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A, Spolth Informs us that his The Paint Lick School will give nn Subscribe for the Record and Ret Ice cream Supper at the School Build- warehouse will remain open this suming, tomorrow evening, Friday. 20 mer to receive any tobacco 1,000 votes on the pony and cnrt. that may have been unsold from the past season vents will bo charged. For all Magazines see "Miss Dollv" Country Gentleman now $1.00 a year. CONGRATULATIONS. PAINFUL ACCIDENT. In Rood con FOIl Mr, and Mrs. John M, Mount are re The friends of Mrs. Jennie Embry No dltion. Will sell at a bargain. will regret to learn of her painful, but ceiving congratulations over the arrival use for two. Apply at this ollke. not serious accident. Monday morning of a ten pound son, the promising Democrat having been born When the lazv blossom (lays come, she was- coming oil t of Mr Tom Howards young with budJinR trees and turquoise sky, grocery store when she looked back- Tuesday night at the home ot his nunt, ward and mistaking the step fell and Mrs. Logan Wood In Danville. ajkltchen stove has few attractions. broke her wrist. Mr. Will Embry, to If good wishes count for anything We had often heard of plums falling whom she had turned to speak, carried this young man will be fortunate in from the political tree, but Kentucky her into the home of Mr. Uriah Simp-sj- n deed. Here's to his good health, may has the distinction of having a Cherry where Dr. Amon set the arm and he live long and prosper. drop oil. where she will be glad toseeherfrltnds Watch for the date of "Mrs. Wiggs although she will not be able to extend WOMEN PISTOL-TOTER- S Of The Cabbage Patch" which will be them her right nand for several weeks. shown at an early date at Romans SHOULD NOTE. Opera House. REMEMBER MAY 14-1Another evidence that there is still Sunday was a great day for those The first step is to create a desire some slight divergence between the owning motor cars, but still a better day fur general sanitation, cleanliness and masculine and feminine points of view for walking couldn't have been coaxed bea,uty in your dtv or town. The sec- is that Miss Anne Iiittenhouse anout of the weather man. ond is to work together democratically, nounces that the place for the new Pi week pistol pocketi is on the chest. tactfully, all through Clean-uHelp In the municipal 'H and keep at It. Every week ought to May Easiest Planter to handle, Accurate Dropper. See that alleys, stables be a Clean-uweek Week. Clean-uOIL, OIL, ATTENTION end out houses are clean, so that when Bujlt of Few Parts and Built Extra Strong. the inspector goes around he will hav represent the best investment of energy American home makers can make FARMERS. It stands for healthier families, hapCan be Furnished with Splendid Fertilizer Attachment. nothing to report. When the war is over, it will be pier homes, higher real estate values I can save you money, can fill your Auto Tickets given away. someone's dutv to pick up all the dis- and better citizenship. You cannot barrel, or sell you an A. No. 1, steel barrel with faucet, .60 gallon El' carded rules of war, the broken inter. bring up a child six years in an untidy capacity, at a low figure, and fill same national laws, and preserve them in home and then expect a order that civilization may continue to suddenly to teach him respect for with the best oil at low prices, saving live. school or private property. you from $1 to $2. If you cannot make arrangements The editor of the Lexington Leader through your merchant, call or phone says the squabble that has arisen beTHOMPSON. Standard Oil, Agent, tween the liquor Democrats, the county Mr. Joplin Thompson, aged sixty-twJ. W. Sweeney, unit Democrats and the state-wid- e a leading farmer, living between here Phone 152. Lancaster, Ky. rn) Democrats reminds it of the Btorv of and Crab Orchard died at his beautiful the husband who Veiled out to his second country home Saturday morning after LOOK TO YOUR PLUMB wife; "Marian, come out here! Your a years illness. He Is survived by his children and my children are raising wife and nine cnildren; James, Frank, Kt .0. hell with our chilflren". ING AND DRAINAGE. Logan, ok Phillip, Prewitt. Charlie, Individual, you control the clean!! Lucile. Mrs. Hayden Leavel and Mrs. CLEAN YOUR OWN HOME FIRST, ness of your own premises and immed Cephus Morgan, all living in this com- because no woman can throw herself Mr. Thompson a heart and soul into a municipal was g ate surroundings, and you correct mun munity. TRIMMED Icipal evils by force of example and member of the Baptist church, and campaign if her own home maintained needs her attention. Organized into effective throughout his sentiment. And when you and congenial committees, yru will be the respect and good will of a wide are cleaning, remember that real, ef He was a fective goes into dark able to clean up the markets, schools. circle of acquaintances. churches, theaters and dairies. Ap sober, honest, industrious farmer, a corners and hidden spaces. Do not re- pointing children on juvenile commit kind husband and loving father who paper and paint, and beat and dust and tees will create a demand for civic will be sadly missed in the family cir- scour, until you have dug down to the cleanliners and attractiveness in school cle and by his friends. He was buned very roots of sanitation. Look to your Sunday afternoon in the Lancaster plumbing, your drainage, your well and grounds, parks and streets. cemetery, the services being conducted your cistern. Be sure that all the Wood row Wilson laid aside the cares by J. M. McClary of Stanford. water which comes into your house is May of President of the United States pure. day and became merely the grandfather HOLMES. of Francis Savre, the small son of his ACTIVITY FOR DIXIE daughter, Jeasie, and of Francis B, Mrs, Al Holmes, who. will be rememSayre, assistant to the President of bered here as Miss Llllie Thompson, HIGHWAY. DC Williams College. The President went died at her home in 'Crab Orchard. all the way to Wllliamstown, Mass., Monday morning, after a lingering Ill Lancaster and Garrard County's in. despite pressing public business, to take ness, universal regret will be iclt on terest in the Dixie Highway it increas GO part in planting a "baby" tree for his account of the death of this young ing with interest every dav. A com grandson, late that afternoon and to woman as she exemplified, throughout mittee is at work under Pres. Stormes act as on. of his godfathers at the the short span of 26 years, those traits of the Commercial Club, to secure the christening ceremony the next day. of character most admired in woman routing through Lancaster and the prohood and in a simple unostentatious way spects are very flattering that the road FOR NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS went about doing good to all wtth whom will come this way. Garrard County she came in contact. She was a mem-B- wants it Lancaster wants it. the Blue All who advertise with of the Christian church having Grass section wants it and no effort in her spared secure a with us and desire us to joined funeralearly girlhood. held in will be of all thetobusiness men concerted and citi action services were The change their adds must CraO Orchard at the home of her zens of the county in behalf of this We pay the highest market price for Country have copy in on Tuesday parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thompson, highway. Data "is being gotten up to Produce. in the Lanto Highway intermeut afternoon, otherwise it will and the cemetery followed appropriate forward andthe Dixie be ready by Commission caster same will last tfter be too late. words at the grave by Elder F. M. of the week. Ask for tickets on the Automobile. Tinder. No children survive her but the sympathy of all goes out to the TWO WdltTHY COLORED JURY MONEY READY. DC devoted young husband and heart I have money ready to pay November broken parents. CITIZENS PASS AWAY. and March jurors and ask that they call for same or advise me by order where Seldom has this community been cal WHEN WE LIVE IN DEEDS. led upon to give up to mail checks. two colored citizens F. S. Hughes, Trcas Jury Fund. The wide observance of Mothers' that caused as universal sorrow and Day on the second Sunday of May, regret as the deaths of Steve Lewis through the publicity given to it by the and Uncle "Bony" Cunningham. It STAND BY THEM. press and by public celebrations, will has been said that Uncle Bony has left We have a good street cleaning de bring to the minds of many the desire more lasting monuments to his memory, partment In Lancaster, we have a to par some especial honor to mothers in tne lorm ot good cisterns, that any oung progressive and agressive mayor as a debt of loving appreciation to those workman who has been taken from us, and a city council ready to do all in who abide with us or as a tribute to In future years many will recall with (heir power for the good of the town. those who are gone. A saintly Sunday-scho- gratitude the memory of "Babe", (as we need is more interested citi What eacher'impressed upon her girls he delighted to call himself) as thev zens, who will stand by them and help the fact that the command, "Honor thy quail a drink of cool water. carry out their plans. father and thy mother , did not cease Steve Lewis, wus one of the best with the lives of their parents, but that carpenters we havu over had and he FISHING IS GOOD. they might be honored as long as their not only did painstaking work, lAit he v sons and daughters lived and followed was honest and untight in all his dealReports from all over thi State In their precepts. Every child may be ings. They both "rest from their dicate that bass fishing In Kentucky best kind of living memorial, but labors and their good works, do follow will be the best season on record. The the memorials also that them". fllmestreams In Kentucky are among the there are other Taf TTa HovolnnA Ynnr A lliUU- VHWUflt A WM WIMBVW UW WW live. best for game fish in the United States Perhaps the form of memorial that STANLEY MAKES OPENING and with the same protection that has been most popular in the past has tho past three yeara it is has existed for ADDRESS AT FRANKFORT. predicted that Kentucky will become been the church window a commemorative type that if beautifully impressfamous for game fish. The Hon. A. O.v Stanley opened his ive, Moie practical memorials, in that they are used, have taken the form of campaign there the DemoPOPULAR PASTOR RESIGNS. communion services and other altar cratic nomination for Governor under Capitol yard in the Reverend J, W. Beagle, the popular silver, altar cloths and baptismal fonts, the trees in the old crowd that S. W. Hager Baptist minister, resigned his pastorage and the supplying of (lowers for the presence of a Sunday morning, much to the regret pulpit, to be sent later to the sick. said was accurately estimated at There were representatives from of his congregation and the entire com But perhaiw the best or all memorials Anderson munity. He has some six or eight art those that meet in some way great Franklin, Owen, Woodford, and other counties in Central Kento other church but has not human needs. A very personal tribute urgent calls wr The Faultless Car as to. among them jj deflnately made up his mind which one is the setting aside of the birthday of tucky, and noticeable former State Auditor S. W. Hahe will accept. Our loss will be the a dear one, for instance, by the giving wete bis campaign mangain of any community into which he of one's own self in the, visiting of a ger, of Owensboro, mother's old friends who may be lone- ager; former Speaker W. J. Gooch, of goes. . some and need a bit of help and cheer. Franklin, and Henry and Samuel Hlnes, Electric Lights and Electric Starter. Over- When a mother, much loved, passed of Bawling Green, who supported H. HONOR PAID HIM. lze Tires and Demountable Rims. W on a few years ago to theGreat Beyond H. Cherry until he withdrew; Senator The Natlonan Geographic Society, a devoted son conceived tha Idqa of en line Huffaker, of Louisville, and through its board of managers held in dowing In a hospital of the city the host of candidates for other State ofWashington. D. C, elected Elder F. room in which she bad spentmany days. fices. It la beautifully, although suitably Mr. Stanley was Introduced in a M. Tinder a member of that distinguish J Simply Designed Especially for the Woman Driver. decorated and furnished, and Is set brief speech by John C. Noel, presied and Important society. Low cost of upkeep averaging lG to 18 miles to gallon of dent of the Farmers' Deposit Bank of The object of the society Is the in aside only for the occupancy of women who break under the Frankfort.and be received an enthucrease and diffusion of geographic We MvevnMchlnea In stock ready for immediate delivery. knowledge, iti board of manager also strain and need to stop and rest awhile siastic greeting from the audience. wards medals for note worthy ac before they can go on with life's work PUait, ftub, Nuts. in geography. compllshmenta This In a busy world. compliment paid Bro. Tinder is one If you can do nothing else you call at I have for salt any variety of, plants which both tie and his friend are justly Last wear a'fiewer on Sunday in honor at 15 and 20 cents a hundred. Dick Williams, Route 3 proud of. ef your mother. tf See Our Get in the pony contest. Ask for coupons In the Pony Contest. ICE CREAM SOPPER. WAREHOUSE STILL OPEN. T Princess Cora filter Mr. Farmer Come and see the SALE:-Automobi- le Janesville PLANTER MuHa In n 5. Htcn nr Chno Chaff Avlxta f fr8 p house-cleanin- g p p arc uu uiimua. CONN BEOS. school-teach- No Better Corn Planter Made. Osborne Disc Harrows. LIVE and LET UVE FOLKS 2 HASELDEN BROS. Pony tickets given on all cash sales. A Special Display of MIDSUMMER , HATS house-cleanin- life 31 IE 31 )C 1Z Friday the 7th. house-cleanin- g C. M. LYONS BUSY CASH Tffrs Siolia jirnold Jrancis. STORE. DRESSES r We have one of the prettiest assortments of READY-TO-WEA- R - TO - Dickerson & Carrier ever designed, the very newest and attractive styles. You will not only secure a beautiful dress, but a genuine money saving bargain as well. There are scores of other things we will be glad to show you. Give us a call and visit the Millinery department and see our new line of FISK HATS. er Dry Goods, Shoes and Groceries G. ' M. LANCASTER. LYONS. KENTUCKY. ii ir 1L 1Z !' is mi SPRING TIMrC The Bemis KODAK TIME. Eastman Kodaks rhaan ol and BROWNIES at McR O BE RTS. 1 Jj 5 inupmoDiie Power, TT 1 - for Tobacco Planter. .Will 0. Set Plants Where Qthers Fail. Economy and Convenience, 5 g l s ft ft The plants will grow better and the tobacco will ripen from two to three weeks earlier Noisless Powerful Motor. than when set by hand. For sale by 1 JOHN E. STORMES j 1 W. J. ROMANS. V Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday May 6, 1915. $20 INCREASE PER ACRE ON LAND Inaugurated as will mnko It easy tn raise money (o carry, on these great works of public Improvement, without tho Thit State Aid Law for Building Good Road Promiiet To Be the laying too hrary aofburden upon now whom are tax payers, many Greatest Blessing Ever Brought To Kentucky Land Owners, s bearing their fnlr share, and If the Burden of the Taxes is Not Thrown Upon Them more than their share. Tho ' State's revenues are not sufllcleut by Through Unwise Legislation. Dearly a million dollars a year to meet some-time- ADJOINING ROADS BUILT UNDER NEW STATE AID LAW ILTOTM KITttXttJ HTTr fVY Z??.ttmtm-7A.J!J"l.l.- ? HEAD LIGHT. Head Light will make the season of 1915 at our barn, 3 miles below Buckeye on the Buckeye and Lancaster Dike ot the very low price of A Third Message To the Business Men S10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Head Light is n bay with white points. G years old, 15 A hands high, has plenty ot body and natural style and action. He is n great horse and a good breeder. He was sired by Red Leaf 21301, record 226tf, Trial 2:16. half 1:0GH the sire of Mary 2:28H and Red Spite 2:20. He by C. F. Clay, record 2:18. His first dam wns by Granby, record, 2:10; he by Prlnceps. 2nd dam by Blacks Hamiltoninn,3fd dam by Red Wilkes Alio at the same time and place will stand our pony, 17-1- ggSS-- . I.,... Th ntw and Kentucky, ai "lull of will lt(lilitlon. 11 roadi, poor tchooli imltr and worn school tiouin. Which do you preferr y S!feS(9P the eld KtntiKir, with un-- at the same time and gtow Prosperity and great thing tor local bu. ness up together. Enthusiasm for th. horn, town and blggtr men. One. developed, this ff.ling shows dlnct returns in molt sal.s profits. Oood paint Is a Have you v.r seen a shabby town proud, or prosperous! won it. poweiful lactar In keeping prosperity after a community has We atll and rtcommtnJ of Lancaster local ptld. ate twins. Th.y .tt bom Is . ln l.jl.litlon. hlch U.l, Ui At $10. to Insure a Living Colt. Shelbark is by Dock Gray, an Imported Shetland and out of Coys Shetland Tony. Shelbark is 62 inches high, beautifully markHe is known as the ed and is a splendid individual. Webb Kainey Pony. SHELBARK We will also at the same time and place stand our big G year old Jack, GREY TOM living horse mule and $10. to insure living mare mule. Money due when mare is traded, sold or bred to other (stock. Will use every means to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. at $3.00 to insure RAY Phone 387-H. & ANION Buckeye, Ky. strict This most notable forward step will prove the greatest blessing that has ever come to the land owners ot Kentucky. It Is the Intent ot this law that alt taxable property shall bear Its proportionate burden ot taxation for this State Fund for road building. It was not Intended that the land owner, though possibly receiving the greatest benefit, should bear the greatest part ot tho tax burden. Such great sources ot revenue as our railroad properties, distilleries, financial Institutions and manufacturing enterprises will bear their Just part, as well as all other taxable property. The throttling or crippling of any of these great resources by hostile legislation must lay a heavier burden upon the land owners and other tax payers. More than 100 counties have already levied a tax upon themselves In order to take advantage of this State Aid Fund for the building of Good Roads In their respective sections. This year alone the fund amounts to J658.220. This sum will be Increased by levies In these counties so that tho sum expended will probably exceed two million dollars. It Is estimated that at least 6.000 miles of gdod roads will be completed under this new State Aid Law within the next IS years, costing ,when completed approximately thirty millions ot dollars. It Is also estimated that the expenditure ot the two million dollars this year will Increase the value ot property to the extent of at An Increase of at least $20 an aero on the value ot all lands adjoining Improved roads built under the new State Aid I .aw Is estimated by expert calculators who have gone Into the subject Tery thoroughly. The building of these public high-way- s will also Increase all other lands In proportion In every county and di- least millions of dotlars In tho counties where these ronds are built. This Is a splendid beginning. What a difference this will make tn the land owners, the farmers and nil others who make use of county roads, whether for business or pleasure. There arc many fine farms in Kentucky 20 or more miles from the railroad that aro not worth halt as much as If they were near a railroad station, for the reason that It Is too far to haul farm products to market over the dirt roads, which are practically Impassable for nearly half of tho year. What a difference, though, when these same farms shall have been connected with the railroad or tho map kit with a good State road over which It Is easy to drlvo and haul as compared with the old roads. To haul n large load over a good road, even twenty miles. Is easier and quicker than to haul It over Ave .miles of the old time winter mud road. These good roads, therefore, will bring the distant farm nearer to the market and add greatly to the profits ot the products of tho farm. Vnder the supervision of competent Btato and county road engineers, county seats and the most populous sections of tho State will bo connected by Improved public highways, bringing tho church, school and market nearer the door of every family. Then will come a new'era of prosperity In Kentucky. With the markets thus of ready acs cess, the farmer can market his of all kinds to better advantage In every way do It In less time, with more ease, less cost and greater profit than ever heretofore. While good roads are more necessary and of more economic Importance than possibly any other civic Improvement to which the people of the State can turn their attention, there are other Important things to be done. Such wholesome tax reforms must be twenty-fivprod-uct- tho expenses of government. These expenses have to be met out of tho taxes paid on tho property of our Dutch Doy paint as the basa of "quality-first- " you and your busineaa. White Phoenix Painter Trade Lead MirU) Call us up. paint to woik tat Put some Wt sell all good painting requisites. "Nad-anJ-oi- aniens. Any legislation that would tend to cripple or render less valuable any of tho great Industries ot tho State, will necessarily transfer tho ourden to the farmer, merchant and homo owner. It Is time for every tax raver to d mand that his Itcprescntativn In the Legislature consider these facts. It Is tlmo for them to call a halt to tho C. C. fit J. E. STORMES, Druggist?,, Lancaster, Ky. Diaw A Check destruction, or threatened destruction. by hostile legislation, of property In terests In the State from which we derive our greatest revenues. In other words. Industries and en terprise! that pay tho largest tnxrs and make possible the great benefits to be derived from good roads, good schools, and Improvements In aglcrul tute, must not be destroyed or driven from the State. Rood roads bring the country folk and city folk into closer contact means a broader gauged, hand-i- hand attitude toward public matters, toward public good. May our legislators and every citizen ot the Commonwealth look forward to, plan and work togeth er for a greater Kontucky: to conserve every source of revenue for meeting the State's obligations, keeping It out or debt; lowering the burden of taxa lion: placing It where It belongs and not throw the burden of the land own er nor any other one class. May this new dawn of a greater Kentucky for ever put a stop to any movement that would tend to cripple or destroy any of our great Industries. Good Roads or no good roads, we can never move forward and take our place In the galaxy of great States around and about us tn progressive-neseducation, wealth and Industry, e have become constructive until rather than destructive In our legis lation. for the nuimty you ovc mid note how much more res- pectfully your crctlitors you. They like to do business witli a imiii who lins mi account nt the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. Tfley know lie Is doing business In a business lik way. open such an account even If your affairs are not large. will grow all right. better They The Garrard Bank & Trust Company s, Now For a Greater Kentucky, Better Roads, Better Schools and Lower Taxes TENNESSEE OFFICIAL WINS LONG FIGHT J. W. Seaton of Linden. Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial District of Tennessee, was for years a sufferer from stomach troubles In part a result of his conllnlng He tried doctor after doctor. work He tried medicines without end. One day he took a doso of Mayrs Wonderful Remedy. IIo wrote: "Your medicine is the best in tho world for any form of stomach trouble. I am glad to say that after taking tho run treatment i reel that l am wen. "I had very severe palnajn my atom ach all tho time. One bottle of your medicine did me ten times as much good as all the doctors' medicine that I took for two years. My family phy slcian told me that I would never be any better today I am well. I have gained twenty-livpounds." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per rnanent results for stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments. Eat us much an1 whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure ot gas In the stomach and around the heart. Get one bottle of your druggist now and try It on an absolute guarantee If not satis factory money will be returned. e FONSO. Averaging about two cents a mile in daily use, Ford cars are a necessity to every business man, doctor, salesman or farmer. And th'ey serve the family just as well. Every man is his own mechanic with a Ford. No d need of experts. And "Ford for Ford Owners" is a good thing to remember high-priceAfter-Service Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Conn motored to Stanford and Danville Sunday. Miss Mary Barr of Richmond Normal foriSyttirr was the cuest of homefolks Saturday The StanJtinl Skin Remedy and Sunday. ' Rev. Warren will hold services at Fairview Christian church Sunday For morning and evening as usual. All Mr. R. W. Palmer will leave this The Guaranteed Remedy week on a fishing trip on Kv river and to visit his sister in law 'Mrs. Anna R. K. McRoberts, Lancaster, Ky. Goode. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob White are glad to know that their little daughter, Florence, is much FATHER DIPS HIS D. D. D. Instant Relief MM CHIEF NAPOLEON, NO. Skin Troubles 5107. better. Mrs. llelle Henderson is in Richmond bedside of her little granddaughter, Margaret liown, who is very low with pneumonia. Mrs. J. C. Warmoth and children, Sister Pearlie and Master R. J., have returned homo after a pleasant visit of several days with her father Mr, J. A. Buyers will share in profits if we sell at retail 300,000 new Ford curs between August 1914 and August 1915. Runabout 110; Touring Car $190; Town Car JC90; Coupelet $750; Sedan $975, f. o. D. Detroit with all equipment. On display and Hale at at the THE MADISON INCORPOIUTKD GARAGE, Scott. 9m CURES Cholera. Gams. Limberneck. Ronn. Canker. :o,.aD;:.0.o0v Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry WiQCciamM,Dr(Ulowii,ICr.,Mra "On drop (i Reap. diktea LUa Um worn ud idieve) tit. duck iuuadi In I tb. nig. isa bairuuca sjr J. kodu iwmc, Birasiown, OLD UV prcvenbv. blay. rnceI lwv vc Jl 4.11.44 woucei rouiiry uaiscrs 2R? 4 drapm down lill of vcf wed." Um tti&at si ill Urugjlsli. When the death angel spread ltd shadowy wings over the Henderson home and took from It the beloved master, it spread a gloom over not only McCREARY . his own household but the entire comMiss Cora Ross has been visiting Mr, munity. He had been born and reared . m. turner. in the home from which he was taken Rev. J. W. lleacle was a visitor at and his death has left a place that can tiucKeye recently.. never bo filled. He was a splendid christian gentleman, a devoted member of Mr. and .Mrs. Forrest Stapp w the Presbyterian church ot Paint Lick. past week visitors in ISuckeye. Mr. Adolph Heazley was a visitor of He was 73 yaarg of age and leaves, a wife and four children to mourn his Mr. Cecil Walker the past week. loss; Mr. Sam Henderson of Lowell, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hill were callers place, Mrs. ur Air. anil Mrs. It. L. liurton, Sunday, Mr. Will Henderson of this Sam Jennings of Lancaster and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Calico visited John Weddle, of Red House, all of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ambrus Cat whom have the deepest sympathy of ICO. all their friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bradshaw and children visit Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill, Whooping Coush. ounuay. Tills roynl brcl Jnck will make' the season nt my phice nt f 10.00 to insure n living colt, 520.00 for Jennet colt or S 10.00 for Jnck colt. Chief Napoleon is by Hill Napoleon. 3rd, No. 3700, 1st .dnm Ky'a Best 2051. by John Morgan. Sr., 1951. 2nd tlam Joe Blackburn by Daisy, 1215. Hill Nupoleon 3rd. by Bauhinan Napoleon, 2nd, he by RHEUMATIC KNEE. Nnpoleon 179C. he, by old Nnpnlron, 1130. Hill Napoleon dnm Missour. Queen, by Senator Beck 2119, by Daniel Boono M5fl. I consider this A year ago my father said, As he raised his voice and shook his the best youtifi Jnck I ever owned. He'is 15 hands high, black with head: "Just let mo catch a daughter of mine white points. I will also stand another fine Jnck, "Trotting and tangoing down the line. "If you must dance, pray have some At for Horse Mule and for Mare Mule pride, He is 15J4 hands high, black with white points and n fine indi "And stick to the waltz, with its graceful glide; vidual. He was sired by John Morgan 2705 (T. O. Hill's champion Jack) "Or of quicker action you would got t dnm Nannie I). 2G53, by Old Beecher. the greatest breeding Jnck of his "Take the rythmic step of the minuet." time. Now I hold my siJes and howl with glee At the sudden change In tho Powers That He For father dips his rheumatic knee And shinea at mother's "Tango Tea." , Kentucky's finest Saddlo Stallion will $6.00 BEECHER MORGAN $9.00 Dorset) For A Torpid Lirer. "I have ,'uied Chamberlains Tabluta off and on for the past six years when ever my liver shows signs of being In a They have a! disordered condition. ways acted quickly and 'given me the desired relief." writes Mrs F. H. Tru bus, Springville, N. V. For sulo by all dealers. Song of the History. R. E. McRobcrts, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI Sunday, ROUND TRIP May 9th and RETURN FROM JUNCTION CITY $1. 5 O SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5.35 A. M. Ask Tickat Agent for Particular II. C. KINO, Paii'r and Ticket Agent 101 "About a year ago my three boys had air. ana airs, utto Simpson were with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mark whooping cough and I found Chamber liogle. buncjay. lain's Cough Remedy the oMy one that air. ami airs, ftatn liogle were would relievo their coughing and whoou ing spell. I continued this treatment amonir the cuests of Mr. and Mm .!(. sie llogie, Sunday. and was surprisedto find that It cured Mr and Mrs. L. L. Sanders and little the disease in a very short time," son were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. writes Mrs Archie Dulryple, Crooks Hanna Ray aecently. ville, Ohio. For sale by all dealers Mr. and Mrs. John Ross and little daughter were visitors on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Turiier. Rev. J. A. Canaray, of Lexington. The undersigned hereby give warn will All his regular appointment at Antoicli this Sunday morning and even- ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as ing. All are Invited. we will prosecute all offenders to ful and. law. lest extent of t Take a j Fishermen especially takeHunters notice. R. L. Elk in Ed & N B Price YV. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. James G. Conn, II. O. Arnold. Tonight East Main St., Uninjton, Ky. )tt1ll.act as a laxativejn.the niwimiiaj ft. E. MeRobsrls and tail and plenty of bone and substance, with lots of natural style. He has racked quarters in forty seconds and stepped just (Carlisle Mercury,) as fast in harness, both in trot and pace. Ho is bred in the purple, being by Now every town falls into line the great Dorsey Gold Dust. 1205L. . Ho is a full brother to Estelle, by Zicalda From Sandv to the Falls. Their commerce clubs and other dubs Gold Dust, 4100, he by Gold Dust 160, he by Vermont Morgan, he ;by Justin Write long newspaper scrawls. Morgan, he byold Comet Morgan. 1st dam Peavlno 85, by Young Daimond, he From hatn'ets filled with rubes and jays Uy Diamond Denmark, he by Washington Denmark. He has proven himself a To cities filled with soo- tchampion breeder and has shown some of of tho best colts in Central Kentucky They all can show the "only way" ranging In price from 1125.00 to $150.00 as weanlings. Ills books are filling fast To run the Dixie Route. Visitors are welcome at all times. ' I retain a lien on all colts until season money Is paid. Sick Headache. Mare transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits filsurance and must be paid at once. Hare taken to Mr A. L. Luckie, East Rochester, N, Y., was a victim of sick headache prvent accident, but not responsible should any occur. Phone caused by a badly and despondency, weakened and debilitated condition of her stomach, when she began taking Chamberlairi's Tablets. She says, "I found them pleasant to take, also mild and elfective. In a few weeks time I J.- - P, Iliand. C. Morgan, We will add other names for 25 cents was restored to my former good health" lm For sale by all dealers. Horses, Jack and Jennet for sale at all time. cash. r C Gold Dust, Jr. makl' the seneon at my stable, one milo East of McCrearv and bIx miles East of Lancaster at the very low price of $ 1 0. to Insure a Living Colt IC He is a rich chestnut in color, about hands high and weighs about 1,200 pounds, with fine mane POSTED 3G4-I- Walker Bradshaw, - McCREARY, - KENTUCKY i r OFFICE C9 The. Central Record, Thursday May 6, 1915 MM ! Or. J. S. GILBERT. CENTRAL RF.CORD'HUILDING. Office Phone Residence Phone KV. 41 NOW IS YOUR NOW IS YOUR Pt"tr)LH' LANCASTER, Ji. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician llUim TMtA. attufacilon floM.iil.wl, Chance WKSHsV UT"siiklBar 'nMsssssssKrrUisiiiifl Chance Hohakers Fine Cut Flowers. John M. Mc.Roberts. H. Clay Kauffman, Attorney-At-La- w Odlccson Danville Street over Post Olllce. Office I'lione 34. ONLY A FEW MORE WEEKS AND THIS BEAUTIFUL M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky Paint Lick, Pony, Cart and Harness Don't let this chance slip. This Beautiful Outfit is begging for an owner. Will you win it? DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. Phone 387-R- . BUCKEYE. KY. Prompt Service day and night. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ofllce Ovrr National Hank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER KY. It's any body s up to now. You can win it. It will be on display next Saturday, May 8th Come and See It. PICK MT. HEBRON M. K. Denny anil W.A. Wheeler Doclon Of Dotal Sargery. OSlo: Storm.. RaUdlm ai.t nml A And.t on'i rurnttoi iltor. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. YOUR FAVORITE FROM THIS HOGWALLOW. PUBLIC SALE Wm. Veterinary Op. D. Pryor, Ofllce at Kalney's Livery Stable. -- Kentucky Lancaster, Surgeon and Dentist. Mr. Wesley Thompson is on the sick (From the Hogwallow Kentuckisn.) lUL The artificial cherries on Miss Flutie Mrs. Johnson Speaks Is very low with Belchers hat have caused quite a stir 556 ACRES OF BLUE GRASS LAND pneumonia. section the Mlsv Iva Del Montgomery of Iluena among the jay birds of this past week. As executrix I will sell publicly. Vista spent Tuesday with her parents. Sidney Hocks has got a job working at Mr. Sam Duncan of Nicholasville was night purchased two lanterns, and has with his brother Mr. Chas Duncan Fri- which insures him of a bright future. MAY WEDNESDAY, 12, 1915, day. Raz Barlow, now passes Miss Fruzie Mrs. G. W. Thompson who has been on the premises the homestead of the suffering from rheumatism Is some Allsop's house with his head turned the late John J. Craig, deceased, known other way, thinking about some other better. LIST AND TRADE WITH THE' FOLLOW ' ING MERCHANTS WHERE VOTES WILL BE ISSUED FOR THE BEAUTIFUL PONY John M. Casey, D. V. Cincinnati College. M. Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Ofllce Veterinary at W. II. Burton's Sale Stable. HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in High-Class Monuments. Original Designs and Prompt Ser Con- vice. Guaranteed Quality. nections tit all Granite and Marble Oflico and Works on Quarries. Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays Telephone 104. Stanford, Kentucky. STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruit and Shade Troes Our first offering of the remarkable Mammouth Ptarl Potato Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. H.F.Hillenmiyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky, mi. 1915 girl. With the advent of the garden seed and onion sets, the postmaster has slowwater. horseMrs. A. S. Dean spent thelatterpart ed hit stove down to about half power. of the week with her daughter in JesThe Excelsor Fiddling Rand is learnsamine Co. ing another new piece. This shows Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Grow of Pleas-an- t progressive sss on the part of this Hill were with their son Mr. V. L. sterling organization. Saturday. Grow Hereafter, all who have their shoes Quite a number of young people from by Luke Mathews will have here spent Sunday afternoon at Camp to remove them from their feet while Nelson cemetery. the work is going on. Mrs. l'eachie Grow spent a part of One of tho wheels ,on the Tin Pedlast week with' her son Mr. N. T. Grow dler's wagon broke down while he was near Dryantsville. trying to soil Mrs Columbus Allsop a Mrs. P. W. Montgomery is spending dishpan last Monday for half price. the week with her daughter Mrs. Jas. Isaac Hellwangcr has issued orders Hamilton at Hamilton Vally. around his place that there Is to be no Mr. Elner Keith and wife of Lexing- noise of any kind for several days as ton were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A one of his geese Is on the nest. Smoke always travels in one direction 0. Montgomeoy a part ofllsst week. Mr. and Mrs. Auther 1'reston and but it is very easily changed in its baby were the guest of her aunt Mrs. course, as there is nothing substantial Sam Morford at Little Hickman Satur- or permanent about it. That is the rea son it is not in demand. day and Sunday. The hive) of bees owned by Tobe Mose Misses Christine and Delia Stone en ly are starting out with renewed onergy tertained about 30 of their young rest. However, Tobe a social after winter's friends Saturday night at himself has not yet decided yet just time. Every one report an enjoyable what he will do this summer. On last Monday as Mr. Newt Doolin The Hogwallow Improvement Assocame from Lancaster his horse ran ciation, which Is always foremost in away and threw him from the buggy everything, is making arrangements to breaking the femur and bruising him cut the weeds that are to grow at the badly. He Is resting very well at this side of the postofllca this summer. writing. Fit Smith, who came Into prominence In this section two summers ago by CkiBGcrliliis Lisieeat. in his possession a bushel pf This preparation Is intended especial- keeping found a nest of young rain ly for rheumatism, Isme back, sprains snakes, has crows in the Gander Creek bottoms and like ailments. It is a favorite with attenipt to predict the weather people who are well acquainted with Its and will again. splendid qualities. Mrs Charles Tanner from now Until It rains Wabash, Ind., ssys of it. "I have found Chamberlain's Liniment the best thing Many People la TIu Town for lain, back and sprains I have ever never really enjoyed a meal until we advised them to take a used. It works like a charm and relieves pain and soreness. It has been aSUL Dyspepsia used by others of my family as well as myself for upwards of twenty year." before and after each maaL Sold ofilr 25 and 50 cent bottles. For sale by all by us 25o a bos. R. E. MeRoberts dealers. Mr. Thomas Crank had a horse to die from falling over a bank into a hole of half-sole- d ' Tabltt as Waveland, embracing 556 acres, situated in Doyle County, Ky., on the Danville .and Hustonvilh turnpike, about one mile south of Danville, where are located the great schools for young ladies and young men, the Kentucky College for Women and Central University, and also a Preparatory School for boys, and two Modern High Schools. This farm is within 30 minutes drive of the passenger stations of the Q and C and Southern Kailways, at Danville, and of the. L & N Ky., at Shelby City. It is composed of the best quality of Bluegrass soil, has been owned by John J. Craig and his ancestry for more than 100 years, has never been tired or abused, is in a high state of cultivation, and contains virgin soil, hemp ard tobacco land. It is splendidly improved with a brick rscidence, having spacious halls. veranda furnace, and hot and cold water and bath. It has all necessary farm buildings, such as servants house, stables, cribs, carriage All and ice house, and cattle shed. stable and stock lots are enclosed with stone fencing, and many of the division fences are stone. A beautiful avenue leads to the residence, which is surrounded bv magnificent forest trees, and to which is attached a lovely garden, now planted, and In a high state of cultivation. At the same time I will sell a herd of splendid Polled Durham cattle, composed of calves, heifers, cows and steers, also somi work mules and horses, corn in the crib, carriages and farming Implements. Sale will begin at 1:30 p. m., and the d cash, farm will be sold for balance of purchase price In equal Installments In 1, 2, 3 and 4 years, with 6 per cent, thereon, payable with lien retained on the land. Possession will be given immediately, and all leases and crop contracts will Premises be assigned to purchaser. will be shown Interested parties. two-stor- y one-thir- AND CART NOW ON EXHIBITION. Ilobt M. Graves, A. B. Estndge, Gladys Conn. Allie Brummett, Nelson Conn, Elsie Brown, The following boys and girls have expressed a desire for the pony and cart and they or their friends have enIn tered their names as contestants. trading with the different merchants and business men, whose names appear below this, be sure and get a coupon and vote for your favorite. Pearl Crutchfle'd J. D. Manuel Jr. V. A. Lear, Jr. Isabelle Terrill, William Renner. Fannie Tinsley, James Dorwin Sealf , Ben Rankin, Mary Blanche Conn. Johnnie Vanhook, Baby Sister Caneer, Edwin Kirk, William Embry, Chas. Bastin, Lyle Prultt, Frances Grant, Virginia Pearl Walker, Aleene Thomas, Bessie Grant, Mamie V. Davis, Clarence Hall, Elizabeth Conn, Loudella Peace, J. 0. Bogie, Jr. John "Red" Smith, Willie C. Daniels, Leslie Sherrow, E. J. Oaks, Jr. Henry Shelby Fisji, Clinton Ruble. Ewell Ledford, Homer Moberly, Grace Fathergill. Hellena Perkins. Wilmoth Sutton, Ruth Lane, Carrie Sutton, Ida Sowder, Elisha Cheatham, Earl Ward Clark, Raymond Cox, Lucy V. Long, Margaret Doty, David Hamilton, (iftorge urown, Jane Brown, Elsie Clark. Harry Brown, Ethel Clara Dudderar, Marie Clark. Be sure and ask for coupons at the following places. The "Rex" Theater, Good Pictures and Good Music, E. C. Gaines, Nothing but Insurance. R. E. MeRoberts, Drugs and Faints. J. W. Smith, The House of Quality. Davidson and Doty, Groceries and Meats. Joseph Mercantile Co, Dry Goods and Ladles Ready-To-WeGarments. Denny and Wheeler, Dental Surgeons. Hkselden Bros, Everything in Hardware. Miss Minnie Brown, The Latest in Millinery. The Central Record, 1,000 votes with each Sub- ar scnpiion, new or oia. A BETTIE CRAIG, ExKatrix, Danville, Ky. Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday May 6 1915. Everything In LADiESWEAR. j 2 2 , Everything In J. E. DICKERSON. LADIES WEAR. Always Something New In Suits. 5 Assortments at all prices are a revelation in completeness and value giving. Do you favor one of the new Military Models or Gathered Back effect? In any case, you will find here just the style features, the colors and materials that you especially want. J 2 A Vast Array of Pretty New Spring Coats to Sell at Popular Prices.- We also have great values in New and Stylish Footwear. Light tops of the most popular colors. !psk JyjJJ Don't forget the wonderful values that J. E. Dickerson always gives. Bear in mind that, we are the store that give great values in Womens Garments for a moderate price. TheCentral Record INCORPORATED. aume the presidency of that institution, HON. A. 0. STANLEY which he vacated several months ago, upon deciding to enter lhn Governor's GREETED BY THOUSANDS OF ADMIRERS NEW FRANCHISE. WANTED LANCASTER ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY JUST FROM CITY. PROMINENT MEN I Issued Weekly. $1.00 A YEAR. race. i R.L ROBINSON. Editor. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. J. . (nitrrd it the l'oii timet In Uncs.ier. Kj. gcrond CUii JLtl JUttcr. Membe.r Kentucky Press Association and i and was variously estimated at from to 3000. The speaker was intro duced by Hon. John C. Noel, prominent banker and one of the Directors in the Tobacco Growers Association. He preRates For Political Announcements sented Mr Stanley as one of the most For Precinct and Citv Offiles ...$ 5.00 pot County Offices 10.00 constant and faithful friends the tobacco people and farmers have had in For State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 Kentucky. For Calls, per line 10 Mr. Stanley was enthusiasticaly All the candidates for Gubernatorial For Cards, per line For all publications in the interhave opened their cam- - ceived by the great andiance and was est of individuals or exprespaigns with a speech except one. 'often applauded during his speech. sion of individual vie,ws, per Friends of,all have done their best to One section of the address was a gplen- 10 see that each candidate had a repre- did defense of the work of the National line 05 sentative crowd at the opening. If the Administration rt Washington and of Obituaries, per line friends of A. O. Stanley succeed in President Wilson. In another section delivering the votes in the August Pri-- 1 h'3 opposition to the idea of the POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS mary as at the opening speech there is Democrats ilflopting the policy of State no doubt left as to who will receive the I WW prohibition was fully discussed, The Central Record is authorized to ' He stated his belief in the principle of announce the following candidates for nomination. As reported Stanley had thousands at his opening where the County Unit Law and pledged his best office, subject to the Democratic eflorts to maintain the law upon the other candidates had hundreds. primary, August 7th, 1915. It is said that the drift of the Cherry Statue if elected governor and to enFOR GOVERNOR. strength, since his withdrawal Is to the force the law both in form and spirit. Hon. A. O. Stanley. from the second di- He used ths follhwing language on that FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. strict With the republicans united in subject:- spite of any attempt of the Beckham-O'Rea- r "If I am nominated and elected GovC. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. campaign, the democrats of ernor, as I verily believe I shall be, I Chas. O. Fox, of Itoyle county. with this state are not going to tak the solemnly declare, to you FOR COMMONWEALTH'S chance of a humiliating defeat in Nov- all the emphasis of which I am capable, ATTORNEY. ember by adopting State-wid- e prohibi. that I will exert all the power and 'all E. V. Puryear, of Bovle county. tion. There may be some division the influence vested in me aCthe Chief R. W. .Keenon, of Mercer county. among democrats as to who should be Executive of the Commonwealth to J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county. nominated for governor, but it is be- maintain that law in all its integrity FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. coming to appear in this locality as if and all its force and if necessary, I W. 15. Mason. there is no controversy about the liquor will oppose by the free exercise of the ' Doty. W. A. question. Garrard county democrats. veto power, any effort fom any source FOR SHERIFF. whatever to amend or weaken it in as we observe it, are against state-wid- e G. T. Ballard, Jr. prohibition and for the county unit law. any respect, and I shall earnestly enWith practically a united party in this deavor to secure its rigorous enforceFOR REPRESENTATIVE. county upon that issue, many democrats ment In letter and in spirit in every II. Cluv Kauflman. who supported Iieckham for the Senate county and In every city of the of Kentucky." I am a candidate for County Court have declared for Stanley for Governor. He criticised the leaders of Anti Clerk to succeed J. W. Hamilton the present Clerk. European financial affairs will be in Saldon League, Senator Iieckham and I have accepted The Chief deputies a frightful condition at the close of the his opponent, Hon. Harry McCbesney appointment in the office in order to war. that much is clear, and the safety for taking Judge Ed. C. O'Rear, late acquaint mvself with the duties of of the finances of the United States republican candidate for Governor into Clerk and having fitted myself to take will be insured by the fact that it will the Democratic Gibralter district of the examination required by law, I be a creditor and not a debtor of Kentucky for the purpose dividing and disrupting the democratic party. sincerely ask and solicit your support. Europe. E. M. Walker. While our agricultural products continue to.move out to Europe and to ELECTION FOR Railroad Commissioner. Asia in great volume, and in a majority WARM of instances at high prices, the demand We are authorized to announce SCHOOL TRUSTEES IN ' JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown, by these continents will bo much greater and more pressing for those Nelson County, as a canditate for the STANFORD. Democratic nomination for Railroad 'products every month of the present Commissioner from the Second Dis- year. An election last Saturday to select The devastated lands of Europe and two trustees trict; the primary election to be held for the Stanford Graded the presence of Its former producers in School Saturday August 7th., 1915. created more interest and exthe trenches now as destroyers and citement in that city than a national William F. Klair, Fayette County, consumers make for vast shortages in uta.I.n lianall.. .In .. ll! ' Candidate for Reelection as Railroad the European crops for the present for tlle two nnt m. Commissioner, Second District of Kv. who were elligible at home but tele- Subject to the action of the Democratic This being the case, it Is easy to per- - . ,i,., . and party in the August Primary. state to get in the voters who were pot that will come to our farmers forevery expected to be at home on the day of Prof. Cherry's card, withdrawing thing that supports life in man or beast. from the race for the Democratic The United States is now the storage the election. The two factions known nomination for Governor, is a dignified house of the world's supplies, and in as the 'Outs' and the 'Inns have tried utterance and all who are acquainted exchange will receive the cash and their strength before. with Prof. Cherry's work at howling credit balances to cover payment for The last election the contest between Judge J. II. McKoberts and Dr. Georgo Green will do justice to the motives its exported commodities. Penny, which was recently decided by which induced him both to enter and the Court of Appeals to the effect Penfinally to abandon the race. The Interior Journal sees in Judge In his card of retirement, Prof, Cher- W. S. Hager, Eli H. Brown and Henry ny hud won by cne vote. The contest Saturday was not so close, the 'Outs' ry makes no suggestion as to the II. Hines who are assisting in the winning by a very decided majority. future political alignment uf his sup- management of Stanleys campaign for The tickets and votes as follows: porters and these will undoubtedly de- governor "three dead ones" Perhaps It Outs "'Vote cide for themselves as to their future would bo better for Stanley to dis-- I W. O. , Walker 322 course. charge these three friends am' get Jack L. Heazley 312 worker in the cause of A Shelton Saufley or some of those 'live temperance, Prof. Cherry has this to Vote wires' who managed his late race for Inns sky in regard to the Issue of State- school trustee in Stanford, M. Saufley 82 to take Shelton wide prohibition: Sam J. Embry 104 charge. There are thousands and thousand W. O. Walker is a former Garrard of temperance workers who believe as County boy and is as popular in his old and who are today resisting State I do, home county of Garrard as he seems to wide prohibition in the interest of temFREE SHOW TICKET. be in Lincoln. It will be noted that the perance and are regretting that efforts County boy got are being made to make it ail issue in Through the solicitation of the popular this campaign. Many believe that the Womans Club Mr. W. J, Romans of the about four votes to one over his opeffort Is not at this time fundamental Romans Opera House has offered a ponent. and that it will divide the temperance forces, bring on a reaction and do harm show ticket to anyone bringing a hundred dead flies to the Record office Watch June runaway on Monday rather than good One of the regents ot the State Nor- where they will receive an order for night und watch Elaine exploit on Satma) School at Howling Green ststtd the tickets, to boys and girls get busy urday night. There are some very that he will probably be asked to re- - fly swatting and fly trapping. ardent picture show fans tn Lancaster. Lancaster, Ky., May Eighth District Publishers League. 6, 1915. draw before the primary. Hundreds of democrats over the state were pleased with Dr. Cherry's platform. It was a document full of good democratic principles, well and forcibly stated. His was a program, if carried out, would make a progressive Ken- tucky. ON HAY FIRST AT FRANKFORT. The regents of the State Normal School meet at Howling Green June 1 Opens Campaign For Governor. next. The position of president has never been filled since Prof. Cherry's A. O. Stanley made the opening resignation, and it is believed that he speech of his campaign for governor will agree to go back if elected in June. . I. . ,a nlflt.M ......... 1 .. tin i The withdrawal of Dr. Cherry, leaves ' grounds of the old Capital in Frankfort five gentleman aspiring the honor. Ky., lost Saturday. The enthusiastic Others may and probably will with- - crowd that greeted him was very large - 2500 i ,'., T life-lon- g has just INDORSE TANLACi returned from the cities where she (By Wm. F. Miller, i Submits Proposition For Twenlr-Fou- r purchased a new line of summer goods, Moses R. Glenn, Stale Superintendent of; including some handsome Panama's Hour Service. Printing, Greallr Benefited. and the latest creations in summer HIGH SCHOOL VICTORIOUS. wear. Her snnouncement appears in meeting of the city this issue. At the regular It is seldom thai men of prominence, The Lancaster High School Ball council last Monday night, the entire cecially men who hold high public team won the second game Base seaof the board sitting, the Lancaster Electric office, willingly express their indebted- son by wining from tho Uamxliburir Light Company made a proposal to the REDUCED RATES FOR DERBY publicly to a proprietary medicine. nine by the majority score of 11 to 0, hour council regarding the twenty-fou- r However, when a medicine obtains of . will sell round-tnI his was the second The L. & game of the service that they wish to cnstall In this tti.it singular purity and efficiency that season and tickets tn Louisville on account of the werelxilh won. High School, city. This company has about two is shown by the uniform preparation Derby next Saturday, May 8th, ul.o on good team this yenr, moreears before its present franchise May 29th. These tickets are good for Tanlac, statements from our best citi- has a those of former ones, compared with and are putexpires and they propose to surrender considered thoroughly ting up classy three days, nnt including date of sale, zens are to be ball. this, provided the city will order an only, commensurate with the good that is The round:trip rate on these days Lancaster connected, with Andrew, franchise sold, as will be 3.00. other twenty-yea- r really being accomplished among our Harrodiburg pitcher, at will and batted the entire expense of refitting the plant Moses R. Glenn, Commonwealth. him all over the field. This was for this service will entail an amount State Superintendent of Public Printfirst, defeat this year. of possibly $10,000 or more. Mr. Alex ing, of Frankfort, Ky., a man who has Lackey and Tatem for Lancaster ALL HAVE SUPPORTERS. Walker who is one of the proprietors of been true to his friends and true to every connected with the hoisehide for two this company stated to the council that The Elizabethtuwn News says that rtrust ever reposed in him said recently! and three Lase hits. of ten. if his company succeeded in getting the with candidate J. W. Newman speakI am a conservative man and have Bourne, Lancaster star pitcher show- new franchise, they would put in the ing from a pulpit at Cadiz, candidate especially been skeptical regarding Ined up fine and was certainly given "gilt meter system entirely, the company to Henry Bosworth strongly endorsed 'by dorsements of medicines of rny charfurnish the meters, and make a rate of a prominent Lexington preacher, nd acter, although I have used much of edge" suport bv the Lancaster laddies, ten cents a kilowat, the poles are to be Harry McChesney being backed by them in an endeavor to rid myself of which goes to show that the High School bunch plays together well and should moved from the square to the first al- Rev. Palmer, it looks like the preach- a catarrhal affection of the head, ioso be commended for tho fine and clean ley and that an underground system ers are divided on the governor's race and throat. ball put up by them. could be run connecting to standards like the rest of the folks. "I watched the Introduction of TanErrors were due partly to the large around the Bquare. The arc lights will and the oldest minister in the lac in Kentucky with interest, and Yes. score by the squad from Harrodsburg. be eliminated entirely and the "nitro- Christian church in Kentucky is "tooth e decided. If others used the It is almost impossible for a ball to gel gen" system of lighting wll be used and toe nail" for Stanley. Shelby and said they were helped, that it out of possession when' "Lackey says exclusively. While every citizen of the Record. was worth my time to get it, altho'ugh Bourne, pitch to me boy" and with 1 had little faith in the preparation town would like to see a twenty-fou- r at Woods on first, Tatem covering second, hour service, yet quite a number are the tme to help me. Hcrron playing on short. Jenkins on CLEAN UP DAY. opposed to the city granting so long a was surprised, however. I began third, and "I the 3 fielders consist of th franchise as twenty years. Mr. WalMy whole system following The Mayor and City Council have to improve rnpidly. who are like "wild cats" on kers company proposes to put in the ordered Friday and Saturday, May till Is now right. The accumulations in "direct current" system, while we find and 15th as clean up days in Lancaster. my nose and throat have disappeared their feet and can handle the stick, Price, Wilmott, Eldridgo und Walker. quite a number that favor the "alterA town or city is as dirty or as at- and I feel physically able to throw oir nating" system. The only objection tractive and cleaif as its people make it. any other symptoms. I am a well man Lancaster and Harrodsburg are in different raised to the "alternating" was the It cannot rise above the level uf Its and I propose telling others of the good game classes tn Mhlete. Time nf 2 hours, umpire, Anderson for L, hazard, as the wires, under this system citizens. When traveling, you realize this medicine has done me. I feel that and Coleman for II, Under the that a dirty city is made up of dlrtv it is a duty tn do so." are charged to 2,300 volts. Mr. R. twenty-fou- r Elkin. was last hour service, Mr. Walker households, inefficient citizenry. If Tanlac, the celebrated new preparastated that the service would ba much you do not keep your city clean, you tion, is now sold in Lancaster by R. K. given the order for the Senior invlta- tions. better and would be no more expense confess to unclean individual homes. Mcltoberts, where it can now be hail. to the city than under the present sysAs a man livetli, bo in his home town. Mr. Juhnsor. Supt., of Harmlsburg tem. On motion the Mayor was asked If you believe in your town and have High School, accompanied the ball ulna to appoint a committee to draft a suit- testified to this belief by investing in ANTI-HOhere, lust Thursday, CHOLERA able franchise to be presented at the property or a business venture, increase Mr. Lucian M. Grant, member of the next council meeting, the first Monday your property values snd yodr income CLUB ORGANIZED. Senior class 'U was u welcome visitor night in June, and at the same time to by adding to the cleanliness and beauty at our school Monday morning. report as the advisability of granting of it. One of the rnot interesting as well such a franchise at this time. Quite a A mayor and council, cannot keep a as the most instructive meetings ever Lancaster High school this year has number of the prominent citizens of town clean. Neither can you depend held in the city, was that which was a good ball team ami should be supthe town oppose the granting another upon an efficient Board of Health or held at the Court House last Saturday ported by enlhlMiastic base ball fans. franchise fur any specified time and sanitary laws. It takes concerted ac- afternoon, which developed into the The Friday morning exercises given think the city should own its own elec- tion, community pride of all classes, in organization of the hog raisers of the on Friday mornings have been d tric light plant. town, to bring about county and to be known n the "Anti all sections of n so as to give the various rooms It is a well known fact that "Public municipal cleanliness. Whero fear uf Hog Cholera Club". Dr. Himmelber-ge- r more time for their entertainment to Utility" stock is considered the best the law tails to achieve results, a sinof the Lexington Experiment be given at the last of school and the safest stock that one can buy cere desire, to make the whole town Station was sent here at the solicitaMr. Hohun, Representing State Coland money can be borrowed on such clean, will do the work. tion' of some of the prominent hog lege, Lexington, was a visitor at eur stock, without having to sell or vote While you are at It, just remember raisers of thx county and gave a very city bonds. This plan seems practical that It isn't enough to be clean your-sel- s instructive lecture un this particular school Wednesday morning and delivered a very welcome address. Mr. Bohan to a great many, as it doesn't increase and in your own home. It is the disease that has proven so disastrous the taxes in the least, the plant alone cleanliness of your neighbors that counts and fatal, besides a great loss to the will be in Lancaster for several days. Quite a number of the High School standing for it" indebtedness. We are in the ultimate result. The flies that farmers of this and other counties. informed that the city" of Harrodsburg breed in your neighboi's open garbage Hog cholera is the most highly infec- boys were In Danville Friday for the owns its plant and are furnishing lights pail, in the dirty alley behind the tious and contageuus disease known to H'gh School track meet of Kentucky. to its citizens for six cents it kilowat, grocery, In the refuse pile of a livery tliis breeil and should bo handled and A large percent of the High School the city of Nicholusville owns its plant stable on the other Bide of town, will dealt with like any other contageous were represented. This was one big only sevon cents. earry germs of disease into your im- disease. and its service-costIt is known that it can be event for C. U. of Danville and will bo If it is pructical for Lancaster to own maculate home. Some one else's damp carried from farm to farm by running remembered by the Lancaster boys can start an water, by dogs and birds'and even on who attended It. its own plant, would it not at least bear cellar or seeping We own our Water epidemicwhlch the sanitation of your ths shoes of man. A great deal can "Athletics Speak well of uny school" investigation. System and the exjiense of running own home cannot overcome be done to control this disease by the If so the patrons of the school and alley farmers of the country, by the obser- people of the town should comu out and First cousin Co a both plants together would reduce the lot between you vance of scrupulous cleanliness Jr. tho encourage our "Winning Bull Team". coA matirially; one engineer could do Is that the work of two, one collector could and your neighbor. Under the weeds care of their hogs and by the adoption We. the L. II. S. Base Ball Team wish collect both for water and lights. We lurk tin cans with putrefying foodstuffs of simple sanitary measures and by to thank theUonors to our Ball Team, who so kindly gave us their support. hour service, hugging their tin sides and breeding good are for the twenty-fou- r management. and if practical, we favor the city more flies and mosquitoes, dirty rags To encourage this, the above organi- We also wish to thank the Solicitors, ownjng its own plant. that ought to be burned, half rotten zation was perfected last Saturday, Our school still holds Its high rank fruita und vegetables, perhaps even a with W. B. Denny, as President and among Kontucky schools. This school you ever 11. F. Robinson, Secretary. dead cat or dog or rut. Did Is In first class Division, there has think what sort of stuff this is for your RESOLUTION. Another meeting has been arranged recently been added to tho school, for children to trudge through, when they for County Court day in May and on the protection of tho students, about Breathes there a man with nose bright strike out across lots on their way to this occasion prominent speakers will fifteen extinguishers, together with fire red school? Clean it up! be on hand from the Experiment Sta- drill often. Our school Is throughly Who never to himself hath said: You tion. Every hog raiser in the county venllated and the floors and halls are YOUR STREET. CLEAN "This is my last. Right here I'll stop don't think much of a woman who should join this organization at once, oiled, with Sanitary Drinking Fountains And never drink another drop?" sweeps the dirt from the living-rooas there are to be no dues and the this makes our school building perfectly into the hall, and then out on the porch pledge that you sign is a, simple one safe from any kind of Destruction and 'and finally upon the walk or grass. Do and can be had of Mr. F. M. Tinder of Diseases, as stated above, this school STREET CLEANING. you think that a neatly clipped lawn this city. Is In first class division of Kentucky Those who think we have not a good and well kept gravel walks will comand is rapidly gaining ground every street cleaning department should just mand respect from those who pass your day. Ross and his assistant, home, If they see that the sweepings MOVE HOGS OUT OF TOWN. watch Mr Ebb at work. Municipal cleanlng.is liko house from lawn and walks have been flung hogs shall be kept No Our Advice Is: ? clnlng"you neverget through, and the out Into the gutter or street? Don't Rule When you fed out of sorts from constimore you do. the more you see to do." you judge a neighborhood by the con- within a half a mile of the corporatcd pation, let us say thajj They keep at It, morning, noon and dition of the gutters und streets In limits of any city or town, between the Don't you see 1st day of May and tho 1st. day of night and the papers, trash and dirt front of the houses? they haul out of town each day Is sur- them first and the front yards and trim November in uny year." do not relieve you, boo a physician, We hope all having hogs in town will berau.e no, other homo remedy will, prising. We doubt If any other town porches next? Bwd oidy by ui, 10 ccubk Help make read this law and abide bv It without Clean Up. Clean Up. of this size has as efficient and faithful v R. E. McRobtrU this a flyless town and sanitary town. futher notice. street cleaners. Mrs. Rolls Arnold Francis j SCHOOL NOTES. ns ' fin-al- modi-cin- ' 1 1 u-i- dlsccn-turne- s cess-po- refuse-strew- n weed-choke- d liog-far- 38-"- The Central Record, Thursday May 6 1915. Page 5 Interesting are the Values Being Offered 9 In Spring Merchandise at I ft I I I Bl t ALL SUITS , A iiii iiiii 11 I ft ft REDUCED CHOICE" W 3i- ab I A Shipment of Palm Beach Suits iust received Going fast at $7.50 See tis before buying your Dry Goods, Carpets, Shoes and Ladies Wearing Apparel. at Friends here at childhood home Messrs W. E. and S. W. Mos were regret to hear Miss Massic Denny is ill Kings Mountain, Wednesday. I at W John Deere Corn Planters By Test hr fG-;p- Awr) The Best and Most Accurute Planter Made, j L-- tniiBi nrrnp . of ihf t cm.r3 t Run PTAunADn men a nm ti ml Ih. I t MARRnWS as None Better-F- ew and Drag Harrows. iinxiiwiiw. J. R. Mount, Son Carlton Elkin were D'nvilp Kril"y' Good. Roller Bearing Rollers ,vi"itorsi" Mr. and Mr. It. I. Gregory were . Auto rickets mlb Every Ca$h Dollar Purchase, vi.itors in Lexicon Friday. Mr. Hubert Miller, of Lexington is Mr. and Mr &o.;"-"n " Mr?. Ruell Ilrown is at home from visit to Dr. anil Mrs, E. J. Brown of Miss Ursula Morgan of Clay A WELCOME VISITOR county Lancaster Bot tling Co r 8 ry-- - m , ,.L where It is known, is a box of our ., sparkling sinner ale, orange soda or J- - F- - Neighbors of Louisville Is other of our carbonated beverages. If for a visit to her parents, Mr. and you have not yet tried any or nil of them you don't know what fine treat Mrs. J. II. Bourne, you have been missing. Don't keep on Misses Bettie and I'olly Reynolds and missing It. -- Order a box and! Miss Eliza Todd were In Danville enjoying yourself, commence Thursday shopping, Mr. Karl Tatem, left Sunday for I'ineville where he has accepted a good position in that citv. Phone 202. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ramsey, of Nashville, Tcnn, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. lien Ham und family. The Presbyterian Missionary Society met Wednesday afternoon at the home .' of Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith. Mrs. J. W. Elmore and mother Mrs. jj y .,, van i m i To INSURE In a Leading Such American Company Springfield Fire and as CAPITAL 2,SOO,000,OU funeral ot Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. tVm Miller. li- - the Marine. THOMAS & ELKIIN, Agents. - I. if! iFnSrMrlRfnrSrBIBT PAINT YOUR CAR YOURSELF Thousands of No experience needed. car owners have successfully repainted cars with the AltSENAL SYSTEM. All colors. Enamel Your Own Lamps With Liquid E. Hughes and little daughter Margaret Elkin Hughes have returned to their homt in l.ouisvilie. Mrs. Kay Orrell and interesting little f!)1 sons of Fort Pierce, Florida are here visiting Mrs. Orrels mother. Mrs. W A. Price. Miss Helen Young has returned to her home In Maysville after a visit to s Mr. and Mis. Wm her ' urand-uarent- at St. Joseph's hospital at Lexington Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith were 4he having recently undergone Bn Thursday. visitors in Lexington last j operation for appendicitis. Dr. James II. Kitmaird was in LouisMr. and Mrs. Jake Miller of ville this week for a Medical Society. West Vu., are rejoicing over Is at home after the arrival of a fine girl at their home, Miss Ilessle Gulley n weeks visit to relatives in Lexington. on Wednesday. The little Miss is a of Mr. and Mrs. N. Mrs. S. G. Haselden and Miss Alberta Miller of this city. Anderson motored to Danville Monday. Miss Sue Shelby Mason enjoyed a Mrs. Wm. Smith of Lincoln countyis trip to Niagara Falls and HulTalo, N. visiting her daughter Mrs. Frank Y going nn Wednesday to view that Higgins. sublime and marvelous pleceof Nature's by Dr. John G. South and Mrs. South of (handiwork; she was accompanied of Frankfort motored to Lancaster her sistrr. Mrs. W. Fox Logan, cf Wilkes-ItarrI'a., nt whose home she Sunday. has been visiting. Miss Mason expects Messrs. Raymond Huzhes and Harry to return here next week and Mrs. Smith, were opu!ar visitors in Louis- Logan and little son, W Fox Logan Jr, ville, Sunday and Monday. will come with her for a visit to Mr. Misses LaVerne Nevius and Katharine and Mrs. W. II. Mason. Bourne were recent guests of Mrs. Readers of the Central Record will Mattie Nevius of Stanford. regret to hear of the continued illness The Methodist ladies held a sewing of Mr. Hogan Yancy at his home in circle on Wednesday afternoon at the Lexington. He is the youngest son of home of Mrs, Isaac Hamilton. the late Mrs. Sarah K. Yancy and . Mr. Sam Douglas and Mr. Garry, of spent his early childhood here. He has Danville, were here Sunday to see recently risen to prominence and also their friend, Mr. lien Wqcds, who is married one of Lexington's most at' tractive and wealthiest young women. ill. Mr Yancy and wife are now making a Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Howard and recuperative stay in Ashville N. C. children have returned from a delightLittle Miss Annie lielle Turner, the ful visit to relatives near Kentucky bright attractive little daughter of Mr. river. and Mrs. S. D. Turner, of Lexington, t Mr. Howard Rice of Richmond, I nil., was given a party to celebrate her 4th came Monday for a visit of n few davs, birthday, at the home of her grandmotoring from here to Louisville for mother, Mrs. lielle Austin in this city, on last Friday. Quite a number of her the Derby. little friends were present, and the Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Haselden, Mrs. little Miss proved an ideal hostess. II. F. Walter and daughter Miss Kath- Many presents were received and an leen Waller motored to Danville Mon- enjoyable nfternoon was spent. Dainty ' day night. refreshments were served the guests. Char-estoA' grand-daughtj ti.. 1,11 rsi..i. r I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. (Eilltrd llyTlieWomiin.Clutii Pot flowers of all kinds for sale at, We wish all the men in town had an Miss Mattie Estes. eye for the beautiful und orderly as has Single Comb While Legnorn Fggs. Mr. Joe Haselden. He has had removed the old ice bor (and eye sore) long 5. C. White Lechorn stock from occupying the corner ot the public 1'rizc Winners at all shows. Eggs square and Lexington Avenue. It will fnr,sale $1.00 per 15 or $5.00 per 100. he gladly missed as will also the sign- - 3.i8.2mo J. M. Mount, board. Hemp Seed. At the last club meeting Mrs. Robert I have a limited quantity of choice Elkin was made President, Mrs. Frank Marksbury, Vice President. Mrs. John cultivated hemp seed for sale also some W. Rush Nelson Stormes, Recording Secretary and seed corn. Lexington, Ky. Miss Joan Mount, Secretary and Treasurer. None of them arp unmindful of Notice. the honor paid them and' all will try faithfully to discharge the duties that ALL PERSONS are warned that may devolve upon them. picnics, hunting, bathing, either with or without suits, is not permitted on The Librarian, Mrs. KaulTman, a&ks my property. W. S. Weaver. that all those having books belonging to the library will please return them 1- -2 perct-Money- -5 -2 per ct. at once. She also asks that all those having kept books out over the allotcd Years time will please come prepared to pay Loans made on real estate. If you their fines. A ticket to this library can be secur- need cheaper money on long time, see ed by paying $1., thus enabling one to me about it. G. 11. Swinebroad, read 62 good books a vcar It costs $2. Lancaster, Ky. to belong to the Woman's Club and the Library. No one can take a book out SWEET CLOVER. of the library unless they arc a member ot the club or have paid $1. for a The great new fertilizer and land-build- .41 5 5 5 Mrs. J. Roe Young returned to Mays-- 1 ville Monday after a stay o! some length with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Anderson. Misses Margaret ar.d Nellie O'Hearn have returned from several weeks visit to their grandmother and sister In Maysville and Mays Lick. v One Dollar paid on subscription to Central Record gets 1000 votes in the pony contest. THINK OF IT. THIS IS EASY One Thousand votes on the Ponv Outfit given with every $1.00 paid on subscription to this paper. 3AIU ii3. IU in. Try OurMohair Top Dressins; ti! S fe Gun Metal. Lustre undimmed by heat, stays on. STORMES DRUG STORE, a Lancaster, Ky. THE QUEEN OF THE Kitchen will tell you that it is just as essential to have GOOD Coal as it is to have good things to cook with in a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of coal at a fair price. good pre-paring Some of the members of the MethoMrs. S. D. Turner and bright little dist church are screening the windows IE! daughter Annie lielle have returned to of Urn sanctuary and otherwise adding ICE CREAM SUPPER. their home in Lexington after a visit some improvements to the edifice. to Mrs. lielle Austin. Litttn Miss Loretta Eaten, the bright There will be nn supper Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox of Manse and beautiful daughter of Mr. and Mrs. given at the School house at Paint Shirley Estes of I'rearhersville, spent Lick, Friday night, .May are receiving many congratulations 7th. Proceeds since the arrival of an Interesting little part of last week with her aunt Miss for incidental expenses of the school. Mattie Estes. Admission twenty cents. 'daughter in their home. Mesdamea Robert Evnns and Krntt Mr. and Mm. George Ilrown and i FIFTH MILE STONE daughterMies Elsie Ilrown, Mrs. Dorcas Glore of Danville and Miss Marie Lluise Walker and daughters motored to the McMurtry of Louisville, motored to The Danville Messenger has had a Lancaster Tuesday and were guests of birthday, city of Lexington Saturday. having pissed the fifth rnilo Mrs. D. M. Lackey. stone along the rugged highway of Congressman J. Harvey Helm and I Mrs. A. II. Rice nf Richmond Inri. newspaper life. The paper may be Mr. John Sam Owsley of Stanford were here Sunday afternoon for tb has returned from a short visit toiher young in years, but when it comes to sister Mrs. Louis Lar.dram in Danville, its buiiness and editorial stair, they burial of Mr. Jop Thompson. and is again the guest of Mr. and Mrc are right up with Mars Henry Watter-- " Mr. Aughtv Robinson and Miss May II. Clay Futton in the suburbs. son in ability if not in experience and of the Cartersvillo section of the Ilrint years. It Is bound to maintain the marriage the Mr. Hen Wqod, the popular and county were united in height it has reached with such men courteous clerk in McRoberts Drue past week at the home of the bride. as McGoodwin, Hooker and Landram Store, has been confined to his room at the helm. Cn-eMr. and Mrs. Wm Simpson, son several daya on account of illness. His ,nd daughter Mrs. Irene Hoover are at home 'rom a delightful motoring trip host of friends are wishing him a speedy CONTEST PONY AND to Louisville, Frankfort and Lexington. recovery. Mrs. W. G. Anderson left Monday CART MUCH ADMIRED Mr, J. Ralph Scott and wife of lower Garrard have moved to Versailles Ky, for a visit of soveral weeks to her duughter Mrs. J, Roe Young In Mays- - The contest pony, cart and new harand have rented their farm to Prof. I. villa and from there she will go to ness was 011 exhibition fur the first D. Hackcr,,of the Uuena Vista ConLewis county to visit Mr, and Mrs. J. time yesterday afternoon. It is one of School. solidated the prettiest outfits of the kind ever S. Howinan. seen in Lancaster. It made the mouths Mr, and Mrs. L. Manuel and little Master Gayie Doty celebrated his 9th of all the contestants water and by sons J. D. and Alvina accompalned Misses Lillie. Mary and Nancy Manuel birthday on Saturday at the home of fortunate, indeed, is the boy or girl motored to Crab Orchard Sunday and his aunt Miss Lena Hright. An invit- who win it. Get to work, boys and spent the day with their parents Mr. ing cake decorated with nine candles girls, the one that work from now to graced the table ami added to the the close of the contest is the winner. and Mrs. A, J. Manuel. and daughter Miss Susie Thompson, Jones McKinzee and sons llurdett, Charlie and Robert McKinzee, and Willis McKinzee and wifo of Mt Vernon were hero Sunday afternoon for the burial of Mr. Jop Thompson. equal to alfalfa in hay and nnsture. Write for nrice list of seed The Civic Department of the Worn - anj ..Freo circular" telling how to ans Club has offered three prizes, the grow it. first one is open to school children only. JOHN A. SHEEHAN. A prize of $1.00 will be given for the R, D. 3, Falmouth, Ky. essay on "The Prettiest Street In best Town". Reasons must be given why it is the prettiest street, pointing out BID FOR COLORED SCHOOL. objects of beauty, such as pretty Bids will be received-MaSth to build houses, well kept lawns, (lowers trees n school for the colored people of Lan and vines. caster. A prize of $1.00 will be given for the The contractor is to do all work 'ac- prettiest back yard in town. This cording to plans and specifications on prize will be awarded by the Boy file in the County Superintendents ofScouts. A prize of $1.00 will also be fice. All material to be furnished by given for the neatest back yard in the Board. town, this prizi is also to be awarded The Board reserves the right to reject Iioy Scouts. A prize of $2.00 any by the and all bids. ' will be given to anyone who takes a Jennie Hlgrjna, Supt, vacant lot and beautifies it with grass and flowers. library tickot. The annual meeting of the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs will be held in Lexington May with head quarters at the Phoenix Hotel. The program is unusually attractive. Dr. Yirros, of Chicago, and Miss Doswell, of New York, are among the noted speakers. A Civic Luncheon will be given on Thursday. Governor McCreary and the Mayor of Lexington will be the speakers. Friday will be Education Day. Sessions will be held in Chapel FARM FOR SALE. of State University, Luncheon served in the Home Economic Department, the Woman's Alumnae and the Woman's Club of State University acting as hostess. An automobile ride has been planned, including Ashland, K1- mendort. Walnut Hall, Castlston, 3 Kingston and Sbakertown. Each club is urged to send full quota of delegates. A decision in favor of Hede Nozawa, a Japanese woman, who sued for breach of promise, is announced in u brief dis-- 1 patch from Tokio. It is the first case of the kind ever instituted in Japan, and marks an advance toward woman's rights which would have been consider-- 1 ed revolutionary a few years ago. ' farm containing 90 acres, three miles north of Lancaster on the Lexington pike, well improved with good stock barn and all necessary out buildings, with never failing springs and splendid young orchard in full bearing. The residence contains ten rooms, with bath and other modern conveniences. This has been mostly in grass for the' past II years and is now ready to grow hemp or tobacco. Sixty-fiv- e acres in bluegrass, .the balance in clover and meadow. The desirable location, fertility of the soil, makes this a most desirable home. For further particulars, apply to Alex West, Lancaster Ky. WHEN MOTORING TO DANVILLE Stop at The Japanese marriage custom for- SHOP-PERFEC- T ill Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g F. L., Thompson Jr. Go 1 We give Automobile Tickets on every $J.worth celebration. Mrs. Jack lllanapied left Tuesday for two or three months stay with her mother, Mrs. Illount, of Winfleld. Kan sas, She will alio 40m Air. lilanupieu parents at the Panama Exposition for a visit before her return home. Thg: Central Record 1000 Pony Coupons given with every subscription, New or Old. Dr, Lewis McMurtry of Louisville, and Mr. Will Price of Danville, motored over from Danville, Monday afternoon, and were given the glad hand by friends and relatives. No two men who ever left us have retained a firmer and stronger hold upon their friends, here than have these two. At the recent assrmblage of the Woman's Club delegates were appoint ed to represent the local organization at the State Federation tnat convenes at Lexington on the ISth of this month, Misses Nancy Walker and Edna having the honor bestowed on thum. Kav-ansu- merly was tor the contracting parties to set up house keeping. If the man wanted divorce he sent his wife away or left her. There were no expensive lecal formalities about it. Recently there was enacted a law under which The other day one of our country marriages were made invalid unless lasses brought some chickens to town registered. It was under this law that and sold them to a certain dealer. He Hede Nozawa sued and recovered told her to come back to the ribbon de- $10,000 from u man who declined to partment and select the width and register the fict of their, joint home-keepin- g. color the desired in exchange for the American women, hedged about by fowft. She put them down by the the law's protection of their rights, door, their feet tied with ipiarter-inc- h will hall the advance of their kimono-cja- d cord. Mar- sisters beyond the Pacific. "Will they lay tWreT" asked the riBL'e In Janan seems likvlv tf nallv tn merchant. "No, sir, certainly not, they are become marriage aa the term it under-- 1 stood In Europe or America. roosters," answered the demure one. and refresh yourself ut our Soda Parlor. NOTTluYiNtTKIND. SAoj - Perfect Incorporated Kentucky. Danville, - have told us the same atory distress niter eafcog, gases, heartburn. A Yes Many People Tablet krfora and after each meal vill relieve you. Sold only by u 23c, R. E. McRobsrts Page 6 COMBINED STALLION. The Central Record, Thursday May6 19 1 5. SQUIRREL $10.00 To PEAYINE 'What Is the Best Romotly For Constipation? This li ft question asked it many lime each day. Tho answer li Wc guaranten them to bo satisfactory to you. Bold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. Menebtrts Stop! we can, Look! Listen! Squirrel Peovine Is the best breil horse in Kentucky. His breed Peavine, Der.innrk, Stone Wnll, Wrick Dave, cross of Outline and Old Pat Denmark. He will moke the scnton of 1015 tit my barn one mile South of Buckeye on the Jluckcyc nnd'Lnncnster pike nt They nre shipping horses mid mules out of our country hy the thousands and is seems to me the best time In the world to rnlso all Insure a Living Colt. Squirrel Peavine is a solid Murk, 16 hand: high and has as much style ns Old Rex Peavine mid can do just as much if handled n little. He has never been handled as n show horse but has won n jlood many ties. I will also stand a three year old Perchcon horse nt $8.00 to in sure n living colt. Also at the same time and place will stand TIIUP.E GOOD JACKS at $3.00 for horses mule and $10. for mare mule. Lien retained on nil colts for season fee. Care taken to prevent Phone 333-G- . dents, but not responsible should any occur. acci Coc By Cock Robin Black and white ponv61 Inches tall; bone 1in , Jr. Old Black Joe, Young Napo and Silver Silk will make season 1915 at Ben Ham's barn, Hyattsvllle, Ky. the OLD BLACK JOE nev- perfectly broken to ride and drive, can rack and trot like a big horse, h T. O- - HILL,, Buckeye, Ky. block Jack, over 13 hands, extra henvy body nnd Inrjje Iic Ifirst mule that and has proven to be an excellent breeder. Any Jack that will he sired, sold for $90 00 cash, nt weanliiK time. sire n mule that sold for SD0.0O, last fall, deserves the patronage of the county. A four-vcar-o- ld er been defeated in fair ring, will make season of 1915 at our premises, the YOUNG d. NAPO High. Preston 6846. o..nf 1 PEAVINE FARM Home of Champion Sire Walker farm, two miles from Danville, on Stanford pike, at coming three that bids fair to moke n This is a splendid Jack. He is by Napoleon 3rd, the largest Jack that 1 have ever seen and out of n John Morgan Jennet. He will be permitted to serve a limited number of inures. i. .or 1915 will make the season of irtff Inn,. nkto white, fine tv!e and action. He at my fathers barn near Hackley. Kentucky, at HIGH PKESTON, GS46; ..sired. by Carroll I'reston, 43S3; be by Preston 922 . 1. r tat I r...ntl n.A.trtna-u" ' by Washington 61; by Cronwell VJ; Dy wasningion 1st dam Baby Pence 7019; by Enoch Arden; 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont Forrest 2SG3; 3rd dam Daughter of Garrard Chief 22G3; 4th dam Gray Kngle. HIGH PIIESTON C34G; 1st dam was Queen Eagle, 11920; she by Kins n . zoou, ne. i... ti i inns o. ' iio liw Ontimo- 71i. h liv Stnnewnll Jackson -uy ivumi J E.agie Cabbells 72. Royal King's 1st dam Mol.'ie Mountz. 2584. was by the noted sire Lexington. F. S. King Eagle's 1st uam mp joiv, sne uy ugB- - uiru by Old King Eagle 750, 2nd dam Ked Lion. 3rd dam Harris Denmark 43, 4th SI 2.50 To Insure a Living Colt. ALL PEAVINE 4092 by Peavine 95 Rex Peavine 1790 Luey Wells Best Bred and Best Breeding Sons ot Famous Sire'. &I0-1- , $10.00 TO INSURE COLT. SILVER SILK A HI inch pony, marked with white ami black. and large enough to be useful not the play thing size. He Is n grand son of Dock Grey und nut of an excellent pony mare They will each stand ot urai. ti.. JoiiSM Phones 623 and 5S3-0 $8.00. to Insure A Living Colt. 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. HIGH PRESTON C34C; 2nd dam Lady Bird, she by Eagle Bird 1014, 3rd dam Mollie Drennon she by Old Drennon, 4th dam Copper Bottom and runs back to old Davy Crockett SSM lliorougnoreu Also uam Dy Jim oeii. Danville, - - Kentucky. at the same time and place MORGAN. will w GARRARD PEAVINE E. B. HAH, 1IYATTSVILLE, " S. II. ALDRIDOE, LANCASTER, KY stand my line Jack, C. At 4665' Horse Colt I Auto Be King.... N sttble at Marksburv, 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 Mt. Sterling, Ky., showing thru Kentucky and Tennessee State Fair without defeat. three-year-ol- Will make the season of 1915 at my Ky., at $7.00 to Insure a Living $15. to Insure a Living Colt and $8.00 For Mare Colt. C. Morgan is a black Jack, with white points, 15J hands high, coming seven years old and has proven himself a good breeder. , ' C. Morgan by John Morgan, Jr., 3705, was sired by John Morgan, he by and is out ol an imported Jen net. John Morgan, Jr., out of Jennet by Joe Blackburn, he by 3rd Prince, he by 2nd Prince, he by Imp Prince, 1st dam Daisy by Dixie, she by Irvin Dixie by Kick apoo, 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. a a S3 Tituilla . Winner yearling Futurity Fair, 1913. Winner Blue Grass Fair, 1913. Blue Grass Klimax Blue .Blood Division Futurity, $15. dam O J. F. FOLEY, Hackley, Ky. 6827. (t) 1718 a es Winner Yearling Stakes Kentucky State Fair, 1913 and consistent winner in west this season. form 1914 of Winner in several hirst prizes and stakes for Mr. James Greene, Louisville, Ky. three-year-o- Garrard Peavi.ie, 6."i03. is a fine individual, good style and action. Sired Thit richly lirrd SaM!e Stallion will make the lemon of 1915 it my Haul by Rex Peavine XTJC, grand lire, Rex on the Iiuckeye pike, about '2 mile from Lancaster. Ky., at the low; price of McDonald 833. 1st dam Gordo Lady 6330, she by Cerro Gordo 1022, he by A LIVING Iilack Squirrel 68. DrnmMff Jr., by Duke of Garrard, he by the old PEDIGUKE-Du- ke of Duke of, Denmark. Kirat dam of thik'o of Garrard, the Houae mare, the aired by old lllack Squirrel. Kirtt dam of Duke of Denmark, Jr., Anne Hell by Wallace Denmark, and out of Lady Morgan, by old Stonewall Jackaun. will also at the same time and place The Duke U a beautiful rich red bay tallion, 10 yeara old and haa proven make the season of 1915 at See him be to be a sure foal producer and a fine breeder of combined hones. to Insure a Living Colt fore youjbreed. Lein retained on all colta for searon money. Care taken to prevent ac Try Vine by Rex Peavine 1790. 1st cidents but not responsiUu should any occur. Guilty 9950, 2nd dam lilue Streak Duke Of Denmark, Jr COLT. $8.00 TO INSURE TRY VINE 4863, by Glengary GOLDEN EMERALD King JIM. CM I Powell Peavine.. Champion colt 1914 Kentucky Fair, winning three first prizes, ing stakes. State includ- Curtis Peavine. by Peavine 85. These are Dothfombined horses and the best In the country, being of the same breeding as the famous show horses, Edna Mae, Hatel Dawn. Jack Straw, Etc. I will also at the same time and place stand my big Jack, CLARENCE BEAZLEY. BLEUCHER 46158. Itecord 2291. Trial 2:Uf. American Saddle Horse Breeders Association. Rich Sorrel Stallion, Foaled 1911 f II trrlion Chief (Bell King 4JSe 1J Lata Bold ( ( 1 Clark Chief 00 OolJeu Par.on'a Abdallah Dan. ot Yellow Jack.t 112 Indian Chief Belle Gov Wllkea Belle All Peavine is no longer an experiment, aa breeders 1914 proved his worth and auperiority, when he had this champion colt and three old stallions, Kentucky State Fair breed almost exactly like the peerless Edna Mae. If Peavine blood is what you want, you can get it intensified in All Peavine. FEE $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVE FOAL. 3 Indian Qileealittl, c CUud 5NT I .I I I I Grass at 10 cents per day. Grain at cost. Shipping points, aughtcr s w c Emerald Qneen Emerald Cblef2l'jl IKateO lUran lueen of Bath iMh King 2194.. I Bourbon Chief J7T7.. Daltr Burnt Harrlion Chief iwrt McKinney, Ky., and Stanford, Ky. My personal attention given mares. All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Will meet mares at Stanford that come from Lancaster. BeautrHM I I KlttjrGrar.. I Lid. Praiher HariUon Chief 1HW helle Kentucky Chief Dau. of Wll.on'i Denmark R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Ky. Gano Johnson, of Mt Ster-Mln- f, Golden Emerald was purchased by us from will make the spason at my place 1 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 mile from Bryantsville on the LexYork men for $10,000.00. Golden Emerald stands 16 hands high, is a rich sorrel, siripe in face, two ington pike, at the low price of ihind feet white to ankles, will weight 1200 pounds. Golden Emerald will make the season of 1915 at the home of W. S. Em-br- y, three mites South East of Lancaster, at GOLDEN EMERALD J. 6827 Chester Dare $10. To Insure a Living Colt. Dare is a solid bay, 16 hands high, nice long rangy neck with more style than any horse I ever owned. He is by Old Chester Dare. 1st dam by Granby, Record 2:194, he by Princeps. Also at the dame time and place will stand my G Morgan. Jr., was sired by John Morgan he by Marmaduke and out of an Import He has proven to be a ed Jennet. great mule Jack, is 15 hands high, This good bone and a fine individual. Jack was bred and raised by Thos. Hill of Iiuckeye. I haze a big type POLAND CHINA ROAR that I will stand for $1.00 cash or $1.50 when booked. Lien retained on all colts for service fee. Care takento prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Money due when colt U foaled or Jmare parted with or br-- l to other stock without permission. JOHN MORGAN, JR., 3705 at J10.00 to insuie a living colt. John Half llrother to I.ula WatU (2) 2:271. Trotter, llrown Stallion, about IK hands, foaled Standard Ileftiatered Vol 18. 1900. I)tk Nlsht to to ftllcDl Hrool Krcoid t:lH !; Hit o La Hlf.ol lull. Hurt s:us. Hb.xUjr . M..dow 3 :(;. Hrook Kmio. Hrook l.W,. Z.trlnc l:Ct. Ud; R.llbrook 1 a.rrti lltht stt'i. Iltllillll J Hilt, of II I K.no . SAltjon. I ait, tin dan. of U. i.nnr CUr drr.t brood ni.rr Slilkil 1IIS7 lll of Hr.nda Val, nait .';. la) J, cm. tf ( I I ( Ilrr.t llrnol Mart. iiarrr :ir (Viu1;. sir of I. dam. olio. Norooud 11.11. Hr Norwood An. Br M KlmotTJ. lO.flC. n u 3 w ci.ro ll.tn of ".lit IS) Ulrocb.r tr, t.U: out of a li.lt ililrr lu Kll.nl Ilrook tJ,. 5 B.rouWllkriirvi. i ll. York (Qut.n r.lb.l. croo IWI, nr mrainmnrt J:ui,. Dam of Uurupt 1 C!;. K.lltr P.ll. Ml J Ktli.r Milk ft) s.w'i. Xonrleo 111 1:V,( Huifip N. Ull.w:, xc. i Wllk.a iiim1 oo.iVn; J Hire of Carl Wllk..lt l!j ( J. our Cla'r flronklMH. lto.MI.CI. I nr llarr. t;iar w. KUrr,',. nd l.lllr CUr Ham l 8ll.nl Ilrook dam of PrtiH:JI!. 1:1.1,. Itnl.ll. CI. r l ts $15.00 To Insure a Living Colt. A lien retained on colt for service fee. Money due when mare is traded ofparted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any .occur. EMBRY KENTUCKY No. & YANTIS. ' Chester Lancaster, Ky. year old Jack, GENTLEMAN BLACK JIM, at ?8.00 for living horse mule and $10.00 for living mare mule. Black Jim is by Old Napoleon with good broad bone, good head and ear and has provjn a good breeder Lien will be retained on all colts until season is paid. Money due when is a handsome uhestnut with beautiful mane and tail; Is 15.3 hands and will mare is traded or bred elsewhere. Will try to prevent accidents, but not reweigh about 1.160 pounds; bm the very best of feet and legs; good Hat bone, sponsible should any occur. ing shoulders; Bhort, stout back and a horse of the most wonderful uroH.i endurance. He is an impressive horse, standing still and is more so in motion; right, never touches himself any where and ha exceptional set hinaelf horses nown apeed at the rack and trot. He was ony of the most nuccessful 53-- R. Ky. Itst year. He was sfcown at three f.airs and won the combined stallion class at u tell jilace. 5167 A. S. H. R, Silent Hrook 197(, 2:16J. s!re of Hilly Uurk 2:031. Meadow Ilrook 2:0G, Shawbay 2:07. Zarrine 2:071. Hetty Ilrook 2:091. Kmma Ilrook Lady Markabury, - Kentucky. Hellbrook 2:10, Ilutter Ilrook 2:101 Silent IlrlRade (2) 2:10J, Margaret HathRate (4)2:111, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:071, etc. Ilia dam, Jenry Clay, alao produced Iteddie Clay 2251, ami was Rrandam of I'rue Moko 24157, sire of Kereno (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Drenda Yorke (S) (Futurity winner) (6) 2 011, Native llelle (2) 2;07 (Futurity winner.) (3) (chtmpion filly, ) Manrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity Silver Silk (4) 2K)S. Susie N. (3) 2:031 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10, Mobe 2:101. Mochester 2:101, Momaster 2:11. Slliko )3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting .tallion.) Vito (4) Martha Tipton (I) 2:091. Q'Neil (3) 2:131. etc. llrother to Humps 2:031, Uaton D. 2:10. etc. Iileucher 4tilK), record 2.291. trial mile 2:14. naif In 10. last quarter in 32 seconds, Is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 tiounds. He greatly resembles his good sire Silent Ilrook nnd is out of Clayo, by the greut Futurity sire Moko. Foreign demand has exhausted the supply and wn may exHereford Bull pect better prices for our horses In tho future. Our advice to mare owners is to breed their miirea and to breed them to stallions of merit SEASON 1915. and proven worth as aires, lileilcher is just the" tyH to produce the colta that will supply the demand. His colta have proven fine, with nice head and neck and plenty of bono and conformation. Two miles from Lancaster on the This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1915 at tny stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, at Richmond pike. MARK GOINS. tai:,.ic. 2l. gags. 2.-0- win-ner- .) 2.-0- Registered Service $2.00 Cash. R. E. HENRY. ' $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. jut R. M. MOSS, Phone Bryantsville, Kentucky Gentleman has the qualities that are necessary to the production of a perfect hors- e- color, size, style, speed, action, and endurance, and ideal breeding. He is sired by Chester Peavine 3184, by Hex Peavine 179C. by Bex McDonald 833. Dam, Flora Carter 8419, by Ked Squirrel 63, by Black Squirrel 68, by Black Eagle 74, by KingWilliam 07. In ofTering 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 d) not believe there is a horse in the State that will beat him producing high daw colts (no matter how high the service fee.) Breeding to Kentucky Centleman is no longer an experiment. Btlng him a good mare and he will get you an extra good colt. Do not take your mares thirty or forty miles to breed whsn you have just as good a hoi si right at home and for less than half the money. Kentucky Gentleman will make the seawn at my home, one mile from Money due Stanford, on the Danville pike at $20.00 to Insure a living colt. when colt Is foaled.riCsre taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible hould any occur. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Emboued Dowadays. It reflects good taste and favorable Barlowe I will also atand this beautiful Shet land Stallion for the season of J1U15 at mristable in Lancaster, Ky., at $10.00 To Insure A Living Colt. Capital $50,000. A. It Surplus .430,000. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. I GILL, )ENNY. President ,at once creates a impression. I am prepared to take care of marei on grass at lOcU per day. LlenJ re J. H. T 2HBHX, E. STOUMES, tained on colts for service fee. Money due' when mare is traded or parted with. Care, taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Asi't Cashier. Siftty Deposit WE Boxes For Rent. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. the; Central Record. Phone 95. J. NEVIN CARTER, Stanford, Ky, J. E. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J, II. Posey, Stormos, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. W. B. BURTON, Lacatcr, Ky. '4 ThCentral Record, Thursday MARKSBURY May 6 1915. ALLOWED " WllmotRen2da 160 Withers Robt (col) 3J da " 2 62 Wllmot Wood 4 da " 3 00 Wells P. W. 4 da 3 00 Wells T. F, 3 da hlg 2 da ovsr C 60 Williams Lee 3) da work 2 62 " Warren Ed 4 da 3 00 "t Warmouth John 4 da 3 00 1 12 Warmouth Chas 1 da " " Warren Phil 2 da I 50 1 05 Walker K. C. hours work 1 05 Warren Wm hours work White T). W. 2 da hlg 3 00 Same 4 da work 3 00 " 75 White Wm 1 da Willson Huston 4 da wrk hlg 9 00 Wilmot Edwin 3 da work 2 25 Wren Wm 3J da work 2 91 Same ICG feet lumber 2H 14 00 Whittcd E. 800 feet lumber 10 50 Same 3 da hlg 2 teams 4 00 Same 4 da ovcrser Same 200 feet bridge lumber 3 50 3 00 Wilmot Cleve 4 da work Wnlkins Geo 3 da work 2 62 Walk-- r Willis 4 da work 3 00 1 05 West Charlie hours work White Jake 2 da hlg 3 00 1 60 Same 2 da work Wyr.n John 3 da wrk 1 da hlg 3 75 1 60 Yeager Ed 2 da work Young Arthur 2 da wrk & hlg 4 50 Yeakey Jess 2J da won; 187 Yeakey John 1 da " 75 Yeakey Robt 1 da " 75 4 da " 3 00 YaterJohn 3 00 Yatcr Charlie 4 da " Yater Henry 4 da " 3 00 c Page 7 Wren Tom 4 da work Wren Andy 4 da Wooten Charley .1, da " Claims Allowed bp Fiscal Conrt 2 C2 Children Cry for Fletcher's Mr. Itobt Trice of Poor Ridge pike visited Mr. Illadei Sunday. Mrs. Trumbo and Miss Weaver have returned from a visit to Wayne. Mr. Less Uradshaw was the guest at the home of Mark Rogie, Sunday. Mr. Hill Clark of Jessamine has been visiting Mil. John Pruitt and Mr. Itobt HEALTH I OF DISEASE CLAIMS Nortm ber 12 1914. Dradley ft Gilbert Co Acct binding assessors books $ 17 15 Same 43 60 Acct Dali W. D. Acct 43 60 Cox G. C. Acct 20 feet lumber 1 15 and nails Carter J. D. 46 5T. Acct CurreyTheo 21 15 Acct Gulley J. H. painting jail 37 60 Coins Wm carpenter work Poor ' House 24 00 Harry Dros (Newport Ky) Acct 63? 83 Hamilton J. I. Premiun on In surance 30 00 Hudson & Hughes Acct Road und 103 39 i Same Acct Gul Fund 73 72 POULTRY. BY FISCAL COURT. UarK. Ti'n l!."lfYoM 1Inv" Alwnyi lionttlit, nnd i Mncoil rvll,I n.i .....Infancy. CiAM&J linn All Counterfeits Imlliitliiim nml nrb "V,ml l,,,lK llll I.. .TiiNt.im-irooil" 0 Mgllntltro o jin,mi mm uurno motinderlini bceamm nrrn inauo Ills Mlilrfi per- but U n lmriiitr-Mil.xtltuto for Cnxtor Oil, Pnr. JroiH nml Soothing Syrups. It Is iiIciiHnnt.. Ifc n.iiUlii noil her OiiIuiii, .Mnrphlno lior otlicr Xnrcodo Mtliitiuiee. It age I lift jrtiitrniitco. It Ii!xlniyn AVorm.4 iiml nllny.i I e.orlslme,H. Tor inoro than tlilrly venr It lmi ti. iiso fop (ho relief of Coimtipiaioii, 1 Inln euey, luil Colli', all Twilling Trouble nnd IHnrr iiiu. U regulates llio Htoiiihrh finil llowclit, 1 '! iiml natiirnl Mccii. Xbo tlill.lrcii'M l'anatoa-TlKor c, io Cnnrlii What is CASTORIA 3Iotlicr'.i rrlcnu. GENUINE CASTORIA Bcara the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought SEED CORN In order to get good results, you should use one of the fol lowing Planters: H00SIER or KENTUCKY, JANESVILLE "R J. I. CASE. We have them with open wheels and check rowers at attractive prices. ENGAGE YOUR TWINE FROM US NOW 5ecler, PHONE 27. re allard OKGANIZHO iSS.1. 8c Scott, BRYANTSVILLE, Kv. Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTER. KY. Capital $50,000. H. F. HUDSON, V. Surplus $45,000. J. WALKER. Vice Prest. r. 0. l'.IGNEV, President. Asa't Cash'r. JOE J. Waijceii. V. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Jr.. I If not already one of our many hundred depositors, won't you drop in nnd get the passbook we have reserved for YOU?. service wo extend to our customers. You Try the will be gratified with the results. "Once a depositor, alwayi a depositor," Is coming tobe a slogan here. many-sided A Corditil Invitation. V raik4OT W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Olllce Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Director anil Irate.": 1 Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have, mad Ida name famoua !! over the IJnitad States and Canada. Composed of RooU. Herbs, Barks and Derrlet. For treatment of I luroan Diieaaes. Days' Treatment. Purslcy's Indian . Dakota Jaik's Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Crems Soap, Vtkt 10, 3 bars llerUJ ,41 ON $1.00 25a 25 SALE AT DAIot JfiCK SoithtlVii JU ImaiNAM or linuivS INDIAN HERBS Cirabwr C. C. 4 J. L Slonats nd R. E. McRoeerts. LICE AND MITES, Claims for work on County roads. These arc the most troublesome (Continued from last week) things that the poultryman has to deal Springs. Sebastian Wade 4 da wk 2 da hlg tC, 00 with. We arc bothered more with them Kaulfnan II. C. Atty defend Mrs. Herbert Ilrooks and Edna Mae when fowls 0 00 are confined than when Sebaition John 4 da wk 'i da hlg ing lunatic Ilrooks were recent visitors of Mrs. loose on range. 5 00 3 00 These little pest are Shearer Robert 2 da hlg Lewis S, II. Papering Poor House 'l 60 John Pruitt. 1 60 to be found almost the entire year Smith Joe 2 da work Ledford Speed Pauper Acct 21 00 Mrs. IIou Kankin was hostess at a round, hut are more plentiful 1 50 during Starnes Hub 2 da work Lancaster Lumber Mfg Co. 74 95 dinner to u number of friends onThurs the summer months. Therefore the Stone Arthur 2 da work 2J da hlg 3 75 RigneyW.O. Acct Pauper Office' 66 00 day of last week. chickens need more attention, at this Sanders Grant li da work 1 12 Simpson Zack putting up elec The union district S. S. will meet at time, and sorry to say it is the tlnfo 1 12 Tevis Cole 1J da work tion booths 3 00 the Fork church n the afternoon of when they get the least. That is the Thomyson It. L. 4 da overseer 4 00 Coldlrou J. W. magistrate 2 da the 3rd Sunday in May. Same 3 da ' 5 25 reason so many chickens die during the work sitting in court 6 00 " 75 Mr. lien Hughes and family and Mr, summer and Is attributed tolimbcrncck Teague Dave 1 da Same magistrate!'.! da coun1 50 and Mrs. J. I. Hamilton ent Sunday or cholera, when often the fact is that Thompson Morris 2 da " ty work c 00 " a 00 they have been bothered to death by Thomas Alvin 4 da with Mrs. Margaret Sutton and family Same magistrate da ExSame 2 da hlg 3 00 Mr. Joe Skinner went to Shakertown these pests. Man people if you ask amining court C 00 2 25 Sunday to visit his father Mr. Albert them will tell you that their fowls Todd Stsvcn 1 da hlg & work Ham John magistrate 2 da sit- 1 00 haven't any lice on them when really Todd J. A. 1 da overseer Skinner who sustained Injuries from a c 0O . ting in court they havent examined them and if they Todd George 11. 1 da 75 work fall. Ison Logan magistrate 2 da sit should, would find out that they have, Thompson Arthur 3 da " 2 25 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark, Mines Kel1 ting in court G 00 1 50 " and Stella Clark spent Sunday with Mr for there is hardly a grown fowl living Turner Wade 2 da Same magistrate I da coun'" does nof bear the guilt if close Turner Willie 2 da I 60 Robert Clark and family on Sucar that ty work 3 00 enough inspection is made to see. Teater Clell 2 da 75 " ireek pike. White John N. magistrate 2 da Do not let them get the start of you. Tudor Ilrutus 2 da 1 50 " The Sunday School ut this place is sitting in court 6 00 Claims Allowed By Fiscal Court. 1 60 " steadily improving, having enrolled 97 hut begin to fight them early in the Teater Kirby 1 da Same magistrate 2da coun7 31 (including horn? dept) Sunday spring and keep the fight up until late Thompson Frank 34 d hlg pupils Ocl.Slh, 1914. ty work c 00 that rail. There are two good ways in Teater Elbert 4 da work 3 00 mum ing. Claims Allowed By Fiscal Conrt Dec. 17, which they can be fought, one is by teater Henry 3 da work 3 00 The fine shower Sunday eve settled Keeker, Uallard & Co. Acct $ 16 30 Same 3J da hlg 5 25 the dust, revived vegetation generally. using liquid louse killer and the other 2 25 1914. Acct DatsonR.lI. is a owder. U. R. 4 da work Tudor 3 00 Dradlcy, and stimulated the courage of the 14 80 Gilbert Co Acct There are Several varieties of lice Tudor Join 4 da work City of Lancaster, Water Acct 3 00 Deazley farmer somewhat. 66 17 J. A. Premium on Ins and mites, but the one we have to con Tankersley Sam 4 da work to Jany 4 1915 71 OO 3 00' Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Cobb, Mr. and Dastin Tele Co., 37 70 Dirmingham Acct tend with the most, is the common Tankersley Charles 4 da work Metal Products Co 3 00 Dradley, Mrs. Mike Kennedy, Mr. Willio Swop Gilbert Co I Acct 18 30 . mite. These Turner James 4 da wrk & hlg Acct 9 00 Dluo 35 oo and Misa Flossie Mae Sutton of Dry, Grass D & Ice Co Acct 35 00 Farley West vetmin live on the body and among the Tarance Frank 4 a " puttingup election 3 00 antaville attended worship at this placa Central Record Acct 225 40 feathers of the fowl. They are found Tevis Forest 4 da " booths c 00 3 00 Conn Dros Coffin Sunday. 10 00 for pauper mostly about the vent, and under the Tankersley Henry 1 da Pointer J. W. puttingup elec 75 wrk Mr. lien Evans closed a half term at Same 146 15 Acct wings. They live oir of particles gath- Teater Harvey 1J tion booths 1 12 6 00 da wrk Kice Academy on account of a water Clark James, work on roads 80 00 ered from the feathers and out of the 1 50 Same 1 da hlg (Continued next week) famine at the school. Prof. Evans de skin. C. Acct for lumber Cox G. 13 60 Tussey P. L. 3 posts.4 da wrk, hlg 9 150 Clares it Is impossible for him to teach Same 78 37 Acct for lumber The condition of a lousy fowl is as school in a "dry territory. 1 60 Tyre Pat 2 da work Davidson & Doty 18 75 Acct follows; They begin to fall otr in llesh People Say To Us Tussey Jonah 2 da " & J da hlg 2 25 Furr W. H. Mr. W. I). Marksbury was recently and especially 14 90 Acct in egg yield, damaged !'I cannot cat this or that food, it docs 1 90 Tudor Ilrutus 2 da " kicked by a horse leaving a bruised and droopy Frisbie F. P Premium on Ins. 287 00 not agree, with me." Our auvico to plumage is anothei sign, laying Teague Dave 1 da " and painful ankle. He also received all of them is to take a Gaines Ed C. Premium on Ins. 75 00 of infertile eggs another'. I lousy fowl 1 50 Teague Spence 2 da work kick on the forehead which amounted loses vigor and Hamilton Mrs J 1 Prem on Ins 27 50 droops about as though Tinthecum Geo 1 fla " to nothing except the breaking of his 68 42 Hurt & Anderson Acct sick, it takes all their energy to fight Turner Alvij 2 1 50 spectacles. da " Hamilton J. W. Co Clk Acct 89 83 the lice and as thev fight them they Turner Colby before and alter each meal. 25c a box. 2 62 Haselden Dros 3i da " 118 30 Acct gradually grow weaker and weaker un R. E. MeRobtrts 2 C2 Turner Harry 3J da " ENDORSEDAT HOME Jones J. A. Coroner Acct 7 60 til the chance for disease Is much bet Tankersley Jas 4 da " 3 00 Jones & Tomlinson. Prem on Ins 100 00 Sudi Proof as This Should Convince Any ter, then in this weakened condition Tarance Frank 4 da " 3 00 Joseph Merc Co. Sexton In Hard Luck. 7 00 Acct they take some disease and die; or else One of the healthiest localities tn 1 50 Tarance Huss 2 da " KaufTman 11. C. Atty defending die from the gradual eating away of Lancaster Gtizen. Australia, It Is estimated Is Lltngow, & 3 da hlg 7 50 Turner S. M. 4 da .".0 00 me nee. lunatics New South Wales, and this has been Thomas Harry 4 da 3 00 Logan II, T. public endorsement of a local Pauper Acct The 5 00 confirmed by the action ot the local Little chicks are also infected with Tracy Robert 4 da ' 3 00 Lancaster Lum & Mfg Co, Acct 118 76 citizen in the best proof that can be lice but the most harmful to them is sexton, who has complained to tbo 1 50 produced. None better, none stronger the brown head louse, which fairly saps Tracy Thomas 2 da " Morgan u. A. pauper acct i it cemetery trustees that, owing to tho Todd C. li. 4 da " & hlg 9 00 Mount J R Son & Co. a'cet can bo had. When a man comes for the vigor out of them and if effected .31 65 few deaths, he la unable to make a . Tankersley Simon 4 da" & 1J hlg 5 25 McRoberts R. E. & Son, acct Ho applied for Increased salwhan very young they will soon die, 97 34 living ward and testifies to his Tankersley J. W. 3 da " Mason Sue Shelby, Court Sten. 40 60 ary, stating that since he took over addresses his friends ard neighthe lice live deep down at the base Tankersley W 113 da" & 4 da hlg 8 25 Morrow E. W. Attend town clock 25 00 the position he has only averaged S5 bors, you may lie sum he is thorough of the feathers and on the skin. per week, and could not live on that. Tankersley Fnt. 4 da " & 3 da " 7 50 Pointer J. W. Constable acct . ly convinced or he would not do so, 8 00 c ore 10 reacn mem with louse ow the request. 4 da" Tribute John 3 00 Telling one's experience when it is for aer we must get it well in. Same Putting up election booths 5 00 The trustees refused Take the 4 da" & 1J da hlg 5 25 Puryear Emmet, Com Atty al. public good is an net of kindness rowl by the legs hold up so that the Thomas Alve the 125 00 3 00 Ross David Jailer acct 337 40 that should be appreciated. The fol head is down, tLen let someone separate Tuggle Perry 2 da hlg Good Sanitary Job. Tuggle O. P. 4 da work 3 00 Robinson C. A. Sheriff acct lowing statement given by a resikentof the feathers and dust the powder well 148 00 Sherwood was boasting Turner Joe, cutting hedge & work 2 00 State Journal Printing Co, ucct Lancaster adda one more to the many uown to the skin. Then make a mix 6 25 that he was working In a blacksmith Underwood Dave 1 da work 30 43 shop. "What do you do thercf cases ot Homo indorsement which are mre ot three parts kerosine to one of Sanders V. L. Pauper acct Shoe " 1 da 75 Stigall Thomas pauper acct being published about Doan's Kidney "No!" he an15 00 horsesT" he was asked. acid and paint all roosts, Underwood Wm Underwood Marion 1 da " 75 Stormes J. E. Pills. Head II. dropping board?, 58 90 swered promptly, "I shoo files." Acct setting boxes. 1 50 W. C. Davis, tailor. Danville Pike, uroou coops, and put in all cracks Underwood llillie 2 da " Tomlinson R. II. atty defdg lun. 5 00 Same 2 da hauling 3 00 Walker L. L. Atty defdg lunatic 5 00 Lancaster, says: "My kidneys were and crevicej about the hen house. Uncle Eben. 1 50 Yeager disordered and I suffered t'rom aching Another destroyer o f lice is dust. Underwood Marion 2 da wrk Jas W. Acct for damage 6 00 "You can alius Judge by facial exUnderwood Wm 4 da hlg C 00 pains across the small of my back. The provide tor the towl9 plenty of good pressions," said Uncle Eben. "An Election Officers J 60 irregular kidney action obliged me to fresh dust to exercise in. You can Vanhuss A. H. 2 da work oyster dat's Jes' beln' opened mus" Vanwinkle James 4 da " 3 00 Anion John M. Judge of election 2 00 be mls'able, an' yet It looks like tt'a. rite at night. I have considerable bend dust some louse powder in with the 3 00 Arnold T M. Judge of election 2 00 laughla'." ing to do in my work nnd I became dust bath and it will do no harm. These VHnwinkle Frank 4 da " 1 50 Drowning R C Judge of election 2 00 easily tire,! and languid. Doan's Kid vermin lay their eggs in clusters on the Worford Jim 1 da hlg ' Uallard J. II. Clerk of election 2 00 ney Pills relieved tre." birds body and about the hen house and Wilson Hill I da work Could Put 'Em All In Texas. Bowling G A 3 udge of election 2 00 Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't they ate said to be hatching every hour Worford Jim 3 da " You could put England. Ireland, 1 50 Dourne Wesley Judge ot election . 2 00 Scotland and Wales In Texas and still simple ask for a kidney remedy get so you see it is very important to re Worrell Tom 2 da " Droaddus W. J. Sheriff 2 00 have enough room left for another Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr peat this treatment every few davs, West Luther 3 da " Cooley E. D. Judge & mileage 3 44 country like Ireland. Few people apDavis had. Props, The best way I have found to kill the Walker Prentis 3 da " 4 da " 3 41 preciate tho extent of this country. 3 00 Chandler EH " head louse in young chickens is' to Wyhe Geo llullalo. N, Y. 3 00 Creech E. G. Cletk 2 00 grease the head slightly with common Ward Prcstcn 4 da " 4 da " 3 00 Doty J. P. Judge 2 00 meat greae. rubbing it in well and bv Wylie Geo Hamilton Valley. Uruguay Planting Forests. 4 da " 2 00 3 00 Doty W. A. Sherilf looking closely you can see them die as Wylie Frank Uruguay, much of which was forWylie James 4 da " 3 00 Estridge Roy W. Clerk 2 00 Mr. Ebb Uenttev visited Mr. Charles it touches them. merly treeless, within a few years has Davis Sunday. Ford A. D. Judge 2 00 White-was- h helps to keep the lice Wylie George 1 da " planted morn than 17,00c1 000 forest 1 da " 75 Kinnaird J. G. Clerk 2 00 Mrs. J. I). Wilson is visiting friends down and use plenty of the above Wylie James trees Wylie S. W. 1 50 Lane, Spiller, 3 da hlg Sheriff & mileage 3 44 Leslie county. and relatives in mentioned liquid paint. Watch closely 4 da wrk Judge 2 00 3 00 McQucrry Rev. Peace will preach at Ltethel and fight them just as long as there is Wylie'John Williams Silas 1 da " 75 Marsee Noah Clerk 2 00 uue io ue tounu. School house Sunday May the 9th. White Pleas 2 da " I 50 Marteo Noah Jr. Sheriff & mileage 3 44 Things To Remember, Rev. lluird and son Silas were the 1 50 Mullins 11. G. Judge & mileage Withers Clydo 2 da " 3 44 guest of Mr. J. T. Wells last week. Watch for mites and lice, West Howard 2 da " 1 50 Miles A. C. 3 44 Sheriir & mileage Mr. and Mrs. James Adams visited There is more loss from Wheeler Sim 3 da overseer 3 00 Moss W. D. Clerk 2 00 Mr. und Mrs. James Henley Sunday. man irom not feeding enough. Wheeler Jou 2 da hlg 3 00 Norman W. L. Judge 2 00 Mr. Ebb Cooley bought three hogs 3 12 3 (JO Posey J. II. Judge & mileage Regularity in feeding is as important Wheeler Sim 2 da hlg from Mr. Joe Wray paying $0 a piece. with poultry as with any 1 50 Ruble J. D. Elec Court Aug Pri. 10 00 Wheeler Joe 2 da wrk other stock. should be "nipped In the Wheeler Talton 2 da " ' 10 00 I 50 Robinson OA" Mr and Mrs. Ike Sailor are rejoicing bud", fcr il allowed to run iv greui many tittle chicks die every Wiggins Wm 2 da 1 60 Robinson D. F. Judge & mileage work 3 44 over the arrival of a fine baby boy at year from improper feeding. unchecked, serious results their home. Walton J. D. 4, da " 3 CO Simpson Zack Sheriff & mileage 3 12 may follow. Numerous Fattening feeds, such as corn, when Wells D. W. 4 3 00 Sutton Davis Judge da 2 00 The Holiness people had a baptizing fed alone cases of consumption, pneucauses bowel trouble. Wells Thomas 4 da hlg 6 00 Tankersley John Sheriff & near Dripping Springs Sunday u large monia, and "er fatal disMake the hens scratch tor a living. crowd wus pteseut. Same 4 du overseer 4 00 mileage 3 44 eases, can I. ced back lo work 2 26 Vaughn W. R. Clerk M. lbillt'M Klniiftril vl,ltiil hpr me iruer amount o: leeu is live pecks White Marcus 3 da a cold. At the first siRn of a to u hen. 1 60 " Walker Miley 2 du Walker L. L. Election Court W. II. KInnard and family jof Kral" n brother Mr. cold, protect yourself by or r latwoods I uesiiay. 1 60 " Dampness is death to poultry. Warren Jou (col) 2 da August Primary thoroughly cleansing your 1 50 (col) 2da " Warren Htazley Mr. and Mrs. Wm Underwood are Walker Woods Do not let ducks run with chickens, system with a few doses ot 1 60 Walker A. K. Sheriff " ,, .. Walker Steve 2 da XT...rejoicirg over the arrival of a fine irnicti your iuirus anu loose your Wheeler Morris 4 da " baby boy at their home. 3 CO Wynn W. C. Judge & mileage IIV(IU THEDFORD'S 3 00 Walker J. Wade, Sheriff Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Underwood was Never Id the chickens drink impure Wearren Porter 4 da " 3 00 Wearren J. 1'. Clerk Wren Charley 4 da the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm Under- water. 1 60 Wheeler Sim, Judge wood Saturday and Sunday. BLACK-DRAUG- HT The greatest eneiliy to disease is Williams John 2 da " Wilson J. Hill 4 da 6 00 Wherritt Tom. Judge Mr. and Mrs. George Adams visited cleanliness. 3 00 her parents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas The busy hen is the one that lays tho Williams ISill 4 da Clains Allowed By Fiscal Court 9, a oo Wearren Cornelius 4 du " most eggs. Singleton Saturday and Sunday. " Geo 4 da 3 00 Wearren 1914. The profit in the egg production 75 Wearren Cornelius i du hlg depends upon the cost and feeding of 12 1 60 Coldiron J. W. magistrate Worthington Wn 2 da work the old reliable, .vegetable the food givei the fowls. a oo $ 3d 00 da sitting in court Walker Woods C d hlg 2 team liver powder. Green bone contains carbon, nitrogen Woods J. U. 2 da work 1 60 Same magistrate 4 da counMr. Ctus. A. Ragland, o and lime which is all required by poultry ty work 12 00 Same 4 da hlg 6 00 Madison Helehts' Va.. uvi: The successful poultry raiser will Wells Marion 4 da work 3 00 Ham John magistrate 12 da "I have been mini' Thed. provide plenty of good clover for his Walker Woods 4 da work 30 00 sitting in eourt 3 00 lord's for Hock, as It Is rich In nitrogen and lime Walton Jell 4 da work Same magistrate 2 da coun3 00 stomach troubles, indigesOf BOURBON POULTRY CUBE 4 da work work ty 0 00 3 00 r The best on the farm Warren Jim tion, and colds, and find It to down a chick's throat curei is the hen. Wllliford N. L. (1912c C da hlg 9 00 Ison Logan magistrate 12 da A. few drop be the very best medicine I to the' 5 rfuklnE water cures anil sitting In court 36 00 Keep a Look account with your flock Whitaker Dill 1 da work 1 da hlg 2 25 I ever usea, 11 manes in oto prevent, cholera, diarrhoea 1 05 of chickens. Same magistrate 2 da counWest Curley hours work anil other chick ill tea.o. One man feet like a young one." tuc bottle mattea It ot ty work 2 25 6 00 If you have poultry or egg for sale Wallace Jim 3 da work Insist on Thedford't, the medicine At all drugnt.li. 2 25 White John N. magistrate 12 bamnle and booklet on "Uli ami Wallace John 3 da work vrul abnnlil let th tiiitilt. Unm tt orlzinal and genuine. '" V eawiot fowls" sent yitEli I Wallace Sam 3 da work 2 25 da sitting In court 00 36 there Is no better way than through Bt.rilttMirC.but4lI; 1 60 Same magistt ate 4 da counWallace Tom 2 da work Sold by J. R. MoBBl, SOB & Co. S 25 ty work Williams Sam 3 da wk 2 da big magazine. 12 00 1 Dnve Knnkin sold to Dradley Cun ningham nine 100 pound shoal for $7. per cwt. Mrs. Grow of upper Garrard spent several days last week with Mrs. Jess Sanders. Mrs. Kelley Hogg will leave Sunday for a two weeks-sta- y at French Lick Thl department U conilncted by ttu.iell I'. Brown. II tuur bird, are sick, write him: ho The following la a complete list of the will tell you throiuh thin department where claims allowed by the Fiscal Court of jnurtronlile lle. If eon want a r.onl Garrard County at the regular October 'end a atatnped envelope, Term. 1914 up to and including the April term. 1915, viz. ' .m .mt "i d 41 M , ' h - !B 1 JO' - .j 1 1 ''fm- - ' "I ' 1 IJ 4 fellow-citizen- -- , crude-carbol- 4 Colds .'4 -I i Ulack-Duug- ht money-make- H-- Page 8 . The Central Record, Thursday May 6, 191. HEPORT OF IKE CONDITIOH ''rf ... i si si- He Was a Very WE HAKE MOVED I" I Mean Man Br OSCAR COX ' I knew n iiipii who urn io mean tliut he married a woman lie belle! cd to be waiting for till lcst friend to murry licr. Italpti .Vcnlnnd nnd Herbert Tucker worn the friends. Italpti wng ttic self-ls- li man. Herbert wis so generous that After Half A Century By JOHN TURN LEE ional Bank Or iNo,usiuev LANCASTER. KV AT TIIK 1, 191 DEZIC DC Que morning when John .Morton of Chicago awoke nml looked out through bis front window Uv noticed some men digging lu n Ynnint lot opposite. He was seized with trepidation lest some objectionable building wan to Ik erect' .v . I .. .. r i. .i i.l i... Close of Business May KKSUURCKH. 0. To the Lapsley Building, on main Street, just east uf our old location, and are READY FOB BUSINESS. Welsh & Wiseman COMPANY Danville, Kentucky Whot's to become of the drinker? The railroads don't want him. From the humblest job to the mighest there is no place for him. He is not wanted for anv Important position either civil or ..w.... .1 military) he cannot be elected to any .1... IW. tlDJ I3..I...1... high office within the gift of the people; had more tact than the other. She coniHiueiitly heir Merton and the banks do not want him; the whole - didn't let ou she was a bit displeased, the said property. enough to the north half of the galer doeg not wanf him; the former sbo oxAT "ald ,Dnt Ulere Don't miss the wonderful No resjKinM. to the advertisement ln U)tl1 1,16 me" to make 01,8 rr"; uu has no use for him. Who wsnU the whatever came from the Uswtry side, opportunity for educational WB" ' Eood man' an drinker? and no division could bo made of the , . . ; and pleasure travel afforded by the . uuill ill liittui 1'ui nuu iuii uv sm im... a. hc...ic111.,. w.e .nsane asylum. , to euer or Nt.wIna; ,he said lot and bnlldlng until the heir In tbU the Inebriate asylum, the almshouse )t to frlnj. As to the men. she told family were found. John Sprtierr. Panama-Pacifi- c of comlrfg Into what was a formav receive him in due course of time, j them she hoped they would both be San Francisco but" ha Would aim tn fll hfmalf fnp hn- - frlnn.t tnr np.ir atut nrur Thli. tune, at once made It his btMlnerw to at the was she had kuowu of Panama -- California Exposition such a future as these institutions rep-- 1 er after to Newland despitehow Tuck- - ?0Dt "P thev heirs. He tn miiL'ln InnillrM the way stuck resent? What s to become of the San Diego generations of the former was taking the'latter'a girl the first and sound drinker? It ia a question to which the (tawtrya, and leiirneil that a son of Tickets are on sale every day at youth of today may well give gome away from blm, and prulnbly she Bam lie 7awtry hud settled In Detroit wanted to show that a woman might serious thought. Very Low Excursion Fares via Spencer went to Iietrnlt where he have an equanimity of that kind In her learned that the widow of Samuel as well as a man. One day Newland rwelvrd an nnony-- 1 Gawtry of the second generation was ANY BODY CAN GET A HONE tj" Premier Carrier of the South mous note Informing him that Tucker tiring In straitened circumstances. was courting a thlrll girl and keeping; Not wishing to excite false holies In For full Information, ice Ticket Agent. Southern Any Ged Man Can 'Gci Fma One To It a secret from bis friend. Newland this person, he made lnUlrlen In a Railway or write B. H. Todd, District PassenI showed the note to Tucker, who de-- roundabout way and learned tbat the ger Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville, Kr. rtgln.il Gawtry had had several chiltiled the Impeachment Newland only Ten Years To Pay For It. lnitf believed him. Ouly liersons of dren, bnt the only Ilrtng grandchild Innocence believe lu the lunocence was Marian Gawtry, daughter of the I have four first class farms, con-- ! Having SO bushels of nice taining about 1400 For acres of Garrard or otners, unu .eniana nasn i exactly widow he had fnnnd. rrtunii'd to red top sugar cane seed. Phone 312 J. County's best soil, which 1 will cut in-- 1 an luuocent man. as may appear from Chicago thns far. SenoT Unci to the reported hU and till story. to parcels to suit purchasers, in amounts J. N. Ross. FARMER'S COLUMN Its pincers to trust company and uv I rn uuuimi 1mm ti r .1 n i a , . Bn .. ..w... .arm. Infonulng him that Tucker was nbout satlify themselves tbat be (Spen-eSALEr-AboMay 10th., some FOR 310 actes, fertile soil, on good pike, (0 ie married. Newland did not show and Marian Gawtry were the heirs to fine baby ckicks. Thsroughbred S. C. two miles from a thriving village and thN letter to Tucker. Ho kept It to Hie property In rjueitlon a and. this space below ibis beading U (or me ezdu-Iv- Rhode Island Reds. Russell I. Brown. 1 miles from one of the beat graded ' hlmelf. but concluded 'to watch his stone, to give each heir n balf. for me o( oar farmer euUcrlberf. and Oue morning Miss Marian flaw try, schools in the State, conducted by four, friend. It hapeued that Tucker had tne tale ot stock, gialu aud aucb ibiogs 011 Mr. J. I. Hamilton has n'uht bushels experienced teachers. children conveved 11 Plat"l-- friend on whom ho called vhau about to go to her school duties, farm a lb farmer eauuot afford to advvr ' tlie. No nolle" will w arrepied omr lour of N'o. 1 hemp seed for sale. to and from school at the expense 0f occasionally, and one evening Newland took a letter from the (wstmun Informing her that the only In wn ol (lie Trust company of lluet. and will the District; intelligent, cultured and Imlotved him to her hinise, kcqbd, fr of charge Chicago was ready to convey to her "I hospitable peoplfor neighbors, in two "If wonder," said Newland to htmiclf. ene-luof a certain lot and building In after all I've done for him he miles of High Bridge, where boating, thinks he's going- to fool me. I'll get that city bequeathed to her by her 1000 locust posts for sale. COY and other methods of entertainment grandfather, Samuel Gawtry. She reveu with klm." J as. G. Conn. are at hand. Five room residence, two Tucker told Newland one day that ferred the matter to her mother, who tenant houses, 3. acre tobacco barn, 150- ho was going out of town for u week. aid she had never beard of her father This Is to warn the public that my owning such projierty. He had left d Mrs. Joe Turner is numbered with acres in grass. Farm is near the pro- .V few hours after lh parting place is posted and that I do not allow tne 8jcl. was called to the telephone. un4 Chlcugo forty years liefore, a poor posed million dollar darn to be con- uner utaiogue ccrrci man. Miss Gawtry put tho matter any hunting, fishing, or trespassing on Mrs. Henry Arnold and children were- - structedon Kentucky river, which will!""' ro"ow"? I down as a mistake ami, proceeding to J. 1'-- Illand. same. furnish electriclightfor the entlpj coun-- j between him aud female voice: the guest of Mrs. Porter Wearen. cbool, thought no more about It "Mr New land S" try. It can be divided irto three One evening she received a call from Mr. Louie Middleton and bride are Newland." 1 he Duster Brown LOST White hound bitch, with colfarm near Camp! -- Are you aware that your friend. roung man named Spencer. He was with his sister Mrs. Martha Turner. inlar bearing my name. Reward for uicK iiooinaon. iiu acres, live good) Mr. Tucker. Is about to lie married about to mention the fact tbat htm was from this place attended the barns, all new, splendid Several formation. an heiress when It occurred to Mm that residence. I thl evening?" G, II. Colson, Sunday School Convention at Buckeye thirtv foot concrete silo. "No. Is be)" since there was a building 011 tbo pro(- Orchard, Ky., Route 2. Sunday. Crab "Yes. at n quarter t" at 274 Mnl- - 'erty there might tie ditllculty In dlvjdt lots of hemn. corn, and mlmcm Mrs. Tevis Preston and daughters of Kobinson Brothers farm contains 300 ro ,B , , , wou,u,,K' . Hock eggs00 FOR mui.mii. v w u I. lHi . uv., ..uh.iv IVll UUH i Danville were tho guest of Mrs. Mary Bltm, , VHV ......t. l. t . II, ... U .1 . .. u.vvn I IVUHCvU I II Edd Grow. Mrs, per getting. click, und Newland I honorable fellow nnd scorned to win There was B. Preston last week. barns, seven room residence. Most nf Bourne, Ky. eonld get nothing more. It was balf her knowing that she was an heiress. Phone Mrs. Nannie Moberly has been at the this is sand stone land and any farmer pint 8. No tlmo to lose. He was In "Sllss Gawtry," bo said, "I bavecome Duroc bedside of her daughter Mrs. Johnson in Garrard county knows this kind of evening dres. ready for a wedding, to Detroit to Inform you that you are FOR Jersey boars extra good ones, weighing Speaks who is very low with pneumonia. land is the land that grows the highest falling cab, tu ten minutes he wae Joint owner with mo of n lot and buildgll'linlf a mil100 nounas or over, at $12.60 each, if Sunday School ut Scotts Fork is pro- price tobacco, as well as corn and at 274 Mulford street nnd entered .1 ing in Chicago worth In gold at once. II. H Bronaugh gressing nicely good attendance and all hemp. The evidences are on the farm room where a brldn und two brides- lion dollars." lady, remembering the Tbo young maids were evidently awaiting the Crab Orchard, Kv. seem to be greatly interested in the to bear cut this statement. This farm groom. The bride was veiled, and the former Information she bad received on is located on the Kemper Lane near lesson. brldeMinaklg turned nway. this subject, coolly remarked) Barred I'lvmoth Ilock Egea for gale Lexington pike. Mrs. Beatrice Johnson and "That's n mistake. My mother ay little "For heaven's sake, don't marry HerThe Beazley farm, 011a and one half at SO cents per setting of 15, bert Tucker,'" be said to the bride. "II her father owned no such property In daughter, have returned tu their home miles Anderson, Mrs. J. E. from Lancaster, on Lexington Chicago." after several days stay with her mother pike, 290 acres, good brick residence, will make your life miserable." Point I.eavell, Ky. I'houe 324-"Will you marry mo If what I tell There was a hurried dialogue. Th Mrs. Mary Sanders. tobacco uarn, stock barn, in reach of brtdo said slio bad promised to marry you Is true?" 210 bales of good timothy For Sale; C. S. Sanders and family of Lancas the Lancaster Graded Bchool. The soil and must marry, whereupon Newlamt "It you can convince mo that I am John W. Miller, Manager, )uy. ter. Mrs. Mary A. Sanders. A. T. and Is gplendid, well watered and the farm declared that rather thau have her worth tbo sum you namo I'll marry Lancaster Ky. Thompson Sanders visited Mr. and .Mrs. fronts one and one quarter miles on sacrifice herself he would marry her. you!" wag Spencer eventually proved his case Croniey Uroaddus Sunday. the Lexington pike, In easy reach of X parson waiting In- tlio next room Bine ml led In, the bridesmaids turned, each and held her to her promise. head sheep. 38 lambs. FOR SALE:-2Mr. Elmer East Is improving slowly town and the entire front can be used with Price eight dollars per head including after such a painful accident last as uuiiuing sites, which I propose to let down a veil, and tbo couplo wer they had been mutually pleased prop-art- y of tbo married. When Ibey were pronounced each other and a division Mrs. Ithoda E. Wylie. lambs. Tuesday evening, His team ran away cut in any size to suit purchaser. was bard to effect Miss Gawtry man and wife the three women raised Uryantgville, Ky. Phone 37:G I will exchange any of this property their Tells. and threw him from the wagon and was by no means loath to keep It AH of which goes to show that our for Garrard county property at the The brldo was old and bomely. One good fresh cowi and broke bis ankle. FOK SALE:-2same price I will sell for cash. If you bridesmaid was Mum Perkins, the otfc. fatej are often determlnad by small H. C. Arnold, calves. matters. wish to exchange, come with yours ar Mbet Splngler. Hyattsvllle, Ky. priced as you would sell for cash. You can get tms lunu just ag cneap by exgood driving mares FOR SALEi-Tw- o change as by purchase If you desire to well broks and gentle; one six and one change your location. W. S. Embry. three year old.Now these are four as good farms as COO bales of FOK SALUAbout there are In the county. If you have Tbs Sure Timothy by, !o three yearling bulls. been a failure in life, stay at home. Growing Kind CUUtm For Iniut. Aihby Arnold. If you are the kind who never dreads gee you. These any failures, I want to In Um Fwr Buy thero from your local aaad dealer. Planter, good as U wM act at 1 kxMiv ktjlit FOK 8ALE:-Corr live farms and want to see live II ka caa t aupvl iw. wrlta us direct. new. 2 cultivators, harrowg and farm. LOUIgVlU UID CO men. Call on or write, Ing linplemvntg of si I kinds. Bargains In.lassfMsjaa Xtvfwmm. Ky. Slfaaturi ' R. E. MoReberta J. I. Hamilton, Lancaster Ky, T. A. Elkln, 11 Visit FUTURE OF THE DRINKER. itornia Exposition ',0 1 that the lot hart been sold mid the , ? .. . . lowlier wag aUmt to erect on It n soap 1... '"'7.1 . ". (factory. ...... ... . n qui-ii11 ,... m.n , w iru, ... they knew Just bow he did It. At any rate, he seemed to draw them as honey anil secured an option on the lot nt a substantia) profit to the bitter. Then draws (Ilea. nclghliors. hi be rlslted several Tucker bceatne cngnged to Laura proposing thnt.tlicyofshould club to IVrklns and Introduced friend gether and protect tho locnlltjr by biiy Newland to her. Within a fortnight tng tho lot. Only 0110 person, n ninii ho had deserted Tucker for Newland. named Gawtry, was willing or per Tucker was philosophic about It He haps able to make such un Investment, aid that If the girl preferred his and bo and Morton became the owner. friend to htm bis friend was welcome Illy agreement they put the property In t her and she to him. After the dam- - 11... I.....V. n m. . utitinli ti. I in .go had bcn don? Newland sheered l,lT(cd , of ' off nud kf Miss Pcrk n. ont In the geuvrati of the on, BraIlchlMr.-Nn. trln.1 . In Uinta It 11, .villi two owners. M10 Merlons were to " aM ". , The oul aiicKer vroiia nave uom- - h (.aw,rr. ,mf ,, Ing to do with her. What mudo her I tn- uHi half mad was that Tucker seemed to I Tw,,ut lutcr. lot!l ji,.r,01l ,,d more friendly than before with the , 1nrt llf tUl. (lplu, ,,,, man who had deprived him of her. It dt , wucI, ,,, l)t Uy lmvlll(. lM was a direct reflection on her, lndl - 'wnJe tlio for ,,,,,. ,,, ,ot for luener ipii sniieiui lor , ""B naving ueeu saveu irom iicr. UK)II hx,mue Arer ownne lucser maile up W n tbo teruis of the lene nt Its oxplra. noiuer gin. ueien t.piiiKier. lie iiimM, belong to the ,no llulUs ,Tas to auceu .cwiauii 10 mis one, 100, leiung 0f .U(, ot- mm tnat ir ue coma win nc--r nway Meanwhile the ileseend.uits of the from him he whs welcome to do so. I j0tni owners had become scattered, tho Tucker didn't want any girl for n wlfu tTUHt com,mnv',, illrwton mid oillcers who didn't love him better than the hnil CUl,hSi ml there was 110 whole world. He asked his friend to itooiitlnnt of eliher Mertmi or t to n similar test try who kllpW a,011t ,UL, ll)t, flir wm, u his second love to tho first Newland accommodated but joo li.nl been ild by the two pur-hiand captured the girl. Tucker was so pleased at having ,,ny nII mVertlseinent nplearel been saved from a girl who could not -- mniiebliiiren ..f (ho late John have been In loro with Mm so he con- llcrlon and Samuel (lawtry. It elicit sidered It that be blew Newland off d no resiwiiae nnd wn minted from to champagne dinner. Newland wn rime to tliue for a year, when It met surprised that his friend took all tlili tbo eyes of a joung lutnk clerk namiM supplanting with such equanimity, but Bpencer lu n western city. His fa j could not detect the slightest wounding ther and mother were dead, but he nf bis amour propre. "It's all right." knew that hN mother's maiden name raid Tucker, "nnly matter of taste. as Mcrton. He wrote to tin- - adver-B0? .aar 1 n,aJ' nmI V" I User nnd received printed statement on ,r,?n 10Te ,mtl ",fa Ln,W setting forth the facts In the case of "? n . . ucr u li II J t.uuj lilt . nil? 1 tl I' lot Sencvr. con predate these services you are do-- tho vinced that the John Mcrton tunned allK ... hi. .n.n.irllioi- - lnmlli.jli.1 llin . ,, Newland dropped the last girl as he , .. . . ,h,. l - "Z ; V- - .v.:. "r.i ..,., .. ,;, Loan, ami iIimmuiiu IIA.US 17 Overdrafts, aecnreil I.. tTueeureil I U. H liuoil.ileHilllril to secure rir- cnlalloii ralnel l.miui Htibscrlt'tlmt to sioek ot federal Ke aerve flank fl.Ho 0" l.e. ainnunl nnpala 1X0 (X) Hatiklng-hoiueaut Iiirnl ture ami n in res . . . . 7.0OOISJ Due from federal Heserre Hank boa from Arproreil fteserve Asents lu New Vork, Chicago anil St. Lonls IS.TJ SI Due from approved re.erve agents tn other re.erva cities Due from lianksauil taiikers lottierihaii Inclntleil In stir S nmsltle checks anil otber cash s CO Items. Kraetloual currency, nickels ml cents I au i .totes ol other National Hanks ktwrt'L Mnxtv Hestavs Is lusa, Tutsi coin and certificate Legal lender holes .. KMemrilou tuiitt ollh It. N. Trees- nrer (not more than S tier cetu nf . circulation) ...Msioiiu Totsl. IMU 47 &o,lVt ltr 00 t0M 7.oro 00 g.vuo ue BUCK VARNON ... ... iucr, ... 1 Capital slock paid III i.uiiii.iTir.fl. lis HIB . Snrplnsfund Un.lltlilf.l prnrllf.. Reserved for Tasee 7.MS ,,,, Ms ,,,,., yri ,, t ,.r., tru-tc- 'p ' lm current eipenses. lu I ;t and laes paid Clrcnlatlns Notes Soionn bi.is.ioou line to Lanks and Lanssrs g ie In Sor S) loiher than Included Individual deposits sutdecl . ,l'.sll TI torheek rarllrtrsles of deposit dnotn less I i.nom than si dars Certified Checks... l IKI.rt St .ilt.l. cl in so of mote dare notice l..7 w M l Illack Jack with white points, 8 years old, 1S hands high, fine breeder and great Individual. A Jack of fine bone wt II and action. Will stand at $10.00 to Insure a living colt. Will also at same time and place Ul : l.lwwi stand a PEA VINE HOUSE at 110.00 to " a7sSi Insure a living colt tJHM JO This stock will stand at W. P. Deih-on'- s farm on the Crab Orchard pike S ,ya w Tn miles Mares JI.s.-a- j from Lancaster, Ky. grazed at $2. per month. Care taken l.'O.nflOO to prevent accidents, but not rcsponsl t.ouii ble should any occur. , ll,w ( . l.ft W. P. Deshon. Ii BUYJJjrQrDAY TtlTAI. l7JJ' tils M l i,,. law-pu- 0c ils; ol Jlsv S C. Dennv. Nolsre Pnhlla toiamt.lon Kiptres Jaunarv n. leis CoaasrTAtle.t: I J 1 Watais. ' Plrectors. II. r. llt'Moi. I c A. Aasoiu. Mr es I. W. V Champ. Cashier ot the aliove named bank. d snlemnljr swear that the above slate ment Is trna to the tieslnfmy- knawledee aud W belief. Charan. Cashier SiitMcrltied aud sworn to liefore me this ton, Smr or Ksstickv. Corsrv ort7asan, 'igggsw aV vw 'jwrmrrr rj ' ea. v A I REPORT OF THE CONDITION 11 ..i.-n- Merton-Gawtr- ." .i. .. NATIONAL Of LAM'AHTKIl. g I BANK . For Father and Son Written So You Can UndtnUnd It We R MAGAZINE MECHANICS AND ALL THE FAMILY sell 400.001 copies every month without glrrna prerouims and have no aoWlton. ART newsdealer velll above you a copy; or write the puhathcr lor free aampla a postal will do. (No. I lli.'I.) Two and a half million readers find It of absorbing interest. Everything In it Is AT TiieClose of Basiness, May KKSOl'llCKH. Loaus auittlUcvuuts ii:i.7vs Overdrafts, secured I tT. 1 1915 91.5Q i: A YEAH - , ' 1 Southern Railway 1 I d Sale;-Abo- ... Doetrcru federal Iteserve Due from approved rerve agents in ..w vora luioaau and si Louis .Ujotaa bne frou approved reserve sgeuls m otaer reserve rules mnii n Hue Irora babksand bankers (other . . than luclude.1 lu sor si Out. 14a checks aud other rash I luiu ... fractional eurrvacj. nickels ll M and cents Notes of other National Hanss Lawfi'L Munrr Ktsaavs Is Hask. Total coin aud eerttaeates.. lcaMeuder uolea t Kedemptlon Kund with U. H. more than Stou rlr- 2J-enlailonl Total 1.LVU1LITIKS .. IJ.4W 00 11.110 0U Baukjua: home Kiemtsi ..lAuutu lurnltureand oitnres liank . Iss aintMint UntuUil I usecutvd . I S. IUm4a deposited to secure v.au w tiiai value i other thau U. . bwods tuot Inclodluf stoekslowned uu- Dledued Is QUO J ulrlptlo to slik vuof federal leeerse nana ll.rw ntuu k Popular Mechanics Macazln Ne. MleMnan Aea., CHICAGO f M.(M CO 15c A COPY islets) Imkf i.434 so Gsart Oars. :.ia so Hlchmond, 1st. Monday. Taria, lt-- Mooday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. XA TI Ilarrodsbure. IL Monday.' Lexington, 2nd. Motnlay. Stanford. 'nsLMunday. SbelbyviUe. nl. Monday. Carlialf . 2nd. Monday. u 01 10 OS ZiltllOU V.US10U 1 v a r li7.iw I lll.Taa I M.OM .OUO 7 1 e 1 Capital slock pasl lu eutrtiitisiuua I'udlvided profits, Reserved for Takes 0O 00 ln I I lf - II siTsT enrreut eapeu.es. In I1.U7 It teres! aud taaee paid Circulating Notes. ui.uu tw !.ess amount ou sand ana lu Treasury for redemption ISI s IS.2U0 01) or In Iran tin to hank and hankers 107 1 (other then Included In Jor s inoiviuuai oeposits suujeei lOCheck. tSKl 147.0IS M WW CerllUed Cheeks .. . IW7.IIS at Total WW J Danville. 3rd. Monde;-- . Lawreocebunr, 3rd. Moodav. NicnoUaville, 3rd Monday. ML Sterling;. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTF.lt. 4th. Monday.. Winchester, 4th. MondfV. Montlcello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th) Monday. L. & N. Trak Schedule A Laacuter, tj. AURIVK. New-lan- ! 11 I SALEi-I'lvmout- h ... "'"r 1 11 50-- No 10: a. m. To Maysville, connectinj; at KlchmOnJ I. H. C IllNST. Caakler of Ihe iUii witb I, & N to Frankfort A Loulivllle; named hank, do solemulv swear that the abora slalement Is Irua to the fcesl of mjr kuowkedge at Winchester vith C & O to Laxing. H, C pkssv. aud belief. too 4 Frankfort, Mount Sterling A tjasniee. Huhserlaed aud swnrw to tefore me this Itb Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. W. r. Champ. ol Nay dar i.uis.7 No 71; 8:35 a. m. My Commission eai-lre- a Jau Hi. I'il. amic To Itowland & Stanfonl conneetlnr Coaascv Attest; at Itowland, 1 & N to all points South J. K. Stoat ss, I A lav It. HasNY.l Mreetors. TV. 31. &LI40TT. 7 No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connectine with I. A N to Irvine & Iieattvvllle. Ijiilnftnn & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxvllle. No 70; 11:60 a. in. To Itichmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati, No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Ilardstown Junction to AT OUR llanlstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford rnnn.olln.. wilt, train to Bristol & Atlanta. Htatsor gssTCcv,CoosivorasaasD,set 50 ll. eSTOP GARAGE When Good '.. in Danville - 3 Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. line of Tires. Everything In Automobile Complete Are You i Woman? t Accessories. Buy Gold Medah SEEDS ProaiaUte MITCHELL & Servft, UMMU Tata Tonlfht n CASTORIA ud Om 30 Yn iJfl lllll U Ml Porrliii SHACKELFORD. - Second Street. Phonj (24, Danville, Ky, NISALE pNRTS