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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 20, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915052001_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 20, 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. PURE REMOlOh, UNI A R If18 11 ED DEMOCRACY TWF.NTT SIXTH TEA NTRAL RECORD. AND 0001) GOVERNMENT LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 20, 1915. He ft KUNBKR 7. booster. In the l'ony Contest. SHOULD BE APPOINTED. NEW ENEMY To Farmer Makes Its one of the most and' Rot popular newspaper men In the state Subscribe for the Iteconl and will become President of the 1,000 votes on the pony and cart. Kentucky Tress Association in June, Is Wo have the lloone Way nailed down, nn applicant for tho postmastershlp in his home town, Nlchotosville, and should now Iet'i Ret the Dixie. be appointed. The Kentucky Press is Join the Commercial Club and let's for him to a man and his appointment keep Lancaster on the mop. would be a.popular one. Here is hop' ing he will land It In a walk. If you do i't think The Dixie High way will help Lancaster, Ret posted. Ladies of Methodist church will serve Commissioner of Agriculture, John Ice Cream, Strawberries, and Cake at W. Newman was in Lancaster last Court House, May 24. Saturday and spoke in the Interest of Come to tho Court House on court his candidacy for the democratic day for Ice cream, strawberries and nomination for Governor to a small cake and help a good cause. crowd In the afternoon. Though small his audience was an appreciative one, FOH SALE: Automobile In Rood con yet we think Mr. Newman made quite a No dition. Will sell at a bargain. number of votes during his short stay use for two. Apply at this office. In the city. He was accompanied by Strawberries, Ice Mr. Harry McCarty and Mr. J. II. Fresh home-growAnd Stears, of Nichclasvilie, Cream and cake. Good? yes. the former Methodist measure , at Court House being his campaign manager. Mr. Newman was introduced in a very happy Monday, May 21. style by Mr. G. I). Swlnebroad of this Ak for coupons Mr. Jim Stears, Appearance. NEWMAN HERE. The cut worm, whose activities have been rendered very active by the late cool weather, Is receiving material assistance by the appearance of another w o r m, whose are much more disastrous to the farmer than the former pest. The new worm is smaller and darker than the cut worm, but his work Is none the less effective because of its size. The latter goes about Its work In a methodical and effective manner, and the result has been that in many In stances entire fields of corn were de vastated and replanting necessitated. A submission of a specimen of the new worm sent to the Experimental Station ravages Innhli ur)ilrVi. mnlrnc tor. constructed pnllrnlv of steel nnri mnl. If . l ArA Can ""..lit.... ukb mil. (irttmlnl Dnnnall iviuillft vjuilivit- uui uauiki jLiuuiib The Pivot Dodge nnd I'endiiluin movement of the filings ure new nnd nttroctivc fentures nnd Insure cosy nvKanllnniillii cfrnnit v,.ni.wp..u.lu.j uiiuiiD, and suggusted the use of arsenate of lead as a spray for Its eradication, and when replanting became necessary, the treating of the seed to a solution of coal tar, which is peculiarly objectionable to worms and insects, and would at Lexington brought the Informatirn that It was known as a "web worm". IIP The first stroke of the brush will prove the superior covering ciate tbo difference In spreading a paint composed of: and the paint you have heretofore been using. U1 yU flBd W'V Lead! n0r w of sSchVcavy Ed 80,'t; Lead and 20 hidinel Zinc you find PlInt that wePaMr fcT'l1 we.U you do.n,ot wyer ke Kurfees paint, for the simple reason sufficient Lead to make them cover. You know f ver and J0U "Pect " If vn,? get Kurfee; repaint Ha.ny Ball,on.3Aor linndling. The latest improved mnchinc of its kind on the market Auto Tickets Ask for them, . PREACH.NG AT ML HEBRON. city. Itev. J. I. Wills, ot Ueattvville. will FISHERMEN'S DELIGHT. preach at Mt. Hebron the fifth Sunday in May. effectually prevent their lavages. However, their work has alread) been accomplished .P,&,0ut5l!(V8 are The public Is cordially invited. COINN Live nnd Let Live Folks. BROTHERS S S STRAWBERRY SUPPER. The Ladies Aid society of the Pleasant Grove church will give a strawberry supper on Tuesday evening May 2.1th. in the church yaid. Admission 25 cents, everybody cordially invited. PROLIFIC BREED. s rj We are showing this week some of the ? & r newest things in Panama 2nd Hemp Shapes, Also have made big reduction on all Mr. C. A. Wearren owns a sow that is now raising twelve pigs and he in- forms us that within the iait twelve months this sow has produced and rais ed twenty-nin- e pigs. Some sow. STRAWBERRIES. Have your strawberry suppers, as soon as possible. If the drouth con tinues, strawberries will last onlv a short time. Will make special prices to schools, churches and lodges. Walton K. Moss, phone 354 P. rv Spring Hats. 97frs ftella jrfrnoM Jrancs. DG WILL MAKE GOOD. The friends of Miss Carrie Ueid, and thev are many, will be glad to know that she has accepted a position in Mr. J. U. Dickerson's dry goods store. where she will be glad to see her friends and at the same time Interest them In something Uiey may need in this line. Mr. Dickerson has made a wise selection in securing the services of Miss Carrie and we feel certain she will make good in her new work. and In many Instances farmers have cut up and entirely replanted their fields, and It is During the last two weeks more hoped that the appearance of warm fishermen have been abroad than was weather will serve to eradicate these ever known in this county, and many pests. good "catches" have been reported, though we have heard of no catches SEVERE EPIDEMIC of bBss to any great extent. Recent rains In the upper rivers, and the nest- Of Baseball Fever Developing In Connty ing period being at hand having preThe usual epidemic of base ball fever vented the latter species from taking has developed in the county, and the the hook freely. Operations have been rural teams are organizing and are confined for the most part to the ponds. sending challenges to the world at and those who cared for this sport have large, and more especially to their old been unusually successful. On last Saturday fully two hundred persons, enemiss in the adjoining counties. There is some splendid material in the men, women and. children from all over various country teams, several of whom the counties gathered at the two big have been utilized to the very material ponds, the old "Nevius" pond on the assistance of the local school team, and farm now owned by Mrs. A. J. Caddell, in turn, the country boys secure the and the Conn pond on the farm of Mr. service of local ringers to assist them m Hay, both on the Kichmond pike. in their Saturday afternoon battles. and immense strings of "bream" and What a pity we cannot hve some kind an occasional "newlight" rewarded of a league in this pait of the state to their etforts. furnish food for the base ball hungry These people charge twenty five people of the section. There are more cents for each person fishing, and the small amount but poorly remunerates "fans" to the square inch right herein Lancaster than any place else on the them for the trampling of their grass globe, and yet we never have the and the tearing down of fences and pleasure of seeing a contest, save the gates by the hordes of persons bent on creditable exhibitions occasionally stag' luring the finny tribe. ed by our school teams, or the colored team, the latter being the best in this Paint, you to palnVnor wm 'ou wouId ot ih Jb Job so soon. '1 the, whitest white; makes the whitest houses; good and permanent. Let us figure on your Job. SOX Lead and 20V Zinc ""ny ! We are headquarters for HOUSE PAINT (3 j j 1 oij uacci ncu Done Pony tickets given on all cash sales. 3L 31 both Inside and out. The outside White that is White. Id G. M. LYONS BUSY CASH STORE. A. C. LIGHTFOOT Walking Knight ol the Grip Here Monday. A. C. LIghtfoot, globe trotter and walking knight of the grip was here Friday on his miles monthly tour for the a Lexington Sher-a-Coc- 3E - GO TO - V firm. Dickenson & Carrier FOR THE FINEST EVER. Dry Goods, Shoes and Groceries We pay the highest market price for Country Produce. Ask for tickets on the Automobile. Ui i ini mv Mr. Walton E. Moss, who is the king of strawberry raisers in this or any other county, remembered this office with as fine a lot of this delicious fruit as we ever stuck our tooth in and we desire to express to him our thanks thence is Lexington. for his generosity. His berries are superior this year to any he has ever grown and he is well "THE DEEP prepared to supply your wants In this Romans Opera House line on the shortest notice. That Mr. Romans ths public with his BIG DELEGATION. No more enthusiastic delegation over left a city to boost a good thing than the one that left yesterday for Chattanooga to boost the Dixie Highway for Lancaster and Garrard county. That these bo) s will be beard from goes without saying, for they are load ed for bear and they propose to bring the meat back with them. They took the Cincinnati special train at Danville and the following went; J. E Stormes, L. G. Davidson, John M. Farra. J. S. Haselden, J. L. Gill, W. Smith, It. U Elkln. Joe J. Wal LIghtfoot holds the record as the World s champion walker. In his walking tour around the world which he made In one year and 183 days, he broke the world's record as a globe trotter. He has a record of one mile in five minutes and fifty seconds. From here he went to Richmond part of the state. It would only require the efforts upon the part of some one with sufficient interest to organize a splendid five or six club circuit in the surrounding towns, and such a league would be liberally supported and we believe given ample financial assistance to give at least one exhibition a week in every town in the league from now until snow flies. However, everyone is too deeply interested in either politics or the "lioone way" or Dixie highway to turn their attention to base ball. DRY WEATHER Necessarily Aids "Cut Out" Of Tobacco. There are scores of things you have yet to make for the Summer. Don't forget to visit the Busy Cash Store and see the beau-tiflines of Summer goods that areondisplay Remember the smallest member of your family, girls and boys are 'as well provided for as you. Give us a call. ul PURPLE" Saturday Night. is pleasing the G. I pictures of the World Film Corporation is evidenced by the fact that his house is crowded when- SPRING TIME is KODAK TIME. ever the wonderful pictures are beings shown. The special picture, "The Deep Purple" that is billed for ne?t Saturday night, is said to be by far the best of any of this company's films. It will be gratifying to the patrons of this house to know that Clara Kimball Young is featuring in The Deep Purple, and this fact alone should tax the capacity of his house. Eastman Kodaks and BROWNIES at ker. DENTISTS TO MEET. MYSTERIOUS Renowned Spanish REA NYE" Teller and Opera Fortune McROBERTS. Let Us Develope Your LL films Cheap. ANNOUNCEMENT. We carry a complete line of Rough Lumber, Cement, Crushed Stone, Brick, Nails, Builders Hardware and are receiving daily shipments of Flooring, Ceiling. ing and all kinds of Finishing Lumber. Sid- - 1 We have a nice line of WINDOW SCREENS. Give us your order and we will send our carpenter and put the screens up for you. Orders filled ptoinptly. ft. H. Bastin & Son The Kentucky State Dental Associa tion will meet at Ashland Ky., June 8, House Saturday and All Next 9, and 10, which, on account of being Week. part of in the extreme North-easter- n the State, bids fair to be the largest The talk of Lancaster this week will meeting ever held, as there will be many visitors from Ohio, Virginia and be "Hea Nye" the little Spanish lady, Kentucky has the most who with her renowned fortune telling West Virginia. progressive organization of dentistry act, has mystified a greater part of the of any state south of the Ohio river, world and who will appear at Romans and the meeting at Ashland will be one Opera House Saturday and all next of unusual importance as it will have a week. Miss Nye's act is different from any late planting. progressive clinic composed only of men Corn ia looking splendid, and as vet of national reputation. No dentist In thing that has ever been to Lancaster and before the week is over every man, is not suffering for rain, and aside from this state who desires to give his patients the best in dentistry can af woman and child will be talking about the ravages of "the allies", the cut worm and the web worm, both of whose her and her wonderful talent. ford to miss this meeting. She forecasts the future of any one that ravages have been remedied by second desires to consult her and on Saturday planting, to a great extent, is by far LET HIM RAVE! afternoon May 29 will give a matinee the most promising crop of the farmers What are the wild waves saying, especially for the ladies only at which of this section. Renewed interest has been taken on slater? And what is Shelton Saufley time she will answer privately any saying brother? question the ladies ask her. No men in the hemp raising industry In this county, and the acreage exceeds that "The good roads boosters of Garrard will be present at this time. county are understood to be making a "Hea Nye" will not give any private of many years. Hemp seed Is also hard fight to have the route run through readings during her stay in Lancaster coming in foi considerable attention, Lancaster; but as the main Wilderness but will tell your fortune free at and tnauv farmers have in several trail did not go through Lancaster but Romans Opera House all week. She acres, from which they expect to realize came direct from Crab Orchard to will also give "psychic readings" Sat handsome profits. Stanford, thence to Danville and liar urday night and on Friday night will Plants. Plants. Plants. rodsburg, It Is not believed that the forecast Lancaster for the next five I have for sale any variety of plants efforts of the Garrard county men will years. amount to much." The opportnnlty of seeing this re at 15 and 20 cents a hundred, Dick Williams. Route 3 No, the etforts of the Garrard county nowned woman and her mysterious tf men didn't amount to much, the only taieni uispiayeu may not nappen again, Don't you remember "CLARA thing we did was to get all the lioone and all who desire or enjoy the mysteries YOUNG, the Yitagraph favorite? Highway we wanted and what was left of presents, past or future explained or over we gave to Logan Ave. and How told should attend this performance at I See her Salvday NkU ii "Deep Parile" ' land. a featare of World Fila Cor. Open Houe the Opera House Saturday night. Psychic Reader at Romans The prolonged dry weather of this spring has materially, but not inten- tianally aided the cut out of the tobacco crop in Garrard county, and what in early part of the year promised to be an unusually large acreage of tobacco will be of a necessity materially diminished. There is a great scarcity of plants throughout the county, in many instances beds being complete failures owing to continued dry weather, and it is only an occasional farmer who has sufficient plants to set the acreage which he had originally intended to plant. Many farmers have already planted the land in corn which he had originally intended to set In tobacco. The blue grass seed crep, an industry which has been very prolific in this county, and very profitable to some of our farmers, will be almost a complete failure, and some of our buyers who have been accustomed to send ont from ten to twenty stoppers, will not take the field this season, as they claim the yield will not justify it. Oats, also, is materially injured by the prolonged dry weather, as are timothy meadows, the latter in many instances, unless rain comes soon, bidding fair to be complete failures. Forward wheat is looking well and bids fair to make a tairly good yield, but It is feaied that the dry weather will materlally-curtai- l the yield of the M. LANCASTER. - LYONS. KENTUCKY. ICZZ3I 1CZ ASK HEA NYE Qof nrrlnTr onrl oil e-v- r 4-- Ttroalr AT ROMANS OPERA HOUSE The Only Palm 1 3 aummiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiK Reading Act On Earth. Who will I Marry? Will I ever be Rich? Is My Sweetheart True? COME, FORTUNE HAVE YOUR TOLD FREE. I IWt ADMISSION Friday Miss Nye will forcast the future of Lancaster for the next five years. SATURDAY, MAY 29 at 3 o'clock p. m. Special Matinee for Ladles Only. KifkL fwgtt lie Set of Dishes to be Girea Away Satardar 5 and lOcts. No Increase. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday May The Standard Shin Remedy Lancaster, Ky. 219 Children D. D. D. all Skin Troubles Relief for Instant R. E. McRoberts. Dnigitfst, PRESCRIPTION Children's Night at Our Forthcoming Redpaih for IS years Chautauqua tJVFmVcIier's h HIETHBflf m Ell EsslHslllllssflsssBflssBLl BltHHPB tj easlllllllllH LssLsfl TIio Kind Yon Ilitvo Alwnys Ilonght, ntitl which Ims i,Ccn in uo for over HO jours, liiit horno tho Mgtmttiro ot anil Ims liccn mitilo under Ms per-koiihI Mipcrvlslon xlnro Jt Infancy. --&iSyy&c6i-t( loilccclvn you In this. Allow no ttro lint All Counterfeits liiiHnlloiiintiil '.Tiist-ns-goeiiiliuiger tho rlmi-ii- ' Kxpc of Unit trlllo ltli ami lufupts mid Clillilrcii Kxycrlunco iigalnst KxpcrlmcuU , C-tor'- x :: What is CASTOR I APars for l BMsttaLa...i..r,i l.Tm.i. r,i1 Wat ...... ..an HEAD SIO.OO TO INSURE LIGHT. A LIVING COLT. Head Light will mnke the season of 10!5 at our barn, 3 miles below Buckeye on the Buckeye nntl Lancaster pike at the very low price of oti f Oplir.u, lorplilno nor other Nurrollu i . lis nt'i Is It Ktiitninteo. It ilextniy Worm I I'or litoro than thirty yearn It t wr. !it;e-s- . ) I it I : eoiiv;.int tiso (or tho relief of Constipation, A.Itnl (ol'.f, nil Teetlilntr Trimble and j ;...-.- ' '. i. U re"iilatei tho Stotuaelt nntl Itowols, s ti 'i rood, gmnsr nsslml' aim natural bleep. TIio Cliilurcn's I'ltnncfii TIio ?Iotlier'n 1'rlciiil. . fci , , rt i i it li.irinli'Mi uttlislllttlo n tl Smitlilnu: Syrups. Cnsfor Oil, It Is plcaant. It , GENUiNE CASTORIA Beura the Signature of ALWAYS Head Light is n bay with white points, 0 years old, 1554 hands high, has plenty of body and natural style and action. Ho is a great horse and n good breeder. He was sired by Red Leaf 21391, record 22614. Trial 2:16. half 1:0G4 the sire of Mary He by C. F. 2:285 and Red Spite 2:29 Clay, record 2:18. His first dnm was bv Granby, record, 2:lf)K: 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, LLLLLLLLhLLLLLhI hHIhmbk ' vssW k iJBBsssn bLLLLLhTiu I r In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought. "'f sMassir.isMsni iflarln 1510 c iu d c tfftws At $10. to Insure a Living Coit. SHELBARK FEATURES OF THE TABER PROGRAM. Shelbark Is by Dock Gray, an Imported Shetland and out of Coys Shetland Pony. Shelbark is 52 inches high, beautifully markHe is known as the ed and is a splendid individual. Webb Ilainey Pony. We will also at the same time and place stand our big 6 year old Jack, TAKER, GREY TOM at $8.00 to insure living horse mule and $10. to insure living mare mule. Money due when mare is traded, sold or bred to other (stock. Will use every means to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. n magician of fifteen yearn' experience. "Ill tie In charge of Children' Night Ht Die forthcoming here. Hut. while especially for children, bis program will he filled with surprise anil fun fur old nllku. The Instantaneous production of flowers and showers of silk comprises one of the feature) of the first part of the evening. There are also experiment In ra called splrltualWm. Talnr" cnhluet tricks never fall to astound hU audiences. A committee Is brought to the plnlform conltlng of locnl people. One of the committee ties Tatar's bands securely to rings at each end of n tutr which lias first been passed through an opening at the top of n post. With his hand thus securely fastetKsl. the curtain Is drawn. Soon cowbells begin to Jingle and strange noles are beard within the cabinet. Then the cabinet Is ocnrl atid the magician Is seen tied securely Just as the committee left him. A member of the committee Is then taken lulde the cabinet The same noises nre heanl and hands appear above the curtain. When the curtain Is drawn again the. mcuilHT of the committee Is shown with the cowbells about his neck and his coat nearly removed. A true to life Impersonation of the world's most famous magician, Hrrm inn the (Jreat. Is In many respects marvelous. Talwr performs a number of Hermann's best experiments with all the cleverness of the original. Message No. 5 HEALTH V3 ) I OF DISEASE RAY Phone 387-H- & ANION . POULTRY. Thle department li conducted by Ku.ell 1' Brown. If your bird, are tick, write linn be will tell you through thU department where your trouble lies. II you want a personal re--I Buckeye, Ky. thev might roam. I believe in giving credit to whom credit is due, therefore let's give the wife credit for her work and show her our appreciation by offering to lend a helping hand. It is said, that a man's work is from the rising of the sun to the setting of the sun, but a woman's So let's assist work is never done. some in this work and thereby increase ' the profit and the pleasure. I J To the Business Men STABLES FOR of Lancaster COWS. I Eat what you want and not be troubled with indigestion if you will take a i You Can Enjoy Life Dairy Cattl. Pay Dett Profits When Comfortably Housed. The dairy cow, unlike the fattening atcer that Is protected by layers of fat, needs to lx comfortably boused to do good work. This is a maxim laid down by Professor O. II. Kckles In his book on "Dairy Cattle and Milk Production." According to this nuthor, the loss from exosuru to cold, and especially cold rain, results In much larger losses than the actual amount ot feed requlrtsl to maintain the nut-ni- Tht prosperity of a city Is In ditrct ptopottlon to tha local prida. Whaia local pride runs high, prosperity has a firm foothold. Such a town la a food place to live and do business in. Paint helps to a remarkable dee'ee In spreading an impression of prosperity throughout a community. It icivea a freah. new, invitinj; look wherever it la used. Municipal buildings, stores and homes feel its rood effect!. Growing buaineas ia bound to be one ot the direct resulia of a liberal use of paint, not horn any magic In the paint, but because of the pride which is stimulated. White Lead Phoenix Painter lor (Dutch I Trad Mark) miied with pure llnteed nd economical. oil Is the paint of quality and always has been. Lasting Get in touch with us today, We carry all painting requisites. plyneuda itamped enteloe. tfSSSsSm gjoBJL Dyspepsia Tablet WOMAN'S WORK WITH POULTRY. It has often been proven that women are better workers with poultry than men. Being endowed with a gentle disposition, more tender heart, more patience and motherly instincts, they possess the necessary qualification for successful poultry work. Women are more than men. They have a greater tendency to watch the chickens closer, and will hear their every cry of want. Women as a rule are cleaner than men, the water vessels will be scalded oftener, the food prepared better and the finished pro duct marketed nicer. They seem to take to the work naturally and there is scarcely a woman bu,t what enjoys handling and working with chickens. On our farms for years past the women have had charg if the poultry entirely. The men think they are too trifling a matter to require any of their attention. This should not be, while the good house wife will possibly al ways attend to the flock, there are many things that she can not do and she could succeed much better if the husband would give her a little of his spare time. He could make brood in good con coops, keep the things a little how dition, white-was- h and then and show some, appreciation Is for the good work the better-hal- f carrying on. It has been noticed that some ot our best poultry exhibits of the country have been made by women. They seem to know when the fowls feathers look the best and hew to prepare, them to have them retain their good looks. Many women today who have a small space of ground or even a farm are wondering what they could do to make a living for themselves, there is no better way than in the poultry business. One woman without much house work to do can care for five hundred fowls, and five hundred fowls handled right will net a nice profit. Many a woman has sacrificed her time from the house in order to try to encourage a son to raise poultry, hoping thereby to be able to keep him on the farm. If more of our mothers would do this, more cf the young men of today would stay on the farm. Even if they did not they would learn tome lesson, from the poultry business and from that dear, good mother that would be beneficial to thvm no matter where pains-takin- g e before and after each meal. Sold only by us 25o a box. R. E. McRobsrts heat under the unfavorable condiThe Importance of housing Is generally understood anil pmctlcisl In the colder climates. As n rule, more tions. C. C. 6 J. E. STORMES, Druggists, Lancaster, Ky. Loanly Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford. 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyvillc, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monde;-- . Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. 9 FARM FOR SALE. On Juue 16th, 1915 at 11 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 a good thing to remember. high-priceAfter-Service A. M. Buyers will share in profits if we sell at retail 300,000 new Ford cars between August 1914 and August 1915. Runabout $440; Touring Car $490; Town Car $C90; Coupelet $750; Sedan $975, f. o. 0. Detroit with all On display and sale at equipment. The futility of uslnir vcrub rattle in the dairy I twine rapidly on milk farmtr. It coxti Just ua much to keep a poor cow at u koo1 on. Tht-why traita time on rattle that tartly pay AH of the dairy treed are profitable when wll cared for. Jer.eyt and Quermeya produce milk rich In butter fat The Ayrshire t a iplendld all around com, while for quantity of milk the Ilolstttn la unaurpasaed. The picture ahowa a typical Jeraey. Imprest., The Stephenson farm will be sold by public out cry on the pramises situated two miles north of Ilurgin on the Danville and Shakertnwn pike, and the Q. & C. rait road. The farm consists of 415 acres of land which lies well, is in a good state of cultivation, and is exceptionally well supplied with pure stock water, running from two unfailing springs. It is in onn of the bst wheat, hemp and tobacco sections of Central, Ky. and will produce a splendid yield and quality of the above named crops. THE MADISON GARAGE, Kentucky. IXCOlirOtUTED Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville. Ky. North-boun- Richmond. Visit ntsissis--- tkMitoniia t ft ' Don't miss the wonderful opportunity for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c Panama-Californi- s No. 10 No. 4 Cincinnati Express, 4:30 a.m. daily Spe cial, daily 0:03 No. 28 lilue Grass Special, daily except Sun...G:08 No. 14 Carolina Special, 7:00 daily No. Local Express, dolly 1:35 No. 2 Cincinnati Limited, daily 5:20 No. 12 Royal Palm, dolly.. C:37 (1 South-boun- a.m. a.m. a.m p.m. p.m. p.m. No. 6 Loc n daily 1 Express, Exposition San Diego No. 11 No. 1 No. 13 No. No. 3 San Francisco a 11:05 a.m. Royal Palm, dally..ll:20 a.m. New Orleans Lim11:35 a.m. ited, dolly Exposition Carolina dally F Special, 10:15 p.m. Spe- Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via cial, daily 0 11:35 p.m. Southern Railway of tho South ' For full Information, see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway or write D. H. Todd, District Hassan-g- r Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville, Kr. loridn Spe- 11:52 p.m. clal, daily No. 27 Hlue Grass Special, daily except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and Information call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, agent; 'phone 340. maintained throughout the year. The dairy cow does her best lu tho early part of thu summer when on n good pasture. The maximum production Such as the Springfield Fire and reached at this season Is possibly largeCAPITAL ly on account of tho excellence of the food, but at the sumo titno tho animal 3& enjoys a modcratu temperature anil clean, comfortable surroundings. Tbcru Is an abundance of fresh air and sunlight, and tho cow has perfect Keep these condiof movement. tions its near as possible In the barn, and good results will follow, A cow kept In a dark basement barn, surrounded by foul air, with her bead fait In a rigid stanchion and her body more or less filthy, Is at far from summer conditions as Is her milk production 1000 Pony Coupons given with every below that ot early summer. losses from exosure occur lu those regions where, from the usual mildness of the clliliute. stilllclclit provision Is not made for thu severe weather that occurs only ut Intervals. There Is auothcr plianu of the subject that Professor Kckles thinks should be emphaslied us well. There U no doubt It payu as it financial proposition to have well iirrangcd, sanitary barns making the cow moro productive by being more coinfurtuble, labor moro cUlclcut on uccouut of being better satisfied ami thu expense of labor less on uccouut of coiiveuteuco lu arrangement. A sanitary barn Is not necessarily an expensive one. Many nn Inexpensive structure Is, or may be, mora sanitary than some 111 arranged, badly kept, but expensive, burn. Iu considering the matter of barns it Is well to study carefully bow closely the conditions ot curly summer may be The improvements consist of a beautiful seven room frame dwelling two stories, cellar and porches, furnace heated through out (built in 1915) A large well planned stock tarn, large recently built tobacco barn, and all necesa-- y out buildings, fruit and shade trees, all of which makes it a very attractive home. The farm will be oirered in three tracts and then as a whole 116 acres with the improvements, 150 acres fronting on road and railroad; 80 acres with good frontage on Danville and Shikcrtown pike. Terms liberal which will be given on day of sale. For further informs tionlcall on W, II. .Melson. Lexington or (J. M. Italian! on the premises. W. B. NELSON, Agent, Lexington, Ky. J 1 8 JP-- st To INSURE In a Leading American Company 2,oo,000,00 Marine. THOMAS & ELKI1N, Agents. 1 freo-do- The Centred Record subscription, New or Old. 'the Central Record, Thursday j May 22, 1915 M Page 3 ca: OFFICE LANCASTER. KY. I Dr. J. S. GILBERT.1 CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. Phone ta Resldenci Phone tl Ofllc 1st Prize NOW PONY CART and HARNESS IS YOUR 2nd Prize P O IN Y . NOW IS YOUR Ji. V. Morrnw, (!rmtunte Optician (llMKt rilt.rt.fltliifKllonOnir.ntMd, I Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. Chance B 1 Chance k John M. McRoberts. H. S Clay Kauffman, V Attorney-At-La- w Oflicesnn Dnnville Street ver Post Olllce. Office Phone 31. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky AND WIN THE BEAUTIFUL Faint Liok, DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. BUCKEYE, KY. Phone 387-Prompt Service day and night. Pony, Cart and Harness as 1st Prize or the Beautiful Pony Colt as 2nd Prize. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence I'hone 3. Office phone 27 LANCASTER KY. First Prize will be Awarded Saturday June 5th. Second Prize will be Awarded Saturday July 3rd. I M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Offlc.: Svgerj. THE BEST PROOF Ciitn Bj A Lancaster PICK YOOR FAVORITE FROM THIS Jtoim. BalldlDi.t.t Unit A indtr on'i rnrnimr. diott. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Citizen. Doan's Kidney Tills were used -t- hey brought benefit. The story was told to Lancaster resi D. dents. "About a vear aeo my three boys had Time has strengthened the evidence, whooping cough and I found Chamber proven the result lasting. lias lain's Cough Kemedy the only one mat The testimony is home testimony would relieve their coughing and whoop The proof convincing. Ing spells. I continued this treatment Office at Rainey s Livery Stable. It can lie investigated by Lancaster and was surprised to find that it cured Kentucky residents. Lancaster, the disease in a very short time," Mrs J. W. Tumphrey. Danville St. writes Mrs Archie Dalryple, Crooks-villLancaster, says: "I sutrered a great Ohio. For sale by all dealers. deal from backache and couldn't sleep well. On 'several occasions mv back COY became so painful and weak that I was I Rot unable to do mv housework. Manufacturer am) Dealer in Doan's Kidney Pitts at It. K. McRob Mr. Elmer East is slowly improving helped Store, High-Cla- ss Monuments. erts Drugfirst. I and thy relieved.me at this writing.Speaks much improvwas soon from the is Mrs. Myrtle Original Designs and Prompt Ser- (Statement (riven March 20th, 1908.) ed at this writing. OVEIl THREE YEARS LATEU. Mrs ConMr. and Mrs. Phil McMlllinn visited vice. Guaranteed Quality. I'umphrey said: "I haven't had any nections nt oil Granite and Marble kidney trouble since 1 used Doan'a Kid- Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian Sunday. for Phone Walton E. Moss, 354-Quarries. Olllce and Works on ney l'ills with such great benefit." fiOc, at all dealers. Don t simp prices on, strawberries by the crate for l'rice Cemetery Hill. Closed onSuturdnys ly ask for a kidney remedy get Doan'a preserves. Do it now. Telephone 1h. Mr. and Mrs. L, L. Sanders and son Kidney Tills -- the same that Mrs TumCo., Traps. of Crab Crchard were with his mother, phrey had. Mrs. Mary A. Sanders Sunday. Hutralo, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilson and baby of Nicholasvllle were the guests of her Hamilton Valley. sitter Mr. Wm Moberley Sunday. Mrs. Mary A. Sanders and daughter Mrs. Maggie Henley is on the sick Teuchie May were visitors of Mr. Coy list. S. .Sanders of Lancaster last Tuesday. Mrs. Dennis is visiting her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Norman Grow and Mrs. Wm Underwood tills week. children of Bryantsvllle were the guest Mr. Pettu Bentley sold a sow and ot Mr. Willie Moberley and family SunAve shoats to Mr. E. L. Wilson, price day. Dr. Wm. Pryor, and Mrs. MARKSBURY Mrs. John Itoberts. Peace. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis, and were the Mr. and Mrs. Hamp McQuerry Jim Royston had a valuable horse to guests of Mr. and Mrs, hbb Uenliev last die a few days ago. Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Mahan will leave soon to make an extended visit to relatives in Whooping Couth. Uev. LIST AND TRADE WITH THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS WHERE VOTES WILL Jellico, Tenn. for Phone Walton E. Moss, 354-prices on strawberries by the crate for preserves. Do it now. Mr. J. W. Mahan will return this week from Houston Texas where he has been attending the Southern Baptist Convention. A number of Piccaninny's recently returning from Lancaster at horse-bacgot into a race. Tneodore riding a colt that belonged to Curry Robinson ran into a ditch breaking its leg in two places. The animal was rendered worthless and was killed next day. The Union S. S. Convention met at the church here on last Sunday afternoon at 3 P. M. Miss Elizabeth Simpson who was president and had so faithfully planned and worked up the programe was detained at the crisis from being present on account cf the illness of her Mster Miss Lulu Simpson. After all, the meeting was a success and was pronounced by some, one of the best in the history of the Convention. Miss Eliza Ison presided very grace fully over the meeting and is at home in the chair. The talks by Judge Hardin, Rev Tinder anil Rev. Lee pastor of Bryantsville and Mt Olivet churches left with the Sunday School workers some very valuable and helpful suggestions. The solos by Misses Jennings, Rachel Scott and the duet by Misses Halconb and Bowling were very much enjoyed. The committee on nomination were Mesdames Elizabeth Burgess, Eliza Ballard and Miss Addie Arnold. Misses Simpson and Asklns were President and Secretary The Convention by appointment will meet with Pleasant Grove church 4th mid-nig- Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. BE ISSUED FOR THE BEAUTIFUL PONY HARRY JACOBS on AND CART NOW ON EXHIBITION. Robt M. Graves, A. B. Estndge. Gladys Conn. Allie Brummett, Nelson Conn, Elsie Brown, k Stanford, Kentucky. STRAWBERRY Foster-Milbur- n The following boys and girls have expressed a desire for the pony and cart and they or their friends have enIn tered their names as contestants, trading with the different merchants and business men, whose names appear below this, be sure and get a coupon and vote for your favorite. Pearl CrutchfieM J. D. Manuel Jr. V. A. Lear, Jr. Isabelle Terrill, William Renner. Fannie Tinsley, James Dorwin Seulc, Ben Rankin, Mary Blanche Conn, Johnnie Vanhook, Baby Sister Caneer, Edwin Kirk, William Embry, Chas. Bastln, Lyle Pruitt, Frances Grant, Virginia Pearl Walker.Aleene Thomas. Bessie Grant, Mamie V. Davis, Clarence Hall, Elizabeth Conn, Loudella Peace, J. 0. Bogie, Jr. John "Red" Smith, Willie U. Daniels, Leslie Sherrow, E. J. Oaks. Jr. Henry Shelby Fish, Clinton Ruble. Ewell Ledford, Homer Moberly, Hellena Perkins. Wilmoth Sutton, Ruth Lane, Carrie Sutton, Ida Sowder, Elisha Cheatham, Earl Ward Clark, Grace Fathergill. Lucy V. Long, Raymond Cox, David Hamilton, Margaret Doty, George Brown, Jane Brown, Harry Urown, Lisle Llark. Marie Clark. Ethel Clara Dudderar. PLANTS Our first offering of the remarkable J35. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Davia were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claries Davis Sunday. Montgomery Edith Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Missesguest and Bernie Mrs. J. II. of their sister are the Garden. Hamilton. for Thone Walton E. Moss, 3M-Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. prices on strawberries by the crate for & Sons. preserves. Do it now. Misses Katie Middleton and Mary Lexington, Kentucky. Gray of Crab Orchard were the guests 1915 1841. of Mrs. J. U. Gray Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Klnnard and little daughter Annie Mae were guest of Mrs. Emily Kinnard Sunday. Misses Maggie Davis, Lavenia Sten-net- t, Fannie McQuerry and Rosa Church were guests of Miss Nannie Dentley Fruit and Shade Trees Mammouth Pearl Potato H.F.Hillenmcyer rtuy Gold Medal" To Sun Orowlof Kind nea SEEDS Miss Emma Sanders of Richmond Normal School and Mr Hetbert Carter of Buckeye were visitors at Coy last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Brutus Warren of Hackley were the pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Warren Saturday night and Sunday Sunday in May, 1916. Misses Myrtle and Beulah Hendren and Bessie Ray Sanders accompanied by Messrs Cecil Hendren and Taylor Chamberlains Liniment. Sandra of Cottonburg were the charmThis preparation is intended especialing guest of Miss Peachie Mae Sanders ly for rheumatism, lame back, sprains and brothers Saturday night and and like ailments. It is a favorite with people who are well acquainted with it splendid qualities. Mrs Charles Tanner D. V. H. Wabash, Ind., say of it. "I have found H. Ready-To-We- John Casey, Bur thm f ran your local md dtabr. caa'liupplr im. writ a. dlmb LOUItVIUI IUD OO UutovaU, K. Ind and Main If Chamberlain' Liniment the best thing for lame back and sprains I have ever used. It work like a charm and re Mrs. Llllie Tarsoniof Cartirsvilleand Cincinnati Veterinary lieves pain and soreness. It has been Mr. Bessie Adam of Flatwood were the Graduate used by other of my family as well a College. guest of Mr. and Mr. Tom Singleton myself for upwards of twenty years." Thursday. Office at W. U. Burtcn's Sale Stable. 25 and 60 cent bottles. For sale toy all Mr. and Mrs. James Church, Mr. and Night Phone 211. dealer. Sunday. Veterinary Surgeon. Be sure and ask for coupons at the following places. The "Rex" Theater, Good Pictures and Good Music, E. C. Gaines, Nothing but Insurance. R. E. 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 Page 4 TheCentral Record The Central Record, Thursday May 22, JAMES MARET, "The Man Of The Hour." J their portion of Boone Way. Virginia from Cumberland Gap toward Bristol COL. JAS COYNE I was the first, for a distance of 20 miles. INCORrORATED. GETS GREAT AID bvcntuany the markers will show up $1.00 a ykaii. Issued Weekly. over a route to the Atlantic coast One of Most Prominent Contractors in thru North Carolina. J. E. ROBINSON. EDrroR. Mr. Maret has the distinction of havUnited Slates Endorses Tanlac. R.L ELKIN, Lncol Editor nnd Mgr. ing written and preserved more Rock- Business men, professional men, castle history than any other man. Xnttred t tbe Toil Offle In Uncsiter. Kj . Pa and Ma Willis, managers of Crab farmers, artisans ami Innumerable 11.11 Mutter i if i Orchard Springs are to be congratulate women, whose common, practical judg. .ed over the ability displayed in loading mcnt guides them In all of their acts Kentucky Press Association Mfrabtr nnd conclusions, nrc now endorsing and , their tables with the good thing and Tanlac, tho remarkable new medicine. Eljrhth District Publishers League, pausing everyone to feel at home nnd Col. Joseph Coyne, one of the best' j enjoy mo aeugnts ol that famous re- known general contractors in tin. sort, the"Saratoga of the Wcst"whose Lancaster, Ky.,May 20,1915. fame was as wldo as our country years United Stntei, who resides at 483 South Fifth Street, Louisville, Kentucky, ago. Col. Willis with his wise (aid; Rates For Political Announcements is fast restoring the fame of "My kidneys have annoyed mo for a For Precinct nnd Citv OHlies ...J 6.00 former years to that resort and now number of years. I suffered great 10.00 "or County Offices with Boone Way at his door and good pain as a result. I also suffered per For State and District Offices.... 15.00 prospects for the great Dixie Highway lodlcally from rheumatism, the con10 For Calls, per line things are certuinly coming his way, dition affecting various parts of my 10 For Cards, per line and we are mighty glud of it. body. I walked with great difficulty For all publications In the interThe reception Committee did things and could not use my hands naturally, est of Individuals or expresup brown. The whole committee, 1. I suffered fiom a pain in the ball of sion of Individual views, per L. Collier, I. W. Fish, J. Thomas my foot for fully ten years. That 10 lin Cherry, Col. J. B. Willis, U I San- pain has disappeared after having used .05 . Obituaries, per line ders and Geo. Lyne, did valiant service Tanlas for u short time. tho we must add that Mr. Collier was "Mv kidneys are greatly Improved the King bee. He never stopped all and my rheumatism has virtually POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS day nor until midnight in the work of My strenght has returned, The Central Kecord is authorized to leoKing auer visitors. Mis auto was nnd my appetite and sleep are much in constant use with iU owner at th better. I feel vigorous nnd health,,, announce the following candidates for wheel most of the time. office, subject to the Democratic and attribute the change to the use of primary, Aufrnst 7th, 1915. rrcsKjent Alaret put In three years Tanlac only. The medidine is nil right. FOK GOVERNOH. work in road advocacy without com I recommend nnd commend it." pensation and "without hope of fee or Tanlac, the celebrated new preparaHon. A. O. Stanley. tion that accomplished such gratifying! reward. FOR CIRCUIT .IUDGE. II. V. Bnstin was one of the live results in the case of Col. Coyue,. is Hardin, of Mercer county. C. A. BOONE Democratic candidate for Rnvvrnqr. will niMrm the voters of Garrard pushers, Messrs Farra and Stormes, now being distributed here by R. E. Chas. C. Fox, of Boyle county. May 2llh ami as lor that the whole bunch were McRoberts and Becker, Ballanl and cout.ty, nt the Court Hnui In Lancaster. Motility, county court day, FOR COMMONWEALTH'S Scott, where Tanlac can now be bought nt one o'clock i'l the afternoon. onto the job. ATTORNEY. Mr. Stanley is an entertaining speaker and n cordial Invitation is extend, FIRST OFFICALLY ROUTED HIGHWAY ACROSS STATE Our old Boone Way man expressed E. V. Puryear, of Bovle county. ed to everybody. regret at not having met Jesse Doty, INSURANCE COMPANY P.. W. Keenon, of Mercer county. the Matt and West boys or any of the J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county. OF KENTUCKY. WOULD STOP PROPOSED INQUIRY Leave 1, Gibbs. Ballou or Price boys at FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. the meeting. Equitable Life Asks Writ of Prohibition. W. B. Mason. We sent a machine lead of boosters W. A. Doty. BOY WHO HAS NOT BY AN OLD GARRARD ENGINEERED FORGOTTEN over to Lancaster from Crab Orchard Fighting Judge Hardin's Order in FOR SHERIFF. Friday to see those Boone Way mark G. T. Ballard, Jr. $230,000 Claim. "THE LAND OF NOW." ers. They are all right. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. W. B. Hansford's welcome address Estate Of J. B. Robinson. II. Clav KaufTman. Well Lancaster is on the "Boone is one of us, (f hough we will still allow at Crab Orchard Springs meeting was a peach. Way" route. Who placed her there? uarraru 10 say "our Jlm"l: know The Equitable Life Assurance Society I am a candidate for County Court It Is probable that Boone tVay will of New York has asked the Court of That live bunch composing the Com and felt the want of a modern highway Clerk to succeeJ J. W. Hamilton the thru our domains, where sometimes it be routed on thru West Kentucky, Appeals for a writ of prohibition to mercial Club of the "Land of Now". present Clerk. Paducah on up the trail of the old prevent Judge Charles A. Hardin, of If they had done nothing else, in ths occurs for five months out of a year I have accepted The Chief deputies well managed four horse team will get stalled and pioneer and Indian fighter to his last the Lincoln Circuit Court, carrying into appointment in the office in order to useful cireer of that institution, beside routing this, to be, a "mired up" with an empty wagon, western home in Missouri and thence effect an order referring the suit of J. acquaint' mvself with the duties of great highway thru their city and Your good people "down yonder" don't to the coast of the north western states B. Robinsrn et al fur $230.(Ki0. his TO WELCOME Clerk and having fitted myself to take recomprehend our situation "up here" in over the route followed by Clark. alleged share in the earnings of the required by law, I county, the club would and should the examination Therefore, some day, it is expected to company for the foity years from H8) ceive high commendation for having these "everlasting hills" shut off and sincerely ask and solicit your support. been brought into existence. Indica- isolated from wagon transportation be a "coast to coast highway." to 1912. t'uring which he carried a polE. M. Walker. and extend you a cordial invitation The dedication of a monument erect icy on his life for $10,000. tions are, however, that, like Mt. months in the year. You dont appre Vernon's hustling boosters, there will ciate the blessings that surround you ed to the memory of Daniel Boone will During the forty years Robinson paid Railroad Commissioner. to visit our store during the 68th be no let up in the good work done and This road proposition which our old take place at Cumberland Gap on May In cash premiums on the $10,000 a total We are authorized to announce being done but will "keep pushing Jim tackled and has been successfully 30th. Many visitors are expected fr m of $11,500.15 in addition to dividends Annual Conclave of the Grand JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown, ahead". financed has placed him on the highest a distance. amounting in f 1,177.05. which were apLatch strings are a thing of the past plied to reduce the premiums. The Nelson County, as a canditate for the A short history of Boone Way and pedestal of Mountain appreciation and of the State of Kentucky, Democratic nomination for Railroad its orignator may be of interest to the the proposition to erect a monument in n little old Mt. Vernon, having been company in the meantime, it is alleged Commissioner from the Second Dis- many Garrard friends of the latter. discarded a short time after the Lirtb had accumulated a surplus of $72,000,- May 25th to 27th. his honor, while yet living, will be car trict; the primary election to be held James Maret was born near Wallace's ried out and Mt Vernon, his home, will of their Commercial Club and Boone 000, which the estate contends is in Way Booster Band, when all gates and fraud of the participating policy hold Saturday August 7th., 1915. Mill, two miles north of Lowell, in 1855, be the place of its erection. The many honors being conferred up doors within the city were rmoved ers, they claim the lace of the policy, went to Texas in 1872 with his father's William F. Klair, Fayette County, family, learned telegraphy, returned to on Mr. Maret are as much appreciated from their hinges and laid in the dis excessive premiums paid und a share in Candidate for Reelection as Railroad Hyattsville and remained something by the people as by him, and that is card. Everything Is wide open to the the, profits of $72,000, aggregating Commissioner, Second District of Ky. over a year in employment of Will A saving a good deal, all of which he good roads people who are welcome at $2300,000. DANVILLE, KY. Was appointed railroad acknowledges In his modest way saying any and all times. Subject to the action of the Democratic Burnside. The company paid into court and Primary. agent at Mt. Vernon August 1877, which he is mighty glad to have been made party in the August offered to settle for $10,000 with 0 per i i nI 1 II " position he.filled for eighteen years, the instrument to accomplish somecent interest, but Judge Hardin apROBBERY AT HYATTSVILLE. pointed Master Commissioner E. D. Mr. Wilson has informed Germany Started first newspaper in Rockcrstle, thing of such vast benefits to his people bold newspaper and his country. The meeting at Crab that American citizens are not to be the biirnal. In Ibsi. The post office at Hyattsville was Pennington, James T. Wilson, of and Guy Vansant, of the deprived of their use of the seas in the but later, 189C, repurchased and ran it Orchard last week was one of the hap- robbed last Saturday dight and about prosecution of their lawful pursuits. three years and sold to present owner piest of Mr. Maret's career, when he $40 worth of stamps taken and a small State Insurance Department, a commission to inquire into the affairs of He demands that submarine attucks on E.S. Albright. Entered telephone bust met that big delegation of boosters amount of money. merchant ships, because of the impos ness with A. II, Bastin of Lancaster, from his native county, Garrard, in On the same night the store of Mr. the insurance company relative to the sibility of safeguarding the lives of and ran lines from Stanford and Crab their committee rooms at the famous II Payne's at Spainey was entered contention of the plaintiffs and report. The insurance company contends that re Crab Orchard Springs. A number of and $150 in money taken. There seems theii passengers and crew, shall cease, Orchard to Mt. Vernon in 1918, failing which, the Government of the mained in telephone work until Autumn these good friends he had not seen for to be no clue whatever as to the the court was without jurisdiction to do United States cannot be expected "to of 1898 since which time he has lievol nearly forty years. (Mr. M. says don't identity of the robbers. these things, and asked for a writ of get it Into your head that he is old, that prohibition and restraining order.-Cour- ier omit any word or any act necessary to ed his time to Boone Way work. Back in 1912 the idea of a National he is yet a boy, if you have any road Journal. the performance of its sacred duty of CANDIDATES SPEAK OUT. Mr. J. E. Robinson of Lancaster Ky, maintaining the rights of the United Highway to be constructed from Cum propositions to trot out). Among the friends met after 38 years At the regular meeting of the W. C, and Judge E. C. O'Rear of Frankfort. States end its citizens and of safe- berland Gap to Crab Orchard, occurred U a Committee was appointed by Ky, represent the plaintiffs in this case. guarding their free exercise and en- to Mr. Maret. who advised with friends was James N. Denny, Arch Walker on thn subject. joyment." A Commercial Club and Arch Kavanaugh. Imagine if you the President to call upon the different The principle involved in the settlement He recites the sinking of the Falaba was formed in Mt. Vernon January can a man's feelings on an occasion candidates and secure from them an of this case covers many policies of and the Gulflight and the attack on the i mj ana ot inn., ol same month an like this. Our good roads man recog- expression of their attitude on the Pro Insurance and large sums of money and Cushing in the list of wrongs suffered auxiliary to the club was organized and nized each, after the absence nf all hibition question, these ladies, nnd the this case is being fought with great by this Government. They differ only named the Boone Way Booster Band. these years with the exception of Mr. people generally would like to know determination by both sides. in degree from that Inflicted in the des They immediately set to work on plans Kavanaugh whom he took to be Will just how these now stand. These ladies Many encouraging Kavanaugh, a brother. To mention all are ready to begin un active campaign truction of the Lusitania. To Germany for National aid. BIG CROWD he leaves the problem of reparation, letters from Congressmen, Senators, the Garrard friends individually would for State wide Prohibition. the while making it plain that expres Governors, Commercial Clubs of the tax your columns too heavily. EXPECTED HERE NEXT MONDAY sions of regret and offers of financial larger cities etc. and bills were introduce BOONELETS. PUBLIC BENEFACTOR. Stanley To Speak. compensation will not constitute repar ed in Congress asking an appropriation Lancaster and GarrarJ county came for engineers to make u survey of the Little Miss Janie Haselden proved ation. to the meeting loaded for bear. They herself a public benefactor by ridding Next Monday is County Court dav The quarrel between Germany and route. got the bear and hauled it home. England is not of our making. her town and community of one hun and one of the largest crowds ever Its At the request of Senator Bradley, Organization counts. No community dred flies, which she killed and pre seen here is expected on that day. The prosecution, as long as American rights the Agriculture Department sent James are not interferred with, is not the of' T. Voshell, Senior Highway engineer. should count on "getting there" with- sented at the window of the Romans stock pens will be open for cuttle and ficial concern of thn American Govern over the route in June 1913, whose re, out it. Opera House, receiving a ticket for the the trade in that line is expected to be One of the pleasant questions nsked same. Who knows how many cases of brisk. ment. But those rights have been in' port of estimate placed tho cost of the Politicians nre expected from every terfered with and ure threatened with 95 miles at $1,021,919,10. Matters by a number of the friends, was; "Is typhoid fever and Infantile paralysis further interference. Under these drifted along, Senators Bradley and this our Jim Maret who was telegraph she has prevented? Who will be the source, drawn here by the announceconditions, the American note has been James had done all that could be done operator at Hyattsville in 1376? next to receive u show ticket for 100 ment that Hon. A. O. Stanley will speak in the interest of his candidacy addressed to Berlin. Keg Mason who was at the meeting flies. toward securing Federal aid. It was for the democratic nomination for discovered that we were just a few and "our Jim" were kids when LanMr. Stanley has countless Governor. years ahead of times. The timo for caster court house was under construcAS ROOSEVELT SEES IT. KEENON WILL friends in this county who will turn out government aid to highways had not tion and had many races around over Theodore Roosevelt, former President in mass to hear him on that day. arrived but the sentiment of our the foundation of that structure before f tho United States, after Iteming NOT WITHDRAW. country is growing strongly in that the bricks were laid. The Faultless Car as to etalU of the sinking of the Lusitania, V Now see what the Lancaster Com- made DR. LILLIAN SOUTH Reports have been circulated through direction and after our thru highways this statement; "This represents ' is established tt is confidently claimed mercial Club "went and done", the press and otherwise that Mr. Rodnot merely piracy, but piracy on To Lecture Here Next Week. that the National Government will take sends greetings to all vaster scale of murder than any man Keenon would withdraw from the The originator o Commonwealth's Garrard friends and citizens and conAttorney race and over and maintain them pirate ever practiced. This is the Electric Lights and Electric Starter. Over- - & The only woman known to hold the After the Bosworth Statu aid bill gratulates everybody on the happy announce himself a candidate for Clerk warfare which destroyed Louvain and position of State Bacteriologist is Dr. Y? passed the legislature our Boone Way solution size Tires and Demountable Rims. of Court of Appeals. Mr. Keenon of the vexed question of rout- Dlnant and hundreds of men, women Lillian Herald South, of Bowling Green. denied this most emphatically last friends resumed operations with renew ing the great highway. and children in Belgium, It is warfare She is a graduate of the Woman's w Monday at Danville and says that he is ed vigor. Letters, road literature and The Boone Way Association is now gainst innocent men, women and Medical College in Philrdelphia. Shu in this race to stay and feels confident newspaper articles almost made the a permanent organization to be per- children, traveling on the ocean, and to is booked to lecture at the school audiDesigned Especially for the Woman mail carriers life misery, so voluminous Simply Dtiver. rji that he will be the nominee in August. fellow countrymen, who are among torium next Tuesday night and a large were his loads made up of Boone Way petuated for the purpose of doing our ,7? Low cost of upkeep averaging 10 to 18 miles to gallon of things; among them will be to work In the sufferers. It seems inconceivable crowd will take advantage of this de stuff. A speaking campaign was artaking action lightful occasion and no doubt will tax gasoline. ranged for in November 1914 with Hobt unison with the great National High- that we can refrain from STRAWS SHOW WHICH (including the Lincoln In this matter, for we owo it not only the capacity of the building. The lecc We have machines in stock ready for immediate delivery. E. Woods and James Maret. (Mr. M, way Associations will run from New York to humanity, but to our own national ture will be free. Dr. South will be did no public speaking but boosted) who highway that WAY THE WIND BLOWS. toured HighCluli entertained by the Woman several times all the counties to to San Francisco and tho Dix.'e Tuesday afternoon, and on Wednesday On May 1, A. O. Stanley opened his the south east and fired the hearts of way from Chicago to Miami, Florida) Sick Headache. morning she will address the children campaign for governor at Frankfort the Mountaineers with enthusiasm for joining our forces when the time ar 1- 5school. before an audience of 2,500. On the good roads generally and Boone Way rives for demanding Federal aid to Mrs A. L. Luckie, East Rochester, at the graded same day Edward J. McDermott made in particular. The result is known. highways. The backing of congress N. Y., was a victim of sick headache his opening speech at Owensboro to Bond Issues have been voted as fol- men of the twenty states, thru which and despondency, caused by a badly roads puss, will do the work when an audience of 257 by actual count. lows: Bell county Knox $200,. these weakened and debilitated condition of anothOn the day II. V. McChesney, 000; Whitley $250,000; Laurel $100,000; the time arrives. her stomach, when she began taking Bick headache, biliousness, piles and Branch Boone Wav Associations will Chamberlain's Tablets. She says, "I er candidate for governor, spoke at Rockcastle $10,000 and Lincoln Fiscal o bad breath aro usually caused by New Castle to 90 men and quite a court has appropriated sufficient funds be organized in all the cities and found them pleasant to take, also mild bowels. Get a box of Ilex&ll number of ladies. H. M. Bosworth, to build four miles of the road from towns along Boone Way. and effective. In a few week Orderlies. They act gently and effectime I 1000 Pony Coupons given with every subscription, tively. Sold only by us at 10 ccoU. who U seeking the same honor, spoke Crab Orchard to the Rockcastle line. Lancaster waa the second to get was restored to my former good health" New or Old. We, of the mountains, and Mr. Maret markers placed (at every mile) over For sale by all dealers. to one at a time. R. E. McRobsrts 1m Retend-CUaI THE WAY HON. A. O. STANLEY, Sir Knights, Wives and Friends. YOU WE DANVILLE Com-manda- ry PARKS & HENDREN. ri Quarantine Lifted and my Stock Pens will be open to receive CATTLE, HOGS, SHEEP and other stock on Monday, May 24th. John H, Boss, Prop iHupmobile Noisless Powerful Motor. j ft Power, Economy and Convenience. olj-tim- s JOHN E. STORMBS 1 $250-00- inao-tiv- The CevLzral Record 4 n itral Record, Thursday May 22 1915. Are the wonderful values in the Fabrics for Mid Summer uses and Ready-Made-Garmen- 6 I Page 5 Ik Moving Fast t g 8 8 ts for Ladies, being offered at Our Store I g Piece Goods, Shoes and Carpets, see us before If you are looking for real values in Ladies Ready-to-weChoice of Gingham Dresses from rack down stairs, going at 98cts. buying. ar The SEE THE CORRECT APPAREL, FOR WOMEIS' Gossip About People vvv Miss MBggie Ilrown fs in Paint Lick, visiting Mrs. Griggs. Mrs. IE. I. Gregory is in Richmond for a visit to relatives. Mrs. llottif Harbor is with her sister Mrs. Sarah Rayburn for a visit. Miss Mary John Gibson, of Somerset is visiting Miss May Kathleen Ham. . John Deere Binder before you buy. The lightest draft and most durable Binder made. We absolutely guarantee that you can get repairs for it. JOHN DEERE & OLIVER CULTIVATORS By Test The Best Made. Mowers nml Knkes. IMeiity of L'imler Twine J. R. Mount, Son & Co. A WELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is n box of our sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If ou have not yet tried any or all ot them you don't know what a fine treat Don't keep on you have been missing. and missing it. Order a box commence enjoying yourself. y Lancaster tling CO. Draw II BotPhone 202. Florence Spragens at Eltisburg. Itev It. M. Lee will give a talk on the Home Department at Fork Sunday. Attorney Green Clay Walker was in Shelbyville a few days on business. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Turner were in Richmond Sunday the guest of friends. Miss Elizabeth Grimes is visiting her sister Mrs. Wm. Porter near Stanford. Mrs. Cornie Clay of Ilichmond is th guest of her niece Miss Nancy Walker, Miss Hcssie Layton of McCreary has been the guest of her sister Mrs. I). C. Sanders. Mrs. Nannie E. Kelly is in Crab Orchard for a visit to her sister Mrs. Hugh Logan. Mrs. II. V. Ilastin and son, Charles, have returned from a visit to relatives in Cincinnati. J. A. lleaz'ey, James Dalton, S. C. Carrier, M. I.. Cancer, V. M. Klliott, Emma Kauffman, Jen nie Embry, Miss Sallie Klkin Mesdames Emma Higginbotham, Carrie Davidson, J. S. Johnson Sr, E. I,. Owsley, 1!. E. McKoberts, Hcnrv Moore, W. A. I'rtce, nd Coming! A CrUI Mention of th J. C. IEobinson, 1). C. Sanders, Rebecca C.nirnt IwThntf Wt Art 'Mirttltd In. West. T. M, Tinder and W. T. West, Mr. nnn Mr. .1. Itnvmnntl Ilnaplrlpn. Judge L. L Walker has returned Mesdames Robt Clark, Pattie Anderson, i E. Herron anj Mt Fannie BishoP( Mrs. Carlton Klkin is making a visit from a ten days sojourn at Martinsville. to relatives in Liberty. er V' M- - Tin(ler "nd Mess" Mrs. liussell Iirown is the guest of Hughes as honorary and Mrs. E. J. Brown of Stanford. 'Iu(lsn and Mr. II. S. Griftis is spending i few members will also be in attendance. days with Miss Lula Simpson. Mrs. Ed Price was in Danville Mon-- i Mits Allie Yantis is visiting Miss day. the curst of Dr. and Mrs. S. I'. Jack Adams, CONCLAVE AT DANVILLT To Be NEXT WEEK r Pulled Off LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. YOU Biggest Affair In Ever J State. One of the largest gatherings ever Side Saddle Wanted. brought together in the state will appear at Danville next week when the I want to buy good second-hanannual Conclave of the Grand side saddle. J. I. Hamilton. Pot flowers of all kinds for sale at, Miss Mattie Estes. of Kentucky Knight Templars l. Grant. HANDSOME INVITATIONS. Miss Nancy Goodloe of Danville is The Central Kecord office has just the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. gotten out fourteen hundred handsome 1- 1- . r" engraved invitations for the graduates Check 1 'J s-- for tlic nioii(y yoitov c mid note how much more res- pectfully your creditors you- nt v They like to do business with n mnn who has nn account nt the Garrard Bank & Trust Go. They know he is doing business in a business like way. Iletter open such an account even If your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company I'rof. Henry Elliott of Berea was a recent visitor of his mother Mrs. J. Milton Elliott. Mrs. E. J. Lee and little ot Stanford are hvie for a visit to Lancaster friends. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. C. F. Newland of Crab Orchard were in Lancaster the past week shopping. Mr. Alex West has returned from a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Claries of Nicholaiville. Mr. Joe McCortnack of Henderson- ville N. C. is here visiting his mother Mrs. Sallie McCormock. Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Hudson were in Danville Monday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Hudson. grand-daugl-tDen-ma- Mrs. E. T. Minor left Saturday for a of the High School here and they are visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Minor of the prettiest we have ever seen. There are twenty-tw- o Louisville. graduates this year, being the largest class ever known Miss Agnes Miles is at home after a most enjoyable stay of several months here since the organization of the school. The ten month term closes in New York. June 10th at which time thecommence-men- t Mr. and Mrs. George Harris of Birmexercises will take place. The ingham are here for a visit to Judge baccalaureate sermon will be delivered and Mrs. E. W. Harris. by Dr. J. L. Clark, of the Wesleyan Mr. Uriah Dunn of Hustonville was University of Winchester on Sunday morning, June Cth. The following is with his neices Lizzie and Lula Simpthe list of graduates: son the first of the week. Misses Viola Tribble, Lida Rainey, Mr. J. B. Bourne and family motored Martha Tinder, Viola lieagle, May to Sulphur Wells for a visit to Mr. Powell, Ora I'rather, Lena Schooler, Everett Bourne aid family. Nora Brown, Jennie Cox, Malissa SutMesdames J. F. Holtzclaw and L. C. ton. Jane Terrell. Iona Dunn, Messrs. King and daughter are in Somerset for Joe Kavanaugh, Glass Carrier, James Wood; Sterling Herron. Paul Elliott. a visit to Mrs. Judith Higgins. Gowen Bourne, Willie Miller, Wood Miss Marjorie Ballou has returned to Wilmot, Milton Elliott and Bradley her home in Stanford after a visit to Bourne. htr cousin Mrs. Joseph L. Francis. Mrs. C. F. Denman of Nicholasville PRESIDENT WILSON. has been visiting her father Mr. Alex West. Favors Local Option. Mrs. Link and daughter of Lexington In a letter to Gen. W. B. Haldeman, Mrs. Carmcr of Stanford, Mrs Grellis of Uanville are guest of Mrs. A. J. President Wilson asserts that his attitude towards the liquor quesKice. tion is precisely what it was in 1911 Miss Emma Sanders of the Richmond when he wrote that famous Shannon Normal school has been the recent guest of Misses Bessie and Eunice Utter, in which he stated that he favored the settlement of the liquor issue by I'rather. the smallest policical local ond daughter option. That its intrusion into state or Mrs. II. J. McKoberts Miss Anne Davis McKoberts of Stan- nation wlitics, inevitably brought disford were visitors of Mrs. J. R. Mount ruption and rendered constructive Tuesday. legislation impossible. President WilSamuel B. Harris has returned to son is opposed to state wide prohibition his home in Louisville after a visit to as a democratic issue. his parents Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris. REPUBLICANS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gulley, Mr. and TO HAVE HOT FIGHT AT AUGUST Mrs. J. D. Gulley motored to Lexington Wednesday imd spent the day with Mr.( ? units-namel- convenes there next Wednesday, May 28th. It wilt be formally opened with a grand parade and drill at four o'clock on this day, when thousands of people are expected to be present. Every minute will be filled with entertainment including receptions. dances, drills auto rides and many other interesting features. The mem bers of Ryan Commandery will be untiring in their efforts to see that this conclave is a success and that every visitor will be intertaincd from the moment he enters the city. There are many members from Lancaster who belongs to this Commandery and they are lending every effort in its behalf. Single Comb White Leghorn Eggs. S. C. White Leghorn stock from Prize Winners at all shows. Eggs for sale $1.00 per 15 or $3.00 per 100. J. M. Mount. Notice. ALL PERSONS are warned that picnics, hunting, bathing, either with or without suits, is not permitted on my property. W. h. Weaver. Four Nitc Homes For Sale. Four houses, good repair ranging in price from $800 to $1300. Easy pay. ments. H. C. Hamilton. perd-Money- -5 -2 SCHOOL NOTES. (By Wm. F. Miller.) 5 1- -2 per ct. 5 Years 5 Mesdames Fannie Farra and S. C. Denny were in Cincinnati the past week for a stay of several days. Miss Jennie Lackey spent Saturday in Danville with Mrs. and Mrs. Herbert I'rice ond little daughters. 1 PAINT YOUR CAR YOURSELF of car owners have successfully repainted cars with the ARSENAL SYSTEM. No TSAnVEtf5;T0n$75' try uuiiuonair top uicssia? exerieiicc needed. Thousands All colors, Enamel Your Own Lamps With Liquid Gun Metal. Lustre undimmed by heat, stays on. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. THE QUEEN OF THE Kitchen will tell you that It Is just as essential to have GOOD Coal as it is to have good things to cook with in a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of good coal at a fair price. pre-paring Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g Go We give Automobile Tickets on every $1. worth Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dunn and baby are are with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Will and Mrs. I. S. Dunn. Gooch for a week-envisit. Mesdames Belle Perkins, J. C. Eu- - Dr. Ben Bruner In Race For Governor .Mrs. rranK is. Alarksbury was in banks and daughter Miss Annie Lee Danville Saturday to see Mr". John M Against Ed, Morrow. Eubanks of Stanford were guests SatMount and handsome little son. urday of Mrs. Cleveland Rose. While the democrats are pulling wool Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ramsey hnvi Mr. Ernest C. Ray, who holds a over who shall lead the party at the returned to Ilurnside after a visit to lucrative position in Decatur III., is in November election and serve as Governher parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hen Ham Lancaster for a visit to his or, the republicans are also to have Mrs.Hozella Dunn and children motor Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jones. equally as lively n race. ed to Danville Saturday and were the Dr. Ben Bruner one of the most efMr. and Mrs. J. C. Mershon, Mr. and guests of Mrs. J. M. Smith until MonMrs. W. G. Mershon of Coruln were fective campaign speakers in the re day. recent guests of Mrs. John Walters publican party in Kentucky announces Mr. and Mrs II. II. Hall of Winches- and daugnters Miss Mamie and Ethel this week for the republican nomina tion and will be a candidate before the ter motored to Lancaster Sunday and Walters. na were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. August primary. While Dr. Bruner Mr. J. C. McCormick of Henderson-villannounces in his platform for the counArnold. N. C. is in the city visiting his ty unit as his platform on the liquor Mr. Hoscoe Acton, who holds a good mother. Mrs. Sallie McCormick, who question t is understood that he U the position in Louisville, is here for a remains quite ill at her home on Dan- - r candidate of the dry element of the visit to his father Dr. J. M. Acton and ville Auenue. , . .... puriy.fltv aici; mo tur uy in uie raceior family. In Richmond republican nomination for governor be- Miss Mattle Estes was Mesdames C. C. Fox of Danville and last week visiting her brother Mr. A. tween the forces of Dr. Bruner and sister Mrs. George Andrews of New D. Estes and wife. From Richmond Ed Morrow. York have arrived for a visit to Mr. alio motored to Waco and was the! and Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith. guest of friends. iai Annn pmlnm Mr. and Mrs. George Combs of LexMr. Weisell Baber and mother. Miss LULUIxLU OU1UUL ington and Mrs. James Smith of Riclc Ethel Baber and Nits Nell Malonev, all GRADUATES. mond were guests Sunday of Mrs. II. of Peru Ind, are pleasant guests of Mr. im C, KautTman and daughters. Adolph Joseph. They will remain in Tho commencement exercises of the 11 city several days. Lancaster Colored School will take Rev. lieagle will conduct the Union the . ... t I rnuay uw. 1, iinreui .1. il,.. i uii'iicr nexi T.I ti. ll,. i,. S. S. Convention at Fork SunDistrict immedUtely uf ter the close of 3 o'clock, every body ter auxilliary will go to Stanford for "'Kl't day afternoon at no unite lias iv w II M pvni.., n lVi.1i.if ins I'uiuio bhww expected and fnvited to be present and L. District cently furnished'this school with some Mrs. George D. Robinson, hear the good things to be said. Mrs. James B. Kinnaird, beautiful invitations for the eight Mrs. Albert Oldham entertains today, Manager, gradual s. all of whom passed their President, Mrs. T. J. Price. Thursday, at her home in Mt Sterling, Mrs. J. It. Mount, Treasurer and final examinations with much credit. on Howard Aveuue, at a handsome The graduates are; Margaret Anderson. Arnold, Secretary, social affair; one of the honor guests Mrs. W. A. Winnie M. Perkins, Bertha M. Mae, will be Mrs. Harold Oldham, of Rich The following will be in attendance Lucy II. Harris, EthnI M. Garr, Leno mond, nee Miss Margaret Arnold of on Friday at the C. W. B. M. ConvenTevis, William D. Doty and John this city. tion at Stanford; Mesdames J. A. Amon, Robinson. d grand-parente, I s Loans made on real estate. If you Bro. Tinder was a welcome guest at need cheaper money on long time, see our school last Tuesday morning and me about it. gave a nice talk. G. B. Swinebroad, The entire school gives something Lancaster, Ky. line an hour every day, for work on the exercises which will be given ot the BIDS WANTED. last of school. Sealed bids will be rectived upon tho Last Friday ended the ninth month's alterations and addition to the Garrard school work, and about four weeks County Court House, Lancaster Ky, on more of work in this present school or before June 2nd 1915 at 1 p. m., at term. As stated before, this has been the County Judges office at Lancaster, a good years work, ;and much has been according to plans and specifications accomplished. prepared by Weber, Werner & Adkins, Following is the Honor Roll for the of Cincinnati Ohio. Plans can be seen ending Friday. month j at the County Judges office in LancasElgin Mildred Beazley, Broadus, ter or at the office of Architects. James Siler, Christine Sanders, Mary Owners reserve the right to reject any Owsley, Job Marsce, Bernice Champ, or all bids. Katie Barnes Dickerson, Pearl Dicker-so- n, Mary Davis, Clayton Morrow, OIL, OIL, ATTENTION George Nelle Rigsby, Swinebroad, Eugenia D Jnlap, Johnetta Farra, Helen FARMERS. Gulley, Elizabeth Hogan, Paul Morrow, I can save you money, can fill jour Anna Lee PohT, Rebekah Siler, Mays Swinebroad, Ruth Taylor, Mattie Lee barrel, or sell you an A. No. 1, Cox, Louis Dudderar, Lucy Marsee. steel barrel with faucet, 50 gallon Elsie Fathcrgill, Claude Rice Gaines, capacity, at a low figure, and fill same J. O. Bogie. Mittie Dunn, Elizabeth with the best oil at low prices, saving Dudley, Galo Doty, V. A. Lear, Paul you from $1 to $2. If you cn'iinot make arrangements Schooler, Edith Moore. through your merchant, call or phone Standard Oil, Agent, SATURDAY ASK REA NYE. J. W. Sweeney, Phone 152. Lancaster, Ky, i & a pike, well improved with good stock barn and all necessary out buildings, with never failing springs and splendid young orchard in full bearing. The residence contains ten rooms, with bath ' and other modern conveniences. This has been mostly in grass for the past U years and fs now ready to grow hemp or tobacco. Sixty-fiv- e acres in bluegrass, the balance in clover and meadow. The desirable location, fertility of the soil, makes this a most desirable home. For further particulars, apply to Only palm reading act on' any stage. Alex West, Lancaster Ky. Romans Opera Douse all next week. 3 j i FARM FOR SALE. Farm containing 91 acres, three miles north of Lancaster on the Lexington I TO MAMMOTH CAVE. Wednesday, June 1C. A personally conducted three-day'- s tour. Round trip railroad fare from Lancaster, $5. Go. Rooms reserved at Cave Hotel includ- ing board und trips in the Cave for $6.50 making the total cost $12.15. Special couch on regular train 5.00 a. in. free oanu concert on r.ciio rtver. Write or phone L. & N. Agent. U WHEN MOTORING TO DANVILLE Stop at .,.. ii MM SHOP-PERFEC- T 1 ' but that v indigestion and the feeling which always goes with be promptly relieved by taking There Is No .Question distressed At and refresli yourself at our Soda rinrnancll it can a Parlor. before and alter each meal. SJaabox; R. E. McRobsrts Tablet Shop Danville, " - !Porfact Incorporntfd Kentucky. Page 6 oiiCAXixiin i.v.vj. The Central Record, Thursday May 22? hare t Stop! we can. 'We Citizens II. F. HUDSON, National Bank KY. OK I.ANCAHTK.'., Capital $50,000. resident. Surplus $45,000. ..' J. WAI.KEH, Vic- before and after each meal will relieri you. Bold only by us 25c. R. E. McRobsrts f T foAtntfL Dyspepsia wS2lSssi Tablet told us the eamo story distress1 utter eating, gases, heartburn. A Yes Many Peoplo listen! Thcv arc shinning horses and mules out of our country bv the thousands and is seems to me the best time in the world to raise all - I'rest. I T III s - I W. 0. JOE J. Walker, I'.ionev. Ass't Cash't W. F. CIIAMI'. Cashier. Jk.. Cock i i drop In and Ret If not already one of our miiny hundred depositors, won't you the passbook we haxe reserved tor Y0U7. service we extend to our customers. You Try the will be gratified with the results. "Once a depositor, always a depositor," Is coming tobe a slogan here. many-sided A CordkU Invitution. Mil, Jr. Joe, Young Napo and Silver Silk will make the season 1915 at Ben Ham's barn, Hyattsville, Ky. Old Black By Cock Robin A Illack and white ponv, SI Inches tall; OLD BLACK JOE black Jack, over 15 hnndi, extra heavy body nnd large bone nnd has proven to be on excellent breeder. The first mule that Any Jack that will perfectly broken to ride and drive, can he sired, sold for $90 00 cash, at weaning time. sire a mule that sold for 90.0, Inst fall, deserves the patronage ol rack and trot like a big horse, h nev the county. er been defeated In fair ring, will make season COibtdtitht. . f in never need repairs, areinocpen- - of U15 at our premises, the YOUNG d, NAPO III A m CHIEF NAPOLEON, NO. 5107. Walker farm, two miles from Danville, on Stanford pike, at mm. sjyeiDcauriru ana srormproor: h We don't have to worry UiJISU I tJSC crack like slate. J WIS TAey uvn'f leak, burn. curA or rot like wood snm&es. nor i HA! For Sale by This roynl bred Jack will make the season at my pljce at 510.00 to insure n living colt, 520.00 for Jennet colt or $10.00 for Jack colt. Chief Napoleon Is by Hill Napoleon, 3rd, No. 370G, 1st dam Ky's Best 2G54, by John Morgan. Sr., 1951. 2nd dam Joe Blackburn H54. by Daisy, 1215. Hill Napoleon 3rd. by Bnughman Napoleon, 2nd, he by Hill Napoleon dam Missouri Napoleon 179G, he by old Napoleon. Oueen. bv Senator Beck 2119. by Daniel Boone I I 50. I consider this the best vounil Jack I ever owned. He is 15 hands high, black with white points. I will also stand another One Jack, This is n coming three tlint bids fair to make n splendid Jack. He is by Napoleon 3rd., the largest Jack that I have ever seen and out of n John Morgan Jennet. He will be permitted to serve n limited number of mnres. $10.00 TO INSURE COLT. SILVER SILK A 51 inch pony, beautifully mnrked with white and black. and large enough to he useful not the play thing size. He is a grand son of Dock Grey nnd out of an excellent pony mnre. They will ench stand at J MM 111 Phone 523 and $8.00 to Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. At COMBINED STALLION. Insure A Living Colt. " S. II. ALDRIDCE. LANCASTER, KY $6.00 for Horse Mule and $9.00 for Mare Mule. BEECHER MORGAN Danville, - - Kentucky. He is 15H hands high, black with white points and a fine He was sired by John Morgan 2705 (T. O. Hill's champion Jack) dam Nannie B. 2G53, by Old Beecher. the greatest breeding Jack of his A Lien retained on all col's until season is paid and the season ts due from the man who bred mare If parted without our consent Very careful, but not responsible for accidents. G. B. GARRARD PEAVINE Will make the season of 11)15 at my stible at Marksburv. Ky., at HAH, HYATTSVILLE. time. Dorsey Gold Dust. Jr. $ 15. to Insure a Living Colt High Preston 6846. Bay Stallion 16 hands, star, left hind ankle white, fine style and action. He will make the season of 1915 at my fathers barn near Hackley, Kentucky, at $12.50 To Insure a Living Colt. HIGH PRESTON, 6&I6; sired by Carroll Preston, 4383; he by Preston 922 by Washington 54; by Cronwell 73; by Washington Denmark. Carroll Preston's 1st dam Baby Pence 7049; by Enoch Arden; 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont Forrest 2863; 3rd dam Daughter of Garrard Chief 2263; 4th dam Gray Eagle. HIGH PRESTON 6846; 1st dam was Queen Eagle, 11920; she by King Eagle 2556, he by Royal Ring 2555, he by Ontime 745, he by Stonewnll Jackson 72. Royal King's 1st dam Molh'e Mountz, 2584, was by the noted sire Cabbells Lexington. V. S. King Eagle's 1st dam Hip 3579. she by Eaglo Bird 1014. he by Old King Eagle 750, 2nd dam Red Lion, 3rd dam Harris Denmark 45, 4th dam by Jim Hell. HIGH PRESTON 6846; 2nd dam Lady Bird, she by Eagle Bird 1014, 3rd dam Mollie Drennon she by Old Drehnon, 4th dam Copper Bottom and runs back to old Davy Crockett 323G Thoroughbred. Also at the same time and place stand my line Jack, will C. At MORGAN, 4665 Horse Colt $7.00 to Insure a Living and $8.00 For Mare Colt. C. Morgan is a black Jack, with white points, 15 hands high, coming seven years old and has proven himself a good breeder. C. Morgan by John Morgan, Jr., 3703, was aired by John Morgan, he by and is out ol an imported Jen net. John Morgan, Jr., out of Jennet by Joe Blackburn, he by 3rd Prince, he by 2nd Prince, he by Imp Prince, 1st dam Daisy by Dixie, she by Irvin Dixie by Kickapoo, 2nd dam Mullie Gray by Lord Wellington, 3rd dam by Importer. Dam Beecher Jennet. Lien retained on all colts for service fee. Care taken to prevent but not responsible should any occur. Money due when colt is foaled, or mare parted with or bred to other stock without permission. J. F. FOLEY, Hackley, Ky. Garrard I'eavl.ie, 6503. is a fine in Kentucky's tlnest Saddle Stallion will dividual, Rood style and action. Sired richly bred Saddle Stallion will make the seaton of 1015 at my stable make the season at my stable, one by Hex Peavine I'M, grand "ex on This the Uuckeye pike, about 2 miles from Lancaster, Ky., at the low price of mile East of McCrearv and six miles McDonald 833. 1st dam Gordo Lady 1022, he by A LIVING East of Lancaster at the very low price 6330. she by Cerro Gordo Illack Squirrel M. of Duke of Denmark, Jr., by Duke of Rarrard. he by the old I'EDIGKKC Duke of, Denmark. First dam of Duke of Garrard, the House mare, she aired $10. to Insure a Living Colt by old Illack Squirrel. First dam of Duke of Denmark, Jr., Anne Hell by Wal He is a rich chestnut in color, about will also at the same time and place lace Denmark, and out of Lady Morgan, by old Monewall Jackson. The Duke is a beautiful rich rml bay stallion, 10 years old and has proven make the season of 1915 at 16 hands high and weighs about 1,200 See him beto be a sure foal producer and a line breeder of combined horses. pounds, with fine mane and tail and $15. to Insure a Living Colt fore youXbreed. Lein retained on alt colts for season money. Care taken to prevent acTrv Vine bv Ilex Peavine 179t. 1st plenty of bone and substance, with lots dam Guilty 9950, 2nd dam Blue Streak cidents but not responsible should any occur. of natural style. He has racked quarters in forty seconds and stepped just 4S63, by Curtis Peavine. by Peavine 85. He is bred in the purple, being by as fast in harness, both in trot and pace. These are Doth combined horses and He is a full brother to Esteile, by Zicalda the best in the great Dorsey Gold Dust, 12052. the country, being of the Gold Dust, 4400. he by Gold Dust 150, he by Vermont Morgan, he ;by Justin same breeding as the famous show 1st dam Peavine 85, by Young Daimond, he horses, Edna Mae. Hazel Dawn. Jack Morgan, he byold Comet Morgan. by Diamond Denmark, he by Washington Denmark. He has proven himself a Straw. Etc. I will also at the same time and place champion breeder and has shown some of of the best colts in Central Kentucky stand my bit; Jack. filling fast Ilecord 5EJ. Trial 2:H. ranging in price from $125.00 to $150.00 as weanlings. Hisbooksare welcome at all times. Visitors are JOHN MORGAN. JR.. 3705 Half Brother to Lula Watts (2j 2:27t. Mare transferred I retain a lien on all colts until season money is paid. at $10.00 to insure a living colt, John Care taken to Morgan, Jr., was sired by John Morgan and must be paid at once. or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance Trotter. Ilrown Stallion, about 1S hands, foaled It',. prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Phone 3G4-he by Marmailuke and out of an Import Standard Registered Vol 18. He has proven to be i ed Jennet, i Alron. va, 1:17 great mule Jack, is 15, hands high. i D.ik Mini Hit. of J tue Hareh-- ( Noondar This good bone and a fine individual. I llttil Hf HI i;lmoir. ';. Hrlblll!it to ttll.nl Hroo !: Krcord Ilrral II too. I M.rr Jack was bred and raised by Thos. Hill ( Harry Cl.r V Y.lp.TDV',. Hlreut Hlllr Hurk n',. in of Buckeye, Hlt.of t.rl.tniotVi Htiobi; l.ti7' Mtdu Jennj CUy Kram llrook 1 rv;. (Irr.t brood mr ' NorwnMl I hae a big type POLAND CHINA Mr Norwood ill. Hrook Z.rrlnv ROAK that I will atand for $1.00 cash f.T.'t. My Hrllbrook i Daron Wllkr. Ita. 1 ts 1:10. ne Horses, Jacks and Jennets for sale at all times. or $1.50 when booked. Moko lilt: Hlr.of It Inliio.ne. L. I Kir. of Hr.uiU lorke(gur.u Mb. I. Lien retained on all colts for service w CLro . .. ) Hr niraihmore l.x. I.ttiu t:Mv 11) 11MW. taken to prevent accidents 111 fee. Care IU Pain ot Hump. 1.es, nallx Hrllr Il.m ot Ul Mirer Hllk III Blmcb.r l:17t, should any occur, but not responsible MonrlfO III 1 w;1, Hu.lV half i. l it: out ot N. IIIW,, rtf iV,J.l!l, sliivr lo Hltvut Hrook Money due when colt is foaled or Jmare i Wllkr. ; Kite ofCarl Wlk, llli, ll.ltr Cla W parted with or brd to other stock Kail Hf.lrr lo Hll.utl Jailor Clay Hrook UrtS. rl.r Dam ol Hllrnt Hrook B3 llrll.ri.ll.ru. without permission. Mil? Clar 1 IK,, lirddlal'lar ll dam ot rruv 11') 1 ',..!( will make the spason at my place 1 Meadow Hrook 2:0ri,. Silent Hrook l'JTOU, 2:10. sire of Hilly Hurk mile from Bryantsville on the Lex Zarrine 2:071. Hetty Hrook 2:0yj, Mark3bury, - Kentucky. Shawbav 2:071. Iiutter llrook 2:101 Silent Hrigade. (2)Kmma Hrook 2Kf . Lady Ilellbrook 2:10, 2:101. Margaret Ilathgate ington pike, at the low price of (4)2:111. etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (t) 2:07, etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, also produced Iteddie Clay 2:251, and was grandam of True 2:211. Moko 24 157. sire of Fereno 2:0fJ (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Hrenda Vorke (3) 2:081, (Futurity winner) (5) Native llelle (2 2:071 (Futurity filly, ) Manrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity winwinner.) (3) 2CJ (chimpion Susie N. (3) 2:01)1 (Futurity winner,) Gomoko 2:10, ner.) Silver Silk (4) Mode 2:101, Mochester 2:101, Momastcr 2:11, Siliko )3) 2:111 (Futunty winner) etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion.) Vito (4) Chester Dare is a solid bay, IG hands high, nice long rangy neck Martha Tipton (4) 291. O'Neil (3) 2:131. etc. Hrother to Humps 2:031. with more style than any horse I ever owned. He is by Old Chester Union I'. 2:10, etc. Hleucher4Gl&8, record 2.21)1. trial mile 2:111, naif in l:0ri. last iiuarter in Dare. 1st dam by Granby, Record 2:19!4, he by Princeps. 32 secuntU, is u hnmUome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 Munds. He Also at the same time and place will stand my G year old Jack, greatly resembles his good sire Silent Hrook and is out of Clayo, bv the great sflsWSBalP! Futurity sire Moko. Foreign demand has exhausted the supply and w may exHereford Bull pect better prices for our horses in the future. Our advice to mare living horse mule and 510.00 for living mare mule. at 58.00 for owners is to breed their mares and to breed them to stallions of merit bone, good head and ear Black Jim is by Old Napoleon with good SEASON 1915. and proven worth as sires. Hleucher is just the type to produce the colts that and has proven a good breeder. will supply the demand. His colts have proven line, with nice head and neck Lien will be retained on all colts until season is paid. Money due when and plenty of bone and cenformation. mare is traded or bred elsewhere. Will try to prevent accidents, but not Two miles from Lancaster on the This great trotting Stallion will make the season of l'JIS at my stable in should any occur. Richmond pike. Lancaster, Kentucky, at Duke Of Denmark, Jr $8.00 TO INSURE COLT. TRY VINE CLARENCE BEAZLEY. 46158. BLEUCHER Walker Bradshaw, ; McCREARY. KENTUCKY. . o !:,. I?,. . n u 3 . Chester Dare isSBssW II'V MARK GOINS. $10. To Insure a Living Colt. BLACK JIM, Registered Service $2.00 Cash. R. E. R. fl. MOSS, Bryantsville, Ky, HENRY. $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. SQUIRREL PEAYINE Phone 53-- R. Squirrel Peavine is the best bred horse in Kentucky. His breed Peavine. Denmark, Stone Wall. Black Dave, cross of Outline and Old Pat Denmark. He will make the season of 1915 at my barn one mile South of Buckeye on the Buckeye and Lancaster pike at THE NATIONAL BANK OF I.ANCASTER. CopHol A. It Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed Dowadays. It reflects good taste and ,at once creates a favorable impression. Barlowe I will also stand this beautiful Shet- land Stallion for the season of 1916 my stable In Lancaster, Ky., at at $10.00 To Insure a Living Colt. $50,000. Surplus 30,000. $10.00 To Injure A Living Colt. Squirrel Peavine Is n solid black, 1G hands-higand has us much style as Old Rex Peavine and can do just as much if handled a little. He has never been handled as a show horse but lias won n good many ties. I will also stand a three year old Percheon horse at $8.00 to insure a living colt. Also at the same time and place will stand THREE GOOD JACKS at $8.00 for horses mule and $10. for mare mule. Lien retained on all colts for season fee. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should.'any occur. Phone 338-- I am prepared to take care of mares on grass JENMY. President J. E. STOKMES. JMBIIY, R. T Ass't Cashier. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. GILL, at lOcts per day. Lien tained on colts for service fee. re- Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUK For Rent. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur, BUSINESS. the; Central Record. (Phone 95. T. O. HILL,, Buckeye, i Ky. Samual D. Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stonnes, S. C. Danny, J, L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. W. B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. record, Thursday May 22 1915. Page 7 CLAIMS ALLOWED BY FISCAL mm rw rTr v-t-- .. .ww w. k Also, the price of non-transferab- le I REPPATH CHAUTAUQUA In lo inaugurate this Chautauqua this year the local committee bought 600 $2.50 season tickets which will be sold, while they last, by them for $2.00 each. irr.-.ngin-jj COURT. The followiiigis a coK.plete list of the claims allowed by the Fiscal Court of Garrard County at the regular October Term. 1011 up to am) including the April term, 1&15, vis. Claims for work on County roads. (Continued from last week) Claims allowed ftr won. n the Turnpike roads, labor material k c, same paid out of the Treasury, the "Road Fund" as shown h ; Treasurers Settlement with the Kic... Court at the April Term 1&I5 for ti e year 1011. Adams Clarence 3 claims $ II 22 1 (XI Anderson Jess Adams Ambrose 2 otaims 3 12 Arnold W. A. 2 claims 28 50 Adams Farris 3 75 Arnold Ed 5 15 Anderson Roy 45 76 Arnold C. A. 87 00 Adams J. F. 20 00 Howling Green 16 50 Dronston Chas 3 claims 8 12 Reazley Allen 38 claims 210 43 42 80 liottrms John 0 claims Mallard J. C. 61 27 When th esc tickets arc exhausted no season tickets thereafter can be had for less than $2.50. season tickets will not be reduced from the first day to the close of the Chautauqua. tor the single admissions to the respective entertainments see program. Season tickets are ccpt within the owner's family. I EG ex- - CHILDREN'S TICKETS admit children aged six to fourteen years inclusive ALL CHILDREN ARE ADMITTED TO THE CHILDREN'S WORK FREE. eye) of the law. Mrs. Alfred Kails, of llrestwood. who has been lure at thu bedside of her ITCHING SCALP. mother, Mrs. T. I). Newland, returned N'ow that Parisian Sage an inex-- I home last week, her mother being much iireparaliun that supplies every Improved. The remains of Mrs. Joe Munday hair and scalp need- - can be had from It. K. McRoberts, it Is certainly need- were brought here Wednesday from St less to have thin, brittle, matted, Louis, Mo., for burial. Mrs. Munday She stringy or faded hair. No matter how was formally from this citv. unsightly, your hair, how hndly it is leaves a husband and several children. falling, or how much damlrulT, Parisian The Stanford High School track team Sage n all that is needed. Every trace which acquitted itself very creditably of dandrulT is removed with one applica- at Danville recently will go to Lexingtion, the hair roots are nourished and ton Saturday to take part In the stimulated to grow new hair, itching tournament to be held at scalp and fulling hair ceae. Statu University. Parisian Sage is certainly one of the Hill Lee and John Green, both colormost invigorating tonics, and will snrely ed, were given fiO days in jail for selmake your hair soft, abundant nml radi- ling whiskey. They are in ant with life and beauty. court, having had to appear before the Police Judge several times previous for IIAMMACK the same ufTense. Col. George D. Weatherford. of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hall visited his Hustonville celebrated his fiftieth birthparents Sunday. day by entertaining about seventy-fiv- e Menefee McQuerry had a nice milk of his friends at an elaborate supper. cow to die Saturday. Col. Weatherford Is postmaster at Miss Mary Uoss visited her sister Hustonville and has a host of friends in Lincoln county, as well as in other Mrs. Sam Hurt last week. .... : t .. Mi. a L' tia i auiiwicr en it. r milieu a counties, who enjoyed this affair and wish that he may live many more years. number of friends Saturday night. FALLING to state, Is somewhat Improved at this writing. The Paint Lick Graded School closed There were Its third year on Friday. no graduates this year from the High School department, and as the older pupils had given a number of entertain- mcnts during the year, the final entertainment was given by the little folks in Miss Rich's department on Thursday evening. This entertainment which was brief and delightful, was followed by an interesting and instructive talk by Mr. Calfer of Uerea. I HAIR OR SEED CORN In order to get good results, you should use one of the llowing Planters: HOOSIER OR I I UoianJoe Ilurnside John 2 claims Uroaddus George 2 claims Hourne A. M. Rroaddu' G. 2 claims Roian R. C. Bolton John Coulter C. W. 2 claims -- Of BOURBON FOLITRY CCRE fo- CARTHAGE WOMAN TELLS HAPPY STORY several years. She lost appetito and her weight fell off. She could not rest She took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy Just a few doses and found herself Mrs. Laura Duke of Carthage, Tenn., was a victim of stomach disorders for KENTUCKY, n JANESVILLE J. I. CASE. We have them with open wheels at night. and check rowers at attractive prices. ENGAGE YOUR TWINE FROM US NOW ' 1 pecker, PHONE 27. gallard nunc 4-11- 8c Scott, BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. CURES Cholera, Gapes, Limbcrncck, Roup, Canker, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry KVcii.'i'S'Ev "On. -l Am th. U'ac,tl.rUow.. Kr..r cttk 4tv J lliithtMlttvMT.Ik.trnuwd. MM i.pm Kk ih dwkra ilU tt wrm J Mrg. R ruuury iuit:jra -44 lL JTJ Orayiitt. tin tii Gatriitica ij J. K BtbL it.dr. Cromt. Birditows, Ky. old Y 11 lmw- Pries SOc it ill K. .McRo!)crts. Druggist, Lnncnster. Ky Misses Nettie Faulkner and Rena Pointer visited the Misses Dillon Sunday Sally Mae Craves was the guest of her sister Mrs Dolman Drown Saturday. Mrs. Susie Archer was called to Jel-lic- o last week to attend her brother's funeral. Miss Katie Clark of Carteraville vis ited her sist.tr, Mrs. II. M. McQuerry last week. Mrs. Fannie Cross of Thrifty Texas, was called to the bedside of her mother Mrs. Mary Hammack. Phone Walton E. Moss 354 K for prices on strawberries by the crate for Do it now. preserves. Mr. and Mrs. Clell Thomas of n were guests of her sister, Mrs. Far.me Gaatineau Sunday. Mrs. Marv Hammack is very ill at the home of her son, O. L. Hammack, at Paint l.lck at this writing. For A What Is iho Best Remedy For . Constipation? This Is a question asked us many times each day. The answer is Wo guarantee them to bo satisfactory to you. bold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRoberts PAINT LICK Mrs. Mid Ross was hostess at an elegant dining on Sunday. Miss Mary Lear returned Saturday from a visit to Louisville. Mrs. It. G. Woods and children spent Tuesday in Nicholasville. Dr. Montgomery of Bryantsville made our city a visit the past week. Miss Jessie Parks is at home from the Xormal School at Richmond. Miss Moberly. of Kirksville, is the gutst of Mrs. Oscar Hammack. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guynn were visitors in Jessamine the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Robinson are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hammack, of Lancaster, spent several days here th& past week. The Misses Estridge entertained the II. Y. P. U. in a delightful manner Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Seale of Lancaster, were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Tom Logsden on Sunday, W. D. Rogers returned the eleventh from a visit to his father, Mr. Frank Rogers at Franktort. Phone Walton E. Moss, 334-for prices on strawberries by the crate for Do it now. preserves. Mr. and Mrs. Saulley Hughes and son, Sautley, Jr, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Francis. Rev. Godbey of College Hill, and Rev llrowu of Uerea began a series of services ut Walnutta on Sunday. Rev. J. A. Trostle, evangelist for Transylvania Presbytery, filled the pulpit at 01J Paint Lick Sunday morning. There will be a box supper at the Graded School building Friday evening. Every body is cordially invited to come. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Parks, of Jenkins Ky, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs W. F. Purks and Mr. und Mrs. Robert restored. In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery was so rapid she was afraid that It could be only temporary. So she watted from September, when sho took the remedy, until tho following February to pass judgment. Then she wrote: "I wrlto you In regard to your wonderful stomach remedy that I took last September. I feci better than I have In five years. "My weight was 12714 pounds; now it Is H7M. and I can eat anything I want I sleep well at night. I would have written before, but I wanted to see how I got along." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and fntcstlnal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas In tho stomach and around the heart. Get one bottle of your druggist now and try It on an absolute guarantee If not satisfactory money will bo returned. ANY BODY CAN GET A HOME Any Good Man Can Get From One To Ten Years To Pay For It. I have four first class farms, containing about 1400 acres of Garrard County's best soil, which I will cut into parcels to suit purchasers, in amounts from five acres to an entire farm. 310 acies, fertile soil, on good pike, two miles from a thriving village and 1J miles from one of the best graded schools in the State, conducted by four experienced teachers, children conveyed to and from school at the expense of the District; intelligent, cultured and hospitable people for neighbors, in two miles of High Uridge, where boating, and other methods of entertainment are at hand. Five room residence, two tenant houses, 3 acre tobacco barn, 150 acres in grass. Farm is ner the proposed million dollar dam to be constructed on Kentucky river, which will furnish electric light for the entin country. It can be divided irto three farms. The Uuster llrown farm near Camp Dick Robinson, 410 acres, five good barns, all new, splendid residence, thirty foot concrete silo, concretepools, lots of hemp, corn, and tobacco land. Robinson Drothers farm contains 350 acres, one stuck barn, two tobacco barns, seven room residence. Most of this is sand stone land and any farmer in Garrard county knows this kind of land is the land that grows the highest SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION Torpid Liver. CINCINNATI Sunday, ROUND TRIP May 2brd FROM JUNCTION A. M. and RETURN CITY $1.50 101 "1 have used Chamberlains Tablets ulT and on for the past six J ears whenever my liver shows signs of being in a disordered condition. They have acted iUickly and given me the desired relief." writes Mrs K. II. Tru-- I bus, Spnngville. N. Y. For sale by all dealers. SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY bi3S STANFORD Miss Lizzie Grimes, of Lancaster, is the guest of her sister Mrs. Will Porter. Mrs. J. S. Owsley is at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. McAlwain in Franklin. Miss Allie Yantis, of Lancaster, is visiting friends in the West End of this county. Mrs. Walter Saunders, who has been quite ill fur several days is greatly improved. Mrs. Jesse C. Lynn spent the week end in Frankfort with her husband, (Japt Jess Lynn. Mrs. John Charles Osborne, of Knox-vill- e, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Warren. Mrs. Orr, of Covington, who has been the guest of her brother, W. O. Speed In the West End has returned home. W. S. Drye und Mrs. Lucy Miller exHartley attended commencement ercises at Hustonville Friduy evening. Mis, W. L. McCarty has been confined for several days on account of illness at her liomj on East Main street. Mrs. Wallace Gover and little daughter, of Crab Orchard, have been the guests of Mrs. Maggie Gover for several days. Miss Nancy Ycager was the guest of Mrs. Ernest Frank in Danville for the Kappa Alpha Dance last Thursday evening. Mrs. William Hopper, of Louisville who lias been the guest of .Mrs. Kate Hopper returned the first of the week to her home. Mrs. Mack Walls died at her home near McKinney last week after a long illness, aged 33. The burial took place at McKinney. Wesley Naylor. age 18 and Miss Viola Curtis, were united In marriage recently. They are both infants In the Atk Ticket Agent for Particulars II. C. KINCI. IWr and Title! Atfenl East Main St., Lckington, Ky. W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Olllco Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Residence Phone 33. Director and Kentucky. mmamKmmmmmmimsmsimt Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made hit name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Derrles. For treatment of Human Diseases. K'aaHaaaaaaaaaaH Days' Treatment, lleibs-- U Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment J bars Dakota Jack's Crcme Soap, frlce Purtlcy's Indian 11.00 !0, iS 25c .O.L ON IALC AT DAKOTA JACK Tbe MofthoMttrn Cowboy OKIOINATOR C. C & J. E. Stormes and R. E. HcRoctrls. Or FURSUY'3 INDIAN HERBS price tobacco, us well as corn and hemp. The evidences ore on the farm to bear cut this statement. This farm is located on the Kemper Lane near Lexington pike. The Ueazley farm, one and one half miles from Lancaster, on Lexington pike, 290 acres, gcHxl brick residence, tobacco barn, stock barn, in reach of the Lancaster Graded school. The soil is splendid, well watered and the farm Ledford. Miss Alma Lear arrived Tuesday fronts one and one quarter miles on from Jackson Ky., where she has been the Lexington pike, In easy reach of engaged as instructor of music for the town and the entire front can be used as building sites, which I propose to past school term. In any size to suit purchaser. The enterprising firm of Hervey & cut I will exchange any of this property Woods have added a new and complete for Garrard county property at the line of furniture and will carry same in same price I will sell for cash. If you connection with their grain and feed wish to exchange, come with yours business. priced as you would sell for cuslu You Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cotton and son, can get this land just as cheap by exMrs. David Rosi, Mrs. Sallio Rots Law-so- n, change as by purchase if you desire to Master George Lawson, Miss Hel change your location. en Gulley and Mrs. Ellen Owsley Now these are four as good farms as of Lancaster were the guests of Mrs. there are In the county. If you have Mid Ross on Sunday. been a failure, in life, stay at home. Mrs. Fannie Cross of Texas. Is with If you are the kind who never dreads her brother, Mr, Oscar Hammack, hav- any failures, I want to see you. These ing been called here by the serious are live farms and want to see live of her mother, Mrs. Jack Ham- men. Call on or write, mack. Mrs. Hammack, we are glsrl J. I. Hamilton, Lancaster Ky, Clark Pen 4 claims Cowan Arch 18 clim3 Cox II: II. 6 claims rjgjjir Clark and Grimes 4 claims Coress Geo Sold by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. Cowan George 2 claims Coleman CIel and Sons Covert Wm Gores James 2 claims Dunn Edgar 2 claims ISO BABIES LOST. Duddcrar J. F. The illustrated Sunday Herald of Davis Thomps Cork says there was on the LusitaniaSO Dunnenbar John babies who were less than 12 months Dunn Jake 3 claims old and more than 100 others whose Davis A. L. ages did not reach two years. They all Dean Ilarve have been drowned. Elmore J. W. Treas The babies were the talk of the ship Estes S. G. 9 claims and everybody tried to look after them East Walter 3 claims when the time came. There are East Reno numerous cases recovered where both Evans Louzo passengers and crew stripped them- Evans Lee selves of their own lifebelts to put Emmons Tom around the little ones, but it was use- Farris Bill 2 claims less and about 150 of the infants, it is Foster James 4 claims calculated, died from shock and ex- Farra J. M. j posure. They were afterwood seen Graham Setzer Co floating in the water with lifebelts tied Grant A. S. around their little bodies, but they wtre Grow Walter past saving. Gibbs Robert 4 claims Their mothers recovered conscious Gafney Walter 3 claims ness in the rescuing boats only to find Hughes Fred that the little ones they were hugging Ham B. P. 9 claims to their bosoms were dead. Onemothtr Ham Newell lost all her three young children, one Huffman Geo six years, one four, anc the third a babe Humber Wm. 17 claims in arms, six months old. She herself Harry Brothers lives. She held up the three of them Hudson & Hughes in the water, all the time shrieking for Huffman W. L. help. When rescued by a boat party Herring Bright the two elder children were dead. Their Herndon Wm. room was required on the boat and the Hughes Bros mother was brave enough to realize it. Ison C. F. "Give them to me," she shrieked, Irvine Lem 2 claims "Give them to me, my bonnie wee Ison Logan things. I will bury them. They are Jones J. A. 2 claims mine to bury as they were mine Kelley James keep." Kennedy John With her hair streaming down her Kennedy Alex back and her form shaking with sor Kavanaugh Bert S claims row she took hold of each little one Kauffman Geo reverently Kelley Adam 2 claims and from the rescuers placed it in the water again, and pec Litteral David pie in the boat wept with her as she Land, N. R. R. Co 2 claims murmured a little sobbing prayer to Locker Bronston 4 claims Hut her cup of Lawson Henry 9 claims great God above. sorrow was not yet completed for just Leavell Lucian 12 claims as the rescuers were landing her third Leavell Tom 8 claims and only remaining child died In her Logan Chas arms. Long Willie Long R. Leavell Kinnaird . Locker James a claims Lane Ed 2 claims Leavell Taylor 3 claims Moberly Jim Mullins John Moberly John 14 claims Middleton Wm Marsee Tom 12 claims McMurtry Tom Miss Myrtle Cothrum, Matlock A. E. of Russellville, Ala., says: Mullins Cliff "For nearly a year, I sufMayfield Bert 23 claims fered with terrible backMartin Frank ache, pains in my limbs, Montgomery Elgin and my head ached nearly Montgomery Frank 2 claims all the time. Our family Ogg Bnd McMurty doctor treated me, but Pumphrey J. W. only gaveme temporary relief. I was certainly in Preston Huke bad health. My school Robinson Harve 22 claims Ray Frank 6 claims teacher advised me to Ray Jerry 4 claims TAKE Ray Hiram 5 claims Ray and Anderson 3 claims Ray Geo N. Robinson Will Robinson Henry Ray J as Swinebroad G. A. The Woman's Tonic Shelby Herman 2 claims Scott Marshall In all, 1 took two bottles, Standard Oil Co and was cured. 1 shall Smith John, 3 claims always praise Cardui to Stoltz and Locker, 4 claims sick and suffering woSmith John 3 claims men." II you suffer from Stewart James pains peculiar to weak Sutton James women, such as headScott Eb 3 claims ache, backache, or other Shepherd J, L, symptoms ol womanly Sweeney J W. trouble, or il you merely Sanders Bros need a tonic lor that tired. feelTevls Cole nervous, worn-o- ut e- Tudor Woods ing, try Cardui. Turner AIvls Tester Meade (Continued next week.) ,. down a chick's tbroat cures pais, A few drop lo toe drinking water cures ana prevents cholera, diarrhoea amlothercblckd!eae" One Hie Inntle makes 12 rallonn of medicine At all jrucpit. Sample and Ixmklet on caeioi kowis" sent JTlEIi Bourbon Remedy Co. bLtrus, I; 15 00 9 12 226 00 1 00 212 41 238 50 G 23 1C77 80 1 Cottrell Henry 25 19 37 87 165 C9 218 20 65 8 75 ' 92 28 10 00 22 00 10 62 10 00 CO 2 50 12 50 6 75 5 00 800 00 305 06 27 50 10 00 1 25 2 60 60 7 15 104 16 4 '4 00 60 60 60 3 75 36 22 45 91 65 10 00 387 70 5 00 1 00 91 02 53S 88 103 38 13 50 26 25 7 50 179 50 425 00 10 00 2 60 3 00 2 50 25 25 29 99 1 00 6 10 1 50 34 73 10 65 31 25 1 1 55 84 37 41 90 25 25 6 25 55 17 1 1 1 1 24 13 70 2 50 1 Backache 83 2 118 20 2 6 101 38 25 43 266 55 181 293 10 27 203 '8 26 6 34 23 7 25 72 00 10 00 60 25 82 00 00 72 GO 5 80 25 07 .11 60 50 21 Cardui 50 25 00 66 76 60 1 35 37 76 13 62 78 16 85 14 06 8 25 253 04 93 70 4 80 14 43 6 90 18 22 8 75 S3 (Hi 1C2 Page 8 I crepe-de.chncrope-metec- r, The Central Record, Thursday May Women's and commencement and Our entire stock of Women's Misses' and Children's Dresses of Silk, Wool, White and Colored Wash Dresses, Etc., suitable for morning afternoon and oven-In- g MnNHLHWses sumnwcar, for of embroidered K , wear, will be heavily reduced In this sale. Former S15.00 silk DURING THIS MAY SALE. REDUCED TO CD voiles, organdies, tissues, etc., reduced for this May sale. Extra special values offered at taffeta ami faille dresses. vO.OW. I 1 $3.98, $5.00. $6.50. $8.50. sites, ot daintiest batiste, organdies and Girls' wlute dresses, G to voiles; beautifully made and trimmed with laces, embroideries, tucking, ribbon, sashes, etc. Formerly priced from $3.00 to $7.50. VERY SPECIAL DURING THIS MAY SALE Former I18.C0 and $20.00 fine dresses. DURING THIS MAY SALE DURING O Zf Finest $25.00 dresses. One lot of about CO THIS MAY ZgQ. f)( new this season's styles, silk dresses of poplin, etc; splendid values up to $12. Tfr spKJ.VJKJ. DURING THIS MAY SALE. Special to close $1.98, $2.75, $3.75, $5.00. Our Entire Stock of NEWEST SPRING SKIRTS REDUCED DURING THIS MAY SALE One lot of 60 skirts ( the newest this season's styles, materials and colors; sold at $5.00, $6.50 and $7.50. Specially reduced in this MAY SALE TO $3.98. $7.50 newest style skirts $4.95. Up to $10.00 very finest skirts. MAY SALE tain NOW IN FULL FORCE AT THE Millinery and Trimmed Pattern Hats Reduced For This Sale. Note the Prices. One table of trimmed and iintnmmed hats, of this season's newest stvlet; sold up to S3'S0. VERY SPECIAL TO CLOSE OUT PRICE $6.50. I1ARGA1N TABLES ON SECOND FLOOR Extra Special One table of over 25 dozen sizes, newest wash dresses for girls, 2 to made In the newest styles, ginghams, percales, etc. Extra These dresses are good values up to $1.00. special to close out in this MAY SALE 95c One table of better and finer hats, with values up to J5.00. TO CLOSE OUT AT " $1.95 One table up te t'.M hats, suitable for all SPECIAL TO CLOSE OUT 45c Extra Special One table of better wash dresses for girls, I to sizes; sold up to $1.50. MAY SALE PRICE DANVILLE, KEDTUCKY. REA0 THE WONDERFUL Tailor-mad- e $2.75 BELOW. Palm Beach One table of spring pattern hats, that sold up to $10.00. SPECIAL TO CLOSE OUT PRICE REDUCTIONS 95c. Extra Special Women's cotton petticoats of sateen and mercerized cloth, In black and colors; values up to $1.00. DURING THIS SALE $15.00 to $18.00 Women's and Misses Newest Spring Suits Choice of the House, Suits; values up to $15.00 Finest Genuine $3.98 All of our finest and newest hats, trimmed and untrimmed, including panamas, leghorns, milan hemps, genuine milani. lace hata. etc, HEAVILY REDUCED DURING this MAY SALE All millinery trimmings reduced. and May Sale Price $9.50 $19.50 to 525.50 Women's and Misses Tailor-MadHigh-clas- s New-Sprin- g May Sale Price $8.50 Extra Special One lot of over 100 very fine Suits for Women and Misses in all sizes and colors some carried from last season Suits that sold from $15.00 to $35.00 45c. $1.50 values, very fine petticoats, in black and colors. DURING THIS MAY SALE e Suits May Sale Price $12.50 $25 00 to $29.50 Fine Tailor-Mad- Extra Special to close out, $4.75 200 Newest this Spring's Coats for Women, Misses and Children, of the Newest Material. Cloth and Silk: sold up to $25.0l. During this MAY CLEARING SALE WILL BE SOLD AT untrimmed hats e Suits 95c. All boys' and children's clothing. Including woolen suits, palm beach suits, wash suits, extra trousers, etc. REDUCED FOR THIS MAY SALE May Sale Price $14.50 Our Finest $35.00 Newest Silk and Cloth Suits May Sale Price $19.50 $3.75, $5., $6.75, $9.50, $12.50, $ 4.50 2 On our first lloor we have, during this rale, special tables of desirable merchandise, such as WASH GOODS, WHITE GOODS. SILKS, etc., at very special I9W prices; also during this sale there will be special lota of SHOES and LOW SHOES for men. women and children, on the tables at liARGAIN PRICES TO CLOSE OUT. as))ss9'saaayjsafss9a9ssass0sss)afjssfr FARMER'S COLUMN! iniHIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIInlOHIIli e The undersigned hereby gve warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as dpaea below this heading U lot l tie eiclu-iruie of oar farmer mbtcrlUira. and Is for we will prosecute all offenders to ful of nock, sum and alien thing on teat ihe late extent of fr law. Hunters and. farm at lbs larmer cannot afford to adver-(tiNa notice will b' accepted oter lour Fishermen especially take notice. o la.nea of the Hue, and will baoulrln Ed & N 15 Price R. L. Elkin scoao. tree of charge W. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. 1000 locust posts for sale. James G. Conn, II. C. Arnold. Jas. G. Conn. J. C. Morgan. J. P.' Bland. This is to warn the public that my J. II. and W. S. Weaver We will add other names for 25 cents place is posted and that I do not allow any hunting, fishing or trespassing on cash. same. J. P. Bland. POSTED Lost White hound bitch, with colBUENA VISTA lar bearing my name. Reward for in formation. G. li. Colson, Mr. Tom Scott of Harrodsburg v Crab Orchard, Ky., Route 2. with his parents Sunday. Miss Ruth Lame has returned from a Duroc FOR Jersey boars extra good ones, weighing visit to relatives in Danville. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jennings of Lan 100 pounas or over, at $12.50 each, if caster spent several days with relatives R. II. Uronaugh sold at once. here. Crab Orchard, Kv. Mr. and Mrs. It: P. Ison of Wilmore, For Sale; 250 bales of good timothy are the guests of hei parents, Mr. and hay, John W. Miller, Manager, Mrs. J. W. Askins. Lancaster Ky. Phone Walton E. Moss. 354 F. for good driving mares prices on strawberries by the crate for FOR SALE:-Twwell broke and gentle; one six and one preserves. Do It now. W. S. Embry. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Robinson and three years old. Miss Florence Christopher of llurgin 500 bales of FOR SALUAbout were with friends here Sunday. Timothy hay, also three yearling bulls. Mf. and Mrs. John Christopher of Ashby Arnold. Lexington Bpent from Saturday until Monduy with h I s father Thomas 1 am prepared to break young horses both to ride und drive. Prices reason- Christopher of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Milton I'oere and Miss able. It. M. Moss, UryanUville, Ky. Flora Ruble of Jessamine, Mr. and Mrs FOR SALE:-CorPlanter, good as Ed Ballard of Stanford spent Sunday i new, 2 cultivators, harrows'and farm- with Mrs. B. F. Sechrest. ing Implements of all kinds. Bargains A number from here attended the T. A. Elkin. Sunday School Convention at the Fork 30 bushels of nice church last Sunday afternoon,' The Mt For red top sugar cane seed. Phone 312 J, Olivet Sunday School was represented on the program by Misses Lucy Jen J. N. Ross. nings.Sa-'iRuble and Gladys Hamilton. I have 21 shouts and 4 sows that I Mr. I. D. Hacker and Miss Rachel Hud Pollard. will sell at a bargain. Scott repiesented the school at Browns Mr. J. I. Hamilton has eight bushels Chapel. All report a very interesting meeting. of No. 1 hemp seed for sale. o n Sale;-Aboe CASTOR I A For Infants and Children We hare a pleasant laxative that will do Just what you wast it to do.. We sell thousands of tosso soul wa hare never seen a better remedy for the bowels. Bold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRoberts i Do Not Grlpa III lis Fer Ovw 30 Years Uut taturt of Always Wanted It Understood. With no uncertain tongue the com mercial traveler was praising hit Carries Done and Teeth Making Mawares. "They're the finest things terial for Animals Liable to out," be assured the manager ot the Causa Constipation. works. "Why, sir. It you have one ot One hundred pounds of skimmed our machlnea It will pay for itself In milk has a feeding value equivalent less than six months." "You guaranto f bushel of corn. One hun- tee that?" asked the manager, who dred pounds of skimmed milk Is worth was tired of his visitor's eloquence. five times the price paid per pound "Certainly," replied the traveler, eagfor live hogs, and whey is worth erly. "Then, If they pay for themf as much as skimmed selves, you can send me half a dozen." about bargained the manager. "Hut It they milk. Milk carries the bone and teeth don't I can't pay for 'em." making material for animals. When the cream is extracted from It, It Ht Knew That Story. throws It out of balance to some exThe old soldier was again giving tent, and tenda to cause constipation. This can easily be remedied by intro- the youngsters accounts ot the wonducing a little oil cake meal that re- ders he had experienced, especially In places the fat at less than two centa the way of climate. Said he: "I rea pound, instead of the butter which member when we were In Fyiardum we used to toast our bread In the sun, Is worth 30 cents per pound. Youngster and " (Interrupting): "Yes, I know; and you were supplied FEEDING COW GRAIN RATIONS with corkscrews to draw your breath!" Where Animal Is Running Down In Flesh More Corn and Oil Meal May Be Given. Preparing for the Future. Prank, who had Just entered school, Time Is too valuablo for the average came home one day and began fightdairyman to balance an. Individual ra- ing his brother, two years younger. tion for each cow. Ills mother protested at such perThe usual plan Is to mix up a grain formance, when he turned to her and ration for the herd and feed ot It ac- said: "Mamma, I have to teach him to fight because when he goes to cording to the production of the indischool some day I may not he with vidual cow. htm If a fellow hits him, and he must In special cases additional grain feeds may be fed according to certain know how to light." cows' needs, such as giving a cow that Is running down In flesh a little Supreme cornmeal and adding oil meal or some In all the mighty domain ot other high protein feed when a cow there Is nothing quite equal to begins to lay on considerable fat. ot the man the wistful who, after his medical man has told PRODUCTION OF CLEAN MILK htm that 20 drinks of whisky a day have all but ruined his kidneys, Expensive Apparatus Not Necessary, switches to 20 drinks of gin per diem but Time and Labor Are Essential because "he's been told" (says he) Cheapest In End. that "gin Is good for the kidneys." Milwaukee Sentinel. To produce clean milk the dairyman doea not need costly apparatus, but he does have to use more time and Fair Proposition. No bank will loan money to an indilabor. vidual unless it knows all about the As a result It costs more to produce clean milk than it does to produce financial condition ot the Individual. Why, then, should any bank expect an dirty milk. It Is cheapest In the end to pay a Individual to deposit money with it unlittle more tor milk that Is known to less It Is willing to let the Individual be produced under proper conditions, know all about Its financial condition? Sioux City Journal. for dirty milk Is very likely to cause sickness, especially In children, and so Is expensive at any price. His Dsslrs. The business manager of an amaUse for Discarded Wire. teur attraction In a Kansas town made Old, discarded wire, especially modest demands on the manager ot woven wire, makes fine material for opera house. "What kind of a setfilling In ditches about the farm, as the ting will you want?" the theater manIt Is difficult to dislodge and clings to ager asked. "Well," replied the other, everything coming In contact with It, like to thus causing the wash, to' fill up rap-w- ".we'dcomes." have seats for everybody that one-halone-halr. SKIMMED MILK FED TO HOGS "Mrs. Nurlch, I understaud your husband Is one ot the stewards of the racing association." here, "Look young man, my husband gave up cooklu' years ago and I'd rather you wouldn't refer to 1C Buffalo Unpleasantly Reminiscent. Are Yon a Woman ? Bs Practical. doers rather than critics of tho others do. Stand stoutly that for your Ideals; but keep in mind that they can only be realized, even partially, by practical methods ot achievement. Theodore Roosevelt He deeds I The Woman's Tonic Mi BUCK VARNON Illack Jack with white points, 8 years old, 15 hands high, fine breeder and great individual. A Jack of fine bone and action. Will stand at $10.00 to insure a living colt. Will also at same time and place stand a 1'EAVINH HOUSE at $10.00 to insure a living colt This stock will stand at W. 1'. Desh-on- 's farm on the Crab Orchard pike S Ky. miles from Lancaster, Mares grazed at $2. per month. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. The Point of View. The astronomers say they bav discovered a sun spot 100,000 mlltw wide. And yet we suppose it doesn't look any bigger to an astronomer than a t does to most people. Housten-spo- FOR SALE AT ALL DRU60STS ton Tost. Turning a Leaf. "When you turn over a, new leaf,' said Uncle Kben. "you's got to make up yo' mind not to notice de people dat insist on buntln up de back num bcrs an' makln' remarks." First American Savings Bank. In Philadelphia was started America's first savings bank, and that Institution now has about 100,000 more depositors than any other bank in tho United States. Calico Dress Not All. dress can now be bought for a few cents, but there are a number ot other things that induce some men to remain In the bachelor class. A calico Subscribe for the Record and you receive 10 0 0 votes in the pony contest. STOP AT OUR W. P. Deshon. L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. AlllllVE. No 10; a. m. To Maysville, connecting at ltichmoni with L & N to Frankfort it Loulivllle; at Winchester with C & O to Lexing ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at I'aris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Itowland & Stanford connecting at Itowland, L & N to all point: South No 28; 11:01 a. in. To Itichmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Ileattyvllle, Lexington Si Cincinnati, Middleaboro & Knoxville, No 70; 11:60 a. m. GARAGE When Good Equal Rights on the Farm. We are for equal rights to this extent: A farmer should let his wife retire from the strenuous Ufa at the same time he does. Atchison Globe. in Danville A' Prompt Nests Worth Weight In Cold. The edible birds' nests of the Chinese are worth twice tbelr weight In silver, the finest variety selling as high as (30 a pound. Evidently Built Work and Service by Expert Mechanics. Complete line of Tires. Everything in Automobile Accessories. Prestolite Service. -- What Is believed to be the oldest Inhabited residence In the world is a mansion in Germany that was built In 700. Dally Thought. To Itichmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtowri It Bowling Green, and at Uardstowrft Junction to Ilardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 pm. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlsnta. 'm MITCHELL & SHACKELFORD. Envy Is destroyed by true friendship and coquetry ky true love. La Second Street. Phone 124. Danville, Ky. i .