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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 20, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916042001_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 20, 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. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RETAOION, UNI A RNISIIED DEMOCRACY AND OOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTT SEVENTH TEAR LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 20, 1916. Hand Us That $. A GOOD SPELLER Master Gale Doty was perfect In spelling last month and, in fact, has only missed two words in spelling sinre HUMBKR 3. EASTER SERVICES AT METHODIST CHURCH, Fishing Tackle Wc hnvo the larj?- cst line ever shown in Lancaster, Ky. Monday (a "TAG DAY,' Wear a Tap; and n smile next Mon dayi All kind' of aeed potatoes, onion acta ana garden seed, at W. II. Hall a. For Easter a box nf Cranes stylish stationery at Stormos. Wear a tag Monday which will show you have helwd your home town. "f GOING FISHING? roohen. And you can't nlloril la lika any chances on poor Tackle. In the Ulna CaMlnR ennrfa you Iiava thn veir llnett produced, anil ft n reasonnMe. price reasonable, quality considered. Whether roda, reU, llna or mlnnuwa, iho Ultru Caning la aallsly Ihnllnalhal vtll uhclly you at vou thai will PH lull ''lhat dmIuI moment." Ymj don't For Kastcr a box of Cranes stvlisli stationery nt Stormes. Show your loyalty to Lancaster Mon day by wearing a tag which means, "1 helped." Lime, sand, cement, wood fibre rock screenings, brick, etc, forsalo by Hudson, Hughes and Karnau. IB Easter Services by the Sunday School Gale will be held at the Methidlst Church bunday morning at eleven o'clock. Everybody cordially invited. Offering LOOK AT YOUR LABEL. will be taken for the Helgium sufferers. hverything thnt goes into the mak Walton E. Moss, Sunt. ing of n newspaper hns doubled in price In the last few months. And yet the BASE BALL GAME poor, doodle wlttcd newspaper man goes on charging the same old price for THURSDAY APRIL 27TH his paper. It haa been said that a kind The fast colored Ilnt.Ilall 'team of Providence watches over imbeciles, but for fear the saying won't hold good in Lancaster, will ploy the . Frankfort our case, suppose you consult the print- Colored team at the local park' In Mid ed label on the margin of this paper; dlesboro, on Thursday April 27th., find out how much you owe us and send Everybody go out and support b!s col it in by return mail. ored team as they deserve much credit, This is one of the fastest colored teams In the State. Xmas. We would like tn employ as a Itecord.ofl1ce dictionary. 1 THE UNIVERSAL CAR a WALSMOMLINSON. S Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. The largest line of Fishing Tackle and Miss Minnie Walsh and Mr. Harry Ilase Hall goods ever shown in Lnncas Tomllnson were married at the home ter at Conn llros. of the bride In Covington, Saturday morning, at eleven o'clock. It was a Car load Southern Whippoorwill Cow very quiet home wedding only the Im real now in. Highest test. mediate family being present. Hudson, Hughes and Karnau, The bride Is well and favorably known Gas kdmlnistercd for extracting teeth here, she is n musician of ability and possesses a charming personality which M. S. Hatfield, Dentist, will make her a pleasant acquisition to Lancaster. Ky. uincasier society. Mr. Tomlinson is a member of the Cremo Dairy Feed will make our grocery firm of Davidson and Ton.lin cows gio more milk. Hudson, Hughes and parnau. son, a capable, energetic young bus! ness man and in every way worthy of ron oai.e Knnge, gootl as new, some the bride he has won. After n short nice furniture and lot of garden tools. trip they will be at home to their Mrs. Naomi Hamilton. friends on Richmond street. Lincoln I'lize Seed Corn yields enor mously in cum and jdlage. Forsale only by Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Dr. J. M. Casey who recently moved to Danville, will be at W. II. llurton's stables next Monday, county court day, A pleasant smile and u tag will be worn by every one next Monday. You can't help but think bow beautiful tht Fork will look. HORSE SHOW DAY NEXT MONDAY Next Monday will be county court day and "Hoso Show" day and should bring out one of the largest crowds seen here tor many courts. From the number of stalls thut have been engag ed, it looks ns though some high class horses will be on exhibition. Some of the best horses in the state are owned in Garrard eounty. all of which will be here, beside many from adjoining coun ties. COLORED There is only one reason why Ford Cars ore demanded by over half the car buyers in this country. They are better cars. The Ford has demonstrated its superiority by all the tests of time, in every kind of use. The demand is greater because the value is great. Better buy yours NOW! Runabout S390; Touring Car S440; Coupelet 590; Town Car $6M0; Sedan $740. AH prices f. o b. Detroit. On sale at HASELDEN BROTHERS. SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT ill TO OIL STREETS. circulated asking subscriptions for oiling the streets, The city will pay half the expenses. the other half must be made up by pri vate subscription. It behooves every one to uid this cause and remember both sides of the street receive the benefit of the oil and the expense should be equally divided. Dust is not only uncleanly but it is dangerous. As it shifts about the street in mil lions of particles, does not seem to have a very harmful appearance. Yet when you go to looking into the nature of it this same dust takes on a far uillerenl aspect. What makes up dust? A little of everything is one answer, and one that comes pretty near to the truth, taped-allthat dust found about the streets of a city. Dust in rooms is often nuite na for p A paper is being UM& Vt tcj fcji Fire Next Doar , but m The bill making the Lincoln memur ial farm, near Hodgehville, Ky, a nationa! park, waa passed by the lower branch of Congress without a dissent ing voice. No advance in price of rubber tires, lie careful In having rubber tires put on your vehicle as the market is flooded Commencement Exer cises of the Lancaster Colored School, at Romans Opera House, April 26, and 27. The exercises will begin promptly at 8 o'clock. Itev. O. E. Jones,. D. D.( Lexington will deliver the address, Admission first night, l&cts;. second night 25cts., reserved seats 35cts, Special seats reserved for white people The five graduates are: Willie lily the, Leo Wythe, Zella Caldwell, Lenna Mae Moran, Nannie Doty; Reserved seats on sale at Will Johnsons shoe shop- "CLEAN-UP" The annual HaasN Ull WEEK Yow Koof Safe I 1 I Not How Cheap How Good. POSTPONED TILL MAY. The City Council and the Woman' Club have decided to postpone the Spring Clean-Uweek till May, on ac count of the continued cold weather making it uncomfortable to work out doors. to have thein the history of Lancaster. The city will probably be districted and the city wagons will 48 visit each district on different days, I! Tin cans and all trash that can not beburned will be carted away free. Will YOU do your part? Begin raking-anburning NOW. moat thorough clean-u- p To tell the truth we don't like the words "cheap groceries." We much prefer to deal in the highest qualities obtainable. Because reduced prices ALWAYS stand- - for reduced values. It is inevitable. Business is so regulated that it cannot be any other way. So we talk high qualities month in and month out, and we sell accordingly. No waste of materials Constant Satisfaction-M- ost healthful eatables Those are reasons enough. I I I 4V roof, but "u buildinR wi;h ' em't prevent sparks and J-- M flyim; brands from lighting on your can prevent them setting firo to it by roofmz your with Inferior grades. from W. J. Get the best Itomans. Asbestos Roofings J-- Cxamined and approved hy the Underwrite, laboratories under tlia direction of tho National Doard of Firo Underwriters they aro weather-proo- f These roofinfii ore ret only and timedi'fyin. Wo handle them because they last so long and Roof you can Rive trash ijood service. When you have a register it with the makers place it in care of J-- Roof Registration rag, J-- Roofing Responiibility J-- Wc can show Roof. you t'.ifit it pays to make your roof n Come in and' let us tell you. Registered. ft. fi Bastin & Son. BUGGIES. The best and cheapest on the market. All kinds or HARNESS. Perfect Satisfaction. ye will be glad to publish the at tendance of every Sunday school in the bidding. in an investigation or dust one in county, if the superintendent will for vestigator using platea three and one ward the number to us every Monday half inches irrdiameter found that in a. morning. large dry goods store in New York City The attendance at the different Sun VJ'J germs lodged on a plate, while in a day Schools last Sunday waa as follows. near-b- y street, where the snow had Christian Church, 324, been cleared away, the dust that settled Presbyterian church, &1, on the plate contained 5,810 germs.. Methodist church, 64, llaptist church, CO. MORE BOQUETS. At Hyattsvllle CS are recorded as at Editors J. E. Robinson and It. L. tending Sunday school while we have 49 at Herring school house, and yet Elkin put out a splendid booster edition two thirds of the people attended no of the Lancaster Kecord, last Friday. Uible school nctures of many prominent citizens and many ot the handsome buildings ot that thriving little city, adorned the COURT DAY DINNER. pages of the paper and added attracLadies Aid will serve court day din tiveness to the good reading matter. Harrodsburg Herald. ner at the Ilex Theatre. Don't fail to eat with the ladles. J. E. Ilobinson, the editor, and It. L. Elkin, business manager, of that good MODISTE. newspaper. The Central Record, of Your patronage solicited. West Lancaster, have just issued an interesting anniversary num pioperty, Stanford street. Mrs. J. W. Aker. ber of The Record, which is now a third of a centuty old. Some famous men have been connected with The Record FOR SALE. in its day, including Judge M. Dawson A Singer Automatic Sewing Machine Hughes, his son, It. E. Hughes, now a in pyrfect condition and will sell cheap. Louisville "money devil", Louis Lan- dram, who is a devil of a different sort. Apply Ht Central Kecord office for and the editor of The Leader. Lexington Leader. , CALL FOR MASS MEETING attrac-tlve,and Exclusive Agent for Stones Cakes Silver Slice, Golden Sunbeam, Mephisto, I I 'aTaV Plans are being made Raisin and Creole Fruits. i it) JITNEY BUNS Received 1 Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday I afternoons. I I to WHY NOT BOOST OUR i ft Theo DtZZJC 3C Currey. DC TOWN? i 1Z The exemplary boosting campaign as carried out by the business men of Kroxvillein their visitation' of more e towns in four days in than their special train only demonstrates what men can do when they get together. It is hoped that every town in their itinerary, and especially our town, may take on new life and enthusiasm and get together us they have never before. We must be able to see the good that is in our town, the possibilities that lav before us, and get the Iutbit ot pulling together. It is certainly gratifying to note the improvement within tiie past year in Lancaster in this tvspect. Keep it up. Boost l.an- -' caster. forty-thre- Garrard Milling Co. Salt, Lime, Coal, Sand, Cement, i3 Era c Stone, Hay, TO trra OLD HICKORY WAGONS o interested in the Hates am asked to meet in the Court House, Friday niglit, April 21st. Honor Rolls Important meeting. Everybody come, All persona Tele-bon- SCHOOLJOTES. Of W tra rt to f--' - 33 Era Oats, Corn, Straw, Mill Feed. SUNDAY-SCHOO- L The Lancaster Graded Is The Leading Factor In Cknrch Today. Wotk all welcome. School. Brick.. The Committee. DANVILLE Runs lighter and Lasts Longest. MINSTRELS. WIRE FENCE. When put up it stays up. The Danvillo Homo Minstrels which gave such a succetsful exhibition in that town u few nights ago will appear at the Lancaster Opera House tonight. The troupe is composed of excellent gentlemen and ull are II rat class enter- Allene Thomas, Rebecca Siler, Sallie tainers. A good crowd should greet 11. Walker. Admission IS and 23 them Robert Caueer, Lillian ttoyle, Leoncents. ard Aldridge, Nancy Manuel, Juanita Dunn, Lizzie Young. s I) ration. Nellie Second Grade;-Su- e Potf, Gracie Pollaid, Cecil Sanders, Clayton Walker. Third Gradei-Cecl- l Uatson, Mildred IJeailey, Homer Carrier, Julian Elliott, V. A. Lear, Garrett Montgomery, Shirley Pollitt. Margie Montgomery, Eugenia Dun-tuArdella Turner, Elizabeth Hagan, Stoves and Ranges. They can't be beat for cooking and lasting. TEST SEED CORN. PLOWS That Satisfy. Best Roofing, Faints and Oils, pure Linseed not Cotton Seed U you would Improve your corn you must select and breed it as carefully as your livo stock. The old habit of picking the seed corn from the crib at planting time never helps a fellow buy an automobile. Let's resolve on hav ing an test plot for at least 10 tars 100 is the right size after you get real interested In this thing. ear-ro- ' SPEAKING OF MONEY. W. J. ROMANS. A Lancaster, Vv aVaBaaaaaaaBaEaaBBaBaaaBIa A wagon load of hemp brought to Hudson, Hughes and Furnau last Fri day; by Mr. V. A. Lear realized this y gentleman the total sum of $G48. and it was not a very good day for hauling n harap either. Mr. Lear has recently HONORABLE MENTION. his crop to the above firm for 13 sold 11th Grade;-Georgl- a Moss, Annie cents a pound and If h,e is fortunate Powell. enough to have many loads like the one 10th Gradej ltuth Carrier, Gladys While in town Monday, get your Seed we have just mentioned he hat struck Frlibie, Wilms Henry, Mary Lee Lear. Sweet Potatoes and Garden Seed at a veritable gold mine. 9th Gradej-liernic- e Champ. D. White Manse's. h Fifth Howard, Minnie Jennings, Paul Morrow, Anna Lee Polf, Ruth Taylor. Sixth Grade;-Judit- h Daniels, Anna Faye King. n Make, Henry Seventh Moore, Eugene Cochran, Martha Ward Sweeney. e Eighth llurnside, r.nsna carrier, iiimun csies, reuiu Farmer, SteUa Henry, Thelma Hamilton, Earl Jennings, Vivian Prayther, Christine Pollitt, Mitchell Tinder. Davis, IJowinan Ninth Grade:-MarGrant, Clayton Morrow, Nell Itlgsby, George Swinebroad. Qwsley, James Tenth Grade;-MarSiler. Holtzclaw. Twelfth Grado;-JohGrade;-UeulaGrace;-ViviaGrade;-Josephiny There are some Christian people, per haps many more than wo aro accustom ed to think, who. In theirsecret thought if not in word, minimize the power and influence of the Sunday-schoupon the lives of those who attend them. This is due In large measure to the fact that critics do not attend regularly any and do not require or encourage the attendance of their children and the benefits of it are neither within their experience or observation. They presume to judge within acquaintance with the facts. In no department of Christian activity has there been more enlargement, or more Intelligent and discriminative improvement in methods of work, in selection and preparation of teachers, and i.i the tools to be used, including architecture, than in the modern, It has become the greatest and must produc tive Held of for every local church. It is the field "white unto tho harvest" right at our abundant and glorious in promise, and Is reaped nt a minimum expense of labor, lime and money. Sunday, May 7 has been designated as a Statu Wide "Go To Sunday School Day", and we hope Lancaster will show Make your up well on this occasion. plans now to be there. Sunday-school, Sunday-school. mission-evangelisdoor-ste- We buy and sell these items and solicit your business. Garrard Milling Company hizzh 3L DC DC U ii in HEMP SEED WANTED. Will contract for cultivated Hemp Seed, for fall delivery Can furnish Seed for planting. A. M. SHELY Hotel Kengarlan or F. p. MARKSBURY. - - The Central Record, Thursday April 20, 1916. GOVERNMENT We WHITEWASH. TllltCO FERTILIZE Two Per Gent Potash. Costs Today $32.00 ' lve Mow Iho formula for roV' ernmtnt whitewash. We believe this should bo published nl lens', onco ench year to encourage its use on lh farm, Thli la the sea. on whenatnblvs, cellar, frncea anil other alru'.'lurva ahuuhl be white washed. Taint la usually expert' alve, hence the demand for a aervlcc I able whitewash that can tin ueil as atibstltute. Colnrlnir mnttvr may bo aildei! If the user an desires. Take .linlf n bushel of unslncked lime, alack New Line of Up-To-Da- te BUG GIES AND ALSO Frazier Eoad Carts warm water, cover It during the process to keep in the slenmj strain the liquid through n fine levi or strain er; add n peck of salt previously dis solved in warm water; three pounds of ground rice boiled to a thin paste and stirred in bailing hot; half pound of powdered Spanish whitinK and n pound of glue which has been previously dis solved over a alow lire. Add five (jnl- lona of hot water to the mixture, atir well and let it atand for a few days, covered to keep out thti dirt, atraln carefully and apply hot. Irt s 9tfv v PAINT LICK Mrs. Lewis Gnyn spent Saturday in Klchmond. Missea Traynor and Cot t of Itichmond were guesta of fi lends on Friday night Genuine Kanawha salt does not har den in the liairel. Hudson. Hughes and at prices right. TIRES. We handle See US;in regard to putting on your RUBBER nothing but the best grade of rubber BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRYANTS VILLE, Ky. Farnau. Per Ton Wholesale. $30.00 Ton. 0 Mesdamcs Tom Logsden and George Todd were shopping in Itichmond th Our Stock While it Lasts at Tell us your wants and don't be mislead by low grad e fertilizer. Also Corn Fertilizer on hand. H ervey Paint CARTERS VILLE. . Lrick, w oods Kentucky. expect to make their hone. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pennington and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hoop last Sunday. Creme Dairy Feed will make your cows give more milk. Hudson, Hughes & Farnnu. Mrs. C. S. Hoop visited her sisters, Mrs. S. T. Dawson, at Kirksville and Mrs. Annie B. Hoop at Silver Creek. past week. Miss Chastine Itucker and Mrs. ( M. Treadway were visitors In Itichmond on Friday. Mrs. II. M. Lear is the gueat of Mr, and Mrs IEeid Lear and family in Mid' dlesboro Mr. James Itucker motored over f 10m Lexington Sunday and spent the day with the homo folks. A number of young people motored out from Lancaster for the entertain ment Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Arhuckle, of Kirksville. were here for the musical entertainment on Friday evening. Mrs. Fannie Walker of Lancaster and Mrs. Joseph Calloway of Sinllhfield, arc guests of relatives In this vicinity. Itev. C. S. Kills, Stephen Todd and James Harve Italston attended the II. Y. I'. If. Convention In Ixmisville the Drive It Into the Barn vc told you, a Low Cloverleaf gives the manure a double beating. It also spreads manure eight feet wide or better. But the vonderfu! thing is that it dges this from a box only 45 inches wide. The spreader itself is AS for $72.00. Mrs. E. B. Whitted was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Eliza Conn at the week's end. Mrs. Lena Turner was the guest ofj her daughter, Mrs. I.ily Clark at the week's end. Mr. Harlin Ward and wife left last Monday for Owsley county where they Mrs. J. H. Davis was the guest of Mrs. S. M. Davis, last week, Mr. 'and Mrs. BlufTard Jennings are tho proud parents over the arrival of a fine boy. Mr. J. L. Gabbard purchased a fine cow at the George Carters heir's sale past week. Misses Sharp, l'ark and Kerry, if Union City, were the guests of Mr. G. L. Waterbury for the entertainment on Mrs. G. F. Jennings was railed to Friday evening. the bedside of her daughter, Mrs. Hoy Mesdames George Conn, Ilettie Adams who was very aick last week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom l'en, Mrs. Lena Griggs, Tom Ixigsdtn, George Todd and t Centers attended the funeral of Turner and Li'y ClarK were tho guests of J. T, Allen and family last Sunday. Mrs. Serena Ogg at Ueren Tueiday. Mr. Lewis Trutcher and Miss Ora Miss Kate Ely has returned from Lake and Mr. Jesse Calico and Miss Indianapolis where she went with Mrs. Martha Carter were tho pleasant guests Mattie Itout, who is undergoing treatMiss Susie Davia last Sunday. of ment atone of the hospitals in thatcity. Misses Minnie Johnson and Elizabeth Ilrvant who have been teaching in the school here, left Saturday for their homes in Lancaster and Ilryantsville or the vacation season. Mis Johnson's many friends regret that she will net return this fall as ill health will prevent her teaching. The musical entertainment at the ' High school on Friday evening was given to a large and appreciative audi9 ence. Mr. Waterbury's songs in were much enjoyed, while too warm praise cannot bo given Misses Travnor and Gott for their beautiful vocal and instrumental numbers. 0. coi-tu- o narrow that it can be driven into any modern barn and loaded from the gutters. Only one handling of the manure for the quickest, best job of spreading you ever did. How docs that sound to you? If you have even begun to think about buying a spreader, see this Low Cloverleaf. You will say you never saw a better manure spreader. It won't take long to look it over. Your dealer has one set up for you to sec. International Harvester Company of America (bxr?.rttJ) Low ClovcrleAf spreader, are .old by Your East Qlothes Easter is recognized throughout the civilized world as Spring awakening. That means a clothes awakening an awakening to the realization that its time to discard the old and put on the new. Don't wait, however, 'till Easter Eve to buy your Easter Togs. Stocks are at their fullest now. Assortments are unbroken. Weaves, patterns and colors are here in vast collections. What better time than now to make your selection. r Haselden Bros., Lancaster, Ky. W&&&? f3f&f0tO(3& (Qf0y0':0v0'0'i0VG(70(5 0 EASTER COMES SUNDAY WEEK, April 23rd. We represent two large reliable florists and can supply beautiful flowers. Also Huylers Superb Chocolate and Bon lions and Cranes stylish boxed stationery. All these mnke npproprintc ami S3 VJ. GUNK'S CHAPEL. Miss Christine Davis has been ill. Mr. Frank Conn was here Sunday. Mrs. Tom Dalley has been ill for sev 0 3. . ?f Graco and Kelsington Spring Styles Were Never "Smarter." Among the many new materials are Soft Wor-stedfancy Stripes, Blue Serges, Cheviots, Flannels, Fancy Mixtures, Oxfords, Checks and Stripes. Suit styles are cut as conservative or as "smart as you choose. s, eral weeks. George, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kurtz was ill last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson were In Lexington Tuesday. Mr. A. C. Miles who has been ill is able to be out again. Mr. Georga Calico and aistvr, Miss May me, were in Lancaster Friday. Mr. Morris Calico of Jessamine coun ty was visiting here a part of last week Dr. How of Ijouisville preached at Liberty Ilaptist church Sunday after noon. Mr. Wheder of Hicholasville, wan 0 a: ' tiireciutetl Easter jjifts. '0 a 0 Stormes Drug Store. .'yo'fovov Draw ft 8 . . :. 0:':00(Y, i''co)0).yi:0j);;i)M0'0! Check for tlio money you ov e mul note how much more hero last week, taking orders for tomb stones. MibS Mucv Walton of Marksbury is here tho guest of her sister Mrs. Ed Dalley. your creditors N- - re- Her 111 ' fflltliatla. Cerrnifr i,it . 6Utn$:to.t - (fall yv' j ill y V3 rjfh k I W Jesse and Leslie, the little sons of Mr, and Mrs Wesley Simpson have been the past week, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitaker visit-- 1 ed her parents Mr. and Mrs, Tom Dailey, Sunday, l M Tliini!ianti I)i.vla mul Mrs. Nora Teatcr wero in Lancaster on UzT cord you. They like to do businoss with a mnn who has nn nccount nt the Garrard Rant A Tr.,.1 I r Tlicv They know he U iloini; LudIiicss In a hunlreas Ilka way. open such an account even If your niralri are not large. will crow all right. IletU--r Custom Made Suits Our tailoring Department is a busy spot these days, New woolens arriving daily, every new weave and shade that is good. Leave your order ut once, we guarantee your suit will lie ready Easier morn. tion here. Charges prepuiil on all orders and satisfaction guaranteed. hoy's better clothes a striking feature of this store. This department Is ready as never beforo to outfit tho youngster from "Head to Foot." Mall orders receive expert atten Furnishings, Hats AND SHOES. The smartest of stvics in nil lines to .J ) The Garrard Bank & Trust Company irrrBynrnTTrrimfflTrawiiniriTw t complete the Easter outfit. Notice our window display of Easter Furnishings. business triday. Dr. How and Itev. D. F. Sebastian wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles, Sunday nigh'. Miss Thelma Simpson was vikitiiig her grandmother, Mrs. Drew Divis Tuesday and Wednesday, fiior-mous- ly 'Lincoln I'rize Seed corn yield In corn and feilage. Fur leoi.lv by Hudson, Hughes and Farnuu. la V RIGNEY Director anil Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. GRAVES, COX & CO Incorporated. Funeral Lancaster, Outfiters to Men & Boys. LEXINGTON, KY. Quite a number from this rouiinuni y attended the ordination of Uev, D. i'. Sebastian at tho Iluptist church nt Cil ea'i Saturday April IS. Dr. How .f Louisville preached tliu ordination u r. mon, Itev, I'etty of Itlchrr.oid w is chairman of the council. Omce Phono 18. The Central Record, Thursday April 20 191 1. 3- EASTER Every Man and Boy in this county should have a New Suit for EASTER and we have them in all the New Weaves and Colors for Spring, at - 12.50, 15.00, 18.00, $20.00 SILK SHIRTS, STETSON HATS, FINE SHOES. GWTvMlI.rtSilufr tiMin Jas. W. Smith, COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. OAKHAM) CHiClUT COUHT. I). K. .Smith. t Hi. l'Ulntiirs. VS. T. G. Hates, County Court Days. Illchmond, 1st. Monday. 1'aris, 1st. Monday, Frankfort, 1st. Monday. HarrndaburK, lat- - Monday. Islington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford. 2nd.Mondny. Shclbyvillc, 2nd. Monday, Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mondef. 3rd. Monday N'icholaavlllc, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday, Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTKH. 4th. Monday Wincheater, 4th. Monday. Montlcello. 4th. Monday, Versailles. 4th. Monday. " Lancaster, Kv. orere o$ocooa TOLD IN LANCASTER. Jeff 2rcor SchosI Kt i n A 'M t It rnl t iriaiJ( mm Ja'J , Lsjut Kr. Law. yc oo ooc oo LOWELL Hamilton Valley. i The Womans Club LIMIIed lljThe WmnsnaClubi tHj OOsaal i ? aaa "t t QOOQ H) O Hy"A CUiOir PLSSEPAKER, Iv? Defendants. ct al. Pursuant tu a judgment rendered at the March Term, lull!, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction tu thv highest ami best bidder, before the Court House ilnor In ljuicmtrr, Ky, at II o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY, Al'KIL 21, 191fi, It being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term th leal estate and desnirnlionrd in tin! pleading follows: cribed In Garrard County. Kentucky, on the waters of Henderson llranch of I'amt Uck Creek and bounded a follows; lleginning at a point 7 feet N. K. of a large lynn tree at the end of Cemetry lane; thence with J. W. Wulker's line N Ml K 178.4 poles to a point i feet short of a mulberry; thence with J. V. Walker N hi W X1.4 poles to a ost in nld road; corner to John Duty's and J. II. Parks; thence with (aid Doty N 13 K Ct 1 (roles to a Kt in Doty 'a line, corner to K. C. McWhorter; thence a new line with said McWhorter S 7VJ K 70 poles to a thorn tree, corner to anid McWhorter: thence with aald McWhorter 8 131 K 12.U poles to a atone, corner to McWorter; atill with McWhorter S 33J K 39i olra to a atone, corner tc McWhorter, atill with McWhorter S m-- l K 4'J.C olea to a atone in center of road; thence with center of road S 134 K 29.1 polea to a Joint in center of road S 41 K 10. fi poles to a oint In center of road; thence S 31 K 24 9 poles to a point in center of road; thence S IS E 6.6 polea to a oint in center of road; thence with center of road S 4 K 6.2 poles to center of Kate at end of Cemetery lane; thence S 85J W 4 10 of a mlc to the Iwginning, containing acres. Heinn the name land conveyed to I). K. Smith nnd It. C. Faulkner by T J. Curd by deed dated May 6, 1912, and recorded In Denl Hook 2S, page C15, Garrard County Clrrk'a ollice and the same land conveyed by 1). K. Smith and It. C hauikncr to 1. U. Hates by. - and re- day of deed dated - page,i corded In Deed Hook ' Garrard County Clerk's olllce. of auid sale is to satisfy The iursi' the indebtedness of defendant amounting to fMOO.OO with interest thereon at six per cent per annum from October MM, 1914. until imid. subject to n credit nf i'.tl y.'i paid January I, 19K, and the , probable rout of this uctfon, amounting to about Jl.'i'. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. COURT. Every club member is asked to be present at the Inst meeting of the club this year, tomorrow afternoon. We will have an exhibition of I'uul Sawyier's pictures, kindly loaned by C. F. Hrower & Co. GAItltAItD CIUCUIT MONEY TO LOAN on Farm Lands F. CHAMP, Kentucky. in amounts of $2,500 and up. W. ti Citiiens National Hank. Lancaster, - 111)11 Tr.UMS. The property wjll be sold on n credit and twelve months and the of six will be required to execute bonds with unproved security, due in six and twelve months, respectively, and hearing Interest at the rate of six tier cent per annum from date until pntd, having the force and effect of n judgment up. on which execution may fue. itnvable to W, H. llrown. Master CommLsloner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and alien upon the prntiertv sold will lie until all the purchase money is paid. W. II. HltOWfJ. M. C. (i. 0. C. (1. II. Swinebrosil, Att'y. er Circuit Court, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder before the Court House door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock a. m. or there abouts on MONDAY, AI'ItIL 21. 191G, it being tho first day of the April term of the Garrard County Court the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described in the judgment as follows: In Garrard County, Kentucky, In the city of Lancaster in what la known as length of time with every citizen of llaker'a Addition being a portion of lot Lancaster working diligently to get the No. 4. and bounded as follows; Ueginning at a stake in Totten Aven- refuse accumulated during the winter ue at the corner of the Unitarian Bap- cleared up and hauled away. The undertaking Is not child's play tist Church lot; thence East 30 feet to a atakt in Sallie Mavfield's line; thence and to be carried on successfully it South with Sallie Mayfleld'a line to must be done through thorough organi-latio- n Kice lliatt; thence West with Hiatt'a and tho Club must have line to the Baptist Church lot; thence of every person in Lancaster. North with this line to the beginning, 82 feet. containing 30 by There must not be anything left on any The purposes for which this sale Is of the premises that would serve in any made are not stated in the judgment. way to make the cleaning incomplete. TERMS. Monday, May first, the work will begin Said sale will be made on n credit of six months and the purchaser will be in earnest and the people must get berequired to cxecutu bond with approved hind the movement with zeal and earsecurity, due in six months from date nestness. The city has pledged its of sale, said bond bearing interest at to tho movement and will furthe rate of six percent per annum from supiort date until paid having the force and nish all tho assistance necessary for effect of u judgment upon which execu- the removal of the refuse ns it is gathtion may issue if not paid at maturity. ered up from the premises and put in u Said bond will be made pavahle tn W. convenient pluce to be removed to the II, llrown, as Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court nnd n lien dumping pile. Let everybody boost for a clean Lanwill be reserved upon the land sold to secure the payment nf said bond, caster this spring. Owing to thu cold W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. weather the cleuning was postponed It. II. Tomlinson. Att'y. and also until all hogs were out of the town limits. W. II. Johnson, Adm'r, et al, l'llfa. VS. Owen Gllliipie, ct al, Defts. I'ursuant to a judgment rendered at the. March Term. 191C, of thu Garrard The Civic Department of the Womans Club has decided upon next Monday April 21th as "Tag Day." The receipts of tag day will he used to beautify the park, plant (lower beds ar.d shrubs and what is left will start n fund, for a fountain. Every cent obtained Monday will be used in your town and where licved." you will sec it, so help the women. A NO TROUBLE SINCE. pretty girl will sell you a tag and, of Over three years later, Mrs. Turn-phre- y course, you will give willingly, cheersaid; "I havent had any kidney fully and smilingly to such a girl and trouble since I used Doan's Kidney I'ills for such a cause. with such great benefit." A-Trice COc at all dealers. Don't simremedy get Doans Tho Lancaster Women's Civic Club is ply ask for a kidney Turn-phre- y planning for a great week the first Kidney Tills the same that Mrs. has twice publicly recommended. week in May. The occasion will he the Foster-Milbur- n Co., Trops. Buffalo, N. cleaning up of the town from one end Y. A week will be employed to the other. In the work and. It will take fully that DO YOU KNOW Mrs. Milford Lee visited relatives in Mr. J. I Hamilton was out here last Richmond Tuesday week on business. Relates An Experience Messrs. Simpson nnd Humes of Nina Miss Jeanie Wells was the guest of were visitors here Friday evening. Readers of the Record have been told Mrs Eva Wells, Friday. Mrs. Ithoda Wylie of liryantsville, again and again of the merits of that The farmers of this section are very visited her brother Mr. Joe Boain Sunreliable, time-prove- d kidney remedy busy preparing for farming. Doans Kidney I'ills. The experiences day. Mr. Raymond Cates and family were Miss Rosella Tincher is visiting her told arc not those of unknown persons, living far away. The cases are Lan- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lyttle sister Mrs. II. G. Smith this week. caster cases, told by Lancaster people. Sunday. Mr. J. T. Wells had the misfortune Mrs. J. W. I'utnphrey, Danville St., Flour in sacks and barrels. It Is to lose his tobacco barn last Thursday Lancaster, says; "I suffered a great guaranteed to please you. Hudson, night bv tire. deal from backache and couldn't sleep Hcghes and Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lamb were the well. On several occasions, my back Misses Ethel Mae Davis, Lena Led-for- d guests of Mr and Mrs. John Carter became so painful and weak that I was and Glatha Anglin spent Sunday last Sunday. unable to'do my housework. I got night with Miss Abble King. Doan's Kidney I'ills at It. E. Mcllob-ert- s Misses Brunette and Rena Hawley Miss Wylie and Messrs Halcomb and & Sons Drug Store and they help-a- d Wylie of liryantsville. and Misses Wil- were the guests of Mrs. Russel Singleme from the first. I was soon re-- , lie Mao and Geneva Boain motored to ton last Tuesday. A Resident Known To All Our Readers Wallaceton Sunday afternoon. Mr. S. C. Henderson has purchased a new automobile. He motored to Thursday to see his mother, Mrs J. It. Henderson, who with his aunt. Miss Sailie Adams accompanied him Lan-cast- Misses Hazel and Delia Brock were Sat- the guests of Miss Jeanie Wells, urday and Sunday. home. PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIP- Mr. and Mrs. Alford Rader are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine baby boy at their home. Mrs. Sidney Sparks and daughter Miss Louise, were the guests of Mrs. Turner Sparks last week. Messrs TION FOR RHEUMATISM. Green left last Business and professional men of large means who have taken expensive baths at famous resorts and have spent money lavishly to rid themselves of the tormenting agony of rheumatism have turned to Rheuma and got well. When Rheuma goes in, poisonous secretions go out. No opiates or narcotics are used. Rheuma drives out the cause of rheumatism and speedily brings comfort and health, and most druggists will admit It. Two bottles of Rheuma will cost you a dollar at R. E. McRoberts or any druggist, and if this purchase does not bring you the freedom from pain and misery you expected, your 'money is waiting for you. " Adv. THAT Plague is a disease of rodents? Malaria is spread by a special mosquito? House screening is a good disease preventive? Fingers, flies and food spread typhoid fever? Pellagra may bo prevented or cured by proper diet? The United States Public Health Service believes that the common towel spreads trachoma, a disease of the eye7 Children from sanitary homes advance more rapidly In school than.those from dirty premises? Indiana with the intention of locating there. , Mr. and Mrs. Turner Sparks were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stunnett, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Well were tho guests of her parents, Mr' and Mrs. James Dyehouse last Friday night. Mrs. Emily Kinnaird and daughter. Miss Dollye, were called to the bedside ot her mother, Mrs. J. T. Miller, of Kirksville. B. G. Smith week for and George HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE CARTHAGE WOMAN TELLS HAPPY STORY HAMMACK After Four Tears of Discouraging COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. HUNTERS TAKE In SipSiM GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Carrie Young, ct al, i'laintiirs, j NOTICE. This Agreement Witnesseth; That order to protect thu gaum on our lands fur n period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody elan to do so, niul we further agree to prosecute with diligence, all persons who violate, the game law. of Kentucky or trespass upon our land for the purpose, of hunting. Ann we further agree to net us Deputy Game Wardens fur the purpose of car- More Silo Fcr rying out this agreement. llxcept each of us have, the right to kill rabbits on our ."arms or permit it to bo done by another under our aujiervlston, or the Biiperviahi of some responsible and reliable person selected by us. This November ICth, 1916, J, E. Itoblnson, It. U Klkin, W. II. llrown. J no. M. l'urra, Alex Walker W. II. Hurton. T. A. Elkln. Huaclden Hros., l M. Tinder, J. II Daltnn, iAigan Hubble, John II. Smith. Less Money Make no deal for a silo without getting our figures and fiiturrs. W ive more and belter anchorage, launcher door frame, Steel.hinged. four.latch door, Sleel alep Udder, atep every 19 inches. Better compara. live construction throughout. Get Our Prices Before You Buy Our d!rCt triipmtnl of sUvee and lis. arul emsUer trlling and optrttins mpibii ratsn mors uo lor mm money ihsa any etlo compssjr csa aivo you. Sure .l.N Itoss, Fialicr Herring, Hughes Urns, Withers Urns. G. M. Deshou, II. II. Cox. J. W, Sweeney, V. M. Mahaii, VS. Tiney Dawson, et nl. Defendants. I'ursuant to a judgment rendred at the March Term, 1910, thu undersigned Ccmntibxioner will ell al public auction to the highest unl best bidder, before tue iwourt limine Uoor in Lnncastcr, Ky,, ut U'o'clock, a. m. ur thereabouts on MONDAY. AI'ItIL 21. 1910. it being the first day of thu Garrard County Court Term the real estutu mentioned in the pleadings uud described as follows: In Garrard County, Kentucky, on the Hueuu Vista and Kings Mill turnpike road, und bounded as follows: No. S in tho Gosney Tract, Ueginning at u stake corner to No. 4, on thu North aide of thu road; thence with North aide of tho road S 78 W 1.00 chaint; tnence around the Snrinir N 16? K lb chains to North side of road; thence with road S 78 W 2.69 chains to a stone; thence 1C! W 19 chains to a stone cor ner to No. 4, Robertson; thence his line h lb ctialiu tu thu beginning, containing 2 acres I lie purposes for which this sale is mmlo are not stated in tho judgment. TERMS. The property will be sold on a credli of six und twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, due In six mu! twelve in.ntlis respectively, and bearing Interest at the rato uf six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may Issue, payable to or w. ii, urown. Master the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be retained unon tho nronertv sold until all the purchaso money la paid. W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. e Z,r William, Marcus and Jim White. II. l Wllmot. J. D. l'ope, Mrs. David Chenault, Fnd J. Conn, W. It. Cook, J, iV. Klmore, Huffman Ilros, T. C. Itankln, Wm. G, Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. 11. Moas T. M. Arnold, Jr. Jno. M. White, It. R Henry. A. D Ilradshaw, llriglit Herring, It. L. Darker. with uiaree ue prw it KENTUCKY SILO CO. W. 1. Kincald, Mgr. Stanford, Ky. a "Tho American garbage can I the in all tho world," declared Senator fc'moot in tho Senate, Injecting into the discussion on preparedness a plea for preparedness for good housekeeping and better homes. Sena, tor Smoot urged action on his bill for increased appropriations for home economies, "to prepare the girls and mothers uf thu country for their life duties". "If 1 had n dozen daughters, and was nblu to give each uf them a million dollars the day of their marriage, I would still want each to know how to cook nnd make her own clothes, and, in fact, bu a superior housekeeper", said thu Senator. "I cannot understand why girls of the woiking classes urn ashamed to confess and ruther-pridthemselves up- on their ignorance of the simplest for m of cooking. Then, after marriage, they bewail their fate if their husbands, tormented by dyspepsia, seek relief ul the restaurant or. In many cases, in strong drink. "It is u crime and Is wicked In the sight of God tu have thu products of the farm made next to useless by poor cooking. Tens of thousands of homes ate ruined by helpless and Ignorant housekeepers, and the American can Is the fattest in thu world." In n short investigation, thu Senator said, he found domestic science wus not taught in any one of six nationally known colleges for women, which ho named. "And In nearly all of these schools," said he, "four years of preparatory Latin ure )osItIvely required. This simply means that our leuding schools for girls da not teach thu one thing that, every girl should be taught, namely, how to manage a home, I am an advocate of highest education possible for women, but I do believe no woman's education Is compluto until she knows ha w and could, if required, manage a noma successfully." fattest "I retard to derful stomach remedy that I took last September. I feel better than I have In live years. "My weight was 1274 nounds: now It Is 117 and 1 can ent anything I want. I sleep well at night. I would linvo written before, but 1 wanted to too how I got along." Mayr's Wonderful Remedv elves Dor. tuunent results for stomach, liver and intestinal ullmcnts. Eat ns much and nuuicver you iikc. co mora uistress after eating, prcssuro of gas In tho and around tho heart. Getono bottlo of your druggist now and try It on an absolute guarantee It not satisfactory money will bo returned. For sale by It. E. McRoberts and all other reliable druggists. Mr. Geo Lavvson visited his son Will, Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Cava at this place Iatt week. Husband Up in Despair. Mrs. Laura Duko of Carthage. Tenn.. ; The stork visited Mr. und Mrs. W. H Came to Rescue. a victim of stomach disorders for Furr and left them a little girl. lovcral years. Sho lost appetite nn4 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ball visited Mr. her weight fell off. Sho could not rest Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter at night. 'John Ueazley and wile lust week. from this place, Mrs. Bettic Bullock She took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy Misses Willie Mao Calico and Eddie writes as follows : "I suffered for four Just n few doses and found herself years, with womanly troubles, and during , Faulkner visited MissOlliellallSunday. restored, Mr. Will Lawson's littlu girl fell in a this time, I could only sit up (or a little In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery was to rapid sho was afraid that It could kettle of hot water and was burned while, and could not walk anywhere at bo only temporary. So sho waited right bad. all. At times, I would have severe pains from September, when sho took tho Cremo Dairy Feed will make your In my lttt side. remedy, until the following February The doctor was called in, and his treat to pass Judgment. Then sho wrote: cows givu more milk. Hudson, Hughes ment relieved me for a while, but I was your won- uud Farnau. wrlto you In gar-bug- u Mr. Corb Manuel has moved to his ,hat nothi seemcd ,0 do me M new house built on his farm he naught , lai, Men M WMk , could notstan(1( near this place. and gave up , desp3i(.f Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hammons are re- At last, my husband got me a bottle ol joicing over a fine boy tho stork left Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I com-the- m last week. menced taking It. From the very first . Mr. James I'arsons and familv. Mr. dose, I Could tell it was helping me. I Arch Miller and family visited Mrs K. .can now walk two miles without Its tirinc me. and am doing mv work." F. Parsons, Sunday, . 1 1 ...... n,l II )UM n.A !! nin uwnil f.n... nuiliauiy aiw lull .In., iiuiii ,.,.m.HtM Mr. Gteen Sutton and Miss Nellie lleuzley weru visiting Mr. nd Mrs. E. Cardui, the woman's tonic. It lias helped G. Hammuck Sunday. su more tr.an a million women, in its .... .i i Mr. C. W. Graves got crippled right ."i,.S',""""cV"i "V"'.,1"" T W bad in his ankle by a horse running sold Cardui for years. He knows what against a post nr something. it will do. Ask him. He will recomBegin taking Cardui today. Mr. Luther McQuerrv got his leg mend it. Writs to: Chitianooga Mrdtcliu Co.. Um broVen last week by a mule running AJvtiory Dept.. ChatUnaugi. Tcnn., for jS ferial ageinst a gate post with him, but is ImtructiottM on our c buok, Horn n4 64p THESE LOOK GOOD. rppr. E&6-TiMtawM tot Wooien." mqI la pUla getting along fairly well. I'aved streets kept clean and in re E.'G. Hammack has bought Chester pair, Hammons Interest in the black smith houses and residences kept Busineis shop at this pluce. Hammons has rentneatly painted. ed a shop at Hyattsville. Roads gradtd and no "duck ponds" allowed to form. Front yards with concrete walks, (lower beds, and vacant spots seeded and frequently mown. Back yards so clean they compel admiration. School yards sanitary und with ade quate playgrounds for children. Store windows with neat displays of goods and u spirit of thrift In evidence. Churches well filled on Sundays. No street cornel loafers and bums. A strong splilt of civic pride. Everybody hustling for himself and boosting for his town. These' are good signs push them along. Professor Redd (No. 139058) A FEW DROPS OF BOURDON In I will stand this registered short horn bull at my place near Point Lcavell, POULTRY CURE ths drlollne water Hens Makes Uj At $2.00 Gash. This handsome animal Is by Polled Ktnfi. .17739G. dam My Bridal Rose 1639C8. Amazingly poultry book I0UU01KUC8TCI. Curwt Koup, Cold, Cholera, Llmtwnieck Invent bkk ucst. Oq 50o bottl) nukes 11 At drug VftUoDS ol metllclo. ffiftUorbyutllpoitpftU. Vtla-t- t (rc. Ltxlfittos,lf. J. W. HILL. pd. Sold bj J. R. MottAi; Son & Co. The Central Record, Thursday. April 20 1916. THECENTRAL 8SUED WEEKLY. RecorO, A C. W. B. M. MARKET,. ilNDOOR WORKER ! I! INCORPORATED. $1.00 YEAR. J. R.L Entered Member M E. ROBINSON. EorroR. Mtfr. ELKIN. Lncnl Editor and the three divisions ot the C. W. H. i in HA WlWADDrn M. will have an Kastor market Sat 10 llilliUlWU 1 UV utilay. April 22nd., In Ilaselden' win- Office Men Often Pay Penally 01 Indoor! dow. the C.VW. U M. ladies do Grind. your Easter cooking. It i tin foil OfllcJ In HecondCliM Mali Uncuttr, Kf.. Mttcr. SEBASTIAN Mr. GeorRe W Sebastian died at his homo near Teatersvllle, on April 1st, after three weeks Illness, ot a com pi i He was In his 81th entlon cf diseases. year, was a member of Iluckeye church and a member of the Kirkavillc Masonic Lodge. Ho leaves Ave children and n wife to mourn his loss. Mr. Sebastian was one of the oldrst Wo can't all be devotees of the great nnd so the office men and women too often pay the penalty of the hll-ila- v Kentucky I'ress Association nt Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster. Kj., April 20. 1916 Rates For Political Announcements COO citizens of the countvandltiswithdeep For Precinct and Citv Ulflles 10.00 regret that we chronicle his passing Vnr Countv Offices n,l ni.trlet Offices.... 1B.00 way. lleing n devout member of his 10 local church ha lived n long Christian For Calls, per line Peace to his ashes. 10 Cards, per line For For all publications In the Inter- Bradshaw's Mill. est of Individuals or expres sion of individual views, per t in i Miss Mattie Morgan has returned n - IIUIIIC niict .. tunc IUUUUI3 visit in il. n Obituaries, per Galrard and llovle. Miss Jewel Prt witt was the attrac- We are authorized to announce Miss week-enguest of Misses Viola Hlggins a candidate for County live Jennie o.,..,lnton,lnt nf nnrmnl Creech and Linda Sanders. ...... ill UUI ijuIiiiiiii.i.ii. Little Kveritt, the son of Mr. and County, subject to the action of the Mrs. Milo l'rewitt lias been very ill, Democratic primary August 1917. but Is now thought to be out of dancer. ,. . f vveareauinorizeuiannuui.- -. w. Xherevva, considerable disturbance Bogie, as a candidate lor me uemoc Bt eech Gr))Ve ,ch0(( houg( Snur(lay Court njRnL Wlie U(JV ,jsjri wog hoM,n, ratic nomination for County Clerk, primary to be held August1917. rt.11);io0!, ff rvice 8omo roW(ies from w. nnnnnnm InB Madison county, who had evidently ..,ti,,L.,! come with the intention of breaking up Hamilton as a candidate for County n tnCllnnl flio nnpTiilrnl me e ick suitewjru "I uuiii bo. Ot.e young man wnt so far as to come into term of J. W. Hamilton. Subject to the house with an operi knife and was the action of the Democratic primary cutting right and left Jinking his way August 191G. thru the congregation to the pulpit when he was ciught and taken out. The disturbance lias caused quite a bit .UP TO GERMANY The goad people of the comV.tA.Jr Prost'ilon Wilcnn l.lM the of talk. think the culprits should not beCongress. The rnunlty submarine case before llowed to do the like again, and by the President spoke the last words of the they get thru with this they will United States.to Germany In the grave time probably learn to stay away from situation which has kept the two nawhen they are intoxicated. tions on the "qui vine" for a year. church Some developments, vet undisclosed, Optlmlstle Thought. together with these facts followed :.tcrest blinds some persons and quickly. others. A note, America's last word, prac tically an ultimatum and demandiug an Hard on the Baby. immediate reply, presumably was in T? Mrs. Flatbush "Usee a new safety .1 Varltm HfTioa Aft tUa TV..U- has two Grips which seem to make ident was speaking. It was dispatched r'n It proof against dislodgement." Mrs. : ...iii, .i... i. i...,. , ,B.,v...-fc..Dcnsonhurst-'T- hat makes It very d ident's plan to have it before the ,he abjr happens to eyfMov man Government at the same moment ono doesn't jt j he was addressing the American Lon- gress. Irony of Fate. The President asked no action whatAfter years of hard and continuing ever of Congress. He simply informed work a man reaches the point whero it of the accumulations of facts prov- - he can afford to own an automobile, ing that Germany's assurances to the , only to And that In reaching It his United States are being violated; that! health has been so Impaired that his the submarine campaign, despite the doctor Insists he must walk, earnest protests of the United States, is being conducted with renewed vigor Shaping an Ideal. in contravention of all the lawa of "The Ideal Is In thyself; tho Imped!' nations and humanity, and that1 he mcnt, too, Is In thyself. Thy condimeans to sever relations unless it is tion Is but stuff thou art to shape that brought within the law. Diplomatic same Ideal out of. What matters it history of the world shows that SJch a whether such stuff bo of this sort or that, bo the form thou give be heroic.' course is almost certainjo be followed Carlyle. by war. The President's note and his address Ungrammatlcal. to Congress are final. They mark the Wo recently heard a remark by an end of diplomatic exchanges. A con- old Kentucky farmer which seems tinuance of the longstanding friendly worth entering for tho ungrammatlca. relations, the President made clear, de- sentence prize. To a visitor he observed: "Them three Miss Perkins is pends alone upon Germany's conduct. three of ns pretty a gal as ever I see." Boston Transcript. OF SENATOR MONTGOMERY t, ,. grind at the desk. There comes in many cases the slug Rishness that is bred of physlcnl In activity and the ailments that mark the Indoor man for their own, To say "I feel good all over" Is to speak the acme of content, and when this is supplemented by n steady, healthy increase In weight after a long period of suffering, the fortunate man usually" feels that he wants to share his good luck with the less foVtunato "other Garments is now at its very best. Immense assortments of Silk Suits.Wool Suits Silk Dresses, Shirt Waists, received Skirts and Coats-ju- st mid-seas- on Our stock of Ladies Ready-to-we- ar ' I n- " d 1 T 1- u- """"" n. Ger-ba- It is this spirit that prompt so many prominent business men In every com munity to endorse Tanlac. Tanlac as sists nature to throw olTdeprcsslon and in its place to stimulate the system, with the result that energy and vigor return. That "tired feeling" means a good deal more than W generally realized. It is one of the symptoms of a mure scr lous condi)ion. It Is not laziness, it is a ph)sicul ailment that needs correction before it takes a firm hold on you. The results of the Tanlac treatment are amazing. Tanlac tends to make tired out, listless persons sturdy and of real manhood and womanhood like.those but most sensible folks the pioneers. As a tonic? appetizer and invigorant. nothing ever has been discovered that will compare with Tanlac. It builds new tissues, vitalizes the blood, and acts sd favorably on ailments of the stomach, liver and kidneys, and cntarr hal affections of the mucous membranes. Satisfied users of Tanlac have proven to be Tunlac's best advertisers. Men and women, from the highest to the lowest wbiks or me, everywhere are testifying daily to the relief Tanlac has brought tlfem. No other remedy has wen such endorsements, that can only come from superlative merits. Tanlac is being especially introduced in Lancaster! at K. E. Mcltoberts store whero the Tanlac Man is daily explain ing its merits and the resultr that may be expected from Its use. . Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby cities. Paint Lick, J. N. Metcalf ; Decker & Ballard; Little Hickman, Collier and Druner; Ilerea, S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Evans; Itichmond, 11. L, Perry & Son; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros ; Iiurgin, G. T. Schoolfield; Danville, John S. Wells; K. E. Mcltoberts. Lancaster, and W. C West, Silver Creek. KENTUCKY HOME COMING. Representatives of a number of com mumties of Central Kentucky went to Lexington last Thursday morning to hold a conference relative to the pro; posed Central Kentucky Home Coming Week. Among those present were Joseph Leopold, of Frankfort; C. C. Thomas, of Somerset; J. E. Stormes and R. L. Elkln, of Lancaster; J. S. Frazer, of Mt. Sterling, and J. L. Dalzell, of H. L. liurch represented Lex ington. The plan submitted in brief is for each of the Central Kentucky towns to make their own preparation for welcoming home the former residents of their community, and In addition, it Is proposed to Iiold a general celebration in Lexington with a program of several days with many attractive features. gotten up, , Invitations, handsomely will be prepared by Lexington's Board of Commerce, will bear the names of the towns which arrango for Home Coming celebrttions and will also contain the program of the Lexington attractions. Residents of all the communities interested will bo encouraged to send these Invitations to their friends who formerly lived in this section. In this way' it Is believed, that the number who will return to their own home towns will be greater than if each town Bent its Invitations separately, and it is also expected that a greater crowd will come to Lexington than If the Home Coming weeK were arranged without the cooperation of the other communities. At tho afternoon session the conference agreed upon a tentative plan which is to include the Eastern Kentucky as well aa tho Illuegras3 communities in the Home Coming weak and calling for a second conference. . At the suggestion of the members of the conference, the tentative dates of the Home Coming celebration was changed from June to August presumably at the time of the Uluegrass Fair here. Lexington was made the headquarters of the Home Coining movement and advertising matter and general plans foi the various town celebrations will becarried on by the Hoard of Commerce. Begin to think of former Lancastrians now, in eke out u list and see that they are invited personally to a Lancaster Home Coming, a. n About fifty entirely new style silk suits, trip to bought on our recent New York. These are in navy blue, Belgian blue, greens, nickel grey, blacks, old rose, browns, in all sizes from 16 to 46, at $19.75, $25., $35., $45., and $50. silk suits, most Also twelve very handsome three-piec- e of them made from imported silks no two alike in i rookie brown, nickel grey, navy, Belgian blue, old rose black and green, at $35. $87.50, $40., $45. and $50.00 The most extensive line of really high-clasilk dresses we have ever shown. Prices are from $15 on up at all prices to $65.00. These are well worth coming in to see, as it is seldom that you see such a display. ss than two hundred Crepe de Chene and Georgette Waists at all prices from $2.00 up, mostly at $3.75 and $6.00. Italian silk Sport Coats at $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 Hundreds of New Wool Tailored Suits in checks, and all wanted colors. We have by actual count more r Special values at $15.00, $19.75, $25.00 and $35.00. Hundreds of new Tailored wool suits in checks and plaids, and in solid tans, Belgian and navy blues, new greys and black very latest styles Just fresh from New York. Special values at $15.00, $19.75, $25.00 and $35.00. V A. B. BOBEETSON & BUO. THE STORE THAT SELLS WOOLTEX. DANVILLE, Luxuries. KENTUCKY.. Stella "An elopement Is cheaper than a wedding." Bella "And mar riago is cheaper than divorce." Good to Have Friends. Is a good thing for a man to have frlpnri. - If It wnrn not for frlendfl ... you would nover be aware of tho man)' times you havo made a fool ot your Cold Water Purifies Air. Placo a pitcher of cold water on the table. It will absorb the noxious gases. Few reallzo bow important this means FOR JCONGRESS. ot purification. In the course of a It is currently reported that Senator short time the air of tho room, will be Charles F. Montgomery of Casey will perfectly puro but tho water unfit for make announcement next week of his use. candidacy for the democratic nominaAchieving Fame or Fortune. tion for congress In this district in op"There Is no more common thought position to Congressman Harvey Helm. among young people than the foolish The contest will be settled at the Aug by and by something will ust Primary. Senator Montgomery has ono that by which they will suddenly turn up been representing the counties of Cas-- ! achtcvo fame or fortune. Things do ey, Lincoln, Boyle and Garrard in the not turn up In this world unless someKentucky senate for the last two sea- body turns them up." James A. sons of the Legislature und has made a very creditable record. He is an able lawyer and a high class man in every One on Pa. respect and has a large circle of friends My wlfo asked mo It a young man who would be happy to see him honored wo know was still keeping company, I with a young lady wo know also. I with a seat in the Federal Congress. said: "I guess tho only way he will over get her to stick to blm Is to use KNOXVILLE GRATEFUL FOR1 flypaper." My little boy said: "H that how you got mamma?" RECEPTION GIVEN THEM CASEY TO BE CANDIDATE It The Greatest 6ar IS THE self. Working Doth Ways. She "I don't see why you are always telling mo of tho biscuits your mother used to bake ." hie "Well, so far as that goes, I don't see why you aro always telling mo about the dollars lather used to make." Bargain of the Year Overland I 9 9 HERE Editor Central Record, Lancaster, Kentucky, ' Dear Sir:-- t We want to assure you that we sincerely uppreciutu the cordial which juu rendered and which as's sisted us so largely in making First Trade Trip into your territory a pronounced euccefis. Won't you please convey in your citizens our appreciation of the splendid reception accorded our party upon tho occasion of their visit to Lancaster? Our visit to your city will always remain fresh in the minds of encri Trade Triitr as one of the bright spot on what proved to be u brilliant trip from beginning to end. And we want your citizens to know that we do appreciate the cordial and hospitable treatment Knox-ville- , son was told to undress and go to bed without any toys, for he had been disobedient. Ills mother concluded, "It hurts me Just as badly as It does you when I. have to punish you." Son quickly replied: "All right, mamma, let's trado places.' Exchange. Offers to Trade. d ' PAINT isbyfartlicmost economical and best paint you can use. Simply aid one gallon of pure Linttti Oil to on palon of Pt Get Stmi Past ami you git two gallons of paint that Omnipotent. Harold was playing with a little companion, James, under a tall hickory tree. Said James, boastfully: "1 can climb that tree." "Huh, you can't, cither," replied Harold. "Yes, I can climb to the top," Insisted James. Then, Hashed back Harold, scornfully "Who do you think you aro anyway? Ood?" Exchange A 9 m taste Longest Looks Best This enables you to palot all your D 95.00 See, Write or Phone Not a Head for Figures. friend ot mine who was the proud boy, told mo father of a accorded us. tho following story: "My youngest son, With best wishes for the continued Warton, had been an attendant at prosperity of your enterprising com- Sunday school for more than two years, when ono Sunday afternoon he munity, ask lo remain, Cordially and sincerely yours, said to me (whoso head Is bald): 'Daddy, the Sunday school teacher J. Allen Smith, President. Knoxvllle Hoard of Commerce. says all tho batra ou our heads are P, S. Your public square would do numbered. Well, then, It seems to credit to a much larger city, Luncas-ter'- s no you haven't much of a bead for figures." And, ot course, tho father welcome mate u feel that we agreed. Exchange. were at home. Gee ScmUPatto Hoof and Ham I'alnt Is the belt protection afalatt dcitructioa and dcy. at lowett cott. l'ee DERUNA Jl A STAMAM FAMILY KMCDY Atk For Free Color Card. " For over forty years it has been used as A TONIC AND STOMACH REMEDY. Pcruna aids the appetite and gives new; life to ' digestion. A Pee Gee Flulalt For Every FHirpoae e, e, BflUGHMflN, STANFORD, KY. m (Is gent for, Lincoln and Garrard Counties, for Demonstration and Full Particulars. - The Central Record, Thursday April 20, 19 1 6 5 That is unsurpassed and unapproached in style and grace. Be sure and see our line of foot-wefor women and children, before you make ar Special IN- Values Waists. In all the New Material, Colors and Styles. Wc are also Exclusive Agents for the Suits, Coats, Dresses and Skirts. We arc exhibiting the Cream of the countrys foremost production of Spring apparel for particular women. All this high-grad- WELL WORTH and Blouse $2.00 $1.00 WORTHMORE Waist e .your purchase. Merchandise offered at reasonable prices. Refbie Store. The Joseph Mercantile Co i Quality Store. Silos and Silo Cutters Binders and Mowers, Cultivators and Double Shovels, One and two horse Corn Drills, cutting and Drag Harrows Land Rollers Tubular and Closed, American Field Fence. Coal Oil Stoves, Firrles Gossip About A jj Miss Maggie Ilrqwn is in Itichmond I A Brief Mtntlon ol the Comings and I Going) by Thou Wt Art interutcd In. I I prices. Cooker. We make it to your interest Buggies nml Phaetons nt reduced prices. J. H. Mount, Son & Co. The Square Deal House. 'A fix Miss Jeanio Lackey wns in Danville to Ret nur Monday on a visit to relatives. Miss Lillian Cochran leaves Friday to visit Miss A kits at Senora, Ky. Communion Servlcss will lie held at the Presbyterian church next Sunday. Miss Tomrnic Francis is at home after a visit to Madison county relatives. i7 WWW tr W 7 W 'Dedans. best. ft My My Easter Hats are especially attractive. prices are right and quality and style the 2 k MRS RELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS. I in DJIZIC DC 0 Enamelec, Wood Work always looks cheerful snd inviting and is the easiest kept. Our showing consists of n FIRST GOATERS, EXTRA HARD, and Bath Room Enamels of highest class for Brilliancy and Endurance Ask about Floor Filler and Surfacer. Its fine An Kustcr celebration will be held ily. Sunday morning nt the Methodist Mr. It. L. Elkin and Mr. J. W. Smith church. made a business trip to Louisville this Mr J. II. Spratt of Mt. Sterlingspent week. last week with his brother, Mr J. F. Mr. and Mrs. JeS9e Gulley and Miss Spratt. Gulley were recent visitors in Mr and Mrs Mike liny will leave Ilessie this week for their former home in Danville. Mrs. A. C. Ilrcnt of Lexington, has Louisville. been visiting her father, Mr. It. II. Mrs Fred Neighbors, of Louisville, is Tomlinson. here on a visit to her parents, Mr and Mrs. Frank II. Marksbury and sister Mrs J. It. Ilourne. ! Miss Elsie Morrow made a recent trip Mr Ilradlcy Spratt has nccepted a position in the Garage at Danville with to Cincinnati. Mrs. Win. Oaks and children have Mr Bristow Conn. visiting her sister, Mrs Will Mesdames W. A. l'rico and J. H. been Mount visited Mrs James Dunn at Dan- l'erkins near Stanford. Miss Viola Tribble of the Itichmond ville last Thursdny. ("Normal School will spend the Easter Mrs It. E. Hughes and little daughter holidays with homefoiks. Margaret, of Iouisvi!le have been here Dr. and Mrs. J. J. l'ursley who have on n visit to relatives. ocen in Louisville, are expected home Tues-dn- y Mr and Mrs J. V. Miller left of the week. for u visit to their con, Lieut. J. the latter part Dr. and Mrs. Jack Casey of Danville Paul Miller, of the U. S. N. been visiting her parents, Mr. Mrs J, F. Sprntt returned home Sun- have day after n vifit to her daughter,. Mrs and Mrs. It. II. Wilkcrson. Mrs. Corniu Clay, who has been Kichnrd Drown of I'aint Lick. spending the winter in the south, is u Mr. J. A. Robinson has purchased n guest at the home of.Judge Walker. handsome StudcbakerSix, from Mahau Mr George Simmons of Louisville & llethurum. Danville Advocate. motortd to Lancaster and spent Sunday Mr nnd Mrs George It. Harris of with his friend. Miss Lucillo Spratt. Bcrminghani. Ala., have been visiting Miss Annie Uelle ISurnside is ut home his parents Mr nnd Mrs K. W. Harris. after an extended visit to her sister, Mrs Emma Higginbotluim, Mra W.D. Mrs. J. V. Arnold at Birmingham Ala. Hnmmnck, Mrs M. L. Canecr and Mis; Mr. and Mrs. I). C. Sanders and Mr. Katheryn I'arku were in Danville, Satand Mrs. W. L. Luwson are enjoying a urday. sojourn in the. lime Grass capitol today. Mr and Mrs II. C. Sutton and Mrs Mr. und Mrs. T. E. Cecil and littlo II. A. II. Marksbury were visitors of Mr and Mrs Louis Landram, in Danville son were in Stanford Sunday for n visit to Mrs. Cecil's mother. Mrs. Oaks. last Saturday. visiting friends. Miss Elizabeth Anderson has returned from Daj ton, Ohio. Mr. Charles Ballcw is reported on the invalid list this week. Mrs. W. It. Cook is on it visit to friends in the Fall! City. Mr. Stephen A. Walker has gone South for a month's stay. Mrs. Joe L. Francis was a sojourner in Lexington last Monday. Miss Addie Criscillis will be an attractive guest at Duckcye, Easter. Mrs. J. E. Seale has been spending several days with Richmond relatives. Mrs. Sallie Maret of Nicholasville. is the guest of Mr. Jack Adams and fam- Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Oldham of TO Itichmond, were guest! on Saturday NEEDS THE RECORD and Sunday of Judge and Mrs. C. A. COMPLETE HER HOME. Arnold. Mrs W. F. Reichelderfer, (nee Miss T. A. Elkin, returned home, from Atlanta, last Sunday, after a stay llesiie Prather) of Payne, Ohio, sends ot two months with his son, W. S. us a Dollar, saying, "I need The Cen tral Record to complete my home. Elkin, Jr. The PaynM Reflector has the follow Mr. D. (J. Sanders and family made clipping. Mr. W. Fay Reichelder an autu trip to Crab Orchard Sunday ing son of Mr and Mrs F. F. Reicheld and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fra-zie- r fer, erfer and Miss Hessie Prather, daugh Hurt. ter of Mr J. P. Prather of Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Joseph of Dan- Kentucky, Were united in marriage at ville were here Sunday and were greet- G:00 p. m., on Monday, April 3rd at the ed by a hearty hand-shak- e from their Church of Christ parsonage ut Lexingmany friends. ton, Ky.,'by the pastor, Rev. Fortune. Misses Ula Belle and Mary Francis After a short visit with Mrs Reichclder Blakeman of Kirksville, have been the fer's sister, Mrs James Stapp they left week-en- d guests of Misses Ellen and for Louisville und from there to The happy and smiling young Nancy I'almer. (for couple arrived here unannounced The Junior C. E. society and the In- they kept their arrival a dark secret) termediate C. E. organization will hold last Friday afternoon at 3; 13" an Easter service Sunday evening at Mr. Fay Reichelderfer is one of the the Christian church. best known and popular young business men of this locality, being the junior Mr. and Mrs. Wick, of Louisville, the latter formerly Miss Kate Moore, member of the well known bakery and of this county, have been visiting restaurant firm of S. D. Reichelderfer and Son. Ileing a young man of sterJudge and Mrs. C. A. Arnold. ling qualities he has made numerous Miss Annie Royston of Chicago, friends and is held in the highest escomes Friday to spend her Easter vateem by the people of Payne and vicincation of ten days with her parents, ity. His charming bride is an accomMr. and Mrs. James A. Uoyston. plished young lady of the Blue Grass Mrs. Fannie Walker accompanied by state and is very popular among the her daughter, Mrs. Joe Calloway of younger set of her home town. The Smithfieid, has been spending a week many friends of the newly-wed- s predict or more with I'aint Lick relatives. a bright future for them. Sunday at the noon hour u splendid Mrs. J. S. Carpenter and little son, J. T of Versailles, returned home delicious dinner was given by Mr. und Sunday, after a pleasant weeks visit Mrs. F. F. Reicheiderfor in honor of daughter-in-law- . Resides with relatives here and at Paint Lick. their son and the family, the following guests were Reverend Swift of Lexington, who present to enjoy the feast; Miss Bertha travels in the interest of Wesleyan Co- Uoyer, Claude and William Reynolds, llege at Winchester, filled the pulpit last F. Thos Knerr, Harry Adcock, Vernie Sunday morning at the Methodist Howard and Frank Adamski. church. But of course the showering of conThe Reverend McDearinid, president gratulations was not all that was in Sunday of Hamilton College, Lexington, filled store for the young ccuple. r 1 YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. V dipt. For J s, s and shrubs. Mrs. Chaires Walters. Huy-ler- For Faster- -a box of delicious at Stormes. N Hemp Seed wanted for foil delivery. A. At, Shcly. Hotel, or F. B. Marksbury. Let us paint jour Buggy and Automobile. We use the process of pure linseed oil and lead. W. 3. Romans. For Easter a box of delicious at Stormes. Huy-lers, The largest line of Fishing Tackle and Base Ball goods ever shown in Lancaster at Conn Bros. Order now, EASTER FLOWERS Stormes. at Our line of harness is the best that can be found and our prices are the lowest. W. J. Romans. Wanted. bushels of Cultivated Hemp Seed for fall delivery. Phono Glass & Glass, Camp Nelson, Kv. GOOO Residence and Shop For Sale. Owing to my health will sell worth the money my residence and shop with one and half acres of land in Buena Vista. Shop has established trade ot 28 years. Cull or write J. E. Scott, Buena Vista. The handsomest line of Buggies ever seen in Lancaster, and no advunce in the price. Let us show you W. J. Romans. Morales' Drug Store. 3C 1c DC S3 The Training Class of the Christian church met last Thursday evening ut the home of Mrs J. II. Kinnaird and will assemble this evening with Mr nnd Mrs K. T. Eml.ry. Miss Webb entertained the members of thegraded school fuculty, at the home, of Mr nnd Mis M. L. Cancer, on Friday evening. A delicious course of refreshments was served. DC 6F Cl DG ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at the pulpit at the Christian church last Sunday morning und will be here again serving as a this coming Sunday, supply in the absence of the pastor. Rev. W. I'. Walden has purchased the interest of Mr. George Walden in the Danville Lumber and Manufacturing Company and has taken charge. His many friends will be glad to know that he has located in Danville permanently. Danville Advocate. The following teachers from Garrard county are attending the Kentucky Educational Association ut Louisville tills week: Prof. M. L. Caneer, Mr. C. C. Coy and family, of Mad- Miss Ucttie ltohmson, Miss Mabel Maison county were guests of Mrs. Sullie son, Miss Ueliu, Tinder, Miss Suiuh Hatcher, Miss Lula McWhorter, Miss Sanders, nt the Simpson House Ethel Estridge, Miss Sue Iliggins, Miss Elizabeth llryant mid County Superhandsome young intendent, MUs Jennie Iliggins. Ciyde Iloltzclaw, the son of Mr. and Mrs.I. F. Iloltzclaw, had the misfortune. Tuesday to suffer n badly sprained ankle while engaged in CARD OF THANKS an athletic contest with tome of his schoolmates. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Ileazlcy desire to thank the good people of Lancaster wlio, so generously, assisted them after their loss by fire. t afternoon about two o'clock, six automobiles, gaily decorated with "Dan Cupid Mottos" and crowdeU with friends n bakery stopped in front of the and restaurant and several of the occupants escorted Mr. and Mis. Reicheld-fe- r to one of the decorated cars und ut a given sign the wedding drove through Artown enroute to the county seat. riving nt Paulding tho bride and groom and their guests stopped at the Hoffman candy kitchen where the young benedict "set them up" to the crowd. Another trip through town and then the procession started on the return trip, arriving here amid the tooting of automobile horns. The Rellector joins with the many friends ot Mr. and Mrs. W. Fay Reichelderfer in wishing them oceans of happiness and prosperity. Bon-To- FOR SALE Best sow and pigs in Garrard county. Ed. C. Gaines. FOR SALE. acres of land near Hyattsville station on Kirktville pike, 6 room house 11 and Fannie B. Russell, D. No. 1 Lancaster, Ky. FOR SALE. 3,000 ceres of fine Alfalfa land on pik hi good stction of Mississippi. 5.000 acres of Alfalfa und grazing lands in Alabama near Q. & C. R. R. Write for description and prices. J. E. Higginbotham, West Point, Miss DO YOU KNOW Your.old carpets nnd cust off clothing make beautiful Rugs and that I will sell you nt half price a combination Vacuum Cleaner and Sweeper to keep Miss Florenco Tyler of the foreign your rugs clean. board of missions will lecture r.t the mo. Fannie Bishop. Presbyterian church, Tuesday evening, April 23th ut 7;30 o'clock. Admission DON'T KEEP HENS, free, everyone cordially Invited. News Of The Churcaes. England, Germany and LU FAMOUS NOVELIST AND WAR m III for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks 171 Vr;i m 12 F France Agree on one thing, if on no other. They all prohibit the sale of alum baking powders. WRITER PASSES SUDDENLY Richard Harding Davis, author und war correspondent, died at his home in N.Y. last week from heart trouble. He hud gone into his library, to u telegram to a friend in New York. His wife assumed, when ho hid not return, that he had seated himself to read and did not visit the library until alter midnight Mr. Davis had beer in failing health for 'some time apj had had sought quel tut his country ,ilace, Cross Roads Farms, under the caro of his wife, Mr, Davis attained great fame on a war correspondent. Ho acted us correspondent of the Now Yorli Times during tha Greco Turkish War and the War, and as correspondent of the New York Herald dure ing the South African War, revoluWar, Spanish-Cubation, Matos revolution in Venezuela, American occupation of Vera Cruz and represented the Daily Chronicle In the Allied armlet In Ilelcium and France. die-tu- t" Spuiiuh-Amcrican Russian-Japanesn Make Your Hens Keep You. lUhllUUUl 1111 iri Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. There must be a good reason for this. alum was found to be It is because Plant and Cultivate .l.In.ri nnlu ti. h-- .f on the market today. I have the exclusive agency for this shingle In Garrard county and can put them on mj-se- lf at a reasonable price. If you are Cultivated hemp seed for sale or let "' in need of any roofing or building of out on thares. any kind, give me a call. Geo. T. Brown, R. F. D. 3. C. S. Roop. Carpenter and Contracted C'artersvllle, Kv. ADMINISTRATORS SALE. rl OUinULLJ. ,l ! My Single Comb Brown Leghorns lay when eggs are high. Setting eggs 15 fer 75 cents, 100 for fl.00 CASH. Erie C. Farra, Box 272, Lancaster, Ky. ' a bank account with us und REAP the harvest of a competence. 'Wb Citizens B. V. HUDSON. President. W. 0. P.1GNKY, Ass't Cash'r IIP National T3ank KY. Vice Prest. JOB Royal Baking Powder is made of cream of' tartar, derived from grapes, a natural food product, and contains no alum nor other questionable ingredients. ROYAL BAKING POWDER New York CO. NOTICE. There will be a mass convention of the Progressive Party of the 8th of Kentucky held u the Court House in Lancaster Ky, on Saturday April the 22nd 1910. at two o'clock, for the purpose of electing two delegutes und two alternates to the National Convention to be called June 7th. 191C, in Chicago III, and to attend to any ottwr business that my come before m'd W. P. Kincaid, Chair., convention. 8th Dintrist ot Ky. Dis-tri- OF LANCASTER. U rtffAttll J. J. WALKER, J, Waijckk. Jh., I r.,t,.m I, W. T. Sebastln as administrator of G. W. Sebastln, deceased, will on SATURDAY, APRIL 22nd, 1910 on the premises of G, W. Sebastin, deceased, olTer for sale the following personal property towit: One horse and one cow, 25 barrels of corn, household and kitchen furniture and u lot of farmingimplements. Terms will be made known on day of sale. Sale begins at 10 o'clock a, m. W T. Sebastin. Admr.. ot G. W. Sebastin, deceased., The Central Record, Thursday April 20, 1916 amine Jacket or the Dance 1 I i PREACH ERSVILLE Mr. Owen Duvall continues quite 111, Horn, to the wife of Joe Hammonds, I a boy, Horn, to the wife of Mr. Oroyer HIki-- 1 uy a line girl. ' Mis Lena Arnold visited relatives i rThe "Barefoot" CONSIDER - Tire- - Crab Orchard. Mr. Jesse Lawrence sold n work horse to Mr. J. M. Cress for $30. Puio wheat bran Is tho best for milk cows. Hudson, Hughes ni.il Farnau. Little Miss Ruby Cress has returned from u visit to Rockcastle relatives. Horn, to the wife of Mr. J. Charles Rlgsby, of tho Canaan section, a boy. Master Cnlvin lllankenship visited his grandma Mrs. MarindaBlankonship. . ... ! it ir. it? ii. rurr, or MatwooiH, was n visitor at the Baptist church here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Foley, of Wil liamsburg, are visiting his father, Mr b. roley. .Mrs. J. J. Thompson has had a seven attack of natlimi and heart trouble, but and Why. now tho mentis by which manv Tirca nivon maximum Traction, t.t.. by n 'sandpapory" lexturo in tho Rubber Trends. of Ukm- Anti-Ski- d Kvery timo the Hrnkon aro put on, to mako mich Tires prip tho road, tho relatively hnnl. unyielding, nnd comparatively brittle, tcxturoof tho Rubber in their Treads causen theso Trcado to grind rtR'cj on tho pavement, to WEAR OUT fast at tho pc Lntcf ccr.tacf also Tin sudden efficiency of their grinding-Traclio- n turs eo sharply on tho Kubber Adhcsivo between tho layorc of Fabric in Tiro r.s to r .iaralo theso layers. Thcroii littlo "gio" tatheni juata3 there iis littlo "slide" to thorn. So,, C r--' Tr"'.!:n r.t tho expense of Mileage. rr-utra great HULK oj mien Nntrr ruh 1 ;x23G:ibIo Mileano before wont Rubber ia .rJor to C.n t. v o Is Mrs. W. H. Cummins. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Thompson visit- 1 Mr. nnd .Mrs. Arch Sprinkles at El lisburg. Casey county. Mr. nt.il Mrs. Arthur Miller and baby were recent.visitori of his parents. Mr and Airs. James Miller. .Mr. Woodson Carpenter has had iuukm unie wnn ins ear since he was I so unfortunate as to burst hiseardruir. and family, of Judson, visited her mother better now. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams !cr radically from GOODRICH And, therein they Barefoot urea. IJccause, the Safety-Trea- d on Goodrich Tires is mado a new, and exclusive compound of "Barefoot-Rubber- ," which discards unnecessary whitish "frictionnl" ingredients that arc heaviest und inert, as proved by their lighter weight out Szirirfij 21rar.Ii GJirtlpja f I PARKS & HENDREN CO. Incorporated. Style Leaders. DANVILLE, BUCKEYE her Mrs. Amon of Stanford is grand-son- , Mr. J. Mj Amon. nhaw last week. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cotton and son visiting Wallace, were with Mr and Mrs. Kemp KENTUCKY, There are two rases of pneumonia at Wren's who lives in the 'Horseshoe Bend" on Dix river hare. Rev. John T. Stamper, of Harbours- ville, reached three line sermons Sat- urday night and Sunday at the Baptist cnurch. Mr. Menefee Elmore has becun nren arations for erecting n water tank near I his large iond from whence his home . ...:n iue. suppueu .. wm wiin plenty or water I for domestic purposes, also he will pipe the water to his barn. "Pud" is genius and a mighty e'eve .Mr. Lincoln d 303 32 x 31k 34 x 4 I ........ K.lr-IJ.- fllO.SO 123.00 123.40 fellow to boot. Us 4 ....S.l.lr Tr..J ... 364!i 37 5 3SI5H. JIS.4S .....SJ1.60 ISO .00 JJ7JS how it nets in Aulomobilinr;. When tho weight of tho Car boors on clinging "Barcjoot-Rulber- " Tread, and tho power is applied to go ahead or reverse, tho wonderful rtrctch in tho ''itarcfoot" Rubber Solo (or Tread) of tho Goodrich Tiro acta as a oort of Lubricant between tho Fabric Structure of the Tiro nnd tho Road. Then, tho iJanoof-Rubbc- r "Tcc3,"of tho Goodrich Safety-Trea- d Tire, CLING to tho pavement (instead of grinding against it), in such innnner as your Rare Foot would cling to a slippery surface- - irithout Grind, nnd no, with tho minimum of Fricticnal Heat or Wear for 7u:t-wm- n Traction. Goodrich ' 'Barefoot-Rubbeis now mado into Goodrich FABRIC Tires, -G- oodrich Silvcrtown Con! Tires, GokxI-ric- h Inner Tubes, Goodrich Truck Tires, Goodrich Motor Cycle, and Bicycle, Tires; as well ns into Goodrich Rubber Boots, Over-ShoeSoles and Heels. Get a Sliver of it from your nearest Goodrich Branch, or Dealer. Stretch it thousands of times, but break it you HERE t3 r" s. can't BEWITCHING HAIR arc mado of. Tiiat'a tho Stuff that GOODRICH lA-ro- Black-Trea- d Tirca CO. YOUNG FOR EVERY WOMAN, iJon't neglect your l air girls: you'll be sorry later on if you do. Never mind about the things you have tried never mind what people say. DORSEY Jeavine Young John Morgan 3705, was sired BUENA VISTA by John Morgan and was out of an Imported Registered Jennet Mrs. Will Scott was on the sick list Lien retained on ull alts foi ihe sea' son which will be due if mare is traded the first of the week. Miss Lucretia Skinner is attending or sold to another patty- K. fc A. in Louisville. utile anss i.oraine Lane is visiting relatives In Camp Nelson. Kev. follitt is delivering many good sermons to the people of this place. We have hemp seed for planting. Lancaster, Ky. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau ai:-t .1.. ii .ui - uiruu uuoie amii mother were The following stock will make the beacon at my stable, one mile East of shoppers in Lexington last Wednesday. 'MoCreary and six miles East of Lancaster. Miss Florence Christopher of Burgin. spent tlio week end with relatives here, GOLD 1 Rev. Keagan of Nicholasville filled to insure a living colt hi regular uppointm-sn- t 85. Will stand at at Biown's Chapel Sunday. . . t i i I will also stand a good four year old aiiasc.1 iviyce nianei ana ilernvce Scott visited their brother, .Mr. T. C, Scott in Harrodshurg part oflast week, Walker, Sunday. Mrs. D. F. Sebastin of Georgetown Mr. R. W. Sanders sold to Mr. Sam College will be with friends and relaHaselden, a horse, price unknown. tives this week. Several from this place attended the Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whittaker Mose Davis, Saturday. funeral of Mr. were visitors of his brother. Mr. Robt. Dave Long who has been very Whittaker, Sunday. Mrs. ill with pneumonia is able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and children Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter visited were guests of Mr. Jesse Bagie and Miss Nancy. Lone of Madison Sunday. family Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Noel were the Minnie Frances, the little daughter' guests of her sister, Mrs Otto Simpson of Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Walker, who Sunday. has been very sick is much improved. Mrs. Fannie Long and Mrs. Lizzie Car load Southern Whippoorwill Cow Bogie visited Mr. and Mrs. Hobt Long Peas now in. Highest test. week. last Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mrs. Iva Teatcr visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arnold and chilB. Ray and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anion dren, Mr. and Mrs. Porter Wearren and last week. children were the guosts of Mr. and Miss Inez Ray was with her grand- Mrs. Rav Noel, Sunday. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ilibbard Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sanders, daughlast week. ter and grandson, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Mrs. T. 0. Hill and Mattie Harvey Sanders and son weie the guests of Mr were the guests of Mrs. Walker Brad and Mrs. R. W. Sanders, Sunday. John Morgan. 3705. GOODRICH 6& THE D. F. GOODRICH 0to Just remember this: Parisian Sage will make harsh hair soft and luxuriant will rid the scalp of dandruff. atoD fall Ing hair and scalp itch, and impart tha I will stand my Jack, Young John refreshing comfortable feeling or money Morgan 3705. for the season of 1916. returned. It's a delicately perfumed liquid free at my farm 1J miles from Lancaster, from oiliness and as one woman remark on new Danville pike, at' ed. "Parisian faace nuts the radian f sunshine into my dull looking hair $8. To Insure Horse Male and $10. To nd makes it beautiful and lustrous.' It E. McRoberts sells lots of it and al Icsare A Mare Male. ways guarantees it. barefoot" Tires Co. Lancaster Motor Car Our Good Percheron Stallion Distributors for Garrard County. J. W. Sweeney, SEASON OF 1916. DUST JR. $10. . will make the svaaon of 1916 at our barn, 3 miles below Buckeye on tho iluckeye and Lancaster pike at the very low price of Hawk ,v NrEffiBfcj Colt. Sheibark Is by Dock firay, nnd Importtd Shetland nnd out of Coys .Shetland Tony. Shelbark (s G2 lucres hlijli, beautifully marked and ia n splundid Individual and can't be beat under saddlu or harness, Shelbark will stand at $10.00 to insure a living colt. Wo will also $10. to Insure Living Colt Most of Percheron Stallion, at $10.00 to insure a living colt. This Town's Motorists Know Us HAWK is by Landaras linn, he sired by Kilo Oe Dominant 9875. he by Dominant, by Hipnfni.uint, by Vermouth, by . idoco, by Coco II, II by Viex Chaslin, by Coco 712. by Minion, by Jean Lo Illanc. Dam of Lnndara 7709. Sho by Extra dor 2123, and out of Linnet II., by BUSINESS IS iesure It., am) out of Cullalie. Lies- ure 11., sired by St I.aurant, and out of BASED ON CONFIDENCE vanlina II. 915. She by Taclieau ami nm lloquet 897. Tho sire of Tucheau Favor 1st, 793, and sire of Iloimrt, Thsory Put Into Practlca by Well Coco II, II. Known Suimess Man HAWK ia a icood individual, and a perb sire, of splendid pedigree. Mb MfeMtf ill make the season HEAD theLIGHT samu at A. )IU. To InHiiro time and place at All the Others Ought to Koou breeder. He was aired by Itcd Leaf 21391. record2:2Gt. Trial. 2:10, half 1:(K, the siro of Mary 2:28 J and Ked Spite z:xt. lie or f . uav, record 2:18. His drat dam was by Uranby. record 2:131 Head I.luht is a bay with white noints. (1 ears old, lGj hands Mh, has plenty of body and aiurai siyio ar.u acuon. tie is a creui nurse ur.d i. stand our big 0 year old Jack, at llio name time and place j Know Us CHIEF NAPOLEON 5107 When In Need of Supplies, ServAccessories, Hepairs, TWIST BEECUER H0R(1AN-S- 6. FOR HORSE MOLE & $8. FOR HARE. YOUR WHEEL SO THAT Y0UK I retain a lien on all colts until season money is paid. Mares transferred CAR POINTS TO US AND 8T0P or bred elsewhere, forfeits Insurance and must be paid at once. Care taken to KIQIIT HERE I prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. I'iione 30-- B. children alike." ice, 3&!&2Z1 "A druxslst to make lasting friends of his custom ers," said Mr. J. C. Brady, popular Rexall Pharmacist of Fall Ulver, Mass. "Tho very uaturo of liU business draws tbelr confidence for little helpful sui'KC'Jlloin on tho matter of health. Many people bare thanked mo for recommending Rexull Orderlies as tho best relief for constipation and Its resultant Ills, Tut up In dnluty candy tablet form. I hey are pleasant to tbo tasto and make an Ideal laxative for tho home for men, women and C. BRADY huH many opportunities he by 1'rinceps. 2nd uam tiy niacKa namilionlan, Uru dam by lied Wilkes 1749. Also at the same time and place will stand our pony a REV TOM at $8.00 to Insure living horse mule nnd $10. to insure living maro mule. This Juck has a good broad bono hruvy body and flno head und ears Ho was sired by Illack Joe, he by King William, Jr., lie by old King William, hebyTomSlieilock. 1st dam by Young Tom, 2nd dam by Stonewall Ji.ckson, 3rd dam by Mogul. Illack Joes 1st dam by Long Fellow. 2nd dam by Hourbon Chief, 3rd dam by Illack Frank. Young Tom wua sired by Creggo. Old Tom'a 1st dim by Jason Walker's Castllllon, 2nd dam by Illack Hawk. Money due when maro is parted with, or bred to another horro or Jack. Lien retained on colt until service fee is paid. Cam taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. ! t iSK j mm 'i N Hr l' 1- 7. u k "' - .".",' I 'izSmz J i1' qL' WALKER BRADSHAW, Mccreary, - Kentucky. Lancaster Wotor Car Co. We have the exclusive selling rights for EfffK'i I P'Ai- -' a aW this great laxative. R. E. McROBERTS & SON. THE REXALL STORE RAY SHELBARK. Buckeye, Ky. , AMON Phone 387-H- Horses, Jacks and Jennet for sale at all times. i . The Central Record, Thursday April 20 Stop At The KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167. By Chester Pea vine 3184, by RexPeavine 1796; dam Flora Carter 8419 by Red Squirrel 53. Will make the season at my place one mile from Stanford on the Danville pike at $15.00 to Insure. 19 id. COMBINED STALLION. CARDS. Dr. Wm. Office nt Ilainey Lancaster, Gait House When In D. Pryor, Stable. Kentucky Louisville. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. a Livery -- EUROPEAN PLAN. - J. Nevin Robert Mitchell. Carter, Stanford. John SEASON OF 15)10 GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service Meets Trains. and Low Price. Free Auto-Bu- s Turkish and Electric Bathes. Write for Reservations. J. GREENBERG, Manager. S. luster &. Son, Bourbon Stnble nt Fair Groumls. Itobert Mitchell, I'hone ISO. Knight, 308O. & tt. W, Morrow, Graduate Optician (ilauai ritlci1.Hallrclloulloaiaaleed, BUSTER MITCHELL. HnrroiL'luirf!, Kentucky. John S. lluster, I'hone 37- - W, Ilurgin Ex. Bourbon Knight 3080. HIGH PKBST0N BLEUCHER li' 46158. 10 s u 3 X3 Itecord 2:2U, Trial 2:U. Half llrother to l.uln Watts (2) 2:271. Trotter, llrown Ktnllion, about 15J hands, foaled IWC. Standard Registered Vol. 18. i .lJoli" tot, 1.11 J dam. ill pall Nlilil JW Sonii'Ur "Ira ol II ln" S.are Hjr HI KlmoJJS. MM.titll.lil XII.BI lkf W.lt llfhl J'.HH no1,, Ham Wllaa jwi Htm Hniwl VatpaliwU.ri. t llarrr'larVJ:4. Uuri iiW,. Rlrl lilllrsmf. m..iw Jmjr lll.r ... , Hlronf .im lily. HtMwWr Km lltwik Ureal linsxt mare ' Nnrmwwl Bella Iwt;, 7,arrtin ll Nor? hx1 Mi. lifoul fNh. liwlkraik :Ht. U.1 a Living Foal. To t litroii :tt,rM iiie. j:i. ' alrrolrj In;. 10. He. Mnkuiuv; hllp ol llrr-nnWill make the season of l&lli at the Fair Ground., Harrodsburg, Ky. York. ( (Jnn hllirl Hf ilrihtmirl. ('(. K.rnu t.nS cur Money due at birth of colt or when mare is parted with or bred to an Hw nf 14 'V.lll to a. Ilia e Ml Hji. D.mol Bip i:cl',, laRW Itt.a4h.-- r "liter Milk Hi Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any WilHtKo hall II. ITi ml l tl'i Male Wllkaa Naifuu.tkUl.ll. other horse. N. Uli.1v1.. nr. (tor M AttMtt llrMik occur. WltkealllU Mrrnlltarl nwif l iar Mall IM.Iar in "llrnt ( Jaunt I'lat li..Mik..4Mu lf.ul.tl.. fl.r It. Harry I'lat II. llamttl Hll.ul llrimk .H.l l.lllr IMar 1 I',. Il.t1t I'lSf 4 il.aa nl lTn.Jl'(. Mrl. Hrt lr Ilnurbon Knight 3080, chestnut stallion; blaze and four white feet. Sired by llourbon Chler No 1G00; he by Clark Chief No. S3, by Membrino Chief" No.ll by Membrino I'aymaator. 1st dam, Estelle Gillespie No. 4501 by Wilson King No. 219fi. 2d dam by Joe Illackburn. 3d dam by I'eter Halcorn No. 3242. Ilnorlion Knight No. 30S0 ii n beautiful chestnut with white markings, itanda lfi.3 full: will weigh 1,100. His manner are (wrfect. Harness and sad dle extreme finish and style; action high, straight and fast. In presenting this Jiome to the public we know that he is no lottery lor he aires extrrme finish, and of the ahow horse tyK). llourbon Knight haa proven himself a grent show horse In all company and breed. He has proven that he is worthy or his unccs-trIlreeders of saddle horses rarely have the oiiortunitv to breed to u stallion of such blood lines and as much class at the small fee of 6846 He Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. Hay Stallion 10 hands, star, left hind nnkle white, fine style and action. will make the season nf 1910 at my barn at Ilackler, Kentucky, at John M. McRoberts. $10. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. HIGH PltESTON G8I0 sired by Carroll l'reston, 4383. he by I'reston 922, by Washington C4, by 'ronwcll 73, by Washington Denmark. Carroll Preston's 1st dam Ilaby Pence 7049. by Enoch Arden, 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont Forrest 2SC3, 3rd d.im Daughter of Garrard Chief 22C3. 4th dam Gray Eagle. HIGH PKESTON OSIfi 1st dam was Queen Eagle, alie by King Eagle 253G, he bv Itoyal King 2S55, he by Ontiine 74C, he by Stomewall Jackson 72. Iloyal King's 1st lain Mollio Mountz 2581, was by the noted sire Cabhells Lexington. F. S. King Eugle'a 1st dam Hip 3579, she by Eagle Ilird.heby Old King Eagle 7M, 2nd dam Ited Lion, 3rd dam Harrii Denmark 45, 4th damby Jim Bell. HIGH PltESTON OSIfi 2nd dam Lady Iiird, she b Eagle Uird 1014, 3rd dam Mollie Drtnni.ii she by Old Drennon, 4th dam Copper Bottom and runs back to old Davy Crockett 3230. Thoroughbred. Also at the same time and place will stand my fine Jack. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Lick, John JI. Casey, D. V. JI. Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary College. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY $25.00 Insure iaa. (l .. ll:ai. Buster I & Mitchell, Harrodsburg. 6636 C. At Morgan Living 4665 Horse Coll $7,00 la Insure a J, ft. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Ite3idence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTEH, KY. Silent llrook UtTO!!, 2:lfi. tire of Hilly llurk 2:0.11. MenJovr llrook 2:0C. llrook 2:031. I.idy Shawbay 2:071. .arrine 271. llrook 2:03J, Kmm Hellbntak 2:10. Ilutter llrook 2:101, Silent Ilriuade (2) 2:ln, Margaret HatliKate (1)2:111. etc. Sired ilm of Clialty Direct (I) 2:071, etc. Ilia ilam, Jenny Clay, alto produced Meddle Clay 251, ntul wan grandiim of I 'rue 2:21 J. Moko 2IIVT, aire of rVreno 2:051 (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Uremia Yorke (3) 2KH. (Vuturity winner) (3) 2:011. Native Ilelfe (2) 2:07 (Futurity (champion filly.) Mnnrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity win. winner) (3) tier.) Silver Silk (I) 2HWJ. Smle N. (.1) 2KKJ (Futurity winner.) (Jomoko 2:10, MoMS'101. M liUer2;I0J. Mornmter 2:11. Siliko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc Sirel ilama. of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion,) Vito (4) 2:035. Martlia Tipton (I) 2:091. (VNeil (3) 2:131. etc Ilrother to Hump.! 2:031, Ilanm I). 2:10, etc. Illeiicher iC.li, recor.1 2sy. trial mile 2:111. half In 1:06. laat quarter In For The Season of 1916 otter public service, the splendid individual and rovally bred young com bined Saddle and Harness Stallion C. and $8.00 for Mare Colt. 2iJ At the low fee of $15.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Easter Prince Study his pedigree. Easter I'rince fiC3G will stand for mares at my barn in Lincoln County, on the Hustonville and Danville Tike. Care taken to prevent accidents, but will nut be responsible should any occur. The insurance is forfeited if mare is sold or traded oi bred to another horse. Ilrerd your mares to this liorse and get colts that will sell for the high dollar. He 32 second", la a handsome seal brown horse, anil will weigh 1100 pounds. greatly resemble., his good iim Silent llrook and ii out of Clayo, by the great Futurity aire Moko. Foreign demand ha exhausted the aupply and wo may expect better prlcea for our Iwraei In the future. Our advice to mare owncra is to breed their mirea ami ti breed them U italliona of merit and proven worth n sirea. Illeiicli-e- r U iuit the type to produee the rolls that will aupply the demand. Ilia rolls have proven I'm.', with nice head and neck uml plenty of bon ami conformation. Tilt rreat trotting Stallion will make the aoaaon of I'M at my stable in The Best Blood of the Chiefs and Denmarks Blended. KASTEIt foaled 1913. Jack, with white points, 15 hands high, coming seven years old and has proven himself a good breeder. U. Morgan by John Morgan. Jr., 3705, was sired by John Morgan, he by is out ot an Imported Jen net. John Morgan, Jr.. out of Jennet by Joe Illackburn, he by 3rd Prince, he by 2nd Prince, he by Imp Prince, 1st dam Daisy by Dixie, she by Irvin Dixie by Kickapoo, 2nd dam Mollie Gray by Lord Wellington, 3rd dam by Importer Dam Iieccher Jennet. A lien retained on all colts for service. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Morgan is a black For All Kinds of ROUGH LUMBER, see G. C. COX, Manse,Ky Phone 229. I'ltlNCE C3fi. llrown colt, star. 2 hind feet white. 15.3 hands Lancaster. Kentucky, at $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Easter l'rinco G3i0 by I'rirce Koe 429., dam Duchess of Denmark 2510, dam of Madison King 2979, champion of Texas. I'rince Hoe 4295 by llourbon l'rlnc 2144. dam Nellette Dare 0787. Duchess of Denmark 2510 by Duke of Denmark 795. dam Helen II. 373. llourbon I'rince 2144 by llourbon Chief 97U, dam Itoje Scott 2822 by Dolan Denmark 408. Nellette Dare G7S7 by Chester Dare 10, dam daughter of King Denmark 445. Duke of Denmark 795 by Gen. Duke 1002. dam daughter of Fayette Denmark CO. Helen B. 373. by Abe Van Meter dam daughter of Waxy. J. F. Foley, Hackley. Ky. OmceHnur, M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Office; Siormei IliiiJdliig orei Hurt A Ander NABOTH, JR. 122S pounds and is on'i LANCASTER, urnltare ritor. KENTUCKY. Barlowe. I will nl.io atand thin beautiful Hhet land Stallion for the reason of 1910 at my stable In Lancaster, Ky.. at Colt. $10. 1 To Insure A Living am prepared to take care of marc on grass at 10 centa n day. Lien re tained on colta for service fee. Care taken to prevent Money !ui when mare i trailed or pnrled with. accident but not renponsible should nny occur. W. B. BURTON, Phone 95. ' Ky. Lancaster, REX McD. 6597 Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 10 hands high. Hx I'.nmart II. V. i Mi) Crltflrra Pvumark. bjr '"I Mare ( Slar ol tb Weal Ol.l KlarPatU IMiual'l l4Mjr HUek B.iilrrvl V. in us Mark ' I H. rub; ! Ortts 1)1 IISM 1M Jlunlru.e IM. Hi.lirAarloti IVuuluir. lull am 8M. 'U H I" Ttlt (IIHlulll Ohleltalll Mar l n,. 4.1. dm. I'f""""- - family of be awn by the pedigree, that thin home belongs to a chanipioi bla aire, liex MrDwmM being the world's champion of c'lampiniu, who wai champion for eighteen On ,ii dain'a side lw tracoi to Montnwo ami wither that I have ever wen. ytani This horse lias the finest aliouldora In the right p are, ...lendid bone, abort back. Hii neck, head and car. are homo that I have of any also bus the beat -- boulder motion and bock action lb , ever had In tny at able. as tin ier the addle. You UI'K McD l u how home in harness ns well mistake in breeding your good mares to this horse. Ho will not can make the aenson It ran Nal'oth Jr., Is a rich red bay, 6 years old and full 1G hands high, weighs a horse of wonderful beauty, having a long, rangy neck and carrying a fine tail. He Is a perfect gaited horse with superb all round action and like all sons of old Naboth he lina great natura speed in harness. As is generally known there is a scarcity of good horses, and those suitable for the Eastern market bring fancy prices. If the breeders would raise 'Number-one- " horses they must take the mares to the right kind of sires. Naboth, Jr., be yond all doubt is a horse that will produce the type of horses that the market After a careful consideration, 1 havj finallv consented to allow my demands, und for which the public is willing to pay high prices. He has size, chestnut stallion, Artist I'eavinc by Kentucky l'eavine 2SS9 to serve a style, action, beauty and breeding. If like begets like jou can get the right kind of horses by breeding to limited number of approved mares at Naboth. Jr. You will note that this Stallion has the blood of Old N.iboth.Ham- bletonian 10. Old Messenger Chief, Ked Wilkes, George Wilkes, Mambrino Everythinil for Orchard. Lawn and Chief. Pilot. Jr.. and Harry Clay. Garden. Pedigree. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts Ily competent judges of combined horses, this horse is said to be one of Naboth. Jr.. by Naboth, 1001C 2:191. he by Walsingham, 21GG, sire of the best individuals in Central Kentucky. Space will not allow a lengthy dis- Latitude 2:19 and several others in the list. Walsingham by George Wilkes. & Sons. Tinsel by Messenger Durock 10G son of Ilamble H.F.Hillenmeyer Old Naboth's cussion of the merits of this excellent horse, but u careful perusal of his pediIonian. Second dam, Hess sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hambletonlan. Lexington. Kentucky. gree will convince you, without u suggestion from me, that few horses in the Third dam, .lessio Sayre by Harry Clay 43. Fourth dam by Liberty, son of 191G 1841. Eclipse. Lance, by American State of Kentucky are bis equal. Naboth Jr., will be kept during the season of 1916 at my stable near This liorse Is by Kentucky l'eavine 28S9, and out of a mare, Artie IEose, llrynntsvillo on the J. II. Dunn farm and will be permitted to serve mares at Kegister No. 1189.1, ho by Kentucky's; Artist. The mtire pedigree on both the ery low price o: The undersigned hereby p've warnaides (and be is royully bred) is in my hands for inspection nnd will take great ing to all persons not to trespass upon pleasure in showing you this liorse and bis pedigree. our lands for any purpose .whatever ag' At the same time and place, I will stand my fine Jack, we will proiecute all offenders to ful lst extent of t law Hunters and. Kihermen especially take notice. It. L. Klkm Ed & N II Trice nnl $10.00 to Insure J. Two Miles West of Lancester on New Danville Pike. nt $8.00 to insure- n Hvfnp horse colt ut iroai! f t.u (til nf Ma u JIliving ninre colt. V. It. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca G. West. DI,n... f1.im lints l.'.ar. Vo..lio UUO I'lWVVII veil, irnvivt (3 nil J DIIUII IVt l HIS AMjirilVI! Conn, James II. C. Arnold. selves. Also at same time will at nnd my beautiful spotted pony. J. 1. island. J. C. Moruan J. Lonu Iiros to Insure Living Colt. J. Itoolh Sutton. H. and W. S.T.Weaver W. West. Notice! I'ouHry W. L I.awscn and son. Howard Hint;, I am prepared to care for stock from a distance nt reasonable prices, but J. II. Itigsby. Misa Carrie lloulden, 4-11no responsibility assumed, for ucciJenls or escapes of stock committed tomy care 44 John Richardson, J. C. ItiK'by. J. H. Woods. A. C. Miles. --BL7U CURES Jno. M. I'arra. J. H. Thompson, Dav'id Steven. Cholera. Gancs. LimbernccK. Rout). Canker. II. L. Kelly. S. C. UiRsby. Frank Thompson. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry the, nast and ask for a I wish to thank mv friends for their natronaire in JCJeiLvr.'.Tr I). M. Anderson. J. II. Thompson. drop J IIw4.M( drawn down ika WU a taas WillConara, DanUlowa. Kr..ura "Ooa continuunce of same during this season. Am and Ed liourne. Davis button Ljlla ih. wonn aad idiot. Iba chick iaauntir. t iwu, It lha but proanuva I tia.a Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Davo Dudderar Mfg. ud Guarantied by J. RobL Cruise, Birdstown, Ky. Price 50c at ill Ornls". Jerry Wand. SKtD UV We will add other names for 23 cent C. C. &. J. E.Stormes cash. Stewart Sandidge, Moreland, Ky Artist Peavine. TREES Tres Fruitand Shade Strawberry Plants, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies $15. To Insure a Living Colt. first-darn- , $10.00 To Insure a Living Colt. I VI ST E D NAPOLEON, JR.,' $10. Ituisers Shelbark Jr., at Tfe lb L. TEATER, BRYAI1TSVILLE, KY. At I $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. international Stock rood Halls Hon Cholera Remedy, Snoddys Hog Cholera Remedy, Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy This is the time to use it as a cure or pre- villi uUo atand my walking stallion, GAY BOYD, At 510. To Insure Living Colt atalllons In Ken-tuck- y PUINCK ALHEUT. one of tbo best L'LYDKSDALK at my barn, at the low price of 110.00 to will ttUo make the aea.on kind to breed to for mule mare, and farm horn. n livi. - colt. TbU Is the good JACKS t time and place will also aland two extra At oka'ne living colu. All this stock will make the present season $10.00 eacht t inv farm near Taint Lick, Ky. rale, and every care taken to Mare, will bo kept on grass ut reasonable will nit be re.ponslblo .houlJ any occur. prevent acciuVnts, but Cupftal $50,000. A. It Surplus $30,000. Vice JENNY, Tresldent J. It. 1 E. STOItMES. I'res't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. i i Are You a Woman ? i inuHV, Ass't Cashier. J. I. Gill, .ii.ro i? Carii Tha Woman's Tonic FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGSISTS Safety Samual Deposit WE Boxes For J. II. Rent. J, E. ventative. SOLICIT YOUlt I1USINESS. Alex It. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. Posey, M. Elliott. Directors. N. W. Phone-Pa- ROGERS. t int Lick Euhan.e. "ck, Kentucky. D. Cochran, Stormca. S. C. Denny, AVcRoberts Drua Store MHOnsMMBi The Central Record, Thursday April 20, 1916. WE DO BUSIN ESS ON THE - , WALL PAPER ti to 0i room, wtStt cloth! rt to tKt proton. It rticti th taitt of th occvptnti tnJ tiufclnho their tocitl turultni. ''Prije" Wall Papers for tr itltdtrerythtr ttUt.e an4 dtcontlT ptttem will fcirv worth ni tifc Alfred Pcnts x tion no matter ln pric. J Impcct ths bwiitifnl designs In th roomt to r'fMprl, th only af way. Th book, "Horn Decoration" show how ihty look upon tht wails. 4 Lari asaotintal ( dea!aa and color I mi, at popalar prices. Eatiraatti cheerfully ftunUhod. WHITE & RIDDLE. Paint LicK, Ky, BRYANTSVILLE . Mr. J. Hogan Ballard has been on the I ' sick list for a few days. Dr. B. C. Rosa and Mr. G. B. Rose were In Lexington, Tuesday. , ) Mirs Elizabeth Bryant wentto Louis-- 1 ville Wednesday for a short visit. j Miss Beulah Grimes of Lexington, ! has been visiting Mrs. Joe Gnsney. Mrs. G. T. Ballard, of Lancaster, j spent Sunday with Mrs. Sam HaseTilcn. Mr. C. M. Dean bqught n pair of , mules from VV. IL Hoover of Jessamine back up everything we say by facts. On the level, we do not misrepresent our good's. There are few, AND any, buggies built today as good as Arnold's. Remember that we build the best buggy and sell it directly to the consumer, saving you all the middle men's profit; also the expense of crating, freight, dray-ag- e and drummers. We don't make harness, but wc handle a number of the leading brands. Will sell at actual wholesale cost any harness in the house when you purchase a buggy. The fact is, we mean to deal square with you, not claiming to own or control a harness factory, neither have we a number of buggy factories, but on the square, we sell the best buggy that can be bought for the money and are truly proud of the reputation that Arnold Buggies have made. You Can't Get Around Facts Look for yourself Court Day, when we will show one of the most perfect double reach reinforced reaches, and also one that was twisted up to show what it would stand in making a demonstration on the streets of Harrodsburg. The same demonstration is soon to be given in Danville. Watch for the announcement. This in a vice and with the use of a monkey wrcch three men twisted it around and around, as you can see, without breaking. was done by placing the reach substantially Wonderful Results aBLm., piwri for $539. ' Mr. Bryan Ballard spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Eliza II. Ballard. Mrs. James Brvant and children of West foint Ky, have been visiting Mrs J. II. Dearie. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dickerson and I children were guests Sunday of Mr. ' and Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy. Mrs. Belle' Davis of Jessamine, has been, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis and Mrs. Charlev Deane. Miss Cecil Bowling, of K. C. W. Danville, spent the we-- k end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bowling. MrV L. L. Cunningham who. was operated on Saturday for mastoids at the Danville Hospital Is reported to be doing nicely. Mr. J. B. Leavell has returned home from a visit to his daughter, Airs. H. R. Smith, at Fort Smith, ArJ. He a!-- 1 so visited u number of places In the Unsolicited Testimonial Springfield, Kentucky, 1916. , Mr. It. M. Arnold, Danville, Kentucky: I felt Dear Sir: Your ad in our country paper was the direct cause of this letter. high quality you put into your buggies, you when I read same that although you know the Mioh could not tell exactly how much service a real good, serviceable, honest built buggy, he should tell you himself. as you put up, could give to the purchaser, unless & Bishop, In the summer of 190S I bought one of your $115.00 buggies from Boblctt your agents in Springfield, and you well know that Washington county has never who were bugyy. had good roads until the present time, which was a drawback to the life time of a your buggy as n.ueh as any private owner could uhc one. I put it Despite that fact I used ec to every test, over bad ronds, fast driving with young horses. It has been overturned tin lie b.ul wrecks; it has been run into l.y other carriages; times in what ere supposed to three time's, wnieh shows it lias had hard use and the fourth net of has been rubber are worn considerably at the present time. Aside from these facts it was used as a steel tire for eighteen months and is in good condition at the present time, never having had but one broken shaft and a broken perch , rod, botli of which were broken under unusual strain. There lias never been a loose spoke, a split felloe, or a loose clip, and let me tell you shrinkage. the top was of excellent leather and is good today with the exception of natural yet, and when I do I expect I am not expecting to buy a new buggy for at least two years to buy an "Arnold Hand Made" and use the one I now have for other prposes. It might be a good idea to say that I had a friend to buy a Mover and another a fel"Wcscott at the same time I purchased your make. The Moycr is gone today, the other d high priced buggy that looks little better than my low is now using his second Arnold, which, with a good coat of paint, will look like new. Last, but not least, your buggy is the easiest riding buggy I have ever ridden in as yet, and, I think the cheapest vehicle any man could buy in the years of service.' I had the pleasure to go through your factory and saw every process of construction, and tfor that reason I recommend your buggies to anyone who wants wear and honest together with fair treatment with Mr. Arnold himself. Yours very truly, Seven-year-ol- We have had wonderful result with our patent reinforced double gear. They have been in constant use almost exclusively for the past fivo years on Arnold's buggies, without a single broken reach, fifth wheel king bolt or king bolt brace, that has ever come to my knowledge. If anyone using an Arnold buggy has had either of the above to break at any time in the past five years, we would consider it quite a favor to let us know, as we want to publish the exact facts in regard to Arnold's Patent Double Reach Re-inforce- pl Gear west.. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards, who have been living In Oklahqma for the past two jears.came Saturday (u make their home here. Mrs. Edwards was ' formerly Miss Bessie Swope. Mr. and Mrs. Cain King and family. Mr. R. E. King, Mrs. Frank Campbell and Miss Evelyn Campbell of Louisville came Thursday to spend- Easter with ' Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams. Mrs. Charley Coulter was badly burn-e- d Saturday afternoon and ia in quite a' serious condition. Mrs. Coulter was sitting in front of an open grate when ' the fire popped and caujhthei clothing. I In an attempt to extfnguirh the flames' her daughters Misses Osiu and Maggie Coulter, were also badlv burned on the J hands and arms. Dr. Rose was mimedi-- i alely called aid dressed the wounds. It' is hoped that Mrs. Coulter will recover ' but she remains in quite a precarious condition. A Few Pointers There irc many other improvements we enn show you far superior to that lined on other vehicles. Let us point. out to you FIVK of our main features of our 191G buggies 1 Our patent gear, best gear construction known. 2 Pinneo & Daniels "A" grade wheels having national wide reputation ns being the best made. II Trimmed with Stengel & Kothchild leather throughout. It will not draw or crack. 1 All irons are special treated steel that will not draw and break. 5 All wood parts are dipped in boiling linseed oil before going to the paint shop. This preserves the life of the timber, keeps water out and prevents the wheels from dishing , and the tires getting loosemany features we have A'e have something to show you that is worth your time.-Hii- d S been unable to show you on any of our previous makes of buggies. buggy. No One thing I wish to impress upon you: It takes time to produce a first-clas- s matter how hard one may try, it seems there is always something on which there can bo made an improvement. It's very true that we have always made n splendid buggy, but no one sees our mistakes better than I. Our motto is, and always has been, "To improve and put on anything that would make it better." Wo arc offering to you for 191C, ns near as can lie found, a buggy perfect in construction. We give you a cordial welcome to visit our factory mid inspect same. hnnd-forged - - ( In sanitary cans. Finest for taUenso and Inking, Aik your grocer for It. Bcud obtul card or booklet of 1'rizo ltocipos to P. DUFF 4 SOlfa 020 Dnqucsne Way, Pittsburgh, Fa. .1. SAUNDKKS MOHAN. WE SELL ALL THE LEADING LIVERYMEN IN THE BLUE GRASS In Lexington we sell G. H. Goodrich, S. M. Cassiday, In Lancaster we sell H. D. Lee and J. T. Rainey. H. G. Smither. We also sell liverymen in Cynthiana, In Stanford we sell Carter & Carter. In Lebanon we sell R. L. Elder, G. N. Brent, Wheatley Paris, Somerset, Lawrenceburg, Bloomfield, Bards- & Smith, and Wade Brothers. town, Georgetown, Richmond and Frankfort. Blackjack, with white points, 151 har.ds high, fine breeder and great A Jack ol fins bono and action. Wilt stand at $10 to Insure a , livjng colt. Will also at same time 'land place Fresh Jersey cows for sale. stand a I'EAVlNE IIOKSK at $10. to G. 1). Swinebroad. a living colt. insure For Sale: Ited short hum bull. All will stand at W. 1', Dishon'i Frank Thompson, 1'reachersvllle. farm on the Crab Orchard pike 5 mile frpir Lancaster, Kentucky. Mares W. E. Moss has six fresh Jersey cows grazed t $2. per month. Care taken dpse tlow Oils headiuf is let tn icfu for sale. All 'good ones. IT DM olomlarmwiutwtillwri.aud to'prevent accidents, but not respon- ill sal ol nock, (inn auij uoh ihio li lor on sible should any occur larm as lb larmtr cannot tSoid to-- adrer-tlx- . . Eggs For Hatching. Mrs Fred Conn. Ho nolle will be accepted otji.loar Route 1, has some pure Brown Leghorn lines, and wilt beoalrlu tro lnue.'el lb eggs for sale. 15 for SO cents, 100- - 'for . aooaa,lrcBlctaus $3,110, 200 for $5.00. . Buck Varnoa 1 2nd Street RJVLARNJ For Safef Pore Bulf llymouth Kock Will furnish hemp aed and buy yoar eggs, 15 forCOo Mrs Logan Thompson cultivated seed In rail, seer A. M. Shely, Hotel, or V. U, Marksbofy. rrescnersvilie. Ffllf- SI.R..fM . ...... K.mM Incubator, good as new for $2.60. Phone It, E. Henry. at once. For Sale.' (farmer's column J. Ill sh(f and lambs. M. Cress, Stanford It. It. 4, Order now, EASTEH FLOWEUS at Rtbrmcs, lm .v r.. ffloe Victor Seed Potatoes Vr.d H.,l Corn for sale. lierinJnr Scott, Phone 50-- i7amt0 For Site, IryantsvIlle exchange. red" steer.- - acalet'eir & W.P.Dishon. Silver Laced Wyandotte eggs St fic Contract for fall delft ery hemp seed per setting. Delivered at LaacatterV to Marksbury for A. M, Sliely. BeMer J. B. Lawson, Stanford' It. 4;than $5.00 for corn. Pbone Lancaster exchurv.- 310-ft- v Fok SaLK:-- 25 or 30 Pounds of Dwarf TV, rents a Una njmjL .il ..... Victoria Itape Seed. 5 pounds will sow aiiv iivvviu Emrftn i .. one acre. Fine for hogs, shetfp,, cattle for cards of fnarik and short advsi and poultry. 3. C. iTenderson.. Lowell' tlsnnntf nOi put WMie. larmera coi- Ky. Phone 40- - rings:- PaiM Lick-- Ex. umn. ' ft, Lctlryk'" V'e. tn ! lot a V, A. Lears I