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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 3, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915060301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 3, 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. ui' ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssrs i imi ieeee CENTRAL RECORD. RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. 1 R. 5 IWINTT SIXTH TIAII. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 3. Join the Commercial Club. la .a Ask for coupont In the Tony Contest. -- 9 5. 1 NUMBK1I S. fey DECORATION Observed DAY SUNDAY County SCHOOL ICS (IjSj hj OH Fellows Last Sundir. Convention Next Saturday. Lancaster must be on the "Dixie Nearly one hundred Oddfellows reShort Route." ported at the hall last Sundav afternoon and marched in a body to the Strawberries this week at $2.00 per Baptist church where memorial services W. E. Most, crate. were held, conducted by Rev. F. M. Tinder. After the services the entire Subscribe for the Recotd nd get body marched to the cemetery where 1,000 votes on the pony and cart. nearly sixty graves of departed brothers The pony contest will close nert were fittingly decorated. Mr. R. H. Saturday, when the first prize will he Tomtlnson conducted the services at the cemetery and In his unual impressive awarded. Pay your icbscrlptlon to the Centaal Record and 1000 votes will be Riven you for every dollar paid. An unusual interesting progrom has been arranged for the union County Sundav School Convention which will be held at the Christian church in this eitv next Saturday, beginning promptly at 9:30 A. M. Besides being very In- jja We are headquarters for structive these conventionsrave always proven interesting and it is thought that every Sunday school in the entire county will have delegates at this meeting. 1 DEERINGBINDERS 1 PONY AND OUTFIT To Be Awarded Saturday FOR SPLENDID AVERAGE NAWAL ACADEMY APPLICANT. LI See our "Daniel Boone" RIdinrf Cultiva tor, constructed entirely of steel and mal- leable which makes it exceptionally strong. The Pivot Dodge and Pendulum movement of the lonts are new and attractive features and insure easy handling. The latest improved machine of its kind on the market Ask for them. Auto Tickets CONN BROTHERS. If my strawberries satisfy you, tell The contest fnr tha firat nrIA In thft your neighbor, If not tell me and I will pony contest will close Saturday make them satisfactory. W. E. Moss. afternoon June 5th at three o'clock Only two more daya and the first sharp and no coupons will be counted Immediately the Help after that time. prize pony will be awarded. make your favorite happy by winning votes will be counted by disinterested parties and the PONY, CART and this beautiful pony and cart. HARNESS will be awarded to the Every user of the telephone has to lucky boy or girl havlngthe mostvotes, have the same determination Grant had as the first prize winner. The second when he said "I will fight it out on this nrize will be awarded Saturday July j 3rd, which will be the beautiful pony line if it takes all summer." colt. The winner.of the first prize can-nj The Peril of Pauline promise to be compete fqr, the second prize. jjjj as thrilling as the Exploits of Elaine which says much for its thrills. Pearl m COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES While Is a splendid actress and very popular with "movie goers". Of Lancaster Graded School. Deering Mowers, 3 ol Mr. Lucien M. Grant, of ttla city, was recently appointed an alternate to the Naval Academy, by Hon. Harvey Helm and he was ordered to Lexington for examination last month and while the examinations are very rigid indeed, Lucien got by with an average of ninety. Mr. Grant is a recent grad uate of the High School here and was considered one of the brignest pupils in his class. We are all proud of Lucien and hope he may land the position for with he aspires and for which he is so well I Bakes and Twine A complete line' of Repairs. fitted. 8 Live and Let Live Folks. b DO i & YOU KNOW I S 2 Ni Pi that you can buy shapes for 50cts, flowers for from 10 'Lto 50cts per bunch and trim- mings of all kinds at greatly reduced prices. Cnll and see us if you want a real bar- gain. Hats trimmed free of charge with pur- chases of hat and trimmings. S TJfrs fflella jirnold brands. 3H DC 3G - GO TO - Dickerson & Carrier FOR Dry Goods. Shoes and Groceries We pay the highest market price for Country order of entertainment. Senior play, "Mose" Friday evening June 4th at 7:30. BLUE LICK VS PAINT LICK. Baccalaureate sermon, Sunday morn Next Saturday afternoon at Paint ing, June Cth at 11 A. M. Address by j Lick, the Blue Lick ball club will cross Dr. J. L. Clark. Pres. Wesleyan baU with Paint Lick. This should be Declamatory contest by representa one of the best games of the season Z and a good crowd should go out to see tives of the four high school grades, wilt take place Monday evening June & this .game and help root for their 7th. Four boys and four girls will take favorite. part in this contest and $5.00 in gold will be awarded to the winner. Operetta "Princess Chrysanthemum SUNDAY SERVICE. j& will be given by the pupils of Miss The Sunday school at the Christian Smith and Miss Morrlss, Tuesday evenchurch will begin promptly at 9;30 ing, beginning promptly at 7:30. o clock and and entire services will be The pupils of Misses Anderson, Ezell over at 10;30 in order to give every one and Tinder will give an entertainment ample time to attend the Baccalaureate Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. service at the school Auditorium next Wednesday night at 7;30 the pupils Sunday rrerning. of Miss Webb will give a piano resltal, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 the junior pupils of Miss Webb will give a piano NEW CLERK. recital, together with the first grade Mr. Oppie Brown, recently of Stan pupils of Miss Brashear. ford has accepted a position at Mc Thursday night the address to gradu Roberts drug store and assumed his ates and awarding of diplomas by Rev. Eberhardt, of Danville. duties there last week. Mr. Brown is a recent graduate at the Louisville Pharmacuetical school "THE PURITAN- and takes to his duties like an "old timer". modern AND SANITARY ICE CREAM America must take care of her' own rights, her own citizens, her own com merce; and she must act upon the per fectly reasonable supposition that do to America exactly what she has done to Belgium and France, if he has the power. The neutrality of Belgium was protected by a treaty to which Germany was pledged, to which it was one of the parties. It was the guardian of Belgium neutrality, and it devastated Belgium. The commencement exercises of the Lancaster High school hare been an nounced for Thursday June 10th and already handsome invitations have been issued for this event. Beginning with night the Senior play "Mose" will be given by the entire senior class and promises to be one of the chief events of the season. All the enter tainments will take place in the school Auditorium and the following Is the LANCASTER KNIGHTS Enj'oy Danville Conclare. Place your order for Binders and Twine. Do it Now. Phone 49. i The Lancaster Knights that attended the Conclave at Danville last weeje are very enthusiastic over the entertainment they received at the hands of the good people of Danville and all say they never attended a conclave that was more enjoyable. The social features, of the conclave were very, enjoyable indeed and all who attended, report a delightful time. Danville was in gala attire and every business house and many of the residences were elaborately decorated for the occasion with the colors of the Templars, and nothing was left undone for the entertainment of the visiting Sir Knights. Some of the Knights wbo attended from this place were; Messrs J. R., S. G. and J. S. Haselden. J. W. Sweeney. W. 0. Rigney, W. S. Hopper, D. A. Thomas, Henry Simpson, Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, Dr. B. C. Rose, tiogan Ballard, Tom Chesnut, J. L. Gill, W. B. Mason, J Rockwell Smith. H. V. Bastin and J E. Robinson. HASELDEN BROS. Pony tickets given on all cash sales. 31 1C 11 I C G. M. LYONS BUSY CASH STORE. The fullest measure of variety in White and Colored Cotton Goods. CLUB MEMBERS FOR COMMERCIAL TO CAMPAIGN JAPAN CREPES patterns. Lace and Embroidered Voils, also White Goods for Wash Skirts. bons for sashes and hair bows. LOSES HORSE. Parlor and Luncheonette To Open Produce. Ask for tickets on the Automobile. Friday At One O'clock. li i ini ifii EH J One of the hearse horses belonging to Mr. J. A. Beazley died last Sunday night, of acute indigestion. This is the second horse Mr. Beazley has lost from his hearse team, and both being very fine animals, his losses have proven very serious. Here's hoping his luck may change. How about these for the GRADUATES? GIFT BOOKS. INITIAL PAPER, KODAKS, ' FOUNTAIN PENS, FINE CANDIES, CUT FLOWERS. MoROBERTS. ANNOUNCEMENT. We carry a complete line of hi Rough Lumber. Cement, Crushed Stone. Brick. Nails, Builders Hardware and are receiving dally shipments of Flooring. Ceiling. nnd m kinds of Finishing Lumber. Sid-in- d We have a nice line of WINDOW Give us ur order t,ii'.Hr inrwvns SCREENS. anil we will send our carpenter and put klij..i . .. yuu. uiucixueicu luuiuiiiiy, up ft. totin & &n With our limited vocabulary it would Indeed be hard to do justice to the beautiful Ice Cream parlor to be known as "The Puritan" opened by our public spirited citizen; Mr. Jce S. Haselden tomorrow at one o'clock. To attempt to describe this artistic, sanitary and altogether beautiful shop is beyond us, other than to say there is nothing in COMMITTEE APPOINTED. Lexington or any other Central Ken Mayor L. G. Davidson, by order of tucky town that will compare with it. The chaira and .opalite tables are the board of city council at its last meeting, has appointed a committee to things of beauty, the soda fountain is investigate the advisability of munici- built of fine Italian marble and trimmed pal ownership of the Electric Light with mahogany, finished with German Is plant and this committee will visit Dan silver and the latest thing in soda fountains, being built by the largest ville, Harrodsburg and Nicholasville Friday and report back to Soda Fountain factory In the United States, The meeting o f the council of Chicago. Liquid Carbonic Company the next The committee is composed of Mayor The electric fixtures are the indirect L. G. Davidson, K. P. Gregory, J. II. type atid certainly illuminate this Dalton. W. O. Goodloe and Dr. J. A beautiful room to perfection, we might Amon, members of the city council and also state that the fixtures are the very J. E. Stormes and II. V. Bastln, as latest style of electric fixtures and were representatives of the commercial club, furnished by the New York Electric Fixture Co. being especially designed for this place. A WORD TO GRADUATES He has also Installed the very latest Ye Graduates Do not let your diplo chocolate candy refrigerator, somemas make fools of you. Do not Imag thing out of the ordinary for a town of Ine that because you are educated that this size. This refrigerator being de it will be degrading for you to engage signed especially for candies and will in any of the useful avocations of life, keep It as fresh as they were the day Education is a good thing. An educated they lett the factory. The color scheme of this new and up farmer ought to be a better farmer than one without education. An edu- to date place is certainly well carried cated carpenter ought to be a better out from the steel ceiling to the floor mechanic than one not educated. Edu- and we certainly congratulate him on cation, however, without practical, his idea of decorations. Mr. Robt. Walters one of the best every day common sense does not accomplish much. Education that fills soda water dispensers In the State will its possesnor with a false pride, that have charge of the fountain and any leads him to elevate his collegiate one that knows "Bob" can well undernose to all labor outside the profes- stand and congratulate Mr. Haselden Educa- on his choice of a man to take this posisions is poor stock in trade. tion la just as honorable in its shirt tion. The Lunchenette Sandwiches and sleeves, working at some of the usesalads of all kinds will be served and ful trades, as it is tn broadcloth, special lunches ready prepared for pounding in a pulpit or loafing in a automobile parties or picnics. When you cllentless lawyer's office. We overlooked the fact that he has get over the "threshold of life" and installed an electric lighting out on the "ocan of time" you will and cooling system and while Lancasfind unless you labor peraeveringly electric current Mr ter needs an you will be crowded out of the procesHaselden has the electric fans already sion by some bustling, praclcal, hard Installed on his own system of 24 hours working fellow who never saw the current of electricity. of a college building. It is true The half has not been told, go to his HSanhood, sterling integrity, .indomit opening Friday at one o'clock and you able pluck, and bard work, and not will be certainly surprised that a place tMloroa latin, that makes the whiela ( like this Is located In a town of this go round and the world move. size. y y One of the greatest assets that a city can have is a real live, active and energetic commercial club, organized solely for the developement of the town and county. The commercial club that was organized here about one month ago, is already making itself felt and is putting Lancaster on the map. Every one must admit but for the work and organization of this club, we would never have been ableto secure permanently, the Boone Highway and while we failed to get either branch of the Dixie Highway, we are right in line for the "Dixie Short Route" and with a little effort on the part of the members of the Commercial Club and every citizen of the town whether a member of the club or not, we should land this route, which is claimed will be two hundred miles ahorter than the Eastern or Western route that has already been located Now what the Commeicial Club needs is more members and at its last meeting It was decided to start a membership campaign and it will send out a committee to wait on every business man in the city and urge that he become a member of the club. Don't give these members a deaf ear, the Commercial Club needs your influence and support and you need the influence of the club. There are several very important things up before the club now, that should interest every citizen of the town: namely, the municipal ownership of the Electric Light Plant, the tele, phone franchise, telegraph operator, with office on public square, better train service to Lexington and the Rural Survey that is being made of the county, which we doubt very few know the real importance and the great benefit Lancaster will derive from it when the survey is completed. Organization in the city is to keep pa,ce with organization with rural interests. This club hopes some day to see a county farm demonstration agent located In the county. In many localities such agents have been secured through the activities of the commer cial clubs, rather than through rural cooperation. The work of commercial clubs Is essentially in the broad interest of the community as a whole. It is mad up of men in different lines of business, of bankers, grocers.druggists. dry goods merchants, doctors, lawyers and ministers and with some progressive farmers. Naturally yon can see why such an organization must work for the general good of the community and along the lines In which its members have common interests. The ultimate Influence of such a group of citizens, con together towards stantly community development and betterment, is far reaching. The club now has a membership of and they are very anxious twenty-fiv- e to double this before their next meeting. Won't yoa helpT Pretty Rib- Ajnagnificent assortment of Plain and Fancy Give us a call. G. N M. LANCASTER. - LYONS. KENTUCKY. .. II II II 1L My Prices on BUGGIES WAGOHS I Carts and Harness them will interest you-G- et We also have a complete line of CULTIVATORS, PLOWS. ETC. W- - h BMANS, n EtHcaster,' KeHtucky; v.'TSTi. f 1 Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday June 3 I9IQ. I Sold Jaroslav Cimera and His Great Of BOURBON rOLlTRYjCLBt down a cbltk'j throat enrti tlie Sapea. A waterdrop, la and curea fw One and otlierchlck foe bottle make It rallona of medicine At all prercnta cholera, diarrhoea Jrufflt. hample and booklet on caieaoi rown Knt ritr.r.. Bourbon Rtmttf Co. Uilirua, I j dlea. by McRoberts Drag Store and J. R. Mount, Son & Co. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects good taste and 4at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. TI-I- U Central Record. DAY Is always a bis feature of every Itcdpath Chautauqua, and from present Indications It lone will !o. The fourth day of tho Itcdpath Chautauqua this year U to t Rim! Day. Jarostar Clmcra and hU great concert In tbc afternoon and ono In tho evening. Tho program will locludo some of tho well known heavy overtures, and the encores wilt comprise sotno of tho ipular pieces of the dnr. Pllscn, Ilobcmta, tho land from which many of our greatest musicians tinvo come. Ho ban, huwever, ent tho greater part of hi life In America, nod tho majority of tho musicians who comprise his band arc American born. Nine yean ago Mr. Clmcra was playing trombone solos with limes' Hand In concerts In Orchestra Hall, Chicago. He has also aplcarel as soloist with Bousa and later with Uohumlr Kryl's Itniul. For several years he acted as assistant director of Kryl's Hand, and for three winter seasons ho was tmmtionlst In the Kryl Concert Company. During bis forthcoming Chautauqua season Mr. Clmcra will not only direct his band, but will apiear In trombone solos. Mr. Clmcra Is not new to the Chautauqua. In fact, be has played for three seasons past In Chautauqua programs-o- ne will BAND Jaroslavrender twowas born In Clmcra Time Table. Southern No. 10 Rail Road. TENNESSEE OFFICIAL WINS LONG FIGHT J. W. Seaton of Linden. Cleric of Panyiiic. Ky. North-boun- Lancaster Chautauqua June 24th to 29th. STANFORD The Rook Club will meet with Mrs. Robert Bruce June 8th. Attend the J. J. Thompson Salr, Thursday June 10th. Mrs. II. D. Phillips has been confined t) her bed on account of illness. Miss Annette Wray. of Danville, is the guest of Miss Frances Tate. Miss Edna Smith, of Corbin, is the guest of Mrs. Julia Hughes here. Mrs. M. A. Phelps is in Richmond the guest of relatives and friends. Miss Ollie Phillips, of Liberty, is the guest of Miss Gertrude Wilkerson. Miss Mary Walker, of Lancaster, has been the recent guest of Mrs. J. C. Hays. Mrs. B. D. Carter is visiting her mother, Mrtg Sallie Good at Mitchells-burg. Cincinnati Express, 4:30 a.m. daily Spe- No. 4 cial, daily No. 28 No. 14 Blue Grass Special, 6:03 a.m. daily except Sun.G:08 Carolina Special, 7:00 daily No. 6 Local Express, daily 1:35 No. 2 Cincinnati Limited, 5:20 dally No. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37 South-boun- a.m. a.m p.m. p.m. p.m. No. 1 Express, 11:05 a.m. dally No. 11 Royal Palm, dailyll:20 a.m. No. 1 New Orleans Lim 11:35 a.m. ited, dally Special, No. 13 Carolina 10:15 p.m. daily .. SpeNo. ' 3 cial, daily .. , ...11:35 p.m. No. 9 Florida Spe11:52 p.m. cial, daily No. 27 Blue Grass Special, daily except Sunday, arrives- - 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and information call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, agent; 'phone 346. 5 Loca Are You a Woman ? m Garii Tha Woman's Tonic FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS Registered Hereford Bull SEASON 1915. Service $2.00 Cash. Two miles from Lancaster on the Richmond pike. R. E. HENRY. Lounly Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Ilarrodtburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Monday, Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday, Mt, Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER, 4th. Monday Winchester, 4th. Monday, Montlcello. 4th. Monday, Versailles, 4th. Monday. tho Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial District of Tennessee, was for years a sufferer from stomach troubles In part a result or ms conumns work He tried doctor after doctor. He tried medicines without end. One day be took a dose of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. He wrote: "Your medicine is the best in the world for any form of stomach trouble. I am glad to say that after taking the full treatment I feel that I am well. "I had very severe pains In my stomach all the time. One bottle of your medicine did me ten times as much good as all the doctors' medicine that I took for two years. My family physician told ms that I would never be any better today I am well. I have pounds." gained twenty-flvMayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. Gat as much anr whatever you like. No more distress Mrs. D. W. Dunn of Hustonville Is after eating, pressure of gas In the stomach and around the heart. Get one the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Dan bottle of your druggist now and try It Traylor. on an absolute guarantee It not satisMr. Valentine Hagaly, lot Waynes-burfactory money will bo returned. is the guest of his son, Bruce Fagaly here. ANY BODY CAN GET A HOME Miss Margaret Shanks is the guest Any Good Man Can Get From One To of her aunt, Mrs. II. Kirby Bourne at New Castle. Ten Years To Pay For It. Mrs. W. T. Davis, of Pineville, is the I have four first class farms, con guest of her brother, W. L. McCarty taining about 1400 acres of Garrard andffamily here. County's best soil, which I will cut in Mrs. Woodie Hale has returned home to narcels to suit purchasers, in amounts after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. II. an entiro farm. from five acres to C. Wrav at DanviJIe. 310 acres, fertile soil, on good pike. Miss Katherine Harris is visiting her two miles from a thriving village and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. E. W, 15 miles from one of the best graded Harris at Lancaster. schools in the State, conducted by four Mrs. C. Hays Foster and little daugh experienced teachers, children conveyed to and from school at the expense of ter, have returned home after u visit to the District; intelligent, cultured and her parents at Pineville. II. C. Carpenter and Ewalt GIvens hospitable people for neighbors, In two It acts at miles of High Bridge, where boating, attended the Automobile and othtr methods of entertainment Indianapolis, Ind Monday. are at hand. Five room residence, two Miss Nancy Yeager has returned tenant houses, 3 acre tobacco barn, 150 home after spending last week in Danacres in grass. Farm is near the pro- ville, attending the Conclave. posed million dollar dam to be conMr. R. I.. Porter returned Saturday structed on Kentucky river, which will night from a visit of his brother Robert furnish electric light for the entires coun- Porter and family at Kell, Illinois. try. U can be divided irto three firms. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones have reThe Buster Brown farm near Camp Dick Robinson, 410 acres, five good turned home after a visit to her parents barns, all new, splendid residence, Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Norman at Walton. thirty foot concrete silo, concrete pools, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Severance of lots of hemp, corn, and tobacco land. Frankfort have been hero for several Robinson Brothers farm contains 350 days the guests of relatives and friends acres, one stock barn, two tobacco Miss Elizabeth Hunn left Wednesday bams, seven room residence. Most of to be the guest of her aunt, Mrs. II. this is sand stone land and any farmer B. LeCompte at Frankfort for several in Garrard county knows this kind of week 8. land is the land that grows the highest Hon. and Mrs. W. II. Shanks went tobacco, as well as corn and price spend a few hemp. The evidences are on the farm to Ricemond Sunday to E. to bear cut this statement. This farm davs with the family of Mr. T. is located on the Kemper Lane near Baldwin. Lexington pike. Mr. and Mrs. W. II, Higgins left The Beazley farm, one and one half Monday for Richmond, Va., to be the miles from Lancaster, on Lexington guest of their son, Dr. Harry Higgins pike, 290 acres, good brick residence, and famlh. tobacco barn, stock barn, in reach of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Pence are re the Lancaster Graded school. The soil joicing over the arrival of a little is splendid, well watered and the farm daughter at their home, christened fronts one and one quarter miles on Mary Elizabeth. the Lexington pike, in easy reach of has been An Alumni Association town and the entire front can be used formed here for the purpose of giving as building sites, which I propose to an Alumni banquet the first of July, cut In any sue to suit purcnaser. Bellvue, has I will exchange any of this property Prof. J. W. Ireland lot be toastmaster on this for Garrard county property at the been invited to same price I will sell for cash. If you occasion. Mr. W. S. Embrv and wife have been wish to exchange, come with yours priced as you would sell for cash. You in Louisville for the past week, where can get this land just as cheap by ex Mr. Embry was operated on for an eye change as by purchase if you desire to trouble. He stood the operation well and his many friends will be glad to change your location. Now these are lour as good farms as know he is recovering. there are in the county. If you have Miss Lucile Cooper, who taught the been a failure in life, stay at home. past year at Joplin Mo., is spending the If you are the kind who never dreads week with Mrs. Alfred Hewlet at any failures, I want to see you. These returning are live farms and want to see live Charleston, that state, before home. She is expected to arrive In men. Call on or write, J. I. Hamilton, Lancaster Ky. Stanford about Sunday next. Miss Nancy Katherine McKinney delightfully entertained a number of her friends at her home on West Main street last Friday evening. Games and different forms of athletic sports were contested, with much interest. On last Friday evening the Seniors were entertained at the home of J. W. Rout by a number of their friends. The house and porch were beautifully decorated with flowers and lanterns. Delightful refreshments were served very bountifully during the pleasant evening. There were about thirty eight who enjoyed the evening, as each graduate invited one. Circuit court has been in sesssion here for several days, but very little doing. Very few cases were ready for trial when court convened. There have been just a few cases of minor importance tried. It is raid that the grand jury is at work in earnest, finding out where the law has been disobeyed in the city of Stanford and that several have been summoned to appear before it this week. POSTED The undersigned hereby g7e warn- ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of t- - law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N B Price R.L.Elkin, W. It. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. ' H. C. Arnold. James G. Conn, . J. P. Bland. J. C. Morgan, J. II. and W. S. Weaver We willdd other names for 25 cents W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Office Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Director and cash. "I drink it's so delightfully HEALTHY HAIR SOFT AND FLUFFY. Beautiful hair does lot just happen but is always a matter of c re and proper nourishment of the hair roots. No matter if your hair is falling out, stringy, lifeless, and full of dandrulT, Parisian Sage, an inexpensive tonicsold by R. E. McRoberts is all that is ever needed. It nourishes the hair roots and stimulates the growth of new hair. All dandrulT is entirely removed with one application, rind itching scalp and falling hair cease; your hair will be bright. vigorous, soft and fluffy. Wheather your hair is oily, dry or brittle. Parisian Sage immediately removes the cause aad by toning up the scarp quickly restores the hair to its original brilliancy and vigor. This delightful tonic is a real neces sity ynd will not fail to give u lasting benefit to your hnir and scalp. atrag PAR FAY is 07 than good, more than delicious. more COY A. T. Sanders was In Lexington Tuesday. A. Green has been away several days on business. Cement your interest to see us. A. II. Bastln & Son. Mr. ami Mrs. Elijah McMillian spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Porter Wearren. Mrs. Elijah McMillian entertained quite a number of friends at dinner It is so stimulating. Wholesomely and agreeably so! There's a "kick" to it, a "come-back- " that lifts your mind ' Wednesday. Mrs. Nannie Moberly was thu weekend guest of her daughter Mrs. Johnson Speaks. II. W. Preston bought a bunch of hogs from Norman Grow and A. W. Price unknown. Mrs. Mary Sanders viilted her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Duncan of Nicholas-vill- a the first of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan and Mrs. Mary B. Preston spent Sunday with Mr. Luke Preston and family. Mrs. Tom Hicks, Mrs. Jewell Montgomery ind children of Bourne were the guest of Mrs. Mary Sanders Estes. and body out of the rut of the day's hard work and makes you be ter able to meet and conquer the problems that ariie. smoothness PARFAY as you have never been to another soft drink. But the thing that will really iv'm you to PARFAY for all time to come is its gentle and delightful stimulation. PARFAY'S flavor, PARFAY'S richness, PAR-FAY'all these will attract you to S flbMcsttRgegl trill relieve your indigestion. Many people in this town have used them and we have yet to hear of n case where they have failed. We know the for;' mula, Try it TODAY Everywhere LANCASTER BOTTLING WtRKS Exclusive Distributors Jfere;.There. Everywnereo , Bold only byjis R. E. McRobsrts CSo a LoxjT founts fforlBottted. a The Central Record, Thursday June 3, 19 15 X Page 5 Or. J. S. GILBERT. OFFICE CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING Office Phone M ReildenM Phone 41 LANCASTEK. KY. AND J?. H'. OliiMt fltlnj. f iiafictloa On.r.Dl.xl WIN THE BEAUTIFUL 3orrdtr, Graduate Optician Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. Pony, Cart and Harness Contest For The Contest For The John H. M. McRoberts. Clay Attorney-At-La- Kauffman, w Olllccson Danville Street over Post Odlce. Olflce Phone Oi. 1st Prize will close 2nd PONY CARTand HARNESS Prize P O IN Y . H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kontucky will close Faint Lick, DrW. E. McWiliiams Physician and Surgeon. BUCKEYE, KY. Phone 387-Prompt Service day and night. Saturday, Junesth Saturday, July 3rd J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence I'hone 3. Office i'hone 27 LANCASTER, KY. It is understood that the winner of the Pony, Cart and Harness is to keep the Ponys Colt until September 1st when the Pony Colt is to be turned over to the winner of trie 2nd Prize. It is also understood that the winner of the 1st Prize is barred from the 2nd Prize Contest First Prize will be Awarded Saturday June 5th. Second Prize will be Awarded Saturday July 3rd. mmmmmmmLwmLmmmmmmmaiammammtmmmm NEEDFUL KNOWLEDGE De- 4. M. K. Benny and W.A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Sarferr. One.: 8lormn Balldlni.T.f Hart A And.i Ha'i Fursliar. Slot.. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. PICK ' YOUR FAVORITE FROM THIS Lancaster People Shoold Learn to tect the Approach off Kidney .Dis- Office at Lancaster, Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Ralney -- ease. Livery Stable. - Kentucky HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in High-Class Monuments. Original Designs and Prompt SerConvice. Gunrnnteed Quality. nections at all Granite and Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays Telephone 164. Stanford, Kentucky. STRAWBERRY The aymptoms of kidney trouble are Disordered kidneys often excrete a thick, cloudy, offensive urine, full of sediment, irregular of paaage or attended by a sensation 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 Delay and there is danger. ofteu proves fatal. You can use no better endorsed kidney remedy than Doan's Kidney rills. Here's Lancaster proof of their merit. W. M. Zanone, stationary engineer, Campbell & Crab Orchard SU., Lancaster, saya: "My kidneys were dis ordered and the kidney secretions were irregular in passage and contained sediment. I bad pains in my back and sides and when I stopped, I had difficulty in straightening. Doan's Kin nev Tills relieved me." Don't Price 60c, at all dealers. simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan'a Kidney Pill the same that many. Mr. Zanone had. Foster-MilburProps., Bulralo, N. Y. n been visiting at Mr. Jim Tvrners. Rev. Paul Rains ot Lexington filled the pulpit at Pleasant Grove churcu last Sunday mording and evening. Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Chesnut and Mrs. Milner Route of Danville were guests of friends here Sunday afternoon. D. S. Swope sold a bunch of shoata to Ed Clark at 71 cts. J. W. Sanders sold a bunch to J. T. Pope at 7 cts. Mr. and Mr. Boyle Doty, and little daughter of Paint Lick spent Saturday with hi brother J. O. Doty and family Fleecie Misses Nannie May and Gooch of Stanford are spending several days with their sisters, Mesdames J. L and Ben Dunn, Mrs. Kelly Hogg left several days ago for a atay at Hot Springs, Ark. Mr. Hogg who accompanied her returned home Friday. Mr. Blanks sold some corn last week at $3.60 per barrel. John Royaton, Jr. old leveral load to Pence Bros., at the same price. Quite a number from here will attend the Union Sunday School Convention which will be held in Lancaster Satur day at ihe Ceristian church. Get Hid Of Your Mis Sallle Woods has been visiting In Lancaster and Richmond for the past ten days. Plaster-Wo- fiber, right prices. A. II. Bastin & Son. Mrs. Easton and Miss Mattie Guynn, of Lexington were the week end guests of Mrs. W. M. Eldridge. Misses Marv and Alma Lear lett Friday for Richmond Va., where thev will attend the Confederate Reunion. Messrs Roy Estridge. W. L. Carman and Hay Metcalf attended the Knight Templars Conclave in Danville the past od LIST AND TRADE WITH THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS WHERE VOTES WILL' BE ISSUED FOR THE BEAUTIFUL PONY AND CART NOW ON Rhenmatism. , PLANTS Friiitand Shade Trees Our first offering of the remarkable Mammouth Pearl Potato Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agtt. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington,' Kentucky, 1841. 1915 rtuy Gold Mcd! Tb Sure Crowlaj; Kind U SEEDS Bar Um fran rwr m1 A la, caa'tsiipplr ton, wrlla mi Unci. LOUItVlUC KID 00 Uuievift, K. Inland HUM' mi Now is the time to get rid of your rheumatism. 1'ou can .do it if you apply Chamberlain's Liniment. W. A. Lockhard, Homer City, N. Y., writes, MARKSBURY "Last spring I suffered from rheumaLathes, kill dried A II Bas'ln & Son. tism with terrible pain in my arm Attend the J. J. Thompson Sale, and shoulder. I got a bottle of Chamberlain's Llnlrcent and the first appliThursday June 1 Oth." cation relieved me. By using one botAttend the J. J. Thompson Sale, tle of it I was entirely cured." For Thursday June 10th. aale by all dealers. is the Mis Ruth Sink of Lexington guest of her aunt Mr. A. J. Ltce. PAINT LICK Mr. N. J.Gosney delivered two loads of tobacco at Lexington last Friday. Mrs Ruben Ralston i III with measles. Miss Jennie Swope left Friday for a Attend the J. J, Thompson Sale, two weeks visit to relatives at Parson Thursday June 10th. Kansas. Mr. Hise Davl of Livingston, Mis Annie Blanks It at home after a week atay with Mis Emma Scott at arrived Monday for a short visit McCreary. Rev. Grier, of Louisville held a series Mr. T. D. Chesnut and Mis Lula of service at New Hope church the Simpson who have been quite sick are past week. improving. Miss Mary May Walker was the guest Quite a number from this place at- of Mr. J, C. Hay in Stanford the tended the Knight Templar Conclave at past week. Danville last week. Mia Belle Denny, ot Stanford, arMil Elizabeth Simpson atterdtd the rived Wednesday to be the guest of funeral of ber aunt, Mr. Ellen Dunn Mr. R. J. Walker. at Danville Monday. Messrs J. Wade Walker and Chris Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Rice ami children McClure attended the Farmer meeting were recent guest ef her mother Mr. in Berea Saturday, Carman ot Stanford. Ml Louise Rice wa the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. H.lm and Mr. Miu Margaret Cochran at White Cbaa Duibara of near Lebanon have Station, the past week. Co., week. The game of ball between Paint Lick and Point Leavell Saturday afternoon in favor of resulted in a score ot Paint Lick.' Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rucker and ton and Mr. James Rucker. all of Lexing ton were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. Rucker. Mr. E. C. McWhorter. Misses Lula and Cleone McWhorter and Rev. C. E, Ellis attended the Baptist Sunday School Convention in Crab Orchard. Mr. N. T. Barnes, ot Lexington, who is Interested in the B. Y. P. U. work, spend several days here the past week and held several splendid services at Mount Tabor. Miss Stella McWhorter who ha been teaching in the Paintsville High School for the past year, arrived here Saturday. She was accompanied home by her niece Miss Edna Mae Kirk. Mis Elizabeth Eldridge. one of State University's graduates for this year. Is at home for several days before returning for the Commr ncement season. Mis Julia Easton, ot Lexington accompanied her home for a ahort viait. The sympathy of the entire community goes out to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cross in the loss of their baby on last Tuesday. The circumstances attend ing the child death were peculiarly sad, as Mrs. Cross had been called here by the serious illness of her mother, Mr. Jack Hammack, and Mr. Cross wa ur.able to get here before the end came. Mr. and Mr. Cross left Friday with the little body for their home in Thrifty Texas where the interment will take place. 1 EXHIBITION. Robt M. Graves, A. B. Estridge, Gladys Conn. Allie Brummett, Nelson Conn, Elsie Brown, The following boys and girl have expressed a desire for the pony and cart and they or their friends have entered their names as contestants. In trcding with the different merchants and business men, whose names appear below this, be sure and get a coupon and vote for your favorite. Pearl CrutchfieM J. D. Manuel Jr. V. A. Lear, Jr. Isabelle Terrill, William Renner. Fannie Tinsley, James Dnrwin Sealf, Ben Rankin, Mary Blanche Conn, Johnnie Vanhook, Baby Sister Caneer, Edwin Kirk, William Embry, Chas. Bastin, Lyle Prultt, Frances Grant, Virginia Pearl Walker, Aleene Thomas, Bessie Grant, Mamie V. Davis, Clarence Hall, Elizabeth Conn, Loudella Peace, J. 0. Bogie, Jr. John "Red" Smith, Willie C. Daniels, Leslie Sherrow, E. J. Oaks, Jr. Henry Shelby Fish. Clinton Ruble, Ewell Ledford, Homer Moberly, Grace Fathergill. Lucy V. Long, David Hamilton, Jane Brown, Hellena Perkins, Wilmoth Sutton, Ruth Lane, Carrie SutU.;, Ida Sowder, Elisha Cheatham, Earl Ward Clark. Harry urown, Marie Clark. Raymond Cox, Margaret Doty, George Brown, Elsie Clark. Ethel Clara Dudderar, Be sure and ask for coupons at the following places. The "Rex" Theater, Good Pictures and Good Music, E. C. Gaines, Nothing but Insurance. R. E. McRoberts, Drugs and Paints. J. W. Smith, The House of Quality. Davidson and Doty, Groceries and Meats. Joseph Mercantile Co, Dry Goods and Ladies Garments. Denny and Wheeler, Dental Surgeons. Haselden Bros, Everything in Hardware. Miss Minnie Brown, The Latest in Millinery. The Central Record, 1,000 votes with each Subscription, new or old. ar Ready-To-We- John S. Casey, Graduate Cincinnati D. V. M. Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinary College. Office at W. B. BurtrA's Sale Stable. Night Phone 211. Page 4 TheCentral Record INCOItrORATED. The Central Record, Thursday June 3 1915. POPULAR IN HIS OLD HOME MEXICO MUST CHANGE UNUSUAL" SAYS I , Friends and relatives have received TRAINED NURSE HER WAYS. I1MUM iljrthe Womn.OtoM H.00 a tear. invitations to the marriage of Mr. Wade Issued Weekly. Bush, of St Louis and Miss MaryAndcr-- i President Wilson and his Cabinet Would Be UojraltfolJI She Did Not I . j. fw tve ion, l.Krnnge, icnn. .i uu nuk nnuw yesterday decided to warn all Mexican J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. That Mrs. Bartlctt and Mrs. Itlpv tha vntini Iftftv tint V, do know Wade leaders that unless they compose the Break Silence And Say Renedr ' have a plsce it, the hearts ot their town R.L ELKIN, Local Editor nnd Mfir, and if he is getting the wife he deserves situation some other means will be Is Remarkable. people is envlnced by the following she is welt nigh perfect. No boy who found by the United States to bring taken from Anderson News. Entered t tb Foit Office In Uaeaittr. Kt ever grew up In Lancaster has more' about a stable government in the re Mrs. Emma Coffman, the efficient Bftond CltM M.ll Mutter "At the Federation of Women's dubs true friends here than he has and we public. trained nurse who has had such an meeting at Lexington last week, I all wish him unalloyed happiness. extensive experience with medicines. Mesdames Morns Bartlett and Hardie Member Kentucky Press Association 13TH ANNUAL CAR tnd is among recent endorsers of the re B. Ripy were elected president and corSTANFORD FAIR. Eighth District I'ublishers League. new medicine, Tanlac Mrs, responding secretary, respectively, of NIVAL AT CENTRE markable Coffman, whose home is at 430 Wash the Kentucky Federation of Women's With Col. S. T. Harris as President Clubs, The honors conferred on these ington St., Henderson, Ky., said: Lancaster, Kj.,June 3,1915. To Be Bigger And Better Than Ever. and clever Ed. Walton as Secretary, "I have had such an extensive ex two popular Lawrenceburg women were the Stanford fair promises to be the The Carnival Committee of Centre perience with medicines that I feel worthily bestowed and will be graciously best ever held in the county. Rates For Political Announcements They will have an attractive premium College is making extensive plans for that I should be considered a fairly worn. There is not a doubt but that When the Club's membership,!!! grow like r For Precinct and CitV Olfiies . . .$ 6.00 list, which will insure the stock, and a the entertainment of guests for the good judge of this medicine. festivities June 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th 10.00 Vr County Offices fair that will draw the stock, will also This has been an annual event for Tanlac was placed on the market green bay tree under their administratFor State and District Offices.... 15.00 draw the people. They will make even here, I watched Its introduction with ion.. In fact the honors could not have twelve years and is looked forward to 10 For Calls, per line greater Improvements on the grounds, from year to year with a great deal of considerable interest, as I was fa been conferred on two more worthy or 10 For Cards, per line miliar with its success in other cities. deserving club women than these two which are already about the prettiest pleasure. Many new features have I lovable, and charming ones. Lawrence "1 determined to give it a trial. For all publications in the interin the state, and one of the best fairs been added and though this will be the had suffered with stomach trouble for burg people est of individuals or expreshave a right to feel proud in Central Kentucky will be held at thirteenth they take nleasure in sum sion of Individual views, per several years, nnd while I used a or the honors bestowed and THE Stanford in August. moning thier friends to their halls and 10 lin number of preparations nothing did ANDERSON NEWS joins heartily campus for the greatest gathering they me any good. I had scarcely used a in wishing each unbounded most 05 Obituaries, per line.."Tt success in have ever had. Preliminary tennis bottle of Tanlac. however, before I the office over which she A FIZZLING FROST. presides. It tournamer.il are going on now in order goes without saying It will be done with The Beckham, & O'Rear movement to eliminate nnd the final tournament appreciated its beneficial effects. ANNOUNCEMENTS has fizzled out in Kentucky and we POLITICAL 'My digestion had been very poor, dignity- - patience, courtesy and kindness will be strongly contested. The inter nothing more of their great state- class track meet promises to be very gas forming on my stomach immedi- to all concerned. The Central Keeord is authorized to hear I had been Upon the arrival home of Mesdames ately after eating. announce the following candidates for wide campaign. From what the Ga- interesting as it will not only be well nervous, excitement causing Bartlett and Ripy Saturday afternoon, office, subject to the Democratic zette has learned from men who at- entered but a few humorous stunts my heart to palpitate so violeatly that they were Informed of a "home-cortended the speaking in Western Ken- have been arranged in the guise of primary, August 7th, 1915. tucky, the campaign was the biggest wrestling matches and handicap races, I was often alarmed. I had headaches ing" celebration to be held at the FOR GOVEItNOK. Pierian Club In their honor that afterfrost ever accorded a speaking tour of The Queen's float will be electrically and was completely worn out ' Hon. A. O. Stanley. There is certainly something to noon In the ChiD Room. The room had any character. Whatever the object lighted and the balance of the parade FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. of the combination it is evident that will be made up of students and alumni this Tanlac. It has done me more been tastily decorated In green and the scheme failed of fulfillment. And bearing brilliant and varigated torches, good than tverything else combined.. white, the Federation colors, which "CA. Hardin, of Mercer county. It is the first timeI have ever recom- presented a pretty appearance. The right now we predict that when the The program Is as follows; H jChas. C. Fox, of Boyle county. mended a proprietary medicine publicly State llower-"H- lu Grass- "- was also !!) Democratic statewide candidates read FOR COMMONWEALTH'S Monday June 7th. but I feel that I would be ungrateful greatly in evidence on tho occasion, f their votes after the August primary 2:00 P. M. Inter class Track Meet. ATTORNEY. there will be more astonishment ex- 8:00 P. M. Carnival play 'A Night Off'. if I did not tell the public about my Mrs. John Dowling, president of the fi) E. V. Puryear, of Bovle county. relief, which Tanlac produced. Tanlac club, presided, and appropriate and pressed among their ranks. Whatever Tuesday June 8th. R. W. Keenon, of Mercer county. well chosen speeches were made by is really an unusual preparation." the status of the liquor question, it is 10:00 A. M. June oratorical. J. S. Owsley, jr., of Lincoln county. certainly not a political question, and Tanlac. the famous medicine, is now Mesdames W. T. Bond and Lewis Mc 2:00 P. M. Tennis tournament, FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. sold in Lancaster, bv R. E. McRoberts Kee In honor of the honor guests. Mrs. no one has a right to inject it in politic. (at Elk's Club) W. B. Mason. Mary Dowling Bond presented Mrs. and Becker Ballard & Scott at Bryants-villLeitchfield Gazette. Wednesday June 9th. W. A. Doty. Bartlett and Mrs. Ripy eucli with a A. M. Class Day Exercises. FOR, SHERIFF. huge bouquet, the fragrance from 7:30 P. M. Parade. TRIBUTE TO MR. WATTERSON which perfumed the joyous assemblage. G. T. Ballard, Jr. 8:00 P. M. Gala Night. BANKERS Delightful ices, cakes and mints of Henry Watterson, editor or the FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Thursday June 10th. green and white were served the guests l, has been mentioned as H. Clay KaufTnian. To Meet In Annual Convention At Annual Commencement and all present were glad to be present a candidate Infill a vacancy in the Hall ' i to wish well the newly chosen officers C) Crab Orchard. I am a candidate for County Court of Fame. Can any one tell us, ofThand, YALE'S GREAT OAK of the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clerk to succeej J. W. Hamilton the what Marse Henry is famous for? Clubs." Pickens Sentinel. present Clerk. Groups S and 11 of the Kentucky SEES 'TAP DAY' AGAIN For frankness. Hatred of hypocrisy. I have accepted The Chief deputies Association will hold their anBankers The first prize at the State art ex appointment in the office in order to Ability. Free rhetoric Nobility of nual convention at Crab Orchard, to- hibit, held at Lexington last week un SfttMto n.V(U York Timet. acquaint mvself with the duties of character. Independence of expression. morrow, Friday June 4th and a big new itaven, May LU this was der the auspices of the Kentucky Clerk and having fitted myself to take Keenness ot penetration. A link bettime is in store for these financeer's of "Tap-dav- " at Yale, and forty-fiv- e of Women's Clubs, went to J, the examination required by law, I ween the fine old Southern journalism congressional juniors learned that they had been the Eighth and Eleventh B. Alberts, of Louisville. The award sincerely ask and solicit your support.. of the years gone by and the districts. The address of welcome will was made on Mr. Albert's canvasss. A man tolerat- elected to membership in the three be delivered by Cashier II. G. Skiles, newspapering of E. M. Walker. "Leonora," a potrait of the artist's ed for the mean things he writes; par- senior secret societtts Skull and Bones, of the Crab Orchard Banking Company was a prize of $100, doned for the tart things; admired for Scroll aud Key, and Wolf's Head. Railroad Commissioner. will be made by Judge sister. The award Last year, in response to criticism and responses In addition offered by the federation. the bright things, loved for the L. W. Bethurum, of ill. Vernon and We are authorized to announce to this prize, there were four prizes of And honored that it was undesirable to expose to the for them all. JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown, for, maybe right or maybe wrong, he public the chagrin and disappointment J. E. Robinson of this city. The meet fered by individuals.whlch were awarding will be called to order at 10 o'clock Nelson County, as a canditate for the Is honest in all these things he writes of juniors who missed election, and A. M. by the President, J. W. Elmore, ed to the following artists: Democratic nomination for Railroad and says. Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle. that the exercises as formerly conduct Paul Sawyer, Frankfort, water color. city and Cashier of the Garrard Commissioner from the Second Dised tended too much to the glorification of this "Evening on Dix River;'' William Bank and Trust Co. trict; the primary election to be held of certain selected members of the Welsh, Tie officers of the two associations of New formerly of Lexington, but now Saturday August 7th., 1915. SCHOOL CENSUS lower class, the ceremony was held York, etching, "The Windmill;" privately on Berkeley Oval but this year are as follows; - Miss Willhelmlne Loos, of Lexington, President Group bight J. W. William F. Klair, Fayette County, SHOWS INCREASE OVER LAST YEAR Tap day came into its own again, when now in California, pastel, "SanJacino;" Candidate for Reelection as Railroad The school census report of Garrard the tapping was done in the main cam- more, Lancaster. Eleven-Welsh, Miss Katherine of Spring A. T. Siler, President Group Commissioner, Second District of Ky. County which has just.been completed pus opposite Durfee hall, in the open Station, miniature, "Study." HonSubject to the action of the Democratic shows a marked increase over last year space so that enterprising Yale men Williamsburg. Miss Dixie Selden, Secretary Group Eight W. C. Rue, orable mention. party in the August Primary. the total census showing the number might not climb into the tree and shout Covington, and Mrs Myra Musselman Ilarrodsburg. of children of school age in thn .county down disconcerting remarks during the Cair, ot New York, In his speech at Paintsville, Hon. A. Secretary Group Eleven John II. to be 4177, an increase over last year an air. O. Stanley said: Dean Jones issued instructions early Gibson, Somerset. 84 pupils. of "To succeed in Kentucky the DemoExecutive Committee Group Eight SEEMS TO HAVE Four of the largest schools in the in the day that none but juniors and cratic party must remain harmonious county and M. Johnthe number of pupils listed seniors should be admitted to the cam- P. R. Beard, Shelbyville; II. and united. To succeed nationally, the L. Sears, Nichin each, are as follows; Lancaster pus, and that the gate should be locked son, Lawrenceburg; F. PLAYED OUT. party must preserve an unbroken Graded School 378, Paint Lick Consol- and temporary fences put up to keep olasville. front. We are fortunate at this fateful idated school Executive Committee Group Eleven pro The Beckham-O'Rea- r 272; Buena Vista Conso- out those who did not belong to either hour that a great, patient and couraVernon. J. W. hibition circus seen.s to have fizzled lidated school 193, Lancaster Colored class. The order was that the campus F. L. Thompson, Mt geous man is at the helm. Democrats was to be closed at 4:30 p. m., a half Hart. Corb'tn, R. W. Cole, Barbours- out completely, as no one seems to School 209. and Republicans alike forgetting for , hour before the Deginning of the cere- ville. know whether the aggregation is still the time being their differences, turn The program for the jofnt meeting at on the road or hasquit "barnstorming monies, but it was only a few minutes to Woodrow Wilson as their hope and NEW PRESIDDNT OF after 4 when guards were placed at the Crab Orchard will be as follows; for State-widIt has be-- n snggested their shelter in time of storm. ThinkBusiness Session 10 a. m., at Crab that Judge O'Rear quit to "'tend to gates, ropes were stretched across open ing of the safety of their homes and of space and the campus was closed as Orchard Springs Hotel. his garden," which he declared some CENTRAL UNIVERSITY tight as a drum. the lives of their sons, all are ready to Called to Order by President of Group time ago needed his attention. Louisuphold the hands of the President Notwithstanding all these precau- Eight, J. W. Elmore, Cashier of Gar- ville Times. To Take Charge On June 5th. tions several hundred were on the rard Bank and Trust Co., Lancaster. "He is especially anxious at this campus when the ctfick in the tower time that the Democratic party should Invocation-Re- v.' F. M. Tinder. Lan Dr. W. A. Ganfield recently elected of Battell chapel struck five. Some of caster. not be divided by any foreign issues, FORMER LANCASTER President of Central University at Dan- the early ones on the scene climbed that no question which is not political Brief opening remarks by Presidents On into the limbs of the old Elm near Bat- - Groups Eight and Eleven, J. W. Elin itself, should be injected into Demo- ville will arrive there June 6th. GIRL SUCCESSFUL cratic councils. He is entitled to the the evening before a banquet will be tell chapel, from the branches cf which more; A. T. Siler, Bank support of every Democrat in the so- tendered to Dr. Ganfield at Louisville they could get a full view of the pro- of Williamsburg, Williamsburg Kv. Ready, of Louisville, is Miss Sallie problems that by alumni and friends of the University. ceedings. lution of the world-widFrom there and from the Address of Welcome II. G Skilcs, visiting friends nnd relitives in Lan him and confront the Demo- Dr. Ganfield is a, graduate of Cornell windows of adjacent dormitories re- Cashier Crab Orchard Banking Co., caster and vicinity and at the same confront cratic party. For that reason he has College. Iowa, and of McCormick marks were made as different seniors Crab Orchard. time demonstrating some wonderful again reasserted his earnest hope that Theological Seminary. He is a native appeared on the campus to tap their Responses by Judge L. W. Bethu preparations which she compounds, of Iowa, aged 40 years, and is noted men. the Democrats of Kentucky will not rum, Mt Vernon; J. h. Kobinson, tan- - which are known as the S. R. Beauti- The undergradu ate "dope" for the caster. allow themselves to be divided into for his broad scholarship, eloquence and fier, S. R. Powder andS. It. Hair tonic hostile camps over the liquor question. force. For several years he was pre- past few weeks has been that athletes Address: The Difficulties Confront When a small girl. Miss Ready lived in "We settled that question in 1911 as sident of the State Christian Endeavor and managers displeased with the at ing the Bankers ot Kentucky at the Lancaster und those who recall her titude of some of old "Bones" men in Present Time J. W. Stoll, President will be glad to know of her phenominal Woodrow Wilson wanted it settled. On Union. athletics, were going to show their dis- Kentucky Bankers' Association, I'res success with her preparations. May 15, 1915, in a letter to Gen. W. B. approval by going to "Keys." When ident First and City National Bank, Haldeman he again expresses his earn"DIXIE SHORT ROUTE" the time came they did, and with a Lexington. est wish that the Democratic party vengeance. GARRARD COUNTY would udhere to the position taken in Address: Elimination of Overdrafts Is Urged By James From Chattanooga To The surprise ol me alternoon was and Resulta-- J. M. Robinson, President 1911, and asserted with emphasis that Would Welcome Them. the turning down by two men of an it was not only his position then, but Lexington First National Bank. Barboursville. election tor Bones for Keys. These were that it is his position now. Agriculture and its Rela Address: "The Beasley Bros, who have sold President C. E. James of the Dixie "Is there a Democrat in Kentucky Highway Association is heartily endors- Dan Collier Elkin of Lancaster, Ky., tion to Banking-- J. S. Hocker, Presi their extensive farm of 800 acres on manager of the Yale crew, and John who has the effrontery to claim that he dent First National Bank, Stanford, the Newtown pike adjoining Cold ing a movement to run a short route Henry Vincent of Minneapolis, son of is a better friend of temperance than C. Willis, Chairman of stream and Belmont, have not yet deAddress-- D. through Tennessee 'to Albany, Ky., the president of the university of Min this great and godly man? the Foard Federal Reserve Bank, of termined about reinvestment, We are Lancas "Is there a Democrat in Kentucky thence via Somerset, Stanford, Lexing, nesota, who is a very popular Yale Cleveland, Ohio. Followed by His in hopes that they may concludo to reter and Nicholasville and on to graduate and an enthusiastic Keys man. Answering Questions on Federal Re who will leave his party and desert his main with us, for, it is a serious mat Representatives from the different Keys appeared to be very jubilant President for the leadership of Caleb ton. ter tor any community to lose such counties along the propose route have over the men they got Somn of whom serve System. Powers or Edward C. O'RearT Discussion of Banking General active business men. at "I am willing to trust the President been asked to meet outSomerset through are Hampton, Yale's leading broad Everybody. Each talk live minutes or We see it stated that they will give by County Judgs jumper; Capt. Alec Wilson of the foot' just sent of the United States as my counsellor the letter possession July 15, when their cattle R. F. Jasper, of Pulaski and which ball team, "Pie" Way, the Yale pitch less. and guide not only In matters political, Appointment of Committees. go to market, which is their principal read as follows: er; Carrington, manager of the foot but in matters moral and social, and I At Crab Or business, and from which they have Luncheon at 2 p. m. May, 29, 1915. ball team; Burgess, captain of the pity the taste of a man who believes You accumulated in legitimate trade a very Springs Hotel at 50c each. To Whom It May Concern: hockey team; Hamilton, president of chard that O'Rear or Powers or any other to register on arrival.) liberal competence. After confering with different parties the Dramatic association; Proctor, are requested Republican, is capable of leading the Report of Committees. The lowing kine will soon be sup. Dixie Short Route chairman of the Yale News, Crocker, people of Kentucky to a higher spirit Interested in the officers. Election of pulanted again by the neighing of the Lexing' the first man tapped, who led the last ual level than our own President, or from Chattanoogaf Tenn., to Adjournment aristocratic horses on famous old Mc call for the junior promenade, Dan Collier Elkin, that any cause however good can be ton, Ky., I hereby issue a HerVs" hoping the belt Grathlana. advanced by the destruction of the following counties in Kentucky and who turned down Bones, the manager Tennessee, to meet in Somerset, Ky., of the Yale crew and a popular under FOR SCHOOL BUILDING both to the outgoing and incoming Democratic party or the betrayal of a proprietors. Lexingtorian. June 9th, 1915, at 2:00 p. m., for the graduate. Democratic president." k The County Board of Education will The appearance of Captain purpose of organizing the said route and on the campus was the signal receive bids on June 6th 1915 for a locating same. People Ask UaV J!" The counties in Kentucky are Jessa- for a prolonged cheer that broke out school house to be built at Beechwood, tWhal is the best laxative? Years of YANTIS. mine, Garrard, Lincoln, Pulaski, Wajne still more enthusiastically as ha made near Point Leavell. Plans and specif! experience in selling all kinds leads us As we go to press we learn of the and Clinton. Tennessee are Pickett, known his choice. Daniel Collier Elkin cations can be seen at the office of Miss to always recommend man tapped for Bones by Jennie Hlggins. Bids will be received Bledsoe, was the first Cumberland, death, in Parsgould, Ark, of Mr, W. A Fentress, Harold Pumpelly, the football player. for the work alone, all material being Yantis, who passed away last Tuesdsy Sequatchie nd Hamilton. Respectfully, He was enthusiastically cheered, and furnished by the Board, also for the as the safest, surest and most satuisfr. night He formerly lived here and tery. Bold only pf tu, 10 cents, great excitement prevailed when it was building complete, the contractor fur It. F. Jasper, leaves many relatives in this and adR. E. McRobsrts V to. nishing all material, , Judge Pulaski County, Kentucky. later known that he threw "Bones." joining counties. e. 10.-OCourier-JournaNinty-second Fed-oratigood-respe- cted .1two-rin- g e . FrheWomans Club What Will Yon Do? 4 Take the Best or the Next Best. IF THE BEST THEN GLEN LILY. NOT BLEACHED, NOT BLENDED, PURE and CLEAN. Unless you will try it we can't convince you. H YOUR GLASSES. I Who Fits Your Glasses? I patronize the Jeweler, the Peddler I the I I i I I BETTER SEE SIMPSON I ! I I ! J. A. SIMPSON, I Manufacturing I f Do you or (!) Medical Man? Why not consult some one who knows enough about glastes to make ajlving out of the optical business? If a man can't make a living out of his regular business, what do you expect him to ' know about your eyes? We have all modern appliances for examining eyes for glasses We use modern methods. No Drugs. We m ake the glsas In our own shop snd guarantee satisfaction. We do nothing but exsmine eyes and make glasses. No aids lines. Optometrist and Optician. (!) 213-21- 4 Fayette Natl Bank Bldg. LEXINGTON. KY. sfs r' s x?a' a rmpassHi SBsasss Tt, I.,,.- - ,n,i .ml r the one looked forward to and 3 later cherished, is not the one that cumes on a cheap, muddy sheet; not the one that begins with an apology for the paper This is why l I S whe wish their letters and use to present a good apvarance, demand HIGHLAND LINEN. If you hive never used this paper, a treat is in store for you. Its smooth, inviting linen surface Is conducive to good penmanship and frre M STORHES DRUG STORE m I FARM FOR ON SALE I WEDED0 JUNE 16, 1915, i at i 1 1 a. m. crops. The Stephenson farm will be sold by public out cry on the premises situated two miles north of Burgin on tho Danville and Shakertown pike, .and the Q. & C. rail road. The farm consists of 445 acres of land which lies well, is In a good state of cultivation, and is exceptionally well supplied with pure stock water, running from two unfailing springs. It is In one of the host wheat hemp and tobacco sections of Central, Ky. and will produce a splendid yield and quality of the above named The improvements consist of a beautiful seven room frame dwelling two stories, cellar and porches, furnace heated through out (built In 1U15) A large well planned stock bam, large recently built tobacco barn, nnd nil m.aitrv mi. I.i,ll.i;... i. i. . j iun anu Biiauc makes it a very attractive home. The farm In three tracts and then as a whole 115 acres with 15q acres fronting on road and railroad; 80 frontage on Danville and Shakertown pike. Terms be given on day of sale. For further Informs, B. Melson. Lexington or Q M. Ballard on the " TO Middle-broo- I' I NELSON, Agent, Lexington,-- Ky. ie Central Record, Thursday June 3 1915. Page 5 HI i i : jjV i Tested 365 Days 1 A Year, S s ft M I M 6k ft Is our ability to give you real value, 00 cents worth for every $ .00, and our efficent store service, neither of which have ever been found wanting. Our extremely large and beautiful lines of Mid Summer Merchandise are moving very fast. Buy your summer outfit before they are all picked over. We need you and ask that you put us through the daily test. 1 I ft ft n 1 I! ft Mt CORRECT APPAREL FOR WOMEN. SEE THE ANTiLE CO l D Sat-dar1- -2 1- -2 it Is were brought here Thursday for Inter Miss Jane Bell of Nlcholasvllle A GOOD CAR. ment In the Lancaster cemetery. The with Lancaster friends. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, ot Miss Mr. John S. Baughman, of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. John Hunter of Crab ('e"a!dw" a KaV. In Lancaster Sallie T,ll,tt ar'd Mr. Malcolm Tillett. was In the city Wednesday demonstratOrchard were visitors Mrs. Alex C. Dunn, a native and ing the good qualities of the Hercules Monday, which he now has the agency. If you want a house built see A. II. Montgomery was in Dan- - l;"'dent f Lancaster for many years, car, for Miss Edith ,n Danville last It looks like a winner and at the price Bastin & Son. and A Brief Mm ion of the Corning Mrs. E. D. dlc1d al hr nme Ville the past week visiting urdav- - 1,ucn "Vmpathy is .extended for which It is offered, he should place c uoir.gi iy inou ni atc ;mcrwtu in. her daughters Mesdames Sims of Dan-M- r. several in this county. Pot flowers of all kinds for sale at. and Mrs. E. L. Tudor of Madison ville and McMurrey of Indianapolis In Miss Mattie Estes. county have been vlilting Mrs. A. F. their great bereavement. STANLEY SPEAKS Mrs. W. Ross Ilastin Is recuperating Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vanarsdale after a three weeks Illness. To Good Crowd At Bryantsville. perclTjvIoney-- 5 5 per d. Miss Mildred Beazley has been In Ashby Warren of Louisville wrs a Stanford for a visit to her aunt Mrs. and handsome children, accompanied Although it had only been advertised Mr. and Mrs. Ingram, of Harrodsburg, 5 Years 5 recent visitor of Lancaster relatives. Wm Hays. motored through our city last Sunday for two days, Mr. A. O. SCanley spoke Loans made on real estate. If you, Mr. Thad N. Atdridge' of Stanford, to a large and enthusiastic audience at Mrs. J. II. Hamilton of Paint Lick afternoon. These delightful neonle are need cheaper money on long time, see was a pleasant visitor here Saturday. lway welcome guests here aud their Brvantsville Wednesday afternoon. It has been with Mrs. F. W Montgomery me about it. irienus were sorry meir slay was so Is now conceded that he will carry GarMrs. John M. Mount and little ton for a visit. G. B. Swinebroad, rard county by an overwhelming ma hort. are at home from a stay in Danville. Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. J. B. Bourr.e and daughter Miss jority. H" was ably introduced by The following social affairs have been Miss Jennie Duncan is in Stanford Virginia were in Danville shopping on Mr. Robert Dunn of Danville. given Xlrs. C. C, Brown a popular visiting her sitter Mrs. Charlotte War- Saturday. TO MAMMOTH CAVE. ren, Louisvillian. Last Friday Mrs. W. R. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ballard of Cook POPULAR MATRON" ILL. entertained for luncheon for Mrs. Wednesday, June 16. Miss Ilillie.Wilkerton is in Stanford Cartersvllle visited P.. L. llagan and A personally Brown and Miss Robertson of visiting her cousin Miss Gertrude tour. Round trip The friends of Mrs. Lena Rigney conducted family Sunday. Mrs. Maltle Duncan was Burnside, were shocked last Saturday railroad fare from Lancaster, $5.65. N Mrs. Bettle Duerson of Richmond hostess on Saturday at a most inviting evening, when they heard that she was Rooms reserved at Cave Hotel includMrs. J. C. Robinson was the gracious course dinner, the honor guest being seriously ill. She had been sick for a ing board and trips in the Cave for hostess on Friday to a 12 o'clock' course visited her brother R. L. Hagan the Mrs. C. C. Brown. Mrs. Robert T. last of the week. dinner. weeK, but it was only thought to be a $6.50 making the total cost $12J6. Embry entertained at a handsome re- slight indisposition and when it was Special coach on regular train 5.00 a. Miss Elizabeth Ford returned WedMiss Allie Yantis is at home after a ception on Monday afternoon at her m. Free band concert on Echo river. visit to Mrs- - E. W. Pope in Boyle nesday for the vacation from Sayre home in Hill Court, the honoree befng found that an operation was necessary to save her life, the surprise and shock Write or phone L. & N. Agent. College, Lexington. county. Mrs. C. C. Brown. Tuesday Mrs. J. was indeed great. t. Miss Gibson of Richmond Is the quest Mrs. L. N. Miller entertained the B. Kinnaird served a most inviting dinAfter a successful operation Satur of Mrs. M. L. Caneer and Professor Circle Girls Thursday afternoon from ner for Mrs. Brown. On Wednesday day night, her friends are hopeful of Canter. three to five o clock. morning she was honored by an elaborBIDS WANTED. her entire recovery. No one has more Miss Ida i'otts of Virginia is here for Miss Emma Secrest of Georgetown, ate luncheon at the home of Misses friends than Mrs,. Burnside and it will Sealed bids will be received upon the a visit to her sister. Mrs. Wednesday be gratifying to them to know that she Davis was the recent attractive guest of Martha and Helen Gill. alterations and addition to the Garrard I'rather. afternoon the members of the Presby- is now improving daily. Miss Virginia Bourne. County Court House, Lancaster Ky, on terian Missionary Society were invited Jesse Ilendren returned Monday for or before June 2nd 1915 at 1 p. m., at Mrs. Ethel West Uarnold is at home to meet Mrs. Brown at the home of the vacation from a medical college in the County Judges oflice at Lancaster, for the summei months from the D. & Mrs. Frank B. MarKsbury. Thursday Tennessee. according to plans and specifications D. School In Indianapolis. morning Misses Jane and Mary Doty Mr. and Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson prepared by Weber, Werner & Adkins, (By Wm. F. Miller.) Dr. J. B. Hannah of Cincinnati will were hostesses at an enjoyable luncheon have returned home after a winters of Cincinnati Ohio. Plans can be seen C. C. Brown, arrive and be the guest for theweek of the honoree bei,,K sojourn in the south. Mondav Eveninc. two of the seniors at the County Judges office in LancasFriday Mrs. Ed C. Gaines entertained his sister, Mrs. J. W. Beagle. ter or at the office of Architects. at a noon day dinner in honor of Mrs. will be in the Declamatory Contest. Miss Jessie Woodson has returned to Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Clark and Gladys Brown. her home in Nlcholasvllle after a visit Thursday nlcht. will be the address Owners reserve the right to reject any Stone of Danville were recent guests to Mrs. E. L. Owsley. given the Seniors and awarding of or all bids. of Mr. and Mf s. F. W. Montgomery. Diplomas. Mr. Wm Goodloe of Paris was here ANDERSON-BUSH- . Miss Nannie Goodloe, of Talladego, The baccalaureate sermon will be last week to see his cousins Mrs. D. M. Ala., arrived bundav for a short stav "Mr. Gilbert Christian Anderson an delivered Sunday morning at 11 o'clock OIL, OIL, ATTENTION Lackey and daughter. wun ner uromer, air. uciave uooaioe, nounces the approaching marriage of school Auditorium. Miss Julia Iliggins has returned to Little Miss Christine Cox will be th his daughter, Mary Arthur, to Mr. FARMERS. The final examination wjll begin toher home in Richmond after a visit to ring bearer at the wedding of her Wade Hampton Rush of St. Louis. morrow Friday in the various rooms, Mrs. S. G. Haselden. I can save you money, can fill your uncle, Mr. Wade Bush to Miss Ander The ceremony will be said on June und will be given several days for this barrel, or sell you an A. No. 1, , 1915, at Gable Villa, near LeGrange, Mrs. It. E. McRoberts will go to son. jork.. steel barrel with faucet, 50 gallon In the above announcement there Richmond this week for a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Estes and daugh Several of the Seniors were out of capacity, at a'low figure, and fill same is the deplorable fact that tho mar Dr. and Mrs. Vaught. ter, Miss Elizabeth Estes, of Richmond we with the best oil at low prices, saving riage of Miss Anderson will take her school he first of the week, but Miss Bessie Dudley and Mrs. John were the guest of Miss Mattie Estes away from 'Jackson for her future are glad to state all Ure well and back you from $1 to $2. Wagers of Richmond are guests of Mr. Sunday. If you cannot make' arrangements home. She is so prominent in the again. and Mis. Ilerndon Dudley. The Senior Reception will be given through your merchant, call or phone iieverenu uarnes ot Lexington was active club life of the city, literary, Mr. and Mrs. G. M, Lyons and daugh- here and conducted the B. Y. P. U, musical and social, so affable, capaon the school campus Friday night, fol standard Oil, Agent, ter Miss Hazel Lyons motored to Frank- Convention at the Baptist church from ble and dependable that she has grown lowing, which the Seniors will en J. W. Sweeney, Phone 152. Lancaster, Ky. Saturday until Monday, fort for ii visit to relatives. to be considered a vital and indispen- - tertaln the Juniors and Sophomores. Mrs. Ethel Darnold, was a very wel Miss Katharine Harris of Stanford Is " Mr. and Mrs. J. W..Acey of Staa Bible factor and Jackson will be loathe come guest at our school last Tuesday here for a visit to her grand parents, ford motored over Sunday to spend the to give her up. FARM FOR SALE. The wedding will be celebrated in Mrs. Darnold was a member, of the Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris. day with Mrs. Acey's parents, Mr. and the old home of her maternal grand Faculty last year, and will always bo Farm containing 9(3 acres, three miles Mrs. Wm Hughes. Miss Lucy Robertson returned Mon mother Gable Villa two miles out loved by the entire school. north of Lancaster on the Lexington lay to her home In Elizabothtown atter Alexander Robinson a student of from LaUrange where Miss Anderson The public is cordially invited to at pike, well Improved with good stock a Bhort visit to Mrs. W, R. Cook. Coilege Is hero for the will go the week previous. Millersburu A most tend these exercises at the school barn and all necessary out buildings, Mesdames Mattie Route and Martha vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs, fitting setting for tbe sacred incident building. Owing to the lack of space with never failing springs and splendid George D. Robinson, Ely of Paint Lick were visitors wnicn means so mucn in her lite, as m "School Notes" we were not able to young orchard in full bearing. The her print the entire program but, will be residence contains ten rooms, with bath of Mrs. Jack Adams and daughter. Airs. u. u. .irown and little son, the old homj is endeared to through many mjmaries and U now found, in another column ot the o, li. and other modern conveniences. This Mr. and Mrs. James A. Bcazley were William, will return on Saturday to tho residence of her mother's elder Tho Seniors, will uresent their class has been mostly in grass for the past recent guesta of Mrs. Lucy Sandigennd their home In Louisville after a visit brother, Mr. Baker Jones Turner. It to Lancaster friends. Miss Liccie Ileazley at Mlllldgoville. play, tomorrow night (Friday) at the 14 years and is now readv "fcT i?rnw will be a high noon wedding charac acres in at 8 o'tlock hemp or tobacco. Sixty-fiv- e Mrs. J. S. Johnson Sr, will entertain High School Auditorium Mrs Robert Elkln .entertained the terized by simplicity and the guest tonight at a storm party, or rather nrmnntlv.. Miss Hatcher, deserves bluegrass, the balance In clover and r senior class Wednesday ufternoon from list will be limited." much credit, for her kindness shown us meadow. Tho desirable location, ferthree to six In honor of William F. Mil homo coming party, for her son and The above was taken from the tility of the soil, makes this a most daughter who Have arrived from Da- In our play. She together with Mr. ler. Jackson, Term., paper and will be of have put forth every ellort to desirable home. For further particu land Fla. interest to the" friends of tho Bush Caneer lars, apply to Duncan Ilnseldeu returned Surday make it be a success. .Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McRoberts were family. Alex West. Lancaster Kv. Mr. from a visit to his in Stanford for the Commencement 3 and Mrs. Powell Duncan in Your Children I exercises of the High school. .Watch Thev CARD OF THANKS. went over to witness the graduation of Often children do not let parents know Mrs. S. D. Turner and bright little 'they are constipated. They fear someWe wish to thank the neighbors, and their niece Miss Anne Davis McRoberts. daughter, Annie llelle, of Lexington, thing distasteful. They wifl like llexall all friends of Lancaster, and vicinity, Mr. J. C. Clarkson and little daugh Orderlies a mild Itxativo that tastes are with Mrs. Belle Austin for a Weeks for (lowers and for their help, and symlike Bugir. Sold only by us, 10 cents. visit. ter, Mrs. Margaret King of McKinuey, pathy extended us in our great sorrow. R E. MeRob.rU WHEN MOTORING Mr. and Mrs. John Woods und little Mr. Joshua Tillett and sons. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cross. Moore and daughters of Danville were daughter, of Jessamine, have been visiting Mr, and Mrs. A. C. Miles, near here for the burial of the late Mrs, GERMANY MUST GUARANTEE' ATTENTION! TRUSTEES! TO DANVILLE Bessie Clarkson. John Deere Binder hi Gossip About People N?V? ' before you buy. The lightest draft and most durable Binder made. We absolutely guarantee that you can get repairs for it. JOHN DEERE & OLIVER CULTIVATORS By Test The Best Made. Mowers nml Knk es. Plenty of Pinder Twine. J. R. Mount, Son l. & Co. A WELCOME VISITOR. where It If known. i n box of our orange soda or sparkling ginger other of our catbonated leverages. If you have not jet tried any or all of them you don't know what a fine treat Dcn't keep on you have been missing. missing It. Order a box and commence enjoying yourself. n. three-day- 's ' I Lancaster Bot tling CO. Diaw A Phone 202, Check SCHOOL NOTES. I for the money you ov e nml note how much more res fully your creditors you Tliey like to do business with n man who lins an account at the pei-- t rd Garrard Bank & Trust Go. way, Iletter They know he It doing business in a bualprsa lik opei audi an account even if your affairs arc not large. Thcv wilt grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company PAINT YOUR CAR YOURSELF Thousand No experience needed. of cur owners haw successfully repainted car with the ARSENAL SYSTEM. All colors. Enamel JAVti J. IU Try OurMohair Top Dressing 3 1 itai Your Own Lamps With Liquid Gun Metal. Lustre undimmrd STORMES by heat, stays on. Lancaster, Ky. DRUG STORE, I I Ik THE QUEEN grand-parent- s its OF THE Kitchen will tell you that it Is just as essential to have GOOD Coal as it is to have good things to cook with in preparing a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of good coal at a fair price. Buckeye. Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g Go We give Automobile Tickets on every $1 . worth Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph was the guest last week at the beautitul home of Mm. Emma Daniels o n the Crab Orchard pike. Mesdame Pool Perkins, Archldeen Bradshaw and Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Ham ilton, were guests of Mrs Emma Daniels last Sunday, Mr, Allen Johnson, and eitter. Mist Florence Johnson, who have been attending Stetson University at Deland, Florida, are expected home today, much to the gradiflcatlon ' of their friends. Miss Nannie B. Herring entertained LIVES OF NEUTRALS. Misses Margurlte and Sue Sampson of Harrodsburg and Messrs Robert, Fred Germany must guarantee the safety and Miss Edith Watklns, of May wood of neutrals at sea In prompt fashion Ky,, at a house party at her beautiful according to the decision reached Tues home this week. day by president Wilson and his Cabi net. If this question Is satisfactorily Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zumvoidie, Mr. answered the United States will then Richard Strong and Miss Georgia be ready to discuss the features con pleasStrong, of Cincinnati, have been cerning the Lusitania case through ant guests of Misses Martha und Helen diplomatic channels. The note announc GUI. They returned by automobile last ing this Government's stand will be Monday morning. Wilson personalby TEACHERS! On Saturday June 5th Is the day all of the rural teachers are employed and all teacheii and trustees have been notified to meet at the office of the County Superintendent to sign up contracts. This is important business, owing to a decision by the Board to have u divided term this year, live months in the fall auj three months In the spring, und it is very necessary for every trustee and teacher to be present at 10:00 A. M. on that day. Miss Jennie Iliggins, Supt. Stop at SHOP-PERFEC- T and refresh yourself at our Soda Parlor. Shop Danville, - 'iPorfoct Incorporated Kentucky. The remains of Mrs, Bessie Clarkson who died at her home in McKinney President ly and probably be transmitted to Berlin before the end of the week. prepared w Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday June 3, 1915. SELECTION OF BREEDING SOW Animal Should Be Pick of Litter and Possess Advantages of Oood Only One Entirely Satisfactory. Breeding Other Points. ' Now Is the best time to select your breeding sow from tbo early spring litters. In selecting, her there are icvcral points to be kept in view. 8he should be the pick of the Utter, should hare the advantages of good breeding, not necessarily of pure breeding. She should haTO a full complement of teats, say twelve to fourteen, else she wilt bo unable to suckle a big farrow. The little one which has not a teat to himself soon dies'. Bhe should be a kind feeder, hot fastidious Id ber appetite, and she should possess a happy disposition, for a bad temper leads to the destruction of many little ones. She should be kept growing, but not too fat, and bred at and dlatr-hoe- a jo tunin os joj pu)S l.upinox it remedies, but the only one that pun st pas auo qiJjajjns JliretQ nusijtd has given me entire satisfaction and cured me when I was aflllcted is Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea suinnuqiucstiqj pupunq Jnoi usq) Remedv, I recommend it to my friends 0JOU1 pUS S4SOJ 0 tWJIA umouh at all time," writes S. N. Galloway, pajptmq )qS4 Amu 04 b ejaqj, iunaiq)urXji)o pur sssou Stewart S. C. For sale by all dealers. Minbar qdpnlI 'no)iiiaiJ "I have tried various cille ati SQUIRRELEWlNE Squirrel Petlvlne Is the best bred horse In Kentucky. Ills brcetl Penvlne, Denmark, Stone Wall, Dlnck Dnvc, cross of Outline and Old Pnt Denmark. He will moke the senton of 19J5 nt my barn one mile South of Duckcyc on the Buckeye and Lancaster pike nt Logans Chapbl Ever) body Is rejoicing over tht good rains. Attend the J. J, Thompson Sale, Thursday June 10th. The farmers are busy setting tobacco and report quite a sesreity of plants. Mr. John S. f.edford is visiting his sister, Mrs. John Henstev, of Harlan. Flies. Flies, Flies See A. II. ISastin fc Son for window, door and porch screening. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tudor, visited their daughter, Mrs. Wilbur Stapp of Valley View recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Warmolh and children visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Warmoth of Stanford. Miss Minnie Richasun hss returned to her home in Irvine after a pleasant visit to her aunt, Mrs. George tVilson. Mr. Hume Wilson of Slate University Lexington was home for a few days visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Wilson. Miss Maud Wilson is home i op pmoqs jtom sjjqjo SaIt Xliutjsuoi i q sluiqi aqi sop tuopps Usui oShjjas Squirrel Peavine Ii n solid black, 10 hands hltfhnnd has ns much aq) mil pj.U4iqo eiq Xsm no.i style as Old Rex Pcavlne and can do just as much If handled n little. 'S3ApV 0 J9SIUH SIUUUOQ Ho has never been handled as a show horse but has won n good many ties. I will nlsn stand a three year old Percheou horse nt $8.00 to inXqjsdaiXs jo s.sq eppjp spu?ij sjq )tp H os 1 siop sure a living colt. Also at the same time and place will stand THREE GOOD JACKS at Xpuu Mwqa otann PI" ,.'Jlssiq )t $10.00 To Insure a Living Colt. ,UItIldUl.(S oj s)S jsp Usui v., puM JSJOM liwauso 3.00 for horses mule and $10. for mare mule. Lien retained on all cotts for season fee. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Phone 333-G- . about flro months old. DETERMINE AGE OF CATTLE CHIEF NAPOLEON, NO. 5107. Fairly Accurst Idea May Bs Had by Observing Testh Tims of Appearance of Incisors. jmb i.uop eq ojp jajoaoS t.sq uiq p0) iopop ep osnvseq duis 'ujqa spun PI"' ,,'pjnuojM rsq eq Moq inoq. ,n33vjq asas eas o sdivq i uoiiiouojau jo puj jooj n0 ooa tuaij spuj) is it 'pJliqiqoiil s uoaires joj Suj qU jau qq. aajjnp 'uosws oiop ajaqj pueSu;j u jo.iy 0uqsj on man ... nunijp T. O- - HILL, Buckeye, 1 Ky. i i "About five years ago I began taking Chambertain's Tablets after sutfer-in- g from indigestion and constipation for years without finding an thing to relieve me. Chamberlain's TnMets helped me at once and by using them much. for several weeks I was cured of the complaint." writes Mrs. Mary E. Kentucky's finest SaddleJSlallion will Unpardonable Luxury. Pnelps N. Y. For sale by all High priced feeds make scrub stock make the season at my stable, one an unpardonable luxury on any farm. dealers. mile East of McCrearv and six miles Children Need 8peclal Attention. East of Lancaster at the very low price MT. HEBRON That special medical attention should be given 0 children In the four of uve eariy jvafB ueiure scuuui utr Mrs. J. U. Dean is on the sick list at gins Is asserted by Dr. David Forsyth, $10. to Insure a Living Colt an English physician, whose views are this writing. He is a rich chestnut in color, about published tn a bufletla Just issued by Attend the J. J. Thompson sale, Iff hands high and weighs about 1,200 tbe united StatQJLRUroau or education. Thursday June 10th. Doctor Forsyth declares that medical New Firm, new lumber, new prices. pounds, with fine mane and tail and Inspection of elementary schoof chil A. H. Baitin & Son. dren points to a, jviaespreaa pnysicai plenty of bone and substance, with lots deterioration during the Mr. Jas. Mavfield of Jessamine is first four or of natural styte. He has racked quarters in forty seconds and stepped just five years of life, which leaves the with friends here for a few days stay. Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Rains of Coy He is bred in the purple, being by majority of children, with serious but as fast in harness, both in trot and pace. preventable deleft.. were with her parents Mr. and Mrs. the great Uorsey Gold Dust, 12052. He is a full brother to Estelle, by Zicalda J no Hamm Sunday. Gold Dust, 4400. he by Gold Dust 150, he by Vermont Morgan, he .by Justin 'Mrs. L. E. Speaks and children are Work Is Harmless. Morgan, he by old Comet Morgan. 1st dam Peavine 85, by Voung Daimond, he Work never hurt anyone If It was visiting Messrs James and Robert by Diamond Denmark, he bv Washington Denmark. He has proven himself a only broad enough and deep enough In Speaks near Lancaster. champion breeder and has shown some of of the best colts in Central Kentucky its claims on human nature. Our exMr. and Mrs. J, A. Clark of Boyle tremely long lived men have always guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. ranging in price from $125.00 to $150.00 as weanlings. His books are filling fast were been hard workers. Pope Leo XIII, Grow the Saturday night and Sunday. 'Visitors are welcome at all times. who died at ninety-three- ; Humboldt, Mis and Mrs. D. M. Montgomery ai d Gladstone and I retain a lien on all colts until season money is paid. Mare transferred who died at ninety-two- ; are examVIrcbow, or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance and must be paid at once. Hare taken to ples in ouroctogenarians, any wonder little grandson, Robert Lee of Bryants-vil- l time. Is It spent last week with relatives in prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur, l'hone 3C4-that a physician gets impatient when this locality. people talk about the men and women Mr. and Mrs- - Felix Lane of Judson generation doing so much that they are exhausting vitality T Tbe and Miss Mary Lee Lane of Lancaster were th guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. trouble Is they do not do enough. Stone Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Duncan attended Taking Care of Sewing Machine. steady preaching at this place Sunday and After every two days of while thtre bis horse in some unknown Horses, Jacks and Jennets for sale at all times. work oil the machine thoroughly, but be careful to wipe away all the super- way got Its leg broke. fluous oil. Run the machine rapidly, Mr. S. N. Morford and family but steadily, without any thread, for formerly of this place but now of JesORGANIZED 1883. five minutes after oiling. This will samine were with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. cause tbe oil to scatter, and the su- Sherrow and fimily Sunday. perfluous drops can be wiped away and Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Ray and baby none left to stain the material on Lavina Farris of Heasant Hill were ti e OF LANCASTER. KY. which you are working. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Speed Rains Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. J. B.i Bourne and daughters of B. F. HUDSON. President J. J. WALKER. Vice Prest. Inconsistent. (formerly merchant ot One thing we have noticed Is that McCreary, Jog J. Walker, Jr.. W. 0. P.icney, Ass't Cash'r. the mother who likes to talk to tbe Bourne) weie mingling with old friends W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. neighbors about tbe unfolding of hei here Sunday and were entertained al child's soul doesn't attend to his nose dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Job Marsee. is the very backbone of everv very well. Columbus (O.) Journal. successful business. We regard your coRev. J' I. Wills of Beuttyville fulfil-le- d operation as a necessaiy factor in our success. his appointment here Sunday mornWe hope you speak a good word for us if we give you good Bervice. ing and evening, to a large and attenyou find our service lacking in any respect, you will confer a favor If tive audience, his sermons were full of upon us by telling US. It is our business and our pleasure to imthe old time religion. He told it in a prove our system wherever we find a weak spot. simple and impressive way, and our wishes for him are for many years yet Hi of service for the Lord. The calf when born has two pair of incisors, the other two pair appear during the first month. When a calf is eighteen months old. It loses tbe middle pair of milk incisors, and grows a permanent pair. The next pair, one on each side, is replaced at twenty-sevemonths of age, the third months, the fourth pair at thirty-etmonths. Queen! by Senator Beck 2449, by Daniel Boone M5G. I consider this or outalde pair, at forty-fivThe time of appearance of these Inbest young Jack I ever owned. He is 15 hands high, black with cisors varies within rather narrow the limits, so that we are able to tell the white points. I will also stand another fine Jack. age of young cattle fairly accurately. The calf also has a temporary set of molars, which are later replaced for Mare Mule. with permanent ones, but they are not for Horse Mule and At considered In estitnatlug the age of He is 15H hands high, black with white points and n fine indi tho animal. vidual. He was sired by John Morgan 2705 (T. O. Hill's champion JaciO Too Little Machinery. dam Nannie B. 2653, by Old Beecher, the greatest breeding Jack of his On some farms there is too little time. machinery and horse power used to cultivate the land properly and save human labor. On others there is too n e at S1O.00 This royal bred Jack will make the season nt my e living colt, $20.00 for Jennet colt or $40.00 for Jack colt. to insure a v Chief Napoleon is by Hill Napoleon. 3rd, No. 370G, 1st dam Ky's Dest2G54, by John Morgan. Sr., 1954. 2nd dam Joe Blackburn by Daisy, 1215. Hill Napoleon 3rd. by Bnughman Napoleon, 2nd, he by Napoleon 170G. he by old Nnpolecn. 143G. Hill Napoleon dam Missouri 9 jtipjni8 iepuoif Tn Chester Dare will make the season at my place mile from Dryantsville on the pike, Lex-Ingt- at the low price of BEECHER MORGAN $9.00 joj Joop jaq opS)no sauin jo jjoi o oiu i sjnu oj.esnoq eiaouiimis for the U03 jood eqj nqjsnp 0)U asnjaj vacation from. Hazard, Ky., High ujqoiin jaq Su.ojqt jo peaisut eStqjtQ Doq Schjol where she attended the past school term. ilio oqi jo sSop Sauapus.K eui $10. To Insure a Living Colt. l!3I jo503 $6.00 Indigestion and Constipation. Chester Dare is a solid bay, 10 hands high, nice long rangy neck ..JPII JJS3ai :pvs tuoojxjpijq with more style than any horse I ever owned. He Is by Old Chester a. s,9isu eqi Mjjata itnq aqi 0) auiu0,t 'xvj Dare. 1st dam by Grnnby, Record 2:19'.. he by Princeps. au)BM aqj o) J no paddajs Jvd jtdditq Also at the same tijne and place will stand my 0 year old Jack. aqi 'jaisjai e3tjjvm aqi pauSjs pu s.oa Jq pJ3)i!fa4 8u.k eiaqM pnoio uoouXauoH BLACK JIM, Dorsey Gold Dust, Jr. ssaiasn Xpuanb asaoa oit s)Sd oqt U paddojp avq UJjqjajq aqi jo eoios qaq suounq jasnoj) aqi 3(JJV jo saSViva aqi joj s Xvpoi dn 3(oo) a qoq uopoai 103 aqi ()Jnd oqi mojj) J0)sj --- tn Black Jim is by Old Napoleon with good broad bone, good head and ear and has proven a good breeder Lien will be retained on all 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. at f8.00 for living horse mule and $10.00 for living mare mule. ejno pue epaau )dinon eq uaq. 3uaaj sqs 'al)oq etnss aq) lnoqv )snf mojj n:oi u)3j)xa jo osodJnd sq sasnpojd o; aqi joj udjiq uaqa 8ua) saauaiiadxa uiui ji suopsrsuag v asn oi aiqmiqi jnoqia piajqi R. Phone S3-- R. n. MOSS, Bryantsvllle, Kyf BLEUCHER Half Brother to Lula Watts 46158. ni Joj )anq oj stq aq Saiqi.tas )us. uitnoji v uaq )nq s ) ajaq isnf mq Ha) uaqs pue iq o) a"3 1 asnoq aj aqi ui SuiqiXu r)aM. eq jaAauaq s ssq usm alviavipt suo sBijutApy t,usM ixj )Ojjaa ssajj Itecord 229J. Trial S:Mf. (2) 2:271. 1000. i3 Jtr lq Trotter. Urown Stallion, about 1& hands, foaled Standard Kegistered Vol 18. .... Slltat Breot l;s :KU Ktcorti Hlr.ol Blllgr Burk I 1:o;it. U4T l:IO.rtc Brook Brook 10 no tpro o) Xj) pan naqjoop aq) 3uJ ax.lt ),usaop aqs )vq) 8doad U)ja3 uaq am) amts aq) ) ) jo )no pus asnoq aq) u eq tm eqs )qi a3)ou jqa n.uwa aqg U WD ' qq0 SJK paddeus M'am) amis aq) u aq ).u3 usmojt. y ) saod omi O.rk Nlihl S4. Sir of SI. lite Hint Hrlchlllihl f to o tm swT'. M..low JmnrClir Z.rrln .V Btltbrook Kratn. Moko 811. l;t";. Il.lt- WUi Val..lm.S-ie- J Orrat brood m.r ( N'orwmKt Jklsron. (II. 1:1 J sir oi . a.m. ores. oona.T UrStKlmo (Irral Urowl M.r. ( ll.rrj Clay (Ll.tnv:. I Hlr ot l.darnr ol M. r. By Norwood York Bll in. paoj u tin: Walker Bradshaw, - r S)iua utsw u 3 W S3 Cl.To., .... Dim o( UI. Bl.uch.r Jv(. f.r.Si tr. :IT; oat ol s h.ll Ui.r to fll.nl Brook McCREARY, - KENTUCKY. 'painoqs aq 'JaaaqAl ,us nanu 'jsq) dn no.. aoqpntu jo )no uoK. aq) aund ) paitiiq santu sq uaq. pajaqmamaj pat Srariial 1 aaq pcq 'usaassauaax )s3 trs 'jaxapaug uif Xta eq) 110,1 Saaaa jjjo. MnoX oaino aq H3t p,t Xp qisq qvg oq s.pjo'i aq) l.utv.n ) j ,u hx S4H. ''no Kail,. Bl 111 ill Uti.f. lUtr Silk rflTI Urtnrlra fai N. Ill 3.V". tie. Wllk.i Ailikt U0..1I: Sir ot Carl VilkraltI B.ur Cia Hall Slaur to Sll.nl JanOyClay. My llarr. Clay 11. Brook t MH. Clay I Dam olSttfttt Brook and Lilly Clay tarn S 14 ol Hrtuda B.roa Wllkr. IT. 1 ;!. Klrotl Io3:l0,.ic. Quraa Flh.l. By siratbmort Ida. Para o( Bump. tli. I ll:l:. ot rrn.ilH. Iletldl S:.!j..i. Clay as Citizens National Bank Surplus $45,000. Capital $50,000. pusq aq) io,i uo)snon 'i jaq) asn Xaq) )q) ajns aq pus ajout pusq j(q uajpoqa Jaq) 8iBJ o) )qSno siuajvj aauio3 mopsui no o) auip oj. )qi pusqinq emos Pino eq pno uos eq) pom 'ijasap pno auiooaq )0p aq) iuo )ql ej 'auioq jajqilnvp o) dn MoaS pjno jo. w Ja))aq aja ejaq) j ) (3T siuajtd ejMM U )qJ ft 'otu op ),ao oq )sq) om qi ipaajj os mm 8Aq O) s op o) )ue 'snoojs U jtaaom sq dn I t"IAV sa) XnvaoSB330 oq. 'a3ueiusnb3n .."noX joj jno p3daj ')q) mouji i oq puajj Jno.( 3UqXa op ),upno o) 3aqiXa ikfnaMnt nn..iiMt ntAM. S'I Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, :z'cx.iu,t'Tt Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry WDCum, Bukm, Kr.,wi "Ox UN CHiCftm Mrs. Jay McOee.ot Steph-enville, Tcxsj. writes: "For nine (9j ye:::. I sullcred with I womanly trcuile. had ter- 1 eq j UDa.. m 8tt ..ioqinaiB sq o) snoiu os B13M. V4 Novel Choir Strike. PI8 at Oebesee, In Tburlngla, Mfg. doo Roc 4.11-4- 4 diwd .Waik. Laid a t.pia IM Want IM MM1N UM CBKK I MUUJ. i III IM MSI PfnCDUTt HN tf tf UMU. Gairssttta by J. BssL Crime, BwbtowB, Ky. tad OLD BV t Pri59ctll0rnttUU. M rible headaches, and pains In I my back, etc. It teemed as U "i I wnntH die. I suffered so. At last, I decided ta try Cardul, the woman's tonfe, and It helped me n;ht away. The via ruu treatment not oniy ucipcu me, but It cured me." year. The authorltleatopped tbe beer and tbe choir Immediately went on strike. The congregation complained. The town clerk and the church authorities met, and as a result It was deblded to give the choir Its 400 bottles ot beer. Beet Cure for Nerves. Tbe very best cure for a case of nerves Is to keep busy. If you cannot find any work of your own, help some friend who has more to do than she can possibly accomplish. Be really Interested la everything you do and do It with all your might. You never heard of a washwoman being nervous. Nervous women are sure to have wrinkles and you will never get rid of them until you get better control of your nerves. Exchange. For An Impaired Appetite. To Improve tne appetite and strength en the digestion try a few doses of Mr. J. H. Chamberlain's Tablets. Seits, of Detroit. Mich., says: "They restored my appetite wbtn Impaired, relieved me of a bloated feeling and caused a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowels." For sale by all dealers. A curious choir strike has occurred Germany. By an old custom tbe town supplied the 400 bottles of beer every choir with i8 Mil PI noX ojb a3miiunb3 Jno Xpuajj Xq.v Silent lirook 19769. 2:1CJ. sire of Hilly Uurk 'JOTJ. Meadow llrook Hetty llrook 2:09, Kmma llrook Shawbay 2:071. Zarrine Lady Itcllbrook 2:10, llutter llrook 2:101 Silent Brigade (2) 2:101. Margaret Ilathgate (4)2:11. etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:071, etc. His dam, JennyClay, also produced fteddie Clay 2:25., and was grandam of I'rue 2:21). (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Ilrenda Moko 24 IS7, sire of Fereno (Futurity winner) (S) Native Utile (2) 2:071 (Futurity Yorke (3) filly, ) Manrlco (3) 2:071 (Futurity winwinner.) (3) 2:061 (chsmpion Susie N. (3) 2:091 (Futurity winner.) Comoko 2:10, ner.) Silver Silk (4) Mobe 2:101, Mochester 2:10, Momaster 2:11. Siliko )3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2K)1 (champion trotting stallion,) Vlto (4) Martha Tipton (4) 2:091. O'N'eil (3) 2:131. etc. Ilrother to Bumps 2:031, Baron I'. 2:10. etc. Illeucher 46158, record 2291, trial mile 2:14, naif in IM, last quarter in He 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and Is out of Clayo, by the great Futurity sire Moko. may ex Foreign demand has exhausted the supply and w pect better prices for our horses in the future. Our advice to mare owners is to breed their mares and to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth as sires. Bleucher is just the type to produce the colts that will supply the demand. His colts have proven tine, with nice head and neck and plenty of bone and conformation. This great trotting stallion win maxe me season or. rjio at my stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, Bt 2.-0J 2S. m "0 $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. Lancaster, Ky. eSavqoxa 'sinoi au) Xjjnq jno nt 8uUJnq poj) jo )q oqi u 'mis )us)JOdm ojoui )nq 3udoai( 'V03 aq) aajqavaJ Xiajaui )ou s aj U I will also stand this beautiful Shet ssassns ..tqailii H3JO) U qiM )sju u auivs oq auo oq) joj sum. qicaj season of 1915 at uaA8 land Stallion for the tajnst aq) pus q3JO) pa)q8 ctih )JS)s oq) ) train 1(3113 s)sa) XUO my stable in Lancaster, Ky., at aq) 1ou ojo osurunpua pas paods qaq ui 83U )ooj psq exaajo aqi $10.00 To Injure A Living Colt. ssaoons Barlowe t TAKE THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Copfrol Cardui U Tin Woman's Tonic Cardui hlps women In tint of greatest need, because it contains ingredients which act ipccilically, yet gently, oa the weakened womanly organs. So, if you feel discouraged, unable to blue, do your household work, on account olyour condition, stop orrylng and give Cardui a trial. It has helped thousands c-l women, why not you? E-- 71 Try Cardui. $50,000. a Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. L. GlLL, A. R JENNY, President J. 8T0RMES. Vice Pres't R. T SMBBir, I am prepared to take care of mares an)aas aax ?4adi 0) oe 'uo)iA)oai Xjo) on grass at lOcts per day. Lien re niMtin sisaaans isodxs jo asaassaJSJadns uo)j3uo3 sq 'msimrido siii nos tained on colts for service fee. jad snoiuq uaq esnnaa q Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care, taken to prevent jo asodjnd 8ii etuot Joj (sn jo) jas mq auajntq S aq )q) sa.O) jadsq a:cidents but not responsible should any occur. 0) smaas aoiq)amos 'sn o) msoiido esej sq jo Jliei o) ,.)no Jiasmiq sX saoiwfojd eq) uo s)ods Jai pus saxa snoq 8iqea3)oa qi usa uaqt VludQ snoma MJ-- uo W. B. BURTON, Ass't Cashier. J. Phone95. but that be promptly relieved by taking Indigestion and the feeling which always, goes with Lancaster. Ky. Safety Bamual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For .Rent. There Is" No Quettloi? ! distressed' it can BUSINESS. The Central Record 1000 Pony Coupons given with every subscription, New or Old. Stonne. D. Cochran. S. C. Denny, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Director!. beforo and alter each meL 2taaboip a E. MsRobsrts e Central Record, Thursday June 3 1915. PRIMROSE AND Page 7 PURPLE MtHIMHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIt (If "IT WAS MY FAULT J By ANNE 1)15. Dy DOROTHY D0UQLA8 PAGE. N.wtpa-Pe- r , HHHS!38EBIS83HHW (Copyright, 115. by tha Mcl'lur N'ewapa- - (Copyrlsht, Hyndlcatn.) I ! tlttMIIHHMMIHIIHr by the McClura per Hyndlcate.) RED LETTER EVENTS OF THE TIio ICItnl You Havo Atwnj-- llongltt, nnd which Imi been in mo for over HO year, liu liortio tliu Kltrnntnro of . "l ! Iipcii nmtlo iimlcr 111 per- H"'ml ""PfnlMon Mmo Km Infancy. Allow no ono to (lerc'lvo you In till. AH Counterfeit, Imllntloim iiikI ".Ihn-h-j;m(- 1 ' nro but i:tHrlnii-uttli it tr ,o with nnil emliimrrr dm of lufmils nail Cliiiurrii-I2x;icrlot- ico iialnt Kspurluiout. Ot07trfj., f7S. CnMnrta U n, liarinli'NH KiiliMtltulo for Cnol'or Oil, rnrtf Kuril-- , Hr.iiH mid Soutlilnir Syrup. It l.t tilcaxant. It oiit.iln n.itlicr 0iluui, .Morplilno Jior iiIIkt 'nreotlo SiiUttancc. IN njfi Is It Kiinnmloc. U !!).( roj AVorm . mid nllajs I'ur liuiro than thirty yrnra It Itm licon In constant into for tlio relief of CoiiNtltmtlon, 1 lnliilciHy, Wln.l fn'lr, nil Tcrtlilni; Troubles and Dlarriio a. If rot;iil..tc tho Stomach ami iixliiiiliitcH tin. l ooil, bUIikt healthy unit naturallluu., sleep. Uio Chllilri-nI'anacoa Tho Mother's l'rlcml. IVwi-Miiiiw- iat is CASTORIA GENUINE 3 CASTORIA Dears the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought If You Need a Cultivator, get our prices before you buy. We can save you money. Suddenlr they had separated; ho to ro to town to lire, ahe to her tor's house. For the pair had a mar-tr'- a rted daughter their only child and an Infant grandson, Nobody acemcd to havo an Idea of what the troublo was; everyono In the community wanted to know, for Mr. and Mrs. Sefton had been popular In tho llttlo social circle for years. Tho beautiful homo of tho Seftons was for rent, and summer vacation Ists wero looking at It every day with a prospect of renting It. Mrs. Sefton spent every moment of her grandson's waking hours with blm. Sho took him out Into tho parks; sho sowed for him and romped and played with htm as If she had been 20 years younger. Mother and daughter had never discussed the separation since tho first In flowers. If possible. I know womday that. Mrs. Sefton camo there; and en In both sets through whom, I am then the explanation had been brief. confident, t can get contracts to supknew nothing. Hut sho was a ply all tho purple and prlmroso and loyal, loving daughter, and sho know yellow flowers that nro to be used. that whatever had been the troublo I think we can market all we can her mother could havo done, no great ralso of tho flowers that exactly carry .wrong, out tho color scheme of tho .clubs. "You nro utterly spoiling Peter and Don't you ico It, mother?" me," Leila said to her mother one "Ob, I do I do see It, dear daugh- day when ahe had returned from ai ter. It Is a wonderful conception, and afternoon spent under the trees with I bcllovo you and 1 together, with the Peter. help of good old Joe Fisher, whoeo "I I mjist spoil someone, dear,' very hands seem to caress the flowers tho mother answered. A woman plants, can make it a success." ho can't spoil and pet a human being for Polly msdo practical and definite 30 years and then find herself plans for her business venture, and of anything to Indulge. as spring approached sho and her You're young, and may not under mother and tho old day gardener who stand how long 30 years Is, daughter, had worked with them for years, cul"Perhaps, not, mother," said Leila. tivated every available spot tu tho "And don't think I'm seriously object' grounds. They made room among ing to tho spoiling. I love It. U s won the rocks for rich earth and took out derful to have you with us even Ned stones hero and there along the top says so, and that's a concession from to permit of growing tho Hon era. Thus a Isn't It?"- It was not long beforo flowers were "I supposo so," Mrs. Sefton said, abcoming up everywhere, and every sently. Her mind was far away, back bloom was to bo primrose, purple or to the days when her own little daugh' yellow. ter was In arms as was Peter now Leila bad sensed her mother's The organizations which Tolly ap preached with her plans wero more loneliness for somo weeks, though than glad to know of a place where this was the first time sho had ever they could obtain their own sorts of' given utterance to a word that would Sowers and have them shipped In lead anyone to think that she missed . her partner. good shspe. Ily summer the wall of primroses That night Leila and Ned talked about the Dayton home was exquisite iuntll far Into the night. They were to behold, and Polly and her mother planning a ruse by which they could rejoiced In the fact that neighbors get their baby's grandparents to brought their friends to see It. They gether. "For, once together again, I'm sure watched autcmoblllats stop to admlro they could not bear to separate,' It, and felt proud of their work. Ono day when Polly, In her great Leila had said. "Mother may have hat and simple summer a little too much Ilruce stubbornness frock, was standing outside of the in her, but father like all bis fam h&To daugh-dronin- g 1 ! empty-handeI an Idea for making a little money, mother," laid Polly Dajrton, her chair close to her .moth- In the bright living room. "And remain at home, deart" queried Mrs. Dayton, anxiously. She had not yet adjusted herself to tho modern scheme of society which per-mus its daughters and wires to go forth from homo In order to bo eco nomically Independent. l'olly nodded definitely. "Very much mo at home, mother mine. tf II you about It: Klrst, you know there Is a largo and flourishing organization In the city which has for Its colors primrose nnd purple; there Is another equally nourishing organization of women which has for Its rolor, yellow. Now, these clubs will, this year, havo many and varied social and public functions, at alt of which they will use their club colors "I REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA ( o0 0-5- - !!-!- - K-O- 0 O OPENING NIGHT "Tahan," in Indian costume, presenting his thrilling life story, "What I Saw and Did as a Savage." CHILDREN'S NIGHT Taber and assistants in a program of fun, magic and mystery. BAND DAY Jaroslav Cimera and his great concert band in both afternoon and evening programs. GRAND OPERA DAY The Singing Party in elaborate costumes, presenting a complete opera; also the "Songs of the Sixties." Kellogg-Haine- s BEDE DAY A great lecture by Hon. J. Adam Bede, for eight years Congressman from Minnesota and widely known as the "Humorist of the National House." 2?ci3CieiCv?eA Lancaster Chautauqua June 24th-29- th 5ecler, PHONE 27. 5aHard Scott, BRYANTSVILLE, Kv. visit ifornia 44. i9 Don't miss the wonderful opportunity for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c Panama-Californi- Exposition Exposition San Francisco a San Diego Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via SOUTHERN RAILWAY of the South For full Information, tee Ticket Agent, Southern Kallway'ur write H. H. Todd, District Pasicn-ge- t Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville, Kr. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made hie name famous all ovar the United Slataa and Canada. Compoied of Root., Herb., Dark, and Derrict. For treatment of Human Diteaaes. Days' Treatment. . Dakota Jack'e Cowboy liniment Dakota Jack's Crerne Soap, rrlce 10., ban cstly think tbey quarreled over some trivial matter, and having nothing else to think about and very little to do, the quarrel becamo serious and neither one would give In. "It can't be anything else, dear. It will come out all right I feci It," comforted Ned. Leila was in touch with her father, and on the following day she spoke Hello, with him on the telephone. daddy," she said. "Mother's out night and c Ned and I thought perhaps you'd llko to come and see us and Peter, Sho waited for a few minutes for tho answer, but when It camo It was satisfactory, for she promptly telephoned to her husband that she would join him for dinner, and that they would spend tho evening at the theater or on a roof garden, John Sefton rang tho door bell of his daughters apartment with feebler touch than bad ever been his before. He did not admit It to him self, but he was declining In strength fJBHMy very fast. Ho left bis hat and old walking stick and gloves In the hall and woman. "Do let me sreak to your mother," bo stopped to listen to tbe baby's said Polly, quickly, running over to cooing and laughing before ho pushed tnsldo tho portieres and stepped Into the car, scissors in hand. Sho stood for a long tlmo talking tho cozy living room. Mary!" he gasped, looking at bis to Mrs. Noble and her son George. And when the .elderly. woman left, wife, who was as surprised as him..run oi rouy , a prim- .. .. ner nanus were ". "John. Henry Seftonl You!- she roses and sho had promised to re said, holding the baby close. turn whenever her bowl at homo was "Mary Mary," began the elderly 1 empty. Twleo a week Mrs. Noblo camo to man, brokenly, "I I didn't know how Polly Dayton's garden for primroses. much I wanted to see you till I laid Polly would not tako money, for sho my eyes on ou this minute. This deemed It a pleasuro to give them to Is some of Leila's doings," ho added, "It muBt be," Mrs. Sefton Bald, anyone who loved tho (lowers so dearly. "And it was from )our own blinking away tho tears of Joy that Devonshire country that I got my In would spring to her eyes at sight of spiration to begin this venture." Polly her husband There was silence for n full minute told her ono day whon the four-- Mrs. Noble, her son. Polly and her while John Sefton stepped closer and mother sat at a rustlo tablo under closer to his grandson and his wife. a wisteria arbor In tha Dayton gar- They both looked Into tho round, den sipping cool glasses of tea. laughing face of tho Infant and then "What a success it 1st I can hardly Into each other's eyes. "It waa my bcllove It and-- to add to that," Polly fault," they said In unison. Sho looked at her husband with the looked affectionately at her mother as she continued, "my dear little old time smile. "And you remember when wo said, mother, hore, has grown Thirty Two fat hogs, weight about 225 lbs; 1 bay mare; 3 black cows and and strong working out of when we celebrated our silver weddoors and handling tho beautiful ding, that our lovo had been full er; old steers; 1 yearling bull, extra good; 1 yearling steer; 1 calves; 2 two-yeAlso," here blown for so long that wo could reblossoms for market. sho laughed merrily, "sho has learned member notblug else but that per200 barrels old corn; 2 wheat drills; 1 cutting harrow; 1 hay rake:. understanding!" that a girl can earn money and still fectly developed Eh, asked John softly. bo a normal, womanly person! ; "Ob, don't I do know 1L Klsa 1 mowing machine; 1 cultivator; 1 cider mill; 1 buggy; 1 wagon; 1 pair stock-scalesmother!" sho asked. Peter and" Through these little meeting 1 corn planter; Set Roofing Tools; 1 lot of lumber and many other farming Her words were never made articu George Noblo learned to know and to love Polly Dayton, and a romance late, for Peter began to demand at- as sweet as any of tho flowers that tentlon and the fond and doting Implements too numerous to mention. bloomed In the garden In which It gronuparenis ineu an meir wues 10 cash in hand, over that amount to be sold: TERMS: All sums under i quiet him.. At last he screamed waa set grew out of their love. than two years afterward self to sleep, and the reunited pair with negotiable note bearing 6 per cent interest front on a credit of six months when a little daughter strayed Into found as much to say to each other the path of Polly and Georgo Noble as If their love wero Just In tho date of sale. dl"B Instead of full blown. colled her Primrose. 1 , I I stopped before the wall. Polly did not look up, but she could hear that there was conversation be-tween a man and a woman about tho I Hovers. Finally a young man approached her. "I beg your pardon," ho said,! hls motor cap In his band. "Mother cannot longer resist tho temptation to ask you If you will let her havo a I few of your beautiful primroses." Polly said, "Why of course," Sho looked out toward tho auto and smiled at tho woman who sat therein. "Mother was prevented this year from going to her homo in the South of Kngland on account of the war. Always homesick for her own land tho very country, by the way, where 'Tho Rosary was written the constant sight of your prlmroso wall as wo pass each day has mado her more so. Sho thinks It she might havo a few of tho tloners It would well. It would help some," laughed tho young man, somewhat embarrassed by tho fact that bo una asking a favor from a strange and very lovely young 'I i "it ..! - - As executors of the estate of J. J. Thompson, deceased, we will sell publicly at his late residence on Crab Orchard and Lancaster turnpike; mile north of Preachersville, beginning promptly at 10 a. m. Thursday, June 10th ar year-llng'heif- the following personalties: d him-Mo- $10.00 bud-the- 1 i runlcr's Indian !!U-- tt 11.00 25. 25. DAKOTA JACK The Noithwcttirn Cowboy omaiNATDfl ,UL on sale C. CASTORIA Dvsd tnsialTabletS; i flVVlH Relieve Youf R. E. McReberts Jas. H. AT For Infants and Children C & J. L Stormts and RE. McRoctris. In Us For Over 30 Years Always bears and J. Frank Thompson, Executors under the will of J. J. Thompson. Capt. Am Bourne, Auct., or PURJLirS IMD1AN herbs Indigwtfojj j 3 me Signature of DINNER ON GROUND. Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday June 3, 1915. ALL THAT A 'MAN HATH PROGRAM, I PRESENTED BY I iiiiuhiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim BREAD AND BUTTER FARMER'S COLUMN ipse lb M:i:'SEvSSC': By ALVAH JORDON QARTH. By HOPE AINSLEE. (Mass af 1915 OF jCancaster Suno 4th, jfcigh J95 T School. 97?. at 8 JP. "MOSE." Mosc. a football hero Frank Thornton, weak, but not wicked Thurston Hall, who makes a mistake Billy Holt, the Inevitable freshman Henry Warwick, a product of yellow journalism, Society" Smith, one of the boy Rodney Trent, another, Sumner, another, Thomas Edward, "L'enfant Terrible" Marv Susan, a little girl An Old Man, Mose's father Eleanor Thornton, who loves a man for his strength Anne Schuyler, who loves a man for his wekkness Betty Carewe, who loves a freshmen Jeanette Smith Sally Middleton Bradley Bourne. W. F. Miller. Elliott. Glass Carrier. Sterling Herron. Milton Elliott. Gowen Bourne. Wood Wilmott. Joe Kavanaugh. Jmes Iona Uunn- Wood. Mae Powell. Katherine Stanton Edyth Burne Jones, an impressionist from the province Mrs. Bone, the "frat" house matron Mrs Vance Mrs! Courant f Ch.perones 1 Inga, the maid SYNOPSIS. ACr I Living room in the Gamma Tau fraternity'house. room at the Grolier Club. Evening. ACT III Same as Act I. The following morning. ACT Viola" Beagle. Lena Schooler, Malissa Sutton. Lida Raney. Martha Tinder. Nora Brown. Jennie Cox. Janie Terrill. Viol. Tribble. Ora Prather. Afternoon. $ACCAbAUREATE SERVICES SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Sunday, June 6th, VOLUNTARY. All Hail, Immanuel 1915. Choir. Rev. Invocation.;..'..". Hymn J. J. R. Smith. Holy, Holy, Holy. Rev. W. Beagle. Scripture Reading Song.... Crown Him King Of Kings. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Address Dr. J. Lr Clark. , Anthem Benediction Praise The Lord, 0 Jerusalem. Rev. S. H. Pollitt. Time 7 A. M. Janet, the village favorite Mollie ) Scene: Village Street. Virginia Beazley. Margaret Elliott. Anna Comely. J. R. Haselden. Elizabeth Ogg. Mabel Beagle. Songs. Lucile Beazley. Nora Lettie, the orange girl, Rocco, the organ grinder Larrie, his daughter. Lucette, the (lower girl Two Merry Little Maids Chorus Picnic In Fairyland. Fairy Queen Queen of May Gypsy Queen Tommy Twinkle , , ; SCENE I. Night. Fairies are having a revel lit their Woodland, when one fairy comes In to announce the rumor she has beard of approaching enemiea. Elves prepare to meet the foe by military shell. e drives all back to the heart of the trees. SCENE II. Following morning. Picnicers have taken possession of Fairyland frolic. May Queen Is crowned. An for a omen In form of elf arrow head falls from trees at Queen's teet. Gypsy Queen comes In and warns May Queen to flee from woodland, for elves are pisnning an attack. SCENE IIL Evening of same day. While picnicers are still In woods fairies eotne in to begin tbelr nightly revel, but find supposed enemies there. .May Queeq offers Fairy Queen her crown and scepter,. but Fairy Queen refuses and an alliance Is mads and the two kingdoms are united. Sun-risMay-day 111 La Verne Dickeraon. Johnetta Farra. Isabella Sanford, A. C. Sanders. circulation department ot a magazine Jane's She had married a year previously. office. Mary envelopeswork was the ad and other sim Her husband was well up la society dressing of ple, unskilled clerical tasks. and her whole being was centered on She lived at home with her mother fashion and extravagance. Her fa ther had almost Impoverished himself and three smaller children on a tiny to give her a royal wedding gift. Since farm on the outskirts ot the city. She then Dot had drawn on his resources brought ber lunch with her and as she sat alone during the noon hour constantly. eatlnn, her homemade meat she was "Old Dobbin, the little bouse on always to of leased ground I live In and my acci- by whichtrying couldconceive trer a plan add to week's dent and life Insurance all I have earnings. sho left," he ruminated, "but the money One rainy day she offered to share means happiness and pleasure to Dot her lunch with one of the girls who and I can get along some way." had a cold and did not want to go out In this the devoted father waa ot Rut doors. In error. One morning about alz "Ob, Mary Jano Martin, who makes months later Dorothy came to him In that bread V the girl asked when she tears. had tasted one of the bread and but"Father," she lobbed, "I am In deep, ter sandwiches. deep water!" "Sometimes my mother makes It; My darling child!" he exclaimed. sometimes I do," replied Mary Jane, "tell me your troubles, modestly. She had never known any "Those horrid card parties!" walled other bread herself. ' the spoiled beauty. "I've been Jed "Why couldn't you bring me a Into betting untlt I owe nearly eight lunch e,very day, with this heavenly hundred dollara. Father," she plead Dread and cutter, and III give you cd, "please help me out this time. If my fifteen cents Instead of to the I don't pay, all the women of our restaurant cashier?" asked the girl. set will cut me, and If Vernon finds "I never tasted anything so good." out about It he will ralso a dreadful Mary Jane began to think. "Why fuss." not!" she asked. "Perhaps i could, prom- "I will see what I can do.' and It would help to pay my car fare, Ised Mr. Ross, and his heart sank like wouldn't It?" concealed his bitter lead, but he Thereafter Mary Jane brought two despair from Oerothy, to get time to lunches, and It was not many weeks think and act. until she was bringing a large wicker It took him only a day to realize I suitcase full of lunch boxes from her that the sale of everything he had In home every day. One by one tho the world would not bring more than girls had been given tastes of the a few hundred dollars. He had never homemade food, and one by one they borrowed In his life, but as he strolled , had Joined Mary Jane's lunch club. about restlessly that evening he tried The fl.SO each day that she colfriends who might lected from the girls made enough to thlntt of be willing to help him out Alas; profit to pay ber car fare, and Mary they .were few and far between. Jano was happy. "I most And some way to help the , "Mary Jane, couldn't you bring ono dear child," he reflected with new ani- extra box for me every day?" asked mation as be paused opposite the a little girl who had been a member stylish, apartment bouse where the of the lunch club for a couple ot Dales lived. It cheered him to consld-- , weeks. "1 want It for my brother, er that Dorothy was comfortably ' who works on the next street. I've boused amid warmth, light and lux- told him of mine, and once In a while ury. The artless old man did not re- I've carried home a little. He's crazy sent the fact that he was never In- about that homemade bread, and vited to the house, that hla says hell call for It every day If you'll law when be met him on the street make one tor him." gave him simply a cool, careless nod. i "Of course," Mary Jane replied. For all this Ross walked on. his heart "I'd love to." warmer than ever toward the mercenJohn Henderson called at the office ary daughter, whose whim and extrav- where his sister and Mary Jane directly to worked every day at five minutes agance had brought him . the verge of poverty. past twelve. And every day when be I Crash! took the box from his sister he tried The old man made a brisk jump. to get a glimpse ot Mary Jane. He He waa barely lnstlme to escape being had met her on tie first day, but struck by an automobile, which had alnce then the girl had never thrust collided with another machine, forc- herself Into his presence as had so ing It halt way across the sidewalk, many of the girls whom his sister demolishing Its front tires and reduc- knew. ing the glass wind shield to atoms. ( One day he asked hla sister for Mr. Ross felt one of the fragments Mary Jane. "Why she's always here, strike his face. He put hla hand up to of course, John. Shall I call her?" hla eye. for Its visual power seemed John nodded. "I like that girl, but suddenly blotted out. His fingers be- she's shy. I won't bite her. Tell her came daubed with blood. He experi- that for me, Cora," he said, aa he enced a audden falntness. A policeleft. man caught bis arm and supported "All right I'll see that she gives him, while another ran to the corner you your box tomorrow. So long. patrol box and telephoned for an am- You should worry, John," his sister bulance, laughed as he pushed the elevator "Totally blinded In one eye." was button. the report of the hospital surgeon the Mary Jane, at the earnest Insistfollowing morning, and he wondered ence of Cora Henderson, handed John at the sudden glow of excitement that his lunch on the following day. came Into the face, of his patient. "What's the reason you can't come Through the mind of the out with me and have an Ice cream speedy remembrance soda?" he asked. lng sufferer ran a of the wording of the accident policy "Oh there Isn't time after you eat be capled: your lunch," Mary Jane protested. of one eye, one thou"For the losa "Plenty of time. I can't talk to sand dollars; total blindness, twenty-fiv-e you with all ot those girls rubbering , and' kidding us," he said. hundred dollar." The thousand dollars went the way "Wouldn't It be better If you and. of all his previous donations, quickly ; Cora would come out to our house on used up by the reckless Dorothy. Then Saturday afternoon and meet moth-err- " came new demands. The resources of old Ross were now John made a move as If to faint exhausted. He had not even a home. "Oh, say, that would be the best, but One night, wandering the streets, he It wasn't up to me to suggest that was attracted with an excited crowd was It?" to a burning hotel. He was among the "Maybe not," Mary Jane admitted. first to reach It, An officer whom he The following Saturday John and pass the fire line Cora Henderson took the trip to tho knew allowed him to a little child at a Martin farm and spent such an afteras Ross showed blm window shut In by the noon and evening as they had seldom flames and Insisted on attempting her spent before In all their tenement-houserescue. existence. Ross had groped his way to the Cora, having no mother of her own, room. He took the little one In his fell in love with Mary Jane's mother arms. Just In time to evade a belchand Immediately made herself at ing gust of flames from a lower win- homo with the children and the work. dow be dropped the child into the outShe helped to churn, she helped to spread safety net set the sponge that night for the Sun"Jump, yourself. Why, It's Mr. Ross! day morning rolls, she enjoyed every Jump, you brave old man!" minute ot the visit. Ross essayed to climb up on the And John could see nothing but window sill. Mary Jane. He had learned to beToo late! and to was not sorry. As lieve that she was the only girl for be sank back overcome by the smoke, him, and was looking forward to the his wan face waa wreathed with a time when he could support her and gladsome smile. ask her to marry htm. "Dear little Dot!" he uttered lov"Are you sure It wasn't my bread ingly. and butter that you loved first?" The year brought bankruptcy to asked Mary Jane when he told her ot Vernon Dale and the life of a house- his hopes some weeks later. "It may have been, but the bread hold drudge to his soured, chagrined now wife. Rarely she thought of her dead and butter ain't father. Only once In awhile did she with you, Mary Jane," he said, regret that the Insurance money had been wasted. She strove to shut out Fiendish Dsllght a memory of the father who had Bloggs "From what you've told ma given bis life tor her. mother-in-laI ahould think But every year the little child, the of your one Adam Ross had saved, and ber you hear enough from ber In person, parents, visited the lonely grave of without having cared to Induce ber to the brave hero of the hotel fire. At talk Into your phonograph." Mogga least with them there will be tender "Oh, you can't Imagine the pleasure It remembrance while life lasts ot the gives me to start the machine going being they always refer to as "God's and then shut It off right la the middle of a sentence! good man!" J I e son-ln-' third-stord Vf. O. Chapman.) (CopyrUht. ttU, Dot Dorothy, his only child, his spoiled pet. Selfish, unruly Dot, whom he Idollied, motherless now, and that made him the more tender and pliable. t HtlllMIIUIHniMMttm (Copyright, UIJ. by In McClure Nswspa per Brnaicaie.i Mary Jane Martin received the sum of (8 each week for her work In the nt ofoarfurmtrsnbtcrtters, tnct It (or til of stock, trsm ami such Ihinis on Urn M ttit Isrmtr canno! fiord to sttrf-III- . linn, snd will b only In sco so. imolehtrg For Sale;-break-cart- tlow this nt4ing It tot iti esclu-It- s No nolle will b ccptl orr two Itiurt ot lonr lb I i American Company I Marine. I the I 3,000,000,00 To INSURE In a Leading Such as sa Springfield CAPITAL. jv Fire and . good surrey and a good . as new ivirmo .- - O. R. Swinebroad. Two hundred feet of hard wood flooring for sale. Mrs. C. A. Robinson. f 31 Capt. Elkln has two riding cultivators, several double shovel plows, and other farming implements he wishes to tell at bargains. For Sale-On- SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI Sunday. ROUND TRIP e extra good ycung Jersey Marksbury, Ky. cow, calf 4 weeks old. J. W. Mahan, June 6th i. and RETURN J. Brown-Manle- A. Bratton of this'clty has a good y rldingcultivator he will $1. 5 O Ask FROM JUNCTION CITY sell cheap. Mr. A. C. Miles, of Buckeye, sold thref Jersey cows and calves, to Mrs. II. C. Mufr, of Jessamin-)- , for $CO a head. Me also sold to Mt. Newton flendren, of Madison, two Jersey cows with calves, for $15 a round, and to Lexington parties some extra nice butcher heifers and young cows at G to CJ cents a pound. Mr. Miles recently SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY StSS A. M. T(ckt Agant for Particulars II. G. KINO, Pass'r in.l Ticket Aden! 101 Eatt Main St., Losing ton, Ky. bought of Jake Hurt, two yearling steers at $32.50 a head. From various parties Mr. Miles has bought for June and July delivered about 250 lambs at 8 cents an less per pound. TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS Of Garrard County Ky. The Republican State Central Committee of Kentucky directs that a State Convention of delegated representatives of the Republican Party in Kentucky, be held in the City of Lexington, Ky., at 12;30 p. m. standard time, on Tues day, the 15th day of June, 1915, for the purpose of adopting a platform embodying the principles upon which the Republican Party and its nominees will ask the support ot the voters of Kentucky at the November election 1915. if The light, strong, durable, dependable Ford appeals to you on the matchltss strength of Its record for service given to more than 750.000 owners. The Ford is n utility in every human activity, and it is wonderfully low in upkeep averaging two cents n mile to run and maintain. Barring the unforeseen, each buyer of a new Ford car at retail between August 1914 and August 1915 will receive from (10. to VSO. as a shsre of the Ford Motor Company's profits. Touring Car 190; Town Car IC90; Runabout Coupelet S750; Sedan $975. 1, 0. 1k Detroit with all equipment. On display and sale at The delegates to the said State Con vention shall be selected by a county mass convention to te held at the Court House atiLancaster, Ky, at 1 o'clock. p. m. standard time, on Saturday, June 12th 1915. The form of voting in said county mass convention on all questions shall viva voce. All voters who were en titled to participate in the convention at which delegates were elected to the Republican State Convention held In the City of Louisville Ky, on Wednes day the 10th of April 1912, and those known Republicans who have1 attained the age of 21 since that date, shall be entitled to participate in the convention to elect delegates to the State Convention herein called. Garrard County is i0; entitled to 1G delegates. Signed, Bradley Montgomery, THE MADISON INrOKTORATKIl GARAGE, Chairman. Attest; John Gill Kinnaird, Secty. Lancaster Ky, June 1st 1915. Richmond. OFFICE OF FISCAL COURT OF GARRARD COUNTY. addressed to the Fiscal Court of Garrard County will be received up te 12 o'clock noon, June 12, 1915, when they will be publicly opened and read, for the improvement of the county road between Lincoln Co, line and Kentucky river, Stanford ana Lexington pikes in Garrard County. The work, as described and shown in the plans and specifications to be seen at County Judge's office will be known as Garrard County State aid road as shown on general drawing. A single bid to be submitted for the whole work. Bids must be for work to be done in accordance with the plans and specifications approved by the Fiscal Court and the Commissioner of Public Roads, and on Hie at County Judges Office. The Fiscal Court of Garrard County expressly reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Before contracts are binding on first parties, they must receive the approval of the Commissioner of Public Roads. Each bid shall be accompanied by cash or a certified check, payable at sight to the order of the County Trea surer tor 10 per cent of the amount of the proposal; which check shall be held until the execution of the contract. Before the contract Is awarded, the successful bidder or bidders will be re quired to furnish a bond of an equal amount of contract for the faithful performance of tin work in accordance with the aforesaid plans and specifications. All work to be done under the direction and aupervision of the Commissioner of Public Roads. By order of FUcal Court of Garrard County. J, W. Hamilton .County Clerk of Garrard Co. By E. M. Walker, D. C. Sealed proposals InsteMiLofWooaSbinfltsorSUU cosmmr I The roofing that lasts as long as the building and never needs repairs. They won't burn, crack, curl or rot like wood shingles, nor have they the smgwg"as- great weight or britUeness of stone slate; 3 besides they are inexpensive and look better than cither. For Salt by " Local Contractors or Cortrlgh! Metal Roofing Co., 50 norm lorasi., rniiaacipnla. STOP AT OUR L.&N. Train Schedule Al Lancaster, Kj. Arrive. No 10; 5KXI a. m. To Maysvllle, connecting at Rlchmoni with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C 4 0 to Lexlng. ton 4 Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at I'aris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland at Rowland, L i GARAGE When Good in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Complete line of Tirsw. Everything in Automobile Accessories. it Stmnfnnl mr...H.n N to all points South N to Irvine & & No 23; 11:01 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & Ueattwilla Cincinnati. Mlddlesboro rJ.vin( Si Knoxviile. Frestollte Servicer MITCHELL & TftfSMisialaMets iWW 3 CASTOR I A For I 124. No 70; 11:60 a. ra. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. - No 27; 2:00 p. ra. To Louisville; connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elitabethtown & Bowling lalaati asd OUldxea In Dm For OvtM Signature of 30 Years fMiro Ywlndlftetten R. E. MeRobsrU headache, bJUoussess, pilo ao4 bad breath are usually caused by inactive bowels. Cut a box of Rexall OrderlioaJ'They aci gently and tivvly. Sold only by us atlO oaaU. Bick SHACKELFORD, Second ureen, anu at uaraatown Junction Bsrdstowp & Springfield,, ,V -- R. e. Mo Roberts " Stmt. Phono Danville, Ky. No 9,' 8:42 p, m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta.