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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 10, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915061001_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 10, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGION, UNI ARSIS II El) DEMOCRACY AND O0'H) OOVERSMES1 TWRNTT SIXTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 10. 1915. An easy way to elect Mr. Ed. Morrow Governor In November U to v(te for Mr. Harry McChesney In August Nuaitt to. NEW 1916 OVERLAND, A BEAUTY. Koman's Opera House Friday Night, thelWorldFllmtsature 'One In Millions' The gre at it preachment of war ever Stajed. One of the benefits of the war 10 far as we ar peraonally concerned is the fact that we no longer get folders In very mall from the line advising delightful ocean trips that we can't afford to take. Hamburg-American 1 Mr. M. S. Baughman, one of the most populsr men of Lincoln County, was in Lsncasteryesterday with a new 1916 model Overland car, which he was demonstrating to several prospective purchasers. This Is a beautiful ma. chine and Mr. Baughman Is as proud of the price, which is only $750. for a Ave passenger car as he is of the merits ot his favorite machine. Mr. Baughused The past week has been turned over man hasyears. his make of cars for several to school commencement and the entire town has been given over to the men Something LANCASTRIANS PROMINENT and women of has been doing every day and every night and the intereit that has been IN BANKERS ASSOCIA-TIQtaken by the parents and friends speaks well for our towns pride in its schools. nJi We are headquarters niu-um-iii-'-im- l for DEERING BINDERS Deering B THEHAPPIEST GIRL IN TOWN With an energy that never seemed to tire and with friends to assist her, this beautiful little girl, Allene Thomas was the lucky winner of the Ponv. Cart and Harness, that was awarded last Satur day. She asks us to thank her friends for assisting her and the hopes to take them all riding behind her beautiful pony, of which she is'so proud. Mowers, r 4, m'i HANMEBUICKCAR. See our "Daniel Boone" Riding Cultivator, constructed entirely of steel and malleable which makes it exceptionally strong. The Pivot Dodge nnri Pendulum movement of the gangs ure new and attractive features and insure easy Mrs. J S. Johnion Sr.. has juit pur from Mr. chased a Bulck automobile Conn of Danville, and its llrst service to her wai a trip to Stanford to meet her son, Allen Johnson, and daughter. Miss Florence Johnson, just back from handling. The latest improved machine of its kind on the market Ask for them. Auto Tickets CONN ill) BROTHERS. . p b ISJb Stetson University, DeLand, Florida, While students at this fine Institution Mr. Johnson and Miss Johnson both made creditable records, the former as a vocalist and musician and the. latter in her text books. ' n.:allSJaf"l:0;flirflprl, Live and Let .Live Folks. . BRYAN RESIGNS FROM THE CABINET. William Jennings Bryan unable to agree with President Wilson as to the form of the note that should be sent to Germany, resigns from the President's Cabinet, to take immediate effect. The difference between Mr. Iiryan and the President was of such. a nature that It could not be adjusted, but the two distinguished democrats prrted official company with the utmost good feeling existing. Mr. Bryan, an extreme advocate of peace, ws fearful that the result of the proposed note would be a war between the United States and Germany. The annual meeting of groups 8 and 11, Kentucky Bankers' Association held h successful session at Crab Orchard Springs last Friday with several Lan caster citizens being prominent on the program. Mr. J. W. Elmore, cashier of the Garrard Bank & Trust Company, called the meeting to order. Elder F. M. Tinder pronounced the Invocation, while Mr. B. F. Hudson made one of the responses to the welcome address. The officers for the ensuing year of Group 8 are II. G. Skiles, Crab Orchard, nt. J. N. Knisely, Columbia, secretary, J. M. Blrdwhlstle, G. A. McRoberts, Danville, and S. C. Denny, Lancaster executive committeemen. Group 11 elected the following: President, R. W. Cole, Barbourvllle, Secretary, C M. Perkins Eakes and Twine A complete line of Repairs. FIRST PRIZE AWARDED la Pony Contest Last Saturday. The announcement that the first prize would be awarded in the Pony Contest, brought one of the largest crowds to town last Saturday that has been here since the closing of the Central Record contest two years ago. This contest conducted by eight of the was men, merchants and business started March 1st,, and from the beginning there was bulte a friendly rivalry Of between the sixty contestants. course there was many disappointments snd most of them have worked faithfully, and It seems unfortunate that there is'nt enough ponies for then; all. The second prize will be awarded Sat urday July, 3rd, when another beautiful pony' will be given away. All are eligible to compete for the second prize, except Miss Thomas, the first prize winner snd each contestant will hold their votes secured in the first prize contest. Mlss.Aleene Thomas was the Place your order for Binders and Twine. Do it Now. Phone 49. Pineville; Executivo Committeemen, J. R. Downing. Corbin' Dan S. Brown, London, and H. A. McCamey, Middles-borThe nert meeting place was not selected but It will very likely be HASELDEN BROS. Pony tickets given on all cash sales. DO YOU KNOW that you cam boy shapes for 50cts, flowers for from 10 to SOcts per bunch and 'trim- minds of all kinds at greatly reduced prices. Call and see us if you want a real bar- gain. Hats trimmed free of charge with pur- chases of hat and trimmings. I ft J Barbourvllle. GREAT SORROW OVER SUDDEN DEATH THE J? jft OF A 31 I C SAINTLYrWOMAN. Quietly, peacefully, and with but little warning was the unexpected passing of Mrs. Rebecca West on last Tuesday. She had arisen about 5 o'clock as was her custom and told her elder daughter that she was suffering with a pain in her aide, and before or pnystcians could be summoned friends be called she suddenly expired to awaken to the new day in the Heavenly Kingdom. A sudden death. whOe always a great shock to the members of the home circle, ir indeed a blessing and appears in the nature of a reward Uu the departed whose removal suggests the translation of Elijah of old, and whose wish and prayer have often been expressed for just such a sudden passing. So "Aunt Becky" as she was so lovingly designated received the immediate aummonajfta becometh a saint, without the grief of an anguished parting and without the languishing for months up on a of sickness such as so many un fortunate ones are called unon to en dure. Her hosts of friends and even her loved ones will, in time, so view her unexpected departure and will experience the sweet consolation that they could not have selfishly asked for a prolongation of her earthly pilgrimage, as she was in her 80th year, as extend ed life for her meant the encroaching feebleness of age and as the Scripture sayeth four score years to all are but 'labor and sorrow." So amidst the universal grief felt at the death of this saintly woman, here in this community wheie, like Dorcas of old, her many kindly deeds and activities as a Christian have so impressively demonstrated her beautiful traits of character, an early realization will follow that "God Doeth All Things Well", and a contorting resignation will, in time, assusge the grier. Mrs. West's sudden taking-of- f is sup posedly due to heart trouble, she hav. ing had indications that she was a auf. ferer from c,ardiac affection, though within the last few days her health had been as usual, she having arranged to go to the cemetery Tuesday to decorate the graves of the W. C. T. U. mem bers, an organization to which she wss ardently devoted, but God had need of her to render service in the Heavenly Realm, and she quickly answered the & & CONTRACT FOR COURT HOUSE G. M. LYONS BUSY GASH Tftrs ftclla Jirnold " Jhnck " . AWARDED. a session held yesterday awarded to the Raymond Construction Company of Cynthlana The, Fiscal Court at STORE. ' . HI - GO - TO - Dickerson & Carrier FOR Ory Goods, Shoes and Groceries. We pay the highest market price for Country Ky, the contract for overhauling and repairing the Court House at the price of JI1S546.U0. This is the stme firm that built the Graded School Buildiajr. in Lancaster two years ago and if they perform the work on the Court House as well as they did on the school building, Garrard county will certainly have Judge a model Temple of Justice. Arnold is to be congratulated upon the work thus far. He has worked faithfully to get the contract down to the sum voted by the people and haa suc ceeded In doing so. The work will begin at once and be rushed to completion. winner of the first prize, having beaten her nearest competitor, J. 0. Bogie, Jr., by a little less thsn sixty thousand votes. While there were nearly sixty in the contest, we will only give the ten highest votes, which were as follows: , Allene Thomas The fullest measure of variety in White ahiTCoIored -- ' Cotton Goods. JAPAN CREPES 36 Inches wide In large variety of colors and patterns. Lace and Embroidered Volls, also White Goods for Wash Skirts. J. 0. Begir. Jr., Pearl Crutchfleld Grances Grant William Renner Issbell Terrill V. A. Lear, Jr., Ben Rankin Wm Embry 1,568,546 1.510.785 915,205 660,303 652.882 304.035 234.611 Pretty 213.160 198.289 146.977 A magnificent assortment of Plain and Fancy Ribbons for sashes and hair bows. Give us n call. WALLER C. HUDSON Rectiiei A Warm Welcome ld J. D. Seale Produce. Ask for tickets on the Automobile. Home After ROMANCE OF TANLAC TO PUBLIC. Amazes Yast G. II M. LANCASTER. - LYONS. KENTUCKY. Foreign Trarels. Mr. Waller C. Hudson, who has been absent over a year, and who held a three-year- REVEALED Growth Of New Remedy II II II II C mf 3ME rJ c s contract as assayist and Business World. Louisville, Ky . June 9th. The growth and developement of Tanlac. the new remedy being introduced in Kentucky is a romance of the business world. The amazing popularity which this remedy has achieved within a short time is almost incredabls to those not actually familiar with the figures. More than 150,000 Kentuckians are now taking Tanluc, although It was only introduced in Lexington last October and here in January. So great are the demands for it that the laboratories at Daytoi, O., where the remedy is prepared, inu.it be enlarged. These laboratories are now capable of turning out 8.000 bottles of Tanlac daily under normal conditions, 10,000 under the highest pressure consistent with the great care used in the medi cine's preparation. To meet the unexpected large sales, it will be neces sary to enlarge the plant and to increase the working forces. L. T. Cooper, the noted expert on hygiene and hardly less famous phil anthropist, known here as "The Tanlac Man", was himself surprised at the tremendous popularity his remedy won in Kentucky, he said recently, and the more gratified at it because be Is himself a native Kentuckian. The medi cine is being sold now in all parts of the Stat. Mr. Cooper expected large sales, on account of the record the medicine established in the East, but he was unprepared for the big succes aes here. The ingredients ot Tanlac are gather ed from all parts of the world. One of them has never before been used In a medicinal preparation. They are taken to the laboratories at Dayton and there compounded with acrupulous care, so that every bottle shall be uniform. Tanlac Is used and hss proved highly beneficial, as hundreds of Kentuckians have testified, In esses of catarrh. rheumatism, coughs and colds, malaria, live? "d kidney and stomach troubles, and the after effects of pneumonia.,, ta MMmimim Select your 0 mining expert with the Guggenhelms to develop their Chilian property, has returned home, as the European War has' Intcrf erred with mining prospects. as welt as with almost all other Mr. Hudson's branches of industry, Wall Paper from a full stock. JUST RECEIVED A large shipment of. the latest medium priced paper. travels are quite interesting as he visited many attractive tectibns of the rapidly developing South American con tinent, made his return voyage on an English battle ship, was in several of the Central American republics, again mad a pleasant sojourn witn Minister WlllUm Jennings Price at Panama, and his concluded journey homeward through San Francisco, Denver, and the overland route. MUCH REGRET EXPRESSED At My Prices on heart-rendin- g M6.R 0 BE RTS. Retcrend J. W. Beagle's Departure. Carts and Harness J ANNOUNCEMENT. We carry a complete line of Rough Lumber, Cement, Crushed Stout, Brick, Nails, BuMers 01$ Hardware and are receiving dally. (Upments of Flooring, Ceiling. ing and all kinds of Finishing Lumber. Give us. your order and we will send our carpenter and th screas, up for you. Orders filled ptomptly. Sid- We have a Mice Use of WINDOW SCREENS. J put Reverend J. W. Beagle, who has held the Baptist pastorate here for about 1 years, preached his farewell discourse at the school auditorium last Sunday evening, his congregation not only the members of his own flock, but also representatives from all the churches of the community who gathered in union service to express their great regret at the departure ofthh able min ister and his excellent family. The Reverend Beagle has made him self a worthy pastor of his Lancaster charge, having'vucceeded in lifting the indebtedness of the churtb, and having augmented theliaracca class in a man net not equalled by any of his predects sore, having arrangedjan assembly room and library for this young men sorgani xation, and having otherwise added both to the material prosperity and spiritual progress of the Baptist mem bership Mr. Beagle and .family will go to Hustonsville next Tuesdsy where dwelling is in readiness for them, also a well cultivated garden and other home arrangraents that will indeed mean for to the Husceaville church and one Sunday to ahit'lMdlebortechaTCtfiri Cass coutitv hVprercbing to the latter eosuMegatioa on the coming Lord's Day, t&e 13th of June. thera' a cordial welcome. He frives three Suhdays wilHnterest you Get them divine summons. Mrs. West was born October 29, 1835, and was one of two daughters born to John Doty and Elizabeth Traylor Doty; she was twice married, she espousing at 16, Allen O. Hiatt, and was left a widow at 21; two sons were the Issues ot this union, William Hiatt of Lexing ton, and Jack Hiatt of this place. Her second husband was the late James We also have a complete line of II Hansbury West, and from this mar riage 3 daughters and mson survive her, Mrs. George B. Robinson of Danville, Misses Fannie and Bettie West and James West or this city She also Mrs. Fannie Farra leaves of this city, the devotion of these two admirable women 'having been both marked and beautiful. The funeral was conducted thisThurs- dsy morning, at Id o'clock, at her late residence en Danville Avenue, the dis course by her lata pastor. Elder F. M, Tinder, being an appropriate' and well deserved'1 by touching: tribe LOSTs-WbiSilk Waist last .Wed-- , this saintly woman sagas ed for so many yeSrs to eftelsnt, reUjfiotis service as a nSday between Lancaster aadt&y member sf the Lancaster Christian home. Any Information1 will bTt Ida May Grant.- church. half-siste- r, CULTIVATORS, PLOWS, IK. Ua w J. ROMANS. a. Page 2 TheCentrkl Record INCORPORATED. The Central Record, Thursday June 10 1915. 11.00 Issued Weekly. a year. J. R.L loured Member ! E. ROBINSON. Editor. ELKIN, Locnl Editor and Mtfr. lb 15 "The Lancaster-GosheHighway. This new proposed Hlgeway will be' gin near the entrance to the farm of and Mr. W. G. Gooch and run east to the Eighth District Publishers League, Crab Orchard pike about one and one half miles coming out at or near the Lancaster, Ky.June 10,1915. Gilberts Creek bridge, thus opening up a territory of much commercial valu to the business interests of Lancaster. Rates For Political Announcements Standing on a high hill over which For Precinct and Citv Ulli.'es ...$ 5.00 this proposed Highway will run, Lan por County Oflices 1U.O0 caster stands alluringly near, just 15.00 For State and District Office three milos away across country, but .10 For Calls, per line..... to get to it comfortably over a passable state that doubts the nomination of the For Cards, per line ....... ..... .10 road one must need travel thirteen Hon. A. 0. Stanley for governor In the For all publications in the interCONVENTION. miles and consume one and one half August primary, we, following the ex est of Individuals or expresAn interesting and instructive proample of the German, would whisprr, hours of time. sion of Individual views, per gram was carried out at the union By this new way the residents of the "You vait some day you vill see.' line County Sunday Convention held In this Goshen country may come to Lancaster Owensboro Inquirer. per line Obituaries, city at the Christian church on last in twenty-fivminutes and do their Saturday. Notwithstanding the abtrading and engage in social Intercourse ESTEEMED CONFEDERATE sence of Kentucky's leading Bible on a Saturday afternoon or a county POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS School promoter, the Reverend George court day. VETERAN HAS BEEN ILL. A. Joplin, much disappointment ELECTRIC LIGHT Some of the best farms surrounding being The Central Itecord is authorized to Lancaster lie In this section and cer his Captain Isaac Myers, residing about expressed at his announce the following candidates for place was admirably filled by his "supCOMMITTEE'S REPORT tainly some of the best and most sub two miles out on the Buckeye turnrike. office, subject to the Democratic stantial farmers live on them. It is suffered a cerebral hemorihage a few ply", Miss Maud Dance, who delivered primary, August 7th, 1915. Favors Cily Ownership of The Lighting their desire to do their trading and sell days since, and at first appearance it one of the most highly appreciated adFOR GOVERNOR. their crops in Lancaster. seemed he would not rally, because of dresses made here by a woman for Plant. Hon. A. 0. Stanley. A meeting is caiieu to assemble on his age, 76 years, but a later report some time. The Reverend H. C. Gar At the regular meeting of the City the lawn of Mrs. Josh Daniel two comes FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. that he is much improved with rison, pastor of the Danville Christian Council Monday night after the usual miles out on the Crab C. A. Hardin, of Mercer county. Orchard pike the probability of again being able to church, favored the assemblage with business was disposed of, the Council Friday Chas. C. Fox, of Boyle county. June 18th at 2 p. m. to perfect go about his home. Captain Myers is an able address. Reverend S. II. Greer, considered several new matters. By final plans in starting the construction the only remaining one of the Myers the Methodist minister from Stanford, FOR COMMONWEALTH'S vote the Council declined to enact an of this new wsy. ATTORNEY. family of four sons and four daughters, also contributed to the program, while ordinance closing the new establish It is hoped that those composing the his father, Isaac Myers, having been the local pastors and their Bible School E. V. Puryear, of Bovle county. ment of J. Haselden located on Lrxing active business life of Lancaster may one of wealthiest and most prominent teachers likewise added to the enter J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Lincoln county ton street on Sunday. The council con not be "too busy" to lay aside thetsola citizens of the Bryantsville section of taining exercises. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. cluded that it had no authority to enact of shop and trade and give an hour or lower Garrard In an earlier time. The W. B. Mason. such an ordinance under the law. The two to this highly important "good Methodist stronghold in the Biyants ELBERT HUBBARD W. A. Doty. Council also declined to grant William roads meet." vine section of north Garrard led to FOR SHERIFF. Rainey a permit to erect a veranda frequent conferences and other Metho HAD A FRIEND. over the pavement on Stanford street G. T. Ballard, Jr. dist rallies in that district and the in front of the property recently pur CLOSING FOR REPRESENTATIVE. EXERCISES Myers family entertained these del In A Late Lancastrian. chased from Judge Prather. H. Clay KaufTman. egates in the usual hospitable The committee appointed by the May Noting the tribute to be paid th OF THE L. H. S. manner. Among these visitors was or to investigate and advise the Counlate Libert Hubbard, who went down the lati John D. Heame, the I am a candidate for County Court cil relative to the cancellation of the Prore A Great Success. Cincinnati banker, who fell very much In the Lusitania. by his Cincinnati Clerk to succeed J. W. Hamilton the lighting franchite now owned by Mr. n love with Capt. Myer's sister. Miss friends and admirers, at the same hour present Clerk. Alex Walker and granting a twenty Emma Myers, the most beautiful young 3 o'clock, and on the same day, July I have accepted The, Chief deputies year franchise in lieu of the same, af With the closing of this year's school woman of this entire, section, and a 4th, as that which makes the official appointment in the office in order to ter a careful investigation reported in acquaint mvself with the duties of writing against the proposition and In- work, the pupils have had the advan marriage was the result. Before Mr. memorial in East Aurora, N. Y., re Clerk and having fitted myself to take stead of cancelling the contract advised tage of other school pupils in other Hearne's death he purchased a desirable calls to mind that Lancrster held ac the examination required by law, I the Council to take steps favoring the towns by an extra month of work, and lot in the Lancaster cemetery and had quaintanceship with this brilliant and sincerely ask and solicit your support. ownership and eperation of the plant this year s work was one of the most the bodies of the entire Myers family facile writer in the person of the late successful in the school's history. If movea irom me burying ground near Mrs, May Barton Patterson. These E. M. Walker. by the City. boys and girls learned In their text Bryantsville and reinterred here.having two were associated as in following is a copy of the writ tie The Looks, in accordance with their plays a very handsome monument erected to an Illinois institution, and later when Railroad Commissioner. ten report: they have been presenting to the peo- the memory of his beloved wife's par he achieved literary distinction, his We are authorized to announce Report of the Flectric Light Committee. ple, we feel quite sure that the above ents, and other members of the rela books and magazines were occasionally JOHN E. NEWNAN, of Bardstown, tatement is true. forwarded to his former schoolmate who tionship. , Nelson County, as a, canditate for the The Cit Council, The program of the entire week was felf much gratification at his rise to Democratic nomination for Railroad Lancaster, Ky. opened up with the Senior Class play eminence. A year or mora before Mrs EDITOR WALTON Commissioner from the Second Dis- Gentlemen:- 'Mose" which was played to please the Patterson's death, while sojourning at trict; the primary election to be held The Electric Light Committee, con gods. All twenty two members of the Chautauqua, N. Y.. she received and AWAITS SOME ANSWERS. invitation to visit Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Saturday August 7th.. 1915. sisting of Mr. L. G. Davidson. Mayor; class having a very hard and difficult Messrs Parker Gregory, J. A. Amen, part to play but each member playing Editor Walton of the Lexingtonian Hubbard and was hospitably entertain his or her part to perfection. says Democracy is awaiting some ed by them in their handsome home at William F. Klair, Fayette County, W. 0. Goodloe and J. A. Dalton, and J. E. Stormes and H. V. East Aurora. Bradley Bourne, the Foot Ball Hero, answer. Here is his editorial: Candidate for Reelection as Railroad Commissioner, Second District of Ky. Bastin, representing the Commercial Glass Carrier for "Mose" whom a "Several weeks have nassed since guilt of fraud was thrown upon. Dr. Board made the chartre that he en MEETING TO BE HELD IN Subject to the action of the Democratic Club, beg to report as follows: The Committee visited the towns of aul Elliott who was for Frank Thorn gineered in the interest or Gov. Beckparty in the August Primary. Danville, Harrodsburg and Nicholas- - ton, the part being played by "Billy" ham for United States Senator, a deal his instigation or connivance, POLICE COURT ROOM. ville, and report on the plants in these Miller, "Infant Terrible" by Joe Kav- - either at the by which liquor men of Louisville The United States is facing towns. We regret the disappointment we anaugh, a product of "Journalism" supported him tor the office, many of one of the greatest crises in its history plsyed by J. Henon, the old,' man them. Including Jim Whallen, contri- caused to some of our friends on ac DANVILLE. and the country is thankful that Wood-robuting largely to his campaign fund. Wilson is at the White House. Population 6,000; private a, c. plant 'Mose's" father, played by James The result was that the Falls Citgave count of us not holding our meeting in Wood. The "Society Boys" were well Beckham a substantial majority, which the Court House as we advertised in Two delicate situations has arisen, selling current at 12 cents perkillowatt either of which might result in war. hour. The City Council are planning played by Gowen Bourne, WoodWIlmot so delighted him that he made a per- the paper. But owing to the remod sonal call on Mr. Whallen at his Buck- eling of the Court House, we were un The country is not at all satisfied for City to own plant as soon as pos- and Milton Elliott. The girls, consisting of Miss Viola ingham Theater and overwhelmed him able to conduct any meeting. Never with Germany's reply to the note on sible; and they are of the opinion that with thanks. The alleged deal was to s we do not intend to let a little the Lusitania disaster? a mistake was made in the beginning Beagle, as "Ann Shyler" played an the effect that the Senator and his fol President Wilson Wednesday em- in not providing for municipal owner- Important part, Lena Schooler, as lowers would make no further war on thing like that stop this part of God Betty", Martha Tinder was a cood the liquor interests. To tbis irood hour work, so we have secured the City phasized in an informal talk with Count ship. character in the person of "Katherine" Senator Beckham has mode no denial Police Court room, by consent of the Von Bernstorff, the German Ambasof the charges and people are taking HARRODSBURG. Miss Mae Powell, as , 'Frank's" sister, good Mayor, and we will conduct our sador, the intense feeling of the Amerias Population 3600; municipal direct was a'so a good character, Miss Iona themhaa confessed.charced that another services there. We invite the christian also been can people over the sinking of the It Lusitania and other violations of the current plant, selling electricity at 7 Dunn as "Mary Susan a little girl" deal was made with the saloon men in people to come in and take part, as killowatt-hour. Plant instal-e- d played a good part with Joe Kavanaugh. Frankfort that for their pUDDort no they would in their own church, and American rights on the high seas, and cents per agitation for a local option election 15 years ago by bonding, at a cost Misses Viola Tribble and impressed upon him that the United Janie Terrill would beadvocated by the Beckham for the sinner friend to come in and States must insist on an adherence by of $22,000. all of which has been paid; were two splendid characters. Miss interests. The fact that none was held who so ever will may come that means Germany to the accepted principles of and additional bonds to the extent of Jennie Cox, together with her "Class then although elections were held in you when you hear our drum on the don't wait to international law as they effect neutrals. $11,000 were issued about a year ago, History" (which she read) was played Lexington. Owensboro and othercities. street, our church-bell- , seems to prove are groundj be asked but come in and may we worAll factions in Mexico were publicly for extentions, additional machinery, fine, Miss Nora Brown was an admirer for the charge. that there called upon by President Wilson in the and heavier copper It is the opinion of the boys together with Miss Lida In his speech at Frankfort, rieht ship together. Adjt. and Mrs. Holland. name of the United States Government of the engineer in charge, that, had the Rainey, Misses Melissa Sutton and Ora under the noses of the Beckham folk, that "to accommodate their djfferences" city installed alternating rather than Prather were two good characters Owsley Stanley chargedwas a vote on State-wid- e prohibition beaten in and set up a government that can be direct current, in the beginning, the and the entire group was congrstulated People Say To Us original cost would have been less; and for thei high class play. The large the last Legislature only by one vote, accorded recognition. the result of which could easily have "I cannot eat this or that food, it does Failure to unite in a movement to a large part of the $11,000. would not Auditorium was packed and many were been changed had Senator Beckham not ngreo with roe." Our advice to Satisfied with unable not even to get in the doors for and his henchmen turned their hands to bring peace to Mexico "within a very have been required. oil of them is to take a, which they did not. Mr. standing room. This was the largest to the effort, not make charges short time," ft was announced in a municipal ownership. Stanley dare that he crowd ever in the auditorium. statement telegraphed to Generals can not prove, and the fact that no at NICHOLASVILLE. Carranza, Villa, Zapata and other, sermon was tempt has been made to disprove this ine mcaL 25 c a box. Population 3,500; municipal, single preacheduaccaiaureate at the Auditorium Sunday charge seems to indicate that the truth before and alter each would constrain the United States "to phase, a. c. plant selling current at 7 morning by Dr. Clark R. E. McRobtrts of it is granted. decide what means should be employed" of the Kentucky So much for charges concerning Sencents per killowatt-hou- r for lighting Weslyan College of in order to save the people of the Dr, ator Beckham. Denials of a few against and 3 cents for power. Original cost Clark is President of Winchester. that Institution. 11. V. McChesney are likewise in order southern republic from further devasta- of plant 12 years ago was $12,000.00 and delivered a fine address. The if he can truthfully do so. He is chartions of internal warfare. provided by bonds, all of which have Seniors marched in single file to the ged with saying that he had rather see Everywhere in official and diplomatic a "dry" Republican in the United paid. been An additional of about stage, wearing their caps and gowns States Senate than a "wet" Democrat. quarters and among Mexicans of varied $4,000.00 has been put into the plant learnings, the statement was interpret out roses that every Democratic paper which ine Auuuorium was laden of current funds. This plant has and the sweet singing was with a great help. does not advocate Statewide prohibiten ed as meaning that the United States had a 2 per cent tax levy amounting to should be boycotted and that he would bring pressure to bear first to Declamatory untest, was one ed in his speech at Winchester declarabout $400.00 per year, and about of ine greatest events that he AT OUR the unite the factions in the choice of a pro $1000 to $1200 of the program, was not there to sneak for Democracy. from the eeneral fund; Misses Mildred Beazley, visional president and, failing to bring but a "higher and holier cause," If he Kather in return for which the i .y has been ine Bourne, Kathleen Ogg Iona Dunn, has said any of these things he is not all elements together, would give its lighted with 65 arc lights. The serious and Messrs Owen Hendren, Bradley deserving of a Democratic nomination active support to those elements which mistake made If he did not, he owes it to the party to at this place was in using Bourne, Wallace Cotton did agree. and John Holtz aiaavow mem. rronlollion is not a single phase instead of three phase. claw were the speakers. The winners cardinal principal of Democracy, and Satisfied with municipal ownership. in it is not a sin against Democracy to of the $5.00 gold pieces were The Editor of the Record believes in It is the opinion of your committee dred Beazley and Mr Owen Miss Mil oppose a further agitation of the liquor Hendren. the principles of municipal ownership of that it would be unwise for the city of question. We can readily believe that Good Work and The Operetta given Tuesday night by Mr. McChesney made the remark about Its public utilities whenever It can be Lancaster to sell any kind of a lighting done. The Committee of excellent franchise that does not provide for aliases omiui ana morns pupils was newspapers when we recall his efforts Prompt Service by the passage of more liberal It was a Jap. against regard to libel, awhich all the business men appointed by Mayor Dav municipal ownership. From the infor a pretty entertainment. law In idson to investigate the desirability of mation at hand, it appears that muni- aneae play and was graciously carried newspapers advocated, and which was Expert Mechanics. finally passed. changing the lighting franchise at this cipal plants can and do operate at much out. Both Senator Beckham and Candidate Complete line of Tires. time after carefully considering the less expense to the city and consumer The Musical given Wednesday even McChesney owe to people it question, with the assistance of the than do those privately owned. Further ing by Miss Webb's pupils was a great these serious charges thethey can. to denv Everything In Automobile if Other Mayor makes a report that should be we believe that the City of Lancaster success In every particular. wise they win he taken lor confessed Accessories. interesting to the citizens and tax pay-r- s can operate its water worxs system at torlum was beautifully decorated in and they will be proceeded against beof the city. Assuming that the much less expense in connection with ferns and flowers and was one of the fore the great bar of public opinion for contempt or me great Democratic par Prestollte Service. facts upon which the Committee makes an electric light plant. best programs of the week. ty and its principles." the report are correct it Is very evident The committee respectfully asks for Misses Tinder, Ezella and Anderson that the citv could save its citizens a further time in which to collect data rooms gave a fin program Wednesday MITCHELL & Many People Y good sum of money each year by own- covering the legal, financial and evening. Miss Tinder's room presentlave told us too same story lutrjs) operating its own plant. ing and ing a "Market Day" and Misses ajier tauog, eases, Heartburn. A I SHACKELFORD. While the report does not demonstrate as well as to study the economical and Anderson 's ami Ezell's room presenting Dyspepsia; the way that the city may finance the and other desirable and undesirable , P'cnic in fairyland. Second Street. Phone 124. construction of a lighting plant we features, if any there be. before and after each seal vill relitri feel certain that by the next meeting Respectfully submitted this 7th day The cicture show, then "The Pnr. you. 8c4d only by ua 25c Danville, Ky. of the council this Committee will havs of June, 1915. ,tan," tbats the way to eniov vouraelf. R. E. McRobsrts . n ifondClst rait Offlce In Unrtiter, Kj Mull Miller. Kentucky Press Association fully developed the wav in which the necessary money can be raised for the city to own the plant without the necessity of voting any bonds and a way by which the people will be able to get cheaper lights than they are now getting with day and night service and at the same time such a lighting and power system as will enable the city to pump the water from the water plant at a saving of hundreds of dollars per year. The city having constructed and put In operation the lighting and power plant and receiving from the tax fund the amount of money now used in pumping the water from the water plant and presently paid for the light ing of the streets and charging the light consumers a less price than they are now paying could operate the plant and pay the amount necessary to con' struct a first class plant in from six to ten years. After that tims the privat consumers of electricity could obtain it from the city at about half what they are now paying. We therefore believe that the city should not sell a lighting and power franchise to any private concern but should own and operate It: own plant. LANCASTER-GOSHE- N YOU WAIT-SO- ME DAY BLACK AND GOLD" HIGHWAY. Representing the Lancaster Com mcrclal Club Dr. J B. Kinnalrd, J. M Farra, Pool Perkins ami J, E. Stormes, a self appointed body visited theGoshen countryside last Monday afternoon am started a new highway to be callei Black and gold are the Senior class YOU VILL SEE" colors which prevail, over the entire In a certain office of the British school. The flag of Black and Gold crown, It was found necesrary many was raised over the L. II. S. building years ago to employ a staff of foreign Friday evening and waved peacefully examiners in order to translate all the until Monday night, when a few of our documents which were submitted In "younger brotheis" look the Senior support of certain charges. An oM flag down and holstej theirs, but it reGerman was seated by the ante of mained there In the night about three one of the English commissioners re hours when one of our Senior members, nowed for his piety. The cornmis J. Sterling Henon, tore It from Its high sioner, pointing to a name, inquired, "roost" ami Immediately the "black "What has become of hlml" TheGer and gold" was again waving above the un, he a dead and gone building and was given protection by man replied, The commissioner, to h I. horrl Elliott, Woods, Henon and Kavanaugh fled, replied, "My dear sir, you must until Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock, when It was taken from the polo with not speak of him in that way "Never.a-mlnd,- " said the German high honors by the Seniors and the "Never-a-mlnd." Then In a whisper he school flsg again raised. OL added, "iou vait-so- me day you vlll see." If there Is a Democrat In this SUNDAY-SCHO- Cooling WaslWflM Ifch -, roollnr wash, the U try this famoua rrmody, Don't fall scription, the famous cur for Kesoma, for any kind to of lummir skin trouble- anil lha lien la eon. Tour burnlrr akin wo knw D, tKD, will giro jru Instant Is Instantly r.H.r.d and you have ab- kolute prottclloa from all lummir skin rslltC. R E. McRoberts. Druggist, troubl.a. w tun tiro you aoed Its net In half art neiir not In trial bottle of the (onutne a II. alt t.n mlnuttt but la 1 seconds. a 11, Just a Uw drors of that mild, sooth-Ins- Proscription for only SS etnts. V. D. Pro- Lancaster, Ky. What Will Yon Do? Take the Best or the Next Best. IF THE BEST THEN GLEN LILY. NOT BLEACHED. . e ill NOT BLENDED, PURE and CLEAN. Unless you will try it we can't convince you. :SI n I ! YOUR Do you GLASSES. V school-mate- s I i i I I I I ! Who Fits Your Glasses? patronize the Jeweler, the Peddler or the Medical Man? Why not consult some one who knows enough about glasses to make a living out of the optical business? If a man can't make a living out of his regular business, what do you expect him to know about your eyesT I I I I. 1 BETTER SEE SIMPSOIN We have all modern appliancea for examining eyes for glasses We use modern methods. No Prugs. We m ake the glass in our own shop and guarantee satisfaction. We do nothing' but examine eyes and make glasses. No sidt lines, ! (jj T. A. Optometrist and Manufacturing Optician. 212-21- 4 SIMPSON. Fayette Natl Hank Bldg. LEXINGTON. KY. Coun-cilme- n, y The letter worth while. the one looked forward to and later cherished, la not the one that comes on a cheap, muddy sheet; not the one that begins P the-les- with an apology for the paper This is why oplr wbc wish their letters to present a good appearance, demand and use HIGHLAND LINEN. a 1 f S Uil liHl 1 4 t If you have never used this paper, a treat is in store for you. Its smooth, inviting linen surface is conducive to good penmanship and free LOKIUKI STORMES DRUG STORE g FARM FOR ON WEDNESDAY SALE STOP GARAGE When JUNE 16, 1915, at il a. m. The Stephenson farm will be sold by public out cry on the premises situated two miles north of IJurgin on theJUanvlile 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 wtllfsupplled with pure stock water, running from two unfailing springs. It Is in one of the bast wheat, hemp and tobacco sections of Central, Ky. and will produce a splendid yield and quality of the above named crops. The improvements consist of a beautlful!sevenroom frame dwelling two stories, cellar and porches, furnaceheated through out (built in 1916) A large well planned stock barn, large recently built tobacco barn, and all necesary out buildings, fruit and shade trees, all of which makes it a very attractive home. The farm will be offered In three tracta and then as a whole 115 acres with the Improvements, 1G0 acres fronting on road and railroad; 80 acres with good frontage on Danville and Shakertown pike. Terms liberal which will be given on day of sale. For further Information call on W, I). Melson. Lexington or G. M. flallard on the premises. Danville The-Aud- i Tablet i W. B. NELSON, Agent, Lexington, Ky. 3r - w?" The Central Record, Thursday June 10, 1915 BRYANTSVILLE Dr. and Mra. H. C. Hose went to Lexington Thursday. We liars a pleasant laxativo Uiftl will do Just what you van! it to do. Page 3 BIG CHAUTAUQUA LIFE STORY OF f Do Not Grips STOMA For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature Promotes DigeslbnOffifi-ncssandlVjtronialasKis- A A uiiuni jioipiunc norfwcru of ArrtffouasiiaimvBt In Ancrfrtl Rrmedv for Cmfa lloii.SourSloiiurii.Dhrrtwi Use For Over I. norms jrom,aiiionjJoin ntss wd Loss or Sleip. ficSinik Sinmrt of CWtTAlU COMTAKi; lilt NEW YORK. Thirty Years CASTORIA Ktact Copy of Wrapper. If You Need a Cultivator, get our prices before you buy. We can save you money. We cell thousands of them and we C. Williams was In Cincinnati hare never seen a better remedy for the the first of th week on butlness. bowels. Bold only by us, 10 cents. Milt Mary Dllen Farlle spent Init R. E. McRobtrts week with relative! in Jestamlne, Miss Cecil Bowling Is at home from K. C. W. Danville for the summer. ANY BODY CAN GET A HOME! Mr Smith Ilailghman of Stanford, Anj Good Man Can Get From One To ! was here Saturday dmonstrating the Ten Years To Pay For It. 1910 "Overland." Mis Mavme Lee Mallard will go to I have four first class farms, convlilt Lexington Sunday for a week-en- d taining about 1400 acres of Garranl to Mra. W. T. Woolfolk. jf County's best soil, which I will cut Inand to parcVls to Mr at! Mra M. 0. Kennedy suit purchasers, In amounts of Corbin from live acres to an entire farm. guetts, Mr and Mra Mention, motored to Crab Orchard Friday, and 310 acies, fertile aoil, on good pike, pent the day. two miles from a thriving village and Mr and Mra W. E. Dunn and Mr and 1) miles from one of the best graded Mra John Kilter, of Noblesville, Ind., schools in the State, conducted by four were the guests Tueiday or Mra E. II. experienced teachers, children conveyed Ballard. They are "touring" the Ulue to and from school at the expense of Grast region, having motored through the District; intelligent, cultured and hospitable people for neighbors, in two from Indiana. miles of High Bridge, where boating, and other methods of entertainment STANFORD are at hand. Five room residence, two tenant houses, 3 acre tobacco barn, 150 Phillips it able to be up acres in grass. Farm is Mn. II. D. near the pro-poiafter an illnett of several weeks. million dollar dam to be conMitt Belle Denny it visiting relative! structed on Kentucky river, which will and friendi In the Taint Lick section. furnish electric light for the entire coun Mrs W. It. HIce of Louisville has try. It can be divided irto three farms. The Buster Brown farm near Camp been the guest of Mra Susn B. Yeager Col. S. S. Harris has returned home Dick Robinson, 410 acres, five good after several days stay at Martinsville, barns, all new, splendid residence, thirtv foot concrete silo, concrete pools, Ind- lots of hemp, corn, and tobacco land. Mrs C. F. Garnett hat been confined Robinson Brothers farm contains 350 to her home for several days on account acret, one stocky barn, two tobacco of Illness. barns, seven room residence. Most uf Miss Lillian Mueller, who taught at this Is sand stone land and any farmer Morganton, N. C., is at home for the in Garrard county knows this kind of summer. land Is the land that grows the highest Miss Margarte Shanks is the guest of price tobacco, as well as corn and her aunt, Mrs. H. Klrby Ilourne at hemp. The evidences are on the farm to bear cut this statement. This farm New Castle. Miss Mary Early has been the guest is located on the Kemper Lane near Lexington pike. of Mrs. Ruitell P. Brown at Lancaster The Beazley farm, one and one half for a few days. miles from Lancaster, on Lexington No. Miss Lucile Cooper arrived home pike, 290 acres, good brick residence, Monday night from Fulton, Mo., where tobacco barn, stock barn, in reach of No. the has been teaching. the Lancaster Graded school. The soil Miss Mary Wa'den Gooch, who has is splendid, well watered and the farm No. oeen in Lexington visiting for several fronts one and one quarter miles on davs has retutned home. the Lexington pike. In easy reach of No. Muses Louise and Margis Lynn are town and the entire front can be used the guests of their uncle, John Lynn as building sites, which I propose to No. cut in any size to suit purchaser. and family in the country. No. I will exihange any of this property Hunn left last week Miss Elizabeth for Garrard county property at the No. for Frankfort to be with her aunt, Mrs same price I will sell for cash. If you II. C. LeCompte, who is ill. wish to exchange, come with yours Col. George P. Bright left Mondav priced as you would sell for cash. You No. morning for Pittsburg. Pa., to visit his can get this land just as cheap by ex No. daughter, Mrs, J. E. Johnston. change as by purchase if you desire to No. Georgetown this change your location. Joteph Hill Mr J. OPENING NIGHT THRILLING f REV. JOSEPH K. GRIFFIS, A White Child A Kiowa Captive Court Martialed Paleface Savage Deserter An Indian Soldier A Hunted Wanderer A Converted Savage "TAHAN" t Recaptured by Custer ? Escaped Military Prisoner Salvation Army Captain J Successful Clergyman A Widely Known Lecturer Lancaster Chautauqua June v ?4th-28- th Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE down a chick's throat curea few the 5 aim, A iraterdropa la and nuking cures prertnla cholera, diarrhoea andotherchlckdl.eane. One cue bottle makei II rallont of medicine At all Jrugirlata. ot Sample and booklet on Kuwlt" eent FREE. fttaiafy Co, tailartn, t Bourbon Sold by McRobtrts Drug Store and J. R. Mount, Son & Co. Time Table. Danville. Ky. North-boun- Southern Rail Road. Cincinnati Express, 4:30 dally 4 Spe 6:03 cial, daily 23 Blue Grass Special, dally except Sun.G:03 14 Carolina Special, 7:00 daily C Local Express, daily 1:35 2 Cincinnati Limited, 5:20 daily 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37 10 South-boun- a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m p.m, p.m. p.m. Rarring the unforeseen, each buyer of a new Ford car at retail between August 1914 and August 1915 will receive from $40. to $60. as a share of the Ford Motor Company's profits. The Ford cas is everybody's utility, because it is easily adapted to everybody's work or play. It is reliable; serves everyone and bring pleasure to An economy because it saves money an all. average cost of two cents a mile to operate and maintain. Runabout $440; Touring Car $490; Town Car $695; Coupelet $750; Sedan $975, f. o. 0. Detroit with all equipment. On display and sale at 5 11 1 Loca 1 Express, daily Royal Palm, daiiyll:20 11:05 a.m. a.m. Commencement Now these are iour as good farm' as week attending th there are in the county. If you have Exerciaea at Georgetown College. Misses Mary Lee and Martha Ewing been a failure in life, stay at home. Terhune, of Lebanon, are the guests of If you are the kind who never dreads any failures, I want to see you. These their aunt. Mra. T. V. Pennington. are live farms and want to see live and Dod men. Call on or write. Mra W. A. Tribble, James J. I. Hamilton, Lancaster Ky, roth Tribble are visiting her parents, Mr and Mra J. C. Picketts at Mavaville Miss Marion Grimes and brother. William Crimea have returned home from Lexington, where they have been attending school. Mra. S. J. Embry, Sr., and little grand-daughte- r. it at 5ecler, PHONE 27. gallard 8c Scott, BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. visit itornia Don't miss the wonderful oDDortunitv for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c Panama-California Pearl Embry are at Crab Orchard Spring spending a week or more. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Taylor and child Fads of French Women. Many society women In Paris keep ren and Mrs. Anna Bailey attended the Elocution Contest at Lancaster Monday dolls, and also top dogs and other animals, and Just before the death of evening. Caran d'Ache. the celebrated artist, Sallie Saufley of Knoxville.'.Tenn Mra both French men and French women guest of her son used to buy the wooden dolls which who has been here the G. L. he had designed, and which were usuH. It. Saufley and daughter Mrs. ally caricatures of notable people. Penny, returned home last week. Miss Minnie Rupley, who taught at SL Augustine. Fla.. and Miss Stella Center of Pilchard Fisheries. Hupley, who taught at Morganton, N Cornwall, the great fishing town of are at home to spend the summer England, Is the center of the pilchard with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. II. fisheries. The pilchard Is a very important food fish. About the middle C. Hupley. appears on the Cornish Mrs. E. J. Brown entertained the of July It coast in Immense numbers, and Is capmembers of the Hook Club and the tured In large quantities. The Osh Dixie Hook Club on Friday afternoon. beara a close resemblance to the herThere were about fifty present to enjoy ring, but Is rounder and thicker and the hospitality of this charming hos- the under jaw is shorter. tess. At the conclusion of the games delightful ices and cakes were served. New Orleans Lim11:35 a.m, ited, dally No. 13 Carolina Special, daily 10:15 p.m. No. 3 Spe 11:35 p.m. cial, daily No. 9 F lorlda Spe- 11:52 p.m. cial, daily No. 27 Blue Grass Special, daily except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m, Removing Tar Stains. , For rates, routes and information To remove tar stains rub the spot first with lard and then with soap. call upon or address M. J. Coughljn, Leave for an hour and then wash In agent; 'phone 34G. hot water softened with ammonia. If traces still remain, rub with turpentine. THE MADISON INCORPORVTEn GARAGE, Kentucky. Richmond, slsmV nave xasrea oyears. Stormproof ma fireproof all the while CCfl t. issssssssV . r J JU:n 7 i METAL SHINGLES w Are You a Woman? m Cardui The Woman's Tonic FOR SALE AT ALL DRU661STS .HK1 tmiaweianaorfvotyetnrant. Vse ihem anddo away with bills." koot repair 'in 1 in THE DURABLE R 4 C Local Contractors or Cortrigh! Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd St., Philadelphia. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Mayor A. B. Florence and Adam Pence have about completed the oiling Exposition Exposition San Francisco San Diego Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via of the streets of this city. A great amount of the oil wasted last week on account of the continued rains. It is thought that the 10,000 gallons of oil that was bought at first will not be enough to oil all the streets in this city, William Mobley and Miss Martha S. Haney, were married at the home of the bride on last Thursday even by Hev Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. Gill, Now Well "Thedlord's ia the A. R )ENHY. President J. aaaaaaaamBiaaV BIack-Drau- ht a STORMES. JI R. T JMBRr. Ass't Cashier. best medicine A. lever used." writes J. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. sJ Couthekn Railway Praraier CanWr of the South Ticket Asjtnt, Soutbtrn For full Information, Railway lor writ B. II. Todd, Dlitrict Pasten-gt- r Agent, Soutbtrn Railway, Loulavlllt, Ky, INDIAN REMEDIES II. Greer, pastor of the Methodist church. The bride is the daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Haney, while the groom is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Mobley. This couple has a host of friends and loved ones who wish them much happiness through life. George L. Carter, the father of J. M. and C. II. Carter, passed away at the home of J. M. Carter Tuesday morning after a bng illness. He was 83 years old. The deceased had been a resident of Lincoln county most of his useful life and a member of the Christian church. The funeral was conducted by of Liberty, Rev. J. Q. Montgomery after which the interment occurred in the McCormacks church burying ground. C. Steelman, olPattonville, Texas. "I suffered terribly with liver troubles, nd could get no relief. The doctors said I had consumption. I could not work si sit. Finally I tried BUSINESS. Registered Hereford Bull SEASON 1915. D. Cochran, Stormes. S. C. Denny, Samual Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Service $2.00 Cash. Two miles from Lancaster on the Richmond pike. WOOD'S BLACK-DRAUGH- R. T E. HENRY. vt' Slitssssl sltsssssssaaealsssssssF WSVsm bV aTsMIP" loonty Cout Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mondr. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello, 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4tb. Monday. W American Company Such as Springfield Fire and CAPITAL, 3,SOO,QOO,OU to iiMSUittt in a Leading II the Marine. MM DAKOTA JACK Cowbor TU UWLIY'J INDIAN hare mad Ma nam famous all over the United Stataa and Canada. Composed of Roota, lleiba. Bark and Berriea. Far treatment of Human Diseaaca, Treatment. St. 00 PuraWt Indian IIerba-- t3 JS Dakota Jack't Cowbor Unimeot 2(a Soap. Price 10a, bar Dakota Jack't Crarat .OX on axu AT Dr' Nrthitra oiaiNton CC J. L Storees and R. L McRocerti. or HB3 Circuit Court is atill ir. session here and very little business of importance has been before the court. The case of W. E. Goode against the Southern Railroad Company, for personal Injur-te- a was tried again here last week for the third time and a verdict of 12, 500 was rendered. Previous Judgements have been reverse by the Court of Appeals and It" Is understood that this Judgment will be taken to th Court of Appeals too. Several other cases of minor imdisposed of. portance have tad to my surprise, I got better, as well as any and am to-dman." Thedlord's Black-Draug- ht Is a general, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that has been regulating Irregularities of tss liver, stomach and bowsts, for over 70 years. Ost a package today. laslst o the E--70 gatwilna Thedford's. LTHOMAS & ELKIIN, Agents, The Ceviival Record 1000 Pony Coupons given with every subscription, New or Old. j W bn Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday June 10 19" The Big Sale positively opens at 9 o'clock, Rain or Shine next Saturday, June and closes Saturday Night July 3rd, 1915. 12th O'BRYAN BROS LOT No. 226 98cts. 8IGANTIC The Most Terrific Bargain Battle Of 21 ill 3V Even-hande- Big Sensational Days. When our doors open Saturday morning promptly at 9 o'clock, the greatest bargain feast of the year will be spread before you. The reasons of this great sale are so obvious as to make explanations absured, so we Will eliminate all "whys and wherefores" and get right down to the milk of the cocanut. We expect this to be the most successful sale of our store life. We have left nothing undone to make it so. With vast assortments of merchandise of G. M. LYONS, quality and lower prices than ever before, there can be no doubt as to the results. Gigantic Sale of Men and Boys Clothing. We have a large stock of Men's, Boys and Children's Clothing that will wear factory prices during our great Challenge Sale The goods are new: they are pretty and come from the best manufacturers. The customer who buys clothing during this sale will Come early make a positive money.saving investment. This, we know, is a strong statement; but we are fully only ask for the opportunity to prove it. No doubt you wo this: We Challenge any firm in this part of the State to co life of this sale. In offering and Launching this Tremendous Sale to the people it is very pleasant t remember the broad basis and honesty and fair dealing upon which this institution was founded, of which every Individual, though he was buyer or seller, formed an integral part. No man who knows what he is talking about, if he be honest, will say the management of this business ever mistreated a customer or employe, however humble. Every man, woman and child was given a square, fair deal. The strong received no more than their due, and d the weak no less; the rich what was theirs and the poor were not denied their own. justice was extended to one and all by G. M. Lyons, regardless of his place, position or power. Upon these lines and upon this basis this great sale is launched and will be conducted, giving the people of this entire section of the country an opportunity to buy up their merchandise at a tremendous saving. There is no reason why every man, woman and child in this section should not avail themselves of the chance to secure their portion of the extraordinary bargains to be found. -- Most Value Foi Boys' Knee Pants Reduced J or The Big Sale. Every wanted size from size 3 to 17 years, will be found here during this sale. All on sale at Challenge prices 50c Boys' Knee Pants on sale at only the pair 39c. 75c Boys' Knee Pants on sale at only the pair 69c. $1.00 Boys' Knee Pants on sale at only the pair 89c. $150 Boys. Knee Pants on sale at only the pair $1.19. and get best selection. One lot $10.00 Men's Suits going in Challenge Sale at $7.98. One lot $15.00 Men's Suits going in Challenge sale at $11.98. One lot $20.00 Men's Suits going in Challenge Sale at $14 00. One lot $25.00 Men's Suits going in Challenge Sale at $18.50 $2.00 Boy's Knee Pant Suits, on sale at only each $1.39. 2.50 Boys' Knee Pant Suits, on sale at only each $1.79. 3.00 Boys' Knee Pant Suits, on sale at only each $2.39 3,50 Boys' Knee Pant Suits, on sale at only each $2.79. 5.00 Boys' Knee Pant Suits, on sale at only each 33.98. Fountain. 81.00 Shirts 79c! 1.50 Silk Shirts Sl.'3. Trunks, Suit Cases and Hand Bags Reduced. A large line of each to select from, all sizes, prices and kinds all on sale at Challenge, prices 69c. to 19.45. That Shirt Department. Offers the choice of the entire line for selection. The many distinct patterns and styles will enable you to make See Our Big Stock of Shoes Our entire stock of Shoes, the largest in this part of th country, will wear factory prices during this great sale. Shoes bought at these prices are a better Investment than some money put in Huy your shoes now, you will never buy them cheaper Cold bonds. $1.75 Ladie's Shoes going In the Challenge sale at pair . ,',.$1.4b $2.00 Ladie's Shoes going in the Challenge Sale at pair. ... $1.59 $1.98 $2.50 Ladie's Shoes going in the Challenge tale at pair $2. GO $3.50 Ladie's Shoes going in the Challenge sale at pair . $2.93 $1.00 Ladle's Shoes going in the Challenge sale at pair .. Men's, Boys' and Misses' Shoes t Men'sOdd Pants Challenge Prices. Our oflerings in Men's Pants will appeal to everyone for they have the novelty to ihake them attractive to the eye. the quality to make them satisfactory in service the price lowness to command them to prudent purchasers. $1.50 Men's Pants goins in the Challenge sale at pair $1.29, 250 Men's Pants going in the Challenge sale at pair $'--' 19. 3.50 Men's Pants going in the Challenge sale at pair $2.49. 4.00 Men's Pants going in the Challenge sale at pair $3.19. 5.00 Men's Pants going in the Challenge sale at pair $4.19. a pleasing selection. 50c Men's Negligee Shirts going in this sale at each 39c. $1.00 Men's Negligee Shirts goinff in this sale at each 79c. Come and Bring Your Head. Men's Furnishings at Challenge Prices. You'll appreciate what a reasonable saving means when you see the low prices at which we are going to sell Men's Furnishings during this sale. 25c Men's Suspenders, Challenge sale price the pair 19c. 50c Men's Suspenders, Challenge sale price the pair 42c, Ties Challenge prices, each 39c. d 50c Men's Ties, Challenge prices each 19c d 25c Men's 81.00 Men's Work Gloves, Challenge price, pair 89c. 25c Men's Hose Suporters. Challenge price the pair 20c. Four-in-HanFour-in-Han- You can go barefooted and you can go bareheaded, but you cannot do either without exciting a great deal of comment. You had better take advantage of ourChallenge sale and buy your Hat now. One lot $1.50 Men's Hats flying in this sale at only 89c. One lot $2.00 Men's Hat Hying in this sale at only 81.19. One lot $2.50 Men's Hats Hying in this sale at only $1.98. One lot $3.50 Men's Hats (lying in this sale at only $2.98. One lot $5,00 Men's Hots flying in this sale at only 14.00. Keadymade Skirts at Challenge Prices. department the latest We have on display in our ready-to-weand most choice assortment of the season's leading and most effective styles, the hang, the fit, the tullness of the swing are all essentials, but to crown all we have the prices that will interest you. $3.50 $5.00 $7.50 $1.25 There is nothing like leather, but there arc several kinds ot Isathers. If a shoe is made and sold under guarantee u'f being nolid and put together in a workman-lik- e manner, you urc pretty well certain to get honest service In wear. Nothing but good, serviceable footwear in our stock. Every pair in the store an sale a special prices during this sale. One lot $2.50 Men's Shoes on special sale at the pair $1.4.S One lot $3.50 Men's Shoes on special sale at the pair $2.25 One lot $4.00 Men's Shoes on special sale at the pair... ....$3.00 $1.50 Hoys and Misses' Shoes, Challenge price, the pair,.. .$1.20 $2.00 Hoy's and Misses' Shoes, Challenge price, the palr....$l.tt $2.50 Hoys' and Mis:-- s' Shoes, Challenge price, the palr....$l.M Outings, Ginghams, etc., Reduced Here is where we save you money, when you take into consid eration that these article, are as staple as sugar and meat Head on: Sjlksat Challenge Prices. A rnzzling. dazzling surpreine occasion that discriminating women will be interested in. Come in on the opening day if possible as these Silks will not last long at these prices. All 50c Silks in Big Challenge sale at only the yard 42c. All 75c in Big Challenge sale at only yard 56c. All $1.00 Silks going in Big Challenge sale at only yard 82c Silks-going Ladie's Ladie's Ladie's Ladie's Skirts going in the Challenge sale at eacl Skirts going in the Challenge sale at each Skirts going in the Challenge sale at each Wash Skirts go in this sale at $2,411 ... fX'Ji $I.'J8 08 quality fiingham on sule at the yard Oood ipiality Percale going in tho big safe at thu yard 25c quality White Wool Flannel on sale at the yard 60 Wool Flannel Flying in this sale at only the yard.... 10c ft. .Hit 11' 21i 41' i HtKba A WORLD OF MEANING IN THAT WORD. It is the prefix of all the'wortl 'sgt Deiore attempting a lllglit. examines every part of his machine-lo- oks to his planes, ries "READY" This store stands today in that snine stale of readiness for the Big Sale. The h""! , lacking, nothing has been left undone. By n careful process of elimination we linve end V WW resentntlves planted in past weeks in the eastern mnrkets. Whnt vou And ntHMs stlre needs, from the least priced Merchandise that will give good service to the most beautiful uud highest grade money can bil . sHt WW C ry N TT W J r i i THIS TELLS NOT HALF THE STORY. through We've simply knocked the bottom out of the prices all trading done in any other store our stock. There will be mighty little during this sale, but we can't help it. If you are at all anxious to save till money you,ll be here when the trumpet sounds and you'll slay use. you've bought everything you can LsbbWH if We will have plenty of clerks to wajt on you during the big. Sale. Whole Store On Sale Come one, come all both short 2nd tall and get a pair of Overalls. IE ytodern Times. 1 SALE SILT RITE OVERALL 89cts. The Biggest and best. 21 Big Sensational Days. Remember newspaper space costs money. We cannot afford to go into long detail, ed descriptions of goods that are being sold at unmatched prices at this big Challenge Sale and hence these short, quick, hurry-u- p descriptions. Each and every item listed here is an cighteen-kara- t bargain of the highest order, told in a brief blunt way, minus all glided descriptions, and will appeal only to the' people who know. Watch the crowds, fall in line and come to the big sale, the real sale, Saturday, June 12th, 1915, at 9 o'clock sharp, at the store of G. M. LYONS. Notions at Challenge Prices. Our stock of small wares have given us the reputa tion of the cheapest to buy the many little 'hings needed. In this sale you can buy about two articles for the price of one. You ought to anticipate your wants for months ahead. Good quality Pearl buttons, Challenge price the dozen 4 ct: 10c quolitv Pearl buttons, Challenge price, the dozen 7 cts 25c. quality Side Combs. Challenge price, the pair, 19 cts 25c Ladies' Belts, Challenge price, each 10 cents 50c Ladies' Belts, Challenge price each 35 cents 5c box Wire Hair Pins, Challenge price, the box 4 cents 15c Can Talcum Powder, Challenge price, the can 12 cents 5c Quality Brass Pin9, Challenge Price, the paper 4 cents Good quality Safety Pins, Challenge price the card 4 cents $1.00 Ladies Hand Bags, Challenge price, each 89 cents Good quality Ladies Handkerchiefs. Challenge priceeach 4c 10c Ladies Handkerchiefs. Challenge price each G cents 25c Hair Brushes, special Challenge sale price each 19 cents Sansilk. all colors, Challenge price the spool 4 cents Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies r Least Money P prepared to back it up with the goods and prices, and onder why we call this a CHALLENGE SALE. It is simply ompete with the prices we are going to make during the Bear in mind, an inspection entails no obligation whatever; we warn you, however, of the irreslstable temptation that will confront you. You will agree with us that never before have such golden opportunities been known at this reason of the year. Every moduli is one that fashion has patted with approval. We want every man and woman who wonts to be well dressed, or who has the slightest inclination to be economical, to investigate this most unusual proposition. We know these are potent arguments to use in urging Ladies Muslin Underwear. $1.50 gowns, Challenge price $1.19 1'25 gowns, Challenge price 98 cents 1.00 gowns.Challengojirice 82 cents 50c gowns. Challenge price 42 cents 2.50 skirts, Challenge price S1.98 1.50 skirts. Challenge price 1.19 1 00 skirts, Challenge price 89 cents 75c skirts, Challenge price 42 cents 1.00 corset covers. Challenge price 79 cents 50c corset covers. Challenge price 42 cents 25c corset coverts, challenge price 19 cents 1.00 drawers, challenge price 79 cents 50c drawers, cha' lenge price 12 cents 25c drawers, challenge price 19 cents you to come, but we cannot be too emphatic. It is an opportunity so unusual, so phenomenal, that it behooves even the most careless of you to come and at tend this sale every day. Thousands of Dollars of the season's choicest grade of Merchandise to be offered at such tremendous reductions and to be sold to the people during this sile. The broadest guar intee in the whole of America covers every article: "Satisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded." Remember the date, Saturday, June 2 I We have a large nMortment which we are ottering at remark' ally low prices. Superb tailored garments of the highet character offered ut irresistible price. We want every lady in thii County to pay Ladies' Waists this department a visit during this sale. Special Offerings in Woolen Dress Goods In addition to our regular large sumik we have just received several hundred yards of beautiful new Woolen Dress Good that 1,1 v,"ry unusual price. To secure wVre going to offer th' he choicest patterns we advie you to come early. One lot Me Woolen, Dress (iood going in Challenge sale, 3Uc yard One lot 75c Woolen Dress floods going in Challenge sale, 59c yard One lot I. Woolen Dress floods going in Challenge sale, ?Jc yard All styles and colors Heatherbloom. Messalino und Silk. The largest line w have ever shown at any one time before all on sale at reduced prices for the big sale. ,71'c $1.00 1'etticoats going in the big sale at $1.50 Petticoats going in the big sale at 9s'c $2.50 Petticoats going in the big sale at $1.14 5.(10 1'etticoats going in the big sale at 1.93 Ladies' Petticoats at Challenge Prices An Unusnal Hosiery Sale. The best standard brands of Hosiery for inenwonien and children will be sold at ,a lower price than you have ever bought them for before. You cannot afford to miss it. Rend on; 10c ladies, mens and childrens hose. Special Sale, pair, Sets 25c ladies, mens and childrens hose. Special Sale, pair, 21c 50c ladies .ind mens hose on Special Sale at only 42 cents $1. Ladies fine silk Hose on Special Sale at only 89 cents Towels at Challenge Sale Price liuy them during this sale at special prices, you'll never buy them cheaper. Large size IlleSclied Hath Towels worth ISc. Challenge sate price, each ..12c Extra large size Iil?acned Hath Towels, worth 25c, on saW each 9-- Beautiful Millinery at Challenge Prices Heautiful women made more beautiful by wearing stylish 'ur itock of Hattern Hat are perfect modeU of the very latest accepted styles of lh- Eastern markets, our Millinery department resembles a llerist's in that every (lower and color Is represented. We have put a Challenge price on every Hat so lhatthose who need a Hat cun get the best for little money. Milll-TM- Large Huck Towels worth 15c, on sale ut only each 21c 11c Childrens White Embroidery Dresses. $1.50 virtue. Challenge Sulc ut $l.i9 1.2!) value, Challenge Sale at 98 cents 75e vnlue, Challenge Sale at 02 cents 30c value. Challenge Sale at 12 cents Children's Gingham Dresses. $1.25 value, Challenge price 98 cents 75c value. Challenge price 62 cents 50c value, Challenge price 4- - cents get busy. Come. All standard grades of Prints, Challenge price, the yd, 5 cts Extra good quality Cotton checks. Challenge price yd, 5 cts Yard wide bleached domestic 10c quality Challenge price 8c 33-igenuine Knights cambric challenge price, yard U cts LL yard wide brown Domestic, challenge price, yard 8 cents Good quality check gingham, challenge price, yard 8 cents 9- -4 bleached sheeting, challenge price, yard 22 cents 10- -4 bleached Sheeting, challenge price, yard 24 cents 4 Brown Sheeting, challenge price, yard 21 cents 10.4 Brown Sheeting, challenge price, yard 22 cents A visit to this department during this sale will reveal to you some wonderful saving opportunities. Get ready, Staples at Challenge Sale Prices. Ladies and Children's Ready to Wear Dresses 81.25 Ladies House dresses Challenge price 89 cents 75c Ladies house dresses Challenge price G2 cents 50c Bungalow aprons 12 cents. $10.00 Embroidery dresses Chnllenge price $7.98 7.50 Embroidery dresses Challenge price 5.98 5.50 Embroidery dresses Challenge price 3.98 4.50 Embroidery dresses Challenge price 2.98 greatest achievements. It means that tho very lust detail of preparation fur the Big Sale has been finished. The binlninn every screw, tightens every wire, tusts his motor, tries out his steering gear und at the supreme moment cries out lie llnnl preparations have been, made. We've examined every part of our store machinery. Nothing is weak, nothing U We have come into full blossom from the seed thnt our rep-- ) .iily for you only such merchandise as is positively authentic. What you find here will best serve all the family in all its HH be new? interesting und priced cheap for the Big Sale. Tho curtain rises next Saturday, June 12th, 1915 at 9 o'clock, You are Welcome. !S The private home, boarding houses and hotels, can make a decided saving on Table Linen, Napkins. Bed Spreads, 1'illow Cases, Sheets and other household necessities that we are going to close out at a very attractive price. All 50c Tablj Linen, Challenge sale price, the yard 42 cents. All 75c Table Lfnen, Challenge sale price, the yard 59 cents. All $1.00 Tablo Linen, Challenge sale price, the yard 89 cents. $1.00 Napkins, special Challenge sale price the dozen 89 cents. 1.50 Napkins, special Challenge sale price, the dozen $1.39 3.00 Napkin?, special Challenge sale price, the dozen 2.38 1.25 lied Spreads, going In the big Challenge sale each 92 cents. 1.50 lied Spreads, going in the big Challenge sale, each, $1.19, 2.50 Bed Spreads going in the big Challenge sale, each $2.29. 3.50 lied Spreads going in the Dig Challenge sale each $2.93 Opportunities For the Housekeeper. Lancaster Kentucky. Giant Bargains! Bargains Extraordinary! Don't Fail to Come on the Opening Day. Tell your Friends, They'll Thank You. 1 The most Stupendous Mercantile Event that has ever been exploited by onv Establishment in this Part of the State. COME COME ON THE OPENING DAY. Page 6 I The Central Record, Thursday June 10, AA AAAAAAAAA AAA i! AAA J, A A A A A ft CARDS "J OFFICE 44))4S AAAAAAA iHtiti AA A Coming Redpath Chautauqua Or. J. S. GILBERT. CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. Office Phone 69 Residence Phone KY. 41 5 Big 'A- LANCASTER. Two Concerts by Jaroslav Cimera and His Great Concert Band Vocal Solos Grand Opera Readings A Male Quartet Instrumental Solos Lectures Orchestral Music Magic and Mystery Instruction Humor Oratory Children's Night Inspiration Story Hours For the Children MMHHMHHMMBaHBHHHMHBHMMHiHiaaaaaaaHajaMMHHMMMMMHIHHMHMB Jv. IV. Slorrnw, Graduate Opilctat rittf.t. f.ll.l.ctlou !! lnrintrd Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. The season tickets purchased by the local committee and now on sale may be had while they last at $2.00. All season tickets thereafter will be $2.50 eactu John M. McRoberts. H. Lancaster Chautauqua June 24th to 28th. SOME TENNESSEE FOLKS Clay Kauffman, BUENA VISTA Miss Ethel Evans is visiting relatives in Danville. Born to the wife of Victor Ruble a fine boy. May 31. Mrs. Susan Dickersonut Uurginspent last week with relatives. Mr. John Ruble and family of Boyle Attorney-At-La- w TELL HOW THEY WON Blck ceoolo want to be well In a hurry. A great many, remaps most an. Illnesses have their beginning In derangements of the stomach and digestive tract. Mayra Wonderful Remedy starts In at the first dose to put stomach sufferers on the way to health. The first dose proves It It Is taken with success everywhere. Here are the words of two Tennessee people who have taken It: MISS CORA FISHER. 805 Saxon avenue, Memphis "Have taken your medicine and It workedllko a charm has removed quite a number of gall tones. It does just as you said It Ofllceson Danville Street over Post Office. Office Phone 31. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky Paint Lick, OrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. Phone 387-- BUCKEYE. KY. Prompt Service day and night. John fl. Casey, Graduate Office D. V. 31. Veterinary Surgeon. Cincinnati College. Veterinary at W. B. Burtcn's Sale Stable. Night Phone 211. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence V hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. Office Hour, ft'mj M. I. Benny and W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Offlct: Storme, Bnlldlmeier Hon fc And.r on-- i nrnllnre Stoic. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Rainey's - Livery Stable. -- Lancaster, - Kentucky HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in High-Class Monuments. Original Designs and Prompt Ser vice. Guaranteed Quality. Con nections at all Granite and Marble Office and Works on Quarries. Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays Telephone 164. Stanford, Kentucky. STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruitand ShadeTraes Our first offering of the remarkable Mammouth Pearl Potato Everything for Orchard, Lawn and were visitors here Sunday. Mr. P. Ruble of Sulphur spent Sunday with his son and daughter. Miss Mattie Clark has returned home from a pleasant visit in Lexington. Mr. John L. Cnristopher of I.exing COLDS AFFECT ton was with his father for the week. Mrs. J. W. Munday of Georgetown THE KIDNEYS was a guest of relatives here Sunday. would." Mr. M. J. Essenbock of Lexington Manj Lancaster People Hare Found This MRS. W J. WARD. Sparta. Tenn. "I can honestly recommend your rem- was a recent guest of Miss Mattie Clark To Be Tree. edy to all sufferers from constipation Miss Florence Christopher of Burgin Indigestion visited relatives the first of the week- and stomach troubles. seems a thing of the past with me." Are you wretched in bad weather? Mr. Wm. Proctor o Mercer spent Mayr a Wonderful Remedy gives per Does every cold settle on your kid manent results for stomach, liver and last week with his daughter Mrs. Will neys? Intestinal ailments. Eat as much and Scott. Does your back ache and become whatever you like. No more distress Mrs. J. W. Dismuke of Burgin has weak? after eating, pressure of gat In the stomach and around trie Heart, uetone been visiting her daughter Mrs. V. F. Are urinary passsges irregular and bottle of your druggist now and try It Ruble. distressing? on an absolute guarantee if not satisMr. Thomas C. Scott and bride of These symptoms are cause to suspect factory money will be returned. Harrodsburg spent Sundsy with J. E. kidney weakness. Weakened kidneys need quick help. Scott and family. Doan's Kidney Pills are especially Mr. and Mrs. J is. Christopher spent Hamilton Valley. the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. prepared for weakened kidneys. Lancaster people recommend them. Lane of Kingsvilte. C. T. Brummett, grocer, Crab Or Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Evans and child. Mrs. Fannie Lamb.is the guest of "Nearly ren of near Danville have been recent chard St., Lancaster says: Mrs. Wm Lamb this weak. every Spring I use Doan's Kidney Pills guests of relatives here. Mr. Robert Hammack was the truest to keep me in good health. During the Mr. Clarence Ruble and wife of Boyle of Mr. Jasper Hulette Sunday. winter, colds settle in my back and Co, have returned home after a pleas cause pains through my kidneys. Doan's Miss Ray of Buckeye was the guest ant visit with Mrs. V. S. Evans. Kidney Pills stop the pains and made of Miss Maggie CaJter last week. my kidneys normal." Mr. and Mrs. Longo Baker are rejoic Don't Price 50c, at all dealers. ing over the arrival of a fine baby girl HEALTHY HAIR simply ask for a kidney remedy get at their home. Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr Mr. and Mrs. Marion Underwood Co.. SOFT AND FLUFFY, Brummett had. were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin tops., Buffalo. N. Y. Sunday. Stinnett Beautiful hair does not just happen Mr. and Mrs. Edd Hoskins were the but is always u matUr of ore and! Indigestion and Constipation. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hulette proper nourishment of the hair roots. Saturday and Sunday. o matter if your hair is falling out. "About five years ago I began takMr. and Mrs. Robert Parson Jr., were stringy, lifeless, and full of dandruff, ing Chamberlain's Tablets after sufferthe guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Parisian Sage, an inexpensive tonic sold ing from indigestion and constipation by R. E. McRoberts is all that is ever It. F. Parson one day last week. for yean without finding anything to needed. It nourishes the hair roots and relieve me. Chamberlain's Tablets stimulates the growth of new hair. All helped me at once and by using them dandruff is entirely removed with one Gel Rid Of Your Rheumatism. lor several weeks I was cured oi tne application, and itching scalp and fall- complaint," writes Mrs. Mary E. Mc-- 1 Now is the time to get rid of your ing hair cease; your hair will be bright, Mullen, Phelps N. V. For sale by all rheumatism, fou can do it if you ap- vigorous, soft and fluffy. dealers. ply Chamberlain's Liniment. W. A. Wheather your hair is oily, dry or Lock hard. Homer C tv, N. Y., writes, brittle. Parisian Sage immediately reCOY "Last spring I suffered frcm rheuma moves the cause and by toning up the tism with terrible pains in my arms scalp quickly restores the hair to its and shoulders. I got a bottle of Cham- original brilliancy and vigor. Quite a number from Scotts Fork at This delightful tonic is a real neces- tended preaching at Pleasant Hill Sun berlain's Linirrent and the first application relieved me. By using one bot- sity ynd will not fail to give a lasting day. tle of it I was entirely cured." For benefit to your hair and scalp. Several from this place attended the sale by all dealers. Seniors play at Lancaster last Friday night. MARKSBURY Miss Lonie Clous who has been quite FONSO, sick with measles is some better at this Miss Elizabeth Simpson was a visitor writing. Miss Nannie Scott and little brother in Danville Thursdry. Mr. and Mrs. William Ray or Ilyatts-vill- e Messrs. Robert Fox and Virgil Ches-nu- t J. W. are visiting sisters in Danville. were with Mr. Porter Warren and motored to N'icholasville Sunday. family Sunday. Mrs. R. W. Palmer entsrtained The Mr. Edwards of Crab Orchard is Womans Aid Society of Fairview on Messrs Harmon and Hubert Rainey visiting Mr. Coins and family this week of Lagrange are with Mr. Luther Thursday. Mrs. J. W. Mahan is expected home Rainey and family. Mrs. Belle Henderson left Monday for a prolonged stay with friends and this week from Jellico where she has Mrs. Mat Folger of Somerset Is with relatives in Danville, Harrodsburg and been visiting relatives. her daughter Mrs. Walter Fain for a Lexington. Mr. John Royston and daughter Miss stay of several days. Misses Nellie and Dora Scott were Bettie were guests Saturday of Mr. Ike Mr. and Mrs. Phil McMlllian and week-enguests of 'their sister, Mrs. Myers and daughter. charming little daughter Roberta were Miss Geoigie Dunn who has been at the guett of friends in Boyle last week. J. C. Warmoth of Kirksv.lle. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Henderson and tending Bible College at Lexington reMrs. Beatrice Johnson and daughter little son, James Kinnard, were in turned home Monday for the vacation. Anna Campbell, of Lancaster, spent Sunday Richmond for the Baptist Mr. Tom Chesnut, Misses Mary Ches- - last Tuesday with Mrs, Eliza McMlllian School Convention which was reported nut and Minvel Bogie will go to Lex Our Sunday School is still progressing ington this week for the dedication of nicely. Let everyone come out and help as a great success. the new Baptist church. Mr. Bud Wright, former resident of make It the best one we have had for was Boyle Co., but now of Richmond, Miss Minnie Royston returned home years. a recent visitor of friends and relatives Monday from Lexington, where she has Holman J. the handsome little son of here and gave the particular! of the been under treatment for her eves Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMlllian was death of his little son, Johnny who under Dr. Smith. While thre she was with his Mr. and Mrs. died very sudden on Tuesday last from the guest of Mrs. N. H, Bogie. John Ray last week. of measles. The the after effects A very happy event was the surprise Mrs. Eliza McMlllian and Miss Peachie death of this babv boy was a severe birthday celebration at the home of Mae Sanders were with friends and shock to all who knew and loved him. Mrs. Fannie Pollard on June 3rd when relatives in Nicholasville last week and all of her children, seveteen grand attended the commencement exercises. and a children, one Foster-Milburn d grand-parentn few friends came to celebrate her birthday all bringing well tilled boxes and baskets and ices of different kinds. The dinner was served in the yard and an old family servant who had served years was tne family for twenty-fivalso present and helped serve the din net. A picture of the four generations was taken by Miss Ida Mae Bourne, Mrs. Pollard was the recipient of many useful presents, and her many friends join with her children and grand child ren In wishing her many more happy birthdays. e BUCKEYE Mr. Mai Carter had a valuable horse (o die last week. Misses Barbara Gulley, Minnie and Lonle Brown spent last Thursday night with Miss Ha Hill. Mr. and Mrs. I.oyd Sanders and son W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Olllce Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33, Burnette spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bradshaw and children were with her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. 0' Hill Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Robert Long and son Willie P. Mr. R. W Sanders and Mr. Abe Burton motored to Richmond Monday on busi- Director and ness. Mr. Hugh Kurtz. Willie Ray, Dr. McWilliams. Mrs. Hiram Ray and Mrs. Nora Tester motored to Islington Monday. Mrs. Nora Teater and daughter Sallie Lou. Ethel Ray, Mrs. Robt. Long, Frances and Willie P., Mr. and Mrs. Forest Calico and children. Miss Nettie Ray and Ottis Ray spent Sunday with Mr. Ambros Calico and family. ORGANIZED 1SS3. c$e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. Capital $50,000. B. F. HUDSON. President W. Surplus $45,000. I J. J. WALKER. Vice Prest 0. OFFICE OF FISCAL COURT P.iGNrr, Ass't Cash'r Joe J. Walker, W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. Jr.. Book-Keep.- OF GARRARD COUNTY. Sealed proposals 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 and 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 file 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 Treasurer lor 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 required to furnish a bond of an equal amount of contract for the faithful performance of the work in accordance with the aforesaid plans and specifications. All work to be done under the direction and supervision of the Commissioner of Public Roads. By order of Ftocal Court of Garrard County. J. W. Hamilton County Clerk of Garrard Co. By E. M. Walker, D. C. s i Is the very backbone of every successful business. S regard your cooperation as a n.cessaiy factor in our success. We hope you speak a good word for us if we give you good service. If you find our service lacking in any respect, you will confer a favor upon ua by telling US. It is our business and our pleasure to improve our system wherever we find a weak spot. 4 Cholera, Capes, Llmberneck, Roup, Canker, """" Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry :s".aD.:.a.T 1IWDlMKr.,iln cWk ImmajJ. Ill, it Iml ptrakr. kv4m tUUl .. wtmi," tUcwn tiialk. warm ud ti "O.JmJK. 1 1 9 pjjw . I sruuiury luiucn nuuectt n 1 M 1$ Hk44 rJ-M k. Hf. atd Gumma1 by J. bit Crasu, Barbtswa, ly. OLD BY 441 1 Met JOc at all Draftlm. rM R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. Lancaster, Ky, 7 In the midst of the clay's hard work; when the body wearies and the mind lags then you need si '.$25 i'LOO L. No 10; & N. a. m. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & 0 to Lexington & Frankfort. Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71: 8:35 a. m. To Rowland at Rowland, L & N to all Stanford connecting points South For it refreshing, invigorating, stimulating. It aweepa away fatigue of mind and body and makes your work seem easier and your hours shorter. No 28; 11:01 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & & Here. There. EverywKena if Beattyville, Lexington Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. For An Impaired Appetite. To improve tne appetite and strengthen the digestion try a few doses of Garden. Mr. J. H. Chamberlain's Tablets. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Seitz, of Detroit, Mich., says: "They restored my appetite when impaired, & Sons. relieved me of a bloated feeling and caused a pleasant and satisfactory Lexington, Kentucky. movement of the bowels." For sale by 1915 all dealers. 1W1. palion, let us say that if When Our Advice Is:' you led out of sorts from eonstl- -, H.F.Hillenmeyer do not relieve you, boo a physician, because no other home remedy will, gold only by us, 10 coats. R. E. MoRob.rU , . No 27; 2:00 p. m. "I have tried various colic and diarrTo Louisville, connecting at Lebanon hoea remedies, but the only one that Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling has given me entire satisfaction and Green, and at Bardstown Junction to cured me when I was afflicted is Cham- Bardstown & Springfield. berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea No 9; 8:42 p. m. Remedy, I recommend it to my friends To Stanford, connecting with fast at all time," writes S. N. Galloway, Stewart S. C. For sale by all dealers. train to Bristol & Atlanta. Only One Entirely Satisfactory. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with train to Cincinnati. fast When you're tired just tay, "PARFAY." Lancaster Bottling Works, Exclusive Distributors. to rentral Record, Thursday June 10 1915. 4 Page 7 HI If Tested 365 Days Is 1 A Year. n I I 1 I 1 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 i IS I I ill The JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. CORRECT APPAREL POR WOMEIN Miss Mary Early of Stanford Is here visiting Mis Russell Ilrown. Miss Sarah West, of Midway, is n guest at the Simpson House. Miss Nino Hamilton uf Louisville Is here visiting Miss Minerva Cox. i D I SEE THE John Deere Binder before you buy. The lightest draft and most durable Binder made. We absolutely guarantee that you can get repairs for it. Gossip About People vvv A Brief Htndon of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Arc .'nttreited In. JOHN DEERE & OLIVER CULTIVATORS By Test The Best Made. Mowers nnil Rnk cs. Plenty of Binder Twine. J. E. Mount, Son & Co. A WELCOME VISITOR. where it ii known, is a box of our sparkling ginger air, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If you have not yet tried any or all ot them you don't know what a fine treat you have been milling. Don't keep on and Hallie Drown. milting It. Order a box Misa Mary May Walker of l'aint Lick commence enjoying yourself. spent Commencement week with Miss Margaret Cook. Mrs. John Shackelford and interest ing children leave shortly for a stay in Phone 202. Columbus Ohio. to-d- Attorney Green Clay Walker is in Shelbyville on special business. Dr. W. M. Eiliott wa in Louisville last week for the Medical S ciety. Miss I'earl Soper ot Lexington is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Soper. Miss Othio Shearer of Monticelio la here for a visit to Miss May Powell, Miss Jennie Dickerson of Itichmond was with Miss Minnie Gulleyforashort visit. Mist Ilessie Shugars of Richmond was the guest on Saturday of Miss Martha Hettis. Mist Ella Thompson of Danville cam this week for a visit to her cousin Miss Lancaster tling CO. Diaw II Bot- Mrs. Harold Oldham of Richmond Is the guest of her parents Judge and Mrs. C A. Arnold. Check Rev. and Mrs. C. II. Greer of Stanford were here Saturday for the Sunday School Convention. Meadames V. A. Lear and S. D. Cochran were in Stanford to ae their sister. Mrs. W. S. Fish. Mr. and Mrs. John Iioner of Camp Kelson were guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith. for the money you ov e and note how much more res- pectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has nn account at the Garrard Bank & after Mrs. Mattle 1'. Krisbie is at home a 2 week visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. Trice of Danville. Trust Co. a They know he la doing business In a business lfk way. Uetter open uch an account even If your atfalra are not large. They will grow all right. Mr. It. It. Denton of this county has been in Stanford for a visit to his daughter Mrs. W. S. Fish. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company . iffiEfSfiyM'BjgiJ srgiiiSiiJrliJSIiiS WMMmE, SAVES PAINT YOUR CAR YOURSELF Thousands of No experience needed. car owners have1 successfully repainted cara with the ARSENAL SYSTEM. All colors. Enamel $25. TO $75. Try OurMohair Top Dressing Your Own Lamps With Liquid Gun Metal. 1 11 Lustre undimmed by heat, tay on. STORMES DRUG STORE, Uncasttr, Ky. THE QUEEN OF THE Kitchen will tell you that It is Just as essential to have GOOD Coal as It is to have good things to cook with in preparing a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of good coal at a fair price. Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g Go We give Automobile Tickets on every $ J . worth Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Coleman of lioyle county were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. lirown. W. It. Hurton, Misses Nancv Walker. Edna and Martha Kavanaugh were the vacation from Indianapolis, where she taught in the D. and D. Institute. recent visitors in Lexington. eat W. U. Mason Jr., of Central UniverMiss Anne Hickman of Flemimrsburg sity, Danville, was at home Saturday has arrived and is the guest of Mrs. U. F. Walter and daughter Miss Kathleen Hi and Sunday with his parents. John I'owell of Kansas is here to Walter. Miss Lillian Drew, of Chicago, is the spend the summer with his sisters Misses May and Annie I'owell. attractive guest of her aunt, Mrr. G. and cousin Mrs. A. D. Mrs. J. I. Engle and little son Wm. M. Patterson Robert, of Lexington, are guests of Kirk. Jr. Mrs. R. S. Ilrown and daughter, Miss Miss Agnes Miles of Uuckeye. Drown, of Paris, Ind., are here Miss Mamie Uastm U at home with Jennie for a visit and to witness th grad 11. liuatin her parents. Mr. und Mrs. A. uation of Miss Nora. from the Cincinnati Art School. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ashley and Mrs. J. II. Dean of liryantaville is beautiful little daughter, of Richmond, with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles at are with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Uuckeye for a visit of several days. L. Sanford for a visit. Mrs. 0. U. Terrlll of Fleming Ky. Rev. J. Rockwell Smith, Messrs arrived Tuesday night for a visit to Waller Hudson and Lewis Gill were In her parents Mr. und Mrs. Jack Adam. Danville Tuesday night for u meeting Mrs. Samuel Cotton and son Wallace of their college fraternity. and Mr. and Mrs. James I. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Herndon and motored to the city of Lexington pretty little daughter, Annie May ot Louisville are guesta of Captain Wm. Mrs. Marshall K. Denny and little Herndon and daughter Miss Annie. ion Iteqttie will leave shortly for a Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith and little visit to Mr. and Mrs. Charlea in Fork daughtera Julia and Charlotte are at Ridge, Tenn. home from a visit to Mrs. Smith a Mist Delia Denny of Stanford is here parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fox of for a visit to her cousin Mrs. Robert Danville. Walker or Faint Lick and other GarGeoree Faris Jr. the bright little son rard relatives. of Dr. and Mrs. George Faris, of Misses Detsle and Sarah McKee Denver Colorado, has arrived for a Urewer, of Lebanon are here for a visit visit to hia aunts, Misses Martha and to Mesdamea 0. T. Lav ton and J, Helen Gill. Rockwell Smith. Mr. Harvey Estea, wife and hand Mr. Rhodes Shackelford and mother some young ton, returned to their home of Richmond motored to Lancaster Sun- In Georgetown, last Saturday, after a day and were guesta of Mesdames H. two weeks visit to their parents, Mr. Clay KaulTman and John Shackelford. and Mrt. S. II. Estet. Mist Lillian Kinnalrd it at home from Mrt. Mattle Uaughman, of Danville, a protracted stay In Louisville, and it Mettri W. A. Hiatt of Lexington and receiving congratulation from her Matthew Moore of Richmond were here many frlendl on her Improvement in Thursday for the funerul of the Itte Mrs. Rebecca Wett. health. Mrs. H. W. Dowers of EldoradoArk. Miss Lucille Dean of Marcellus has will arrive next week for a visit to her returned home from Lexington where YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, parents Mr. and Mrs. Solon D. Henry. she haa been attending Morton High School for the past ten months. Miss Miss Nina Durnnlng and Mr. Orval Durnnlng of Decatur III., are here for Dean was one of the seven young ladies a visit to their relatives Misses Rachel who were awarded by the Faculty of Pot flowers of all kinds for sale at. the school the most coveted "H" for and Ella Henry. Miss Mattie Estes. excellent work in the Athletic field. Miss Ella Rigner of Hustonville is Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor, and Mrs. The M. L. II. S. Dasket Dall Team of with Miss Katharine Uourne for a visit. Anna Uailey of Stanford were in Lan- which she is a member, having the Let "The Puritan" prepare your Mesdames J. S. Johnson, Sr., and W. caster Monday ' evening for the honor of winning twelve of the sixteen auto and picnic lunches, A. I'rice were visitors in Danville, Declamatory contest. hard fought games played with neighMonday. 1- -2 5 1- -2 per Miss Margaret Morrow returned for boring towns, during the season. per d. Miss Lena Glenn of South Carolina is the the vacation to be with her parents Years 5 here for a visit to Misses Minnie and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Morrow after a Loans made on sl estate. Nora lirown. successful year as teacher in a D. & D. If you YANTIS. need cheaper money on long time, see John Mcltoberta vas in Danville college in Columbus Ohio. The funeral of Dr. W. A. Yantis, me about It. Tuesday night in attendance at the Miss Jennie Washburn who has held G. U. Swinebroad, was conducted at the First Christian Carnival hop. a lucrative position as teacher in Fitz Lancaster, Ky. Church Thursday .afternoon. Rev. J. Miss Mattle Adams, of Sharpsburg, gerald Ga., for several years came Murray Taylor of Memphis Tenn., grand-mothMrs. Wednesday for a visit to her sister, former pastor had charge of the seris visiting Her OIL, OIL, ATTENTION Mrs. T. J. Price and Mr. Price. Nochie McGrath. vices, assisted by Rav. C. M. Reeves, pastor of the First Methodist church, Miss Mattle Lulz and Mr. John Cook Messrs Carl D. Acton, Robert H. FARMERS. of London are the guests of Mr. and Tomlinson and Ector Lawson, three of and Rev. W. C. Wood, pastor of the I can save you money, can fill your Mrs. J. R. Cornn. Lancaster's most popular and promising First Daptist Church. The unusually large assembly bespoke barrel, or sell you an A. No. 1, young men, are at home from State Mrs. Fred Neighbors, of Louisville, the high esteem in which this aged steel barrel with faucet, 50 gallon College, for the summer vacation. is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H, citizen was held. The music was fur- capacity, at a low figure, and fill same Uourne for a visit. Misses Edna Derkele, this year's nished by a chorus of representatives with the best oil at low prices, saving Mrs. Anne Robinson has returned graduate at Hamilton College, and from the city choirs, and the hvmna you from $1 to $2. from a visit to her sister, Mrs. James Bernie Lear, and Mr. Frank Tinder sung were those to dear to the hcait sf If you cannot make arrangements of Transylvania University, Lexingtor, Dr. Yantis, "Nearer My God to Thee" through your merchant, call or phone Francis of Faint Lick. are here for the summer vacatiSn. "Jesus Lover of My Soul" "Shall We Standard Oil, Agent, Miss Lula Ridgwsy Gilbert, of J. W. Sweeney, . Miss Chastine Rucker, Misses Ora, Gather at the River" and "Oh, Think Prospect Tenn., Is visiting little Miss Phone 152. Lancaster, Ky. Emma and Ethel Estridge of Paint of the Home Over There". Effie (Uaby sister) Caneer. The active pall bearers were five Lick were here for the Commencement Miss Martha Urashear, of Cynthiana, exe.cises and formed a pleasant house-part- young men who had been drug clerks spent Commencement week with her FARM FOR SALE. at tue home of Miss Mattie under Dr. Yantis and one a traveling sister Miss Susie Urashear. salesman who had sold him drugs for Adams. Farm containing 96 acres, three miles a number of years. The many handMisses Katie Lynn and Sarah Woods, Mr. Flemming Cummins, wife and some floral designs were borne by six north of Lancaster on the Lexington of Stanford, are here for a visit to two attractive young daughters have physicians, as honorary pall bearers, pike, well improved with good stock Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Swinebroad. returned to their old home about C who had been closely associated with bam and all necessary out buildings, with never failing springs and splendid Mrs. II. J. Mc Roberts and daughter. miles south of here. After residing in Dr. Yantis during his business life in young orchard in full bearing. The Miss Anne Davis, of Stanford were Kissienee, Florida tor about 2 years Paragould Ark. residence contain ten rooms, with bath wish Lancaster relatives Tuesday. they wisely decided no place equalled The service was simple, but most ... . This t, i, .... impressive, which was in keeping with and other modern conveniences. JUT. w. Divers oi norse r iave "Old Kentucky". has been mostly in grass for the past the life of this unassuming citizen, the 14 came Wednesday and was the guest for Mrs. It. E. McRoberts gave a dinner years and is now ready to grow a few days of Miss Katie Simpson. party Tuesday in compliment to Mrs. atmosphere permeated with loving hemp or tobacco. Sixty-fiv- e acres in sympathy. Mr. Charlie Dunn, who has been at John Shackelford who left this week bluegrass, the balance in clover and The grief stricken wife, four children, tending school at State College, Lex- for her new home in Columbus, Ohio. meadow. The desirable location, ferand one' great tility The invitation list included only a few twelve grand-childre- n ington, is at home for the vacation. of the soil, makes this a most grand child present, accompanied by intimate friends of the honoree. desirable home, or further particuMiss Mary Elmore is at home for the many sorrowing friends wended their Miss Elizabeth Collier of Middlesboro way to Lynwood cemetery where this lars, apply to summer months from Paintsvllle, wltn Alex West. Lancaster Ky. her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elmore is visiting her aunt, Mrs U. D. Simp- faithful soldier of the cross was laid 3 son and daughter. Miss Collier will go to rest. Mr and Mrs W. K. Warner of Stan ford were here to witness the Senior from here to Richmond for a course at Call 202, "The Puritan" and have Play "Mose" at the school auditorium. the Normal Fchool. She has accepted GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT a position as teacher in the Pineville your drinks delivered. Miss Angle Kinnaird is at home for Graded School for the coming term. Albert Huffman's Adm'r Plaintiff, . 5 i, J Mrs Robert Harding, Misses Mar garet Harding, Margaret Roberts, Dora Harris, Adell Harding and MrChiblthes of Danville and Mr and Mrs Middleton, Misses Ilessie Miller, Julia Higgins and Mr Fletcher West of Richmond were here at the opening of "The Puritan" last Friday. The many friends of Mrs. Lena Rigney Durnside will be much gratified to hear that she continues to improve, since her recent critical illness. Her condition is iuch that the atten ding physicians have considered it safe to dismiss the trained nurses that have been is attendance at her bedside Mr. George T. Mason, of Chicago, who is under promise to make an early visit to his venerable mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mason and brother, W, D. Moson, writes that he may not be able to be with them for some time, as ha is in a state of ill health, having al- Uncommon Orchids. ready submitted to several surgical operations und fears that another may be necessary. Misses Rachel and Ella Henry and guests Miss Durnning and brother of Decatur III, motored to Lexington, Shakertown and High Uridge Wednes day for an outing. Thit it 'the first visit Mr. Durnnlng and his sister had made to Ky, and having heard so much of the beauty and scenery of the Ulue grass state they were quite enthusiastic over Its many attractions. &Irs. John M. Farru who has been quite ill at her home in the touth tuberbt It improving to the gratifica Mrt. Sallie tion of her friends. who haa been III for tome time it not to well and her family are quite anxious about her. Mrt. D. M. Lackey who was upon the tick list for a number of weekt It better and gradually gaining In strength. Mrt. II IT. Hudson who hat alto been classed with the tick Is recuperating. Albert Huffman's Heirs, Defendants. All persons haying liens or claims against the estate of Albert Huffman deceased, are notified that I will on th 18th and 19th of June, 1915, in my office in the Central Record Uuildlng, in Lancaster, Garrard County, Ky., be ginning at the hour of 9 o'clock, A. M., sit for the purpose of hearing proof LANCASTER GENERALLY upon any claims against the said estate HEARD FROM and all persons are hereby notified to file their claims against the said estate at said times are same will be barred. In Competitive Contests. W. II. Urown. In the Popularity Contest now being Master Commissioner G. 0. C. conducted by the Louisville Courier Journal, ten handsome automobiles as well as a number of other valuable prizes are to be awarded, Lancaster Is not absent from the list, the following young women of this city having their For Infants and Children names included in the competition: In U For Over Years Misses Hallie lirown, Joan Mount. Janie Terrill, Mary Reld and Mrs. Katie Always bears the Conn Tinsley. Signature of In the Stanford Interior Journal Contest In which a fine piano, and tours to the Panama Exposition, Niagara rails and Mammoth Cave are among the most desirable awards, the competitors likewise include a number of LUNCHEON Lancaster women, Misses Stella Dawes. Llllie May Sutton, Lillis Jones, Katie Hamm and Mrt. and Stella Perkins being enlisted In the I. J. columns, Mlsset Comely and Dawes according to recent reporis being In the COOLING DRINKS lead in a "neck and neck" race. The scorpion orchid which grows In Java Is not by any means common In this country. A great many very odd Bbapea and colors are found In the orchid family. Hundreds ot them grow only In tropical countries hidden away from the tracks of man. VS. NOTICE FOR CLAIMS CASTORIA 30 Comely-Florenc- e 'What Is the Best Remedy For ,) may i bo had at the Constipation? This Is a question asked us many timet) each day. The answer is Shop Danville, Perfect Iacorportttd Kentucky. Vt guarantee to you. Bold only them to be satisfactory by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRabsrtt Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday June 10 t i ft, COOPER Ml TMUC OF LOUISVILLE DRUGGIST IRESULTS PLEASE DIG LEXINGTON DRUGGIST. Now Taking PART AGREEABLY SURPRISED Our $30,000 Worth 01 Tanlac COOPER EXPLAINS TMLAC blo- IhU bt.dlDS It lot in eioln-l- t ot our farmer snbtertberi, agil li lof iht sale of itoeii ciain and inch tbtnis on farm at las larmer cannot afford to' a.lrer-tlx- . wilt b. accepted air lour No nolle (Jdm, and will btonlrln too Ittoet of lb roan. chars aao Sold In Many Prominent Kentockiais Tanlac. - m Ninelj,DijJ. PROFITS WITH POOR KENTUCKY. DOES NOT DESIRE GREAT RICHES. "The demand for the preparation has In all of my twenty years experience in the drug business, t e For xtra good ycung jersey I have neve seen anything that equals cow, calf 4 weeks old. J. W. Mahan, It. Says Suscess Of Premier Preparation in Kentucky is Ma'rksbury, Ky, "Tanlac Man" Distributing Thousands of Loaves of "I can only account for the great de mand for this preparation by the fact J. A. Bratton nf this city has a good Due Fact that Remedy Contains Real Bread to Charitable Institutions of Louisville that it Is a good medicine. That is riJIng cultivator he will proven by the numerous statements sell cheap. from those who have tested, ths medl. Bottles and State More than is Result of Years of cine anu are now convinced or Its exYou Can Enjoy Life cellent merits. The public has evidentCat what you want and Dot be troubled Premier Preparation Sold in Experiment on Part of Most ly not been slow to appreciate the with Indigestion if you will take a Tanlac merit. Dyspepsia "Practically $20,000 worth of Tanlle Louisville in .Eight Famous German Chemhas been sold and distributed through before and after each Beat. Soil only my store within the past few weeks r. Weeks. ist in this Country. by us 25o a box, r Such a demand is .most certainly un precede n ted. R. E. McRoberts "My association with Mr. Cooper and the agency for Tanlac has been very Mineral Water Imports. pleasant I therefore take pleasure in This country Imports mom than million gallons of mineral water in commending Mr. Cooper and his very three every year, mostly from Germany. Its excellent preparation." value Is nearly one million dollars. Tanlac is sold in Lancaster by R. E. Oldest Street Gar Employe Testifies McRoberts and in Bryantsville by Pat Lally, Inspector for Becker, Ballard Scott. HI Psrtlnsnt Question In Reply. Louisville, Ky., June 9, 1915. "If 1 ments, which compose Tsnlac are Louisville. Ky.. June 9lh 1915. most prevalent rorms of disease in the Louisville Street Kailwav Company "Sir, love your daughter! She Is all have been successful with Tanlac." gathered from many remote sections In the history of Louis- Kentucky today. There are thousands and an employe of that firm thirty Never before I the world to me. and" said L. T. Cooper. "It is because the) of the earth, the Alps, Appenlnes, live my consent how soon "I'm! It ville has the sale of a proprietary of Kentuckians suffering from this seven years, has this to say about will you txv j Pyrenees, finer Pilot Tells of Anita of Relief. preparation contains real merit. Russian Asia, Jamaica, gln thinking that the world's total of trouble who aie unaware of what their Tanlac, the premier preparation: the medicine reached father Tanlac is the result of many years Brazil, West Indies, Mountain States owes you a living!" the amount of Tanlac purchased in this ailment Is." "I have suflered from stomach principal I near the Rockies, Asia Minor, I'eisia. Louisville, Ky.. June 9th 1915, of arduous study by mv "People who are nervous and irri trouble, which developed gradually city within the last few weeks. t ..i.f.-, i Capt. T. J. Oatman, one of the old- chemist, in fact, the two of us have: Russia,. .India, England. France. Ger More than 30.000 bottles of this mm- nave imperiect digestion, stom- - into a general debilitated condition. . . ... Instead of Enamsl, river pilots in carefully watched its deveiopement man, jieiico, uoiumoia and t'eru are premier preparation have been sold in ach disorders, lack energy and ambi- had indigestion, and my food didn't est and Kitchen shelves painted white are Louisville,, who resides at 303 South from the beginning of the experimental among the points from which by tion, feel melancholy and discouraged, the snuch eaaler to keep clean than If . the last eight weeks In Louisville taste quite right. When I got up in Drug Company and suffer from backache and headache. the morning I had a disagreeable taste Sixth street, adds his testimony to the testa of its present high state of ef- principal properties of this remarkable merely covered with paper. Instead the Taylor-Isaac- s medicine are obtained. personal poor memory, unsound sleep, irregular in my mouth, was constipated, there hundreds of others in Louisville who ficiency. of covering the paint with a coat of associate stores, under the 'Ever and anon, someone suggssts In the principal laboratory of the enamel aa a finish, a coating of thin, direction of Mr. L. T. Cooper", the circulation, pallid complexion and who was a fullness in my head, and I had have gained relief by the use or Tanlac. something that may tend to better our Cooper Medicine Company, Inc., under hot starch does as well. Is Ineipen-slve- , Capt. Oatman said: are susceptible to coughs and colds are no desire for breakfast. Tanlac man. least and III unquestionably suffering with catarrh "I have afflicted with stomach dis conditions, whether it may appertain to the efficient direction of Iterr Joseph so saya someonenot wash off, at It. The success of Tanlac in Louisville 'I was tired all the time and pulled bo has tried our health, our business, or our Von Trimbach, a native German chemist although it was exDected to be as great and kidney and liver trouble. The prin- - myself through my day's work with orders and catarrh many years. My sociological . ! ! rr. : state. It has therefore. these medicinal herbs, barks, and here as it has been in other large cities ujiu iiiuuui w laniac is to correct the greatest effort. As soon at I had condition became so serious that I lost been my pleasure this time to offer to flowers, are assembled in the rough and Delia for Society Women. my appetite, foods of a solid nature surpassed that very trouble. of the "United Slatea-h- as taken a half bottle of Tanlac 1 began In Vienna a regular trade Is done In painstakingly developed so as to obtain "Severe stomach, kidney and liver improving. When I awaken in the always causing great discomfort and the world Tanlac. extravagant expectation of the most 1 came to Kentucky 1 stated elegaotly dressed dolls that are pur "When of that high standard of efficiency pains in the abdomen. Mr. Cooper, local druggists and all troubles often sre caused by catarrhal mornings I feel refreshed. My appe "My catarrh also became worse, and that the success of Tanlac would be as ahown by the uniform preparation of chastd by society omen. These dolls persons familiar with thedrugbuslness. Inflammation of these organs. The con uie also is good and my lood agrees are carved by hand after models by great in this State aa it has been else Tanlac. Men and women from all walks of stant coughing up of munis, sniffling, with me. That tired feeling has left every damp, cool morning I would get wall known artists, and they often where. I offered Tanlac on its merits. life are imong those who have tried dropping from the nose and pains in me and I am buoyant and feel like a up with a choking sensation in my Knowing full well in sterilized bottles, mad expressly fetch as much aa SIS each. Their costhat it would prove throat and a fullness of my head. I Tanlac and who have been benefited by the ears, throbbing, headaches, pains new man." lor tne purpose. Tanlac is placed, label-e- d tumes are beautifully made, and do satisfactory If properly tested. in the pit of the stomach, side and and cartoned. its use. The preparation Is two are alike In fart and figure. Many Tanlac is sold in Lancaster by K. E. coughed up mucus and went about is true thatthedemand forTanlae sniffling most of the time. loss of appetite, no ambi-tio- McRoberts and in Bryantsville inspected again, and then crated for of tbeae handsome toys are exported Bankers, lawyers. Judges and drugby has been large, but no larger than I ex"I tried Tanlac and found it was. the depression of spirits and the con- Becker. Ballard & Scott. sbirment to points over the world to America. gists are among the vast number who ' stant contracting of colds best thing I had done in many years, pected. Kentucky is only awakening to where tne demand requires. are now using Tanlac. are characas it helped me from the first dose. the appreciation of a full value of such e Swift to Lave. It is estimated conservatively that teristic symptoms of this trouble from Ywuf Lady Says She Tanlac is sold in Lancaster by R. E. preparation. Tanlac's success in Do not let us watt to be just or My catarrh has virtually disappeared more than 150,000 Kentucklans are now which so many thousands of Kentuck McRoberts and in Bryantsville Kentucky is destined to be still greater" by ptttfnl or towards Usoe taking" Tanlac with the most beneficial ians and others are suffering. is At Us For Words. and my stomach is strong and feels The ingredients, or medicinal ele- - Becker, Ballard & Scott. love until they or we are struck right. I cannot praise Tanlac too results. Druggists from all sections of , "Tanlac was designed to bring about Louisville, Ky., June 9th 1915. highly." down by lllneet or threatened with '' the State are writing, telephoning and an astonishing improvement in your death. Life Is abort, and wa have "Words fail me in attempting to des telegraphing the Tanlac offices in Lou- spirits, appetite and general condition. Tanlac is sold in Lancaster by R. E, Manager Of Store Likes New Reaedr. ever too much time for gladdening cribe my gratitude for the benefits I Depttr Saerif Is Pleased With Tailac the hearts or tnoee who ara traveling isville for, rush orders of the medicine, when so many have derived from tde use of Teniae", McRoberts and in Iiryaattville by Bec Louisville. Ky.. June. 9th. 1915. W, men and women are suffering from the declaringin many Instances that the the flark journey with us. Oh! tn said Miss Clara Butler, a prominent ker. Ballard & Scott. !. Hart, the well known floor manager medicine is meeting with an unprece- after effects of winter coughs, colds, Looisvllle, Ky June9th. 1915. Uennv swift of love, make baste to be kind. young woman of Borden Ind., who is Woolworlh Five and for the dented demand in their respective cit- pneumonia, la grippe, catarrhal and J. Hefferman. the popular and efficient Amlel, visiting friends in Louisville' Store, ou Fourth street, testified re- Deputy Seeriff. made an interesting ies, towns and villages. bronchial troubles and are in a gener"I have not enjoyed the very best of cently to remarkable merits of Tanlac statement recently n Orders are being received from the ally condition, the use of health tor About the Orchid. of how be was several months," Mis But Col. Joseph Coyne Is 4. He said: In 17IS only SO specimens of Epl- most remote sections of the State, the Tanlac will prove of especial benefit as benefited by Tanlac. the premier ler continued, "I was all run down and "Tanlac has made me feel like a new medicine now being sold in dendra were known to be under cultifame of Tanlac having spread to every an upbuilding tonic. Louisville. so nervous the least excitement Pleased With Tanlac. man. I used the medicine for rheuma"My suggestion is that such persons made me that hamlet and crossroads store. Mr. Heffernan. who is attached to the vation. In Ull a traveler noted some My digestion almost frantic. specimens In Japan, but up to 1120 tism. I certainly do recommend it." Mr. 'Cooper has decided to remain in- take the full course of treatment of six Criminal Court of Jefferson county, said: also was very poor, and very often I orchids were looked upon aa a curi Louisville, Ky. June 9. 1915. Tanlac is sold in Lancaster by R. E. definitely in Kentucky and while here bottles." inis is to certify that I have been osity In botanical gardena. found myself unable to partake of the The CoL Joseph Coyne, one of the best McRoberts and in Brvantsville by using Tanlac for will continue his philanthropic work Tanlac is sold in Lancaster by R. E. very lightest nervous debility. Tan- "moth orchid." grown In the Philipliquid food. known general contractors in the South Becker, Ballard & Scott begun last January when hundreds of McRoberts and in- Bryantsville by lac has benefited me. and I find It a pines, la an air plant, as are many of "I am glad that I decided to take and builder of many miles of hard-su- r the worthy poor of Louisville were pro- Becker, Ballard & Scott. very excellent medicine." the specimens. The price paid for this Tanlac. The medicine certainly Is very faced streets and roads In and around vided with food and other necessities Tanlac is sold in Lancaster by R, E. rare bloom as 100 guineas. fine, 1 have been benefited in every Louisville, who resides at 433 Woman Sajs She Had A Dread For South of life. wav and always shall think well of Fifth street, this city, has added his McRoberts and in Brvantsville by He is now sending thousands of 'Praises Of Tanlac Are Sang By Woman. 'Tanlac." Golfer' First Thought. Becker, Ballnrd words of commendation Future. to those of Scott. ' weekly to such charloaves of bread is sold in Lancaster by It. E. thousands of others praising Tanlac. Some enthusiastic golfera are so enTanlar itable organizations as the Sisters of Mrs. Geoige Kelley, residing at 199 McRoberts and n Bryantsville by Bee- grossed In the game that on and off Louisville Ky., June, 9th 1915. Mr. He said: the Poor, Associated Charities, Hope Harrison avenue, Louisville, made 'the the greet they ran think and talk of Bollard & Scott. "My kidneys have annoyed me for i Frank Pettis, wife of the Former "Ice Kiaj" Helped Br Tanlac. Kescue Mission and Salvation Army, la following statement regarding Tanlac: ker. nothing else. Such a one waa taken years. I suffered great pain assistant chief electrician of the Louisnumber of Louisville and orphanages and similar by an aatronomer to see the moon "I have been under a physician's Efficient Nurse of Louisville Relieved. as a result. I also suffered periodically ville and Nashville railroad, who reI suffered prin John Rohrman, known to almost through a telescope. Asked what ha institutions in Lexington, I'aducah and car eleven years. sides at GOO Camp street, Louisville, Is from rheumatism, the condition affecteverybody In this city as the "Ice thought of the satellite, to his scienOwensboro. cipally from indigestion and stomach , Louisville. Kv. June 9. 1915 ing various parts of my body. I walk among the many women who have King" of Louisville, is among "Most of the ailments attacking man- trouble, with frequent nervous head- the large tific friend's surprise and dismay, hn Mrs. Anna L. Bryan, an efficient found speedy relief from serious illness ed with great difficulty and could not kind number of persons who have used said: "It'a a" rlcht, but It'a awfu' fu are due to man's faulty aches, and felt worn out all the time. trained nurse, who resides at 301 Cres- by the use of Tanlac. Mrs. I'ettla saldi o' bunkers." use mv hands naturally. I suffered Tanlac with the most beneficial re. methods of living," Mr. Cooper said. 'I weighed many pounds lighter cent Court, Cresent Hill, Louisville, 'I have been in a nervous, rundown "A large per cent of the men and wom- than usual when I began taking Tan- -' Cently"made the following statement from a pain in the ball of my foot fully condition some time. My digestion was suits. Mr. Rohrman said: "Less than twa.weeks ago. I obtain en of today are inclined to overindul- lac. After using Tanlac three weeks regarding the famous medicine Tanlac; tea years. That pain has disauueared. very poor, and I had difficulty in eating 'My kidneys nre greatly improved gence in both eating and drinking. Man I now weigh several pounds more than "I find Tanlac very fine. I have been and my rheumatism has virtually dis solid foods. I was so depressed In ed this Tanlac. The medicine was Just what I needed. It went straight to the ,who is a slave to his stomach must suf- 1 ever weighed. In fact, I have gained using it for more than a week for gasspirits at times that I almost had a spot. I strengthened right up. fer the consequences sooner or later, rapidly in every way in a compara- tritis. I have been treated by several appeared. Mv strength has returned, dread for the future. My and my appetite and sleep have im appetite is Improved aa well as my and those consequences are faced earlier tively short time. physicians with very poor results. At proved to be just what I The undersigned hereby "Tanlac warnusually than he expects. By curbing "Tunlac is really the only thing times I vomited blood and I lost weight proved. I feel vigorous and healthy, needed. The medicine acted like a sleep. If I had paid $1,000 for the ing to all persons not to trespass upon and attribute th change to the use of medicine it would have been worth that I wish steadily. the appetite and the use of Tanlac most that has actually helped me. only. The medicine is all right. general tonic for me. I am Improved to me. The anticipation of taking the our lands for any purpose whatever as of the diseases attacking the vital or- to recommend its use to every suffer "I find Tanlac has given me relief. I Tanlac in every way, and I very cheerfully next dose I recommend and commend it." of Tanlac is a real pleasure." we will prosecute all offenders to ful gans can be conquered. Overeating is ing woman." wish Tanlac success". indorse Tanlac." list extent of t- - law. Hunters and. Tanlac is sold in Lancaster by R. E. the worst enemy the American people Tanlac is sold in Lancaster by R. E. Fishermen Tanlac is sold in Lancaster by K. E. Tanlac is sold in Lancaster by R. E. Tanlac Is sold in Lancaster by R. & especially take notice. have McRoberts and in Bryantsville by McRoberts and in Bryantsville by Bec- McRoberts and in Bryantsville by McRoberts and in Brvantsville by McRoberts and in Bryantsville by Ld & N B Price R. L. Elkin Is one of ths Becker. Ballard & Scott. "Catarrh of the stomach ker, Ballard & Scott. Becker, Ballard & Scott. Becker, Ballard & Scott. Becker. Ballard & Scott. W. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. H. O. Arnold. James G, Conn, The party went to Harrodsburg to look J. P. Bland. Strayed from my place at Buckeye J. C. Morgan, have gone into (.he tobacco field within COUNCIL IS LANCASTER A GOOD SUGGESTION. LANCASTER'S MOST PRAISE- the last ten days lind earned for them- -' Monday at noon, a bay H. and W. S. Weaver at the plant in that city. Danville horse mule J. We Messenger. will add other names for 25 cents selves a creditable sum. Another fine in about Ul hands high. Reward If As Lancaster visitors to adjacent cash. INVESTIGATING LIGHTS to fluence wrought by the Scent principle John Daugherty. WORTHY ORGANIZATION. towns have recently observed, a thick of profitable industry and praise worthy UNFORTUNATE CHILDREN. layer of g over the FRANCHISE MATTER OF iUANTWG One of the finest of the many LanIn the interests of Lancaster the just before the road oil has been Cases of both whooping cough and Before Body ad Heaters Look lata measles are reported both in the town spread will obViate the tracking of the caster organizations is doubtless the The next Kentucky Legislature pro- Commercial Club sent a delegation to Boy Scouts, now having a membership bably will take up the question of mak- Somerset Wednesday to attend a meetand county. Margaret Ball, the bright oozy, oily substance from the roads to Contracts and Cosdttieas la Clier of twenty-siand holding regular once- - ing it a felony to carry a pistol. The ing called by Juijge It. F. Jasper proand vivacious little daughter of Mr. and the side walks and thus protect the sessions under the supervision sentiment in favor of audi a law Is jecting the Central Dixie Short Cities. Mrs. W. B. Ball, pretty little Miss handsome concrete pavements from Route or the Scout Master, Elder F. M. growing, and If the proper agitation is to run thru Garrard, Lincoln, Elsie Lackey and other Lancaster the unsightly and disagreeable contamPulaski, Tinder. This local organization has given the subject between now and the Wayne and McCreary counties to ination. the The entire city council of Lancaster, quveniles are at present engaged in a various plans ahead that will prove next session of the General Assembly, Tennessee line, opening up much new together with Mayor Davidson, was in tussle with the frequent paroxyma that both interestii.g and profitable to the it could easily be crystallized Into a country Should be Engraved or the southern tier of Kenin malady. Danville this week looking into the accompany the boys, among them "track meetings" ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS tucky counties. statute, i Ewaicd Bovrasi.-- .. light conditions and getting electric to be held jointly with the Scout Those attending were H. V. Btstln. pointers on the splendid plant in this WILL BE REQUESTED societies of the adjacent towns, also a For Best Moonlight School F. G. Hurt, Sam Cotton. L. G. n.vi.i. It reflects good Uste and city. The city of Lancaster does not match game of baso ball to be played son, J. R. Corro and Dr. J. B. Kinnaird , ROUGH DRIVING own its plant and has been getting at once create a farorable The Kentucky Federation of Women' with the Harrodsburgorganization, and the last three going thru in .Jir.yJCin. TO MOVE ON. light by contract with a company. The Road. Now On Daacaa-Tow' clubs. In their annual meeting in Lex- - other innoctnt features of entertainJ wtpteaioB. nalrd'a car. franchise expires in a short time, and When Stanley is elected governor! ington, voted to offer a prize of 1100 to ment. They are now making arrange H. V. Bastin ably represented LanJ The road passing through the colored the Lancaster city dads are considering of Kentucky, be will drive the lobby ' the teacher in Kentucky who should ments for their annual outing trip, to Suppose you come tad tee folks settlement known as "Duncan- - caster at the convention in a fores ful the advisability of purchasing the plan sU and corrupters of legislators, from teach the best moonlight school, the Camp Daniel Boone on Kentucky river speech on the road proposition as being treated to a the naay beautiful Maaple Messenger understands th?t the hall of the capitol au.franjcfert. prize to be awarded through the near Valley View, the entire organiza. town" is The ed spread of macadam, making it a Bastin told the assembly of Garrard ' while the visitors were here they just. like President Wilson, .drove , tiem Kentucky Illiteracy commission, Frank. tion with, the exception of one or two very disagreeable we have) and our prices. drive .out to the Lan excellent system of roads and Ue work ' learned that iie Danville plant could, from the balls of congress and esra- - ort, .Ky. Here Is a chance for spme expecting to take advantage of the caster Water Works Plant; however, W be done this summer, A permanent -- ' rjwlsgWrW foLanesster, .supply mitte; .rooms at W.aaijlngton. The. Uarranj. teacher to add X100 to their pleasant expedition. Som of the boys, this metal costing, will, Jo the .near orrarfsatiort was effected nA an tlwt jHtViWh fcth day and night cur-- . hangerson without .visible means, of saJry,,snd,for many teachers to helo in order to add fcj their. "spending fund", .future prove.a. boon, M obviate ruts couiitfcs Wiutn ,of Garrard wM buffd1 rMt,'aBl al a. very' 'reasonable" price. support will.be requested to move on. ollum and to help Kentucky, :i , and at tie same time not to .tax. their Md mud holes when the fall and wlntea gooa roaqa some or thent opening tin This mavttsr will be further considered. Owontboro Inquirer. ' GMn and win this price I parents) by too Urge monetary demands new territory. Louisville, Ky., Jun 9, 1915. K. C. Lexington. Ky, June 9th, 1915. Isaacs, President of the Taylor-Isaa- c "I have sold Tanlac since the begin Drug Co., this city says: ning of its introduction In Lexington, "The demand for Tanlac has agree' to the Mayors of a number of cities. ably surprised us. While we knew Mr. County Judges, Circuit Judges, and to per and were aware or the success many of the mostf prominent business his preparatien had achieved in other and professional men In Kentucky," cities of the country, yet we entertain says Wm. E, Stagtf, the Lexington ed no idea that the medicine would be druggist. come so popular in such a short space ffol For Sale;-a good surrev and . gwd new break-cart- IS POPULAR; ELEMENTS OF MEDICINE FOUND IN REMOTE PARTS OF EARTH O. II. SwInebroaJ. Two hundred feet of hard wood flooring for sale, Mrs. C. A. Robinson. 30,000 jm Overrating, Man's Greatest Enemy. o: time In Louisville. "Juding from the repeat sales, and the expression of satisfaction from those who have actually tested Tanlac and who states that they have been benefited by the preparation, Tanlac must therefore be something of unusual merit. "The class of people who are buying Tanlac are among the best in the city, people who are able to judge impartial ly and who carry weight with their statements. "Within the last 90 (lavs, we have sold over $30,000 worth of Tanlac, When it is considered that the demand is confined to one preparation, the sale is to be considered unprecedented. In fact, it is the biggest thing of the kind ever seen at our stores." " laniac is sold in Lancaster by K. E. McRoberts and in Bryantsville by Bee ker, Ballard Scott. been phenomenal, Capt. Elkin has two riding cultivators, several double shovel plows, and other farming implements he wlihes-4- o sell at bargains. Sale-On- Ttrthe MeritProduct Brown-Manle- y .Tablet Demand For Tanlac Was Expected. n 1 one-ha- lf .... . best-know- n 'It - Ten-ce- - I n y POSTED e y. saw-du- street-crossin- self-hel- Personal Stationery 3 first-name- d much-neede- d J!" n -- I . much-nee- d gi "' .CeatriL Record. ,