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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 27, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916042701_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 27, 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 CENTRA! RECORD. PURE REMOION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND OOOD O 0 VERNMEN1, TWINTT SEVENTH TEAR. -- I. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 27, 1916. iizr.jz We hnvc the lnrp; est lino ever shown in Lancaster, Ky. KUKHH 4. MiTtHLgJurrn-. Hand Us That $. Porch and Inside Floor NOTICE. paint nt PAUL SAWYIER Hi Fishing Tackle GOING FISHING? You don't ffn often, and you eao't allorrt la take my chances on pool Tackle. In the tlllfa Catling Rood you tiioducrd, have the very llne.t price ra ami at n reaaonalile aonabic, quality conaldered. llnei Whether tod. reela, Catting or Is minnows, the Ultra eaiiily Hit lino that will wholly you will not I"" you-t- nat moment. '"that nwlul 3f'i I i Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. ar I i, J ulieiinaTi V?' 'rifS3 Itmrii aif nil I TPIrI SreSKHI S&re t Next Door , but Your Roof Safe Asbestos Roofings J-- roJ. but can't prevent sparks and flying brands from lighting on your y u can pruvent them setting fire to it by roofing your buildup with .'J-- M All those indebted to the Lancaster PICTURE EXHIBIT. High School for taxes and tuition for Stormes. . the year 1916, will save cost and troublo At the Woman's Club room last Fri Graphite and Hcd Hoof paint at by calling and paying same as mv day afternoon there was on exhibition Stormes. books must be closed at once. Please a large collection of PaulSawyler's pic tures, kindly loaned the club by C P. Auto Tires, Patches, Pumps, Blow. attend to this. E W. Harris. Treas. lirower & Co., of Lexington. The picout Boots, at Stormes. tures were greatly enjoyed and n unTAG DAY. rent, for rest of this year. House for animous vote of thsnks was tendered Phone 43. The Civic Department of the Wom- Mr Ilrower for this rare treat. desirable location. an's Club observed "tag day" Monday Itcv, II. S. Hudson will conduct the at which they realized a little over fGO. Union services at the Methodist church This money will be spent in town, most LANCASTER MILL TO next Sunday evening. ly on the Park rind these Women de CLOSE DOWN JULY 1. Gas administered for extracting teeth serve great credit for their Civic pride and industry. M. S. Hatfield, Dentist, Through a deal consumated with the Lancaster, Ky. Garrard Milling Co, last Monday. Mr. W C T U CONVENTION Alex Wslker, proprietor of the Langome For Sale Range, good as new, The W. C. T. U. District Convention caster Mills and Elevator Co., will close nice furniture and lot of garden tools. convenes at Nlcholasville, Thursday his mill for a period of onoyear, taving Mrs. Naomi Hamilton. also leased the warehouse near the and Friday. The convention opens The About the only man In the world who Thursday evening with a matrons con shipping pens to the above firm. likes to hear other people's troubles is test. The delegates from the local deal does not go into effect until July Union are Mesdames KInnaird, Kirby, 1st, and in the meantime Mr. Walker the lawyer. will grind out his supply of wheat Higginhotham and Miss Helen Gill. A enrd to the Central Itecord from which he now has on hand. The GarI'.ev. F, M. Tinder announces that fie rard Milling Company takes over about BANKERS TO MEET. will ciou his meeting in Alabama about 2,500 bushels ot wheat which was the middle of this week and will fill his The Eighth and Eleventh Croup of stored in the warehouse. pulpit at the Christian church next the Kentucky Bankers Association will Mr. Walker has large milling inter in- Sunday morning. He reports a splen hold their next annual meeting at Ilar- - cstsMn Lawton, Okla., and it is his did meeting. bourville on May 2Gth. The people of tentlon to move there in the early sumthis hustling mountaincity are planning mer. Mr. Walker has leased the light to give all who attend a royal welcome plant to Mr. Itoy Schooler. MODISTE. Mr. Walker expresses regret at hav and the very best time of their lives. West Your patronage solicited. ing to leave Lancaster, but points out proiertv. Stanford street. that the prospects of his new mill are WOMAN'S CLUB OFFICERS so alluring, that from a financial standMrs. J. V. Akcr. At the last meeting of the Woman's point he cannot afford to disregard Club the following officers were elected LOST. fer the ensuing year. Mrs. H. Clay On Itichmond or Depot street beSutton, President, Mrs. T. Johnson MONTGOMERY IN THE tween Mr. Wesley Zonone's and Mr. Price. Vice President, Miss Helen Gill, Will ltomnn'K, a breast pin with purRACE FOR CONGRESS. Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. W. M. ple set. Kinder will please return to Elliott. Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Senator Charles F. Montgomery has and receive reward. Mrs. Itoman's Itobert Etkin, Press Reporter, Mrs. J. made good his statement heretofore W. Elmore, chairman of membership published and Is now an active candidate committee, Mrs. J. A. Amon, chairman for the democratic nomination for Conof entertainment committee. gress in this district. The present in Conn Brothers have recently concumbent, Hon. Harve Helm, has not tracted for large smoke stack for tne publicly announced his intention to be a STATE CONVENTION. Stanford Water and Ice Company. candidate, but his friends say that he The height of the stack will be 85 feet The Democratic State Convention will again seek the nomination. Mr, from the top of building and will be will be held at Lexington on Wednes erected In a few days. It is of large day May 24th. County conventions to Helm has heretofore proven himself to be a formidable foe in the political diameter and weighs 11,000 pounds. select delegates will be held on Satur arena, but friends of Senator Moqt day May 20th. An apportionment of gomery think that he will prove too one delegate for each 100 votes cost for ACQUITED. much for the lucky Congressman in this Wilson for President, was fixed at a Judge J. K. Williams was acqulted meeting of the Democratic State Exec fight. Senator Montgomery is a very popular democrat in the senatorial dis by the Kentucky Senate Monday of the utive and State Centrtl Committees. charges brought by the House, the im- Garrard county will be entitled to 12 trict composed of Casey, his home County, Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle. peachment charges failing on the second delegates. He is widely connected and has a host article by one vote, the count being 23 of good friends who have pledged him for impeachment and 12 against it. THE UNIVERSAL CAR There is only one reason why Ford Cars are 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 N0WI Runabout $390; Touring Car SI 10; Coupelet $590; Town Car $6 10; Sedan $710. All prices f. o. b. Detroit. On sale at HASELDEN BROTHERS. it largFsmoke stack. I I Not How Cheap How Good. v.- - 1 To tell the truth we don't like the words "cheap groceries." We much prefer to deal m 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. 1 in Exclusive Agent for Stones Cakes Silver Slice, Golden Sunbeam, Mephisto, Seven articles were dismissed unanimously and the vote on the others varied. GOING UP. dispatch from Frankfort says rates for hail insurance on burley tobacco will be Increased 33 per cent. It Is said companies haVe lost money on the business for three years, and the rating board will allow the increase cn burley, The dark tobacco rate will be unchanged. The present rate is $1.50 for $50 an acre Insurance, $2 on $75 an acre, $3 for $100 an acre. Premiums for the three years have amounted to $200,649 and the losses and expenses $250,000. A 3 Laboratories Examine! and approved by the Underwrite! under the direction of the National Board of Fir Underwriters SELLS WALKING HORSE. What is said to have been the best Plantation horse ever in the county, was sold last Saturday to Mr. It. M. Edwards, of Hillhouse, Miss., by Mr. John T. Hicks, of this city. The horse was shipped to Mr. Edwards last Monday and $300. they are weather-proo- f These roofings nro not only We handle them because they last so long and onJ Roof you can g va Ru:h Rood service. When you have a register it with the makers ' place it in care of tim--Myi- J.M Roof Registration fM, J-- Roofing Responsibility Registered that without saying. he will be pleased goes The price paid was Wo can iihow you Umt it pays to make your roof a J-Root Como in and lot us tell you. CONSERVATION CONGRESS FINE CATTLE. fl. H. Bastin & Son. BUGGIES. The best and cheapest on the market. All kinds of HARNESS. Perfect Satisfaction. OLD HICKORY WAS Runs Lighter and Lasts Longest. f ! WIRE I FENCE. When put up It stays up. Stoves and Ranges. They can't be beat for cooking and lasting. PLOWS That Satisfy. Best Roofing, Paints and Oils, pure Linseed Hot Cotton Seed. W A J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. Mr. J. M. Cress, of Preacheraville, had on exhibition here last Monday his fine herd of Aberdeen Angus cattle that attracted the attention ot many people throughout the entire day. Mr. Cress nas one o; the best herus ot this popu lar breed in the state. His prize bull, Wilson's Pride, according to good jud ges, was a perfect beauty and weighed INJUNCTION SUIT over 1700 pounds. A four months old calf caught the eye of Capt. A. M. Against Bastin Telephone Company. Ilourne and he purchased him of Mr. EASTER SERVICES. Cress Monday paying him $100 for it. Ileautiful and appropriate Easter ser He is a perfect type and the making ot The City Council at its meeting Tuesvices were held at the Methodist church as good one as his famous sire. day night voted unanimously to join Sunday morning and at the Chris last with the citizens in an injunction suit tian church last Sunday cveniug. The against the Uastin Telephone Company, pulpits were handsomely decorated with PROGRESSIVES MEET. requiring them to furnish telephone lillies and other appropriate flowers and The Eight District Progressives met service to the citizens of the town and the many children taking part in the exercises did well and showed that they in this city last Saturday and was county at one dollar per month, under had been well trained for this occasion. called to order by their chairman, W. a contract which has been in vogue for which was greatly enjoved and should P. Klncaid who announced the object of tht past 1C years. A few weeks ago the Uastin Teleprove a great benefit to them as well the call. The following were elected that after as the large crowd that filled both delegates to the national convention to phone Company announced be held in Chicago, June 7th: J. P. April 1st 1916 the rate for resident churches. Holtzclaw, of this city and J. L. Jesse, phones would be raised from one dollar to one dollar and a half and all business NEW CHURCH AT LEXINGTON' terson and A. P. Sanders, of this city 'phones would bv raised from one dollar W. P. to two dollars per month. The result Lexington Leader The officers of were Belected as alternates. a member of of this announcement brought forth u the Uroadway Christian church have Klncaid was decided to rebuild on the lot now cov- the State Central Committee from the protest from about two hundred citi The convention zens, most of whom signed an agreeered by the ruins of the building that Eighth district. Hon. Matt Holt and ment that they would refuse to pay was destroyed by fire some time ago, recommended and it is planned to expend $100,000 Leslie Combs as delegates to the Nat the advanced rate. Upon tho refusal in the conatrbction of Lexington's tonai convention ana uurton Vance as of some to pay the advance rate the newest religious edifice, according to national committeeman. Col. Itooae Telephone Company have disconnected them, which has brought the matter, to statements of members of the congre- velt was endorsed for President. a head, hence the injunction proceedgation today. Plans are being rushed ings. The council ordered its City Atto completion both in the matter of BRIDGE GIVES AWAY. torney, J. E. Hobinson to design and the financial canvass. Since The "Iron Bridge" on the Lancaster with the citizens in the Injunction suit destruction of the old church by the at once. The question will be decided fire, services havo been held in Mor- and Danville pike broke throughMonday afternoon, when a largo truck belong by the courts whether the company has rison Chapel of Transylvania College. ing to the Shelbyvllle and Mt. Eden this legs! right to make this raise In Truck Co., driven by Capt. U. Bur the rates. KENTUCKY HOME-COMINnett, and heavily loaded with house It is understood that the citizens 'At a meeting in Lexington last week, hold goodj belonging to MrJ. B. Parks, committee appointed at the mass meets for this sum- was about a Kentucky home-comin- g of the way across. ing held two weeks ago will soon make mer was discussed by representatives Only the wooden sills and flooring gave a report to the public In etfect that the way letting down the rear wheels, until proposed Increase In the rates is altoof Central Kentucky towns. The time will be August 7th during i the body of the truck struck the floor gether unnecesssry and exhorbltant sills were and without any legal right on the part the Blue Grass fair and Lexington will jing. More than twenty-fiv- e be headquarters of the movement to broken along the entire length of the ot the Bastin Telephone Co. This combring back all the residents of Ken- - bridge and it was almost a miracle that mittee it Is understood will recommend tucky who have sought homes In other! the whole machine did not fall through to the Council the sale of a franchise,. Hxlng the rate at much smaller sum States. All residents will be urged to to the river 30 feet below. write relatives to encourage them to The occupants, besides Mr. Burnett, than is now proposed by the Telephone come home again The last home com-- 1 were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Parks and two Co, and this committed will recommend All had considerable scare an organization of a local Company to Ing week held in Kentucky several . children. years ago when thousands of former but are congratulating themselves that purchase this franchise and Install a Kentucklans returned to their native the accident was not more serious, new plant and then revoke the license State to mingle with friends was an The bridge will be repaired at once ot the Bastin Co and compel It to re' move its plant out of the city. event to long tie rememoerea. wiui new noorwg ana sins, As a member of the National Conservation Congress Dr. W. U. I'ryor will attend the conference of that body to be held at the New Willard Hotel. 3 and 4th. Washington. D. C. May The railroad rates nave, been reduced very materially for this meeting. l)r. I'ryor will give you all the information desired. their active support. Both Senator Montgomery and Congressman Helm are good political fighters and we look for a real interesting contest for the nomination. Congressman Helm, of course, will have the support, and active support of the various appointees, with which he has been favored by the Wil Including post son Administration. masters ana rural mall earners ana their friends and connections. While those who have supported Helm here tofore and been disappointed will have an opportunity to show the weight of their influence against him. As to whether tho rank and file of the party desite to retire Congressman Helm and substitute a new standard bearer in the person of Senator Montgomery will soon be demonstrated. As the August primary will soon come around these aspiring democrats will get busy immediately presenting their claims to their fellow democrats. Raisin and Creole Fruits. JITNEY BUNS Received Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday afternoons. Theo CZZZ3C Currey. 1Z 1Z 1Z D florrarrl JUIillinrr Pa ucu i u ui Salt, Lime, Coal, Sand, Cement, Stone, milling uui H9 Hay, 0 " gg pj " 3 oats, Corn, c Brick. 2! trra 2 533 Straw, Mill Feed. 9 We buy and sell these items and solicit your business. Garrard Milling Company 1ZZDZ U HEMP SEED WANTED. Will contract for cultivated Hemp Seed, for fall delivery Can furnish Seed for planting. A. M. SHELY Hotel Kengarlan or F. B. MARKSBURY. 4 1 The Central Record, Thursday April 27 TO GROW CELERY. Old Mtthod ContrasUd With thn Ntw and On. Any person who ha ever grown liH own celery successfully lins no ileslro to eat nny other, mul therp M no rrn son why any una who has tho room t grow It should not have hN own win tor supply, ptijs the Clnclniintl I! tiulrer. Tho old method was tn dig n trcm' a fiot nnd n half deif. which wns Oil eil with g(Hd lu:iy and stabl maiiurr. In wlilrli I be rontig plan were et. Th tlrxt otijivthin to tltl wits that thow yottiiK pl.ints uti shaded ivut of (be tltne until th grew up to the top of the trench, mul In tho rITort to nrimtlli I hit itAtu grew them n mpidly that the stat: crew lung mid slender himI the iMitn did not tnisti out a llie.r kIiomUI. I'm: time to llrao. nn the plunti grew. Ih a oil from tho kIiIcm nr the trench fllled In iilniiit them. ulug the luind I w Fet It li'iont tlK' stnlhii. wlileh balk bronklng work nt the bct. the plants rmeroed from the trinn' tho soil wmk rkliail ntwnt them lie tiuontly until growth slnfissl. whew they were nllowed to ImiiiI unir. bleached. t'onipare this with tin? iww way fehft n strip 'of nellnw mmly fulliinlni; Mitiltucs In fivtl f tlx' Intte IHg tlie imil i were fertilised homily. tbe the width of two feet, ns deep top null, worl.mir hi a imtrh ftnb manure nt It will lake, tint pnithi It deep iluwa In the fintsiw a" ti iH but lii.vluic It halfwn.v -- up the mrrm. lll I v t so that when enured It more than four InrhtM f"im the ' the soli, n we tlonlre tbe rl'irutis iimii lis this later mi. to If yi; 19 i b. Tht 7 Ho Tires are Dttr Prince Albert will show you the real road to smoke-joy- ! "larger man Black-Trea- ds a L Type for 1 yps f G.C0MCII " rjTtM !M ty K.J. KrynohU ToImcco Co. Hi u sore tongue, without any comeback but real tobacco enjoyment I The patented process by which Prince Albert is made (and controlled exclusively by us) fixes that and cuts out bite and parch! create PRINCE ALBERT was mnde to before I tobacco where it never existed It permits men to smoke all thsy want without getting f j'liia maenw larger llrtn correspond injr Sizes cr. I Typoi of many other Tires for which oven h!?htr pr5c aro neked. It nwans, too. tho most generously mado FAI RIC Tirca cn tho Market, at any price. Manufactured by tho largest Rubber Factory Sn America, with a 47 year Exwrionco in Kublwr-workin- jr. r.d n Rcconl for DEPENDABILITY. wliic!t mnkea tho abovo statements worthy of jirompt acceptanco. Mado fron the new "Harefoot Rubber," which nivea ita maximum Traction with minimum Frico tion, with resilience, livelinosd and to Tires. lon-lif- TL'JM'ArNSD. U fIZE for Sisc. --M Typo for Type, Goodrich Tiiim niY nfl Inmii nil thn lamest nut out liv mm Mnkcr. nnd WILL BE SO ii comes right to your taste fair and square ! And it will do for you what it has done for thousands of men make pipe or cigarette smoking the cheerful-es- t of your pleasures I tint, lOct handtemm pound ana half pcund tin humidorm and in that clotty pound cryttal-gtat- t humidor wtth spongemolttcncr topthat kempt the tobacco in Much fin the national joy smoke Prtnn Albert It to ba hcj tvcryufhmro tobacco it told in teppyrrd bast. Set tidy red What we tell you about Prince Albert is a fact that will prove out to your satisfaction just as quickly as you lay in a stock and fire-u- p I R. 1. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winiton-Silei- thatimalwayt N.C ttSa Od lU til llir ts4 tim will rtad: nctM ralrm!tJ Jmir 3 1907 wLkb hit mnit f Sr fcei bclr pipe wUrt on ren "f yn ja Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 m t L ITheWomans Club (Kdlleil Woman. Clubi J 2fOVB AH OOO- OIO CUKE SO MHI Cocfnrt, Dtfdrtown. Kr.(un: "One drop of Reap cLkkro lulls tb worn aad retierc Um duck i ostanll jr. Itiiths Cholera. Ganes. Limberneck, Roud, Canker, Diarrhoea and all Diseases or poultry MT Mrs tad Coirintced by J. Robt btt pcewctrf Ky. 1 dropped down th MI vt a 1 have eret used. gipta Crnme, Birdstwn, OLD BY Price 50c it til Orn&hu. The Civic Department of the Womnns Club wish to express their appreciation for the courtesy and kindness shown them by the Editors ot the Central Record. Not only for the gift of the C. C. & J. E.Stormes. Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Fine Cut Flovsrs For Phones 339-F All Occasions. Prompt Attention "tags" for "tag day" but for their unfailing helpfulness in all work undertaken by the Club. They nlso with to thank the good citi zens and visitors who helped with their mites on "tan dav". The sum realized will all come back in some fcrm of improvement, or benefit to the town. The Civic work is folcly one of love, and interest in the town. 13 or 83. All Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. it- - MT. HEBRON Delayed Letter. Mr F. W. Montgomery is improving slowly. Mrs J as Stone is no I I Si s- writing. better at this One Million IN THE Peepie 1916. 4 Mr and Mrs Lee Grow have been in Lexington. Horn on the 13th to Mr nnd Mrs Tom Crank a baby boy. Car load Whippoorwill Cow I'eas. Hudson, Hughes & purnau, Miss Leota Dalton of London is the guest of her uncle, Mr. V. S. Howling, Mr and Mrs Thos Hicks and babv have been the guests of Mr and Mrs John Hicks near, Lancaster. Mrs. Samantha Parks died at her home near Locust Orove Friday morn' ing, interment in Fork cemetery. Sunday Schools of Kentucky MAY 7th, manent member. s You owe it to yourself and your State to attt nd Sunday School on May 7th. If you find there any good for yourself or uny opportunity to do good for another, become n per- - Kentucky Sunday School Association. i have the time or at.ftatne H lioncHt this soli If It lie Irfurr dlsglng. To do this, thro.- It t rlertr down to the snlwiil! for a width f tw feet on tlte fide of the row nnd allow It to lie n week nnd tiusi put It Inir and allow It to lie another week ts? fore digging. This must Ik done a soon in tho will can bo worked nnd not when the weather getH warm, n the koII shoulil net In) exxtsed to the hot sun. Ksnsldne kills vnt number of the Iieneflelal soli bncierln, without which no soil Is fertile. There Is no use tu digging up the ground Mwoen tho celery roots, ns this spnee neeil only lie Kept free from wmlj and used us n imth ns well Of course the celery nsxls should for jiu early tTup be sown In the hmo or grreuhou;e in Hats thinly, and when they have shown their third Iraf thlu them out two Inches apart In the tints and tdicnr them orT n half huh altoro tho crowns to make them Moot out. Tho liioro hninches you get the more heart there will be to the celery The heedliuiM should lie kept tu " warm, light place, but not In the direct rays ot the uii, or they will spindling In spite of nil you ran do. They may remain In the Mats until tlnic to trniiMilant them to tjio open ground, but If you hire not too many o handle It will tit n you to shift them Into other Hats, allowing them to set three luches apart nnd set them out atiout tho first week of June. The rows should lie leveled off before the planting is liegtin ami tho plant i set level with the top and Just ns deep as they ct In tho flats. It Is the Intcn Hon to grow them "Hat" Jibt tho snmo as beans or peas. Iho noil Is worked about them, but never ridged up or nl lowed to havo access to the heart of the plants. There Is n reason for this method of celery growing, or, rather, u number of them. The one which suggested It 1.4 the fact that nil tho diseases of n fun gous nature which altllct celery carry their spore In the soli, und It is these spores coming Into contact with the plants which cause heart rot, brown rot nnd nnthrncjiose, nil of which ren der tho celery plants unsightly and of. ten unsalable. Voti havo often noticed tho brown on the ribs of the outer stems of celery? This Is mused by nnthracnose, n funsous dlmsise. the spores ot which ale carried In tho soil. and when the soil is Imnked against tho plants three spores llufl n lodgment thereon nnd develop with the result stated. All this wo avoid fn growing celery "flat" nnd keeping the soil nwny from It, In nddltlon, tho idery plant, like others, develops liest hi tho full light, sunshine and nlr, mid It gets nil of theso when It Is allowed to grow normally as'nny other plant would. 1 t- Us-oui-e PRICED 1st, I'M, last year to Tirc-Uiwr- on thai s, osairu Paddod Prke-ListPriced co ivaaonnhlij low that ComjiQtitonj, vt)taen ptoducta are net comparable, claim sutorior-it- y oa tha acre strength of their Higher J'riccj Jxrqfita tliey demand from tho (and the s. bonis initiated by tho 1$. F. (Jmxiridi Kvetl mora Uum ?25.000,000 tltrougli iU iwopajjamla "Fair-List-" Irx'i' Qxl h Prices r.ro based on what it cottJ tho Lrj; ri 1 brctt cxptri .iaJ, rku''ber Factorj' to re lirtt, as ONE of tite Ii9 linon of Crudo tii'cUHi l:ub! jr Qoc-ifor which it s IrW", vx.d over which its Overhec J E . .:.cs aro t jl 30 r. 33 ...Fort! Sls Is. . . AS) j i 32xJ.').. x t5 r i i.r .'FAt.Hh". s rr-- i ia.oo , Zlxf i zr, x zy. .i .or 2.40 on Q 1 rXtrrms Htx houkl know, from this, vtar C ofltit ') "Barefoot" Tirw can 1 (as they U. t 3 on tho Market AT ANY PKICI-- ; thoajth c, xtei vi. tho tnodomta "Fair-List-" es irankl .'.u c.xir.Iy published lwrcwith. llg-ur- Th'J B. I GOODRICH Akron, Ohio CO. 1 If251 Lancaster Motor Car Our Good Percheron Stallion Co. Distributors for Garrard County. will make the season of lllt nt our barn. 3 miles below Iluckeye on the llu .'keye and Lancaster pike at the very low price of S10. to Insure Living Coit HAWK is by Landaras 14517.he sired by Kilo De Dominant U875. he by Domi nant, by llienfaisant, by Vermouth, by Vidoco, by Coco II, II by Viex Chaslin, by Coco 712 by Mignon, by Jean I.e Illanc. JIDam of Landara TTOl. .Shej by Kxtra and out of Linnet II., by dor I.ies-ur- e I.iesuru It., and out of Cullalie. II., sired by St Luurnnt, nnd avt of .vanhna II. Dili, falie by Tncheaii and lam lloquet b37. Tho sire of Taeheati (avoru 1st, 7iW, nnd sire of Iienuet. Coco II. II. HAWK is a irood indiiidual. and u superb sire, of splendid pedigree. SPECIAL TTRAiN EXCURSION 5 CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, May 1 Mrs Jus. Hamilton of Hamilton Val Easily Constructed Mirktr. Icy. Mrs Eugene Clark of ISoyle and A siicccsiiful gardener makes hl Miss hdith Montgomery of Lexington, rows straight nnd tho spaces between have been with their father, Mr. F. rows uniform. the It U not iieeissnry W. Montgomery who has been sick. to buy expenshe equipment for small scnlo operations. Proper distancing Tluwe from t. distance for the burial of Mr. 0 A. Uruca were Mr. and Mrs. between rows and straight alignment Will Vanderpool, Lexington, Mr, and Mrs. II. P. Johnson, Mr Hiram Johnson and Mrs. Walter Danny of Uurgin. Mesdarnes G. W. Thompson and M, L. Montgomery were called to the bed side of their mother, Mrs Cha Coulter who vvai seriously burned by catching fircj from nn open grate. Her daugh ters,. Missea Oale and Maggie were also enn bo hail by using tho Iiomciiiado contrivance shown In (lie nrcoinpauy-Inburned badly in trying to put out the drnwliig. A '1 by 1 Inch piece of Haines. wood, or ou-i-i u lighter strip. U sixictsl us desired anil wooden plugs, sharpAgain we have wltnetd the solemn scenes of ilrath und havo given up our ened to a dull Kilnt with tho iocket beloved brother, friend and neighbor, Lulfe, nro lnsenel flito holes intido by tho Tho plugs on one side uru Mr. G. A. llruce. Ho died at the home set nuifor. farther aixirt than on tho other. of his grandson, Mr. Uussell Vander- Auieilciin Agriculturist. pool, April 12th, after suffering more than fix weeks. He was 77 year of Fruit Garden an Esssntial. age, had ben u resident of this om-tuyni'- y IToU' Ill.mi' fllnni nrn for many years and n member have well Iiousm und burns of the Baptist church 41 yearn. Ho U'ltn tinvit tin fruit Lfiirilmif sttintp tli. was thu moat faithful number the man Mho bus not a homo supply ot church ever hail, lie hud lived n true fruit of vutlous kluds growing upou placu cannot bo considered iiu up to christian life und was over ready to de- his date farmer. fend the Faith once for all delivered unto tho Saints. He was ulsu u true mason and was a membr pf tho llry- antHville Lodge, was buried by thu Mu-- i sonic Orders, the Nicholasvilleandllry-- I Btitsvllln Lixlgts being represented, I Fumirnl Rprvtriifl wnrtt rnnilntml t lfi.it church by Itev. J. W. Mahan und Interment in Mt Hebron cemetery. He In nailed sanitary cans. Finest for tal.lo use leaves five children und a number of r.nd boLing; Akk your grocer for It. Houd grndchildreii who have the sympathy lo.itul card for bookkt of Prlza Ilocljivs to of their many friends, who feel that he P. DUFF & HONS 020 Duquisuti Wuy, ruuburgb, Pa. li also our loss. 4th $1.50 ROUND TRIP . FROM Junction City SPECIAL. TRVIU iHVES JUNCTION CITV 535 A. M. C. B. UARBERSON, Tkkct Arjettt JUNCTION CITY, KY. wt will make the season nt the same time nnd place at InMUi-- o A SU). Iliad Light la a bnv with whitn luiini. i: oara old, 15J hands high, bus plenty of body und mural stylo ai d action. Ho is a great borne ur.d gotxl ureeiier. He was sired by ited Leaf 2I3U1. record Trial. 2:1C, half 1;(XIJ. tho slro of Alary 2:28J and Ited Spite 2:201. He by C. V. Clay, record 2:18. us ursi uam was uy urantiy, rcconl auyj ie by I'riuceps. 2nd dam by (Hacks Hamlltonlan. 3rd dam bv Ited Wilkes Also at the sumo time and place will stand our pony MEAD LIGHT To llvlnjj Colt. Sheibarlt Is by Dock Gray, and Imported Shetland nnd out of Coys Shetland l'ony. Hhelhurk is G' tnees high, beautifully mark, od und Is u silendul individual and can't be beat under MiKllo nr harness. Slwllurk will ttaiMl at $10 00 to insure n living colt. Wh will also nt tho same time und place stand our big ft year old Jack, GREY TOM In Insure living borne mule and $10. to insure living mttro mule. This Jack bus u good broad bone heavy body und fine head and ears. Ho wus sired by illack Joe, lie by King William, Jr he by old King William, lie by Tom Sheilnck. 1st dam by Young Tom, 2nd dam bv Stonewall Jackson, llrd dam by Mogul. Illack Joes 1st dam by Uing Fellow, 2nd dam by Young Ilouibon Chief, 3rd dam by Illack I'runk, Tom wss sired by (Ireggo. Old'oui's 1st dim by Jason Walker's Castillion, 2nd dam by Illack Hawk. Money duu when mare is parted with, or bred to unother homo or jack. I. ten retained cm colt Curu taken to prevent until Bervica feo is paid. accidents, but not responsible should uny occur. at ti.00 Wi Funeral Office r gney Director ant) Embalmer. Kentucky. pti tam& aau Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Lancaster, uwt i RAY SHEUBAlsilC, Buckeye, Ky. AMON Phoue87-H- . mi i wii r The Central Record, Thursday April 27 1916. STILE If yon men and yountj men want style and fit In your Spring Suits we can furnish both and are prepared to give you a large selection of fabrics, QUALITIES GUARANTEED. Step in to our store and take a look at these Quality Suits for men and young men at Hi $201 House JLi iH!Oi W. SMITH 0, $18. 81, 5 SHOES, HATS, FURNISHINGS. Quality. TOLD A of m, m ft COY IT j Ky. mmfm , r lonnljr Court Days. Itichmoial, I'ltrin. lit. .Monday. Frankfort,' Monday. Harrotlsburg, 1st. Monday. Islington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2ml. Monday. Carlisle, Snd. .Monday. Danville. 3rd. Montr;. Ijiwrerteelrurg, 3rd. Monday Nk-lii)-. itle. 3rd Monday. ML Sterling. 3rd. MiHulay. Swmorsi't, 3rd. Monday. , Genrgr-titwn3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday Winchester, 4Ui. Monday. Montice'tu. Jlli. Monday. Versailles, tth. Monday lt. .!rda. lt. Professor Redd (No. .!.'I!M58) I HAMMACK Walker l'ointer visited his parents Sunday. Mr. Taylor llignight is very low with Cnldiron visited Mrs Dock IN LANCASTER. Our Readers Resident Known To All Relates An Experience vill Mmul tliis registered short tuberculous. Mrs. J. W. liurn hull rtt my place near Point At $2.00 Gash. ) This liiitiiloiiic niiim.'il is hy I'ollnl Kinji. 377390. tlnin My Hri-ilKmc (K!008. J. W. HILL. kI. MONEY TO LOAN on YOUNG John Morgan. 3705. I will itaml my Jack, Young Jolm Morgan 3705, for the season of 191G. at my farm 1) miles from Lancaster, on new Danville pike, a Farm Lands F. CHAMP, Kentucky. in amounts or $2,500 and up. $S. To Insure Horse Melt and $10. To W. Insure A Mate Mule. Young John Morgan 3705, was tired Morgan and was out of nn Cltirrns National Hank. Lancaster, ly John mill Imported Registered Jennet I.ii'n retained on all cults foi i!je sen-o- n which will be due if mare U traded or void to another party- - J. W. Sweeney, Lancaster, Ky. ill kK f JJlU- Everything That an Automobilist Needs Our Tires Are the Best. . ' M.f7Ji:t A 1 Our Accessories Will Tlease You. More Silo f Less Money , Mske no deal for a silo without Setting our figuies and futures. We give more and Letter anchorage. Stauncher door frame. Sleet. hinged, four.latch door. Sleet lep Udder, step every 18 inches. Uclter compare, live comlruction throughout. Our Gasoline Is Pure, rind the Price Is Bight. Our Gives Repair Satisfac- Department tion. Get Our Prices Before You Buy Our dirtA ihiprntnt of tipcnnitvn aiJa ny mor comp4n Uvt tn (! Jo (or Um money thtn un tv you. protvo If I with figmri it Car Storage a Specialty Try lis KENTUCKY SILO CO. W. I'. Kincald, Mgr. Stanford, Ky. bancaster Victor Car Co. Headers of the Record have been told again and again of the merits of that kidney remedy Mr. I,. W. McQuerrv is able to hop reliable, Doans Kidney fills. The experiences about m little on bis crutches. Mr. John Clark unci family visited told ore not those of unknown persons, living far away. The cases nre LanMr. und Mrs. It. M. McQuerry Sunday. caster cases, told by Lancaster people. Mrs. John Newland and son of MadiMrs. J. W. Pumphrey. Danville St . son county is visiting Mrs. Chas Dillon. Lancaster, savs; "I suffered a great Messrs John McQuerry and K. I) deal from backache and couldn't sleep Cook attended court at Lancaster Mon- well. On several occasions, my back day. became so painful and weak that I was I got Lincoln Prize Silage Seed Corn. unable to do my housework. Yields enormously in corn and silage. Doan's Kidney fills at It. K. McRob-ert- a & Sons Drug Store and they helpFor sale onl by Hudson, Hughes & ed me from the first. 1 was soon reFarnau. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Faulkner, Misses lieved." NO THOUIILK SINCE. Eddie Faulkner, I.ell Coldiron nnd Ollie Over three years later. Mrs. HumHall took dinner with Miss Eliza l'oinphrey said; "I bavent had any kidney ter, Sunday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Graves were call- - trouble since used Doan's Kidney fills " Mil to llichmond last week on account with such great benefit y Moherly a bunch of hogs, price 8c, also frice 50c at all dealers. Don't of the illness of their daughter, Mrs. ask for a kidney remedy get Doans a bunch from J. M. Sanders at same Henry Conn. Kidney fills the same that Mrs. Hum- price. Messrs. Jack McQuerrv and Oliver phrey has twice publicly recommended. Mrs. Viola Fain and children have re Church are abls to be out again after Co., frops, IiulTalo, N. turned home afier a pleasant week's being homed up for a few days on ac- Y. visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. count of measles. Mat Folgerof Somerset. The stork has been very busy the pait week. It left a girl for Mr. and CARTERS VILLE. Mrs. Dock Hendren, a girl for Mr. and BUCKEYE Mrs. Grover Gastineau and a boy for Mr. J. T. Allen has been very sick Mr. and Mrs. Hill Miller. but is now some better. Farmers are very busy at this place Mr. and Mrs. Ilynuin Davis are the now. proud parents of n fine boy. PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPMr. Hoy Sanders has purchased a Mr. A. It. Carter's little son has been new Ford car. very sick, hut Is improving. TION FOR RHEUMATISM. Miss Atrice Noel has been the guest Mr. Jeff Davis purchased a fine cow of Miss Puttie Long. llutiness and professional men of from J. L. Vanwiukle for $17.50. Mr. Jim rather visited relatives at large means who have taken expensive Mr. J. L. Pitts was the guest of D. Kirksville last week. baths at famous resorts and have spent money lavishly to rid themselves of the M. Carter and family last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles were in Mrs. Pierce Allen was the guest of Micholasville lust week. tormenting iigony of rheumatism have Tuesday. her mother, Mrs. Kliza Conn turneil to Itheuma und got. well. Quite u number from here attended goes in, poisonous When Rhcuma Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Todd and family, court at Lancaster Monday. serretii.us go out. No opiates or nar- w ere the guests of J. T. Allen and famMr. and Mai Carter and family were cotics nre used. Itheuma drives out the ily lust Sunday. guests of Mrs. Mead Teater Sunday. cause of rheumatism and speedily Mr. and Mrs. George Davis and Miss Mrs. Harrison Itay entertained at brings comfort and health, und most Lily Coldiron were guests of Mr and dinner to a few of her friends Sunday. druggists will admit it. Mrs. Ilynuin D.ivis, Sunday. Mr. A. C. Miles bought from Ware Twu bottles of Uheumu will cost you The Diitrict MUsinn Hoard of the in Jessamine county u cow u dollar at It. K. Mcltoberts or any unci calf Wiiite Lick Sunday School will meet ut for $10. druggist, und if tills purchase does not the Curtersville Haptist church April bring Jou the freedom from puin und Mrs. Lora Noel and family have re23th. Everybody invited to come. misery jou expected, your money is turned from a visit to relatives at Genuine German Tennessee millet Adv. waiting for you. Uryantsville. seed, red top cane sed, Hungarian Mr. Diliurd Sebustian has returned seed, soy benus Hiul cow peas, for to Georgetown college after a visit to MAKKSrsUUY sale by Hudson. Hughes & Farnuu. friends here. Mr and Mrs. Arnold IJryant, Mr. Mr Win. Tuggle lost 28 bogs recentMr. und Mrs. Will Wlnttuker of Nina Due Parsons and family and Miss Myrly with choleru. tle (truckman were the pleasant guests Aere guests at the home of Mrs. U. W. Tom Chei'iut bought n road horsu oft!. S. Red vine and family. Sunday. Suudera Sunday. from llowen Fox for Jl 10.00 Mr. und Mrs. Ed. Arnold spent the Mis Kllen Hill and brother, Mr. I.u-Mr. Tom Clieiinut went to Danville week-enwith Mr. Thumps Arnuld and Hill, Miss I.uc.lle ISull.rd and Mr. Fred Sunday to attend Easter services given Maggie, Mrtle and family ut Lancaster. Anglin. Mls.-e-s by the Masonic older. Miss Minnie Pearl Drown entertained Corn Carter were pleasant guests of Miss Mary Chesmit has returned from Mi?s !''Nr Davis last Sunday. a few of her friends very pleasantly lledgeville nnd Ilustonville where alio ednesduy evening. lias been visiting friends. Mr. Wesley Walker nnd family, of Our flour is guaranteed to please jou. DYER, Danville have been the guests of Mr. TENN., MAN Wo have !. In sacks or barrels. und Mrs. Kemp Walker. Hudson, Hughes & Furnau. YEARS SUFFERED Mr. und Mrs. Uuscum lirown have Mrs Jim farks died last week of moved fiom Winchester tu the home incident to old uge mid was hur- J. T. Csstleman Finds Hope Fulfilled of ids father, Mr, L. F. Drown. After Passing Threescore ried in Fork church cemetery, Satur Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whittaker and Years. day afternoon. Her hu.bbiid and son. family were guests of Mrs. Arch WlntMr. John Parks of Dewitt Illinois, J. T. Castleman of Dyer, Tenn., tuker at Kirksvillu Sunday. were debarred from attending the bur- - suffered from stomach derangements Dr. G. I). Lillurd and Miss Helen iul on account of un epidemic of small for forty years, taking all sorts cf medicine, following all kinds of med- liipy of Lawreuceburg have been the pox In the town. ical advice. guests of Mr. und Mrs. A. C. Miles. In all tbo forty years, ho said, he Our "Garrard County Yellow and never had a real go6d day until ha BEWITCHING HAIR tried Mayr's Wonderful Hcmcdy. Then Garrard County While" seed corn Is ho discovered something, Let his let-- ; carefully selected and high test. FOR EVERY WOMAN. tcr tell about It: Hudson, Hughes & Furnau. "TIio first doso of Mayr'a 'Wonderful Mr. Muse Davis died at his home in Don't neglect jour hair girls; you'll Itcmcdy catibed gall stones to pass do. be sorry later on if from me. I am leellng much better Crab Orchaid, Thursday night, April mind about the things you have tried; than 1 have ever before. I am CI, lllih., and was biiried nt Lancaster years old aud I had never beforo en-- Saturday morning. Shoit bcrvices never mind what peopl say. jojed ono whula good day. were conducted ut the grave by Itev. Just remember this: i'uiisiau Sui,e "I would not glvo tho ono bottlo He was in his will make hnrsh hair softundluxuriiint; you scut mo for nil the, drugs and doc-- . Ciere. i year and hud been a member of the will riu the scalp of dandruff, stop tors' mcdlclna that Is madu." hair and scalp itch, and impact thai Mayr's Wonderful Itcmcdy gives per. Christian Church for a number of years Four children are left to mourn his refreshing comfortable feeling or mnnei manent results for stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments. Kat as much nnd loss; Mrs. Harrison Kates, ol Crab returned. whatever you llko. No more distress Orchard, Mrs. Mullfuiger, of LexingIt's u delicately perfumed liquid flee after eating, prcssurn of gas In tho from uillness and as one woman reniurk- - stomach and around tho heart. Get ono ton. Mesdames Wilscn Napuir and Will ed, "Parisian Sage puts the radiance bottlo of your druggist now and try It Soldom of Frankfort, lie had u numof sunshine Into my dull looking hair' on an nbaoluto guaranteo It not satis- ber of friends and relatives at this place who attended his funeral and exand makes It beautiful and lustrous." factory money will be returned. It. K. Mcltoberts sells lots of it and alFor sale by It. K, Mcltoberts und all tend much sninpathv to the bereaved family. ways guarantees it. other reliable druggists. Ilvndren last week, time-prove- Mr. George Preston is reportid better ut this writing. Mr Irvine Clouie continues quite ill with throat trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ilarker were visit, ors of Mr. nnd Mrs. I!. J. Sippto. Mosc Hay bought n bunch of hogs from Irvine Clause for 8Jc per lb. Cement. Wood fibre plaster, sand, rock, screenings, lime, bricks, etc., for snle by Hudson, Hughes & Furnau. Miss Wilma Hay is spending a few days with her Mrs. Mnry Fain. Remember preaching at Scotts Fork the first Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. Mrs. Mary Sanders spent Monday with her daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Johnson of Lancaster. Jim Clark and John Adams bought from Walden Hros four loads of corn price $3.50 per bhl. A. T. Sanders bought from Willie grand-mothe- r, m CITY ORDINANCE. Don't let your vehicles go to tho scrap heap. With little work make them look new by using and small cost you can aim-pl- Foster-Milbur- n f k 40 ' )u Ne-'c- r ' sixty-fourt- h fall-in- SINKING FUND. cents upon each $100.00 property It is "made especially for worth ofpurpose of liable for taxation providing for the for the refinishing vehicles. Paints ainuing runu, me revenue arising irom ap- S which is anuurtioned as to thu ilema nf and varnishes with one expenditure as follows: 15 cents on plication and is very durable j eacn $iuu.uu oi property iiatile lor taxation for the purpose of providing the Ask for Free Paint sum of $1500.00 to meet nnd pay the Booklets and ColorCarda interest on the bonded indebtedness ot the city, which becomes due in May and August, 191C, respectively; 10 cents up A Pee Gee Finish on each $100.00 of property liable for taxation for the purpose of providing Every Purpose the sum of $1000.00 for the ultimate redemption of the bonded indebtedness of the city and all revenue over aud beyond tho sum of $2500.00 raised by the said levy of 15 cents on each $100.00 worth of property liable for taxation shall go to the general revenue fund and the same is hereby apportioned R, E, ratably among the several items of expenditure there under. WATER WOKKS REVENUE FUND. 2nd. 10 cents on each $100.00 worth of property liable for taxation for the purpose of providing for the deficit in PREACHERSVILLE the Water Works Revenue Fund arising from the excess of the expenditures Mrs. I). T. Lunsford is quite) sick. for the Water Works system, above Mrs. William ltanke is sick at this the revenues arising from this levy to the extent of $1000.00 shall go to the writing. Wnter Works Revenue Fund and used Mr. Owen Duvall is reported as being in defraying the current expenses of some better. the Water Works System, hut all revenues over and beyond $1000.00 arising Born, to the wife of your correspond from this source shall pass to the Genent, a nice bey. eral Revenue Fund and the same are Miss Lillie Hallard is at home from hereby apportioned to the Account of General Claims against the city not school ut Williamsburg. otherwise provided for. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Aker have gone GENERAL REVENUrl FUND. to Lancaster to reside. Forty cents upon 3rd, Section 1. Car load brown whippoorwlll cow peas each $100.00 of property liable for taxHudson, Hughes & Furnau. the purpose of providing a ation fur Messrs F. F. nnd Samp Cummins nre General Revenue tund for the payment of the fullowing items of expenditure; building a veranda for Mr J M Cress. 10 cents upon each $100. of property Mr. Phil It. Thompson bought liable tor taxation for the purpose of lb hogs of Mr G L Iilankenship at Tic lighting the city; -J cents upon each $100 ut property liable for luxation for Miss Katherine Melvin is the guest the purpose of pacing City officers' of Mrs. L. L. Sanders at Crab Orchard salaries, Z cents upon each $100.00 of Mr. W. C. Iilankenship bought a cow property liable for taxation for the purpose of building andmaintainingstreets und calf from Mr. G. L. Ulunkenship in the City of Lancaster; 5 cents upon for $G0. each lW.uu VI property luuie lor taxation for the purpose of paying all genJones L. Anderson has engaged cljims aguinst the city not otherlb hogs to Center liros, for May eral provided for. wise delivery at $8.33. Section 2. That there be and there Mr. Woodson Carpenter, who suffered is hereuy levied for the Year U10, upon every mule inhabitant of the City of much with a bursted ear drum, is able years Lancaster, Ky., oyer twenty-on- e to be about his work again. of age u (Kill tux of $1.30 for the purund maintaining the Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Cress went to pose of repairing highways in the city, Nicholasville Sunday to visit their sor. streets nnd public the revenues urUing fiom which shall Joseph, who is in school there. be used for the said puriose. section 3 All rev.nuo derived in Itev. McCnmuhn will be here the Sill '""''HT.'f-.Vlr'rVTSunday to preach ot the liaptist church: ' ru lu "T V enerul He is a student at the Theological Sen -- City anl shall be used to pay thu exinary ut Louisville. penses and liquidate any claims against the city not lierel provided for. Section 1. -- AH other revenues of the city, including licenses aud back tax collected fiom all source, and all revGood Health enues from all other sources except those arising from the Water Works System are hereby apiortioned to thi Doubles !he Value (ieneral Revenue Fund and shall be used to pay all general claims against the City not otherwise provided for of Your Section 5. All revenues arising from j the Water Works System is hereby up-- i portioned to the Water Works Revenue A half sick man ts not Fund, and shall be used in paying the worth half pay. A man or exneiifes of mainiug and repairing the In poor health wonjan Wuter Works System makes a poor leader, a Section li. -- This ordinance shall take poor sort of a parent effect from mid after its passage, approval and publication as required by The value of Peruna In law. the homo can scarcely b Davidson, Mayor, L. estimated. It pro von ts Attested. j L. G. Miller. City Clerk. N. many of tho common It Is an excellent remedy for coughs, colds, catarrli. grip, spring fever, Law. Jofferson "School , Carriage Paint An ordinance levying and providing for the collection for the year 191C an advalurum tax on all property subject . to taxation in the city of Lancaster and j a poll tax on each male inhabitant over twenty-on- e years of age and apportioning nil other estimated revenues. The City Council of the City of Lan- ' caster, Ky., do ordain as folljws: Section 1: That there be and there is hereby levied for the year 191C upon each One Hundred Dollars of all the assessed and assessable property, real, personal and mixed, tangible and Intangible, of every kind and description liable for taxation in the City of Lancaster, Ky, an ad valorem tax of seventy-fcer ts fnr the several purposes ive and the rate for the several items of expenditure apportioned as follows: lor FOR8AUBBY its S Services ttrcd-ou- t feeling. &f Bit down and think It over. Boa whether you can afford to fjo on holt sick. Some reopla prefer Psruna Tablet, to the fluid 1'eruna. i I I. ft. Ilth wm. obru.Ot. S. KM- - I ..K,ii.rn.J.B.l. InuuM fur bkr. t .H.UI.fc Wm to U court. llbr.rlrt, Htt help hurv.ii. Tullu. M.llflMfU'U.hffrtlkl.u.uWcu.4.r ..tiuWui. Uili IHietuu. kUblQC . COMPUTE TWO YKAK IXIDKSt iUuuJtf.r.vrluru,.riu nxioTT tma akek, st, Lousiiii. &r. The Central Record, Thursday April 27, 1916. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Elkln who have rented the place for this year. I " incorporated, Rev. and Mrs C. S.. Ellis Messrs IN MILLER HOME IN FROM HIS LIFE $1.00 a year. (Stephen and .Morris Todd. William, issued Weekly. Edmund nnd James Harve Ralston, and Remarkable Story Is Told By Ohio Man JESSAMINE. Chester Metcalf, Misses Lula McWhor J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Who Has Been Restored ByTanlac, Ethel ami Orn Eatrldge, Salh 'I . r The old foundling, once, Woods. Chastino Rucker and Chrlstln R.L ELKIN, Locnl Editor nnd Mtfr. "I have been able to Work only about believed to Have been Jlmmle Glass, Metcalf attended the B V P U conven six months each year for the past ten or Jersey Uty, will remain In the tion in Richmond Enured at th !'ot OBIe In ijinemer, Kf tho past week, years. care of Mr. and Mrs. Link Miller at ai Second CUm Mull Matter. "But I haven't lost a day's work their home near Nlcholasville, ac-- j since,! began to take Tnnlac." Uember Kentucky Press Association cording to the Information brought to and This is the statement of David II. Lexington Monday night by 11. F. i ii i . i i i i Bitri,e r i i i Case, of ML Healthy, Ohio, near Cin Hambrack. 701 East Seventy Eighth District Publishers League street. cinnatl. Mr. Hambrick was disappointed in These two short sentences contain as not being allowed to bring tho child April 27, 1916 Uncasler, Kr., high a tribute as can be paid to a med to Lexington with him to raise In his iclne. Tanlac is literally putting money own home. He stated to The Leader into David R. Case's pocket every day, that he felt that he and his wife were Rates For Political Announcements He can count its value to him in dollars In a position to give the little fellow For Precinct and Citv OflUca ...S COO a chance and a good education, nnd IsbbbbbWbbbHHMMsHU i and cents. 'or County Offices 10.00 "Six months n year for ten years, ........ . ..uc iv lvf 4,ii. and District Office 15.00 ror State To the averago man this means thou olasvllle Monday he had high hopes F. MONTGOMERY. VALUE OF FARM MANURE. 10 For Calls, per line sands of dollars. It may mean the of coming back with the lad. 1 he Central Record is authorized to 10 For Cards, per line A week ago, Mr. Hambrick bccime Enormous Lois of F.rtillilna Materials announce Hon. Charles F. Montgomery difference between want and plenty. For all publications in the InterMay Provanttd, of Liberty, Casey county, as a candl. It means five years out of a man's life, creatlv interested In thn nAivanntwir est of individuals or expresMr. Case's story will strike home to reports of the failure of Mr. and Mrs.J Prtparrd by United Hmtea department a! date for the Democratic nomination ncncuiture. sion of individual views, per thousands. Charles L. Glass, of Jersey City, to Tho high prices of potash line 10 for Congress In this, the Eighth dis "I suffered from a stomach trouble identify the youngster as their child, ' phosphate at thli time nru ami ncld causing Obituaries, per line 05 trict of Kentucky, subject to the prl' so serious that I could not work more who was stolen from in front of, much concern ninonc farmers trim i1 mary to ue.nem tne lirsl Saturday in than six months out of a year for the thelr summer home at Greeley, Pa., pend upon commercial August. In making this announcement, fertilizers I "There last May. Friends of his who resided supply thcuc We are authorized to announce Miss Senator Montgomery is responding to past ten years." he said. constituent . for the sue- . . ! would be dull, constant pains in mv ! t -. t county ccssrui production ot their cropi, in lu.i aet.iuii ui Jennie Medina a candidate for County the solicitation of prominent Democrats School Superintendent of Garrard all over the district that he stand fo? stomach and shooting pains in my where the family of Link Miller lived If the farmers of this countrv Imd nl nau told him or the attractiveness of; ways fully appreciated tho truo vnlua County, subject to the action of the this nomination, as well as a laudable breast, bick and arms. "Everything I ate seemed to disagree the waif and his evident unfavorable ambition to represent the eleven counDemocratic primary August 1917. of farm manure and ucd It on their ties of this splendid district of Kentuc with me. I discontinued drinking coffee surroundings in the Mi'lcr home. Mr. land the present situation would W ky in the halls of congress. His friends for a year, but that made no difference Hambrick determined to adopt the much leas acute. Tho annual l.ws f We are authorized to announce J. O, say he has been assured of the support in my condition. I simply could not child If possible and to that end made fertilizing materials li cnonnoiw In Bogie, as a candidate for the Democ a vim to tne Aimer. of a splendid organization In every get anything that benefited me. this country through corclen lmndllns I saw the remarkable praise Tanlac ratic nomination for County Court county in the district, and Mrs. Miller told Mr. Hambrick that of manure. This lo rnn be easily that he starts Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. was winning, and more In desperrtioi. she had grown very much nttachrd to prevented In n large measuru by proper with the enthusiastic support of a ma anything else, I decided to try it. the youngster since ho had been n I method While many of Handling. jority of the men who frflve won Demo than We aro authorized to announce Joe cratic victoriet in the counties of the I believe that 1 would be shirking her care and she was lothed to part1 real duty if I failed to tell my story. witri him, but that she felt unable to Hamilton as a candidate for County district in recent years. give him the advantages of a good Court Clerk, to fill out the unexpired Senator Montgomery is already well remarkable as it may seem. "I have now used two tattles of Tan home and schooling that he could term of J. W. Hamilton. Subject to known over the counties of the Eighth the action of the Democratic primary district. He has served four years as lac. My appetite has returned, and I have in a more financially nourishing' August 1916. State Senator from the counties of sleep well. The pains nre rare now, family. She agreed to a conference ' Casey, Boyle, Lincoln and Garrard, and and, best of all, I can work all the with Mr. Hambnck nnd Judge Phil-- 1 We are authorized to announce Hun those who have examined his record time. I feel stronger than I have in l ips in regard to the child and this was set for Monday. Charles F. Montgomery, of Liberty. with a critical eye say that it is with years. "Tanlac has done worlds for me. It Mrs. Miller brought the boy to Cajey county, as a candidate for the out a flaw. In that he has always ben Judge Phillips' office Monday nnd Mr. Democratic nomination for Congress in found voting for fundamental Demo has doubled my income". ' It is human nature for Mr. Case to Hambrick met them there. The conthis the Eighth district of Kentucky, cratic doctrines, and always with the subject to the primary to be hild the best interests of the people and the believe that he is the exception and ference lasted over an hour, but in first Saturday in August. wishes of his constituents constantly in not the rule but his story really is not the end Mrs. Miller asserted her ina great deal different from the state- tention to keep the child for her own. mind. Judge Phillips stated that he had no Senator Montgomery is one of the ments uf many thousands. Tanlac is being especially introduced authority to take the boy from Mrs. young Democratic leaders of the state GRANT. in Lancaster at R. E. McRoberts store Miller and deliver it to an orphan's with whom rests the future of that The death of Miss Lou J. Grant, after party. Born in Lincoln county, the where the Tanlac Man is daily explain home or to the care of Mr. Hambrick, a brief illness came as a shock to this son of a beloved Christian minister, ing its merits and the results that may and so the mission of the Lexington man was fruitless. Mr. Hambrick recommunity and to the people of Gar- Rev. J. Q. Montgomery, he moved with be expected from its use. rard County where she was so well and his father to Casey county when a Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby turned to Lexington last night and reported his disappointment to his favorably known thru her newspaper child, where he has since made his cities. Paint Lick. J. N. Metcalf ; Becker & Ballard; Little family. work. She was first taken ill with home. After graduating from Tran Hickman, Collier and Bruner; Berea, I had hoped to put the little fellow grippe and no alarm or immediate dan- sylvania University and studying law ger was felt but her heart became in- at Washington and Lee University, he S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug n school here." said Mr. Hambrick volved which was the cause of her entered upon the practice of law at Store; Junction City, Reynolds and and give him the best I had in the Liberty, and has made a signal success Evans; Richmond, H. L, Perry & Son; way of protection and care. He Is rather sudden and unexpected death. Jle is a splendid Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros ; Burgin, G. such an intelligent yungster that it She died last Sunday morning, just in his profession. with the awakening life of a beautifnl speaker, convincing and keen in oratory, T. Schoolfield; Danville. John S. Wells: seems a shame for him tj bo "Luried' Easter Sunday, as the birds carolled and he will be heard and judged from R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster, and W. C so far down in the country, I regret OAUNTAnD UAXl'lm OOI.K1 TO WAHTC very much that I was not allowed to ine coming oi me baiter morning, ?s tiie stump all over the district in this I West, Silver Creek. adopt him but there was no law to farmers arc getting tho roost from the the rosy fingers of the orb of day tinted campaign. Up until a few years ago ., ' ... take him out of the hands of the manure produced on their farm, yet the eastern sky with a sheen of glory, n..... county, LI. nome, .was in tne vuacy nis n many, could well emulate tho HORSE SHOW DAY BRINGS Miller family." Lexington Leader. just Ai thousand! of voices all over this "bloody Eleventh" district, hopelessly fanner In this matter, who aave-- i broad land of ours wero repeating the Republican, and the metal of which carefully and utilizes every iouik1 of GOOD CROWD BUT manure available. golden text, "Now hath Christ been Democratic workers had to be made in The farmer who feed as lunch live raised from the dead, the first fruits of combatting the Republican hordes had FEW HORSES. stock as iosslbIe may figure that lie Several times them that are asleep," she fell asleep. to be staunch indeed. receiving a double remuneration from Surely, a most htting time for a pure under the leadership of Senator Mont fits crops first, from thu marketing of spirit to take its flight heavenward. gomery tne Democratic banner was The automobile came near putting feeds through live stock, and, second. With the eye of faith one. could sea at carried to victory over the normal Re the Horse Show out of business last I. D. D.. the KTeatnt of skin remedies, from tlie fertilizing substance which the dawn of this memorable day an in- publican majority of 500 in Cr.sey. He Monday, judging from the number of will remove tboae unilebtlr and troublearc left in tho manure. Practically nil visible hand wave a signal and a voice was himself elected County Attorney, machines on display, while the horse some a akin afflictions that have made jour of tho nitrogen. phobpbomn and potash burden. That Intolerable Itching, life in sweetest- accent on the mcrning and later led the ticket to victory in the show was not up to the average by any burning and dlarnmfort will disappear unmagic Influence ot this reniedr. It which are In tho feeds nre recovered In county judgeship and county attorney means. A good crowd lined up on Lex der the Incuryou breeze say; ''Behold the mnnuro from live stock. All land ha cured many caws pronounced able caie. shall all be changed.. ..this races at the time he was the party's ington street however and looked care Just and will reach yourate-- ) In It will tako owner, farmers nnd llllent of the soli and ask u a few moments t la the war should always bo keenly conscious of what our experience has mortal must put on immortality." For nominee for State Senator three years fully over what was on display. of aatUned customer!. We want vmi tn the Sabbaths of earth the now enjoys ago. He knows what it is to fight for Carlton Elkin was driving W. B, rive II. U. D. a trial. 25c, 60c and $1.00. this fact and employ method of man agement accordingly. unless tho fir.t the never ending Sabbaths of heaven; what Democrats want, and his friends uurion a uieucner and he had many Your money back D. I. Soap keeps bottlo jour relieves you. I. It U n well known fact that tho ant she lived a consecrated Christian life say he will make just that sort of cam admirers who pronounced him one of skla healthy. Ask as about It mal ues tho nitrogen, phoaphoru. and died a triumphant death. For such paign for the nomination, and if nomi thj best gaited horses ever shown For 15 Tears potassium and other elements of the fTst a one we can truly say "O death where nated will carrv the Eighth district here. He looks all the winner' this the Standard foodstuff to build up the body, carry 1 e year and will probably be handled for is thy sting? O grave where is thy over the common enemy by an Skla Keatcdy on tho work of tho body and to pro- majority in November. duco milk, work, wool, etc. At thu the fair circuit. victory"? R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster. Ky. same tlmo wo must remcmlHT that all Senator Montgomery has been i N. W. Rogers drove his handsome She was born in Lancaster May 2nd. of these processes lnvolvo tho building black stallion, Rex McD. and he 1SC2. In her young life she confessed staunch supporter of President Wood up nnd breaking down of body cell, Christ under George O. Barnes and row Wilson at all times, is fortunate in was very much admired and complinnd the component part of these PAINT LICK united with the Christian church, being never having been embroiled in faction mented as it was his first appearance broken dowu cells are thrown orf n baptized by Elder Rlcketts. She grad- fights which have often hurt the party, in the arena around here. He is well .1? waste matter. Mr. Tpm Logsdon was in Richmond uated here under Mr. George Dunlap, and is in every way remarkably well gaited and one of the fastest saddle In this wato matter wo have the delivering the salutatory of her class. qualified to carry his party's banner to bred horses ever shown on our streets. Monday. foodsame elements as were In the Except In case of Mrs. R. G. Woods spent Tuesday in stuffs consumed. She has ranked always as a woman of victory and then to most ably represent While the crowd seemed to excite him, his people in the congressional halls. growing unluml, whoso bodies aro Inhe gave llleucher a good race and won Richmond. culture and refinement, and withal a In size, practically tho numo much applause from the crowd. woman of heroic mould in bravely Mr. A. B. Estridge and Miss Lena creasing of nitrogen, phosphoruil and amount Artist Peavjne, the beautiful young spent Mondry in Crab Orchard. meeting the stern requirements and KIND WORDS potassium nro voided lit tho manure in Btallion, shown by John Ball and owned often the disappointments of life. Her Rev. C. S. Ellis attended the council were contained In the food. eaten. by Mr. E. Dunn made a good imlife was gentle but like the still waters Tho exact percentages of theso subFROM JESSAMINE. pression. He is by Kentucky Peavine meeting t Berea tho past week. it was deep. In her heart of hearts she Rev. W. M. Eldridge attended Pres- stances voided by live stock varle and dam by Ky. Artist. carried her small family circle, never within wide limits, detruding largely The Central Record, of Lancaster, . High Preston another good saddler bytery at Perryville tho past week. upon tho ago und kind or animal forgetting an anniversary and all of recently issued a "Third of a Century Mr. Auther Eldridge of Center Col- amount ot food eaten, work which the was shown under tho saddle by his these days were made much of by her, Anniversary Edition", consisting of her hand never growing weary and her sixteen pages. Besides being replete owner, Mr. J. F. Foley and was well lege spent Easter with the home people nulmal Is doing and various other fac tors. A young and growing animal restep never faltering in ministering to with news features, it contained a num spoken of. Miss Mnrgnret Cook, of Lancaster (bene elements In Ray and Anion's handmme Perchcon, spent Easter with Miss Mary Moy tains a largo part ot them. For years she has been a valued ber of biographical sketches accompan tho growing tissues ot tho body, A contributor to numerous newspapers, led by pictures of a number of Gar Hawk, made a line show, a splendid Walker. dairy cow uses n portion of them In the Central Itecord among them, and rard's leading citizens. Under the able likeness appearing in his advertisement Rev. Eusiell Noel, of Stanford, has tho production ot milk. A bard workuntiring elTorts will be missed by editorship of J. E. Robinson, and th in this issue. Hisbeautiful pony, Shel- - been the guest her n of his daughter, IMrs. ing horse orIX) mature fattening animal voids from to 100 per cent ot theui. all of them. superb piloting along the Btream of bark, was looking his best and was J. B. Woods. Is thcu evident that a largo tier It Born of illustrious ancestry, splendid- commercial prosperity by R. L. Etkin, very popular with the crowd. Mr John Todd, of Oklahoma, has centugo of the elements of plant food The white and black pony of W. II. ly reared and educated, strong In mind, the Central Record is forging to the capable and conscientious, to our' hum- front as a typical repiesentative of the Burton's Rarlowo, was shown under been enlled home hv the cnticsl illness removed from tto soil by growing crops remains on tho form where these of her father, Mr. William Todd. an view it would have seemed better art preservative. All in all, the Rec- halter and is a beauty. Miss Agnes Henderson and little crops aro fed and that thu manorial "Torr.mle" Doty rode tho spotted that one so equipped and needed should ord, like wine, Improves with age. valuo of foods Is In direct proportion pony of Mr. Steve Carrier, and, of Miss Mary Agnes Brown, ot near Lan- to their composition. have been spared, yet in the Divine Jestumine Journal. plan we see that course, the children were all admiring caster, have been the guests of friends When tbo fanners of our coun In this community. try thoroughly appreciate tho actual The sixteen pages gotten up by the him. "Leaves have their tlme'to fall, Ollie Johnson is tho proud owner of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hollzclaw Miss amounts ot fertilizing constituent Kecord, Lancaster, was uentral (!) And flowers to wither at the North something to be proud of. It was an Brilliant D., his handsome grey Per- - Minnie Gulley, Mr. Bourne and Miss which aro contained In farm manures Wind's breath. indication that J. E. Robinson and R. eheon. Ho Is a model of this type and Bourne of Lancaster attended Easter and Intelligently caro for and utilize tho manure produced on their farms And stars to setbut all, bervlces at Mt. Tabor Sunday. L. Elkin know what good journalism is. everybody admired him. they can save millions ot dollars In The beautiful sorrel, Golden Emerald But the Record is always full of good Thou hast all season for thine own, Rev. W. M. Thompson a returned fertilizer purchases, and tho necessity reading, and Garrard county may boast owned by Yantls and Embry was ad Missionary of tho North ' Brazil Mis- lot depending upon tho purchase of O death." of one of the very best weekly papers mired by ull, having plenty of size, sion was the guest of Ins friend, Rev, Itheso fertilizers, followed by tho oc-- ! She leaves one brother. Dr. Hugh ' in the State. May your boat still have style and conformation. W. M. Eldridge the first of this week. currenres of crlies In the fertilizer tit-- I Grant, and two sisters. Misses Ida Mae smooth sailing on the sea of journalism Huffman Bros, made a good show uatton such as now exists In somo sec Mrs. E. L. Wood, was hostess to the and Li it) Grant, to mourn her loss, yet is the wish of the Jessamine News. tions, will bo largely decreased. witli Rex Helton, Jr. He has the size members of the rook club on Thursday she leaves them the rich heritages of and ronformation. Dainty refreshments were faith, hope and love, as applicable to Quite a number whose advertisements afternoon. How to Grow Sweat Clover. Thrift Propaganda. served and'u delightful afternoon was the material as the spiritual world. "Ono ot the easiest ways to get a A Tbo thrift propaganda undoubtedly appear in this Istuo of tho Central spent. Brief funeral services were held at the will have the effect of making many Record were unable to have their start with sweet clover," says a writMr. Williams Grimes and Miss Eliza er lu Farm and Fireside, "Is to cut home Wednesday morning at 10:30 pooplu tako greater caro of their dimes horses here but If you will just glance o'clockby Rev, II. S. Hudson after which and nickels. When tho latter multi- over the list in this paper, you will beth Eldridge drove over from Stan-- 1 any found growing by tbo roadside, Interment took place In our cemetery. ply into dollars the will power for sav- find the cream of the stato right here ford Sunday afternoon for s flying. the rsllroid right of way or In cemeThe large gathering of neighbor and ing dollars will have been formed In near Lancaster or adjoining counties. visit to Rev. W. Al. Eldridge and teries, and haul nnd spread It directly on your pastures, Impoverished (daces friends, the expressions of sympathy a way parallel to that by which phys- They are all good ones and standing at family. Cut In meadows or cultivated field. to the bereft brother and sistets, and ical strength came to the Greek hero reasonable prices. Read their pedMr. and Mrs. Lewis Guyn have and haul the sweet clover when it I a t!f. profusion of floral offerings, attested who began by lifting a calf and lifted igrees carefully before you mako your moved to their farm and for the re- -j tittle d.inip to prevent scattering of the tS tt every day till it became au ox. her popularity and worth, I decision. mainderof the year will board with seed." The Central Recoro LOST FIVE YEARS FOUNDLING WILL nruaitr Abilmll four-yea- tr, , 'ssHssHVtaH -- l- - Scientific Farming a I I fs!S ! R. E. McROBERTS & SON. - TO THE - CITIZENS OF GARRARD COUNTY. On July the first 1916, I close my mill doors for the time being. All parties that have flour in my mill on deposit aro requested to take same out on or before that date. I want to thank the people of Garrard County for their patronage they have given me in twelve years that I have been in the milling business. It har certainly been appreciated. I leave the state after July the first with a warm spot In my heart for the people of Garrard County. Respectfully, Kuro-pea- ALEX WALKER. Famous Wash Heals Skin la 1 - International Stock Food Halls Hog Cholera Remedy. Snoddys Hog Cholera Remedy. Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy This is the time to use it as a cure or MMaMiaiH DT McRoberts Drug Store IF I 1 1 ! DR in 6ASEY Hiis Found thu Body uf I J ft i I I VILLA n silver mine in l I i 1 I I the silver is tainted by such body and we will sell ull Slt.VKR-WAR20 per cent LESS THAN ANY ONE ELSE just to get rid of the STUFF. And while you ure loading up your wagon with Oils tainted Silver Just take a look at our $40.00 RAILROAD WATCHES for $20.60 and our $1.00 Nickel Watches for $2.76, "THIS WEEK ONLY." If you see our daTnty GENTLEMAN'S 12 size Watches In 20 year cases from $8.00 to VMM you will buy one, thu price Is 2f per cent below the market, and If your watch needs repairs give It to us, we will make it run lik VILLA, "no Stops.'1 Mexico RAILROAD MEN i E s i take our advice and you will wear Diamonds "IIUY FOR CASH" and save the CO tr cent you have been blowing, you will thank me some day If you do. m Winslow r--i Jewelry & Optical Co. Danville, Ky. Onnnsltf f!nnrt. Hminp. - 1 1 The Central Record, Thursday April 27, 1916 Prices - Down Go The a. HHH ULUB sea- - All these- beautiful new spring suits at greatly reduced prices. Come early and get the pick of the sons smartest styles at prices for below ordinary. THE JOSEPH See Our Beautiful Line of Spring Foot Wear. EE CANTILE Do Not Buy Until You Have CO tOIIMl)firi luig j I gtmoy Inspected Our Line of Floor Coverings. TO OUR CUSTOMERS rGossip About X'COpiC Brltf Mention of the Comlngi and Goings by Thou Wt An interfiled In. A (i When you ca.l central over the Bastin Telephone Co., please make note of what you want, the date and the refusal of the Bastin Telephone Co., to connect you with our store, over their phone we will do the rest. We politely ask you to do this for our benefit. . Respectfully, Mr. Dave Thomas, of Stanford, was here on business Monday. Mr. Kov Arnold of Danville, of the court day visitors. was one with J. R. Mount, Son & Co. The Square Deal House. SK Mr. Jesse Lynn, spent Monday his sister, Mrs. J no. Mount. 8 Si g BEAUTY AND ATTRACTIVENESS OF OUR I s HI ' Mid-Summ- er Hats Come and Will Appeal to You. Inspect Them .Mr. Richard Strong of Cincinnati was the guest of Miss Helen Gill, Easter. Genial Ike Dunn of Danville was one of the Court Day visitors In Lancaster. Mr. ThadN. Aldridge of Stanford, 7 was mingling with our crowd Monday, Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph and son, Adolph were visitors in Danville Sunday. Mrs. Maggie (lover, of Stanford has Ml been visiting in Lancuster the past V week. Mrs. J. D. Gulley was in Lexington last week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ike Dunn. Mrs! John Shackelford and children left Monday lor a visit to relatives in 8 g Richmond. MRS RELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS. 3C 3C 3CZZIC ONE THOUSAND HOUSES IN GAR- Mr. Howard Goodman and bride, of 4 Crab Orchard spent EasNr with Mrs. Jas, Tucker. Senntor Hubble, wife and daughter, Mrs. Martin, of Stanford were over for tho day Monday." Mrs. J, J, l'ursley, who has been visiting in Glasgow and Louisville, has returned to Lancaster. Mr. Howard ltice of Richmond, Ind., is spending the week with Mrs. Frank Marksburv on Danville strcit. Dr. Vm. Ilurnett, of Shellvvile, was shaking the hands of numerous friends here the first of the week. Miss Vlrgie Conn, of Wilmor;. and Miss Daisy Pipes, rf Danville, paid the Record otllce a pleasant call Monday. RARD COUNTY ARE SUFFERING FOR Delay means more final COST. Paint now and be dressed up for the sum-- mer visitors. Splendid showing of high class values for inside and outside painting at Mrs. Karnau and little son, Kennedy, have returned from u weeks visit i to her sifter, Mrs. Hanks Hudson, of Danville. Stormes Drug Store; 2d 3L HE" IE 1Z DC DE3E ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at The TvLVilSLVL irnm 11 ii for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks n Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Plant and Cultivate a bank account with us and REAP the harvest of a competence. - offer for sale publicly a franchise for furnishing electricity to the City of Lancaster. All persons or corporations who are interested in the purchase of 8uch a franchise aro requested to look over and investigatu the proposition and submit to the City Council a bid. together with any contemplated system proposed to be installed by such inter ested party and the lowest price for electricity proposed to be chargtd. It is the intention of the Council to have prepared and offered for sale a fran chlse incorporating and including tho and two othei schoolmates constituted bid most favorable and beneficial to' the at tho home of people. This bid together with any The quarterly observance of the Com a jolly house-part- y munion Service was held at tho Presby- their schoolmate, Miss Estelle Susony. proposed plan should be made and sub' terian church Sunday morning conductMrs. J. E. Stormes, Mrs. F. D. Gain mitted to the Council at an early date. ed by tho new pastor Mr. 11. S, Hudson. es, Mrs. F, P, Frisblo and Miss Helen The purpose, of this notice is to en The Chautauqua Class held its week Gill, of Lancaster, are in Danville to- able the Council to preparo and sell a ly meeting at the home of Misses Mar-th- a day attending tho Women's Presbytei franchise to the person or corpjration electricity and Helen Gill on Wednesday of ian Society of Transylvania which is in who will agree to furnish the people at the lowest last week Instead of Tuesday, the us session at the Second Presbyterian to the City and the price, and the person who makes the church. Danville Messenger. ual time. lowest and best bid will bo favored and considered in the preparation and sale Mrs Henry Adams. Mr. It. L. Walker, of Nicliolasvillo Mr George D. Burden, one of the who has recently returned fiom a sanatorium in Iloston, is here on a visit to most popular men who ever lived here, was mingling with his frienus here last relatives. He now represents the Ger-maweek. Adams, a student of the Miss Mattie Insurance Company, with week-en- d Richmond Normal spent the at Louisville. Mrs. Nackio with her grand-motheThe Missionery Society of the PresMcGrath. byterian church met with Mrs. lien Mr. Ellis, pastor of the Ilaptist Hudson last week. Tho subject under church of I'aint Lick, with Mrs. Ellis, discussion was The Panama Congress. have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J, V. The Chautauqua Club met with Mrs. Holtzelaw. Frank Marksbury Wednesday. N. Mr. Ollie Wallace of Wilmington Miss Remit) Lear who is attending C, was in Lancaster the early part of college at Petersburg, Va., rpent tho the week on a business trip and shak Easter holidays at Bristol, Va. Shu ing hrnds with his many friends. Messrs A. V. Kavunaugh. Jas. N.. W. II. and Sam Denny were f ntertain- ed by Dr. M. K. Denny for dinner ' Monday. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph and Miss EmMiss Snllie Lutz of London, hns been ma Boner were in Danville, Sunday. visiting Mr and Mrs Hob Cornn, Miss Leila Beatty, the popular clerk Mrs Sallie Lawson and Mr and Mrs at Joseph's, who has been ill is now Edd Ros nre visiting in Lexington. back at her post of duty. Mt L. L. Walker has gone to Mar Mrs Thomas M. Wilson of Bowling tinsville, Ind., for n stay of ten days. Green, arrived yesterday for a visit to Miss Elizabeth Gibbs has returned her parents, Mr and Mrs J. R. Mount. home from a protracted visit to LexAt the Presbyterial meeting of ington. Transylvania Presbytery, which met Mrs Will Cook Is in Louisville the in Danville, Lancaster was honored by guest of her friend, Mrs Earnest two of her women being given imporMrs. Fred Frisbie was tant offices. Sprague. made Presbyterial President and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Dan Traylor, of StanMnrtha Gill Secretary of Literature. ford have been the guests of Mr. and Little Miss Judith Smith, who has Mrs. Zanone. been the guest of Misses Jane and Dr Hugh Grant was called home from Mary Doty for the past week, has reNorfolk, Vn , by the death of his sister turned to her home in Danville Ky. Miss Lou Grant. While here she was entertained by Parn Mahan. of Williamsburg, has Master Ssufley Hughes, for tea and the beep the guest of his parents, Mr. and picture show, by Mrs.E. M.Walker nnd Miss Tommie Francis each for dinner. Mrs. W. M. Mahan. The Womons Club held a call meet"Bob" Walter, who can sling "doping at their room yesterday afternoon es", limeades and soda water with a dexterity and proficiency that has made when much business was disposed of. him famous, is over from Lancaster to Dr. and Mrs Grant and Mrs Graham preside over the fountain of the Lin- Price of Danville were here for the coin Pharmacy. "Bob" who is a great funeral of their relative. Miss Lou favorite, especially with the fair sex, is Grant. being given a cordial welcome. Inter"Hrother" Turley, of Richmond, was ior Journal. here Monday talking Ky. Red BerkMrs. Rockwell Smith Is visiting her shire hogs and shaking hands with his sister, Mrs Hugh Fleece, in Louisville friends. ..Little. Miss Judith Smith is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ruble, who have Lancaster friends. Miss Jennie Lackey spent the winter at St. Petersburg, of Lancaster, has been n recent visitor Fla., have returned to their home ncur 10 Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Price. .Mrs. William Farnau and little son, Kenndsy Uuena Vista. of Lancaster are ggests of the family Mrs. Cornelia Clay who has been visof Mr. Banki Hudson Mr. and Mrs. iting Judge Lewis Walker and Mrs. G. Raymond Haselden, Jane Haselden, Mr. D. Robinson for the past week has re- and Mrs. Jesse Sweeney and daughter, turned to her home in Richmond. Martha Ward Sweeney, of Lancaster, Sunday Danville Mr and Mrs McKee Rifle and Mrs were in Danville Messenger. I la 3 Foster, of Stanford motored here yesterday, Mesdames J. R. Mount and A party in the nature of an Easter W. R. Todd accompanied them back to hunt was given, Sunday, by Mary, Stanford. Clementine and Loretta Elsener, at the home of their parents, Mr and Messrs Joo Kavunaugh, Arther Following the and James Woods, all of whom Mrs Joseph Elsener. nre making good at Center College, hunt for Easter eggs, various games RefvethnVents were spent their Easter vacation with the were played. served. Those who participated were, home folks. Thomas, Lillian and Ruth Evelan MilMrs. Ed C. Gaines gave an elaborate ler, John Berry and Mary Morgan, dinner Saturday in honor of her sister, Margaret, Kathleen, Gorden and Lau Miss Annie U. Royston of Chicago, who rencc Woodyard, Kathleen Haggerty, is spending the Easter holidays with Gertrude Langhnrn, Aleen, Francis her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Roys-to- Josephine and Dorothy White, Pauline on Hill court. Schwartz, John and William Elsener. Miss Rubv Thompson has been the Charleston Gazette. The above are guest of her cousin Mrs Lindsay House of Mr of Nicholasville, Ky. She woa enter- and Mrs N. Miller of this city. tained at a well appointed six o'clock dinner, Saturday evening, by Mr and e n grand-childre- n r I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, v. : Good D j FARMER'S old COLUMN nil joo,,. ii i ft FOR SALE family Tiare. four year Jim Hatcher. For Sle:-Flower- s and shrubs. Mrs. Chaires Walters. Hemp Breaks made and sold by W. F. Parks, Paint Lick, Ky. dpaco below tbl. heading It toi the oiclu-H- e ute of our farmer nl.rlWra.Dd la for he ule ot nock, giamaud inch thmrs on farm aa lue farmer cniiiioi afford to adrer-tlaNo notice will oe accepted oter lour llnea. and will bennljrin 'wo ln.nea of tho Kcosn, free of charge White Lead and Re&dy Our line of harness is the best that can be found and our pricey are the W. E. Mois has six fresh Jersey W. J. Romans. lowest. for sale. All good ones. paint at Stormes. Mixed House cow's at reasonable price if Rooms for rent to desirable parties, rented-n- t once. Bina McWhorter, Paint Lick, Ky. Wanted. at White Enamel's and Varnish Stormes. Stains Eggs For Hatching. M rs Fred Conn. Route 1, has some pure Brown Leghorn eggs for sale. 15 for 60 cents. 100 for $3.00, 200 for $5.00. bushels of JCultivated Hemp Durable Outside and Inside Varnishes Seed for fall delivery. Phone Glass & at Stormes. Glass, Camp Nelson, Ky. 500O Let us paint jour Buggy and AutoResidence and Shop For Sale. mobile. We use the proOwing to my health will sell worth cess of pure linseed oil and lead. the money my residence and shop with W. J. Romans. one and half acres of land in Buena Vista. Shop has established trade ol Robinson and Oats bought seven COO 28 years. Call or write pound steers of Currey Robinson for 1 J. E. Scott, Buena Vista. $45. a.head. '' I will have flowers for sale again this Pope and Robinson sold 14 calves to year. I have rooms adjoining Lackeys Ira Grimes, at an average of $25 a head store on Richmond street. or about ten cents a pound. Miss Mattie Estes. Barred. Plymouth Rock eggs, 40cts. Tne handsomest line of Buggies ever per setting. seen In Lancaster, and no advance in Phone 395-- J Thomas Ray. the price. Let us Bhow you Will furnish hemp seed and buy your W. J. Romans. cultivated seed in fall. See A. M. Shely, Hotel, or F. B. Marksbury. FOR SALE Best sow and pigs in Garrard county. Ed. C. Gaines. For Sale. Silver Laced Wyandotte eggs at COc per setting. Delivered at Lancaster. FOR SALE. J. B. Lawson, Stanford R. 4. A Singer Automatic Sewing Machine . Phone Lancaster exchange. in perfect condition and will sell cheap. Apply at Central Record office for inJim Hamilton has lost a formation. red steer. Last seen near V. A. Lears 310-B- scales on Lexington pike. ELECTRIC LIGHT FRANCHISE Notice Is hereby given that the City of Lancaster, Ky., will at an early date John M. Farra sold two nice suckling Hi acres of land near Hyattsville mule colts to B. G. Fox, of Danville. station on Kirksvillepike. Groom house for $100, each. Mr, Farra also buUght and a brood inure and mule colt of Arthur Fannie I). Russell. Beazley for $1.. 1 Lancaster.Ky. 3tpdR. F. D. No. Cultivated hemp seed for sale or let out on shares. FOR SALE. Geo. T. Brown, R. F. D. 3. 3,000acres of fine Alfulfa land on nib. In ttfeu a, nf Miaa!.,ot.,l Sometimes. 5.000 acres of Alfalfa and grazing lands "Dar's a silver llnln' to every in Alabama near Q. & C. R. R. Write cloud," said Vnclo Ebon; "but sometimes It's foolish to stand around look-ifor description and prices. fur It, 'stld o' h'lstln' a umbrella." , J, E. liigginbotham, Wasblugton Star. West Point. Mias DO YOU KNOW Your old carpets and cast oil clothing makejbiautiful Rugs and that I will sell vou at half nnce a enmhin&tfnn Vacuum Cleaner and Sweeper to keep j vnlll-- miit FOR SALE. ,1n I mo. Fannie Bishop. DON'T KEEP HENS. Make Your Hens Keep You. My Single Comb Brown when eggs are high. Leghorns lay Setting eggs IS for 75 cents. 100 for $1.00 CASH. Erie C. Farra, Box 272, Lancaster, Ky. By No Means. Buck Varnon. Will also at same time and place stand a PEAVINE HORSE at $10. to Insure a living colt. All will stand P. Dishon's farm on the Crab Orchard pike S mile frtir Lancaster, Kentucky". Mares grazed at $2. per month. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur of the franchise. T KY. u Qfe Citizens National Bank 0E LANCASTER, ROYAL BAKING POWDER AkmrnMely This. April 27th, 191C. L. G. Davidson, Mayor of the City of Lancaster Ky Black Jack, with white points, 151 No, Clara, outstripping one's rival higb fine breeder and great in does not necessarily mean a bettor har.da dividual. A Jack of fine bone, and ac. sbow lug." Life. tion. Will stand at $10. to insure a living colt. CORTRIGHT TIN SHINGLES. The best and only real good shingle on the market today, I have the exclusive agency for this shingle in Garrard county and can put, them on myself at a reasonable price. If you are in need of any roofing or building of any kind, give me a call. C. S. Koop. Carpenter and Contracter. Cartersville, Ky. IS. V. HUDSON. W. 0. P.IQNIY, Job A't Cub'r. CHAMP, J. Walxek, Jli., W. Cashier. F. President. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. r. Pure No Alum No Phosphate )lrtuo and Riches. "I cannot call riches," says Hacon, "better than tho baggage of virtue. Tha Roman word Is hotter, 'Impedimenta,' for as tho baggage Is to an army so aro riches to vlrtuo. It cannot bo spared nor left behind, but it hlndcrctu the march, yea, and the caro of 'It sometimes loseth or dlsturbeth tho victory." ifW, W. P. Dishon. r The Central Record, Thursaay April 27, 1916. lrnvr a wife nnd five children. Mm enjrlno Hi May was struck by n mornlnj; anil inilanlly killed. Mm. DentlicraRt hml bien In Kwr health for tome timt' ami It i thought that she dlil not realize tin- - apiirmich of tlin . tram im aha was walking down ttief track. The deceased was about AO' nnil ts survived by a hus years nt band ami futir children. Tho Interment occurred nt WowUtock, 1 ulaski county. Allrt DenthcriiKi' of Itowlnml, R0UR RON II0G CHOLERA REMEDY CHOLERA, WORMS. COUGH, THUMPS. Il ilritrott i!iiri mum. irmlitrs the Iwwrli, sili liMtlin snd nj In cum boil littrn quKVtr. I'e It ontrlU c,lentmflnthitnnli nd jci,r rsr s hot will TrcTf nil nil Cures 9 Q Q O lcr hits choUra. Csili Ilon'l Hail until ihtr hrk. IWpa nl Vttp Ihf nt ftr ffom worm am! diw.a nOL'HDOrt MEMCHY COMPANY, ntr ft sii ' If .l.ilun. lk' nwifleint At All ilrustMt. K,. frh lim. Sold in Lancaster, Ky., by J. Ii. Mount, Son & Co. New Line of Up-To-Da- te 3; 9 O i Farm and 3. Garden POTATO DISEASES. BUlfn 'f: II fas M AND ALSO Bite 9 m m Matsrial of Every Itecriplioo. SCREENS. o WNDOW 9 ME LET US KNOW your wants. We figure complete jobs. agriculture 1 Scnli nnil nt her tmliiln dinnine ins tx ireventeil wltlilu limits liv thctrrn niciit of xeol iiiitnloo w Hi fiirtnnttl liydo nr with corrmlve nulitltuute. The object of this treatment l tit destro; tlio perms, which might olherwliio lx planted Willi the seed and llifret the new crop. Only surface Inftvihui however, are reached In this way. inn tho method Is only partially elTrctlvi npnliKt deep pita of enminoii mi Such dlscac 11s tho miwiilc leaf rotl and curly dwarf run not U r111H1.1l this way, l'lirthorinore. the illslufee tlon of tho need will not It1 effective the soil In which the potatoes are planted Is already full of iIIm-iihlVspltn Its llml.ntlons, howeter. the illlnfectl"ii of seed mtnt rs Is sulll elenlly errectlve ninilnst many ilhe:ie Tubtrs Etfscll Olilnftctlon of Agalnit Many lilt. (Prepared by UnllH Htatea i1inrtment ' 8d Prasier Eoad Carts at prices right. Sec US in rcrjurd to putting on your RUBBER TIRES. We handle nothing but the best ijrude of rubber Prices riht 9 9 9 9 BECKER In the t'ulteil agriculture In useful and oeo-j In disinfecting with formaldehyde the potatoes should l winked lefore culling fur two A In n aoliitlou mado tiy mldlng onehours w pint I gallons of V of formuldehydo to thirty tw may usiil rewater. This solution iienteilly. Corrosive sublimate Is tls a newly erected cottage on Miller St. at the rntn of Mmm fur oiii nmt STANFORD for$l.R0u. Mr. Hill and family will half to two hours. Two ounces of the l dissolved In hot water , salt should move to this place at an early date. THr. Clarence Green was in town T. K. Watson is in Lexington this and diluted t'11 mako fifteen gallons Monday on business. No. 6053. Mrs. Samuel Menefee and little son, This Is deadly poison and must be .week on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ilinom Davis are re. Rowland l'eavine chestnut stallion;! J. I'. Easlcy of Danville, was here Samuel, of New York, who hnvp been used with tho greatest care. Moreover, joicinp; over the arrival of a fine boy. visiting relatives and friends in Dan- , it attacks metnl ami therefore sbouM star and snip, foaled May 14th. 1912. several days this week. ville, for several days are here the be kept In wooden, porcelain or glats Misses Lizzie and Nancy Tankersley Sired by Rex l'eavine 1790. by Rex AIr, J c aya pent evera, days guests The same solution ahoiWil not of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mer.efee pent Sunday with Miss Thelma Rob- McDonald 833, by Rex Denmark 810. ast we,k in l,ii,vie. te ned mort than three times, as the inson. 1st (lam, Uourrtoiilue 91V7 (I'm sister J. N. Menefee, Jr., attended the Dis- strength diminishes with each lot of William Thompson of Mt Vernon, n.... ujr in.t.n.. iiic-. . Airs. V. II. Smith and Mrs. Sherman lu uuuiuuii a ileal; 1... ijuuiuuii ru:-- fi t f l trict Convention of the Progressives at IKitatoes soaked in It. Robinson, were the jmestsof Mrs. Boss 970, by Harrison Chief 16C6, by Clark The corrosive suhllmnte Is regnnldl Lancaster Saturday. Mr. J. F. Iloltz-claMr. and Mrs A. 1. llunn and Mrs. Chief 69 Robinson Monday. was chesen as a delegate from as more effective than formaldehyde. particularly ngalnst iwiwdery scab nnd 2nd dam. Judy Oliver CJ07. by Red J- - C. Reynolds are in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Green, of Lan,lhi Eighth district, to attend the contho black wlcrntlii of rhlzoi'tnnla, some j caster were the puesta of Mr. S. T. Cloud 2197, Indian Chief 1718 wiss Saie Kevn0,j,( of Mt. Vernon, vention to be held at Chicago. times called rusM-- t scab. 3rd dam, by KinK 2197. u the altrnctivt. t;uest of lMr8. E Green Saturday night and Sunday. 'f , largo unutllles of sciil tatoos James B. Adams and Miss Ida Wrenn 4th dam. daughter of fcims' Clark jjrown Thero'will be n pie supper at Woods-vie,., w 01 me nasi r.nu, were unneu in mar-- 1 . 1,. ..r Lhiei2ou. MIB Jennie Duncan, of Lancaster. school house Saturday night, riage at the court house here Wednes-Rowland l'eavine is u beautiful chest ct uinm n slightly elevnted plalfonn, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Char April 29. Everbody come and help the day morning by Supt. Garland Single Tho holes should be pluggeil up, tin1 nut with star and snip. Stands 15 3. .Bchool kiddies. lotte Warren. weighs 1,050; four year old. As you will ton. Mr. Adams is a son of Mr. Zack barrels llllnl with potatoes nnd these Mrs. W. It. O'Hannon and Mrs. W. Adams, of near Crab Orchard and a covered with the hulutlon. After two Little Miss Loraine Davis gave an see from the breeding, he has the blood Easier party Saturday afternoon about of the best show horses of Kentucky A. Carson have been visiting relatives well known farmer The bride is the hours the hole should lie oli'iml ami twenty of her little friends were and is one himself. You should see and friends at Lancaster. accomplished daughter of Mr. Uurdine tlio solution drawn ofT and poured Into method Is to prebent and an enjoyable time was this horse before booking your mare. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones are the Wrenn of Crab Orchard. They Iibvh nnother Imrrel. Another trough, Inti l.irgu wooden Mil or use spent. guests of her parents Mr. Jind Mrs. E. the best wishes for life of much Breeders of tad lie horses rarely ever JTiwhlch the potatoes are lowered in have the opiwrlunity to breed to u liorse 11. Norman, nt Walton. Ky. and happiness rope and pulley and later sacks by LOWELL as fashionably bred at the small fee of hauled nut. drained nnd dried. miss r,Dim urigni 01 Kings Moun-The burial burial of William H. Mur In addition to disinfecting the M11I tain, was liere Wednesday to attend hy, who died $15.00 To Insure a Living Colt. at the hospital in Dan Iiitatii iliseilaes , Mr. and Mrs. W A. Henderson's! y Ih- - avoided tosoiun the Wrenti-Adawedding. ville Friday night occurred here TueS' extent by attention to soli conditions. ' baby ia quite sick. He will make the reason of 191G at Mrs. T. K. Watson went to Laneas dav morning. Mr. Murphy und family Common scab, for exninple. ulilnm . T. Nunnel- Messrs James and Milford Lee were the stuble just bac't of ter eme.uav to spend several days iiaj ,,one , Danville to attend church. gives trouble In acid soils. On the ,. .. ...... in Lancaster Monday. ley s noU!.e on street wiUl , when he was taken violently ill at the other hnuil. u neutral or slightly nlkaMoney due at birth of olt or when rUrs. John Tudor, of Manse, visited I.linln homo of F. K. Trihble. He was moved lluu Bolt favors Its spread. Miss Male IllacKerby. ot Falmouth, mare is narUd with or bred to other Ihet mother, Mrs. Davis Friday, noil mifillenttiiri tt friwh tiiriimni. ivimit will arrive Saturday to be the guest of from there to the hospital, where he uslies, nltr.ilo of soda nod ground Mr. Omue McKinney and family are stock. Mr. Murphy hnd bone, therefore, may her brother. R. M. Illackerby and wife. died of pneumonia. Gni"S at 10 cents per lUy. under certain visiting Mrs. Ed lirown this week. been in ill health for some time. He conditions prove Injurious to the crop, The Woman's Club has received 75 load Whippoorwill Cow I'eas. Car whllo (M phosphalu and sulphate of new Ixwks which h ivn ben catalogued "C. Hudsor, Hughes and Furnau, ' ammonia tend to diminish send. Pow and are now realy for. distribution a', dery sculi Is worst on cold, wet or The pupils of Logan's Chapel School the Library. KENTUCKY. poorly drained soils. Loss from ihlzoc- enjoyed aji egg hunt Friday afternoon. STANFORD, Mr. ami Mr. S. il. Allen and childtunla may be minimized by brtnglnx Ma Lou Kuhlumn was the guest of ren, of Millersburg, have been the tho land to tho best pmslblo Hatn of 39? "Mrs. D. W. White at Paint Lick Sunday. tilth. This disease occurs to miiuo ex guests ot her parents. Mr. ami Mrs. tent In nearly nil soils, but Is worst 1 II. P Woods. Mrs. Layton and Mrs. OUlron, of when other conditions nre unfavorable I'aint Lick visited Mrs. S. 1. Davis, Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr. , returned home e, Mrs. Jay McGce. 0! tu the development of tho potulo plant. Thursday, Wednesday night from Cir cinnati.w here Tcsrs, wr'tes: 'For Mr. L. H. Davis, of Livingston, she is been tlie guest of her mother. nine (9) years, I suilcrcd with About Wire Fencing. Mrs. Bruning. visited his patents, Mr. und Mrs. S. 1. I had terwomanly trouble, 'llie best kind of wire fencing to iujJL 1 Mil Thuiaday. Davis u erect di'iiends on the puriKwo for which rible headaches, nnd pains in Mm Lucy Leu Walton left Tuesday tho fence is Usui. On ti farm where Miss Ida Mae Hurtu spent the weekfor AtUnta. Ca., to visit her .uncle, my back, etc. It itemed as II mixed tyH's of live stock are kept a Mr 'I ho.nas Walton and family for a I would die, I suffered so. At end w.th her parents Mr. and Mis. gcuerul purpose woven wire fabric Is n Wm. Hurte, Sr. last, 1 decided to try Cardul, mouth or more. needed. If only cuttle unit horses nre the woman's tonic, and it Quite a number of young people sp nt Mrs. Beverly Rout, who underwent to be pastured coarser and less exhelped me fight away. The an nitration in Louisville Wednesday, a mcst enjoyable evening with Ml s tensive woven fence can lie used. full treatment not only helped Florida Iloain Saturday, nluiig nicely her friends will When fencing Is needed to Inclose exis me, but it cured roe." tensive pastures where only rattle or he glad to learn, Mrs. V. I'evton und Misses Eliu horses are to bo kept tho excessive Mae Davis and Lena L'dfoid spent Mrs Lucy Miller Hartley has u cost of u woven wire fence would not TAKE the day with Mrs. J. II. Davis Tuetdav nid home after spending several make Us use desirable, for losses to muithaat Crawfordtvllle, Ind.. with Miss Evelyn Green, of Lelei Green, stock by Injury 011 barbed wlro would relatives and friends. not be large enough to counterbalance is with Mrs. T. R.'Kuhlman this week, tho difference In the cost of maintain who has employed her tu do her Spiing Quit a lot of interest and discuision ing the two different kinds of fences. sewing. is being aroused over the proposed bond -' This applies lo the extensive fanning ',!ySKjET- -. I .isw ue 01 Jliou.UOO to be voted on May Mrs. Speed Ledford and family left ureas of tho west. IU1I1 on Lincoln county. The Woman's Tonic Sunday to join Mr. Ledford, in Frankdi-- s lin, 0., where they will make their M.tj Craig llayden left ThursPAPER Tasting Lima Rsquirtmtnts of Sail. Cardul helps women In time day for her home at Paris after a visit future home. It Is not ulwuys easy to tell when u U la room, ht clotkvi r to iht pr on. Il rtl;ti lh Ut vt the occupants ol greatest need, because it t lier grandmother, Mrs. Permelia toll has enough lime. There are t.ev Mrs. S. I', Davis had a skin cancer contains ingredients which act IliMwn and otUur relatives. rrul methods for testing the "limp reremoved from her face Thursday. Dr Alfred Peats specifically, yet gently, on the quirement" of Nolls, but for, iruetlcal Mrs. C. Hays Foster and little daugCannon performed the operation which purwses this may bo roughly deter "Prize" Wall Papers womanly organs. weakened seems to have been succossful. hter Jni..- Murrell, have returned home mined by the kind ot plants growing So, if you feel discouraged, trt itlecteil for ifcvlr trtittlc ttu! Jcortlv fei'in Louisville where they liuve been Mrs. Wm. Ilurte has returned from worth iv4 vrv p.tlrn will tivt aaiufACon the laud. It trouble has been exunable to blue, pric tion no mur in the xuesti of relatives und friend for a Richmond where she has been vl.iting perienced with rul clover, but If fair do your household work, on J UipM.t ihtit bvtatUul ilulint In tU Wi ek or so. growth of timothy nnd ot nlslke clover her daughter, Mrs. Ancil Parks, who room lo t ptiprJ( th only tf way, account of your condition, stop Th book, "Hum Dwcorviiua" thowt bow cau bo obtained the laud probably Mr, and Mrs. Sidney Adams, of has been quite sick but is better. lhy lock vpoa lh wll. worrying and give Cardul 1 needs soino lime, say 1,000 ihjuihIs of Cleveland, O., are the guests of Dr. Mrs. James Lea was hostess ut a i Lri popular prlct.t dIft ad clr It has helped thousands trial. ground limestone per acre. If timothy lsri( at and Mrs. T. W. Pennington. delicious dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. R. women, why not you? ot jttmttt sterully ftunUk!. and alslko clover ufo crowded out by W. Keenon, of Harrodsburg. is also J, II. Davis and MasUr Eugene, Mrs. E-redtop, or If such weeds ns sorrel are Try Cardul. WHITE & RI10LE. their guest. Lens. lirown and Master Earl Maurice, abundant tho land needs plenty ol Lick, Ky. Mr. Hill, u traveling salesman, of Mr. and Mrs, M. G, Lee and Miss EmPaint lime, at least a ton' of ground lime tone to the acre, and probably more. ma Kinnard were the guests present. this city, has bought of John A. Allen, 9 Hervey Paint green. i.,i. w oocls Lick, Kentucky. J . mmm ATTll'KEll I1T PHONE 27. k BALLARD BRYANTS VILLE. Kv. 11IWDr.nr SCAUL A 0 to warrant specialists States department of recommending It as a mimical priniiitlon, - iEVEL ROWLAND PEA VINE: 11 vest-els- . I ' The Low Qoverleaf Gives the Manure Two Healthy Beatings 'VX'E used to think that if vc threw manure onto the ground any old way and plowed it under, we were doing a good job. But now we know that won't do. To do any real good, the manure must be broken up into small pieces and spread evenly. The Low Cloverlcnf spreader is the one that docs this work best. It gives the manure two healthy beatinrjs, ont; with the regular beater, the other with tho wide spread disks. When the manure reaches tho ground in that condition your soil gets nil the good there is in it, and cuts it inckly. The Low Cloverlcnf is ono spreader it will pay you to see before you buy. See the local dealer who has one set up lor you to look at. Wil-oii- 'n w in.,. ..., 1 : 11 11 ' 11 j 1 111.1 International Harvester Company of America ( lexer (wraith) uui-asi- cr Low Clover leaf ipretcJe ri ar told hy - I ! Haselden Bros., Lancaster, Ky. J. Bailey, 11 Ltjlr 1? Oiaw A Check u Stiph-envill- 1. for the money vu tive mid note how much more tes iRTtfully your creditors They like to do you litisinusn with, it lfns mi iicfoiilit MLtX- 1 11 nt who llm Garrard Bank & Trusl Co. 11 Tliey know lie in Uninc liUHiiit-nin n liuirpM like way. Iti ttiT open uul'Ii Hn account even if your uHtilm lire not lurte. 'Ilii'V will crow nil riKlit. 1 The Garrard Bank & Trust t umpany re-t- m CuiiHal A. It It. 1. NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. WALL $50,000. J. M UTOItMKS. Stirpltus Vice f 30,000. lEN'IY, I'reildent - t'ren't 11 JllliKr. At CHhler. Deposit vVK S. 0. DKNNV. t'Kelilei. J, U (Sill, Kixik.Kreivi. r(it Sadty Boxes VDUIt For Hont SOLICIT IIIISINKSK. Simual U. Cochran, Alex It. Denny. J. II. IWy, J. h. Stormea, S. C. Denny, J. U Clll. Dr. W. M. Klllott, Director. The Central Record, Thursday April 27, 1916 Ralcrt Milclicll. John SEASON OF 1910 S. Duster & Son. COMBINED STALLION. Stop At The Bourbon Stnble nt Fair Grounds Robert Mitchell, Phono 4&0. Knight, 308O. & j CARDS." mimnggm I R Gait House When In Louisville. EUROPEAN PLAN. BUSTER MITCHELL. IIiirrMlstiiiri. Kentucky. Uurm Ex. Jolin S. Hunter, Phone Dr. Wm. Office D. Pryor, I Bourbon Knight 3080. Hourbon Knight SOW), cheatnut stallion; blaze nnd four white feel. Hired l.y Hourbon Chief No 1005; he liy Clark Chief No. 89, ly Membrlno Chief No.ll liy Mernhrlno Paymaatcr. hy Wilson King No. 2190. lat dam, Estello Gillespie No. . 2d tlnm by Joe Illackhurn. 3d ilnm by Peter Unicorn No, 3212. Hourbon Knight No. 30M) ia h beautiful cheatnut with white markings, in manners nre perfect. Harness nnd rtl-dl- e ttnrxli ir.:i full; will weigh 1,100. extreme finiah Btiil style; action high, utrniht nnd fast. In preaentwg this ho'so to tliP tmlitie we know that ho ia no lottery for hu sires extreme finish, nnd of the how home type. Hourbon Knight hat proven himaelf n great ahow hone In nil company nnd breed, lie has proven that he in worthy of Inn nnces- try. Ilreeder of saddle horsea rarely have the opportunity to breed to a stal lion of such blood litres nnd an much clans nt the amall fee of 11 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Lancaster, IUIney a Livery Stable. Kentucky 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. li. VS. (,la..ua flttr Morrow, Crwliiiitc I. Hat a ar. n .iiainnteril itittvln $25.00 To Insure a Living Foal. BLEUCHER . 46158. Will make the season of Ittlfi at the Fair Grounds, HarrtKlsburg, Ky. Money due nt birth of colt or when mare ia parted with or bred to an other horse. Cnro taken to prevent accident, but not responsible should any Hay Stallion 1G handa, star, left hind nnklo white, fine style nnd nction. occur. will mnke tho sensor, of 191(1 at my barn at Hackler. Kentucky, nt HIGH PRESTON 6846 He Fine Cut Flowers John M. McRobertsr Buster & Mitchell, Harrodsburg. 1916 $10. TO INSURE A LINING COLT. H. Paint HIGH I'KKSION CSI1 fired by Carioll I'reaton, 48!. he by Treston 922, by Washington M. by rromvell 73, by Hshington Henmaik. Carroll Preston's 190G. 1st dam Jlaby IVnce 70!9, by Enoch Arden, 2nd dam I.adv Fence by Almont For The Season of 3rd dam Daughter of Garrard Chief 2208. 4 Hi dam Gray Eagle. Forrest Lick, Kentuokv , I iilIYr public ha. 1 ti HIGH I'ftnSTO'l GSIfl 1st darn waa Queen Eiglr, he by King Eagle service, the splendid individual nnd rovally bred joung com ' .lron'f aa, .lam. el 6 park Nlntii mr. bined Saddle and Hnrneaa Stallion 2SP(, he bv Uoyal Kil.g 2f", he by Ontime 745, he by Sirmev.n'1 .Inckaon 72 nil m II. hk" KMtrn-- I jiwmnar H H Hm . ... 7i tirliMlnikl rtiUnl Itnwi Iltat Itoynl King's 1st darn Mollic Mountz 23S4, wna by the noted sire Cahhells LexII. Cnscy, II. V. 10 llrttml Witt, m (Maf Mar. Kmml :IH t . It" Ik rw. ait. ( lllllr Murk ('ILfrr at 1 l V.lff. F. S. King Eagle's 1st dam Hip 3379, she by Eagle Hird. he by Old King ington. .I.m. limit j cut II. Eagle 750. 2nd ilxm Red Lion, 3rd dam Harri.i Denmark 45, 4th dam by Jim Hell. HrMk UrtM tinmi mar. Itmmi Mr Nof wivwt ass iLairtiM HriMk At the low fee of to a Livin Colt. HIGH l'HESTON 0840 2nd dam Lady Hird. she bv Kigle Hird 1014, 3rd i.vir it.mn.mi s, Mama "II... r,tt i.la Study hla pedigree. Kaatcr I'rince Odlfi will stand for mares at my barn dam Mollic Drenmn she by Old Drennon. 4th dam Copper I'ottom and runs Gradtintf Cincinnati Veterinary ' xireol 11 law to, . M.'.n flrtt back to old Davy Crockett 3238. Thoroughbred. Mt, ul HraH.L YMaMlaali Rtawl. in Lincoln County, on the llualonville pml Danville I 'ike. My atrammoro hr .,, .. i tsn.. rim ... ct College. Cure taken to prevent accidents, but will not be reaiionslhle ghould any m lta nam tvj 1 ' ati. n.ii. (. liamot liqmfn a Alan nt tho same lime and place will Ml iJIH KItlM iMU. fl k 1MT. J ('.. occur. The Insurance ia forfeited If mare ia fold or traded 01 bred to another DANVILLE. KENTUCKY ! Haw UMlai III M.h my fine Jack, if. :it; ,. rtt I Wllk.. N. 1(1 I.ler ih I'll. I .o...l --kVl.l.Ji, horae. Hreed your mares to thia horse and get colt that will sell for the high stand ! Clir l!arl Wilk KaHlr Slt.nf Jl IS dollar. riH day Mali af.tvr l. silrni (Ji-an- r Hf.MI- Hrwk 3 tf Half. Clr (III ml,, and l.tllr IJ UaM at Mlrnl HriHik The Best Blood of Chiefs and Blended'. l:la.. HrHillel'lar li tui ntl'rnt.nS. KASTKIt I'HINCK fiSOfl. Ilrown colt. star. 2 hind feet while, 15.3 hands At $7.00 lo Insure a Living Horse Coll FUNERAL DIRECTOR Silent llrook lli7i, 2:11!), aire of Hilly Ilurk 2:01. Meadow Ilrook 2 ;("!, foaled l'JU. and $8.00 fcr Mare Coll. Kaater I'rince 6SK by I'riece Uoo 429S, dam Duchcsa of Denmark 2510, Shawbny Zarriiw Sa)7l, Hetty Ilrook 2.1f.il. Hmma Ilrook 2:0V. I.ndy Office Over National Hank. llelltirvok 2:10. Hutr Ilrook 2:101, Silent Hritfnde 2:10. MarKaret HalliRnte dam of Madison King 071), champion of Texas. I'rince I!oe 4293 by Hourbon C. Morgan ia a blark Jack, with Kesidence Phone 3. OlSce Phone 27 2111, dam Nellette Dare f.787 l'rinc Duchess of Denmark 2510 by Duke of (t) 2:111, etc. Sir.l dam of Chatty Direct (1) 2:071, etc. Ilia dam, Jen-iwhite points. 15 ha mil high, coming LANCASTER, KY. Denmark 793. dam Helen H. .'ITH. Hourlmn rrince"214l by Hourbon Chief 070. Ciay. alao pnlu-w- l l!e.lle Clay 2:25), atal wai Krandam of True 2:21. seven years old and haa proven himself Moko 21157, aire of Kereno 2:05J (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Uremia dam Hose Scott 2822 by Dolnn Denmark 403. Nellette Dare 07S7 by Cheater a good braider. Yorke (3) 2 KJ. (Futurity winner) (5) 2:011. Native Hello (2) 2:07 (Futurity Daro 10. dam daughter of King Denmark 415. Duke of Denmark 793 by (Jen. For All Kinds of C Morgan by John Morgan. Jr., 3705, winner) fHIy,) Mnnrico (3) 2OT1 (Futurity win- Duke 1002, dam daughter of Fayette Denmark 00. Helen U. 373. by Abe-Va2iMJ (ehamploti .l yaar-ol- d was sired by John Morgan, he by Meter dam daughter of Waxv. Susie N. (3) 2101 (Futurity winner.) Comoko 2:10, ner,) Silvar Silk (I) is nut ot an imiorteil Jen MoM 2:1(4. Mueheiter 2:101, Momaiter 2:11. Slliko (;l) 2:111 (Futurity winner) net. John Morgan, Jr., out of Jennet by Joe Hlackburn, he bv 3rd Prince, he (ehnmpioit trotting stallion.) Vito (I) etc. Sired ilnm of The Harvester bv 2nd Prince, be by Imp Prince, 1st dam Daisy by Dixie, she by Irvin Dixie 2:00), Mnrth i Tipton (4) 2KM1, O'Neil CI) 2:1.11. etc. llrother to Humw 2:(W1. see by Kickapoo, 2nd dam Mollie Gray by Lord Wellington, 3rd dam by Importer Karon 1). 2:10. etc. Darn lleecher Jennet. Hleucher IS1.W, record 2:201, trial mile 2:11!, half in laat quarter in A lien retained on all colts for service. Care taken to prevent accidents, ,T2 aeeon la. ia n haiulsome aeal brown horse. bimI will weiuli 1100 pounda. He out not responsible should any.occur. Kreatly rearmblea hla Kood aire Silent Ilrook and la out of Clayo, by thu creat Futurity aire Meko, Phone Office Hours 8 to 12 a. m. Foreign demaml haa exhausted the supply and wo may expect better 229. prices fur our boraea in the future. Our advice to mare nwnera ia to breed their inarea and to breed them t ) stalliona of merit and proven worth aa sires HleuchH. K. Denny and W. A. Wtesler After a careful consideration, I havj finally consented to allow my er la Just the type to produce the colta that will aopply the demand. Ilia colta have proven fine, with nice bead ami neck and plenty of bone mid conformation. Doctors Of Dental Surgery. chestnut stallion. Artist 1'e.tvine by Kentucky Teavine 286'J to serve a This reat trotting Stallion will make the aenaon of 191'! nt my stable in UrUce; Storract BnlldlDKorer Hurt A A4tt limited number of appro'ed mares at Lancaster. Kentucky, nt urn Hurt- - Store. ton LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Record 2:29. Trial 2:1 IJ. Half llrother lo l.ula Watts (2) 2:271. Trotter, Ilrown Stallion, about lf hands, foaled Standard Registered Vol. 18. J. PATRICK. Dentist. tl o u 3 !;, .,. tsh. m taV J, lit.. fl J:', Easter Prince $15.00 6636 John 1 Insure Veterinary Surgeon. u ln llr :ts. rlr the Denmarks C. Morgan 4665 .i S. Beazlev () () 21. 21 BOUGH Stewart Sandidge, Moreland, Ky LUMBER, !:. G. C. COX, N.anse,Ky Artist Peavine. d. P. Foley, ffiaokley, Ky, raTOCKY OEITIEMMI 5167, $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt Barlowe. 1 $15. Hy To Insure a Living Colt. competent judges of combined horses, this horse is said to be one of the beat individuals In Central Kentucky. Space will not allow n lengthy ilia will also atand thia beautiful Shet-lar- d cusaion of the merits of thia excellent horae, but a careful perusal of his pedi Stallion for the aeason of 1016 at gree will convince you, without n suggestion from me, that few horses in the in) atnble in Lancaster, Ky., at State of Kentucky are his equal. This horse is by Kentucky I'eavine 2.SJ9, and out of a mare, Artie Iioae $10. To Insure A Living Coll. Kegister No. US0.'t, she by Kentucky's; Artist. The mtire pedigree on both (Ws (and be is royally bred) ia in my hands for Inspection and will take great am prepared to lake care of maro Men re- pleasure in showing you thia horse nnd his pedigree. on Krnaa nt 10 centa a day. 1 By Chester Peavine 31S4, by Rex Peavine 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. TREES Rhubarb. Asparagus, Garden. Write for free Cntalogne. Fruit and ShadeTrp.es Strawberry Plants, Shrubs. Grape Vines, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everythinil for Orchard. Lowd and No Agts j. Nevisi Carter, Stanford SEASON O! at tained on colta for aerviee fee. Money due when maru la traded or parti il with. acblenta but not reajionaible ahoulil any occur. Care taken to preent 19S6. my stable, one mile East of W. B. BURTON, Phone 95. Two Miles West of Lanccster on New Danville Pike. The following stock will make the season MoCrenry and six miles East of Lancaster. H.P.IIillenmeyer & Sons.. Lexington, Lancaster, Ky. D0R5EY GOLD DOST JR. NABOTH, JR. Naboth Jr., is a rich red bay. 0 years old and full 10 hands high, weighs 1225 pounds and ia a horse of Wonderful beauty, having u long, rangy Meek and carrying a tine tail. He is a perfect gaited horse with superb all round action nnd like all sons of old Naboth he has great natura speed in harness. As ia generally known there is a scarcity of good horses, and tliixK- - suitable fur tho Eastern market bring fancy prices. If the breeders would raise 'Number-one- " hormss thoy must tnke tho mares to the right kind of sires. Naboth, Jr., be yond nil doubt is a horse that will produce the type of horses that the market He iiaa size. demanda, and for which the public ia willing to pay high prices. style, action, beauty and breeding. If like begets like you can get the right kind of horses by breeding to Naboth, Jr. You will note that this Stallion haa the blood of Old Naboth.llam-blotonia10. Old Meaaenger Chief. lied Wilkes, (leorge vilkes, Mum I'd no Chief. I'ilct, Jr., and Harry Clay. n Peavine 85. Will stand at $10. to insure a living colt I will also stand a good four year old MM POSTED 1841. Kentucky; 191C REX McD. 6597 Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 16 hands high. idrlgl.t. PeHMaiL. ltI HvHWalfc at ... Olaretr Buret the Vt en 13 lira MrlHwalJ lUav. .illlrel M. Marel.) OUt Hlir.Uait. KM Percheron Stallion, at $10.00 to insure a living colt. iMuMtttM M aihtu I'rlililliR. tmiutii ci.i.ruin we. Marejy loa Kom "W fly Ure nnoii. Hli dim It, lira ...... t r- ny iiiu '"im" II...I lliid .".-- ' li.ttnnirn In '11 fnrnllv of ne Been i... .1 11 can cliampiona, Ida aire. Itex MeDanald boiitK the worWa champion of champions. On Inn (bun's aida ho tracoa to Montrose who waa champion for eighteen ytara. Thia horae haa the llneat BhouUleni and withers that I have ever een, uplendld bone, abort back. Ilia nock, head and eurs are. In tho rloht place. I have He also haa tho beat shoulder motion and bock action of any liorso that over bad in my liable. You ItK.K Mcl). ia u ihow horse in barreas aa well ns unler thu saddle. He will not make a mlalako In breedinK your kooJ """res to thia horse. (lilla Hlle.4t I (HI ami. The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever aa we will prosecute all oiTenders to ful lest extent of t- - law Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N H Price R. I,. Elkin W. It. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. H. l Arnold. James G. Conn, J. l Morgan J. P. Hland. Long Hroa J. U. and W. S. Weaver J Hoolh Sutton. W. T. West. W. L Lawaon and son. Howard King. Misa Carrie Houlden, J. II. Rigsby. J. C. :w..n. MM ( I Ricsby. John Richardson, Pedigree. by Naboth, 10016 2:181. he by Wiilsingbaiii. 2106. sire of Latitude 2:101 nnd several others In the list. WaUinghum by George Wilkes. Old Naboth's first dam, Tinsel by Messenger Durook UK! son of Hamblu-tonlaSecond dam, Hoaa slater to James llovvvll, Jr., by Hnmbletonlan. Third dam, Jesalo Say re by Harry Clay 45. Fourth dam by Liberty, son of Lancefby American Eclipse. Naboth Jr., wilt be kept during the season of 191(1 at my stablt. near llrynntsville on the J. II, Dunn fium and will be perinlttvd to serve marcs at the very low price of Nal-oth- . Jr.. j A. C. Miles. J. H. Woods. J, H. Thompson, Jno. M. Farm. II. L. Kelly. David Steven. S. C. Rigsby. Frank Thompson. D. M Anderson. J. II. Thompson. Am and Ed Bourne. Davis Sutton Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar Jerry Hland. We will add other names for 25 I can make the seanon At I will also $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. $10.00 To Insure a Living Colt. CHIEF NAPOLEON 5107 n i iiiimii i milium n i u n r At the same tune and place, I will stand my fine Jack, I stand my walkinR atallion, Are You a Woman ? GAY BOYD, At $10. To insure Living Colt C1.YUKSI)AI.K stalliona In Ken-luck- y I'HINCK AM1KUT. one of the bust re of $10.00 to will alto make the seaaon at my barns at the low price FOR HORSE (IDLE & $8. FOR HARE. BEECIIER H0RGAN-S- 6. and farm horses. a llvlnu' colt. This is the kind to breed to for mule mares to Living Colt. same time and place will also stand two extra good JACKS at At the I retain a lien on all colts until season money is paid. Mares transferred will make the present season I am prepared to care for stock from a distance nt reasonable prices, 10.00 ua:h to Insure living colts. All thU stock but or bred eUewhere, forfeits Insurance and must be paid at once. Care taken to f Uck, Ky. escapes of stock committed to my care nrevent accidents, but not resuonsible should unv occur. Pilone SOI II. Il at my farm near Taint every care taken to no responsibility assumed for accidents or Mares will be kept on grass at reasonable rates and be respoiuible Bhould any occur. prevent accidents, but will not at $3.00 to insure a living horse colt and $10.00 to insure a living mare colt. NaKlion Jr., has proven a greU breeder aa all of his colts shoy for them selves. Also ut same time wilt stand my beautiful spotted pony, NAPOLEON, JR., $10. Insure .fflil&S Kentucky. at ull times. Shelbark Jr., at IT I TliQ Woman's Tonic N. Phone-P- unt W. ROGERS. k L. TEATER, BRYANTSVILLE, In KY. WALKER BRADSHAW, Horses, Jacks and Jennets for sale Uck Exchange. Paint Lick, Kentucky. to thank my friends for their patronage continuance of same during this season. I wish the past ask f r a Mccreary, ... I f 3a SALE AT til DRUSG1STS -- J V The Central Record, Thursday April 27 19 lc5. conducted by mail we have eliminated every extra and unnecessary expense. Wc are giving the vehicle buyers of this county the greatest values ever known. We manufacture right here in our own large factory as high grade vehicles as it is possible to produce and sell tnem to you at the wholesale price and save you all the "rake-off- " of the middlemen. all Yes expensive hotels,saveandtravel Agents', Dealers', Wholesalers' and Tobbcrs' to Sir: Wo andyoucommissions onwe don't have travclincr salesmen is profits stop at high salaries Our entire business around iTFll MM Here Is How Our Plan Hits the Middleman We have Bold hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of vehicles and harness direct from factory to consumer, and every sale has been a clean - cut straight - from - the - shoulder we regret that our SMASH between the eyes of some middleman." we are sorry for this pathway to success should be strewn with wrecked hopes and thwarted ambitions of thoso who have tried in vain to hold us back. Personally we have nothing against dealera, agents, jobbers, mail order catalog houses and other middlemen, who seek to gather two or three profits, where wo are satisfied with one wo aro really sorry for them, becauso they are doing business in tho wrong way. A vehicle or set of harness is never worth moro than the factory price, and becauso we savo you all tho expense and profits of the middlemen, they should not grow peevish and throw things at Bohon, for neither I nor my customers and friends arc to blame it is simply the law of supply and demand at work. Folks will buy where they can get the most for their money. That's the wholo matter in a nutshell. Our plan hits the middleman, becauso the vehicle users of this country have mado up their mind to do business on g line from maker through travthe straight line from factory to user, rather than on the eling salesmen, jobbers, dealers, agents or catalog supply houses to user. Is there a reason? you must either pay three profits or one You must either buy directly or indirectly profit on your vehicles and harness. When a dealer buys a vehicle, ho buys indirectly and absolutely must pay two or more profits before he takes the vehiclo from tho crate. Now, if you buy of a dealer, you must not only pay the3o two or threo profits, but in addition, you must pay the dealer's profit and also his selling expense extra four profits Id alL When you pay one small profit. Our price to you is less than you buy of us, you buy directly dealers can buy vehicles for spot cash in carload lots. Don't let the middlman get tho facts, then decide. If you do this, find out for yourself throw dust in your eyes you will surely buy of Bohon and save agents', dealera', jobbers' and salesmen's commission. zig-zaprice-boosting ' P""T PkUUt lo thf do. I wnt to be. Like. oU bicboo4inun on Ml tin viul la lb. circut lor n,ltnct. lit willed ciutlouilr .round I lit (iullc. looktil tbt till fellow up on tide in J down the older lor .bout n minute,; then kilted hli quid from en. tlJt cl hi, mouth lo Ihe other, look od hie lUiiei. wired them ctitlullr. inj tutci.f to the Some people Ih Midi "' " " mm 1 There Ain't No Snch As) mil I" That oil fellow rtrnlndl m ol the people who tar "Oohon hit no lictory Itohon'e vehicle! lick qtulit 1 wide to ell. net to weir, 1 " Huh Read What Customers Say Jumo E. Gray, Wttcrford, Kj., tarit "Mr bnggj arrlTed la T47lorTiIle talcly and without being cU raided in ihipmenL Now. 1 want to tell you 1 am well pleated with it I am iurt I could hare purchased no auch buggy ol any other firm or factory for a price ao reasonable. It It not only well made and ityliah, but it a verr comfortable one and there is no doubt in mr mind but that it will prove to bt whit J t la cuarantccd Co bt. All of the neighbors and I(ienl a vpom I have shown the buffy agree with me that It a'lbe rrtateil bargain, and J suspect It will onl be a short Hiflf oaiu you win rare some orders irom ibis part 01 titc coun- era ojng raqa my best to advertise your splendid buggy. irj. 1 I Tcf I that ypu tar a proven a friend it me by sending such a I Nur. Ihtrefore mmshall encoursre and make as many sales aa nAtVMa In ttinHf rr "I rf -- nnrrrltlUn ' T. Q; JPnnifmi. McDonald. Tenn., wrlteit I reee!d my Is a dandy K 0 And and P"tf7 al 0 hsi'piicd ait compliment one jt. ryeryone who has lacVwl It oa It is a m wtll pleasfd with It. I tope vtbUU a4 I I may be the cau of your fdung more in this country. "The enlf diflerenet Il thit the old h,cV. wooditrun wn tmnf to detelee himself he honeally thouiht hie ejei were ptirinr trick, while the loilow who siret "looon doee not milt the hifhett (tide Tchleiel in hli own littery rlfhl kct in lltriodlburf, Il tribe telltkli purpol. to decelv. you. lor Don't let the deiler. tftnt or middleman throw duet In Tour rjti. Get the FACTS know for yoursell, for iny afrnt or deiler thit tclli you thii we do not minulicturt our vchlclei right her. I. our own factory dote o In order lo till you a vehicle and pocket a her. a liclory Mull In bif pront. Wt hi equipment to any vehlcl. factMf la lha United Since BAR NONE. . Sixty Days Free Road Trial Life Long Guarantee Backed by Our $30,000 Bank Bond a. r free read trial We want you to try it Erery "Bine Grata" Baggy U sold on 60 your own submit to any te3t and then decide whether you want to keep it. Compare it closely paint for point with other vehicles in your neighborhood, either in use or offered for sale, and it you are not fully convinced that we have furnished you the best made, the handsomest finished, the easiest ridinf and the lightest running; buggy you ever saw, and if you do not think that by dealing direct with our factory you have saved at least $25.00 to $40.03 if in fact, for any rrnmn vmi nrn not ticrfcctlv satisfied, and if tho vehicle is not exactly as rcDresented and in strict accordance with our claims we will take it dock ana stana an mo loss, u after tho, trial you keep it as wo know you will you aro absolutely protected against any loss or trouble resulting from defective material or workmanship for if ever at any time it matters not when, whether one, two, three, five orten years any piece or part proves imperfect, we will rcplaco or repair It free of charge. As an absolute protection to you, under this guarantee, we have deposited with the Mercer National Bank of this city, our legal binding bond for $30,000, and if wo ever make a claim under the guarantee that we did not carry out, we can be made to forfeit thia bond. Just stop and think what this means to buy a vehicle under a lifelong, unlimited guarantee, backed by a bank bond. If we did not make as fine vehicles as it is possible to produce how could we make such an offer? OurLargaJM ttt tlir' u Xdwartj Thornton. Fox Chase, PhUadslphla. Fa say it "X find y buggy lUei up to every feature you claim for It. It Is very comfortable, I have ridden 25 miles at a time with no fatigue. I was somewhat ptnlmiitlc and inclined to take tome of your strong assertions With precaution, not havlug purchased many goods from From your rnsnly, advertisements. I was persuaded to send my order. I am fully convinced your method of doing business bis been the secret of your success, aod when cut in the mziltct for a car rug o the order Is sure to go to you. A. F. Carpenter. WoUtowa, Va write it I received my bnggr the first of September. Sine that time have given it a thorough road test and I find it exactly as you represented it to me. I am perfectly utiified with It In every respect In fact, I have seen none that equals It for a much higher price, and I feel I havai value received for every cent cf my investment Page Catalog Show Mora Vehicle Style Than You Can Find nX Deolert' Storei Edgar M. Hunt, Sanders, Ky eaytt I lite my buggy tad harness fine. I like it better than any buggy I ever saw. Sev eral people who have seen my buggy talk like they would order a buggy from you In the spring. You can use mr came In advertising it you wish to do so. Please send Mr. B. K. Davis a catalog of your buggies, as he asked ma to write you for one, than pleased with the buggy ycu shipped us the first of June, and now it is December 6th, and every one who sees it wants to know where we got it We have had a good many to ask how much we paid for It and tbeyMeem to be mce than surprised at the price buggy. A fr(nd iourrht a new buggy alter paid for such a When we we got ours and paid f 115.00 for i without harness. get read for another new buggy we will not think ol buying from anyone but you. I am sending you names of friends. I do hope huggy. you will be able to aell each a new Marcus A. Whjsler, Jamestown, Ind.aya: "Buggy and set of driving harness received the 17th. An well satisfied with both and must say that the harncii and buggy are certainly made with great care, both workmanship and selection of material I would like for your painter to send me some brown paint, just a very piacvs i stumc uatc uccn inaikcu imiu amount to PPT l by shipping. Anv time I can be the cause cf an order being; test you oy ray incnas, I will consider I hare helped both them and Emory M. UcCord. Greenwood. S. C, writes t We are more OUR LARGE MODERN FACTORY any Oar large, modern factory is just as in tho United States. We have every facility for manuo vehicles at tho lowest cost of profacturing duction. Please don't confuse our factory with some of the small repair shops hero in Central Kentucky that possibly assemblo ono hundred veliicles in tho course of a year, for wo manufacture them by tho thousands and sell them all over tho United States, as well as in many g maforeign countries. Wo have every new chine, every practical arrangement known. Wo havo hero as fine a collection of vehicle builders as was ever gotten together by any firm anywhere. They aro men of to high-grad- labor-savin- ic experience and ability, clean, moral and conscientious they are men who like their work. Visit our ofilco and factory if you can, and sco for yourself how Bohon vehicles aro made. Our factory is of personal and vital interest to you and every other vehiclo user who wants to know the facts about why and how Bohon makes the best stylo vehicles, maintains tho very highest quality and undersells the world. If every vehicle user in Kentucky really knew the truth and facts about tho wonderin spito of our already tremendous ful values wo give we would havo to increase our factory, at business least ten to fifteen times in order to supply the demand. Lawrence Melugin, K. $. D. Kc X, Beeds, Mo., mlteit "I am mailing you a picture of myself, htirse and buggy which I bought from you some time ago. It isn't a very poof picture, but maybe It will give you an idea. You never mind what the pictures, cost for I think vou have done roe enough favors and gave me such a good bargain on that rig that the, pictures shall not cost you any1 am not in the habit oUbragging thing. on anyone, but X will when It is worth while. Come to See Us Visit Us at Our Factory Why not mako ub a visit? Como to Harrodsburg and sco for material look our factory over. Examine the high-grad- o go through our model factory from end to end and see our we use skilled mochanics turning out as fine vehicle vast force of high-clas- s as are being made in the world. If you can't come, send a postal today for our largo f reo catalog. Without doubt it is the finest book on vehicles ever issued, and we want you to havo a copy. It shows views of it shows in colore how construction and our superior equipment our vehicles aro painted and upholstered and has moro styles than you will find in twenty dealers' stores. Hero is a picture of tho cover of this catalog. It is tho most elaborate vehiclo and harness catalog ever published it is a regular vehicle and harness encyclopedia. A postal card with your name on it will bring you this book by return mail with all postage paid. - L3l BLUE CRASS'BUGGIES yourself mft aT. Bohon Co. Our Large Factory With Annual Capacity of 29,000 Finished Vehicles. This Catalog is Free For the Asking. D.T. BOHON COMPANY, Harrodsburg, Ky.