Tanlac has been shipped from 10 success for the school in the future. For Cards, per line my store to Kansas City, Mo ; ColFor all publications In the interorado Springs. Col.; Denver, Col.; est of Individuals or expresMemphis. Term.. Meridian, Mis.; Bo-- 1 sion of Individual views, per GET RID OF RATS. nilla. S. D.: Pittsburg, Pa.; Jackson10 line Ky.; Tiffin, There ar6 few farmers who have not ville, Fla.; Louisville, 05 Obituaries, per line Ohio; Columbia, had experience with rats about their Ohio; Cincinnati, place and who liave not experienced (Tenn; Palm Beach. Fla.; Phoenix Ari POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS loss of train and vountr noultrv from zona; Los Angeles Cal., and many them. Rata do a great deal of damage other points throughout the country e too numerous to mention, The Central Record la authorized to but the greatness is not, as a rule fully ' that announce the following candidates for realized because they work unseen, ! You mav rest assured that every city office, subject to the Democratic stealing their feed at night a little at a j in Kentucky has, too, heard of Tanlac primary, August 7th, 1915. time. On a large farm where many, "I can only account for the great chickens are kept a few chicks taken demand for this preparation by the FOR GOVERNOR. That each night are sometimes not missed. fact that it is a good medicine. Hon. A. O. Stanley. This is true in the corn bin, also, but i proven by the numerous statements FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. when the loss due to rats is added up it j from those who hare tested the medi-i- s C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. found in most cases, to be many dol- - j cine in cases of catarrhal affections, or Chas. C. Fox, of Boyle county. lars. ''The number of rats that may stomach, liver and kidney complaints, and are now convinced of its excellent FOR COMMONWEALTH'S live on an ordinary farmisastounding," ATTORNEY. writes one man. He says that on one merits. The public has not been slow 2.U00 acre tract where the rats were to appreciate the Tanlac merit. E. V. Puryear, of Bovle county. "Practically $15,000 worth of Tanlac systematically destroyed by trap. R. W. Keenon, of Mercer county. J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county. poisons and ferrets, 32,000 were count- - has been sold and distributed through ed and that did not include the 5.000 my store within the past seventy days. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. that were killed a short time before by Such a demand is most certainly un- V. II. Mason. precedented. the threshes at threshing time. W. A. Doty. When we think of the great number "I take pleasure in commending Mr. FOR SHERIFF. of rats hidden under our barn and that Cooper and his very excellent preparaG. T. Ballard, Jr. each one of tham is living on the grain tion." FOR REPRESENTATIVE. that we have harvested we should not Tanlac, the preparation referred to, II. Clay Kauffman. basitate to make an active campaign is now sold In Lancaster only by R. E. " McRoberts. torrid the premises of them. ' I am a candidate for County Court The indirect loss due to rats is often, Clerk to succeeJ J. W. Hamilton the and sometimes a great deal more, im-- ! HOGWALLOW NEWS. present Clerk. nor tan t than the direct loss, for they , A dog got after Miss Hoitetter Hocks I have accepted The Chief deputies are known to carry certain disease. In appointment in the office in order to our fight against hog cholera it would Saturday and tore her dress down the acquaint mvself with the duties of be well to see if there are any rats ,M,e she will let It stay that way. Clerk and having fitted myself to take about. If there are the hog houses, Miss Hostetter Hocks, who ordered a the examination required by law, I corn crib and in fact all the out huild- - mesh bag through the mails, is dissat-ing- s sincerely ask and solicit your support. about the place should be made isfted with it as she found it full of holes, E. M. Walker. as near Where as possible. The Tin Peddler's horse got excited cement foundations can be put in this and I an away Tuesday morning. No should be done not only because they harm was done except Mrs. TobeMose-l- y Railroad Commbsioner. are but because it makes a got away with a dish pan. We are authorized to announce splendid lasting building material. The sehoo! trustees visited the Wild JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Rardstown, Even though the buildings may be Onion school Friday afternoon. They Nelson County, as a canditate for the the use of seme good poison to were treated royally bv the teacher. Democratic nomination for Railroad kill rats is advisable. who wants to teach there another term Commissioner from the Second DisPoke Eazley, who tore down the trict; the primasy election to be held stairway leading to the loft of his bom Saturday August 7th., 1915. HALL OF LANCASTER LODGE will have to put it back again, as he did not know that his wife was in the William F. Klalr, Fayette County, loft. NO. 104. F AND A M. Candidate for Reelection as Railroad Commissioner, Second District of Ky. The school teacher at Tickville is be Subject to the action of the Democratic Lancaster, Ky., April J3lh 1915. ing prominently mentioned as a candi party in the August Primary. date.for congress. It elected he would only as, a stepping stone Whereas, 'Brother Alex Bishop's use the office spirit took Its flight on Friday April to something higher. ANOTHER BIG EVENT The Excelsior Fiddling Band, which 2nd, thereby taking from our number T,..b meet one of our most useful craftsmen, one has been rehearsing for several weeks M.. For Danville' nam who had labored lone and earnestly for for an entertainment in the Calf Ribs the welfare of the Craft and the good neighborhood, has postphoned it on ac to be Held in That City April 30. ot bis lellowmen ana who held the un- - count of the war in Europe, Columbus Allsop and Cricket Plans are being rapidly consummat- - 8tintrd "l?' were overtaken by a big rain Hicks while ed for an interscholastlc tract meet to jnmber of the order who knew ,he walking along the1 Gander Creek road be held in Danville April 30th. It will ? be remembered that such an event was d,th of K": 1 "hop the Craft ,u,,aln the other day. Cricket, tho not half as big as Columbus, got just as wet. staged in that city some five or six Tho Wild Onion school house must be year. ago. A rainy day and other un-- l l,,ro,her Bi,hop w" 0 rsu,ar conditions detracted very tendant' a M8lou', wotktt and wa5 repaired and as the school teacher la much from the former effort, although ever readv wilh a kind and cheerfuI the only one who gets any bei.efiu all participants and spectators were word for those with whom he came in from the building being there he will likely have to pay for the improvements. pleased. Invitations have been sent contact That ,n hi' dealh the rmmU"itV to all high achools in the state. DueFit Smith, who has had more trouble a ,P,enuiJ citl"n ni iha bereav. to the fact that track work Is so poorly with the law than most any citizen In xamiiy a Kinti ana loving relative. small percentage of he rewarded this section, has made up his mind to 1,181 thI ,te,olulion b high achools in oue state have track 'l do better and hereafter will not steal a , large upon the minute book of the' 1. team. The obl.et thrfor cow, even If he knows he will not be ent 10 the f"miV ! arouse a greater Interest In this branch ,odKe a caught up with. copy furnished to the Central Record of athletics which is so fundamental. The Old Miser, of Musket Ridge, who of Lancaster Ky and to the Masonic Home Journal of Louisville for pub has had his money buried in one spot Don't forget the "Twenty Million for the past several weeks, will move Dollar Mystery" Roman's Opera IIoui lication. it this coming week. The Hogwaltow ( II. C. Kauffman. Night. Several prizes will be Friday Improvement Society has offered him lommmee i ueo. amun, Jr.. given away on that night. w, Sweeney. Induce mjyits to move it to Hogwallow, Second-Cla- L:i, ',,.. r., I ww There could be little progress in the war against disease but for the work of the bacteriologist who, like an able military strategist, but using a microscope instead of a spyglass, discovers our enemies, the minuteorganismsthat prey upon the human system, and worki out the best methods of repelling Dr. Lillian Herald their attacks. South, head of the Kentucky State Bacteriological Laboratory at Bowling Green, is said to be the only woman to hold the important position of State Hari-rimnc- Lt Sh h.. ' I ! I rat-pro- f; rat-pro- fi.r-CI..I,.i- :. ' T''Tf'f, J!1 ""'"T, ' -' !'' Same to You! Mother's visitor told Alice and flet' A happy new u all tho human ty, when they were brought Into the family mid other Inferior nnlmsla- .That the club women of America are farlor to be presented, that she had lllue lElvi-- ttnrettt-- . not waiting for full suffrage before two little nieces Just about thelt ages. taking an active part in civic better "That's nothing," said Alice patronlz Our Only Special. Ingly, pulling up ment work is proven by the earnest tno little kneezes, her skirts. "I dot It Is anfer to linv the world l.itiL'hlng too." nlth you than laughing at you. efforts of thousands of women in local "Clean Up and Paint Up" campaigns Where Cloves Come From. Luka McLuks Sayat in practically every state in the Union The A twy alwn.v orry for n "The men are too busy, or too chesty' one of best cloves come from Amboyna, the Molucca Islands. They are perrd. lap raliil h'hIIi that net kw said one of these women, "to see the grown it also In Java. Sumatra, Zanzibar to play with other dogs. the need of or to do simple beautifka and In tho West Indies. The clove When two liar meet the first llur U tion and sanitation work. And yet tree grows as high as tO feet. Tho rlpo going to tie outcliixM'd ns snon n t:e that work is vital to the health of fruit resembles a small olive. Tho geta throup.il miking. When n single man duds things thousands and to the progress of th clove of commerce tls the blossom In lilt hoarding Ikhiso ! enn community in better living conditions which Is dried by expouro to wood pack up mid move tu another board smouo and the sun. to keep pace with increasing popula lug houe. Hut n married man hasn't tion. that kind of n cliirh. True Devotion. iliere was a time, when pink teas The liiiin who rr Utile Kalharlno had a big dog lery cigar in glii- into lei shooting cnl and gossip characterized our local club hU frlemU l al which she loved deatly One cold wnya meetings. But that time i s past tirprletl to Irani tint you ii,nv There are a million things for the bet night she asked If the dog could come Mlllt KUIoUlig when he meets joti Into tho time. terment of the town that we are able er said: house for a while. Her moth "Yea; but as soon as bo be The to do, and we are trying to do them as gins to Ms scratch, you must put him worked "safitj of llirt" luniimlgn u lot kikmI. hut the liino fast as we can get to them. The right out." Later Kathnrtne was heard 'Clean Up and Paint Up' campaign, In to exclaim: "O. Kettle, don't scratch: cent bystander N still (.tiling hl with great regularity. which we are working shculder to tell me whero It Itches, and I'll scratch There It too mueli bull In the world you." Chicago Tribune. shoulder with the men, embodies a big It for It has got ao that driving isirlmge batch of improvements we have had in wngon In n "iKwIiInn" nnd not i mind. This campaign seems to be and S7 per wifk la ":ijr)" tut. I nut Not What He Meant. fortunate combination of iJeals, 'Clean in a rase in wnicu a man was jjay. When the burtt'iidiT begin to tlx n Up and 'Paint Up'. It gives us work charged with cruelly llltrcatlne a to do now, with a definite program to horse by working It In an unHt state. drink for n man ns noun a the man en ters tho start things off, and with absolutely a constable expressed the opinion that tho man door of the cafe nnd U'furn has onleri'd anything you can no end of possibilities in permanent the animal was not capablo of doing any more work on arcount of Its age. bet that th bartender la Using the constructive effort. And the best of A solicitor right drink uud that Iho man Is n M for the suggested it is that this campaign simply forces that tho horso defense required low who lirngi that he Is u merely the men to work with us. A success- a rest. Magistrate "Eternal rest?" drinker. ful campaign means an increased de Solicitor"! do not mean that, air." ThU Is a apveily age. Koine brides begin saving up money to pay it law mand for many kinds of merchandise. yer for a divorce beforo they get all means conservation of property, means Conditional Acceptance. tne nco out or their hair. increased realtv values it means It Is told of tho Into Mrs. Robert It Is funny that a better business town and a better home Louis Stevenson that she was much yotl can't see tho holegirl kuows that In the heel of town. Why shouldn't the men lend more Interested In literature than she ber stocking, but Is nfrnM mil tflll hand? was In absolute order when It came seo the hole If It Is located around the to her housekeeping. At one time she " and her husband received an InvitaA True Financier. The old fashioned man who bellev,! "El ah had er owned dat goose dat tion to dinner and Mr. Stevensin said that auy man who would let a bnrl,..r laid de golden ale. all vouldn't a In his note of acceptance: "We will shave blm wa. dude now ha, a .J killed her," said Itastus Johnslnr. coma If, In the meantime, Mrs. Stev who Icta a girl manicure Id, nnlU enson can find her other shoe." Ah'd a made her sot on dem ales tnree times a week. and hatch more golden gooses." Phil There are lota nf nrr adelphia Ledger. on tho street who are Imperfect twen-Switzerland's Hotels. wdcu they are In tho hay nnd The capital Invested In Swiss hotels. according to the latest figures, the props are on the dresser. Aature doesn't giro tho men a fullTree Yields a Fortune. amounts to over S200.000.000, while the Draill boasts of a giant tree that average annual gross profits are esti- deal. Why la It that tho vonmr produces a revenue ot over two thou- mated at $50,000,000. The report shows run to dimples and tho younir fellows sand dollars a year. It la a rubber that a number ot the biggest hotels run to pimples? lou can't get three men tm.it, tree probably the largest In the are controlled by large companies, world. For one hundred and twenty which form a kind of trust, In which when you sound u call for n mp.tint. days every year It produces 22 pounds there It a large proportion ot foreign for uplift and civic betterment. Hut ot rubber dally. The trunk of the tree capital Invested. There are 43,000 ho- there are never enough seats to around when you sound a call for a la over 27 feet In circumference. The tel servants In Switzerland, most ot poser game. American Hoy. whom are very well paid. bacteriology ever since h- -r graduation from the Woman's Medical College in Philadelphia in 1902. It was largely in consequence of her demonstration of the ravages of that wicked parasite, the hookworm, that the state author! ties, aided by the Rockefeller Commission, are carrying on a systematic campaign to extirpate the hookworm disease. In connection with her laboratory Doctor South conducts the only Pasteur Institute in Kentucky, where persons bitten by supposedly rabid animals are examined and treated free of charge. Many of those who come to her for observation and treatment are poor mountain folk who have few enjoyments; and by taking them on auto trips and to moving picture shows Doctor South wins their confidence and affection, and makes their three weeks at the institute a pleasant and memorable chapter in their lives. The Woman's Club has written Dr. South asking her to come to Lancaster and hope soon to announce the data when we will have with us our gifted State Bacteriologist. .rri.Hrl in Highway the Iiuisville TUDE OF FAULTS. sensibly says: "Ckan up!" Is the phrase. "It is not the through traffic of it? Why not "paint y,!1' "ot pleasure-seeker- s that is important; By Luke McLukc it is important that by mad build- And If "paint up," why not do it ao ing we break down the isolation of it will LAST and PAY? Copyright, 1010, tho Cincinnati farm life, and that we reduce the Painting Is another "art preserva- Enquirer cost of marketing farm products, tlve." Rightly done, it saves repair. remembering that today the initial t adds to length of proirty.ife, Increases cost of transportation for wheat, Mora Appropriate. brings to the "8om day I'll cat a harp," aald Vix. tobacco fruitand vegetables, tothe, tenant's lips the pleaaed smile, to the "An.l Join tli heavenly choir," nearest open market is the most imrighteous landlord the wholesome feel-- , nut when he dll nnd crotM.1 the Slyi portant part of it all." Ing of duty well (wrformed. They handnl him a lyra. This Is the milk in the cocoanut. Between ourselves, there's room for Daily Hsalth Hint. Good roads are primarily needed for lota and lota of paint here in Our- Never step cm a banana ioel when town. Well the paople who have to uso them for applied, in colors Jud. . you are they save time. glycerin. carrjlns n bottlo of nitro- jclously selected, it would conceal a inmness purpocs. "d 'rouble. They mcreaie the mo"ey multitude of atchltectural anj sanitary value of land, bring the tanner in closer sins from the discerning eyes of tourHow It Happtnad. contact with the market, the church ists passing this way and from ourIlotat flagon. A tut ax on. and the school. They are an industrial selves. 8rs a draron. l,ook over your OWN house, "'".sity. They are built bv taxation or Wattr saxvn. home, or business structure, and then out of them. ThereVould be no highcome to McRoberts Drug Store and let Names la Namat. The Arm of Katx & Ilonecutter U la us sell you the PAINT that will LAST. way like the proposed Dixie road simply for the through travel of automo- business In Liverpool, KnclaDd. Don't YOU agree? Try our prrscrip-tion- bile people, but they are not built for "Clean Up and Paint Up." Hera's Anothtr Varsa. that purpose. They are arteries of I am lonKlne for th 'country, far from trade and commerce like the railroads, Itlltled, mirrored tars, TO POOL CROPS and while the automobile has the use Whero you dpn't e thin UtXfS cnlekana hefplna or them, they are not primarily built Whtro clrla on tha trollajr cars; Tobacco Growers Association Take Dedon't draaa "an drshablUa" for that purpose. We are heartily in and you ret tooitlru rata finite Action, favor of the Dixie Highway and we And nurra a man aaya, "Ilowdr. frlrn.t." to every ona ha tnrata. want it to come through our county, -- Kira lYIS. The Board of Directors of the Tobac- for the reason that it will mean a co Growers Association which met in splendid rad, increase "the value of oh '"Rton ' Roy Cllnklngbe'nrd of Ashland and w"k. decided to ' pool the land adjacent, and help to build up he crop of 1915. and If It la not tur- MUi Gunsle Clnltertitiek nt v. Garrard county in many ways. liloomueld were rasrrletl Kundnr at ehasrtl by Nov. 1st 1915. to cut out the the homu of the bride' Kntndparvnta crop in 1910, and It was further decld-e- J Friendship. r uuon did l sun. that such County Board might hold "A friend loveth at oil times and Is Its pledges until Ills decide.1 In Novem- Z 'a brother born for adversity." Hook minus to worry About. ber whethrr of Prorerbs. A IttiRKlau soldier Beta $.1T.S per J following Is the form of pledge kdopt- year. , the Dixie Post very Bits of Byplay "'f property-attractivit- I j i Nothing to Brag About. rtr J."' .' j f,-- i o f t h e County State o f Uo ,1,reuy constitute and appoint the Tobacco Growers' Association (Incor- ttnrMfjll v, I utH... iy., my .true nI lawfuligent. to warehouse, grade anu sell the tobacco grown by me or otherwise controlled by me, in 1916. ami lor that purpose I hertby invest said asiociation with tho title to the tobacco grown by me In the said Year 1915; and for said services I hereby agree, in addition to the cost of handling and selling, to pay said Tobacco Growers' Aisoaialion f of one Tm'T of lh" Krdld "le ,rico of m ,. -. one-hal- It Is hereby further Jii i . h I ."nd Z 'l un my nroiner tobacco growers, who have slimed a lili0 with this, not to grow any lu,'a:c', m the year 191C. Witness my hand. day of .... . then the various county boards shall have the option to warehouse, handle and finance all of their own tobacco in their own counties, but if any county board, for any cause, is unable to finance, handle or warehouse Its own tobacco, In its own county or territory, then, and in that event, the tobacco of such county or territory shall be financed by tne saiu (onacca Growers' Association to tho extent of 60 per cent or more, of the appraised value thereon. If the majority of the said county boards, on the referendum vote, taken as above set out, Is in favor of terminating said agency, the said Tobacco Growers' Association hereby agrees to relinquish and surrender all right to handle, ware house, grade, flnanm nrall inh.n IK"1 up under this contract; but, If sum m'iit tin x.i.1 t..i. ...... tne . era' A.n,-Ui- i .i '." . .T 7 01 ca,,nul ...li ..u " ,U7B "'f ,,r" ,wove,n; r- said association has not sojdsald tobac-c- o on or before November 1st, 1915, then, said TobncJu Growers' Association shall refer the question back to tho county boards, whether or not said agency shall longer continue and if a majority ot salt) county boards, acting together, vote to continue said agency, agreed that if Jl" ""J - cannot cat this or that food, it doe sot agree with me." Our advioej to all of them is to tako a "I People Say To Us lUIore and altef each meal." 25obox, " . E. McRobsrts 6 Yes! We Are Different The Central Record, Thursday April 5 1 19 1 5. Page 5 mmtmtmttmtmti Thats How We Increase Our Sales REPUTATION P ff IS NOT AN ACCIDENT. OURS IS A RESULT OF PRICE SMASHING VALUES. I Different from others in our plans and policies, by scientific business management, and giving our patrons the advantage of securing the highest class Merchandise at reasonable prices. j i H i Stand for the best b mni h LiJii bvhhi iiiks .J in quality and price in Ladies Ready - to - Wear Garments, Piece Goods, Shoes, Carpets, Notions. I SPRING V Mr Charles Ilrent of Lexington was a The friends of Miss Julin Reed will : 1 regret to learn she continues quite ill. fANY BODY CAN GET A HOME Y von-- , i. r, recent visitor in Lancaster. it TinS cm Dr. J. J. Purslcy was mingling with Wornnns Club meets as usual Any Good Man Can Gtt From One To V.. The friends in Stanford Monday. this afternoon. Two more meetings Mrs E. L. Owsley Is at home from n will cloio this splendid years work. Ten Years To Pay For II. By Tesl The Best and Most Accurate Planter Made.j Raspberry bushes for sale. visit to Mrs Dave Dunn of Danville. Miss Sallie Elkin was one of the J. R. Mount. A Brief Mention ol the Comings ind Alcsdames W. It. Cook and G.' D. guests of Airs. Caraoll Shanks, of Goings byThoic Wt Art Inltrtittd In. I have four first class farms, conMiss Mattie Estrs will sell flowers Robinson wrro in Lexington this week. Stanford, last Friday when she enter taining about 14Gb acres of Garrard this spring. Save your orders for her. n iained at a luncheon. 1 will cut inMr. D. W. Myers of Horse Cave was County's best soil, which Miss Sallie Elkin entertained at a to parcels to suit purchasers, in amounts Mrs. It. Zlrnmer Is In Cincinnati the a guest the post week, ot Miss Katie For Sale Cheap:-Fuset OBk dining Simpson. family dining, . Wednesday in honor of from five acres to an entire farm. as Good. Roller Bearing Rollers guest of relatives. None room furniture. Mrs. W. II. Mason, 310 acies, fertile soil, on good pike, tf. Sirs, James Dunn, of Danville. Mrs. Miss Mildred lleazley was the week Auto rickets Wilh Every Cash Dollar Purchase. Mrs. N. Miller and Mrs. I. X. Miller rnd Drag Harrows. village and end guest of her aunt, Mrs. Wn. Hays flunn who is much improved in health two miles from a thriving are in Cincinnati visiting relatives. is now 'with her sister, Mrs. J. R. 11 miles from one of .the best graded of Stanford We have a large stock of schools in the State, conducted by four Mount. Mils Lillian Cochran Is in Stanford Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stormes and experienced teachers, children conveyed Buggies and Wagons to se- visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. S. Fish. Mr. Joe Haselden reports pleasant to and from school at the expense Mrs. It. L. Elkin were Visitors In DanLet us make visits to Mr. OlUe Wallace, Jr., and the District: intelligent, cultured ml lect frotn. Miss Myrtle Hendrcn of Madison was ville Tuesday. his sister; Mrs Hell, who will be re hospitable people for neighbors, in two JTOU prices On them. a recent visitor of Miss llessle (Jul ley. MrsLula Johnson was a recent visitor Elveree Wallace. miles of Hich Uridge, where boating. Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons membered as Miss" W. Romans. Mrs. V. II. O'llannon of Stanford of her sister Olhe is one of the captalists of land other methods of entertainment! was a recent guest of Mrs. W.T. West. of Richmond. N, C, while Miss Elveree is are at hand. Five room residence, two Messrs W. A., Ed and N. B. Price pleasantly and happily Single Comb While Leghorn Eggs. situated in tenant houses, 3 acre tobacco barn, 150 Reverend J W Beagle is in Alexander, and G. D. Robinson were visitors in Florida. acres in grass. Farm is near the pro-- 1 Campbell county, engaged m an interestS. C. White Leghorn stock from Stanford, Monday. con- ing revival. A letter from Judge Matt Walton to posed million dollar dam to be Prize Winners at all shows. Eggs arwill . Dr. W. S. Elkin of Atlanta Ga., a Lancaster friend contains the infor- structed on Kentucky river, which for Bale $1.00 per 15 or $5.00 per 100. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Dunn and children rives Saturday to visit his relatives here furnish electric lightfor the entire coun mation that his sister, Mrs. lielle J. M. Mount. of Lexingt6n are visiting Mr. and Mrs. at his former home. who has been seriously ill at St. try. It can be divided irto three farms. J. D. Gulley. , The Muster Brown farm near Camp Mr and Mrs P. G. Haselden and sons Petersburg Florida, is now showing SINGLE COMB BROWNLEGHORN Mrs. Charles Ilallew has been in Cov- were in Nicholasville Sunday, with Mr such improvement that he hopes to Dick Robinson, 410 acres, fire goad EGGS from health! farm range, winter ington for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. G. and Mrs Powell Duncan. bams, all new, splendid residence, layers. Fifteen forCOcentsone hundrhave her brought to his home at Lexthirty foot concrete silo, concrete pools, ed A. McRoberU. for $3.00 CASH. Mrs Stephen Walker and little daugh ington in a short time. lots of hemp, corn, land tobacco land. Mrs, Luther Gibbs has returned from Erie C. Farra. ter, Georgetta of Hustonville are guests ban3o0 Robinson Brothers farm contains At the Chi Omega Fraternity a short visit to Mrs. George McRoberta of Mrs W. A. Dickerson. Lancaster, Ky. quet held recently at the Phoenix Hotel acres, one stock 'barn, two tobacco Box, 272. Covington. of Mrs. J. W. Sweeney and daughter, in Lexington, Miss Mary Clay Williams barns, seven room residence. Most uf Miss Katharine Harris of Stanford Mrs. R. 11. Army Mules Wanted. liatson and daughter were formerly of this place, distinguished this is sand stone land and any farmer is visiting her grandparents Judge and herself by the effective manner in in Garrard county knows this kind of visitors in Stanford Saturday, I want to buy some pack mules, 14 Mrs. K. W. Harris. which she made a clever and impress- land is the land that grows the highest John McHoberta and Miss Helen ive sueech, Mrs. Roy Rutherford, of price tobacco, as well as corn and to hands, and some artillery mules Mr. Wade. II. Walker was in Huston-vill- a Young will go to Danville Jomorrow Elizabethtown, serving as charming hemp. The evidences are on the farm 15 to 16 hands high, from 5 to 10 years for a meeting of the Synod of the night (Friday) for W. B. Burton, toastmistress, and leading the program to bear cut this statement. This farm old. Presbyterian church. Lancaster, Ky. Miss Nancy Hobb has returned to her with a catchy toast to "Caviar, the is located on the Kemper Lane near Mr. und Mrs. T. E. Cecil were in home in Nicholasville after a visit to Jester", to which Miss Williams res- Lexington pike. Stanford Monday with her parents Mr. Miss liettie Walker Ilurnside. ponded in u happy and most highly apThe Beazley farm, one and one half Wanted: Buggies, and Mrs. Thos, Oaks, proved style. Misses Patsy Kinnaird miles from Lancaster, on Lexington Mrs. Hetty Harbor has returned to Surries and Automobiles and Nancy Walker, of this city, were good brick residence, Reverend Abernathy of Georgetown her home in Richmond after a visit to also in attendance at this Founder's pike, 290 acres, College preached at the Ilaptist church tobacco barn, stock barn, in reach of to paint and repair. Bring her sister, Mrs. Sallie Hayburn. Day celebration, they being members the Lancaster Graded school. The soil Sunday morning und evening. them in now before the Mrs. J. W. Elmore is in Richmond this popular fraternity. is splendid, well watered and the farm Dr. Samuel Rose and wife of visiting her daughter, Mrs. Robert of miles on rush, we have expert workfronts one and one quarter Philadelphia are guests of Dr. Rose's Dunlap Blanton and Mr. Blanton. the Lexington pike, in easy reach of men. parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Ii. Rose. town and the entire front can be used Mrs. Frank II. Marksburv and Miss W. J. Romans. Mr. mid Mrs. Tom Logsdou and little as building sites, which I propose to Elsie Morrow spent several days in the daughter, Geneva, of Paint Lick, were cut in any size to suit purchaser. city of Louisville, this week, shopping. visitors of Mr. und Mrs. J. K. Seule, (By Wm. F. Miller.j I will exchange any of this property BANK STOCK FOR SALE. laat'week. Mesdames J. II. Kinnaird, J. Rock for Garrard county property at the same price I will sell for cash. If you well Smith and daughters and Mrs M. Mr. A. K. Walker, Woods Walker If not sold befur-;- , will sell next Mrs. Poole Terkins was a recent wish to exchange, come with yours and friend Mr. A. II. Huyler of New K. Kirby, motored to Danville, Satur County Court day, five shares of stock Phone No. 5. visitor at our school. priced as you would sell for cash. You in The Garrard Bank and Trust Co. York are bad: from u visit to Mr. day. Miss llrashears room will entertain, can get this land just as cheap by exHilly Wade of Versailles. W. L. Liwson. Mesdames Carrie Davidson and W. J. in the morning ut 8:15, you nre cordially change as by purchase if you desire to Mr. and Mrs. Bohon Campbell and Romans are at home nfter a visit to change your location. invited to attend. little daughter, of Stanford, were their sister, Mrs W. A. Carson In Stanper cL Now these are lour as good farms as 5 Several of .the boys are busily at guests on Sunday, of Mia. Campbell's ford. there are in the, county. If you have This will Years 5 5 mother, Mrs. Joanna, Hall. Mrs C. C. Fox of Danville is here at work, on a new tennis court. and many been a failure in life, stay at home. SAVES $25. TO $75. of Re v.. J. Rockwell Smith make two wo have now Mrs. George D. Robinson, Miss Nancy she If you are the kind who never dreads Loans made on real estate. If you PAINT YOUR CAR YOURSELF games are played during the day, any failures, I want to see you. These need cheaper money on long time, see Try OurMohair Top Dressing Sij Walker, Mrs. L. L. Walker and little und Mrs Smith, both having sutTered a Thousands of Mr, Coneer, visited the closing are live farms and want to see live me about it. relapse. needed. No experience son huvu been to Richmond to see their School men. CaJI on or write, G. B. Swinebroad, car owner have successfully repainted aunt Mrs. Cornie Clay who h ill. Mrs ithodes Shackelford and children exercises of the lluena Vista one known very Lancaster, Ky. Ifjj cam with the ARSENAL SYSTEM. and little Miss Elizabeth Hume, of Tuesday. Itro. Tinder, J. I. Hamilton, Lancaster Ky. Miss Ilettie Wuker Ilurnside enaccompanied him. All colors. Richmond, were recent guests of Mrs much by the school, tertained at a handsome dinner party Rev's A. C. Powell uiid S. H. Pollitt, on Thursday evening in compliment to John Shackelford. SWEET CLOVER. Enamel Your Own Lamps Wilh. Liquid visited our School Tuesday morning, her recent guest Miss Nancy Hobb of Mr. J. A. Anion and son, Will Rice, Ilro. Pollitt introduced Mr. Powell to Gun Metal. & The great new fertilizer and Nicholasville. are'in Cincinnati this week, Mrs Anion the school, who inturn delivered an ad. equal to alfalfa in hay end Lustre undimmed by heat, stays on. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk Jr., and having gone to consult a specialist in dret-all who heurd him, will s that pasture. Write for price list of seed bright little son, who have been at the regard to her ees. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. prosper by his statement. und "Free Circular" telling how to home of Air. G. M. Patterson, have Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden grow it, The Ilase Hat! Diamond wus on last moved to the residence of Dr. Hood on and children, and Misses Mary, Carrie JOHN A. SHEEHAN. Monday given the work, that u llall ' Danville Avenue, Bnd Ann Rcid, motored to Lexington It, D. 3, Falmouth, Ky. Diamond in the "big leagues" hardly in i. und spent the afternoon very supper win uu given ai the Sunday lM AT OUR get. The Diamond was scraped and the pleasantly. rolled, the out field work over und now CHrtersvilte roati on Thursday night. "Runaway June," is shown Miss Francies Fleetweed who has the entire Hull grounds are us tmoolh If! the people oi that section being beeen recuperating here at the home as the concrete pavement. at Roman's Opera House each Monday cordially invited to attend, as the pro of her sister, Mrs. Theodore Currv, Night-- See it. Last Friday morning the following, ceeds will be used for repairing the left the past week to visit her brother ones visited our school, and heurd Miss in OF THE at Tulsu, Oklahoma. Tinders room exercises. Several sbngs Mrs. Sallie McCormack and daughter Rev. J. Rockwell Smith who has by the entire room, speeches, piano Mrs, W. 0. Uoodloe, are making their Good Work and been quite sick is convalescent though solos, violin sobs, and a little play arrangements to leave shortly for he was not able to preach at his coun Riding Hood" pleased the school "Red Prompt Service by WHEN MOTORING Ilendersonville, N, C. where they will try church at Mt Hebron on Sunday, and following visitors: Mrs. Nellie visit Mr, Joe McCormack und family, but was at Sunday school Sunday mori Arnold, Mrs. George Robinson, Mr. Expert Mechanics. both mother und daughter needing a Ing and heard his class. TO DANVILLE Ogg, Mrs. Sam Haselden, Mrs. O'llan-- , changobecause of ill health. Complete line of Tires. Miss Kathleen Walter entertained at non, of Stanford. Mrs. W. T. West, i.. Stop at i..t...... ... Everything In Automobile will tell you that It 'A Chafimr Dish Partv" on Friday Mrs. J. W. Uesgle, Mrs. Cuneer. Mrs, rrtvnua niiui iciftuvva Bur'll9eu Air Accessories. Willie rratiier oi nicurtary, Sunday evening in honor of Miss Nancy Hobb Jess Sweeney, Mrs, Tinder. Mrs, Jessin as u is just as essential to nave the 11th on his 30th birthday. An ot Nicholasville Mrs. John M. rarra Dunn, Mrs. Jasper Cox, Mrs. Ware, SfiOP-PERFEC- T elegant dinner wus served and all went complimented Miss Robb Saturday Rjv. Pollitt. Frestollte Service. is to have good things to cook with In prehome feeling that they had enioyed tha afternoon bv a Matinee Party at the day Immensely und hopo that he might Rex Theater. and refresh ycurself at our paring a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of Olive Oil Flosh Builder njoy many other such birthdays, MITCHELL & One of the best known und most reliable At a recent recital at Stetson UnivSoda Parlor. (tissue builders. good, coal at a fair price. The Chautauqua Circle met with ersity, Deland Fla, Allen Johnson scorMiss Ezell at the home of Mrs, Alex ed a success in rendering several solo's, SHACKELFORD. Walker. The subject of the book these his yolce being highly compMmented by critics. MIsi Florence students have just begun la "if our Second Street. Phone 121. ,Is both a tlesh builder and nerve took. lucorporttrd Child Toay and Tomorrow," by Mr.1 Johnson I also deserving o.f mention Vkasact to take. Kosy to digest. Kentucky. Danville, Danville, Ky. Greenberg; their lesson Tuesday after for her excellent record as a Stetson R. E. McRoWs noon was "The Problem of Punishment" student. John Deere Corn Planters! Gossip About People vv JOHN DEERE AND STANDARD DISC HARROWS. high-noo- BetterFew ll J. R. Mount, Sori & Co, , n, J. I CLEANING I ' Ilur-d:tt- e, IS AT HAND. Everything in Carpets, Mattings, Druggets, Furniture. the Automobile. 200 We give free coupons for SCHOOL NOTES. Harry Anderson Vmmhni mmmmmmmmmmw1 ' 1- -2 perct-Money- -5 1- -2 bed-sid- e land-build- g ' 0m ... STOP GARAGE When Danville THE QUEEN f Kitchen uuuu ioai I Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g Co mxcwL Emusion music-lovin- g Shop - SPorbct aaWBHaavmaVMBM J-The Central Record, Thursday April 5 1 Page 7 COMBINED STALLION. I& 1 5. .- ' SQUIRREL $10.00 To Insure PEAYINE a Living Colt. When yon feci out of sorts from pation, .', us say that if do not relieve you, act, a physician, bccaiiMj no other home remedy wiU, Bold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. MeRobarta Our Advice Is: Stop! thousands nntl we can. .-1 . Look! Listen! m Squirrel Penvihe is the best bred horse In Kentucky. His breed Penvlne, Dcr.mnrk, Stone Wnll, Block Dave, cross of Outline and Old Pat Denmark. He will make the season of 1015 at my burn one mile South of Buckeye on the buckeye and Lancaster pike at solid black, 10 They nre shipping horses nntl mules out of our country by the Is seems to me the best time in the world tn raise all Squirrel Penvinc It a hands high and has as much style as Old Rex Pcavine and can do just as much if handled a little. On April 17th at 2 o'clock p. m., on He has never been handled as a show horse but has won a good many the premises we will oiler at Public ties. I will also stand a three year old Perchcon horse at $8.00 to in- Salo at Paint Lick, Kv.. a parcel of land on which la located a coal and sure a living colt. black Jack, over 15 hands, extra heavy body nnd larRe It has on it a good A Also at the same time and place will itaml THHF.B GOOD JACKS at lumber yard. stable, coal shed, house for dressed bono nntl has proven to be an cxcsllent breeder. The .first mule that $8.00 for hortet mule and $1U. for mare mule. Is an established business ho sired, sold for $90 UO cash, at weaning time. Any Jack that will Lien retained on all colts for season fee. Care taken to prevent acci- lumber etc. In giro n mule that sold for 90.00, st fall, deserves the patronode ol dents, but not responsible should any occur. Phone 338-Coal, Lumber, Lirae, Sand, Cement, Brick, the county. ni has a private switch idjoiflf. PUBLIC SALE Old Black Joe, Young Napo and Silver Silk will make the season 1915 at Ben Ham's barn, Hyattsvllle, Ky. OLD BLACK JOE ld T. O. HIL.lL,, Buckeye, Ky. Thia la an opening for a live man to do a big business. YOUNG d, NAPO High Preston 6846. PEAVINE FARM Home of Champion Sire ... o.iiin ir. hands, atar. left hind ankle white, fine style and action. He ... ioik at mv fathers barn near Hackley. Kentucky, at .v. me mane .u- - bcbsuu j will 922 HIGH PRESTON, 6846; sired by Carroll Preston, 4383; he by Preaton by Washington 64; by Cronwell 73; by Washington Denmark. Carroll Preston's n.i... Pn rniq. hv Enoch Arden: 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont rA Hm nauchter of Garrard Chief 2263; 4th dam Gray Eagle inrsH PRESTON M4G: 1st dam was Queen Eaale, 11920; ahe by King Eagle 2556. he by Royal Iting 2555, he by Ontime 745. he by Stonewnll Jackson by the noted aire Cabbells 72. Royal King's 1st dam Mol.'ie Mountz. 2581. was F. S. King Eagle's 1st dam Hip 3579. she by Eagle Bird 1014, he Lexington. 751 9nil Hum Red Lion. 3rd dam Harris Denmark 45, 4th i... m.i vi-- .. SI 2.50 To Insure a Living Colt. ALL PEAVINE 4092 Rex Peavine 1790 Lucy Wells (&uM, by Peuvine 95 Best Bred and Best Breeding Sons ot Famous Sire. ...j The tract contains about 31 acres with site for houte and splendid bottom for large garden and corn patch. Al the same time I will sell a 10 horse power boiler and engine and some stacks of lumber. This sale Is to close out our partner ship owing to Mr. Rucker's ill health. Terms liberal and will be made known on day ot sale. BUHNAM & HUCKEIt. Long Tom Chenault, Auctioneer. cominii three that bids fair to make a splendid Jack. He is by Napoleon 3rd., the largest Jack that I have ever seen and out of a John Morgan Jennet. He will be permitted to serve n limited number of mares. This is a SILVER SILK A 54 inch pony, beautifully marked with white and bluck, nnd large enough to be useful not the play thing size. He is a grand son of Dock Grey nnd nut of an excellent pony mnre. incy win enen stand at ASSIGNEE OF Owens, SALE $8.00 to Insure A Living Colt. S. H. ALDRIDCE, LANCASTER. KY uy .1. viu nitih PHRSTON fiSifi: 2nd dam Lady Bird, she by Eagle Bird 1014, 3rd dam Mollie Drennon she by Old Drennon. 4th dam Copper Bottom and Jruns back to old" Davy Crockett Also at the same time and place will stand my fine Jack, l,. Ilm t'.i f. tiiisil LAND. PlaintilT. A Lien retained on nil col's until season is paid and the season is due from the man who bred marc if parted without our consent. Very pareful, but not responsible for accidents. Henry Moore, Assignee of Edd VS. Defendants Edd Owens and Others Pursuant to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered in the above styled case at its March Term 191S the unueraigneu Assignee win on MONDAY APRIL 26, 1915 before the Court House Door in Lancaster, between the hours of 11 and 12 o'clock A. M.. this being County Court Day sell at nublic outcry to the highest and best bidder the following real it This property la located n Garrard County Kentucky on the watera of Sugar Creek and bounded as folllowa: Uemnn ntr at a atone on east bank of Sugar Creek and on the west aide of the road thence S 73 E at 6 chaina passing a certain line Sycamore tree on the aide of a hill in all 92 chains to a nost at end of wire fence thence with said wire fence S 67J E 1.20 poles thence S 654 E 96 chaina thence S 74 b 4.41 chaina to a coat in a hollow thence down Ihe hollow with a fence N 5 E 3 9,5 chaina to a double black walnut E. B JAM. HYATTSVILLE, C. At MORGAN. 4665 Horse Colt $7.00 lo Insure a Living and $8.00 For Mare Colt. C. Morgan is a black Jack, with white points, 15 hands high, coming seven veara old and has proven himslf a good breeder. C. Morgan by John Morgan. was sired by John Morgan, he by and is out ot an Imported Jen net. John Morgan, Jr., out of Jennet by Joe Blackbum. he by 3rd Prince, he by 2nd Prince, he by Imp Prince, lat dam Daisy by Dixie, she by Irvln 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 but not responsible should any occur. Money due when colt Is foaled or mare parted with or bred to other stock without permission. ' Jr., 3705, la 6827. 1 I Auto Be King. Winner of yearling Futurity. Lexington, Ky.. Blue Grass Fair 1912. Also Fine Horse Trophy, same Fair 1912.' Champion yearling, 1912. Champion Beginning show 1914. career ML Sterling. Ky., ahowing thru Kentucky and Tennessee State Fairs without defeat. three-year-ol- Duke Of Denmark, Jr Thia richly bred Saddle Stallion will make the aearon of 1915 at my stable on the Buckeye pike, about 2 miles from I.anraster, Ky., at the low price of $8.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. TituiOa.... Klimax. 2. . Winner yearling Futurity Fair, 1913. Winner Blue Grass Fair, 1913. Blue Grass Division Futurity. PEDIGREE Duke of Denmark. Jr., by Duke of Garrard, he by the old Duke of,Denmark. First dam of Duke of Garrard, the Houae mare, ahe aired by old Black Squirrel. First dam of Duke of Denmark, Jr., Anne Bell by Wal-lac- e Denmark, and out of Lady Morgan, by old Stonewall Jackson. The Duke ia a beautiful rich red bay stallion, 10 years old and haa proven , See him beto be a sure foal producer and a line breeder of combined horaes. fore youlbreed. Lein retained on all colts for season money. cidents but not responsible ahould any occur. Care taken to prevent ac- Blue;Blood. Winner Yearling Stakes Kentucky State Fair, 1913 and consistent winner in wet this season. form 1914 of Winner in several First prizes and stakes for Sir. James Greene, Louisville, Ky. three-year-o- J. F. FOLEY, Hackley, Ky. Glengary . GOLDEN EMERALD N Golden King iMi Powell Peavine... Champion colt 1914 Kentucky Fair, winning three first prizes. ing stakes. State Includ- American Saddle Horse Breeders Association. Rich Sorrel Stallion, Foaled 1911 (KInt JIM .... -f Harrison Chief Clark Chief (Hi) ( CO CO 'I Belle J Red Claud 2197 . J.UI. OOJQ Dan. of Yellow Jacket 111 '. ) I I P.r.ou'. Abd.ll.h a w a hi Emerald Queen Iudiltl QuroQ2W3 Daughter. Bourbon Chief ; Kate O'JIaran 3777. j I I I I I ( I ( Indian Chief Utile Idov Wllkei I lilt All Peavine is no longer an experiment; as breeders 1914 proved his worth and superiority, when he had this champion colt and three old stallions, Kentucky State Fair breed almost exactly like the peerless Edna Mae. If Peavine blood is what you want, you can get it intensified in All Peavine. FEE $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVE FOAL. Daley s ttut c u q a U IQureuotBathlvll rKlDKtiiyl. I Belle Beauty M Ltd rraiher HartlivB Chief Belle Dau. of Burn,. lf.rrI.on ChJef 10 Grass at 10 cents per day. Grain at cosL McKinney, ky.. and Stanford, Ky. My personal mares. All care taken to prevent accidents but should any occur. Will meet marea at Stanford Lancaster. Shipping points, attention given not responsible that come from R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Ky. IC0C 1 Klttj Gray Ancltnt Gateways. cities wtre walled about for purposes of defense against an enemy, moat of the masters of the Golden Emerald was purchased by us from J. Gano Johnson, of Mt Sterpeople being marauders and brigands, ling, Ky., who has bred aa many high price horses as any man in Kentucky. gates, by which Is New there were real His aire Golden King was gold a few months back to a syndicate of meant tremendous doora of solid oak York men for $10,000.00. built within atone walla which were Golden Emerald atands 16 hands high, is a rich sorrel, stripe in face, two 'ndestructlble by any weapons of those hind feet white to ankles, will weight 1200 pounds. times. The ancient gates were built In the walla ot cltlea at those points Golden Emerald will make the season of 1915 at the home of W. S. where the chief highways centered three miles South East of Lancaster, at and on which an enemy would surely Living Colt. To Insure a try to make hla attack. A lien retained on colt for service fee. Money due when' mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible ahould any Kentucky Chief Yt ll.on'e Denmark ' cnains wence n to a post corner to land, thence with hia line, Joe Pierce with a fence. N 68 W 5.10 chaina to stone on top of hill thence N 6?i W 3.76 chains thence N 701 W 1.30 chains thenee N 61 W 3.76 chains to a stone at fork of hill and on the'eaat aide of road, and Creek, thence along the road at foot of hills 57 W 1.62 chains thence S 381 W 6.82 chains thence E 251 W 3.63 chains to the beginning containing lb. 3( acres. The object of said sale is to settle iin said assigned estate. Said sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months bearing 6 per cent Interent from date of sale until DIM, Said purchaaer will be required to give bond wtin approved security, nen iv talned on the land to secure said pay menta. Said bonds to have the force and effect of a iudement upon which execution may issue If same is not paid at maturity. HENRY MOORE. Aaaignee Edd Owens H. Tomlinson. Attv far Plaintiff. thence ri It 151 W 2.65 chaina CLARENCE BEAZLEY. BLEtJCHER Record 46158. 22i. Trial 3:14. Half Brother to I.ula Watta(2) 227. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15 hands, foaled 190t. Standard Registered Vol 18. ( Alerono at, J:D ; Nlreolbi, iLtn.otM, lite H.rch-- f Nooad.r Xrllhlllilit Illbl hj hi airanrs. 8ll.il Drovl lT I Ik Wllki tin Ureal Hroo.1 Mar. H.rryCt.MV. tn.'i. V.llMllW.S.tM. HIi. ot Hilly Wk 11U1.. Sire o( I. dam, ol h. Hh.wb.7 JJ':', Ma.aow J.nnr rl.y NwwiwmI H.ll Hrook llrr.l twit win X.rrln. Brook 1ji4. ll.llr.ro.ik Bf .Tolwoo.l IsrT'j. Ii'lj 1 Haron Wllkeafia, 1:10, etc. t:l. Pir.ni ,a ih.iiv.ik. Hli. ol Rr.n4. Yok. lomn Klh.l. Mjr Riraininare w. 1VIX. t'.rnn 1ro ol Uli Willi It) i.. lire Rrlle Ml tMi, Pan SI Run p. tjl'.. D.m l:fH. III tmi i;: nintter a hall Hlltrr HHk ivl'i ttt.it. Motiile 111 H.f TTIIkn .Nut-ol odi II. l N. IH2W.. He. mtM.lMK .! tlilrr In efl.l Hrook (Hell, CI. rllf.ofC.r! WllkeitTtS 11.11 Klalrr to Kllrnl J.nnr Clay Kronk 1 ItKlitl. Cl.j Br ll.r. I I. r u. HU3TH.. nt IJIIjr Clar !am i( 8ll.nl HriHik 1:I"U. RMI.rl.j i d.n (lark Nlsht air. ol K ti,. tM. 34. o u 3 Ji. s. 3.. GOLDEN EMERALD 6827 , In days when FARM FOR SALE. Farm containing 96 acres, three miles north of Lancaster on the Lexington pike, well improved with good stock barn and all necessary out buildings, with never failing springs and splendid young orchard in full bearing. The residence contains ten rooms, with bath and other modern conveniences. Thia haa been mostly in grass for the past 14 years and is' nom ready to grow Sixty-fiv- e hemp or tobacco. acres in bluegrass, the balance in clover and meadow. The desirable location, fer tility of the soil, makes this a moat desirable home. For further parties lars, apply to Alex West. Lancaster Kv .ll'inlllS 3i. Em-br- $15.00 occur. EMBRY KENTUCKY No. & YANTIS.. Lancaster, Ky. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects good taste and GENTLEMAN: 5167 A. S. H. R, is a handsome chestnut with beautiful mane and tail; Is 15.3 hands and will weigh about 1,150 pounda; has the very best ol leel anu legs; goou nut uune, broad sloping ahoulders; hort. atout back and a horse of the most wonderful endurance. He la an impressive horse, standing still and is more so in motion; sets hlnselfjuit right, never touches himself any where and ha" exceptional speed at the rack and trot. He was ony of the most successful horses shown last year. He was shown at three fairs and won the combined stallion class at tch place. Kentucky Gentleman has the qualitlea that are necessary to the producsize, style, speed, action, and endurance, and tion of a perfect horse-col- or, ideal breeding. He is aired by Chester Peavine 3184, by Rex Peavine 1790. by Rex McDonald 833. Dam, Flora Carter 8419, by Red Squirrel 63, by Black Squirrel 68, by Black Eagle 74, by King William 67. at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices TH2 Central Record. , In offering the services of this grand young horse to the public, I feel , that I am giving them their money's worth. Give him the lame clasa of mares aaaaa. and 1 do not believe there is a horse in the State that will beat him producing! s rWi nreedlntf to Kentucky I Gentleman ia no longer an experiment. Bting him a good mare and he will get you an extra good colt. Do not take your marea thirty or forty miles U breed when you have just as good a hotss right at home and for less than half the money. Kentucky Gentleman will make the seaion at my home, one mile from Money due Stanford, on the Danville pike at $20.00 to insure a living colt. when colt Is foaled. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. J. NEVIN CARTER, Stanford, Ky, The undersigned hereby give warn Ing to all persona not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful law. Hunters and. lest extent of t Fishermen especially take notice. R.L. Elkln Ed & Nil Price Mra. Rebecca J. West. W. R. Cook. James G. Conn, H. 0. Arnold. J. C. Morgan, We will add other names for 25ctnta cash. II A aw mm I m p ffe Silent Brook 19709. 2:14. aire of Hilly Burk 2KU. Meadow Hrook Emma Brook Lady my Shawbav 2:071. Zarrine 2:071. Hetty Brook Kellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:10 Silent Brigade (2) 2:10. Margaret Bathgate stsble at Marksbury, Ky., at dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:071. etc. Hia dam. Jenny (4) 2:111, a Living Colt Clay, also etc. Sired to produced Reddle Gay 22S1, and was grandam of Prue 221,. Moko24t5T. aire of Fereno 2Si (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Brenda Garrard I'eavi.ve. GM0. Is a fine in (Futurity winner) (5) 2 011. Native Belle (2) 2K7J (Futurity dividual, good atyle and action. Sired Yorke (3) filly. ) Manrieo (3) 2:07 (Futurity win-ner- .) by Rex Pearine 1796, grand sire. Rex winner.) (3) 2Mi (chrmpion 1st dam Gordo Lady Silver Silk (4) 2KW. Susie N. (3) 2:03 (Futurity winner,) Gomoko 2:10, , McDonald 83 6330, ahe by Cerro Gordo 1022. h by Mobel2:10, Mbdtester 2:10. Momaster 2:11, Slliko )3) LIU (Futurity winner) (champion trotting stallion.) Vito (4) Black Squirrel 58. etc. Sired dama of Tho Harvester 2:09, Martha Tipton (4) 2.09. O'Neil (3) 2:131. etc. Brother to Bumpa Baton V. 2:10. etc. Bleucher 46158, record 229, trial mile 2:111, naif in 1C. last quarter In and will weigh 1100 pounds. He will also at the aame time and place 32 aeeunda. Ia a handsome seal brown horse, 3 ' greatly resembles his good aire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the great make the season oi iaii ar. Moko. a Living Colt Futurity aire demand marked the exhaustion of foreign supply and we may ex'1 Foreign Trv Vine bv Itex Peavine 179C. lat pect the call for our homes to continue long after the war U over. Our advice dam Guilty 9950, 2nd dam lllue Streak to mare owners is to breed their mures and to breed them to stallions of merit Livery Outfit, Including Horses, 4863, by Curtis Peavine. by reavlne BS. and proven worth aa aires. Bleucher is just the type to produce the colta Of fine that Vehicles, Etc These are Doth combined horses and will supply the demand. Hla colts have proven fine, with nice head and neck, the best In the country, being of tho and plenty of bone and conformation. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1915 at my stable) in On county court day, In Danville same breeding as the famous show 1 Kdna Mae. iiazei uawn. jbck Lancaster. Kentucky, at April 19, 191G, promptly at 10 o'clock. Etc. I will sell entire livery outnit, in Rti-aTO INSURE A 'LIVING COLT. eluding all vehicles, horses and livery I will also at the same time and place equipment of every kind, all to be atand my big Jack. aold separately and not aa a whole. Having a contract to buy war JOHN MORGAN, JR., 3705 mules, I And it impossible to continue nt sin.OO to insure a living colt. John my livery business. I will also atand this beautiful Shetwas sired by John Morgan This is to be an absolute sale, and Morgan, Jr., he by Marmaduke and out oranimport land Stallion for the seaion of 1916 at will be conducted without reserve or He haa proven to be a d Jennet. by bid. ereat mule Jack, is 15t hands high, my stable in Lancaster, Ky., at I). O. FOX. Danville, Ky. This good bone and a fine Individual. Capt. T. D. English, Auctioneer. $10.00 To IvsreA Liriug Colt. Jack was bred and raised by Thos. Hill Will make th season of 1915 GARRARD PEAVINE at 1 VIC 29. $15. Insure TRY VINE PUBLIC SALE! $ 5. to Insure hnri. $20.00 Barlowe of Buckeye. hi? tvna POLAND CHINA I am prepared to take care of mares BOAR that I will stand for S1.00 caah on grass at lOctt per day. Lien reManufacturer and Dealer in or $1.50 when booked. all colta service T.len retained High-Cla- ss Monuments. fee. Care takenonto preventforaccidents tained on colts for service fee. any occur. Money due when mare Is traded or parted with. Original Designs and Prompt Ser but not responsible should Money due when colt la foaled or mare ConQuality. vice. Guaranteed accidents but not responsible should any'occur. Darted w th or brd to otner stocK nections at all Granite and Marble without permission. Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays HARRY JACOBS th.. Cars taken to prevent Telephone 164. NARK GOINS. - W. B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. Stanford, Kentucky. Markdbury, Kentucky Phone 95. The Central Record, Thursday April 15 1915. STANFORD STOMACH MISERY II Page 6 A jj ii ;j Think olli.Mr.Parmer.hera'earemedr for bo cholera that I, uM under a ' Xeaal Onatantae Band.' How can tots afford to take chances again,! bet , wti.n flt lhl remedr on auch ttrmif iCASTORIA For Infanta land Children. Mrs. Eliza Coffey Is the uueat of her n'ece at Grand llapids Mich. Miss Jeanette Eldrldjre of 1'alnt Lick wiia the guest of Miss Hello Denny last week. Mrs. H. Klrby Iloume, of New Csstlo, is here visiting relatives and Will Qaicklr and Safely Rid Yoo Of Indigestion. Don't Regard the Fly Lightly; His Legally GUARANTEED CURE for Hog Cholera Hog Cholera Remedy aasaaaaaaaaniaaaBaBi friends. The Kind You Have 6- Dr. J. T. Ilohon of Kldd'a Store, was here last week mingling with his host ANcgeallflVjHrtiflnfrjL,. slmlfcillnSiteroafMlRfSUa ling fte S tomdu oadlkAni alcohol i piTTrrrSS Always Bought of friends. Miss Idn Judd was In Crab Orchard Saturday and Sunday with friends and i Bears the Signature of relatives. Miss Lillian Cochran, of Lancaster, has been the guest of her aunt Mrs. V. S. Fish. Miss Nancy Hunn is able to be out after leveaal days illness due to a severe cold. Miss Aine Ashlock has ben confined to her room for several days with a upiunuiarphlne Not NAnc otic. JUtmm nornacnL jhrftifou&siMzznnRn In leVejajaai JTewei ArtmVrl Rrmrdv Tar Cm t Ion . Sour StowdLDUnWa Worms IU3S and LOSS OFSUEP. teSaalt sijniwt of IK Twa Use For Over tis. Cent alh Compakt; NEW YUHK. Thirty Years Guaranteed undrrthet Exact Copy of Wrspptr. CASTORIA nrvn ihnm, Ntw en.. SEED CORN In order to get good results, vou should use one of the fol lowing Planters: H00S1ER or KENTUCKY, JANESVILLE J. severe'cold.. J, T. Demon and Ira Denton, of Lexington, havo been the guests .of Mrs. W. S. Pish. Miss Katherine Anderson, who has been quite ill for some time, is thought to be improving. Miss Mildred iieazley, of Lancaster guest of her aunt, was the week-enMrs. Will Havs. Mrs. J. It. Harris has been III for several days again, her many friends will be sorry to learn. Miss Mae Phelps of Itichmond, who has been the f,utt of Mrs. It. C. Hoc- ker has returned home. Miss Minnie Woods spent several days last week with Mrs. It. G. Ilamp ton at Lebanon Junction. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Iieazley of I.an caster, were here Monday the guests of his sister. Mrs. Will Hoys. Mrs. W. S. Elkin of Atlanta was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Charlotte Warren several days last week, C. L. Carter, of Greensboro, N. C, is here on business and is the guest of his brother. Police II. D. Carter. Mrs. Andy Dillion and baby of Crab Orchard, were here last week the guesst of her sister, Mrs. Ed Wilkinson, Miss Mary Ilalley and Jamex Uailey with their father. 8ent the week-enJ. C. Ilailey and other relatives here. Mrs. I.. E. Carpenter and son Jack, of Philadelphia are the guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee. Mrs. W. K. Shugars has returned after spending several daya at McKin ney with her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Tan. ner. Mrs. W. J. Romans and Mrs. Carrie Davidson, of Lancaster, have been visiting their sister, Mrs. W. A. Car d d When your stomach is out of order your food lies like n lump of lead fer menting and surely causing that feeling of fulness, sour taste in the mouth, coated tongue, biliousness, aid many other warning signs of indigestion. which Is often a dangerous ailment. It Is needless for you to suffer, for any druggist can supply you with na, a harmless and efficient remedy for all bad stomachs. These small tablets give almost immediate and joyful rc lief, while a few days treatment strengthens nnd stimulates the diges tlve system. The How of gastric juices Increased, when your food Is prop erly digested; sour nnd gassy stomach, sick headaches, restless nights and other distressing symptoms quickly vanish. If Buffering any stomach distress do give you quick not wait let and lasting relief, H. E. McKoberts sells it with guarantee of money back If you are not satisfied. Ml-oa ;j Touch Is Death YOU homa. BOWbon It the onlr remedr ever pot P that I, guaranteed toenre and prerant known remear. It hotr cholera. It dnea the work belter than anr other guarantee, At AH It did not. It wnnld not be told on inch a itronf DmtfJKta. Wrlla for Ira booklet ttlllnt how to (are yonr boss. nouanoN wkmkiy cumfant. i.tinatn. K. Sold by J. R. Moonl, Son & Co. hav petantlal rboring In haa mu COY C. S. Sanders of Lancaster wb in Coy on business last week. Itev. Hall will fill his regular ap-pointmant at Scotts Fork Sunday April lHth. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian were the guest of Mrs. John It ay and family roureelf, your family, In fact, and tha visitors who coma to an assaisln nearly as successful as a poisoner as Lucrezia Borgia was, and ha'a thtre today, Evan while you raad that Unas ha may ba at work. Glance up from tha paga to whert your baby crawls In tha sun- hlne or slumbers In his crib. Is thara buczfng fly upon hla chubby chaak hovering abova his ruddy parted ipa ? Destroy It and Iota not a mo ment In tha doing, says Or. Herbert D. Peaae In Good Housekeeping. During countless ages tha fly haa baan tolerated, smiled at, brushed away gently or slapped at violently, accord ing to tha tamper of his victim. Ha has baan sung In jinglaa by minor poets who might have baan batter em ployed, acclaimed as a comedian for tha amueement of Infants, used as vehicle for tha paragraphed ahafts of wit, even eulogized by ptaudo-sctsn-tisas a benefactor of the human race without which we war doomed to ex tinction. And all during tha years ha has baan industriously at work killing ua right and left. aateMaa-eaa--aHhaaJ- b,,n exposing chlldran, your antlra You your have I ONE MILLION PEOPLE s 1 IN THE I I m Sunday Schoolsgf Kentucky APRIL I .0 i l:l II I 1 u hi 23, 1915. There Is n Sunday School near yon, It is the best place In the world to spend an hour. But don't take our word for it. Try it for yourself. KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. Sunday. Johnson Speaks and family were visitors of Mrs. Nannie Mr. and Mrs. Moberley Sunday. I. CASE. We have them with open wheels and check rowers at attractive prices. ENCAGE YOUR TWINE FROM US NOW 5ecler, PHONE 27. Cgze Mallard ORGAHIZKO 1SS3. 8c Scott, BRYANTSVILLE, Kv Citizens National Bank Of LANCASTER KY. Capital $50,000. II. V. HUDSON. Surplus $45,000. Z. President. J. WAl.KEU, Vice I'rest. r. JOB J. WALKER, JR., W. O. l'.IONKY, Ass't Cash'r. W. K. CHAMP. CashieV. I oy If you are prepared that accompanies' that Nothing else can quite equal the heart-glofeeling of prepardness. If you are not ri deKsltor here, star,t an account One dollar turns the trick. Vou How Much Better having bank Feel account. again emergency W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Olllce Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Oirector and Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made Ids name, famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots. Herbs, Barks and Barries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Days' Trestrotnl, HerU-- U Dakota Jack's Cowbor Liniment Creme Soap, Mco 10c. Jbars Dakota Jack's Purser's Indian 1 1 .00 25a 2Se ,OL ON SALT AT DAKOTA JACK Northwttlern Cobor omaiNATOft PURSLIY'S INDIAN HUBS The C. C & J. L Stwnws aad R. E. McRoctrti. or Misses Jessie II. and Alice Hay were the attractive visitors of Mr. ard Mrs. Elijah McMillian last week. Mrs. Porter Wearen and children were the guest of her father Mr, William Kay of Hyattsville last week, Mrs. Cora Sander?, and Mra. Beatrico Johnsomof Lancaster were the pleasant guests of Mrs. Mary A. Sanders Mon day. Sunday School began at Scotts Fork April 4. Let every one ccme out. We ore planing to have the best school in the county. Mrs. Mary Sanders and daughter I'eachie Mae were the guest of her sister Mrs. John Roberts of Jessamine last Thursday. A little daughter arrived at the home of'Mfy and Mrs. Colman Locker on April 6th. The little girl has been named, Margart Ruby. Mr. and Mrs. Odus Roberts and beautiful little daughter Geneva 1), were visitors of Mrs. Mary A. Sanders last Thursday night and Friday, Messrs Harry, Eugene and Edison on. Folger of Marcellus were the guest eight-yea- r Little Hubert Fish, the Mrs, Nannie their old son of Mr. and Mis. W. S. Eish has Moberly the latter part of last week been quite III for several daya with Mrs. George Sewell died at her home pneumonia. in Jessamine Co., last Thursday night County Attorney W. S. Ilurcb is still She had been a sufferer of dropsy for II several weeks. confined to his room with illness. She was bur.ed is greatly missed by his host of friends Madison Co. She leaves a husband, from his otlicc. two children and a number of friends James Cooper left last week for to mourn her death. Litchfield, III., for a visit to his brother A Care for Sour Stomach. He will be gone Edward Cooper. several weeks. Mrs. Wra. M. Thompson, of Rattle Miss Elizabeth Matheny, who Is tak-- . Creek, Mich., writes: "I have been ing a normal course at Howling Green, troubled with indigestion.Wir stomach spent several days here last week with and bad breath. After taking two bot relatives returning Monday. tles of Chamberlain'sTablets I am well. J. i3. Klce bought last woek a hand- These tablets are , splendid none bet' lm some six cylinder lluick ear of W. W. ter." For sale by all dealers. Have, who is representative here for Conn & Mahaii, of Danville. ThU is the best car in this city. J. C. Lynn and J. T. Embry, of Krunkford spent Sunday arid Monday Mr. Lynn was here with homefolks. in Lancaster a short time Monday to Plaintiff, George T. Uallard. see Ids sister, Mrs. J. M. Mount. VS. Mr. Alex Denny and daughter, Mrs. T. Hansford Green, et al, Defendants Mattie Duncan, of Lancaster, were Pursuant tc a judgment rendered week the guests of Mr. J. S. here last the March Term 11)13. the undersigned Kelly Commissioner will sell at public auction Docker and daughter, Mra. J. Francis, who is visiting bero from before the Court House door in Lar. caster, Kentucky, at 11 o clock A. M Middlesbora. or thereubouts on Mrs. Carroll Shanks entertained at MONDAY. APRIL 20th, 1915 n elegivnt five, course dinner at nn Mrs. Lou it being the lirat day of the Garrard Friday in honor of County Court Term the following real Shanks and Mrs. II. Klrby Itournc. of estate which is bounded and described New Castle. The house was artistically us follows, In Garrard county Ky, on the waters arranged and lurgu vases of jonquils Linn were used in auituble places. The din- of Scott's Fork at the mouth onbrunch Cune branch, thence up suid ing table was bare save the doilies and with the middle of same N 15 W 11 a large Cluny centerpiece, upon which chains N IS E 4 chains, N CJ W 2.25 was n large vaae of jonquils. The colon chains, N 20i E 5.04 chains to a point yellow and while were very beautifully in the middle of said branch, corner to leaving lot no. 2, James carried out. the brunch and said Clouso S 071 E The Hudson murder case that was 21.25 chalm. to a point on Teater's e brunch, corner to suid tried here last week in a special term down chains said branch S 13 N of circuit court, created a great deal of S 48 W 4.90 chains to the 7.75 middle of exciU'ment in this and Pulasklcountiea. Scott's e down same N 60 It will be remembered that several W 2.8 chains N 59 W 9.65 chains to months ao that Yates W. llurton went the beginning, containing 38 acres. Henry This is the same land that was conveyed to the home of his T, Hansford Qreen by T. Rainey where he to deed dated April 27th, J. Hudson, near Huatonvlllu, 1903 and now by was killed by Hudson, Mr. llurton's recorded in the darrard county clerk's home was In Pulaski county. The trou office in Deed Hook No, 19 page 437 The purpose of. this sale Is to satisfy ble arose over some property that they the debt of $375. with interest at U per had in partnership. There was only one cent from January first 1908 until paid, eye witness to the murder, except subject to a credit of $30. paid March Hudson's wife, and that was drover 1st 1910, and $20. paid January 27th Ard, a nephew of llurtcn. Them were 1912, and the estimated cost of this action, amounting to about $90., said about one hundred character witnesses. judgment having been assigned by The trial lasted four days. The case George T. llallard to J. T. Rainey. thia was given to the jury at 2:40 Friday sale is now made for the benefit of afternoon and at 4:45 they returned tha the said Rainey, TERMS. verdict finding Hudson guilty and givThe salo will be made on a credit of ing him a term of two to five years in will be the penitentiary. Mr. Hudson and his six months and the purchaser approved required to execute bond with friends have decided to accept the ver security, for the) purchase price due In dict and not repeal the case. He will six months, bearing interest at six per be taken to the penitentiary thia week. cent per annum from date of sale until paid, said bond having the force and effect of a judgment upon which exeTake a cution may issue, payable to W. H. Ilrown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a Hen will be retained upon the property sold until the purchase money Is paid. H will act as a laxative In. the W. II; BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. morning J, E. Robinson, Attorney, . Capt. A. M.'Uourne, Auctioneer. R. E. MeRoberU grand-mothe- Starve the Fly Tha fly "Uvea and moves and has his being" in fdth. Filth Is his only I American Company the Springfield I Such as CAPITAL 1 To INSURE In a Leading I m V 1 hope of 2,800,000,00 Fire and Marine. THOMAS & ELKIN, Agents. I I Do away with tha stable Remove the filth. . Remove the garbage pile. Starve the Fly i Vote For Your Favorite in The Banish the Fly Plague Jf Olti: than n scoro of giant fly traps wero placed on street corners in tit. Louis In order to ed ucate the public to a fuller realization of the benefits to health that would re campaign, sult from a vigorous antt-flIu explaining the purpose of this ob- lect lesson the health commissioner said: These traps, with the disease spread Ing files they catcb, will bring homo to r PONY CONTEST 1000 Votes on every subscription, new or old. O Katlonal Geographic pociety. people quicker than anything clsi the full tnonnliiK of the early spring fly cnmiialgn and will serve to remind them constantly of what means tbey should usevln their hon?s to exterminate the fly. Message No. 5 To the Business Men The prosperity Swat the Fly TATHO of Lancaster COMMISSIONER' S SALE OFJLAND. swats the fly serves persons three Himself, his helpless babe and me. of a city Is In direct proportion to the local pride. Where local pride runs high, prosperity has a firm foothold. Suh a town is a good lace to . live and do business In. " Paint helps to a remarkable degree In spreading an Impression of prosperity throughout a community. It gives a fresh, new. inviting look wherever it is used. Municipal buildings, stores and homes feel its good effects. Growing business is bound to be one of the direct results of a liberal use of paint, not from any magic in the paint, but because of the pride which is stimulated. Swat the Fly Hard White Phoenix Painter Trade Lead ty (Dutch Mark) and economical. mixed with pure linseed oil Is the paint of quality and always has been. Lasting Get in touch with us today. We carry all painting requisites. i o"swat a each fly's legs Disease germs rife. fly You And save a life. C. G. 6 J. E. STORMES, Druggists, Lancaster, Ky. high-noo- Now Well is-l- 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 ubout 10 per cent to charge nnd collect their retail Ice accounts. As n 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, wo 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. Clouse:-thenc- e I "ThedIonl' best ever used." Black-Draug- ht medicine writes J. A. CIouse:-thenc- Steelman, o! PattonviUe, Texas. "1 suilered terribly with liver I had Fork:-lhenc- (roubles, and could get no relief. The doctors said sumption. all. Finally 1 con- could not work at I tried BLACK-DRAUG- HT Therefore beginning March 15th, 1 9 5 we. will conduct our entire retail business strictly for cash and the following reductions 1 will be made on Ice Coupon Books. 400 and to my surprise, I got better, as well as any and am to-d- lb Book, Old Price Old Price $2.50 less 10 per cent, $5.00 less 10 per cent, $9.00 less 10 per cent, New Price New Price New Price $2.25 $4.50 $8.10 1000 lb Book, 2000 lb Book, Old Price Tonight Is a general, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that has been regulating irregularities ol the liver, stomach and bowels, lor over 70 years. Oet a package today. Insist on the genuine It is our purpose to reader the best service possible and to this end we will welcome suggestions and the cooperation of our patrons. Respt. BLUE GRASS DAIRY & ICE CO. W. R. BASTIN, Secretary. H. Y. BASTIN, Thedfofd's. E-- 70 President. Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday April 5, 1915. 1 The Cheapest Seed You Can Buy The Biggest Interest On The Investment Is FARMER- S- We have had samples of our Corn sent to the Kentucky Experimental Station and the germination was 100 per cent. We can furnish you WHITE OR YELLOW SEED CORN at prices that will astonish you. Don't Plant Poor Seed. Replant costs money and rarely matures with the other corn. ' THIS CORN IS READY FOR INSPECTION. Phone 26. wininiiii WWWW.IIIIIMIH1 HUDSON CLAIMS ALLOWED BY FISCAL COURT. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. HUGHES. SHETLAND Phone 26. PONY. FARMER'S COLUMN i Miiinnniinmiiiiumiinnnif rfpace txlow thu neadinfli for tue exclu-If- e uh of onr farmer eub.crlberi, and If for ibe aale of itock, giain and such things on farm tha farmer cannot afford to adrer-tliNo notice will ba accepted oter four llnee, and will beoulf In no li.nei of the tcoao, free of charge I Mr. J. C. Criscillis, of Hyattsvillehaa n nice ihort horn cow, with young calf h- - wishes to sell. FOR SALE:-2- rnlves. ' good fresh cowr. and H. C. Arnold, Jlyattsville. Ky. colin- Lost White hound bitch, with lar bearing my name. Reward for formation. FOR G. 11. Colson, ,Crub Orchard, Ky., Route 2. Rock eggs 50c Mrs, Edd Grow, SALE:-Plymout- h per setting. Phone 50G FOR Bourne, Ky, Duroc Jersey boars extra good ones, weighing 100 Dounas or over, at J12.50 each, if old at once. R. H Uronaugh Crab Orchard, Ky, Haired Plymoth Rock Eggs for sale at DO cents per setting of 15. Mrs. J. E. Anderson, Phone 324-Point Leave!!, Ky, hay. For Sale: 250 bales of good timothy John V. Miller, Mansger, Lancaster Ky, STOI,EN;-yellow Jersey cow from my place, at J. L, Dozler, on March 2nd Any information, will be ap predated and rewarded. W. M. Pointer, Paint Lick, Ky. 200 shocks has of fodder to sell, or will feed it out to cattle. FOR SALE:-Te- n Mr. Jaa. Leave!! of Bryabtsville oats. FOR tons ef clean sheaf John M, Farra. head sheen. 38 lambs SALE23 Price eight dollars per head including lambs. Phone 37:G Mrs. Khoda ri. Wylie. Hryantsville, Ky. acres of timothy meadow, either to graze or can be cut. I. M. Myers, Route No, 3 Phone 248. Lancaster. Ky. Rent:-Eighte- For pair 3 year old mare route, broken. If not told before, will sell In Lancaster next County Court day. J. A. Owens, Preachersville, Ky, For Sales-Fo- Phone 374-R- . 3 00 4 50 Crank Tom 4 da work Thoughtful of Proprieties. pClark W. G. 3 da hauling 3 00 Utile Maud was suffering from an 3 00 Crank Henry 4 da work Same 3 da Overseer 3 00 aching tooth. She railed her mother 1 50 Chadwell Cofield 4 da work Creech Wm 1 da hauling 1 50 to the sofa on which she was lying, .75 Cox James 2 days work Same 1 da work and said: "Mamma, If I should die 1 50 3 00 Cornett Will 2 days work Criscillus Joe 4 da work please don't forget to put my dolls In 3 00 3 00 Cecil Tom 4 da work 4 da work Criscilns Jim mourning." 3 00 Cox Will 4 da work .75 Clark Cris 1 da work 3 00 .75 Curtis Forest 4 dava work Creech Wm 1 da work Why He Favored Left Hand. 3 00 3 00 Compton Clarence 4 da work Casey Ollie 4 da work Jlmmle, aged four, was much In 1 50 5 25 Creech Charley 2 da work Clark Bob 31 da hauling cllned to use his left hand. One day 1 60 3 00 Creech Patrick 2 da work Same 4 da work Wv he was busily drawing with his left The following is a complete list of the 2 25 hand when I said, "Jlmmle. why do 1 50 Creeeh Lawrence 2 da wrk & hlg igtgtgtWVVgXiaajTal SV - "tM claims allowed by the Fiscal Court of Clark R. C. 2 da work 3 00 you use that hand?" He said, "Why, 1 60 Casey Jesse 4 da w6rk Garrard County at the regular October Creech Lige 21a work G 00 there always seems to be more ma 1 50 Casey Walter 4 da wrk & 2 hlg Term. 1914 up to and including the Clark Sam 2 da work 5 25 chlnery In that one." Clark Humphrey 2 da work &hlg: 4 60 Crews Billy 4 da writ & li hlg April term. 1915. viz. ajajajajajajavajajajbeaagLf 10 00 3 00 j Compton W II 4 da hlg & Ovr Clark J. H. 2 da hauliug Claims for work on County roads. o uu And Sometimes Trousers. 3 00 iook rouni t ua writ & nig Same 3 da Overseer (Continued from page 2) 1 12 Casey, A, 1 da work The teccher was examining the 3 00 Church John 4 da work 1 50 Cox Grover 2 da work class In physiology. ".Mary, you tell Brock M. B. 4 da hauling 6 00 Church Bill 4 da work & hlg 9 00 1 50 us," she asked, "what Is the function Centers Walter 2 da work 1 50 Brown Russell 2 da work 1 50 Clark Sim 2 da work Creech Bill 1 da work & hlg 3 00 of the stomach!" "The function of the 3 00 Creech Chas 2 da work Ballard Tom 4 da work 1 50 1 50 stomach," the little girl answered, "Is Casey Mote 2 da work 7 00 Creech E. G. 2 da work & hlg Beazlev W. II. 4 da work & hlg' 4 60 to hold up the petticoat,- "- Buffalo Kx 3 00 Church Brown 4 da work 3 00 Cotton Tom 1 da work JJengttjJack 4 da work 37 press. le 4 00 Clark Lynn 4 da Overseer liolton-Will1 G7 2 J da work 9 00 Chesnut T. D. 4 da wrk & hlg G 75 & hlg Clark Clay 3 da work 6 00 Baker Carl 4 da work & 2 hlg G 00 Chesnut J. T. 4 da hauling As It Appeared to Her. Clark James 3 hauling 5 25 2 25 Ballard Clarence 3 da work Mary, aged five, bad been attending 9 00 Cole John 4 da work Chesnut Virgie 4 da hlg & wrk 3 00 Bogie W. A. 2 da Overseer 2 00 camp meeting for several, days with 3 00 Chesnut Bob 4 da work Catea Riymond 4 hlg & Overseer 10 00 her parents, Brandenburg E. B. 4dawrk&hlg 10 00 and upon her return her 4 00 Chesnut J. T. 4 da overseer Church Albert 4 da Overseer 4 00 little brother asked 00 Brown Richard 4 da work & hlg 9 what It was like. 3 00 Clouse Lucian 4 da work Crank Leonard 4 da work 3 00 "Oh." she replied. "It's a place whero Brown Robt 4 da work & hlg 9 00 Comley Eugene 1 50 2 da work Coker Charley 4. da work & hlg 9 00 'they have Sunday every day In tha G 00 Broaddui Ge. 4 da hauling 3 00 F. T. Chadwell 4 da work Centers Forest 2 da work & 1 hlg 3 00 week." DREAM COME Brown Bert 4 da work 3 00 Callico 9 00 J. M. 4 da wrk & hlg Centeis Earnest 2 da work 1 50 3 00 Brown Richard (1913) 2 da hlg Callico M. G. 4 da wrk & hlg 9 00 Clark E. Robt M Graves, 1 87 2J da work The following boya and girls have Clarence Hall, Brandenburg E B (1913) G da hlg 9 00 Callico B. T. 4 Overseer French Loquacity. 4 00 Conn, Curtis Floyd li da hauling A. II. Estridge, 2 25 Ilrouddua Geo (1913) C da hlg 9 00 There. Is no nation like the French. expressed a desire for the pony and Elizabeth 3 00 Cox, E. 4 da work Gladys Conn. Same 2 da work 1 60 A French 3 00 work BreV James milliner will make a hat out cart and they or their friends have en Loudella Peace, G 00 Same 4 da hauling Allie Brummett, Callico Jess 2 da work 1 50 In J. O. Bogie, Jr. of a piece of felt and nothing; and a tered their names as contestants 3 00 Burton Henry 4 da work 3 00 Coldiron Calvin 4 du work French official will make a diplomatic trcding with the dilferent merchants John "Red" Smith, Nelson Conn, 3 00 Baker C. M. 4 da work (Continued next week) 3 00 4 work episode out of nothing at all, putting and business men, whoso names appear Willie C. Daniels, Elsie Brown, 3 00 Crawford Jim da Burnside Riley 4 da work Into nve minutes of futility all the below this, be sure and get a coupon Leslie Sherrow, 3 00 Al 4 da work Hellena Perkins, Boian R. C. 21 da work & 21 hlg 4 12 Croucher Gallic civilization of centuries, Ar- and vote 3 00 E. J. Oaks, Jr, Wilmoth Sutton, for your favorite. ,37 Crank Tom 4 da work Ball John j da work nold Bennett In the Century Magazine. Coliey Colonel 4 da work 3 00 J. U. Manuel Jr. Henry Shelby Fish, Ruth Lane, Pearl Crutchfle'd .75 Broaddus Thomus 1 da work Small Chines for Him. 3 00 Croushorn Will 4 da work Clinton Ruble, Carrie Sutton, Isabelle Terrill, V. A. Lear, Jr. Bourne Wvaley 4 da work & hlg G 75 A manufacturer Is making gloves Combs Leander 4 da wrk 3 00 Ewell Led ford, Dally Thought. Ida Sowder, Fannie Tinsley, William Renner. 3 00 Tom 4 da work with coin pockets In the palms. A Barker - 3 00 Cox Eli 4 da work It la not what we read, but what we James Dorwin Sealc, Ben Rankin, Homer Moberly, Elisha Cheatham, man Is going to have a flat 3 00 Bryant George 4 da work G 00 remember that makes us learned. It Mary Blanche Conn, Johnn.'a Vanhook, Grace Fathergill, 4 da hauling Same Earl Ward Clark, time getting at his change. 3 92 Ballard Clarence I'M ft lumber Is not what we Intend, but what we Iluby Sister Caneer, Edwin Kirk, Lucy V. Long, Raymond Cox, 3 00 4 50 Colson Bill 4 da work Bogie'OIIie 2 du work & hlg David Hamilton. do that makes ua useful. It Is not a William Embry, Margaret Doty, Chas. Bastin, 4 50 1 50 Colson John 2 da wrk & 2 hlg Jane Brown, Burton Geo 2 da work George Brown, few faint wishes, but a lifelong strug- Frances Grant, Lyle Prultt, Rich 811 of Russia. 12 00 1 87 Cochran Sam 8 da with 2 teams Lisle uark. Caldwell Bud 2) da work v The soil of Russia Is rich In ores ot gle that makes ua valiant. Henry Virginia Pearl Walker, Aleene Thomas, Harry llrown, 2 25 all kinds, and the mining Industry Is Ward Beecher. Ethel Clara Dudderar, Mamie V. Davis, Marie Clark. Bessie Grant. 2 25 Crank Will 3 da work Conn Andy 3 da work 3 00 steadily Increasing. At the present 2 25 Cotton Ira 4 da work Capter J. II. 3 da work Be sure and ask for coupons at the following 3 00 time there are rather more than half 1 87 Casey Will 4 da work Carter Aubrey 21 da work Kindly Thoughtfulnese. 30 a million people engaged In the mak3 00 Callico Elbert 4 hours work Carter D. M. 3 da Overseer 'How did you ever get the nerve to places. 1 05 ing and working ot metals. . 3 00 Curtz Hugh 4 hours work Slay the cornet! Doesn't your pracCarter J. D. 2 da hlg 1 CO The "Rex" Theater, Good Pictures and Good Music, Clark J. II. 1 da hauling 225 ticing drive your wife almost to disSame 3 da work 1 50 Clarkson Geo 1 da work 37 traction!" "No," replied Mr. Meek- . C. Gaines, Nothing but Insurance. Conn Andy 1 da work Russian Fisheries. 4 12 .75 Callico Forest 4 da) work 1 hlg Clark Pendleton 1 da work Russia ranks third among the fish ton. "She encourages me. She thinks R."E. McRokerts, Drugs and Faints. G 00 Clark James 1 da hauling 75 and deep sea countries that anything that'll change my ordiColson G. B. 4 da hlg W. Smith, The House of Quality, 4 00 of the world. The total yield of fish nary facial expression la worth some 4 00 Croucher 4 da Overseer Same 4 da Overseer Washington Star. 75 Is well over $7,000,000 worth a year, sacrifice." 4 50 Cox Charlie 1 da work Cox It. L. 2 da work & hlg Doty, Groceries an Meats. Davidson 75 but even this great supply Is not equal 1 50 Cox Jack 1 da work Collett Will 2 da work Joseph 2 25 to the needs of the population. Cox II. B. I da work & hlg and Ladies 1 50 Collett Geo 2 da work GaU-pta-t. 1 60 Ready-To-We- ar 1 50 Croushorn Andy 2 da work Cornett Tolby 2 da work Many People In Thb Town 1 50 1 50 Conn Henry 2 da work Croushorn Oscar 2 da work never really enjoyed a meal until Half of Pencils Wasted. Denny and Surtfeons. Clark Jim 2 da work Lead pencil manufacture In tha Unl-U-d we advUcd them to take a y. ctr 1 50 Collett 1). U. 4 da work & hauling 9 00 Haselden u uu Collett Mat 4 da wrk & hlg in Hardware.1 4 ua naunng States Is consuming 73,000.0m 9 00 irulcner Unas " Vu' WW, Conner W. 4 da wrk & hlg Conn Clay 4 da work 9 00 fswt of lumber annually, of which about Mtaa Minnie Brown, The Latest in Millinery. Is estimated to be wasted la 1 60 Crar.k Bud 1 da work Cheatham Joe 2 da work 75 The Central Record, 1,000 votes with each Sub. ' sharpening or throwing away short before and alter each msaL Sold only 1 50 Coulter Willie 4 da work Clans Geo 2 da work by ua 25o a box. 3 00 ends., 1 50 Coulter Clay 4 da work Carrier Geo 2 da work 3 00 scrlptlon, new or old. R. E. MsReberU EVERY CHILD DREAMS OF OWNING A aaaaaK'aaHai jj-gBa- B saaESgtV ASK FOR COUPONS THIS . P HELP MAKE TRUE. J. MeicMgft.th, ani ry. G4f BilfccytkiMg Wnajnr,''ntal one-ba- it