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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 6, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916040601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 6, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 $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. D 3 16 PAGES. THE CENTRAL RECORD. yPlTIJS: SECTION 1 RELIGWh, UN1ARN18BED DEMOCRACY AND QOOD QOVERNMEN2. TWENTY SITENTH TEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 6. 1916. THIRD OF A CENTURY ANNIVERSARY OF THE CENTRAL RECORD. 81! AQT - mB iS EDITION Hand Us That $. 5 lEVERYTOINCr 1R0 1 " THW 'afg XV"V III Ml KUMIkR 1. Si CARD OF THANKS MASS MEETING FARMsGARDEl I" and remember we sell Paints, el From our heart wo thank tho dear friends and neighbors who rendered to HELD BY TWO HUNDRED Kish at Thco Curreys. us so many loving kindnesies at the All kinds of seed potatoes, onion acta loss of our dear husband and father. AND FIFTY CITIZENS Mrs. I. C. Rucker and children. and garden seed, at W. II. Hall's. Clean upt Paint up! I if 1' m E3i Ground Lime for your noil improve ment at Garrard Milling Co. Rebel Against Raise in Telephone Rates. FISCAL COURT IN SESSION Had a bomb dropped from an enemy's Zeppelin, Into the middle of the puhli square, it could not have caused much more consternation, or surprise, than did the little notice in last week's issue of the Central Record, signed by J. R, Cornn. managerof the Bastin Telepnone Company, announcing that after April 1st the rates would be advanced one hundred per cent on bdsiness 'phones and fifty per cent on residence 'phones. This notice resulted in the call of a mass meeting at the Court house for Friday night, at which about two hundred and fifty citizens of the town and community responded. The meeting was held primarily to protest against the proposed rates and was called to order by G. B. Swinebroad, who announced the object of the call. Mr. R. II. Batson was made chairman and John M. Farra was made secretary and then the ball started, mtn jumping up all over the house asking to be heard. Mr. Swinebroad was the first tpeaker and asked that in order to ascertain just how the people felt about the pro posed raise in the telephone rates, that all those who opposed the rates as announced in the notice to rise. The re-Bof the vote appeared to be unanimous, but when the chair asked those who favored the raisa in the rates, Mr. W. B. Moss and W. R. Bastin, were the only two in the house that stood up, ftlTC PAD DAT UILl)., LiHIUUL11 AND WHITE the ir hem , PAINT 1 Hill 1 I I KM Dr. Hatfield, Dentist, of Danville, Is now located In Lancaster, office over Garrard Bank. IS I.sili Atil Society of tho llantlst Church will serve court day dinner, April 24th, 1910 The Garrard County Fiscal court, with Judge C. A. Arnold presiding, and with all of the magistrates present have been in session for two days this week, passing on many claims that have been filed against the county. WASH BRUSHES, jtt GARDEN RAKES and "Clean-Up- " everything needed for Campaign. 1 Conn Brothers. SI LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. .1 IhZQLOBEMAN IS COMING Monday & Tuesday April 10th and 11th. Come and see these woolens in the full piece and be measured by , The GLOBE EXPERT "ORDERS TAKEN CONCERT There will be no preaching at the Rev. Methodist church' next Sunday. Don't miss the Concert at the Taint SI S. II. l'ollitt is holding a meeting at Lick Schoolhouje, Friday night, April Mt Olivet. 14. A pleasing variety of choice music, both vocal and instrumental, will be You can travel up and down this offered. Mr. G, L. Waterbury, Baribroad Innd in search of health and tone; .Miss M. M. Traynor, of Rich wealth but It can bo truthfully said mond, Contralto, and other talent. Sem you annot beat Lancaster. cure your seats now at Treadway and m Popular prices. Try a package of HELMET, the best Log9den's. Inl gunpowder tea made. You get a nice piece of china with each package. MR NORTHCOTT RETURNS W. II. Pall. Mr. II. II. N'orthcott returned to the Itcad about the Knoxville Trade Trip city last Tuesday after a three months in this Issue and be on hand to greet stay with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. II. them Wednesday, April 12th.. at 7 C. Northcutt, in Newport Ky. He re o'clock. Let this bunch see what a ports his parents have been quite ill but live town we have at seven o'clock. arc now very much improved, notwithDon t standing their extreme age, his father They carry a splendid band. being 91 years old and bis mother 91. miss the music. They have been married 71 yearswhich Kead the advertisements of the en we believe is without parallel in the terprising merchants in this sixteen-pag- e state. issue. Ilesidcs being good business men, thes men are also good citiWANTED TO FIGHT, zens, always ready to aid any enter prise. It will pay you to read every Jack Warner decided he would take a nap on the pavement on the sunny one of our adds this week. side of the Citizens bank last Monday Recognizing the church, the school and when interrupted by Marshall Buck and the press g hand in hand, we are he decided he would coll the hand of the giving short histories of our churches peace officer and Hew at him like a wild Who would cat. It was all the two Bucks and and school, this week. want to live or rear their families where sheriff Ballard could do to handle him there was no church, no school and no and not then until he had bitten Ballard newspaper. The high moral standing severely on one of his thumbs. He was of this community is due to the fact finally subdued however and taken be it has been permeated by tho Influence fore Judge Frisbie, where ho was fined of these three mighty factors. $20 and cost for his disturbance. & jrtt i Clean Up and Paint Up. need. m M IB' ok 12 1 ill ti We have Everything you 1 I Haselden Bros., Wholesale and Retail Hardware. i UJ Lancaster, - Kentucky flfrWar7il.raiHli?lirS,gitl :MjlJlMSMiBlili FOR SALE. PRATHER-REICHELD- FER. for Immediate or Future Delivery Logan 1? & Anderson Bros. . REPRESENTING the GLOBE TAILORING Ulobo Expert CO. CINCINNATI la Charge, BUGGIES. The best and cheapest on the market. All kinds of HARNESS. Perfect Satisfaction. OLD IICKOET WAGONS Several pieces of old fashioned furniThe marriage of Miss Bessie Prather, Mrs. Naomi Hamilton. daughter of Judge J. P. Prather, to ture. Mr. F. M. Reicheldfer, of Payne. Ohio, came as quite a surprise to the friends SUNDAY EXCURSION of the bride. The marriage t.nok place The Louisville and Nashville will ran in Lexington last Monday afternoon at its first Sunday excursion April 23rd to 4 o'clock at the residence of Dr. For Cincinnati and return. Rate for the tune, who was th officiating minister, round trip will be $1.75. The happy couple left immediately for Detroit and other points East where OUR MEDICAL FRATERNITY. they will spend their honeymoon, after which they will be at home to thtlr The different men composing the friends in Payne Ohio. medical traternlty of our town have The best wishes and congratulations their fingers caretully resting upon the of their friends go with them. pulse of the people day and night which explains the healthful conditions BELGIUM FLAG DAY which exist here. They are: Drs. J. On Saturday, April 8th, the birthday B. Kinnaird. J. M. Acton. J. S. Gilbert J. A. Anion, W. M. Elliott and Virgil of King Albert of Belgium, everyone is Kinnaird. asked to wear n flag bearing the colors of that unfortunate country, and by do ing so, the small sum of seven cents. OUR LEGAL LIGHTS. the cost of each flsg, provides food for The successful lawyer today is one one Belgium for one day. It Is said who enters Into the real spirit of his that if the importation of food into cases to the extent to cause the client Belgium were stopped there would be relaxation and to"ceaso from troubling" wholesale starvation among the people as soon as ho has told his worrier, they in three or four weeks. Everyone is asked to wear this flag not only enter with them into their troubles but journey with them side by on Saturday and on Sunday with re side nml livu over with them many quests for prayers for these unfortunate people. It is also hoped that In heartaches and disappointments. legal lights are: Green Clay realizing Belgiuins need we mayV emWalker, 11. Clay Kaulfman. It. H. phasize our own need forprepaiedness. W, II. Herndon, James Tomlinson, The I). A. R. society of this place d will sell these flags. Take one and Hamilton, L. L. Walter, G. B. help it good cause. and Joe K. Robinson. Swine-broa- NEW GARAGE. Runs Lighter and Lasts Longest. WIRE FENCE. When put up it stays up. Stoves and Ranges. They can't be beat for cooking and lasting. Messrs 4'hn Gill and Robert Kinnaird linvo just opened an ideal garage on Danvillo street opposite tho Prebyter-Ia- n church and Bro well prepared to take care of your cars should they need anything In the repair line. They have employed competent workmen and will guarantee all their work. Their garage is about two hundred feet long, well lighted, being the building formerly occupied by the Lancaster Steam Laundry and has been christened tho "Arcade Garage." Their advertisement appears In the second section of this issue and should be read by all auto owners. revealing the fact that they favored the raise. W Talks were made by J. E. Robinson, R. H. Tomlinson, G. B. Swinebroad, S. PI C. Denny, J. F. Holtzclaw, J. W. Smith, J. R. Mount, M. D. Hughes, Dr. J, A. Amon all agreeing that the rates as asked for would be excessive, (l beside many thought that under the old contract, or permit where the $1.00 rate has prevailed for several years, the Bastin Telephone Company has no if legal right to make the advance in rat es. Many think the company had pros pered handsomely under the $1.00 rate and although the present compat'iybd expended several thousand dnllara .an m the new metallc lyatem, many were of the opinion that the service was no bet' ter than the old system. On "motion the chairman appointed a committee of five, composed of G. B. Swinebroad, S, D. Cochran, J. R. Mount, J. W. Smith Uj and S. C. Denny to represent the citl zens and to confer with the city council and the Bastin Telephone Company In regard to the advisability of selling franchise. This committee was Instructed to ask for the books of the company and as' certain if possible, if the company is justified in raising the rates proposed in tne notice. this committee met with the City Council last Monday night on motion of one of the council the and committee was asked to lend the coun cil Its assistance and were given further time to make the necessary investiga tion. The following paper was drawn at the meeting last Friday evening and was signed by practically every one present, stating that they would not pay the rate proposed. "We, the undersigned citizens of Lancaster and Garrard County, patrons and subscribers of the Bastin Telephone Company, agree collectively not to pay the rate proposed in the notice of said company, given out by the company within the lust three (3) days." Many who were not present at tho meeting havo since signed the paper and it looks as if they were determined to fight the proposed raise to the bitter end. If a franchise is sold there is a strong probability of an independent company being organized to bid on the franchise and many have expressed a willingness to put their money in the enterprise. Attorney a for the Telephone Company ottered a franchise at the council meeting last Monday Even ing and asked that it bo read, but it appeared to the city attorney, J. E. Robinson, that It was loaded at both ends and the reading was stopped. Mr. J. II. Hazelwood of London, at torney for the company, was at the meeting. Judge L. L. Walker also represents the company, and was at the meeting Monday night. SPRING IS HERE AND I House Cleaning Days Are Near. You will find all necessary articles for House Cleaning at Curreys 1 Scrub Brushes. Brooms, Mops Soaps and Washing Powders of all kinds. Bon-Am- i, HoasekeM Amia. cake and powdered. I Exclusive Agent for Stones Cakes Silver Slice,"-- Golden ft Sunbeam, Mephitto, I 1 Raisin and Creole fruits. JITNEY BUNS Received Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday H afternoons. Theo DC Currey. DC DC D,c 2L D Garrard Milling Co. Salt, Lime, Coal, Sand, Cement, .Brick. P 3 3 GO Stone, Hay, Oats, --i era era trra r-- Corn, Mill Feed. L We buy and sell these items and solicit your 3 3p 525 ig T ij L Straw, business. Garrard Milling Company DC U 3C DCZDC LI J. I. Hamilton has for sale. For Sale: 12 good iiilk cows fliEMP GRATEFUL TO THE PEOPLE. PLOWS That Satisfy. Best Roofing, Paints and Oils, pure Linseed not Cotton Seed. W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. .- f dRk Mr, Jim Sparkr, of Buckeye, had the misfortune.to lose his bam by liro one day last week, losing his entire tobacco crop, one mule, two horses, three cows, one hundred barrels of corn and all his farming implements, with no Insurance. He saved only one horse, which unfor tunately bad both of its eyes burned out. Mr. Sparks has a family of eleven chil dren, although poor, is an honest and industrious farmer. He is deeply grate ful for about $200 that was made up for him Monday among the citizens of Lancaster. We have no doubt that Ida friends in Buckeye will respond as liberally to his aid m did the good people in this city, wheru with only one exception, mil that were asked responded. J. 114 sheep and lambs. M. Cress. Stanford R. R. 4. o PEARL WHITE. The beautiful Movie Actress, who played last year at tho Rex In "Exploits of Elaine" will play at the Opera House in Lancaster every Saturday night, beginning April lBth, in "THE IRQN CLAW", one of tho best serials the has ever released. I'athe Company Start with the first episode and don't mist a one. Three other good reela shown each Saturday. Picture show open every night promptly at 7;30 P, M. Admission 6 and 10 cenU. long porch boxes. For Sale;-Twcheap. Apply to Mrs. Chalres Walter, Hill Court. CHAUTAUQUA OPENS HERE SEED WANTED. Will contract for cultivated Hemp Seed, for fall delivery Can furnish Seed for planting. . JUNE 1ST The advance scent for the Rednath Chautauqua was here last Friday and made final arrangements for our next Chautauqua, which opens here on Fri day, June 1st. We are promised the beat nrotrram we have ever had and Its patrom are looking; forward to Its com ing with much Interest. A. M. SHELY Hotel Keqgsrlan or F. B. ; M ARKSBURY. The Central Refcord, Thursday April 6 1916. A. B. Robertson & Bro. The Store that Sells Wooltex HIS BLOOD PURIFIER Dr M. QUAD THE STOCKMAN. There Is no morn pltlablo Right than n mure and foal standing In tho opou with their contu turned tho wrong way and shivering with cold. Mont money In quick growing breeds of hogs. If owes nro underfed abortion will often tnko place. Don't fall to blanket your liorso when ho stands In tho cold. 0 YWXUINI IT IN T1IS CW.IIHN, A. II. Iltstln D Corn for sale. & Son. Coprrlsht. 191s. bjr the McClure Newspaper Byndlcsle. Smart New Wooltex Suits in Silks or Fine Woolens Theyr'e coming in every day--ne- w models, new fabrics, new colors, and a complete range of sizes. You'll Find it Easy to Choose a Fashionable Wooltex Suit this Week in Just the Style You Like Best Fashionable Silk Suits Made by the Wooltex Tailors Wooltex Street Suits In Fashionable Woolens In carefully selected faille or taffeta silks In black, blues and green. Gabardines, Serges, Wool Poplins, Shepherd Checks, Vclour Checks $25.00 to $50.00 You know the importance of quality in sill: suits. Also the special care that must be given to their tailoring $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00 Smartly tailored models for street, for church and afternoon cnlls. Trim suits in serviceable fabrics for the business woman. Dressy, fnshlonnble suits that show the season's most stylish features in rippling flares, cape collars, beautifully embroidered bodices and collars. They are suits of real char actcr in outward style and inward goodness. Their fashionably designed lines nre band molded into every Wooltex garment, and do not depend on the hot iron of the pressor for their shapely gracefulness. The outer materials and linings nre cut and fitted separately, scams are custom-tailo- r basted and stitched with silk. The soft tailoring of fronts inshapely busts. sures perfect-fittin- to insure permanent shapeliness and graceful lines. If you've ever worn a Wooltex suit woolen materials, with its you know how they retain their smart, stylish lines. Wooltcx-tallorc- d silk suits are made with1 all the care that has mad? Wooltex cloth suits famous. The collars ore with rippled capo effect or gracefully k close-fittinrol-in- g. X The soft rolling revers lie In pleasing curves, whether buttoned high or open to any point desired. Jackets fit smoothly over the shoulders. Skirts have the special Wooltex waist-ban- d that insures a trim fit" about the waist. . You are sure to find a becoming, stylish Wooltex Suit here this Week, a suit that will be doubly pleasing in the moderateness of its price A. B. Robertson & Bro. Danville, Kentucky LI BUILDING Lancaster Lumber dilapidated looking old man, who was chewing sassafras rwt with great enenrv. suddcnlv niwcarcd In the wait ing room of the depot ncross the river, ) riltliy water or swill never mid ns ho approached n mnii who was ought to bo put Into nny hog's walling for the western trnlu he pulled Dahlias for sale, nny color at home stomach. a bottle of liquid from mi old satchel Keep tho sheep pens clean. or Curry's store. In his hand nud said: Dirt nud foul odors affect sheep Mrs. 11. C. Hamilton. "My friend, you are looking ynller quickly. about tho eyes, which It n sura sign Hemp Seed wanted for fall dejlvcry. that your Mood I In n bad state. Ono A. M. Shely. Hotel, bottlo of my blood purifier will restore or F. II. Mnrkibury. you to health and vigor." "Don't want It. sir." was the reply. ENSILAGE ALONE AS Wanted. "All right, mister, nil right. If n feller wants to keep on looking yaller 6000 bushels of Cultivated Hemp about tho eyes when a pannycea Is nt ROUGHAGE FOR STEERS Seed for fall delivery, l'hone Glass & hand, that'll his own business. 'Long Glass, Camp Nelson, Ky. about tho mlddlo of April you'll ho on your back with n spell of bilious fever, For Sale. Something llko nlno experiments conbut you needn't lay It up agin me." The next person nppronched was a ducted nt various stations havo been $5fi0 Kurtxman upright piano, good scTcro looking woman about thirty-Ovreferred to by Henry In "Feeds and years old, who was probably nn Feeding." relating to tho "roughngo as new for sale at low price. Address old maid. supply" for fattening steers, says tho Glem Hlcketts, Nlcholaavlllc. Ky. "Them ynller streaks nt the comers Iowa Homestead. Stockmen who havo of your mouth denote a torpid liver, silos nro naturally anxious to uso Just rua'nni," said tho man ns he cure the as lnrgo n proportion of etistlago lit" FOUND bottlo n shake. "Something right hero their rations ns Is consistent wll good A watch, owner can have same, by to luiprovo your looks 60 per cent." economically made. If gains tluit nre tones. "Sir!" she demanded In this end ran ! nttalncd by feeding describing and paying for this notice. "Only CO cents n bottle, ma'am, and ensttngo alone without any other fonn J. T. Itaney. made right In my own house from of roughngo whatever, then this plnn herbs nnd roots gathered by my own should bo followed, but If tho nddltlou WARNING. bands. Just opened the campaign, and of clover or timothy bay or even strnw It's only 60 cents a Inittle." will reduce tho cost of gains or We hereby notify all parties that wo "(Jo away, sir!" sho commanded. the rapidity of same, then theso will not allow any one to fish In our "Don't want nny nt all. chl" facta should lu mndu known. lake this season. Any one asking to ".N'o, sir!" The nvrrngo result of tho nlno "All light, madam, nil right. Torpid referred to above ns gtreti fish will positively be refused. liver may to a good thing to havo by Henry shows that steers fed com Hughes llros. about the house, but I don't think so. sllago along with corn and a proporHere's your pannycea, and If you don't tion of concentrated food resulted lit NOTICE want It I can't compel you to buy It." an arerngo datly gain of -- I pounds. The thlid passenger was a man with In this caso an nvcrngo of 20.2 pounds Persons having claims against the a marked redness ntxiut the nose and of cnxljngu was fed dally to asiigncd estate of Harry Ware will rough spots on bis fare. Ho was busy steers. On tho other liand, when with a newspaper when tho old man steers of tho snino weight were fed j present same to me at onro properly approached with: 4j pounds or legume hay (mostly rot proven according to law. II. Clay Kauirman, Assignee. "One iHittle will cure that uosc or clover tiny) the averago daily gain woh 2.30 pound jour money returned." ht head. In this caso 2 1.3 "What! What's Hint?" demanded pounds of ensllago was fed dally. Tim KELLY SEED CORN. coat of making H") (winds of gain In tho man. "And tho second bottle will cure all the first Instanro wns $0.13 and In tho I have a limited number of buahelsof those rough spots." last $0.87, or an Increase in tbo cost Kelly White Dent Seed Corn for sale, "Look adierc, you old reprobate! Kelly, II. J2.00 per bushel. What aro you driving nt anyhow?" Lancaster, Ky. "I am selling a blood purifier, made Uoute No. 1. of roots nnd herbs. It's n little early perhaps, but I want to get the start of the buckwheat scrutchers. Aro you a DO YOU KNOW drinking man or not" "Do you mean to Insult me to my Your old carpets and cast off. clothing fnce. sir? Why. I'll punch your head make beautiful Hugs and that I will off." sell you at half price a combination 'Wouldn't do no good, sir. Here's Vacuum Cleaner and Sweeper to keep tho only genulno blood purifier In the your rugs clean. country, and last year I sold T.OiK botmo. I'annle Ilishop. tles of It. Invigorates the liver, tones up tho blood, and. If I can't cure up that nose of yours I don't want a DON'T KEEP HENS, A i Salt, I.lme, Seed Oati and Coal at Garrard Milling Co. Fifte en-- year old steer for sale, A. II. Han tin and Son. The season Is on for Cement, Lime, Sand Ilrick and Stone. Carrard Milling Co. Ut 2 3-- 2 o t- d 1 Everything in MATERIA b Mfg FOR SALE 'I'll purify you, you old assassin!" snld tho man as bo started to take off his coat Hut Just then a policeman One of the most beautiful cemeteries to to found in any country is in enmo np nud told the old man be must get out. Frankfort, on the crest of the hill that the river winds by. There, in the "And not sell n IkHUo of my blood bosom of the land his foot first trod upon, rota the remains of Daniel Iloone, purifier In this crowd?" ho loudly nsked. Come, out you gor said tho otllcer. the sturdy pioneer and type of hardy manhood. Not far oil sleep his compan 'And you don't want a bottlo for ions in adventure, Crist, Dudley and Shannon. Amid the stately monuments, yourself? You're got a Jaundice lcik. is also the lust resting place of one who could almost put the breath of life into and thU medicine, will cure It In fire senseless marble, the great sculptor, Joel T. Hart. There Greenup, Adair, big doses." He was led out and told not to re Moorehead, Crittenden, Blackburn, Itradley and other governors rest. Here also enter tho depot. Hut he stooil at tho lie those gallant Kentuckians who lost their life in Mexico, together with door and paid to tho policeman: "All right, officer, nil right If the O'llar?, the author of the famous lines that gave to the plot its name. peoplo don't WHiit my blood purifier The history of the State's Capital is, of course, closely indentified with its they needn't havo It It's tho Kcason great men, Governors. Senators and Statemen, here they met and worked for to purify, but iTiovcr go nglu the law. the state's good, for its glory and renown. Few, perhaps, know the plot of nnd If thero Is a rampage of bilious fever don't say I wnsu't around with ground known as the "Bivouac of the Dead," was first the thought and in my pannycea at regular price." spiratlon of a senator, in 1817. On page 343, Kentucky State Journal, of the The officer mailo a movo for mm. session of 1847, on Feb. 20th., is recorded tho resolution introduced by Judge nnd tho old man nmbled off down tho There stood n to tho corner. Thomas James, which was adopted by both Senate and House of that session, street man besldo the lamppoit with deep providing for the removal of the boJiet of Kentucky's honorable dead who had trouble In tits loks ami and fought and fallen on the fields of Mexico, to their present resting placo and nftcr n moment lie was addressed with: "If I ever riw a man who needed It also providing ample ground for the burial placo of Kentucky's illustrious dead, you nro tho critic rr In the same Journal may ba seen where Julge James was made chairman of a 'Aro you talking to inc. sir?' was committee to secure the ground, also his report and how ho pushed. the whole queried III reply, but tho man looked straight across tho street thing through. And so Thomas James, though buried in Memphis, Tenn, has "Itlstit to you. my friend. You aro made for himself a place among those who sleep on "Fame's eternal camping almost on your dying bed. but thero It one hope. It U my blood purifier. It ground." has cured when thtf doctor pronounced tho patient dead. I let a dose down you at once!" "Thanks, but I cannot- - change the program now." Ill give you the llrst doso wit hunt cent" The Frankfort Cemetery. Make Your Hens Keep V6o. My Single Comb when eggs are high. Wmm for 75 llrown Leghorns lay Setting eggs IS cents, 100 for JUKI CASH. Erie C. Karra, llox 272, Lancaster, Ky. NOTICE. llltthtand callla had thtlr orntln mountainous section of Scot-hui- o Thvfo cattlu thrlva en nctmtjr tHbsxo nnd nr ahU to fonuro Ytn vrti.n mow tu t1.;v The? nre cry poor milk proJucers. but make a icuud carauM til tieet, TtitM cntlU knvs n.v.r Mrured enough of a foothold Ui AmrrlcA to rueult In herds onmportoncc. The cow shown U of th. Illchland In t ' All persons having claims ngsinst tho estate of T. U. Chesnutt, deceased, will present same, properly proven to the undersigned. Those knowing themselves Indebted to deceased will como forward and settle at once. J. T. and J. V. Chesnutt, Lancaster, Ky. Administrators. hre.L IMC A J OR A JTR. JUDGE THOMAS JAMES. semd tin state beautiful Shetland Stallion for sale, with ten other spotted Shetland Ponies at ELKIN PLACE. Lamcnter, Kentucky. 100 pounds of 71 cents, this due to tlu fact Hint hay U a mora fellng product tlmn ensilage. OK In B'lno of tho trials tho selling price of tho nUt'm fed wyno dry hay was Homestead and Household enough higher Hi olTVet tho more gains and therefore returneil Effects greater irotlt In others feeding ensllago as the only roughngo wns the most OK ecoiioinlcnt. Hlierb tho sllago wa t from eorn that hnd nearly imitured nnd T rnn r "- - TnarnnA henco was hlh'rlud dry mutter tho od- - , tweaocu. dltlon of Jrj- - roXnjhage did nut nlways As executrix of the estate of mv tnemise tho gains, ncoordlng to I'nw father, Dr. John C. Kales, I will sell fessor.Henry. publicly on the premises, at the corner At tho Indiana btntlon 1'rofeskorn RLInner aud King found that steers of llroadway and Klfth streets In Dsn-- , fed llborully on eusllngo ntu but little ville, Ky., which fronts 213 feet moro hay, but the small amount consumed 'or less, on Fifth street, with n ilei th charge." supolly MitWled a craving for dry jol 218 feet, more or less, and Ukiii Hut tho old man saw n patrolman ruiishuss-- . Artjinllugly exp.TlmrnU which stands a substantial two plunging ncrosa the street to gather were eouduet.,1 to ascertain tl. yaluo Blorv hrkk re,IJcncc , wlt, R , , him In, and he made his escape to nop of oat straw si u of supplying . 1,0 1 " fat pedestrian tit tho end of the thh r,mlrenMit fK steers In tliese jw",,,r' ',r"m Tho ewer residence has block mill say: cxiwltneiiu consume,! an avemgo of My dear tk you nre fat nnd look poun'ds of oat straw bui'n wcently thoroughly repaired nnd mo niul the picture of health, but It It solid fut dally, and llu-- inado ns larga gains nt repatwrcd. Adjoining the above tract or bloat?" res eo.llfor feed nnd Bold At fully nt A a lot fronting 7l2 feet mion an alley, What do J on ineuii by nddrelng high u llnce us steers that were fed which leads to Fifth street This such n qucstbu tu me, sir?" was stern- clover In ntimtlon to tho ensilage. Of lot is about 15CI feet deep, and has a ly replied coursu enough cottonseed meal was fed t S,ej)j 0 jt "If It's bloat, sir, I have that which to tho steers fed ensllago nml straw to Tll0 trBet fron,; j;13 f will take It it way," J. bakinco t! liberal proimrtlon of Hesli i 8lrcl,t M . tttni first In three "By thuud-T- . you old cus" bay. rormliue material In tho clover separuto iinrcels, and then ns a whole. Hut tho putrolmaji bail folliuied ' TllC along and iw eumo up and demanded il't"ntUlK ? UlU """V. with tho T.rtlnB A. of Sheep. If tho old man had a license to peddle. n good deal barn wl" u offered separately nnd as Iluylng mature fiheep As bo dldti t he was placed tindor ar of n gamUo to llw Inextiericiied would whole. 1 ho real estntu will be acid for rest, and ns hu wiu wnlkod awny ho lie Uwek owner. An old sheep may loolt cash, und remainder paynlilo asked: well, but only Inst for a year or two in three equal installments, on nr "I hahi't kicking any, but I wnut you of profitable service After n sheep W j.uforu one. two and three years a do ma n favor." ' with over four, years old tho teeth do not 'G l)er cent from j , f "Wdl?" abw wjrh diaugo except where they ! "en retlnttLt ' Kcare ,i deferre.1 "Tako no beforu soino Jpdge who's drop out n old w draws near. Ilrlef. This property is located in got n plain caso of tho .hinder ami ly stated, a stioo with oiu imlr of jiot. ( Pyn'-'"twho'll let mo pay my tine In the only tnanent teeth b ft yearling; two palm, i ,llu mo,t fashionable and desirable rellablo blood purifier ever Invented twxPyear-old- ; threo pairs, a three- - residence section of Danville and with. by a human man I" .in five minutes walk of the business year-Olanl four pairs, a And ptrbniu the eiclisuao was uwid. M. Farm and Fireside. center of the town. At tin's sale thoso desiring a home, or a safo Investment will have offered them as good residence property us Danville contains. HOUSKJIOLK EFFECTS At the close of the sule of tho real estate tho household goods' will bo sold to tho highest bidder for cash. These goods embrace everything which Is required Per Tear in Advance. to fit up u refined Bnd luxurious home. Ir PUBLIC SALE. r ' J one-tw- 1 one-thir- d , ' four-year- The Central Record $1.00 Lancaster, Kentucky. twen. ty five consecutive years as representative and Senator and after inovina to Tenn., was brought back to help revlst the constitution of Kentucky. Who introduced the bill referred to above and who Executrix, Elizabeth A Fales, Danville, Kentucky. Col. Thos. D. English. Auct. The Central Record, Thursday April 6 1916. 2 Our Spring stock has never before been so complete as this season. We have Suits cut in the very latest styles and made from pure WOOL Fabrics that are great values at 12.58, 15.00, FURNISHINGS 181, $20.00 )g SHOES, HATS AND JAS. W. SMITH, House of Quality, Lancaster. MILJIII that are sure to please any man or boy. Silk Shirts, Ladies Shoes, Boys Clothing,' Trunks and Bags. JB lll'l'lfl' III n I'M! IV II IMIJI I'MI'HI'I'V MONTH-APR- IL. The Best and Most Durable Implements made. Hemp Drills, One and Two Horse Corn Paint up month; clean up month. Clean up and stay clean and prevent illness in your family. Don't forget to swat tho II v and swat him early, an inLook surance against Doctors bills. out for the Health officer and see that your premises am in a sanitary condition. I i In this issue of the Record appears the full page advertisement of Mr. We keep re.imrs on hand, hut these implements arc so durable Grover Cleveland Cox, tho livo wire thnl wc scarcely ever sell nny repairs. Reports that wc do not keep merchant of Manse, Ky. Mr. Cox moved to this place about two years repairs for these implements are false. Wc can save yon money. ago and has revolutionized the mer- chantile business in this live little ham let. He is an ardent believer In the printers ink and is telling his numerous patrons of some of the real and rare H. S. HUDSON. The Square Deal House. bargains he is ofTering at this season. The bove U a likeness of the Pres- You can find nearly everything vou byterian minuter who. this month, want in this store and at prices so takes charge of thta church. Tho love cheap, you will only have to look to be 11 DC and reverance this congregation nlwava convinced. how their pastor bespeaks for hin They were called GOOD ROADS AND GOODRICH a plenc!iil work. upon to undergo a trying ordeal in '.American motorists will reap an impastor, but the giving up a Master's work must be done and thev mense benefit from approximately will now press forwaid in the work $250,000,000 expended last year on highway construction," said Mr. E. C. which lies before. TO Director of Advertising of tne B. F. Goodrich Co. 'The big national Dally Thought. Search others (or tbclr virtues, and highways of which we have been reading so much, are in my opinion, only thyself for thy vices. Fuller. the forerunners of a of good roads that will have a tremendous efEcho From the Art Gallery. fect on increased motor and tire sales. Mrs. "Isn't that a We have everything necessary for outasked as the) stopped for a mo- Automobile owners should not overlook ment to look at the now pictures. "Oh, the important part played by the Goodside snd inside painting. my, no," her hostess replied, "It'B a rich Touring Dureau In promoting more Hut t told Jostah when ho and lion! better highway building. Tire brought It homo that It looked a good LEAD AND OIL. PREPARED PAINT, VARNISHES, deal mora llko ono of them things owners wilt realize a tremendous amount of additional mileage per casyou mention." STAINS, BRUSHES. PRICES RIGHT. ing this season due to good roads. While this big saving will come to the Anthrax Father of All Germs. tire owners individually tire sales will Tho anthrax germ Is tho father of all germs alnce It was tho first dis- Increase materially, nevertheless, on covered by tho weak microscopes of account of the new fieldsopened up and half a century ago. That was be- the increased sale of automobiles." cause tho germ was so bis. Tho miDC DC 1C croscopes could not show tho amall-c- r ANDERSON. germs. It was tho anthrax germ, thcreforo, that led to the dovelop-ncThe sad news of the death of Miss of tho microbe theory which has Allie Anderson, of Lexington, cast a caused such an adanco In medicine. shadow over our whole community when lloston Globo. it was learned she had died Saturday morning, for most of her life had been spent among us, and every heart was Nature's Jewels. What n world wo lio In' Where are touched with spmpathy for the aged parents and devoted sisters. Although, tho Jeweler's shops? There It nothJT And we are ready for business. We have all $f ing handsomer than a uiowttaku and for several years, she had been in deI may say that tho maker a dowdrop. clining many invalids she the new shapes and shades. Serin Orchid !? of tho world exhausts his skill with was n health, unlike pleasant, cheerful companion, duwdrop that ho entering into the joys and each snowltake and sorrows of and Bordeaux shades which are the newest. tends down, Wo think that tho ono others with sympathetic interest. mcchanlrally coheres and that tho While those who loved her cannot but All the latest music, on sale at acts per copy. other simply flows together and falls, but In truth they aru tho product of mourn her losi it is sweet to think of TV Join our profit sharing plan. Ask nbout it. enthusiasm, tho children of un ec- her where pain and sorrow are unknown stasy, finished with tho artist's utmost and where her frail body will suffer jio Give us a call. Sunday, when she was laid more. skill. Thoreau. uway to rest in our little "city of the dead" to her loved ones it was n day of Just Split the Difference. weeping yet they could but realize that Jury trial In a small town not In a FA to her it was a morning of joy when many miles from civilization thu rural gentlemen Into whoso hands tho caso her tired eves opened on the Great of tho plaintiff and defendant wai hereafter, beyond whose portals friendplaced wero so stubbornly divided ship's fairest (lowers ever bloom by the frosts and where hur hours that they wero somo twenty-odIn reaching a verdict. Ab I hoy left many good deedi will be garlanded into tho court, after having rendered tho a wreathe of flowi rs that will never fade. .. . . . verdict, ono of them was asked by a During her life she loved flowers and friend what tho troublo was. "Waal," in her death sho was surrounded by ho said, "six on 'cm wanted to glva tho them, as the floral offerings were beauplaintiff J 1,000, and six on 'cm wanted tiful ami profuse. to Elvo him 13,000. so wo spilt tho difMiss Allie was born near Lancaster ference an' give him 500." forty-fou- r years ago and witli the exception of the live years spent in Lexington her life was pnssed in Lancaster. Iletidea her futher and mother, Mr. she Is surand Mrs. John Anderson, vived by four sisters; They ate Mrs. (Successors to Davidson & Doty.) 'V IS COMING TO LANCASTER W. H. Marrs, of Knoxville, Tenn., Mrs () With n train of all steel cars and W. T. Ilrowning and lllss Hetty AnSolicit your headed hv u big brats band, Knoxville derson of lxington and Mri. Frank IlujinesMen, inoro than a hundred Ilacon, of Kansas City, Mo. She waa strong, nro coming to establish closer a mei.iber of the christian church and business an social relations between services were conducted at the grave Her devoted tlio business' men of Lancaster and by Elder E M. Tinder. themselves. They will arrive on their parents rnd tlster had gone down into the valley of suffering with her and own special train stood for months by her side as hope Wednesday, April, 12, after hope dropped away as the petals at 7:40 o'clock and remain until 6:16 fall from a fading flower, all their Satisfied Customers Our Motto. o'clock A. M. strength was given sweetly, tenderly "Knoxvillo IJusinesa Men want to to the precious invalid but without Give us a trial. meet Lancaster iiusiness Men", avail. Friends snd relatives of the Conducted under auspices of the bereaved family extend sympathy Knuxville Hoard of Commerce, through the columns of the Itecord. Planters, Mowers, Binders, Plows, Etc, OUR NEW ADVERTISER. Our Store is filled with the choicest line of J. E. Mount, Son & Co. n " Star Brand Shoes for Ladies, Men and Children. ir NOW is the Time We handle these shoes exclusively and consider them the best on the market. Tib-bltt- s. CLEAN UP AND PAINT DP. Guaranteed Solid Leather. Complete line of net-wor- k Stormes Drug Store Dry Goods STANDARD PANAMA HATS $2.00 TO $3.00. nt OUR LINES ARE COMPLETE Choicest line of anitary Groceries. Fruits and Fresh Vegetables. Hardware and Harness, Mattings and, Druggets, Chairs, Trunks, Hand Bags and " 1 MRS RELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS. SUIT CASES FROM $100 TO $7.50. THE NEW FIRM OF I 1 Davidson k Tomlinson 1 "KN0XVILLE" Highest market price for your produce, cash or trade. All customers furnished with Free hitch ticket at Doc Lee's Stable. Grocery and Meat business. I I I i I DICKERSQN Phone 187. & line. Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday April 6, 1916. Tie Tekptatt Ism. The telephone controversy which has been taking place between the people and the Iiaatin Telephone Company about once a year for the past ten years It now In full blast. The Telephone Company has appeared before the Council and demanded the sale of a franchise permitting this Company to collect instead of $1. per month, as now charged, a rate of I1.C5 for reudenco and $2.75 for business phones This extortionate demard Is naturally resented by the (t seems to be the deslro 01 people, all concerned that a franchise be prepared and sold by the City Council, but the rates and limitations that the franchise should contain, according to the idea of the Council and that demanded by the Telephone Company are so far apart that the controversy promises to Le one of considerable moment. The franchise sold should provide reasonable rates, with like obligation for good service on the part of the purchaser. The Council and Mayor and City Attorney are in full sympathy for a franchise favorable to the people and will see to it that the people's interest is protect ed so far as It is In their power and it may become necessary for the people of the community to get together and subscribe stock and organize a corporation tor the ourpose of purchasing the franchise offered by the City and instal a plant of the people in order to have reasonable telephone rates. This has been successfully done in many com munities and could be done in this one, mobile taking less than five minutes. I then walked O Temporal O morcal) Into a little one room office as editor, typist, proof reader, foreman, devil and other names too numeious to mention. The little paper I got out was not as large as any one of your adds will bo pop-of- . M. D.HUGHES editor, lie. did not the bottom as devil but lit the editor's chair from the start. II made n capable, conscientious editor and edited one of the best pnpers Lan caster ever had. A natural born begin-a- t Editor Record: Having had seme experience in jour nalism, I tieg to congratulate you on your "Third of a Century" anniversary. Failures have happened in many en terpriscs, before we have realized the fruits of success so with journals. From 1883 to 1890 I had charge of the Central Kentucky News, which was printed on a Washington While it was not equipped like the ReC' ord, it gave the news and was strictly Democratic, for Harry Giovannoti help ed get it out. The Record is most modern in press es, folders, type, etc, owns its build ing and is able (o live the other two- thirds of the century, and we all hope hand-pres- this week, but It was gotten out just as yours is, with the interest of the town and its citizens at heart. It payed them, at yours does, more in the long run, than it did me. Fromlhe covenant, of friendship we were establishing then we thought we would enjoy In after years, but alas the forces of life drove us asunder and what wo sowed others have reaped, and our henrt swells with pride when I sen your splendid paper, your magnificent building and plant, to know I was one of the stepping stones, Lancaster is very dear to me and any progress she makes along any line, es peciHily the newspaper line, is gratify ing. No other town in Kentucky, of its size, has such a paper and such men at the helm and I do not congratulate you but I congratulate Lancaster on the growth and enterprise of their pa per. It is enterprise, after all that oils the, wheels of energy and industry Industry gathers together with a frugal hand, the means whereby wo are enabled to develop our plans and purposes. Energy giyes us force whereby we gather the courage to persevere, but it is enterprise that suggests wnyj and means to overcome difficulties all of which ou need in newspaper work. lou have allot these, therefore You Here's to are to be congratulated. vour good health, your family's good health may you all live long and prosper. Armstead lilackwell Elkin. it will. as With the erudite J. E. Robinson editor, the suave R. L. Elkin as business manager, the gifted Mrs. R. L. Elkin as local editor, it is complete in every department. It goes before the public with clean hands, always praising Garrard county its people and resourc-- s. and for that reason it should be patronized by every body. 1 LEWIS LANDRAM. newspaper man who began as a devil and rapidly rose to showing you can't keep a good man down. He is now editor ot the Danville Messenger. An editfir-in-chie- f, The mission of a journal is varied. and It reflects tho intelligence and the morals of the people. Tne Record disseminates knowledge to all classes, seeks to eliminate crime, and to instruct the people in everything high, pure and J. E. ROBINSON. ennobling. Its influence in deterring EDITOR. people from crime is wonderful, for no Our One Third of a Century Edition criminal wants his name published to is issued with grateful assurance that the world, and he is, therefore, slow to a feeling of good will is general be- commit crime. Strictly Democratic its editorials are tween the Record and its large list of subscribers. The entertaining com- true to that party. The farm departmunication from each of the former ment teems with valuable information. publishers of this Journal is an appre- Clubs and societies have an abundance ciated evidence of their deep and last- of space. Articles on general informa In fact ing affection for the 'Old Home Paper' tion are freely published. and their Interest In lis success end everybody can find something to suit continued progress. The high 'rank it his taste. It is indispensable and everybody takes among the journals of its class in the State at this time is a partial reali- should support it, for the Editor and zation of the ends they hoped and la- his force have many difficulties, and bored for as it is the pride of the pres- many serious propositions to solve. We gratefully Long live the Record. ent force in charge. M. D. Hughes. acknowledge the work of these true friends, whom we succeeded in making Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii&v 'i ' liiiHI it practical to have at this, time the good mechanical equipment in this office, and our large list of patrons and subscribers are but the natural results of the true and lasting friends 'mode for the Record by the gentlemen Vhq proceeded us in the work. With these thousands of good friends and well wishers in this and adjoining communities makes the future even brighter for the Record. As long as we are permitted to be in control the public will be assured that this is their paper and that each issue is with the distinct purpose of aiding in building up this City We shell and County in some way. continue to be loyal to our political convictions and personal friends, but we would have it understood tha( our paramount aim is to make this a better community. Wo desire to build up and not tear down that which makes for good, to keep our people united in go Ing forward in those ways which make better and happier men and women. It in our is our aim to scorn and columns things political and social which bring division and malice to the community and instead help to unite and bring together our readers in an accomplishment of the larger things We which make life worth while. earnestly solicit the cooperation of our friends and patrons in these endeavors. A. B. ELKIN. We would have you consider the Record as yours to these ends. Who has been setting typo con Very truly, He first tinuously since a mere lad. The Editor. edited the Alpha, then the Garrard News and later, the Kentucky Visitor. This paper grew in size and quality but he harkened to the call of the city where he has worked for the Kentucky Lithographing Co. tor thirty years and is just asycung as his picture indicates. Editor Record:- When you wrote mo the Central Record, under that name, was to round out a third of a century, meinory.whieh has a strangu power of crowding years into moments, camo to my assistance and I was again the boy, the editor of Tho Alpha, and just as proud of it as you are of tho Central Record. I was carried back to the old farm houso known as Elkin Place, where. according to tradition, I had grown "too large to drive up the duck" and was now driving my own ducks to market Again I in the form of Tho Alpha. hurry through breakfast, and start out across the wooded fields, giving myself fifteen minutes to walk in, and great R. L. was my dlsapKinJment if. on looking r, at the fiwri clock, I foun t it b&d The local editor and business taken the man behind the gun' who a fev moru minutes fiom my busy day. stays on the firing line from Monday (Now tho editor of the Central Record morning to Saturday night. rides from the same house In an auto- EL-KIiran-age- Editor Record:- The Central Record was founded April first in the year 1890 by the late James R. Marrs, of Danville. Mr. Marrs, having just served a term as in that city, gave the field a careful survey, and concluded that Lancaster was the best in which to re sume his newspaper work. He purchased the Central News from M. I). and Robert E. Hughes, and brought to Lancaster the best portion of lbe equip ment used by the Danville Tribune. This, with other machinery added, made an up to date office. The machinery g was driven by steam, that method the most up to date power at that time. Ably assisted by Mr. R. E. Hughes, Mr. Marrs' success in Lancaster was phenomtnal. However, he cherished an ungovernable desire to publish n poultry and farm paper, so took part of the Record's equipment to Lexington and began the publication of a paper of that character, leaving the Record in charge of Mr. Hughes, and later conducted by Mr. John L. Anderson. The Lexington venture was a complete financial failure and the machinery was moved back to Lancaster. Mr. Marrs then made his home in Danville and made daily trips to Lancaster. This wrecked his health and he decided to sell the plant. On April 1st, 1897, Louis Lundram and Henry Cartwright bought the plant. Mr. Cartwright remained only u few months, selling his interest to Mr. Landram. The latter was in charge of the Record until the full of 1909, when Mr. S. F. Hughes bought it. Mr. Hughes ran the plant until January 1910 when Green Clay Walker became the owner. When Mr. Marrs established the Record, he was able to put sufficient amount of money behind it to "make it go," und employed the best printers h could find. The late Walter li. Nichols (conceded to be the best job printer in Kentucky) was in charge of the mechanical department' When Mr Landram took charge, he found the olllco in a dilapidated uud condition, and it became necessary to buy two new presses and other equip ment which, on top of the original cost, made tho burden a severe one. It would be entirely out of place to close this story without mention of the and faithful veteran typo, Capt. Frank J. White, who, during most all the tltno mentioned, wus a d compositor undcp cch of the owners. He hud cusea during the entire time Messrs. Marrs and Landram were in charge, and mujt of He the time under R. E. Hughe. was, unquestionably. Hit best bund coniioItcir Kentucky ever produced. For yeurs upon years he wrestled with the outlandish and often fcllly "copy" tho'country printer must handle, but ulWuya managed to "get some sense into it", as printers say. He was equally patient with the old fogy, who wrote to tell his troubles, and with the wis young pop pin J ay wno bursts Into post-mastabove-arme- ' I print to save the country. It Is a well- - tho Impressions that hungry eyes cower out of the office, romcmberlng) The Printer's Devil had tho "Pure known fact that swearing in a printing awaited; but not daring to mention how tho 'Religion" of tho paper's motto defined office la as absolutely neccsarv as Is a since the automatic folder usurped ' big stove firo was put tinder way for for him In n rather startling way ono valvo to a locomotive, butCapt. the spot where tood the wobbly-le- g f h red hot period two hours before. d.iy. He hnd been trusted lately with White managed to "hold In" when CCl tnble over which human hands re "Chase around to that grocer who'wrltlng' personals and sales of mule' )in I he rnlumn ml nnd trv In pel new'ralt. nml maklm? given a "lane" oi sloppy .crlbbllngs jllcc, mention of the t1cts to carrier size; badly written, devoid of punctuation stork's visit. And he wns some proud. Since the two handle Ink roller gnvo'copy for It." The second. and scrawled over both sides of the vv In n hnlterv of loner hmhs Of bad referred to nn nd 13 ems wide 'As usual, though, prldo went before paper. Men who have worked about ,nmn,,nn f,i from ,rrn Ink wells nnd SI inches long that for six months a fall. printing offices know what required to. i Tnxton had borno the following Intelligence to. Tho Editor one nfternoon before tvn .h do that, ami Capt. Wnl.e was equal to w,,erc n hungry public: "Nineteenth of July, press tiny told the P. I), to compile n way( Qut q ,hc duft filIc)1 occasslon the the "o" box wns so crowded the sec- - Wet or Dry The Time to Plant Your directory of tho town's four churche- sThe first editions of the Record were i i i .... into the ad' Turnip Seed." Those who had fol- - hours of service, name of pastor, wo-fVUIVH tf.V f ' J0!"'" compartments, went out of lowed the grocer's advice Imd been men's auxiliary, etc. He did. It was .i .lv ,imn. i. hlon for th mnchtna that looks eating turnips from tho said plant - . perfect with ono particular exception. prim, out in laierytars Air. ninrr. in Not being ablo to learn the nnmo of Ing for sevcrnl weeks nnd had buried Kinnt typewriter; .tailed' the 'patent ln.1,1." femur., "c Since n wntcr works system, freely the rcmnlndcr in the garden for uso the woman's auxiliary of tho Methodist which was continued until changed by (church AM Society, Sewing Circle, towel .the next month, Janunry, Mr. Lnndram, who made the paper a Installed, hns put the printer's "Warm up the Ink nnd roller for etc., hnd dono efficient duty for three folio, its present size, hII that once stood in the corner n constant reminder of tho burnt-cor- k that Wnshlngton press Job. Rosen - of the denominations he, in despnir, I L. I.nncirnm. home print. of minstrels out the back door baum must have it by three o'clock." Inserted in the Methodist section of Into the osh barrel; Rocnb.num wns advertising for tho me directory just ns tno loeni lorm went to press the following: "Gossip Since electric lights have forever eleventh time a dimmed the kerosene lamps that sale of mcrchnn- - Club meets every Wednesday after- " noon." swung over enscs and presses;. disc. Three days Inter the Editor got a' Since telephones enabled "Get it movo on jou nnd cut up the without leg exercise nnd made .lnTn ttr the next Issue." telegram from the town's trading mnil.ad- - Jlctho.llst, who was sojourning Tor a necessary golf games to reduce the We li.nl no nttendnnt flesh accumulation; dressing machine, but depended on the few wck nt n Springs in nn adjoin-t.,uSince but why do nny more sine Ihml nrnm.ii. who worked in. Ing state and therefore receiving n aln. containing our paper, Ing; the day of the Printer's Devil Is the county clerk's office. oitcd the'le-wi-nppc- r gone nnd soon it will be n myth unless books of three stores nnd wrote nlljwn'c' read: "Vour 'Pure Religion' must menn be- we who have so served do not make tha wedding invitations. This same for it n stand In the historical fabric t. b. n. not onlv addressed the single 'nt- -' n Cnmptcllitc. htop my paper. I The Editor hod never heard tho fa now in weaving. wrappers used where we had only y the cub of tho country print - one reader to n post of flee but wrotu mous sermon tlint tho Devil In Inter ing office may wear his Sunday-Go- subscribers' names on the top margin ye.irs listened to from the lips of Dr. clothes through all week of nil papers, for local delivery, ns Powell of Louisville to tho effect Unit y "Gossip" ns first use. In Ilibllcal dnys nnd show no signs on subsequent w s for mniling In bundles to other wns synonymous with spreading Sabbaths of contacts with inks and county towns. he would have given tho I pastes. "What makes you so jlow with that tho gnsel, or His hands nre velvety and white, funeral job!" A patriarch hnd gone Devil his dues mid not fired him. Of course n Devil ennnot wear a free of from galley wnsh-.'t- o his reward, and with Ink still wet began 3.1 Ing, free of benzine smells artsing'on the announcements of services nnd halo, but thnt job which GREEN CLAY WALKER from folding pnpers, free of blisters jt of pall licnrcrs, tho P. I), went years ngo has n glamour around it cleaning rollers nnd ink plates, free of scampering out every street of the time cannot efface. For three years the editor of tin s s 'town to drop them In tho Central Record, leaving the newspaper cuts from pulling tlint old Ms' 0f the populace, who already knew work for the legal profession, whowlng that bore the name of tho Father of OF THE ' eyes oenr oi nu signs cr the death, the hour of uie luncrni THE EVOLUTION his versatility. of gritty dust from using tho hand and the names of those who were to Editor Record:- bellows on type cases; his shoes dis- - bear his bier. LANCASTER NEWSPAPER. ,r , . . . flnml Itielr. nml lut ivlhe. in. the .t.!n rMH. I tiM... ..r. t.. ... I ' We do not know Just when or by r.n7e,i ICecoruon its Anniversary. Mhv n lohber in verv truth n Wnr.l Me. .1 7" l v, . . mm "1 Lancaster newspaper. iT.ii7 whom thT , .lilflPltT I n.t...i tlic it, .rood work continue through tho Miiati iMrivnu vir .1 U(H ...7. All.t (JUL UI LI1UL lll'll- I !... n !.. llff nirn . " vVa-liwas puuiiineu, uui we nonce Iin me . .. . I. Kuy. ,)0t.. The number of limes the uevii . . ,(l.rIlr, ,m,j.h.,nn lfiTo ... Ihp htnrin nf ih imntl Twnnlpnf liiir .. .1 .I in -ti llUV mem wns me nnppy uaj, i CIU 10 mil a tiay was cnoupn u h follow nir " tmniiipr ior sons 10 nuoie inc comic section ri inn cuv mitn nil tnnihir "Mr. Charles Gallagher, of this years the editor of this pM.er and It hns ,miy cxctnmation , straight that wer first Introduced to printer-bee- n place, has in hi. possession, an old a source nf gratification to him to from tho in hcart of onc ,ho copy of the "American Sentinel" ,h see the paper prosper and grow, until ,h f nrnlcr.. D(.vi. with the! A,l . I. w.n on .mill the Kditor of Dec. 18M, published here, with now no better County paper is being first issue of the Lancaster pnper that came in from n morning's campaign II. N. Zimmerman as editor. It published anywhere, and its equipment hni continuously come from the press among n court day crowd, trying to was "know nothing" In politics, is new and The County th(e past third of n collect enough money to get out of and has the appearance of having WMy inK.i inn uu mule wu lui . . , i. jiuuiiv century. the express office the patent inside been then a thrifty, newsy paper. any other agency, nnd this paper than He wouldn't give up the memory for the next Issue, which Invariably In looking over its columns, we has always stood for the people, and found no business firms that exist of those years for nny succeeding per- camo C. O. D. from Cincinnati. their interest, and on all occasions is iod in n career that has brought him here now. Men and measures have The Editor would post up the payfound on the side of right, taking the greatly chnngrd in Lancaster since into mctropolitian life, where there ments he had received on subscriplead in all matters beneficial to our cit- then, the ,.n, thKrolnpa I cat it im (hn fliltv tf arc furrows in the brow instead of tions we kept no books on that part carriedand the sight of time p.ier us back to the when of the plaster wall not otherwise ocevery person in Garrard County to give uni" ,he fcct prosperity smiled on the land, and to this paper their tu, port and good Those were thu days when the break cupied with inky finger marks which the good old Democratic p.rtv had will, eve'n though at '. times its poli fast bell was the alarm clxk; when the towel wouldn't hold, nnd which control of the reins of government" cies are not in conformity to their be- - th ice had to lie broken on tho tin wc dubbed: "Hand Prints on the San- We see from this there was a paper me i' n,rv f ,,,,vismng .t tuecuruI many niuru linn nf the tmrlr. ruirrli fn ,.ft. In ennnck nei. ,iri! Then he would begin to write pcrso- - published here in I8.V1, but the oldest years of prosperity, nnd to its readers wnter to wipe out the streak of dirt I wish all the good things this world ureunu nsu nun iirei icnovw irum null nnu tne uevu, naving icarnru Lancaster paicr of which we h.v " " affords, with an assurance that their the previous day's work; when stecn,the case," would begin to set them, copy was puuiuned uy Joseph KUCKer siituiort ilnrine' the neriml that I was buttermilk biscuit and cooil old New clad to have a chance of bosses for n from is,, to imii, This was followed by "The Ijinc.ler the editor is still appreciated, I beg to Orleans molasses were not too muchifew minutes. Of courso only the Old for n working kids stomach. Your obedient servant, Captain was Intrusted with the setting Letter" published by French Tipton in lHTl'i The next whs The Alpha, pub- Wading through snow half way to of editorials nnd obituaries. Green Clay Walker. his head (wonder why the beautiful Kn the ,lnv' Aatl: went on tnr the Hhii by A. II. Elkin in 1877, in 1878. w" en arged and called never falls to the depth it did in the 'Printer's Devil-- 24 hours crowded into, M ,n11 " fonn-m- l 80s?) to the office to get fire in the but there was diversity a plrnly the Garrard New.. Mr. Llkin then P"tnerhlp with M. M. .ughn l)If WnOn llnvi tnlto.f tin limit- - l.mfnrn consequently he was never fagged. th, printers got on the job was the oVlock in the afternoon, "ft IbW mZ 'the KirU cnme from folIc(;e (hn!f t,10 first of the day' grind. J. w ( DunU.who edU- If ink. benzine and kerosene bills joy of life would have gone out of the ' Vf were larger then than output of print- - Jo of 1.. . lf ,he office had been ing warranted and the Iioss kicked Iofalt.j , ,omc ,hfr (ecuni, noor Instill by Mrs. hugcniu Dunlap Potts, rrom lgb3 lo wlllt w., known mn. fully this Printer Devil never nn mc other treet) he would swing I CVntr, Kentucky New. wi once confessed to using n paddle of in the window a on h!ehilWBllM,y jiu.( by Mr. M. D. Hughes rich, oily ink or a quart or two of ho hnil pr,ntedt without thc knowle.lge Bnj wn, , , offleo ,,rry ciovan- it otur.uaru un pr.Mucu to neip n.ong or POn,cnt of the Editor, the Captain I noIi rMeiveJ Ui nr,t 0ons in journal-th- e g cobs nnd to this day or the the words nj B,)iri., to )H Bn (,,., since ! the Ross doe's not suspect. .ifi pica wood.typc-"Stol- cn Smiles this time, Lancaster has never been Then began n day's work thnt was nre Swcctcit!" The fact .tho grown without a paper, Mr. Hughes .old out never done because there wcro not ins laughed didn't deter him; there to Mr. J. R. Marrs, of Danville, he was (enough hours. was one just the right size who did nbly assisted by R. L Hughes, who R. E. JIUGIIES. Shaking up the typo cases nnd blow.' smile. Next duy there wns n different was afterwards known a. one of tno I Who began life in Lancaster Inr flllt Inn trtt nml ililaf rnfiltlnf. ,t...l ,1.... tl.l,.tl best nwspaer men in the State. On devil, af erwards assistinK am , printer for ,e hrt work. w ,t kIcJ 11hcr fincr.t, (o April 1st Ib'Jt'i Ixui Ijindrnm and Henbis father in any of the work. local' Dolishini-the chlmncvs: vnnkine: un ilt ..r.it,ti,r..,l I ry Cartwright bought the plant. Mr. editor under J. R. Marrs, then two buckets of water from n cistern1 Snnn th,nftn, ther.. en. .. .,.-- , j Landram was in charge until the fall ... , editor nf some oi Louisville s largest i : ,u .t .1 """" "" " "41. nt .. ono of thn frtrl'a linmit nnd flirt of VM) when J. E. Robinson and F. S, dallies and recognized today as ono of I......I ?" 1.... "r "V " . .M.. ....I Editor asked the Devil to write n Hughes bought It, Mr. Hughes acted the best newspaper men in the state. I"""" ,, as somewhat drier of ink sta ns, not,, lrit.f account nf it ..Kir8t in capacity ot editor until 1910. ho then though ho doesn't have to soil hiH flint r )! u tint Alaanani nilim . 4ltn " mentl" tho city reportcr.cub would sold bis interest to Mr. Grycn Clay bund with printer" ink, Jobber nnd news press; cutting the ,mve oxclainlcj. "Heaven!" wns what Walker wbu gave up the newspaier 6tock for tho first job of dodgers that the ijevji work in Dec. 1912 to enter politics, cncd (t. uay with n column rule; eliaKlng up making it successful race for County THE PASSING OF When the paper Wns off that week Attorney. Since then it has been under running over with tho' the Editor said to the P. I).: "That DEVIL. weeks of "pi" In nn effort to get party story wns good." Of course It the present management of Joe E. RobTHE. PRINTER'S inson, Kditor. and R. L. Elkin, local onough of the font next needed to wos "she" was there In hcr first long editor and business manager. It will complete tho job of the dress nnd inspiring. As he writes be seen that this paper has been known (By Ono of Em.) uutchcr who had never dreamed of go- this contribution to history of a typo as thu Central Itccord since lfaUO. It ing on n rash basis. thut has disappeared "she" sits In nn hns hud many vicissitudes and changes And then tho head printer would The galley slave nt the oar in tho room "That Old Sweet but each editor has worked for the good t..x ndjolning .l..t, ...f .1 war ships of thc ancient Greeks nnd ....... nt v... vii'..tui, ....... . . Lii'iitivu "r . of the town, working together nnd iu Romans had nothing on tho youth of for three score years nnd T"' ,Ont,'0C , , 0W harmony with thu churches and schools P" ni?htnn.l ,vl,:'lrC tn 1,1. l,v.Pon.lv, In the lob offices of the te . change! and all that fostered enterprise and ."... ECaiB ItllVIKU ......! t.vvn.j VUUIU "I. Ulll. eilljlljr BVienS UI UlUVier ".vies ..1.1 DVI Itauvu UUII.JT Tho motto of the Central Record of to- advancement. ,ie publications that voiced the littloinnd long primer almost as fast ns world news of each community anil, tho Printer's Devil could shlnn up day Pure Religion, Untarnished Democracy and Good Government apudded public opinion through thcirgiileys to receive them. peared on our llttlo (two editorial columns Hn wns thn officii clock nn other patent-insidtwo n third Btiict and accurate, tho To bo .tlmc - plecc needed on the job at 7:30, of n century ugo. victs In the bowels of the Bulling ves- - ,unc)l unwrnppej nt u. overcoat on The "Untarnished Democracy" was sels of the Mediterranean lay in flow- - for ,0me at B qU3rlcr pnst 5not then known to bo of the kind thnt sup- cry beds of ease compared with the minute's variation. "" country weekly youth. Next tho was "'o'appoar sluve Tho real galley nbout half hour ,tttcr " 1 winter's Devil of the Ninth Decade of for the ;c'maIn(Icr of ,he j order i,0'"!:1..1",, any Kentucky publication the Nineteenth Century nnd his abode; did so; tbo kind that spoke of a bolter uuuby ui was iiiwii oi iincaaiur, "Kick off those sale bills on tho job-b- or ns bclmr nn exact Garrard, State of Kentucky, Continent Nothing but a lj a hurry." of North America, Hemisphere of tho thousand or two announcements of tho counterfeit of every picture of Judasn Iscariot that hnd up pen red in art galWest. standing for Pure Religion, Untardisposal of household and kitchen fur- leries 27 In all Although not ono Writers of history of that period niture. resembled nn other; the kind thnt vo- nished Democracy and good Government will so record him nnd tho menial who "Count out those letter heads nnd ted in tho open before tha secret-ballpulled the oar for hcr und store became u hldin.m cloak; the kind .eu,in fn,unilr,.wrnmview. It u'mvclopes for that COO s God ench that cnme (that didn't hesitate to tempt tho Au to aid contemporaneous historian J0"-- - An order for i'" onc ovcry three years whether ho gust election "nigger" with "water. that these lines ure written. Homo melons, "itm or not, There "aint no such unlmnl" now as "Good Government" rr.rnnt hnv .and "Rush over to tho drug store and the Printer's Devil have, that benzine can filled. What Ing all tho offices town, county, dis Sfnce cylinder presses, Native filled with goei with all our trict, stute 11ml replaced tho old Washington hand tho blankcty-blanLand, outfit, when muscle and nerve mado cleaning JuicoT" And the P. D. would such "Untarnished Democracy." nt ,, .III. ... seven-colum- or-ti- "closing-out-to-qu- it buslnejs-bclow-cost- hnnd-owrnt- isHI; -- ilkjsH To-da- his-tor- hand-pres- door-way- t,n h-- !., " 11.- -I K ' ..t .., 1 ',,, - -- tn l!2-- 5' 1" . enrd-bonr- jn , 1 I '' "'""t' 1 "hell-box- I bill-hea- d .... ...u' tr.i.i ri..t ....uL..i.i tlnr type-settI 1 .77 four-pagt) o "" home-prin- d wouMlffr'0"' 1 1 tickct-scratch- V'. T'Lt cross-road- '" motor-opcru-te- k .J 16 PACES. THE CENTRAL RECORD, PURE RELiaiOh, UNI A RN1SHED DEMOCRACY AND section 2 NUMBER 00(W GOVERNMENT TWENTY SEVENTH TEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 6. 1916. 19 I. High Grade Merchandise AT bbbbbPbbbbbbb9IbRbbbbbbbbbbbbbb Popular Priced B Christian Church. The above chnrch was organized in 1827 with the following names as charter members: John Jcnnlnjj and wife, William Stirman and wife, Mrs. Folly Silas Myers, Eathanc Dallinger and Mrs. Lucv Frice. Six of these had been rhimbers of the Fork Uaptlst Church. Wm. Stirman was a preacher of the Ilaptist Church, of Mercer county, but with five others, they got their letters for the purpose of establishing a church in Lancaster. He held a meeting In Lancaster and Mrs. Lucy Price made the confession and was baptized, she being tha first person to make the confession in this way In Garrard county. In 1823, Elder Stirman moved here from Mercer and labored with this band nf disciples four years, in 1832, this Jittle congregation, which had been meeting jrom nouse to nouse, lost tills preacher, who became, by appointment of the U. S. Government, an agent nnd missionary to the Indians. Thev next se. cured the services of Elder Thomas Smith. About this time a union meeting house was built and Joshua Cox, A. M. McChesney and Dr. W. II. Hatch, served the church several years. This brings us to 1852 when the above church was built. Then James Henshall and Dr. A. Adams wt re called to preach two ixirus days in the month. Dr. Adams remained with the church until 1871, nineteen years, during his long pastorate, brother Jesse Walden nnd Henry, T, Anderson helped him in his work. Since thn the following men have preached for this church: Elders C. K. Marshall, Ben Rickets. J. L. Allen. W. I. Fowle. G. W. Yancey. Will Gibson, Joseph Frank, George Gownn,- Charles Powell. A. It. Moore and F. M. Tinder, the present pastor. Sar-tai- n, - This is the opportunity to have a New Sprin We have the most complete assortment of Ladies and Misses Coats for immediate and Easter wear. We have the exclusive models in Dresses for afternoon street and evening wear in Crepe DeChene, Georgett and Tafeta. Call and see our line of Merchandise before buying. S uit J. E. DICKE FISOIN IIAMMACK Mr. Taj lor Hignltv la very low. Mr. Roger visited Mm. Coldiron, fBlgSaijirfiWiMBM THE SIMPLEST IS WAY WAY Mrs. I'auline Pennington was th guesj of Mr. and Mrs. C S. Hoop last Monday. Mr. Ivan Turner of He'rea was with his grandfather, Mr. J. T. Allen for Presbyterian Church. The Presbyterian church of Lancaster, was organized In 1840. The con. gregation met first In what was known us the "Union Meeting House," but in 1840 began the erection of a church of their own where the Methodist church now stands. Owing to a failure on the part of workmen to carry out contracts, a lawsuit was brought and the house was not completed for three years. . The first elders were Col. Abner Baker, James McKee and Lewis Landram. Rev. James C. Barnes was the pastor for many years, always the church has been prosperous and the membership has increased each year. In the year 1879 having sold their church to the Methodists a meeting wus held in the town hall looking toward the erection of a more commodious house of worship which was soon realized in this handsome structure. A committee consisting of Messrs W. II. Wherri'tt, S. M. Peacock, Gen. W. J. Landram, George Denny, Sr., Mrs. Pattie Gill and Mrs. E. M. Denny was appointed to solicit funds. The old builJing had been sold to the Methodist congregation and the new, modern and beautiful buiUing, the likeness of 'which you see above, was soon completed. Tho Rev. S. C. Hudsuii has just entered upon what promises to be a successful ministry to this congregation. JHEJEST Saturday. Miss lrfll CoMiron visited at Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Sam Hurt visited Mr. 1). G, ItiiM, Inst week. Misses Nellie nnd Sntlio, Heazley vis Ham-muc- k, A. E. Lerche of 8prlngfield Gives a Recipe for Getting Ovir th Bluet the week-en- Jetf Davis and daughter Susie, were cutats of Mrs. Susie Itenfro last Mrs. Wednesday. Mrs. L'liza Conn and grand-daughteVlrgie, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Iliyant Sunday. 1 ited at liainmack. Saturday. Mik. viIted Mr. John Clark. Friday. SBaaaWtJau Arch Mdlerwere recent' guest of Mr. nnd Mr. It F Parsons, Misses Nanry mimI Lizzie Tunkerstey have returned homt) after a pleasant visit with friend al Hogcrsville. Wtthuve just received a letter from Ind telling of thmlcuthof A. E. LERCHE Mrs. Hnttie Miller Harris. Sliu wax n ''If ou ewr Bet the lihles," he said. dsuiihter of Mr, and Mrs. Dan Miller "It Is well to know tho fclmplcst und and formerly lived in Garrard county best way to get rid of them. Crankiness. iiervoiiMioM und general upset coudlllon preceding the blue usually nro duo to tho relentless crip of constipation on the nervous system. The I. M. McQuerry and children Mr. and Mr. s Mr. and Mrs. John Metcalf and Miss Myrtle Coldiron were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Davis Saturday and Sunday, Iiev. Robinson filled his regular appointment at Carter Chapel Saturday and Sunday, and there were also services Monday nlsht by Rev. Greer, the presiding elder. SUSPECT YOUR KIDNEYS . Methodist Church. mother at Cartersvllle, Sunday. Sunday school wua organized at White Mrs, Henry Kuhlman is visiting Lick Baptist church Sunday, April 2nd. friends and relatives in Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. IlluiTard Jennings were Horn to tho wife of Mr, John Cornell guests of J. T. Allen and family last a seven pound boy, christened Alex. Sunday, Misses Lena Ledford and Lou KuhU Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pennington were man were the guests of Miss Glatha guests of C. S. Roop and family last Anglln, Sunday, Sunday. Miss Ethel Mae Davis Mr. C.'R. Hoop and daughter, Cora, ntertalned quite a number of her friends Thursday made a business trip to Lancaster. evening In a most delightful manner. Monday, This church Vhicli was also holding their services in the union church Too Many Lancaster People Neglect Eatly bought from tho Presbyterians their house of worship in 1873 or 79. After worshiping in this frnme structure n number of years, the congregation having Symptoms Of Kidney Trouble. grown in membership and wealth they decided upon building their present simplest way to mcet-lh- ls condition I A spiritual. brick church, which was built in 1890. beautiful nnd to )me n box of licxnll Orderlies In If your back is lame if you feel dull, zealous congregation they have always been and un ler the charge of the late your pocket and tho way l.i to lamented E. II. Fearce nnd the present Brother Follitt they have gone steadily tako one when you feel thiuttiie: com- tired and -OF If you have hard heiidaches, back- forwurd. ing on. It I the finest laxative for BOURBON POULTRY CURE men, women nnd children I know of, aches und dizzy Bpells und Is it regular nutldoto for lliu blue If tho kidney accretions are dis la th d rink I njf water tho best eer." Hikes Hens Lai Amazingly ordered Suspect your kidney nnd "take a Cure Koup, Culdi, Ciiokra, We havo tho exclusive selllns rkUts for mix meek I'revrult hick- -. stitch in time." One SOc bottla tiiaVaa 11 this crcat laxctlvp. gallons u( in die Inc.. At Use Doan'w Kidney Fills, the time-trieR. E. McROBERTS & SON. Valud able, poultry took frv. kidney remedy. THE FtCXALL STORE MOBIIO BEHEST CO. Liilttfti.lf. It may save you from some- - serious kidney trouble Sold by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. Make uao of Mr. Hibbard'B experi CARTERSVILLE. ence. Mrs. Susie Itenfro has been very ill. Frank Hibbard, Water St., LancasLOWKLL Mr. JelT Davis made a business trip ter, says; "1 had weak kidneys and to Richmond Inst Monday. their action was Irregular and often Mr. J. H. Davis sold a horse to Mr. Miss Virglo Conn was the guest of painful. My back pained me and it 0. M. Harrfor$125. was then that I used Doan's Kidney Kitellu Davis last Thursday night. Mrs. Claud Kidd of Wallaceton was Fills. They fixed me up in good shape. Mr. and Mrs. GatlilT Smith are re a visitor here last week. The pains left and my kidncVs became joicing over the arrival of a fine girl. Misses Id and Cora Hurts spent the normal." week-en- d Mrs. Omla Hurt was the guest of Mr wltl homefolka. Frice GOc, at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doana Mr. Mllford Leu was In Richmond and Mrs. C, F. Jennings last Sunday. Fills-t- he same that Mr. HibSaturday on business. Mrs. Mae Robinson was the guest of Kidney Foster-Milbur- n Co., Props., Mllford and Jim Lee spent her mother, Mrs F. I. Urvant recently. bard had. Meadaniea llulTalo, N. Y. Saturday with Mrs. J. 11. Davis. Miss Lucile Italian! was tho guest of Mr, und Mrs. Joo lloain visited his Miss Maggie Carter for tho week end. A FEW DROPS let Lancaster Graded School. Lancaster is justly proud of this magnificent school building. The school district embraces quite a large territory and considerable wealth. It was established by an almost unanimous votq at an election held on the 9th day of February 1895, under an order of the Garrard County court, made at its Dec. ember term In 1891. The school opened under favorable auspices In September 1895 In what we then thought a handsome and commodious building purchased by the board at the price of $10,000. Prof. Ben Gowan was the principal the first three years. The second principal was I'rof. Patterson of Lebanon Ky, the third Prof. J, II. Mannlx, the fourth Prof. D. W. Bridges, which brings the school to 1909. The school had Increased each year in attendance ahd Prof. Bridges feeling the building was inadequate and out of keeping with Lancaster a progress began to agitate the question of a modern graded school building. The question was submitted to the people who by voting a tax together with funds left by Mr. Lowis Y. Leavell wre able to tear down the old bulldini; and build this new one. This was dune In the summer of 1912. Prof. J. W. Riley, the next principal, taught during the year the preset school was being built. In different rooms in town. Prof, M. L. Caneer, who Is a teacher of experience and ability, is now the principal, and was, the first to take charge of the present building. Under the terms, prescribed by the board, quite a number of pupils from without the district can be taught In the school by paying-tuitioThe school building is located,near the center of four acres of ground affording ample play grounds. The people "bullded better than they knew" when thev decided to. build tho present building aa it is Lancaster's greatest assst. RECIPE FOR CRAY HAIR. To half pint of water add 1 ox. Bar Itum. a small box of liarbo Compound, and Vi ox. of glycerin. Apply to th hair twice a week until It become th deelred hade. Any drturgUt can put this up or you can mix It at home at very little cost, full direction for tnaklnc and use come In each box of liar bo Compound. It will traduaily darken atreaked, faded Cray batr, and removes dandruff. It as exceland will make harah lent for fallina-'hai-r hair soft and alouy. It will not color th seal (Mot sUcky or creasy, and does net rah eff. Baptlit Church. On July 20th. 1812, a council of earnest chrlstaln men convened In Lancaster for the purpose of constituting a Baptist church. This congregation also held their regular meetings In the union church In common with three other congregations. The Baptists, put up their present building In 1851 and dedicated It on the second Sunday In Jan. 1852, Elder John L. Waller preaching the sdr-moThis church, as all others, stand a monument to the work and sacrifice of Godly men and women who have gone before. It has kept abreast of the times In Improvements and today does Its share in th spiritual uplift of the commnnity. Eld. A.. J. Clere Is its oressqt ptstor. The Central Record, Thursday April 6, 1916. .9 Phone26. Lancaster, Kentucky. Our "GARRARD COUNTY WHITE" and "GARRARD COUNTY YELLOW." Is Carefully Selected and' Guaranteed Highest Test. TjTjlTj TjTTQTTTjlT Qfl g J,fcJ J Jt ,Ej.Am i frJ Jj M Phonc26. Lancaster, Kentucky. HUDSON, HUGHES & FARNAU. Dealers in High Grade Field Seeds, Etc. SCRAPS. being the first to erect Boone Way markers over the whole distance, over that to be historic highway, thru Its territory, in 1915. It was In Garrard county, nine miles east of Lancaster on Paint Lick creek, two miles north of Lowell on August C, 1S55 was born Jim Maret who made the big fight in promoting the movement to cut a highway thru the Cumberland; Boone Way. Lancaster population, in lbOO was 103; In 1810. 200; i30. 570, in One (A. Mi - Million - People IN THE if? 3. Sunday Schools of Kentucky ft MAY 7th, 3 Kentucky Sunday 'k v j' v 'Hr' J 1916. You owe it to yourself and your State to atttnd Sunday School on May 7th. If you find there any good for yourself or any opportunity to do good for another, become a per- 8 1 manent member. School Association. w ik p 41 v sv v' J urt J acob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Phones 339-- F 43 or 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. The Central Record incorporated, $1.00 a year. bsued Weekly. POEMS THAT LIVE. Rock He To Sleep. t J. E. ROBINSON. EorroR. Backward, turn backward. Oh time, in R. L. ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. your flight; Entered t the Toil Office la Laucaater, Kr. Make me a child again just fortonightl a Kiss from my forehead the furrows of Mall Matter. care. Member Kentucky Press Association Smooth the few silver threads out of aud my'hair; Eighth District Publishers League. Over mv slumbers your loving watch keep; Lancaster, Ky., April 6, 1916 Itock me to sleep, mother, rock me to sleep. Rotes For Political Announcements Backward, flow backward, Oh tide of tho years! For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 10.00 I am so weary of toil and of tears: or County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 Toil without recompense, tears all in 10 vai- nFor Calls, per line 10 Take them and give me my childnood For Cards, per line again! For all publications In the interI have grown weary of dust and decav. est of individuals or expresWeary of flinging my soul wealth away sion of individual views, per 10 Weary of sowing for others to reaD line . Jtock me to sleep, mother, rock me to sleep. Tired of the hollow, the ba'se, the unWe are authorized to announce Miss true, Jennie Hlggins a candidate for County Mother, Oh mother! my heart calls for School Superintendent of Garrard you. County, subject to the action of the Many a aummer the grass has grown Democratic primary Augmt 1917. green, ItlnR.nma.l ami fn.J...1 our .... toutu, lacej lbe We are authorized to announce J. O. tween, Bogie, as a candidate for the DemocYet, with strong yearning and passion-at- o ratic nomination for County Court pain, Clerk, primary to bo held August 1917. Long I tonight for your presence again Come from the silenco so long and so We are authorized to announce Joe ueep Hamilton as a candidato for County ..v iu ,,;ei,, moiner, rock me to Court Clerk, to fill out the unexpired sleep. term of J. W. Hamilton. Subject to (Elizabeth Akers) the action of tho Democratic primary August 1910. Second-Claee SAVE YOUR HAIR AND KEEP Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. tdX YOUR JOB. or It reflects good taste and once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we haye and get our prices. THli Central Record. at least once a week with any pure soap and every other night apply Parisian Saga rubbing It thoroughly Into the scalp. Parisian Sage will save your hair; it will remove every trace of dandruff and banish scalp Itch and make fyour head feeljfine. The cost of a larira bnitla I. itfli.,J but the benefits are verv a. utow I ... ." A t. wru,gisi wen known, II, B. MeltoW' cheerfully gusrant.es Parisian Sar . is poor. Wash your hair helost his hair. Dust and dirt make dandruff and dandruff makes hemU .,.i i.. , . aim UUIU heads are the first to go when business 1,- -u or thousands of men are losing) their hair daily and are ignoring the I luti. many a man lias lost his job lens I m WM Frank Thompson, Preschersville. Although a resident of New Castle, and up. Henry county, nnd representing the LANCASTER AND GARRARD COUNTY. W. E. Moss has six fresh Jersey cows Louisville district in Congress, Mr. for sale. All good ones. Garrard connty was formed in 179C Graves was by birth a Garrard county and named in honor of Jame Garrard. man. 1 he rich Bluegrass counties and For Sale; Pure Buff Plymouth Uock Lancaster, the county seat, was named the growing towns of North and West eggs, 1G for 50c. Mrs IOgan Thompson Citizens NatlonM Hank. for a city in Pennsylvania, is 90 miles Kentucky drew on the region along the Preachersville. Old Wilderness Trail for jits sturdiest from Louisville, 123 miles from CumKentucky. Lancaster, Four good Hemp brakes for sale. berland Gap and 32 miles from Mt. stock, and this section, where the W. II. Hamilton, Vernon, via Boone Way. This city has earliest settlements were.made, in time Marksbuty, Ky. the reputation of having the most en- became but a "backwater" in the thusiastic and continuous commercial State's development its very remoteOo'h grade Jersey Cow for sale. club in the state of Kentucky and has ness tending to preserve its landmarks G. A. Swinebroad, made great progress in promoting and and legends of pioneer days. Lancaster, Ky. In the hill country along the Garrard- pushing to completion movements for Lincoln line the foothills of the Kenthe advancement of the interests of the Kentucky Bed For tucky mountains a blue bank on the Berkshire sow and 3 male pigs. town and couotv. Their slogan is "The Land of Now". horizon where tho wild wooded knobs G. P. Terrill. fields of Go after it, do it now; and they do it. project upon the Good second hand buggy and harness This club is unlike many others, that farmstead and where Drake's creek yell the rrfters off for a few meetings marks fertile bottom lands along its for sale. Cheap for cash. and die for the want of interest, and a meandering course, are ancient farm Alex It. Denny, few dollars to keep its organizhtlon houses pf early Kentucky associations. Mrs. G. A. Ballard of Paint Lick has going. I his club has stuck together Two of these old houses qre of stone, and accomplished nearly everything one being (be girlhood home of J.ldia eggs for setting, from Ringlet Barred the have gone out hunting for in way Williams, and the other her homo after Jtocks, for sale; or waterworks, electric lights, Ice plant, her marriage into tha nek'hhnrini. , . u ' n FOB SALE:-iieggs, Successful graded and high schools, churches, Graves family and wllOfa On Juiy 8, Incubator, good asnewfor?2.tv;, manufacturing enterprises etc., and 1804, she became the mother of WilE. Henry- liam Jordan Graves, tho future youna at once. '.they aintquit jit", NOTED CITIZENS; Governor Bobt. Congressman from Kentucky, 40 eta per l'uri! Lahg Shang Eggs at P. Letcher, Governor William Owsley, ine ,v. mams no;,, lUhJ, prfifi,teB, setting or 2 settings for78 Cts. as it was Governor William O. Bradley, George C A. Wearren. k etnMtJ eKOi t(l0 win. U. McKee, Mikeal Salter; George II, tflWa Several feet over a man's height Mason. Col. W.JA. F. M. ITn&rlias a nico three year jaek MN fltim the ground, suggesting precaugently and well broken ho t. Gen. D. R. (Jollier, Geoege W,l)un-la- tions against Indians. The intsrior old hon-Lewis Y. Leavcll, (1. J. Kennedy, woodwork1, dressed by adz, is held in Will Ml worth tho money. Win. Sellers. S. M. Miller, E. D. Ken- platfe by wrongbt iron nails and wooden Voil SALE-T- wo full stock, well broke pins. TtlOoughTvlaster of the walls, nedy, M. H. Owtley, 0. B. Farris. Prices tha high inantel, 'th' open fircplacvn Jersey cows with fresh calves. reasonable, Of heavy stonf masonry, wide hearth Airs. Carrie Davidson Phone 317-of stone slabs: tha doors of 'boardi and iM even battens, the Wilt furnUh hemp sed and buy your tho hooks in the ceiling by means of cultivated need in fall. See A. M. which the quilting frame Was drawn Shely, Hotel, or F. B. Marksbury. overhead for the night, am inuto wit nesses of great age. The house on the neighboring farm, For Sale. which was the birthplace of Mr. Grav Silver Laeed Wvandotte eggs at COc fa es, must have bctm originally of identi per setting. Delivered at Lancaster. cal plan. Here the elder Graves llve'd J. II. Lawson, Stanford U. 4. while the son was growing In fame and Make no deal lor a alio without , Lancaster exchange. P.huno getting oar figures and fiitmea. Wo and becoming oneof the quartet wealth giVe more and batter anchorage. of Whigs, with Crittenden, Letcher and d, For Rent, Staiincher door frame. Menefee. who formed the privy home four.Utch door. Steel step Udder, corn land. HovAije and 10 acres of council of Henry Clay. . 'step every 18 inchea. Better compara. P. T, Brown. tire construction throughout. Aged negroes of the Graves una of stories of visits of the slaves can recall Gfet Our Prices .For Sale. "Young Master" to the paterntl roof, BeforoYouBuy "Marto JunUn would come home lit Valr nice blocky mtiHjs. Good workers, NVIII sell one or both. big kmldge, with glass Our dlrtkt Wpmtn) of atavat and (a. n lutaa ana amaUer aallins a4 oparatmi J. W. Elmore. sldw, him and his wife and chlllun auo Iv uhui raaan mar can give lata montjr tnaa you. any ailo company tha Inside anil his black man Jason For Sale or Trade. drlvln' an' Ui" haron do top Itl ui roe it ness iMW lak gold." with Htari Hatch. Incubator holds 220 The Graves homestead 'sVJod R a eggs cheap If taken at once. biacfW of progress In the neighborhood. L. B. Baney, It is recalled that oil lamps worn first Lancaster. Ky.. B. F; D; 3. SILO CO. KENTUCKY used there. It also boasted tha first fcuggy, a smart affair 'with a small Beat W. P. Klncald, Mgr. Fir Sale. 'behind for a negro toy who did footman Stanford, Ky. i.Vi.r milk cows. 2 fresli and one to duties. But the Innovation introduced fresh In a few days, also two sows by this house which most marked the b sows to farrow In parting from the old waya'waa tho ad- and pigs and two T. W. Conn. Oa rrard voonty Ui distinction of vent of tba first cook itove'of the 'step' fw days. has A history of Daniel Boone, Trails and Highways, 'the marking of Boone's Trail, from Boone Park, North Carolina, to Boonesboro. Madison county, Kentucky, a distance of 140 miles, with 44 markers, showing the location of each marker etc., is being Written by James Maret, President of Boone Way As- i. Tit. will: ibe it. r vmiivu, mi. vernon, found matter from Bdvance sheets of this history which will be published 'in the spring. Mr. Maret is now engaged in the work of preparation for routing Boone Way on from Cumberland Gap to Lexington, Davidson county. North Carolina, Boone's old home county, and within whirl) is located Boone Park, consisting of five cres of the original Boone homestead, and on which today stands a replica of the original Boone cabin in which there has been created a museum of relics left by these liistol 1C people. I here are two monuments in this park erected to the old pioneer. one by the Davidson and Rowan county people and one by the D. A. K. The park is under the charge of The Daniel Boone Memorial Association, (Incorpor ated). Lexington, N. C. At the dedi canon oi mis parK, me monuments, on April 30th 1910. there were 10,000 peo pie present, includingmany descendants of the Boone and Henderson families. quite a number of whom live in the old "tar heel" utate. type. This was the case, for the passing of the crane, the hooks and pots and kettles, the iron Irk eta and ovens which had made the old kitchen hearth a snot of picturesque and savory hospitality. The house has not lost its character of being "advanced." It is now equipped with watering and lighting facilities. A telephone and motor and parage have quite done away wjth the, Zl'c of remoteness which used to hang 1840, 4S0; 1809, 721; In 1870. 741; 1910 over the locality. The holdings of land of which these was 1507. Lancaster has a weekly newspaper in old houses were the "manors" were of full sympathy with her excellent com- hundreds and hundreds of acres of noble mercial club, and does things. The woodland, virgin stretches of bluegrass Central Record, J. E. Robinson, editor, and wooded uplands, where deer and R. L. Elkin local editor and busi- abounded. ness manager. lotmtr Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. , Shelbyvllle, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mondi;- Lawrenceburg, 3rd. .M6nday Nicholasvlllc, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. ' Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. J1ferson iibrwtrsk School m Lav1. two roniam: in tkaho LJi. rrt t,p.l ii4trt-ri.Ja-i f 4(fPM1atM''irUaUK! iwr rtc fctp Hirt4it Issiofayn Tir rt , - VKit Iffsl , la j f lst.afn OUOTT 1111 ttSSaULO, Sce, UaLriDt, Kf. Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. North-K,uncl. No. 10 INTERESRING LANDMARKS OF GARRARD COUNTY. FARMER'S COLUMNj MONEY TO LOAN on No. No. 28 No. 14 Cincinnati Express, Ully 4:30 a.m Spc- cinl, daily 6:03 a.m. Blue Grass Special, The recent placing in the Smithsonian ipac ikIow Ihla btadins t loi m aiclu- Institute, Washington, ,of a Deringer Ire ua of onr farmer aubacrtbera. and la for rifle used by Congressman William J tha aal of aloek, sialu aud audi Iblnga ou la Graves, of Kentucky, in his famous farm aa lb farmar canuot afford oreradrcr No notice will be accepted lour duel in 1528 with Jonathan Cilley, of lla. aud will beonlvtn two laauea of tba tinea, Maine, has recalled attention to this cobd. free of ebarso affair of seventy-eigh- t years ago, which at that time so outraged public Fresh Jersey cows for sale. G. B. Swinebroad. opinion that subsequent political events were affected by it and Congress was For Sale; Bed short horn bull. g led to enact an law. dally except Sun.C:03 Carolina Special, dally 7:00 No. C Local Express, daily 1:35 No. 2 Cincinnati Limited, daily ..C:20 No. 12 Itoynl Palm, dally.. 6:37 South-houn- a.m. a.m p.m. p.m. p.m. Farm Lands $2,500 In amounts of W. F. CHAMP, Express, dally 11:05 a.m. No. 11 Royal Palm, dailyll:20 a.m. No. 1 New Orleans Lim ited, daily 11:35 a.m. No. 13 Carolina Special, daily 10:15 p.m. No. 3 Spe cial, dally 11:35 p.m. No. 0 F lorlda Spe- clal, daily 11:52 p.m. No. 27 Blue Grass Spe cial, dally except Sunday, arrives- - 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes nnd Information call upon or address M. J. Coughlln, agent; 'phone 340. No. 6 Locn 1 ered back-lyin- g IJP iipM More Silo Stcel-hingf L. &1NT AltltlVB. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Kf.- - i o To Majsville, connecting at Rlchmon with L & N to Frankfort & Louiiville; No 71; 8:33 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 2S; 11:01 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Bcattyvillc, Lexington ft Cincinnati, MiddleBboro & Knoxvlllc. No 70; 11:50 a. m. rm Uot, r "to Itichmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:00 p. in. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon' Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 1); 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with train to Brlstol& Atlanta. fast Less Money 310-B- A Neatly Visiting Card Is Engraved THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. Come and see vrhat a beautiful line, of samples we have and get cur prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD The Central Record, Thursday April 6, 1916 A STORY OF HUNGARY Dr EVERETT P. CLARKE Good Enough For a Servian Br KTHEL HOLMES Said the Critic,- - Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Columbus Ilcforo you decldo on any wagon, examlno ttio Columbns. Strongly built of the best poMiblo material tlie Columbus wagon gives the moit satisfactory service for tho longest period of years. Tlicro is no secret In the notedly long lifo of the Columbus wagon. It Is the result of tho mctliorf employed in construction. Thcro is no wood in this wagon under shelter from one to two years. which has not been Tho axles and tho (pokes of the wheels aro hickory; tho bounds, bolsters and saudhoards are oak, and tho bottom of the box Is straight grained flawless pine. These aro just a few examples of the care which is taken to make this wagon as reliablo as Kssible. The result is that the Columbus wagon is unbeatable In reliability and endurance. Corao in and examine it for yourself. We know you will be pleased. air-dri- BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. Draw A Check for the money youove mid note how much more res- pectfully your creditors you. They like to do Imsinoss with a man who has an account nt the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he is doing business In a bunirrss like way. littler open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Ther will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Copftol $50,000. A. It Surplus Fres't 30,00(h JENNY, President J. E. STORM KS, Vice It. 1. Jwimr. Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. GILL, Safety Samual Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR Stormes, S. BUSINESS. I). Cochran, Alex R. Denny. J. H. I'osey, J. E. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. a W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Olllco Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. ! Capital $50,000. - Ji i il ... Plant and Cultivate a bank account with us and REAP the harvest of a competence. .' Surplus $50,000. m e Citizens National i OF LANCASTER. KY. J. J. WALKER, Vlca Prest. II. F. HUDSON. President Job J. Walker, Jr., W. 0. P.iuney, Asa't Cash'r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. r. Bank i DC 3 11 C 3G 3E When the Ilrltlsli troops wero makcIjmik Tho limp of i:uroK3 Ims Ing ercr allico llioro Ims heen niijr his- ing their way from Hnlonlki. (Ireece, to torical record. Thero hnvo liceii times assist tho Servians In repelling the Unuxpcctwt t lint itarians the commander of thu I'ugllsti when cliatiw hnvn Ih-tlmvo not ixTiirrcil. Ono thlnK Is notice, advance was deslrlous of communicatnblo no ;intlun In Kuropo tins Ihrowii ing with the Servians nearest to htm In order to arrange for n Junction be olt n foreign yoke. Hntcring n Sixty jenrs nso Ilunpnry wni In n twecu the two forces. to Austria. peasant's hut, ho found a (keek famiposition of nntflKonlun Lout Kossuth catno t tho United ly, tho oldest daughter being n pretty Htatrs, which was In those dnys tho girl of sixteen. "Would you like to earn these" the who desired to lucent of nil free, to rnl.'o funds to prosecute general asked of the girl, showing her n revolution nKulnst tlio other wins of a handful of gold pieces. Her eycH sparkled, and sho admitted the dual empire. lie was trailed Iltwr-all- y hy Iho freedom lovlns Anierlinn that she would. "Well, then, tako o basket of eggs people and returned to Hungary. What htcaino of the money rnUcd nt and go northward, ostensibly to sell that tlmo I do not know. What every- them to such soldiers ns you meet. body docs know Is that Hungary Is Ono of the eggs will contain n message. OIvo It to the first Servian oul-ce- r still a Hirt of the emplro of Austria-Hungaryou meet." I nm of ltungnrlnn parentage, but I "Suppose," asked tho girl's mother, was Imru In America. My father was "this egg containing tho messago falls In sympathy with the movement to Into tho hands of n Hulgarlan?" for his fatherachieve Indepemlemo "In that case," replied tho general, land and was a jnember of n revolu"It would go very hard with your tionary society organized fur that pur- daughter. lint," ho addod, "If she pose. This story which I mil nlxiut to manages well I think sho will get It relate ho tol! mo when I was n boy. through without any difficulty." "The society to which I belonged." Tho woman looked nt tho gold, then organized for the pur-his- at her daughter. Tho latter looked nt ho said, "was bringing nlxmt n rising of the tho gold nnd told tho general that she of Huugnrliii pooplo ngnlnst the Austrian would undertake tho mission. Tho genOf course we were n v eral called for a basket of eggs nnd, lyivi riiim-nt- . cret body. I determined to learn the taking one, chlpjied n small hole In the pinna of the government concerning shell, let out tho contents, rolled a bit Huugjry, mid to do this I ofTereil my ef tissue paper on which the message services to the prlnio minister ns a spy had lieen written Into a wisp the size on the revolutionists, revealing to him ef a match, put It through tho hole in that I was a member f n circle whose tho shell, filled tho remaining space object was to nchleve the Imlepend with sand, then scaled tho hole with a enre of Hungary, mid I had Joined the bit of white plaster. with a view to obtaining their Tho girl was expected to go some I nucctctlol In winning the plniiH. distance; therefore a horso and cart minister's eoutldciice ami anticipated en the place were requisitioned to take getting much valuable Information. her. As sho drove nway tho general Tho danger In all this was that tin bid her godspeed, and If sho got the less I made known to the circle my In- message through and returned safely tentions I wits likely to be considered sho should have a hundred gold pieces. a trnltor to them. If I told them what Possibly sho might Ih Intrusted with 1 1 wns doing wits liable to run ngnlnst a return message, but it had been arsome ono among them who was en- ranged by the ono In the egg that It deavoring to accomplish for the gov- should be oral. ernment what I was desirous of doing Marin, tho girl, drove along a road for the circle. If so I would lie Im- leading northwestward till sho came mediately nrrested und shot by the to n picket guard of Bulgarians stagovernment. tioned to prevent nny communication "I concluded to place In the hands of between tho French and English and SSulmsky ono member of the circle the Serbians. Maria showed them her was Ids name evidence to prove that eggs, and when they seemed disposed I was working In the Interest of Hunto turn her back sho gave each of gary, but charged him not to produce the men a couple of them. They were It till I should coll tiion Mm to do so. very hungry; therefore tho brlbo was Indeed. It consisted of papers In n scal- sufficient. ed package tho nature of which he did She next came to quite a large force not know. He and I had Jong been of Bulgarians, and tho officer In charge friends, and I felt suro that he was refused to let her pass. Sho made up true to Hungary. a sad story about her mother being 111 Through the prime minister I learned aid she had gone out to get some eggs provision had been made by for her to eat. Tho otllcer referred Just what tho government to suppress any rising tho matter to his commander, who, on tho part of Hungary and, more than moved by Maria's story, ordered that this, what prominent Hungarians were a woman bo employed to search ber playing false to tho Hungarian cause. and If nothing was found on her to let Then suddenly I met with a misfor- ber go ou. The search was thorough, tune. Khlmsky was arrcstcd as a plot- tho cart being also carefully looked ter against tbo Austrian government over. Of course notblug was found. And a second misfortune followed Im- Then Maria gave nway all tbo eggs mediately. A few days after Shltn-sky'- a sho did not need for her mother and arrest our society held n meeting, went on, having been given a pass and I wns not only accused of being which would euablo her to go as far as she liked. a traitor, but of having given tho InSho noon met with a party o( Bulformation that had caused his nrrest. "It happened that another member of garians engaged In placing obstructhe circle wns playing the name gamu tions ou tho road. They stopped her, One Ilamlnye, wlillo but when she showed her pass tbey I was. playing. pretending to lie working In the Inter- wero willing to let her go on. Hut, est of tho government, had learned that being short of rations, they confiscated 1 was In tho confidence of the prime her eggs. This frightened her. "Some of them ore not fresh," she minister. Itamluyc at once reiwrted the matter to tho society. They consti- said. "I dou't think you will care to tuted themselves n court to examine eat such." With that the officer In command Into tho charge. 'Tho evidence of my true position had took up the egg- - ono after tho other been given only to Shlmsky. nnd he and held them to tho sunlight to look had been nrrosted and his papers con- through them. When ho came to the fiscated. If ho had placed mine with egg with the message, before raising surely lost. I could It to tho light ho held It In his hand tho others I w not convluco the clrclo that I was true a moment to Judge Its weight. would 'This one Is bad, I know," ho sold. to them, nnd the government have conclusive proof that 1 had been "It doesn't weigh the same ns the others." n spy on their movements. If I Maria's heart stood still. the circle I would full by the Tho olllcer held tho egg up to the go eminent. "All I could say to tho circle wns that sun, nud, since no light passed through I had deposited proofs of my loyalty to It, ho put It In tho basket, saytug: "My dear, If you meet with a SerHungary with Shiinky.. if the government s nut in possession of them vian you are quite welcome to give him and they could be found, I was saved. that egg. It Is not good enough for a If not, the government would put mo Bulgarlau, but It Is too good for a Servian." out of tho way. A way was made through the ob"The circle at onco considered what they had better do, but I was not per- structions for Marin's enrt, and she mitted to hear their deliberations. drove awny amid the laughter of the They decided Hint there was n strong men nt their olllcer's Joke. That was the last stop Maria made. probability that the government hud with Shim-sk- Tho next men she met wero some Ser-vla- n tho papers I hud depo-dtecavalry. Sho gave tho egg to their that I would be arrested and my arrest would bo very dangerous to tho commander, telling him that It conHo escotted her to I wns culled Into the room tained u message. society. lio deliberations had taken his general, who took the paper from where phco und handed a um of moiiev tho eggshell ami read It with Intense Interest. It named tho location and told I wns to use In which I tho dato at which tho Urhlsh and tbo "I left the meeting within ten min- Servians would form a Junction, and, utes of receiving this command and, In Muco this suited the Servians, Maria disguise, inado my way Into Italy. had only to carry back au oral mesThere I felt comparatively safe, but sago stating tho fact. Strntigo to sny, she bad more diffAustria then held northern Italy, and until I had left that country I was not iculty lit getting back than in going suro of Immunity from arrest. I was out. Sho wns onco detained overnight When sho bound for America nnd learned when nud twice wns searched. I reached this country that no ouo ac- Dually reached the British outposts sho wns taken to tho general, who gave cused of a iwlltlcal olfeuso could be her a kiss nnd tho hundred gold pieces extradited." Sly father married an American and promised her. The exploit was very much to the never returned to Huugary. I nctcr beard him say whether tho papers he credit of tbo messenger, but it availed had deposited with Shlmsky fell Into nothing la tho end, for not long aftertho hands of tho government or net ward tho allies retreated to SalonlkL Nevertheless though what tbo girl SIuco he bad fled tho country the government wns not likely to rovcal what did was of no avail hi tbo end she was very proud of It. knowledge of him It possessed." "Give us TRACTION, --without FRICTION!" MAKING " $ II mim 1 ii WHSji i i raisn t i 'i,-- t ; wmm H m ii i I '!) i J Tires. The "Silver-townTire, you know, gains its marvellous Speed (and the Coastinpr qualities that demonstrate its Speed) primarily through having only TWO layers of Cords, bid transversely. (course, theso TWO layers bend more readily than Five, Six, or Cevtn Layers of Fabricdo (or of Cord would). w,9 fun- - it .accessary, in order to conserve that flexibility (in tho Tv. construction), to put a Rubber Tread over it which was flexible, equally strong, r.nd clasiio cnoiwh to act ru a sort of spring between tho r, Earth and., the when Brakes wero thrown on ct stopping, or clutch thrown in at starting. So, W3 had to devise practically a new kind of Rubber, for th purpose, T,T0 YEARS AGO. And this new kind of Rubber Compound now does for GOODRICH Tires a work paralleling that done by the wonderful Alloys of Steel and Bronze m modern Motor Car construction. It multiplies Rubber Efficiency, for Tire purposes, whilo decreasing its Veight, and without increasing its Bulk, or its Cost to you. rd tj Vire-cacinr- tho "CHvcrtown" Cord Tiro. tnuRht lessens in tho manufacture of lighter, mora flexible and endurins FABRIC j las mm WW liiVv.j 'Ml ft J 30 r 3 I 30 z JVi I r S.IHt Tread (310.40 t S13.40 15.45 322.00 $22.40 $31.60 .$37-3- 33i3'A 36z4H 37 z 5 3S.5H 33 z 4 31 1 4 "I'.ir.U.t" $50.60 5 Goodrich AiREFQOTr we cannot yet supply half the demand for Silvertown Cord Tires" (until enough manufacturing eouinment can lx? cnnstnirrpHl wn compromise with the Public by giving them, without additional charge, tho highly efficient black Silvertown Rubber in all ucoiincn Jj'AUKIO Tires for 1916. This makes GOODRICH Fabric Tires tho most Resilient and Responsive-to-Powe- r, tho most Long-Live- d r.r.d Lively, of all FABRIC Tires, at ANY price, without increasing their relative price to you. We call thi'3 now Silvertown Tread Compound by the name and brand of "Barefoot Rubber." Because, it CLINGS to the pavement for the same sort of reason that your bare foot clings to a slippery floor, while being flexible, stretchy, springy, and light. TENACIOUS, resilient, enduring, this "Barefoot Rubber" you today get in all black-trea- d Goodrich Fabric Goodrich Motor-Cycl- e Tires, Tires, Goodrich Truck Tires, Goodrich Bicycle Tires, Goodrich Rubber Boots, Overshoes, Soles and Heels, and in none but GOODRICH products. Test out a pair of these moderately priced black-trea- d FABRIC Tires and see what results from tho mixing of BRAINS with Rubber. THE B. F. GOODRICH CO. Akron Ohio K Tires Lancaster Motor Car Co. Distributors for Garrard County. Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF FOR FULL INFOrtMATICN, THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. H. C KING, Pasiencer and Ticket APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE Agent, 131 Eaat Main Street, - r W. A. BECKLER, Coneral Pasee.iger Agent, Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio To Our Subscribers. We Want Your Help. Will You Do This For Us? ns We are anxious to tell all of your friends and relatives about the kind of a town and connty we have and the good things we are doing to improve it. We want you to fill out the blanks below with the names and addresses of people whom you know that have at one time been residents of this county, or have a number of friends and relatives living here at the present time. We will send each of them several copies of TIJE CENTRAL RECORD absolutely without charge to them or to you, and we shall greatly appreciate your kindness. You may mail this to us or hand it in at our office. This little service will help boost our town and county and we feel sure that every resident will be willing to help. Thank you. Name. Address. Name. Address. Name Address. ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at "The Turizdn for a nice Lunch, also Everything In Soft Drinks The Central Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Vi . n, ip1 e F)l Z3B Lancaster, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday April 6, JOHN GILL KINNAIRD. 19 1 6 ROBERT KINNAIRD. Just opened on Danville Street opposite Presbyterian church. ARCADE 11 J J V (J U cases. Tired 1 .SUDDEN SERVICE" Our Motto. Only SKillful and Experienced Workman Employed. Free Air, Car Storage aSpeciaJty. When Your Auto Needs Repairs, Bring it to us or let us Send for it. Open Day and Night. Phone S-- l . JL PREACHERSVILLE Miss Mamie Holtzclaw visited Miss Essie Ilallard in the Canaan section. One-hal- Stomach Trouble Jj PE-RU-N- CONQUERS RHEUMATISM IN HAVE YOUR Most stomach troubles nre not dls- The stomach Is simply weak. out. The rleht kind of a tonlc is what Is needed. A few meals, well digested, rwlII fumlsh natural strength: That Is what a, tonic will do for you. It will start the stomach coins right. Then tho stomach will take, core of Itself. A VERY FEW DAYS. L2VE STOCK HUSBANDRY MAKE A 4 Good the Year 'Round There Is no use of wrltlnc a now prescription every time a, remedy Is needed for a weak stomach. No use d whatever. Tho old, remedies, put up on pur-- J aw ou"t uiv ik birai utai uentrr man an cu- hand prescription. Teruna Is tho remedy that people have relied upon for a great many years. It is ready to take, composed of pure drugs, of uniform strength and composition. Not an experiment. Feruna Is a Substantial, household remedy, with forty years of splendid history behind it. Ia buying Peruna you toko no risk. TovTknow what you aro (retting. Always Btady-to-Ta- kt well-trie- Ss fea J GENERAL ERCK f tcaspron of Khctima taken Messis Edgar Holtzclaw and Henry Lunsford went to Hamilton Ohio, to once a day has driven the pain and agony from thousands of racked, criplook for work. pled and dispairing rheumatics during Hemp seed seem to be soaring above the last five years. the sky line. Mr. J. M. Cress who re j Powerful and sure"; quick ncting, yet cently bought up several bushels hat harmless; Rheuma gives blessed relief been ollercd $2o per bushel. The logical almost nt once. The magic name has t conclusion: too hiph to nlant. reached every hamlet in the , land and Mr. Woodson Carpenter has had a lot there Is not,a druggist anywhere who of trouble with his ear for the last few cannot tell you It he will of almost days. While handling brush n twig fell marvelous cares. If ou are tortured with rheumatism back and struck hi in in the ear bunting the ear drum. As he has been bad or sciatica, you can get two bottles of o!T with his other ear for some time he Rheuma fram R. E. McRoberts cr any druggist for not more than $1.00, with is desering of the sympathy of all. the understanding that if it does not In the recent selection of the Hon. drive rheumitici poisons from your David R. Francis, of St Louis, as Am system money back. bassador to Russia, Richmond grows boastful. Preachersville, too, can put up a modest claim, since his father, the MT. HEBRON late Mr. John U. Francis, at one time Mr. G. A. Uruce'a condition remains owned the Horton place where ild Ky hospitality was dispensed and the young i unimproved. son David from St' Louis, was frequent Mr. Ed Owens of Danvillo was in this ly numbered among the guests. Mr, section last week buying produce. Vl m. I'ettus, the druggist of Crab OrMr. Earl Grow bnu.-ii- t of Mr. Chas. chard, ami Mrs. James F. Cummins, Duncarr some corn i.. v-- par barrel. of Bellevue Ky.'late of Stanford", are Mr. EdJ Grow.bo'ight of Mr Everett first cousins to the eminent St Louisan. Grow of Nina a young horse for?127.W). Mr. Asbury Preston who has been ill for several months, is able to walk around in the room. Miss Ollie Crawford was the guest of R. Duncan and j her brother, Mr. Joe THE SOWS WORK. JsLi Csmpultory Cxsrclie Nsccssar For tho Health of Orsadlng Animals. orse It would lie dillleult t polul out lazier (nature In the animal kingdom than u Proud kiw, and thosi who proclaim the doctrine of Kiting nature tuke her courM) will fare nil Mint of dire disaster in swlnu breeding iiera Hons If they let the sows haru their own way. We do not hesitate to pay that the most skillful kind of revdlnt; Involving ii n ideal luilancetl ration will not result In n favorable ouieoiue at farrowing time imleiw some mirt of compulsory exercise Is forced upon herd, sajs the lown tlie breeding Farmer. Wo appreciate the fact that n ut-like this become linckneyiil and H H dllllciilt to convince the average attacl.eil to cxercbie during tliu wlator ian Hint much Itntiortance should ln Jack Cards COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GARRARD I CIRCUIT COURT. Bryantsville9 Ky. The store where spot cash saves you money. -- D. F. Smith. Jt al. I'laintilfs. sister-in-HaVS. T. G. Rates, et al, Defendants. I Pursuant to a iudirment rendered at the March Term, 1010, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction w iho liiKucsi uuu uesL uiuuer, ueiore i School, i ne louri uouge uoor in Lancaster, Ky, at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts, on 'Mr. H. F. Edington, who was injured several days ago by being run over by MONDAY, APRIL 21, 1810, wagon, after intense sHfTering died It being the llrst day . of the Garrard a bounty Court term the real estate at his home near Hourne, Thursday afmentioned in the pleadings and des- ternoon Murch 30th. He leaves a wife cribed as follows: ami ten children, three of whom ure In Garrard County. Kentucky, on the married. He was CI yearc of age and waters of Henderson liranch of Paint a life-lon- g resident of this community, Lick Creek and bounded as follows: Beginning ut a point 7 feet N. E. of u being a member of tlie church ut this large lynu tree at the end of Ccmelry pluce about 21 years. Funeral services lane; thence with J. W. Walker's line were conducted by pastor. Rev. Mahan. wife Saturday and Sunday. Miss Iva Del Montgomery left Monday to lie with Mrs. San. I'arlee at Little Hickman during tho summer. Mrs. Matilda Ilurke and aon Johnson, of Jeasamine, were with her Mrs. II ' F. Ellington until Sunday. Miss Eulalu Montgomery spent la.vt week with Mrs. U. 0. Montgomery and attended commencement at Ruena Vista White mrHi loiif a ft l irtio p.irt country. &ru etllt htiUltng own axHlnut other vnrMKtt. tbrlr ChtBter Vhis hae largo ham and iiouMeri atvl ar MuUy fat tfit?l nt nny age. The mw ani litter here ilcturel ura Ch9tvr Whltoc Cht-atc- of tli brrcl throughout COMMISSIONER'S SALE GARRARD V. 'S SALE OF LAND. -- OF LAND. CIRCUIT COURT. GAKKAIID CIRCUIT COURT. II. Johnson, Adra'r, et al, at the corner of the Unitarian Uut-tiChurch lot; thence liust ao feet to b stake in Sallio Mavileld's line; thence South with Ssllie Mujlkld's lino' to Hice lliutt; thence West with lliatt's line to the Baptist Church lot; thence norm Willi this line to the beginning, containing 80 by F52 f. it. The purposes for which this sale is made are not stated in the judgment. TERMS. Said sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond withapproved security, due in six months from date of tale, said bond bearing Interest ut the rate of six Percent per annum from date until paid having tho force and elTect of a judgment upon which execution may lue If net paid at maturity. st VS. Owen GillUpie, ct al, Defts. Pursuant to a judgment rendered ut the Murch Term. 1010, of the Garrard Circuit Court, the undersigned Commissioner will sell ut public auction to the highest and beat bidder before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ken tccky, ut 11 o'clock u. in. or there, aboitts on MONDAY, APRIL 21. 1910, it beinil the first day of the April term of the Gurrurd County Court tire real estate m.ntionud in the pleadings und described in the judgment a follows: In Garrard County, Kentucky, in the city of in vthat is known ns lluker'a Addition being a portion of lot no. i, ana founded as follows; Beginning ut a stake In Totten Aven-u- o Pltfa. Carrie Young, In tt al, VS. n Plaintiffs, Defendants. .,...!. mitih,-mir-iln- Tiney Dawson, ct al, inrTfTm.... ... on the Murch Term. 1'Jltf, the uiiderslgntd Ccmmissioner will sell at to tile iilgtiesc un'i best I,i,I:Iit l,r.,r.. the Court House door in Lwicastir, Ky at 11 o'c.ock, a. m. or thereabouts McWhorter: thence with said McWhor-- i ter S 13 E 12.9,pole3 to u stone, corner' to McWorter; still with McWhorter S S3i E .'S'Jl poles to a etone, corner lr McWhorter, still with McWhorter S SSI E 40.0 poles to a stone in center of roaJ: thence with center of road S 13J H 2U.1 poles to a point in centernf road . If- - C II ,uii-t l. ju.u ..,.1 hi n jioim in cenier ui ,1 ,.ni .u ,n mn lhunla v; i point in center of rc.ad; thence S 15 E.1 0.6 poles to a M)int in center of road; T. J m Walker N S& V 36.4 poles to u post in old road; corner to John Doty's and J. It. Parltt; thence with said Doty N 13 E G4 1 poles to a post in Doty's line, corner 10 r.. xj. .Mcwnorter; inence u new line with said McWhorter S 791 E 70 poles to u thorn free, corner to said i'muloerncth1 J.'tf ; I Said bond will bo made pavuLlo to W. II. Urown. as Muster Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court ami a lien will be reserved upon the land sold to secure the payment of said bond. W. H. UROWN, M. C. G. C. C. It. II. Tomllnjon. Att'y. ,1 11,,,. rUn,,r,Li,l ;., 'nir. jj Garrard County Clerk' ellico and the' same land ronvejvl by 1). F. Smith and R. C. Faulkner to T. (1. Hates by sideof-th- e road: thence with North deed dated div of and re- wuu ui lira mau a to iv .uu cnum?; corded in Ueod Hook page thence around the Spring N 101 E 15 Garrard County Clerk's office. chains to North side of road; thence The purpose of said sale ia to satisfy n 10 uiMii,iviia aune; ir.o niueoieuness in iieii nuani amount-thenc- e 16 W 1!) chains to a stone cor- - ing to t6.VJ0.0O with interest thereon at ncr iu nu, i, ituouiumij uience iiis line six per cent per annum irom Uctober a joi cnains to mo ucginning, contain-- ; Bth. 1914. until paid, subject to u credit ing 2 acres. f Wi.K paid Januury 1, 1910. and the The purMses for which thi3 sale is , probable cost of this uction. amounting made are not stated In the judgment. to ubout $130. ' TERMS. TERMS. will be sold on a credit Tho property will be sold on a credit The property of six and twelve months und the pur- - of six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond chaser will be required toexecute bonds with approved security for the pur- with approved security, due in aix and chase price, due in six und twelve twelve months, respectively, and bearmnths resiiectively, und bearing inter ing interest at the rate of six per cent est at trie rato oi six per cent )er an- per annum from date until paid, having num from dute until pltd, having the the force and effect of a judgment upforce and ellect of a judgment upon on which execution may issue, pa which execution may issuu, payable to to W. II. Urown, Master Commissioner W. II. Urown. Master Commissioner of of the Garrard Circuit Court, and alien tho Garrard Circuit Court, and n lien will be rtserved upon the property sold will be retained ution tho lironertv sold until an tne purchase money is paid, until all the purchase montr is" paid. W. H. BROWN, M. & u. c. c. W. II. BROWN. M. C. G. 0, G. 0. Swinebroad, Att'y. MONDAY, APRIL 21. 13JC. it bemjr the first day of the Garrard County Court l enn the real estate men tioneil in the pleadings and described as follows: In Garrard County. Kentuckv. on till Duenu Vista and Knurs Mill I'lrnnilm road, and bounded as follows; Lot No. 8 in trie iiosney iru t. lleginning at a stake corner to No. 4, on the North .c'; w"?,f" ?' V.J.TfKl': lery lune; thence S S&i W l lOof a ile to the beginning, containing GUI acres, Ileing the samo land conveyed to D. F. Kmltti and R. C. Faulkner bv T J. f!r.rll lie ilnil llntiwl Muv 11 1 1 tin.li '.. Wlwn mows have their ow,i moutlis. sweet nny aUmt tho matter thin spend four or live hours nwtlliig their nk?o wnnn led Wr every hour that they rustle, whereas during the greater imrtUiiof the winter theru lnj no reason why mil ma Is fn tlvi brei'dlug henl aliould not lw I.ept on their rVet o( 1,10 Jay- during tho i One wif to ruftirve purt of thin U to Fcattcr grain ubont tlp yard Instead of fevdlnn It In n tfougli. This U not eiiongli, however, and thove at 3 "l M,t who n ru most xuccesiful In raising , have il'hrun cemetery. irge, strong Utters havi UIiikhV. tint-heartfelt sympathy of their relatives verbally ndittel tho plau of tunilnxj and friends. their news nway from the yards d:ir-- ' tog the greater iiortlnn of every line winter day If there U no straw aval- able ami they do not liuvo neccss to a mumipo pile, the winn of keep themMjIvcti on the go continuous-ly- . this It U Ideal If they can time In n big, pastun. liecamo In that rovlilg over It Incaso they will No doubt yoit are, if stead of Btandlng nt tho gate nnd you suffer lrom sny of the whMi will lie tho cam If numerous ailments to they nro simply turned Into n. bam ail women afetub-jee- t. jard. , Headache, backIt will iay to take tho tlino to wntter ache, sideache, nervousness, weak, lired feeling, a little kIh'IIci! corn tiero niiI there over are some ol the symptho pasture Tlrla will prove tin Ineon. toms, and you must rid tlvo for tho Kowt to bo fontliiuou.dy (hi yourscll of tticm hi order tho hunt for food. to feci v.ell. Thousands of woman, who have been benefited by this remedy, urge you to SAVE.YOUR HAIR AND KEEP i . greater-IHirtloi- " JT Printed at this office and adver-- J 1 1 tise your stock in nece-tnlt- Worn Oil? FlK-n- sipii-allii- TAKE ' YOUR JOB. ..I The Woman's ToWc Mxs. SyU'anla Woods, ol Clifton AlKli, Ky,, ays: ! - "Before taking Cardu I, I was, at limes, so weak I cculd liardlj walk, and the pain In my back and nearly killed me. Alter taking, three bottles of Card J, the pains disappeared. Naw I feel as well as I ever did. Every suffering woman should UyOanlul." Get a bottle today. B68 Ten of thousands of men are losing tiieir hair dally nnd are Ignoring tlie fact. Many a man bus lost his job h cause ho lost his hair. Dust and dirt make dandruff und dandruir makes heads bald nnd Imld heads are tho first to go when business is poor. bead Wash your hair at least once u week Willi any pure soap and every other night apply Parisian Sage rubbing, it thoroughly Into the scalp. Parisian Sage will save your hair; it will remove every trace of dandiurf and banish scalp itch and make ,"your head feel fine. THE a The cost of a large bottle is trifling but the benefits are vtry 'great nseverv druggist well known. R, E. McRoberts checrfally guarantees Parisian Sage to you. . tlTML RECORD. KY.- LANCASTER, v Tf- - The Central Record, Thursday April 6, 1916. Cleaning Up Would Destroy Mosquitoes Breeding Places liecn a rallying cry anions the workers for letter mnltntlon . t. I purer nnd cleaner streets. Iwt lis iHjsIlloii ns a slotran thrcateitnl by n new cry of "Slam the tnompilto!" I A bulletin Issued hy tl I'tilladel l I'lilt lwril of hoallli ileU with th inosqulto iUetlon nnd tslls Imw to maku tuo ricnu up CHlniwlsu mini mire. If not ellruli.nte. the ilaliueri In sepnrablo from tho prepuce of mottjnl tofs In numbers. It lay ntieis uu tb. Iinimrtniice of Ull'ltitr n many m p" slhlo of the ruorn.ii In the cirly spring, becsllso "every inonqnlto kllleil now will mean Ihotwnmls le In the snrmner.H "Ily far tho l;et wsy n deal with mosquitoes.' says the bulletin "hi to destroy their brer-Ilnplnccn, As soon In as the warm wrnllier comes the female j rmwipiltco. which nre thn only ones, non-nurviTP me winter, win emerge from their winter quarter! In our cel. lars, vaulls and other danin. dark places to seek food nnd to hunt a pliice to lay their ws. Tho brredlnv mos! quito ri'Kt tlm! stafidlnjt water In You Of which to deposit her eni-- i If she falls In fils she soon dies, wllhmit Therefore no slnenant water, So no breedlnR places for moKqnltoes: no brredtii!' places, no mosqulloef j "I'eoplo do not realle that nnv puddle of water, no matter how small nor how foul, Is nn ncccptnhto hreeillns place for mosquitoes. Where It It nee esiry to hare water stnndlni; In tanks. ' suchrecepta-h-- s. keep bnrrels or them tl- htly covcreil with fine wire ICi-cj screens. cesspool covers perfect ly tlcht nnd tho vrnts tlshlly serf ened. "Where dralnnse of pools Is tint posCLEAN UP HINTS FOR HOUSE- - i sible or covcrlnc of receptacles Is not ' HOLDERS. t practicable all standing wnler should tie covered with n film of kerosene oil. which prevents mosquitoes from breed I Uarluev.-Th- U la food wnsto Ins In It. One ounce of oil Is sutllclent only. Always kuep 1t In n inetnl to cover fifteen square feet of water ' cnu with n tlsht cover. Do not The oil should lie renewed once a let fib. a Ki t Into It. week dnrlns the mtnqnlto hreeillnc I Cubbish. Tills Includes nshes. feasnn." J bottles, tin can, Junk iiml house , sweepings. The bulletin admonishes nil house Always keep it In holders nnd residents to take full J Isizcs ur barrels of nvernse size. of clean up time, so that Wnste I'uper. ThU should be r.clKhborhoods nnd Individual premises J kept from rubblih. Always keep ,nay bo made "mosquito pronf. flv It dry lut It In burlap bags or ' tic It up In bundles. If kept In ' proof and disease proof." the tmrcim-n- t It should never bo a i J near the' furnnre nor under the J ' SOME CLEAN UP BENEFITS. y'- Clean Up aqd When You .'i Paint Up if Desire iica!lh FJJAVU you Ji.lned the "Clean l'p jj nutl I!ninl l'p" n "VetnentVli If lo noL net In line nnd in i" the fiimt ranks nml - tendy f"r -.ir.1' l' '''i TlreroynJ twiltleof I'lenu l'p Up" will he fnnghr h'I i nr the i tin etillst'd the try. Tills movement j one jonnn nnd old. :.ie nld of m-r- You "MVAT Till: I'l.Vr lm IniiK r CLEAN rjgroP-v- a: -- fc-- -" inasx. 11 tu.,ii'sH-- w UP Remember. I We- seiKsds. ifce clubs. co"i"er'-1n- l ami Izstlons. tBshi!rnwll'Hs entnmenlfls". i One sfnte wide rart'tp h mntr. i 'rum Wouldn't Vou Rather Live a Clean Town Than a Dirty One? Course Would Would Your Friends Who Come lo Visit You. -i I nnd met with Mtrn- -t' e'rntoii or the mrt f mlnlsii "s i I phytl dans It hns tlirouchoiit the stnte That true tMi.ernlloii from (lie Is eikleneeil by tlte responses One pttysleler lidorscl I'M tnive-nen- f ns 'ollowr "It l i'.e'i "lore ! and cnmirn"." sei exh'iinsti-ir- f ei..ii. 1.411 ke t ysiils i d tli-u- i to see elenn strei'mitnl hnlldliiBs dirty Ihwiih ni' resle"tnl 'milldl.iss. I:' Ihe The fit 't cxtnile Is In w'u ;i ttale ecoii I U depresslnc "rl:? of rrlid do ymt do jonr le-- i the Oreron IW'!"' i of Wo-- n tssuli" ' the Huhs. whlf li lisl ti pnlnt pr 'aioatlmi to "eiii -- p 'r ' up" b (Iwemor WHVw"' r "in fniweil hy the upMntlnx mltlep tr r,i il" PrtrthitHl tn omirrrre Tills toc"nlttee tn,itrt,,,il n tmh ( work ".ren-'T'lieltr eampal-n- i t, f rteit ' . i k r fkx j . t .....Paint Brush Working! Got Hie v4l& v - iV Have U Will Make ihs Home More Attractive and Healthful. Get Your Paint Brush Ready For Clean Up an J Paint Up LIME, Time. CLEAN UP! Gratifying Results Follow a Little ci oi.t Anot'ier 'diylrlati said"Wn"! ' lrt the ihctors out of With (.'ovl water nnd n nluhrl it i i1 an nbiindnncc of fresh niii i tir-iifo i Tin t of the doctors won'd l. Idle oaftftji Hut i am with yon ' f the t :;nteil snc'e I nm hnvlnt' mr !): ..ad lawn mowei!. am. when the painters .'it their stuff out I will Hush out the Knrnire" Are vou polns lo itu tlx same? Take heed lo the ndvlep of the above physicians. It Is vital that ccrythlns be busl-lies"- 1 S TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR CLEAN UP CAMPAIGN. WOVII your nelshlnir's lot ns you do your own, but bo suro to lovo your own. Don't plant tomato caus nnd rubbish on unused land. Their fruits are withered civic pride. Ilon't nllow yourself or your city to create dumps. Waste cnu be made to pay for Its own de- stnictlou nt n profit, Don't allow tumbled down buildings to stand on valuable land. They nre financially waste- ful They crtvtto filth. Invite vice nnd nre n menace to life. A fence that hns cased to lio a feme nnd hns become an of. fenso shouKI lie repaired or de- - S S Cleanliness Would J Prevent Manv Fires up nnd paint op spirit by nil the year nrouud :i large majority of tires prevented, according to a could be I'hlladclphla Ore marshal. And Lc followed up this statement with tho fur- J IFwere clean' obervod the J Cleaning I Up nnil towns throustiuiit the Trill soon limp n sciisoti ur wicnil renovation by Individuals. Tin- - jenr's ncrumulntloti of nibblih i to he pitlicrcd tipnnd ret out ready for th municipal collector. Yards aro t U put In order, hoiio.s nnd outbuildings nro to Im paiutcd, fence nml slimls to lie repaired, vacant lot to cleared of weeds nnd every-thinto Ik made split ntid noun, fntli and wholxom mill nltoscthcr dcllght-ful- . plck nnd span not only for showlnc off to the visitors that nro covins to jour town this summer, hut for the snfce of yourself, your fnmllr nnd surromidlnsrs. ' "Clean I.'p nnd 1'alnt t'p!" made X s J J 2 CITiny WhenYouQean Up. J J I, la t J stairs. J elery lioiikpliolitrr does what U of liltn liy tin1 denning up nnd paint up committees which aro conducting the campnlcn. Ami vrjiy should It not Ik ejotie? The Mpeiise for ifirli Itninn will not 10 great, tlio Ulxir neeil not bo lianl, nnd tlm result will lot something. for nil of U1 to enjoy and prlinx to brun atiout. Tor n clean city or town Is emlncntlr desirable, not mi much of Its greater ntlrartlon. nil limit li tliat alone of li worth nil the effort, hut Its Increased tnltlif illness Dirt br.sd dlcnc, ami cleanliness I the first prlncliln f sanitation. So let im nil Join nnd niultr our town shine like n bo)- - face nfter tint water-tia- l scrub I.rt im ills down Into I lie dark corners of our lusetiii-iitnnd closets, throw iit nil the eld rag . nnd jitipt-niwash the fly screens anil cvt them In plxe. v"t busy with the I) pnlnt mh nnd thy pruning knife nnd the l.inn mower nnd then th result If will Im KmllfyluS- Da Something Per Your Town. The "Clean L'p nnd l'liint l'p" inou. inent wilt do Hindi to make our town healthy nt d' IxvuitlfiO If each rlllien does hut full share In .lie home, school, simp, church oihI iveUhiiorboTil. It will life n school of pknI clllien-iihlp- . . Let eii-ri.e take n hand In the caiBpHUlii i That to say. nil this t TtRl bo done ! " ! , jnnlen. I'lru D.nisers. Clear out all wnto wit and rubbish of any kind In your nttle or bneinent. Never blockado (lro esnii'cs. balls or stairways. Do not throw your rubbish or cnrUieo In these lots. It U not Rood cltl- zcnshlp nnd is n menace to your health. Try to get the m cleaned up nnd kco If you enn put In n them clean. kceplni; Vacant The owners of vacant lots are rcon'slblc for PAINT UP! There Is Cleanliness, There Is HealtMulness, There Is Germlcssncss In Gcod Honest Paint CLEAN COMMUNITIES HEALTHY How Death Rt and Long Life Ccm From Such Towns, tilth In Itself cannot Kcnerate disease, but In the huiic run, barrlnc uu usual exceptions, low ilc.itli rates mid IoiiKllfu clwujs luino with record! of clean coinmuultlcs. Tho "Clean Tp ami Taint l'p" cam palRil Ls, lifter nil, n housckceplm. Jolt, and for that reason oiery housekeeper with thn town olll-cbbbould In inaklntc the town siHitless. jilrakoH ono lnoru than to hnrc Nothing a visitor my USt n beautiful town you live In. Why not imiko your tmn the cleanest In America? It's enallj done. 'lime tinnuony relKii ntnl nil work together niul ou will bo mirprls-Niiv, let us till pull oil nt the Mult ti'Ct tlior fur a HKitlens town! Remits Obtained In Chicago Would Plsast Any On. j A few of the thlncs accomprisheil for Chicago by the-- clean up campalsn were: Iteltml keep the street 'clean, pntec-- i lion of the trees, back and front ynrds kept In com! tinier, prices hnvln: been offered for the Greatest Improvement and best results, kept dirt out of kchools nnd made the boys shine their j shoes, which has been nn Incentive to i keep tho rvst of their clothes, cleaner. ! kept the bulldlncs from lielns ilcfnced j and fenrci marked with chalk, etc.. ' flower boiea were ued In tho buslness district and shmbs nnd llowers pl.inteil fverywherc, prolectlon to dumh nnltr..ils mid other things capable Injured, many nllev pnveil. oi bclns broken fences tnetideil, old shacks tom down or ni alreil and.pnlnted, enforces' the nutl Milttlns law. nnd playcniuiid were crentid. I I Paint Up Too! stroyed. Unregulated ndrcrtUlne on nn J used land pays for tho malntc- nntice of n public nuisance. ono dump has bloomeil before. School Knnlens are valuable adjuncts to education nnd recrc- atlon. They can bo cultrnteil on nn open loL 5 the children pin. on the unused land, so they may lie- come (Iron? nndkeep out of tho hands of tho law. not nn Inch oi land be J kept In Idleness. It has n divine rlsht to hear fruit and flowers a nnd ever serve the highest lu- - Two enrdens may erow where Point Your Paint Your Fence, Paint Your Barn. Good Paint Kills Gcrnu And Makes the' Old Place Lock Like New, a Credit to the Town and to the Owner. Home, lt terest of man. ther somewhat tarillti2 assertion that "annually u certain portion of the population In rhll.tttclpkla Is burnt d ti J death by Ilrcs lu homes w hen In most , cascj the tiro woull never have il If :i little tare had been In keeping t.te botuo frco of J Kvery citizen or group of citizens J representing n family, nn association or buslnc3 establishment should take part in the clean up campaign thlM year In nn endeavor to decreaso the J number of tires and save the money loss and lives that fires cause, apart from the obvious creation of better J and more healthful living conditions. To get in line with the cleanup movement nnd to bo ono of tho clean Jip citizens should bo the nim of every e ono during tho clean up time to proI tect your life nnd property by removing tho causes or cause of needless fires. JIako n study of your housohold conJ ditions nnd remember that a dirty s house It worse than n dirty face and may cause lots more trouble and cost more money nt any time. Clean up ami paint up and nld In ivducing the " number of tiros uml other evils. j , cstr-clsc- HUDSON, HUGHES & r.tb-bls- , , FARNAU. Phone 26: eoeocoeceoocoaoeceoooco Glean Up and "Everybody Alloacthcr!" J o WHAT TO SO TO" MAKE YOUR TOWN CLEAN Don't knock, Bat tho rat. Use tb. hoe. Swat the fly. lake tee yard. Plent flowers. Kill tho ocrms. Plan for a garden, Burn tho rubbish. Clean up everything, Go after the garbage. Paint up, Imlde and out. Help mako'your town healthy, wealthy and happy. Prevent Grlticism citizen was recently trnvi'lius stoppeil nt n Biuall I'rom the car wludow could be town teen n dozen cr mote back yards Heaps of lofitso were scnttcred over Hero; nud there a tjip needy ground. lin tnn cllitcneti lu tls sun. dull, uiiltitercsjluj! The houses were mid in bad repair A couple of listless men boarded the train nud sunk into their seals, npparei.tly thankful to be lonvlnc the place. An hour later they approached another town There was no dismal outlook there. The onck yards were car-IetWilli close eroppeil Brass end patterned with llower beds. Freeh painted whlto fences ceimrate'd tho lawns. Jlost of the houses had lieen recently St. Paul J J JJ Gt bus. Soniethina Blrj. . . When a millionaire" gat, ready to his first real ha Aajnt0s.-9trons- build ly attracted to I model. Louisvillea union station ni a Courter-Journal, o j, J c Clean Upl WlKre dirt c.lts dl'ease exists. Vou ran keep sickness uway by a lit tie lalwr. Ilnforce elenulines In your homo nnd you .von't regret It. That Is the keynota of the Clean Up end Paint Up campaign. TItAIN on which n well dressed J J 2 f.lako Themcslvss tV'Isarable. Thiro aro people who go about tho world locking for slights and tho? aro 5 necessarily miserable, for they find them at every turn. DrmnmonJ. 'oeeeectoeeeaeeeernvo. J J J 2 AM Wsn'.ner Oeod. Funsfclre is dchcWms. rain is wind braces up, snow Is thero is really no such thing ns bad westner only different Cn.il.- )f n" ! iLf.jiei ltusklti. J 2 2 GET OUT YOUR PAINT BRUSH! A PAINT BRUSH ' ' WILL WORK WONDERS Peaceful Neighbors. who lives alongside, of a cemetery was asked If It 'wan' not an unpWasant location. "No," said ho; "I never resided In all my life vrith a set of neighbors that minded their own business ro Btoa'"ly ns thev do." A man v Beautify tSk painted. "1, this the county seatl" the citizen asked'thc couductoi. "No; that lst town Is the county seat," was his answer, "but this place. Is nolne to be. That other town hasn't Cot enough self respect to fight tho bill that wW mnko flio clicriec. This town H deserves to win." Is a huuimcr. WHAT PAINT WILL DO. Clean Up! The Tvown ! CLEAN UP TIME f Krutbhiib brush uur klnc. live ami breiiflS In sojpsudi unit we'll fitt on new laid iMtnt, lll be shi(u-larlAnd our overnllii anil apTons qnatnL U'o'lt A JOI.l.Y little rlesn up fot Is comlnii ntUi ttw sprlnx. Tho miip will lo nur maimer and tht lit i ' : $ Qf-'CTrAf- lfitfl latik UUUUUU Ti:'I.I. m Wo'll brukh uwny tho cobwebs anil dust front Krandin'it chair, the garbaiir ml hen vufe till tho out who wander by Will caio Into Its ullliiliiff voli with imue.v rv(iroaeiiiu, eyv. hends unto our feet. Till our ,ery thoushts ars Rermproot and our souls nre pure anjl sweet fhen when there's nothing tlso to clean this merry month of iVs'll clean up all tho cam In sUht uml I'lree iqutra nteals u day. homo ho that when tho ilrjr comes wfisylils fvet with carv, lATCI.L slceli V In disinfectants from twi tho Appearance and Value ol Houses. Ask nuy real estate mail what per ceniogo of vnluu Is nddid to n houfc by i fresh eo;rt of iilnt and you wM lie mir set nt rlic ktec of the lleuro he Too muiy househnlelors will lave luiUii; Imie the luhlt of puttlncr-ofh.iufc fnlrly se'ieams for It, iintn ntul they lelli.iiw fiKUrc that they nie mm' re! it'n Ne--t mo. Uohd iKitnt nppltcel nt regular Inter-vi.li- , i.i t ti far apnrt, U the tru. ce'un omy lu that It not only actually niUcs value of the houw by Improved the apiieiwiiii. but thioiwli preM;rv:itlve Ads' to. ik i PAINT lfk UP! .kJ 1U. lw, IV IKII J ii. jn. M4TI Tho Kind tantLasta" Pcrccaiago of ZINC It is the unaJulterateJ combination of tha finest l'ure WJiito Lead. ZINCOXIDE and cenu. Co.tLiI.i3 highest W i Clean Up. Saint Up! ' CtaU pPaint Up Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Ingjolleuls provents and urn-sr- s do-a- Th man who bts hU houso become nn wescre In uti otherwise well kepi localHy Bhouy be tr.xeil for the heavy damage ho Is dolnj .c that says llio Ileal i:tato Journal. All Get Together For Clean Up and Paint Up Time ! ins Lintccil Oil. MST1C PAINT presents a unl. Uli, that will rrsut lha weather conjiuot la &ny climate. r refers It tut laesr- r- liMks nutl kurfuce laaa au; ltr 1'ulaU Xtk tt lUWrtU-i"Ilenea and lie li laUl 'I hem. It's otm, Uea ititul, enamel. liko in. Phone 43 For c4ny Kind Of Phones 339.Fl--o- r The Greatest of all serials, at Opera .House each Friday Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. 83. All Orders Receive Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Prompt Attention "GR AFT" . j l R, E, f 4; . - X vl.',t..7t. . ,ltltfM, 'i'"."iy . f ' The Central Record, Thursday April 6 YOUNG 19 1 d. I COMBINED STALLION. Stop At The CARDS." Gait House When In Louisville. EUROPEAN PLAN. John Morgan. 3705. will stand my Jack, Young John Morgan 3705, for the season of 191(1, at mv farm 11 miles from Lancaster,' on new Danville pike, at Or. Wm. D. Prybr, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. SM 1' ' t'l fTBaBaBaBaK C hTLK BaHlVBaflM isHH Office at Lancaster, Rainey a Livery Stable. Kentucky HHsBaK I GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service Meets Trains. and Low Price. Free Auto-Bu- s a ad Electric Bathes. Turkish Write for Reservations. J. GREENBERG, Manager. $8. To Insure Horse Male and $10. To Insure A Mare Mule. Young John Morgan 3705, was sired by John Morgan and was out of an f. H Jlfornirv, Grmlttntc (llaiwa Kltlrd.Kalitfacilon flnaratitred. Oifcnn juct as easy to well dressed all the time, as it is to buy a suit that will look well, when only brand new. IT'S Imported Itegistcred Jennet Lien retained on all colts fot the sea' son which will be due if mare Is traded or sold to another party BLEUCHER Sllftil Hrocs WIU) ... Kcor1 S:I4 Vali'aa:wj.tt flrepf lllllj- Hark Hbawbargri;1,. Melow (Jennr Clay urea, urvuu mare r.rama lirooK IW llrook Sir.3,. Zarrltie L1jr Rtllurook 3:f0, el Moko HU J. W. Sweeney, Lancaster, Ky. HIGH PRESTON $10. 6846 He Honaker Fine Cut Flowers, 46158. 190G. (.12. IUv Sislllon 16 hands, star, left hind ankle white, fine style and action. will make the season of 1916 at my barn at Hackler, Kentucky, at John M. McRobertt. Record 2:291, Trial 2:14. Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:271. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 151 hands, foaled Standard Registered Vol, 18. Alcjron Come in and let us take your measure for TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. H. Paint J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kontuoky. V. M. Rose & Company t;n High Quality Clothes Tlicy fit fine wear well satisfy fully and arc priced extremely low. Tlicy look Professor Redd (No. 139058) to n U Hire of (W, dami of 65. natk Nlubt Il mr or vi ine iearcn- - Xoondar HT HI KlnlO 371 I lUM J'i. lirlehlllilil I JJ"',. i'r nutl law (Irfflt llroori Mare. o u 3 W ;."s orwnnd ( I Clay U.J:l';. ov. oi Kelle By Norwood 62J. Clayo 2 By RtrathmoreliW. I'cruo Sltfl'i. Pam of Bamp. lies1. Im of UU Watll li) satire Belle (1) (IV Silver JriTi Bleacher n il:2';. Monrlco Hllk t:0T( s:iru Huif. half III ir. il:17: tint u( Wllkei .uiwo.l JM.!:tl', litter to Silent Rrook lift .ITis) ?:w;i, etc. Sire of Carl Wilke.l-tlUlay Half Sl.ter to Silent Jenny Clay. Byltarrr Clay . llrook xmh. Itedrtle Clay Dam of Hllenl Brook l)'J:r.'.. and Lilly Clay 1:1','. KeddltClay I dam of I'raellfj. nn: Rreuda of !:, Yorke Baron Wllkea ;.v. 3:1s. Hire ol u In 2:10. etc. Oneen Klhel. uood all the time. Tailored from all wool materials and to your order. We guarantee to please or no sale. See us today. stnnd this registered short horn bull at my place near Point I will Leavell. At $2.00 Cash. Html lilll'QrnM r.nr. alrxl l,v rrrnll Prralnn J3S.1. Ii bv l'reaton JZ by Washington 64, by Oronwell 73, by Washington Denmark. Carroll Preston's by Enoch Anien, ami dam l.ady rence ny Almoin 1st dam Rahy Pence . Forrest 2S63, 3rd dam Daughter of GarrarJ Chief 2263. tth dam Gray Eagle. Liok, Ill f. It PUFCTntl iwif! lit dam una Uurrn Esirle. she bv Klnc Kaete 72 25f6, ho by Royal King 2655, be by Ontimc 745, lie by Stomewall Jackson I ..- -I v IIIMMI.- 1.11 M. L"ln.'. - -mm Mnl n T1A nnt, ' liuym nniK - mi .,m ...umw wu.i- - ..i urn. II j in, iini.ii lim ington. P. S. King Eagle's 1st dam Hlp35?J, she by Eagle Illrd, ho by Old King Eagle 750. 2nd dam Red Lion, 3rd dam Harris Denmark 45, 4th dam by Jim Dell. HIGH PRESTON 6816 2nd dam Lady Illrd. she l Eagle lllrd 1014, 3rd dam Mollie Drennon she by Old Drennon. 4th dam Copper Uottom and runs Graduate- - Cincinnati back to old Davy Crockett 3236. Thoroughbred. John Casey, I). Veterinary Surgeon. Vctcrinury Rainey & Huffman. Dry Gleaning and Pressing. Phone 3G5. Also nt the same time This handsome nniiruil is by Jack, Polled Kinfi. 37739G. dnm My Bri- stand my fine 1G39G8. dal Rose and place will Collefic. KENTUCKY DANVILLE. l:ii!..etr. Silent Brook 19760, 2:1G, sire of Billy Burk 2:031. Meadow Brook 2:0C,, Shawbay 2:071, Zarrine 2r07J, Betty Brook 2:091, Emma Brook 2:03. Lady fSRAirJ FOR LIVE STOCK. Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:101, Silent Brigade (2) 2:10, Margaret Bathgate (4) 2:111, etc Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07, etc. His dam, Jenny Grinding Corn and Oats For Hogs and Clay, also produced Iteddie Clay 2251, and was grandam of Prue 2:21. Horses of Doubtful Value. Moko 21557. sire of Fe'eno 2:05J (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Brenda It Is somewhat doubtful whether tup Yorke (3) 2r0S!. (Futurity winner) (5) 2:01, Native Belle (2) 2:071 (Futurity grinding uf mm for some clauses of e live stock Is worth the latwr and (champioi 3 year-ol- d filly,) Manrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity winwinner) (3) J Involved. Tests conducted for ner.) Silver Silk (4) 2:035, Susie N. (3) 2:09 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10, Hotel 2:101. MocheJter 2:101, Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) leu years nt the Wisconsin exierlment averse Increase In etc Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion,) Vito (4) stationof showed 0 an rent from grinding about Rains 2:09,, Martha Tipton (4) 2:091, O'Neil (3) 2:131, etc Brother to Bumps 2:031.. corn for hogs. Tho results for individBaron D. 2:10, etc. ual years ranged from 11 per cent loss Bleucher 46153, record 2:291, trial mile 2:14 J, half in 1:06. last quarter in to IS per cent gain. The Iowa stnUon He has also done considerable work In 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the great testing various methods of preparing corn for bogs and found that, whllo Futurity sire Moko. Foreign demand has exhausted the supply and we may expect better grinding showed a slight Increase In feeding value of com for older hogs, prices for our horses in the future. Our advice to mare owners is to breed their the such gains did not begin to pay tho mares and to breed them ti stallions of merit and proven worth as sires. Bleuch- cost of shelling and grinding. Soaked er is just the type to produce the colts that will supply the demand. Hi) colts shelled corn showed to much better adnave proven line, wun nice neaa ana necK ana plenty 01 Done ana conformation. vantage than tho .com meal and also This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1916 at my stable in proved somewhat better than the dry car corn. Lancaster, Kentucky, at Lancaster, Ky. J. W. HILL. pd. C Morgan $7.00 lo Insure a Living 4665 Horse Colt At J. A. Beazley FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence I'hnne 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. and $8.00 for Mare Coll. C. Morgan is a black ir $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. I will also stand this beautiful In feeding valuo paid for the labor of shelling and soaking. It Is ndvtsablo to grind small, hard grains, such as ICalllr. mllo. barley, rye or sorghum seed, as otherwise a large proportion of the feed may not be ditbo differences gested. Ground It was a question, however, whether oats for horses have not great advantage over whole Stallion for the season of 1916 at shown any In the case of horses that oats, except aro at very hard work or have defective my stable in Lancaster, Ky.. at teeth. Grinding oats for hogs, however, will Increase their feeding value $10. To Insure A Living Coll. 30 jier cent, since from 20 per cent-tthe hog Is not nblo to digest the whole I am prepared to take care of mares grain to advantage. As much as 25 per cent of whole corn Lien reon grass at 10 cents a day. may remain undigested when fed to cattle. It is therefore deslrablo to tained on colts for service fee. grind tbo corn to prevent this waste. Sheep will handle whole grain to much Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent better advantage. Charles I. Ilray, accidents but not responsible should any occur. Colorado Agricultural College, Fort Col- W. B. BURTON, Phone 95. lins, Colo. Keep Hog Accounts. On a farm whero tho growing of pure bred breeding hogs Is tho principal enterprlso a special hog account should by all means bo kept. Of course, It Is necessary to keep pedlgrco records, but on many pure bred hog farms tho owner Is not ablo to say at tho cud of tho year just what his hogs cost him. A business account should bo kept as well as pedlgrco records. Lancaster, Ky. REX McD. 6597 Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 16 hands high. Rex Denmark 810 i i ( J Jack, with Statement Of The Ownership, Manafe white points, 15 hands high, coming seven years old and has proven himself ment, Circilalion, Etc., Required By a good breeder. The Act Of Congress of Aofust U Morgan by John Morgan. Jr., 3705, was sired by John Morgan, he by 24, 1912. is out ot an imiwrtcd Jen net. John Morgan, Jr., out of Jennet bv Jo Illackburn, he bv 3rd Prince, he Of The Central Record, published by 2nd Prince, he by Imp Prince, 1st dam Daisy by Dixie, she by Irvin Dixie weekly at Lancaster, Kentucky, for by Kickapoo, 2nd dam Mollie Gray by Lord Wellington, 3rd dam by Importer April 1st 1916. Dam Reecher Jennet. State of Ky, County of Garrard, A lien retained on all colts for service. Care taken to prevent accidents. Ilefore me, a Notary Public in and for but not responsible should any occur. the State and county aforesaid, personally appeared R. L. Elkin, who, having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is the Publisher of the Central Record. 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor. and business managers are; Publisher, Central Record, Lancaster Kentucky. Editor. J. E. Robinson, Lancaster Ky Naboth Jr., is a rich red bay, 6 years old and full 16 hands high, weighs Managing Editor, R. L. Llkin, Lan ' 1225 pounds and is a horse of wonderful beauty, having a long, rangy neck and caster. Ky. Rusiness Manager, R. L. Elkin. Lan carrying a fine tail. He is a perfect galled horse with superb all round action and like all sons of old Naboth he has great natural speed in harness. As Is caster Ky. That the owners are; (Uive names generally known there is a scarcity of good horses, and those suitable for tho and addresses of individual owners, or Eastern market bring fancy prices. If the breeders would raise 'Number-one- " if a corporation, give its name and the horses they must take the mares to the right kind of sires. Naboth, Jr., benames and addresses of stockholders yond all doubt is a horse that will produce tho type of horses thai the market owning or holding 1 per cent or more demands, and for which the public is willing to pay high prices. He has size, style, action, beauty and breeding. of the total amount of sjock.) J. E. Robinson, Lancaster Kv. If like begets like you can get the right kind of horse by breeding to Francis C. Robinson, Lancaster Ky. Naboth, Jr. You will note that this Statlion has the blood of Old Naboth. R. L. Elkin, Lancaster Ky. 10. Old Messenger Chief, Red Wilkes, George Wilkes, Mambrino Central Record, Incorporated, Lan Chief. Pilot. Jr., and Harry Clay. caster, Ky. Pedigree. bondholders. 3. That the known . mortgages, urd other security holders Jr.. by Naboth, 10016 2:19. he by Waliingham, 21C6. sire of owning or holding 1 per cent or more Latitude 2:191 and several others In the list. Wahingham by George Wilkes, of total amount of bonds, mortgages, Old Naboth's first dam, Tinsel by Messenger Durock 10"i son of Hamble- or other securities are; None, tonian. Second darn, Uess sister In James Howell, Jr., by Hamliletonian C. That the average number of copies Third dam. Jessie Sayre by Harry Clay 15. Fourth dam by Liberty, son of of each issue of this publicatian sold or Lance, by American Eclipse. distributed, through the mails or other Naboth Jr., wil) be kept during the seiaon of 1916 at my stable near wise, to paid subscribers during the six lirvantsville on the J. II. Dunn farm and will be permitted to serve mares at mot.Uis preceding the date shown above tho very low price, of . (This information is required is from daily publications only). R. 1j. Elkin. At the same time and place, I will stand my fine Jack, hworn to and subscribed before me this 28th day of March 191C. W. 0, Rigney, Notary Public. For All Kinds of ROUGH LUMBER. see 6. C. Phone 229. COX. Manse.Ky ?' J. F. Foley. Hackley, Ky. Office Hours m M. K. Denny anil W.A. Wheeler Hart A Doctors Of DeBtal Sarsjerj. Offlc.i NABOTH, JR. lormr. ritilMlDsoT.r - hb'i arnliur. Star. Andir LANCASTER. KENTUCKY; TREES Roses, Phlox, Peonies Write for free Cutnlojjue. Fruttand Shade Troes Strawberry Plants, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Everything for Orchard. Ijiwii nnd Gnnlcn. No Aftta Nat-oth- H.F.IIillcnmcycr lil. & Sons. 191R Lexington, Kentucky. r cr in vc Itex McDouald SJ3 Lucy Mack !flW., ""I Crlgler) Denmark. . Mare by Star of the W eat Black Squirrel W. Mareljy OM Star DavU 100. Kansas Farmer. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. Ortiz Rote 1703 . IMuutroie I OrtlillellIS " 4th dam .".r,;,.,.,,.... imtUHIUIil.ll.lu ( Aurlon I'euulnic ww. 8TO This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit an) body else to do o, and we Mara by Mou Rom Drennon. can be seen by thu pedigree that this horse belongs to a family of champions, his sire. Hex McDonald being the world's champion of champions. On his dam's sido ho traces to Montrose who was champion for eighteen ytars. This horse has the finest shoulders and withers that I have ever seen, splendid bone, short back. His neck, head and ears are in the right .place. He also has the best shoulder motion and hock action of any horse that I have ever had in my stable. HEX McD. is a show horse in harness as well as under the saddle. You He will can not mke a mistake in breeding your good mares to this horse. make the season It At $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. I will also stand my walking stallion, WALL PAPER 1 GAY B0Y0. At $10. To Insure Living Colt Ken-tuck- to tit room, whtt ctotKti ir la tfc pr-ftolirtlltKU th Utt of th occupt&U y PRINCE AL11ERT, one of the best CLYDESDALE stallions In will also make the season at my barns at the low price of $10.00 to a living colt. This is the kind to breed to for mule mares and farm horses. At the same time and place will also stand two extra good JACKS at 110.00 each to insure living colts. All this stock will make the present season at my farm near Paint Lick, Ky. Mares will be kept on grass at reasonable rates and every care taken to prevent accidents, but will not be rcspon.lble should any occur. Alfred Peats "Prize" Wall Papers r lcttd for lkir i tittle tntl dconiIv worth tnd tvtry paturn will (ivt ittiiiW lion no Mtur In pnc, I Impact thm lMuiifuI dvallns fa tfc tb only f wty, room to b Tb book, 'Horn Dccorttiioa" thowi how Ikf y look upon tht wtll. rta of dUa aa4 color Lwio las. at pooalar price. EUmU chatrfuUy fWnUaai. ptprl, N. W. ROGERS. rkK-P- uai WHITE & RIDDLE. Paint Lick, Ky. Lick Fickii.e. Paint Lick. Kentucky. A. C. Miles. J. H. Woods. gence all persons who violate the game J. II. Thompson, Jno. M. Karra. laws of Kentucky or 1res)as upon our II. L. Kelly. David Steven. lands for the purpose of hunting. Ana J'Vank Thompson. S. C. Rigsby. we further agree to act as Deputy in thu past and ask for a I wish to thank my friends for their patronago D. M Anderson. J. II. Thompson. Game Wardens for the purKse of car- continuance of same during this season. Davis Sutton Am and Ed llournu. rying out this agreement. Except each Mrs. J, Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar right to kill rabbits on of us have the Jerry Illand. our .'arms or permit it to be done by Wo will add other names for 25 cent another under our supervision, or the cash. supervision of some responsible and reliable person selected by us. This November ISth, 1915, R. L. Elkin, J. E. Robinson, W. H. Brown, J no. M. Farm, Alex Walker W. It. Rurton, Yon T. A. Elkin. Haselden Iiros., P. M. Tinder. J. II. Dalton, Logan Hubble, John II. Smith. U. M. Deshon, J. N. Ross, II. II. Cox, Fisher Herring, Hughes llros, J. W, Sweeney, W. M. Mahan, Withers llros. William. Marcus and Jim White. it as a pre- J. D( Pope, time to II. P. Wllmot, This is Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J, Conn, ventative. The W. R. Cook. Tonic J, iV. Elmore, Huffman llros, T. C. Rankin. Win. G, Anderson. 5am Cotton, W. II. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr. Jno. M. White. R. E. Henry. SALE AT ALL HUNKR Rright Herring, A. D. Dradsbaw, R. L. Darker. further agree to prosecute with dili- The undersigned hereby gve warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purimse whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful list extent of - law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N II Price R.L. Elkin and $10.00 to insure a living mare colt W. R. Cook. at tS.W to insure u living horse colt Sirs. Rebecca J. West. his colts show for them II. O. Arnold. Napolion Jr., has proven u great breeder as all of James 0. Conn, otted ony. selves. Also at same time will stand my beautiful J. C. Morgan J. P. Illand. Long llros J. to insure Livinsj coit, J. Hooth Sutton. H. and W. S.T.Weaver West. W. 1. Lawson nnd son. W. Howard King, but Miss Carrie lloulden, I am prepared to care for stock from a distance at reasonable prices, J, II. Rigsby. no responsibility assumed for accidents or escapes of stock committed to my care J. C. Rigsby, John Richardson, $10.00 To Insure a Living Colt. POST ED t- NAPOLEON, JR., $10. Shelbark Jr., at L. TEATER, BRYANTSVJLLE, KY. International Stock Food Halls Hog Cholera Remedy. Snoddys Hog Cholera Remedy. Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy the use cure or to a Woman? s i! m Cardiff Woman's MfiRobertsDrua Store i3 The Central Record, Thursday April 6 19 Id. w isioY so pi! AND GET FARTHER IN THE LONG RUN, ri EVERY THING IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. If you dont see what you want ask us about it, before you leave. A full line of Dress Ginghams at 8 and up lots of good patterns. Best Calico still at 6cts old price. Ladies Shirt Waists 50cts and up. l-- 3c ALL KINDS OF FANCY WAISTINGS AT 10 CENTS TO 25 CENTS PER YARD. Tailored Skirts $1.00 and up. A full line of Straw Hats for Ladles and Children, ranging in price from 25c, up. Don't fail to see them. Best 25c Straw Matting, 22ic. yd. Clothing. 9x1 2 ft. matting rugs $2.50 each. A big line of Wall. Paper at 10c. per double roll. now and you want that new Suit. It is Spring-tim- e We are going to offer a nice lot of of Suits for the next ten days at a reduced price. We have them in Serge, Fancy Stripes, etc. Also about ten nice knee pant Suits for boys, regular price $3.25 up to $6.50. Get them in the next 10 days and save a nice discount on them. We have them in both Norfolk and Plain styles A big line of nice pants $1.00 up to $5.00. They will also be included with the clothing at a nice reduction in price. A big line of Work Shirts for Men and Boys. Every one guaranteed to be dyed with genuine dyes, price each 35c. to 50c. and we have plenty of them. Work Shirts. Selz Royal Blue Dress Shoes. Selz Shoes and Slippers for Ladles and Children. Selz Royal Blue Dress Shoes for Men and Boys. Every pair guaranteed. If they go wrong tell us about iteand we will gladly give you a new. pair. We also handle a large line of the best Work Shoes on earth, made by the Weyen-bur- g Shoe Co. Every pair guaranteed to be solid leather and to wear. We have built a nice shoe business by giving our cus tomers the best shoe that can be had at the lowest price Odd Pants. line of Dress Shirts for Men and Boys in both laundred and sports, 50c. up to $1.00. A nice Dress Shirts. Overalls. leading brand. We are still able to sell you the genuine German-dye- d Overalls at the old price of $1.00 and $1.10 for the WE CARRY IN STOCK, FOX FERTILIZER, THE BEST ON THE MARKET FOR CORN, TOBACCO, ETC. ffltm Don't forget that we buy and sell ROUGH LUMBER and the roads are getting good now. We will soon have a full stock oi it. In fact you don't want to forget that MANSE, KY., is the place for everything. You can get your done at a reasonable price. Get your Meal ground, your corn crushed, K sell your corn by the bushel or by the load for cash or trade. black-smithin- g When it comes to Produce we lead other fellows. We Guarantee to pay you the top of the market at all times in cash or trade. We never have a customer to come and tell us that some one else is paying more for produce than us. Every dollars worth of your trade will be appreciated and you have the guarantee of full weight and measure and every thing coming right up to the standard when you trade with G. C. COX, Manse, Ky. h Liai Our Good Percheron Stallion Record, Thursday April 6 .4 DAIRY 4 4i id. '4 It WISDOM. : ii ' BANK TO EDUCATE ason of 1016 nt our will make tlie barn, 3 mfles below Buckeye on the Buckeyo and Lancaster pike at the very low price of Hawkp $10. to Insure Living Colt ( HAWK is by I.anJuras 14517.he !rcd by Filo De Dominant 9875. he by Dominant, by Blenfaisant, by Vermouth, by Vidoco. by Coco It, II by Vlejc Chaslln, by Coco 712, by M prion, by Jean I,e Ulanc. MDam of Landara 7709. She by Extra dor 2423, and out of Linnet II., by Llesure I)., and out of Cullalle. Lies-ur- e U., sired by St Laurant, and out of Evanlina B. 915. She by Tacheau and dam Boquet 897. Tho sire of Tacheau Is Favora 1st, 793, and sire of Boquet, Coco II. II. HAWK Is a Rood Individual, and a superb sire, of splendid pedigree. .HssiB m Dairying prodiircs n human food for which tliero Is no substitute nnd for which there will always lm n cointunt demand mill nn opportunity to supply nt tvnxonalilo prior. The colder the mill: when sop- nmtod tho greater the lost of fnt BOYS IN FINANCE Hew York Institution to Award Each Year, Auction SALE The stock of General and fixtures of Merchan-tiis- e In tho xklmmllk. : Tho nnlmnl that pays the Wt 4 If bound to bo In evidence dairymen become better Inform- inl. Fellowships that linve pnss-etheir days of tisofuIiKvs lower the n writ ce production of the herd quite a much ns young Old cows heifers. ; TO TEACH PRACTICAL DETAIL Offers fS0 a Month ta Young Mt n Whe Study and Work Alter tht First t Yer It Is Planned to Furnish Psr mantnt Positions Colltgss and Dull ness Men Co-o- iH sssssssV I 4- Don't (runt nny hull, no mnlter now Kciiue, u.u treui nun Kiuuiy. - 4 4 4-- . ci i( 4 rl. 5 Hfi JM i A DAIRYMAN WHO IS GETTING GOOD RESULTS lteceutly we' received an Inquiry from one of our subscribers In Oregon, snjs Kimball's Dairy Farmer. He said: "We have forty Jereys. of which 111 you Sheibark Is by Dock Cray, anJ Imported ( seven are on oiliclal test. please give me n ration sultnl)e ror Shetland and out of Coys Shetland Pony. them? I mn feeding tllwtlt twehe Sheibark Ii 52 Inoees high, beautifully s of oats, bran, barley nnd lieet ed nnd is a splendid Individual nnd can't be beat p mixed with about twenty-tir- e under saddle or harness. p- . .. .s of com silage nnd what oat Sheibark will stand nt $10.00 to injure a living colt. iind vetch hay they wHl clean up dally. We will also at the same time nnd place I am also feeding about two pounds of ollme.il JHT cow per dny I milk stand our big G vearoli! Jack, twice n day nnd am getting on un to forty average from thlrty-elch- t liounds of milk teting from M to (VJ Wc have n thrco-ycar-oi per cent. at S8.00 to Insure living horse mule and $10. to in- that made 100 pounds of butter tier tlrst olllclnl mouth." sure living marc mule. It Is gratifying to see occasionally This Jack has a good broad bone heavy body an Inquiry such nt thU one. Here 1 :i He whs sired by Black Joe, nnd fine head and ears uinn that U securing from his cows he by King William, Jr., he by old King William, phenomenal results. Ho Is feeding j he by Tom Sheilock. 1st dam by Young Tom, 2nd the same kind of ration that we have dam by Stonewall Jnckson, 3rd dam by Mogul. .vconm.riided over and over again nnd , . Black Joes 1st dam by Long Fellow, 2nd dam by num.. sue.. Young sands of other dairymen. The quo Bourbon Chief, 3rd dam by Black Frank. Tom was sired by Greguo. Old Tom's 1st dam by tlon arises. Why Is be getting such ex nrutwer Jason Walker's Castillion, 2nd dam by Black Hawk. ceptlonal results? The feed U U that great results but one Money due when mare Is parted with, or bred to tveure of the essential requirements. It Is to another horse or jack. Lien retained on colt very evident that this man Is mixing Care taken to prevent great quantities of brains nnd love until service fee is paid. accidents, but not responsible should any occur. with Id ration. We venture tho nssertlon that wore wo to drop Into bis barn some morning at 4 or .1 o'clock wo would tlnd hh - will make the season at the same time and place at InMUr-A. $IO. Head Light la a bay with white points, G old, 16J hands hiRh. has plenty of body and years natural style and action. He is a great horse and . b Rood breeder. He was sired by Bed Leaf 21391, record 2:2(31, -Trial. 2:1G, half 1:0CJ. the sire of Mary 2:23 nnd Red Spite 2:291. He bv C. F. Clnv, record 2:18. His first dam was by Grant))-- , record 2:191 he by Princeps. 2nd dam by Blacks Hamiltonian, 3rd dam by Bed Wilkes 1749. Also at the same time nr.d place will stand our pony HEAD LIGHT To Living Colt. GREY TOM . .,, iw The plan of the National City bank of New York "for bringing tho uiilrcr sltles of the United States Into closer touch with the needs nnd demands of the commercial Institutions of the country" nnd for tho purposo "of university students to choose their vocations nnd to enable tho Institution Itself to select specially (mined men for its foreign nnd domestic service" has tnt'ii announced. Tho bank proposes the establishment of a business fellowship, which will enable certain students selected by colleges to slend ono year In tho bauk during their four years or more In col Isge. In consideration of tho pracltciel wotk nnd certain courses of study pur sued while there, tho universities hav agreed to let those studcutx graduate with their classes, nil other conditions having been fultlllcd. ' At Start $50 a Month. Under the (dan the National City bauk agrees to pny each student In connection with this fellowship JM a montti for tho first twelve months In Its ftnploy. with an opportunity to enter the permanent service of the bank at tho end of that time, provided there Is an opening nnd tho student has satisfactorily pasiot tho requirements of hel-lug L. L. Sanders Crab Orchard, Ky., will be sold to the highest cash bidder Saturday, April 15t!i, 1916 at 4:30 p. m. Be on hand and set a bargain. Tho , )U fe ,,, ., f ,b , n, , ,ve. . tlr., railroad faro to nnd from hi university nnd the barjk, It being understood Uat tldt does not cover more than two trips to and from tho bank nnd nppllcs isdy to those students accepted by the .Tho coudlttoiu governing tho selec- tlon of tho students are tu brief as follows: Tho university shall select nnd recommend to the Natlounl City bank ecb year certain students who bave completed two years or tho equivalent tnk. Coy S. Sanders. Insurance and Real Estate. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. RAY C& AMON Phone SHEL.E3ARK. His Position. "Ho's a director In a bank." "Go on! That follow?" "Yes. He tells the people what windows to go to." Buckeye, Ky. 387-H- . t T Detroit Free Press. Chance for a Gcod Living. How Sound Travsls. If you are not particular about the Sound travels through dry air at tho ratn of 60 feet per second; through way you get It, a go. d I.'.a can be doctors havo water at 240 feet per second, and In mado off thoso whom C'ui 'a! failed to cure. Tor steel wire at 17,130 foet per second. ' Krmlun, .'(CtW'''"' ' 'I 7!rl 'ir I ' to of their collegiate course and certain students especially qualified t0T ba"klC service. Selections shall '"ado without regard to tho stu dent's financial condition. Tbey shall ho on the basis of character, personality, natural ability, scholarship and probable fitness for banking service. How he Youths Will Work. Locating the Snobs. Happlneta. Very few millionaires In large cities Xo man praises happiness4 as he are snobs. The snobs are largely trcilit ;ciitlco, but, calls It blessed as found In small towns, and arc worth bt?g pnraethlng mora. Ulylna pod 20,000 from to $30,000. Atchison Arlttotlc. Globe. Wgrk. Work touches tha key of endless activity, opens the Infinite and stands awestruck before tha Imrnenslty of vlnt tliero Is to do. Phillips Brooks. of the Running. 'He "I have half a mind to ask you to bo my wife.", Sho "Havo you? Well, I'm sorry, but 1 really couldn't mnrry a nan with only half a mind." t Whaling as an Industry. Whaling Is now a well established Industry off tho Portuguese-Africacoast. The "humpbacked" whale averaged 45 feet In length and tho occasional sperm whale about SO feet. n RICHMOND, A TRAINING KY. Solomon's Wisdom. Mamma 'Don't you know that King Solomon said 'Sparo the rod and spoil was so retentive that, after reading a the child?' " Little Leo "Yes; but ho book once ho could give nil the salient got so old never Bald until after points of it, and recite many long pas- bis mother it couldn't lickhehim." Chisages of It verbatim. cago News. Macautay's Wonderful Memory. It is said that Macaulay'a memory a- - certain vtoxly ays: "Wo wish to npo'ogUu to Mm. Orlando Ovorlooh. In our pa.-clast week wc had as a. heading. Mra. Overlook's lllg Feet.' Unusual Character. The vcrd we ought to have used Is a Vermont landlady gives up keeping word pronounced tho samo. cows comfortably homed In n well bourdcra rather than ralso tho prlco of ' but fuelled fete. It means a celebra- teutllnted. clem, sanitary stable lml Chinese Appreciation of Jade. board. She was too for Tho remarkable resonanco of Jado tion and is considered a very tony wu would Hud blni talking softly and " Brooklyn Lassie. that business, anywny. encouragingly to Ids cowh ns he went la a peculiar quality, which gives It v.o.d almut his work feeding. mllMir; iiti I brcat importance In Chlnsso estimacaring fur tliera. UV would tlnd thnt tion; to such an extent that "siegers' Antiquity of. the Safety Pin. Oldest and Best. ho wuh systematic, that he had n tli chlmea" of 21 different pieces and That the Hlttltes were In constant to do owrythliig and everything would Is cot old wlno wholcsomcst, old tones wero sometimes constructed. Ocpippins toothaomest. old wood flro casional use Is also made of tho natu- tommunlcatlon with other nations la bo done on time. Wu would tlnd Mini brightest, old Uncu wash whitest? ral form of tho Jade bowlders, which shown by tho fact that Egyptian scar- Htudylug every cuw nnd entering to her abs and amulets, Phoenician pottery likes nnd dislikes not only wltli regard Old soldiers, sweethearts, aro surest are found In river beds. and Greek terra cotta figures are to tho amount :iud kind of feed he and old lovers are soundest. Boston found in tho tombs of different po-- , should rereho. but Globe. nl. with regun! to rlods. Ilrnnzo daggers and jewelry are her grooming, exerclsu nnd water. We Wanted the Usual Thing. fairly common, and Woolley proudly would Mid hero u man who has time ehlSK. Wo had a children's party. Thoy During the twelve months of service Wife's Services Valued. were seated around tho table being showed mo n safety pin thrco thou- to do the little things that are solieres sary to imqualltled success. All dairy- wjtli the bank the student, besides Ills The Missouri court of appeals has served Ico cream and cake. Tho chil- sand years old that would still work. men have tliuo to do the big thing, practical work, will pursue certain held In a suit beforo It that It Is not dren wero all eating their ico cream Christian Herald. necessary to make dcQulto proof of with tho exception of one llttlo fellow. but It Is tho ouo who glteri Just u little studies preserllMil by the bank tilth moro time to Ills cms anil dixy tho lit- the ndvl'-a wife's services, "as any Intelligent I went over to htm and said, "Well. anil of the uniHorse Not Really Intelligent. mid un- versity. The course of study will b citizen might bo presumed to know John, why don't you begin?" With all Horses am generally given credit for tle thluin who Muris great doing of under the supervision of (he university It U the their reasonable vuluo as a matter of scrlousnesa bo said: "Why, I'm wait- a great deal moro Intelligence than limited suecem. ' common knowledge" ing for iny tncat and potatoes first." they actually possess. ScIcntlQo tests theso little thing, which, by the way. committee. roniioel of representarequire Icvm than half as much labor tives of the leading eastern universiExchange. show that in wisdom such as Human big things, that H resjonslbU-fo- r ties in nnd near New York city, workbeing dl'cPlny. horses aro hopelessly as tho doubling piodm-tlouQualities That Count. ing In conjunction with olllcers of th outclassed by dogs, monkeys, and even Tho man who has genius without With n man or this caliber oji the Job bank. For Oiling Shaftlnssr by cats. The horse can ho taught to perseverance may bo a rocket, but can Tliero Is danger In tho oiling of (do certain things Just because bo Is and with his cows dully we, 2,KXI miles novor be a star; ha that has persever- shaftings. Kvcn though the machinery nwnj, have no right to infer sugzes BIG CROP OF PINEAPPLES. ance without genius will bo a bright 3 stopped, someono 1j likely to start too stupid to havo Ideas of his own. Hons other thuu to nny by way of enLlko many human prlzo pupils, ho can couragement. Keep right on feeding and steady star, but can never bo It beforo tho worker is through with Va- und caring for your cows ns you are, Sixty Thousand Tons of Canned used; he that has genius and persever- Ills task. This clement of danger Is h.ain but cannot think. rlety From Hawaii. Mudylng Individuals from day to day, ance will bo the sun of bis owu sys- removed through tho Invention of an Sixty thousand tons of canned pinelearning their likes, dtKllkes nnd needs, tem. Uov. William Arthur. Names of the Days.. oiler, which may bo used while tho apples will l) shipped to the mainland Tho names of most of tho days of that you may bo utile tu enter to them by worker stands on tho floor, thus obvitho growers of Hawaii this year In ating tho necessity of going among tho week havo their origin In Saxon even lietter than you already ure. accordance with their agreement with Little Satisfaction for Creditor. pos- worda and Scandinavian mythology. running belts, pulleys and shafts, the Matson Navigation company to Value of Cow Testing. The American Legal News says that sibly on a rickety ladder. They aro as follows: Monday, tho day A teacher In n Nebraska district In- ship by that line for IHo years a' mini, In Iowa a merchant sent a dunning letof the moon; Tuesday, tho day deof the annual terested the boys and girls in keeping mum of ter to a man, who replied by return voted to TIw, tho god of war; Wedplucupplo puck. Tho freight rate ou Machine Chews Money. mall: "You say you aro holding my nesday, the day of Odin or Wodln, records of tho milk produced by each the product Is $3.25 a ton. The pack note yet. That Is all right perfectly ' Thero Is a machine in tho United king of tho gods; Thursday, tho day cow on tho farm. On regular days right. Just keep holding on to'lt, and States treasury which chows money, of Thor, god of thunder; Friday, tho ttillk samples wero brought to school this year will bo exceptionally large. it you find your hands slipping spit and when tho old bills como In this day devoted to Frlgga, wire of wodln; and the teacher by tho uso of a Churches Hav 39,375,271 Members. tester tested for butter fat. As a macblno takes good care that they are , Saturday, tho day of Saturn; Sunday, on them and try it again. Yours According to tho year book of the result of this work most of tho un not In any condition to bo used again. the day of the worship of tho sun. proiltablo cows of tho district have Federal Council of Churches In Amer First, all tho bills aro made Into plies, This has not only ica, about two iiersous in Ave of the been .discarded. and theso placed in packages. Then been valuablo work In au educational inhabitants of this country aro tho bills aro sliced, so that each ono Origin of "Dago." 8peaklng of Bayontta. but boa actually resulted In profit bers of some church, tho number of The word 'Dago' was originally Is In halt pieces. Then tho paper is How does tho soldier of today pro-- I ' church members being 29.375.271. given by sailors to Spaniards, Portu- ground up in tho machine. nounco the word bayonet? Apparently to the school patrons. guese and Italians, In goneral. There much as bis olticor does. But when I Tommy Atkins was Jack Firelock bo are several theories as to its derivaPopulation's Growth. tion. Probably the most widely acIn the time of Augustus Caesar the ' called his "armo blanche" a "bagonet." cepted Is that tho word is a corrup- population of the world was said to be That was bis own word, as "revally" tion of the Spanish name Diego, used only 50.C00.U00. Ono hundred years ago was, and Is, bis version of "reveille"! an equivalent of tha English Jack it bad Increased to 700.000,00. Today According to undisproved tradition tho or James. Others believe it to be It Is estimated at 1,732.000,000. When bayonet was first improvised at a purely a corruption or nickname de- Columbus discovered America there mountain light In Bayonne, when the rived from the Spanish word hidalgo, were about 300,000 Indians In the con- Basques, short of ammunition, tied Per Year in Advance. which came to be applied to any for- fines of tho present United States. At sickles to their muskets in a rush upon eigner front Latin Europe. It is now the time of the Bovolutlon there ware the Spanish enemy. The French took used chiefly as a nickname for Italian 3,000,000 white men. Now wo aro ap- up the word, and the other nations lmuilxrsiits in this country. proaching the 100,000,000 mark. after them. London Chronlcla. Kentucky. A r stu-dech Knowledge. Real knowledge, like everything else. Is not to be obtained easily. It must be worked for, 'studied for, thought for and, raoro than all, must for. Thoma3 Arnold. be Acquiring Apolsgy Due. Tho Jersey cow still hold, on honored placa In tho regard of nit true dairymen. It. M. Cow reports thut, taklnt her of every ns and condition, ns nliown by 4.37 tests,' tier avctuce Is T.TSI pound, or milk and 41 pound of butt r fat per )ear. In these duys of phenomenal yields, when eery breed H stroln-In- ff to Its utmost to bent the recthat the ord. It Is will to consul oImivo i)irurH represent tint rls tiUKlrtewt performance. Any dairy cmv of utiy liree, thnt will come up ta Ihose tlsiiro Is north tying tu. Th cow pictured Is u Jersey. d Tho students accepted by the bank will npiortIou their ono year's Unio In the following ways: Uudcrgraduato students entering upon their collegiate course' In tho fall shall spend two summer vacations of approximately three months each at tie bnnk between their sopbcioro and i Junior nnd their junior and senior year. Tbo remainder of tho required year may bo completed In the tlrst or see- ond someiter of tho senior year or Immediately utter graduation. Graduate students shall spend at least one summer vacation, preferably two. nt the bnnk 'In their graduate coursiand shall complete the remainder ur the required yenr Immediately umn finishing their course. Should it seem Inadvisable for it from the middle west nest nnd ' i"1 10 return fur two sunir ior It shall bo arranged tu liae Mm mirk nn nrit summer In a large hank In his home section, It might even be acceptable In some, cnes If the Undent In lieu of three mouths In the hank sjent tho same time In a comniUsloti house, a Ixiud bouse, a United State cuMoiu houe. n forwarding cuinpniiy brokerage house or In some form of executive work. A reciiiinnetidatlon from the stti. dent's employer shall lie icqulrcd ns u requisite to enter the second niimmrr's I SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS and I.lfo Courses Irsdlng tu Klementarr, Intertiii-dUtVshd in all IiiUlie Helmuts of KenPUte Certinrsles. tucky. recUI ('nurses and lEsrlew Courses. Tuition Free to Alntres Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new msnusl trslnlng building, rsell(e school, department of sericulture, n well rqiiliel gymnasium. Iloraratle Ncienee. First Term begins September 7. Recond Term November 10, Thin! Term January 25, Fourth Term April a, Hummer Behool June 14, Catalogue j, , , luilllK. Fr. 0ns 1 . frejuuect Mfg. an! GmriMtea by . n..la-- .. t I uuiuy nuiacra a et Cholera, Gapes, Limbcrneck, Roup, Canker, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry iz'tviiriZZTr M4 Jnn- -I ln th.l.11,4 . sl VtHCnam.ri.ekbws.Kir., tarn '"One W U Rtor tiMfMk M.Ur. Iliith. U.I k... eM Mnl." chick.. LIU lb. worn tJ I J. Robu Cramc, Biriitown. Ky. ttme. I C. C. & J. old ur Prkt 50c it til Drojihtt. n.SKiniiei' , Mogul 8-- 1 6 Saves Its OwnPrice In Fuel Bill Reduction 'THAT'S true. A Mogul 6 kerosene tractor saves its own price in fuel bill saving, as compared with a gasoline tractor. Until April 1st the price remains at $675 cah f. o. b. Chicago. Fortunate early purchases of material still allow you this low figure. After April lit the price will be $725, same terms. At either prico tho Mogul 8.16 is by far the most eco8-18-1- three-quarte- Bab-coc- I mem-wa- J nomical tractor because it operates on cheap, common kerosene or coal oil. Gasoline to run the Kasohne tractor costs over 100 per cent more than tho kerosene a Mosul 6 will use. Which is best for you? You know what uasolino costs you, and you know what you pay for kerosene. Figure it out yourself, or seo your dealer. 1 his is a saving you can't afford to miss. u The Central Record $1.00 Lancaster, International Harvester Coapany of America (UKrsittd) Mogul kerosene tractors u sold by I Becker & Ballard, Bryantsville, & Co., Paint Lick, Ky. Treadway O The Central Record, Thursday April 6, 1916 1GO PER CENT VALUE In The Smartest Of CRISP, FRESH, SHOE STYLES. U fu ilu Arch Spring Styles Every Coat and Suit for Spring is refreshing in its originality and the line is so varied, it permits of a wide selection. See them before selecting your spring outfit. RUGS, LINOLEUM, MATTINGS and all kinds of floor cover Ings In all the different qualities and designs. See us before buying. Are Always Shown in Our Store They come to us hot from the factory and those Wom- - en, Misses and Children who appreciate the foremost fashion, will always enjoy the keen, fresh, vigorous models to be seen at our store first. The Joseph Mercantile Go. See our beautiful line of Worthmore and Worthwell Waists at $1.00 and $2.00. Clay Preacher-villc Walker. Misses Pearl Dickerwrn r,nd Gladys Frisbic mstored to Danville and was a were guests of Mrs. Wm. Henncr nnd family. Miss Annie O.ika has !eeii visiting Among those who were here Sunday her cousin Miss Ida Mao Cecil. for the burial of the late Miss Allle A Btl( Mnt!on tt lh Cefnlnji ml 'tolrtJ tyTnoie i An InurtitlJ In. Attorney E. C. Mahan of Williams-bur- )' Anderson were Mr. and Mrs. John h. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. llrown- was here this week on business. ing. Miss May Barnes Hrowning. Head Miss Jennie Duncan was in Stanfonl Drowning, Miss Hettie Anderson. Miss Rev A. J. Clere preached in Nicholas-vlll- f to sec her sister, Mrs. Charlotte War- Chenault. Mr. Enoch Grehan and Mrs. Sundav. ren. Mrs. Itettie Miller of Lexing Hurnre Walker, of .ouisville. in here Two promoters of llible School work ton. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Marrs. of for n visit In Lnncaster relatives. are expected at the Christian church k'nnTvilli. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. llailL'll man and Miss Dove Harris of Danville. Mr. and Mm. W. A. Spelth are in Sunday. IouiaviIle for a vi.it to relatives. Miss Elizabeth Ford of Say rr College, Mjs Elsie Morrow left last week for I.cxington, is at home for the Spring a visit to Mm. Win. Burnett In Shelby-villi- vacation. Mrs O. It. Carpenter is In Mrs. R. Zimmer. Mrs. Green Gossip About People vvjp visiting her parents. Mlts Katie llarncs Dlckerson recent sojourner in Danvillrv, To 8harpen Razors. Pour a fow drops of puro ollvo oil on thn rnror trop nnd dust It over with, o pinch of flnur of entry Will Ds Remarkable Map. To mako a map of the world on ths unprecedented srtilo of 1C miles to ths Inch Is a project of Ilrlllsh scientists. Diplomatic feny Changes Wrought In The t aerto a lib your views?" "Yes." ro"I inadra it a point 10 havo my vlcs In agreement with theirs beforo I nald a word." "o Statesman jou think your rmistlturats Lancaster Central Record. The Central Itecord has rounded out twenty six years under the name of The Central Record. The channges have been many and always for tro Improvement of the paper and the job department. Originally the paper was a ' " seven column sheet printed on an artiquated press and the papers folded by hand. ' Under its present management it has doubled its subscription list nnd enjoys the patronage and appreciation of the public. Its papers go into every state in the union and into many foreign The advertising columns are lands. well filled each week and the job department is on the job six days in the week. The present management has taken an unusual interest in making needed improvements and installing the most modem nnd best machinery in their handsome brick building to which they moved from the one room over the Citizens National liank. lled Senator Sorghum, -. SCHOOL NOTES. Miss Van Grecnleaf, of Itichtnond. Mis Virgie lieurne been in Stan made a short visit to her aunt, Mia. II. ford for a visit to her sister, Mrs. W. C. Kauffman. K. Warner. Miss Anne Iteid has accepted a posiMill Jessie Lee Phillips, of Stanford tion as cashier in the store of Mr. J. has been visiting licr cousin, Mrs. E. Dickersnn. Oppie Itruwn. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Denny left yesMiss Carson was in Stanford terday for n two weeks stay at Hot Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Springs, Ark. W. A. Carson. Miss Ixu J. (irant Is upon the sick Miss Kdna llcrkle, a student at Ox- list having suffered an acute attack of ford College. Ohio, Is at home for the of bronchitis. Spring vacation. Miss (Catherine Hamm has returned Friend here at her old homo are from Nashville, Tenn, nftef a delights sorry to learn Mr. Louis l.andram has ful months visit. been iuile sick. Mrs. Ware, who has been ill at the Mesdumes Joe Robinson, JohnStormes home of her Mr. It. E. anil George Kohinsun, motored to Danis now convalescent. ville last Saturday. Mrs. Willinm Jennings and baby have Mr. and Mrs. (irren Cluy Walker returned from a visit to her father, Mr and Mrs. I'wlr IVrkins inoWcd to Fletcher Ison at Iluena Vistn. Danville Tuesday. Judge M. 1). Hughes is spending n Eugene Harris, of Lexington was few day in Iiuisvillo with Ids children, over for the (!lee Cluli and the guest Mrs. May Hughes Noland and li. E. of his frUlld, tilaM Curlier. Hughes. Mr. Timotlu Tinslov, of Transvlvaniu Mrs. I). M. Lackev and Mrs. Sallie Univerity, was the guest for several Kayhurn are among the elderly women days of Meiwrs Milton nrxl I'd ill Klliott. who are rontlned to their homes by deep cold. Mr. Jake Robinson, of Iloyle nnd Mrs. Will Perkins. Mr. Tom Jennings Garrard has rrliirned to her beautiful and daughter Miss ltoxie Jennings of homo after a pleasant visit In Chattn-nognear Stanford werei recent guests of Mrs. Will Oaks. and little son. Iinr-toMrs M. II. Muhry Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith and little of i'lorida. are hero for a protracted visit to Mm Mabry'a sister, Mrs T. daughter left last Friday to.reside in Danville, much to the regret of the J. Price. Lancaster people, Miss Helen Young of the Richmond Mrs. LIge Ford goes to Lexington Normal School is down for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. Fiidoy to attend n banquet given by t her the Chi Omega Fraternity and will lie 0. Anderson. a guest at Hamilton College. Professor Henry Lloyd. of Lexington, Mrs. Joe Ilurntido is in Covington on was here on Saturday looking after the a visit to her daughter, Mr. George A. funning intereitsif his mother-in-laMclioberts, whose husband is absent Mr J. M, Fruiee' on a several weeks' tour in Carolina. S'utton and Mr Mr and Mrs II. Clay o The l'resbyteriun Missionary Society II. A. II. Markrburv motored to for n short visit to Editor Louis met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred 1'. Frlabie on Maple Ave Laiulrani and wife. nue. An interesting program was ren Miss Mnttln Adams returned to the dered. Normal school at Itichtnond Wednesday The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday lifter a visit to her grundmiither, Mrs. afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. II. itichurd McGrnlh. MarKsbury in the west suburb. This Mr. anil Mrs. Stephen Walker mil enthusiastic class have begun a new who huvu been living In little daughter on the "i'lanets", and will llustonvillo for several year have shortly enjoy n telescopic view of the moved buck to Luncsster. heuventy bodies. Miss Jume. of Hamilton College, a Mr J. 1'. Simer has accepted a posiacschool mate of Mis Martha Tinder, Mr. tion with Storme drug store. companied her to Lancaster and wna Siiner id n registered pharmacist and her guost for several days. has recently been in the service of Mr. Mr. Arthur Joseph und young wife George Weatherfor3 of Hustonvllle. who have pone to Danville to reside Ho succeeds Mr. William Mees, who ore followed to their new home by the resigned u few day ago to seek his good wlahel of the Lancaster people. fortune In the West. The member of thu 1'resbyterlan Mr. Sallie Kayhurn was honoree at church organized theiiiselvea Into a a sumptuous dinner on the 4th at the pantry home of her daughter, Mrs. It. 1'. donation party and stocked the at the parsonage Tuesday afternoon Gregory, the occasion being the celepreparatory to the arrival of Rev. II. bration of her 75th birthday, the memS. Hudson and wife. bers of the family and Miss Jeanie those seated ut the Messrs Guwen Hourne, Wilburn Lackey comprising Misses Catherine llourne; natal fenst in compliment to the reverIlruce and d ed mother and grand mother. Louise Wilson and Emily Delonir over from Danville, Thursday evThe following ate some of the many ening for the Glee Club. Later they Lancastrians who were in Danville last were entertained at "The Puritan." Saturday for the opening at the Welsh mercantile houw Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Collins, who have and Wismati Miss Margaret Cook, Mrs. been residing on Richmond street for W. It. Cook, Mason, Mesdamea W. A. some time, loft last week to reside In W. li. Coleman Gulley, S. C. Denny, Many here. regret to leo Louisville. this splendid younk couple, loave, but W. T. West, J. S. Gilbert, It. T. Misses Fannie and Bettie Weit we hope that they may be successful I und Mabel Muson. In their Hew home11 griiiid-wirenDan-villtext-boo- k mot-ortDick-ersoEm-br- Frank Tinder accompanied by a num ber of Transylvania students visited the school Friday. Catherine llourne. of Danville, was mirgling with her former Thursday and Friday. A program In the nature of u contest will be given under the direction of the W. C. T. U.. In the School Aud torium. Thursday night April Gth. Among the visitors at School Friday morninir were. Paul Klliott. Milton Elliott, Glass Carrier. Martha Tinder, Bradley llourne and lona Dunn, all of whom were members of tile class of class-mat1914-1- Some Wcmen and Money. Onu of tho chief causes of flnanclil pressum In modern llfn Is tho failure of somb girl and women to rcallro that money docs not fall llko the dew, gently from heaven.- - Motlnr'a Mait.i ztio. Suspicious Man. "I'nlesa my planR nro frustrated, eays lkn Van Quentln. "I shall marry a small. Blender girl, who has a big. fat sister. Then I will havo reasonnblo assurance that the clothes I ree my llanceo In aro her own." Java's Death Plant Tho "death plant" of Java has which continually glvo off a per fumo so powerful as to overcome. It Inhaled for any length of time, a full- grown man, and which kills all forms nt Insert ltfo that como undor Its In Mucnce. How It Works Out. First Coal Dealer "How much prollt aro you making on n ton nowt" Sec yer ond Coal Dealer "Twenty-flvcent." "Why that's n gooil deal more than I am making." "Dut you sell to tho rich In largo lots. 1 Belt to the poor In pallfuls." Life. Llnea to Do Remembered. Wo must hold n man nnicnabln to reason for tho choice of his dally craft or profession. It is nnt an excuso any longer for his deeds, that they aro tho custom of his trade. What buslnoss hns ho with an evil trade? Has he not n calling In bis character? Emerson. The Christian Endeavor Society, under whose auspices the club was secured made a contribution of $5.00 to the school to be applied in what ever way the school deems wisest. Special examinations were given Friday, March 31st for those students who were conditioned in some of their studies. Some of the most earnest workers were enabled to remove some of their conditions. The Mason Cit? Iowa Hoard of Edu cation has adapted n continuance At twelve months session of school. tendenco on the summer session is voluntary and student will be given credit and promotions as in the winter session. On Thursday night. March 30th.. tho Transylvania Glee Club gave their concert consisting of a string quartette. male quartette, rending, choruses aud The program and comic diologues. was greutly enjoyed by n large and appreciative audience. Upon the suggestion of the Supt. of City Schools, Des Moines, Iowa, the school hoard has abolished the designations of freshman, sophomore, junior and senior for the clasres of the high school. Tho four classes will he known as the Uth, 10th, 11th and l'Jth grades THE NEW CENTIIAL KECOKD BUILDING. OLD RECORD OFFICE Granted Safe Conduct. Tommy was playing wild Indian In thesj-ard- . Tho butcher boy came for tho order, but stopped beforo opening 'he gato to admire tho Httlo fellow's Tommy called out fantastic get-up- . -ondesccndlnsly, and said, "You Just como right In; don't bo afraid; I won't hurt you." Ancient Greek Had Wisdom. Tho earliest writor to concelvo of tho Idea of a rotating earth was riillo- laus, a Greek, who lived In tho fifth century beforo Christ. Tho sarao man. on puroly philosophical principles, also hit upon tho idea of tho sun as tho center of our system an Idea that had to wait 2,000 years for confirmation, until Copernicus camo In . We now have a Mehle. two-- i evolution Press and an Omaha Folder that folds fifteen hundred papers an hour. The Edilcr, J. E. Robinson and local editor and business manager, It. h. Elkin are ably assisted by one of the best foreman in the State in Len Miller, while Tercy Burnside ably manages the job dertrtrrtne. Mitsis Mary Iteid and respectively. f WMm ii i in I, imm mm ini him ii Reciprocation. Sammle's parents wcro moving to another town nnditho Httlo lad had :oron to bid adieu to his holovcd teach er. When sbo put her arms around him his sorrow at parting mounted to .ears, and to her adjuration to "always bo a good boy ami grow up to bo a nno man no blurted between sous, Tho to you." Wisdom In Gotham School. Ilero Is an example of tho wisdom wWch is Imparted to tho pupils of Now York's public schools by a woman teacher. In explaining how the Kill von Kull was named, sho told the class "that a man went out gunning 'or sea gulls, llo killed nnu on the stream that borders Staten Island and thereafter tho stream was known as Kill von Kull." This Is not a fanciful tale, but an absolutely truthful re JOHN M. FARRA cital of the klud of "education" Im Whoso hobbies have nlwavs been for parted la tho "fads and fanclea the betterment of Lancaster and Gar schools" hero. Plttsbureh Dlapatcti, rard county. His hobby is now good roads and tho 'enforcement of the game law, especially the protection of the Sclling Automobiles fi?VJ English pheasants, GarA HARVTUOUS BUSIN15S rard now has u larger area of land pos ted than any oilier county in tne aiare. lrlluilKi Uiciii till HisvricTttls Maim rur Iqvims.lmrsKis.tCMOMMiCisi. Mr. Farra, together with othir Inter Ret CuiKt o. But r sorts Hisir. ested citizens was instrumental in tsilWmis.Wwt0pWMM.oii,Hi UVt having this done. OUR NEW MEIILE, PRESS. ' Grace Cor.iiey are expert typists nnd alround newspaper women, being able to help In uny department of the work. Our efficient cilice force together with the liberal patronage we have enjoyed have made all these changes and Improvements possible for which we are deeply grateful, at the same time we believe Lancaster is grateful for a credi table newspaper' and the many word of encouragement and appreciation inspire us to greater efforts each week. The whole Itecord force is ready and anxious to serve the public. They are ambitious to Issue a live, up to date sheet, and ask the of the public, well knowing a town or county without a good paper is dead. The Record hai ii competent corps of country correspondents who faithTully report the news of their different localities. Recognizing that schools and churches do much towards building up a town it is seldom an issuo of our paper goes out without words of encouragement und commendation for both. We try to keep every live issue that redounds to Lancstei's good, before the public. Right prou 1 are wc of our growth and wo thank many kind friends for their congrutulatlcns. OMAHA FOLDER. c f The Central Record, Thursday April 6, 1916 r i Kengarlan Hotel. PU'AJIIIW THE TRAUli TKir SPECIAL. KNOXVILLE'S FIRST TRADE TRIP Over One Hundred Prominent Knoxville Business Men to Visit Here On Evey since Adam and Eve were turned loose In the Garden of Eden the eating problem has been in vogue. Not since the days o' Adam and Eve has there been a placo where you could have set before you a more tempting array of delectable thinn to eat thnn nt the above hotel with "mine hoslo," Mr and Mrs R. Zimmer. This place is only one of the places where hungry humanity is served in Lancaster ns we have the beautiful Puritan ai.d McIloberU and Stormes soda fountains. THE Chosen Styles IN Big Special Train Itinerary of Four Days' Trip, From Knoxville to Aiheville, N. C, and Return, Stopping in Forty-Fou- r Cities in Four States for Social and Business Calls trip. No cxpenso has been spared In the planning of this trip by the Knox-lllHoard of Commerce to mako It n success, and allow the, members of the party tho longest possible stay In each town, and yet make thu number of towns necessary to cover so much territory on the first trip. Few reatlzo the amount of work and preparation that Is Involved In tho running of one of these Trade Trips. Heforo tho train starts on Its way, tho cxecutho committee In charge of the Trade Trip will havo FIUST HAY, TUESDAY. AI'IllI. U. Lv. Knoxville 7:00 a. m. Ar, Clinton Brent many weeks In working out tho l:ou a. in. details, in order to insure no hitch or Special. Knoxvlllo's first Trade Trip, which will itart April lltli ana continue! for lour days, will cover S15 miles of territory In Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, and North Carolina. In all, 44 towns will be visited. The "special," which will leave Knoxvlllb on Tuesday morning, April 11th, at 7:00 a. in., will consist of eight Pullman cars, Including two dining cars and a combination and buffet car. The Itinerary of tho four days' trip will bo as follows: bag-gag- e e Women's Shoes D. will I mm PRODUCE. pay you the HIGHEST PRICES for your GOUNTSY Cash or Trade. EVERYTHING IN Groceries. Next door to Record Office. l.v. Clinton 8:15 a. m. Ar. Coal Creek :D a. in. l.v. Co.U Crtek 9:10 a. m. Ar. LaKoN lute 9. So a. ni. Lv. LaKullette 10:50 a. m. Ar. Jelllco 12:10 p. m. Lv, Jelllco 11:40 p. m. Ar. Williams-bu1:17 p. m. L.v. Wllllamnuurg 1:17 p. m. Ar. Cor-bi- n 2:4o p. in. Lv. CorbJn 3:05 p. m. Ar. London 3:2. p. m. Lv. London 1:10 p. m. Ar. K. Hern-sta4:25 p. m. Lv. K. Ilrrnatadt 4:40 p. m. Ar. Llv Inrston 5:05 p. m. Lv. LlrlnK'ton 5:20 p. m. Ar. llerea 6:15 p. m. Lv. llerea 6:45 p. m. Ar. lUchmond 7:lo p. m. SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY, APK1IL 12. Lv. Richmond 6:00 a. m. Ar. Lancas-te- r 7:40 a. m. Lv. Lancaster 8:15 a. m. Ar. Uowland 1:40 a. m. Lv. ItowUnJ 8:55 a. m. Ar. Stanford 9:o5 a. m. Lv. HUnford 9:35 a. m. Ar. Crab Orchard lo:oo a. m. . Lv. Crab Orchard 10:15 a. m. Ar. IlroJ-hea- d lo:li) a. m. Lv. LiruJheud 10:45 a. m. Ar. lit. Vernon 11:05 a. m. Lv. Mt. Vernon 11:36 a. m. Ar. 1:43 p. m. l.v. Itarbourvllle 2:43 p. m. Ar. Ilne-vlll- e 3:23 p. m. Lv. l'lnevllle 4:03 p. m. Ar. Orby 4:15 p. m. Lv. Orby 4:25 p. m. Ar. Mlddlt.boro THIlfilrDAY. THIMISDAT. APHIL 1J. Lv. Mlddle.boro 5:00 u. m. Ar. 7:10 a. m. At. Uf Lv. 1'ennlngton 7:40 a. m. 8tone clap s:45 a. m. Lv. lilg Stone Gap 9:45 a. m. Ar. 10:10 a. m. J.v. Appalachla 10:40 a. m. Ar. Norton ll:lu a. m. Lv, Norton 13:00 m. Ar. Appalachla 12:30 p. m. Lv. Appalachla 12:35 p. m. Ar. Cllnchport 1:15 p. m. Lv. Clinch-po- rt 2:15 p. m. Ar. (late City 2:45 p. m. Lv. Gate City 3:15 p. m. Ar. Iliistol 4:45 p. m. Lv. llrlitol :45 li. m. Ar. Johiuon City ' Pohne 213. D. W. Marsee Lancaster, Ky. ItTII DAY. KItlDAY. APRIL 14. Lv. Johruon City 7:00 a. m. Ar. Jonia- boro 7:20 a. m. Lv. Jonriboro 7:50 a. m. Ar. Telfonl 8:00 a. m. Lv. Telford 8:10 a. m. Ar. Limestone 8:21 a. in. Lv. Limestone 8:34 a. m. Ar. Greene-vlll- e 9:05 a. m. Lv. Greenevllle 10:05 a. m. Ar. llus-hel10:22 u. m. Lv. Mo.helm 10:32 a. m. Ar. Dulls Gap 11:00 a m. Lv. Hulls Gap 11:10 a. m. Ar. Whltui-bur- g 11:17 a. m. Lv. VhlteburB 11:27 a. m. Ar. 11:37 a. m. Lv. KuuelivlUe 11:47 a. m. Ar. Morris-tow- n 11:67 u. m. ,v. Mornstown .z:ot p. m. Ar. nne line 1:21 II. p. in. Ar. New-A- r. l.v. Slfift unite m. line n. nort Hot Newport 2:30 p. m. Lv. spring a:ia p. m. Lv, Hot Springs 4:00 p. m. Ar, Mar4:35 p. m. shall Lv. Marshall 6:05 p. m. Ar. Aiheville C:10 p. m. Ar. Knoxville, Lv. A.hevllle It m. April 15, 5:15 a. m. 7M5 p. m. i:a We Roosfi J-M Standby Our M We don't merely you roofing, get your money and say "Good Night." The roofing wo furnish you has got to maka ijood. It is backed up by The trip from Knoxville to Jelllco will bo raailo over the Southern Hallway, and from Jelllco to Appalachla, Va over tho U. & N. At Appalachla tho "special" will change to tho V, & S. W., over whose tracks It will run to Bristol, where connection will bo made with the Eouthern again, over which lino tho remainder of tho trip will bo made. This train of sight cars, which will be equipped with .everything necessary to mako tho trip pleasant, will be the home of the hundred Knoxville business men for tho four days of the equipment and for the facilities afforded the members of the trip. Tho commissary car must bo stocked, tho supplies being, so far as possible, the products of tho sections to be visited and bought in Knoxville, which In Itself should provo a big advertisement for the trip; the red, white and blue umbrellas to be carried by. the members ordered, and tho badges to be worn secured. These badges will havo printed on them: "Knoxvlllo's First Trade Trip, April 11th to Hth," and on the Identification portion will be printed the name and tltlo of the member and the firm represented. This will be a great aid to tbe people, of the towns visited, as It will not be necessary for one to ask names, but by merely looking at any member's badge one can get the member's name, tltlo and all. Besides these badges, each member of the Trade Trip will wear a white hat with the word "Knoxville" printed on the band, which will also be an aid in distinguishing tbe local boosters from the Trado Trip members' allowing them to get together in the shortest possible time. There is also the assignment of the party to Pullman accommodations to be looked after, and a great many other things which must be taken caro of by tba Trade Trip committee of the Knoxville Hoard ol Commerce, to mako tbe trip one that will give maximum results to the Knoxvlllo business men as well as to the business men of the towns to be visited. Reaching Richmond, Ky.. at 7:1C p. m. on the first day out, the Knox vllle Trade Trip members will unload at the depot, and headed by tho I'nl versify of Tennessee band, march tc the business section of the city, whert they will hold a Joint session with the that commercial organization of place In one of tho town's large halls Speakers from the "special" will tell about Knoxvlllo, tho RIchmondltes what she buys and what sho sells, and lots more of general Interest, while the Illchmond speakers will tell tbe Knoxville party about their town, what they make, what they have tc sell, and many other things. Alternating between tho speeches will be concerts by tho University of Tcnncs confusion. Kirst, the route had to bo selected ; the itinerary adopted and the arrangements made for tho railway rJ,HIS store is now showing the fashions in footwear that prevail in the great style centers of the country this spring.. Our window display makes you feel the beauty and attractiveness of the new styles of shoes and you can not help being impressed with the appropriateness of the new fashions in women's costumes. We advise you to consultwith us at once. You will like our store, our service and our Shoes. Parks & Hendren Co. INCORrORATCO Darmlle, THE STORE THAT SELLS PHOENIX SILK HOSE Kentucky. Matrimonial Felicities. "Oh, why did 1 ever marry you?" "Bccauso 1 didn't know any bailer." Life. Truly a Buccsss. Plainly His Vocation. Hcpsr 'That boy of ours seems "Was your bachelor's supper a success?" "A success! Wondorfull Why. mighty fond of trndln' to other folks' wo had to poatpono the wedding for business." Hiram 'Oursa veil bar to make a lawyer of him. Then holl two days." Life. git paid for doln Worst Kind of Liars. Eugenie War of Future. Tho most mischievous liars are Officer (pointing to prisoner) "If those who keep sliding on tho verge you find any sjsplclous papers on this of truth. Selected. man, shoot him. If not. shoot him anyhow, bo's crosseyed!" When Friendship Is Truo. In friendship wo find nothing false Don't Want to Give Him Away. or Insincere, everything Is straightMothers arc merciful creatures; forward and springs from the heart. they let children contlnua to believe Cicero. In fathers as long as possible. Now York Kicnlng Sun. Superior Chemical Linen. Using a chemical process a Moscow Education la a Dig Thing. engineer claims to havo produced n Kducatlon Is n gram) good thing, finer linen yarn than tbo finest spun, llofore sho wont away to school Virat low cost, ginia Fcatbertngbam called her mothNow sho refers to her er "maw ' Initiative Enthusiasm. as "tho mntcr." Topoka Capital. Ab Adklns says bis has tho sort of enthusiasm which Is largeNot a Thing to Dosit Of, ly devoted In starting the applause. Moscow reports that a Itustlan surAtchison Globe. geon has succeeded In transplanting tho nervos of a young pig Into tho Demand Much. human bod-- . Surely this cannot bo seo Hand. Quito a few worthy citizens will a now achievement of surgery. Wo At Mlddlcsboro, wbcro tho "special' never be satisfied with medical prog- see r'orlo uvcry day who apparently will arrive at 4:45 on the secoud eve ress until somo means has been havo tho ncrvo of a hog. Houston ning out, April 12th, another oveninii for a worn-ouliver. 1'osL meeting will be held slmlllar to the one at Richmond, ns will also bo done at Johnson City on tbo evening of the third day and at Ashovlllo on tho cm nlng of the last day. At all of the stops the band will play and at man) tbo Knoxtlllo party will parade, ant) nt every stop the Knoxvllllans plan tc mako tho most of tho time tho train will tarry. half-solint If Boston Tran-scrip- t. Copper In Pickles. Ilcklca aro at times colored wltn copper. An easy way to detoct this adulteration is by thrusting a bright steel knitting needlo into tbo Jar. If copper la present It will coat the needle. The Lingering Doubt. reason tho enthusiastic benedict who urges all his bachelor friends to "como on In. the water's flno" doesn't win converts. Is tho grave doubt In their mlnda whether ho speaks ns frankly to them as to his benedlctlna. Mllwaukca Journal. One. pate sadness, control Inrnntlnnnon avert ovll thoughts and dreams, ox- .maraio tno soul and foretell misfortune to man by losing their natlvo splendor. Virtues Attributed to Stone. Many virtues aro nttrlbuted to carbuncles. It Is related that thosu who wear them can resist iwlsons and aro preserved from tho pest. They dissi- fffm J-- . ml : . : a ft t. J-- Roofing Responsibility Roofings becausa we know they pivo serRoofs vice that cuts down roofing costs and becauso may be registered with the manufacturers and looked cfter by them to that you are sure to get full roofing service. We stend by our roofs and the big, responsible Company that makes them stands back of us. We handle Jacob SchuSzCompany Incorporated. Johns-Manvil- le You know us. and we know tbesa roofings; and we say to you that they art the best roofing values on tba market. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-F Ail Occasions. Prompt Attention ft. H. Bastin & Son. 13- -or 83. All Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Tbe Lancaster Court House as remodeled. It stands a monument tn T.anrastera progress and civic pride. L The Central hecord, Thursday April 6, 1916. GETTING TOGETHER day PAINT LICK S. M. Denny spent Sunday In Richmond. and Mon SPAINEY. Mrs. George Miller Is quite III. Sunday school Is progressing nicely. Mrs. G. A. Morgan Is reported uuite Purpose of Visit of Knoxvillo Trade Trip Members Is To Cement Business Relations Ouilnees Men of Kn Know More About Condition! Hero,) ana Desire People Hero to Know More About Knoxvllle a Manufsc-turln- g end Jobbing Center. lack of thn whlto hats, tho stripped umbrollas, tho music, tho fun and of tbo Knoivllln Trade Trip, thero In n very serious purpose. Thl Trado Trip has a meaning, and that mennlnx U llluitratlro of tho bust, ncss spirit of Knoxvillo. For, bo It known, that this la "Prosperity Year In Knoivlllo" her mill and factories aro running, and tho wheels of commerco arn humming. Knoivltlo la stirred In ovory putto and flbro as sho has never been stirred boforu with n new spirit of enterprise, of push and purpose (bat Is Imllt upon tho solid rock foundation of confidence conndenco In her own future; confidence In tho loyally of her people ami sggressivcness of her progressive busl nees men and Inatltiitlons. -' 1 , Mrs. Woods Walker spent the week end In Danville and Stanford. ill at this writing. Miss Ina Mae Scott was the guest of Mrs. C. E. Williams and Miss Geneva Rucker left Saturday for their home I Salliii Elam last Sunday, Madison Ind. Miss Azllc Elam was the guest of Mrs. Geoffrey Morgan and son of Mis Essie Ballard recently. There will be cottage praver meeting Richmond, spent Friday with Mrs at Mr. G. A. Morgans on Friday. Ilico Woods. Mr. George Lawson visited his daugh Rev. W. M. Eldrldge was called ter, Mrs. Will Coltson at Manse. Jessamine the past week to assist Mrs. Ben Sipple Is visiting her hi.tnu two funeral services. folks, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Owens. Mr. Charles Berryman of Waco, was Mrs. Levi Elam and Miss Ella Scott the Ruest Friday and Saturday of Mr. were guests of Mrs. Booth Dychouse and Mrs. Tom l.ogsdcn.- last Sunday. Miss Alberta Mobprly of Richmond, who has been with Mrs. Oscar Ma Where He Would De Welcome. mack for several weeks, was stricke "IIo's so reckless ho's always with appendicitis on Friday and take chances." "Oh, send him to our to inn Hospital In Klchmoml, where as charity bazaar." Baltimoro American. soon as sho Is able will undergo an 5, operation. TENNESSEE OFFICIAL WINS LONG FIGHT J. W. Scaton of Linden. Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Twelfth Ju dlclal District of Tennessee, was fot ycarB a sufferer from stomach troubles In part a result of bis confining worfc He tried doctor after doctor, He tried medicines without end. Ono day he took a dose of Mayr's wonderful Remedy. Ho wrote: "Your medlclno Is the best In tho world for any form of stomach trouble, I am glad to say that after taking tho lull treatment I feel that I am well. "I had very severe pains In my stom nch all tho time. Ono bottlo of your medicine did me ten times as much good as all the doctors' medicine that I took for two years. My family rhy slclan told mo that I would never be any better today I nm well. I have gained twcnty-flvpounds." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per manent results for stomach, liver and Intestinal aliments. Eat as much anf whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas In the stomach and around the heart. Get one bottlo of your druggist now and try It on an absolute guarantee If not satlS' factory money will bo returned. For sale by It. E. McRoberts and all other reliable druggists. Aluminum Horseshoes Best. In every test made by Russian cav alrymen, horseshoes of aluminum were found to outlast thoso of steel and Iron. Gift Above Alt. If, Instead of a gem, wo coul coat tho gift of rich thought Into tbo heart of others, that would bo giving as tho angols give. Selected. Camera In Military History. Tho Crimean war saw the camera first used as a recorder of military history. Tho device was but 1G ycara old at that time. Screw Propeller Old Device. That a patent for a steam vessel had been Issued as far back as 1803 recently was discovered In tho French patent office. Something of a Novelty. Jhn Sxpro88ion of tJhanlifuhiess ""TO our many friends and patrons who honored us with their presence on Saturday at the opening of our new home we wish to mosT: heartily thank for the universal expression of good will and appreciation of our efforts to give to Boyle County and Central Kentucky an establishment that we can all feel proud of. It shall be our constant aim to give better and better service as the months roll by, and we shall always deem it a favor if the public will offer suggestions that may assist us in so doing. To those who have not yet had the opportunity to pay us a visit we extend a most cordial invitation to come and make yourselves at home. 'Shall wo go to tho movies, play bridge, or stay home?" "Why not stay homo? We can always go to tho movies or play bridge." Judge. Victory In Worthy I think that thero Is honest endeavor, and somo victory gained In strugglo that Is made. Struggle. success in all that thero Ii every gallant Dickens. r Wm. H. Crouch, leader of the U. of T. Band, which Is to visit here. MARKSBURY Mrs. Edmond Sutton was hostess at dinner to a few friends, Sunday. . r tAiiue 10 ine lecture anu bring your friends with you next Thursday night. Mesdames Ben Kelley nnd Dr. Rose have been visiting Mrs. Wm Broaddus. It Is In thn spirit of this new prosperity that this First Trado Trip la being made, and It Is far from a spirit, for Knoxvllle Is not coming to sell, but to Sw and to IIUV1 In her new prosperity sho must look beyond her own door for now material. KnoiTlllx wants to extend to the people of her sister (owns and cltle the "glad hand, wants to know them better, and extends to them an Invitation to grow as she prows. Knoxvllle want us to rrofll by her prosperity. There will be a result to thla trip that ousht to bo of special Interest to this town. Being, as It Is, In Itself an example of organisation and efficiency, thn trip ought to stimulate greater Interest In our local commercial organisation and In greater commercial activity. Then, too, the visit of tho Knoxrllle Trj'lo Trip will offer to our local booster an opportunity to do some boosting of their own game. The KlHclal will carry representatives of both of Ixnoxvllto'a big dally papers, nvwtpapers that are read far and wide. Tho Impression they gather of the towns visited, and which will be gath ered by th'o other member of the nrty will have a far reaching effect i and untold good should result. Let us go out and meet tho anlniatoj clal" In a spirit which will them; In n spirit of wanting to get, closer together and of cooperation and thereby both sides will bo srl-fis- h Musk's Power Great. Musk In Its puro state Is so radio- actlvo that. If held close to the body for a time, it will produce sores simi lar to those caused by radium. Giving Them Fair Warning. William, soon after, ho started to school, came homo ono day and said: Somo boys at school aro beginning to meddle with mo and tuoy had bet- Welsh & Wiseman Co. Danville, Kentucky. Misses Virgie and Pearl Hogg return ed to Berea College Monday after a ter stop 1L" brief visit to home-folkMr. and Mrs. J. B. Kemper who have been spending the winter in Birming ham Ala., will return next week. Miss Margaret Jenkins of Nichrlai vine has been selected by the trustees to teach the school at Mason next year. UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE. BAND TO GIVE CONCERT HERE' PUBLIC SALE 8 Crack Muelcal Organization of the State to Accompany Knosvllle's Trade Trip Special. ono of tho crack musical organizations uiu Trip Special of tho KnoMrilln buslnos men to furnish tho music nt this anil tho other towns visited. The band which is composed of 25 manilcru will give concerts, both of popular and classical music, and nil lovers of music uliould plan to hoar Ihos. concerts. (il llio Slam win iiLcuininiij Having decided to quit farm ing and leave the state, I will sell at public auction, at N. J. iriuu Gosney's place near Marksbury, iSetyrcloy, April J ,:ZZJ:Z:Z.M Symptoms Of Kidney Trouble. tiroil ftmt nll.wnrn.nut If you have hard headaches. back- nches and diny spells- If tho Kidney secretions are clii- - ononppf vniiD innxiDve one o'clock, p. m., the following ot If your buck It lame if t.u feel dun. One Jersey Cow, soon be fresh, 1 buddy and painters ladder, 1 harness 2sows and pigs, 1 30-fowork mare, 1 Vulcan plOW. All hOUSeltOld Mid KltClieil f UrilitUrC. All new and in . ordere- d- 8uK.ctyourki(lnejs and "take h u !, i . BOUU mi cUilUilluil. Cheering the Invalid. Mrs. T. Pollard, Misses Nell and Es- DoIIlo had permission to visit a anneighbor who was 111. After chatting tel Clark have returned from a delightfor n long whllo sho aroso to leave, ful visit to Mrs. Mag Kuhlman at Low and, taking tho hand of tho Invalid, ell also Mrs. Broaddus of Paint Lick What it's For. I hope you won't remarked; Good-by- ; If you wish to get ahead and st,ny die- Rev. Clere of Lancaster will lecture ahead, uso a head. Boston Tranat the Fork church under the auspice.i sexjpt. of the Ladies Working Society on the About on a Level. evening the 13th of April. Admiss "If you will averago tho thing up," ion '25 of cts. Those who have heard Mr. Worth While Quotation. says H. P. Walker, "you likely will And "There's no defoat In life tavo from mat tbo girls who marry for monev Clere are daligbted with Kim as a lee within; unless you're beaten there. strike about as many bargains ns tho turer and those who do not come to jouro bound to win.' Selected. gins who marry for love." Kansas hear him will miss a treat. The public is invited. city star. Cnaracter Above All. diameter Is tbo gotrnlng clement BUENA VISTA Wise Rule to Follow. of life, and Is abovo genius. Freder A lUtlo less criticism of others and ick Sawders. moro thorough criticism of ourselves Mrs Jesse Rogers remains quite ill. would havo a tendency to mako us Miss Ethyl Evans is visiting in1 Dan lenient to and sympathetic with tho Usually Comes Late. ville. Ilemoreo Is Homstulng that many faults and follies of others. Tho Ob pooplo claim to uxpcrlenco after they server. Mr. torn Armstrong hna returned to aro hopelessly caught. his home in Louisville ufter a visit hero Born Tl-e- d. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jennings of 'Ho WU2 ho'n too tired ter Kit outen caster were week end guests Unfortunately True. of It may be necessary to slight your hl3 own way," said tho old colored homefolks. golf or dancing onco In a while la Dromcr. "no only exercuo be ever gits Is fallln' from crace, an' alter he Mr. Will Evans nnd family of Dan order tn bavo any otllce hours left. falls, pleauo God. ho'a too tlrod ter git ville visited relatives here from Friday up!" Atlanta Constitution. until Sunday. Give Them Their Due. great many men nro blamed for The Graded and High School closed Had Sized It Up Right. Idleness when they should be praised Friday evening with beautiful com- Is your paper really seventy years mvneement exeicises. for not getting In tho way. old!" asked tho sweot young thing. Miss Jennie Higgins of Lancaster at "Certainly," wo retorted, defiantly. Wanting Too Much. Why?" "Then I was right. I told tended commencement and was a guest When yon get to feeling so very sorry for yourself you uro very apt to mother that somo of your Jokes are of Miss .Myrtle Ruble. find that no ono rise Id very porry for older than tho paper." Duffolo Mr. and Mrs. Thoj Scott of Harrods- you. Selected, burg were guests of Mr. J. E. Scott and family Friday night. "Current Bushes." Well to Search. Mr. Lent Teater and family of Bry In Don't neglect your Illblo; a New maTst rorto Rico, whero tho air Is Hntsville spent Sunday with Mr. and and balmy, n,lr plants grow on York man found a $0 bill ruoro t!.an Mrs. Otlio Montgomery. u hundred ycurs old In bis. Seattlo tlo telephone and telegraph wire Tho Insulation rots In places and Rev, R. M. Lee unsUted bv Rev, Put- Much Fish Consumed In Tokyo. Tho 2.000,000 people. 'of Tokyo nually spend Jo per head for fish. Rev. J. W. Mahan preached at Lon don last Sunday. His pulpit at this place was filled by Rev. Sebastian of Georgetown College. Architecture Improves With Age. Tho knowledgo that ago Improves architecture as well as wine is Dot new, but tho realization that tho improvement Is duo to the texture of tho urfaccs and tho softening of the rigid lines Is recent nnd has not yet by any means become general. Aymar Need for Consideration. What should one do," asks tho young doctor, "when a patient cornea In and diagnoses his own caso exact ly?" "In such a situation." explains tho experienced physician, "you must uso your best Judgment of human nature. It tho patient is ono kind or man ho .will appreciate your agreeing, with his diagnosis as showing that bo knows as much as you "do; on hand ho may go about and say that you don't know any more than ha does." Garage Ads. npfsSiD to "m kidney iwnedy It may rave you from some serious kidney trouble Make me ef Mr. lllbbard'a cxpetl- - tried, un ,l ' '.m d ........ j ..ml, time. Terms made known on day of sale. Earnest Gosney. Phone 43 Time's Changes. A man used to ba known by tbo company ho kept, but now you spot him by tho seloctlous he turns looso on the phonograph. First Spring Spokes. Wheels ghvti rcslllancy- - by spring spokes were patented tn England as early as 18SS. In Franco In 1S39 and Ks tbo United States lu 1S31, once. Frank llibbiird, Water St., Lancaster, says; "I bad wpak btd.wyi iiml their action was Irregular uml often painful. My back tained me jih! it was then that I ustil Dean's KldnV l'ills. They fixed me up in good diape. Tlw pnins left and my kidniys bccHmn nurmal." Price 60c, Ht all dealers. Do t't ask for a kidney reined" -- K"t Don Kidney Pills-t- ho had. Fojter-MilburBuffalo, N. Y. same tint Mr. lib-har- d Co., Vrv., n thcro the plants tako root and thrive. litt of Lancaster liegn a series of Thcso plants are called "current meetings at Mt Olivet Monday night. bushes" or "oloctrlo light plants." airs. a. u. acoit. and son have re turned from St. Petersburg Flu., whero In Industry. Good they have been with Mr. and Mrs. J. 11 Thank Cod every morning that you Ruble for sonio months. haro something to do that day which Prof, and Mrs. I. D. Hacker and Miss must be done, whether you Uko It or not. Itefug furced to work and to do Lillian Ray loft tho tlrst of the week your best will breed you a hundred for their home in Bouneviile. Prof. virtues which tho Idle will never Hacker will tako a special courae in tho know, Charles Klcgsley, Richmond Normal. Telephone Call to Our Garage Will Secure It. "Promptness and Efficien- cy" Is Our Motto. Yet Our Prices Are Low. When In Need of Tires, Accessories or Gasoline For cAny Kind, Of nr-p- ly Heifers Chase Rabbits, for at a nev idea of h Summeytown Terrible Threat. Parso Johnson Do contribution farmer boeomoa a fad, tho rabbit dog dls morning will bo fo' do purposo ob my be pushed Into the background. n ii years rtmrdr far making up do deficit In your pastor's rV has trained soma of bis ketfere to diirsMi. A Us iloJra silerullr, sll til IiqoUI sm4 salary I De ckoir will now sing, and rent and chase rabbits wltij a uuck rrJftffrOBi Itch. VV &.V !.l ll llrt fn Il.tbe IiiIWI. dots Ml Ulsf will conttnae to slag, until de full uuecess as dogs, and, Meet), sheaves'. SkUet, Ask slsu sboet IX 9.D.St, amouat am collected! Peck. rbllatlphla Inquirer. It. E. MeRoberU, Lancaster. Ky. Prescript, D.D.D. Eczema PAY US A VISIT. ri fcancaster Victor Car Co. a The Central Record, Thursday April 6 19 lb. mswi Li S El run W3 save you all Agents'. Dealers'. Wholesalers' and Jobbers' profits and commissions wo don't have traveling salesmen to hotels, and travel around on high salaries. Our entire business is conducted by mail wo have eliminated every extra and unnecessary expense. We are giving the vehicle buyers of this county the greatest values ever known. We manufacture right here in our own large factory as high grade vehicles as it is possible to produce and sell them to you at the wholesale price and save you all the "rake-off- " of the middlemen. Yes Sir: stop at expensive I sH. m aaaM Here Is How Our Plan Hits the Middleman We have Bold hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of vehicles and harness direct from factory to consumer, and every snlo has been a clean - cut straight - from - the - shoulder wo regret that our SMASH between the eyes of some "middleman." Wo are sorry for this pathway to success should be strewn with wrecked hopc3 and thwarted ambitions of thoso who have tried in vain to hold us back. Personally we have nothing; against dealers, agents, Jobbers, mail order catalog houses and other middlemen, who seek to gather two or three profits, where we are satisfied with one we are really sorry for them, because they are doing business in the wrong way. A vehicle or set of harness is never worth more than the factory price, and because we save you all the expense and profits of tho middlemen, they should not grow peevish and throw things at Bohon, for neither I nor my customers and friends are to blame it is simply the law of supply and demand at work. Folks will buy whero they can get the most for their money. That's the whole matter in a nutshell. Our plan hits the middleman, because the vehicle users of this country have mado up their mind to do business on lino from maker through travthe straight lino from factory to user, rather than on the g eling salesmen, jobbers, dealers, agents or catalog supply houses to user. Is there a reason? you must either pay thrco profits or one You must either buy directly or indirectly profit on your vehicles and harness. When a dealer buys a vehicle, ho buys indirectly and absolutely must pay two or more profits before he takes the vehicle from tho crate. Now, if you buy of a dealer, you must not only pay theso two or thrco profits, but in addition, jou must pay the dealer's profit and also his selling expense extra four profits ia alL When you buy of us, you buy directly you pay one small profit. Our price to you is less than dealers can buy vehicles for spot cash in carload lots. Don't let the middlman get the facts, then decide. If you do this, find out for yourself throw dust in your eyes you will surely buy of Bohoa and save agents', dealers', jobbers' and salesmen's commission. zig-zaprice-boostin- Some reople are prette hard to eoelnee, etpecisltr when ther don't want to be. Like the old GeckwooJintan on Us nist tlut to th. circus (or inttsncc. lie walked cutlutlr around the ititAe, looked the tsll lellow up one tide sni down the other lor about fiji minutest then sbilted his quid Irom on. alj. ol his mouth to the other, took oil his slaties. wiped them csrcfuUj, sua luraioe: to the at tendant said) There Ain't No Such Animal!" That old (etlow reminds me of the people who av "Dohon has no lactorvt llohon'i vemade to sell, not to wesr, hicles lack quality "Hub I etc' Read What Customers Say at. Gray, Watertori". Xy, .syst "Mr buggy arrived la ealely and without being- - damaged In shipment. Now; want to tell yon I am well pleased with it. I am sure I could have purchased no such borer ol any other firm or factory (or a price so reasonable It la not only well made and aiylish, but is a wety cosaiortabl en and there Is no doubt in my mind but that It ill prove to be what It la guaranteed to be. All ol the neighbors ad friends tabcm hate shown the .bum Mrs with me that rt atsst hergaln, and I suspect It will onl be a shortII, is the octlt rou hpe tome orders from tbls part of the coun3vfitiie your tpicndid butiy, y7' i m gW$ to d my belt tofriend proven for I (ft I llut you to m by lending tuich a cUffT, tbtrefori J fbU tncouraee ami mala a nxaoy ulo ai my apprccUUon.' jpfliwlt ft loow Tayloraville Junta I g The only difference Is Ihst the old to deceive hlmsellhe wst honestly thought trinfeyes were plsrinc tricks bis while the follow who says. "Bohon does not mske the highest crsds vehicles In bis own factory right her. in Hsrtodsburg," Is trying lor a selhih purpose to deceive you. Don't let tbe desler agent or mtddlemsn throw duit In your eyes. Get the FACTS know for yourself, for sny agent or dealer that tells you Ihst we do not msnufscture our vehicles right here In our own fsctory does so In order to sell you a vehicle snd pocket a big profit. W. hsv. here a fsctory eoual In equipment to stir vehicle factory la the united Slates UAK NUNC Sixty Days Free Road Trial Life Long Guarantee Backed by Our $30,000 Bank Bond Erery "line Grass" Buggy L kjM on 60 dijV frte road .W want you to try It aa your own submit to any test and then decide whether you want to keep it. Compare it closely point for point with other vehicles in your neighborhood, cither in ubo or offered for sale, and u you ore not fully convinced that we have furnished you the best made, the handsomest finished, the easiest name ana me ugntest running Niggy you ever new, ana u you 470 nor. inin. mat oy if in fact, for any dealing direct with our factory you have saved at least J23.00 to $10.00 reason you arc not perfectly satisfied, and if the vehicle is not exactly as represented and in strict accordance with our claims wo will take It back: and stand all the loss. 11 after the trial you keep it as wo know you will you aro absolutely protected nijainst any loss or trouble resulting from defective material or workmanship for if ever nt any time it matters not when, whether one, two, three, five or ten yeara any piece or part proves Imperfect, we will replace or repair it free of chance. As an absolute protection to you, under this cuarantcc, we have deposited with tho Mercer National Dank of this city, our legal binding bend for 130,000, and if we ever make a claim under the guarantee that wo did cot carry out, we can be made to forfeit this bond. Just stop and think what this means to buy n vehicle under a unlimited guarantee, backed by a bank bond. If wo did not make as fine vehicles as it ia possible to produce how could wo make such on offer? life-lon- C. W)HJm. McDonald. Ttnn., writo: 2 received m U O. K. and find it U a dandy one aod ererjone who hat compHtnent on It. It It a t it Ml TMifJ YtMfU and I am vt.I sleaicd with It. I hopm that I tat oa toora in Uu country. fault of your IT. tr-- j u trll i com ti wai epmcw< peeilnitf 110 and inclined vriion wfin prjtTiiion not nwiug advertisement'. From your raanjy, perauaded to end I vinced your metjiod ol doinjjr buUnrta iucccii, and when next In the market iuic to go to you." Pago Catalog Shows More Vehicle Styles Than You Can Find in 26 Dealers' Stores Our Large 396 wi to UWf some, ol your ttronc purcntieo many gooal irota my order. I act fully conhas been the secret of your lor ft carrtafo the order Is A. F, Carpenter. Wolftowa. Vu, write-- : I recelred ray hvggr n It a thorough the firt of September. Since that time biTe road test and I find it exactly as you represented it to me. I am perfectly tatliftej with It In ercrr respect in fact, I hare teen none that equals It for a raueb hlgiicr price, and I feel I have value received for ever cent of my invcitdienL' harness fine. X eral people who buggy from you ing if you wish of your buggies, Edgar V. Hunt, Sanders, Xy., says: I like my buggy and like it better" than any buggy 1 ever saw. Sevhave teen rnv buggy talk like they would order a in the sprlne. You can use my name In advertisto do s?. Please send Mr. It. St, Davis a catalog as he ashed me to wilts you isr one." Emory M. McCoid. Greenwood. . C, writes t "We are more than pleased with the bugcy you shipped us the first of June, and now ft Is Decenbr Oth, and every one who sees It wants to know where we get it. We have bad a good many to ask how much we paid for it and seem to be cio'e than surprised at tbe price paid for auch a P"ttr buggy. A lrind bought a ner buggy after we got ours and paid $115.00 for l without harness. When we get ready for another new buggy we will not tfcink ol buying from anyone but you. X am sending you names of filends. I do hope you will be able to sell each a ncv acn" Marcus A. Whtsler. Jamestown. Int. ssysi "Buggr and set of driving harness received the 17th. Ati veil satisfied uh both and must say that the harness and tuygy are certainly nude with ercat care, both workmanship and selectloi of material. 1 would like for vour naictcr tn send me some Lrown DiJtJ. lust, a verr small amount to &?ily to a Iwt p'acs I notice have been marked by shipping. Any time I can be the cause of an order bc!ng sent you dv ray inenjs, X will consider X have helped botU thcu and yourseii." Lawrence Mtluth. R. P. D. No. 1, Iteeds, Mo., writes : "I ana mailing you a picture of inself, horse and buggy which I bought from you some time ago. it isn't a very eood picture, but maybe it wilt give you an Idea. You never mind what tbe pictures cost for I think ou have done me enough faora and gave me such a good bargain on that rig that the pictures shall not cost you any thing. 1 am not in the habit of bragging on anyone, but I will when it is worth while." OUR LARGE MODERN FACTORY as any Our large, modern factory is just as in tho United Statea. We have every facility for manue facturing vehicles at tho lowest cost of production. Please don't confuse our factory with some of the small repair shop3 hero in Central Kentucky that possibly assemble ono hundred vehicles in tho course of a year, for we manufacture them by the thousands and sell them all over the United States, as well as in many g maforeign countries. We have every new chine, every practical arrangement known. Wo havo hero as fine a collection of vehicle builders 33 was ever gotten together by ariy firm anywhere. They aro men of high-gradlabor-savin- experience and ability, clean, moral and conscientious they aro men who liko their work. Visit our office and factor if you can, and see for yourself how Bohon vehicles aro made. Our factory is of personal and vital interest to you and every other vehicle user who wants to know the facts about why and how Bohon makes thu best stylo veliiclc3, maintains tho very highest quality and undersells the world.' If every vehiclo user in Kentucky really knew the truth and facts alwut the wonderful values we givo in spite of our already tremendous wo would have to increaso our factory, at business lea3t ten to fifteen times in order to supply the demand. Gome to See Us Visit Us at Our Factory Why not mako us a visit? Como to Harrodsburtr and sec for material look our factory over. Examino the high-grad- e go through our model factory from, end to end and see our we use skilled mechanics turning out as fine vehicles vast force of high-clas- s as aro being made in the world. If you can't come, send a postal today for our large freo catalog. Without doubt it is the finest book on vehicles ever issued, and we want you to havo a copy. It shows views of it shows in colors how construction and our superior equipment our vehicles aro painted and upholstered and has more styles than you will find in twenty dealers' stores. Hero iB a picture of tho cover of this catalog. It is tho most elaborato vehicle and harness catalog ever published it is a regular vehicle and harness encyclopedia. A postal card with your namo on it will bring you this book by return mail with all postage paid. - "BLUE GRASSBUGGIES -- Wsi. rnoH i hater yourself 5 This Catalog la Free Fbc tbe Asking. Our Large Factory With Annual Capacity of 20,000 Finished Vehicles. D. T. BOHON COMPANY, Harrodsburg, Ky. of ' V