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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 29, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915042901_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 29, 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. 1'URE HELlQWh, UNTARNISHED DEMOtRACt AND GOOD UOVERN&tENI. TWINTT SIXTH TIAIt. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 29. 1915. NUMIIR 4. See Our Get . In the pony contest. TRY IT ONCE. If you MEETING OF KENTUCKY' TT H la Princess Coru Planter BP BBBaaaav Easiest Planter to handle, Accurate Dropper. Built of Few Farts and Built Extra Strong. Can be Furnished with Splendid Fertilizer Attachment. Auto Tickets given away. CONN Zii 2N BEOS. LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS ' I have Just returned frurn the mar-- kets where I purchased 'a complete and Up-to-da- te line of Summer Will be pleased to show you the ft styles. Tflrs flclla ftrnold Jrancs. 3G DC 4 r Li - GO TO - Dickerson & Carrier FOR Dry Goods, Shoes and Groceries We pay the highest market price for Country Produce. Ask for tickets on the Automobile. 3QE DQG SPRING TIME IS KODAK TIME. Eastman Kodaks and BROWNIES at AlcR 0 BE TT.- - mm P & Power, Tat Tie Ttovolnrif Ynnr ITIlmc P.houn RTS. K "U: 1 The Faultless Car as to Economy and Convenience. Over- - have anything to sell or trade, PRESS ASSOCIATION. Subscribe for the Keconl anil get want to buy anything, have rooms to rent or desire to find rooms, or In fact 1,000 votes on the pony and cart. Olympian Springs has been selected if you have anything !n mind that you For all Magazines aee "Ml!! Dollv' want to know about, try a Record ad. nt the place for the summer meeting of the Kentucky Press Association, and Country Gentleman now $1.00 a year. It'll pay you. the time Is set for June 4th. We look for a large crowd at this delightful Let Mussel Brown tell you how to resort and a good time is always a raisn young chicks, aee his article in ILLUSTRATED LECTURE. certainty when these pen pushers meet this issue. Hog cholera causes more loss in Ken- to ether. Davidson & Doty have reduced their tucky than all other diseases of anicucumbers In order to make room for mals. An illustrated lecture will be OIL, OIL, ATTENTION given at the Court House Saturday their large beets. afternoon on this dread disease by an LOST:-Blu- o serge coat, at Kaneys expert from the experiment station FARMERS. livery stable, Monday. Return to who will give methods of prevention I can save you money, can fill your Record office or Earnest Gosney. and control. Men, women and children barrel, or sell you an A. No. 1, steel barrel with faucet, GO gallon FOR SALE: Automobile In good con are invited and all farmers and those capacity, at a low figure, and fill same ditlon. Will sell at a bargain. No interested In stock should attend. use for two. Apply at this office with the best oil at low prices, saving you from SI to $2. GOOD SHOW CONING. There will be only eleven months this If you cannot make arrangements Spend the most absorbing evenings year because "June" ran away. If through your merchant, call or phone since you first began attending the you don't believe it go to Romons Standard Oil, Agent. Movies by going to the Opera House Opera House. J. W. Sweeney, tonight (Thursday), Friday and SaturPhone 152. Lancaster, Ky. The government has lust lasuad nights and Saturday matinee. day third bulletin discussing the need of Besides the splendid pictures one alfarmers' wives. We haven't the time ways sees at Romans Opera House, HORSE SHOW or ipsce In thii paper1 to name the there will be seen a high class vaudeATTRACTS LARGE CROWD TO TOWN needs or Just one we know of. ville, of dancing, singing and other musical acts. A splendid performance Last MeasUr. The best recommendation a grocer haa been booked for the Saturday can have is cleanliness. Clean windows. The annual horse show held each clean street and even out into the matinee. County Court day in April, was the street should be cleaned in order that largest seen here in years last Monday. no filth can be blown back into exposed THREE BOYS. While the horses were not up to the vegatables. The Stork editor noticed a smile on usual quantity, they made up for it in The Elizabethtown News announces several faces from the Buckeye vacinity quality and the show was considered the wedding of Carrie Car and Findley and when inquiring into their happiness by many to have been the best held Triplet. Of course this insures Findley found one of their neighbors had been here in years. That the people still of having a Car. but we are not going favored by the Stork passing over town enjoy these horse shows was manifestto say what Carrie might have, we'll and leaving three boys at his house. ed by the fact that the largest crowd Mr. Wesley Simpson is the favored seen here in many months was on hand let Hangs Landram say it. man. One boy weighs five pounds, an and handed out aDulause to their fav Splendid and entertaining pictures other five and one half pounds while the orite animals. s are shown every night at both the Rex third weighs six pounds. All are strong "Bleucher" made a and the Opera House. The National and healthy, and are named Tim, Dick spldndid show and attracted much at Fox hunt showing Messrs 'Arch and and Harry. tention and had many admirers in the . crowd. Woods Walker and their dogs was Frank Foley, of Hackley. was on greatly enjoyed Monday afternoon and A REMARKABLE-CROW- D. hand with his handsome saddler "High night Preston" by Carroll Preston, he is royBro. Pollitt. f the Methodist church. ally Guy Davidson claims the Dixie High bred and a good Individual. has just returned from Commencement way, John Farra claims the Boone "Gay Boyd" owned and shown bv N. Kingswood College. During com W. Rogers, Highway, now the next highway that at of Paint Lick, waa very mencement week he preached twice much comes thru Lancaster we claim for admired and was decidedly the adiy in the chapel which was inadequate best walking horse on the ground. John Stormed and it Is to be known as to hold the large number who attended That noted stallion "All Peavine" the Excuse Our Dust highway. Harry and the remarkable thing about this bred Ware says he only wants to ride over crowd and owned by that master of was that there no one using to, horseman, R. S. Scudder, of McKinney the one going to Hyattsville. bacco in any form, not once even smel never looked better and made many Every one who haa a hose connection ling smoke. This noc only speaks well new frjends here Monday. fa working over time, fighting against for the Principal. J. W. Hughes, but J. Nevin Carter, of Stanford, the the dust evil bv which we are envelon-- for the young men who attend this col proud owner of "Kentucky Gentleman" ed, encompassed and! all but swallowed lege and those who attend the exercises. was on the ground earlv and this mag; up. In spite of all efforts, however, nlncent horse held a good crowd around there is no relief in sight until we get him throughout the entire show. THE BOONE WAY oil, which we are glad to say will be Ray and Amon, of Buckeye, made ROUTED THROUGH LANCASTER. had at an early date, the money having splendid show with "Headlight", a been readily made up for it. beautiful bay, by Red Leaf, a horse The Boone Way meeting called to well known in this vicinity and the sir All other considerations aside, it is meet at Mt. Vernon last Monday night of some splendid animals. common sense to celebrate Christmas was attended by representatives from Duke of Denmark Jr. was very much when holly and mistletoe are in bloom, almost every county along the proposed admired and Clarence Beazley, his and Thanksgiving Day when turkeys are highway and interest was intense owner is very proud of the record he in season. By the same process of throughout the entire meeting. Mr. has made for him in the two years he reasoning, the obvious time for Clean John M. Farra was the only represen has owned him. up Day is In April, when houses and tative from Lancaster, but that he Hamilton's Chief, in the hands of yards show the wear and tear of Winter performed his duties well is attested Felix White, but owned and controlled and when the flowers of earliest Spring by the fact that he succeeded in having by the Government, is a beautiful nspire by their brave, gay efforts to the Boone Way routed through Lancas- chesnut stallion aired by Bourbon Chief ter. The route had previously been and proved very popular with the crowd. brighten a brown earth. permanently fixed from the South to Golden Emerald, owned by Embry It is beginning to dawn upon the Cumberland Gap. At the meeting and Yantis, made his initial appearance Intellect of this blessed country of ours Monday night tne following route was at this show and was very much adthat the worst trouble with business is finally decided upon; mired. He is royally tred, being by due to the overworking of "Be-it-eCumberland Gap to Middlesboro, Golden King and out of an Emerald When one thinks of the thence to Pineville; thence to Corbin; acted." Chief mare. This horse is only four-year62,000 laws passed by congress and thence to London; thence to Mt Ver old, but very promising. state legislatures in the last live years non; thence to Crab Orchard; thence to Kentucky's Choice and Chester and the 65,000 decisions of courts of Stanford; thence to LANCASTER; last resort, we wonder how business thence to Danville; thence to Harrods-bur- g. Chief were i,ot on hand but were, ably represented by their manager, men can possibly know them all and The association decided to Jeave conduct their business in such a way the locating of the remainder of the Mr. Joe McDowell, o f Danville. Kentucky's Choice's winnings were on as to keep out of jail. route at a meeting to be held at display in the window of McRoberta part of May. The drug store and the latter attracted unusual at In Shreveport, Louisiana, they were routing of the Boone Highway through tention and had a high death "Lancaster, means much once to this com Chester Dare, owned by R, M. Moss, rate. The city passed an ordinance munity and every public-spirite- d citizen of Bryantsville, is a handsome individ compelling all dealers in foodstuffs and should rejoice in the great achievement. ual, being aired by old Chester Dare all owners of stables and barns to In and is a horse with as much style as p made of wire install a huge you will see ant where. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE screening, on their premises. Business Rex Moki, by Rex Peavine and out men who did not deal in foedstufTs and Effected Last Night With of a Silver King mare, owned and exhousewives with no barns on their Organization hibited by P. E. Parish, of Crab Orpremises, watched the fine way in Many Members. chard, made a fine show and was much which these great traps caught and praised. heu thousands of flies, and through As a result of a call Issued by Mayor Mr. Robert Burnside exhibited a nice sheer civic pride and desire for cleanli- Davidson last Monday, asking that the horse, Rex, by Hex Peavine, tho propness, everybody, whether affected by business men and citizens meet at the erty of W. A. Price. This horse's dam the law or not, began to install traps, police court room on Wednesday night, was an On Time mure and wrs a nice year, shreveport. Louisiana, about fifty responded and an organiza one. Last made a new record. It had not a single tion was launched to be known as the Mr. Lem Tester, of Bryantsville, death from Infantile paraysis, and only Lancaster Chamber of Commerce, with was driving a nice horse, but the writ one death from typhoid. It costs about twenty-fiv- e chsrter members. er failed to get his name. Lem wouldn't seventy-fiv- e cents a year to run a The following officers were unanimous own one unless he was good and well ly elected to serve for one year; J. E. bred, so you will have to ask him for Stormea, President, R. L. Elkin, Vice his breeding. The pony show was fine and amused President and L. G. Davidson, Secre FINE BOY. tary. The membership consists cf the the children during the entire show. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Higgins, who citizens and business men of the town Diamond Dick, controled by J. W. are living on the farm of the late Mr, and community and a committee was Sweeney was looking fat and fine and John Simpson, are rejoicing over the appointed to solicit new members; this Jesse Is very proud of the showing he arrival of a fine boy. The young man committee Is composed of Dr. J. B. Is making this season. has been named Chester Frank. "Shelbark" the beautiful pony of Kinnalrd, J. M. Mount, J. S. Haselden, II. V. Bastin and S. F. Hughes. This Ray and Amon, of Buckeye Is looking newly organized body went on record fine and was very much admired. Ask for coupon! In the Pony Contett. m i I I Mr. Farmer Come and see the I g 1 Janesville CORN PLANTER Made in a Disc or Shoe. Shaft drive, there are no chains. No Better Corn Planter Made. Osborne Disc Harrows. HASELDEN BROS. 1 Pony tickets given on all cash sales. m 3C 31 IE G. M.LYONS BUSY . CASH r STORE. Trying to save a few dollars on a Salt is false economy, when yon can buy HIRSH--WICKWIR- E COMPASS ' the higher order for a fair price. You are Invited to inspect these dignified garments, whether a purchase is intended or CLOTHES of not. v G. M. LANCASTER. LYONS. KENTUCKY. ZZJE IE 31 DC IT The BemirS IBBjSaaiBalSaBalx XSpsft HaW MTsaaaaatjrTlf Af1sW I saaaaaaaaaaaP ' Tobacco Planter. Will Set Plants Where Others Fail. The plants will grow better and the tobacco will ripen from two to three weeks earlier ; J 2 Electric Lights and Electric Starter. Ize Tires and Demountable Rims. Simply - ! Noisless Powerful Motor. ! .lwt Desitfntd Especially for the Woman Driver. W ufcfcep,averagU) 16 to 18 miles to gallon of v dasoHne. chines l stock ready for immediate delivery. ; : Master Clay KaufTman Shackelford Is very proud of a little sister who was left at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Emma KaufTman, last Thursday morning. He says he will be old enough to look after this young lady and no other beau reed ever apply, She waa named Mary Keen for the paternal grandmother. JOHN. v .."T" it? 1. STORMBS " 'i ij and uaanimously voted a resolution endorsing the Blue Grass Dixie Highway Association and agreed to stand solidly for the Cincinnati route of the Dixie Highway, via Covington, Lexington, Crab Orchard, Somerset and to a point on the Tennessee line at or near At bany. A committee was appointed to meet with the Board of Commerce of Lexington at a conference called by that body to meet today in the interest Beginning Tonight, Thurs of their several communities and of be an Kentucky. There day fcW LMcuter Opera House Central meeting tomorrowwill (Friday) other fin a Htfrw KaCUii YmsW- - eveniag at the police court room and every citizen of the town and county fiHt ad pktarM each hit the r Is asked and earnestly requested to be US' stsf wlf VI VI WfVIt , present. PROUD OF SISTER. ed by Ham ami Atdrldgc, of Hyatu- ville, is beautifully marked and a hand some pony. "Barlowe ' never looked better and was admired by all. He is owned by R. I. Button of Bryantsville, but is In charge of W. B. Burton of this city Silver Silk", another Shetland own- - than when set by hand. For sale by this season. "Major C. Jr." decidedly the small est pony on exhibition and a true Shet land type, being only 42 Inches and as good In conformation and finish as one cares to see. Owned by R. L. Elkln.,' Most of the horses mentioned above, are advertised In this Issue of the Record and any one wishing their pedigrees can do so. PS W. J. ROMANS, LANCASTER. St KENTUCKY. t.sa Page 2 h Lafa-t- y 1 The Central Record, Thursday April 29, 1915. UAIMMTEED CURE "LV'JL'S eh" ENDORSED AT HOME HEALTH 8 DISEASE of can rem effort when too loco .nj Parent e r put tip ihatla hoi 7ho"? rt mMr rk better than ear otHer inown itmrtj. All ii Jkl not U woSld nit be aoH on inch a Krort inaraatee. lr bo.H.I ttllln how to lin roar hot . BOuinoH RKM1I1T COMMMT, le.lnetgjKT: Bourbon t"HOBtmjar unoiera namvay merenteed J. R. Mount, Son & Co. CftSlSTiV Such Prool as This Skoals! Convince An; Lancaster Citizen. We hare a pleasant laxative thst will do Just what you, vast it to do. We sell thousands of them and ire have never seen a better remedy for th bowels. Bold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRobertt ' 10 Not Qrlfj6 'jrV """' Sold by M1 Ii I III The public endorsement of n local citizen In the best proof that can bo None better, none stronger produced. can be had. When a man comes for ward and testifies to his addresses his friends and neigh bors, you may be sure he is thorough Tide department It conducted tr ItiiMell I' ly convinced or he would not do so, II em Telling one s experience when it Is for tlroirn. joujrnir blnle Ililt slek, writ him: lie will tell through rirp.rlmfnt where tho public Rood Is an act of kindness lonrironhle llee . lljom.nt prrioiml re- that should be appreciated. The fol HX enl itunipeil envelope. lowing statement given by a resikentof Lancaster adds one more to the many cases of Home Endorsement which are THE CARE OF YOUNG CHICKS being published about Doan's Kidney fellow-cltl-sen- POULTRY. PAINT LICK Mrs. Fred Hall spent the past wefk In Louisville. Mrs. Mittle Arnold of Intllann Is the guest of her daughter Mrs. Ilurdette HEAD LIGHT. Head Light will make the season of 1015 at our barn, 3 miles below Bu Keye on the Buckeye and Lancaster pike at the very low price of Danville Pike, Lancaster, says: "My kidneys were disordered and I suffered from aching pains across tho small of my back. The irregular kidney action obliged me to rise at night. I have considerable bend ing to do in my work and I became easilv tired and languid. Doan's Kidney Tills relieved ire." v 1'rice 60c, at all dealers, Don't simple ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney rills the same that Mr Davis had. Co., Props., BulTalo. N. Y. Foster-Milburn Pills. Readii. W. C. Davis, tailor, $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. MT. HEBRON Miss Iva Lou Preston is the guest of Miss Maggie .Montgomery of 'Bryants-vil- K guests of her parents Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Mayes and Mrs. T. R. Slavin. Cot I k .m Dr. and Mrs. Ilurdette Ramsey and Hfj. ltd CaiTiatttd by J. BobL Cmmt. Bsrditown, Ky. Price 50c it all Sraglits, Mrs J. N. Holloway and little daughter OLD QV by Red Wilkes 1749. Francis Terrill, of Chattanooga Tenn., Montgomery some days ago a nice sleepy and sluggish. R. E. McKoberts, Druggist, Lmicnster, Ky. Also at the same time and place will stand Then another great problem for late are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Iluryoung horse price $150. chicks is that there are more dette Ramsey. our pony, Mr. J. T. Snerrow an aged gentleman hatched lice moving around then than in the Ids' home on Sugar Creek, who died at was interred in Mt. Hebron cemetery early spring, and if lhev happen to gel FARM FOR SALE. on them and on the hen, unless someSunday morning. to Insure a Living Colt. , At thing is done at once they will kill every Farm containing DC acres, three mile Mr. Fred Peel and Miss Lucy Minor one of them. Late hatched chicks do Shelbark is by Dock Gray, an Imported of Danville were the guests Sunday of not ssem to be as able to tight them oil north of Lancaster on the Lexington Shetland and out of Coys Shetland Pony. pike, well improved with good stock Miss Bessie Rogers at the home of her as the earlier hatched ones. Shelbark is 52 Inches high, beautifully markbarn and all necessary out buildings, sister Mrs. W. L. Grow. go to her with never failing While the hen is setting Ha is known as the ed and Is a splendid individual. springs and splendid Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Grow of Pleas nest every few days and dust her well Webb Rainey Tony. young orchard in full bearing. The ant Hill; Mrs. Peachie Grow, Mrsi Lee with some good insect- powder. J. Also residence contains ten rooms, with bath We will also at the same time and place Grow and children of Locust Grove it is a good idea to take your spray and and other modern conveniences. Thi were the guests of Mr. and Mrs Edd making a crude carbolic acid, one quart stand our big G year old Jack, has been mostly in grass, for the past Grow Saturday. to three parU of kerosene. Spray thii 14 years and is now ready to grow Miss Eulala Montgomery entertained all around the nest and the quarters hemp or tobacco, sixty-fivacres at her home at Lock No. 8 Saturday where the setting hens are kept. Dust bluegrass, the balance in clover and at $8.00 to insure living horse mule and $10. night, Miss Christine Stone and M the hen again just before taking her olf meadow. The desirable location, fer to insure living mare mule. Harod Rains of Berea and Mr. Askin the nest then you are ready to remov tility of the soil, makes this o most of Beuna Vista. vour brood. Money due when mare is traded, sold or desirable home. For further partlcu After a few days if you see by Mr. C. V. Johnson was called lars, apply to bred.to other (stock. Will use every means Jessamine Saturday by the death of his spection that you have not cleaned th Alex West, Lancaster Ky to prevent accidents but not responsible chicks of tho lice, then it is a good ide j sister, Mrs. Wm Braden who died sud should any occur. denly Saturday morning, Mr. and Mrs to take each chick and grease its head Braden Were formerly residents of this just a little with salty meat grease lard, Then it would be no bad idea to let th community. little fellows .have a little sunshine to ANY BODY CAN GET A HOME keep the grease from bothering them Nothing So Good lor a Cough or Cold. so much. Always remember that Any Good Man Can Get From One To Buckeye, Ky. Phone 387-H- . When you have a cold you want the plenty of shade and to be free from best medicine obtainable so as to get lice is what they need most. Ten Years To Pay For It. rid of it with the least possible delay, I do not feed the chicks until they NO. who consider Cham are! at least t hours old. Then Thoe berlain's Cough Remedy unsurpassed I begin to feeding them on commercial l nave lour nrst class forms, con This royal bred Jack will make the season at my place at $10,00 Mrs. J. BoroiT, Elida, Ohio, says chick feeds (have used a number of djf "fcver since my daughter Ruth was ferent kinds and find them all tOj be talmng about 1400 acres of (tarrard to insure n living cole, 520.00 for Jennet colt or $10.00 for Jack colt. cured of a severe cold and cough by nearly the same in results), from the County's best soil, which I will cut in Chief Napoleon is by Hill Napoleon, 3rd, No. 3700, 1st dam Ky's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tw very beginning. I fend about five to parcels to suit purchasers, in amounts will make the season at my place 1 years ago, I have felt kindly dispose times a day until they get to be a week from five acres to an entire farm. Best 205 1, by John Morgan. Sr-- , 1931. 2nd dam Joe Hlackbtim 310 acies, fertile soil, on good pike, toward tne manutacturers of that pre' old, then I begin to cut it down until I mile from Bryantsville on the Lexby Daisy, 1215. Hill Napoleon 3rd. by Daughman Napoleon, 2nd, he by paration. 1 know ot nothing so quick get to feeding three times a day. I two miles from a thriving village and ington pike, at the low price of to relieve a cough or cure a cold." For use manufactured drinking fountains li miles from one of the best graded Najwleon 179(i. he by old Napoleon, 1130. Hill Napoleon dam Missouri sale by all dealers. and like them fine, for there is no way schools in the State, conducted by four Queen, by Senator Ilcck 21 10, by Daniel Boone I consider this for the chicks to paddle in the water experienced teachers, children conveyed to and from school at the expense of the best young Jock 1 ever owned,' He is 15 hands high, black with I am very and get their feet wet. DON'T BE A PESSIMIST, Jw careful to see that they have plenty of the District; intelligent, cultured and white points, I will also stand another fine Jack, HI IB clean, fresh water before them at all hospitable people for neighbors, in two A pessimist is a queer fellow. miles of High Bridge, where boating, He couldn't be much else, because times. and other methods of entertainment chicks begin to get up Alter these is are at hand. Five room residence, two At S6.00 for Horse Mule and S9.00 for Mare Mule. Chester Dare is a solid bay, 16 hands high, nice long rangy neck he He a pessimist. borrows your horse and then kicks about a month old I begin to feed them tenant houses, 3 acre tobacco barn, 1C0 with more style than any horse I ever owned. He is by Old Chester at his gait. He is 15'i hands high, black with white points and a flue indi cracked wheal (cracked once), and acres in grass, i arm is near the pro Dare. 1st dam by Granby, Record 2:1954, lie by Princeps. He begs a cigar and complains of the cracked corn. I have a small hand mill posed million dollar (Jam to be con vidual. He was sired by John Morgan 2705 (T. O. Hill's champion Jack) grind tho grain and can be regulated to structed on Kentucky river, which will dam Nannie B. 2G33. by Old Bcccher, the greatest breeding Jack of his Also at the same time and place will stand my G year old Jack quality. He listens to a five dollar sermon and make is anv size desired. I crack the furnish electric light for the entire coun grain in proportion to the size anu agu try. then drops a nlckle on the collection It can be divided irto three farms. time. of the chicks. Always feed the grain plate. The lluster Brown farm near Camr, in the grass or in litter, so that they in tno nelgnt or. prosperity he sees Dick Robinson, 410 acres, five good at ?8.00 for living horse mule and $10.00 for living mare mule. will have to work for it. I like for nothing but gloom ahead. barns, all new, splendid residence Black Jim is by Old Napoleon with cood broad bone, Rood head and ear He gloats over his own virtues and them to team to scratch early and to thirty foot concreto silo, concrete pools, and has prov;n a good breeder rails at the frailties of his neighbors, keep it up all the time whilo they are lots of hemp, corn, and tobacco land. Lien will be retained on all colts until season is paid. Money due when Kentucky's finest Saddle Stall' He knows he would prosper by good growing, for I have found the saying Robinson Brothers farm contains 330 mare is traded or Dred elsewhere. Will try to prevent accidents, but not re 'the working hen is the paying hen' make the season at my stabi roads and the Dixie Highway coming ncres, one stock barn, two tobacco sponsible should any occur. to be very true. thru Lancaster and yet he give it barns, seven rooiq residence. Most uf mile East of McCrearv and vix miles From that age on I still feed grain kick for fear it will costhim something, is allowing them plenty ot range with this sand stono land and any farmer East of Lancaster at tho very low price He was born with a grouch, lives the in Garrard county knows this kind of life of a grouch, and dies the death of green stuff on it. Some poultrymen do land is the land that grows the highest of . a grouch, and the is not approve ot feeding grain all the prico and as well Phone 53-Bryantsville, Ky. dead and the townsooner the grouchthe time, but I get splendid results from hemp. tobacco,evidences are as corn farm $10. to Insure a Living Colt is rid, of him on tho The this kind of feeding. It may be be to better. He la a rich chestnut in color, about bear cut this statement. This farm cause I do not try to handle as many as is located on the Kvinpet Lane near 10 hands high" and weighs about 1,200 some poultrymen do. Lexington pike. Rheumatic Pains Relieved. pounds, with fine rnune and 'tall and Tho Beazley farm, one and one half Why suffer from rheumatism when miles from Lancaster, on Lexington plenty ot bone and substance, with lots ON THE WAR. BLAME IT relief may be had at so small a cost? pike, 290 acres, good brick residence, Mrs. Elmer Hatch. Peru. Ind.. writes. 'If you feel too strong to work, tobacco barn, stock barn, in reach of of natural style. He has racked quarters in'forty seconds and stepped just I have been subject to attacks of If you wan't to loaf and shirk the Lancaster Graded school. The soil as fast in harness, both in trot and pace. He is bred in the purple, being by rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's Use the universal quirk, la splendid, well watereJ and the farm Ha is a full brother to' Eftelle, by Zlcalda the great Dorsey Gold Dust, 12052. Liniment always relieves mc Im fronts one and one quarter miles on Blame Hon the war. mediately, and I take pleasure in re. the Lexington pike, in eaty reach of Gold Dust, 4 100, he by Gold Dust 150, he by Vermont Morgan, he Jby Justin If it rains instead of shines, commending it tojothers." 25 and 50 town and the entire front can be used Morgan, he by old Comet Morgan. 1st dam Peavlno 85, by Young Dilmond, he If the tide to wait declines, Don't miss the wonderful cent bottles. For sale by all dealers. as building sites, which I propose to at once upon these line- sAct by Diamond Denmark, he by Washington Denmark. He has proven himself a ODoortunitv for educational any size to suit purchaser. cut in Blame it on the war, I will exchange any of this property champion breeder and has shown some of of the best colts in Central Kentucky and pleasure travel afforded by the you think this verb Tin If perchance for Garrard county property at the filling fait Panama-Pacifi- c is so bad it can't be worse, same price I will sell for cash. If you ranging In price from 1125.00 to $150.00 as weanlings. Hlsbooksure Do not stop to fume and curs- ewish to exchange, come with yours Visitors are welcome at all times. San Francisco Blame it on the war. priced as you wnuld sell for cash. You I retain a lien on all colts until season money Is paid. Mare tramferred Pa nama-CalifornThe undersigned hereby give warn Exposition can get this land just as cheap by ex ing to all persons not to trespass upon San Diego change as by purchase if you desire to or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance and must bo paid at once. Care taken (o our lands for any purpose whatever as Stomach Trouble Cured. change your location. prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Phone 3C4-Tickets are on sale every day at we will prosecute all olfendera to fu Now these are (our as good farms as Very Low Excursion Fares via l9t extent of t law. Hunters and. Mrs. II. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa., there are in the county. If you have Fishermen especially take notice. writes, "For some time I suffered from been a failure in life, stay' at home. Ed & N li Price U. L. Elkln stomach trouble. I would have sour If you are the kind who never dreaus of th South W. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J, West. Stomach and feel bloated after eating. any failures, I want to see you. These H. O. Arnold. For full information, se Ticket Agent, Southern James G. Conn. Nothing benefited me until I got Cham- are live farms and want to see live Railway tor write U. H. Todd, District Fasten-ge- r berlain's Tablets. After taking two C. Morgan, J. P. Bland. Call on or write, Agent, Southern Railway, Louleville. Ky. For men. We will add other names for 25 cents bottles of them I was cured." Horses, Jacks and Janneta for sale at all times. J. I. Hamilton, Lancaster Ky ale by all dealers. cash. -I w Head Light is a bay with white points. G years old, 15 M hands high, has plenty of body and natural style and action. He is a great horse and a good breeder. He was sired by Red Leaf 21391, record 22GH. Trial 2:16, half l:06tf the sire of Mary 2:28 X and Red Spite 2:29H. He by C. F. Clay, recbrd 2:18. His first dam was by Granby. record, 2:lflJ4:he by Princcps. 2nd dam by Blacks Hamiltonian,3rd dam Mr. Elgan Montgomery sold to Mr. Odus Nay lor a bunch of shoats at 7Jc per lb. into healthy birds. Messrs L. E. Speaks and Dennie thing to contend with will be the exScott spent Sunday with Mr. Robert treme heat. If anyone has an orchard Speaks. that is good and shady, or some oilier well shaded spot, then this is the place Mr. Solomon Childers of was with relatives here Saturday night for these May and June hatched chicks. If exposed to the hot sun too much and Sunday. Mr. Hunter Ray sold to Mr. M. L. they will act as though they are very Ramsey. Mr. Carlos Hedrlck had as his guests for the week end Misses Noe and Nolan of Richmond. Miss Parks, of the Richmond Normal was with the home folks for IN MAY AND JUNE. the week end. Miss Johnetta Farra of Lancaster All breeders who expect to exhibit was the guest of Miss Elizabeth Waltliis fall have had their chicks hatched ker over Sunday. olf for two or three months, but there Mrs. Hugh Moran of California was are just scores of people who didn't guest of her cousin, Mrs. J, Wade set a hen until jn April. I had a friend the WBlker the past week. Come to me the other day (this being Mr. and Mrs. J. Ollays of Stanford the latter part of April) saying that he had ordered a fine setting of eggs. He have been the guests of Mrs. E. H, hasn't gotten his eggs yet, and by the Walker and daughters. Prof. G. L. Wateibury attended the time he gets his eggs and gets his chicks off it will then be the last of Kentucky Educational Association in May, He may be able to raise good Louisville the past week. chicks from those eggs, but for my Dr. II. J. Patrick. Dr. W. L. Car- part I would rather have one chick man and S. M. Denny left Sunday for hatched In the early spring (February Livingston on a fishing trip. or March), than to have a half dozen Miss Mattie Woods of Madison In hatch when his will. stitute, spent the week end with her Still there are going to be lots of chicks parents Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Woods. hatched in May. so we must plan how Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Woods, Mrs. to give them the best of care and atWoods Walker aid (JeofTrey 'Morgan tention in order that they will develop motored to Danville Thursday and spent The greatest large Jele Another Menage To the Business Men of Lancaster Dullness tights shy of dead towns. A sure sign of desil one la the lack of local pride. People who live In a live, prosperous town show It. Their stores are attractive, their streets clean, their homes are well painted. y Nothing shows a lack of pride, a lack of prosperity, like buildings. L. t's paint up. As the most durable and economical paint, we recommend Phoenix Painter White Lead llor (Dulclv Trado Mark) and pure linseed oil, mixed right on the job, to suit the job. Have your painter tint it any color you wish. We carry all other paint necessaries also. Consult us on that job of palming yog have in mind. Today's the day. C. G. & J. E. STORMES, Druggists. Lancaster, Ky. the day, Mrs. Ellen Mayes Wilson sons, of Richmond, were the and two week-end CURES Cholera. Gaoes. Limberneck. Roud. Canker. .. tvi unll am flnOD rouury Diarrhoea ana an Diseases 01an.la no ccmk, iu rir DuJtfowa, wac. D Jte J till tM nin tM Wt iU ih. UTUI .. wu, etol Mm) IK. dwe MU.rif Tm. . i Ik. a a R 1 moiicei afuuury MHistra Tatf aa ST . 4-11- -44 iL JJZ m r. $10. .SHELBARK ' - GREY TOM e RAY & ANION are-ma- forty-eigh- CHIEF NAPOLEON, 5107. Chester Dare $10. To Insure a Living Colt. BEECHER MORGAN BLACK JIM, Dorsey Gold Dust, Jr. R. M. MOSS, R. Visit Iff Exposition ia POSTED ml Southern Railway Walker Bradshaw, - McCREARY, - KENTUCKY. 9 1 The Central Record, Thursday April 29, 1915 : Page 3 j CARDS.J OFFICE Residence Phone 41 Dr. J. S. GILBERT. CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. Office I'lione 69 LANCASTER. KV. J!. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician )) fitted, (Iiiftctlon Oaaranl.td. Honakers Fine Cut 'Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. Clay. Kauffman, Attorney-At-Law Offices on Dnnvllle Street over Post Office. Office flione 34. M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentuok; Paint Liok. OrW. E. McWilliams i Physician and Surgeon. Phone 387-BUCKEYE. KY. Prompt Service day and night. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL, DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence I'hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTEH. KY. "ST N. Omc.Hour.1? K. Denny and W.A. Wbeeler ttr Hart 4lor.. A Asdtr Dtdtrs Of DUl Servery. KENTUCKY. ' Offie.i lioimrt BnlldlDf fOD'i Farntiar LANCASTER. Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Ralney's -- Lancaster. Office Livery Stable. Kentucky rBuy Gold Med&h Tbe Sura Growlof Kind nea SEEDS SIIO CO Bar lhm from your local Md dUr. If b. cut' t tupplr you. writ, m diroct. Ind LOUItVILUE and Mam LwlnMto, Ky. HARRY JACOBS ilanufacturer and Dealer In High Class Monuments. Original Designs and Prompt Ser Convice. Guaranteed Quality. nections at all Granite and Marble Quarries. Olllco and Works on Cemetery Hill. Closed onSaturdays Telephone 104. Stanford, Kentucky. STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruit and Shade Troes Our first offering of the remorkable Mammouth Pearl Potato Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agta. qj.HiUimiyirl&ni. Lexington, Kentucky. 1841. 16 Spaika Claude 2 da work 160 Prewitt N. 3 da work Si hlg " 3 00 A. 3 post Si overseer 8 15 Sparks John R. 4 da " 3 00 Spark Jim 2 da 160 Prewitt Elijah 4 da work 1 CO " 1 05 Sebastian Jas 2 da Pendleton Lee work hours 1 CO " 3 00 Scott Tom 4 da work Pollard Hob 2 da 4 00 " 3 00 Scott E. B. 4 da overseer Pickard J. M. 4 da 4 GO 3 00 Sutton George 3 da hlg Pickard J. H. 4 na 3 00 work Same 4 da " 37 Parson Italian! 1 da " 3 00 " 37 Sutton Green 4 da Parson Tom da 1 60 " . " 3 00 Smith James 2 da Rarson Wm 4 da 2 25 " 75 Sebastian Parson 3 da " Pelfrey D. II. 1 da 1 60 " 9 00 Sanders Roy 2 da Peace J. II 4 da The following Is a complete list, of the 4 60 " Pingleton Geo 4 da a 00 Scott Dennle 3 da hlg claim) allowed by the Fiscal Court of 1 CO work " Phelps David 3J da 2 G2 Sanders Henry 2 da Garrard County at the regular October Phelps 1 da 1 60 Smith Hobart J. F. 2 da Term. 1914 un to and Including the 50 " 3 00 Smith Sim 2 da Peters Ulysus4 da April term, 1916, viz. 1 60 " 3 00 Fmith Jim 1 da hlg Prather Joe 4 da Claims for work on County roadi. 1 60 work 4 00 Smith Wm 2 da Preston Willie 4 da overseer " (Continued from last week) 160 work 3 00 Smith John 2 da Preston Eddie 4 da " 160 1 87 " 3 00 Smith Joe 2 da i'lerce Joe 4 da work Naylor Will 21 da " 3 00 " 3 00 Soper Dick 4 da K60 PJumer John 4 da Naylor Hayden 2 da " " 1 50 1 50 " 3 00 Sherrow Bob 2 da " Prewitt Lee da Naylor Odui 2 da I 60 " 3 00 Simpson Rollie 2 da " 3 00 Porter Herbert 4 da " Navlor Hob 4 da 1 60 " 3 75 Simpson Wm 2 da 4 CO Prather Roy 4 da work 1 da hlg Naylor Leonard 3 da hlg 1 60 work. 2 25 Sabastlan Asbie 2 da " 3 00 Prather Cecil 3 da Same 4 da work " 3 00 3 00 Smith W. II. 4 da 300 Prather R. A. 4 da Noe G'orge 4 da work Same 1 da " 75 " 3 00 4 00 Palmer Tom 4 da Napier C. F, 4 da overseer Schooler Grover 4 da " 3 00 4 da wrk 21 da hlg 0 75 3 00 Prathel Willie work Newland John 4 da Schooler Herbert 4 da ', 3 00 " 3 00 Pendleton Clarence 4 dawk 4 da hlg 9 00 On or about May Sth we will move our entire stock of goods to the Noel Illll 4 da Sherrow Frank 3 da " 2 25 1 60 1 50 Penningtan Felix 2 da work Naylor Curtit 2 da Sutton E. II 3 da overseer 3 00 1 60 " Lapsley Store rooms, In and adjoining the Hotel Annex on East Main 2 25 Ponder Justice 2 da work Naylor Geo 3 da Speaks J, T. 4 da hlg 6 00 3 00 " 3 00 Prewitt Jim 4 da work Norrlt Tom 4 da name 4 da overseer 4 00 3 00 Shearer George 4 da hlg' " 3 00 Peace Oaklev 2 da hlg Noel Jasper 4 da street, formerly occupied by Pushin Brothers, where we will be tem6 00 3 00 Shearer Aithur4dahlg 10 00 Preston Holbert 4 da work Naylor I. F 4 da hlg Si ovir 6 00 75 9 00 Preston Harrison 1 da work same 4 da 3 00 porarily located during the. time required for erecting a modern store work Navlor A. R. 4 da wrk & hlg 4 60 Shearer George 4 da ' Same 3 da hlg 3 00 3 00 Naylor Sam 4 da work G 00 Shearer Jasper 4 da 3 00 Preston Eddie 4 da hlg " ' 3 00 Naylor Ed 4 da work building on the site of our present premises 1 60 Sebastian Arthur 4 da " 4 00 Palmer Hob 2 da work 3 00 Napier C. F. 4 ka overseer 75 Sebastian Homer 4 da wk 4 da hlg 9 00 3 00 Pullins Morris 1 da work Noel Arthur 4 da work 4 CO Sebastian W. T. 4 dr overseer 4 00 3 00 Prather W. L. 2 da work Si elg Neeley Wallace 4 da work Our original intentions were to remodel our old building, but the 4 CO Prewitt Oscar 2 da work Si hlg 4 CO Stigall Tom 4 da work Owens Alfred 3 da hlg 3 00 1 CO Smith Gat 4 da " 3 00 Prewitt Harvey 2 da work 3 00 Same 4 da work opportunity presented by these vacant store rooms enables us to com" 3 00 Psewilt F. M. 2 da overseer Ogg Jamea 4 da work 3 00 2 00 Singleton John 4 da 4 50 Parsun D. M. 4 da hlg & overseer 9 00 Smith Luther I da Oaks John 2 da work Si hlg 75 pletely vacate our present building, and we have decided to carry out 1 CO " 1 CO 1 60 Simpson Wm 3 da work Oaks lien 2 da Pearson liiilie 2 da work Simpson Irvine 1 da " " 3 00 75 Onitott Itufus 4 da plan of erecting just the kind of a modern store that a 2 25 Arch 3 da work " " 3 00 Robinson Shearer Taylor 1 da 75 Onstott Hilly 4 da 3 00 Rankin D. F. 2 da hlg Schooler Roy 11 da work 1 da hlg 1 87 3 00 Osborne Malcom 4 da " we require for our business 3 00 work Ready Edd 4 da 3 00 Ollis Fred4dawotk " Smith Glass 1 da work 75 3 00 Ready Jell 3 da G 00 Sebastian Jess 1 da work Owens Alfred (1912) 4 da hlg 37 3 00 " 4 Simpson Clay 4 da " 3 00 Ready Price da Owens Ed 4 da work 3 00 The loyalty of our friends has made thi possible, and we nsk you ". 3 00 4 " Simpson John 4 da hlg 11. C. 4 da 3 00 Rankin D. F. da 6 00 Onstott " 3 00 4 2 25 Ray Jesse da Sanders J. W. 4 da wrk 3 da" O'Hearn Charley 3 00 to visit us in our temporary quarters, where you will find the same 1 6o " " John Simpson 4 da " 2 25 Ray Willie 2 da 3 00 O'liearn John 3 da' 1 60 Ray Harrison (col) 2 da " Stevens Arch 4 da " & hlg 9 00 O'Hearn Tom 31 da hlg Si 8 post 7 25 high quality of merchandise, and a most hearty welcome. .. . 3 00 Harmon 4 da " Same 4 da overseer 3 00 Radford Pence1 A & W 2 da work 4 00 " 2 G2 Rothwell Wm 31 da G 00 3 00 Stinnett MeivJn 4 da hlg Pence W. U. 4 da work 2 G2 Bob (col) 31 da work 4 da work Same 2 25 Royston 3 00 Preston Harrison 3 da work 2 25 Ray Oscar 1 da hlg 1 87 Pennington John 2i da work 2 25 Shelton James 4 dt " Si 4 da hlg 9 00 Same a ua worn 3 78 Reynolds Same 21 da hlg 3 00 work 2 25 Shelton Mat 4 da " Joe 3 da " 9 00 Robinson Alex 1 da 3 00 'reston Si 4 da hlg Si work 371 Sparks Sidney 4 da 9 00 3 00 Preston Willie 3 da hlg Si work 1 60 Sparks Turner 4 da " Renfro Hill 2 da 600 Rogers Lem 2 da 3 00 Ponder Albert 4 da hlg 1 50 Simpson Irvlnt 2 da hlg " 1 CO Same 4 da work 3 00 Rogrrs Calvin 2 da 1 60 Sebastian Ottie 2 da wrk " 1 GO 3 00 Rogers Frank 2 da Payne James 4 da work 1 60 Simpson Wesley 2 da P60 Ross Joe A. 1 da hlg Ponper Albert 1 da hlg 2 00 1 GO Simpson Irvine 2 da overseer 75 Ross Howard 2 da work 2 60 Payne James 1 da work , 1 60 Starnes John 31 da wrk 1 60 3 00 Pointer Tom 2 da work " 2 C3 Starnes Bill 4 da " Ross D. F. 31 da 9 00 Ponder May 5 da work 4 da hlg 3,00 3 00 Starnes Steve 4 da " Ramsey Iiert 4 da " 2 25 Robinson Ross 1 da work 3 00 Parson tiros 11 da hlg 76 Steward fantis 4 da" 3 00 Ray Floyd work 3 00 Same 4 da 3 00 Shearer J. E. 4 da " 4 da " 1 88 3 00 Parson Uallard 4 da 2 25 Stone Harry Bal on road work Ramsey Harve 3 da " 3 00 " 3 37 Parson Tom 4 da 2 25 Stone Harry 11 da wrk Si hlg Rothwell Henry 3 da " 4 da " 3 00 3 00 Ray John (col) 2 da " Ponder Uob 4 da 1 60 Stone Bert very long time sometimes), and then business with Mexico. 1 b5 Lowry 4 da " 3 00 DON T NEGLECT THE GARDEN an Instant on the other. But suddenly Ponder Arthur 21 da " 1 CO Speak I will also state that all the land 2 da " Ray Charlie 1 12 Sutton Josh 4 da " 3 00 Pickard Jim 11 da 4 CO Ray Tom 2 da work & 2 da hlg Gardening time Is here. We have a happy thought seemed to strike him, under the irrigating ditches on the Rio .1 60 Sherrow Luke 4 da " 3 00 Pickard John 2 da 3 00 Robinson C. S. 4 da wrk such weather as has been and grasping the bride's hand he shook Grand river produce fine fruits and 1 60 " Powell Allen 2 da 6 00 hardly seen 3 00 Sutton Jonn 4 da wrk & hlg Robinson Ordie 4 da wrk showered upon all Kentucky for the it heartily, exclaiming, "Allow me to vegetables.in fact, it produces well any. " 4 da " 4 da 3 00 3 00 Prtwitt Cawon 1 60 Smith Charlie thing you plant or sow In the soil. Now' Ray Sam 2 da work month. True we need rain, but congratulate you!" 3 no 3 00 put Prewitt Earl 4 da 3 00 Smith Walter 4 da " At one of our millinery stores, last I am not inviting my old beloved atate Ray Boyston 2 da hlg it will come. If we plant God will water " 3 00 Ray Bill 2 da work 3 00 Prewitt Nat 4 da 1 60 Sutton Steve 4 da " back to garden- week, a man came in with his wife and of Kentucky to move to ElPaso, but I 3 00 Ray Henry 2 da " '3 00 as he always has. But Samo2d hlg 1 60 Sowder Recce 4 da " ing. Be sure and devote some time and baby, the wife to buy a hat. He told do ask you to come and see for your4 da " 6 00 Ray Royston 2 da " 3 00 Pendleton Hiram 4 da hlg 1 50 Sowder Geo. I of your work his wife to set down and hold the baby self and then render your verdict. 4 00 Itay Henry 2 da hlg Same 4 da overseer 3 00 attention to this feature 3 00 Sowder Calvin 4 da" mnch money by It, and he would buy her hat, with that he will conclude by saying, God blesa all you will save 1 CO 3 00 and Calvin W. H. 4 da " Roy 2 da work Prewitt 3 00 Royston John Jr. 4 da work preparing a large quantity of began and tried on all the hata in the of my old Kentucky friends and give 3 00 Royston Jim 4 da work 6 00 besides Price Joe 4 da work to them health and prosperity. 3 00 Smith Walter 4 da hlg good healthy food for your family and shop, with each one he would say S 4 60 3 00 Price Veater 3 da hauling how do you like it". As he 3 00 Sowder W. H. 2 da " E. C. Stall, Rankin Dave 4 da " for some of your Improvident neighbor. her, "well 1912 3 00 Rains U. G. 4 da " 6 00 Same 4 da work no Apollo to begin with and had 3 00 Sutton G. B. 4 da " ElPaso, Texas. A good garden will reduce the high was 6 75 Ray Mose 4 da hauling 3 00 Pollard M. II. 3 da " Si hlg several weeks beard on his face she 6 00 Smith Reese 4 da wrk living. 6 75 Pollard T. T. 3 da " & " 3 00 cost of was not enthusiastic enough about any 1 60 Simpson Fred 4 da " Rothwell Wm 2 da wrk 2 25 Ray Hunter 4 da overseer 4 60 Pointer Walter 3 da " 4 00 Sanders Jim 2 da " & 2 da.hlg of them to cause him to part with his 2 25 Robinson Ben 4 da wrk 4 da " Pollard Joe 3 da " 3 00 A MYSTERY. money. 3 00 Swope Tom 2 25 Robinson Curry 4 da " 37 Parson John 3 da " 3 00 Sanders Grant 1 da " on that white canvas Keep your eye 3 00 Rich John Pendleton Virgil 2 da hauling 2 25 4 da " 556 ACRES OF BLUE GRASS LAND 3 00 Sutton Jesse 3 da " over in the thicket or along the old 1 da " Same 2 da overseer 2 00 Ramsey Chas 4 da " 75 3 00 Sutton Bob Presently you will see a OY SCOUT FUND CANVASS. fence-roAs executrix I will sell publicly, 1 CO 9 00 Pendleton Levi 2 da work 3 00 Sweeney Jesse 3 da hlg 2 teams Itigsby S. C 4 da " man come out of the house in his shirt Steps to launch in Louisville a three- 1 CO 1 05 Pendleton Uee 2 da " 3 00 Simpson W. E. work hours Roberts Jack 4 da " WEDNESDAY, MAY sleeves, and you'll see him saunter days' canvass for funds to be used in 12, 1915, I 1 05 3 00 Pendleton JetT 4 da " Simpson Creed work hours G 00 4 da hlg Rigsbv S. over and get down on bis knees and building up the Boy Scout organization on the premises 1 05 Simpson O. K. work hours Prather Johny 4 da " Si 1 da hlg 3 75 Ramsey Chas 2 da " the homestead of tbe 3 00 up a'corner of the canvas and were taken at a luncheon of the Exec 1 60 1 05 raise Pollard Tom 2 da " late John J. Craig, deceased, known work hours 3 00 Sadler Jessie Rothwell Tom (col) 4 da wrk peep under. And then you will see utive Committee of the local Council of as Waveland, embracing 556 acres, 1 CO 1 60 Pollard Mote 2 da " Smith John 2 da work 3 00 Reynolds Tom 4 da work on his coat and make a break Boy Scouts, held yesterday at Kleinr, put 1 60 Same Pollard Bud 2 da " situated in Boyle County, Ky., on the Ida " , 1 da hlg 1 CO him town and you will notice several oi Ludnlg 1 CO 2 da " Rout Jim S. Dale, National Field Com Danville and Hustonvillv 1 da 9 00 Pointer Wm 4 da ' & hlg 75 for " turnpike, same 3 00 Smith Wm Reynolds Virgil 4 da " his neighbors going thru the mlssloner or the lioy bcouts, was a about one mile south of Danville, 9 00 1 75 Pointer Arch 4 da " & hlg Ray Sim 4 da wrk 3 da hlg 7 CO Smith John da " performance. And when they meet peaker at the meeting. May 12, 13 where are located the great schools 3 00 75 Peace Oakey 4 da " 3 00 Smith Joe Ida " Ray Clay 4 xlu wrk you will hear such remarks as "leaves and 14 were fixed as the dates of the for young ladies and young men, the 1 da 3 00 75 " Pointer Geo 4 da " 3 00 Short Jim Radford Wm 4 da " on 'em as big as u dime," and "a quar proposed campaign, and $6,000 as the Kentucky College for omen and 3 00 Spillman Solan 4 da ivork 3 00 Pointer Wm 4 da " 4 da " 3 00 Ray Alex ter wouldn't cover 'em". Guess what sum needed for a two years' budget. Powell lien 4 da " 3 00 Central University, and also a Prepar3 00 Suider Fred 4 da wrk 4 da " 3 00 Ray Cleo they were talking about. It was announced that the sum nam atory School for boys, and two Modern 1 da " 75 Ray 75 Purcell Reuben 1 da work 3 00 Smith Ed Hamilton 4 da " ed would be used to provide for a paid High Schools. This farm Is within 3 00 3 00 Prewitt Carol 2 da hauling 3 00 Shelby Herman 4 da wrk Raney Luther 4 da " executiye whose work would be that of 30 minutes drive of the passenger sta 1 CO 9 00 Prewitt Amos 1 da " Stigall Jack 4 da wrk & hlg A MAKER OF LANGUAGE. 4 da " 3 00 training men for duties as scoutmas tions of the Q and C and Southern 1 60 Raney Lotle 3 00 Prather Willie 2 da work Shearer Ben 4 da work 4 00 "You might na wall try to sink n ters, organizing new troops and super- -' Railways, at Danville, and of the L Si 3 CO Ray Aaron 4 da overseer Stigall Jack 15G ft lumber & nails 4 OS Preston Alfred 4 da " 1 60 3 00 Reynolds Robt 2 da work 3 00 battleship with u shotgun, to batter vising the work generally. It was ex- N Ry., at Shelby City. It is composed Price Tom 4 da Shearer Jessie 4 da work 1 da hlg 3 00 with peas plained that there are at present but of the best quality of Bluegrass soil, 3 00 Reynolds Walter 2 da ", Preston Elbert 4 da " Sutton Davis 4 da wrk & 3 da hlg 7 GO down the rock of Gibraltar 2 25 or dim Niagara with 100 scouts in Louisville, although a city has been owned by John J. Craig and Robinson Arch 3 da 1 CO 3 00 and a Price It. Z. 2 da " Shearer Luther 4 da work 1 12 " to have f Louisville's size should have between his ancestry for more than 100 years, 3 00 Robinson Jake 11 da 2 25 hair pins and toothpicks as try Preston Marshal 4 da " Shearer Melvin 3 da " 1 05 Reynolds Mike work honrs .200 and 1,500. G 00 has never been tired or abused, is in 9 00 morality without Christianity. 4 da hauling Same W. B. 4 da wrk & hlg Sadler 1 05 This is a characteristic saying of There are not enough boy scouts in a high state of cultivation, and contains 4 00 Ray George work hours 9 00 Preston Huke 4 da overseer Same (1913) G da hauling 1 05 Lancaster. Every boy in Lancaster of virgin soil, hemp and tobacco land. It 1 12 Billy Sunday. Prewitt John 4 da wrk & 2 da hlg 6 '00 Ray E. II. overseer Spivey Fred U da work 3 00 An Instructor in English at Columbia the proper age should be It scout, and is splendidly improved with a 75 Pope Charlie 4 da " 3 00 Reynolds Chca 4 da wrk Simpson Walter 1 da " 75 brick residence, having 75 university is the latest defender of parents of boys should encourage this 1 da " 4 da " 3 00 Roberts 1 da work Price Coy o or Sherrow Robert 1 3 00 Sunday's unique style. No man of to great movement to give their boys a spacious halls, verandas, furnace, and 3 00 Rankin T. C. da wrk & hlg Preston U G 4 da " Spivey Fred 2 da hauling Sun .normal, moral and religious training hot and cold water and bath. It has all 2 25 Rogers Mike 1 da " Si " G 00 4 50 day, he says, is doing so much as Parson W. S. 4 da haulidg Shnrrow Robert 3 da hlg " 1 da 75 Swope B. P. 4 da work Si hlg necessary farm buildings, such as ser9 00 day is in bringing new words Into thev cannot receive elsewhere. 1 60 Rogers Riley Pendlecon Rufas 2 da work words 1 60 vants house, stables, cribs, carriage 9 00 DODular use. or in giving to old Pointer Tyre 4 da " 3 00 Rav Frank 2 da " Swope Wm H. 4 da wrk Si hlg 1 50 " All and Ice house, and cattle shed. 3 00 new meaning and force. 1 CO Ray Marshal 2 da Parson James 1 da hauling Sowders Cris 4 da work 3 00 Spivey But it is not slang that makes Sun 1 60 Peyton Alvin 2 da hlg 1 CO Robardt Walter 4 da wrk AN INTERESTING LETTER. stable and stock Iota are enclosed with Fred 2 da " ' It Is his dl 2 G2 stone fencing, and many of the division 1 60 day's language so unique. " 3 00 Russell George 31 da " Pointer Rube 4 da work Slavin Tom 2 da 9 00 fences are stone. A beautiful avenue 3 00 rect way of saying things worth while Editor Central Record, 3 00 Rouse J. II. 4 da wrk & hlg Pointer Arch 4 da " Snider Pres 4 da " applied to Speech. If you have space in your valuable. leads to the residence, which Is sur6 76 1 60 It la Impressionism 2 25 Ray Dan 3 da wrk, 21 da " Parsons Uob 3 da " Stotts Andrew 11 da work strong in the well edited and newsy paper, please in- rounded by magnificent forest trees, He nuts the 3 00 1 60 Ray Bryan 4 da " Parsons Jim 2 da " 1 CO Same (old claim) I da hlg 3 00 sert this short letter, as It might be and to which is attached a lovely garright spots. Peyton Alvin 4 da " 3 00 Robinson Fleece 4 da work 2 da hlg 4 50 Leas 2 da wrk. some of our old friends would like to den, now planted, and In a high state 2 G2 Shepherd 3 00 Rich Porter 31 da wrk Plummer Sam 4 da " 1 12 11 da work hear from myself and family. 2 25 Starns Emmet of cultivation. At the same time I 3 00 Rogers Simp 3 da " Pointer Harrison 4 da " 3 00 work George 4 da MAN LIKE. 3 00 Schooler First I will say I am a fixture for will sell a herd of splendid Polled Dur6 00 Raines Speed 4 da " Paraons Harrison 4 da " & hlg " 3 00 Shearer Johnnie 4 da my home ham cattle, composed of calve, heifers, 6 00 3 00 Ray Jess 4 da hauling A local preacher tells the following life in ElPaso, Texas. I own Ponder WUI 4 da work 4 00 a nn Sutton Sam 4 da overseer and live in the liveliest city in the cows and steers, also aomi work mules I. 3 00 Rogera Millard 4 da hlg 4 da wk Payne Wm 4 da " 3 00 atory which many will say "was just Bmaiiey iname uu n southwest We have a population of and horses, corn in the crib, carriage . ... w. aeuasuan ..... . un wvm 3 00 Roberta Courtney 4 da hlg 4 da wk i. Payne J. H. 4 da " 3 00 like a man." iete The 3 00 Ralston Frank 2 da hlg 1 da work 3 75 "Not long ago a bashful young man 60.000. improving every day. com and farming Implements. Pointer Charley 4 da " 1 60 Same 1 da team Sale will begin at 1:30 p. m., and tbe 9 00 6 25 Rosa Charles 4 da work Si hlg and his Intended bride drove to my Elephant Bute Dam Is 90 per cent Payne Ezekiel 31 da hauling 4 da work 300 home from a short distance in the pleted at a cost, to the government, of farm will be sold for cash, d 2 25 Shaw Robert 4 da work 3 00 Robinson Sherman 3 da work Sajne 2 25 Baylor Granville 3 da 2 25, country, nd In the presence of a few ten million dollars and it will supply balance of purchase price in equal in hauling 3 00 Ralston Jamea 3 da wk l3a hlg Payne J. II. 2 da 3 00 " Jim 4 da 2 2j Spoonamore work In my parlor wentsafely througn water enough to irrigate thousands of stallments In 1, 2, 3 and 4 years, witn 6 00 Rogera George 3 da Payne Wm 4 da hauling 3 00 friends j Spoonamore Arthur 4 da " 1 go " Rothwell Jim 2 da the ceremony. On my pronouncing acres of rich cultivating land with no 6 oer cent, thereon, payable 3 00 Pointer I. V. 4 da work 3 00 u. 3 00 ainuer Jim with lien retained on the land. " and wife the young bride finer climate under the sun. 3 00 Skinner Arch 4 da Point.? Jamea 4 da " " 3 00 them husband Noah 4 da Living here, on the border, we have Possession will be given immediately, 3 00 Sebastian " ornom did not seem fully able to meet Sutton Jim 4 da 3 00 " 3 00 Pointer Little Jim 4 da wrk Sebastian1 Let 4 da 4 8 00 bride stood niusn a little excltment once In a white, but and all leases and crop contract will Parson West 4 da wrk, 3 da hlg 7 60 Smith Wm da. " 3 00 the situation. The Allen 4 da ' 3 GO Shearer ing at bis side and he did not seem to it soon blows over. I hope for peace be assigned to purchaser. Premise 4 CO Smith Oscar 4 da Earl 4 da " 1 da " Preston 3 00 realize 3 00 Shearer Ellsha 4 da that something needed to be In Mejlco In the near future for El will be shown Interested parties. 3 00 Smith Edgar 4 da Pollard Bill 4 da " 2 62 said or done, but he was evidently Paso la handicapped to a great extent " 2 22 Sebastian Butler 31 da " " 75 Sherrow Kobt 3 da KTTIE CRAW, EiKk. Pollard Bob Ida stood a by the waring factions, for in time of II 2 00 Sebastian Everett 4 da wk2,da hlg 6 00 Intensely embarrassed. 1 60 Sebastian Sid 2 da overseer Pulllni Chaa 2 da " Danville. Ky. do an Immense 1 (Continued next week) Instant on one foot (and an Instant la peace our merchant 3 00 Same 3 da hlg 2 25 Prewitt John 3 da " CLAIMS ALLOWED BY FISCAL COURT. Removal' Notice & Wiseman Company "1 Welsh Welsh & Wiseman 60., c Danville, Kentucky. PUBLIC SALE a , blow-pip- e, two-stor- y high-ligh- ' ,,......!. u one-thir- Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday April 29 I Everything In LADIES WEAR. J. E. DICKERSON. Aways Something New In Suits. EverytHing In LADIES WEAR. Assortments at all prices a re, a revelation in completeness and value giving. Do you favor one of the new Military Models or Gathered Back effect? In any case, you will find here just the style features, the colors and materials that you especially, want. A Vast Array of Pretty New Spring Coats to Sell at Popular Prices. We also have great values in New and Stylish Footwear. Light tops of the most popular colors. ?Jk 55JJJ Don't forget the wonderful values 'that J. E. Dickerson always gives. Bear in mind that we are the store that give groat values in Womens Garments for a moderate price. The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 tenter to the Eederal Government self. All readers of the it- CONGRESSMAN are em- HARVE HELM CHIEF DEPUTY DOLLARS Asaault-in- g PROVIDENCE TRUSTERS: cord wants to know" newspapers a year. familiar with the project; which GETS A FINE OF FIFTY ,J. . ROBINSON. Eon. R. l'eLKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. fnieredsi the rod Second-Class OOce In Lancaster. Mull Milter. K., Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Kj., April 29.1915. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and, City offices ... 6.00 "or For For For For County Offices State and District Offices.... 15.00 iO Calls, per line .10 Cards, per line.,.. all publications In the inter-s- l of individuals or expression of tndividual views, per lin 10 Obituaries, per line. . .05 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Central Record is authorized to announce the following candidates for office, subject to the Democratic primary, August 7th, 1918. FOR GOVERNOR. Hon. A. O. Stanley. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. Chas. C. Fox, of Boyle county. FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. E. V. Puryear, of Bovle county. R. W. Keenon, o'f Mercer county. J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. W. H, Mason. W. A. Doty. braces the erection and malntainance of a splendid road from the lakes to the gulf, running from Chicago to Florida. There has been considerable friction concerning the proposed route through this state, one faction desiring It to enter the state at Cincinnati ai.d run through the far famed Bluegrass region, and the other wanting the In road to come by way of Louisville. regard to the two routes there can be no proper comparison, as the route is in every way the more desirable. Future travelers over the road will always desire to see the richest and most beautiful part of KentuolijT, ;nd of course the Bluegrass has no rivals In the state In this particular. The rough and sandy soil of the Western part of the state could interest no tourist, whereas here we have the garden spot of the world, renowned in story and in song, to oiler. Getting the people closer together by enabling them to get in touch with one another, whether on foot or by wagon or by automobile orother means, thru satisfactory and well maintained highways, will be a great step toward insuring better citizenship by the betterment of educational, social and conomlc advantages. And so far as a few enterprising citizens of Lancaster can help to secure this highway, they will help, but what we need is a commercial ciub. What we need is a long pull, a hard pull and a pull altogether. We need education along these lines. comA well organized, mercial club would mean much to Blue-grass wide-a-wa- In Police Court For A The Lancaster lit JAILER AIDED what has become of the Pat Donahue, Of Jefferson County, iI lie flUllldllS blUU l (Kclltrrt llrTIi Woman. Clnbi 20 Year Old Boy. FOR SHERIFF. G. T. Ballard, Jr. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. H. ClaV Kauffman. I am a candidate for County Court Clerk to succeed Ji W. Hamilton the present Clerk. 1 have accepted The Chief deputies appointment In the office in order to acquaint mvself 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. We 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. William F. Klair, Fayette County, Candidate for Reelection as Railroad Commissioner, Second District of Ky. Subject to the action of the Democratic party In the August Primary. The trend of the times in the United States Is to bring the people nearer to one another. Inasmuch as the distances separating them cannot be physically reduced, the solution of the problem lies in the simplifying and perfecting of all means of Communication and transportation. Railroads, steam-shiptelegraphy and telephony have, singly and collectively, brought the vast population of our country a country of long distances - into closer touch and greater unity of Interest, yet with all our progress one means of communication and transportation ha failed to keep pace with other means We mean, of course, in the evolution. good roads. The good roads movement Is a national problem. It la not only economic, but also soclalandintellectual. It reaches close to the very domestic structure of every American family. For that reason fathering the good roads movement cannot be the responsibility of .the Government which Is the prevailing opinion an v more than It can be that of an individual family. It must be considered si the one Inter-eIn common among all those concerned, froih the very smallest civic s, st Considerable stir was caused in Stanford last Friday afternoon when ConLouisville, Apr. 23th. Pat Donahue, gressman Harve Helm assaulted Stew- Chief Deputy Jailer of this, Jefferson ard Carson, 20 year old son of W. A. County, a man of unquestioned hon Carson. The trouble according to re- estv and integrity, is among well ports seem to have originated when known Louisville people who endorse young Carson learned that Congress- Tanlac. the new medicine that is acman Helm was charging that some complishing such remarkable results in private business Matters of his passing this city. Mr. Donahue's statement is through the W. U. Telegraph office at as follows; Stanford, with which office Carson Is "It gives n.e great pleasure to rec connected as an employee, had become ommentl Tanlac, as I have found it public and when the boy heard of the quite beneficial In my case. I have charge he called at Helms office to deny used the medicine for a general run lhat the matters had become pub"0 uown'condition of the system." through him or the office, and asked The demand for Tanlac, the preparaHelm for the source ot the information tlon referred to by Mr. Donahue, is upon which he made the charge, this now very great in Louisville, and is Helm declined to give and the young steadily increasing. In this connec man said "Well you go to the party tion. L. T. Cooper, who is personally told you that and tell him that he's directing the introduction of the fa a d m liar". Helm then struck the mous medicine, said; young man a blow with his fist about "I am, indeed, gratified to See Such the temple which stunned him for a marked enthusiasm, as I now feel jus time. tlfied in my prediction that Tanlac To a warrant in the police court would prove just as successful in Louis charging him with assault. Helm en vide as it has In the larger cities. The Upon a system, besides being purified by Tantered a plea of not guilty. trial of the case young Carson being lac, is toned up and invigoiated, as the the only witness the defendant was preparation, aside from assisting the fined $50.00 and cost. In assessing the blood, reinvicorates the constitution. fine the police judge stated as a reason overcoming, as it seems to quickly do, tor so large a fine was on account of nervousness, indigestion, nonassimila-tio- n the defendant assaulting a minor. of food, headaches, backache, dizYoung Carson is well known and ziness, kidney complaints, general runpopular In this community, being re- down condition of the system, and lated to the Curreys, Yantis', and Dav- many other complaints that are so idson's, who are among the best and common to thousands In this section. The next General Assembly that most prominent families In this county. "Tanlac is especially valuable in meets in this slate will be urged to catarrhal affection of the mucous enact a law to relieve the towns and STRANGE MAKES membranes, which I consider the founcities from liability for damages to ROBERT dation of moat ailments and diseases. individuals growing out of personal inPeople who are affected with catarrh FUTILE ATTEMPT TO ESjury due to careless or negligent acts of the heal, throat and stomach are of the employees and servants of the generally moody and depressed, with CAPE FR0M PEN. municapalitles. These vexatious law accumuan occasional dull headache, suits which consume no small per cent lations in the nose and throat, affected Frankfort. Ky.. April of the tax fund of the towns are most memory, and a depreciated sense of Robert Strange, a negro convict from smell and taste, which finally results in generally without any merit. Since the state is not liable nor are Garrard county, his head and shoulders an affected hsaring." the counties for damages for persenal poked through a small aperture In his ' Tanlac can now be bought in Lancas Injuries In such cases we see no good cell window, looked down at the ground ter at McRoberts drug store. reason why the incorporated towns and of the prison yard sixty feet below, cities of the state should not be reliev kicked his legs futilely in the air withThe in his cell and called lustily for help ed of this unnecessary burden. WELSH & WISEMAN CO., constant exptnse of the taxpayers In last night. He had lost his taste for freedom satisfying these personal Injury judg CONSTRUCTION ONCE TO tsEGIN AT ments or the cost incidental to resist' from anything but the bondage of the Ing this nature of litigation could be iron bars that were pressing cruelly In Of Modern and Elegant Building more beneficially used In providing his sides; but the voice outside the winIn Danrille. better water and light system or better dow confused the guards on duty as to the location of the noise. Guard Unstreets. The legislator who works out the derwood, on duty In the wing where Elsewhere in this paper will be seen bill and puts it upon the statute books Strange was confined, made his way an announcement of removal of the to cover this condition will be entitled round until he located the voice and Welsh and Wiseman Company, and an to credit and we think will get it. summoned assistance. It required three advertisementof "A Saleof Wreckage men to restore Strange to his cell. For some time, in fact, for the past In the old wing the cells are along five or six years, this firm has been Large Increase. the wall and narrow windows look out planning fur larger and more modern The attendance of the local Sunday on the prison yard. The bars in quarters, their present building having schools was very noticeable Sunday, Strange'a cell window had been bent uecoine mauetjuaie iu uauuiu mciriaiKc and It is hoped all the newcomers will outward at the top years ago. Long continue in the good work, the Christian contemplation of their condition con- and constantly increasing uusiness. seems, upon first thought, a church had iyi attendance "ol 300 and vinced Strange that he could squeeze While it altogether it was one of the biggest his body through the top of the win sacrillce to destroy the present house, days in the history of this Sunday dow. He tried it last night just after vet. as a business proposition, the de School. Wn have been unable to find Underwood had made an hourly round. cision is by far the best step to be out about the other Bible schools, but His head and shoulders went through The new building will be made of will make for them at any with difficulty, but the weight of his and handsome pressed brick, time. body jammed It down Into the narrow of the most modern and convenient interstice between two bars and then) plans. Messrs Wiseman have spent HON. A. 0. STANLEY. he wa wedged, unable to extricate many months time in hard and careful himsidf. WILL OPEN, HIS CAMPAIGN Ar FRANK study of the plans, and their selection He had made a rope of his bedding will embrace everything known to mod FORR MAY 1 and suspended it from the window, ern business houses. Large show win sixty feet up, Was al Headquarters Louisville to which was about dows will extend, along Moin and a por in Strange is making two or three years tion of the space on Third streets. With Organizers. Work for cutting and wounding. It is said attention was given to the he once attempted to escape from jail of the best light. The first announcement made by Mr. at Lancaster. The Welsh & Wiseman company has Stanley on arriving in Louisville was been in business at the present location that he would open his- campaign for Pie Supper. years, where by fair and e for the Democratic nomination for governor A pie supper will be given at Her. dealings and using evory busi at Frankfort, Saturday afternoon, May Saturday ness policy they have enjoyed a con 1. He also announced that he would rincr'a school house next speak at Pikeville, Monday, May 17, night. Thfl proceeds of this supper tinued ane unprecedented growin. The stock of goods will be moved to Further than that Mr. Stanley said he will go to purchase an organ lor tne A good tlm I.anilev rooms on or about the Sth had not mapped out his campaign, but Sunday School at the place. of May and immediately after the va In a few days, he said, he would be able crowd should attend. to make other speaking appointments. cation of the present rooms j.ne same Vaafcrille at ROMAN'S Optra will be torn down and a ten foot base Jt was stated that several conferences Don't Forget the ment excavated. would be held by the Stanley follower Howe this week. Th Central Record loins the good within the next week. Mr. Stanley $20,WO,OOO. Myitery" Friday Night, said he would be In the city constantly people of Danville In congratulating akt He hif shew Sataday Night. Messrs Wiseman- for the next two weeks. I i staft-ment- s f, sixty-threHigh-Cla- Benefited By Tanlac. man who used to trust in Providence?" He's up at Danville helping Vm prny for a new hotel. Somerset Journal. Last Thursday afternoon the vote was Liken and unanimously carried to raise the yearly (lues to $2. Those PAINFUL ACCIDENT. Elmer East, a young man living nn the Poor Ridge pike had a team to run away with him Wednesday morning. he was thrown from the wagon and his leg was broken. Dr. Gilbert was at once sent for and set the leg. The accident was not serious but painful and Elmer's friends hope to see him out desiring to remain members of the club will please bring their dues this (Thursday) afternoon. The dues were raised In order to meet current expen ses rather than give an entertainment. At the last club meeting, sorrow was expressed by the loss of one of our brightest, most interested and inter esting Club members in the death of soon. Mrs. Lewis Walker, and it was ordered that sympathy be extended the bcrav ed family and friends, by the Woman's CAMP DANIEL BOONE Club thru the Woman's Club Column. A Christian Training and Recreation She has been called from labor to reward and we commend her sweet. On The Kentucky River Camp womanly life to those who are called upon to fill her place In the home, In Near Valley View, Ky. the church and in the club. Camp Daniel RoOne Is situated on the Kentucky River at the mouth of Mar ble Creek, seven miles from Nicholas-vill- e and two and miles from Valley View, at Spears, Ky. It is sit uated just under the Massive Cliffs which are adjacent to Marble Creek, in one of the most delightfully wild and beautiful regions In America. No boy can look upon those towering heights and wild woods without thinking nobler thoughts, and realizing in a deeper sense the immensi'y of God's handi work. The boys live in double tents, which are supplied with floors, chairs and the famous Gold Medal Cots. The camp site is high and dry. Every precaution will be taken to make living urrrnge ments sanitary and comfortable. A new dining hall and assembly room has been built; in this hall which is known as Lexington Lodge, are games, a li brary, reading room, writing table. In addition to the kitchen and dining room of the camp. This will make even rainy days pleasant. A licet of ten steel row boats, a bathing dock, diving stand. spring boards, and one of the best sand beeches on the Kentucky river. For comfort, conven lence and downright unalloyed fun, the camp equipment can hardly be surpassed There will be plenty of well cooked. wholesome food and, good water. Milk, butter and eggs will be almost alto gether supplied by nearby farmers. Vegetables are being grown on the State Committee's farm for the use of the campers. Meat and groceries will be procured from the very best dealers, It is not a military camp, although order and obedience are insisted upon; rather it is a large company of older and younger brothers who trust each other and try to help each other. Boys are put on their honor to do what is is encouraged. right. To guard against accident, swimming is allowed at only the regular time and place. Tobacco may not be used or kept by any one while connected with the camp. Gentlemanly language and conduct are required of all campers wherever they may happen to be. It must be understood thut a boy will be dismissed if those in charge decide that his conduct and influence makes such action necessary. Any boy over twelve years of ago who sends In an application tilled In and properly endorsed, may attend this camp. The cost for the ten days is 7.00. This does not include transportation $2.00 of the $7.00 to and from camp. must bn sent in with the application at least two weeks ahead of time. They can accommodate only a hundrod boys Special send your application tarly. arrangements will be made for parties . M. of seven or more. Ask Itev. Tinder for particulars; or write to S. A. Harris, State Boys' Work Secretary, 343 Association Building, Louisville, Ky., and make checks payable to Lamp one-ha- lf s, scriptions, and that generous contribu- tions had been made, and promises of more If needed. She said the committee found a i almost universal desire on the part of the citizens, and housekeepers over the city to liy out the oiling process to allay the dust which Is so bad during the summer season. She said the Woman's Club had about $250 on its subscription list and hoped that the Council would appropriate a similar amount and that it was believed that about $500 or ttt0 would be sufficient to cover the business section of the town and a good part of the residence section. Mrs. J. S. Owsley, of the Woman's Club, also cave some Inter. estlng information concerning the oil- ing procesf. Mr. Shearer, of the Standard Oil Company, was present and gave facts and figures showing how oil applied to streets conserves them, and gave other valuable information to the council." The clubs of Danvill and lla.rra.la. burg have likewise been active this Spring along Civic lines. FOR SALE:-AboMay 10th., some fine baby cklcks. Thsroughbred S. C. Rhode Island Reds. Russell P. Brown. Daniel Boone. The Lancaster Boy Scouts will at tend this delightful camp in July and the Record hopes to have several letters from them during their ten days stay. No business man of l.ancB.tr. .nfnv. j "j a more enviable reputation for honratv of purpose and determination to give his patrons satisfaction than does We are pleased to note splendid work "Bolts" Haselden. He is public spiritdone by the women of the federated ed, liberal and ever ready to do his part toward the upbuilding of Lancasclubs In our slater cities. First, Stanford haj a "clean up" ter and we bespeak for him a cood day, and one of her visitors remarked, business. "clean! well, I should say so, why Stanford looked litce u bride adorned CANDIDATES BUSY. fur her husband when those women got thru with her." Now the; are to have County Court Day brought many oil applied to their streets, thanks to candidates to town and the politicians this sume club that pledged half the were kept busy throughout the day, money. The Interior Journal had the with the furmers. pushing their claims following to say: for their respective offices. Judge "In the face of serious opposition Hardin and his friends never let any and a strong sentiment at first in the grass grow under their feet and wwre Council against with them, continually handing out the hand to the the ladies Went to work against odds constituency. His opponent, Hon. that would have daunted most men, Charles I' ox, was also on hand and ws and won a big victory. They Investi- kept busy. Rodney Keenon, Emmctt gated thoroughly the question of oil on Puryear and J. S. Owsley, Jr., were streets, the cost and many advantages, laying claims to the Commonwealth At and brought arguments to bear upon torney job and all seem to have cover the bIx members of the board so that ed the ground thoroughly. Hon. John when the matter came to a vote last W. Newman, of Bardstown, made night there was not a dissenting voice many friends here In the interest of his candidacy for Railroad Commissioner. to Le heard. The meeting of the Council was the Billy Klair came In a little late, but most largely attended that has been soon made himself known and la workheld in a long time. About a dozen of ing to retain his position, as Railroad The day was an ideal the leading members of the the Wo- Commissioner. man's Club were present, and many one and the town was crowded. business men who are heartily in favor of applying the oil to the streets. No j Mrs. Shelton Saufley, president of the but that indigestion and the distressed Woman's Club, then made a brief feeling which always goes with it can be promptly relievpd.by taking a statement of the desire of the women In bygone dava there were but few professions and trades open to women. among them being teaching, domestic service, dressmaking and one or two outers, in ibci puonc opinion iookcu askance at any woman who branched out into any other line or showed any originality in getting her own living. Now it is far different. The census bureau shows that over eighty occupa tions are now oen to women, and they range all the way from coarse and heavy manual labor to the mojt dile tante of work. This change is due to various causes, among them being the greater spirit of independence that young women now display, and which owiifg to the college training is largely many ot them receive. In this con nection in is interesting to note that in many of the colleges for women vo cational conferences are now held eveiy year. But it is not the college young woman new woman, that is nor the entirely responsible. The growing disinclination of young men to marry, and the postponement of marriage to rather late in life has a good deal to do with it, for it means that many a young woman who in former years would liuve married and been the home keeper, has now to support herself. This matter ter of self support must inevitably as sume greater proportions among the women in the nations engaged in the prerint war bacaue of the millions of young men killed on the field of battle, or that die in the hospitals, or who re turn to their homes incapacitated for life. A FEW SALES. Mr. W. T. Doolln, of Marccllus. sold a nice young three year old Jack, to Wilson Rogers, of Paint Lick, for $,T0t) and one mule to Mr. N. Coy. of .Madi son. for $130. Givens Terrill bought a nice walking horse of R. P. Ralston, of Paint Lick, for $155, while Mr. G. It. Swlncbroad bought a good one of K. Dunnagon, of Lincoln, for $150. Mr. Daniel Mewson, of Kubanks sold a nice bunch of young cattle and a few' cows here last Mondav at prices that were satisfactory. Very little demand for cattle and very few on the market. NEW ICE CREAM PARLOR Mr, Joe Hasrlden will soon rnn.nm. mate a plan which has been on foot for several months, that Is to remodel the, building he is now in. and onen 1111 rf beautiful, sanitary Ice cream parlor amMunchenttte room. nans urn specifications are being rapidly completed and a room wllh steel celling, beautiful Walls ami win. dows, together with a soda fountain and equipments second to none In tke state will be received by the people of Lancaster and surrounding country with delight. There Is Question of the town to have the streets oiled In order to abate the dust nuisance. She told of the canvass that had been made by the ladies for private sub before sad of Ur.eck; pjwJ, ' S5o R. E, MeRobsrta. . a box. itral Record, Thursday April 29 1915 Page 5 JUST RECEIVED A large shipment of Rugs and all kinds of floor coverings at , hhh m b HBHH 'imHk HIHH B 1 l I i i m See them before buying. Do not miss seeing our extensive line in wash fabrics for Dresses, Skirts and Waists as well as our beautiful line of Silks both in Dress Patterns and Waistings. with Mrs. Mrs. Lewis Landrnm spent 11. Clay Sutton. Monday John Deere Corn Planters Gossip About By Test The Best and Most Accurate Planter Made. MANY HIGH SCHOOLS and Will JOHN DEERE AND STANDARD Bearing DISC !aaS5saB A S People vvn Miss May Akers of Sonora, Ky, is Accept Old Cenlre's Invitation the nttactive guest of Miss Lillian SCHOOL NOTES. (By Wm. F. Miller.i Miss Anderson's room very delightfully entertained the school and a large crowd Friday morning. I YOU'LL FIND IT Iff THIS COLUMN. D Cochran. Mr. Kd Henry of Louisville has the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hrown. been Rus-se- Contest ot Cheek Field for Handlj nd Drltf Mention of the Comings Going IjyTtwtc Wt Aft InterriUd In. some Medals. fir. 1 (ft The invitation extended by Old CenMrs. Mary Wallace and daughter The concert given last Thursday night Miss Marietta, of Stanford arc visit tre to the high schools of this section Attorney It. II. Tomlinson was In ing Lancaster friends. of Kentucky to hold thn nnnn.il iraiAr at the Auditorium was well attended. Frankfort on busfneM. j meet on Che-- k field has been accepted. Everyone present was loud in their Rollers as Good. Roller None Mr. George Lawson was in Stanford Wade Mr. J. T. Kainey was in Louisville for a visit of several days to his daugh- and on next t rainy afternoon at 2 praise for the "Wimsey-Howar- d Auto Tickets With Every Cash Dollar Purchase. o'clock about' fifteen sell do! will- be Concert Party". and Drug for a atay of a few days. ter Mrs. W. A. Brent. represented by their best athletes. The Honer Roll for last month. Miss Squire J. I'. llourne and Mr. J. D. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Owsley and contests are for the usual stunts, such Tinders room: Robert Caneer. Ida Gulley were in Lexington Tuesday. Miss Allie Stagg of Hustonville motor- as running, jumping, pole vaults, ham- Mae Sanders, Juanita Dunn, Emma mer throws, etc. The handsome cups Goodloe Mr. Luclan M. Grant apent the great- ed to Lancaster Monday. Gregory, Maud Davis, Hazel are now on display in the window of Champ, Mr. Thomas Bright of Belfvue is er part of lait week in Lexington. Carrie Aldridge, Nancy Manuel, Parks & ilendren. No admission fee Susie Midkleton. here for a recuperative stay with his Courtney Cecil, Lena will be charged, and a most cordial Miss Gustava Brummett of Stanfoid, Young, Lizzie Young. sister Miss Lena BrighL Invitation has been extended the public was an attractive visitor here Saturday. Miss Robinson was in Louisville FriMiss Jennie Duncan has returned to witness the contests. A WELCOME VISITOR. Mrs. W. M. Zanone was In Stanford from a visit to her sister Mrs. Charday and Saturday for the K. E. A., where it li known, la a box of our Saturday for the funeral ot Mrs. Nancy held in that city. On Tuesday morning lotte Warren in Stanford. f parkling Ringer ale, orange aoda or IOgnn. in the auditoiium she told of htr trip SCHOOL DISTRICT Miss Jennie Higgins Was in Louisbeveragee. If other of our carbonated there and felt profited by attending Mrs. C. P. Denman of Nicholasville ville the past week for the Kentucky-Educationyou have not yet tried any or all ot Shows Handsome Increase. this meeting which was second to none Association. them you don't know what a fine treat is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry ever held of its kind. you have been mining. Don't keep on V. Hastin. That good schools are paying investMisses Elath Buchanon and Eleanor The following have been chosen by y mixing it. Order a box and Mrs, J. C, Hays of Stanford is here Hagan of Richmond were the week-en- d ments to any district is evidenced bv commence enjoying Yourself. for a visit to her sister Mrs. Walker at guests of Mrs. C. A. Arncld. the fact that the Lancaster Graded the respective High School Grades to Paint Lick. School district shows an increase over represent their grade in theDeclamatory Mr. Cabell Woods and Miss Annie the year 1911, as shown by the census Contest given at the close of 'school. I( Mrs. II. C. Dunn was in Lexington Higgins of Stanford have been visiting recently taken by Mr. E. W. Harris, Freshmen Miss Mildred Beazley Bnd Tuesday the guest of her sister Mrs. Sophamore Miss their cousin Miss Ann Higgins. who informs us that the number of Wallace Cotton. Phjne 202. Ike Dunn. children in the district this year is 423. Georgia Moss, Owen Ilendren. Juniors Mrs. Ellen Tevis, of Oklahoma is Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wearen of StanMies Kathleen Ogg. J. Wade Walker. Last years census showed thus ford were here last week for the burial here for a visit to her sister Mesdames showing and increase Seniors Miss Iona Dunn, Bradley, of 70 W. 0. Kigney and B. F. Hudson. Bourne. of Mrs. Lewis Walker. This should be amatterof congratulaMrs. J. A. McDowell and little son, Mr. It. L. Walker who has made a tion and pride to the friends of educaHigh School Wins, I'J of Kichmond have been visiting" her recuperative stay in the South is here tion, to the County Superintendent, trustees ond teachers, andhe Record sister, Mrs. L. N. Miller. The Lancaster High School School with Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Rigney. too, rejoices in what has been ac- uase uau learn won the opening game Mrs. Cornle Clay has returned to her Mrs. George Ballew has returned to complished. In order that our own of the season, last Friday, when they To INSURE In a Leading name In IlichmonU after a visit to her her home in Richmond after a short people might be fully cognizant of this, took the sturdy nine from Danville.into niece Mrs. George D. Robinson. visit to her sister Miss Tommie Francis Air. Harris has gone out into the by- camp, by the score of 7 to 6. Mr. Wm bebaatain has returned to The game was interesting from start Mrs. Maurice Asliley and beautiful ways and hedges and been untiring in his home in Lexington after a visit to little daughter, These to finish and was indeed a pitchers Fire and Such as of Richmond, are tjie obtaining correct figures. 'Ms mother Mrs. Addie Sebastain. guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. figures are merely a reflex of what is battle, Danville started off in the first CAPITAL going on in every district of our county ining with one score, but was tied in Miss Brunette Arnold was in Louis Sanford. that now has the spirit of progress the second by Lancaster, and so on & ville last week for a meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oldham of and advancement so decnlv inbedded in throughout the game and it was hard ft. Kentucky Educational Association. Richmond were guests Saturday and the minds of the people that nothinir to tell which side had the best players, Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Golf and bright Sunday of her parents Judge and Mrs, else will satisfy us until (illiteracy is no one could tell how the score stood little sons of Jacksonville, Fla., were C. A. Arnold. entirely wiped out and every child in until the ninth ining with two men out with II. M. Zanone and family last The Junior Christian Endeavor tne coonty Is given an opportunity to and one man on second, when "Bud" is week. Society of the Presbyterian church will obtain us good an education as can be Bryant came to the bat for Boyle's SAVES $25. TO $75. Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Hughes and hold a social nn Friday evening at the secured anywhere. Capitol and drove a hard line drive to PAINT YOUR CAR YOURSELF deep left field, Price, like a "Wild Cat" Try Oarflohair Top Dressing IE little Margaret Elkin Hughes of Louis home of Miss Lena Bright. 1 Thousands of No experience needed. ville motored to Lancaster for a visit on his feet ran a long distrnco and Mr. Robert Gulley and family, and MEETING OF DIXIE HIGHWAY "hooked" the horse hide, which saved car owners have successfully repainted to relatives. Mrs. Wm. Cear motored to the city of car with the ARSENAL SYSTEM. for Lancaster.possibly.the game. Hard Mrs. Orville Buck and two children Lexington Tuesday and spent the day Commissioners Called For May 20. All colors. hitting and fielding- by both teams were of Junction City have joined her husb- with Mrs. John C. Woolfolk. much admired by the large number of and here and have taken rooms at the Enamel Your Own Lamps With Liquid After electing Clark Howell, of At spectators. Mrs. Miry Gaines, n Ikrrmer resid Gulley House. ent of thit place, and the mother of lanta, us permanent chairman, the Bourne, of the local nine, pitched a Cun Metal. Mrs. II. II. Price am! little daugh- Mr. Ed. C Gaines is reuorted quite Route Commission for tho Dixie High good game and was given the best of Lustre undimmed by heat, stays on. way, representing the seven States support by the entire team. ters. Vesta and Jane Evans Price, of sick ot her home in Stanford. Danville, were up Saturday to see Mrs. through which the highway will pass. Four home runs were gotten in the STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Quito crowd from the Walker fixed May 20 and Chattanooga D. M. Lackey and daughter. as the game two for Lancaster by Lackey and neighborhood attended the matinee at dxts and place or another meeting at Tatem, the other two for "Little Mr. Stanley Harris who is here in the Rex, Monday afternoon, and en- which will be heard representatives of Brition" by Veatch and Bryant. connection with the Scout movement joyed tlie Fox Hunt on the screen. the various cities seeking to be along L. II. S. deserves much credit, for complimented the local organization bv KeverenJ J. W. Beagle who has been tho line of thp highway. In order to the clean and high class ball put up bv an outing Tuesday afternoon upon the holding an interesting revival in Brod- - get at the facts desired the commission the entire team. banks of Dix river, Following are the players: head, returned Thursday and will fill prepared a resolution covering the Mrs Belle Uurdette who was ill at his pulpit at the Baptilt church Sunday points upon which it wants infonnation. D. II. S. L. 11. S. I'eUrsburg. Florida during the St. One of the interesting fraturoa of S. S. Veatch Herron. Dr. and Mrs. Uurdette Ramsey who the fcession Friday was a talk by Curl winter months shows improvement King R. F. Wilmott. since her return to Kentucky and is have spent the winter in tlui south and G. risher, the originator of the InOF THE Coraster L. F. Price now at St. Joseph's hospital, Lexington. Mrs. Holloway and little .daughter of dianapolis Speed'.vay, tl e Lincoln C. F. Walker. Chattanooga are here, for n visit to Highway and tlie Dixie Highway Bryant 3rd B. Mr. Stanley II. Hums, of Louisville, Lancaster friends. J. Davis Jenkins. 1st B. J. Wine State Scout Muster and secetary of Woods. mission snoum select ine most direct Rue The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday C Lackey. state boya work, was .thoroughly enroute possible between Chicago and 'Ford 2rd B. joyed while here by the boy scouts and afternoon at the home of .Mrs. Fred Tatem Miami, because the roadway would be II. Davis was entertulned by James Tinder and Friable. The subject for discussion P. Bourne. e travel more was "The Training of the Will and used for fast The playing ot Lackeywithhis'Teg" William Kinnaird. The Y. M. C. A. than for ordinary sightseeing expedi- to second, Herron, Price and Tatem workers, Messrs. Terrell and WoolsJey, Directing the Child's. you It tions, and that ull interesting sights were the admired of the game, were entertained at tho home of Mr. Miss Nan .McDowell and Mr. Joe along the line of the Jiighway would ulUnpire Harry Anderson, score keepers Kobert Embry, McDowell, of Danville, motored to timately be connected as , is to have GOOD Coal as it with it by means Lancaster Monday bringing Mrs. of good roads, so that .those who de- Miller and Tate, time of game 1 hour H. H. Elliott, a former I'rofessor 40 minutes. preto have good to cook with Lowndes handsome cups and ribbons sired could detour and view such sights. Lancastrian, and a tun of Mrs. J. M. won by Kentucky's Choice. He called attention to the fact that the Elliott, of the city was selected as a meal. We fnll ton of Much sympathy is felt here at the teleibone line betweeu New York and Dyspepsia Superintendent of the Shelbyville TO schools from good coal at a other applicants. former home of Mrs. Jesse C. Fox in San Francisco follows the most direct Professor Elliott has been teaching the death of her aged mother, Mrs. route possible, and that the line la Trill relieve your indigestion. Man The deceased was 2 only about fourteen miles longer than people in tins town have used them' Latin in Uerea College. He was for- Jane Newell. The a djrect rout between Chicago and sad we have yet to hear of a caso where merly Superintendent of the High years old and died of paralysis. body was taken to Someriet for inter- Miami would be. School In Newport tbey have failed. Wo know tho formula. Sold only by us 25o a box.' There is said to be very strong supment. Mr. G. M. Lyons, a prominent part of certain big interR. E. McRobsrts The marriage of Miss Lillian Kath-erin- e port on the merchant of Lancaster, accompanied Banks, daughter of Mr. and Mra. ests to have the road pass through Cinby his wife and little daughter, Hazel, cinnati, Lexington nnd thence on an were in Winchester Tuesday, en,routo J. B. Banka of Louisville and Mr. Joel ir line to Chattanooga. Noel of Danville home from Mt. Sterling, where they Fithlan Shipp, of Lexington, was solwill have oriinlnd virited Mr. Lyons' brother, Mr. J. It. emnized last Saturday at the residence Let us put Rubber Tires Lyon. They made the trip in hi of the bribe's parents on South Brook Summer Hats on automobile and enjoyed the fine street. The Lexingtonian. on your Buggy 10QO Fohv, Coupons given with May 1st. Gall weather and the visit immensely. Mr. J. I. Hamilton has eight bushela Wlnchaater Democrat. W. Romans. and of.No. 1 hemp aeed for'sale. New' Old. HARROWS. BetterFew We have a large stock of Buggies and Wagons to select from. Let us make you prices orf them. W. J. Romans. Single Comb White Leghorn Fggs. S. C. White. Leghorn stock from Prize Winners at all shows. Eggs for sale J1.00 per 15 or 15.00 per 100. J. M. Mount. Hemp Harrows. J. E. Mount, Son & Co: Seed. I have a limited quantity of choice cultivated hemp seed for sale also some seed corn. W. Bush Nelson i'29''iU Lexington. Ky. SINGLE COMB BROWNLEGHORN EGGS from healthy farm range, winter layers. Fifteen for CO cents one hundred for $3.00 CASH. Erie C. Farra, . Lancaster, Ky. ' Box, 272. 1! Lancaster Bot tling CO. Aimr Mules Wanted. want to buy some pack mules, 14 to 14J hands, and some artillery mules 15J to 16 hands high, from 5 to 10 years old. W. B. Burton. Lancaster, Ky. I Wanted: 200 Buggies, I American Company I the Springfield Marine. I I 2,'00,000,00 I THOMAS ELKIIN, ARents. I I Surries and Automobiles to paint and repair. BriniJ them in now before the rush, we have expert workmen. W. J. Romans, 5 1- -2 per 1- -2 per cL 5 Years 5 Loans made on real estate. If you need cheaper money on long time, see me about it. G. B. Swinebroad, Lancaster, Ky. SWEET CLOVER. The great new fertilizer and land-build- equal to alfalfa In hay and pasture, Write for price list of seed and "Free Circular" telling how to grow it. JOHN A. SHEEHAN. R. D. 3, Falmouth, Ky. t "Runaway'june," at Roman's Opera Night-- See shown House each Monday i it. THE QUEEN BID FOR COLORED SCHOOL Bids will be receiveil Mhv Stl, in l,.,it,i a school for the colored people of Lan- caster, Kitchen The contractor is to do ail work according to plans and specifications on file in the County Superintendents e. All material to be furnished by the Board. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. will tell that just essential things is guarantee a' paring fair price. Jennie Higgins, Supt. in WHEN MOTORING TO DANVILLE tfSSSSSm 4&HLaBJL Tablets 1 Stop at SHOP-PERFEC- Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g Go T and refresh yourself at our Sisters their Soda Parlor. nt every subscription, or for $12.00. Saturday, see taeu J. Shop DiiYule, - !Porfact lncorroittcd .. Kentucky. Page 6 COMBINED STALLION. The Central Record, Thursday April 29 1915. SQUIRREL $10.00 To PEAVINE Eat what you want and not be troubled with indigestion if you will take a You Can Enjoy Life Dyspepsia Stop! thousands and we can. Look! Listen! Squirrel Peavine is the best bred horse in Kentucky. His breed Penvlne, Dcr.mnrk, Stone Wnll, Blnck Dnve, cross of Outline nml Old Pnt Denmark, He will make the season of 1015 ut my barn one mile South of Buckeye on the Buckeye and Lancaster pike at Tablet before and after each meal. Gold only by us 25a a box. R. E. MeRobsrts They nre shipping horses nnd mules out of our country by the Is seems to jne the best time in the world to rnlso all Insure a Living Colt. much little. many to in Squirrel Peavine H a solid black, 10 hands high and has as style as Old Rex Pcnvinc and can do just as much if handled a He has never been handled ns n show horse but has won n good ties. I will also stand a three year old, Percheon horse at $800 ' sure n living colt. . Also oc By Cock Robin ill a Old Black Jr. Joe, Young Napo and Silver Silk will make the season 1915 at Ben Ham's barn, Hyattsville, Ky. OLD BLACK JOE the county. A four-veor-o- ld blnck Jack, over 15 hand), extra heavy body nnd large same time and place will stand THItF.E GOOD JACKS at Black and 'white pony, 6t inches tall; bone and has proven to be an excellent breeder. The first mule that mule and $10. for mare mule. $3.00 for horses sold for $90 00 cash, at weaning time. Any Jack that will Lien retained on all colts for season fee. Care taken to prevent acci perfectly broken to ride and drive, can sire a mule that sold for $90.00, Inst fall, deserves the patronage o( Phone 333-G- . dents, but not responsible should any occur. at the T. O. HILL, Buckeye, Ky. rack and trot like big horse, hss nev er been defeated season of 1915 in fair ring, will make YOUNG d, NAPO at' our premises, the High Preston 6846. PEAVINE FARM Bay 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 Home of Champion Walker farm, two miles from Danville, on Stanford pike, at COLT. This is a coining three that bids fair to make a splendid Jock. He is by Napoleon 3rd. the largest Jack that I have ever seen nnd out of n John Morgan Jennet. He will be permitted to serve n limited number of mares. Sire HIGH HIESTON. 6S4C; sired by Carroll Preston, 4383; he by Preston 922 by Washington 64: by Cronwell 73; by Washington Denmark. Carroll Preston's 1st dam Baby Pence 7049; by Enoch Arden; 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont Forrest 2SG.1; 3rd dam Daughter of Garrard Chief 2263; 4th dam Gray Eagle. HIGH PRESTON C846; 1st dam was Queen Eagle, 11920; she by King Eagle 2550. he by Koyal Ring 2555, he by Ontime 745. he by Stonewnll Jackson 72. Royal King'a 1st dam Mollie Mount. 258J, was by the noted sire Cabbells Lexington. F. S. King Eagle's 1st dam Hip 3579. she by Eagle Ilird 1014. he by Old King Eagle750, 2nd dam Red Lion, 3rd dam Harris Denmark 45, 4th dam by Jim! Hell. HIGH PRESTON CStG; 2nd dam Lady Bird, she by Eagle Bird 1014. 3rd dam Mollie Drennon she by Old Drennon, 4th dam Copper Bottom and Irons back to old Davy Crockett Also $12.50 To Insure a Living Colt. ALL PEAVINE Rex Peavine 1796 Lucy Wells 604, by Peavine 95 Best Bred and Belt Breeding Sons ot Famous Sire. 4092 S10.00 TO INSURE SILVER SILK inch pony, beautifully marked with white and bluck, nnd large enough to be useful, not the play thing size. He is a grand son of Dock Grey nnd out of an excellent pony mare. They will each stand ot A 54 JoliflSBaniTliiaB Thnnes 523 and 63-6 $8.00 to Insure A Living Colt. S. H. ALDRIDGE, LANCASTER. KY Danville, - - Kenfucky A Lien retained on all col's until season is paid and the season is due from the man who bred mare if parted without our consent. Very careful, but not responsible for accidents. at the same time MORGAN, and place will stand my fine Jack, C. At GARRARD PEAVINE w I B. HAM. HYATTSVILLE, 4663 Colt $7.00 to Insure a tiring Horse , ' f Auto Be King.... Winner of yearling Futurity, Lexington, Ky.. Blue Grass Fair 1912. Also Fine Horse Trophy, same Fair 1912. Champion yearling, 1912. Champion 1914. Beginning show career ML Sterling, Ky., showing thru Kentucky and Tennessee State Fairs without defeat. three-year-ol- Will make the season of 1915 at my stable at Marktburv, Ky., at $15. to Insure a Living Colt Duke ' Of Denmark, and $8.00 For Hare Colt. Morgan Is a black Jack, with white points, 15 hands high, coming seven years old and has proven himself a good C breeder. C Morgan by John Morgan. Jr., 3705, was aired by John Morgan, he by and is out of 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. w Titullla - Winner yearling Futurity Fair. 1913. Winner Blue Grass Fair, 1913. Blue Grass U Klimax Blue .Blood Division Futurity, J. F. FOLEY, Hackley; Ky. Yearling Stakes Kentucky 1913 and consistent winner in west this season. Winner State Fair, Glengary GOLDEN EMERALD IN CM CO CD . 6827. , form 1914 of Winner in aeveral First prizes and stakes for Mr. James Greene, Louisville, Ky. three-year-o- Powell Peavine... Champion colt 1914 Kentucky State includ- American Saddle Horse Breeders Association. Rich Sorrel Stallion, Foaled 1011 . I Fair, whining three first prizes, ing stakes. f ll.rri.oo Chl.f IftM I Cl.rk Chief (Ml) tLul.BoTd I Utile I I . I I T3 a Indliu Qutnr"a.. I f Had Claud JD7 riinn'i Abdtll.h Dm. of Yellow Jacket IndUn Chief 1711 Belle lit e All Peavine is no longer an experiment, .as breeders 1914 proved his worth and superiority, when he had this champion colt and three old stallions, Kentucky State Fair breed almost exactly like the peerless Edna Mae. If Pearirje blood is what you want, you can get it intensified in All Peavine. FEE $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVE FOAL. IDenchter (Got Wlliee f Daley Burnt Bourbon ChlelKS.. I Harrl.o'n Cblel lies f Belle Kmer.Id queen T3 O Queen c ktat. O'llaran J777.. I Beaulr MW f Uda trather . Klmtiltt.. ...IH"li CbleflMt (Belle Kentucky KltirOrar ....I) Dan. ol Chief Dennark llion'a Grass at 10 cents per day. Grain at cost. McKinney, Ky.. and Stanford, Ky. My personal mares. '.All care taken to prevent accidents but should anyccur. Will mejst mares at Stanford Lancaster. Shipping points. attention given not responsible that come from R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Ky. Golden Emerald was purchased by us from Gano Johnson, of Mt Sterling. 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 York men for $10,000.00. Golden Emerald stands 1G hands high, is a rich sorrel, stripe in face, two hind feet white to ankles, will weight 1200 pounds. Golden Emerald will make the season of 1915 at the home of W. & Em bry, three milps South East of Lancaster, at GOLDEN EMERALD J. 6827 Garrard Peavi.ie, GT03, is a fine inThis richly bred Saddle Stallion will mske the season of I91S at my stable dividual, (rood style and action. Sired on the Buckeye pike, about 2 miles from I.anraster, Ky., at the tow price of by Itex Peavine 1790, grand sire. Rex McDonald 833. 1st dam Gordo Lady A LIVING 6330, she by Cerro Gordo 1022, he by PEDIGREE Duke of Denmark, Jr., by Duke of Garrard, he by the old Ulsck Squirrel 68. Duke of, Denmark. First dam of Duke of Garrard, the House mare, she sired by old lllack Squirrel, first dam of Duko of Denmark, Jr., Anne Hell by Wallace Denmark, and out of Lady Morgan, by old Stonewall Jackson. The Duke is a beautiful rich red bay stslllon, 10 years old and has proven will also at the same time and place See him be. to be a sure foal producer and a fine breeder of combined horses. make the season of 1915 at fore youtbreed. to Insure aJLlvlng Colt Leln retained on all colts for season money. Care taken to prevent acTry Vine by Itex Teavlne 1796, 1st cidents but not responsible should any occur. dam Guilty 9950. 2nd dam Blue Streak 4863, by Curtis Teavlne. by Peavine 85. These are Doth combined horses and the best in the country, being of the same breeding aa the famous show horses, Edna Mae, Hazel Dawn. Jack Straw, Etc. I will also at the same time and place Record 2291. Trial 2:14. stand my big Jack, Half Brother to Lula.Watta (2) 2:271. JOHN MORGAN. JR.. 3705 Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15 hands, foaled 1906. at $10.00 to insute a living colt. John Standard Registered Vol 18. Morgan, Jr., was sired by John Morgan he by Marmaduke and out of an Import(Alrron. MJ. im I Hlr.ofo, d.n.olM. I D.tk Nlfhl MM, He has proven to be a ed Jennet I Sir of II. loe ..relt-- f Noond.T SII.di Broot great mule Jack, is 15, hands high, iicm liu'i. nriiiiunt nf hi lumo K HKOId 1 II.H lurk WIUi im r ilr.it rirooo M.rr. This good bone and a fine individual. u.t-if .,, m mr.oi milr nurk i.itt'j. v.ln. f uvu. via. I Rlr.of l.d.mtoiK. Hh.ir- fttS, mio. J.nnrCl.r ro.re Jack waa bred and raised by Thos. Hill Hrook Kmra. Ilrr.t broo1 I nrwno4 B.II itrook of Buckeye Zrrlo Hj Norwood A37. Belltiraok JrOT't. I ha;c a big type POLAND CHINA l;10,.lc. B.roa wilkmrui. sua. Moko ins; Hlr.ol it lo 3110.. lo. BOA It that I will stand for $1.00 cash Mil York ol llr.nd Qn.n Klri.1. .. I. mo or 11.50 when booked. Cl.ro nt Sirithmor ta. (11 D.m ol Ul U'.lit It) s.ll.e Ball lumo! samp. JS Lien retained on all colts for service III .uU. Irt'i IT; lllrocli.r a :','. Slltcr Silk txn'i ifml. h.ll Monrlfo III Ir. I oui ol fee. Care taken to prevent accidents Wllk. . l.l.r lo nil.Dt Brook cur vu.4n; but not responsible should anv occur, S:H! Hlr of ci. Win., 11.11 ril.irr io ail. ni Jatiiir Cl.r. when colt ia foaled or imare Money due Brook S.1MU. II j II. rr. CI. 7 41. .u.l Llllr Clr III parted wilh or brsd to other 'stock lum nf Altrnl Brook t IS. Krd.lUCUr III without permission. Vj.eie. Jr $8.00 TO INSURE COLT. TRY VINE $15. CLARENCE BEAZLEY. 46158. BLEUCHER o u u li. fa;. 1S. Nn) J",, MARK COINS. Markdbury, -"- T5L- Kentucky. $15.00 or occur. 1 To Insure a Living Colt. Especially resistant to soock, strain and vibration, the Ford is the sturdiest, most durable car in the world. Vanadium steel, by the Ford process, accounts Jor the strength and light weight of the Ford car Strong, light simple and efficient, the Ford gives service and satisfaction to more than 700,000 owners every day, at an average cost of two cents a mile for operation and maintenance. Buyers will share in profits if we sell at retail 300,000 new Ford cars between August 1914 and August 1915. heat-treate- d A lien retained on colt for service fee. Money due when mare is traded parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not resKnsible should any EMBRY & YANTIS. Lancaster, Ky. KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN No. Registered Hereford Bull SEASON 1915. 5167 A. S. H. R, Service $2.00 Cash. R. Is a handsome chestnut with beautiful mane and tall; 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 back and a horse of the most wonderful endurance. He is an impressive horse, standing still and is more so in motion; ieU"hlnelf just right, never touches himself any where and has exceptional speed at the rack and trot. He was ony of the most successful horses shown last year. He was shown at three fairs and won the combined stallion class at each place. Kentucky Gentleman has the qualities that are necessary to, the producsize, style, speed, action, and endurance, and tion of a perfect horse-colideal breeding. He ia sired by Chester Peavine 3184, by Rex Peavine 17. by Iter McDonald 833. Dam, Flora Carter 8419, by Red Squirrel 53, by Black Squirrel 58, by Black Eagle 74, by King William C7. or, Two miles from Lancaster on the Lancaster, Kentucky, at Richmond pike. Silent Brook lJrCO, 2:16). sire of Billy Burk 2:031. Meadow Brook 2:0C. Shawbay 2:071. Zarrine 2:07i, Betty Brook 2:M, Emma Brook Lady Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:101 Silent Brigade (2) 2:101. Mnrgsret Bathgate (4)2:111. etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:071. etc. Ilia dam, Jenny Clay, also produced UedJie Clay 2551, and was grandam nf True 2:211. Moko 21157, sire of Fercno J (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Brenda Yorke (3) 2:081, (Futurity winner) (5) 2 011, Native Belle (2) 2:07 (Futurity winner.) (3) 2rOCJ (chfmpion3.year.old filly, ) Manrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity winner.) Silver Silk (4) 2:08J. Susie N. (3) 2.11 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10, Mobel 2:10, Mocheater 2:101, Momastor 2:11. Siliku )3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion.) Vltn (4) 2:091, Martha Tipton (4) 291, O'Nell (3) 2:13. etc. Brother to Bumps 2:031. 2:10, etc. Baton Bleucher 46158. record 2.291. trial mile 2:141. naif In 1C. last nusrter In 32 seconds. Is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 (munds. He greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and Is out of Clayo, by the great Futurity aire Moko. Foreign demand has exhausted the supply and w may expect better prices for our horses in the future. Our advice to mare owners is to breed thefr mures and to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth as sires. Bleucher Is just the to produce the colts that will supply the demand. His colts have proven fine, with nice head and neck and plenty of bone and conformation. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1915 at my stable in l. tyi Kunabout J440; Touring Car $490; Town Car $690; Coupelet $750; Sedan $975, f. o. o. Detroit with all equipment. On display and Hale at E. HENRY. $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. THE MADISON INCOKP08TKI GARAGE, Kentucky. Richmond, Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects good taste and ,nt once creates a favorable impression. Barlowe I will also stand this beautiful Shet- land Stallion for the season of ,1916 at mv'stable in Lancaster, Ky., at . 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 mares 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 I Gentleman Is no longer an experiment. Bting him a good mare and he will , get you an extra good colt. Do not take your mares thirty or foity miles to breed when you have just as good a hoiss right at home and for less than half the money. Kentucky Gentleman will make the season at my home, one mile from Stanfqrd, on the Danville pike at $20.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt Is foaled. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. $10.0010 liUBreriag Colt. I am prepared to take care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. Lien; re- . RICHMOND, KY. A TRAININQ SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life Stats Certificates. Vlu' in all Public Schools ot Kentucky, Vr tained on colts for service fee. Money due svhen mare Is traded or parted with. J. NEVIN CARTER, Stanford, Ky, rasaaaaaBaa bpeclal Courses and Kerltw Courses. Tuition Two splendid dormitories, school, n.r manual training building, practice model school, department of agriculture, a w.U equipped DomeaUa Science. First Term beirtM xyninaaluiu. September 7. Second Term November 16, Third Tens Fourth Terra April 5, Bummer School opens January June 14, Catalogue Yin. j, u. ctUMHC, PmUB. to Appointees. nr Suppose you come and Me the many beautiful samples we hive and get our price, r.-t-a Car, taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur, J, Central Record. Fhoae 95. W. B. BURTON, LiMcuter, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday April 29 1915. ' I Page 7 CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Picked Up at Sea By DONALD CHAMBEIUJN J DYER, TENN., MAN SUFFERED 40 YEARS J. T, Cattleman Finds Hops Fulfilled After Patting Threeicore Yeart. Report of tho Condition or TIIK Bunk County AT TIIK Or Uryantsville OP 1IUMNIMS ON TIIK I ft IS 34 71 Spring itolns boiln.x tl con n of Rrysntuvlllf , ot Urrr1, stale of Kentucky, I The Kind You Have Always Bought LcouO,JI.EK0.Nr-McctlaNflVqartionfrjij. simltoifngifcrixdaniiMia Bears the Signature Plromofcs DigirsttonChffifii- nCSS and Itesirnnliln t mHttw Onlumlorphinc norMiacnL of HOTMAHCOT1C. JhtfrtfMnsuixifmaii JtxJmtl 66? AiiH In mi Ml ft. Arvnfrrl Rnnrdv for Comflw lion , Sour Stomacli.DlantMi Use For Over Thirty Years Worms jCniMilsioRjJnTTub ric3s ftnJ Loss or Sua. TxcSirulf Mfoafttrtof nbonnl. The enptatn questioned litem, nnd they told hltn that they were members of the crew of n .hip that had collided with another In a fog nml had gone to tho bottom. Ito nskeil how long ego that wan ami they said n week. Then ho naked wh.it had liocomoof the officer nnd Ihc rent of tho crow and was told that they had gotio down with tho ahlp. There was only thno to get out flie one Imnt Iwforo sho sank. The sTory didn't nppeal to the captain n lieuig likely, but he could not refuse, to take tho men abounl nnd did no. Wo were sailing on tho Australian coast when n Iniat was espied by tlio lookout. She win tin ordinary ship's lifeboat, oiien. otid wan dancing merrily on the wnves In Ihc bright When alio enme uonrcr we conuteil nlno men In her. She wns hendlng fur in, nml llio cnptaln gave an order to .low down. As soon n she enme nlongstile n man In tho low hailed in and nuked in to take thetn J. T. Cattleman of Dyer, Tcnn., luffered from stomach derangements for forty years, taking all sorts of medicine, following all kinds of medical advlco In all tho forty years, ho said, ho never had a real good day until ho tried Mayr's Wonderful Itemcdy. Then he discovered something. Let his letter tell about It: "The first doso of Mayr's Wonderful ftcmedy caused gall stones to pass from me. I am feeling much better than I have ever before. I am CI years old and I had never beforo one whole good day. 15th day of April 1915 HEFOUItCKS. In.lm and IM.eonnta Overdrafta ttcnrd and nni'-- f Put frnm Ilanka t'aah on hand . Ilanilns Hume, furniture and jrd ISAM ml S.SH 3.7M STRAW AND Si Sf in Fixture. 4.1.0 10 I M.SII 4S at and taiea paid ntpoalt subject to check I .(. U . iijjuoi Tims Pepo.lta.... Total MARIUTIKS, Capital Slock paid In, In caih Snrplua fnnda rndlvlded rrbfltt. Itaaext.ru- - PANAMA HATS FINE FOOTWEAR. Sivxrt I Sil no OU "I would not give tho one bottlo ., IM.MI4) you sent me for all tho drugs and docTotal..... tors' medicine that Is made." coL'Nrv or (iakhaiuh"' Mayr's Wonderful flemedy gives perWs.C.C. flecker, frraldent and J. V, manent results for stomach, liver and Caahlcrof the atov named Rank do '0. that Intestinal ailments Kat as much and aolemnly awear of our tha above atatcment la whatever you like. No more distress true to the beat 0. C.knowledge and belief Pecker, Trealdent. after eating, pressuro of gas In tho 1. C. stomach and around the heart. (let ono SiiWrlticd and anorn WILUaiia.Caahler. to before me thla'.Qnd bottle of your druggist now and try It day ol April IVIi. on an absoluto guarantee If not satis. Iloean Rallard. Notary Public. factory money will bo returned. My Commlnlon expire. Tebsv. inn. S9.SM 72 i PALM BEACH SUITS 1 Custom Shirtings. 'Fine Neckwear. Parks Danville, & 'S Hendren. m Kentucky THE YOUNG FF.LLOWS SHOP. Itcport ol' the Condition M;.x;,. 0)):X).X) Xi!:D:&( 0. 0''.OXQ(: B The Cektauii CaMTAtot; NEW YORK. arantrril under the Food CASTORIA TM rVW Exact Copy of Wrapper. tOMPiNV. ft It TV. SEED CORN In order to get good results you should use one of the fol lowing Planters: HOOSIER ok KENTUCKY. R JANESVILLE J. -- L CASE We have them with open wheels and check rowers at attractive prices. ENGAGE YOUR TWINE PROM US NOW 5ecler, PHONE 27. cQTe FJallard 8c Scott, Kv. BRYANTSVILLE.. Citizens National Bank LANCASTER OK KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $45,000. J. WAJ.KEK, Vice I Ft HUDSON. President. W. O. P.ICKEV, Als't Cashr. H. I'rest ioe J. Waucer, JrBook-Keeper- . Cashier. W. P. CHAMP, emergency ny having a bank account. yon are prepared Nothing elau can quite eiual the heart-glotiiat uccompanies that fvlin;; of prepardness. If j'ou are cot r depositor here, start an nccvunt One dollar turn, the trick. If How Much Better You Feel agnin.t iiim,axsrragraiiTre W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Onice Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phono 33. Director and Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have) mad hi. name famou. all over the Unit.d Slates and Canada. Compoied of Root., Herb., Bark, and B. rrie. Fur treatmtnt of Human Diie.iea. -5 Punlti Indian HcrUCowboy Dakota Jack's Dakota Jack's Crtm. DAKOTA JACK Tb Nortnwaittra Cowboy OSIOINATOS OP Sop, Price tO, .JX ON SALF AT Day.' Treatment. . Unlmrnt 3 Sl.00 bars lit JS. C. C & J. E. SlormtJ and R. E. McRoctili. 15th. day of April, 1015. with a severe case of tonsillitis. made up my mind that the men Mrs. J. C. Hays is visiting her sister IIEMH'UCES. were mullneera and had either been Mrs. D. II. Walker, bnatia and Plicouhta near Paint Lick. .... t H4.TJ0 J put off n ahlp or sunk n ahlp or some-thinOierdralla ."rcured and mi- 118 31 .eenred of the kind, hut when they were J. X. Menefee, Jr.. attended Federal line from Ilanka 3H.MI put to work they allowed such Igno- court at Richmond the first of the week. 4'a.h ou hand . H.flTA 73 07 riiecka. aud other ca.h Itema. rance of eierytlilnR nautical that I Mr. and Mrs. Julian Fcwle, of Mobile, Ranking- llouae, Furnliurc and changed my opinion. That they were 1J..VO0U Flxturra Ala., are here visiting relatives and Other Aaaeta unt Included nnder not what they purported to in wan S.47X 42 anynf above beada evident, but what ttiey were we had friends. 117J.TW 49 Total no mentis of knowing. Mrs. J. Frsnk Smith, of Maysville, Is I.IAI1IL1TIF.8. Our blilp wm n small steamer, tiot M.W-00 needing n Humorous crew. We usually the Ruett of ber daughter, Mrs. J. C. tTapllal Stock paid In, in caah. e.ncHj to surnlti. Fund.. Uuvnolds. carried eighteen men. Including caji-tal- u Unillilded I'rorlt.. leaa expenaea aud taxea liald and mate. I being mate, but now Miss Amanda hoggin, of LouisVille livpo.lt aubliTt to check I1M.ISS in Wo wero reduced to twelve. 10. i arrived here Monday to visit relatives Time lcnli. 113.RII j4 Ono evening one of our regular crew and friends. Other Xiabllttlea not Included uncntne to me nnd told mu that tho I.H2S at der any of abofe beada . Kev. Alfred .A. Wiggins, of Louisville strangers had token ueaioiiH from the IT3.T90 III Total shlp'a armory nml bidden them In the is here with tis parents Mr. and Mrs. f tate of Kentucky. Comity of Oarrard, set. hold. The captain was asleep lu his W. II. Iliggins. We.R. :. Meltoberta and 1. Vi. Klmore, I'real-dcu- t and Ca.hler of the above named Rank cabin at the time, nnd I preferred to Mrs. J. II. Gaines, of Lexington Is do aolemnly awear that the almve atatement net on the Information rather than la true to tbe beat of our knowledge and belief wnko him up. lie was a headstrong here at Uiebedsideof Mrs. Mary Gaines. It. K. Mcttoberta. l'realdent. man nnd was liable to give our ene who is quite ill. J. W. Elmore, Ca.hler. Hqherlbed and aworn tn before me thla 23rd mies tho ndvantave by some. rash act. Mr. and .Mrs. J. L. McKee ItilTe day of April Ull. 1 sent for the man who had Iiecn spent Sunday in Ilustonville with Will S. Hopper. Notary llibllc. ilj commta-alosiHilesmnn when ue met them nnd expire. Febrnary IV, 191S. Dlsccroxi; asked lilm whether he nnd bis men relatives and friends. W. 11. Rrowu. V. X. tear, J. It. Palton. preferred to male some other port Mrs. Mary Wallace and daughter. than .Melbourne. He admitted th.it Miss Marietta are viniting rclativesand they would, but wlien I asked blm friends in Lancaster. where they would lite to put In he Fakl Kf port of tho Condition Hiepetiton that was filed in tlx that they preferred not to itop at nn port at nil. I told him to fenny.McRoberts case some wevksago Australian consult Kith bis mates as to what they was overruled last week. wanted nnd let rue know. Mrs. '.Mary Gaines has been quite 111 I did thU to put the strangers off their guard and gain time. It was evi- for several days at the home of ber doing bnalneaa at the ton of Paint Lick, dent, from their not wishing to go daughter, Mrs. Nellie llallou. Conntyot Garrard, Bute of Kentucky. nshoro In Australian territory, that At Thi Cui.it or Bcaistaa ok the Miss Liccie lleozlev is reported qui'e they were criminal. After cousultlu ill nt the-hoof her sister. Mrs. V 15th. day of April, 1915. with the others the leader camo back and told me Hat they would like to lie C. Sandidgc at Milledgeville. KEsoiitcr.si put out lu n large Iwat wu carried Mr. L. E. Carpenter and son. Jack, KxfI M which was rigged with n sail nnd In of l'hiladelyhia, I'a,, are the ruests of Xoana and tlfacounta ...... . . oicrdraft...ecured audunaecured part decked over. Of course they would her parents, M r. and M rs. J. N. Menefee Puetrom Ranka 4.1K4 nn ... Caah on hand 3,151 67 need to lo provisioned. Ranking llouae, Furniture and Mrs. J. S. Price has returned home This wax n dead clveawtiy no their fixture. part nnd howid that they wore'dealter a visit of several weeks to her Total for they had no knowledge of mother. Mrs. Mary Garnett at Cave I.I A IIII.1TI KM navigation and would Ik nt tho mercy City. H.OCO HO Capital Mock paid In, lh call. of the winds and waters. I pretended 11MO HO Hurplna Fund Mr. and .Mrs. II. C. Wray and children, Undivided profit., lea. expenaea to nccede to their request and di I Ml sh and 'taxea paid of .Danville, were the Sunday Ilepualta.ubjecttocbwk JU.71H l reeled that they eome on Heck nnd get the tsmt ready to 1 lowered. A soon guests of her mother, Mrs. Woodie Demand c'ertlncatea f Jj:l 3J lleiKMlta . ns they went to work I sent men to Hale. Tle Depoalu Poatal Bav 7.V1 10 Ins collect the wenpotis they had stolen. 01 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coffey have MX M 'When this was done 1 stationed men j.63i Iue Ranka and Trnat Coinpaiilea t,MH 00 In. different parts of the vessel, all returned hume after a visit to their Note, aud Rllla Kedlanruted 1U,(W til armed. Then I liegan to send the son, Capt.J.X. II. Coffey and family llllli Payable strangers In different directions for at Frankfort. Total .... IUio.im 04 Garrard etate different articles they would need on There were thirty-thre- e of the lead-iri- g We. K. of Kentucky, County ofWooda. Preai. - Wooda. and K O. their vovnge. Some wre sent for pro business men of Stanford, who dent aud Caaliler of th above named Rank vtsltsis. some for water, some for Iho above vent to Mt. Vernon Monday to boost do aolemnly awenr thatonr knowledge atatt ment la true to the belt of blankets, some for fuel. and K. L. WOODS, l'realdent. belief. I Hrst ordered their siiokesman. 'Who the Iloone Way. K. a.WOOP, Ca.hler. two men was lender as well, to take Mrs. L. C. Kelley, of Campbelliiville Habacrlbed with him nnd go down to the hold for and Mrs. Alfred Kads, of Cre.twood, day of April and aworn to before me tlila Vfith 1913. pork. Ho obeyed and thru' souio salt n. liaimnack. Notary nilillc LodsUle of their mother, Mrs ny iyuimi. W. expire, .ion reu.vivis. out of tho nine men went below not ate at the to reupjiear again, for a soon ns they T. N. NeuUuid. got Into the dark hold hands were Mrs, T D. Newland, who has been clapiKHl on their mouths nnd they were ill for several Jays with pneumonia, is removed to the brig. As soos ns It HER FRIENDS not improving very rapidly, her host of NOW was relnirted to me that they bad been friends regret to say. captured I sent two more men to the snll room for ennvns. They. too. were Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Bourne. Miss HARDLY KNOW HER wcured. nnd within twenty mtiiutin Dodo" Bourne nd Jlradley Ilourne, of they had started to get from thoMtiti' Lancnter, were here Sunday.tho guests ready I had them all under tho of Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Warner. Uxk nnd key. But Tlii Does Not Bother Mn. When tho cnutnln appennil on derk Mrs. Emma Uutlede and Miss Burton. Under the tho next morning nnd I told dim tint Cecilia Royalty, of Kust Ilernsead, tho Btningers lmd stolen nrms be look- - have returned home Alter a visit to Circumstances. iil wrioiis. Tliea when I told lilm that Mrs, (!. W, Masters at McIIinney. was untouI had tho men secured ho Houston, Texas. In an Interesting ched, not iH'lng able to understnud Jt was decided at the Last meeting of tlirougli n mu- tbe City Fathers that they would aid letter from this city, .Mrs. S. C. Burton how he could liiive-sleptiny. Finally when I gau blm my the Woman's Club In oiling the streets writes as follows : "1 think it Is my duty plan nnd the manner of Its nmimpllsh-men- t of Stanford. The Woman's Club have to tell you what your medicine, Cardul, ho rcprtuiniidnl mo for acting secured by subscription $250 and the the woman's tonic, has. done for me. without his orders. pledged to give as much A few days later wo reached port. I Council have 1 was down sick with womanly trouble, went to tho municipal olllco and stat as S300 as tbeir part. The oiling will and my mother advised several different few days. ed the case, to lie told that nlno persons take place within a treatments, but they didn't seem to do serving terms ntn prison ucnrtbt;coast The largest attendance at Sunday me any good. I lingered along for three bad escaiKsl. A boat was missing, nnd It wns supiHiseil they had taken It nnd School ever known In Lincoln county osJKour months, and for three weeks, J put to sea. Government officers were was at tbe Christian church last Sun was In bed, so sick I couldn't bear for looking for them, but thus far bad seen day morning. There were 357 present any one to walk across the floor. My husband advised me to try Cardul, tiling of them. at this great rally. People were brought Tho men were taken In charge by to church in wagons, those who did not the woman's tonic. I have taken two the police nnd returned to tho prison. have way to come. This was indeed a bottles ot Cardul, am feeling fine, gained Their lender tokl mo beforo leaving groat rally day forthr Christian church, 15 pounds and do all of my housework. that they bad planned to tnke the members were added to Friends hardly know me, I am so well." ship tbo very night I executed tho thirteenfnew If you suffer from any of the ailments the church, twelve by confession and plan that resulted In their rapture. so common to women, don't allow the one by letter. t (rouble to become chronic. Uecin taking y. Cardul It Is purely vegetable, Its Ingredients acting in a gentle, rutuial A Cuiefor Sour Stomach. way on the weakened womanly constitu tion. You run no risk in trying Cardul. of Battle Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, It has been helping weak women back to Eick headache, biliousnccs, piles and Creek, Mich., writes: ""I have been bad breath oro usually caused by inao- - I troubled with Indigestion,or stomach health and strength for more than SO years. It will help you. At all dealers. tire bowels, lid a uox: ot itcxall y. wl bad breath, After taking two OrderUcs. Tbey act gently and eflec-Wrilt la I Cballanongi Martin. Co.. UJlea' I am well. Bold only by us at 10 omU. ties of Chamberlain'aTableta As soon nil they eomo almard wo STANFORD that their faees were by no menu, attractive. They niked our captain for what Kirt he wni Ixiund nnd when he raid Melbourne I liotlccd.that on the J. N. Carter attended county court face of kudo of them was a scared nt Lancaster Monday. look, while others .eemeil to be Baying Miss Mary Shepherd Cook Is sulTer-in- n to themselves "Not If wo can prevent Garrard Bank & Trust Co Rank doing bnalne.a at Incaater County otGarrard. State of Kentucky, AT TIIK CIjOSK OK Ut'SlSKSS OS TIIK THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. It" T Copliol t50x6oO. A. I! Surplus $30,000. Pres't S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. )EN!IY. President J. R. E. STOUMES. Vice 1 JMHHY, Aes't Cashier. J. U Gll.t, Safety Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUI! For Rent. HUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Stormes, S. C. Denny, Alex K. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. K. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Diaw A Checi for the money you ov.e nnd note how much more res- pectfully your creditors re- gard you. They like to do business with u man who has an account at & the Peoples Bank Garrard Bank Trust Co. They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company II !! 111 1B I IB A Sale of Wreckage FROM THE WELSH & WISEMAN CO 'S BUILDING. Danville, Kentucky Having secured the contract to wreck the Welsh & Wiseman Co's Store, I find the following materials will not be needed in the new construction, and now offer for sale at most reasonable prices 3 3 MODERN STEEL CEILINGS, SIZE CEILINGS, CEILING, lxt 24X70 X FT MODERN' STEEL STEEL SIZE 26 SIZE 98 FT SO FT 1 MODERN 22i X 2 single glass 30x40 in. 3 Modern Store Fronts, complete. 30 Stone Window Caps, and 3 Stairways. 1000 Loads of Dirt and 100 perch Bldg Stone 46 Windows, complete, I interested will begin to tear dovvn early next week, so anyone In any of the above will have to see mo quick, Arthur W. Walker Danville, Ky PUR5L1V3 INDIAN HERBS R. E. Me Roberts . These tablets are splendid-no- ne ter." For sale by all dealers. bet lm A4vlaory,lept.. Clultaoaoga, lf.s fur Special fUfrbrfum. on your rook. Hum. ..4 i rMUoeut far Wmb,h moi la plat, wrappv, LtA-- C. 311 Page 8 4 The Central Record, Thursday April 29, 1915. Watch Your Children Often chil Jiyn do not let parents know they are constipate!. They fear some-th- in r distasteful. They will lik Itatall Orderlies a mild laxative that taatea Jfct sugar. Bold only by us, 10 ceoU. R. E. MeRobtrts FAMOUS "MOVIE" CHARACTER DEAD. IT farmer's column txlOW Ihll llf.rtlllj tl (01 in. iclu Dm ot onr Immtr .uWrtWri, .oil Is lor lh tats ot itoek, rism sti4 tnch thing, on farm lb. I.rra.r e.nnot .Sord to tdT.r- Ho nolle, wilt b. accepted orer lour tip... and will b only In two la.n.s ol lb. NEW LINES OF ltp. Tailored Suits Dresses, Goats, SEIETS and WAISTS ' Latest Ideas In Womens Garments Fresh From Fashion Centers. Our buyer spent last week in ' Cleveland and New York replenishing our stocks which has been much depleted by unusual selling and looking up all the newX to-d- ay John Ilunny, who delighted In the title, "the Homeliest Man In the World" and who is saiu to nave drawn down a aalary estimated at from $500 to $700 a week for his antics, died at his home in I) rook vn Monday, He had been III about three weeks of a complication of diseases. Dunny was known not only all over the United States, but In all corners of the globe. Even In China, India and the South Sea Islands John Ilunny'; fsce and figure have made the natives laugh. A year ago Ilunny left moving pic turea to take out a show on the road, This show appeared in Louisville the week before Christmss, and the com edian contributed his services to the Association, selling his own photographs and Christmas seals for the benefit of the Wnverly Hill Samtorium funds. Since then h has not been before the camera, but many Dunny films still are being shown for tnousands were taken when h was in active harness. M. troao. (r. ot chirr. 1000 locust posts for sate. J as. G. Conn. This Is to warn thu rtubl c thst inv place Is pasted and that I do not allow any hunting, fishing or trespassing on same. J. V. Dland. LosT-Whound bitch, with col lar bearing my name. He ward for hlte BUCK VARHON Dlsck Jack with white points, 8 years old, 1C hands high, fine breeder' and great Individual. A Jack of 'fin bone and action. Will stand at $10.00 to Insure a living colt. Will also at same time and place stand a PEA VINE HORSE at $10.00 to insure a living colt. This stock will stand at W. P. Desh- on's farm on the Crab Grchard pike S Ky. Mares miles from Lancaster, grazed at $2. per month. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. G. II. Colson, Crab Orchard, Ky.. Houte FOR Phone FOR SALEt-I'lymoulh 2. per setting. SO U Rock eggs 60c Mrs, Edd Grow. Iloume, Ky. Duroc Jersey boars extra good ones, weighing 100 founts orHver. at $12.50 each, if R. II' Ilronaugh sold at once. Crab Orchard, Kv. Barred Plymoth Rock Eggs for sale at CO cents per setting of IS. Mrs. W. P. Oeshon. J, E. Aridcrson, DANVILLE'S FIRST-BOR- Phone 321-- Point Leave!!. Ky buyers. est fads and fancies in womens apparel. Our purchases were,so heavy that they amount to practically renewing the whole stock and so customers will have just as good selection as the early Notwithstanding the immense improvement in business conditions, which has made the demand greater than the supply. We were able to secure quite a lot of garments at decided consessions in price and we propose to' give our trade all the benefit of our bargains. ;TheH.Black Com pany? PARIS 'CIEVCLAND WOOLTEX SPECIALS the Iiaptist church through Central Kentucky, was here yesterday for. a visit to his daughter, Mrs. J. U. I'arks. This faithful old Christian soldier has given all his life, since a boy, to evangelical work, and many people have been brought Into the church through his work. He told a Messenger re porter that he was bom In Danville in a houso situated where The Messenger office now stands, and was the first baby born in the corporated limits of This was seventy-thre- e this city ytars ago. He prides hfmself on this. he is devoted to the old town and her people. He has many warm friends here, who trust he will be spared many years more of usefulness and happiness, During his present visit. Mrs. Parka served a bountiful birthday dinner, at which all his children, except the son, neYe present. Danville Messenger. IJe als has many warm friends in Lancaster who wish him the same and but for his own statement (not the Messengers) we would have supposed he was born in Lancaster, so closely is he identified with as. Rev. It. It. Noel, of Stanford, who is For Sale; 250 bales of good n possibly the evangelist In hay. John W. Miller, Mansger, Our Wife. Our wife, comments a western newspaper man. Is one ot those women timothy who aren't content to be taken for Ky, Lancaster 3 FOR SALE:-2head sheep, MJambs. Price eight dollars per head Including lambs. Phone 37:G FOR calves. Mrs. Rhoda E. Wylle. Ilryantsvllle, Ky. 6 daugbe taken for their dauthtt-r'hterto be taken for their own grand-dauc'c- r, so to .peak, their dsunfter'a sister. Tbey went to SAL&-2- good fresh cowx and II. C. Arnold. Hyattsville. Ky. Ani You a Woman ? FOR SALE:-Tw- o good driving mares well broke and gentle; one six and one V. S. Embry. three yeara old. FOR SALUAl-ou- Timothy hay, also three yearling bulls. Ashby Arnold. FOR SALE:-CorPlanter, good as new, 2 cultivators, harrows and fanning implements of all kinds. Bargains T. A. Elkin. n t COO bales of m Cardui The Woman's Tonic FDR SALE AT ALL For Sale;-Abo- red top sugar tane 30 bushels of nice seed. Thone 312 J.-J- . N. Rosa. M9MSTS F4 JTueILBlACK COMPANYR PAWS CLEVELAND EVERY CHILD DREAMS OF OWNING A SHETLAND PONY. SUITS $25.00 teed for Jwo Seasons Wear. up W0OL1TC We also picked about thirty of the finest WOOL TEX coats at a "close cut" price and will offer these COATS $13. at choice for $15.00. Nothing quite so good is made. About tMrty separate skirts made as only Wooltex will at choIce for SKIRTS $7.50 raake WOOLTEX We were lucky in securing a big lot of the very finest of Wooltex Suits at a price that enables us to offer them at choice for $25.00 No better tailored suits can be obtained at anyprice and each one is guaran- TAILORED SUITS FROM NEWin YORK suits popular specially Many good most the. ipopoev R MECHANICS For Father and Son 7-5- MAGAZINE Navy, Bel AND ALL THE FAMILY COATS SKIRTS DRESSES gian, Tans and Blacks and Shepherd Checks at SI 2.50 $15., $J 050 and $25.00 A great line of new coats in Coverts, Checks, Plaids, Fopling, Palm Beach Etc., at $5., $6.50, $8.75 and up New line of Black Taffeta Silk Skirts at $6.50, $7.50 $8.00 and upwards. New line of skirts in Chuddah Cloths, Checks, Gabardins, Poplins etc, at $6. to $10. New line New lines of Silk Dresses for' all occasions. of White Dresses at $6. to $45. New linepf Colored Linen and other wash dresses from $5. up. All these are well worth coming to see. Two and a half million readers find it of absorbing interest. Everything In It Is Writttn So You Can Understand It We stU 400,000 copies every month without and imni premium, .how have ano solicitor. Any you copy : or writ. lh ncyadcaler will pubasiitr lor free sample a pcatai will do. !HaBBBBaaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB $l.SO A YEAR lSe A COPY Popular Mechanics Mazazina raw. ASK FOR COUPONS AND HELP HAKE SSleAlean An., CHICACO ' STOP AT OUR - THIS DREAM COME TRUE. Clarence Kail, Elizabeth Conn, Loudella l'eace, J. 0. Dogle, Jr. John "Ked" Smith. Willie C. Daniels, Leslie Sherrow, E. J. Oaks, Jr. Henry Shelby Fish, Clinton Ituble, Ewell Lvdrord, Homer Moberly, WIRTHMOR WAISTS AT $1.00 New Styles WELWORTH WAISTS AT $2.00 Each week. GARAGE When in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Good Complete line of Tires. Everything in Automobile Accessories. We have exclusive sale of(i these waists for Mercer, Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle Counties. The following boys and girls ha,ve expressed a desire for the pony and cart and they or their friends have enIn tered their names as contestsnta trading with the different merchants and business men, whose names appear below this, be sure and get a coupon and vote for youj favorite. Pearl Crutchfleld J. U. Manuel Jr. V. A. Lear, Jr. Isabelle Terrill, William Henner. Kannte Tinaley, KobtM. Graves. A. II. Estndge, Gladys Conn. Allie Drummett, Nelson Conn, Elsie Drown, New Lines of Detroit-Princes- s and porch Dresses at tessard Front-Lacin- and Dix-mak- e house 98c, $1.25, $2.00, $2.50 Warner's and up; M Childrens Dresses In White for any age from 6 months old to 14 years. Detroit-Primccline of childrens Wash Dresses from 2 years size to 14 year. Price 50c to $4. g James Dorwin Seulr, Hen Itankin, Mary Blanche Conn, Johnnie Vanhook, Ilaby Sister Caneer, Kdwin Kirk, Willi lam Embry, Chas. liastln, Lyle l'fultt, Frances Grant, Virginia I'earl Walker, Aleene Thomas, Uessie Grant, Mamie V, Davis, Grace Kathergill, Lucv V. Iong, Itaymond Cox, David Hamilton, Margaret Doty, George Ilrowri Jane Drown, Harry Hrown, Elsie Clark. Marie Clark. Ethel Clara Dudderar, Hellena I'erkins, Wllmoth Sutton, Ituth Lane, Carrie Sutton, Ida Sowder, Elisha Cheatham, Earl Ward Clark, Corsets Rust-Pto- of Corsets ar Be sure and ask for coupons at the following $2. to $12. $1. to $3. Frestollte Service. MITCHELL & places. The "Rex" Theater, Good Pictures and Good Music, E. C. Gaines, Nothing but Insurance. R. E. McRoberts, Drug and Faints. J. W. Smith, The House of Quality. Davidson and lyty Gnmraa sad Meats. Joseph Mercians Cm, Dry Goods and Ladles Gstrapsfriyt " . Denny and Wanslir, Dwtal SnirdtftMs ar GarWe are offering for the selection of our customers a stock of Ready-to-wements, Ladles Furnishings and Dry Goods, unsurpassed for choice selection and quality' by any In Kentucky. Our greatest effort is have our Merchandise dependable for style, quality and price and we would like to have the dunce to prove our claims with you. SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 124. Danville, Ky. A. B. Robertson mm QgS" & Bro. KENTUCKY. Ready-To-We- CASTOR I A la Um rr Om 30 Years Ftr IafeaM-Mi Ca Haras, IJwajs ksiN stare af ,.mM Haselden BrisBjIMaai taJfaeiWftff Miss Minnie Bi ern tfflm lattoMn Millinery. The Central HecftfyO with eac scriptlon, new or old, v