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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 27, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915052701_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 27, 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. CENTRAL RECORD. 'tKfl HEt.WIOh, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD 00 VERNSIEN1. TWKNTT SIXTH TIAI. iTSJSl LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 27, 1915. Court day brought a Everybody Rood crowd. IDIIII I S. mm pa Ask for coupons In the I'ony Contest. Is See our "Daniel Boone" Riding Cultivator, constructed entirely of steel and malleable which makes it exceptionally strong. The Pivot Dodge nnd Pendulum movement of the gangs ure new and attractive features and insure ensy handling. The latest improved machine of its kind on the market Ask for them. Auto Tickets CONN BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks. Important. To Every Man In The County. Big Special Offer FOR ONE DAY ONLY Next Saturday, May 29 To every man purchasing at our store on this day a Suit of Clothes, we will give $2.50 off the price of Suit. Also choice of any 50c Belt or Suspenders in our store. Everything New. A New, Up-to-da- te Stock of Suits to se- lect from. Loiau, Aulersoii&Toniliusou rp WWl How about these for the GRADUATES? GIFT BOOKS, INITIAL PAPER, KODAKS, FOUNTAIN PENS, FINE CANDIES, CUT FLOWERS. AlcR 0 BE I H RTS. ANNOUNCEMENT. We carry a complete line of i 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- We have a nice line of WINDOW SCREENS. Give us your order and we will send our carpenter and put the screens. lip for you. Orders tilled ptomptly. 1m IT ft. H. Bastin & Son MAiTAREE MEETING. at Bethlehem, Ky. Large crowds have attended every service and he hi The Supieme Tent of the Knights of Rood rains. Imrl ft ni!mlip nf npAf..If.n. H will Maccabees will be held in Lexington' ntilnl. next year, according to a telegram rellae vou Joined the "Yaller Dors": I... n knm. C.lnnlaw nn.l fill Some order. sununy morning ana night. ceived from San Francisco last Friday from Col. M. i. Elkin, commander of Candidates were on every corner here th Kentucky Maccabees and he Is given MUCH IMPROVED. last Monday. foil credit for having landed the victory Uncle Dave Boss returned from for Lexington. They say we are going to have an Martinsville, Ind., last Tuesday, very other Street Fair. much Impoved in health and very glad FOR The pony contest first prize will be to be back home again, His friends GOOD PROGRAM will-bawarded next Saturday week. glad to know that his rheumaKENTUCKY EDITORS. Subscribe for the Kecord and get tism has almost entirely left him. The first stroke of the brush will prove the superior covering hiding An unusual program has been pre1,000 votes on the pony and cart. power of Kurfees Pure Lead and Zinc Paint. You will immediately appreTWO IN ONE. pared for the midsummer meeting of ciate the difference In spreading a paint composed of: Most everybody in Lancaster is going Association, which SO Lead and 20 Zine Mr. Wm. Marshbanks. of I'atnt Lick. the Kentucky Press to Danville today and to the hop tonight and the paint you have heretofore been using. brought to this office quite a curiosity will be held at Olympian Springs. June In no other naint will you find SOX Lead; nor will you find a paint Are vou in love? Are you in doubt? In the shape of an egg. It was the hen 7Jto 11. Fresident James It. Lemon of such heavy body. Are you In trouble? - Ask "Ilea Nye" variety and about the size of an ordinary and all members will give themselves Ordinary paints do not cover like Kurfees paint, for the simple reason at Itomans Opera House all this week, eoose eeir. On the Inililn nf this pcl' up to four days of solid enjoyment, that they do not contain sufficient Lead to make them cover. Vou know prowas a well developed and fully matured while the educational end of the . I. . . C.L..1..... L a paint must contain Lead and lots of It, If you expect It to cover and l. II wear Well. egg, tne size or an ordinary hen egg, gram will provide ample facilities for h ure. 'The Seats of the Mighty" In 7 everv one to learn more about thr conIf you get Kurfees 80V Lead and 20 Zinc Paint, you dbn't need to the shell being perfectly formed. 3g reels, at Itomans Opera House Friday duct of the newspaper business. buy as many gallons for the Job as you would of ordinary paint, nor will night. you need to repaint the job so soon. INFANT DIES Kurfees Outaide White is the whitest white; makes the whitest houses; ACCESSORIES AFTER Its anybody's pony up to this time and the colors are all good and permanent. Let us figure on your Job. The seven month old babv of Mrs and the one that works the hardest THE FACT. from now on will prnbablr land the Fanny Cross, who has been visitin? her brother. Mr Walter Hammack, died at coveted prfze. The cptain of the Leylaud liner the dood Samaritan hosnital In I.eiimr. "Ned" has caught "Kunawaw June", ton Tue'sday and will be buried In the Etonian says that when he received O. S." of the Lusitania and now if Kennedy will catch the "Clutch Lancaster cemetery (Thursday) the "S. ing Hand", movie goers trill breathe The little fellow had only been sick a tried to go to the rescue he was chased signal easy once more. few days and his death Is a sad one to by two submarines and received a the family, besides being shockingly from tho Narragansett, similarly at Myaterous "Itae Nye" is drawing sudden. tacked, which said she had been missed both inside and out. big crowds at Itomans and is considered by eight feet only. The Etonian hadto a wondor. She can tell you anything YOUNG give up the effort. DOCTOR IN TOWN. The outside White that is White. you want to know. It is not apparent, that the Etonian El Lancaster has a bran new doctor In or the Narragansett, thirty miles from The "Seats of the Miirhtv" will be the person of Dr. James Burnett Lusitania, could have reached her the next big Schuberts feature. These Gilbert. He has bung out his shingle the in time to be of service, inasmuch as shows, at Itomans. are alwavs at feature the home of his parents, Dr. and she sank only a few minutes after the good and always enjoyed. Mrs. J. S. Gilbert, on Danville street. blow was dealt. Nevertheless the Pony tickets given on all cash sales. on Lexington pike. and for a while he will be administered submarines which interfered with the oij unto, but hopes seme day to pay the attempt were accesso ies after the fact ladies blue serge sack coat, two badges pinned in lapel. Any information will proud parents and friends back by ad- to the murder of the victims of Ger be gratefully received at this office, pd ministering unto them. If he is just many upon the Lusitania. half as good a doctor as Is his father IC c DC DC 31 DC Miss Annie Herndon held the lucky they will have every reason to be proud GARRARD BOY number that drew the handsome set of of him. china that was given away at the WINS HONORS. itomans Opera House last Saturday LUSCIOUS STRAWBERRIES. night. Last week Mr. G. C Wilson of Paint Mr. John G. Doty, ot Marksbury, The old soldiers are pa. sing from the brought us some strawberries Monday Lick. Kv.. a Junior in the Arts and sight ot a people to whom they have that were fit for the gods to eat, being Science department, won a triple set of been an inspiration and a pride formore entirely too good for mortal man. We prizes by winning first place in the than a generation. Is there anyone to do not know what variety he calls Bennett Pilze contest, first in the Bar grudge full meed of praise and comfort them but we cail them the "hen egg" ker short story contest and the best for the few who still remain? variety, all of them being about that constructive worker in the Patterson size. Such acts as this make the thorny Literary Society. The first prize was "Lives of poor men oft remind us path of the The fullest measure of variety in White and colored editor a little easier and twentv dollars in sold, and the subject honest toll don't stand a chance; the enables us to take and De up our duties with a of his essay was "The Origin rn Cotton Goods more we work we leave behind us big- lighter htart, glad to t a hungry velopment of Parliamentary Govern ger patches on our pants. On our cut tut ment." The second Drize was ten dol pants once new and glossy n jw are lars In money or books, and the subject patches of different hue; all because of the short story was "To trisco FOUR WILLS inches wide in large variety of colors and subscribers linger and won't pay up Without a Cent". The third was five what Is due. Probated In Conntj Court MobiIjt. patterns. dollars in money pr books for the best Most of the time of County Judge C. all round literary worker. If you want strawberries you had Lace and Embroidered Voils, also Pretty Mr. Wilson is the son o f Geo. M better by this week as my supply will A. Arnold was ocupied last Monday of Paint White Goods for Wash Skirts. morning when four wills were filed for Wilson, a prominent farmer soon be exhausted. will . probate before him. The will of J. K. I .irk Kv. and doubtless his friends Walton E. Moss. I'hone A magnificent assortment of Plain and Fancy Ribof his best efforts put Henderson, dated Oct 27th 1914, left be glad to hear college. bons for sashes and hair bows. Give us a call. of all his property, both real forth in DECORATION DAY. and personal to his wife Lucy HenderDecoration day is always observed in son, the remainder to be divided equalTWO ROUTES some way in Lancaster and this year ly among his four shlldren. His sons. THROUGH ' FOR DIXIE HIGHWAY will be no exception to the rule and all Samuel and William are made executors LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. persona wl o have flowers are asked to without bond. That of J. J. Thompson Lancaster Gets Neither. Kentucky. I II II 11 II II graves of the Blue and dates April 13rd. 1910. left his widow tee that the the are Gray decorated alike and not the home place with 100 acres of land appointed to se The Commissioners to be hers absolutely as long as she reforgotten. s Highway" beingunable mained his widow. To his youngest lect the "Dixie compromise daughter, Lucile he gives $500 In cash Id aeree on one route, a selected CIRCLE GIRLS. and she is to share equally with the nine was made and two routes through Kentucky and Tennessee, Mesdames L. G. Davidson, L. N. children the remainder of his estate. as an Eastern and Western Miller. V. S. Kmbrv. Rozella Dunn. James II. and J. Frank are made ex known route. "The Eastern Route will Lawson, Albert Ware, Uruce ecutors under the will. The will of Sallie Chattanooga to Knoxville Lawson and Misses Al lie Yantis and Mrs. Ann Walker was also probated run from Cumberland Gap. to Mid- and Mr. B. E. Hudson was made t n Ilesaie I'rather. renresented the "Circle llvshnrouirh. to Mt Vernon, to Berea, ALL THIS WEEK AT Girls" at the C. W. I). M. at Stanford executor under tte will dated in year Richmond, to Lexington and on to Thursday. This circle received official 1895. Steve Lewis, colored, under his to Cincinnati. The western branch will recognition for sending in the best re will dated April 2tth 1915, leaves his Nashville, to entire estate to his wife and children run from Chattanooga to port in the 10th district. Indianapolis and on to and Jim Hood together with his wife Louisville to Chicago. are made executors. NO DIRT ON THEM Lancaster is left high and dry, as well m several other eood blue grass Mr Walton Moss, the atrawberrv COURT DAY CROWD towns, but we have the Boone Way king is using sanitary methods in care-in- g and the best roads in the state and II The Largest (a Years. for his berries and tells us that it we wilt just keep them up to the presdoesn't matter how hard it rains, no high atandard we will get the dirt of aiy character ever gets to his The largest crowd that has been In ent just the somo, for we have put berries. He presented this office with town on court daj for months, was here travel busy day with Lancaster on the map and she is there two boxes, gathered immediately after last Monday. It was to stay. the down pour yesterday and they were merchants and reports are that busiperfectly clean of all foreign matter. ness was very satisfactory in all lines. The farmers were especially happy over the fine rains of the last few days SOME PAPER. and with the present outlook for good WHEN AUTO TURNS TURTLE. The "Conclave Editlpn" of the Dan- crops, as molt of them have taken adville Messenger containing twenty vantage of the wet season and many VMI ilrivinL' his machine at a mod pages, brim full of news and good read- tobacco plants have been set. There ing matter, plenty of well set and dis- was about 160 cattle on the market and erate rate ot speed out Water street played advertisements and printed on most of,themsoldat satisfactory prices. last Friday evening about duslc, Mr. J. tbe best quality of book paper, takes There waj a good demand for long W. Sweenev accompanied by J. W. Palmer, lost control on the slippery the rag off the bush over anything we yearlings at from 530 to $35 a head. J. D. Whitehouse, of Boyle, bought street and the machine togetner witn have ever seen gotton out at any country newspaper office. It is Indeed a a bunch of yearlings at $25 to $30. its occupants, turned turtle and landed credit to the town, an honor to the Lawson and Brown bought a good bunch upside down on the plank walk below, profession and should prove a blessing of lamba for June 15th delivery at 7i a distance of about sir feet. All three were pinned under the ma- to its many subscribers. We take off cents and quite a numbet of hogs of i,in ami but for the timely assistance dilTereht parties at 7 cents for Immedi our hats to the Danville Messenger, ate delivery. Mr. Well bought a bunch of neighbors, who heard the crash, the Shell 0atsat$27.60ahead. accident might have proved ratal to Thursday night Kea Nye "will answer questions BOONE WAY. of heifers of LANCASTER'S Mr. J. D. Horton of Lincoln sold a some of theje clever gentlemen. Mr. and do palm reading. By a 'purely typographical error, the bunch of 16 head of steers for $22.50 a Palmer was Dinned in such a manner died of suffocation be name of Lancaster was omitted irora head. Mr. W. B. Burton the king of that be nearly the list of towns through which the horse and mule buyers, made a few fore aasisUnce arrived, It wm round Boone Way will pass, in th last issue purchases here Monday; pair of four afterwards that he had sustained a MISS NYE will forecast the future of Laacaster of the I. J. The omission Is sincerely year old mules of Charlie Dean, for broken rib, while Mr. Sweeney received regetted for the Garrard county boya, $310; three nice mules of Sweeney a severe cut on the lip and other painfor five years. Also Big Special Feature Picture led by John M. Faria and Ilenly V. Morgan, for $145 a head; a draft horse ful lacerations. Mr. Hamilton was at Seats of The Mighty" In Seven Bastin made a fine fight against some of Taylor House for $150 and an aged Ant thought to have received fatal in (dividual opposition in certain quarters mule of Dick Albright, of Lincoln for juries and was carried to his home on a EXTRA-SATURD- AY MATINEE 3:30 P. M. and won out. The route goes from $140. V, A. Lear another good Gar stretcher. While all had a close can, Stanford to Lancaster and thence to rard county buyer bought a bunch uf we arc glad to state that they have alquestions for Ladles only after MiuNye will amwer Danville, and the I. J. regrets that In sheep of Job Marsee at five cents a most entirely recovered and will soon picture Matinee. ' Saturday Niht, complete chaiuje. some Incomprehensible way the hustl pound and of Ed Grow his entire crop be themselves again. This is tbe first BCVfinn sVaTkIM16 ing little capital of Usrrani wai left of lambs for June delivery at 8) cents iiiiunnhila tecidat In Lancaster, not m laaawauv ut of Its fjjat report of the proceed a pound, Also tbe lamb of Job Marsee withstanding the fact the Urge number; hkasailakAeVsaiaaMsaa)saa saaisaBa tngs Interior Journal. bow in use In the city. at same price. rejoicing over the ! I ' i REVIVAL. Brother Poliitt reports a great METHODIST LEXINGTON GETS We are headquarters for HOUSE PAINT m S I HASELDEN BROS. is G. L0ST:-Saturda- y M. LYONS CASH BUSY STORE. - 36 JAPAN CREPES 351-K- one-thir- d G. M. LYONS. ASK KUA NYE Romans Opera House, GYPSY PALMIST CLOSE CALL P RO O RAM. FRI0AY BIG FEATURE NIGHT. Reels"The nanvuraa. I Page 2 A The Central Record, Thursday May LtlftHy 6UARAMTEED CURE Bourbon lloa Cholara Remedr guaranteed f NEEDFUL KNOWLEDGE Lancaster People Should Learn lo De- hoi DnM??l. Writ. Sold by to cure and P""oi rt P tl than known rmdr. Work cho?.lt inrbo soldbitrinch anr ethermrot. At All stronir on li wnakl nil T""""""7 lect the Approach off Kidney ease. Dis- B.M.nv Tour hof .. if., bo.ll.l t.HIn how to COMPANY. I.ilnten. K. The symptoms of kidney trouble are many. DItordered kidneys often ex- Crete a thick, cloudy, offensive urine, full of sediment, Irregular of pnnatre or attended by a senaatlon of scalding. The back may ache, headaches and dizzy spells may occur and the victim Is often weighted down by a feeling of languor and fatigue. Neglect these warnings and there is danger. Uelay ofteu proves fatal. You can use no better endorsed kid ney remedy than Doan'a Kidney Pills J. R. Mount, Son & Co. Hi ii ' h i i.t HEAD LIGHT. Head Light will make the season of 1915 nt our barn, 3 miles below Bu keye on the Buckeye and Lancaster pike at the very low price of $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Head Light is n bay with white points, G years old, 15?i hands high, has plenty of body and natural style and action. He is a great horse and a good breeder. He was sired by Red Leaf 21391, record 22G!4, Trial 2:1G. half i:0GK the sire of Mary 2:23 and Red Spite 2:29 Vi. He by C. F. Clay, record 2:18. His first dam was by Granby, record, 2:19 U: 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, Here's Lancaster proof of their merit. W. M. Zanone, stationary engineer. Campbell & Crab Orchard Sts., Lan caster, says: "My Kidneys were dis ordered and the kidney secretions were irregular in passage and contained sedi ment. I had pains in my back and sides and when I stopped, I had dif ficulty in straightening. Doan's Kin nev Pills relieved me." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don' simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that The Tenth District of the Christian n Mr. Zanone had. Co. Endeavor which unbraces Madison, Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Pulaski, Garrard, and Lincoln, held Its annual convention at the Stanford Christian church last Friday and Satur STANFORD day. Thursday was C. W. B. M. day Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coffey are visit and there wero delegates here from counties In the district and was ing relatives in Danville this week. Mrs. Edgar Reynolds and Miss Mary thoroughly enjoyed by the ones who at Lois Gann, were here Saturday shop tended. One of the most enjoyable features of the program Thursday was ping. an address delivered by Itev. F. M Mrs. John Shames, of Columbus, Ga Tinder of Lancaster, "The Perils of the is here visiting her mother, Mrs. Lelia Rural Church." Friday vs Sunday Cook. School Day and a number of speakers Mrs. W. T. West, of Lancaster, ha were here, one being Dr. It. II. Cross been visiting her friends, Mrs. W. B, field, ot Lexington. This convention O'Bannon. was very beneficial to all Sunday School Miss Anna Chancellor is the guest of workers who attended. Misses Lena and Mary Dee Beck Foster-Milbur- portant cases. Thera are sU to be 34 tended and percentage mark obtained: (Total days 107; percentage 100) divorce cases, but no murder cases. GRADE ELEVEN Terrill Withers and Miss Willie Belle Emma Estridge, 139, 7& Holtzclaw and vMlllam Dudderar and GRADE TEN Miss Lena Traylor surprised their Morris Todd, HW, 85, Sdl Ralston, friends Thursday evening by driving to the Methodist parsonage, where ISO. S3, Ora Estridge, 1C2, 82, Logan they were married by Itev, Greer. Mr. West, 168, 75. GRADE NINE Withers is n prosperous farmer of this Mabel Hall, 167, Ml, William CalO- county while Mr. Dudderar is a farmer of Garrard county. Miss Holtzclaw Is a well, 165, 82, Cleone McWhorter, ICS, daughter of Mrs. Lucy Holtzclaw and 7!), Willie Williams. 109. Tfl, Marie Iu'.i, 69, James Mason. 100, 69. Miss Traylor n daughter of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Traylor. Both ato very Gtatha Anglin. 153. 68, Geneva Itucker, 161, 5S, Gordon Gason, 149, SS, Amis charming young ladies. 166, 55. Commencement exercises' of the Parks, List B. showing number of days Stanford Graded School here being held tended. this week it the Opera House. The GRADE ELEVEN Baccalaureate sermon was preached at Jerome Cot'on 68, Maud Kidd 46. the opera house Sunday evening by GRADE TEN. Itev. 0. S. Candler, of the First Nell Rice 146, Chester Metcalf Methodist church of Lexington. The Louise Rice 114, Hazel Patrick 23. Annual Club recital was given GRADE NINE Monday evening, which was a very en Ava McWhorter 145, Frank Ledford joyable affair. On Tuesday evening 106, Dewey Metcalf 103. Curry Rice 95, the Class Day progiam was given. On Metcalf 93, John U Brown 91 Wednesday ovenirg Piof. K. F, Christine Beasley 79, Farguhar, of State University, of Lex Mabel Baker 86, Sam C. ington deliver an address to eighteen Goldia Cotton 70, Dora Scott 61, Rich graduates and on Thursday evening the ard Lackey 61, Hayes I.cdfoid 58. Kidd 46, John Kidd 32, Willard annual recital will be given, by the ex Nellie Baker 12. presslon and music department. Message No. 6 buy his goods f Artn't you n afraid of his line because h looks as If no one ever gave him an order t Stmt thing Is trus of a seedy town. To be ptosperous w must look prosperous and show local pride. ' buildings p.y because they bring d Cle.n stfMts, nice ttorti snd PilM-hungr- y buildings are least escuubte, for paint made of business. To the Duslnctt Men of Lancaster When a t.lftm.n oils on you, do you White Phoenix Painter Trails Lead (Dutch Dor Mark) and pure llnsred oil pays its way by protecting buildings against rot and decay. Let us estimate on your painting job. We have all good painting requisites. Call us up today. DYER, TENN., MAN SUFFERED 40 YEARS J. T. Cattleman Finds Hope Fulfilled After Passing Threescore Years. for forty years, taking all aorta ot medicine, following all kinds ot medical advice. In all the forty yrars, ho said, ho never had a real good day until ho tried Mayr" Wonderful Itemed. Then he discovered something. Let bis letter tell about It: "The first dose of Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy caused rail stones to pass from me. I am feeling much better than I have ever before. I am Ct years old and I had never before enjoyed one whole good day. "I would not jrirc the one bottle you sent me for all the drum and doctors' tacdlclno that Is made." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy bIvcs permanent results for stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure or gas In tho stomach and around the heart Gctono bottle of your druggist now and try It on an absolute guarantee If not satisfactory money will be returned. ANY BODY CAN GET A HOME Any Good Man Can Get C. C. & J. E. STORMES, Druggists, Lancaster, Ky. suffered J. T. Castleman of Dyer, Tenn,, from stomach derangements W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, BOYS AND GIRLS WILL Ollice Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Director and At $10. to Insure a Living Colt. Shelbark Is by Dock Gray, an Imported Shetland and out of Coys Shetland Pony. Shelbark is 52 inches high, beautifully markHe is known as the ed and is a splendid Individual. Webb Rainey Pony. We will also SHELBARK stand our big G at the same time and place year old Jack, 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. RAY & ANION Phone 387-H- . Buckeye, Ky. McKinney. FALLING HAIR OR Miss Edna Early, of Berea, is the at' tractive guest of her cousin, Miss ITCHING SCALP. Mary Early. Now that Parisian Sage an In-.Mrs. J. L. McKee ltiffe has returned home afer spending a week or more in pensive preparation that supplies every hair and scalp need can be had frcm Cincinnati. Miss Mary Craig llayden, of Paris, It. E. McP.oberts, it is certainly need matted. is the guest of her grandmother, Mrs, less to have thin, brittle, stringy or faded hair. No matter how Permelia Brown. unsightly, your hair, how badly it is Miss Isabella Tompkins, of Walton falling, or how much dandruff. Parisian Ky., has been the attractive guest of Sage is all that is needed. Every trace Mrs. Tom Pence. of dandruir is removed with one applica Congressman Harvey Helm left Sat tion, the hair roots are nourished and urday for Washington city to spend stimulated to grow new hair, itching fen' days on business. scalp and falling hair cease. Miss Marietta Milligan, of Lexing' Parisian Sage Is certainly one of the ton, has returned home after a visit to most invigorating tonics, and will snrely Mrs. Morrison Bright. make your hair soft, abundant andradi ant with life and beauty. Mrs. Mittie Bibb, of Nashville Tenn, is visiiing relatives ami inenUs near .here in the West End. PAINT LICK Mrs. Frank Lee and little son, Frank Welsh, of Middlesboro, are the guests Mr Frank italston is ill with measles, of Mrs. Mary Owsley. Mr. Woods Walker was a visitor in Miss Lillian Cochran, of Lancaster, Le.xingUn the past week. spent several days last week with her Misses Ethel and Emma Estridge aunt, Mrs. W. S. Fish. spent Monday night in Berea. Miss Annie Kennedy, of Franklin, Miss Luitt McWhorter has returned Tenn., was the week-en- d guest of her from an extended visit to London. Miss Sue Taylor Englemun. .sir. Williams, of folly's Bend, wis Mits Allie Yantis, o f Lancaster the guest of Mr. G. M. Treadway, spent several uays last week with her Friday. cousin. Miss Lottie Carson. Miss Jeanette bkindge is the guest Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jofies are the guet of he. pxrents, Mr. and Mrs. of Miss Sallie Mills Craig In Stanford this week. E. H. Norman at Walton, Ky. nr. I'aul Harris ot Leuisville, was Mrs. Eliza ColTey. who has been the guest of Miss Mary Bain Wynn the guest of relatives in Grand Rapids, the past week. Mich., returned here this week Miss Margaret Cochran of Whites Mrs. R. M. Gentry, of Frankfort, Station, is the guest of her sister Mrs, is here at the bedside of her uncle, Mr, 0. C. Kucker. Watt Dudderar, who is quite ill. .ir. ana .Mrs. KclU Lear, anil son, Mr. and Mis. J. W. Clark and little Reid. Jr., are the guests of Mr. and daughter, Martha are visiting relatives Mrs. B. M. Lear. and friends at Lexington and Millers Mrs. M. K. Denny and son, Beattie, From One To Ten Years To Pay For It. Barring the unforeseen, each retail buytr of a new Ford car. between August 191 1 and August 1915, will rebeive from $40 to SCO as n share of the Ford Motor Company's profits. Anyone can drioe a Ford it's so simple in construction, No complex mechanism to learn. In town or country, for business or pleasure, Ford cars serve every boby, for about about two cents a mile to opdrate and main-ta'n. Touring Car $190; Town Car fG90; Coupelet $750; Sedan $975, f. o. b. Detroit with all equipment. On display and sale at Runabout $410; it THE MADISON I.NtOKVOIUTEU GARAGE, Kentucky. Richmond, 'i I 1 1 To INSURE In a Leading 1 1 I 1 it 3,600,000,00 THOMAS & EL, KIN, Agents. CAPITAL, American Company Such as the Springfield Fire and Marine. of Lancaster, spent Thursday here th guest of relatives. Mrs. Hays .Metcalf und little daugh ters, left Tuesday for a visit to her parents at McKinney. Quite a large crowd drove down from Berea Sunday and attended the revival services at Walnutta, Phone Walton E. Moss, 351-for prices on strawberries by the crate for preserves. Do it now. The box supper at the school building for the summer. on Saturday evening was u most enjoy Samuel Damerson, of the West End able affair and netted the school about of this county was fined $23 In Judge $10. Bailey'a court last week for "dogging' Mrs. Fanny Cross, of Thrifty Texas, hogs belonging to Arch Leonard. left Monday for a visit to her brother, Dr. and Mrs. T. II. Singleton, of Mr. Walter Hammack in Lancaster. McKinney are here attending the com Miss Mattie Woods who has been t mencement exercises this week and Madison Institute' for the guests of Supt. and Mrs. Gar student at are the past school year is at home for the land Singleton. summer vacation. Harry Heinhart and Misses Elizabeth W. 0. Walker of Stanford and Ste- Higglns, Lissa Holtzclaw and Cath phen Walker of Houstonville, were erine Gregory, of the College ot music the past week. of Cincinnati, came home to take part visitors here Mr. Joe McCormack and little daugh In the Bach Itecltal, Monday evening. ter, of Hendersonville N. C. were the They returned Tuesday morning and Mrs. E. L. Woods Quite a number from this city at- guests of Mr. on Thursday. tended the opening dance and rink at and family Mr. Conn Ashcr, of Livingston, was Elixir Springs last Saturday evening. James Cooper conducted the dance in a the guest of friends here for several most pleasing manner and all; who days the past week. Miss Burnam Estridge accompanied him home for a were there enjoyed it very much. visit. C. Bailey moved his family here short J. Mr. Esariah Shepherd was the victim from Crab Orchard last week into the property owned by Mrs. Woodle Hale, of a painful accident on Friday afterWhile attempting to bend a Mr. and Mrs. noon. on East Main street. Bailey and family will be given a heavy piece of wire it broke and one hearty welcome in this city, their old eqd struck him in the eye just above the pupil. We are glad to state that home. sight was uninjured, but it Is of The May term of Circuit Court begin the The petit and grand course, causing Mr. cnepneru great here Monday, and bis friends wish for juries were chosen and Judge Charlei Inconvenience, apeedy recovery. A. Hardin gave Instructions to jury In him a Report of High School Department a very impressive manner, urging them .... , . . n Lick Consolidated School 10 luuft autrr tm violations viI mo tawi of the Paint that existed In this county, Thedocket or A. "hewing number of dayi at- Is a very full one. but not so many Im-- 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor and children spent Sunday in Lancaster with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. M Lyons. Mrs. Mary Gaines, who has been quite ill for several week is not im proving as rspidly as her friends would like to have her. Claiborne C. Walton, who has been attending school at The Military Instl tute at Millersburg has returned here WH-191- burg. 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 aiaounts frpm five acres to an entire farm. 310 ucies, fertile soil, on good pike, two miles from a thriving village and li 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 ot the District; intelligent, cultured and hospitable people, for neighbors, in two miles of High Bridge, where boating, and other methods of entertainment are at hand. Five room residence, two tenant houses, 3 acre tobacco barn, ISO acres In grass, r arm is near tli.' pro posed million dollar dam to be constructed on Kentucky river, which will furnish vlectric light for the entir coun try. It can bediviited irto three farms. The Buster Brown farm near Camp 110 acres, five good Dick Robinson, barns, all new, splendid residence. thirty foot concretu silo, concrete pools. lots of hemp, corn, and tobacco land. Robinson Brothers farm contains SSO acres, one stock barn, two tobacco barns, seven room residence. Most uf thin is sand stone land and any farmer in Garrard county knows this kind of land is the land that grows the highest price tobacco, us well as corn and hemp. The evidences arc on the farm to bear cut this statement. This farm is located on tho Kemper Lane near Lexington pike. The Beazley farm, one and one half miles from Lancaster, on Lexington pike, 290 acres, good brick residence, tobacco barn, atock barn, in reach ot the Lancaster Graded school. The soil is splendid, well watered and the farm fronts one und one quarter miles on the Lexington pike, in easy reach of town and the entire front con be used as building sites, which I prnimse to cut in any size to suit purchaser. I will exchange any of this property for Garrard county property at the same price I will sell for cash. If you wish to exchange, cumo with yours priced as you would sell for cash. You can get this land just us cheap by ex change as by purchase if you desire to change your location. Now these are lour as good farms as there are in the county. If you have been a failure in life, stay at home, If you are the kind who never dreads any failures, I want to see you. These are live farms and want to see live men. Call on or write, J. I. Hamilton, Lancaster Ky, I times she laughed with me at myself. But never unless I laughed, too, and laughed first." That was his answer SOON BE AT HOME. when he was asked to what one element more than to any other in his life he There are hundreds of homes to which attributed his great success. "1 was young collegian will come back next always made to feel comfortable at And these voung college girla horn." month. and boys will be very ierious and they will want to be taken Ic tarnrst by 'ADVICE" those at home. And in some of these homes everything that these collegians things ain't going right with "When do ami say will seem "funny" or "upj you, and you can't make them gee; pish," and the sisters and brothers who when business matters look real blue, have remained at home will make up and you fear bankruptcy; when b their minds and b "bound" that their gather on your stock, and cuscollegiate brother and sister shall not tomers are rare; when all your assets be "airy" or "put over any of their are In hock, don't cum and tear your airs" on them. The hair. Just listen to this good advice, families do make lift very bitter for and take ft If you're wie; (jive every their voung collegian in just this way, article a price, and then go advertise. and fathers and mothers frwjuently Aral advertise from worn to night, have only themselves to thank for th don't overlook a day; and soon you'll departure of their sons and daughters see the world go bright, and things leaving home, not seeking so much the will come your way Invost in good career adventurous, as line chance o IKiblicity, ami fortune. ou will greet; We forget and In a little while being taken In earnest. you'll be 'way up aoinetiliHX that the big, big world on Easy Street." going to bullet the "airs" out of these youngsters fast enough, and it is ten People Say To Us thousand ditie not to keep the horn "I cinnol cat this or that food, it does nest free of ridicule. not agree with me." Our advico to No one made fun of time girls or all of them is to take it boys when they werw trying to walk or IjHraing to read; why make fun of them when lhy are trying their feet Irf the bef oro and alter cadi meal. 22c a box. larger wurll nr trying to read its great R. E. McRoberta No one laughed at them mesiiages? when they wvru temporarily broken lounty Court Days. out with the measles: why luugh at them when they are temwraril.y broken Richmond, 1st. Monday. out with a little rash of overeontklenee Paris. 1st. Monday. and conceit? One eruption call fat Frankfort. 1st. Monday. tender caru and consideration as the Harrodsliurg. Monday. other. Neither is to dangerous in itIslington, ami. Monday. self as it Is dangerous In what it may Stanford, 2ixl. Monday. lead to. We mustn't drive the measles Shelbyllle, Und. Monday, in and we shouldn't drive the "airs' Carlisle, '.'mi. Monday. away. "My mother never laughed at Danville, 3rd. Mondr. "She tie," said a great man once. Lawrcncrburg, 3rd. Monday. laughed with me: she taught me to see Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. tumorous side of things, und some the ML Sterling. 3rd. Monday, Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Montlccllo. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. cob-w- lt. Ncrvoas? ?W jid (5)1 0 Qj l Ti y?, person, now." Mrs. Walter Vincent, ol Pleasant Hill, N. C, writes: "For three sum- mers, I suffered from nervousness, dreadlul pains In my back and sides, and weak sinking spells. Three bottles ol Card u I, the woman's tonic, relieved me entire- Iy. I Icel like another A T2f ( Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. North-boun- fS 'ajTft tijjy 'jfa Jf. fp V$ f& ((g) No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. 10- - t Cincinnati Express, dally 4:30 a.m. Spe W TAKE i Cardoi f W () Tho Woman's Tonic for over cial, daily ,0:03 28 Blue Grnsa Special, daily except Sun...G:08 14 Carolina Special, dally ......7:00 ((Local Express, dally 1:35 2 Cincinnati Limited, dally S;20 12 Royal Palm, dolly. .5:37 South-boun- a.m. a.m. a.m p.m. p.m. p.m. warn The undersigned hereby Sy ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful Vf lest extent of t law. Hunters and. J Fishermen especially take notice. R. L. Elkin Ed & N B Price Mrs. Rebecca J. West. V W. It. Cook. James G. Conn, II. U. Arnold. e tl-- POSTED J. P, Bland. by () J, C. Morgan, J. II. and W. cash. J Ki 50 years, Cardul has been helping to relieve women's un- necessary pains and building weak women up to health and strenBth. It will do the same for you, II given fair trial. So, don't wait, but begin taking Cardul today, for Its use cannot harm you, and should surely do you good. E-- i S. Weaver We will add other names for 25 cents 5 L o c n I Express, daily 11:05 a.m. No. 11 Royal Palm, dallywll:20 a.m. No. 1 New Orleans Lim( ited, daily gK No. 13 Carolina Special, 11:35 a.m. V2f dally 10:15 run. No. 3 Spe cial, daily 11:35 p.m. No. 0 Florida Sne- - . cial, dally . . ,..11:02 p.m. off No. 27 Bluo Grass Spe- cial, dally except n5 U Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes ond information call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, agent; 'phone 340. 4 f5 'jS M Jj I, f "--V. Bp ! The Central Record, Thursday May 27, 1915 i Page 3 WHHMPHHHBHHHHHHHHHHMilHHBM CARDS OFFICE VvMBBBMBM aaeaaeaaa J Or. J. S. GILBERT. CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. Residence l'hone 41 LANCASTER. KY. I Office Phone K r. Ji. V. 1st Prize NOW PONY CARTand HARNESS IS YOUR 2nd Prize P O IN Y . NOW IS YOUR QIiihi Mind. S.liificllon Morrow, Graduate Optician Otirnll Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. Chance llllll 1 Chance AND WIN John M. McRoberts. H. Clay Attorney-At-La- Kauffman, w Olllceson (iver Post ODlce. Office l'hone 31. Street THE BEAUTIFUL H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky Faint Lick, DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. Phone 387-BUCKEYE. KY. Prompt Service day and night. Pony, Cart and Harness as 1st Prize or the Beautiful Pony Colt as 2nd Prize. BHaMeYfiS&jMAftl J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over Nation.! Hank. Residence l'hone 3. Office 'hone 27 KY. LANCASTER. First Prize will be Awarded Saturday June 5th. Second Prize will be Awarded Saturday July 3rd. l'hone za. Office Hour. .Uj M. K. Denny and W.A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dentil Sarierj. Offlc.: Storm.. BalMloi.f.f Hurl A And.r ONCE AGAIN. on'i Fqrnliur. dtor.. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Quite soon the world mutt hesitate And listen to the graduate And soak In good advice That's Riven by the wlie young men And women o'er and o'er attain. MT. HEBRON at Ralneys Livery Stable. Kentucky Lancaster. Office Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer In High-Class Monuments. Original Designs and Prompt SerConvice. Guaranteed Quality. nections at all Granite and Marble Quarries. Olllce and Works on Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays Telephone 101. Stanford, Kentucky. STRAWBERRY PLANTS ,Fruit and Shade Troes Our first offerinil of the remarkable Mammouth Pearl Potato EverythlpC for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Afita. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington. Kentucky, 1841. 1915 rBuy Gold Mcdah The Sure Growloi Kled Miss Hollie Crawford of Buena Vista ly for rheumatism, lame back, sprains attended preaching here Sunday. and like ailments. It is a favorite with Montgomery sold a calf a people who are well acquainted with its Mr. E. C. few days ago to Virgil Scott for $27. splendid qualities. 'Mrs Charles Tanner Miss Iva Del Montgomery of Uuena Wabash, Ind., says of it. "I have found Vista is with homefolks at Lock no. 8. Chamberlain's Liniment the best thing Without the slightest pride. Miss Bettle Scott was home from for lame back and sprains I have ever They've got a lot of it to give. Saturday until used. It works like a charm and reworld how to live Itichmond Normal from They'll tell the whole Tuesday. lieves pain and soreness. It has been And how to win the strife. Kev. J. I. Wills of Beattyville Is ex- used by others of my family as well as They'll tell the old folks as of yore. pected to preach at this place Sunday myself for upwards of twenty years." lore, In fancy and 25 and 50 cent bottles. For sale by all morning and evening. How to succeed in life. . for dealers. Phone Waltoh E. Moss. It's safe to say they will solve all prices on strawberries by the crate for BRYANTSVILLE Of Wilson's problems, great and small, preserves. Do it now. And questions of the day. Mrs. G. B. Rose is In Winchester for y went Miss Edith Montgomery The world, of course, will be polite for a two weeks stay with her sis- a visit to relatives. And listen on commencement night Master Sam Halcomb has been visitter Mrs. Eugene Clark near Danville. go on its way. And then Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark and baby ing relatives ft Burgin. Miss Annette Jennings is visiting her and Mrs. Jas. Hamilton were the guests For A Torpid Liver. of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Montgomery aunt. Mrs. Sam Haselden. Miss Sallie Ready, of Louisville, is 'I have used Chamberlains Tablets Sunday. Misses Edith and Uernle Montgomery the guest of Mrs. R. K. Swope. oil and on for the past six years when ever my liver shows signs of being in a returned Saturday from a two weeks Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams spent They have al visit with her sister Mrs. Jas. Hamilton Sunday with relatives at Burgin. disordered condition. wavs acted nuickly and given me the at Hamilton Valley. Mrs. J. C. Williams and children desired relief," writes Mrs F. II Tru Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Berkeley and were In Louisville last week tor a short sale by sun cf Bryantsville attended preaching visit. bus, Sprlngvllle, N. Y. For nil dealers. here Sunday and were the guests of Mr. A. L. Trumbo was called to Tenn Mr. Hnd Mrs. Marion Montgomery. Saturday by the serious illness of a who ha relative. Montgomery Mrs. David NEWSPAPER AD been III with pneumonia is very much Mrs. E. II. Ballard was In Lexington improved. Mrs. Robert Sherrow who Monday VERTISING DID IT. has been on the sick list Is also better. Woolfolk.to see her sister Mrs. W. T. Quite a number from here will attend The Belgian Belief Fund in thiscoun- Mr. and Mrs. Luncford and children trv lm. nnii1 th million dollar mark. ' t n.nuiii nml Mr ami Mm .In. Al. the Knight Templar Canclave at Danexact amount being $1,001,903.11 This' Jridge and children of Coy, were with ville this week. There will Be preaching at the Is the largest sum of money ever railed j jir. and Mrs. Jno Ilamm and attended Besides the I preaching Sunday, Methodist church Sunday morning by tor a foreign charity. d Rev. R. M. Lee. money, more than $700,000 worth of ( Mr. A. S. Dean was called to Mr. and Mrs'. Mershon, of Corbin, has been collected, but, since Jin-- . ngton last Wednesday on account of tury 5 the fund has accepted only cash the death of her great niece, little have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. donations. The contributions have Gertrude Adams, daughter of Mr. and M. O. Kennedy. Mrs. Edwin Rogers, and son Holman, ranged from one cent to JlO.OOn. More Mrs. Victor Adams. than 200,000 contributors are repreThe fine rains of the last few days of Nicholasville, have been visiting sented. have been much benefit to everything Mrs, J. W. Glass. An Interesting feature about the Bel- in this section. Some tobacco has been The farmers are all rejoicing over the gian Relief Fund is that advertising set, plsnts are scarce and only a few recent rains and have been quite busy space in the newspapers has been Urge enough to be set now. setting out their tobacco. bought and paid for to urge subscip-tionMr. W. C. Rose was over from Lex- Miss Bessie Rogers of Danville closed Nsver was there a more striking M Invtnn a very successful school at Sunnyside 'mother, fnr it wtfllf.fnil vl.tt tn testimonial to the efficacy of newspaper Mrs. G. B. Rose. May 21st. The patrons regret that her advertising than the statement of Dr. U. C. Rose Is having a water-plahad fall term. Edward B. Lyman, Manager of the services could not Installed at his home, also he is She has accepted a position in the s fund, who says that of making some other Improvements. Graded School. the total amount raised has come directly as a result of this advertising. 351-FMon-daLex-foos. gi PICK Chamberlains Liniment. This preparation is Intended especial- YOUR FAVORITE FROM THIS LIST AND TRADE WITH THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS WHERE VOTES WILL BE ISSUED FOR THE BEAUTIFUL PONY AND CART NOW ON EXHIBITION. Robt M. Graves, A. B. Estndge, Gladys Conn, Allie Brumme't, Nelson Conn, Elsie Brown, The following boys and girls have expressed a desire for the pony and cart and they or their friends have enIn tered their names as contestants. trading with the different merchants and business men, whose names appear below this, be sure and get a coupon and vote for your favorite. Pearl Crutchfie!d J. D. Manuel Jr. V. A. Lear, Jr. Iaabelle Terrill. William Rentier. Fannie Tinsley, James Dorwin Sealf, Ben Rankin, Mary Blanche Conn, Johnnie Vanhook, Baby Sister Caneer, Edwin Kirk, Lyle Pruitt, Frances Grant, Virginia Pearl Walker, Aleene Thomas, Bessie Grant, Mamie V. Davis, William Embry, Chas. Bastfn, Clarence Hall, Elizabeth Conn, Loudella Peace, J. O. Bogie. Jr. John "Red" Smith, Willie C. Daniels, Leslie Sherrow, Hellena Perkins, Wilmoth Sutton, E. J. Oaks, Jr. Henry Shelby Fish. Ruth Lane, Clinton Ruble, Carrie Sutton, Ewell Ledford, Ida Sowder, Elisha Cheatham, Homer Moberly, Grace Fathergill. Earl Ward Ciark, Lucy V. Long, Raymond Cox. Margaret Doty, David Hamilton, George Brown. Jane Brown, Harry Urown, r.lsi Hark. Ethel Clara Dudderar, Marie Clark. Be sure and ask for coupons at the following places. The "Rex" Theater, Good Pictures and Good MusIc, E. C. Gaines, Nothing but Insurance. R. . McRoberts, Drugs and Paints. J. W. Smith, The House of Quality. Davidson and Doty, Groceries and Meats. Joseph Mercantile Co, Dry Goods and Ladles Garments. Denny and Wheeler, Dental Surgeons. Haselden Bros, Everything in Hardware. Miss Minnie Brown, The Latest in Millinery. The Central Record, 1,000 votes with each Subscription, new or old. ar Ready-To-We- b' le three-fourth- Whooping Cough. SEEDS uio co Ky. iHMh, new Thai Usually their bo vela "I Don't Feel Good" Is wha a lq of people ieH a,' only need cleansioc. V Bar Umo from your local m--J dMbr. U k cas' t nnt ymt, riuullntl. Znitn Louiavius Main wul do the trick and cuke you feel fine. We know this positively. Take oae tooitbt. 8oM only by us, IOomU,. R. E. McRob.rts M. Casey, D. V. "About a year ago my three boys had whooping cough and I found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the only one that Veterinary would relieve their coughing and whoop Ing tpslls. I continued this treatment Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary and was surprised to find that it cured College. the disease In a very shore time," Office at W. B. Burtcn's Sale Stable. writes Mrs Archie Dalryple, Crooks Night Phone 211. vllle, Ohio. For sale by all dealers. John S. ( Surgeon. Page 4 TheCentral Record INCORPORATED The Central Record, Thursday May 27, STANLEY While In 33 ! TO SPEAK LARGE CATTLE SALE. COSTLY WAR. At brjantSTille, June 2nd. Issued Weekly; Lancaster Hon. A. 0. Stanley thanked his Ilryantsville friends J. . ROBINSON. Editor. very heartily for the faithful work done R.L ELKIN. Local Editor nml Mgr. for him during his race for the Senate last year in that section and Offlf In jncni, Kr (sterol II lb ! them to come to Ilryantsville and make Matter "MOndCUM ! n speech. Arrangements were made for Wednesday Junc2nd, at2:30o'clock. Member Kentucky Press Association Stanley Is very popular In that section And of the county and as many of his friends Eighth District Publishers League, will get away from business will honor him with their presence on that occaKy., May 27, 1915. Uncasltr, pror.-.ise- J1.00 a tear. Mr. J. B. Ruble and Son have just sold two hundred cattle to Mr. Monte Fox, of Danville that are said to be about the best that ever left this coun ty. They will average about 1250 pounds and were sold for eight tents a pound, making the entire lot bringing 20,000. military expenditures for the first year of the war will be $10,000,000,000 for the seven Allies and t7.40O.OOO.OOO for Germany, Austria and Turkey. This makes an average of $2,140,000.0(10 n month, $18,400,000 a day or $2,000,000 an hour. MELON FOR FORD OWNERS. Announcement that another Ford melon of more than $15,000,000 would be sliced was made at the New York office of the Ford Motor Comuanv. A widely known economist. Cant. Edmond Thery, estimates, that the total '' BMwJk p Pfi"BB What Will You Oo? Take the Best or the Next Best. GOOD TOBACCO GROWERS. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offl:es . . .$ 5.00 10.00 "or County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications In the Interest of individuals or expression of Individual views, per line 10 nbituaries. rer line. .05 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Central announce the following candidates for office, subject to the Democratic Record Is authorized to primary, August 7th, 1915. FOR GOVERNOR. Hon. A. O. Stanley. x FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. Chas. C. Fox, of Boyle county. FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. E. V. Puryear, of Bovle county. R. W. Keenon, of Mercer county. J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. W. B. Mason. W. A. Doty. FOR SHERIFF. G. T. Ballard, Jr. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. II. CIuv KaufTman. I am a candidate for County Court Clerk to succeej J. W. Hamilton the present Clerk. I have accepted The Chief deputies appointment In the office in order to Jim Grimes who is raising a crop of tobacco on one of the farms of J. Hamilton, has twelve acres already set, two acres of which have been sion. worked over twice. Tom Kemper and Phil Warren have 12 acres on the same BIG DAY farm, all of which has been set and growing nicely. After setting out At Wilmore Next Monday. their entire crops they have sold over On the back page of this Issue will $50, worth of plants to their less for be found the announcement of the big tunate neighbors. auction sale to take place at Wilmore DECORATION. DAY. next Monday, it being the fifth Monday, the regular court day. Mr, II. E. The Odd Fellows and all members of Fisher the "live wire" of that prosper Franklin Lodpn Nn. 7 will nhaervA ifa ous little city, will sell twenty-fivnice coratlon dav Sundav Mav HO. Servlrnc building lots and a car load of 1915 will be held at the Baptist church at MAXWELL CARS at . . . . uallc outcry, n .... r me aiternoon oi mat uay and The sale, Mr. Fisher us., will be i.Mi in immediately after these services thev absolute and the terms of payment are will march In n tody to the cemetery very liberal. The college band will wherft the dprnratlnn nrvlrpa will t furnish the music and a royal good time completed. Every member of Franklin v.i.1 be accorded all who attend. lodge is earnestly requested to meet at tne lodge room promptly at two o clock e 1 .. . lls IF THE BEST THEN GLEN LILY. NOT BLEACHED, This tlmo the Ford purchasers are to oe nenencianes or the distribution of profit. Mr. Ford said last vear that the company would share Its profits with us customers if Us sales aggregated aw.uuucars between August 1, 1914, and August 1 1915. each customer was to receive $50. It was said at the Ford office it was assured that the 300.000 cars would bci sold by August 1 next. Mr. Ford's words were quoted as follows: "Barrimr the unforaeen. th rli.lrl butlon of $50 percustomersinceAugust 1 last will taki place a year from that mm ws NOT BLENDED, PURE and CLEAN. Unless you will try it we can't convince you. date." BLACK BOX Discontinued For While. Owing to the inability of manager Herron to secure regularly the serial film of the "Black Box" it will be dis continued until iurthcr notice. The "Perils of Pauline" on of the most y thrilling serial , one the circuit will start at the Rex theater next STREET FIGHT. From present Indications it was said the number of cars sold by August next will be 325,000. This will make the customers dividedn $10,250,000. Tuesday night, taking the date of. the "Black Box" and will continue every Tuesday night there after through the fifteen episodes. The next number of the Black Box will start June 3rd, after the close of the last episode of Trey O'Hearts. The rubbering rabble were entertain The World Film Corpora ed for a few moments last Monday with a street fight between OtisNaylor tion presents its master and Fene Bolton. Naylor used his fists piece, "The Seats of the and drew a small knife, while Bolton used only his fists and from all v ap Mighty" In 7 reels pearances it was about a draw until Romans Opera House Fri Marshall Buck arrived on the scene and both parties were arrested. Bolton, day Night. unable to give bond, spent the night in jail, while the friends of Naylor secur ed bond for him and he was released HEALTH EXHIBIT CAR ARTheir trial bcrore Jndge Prather will take place next Saturday morning. RIVES IN LANCASTER. Henry Shelby Fish. . at This handsome little boy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Fish of Crab Orchard. He Is making all the contestants sit up and take notice for he and his friends have gone out after the iony rm and cart in earnest. He is only six years old, but he is a politician and says he Is enjoying his campaign which he hopes will land the coveted prize. S We are showing this week some of the newest things In Panama Also nd Hemp Shapes. I have made big reduction on all Spring Hats. SCHOOLlOTES. (By Wm. F. MMcr.i Misses Edna Kavanaugh and Monday. Nancy LARGE CROWD HEAR STANLEY SPEAK. Greeted With Enthusiastic Applause PUBLIC SENTIMENT MAKERS acquaint mvself with the duties of Throughout Address. Clerk and having fitted myself to take Hon. A. O. Stanley was met at the the examination required by law, I sincerely ask and solicit your support. 11 o'clock train by a number of admir E. M. Walker. ing friends who escorted him the Hotel where he held a short reception with Railroad lommissiontr. about fifty friends who awaited his We are authorized to announce arrival. He mingled upon the streets JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown, with a large Court Day crowd and made Nelson County, as a canditate for the Democratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner from the Second District; the primary election to be held Saturday August 7th.. 1915. William F. Klair, Fayette County, Candidate for Reelection as Railroad Commissioner, Second District of Ky. Subject to the action of the Democratic party In the August Primary. The greatest war of the world's history has been in progress for eight months and yet there have been no dncisive results, only colossal failures in many directions. The Germans failed to capture Paris, their first objective point, and were hurled back after they got within twenty-fiv- e miles of the city. The English and French, following the retreating Germans, expected to drive them out of France and Belgium back into their country, but here, too, was a signal failure. The Germans then began a gigantic movement to force the Allies' liner and capture Calais and Dover, but this also was marked by a complete failure with the loss of several hundred thousand men on both sides. The Rusaiuns invaded Prussia In a march to Berlin but met with failure and were thrown back with great loss and many thousand taken prisoners. The great German army began its march to capture Warsaw, the capital of Poland, under their ablest commander, but this alo was met with a failuie and, after a great battle, the project was abandoned. The Russians began a gigantic movement to cross the Carpathians and invade Hungary, and, after many minor successes, were halted by the great Teutonic army and hurled back, marking u decisive failure. The English and French Heels started to pass through Dardanelles and capture Constantinople and declared that it would be accomplished by Easter. This has also been a failure. These failures have cost billions of money and millions of men and with the exception of the conquest and of Belgium the warring nations are practically where they were more than eight months ago. FORMER LANCASTER MAN SERIOUSLY ILL. Dr. W. A. Yantis is In a serious condition at his home on N. Third street as a result of injuries received at eight o'clock last night. He was disrobing for the night and attempted to sit down on the side of a bed. but inissed the bed and fell to the floor, breaking the bone In his left thigh near the socket, and a bone in his left arm just above the wrist. On account of his extreme age and physical weakness, his recovery from the Injuries Is doubted. Paragould, Ark. The friends of Dr. Yantis regret to learn of bis serious illness and hope soon to hear better reports of his condition. new acquaintances of the hundreds of democrats who were here with the principal view of hearing the distinguished from the 2nd District speak, who proved to be some what of a hand shaker as well as a platform orator. About 1:30 o'clock, the time arranged for him to begin his address, the Court House was filled to with Democrats who greeted him with great applause when he entered the building. He was introduced by Hon. A. B. Brown, chairman of his campaign, as one of the ablest und truest democrats of the State of Kentucky who had always proved himself to be a friend of the masses of the people by his work and words in the halls of Congress, and one of the best fitted democrats In Kentucky to fill the office of.Goverror. Mr. Stanley entertained his audience for more than an hour In defense of the Wilson Administration at Washington and lauded President Wilson with unHe caused roars of stinted pra!3e. laughter with his ridicule and sarcastic flings at the Republicans who were undertaking to criticise the Democratic partx.und asked what Republican would have the nerve to propose to undo any of the legislative enactments that the Democratic party has done since placed in power. He regretted that some of the, self seeking or serving politicians of Kentucky have seen(fit to raise the liquor question as an issue and the only Issue upon which to select a gubernatorial candidate, but made plain his position, that he stood upon the Democratic platform the last adopted by the Democratic l'irty in convention assembled and also had the same view of President Wilson upon the liquor question. That he favored the County Unit Law and the enforcement of that law and opposed the adoption of State-wid- e Prohibition by the Democratic party as a party principle. His remarks were enthuslasticly received and were met many times with hearty cheers of approval by his attentive audience. More than five hundred people, including a number of ladies heard him through his entire address, which was quite unus ual for a Court day crowd. , Altogether it was a Stanley day in Lancaster and it Is conceded by even those who have not determined to vote for him that the prospect is good for Garrard County to be In the Stanley column by a large majority at the August Primary. Mr. Stanley was very much gratified at the cordial reception given him by the people of Lancaster and Garrard County, and remained until Tuesday evening mingling with his friends and acquintanceg In Lancaster. g G. Simpson, Jr. One of the features added to the car this year is a moving picture machine with two reels of excellent pictures and about sixty slides. These will be shown in connection with a lecture by Dr. beverance at the School Chapel. The time has been set for eight o'clock. LANCASTER WINS. Thursday night and as this also is free The Lancaster Eclipse Ball team. to the public quite a large crowd is extook the Frankfort Base ball team, into pected. The car leaves Friday morn-fo- r camp on the local ball park by the Paint Lick and Silver Creek and majority score of 18 to 2. The Frank- then on into eastern Kentucky. fort team started out In the first inning like Base Ball hitters as well as ball players, but the "spirit"' was soon STAR SPANGLED BANNER Two visitors In Milwaukee, In at tendance at a home missionary con. vention went on a tour of inspection of the Schlitz Brewing company's plant, relates the Union Signal. In the course of their tour, one of them casually Inquired of the man who was escorting thenf. "Has the work the women (meaning the W. C. T. U.) have been doing at all affected your business?" For answer the man pointed out of the window to a group of vacant buildings. "See them not a wheel of machinery moving. Once wc worked seven doys and seven nights a week now we have reduced it to three." The Health Exhibit Car which is sent out each year bv the StateTubcrculosis Commission for the purpose of teaching the people the common facts about the worlds most deadly desease, that of lung Consumption, arrived In Lancaster lust night ana will be open from 2 to 6 p. m. Thursday afternoon. The public Is cordially invited to visit the car at this time and go thru the exhibit. Dr. Jos. Severance of Frankfort is in charge of the car assisted by Mr. W. .9rs ftcUa irtroci Francis. Walker were visitors at our school Tennis is the most popular game of the season now, and great games are played each evening. The following honor roll was omitted from last weeks schopl notes. This is Miss Tinders room and every mmbr is worthy of his or her name on the "Honor Roll". Robert Caneer. Lizzie Young, Emma Goodloe Gregory, Ida Mae Sanders, Hazel Champ, Maud Davis, Juanita Dunn, Carrie Aldridge, Courtney Cecil, Nancy Manuel; Lena Young. The entire school, will from now on, meet only twice each week, Tuesday and Thursday mornings, in the auditor ium, so as to give more time for prac tice on the closing school cxerciies. The Boy Scouts are now enjoying good exercise In the afternoon by joining in the "track games." The poles for the pole valt and etc, were made by the Manuel Training boys of the school. The Senior class play- - "MOSE" lij which is to be given the last of school is gaining great headway. This play is a good three act comedy and play a full evening. The entire senior class which consists of twenty-twmembers ' will take part. o t ) I I ft if I YOUR Do you GLASSES. Who Fits Your Glasses? patronize the Jeweler, the Peddler or the Medical Man? Why not consult some one who knows enough about ' glasses to make a living out of the optical business? If a man can't make a living out of his regular business, what do you expect him ,o know about your eye? I I 8 JESS MYERS" DEAD. After an illness of more than a year of a complication of deseaset, Jess Myers, colored, died at his home In He MIddlesboro last Monday night. waa considered one of the best stonemasons in the county and was respected by all citizens, both white and color' ed. He waa buried Wednesday Ask"ReaNye" Romans Opera House all this week. taken ou. of them. Uurcett, the local twirler. was In To Be Sung Everywhere On Independence good form nnd pitched a jrame of ball Day. seldom seen in "Big Leagues". The line up for the Eclipse team for Fri VThe Star Spangled Banner" will be days game, as follows, Emerson, C, Burdett. P., Perkins, 1st., Andersen, sung all over the United States at noon 2nd., Short. S. S., Bruce, 3rd., the on the Fourth of July, according to plans of the committee w"hich is arrangfielders were Lewis Beazley and ing for a national celebatlon of InTho Lancaster co'ored ball team is dependence day in Philadelphia. Govone of the best In the state and should ernors of all the States and Mayors of be given the support of Lancaster and cities throughout the country have been requested to issue proclamations vicinity. Mgr. Leavell has succeded In booking asking the people to join in the obthe Paris Quicksteps, here for a game servance of this feature. The execuMonday. Admission 25cts. Game call tive of many States. Gov. Goethals, of ed promptly at 3:15. Jhe Panama Canal Zone, and Gov. Stone of Alaska, already have written to the committee approving the suggestion. COLLEGE CARNIVAL. The usual exercises will be held in One of the most Interesting events Independence Square, and efforts are connected with a:,y college in this part being made to make them national in of the country will take place it Dan scope, although President Wilson has ville early in June. declared that he will be unable to be The Carnival at Centre College has there. grown In size ana importance ever The committee is also interested In since it was started thirteen years ago. observance of Flag day on June 14. It This year the Carnival is arousing more is planned to make that a celebration than usual Interest. especially for the public school child This Carnival lasts from June 7th to ren. Letters have been sent out to the June 9th. A tennis tournament and a educational authorities of every State play on the 7th; an oratorical contest, asking their and a large track-meand it dance on the 8th; and number of answers has been received. an alumni base ball game and Gala Night on the 9'.h are the chief events. FORECAST FUTURE The culminating event of Carnival WILL at Centre College Is the Gala Night. A huge torch light procession, headed FRIDAY NIGHT. by a float containing the Queen of the Carnival und her attendants, goes thru Rea Nye Will Predict the Future of Lanthe Dapvllle streets to the College caster at Romans Opera House. Campus. After an evenltg filled with carnival festivities, the King and the Lazy Man's Contest Is Arousing Queen of the Curnival are crowned Interest. with elaborate ceremonies', and the Cardival is brought to an end. Friday nfaht is the big night at As the Carnival is combined with the Centre College Commencement week, Romans Opera House when Rea Nye is former student and other visitors are scheduled to tell of all future changes, in town. It is the chief social and business, social, political, etc., that will come to Lancaiter during the next five college event of the year in Danville. years, and if her prognostications are as true as the things she has been THE CHRISTIAN VOLUNTEERS telling It will be worth the while of Will hold prayer meetings every everyone to attend. A jammed house Wednesday night of each week in the Saturday and Monday witnessed Miss Court House and also on Saturday and Nye's wonderful trance readings. Saturday p. m. the matinee for Sunday nights, also jail meetings on ladies only will accoiding to all report Sunday at ?. p. m. You are invited to all these meetings, be very interesting for the ladies, but and may the church people take a part as tte writer happens to be of the unfortunate sex on the opposite side, he with us as we are doing our best-G- od helping us to open a City Mission In will not manage to hide Inside the Lancaster as well as to visit the sick tbek(re after all the men were excused. and do slum and rescue work among The "Lazy Man's Contest" has takthe poor of this city. We ask the as- en hold of Lancaster as was shown by sistance of all tht Christian people. over 75 per cent of the audience voting. every ticket bought and votsd May every praying man In Lancaster counts for 50 votes, Friday night 75 pray for our success. Adjt. and Mrs. F. Holland. votes and Saturday night 100 votes. I BETTER SEE SIMPSON We have all modern appliances for examining eyes for glasses We use modern methods. No Drugs. We m akeUe glass in our own shop and guarantee satisfaction. We do nothing but examine eyes and make guises. No sid lines. ! I I:) I J. 212-21- A. Optometrist and Manufacturing Optician. Fajette Natl Hank Illdg. LhX'INGTON KY. SIMPSON, BIDS FOR SCHOOlTuILDING t?v m1 The County Board of Education will receive bids on June 6tli 1915 for a school house to be built at Beechwood, near Point Leavell. Plans and specifications can be seen at tho office of Miss Jennie Higgins. Uidi will be received for the work alone, all material being furnished by the Board, also for the building complete, the contractor furnishing all material, TO MAMMOTH CAVE. Wednesday, June 10. A personally s tour. Round trip conducted railroad fare from Lancaster, $5.05. Rooms reserved at Cave Hotel includ ing board and trips in the Cave for $d.50 making the total cost $12.15. Special coach on regular train 5.00 a. m. Free band concert on Echo river. Write or phone L. & N. Agent. three-day'- the letter worth while, r the one looked forward to and later cherished, is not the one that comes on a cheap, muddy sheet; not the one that begins with an apology for the paper fhi. is why ptople whe wish their letters to present a good appearance, demand and use ft V7 HIGHLAND LINEN. United Stales Department of Agriculture Bureau Of Animal Industry Local Office. Lexington, Kv,, May, 21, 1915 Mr. Robert Elkln:- As a representative of the Poultry Investigational Division of tee United an LP UKI '!rv l v Ti w If you have never used this paper, a treat is in store for you. Its smooth, Inviting linen surface Is conducive to good penmanship and free ex- pression. K STORHES DRUG STORE . avv m-r- - v.) , m t mj w r it . jtt . . i States Department of Agriculture, I travel over miis and miles of territory in this state, and from the car windows I see many new poultry houses just completed or in the course of construction. A great majority of these are totally unfit for the housing of poultry. There is little excuse for this state of affairs as the Poultry Department at Washington, and that department of your State Agricultural College, are prepared to furnish information regard ing the construction of simple, practical and up to date poultry houses. If there is any farmer in this county who is thinking of building a new poultry house or remodeling an old one and desires such Information, write to me in care of the Agricultural Experimental Station, Lexington Kentucky. Yours very truly II. W. Rickey, State Direetrr Poultry Club Work. 0 EE 3ME 30 - GO TO - Dickerson & Carrier FOR Dry Goods. Shoes and Groceries We pay the highest market price for Country Produce, tlBE Ask for tickets on the Automobile. 111 )Htril t -- 4. ne uentrai Kecora, i nursaay lviay iyit Page 5 "ttifll ! 8 M Movinir Fast Are the wonderful values in the Fabrics for Mid Summer uses and Ready-Made-Garmen- ts I jj 8 1 ...w.0 SEE THE By Test The Best Made. for Ladies, being offered at Our Store lb H i l IS 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 JOSEPH Mi John Deere Binder j i "o f a 7CTHP CORRECT AP PAREL ROR WOMEN. Mrs. Charley Pope was a visitor in Mrs. Cleveland Rose and Miss lletlie Lexington on Tuesday. West are visiting friends 'in Stanford this week and attending the commenceStanMrs. Kussell Ilrnwn has CO Gossip About "vo-r1- r Vj7 Sj7 NjC? before you,buy. - The lightest draft and most durable Binder made. We absolutely guarantee that you can get repairs for it. I NRIklllllMi1" A l.inAM Brief Mtntfon of thr Comings tnd Art InUrtiUd In. Ooir.gt LyThait nt JOHN DEERE & OLIVER CULTIVATORS Mower awl Rakes Mr. J. It. Conn was In Cochran Mt. has Vernon been V. In several days on businers. Miss Lilliun Fish. Mr. A. C. Hill of Stanford was here last wUvk with his cousins the Misses Plenty of Pinder TVlne. Stanford visiting her aunt Mrs. S. J. R. Mount, Son if & Co. Walter. Miss Annette Jennings of New Mexico Is the Ruct of Mrs. Samuel d. A WELCOME VISITOR. wl.ere it is known. ia a box of our sparkling ginger !f, orange soda or oilier of our enrbennted beverages. If jou have not yet tiled any or ill ot them j'ou don't know what a fine treat Don't keep on you have been miming. and missing it. Order a box commence enjoying yourself. y Ilaselden. Mrs. Joe I'axt.m and children of Stanford have been visiting Mrs. Jane Itobinson. Mrs. Jesnic Voi!son of Nicholasville is here for u visit to her cousin Mrs. E. L. Owsley. Mrs. Ed Pric was in LoxinKtou last week for the State Federation of the Womans Club. Mr. and Mm W. T. West were in Stanford, Sunday, the guests of Dr. and Mrs. O'Har.non. Miss I.ucv ltobertson of Elizabeth-tow- n arrived Monday night for a visit to Mrs. Win !. Cook. PtK 'S I 4 Lancaster tHng CO. Bot- Phone 202. If 'fib i Diaw A Check for the inotiev you ov e unit note how much more res t it. ur crcuuura f'y nici'iuiny it-J- v iJnrd you. Uiey like to do busitiuss with u limn who tins an nt the f The Garrard Bank Garrard Bank 4 Trust Go. They know ho is doing business In a business like way. open such an account even if your affairs are not large. i grow all right. Iletter They MissAllie liendren is nt home for the vacation from Hazard, Kv. where she taught the past term. Harry Ware left Tuesday morning for n stay of two weeks with his parents in Hopkinsville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dudlevpf Winchester lire here for n visit to Mr. Herndon Dudley and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel ilaselden of ilryantsville were guests on Sunday of Mr. ae4 Mrs. S. G. ilaselden. Mr, J. it. Ilourne end family motored to Stanford Sunday to see their daughter Mrs- - W. K. Warner. Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Collis of llich-mon- d & Trust Company mm are expected the last of the week for a vi'it to Lancaster relatices. Mrs. U II. Ilmwn of Louisville has arrived and is being entertained at the home of Mrs. Frank II. Mnrksbury. Mr. hik! Mrs. Jack Daily of Marks-bur- y spent Saturday und Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Cast) of Witmore. Ky. PAINT YOUR CAR YOURSELF ' SAVES $25. TO $75. i! Thousands of No experience needed. car owners have successfully repainted cars with the ARSENAL SYSTEM. All colors. Enamel Try OurMohair Top Dressing Your Own Lamps With Liquid Gun Metal. Luttre undlmmed by beut, stays on. STORMES DRUG STORE, r to Miss Sallle Elkin was called Atlanta by the sad and uccidantal Mrs. Wm. S. death of her slitcr-in-laElkin. Hoover of Messrs Walker and tlrst of Nicholasville were guests th the week of ilrs. W. 0. Kigney and family. Mr. and Mr. Muck Turner, und Miss Grace Comely and brother, Mr. Elijah Comely were visitors in Cincinnati Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Ilastin und Mm. It. N Miller were iii Danville Wednesday, attending the Knight Templar Conclave. Miss EJnu Kuvanaugh is at home frum St. Augustine. Florida where she has taught successfully the past two years. Lancaster, Ky. f 'if"' THE QUEEN OF THE Kitchen 5P' will tell you that it is just as essential to have GOOD Coal as it is to have good things to cook with in preparing a.nieal. We guarantee a fnll ton of , good coal at a fair price. Hi Frisble will go to Mrs. Mattle I Danville this week for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Price, and will also take in some of the Knight Templer exercises. Mrs. E. I,, Owsley and guest, Mrs. Woodson, of Nicholasville will go to Danville for the Knight Templar Com. manday ind visit Metdames Chk and Letcher, Mr. and Mrs. Iiarvey M, Estes and little son Olia Ellis, and Miss LouEm-m- a Sechrest of Georgetown, Ky. are visiting friends and relatives In Garrard this week. Mr. Walter Milburn of Lawrenceburg was the recent guest of Misses Mamye and Ethel Walters, lie was on his way to St. Louis where he has accepted a position with Swift rnd Company. Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g m Go worth We give Automobile Tickets on every $1. Easy t Classify. Tommy was put to bed early one YOU'LL FIND IT IX THIS COLUMN evening, and getting up next morning, beenin V ment exercises at that place. s his papa told him he had something ford visiting Mrs. E. 1. Ilrown. to show him. Leading him Into his Mesdames W. R. Cook. J. B. Kin-nair- d Leonard Preston of Glasgow was a mother's bedroom, he drew out from and Edd Price motored to LexPot flowers of all kinds for sale at. recent visitor of Will Itice Ainon. under tho bedclothes a tiny baby, ington Friday for the luncheon given which had como during the night. Mi?s Mattie Estes. Mesdames Mnttie Duncan and James on Educational day at State University. "Now, Tommy, what do you think this Koyston were recent visitors in Danville. Single Comb White Leghorn Fggt. bis father, smiling. TomMesdames Robert Elkin. John Storm-e- s, Is" said Mrs Epping of Louisville ia visiting my's big eyes opened wide and look- I S. C. White Leghorn stock from Robert McRoberts returned Satur- ing proudly at his father, said: "Why. Mrs it. Zimmer nt the Hotel Kengarlan Prize Winners' at all (hows. Eggs day from Lexington having stayed for James Duncan of Nicholasville was every session of the State Federated dat's a tldt" for sale $1.00 per 15 or $5.00 per 100. with his sister Mrs. S. G. ilaselden Club meeting. J. M. Mount. Sunday. Lamps of Ancient Times. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Ilaselden sons probThe most primitive lamps were Notice. Miss Julia HIggins of Richmond is J. R. and Duncan and guest Miss Julia ably the skulls of animals la which the attractive guest of Mrs. S. G. Higgins ppnsnvQ ac ,n.lllcu .I... AI.l. was burned, while certain Richmond, werei n Danville fat IMUl of Ilaselden. were also employed for this picnics, hunting, bathinir. either with oK fl.V anil olMiltnn tn- - tUa L'.IVia purpose. When pottery and metal be or without suits, Is not permitted on Mrs. Pattie D. GUI has been in Stan Templar Conclave. gan to be used the principle ot theso my property. ford visiting her sister Mrs. Charlotte Mrs Charles Zimmer and handsome natural lamps was for a long time re- iw-ui- pu W. S. Weaver. Warren. son, Charles Jr., returned to their! tained, as seen In ancient Egyptian, Miss Bettie Green of Lower Garrard home in Pomeroy, Ohio, and Four Nice Homes For Sale. after a month Greek cups Roman lamps, and In tho Is here with her sister Mrs. Garrett stone and boxes of northern nastay wtlh their parents and grandparFour houses, good repair ranging in tions. Woods. ents, Mr and Mrs R. Zimmer. price from $800 to $1300. Easy pay- Mr. Joe Harris West, who has been ments. Mrs. Orville Duck and children, of Dally Thought. attending school at Millertbnrg, returnII. C. Hamilton. Junction City, were in the city last Do you know what fairy palaces you ed home this week. week. Thev will move here permaner-tl- y may build of beautiful thought, proof 1- -2 1- -2 perct-Money- -5 per et. Mesdams J. A. Amon, Jesse Gulley, in a few weeks, having rented the against all adversity? Drlght fancies, and Miss Jessie Gullev were in Dan- property now occupied bv Mr. and Mrf. satisfied memories, noble histories, Years 5 ville Tuesday shopping. Henry Simpson. faithful sayings, treasure houses of Loans made on real estate. If you precious and restful thoughts, which Messr'a J. W. Sweeney and Henley Mesdames Will Severance. Albert H. care cannot disturb nor pain make need cheaper money on long time, see V. Ilastin took in the Knight Templar .Severance, II. J. McRoberts and J. Cargloomy, nor poverty take away from me about it. Conclave at Danville cn Tuesday night. roll Shanks; accompanied Li. U. awinebroad, Will us; houses built without hands for our Mr. Lancaster.' Ky. souls to live In. Ruskln. Mrs. Sarah Maret and little grand Severance to Lancaster Monday afterdaughter, Helen Iioner of Camp Nelson noon to hear Hon. A. Owsley Stanley I BIDS WANTED. are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. speak. Mrs. Will Severance is a cloje Largest Animal Kingdom. . relative of Mr. Stanley and Mrs Shanks In the course of an Interesting naMrs. Kobert T. Emory entertained Scaled bids will be received upon the is related to him by marriage. ture sermon In the Woman's Home alterations and addition to the the Mission Study Clicks on Wednesday Garrard Companion Charles Edward Jefferson, afternoon, the hours being from 3 to 5: Miss Mary Lee Lear entertained the pastor of Broadway Tabernacle In County Court House, Lancaster Ky, dn Christian Endeavor New York city, said: "There are more or before June 2nd 1915 at 1 p. m., at Reverend J. Rockwell Smith and wife Intermediate were in Danville this week visiting Mrs Society at her home on Lexington kinds ot birds than there are kinds the County Judges office at Lancaster, Smith's parents, Hon, C. C. Fox and street Saturday evening. The large of fishes and serpents and animals according to plans and specifications yard was ideal for the assemblage of combined The largest of all the king- prepared by Weber, Werner & Adkins, Mrs. Fox. the guests which numbered about 30. doms of sentient life la tho kingdom of Cincinnati Ohio. Plans ran be seen Miss Mary Arnold who has been en- Green and white were used for the de- of the birds." j t the County Judges office in Lancas-- i gaged in the millinery business at Cor-bi- n corations. Refreshments of ices and ter or at the office of Architects. for some months has returned to cake were served. Owners reserve the right to reject any Wasted Her Breath. Lancaster. Paul had taken off his shoes and or all bids. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines were one still remained In tho middle of among the number from here who en SHOCKING the floor. Little nuth came running DEATH In and accidentally stepped on It. "Oh, OIL. OIL, ATTENTION joyed the Grand Knight Templar af excuse me," she exclaimed, and she fair at Danville this week. BY ACCIDENT. turned(and saw no one except an old FARMERS. Mr. Crass of Texas was called here shoe. relatives in this city ain't noAngry, she said: "Why, you Friends and I can save you money, can fill jour by the death of his baby, Ilia wife being one, and I wasted my breaf barrel, or sell you an A. No. 1. up-to- hero on a visit t her mother, Mrs. were deeply shocked when the sad news all for nothing." date, steel barrel with faucet, 60 gallon Jack Hammack of Paint Lick who is ill. came early Sunday morning announcing the accidental death of Mrs. W. S. capacity, at a low figure, and fill same Mesdames Jou E. Robinson, T, M. Elkin, Sleep. Jr, which occurred at her home with the best oil at low prices, saving A man who has just enjoyed a good j Wilson, Frank Marksbury and Clav in Atlanta late Saturday night. Much you from $1 to $2. Sutton motored to Lexington for the sympathy Is extended the bereaved sound sleep is both taller and lighter If you cannot make arrangements than he was before. The Intervals 01 civic luncheon given at the Phoenix husband, so well known here, being sleep required by different Individuals ) through your merchant, call or phone Thursday. sou of Capt. T. A. Elkin of this city. vary greatly, according to one writer. Standard Oil, Agent, Mr. W. O. Rigivy and daughter Miss The following taken trom the Atlanta A physician calls attention to the fact J. W. Sweeney, Alice Kigney, Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie and Constitution gives the details of the that babies sleep about twenty hours Phone 162. Lancaster, Ky. twenty-four- . out ot the Miss Martha Tinder were in Danville sad accident; Tuesday night for the Knights Templar "Mrs. W. S. Elkin. Jr.. was shot bv the accidental discharge) of u revolver Conclave. FARM FOR SALE. Water-Bearln- g Rocks. in her home at No. 307 Ponce DeLeon All rocks contain some water, but Farm containing 9tl acres, three miles There was a call meeting at the club avenue Saturday evening, and died of some, such as the granites, carry only north of Lancaster on the Lexington rooms on Wednesday afternoon of the internal hemorrhage a few minutes later as she was placed ontheoierating an approachable amount. Sandstone, pike,, well Improved with good Womans Club to hear the report of the stock on the other hand, has an absorptive iuuiu ui uavis riscner sanitarium. meeting of the Federation of Clubs at Mrs. Elkin was the wife of W. S. capacity of a gallon or more water to barn and all necessary out buildings, Elkin. Jr.. president of the Elkin Uruir tho cubic foot ot rock and Is the best with never failing springs and splsndid Company, president of the Georgia water young orchard in full bearing. The bearer of the solid rocks. Mr. am( Mrs. J. Raymond ilaselden, Board of Pharmacy and one of the residence contains ten rooms, with bath daughter Miss Jane, and son Louis, Mrs. leading members of the Rexall organand other modern conveniences. This ization of the United She was Duration of Llfs Increased. it. F. Walter Hml daughter Miss Kath- a talented musician States. has been mostly in grass for the past and oun of the Tour hundred years ago tho average 14 years and is now ready to grow Wednesleen Walter were in Danville most popular young matrons ii Atliinta length of human life was between hemp day for tho ' Grand Knights Templar society. or tobacco, sixty-fiv- e acres in Mr. and Mrs. Elkin spent Saturday eighteen and twentv venm On. htm. Conclave. with u party of friends ut a barbecue dred years ago the average human bluegrass, the balance in clover and mo was less than thirty. The average meadow. The desirable location, ferA double wedding occurred In Stan al Cold Springs and returned at nightfall to their home. Mrs, Elkin went tility of the soil, makes this a moat ford in which one of the grooms was her room to dolT her picnic clothing to human lite today reaches nearly forty in years. desirable home. For further, particuof this county. The contracting parties preparation for dinner. lars, apply to On the dressing table of the room were Terrill Withers mid Miss Will'e Alex West, Lancaster Ky. Wm Dudderar and was a loaded revolver, which was kept Helle Holtzcluw, Distinction of Terms. 3 at hand according to custom. In her Miss Lena Traylsr. "Of course you favor tho uplift?" Mrs. Elkin struck the weapon, haste knocking it from the At the "I don't know," replied the busy man. Mr. John M. Carpenter left Wednes- - lioor It was discharged, table.bullet pen "I'm a plain, practical person. Somethe day for his horns in Ud Rock Okla., etrating her stomach. Later it was times I think the uplift depends too a visit to his brother, Mr. Sam ascertained that It severed an artery much on literature and science. What after I favor Is tho boost." Carpenter at Preacbersville, and his in its course. WHEN MOTORING Mrs. Elkin was rushed to the sanison Mr. Ollio Carpenter and wife of tarium on East Linden street, about this city. eight blocks from her home, but the TO DANVILLE Act of Goodness .Its Own Reward. dash to save her life was unavailing, Let us never forget that an act ot Miss Mottle Adams entertained the Almost as the was taken from the members of the I). Y. P. U, society I automobile she died from tho exhaust-- 1 goodness Is ot Itself an act ot happiStop at ness No reward coming after the about 33 in number at her home on ing internal flow of blood. years old. Before event can compare with the sweet Mrs. Elkin was 35 Richmond street. Fortune telling and her marriage she was Miss illancl.e reward that went with It. Maurice various other amusements were Indulg-- 1 White, of Boston. A graduate of the Maeterlinck. SHOP-PERFEC- T ' Boston Conservatory, she came to Ated in by the young people, Delicious as an Instructor in organ at Agnes reficshments were served the guests. lanta Scott College, where Mr. Elkin met and refresh yourself at our Mrs. R. E. McRoberts, of Lancaster, her. She was regarded as one of tbe gifted musicians in Atlanta and Soda Parlor. re troubled with heartburn; cuea and visited Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Vaught most for soma time was organist at the First a distressed feeling titer eating takeal recently .... Editor Joe Robinson of the Baptist Church. ' Lancaster Record dropped In on us The body was taken in charge by Wednesday for a friendly call, en route Barclay and Brandon and held awaiting arrangements. Besides before and after eacb meal andCyou will home from Jackson, Ky, where he had definite funeral lacoitcrucd her husband, Mrs. Elkin is survived, of fctittin prompt rtlitJ. Sold only by ua.2Soj .Kentucky. been on legal business. -- Richmond immediate relatives, by only a half Damille, R. E. McRobtrtt Register. sister, a Mrs. AppUton. of Boston." 5 5 if YaTrji Dyspepsia! $2a,C0? cJiof - tParfoct Page 6 ORGASlZtin i.Mj. The Central Record, Thursday May 27, Take a I ) Stop! we can. Ij .Tsten! Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Tonight 'It will act as a laxative In, the morning n. E. MeRobtrts " Capital $50,000. II. V. HUDSON. Surplus $45,000. J. WALKER, J. Walxf.r, Jr.. -- " They nre shipping horses and mules out of our country by tho thousands and is seems to me the best time In the world to raise all President. . Vie Prest. ft; W. 0. P.ICNKY, JOE Ass't Cah'r W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. Coc not already one of our many hundred depoltor. won't you drop In and get the passbook we liae reHrved for Y0U7. service we extend to our customers. You Try the many-sidewill be gratified with the results. "Once a depositor, always n depositor," Ij coming to be n A If Cordial Invitation. I Siii, By Cock Robin Jr. Old Black Joe, Young Napo and Silver Silk will make the season 1915 at Ben Hams barn, Hyallsville, Ky. OLD BLACK JOE' four-vear-o- ld slogan here. black Jack, over 13 hands, extra heavy body and large tall; A .I 1.. ." and lias proven to .tic nn excellent Iureeuer. ft. - fl Iwne mc.uisi nunc .!. can he sired, sold for $00 00 cash. t weaning time. perfectly broken to ride and drive, Any Jack that will deserves the patronage ol sire a mule that sold for 00.00. last rack ami trot like a big hone, his nev Mack and white pony, Gl Inches .. un (a, the county. er been defeated season in fair ring, will make of 1916 at our premises, the YOUNG NAPO CHIEF NAPOLEON, NO. 5107. Walker farm, two miles from Danville! on Stanford pike, at gushig P Safety, first! Avoid the fire risk by this fireproof, stormproof, and Last as long as the building andneverne MKI tt03 SjBB . a For 5o ij Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 BEECHER MORGAN Danville, North 23rd St., Philadelphia. At $6.00 for Horse Mule and $9.00 for Mare Mule. COMBINED STALLION. He is 15K hands high, black with white points and n fine indi vidual. He was sired by John Morgan 2705 (T O. Hill's champion Jock) dam Nannie B. 2G53. by Old Beecher, the greatest breeding Jack of his time. This royal bred Jack will make the season at my phice at $10.00 for Jack colt. to insure a living colt. $20.00 for Jennet colt or Chief Napoleon is by Hill Napoleon. 3rd, No. 370G, 1st dam Ky's Best 2G54, by John Morgan. Sr., 1934. 2nd dam Joe Blackburn 1 151. by Daisy, 1215. Hill Napoleon 3rd. by Bnughman Napoleon. 2nd, lie by Napoleon 1790. he by old Napoleon. 1 136. Hill Napoleon dam Missouri Queen, by Senator Beck 2419, by Daniel Boone 1450. 1 consider tills the best young Jack I ever owned, He Is 15 hands high, black with white points. I will also stand another One Jack. coming three that bids fair lo make a This is a splendid Jack. He is by Napoleon Hrd.. the largeit Jaok that I have ever seen nnd out of a John Morgan Jennet. He will be permitted to scre n limited number of marcs. 810.00 TO INSURE COLT. SILVER SILK A St inch pony, lienutlfiilly marked with white nnd biuck. and large enough to lie useful not the piny thing sire. He is n grand son of Dock Grey nnd out of an excellent pony mare They will each stand at JiiSBailiiii w3 Phones SJi and 5S8-6 $8.00 to Insure A Living Colt. S. II. ALDRIDCE. LANCASTER. KY - - Kentucky. A Lien retained on nil col's until season Is paid and the season is due from the man who bred mare if parted without our consent. Very careful, but not responsible for ncciilents. GARRARD PEAVINE Will make the sea n of 1915 at my sUble at Mark uurv, k; , at E. B. HAH. IIYATISVILLE, I Dorsey Gold Dust, JOHN MORGAN. JR.. 3705 Visitors are welcome at all times. Mare transferred at $10.00 to insure a living colt. John and action. He until season money is paid. I retain a lien on all colts Uay Stallion 16 hands, star, left hind ankle white, fine style will make the season of 1915 at my fathers barn near Hackley, Kentucky, at or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance and must be paid at once, fare taken to Morgan, Jr., was sired by John Morgan he by Marmaduke and out of an Import prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Phone 364-He has proven to be a ed Jennet. To Insure a Living Colt. great mule Jack, is 15) hands high. atlGHTRKSTON, 6846; sired by Carroll Preston, 4383; he by Preston 922 This good bone and a fine individual. by Washington 54; by Cronwell 73; by Washington Denmark. Carroll Preston's Jack was bred and raised by Thos. Hill Baby Pence 7049; by Enoch Arden; 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont lit. Jim of Buckeye. Forrest 3863; 8rd dam Daughter of Garrard Chief 2263; 4th dam Gray Eagle. I hae a big type POLAND CHINA KIGH PRESTON 6816; 1st dam was Queen Eagle. 11920; she by King BOAR that I wal atnnd for $1.00 cash Enefe 2566. he by Royal Ring 2555, he by Ontime 745, he by Stonewnll Jackson or $1.50 when bouked. Horses, Jacks and Jennets for sale at all times. 72. Koyal King's 1st dam Mollie llountz, 2584, was by the noted sire Cabbells Lien retained on a. I colts for service Lexington. V. S. King Eagle's 1st dam Hip 3579. she by Eaglo Bird 1014, he fee. Care taken to prevent accidents Gli King Eagle 750, 2nd dam Red Lion. 3rd dam Harris Denmark 45, 4th bf but not resoonjible should any occur. !ara by Jim Bell. Money due when o't is foaled or ,mare ttlUH PRESTON 6346; 2nd dam Lady Bird, she by Eagle Bird 1014, 3rd parted with or brl to other stock K(lie Drennon she by Old Drennon, 4th dam Copper Bottom and runs ilm without permlsaio.u .buck 1 nld Davjr Crockett and place will 'Also at the same time will make the season at my place 1 xtatd my fine Jack, , High Preston 6846. $12.50 Garrard t'eavi.ip, CA03. Is a tine in Kentucky's finest Saddle Stallion will dividual, good style and action. Sired This richly bred Saddle Stalliuu will make the season of 1915 at my stable make the season at my stable, one by Rex IVavine 1?.W, grand sire, Rex Buckeye pike, about 2 miles from Lancaster. Ky., at the low price of McCrearv and six miles McDonald 833. lit dam Gordo Lady on the mile East of 6330, she by Cerro Gordo 1022, he by A East of Lancaster at the very low price Black Squirrel 68. of PEDIGREE-Du- ke of Denmark, Jr., by Duke of Garrard, he by the old Duke of. Denmark. First dam of Duke of Garrard, the House mare, she sired a Living Colt to by old Black Squirrel. First dam of Duke of Denmark, Jr., Anne Bell by WalHe is a rich chestnut in color, about will also at the same time and place lace Denmark, and out of Lady Morgan, by old Stonewall Jackson. make thn season of 1915 at The Duke U a beautiful rich red bay stallion. 10 years old and has preven 16 hands high and weighs about 1,200 a sure foal to a Living Colt to beyoujbreed. prodjeer ami a tine breeder of combined horses. See him bepounds, with fine mane and tail and fore 1790, 1st Lein retained on all colts for seafon money. Care taken to prevent acplenty of bone and substance, with lots Try Vine by Rex Peavine dam Guilty MM, 2nd dam Illue Streak cidents but not responsible should any occur. in forty seconds and stepped, Just 4S63, by Curtis Peavine. by Peavine 85. of natural style. He has racked quarters 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 Estelle. by Zicalda the best in the country, being of the the great Dorsey Gold Dust. 12052. Gold Dust, 4400, he by Gold Dust 150. he by Vermont Morgan, he .by Justin same breeding as the famous show horses, Edna Mae. Hazel Dawn. Jack Morgan, he by old Comet Morgan, lsfdam Peavine 85, by Young Daimond, he Straw, Etc. by Diamond Denmark, he bv Washington Denmark. He has proven himself a I will also at the same time and place Kentucky stand my big Jack, champion breeder and has shown some of of the best colts in Central Record 22?i. Trial 2.HJ. ranging In price from $125.00 to $150.00 as weanlings. His books are filling fast Jr. $15. to Insure a Living Colt Duke Of Denmark, Jr $8.00 TO INSURE LIVING COLT. $10. Insure TRY VINE $15. Insure CLARENCE BEAZLEY. 46158. 2:27 J. 1906. BLEUCHER Half Brother to Lula Watts 2 Trotter. Brown Stallion, about 15 hands, foaled Standard Registered Vol 18. Kir Walker Bradshaw, AUrona a.tl, 1:17 ot 31 Mccreary. to in KENTUCKY. o u v u 3 Chester Dare (C. At MORGAN. 4665" Horse Colt ington pike, $7.00 to Insure a Living mile from Bryantsville on the Lexat the low price of sod $8.00 For Mare Coll. Jack, with white pafciLi, 15 hands high, coming seven SaKmSW vearotlj and has proven himself a good jbrueder. Chester Dare is a solid bay, 16 hands high, nice long rangy neck C. Mivjjan by John Morgan, Jr., 3705, twas aireu'by John Morgan, he by with more style than any horse I ever owned. He i3 by Old Chester and Is out of an imported Jen Dare. 1st dam by Granby. Record 2:19h. he by Princeps. net John Morgan, Jr., out of Jennet by Joe Blackburn, he by 3rd Prince, he Also at the same time and place will stand my 6 year old Jack, by Hid Jriace, he by Imp Prince, 1st dam Daisy by Dixie, she by Irvin Dixie by Kiekapoo, tr.d dam Mollie Gray by Lord Wellington, 3rd dam by Importer. Dam Beecher Jennet. Lten retained on all colls for service fee. Care taken to prevent accat $8.00 for living horse mule and $10.00 for living mare mule. idents but not responsible should any occur. Money due when colt is foaled or I Black Jim is by Old Napoleon with good broaJ bone, good head and ear cnare parted with or bred to other stock without permission. ' and has proven a good breeder Lien will be retained on alt colts until season is paid. Money due when mare is traded or bred elsewhere. Will try to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. C Morgan is a black $10. To Insure a Living Colt. 99 BLACK JIM, J. F. FOLEY, Hackley, Ky. r. n. SQUIRREL Peavine, Silent Brook 197C9. 2:1C). sire of Billy Burk 2:03. Meadow Brook 2:00$. Markdbury, - Kentucky. Shawbav 2:071. Zarrine 2:071. Betty Brook 2:09!. Emma Brook 2:09. Lady Hellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:10 Silent Brigade (2) 2:101. Margaret Bathgate (4) 2:lli, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (I) 2:07., etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, also produced Iteddie Clay 2:231, and was grandam of Prue 221. Moko2tl57, sire of Fcreno 2KJ (winner Kentucky rutunty.) Uremia Native Belle (2) 2:071 (Futurity Yorke (3) (Futurity winner) (5) (Futurity win. filly. ) Manrico (3) winner.) (3) 2 .00 J (chsmplon ner.) Silver Silk (1) 2K)8. Susie N. (3) 2:091 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10, Mobe 2:10i, Mochester 2:10i, Momaster 2:11. Siliko )3) 2:11. (Futurity winner) etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion,) Vito (1) Brother to Bumps 2:03 J, 2:09,, Martha Tipton (4) 2:09,. O'Neil (3) 2:131. Baton L. 2:10. etc. Bleucher 40158, record 2591. trial mile 2:14, , naif In 1:00. last quarter In He 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook und is out of Clayo, by the great Futurity sire Moko. Foreign demand has exhausted the supply and we may exHereford Bull pect better prices for our horses In the future. Our advice to mare owners is to breed their mures and to breed them to stallions of merit SKAS0N 1015. and proven worth as sires. Bleucher Is just the type to produce the colts that will supply the demand. His colts have proven fine, with nice head and neck and plenty of bone and conformation. Two miles from Lancaster on the This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 191S at my stable in Richmond pike. Lancaster, Kentucky, at J MARK COINS. lae Xrtrsh-- I Noondar . Hr at Kimota. sll.nt Hroo IdTiw llfht JJU. BrlcMltstit CJreot tlroM Mar 1 Dtrk Uk. I.oi Kcord l:I4K I ll.rrfOl.r IV.1:3I4. itlraol Dlllf Uufk 1.04',. Vlt ... JmoyCUr Dirt ot I. dam. ol v. SMTH. MsutO f Ntirn4 Bella UrtM brood m.re II rook BX .Nutwood J1. Zarilnt 1:ni. Uij Hellbrook B.roa Wllkr. 7M 1 l 1:10. .tc Klraol II to 1:10, rla. UakolllK Mir. ol Hrni. York.! qnii r.lli.l. By Mralhmora euro twllt. r.rH "K. Dan ol Bump. u 1 es4 K.tlr. Blle (11 Dim at Uli W.til til Nllrtr HIU III Dl.ucb.r 1 hilt Monrrto id lvl'i Hu.le Wllkca Nutwood U 1 111, If. 1 IT. out of i ll.ur to ftlleQl Brook N. nl.iw( .10 Hlr olCatl s:u' Halt rtf.trr to Ull.utl Jailor Clay HrnoktMS. Br liana Ctar . Ham ol Kll.nl lirn.ik H'J.3V !'! tlllr L'1.7 1 IKi, KeddlaClar 111 dam ol I'm. 1:11',. aiftnlto. d.m.ofU. C!ilr tw, rs Wnk.llj I'M'! .tc 'tc Registered Service $2.00 Cash. R. E. MOSS, Bryantsville, Ky. HENRY. $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. PEAVINE Phone 53-- R. Squirrel Peavine is the best bred horse in Kentucky. His breed Denmark, Stone Wall. Black Dave, cross of Ontime 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 LANCASTER. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed powadays. It reflects good taste and favorable Barlowe I will also stand this beautiful Shet- land Stallion for the season of 1915 at my stable in Lancaster, Ky.. at ft' $10.00 To Insure a Living Colt. Capital $50,000. A. It Surplus $30,000. Vies Pres'L S. C. DENNV, Cashier. J. L. Gnx, Book-Kepe- r. $10.00 To Iayure A Living Colt. I am prepared to take care of mares on grass Squirrel Peavine is a solid black, 10 hands high and has as much dtVIe as Old Rex Peavine and can do just as much if handled a little. Jfe bos never been handled as a show horse but has won a good many ties. I will also stand a three year old Percheon horse at $8.00 to in living colt. ;ire aAlso at tfw same time and plac will stand THREE GOOD JACKS at $&UQ JENNY, President J. R. T E. STORMES, tat once creates a impression. at lOcti per day. Lien tained on colts for service fee. re- Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. for horses mule and $10. for mare mule. Uen retained on all colts for season fee. Care taken to prevent Phone 338-but not responsible shoulJ'any occur. Sifety Samual Oeposit WE Alex Boxes R. Denny, For J, II. M. Rent. J. E. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful'saroplcs we have and get our prices. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur acci-dent- SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Posey, thb; Central Record. Phone 95. D. Cochran. T. O. HILL, Buckeye, Ky. attlaMsis' StonnesvS. C Dr.ny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. Elliott, Directors. W. B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. - t&tfJl Record, Thursday May 27 Trouts garden pests I 19 5. 1 Page 7 to produce sanitary Some STORM For Infants and Children. is Insecticide Distributed by Means of Ordinary Hose. Water Pane Around Bug Deitroytr and Sprays on Affected Plant Trouble of Mixing Spray Solution Avoided. Farmers Con tlnue to Uta Open Pall Brush Cow Thoroughly Dally, mimwmmmmmmBmaRmmw Third Night of the Chautauqua The The Kind You Have Always Bought itogMicSiQaadiJwcM Bears the Signature of A A Promotes Di$!tonCkfrfy. ncssalIV.-5ionliLuncW- Am r Jo so 32 ' wjnwm.piorp!inc wotNaucotic. nortail AW In Ktcrnal spraying I tho only way to makn any Impression on the horde of bugs and blights which Inflict their presenco on tho Harden. Anyone who undertakes to ralso a few plants soon learns that tbcro aro many tribes of bugs for every kind of vegetation, and In order to prevent a struggling plant from utter destruction It Is almost ?! SEO necessary to stand guard over It with an Insect powder gun. Spraying Is like making lovo to a widow. It Is hardly possible to overdo It. If tho solution mado use of Is of tho correct composition and tho proportion right frequent and thorough '.0 1 ApnfrtllViwtlvrorftmtflM Ion , Sour StoaxIuDUriiui oriasjrn,ul$wnsfnTn ncssanlLossorSuxr. TacS'iralt Sifrttttrt tf NEK YORK. IK Use For Over ""to ff !ygfi. 1,1 ! r Only thoso farmers who either fall to profit by the lesson taught In producing sanitary milk, or who have never learned such lessons, continue to milk In the open pall, Into which falls filth from tho cow's flanks, and which allow tho milk to absorb all the odors that surround It. My tho uso of sanitary milk palls, dirt can bo kept out of the milk, and that Is tho main thing. It Is much easier to produce pure milk by keeping the dirt out of It than to attempt to take It out after It bas fallen In. Hut tho sanitary milk pall alone"wlll not give us clean milk. The cows must bo thoroughly brbshed every day, and their udders washed and dried Just before milking. The milking must bo done In absolutely clean sheds, or la tho open, preferably on a grass plot, and tho milk removed to a clean houso, whero It can be quickly cooled. One of these things Is good enough In Its way, but all must be observed tt wo produco an article that Is not KELLOGGHAINES -- 3 SINGING PARTY In a Vrcsentation of the Wv. Ip jj , Grand Opera "Martha" -: Fine Voices Heatiiifttl Costumes :- Also a 'Rendition of the lg "near," but absolutely clean. CHOICE KINDS OF POTATOES "Songs of the Sixties J Green Mountain Is Medium Late Tu' ber and One of Best of Early Fall and Winter Varieties. A Musical Event You Cannot Afford to Miss 24th-29t- h Thirty Years I CASTORIA Eiatt Copy of Wrapper. The Haulton Rose Is one of the best of the early potatoes either for market or for family use. lleauty of Hebron Is equally good, pure white flesh, productive and early. Irish cobbler la an early variety, a heavy cropper, flesh white nnd of excellent quality. Oreen potato, one Mountain is a medium-latof the best of tho early fall and winter varieties. Ilovee Is said to bo the earliest potato; it is not only early, but a productive and profitable potato. It requires a rich soil, heavy fertilizing and extra culture. These are popular and profit-ablvarieties either for the wholesale or for the retail market. There should be no delay now In planting the whole of the crop. Tho early and the midsummer crop is the most profitable. Our summers are too hot and dry for potatoes. Select clover and grass sod ground; thin sod ground should have a dressing of long manure spread over the sod and then plowed under. If the manuro is well rotted and line, it should be spread on top of the plowed ground nnd well harrowed n June-plante- inoaster Chautauqua June If You Need a Cultivator, get our prices before you buy. We can save you money. Pest Destroyer. applications will keep down the horde of bugs and pests which are likely to find their way Into tho garden. The latest and easiest way of doing this Is to apply tho Insecticide by means of the garden hose, thus doing away with tho troubles and Inconveniences of mixing up spraying solutions and the use of the sprayer. The pest destroyer In this instance Is In the sbapo of a cake in a container which Is secured to tho end of tlio hose at the spigot. Thus all tho water must pass around tho cake of bug destroyer and it Impregnates all the water that is applied to tho garden. When the cako Is consumed It U a slmplo matter to replenish It. Tho material designed for this uso Is said to bavo all tho elements in it necessary to kill all the bugs which attack vegetation, to retard scale formation and to scatter ants. WHEN TO PRUNE THE GRAPE Work May Do Done From Dropping of Leaves In Fall to Swelling of Bud In Spring. I!y V, V. ItKMUCK. MaaaachUMlts Station. Grapes may be pruned from tbo dropping of tho leaves In the fall to the swelling of the buds in tho spring. 1'runlng after sap begins to flow Is devitalizing. It is seldom advisable to prune when vines are frozen, as Children's Work at a Redpath Chautauqua I 5ecker PHONE 27. S00 & Scott, BRYANTSVILLE, Ky, nlMiiorma if msss" Don't miss the wonderful onDortunitv for educational nnd pleusure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c Panama-Californi- a Visit tho brittle canes are easily broken during handling. Summer pruning Is far less practiced now than formerly, with a tendency to do less and less of IL It is used to remove surplus shoots and in heading back cane to keep them within limits. Very often shoots grow from weak buds on the fruiting canes to tho detriment of the shoots. These weaklings should be rubbed oft. So, too, shoots often break from arms, spurs or even the trunk where they are not wanted. These should bo removed, Secondary shoots sometimes appear on fruiting shoots, especially in tho axils of the latter; these should bo rubbed off. Hero, for the most part, summer pruning should end. KEEP Always Potato of Poor Type Deep Eyes and Bad Shape. In. Have ground fine and mellow. For market, drill 800 to 1,000 of standard potato fertilizer to tho acre. I'ut the potatoes In with the planter; It i saves time and labor. WORLD RECORD BY OHIO COW Guernsey, or miik L,ait Murne Cow IMPROVEMENT AT PAR an, Produced Over Twelve Tons rear. Room to Improve Dairy Cow for Better and Higher Production of Milk. Exposition Exposition San Francisco San Diego Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via Peforo wo scoff at purity of breeding in cows, let us sit down and reason a bit. Aro all cows equally good? Murne Cowan, a Cuern-- j Aren't thero moro good' ones than toy cow, who, during the last year, thero were when man first began to produced twelve tons of milk. uso them? Hasn't tho cow proved According to tho university figures Darwin's theory of adaptation? tho cow milk averaged 5 per cent in Granted any improvement over tho butter fnt. During the year she pro wild cow. Isn't thero room for moro? duced 1,090 rounds of butterfat, Isn't It foolish not to help? Isn't It which churned Into 1,400 pounds of sinful not to take advantage of the butter. Murno Cowan's home is u improvement and keep it up to par? farm near Itarberton, Ohio. ' Tests completed hero by the dairy department of the Ohio Slato university, establish a new world's record in milk production, according to figures mado public at tho university here. The new queen of the dairy world la Southern Railway of the South Tor full information, see Ticket Agent. Southern Hallway or write 13. II. Todd, District Pas.en-ge- r Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville, Kr. Plant Plenty of Peas. Plant plenty of peaa In the garden and plant them as early as you can. Such sorts as IJUlo Marvel, which Is dwarf and needs no support, may bo planted at successive times and will furnish delicious peas throughout tho season. Laxtonlan Is another lino quality dwarf pea. It Is no longer necessary to plant tall peas to get high quality. the novelties lightly end experiment with them beforo planting them out on a large scale. d Handle Novelties Lightly. Do not bo In too great a rush to try novelties on tho farm on too large a scale. New things may be all right un der, certain conditions, but In other conditions may be inferior to the old. We do not mean by this to become an old fogy In any respect, but handle children. ML"v dancing. The reUKon for the chatige from mtm'ellancoini story ivlllug to n plan for each flay Is to make each session's work: a definite whole. We feel that this will be an advance, step In tho children's work find will Interest tho parents, The children's worker will also ho ready to give to the wirentH In each community two Informal talks on sods eubjocts au "Tho Placo of the Story In tho IMi'catlon of a Child" nnd "The Value of Tlsy in tho Moral Develop, meut of Children." We feel that the above arrangement will apical to tho parents and ho doubly Interesting to th The children's workers who will appear at tho Itedpath Chautauqua till season, one at each Chautauqua arcs. ' Kathryn Ljlo York. Miss Mabellu Slick. Miss Wllraa Carrol! and Miss Anna David. yount; wouwu who conduct tlio children's work on the IleOpatb Chautauqua will follow a new system a method that will prett-n-t His coming the stories, folk danclug and games to the children la more sjatoiiintle manner. ThU jear the children's workers have received u ocIal training In the following program: On tho Brut day tho children's worker at each Chautauqua will tell Indian folk tales ami teach tbo children a few of tbesimpla. folk dunces uf the Indiana; on tho second day, ItuKlun folk tales nnd Itnsslau folk dancing; on tiio third day, Ger-mafolk tales and German folk dances, ami ou the fourth day, Scandinavian folk tales and Scandinavian folk: Till: Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES Economical Work. Pasture Lightly at Start. Implements adapted to your farm The early pasture may bo overpas-turework will pay the best profits becauso and not recover during tho they will miko It possible to do the season. Tasture lightly to begin work most economically. feed supplemental feeds lib-I with and erallr. Never Overfeed Cow, While, a cow should always bo fed Heavy Cream Keeps Sweet, all she can consume and digest, she Heavy cream doe not sour as quik- should never bo overfed. ly as thin cream. , j Notice! Poultry Raisers Are You a Woman ? CURES Cholera, Gapes, Limberncck, Roup, Canker, I'ScVuirrr Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry Will CoaSM, en-tir- o Tl. 4-11- -44 9 have) made his name famous all over the United Stales and Canada. Compoted of Root, Herba, Barke and Bcrrica. For treatment of Human Diieates. Puitley'alndUnlletU - Daye' Treatment. Dakota Jack'aCovttwr Unlnirnt Dakota Jack's Creroe Soap, riice t0, 3 bail All on sale at I.OO i Our Advtco Is:' When yen feel out of sorts from pation, let us say that if ? consti- Cartful The Woman's Tonic FM SALE AT ALL c&lra Lib U Mfg. wona tid Coirinltti 'Oo Jiop Rtcir 4.1 M4 dropped 1m U1M (wiait Dwklowa. Kir-- , u tad icWvm U chick loaUMjf . hit tK, bttl (Vimbiil b ttff wad." by J. RobL Crnmt, tUrdjiowa, Ky. Price J0c at til Drufclm. SOLO UV i R. E. McRoberts. Drugtftst. Lancaster, Ky. 2e CASTORIA For Infants and Children DAKOTA JACK Ttie Nothwilttn Co boy PURJLIV'3 INDIAN HERDS omaiNATon C C. & J. E. Storoies and RJE. McRowls. or do not relieve you, sea a physician, because no other borne Kinouy will. Bold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRobtrts In Uc9 For Ovr 30 Years Signature of The CerJiral Record 1000 Pony Coupons given with every subscriptfoH, New or Old. DKTS Page 8 I ! J I IIC VTUIIWIIS UIUU (Edited Br ThtWomniC!liibi The General Record, Thursday May 27 1915. i I Education and food were big twin Issues of the meeting. On the food side was an address by Dr. R. M. Allen, who made acknowl- lirM UfiDTH nuubnimiu nm MAV t aaassa1 st About 300 delegates nd visitors to annual meeting of the the twenty-firFederated Women' Club of Kentucky arrive in Lexington for the opening session which was held Tuesday evening, and delegate! from nearly all of the 160 federated rlubs of the Slato and a total of fully GOO visitors were In attendance when the sessions were re. The opening gurned tire next morning. session of the meeting, which was held in the ballroom of the iht Phoenix Hotel, was simply an Introducfor the business tion or curtain-raise- r 1 ? sessions. Mrs. V. T. LalTerty, presi dent of the Woman's Club of Central Kentucky, made the address of to which Mrs. Hlchard 11. Lacey, of Franklin, president of the State These were Federation, responded. followed by a musical programme, after which Miss Laura Clay, spoke on 'Constructive l'eace and the Woman's At the conclusion of the programme a reception to the visitors and delegates was given on the parlor floor of the hotel, with the Woman's Club of Central Kentucky, the Teachers' Club and the Equal Rights Association as hosts. The hotel was decorated with the federation colors of green and white, and many of the business houses of the citv were likewise decorated. Miss Helen Varick Boswell, New York City, chairman of the department ot political science, General Federation of Women's Clubs, was an interesting speaker before the federation, the sub jeet of her address being "What Today Calls For". She paid a high tribute to civicwork ers of Kentucky and said that the palm was due to this State for progress along sivic lines. Miss Boswell defined political science and "club work", she said, is training for citizenship and the idea In progress should be a little for all rather than Miss great advancement for a few. Boswell then discussed the need of re form in the immigration laws and in the penology laws of America. Peace Party." Poland, with a cathedral equivalent to Westminster abbey, wherein sleep the generations of Polish kings and Grant, of Louisville. Corresponding Secretary Mrs. II. B. heroes. It possesses the most striking j patriotic memorial In the world. llipy, of Lawrenceburg. This , Federation Secretary Mrs. R. L. is tne KosciusKODerg, a mound 3m Lacev, of franklin. feet high, erected to the memory of Kosciusko, and formed of earth from every battlefield Ot Poland. We are sure the women of the fourth district will love and admire the newly elected officers as much as they did Felt She Had Kick Coming. thoseijust retired. "Are you the editor' of the paper?" Mrs. Morris Bartlett the new presi asked the lady with the drab spats dent and Mrs. tiaruie Kipy the new caning, "i am." replied the man corresponding secretary are both from with the polssd pencil. "Well. I called They are not only to ask you If you wouldn't get larger and women enjoyed Lawrenceburg. Six hundred men capable of holding these high offices, type. My name was In your paper I will sell at auction one CARLOAD of the much talked of civic luncheon held Ave times last week and a neighbor charming personally. In the main dining room of the Phoenix but are of mine told me she never saw it' Hotel at one o'clock on Thursday and 150 attended the Equal Rights banquet Try This on Rats. at 6 o'clock. A good way to get rid of rats Is The Civic Pageant, which had been to collect some thin chips, pieces ot Fully Equipped. Terms: One Half Cash, Balance Days. arranged with great skill by Mrs. J. A. shingle or tin and pour over them Leech, was in parade. enough molasses to cover them well of the civic work of the State for this sprinkle dry lye over the chips and In Gold will be given away to Maxwell owners attending this sale. All year. Participating in the pageant place them In every rat hole you are required to bring a "Maxwell" load of prospective buyers. Hand me a were representatives of the Clean City can find. The rats will soon move card with the prospects names on one side and owners name on the other side. out worksrs, life preservers (trained nurses) members of the Equal Rights Associa PIGS PROFITABLY FED. tion, representatives of tha press, Camp All who have noticed the growth of "Wilmore" will ndinit that it is a fast growing town, n good healthy, steady Opportunity Ought to Use a Club. Fire Girls, school garden clubs and other Pork Produced at Low Cost In North growth, and here is an opportunity to buy a home, or to buy for nn investment nt your awn price. It is my Intention "It may he true," said J. Fuller civic organization. Gloom, "that Opportunity knocks but Dakota Contest. as soon as building in this addition will justify, to install Water System for this new addition. Positively no Miss Laura Clay presented the peace In the North Dakota ork producing once at every man's door, but so far as at this sale Everything absolutely on the square. am concerned, I must be fearfully banner on which was the peace petition contest, recently closed, itie twenty-fou- r boys and girls that won the prizes bard of hearing, or else old Opporwhich had been signed by 8.750 school cnimren. juany clever Dannera ana produced hogs that averaged 210 tunity has a decidedly velvet touch." Kansas City Star. posters were shown. The kindergarten pounds In seven months. This was children of Maxwell school, who, under done, too, by using the feeds produced on the farms. After charging up the the leadership of Miss Lucy Walby, food The Square Meal. consumed nr. market prices It was have started a school garden, entered found that Our language is a riddle. A man the average cost of produc me pageani carrying their small gar ing h pound of pork was 294 cents a will eat a pound of round steak, a den tools. All the schools of the city pound. The hogs were sold for more pyramid of mashed potatoes, half a were represented. than twice that much per pound In dozen oval biscuits, a triangle of pie, BOND, fact, somo of tbem for nearly two and drink two cups of flat coffee then hair times as much, which means call H a square meal. Toledo Blade. The "Education Day" of the federa. that the hog furnished a market for tion meeting was arranged with a view the food right on the farm and paid of acquainting the club women of the more than twice the regular market Transients, as It Were. "Do you keep any servants!" "No, State more thoroughly with their State price for It Planls. Plants. Plants. MEMORIAL DAY. University. The object of the contest was to of course not." "But I thought I saw I have for sale any variety of plants one In your kitchen?" "Oh, we have The entire day was spent fit State demonstrate that a marketable hog Memorial day, it is now formally at 15 and "0 cents a hundred. University, the qiorning session, 9 to can be produced In about seven months. servants on the premises a day or observed as a legal holiday in a maDick Williams, Route 3 tf two at a time; but we don't keep 12:30 a. in., being held in the chapel of jority of the states, was inaugurated them." Hall, the girls' dormitory, dpaca brio Patterson this bextmc It for tut eieln In 18C3. Gen. John B. Logan, who was Ive dm ototir former aubsrOwra, and la for ASK REA NYE. of the a uengnuui uuuei luncheon was at that time commander-in-chie- f th salt ot stok, ftam suit, aucu ibiugs on Suggestion. served to 300 women at 12:30 p. m. Grand Army of the Republic, issued an (arm at lb Urutrr eautiol afford Ui atrtr Mrs. "The people In the order to all surviving Union soldiers The dining hall was charmingly dec tl.. Sa tmtlfii will iim arAtitit Ar.r tour apartment are having a lovely next ' tluafl. and will baoulT In wn 1.u. of tha A) orated in white and green, the federu meet May 30 of that year, at the time deciding on names for their new to BCOao, Irreolebarsa tion colors, mingled with blue and respective "Tell them I cemeteries near their twins." Mr. white, the univeisity colors. The host posts, and to decorate the graves of suggested Hugh and Cry." Judge. For Sale;-- good surrey and a good esses at this luncheon were the Worn' their fallen comrades. But the cereas new break-cart- . an'a Club, State University, and Won mony, in nn informal way, had been (! H. Swinebroad. an's Alumnae Club, State University, Friendship. observed since the spring of 18C3 in In the hour ot distress and misery the South, where the custom origin! v following t,ie luncheon the guests Two hundred feet of hard wood floorExperiments at the Iowa experithe eye ot every mortal turns to ed. The ceremonies at the graves of were personally conducted by Dean Aning fur sale. ment station show that I, row! tows Mrs. C. A. Robinson. friendship; In the hour of gladness derson for a tour of the university Hollywood dead in fed on corn alone produced the and conviviality, what Is our want? f Confederate lightest average litter as well ai grounds, and later, at 4 ;30 o'clock, were Capt. Elkin has two riding cultiva-- j cemetery at Richmond. Va., m the It Is friendship. W. S. Landor. the lightest average pig All the taken on un extended automobile trip, tors, several double shovel plows, and Black j"nck with white points, 8 years spring of 1807 'verc being observed at lots fed on a supplement to the corn carrying much protein had covering Elmendorf, Ashland and a other farming implements he wishes to old, loj hands high, fine breeder and the time Mrs. John 1J. Logon happened average Jltten and larger larger I number of other interesting places Kindly Suggestion. sell at bargains. great individual. A Jack of line hone to be visiting in that city. She was so average plgt as well. The cheapabout the city. The agricultural department Issues pleased with the simple beauty of est pujs were produced with a feed and action. Will stand at 110.00 to ina bulletin to the effect that "cucum- these ceremonies that she urged her of one pound of meat meal to thirsure a living colt. ty pounds ot corn. The pigs from One of the impressive inclden'.n was ber diseases require attention." They ceremo- the sows fed on corn alone cost Will also at same time and place sure do. Has the department tried husband to inaugurate similar the introduction of the new ollicers, the most at birth. It was ies for the Union soldiers. stand a I'EAVINK HORSE at $10.00 lo Jamaica ginger? federation standing us they were pre Only palm reading net on any stage. these ceremonies that suggested the Insure a living colt. sented. Upon motion of Mrs. Gilmer Romans Opera Ilouje all next week, idea to General Logan. This stock will stand at W. I'. Uesh-onAdams, a rising vote of thanks was or before cold weather, and that Why tha Comparison? uniting the ceremonies ure eminently The idea of given to Mrs. K. L. Lacey, the retiring North Dakota feed farm on the Crab Grchard pike 5 "Why do you compare my marksadapted' for dolus thli thing ut a prof. peo. of the northern and the southern president. miles from Lancaster, Ky. Mares Another reawm for winning rapid manship with lightning?" asked the pie seems to have originated, also, in AT OUR Mrs. Morris llartlett, the new presi- It grated at $2. per month. Care taken gains In pork production Is that the recruit. "Because," replied the indent, reported all resolutions offered pig makes better iim of the food the structor, "It never hits twice in the the South, for in tha spring of 187C , to prevent accidents, but not responsiTrain Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. the women of Columbus, Miss., while during the meeting and their adoption younger It Is. which tuean that more same place." ble should any occur. decorating the grave of Confederate was ratified. The Peace Party was en- pounds of pork ain mvured from feedAHKIVE. . soldiers, strewed flowers on the graves dorsed, and all clubs were urged to hold ing a given ii mount of food to n young No 10: 5:00 a. m. What Should He Take for It T Union soldiers who were buried ilg than tu ail old one. of the peace sessions at an tally date. Motorist skids across the street and In the same cemetery. When the news To Maysville, connecting at Richmond Tbo winner In the contest. Miss Anna The federation also endorsed the Elin & Louisville; Barrett of Larluiore. produced 3,811 hits another machine. "Pardon me, of this touching tribute reachd the with L & N to Frr,'l'ortO len Wilson Memorial Fund, brought to to Lexing at Winchester with C & but I am suffering from (tounds of pork from a litter of fourNorth, the northern newspapers com ton & Frankfort. Mount Sterling & its attention by Mrs. Edward DeLong, teen Durocs In 201) days. She sold Good Work and Judge. them mented favorably on the fact. The fund is to be a memorial to tl loutsty Court Days. Ashland, at Farii to Cincinnati. for OHi cents, which brought her Since that time the sentiment ex Prompt Service by late Mrs. Woodrow Wilson and Is to be 1247.71. while the value of tho feed No 71; 8:35 a. m. 8omeone Els Mad to Pay, pressed in it has been growing among devoted to the education of boya and was $01.40. which left u return of Richmond, 1st. Monday, i To Rowland & Stanford connecting When a man gives his Satanic ma' the American people. The monurrent Expert Mechanics. girls of the mountains. tlSO.22 aboro the cord of the feed. The Paris, 1st. Monday. Jesty his due It Is usually at the ex- erected at Fitzgerald Ga by tlw Blue at Rowland, L & N to all points South "The Federation of Yesterday and average dally return above tbo cost ut pense Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Complete line of Tires. ot his other creditors. No 28; Il:fM a. m. and Gray Memorial association of that Today" was the subject of an address feed was) 75 centa pretty good returns Harrodsburg, Ut, Monday. Everything in .Automobile To Richmond, connecting with L & visible exprespigs. place is one of the best by Mrs. Letcher Riker in which the for caring for a litter of Lexington.Jtaa'. Monday, pbra were farrowed April 27. N to Irvine & Ileattyville, Lexington Accessories. sions of this sentiment. Dally Thought growth and work of the federation These Stanford, Snd.Monday, From May 0 until Oct 10 they bad tbo & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. A noble nature can alone attract the were happily traced. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. run of a blue grass pasture. lu addi noble and alone knows how to retain Sick Headache. m. No 70: Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. tion, tbey were fed twenty-onPrestollte Service. bushels tbem. Goethe. To Richmond, connecting with fast The State Federation of Women's ot corn, fourteen of barley, twenty ot Danville, 3rd. Mondtr. Mrs A. L. Luckie, East Rochester. train to Cincinnati-NClubs became specific in voting its en- oats, two and omMhlrd Mns of screen Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. N. Y., was a victim of sick headache 27; 5:09 p. m. MITCHELL & dorsement of female suffrage and the ings, 114 pounds nf bnin and short.. Nicholasvllle, 3rd. Monday. caused by a badly and (despondency, To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon suffrage current was given high voltage ,400 iound of milk uud. frvin '.Not. I , Mm People In This Town Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday, never really enjoyed a meal until weakened and debilitated condition of Junction to Elixabethtown & Bowline; at a banquet of the Equal Rights As- until the closing nf the Somerset, 3rd, Monday ki SHACKELFORD, ber stomach, when she began taking Green, and at Banlstown Junction to followed rattle (hit wen ou feed. I we advised them to take a " sociation early In the evening and From Georgetown, 3rd, Monday; Chamberlain's Tablets. She says, "I Bsxdstown & Sunntitleld. utuount uf feed that fourteen i this ''stepped up,' as the regular program pigs, with ua uternge weight, LANCASTER, 4th. Monday. found them pleasant to take, also mild Second Street. PhonM?(. 271C j of No 9; 8:42 p. m. developed, adoption of the resolutions pounds, were produced, Winchester, tth. Monday effective. In a few weeks time I uud the coat before and after each meal. SuUoalr ' following n add reus by, Mrs. Desha To Stanford, connecting with .fast; Montlcello. 4th. Monday. wan 2.4 cent, tfortU Dako. I by, U Danville, Ky. was restored tomyiormergooqneaiui 23o a bos, to lluU.Ua. Breckinridge, train to Bristol & Atlanta. , yersalllesv4tji. Monday. 1m R. E. MsRtbsrU For sale by all dealers. of Lexington. Second Vice President Mrs. George No medicine ever before Introduced In America has been quite as successful as Tanlnc. In Kentucky, this pretrier preparation is now being used regularly by u quarter of a million people, who are daily expressing an abiding faith in its remarkable merits, j while equally as imny In Indiana are constantly testifying to its valuable virtues in instance! of stomach, liver, kidney and intestinal derangements, as well as catarrhal affections. Among recent endorsers of the At the Arts Club the last evening a the delightful theatrical and musical pro- msgic medicine is W. S. Hart,Wool-wortn manager of the big h gram was given by the play-givin- g Ten-ceFive and store, on sommittee of the Woman's Club of Fourth Street, in Louisville Ky, Mr. comCentral Kentuckv. The ore-aedy, "Indian Summer", was presented Hart, after thoroughly testing the by Miss Alexander, Mr. McCbmas, remedial powers of Tanlac said; "Tanlac h s made me feel like a new Miss Lewis and Mr. Hudspeth, and "The Open Door" was delineated by man. I used the medicine for rheu1 Mr. McComas and Miss Williams. Both matism. certainly do recommend lt.'Statements from men of such unwere cleverly produced with great questioned honejty and integrity as Air red it to the players and to iflss Julia Hart, should appeal to those who ne W. Connelly, o f Hamilton College, director. After this lovely dramatic likewise affected, ard such halfslck, program an informal reception was rundown, listless people are innumerable in all communities like this, says held which closed the annual meeting. L. T. Cooper, by whose personal dirthe celebrated Tanlac is now be The election of officers of the Ken ection ing introduced. tucky Federation of Women's Clubs This preparation is on sale in Lanfor the ensuing year was officially anR. E. McRoberts and Becker, nounced Friday and resulted as had caster at Ballard & Scott, where the famous foreshadowed by the nominating been medicine can now be bocght. ballots as follows: President Mrs. Morris llartlett, of Polish Patriotic Memorial. Lawrenceburg. Cracow was once the capital ot free Vice President-M- rs. W. T. Latterly edgement of the 'Value of the Feder ation's Influence on I'ure FonJ," and a report from the Department of tood Sanitation by Mrs. F. 0. Young. A masterful address of Friday after noon was that on "KentucKy a War Against Illiteracy" delivered by Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, head of the State Illiteracy Comtnlsion. The founder of the mnjnlight schools of the high lat.ds told first of the State's need of rduca- Hon, reviewed the grist stride that had been registered within the Inst few years, and outlined plans for the great rarnpalgn that is getting under way. No Illiteracy by l'JJi) Is her slogan. PRAISES TANLAC Manager of Big fire and Ten Cent Store Sajs He Is Like A New Man. BIG AUCTION IN "MORRISON HEIGHTS" ADDITION Monday May 31st At 1 WILMORE. KY .30 p. m. 25 CHOICE BUILDING LOTS 25 Several Baby Farms containing one to five acres. One 25 acre tract with large barn. All on macadamized street. One lot given free to Asbury College. TERMS: One Third cash, One Third in one year and One Third in two years with interest at six per cent. A discount of two per cent given for cash on deferred payments. 1915. MAXWELL CAES 60 LIVE STOCK HUSBANDRY (qk fr PO.VJVJ FREE MUSIC BY COLLEGE BAIND. OAPT. ENGLISH, BOLIVER H. J5j Auctioneers. Ifarmer's column! Ayre-Sha- ft Q Ayre-Sha- ; BUCK VARNON I L. & N. STOP GARAGE When Danville 's W. P.'Deshon. e h' , !