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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 13, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915051301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 13, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. HE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIQJOti, VNlARNISHED'iDEMOGRACTr AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWNTT SIXTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 13. 1915. .Get In tli pony contest. Brp. Beagle has recently bought a Ask for couponi In the Pony Contest. new Ford tourlrisr'car. This aJds one more to Hit of tourists. All premises will be Impeded by the city board of health next week. Subscribe for the Record and Ret 1,000 v0t?s on the pony and cart,-Fo- r all Magazines lee "Miss Dolly' Country Gentleman now tl.00 a 'year. FOIl SALEVAutomoblle In good con dltlon. Will sell at a bargain. No use for two. Apply at this office". Clean up Friday and Saturday. NUMBIR f. NEW CAR. TO THE LADIES: ' You are Invited to atm tend the Free Demonstration of m SELLS HOME. Judge J. I', ('rather has sold his horn on Stanford St.' td Mr. J. T. Itancy the sale having been consumated lastTues-day- , Th consideration was $2,125 and a handsome young John Morgan jack. Possession will be given September 1st. We are Scientific Plumbers H Our practice conforms to the most modern mwhnrlt. Wc believe in the recommendation good work always secures, and employ only highly skilled intelligent workmen, being thus abls to guarantee all work we do. incur no risk of any kind, for in addition to our guaranteed pjumbing, we install 'JteArfard guaranteed the finest of their kind. e J Let us estimate for you. 9 Is Hanna's Lustro Finish May I3th-i4t- h Come You will be repaid. Auto Tickets Given on Cesh Purchases. RANK RINGER. Exploits of Elaine continues to draw It' took a "rank. ringer" and eleven large crowds at the Hex. The IJIack Hox Is also a "corker". June Is still innings before Danville could score the deciding run In the game between that running at Komans. city and Lancaster last Tuesday after Editor Henry Watterson never wrote noon. This "ringer" plays on the a finer or a stronger editorial in his Shamrock in Cincinnati every long career as editor than that one Sunday and draws S18 for a single garni. blowing up of the Lusitanla. rn 9 Our customers ; ' I CONN BROS. LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS Children who are allowed to throw bananna and apple peallngs and paper in the yards and on the side walks at home will not care how the business streets look. . i. t, uememoer rnaay ana Saturday are j3 clean up days, when the battle against 52 dirt and disease will be waged. Do your part so that the Inspector will have nothing to renort to the board of health. 3g THE DERBY WINNER. Hegret, the chesnut filly owned by Harry Payne Whitney and ridden by Jockey Notter, won the Kentucky Der by, valued at $16,000, at Churchill Downs last Saturday, Itegret is the first filly ever to score victory In the years history of the state. Her time for the mile and a quarter was Pebbles was second. Sharpshooter was third. forty-on- e 'J;0.j-2-POPULAR-APPOINTMEN- Pumps, OFFICIAL MARKERS For Boone Way Erected Orer Entire County Roofing,- - Gutter- ing and Repairing. 3 A Special Display of TRIMMED MIDSUMMER HATS g The great 3 grossing the "Dixie Highway" attention of leading Colonel Watterson speaks of Teddy as being "Jocund; beaming and right- eous", and agrees with the Haltimore Sun that "our leading heroic actor" owes a debt of cratitude to Mr. Ilarnrn f New York, for providing him with the opportunity for returning to the center of the stage. is en- - citi- zens and tne State press at nresent. Here's hoping the entemrise will aterlaliie, as it deserves. And may we not hope that the enthusiasm with this movement will penetrate re- mote sections and result 'Dixie Byways."? . In rninv Friday the 7th. At 8 They Lexiegton for the asked w 777 j. j- fHn- - f it !T"" sttrtta simota trances, E j 8 never be the necessary unitv amon? the growers. In Washington the situation In view of the loss of American llv hv th. torpedoing of the Lusitania. is consider ed very grave. Secretary Bryan has cabled Ambassador Gerard at Berlin to ask the German government for Its re port of the disaster. The drat formal comment from the White House was in the effect that the "President is very earnestly but very calmly, considering the right course to pursue, knowing that the country wished him to act with deliberation as well as firmness." a receiver has been Hurley Tobacco comnanv. have had entirely too many tobac- o companies in the Blue grass and they ave had too many selfishly ambitious men at their various heads. While these conditions continue there will T. When the Boone Highway was of Governor McCreary has appointed ficially located through this county the Mrs. James 1. Hamilton as a delegate Lancaster Commercial Club immediately got busy and have had erected through to represent the State of Kentucky the Eleventh Annual Conference of Th the county the official Boone Way National Child Labor Committee, to be markers, beginning at the Lincoln held at San Francisco on the 29-3- 1 days county line on the Stanford pike and ending at the Boyle county line on the ot May 1915. The appointment pf Mrs. Hamilton is Danvillo pike. These are the identical a very popular one ana win meet witn markers used on this highway thrcugh the approval of the'public, as she I lennessee and are the first "official" thoroughly worthy and competent and ones used on this highway in the state, will likely attend this conference. They are very substantially made and should last for fifty years, being firmly fastened to iron posts, the sign proper ON TO CRAB ORCHARD. being made of heavy boiler iron and are inches in diameter. The At a meeting of the commercial club, are twentv-si- x last aionaay nignt, a committee was back ground is painted white and the appointed tosee every automobile owner large black letters can be seen and read in the county and ask that he tender easily from quite a distance. They are his car to take passengers to the Boon placed at intervals of every mile and Highway meeting that Is called to meet give the distance to the nearest town, at Crab Orchard next Friday. Quite a as well as the mileage to Louisville and number have already volunteered their Cumberland Gap. services and indicationa now are tha twenty-fiv- e auto loads of enthusiast! HON. A. B. BROWN Boone Way boosters will attend this HASELDEN BROS. Pony tickets given on all cash sales. 1 DC 3Z G. M. LYONS BUSY y il RFMY-Tn-WCA- CASH STORE, nDCCCtC UIILUULU important meeting from this.plaee. Ts Mire Ckarie Of Staler Canpaitn We have one ot the prettiest assortments of EGREGIOUS OVERSIGHT. la Garrard. - GO TO - Diokerson & Carrier FOR Dry Goods, Shoes -- and Groceries We pay the highest market price for Country Produac. Ask for tickets on the Automobile. ii 111 I 1HF 3ME G id IS KODAK TIME. Eastman Kodaks and BROWNIES at VUROBERTS. i- -i T of YTo LZ3 iWWMVMrWU TlAtrAlnnA avua Ctlmr a wwiwiwfw Vahi f tuna nkAH vsiicap. iHupmobilel W The Faultless Car as to f? Power, Economy and Convenience, 35 jf A If J Electric Lights and Electric Starter. Over- Tiret and Demountable Rims. te Noislass Powerful Motor. Simply Designed Especially for the Woman Driver. Low cost of upkeep averaging 10 to 18 miles to gallon of 35 VeMfiawMnes in stock ready for immediate delivery. S E. STORMES State Managers of Stanleys campaign for the democratic nomination for Governor have selected Mr. A. B. Brown to look after his interest in this county. Mr. Brown is one of the most widely known and popular democrats in the county, being in close touch with the organization on account of the deep interest always manifest in the success There has been an unusual attendance of the party. He has become a great at the Panama exposition already, but. admirer of Mr. Stanley and thinks that of course, the people are as vet coin? he is the only man seeking the democfrom the Pacific alope. They are a ratic nomination for Governor who can proud and enterprising people out cope with Hon, Edwin Morrow, who he there. The limited nnmber n f Is confident the republican will select to Kentuckians who have so far attended lead their ticket. MEMORIAL DAY. have, no doubt, seen so many things to Mr. Brown has billed his candidate to look upon and admire that thev did not This year Memorial day is of greater speak In Lancaster county court day, notice the absence of a building dedicat- importance than ever before. It is just and since there is plenty of politics aled to the use ot Kentuckians. Hut there fifty years ago that peace was official ready in the minds of the people it is was no appropriation by the legislature ly declared between the north and the certain that Stanley will have a big nd, later, when Senator Marshall, of south, thus giving occasion for the cel crowd to hear him. Henderson, organized to raise the ebration of the first Memorial day. Be necessary amount for a building by sides this, Lincoln, the great heroic fig SECOND PRIZE popular subscription there was even a ure during the civil war, was killed by feebler response than the legislature the assassin Booth just fifty years ago, ADDED IN PONY CONTEST. made. So, in this free country and These facts are important in regard freer state the people are doing with to the celebration of Memorial day this The management of the pony contest out what they seem not to have wanted. year. They make the day all the more have decided to give the beautiful pony notable and will make for even greater colt as u seennd prize. This will be interest in it, it that is possible, see heralded with delight to the many conPUBLIC SPEAKING. ing that the whole countrp gives itself testants and should increase added inHon. J, W. Newman will address the over to the celebration ot that day. terest among the friends of the conDemocrats of Garrard County at the testants who will be happy at the Court House. Saturday. May 15th. at thought of onning this baby colt. The GOOD WPRK. :15 o'clock, in the interest of his can. mother and colt will be on exhibition dldacy for Governor. You are cordially next Saturday, when all will be given 01 Chief Marshal Buck. Invited to hear him. a chance to see them. The winner of Besides Hushing the main thoroghly the first prize will be uwardrd the over the entire city last week. Marshal mother pony, cart and harness and the CHILDREN'S DAY. Buck, with a force of competent Orvill winner uf the second prize will be morning Next Sunday at the help, cleaned the pool at the reservoir awarded the pony colt. It must be Methodist church in this city, childrens from top to bottom and now it is full of understood that the winner of the first day will be observed, beginning promp as pure water as anyone would care to prize is to keep the colt with its mother tly at o'clock. All are Invit drink. Marshal Buck informs us that until Sept. 15th, at which time it is to ed to attend and encourage the children the reservoir if full to overflowing and be turned over to the second prize winIn better condition to supply the city in the work for the Muster. ner. The contest for the first prize mrougn tne summer man it has ever will close Saturday June the 6th and been. winner will be announced and given the FIRST TOBACCO SEASON. pony, cart and harness. The contest Mr. James I. Hamilton took advan for the second prize will close on Sat tage of the light rain that fell last urday July 3rd and the winner 'awarded Interest , laereascs. Friday and set out three acres of toon that day the beautiful pony colt. bacco, with as good plants, he says, Indications point to one of the largest The promoters of this conteathave gone that he ever raised. This Is the first delegations in the histoiy of highway to quite a heavy expense In securing we have heard of being transplantthat organization when the delegatea from these two ponies, when it was at first ed as the crop of plants In this county the States interested in the Dixie High- advertised that only one pony would be are exceedingly scarce, in many in- way assemble at Chattanooga May 20. given away, and now since the second stances beds are complete failures. All data on the routes to be traversed pony has been atkled, the contestants should have been in the hands of the should renew their efforts and enlist SEVEN SPECIAL PICTURES. commissioners last Monday, Through their friends to help them secure one the instrumentality of the Lancaster of these prizes. Of course the winner Commercial Club some very interesting of the first prize will not be eligible to Roaus Opera Htue Friday Nifkt. maps and briefs were gotten out last contest for the second prize. The Twenty Million S Mystery In two week and have been forwarded to the Heels. several commissioners. President J. E. PUSHING CANDIDACY. A two reel comedy of Chas. Chaplin, Stormes and John M. Farra were apthe funniest man ever teen on a screen. pointed by the commercial club to have Hon. Sid Southitt, of Henry county. The Calico Cat" another good com charge of the Lancaster delegation to who is a candidate for the Democratic edy, Chattanooga; and it is hoped that nomination for railroad commissioner, The Souls Mat." an Interesting large number from this city will attend. was in Lancaster last Saturday and drama. If you are Interested enough to make wai busy for several hours. shaking "Greater Love" another, drama, of tha trip please notify either of th. hands with the voters In the Interest van mora Interest. above gentlemen and they will arrange of his race. His friends hope to 'put Admission 6 and 10 cents. for your accomodations. him over la the August primary. y In our mention last Issue of the result of the school election recently held at Stanford, we failed to note the fact that one of the successful candidates, Mr. J. L. Beazley, was a native Of Garrard County and we desire to apologize to Mr. Beazley for this egregious over sight. We would say in this connec tion that Mr. Beazley has a brother !r this town in the person of Mr. J. A, Beazley that was also i trustee of our graded school for the "steenth" time and we are so proud of him we have never given him any ever designed, the very newest and attractive styles. Ton 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. ii.ni 1 R iu HLnll G. M, LANCASTER. LYONS. KENTUCKY. DC 31 ICZ 1C The BemirS m hhbfii 5, Tobacco Planter. Will Set Plants Where Others Fail. The plants will grow better and the tobacco will ripen froM two to three weeks earlier dixIFhighway than when set by hand. For sale by ' Eft. . J. ROMANS, LANCASTER. .KENTUCKY. Page 6 COMBINED STALLION. ine uentrai Kecora, inursaay iviay i s iyib. i, SQUIRREL $10.00 To PEAVINE Dyspepsia Tablets Will Rollovo Your Indigestion R. E, McRobtrti Stop! I LcKjkT Listen! Squirrel Pcnvine is the best bred horse in Kentucky. His breed I'envinc, Der.mnrk, Stone Wnll, Dlnrk Dave, cross of Ontiinc nntl Old PufDcnmnrk. He will mnke the senson of 1015 tit my bnrn one mile South of Buckeye on the )ickeye nnd Lancaster pike at They are shipping horses nnd mules out of our country by the thousands nnd is seems to tuc the best time in the world to raise nil we can. Insure a Living Colt. much little. tunny to in- four-venr-o- ld black Jack, over 1.1 hand, extra heavy body and large lllnck and white penv. fit incliea tall; A Also nt the tame time and place will stand THREE COOD JACKS at Ikiiic and has proven to be nn excellent breeder. The tint mule that $8.00 for horsts mule and $10. for mare mule. Any .lack that will Men retained on all colts for season fee. Core taken to prevent 'acci perfectly broken In ride oral tlrlvc, can he sired, sold for $01) Oil cash, nt weaning time. sire n mule that sold for 600.O", last fall, descrvos the pHtronntfc of dents, but not responsible nhouM any occur. Phone. KiS-rack and trot lllte n bl Itoeae, Itii nev Squirrel Pemlnc is n solid blnck, 10 hnnds hlhund has ns stylo us Old Kex Pcnvine nnd enn do just ns nuich if hnndled n He lins never been handled ns n show horse but has won n jjood ties. I will nlso stand A three year old Pcrqlicou horse nt S8.00 sure n living colt. Mil k tlx Old Black Joe, Young Napo and Silver Silk will make the season 1915 at Ben Ham's barn, Hyattsvllic, Ky. By Cock Robin OLD BLACK JOE the county. T. O. HILL, BUckeye, Home of Champion Sire Ky. er been defeated in fair rimr, wiHinftVe season of HUB at cwr remtsea, YOUNG NAPO lurt High. Prestos. 6846. Hb.v Stallion l'i hands. star, li ft him' ankle white, line atle n.t notion. etfll make the season of 131") t my father" Imrn near Ilackley, kenuu-U.v- . PEAVINE FARM ALL PEAVINE 4092 Rev Penvine 17 Itet Hrd and Lu. Walker farm, two mthw frottt Dansllte, on Stanford pike, at He coming three tlmt bid This is n fair to ittukd n splendid Jack. He Is by Napoleon !ird. the Jnuk (hat I hve oror seon nnd out of u John MurHati Jtnn. 1U will l inVHihtotl to terve h tfuiltnl numlwr of innres. at S10.00 TO INSURE COLT. $12.50 Pr. tm HIGH PRESTON. by Washington S4; by Cronwell iS; bv Waahinjrton Donmsrk. Carroll Preston's 1st dam Baby Pence 7049; iy Enoch Arden; 2nd dam Lady Penae by Almnnt Forrest 2H: 9rd dam Daughter uf Gatrard Chief 2M 4th dam Gray Eigie. HIGH PRESTON BK48; 1st dam waa Queen Eagle, UB20; ah by King Katie 2656. h by Roval Ring 2 "."., he by Onttroe 148. he by Stonewall Jacktoa 72, Royal King lat dam Vollie Hoanti. ISM. wa by the noted site Cabbell HIM inn, lie K. S. King Eagle's 1st dam Hip S579. ane by Lexington. by OU Kin Eagle 751), 2nd tlam Red Lion. 3rd dam Harris Denmark 45. J tb dftas by .lim Hell. HIUH PRESTON 6S46: 2nd dam Lady Hint, she by Eagle IHrd HH4, 3rd dim Ma4iW Drennon she by Old Drennnn, 4t.i dam Cupper lioitat and run -- Th iroughbrril back to old Davy Crockett Also Insure a Living Colt. B84B; fifed by Carroll Pre?tort, 43; he by To SILVER SILK ftMti A 84 Inch tony. Iwnmifully miirtted with while mimI blm-k- . Innto enough to m utcfirl not tlx ny thing siz. He is a grand son of lH'k Grey and out of n exi ellent pony mare Tlrey will ech utAttd at lle't WelU 0101. by Ponvitip 85 Hiev linj: , m nt Tamoua Sire. y MiiiSBailnii Pin" es ' ': und $8.00 to Kentucky. Insure A Living Colt. s. Danville, - - A Lion rotoinod on all rol' until seiuou is oril nwl the etiton is due from the mmi who trel mafe if parted without our conH-nt- . Very careful, but not rcsMtwible for arcHU-nl- at tho same time and place will GARRARD PEAVINE stibie at Marksltir. Lxina:-ton- , e. b. hah. ii yattsville. s. 11. aldridgg. Lancaster, ky stand my tine Jack, C At MORGAN. 4665 Horse Colt Auto Be Will make Uiv seaaon of K1." K.. nt at niv $7.00 to Insure a Living $15. to Insured Living Colt King.... Winner of vtarlinx Tuturity, Ky., Iiluc Graat Pair 1912. Also ftne Horae Trophy, same Pair 1012. Champion yearling, 1612. Champion three-year-ol- and $S.OO For Marc Col!. M entail k a black Jack, with white points, lti hands high, coming seven Voars okl ami has proven himself a good brtaoVsr. C. Morgan by John Morgan. Jr.,:!7n5, waa rtred by John Morgan, he by Mar raedoke ml ia out 04 an imported Jm- not. John Morgan, Jr., out of Jennet by Joe tllncUliurn.' he In Pi moe, be by 2nd Prince, be by Imp Prince, lat dam Daisy l Dixie, she In Iivi.i Dixie by Kiekapo. 2nd dsin Mollie Gray by I,ord Wellington, i'rd dam l.y Importer, C 1914. HejrinHinK 'allow v. f Titwilla career ML SteriiajK. Ky., ahoarlwc thru Kentucky and Tennooaee State Hair without' defeat. Winner vearHne; Putlsdty Mue Ores l"alr. 'VM. ' Kllinax f- Don Beeeber Jennet. Lion retaiaed on all coll for service fee. Care taken to prevent acci- oenu not responsiuie snouxi any occur. Money due wlien "jolt is loaleil or maro parted with or bred to other stock without peimiion. Blue Uiootli IMvtelefi I'otority. ' Wne Graaa Fair. 1918. Whwar m J. F. FOLEY, Hackley, Ky. o a x . in west dinner Yearlin 3 taken Ko4eky Sttte Hair, 1919 awl twwtatowt wHitr Wain seaaon. ld (JleotJury . , form 114 of priaoa and atoJieo for I r. eererei Greene, IoiaviUe, Ky. three-yer-o- VTitmer in Jae GOLDEN EMERALD N CO 6827. proved (Mi) rowH Poarioie. . Cbmpion colt 1914 Kentucky Fair, winiiirur three flrat priUM. M"kes State mclud-in- American Saddle Horse Breeders Association. Rich Sorrel Stallion, Foaled 1911KlD(91M ( Itanium Heli., Chief 1K i rlnrk rhi.l tO Ooldra XlagtBe a u c W .... i r.Munl. Abdallak I Pan. of Yellov Jartm ill Iladtaa Ckitf 171 . fR4C!e4 IttT hum i4iuByai. . ) i Hoi wtikm nnt hl.r. I I Oaler Boras At) Peavlne ia iw experiment, aa breodera 191 1 Ilia worth ami superiority, when lie hod this ehHtupiou eoit Hod thre ok) ataihotw, ICentseky State Pair breed atovaot zkctlr like tlie ptwirleaa Kdrm Moe. If l'eaeine blood ia what yon want, you can net it iptenaiSei in All Peavine. FEE $26.00 TO INSUItU A MVE POAU (5raa at 10 eenta per day. Grain at cot. Shipping poinU, McKinney, Ky.. nnd Stanford, Ky. My personal attention given mares. AH caro taken to prevent nccidenta but not responsible shculd nny occur. Will meet mare at Stanford that come from lntf.an , C I f Kt Kin Kilty Lancaster. O'Haraa tvm ITTT O o at7 at. lUaa rMkat .. I Ulltlwi CtlrflOK ) f ' Ca" Ii. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Ky. 'vTU IMIWi Relle H'V IIFbt n,MH U ii ", l- . U ,l . n'M'i. sSBS- - (,jr .. Kentntk Cklrl t I'aa. 01 n 11.011 . ivnni.n Golden Emerald was purciiased by us from tiano Johnson, of Mt Sterling, Ky., who hns bred as many liiah price horses as any man in Kentucky. His sire Golden King wn9 sold a few months back to a syndicate of New York men for SlO.tiOO.W. Golden Emerald stands 16 hands high, is a rich sorrel, sir ine in face, tw hurl feet white to ankles, will weight 11200 pounds. Golden Emerald will make the season of 1915 at the borne of V. S. Era-brthree miles South East of Lancaster, at GOLDEN EMERALD J. 6827 'GhfiSteP DSfe w tinrranl IVaw.ie, (SfitU. i a tine individual, good tW and action. .Sired This rirhly hred Sadille Stallion will make the season of In!', at my stable bv Krx IVavme 1790, grand aire, Kex Mi U mald . 1st dam Gordo Lady on the llurkeye pike, about 2 miles from I.anraitrr, K).. at the low prtre of 6330. ahebj (Vrro Gordo 1022, he by A LIVING Black Squirrel PEDICREK Duke of Ivmnark, Jr.. by Duke of Garrard, be by the r.W Ihike of, Denmark. Kitst dwn of I Hike of (iarrard. the Hove mare', she aired by old Klack Squirrel. First dam of Duke of Denmark, Jr., Anste'Hell by Walwill also nt the same time and place lace Denmark, and out of I July UorRaa. by old 8tonewall JackMst, make the season of 1915 at The Duke ia a beautiful rich red bay eUlhVxt. 14 years efci oad baa proven a to Insure a Livinrj Colt to beyo sure fool prodoeer and a (ine breeder of cembnsod hnroas. See bkm be- fore breed. Try Vine by Kex Pen ine 179S, lat Lain retained oa all colts for eao money. Cera taken ! prevent dam (iuiltv 9Pf0. 2nd dam Blue Streak, bat aat raapoisaibie shfild any oeear. 4(.!. l.y Cuitis Peavine by Pew ine 8S. Tltre an- - t "th combined horses aad ' the in the cuntiy, being of th nam- - hreedine; aa the faaaoaa eh horxes, Edna Moe. Hasei Dawa. Jack Straw. Etc. I ill aiso at the same time and piaoe stand my big Jack. IUcordXWI. Trial 2. US. JOHN MORGAN, JR.. 3705 Half Isratber to Lata WaUa Ml 1:27. at $1M0 to insuie a living colt. Job 'ttaatssr. itispja Stattta, atasU 191 tsssssk iaaf H ML ' Morgan. Jr., was sired by John aiorsJtHs he t Marmaduke ami out of an Import-- r. tasidard liesriaterod Vet 1& J. nni't. lie has proven to bo a great mule Jack, is l.rJ hanla Musi, i ban a lent tws. good bone and a fine Individual. Tbtt uf tt. lew uato ) air. saaiL IMMIIsm 1m MieMBsoeassss (O waa brud ami raited by Tboa. I1II4 Jack aeesra tiiev t tiomj. bus wubs rse iHtfrTt etraol Blllr liark .ee4. ValseSSSNj.es. to i of Huckej e l' I hae a big type POLAND JmS. kauaa IJuo ci,.. CHINA anak aennk tarrta .o l'1S- - rtiasSt. Kellseeok umti IIOAl: that l Will stand for Sl.M coh a9 IS..U. or $1.."i when bewfced. laerooaitisesi .10. ainaa sstst u Lien retained on ail colts for service pweeea I n t Moaatt aastel .taMi (J I'lata St misiliaaai l IS Ml Bs.--j fee. Care taken Ut prevent accidents Lets WtM'4l s wh, T thMaet aats lm at siaeaf ,.! Vontlt-- Sltk iti but not responsible siiould anv oeear. T3 u. 1 IT. eel of a hal .at i S, Money due when colt ia foaled or 'mare . i Wlltn a.a.u.l .u ill. l.br to eileat Rtunk If. iti .14h. SiH'i Ui other stock parted with or Hall alMr te iilrailMsri:!" llroot J :.s. Re4U flay mthout wrmisKn. nl and l.ill. I'la. Ill h.arlif.1 l,p,. Duke Of 'Denmark, Jr r. $8.00 TO INSURE COLT. TRY VINE 915. ' tst CLARENCE BEAZLEY. 46158. BLEUCHER . s I) I J!' n lrl - 2 MARK GOINS. Markibury, Kentucky. iili"t.riv t.is,.ar4tteri) in t'SSSa. w. b ill mnke the season nt my pldre 1 mile from Bryantsville on the Lex- ington pike, nt the low price of 915.00 To Insure a Living Colt. j$ 10. To Insure A lien retained on colt for service fee. Money due when mare is trailed or parted with, Care taken to prevent arciJents but not re9poiible sIkiuU uny occur. a Living Colt. ' EMBRY KENTUCKY 5167 & Lancaster, Ky. YANTIS. Chester Dare Is a solid bay, IC hands high, nice long rangy neck with more style than any horse I ever owned, t'e is by Old Chester Dare. 1st dam by Granby, Record 2:ld'A, he by Princeps. Also nt the same time and place will stand my C year old Jack, GENTLEMAN BLACK JIM, at S8.00 for living horse mule nnd Registered Hereford Bull mare mule. SEASON 1015. ' Illack Jim is by Old Napoleon with good broad bone, good head und earj No. A. S. H. R, anu nas prov?n a goon ureeuer Two tulles from Lancaster Lien will be retained on all colts until season is puld. Money duo when is a handsome chestnut with beautiful mane und tail; is 15.3 hands and will Richmond pike. mare is traded or brtd elsewhere. Will try to prevent accidents, but not weicli about 1, 150 pounds; lia the" very beat of feet and lees; i;ood Hat bone, should any occur. broad sloping shoulders; thort, (tout back and u lior of the moot wonderful endurance. He is an i'npre.eive l.orse, standing still and is more mi in motion; sets bintdfjukt right, never touches Mmself any where and ha exceptional speed at the raek and Hot. He was ony of the most successful hortes nown last year. He was shown at three fairs and won the combined stallion class at Phone 53-- R. Ky. each place, f 10.00 for living Service $2.00 Cash. on the SHoat Hrook 197, sire of Billy Hoik JirtJ. Meadow I (rook 2:0ft. Khiiwiwy tjYIl, Znrrfoe 7. itetty llrwA Xr09, Umwm It rook IMf Itelllirook 2:10, Ilutter Ilr.w4c 2:10 SlleHt ilriguiie 9:10f, Unraaret lUthate (l)2:llj,etc Sirwl dam of Chatty Direct (I) 2:07, etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, alo pr.Juced Itwldle Clay Kril&L aikl was grandam nf I'm 2:211. Mokn 31 IS", sire of I'ercnii 2:0.T.J (simir Kentucky Futurity.) liretala Yorke (8) 2:0d, (Futurity winner) (5) 2 011, Native Belle (2) t:Vit (Kntarity rllly, ) Manrien (3) 2:07 (I'uturity winwinner.) (S) 2:011 (ehrmpion.H-year-ok- l ner.) Silver Silk (I) Sune N. VM 2101 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10, Mobe 2:P1, Mocheslvr 2:10, Momnster 2:11, Siliku 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc. Sired damn uf.Tho Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting (.talllim,) Vito (4) (.1) 2:lSf, etc. Ilrother to Hump 2jfl, 2:00. Martha Tipton (I) 2:001. O'Nell ilaion I'. 2:10. etc. Illeucher 4iilM, record trial milo 2:1 1, naif In I Oh!, last iuurtcr in 32 aeconds, is a liandsomu seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. II.. greatly resembles his good siru Silent Iirook ami is out of Clayo, by the great Futurity siro Moko. Foreign demand hns exhausted the supply ami we may expect better prices for our horses in the future. Our advice to mare owner is to breetl their inures and to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth as aires. Illeucher is just the type to produce the colts that His colts have proven fine, with nice head nnd m-cwill supply the demand. and plenty of bone and conformation. Tills great trotting Stallion will make the season of 10I& at my stable in a:lt. () )) 2i, Lancaster, Kentucky, at R. n. MOSS, R. E. HENRY. $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Bryantsville, Kentucky Gmitleman has the qualities that are necessary to the p.oduc-tioof a perfect hors- e- color, siie, style, spsed, action, and endurance, and ideal breeding. He ia shed by Chester PeavinoJUSi, by Hex Peavine 171)0, by Hex McDonald 833. Dam, Flora Caiter RI19, by Itei) Squirrel 63, by Illack Squirrel 88. by. Illack Eagle 74, by King William C7. In offering the services of this grand young horse to the public, I feci their monsy's worth. Give him the aamo class of marts and I do not believe there is a hure in the State that will beat him producing liigh class colts (no;matter how high the service fee.) Hreedlng to Kentucky Gentleman is no longer an experiment. Iltlng him a good mare and he will get you an extra good colt. Do not take your marts thirty or fotty miles to' breed when you have just at good a hoiss right at home and for less than half the money. Kentucky Gentleman will make the season at my home, one mile from Stanford, on the Danville pike at $20.00 to Iniure a living colt. Money due when colt Is foaled. ICare.taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible ' ahould any occur. THE NATIONAL BANK OF 1jNCA5TER. CupJlul A. It Personal Stationery Barlowe I will also stand this beautiful .Shet- land Stallion for the season of JltllS at my.stablti In Lancaster, Kv., nt Should be Engraved or Embossed Dowadays. It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. that $10.00 To Injure A Living Colt. I am giving them $50,00 J. E. STOHMES. SUPjuS $30,000. Vice I am prepared to tako care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. )EN!(Y, President Urn; re- Pres't S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. GlU., tained on colts for service fee. Money due whon'mare Is traded or parted with. K. 1 JDlty, Ass't Cashier. J. U Safety Samua! Deposit WE Boxes For Rent. Suppose you, come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. Car, tiken to prevent accident but not reipontiblv4hould any'occur. SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. tub; Central Record. Phone 95. J. NEVIN CARTER, Stanford, Ky, D. Cochran. Alex It. Denny, J, II. Posey, J. E. Storroes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. W. B. BURTON,! Lancaster. Kv. " r -- is 'I'WMaaais.i I mm n l 4 itral Record, Thursday May 13 1915. The Colonel's Duel Page 7 Route Across "The Blue Grass" Ktucky and Ki " i CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. Br M. QUAD Copyright, IMS, br th McClur Tennessee For The Dixie .Highway, Through The Land Of Now." I The Kind You Have Always Bought ALt-oiio- After aiiptwr ii dozen pr iinin? of lis a run emir" Aiiiif'iTJAliUMUUi...f i. slm LiilngiiicrwrfOTiRwui lindlftcSioiMrluaidlJwtlsof Bears the Signature of Promolcs D&stoOrnfii-ncs- s ami ikstrnntaln! Djntmiioiplune norMtecril In I Anfrfifl Rf nwdv Tot Consft Inn . Sour Stntnacll.IllatThnci s Use For Over Wonnsfomiilskmlrvcns.-ncs- and LossorSUEP. tlO, CcNTAfn CoMr-AST- J NEW YORK. Thirty Years congregated In the hotel nllleo for it smoke, nml presently the landlord entiie mnotiK hi to any; "(icntlciiieii, we Iin v.. n flri- - enter In this town named t'nloiii'l Sebastian. Mr tin several (if'illl.ir theories nf Ids own, nml I "Mi to st you In lli Ik wry stroinr In Ids tnlk nml should you illlTir Willi lilm In- - will ehalleiiKe )'"il l n duel. The colonel shut, nnd I hope you'll take la n l n friendly Hp nnd not eimuno In n Mini lime Ills own discussion. wny mill never iiilnd wlmt he says." The colonel Imil neu-- r killed any one yet, hut tlmt he Mood ready to ilu so" If lilt opinions; Were ill.plllcil tlie'lnud-lor- d felt ileiiil certain, mid ho we ngreril to fierce Willi the colonel If he filino III nil hut one. The eii eHlon was tho Finiillcft nud the tiHi.t hiiiutile looklus innii ninoui; the euixti. No on knew to op. tint lie hud Hindi' up lilt in w the colonel, nnd when the latter entered, half mi hour later, he plckfil htm out nf the croud nx H kik.I iu.ui to ft for. He cot nloiiKxIile of him nnil nfu-- r n lilt turned on him with: "PcrhaiH joii havu not Imiii Inform, til Hint I litu the orlKluiitiir of the Men that nil men wire once iiulmnli of aomo rort nud that perfection hn. Im'cii renrheil only utter mnny centuries of 'iss Dixie To High wny 'tourr IOM jt NO.MiHfjLUi JT Schll F & Co .......... Xr t.nx"" If"""'!, t ' I Cf't'tnurm m m "fvf vtMv n. I i H x"ii'.iri J s timet" CBTIBW Euct Copy of Wrapper. SEED CORN In order to get good results, you should use one of the fol lowing Planters: HOOSIER "What Idcnr "Why, the oti Jimt atateit I think you heard tne. null I think you did." "Oh, I reuicnilicrl Wril. I don't train with tlmt crod, thank henveiir "Suh, do you know wlmt joii nre . myitis)" cried the colonel. "I do." "And Hint jour laiicu.iBe. auh. perwmnlly orfenatrepersonally oITcii. 1 "No, air, t hritcn't," win. tho prompt reply. "Hut I iiiii, Mill, nnd wlmt do you think of tho Idt-n- I f $iAJkim ' vJJ alve!" "I'm aorry jou Imouk to the crowd who furnl.he--i (iniit Idena." "Crowd, mh! Why, you ImTo pon. ly liiKtiltcd me nud mu.t nt once n)l-oclz- o or iitvept n challoiiKe!" "Itrlmt on jour chalteiiRe, cololiell" "Then you will llsht ine, null';" "Certainly. Just nnnio time, place nil wcnM)in. Ily tho wny, I wnnt to leave hi the moriilni;. Can't wo IlKht In tho hllllnrd room, out In thn yard, up In my room) No u waltlnc until tomorrow." "And you'll tl?ht me, ruIi)" trapied tho colonel. r QDUNi-fl- r P, ytntM 'i l or KENTUCKY. JANESVILLE or J. I. CASE. "With the Krcntct of plea.urc, nnd I'll let n thoUKnuil dollars to n slilllliiK I kill you. j We have them with open wheels and check rowers at attractive prices. ENGAGE YOUR TWINE FROM US NOW 5ecler, PHONE 27. Te p cillard Sc Scott, BRY ANTSV1LLE, Kv. Citizens National Bank LANCASTEIt. OK KV. Capital $50,000. . K. HUDSON. Surplus $45,000. Job J. J. J. WALKEU. Wai.kf.h, Jk., Vice Treat. r. President." Ass't Cnsh'r, W. K. CHAMP. W. 0. P.tr.NKY, Cashier. If not already one nf our many hundred dexsitors. won't you drop in and get tho passbook wo liavo reserved for YOU). Try llie service wo extend to our customers. You will bo gratified with tli results. "Once n depositor, always n depositor," is comliistubo a slogan here. many-sided A Cordicil Invittition. wi Funeral Lancaster, Onico Phono 18. RIGNlEY Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. 1.7' Resilience Phone 33. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have mails Ml rums famous all ovar tho United State and Canada. Composed of Root., Ileib., Bark and Berries. For treatmant of Human Di.eates. Pursley's Indian lterU--4Dan' Treatment. 11.00 Dakota Jack' Dakota Jks Crrme Cowboy Liniment Soap, ."rice 10c, 3 ban UX ON 2S 2S SAir AT R. E. McRocerli. omaiN.ro PURSUY'S INDIAN HERBS DAKOTA JACK NiHlhwMtcni Cowboy Tin C. C. & J. L Stormes and or fortune to fall down a flight of stairs For A Torpid Liver. STANFORD Just So. here thli oicnhn;'' I oppean-at the home of her nephew. Dr. T. V.' lien are llko fish. Neither would "Oh, jo." "I have used Chamberlains Tablets cot Into trouble It they kept their Mrs. .Mary Penny has been 111 for Pennington and received a number of "Voit wcro told that I wn Colonel painful bruises and cuts. She is now off nnd on for the past six jeurj when- mouths shut. Exchange. several days. PebaHtlan)" thought to be improving. ever my liver shows signs of being in a "I believe that wni the tmine." Mrs. Klizahcth Dillon is able to he They have Mrs. James delightfully entertained disordered condition. Etseneo or Will. The Colomd SeUisthin of the out after several days illness. acted quickly and given me the the Hook Club ut her heautifull country You cannot admire will In general, teenth Teaa)" Mrs. Susan II. Yeaeer is the pi est of homo Thursday- "Yea, the Tenth or the Fifteenth.' afternoon. The house desired relief," writes Mrs E. II. Tru-hu- s, .because the essence of will Is that It Springville, N. Y. For sale by Is particular. O. K. Chesterton. was beautifully decorated with roses "Who led tho chiirco nt Malvern Mrs. W. It. Iiice ut Louisville. Hill)" Znn Murphy, of Panama is here visit-in- c. nnd spring flowers. At the conclusion all dealers. "It was somcthlni: like that." relatives and friends for tevernl of the games a delicious salad course New Material for Lead Pencils. "Not only one cluirpc. mh, hut three weeks. was served. Juniper from tho Indian reservaANY BODY CAN GET A HOME tions of New Mexico and Arizona may three uVapurnto clinrKeat" Editor E. C. Walton and wile spent Mrs. Mnggic Cover, Miss Ida Judd, They any tile, but let It ro nt Sunday in llarrodsburg with relatives Miss Esther Hurch and Miss Annie Mc- Any Good Man Can Get From One To prove an excellent source of material three." for lead pencils. Kinney attended the State Convention "And. aiih," anhl the colonel ns h and friends. Ten Years To Pay For It. frownivl llko a bushel of cnriet tackK, 3 Mrs. Marv Gaines remains quite ill of the Christirn Endeavor' at Berca One Definition. "did you luvir that I wna n duelUt)" at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. Saturday and Sunday. Miss Judd will I have four first class farms, con "Soinethliu: whs said to that effect." give the echees of the Convention at taining about 1400 acres of GarrunI i A mother Is always seeking a good Nellie Gaines. yet a good "And that I hnd h id tnelve nffalrs County's best soil, which I will cut in match for her daughter Miss Juduth McChII, of. MareUburg, the Christian church Sunday evening. of honahl" with cheap Charley Armstong, the colored to parcels to suit purchasers, in amounts match Is merely a of It. stick is the cuest of her brotiier, Logan Mc-Ca- ll "Only twelve, colonel) Why I under a head on one end prisoner, who escaped from the j'ail from five acres to an entire farm. nnd wife. stood It was twenty, replied the oth 310 acres, fertile soil, on good pike, cr. "Well, thli otio will mako yyii thirMrs. Hrap;jr Thomieon and little here last week, by knocking Jailer Why Worry About Birthdays? teen." daughter, Cora Lee, of Crab Orchard George V. DeBorde behind the door, two mites from a thriving village and Don't start counting your birthdays; "Yei, auh-Je- s, was found at his home in the West End 1J miles from one of the best graded Mill. Will J'ou honah were hero Suturday. mo by clvliu; j our namer" Saturday and brought back here and schools in the State, conducted by four they don't really count. We've been Mrs. T. D. Newliuxl, who hns Ixxn confusing nge with efficiency for too "Name) I'loaso exciKe me for my placed in jail where he will remain until experienced teachers, children conveyed H'd j"oii ever hear o (uite ill with pneumonia, is thought to the session of the grand jury. He was to and from school at the expense of long. How far have jou doveloped) forcotfuliicsii. How sharp are your faculties) lie improving slowly. ' General ChllversV" in jail charged with housebreaking. the District; intelligent, cultured and " Why -- why" Mrs. U. Hays foster and brby are Joseph Hopper, who has been attend- hospitable people for neighbors, in two "Of the IuUlana TIcersT the guests of her parents. Dr. and Mrs ing the Theological The Way Out. Seminary at Louis- miles of High Bridge, where boating. "Who what" 0. P. Nuchols at I'incville. Dad "The Kind of wedding you ville, is ho re with his mother, Mrs. and other methods of entertainment "Who led nine ileperat chnrce nt Mrs. Beverly IJcut and little son. Kute Hopper for a few days before are at hand. Five room residence, two want, my child, would cost $2,000." aecond Hull Hunt" have been visiting her parents, Mr. and going to Letcher county to preach for tenant houses, 3 acre tobacco barn, 150 Daughter "Then what is to be done, "Itlesi me, hiiIiP rapa)" Dad "You will have to bo "And who has killed throe times tho Mrs, Ilennett at IouisviIIe. several weeks. Joseph is an excellent acres in grass, t arm is near the pro married without my consent." number of men that you have In Col. E. P. Woods left this week for young man and his host of friends here posed milium dollar dam to be con duel)" Dry Ilidge. Grnnt county, to drink the wish liim a great success in his under- structed on Kentucky river, which will "ficneral ChllverH- "taking. furnish electric light for the entir-- j coun waters there for rheumatism. "Nevcr mind that, colonel. You have At ii recent meeting of the Hoard of try. It enn be divided irto three furms. HUSBAND Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Hallow uru re challenged me, nud I nccept. RESCUED The Buster Brown farm near Camn have It over with ni soon ns possible, ceiving congratulation over the arrival Trustees of the Stanford Graded School j Dick Itobinson, 110 acres, five good all the teachers were except na I have some bu.Inesi to nttend to. of a little son at their home. uarns, an new, splendid residence. DESPAIRING WIFE "Oeneral Chllvcrs" ... .Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Itice have been in two, who did not upply. they being i,i, " iio,c.oncreiepoois, "I chooso pistol", nnd I don't think Louisville for several daya attending a Misses Claudia Eaton and Ida Judd. I ,. Y it will detain mo over five minutes. meeting of the railroad agents. Itobinson Brothers farm contains 350 AVhere shall wo got" very popular one with tho majority of acres, one stock barn, two tobacco After Four Years of Discouraging' Miss Mar)' Ilelle Soonamore, who Tho colonel swallowed his Adnm' the taxpayers of this schbol district in barns, seven room residence. Most Conditions, f;Irs. Bullock Gave of npple thne or four times nnd then has been with Iter sister, Mrs. W. K. the reduction of the school tax from this is sand stone land and any Hicklo tit Kenny Texas for Bomo time farmer n.ked: Up in Despair. Husband iO cents to UO cents on the $100. Poll in Garrard county knows this kind of "You yon won't npoloiclro)" returned home last week. tax has been fixed at Came to Rescue. "No, sir, never! My object Is to kill land is the land that grows the highest Walter Mlluurn, who has been with Mrs. L. E. Carpenter and son. Jack, you nnd cet n thoorNt off, the earth Anderson County News for about of Philadelphia, who have been the price tobacco, as well as corn and Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter Hurry up. or I maj not ho able to ImM the six years has resigned nnd accepted a guests of her parents, Mr. nnd Airs. J. hemp. The evidences are on the farm from this place, .Mrs. myself!" Bettie Bullock position with the Swift PacMi.g Coin N. Jlenefee, left this week for their to bear cut this statement. This fnrm wriles as follows: Tho colonel was on Ids feet, hut ho "I suffered for four is located OH thl tvitlnnr I.nn.i muoh pany. drew himself up, settled his hat on Ids home. Her mother uccompaniod them i.extngion piKe. jears, wilh womanly troubles, and durina Mrs. It G. Hall, of Kansas City Mo, and will siend a week or more tvith head nnd his face wns ns white ns The Beazley farm, one nnd one half this time, 1 could only sit up for a little Hour nnd Ills voleo trembled ns he said who has been the guest of her mother, , them before going to New York City miles from Lancaster, on Lexington while, and could not walk anywhere at "Huh, I nm n fishier nud n dead shot Mrs. Jennie Wearen and sister. Mrs. to see her son. Sam Meneee and fam-Ge- pike, i!90 acres, good brick residence, all. At limes, I would have severe pains hut ns thin U my birthday, suh, nud ! II. Farris. left the past week forMv and from there she will go to Syra tobacco barn, stock bard, in reach In my left side. of dou t want to stnlu It with blood I r Home. The doctor was called In, and his treatcuse N. Y. to visit Geo Menefeo und the Lancaster Graded school. The soil overlook your rather eccentric ways." Miss Lottie Carson was a charming wife, is splendid, well watered and the furm ment relieved me lor a while, but I was And when tho slleneo had laited live on last Thursday afternoon to of Mr. and fronts one and one quarter miles on soon confined to my bed again. After J. M. Sewell, Inns minutes the landlord turned to hostess A delightful Mrs, E. T. Pence, ot this city died at the Lexington pike, In easy reach the small nnd humble mini and saspcil' the Dixie Book Club. of that, nothing seemed to do me any good. "I'or lumen's sake, who nnd whit salad course was served at the end of Long Beach, Calif., last week. Mr. town and the entire front can be used I had gotten so weak I could not stand. games. the nre and Mrs. Pence were on their way to as building sites, which I propose to and I gave up In despair. And tho reply was: M a late meeting of the City Coun be at his bedside when the message an cut in any size to suit purchaser. At last, my Husband got me a bottle of "Oh. I'm Just Plmmons, ami I trav cil a lot of concrete pavement was or nouncing his death was revolved here, I will exJiango-nn- y of this property Cardui, the woman's tonic, and 1 com o el for a Chlt-ascrockery house. Thli ted. When this is put in there will Mr. Sewell, who visited here a number for Garrard county property at the menced taking It. From the very lirst Is my first trip." be very little of the old brick pave- of years ago,(mude many friends here same price I will sell for cash. If you dose, I could tell It was helping me. I ments left in this city. who regrf t very much to learn of his wish to exchange, come with yours can now walk two miles without Its Judge Lewis Walker and Jailer Dave death. He leaves his wife, who was priced as you would Bell for cash. You tiring me, and am doing my work." If you are all run down from womanly Boss, of Lancaster, were hero Satur Miss Mary Elizo Pence and two little can get this land just as cheap by exday for a short time on their way to daughters. The Interment will take change as by purchase If you desire to troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped change your location. Martinsville, Ind., whre they will tae place at Long Beach Monday. more SO Now these are lour as good furm as years than a million women, In its the baths for a few days. ol wonderful success, and should (here are In the county. If you have surely help you, too. four druggist has Watch Your Children i Senator It. L. Hubble. It. II. Woods, For Infants aod Cblldrea been u failure In life, stay at home. sold Cardui for years. He knows what Often children do not let parents know C. Eubatiks, G. B. Cooper, Tiden do. Ask him. He will recomIf you are tho kind who never dreads It willit. Begin taking Cardui today. they nre constipated. They fear someIn Us mend Cooper, John Iteld McKinney, J, S. thing distasteful. The' will liko Kexall any failures, I want to see you. These Always txart and Shelton M, Saulley attended Itice U'rilt tO! OutMiKug. Mrjlcln Co., UJm' Orderlies a mild laxative that tastes are live farms and want to see live l DO A4tlory IVrl., Cb.tt.iv.,, Irnn., fur fvfiui like eug&r. Bold only by us, 10 cents. men. Call on or write, the derby at Imisvllle Saturday. Signature ol l.utructwnt on our civ. ,n4 Mp.K. fault, Hun R. E, McRobirts Miss Amanda Goggin had the mis- J. 1. Hamilton, Lancaster Ky. Tl..lu.fl (u Wcouta," Mat la puia r.ppr. LuVH. Huei, plutola or txiwle knlvei) I am Just nchlnc to flsht jour' "Wcru you told about me, null, befo' Where cnti we Ket Hwordi, It $!.. CASTORIA For Ovr 30 Years 1 Page 4 The Central Record INCORPORATED. The Central Record, Thursday May 13 $1.00 a 191 PROGRAM. OF GOOD Iseunn Weekly. ykar. dor BemstorfTI quoted a alnirwhen "DIIDir KUKAL OUKVfcl asked what he thouRhfthe Amerlcami . .... . n.Aiit.l tMnlV t tliii tAnnulAlnr rt AM n. ... " IU Kb WAUt Or UAKKAKU IUUNIT. Iho Lu.ltani VlllUK KtlUKIlO I CHAUTAUQUA I - Tfl Adams M The fart that the German ambassador M. J, Doyl, the route Band Day Again a Feature. Grand Opera with tho U. S. department of acrlcul- -' ture, attended the meeting of the Com- - man of the Adams Express Company Night. Magic for Children. Lecture mercial Club last Monday night and in, who resides at 1127 Welt JetTerson a very interesting manner told the Street, Louisville, Ky,, said recently! by J. Adam 1 have complained member what he proposed, to do and if of stomache (lis . . ' . . and the sinking Wltn planned deliberation .l,.. ,i,nni.hl Mt .,i,u . i, Xtv .11 r,,.. orders tar inni. renr. Eighth District Publisher League, Bede. Other Events. oynuernmn ioriKwooi u.e Kreni wouKl ke to havc thr mdorsemcnt Restive organs xvere not In shape, and enger ocean liner, the Lusitanla, which nm .u. .,n.,r, ,un, ill. tlm'minllti Lancaster, Ky., May 13, 1915. Announcement of the big Chautauqua sent to the bottom of the sea, without ,UKtfestlon was that n community sur- - until I .could scaraccly eat anything program which Is scheduled' for our a moment warnmg.more than n thous- - Vey be made of the entire county to with the right ktr.d of relijli. What Rntes For Political Announcements anu men. women arm cimurcn, innocent yMt ,,ow Uf ,he Lu(in, ,lller. little I did cat, in fact, did not taste community this season has just been For Trecinct and Oltv Olns . , .f 5.00 and helpless !. considered one of the right. I gues this was due to the received from the Redpnth headquar of lle town anJ itJ por County Olllcea 10.00 most horrible catastrophes of modern In ces extended into the country. The fact that I feared the bad after tera Chicago. It surpass; the good program of a year ago In many respect j For State and District Office.... 15.00 civilization. commercial club gave its unanimous effects. 10 Among these persons destroyed were for Calls, per line endorsement and encouragement to "Whenever warm weather set in J and at once appeals to old and young 10 more than one hundred Americans, out I For Cards, per line Prof. Uohanan and olfered its entire icn languid and listless, without an alike. Band Day will again be a feature cf upon the great ocean, on mission of membership to assist him in any way ounce of real energy In my whole For all publication in the interpeace and business, where they had a to get the necessary data to bring est of individuals or expresabout body. 1 just went along as if I was he week when Jaroslav Cimeru and his . sion of Individual views, per right to be, and were attacked and the desired results. concert band will appear both after A map will be dragging myself through my work line destroyed without a moments warning. prepared of Garnrd county, by the .iy nerves were not in good order, as noon and evening of the fourth dy In, , The fact that a suggestion had gotten State College Obituaries, per line of Agriculture, show sudden noises and excitement pro delightful programs of both classical i out that something might heppen to ing every farm house in the county duced a high nervous tention that and popular music. Mr. Ctmera wa born in Bohcmla-t- he the Lusitanla upon this voyage is no land from which POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS excuse f( the deliberate mrtl reckless and a house to house canvas will be brought on headaches, many of the great band leaders havu ' made. There are several phases of "I recently bought some Tanlac. olo-- ! destruction of innocent noncombatants. pninmnnltu In Fur. it ...... ri i.l, am. r. t took the medicine home and began come. He appeared a trombone ,. The Central Heconl is authorized to ... UIE lliuuca ll'L-.lit.. lanen I... me v.m..ii.j oy . .. ,u nil sieps shuuiu ue ..I using it right away. The first day, 1st with leading band in this country! announce the following candidates for directing! United Slnti-- j on account of the delib I arm The pain In the pit of before taking up the work of office, subject to the Democratic and a united elTort upon every I felt better. his own band. ernte tr.tl Wanton destruction of its citizen of the town is asked my stomach and side left me, and primary, August 7th, 1915. to assist citizens under such circumstances, we Prof. Bohanan in the work The that bid uegan iceung vtgorus and lull of new Bede day on which Hon. J. Adam FOU GOVERNOR. confess, is a delicate and difficult ques- - fair to be one lectures will be known n "Iledi of the greatest boons to life. I have improved every day since, Stanley. ' linn rn nntavr. Hon. A. 0. .. ..... . Lancaster and the entire county, that Tanlac seemed to be just exactly what Day". Mr. Bede was for eight year On account 9f the modern methods has FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Congressman from Minnesotn and was ever been attempted. Prof. Bo I needed. It is really a very wonder long known as the "Humorist In 1 of warfare caused by the introduc- hanan has interested himself for C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. the ful medicine, and I certainly do feel ' tion of the submarine and the torpedo past year in His lectures sparkle with Chas. C. Fox, of Boyle county. the problem of rural com grateful for the good it did mc" Democrall-candidat- e foi (ijvermr will address the voters of Gmrard this act has no precedent in international munities and Lancaster people should FOR COMMONWEALTH'S Tanlac the magic medicine that is humor In addition to carrying a great county, Ht the (.Vurt Houte, In Lancaster, Monday, county court day. May 21th message. His subject at the forthcom law. But the common principles ef feel ATTORNEY. indeed to have this place producing hungry men and women, is fortunate ing Chautauqua will be "Our Nation; nt one o'clock r the afternoon. humanity cry out against such cruel selected a the first county i" Kentucky now sold In Lancaster by R. E. Mc- E. V. Puryear, of Bovle county. Mr. Stanley U an entertaining speaker and n cordial Invitation is extend-- ' methods. It Problems and Progrejs." The civilized non combatting i to undertake such a laudible enterprise. Roberts and in Brynntsville by Becker. R. V. Keenon, of Mercer county. In addition to the word of the s ton- - ed to everybody. nation of the earth can not afford to The canvass will begin at once and it Ballard & Scott, where'the demand for teller and playground J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county, permit such a horriable act to ripen inwork, there is to be hoped that the people in the Tanlac is very great. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. For Sale; 260 bales of good timothy to a precedent. While is is plainly the will be a special "Children' Night" county will lend their Support and free W. B. Mason. hay. John W. Miller. Mnnager. when Taber and hi assistants will ren desire of the people of this county that ly give the information asked for by W. A. Doty. Lancaster Ky. 1 the President act with calmness and the several committees der a spectacular program of magic and that have been FOR SHERIFF. deliberation upon this momentous ques selected mystery to the delight of all. FOR SALB:-Twgood driving mares to assist in securing this dati. I welt broke and gentle; G. TV Ballard, Jr. (rand opera is announced as anotl tion, but it is just as plainly the public one six and one (By Wm. F. Miller. wish that he act with stern determina er feature of special interest when the tfrace ! FOR REPRESENTATIVE. W. S, Embry. three years old. Ih.a bt'1,p1a for ittvei.lu FARRA A HUSTLER. Singing Party will pre ITe nae ot our farmer tilfiHr at.! If for tion, to the extent that not only Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Orel), were Kellogg-Haine- s H. CImv KaufTman. FOR SALuAhout 500 bales of sent a rendition of the grand opera, (be aale rt atitea s;ta"iai4 tth thing oh Germany but all nation of the earth visitors at our school last Friday Lancaster and Garrard county has Timothy hay, also three yearling bull. Martha" in special and elaborate cos farm aa ILta larmrf cannot aftoM to I am a candidate for County Court may know thrt American lives will be genuine hustler In No tutlee will lour arerrt"! otar Ashby Arnold. They will also render the llnra. an.1 will Clerk to succeed J. W. Hamilton the protected and such steps should be John M. Farra, who has done more to o taaava l Irte Bro. S. II. Pollitt delivered to the tumes. In taken as will Insure their full safety promote hit home town and county school a very welcome eddress, Tues "Songs of the Sixties" in the dress of sroao, frev of ehatga present Clerk. I am prepared to break yuing horses theyear l!?00. The Kellogg-Haine- s I have accepted The Chief deputies in all places where they have a right to than any other one man therein. Sing His day morning. e are always glad to Itoth to ride und drive. Prires (reasonmg Party has been upon the Lyceum 1000 locust posts for sale. appointment in the office in order to be, and doing what they have a right latest stunt, is connection with hus have Bro. Pollitt visit us. able. R. M. Moss, llryant.ville, Ky. and Chautauqua platform for some acquaint mvself with the duties of to do. In our desire for peace we must tling for the Boone Way, is to have The Domestic Science and J as. . Conn. the Manual eight years past and have Clerk and having fitted myself to take not forget that if a nation would have the large markers placed along the toured the FOR SALEt-CorPlanter, good as Training Department are doing fine This to warn that my the examination required by law, I its subjects patriotic and loyal it must proposed mute in Garrard. It takes work along their lines, as well as the entire United States. Last year they place Isispostrd and the public not allow new, 2 cultivators, harrows and farmthat I do appeared on the liedpalh seven-dasincerely ask and solicit your support. protect their rights and lives whenever just such live wires as Farra to do pupils making good grades ing implements of all kinds. Bargains in class Chautauqua circuit in a four month.--' any hunting, fishing or trespnsiing on interfered with, matters not where. things worth while. Danville Messen E. M. Walker. T. A. Klkin. work. same. J. 1". Bland. tour with great success. when, or by whom. ger. DO bushels For of nice Miss Tinder's one of the Teachers in Among the lecturer Dr. William A. Railroad Commissioner. Lost-Wh- ite hound bitch, with cul- - red top sugar cane seed. Phone 312 J. the school, delighted the Faculty and Colledge tand out very prominently. The decision of the court of appeal.. GIOVANNOLI. We are authorized to announce j. N. Uoas. students Friday morning when she He will lecture on "The Fortune Hunt lar bearing my name. Reward fur in JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown, Tuesday, sustaining the county unit Mrs. Carrie KinnairdGiovannoli.wife delivered to the school a very pleasing er." Dr Colledge was with Henry M. formation. FOR SALE:-AboMay 10th.. some law in every particular, ought to take G. II. Colson, Nelson County, as a canditate for the of Mr. Harry Giovannoli, editor of the story. Stanley for thrie years In Africa and Crab Orchard, Ky., Route Z fine baby ckicks. Thsroughbred S. C Democratic nomination for Railroad the wind out of the sails of those poli- Lexington Daily Leader, ' after a pro The Commencement exercises are also nursed Henry Drummond thru his Rhode Island Reds. Russell P. Brown. ticians who are urging a state-wid- e Commissioner from the Second Distraded Illness, died at their home in gaining much headway, and the pro- first sickness from African fever. He FOR Dur'oc trict; the primary election to be held campaign, hoping to ride into office on Lexington last evening at 7:50 o'clock. gram have 21 shoal and i sows that this year is looked forward to as was a boyhood friend of Robert Louis Jersey boars extra good one, weighing a tidal wave, says the Cynthiana DemSaturday August 7th., 1915. Bud Pollard. Funeral services will be conducted in the best in the history of the Lancaster Stevenson, was the first editor of the 100 pounas or over,, at $12,50 each, if will sell at a bargain. ocrat. The proper thing to do is to Lexington tomorrow (Thursday) morn High School. Technical World Magazine, washeadof sold at once. IE. 11 Bronaugh Mr. J. I. Hamilton has right bushels William F. Klair, Fayette County, give the county unit law a fair chancs, log, at 9:JU o clock, and the remains The Seniors this year will wear Caps the Department of Language and Lit of No. 1 "hemp seed for sale. Crab Orchard. Kv. Candidate for Reelection as Railroad and not upset the whole state with an other temperance campaign. Certainly will be brought to Danville on the 11:55 and Gowns, all the Commencement erature in Armour Institute, Chicago, Commissioner, Second District of Ky. A. M. train and taken to Bellevve week, there are twenty-twmembers for nine years and author of "Inter Subject to the action of the Democratic Cynthiana and Harrison county ought to be satisfied with the operation of cemetery and services conducted at the this year and an order was given for pretative Studies of Scottish Authors." party in the August Primary. grave by Dr. E. M. Green, pastor of the same number of Caps and Gowns. On the opening da Rev. Joseph K. the present law. the First Presbyterian church. The Cunard liner Lusitanla, which The L. II. S. Base Ball Team, neids Griflis (Tahan) in the Indian costume To the stricken husband the siecerest of the Kiowa will tell his thrilling life Is it not about as consistent for sailed out of New Votk last Saturday to be congratulated upon the with more than two thousand souls Owsley Stanley to stand for the county sympathy of the entire press is extend- ball they put up against the "Little story entitled "What I Saw and Did as ed in the loss of a loving wife. aboard lies at the bottom of the ocean unit, after it has been made a Demo. Britian" nine on the latters ground, a Savage." Geptured by the Indians ' off the Irish coast. She was sunk Fri- cratic doctrine, as it is for certain last Tuesday. The squad from here wish as a baby he grew up in the home of a day by a German submarine, which politicians to stand for state-widthis ') play High School Teams-th- at NEWSPAPER ERRORS. which Kiowa Chief, and not until almost a gent two torpedoes crashing into her year after they defeated it in the Legthey weie booked for -- and not ringers, young man did he know anything of The editor of an exchange does't His esside while the passengers, seemingly islature last year? Ask the Elizabeth- University men and men who draw big the lives of the white people. want anyone to send him any more cape from the Indians and his subse confident that the great swift vessel town News. copies of his papers in which they have salaries for pitching ball. could elude the German r The Seniors have started on their quent hardships, his conversion by the found mistakes. If thev find a perfect Salvation Army, his study for and encraft, were having luncheon. copy, however, he offers a big price for Class Play which is a good three act try into the ministry, his word as a The known survivors number only comeJ, entitled "Mose" which con- Presbyterian PROCLAMATION. it. Same with us, says the editor of C5S while there were 2,160 soul aboard pastor and missionary, the Crystal Falls (Mich.) Drill. If the sists of 12 girl and 10 boys. ' author and lecturer, all comprise a won the great liner when she was attacked. The City Council he designated May fool critic who hunts for mistakes in der fully interesting story. Of those who were aved 695 were 14 and 15th, next, as "Clean up" days HIGH SCHOOL LOSES the papers would find them all he The above i but a partial outline of landed at Queenstown, and eleven at for the city and I most earnestly urge would be kept busy. We will be pleas Kinsale, while fifty-twDue To The Fact of. Cincinnati's Twirler. the good things in store on the forthothers are re all citizens to observe the days and see ed to buy copies of any paper which coming Chautauqua program. ' There ported to be aboard a steamer. that all trash and deleterious matter be can be proven entirely free from erMany persons notable in the business moved that we may have a clean city, The Lancaster High School Base Ball will be other lectures, vocal and instrurors; either typography or in state- team journeyed to or social life ot New York City were which Is conducive to good health. The Danville. Tueiday mental soloists, muaic by a Bohemian of fact. We will be pleased to among those whose names were miss- Board of Health will have all premises ments afternoon for a game of bull. The orchestra, a male quartet, etc. All of find a merchant who never made a mis ing from the list of survivots of the examined and I hope Clean Up aay will game required eleven innings to tell these will be more fully described a take in put'ing up an order; a lawyer the Lusitanla. tale. Lancaster started out. hitting the season approaches. be observed in such a way there will be who never lost a case through his own Davis, Danville pitcher all Of those lost Alfred G. Vanderbilt is nothing to report. Attention should be over the lot Three week in advance of the openerror, a doctor who never wrongly and succeeded in one of the most widely known. Inher- given stables and all out houses. getting three runs eff ing day the decorating of the town We diagnosed a case, a post office official iting the bulk of the estate of his fath- will have the cooperation of the of Davis. At the beginning of the tth with banners, streamers and unique who never put mail into the wrong box, inning, Gus Lassing, a Central Univer- forms of advertising will begin, all of er, estimated at $70,000,000 to $100,000, churches, school, and the different a woman who never forgot to put in 00O, he was one of the wealthiest men societies to which the ladies 'belong, sity man, went into the box und one which is more elaborate than ever bethe salt while cooking or to put the tea run was made off the of New York. It seems tho irony of and I am sur they will do everything salaried pitcher. fore. In many places Chautauqua week in the teapot before putting in the event, Bourne, L. II. S. pitcher, knocked a will be made an fate that Mr. Vanderbilt should have in their (tower to assist. water. Bring on some of your mistak-les- s three, bagger off the "professional Cin-c- y one of the gala times of all the year. escaped being on the Titanic, only to Let all the business men of Lancasparagons who find it so easy to be on the Lusitanla. Twirler", knocking it through the ter clean up their premise and the papers and we'll give them right field fence knocking When the Titanic sailed on her fate- streets and alleys adjoining the premises criticize the in one run. a chance of their lives to find out A WILY JUDGE. ful first voyage Vanderbilt had passage occupied by them, by burning or removHerron playrd a wonderful game, not whether they are really hutiTan. engsged. At tho last moment he one eiror did he make, and he alJo used We carry a complete line of ing all useless and combustible materiLexington Leader, the foremost The to remain in England and cancel- als and gathering all the stick to Lassing' little curve, to- Republican newspaper of Kentucky, ed his passage. Just before the Lusi- materials in receptacles and piles con HANDSOME MUNICIPAL GIFT gether with Smith and Tatem who all sought to draw Judge O'Reor out on tanla sailed Vanderbilt was handed one veniently located along the alloys where three gave their pitcher golden rule the subject of Ins becoming a canThe fountain presented to the city support. The boys of the warning messages that were they can easily be found and collected from Lancaster didate for the Republican nomination by Mayor John G. Pulliam has been given some of the paesengers. deserve credit this way and that is for Governor, but the wily Judge deftHe by men with wagons which the city put up in the chosen place in front of paid no heed to it, playing against a much stronger nine ly parried t,he questions. will providii to haul them out of town. the entrance to the courtyard. It is than ours. Elbert Hubbard also tost, editor of Now is the time to head off the Die ' The simple fact of the buiinea is. finished in bronze and will bo a lasting Bourne pitched a great game, pitch- Judge the Philistime, author of essay and and prevent disease, and the spread of O'Rear hopes to head tho monument to the donor. The design, ing publisher at East Aurora. N. Y., was it. This general and thorough cleaning himself out of many dangerous Republican ticket in Kentucky in the though much larger, conform to the places, he was admired by niul ore receivinj,' Jnily shipments of Floorinji, Ceiling. Sid- known throughout the country as "Fra up will have much to do with that. Prothe many event he can force a State-wid- e Way ini! nml nil Kinds or FinishiniJ Lumber. Elbertus." He intended to conduct an The response to this request lastyeat Whjfe lights atandards and it has five people, the Danvillians were hopeless hibition plank into the platform to tf on the top and a water investigation of the war and was ac was very gratifying to every citizen. large fourth inning, but the rallied be adopted at Lexington In June. trough on the street side. On the side until, the We have a nice line of WINDOW SCREENS. compalned by Mrs. Hubbard. In the nintlr and succeded in the The Judge is a Republican above He For the benefi of the people, and the facing the sidewalk, is the inscription, eleventh inning by Give us your order und we will send our nirpenter nnd put 0) treated as a joke the annonymous warn- city generally we would like to see us else. lie dees the prosrunning In enough "Presented by J. G. Pulliam, Mayor, ing that the vessel would be sunk by a improve In this particular ever year. scores to beat the local nine. pects of a split in the Democratic rank the screens up for you. Orders (iled ptomptly. 1915," on the north side, "Harrodsburg, Germansubmarine. He Bald he thought Every man on the local nine deserves on the State-wid- e question and la camL. G. Davidson, Mayor. founded by James Harrod in the year perhaps the "Kaljtr's warning" waa credit for the Tuesday game but "St. paigning In the hope of making the 1774," on the south side, "Harrodsburg Lassing" is the one who should division a wide and complete a pos directed against both the Lusitanla and the birth place of Kentucky- - two year Patrick COMING and himself as the "Lusitanla of literaget credit on Little BritiansTeam. The sible. With the Democrats divided, he older than the Nation." It wo. made stood 5 to 4 in favor of Danville. proposes to step in and take ture," as he has referred to himself In the "THE MURDOCH TRIAL" by the Joseph A. Mott Iron Works, score High School Goverior'i chair. Danville The Republican h' writing. Trenton, N. J. and cost $350. Mayor S. S. "To be torpedoed would be a glori-OHerron can be counted on to support their The management of the Hex Theater Pulliam is to be congratulated for hi Veatch way to peter out," lie said, "and hfiVA BPltiri(l for VrlAaV ntirlifr Bourne ticket solidly, simply through a desire P. Mmi liberality and thoughtfulness und theJ Lassing It would be a good advertisement." 2nd Tatem to oust the Democrats. What do the Hth, the great "Murdock Trial", fea- - city i hopeful that hi lead in "giving Bryant Notice! Poultry Mr, Hubbard thought the Kaiser was . Davis 3rd Ware Republicans care for platform declaraiuiiiju tii r lurvnee m in lour of hi substance" lor the beautifying of lurner, peeved because an Americad wrote big 4th Woods tions when offices and fleshpots are in reels. Miss Turner is America' hi home town may be followed by Frank Simpson "Who Lifted the Lid Off of Hell?" C Smith the balance? Cynthiana Democrat. -1- 1-44 foremest actress and the winner in tho In fact, we know L. F, Price 'After the war is over," said he, "I London Time beauty contest. She is others.are contemplating of several Ford who presenting Cogar expect to call on the Kaiser at St. at her best in this masterpiece O. F. Lackey and is memorials and we trust that thev will "I Don't Feel God" . R. F. Helena." Walker Cholera, Gapes. I supported by a notable cast. The pic- not defer the matter too long. Har- Davis Limberneck. Roud. Canker. Thai is what a lot of people tell tuC Umpire L. II. S. Andenon, Danville Charles Frohman, the theatrical ture was written and is directed by rodsburg Lender. Usually their bowels only need, cleansing. :c"ju:.'r;.'7r Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry producer, was also lost. Neither did he Chas. W. Gaskill. On the same night Carew. Plants. Plants, Plants. take seriously a warniug received be- "Fugitive" will be shown in three is shown "Runaway will do tho trick and make you feel fine. fore the vessal sailed that the liner parts, making levsn good reels at the Wq. tti Gumtccd by J. Rku Crime, Bwdilowt, Ky, Price iH it til BnHbu. I have for sale any variety of plants at Roman's Opera llouse each Monday "We know this positively. Take om would be sunk. . "REX" Theater next Friday night. at 15 and 20 cent a hundred, SOLO By tonight. Sold only by us, 10 eta t,1?-- R. "Let them think," German Ambassa. Admission five and ten cent. Night-- See it. Dick William, Route 3 tf E. McRobsrU I Imni R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. Lancaster, Ky. 1 Kj-a- ment immediately before the Lusitanla ELKW. Locnl Editor nnd Mgr. sailed, warning Americana against takregard ing passage on the steamer, Entered tt the Toil mr In Unculff, ed by German in Berlin as fully ex- Mull Matter Hon1CUti oneratlng the German government for blame. Member Kentucky l'rfss Association J, E. ROBINSON. Editor. at Has Commercial Club Endorsement. ky' Washington published an advertise- L, IWell-Know- n ' Express MWIF Company sap- m - v.ii PARTIAL ANNOUNCEMENT R.L Sennleni KSJSSS ii THINGS SCHEDULED FOR SEASON 1915 Hl T.IbOf Hi, Own Condition. i ' nt ... ,,.,, . bTaTaTaTaTaTa?at -. ,.,.,,w... V, ., W I HON. A. O. STANLEY, I SCHOOL NOTES. jR'S L o i a.trtr-llae- . . n y Sale;-Abo- 1 o first-cla- Quarantine Lifted e and my Stook Pens will be under-wate- open to receive CATTLE, HOGS, SHEEP and other stock on o Monday, May 24th. John N. Boss, Prop, i ANNOUNCEMENT. I g I I I g Rough Lumber, Cement. Crushed Stone, Brick, Nails, Builders Hardware i i P P I ft. H. Bastin & Son i T l R Raisers cures iffllr L June" I central Record, Thursday May 13 1915. v ' Page 6 interesting are the Values Being Offered m m In Spring Merchandise, at 1 HF I Eal Miss Carrie Miller is in Richmond visiting friends. Mr. an 'Mrs. II. Clay Sutton wero in Louisville the past week. Mrs. T. J. Cherry of Crab Orchard has been visiting Mrs. It. II. Hatson. Miss Eliza Uon of is the guest of het sister .Mrs, Wm Dickerson. Collier Johnston of Nicholasville was with his frienJ Val Cook for a visit of a few days. Mrs. Ed Walker has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs. Annie Harney in Eminence. Judge L. L. Walker and Jailer Dave ltoss are at French Lick Springs for a stay of a week. Mrs. Carrie Davidson has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs. Z. T. Itice of Richmond. L JL' it l ALL SUITS REDUCED CHOICE A Shipment of Palm Beach Suits just received Going .fast at $7.50 See us before buying your Dry Goods, Carpets, Shoes and Ladies Wearing Appare!. John Deere Corn Planters Gossip About By Test The Best and Most Accurate Planter Made. People Brief Mintion JOHN DEERE AND STANDARD DISC A of the Comlngl and Oolnji LyThott Wt Arc InttrctWd In. HARROWS. None BetterFew as Good. Roller Bearing Rollers Auto Tickets With Etery Cash Dollar Purchase. and Drug Harrows. J. R. Mount, Sou & Co. A WELCOME VISITOR. Miss Anna Martin of Danville is the guest of Miss Kay Acton. Mesdames Lizzie Denny and Mattie Duncan were recent visitors in Danville. Miss Margaret Cook is still upon the sick list with something like malarial fever. Mr. C. W, Anderson is reported quite sick of bronchitis, bein,? confined to his room. r I if Mr Alex West is visiting his daughMrs. T. M. Wilson of Bowling Green ter and other relatives in Nicholasville, where it is known, is a box of our this Week. is here visiting her parents Mr. anJ sparkling ginger air, orange wxla or Mrs. J. It. Mount. Miss Virginia Heazley was in Stanoilier of our carbonated beverages. If II. Clay KaufTman has been in tried any or all of ford for a short visit to her aunt Mrs. you have not yet for a visit to his grandmother, them ymi don't know what a fine treat Wm. Hays. Mrs. Mary Kaufman. Don't keep on you have been missing. Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Haselden daughand ter Miss Jane and son Louis motored to missing It. Order a box Mrs. M. K. Kirby was in Louisville commence enjoying ourteif. the first of the week to see her sister Stanford Friday. Miss Lillian Kinnalrd. Judge It. A. Hurnside has returned Mr. Tercy Burnside is enjoying a from Harlan after a pleasant visit to vacation with his sister, Mrs. J. W. Mrs. J W. Landram. Landram, at Harlan Ky. Phone 202. Mr. and Mrs. Itussell Brown are at Misses Annie Herndon, I'atsy home from a visit to Dr. and Mrs. E. and Frankie Kaulfman were J. Hrown of Stanford. recent visitors in Danville. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Trice were in b Mrs. Frazier Hurt and little son the past week the guests of Dr. Frazier Jr. are in Crab Orchardfor a and Mrs. f P. Grant. visit to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Cherry. Mrs. J. It. Mount left the past week I!) Mi. und Mrs. Roy Asa Haynes of for a visit .o Mr. and Mrs. George A . To INSURE In a Leading Hillsboro, Ohio, are expected this week Mcltoberts of Covington. for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W, Ii. Mrs. James Holtoway and little Mason. daughter of Chattanooga have been Mrs. W. M. Elliott and sons, Milton visiting Mrs. James Ramsey. Such as the Springfield Fire and Marine. and W. M. Jr, motored to Berea SunMrs. Jonas McKenzec and little day CAPITAL. for the State Christian Endeavor (!) daughter of Mt. Vernon were visitors Convention. the past week of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. iii Reverend J. W. lleagle who recently Davis. resigned his charge as pastor of the Miss Geoegia Dunn of this ccunty Baptist church here has accepted a cull was in Ilerea for the State Christian HuMonville. Endeavor Convention and delivered two to the church at Mesdames Anne D. Vanarsdall and interesting addresses. SAVES $25. TO $75. II. J. Mcltoberts and Miss Anne Davis Mr. and Mri. I.uther Foley and aons PAINT YOUR CAR YOURSELF Mcltoberts of Stanford were guests on nature and education an instructor. this group having pictures portraying Messrs Ilarsak, Itussell, nnd Herbert Try OurMobair Top Dressing Saturday of Lancaster relatives. He puts his whole heart and life into model tenements and the work of the No exerience needed. Thousands of Foley of Lexington were recent guests t car owners have successfully repainted Miss I'atsy Kinnuird, of Lancaster, his school work and since he has been district nurses. of Miss Sallie Tillett. j cars with the ARSENAL SYSTEM. and Miss Marv Burton McElroy, of at the heai of our school it has sailed Friday, May 21, will be known as Air. aim .Mrs. Kobert Arnold ami son Lebanon, All colors. are vmting Mr. and Mrs. in smooth waters until it stands today Educational Day, and the session will Cahbull Arnold, and Mrs. Elizabeth the pride of our town and county. A be held h the chapel of the Kentucky Harry Bosley. Danville Messenger. Enamel Your Own Lamps With Liquid Simmons of Richmond motored to Lan- more practical, thorough school would State University. At noon a luncheon Mr. Ware Mcltoberts. who is "mak c ister Sunday for n visit to relatives. be hard to tlnd and those who have the will be served to the delegates and Gun Metal. ing good ' in that southern city, honor of receiving a diploma Mr. and Mrs. Luther Foley, and sons from his visitors by the Woman's Alumnae and Atlanta, is here for a visit to his hands o Lustre undimmed by heat, stays on. of Lexington, and Misses Sallie Tillett aie most fortunate. tho Women's Clubs of the university. parents, Mr. and .Mrs: It.E. Mcltoberts. The matter of teaching music in tho and Marie Ilullurd composed a motoring to Ashland, An automobile ride STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster. Ky. Mrs. Margaret Pearson and sons, of public school has not been overlooked Elmendorf, party to Crab Orchard Springs. Walnut Hall, Castleton, Uarrodsburg, motored to l.ancuster und this department will still be in Kingston and Shakertown has been Mr. V. L. Arnold und family, Mr. Tuesday and wero guests of Mr, A. It. charge of Miss Webb much to the planned for the delegates, who also IE. L. Arnold and family and Mrs. John Denny and daughter Mrs Mattie Dun- gratification of her pupils und p.itrons. will be the guests of honor at a re, Arnold of Richmond, motored to Lan can, ception to be given uy the Lexington caster Sunday and were the guests of Mfs. W. Fox Logan and littlu ton clubs. Mrs. Sam Johnson. BIDS WANTED. The Phoenix hotel will be the official Wm. Fox Jr. of Wilkesbarre, Peiir., The Chautauqua Circle held their last arrived Thursday for a visit to .Mrs. Sealed bids will bo received upon the headquarters for tho convention, and QUEEN meeting for the sdusoti with Miss Het-ti- e Logan's parents Mr. and Mrs. W, II. alterations and uddition to the Gar rani the majority of the meetings will be Robinson at the limine of Mrs. Alex County Court House, Lancaster Ky, on held there. Mrsoii. Walker, discutsing the subject "The or before June 7th 1915 at 1 p. m., at OF THE Tlio Woman's Club of Lancaster will Mr. John M. Carpenter and niece Age of the Child." Golden the County Judges office at Lancaster, be represented by Mesdames W. It. Miss Sara Iteid, have returned after an according to plans and specillcutiong Cook, George Robinson, It. E. McMr. W. T. Short of Richmond motor- absence of a year, spent in Okla., and prepared by Weber, Werner & Adkins, ltoberts, J. E. Stormes, Robert Elkin! ed here tho latter part of the past week Flu. Mr. Carpenter leaves next week of Cincinnati Ohio. Plans can be seen and Misses Nancy Walker und Martha for a short visit. He wus accompalncd fur his home in Red Rock Okla. ut the County Judges ollice in Lanras-- 1 Kuvanaugh. home by his nieces, Misses Mav and Mrs. W. M. Mahun and little son, Vic ter or at the ollice of Architects Annie I'owell who were his guests for tor left Wednesday to visit friends and Owners reserve the right to reject any two days. THE CHRISTIAN relatives in Covington, Chicago and or all bids. j Friends in Lancaster will be interestwill tell you that Decatur. They will also visit .friends ed in knowing (hat Mr. Howard Hoeing in Indiana before they return home. VOLUNTEER CHURCH; WHAT'S THE USE. has been transferred from the city of is just as essential to have GOOD Coal .as it The Teacher's Study Club met with She grew so very portly that she wai Milwaukee to Chicago. He and his Charity Work, is to have good things to cook with in preashamed to go and weigh. excellent wife aro frequent visitors of Miss Amandu Anderson Friday evening. Professor Bohanon of State University It seemed to her as though sho gain Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sweeney. paring a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of The Christian Volunteers will open a addressed the teachers on"Scho9lWaite,j ed at least 15 pounds everyday. A splendid photograph, comprising a anu now me ociioois are r.iimenaung ier menus protested tnat she was so Mission in Lancaster, with headquar-- j good coal at a fair price. family group, representing four genertera at the Davis Tailor shop on Dan-Waste". fat she really was a sight. ations appeared in Saturday's issue of Her waist line grew and grew until It ville street, for the purpose of slum and .Mrs, II. II. Hull of Win Mr. and the Courier Journal, it being MK rescue work, and taking the charity Co worried her both day and night. Thomas Anderson, Mrs. S. H. Ander- chester motored to Lancaster Tuesday It should be Sho bought a longer belt each week, work upon themselves. son, Mrs, Harry Elmore and bright lit- on their way to Crab Orchard Springs, and i(eeply sighed lor days of yore. understood that all donations, either in worth We give Automobile Tickets on every $1. where Mrs. Hall hojws to recuperate. tle duughtet Elizabeth Earl Elmore. money or furniture or houjehold goods WeighShe was accompanied by a trained nurse When of a panatella shape, sho of any kind will remain in Lancaster, The reception by the Seniors and ed one hundred pounds, no moro. Miss Kate Clancy. She read an ad one day which told for the worthy f oor and the local misJuniors of Hamilton College, Lexington, Miss May Akets has returned to her about a fine new fangled cure sions. We are very much in need of held last Saturday evening was pronounced a most charming event, there home ut Sonora, Ky,, after a pleasant Which would relieve her of her flesh in furniture and bedding or anything in manner that was safe and sure. ' household goods, and we ask the public having been as many as three hundred visit to Miss Lillian Cochran.' Miss and to please assist us. All calls will be Invitations issued. Among the mem- Akera was the recipient of much at- She bought some of the Anti-Fa- t promptly answered. Thanking you In took it on her daily rounds. bers of the senior class present were tention while in Lancaster, a number advance, we are yours lit Ills name. being givenln her She took nine bottles, then she weighFony Coupons given with every subscription, Miss Edna Berkele, of this city, and of social affair some very 1000 Adgt. and Mrs. F. M, Holland, ed and found shed gained forty enjoyable Miss Mary Clay Williams formerly of honor, Including Capt. Wahlberg, Div. Sec'y. automobile rides. New or Old. this place. lounds. y Lancaster tling CO. Bot- Kin-nair- d, Dan-vill- ! American Company 2,00,000,00 THOMAS & ELKIIN, Agents. I The following were in attendance from here at th; Christian Endeavor YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Convention at Berea; Mrs. J. A. Amon, i Misses Alice Rlgiicy, Mamie Stormes t Edited llyTlic W(ir.i,( lllbi Dunn. Minn'e Mnv Robinson, Kathleen Ogg, Mary Lee Lear, Messrs Louie Tot (lowers of all kinds for sale at, Tinder, Will Itice Amon, I'aul Elliott, Mi?s Mattie Estes. A spirit of modesty, together with n Glass Carrier, Ilert Embry, Robinson desire to keep peace in the family.keeps Cook, Gowen Bourne, Wallace Cotton, Single Comh While Leghorn Fggs. Harry Itainey, Billy Miller, Wm Kin- us from copying the kind words of the Danville Messenger. We will say how-- ; S. C. White Leghorn stock from nalrd and T. J, Price Jr. ever, it takes a great deal of willpower I'rize Winners at all shows. Eggs Miss Martha 'Ward Sweeney was the as such compliments are very scarce in for sale $1.00 per 15 or $5.00 per 100. gracious young hostess at a birthday "these parts." J. M. Mount. party Monday afternoon, receiving some 30 of her schoolmates at the hours from Occasionally a woman steps out from Notice. 3:30 to 5:30. Tho house was most atthe ranks to receive honorable mention ' tractively decorated, the color scheme for achievement in medical ALL PERSONS are warned that research of pink and white being used quite ef- Madam Curie was not the first, nor will picnics, hunting, bathing, either with fectively. In the center of the tablu she be the last of womankind who is to lor without suits, is not permitted on was a pretty white cake iced in pink be immortalized by such discoveries. ' my proper."'. bearing 13 candles, white and pink. tlpd W. S. Weaver. The faculty of Chicago University, The May-pol- e dance and songs were medical school, has just awarded the used and young Miss Sweeney was 1- -2 1" perd-MOney- -5 per Ct, Howard Taylor Ricketts prize to Dr. crowned queen upon the happy and Maude Slye, medical research worker, mmm Ye ATS eventful ocrusion. who noi long ago auvancen me meory Loans made on real estate. If you that cancer is hereditary. LANCASTER GRADED SCHOOL need chesper money on long time. see me about It. PRINCIPAL AND TEACHERS An outline of the program of the RETAINED. G. U. Swinebroad, meeting of the Kentucky Federation of Lancaster, Ky The outcome of our graded school Women's Clubs to be held in Lexington this year has made an enviable record in May has been issued by the presiand the outlook for next year glows dent, Mrs. It. II. Lacey, of Franklin, SWEET CLOVER. with prospects of unusual brightness, and an exceptionally large number of The great new fertilizer and land-build- er I'rof.M. L. Caneer, together with his interesting and attractive features are equal to alfalfa in hay and efficient corps of assistants have been included for the three days session, retained Tor next year; to this corps which will begin May 18 and will con- pasture, Write for price list of seed has been added a teacher of expression tinue through May SI. The chief and "Free Circular" telling how to in me person ot airs w. K. lodd, of speakers for tbe meeting are Governor grow it. JOHN A. SHEEHAN. Tenn.. who hus had three years experi-- 1 jamcs jj, McCieary, Miss Bosnell. of R, D. 3, Falmouth, Ky. ence in this line of work at Columbia, New York, and Dr. Yorros, of Chicago. Tenn., and comes highly recommended. the two former of whom will speak on The students as a body are pleased (Thursday. May 20, which has been OIL, OIL, ATTENTION that all the teachers will be with us ,iPSit,nltted hs rivi-nv- . f)n this dav. next year, und this alone speaks well a "civic" luncheon will be given at the for these teuchers as it is a great step I'hoenir Hotel with Miss Bosnell and FARMERS. forward to have gained the good will Governor McCreary as the honor guests, I can save you money, can fill your and affection of those over whose and speeches will be made at the conthey weild such u power. clusion of the luncheon by the Governor barrel, or sell you an A. No. 1, steel barrel with faucet, 50 gallon The students, individually and collec and the Mayor of Lexington. That tively, speak in the highest terms of evening a program in lino with "good capacity, at a low figure, and fill same praise of Misses Brashear, Anderson, civics" will be carried out, Miss Bos-nell- 's with the best oil at low prices. Having you from $1 to $2. Tinuer, Ezell, Mortis, Smith, Hatcher, lecture being preceded by an If vou cannot make arrangements Mason and Robinson. "illustrative procession", which will through your merchant, call or phone Among the many able principals of tell in pictures the work accomplised by our school, none have advanced it more each department. Miss Rebecca Aver-il-l, Standard Oil, Agent, J. W. Sweeney, rapidly, or urc entitled to more credit who is at the heud of the PhilanPhor.e 152. Lancaster, Ky. fur it present high standard than the thropy Committee, will be in charge of ... ......... iMtuuiucm. i ... I... ....!... tl rui. r v.aneer is iuy the Philanthropy Department, those in iKcscub The Womans Club r - I' v.. J p g 5 - FARM FOR SALE. I ' ' I i I J THE Farm containing 98 acres, three miles north of Lancaster on the Lexington I'ike, well improved with good stock barn and all necessary out buildiirgs. 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 14 years and is now ready to grow hemp or tobacco. Sixty-fivacres 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. e 3 WHEN MOTORING TO DANVILLE Stop Kitchen at SHOP-PERFEC- T . and refresh yourself at our I Soda Parlor. " ZPorfoci Kentucky, 1 Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g Shop Danville, lacorrorttrd j The Central Tie cord will relievo your indigestion. Msuy oople in this town have used them' and we have yet to hear of a easo where they Lave failed. We know tho formula. Sold only by us 25a a box.'' R. E. McRobsrts 5 iSfi Page. 2 a " .nHv n -j thai It sold tinker a 'Le-e- l Guarantee njmd." How to take ebanees en roa affordMl tllla rctnnlr o acelasl mUl termer w. wm ran The Central Record, Thursday CURE GUARANTEED m . . r ..... mm Mi 3 OP unarara BY FISCAL COURT. The following Is a complete list of (Claims allowed by the Fiscal Court "J" CLAIMS ALLOWED HEALTH 8 DISEASE Bits of Byplay By Luke McLukc Copyright. 1016, the) Cincinnati i 3? 'A la. euarantced niErTrt5 Ibe milr KKrtr ertr pnl P , .. .uu-- ,. r hoar cholera. 11 does Iha worn oeitennan not be .oil on aoch a eirons maraotM. AI All It did rat. It roar hots. telllnc how to DrVlala. Writ lor lht b..lM o" i POULTRY. Thl. rtrpurtitii'nt l comluclM br llnotll I' tlrown. II jrimr Mi. I. are lick, writ him . he will tell yon throiuh title department where II jtaii want a er oiial re- jtinrtrnnhlf Me 1ij eud a itAinped envelope. Sold hj J. R. Mount, Son & Co. Enqulror T" i , ' ajHaL Garrard County at the regular Octolie Term. 19U up tn and including tin April term. 1915. viz: Claims for work on Countv roads (Continued from last week) Claims Allowed Br The Fiscal Court Dec The Oyplay Minstrels. the "Mr. Interlocutor, enn you tell me of the most 111 used portion of the human bodyr "No, Mr. Hones 1 cannot Will xou tell usr "Tho cyo, .Mr. Interlocutor. "And why Is tho cyo tho most III used portion of tho human body, Mr. VIGOR HEAD $10.00 TO INSURE LIGHT A LIVING Head Light will mnkc the season if 1015 at our bnrn, 3 miles below Bufkc e on the Buckeye and Lancaster Dike at the very low price of COLT. Head Light is a hay with white points. G years old, 152i hands high, has plenty of body and natural style and action. He is a great horse and a good breeder. He was sired by Red Leaf 21391, record 220!4, Trial 2:1G, half 1:0014 the sire of Mary 2:28 'A and Red Spite 2:29 H.. He Jfcy C. F. Clay, record 2:18. His first dnm was by Granby, record, 2:10K: he by Princeps. 2nd dam by Blacks Hamiltonian,3rd dam by Red Wilkes 1749. Also at the same time and place will stand our pony, At $10. to Insure a Living Colt. Shelbark Is by Dock Gray, an Imported Shetland and out of Coys Shetland Pony. Shelbark is 52 Inches high, beautifully marked and Is a splendid Individual. He is known as the Webb IJainey Pony. SHELBARK We will also at the same time and place stand our big G year old Jack, GREY TOM at S8.00 to insure living horse mule and S10. 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. RAY & ANION Phone 387-H- . Buckeye, Ky. Averaging about two cents a mile in daily use, Ford cars are a necessity to every business man, doctor, salesman or farmer. And they 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 n good thing high-priceAfter-Service to remember. Buyers will share in profits if we sell at retail 300,000 new Ford cars between August 191-and August 1915. Runabout $140; Touring Car $490; Town Car $C0O; Coupelet $750: Sedan $973. f. o. D. Detroit with all equipment. On display and sale at THE MADISON iNioiti'omTKn Richmond. GARAGE, Kentucky. tii:' alitornia WWj.1 tSW 1 Visit in Don't miss the wonderful opportunity for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c -- 4 San Francisco Exposition San Diego Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via, Panama California Exposition Southern Railway of tho South For full Information, see Ticket Agent. Southern Railway or write B. II. Todd, District Passenger Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville, Ky. To tha Business Men of Lancaster One of tilt most Important things A young doctor, making a statt In a small town, decided that In be prosperous for the poujtryman, is to maintain nml he must look prosperous. He bought a new buRgy and two good horses. Although 24, 1914. increase the constltional vigor of the he had only few patients he always kept on the Jump, attending tn his patients' flock. So much complaint is hnndrd in A. D. Ford Electl n Comr smallest needs. People began tu r.oilce this young itoctnr driving about town $ 10 every year about eggs not hatchft.g and they called him because he tm Wed buy awl prosperous. He got his start L. U Valker Election Comr. 10 a statt that led to a comfortable practice In well and chicks not being healthy. C. A. Kobinson Election Comr. 10 Our town, like this doctor, inuit l"k t riMperous to be prosperous. some cases eggs do not hatch well be Logan Ison magistrate 12 Clean stieets, attractive sto-wihj. ws, well painted buildings and dwelllnjs cause they have not been properly kept John N. White magistrate jive the prosperous air. 12 00 buildings are greatest of these. Correct. Only about two thirds and Incubated. John Ham magistrate 9 00 Don't bra it about tho put. oM shirk! of all the eggs set of or hatch and only J. W. Coldiron magistrate 3 00 Tour record we'll allow about one half or all the chicks hatched What counts Is hotr you do the work (I)ulrli ll.iy PnlnterTrndn Murk) Tou have In hand rlht now. ever raised Claim Allowed Feb. 24, 1914. and pure Unseed oil mi a m ist durable and protective paint that keeps buildings We expect more of the hen than of well painted. These materials tan be miied t suit conditions and tinted any B. F. Hudson for 26C1 bbls corn 79 9: Sure. any of the animals on the farm, she Is color desired. We sell these ingredients ss well as other paint necesOabo What Is tho difference be- expected In a years time to lay saries. Iletter get in touch with us In the interests of prosperity. about Claims Allowad March, 23, 1915 tween an npartment and n flat? five times her weight in eggs, nml this Steve About J:S ter month. G. T. Ilallard for amount overC. C. & J. E. STORMES, Druggists, Lancaster, Ky. is a continuous strain on them, and in paid by him on bank tax order to fierform this task she must be Oh, Thanx. 1913 year 217 GO Dear Luke: In the very best of health. This lack Thero'a on phrase I hear every day of constitutional vigor is not with any Clains Allowed April 6,. 1915. Wherever I happen to stray-- In certain variety or strain but is found hotel and In atreet. And among mixed breeds as much as anyAnderson J, K. account tor coal 2 00 They wherever men meet A Diaw ask. "What dbes Luke McLuke where else, and is nit due to handling Acton Dr. J. M. Pauper Acct 23 00 sayr -- UllU and the surroundings. To have vigor Arnold C. A., Co Judge for 80 They Are. and produce ai many eggs as we want Stationary 15 00 for the money you ov e nnd Says Luke McLukc: "Thcro nro not them to, wo must gjard against Archer T. Claude I da work hlg tome many sura things In this world. Hut note how much more res of the things which tend to lower the g 00 on road hero Is ono of them: 'A woman Is alpertftilly your creditors physical body. Bradley & Gilbert Co Acct 13 40 ways older than alio thinks alio looks.'" The attempt to increase egg producBecker, Ballard & Co Acct 15 95 fo's n man. People aro n great deal you. They like to do I have tiveness is one great mistake. Central Kecord Acct 103 68 alike. St-- Louis Inisinuss with u itinii who bean' a great many people suggest the Conn Bros Acct EG 2i feeding of pepper and other stimulerts Doty W. A. Settling with Sheriff 25 00 lins an account nt the Ever Notice UT A mm wilt cramp his feet In shoes tohens for egg production. Davidson & Doty Acct . This is a 22 EG And brag that he Hears sevens, Garrard Bank & Trust Co. great mistake, for these things are Same Acct 23 G: Dut when at night his ahoea he shoos dislructive to the oviduct, but for the Dickcrson & Kennedy Acct Collins 20 00 Ills feet look like elevens. They know he is doing business In a busiress like way. Better time being will increase it in its work Frisbie P. P. Prem. on Ins. 13 20 open such an account even if your affairs- are not Urge. Thev Names Is Names. of production, but will break down the Farris Will Putting El Booths 5 will grow all right. Clinton 11 Is ono of the few Um.i health of the fows and so irritate the Gilbert Dr. J. S. Acct 05 00 beans In Limn. O. oviduct, the fowl will be a great deol C SO Green Geo. Acct lumber & c & longer in starting on her next cluster Garrard Co Board Education It Looked Like a Staugh. of eggs. The wild jungle fowls, from Acct back tax s "I'm a wit," said a mnid. with a laugh. For tho fellows nit laugh at my chaugh." which our present domestic fowls Garrard Milling Co., Acct 130 C: She was scantily dressed. , Hendrcn Dr. G. M. Acct 50 00 said to luy less than a dozen And tho clrl never cuessed Hudson & Hughes Acct 46 ai That tho men had to laugh at her caugh. eggs in u year.and nowwc expect them '. '' tn lav nt lifit 19fl nr ir,n Hamilton J. W., Co elks Acct 152 b v,-- nn.l . 1, .i y . lu nu"T HDOU1. ,, I , ,rw : i Huselden Bros Acct 78 1 ., , , HIIIW tlllliail IU MIU lllll owiltc m. t ! - T'i", tn aame vigor of the parent stock. ''' Hamilton J. W. Co elk stationery 15 00 In f-- j is anotner way 01 loosing Hurt & Ankerson Acct 11 50 vigor, one should change male birds Joseph Mercantile Co Acct 11 95 Where Is HeT often and in this way import new blood Kemper & Woods Prem on Ins 130 00 About twenty-seveof Luke's read ers havo located tho old fashioned man in the flock. is practiced Kauffman H. C. defending Good. Hut mcstly by exhibitors who wish to re lunatics 20 00 who plays the accordion. what has become of tho nlco young tain in their flock certain show cjuall Kinnaird Dr. J. B. Acct 45 00 man who used lo play tho mandollti? ties. Kellcy Adam repairs jail 1 00 Another mistake made by many Logan H. T. Acct 4 50 Votes For Womenl Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson Notice. As ray husband. L. C Dale, overcrowding the flock or trying; to Acct 22 Co has left my homo and bofird I will not keep too many on a small nrea. If this MasonShelby court Stenographer 70 50 bo responsible for any accounts con must be done, plough or turn over thi by him. nor pay any debts son 01 ten 10 Keep it iresh, ar.il grow 1 50 tracted Jloran Geo. Acct fruit trees or some form of vegetation Morton John P. Acct 15 50 which ho may contract, nor bo 'respon for any Instruments which be on it tlie greater part of tho year. To Moran Geo Acct 5 00 sible f!gn.-may 8. Carrie those who are on fnrms there is no Moran'Geo Acct 1 50 (Kan.) Globe. danger of crowding except in tho hen Marksbury P. B. 113 07 account house. There should be at least two Montgomery Dr. B. B. " 6 C5 Our Daily Special. square feet of floor space to each fowl, McWilliams Dr W. E. " 45 00 The man who never makes mistakes Lack of exercise is another danger. Mason W. B., C. C. Stationery 15 00 never does anything. tlave either the hen house or some Pointer J. W. constable acct 2Q 00 seperate shed for them to scratch In. Ross David, Jailer acct Luke McLuke Ssyst 599 30 In this have straw or hay about Robinson B. P.. Sheriff 25 50 If a girl's hair Is nnttimlly curly sho or twelve) inches deep, and feedeight all Rose Cr B C, account 00 00 Just hates to wear n bat when she NO. goes downtown. grain food in this. Suspend from the Sanders Bros., account s9 SO No matter how fur down and out n ceiling about a foot ubove the fowls Stormes C. C. & J. E. acct 19 10 man may be, he can always truth- head some vegetables so that they will Tliis roynl bred Jnck will innke the f cuson nt my pl.icc nt $10.00 Sanders V. L., account C2 5' fully brag that there was it time jump for them. Remember the work to insure n living colt, $20.00 for Jennet colt nr $10.00 for Jock colt. Standard I'rmting Co., acct 9 50 when he rode In his own carriage. ing hen is the laying hen and the laying Smith Jas. W. account 0 33 When n man wants n new lint he Chief Nnpoleon Is ly Hill Niipoleon, 3rd. No. 11700, 1st dnm Ky's hen is the pnjing hen. Sanders R. W. " 7 30 sees into a More fur two minutes nml Best 2051, hy. John Morgun. Sr., 19") 1. 2nd dnm Joo Blackburn 1431. " Walker. Kemp 2 03 comes out with mi up to date lid on uw dome When u woman wants a by Daisy, 1215. Hill Napoleon 3rd. by Bnutfhman Napoleon, 2nd, he by ew lint she goes Into n store for an Ejection Officers. Nnpoleon 1700, he by old Niipoleon. 143G. Hill Napoleon dam Missour hour and trios on all tho "creations' Arnold, T. A. $ 2 00 Sheriff ud comes out with xotuo up to date SOME TENNESSEE FOLKS Queen, by Senator Beck 2 M0. by Daniel Boone I consider this Arnold T. M. Judge 2 00 ltlH to uso In making over the old TELL HOW THEY WON the best young Jnck I ever owned, He is 15 hands high, ! bluck with Id she Is wearlus. Bourne Wesley " 2 00 A single man thinks lio It up ngulust Iiogie J. O. Sheriff & mileage white points! I will also stand nnothcr fine Jnck, 3 44 It when he comes home with u lum Ilallard C. S. Judge & " 4 12 Slclt people want to bo well Id a ml tins to cbae the tied around tinBrowning R. C. Judge 2 40 hiuj for n while before he can catch " , -,, n Ballard J. H. Clerk 2 00 Hut the real pleasant sanation Is illnesses hnvn their benlnnlne in deJ At S6.00 for Horse Mule and for Mare Mule. Bowling G. A. " 2 04 that experienced by the mnrriil mini IfanKemcnta of tho stomach and dices' He is 15!4 hands high, black with white points ami n fino indi Boian It. C. Jud,je & mileage . 3 44 ho wakes up In the morning with a live tract. asey R. A. " " end mink In his mouth and then 3 44 Marr's Wonderful flemcdy starts in vidual. He was sired by John Morgan 2705 (T. O. Hill's champion .lick) Dotv W. A. Clerk 2 00 iiddeuly remembers that he forgot tu at the first doso to put stomach sur dnm Nannie B. 2053. by Old Beccher, the greatest breeding Jack of his on tho way to health. Tho lint Doty J. P. Judge 2 00 Hike that pair of elbow length gloves fcrersproves time. dose it. " Duncan R. I 00 out of Ids overcoat pocket before he 2 It Is taken with success everywhere, en tu v home. Estndge R. W. Clerk 2 00 That lunging to pay board for the Hero aro tho words of two Tonnoaaee Foley S. R. Sherilf & mileage 3 12 ther half of tho world Is what enures people who hnvo taken it MISS CORA F1SIIKR. 805 Saxon L. E. Sheriff Ford 2 00 the troiiblu for our half of the avenue, Memphis "Have taken your Hurt P. G. Judge 2 01 Kentucky's finest Suddle Stallion will orld. medicine and it worked lliio a char- mHalcomb, B. P. sheriff and milage 3 11 Tho fellow who doesn't know enough baa removed qulto a number of Rill make the seiiiou at my stable, one Halcomb Bob Judge 2 00 to wrlto a caplinl "I" when ho Is atones. It does just as you said It 1 ritlug about himself always know would." innaird J. G. clerk mile East of McCrcarv and six miles 2,00 MRS. W J. WArtD. Sparta. Term eavell A- - D. Judge 00 enough to use u.cupltal "I" when he Is ' 2 East of Lancaster at thu very low price I can honestly recommend your remMount J. R. judge 2 00 talking about himself. edy to all sufferers from constipation The lad who gets a puss ulwuys of arseo Noah, clerk 2 00 Indication knows that the show Is rotten and ul- and stomach troubles. McQuerry J. II. clerk thing of tho past 2 00 ays wonders why tho railroad doesn't seems a Wonderful Remedy with me," $10. to Insure a Livlnij Colt glvea perMayrs ulllns B. G. Sheriff & mileago 3 44 upply n lietter roadbed. manent results for stomach, liver nnd McWhorter E. C He is a rich chestnut in color, about 3 44 Adam blamed It on the woman. And Intestinal ailments. Hat us mui h an t BVjTmM WlrFILWm ointur J. W. 3 41 hen the rest of us get caught we whatever you like. No more dlstrrs WB sW' 10 hands high and weighs nbout 1,200 'oiey J. II, Judge after eating, pressurn of gat In 'he 2 00 can't think of u more original excuse. pounds, with fine mane and lull and Ray E. 11. It must take n hit of coal to wuriu stomach and around the heart. Oct one 2 00 bottle of your druggist now and try It Robinson B. P. Judge & infieage 3 11 the house In which the ladles shown on an absoluto guarante- e- if not satisplenty of bone and substance, with lots Scott II 11. 2 00 In (he cuts In the underwear ndver factory money will bo returned. of natural style. He has racked quarters in forty seconds and stepped just tlsemcnbs live. I.avt time I saw them ' Sechrest B. P. " " 3 41 tho thrrraometer read iiromul ucro. and us fast In harmus, both In trot and pace. Ho is bred in tho purple, being by Tincher Jas Sheriff 2 00 yet the ladles were grouped In the Tatum J. W. Judge & inilcaee He is a full brother to Estelle, by .icalda the great Dorsey Gold Dust, 12052. 3 44! drawing room gossiping nliotit fash Wearen J. P. clerk 2 00 ions nnd sitting on divans In front of Gold Uust, 4100, he by Gold Dust 150, he by Vermont Morgan, huby Justin Wheeler Sim clerk 2 00 open windows rending love stories. Morgan, he byold Comet Morgan. 1st dam I'eavinu 85, by Young Dalmond, he And yet the' most eomfortnbly dressed Claims Allowed April 7th 1915, by Diamond Denmark, he by Washington Denmark. He has proven himself a the lot wore nothing but a pair of of champion breeder and has shown some of of tho best colts in Centrul Kentucky lletlls W. 55. account 0 00 fhoulder ribbons utid uu abbreviated The undersigned hereby give warnas 70 liR-- curtain. Iatln Tele Co, account ing to all persons not to trespass upon ranging In price from $125.00 to $150.00 ns weanlings. His books are filling fast Burnam & Rucker " j to our lands for any purpose whatever as Visitors are wulcomu at nit times. Lancaster Lum & Mfg Co acct 90 fl we will prosecute ail offenders to ful I retain it lien on all colts until season money is paid. Mare transferred Mount J. R. Son & Co, account 30 25 test extent of t s law. Hunters and. or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance and must bu paid ut onco. Care taken to Kobinson J. i,. room rent M. C. CI r,o Fishermen especially take notice. prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur, l'hone 3GI-rj Price Claims Allowed April 9, 1915. Ed & N It. L. Elkln are troubled with heartburn gases and a distressed feeling after eating take I W. It. Cook. Mrs. Hebecca J. West. Mason W. II., cost suit vs city 19 C5 James G. Conn, Ison Logan, II. C. Arnold. Magistrate 42 00 White J. N , 39 00 J. 1. Wand. J, C. Morgan, " Ham John, 45 no Wore and alter each meal tuxbyou will J. H. and W. S. Weaver cbtaJoproBnt rtiU6f.Boiaonly.byu3.2SpJ Coldiron J. W., " 42 00 Wo will add other names for 25 cents (Continued next week.) Horses, Jacks and Jennets for sale at all times. n. E. McRobsrts cash. "Ilccnufo It Is under tho l.isli nil day and gets a good hiding eycry night." "After the killed nml mangled hare been Identified by their rtlaUrcs Mr. 00 H. Ooslo Pypes will render that pa00 thetic ballad 'Don't Throw Away Yotir 00 Light Omn. For Sweet Spring Will 00 Coma Some Day. " e Boncsr IN THE FLOCK. Message No. 4 Phoenix White Lead gvod-pal- . fBi) The Garrard Bank Check - Trust Company 11 I rT"--y- i.in ' n Dalc-Wells- CHIEF NAPOLEON, 5107. - BEECHER MORGAN $9.00 Dorsey .asSaMa Gold Dust, dr. .HTalHh - POSTED u Walker Bradshaw, - Mccreary, - Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday May 13, 1915 4 Page 3 Dr. J. S. GILBERT. OFFICE CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING Otlke Plume fiO Residence Phone 41 LANCASTER. KV. 1st Prize PONY CARTand HARNESS 2nd I ' s IS YOUR if. H. Mntrow, Ormluntc Opllclm. Jliul tU' uiltillMlhtred w Prize P O IN V . IS YOUR NOW !( .'! Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. Chance AND WIN Cban.ee THE BEAUTIFUL John M. McRouerts. H. Clay Attorney-At-La- Kauffman, w OrHreaim Danville Street over PoM Office. Otftc Phono :h. H. J. PATRICK, Dentlt. "Paint Liok. Kentucky j j DrW.E. McWiliiams Physician and Phone 3h7-R- Po as 1st Prize or the Beautiful Pony ,Colt as 2nd Prize. Surgeon. . HUC'KEYE. KY. Prompt Service dny mnl :iitlit J. R.Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR UfllM l Kit National ttank. UwMwtc iimnf 3. OtBcv Phone 21 I.AKCA8TKK. KV. First Prize will be Awarded Saturday June 5th. Second Prize will be Awarded Saturday July 3rd. Phone- m. M. K. Ofla: Dm; nil ur on'a Furattar W. A. Wheeler Andtr -to her II.1.I..H Ql.im anil Ui.a Vt.mi Stnil nf . ilnesday r-from a ten das urn. t. Mr. W. T. Woolfolk. of Lexing- Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ll.iv and little ton. .1.1. ......... f -i J 1,011:11 w.ifi .1... ruv. urc Mr. uml Mrs. J. Hogan Italian! have UHUKnier I iuipv If. Mr. and of Mr. and Mr. Wilbert Kay atNewby returned tome from a visit to Mrs. Marshall due rr ant, at Iuiville. Saturday uml. Sunday. and Mr. ami Mr. W. T. Wmrlfotk tf Doctors Of Denial Surgery. kaiidiDf.TM Hut & PICK THE BEST PROOF Given I YOUR FAVORITE FROM THIS Star. "- I.ANCA8TKK, KENTUCKY. Iiy A Lancaster Citizen. Dr. Win. 'if D. Pryor, Ortke at Itainev Lwierurter. -- Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Time tint strengthened Ha proven the result The testimony U home The proof cwtvineinir. Livery Stable. It chh lw investigated -- Kentucky resklanta. den!. loan's Kidney 1MI were used -- they brought bneht. Th stury was told to I.acaatr r wi the evidence. tailing. teaJitnany by LIST AND TRADE WITH THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS WHERE VOTES WILL IBclr grt MraJ. I.aneiHter, V. I'Minpltrey. : DtmvUtc St. "I suffered a deal from Imekneae ami couldn't sleep well. ()n never' oecasiotw tnv Uaek became m painful ami weHk that I was I pit unable to d mt housework. Manufacturer and Uenlcr in Donn'n Kidney i'iiia nt it E. McKob- helped me crts Drug Store, nml High-Cla- ss from tlw first. I wits soon relieved. Original Designs nml Prompt Ser- (Statement phon March SBlh. 1968-- ) OVKIt TIIItKK YEAUS LATER.- - Mm Convice. Guaranteed Quality. Pumphrey said: "1 liavent had any nections at all Granite anil MarWe kidney trouliie since I ued hoan'a KidOllieo anil Works on ney l'illa with such great lienefit. " Quarries. l'rice 60c, at nil deulern. Don t timp Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays lv ak for a kidney remedy get Doan's Telephone 1(51. Kidney l'ille tha mine lint Mra l'uni- Co., I'ropn. phruy had. I'osUr-Milliur- n Ituiralo, N. Y. HARRY JACOBS Monuments. ly Lexirgtoa. CbnaWltiris Liiiintent. An attempt was made to entar Mr. This preparation is intended specialSaturday niht, C. SI. Dean by Rtitliag in the wiadow of Mr. Dearw ly for rneumatism. lame Imck, sprains Ttw noise awakened him ami like ailments. It ia a favorite witli and trw would b thioved wr frighten- people who are well acquainted with its sidendid qualities. Mrs Charles Tanner ed away. says of it. ' I have found lite rotods4(iBg of the resMlcnes of Wabash, Iwi., the best thing Mr. J Hokur Kallard is getlinir along Chamberlain's Liniment lame back and sprains I have ever nirelv nml Mr. ami Mrs. llallnrd hope for liku a charm and reto liavw it completed by the miklle of usod. It works has been June. Mr. George Sinitli Sr., of Lan- lieves pain and soreness. It my family as well as caster is tlte contractor ami under his used by otliers of of twenty years." itbla supervision the work I being done mjwlf for upwurds 36 and 60 cent bottles. For sale by all It will be one of the spjemiklly. reeklences in eountv wlieu com dealers. putet!. rkne bed-nm- BE ISSUED FOR THE BEAUTIFUL PONY AND CART NOW ON EXHIBITION. Robt M. Graves, A. II. Kstridge. Gladys Conn, hum!-sonie- THE EARLY FLY. Stanford. Kentucky. STRAWBERRY 11 RYA NTS VI LLE The eharminir little Mini arrived several ilays ao. Mr. Dnn Went of Jenuinine. wua the week-enClient of Mr. C. M, Dean. Mr. Tliomin Arnold uf Lancaster spent Sunday with Mrs. II. V. Swope. Mr. W. S. Hoiiper. of Lancaster was Our first offering of the remarkable the i;uvst Sunday of Mr. J. C. Williams Mils Pauline Ilurdette. of HurL'Ill is Mammouth Pearl Potato vUIUiik her sister, Mrs. Herbert 11 rook 8 Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Turner have Everything for Orchard. Lawn and named their little daughter Juanltu. Garden. Mrs. C. C. Decker was hostess at an Write for free Catalogue. No Afits. elegant dinner Sunday to a number of friends. of Mrs. John Crutcblield. H.F.Hillcnmcycr & Sons. Mr. and are visiting Mrs. Hannah II. Lancaster, Lexington. Kentucky, Sweeny. 1915 IS II. Mr. and Mrs. M, 0. Kennedy and Miss Flossie Mae Sutton left Sunday for, a visit to relatives at Corbin. Miliar Jack Williams celebrated his eight birthday Sunday with an elegant dinner to a number or tils friends. Mr. James Kovston of Marksbury is The Sun staying In Dlckerson & Kennedy's store Growlnf Kind during tha absence of Mr. Kennedy. There will be services at the Methodist Bur Uwm from jour local mJ dtalar. church next Sunday morning and even, t supply jtou, writ. us dlrwU lias a" LOUItVHXI IHO OO ing. by the pastor, He v. H. M. Lee. PLANTS d Fruit and Shade Tres rBuy Gold Mtdtah SEEPS (Ur. W. K. McWilllams, of Buckeye has added u contribution to the fly campaign in the following poem). p Veterinary oiirtjcon. ay uicon to swat. i, etermary It comes before the weather's hot. Graduate inciunntt AnJ rit nround anJ files ,u College. and lays at least ten million eggs, Olllce at W. It. Iiurtcn's Sale Stuble.; And every egg will bring a Iiy i to urive us crazy oy anu uy. Night I'hone 'JU. Oh! every tly that skips our swatters will have live million sons and daughter And countess first and second cousins . BUCKEYE and aunts and uncles.scores of dozens. And fifty seven billion nieces So knock the blamed thing all to pieces Mr. W. II. Oulley nnd family were j And every niece and every aunt. visitors In Madison Sunday, Unless we Bwat them so they can't Miss Wilma Itay of llerca wa with Will lay enough dodgasted eggs, her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joo Itay to fill up ten live gallon kegs. recently. And nil these eggs ere summer hies and brother Charlie Miss Airu Kurtz will bring forth twenty trillion flies spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. And thus it goes, an endless chain Hugh Kurtz. So all our swatting ia in vain. Mr. Krrdrlc Harvey of Korea College Unless we du that swatting soon was the guest of Mrs. Mat Harvey the In Mnytimo and In early June. lirst of the week. So men and brothers let us rise . Mr. and Mra. llascom llrown of gird up our loins and swat the flies! Winchester were with his parents Mr. And sisters, leave your cozy bowers and Mrs. L. K. llrown Sunday. where you have wasted golden hours, Miss Mamie Calico of Richmond With ardor In your souls and eyes. gueit of her Roll up your sleeves and swat the flier. Normal was the week-enparents Mr, and Mrs, Ambros Calico. fJUllll ltllll .... 111. M rKHV II UtniiJ, ! V I !' II! pearly - The following boys and girls have expressed a desire for the ony uml cart and they ur their friends have enIn tered their names as contestants trading with the dilTerent merchants and business men. whoso names appear below till', be sure und get a coupon anu Note for your favorite, t'earl Crutchtie'd J. U. Manuel Jr. V. A. Lear, Jr. Isabelle Terrill, William Itenner. Fannie Tinsley, James Dorwin SenU, Hen Itankin, Mary lilanche Conn, Johnnie Vanhook, ilaby Sister Cancer, LVlwin Kirk, illium Kmbry, Cliaa. ilastin, Lyle 1'rullt, ''ranees Grunt, Virginia t'eari Walker, Aluene Thomas, Bessie Grant, Mamie V. Davis, Clarence Hall, Kliiabeth Conn, Loudella I'eace, Allie Urummett, J. 0. I'ogie, Jr. John "Ked" Smith, Nelson Conn, Willie U. OanieN, Elsie Brown, Hellefia I'erkins. Leslie Sherrow, E. J. Oaks, Jr. Wilinoth Sutton, Henry Shelby Fish, Rutli Lane, Clinton Ruble, Currie Sutton, Eivell Ledford, Ida Sowder, Homer Moberly, Eiisha Cheatham, Earl Word Clark. Grace Fathercill. Lucy V. Long, Raymond Cox, Margaret Doty, David Hamilton, George Brown, Jane llrown, Elsie Clark. Harry llrown, Ethel Clara Dudderar, Marie Clark. m Be sure and ask for coupons at the following places. The "Rex" Theater, Good Pictures and Good Music, . C. Gaines, Nothing but Insurance. R. . McRoberts, Drugs and Paints. J. W. Smith, The House of Quality. Davidson and Doty, Groceries and Meats. Joseph Mercantile Co, Dry Goods and Ladies Garments. Denny and Wheeler, Dental Surgeons. Haselden Bros, Everything in Hardware. Miss Minnie Brown, The Latest in Millinery. The Central Record, 1,000 votes with each Subscription, new or old. ar Ready-To-We- d new I ltd andMain LwilavHU, Ky. Whooping Cough. Mr. and Mra A, C. Miles and Mr. Willie P. Long wero with friends and "About a year ago my three boys had relatives in Nleholasville Satuaday and whooping cough and I found ChamberSunday, lain's Cough Itemedy tha only one that Mr. and Mrs. Walker Iiradshaw and would1 relieve their coughing and whoop children were the guest of her parents ing aptlls. I continued this treatment Mr. and Mrs. T, 0. Hill Saturday and and was surprised to find that It cured Sunday, the disease In a very short time," Mr. Smlllie Hill and Miss Ha Hilt writes Mrs Archie Dalryple, Crooks- I Miss Mayme Lee Ualtard came home, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. vllte, Ohio. For sale by all dealers. 1 if, Page 8 J2 The Central Record, Thursday May 13, rel&QL:' 7 r 1 Beginning' Tuesday, May 11th and Continuing Tor Eleven Days We will Offer Hundreds of Tailored Suits, Wool and Silk Dresses, Spring coats, Raincoatb, Etc, at Especially Low Prices. SALE ENDS MAY 22nd. Our lines of Ladies Garments are in excellent shape as our stock wa's renewed by a second trip to the markets in April, so while ou get the advantage of "end of season" prices, you have the selection of the very latest styles in the market y. 1 to-da- S9.75 TAILORED SUITS At this price we will ofler choice of a good i assortment of this seasons suits. Shepherd Checks and colors in a variety of cloths and styles and none worth less than $15. S13.7S TAILORED SUITS Another lot of still higher grade suits made in many materials and all absolutely Values from in shape and colors." "up-to-da- For this Sale we offer more than Fifty Newest style Light Weight Wool Dresses a t Exactly S9.75 SILK DRESSES At tnis very reasonoble price we nffer choice of about thirty new silk dresses, in Crepe Meteor. Tafietos, Crepe de Chenes, Checks, Etc. $13.75 SILK DRESSES $19.75 up. HALF PRICE. $10.00 Dresses at $5.00 $15.00 Dresses at $7.50 $17.50 Dresses at $8.75 X This lot is well worth intention as it is com posed of about forty of the most attractive medium price silk dresses we have ever shown. The materials are Crepe Meteors, Failles and Crepe de Chenes in Black, Hose, Dlues. Navy. Putty. Etc $19.75 TAILORED In this Ipt are all the very finest grade of All the very best AFTERNOON strictly Man-Tailor- suits. DRESSES SUITS materials and best colors. $25.00, $ $23.75 At this price we will offer all our finest Wool and $35.00 Tailored Suits $30.00, We have in stock n number of very beautiful afternoon dresses Mostly one of a kind which we will offer at decided reductions for this sale. The prices of these ranged from .125.00 to fCS.OO. Come early for choice of ' these. SKIRTS tailored suits SILK SUITS suits, that sold at $35-00- , $37.50, $40.00 and $45.00 Nothing finer can 6e had. Our stock of these is limited and we advise an early call. $1.98 'at $5.00 We offer a small lot of all wool skirts that sold to $10.00 originally, at choice for. $1.98. 9 We have just received some very desirable We offer choice of Forty Suits from last season, made by Finest Tailors In Cleveland and New York. Were $20.00 to $35.00 WASH SKIRTS styles of Navy and Black Taffeta Silk tailored suits at 125.00 and $35.00, NOW $5.00 We call special attention to our line of Wash Skirts at $2.-5- 0 WOOLTEX to $7.00. These are the only really SHIRTS ever put on the market and are tailored as only Wooltcx will do it. K $10.00 Double- - Texture Silk Canton Raincoats in Navy, Black and Tan, $25. Finest Spring Coats for this sale $15. Spring Coats for this sale $12.75 $6.75 We have a few very fine dressy styles In Lace Waists, In creams, blacks and colors that sold at $10:, $12.50 and $13.50 and offer these at choice for $6.98. Fine Spring Coats $20. Lace Waists $6.98 $18.75 Spring Coats for this sale $10.95. We "WIRTHMOR" WAISTS and the "WEL WORTH" WAISTS, the wonder waists at $1. and $2. fi NEW STYLES COME IN EVERY WEEK. A. : B. ROBERTSON & BEO. Danville, Kentucky. i PAINT LICK Mrs. Iiurdettu Ramsey was hoit at a dining on Tuesday. Mrs. A. II. Estridg 8 "J daughters were in Uerea Saturday shopping. Miss Mattle Woods, of Madison Institute spent the week-enwith her home d yeople. Mrs. Ann Robinson of Lancaster, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. James Francis. Mrs. Fannie Walker, of Lancaster, was the guest of relatives here the for the past ten days returned to past week. their home in Chattanooga Tenn, on Miss Mary Lear is in Louisville for a Wednesday. visit to her friends, Mr. and Mrs. Messrs Patrick. Carman and Der.ny Charles Knight. returned Wednesday from a ten days Mr. and Mia. E. L. Woods, Misses fishing expedition on Rockcastle river. Sallie Woods and Annie Iteid motored A complete edition of their latest and to Crab Orchard on Friday. largest flsh stories will shortly appear Mrs. George Rouse and Mrs. Uufus in book form. Lyle of Paynes Depot, were the weekend guests of Miss Jtanette Kldridge. Sick Headache. Mr. and Mrs. Tom tagsden and Miss Geneva, were the guests of Mr. Mrs A. L. Luckie, East Rochester, Logsden's parents in Urassfleld, Satur- N. Y., waa a victim of lick headache Sunday. day and and despondency." caused 'by a badly Rev. W. M. Eldridge filled the weakened and debilitated condition of Presbyterian pulpit in I'inevllle, Ky., tier, stomach, when she began"taklng Sunday, his own pulpit being tilled by Chamberlain's Tablets. She says, "1 Rev. Telford, of Richmond. found them pleasant to take, also mild time I Mrs. Mittie Arnold, who has been and effective. In a few week upending several weeks wlthherdaugh-tor- , was restored to my former good health" lm Mrs. RunMte Ramsey. left Wed For sale by all dealers. nesday for her home in Anderson Ind. Although the crowd was not as large as hoped for at the Ice cream supper ' Friday evening, a nice sum was realized and a delightful evening was enjoyed. Mrs. W. 1!. Eldridge and Miss Jean- eiie ciuriuge were ,11031s ai a uiniug on Saturday in honor of their guests' Mesdan.es Rouse and Lyie of Payne s Depot. Mrs. J. N. Hollowav and little daughter. Francis Terrill, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Uurdette Hum-s- by acquainting him of the fact that they were going to send him. to the Southern Baptist Convention which Mr. Johnson Speaks is improving. meets in Houston Texas this week. He Mrs. Julian Spivy whohas been quite left Monday. sick is improving. Mr. Jas. Mayfleld of Jessamine spent People Ask Us v r last week with friends here. What Is the best laxative? Years of experience in selling all kinds leads us Mollie Spivy and children reMrs. to always recommend turned from Louisville Saturday. MT. HEBRON Subscribe for the Record and you receive 10 0 0 votes in the pony contest. STOP AT OUR L.&N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Kjr. The farmers are complaining of a scarcity of tobacco plants in this locality. Little J. P., son of Mr. and Mrs. very low Leonard Crank, who is improving at this writing. Mr. Jess Rowling and son Ed were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W S. Rowling the latter part of the week. Misses Edith and Rernie Montgomery are with their sister Mrs. Jas. Hamilton at Hamilton Valley for a visit. Messrs W. L. Grow and L. E. Speaks delivered some hogs to Mr. V. A. Lear last Friday at 7 cents per pound. Miss Del Montgomery of Ueuna Vista spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents Ml. and Mrs. W. li. Montgomery at Lock no.' 8. Messrs Job Marsee and Edd Grow sold to Mr.' Lear their lambs for June delivery at 8J cents per pound. Mr Marsee also sold some sheep at 6 cents per pound. The, churches for which Rev. J W. Mahan is pastor surprised him lat week has-bee- as the safest, surest and most satisfactory. Sold only by us, 10 cent. R. E. McRobtrts Arrive. No 10; a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & LouUvilla; at Winchester with C & 0 to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Deattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast GARAGE When Good 50 in Danville Are You a Woman ? Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Complete line of Tires. Everything in Automobile Accessories. i Til FM Cardui Woman's Tonic SALE AT ALL Prestollte Senrce MITCHELL & train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m, To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Rowling Green, and at Uardstown Junction to SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 124, Bardstown MWiSTS & Springfield. sure a living colt. Will also at same time and place Ud .TKAV1NE HORSE at $10.00 to Insure a living colt. This stock will stand" at W. I". Deih- on's farm on the Crab Grchard pike 6 miles from Lancaster,, Ky. Mares grazed at. $2. per month. Care taken to prevent accidents, but pot responsi ble should any occur,. (S Black Jack with white points, 8, years old, 15 hands high, fine breeder and great individual. A Jack of fine bone and action. Will aland at 10.00 to in is BUCK VARNON , No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Dristol & Atlanta. Danville, Ky, . W. P. Deshon.