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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 22, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915042201_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 22, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE REUOlOh, UN1ARNJ8HED DEMOCRACY AND O00D GOVERNMENT TWIHTY SIXTH Yt AH. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 22. 1915. NUNBkR 3. See Our Get In the pony conteit. In tho Pony Content. DAVIS. Mr. S. N. Davis of this city was call get ed to Mt. Vernon Wednesday by the sudden death of his father, Mr. W. A. 11. Davis, who dropped dead while PUBLIC STATEMENT ASKED Atk for couponi 1,000 TTfriresCflriiPlaiiter E Easiest Planter to handle, Accurate Dropper. Built of Few Parts and Built Extra Strong. Can be Furnished with Splendid Fertilizer Attachment. Auto Tickets given away. CONN 9 BE.0S. T LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS rt I have just returned from the line of Summer mar- TW tit kets where I purchased a complete and Up-to-da- te ri Subscribe for the Kecord and votes on the pony and cart. For" all Magazines see "Miss Dolly" waiting at the station to take tho Country Gentleman now $1.00 n year. train for Louisville. lie was 65 years old and leaves n wife and 9 children, Even a pickle hag a mild disposition all residents of Mt. Vernon except S. until tomethlng hsppens to sour It. N. Davis of this place. A little fresh paint and tho vigorous! use' of the scrub brush makes morals WILL TO BE CONTESTED. cleaner. The will of the late Granville Cecil, Water Is an element and many Danville, was offered for probate people are staying out of their element of lant Monday morning in the Boyle just now. county court, by Hon. C. C. Uagby and The warm weather has started the C. P. Cecil, trustees under the will. disciples ot Isaac Walton to talking of The will provides that the trustees have absolute control of the; entire esCharity's". tate, valued at $250,000 and to dispose Maybe the reason that some fotka of decedent's interest In undivided haven't a receipt for 11.00 for the land, stocks, bonds etc, and to invest didn't pay it. the proceeds In real estate. Central Record Protests Pedestrians and occupants of buggies have been entered to the probation of taland other vehicles are swallowing a lot the will and a large arrnyf legal of dust these days that Is raised by ent is employed on both sides. gasoline burners. MOVING IN RIGHT DIRECTION Physical uncleanlineaa in a town or city is a certain sign of moral decay. Kentucky is moving in the right diIf the "outside of the cup and platter" rection. She is divesting herself of the are well washed, there Is hope for the lethargy and fanaticisms that have inside, too. kept her in the list of plodders. She is awakening to a realization of her Many men who wouldn't go on the needs and a recognition of her possistreet with an unwashed face let their bilities. homes stand year after year with There is a widespread demand for and untidy tronts for every better roads and highways all over the man who passes in the street to see. state, as is evidenced by the alacrity A man's face indexes his character. with which the fiscal authorities and So does the front of his house. the people respond to the demands tor appropriations and bond issues to meet For Sale. the crying need for permanent 25,000' feet of pine lumber. Will sell thoroughfares. cheap for cash. schools, Good roads mean better Hughes Ilros, Phone 170. better schools mean better citizenship, better citizenship means everything for a state. HOUSE BURNED. hcy FOR. State Hanking Commissioner Thomas J. Smith has Issued a call on the State banks for a published statement of their condition as of the close of busi ness April 16. Mr. Farmer Come and see the KENTUCKY WITHOUT OFFICIAL FLAG. Gov. McCreary has received a request from a committee of Columbus, Ga., for a Kentucky flag to be used in the home coming celebration there April 1G. the anniversary of the Battle of Columbus In li&5. Kentucky has no official flag, so the Governor was compelled to inform the committee. Janesville CORN . oil. oiTatFentm FARMERS. I can save you money, can fill your barrel, or sell you an A. No. 1, steel barrel with faucet, 50 gallon capacity, at a low figure, and fill same with the best oil atNow prices, saving you from $1 to $2. If you cannot make arrangements through your merchant, call or phone Standard Oil, Agent. J. W. Sweeney, Phone 152. Lancaster, Ky. PLANTER Shaft drive, there Made In a Disc or Shoe. are no, chains. MOVEMENT TO RE DUCE ILLITERACY, is pleasing to all to note the pro gress that is being made in the move No Better Corn Planter Made. Osborne Disc Harrows. It ! HASELDEN BROS. 5 Pony tickets given on all cash sales. MI1- - linery. is "Will be pleased to show you the styles. Last Saturday night about 10 o'clock the residence of Mr. J. S. Johnson on Danville pike was discovered on fire and was burned to the ground in a few moments, the llamea being fanned by an eastern brisk wind. Mr. Johnson was unatle to save any thing of value and his loss is a total one. He carried $1,000 insurance on the house and about $200 on the furniture. GOOD INVESTMENT. 8 DRY STORIES. 3G G 3e - GO TO - 4 Dickerson & FOR Carrier Mr. II. Clay Sutton sav a creek has dried up on his farm and the hah are all standing on their noses and he goes out and pulls up a mess juat as if they were young onions. Hut thata nothing 1 have pulled up two perfectly good citterns and run them thru the clothes winger In order to "get enough water But with which to wash my teeth. why complain, water isn't good for anything anyway, except to wash clothes with, so all true blue Kentuck-ian- s Painting is the beat wood preserva-tl- v vet discovered. It is the greatest It home beautiher beyond question. is the best investment a. home owner run make on his nremises. It is a good investment if the home is intend ed for a permanent residence, because it preserves the wood and makes the home attractive. It is a good invest ment if the house is on the market. because it invariably induces a better price than an unpainted structure. To paint your home and barns and outhouses is good business. It is good citizenship, and it is a splendid investment, viewed from any angle. The paint that pays you to use, that has proved a good investment can be found at Mcltoberts Drug Store. ment to reduce adult illiteracy, In Kentucky, through the system of moonlight schools that was inaugurated by Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart. The cheer ful and universal cooperation and support that she is receiving is evidence of the general desire for a better and more enlightened citizenship. We only regret so little has been done in Garrard. The Womans Club is ready and anxious to help In this movement and asks that all who wish to attend a night school leave their names at the Record Office. 1 31 IE 31 IE 3C G. M. LYONS BUSY CASH AFT CLASPS HAND OF COL. ROOSEVELT. For the first time since they came to the parting of the ways, Col. Theodore Koosevelt and Prof. William H. Taft, former Presidents of. the United States met last week and shook hands at the funeral services of their mutual friend, Prof. Thomas R. Lounsbury, of Yale, at New Haven Conn. Just fifty years before this, to the very day, two other great Americans shook hands, they met at Appomattox courthouse, in Virginia, and recorded one of the final chapters In the great struggle between the North and the South. In American fashion, Gen. Robert E. Lee and Gen. Ulysses S. Grant shook hands, discussed the important business of the occasion, and wrote the important documents which established the terms of surrender of the famished forces of the Southern leader. STORE. Trying to save a few dollars on a Suit is false economy, when you can buy HIRSH--WICKWIR- E COMPANY'S WALKER. A feeling of the deepest gloom and Dry Goods, Shoes and Groceries We pay the highest market price for Country Produce. Ask for tickets on the Automobile. mi I i irJ ii a lrWACjJ IS NOW OPEN Drink - Gold - Drinks. OUR FOUNTAIN We are prepared to serve everything Dainty & Delicious Sodas Pf to and Ices dU0, Sundaes and lAfTC Malted Milk 1UU0, McRnhftPt.s Drnn .store dl W Hupmopile I ly xs - - r The Faultless Car as to Power, Economy and Convenience. Electric Lights and Electric Starter. Oversize Tires andDemountable Rims. Noisless Powerful Motor. Simply Especially for the Woman Driver, of upkeep averaging 10 to 18 miles to gallon of Low cost Designed gasoline. We have machines In stock ready for immediate delivery. se , rmn .m at at OA 3( eJUflN m r sorrow pervaded the entire community Tuesday evening when it was announced that Mrs. Lewis Walker had died A bird of unusually rarity was killed suddenly at her home on Water St. by Carlton Elkin last Tuesday on Dix The death was doubly shocking because river near the bridge on the Stanford it was not expected and sorrow is left pike, which proved to be a Loon and in many homes beside the one left so dejcribed by Webster as a swimming lonely and desolate. In the death of and diving bird, allied to the greue, Flora Ziegler Walker, one has been but having toes fully webbed and found taken from our midst, who, in self usually In the Arctic regions. Its devotion to the good of others, In kind- MILLIONAIRE LAND plumage resembled the bilverbpanglcd ness and love as a wife, in tenderness Hamburg chicken, but its legs seemed and affection as a mother, in loyalty as OWNER DEAD. to grow out of the top of its back. It a friend and in constancy as a christian equals and no superiors. Rankin Clemmons, millionaire, ex was quite a curiosity and should fall had but few Poet nor aitist has ever been able to tensive land owner and an eccentric into the hands of a taxidermist. portray the grave in the colors of citizen of Fayette county, died last beauty. Bryant in the "Hymn of Monday near South Elkhorn, in that HEMP IN KENTUCKY. Death" could not make the subject county. Mr. Clemmons was probably The largest hemp crop raised in Gar beautiful; and yet the cemetery with the largest land owner in Central rard county in many years will be its marble and its dead, the chair that Kentucky had amassed an immense planted this year, and a much larger has no occupant and the vacant place fortune. He was ninty years old and acreage would be sown if the seed in the home are all mellowing and up- died of Bright'a disease coupled with could be procured. Hemp seed is high lifting. They bring the best of human heart trouble. He Beemed to possess erthan in many years and Is very nature into the fulness of vigor, crowd- a mania for acquiring land, and all his scarce. A few farmers will probably ing back selfishness and Impressing us surplus money win invested in Kentucky raise a few acres of hemp for the seed with the value of a beautiful life. It blue grass soil, lie was regarded as only, so as to be able to supply the de is the broken ties at the grave that miser, hoarded his wealth and was said prompts us to S fuller appreciation of to refuse contributions to all mand next year. lie owned At the present prices hemp is one of (he tenderness of the ties that are not elemosynary institutions', the most profitable crops raised in this broken; ar.d so while we mourn the about 7,000 acres of land in Kentucky section, and is the least injurious to loss of our dead we may rejoice there valued at $100 an ucre. is no cloud so dark that there is no the land. light behind it, no sorrow so poignant BOY SCOUTS INSPECTED S MEETING that there is not a balm fur the wound it inflicts. KANSAS CITY AFTER Tho parents entertained the Parent- In the death of Mrs. Walker a beauti Teachers club We 'nesday evening in ful life has been brought to a close that CLEAN UP. the graded school building. A delight' began in Cincinnati, Ohio, thirty one ful program had been urraneed in the years ago. On December 14th 1911 Kansas City has had $3,000 worth of form of a question box. The questions she was married to Judge L. L. Wai were asked and answered by both ker, who together with her twenty expert sanitary inspection free. After the city had devoted two weeks parents and teachers, the discussions months old son, Charles Jones, survive biought about a better understanding her. Much sympathy is felt for the to a clean up; after the between parents and these meeting are bereaved husband and motherless boy and the various clubs and organizations sure to be productive ef much good. and for Mr. and Mrs. It. Zimmer, with had ceased work, and after the last tin A delicious ice course was served and whom Mrs. Walker had made her home can and microbe had been presumably Boy Scouts went all left feeling the meeting had been pievious to her marriage. After fun' banished, then the forth to look the job over. highly beneficial to ail concerned. eral services at her home on Water The clean up campaign started April street, Wednesday afternoon, conducted 12. The 13ov Scouts made their inspecCLOSING EXERCISES OF LAN by Ilev. J. Rockwell Smith, assisted by tion April 24, a thousand of them giv Uev. F. M. Tinder, Interment took ing one day to the work. Those proSCHOOL; piece at the Lancaster cemetery. CASTER COLORED perty owners and tenants who had not Where has she gone since yesterday, properly brushed up their premises, The Lancaster Colored School had its The friend who left us here? raked their back yards and taken care closing exercises Friday evening. April she seems so far away of their alleys and basements were re16th. At the liaptlst churcn. An inwas near Who yester-ev- e ported by the scouts to the board of teresting and enjoyable program was! No map of ours, on sea or land, health, and the city sanitary depart rendered, by the primary and interHer journeylngs may trace; mediate grades, before a large and ap- We only know she's reached her home ment will use sterner methods. We wish our lloy Scouts would emu The children preciative audience. And seen her Father a face. late the example of the Kansas City acted their part well showing evidence Boy Scouts by Inspecting our town and of thorough training on the part of O dear, familiar yesterday I reporting all unhealthy and unsanitary O sad and strange their teachers. Prof. Green made a strong closing Yet who would call the glad soul back places. The past week they have done some very practical work along the line To rouse the resting clayT talk, limine the uarents to Or who could wish thatshe mightknow of cleaning up by burning Up old papers fullv with the teachers In their work. and signs. We ask our mayor to clothe Our sorrow, cam and strife. The School Commencement will be the 21st of May, There are 10 in the When she who, here, so longed to live the lloy Scouts with the powers of deputy sanitary inspectors. e. At tat has entered Life? graduating class. say. RARE BIRD. for a fair price. these dignified garments, whether a purchase is intended or not. CLOTHES of the higher order You are invited to Inspect G. " M. LANCASTER. - LYONS. KENTUCKY. " " ' 1Z The Bemis PARENT-TEACHER- house-holde- Tobacco Planter-wi- n Set Plants Where Others Fail. The plants will grow better and the tobacco will ripen from two to three weeks earlier than when set by hand. ' For sale by ht . W. J. ROMANS, Jf? LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday April 22 1915. PRESCRIPTION The Standard Skin Remedy Lancaster, Ky. A MILLION TESTAMENTS A MILLION D. D. D. FOR for IS years HEALTH ft OF DISEASE CARTHAGE WOMAN TELLS HAPPY STORY Mrs. Laura Uuko of Cartilage, Tenn., was a victim ot stomach disorders for rcvcral years, Slio lost appetlto and her weight fell ott. 6)10 could not rest SOLDIERS. Instant Relief for all Shin Troubles R. E. McRoberts. Druggist, An Open Letter To The Automobile Buying Public. We Are Not Going to Run " A MILLION Nickels From a MILLION Scholar For a MILLION Testaments For a MILLION Soldiers" We heartily commend to tne Sunday- schools of Lancaster the opportunity of helping to furnish "A Million Testa mcnts for a Million Soldiers". It hss so much In its favor as a choice mean of service to the Kingdom that we trust every school in this town will join In this country-wid- e effort to help the soldiers of Europe to a vision of Christ throufih the Book. Prompt action I: urged. POULTRY. llrovtn. IfjimrMMi are alck. write turn, ho will tell jou thrnu.h thU department wbere at night. Thl. department I. romlncteitbf llii.ell I' jonr trouble lira. ltronwanta ply eiid a itamped envelope. rmul re CARE OF LITTLE CHICKS Half Page Ads to tell you about some little feature of the Mitch A Cure for Sour Sloiaach. ell Car. We are not going to tell you what car to buy or what car not to buy. All we would like to do is to show you the 1915 Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, of Battle Mitchell construction, and we nre willing to show It up against Creek, Mich , writes: "1 have been troubled with Indigestionsour stomach any car on the American market for 1915. and bad breath. (Beared By Hen) The first care of the little chicks should be before the eggs are laid from which wc expect to hatch them The parent stock should be strong healthy and vigorous; thus winning After taklne two bot ties of Chamberlain's Tablets I am well, We Know The Mitchell Car These tablets nre splendid nono bet the battle for the chick's life is far superior in construction to other car?, for safety, durability ter." For sale by all dealers. lm and giving it n lair start. and easy control, and in selecting n car for business or pleasure, Now for the hen, she should be of a kind disposition. Be sure that she is for your safety or the safety of your family nr.d friends, you REMARKABLE CATCH is good and ready to set, sometimes should select a car that is absolutely safe, durable and easy to we can put eggs under a hen thinking Collector John W. Hughes amd Parly 01 control. she is ready to set when in a day or two she will leave the nest entirely, but it Friends break Season's Record Let Us Show You she has stayed on well for three or four Al Angling. days and shows signs of fiht by pecksafety in Mitchell Construction and then to be your own judge. ing when approached then she is likely Collector John W. Hughes and a to do alright. Bemove the hen to You hear of cars stopping on railroad crossings just when they should sprint away. Let us show you the cause and the Mitchell number of his deputies have formed separate house or shed or some place a fishinc club. Thcv spent Thursday provided for the purpose of setting Remedy. Lincoln's birthday, at Camp Nelson hens, where you can confine them with Mr. William Glass, Col. David No Give her a nest well filled with new You Hear Of People Losing Control ble, Col. Thomas Hubbard and Dr. clean straw and a few china nest eggs KautTman, The party was carried in under her, then If she accepts these of the can not the drivers fault. Let us show you the cause and motor boats to Lock No. 8 on the Ken- you can put your eggs under her. If the MITCHELL REMEDY. tucky river, arriving there about 7 the hen Is in place where other hens o clock in the morning. By noon they can get to her nest to lay. then mark ' You Hear of Drivers had caught n large number of fine the eggs by putting a small dot on newlights. Col. Hubbard. Mr. Glass being very tired after a long ride in their cars. Let us show you and Dr. Kaufiman on the banks of the them with blueing. This will enable you to tell her eggs from those laid in . the cause and the MITCHELL REMEDY river prepared a fish dinner fit for the the nest. gods. Twenty pounds of newlights During the setting period, dust the were cooked to a queen's taste Corn hen well every few days with some You Hear of Radiators Freezing bread, bacon, coffee embraced the re good insect powder, and use plenty of and bursting-n- ot in Mitchell Cars let us show you the mainder of the menu. " By the end of lice killer around the setting boxes. the day 130 newlights had been (A good louse killer is three parts MITCHELL REMEDY. caught, the number weighing 82 kerosene to one part crude carbolic pounds, which breaks the acid). You Hear of Axles Breaking; ed record made by the Harrodsburg On the twenty first day the chicks fishing club last week. fish will begin to hatch, then when they The let us show you the MITCHELL REMEDY; absolutely nonbreak weighed as high as two pounds each. are all out and well dried remove them able, full floating rear axle. , Col. Hubbard, who directed the fish carefully to the brood coop, putting the ing. is an expert not only at angling. hen in first. Keep them confined here You Hear of a Car Running Miles but at entertaining. Ths local citizens for a day or two in order that they can present on the ocaasion sjythat Thurs gain strength. Sec that this brood with sealed bonnet; this means that the entire distance wos run day was a day long to be without being able to see the motor, much less making the slight They are high in praise of rnmembered coop is rat proof, and be very careful their hosts. in removing them from the nest to the est adjustment. THE MITCHELL DID IT. In the evening the party was enter coop to see that they do not get chilled. tained at a sumptious supper at the The yellow of the egg. just before the home of Mr. William Glass. Collector chick hatches is enclosed in the abdoYou Hear of This Hughes and his party are everlastingly men and remains there to nourish the ,5UU mile run being made in 30 days, through 23 States. Do obligated to the Jessamine county men chick until it is strong enough to get you realize what this means? It meuns that the car must, make lor such a royal good time and superb about. Now if this nourishment gets They say that Col chilled it will harden in the abdomen 250 miles per day, for 30 consecutive days, regardless of weather entertainment. Thomas Hubbard is without doubt the or road conditions; the average man does not drive that far in best guide to the points where the and cause the chick to have indigestion and bowel trouble from the very be two years, and not even able to see the motor, or make the fish bite in the United States Dan gining. ville Advocate. slightest adjustment. The Light Mitchell, selling at $1,250 did As was stated in the last parapraph it. No other car ever did. the chick is provided with foodsufficent to nourish it until! it is forty eight STRAIGHTFORWARD hours old, then at the end of this time Let Us Show You feed a little bard boiled egg, ground up TESTIMONY. in an ordinary meat chopper, shell and why the Mitchell Car can make such wonderful performance. Many Lancaster Citizens Hare Profited all. Place some fresh water before them. Now there are ;nany kinds of Mitchell Axles, Axle Shafts, All Gears By It. watering fountains on the market, but and the whole steering device is mode of Vanadium steel, the If you have backache, urinary troub I always try to get one that they can ' lightest and strongest steel yet produced strength 135,000 les, days of dizziness, headaches or not paddle in to get wet. Now for tho pounds per square inch all Mitchell framework, braces, steps, nervousness, strike at the seat of the first day or two feed eggs then go to adding bread crumbs until you can do trouble. These are often the hangers, hubs, levers, and the whole construction, are steel' or weak kidneys and there symptons away with the egg. Then after four is grave stamping or steel drop forging, instead of malleable castings, as danger in delay. Doan's Kidney Pills or five days I go to feeding commercial are especially prepared for kidney ail chick feed, which is n variety of commonly used ments are endorsed by over 20,000 grains well cracked, but splendid re people. Your neighbors recommend sults have been obtained from con The 1915 Mitchell Car this remedy have proved its merit in tinuing with the diet. Keep plenty of fresh water before is up to the highest standard of perfection in Safety, Durability many tests. Lancaster readers should Plenty of Power and Easy to Handle. Its Ignition. Lighting and take frsh couraga in the straightfor them at all times and remember to fit d ward testimony of a Lancaster citizen. often but not much at a time. I feed Marling system is tne Most Perfect Yet Produced. W. M. Zanone. Campbell and Crab five times a day for the first two weekr. Orchard streets, Lancaster, Ky., says: They need all the sun shine they can "My kidneys were disordered rnd the get at this time of the year. Do not kidney secretions were irregular in pas be in too great a hurry to let them out sage and contained sediment. 1 had of the coops of a morning, wait until pains.i.0 my back and sides and when I the dew is off the ground, if the day is Distributors. stooped, I had difficulty in straighten at all gloomy and wet, feed at the coop See them remain rinally, J S. Limestone St. Phone 1312. Lexington, Ky. ing, ana they I used Doan's Kidney and letthing about themup.is kept that every per rills relieved me." Wash the Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simp fectly clean and sanitary. ly ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's drinking fountains often and clean the Kidney I'ill the same that Mr Zanone coops also. The chick should be sena Foster- - Milburn Co.. Prong.. rate from the regular poultry yard, so had. that the older fowls will not bother Buffalo, N. Y. them. Hemember the more time and attention you givo them the better STATE SCOUT MASTER AND success you will have. one-hamuch-hcraldI Sho took Mayr'fl Wonderful Bcmedy Just a Tew doses arid found herself restored. In fact, Mrs. Duko'a recovery was to rapid alio was afraid that it could ha only temporary. So sho waited from September, when sho took tho remedy, until tho following February to pass Judgment. Then aho wrote: "I nrlto you In regard to your wonderful stomach remedy that I took last sepicmDcr. I feel better than I have la llvo years. "My weight was 12T?4 pounds; now It Is H714, and I can cat anything I want. I sleap well at night, I would havo written before, but I wanted to sco how 1 got along." Mayr's Wonderful Bcmedy gives per manent results tor stomach, liver nml Intestinal ailments. i:at as much and whatever you like. No moro distress after rating, prrssuro of gas In tho stomach and around tho heart, tictono bottle of your druggist now and trv It on nn absolute guarantee If not satis factory money will bo returned. I The Allen 34 When you pay $895 for an Allen 34 you get S89S worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization strong and permanent. We are in the automobile business to stay. Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price we get If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, ktndiomi car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the Allen 34, touring carat 1895, ii the complete answer to your requirements. Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen 14 hss sa Allen 17 horseponer n- tt Slne, s!c, mohilrtop Weiton-Mo- We inj uphnlitery. Warner trenimiion and itreririg gear. Itlt hind cipand-in- s tlrire, briVct, 110-Inheelkate, demountable rimi, aluminum crank rate and aluminum triri-minileather Mccreary Mr. S. A. Hill was in Lancaster Sat ilinnt ligiu at J ilmnt itarttr. ear la Te weliM rl the llh the IM lb. . ohkh. lovtr the nwitpr tnturea eeonomr cf orrtloti. W halU Ilea I" Pft.a r.aS SUM. I cae, full rem-rar- ar urday. Mrs. E. It. Bay was a visitor in Lan mkI:. aaj Iwt iMrlal ear. tbrva roadHara lraa caster Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Turner were in Richmond the past week. Miss Minnie I. Brown was the guest last week of Miss Her Hill. Mr. T. M. Cotton and son- were vis itors on Sunday of Mrs. Bolinda Hill. Mrs. It. II. Brown and Mrs. II. II. Bay were visitots of Mm. Elizabeth Walker. Mr. and Mrs. A. 1). Bradshaw were recent guests of her mother Mrs. E. E. - Factory Raprentalle for Southern Ohio, adjacent West Territory, Southern Indiana and entire State, of Kentucky. . Dealers i Write or wir for agency proposition Vlr-fin- la Kenton Motors Co. tttU,f'uk, fw.tr, innimf tf tftrttit, ijuifmiml, irrxitnili cmiiVl MJ frill, Jill ttri ttittki htJ 21c!nr,( Daniels. Mrs. T. O. Hill was hostess at a well appointed noonday dinner Friday in honor of .Mrs. B. II. Brown. A Christian Endeavor Society has been organized al Antioch and will meet every Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock. Let every one come and take HI Ford economy is not nlonc in low price, but in the low cost to o.ienitc mid innintnin. For s n mile, they nn nvernge cost nf serve nml sine; mid luxury to pleasure nnd bring profit to business. Over 700,000 trwn-er- s Imve found the Fortl dependable, economical nnd ensv to operate. And in cny contingency, there's n Ford ngent close at hnnd with n complete stock of part?. for Ford Owners" Hint's two-cent- part. 7,500 WHY SUFFER ANY STOMACH When DISTRESS and Effectire is A Quick Remedy. If your stomach is continually kick ing up a disturbance, causing distress after eating, heartburn, coated tongue, gas, sour taste of food, and you feel blue, irritable and nervous, you are suffering from indigestion and dyspepsia. It a needless for you to suffer, and now is the time to quickly stop tho distress and regulate your upset stomack. Simply get from It E. Mcltoberts. or any drug store, some Mi tablets a simple prescription that does more than give quick and lasting relief. Mi- soothes the irritated lining of the stomach and stimulates the llow of the digestive juices so that what you eat is quickly converted into healthful nourishment, then you are well and strong, and no longer worry about trltles or havo restless nights. Do not allow indigestion to wreck your health and happiness but get some tablets at once they arc cheap and harmless. o-a a Buyers will shnro in profits If wc "sell at retail 300.000 new Fortl cars between August 1011 nnd August 1015. BunaboutJIlO; Tourinc Car $l?0; Town Car Coupelct J70; Sedan $975. I. o. D. IMroit with all On display and sale at ermiiiment. $; III THE MADISON isroRj-OKvrK- GARAGE, In 1 ONE MILLION PEOPLE I I I IN THE Sunday Schoolsgf Kentucky APRIL Central Motor Car Company. 36 I ii I 25, 1915. There is a Sunday School near you, It is the best place in the world to spend an hour. But don't take our word for it. Try it for yourself. I (!) ' K ENTUCK YJSUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. Visit m!Bmu itoruia WsWiBsQr VtaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaa1" Y. M. C. A. To LEADERS I KEY BOY. I Meet With Lancaster Scouts. tm Don't miss the wonderful opportunity for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c Will muke tho season of 1915 at my place 2j miles from Lancaster on U-x- - m I I IV "asH fiM I I J, . RICHMOND, KY. Kl A TRAINING SCHOOL POM TBACIIfERS Courses leading to I'.lrmetitarr, Intermnllnto and Ufo Klate ( crtiliratea. Valit In all liiuiieikuiiiif Ken tiuky. bcliil Count and ltevlew Courses. Tuition Free to Apolnters. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, ner manual training Luil.ling, irartlre ( sericulture, a well ciiii!irpel school, department Domi-stleyninuslum. Hclriice. hrat Term boAns Htptember 7. Term November 111, Third Terra January 1 mirth Term April 5, Bummer School opens Juiis H, taulogne Wee. j. , , VlnU,uU San Francisco Panama-Californi- Exposition Exposition a San Diego Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via Friday. Saturday and Sunday will be long remembered by the boy scouts of Lancaster as their State Scout .Master Mr. Stanley Harris and thre Y. M. C. A. men will b with them. Friday night Mr. Harris will join in u camp fire meeting with the local scouts, stories will be told by the boys around the fire and a prize given for the best story. A lunch will also be served ut this time. Saturday these four leadets will hold a conference In tho school auditoiium with S. S. teachers and day school teachers and with all who are interested in the leadership of boys. Sunday morning these workers will occupy the different pulpits of our churches while Sunday night all four of them will hold a union service In the school auditorium. arlnklna; water curea anil prevenu cholera, diarrhoea andotbercblckdlaeake. Oo toe bottle makes IS rallona o( meuieioe Al all Jrucrlata. Pauiple and booklet on ''Dl- cascaot yowla" kent fit EC Bourbon Remedy Co. B01HB0N POtlTRY CL'SE down a chick 'a throat cures A tew dropa In the Of r), Southern Railway of the South ' biisrta, I; Sold by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. For full Information, see Ticket Agent. Southern Railway or write B. II. Todd, District Paiten-ge- r Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville, Ky. SUBSCRIBE FOR The Central Record 1O0O Pony Coupons given with usually only coed a them strong and healthy DoIIcaio Children l food tonic to make every subscription, New or Old. MiaiM0 lbpepApAt;,s la lint nnlv 111 Iwwf. frvvl 1nnn Kit 4 pleasant to take. Bold only by us. R. E. McRobtrts Cm The undersigned hereby pve warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful Isst extent of t- - law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. It. L. Elk in Ed & N 11 Price Mrs. Itebecca J. West. W. It. Cook. James G. Conn, H. O. Arnold. J, C. Morgan, J. I', Bland. W will add other names for 25 cents cash. POSTED ington pike at $10.00 To Insure A Living Colt. Ikey Boy is n brown Jsck, C years old, 15) hands high, has extra heavy bone, splendid body and fine head and ears. Ho has made ono season In the county and has proven to be a good breeder. I'EDIGItEE Ikey Boy was sired by Jonah, 16 hands high, a very large bone Jack, was sold to Stanper, of Missouri, and considered a great breeder. Jonah sired by Grlgg's Tom, he by Curtis' John Morgan, he by Marmaduke. Jonah's first dam by' Tuscarorra. Ikey Bov'a first dam Lucv Mocul. she bv Tom Curtis' greiif. Jenret Jack. First dam aiogui uriggs, ty uriggs lorn, he by Bob Lee, he by Kickapoo, ho by Compromise, he by Tippacanoe, he by Black Hawk, he by Imp Warrior. Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with, or bred to other I will also ullll! THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. A. K Surplus $30,000. Vice I'rei'U S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. ClLL, JENiJY. President J. It. T E. STOItMKS, JubrV, Asa't Cashier. stock. and place stand a good Peavlne horse at $10.00 to insure a living colt. at same time Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. ASHBY ARN0L0 WE SOLICIT 'YOUB BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex It. Denny. J, II. Posey, J. E. Stormea, S. C. Dnny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Director!. TiTCentral Record, Thursday April 22, 1915 j Page 3 Paint 1 00 Marsee Grant 4 da 3 00 Kersey Bradley hours work " 3 00 Hammack Robert 4 da work Uatty CmtI Dtji. Flanerr Canner 4 da work 1 CO Marsee George 4 da work & hlg 4 00 Kelley James 2 da work 9 00 Hamilton J. IL 4 da Overseer Fryer Tom 4 da wrk & hauling Richmond, 1st. Monday. 2 25 Kelly Webb 4 da work 3 00 Marsee James 3 da work A Paris, 1st. Monday. 1 60 Hall John 1 Ida hlg Foster Jim 2 da work 1 60 King Frank 4 da work 3 00 Montgomery Ike 4 da " 3 00 Hall Den 2 da work Same 2 da hauling Frankfort, 1st. Monday. 1 60 Kuhlman T. U. 4 da work 3 00 Milton Tom 3 da hlg & 4 da work' 7 60 75 Hall John 2 da work Ford B. 1 da work Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. CO 1 CO Kennedy Lynn 4 da work 00 McQuerry Joe 2 da 1 3 work 75 Hall Amon 2 da work Ford Lie 1 da work lxlngton, 2nd. Monday. 1 60 Kennedy Mote 4 da work 3 00 McQuerry H 4 da " & hlg 9 00 Stanford, 2nd. Monday. C 00 Humphrey Cecil 2 da work Fox Dob 4 da work 2 da hauling 1 60 Kennedy John 4 da work 3 00 Mullina Thornton 4 da " 3 00 3 00 Humphrey John 2 da work V Fain Walter 4 da work Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. 1 CO Kinder Willie 4 da work " 3 00 Mason Eph 4 da 3 00 3 00 Humphrey Lewis 2 da work Fain Ruthcrfonl 4 da work Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. 1 CO King George 3 da work 2 25 McQuerry Wm 4 da " 3 00 6 00 Humphrey Mose 2 da work Fain Walter 4 da hlg Danville, 3rd. Mondr. 1 60 Kennedy Tersie 4 da work Same 2 da hauling 3 00 3 00 3 00 Humphrey Floyd 2 da work Faulkner Dill 4 da work Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. OFFICE 3 00 Klncaid Geo 1 da work 75 Mathews L. L. 2 da Overseer Hendren O. II. 2 da hlg 2 00 3 00 Nlcholasville, 3rd. Monday. The following Is complete list of the Faulkner Irvine 4 da work 1 CO McMillan Lige 1 da 3 00 Kavanaugh Wade 2 da work CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. claim, allowed by the Fltca! Court of Faulkner Wm, 4 da work work 75 Same 4 da work 3 00 Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. " 75 Mitchell Dwlto2da 1 CO 3 00 King Wealey 1 da work 3 00 Harris George 4 da work Residence Phone 41 Garrard County at the regular October Faulkner Andy 4 da work Office I'hone 69 Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Mitchell Bradley li da " 1 12 work 2 25 Locker Owen 1 da hauling 76 2 00 Hammack E. G. 3 da Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. Term. 19H up in and Including me Faulkner Dill 3J da work LANCASTER, KV. " Wm 4 da 3 00 Lane Tom 1 da work & hauling 3 00 2 25 Mathews 3 00 Hurt Willie 4 da work Ferguion Wm 4 da work LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. April term. 1916, viz. 2 GO Land Frank 2 dn work & hlg 3 00 4 60 Moore J, M. 2 da hauling 3 00 Holman Russell 31 da work Faulkner Abe 4 da work Winchester, 4th. Monday. Claims for work on uounty roaua. 4 00 Land Hiram 2 da worn Same 2 da overseer 2 00 1 CO Monticello, 4th. Monday, 9 00 HufT Wilson 4 da Overseer Furr W. IL 6 da hlg St 2 teams (Continued from lat weekl 3 00 Lawson Mose 4 da work 3 00 3 00 Millar Perry 4 da work 4 00 HutTman Price 4 da work Versailles. 4th. Monday. Faulkner D. W. 4 da overaeer 3 10 3 00 2 25 Faulkner John 4 da work 3 75 Miller Eli 2 da hrulin Same 2J da hauling Davla J. II. 11 da hauling 3 00 Holtzclaw Frank 4 da work 1 80 1 60 Same 2 da work 4 CO Dallev Jasper 2 da work 3 00 Hammonds Grant 3 da hlg (1912) 4 CO La no D. M. 3 da hauling Forbes M. II. 4 da work 1 87 3 00 Lakes Green 4 da work work 3 00 3 00 Mitchell C. W. 2 da Davis JefT 21 da work Forbea Llah 4 da work 3 00 Hammonds Sol 4 da work " 3 00 Lawson J D. 3 da overseer 3 00 2 25 Frederick Elmer 4 da work 3 00 McCulley Lewis 4 da Doty Lewis 3 da work 3 00 Hurt Sale 4 da work ' 2 25 Lear Dennis 2 da work 6 00 2 25 Furr W. II. 4 da hauling 1 CO Masters Ira 4 da hlg Daily John 8 d work 6 00 Hicks James 1 da work Si hlg li. H Morrow, Ormluate Optician 1 CO Same 4 da overseer 4 00 2 25 Farra John M. 4 da work 160 Davla Hardin 3 da work Lamb Mack 2 da " 3 00 Humber Chas 2 da work Ulaitte Fund. H.ll.l.ction (loaranutd. 1 CO 3 00 Lane Ed 2 da " ICO Murphy Lewis 2 da work 1 da hlg 2 25 Duncan II. K. 2 da work 3 00 Humphrey Walter 4 da work Farra Earle 4 da work 1 60 3 00 Finley Milton 3J da work 1 60 Masters Willie 2 da work Duncan Everett 4 da work 2 C2 Henderson W. A. 4 da wk & 2 hlg 6 00 Leavcll Tom 2 da " G 00 3 00 Fisher J. II. 3 da work 2 25 Miller J, II. 4 da work 2 da hlg Dean Harrison 4 da work 2 25 Hoskins Ed 4 da Overaeer & 4 hlg 4 00 Layton Stephen 3 da work 3 00 3 00 Foater Lucas 2 da work 1 60 Miller A'rch 4 da work 1 CO Hendren "Raymond 4 da wk & hlg 9 00 Layton Mike 2 da Dean Irvln 4 da work 3 00 1 05 Lewis Dob 4 da 3 00 " 3 00 Mitchell Dob 4 da work Duncan Edgar 4 da work Gulley Huston 3 da work 2 26 Hoover S. F, work houra G 00 3 00 2 26 " 3 00 Mitchell Charley 4 da work Lewis Ike 4 da Doolln Jame. I da Work & nig 6 00 llounahell F. M. 4 da hlg Gobhart D. L. 4 da hauling Fine Cut Flowers. 1 60 3 00 4 00 Lane Dill 4 da 1G bridge sill " 3 00 Manuel Corb.4 da work Denny Wm B. 2 da work 3 00 Henderson J. R. Same 4 da work da work 2 60 3 00 Same 2 da hauling 3 00 M. 4 da work 3 00 McQueuy R. M. 3 Dolllna Jamca 2 da work & hlg 1 60 Hounshell 1 ua hauling Same 1 60 3 00 1 12 Logan Jim (col) 2 da work 1 60 McQuerry John 4 da work Holland Pete li da work John M. Dolllna Jess 2 da work 1 60 Green John 2 da work 1 60 3 00 1 87 Long Wm. 4 da hlg 4 da work 9 00 Morgan Gilbert 4 da work Harlin John 21 da work Duncan John 2 da work 1 60 Samo 1 da hauling 75 75 1 da work 75 Long Frank 4 da work 3 00 Manuel A. J. Jr. 1 da work Davla Sam 1 da work 1 60 Hudson Shirley Green Willie 2 da work 6 00 1 GO Lee James 2 da 4 60 Hereford Bull 1 60 Morgan G. A; 4 da hlg Dorton Albert 3 da hauling "J 1 60 Hurt Vernon 2 da work Green Dud 2 da work work 3 00 H. 3 00 4 da hlg 9 00 Land Wm 4 da 3 00 Miller Joe 4 da " Same 4 da work 1 60 Hoskins W. C Green Homer 2 da work SEASON 1915. 3 00 3 00 9 00 Land Dill 1 da " 75 Mitchell Herbert 4 da " Dorton Jim 4 da work 3 00 Helton John 4 da hlg Gabbard Oscar 4 da work " 1 60 4 60 9 00 Logan Howard 1 da work, 1 da hlg 2 25 Miller George 2 da Same 3 da hauling Attorney-At-La- w Grimes Iia 2 da work 160 Hawley Ira 4 da hlg 3 00 3 00 Lee W. B. I da work Helton Carle 4 da work 75 Miller Joe 4 da hlg With 2 teams ,7 60 Dorton Kinnalrd 4 da work Kobt. 4 da work 3 00 Gaatineau 3 00 Two miles from Lancaster on the 4 12 Lane Ben3 da hauling Hoskins W. C. 185 feet lumber 2 25 4 GO Montgomery Oaks 4 da work Dunn Elmer 3 da work G 00 Same 4 da hauling Ofllceson Danville Street Richmond pike. 9 00 wrk 2 G2 Head G. P. 31 da work 2 25 Green 3 00 Montgomery Mug 4 da Dunn Dob 3 da work Same 4 da work 3 00 J. G. 4 da work over Post Olllcc. " 9 00 1 60 2 25 Lee II. D. 4 da Hounshell Norm 3 da work 3 00 Montgomery Henry 4 da Dennis Llsh 2 da work work Gastincau J. M. 4 da work 3 00 Office I'hone 34. R. E. 1 60 1 60 Harold Edwin 31 da work 2 62 Leavell Rhodes 4 da " 3 00 Montgomery Marion 2 da " Dennla Willie 2 da work G 00 Grow Earl 4 da hauling " 1 60 3 00 4 3 hlg 8 CO Land Jamea 4 tfa " 3 00 Montgomery Elgin 4 da Delaney Iaarah 2 da work Grow Earnest 4 da hauling 6 00 Humphrey Clate da wk & da 3 00 75 Hall Finley 3 da work " 2 25 Lamb Sam 4 da 3 00 Morris J. II. 4 da Duncan I. D. 1 da work Grow Earl 4 da work 3 00 " " C 00 3 00 . " Humphrey Wm 3 da h)gSi Overseer 8 60 Lamb Alex 4 da Doty I, G Jr. 2 da work & hlg 3 00 Morris Allen 4 da 1 60 Grimes Dillie 2 da work " 3 00 1 50 Middleton James 4 da 3 00 Green 2 25 Land John 2 da " Dally Jack 4 da work Jack 4 da work Si i da hlg 3 75 Humphrey Homer 3 da work Train Schedule At Lancaster, Kj. 3 00 3 00 Grimes 3 00 Lackey Will 4 da " Daily J. T. 4 da work da 3 00 McBath Jay 4 da Jas 1 da work ' 76 Hagcr Hersey 4wk &work hlg 9 00 G 00 Deavell Jonas 4 da 3 00 " Hill 3. A. 4 da Dally John 4 da work 2 da 3 00 Manuel Tom (1912) 6 da hlg G 00 Gutherio Charles 4 da hauling Arrive. da work & " 3 00 Leavell Clell 4 da Ham Den 4 da work 3 00 Gay C. G. 1 da work Dally Wilbert 4 da work 3 00 Morgan Cephas 3 75 No 10; 6:00 a. m. 2 ha hlg 1 60 5 62 Liok, Ham J. S. Jr. 2 da work 21 da hlg G 75 Lake Fad 4 da " Kontuoky Davla Thompton 2 da hauling 3 00 75 Grow Oran 1 da work 1 60 3 00 To Maysville, connecting at Richmond work 2 00 Lake George 4 da " Dally Tommy 2 da work Harkwick Frank 2 da Overseer 3 00 McQuerry 4 da 1 CO Gayhart Dill 2 da work " 3 00 with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; 1 60 6 00 Lake Jake 4 da work Henderson J. R. 4 da hlg 3 00 Maston John 4 da Dally Arthur 2 da work 1 60 Gayhart Corbett 2 da work da wk & hlg 6 62 at Winchester with C & O to Lexing1 60 00 Lake Link 1 da work 75 Moss W. E. Humphrey Herman 4 da work 3 Davla Newton 2 da work 3 00 Gross Dill 4 da work work I 87 ton Si Frankfort, Mount Sterling & 1 60 3 00 Middleton Buck 2 2 da 3 00 Lemay Doole 4 da work Davla Freeman 2 da work 3 00 HutTman Hen 4 da work Lee 2 da hauling Gastineau 1 87 Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. " da 1 60 1 CO Lear Joe 4 da work HutTman Taylor 2 da work 3 00 Middleton Bob 2 Davia Hunter 2 da work G 00 Gastineau Grover 4 da hauling No 71; 835 a. m. " 4 60 1 60 3 00 Long Lige 4 da work Hendrickson Ed 4 da work 3 00 Moss Bill 3 da Davla Harmon 2 da work 3 00 Same Dridge timber To Rowland & Stanford connecting 5 25 1 CO Lawaon Jake 4 da work 3 00 3 00 Moss Walton 3 da wk 2 da hlg Huffman Grover 2 da work Denny George 4 da work Physician and Surgeon. 4 00 Same 4 da overseer wrk 2 25 at Rowland, L & N to all points South 3 00 4 37 Middleton John 3 da 6 00 Long Johnnie 1 da woric Dillon C. A. 4 da work 2 25 Hicks John da wk & 2 da hlg Graves C. W. 3 da work " 2 25 1 60 No 23; 11:04 a. m. 4 i?a wk 4 da 2 25 Moss Silas 3 da Dozier J. L. 2 da work Lamb Cricket 3 da work 3 00 Henderson Sam Graves Woods 4 da work 387-BUCKEYE. KY. Doiier Jim 4 da work Phone 6 00 To Richmond, connecting with L & hly & 3 posts 10 00 Lamb Oliver 3 da work 2 25 Moody James 4 da wk 2 da hlg 3 00 3 00 Grant Elijah 4 da work 1 87 N to Irvine & Beattyville, da wrk Lexington 2 25 Grow Willie 4 2 25 Mack Will 2 3 00 Lamb Dave 3 da work Uozler Jeaa 3 da work Prompt Service day and night. 3 00 Hedrick Ed 4 da work da work " 2 62 & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. 1 05 Mitchell Jerry 3 2 da 3 00 3 00 Loean Charles hours work Dixie Tom 4 da work 9 00 Hurt Frank 4 da work Grow Ed 4 da work & hlg " 1 12 1 05 Mophln Hiram 1 2 da & Overseer 10 Oo Long Earle hours work 300 Golns Itobert 4 da work Duncan Joe 4 da work No 70; 11:50 a. m. 3 00 Hall Joe 4 da hlg " 3 00 1 05 Moberly Ed 4 da 3 00 Gafney Hampton Ike 4 da work 3 00 Long Dave hours work Duncan J.ia 4 da work To Richmond, connecting with fast 3 00 Rush 4 da work " Meadows Millard 4 da 00 train to Cincinnati. 3 1 05 3 00 3 00 Long Emmet houra work Dean Ililney 4 da work Gillisple Enoch (col) 4 da work 3 00 Hopkins Frank 4 da work 4 00 1 05 Mitchell Alex 4 ds wk 4 sills 0i 25 3 00 3 00 Locker Owen i da hlg Hopkins Andres 4 da work Dunn Joe 4 da work No 27; 2:09 p. m. 1 CO Gillispie Owen 1 da hauling 75 1 05 Merchant John 1 da work 3 00 House Robert 4 da work 3 00 Locker Burch work houra Dunn Will 4 da work To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Gay II. S. 2 da work 2 da hlg 4 60 3 00 Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling 1 05 McCoy Troy 4 da work 6 76 W. 3 da hlg & 2 Locker Wllburt work hours FUNERAL DIRECTOR Dunn Den 4 da work 2) hlg 1 60 Holtzclaw J. Gay John 2 da work 1 60 Mullins Robert 2 da " 9 00 Layton J. IL U da work 3 00 Dunn Jim 4 da work teams 1 12 Green, and at Bardstbwn Junction to Office Over National lUnk. 1 60 Gay John (1913) 2 da work 1 " 75 Bardstown & Springfield. 3 00 Holtzclaw J E4 d hie & Overseer 10 00 Lee A. D, 1 2 da work Dunn Iaon 4 da work 112 Moss Rufas da " 1 60 Coins Charles 2 da work Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 Moberly John 4 da 3 00 3 00 Dennia Frank 4 da work Halcomb B. IL, 3 da work 2 25 Lane Mitchell 11 da work 1 12 No 9; 8:42 p. m. 1 60 Glaaa & Glass 1 da work & hlg LANCASTER, KY. Mophln John 3 da " & hlg 4 60 3 00 Hager Arthur 4 da wrk & 4 da hlg 9 00 Lear Speed 11 da work Durham Bradley 4 da work 11 To Stanford, connecting with fast 1 05 Grow E. P. work in hra 1 60 Miller Charley 2 da work 3 00 Layton C. B. 2 da Overseer Denny Clel 4 da work 3 00 2 00 train to Bristol & Atlanta. 3 30 Hurt Jeaa 4 da work Grow Walter 11 da hlg 4 60 Miller Alex 2 da wrk & hlg 3 00 Lee Wade 2 da work Doolin S. It. 4 da work Overaeer 4 00 Hurt Wilaon 4 da work 1 60 4 60 Globs 8. L. 2 da wrk & hlg I Munsey Jerry 4 da work 3 00 1 60 3 00 Lane Felix 2 da work 1 60 Same 1 da hauling Harris Shirley 4 da work 1 60 Gilliam Geo 2 da work .. t 8 to 12 a. m. Phone McQuerry Robt4 da " 3 00 C 00 Doolin Herman 4 da hauling Hager Coney 4 da wrk & da hlg 9 00 Lane Ollie 2 da work 1 60 yjmn nou" 1 lto4-7tp. n) 2 25 229. Green John 1 da work & hlg 9 00 Sam 4 da " & hlg 2 25 3 00 Layton Billy 4 da work Dailey Wilbert 3 da work Hume Trav 4 da work 3 00 McQuerry 75 Willie 1 da work Green 3 00 Middleton Wm 4 da " 4 CO 3 00 Long Jease 4 da woric Hughes Pard 4 da work Davia Enoa 3 da hauling 3 00 75 Green Homer 1 da work M K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Davia Cleve 4 da work 4 da " 3 00 3 00 3 00 Lamb Mack 1 da work Hamilton Dill 4 da work 75 Meadors Crit 3 00 Green George 3 da overaeer Montgomery Tom 31 da wk & hlg 7 87 3 00 Hensley John 4 da work Davla Jeff 4 da work 3 00 Lee M. G. 4 da 3 00 work Dtdtrt Of Dedal Svterr. 2 25 Grow Lee 3 da work 3 00 Noah Jr 4 da work 1 87 3 00 Davia Finn 4 da work Halcomb Billy 2i da work " 2 62 Marsee Ledford Speed 31 da 6 37 Gulley Jeaae 21 da work & hlg 1 60 " Offices stormee BnlldlnteTet II art A Aoder 2 1 87 1 CO Leavell Jim Day 1 da Davia Sam 2i da work Hicka Tom 2 da work " 75 Marsee Joel da 3 00 Guynn Dill Jr 4 da work kd'i rnrnliart Store. 3 00 Moberley Chas 4 da " 75 Doty Jerry 1 da work HutTman Scott 31 da work 2 62 Lawson Wm 31 da hlg 4 da wrk 8 25 3 00 Guynn John 4 da work , KENTUCKY. LANCASTEU, 1 CO Mahofney Harve 2 da " 9 00 3 00 Long Morris 2 da work Ham Millard 4 da work Delaney Jake 4 da work Si hlg 1 CO Gafney Walker 4 da wrk & da hlg 7 60 75 No, 10 Cincinnati Express, Marshbanks Bill I da " 3 00 3 00 Long Willie 2 da " Bradley 4 da work Dickerton Jamea 4 da work 1 60 1 50 Ham 4:30 a.m. Gafney Harriaon 2 da work daily 1 CO McKinney Geo 2 da " 1 60 LongReather2da" 75 Dickeraon Ed 1 da work 1 60 3 00 HutTman Charley 2 da work Spe Garland Geo 4 da work Maddock Arthur 2 da ", hlg, ovr 5 00 No, 4 3 00 Dunn Jim 4 da work 4 12 Lane W. L. 4 da Oversetr 4 4 00 3 00 Hagar Luther da wrk, li hlg 6:03 'a.m. cial, daily Grant Walter 4 da work . D. 1 60 Moberly Zeke 2 da " 3 00 Dueraomllarry 4 da work G M 2 da hlg, 2 da ovr 5 00 Lanham Elmer 3 da work 2 25 3 00 Henderson Graham D, 4 da work (1913) 2 da wrk 1 GO No. 28 Blue Grass Special, 3 00 Doolin John 4 da wotk 3 00 Leavell James B 4 da hlg 2 teams 12 00 Montgomery A O, Henderson Gaines 2 da hauling 3 00 Graham Eugene 4 da work dally except Sun..6:08 a:m. 1 CO Miller John 2 da work 1 60 Dunn Geo 2 da work 1 CO 4 00 Same 2 da work Same 4 da Overseer 3 00 Graham Tom 4 da work 1 60 No. 14 Carolina Special, Morgan Everett 2 da " 3 00 Duncan Joe 4 da work 1 CO Leavell Tom 1 da Higgina Frank 2 da work 75 work 3 00 7:00 a.m Graham Taylor 4 da work daily 76 Morgan Clyde 1 da " 3 00 Davia Jno 4 da work 1 60 Ledford Millard 4 da " 3 00 Office at Ralney'i Livery Stable. G 76 Hester James 2 da work Gibson Leonard 1 da work 1 60 No. Local Express, daily 1:35 p.m. Moping Louis 2 da " 3 00 1 60 Ledford Robert 4 da Dudderer Will " 3 00 4 60 Heater Oacar 2 da work Goina Lewis 2 da work -- 9 00 No. 2 Cincinnati Limited, Kentucky Dudderar Clarence 4 da work McQuarry A. H, 4 da " & hlg Lancaster. 3 00 4 CO Lamb Vernon 4 da work 3 00 o or. Ham Ben & Son 3 da work Coins Dob 3 da work 5:20 p.m. 1 12 dally McCulley James li da " 1 60 2 da work Dudderar Jamea 75 3 00 j go Hounshell Grover 3 da wrk, 1 hlg 3 75 LeSVell Hsyden 4 da work Garner George 2 da work 2 25 No. 12 Royal Palm, dally.. 5:37 p.m Marshbanks Steve 3 da " Deahon Porter 4 da work &4 da hlg 9 00 llounahell Pete 3 da wrk, 1 da hlg 3 9 00 Leavell W. K. 4 da work & hlg I 12 Gooch Charley 11 da work 1 87 McKinne, Andy 2i da " Durham Jamea 4 da hlg & Ovar , 10 00 25 Leavell Walker 4 da work 3 work 3 00 75 llounahell Jamea da Gill Willie 1 da work Express, Mosier Ollie 2i da " & 21 da hlg 4 12 No. 5 L o c a 2 25 Davia Frank 2 da wrk 1 da hlg 1 60 Logan Hounshell Ballard 2 da work 3 00 4 da work John 75 1 87 Same 1 da hauling " 11:05 a.m. dally 1 12 Davia Sid 1) da work 2 25 Layton Jesse 21 da hlg 4 da work 6 75 Hosier Steve 21 da Hounshell Call 3 da work 1 75 No. 11 Royal Palm, dailyll:20 a.m. 3 00 Gayhurt Steve da work Doolin Jeaa 4 da work (Continued next week) M, 4 posts. 4 da hlg 3 00 Layton Willie 4 da work 4 12 Hounshell F Si 11 hlg No. 1 New Orleans Lim3 00 Green Mart 21 da work Doolin John 4 da work 11 00 Layton and work 2 25 Robert 3 da " 1 87 Henry 21 da work 11:35 a.m. ited, dally C 00 Green The Sura Doolin Will 4 da hauling 2' 25 Lunsford Ben 3 da hlg 1 da work hlg 4 da wrk 7 60 1 87 liuit Lige Green Telly 21 da work No. 13 Carolina Special, A Wondaix Growing Kind Donahue Hugh 1 da work and hlg 2 1 60 Lemay Sale 2 da work Randal 2 da hlg & 4 da" 6 00 G 60 Hurt &. wk 10:15 p.m. dally Gabe Jones Is the moat truthful 75 Green George ac'ct for Ibr Donahue P. E. 1 da work 3 00 man I know of. 3 00 Lemay Amon 4 da work 4 da work SpeNo. 3 2 G2 Ison William 37 Hicks Dock 31 da work Denny George 1 da work 1 60 Bur lhn f rem your Into Md dealer. 3 00 LongJ. M. 2 days " 4 da work Luke Steve Why do you say that? G 00 Irvine 11:35 p.m. cial, daily 1 00 Hoskins George 4 da hlg It be caa't supply rw. wtlu tu direct. Donahue S. It. 1 da Overseer 1 50 3 00 Long Sam 2 da " Eli 4 da work Gabe Ho bad a black eye last week, No. 9 F LOUISVIU.C tuo CO G 00 Irvine 1 CO Hammonds G. II. 4 da hlg lorida Spe- Doty lloy le 2 da work Laulavese, Ky. got It, and ha ana Main " tnd & I da hlg 150 and .1 asked him bow ho 3 00 LongJohnie 2 da 11:52 p.m. clal, daily 3 oq Ison Rilev 3 da work 1 CO Hoskins George 4 da work ' Drite Ofietd 2 da work " 2 25 told me that a man nit him. 3 00 Long Pete 3 da No, 27 Blue 4 00 'Jennings Wm M. 4 da work Grass Spe 75 Hammonds J. II. 4 Overseer Davia Walter 1 da work 1 60 75 Lemay Duhle (1913) 2 da work 1 87 Jennings M. M. 1 da hauling cial, daily except 1 12 Holman James 21 da work Davia Nalaon li ha work Tha 8ilvtr Lining. 3 00 2 25 Leavell Ed 4 da'work 1 87' Jenkins Andrew 3 da work Sunday, urrives.. 8:15 p.m. 75 Hill Jessie 21 da work Those days are cold, but do not pout. Joe, 1 da work Davia 2 25 OC Lawson Kit 3 da " 6 Of this fact make a note: 1 GO Jonea Dave 4 da wrk & 2 da hlg For rates, routes and Information 75 Herring Fisher 2 da work Davia Willie 1 da work. 2 25 Lackey Chas 3 du " Tou never hear a thing about 3 00 6 62 Johnson David 4 da work call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, 7 60 Hill Tomas 2i da work & hlg Davia A. L. 3 da hlg Si overaeer Tha man who rocks tha boat. 75 , 3 00 Lee Charley 1 d " 1 CO Johnson Kobt 4 da work agent; 'phone 346. Davla Geo. 2i da wrk & li da hlg 4 12 Hammonds J, E. 2 da work 75 1 days " 2 25 Lear Lee 1 GO Jenkins Wm 3 da work Tha Wlaa Fool. 3 75 Hammonds Len 2 da work Davia J. II. 2i da hauling 1 12 " and hauling 3 00 Lear Will 1 da I have n full line of high-gra"Politeness costs nothing," remarked 1 60 Jefferson Crenol 4 da work 2 60 HutTman Lewis 2 da work Same 2i da overseer 75 tbo sage. 9 00 Letcher Tom 1 da work 3 00 Johnson James 4 da work & hlg Field Seeds which I Same 1G posts at 30 & 4 p at 60 6 80 Halcomb John 4 da wprk "5 "Maybe that s tbo reason wny most 3 00 Letcher Martin 1 da ',' 1 60 Johnson Andrew 4 da work 2 25 Harlan Anderaon 2 da work am oilcrini! at very attracEaat Othol 3 da work 75 people bare no so for It," added the 3 00 Lear Ed 1 da work 1 60 Johnson Ed 4 da work 3 00 Hacktey Robert 2 da work D. E. 4 da work Eatridge tive prices If interested, fool. 6 00 Ledford C B 850 ft lumber, at 3 00 Jonia Fred 4 da wrk & 2 da hlg 1 60 Hurt Smith 4 da work Eaaon Ed 2 da work 13 25 $12.75 and nails 60c ask for samples and prices. 4 00 3 00 Jones McD. 4 da overseer 1 60 Hudson Sam 4 da work Huhl Eatea A. N. 1 da hauling . .75 2 25 Maguire Thoa 1 da work 3 00 Jennings Hamilton 3 da work 1 00 Ham Elmer 4 da work "It la funny thins." aald Dill Same 1 da ovtrseer Bush Nelson, W. " 3 00 To his friend. Mr. Numan; 3 00 Mayfleld Fred 4 da 2 25 'Johnson Ed 4 da work 9 00 Halcomb Steve 1 da work Sz hlg Edwarda Jack 4 da wrk & hlg "Tha roan wbo'a wearing- ear muffa will " .75 3 00 Mathews Silas 1 da Kentucky. 75'jarvis G. H. 4 da work Lexington. Imagine ha Jooka human." 0 00 Hill Tom 1 da work Elam G. W. 4 da hauling 1 CO 3 00 Mathews Jasper 2 da " 75 'Jones Comer 4 da work 4 00 Hill Lusk 1 da work Same 4 da ov.raeer 1 60 1 60 Mathews McKlnley 2 da " . Fairy Talaa. (col) 2 da work 3 00 Jones Tom 3 00 Humes Walter 4 da work Elam Levi 4 da work 1 50 3 00 Mathews James 2 da " "Pleased to meet you." 3 00 Jones Dob 4 da work 3 00 Humes Amon 4 da work Evana Martin 4 da work "1 bad to work late." 3 00 3 00 Miller Henry 4 da 9 00! 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P. 4 da Overseer Elkln Kobt 2 da work 2 25 " "Out you can bt It'a au) Murphy Vady 3 da 1 60 6 75,Kfng Wm. 2 da work 1 60 HutTman W. L. 3 da work & hlg Elkin Dan C. 2 da work An Idle rumor doa mora work 3 00 1 CO Moberly J. A. 3 da Overseer 2 25 Kennedy Ed 2 da work Than anything I know." 3 00 Hoskins Den 3 da work Elmora John 4 da work 1 60 work 3 00 Morgan John 2 da 3 00 King Frank 4 da work 1 50 Humphrey Luther 4 da work Eaat Dan 1 da hauling 3 00 Namaa Is Namee. 3 00 Montgomery Dave 4 da " 1 60 Kelly Lige 4 da work 4 da hlg 9 00 Hiatt Will (col) 2 da work work Our first offering of the remarkable Eaat Jeaa 4 da " 3 00 D. Light runs a grocery store In Cin 1 60 Kldd Claude 1 da work & hauling 2 25 Mitchell John 4 da Emmona Tom 4 da wrk & 2 da hlg 0 00 Hiatt Jim (col) 2 da work 1 60 cinnati. " 3 75 Morgan John 2 da 3 00 Kelly Sam 4 da work & 1 da hlg 3 00 Humes W. H. 4 da work AND ALL THE FAMILY Potato Eaaon Jim 4 da work 4 60 Mammouth 3 00 Mitchell George 3 da hauling 1 60 King Marlon 4 da work 2 62 Hendren Jesse 2 da work Two and a half million readers find It of Eaaon Harry 3i da work 3 00 4 da work Same 6 00 absorbing interest. Everything in It Is 3 00 Kinnalrd John 4 da hauling 4 00 Harris Dill 4 da work F. 4 da overaeer 1 60 " Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Edglngton H. da hauling Nelson 2 da 3 00 Marsee 3 00 Same 4 da work Writisri So You Cm Understand It 6 00 Harold Homer 4 da work Furr W. H. 4 Garden. 160 3 00 McQuerry Porter 2 da " Wa sell 400.000 coplea every month without 3 00 Kinnalrd James 4 da work 2 25 Henry James 4 da work Foster John 3 da work gWiag; premium, and have no solicitors. Arty " 1 50 3 00 Metcalf Isaiah 2 da 3 00 Kinnalrd Harry 4 da work 75 Hicks Jim 2 da hauling newi aeaier will snow you a copy; or w rue ins For Infant asd CMldxea Write for free Catalogue. No Aflta. Foley Wm 1 da work " a postal will do. publisher for ma aaraplt 160 3 00 McLoar Alfred 2 da 1 60 Kavanaugh Mont 4 da work Same 2 da work 2 26 3 da work Fathergill Burley 3 00 III V Ovw 3 00 Meadows Anthony 4 da " A YaT4t 15c A COPY 1 60 Hughes Sam 4 da work 3 00 King Clayton 4 da work Fathergill Curtis 2 da work " 3 00 1 60 Mahan Quince 4 da 0 00 Kavanaugh Earnest 2 da work 1 60 Hamilton & Hamilton 4 da hlg Francis Richard 2 da work Papular Mechanics Magazine " 3 00 3 00 McSwaln Clark 4 da 6 00 Kemper Geo 4 da work 3 00 Hulet J. N. 4 da hlg Flowers Ed 4 da work Kentucky. Lexington. " 75 SUaatar of Mulling Louis 1 da 300 3 00 Kemper Tom 4 da work 3 00 Hammack Jack B da work 1915 Flanerv Jim 4 da work CARDS. CLAIMS ALLOWED 3r BY FISCAL COURT. Or. J. S. GILBERT. Honakers Clay 2 McRobertt. Kauffman, Registered Service $2.00 Cash. HENRY. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. L. & N. 2 DrW. E. McWilliams J. ft. Beazlev o9 Time Table. Danville. Ky. North-boun- Southern Rail Road. Or. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. I South-boun1 rbuy Gold Medal" SEEPS rtea ' ' FIELD SEEDS. . ' - STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruitand Shade Trees Pearl MECHANICS For Father and Son MAGAZINE CASTORIA Fr H.F,HiUenmeyerXSoni. 1841. ' 30Yn laafcaU ill m utailUlai a.' a manSft 'ha sfa2Mht .1 Jtfisw'iii, l ilill.1l Y1, n' JW . .4 wM'irWaV JL... ,Jtm L - Page 4 COMBINED STALLION. The Central Record, Thursday April 22, 1915. SQUIRREL SI 0.00 To PEAYINE Dyspepsia Tablets Will Relieve Your Indigestion R. E. MoRobtrta Stop! we enn, Look! , Listen! . i'1' j AiMJ TjattsaMT-SjLaa- ZZZ Squirrel Penvine is the best bred horso in Kentucky. His breed Penvine, Dcntnnrk, Stone Wnll, Black Dave, cross of Oiitlrhe and Old Pat Denmark. He will make the season of 1015 lit my barn one mile South of Buckeye on the Buckeye and Lancaster pike at They nre shipping horses nnd mules out of our country by the thousands mid is seems to me the best time In the world to raise all Insure a Living Colt. .I? Ik High Preston 6846. PEAVINE FARM Hay Stallion 16 hands, star, left hind ankle white, fine style and action; He will. make the season of 1915 at my fathers barn near Hackley. Kentucky, at $12.50 To Insure a Living Colt. HIGH PRESTON, C84G; sired by Carroll Preston, 4333; lie by Preston 922 by Washington M; by Cronwell 73; by Washington Denmark. Carroll Preston's 1st dam Daby Pence 7049; by Enoch Arden; 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont Forrest 2863; 3rd dam Daughter of Garrard Chief 22G3; 4th dam Gray Eagle. HIGH PRESTON (WIS; 1st dam was Queen Eaale, 11920; she by King Eagle 255C. he by Royal Ring 2555; he by Ontime 745. he by Stonewnll Jackson 72. Royal King's 1st dam Mol.'ie Mountz, 2584, was by the noted sire Cabbells .Lexlneton. V. S. Klnz Eagle's 1st dam Hip 3579. she by Eaglo Ulrd 1014, he hv Old Kirn? Eairle 750. 2nd dam Red Lion, 3rd dam Harris Denmark 45, 4th dam by Jim Dell. HIGH PKESTON C346: 2nd dam Lady Bird, she by Eagle Bird 1014, 3rd dam Motile 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, C. At MORGAN, 4663 Colt $7.00 to Insure a Liting Horse mi $8.00 For Mare Colt. C. Morgan is a black Jack, with white points, ICi hands high, coming seven years old and has proven himself a good breeder. C. Morgan by John Morgan. Jr.,3705; Morgan, he by was aired and is out ol an imported Jen net. John Morgan, Jr., out of Jennet by Joe Blackburn, he by 3rd Prince, he by 2nd Prince, he by Imp Prince, 1st dam Daisy by Dixie, she by Irvin Dixie by Kickapoo, 2nd dam Mollie Gray by Lord Wellington, 3rd dam by Importer. Dam Beecher Jennet. Lien retained on all colls for service fee. Care taken to prevent acci dents but not responsible should any occur. Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with or bred to other stock without permission. ' J. F. FOLEY, Hackley, Ky. 6827. Squirrel Penvine is n solid blnrk, 10 hands high nnd has as much style as Old Rex Penvine and can do just as much if handled a little. He has never been handled as n show horse but has won a good many ties. I will also stand a three year old Percheon horse at $8.00 to. In- 556 ACRES OF BLUE GRASS LAND sure a living colt. As executrix I will sell publicly, Also at the same time and place will stand THREE GOOD JACKS at 1915, MAY 12, WEDNESDAY, $3.00 for horses mule and $10. for mare mule. Lien retained on all colts for season fee. Care taken to prevent acci- on the premises the homestead of the Phone 333-dents, but not responsible shoutd any occur. late John J. Craig, deceased, known as Waveland, embracing 650 acres, situated In Boyle County, Ky., on the Danville and Hustonvllle turnpike, about one mile south of Danville, where are located the great schools for young Isdiea and young men, the Kentucky College for Women and Central University, and also a Preparatory School for boys, and two Modern Home of Champion Sire This farm Is within High Schools. 30 minutes drive of the passenger stations of the Q and C and Southern Hallways, at Danville, and of the I. & N By., at Shelby City. It Is composed Rex Peavlne 1790 Lucy Wells 0404, by Peuvine 95 of the best duality of Rluegrass soil. Best Bred and Best Breeding Sons ot Famous Sire. has been owned bv John J. Craig and his ancestry fjr more than 100 years. has never been tired or abused, is in a high state of cultivation, and contains vlrL'in soil, bemn and tobacco land. It is splendidly Improved with a residence, having brick spacious halls, verandas, furnace, and hot and cold water and bath. It has all necessary farm buildings, such as ser vanta house, stables, crib, carriage All and Ice house, and cattle shed. 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 sur rounded by magnificent forest trees, and to which is attached a lovely gar den, now planted, and In a high state yearling Futurity. LexingAuto Be King.... Winner of of cultivation. At the same time I ton. Ky.. Blue Grass Fair 1912. Also will sell a herd of splendid Polled Dur Fine Horse Trophy, same Fair 1912. ham cattle, composed of calves, beifers, Champion yearling, 1912. Champion r cows and steers, also somi work mules Beginning 1914. and horses, corn In the crib, carriages Mt. Sterling. Ky., showing thru and farming implements. to Kentucky and Tennessee State Fairs Sale will begin at 1:30 p. m., and the without defeat. cash, farm will be sold for Titu'illa Winner yearling Futurity Blue Grass balance of purchase price in equal in Fair. 1913. stallments In 1. 2. 3 and 4 year, with 6 per cent, thereon, payable seml-a3 Klimax Division Futurity, Winner twoyear-olnually, with Hen retained on the land. w Blue Grass Fair. 1013. Possession will be given immediately, and all leases and crop contracts will Winner Yearling Stakes Kentucky BlueiBlood Premises be assigned to purchaser. State Fair. 1913 and consistent winner O will be shown interested parties. in west this season. w BETTIE CRAIG, EiecHrix, Glengary form 1914 of Winner in Danville, Ky, several First prizes and stakes for Mr. James Greene, Louisville, Ky. PUBLJUALE Joe, Young Napo and Silver Silk will make the season 1915 at Ben Ham's barn, HyattsvlUe, Ky. Old Black OLD BLACK JOE black Jack, over 15 hands, extra heavy body nnd large bone and has proven to be an excellent breeder. The first mule that he sired, sold for $00 00 cash, at wennintt time. Any Jack that will sire a mule that sold for 100.00, Inst fall, deserves the patronage ol ld T. O. HILL, Buckeye, Ky. the county. YOUNG NAPO Tills Is a coming three that bids fair to make a splendid Jock. He is by Nnpoleon 3rd., the largest Jnck thnt I have ever seen and out of n John Morgan Jennet. He will be permitted to sene a limited number of mares. ALL PEAVINE 4092' SILVER SILK A 54 inch pony, beautifully marked with white and black. and large enough to lie useful not the play thing size. He Is a grand son of Dock Grey nnd out of nn excellent pony mare. They will each stand at $8.00 to A Lien Insure A Living Colt. S. II. ALDR1DGE, LANCASTER, KY two-stor- y retained on nil col's until season Is paid nnd the season is due from the man who bred mare If parted without our consent. Very enreful, but not responsible for accidents. E. B.HAM. HYATTSVILLE. i Duke Of Denmark, Jr This richly bred Saddle Stallion will make the season of 1915 at my stable on the Buckeye pike, about 2 miles from Lancaster. Ky., at the low price of three-year-ol- show-caree- $8.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. one-thi- n d PEDIGREE Duke of Denmark, Jr., by Duke of Garrard, he by the old Duke of, Denmark. First dam of Duke of Garrard, the House mare, she aired by old lllack Squirrel. First dam of Duke of Denmark, Jr., Anne Bell by Wal. lace Denmark, and out of Lady Morgan, by old Stonewall Jackson. The Duke is a beautiful rich red bay stallion, 10 years old and his proven to be a sure foal producer and a tine breeder of combined horses. See him before youlbrred. Lein retained on all colts for season money. cidents but not responsible should any occur. Care taken to prevent ac- three-year-ol- d CLARENCE BEAZLEY. BLEUCHER Record 229,. Trial I GOLDEN EMERALD King JIM OoMfn King Powell Peavine... Champion colt 1911 Kentucky Fair, winning three Qrst prizes. ing stakes. State Includ- RAT CORN 46158. 2:14. 190S. American Saddle Horse Breeders Association. Rich Sorrel Stallion, Foaled'1911 lUrrliaa Chid 1M(I Clark Chl.l my Lai Boyd Belle Red Claud 21J7 I I I f tnt O.o. IndlttuCblef Belle AbdaUah Frtoo' Yellow Jacket of 171S 112 Daushttr tr.or Wllkea I I)Ii7 Burnt CkilKS I I 6 w Bnurbou a Koieiaia queen 3SM Kate O'lUraa 1777.. j 1 0 n mueeu ol into mi I King SIM I I iKItirGrar I in. If.nttirkr ChUf Harrlion Chief 1WK Belle Beauty X Uiia fratber Harrlion Chief 1608 All Peavine is no longer an experiment, a 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 i what you want, you can get it intensified in All Peavine. FEE $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVE FOAL. Grass at 10 cents per day. Grain at cost. Shipping points, McKinney, Ky.. and Stanford, Ky, My personal attention given mares. All care taken .to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Will meet mares at Stanford tbat come from uRfT3AmrtlC& It Mummifies Them. Harmless to human beings or stock, kid your place of these without smell or danger. Order a today. Prices 50c and $1.00 ran, 6 pound Postage paid. $5 00. Rat Corn is guarantee to do all we live Half Brother to Lula Wallal(2j 2271. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 16 hands, foaled Standard Registered Vol 18. (D.tk.siihi I Hlra ol Mini iest can pall in Lancaster. o u w u 3 Alcron. til. IJl Ira of to, Noonday dam.ofu. Hi m ll.nl Hrouc irov iv.'.. nriiniuiDi Ilrral fclmo m. l).r Wilt, inn Hroo.1 M.ff. KrcoM t:l4 Mlr.ot Hlllr nark im'i. Ilarrf CI. J tvtaW. Xh.wrmjr l.iri. Ut.ilao Jrnnj Vlmj Slrvol I. dam otSo. c XorwtNMl B llruok Knmi dm! btood M.n I1 llroak l.fV Z.rrlor 1 Norwood sa. Btllbrout .ii:?t. tl. n. : I no H.arch-- ( . R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Ky. t .10, ic. 3, ltj CUjo r. J:IT: mil ol sl.fr to HII.Dl say Ky, Dan. of Wllion'a Denmark Gano Johnson, of Mt SterGolden Emerald was purchased by us from High-Cla- ss ling, Ky., who has bred as many high price horses as any man in Kentucky. His sire Golden King was sold a few months back to a syndicate of New Original Designs and Prompt SerYork men for $10,000.00. Con Golden Emerald stands 16 hands high, is a rich sorrel, stripe in face, two vice. Guaranteed Quality. Henry Moore, Assignee of Edd .hind feet white to ankles, will weight 1200 pounds. nections at all Granite and Marble Plaintiff. Owens, W. S. Em-br- y, Quarries. Golden Emerald will make the season of 1915 at the home of Oflice and Works on VS. three miles South East of Lancaster, at GOLDEN EMERALD J. 6827 HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in W. B. NELSON, Lexiatton. ASSIGNEE OF SALE GARRARD PEAVINE Will make the season 5 of 1915 anil lol:lo,,ic. HI,, ol Bf.n.l. York) Quaali Mli.l. 1 Hj ftiralhmoa rtruo K. n.llre ntllo Para of Rata p. t,?iv lltr R Ik ill Huilr h.lf MoDtleo Hi Brook Wllkra Nui-- -l vv).l.n: B.itr Clit . 'flVnll lli tlt'I Half Hl.i.r lo Janrif Cla. Hr Itarrr I'll. U. .ul Lilly Cl.jr Ham of nil. ol Hronk Moka tin; B.roK WllkrafTUk. Mr I j ll !:'.. 1:IS. R!dtrlr Monuments. i,W,rid l LAND. SI 5.00 occur. )4 To Insure a Living Colt. Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays Edd Owens and Others Telephone 1G4. A lien retained on colt for service fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent acciJents but not responsible should any Stanford, Kentucky. EMBRY KENTUCKY No. & YANTIS. Lancaster, Ky. GENTLEMAN S. H. R, Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. , It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. 5167 A. Is a handsome chestnut with beautiful mane and tail; is 15.3 hands and will ( weigh about 1,150 pounds; has the very best of feet and legs; good flat bone, broad sloping shoulders; short, stout Lack and a horse of the most wonderful endurance. He is an impressive horse, (thrilling still and is more so In mation; aeta hinaelfjust right, never touches himself any where and ha exceptional peed 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 clasa'at. I each place. Kentucky Gentleman has the qualities that are necessary to the produc- - j tlon of a perfect hors- e- color, size, style, speed, action, and endurance, and ideal breeding. He is afred by Chester Peavine 3184, by Hex Peavine 1T9C, by' Bex McDonald 833. Dam, Flora Carter 8419, by Bed Squirrel 53, by Black Squirrel 58, by Black Eagle 74, by King William 07. In ottering the services of this grand young horse to the public, I feel that I am giving them their money's worth. Give him the same class of marcs and I do not believe there is a horse in the State that will beat him producing high class colts (no matter how high the service fee.) Breeding to Kentucky Gentleman is no longer an experiment. Bting him a good mare and he will The undersigned hereby fT'ie warn get you an extra good colt. Do not take your mares thirty or forty miles to ing to all persona not to trespass upon breed when you have just as good hoiss right at home an for less than half our lands for any purpose whatever as the money. we will prosecute all offenders to ful law. Hunters and. Kentucky Gentleman will make the season at my home, one mile from tost extent of Stanford, on the Danville pike at $20.00 to Insure a living colt. Money due Fishermen especially take notice. R. L. Elkin when colt is foaled. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible Ed & N II Price Mrs. Itebecca J. West. W. It. Cook. should any occur. James G. Conn, II. 0. Arnold. J. C. Morgan, Edd Owens. We will add other names for 25 cents R. II. Tomllnson. Attr for Plaintiff. Stamford, Ky, cash. Suppose you come and tee the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. T13 Central Record. POSTED J. NEVIN CARTER, Defendants Pursuant to a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered in the ubuve stylea case at its March Term 1915 the unuerslgneu Assignee win on MONDAY APRIL 26. 1915 before the Court House Door in Lan caster, between the hours of 11 and 12 o'clock A. M.. this being County Court Day sell at public outcry to the highest ana best bidder trie following real This property is located in Garrard County Kentucky on the waters ot Sugar Creek and bounded as folllows: Beginning at a stone on east bank of Sugar Creek and on the west side of the road thence 8 731 E at C chains passing a certain line Sycamore tree on the side of a hill in all 92 chains to a post at end of wire fence thence with said wire fence S 67 E 1.20 poles thence S uoi "JO cnains tnence b'U 4.41 chains to a cost In a hollow thence down the hollow with a fence N 61 E 3.95 chains to a double black walnut ihnr N 11 W 3.41 chains thence N 151 W 2.55 chains to a post corner to Joe fierce lanu, inence wun nis line, with a fence. N 68 W 5.10 chains to a stone on top of hill thence N 6? W 3.70 cnains tnence n u i.w cnains thonca N 01 W 3 70 chains to a stone at fork of hill and on the east side of raid, and Creek, thence along the road at foot of hills &7 W 1.62chalns thence 8 381 W 0.82 chains thence E 251 W 3.63 chains to the beginning containing 16.36 acres. The object of said sale is to settle nn said assigned estate. Said sale will be made on a credit of 0 and 12 months' bearing 6 per cent interest from date of sale until paid. Said purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security, lien retained on the land to secure said Said bonds to have the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may Issue if same is not paid at maturity. HENRY MOORE. Assignee it te t Silent Brook 197K), J:l(4. sire of Billy Rurk Meadow Brook 2:001. my Shawbav 2.07. Zarrine 2:071, Betty Brook Emma Brook 2i00l. Lady stible at Mirkbury. Ky., at Kellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:10, Silent Brigade (2) 2:101. Margaret Bathgate etc. His dsm, Jenny Living Colt (1)2:111. etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) Clay, also produced Reddie Clay 2251, ami was irrandam of I 'rue 1. 6C03, is a fine in Garrard Peavine, Moko 21157, sire of Fereno 2:0!), (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Brenda dividual, good style and action. Sired Yorke (3) 2r0tf. (Futurity winner) (5) 2.1U. Native Belle (2) 2:071 (Futurity by Rex Pvine 179fs grand sire. Rex winner,) (3) 2inH (chsmpion (Illy, ) Manrico (3) (Futurity winMcDonald 833. 1st dam Gordo Lady ner.) Silver Silk (4) Susie N. (3) 2S.91 (Futurity winner,) Gomoko 2:10, 6330, she by Cerro Gordo 1022, he by Mobei 2:101. Mbchester 2:101. Momaster 2:11, Siliko )3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) Black Sqnlrrel C8. etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting, stallion,) Vito (4) 2:09,. Martha Tipton (4) 2:031. O'Neil (3) 2:13. etc. Brother to Bumps 231, Baton L. 2:10. etc. last quarter In Bleuchf r 40168, record 2.291, trial mile 2:1 ij. naif In wilt nJso at the same time and plate 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. He make th season of 1915 at greatly resembles his jjood aire Silent Brook and Is out of Clayo, by the great a Living Colt Fu(urity sire Moko. marked the exhaustion of foreign supply and we may ex- f to Foreign demand Try Vine by Rex Peavine 1796, 1st pect the call for our horses to continue long after the war is over. Our advice dam Guilty 9050. 2nd dam Illue Stresk to mare owners is to breed their mares and to breed them to stallions of merit 4SC3, by Curtis Peavine. by Peavine 85, and proven worth ns sires. Bleucher is just the tyw to produce the colts thst These are Doth combined horses and will supply the demand. His colts have proven fine, with nice head and neck the best In the country, being of the and plenty of bone and ccnformntlnn. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1915 at my stable in same breeding as the famous show horses, Edna Mae, Hazel Dawn. Jack Lancaster, Kentucky, at at $15. to Insure a TRY VINE Insure $1 5. I will also at the same time andpiace stand my big Jack, Straw. Etc. $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Morgan, Jr., was sired by John Morgan he by Marmaduke and out of an Import He has proven to be i ed Jennet. grea't mule Jack, is 151 hands high, This good bone and a fine Individual. Jack was bred and raised by Thos. Hill of Buckeye I hae a big type POLAND CHINA BOAR that I will stand for $1.00 cash or $1.50 when booked. Lien retained on all colts for service JOHN MORGAN, JR., 3705 at $10.00 to insure a living colt. John Barlowe I will also stand this beautiful Shetland Stallion for the season of 1915 my. stable In Lancaster, Ky., at at $10.00 To liwe.A Lmof Coll. I am prepared to take care of mares on grass s. fee. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Money due when colt la foaled or 'mare parted with or brd to other stock accidents but not responsible should any'occur. without permission. at lOcts per day. Lien, tained on colts for service fee, re- Care, taken to prevent NARK GOINS. Markrtury, Kentucky. PhORe 95. W. B. BURTON, LiMcaiter, Ky. - !ctys- - - --arrcTzar r t . - r - -- r l t Ml" iil., - 'fla . s The Central Record, Thursday April 22, 191 5 7 Page 5 Hamilton Valley. Mr. ......I price $35. Mr. and Mrs. Hamn MrOuerrv the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Underwnml war the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm Ilmler. wood last week. to die last weekt Mr, Ebb Ilentlev bousht 8 barred nf corn at $2.75 delivered. Mr. Mflvln Stinnett had n valuable. stallion to die last week. Holiness neonle had a linntlzlnir near Dripping Springs Wednesday. Rev. Pease will nrenrh nt School House Sunday May 9th. Mr. J, I. Hamilton of Lancaster was out here last week on bulsness. Farmers are maltlnir nrpnrilnn in plant out a large crop of corn this year. Mrs. J. I. Hamilton nf I.nnrnt er waa the guest of Mrs. J. II. Hamilton Mnn. day. Mr. Ebb Bentlev sold Mr. E. L. Wilson of Crab Orchard (1 J. T. Wells had a fine milk cow oi The Greatest Event Of The Season For Men. On the above dates we will present the greatest position of Men's Trousers ever held in this city. ex- Rheumatic Pains Relieved. Why suffer from rhetimntl.m relief may be had at so small a cost? Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., writes. "I have been sublect tn iiinrti f The fact that every pair is All the new weaves, new patterns and new models for the Spring and Summer of 1015 are here awaiting your MARX MADE eloy inspection. Truly the showing is, beyond any doubt the finest we have ever presented for your consideration. e Wc want you to see this exhibit of men's Trousers- - see our window display and then come in and look over the wonderful variety of patterns and fabrics. You won't regret it. high-grad- is sufficient guarantee of the best there is in workmanship and fashion. ThTsofMarx Made Clothes rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's Liniment alwava relievo. m im mediately, and I take pleasure in recommending It to'others." 25 and 50 cent bottles. For sale bv all dealers. international reputation as one of the highest "Class Clothing" concerns. Every single garment Is carefully inspected before it leaves this factory and is sent to you backed by a double guarantee ours and the makers.' BRYANTSVILLE Mrs. L. L. Cunningham ami rMMr-- n MARX MADE TROUSERS are the only Trousers made with the "Wunder Waist-Band- " patented Dec. 10, 1912. This device is the greatest single innovation ever introduced in trouser construction. No more torn belt loops; no slipping of the belt; no unsightly bulges over the hip. These are some of the things that are eliminated by the "Wunder Waist-BandAnd What Is Just As Pleasing THEY COST NO MORE. ." visited relatives at Salvisa recently. Miss Annett Jennimrs la this week to visit Mrs. Sam Haselden. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Kennpilv Crab Orchard last week for visit. Mrs. A. T. Christonher and rhIMr. n of Somerset, are visiting Miss Eliza Ison. More Than a Million Men Wear Messrs C. M. Dean and W. K. Davis sold a pair of mules to JV. B. Burton MARX MADE CLOTHES. LOGAN, ANDERSON & TOMLINSON, LANCASTER, EVERY KY. for $400 Little Miss Christine Swope who has been quite sick for several days Is very much better. Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard is in a visit to her sunt, Mrs. Marshal Guerant. Mr. Chas Henninger was called to Wavne Co last week bv the ..rim,. Illness of his mother. Mrs. Frank Campbell and daughter Evelyn, of Louisville, are visiting Mr. Louis-villef- CHILD DREAMS OF OWNING A SHETLAND PONY. 3 Buicks Sold In One Day Better Buy Now No More Cars After This month. mjf' and Mrs. J. C. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Tavlor Noa ing congratulations on the arrival of a nanasome son last Sunday morning. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Knae nf ton. Pa, came Friday fo- - an extended stay with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rose. fr.n. iS fiissssssssssssssssBHlfiiK CJ ' Every Single Dollar of The Difference Is In The Car The man who buvi his flrat car is too apt to believe that anything with four wheels and a motor U real automobile. He says to himself, "Here ii one car that sella at $KX) and another at $1,000. I can't see much difference In them. It must be that the thousand dollar car is built for the man who wants to put on itvle. lie may be willing to pay the ditference for the looks of the thins but I am not." Very few people, indeed, would be willing to Good enough. pay double price for any article if the stylo appeal was the only consideration. Hut in the automobile that sells for $1,000 and the one that sells for $500, EVERY DOLLAR OF THE $500 IN THICK IS IN THE CAR. I'ou would find the difference between a cooling system that will keep the motor amply cooled, even in the sultriest weather, er by means of a centrifugal pump, and one that depends upon different principle which doesn't do the work at all when the severe tests' of long hills, sand, mud and snltry weather are put upon it. You would find the difference between a system of bearings that are amply large and fully adjustable and a system of bushing and bearings that quickly wearput and the majority of which are susceptible of no adjustment whatever. You will find the difference between a silk mohair top and a cheap rubber one that would put the average buggy top to shame. And if you find these differences In these items, most of which are external, what amaiing differences would youcxpect to find on the inside of the cars, which you cannot see? In addition to these points of difference which are only a few of the hundreds that may be pointed out, vou will find on the $1,000 car a wall designed and dependable starting and lighting system, the same size tires all round, demountable rims and AiBBBBBBBBBWDSiBBBBBsW Several member nf went to Nicholasville Friday mtciiucu uie Lioage mere. Mr. David Rankin haa quite a number of shoats from different parties In this section at 6J cents a lb. Mr. W. C. Rose waa nver from T ington and spent the week-en- d with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rose at Lamp Dick Robinson. Mrs. Belle Davis returned to her home in Jessamine Sunday after visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis and Mr. Lodge niirh.i ASK FOR COUPONS AND HELP MARE THIS DREAM COME TRUE. The following boys and girls have expressed a desire for the pony ,and cart and they or tljelr friends have en tered their names as contestants In trading with the different merchants and business men, whose names appear below this, be ture and get a coupon and vote for your favorite. Pearl Crutchfield J. L. Manuel Jr, V. A. Lear, Jr. Isabella Terrill, William Renner. Fannie Tinsley. James Dorwin Sealf, Ben Uankin, Mary Blanche Conn, Johnnie Vanhook, Habv Sister Caneer. Eiiwln Kirk. William Embry, Chas. Bastln, Frances Grant, Lyle Prultt, Virginia Pearl Walker, Aleene Thomas, Bessie Grant. Mamie V. Davis. Clarence Hall, Elizabeth Conn, Loudella Peace, J. O. Bogie, Jr. I If you could separate the two cars into their 1500 component parts you would And a vast difference in value in every single one of thw parts. You would find the difference between real leather and an Imitation in the upholstering. You would find the difference between paint and varnish, carefully applied with a brush, and paint squirted on with a hose and dried in with a blast of hot air. You will find the difference between long, easy riding adequate springs and the veriest makeshifts of less than half the site and number. You would find the difference between a safe and dependable steering gear that will enable you to hold the road, no matter how rough, with a perfect safety, and one that takes your constant watchfulness with the chance of going Into the ditch or up- John "Bed" Smith, setting always before you. Vou would find the difference between a strong, well braced frame and one that allows the bodies to break In two parts just behind th front seat. You would find the difference between an oiling system that will give the motor oil just when it needs it in just the quantities it needs and one that feeds two cylinders more than they need' and gives the other two less than they need. scores of necessities for the safe and comfortable operation of your car, Ilase your purchase on the grounds of economy. The best is tlif cheapest in the long run. The cheap car has nothing to recommend it but price and the recollection of quality lingers long after price is forgotten. THE DIFFERENCE IS IN THE CAIt. So for as the Bulck car is concerned, we are willing to submit It to any test, no matter how far reaching, to any scrutiny, no matter how searching. We challenge any manufacturer or any dealer to show a car hn our price range that is better designed or constructed, thst, Is more economical In operation or powerful In Its performance on the roads. We urge the greatest care in buying Make us prove our statements. Ask the same thing of"every other dealer. Go Into the subject thoroughly and buy the best value. When you do this your csr will be a DUICK. Lucy V. Long, David Hamilton, Jane Brown, The Brvantsville Telenhone Cn has declared it's first dividend to the stock holders. This company has greatly imWillie C. Daniels, Leslie Sherrow, Hellena Perkins, proved the telephone service In this E. J. Oaks, Jr, Wilmoth Sutton, part or the county and it is now splen did. Miss Bernice Montgomery beinsr Henry Shelby Fish, Ituth Lane, most accomadating and efficient Clinton Ruble, Carrie Sutton, operator. Since the company paid a Ewell Ledford. Ida Sowder, If Homer Moberly, Elisha Cheatham, dividend of six tier cent It looka Grace Fathergill, Earl Ward Clark, it will soon be quite a paying proposi- Raymond Cox, Margaret Doty, George Brown, Gladys Conn, Allie Brummett, Nelson Conn, Elsie Brown, Burton last week. Mrs R. I. Burton is having a new Blaw Gas" plant put In his residence and it will be the first one in this county. He is also having a Water Works system installed and these lm. provements will make his home one of Robt M. Graves, the i.iost modern and handsome In this A. B. Estridge, vicinetv. and Mrs. C. M. Dean. Mrs. E. II. Ballard motnreil tr. I r. ington Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. K" Warner, of Stanfoid and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk. Mr. and Mrs. James Cnv. Mr. mt Mrs. Jonah Cox. of Kirksville, and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Burton, of McCrearv. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Harry urown, Marie Clark. dale UarK. Ethel Clara Dudderar, VALUE OF HYOMEI. It's The Safe Catarrh Read. Nottit Be sure and ask for coupons at the following Better For Head Cold. Do not endanger your health by tak ing strong drugs in tha hope of curing coughs, asthmas, head solds o r dan- places. MAHAN & CONN DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Ready-To-We- The "Rex" Theater, Good Pictures and Good Music, gerous catarrh that frequently destroys the hearing. Use Hyomei, a simple E. C. Gaines, Nothing but Insurance. combination of healing oils that you R. E. McRoberts, Drugs and Faints. breath through a small Inhaler. Its curative and medications J. W. Smith, The House of Quality. heap like magic clears stuffed-uHyomei quickly goes to all the sore Davidson and Doty, Groceries and Meats. and inflamed tissues lining the nose and Joseph Mercantile Co, Dry Goods and Ladles throatandits antiseptic healing begins at dull headaches, that distress once Garments. ing, choking constant sniffing, and unclean discbarges surely cease. Denny and Wheeler, Dental Surgeons. , Hyomei Is not only a pleasant treat itent but very inexpensive. Be sure to Haselden Bros, Everything in Hardware. get the complete outfitjthat contains InR. E. Mc haler and bottle of liquid. Miss Minnie Brown, The Latest in Millinery. Roberts sells it on the plan. Surely try Hyomei today The Central Record, 1,000 votes with each Subyou bay nothing to lose on this gen scription, new or old. era s offer. health-givin- g p ar Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday April 22 19 15. Everything In LADIES WEAR. J. x E. DICKERSON. Everything In LADIES WEAR. 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 Mpdels or Gathered Back effect? In any case, you will find here just the style features,. the colors and materials that you especially want. A Vast Array of Pretty New Spring Coats to Sell at Popular Prices. JJjJJf We also have great values in New and Stylish Footwear. Light tops of the most popular colors. Don't forget the wonderful values that J. E. Dickerson always gives. Bear in mind that we are the store csk trial give great values in Womens Garments for a moderate price. The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. J. Enured Member l a . ROBINSON. EorroR. R.L. ELKIN, Local Eilitor and Mjjr. the I'ou OOlca In Ijincxirr, Kj. Sccond-ClMull Matter. Kentucky Tress Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., April 22, 1915. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offiles ...$ 5.00 10.00 Por County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 for Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line the interFor all publications est of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, 10 per line 05 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Central Record is authorized to announce the following candidates for office, subject to the Democratic primary, August 7th, 1915. FOR GOVERNOR. Hon. A. O. Stanley. FOR CIRCUIT .IUDGE. C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. Chas. C. Fox, of Doyle county. FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. E. V. Puryear, of Bovle county. R. W. Keenon, of Mercer.county. J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. W. B. Mason. W. A. Doty. FOR SHERIFF. G. T. Ballard, Jr. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. H. Clay KaulTman. I am a candidate for County Court Clerk to succeej J. W. Hamilton the present Clerk. I have accepted The Chief deputies appointment in the office in order to making good on that announcement. He wrote tj a number of men and women prominent nationally in public welfare organizations to ask for their indorsement of the scheme and their advice in carrying it forward. The responses were most encouraging, the following, from Edward T. Hartman, secretary of the Massachusetts Civic league, being typical of them all: "I am greatly interested In the idea suggested in your expression that this 'clean up and paint up' campaign is to be pushed by two arguments, viz, that "It's Good Citizenship and Good Business", for I believe that this' states the only substantial basis upon which we may properly develop either citizenship or business'. The business which aims to accomplish int purpose by ignoring and even destroying good citizenship is short lived, and is fatal not only to it self, but to the community in general- You are in a peculiarly advantageous position to aid fn conservation and improvement, for paint is a direct means to the conservation of houses, also 'of the forests, and of many other things which we are going to have to conserve if we are not to permit ourselves to go to pieces as a nation. We cannot con tinue the present wasteful processes much longer." Being now convinced that he was on the right path, Mr. Clark now established the National Clean Up and Paint Up campai n bureau in St Louis and himself took the place of chairman. The rest, he says, was easy. Business and civic organizations, womens clubs, preachers and editors all over the country at once began calling on him for campaign plans and literature to spread the gospel of cleanliness, thrift and civic pride. The great idea has been taken up enthusiastically in thousands of American communities. Since Rev. Geo. A. Joplin, General Secretary of the Kentucky Sunday School Association, haj announced the success of the Day last year, and has presented plans for doing even larger things in the Sunday Schools of the state this year when an effort will be made on April1 25th to get an attendance of one million people in the Sunday Schools of Kentucky and hold one hundred thousand of the visitors for regular members, he haa received a large number of letters endorsing the movement and assuring him of the hearty of Christian workers in all parts of the State. Rev. David M. Sweets, Editor of the Christian Observer, writes, "The Kentucky Sunday School Association is rendering a real service to our state in making a permanent institution of Day. In 19H on May 3rd, through the interest aroused by the Kentucky Sunday School the attendance in Sunday Schools throughout the State increased irom v,uw to wu.wu. It is a very significant fact that 50,000 becamo per- manent members of the SundayScliools and many were added to the church membership. It is always wise to "shoot your ar-rows at the sun . They yo higher n n'mell at the cellar. The Sun-1 --- of the State ns well as the future of INTERESTING EXHIBIT. the Church depends upon the young people who are being trained now. The While thatfamousstallion, Kentuckys Sunday School is doing the training in Choice, will not be here next Monday, the things that pertain to righteous- there will be on display in the window ness. Its good work must be encour- of McKoberts Drug store, the winnings aged and the number of its members of this noted horse, which consists of must be increased until every child, in 440 championship ribbons and badges, Go-T- o tho State is in some school. besides about twenty silver cups. This Sunday School Day will help to do this. horse holds a wonderful winnirg record, A church which gives itself mainly having to his credit 433 blue or chamto winning new converts, as many pionship ribbons out of a possible 410 churches naturally do, is in constant shows. Don't fail to see them next danger of neglecting them when they Monday. Mrs. Richard Tasker Lowndes have been won. The Bible school has of Danville, is' the proud owner of a necessary place in the continued Kentucky's Choice, while Joseph Mcnurture after they have entered into Dowell, of Bellevue Stock Farm, has full membership In the churches. This entire charge of him this year is a phase of Sunday school work as FOR AUDITOR. FORMER ICE KING" TALKS Ff I . i. x mgMMllMHiiiHMwiWMMH John Rohrman Praises Remarkable Wotk ol Medicine Tanlac. BBb1bBbLV1BBBBBBBBBBbI t The Womans Club E!ilit lljrTIi Womtn.Clubi i Louisville, April 21 Almoit everybody in Imisville is personally ac- mJ&T (bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH acquaint mvtelf with the duties of Clerk and having fitted myself to take the examination required by law, I sincerely ask and solicit your support. E. M. Walker. Railroad Commissioner. last Fridny at at a meeting of the representatives of the twelve counties v forming the tier through Central from Kenton to Clinton. The officers selected were: President Edwin L. Quarles. of Lenington. Vice President George Bohon of Harrodsburg. Secretary-TreasurFrank B. Jones STANLEY of Lexington. To Launch Campaign May hi. The purpose of the Association's orFormer Congressman A. O. Stanley ganization is to place some responsible d force in charge of the and the probable nominee for the democratic nomination for Governor, an- advancement of the interests of the nounced Tuesday that he would open counties which are working for the his campaign in Frankfort May 1st. stlection of the Bluegrass route for the He has established headquarters at the Dixie Highway. The Association's program as map- Gait House in Louisville, and Judge S. W. Hager of Owensboro, will be his ped out lajt Friday is to gather together all the available information con-- , campaign manager. cerning the conditions along a proposed submit-- 1 I Bluegrass route which will be AT CRAB ORCHARD ted to th Dixie Highway Commissioners as the most desirable route for the Kentucky Bankers To Meet. thorofare. irreat Chicncro-.MiaThe executive committee's of Group j Tne Bluegrass route as llxed upon by 8 and 11 of the Kentucky State banks Uie representatives and organizers of have decided to meet at Crab Orchard thu Bluegrass Dixie Highway Associa-t- o hold the next meeting of these UciI)( wi 8tart at Covington and run grqups. the date fixed being June 4th. tllru Lexington, Crab Orchard and interesting auuresses will be made Somerset to a noint on the Tennessee. on this occasion and a pleasant and line from which point Jamestown, Tenn profitable meeting is anticipated by may be most conveniently reached. the members. The meeting will be at. In uddition to the officers, a steering tended by about seventy five bankers committee was named consisting of from both the State andNational banks two members from each of the counties of the districts. interested. This steering committee Ken-tucker closely-organize- yet largely undeveloped. The training of leaders from among the promising young people for the local church falls naturally to the Sunday school. The laymen of the churches need a wide field for expressional activity In real Christian service. The Sunday school alTords it. Let Lancaster respond to the call of ONE MILLION PEOPLE in the Sunday schools of Kentucky, this coming Supday, April 25, let us all help make this dream come true by going to Sunday School Sunday. We can We will In Lancaster. BLUE DIXIE HIGHWAY GRASS ASSOCIATION ORGANIZED. The Bluegrass Dixie Highway As sociation was organized at Lexington HON. ROBERT L. GREEN The above fact- - is familiar to thousands of Kentucky democrats. If "Bob" Green ever knew that any citizen needed any assistance in Frankfort during the last dozen years, that person is his friend, for he is never so pleased as when the opportunity comes for him to do a favor for some one. He has had no equal as clerk of the Court of Appeals. Thus associated with the people of the state, ho is universally popular, always affable and accommodating, industrious in the performance of his duties, and always u courteous and polite gentleman, and a democrat above tenroach. The ollice of Auditor is in importance next to Governor. The duties are large and varied and the responsibilities, therefore great. Everybody conceeds that "Bob" Green is both capable and honest. The people have selected him before on account of his real merit. Jle belongs to no faction and is on no Sale Of Livery Outfit. slate. A more suitable man 'or the Mr. B. G. Fox sold in Danville last office can not be found. He fits the job exactly. He would like for tho Monday his livery outfit at prices that democrats to nominate hiin for Auditor were satisfactory, about 15 horses and 40 vehicles having passed under tht at the August primary. auctioneering hand of Cupt. English. The horses bought from ?00 to J150, A NEW VERTERINARY while the vehicles sold from $6 to $125. Lan-cast- quainted with or have heard of John Rohrman. The "Ice King" of Louisville, as he was formerly railed by those who have known and respected bim for his honesty and integrity for a score or more years, has been a,uf-fere- r from stoflueh complaint and a general debilitated condition fur a considerable length of time. Like lots of other folks, Mr. Rohrman was a little skeptical regarding the merits of the new preparation, Tanlac, as he had tried numerous medicines in the past without obtaining the right results. However, the publication of testimonials from people ho knew who had been actually benefited by Tanlac. convinced him that a test of the preparation was worth the attempt. Mr. Rohrman had suffered much annoyance from indigestion, especially. He got Tanlac and began using in. A few afternoons ago he was prepared to make this statement in the pres. ence of witnesses: "Less than two weeks age I obtained this Tanlac. The medicine was just what I needed. I Went straight to the My spot. I strengthened night up. appetite is improved, as well as my sleep. If I had paid a thousand dollars for the medicine, it would have been worth that to me. The anticipation ot taking the next dose of Tanlac is a real pleasure." Tanlac. the remarkable medicine referred to by Mr. Rohrman, is now distributed in by the personal direction of 1, T. Cooer, and in by R. R. McRoberts. where the famous inecicine can row lie bought. We want a healthier town, a more sanitary town, a better town In which to live. A scrubbing brush and paint will do it. While thousands of cities and towns are enthusiastically engaged In a clean up and paint up campaign why should we not have the ame kind of a campaign right here at homeT Why not clean up the streets and alleys, the back and front yards, the vacant lots! Why not remove the dirt wherever we can find it? Why not paint the dingy houses and fences? There is both pleasure and economy in such a compaigti, it means a more Reattractive place in phich to live. moving- the accumulated dirt means less sickness, ami painting up adds to the value of our homes and business buildings. The man who inaugurated the clean up and paint up campaign that has for the last three years swept over the nation has benefited millions of people. We should got into this popular movement and share in the pleasures and benefits that Invariably come from a campaign of this character. Why notorgsnize a "clean 'up and paint up" campaign, anil mak our town abetter home town, now? Here's a brief plan of action: Hold a meeting to discuss the matter and to organize tor an effective ami thorongh campaign. Elect or appoint: One man and one woman as directing heads of the general movement, A committee on public buildings, and atoies. A committee on residences and outbuildings. committee on streets and alley. committee on parks and planting. A committee on painting and repair A A work. FOR LANCASTER. popular citizens of that section of the county, died at his home last Saturday afternoon of organic heart trouble. Mr Henderson had been in health for more than a year and realized that the William F. Kiair, Fayette County, end was not far off. He was a splen Candidate for Reelection as Railroad did christian man and was born and Commissioner, Second District of Ky. reared in the home in which he died. Subject to the action of the Democratic He was 73 years Id and is survived by party In the August Primary. ,lig wife un(, 8ix chiiuran, He was a devotetl member of the Presbyt.rian Some three years age Allen W. church. The funera services being Clark, a St. Louis editor, started all conducted by Rev. Eldridge, of Paint -u . men v ' s" " uck, oi wno's cnurch he was n mem- has spread all over this broad land und ' ono million . The Sunday Schools of her. Interment took nlaco In the Lan. that has resulted in Incalculable good, the state of Kentucky may well adopt caster'cemetery last Monday afternoon. Mr. Clark realized that though "house- -' the motto recently selected by tho city "We Can We Will, in cleaning time" was supposed by thejof BOYLE. jokesniiths to be the bane of all fnen, Louisvillle." We can and we will in yet there was. not a decent citizen of Kentucky if air Christian people will Mr. Htnry Boyle, formerly of this the United States who was not glad to vvork together. place, died at his home in Covington, Sunday School Is the greatest last Sunday evening at nine o'clock of The have his own premises and those of his neighbors put in applepie order at least 'single agency of the Church for the Tuberculosis. Especially welcome to advancement of God once a year. Kingdom. We Mr. Boyle was well known here and them was the Idea that their respective have never tested to the full its tre it was Indeed a severe shock to his towns or cities should be made decent mendous possibilities. No man living many friends who were grieved to learn and presentable. can tell what the Sunday School can of his death. He was forty three years In many communities there had been accomplish when it is brought to Its of age and was a good, upright man. weeks gr days, and highest efficiency." annual "clean-up- " He was married, and leaves three We heartily approve of the effort to bright children to mourn his loss, they to Mr. Clark came the thought that all School Day in are Elmer, Richard and one daughter that scattered effort should be organ- - have a Ized Into constructive form and so dlr- - j Lancaster, on April 25th. We believe Lillian. Ha he also survived by fuur ected that It should have more uniform that anything that will bring to the sisters und three brothers. His father lie knew he attention of the people the Importance preceded him to the grave only a few and effective results, could enlist the women in such a plan, i of the Sunday School In the develop-an- d years, his mother dying some six years he thought the men also might be ment of the State will be for the ago. ing good of the Commonwealth. to take It up. The After funeral services at the grave So In June, 1912, Editor Clark made ' Sunday School is the supreme teacher he was laid peacefully to rest in the end the announcement that a national j of morals and Its will is good citizen- - Lancaster cemetery. The Record joins always profit by the entire community in expressing "Clean Up and Paint Up" campaign ship. Kentucky Then he every effort to Increase the member- their grief in the loss of a brother and would surt 'he next spring. set about getting influential aid in, ship of its Sunday Schools. The future father. 111 ' ) ' j are authorized to announce JOHN E. NEWNAN. of Bardstown, Nelson County, as a canditate for the Democratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner from the Second District; the primary election to be held Saturday August 7th., 1915. We HENDERSON. Mr. John R. Henderson, of Lowell and one of the best known and most Dr. John M, Casey, of Danville, a re cent graduate of the Cincinnati Veterinary College and a son of Dr. J. M. Casey, will locate here for the nructice of his Profession. Dr. Casev comes highly recommended, being an is as follows; Kenton-- R. P. Ernst and Harry experienced horseman, besides three Meyers, of Covington. years experience with the diseases of Grant Judge W. T. Simmons and J. cattle in the West. We extend the glad hand to the young veterinary. B. DeJarnett, of Williumstown. Scott-Jud- ge J. B. Ward and William Kelly, of Georgetown. THE BOY SCOUT. Fayette Harry Giovannoji and J. I!v training the Boy Scouts are exW. Porter, of Lexington. Jessamine John U. Chambers and perts in sanitation. It Is u scout law that he must be clean. Also he is Watdeu Smith, of Nicbolasville. for his scout activities cult Mercer George Bohou and James sharp-eyeinto play the faculties of a frontiersIsenbvry, of Harrodsburg. Garrard J. E. Stormes and John M. man. As a 8K)tter of microbes he should excel. Farra of Lancaster. Five hundred of the scouts who were Boyl- e- W. V. Richardson and Edcallrd into this service had practical ward Dillehay, of Danville. Lincoln Thomas Cherry and J. B. sanitary experience last summer in establishing a flyless camp at Elk Willis, of Crab Orchard. Pulaski Judge It. F. Jasper and J. Springs, So. True, it was outdoors, and the floors of their tents were earth, N. Farmer, oi Somerset. W. Tuttle and J. II. but a bit of paper out of place, a burnt Wayne-Jo- hn match carelessly thrown down, a scrap Shearer, on Monticello. Clinton Dr. F. W. Huddleston and of food that a scout had failed to burn, drew the displeasuie of the camp's ir. Dr. J. P. Dyer, of Albany. The steering committee will have spectors. These scouts saw that their general charge of the work of the as- own premises in Kansas City were a sociation, especially in the tusk of shining example, und then they tried stimulating public interest and support to bring their nelgbqrs to their idea of for the Dixie Highwav in the counties spotlessness. Now the Boy Scouts of Lancaster in which they live, and will also represent their counties in general meet- are also busy and when Mr. Stanley At High School Auditorium. Harris, the state bcout Muster meets ings of the Association. The'Howard, Wude, Wimsey Concert In addition to the steering committee with them Friday. Saturday and Sun two other committees were authorized, day we hope he will find our town In party will render a pleasing concert at places upon which were directed to be applepie order, If not wo hope during the School Auditorium (Thurs filled by the president. They were the his talks and councils he will show day) what an lmiortant work they executivo committee and the publicly them The pleasing program will consist of committee. The executive committee have to perform and what a great best music, Soprano, Bass and piano work their organization It doing In Solos, Duets, Trios und Enbemble Numof which President Quarles is chairman has been selected as follows: other places. bers and readings and Impersonations. George Bohon. John B. Chambers, The party Consists of the following, Let us put Rubber Tires Miss Allen, Miss McAdams, Miss Orth, John M. Farra, II. GiovannoM and All of the mem- on your Buggy for Judge J, B. Ward. and Howard Wade Kimsey, bers of tb executive committee are The admission will be 25 cts to Adults W. Romans, and 10 cts to all school children, members of the Steering committee. IIo-hring-hec- k ht A cornmittre to interest the school children. A committee to supply teams for removal of rubbish. Captains and lieutenants of working crews for eacli day of the campaign. BUGGY DISPLAY. Here are some of the things to be On the eighth page of this issce apdone during "Clean up and Paint up" pears the advertisement of the I). T. and to be continued thereafter. Bohon Co., of Harrodsburg. Mr. Clean up lawns, gutters, back yards hus made an enviable reputation and alleys. with his buggies all over the United Burn or haulaway all garbage and Slates and will have them on display rubbish. Monday. Dont fail to here next se Prune shade trees; plant trees on them. lawns and varant lots. Fill up dangerous and unsightly HORSE SHOW DAY holes in vacant lots, j Repair fences, gates, porches, screens NEXT NONDAY. windows, etc. The fourth Monday in Anril Isalwav i ear down oiu, worthless and unlooked forward to with much interest sightly signs. by lovers of the horse, this riav luimr Make children's gardens in vacant the annual horse show day. From all lots. indications one of the largest crowds Tear down old, worn-ou- t awnings and ever seen here will be on hand and the put up new ones. show of stock should be the best In Plant flower gurdens und shrubs on years. lawns. Spread disinfectants In FINED $75. FOR holes and buildings. Whitewash cellars, burns, sheds, etc. Paint storo fronts, porches, window SHOOTING PHEASANT. sills, screens, etc. Jesse Doty, a negro, was the first man in Jejsumine county to shoot one -TRANSYLVANIA of the newly imported pheasants. Tho shot cost him $75. Doty was urrested on a warrant sworn PRESBETERY. out by County Game Warden William Neil Session Will Be Held In October Ferguson. Doty entered a plea that he thought the lilnl urna a Lt.,,1 ..t At Lancaster. chicken hawk. The annual spring meeting of the .CONCERT Transylvania Presbytery, which was we-ikj ' g in session In Lebanon last weejc choose Lancaster as the next place of meeting, the time to bo the latter part of October. Dr. llunyan McLeod, pastor of the United Presbyterian church of Harrcdsburg, was elected moderator. . That Is what a lot of people tea asUv Usually their bowels only need cleansing; will do tho trick and moke you feci Gm. W'e know this positively. Taka om teoicbt. Sold c&ly by us, 10 mXt,r "Don'l Feel Good'' T $12.00. J. The Central Record, Thursday April 22 191 5. Page 7 Yes! We Are Different Thats How We Increase Our Sales REPUTATION IS NOT AN ACCIDENT, OURS IS A RESULT OF . PRICE SMASHING VALUES. MP? 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. Stand for the best in quality and price RMa.i2;Ks PcOplC DISC A in Ladies Garments, Piece Goods, Shoes, Carpets, Notions. lasvs werewe wwwewewEre vera wiBscwrcassws&wK vb wwasasssK Ready-to-We- ar Mrs. Sarah Hurt Is in Stanford visiting Mrs. Sue Curtis. Mr. Charles Rentier of Somerset, attended the funeral of Mrs. Lewis Wal- John Deere Corn Planters Gossip About By Test The Best and Most Accurate Planter Made. Wil J. Hogan Ilallard is Mrs. Clarence Gattrdam, Mrs. Josfor a vliit to her mother Mrs. II. eph Zirnhelt, Mrs. Gerhard Epping, L. Elder. Miss Marie Epping, and Horace WalMrs. Cornie Clay of Richmond is here ker all of Louisville, attended the funAshby Warren of Louisville was hero visiting her niece Mrs. George D. eral of Mrs. Lewis Walker, Wednesday Sunday, to see his aunts. as Good. Roller Bearing Rollers Dr. J.J. Pursley motored to Nichalas- - Kobinson. None Mr. and Mrs. Leu Pruilt and little Mrs. It. Zimrrer Is at home after a son, attended the funeral of Mrs. Susie Auto Tickets With Ererjr Cash Dollar Purchase, villa and Danville Monday. and Drag Harrows. visit of sveral weeks to relatives in Gastineau at Versaillts. she being the Mis Willie Wilkinson it in Lexington Cincinnati. grandmother of Mrs. Pruitt. Mrs. visiting friends and relatives. Miss Joan Mount is at home after a Gastineau was 91 years of age and Miss Annie Ilerndon is in Louiaville visit to Mr. and Mrs. II. n J. Mcltoberts leaves live sons, a number of for ii stay with Mrs. Leslie lierndon. and great of Stanford. f Mr. Willie Comely, left Sunday for Rase ball game Friday evening, LanMr. S. N. Davis was called to Mt. stay of several months in Indianapolis. Vernon Wednesday by the sudden death caster will open the base ball series with the Danville High School tomorrow Mr. liriRht Herring and little daugh- of his father. evening (Friday) at 3 p. in. This will ter Margaret were recent visitors in Mr. Joseph Nevius was in Stadford be the first game of the season. Danville. V to his mother Mrs. for a short visit (!) Mis .Mary Arnold of Cur bin was Mattie Nevius. JONEHcELHANAN. here for a short stay with Lancaster Louis Ilerndon, of Atlanta, was here relatives. CI Tuesday the guest of Ids' father, Capt, Miss Alpha Jones of this place and Mrs. Ann Uoliinson was in Danville Wm. Ilerndon. IN THE W. II. McElhanan of Atlanta were for a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mr. II. J. Mcltoberts of Stanford united in marriage at the Raptist Robinson. was over for a short visit to his sister parsonage at S o'clock Saturday night, Reverend J. W. Beagle otliciating. Mrs. A. D. Bradshaw was with her Mrs. J. It. Mount. N ' The bride is tho attractive young mother Mrs. Emmu Daniels the first of Dr. Charles Zimmer, wife and little daughter of Mr. James Jones, while the the week, to son of Pomeroy Ohio are guests of Mr. groom is an assistant of Dr. J. J. Mr. and Mrs. Chester, Green of Rich- and Mrs. It. Zimmer. t'ursley. mond were recent guests at the Simp' Mrs. Ed Walker left Wednesday for son House. Sumlny School nenr you. It is the best plncc in There is n III a two weeks visit to her mother Mrs. FOX HUNT Mrs. M. K. Kirhy was in Louisville the world to spend nn hour. Hut don't tnke our Annie Ramey of Eminence. Miss for a short visit to her sister At Rex Theater Next Monday. word for it. Try it for yourself. (!) Mr. and Mrs. II. Clay Hamilton are Lillian Kinnaird. Manager llerron of the Rex Theater at home after n stay of a few days in KKNTUCKYrSUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. M' Mr. It. G. Ward of Cincinnati was has h picture engaged for next Monday Louisville and ScHersburg, Ind. here the latter part of the week mixafternoon ami night that should be of ing with old friends. Mr. I. W. Whfcler, of NichoUsville, interest to many in this county and no Reverend J. Kockwell Praith who who conducts a monument business in doubt will tax the capacity of the building. It is a true picture of the was quite ill the latter part of the past that city, was in town Tuesday. Fox Hunt that'was pulled olT week is much improved. Mrs. John E Stormes, Miss Mamie at Lagrange last fnll. Those who have Mrs. A. II. Itico of Richmond, Intl., Stormes Dunn and Milton Elliott motor- seen the picture say it is fine and that is here for u visit to Mesdams II. A. 11. led to the city of Lexington Saturday. to see Mr. Atch Walker on old Dan, Marksbury and II. Clay Sutton. d would make Ilronco Hilly "blush Reverend J. W. Ileagle is in with To INSURE In a Leading , Mrs. Richard Newland and where he is holding a series of shame. Next Monday afternoon and little daughters of Stanford were guests meetings which will continue about JO night, at Rex Theater. Sunday of Mrs. J. S. Johnson Sr. deyn. i as the Springfield Fire and Marine. Mrs. Mat tie I'. Frisbie is at home Mrs. Lee, the young wife of Rev. Such after a visit of several weeks to Mr. Lee, the MethodMminlsteratHryants-vill- e CAPI I'AL and .Mrs. W. C. Price of Danville. died on Tuesday after a short ill& Mrs. I'attio D. Gill is at home after ness. a pleasant visit to her daughter .Mrs. Dr. ami Mrs. W. S. Elkin who have E. C. Barnard In Washington. I). C. been visiting Lancaster relatives returned Wednesday to their homo In Mrs. J. A. Amon and intercstinc Atlanta. little son, Collis Johnson, have returned Mr. Ernest Woodn and daughter Miss after several dnva fttnv In Cinrlnnntl. Woods and Miss Jennie YOUR CAR YOURSELF ;TT775: jG ' Mr. and Mrs. J. li. Bourne, were in Sallie Uurnam visitors in Stanford the PAINT Iliggins were T J3 Stanford Sunday with their daughter past week. uuimuuau iuu vicnu; Thousands of No experience needed. .Mrs. W. K. Warner and Mr. Warner. f Mesdames Samuel Cotton, J. A. car owners have successfully repainted j Miss Sullie Tillett was at McKinney Anion, V, Ross llastin, Jumes I. cars Willi the ARSENAL SYSTEM. 7? the latter part of the past week to see All colors. Hamilton and Walluce Cotton motored q her neico Mrs. Bessie Clurk who is ill. to Danville last Saturday. Enamel Your Own Lamps With Liquid jjfci Mrs. James Conn and little grnndson Mrs. S. G. Haselden and sons. J. It. Harold Luwton Tinsley, huve returned and Duncan, Gun Metal. were guests for several 31 from u visit to Mrs. Curtis in Stanford days of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lustre undimmed by hiat, stays on. Mrs. Allen Taylor lit returned to Powell Duncan of Nicholasville. igj STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancasler, Kj. 5l her home in Madison county lifter na Mr. and Mrs. Joseuh L. Francis have1 I t l. ..r.li ... r. been in the city where Mrs. Francis visit 10 ner uaugmer Airs. t Sanders and family. purchased a handsome line of goods Mesdames Hugh Hemphill, Andrew i her millinery establishment. Hemphill, and James Arnold of The regular Missionary society of are expected the last of the the Methodist church held u very sucweek forn visit to Mr. uud Mrs. W. cessful meeting Monday ufternoon at A. Arnold. the home of Mrs. Isaac Hamilton. Mr. nivl Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden, Young James Doty, namesake and BEN ALLEN RANKIN. and daughter Miss Jane, Mr. and Mrs. grandson of tho latu Capt. Jumes A. OF THE This handsome picture is a fair like R. P. Gregory and children motored to Doty of this city, is ll of mumps and Winchester Sunday and were guests of measles at liU homo in Millersburgy ness of ono of the contestants for the Pony Outfit to be given away by the Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Drown and Rev. J. W. Ileagle has been called to children have returned to their home In merchants of Lancaster. Ilennle is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee the pastorate of the Baptist church in Paint Lick after a visit to Mrs. UroWn's Rankin, of Hubble, and is going to be The members of Iter. parents, Hustonville. Mrand Mrs. J. F. Spratt. mighty hard to beat for he is worsting Beagle's congregation here are earnJuiler David Ross, of Lancaster, was like a trojan and will nppreciato any estly hoping he will not accept the call. in Danville yesterday. Mr. Ross has support that his friends may give him. will tell you that It The Womans Club held u business been ill during reoit of the past win- Wlille he is only seven years old, he Is meeting in their apartment in the ter, but thought himself able to come full of energy and enthusiasm and his is just as essential to have GOOD Coal as it High School building and outlined to county court. His strength failed friends are rallying to his support and their woik, and elected olllcers for, the about noon, however, and ho was taken hope to see tis anticipation realized. is to have good things to cook with In pre-pariensuing year. They will not have no to the home of Capt. Frank Timoney, more meetings during the summer a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of where the latter gentleman and his Peoplo Ask Us months. family gave the Garrard official every r .What is tho best loxatireT Yean of good coal at a fair price. The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday attention. He was able to return home experience iu selling all kinds kids us to always recommend afternoon at the home of Misses Mar- late in tho afternoon. -- Danville Mestha and Helen Gill. The class Is much senger. 1ST Go Wb are glad to state "Uncle Dave" interested now in Mrs. Greenberg's book, the subject for the lesson Ibelng, is himself again, and he wishes to thank ss the safest, surest and most satisfacthe good people of Danville for their tory. ScMonJybyw, lOccaU 'The Fundamental Principles of R. E. McRobtrts kindness, especially Jailor Timoney. JOHN DEERE AND STANDARD Brit I Mmtlon of th Comlngi tni jOoir.jj tyThoit Wt Arc !n(irciltd In. ker yesterday. S. G. Haselden was in Cincinnati on Mrs. Sam IEourne was called to Lexbusiness for n few days. ington to see her eon who has been It. T. Mesdames J. It. Kinnaird and home of Mrs. C. II. Embry were recent visitors in Danville quite sick at the Clark. Mrs. inNlcholas-vill- e SCHOOL NOTES. (By Wm. F. Miller., Rev. Tinder visited the School Tuesday and gave a talk. r I! COMM. E YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS 9 last HARROWS. BelterFew J. E. Mount, Son & Co, ONE MILLION PEOPLE grand-clildre- grand-childre- ' ! ' I I 1 9 Sunday Schoolsgf Kentucky 9 APRIL I 25, 1915. ! ! Ameri-Nation- al ! Rrod-hea- I I American Company I THOMAS 2,(100,000,00 ELKIIN, Airents. i 1 f oil Honorable mention, Dean Zanone, Josephine Iturnside, Eugene Cochran. Last Friday ended another successful school months work, there are two more months work this year. Miss Patsy Kinnaird, taught in Miss Anderson's room at school Friday. Miss Kfnnaird is the assistant teacher in the school. Miss Iona Dunn and I!. W. Bourne were selected by the Seniors to represent them in the Declamatory Contest at the end of school. Miss Brashcars room entertained last Friday at morning exercises. It was indeed a treat to hear and see the pupils of Miss Brashear's room come before the public and school with their songs and speeches. The Boy Scouts will have a grand time beginning next Friday evening and continuing through Sunday . night. The Scouts are all members of the Graded and High School and are doing admirable work. The Honor Rolls for the month just ending are as following. Miss Anderson'a room. Elsie Claud Rice Gaines, Henderson Bogie, Virginia Conn, Mittfo Dunn, Linda Jennings, Lettie Jennings, Chester Lewis, Virginia Sutton, V. A. Lear, Edith Moore and Paul Schooler. Miss Morriss' room. Eiisha Carrier, Mary Brown, Thelma Hamilton, Earl Jennings, Christina Pollitt, Mitchell Tinder, Clyde Holtzclaw, Lucy Marsee, Henry Moore, Eugenia Moss, Lucille Sutton, Martha Ward Sweeney, Isabella Terrill. v Miss Smith's room. Florence Acton, Jessie Beagle, Mildred Beazley, Val Cook, Wilma Henry, Mary Lee Lear, Mary Owsley, Anne Reid, James Slier, Uroaddus, Lillian Bernice Champ, Katie Barnes Dickerson, Mary Davis, Clay Miller, Clayton Morrow, Nelle Rigsby. Carrin Belle Romans, George Foth-ergill. We have a large stock of Buggies and Wagons to select from. Let us make you prices on them. , W. J. Romans. Single Comb While Leghorn S. C. FggJ. White Leghorn stock from Prize Winners at all Bhows. Eggs for sale J1.00 per 15 or $5.00 per 100. J. M. Mount. SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORN EGGS from healthy farm range, winter layers. FifteenforGOcentsone hundred for $3.00 CASH. Erie C. Farra, Lancaster, Ky. Box, 272. x Army Mules Wanted. want to buy some pack mules, 14 to Ui hands, and some artillery mules 151 to 16 hands high, from 5 to 10 years W. B. Burton, old. Lancaster, Ky. I Wanted: 200 Buggies, Surrles and Automobiles to paint and repair. Bring them in now before the rush, we have expert workmen. W. J. Romans. BANK STOCK FOR SALE. If not sold before, will sell next County Court day, five shares of stock in The Garrard Bank and Trust Co. W. L. Lawson. 5 1- -2 perct-Money- -5 1- -2 per cf. 5 Years 5 Lancaster, Ky, The following were welcome guests at our school Friday morning: Mrs. SWEET CLOVER. E. Dickerson, Mrs. Forest Stapp, Miss The great new fertilizer and r Mattie Adams, Miss Emma Walker, equal to alfalfa In hay and Mrs. House, Mrs. Sam Haselden, Mrs. Alex Walker, Dr. and Mrs. M, K. pasture. Write for price list of seed Denny, Mrs. Spcitn, Miss Eliza Luns-for- and "Free Circular" telling how to Mrs. Lawson, Mrs. Hamilton, grow it. JOHN A. sheeiian; Miss Emma Doty, Miss Florence Dawes R. D. 3, Falmouth, Ky. Mrs. A.eA'are, Mrs. M. L. Cancer, Mrs R. Haselden, Mrs. Pat Anderson, Mrr. "Runaway June," is shown Emma Higginootham, Mrs. II. V. Bastin. at Roman's Opera House each Monday Night Swinebroad. Loans made on real estate. If you need cheaper money on long time, see me about it. G. B. Swinebroad, See it. t) BIDFOR SMi 1 fr STOP AT OUR colored school. Bids will be received May 8th to build a school for the colored people of Lan- le caster. The contractor is to do all work according to plans and specifications on tile in the County Superintendents . "cr. mi material to ue lurnisneil by ,1... THE QUEEN GARAGE When in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Good Complete Accessories. line of Tires. The Board reserves the right to reject any ana all bids. Jennie Higglns, Supt. Ki .t.. .. of-,- 1, Kite he n WHEN MOTORING TO DANVILLE Everything la Automobile Stop at SHOP-PERFEC- ng Prestolite Service. MITCHELL & T and refresh yourself ut our Soda Parlor. Phone 124. SHACKELFORD. Second Street. 1 Lancaster Lumber & Man'fg SAo Danville, Incorpoittti! " tPcract Kenlsclj. Danville, Ky. Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday April 22, 1915. We save you all Agents', Dealers', Wholesalers' and Tobbcrs' profits and corAmissions wc don't have traveling salesmen to expensive hotels, and travel around on high salaries. Our entire business is . conducted by mail we have eliminated every extra and unnecessary expense. Wc arc mvincr the vehicle buyers of this countv the greatest values ever known. We manufacture right here in oui own large factory as high grade vehicles as it is possible to produce and sell them to you at the wholesale price and save you all the "rake-off- " of the middlemen. CJ., Co Oil . stop at "V r o x WMmm Here Is How Our Plan Hits the Middleman We have solil hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of vehicles and hnrncss direct from factor' to consumer, and every sale has been a clean - cut straight - from - the - shoulder SMASH between the eyes of some "middleman." Wo are sorry for this wo regret that our pathway to success should bo strewn with wrecked hopes and thwarted ambitions of those who have tried in vain to hold us back. Personally wo have nothing against dealers, agents, jobbers, mail order catalog houses and other middlemen, who seek to gather two or three profits, where wo arc satisfied with one wc are really sorry for them, because they aro doing business in the wrong way. A vehicle or set of harness is never worth more than the factory price, and because we savo you all the expense and profits of the middlemen, they should not grow peevish and throw things at Bohon, for neither I nor my customers and friends are to blame it 13 simply the law of supply and demand at work. Folks will buy where they can get the most for their money. That's the whole matter in a nutshell. Our plan hits the middleman, because the vehicle uscra of this country have made up their mind to do business on the straight line from factory to U3er, rather than on the zig-za- g line from maker through traveling salesmen, jobbers, dealers, agents or catalog supply houses to user. Is there a reason? You must cither buy directly or indirectly you must either pay three profits or one profit on your vehicles and harness. When a dealer buys a vehicle, ho buys indirectly and absolutely must pay two or more profits before he takes the vehicle from the crate. Now, if you buy of a dealer, you must not only pay these two or three profits, but in addition, you must pay the dealer's profit and also his selling expense extra four profits in all. When you pay one small profit. Our price to you is less than you buy of us, you buy directly g middlman dealers can buy vehicles for spot cash in carload lots. Don't let the get the facts, then decide. If you do this, find out for yourself throw dust in your eyes you will surely buy of Bohon and save agents', dealers', jobbers' and salesmen's commission. price-boostin- mm HlUll, Read What Customers Say "My bejrjy arrlrM (a Jame E. Cray, WiUrforJ, 7Zy.t M-- if Taylorsvillc safely and without bing daruiyed in shipment. Now. I want to tel) you I am well pirate) itli it I a sure I could have purchased no such bugr ot any other firm or factory for a price so reasonable. nj stylish, but is a It fs nut only i enr comfortable one and there Is no UjuLt ia rr.r miml but that It will prove to be what It it guarantett to le. All of the neighbors and friends to whom I have ihon tt-- buggy agree with me that it is the greatest bargain, and X uspct it will or.l- - be a abort time until you will have some oideis from this part of the country. I am going to do my best to advertise your splendid bug jr. for I feel that you have proven a friend to me by sending such a buggy, therefore I shall encourage and make as many sles as possible to show my appreciation.1' T. C Williams, McDonald, Term., writesi I received my buggy all O. K. and find it is a dandy one and everyone who his looked at it has pmed a compliment on it. It it a vehicle and I am well pleased with It. I hope that I may lit the cause of your selling more la this country.' Edwsrd Thornton, Fo Chsie, Philadelphia, Pa., sayst "I find buggy sues up to every feature you claim for it. It Is very comfoitable. I have ridJen 25 miles at a time with no fatigue. I was somewhat pessimistic and Inclined to take seme ol your strong assertions with precaution, not having purchased many goods from advertisements. 1'ioin )our manly, correspondence, I tva p.rHudfd to send my order, I am fully con vinced your met) od of doing business baj b.cn the secret of your success, and wlcn next in the market for a carnage the order Is sure to go to you." sny A. F. 'Carpenter, Welftovn, Vs., write-- : I received my buggy the first of bepteniber. blnce that time hive ghen it a thorough toad and 1 find it ea lly 3 jou represented it to roe 1 an perfectly satisfied vilh It In every rrrpect in fist, I have seen none that equals it far a routb blgl.e- - price, and I feel I have val ever cen; ;f m invc.'.ai:nt." triilrri fcr the old backwoodirrun on tli f.m iil to iht II. wafteJ caulioualr circM lor intranet t. looked th. till Ittlow around tht one iMe im down tbe other for .bout five mlnulrt; then itilted hit quid (torn on. ,U ol 1 11 mouth IS lb. other, look oA wiped them carefully, and turning to tht at tendant laid I " Huh 1 The re Aln'f No Such Animal I " That oM fellow remind we of the perl who tar "Dobon hat no factory, llohon'a ve hiclea lack quality 1 road, to acll. not to wear, etc The only difference l that the old back woodiman trrlnc to decei,e himtelf h. boncitly thouiht Mi eyee wet. plajlni- - trick. wlale the follow who ayt. "ftohon dwt not nake the Hhct craile vehicle! in II i own factory right here In llarrodiburr," If for a acinar, purpoae to deceive you. Don't let the dealer, agent or middleman throw duit In your cyca. Get the PACTS--knofor yourvclf. for any agent or dealer that telle vou that wc do not manufacture our vchklce right her. In our own factory doct o in order lo acll yuu a vehicle and pocket a big pro4f. Wc have here a factory eoual In equipment to any vehicle factory to the United Statra-DA- K NONE. irlall whn thr i.n I ""I ill ttjlc Thirty Days Free Road Trial Life Iibng Guarantee Backed by Our $30,000 Bank Bond Every Bohon veWcle is sold on a thirty days' free roid trill. We want you to try It as and then decide whether you want to keep it. Compare it closely your own submit to any point for point with other vehicles in your neighborhood, either in use or offered for sale, and If you are not fully convinced that wo have furnished you the best made, the handsomest finished, the easiest ridinc and the lightest'running buggy you ever saw, and if you do not think that by if in fact, for any dealing direct nith our factory you have saveil at least $25.00 to $40.00 reason you are not perfectly 'l- Batislicil, ana u --mo venicie is noi exnxuy as rcprescuu ana ju V r.i uur -i J j '" :il it- Iumva muu fean,t nil - Inc. If ii claim. v v nui B.nct uccuruuncu vt.wi nftcr tho trial you keen it aa we know you will you nre absolutely protected againsft any loss cr trouble resulting from defective material or workmanship for if ever ct any time it matters nnt when, whether one, two, three, five or ten years any pieco or part proves irapcr'ect, we will replace or repair it free of charge. As an absolute protection to jvj, under this guarantee, we have deposited with tho Jfcrccr National Bank of this city, our legal binding bond for $30,000, and If wo ever make a claim under the gur.r.ntee that we did not carry out, we can be made to forfeit this bond. Ju.t stop and think what this means to buy a vehicle under a unlimited guarantee, bod ed by a bank bond. If we did not make as fine how could wc make such an offer? chicles as it is nossible to produce tet Page Catalog Shows More Vehicle Styles Than You Can Find in 20 Dealers' Stores d. Our Largo 180 1 r' f. M av tt lllr-lo- ng, Cigar M. Ilar.t, Sandm, ITy., itrti "I ITLe mj buggy in! harness fne, I IXt it better than any buggy I cvr nw, eral people vro have reen niy bursty talk like t'.ey would order a b'iggy tytm in the spring. You can ure try r.ar in advertising it ycu . h to do S'i. Kinase send Mr. II. K. fJavis a catalog as 15 ailed me j write yen fwf one." Ji bv "f Id. V.sZ rj Grceanfsi. S. C, rrrlt.lt "We are more i h IL than j'lc.ied bugy you shipped us the first of June, and now i; Is IKccmbcr titii, aud every or.e who sees it wants to know hre we got it. We have had a good tr.any to ak how much we paid for it and they ecia to be more thai surprised at the pries pal J ior such a pretty buggy. A friend bought a new bugzy after we got ours and paid fll'iOO for u without harnes. When we get ready fcr another new buggy we will not think of buying fron anyone but you. I am sending you raincs of friends. I do boe you will be able' to itll each a new buggy." Zee OUR LARGE MODERN FACTORY as any Our large, modern factory is just as in tho United States. We have every facility for manue vehicles at tho lowest cost of profacturing duction. Please don't confuse our factory with some of the small repair shops hero in Central Kentucky that possibly assemble ono hundred vehicles in tho course of a year, for. wo manufacture them by the thousands and sell them all over tho United States, as well as in many maforeign countries. We have every new chine, every practical arrangement known. Wo have here as fine a collection of vehicle builders as was ever gotten together by any firm anywhere. They aro men of up-to-d- high-grad- Marcus A. Whtsler, Jamestown, Ind., savit "Buggy and set of driving harness received the 17th. Am well satisfied with both and niuit say that the harness and buggy are certainly made with care, both workmanship and selection of matcruL I would f;reat for your painter to send me some brown paint, just a very small amount to a;p'y to & (rvr places I nonce Jute been marked by shipping. Any time t can be the cause of an order being tent you by try frkx.df, I will consider I have hclpid both then and yours ilL" Lawrence Mtlogfn. F. F. D. No. X, Reeds, Mo., writes! "X am mailing uu a p. lure of myself, horse and buggy which I bought fioin ou some tu.u ago. It isn't a very good picture, but ma)bc it will g't-ou at idea. You never mind what the pictures ro.t n tmh a for I it mk ou lave dme me enough fators and god (lat rig that the pictures shall not cost you anything, 1 am not in the habit of bragging ou anyone, but I will Is tfortU while." whin it labor-(savin- g experience and ability, clean, moral and conscientious -they arc men who like their work. Visit our office and factory if you can, and sec for yourself how Bohon vehicles are made. Our factory is of personal and vital interest to you and every other vehicle user who wants to know the facts about why and how Bohon makes tna best stylo velu'cles, maintains tho very highest quality and undersells the world. If every vehicle user in Kentucky really knew the truth and facts about the wonderin spite of our already tremendous ful values wo give we would have to increase our factory, at business least ten to fifteen times in order to supply the demand. br.iu (i tae Come to See Us Visit Us at Our Factory Why not make us a visit? Conic to Harrodsbure and sec for material look our factory over. Examine the high-grad- e go through our model factory from end to end and see our we use skilled mechanics turning out as fine vehicles vast force of high-clas- s as are being made in the world. If you can't come, send a postal today is tho for our large free catalog. Without doubt it copy. finest book on veIt shows views of hicles ever issued, and we want you to havo a it shows in colors how construcHon and our superior equipment our vehicles aro painted and upholstered and has more styles than you will find in twenty dealers' stores. Here is a picture of the cover of this catalog. pubIt is tho most elaborate vehicle and harness catalog everpostal lished it is a regular vehicle and harness encyclopedia. A card with your name on it will bring you this book by return mail with all postage paid. - 1915 Monetj --Saving yourself message tBmteu Users the D.T. BOHON COMPANY, Harrodsburg, Ky Our Large Factory With Annual Capacity ot io.twi inisncu vcmcici. This Catalog Is Free For tbe Asking. V The Central Record, Thursday April 22 1915. BUCKEYE Children Cry for Fletcher's Mr. and Mr. Mai Carter spent Sunday In Lancaster with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Hill spent day with her father Mr. John Tester, Sun- - Tlio Hind You lluvo Always Vongit,n.il which lun been lu lino for over .'JO yearn, lut hurno ihu algimtiiro of mill linn been mmlo iimlvr III pcr-- ( ulnoo uinl S. sA??----"S7y. CltCWU Allow miihtvIsIoh(li i clvo its Infnnry. no oiio to you In this. g All Counterfeit h, liiilladoiiHiinil "JtiMt-im-uro hut KxMTliiirii(n that Irlflu with anil rliiliitiger tlioI" hriilth of Iiifantit mill Children Kxycrlcnco against lliiierliuent. What is CASTORIA Cnsfnrla U n, liuTinlr Milixtltuto for Ontnr Oil, Pnr pnrlc, lropi nitil Soothing- - Hyrtipi. It l It iiiiiliiliiH licit )iit Oiiliiiii, Mnrililno nor other Narcotic miIiMiiiico. Its ni I It (jiiarantco. It destroy "Worms mid nllajM IVwrl , lines. Tor iiuiro than thirty year It lain been In coiiKtuitt mo for tlio relief of Coiiittiiuttlon, I'lutuli-iiiy- , AMnd Colic, nil Teething Trouble mid Dlarrliira. It regulate tlio Ntoiiiach mid llovu'ls, imliiilhitcM tlio 1'ood, giving- - hi nlthy and tinlural sleep. Tho Children'.' l'aimcca-Tl- io 3Iotlivr'it l'rleud. GENUENE CASTORIA Si Bears the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years Tho Kind You Have Always Bought SEED CORN H00SIER or KENTUCKY, In order to get good results, you should use one of the following Planters: JANESVILLE or J. I. CASE. We have them with open wheels and check rowers at attractive prices. ENCAGE YOUR TWINE FROM US NOW 5ecler, PHONE 27. ze 5allard 3c Scott, BRYANTSV1LLE, Kv. Citizens National Bank OF I.ANCASTKlt. KY. Capital $50,000. H. F. HUDSON. Surplus $45,000. Vice I'rest. President. W. I 'A W. 0. I'.ignkv, Asa't Cjh'r. J. J. WALKER, Job J. Walkeu. Jr., F, CHAlir. Cashier. I IS If you are prepared against emergency uy having a bank account. that accompanies that Nothinir eUti cnu quite equal the heart-glofeeling of prepardnea. If you an not r tlvosltor her, start an account One dollar turns the trick. y. How Much Better You Feel W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Office Phone 18. RIGNlEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Director and which alio might receive home educajoyed by all. tion na n n nctress, mid Helen availed Mr. I --em Evans died at his home on herself of It. taking leion of nu eloLexington pike April ldli and was laid cutionist to rest at this place Saturday April Her Instructor did not encourage her. 17th. Mr. Kvans was ninety one years He told her that her enunciation wni oid. , peculiar to honu-l- f nml t li: I It ns im IDutch Hoy Painter Trada Mark) Mr. and Mrs, L. F. Drown enjoyed attractive. As for her action, iwpetta. and pure linseed oil pays its way by protecting buildings against rot and decay. Plaintiff. ly her facial exprelon, It wub nil thut George T. Dallard, the day Sunday by all of their children could lie desired. Hut she could not VS. Let us estimate on your painting job. We have all good painting requisites. being and ten of their grand-childre- n Ikih to pleave with that nlone. mul lar T. Hanaford Green, et al, Defendants Call us up today, young folks were ciiinicl.illoii would s rrp.'l na audi-encthere a number of Pursuant tc a judgment rendered at also there who enjoyed the day with n,l.,r.!nno.l Hint her valuable qualities uould lh Mnrrli Turm lOI.'t lha C. C. E. STORMES, Druggists, .Lancaster, Ky. - appreciated. Commissioner will sell at public auction not them. me iouri House uoor in l.ar Helen's friends told her that thl was oeiore private au- easier, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock A. M. ruliblth. She had p!en-e- d A WELCOME VISITOR. diences anil she would wllli the anlnc or thereabouts on HEALTHY HAIR wheie It is known, is a box of our MONDAY. AI'lUL 2Cth, 1915 gifts plene the public. Helen Ixllevecl sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or them liecalise alie preferred t belief e being the first day of the Garrard SOFT AND FLUFFY. them. She ilid not know thut Intimate it other of our carbonated beverages. If County Court Term the following real crltlex, will estate which is bounded and described friends, even If comix-tenyou have not yet tried any or all ot Ilcautiful hair does "not just happen seldom give an unbiased crltkl-m- . As as follows, them you don't know what a fine treat county Kv. on the waters is always a matter of care and for professional erltles, while they may but Garrard you have been missing. Don't keep on proper nourishment of the hair roots. Judge us to what Is nrtl.stlc, when it of Scott's Fork at the mouth on Linn y missing it. Order a. box and Is falling out, ponies tu Judging what the public will Cune branch, thence up said branch No matter if your hair with the middle of same N 1S1 W 11 commence enjoying yourself. stringy, lifeless, and full of dandruff, fancy they are ns much at vea nu imy chains N 15 E 4 chains, N CJ W 2.25 I'arisian Sage, an inexpensive tonic one else. chains, N 20J E 5.01 chains to a point Ileleu, cucoiinigeil by her friends, in the middle of said branch, corner to sold by It. B. Mcltobctts, is nil that Is u lusty prcparalloii lot no. 2, James Clousct-thenc- e leaving It nourishes the hair InTHovcrcd. After ever needed. the assistance ot the branch and said Clouse S 67 E roots and stimulates the growth of new she attemptisl. withengagement. Khu 21.25 chaint to a point on Teatcr's Phone 202. friends, to get an hair All dandrulf is entirely removed was offered parts 111 which ihe would branch, corner to said Clouse:-thenc- e one application, anil itching scalp bare but a few words to nay, but she down idid branch S 13J N 7.75 chains with and falling hair ceases; your hair will felt that they would give her no oppor- S 48 W 4.90 chains to the middle of down same N SCJ Scott's Fork:-thenc- e be bright, vigorous, soft and fluffy. tunity tu allow what she cuuld do, nml W 2.8 chains N 59J W 9.G5 chains to Whether your hair is oily, dry or brit she pushed on fur nomcthlng totter. the beginning, containing 38) acres. Notice! tie. I'arisian Sage immediately removes Finally, at the e.imct Kollcltntlun of This Is the same land that was conveyed the cause and by toning up the scalp a friend, alio wns gUeu n trial. It wa to T, Hansford Green bv J. T. Kainey 4-11- -44 April 27th. 1903 and now quickly restores the hair to Its original arranged that she xhould understudy by deed dated recorded in the Garrard county clerk's for a part that would tet her powcro, brilliancr.and vigor. CURES ollice in Deed lsook .No. 19 page 437 an This delightful tonic is a real neces- and the perxon whom flic wna under The purpose of this sale is to satisfy Cholera. Ganes. Limberneck. Roup. Canker, lasting studying agreed to pile way to her us the debt of $375. with interest at 6 per sity and will not fail to give a soon at alie was ready to make the cent from January first 1908 until paid. benefit to your hair aud scalp. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry. SoiS.To0, trial. subject to a credit of $30. paid March dfffnned Jowtt die Ml d a gipiag "On drop J Recipe W21CooiK,BftWovra, In duo time alio appeared In the role 1st 1910. and $20. paid January 27th clikkenkill.UMWorni.ttdreiiefealh.chUklael.ollr. hi Inc beat prrreanrel have ever uMd. she had been prepnrlm; for. She made 1912. and the estimated cost of this Nig. aid Guriiteed by J. Robt Crnme, Btrditown, Ky. Price SOx at all Oru&hts. dismal failure. She felt her part action, amounting to about $90., said COY SOLD BV by having been acted her inrt, hut he could not speak judgment Dallard to T. assigned this J. Hainey. R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. As her preceptor had warned Georce T. her Norman Grow spent Thursday night her, her enunciation sinilled the whole. sale Is now made for the benefit of the said Itainey. with Willie Moberly and family. "What shall I do" she moaned. "1 TERMS. Sanders Ilro., bought from Phil Mc- - have spent the money furnished me to The sale will be made on a credit of study and have failed." price $18. Milhan one yearling calf purchaser will be "I have, beard." snld her Instructor, six months and the bond with approved required to execute Mrs. Mary Sanders and daughter "that thee men who show moving security, for the purchase price due in A were visitors in Crab Orchard last photographs are beginning to give little six months, bearing interest at six per plays. If you are tn need of money cent per annum from date of sale until week. you might mnkc something lu that paid, said bond having the force and for the money you ov e nnd Mrs. May Folger of Marcellus, was way." effect of a judgment upon which exe the giict of Mrs. Mary K. Fain SaturHelen's heart wink wltliln her. cution may issue, payable to W. 11. note how much more resof the day night. What give up her dreams of having Drown, Master Commissiorerlien will pectfully your creditors reGarrard Circuit Court, and a enormous letters Mr. Tom Hicks and wife were the her nauai posted In be retained upon the property sold unphotoas n famou actress, to 1 gard you. They like to do pleasant guest of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah graphed for a ten cent show! Horrible! til the purchase money is paid. McMillion Saturday. business with n man who W. II. DROWN. M. C. G. C. C, Nevertheless, goliig home to n lot of Mr. Harmon Kaney of Lagrange hungry children, with nothing to buy J. E, Robinson, Attorney. has an account at the visited Messrs Clyde and Jim Sanders food for them, seat her the next day to Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. n Btudlo where" n picture play was Just Garrard Bank & Trust Co. last Wednesday night. beginning to lie made ready for prcs Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillion en- entatlon to the public. Although tho know he is doing, business in a business like way. Better They PAINT LICK tertained Kev. Hall and John Sawdeis manager had no experience nt that open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They early date In producing such plays. It at dinner lost Sunday. will grow all right. occurred to him that the chief feature Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ruckcr were in Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts and In them was the acting, especially tin-daughter were week end guest of Mrs. facial expression, llcauty was also an Richmond Friday evening. Mary Sanders and family. advantage, and Helen wns comely. Mrs. A. B. Estridge and family you look like n thief motjred to Crab Orchard Sunday. "Let me Mrs. I'each Grow has returned home handed," he said. caught after a stay with relatives at Little Helenred Misses Louise and Nell Rice and obeyed. Hickman and Nicholaavllle. J Now laugh. Good again! Ceone McWhorter spent the week-en- d "Good! Little Holmai J. McMillian sper.t Look at me with haughty contempt .n Richmond. tn last week with his grand-paren- ts Mr. Excellent! Yon are condemned Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chenault. of Rich' death. Yon nre an Innocent girl listen- mond spent Saturday with Rev nnd and Mrs. John Itnv. of Lovd. To INSURE In a Leading " ing to the flint words of love. That A Miss bulah .Montgomery of Lock noS will do. You have tho iower of ex- Mrs. W. M. Eldridge. J was the charming guest of Miss pressing by your face what you feel. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Ruckcr, of Rich Gertrude McQuerry Saturdry night and In your rase wonls are not needed. mond spent the week-en- d the guests of What salary li you expect V Springfield Fire and Marine. Such as bundav. Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. Rucker. "Whatever you choose- to pay," CAPITAL 2. SO and Mrs. J. M. Sawder, Mr Jess Mr. Mesdames R. G. Woods and Oscar "I will start you at $2." n week, but Sanders and family, Mrs. Jewell Mont I am sure yon will soon Ihj worth moro Hammaek were in Wilmore Friday as I IN, gomery ami Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hicks than that" delegates to the W. C. T. U. Convenii ill was surprised. How easy was tion at that place. Helen were vi itora at Mrs. Mary A. Sanders the getting of this Mtuatlou compared Sunday. with her effort to wur,e a trial nt which she had failed! The manager Good for a Cough or Cold. Nothing So advanced a wccU'h salary, nnxlous to bind the bargain and fearing some othWhen you have a cold you want the er manager would get her nway from best medicine obtainable so as to get him. rid of it with the least possible delay, Ho gnvo her a part In the play that There are many who consider Cham ho wan aliout maklm: photographs for, Cough Kemedy unsurpassed; and It was nt nco evident that she? berluin's No doubt you are, il A number of Ice Plants over the country have found le Mrs. J. Ilor-m-, Lhda, Ohio, says, would make n gn-a- t uneven". And she you suilsr Irom any of (he afler careful examination of their books that it cost them did. ailments to numerous "i.vcr since my daughter Ituta was which an women are subHelen WnrlleM within n few months about 10 per cent to charge and collect their retail Ice accured of a severe cold and cough by ject. Headache, backwas receiving now counts. As a result they are rapidly placing their retail Chamberlain's Cough l.emedy two n prime movie ?Ht n week and Is neon sideache, nervousache, favorllq. She haH years ago, 1 have felt kindly disposed the day when famous nctora and ness, weak, tired feeling, business on a cash basis. are some ot the symp toward the manufacturers of that pre actresses nre proud tu perform by phoOur own experience baing in line with the above and ana you must nu toms, partition. I know ot nothing so quick tograph. She has n genius for In yourself of tlicm in order believing thgt this 10 per cent cost is an unwaranteil loss, to relieve a couglt or cure a cold." Kir terpreting humanity by expression, to feel well. Thousands we have dccidctl to do likewise. However, we do not exof women, who have sale by all dealers. .ni though aho has no girt whatever for been benefited by this rendering It In speech. Tho plays se pect to add this 10 per cent to our profits; but will reduce remedy, urge you to lected for her nro such ns mny lo ren our prices accordingly, sons to give the benefit of the savway. She has In Mrs. George Kay and children siicnt Frlday'wlth Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Itay. "Sir. and Mrs. l'renllee Walker are rejoicing over the arrival of a fl le baby girl April lfith. Mrs. Forest Curtis and children spent a few days last week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Itay. hit tie Mary Edith and Fannie I.ce Walker were the gueJt of their couiin told o Francis Raylxing last week. that she would achieve imcee on the Misses Sallie ami Attreas Noel enstage. old friend of her mother tertained a number of their friends last offered All to ndvnnre n certain vtau by nice time was enTuesday night. A r sup-iw) Firm containing H5 acre, three miles north of Lancaster on the Lexington pike, well Improved with good stock barn and all necessary out buildings, with never failing springs and splendid young orchard In full bearing. The lly EUNICE DLAKC residence contains ten rooms, with hath and other modern conveniences. This Helen WnrlleM when nineteen ye.irs of nge, by the dentil uf lint ler father has been mostly in grass for the past 14 years and is now ready to grow Slid n few months Inter li.-- mother, Sixty-fivhemp or tobacco. acres In round herself rimutllilo for the bluegrass, the balance in clover and of herself mid vfirnil brother and MMcrs very inneh younger than meadow. The desirable location, fer tility of the soil, makes this a most herself. What should xlie do tn desirable home. For further particu and clothe her little mil-She hud lars, apply to shown Mime talent in private tlientrl Alex West. Lancaster Kv. rals for hlstrionlca nml hnd Ix't-e She Found Her Vocation FARM FOR SALE. .Mama 3 Message No. 6 To the Business Men Page 9 of Lancaster COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. n When a calls on you, do you buy his goods? Aren't you afraid of his line because he looks as if no one ever gave him an order? Same thing Is Hue of a seedy town. To be prosperous we must look prosperous and show local pride. Clean streets, nice stores and buildings pay because they bring buildings are least excusable, for paint made of business. Paint-hungr- y slmn Phoenix White Lead g J. Lancaster Bot- tling Co. R Poultry Raisers lirt Diaw Check The Garrard Bank & Trust Company ' ' i I American Company I I the f 0,000,00 THOMAS & ELK Agents. I Worn Out? TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS Logans Chapol. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner of Kirks vllle visited Mr. and 'Mrs. James Tudor Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kelley of iiacklef visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Isiah Metcalf Mr. and Mrs. William Ledford spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ledford, of Manse. Mrs. W. U I'rather and family of Nina, spent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. James Tudor. Stomach Trouble Cured. Mrs. II. G. Cleveland, Arnold, l'a., writes, "For some time I suffered from stomach trouble, I would have sour stomach and feel bloated after eating. Nothing benefited me until I got Cham berlain's Tablets. After taking two bottles of them 1 was cured." For sale by all dealers. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his ntmi famous all over the United States and Canada. Competed of Root, Herbs, Darks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diacaaea. Days' Tieitmrnt, Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment J tart Dakota jack's Crtnia Sjup, IMce dered acted the this title role In some of the famous pl.iys. but they nro those In which tho strength lies In the acting rather thin tho speeclL It Is needless to ndd that Helen War- field Is making money, and feeding. clothing and educating her charges Is n very simple matter. When sbo has acted her parts sufficiently to be photographed successfully In them her work h done, whllo her competitors on the stag ore obliged to work on for every tent they receive. TAKE ing to our patrons. Cardui Tiie Woman's Tonic Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, otCliiton Mills, Ky., says: "Before taking Cardui, I was, at times, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain In my back and head nearly killed me. After taking three bottles of Cardui, the pains disappeared. Now I feel as well as I ever did. Every suffering woman should try Cardui." Gel a bottle E-today. Therefore beginning March 1 5th,19 5 we will conduct our entire retail business strictly for cash and the following reductions will be made on Ice Coupon Books. 1 400 lb Book, 1000 lb Book, 2000 Old Price OU 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 lb Book, Old Price Punlcy's Indian lleibt $1.00 to, 2i 2S Is frequently required A Food anil Nervo Tonic by old age. Wa It is our purpose to 'ender the bast service possible and to this end we will welcome suggestions and the cooperation of our patrons. Respt. ulwaya recommend .OA ON SAUt AT DAKOTA JACK Cowboy TBS rUtULIY'S INDIAN HERBS Ntblnn of omaiNATO C. C & J. E. Stormes and R. E. McRocerls. Mi BLUE GRASS DAIRY & ICE CO. W. Emulsion ( jswU'sJ tnnUnttlonfcrtUspurposs. R. E. McRobsrta R. BASHN, Secretary. II. V. BASTIN, President. , e Page 10 JO The Central Record, Thursday April 22, 1915. Do You Know New Lines Of The Maxwell Car It Is a Significant Fact That Men Who KNOW Motor 'Cars and INVESTIGATE the Maxwell, BUY the Maxwell! The Maxwell holds the center of the automobile stage. We TAILORED SUITS, COATS, Shirts, Waists. Our buyer has just returned from a visit to th.e New York and Cleveland markets, made especially to renew our stocks of Ladies Garments which had been depleted by unusual selling. In spite of the immense improvement in trade all over the country which has made desirable merchandise very scarce and prices very firm, we secured many decided conces-sioin prices, as well as a great many entirely aew styles in garments, different from any that. have been shown here. We already have a great deal of this purchase now on sale and more coming in every day -- are winning men by the thousands' .Men who have heretofore cars, as well as men who paid up to driven the very d $2,000, are now driving Maxwell. Ask any of these or any of 10,000 other Maxwell owners about the service and treatment they have received from the Maxwell Co. the Maxwell dealer and the Maxwell car. Then let us prove to you all they say. The Maxwell Co, is stable; the Maxwell car a staple. Men who buy Maxwells STAY SOLD. The last thing men consider about the Maxwell is the price, then thev Pay it ns gladly as they give up 5 cents for a package of Uneeda Iiiscuits, for they get a better, sofer, more economical and more satisfactory car than $1000 If for any reason ds vou decide to sell the car you buy how much does your experience has ever vet bought. They will tell you things about the Maxwell our modesty does not permit us to say. A few owners near are: Judge Charles Hardin, Harrodsburg, Ky., Mr. J. A. Robinson, Danville, Ky.; Mr. W. G. Cowan, Huston-TitlKe.; Mr. S. M. Saufley. Stanford, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Jones, Stanfoad, Ky.; Miss Strrub, Stanford, Ky. Ask any man or woman who drives cne. e. cost vou? A Maxwell car that has seen 2,500 miles, mostly winter roads, has recently been sold. You have seen this car perhaps on the streets of Danville in because "Maxwell ing" Is fun even in winter. 2,600 miles without "a stop for repairs; 2,500 miles without a puncture; 2,500 miles on Detroit air; 2,600 miles mostly In winter, and the starter did not fait 5nce. mid-wint- The total expense (except for washing) was less than $35. So far as the eve can discern and examination reveal this car Is practically as gooJ as new. Wooltex Specials. SUITS Sold For More Than 93 Prompt Deliveries While They Last. You Per Cent of List Price. Another Car Load Just Received. are Cordially Invited to Satisfy Youaself as to the Merits of the Maxwell Gar. See it court day. $25.00 COATS ' From the Wooltex people we secured a big lot of their very finest suitsmostly one of a kindso that we could offer these at a choice for $25.00. These are the last Wooltex suits we can get this season and we advise an early call. of the fine Wooltex We also secured about thirty-fiv- e Coats, made as only Wooltex can make them, and all of the finest pure wool cloths. These sold at $18.50 to $25. but we bought the lot at a "close out" price and offer choice for $15.00 About forty new style Wooltex Skirts in newest and d and most popular materials all strictly worth $9.50 to $12.00. This lot will be offered at man-tailore- $15.00 Ga iranl Milling Co. or D, G. CARPENTER. Stanford, Ky. SKIRTS Lancaster, Ky. $7.50 CAN GET A HOME Get From One To choice for $7.50. BLUE GRASS DAY, At Lexington. Ffaraii COLUMN jQ00 on For the purpose of discussing the advisability of organizing an affiliation of commercial organizations and similiar bodies, of business concerns and individuals in the Blue Grass Region, the Hoard of Commerce ot Lexington has decided to call a conference of men Interested in the developement of their communities and of Central Kentucky, to meet in Lexington at the Phoenix Hotel on the morning of Thursday, April 29th, at 11 o'clock. On the afternoon of this date un opportunity will be given for members of the conference to attend the Idle Hour Stakes event of the Races, and at 8:15 in the evening they will have a chance to hear the noted author and lecturer, Mr. Elbert Hubbard, at the Ren All Theater. The Lexington Board of Commerce has arranged to reserve seats on the atage for men from the Blue Grass towns. Mr. Hubbard's subject will be "Getting Together," and his speech will be in line with the purpose f the conference of that morning. Reserva tions for the seats in the Theater can be made by communicating promptly with the Lexington Board of Commerce. eeeocn to eej adTrr-tli- Mill Jr. J ANY BODY Anj FROM NEW YORK. CREPE WA STS n pA JO.UU Special lot of high grade Waists made of heavy pure silk Crepe de chene at choice for $3.50. Some in White, Sand, Flesh, Yellow, Old Rose, Belgian Blue Am JD1UCK. ana m - Tl .. tviu kumpaic tauiauiv ...IftU icgu- iocbc .til MMMna.A nAMnUl. nun 1 Good Mm Can CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Signature of Victory. The ancients represented Victory as a winged goddess probably because ot her little vay of flying back and forth between the opposing lines. Chicago Herald. Are You a Woman? I Cardui Tin Whim's Tonic mU ML MNM6TS ' perfectly broken to ride and drive, can taining about 1400 acres of Garrard County's beat soil, which I will cut InThis is to warn the public that my rack and trot like a big horse, has nev- to parcels to suit purchasers, in amounts from five acres to an entire farm. place is posted and that I do not allow 310 acres, fertile soil, on good pike. any hunting, fishing or trespassing on er been defeated in fair ring, will make two miles from a thriving village and aame. J. r. Bland. 1 season of 1915 at our premises, the J miles from one of the best graded schools in the State, conducted by four Lost White hound bitch, with col experienced teachers, children conveyed lar bearing my name. Reward for Walker farm, two miles from Danville, to and from school at the expense of G. 11. Colson, the District; intelligent, cultured and on Stanford pike, at Crab Orchard. Ky., Route 2. hospitable people for neighbors, in two miles of High Bridge, where boating, FOR Rock eggaCOc and other methods of entertainment per setting. Mrs, Edd Grow. $10.00 TO INSURE COLT. are ut hand. Five room residence, two 50-Phone Bourne, Ky. tenant houses, 3, acre tobacco barn, 150 acres in grass. Farm is near the proFOR Buroc posed million dollar dam to be conJersey boars extra good ones, weighing structed on Kentucky river, which will 100 pounas or over, at $12. SO each, if furnish electric light for the entire counsold at once. R. II Bronaugh try. It can be divided irto three forms. Crab Orchard, Ky. The Uuster Brown farm near Camp Barred'Plymoth Rock Eggs for sale Dick Robinson, 410 acres, five good Phones 623 and 588-at 50 cents per setting of 15. barns, all new, splendid residence, Mrs. J. E. Anderson, thirtv foot concrete eilo, concrete pools, i I'hone ZZi-Point Leavell. Ky. Kenfucky. lots of hemp, corn, and tobacco land. Danville, Robinson Brothers farm contains 350 For Sale; 250 bales of good timothy acres, one stock barn, two tobacco hay. John V. Miller, Manager, barns, seven room residence. Most uf Lancaster Ky. this is sand stone land and any farmer in Garrard county knows this kind of FOR SALE:-2- 3 head sheep. 38 lambs. land is the land that grows the highest Price eight dollars per head including price tobacco, as well as corn and Mrs. Rhoda E. Wylie. lambs. hemp. The evidences are on the farm Ky. Bryantsville, Phone 37;G to bear cut this statement. This farm is located un the Kemper Lane near and good fresh cow FOR SALE:-2Lexington pike. Arnold, II C. calves. The Beazley farm, one and one half Jlyattsville. Ky. miles from Lancaster, on Lexington pike, 290 acres, good brick residence, good driving mares FOR SALE:-Tw- o tobacco barn, stock barn, in reach of well broke and gentle; one six and one the Lancaster Graded school. The soil W. S. Embry, three years old. is splendid, well watereJ and the farm FOR SALLtAbout 500 bates of fronts one and one quarter miles on Timothy hay, also three yearling bulls, the Lexington pike, In easy reach of Ashby Arnold. town and the entire front can be used as building sites, which I propose to Planter, good as FOR SALE:-Cor- n Black Jack with white points, 8 years cut in any size to suit purchaser. new. 2 cultivators, harrowsjand farm I will exchange any of this property old, 15 hands high, fine breeder and Ing Implements of all kinds. Bargains great individual. A Jack of fine bone for Garrard county property at the A. Elkln, T. and action. Will stand at $10.00 to In- same price I will sell for cash. If you wish to exchange, come with youra 30 bushels of nice sure a living colt. For as you would sell for cash. You. top sugar cane seed. Phone 312 J Will also at same time and place priced red land just as cheap by ex to can get this N. Ross. atand a PEAVINE HORSE at $10.00 J. change as by purchase If you desire to Insure a living colt. change your location. This stock will stand at W. P. Desh-onNow these are four as good farm as j on the Crab Orchard pike 6 there are in the county. If you have You' farm Ky. am troubled with WrtboKtueiaad Mares been a failure in life, stay at borne. miles from Lancaster, distressed fatting alter cdfi . grazed at $2. per month. Care taken If you are the kind who never dreads to prevent accidents, but not responsi- any failures, I want to see you. These ble should any occur. are live farms and want to see live Wor tail af tar aa& mat! astfcvou wH men. Call on or write, SALE:-Hymouth dpaee below tbli beadmsJi for dm of our farmer tabecrlbcri. itie iale of itock, fieiu aud tueb (arm ai the farmer caunot afford No notice will be accepted Uoei, and will beoulyln two (cord free of charge the exclu-ir- e and 1$ for thing oa By Cock Robin Black and white pony, 51 inches tall; I Ten Years To Paj For It. over tonr lne ot Ibe hare four first class farms, lar 56.00 waists. con PftflT SILK UfilJP From New York we have received a choice lot of new R style coats in Coverts, Checks, Plaids, Etc. Very O. specially priced at $5.00 to $6.50 DRESSES AND WHITE DRESSES On this trip our buyer seenred many new styles in Silk Dresses and Lingerie and colored Wash Dresses. Some of these are new in stock and the remainder will be coming along every day. -- JoMSBipiii A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. 0 The Talk Of Fashionable Women are those pretty creations in Spring Footwear now being displayed in our Windows. They are fresh from the style designer of the best Manufacturers in the land. Each shoe is the correct expression of what same Fashion Calls "Style." They are pleasing to look at and eqMiUy-pleasinIn their faultless fit and economical wear. Shoes that ImM their shape better and therefore retain their graceful lines "irh..jiwTT taw the ordinary kind. g BUCK VARNON Sale;-Abo- 's If PARKS & HENDREN: Danville, Ky. n. c Mcnooerta W. P. Deshon. J. I, Hamilton, Lancaster Ky,