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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 4, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916050401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 4, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE REUOJON, UNI A RN1SH ED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SEVENTH TEAR. J t NUMBXR 5. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 4, 1916. Hand Us That $. SUNDAY paint SCHOOL ATTENDANCE Heel .Roof Fishing; Tackle We hnve the larg est lino ever shown In Lancaster. Ky. Porch anil Inalila Floor at Stormcs. -j Graphite anil Htormes. paint at Blow- - 2 GOING FISHING? You don't so olten, and you can't alloid lo lake any chancaa on poor Tackle. In h Ultra Caitln foods you produced, nave tha very llne.t pclceiea-aonabl- e. and at a reasonable Quality considered. Whether rodi, eels, lines or mfnnnwa me uiiia calling la aatltty tha line that will wholly you at will not tall you-t- hat Auto Tires, Patches, Pumps, out Hoots, at Stormcs. a is 2 5 COME TO Ilouft or rent, for rest of this year. desirable location. Phone 43. Keep off the grais In the Park do not throw rocks In the basin. and The attendance at the various Sunday V4 schools of the county last Sunday, as far as reported at this office are ai fol lows; Lancaster Methodist. 04; llaptlst 9t; Presbyterian, 70; Christian, 2J3; Manse, 83; Herring School, 83; Fair-vie41; Hyattsville, G9. at FISH FROM THE Lincoln Prlte Seed Corn yields enor mously In corn and silage. For sale only by Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Cane seed, Tennessee millet, brown whlppoorwlll cow peas, seed corn etc, for sale by Hudson, Hughes & Faruau. Our "Garrard County White" and "Garrard County Yellow" Seed Corn Is carefully selected and highest test, 11.60 per bushel. Hudson, Hughes ar.d Famau. SUNDAY s ill Hi ftafc SCHOOL SUNDAY. GAME COMMISSION Representative, II. C. KaulTman re ceived from the Fish and Game commission last Tuesday, twenty cans, containing all told about one thousand fish of the "New Light" variety. They were delivered by special car and distributed throughout tho county to own &t ers of various ponds and lakes. OX 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 his demonstrated its superiority by all the tests of time, In every kind of use. The demand is greater because the value is great. 9 55 DANVILLE FAIR ORGANIZATION. Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. The directors of the Hoyle County Your patronage solicited. Lust or misplaced, KaMer Sunday, an Fair Association met Tuesday West afternoon property, Stanford street Kastman Kodak 4xC), No 211. Also and elected the following officers. 4.20.3t.pd. Mrs. J. W. Akcr. has name of perron in back Wi'l pay President, HughTarkington, Vice Presi a good reward if returned to the Cen- dents, M. J. Farris, Jr. and Homer tral Record office. Wrey, Secretary, J. licechcr Adams, ARMY MULES WANTED. Treasurer, S. H. Nichols. Tho direcI wilt buy mules 14 to 16 hands high tory Is composed of about twenty of and 6 to 10 years old. COM- the most influential men of that county W. H. Ilurton. and the prospects of one of the 'best fairs In the state will be held in Danville this year. JURY MONEY READY. MODISTE. Better buy yours NOWI Runabout S193; Touring Car $110; Coupelel $590; Town Car $810; Sedan $740. All prices f. o. b. Detroit. On sale at HASELDEN BROTHERS. TELEPHONE PANY LOSES SUIT. who served on the Inst March jury can get their money by calling on me at Citltens National bank. Thoe BAD KILLING NEAR Joe J. Walker, Jr. NOTICE. BRYANTSVILLE. HOST FURNISH SERVICE AT Aaron Rolar, colored, fired two shots from a pistol into the stomach of Curt Ambrose, colored, last Saturday night at White Oak, a negro settlement near Uryantsville, on the Buena Vista road, from the effects of which he died about twelve hours later, his intestines having been perforated thirteen times. Bolar at once made a get-a-wand has not as yet been apprehended. From reports gathered from some of the wit nesses, the killing was unprovoked and cold blooded. It seems that Bolar had just returned from Lexington with a lot of whiskey and stopped at the house of Reynold Meyers, where Ambrose was also stopping. The latter asked Bolar for a drink of whiskey, which seemed to anger him and he replied that he had no whiskey and immediately snatched a pistol from his hip pocket and fired two shots with the above results. Money Is being raised to offer a Fire Next Door bu J-- M Your Roof Safe You can't prevent sparks and flying brands from lighting on your roof, but you can prevent them setting fire to it by roofing your building with Asbestos Roofings Laboratories Examined anil approved by tha Underwrite! under Ihedireclloo of tba National Board of Fire Underwriter they are weather-proo- f These roofings ore not only We handle them because they last so long and and Roof you can give such good service. When you have a J-register it with the makers place it in care of time-defyin- J-- Roof Registration cmfit W, J-- Roofing Responsibility J-- We can show you that it pays to make your roof a Root Come in and let us tell you. Registered ft. H. Bastin & Son. If You Want a Buggy All those indebted to the Lancaster THE OLD RATE. High School for taxes and tuition for the year IUITi. will save cost and (rouble The telephone controversey which haa by calling and paying same as mv been disturbing the people of Lancashooks must be closed at once. Please ter for some time has been temporarily attend to this. E. W. Harris. Treaa. settled. The Bastin Telephone Com-pan- y some weeks ago notified the that it would raise the fates in the city of Lancaster from one dolMr. D. S. Warren, proprietor of a lar per month for phone service to $1.60 large milk dairy In Danville, bought a for residence and $2.00 for business fine Jersey cow last Saturday, from phones. At the mass meeting recently Arthur lleazley, of this city, for $75. held by the citizens of the community She Is said to be a fine one, but that is and subscribers it was decided to resist the only kind Arthur keeps. the collection of the proposed raise and the Bastin Telephone Company had declined to eive service to those who' ra. BUYS NICE HORSE fuJed payment, causing a good deal of Mr W. 0. Goodloe bought recently of annoyance. At a later mass meetincit Mr W. A. Price his handsome walking waa decided to bring an Injunction suit stallion, Hex Garrard, at a fancy price. against the telephone company to com Mr Goodloe has leased him to Mr Joe pel it to give service to the people who Wheeeler, of Nina, for the season, an offered to pay the old rate of one dol advertisement of which appears in this lar. At this mass meeting Messrs G. issue. B. Swinebroad, H. C. Kauffman, G. C. Walker and J. K. Robinson tendered to BILLY" SPEITH RETURNS. the people of the community their ser A letter from "Billy" Speith, who vices in handling this litigation free of has been confined in the Norton Infirm- any fee. About fifty citizens signed a ary at Louisville for the past five weeks, paper authorizing the use if their announces that he.and Mrs. Speith will names as plaintilTs In this injunction was promptly filed after the return to Lancaster and will suit. Suit be at their old home at the Kengarian mass meeting last week and notice was Hotel. Everyone will be glad to wel- given to the Telephone Company that come these good people here again and application for an injunction would be happy to know that Mr. Speith has en- made before Judge Hardin in Harrods tirely recovered from his recent illness. burg, on Monday, to compel the Com pany to reconnect those subscribers who had been denied service and to reHYATTSVILLE BIBLE SCHOOL strain the Company from further dibUpon the The Hvattsville Hible School meets connecting the patrons. on Sunday afternoon, therefore It will hearing of the case, which was argued not interfete with your attending the by J. E. Robinson, G. 11. Swinebroad town schools, and the interested work-er- a and II. C. Kauffman for the people and L. L. Walker for the Telephone Com of Hvattsville ask yourco-opcratio- n in making the Hyattsville Bible School pany. Judge Hardin decided that the a source of inspiration and spiritual up- - Telephone Company had no franchise life in that community. We hope many by which it had a right to maintain its from town will go out and help these business in the town, but was upon the good people and boost this great work, streets by a voidable contract, which licensed it to conduct its business In the town, but which contract could be JESSAMINE CO. POSTMASTER terminated at any time by either party Mr. James H. Steara, editor of the by giving reasonable notice to the othet Jessamine News and popular president. but as long as The Bastin Telephone of the Kentucky Press Association, will Company occupied the streets it would be required to give service at the rate hand out the Nicholasville mail the next four years. We are sure this of one dollar per month to all submeets the popular approval of his home scribers who desired the service, and town where he is deservedly popular. Ly judgement directed The Telephone No one works harder and spinds more Company to reconnect the subscribers time and money for candidates than to whom service had been refused and the newspaper man and we are truly ordered the Company not to disconnect any other subscribers on account of the glad when one is handed a piece sellTfinecow. Not How Cheap How Good. To tell the truth we don't like the words "cheao groceries." We much prefer to deal in the highest qualities obtainable. Because reduced prices ALWAYS stand for reduced values. It is inevitable. Business is so regulated that it cannot be any other way. So we talk high qualities month in and month out, and we aell accordingly. No waste of materials Constant Satisfaction-M- ost healthful eatables Those are reasons enough. Exclusive Agent for Stones Cakes Silver Slice, Golden Sunbeam, Mephisto, reward for the arrest of Bolar and he will probably be apprehended in a lew days. Raisin and Creole Fruits. JITNEY BUNS Received GRANT'S GRANDSON READY. New York. General Grant's grand son. Captain Algernon Sartons, is here fiom Eutope to offer his sword again to the United States army. "You can Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday afternoons. say", he said, "that a grandson of General Grant is not too proud to fight." CAUGHT Theo :tzzic Currey. DC WITH THE GOODS. Fred Emerson, better known among the colored people, as "Potsy", and Taylor Simpson, familiarly dubbed as "Snip" were caught with six gallons of booze in their possession last Monday nifht, by Marshall Ruck, as they were returning from Hyattaville, where they had gone to the express office and sign ed for it. They were immediately tak en before Judge Frisbie, nnd being un able to give ball were remanded to jail to await their trial this morning. They were charged with having this whiskey in their possession for the purpose of sale. The whiskey was in two cases. each containing twenty-fou- r pints and Judge Frisbie ordered Marshal Back to take charge of it until the trial. Much interest is being shown as to what disposition will be made of the booze should "Potsy" and "Snip" be iounu guilty as cnargea. IN FOR Garrard Milling Co. Salt, Lime, Coal, Sand, Cement, L ft Stone, Hay, i J L J tt era 1 Oats, Corn Straw, Mill Feed. FORGERY. aZeaaaal We congratulate Nicholasville on ing so good a postmaster. of pie. hav- ENFORCE VAGRANT door-step- LAW. Rich-mon- that gives perfect Satisfaction, let me show you my complete line. THE BUGGY Is COLUMBUS sure to please you, at a price that Is right Why not enforce the vagrant law in s d on Lancaster? Some street hold from ten to twelve idle vagrants from morning until night. Of course they get hungry, of course they need money, then of course they plan to get It dishonestly which costs the town something, besides nothing looks so bad as a lot of idle shiftless negroes loafing around town. There is plenty of work for aU to have employment and they should get to work or get out. JUDGE WALKER Judge L. L. Walker, of Lancaster, spent Monday meeting his old friends in Harrodsburg. lie was formerly circuit judge of this district and made an while holding the record excellent, place. He is one of the state' most prominent and Inlluentlal Republicans and was defeated for lieutenant governor by Hon. James Slack at the last November election He is prominently spoken of as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Congress from this district Harrodsburg Democrat refusal to pay the advance rate. The plaintiffs in the cuse were G. M. Lyons, Dave Sanders, J. R. Mount, J, F. Holtzclaw and J. W. Smith, suing for themselves and other citizens of tho town. Hand was required of the plaintilTs in the sum of one thousand dollars, which will be executed by about fifty citizens of the community. The case will likely be taken to the Court of Appeals by the Telephone Company. This is considered as a great legal victory by those who do not feel that the proposed raise in rates are justified under the circumstances, and further that the Telephone Company must either cease to do business in the city, or contract with the citizens and Council for a telephone franchise upon a basis which will be reasonable to the people as well as to the Telephone Company. 1 W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. The Council can not satisfactorily dispose of the telephone franchise while the Telephone Company is upon the streets doing business under the contention that it is here as a matter of tight, for by so doing result in two telephone systems which the people do not desire. It seems now that the telephone question must be settled in the Courts and the winning of this ault Is construed as giving the peoplt a decided step where this forgery advantage over the Telephone Co. of and carried out James Nevieus, Robert Kennedy. Henry Wearren and George Jennings, all colored boys with warrants agains( them for forgery, are either in jail or have a place awaiting them there. Robert Kennedy and George Jennings are in jail, while James and Henry decided to "beat it" to some other seaport. Robert tells that James asked him if he didn't want to make tome money and told him he Would write a check for $8.00 on Mr. William Simpson which he could get cashed Mid pay him some of it. James tells that Robert asked him to write the check saying Mr. Simpson owed him and he didn't know ft was wrong. The long and short of It is, James wrote the check which Mr. Will West cashed after taking out $2.50 for a pair of shoes, Robert claims the other three boys then held him up and took the money away from him which they divided between themselvea giving him none. As soon as Mr. West found out the check was cold he hunted up Robert getting the shoes which leaves him languishing In jail without either shoe or money, a sadder but wiser boy. This little atory has a moral which Is, "the idle boys brain 1 the devil' workshop." If these boys who loaf on doorsteps and side walk were forced to work, by the vagrant law being enforced there would not be io much mischief planned. Ten or twelve Idle boy can alway bo seen on the same doorwas thought Brick. We buy and sell these items and solicit your business. Garrard Milling Company 3 U cue 31 IE 3CZDC - TO THE - i CITIZENS OF GARRARD COUNTY. On July the first 191C, I close my mill doors for the time being. All parties that have flour in my mill on deposit are 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 hat certainly been appreciated. I leave the state after July tha first with a warm spot In my heart for the people of Garrard County. Respectfully, ALEX WALKER. c The Central Record, Thursday May 4 1916. MANSE. A Lime, Lumber, Brick, Cement Screenings, Sand nil CULTIVATOR AT Mrs. John Centers was visltinK her sister, Mrs. 0. C. Cox, Saturday. Mrs. II. I'. Conn and Miss Sallle Anderson were In lllchtnoml shopping. Mr. Hugh Conn, who tins been ntlHg Hill drilling the past week, Is at home. There was quite n large crowd at Woods View at the pie supper Saturday IJJJJJ.E czema ' HialJuinleiteriKllr-rnit.iiifrtllefrmnlt- Prescription for rb. nw kjUfllJ CJ X Cows "Ull if rlanrr tm "eihlnaloiitarlranan.lliMlttir. ihm III ana us atwul both, R, E. McRoherts, Druggist, Lnnmster, Ky. night. dinner. Mrsdamrs W. I'. Anderson, J. U Coldlron nnd Forest Center spent Thursday with Mrs. Ilinum Davis. Little Miss Willie (Ininee Anderson spent Sunday night nt llcrea ttt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Crlss Winpler, Cane seed, Tennessee millet, brown whippoorwill enw peas, seed corn, etc , for sale by Hudson, Hughes & Knrnau. Mr. nnd Mrs. Anderson came home Saturday from Dayton Ohio, they will spend the week with relatives and return to Ohio Sundny. Quito n largn crowd were with Mr. V. C. Wynn last Tuesday nt a birthday .New Line of Up-To-Da- te UGv IES AND ALSO Frasier Road : Carts , LOWELL Flour and Flower Pots. Feed of every kind. Seeds of all sorts. Fertilizer to let. Screen Doors and Windows. RACINE SATLEY RIDING S20.00 Hand Garden Plows. Chicken Feed to make little chicks grow and hens lay. Fat producing hog feed. We can furnish everything to build a house and furniture to make it complete. Trade with us and save the difference. camore Friday. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Lea jvere I Klchmond Monday. Mr. M. d. Lee sold a enw tu Mr Tudor of Paint Lick for f GO. Mesdames J. If. Davis and C. Todd visited Mrs. Peyton Friday. Miss Lettie I'evton was tile guest o Mrs. W. II. Sadler. Tuesday night. Mr. und Mrs. Andy Davis visited Mr, J. W. Anglin and family Sunday. Misses Ida nnd Corn Hurto were with their parents Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hamlin are the proud parents of a fine boy born thelSth Miss Jessie Parks was the guest of Mrs. Wm. Ledford, Wednesday night Mrs. M. U. Leo and Miss Florida Iloain were in Ilerea shopping Saturday Miss Clara Ileitis and Mr. I,ovil King visited Miss Ida llurte'a school at Sv. at prices right. Sec US.In regard to putting on your KUBBEH TIRES. We handle nothing but the best grade of rubber BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. !i Hervey Paint BUCKEYE Mr. A. C. Miles was in Nicholasville Friday. Mr. Robert Long and son were in Crab Orchard, Friday. There will be services at the Metho dist church next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Air. and Mrs. J. M. Amon and ton were guests of relatives in Stanford, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whittaker visited Mrs. Henley Whittaker in Madison county Sunday. Mrs. Amon has returned to her home in Stanford after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Amon. Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Sanders were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oakley Burke at Paint Lick, Sunday. Lincoln Prize Seed Corn yields enormously in corn and silage. For sale only by Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph, Misses Emma Boner and Minnie Brown and Mr. Adolph Joseph were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter, Sunday. L,ick, Woods Kentucky. GUNN'8 CHAPEL. Quito a number attended the exercises. Next Sunday being "Go to Sunday School Day", the Liberty Baptist Sun day School has been invited to meet with the Methodist Sunday School here In the forenoon. Both Sunday Schools will meet x Liberty church in the afternoon. Saturday, April 22nd, Mr. Hugh Moberly and Miss Pearl Teater, both ot this community went to Madison county and were quietly married. This mar riage came as a surprise to their friends here but is the culmination of a long courtship. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teater and is an excellent young woman. We wish for this couple success and happiness. dialogues. evening. Mr. S. C. Henderson ami family motored to Uichmond and visited Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Howe, Sunday. Our flour in sacks or barrels is guar anteed to please you. Hudion, Hughes and Farnau. Miss Cora Ilurte entertained at Itook Saturday evening. All present are in- leljted to Miss Ilurte for a pleasant a MARKSBURY Mrs. Dykes is very ill Mr. Henry McAfee. at the home of Mrs. Harmon Davis is ill. Mrs". Biley Davis is very ill. Mr. Charles Durham and family of Marion county have been visiting his A small child of Mr. and Mrs. Richard sister, Mrs. Jim Turner. Hall's is ill with pneumonia. Mr. Dock Simpson is having his resi Our flour in sacks or barrels is guardence remodeled and painted. to please you. anteed Miss Pauline Boss was the guest of Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Miss Marie Ballard in Lancaster Easter. Misses Elizabeth and Lula Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Hobart May were guests went to Cincinnati last week to consult of Mr. Tallon May and fdmily, Sunday. a specialist in regard to Miss Lula's Miss Lenna Hollon was the guest of health. Dr. Elliott accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson Saturday Much merriment was caused for the night. children who were reciting on the platMisses Marie Ballard and Jessie II. form when the attractive 3 yearold son Rav visited in Lancaster fiom Kridnv until Sunday. of Mr. Turner, who ran off from home, came pattering up the lasle with his Misses Grace Teater and Opal Maslittle bare feet and stood before them ters of Jessamine have been visiting viewing the scene with much compla- relatives here. cency. Miss Thelma Layton was here visiting her grand-parentMr. and Mrs. Missionary Day was observed last Ambrose Calico the past two weeks. Sunday morning. The program was Lime, sand, brick, cement, wood carried out very successfully by the pupils of the Sunday school, some of fibre plaster, rock screenings, etc, for them having short notice in which to sale by Hudson, Hughes and Farnau, Mr. and Mrs. John Land and Miss study their parts. The Secretary pupils present, visitors 25. Lenna Hollon spent Easter with Mr, The collection from the classes amount- Jerry Higgins and the Misses Higgins ed to $41.7G. The pastor, a mission en- near Manse. thusiastic, has succeeded in raising more On last Friday afternoon the pupils money in the past four years for the of the school here gave a ery interest cause than anv of his predecessors. ing program of songs, recitations and The Ladies Working Snciety will meet with Mrs. J. B. Kemper next Wednesday afternoon. Mr. J. S. Hurrowa who has been in lleeville Texas for the past ear has returned to snend the summer with Mr S. I. Davis. Messrs Tally Wheeler, Wm. Simpson and Vernon Jones and Misses (alatha Anglin nnd Abbic King- were guests of Miss Ethel Mae Davis Saturday eve. CARTERS VTLLE. Mr. C S. Ituop has been on the sick list this week. Little Capitola and John Wren is very ick at this writing. Miss Mnry Ilotkin is the guest of her auut. Mrs. J. T. Allen this week. Miss Myrtle Carter is the guest of er aunt, Mrs. Pauline Pennington. Mr. W. M. Wren delivered to K. U Woods n nice bunch of hogs for Hjc Mr. and Mrs. Claud Kidd were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis last Sunday. Mr. George Davis and wife were the guests of Mr. Iiynum Davis nnd family auuuay. Mr. Frank Clark whom J. D. Carter as had employed, left last Saturdav for Lexington. Mr. Felix Pennington and family were the guests of Mr. C. S. Koop ami family Sunday. Mesdames Kate Metcalf and Annie Sturnes were guests of Mr and Mrs. llynum Davis lust Sunday. Misses Ellen Hill. Lily Coldiron and Susio Davis were pleasant guest of Mrs. Susie Itenfro last Sunday. Mr. Waldn Wylio and Miss F.fliis Dawson of Kirksville were guests of Miss Maggie Carter Saturday nnd Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Steward left ast Wednesday for Crab Orchard where they expect to make their homo with Ids parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drive It Into the Barn vc told you, .1 Low Cloverleaf gives the manure a double beating. It also spreads manure eight feet wide or better. But the wonderful thing is that it does this from a box only 45 inches wide. The spreader itself is so narrow that it can be driven into any modern barn and loaded from the gutters. Only one handling of the manure for the quickest, best job of spreading you ever did. How docs that sound to you? If you have even begun to think about buying a spreader, sec this Low Cloverleaf. You will say you never saw a better manure spreader. It won't take long to look it over. Your dealer has one set up for you to sec. AS A FEW DROPS -- OF BOURBON POULTRY CURE International Harvester Company of America (Iuarportt) Low Clorerleaf iprtaders ars told by In the drloklmr water Makes Hens Laj Amazingly gallon! of medicine. 00BB0N REM EOT Curei Roup. Colds. cholera. l. Llmbcrneck iTeveots One 50c bottlo makes U At ValuCO. able poultry book free. Sold by Haselden Bros., Lancaster, Ky. Diaw A Ulbrtis, If. & Co. J. R. Mount, Son Check tlflFF r Sic, CUK1W liSL - a>ft Qeo-staiUHITE A Pee Gee Finish For Every Purpose Partial List o( Peo Geo Guaranteed Finishes i Our "Gurrnrd County While" nnd 'Garrard County Yellow" seed corn is carefully selected and highest test $1.60 per bushel. Hudson, Hughes and arnau. Itev. J. M. Ilobinson filled his regular PIKiintmcnt nt Cnrter Chapel, the Clh Saturday nnd Sunday instead of the 1st. He was called away on tlio 1st to hold meeting in Fleming county. for the inoiipy you ove nnd note how much more res- pectfully your creditors re- They like In do liant you bnsiiiuss with a mail who hus nn account tit the Garrard Bank & Trust Go. IlrtU-- ' ,nten'''n8 to build, repaint or redecorate, you should investigate the merits of nU Gee Finishes. Remember the cost of labor is the same whether you use poor paintt and varnishes or the Peo Gee kind. You want your buildings, inside and outside, to look attractive. You want to avoid the expense nnd trouble of frequent refinishing. bpecuy I'ec Geo Finishes the kind that has stood the test for almost a half a century. Catarrh and They know hp la ilolni; huaincas In a ImsirvBS liku way. open such an account wen if your affairs are not large will i;row nil right. Tliev Pee Cm fMtitt f lattrior Wills lod Ctilii Pte Gee Cliai Enamtl for htcritr Woodwwk Ma COVERS more and is more Oil, Hand mixed paint. MASTIC Colds y Relieved To Be Rid The Garrard Bank & Tr.ust Company TUBIMf'llf1 Catarrh Pte Cti Sfcificitioa Vuiu'itM Ttt Gte riosr Wu Fee Gte Ptnttntini DjiUla Fee Gee Porch Paint Pte Gee Sew Piste Roof md "The Kind That Lasts" T Is a great achievement. Most people would be well and happy were it not for catarrh. It is worth ten years of any one's life to learn how to get rid of catarrh. PE-RU-N- A THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. CupfUll A. It Btri surface, lasts longer, looks better economical than Keg Lead and paint or ordinary ready mixed PAIiNT ! made, of pure While Lead, reinforced with Zinc Oxide In the correc proportions, and pure Linseed Oil. It does not seals and keeps its color for years. The formula appears on every can. $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. OKNNV. Cashier. r. 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Denny, J. II. Poaey, J. E. J. L. GUI. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Director!. The Central Record, Thursday May 4 19 Id. 1 I STYLE AND If you men and young men want style and fit in your Spring Suits we can furnish both and are prepared to give you a large selection of fabrics, Step in to our store and take a look at these Quality Suits for men and young men at QUALITIES GUARANTEED. $12.50, HMO. $18.00, AND $20.00 SHOES, HATS, FURNISHINGS. JAS. W. SMITH, lounljr Court Days. Richmond, Ut. Momliiy. Monday. Paris, Frankfort. Ut. Monday. Harrodsburg, Int. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. House of Quality. whiskey? no. i 1 Lancaster, Kj, .CHAUTAUQUA CopTrljlt Hut ScUIlKf J. Man lt. Professor Redd (No. 1:19058) 1 will stand this registered short tmrn Imll nt my plnr-- near Point The Womans Club (Krtttrd IlfThe Woinariubi NOT FOR RHEUMATICS Shelbyvllle, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Mond.iv. Danville, 3rd. Monde;, 3rd. Momlnv Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. (Irorgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday' Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticcllo. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. Unveil, At $2.00 Cash. The club women are very much In- frosted in beautifying and keeping the Park in order this summer and ask the citizens and otlicials to help in the work MONEY TO LOAN on Farm Lands in amounts of $2,500 and up. Membera of the Kentucky D. A. It. This handsome nniinal is by nd the Filson Club are very much con Polled Kin. :773.)n, dam My Bri- cerned In regard to the condition of the Jnl Kosc 1C39C8. State Records at Frankfort, which avo so long been neglected that many f them ure now lost entirely or may There is, replaced with difficulty. )d. f course, a place provided for them in the new Capitol building, but when they were being arranged there for some unknown reason these valuable papers were carted to the old Capitol building and thrown into the basement, with a locked not even J. W. HILL i 1 lYUUlVHl'l Don't drink whiskey if you have rheumatism, and be sure and keep vour feet warm and dry, and drink plenty SEASON OF 1916 of lemonade. advice, says an BUthority.is help This ing; but as all know who have suffered, NEW ZEALANDERS IN NATIVE COSTUME rheumatism is a stubborn disease and TO DEPICT LIFE IN SOUTH SEA yields only to a remedy mighty enough ISLANDS. to conquer it. Many doctors have prescribed and hundreds of helpful druggists have ad- HEALTH DAY A FEATURE. vised h half tcaspoonful of Itheumn Frank KryTs Band To Give Two Concerts once a day, because they know that Kheuma, harmless as it is.acta powerful Four Fine Lectures A Ladies' with speed and overcomes in a few Quintet-Playgro- ddapdam YOUNG John Morgan. 3705. I will stand my Jack, Young John Morgan 3705, for the season of 1916, at mv farm 11 miles from Lancaster, on new Danville pike, at $8. To Insure Horse Male and $10. To W. F. CHAMP, Hank. Insure A Mare Male. Young John Morgan 3705, wa aired by John Morgan and wii out of an Citizens National Lancaster, Kentucky. mill ' HI': Imported Registered Jennet Lien retained on all colta for the sea on which will be due If maro la traded or aold to another party- - J. W. Sweeney, Lancaster, Ky. In Our Repair !'!,!i Shop !l!A Mnro Sitn' If For T .pq Mnnpv Male no deal for aila without getting our figures and futures. We give more and better anchorage. Stauncher door frame. Sleel.Mnged, four.latch door. Steel step ladder, 'step every 18 inches. Better comparative construction throughout Nothing In Your Auto Botched or Spoiled. SKILLFUL, EXPEM ENCED WORKMEN EMPLOYED We Think Too Much of Our Hep tation to IUsk 0NIY Get Our Prices Before You Buy Our diraet .Kipm.nl of itmi and fia. anil Mi., and .miliar ..Uing U.. aparatini mon.j than ip.a.a ratn mora J lor an .Jo company can ai ! vt araaa tt ttltk It (Iff or Overhauling When Your Auto Needs Repair Bring It to Vt or LET US SEND FOR IT KENTUCKY SILO CO. W. 1'. Klncaid. Mgr. Stanford, Ky. Lancaster Victor Car Co Quartet An Orchestral days the most torturing case of rheumatism or sciatica. Workers. Try Kheuma; R. E. McRoberts and all druggists sell lots of it and will reAnnouncement has just been made bottles by the management of the Redpath turn your money If two do not stop all rheumatic misery. Chautauquas of the many good things in store on the forthcoming season a door. program in this community. This pro THEAPPLANWAY. gram covers a period of five days A Washington correspondent has the The Appian Way was built 300 years afternoons and evenings, in addition to following to aay of that city; ( before Christ by Appius Claudius, one the work of the story hour lady or play "Now is the loveliest time of the of Koine's greatest Generals, connect ground worker. year to visit the Nation 'a Capital. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Rawei and 1 lie parka are at their prettiest ing Kome with Capua, and later was stage. The beautiful l'otomac driveextended to Braddisi. This highway is daughter, highly educated New Zea' way, with its thousands of Japanese still bearing burdens of commerce and landers, will appear on one evening of cherry trees that are just bursting the fame of the builder, which proves this program in a presentation of the into bloom, is one of the scenes that that there is no monument so enduring scenes, music and customs of the South la worth the travel of miles to view. Some live years age the municipal Sea Islands. Attired in native costum as a highway. government of Tokyo presented to es they stand amid the scenes of their "If any town would make itself the City of Washington some five country which are thrown by means of The center of the map, thousand small cherry trees and the greater portion of them have lived. Where'folks will come and settle down a powerful stereopticon, on the back ground of the stage, while Mr. Rawei They are not fruit bearing, but the And live in plenty's lap; bloom, which is prolific, simply describes the New Zealand of sixty If any town its own abodes beggara description." years ago and Mrs. Rawei the New Of poverty would rid. What is true of Washington should Zealand of today. Grouped about th Let it go out and build good roads-J- ust be true of every town and hamlet. If platform in front of them is the basketlike old Caesar did." we cannot get Japanese cherry trees, ry and samples of Polynesian weaving why not our own cherry trees to border which may be seen more closely by the roadsides? A movement has been TENNESSEE OFFICIAL audience at the close of the evening. started to place Dorothy I'erkins roses big LONG FIGHT beAnother as event of the week will on the Iloone Way on Stanford Street. WINS known "Health Day", when Dr. If these mature and bloom, as it is Charles E. Barker, who was President hoped they will, it will be "one of the J. W. Seaton of Linden, Clerk of Tuft's physical adviser during his ad scenes that is worth tho travel of miles tho Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial District of Tennessee. was for ministration in Washington, will give to see." yea a. sufferer from stomach troubles two addresses. One of these will be in part a result of his confining entitled "Health and Happiness," and work He tried doctor after doctor. the other "How To Live A Hundred A THREE YEARS RECORD. He tried medicines without end. Years." Dr. Uarker was one of the One day ho took a doso of Mayr's biggest attractions in 1915 on the big Record Test That Must Impress Ho wrote: Hcmcdy. Wonderful Seven-DaChautauquas which Is tho best la tho Redpath "Your medlcino Readers. opened in Jacksonville, Fla., and closed ' world for anv form of stomach trouble, It was not unusual for 300 1 am glad to say that after taking tho in Chicago. people to be gathered about him at the Three years is a long time. A rigid full treatment reel that i am wen. test of merit. Mr. Wright teaitfirs. I "1 had very severe rains In my ston close of the lecture, asking questions. oi Frank Krj I and his band of nearly over three years ago. Later he sajs ach all tno time, uno uouie us jour uiutu twenty men. will amieur in two con Can medicine am me ten times the results were permanent. good as ell the doctors' medlcino that Lancaster ask for better evidence! t took for two years. My family phy- certs on Band Day. Mr. Kryl, director George Wright, Hotel Kengarlan, . slclan told mo that I would nover be and soloist on the French horn, u broth Lancrster, cays: "I suffered from any better today I am wen. I have er of Bohumir Krvl. the cornetist and twcnty-flvpounds.1 band leader, was born and educated an aching back. The kidney secretions gained Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per abroad, but has been in this country Iso bothered me, being irregular, manent results ror atoniacn. liter mm for about twenty-fivyears. He playscanty and painful in passage. Doan.s Intestinal ailments. Eat as much anf Kidney Pills, procured at K. E. whatever you like. No moro ditttcss ed during the World's Fair in Chicago Drug Store, removed the pains after eating, pressure of gas In tho and ut every big exposition since, inone cluding the recent Panama Exposition. and restored my kidney to u normal stomach and around the heart. Cct bottle of your druggist now and try it For years lie has played with the Chiaction." on an absoluto guaranieo u noi cago Symphony Orchestra of which LASTING BENEFIT. money will bo returned. Frederick Stock is director, also with Over three years Inter, Mr. Wright For sale by R. E. McRoberta and all Dr. Carl Klmwalk of the Cincinnati said: "I have had no kidney trouble other reliable druggists. Symphony Orchestra. ince givingmy former recommendation Tho Buelah Buck Ladies' Quartet of Doan's Kidney I'ills." which bus been upon the Lyceum and Price COc, at all dealers. Don't sim HOG CHOLERA. Doan's ply asi) for a kidney remedy-ge- t Chautauqua platform for seven years To eradicate cholera, we will have to with great success will appear on the l'ills-thKidu-- y same that Mr. Wright Fos burn or burv in quick lime all carcasses. opening day, both afternoon and evehas twict publicly reccornended. Co., I'rops. Bulfalo. N. Y. Clean up and burn all straw or litter ning. This is one of the best known where sick hogs have been quartered. ladies' quartets in America today. lime in hog houses Scatter Company, The JUDSON Feed with trombones, cornet, violin and piano, and lots. Isolate all sick hogs. ration. Dip or spray hogs flute and 'cello will furnish the music Mrs. V. L. Sanders visited her moth a balanced The following formulas on another day ot this notable program. to kill lice. er, Sunday. for the prevention and cure of worms Mr. Smith and Mr. Holmes of this Mr. John Simpson has gone to South are given by the U. S. Department of company are well known composers of Dakota for a visit. Agricultuie; music and their selections for band inMr. and Mrs. Luko Naylor entertain Hardwood ashes, struments are played by bands every Charcoal, 1 bushel. ed at her home Sunday. 1 bushel. Salt, 8 pounds. where. Sulphur, 4 pounds. Dr George II. Bradford, who looks Mr. W. S. Scott .pent Sunday with lime, 8 pounds. pounds. Pulverized copperas, 2 his father. Mr. Robert Scott. bo much like William Jennings Bryan ' Mr. Clay Simpson spent Sunday with Mix the lime, salt and sulphur thor that he is often mistaken tor him, will oughly and then mix with the charcoal speak upon a timely topic. Dr. Brad her mother, Mrs. G. N. Ray. and ashes. Dissolve the copperas In ford has long been known, not only as Mr. and Mrs, James Foster spent 2 parts of hot water and sprinkle over a lecturer, but as chancellor of tho Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ray. the whole mass, mixing it thoroughly. Methodist University of Oklahoma' sister, Mrs. Store this In a barrel under shelter, but Mrs. L. L. Mathews and Fredrick E. Hopkins in his lecture John Simpson attended the convention keep some of it in a shallow box for will specialize on community last week. the hogs at all times. For many year Mr. HopMr. and Mrs. Tom Pollard entertained If the hogs are already wormy, tur- kins has been a favorite orator upon a number of friends at their home Sun- pentine can be given in the slop each the Lyceum and Chautauqua platform. day and an enjoyable day spent. morning for three mornings, at the First a Russian count In a place of Alexander M. Lochwitzsky, Misses Jennie and Llllla Ray an.) rate of one teaspoonful for each 8b power, Ueasio Scott are at home visiting their pounds of live weight. Alio give the another of the lecturers on this pro- In the cram, became a political prisoner, and parents and. attending the meeting at hogs the charcoal mixture. then an exile to Siberia where he e absence of charcoal, use slack coal Sycamore. d y 1 e y e d Air-slakbuilding-problem- mained fourteen months in solitary WHY DANDRUFF confinement followed by four yaars at hard labor. Escaping from Siberia. CAUSES BALDNESS. he found his way to Japan and thence t" America, where he is now o natura Get rid of dandruff if you have it Dandruff lized citizen. His lectures are thrilling and the sooner the better. and at the same time highly instructive. causes baldness by choking the pores of the scalp so that the hair roots do not obtain proper nourishment. PAINT LICK There is just one delightful hair tonic Mrs. Betty Griggs is ill at this so compounded that besides ending itch writing. ing scalp almost overnight, and stopping Miss Sallie Woods spent Monday in hair from falling, will remove every Richmond. particle of dandruff after just a few ppucatioiis. Miss Mattie Woods, of Madison In Ask your druggist for a bottle of stitute was at home for the week end Parisian Sage, a hair beautifier, tonic Mrs. Carlos Hedrick and Miss Nell and scalp vigorator that every drug Rice were visitors in Lancastar the gist knows always produces results. past week. Thousands of women use it because Mr. R. W. Estridge has returned they know that nothing else makes the from Richmond after a stav of several hair so radiently beautiful and weeks in that city. always R. E. McRoberts Messrs S. M. Denny, H. J. Patrick guarantees Parisian Sage. and W. L. Carman are taking their an nual fishing trip on Rockcastle river. BRYANTSVILLE Rev. Junius Hunter, of North Caro lina, his been the guest of Mrs. J, Mr. J. Hogan Ballard was in Lexing Wade Walker and Miss Estill Walker. ton, Tuesday. Dr and Mrs. Burdett Ramsey will Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess Is visiting arrive Saturday from Chattanooga, ,for a visit to their son, Mr. Burdett Ram sey and family. Mrs. W. O. Anderson has recovered sufficiently to be brought home from Danville where she recently went serious operation. Rev. W. M. Thompson, of the North Brazil Mission gave an instruction talk on the work in Brazil at Paint Lick church Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Seals and son, of Lancaster and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Berryman, of Brossfield, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsdon on Sun relatives at Lancaster. Mr. Luther Brooks has been spending several days in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Poor of Wilmore were guests Sunday of Mr. Logan Ison. Mrs. Sam Farley and children of Jessamine, visited relatives here last week Mrs. Charley Coulter who was so badly burned last week is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy and Miss Flossie Mae Sutton spent Sunday at Crab Orchard. Mrs. C. M. Deane, Mrs. W. K. Davis and Miss Bessie Caldwell were in Richmond, Monday. Mrs. James Bryant and children of West Point, are the guests of Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Rose of Haz-leto- n Pa, are expected soon for a visit to Mrs. G. B. Rose. Mesdames J. W. Glass and J. Hogan Ballard were guests of friends in Wednesday. Lincoln Prize Seed Corn yields enormously in corn and silage. For sale only by Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Misses Josephine Mitchell and Winnie Kirby of K. C. W., Danville, spent with Miss Cecil Bowling. the week-en- d L. L. Cunningham has returned Mrs. from the Danville hospital where she underwent an operation for mastoids aid is getting along nicely. day. Mesdames Oscar Hammack, H. J Patrick. R. G. Woods, Henry Wallace and Miss Lucy Francis attended the W. C. T. U. Convention at Nioholat ville Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arnold and family who have been making their home in Richmond for the past few years have moved back to their home in the country dear here. Their many friends are glad to welcome them baiik to their old home Quite a number of young people met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Tread way on Saturday evening and presented them with a number of beautiful and useful articles for their linen chest. Several novel and delightful features of entertainment were introduced and i delicious salad course was served, Miss Chastine Rucker assisting her sister in cntettaining. IF ALL WHO HATE WOULD LOVE US. Now Well i all who hate would love us. And all our loves were true, The stars that swing above us Would brighten in the blue; If cruel words were kisses, And every scowl a smile, A better world. than this Is Would hardly be worth while; If purses would not tighten To meet a brother's need. The load we bear would lighten Above the grave of greed. If those who whine would whistle, And those who languish laugh, The rose would rout tho thistle, The grain outrun the chatf, If hearts were only jolly, If "Thedford's Is the Black-Draug- ht best medicine lever used." writes J. A. Sleelman, ol Patlon ville, Texas. "Isullered terribly with liver troubles, and could get no relief. The doctori said sumption. all. I 1 had con- could not work at Finally I tried THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGH- If grieving were forgot, And tears of melancholy iVere things that now are not, Then love would kneel to duty And all the world would seem A bridal bower of beauty, A dream within a dream. If men would cease to worry, And women cease to sigh, And all be glad to bury Whatever has to die; If neighbor spake to neighbor, As love demands of all, T and to my surprise, 1 cot better, as well as any and am to-d- man."Thedford's Is Black-Draug- ht a genera, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that has been regulating Irregularities ot the liver, stomach and bowels, lor over 70 years. Oct a package today. Insist on the E-genuine Thedlord's. The rust wquld eat the saber, The spear stay on the wall; Then every day would glisten, And every eye would shine, And God would pause and listen, And life would b divine. -- Washington Star, ' The Central Record incorporated, issued Weekly. $1.00 The Central Record, Thursday May 4, I III 1916. A SQUARE MEAL H I I I; a year. To The Arerage BEATS POETRY. Man The Material Com- Making the Little i J. R.L tntertd Member E. ROBINSON. Editor. Farm Pay 1iI rl Neglect of fruit growing Is flagrant In the middle west, but the modern Idea of securing larger returns per aero from the land will In n few jenr result In it revival of horticulture. No matter how large or how small it farm Is nor where It Is situated. If timber will glow then-- , wise land owners will give u reasonable mmmnt of attention to fruit They will m ill nge their orchards Intelligently nnd make them pay nt the rate of J'.Ki to nn ncre. As land grows In value $t0 farms naturally decresike hi lrc nnd ownavs come to ro.illze the need of making every ncre count to the utmost of Its earning rapacity without destroying soli fertility Kxpcrt fully ncrre Hint orchard l.iud may lie made to rstiirn n good Income while the young tree- nro coming to maturity. There are many crop that ran be handled In rn orrhnnl without hurting cither syll or tree-- , and prisons cultivating sninll tracts will feel like using them to iii.it; o the ground protllalilc every year Instead of walling Ave or six yea" for the fruit tree to mntun. I nm more n:nl more roiivlmvd of the ldoni of planting fruit how far npart than l customary Forty ther feet apart each wny Is'uo.ie too much but for apple, penrci nnd che'r.e-while tin mo: s.vslen of thes? tires U develi'l'lng there Is u good upr rtiinlty forts Count Most. ELKIN, Lncnl Editor nnd Mtfri M Ins foil Office In lAdCMitr, Kj., at Second C!n Mull Miller Kentucky Press Association i Eighth District Publishers League, Lancaster, Ky., May 4, 1916 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices ...$ bM 10.00 voi County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line To the Democrats of Garrard county; .10 For Cards, per line I am a candidate tor the nomination for For all publications in the interCounty Court Clerk, subject to the est of individuals or expresaction of the Democratic primary. sion of individual views, per 10 August 1917, and take this method of line 05 soliciting the support of all Garrard Obituaries, per line...? ounty democrats. I have always a loyal democrat and will continue to We are authorized to announce Miss sunnort the party and its nominee Jennie Hifrgins a candidate for County whether I get the nomination or not. School Superintendent of Garrard Very truly, County, subject to the action of the Jeptha Onstott. primary August 1917. Democratic en Doctoring Mania. Some women nro so thoroughly inWe are authorized to announce J. O. oculated with the doctoring mania that Bogie, as a candidate for the Democold ratic nomination fcr County Court when baby is entirely well and tho will disappeared, she Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. man's grippe has imagine the old cow is sick and nearly dose her to death. We are authorized to announce Joe Hamilton as a candidate for County Dream of Procrastlnator. Court Clerk, to fill out the unexpired Dillydally (a chronic procrastlnSubject to ator)"! dreamt last night that I term of J. W. Hamilton. the action of the Democratic primary er ah proposed to you. I wonder August 1916. what that Is a sign of?" Miss Linger-lon- g (dcsreratcly) "It Is a sign that We are authorized to announce Hun. you have got more sense when you Chsrles F. Montgomery, of Liberty, ore asleep than when you are awake." Without Philosophy. this the Eighth district of Kentucky, Without philosophy we should be subject to the primary to be htld the little above tho animals that dig or erect their habitations, prepare their first Saturday in August. food In them, take care of their little ones In their dwellings and havo We .fire authorized to announce good fortune, which wo Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the besides the being born ready clothed. have not.tif democratic nominationjfor County Court Voltaire. Clerk, subject to the action of the primary, August 1917. FOUND; Auto license number Apply this office. LOST; Auto license If found kindly return office. 9852. Casey county, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in NO WITHDRAWAL OF TROOPS- - Marked progress was made yester day in the negotiations being conducted by Gens. Scott and Obregon looking to the adjustment of the Mexican GERMAN SITUATION Blessed Man. Blessed Is the man and beloved of all situation. The two men met for eight the f ods who Is afraid of no man, and hours in El Paso, and a signed anNOT VERY OPTOMISTIC nouncement last night said that the of whom no man Is afraid. Vedas. No decision has been reached by the proceeding with their conferees were tAk in a "anil-i- t nf riwl will." Prnm German diplomats in answer to the Strayed from my home in this city, 'thi, nth.r Information it wa, h. United States note, according to the Sunday night, a black horse with leath-',iev,,(,E, Paso that the Mexican announcement made yesterday by Herr er halter. La3t seen on Lexington u.,t m. von Jagow, the Foreign Minister, bepike. Information appreciated. mand for the immediate withdrawal of fore the Budget Committee of the Dr. W. M. Elliott. the American forces and that the dis- Reichstag. The delay on the part of Germany cussion now concerned the means and has increased the gravity of the situaextent of between the FOR SALE force and de facto troops. tion in the eyes of Washington officials. It has been two weeks since the Hi acres of land near Hyattsville station on Kirksville pike, Croom house communication was dispatched and it iTHE COLORED SCHOOL is believed that this indicates that a and I straight out answer will not be given, Fannie II. Uussel, It. F. D. No. 1 Lancaster, Ky. ! COMMENCEMENT. but that an argumentative reply will be forwarded. Romans Opera House was the scene BURNED TO DEATH. of a very pleasant gathering among our ored citizens Thursday evening, CLEAN UP YOUR PREMISES. Two little daughter of Joe Hopkins, of Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, were April 27th. The occusion was the Report of Dr. John G. South, Pres. Commencement of the colored to death in their home Friday, morning. The mother had lett them school- - Each participant on the pro-asleSlate Board of Health. She gram showed excellent training mid de- and irone to the snrinir. nvereu nis or ner sunjeci in sucn a way Whereas a careful study of the voffi- remained longer than the expected, and returning, found the house in flames. as to impress the audience. The music, cial returns under the Vital Statistics She used every effort to save the little solos and chorus' under Prof. W. M. Law, for 1915, about an average year Sneed and Miss Lillie II. Mason, ac- shows that Go per cent. 'of all sickness ones, but was unable to do so. companist, showed great preparation and 41 per cent, of all deaths occuring As colored citizens we are unanimous in the state in recent years are from CONFERENCE DINNER in praise of Prof. J. J. Green and his diseases that could be prevented by for the good work done this health officers and doctors if they About sixty invitations have been acof cepted and acknowledged to attend a year. We highly nppreciatu the visit-oi- s could get the intelligant from Stanford, Richmond, Danville all the people, n large part of them Business Men's Dinner Conference, for nearby vicinities. The principal from what are known as filth diseases, the discussion of the extension and im- - ' and provement of the work of the Young address of tho evening was delivered by caused by an almost criminal ignorance E- - Jont'3' D D- - of and carelessness, even in the best Men's Christian Association, at the Ilex j Ucv- - H. E. Taylor, of KV- - His subject; "The Value of Little homes and schools. Theater The tox levied upon us each year, in Berea College, C. A. Tevebaugh, City Things", was treated in such an inter-Wor- k he hM hia audience loss of time, medical, drug and nurses Secretary nnd S. A. Harris, State esti"K wav bills and for premature funerals, are lor one Hour. Boys' Work Secretary, will be guests spell-bounThe people of Lancaster should ap- greater than all the taxes paid Into the of honor. preciate having such a man as Prof. J. municipal, county and state treasuries. J. Green, at the head of the school. In view of this fact the State Board of TO THE CITIZENS OF LAN- Coming as he does highly recommended Health has named and set apart the from Fisk University, one of the lead- - period beginning on Monday, May 8th, CASTER AND GARRARD ing schools of the country he has made und ending Suturday, May 13th as Week" and the County mtny improvements "Clean-U- p I good, and lidded COUNTY; to the school. Health Board urges every famlly.tcach er and other owner or occupier of prem Your telephone com .ttee deem it ises to gather and burn or remove all advisable to make pubic ien..rtbi the NEW YORK WOMAN LEAVES refuse from their premises, especially present status of the ti ei Imne iUn-tio- n. Place your refuse in the back yards. The Battin Teleplione Ihm failed in front and the town will have it $25,000 TO BEREA and refused to furnish to tho committee olH hauled any Information or data to juttlfy its Now Is the time to look after your COLLEGE. demand of a raise in th telephone rate. garden house and replace them with Asthe iHiblic generally knows a suit Septic Tanks. Sand, cement and rock Miss Martha II. Andrews, a member will cost you from $10.00 to $25,00 owwas instituted by certain of the citizens for and on behalf of all of the citizens of un old New York family, who died ing to the size. If you are not ready against the Ilaatin 'telephone Company there February 5, beimeated the bulk to build Septic Tank, the County to furnish service at the present rate, of her estate, valued at $1,150,000, to Health Offi-e- r urges that existing gar Judge Hardin rendered u decision in religious, educational and charitable den houses be boarded up at the back favor of the people. And we believe institutions, most of which are situated and sides and lids be made for the seats should the matter go to the Court of in this citv. Bequests of $50,000 each so as to make them and guard Appeals the decision of Judge Hardin were made to the Tuskegee Normal against chickens, etc. will be sustained. Your committee lies and Industrial Institute in Alabama and The County Health Officer has been been at work investigating telephone the Hampton Normal and Agricultural before the Council asking the Council systems, the cost thereof, the rate. Institute ill Virginia. Ilerea College, to pass ordinances regulating this source of infection and the City Attoretc., and in due time will tmike definite at Berea Kv, was left $25,000. report to the citizens and tu the City The Stata Executive Committee of ney promised the Health Board that he would meet with them and. draft an Council of Lancaster the result of their the Young Men's Christian Association, and Investigation und what is u fair, just the Board of Foreign Missions of the ordinance reguluting cess-itooland reasonable rate to be charged for Presbyterian Church in America and garden houses to bo presented to tho the Board of Horn" Missions of the Council at its next regular meeting. telephone service. Presbyterian Church In America each The County Health Officer will fur Itesrsttfully, After th nish plans for all character of Septic: S. I). Cochran, was. bequeathed $50,000. payment of the specific legacies the Tanks and give you information needed S. C. Denny, residuary estate will go to five organi In the construction of same. J. It. Mount, Committee zations, one of which Is the American J. M. Acton, Health Officer J. W. Smith, I Garrard County. G. IS. Bwinebroad. Bible Society, number 1?026. or notify this For the average person, unblessed with riches, it is the material comforts of life that count. That '"we want but little here below" is a truism, but to be without that little is keenest hard ship. A good meal isn't poetical, but tho honest declaration,"! con eat a hearty meal without discomfort," has a better sound to the average man than the best line ever penned by poet. It is after long loss that the m terial thing, when won back, seem so much better. Of all the ailments that aflllet hu manity, chronic dyspepjia probably is Its causes and the most common. characterizations are many. Skilled specialists have been unable to cope with this almost universal malady, hut Mother Nature, in combination with skill and chemistry, has ccmpounded In her exhaustible laboratory a marvelous remedy for this trouble. The symptoms of this common dis ease, which is only a forerunner of more complicated maladies, are many. Belching after meals, frequent nau sea, pains in the region of the stomach, and a tired feeling, arc only a Dyspeptics few of the indications. become listless, then morbid, are mel ancholy over trivial things, have whimsical ideas, besides physical sufferings, and with appetite gone, sleep fitful, dizzy spells and frequent nausea, life hardly seems worth living. Tanlac was designed to check this distressing condition, and to restore a healthy, normal appetite, bring good, restful sleep, and banish that tired, nervous feeling In short, to restore the stomach to the t abit of doing a full day's work and doing it well. Tanlac, the ideal reconstructive tonic, is being especially Introduced Lancaster at It. E. Mcllobert s. where the Tanlac man explains its merits and the results that can be ex pected from its use. Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby cities. Paint Lick, J. N. Metcalf; Becker & Ballard; Little Hickman, Collier and Bruner; Berea, S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Evans; Itichmond, H. L, Perry & Son; Crah Orchard, Lyne Bros ; Burgin, G. T. Schoolfield; Danville, John S. Wells; It. E. McUoberts, Lancaster, and W. C West, Silver Creek. I .... "1 ill ,,,, ill H ., Dy C. 1 C DOWSFIELD I I 1 1 i rTi . II .., nudd nes connected CLOTHES 5, f He's feeling Good. at last. Tarks avid jfevidrevL Incorporated. Co, STYLE LEADERS. Tocxa niciT DANVILLE, KY. ikoa couiso to matdkitt, ' ..j non,,i i,,i,i ,t. Beans and peas are excellent crops to raise in un orchard, ns they pay well, are good nitrogen gatherers aud do not Interfere with the roots of the tree In ordinary cultivation. Bushes and crops of nil kinds should be kept a few feet uway from the trees. Apple trees will thrive anil do well on almost any soil which has had good preparation, but different kinds of soil require different treatment. lAauiy land U naturally rich In plant food. Hence It will require llttlo If any manuring In Its preparation. But It should be deeply stirred and thoroughly broken up by subsolllng. This loamy earth Is what may be termed free soli, ns it to raise a vnrlely of crop In the orchard. Uven after tho trees ore In bearing there wil) little harm In cultivating ventolin niul (lowers be- AID FOR EUROPE'S BLINDED tween the rows, provided enre Is shown lu working tho land. Ilaspberrles and American Backers And Business Men currants will work nicely In this scheme Issue Appeal Throughout The for n few years and lierbaps ;eruia-nently- . United PBBltA. Clean thftbisflaBBtlatiWsMBlMMiMi I I Stales. Ip and Faint Up. The thousands of Kreuch. Belgian and British soldiers who have been blinded in the European War are in a pitiable condition, according to an appeal of American bankers, philanthropists and business men, through the B. K. B. Permanent Blind Belief Wat Fund, 690 Fifth Avenue, New York City. The appeal was issued locally, today. by W. F. Champ, Cashier of the Citizens National Bank, who is of the Fund in this locality and who will receive all local contributions. Unable to work at former trades. seldom becomes compacted. war-victiA claj; soil-I- s the most difficult to' these numerous blinded prepare and often requires manuring cannot support themselves and their families. 1 heir governments, overnur- as well as thorough plowing and It should also be frequently dened with more immediate problems, stirred during the summer nnd espe- are able to do very little for them, the cially as soon after each rainfall us appeal states. possible to prevent it from baking aud The American bankers, business men becoming compacted. This becomes and philanthropists who are issuing the even mora Important In seasons of lung include Frank A. Vunderlip, droughts. Persons putting In large or- appeal Bank, chards will do well to study the sub- Prejident of the National City ject of dynamiting the ground, (espe- August Belmont, the Hon. Uhhu Boot, cially If tho Boll Is heavy, ftiudy luud Vincent Astor, the Hon. Kobert Baccn, Murray Butler, U. S. l.s generally lacking In plant food. Dr. Nicholas Au elevated bit of laud Is U-s- t for Senator Thomas P. Gore, the Hon. fruit, but whllo n gentle slope Is rec- Myron T. Herrick. Otto H. Kahn, Jo.-ep- h ommended a steep hillside Is not deWidener and George A. Kessler sirable. Good results usually follow parsfrom spring planting, apd tho young ing dally through a living death, these trees may bo either oue year or two thousands of blinded war.victims uru years old. Apples arc n profitable crop In nil bein slowly killed, not by their injurstates which prodtico timber, nnd there ies, not by starvation, but bv tho apof aro hardy varieties which grow well In parently permanent hopelessness tho extreme north. For New I'ngland. their situation. Six months' training, New York, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Illi- on the other hand, will educate each nois, Michigan. Wisconsin, Canada and one of them In some trade not requiring northern localities generally the fol- Bight. A single contribution of ne;eril lowing vurlctles of upplo uru suggesthundred dollars will go far to make one ed: Yellow Transparent, I'.arly Harvest, of these blinded soldiers Bed Astrakhan, Duchess of Oldenburg, for life", the apoat states. Golden Sweet, Trenton Uarly, liirly The appeal is being sent to one hunStrawberry, Primate, .Maiden Blush, Jersey Sweet, Itnmbo, Porter, Fall dred und twenty thousand people of Pippin, Bulley Bwcct, Fameuse, Hhla. prcminence throughout the United Beauty, Wealthy, Grimes Stutes. wasseo Golden, Jonathan, lied Canada, Delicious, Tompkins King, Northern Spy, NOTICE Kutton, Wagoner, Iopus, Spltzeu-burItomo Beauty, Iloxbury Ilusset, The following city property will be Beu Davis, Ithodo Island Baldwin, Greening, Stark, Wluesap, York Im- sold for taxes Monday, May 22nd 1910. perial. Lanslngburs and Yellow New- if taxes are not settled before that ton. time, Arnold. Lucy, 1 Allen Geo. 1 1 1 Beasley Andy 1 Doty, Ernest 1 1 1 3.19 4.18 3.20 Denton. Wm 1 1 1 3.19 3.18 3.20 3.75 3.70 Dunn. Allen 1 1 1 3.75 Faulkner, L 1 1 1 1,92 E.25 5.25 COO Safety First 3.00 3.00 3.00 A Denver sociologist sayi that red Harris Wm 1 1 1 headed women are weaklings, but Johnson Joe 1 tl 3.97 4.50 .4 50 4.C1 wo'ro going to let him tell them. Johnson Wm 1 1 1 3.19 3.18 3.20 Macon News, Kavanaugh W 1 tl 3.19 4.00 4.50 4 50 KavfinanMat.lt! 1.U2 1.32 1.32 1.31 2.C3 2.G3 Willing to B Heroic. Miller, Hesslo 1 1 1 4.25 10.88 10.88 7.50 "Some men Is so Nelson, John 1 1 said Uncle Eben, "Mat doy'a almost NewlandSara 1 1 1 .50 1.50 wlllln' to take delr share of a grip Overstreet It. 1 1 1 .50 4.50 4.50 4.50 epidemic fob. de sake of seeln' other Williams J as 2 1 1 4.50 3 40 people suffer." E. T. BUCK, Collector. Trlmmlnjj th Trsss. Trim a llttlo every year rather than much lu nny ono year. Peach trees require moro pruning than most troes. At least a half of the now growth should bo removed escb season. 1914 1 1 $2.751.50 ?1.60 $1 50 2.63 2.88 2.C2 1 1 3.C5 3.00 3.38 4 V 11)11 Use Chinamel or Kyanize the best inside finishes and Mastic or Hammar the BEST PAINT for outside work. Hammar Paint $1.65 gallon n McRoberts Drua Store n 5 One - Million - People IN THE i i LA Sunday Schools of Kentucky MAY 7th, ft manent member. 1916. $ You owe it to yourself nnd your Suite lo atttnd Sunday School on Mny 7tlt. If you find there nny good for yourself or nny opportunity to do good for manlier. Income u per- ? Kentucky Sunday School Association. a SEfWDi MMUWtfttfifcaKdt tos 1912 1013 Will Hemp Seed, for fall delivery Can furnish Seed for planting. A. M. SHELY Hotel Kengarlan or SEES WANTED. contract for cultivated I F. B. MARKSRTTRV. ,srs,r'.-- r - tt I'strMtr-nssur"- The Central Record, Thursday May 4 19 Id. MOVING prices. $22.00 ami $25.00 FAST. $18.50 $20.00 Arvl All our beautiful NEW SPRING SUITS at greatly reduced Suits $16,98, Suits $W 98. Inspect The Joseph Mercantile Co. See Our Beautiful Line of Spring Foot Wear. Do Not Buy Until You Have ed Our Line of Floor Coverings. TO OUR CUSTOMERS When you catl central over the Bastin Telephone Co., please make note of what you wan!, 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, Gossip Abottl People A Brief Mention o( the Coming, Oolnji byThoic W Arc .'nttrtjltd h Mm. W R. Todd has returned w-- ek visit tu Stanford. J after; Clrv Pumphre It rr this Frankfurt, wh irj In. Mrs Oppie Drown has returned from n pleasant visit In Stanford. J. K. Mount, Son The Square Deal House. & Co. Mr and Mrs John E. Stormcs motored to Danville, Monday afternoon. w( Mr. Ned (K entree t of Nicholasville n visitor at Buckeye Sunday. Miss Rosa Ray will leiivu tor B few weeks stay In Lexington. Mrs. Hettie Heynolils Smith and brothiT, motored to Danville Tuesday. Mrs. J. E. Oickernon and son. Wet ley, weru visitors in Danville, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Denny have returned from a stay nt HotSprings Ark. Mrs. J. C. Robinson is in Lexington for a visit to her sister, Mrs. Richard son, Mrs Iliddie Robinson has been visiting relative! in Lexington for the past week. i 1 4 BEAUTY AND ATTRACTIVENESS OF OUR Mid-Summ- er Hats finmp nnii Will Annrnl tn Ymt. rr Insnirf Thpm r " i TV I MRS RELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS, Mr tail. T. Farris has retuined to Frankfort, after a visit to his daughter. .Mrs. S. A. Walker. Miss Lizzie, Tomlinson of Rryantsville is the guest this week ot her cousins. Mr. and Mrs. llarrv Tomlinson. Mrs. J. It. Mount who has been quite ill, is reported much better, much to the gralificalioa of her friends. Messrs I,ee Ford, "Hilly "Martin and Tom Clark, popular young men of Dan- iville, spent .Sunday in Lancaster. ONE THOUSAND HOUSES IN GAR- Mrs John M. Farra and daughter. Miss Johnnctta, are with Mr and Mrs Joe lturnside for a weeK end visit. Mrs. Lucy Arnold and Mr. and Mrs, IU1I, of Winchester, motored to Lancaster Sunday for a pleasant call. Mrs. William West. Mrs. Robert Embrv, Mrs. James Royston and Miss Annie Royston, were in Danville Friday. Mesdamc John M. Farra, Joe E. ltoliinson and Uobert Klkin motored to Harrodsburg and Shakertown, Wednesday. RARD COUNTY ARE SUFFERING FOR Delay means more final COST. Paint now and be dressed up for the summer visitors. Splendid showing of high class values for inside and outside painting at Mr John McRoberts is at home for and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weddlc and Ins summer vacation, from Louisville children of Madison, motored over Sunwhere he is attending a phnrmacenti-ca- t day and spent the day with Mrs. Wed-die- 's school. mother, Mrs. Lucy Henderson at J. minwnwnt Messrs John Mount. W. A. Dickcrsoh attending, Rev. S. Mii Mary Doty i visiting relatives and Methodist II. I'olhtt are Moretand. Conference at the and friends at Ilig Stone Gap, Va. Mr. E. L. Price, who edits the Odemj Miss Irez Ray wns in Nicholasville News in Odcm, Texas, writes he wants tl.e latter part f last week with friends to exclmnge his paper with the Central Mrs. J. M. Casey, of Danville, has Record for the reison that licence lived been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs in Lancaster and learned to set type R. It. Wilkeraon. under Capt. White in the ollice of M I). Hughes. He mentions R R. Noel, Miss Lillian Cochran has returned Lay tun, Mrs. Jack Hiatt and home after a delightful visit to Miss Terrill James Tester as relatives he left here. Akcr at Senorn, Kv. Mrs. Jack Adams was called to At Mrs. II. F. Hudson entertained the Mite Society of the Presbyterian church lanta last week by the serious .ll'ieas Mrs. Clay of her yesterday nfternoou. Driscoll. Mrs. DrUcoll did Saturday Mrs. Letcher Christopherjms return-frothis was niRht of a:ute indigestion. u pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. indeed a sad death, as Mrs. Driscoll Christopher at Somerset. was a happy bride and will be plena Mrs. J. M. Mount and little son. Jack, antly remembered here as Mis Nellie were in Danville Saturday visiting her England b the visited the family of Mr. and Mrs Adams last winter. sister, Mrs. W. Logan Wood. S. C. Denny, of Lancaster, spent Sun Miss Webb entertained the members day with his niece, Mrs. Kelly J. Fran ot her music class Tuesday afternoon cis.. ...Miss Nell Rourne of Lexington, at the Graded School building. has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mr. Shockey of Lexington, will be W. K. Warner.... Miss Jennie Lawrence with Mr. and Mrs. K. Grow at their of Lancaster, was the guest of Miss country home fram Friday until Monday Maud Arnold, Sunday,... Mr. James A. House, wife and son, James, of Lancas Mr. John M. Carpenter nud niece, ter, were guests of Lee Stone and wife. Miss FayeTudor.arrived Saturday from ...Mr. and Mrs. Robert House stopped St. Cloud FIj., where they spent the on their way home from Elixer Springs wintr. to see Mrs. House's mother, Mrs. Lor Mr. Tom Howard and family movid vina Long ...Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Trib- Wednesday to their new home on the ble, of Danville, Mr. Tom Chestnut, of Iluckeye pike, recently built by Mr. Garrard, Mr. and Mrs. John Andrews, Howard. of Sherman Ter., and Miss Elizabeth The Chautauqua Circle was enter Simpson, of Garrard, were among those II. tained yesterday afternoon by Miss who attended the funeral of Hettie Robinson at the homo of Mrs Murphy here Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Murphv's daughter, Miss Sue Whitley Alex Walker. Murphy, of Idaho and son, Joe II. Mur Mr. and Mrs. Alex Walker entertain phy of McKinnev, Texas, were also ed in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry here. Interior Journal. Tomlinson Tuesday evening at a six o'clock dinner. Optimistic Thought. Mr. and Mrs. 0, R. Carpenter have Wo cannot bo Just If wo aro not lud heartod. been in Preachersville at the bedside of her brother, Mr. Woods Carpenter, who Ability Concealed. has been very ill. "Thcro Is great ability in knowing Mrs. C. O. McKenney and daughters, hovr to conceal one's ability." La Elizabeth and Evelyn, have returned to Rochefoucauld. their home in Corbin alter a pleasant Optimism and Pessimism. visit with their aunt, Mrs. Lucy HenAn optimist sees mcro woman workderson, and cousin, Mrs. S. II. Jennings ers as a result of tuo big war. What Mrs. Granville Clark and son, Albert, docs tlio pessimist sec, more man loafMiss Jane VotyU visiting Rockwell Smitli in Danvjlle. Mrs. grand-duught- ncct nted of ihf C mmb,a Theatre. he Mi News Of The Churcues. r " w- - v YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Rev. F. W llurnhom. President of For and Bhrubs. the American Missionary society, will Mrs. Chaires Walters. speak at the Christian church next Sunday night. Hemp Breaks made and sold by W. The officers of the Christian church F. Parks. Paint Lick, Ky. have arranged witli Rev. C. S; Urooks, of Portsmouth, O., to hold a series of Our line of harness is the best that meeting this fall, eginning the last can be found and our prices are the week i'l September or the first week in lowest. W. J. Romans. October. The meeting to continue for several weeks. Rooms for rent to desirable parties, at reasonable price If rented at once. Baptist Church Services. Sale:-Flowe- J Rina McWhorter. 9:45 A. M. Iiible School. Paint Lick, Ky. 11: A. M. Preaching by the past'or. Handsome brass bed and Quartered P. M. Preaching service, subject 7;30 Oak washstand and dresser for sal Minding lour Oa-i- i Uusiness . -A. J. Clere, Pastor. cneaP- Mrs. John Mo'int. A man Need of a Friend. Will buy all kinds of Junk, Rags. needs a friend, not to flatter him, but to strengthen him at his Rookpaper, Ledgers and Magazines; weak points. also metals and rubber. ' H. P. Northcott. Chinese Proverb. My son, fear the man who fears I will have flowers for sale again this thee, though thou hast tho strength to year. I have rooms adjoining Lackeys him a thousand times. crush store on Richmond street. Miss Mattle Estes. S THE SOY BEAN. As a food the soy bean ranks high. In crude protein nnd fat It Is equal to linseed anil cottonseed meal nnd twice as rich as wheat bran. As a concentrated food It Is valifablo for hogs nnd sheep. Its use for dairy cows should bo moderate, as too largo allowances of soy beans may produco soft butter. For hay and pasture It Is excellent; as a soiling crop rather unsatisfactory; ns n soil renovater highly beneficial. This crop can Ihs profitably grown on sandy soils for seed, hay, pasture, silage and green manure. The handsomest line of Buggies ever seen in Lancaster, and no advance In the price. Let us show you W. J. Romans. Just received car of Cook Jellico block coal. This is the best cooking coal for summer use;slso car of Straight Creel; round. Best Kanawha salt and 'me. H. B. Northcott. &' Vi Wanted. bushels of Cultivated Hemp Seed for fall delivery. Phono Glass & Glat s. Camp Nelsonf Kv. 6000 Residence and Shop For Sale. Owing to my health will sell worth the money my residence and shop with one and half acres of land in Buena Vista. Shop has established trade' ot VALUE OF FETERITA. 28 years. Call or write J. E. Scott. Buena Vista. Good Crop to Grow Whtr Thore Aro 413-2mLong Spells of Dry Weather. ns a dry weather crop and will become an important factor In Kansas agriculture. It Is not adapted to cold, wet weather nnd couciueutly Is not recommended for growth In tho eastern Fctcrltn has demonstrated Its worth FOR SALE Best sow and pigs in Garrard county. . Ed. C. Gaines. ' ers! Stormcs' Drug Store. 3C 3C 1 C 3C 3 IP SEE EIORE ii i & HOPPER Mr Hurry Tomlinson and charming Lowell. bride of whom we spoke last week, have In speaking of the Shakesperean celereturned from their bridal tour and are bration nt Sayre, the Lexington Leader at home to their friends on Richmond has the following to sny of Miss ElizaDally Thought. streVt. beth Ford, a l.uncaster girl; "The balI don't bellevo In anybody who has James II. Kinnaird was honored cony scene from "Romeo anil Juliet", Mr. not had a tltf. It means a complete at the Eighth District W. C. T. U. enacted by Miss Elizabeth Ford, a love- nbsenco ot character. Mr. Justice-Avory- . Convention which met in Nicholasville ly Juliet, and Miss Lois Mitchell, who last week by being made Vice President in liojisli garb, acted the Impassioned of this district. Romeo with admirable expression. " Source of Harmony. Harmony docs not come only from having all tho voices In tune, but from keeping thoso silent which aro 'way off tho key. In Advance of His Time. w "Look here, you said you'd have my car ready last night." "Well, what aro you coming around tonight for?" Judgo. For Insurance on till classes of property. Also growers of Hemp &. Tobacco Which Do You Prefer? Lancaster. Kentucky. rni: irir rn II Capital $50,000. Surplus $50.000. A SHORT TRIAL of the checking system will convince you of these two points: It is a time saver, It is a money saver. TIME and MONEY are your two most valuable assets. Why not conserve both of them by immediately opening a check count at this bank. It will cost you nothing. It is important for reasons of health and practical economy for every housekeeper to ask herself this question : "Do I prefer a pure baking powder liko Royal, made of cream of tartar derived from grapes, or am I willing to uso n baking powder made of alum or phosphate, both derived from mineral sources ? " The names of the ingredients printed on the label show whether the kind you are now using or any brand, new or old, that may be offered is n genuine cream of tartar powder, or merely a phosphate or alum compound. Royal Baking Powder contains no alum nor phosphate. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York Cause of Discontent. "What makes us discontented with our condition Is tho absurdly exaggerated Idea wo have, ot tho happiness of others." French Provorb. Willing to Compromise. Departing Diner "I'd like to give you a tip, waiter, but I find I havo only my taxi faro loft." Walter "They r do say, sir, that nn walk very good for tho 'calth, sir." Is after-dinne- ac- One Good Turn Enough. Thero are mornings tn life when oat thinks that rolling over and going to sleep again, after tho alarm clock has dono its worst, ought to count as a good turn for tho day. Citizens National Bank ' OF LANCASTER, 1 KV. r. !U. V. HUDSON. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. President. Jon J. Walxek, Jr., O. I'.iqnev, Ass't Cash'r W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. but, as another bas said, "It takes something more than a mortar-boarcap, a 'varsity suit, a frat pin, a bulldog pipe, and 'rah to make a successful man." rah-ra- To Make a Successful Man. Some seem to feel that anything which will put dollars! Into the pocket la proof ot success, but it Is not. It may prove the power to got money, third of the state. FOR SALE. "Fcterlt.i Is nit exceptionally good A Singer Automatic Sewing Machine crop for western Knnsas, but in eastern Kansas tho regular black hulled in perfect condition and will sell cheap. ivamr is netier, says it ij. Cull, pro Apply at Central Record office for 'n- fessor of agronomy In tho Kansas formation. . Stnto Agricultural college. "In a dry season thU crop will prove satisfac FOR SALE. tory farther east Tho ncreage In Kan sas has teeii Increasing rapidly, but n 3,000 acres of line Alfalfa land on decrease Is predicted for this year ba- - pike in good ttction of Mississippi. cnuso or the disappointment experi- C.000 acres of Alfalfa and grazinglands enced hint treason due to tho abnormal in Alabama mar Q. & C. R. R. Writs ly cool nnd wet weather. Wo have been warning farmers In eastern Kau- for description and prices. J, E. Higginbotham, nas agnlust planting fctcrltn on acWest Point, Miss count of lu Inability to stand an excess of moisture. ' "It Is a crop that Is drought resistDO YOU KNOW ant and has tho ability to withstand long seasons of dry weather and to Your old carpets and cast off clothing keep developing under thoso conditions. makebcautlful Rugs and that I will Tho vfhlto shnlo soil of southeastern Kansas seems to grow fetcrlta better sell you at half price a combination than Kaffir or com, and almost always Vacuum Cleaner and Sweeper to keep fetcrlta will do letter than auy other your rugs clean. mo. row crop upon these soils. Fannie Bishop. "A mistake that a great many farmers niako Is to plant fetcrlta too early DON'T KEEP HENS, In tho spring. Tho ground must be warmed up thoroughly before a crop Male Your Hens Keep You. Is planted. If it Is planted In a cool, moist soli tho seed will rot before It My Single Comb Brown Leghorns lay will germinate, and a poor stand will when eggs are high. Setting eggs IS bo tho result. That is ono difficulty for 75 cents, 100 for $4.00 CASH. tho farmers had last year they could Erie C. FHrra. Box 272, uot get a stand ot fetertta becauso tho Lancaster, Ky. ground was too cool. "It Is better not to start planting In tho spring until threo weeks after tho CORTRIGHT TIN SHINGLES, regular corn planting time, May 13 to Juuo 1. Under good growing condiThe best and only real good shingle tions tho crop will easily mature dur- on the rnarkut today. I have the exing tho season. In fact, from 00 to 100 clusive agency for this shingle In Gardays is sufficient tlmo for tho crop to county and can put them on mymature in a usual season. All the sor- rard ghums aro apt to contain prusslc acid, self at a reasonable price. If you are which is poisonous if tho plants aro in need of any roofing or building of . stunted In growth, duo to drought or any kind, give me a call. C. S. Roop, frost. They aro then unsafo to pasture. This la truo of feterlta as well as Carpenter and Contracted of the other sorghums." Cartersville, Ky. . i he Centrai Record, Thursday May 4, 1916. School. llBIHHqnilLhliBlimiUlB!t:Ul:BM,l(! y l?m.WlHn!ll,Mt)'liMHItKthlHt'illSW What tlx Engineers HIRTY tt are 5r -- At Doing But h it not cnouch to draw moral. In the United Sjite fire grcit Enpnctrinii Societies Civil, Mining. Mechanical, Electrical and Chemical hare pledged their icrricca to the Gorernment of the United Statea, and are already working hand In hand with the Gorernment to prepare industry for the national defense. They rceeire no pajr and will accept no par. All ther aeek it opportunitr to aerre their country, that abe mar hire her induitriti mobilized (or defense. All elements olthe nation's life the manufacturers, the business men, and the workingmen should support this patriotic and democratic work of the engineers, and assist them cheerfully when asked. Thtrt can ht nt bitttr national iniumnct against var. The Associated Adrertising Clubs of the World, representing all adrertising interests hare offered their free and heartr serrice to the President of the United States, in close with these fire Engineering Societies, to the end that the Country mar know what the Engineers -- re doing. The President has accepted the offer. The Engineers hare welcomed the ThU advertisement, published without cost to the United States, is the first in a nation-wid- e series to call the countrr to the dutr of cooperating promptlr and fullr with the Engineers. NAVAL CONSULT1NO BOARD OP THE UNITED STATES IN 'U. 'twoiMitRiMit tlMmvH UlMM thousand American engineers are making a card index survey of American industry so that it. may be prepared for its vital pari in ucicnaing me vxmniry, n need comes. The past eighteen months have taught us here in America what lack of industrial preparedness has meant to some of the countries now at war. These nations had the ships and they had the men: but when the hour struck, their factories were not able to furnish the colors with arms and shells and powder. Their factories were not prepared. And our factories are not prepared. In the appr.il from any Sunday School I tow much liam this work eoatt ISIS tha total eapensa Leader llurln nan N.XM100. . DAY rvni-- ii ii"" i mi- - iii'iw Leader From orterlnaa .'f the Sunday On nn.l Rids of Irnll vl.liinl". schools Day encii schoo In aeknl to make an offerlna; to tills Much Enthusiasm Has Boon School -- How la It possible for nr of- gnmuiuon to no o mucn Created By This Annual Leader. Ily the help of many hundred -tnlunteer eimcers in rounues . State Event trlcta. ami by the most careful man nement of the affair of the Aaaoeta u.i i t . ...... .hnnii An Its share In thin work for "A Greater ami a Heller Kentucky." strenathen na: the work or SEEK ATTENDANCE OF MILLION our own school nnl extendlna; Intermt ami help to an parts ni in ' alory Hymn. "Trll me th old, 9. I.eseon Touaht. 1 ... -I . I. Kentucky Association Has Prepared In looka up to ine Program to Be Furnished to Sunday-Schoo- l! 11. Tnee verse of "My faith Move12 -I- tenedlctlon. Upon Application Much Good ment Accomplishes Since Origin. The neat State Convention will be held In Somtraet, October S, 6, 7, Every Sunday School In the Day tins become State la entitled to send delegates to an annual nfTalr In tho stato of Ken this Convention, and will gain by dotucky. Tho first ono was held In 1914,! ing ao. when n great enthusiasm was nroused nmon! tho Sunday Schools of Ken- THE STORY OF THE 8UNDAY tucky. In every part of tho stato In SCHOOL DOLLAR. vitations were sent out to all tho pco-- 1 pie, organizations wero formed, and a Tho result of tho Goto-Sundanew Interest In tho Sunday Schools Day has been manlfost In was awakened. Tho attendanca upon School largo Increase In permanent member tho Sunday Schools on this day was In , ship of Sunday School and Church creased iron inrce nunureu mousanu As a direct result of tho movement to six hundred thousand. Last year year fifty thousand visitors betho goal set was ono million; and so last Sunday School members. Hore romplcto was tho organization In the came num aro three typical cases: I different counties and towns, tho An Old Soldier. i no special direcber was reaction, Day" In ono On tion of tho day has been given to tho Sunday Schools an old man Kentucky Sunday School Association, of our am sercnty years old. It over ald. "I i which Is a s MAY 7 IS j71 ImwisiWiiif enacioias Tiresof Mack "Barefoot - 1 Rubber the Clutch, or mm i " TIKE n Pup to rt Root," do thoy hnnp on to tho riRalnat safd Uiey CLING to It, much zz your liaro foot clitnra to slippery Burfacoc. il J J throw on tho Crakes. Hut, instend of merely nrindmg I Earth, when vou throw t Earth, for Traction, 1t. Tread-Wea- ,.,' How well it doc3 this work. how much more Resilience, Comfort-in-ridini- j, and Mileage, itivas, may bo realised only by tost. Rubber," fans stretchy almost nsa puro Rubber band, Lighf't"vaht aa Rubber in itn nativo arr.lv. kbr, g (in Tirs) tl.m but stronger, touahcr, jmrc Rubber could ever be. y is That Lightness, Stretch, and due, in part, to tho nbsenco of tho heavy nnd ir.crt white Bul)3lancc3 which, in otlicr Tires, provida t' 3 witty texturo designed to jrivo circctivo tut orindirg Traction, when Clutch or l'rakes do their work. To provido its maximum Traction with minimum FricCm (which means minimum Host, minimum and lessened Strain on tho rubber ndhes-iv- o between fabric layers.) That's tho Mission of tha new Gccdrich "Ban-foRubber." longer-wearinCLING-qualitr, ot Tliis now nnu wondorful Goodrich "Barcte'; soctiTtcs suilbino In t.M.M mi r,l .1 AkMVM IWIIII I .111.1, MTH WIIT I II.IW tTrriTvJftw voas iMMA 1 BOHEMIAN KING. THE KING OF THEM ALL, THE CHAMPION OF THE RING. SIRE--whos- We sons and daughters have sold for more money, IMPERIAL e are owned in, and have won in more states than the get of any stallion of the age. $50. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT ALLEN S.EDELEN Glenworth Stock Farm. BURG1N, KY. Ask for handsome photographs and literature Three other high class stallions 16 hands high standing at $10. and $15. to Insure a Living Colt. W. 0. Funeral Office RIGNEY. Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. attendance. Schools. Did any permanent go result Day last from Mountain tour by an InternaYear? Our Good tional worker. Leader. Sunday cnooi omcers reporter i an Increase of more than fifty thousand' Older Boys' and Girls Confer regular attendants sa a direct result of Stallion ences. that day. Many of these have become-rhurcmembers. In nome schools that 20 Institutes. day marked the beginning of a steady 74 County Conventions for the growth in membership. la Kentucky the only state where Pchool. workers of moro than three Day Is observedT thousand Sunday Schools. Leader, The first state-wid- e Day was observed In Ken104 Counties visited by a state tucky with such splendid results that worker, each visit bringing dithe attention of the whole country was attracted, and since that time many rect help to from ono to one will make the season of 1Q1G at our states have Inaugurated such a other hundred Sunday Schools. burn, 3 miles below Huckeye on the movement, and manv more are planning to have their first Special rallies. 200 lluckeye and Lancaster pike at the very School Day In 1916, 300 District conventions with prac- low price of How Is It possible to secure the School cooperation of all the Sunday Schools tical, helpful programs. of this great state In this movement? Leader lJecaue the Sunday School 40,000 Copies of tho Kentucky SunLiving Colt workers nf Kentucky have formed a day School Reporter dlstribut state-wid- e organization, the Kentucky ed. Sunday School Association, which 1s HAWK is by Landaras 14517.lie sired reaching and help- 98,000 Circulars of Information disInterdenominational, ing all fields, and reinforcing the work by Kilo l)e Dominant 9875. lie by Domtributed. of all the denominations. inant, by Hienfnl.iant, bv Vermouth, by How are the affairs of the KenSchool. 11,000 Personal loiters. tucky Sunday School Association manWith this record back of It and VUloco, by Coco II, II by Viex Chaslin. agetl? leader. Dy an Executive Committee oven larger things planned for this by Coco 712, by Mignon, by Jean I.e composed of forty members elected by the State Convention to which everv year, the Kentucky Sunday School As- Illanc. Sunday School in the state may end sociation, 712 Loulsvlllo Trust build- ,lUam of Landura 7709. She by Extra voting delegates. This committee is of representative from the coupol churches: Itaptlut, Christian, ing, Loulsvlllo, Ky., asks for the hearty dor 212.1, and out of Linnet II., by following of all people desirous of Liesure II.. anil out of Cullalie. Lies. Kplscopal. Evangelical, Lutheran. Methmaking a greater and better Kentucky ure 1)., Bireil by St Laurunt, and Reformed, and Presbyterian. odist, out.of I School. this work needed In Ken-turk- y in Its work for tho best organization,! Kvanlina I). !H5. She by Tachrau and Leader It 1. for In our state for every equipment and teaching In all tho Sun J am UIUb' o97. The sire of Taclivnu one who goes to Sunday School there day Schools of tho stato. You cannot arc (our wno may nway. avuru Int. I'M, und aire of l!wU t, Teachers. lircausot In some counties In make a better Investment than by is l the state there are no trained teachers making a contribution ot this Associa- Coco II, II. In the Sunday Schools, and y most HAWK is a good individual, und a of the teaching of the lllble must be tion. Do It now. dune in these schools because there are superb siro, of splendid pedi;ree. Mi few churches where there are reguono million people In tho To secure lar prearhlng services. Women Hecause there are fourteen Sunday Schools of Kentucky on Mar counties In Kentucky where there Is no 7th, will mean that every member of d of cradle roll; and less than .. the Sunday Schools of the state have i no nuiiuuj ocuuuia iuubi uu uicbuiu i m make lh l"!a!,0 at t,le ame time cradle rotla. PaC hrln,, anml,n,W nl.n. If Tv Men. Ilecause there are still In KenA. Ulvlntf $IO- tucky twenty-on- e counties where there you attended last yoar as a visitor, are no Organised Adult III hie Classes, you will want to go again this ycar.l Head Licht Is a bay with white points, G counties without Home and twenty-on- e Department!. It you haven't boen to Sunday School years old, 15 hands IiIrIi, has plenty of body and Ilecause there art forty counties School for years, this will be a good time natural style ar.d uction. He is a ureat horse und In Kentucky In which there Is no Organized Class for Teen Age PudIIi, for you to come and see what Is being " Kxl breeder. and there are thousands of these most) He was sired by Ited Leaf 21391, recnrd2:2Ci, clasies that ahould be having the bene- done In the Sunday School. In fit of class organisation. schools you will And many chanKOS.' Trial. 2:10, half 1:00. tho sire.of Mary 2:28J und Leader These facta and other similar many Improvements. You will be sure "V U K Clay, record 2:18. V ones Indicate the need of conventions. His first dam was bv Granby. record 2:191 Institutes, conferences, surveys, per- of a cordial welcome. he by I'rlnceps. sonal visits and other means of pre- Kentucky Sunday School Association, senting standards and stimulating In2nd dam by Iilacks Humiltonian, 3rd dam by terest In Sunday School work. 712 Louisville Trust Uulldlng, Red Wilkes 1749 School. What Is the Kentucky Sunday Loulsvlllo, Ky. School Association doing to meet tbest Also at the same time and place will stand our pony needs? Leader It employs four workers for full You owe It to yourself and your 4 Cm) district and coun-- i time, holds about ty conventions each year, conduct! state to attend Sunday School on May lsits about two about 2& Institutes, thousand Sunday Schools each year tq 7, 1910. If you find there any good i,a some direct rlv. on tha beat help, distributesHundav for yourself, or any opportunity to do methods ofi leia permanent fihool work, senda out man; thousand good for another, become a responds to arery member. Utten and circulars, School. church. The man who Is now Cover Colonel uur- nor ot Kentucky, was Ing tho war. I always obeyed every order ho Issued. When ray old Colonel Issued the order that everybody must School today, I had Association, 712 Louisville Trust build- corao to Sunday I am here, what aro Now i to obey. ing, Louisville, Ky. I you RolnB to do with mo?" A Men's ORDER OF WORSHIP AND INSTRUC-- I lllble Class was ready for him. Threo TION. weeks later ho becamo a member of ' May 7, 19IS. tho Church and has lived a consistent 1. Mualr Straina of aacret! music Christian life ever since. played aoftly. at the sound ot which A Young Man. all will he allrnt. I. Call to Worship. At another Sunday School, a younc "(live unto the I,ord the Superintendent. vlnrr ilit llntn Ilia nam' l.Hnff nn nf. man. who had been solng with a wild frrlnit and come lie'ore lllm: wnrahlp act. was among tho visitors on "Go-to- I In the beauty of hollnMa." tho nay. " Ho boenmo a i "1 waa Klad when they aald unto' Let ui ga into the house of the gular member of the loung Mens k,..lnKl?.h",,i'u.S.mJ?' !:!.. Bible Class. Soon after he declined S. IVayer. an Invitation to go on a Sunday OX' ' pow,r n.'m.n " icufslon whero he knew there would bo - drinking and gambling, saying, "No, . Responsive Heading from the Scripr ..n...k ..i boys, no more of that for me. I havo and prayer to uod ror srael Is. that something so much better. they might be aavetl." A Junior Boy. School. "Christ la the end of the law For moro than a year none of the for rlKhleousnesa to every one that Sunday Leader. The word la nlRh thee, even In family had attendod Church or School On thy mouth, and In thy heart; that la School. preach." the word of faith, which we ' permitted to School. "That If thou Shalt confess with Day" the children were Jesus, and ahalt go and from that day became regular thy mouth the believe In thine heart that (od hath members. In a few weeks the raised him from the dead, thou ahalt boy united with tho Church. be SAved " Leader. "For with the heart man old unto rlchteousness; and with The mother then sent to the And now i Church homo for her letter. the mouth confession Is made unto tho father, too, often sits with them School. "For the scripture aalth. brlleveth on lllm shall not ba at the Church service. ashamed." I Kentucky Sunday School Asso- Leader "For there la no difference be ' Tho tween the Jew and the (ireek: ror the elation has been busy In many fields same Ijrd over all la nigh unto all that , of Bervce. A few of Its activities are call upon the name of the Lord shall listed below: ba saved School Day, School. "For God so loved the world, bringing 600,000 visitors to that He cave Ills only begotten Son, that whosoever belleveth In Him Kentucky Sunday Schools. should not perish, but have everlastlnc Stato Convention, bringing tolife." Hyyin. "Love divine, all love exgether representatives from 63 celling." counties, 7. Responsive Reading. million leader. On April 25. 1915. one Bundajr School of Methods for the people In Kentucky attendnl training of Association officers. School. This year the Sunday Schools of the state are trying to equal that City Training School, giving a record and In time we are all hoping twcntyweeks' course to repre that' one million citizens of our stata will have formed the habit of regular Sunday sentatives of forty-nlnSchool following program for tho day, and will send sufficient copies frco ,1 anyt Sunday School making application for I them to tho Kentucky Sunday School '. I Hunaay-scnoo- AREFOOT RUBBER" can lw had in GocxU Tiros, Goodrich Motor- rich Safety-Trea- d JL. Cyclo Tin, Goodrich Bicycle Tins, Goodrich Rublwr Boots, Goodrich Truck Tires, Overshoes, Soles and Heels, and in no other make bui N Goodrich. Get a sample of it, at tho nearest Goodrich Branch or Depot tcxlay. Stretch it thousands of times, but tear its fibres you can't. With all this.-obs- crvo that tho fc- -'. V r" : T' -in America made of thia TENACIOUS "Uan.r..f Rubber, cost you t; j (snd usual!- - L?). i ' .. Tires made I v cAIkt rerpoatibl. nar.vnc-- t No "larger-sized- '' Tires (tu!..n SI ' . f : 'd Typo for Type), are made ih- - Goodrich Y -j rizl Tia-s- . 1 tin'il he has at lea. 1 'td on j pa." "ikircfoot" Rubber CctJ;;ch Tboo ? Umn I17i, then, should the Goodrich " Cucieti Kzn p:y t" - ""air-'.u;- rrica. fo;-- cf r:j thesj era r.v ' GOODRICH 6S tju n. Akron, Ohio. jo. f. coonmcii twetvo-year-ol- eaeefoot"1 Tires Co. Who-aoev- Lancaster Motor Car Percheron Distributors for Garrard County. Sunday Hawk $10. to Insure MEAD LIGHT To Innuro Colt, Shelbark fs by Dock Gray, and ImKrted Shetland and out of Coys Shetland Pony. Shelbark is 62 incees hitch, beautifully marked and is n splendid individual and can't bv beat under saddle or harness. Shelbark will stand nt $10.00 to insure a living colt. We will also at the name time and place stand our bit; 0 Year old Jack, .OREY TOMS Maura livine horso mule and $10. to Insure living mare mule. This Jack has a good broad bone heavy body and line head and ears. He was sired by Illack Joe, he by King William, Jr., he by old King William, he by Tom Sheilock. 1st dam by Young Tom, 2nd dum by Stonewall Jackson, 3rd dam by Mogul. Ulack Joes 1st dam by Long Fellow, 2nd dam by Hourben Chief, 3rd dam by Illutk Frank. Young Tom was sired by Greggo. Old Tom's 1st dam by Jason Walker's Caatillion, 2nd dam by Illack Hawk. Money due when maro Is parted with, or bred to another horsu or Jack. Lien retained on colt until service fee is paid. Care taken io prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. at $8.00 to Director and Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Phone 18. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-F All Occasions. Prompt Attention Lancaster, 43 or 83. All Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster.' RAY SHEUBARK. Buckeye, Ky. C& AMON Phone 387-H- . The Central Record, Thursday May 4, 1916 Robert Mitchell. Joint SEASON OF 1010 S. Duster & Son. COMBINED STALLION. Stop At The Bourbon Stable nt Fnlr Grounds. Unbert, Mitchell, I'hntiu Knight, 308O. & CARDS.! WIHIIIlHIIIIllllllllllllllll Gait House When In Louisville. EUROPEAN PLAN. BUSTER MITCHELL. Hiirrmlchuri!, Kentucky. Ilurgin Ex. John S. Iliistcr, I'hone 37-- O. Dr. Wm. Office D. Pryor, Bourbon Knight 3080. 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. Hourbon Knight SOW, chestnut stallion; blaze nnd four white fret Sired by liotirbon Chief No IC0C; ho by Clark Chief No. Ml, by Membrino Chief No.ll by Membrino Paymaster. 1st darn, Estelle Cillesplo No. 4,7)1 by Wilson King Nn. 2190". 2d dam by Joe Hlackburn. 3d dam by I'eter Halcorn No. 3212. Hourbon Knight No. 3HS0 is a beautiful chestnut with white markings, itnnds 1S.3 full; will weigh 1,100. His manners are perfect. Harness and saddle extreme finish and atvln; action high, straight and fnst. In presenting this hoi-sto the public we know that he is no lottery for he siies extreme finish, and of the show horse tym. Hourbon Knight has proven himself u great show horse in all company and breed. Hi; has proven that hu is worthy of bis ances try. Ilrceders of saddlo horses rarely have the uiipurtnnitv to breed to a stal lion of such blood lines and as much class nt the small fee of Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Kalney's Livery Stable. Lancaster, Kentucky ii W. itnrraw, (Sriultuttc Optician Wanes Killed Hallilacllon (luarantttd. $25.00 To Insure a Living Foal. BLEUCHER 46158. Will make the season of 191C at the Fair 'Grounds, Harrcdtburg, Ky. Money due at birth of colt or when mare is parted with or bred to an other horse. Care taken tn ifi:vi nt accidents, but not responsible should any Hay Stallion 16 hands, star, left hind ankle white, fine style and action. occur. will make the season of 19IG at my barn at Hackler, Kentucky, at HIGH PRESTON 6846 He Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. Buster & Mitchell, Harrodsburg. 1916 $10. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Record 2:211, Trial If Half llrnther to Lula Watt (1) 2:27J. Trotter, llrown Stallion, about lf! hands, fouled llKHj. Standard Registered Vol. 18. , m ..u s, t.n Halt Niakt jum nirrnfm. lUmarlM In nt II ln wareb- - ( Swxlii llriMl W lliki t.m' iirihtllM fllnl I:lm KffiKii m. KMuril Hals VIU is Otal tlrmx! MMf. i llt,v I'l.v Ik. Valp. I , lllllr llHlk to : irtawNaf ism,, Me..U I Jrnnr Clj .. tHrHfl.tlamirf mi. I IIHaSk wimmI hell Krnma roan v lira! J,. Ml ZatflM IHik r U'lf HIM.rm.i i Hra U'llkM II ' mrrnl H IhI.IS. etc. Muki llltt YHk((tiM Hll III titfcrl tj Clf Hr jsmm. nrira t 'l'i. H. Slralhmotc IJ. I Ma Wall! tlajn ol K.iftv II. Ilr i in m mirni'. i.es'. IM, JZ I!Tli IllfwtW IBM)!. Ulln Hlfk III Kuafr MttlirteM III 1MT'; II. :tt Ml ul, hall I,I if. N. in j.tvti. rte sMla M KH'il llrmk I WIU. Mil.Ml U " "... " 'T inii t.i.r Hall lu la film I l"li I lay I tlrank 1 Kl II. riar Ilr llarr. 1 r'.. an.! I. ill. cl.r ItaM nl Hllmi Hrnrtk 10 1 1",. dam nl rru:f1',. laf III 1ft1. IK "Silent lironk l7in. 2:IGJ. sire of llillv llurk 2:081. Meadow llrook 2:05. Shswbay 2.U7J. Zarrine 2:071. Hetty llrook 2MI, Bmms llrook 2M. Lady llellbrook 2:10. lluttrr llrook 2:10. Silent lirigade (2) 2:101. Margaret Ilathgate (I) 2:IU. etc. Sired dam of Chstty Direct (I) '2:071. etc Hit dam. Jenny Clay, aim produced Itol.lie Clay 2:251, ami was grandam of True 2:21 J. Moko 21157, sire of Ferrno 2:1)61 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Uremia Yorke (3) 2:OS. (Futurity winner) (5) 2:011. Nntive Hello (2) 2:071 (Futurity winner) (3) 2UJ (champion Mnnrico 2:071 (Futurity winner.) Silver Silk (I) 2:0!5. Susie N. (3) 2.UKJ (Futurity winner.) (iomoko 2:10. Mobel 21101. Moche.ter2:10J. Momaiter 2:11. Sillkn (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (cnainpton trotting stallion.) Vito (I) 2;09J, Martha Tipton (t) O'Neil (3) 2:131. etc. Hrother to Hum; 2:03. Haron I). 2:10. etc. Illeucher 40I6H, record 2:29. tnal mllo 2:1 II. half in 1:0. last quarter in He 32 aecondt, U a handiome aeal brown horae, and will wri;h 1I0Q pounds. irrcatly reemb)e bis rooI lire Silent llrook and u out of Clayo, by thu ureal Futurity lire Moko. Foreign demand lia exhausted the nupply and wo may expect better prices for our horaea in the future. Our advicu to mare owners is to breed their mares and to breed them stallions of merit and proven worth as sires. Illeucher is just the typo to produce, the colts that will supply the demand. His colts have proven flue, with nice head and neck and plenty of bone nn 1 conformation. This great trollini: Stallion will make the soavm of 191ft at my stable in o u u 3 lfl IS,, 1J;, tf,.) t"V l) xt Nro) Ik litl lw. .. HIGH PHESrON (1IC sired by Carroll Preston, 4383. he by Preston 922, by Washington 51, by Cronwell 73, by Washington Dcnmntk. Carroll Preston's 1st dam llaby Pence 70i9. by Enoch Ardeii, 2nd dam Ladv Pence by Alroont For The Season of Forrest 2f03, 3rd dmn Daughter of Garrard Chief 2263. 4th dam Gray Eagle. Lick, Kentucky 1 offer HIGH PUESTOM fiiir, 1st dam was Queen Eagle, she by King Eagle public service, the splendid individual and royally bred jnung com2550, ho bv Itoyal King 2563, he by Ontime 745, he by Stomewall Jackson 72 bined Saddle arid Harness Stallion Itoyal King's 1st .'am Mollio Mountz 25'U, was by the notnl sire Cabbells Lex Jl. Casey, D. V. F. S. King Eagle'M 1st dam Hip 3579, she by Eagle Bird, he by Old King ington. Eagle 75i. 2nd d.im H il Lion, 3rd dam Harris Denmark 45, 4th dim by Jim Hell. to a Living Colt. fee of HIGH PKESION C8l0 2nddam Lady Hird. she bv Eagle Hird 1014, 3rd Study his pedigree. Easter Prince MSC will stand for mares at my barn dam Mollie Drennen she by Old Drennon, 4 th dam Copper Hottom and runs Graduate Cincinnati Vetcrinury back to old Davy Crockett 3236. - Thoroughbred. in Lincoln County, on tho Hustnnville end Danville Pike. College. will not be resHinsible should any Care taken to prevent accidents, but Also at thu same time and place will DANVILLE, occur. Tho insurance is forfeited if mare is sold or traded 01 bred tn another stand my fine Jack, KENTUCKY horse, llrefd your mares to this horse nnd get colts that will tell for the bgh dollar. Paint Atthelow Easter Prince $15.00 6636 John J. Insure Veterinary Surgeon. The Best Blood of the Chiefs and Dcnmarks Blended. EASTEIt PItlNCE foaled 1913. C3CC. C. C. Morgan 4665 a Living .J. llrown colt. star. 2 hind feet white. 15.3 hands H. At $7.00 to Insure Horse Coll Beazlev () Easter Prince IVIM by Prince Koe 429j, dam Duchess of Denmark 2510, dam of Madison King 2979, champion of Texas. Prince Koo 4295 by Hourbon Princ 2141, dam Netlette Dare G787. Duchess of Denmark 2510 by Duke of Denmark 795. dam Helen 11. 373. Hourbon Prince 2141 by Hourbon Chief 970. dam Itosc Scott 2S22 by Dolan Denmnrk 40S. Nellcttc Dare C77 by Chester Dare 10, dam daughter of King Denmark 115. Duke of Denmark 795 by Gen. Duke 1002. dam daughter of Fayette Denmark 00. Helen U. 373. by Abo Van Meter dam daughter of Waxv. and $8.00 for Mare Colt. is a black Jack, with white points. 15 hands high, coming seven years old nnd has proven himself a good breeder. 0. Morgan by John Morgan. Jr., 3705, was sired by John Morgan, he by is out ot an imported Jen net. John Morgan. Jr., out of Jennet bv Joe Hlackburn, he bv 3rd Prince, he by 2nd Prince, lie by Imp Prince. 1st dam Daisy by Dixie, she by Irvin Dixie by Kickapoo, 2nd dam Mollie Grav by Lord Wellington, 3rd dam by Importer Dam Heecher Jennet. A lien retained on all colts for service. Care taken to prevent accidents. but not responsible should any occur. Morgan FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ofilce Over National Hank. Residence i'hone 3. Office Thono 27 LANCASTER, KY. For All Kinds of ROUGH Stewart Sandidge, Moreland, Ky LUMBER, see 6. C. COX, Manse.Ky OmceHours)-; t Artist Peavine. After a careful consideration, year-ol1 J. F. Foley, Hackley, Ky GENTLEMAN 5167. Imvj finally consented to allow my four 2SS'J M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Doctors' Of Denial Surgery., omcm Stormti Bntldltigorei Hurl 6. Jkudcr aou's urnlinre ritore. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. chestnut stallion. Artist Penvinc by Kentucky Peavine to serve a l.sncatter, Kentucky, at limited number of approved mares at $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. 1 KENTUCKY $15. To Insure a Living Colt. lly competent judges of combined horse, this horse U said to be one of the best individuals in Central Kentucky. Space will not allow a lengthy dis will nlso stand this beautiful Shet- cussion of the merits of this excellent horse, but a careful perusal of his pedi land Stnlliou for the se.awn of 191(1 at gree will convince you, without a suggestion from me, that few horses in the my stable in I.ancaatvr, Ky.. nt State of Kentucky are his equal. This horse is by Kentucky Penvine 2&S9. and nut of a mare, Artie Hose, Itegister No. lltat, sho by Kentucky's Artist. The tntire pedigree on both I am pre pa ret I to take, care of inures sides (and he is royally bred) is in my hands for iniw:ction and will take grent I.ien re pleasure in showing you this horse and his pedigree. on crass at 10 cents n day. $10. To By Chester Peavine 3184, by RexPeavine 1796; dam Flora Carter 8419 by Red Squirrel 53. Will make the season at my place one mile from Stanford on the Danville pike at $15.00 to insure. TREES Tres Fruitand Shade Strawberry Plants, Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everythinj! for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agta Insure A Living Coll. J. Nevin Carter, Stanford. O! at tained on colta for service fee. Money due when mare is tradod or purled with. accidents but not reponib! should any occur. Car taken to prevent SEASON Two Miles West of Lancester on New Danville Pike. 1916. my stable, ono mile W. B. BURTON, Phone 95. The following stock will mrike the season McCrcary and six miles East of Lancaster. East of H.F.Hillenmeycr & Sons. Lexington. Kentucky. 1916 Lancaster, Ky. HORSEY COLD DUST JR. mi. N A BOTH, 1225 pound JR. Peavine 85, Will stand at 10. to Insure a living colt I will also stand a good four year old REX McD. Hit r 6597 Crltilvra- Pviimsrk. ' ( 'Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 16 hands high. inmrl mo Mare I'J fitil ot Hie Weat lk OrtlS : ...!" HHUlrrelM. reloM InnlliM Htir lisvla lla M Muulmie Id. IT ( M&lll Aarhm 1'ennlim- - Ullk lellai.M iaeaall. I ) III ilnin InilmliChk'llain sm. SI are ky Mnta Hum fj by Drennon. Naboth Jr., Is a rich red bay. i years old and full 1G hands high. 'ighs and is a horse of wonderful beauty, having n long, rangy neck and carrying a fine tail. He Is a perfect gaited horse with superb nil round action and like nil sons of old Naboth he has great natura speed in harness. As is generally known there U n scarcity of good horses, and those suitublu for the Eastern market bring fancy prices. If the breeders would raise. 'Number-one- " horses they must take the mares to the right kind of siroa. Naboth, Jr., beyond all doubt is u horse that will produce tho type of horses that the market He has size, demands, and for which the public is willing to pay high prices. style, action, beauty mid breeding. If like begets like you enn get the rlxht kiml of horses by breeding to Nulioth. Jr. You will note that this Stallion has thu blood of Old Naboth, 10. Old Messenger Chief, Ited Wilkes, Uorge Wilkes, Mnmbrino Chief. Pilot, Jr., ur.d Harry Clay. n Percheron Stallion, at $10.00 to insure a living colt. "If':- rbtrr.'$d hereby p've warnnot to trespass upon purpose whatever as all offenders 'to ful law. Hunters and. test extent of Fishermen especially take notice. E.1 & N U l'nce K. L. Elkin V. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. James G. Conn, H. 0. Arnold. J. C. Morgan J. 1'. Illand. Long Ilros J. II. and V. S. Weaver W. T. West. J. llooth Sutton. W. L Lawson and son. Howard King, Miss Carrie Iloulden,. J. II. RIgsby. John Richardson, J. C. Rigsby, The undersigned ing to all persons our lands for any we will prosecute t- P TED Pedigree. Naboth, Jr.. by Naboth, 1001112:191. hu by Waliinglmm. 210C. sire of Latitude 2:I9J and several others in tho list. WaUingham by Georye Wilkes. Old Nabulh's first dam, Tinsel by Messenger Durock 10! sou of llamble-IoniaSecond dam, Hess sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hiirnhletoninn. Third dam, Jessie Snjru by Harry Clay 45. Fourth dam by Liberty, son of I.unce, by American Eclipse. Naboth Jr., will be kept during the season of 19111 at my stable near HryantsvilleontheJ.il. Dunn farm ami will be permitted to serve mares nt thu very low price of J. II. It can be bwn by tlio liKriM that thU horse btdoiiKa to n family of champions, his sire. Hex McDonald beinu the. world's champion of champions. On his dam's kide hu tractw to Montnwo who was champion for eluhteen 1 yiars. This horse has the finest gliouMera and withers that have over 8fin, splendid bone, short buck. Hi neck, head nnd eurs are in the right place. 1 have He also hag the best shoulder motion iind hock action of nny horse that ever had in my atuble, You HEX Mcl). is a show liorue In harness as well us unier the saddle. Ho will can not make, a mistake in breeding your good mares to this horse. make the season David Steven. S. C. RIgsby. J. II. Thompson. Am and lul Ilourne. Davis Sutton Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Davo Dudderar Jerry Illand. We will add other names for 25 cent A. C, Miles. Thompson, II. L. Kelly. Frank Thompson. D. M. Anderson. J. II. Woods. M. Jno. Farra. cash. At $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. $10.00 To at Insure a Living Colt. I will At the same time und place, stand my fine Jack, I will also aland my walking stallion. a Woman ? J $8.00 to insure n living horse colt and $10.00 tn insure n living maiu colt. Napollon Jr., has proven n great breeder as nil of his colts show for them stallions in Ken. the. best CLYDESDALE I'HINCK ALHEUT, one of selves. Also ut same time will stand my beautiful spotted pony, barns at the low price of $10.00 to tucky will also make the season at my HORSE HOLE & S8. FOR HARE. and farm horses u living colt This is the kind to breed to for mule nmres Living Colt. BEECIIER M0RGAB6. FOR to good JACKS at At the aame time and place will also stand two extra I retain a lien on all colts until season money is paid. Mares transferred 110.00 each to Insure living colts. All this stock will make the present season I am prepared to care for stock from a distance at reasonable prices, Lut or bred elsewhere, forfeits inturunco and must be paid ut once. Care taken to 6 t my farm near Paint Uck, Ky. no responsibility assumed for accidents or escapes of stock committal tu my care prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. I'hone 364-1and every care taken to Mares will be kept on grass at reasonable rates resonsible should any occur. -Prevent accidents, but will not be GAY BOYD, At $10. To Insure Living Colt NAPOLEON, JR., $10. Insure CHIEF NAPOLEON 5107 Shelbark Jr., at Tho Woman's Tonic N. W. ROGERS. Phone-Paint L. TEATER, BRYANTSVILLE, In KY. WALKER BRADSHAW, . Horses, Jacks and Jennets for sale at all times. Uck Exchange. Paint Lick, Kentucky. to thank my friends for their patronage continuance of same during this season. I wish the past und usl. for u Mccreary, Kentucky. FOR SALE AT AIL DRUGGISTS . i ntr central Record, Thursday May 4 I&ld. $7.00 Per Barrel, fibst patent. Highest Quality. Our Flour is Guaranteed to please you. We have it in Sacks or Barrels. Dealers rmnrntr' rni nun I rAKJUUK 0 UII.U111N i ,da.,,tfa,tnMa,,B,iiaaaBoB,ooa dpara below tbn heading A HUDSON, HUGHES & FARNAU. in High Grade Field Seeds, Etc. TEN COMMANDMENTS LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. FOR A CLEAN CITY. Thou shnlt locate, report and Solemn Diplomatic Lie. Many a truo word may bo spoken In jest, but a diplomatic He is always solemn. SPAINEY. Sunday school is progressing nicely REX iiuiici:. jruuiiry xiaiacra at Lawson's chapel. Miss Iieasie Lawson is visiting herj sister, Mrs. Stephen Sutton. Kept Busy. A man who always tells the exact Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Miller weie the Cholera, Gapes, Limberncck, Roup, Canker. truth has to spend more flino In verify- guests of Mrs. Jim Coldiron, Sunday. irnaai a nooo. ing than ho can devoto to talking. no evai, no car Diarrhoea and all Diseases or Poultry Mrs. Levi Elam was the guest of Riw Mrs. Iohn Morgan Monday afternoon. ax., iWacvlWlm.Kr..r "Om W W IliilKa twl rt iwihiiI hate rm cMct This splendid walking stallion will ulalae www eadrahen.UMcliMkiaMaae'r. Value of uost Manuscript. Mr. anil Mra. Ilnnrh Wirp Mfg. ti4 CiartiUM it J, Boil Crime, Iviilvn. Ij. fries 50c at all Drafflttt. A Massachusetts court rules that OLD BIV manuscripts lost In transit are worth j the guests of Mrs. Levi Elam Sunday, make the season of 1916 at my place bustible rubbish. paint at Stormes. $10 a pound. That Is generous. C. C. & J. K.Storine." Mr. .Levi Elam visited his brother, at Nina, Kentucky, at Thou shalt wage continual warfare makes a largo majority of them worth W. E. Moss has six fresh Jersey cows on weeds, dandelions and untrimmed more than they would bo If they ever John Elam, of Crab Orchard Saturday night. " trees. for sale. All good ones. arrived. DE 3 Thou shalt whitewash or paint thy Mr. and Airs. Stephen button were $10.00 TO INSURE. FOR SALE A nice Duroc boar. buildings and keep thy premises con the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Missed Doth Ways. Miller McCormick. It K D 2. Mose Lawson, Saturday night stantly clean. Rex Garrard is a rich red sorrel What Is the difference between lhou shalt not spit on sidewalks, or man wbo has seen Niagara, a man Mrs. Alford Owens visited Mrs. G. VV. B. Burton bought a nice driving years old, by Old Rex IVavIne dam by in any public place or conveyance. who has not soen Niagara and a ham A. Morgan, Sunday afternoon, who is horse (n Richmond last Monday. If so call at Thou shalt not sweep thy sidewalk in sandwich? One has seen tho mist, the quite sick. Tom Covington. He is 16 hands high, White Enamel's and Varnish Stains the business section after 7:30 a. m. other has missed the scene. Do you and Mrs. John Rigsby wre the Mr. Thou shalt not throw tin cans or rub- want to know where the ham sand' at Stormes. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Miller, good conformation and his colts are all LU bish, in any back yard, vacant lot or wlch cornea In? Well, that's where last Sunday. pound hogs alley. J. B. House bought you bite. natural waixers. walking norses are Mr. Henry Anderson of Brodhead, Thou shalt strictly obey these pre of Author Beszley for $146.60; visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B always in demand -- and are bringing crpts that our name and fame may be To Give Children Powders. LU a nice Lunch, also Everything In Soft Eggs f or Hatching. Mrs Fred Conn, the foremost of the cities of the land. C. Anderson last week. good prices. A successful method of giving chll Route 1, has some pure Brown Leghorn Mrs. Flora Hammons and .two child drcn powders la to cut open a small eggs for sale. 15 for 50 cents. 100 for piece of chocolate cream. Insert the ren are visiting her uncle, Robert Survivals of Stone Age. $3.00. 200 for $5.00. powder, and close the chocolate again, Grear in Clay county, who is quite 111, Marble hearts and concrete "domes' Mrs. Bettie Smith and Miss Polly W. B. Denny sold a pair of four vear are not' necessarily survivals of the This Is one of the easiest ways In In ducing a child to take powder, and Reynolds and brother, Leslie, of Lan old mules to B. G. Fox of Danville for stone age. NINA. KENTUCKY, less sickening than the usual spoon caster, were the guests of Miss Sallie $2.75. ful of Jam. Elara, Sunday. Girl's Absorbing Curiosity. C. M. Dean, of Bryptsy)e, bougjit Perhaps many a man has been ac Miss Augusta Hammonds and sister. Value of Punctuality, a team 01 louf yuir 0q none rfiqies iq cented because some girl had an ab Easter, and Mr. Joe Hammons attended Tho Woman's World appeals to the Monday, prjc 13.50. sorbing curiosity to find out what she AIND Richmond laat funeral of Mr. Harvey Hignight, No. G053. women generally to follow the ex could make of him. VI 1 ample of business women and cultivate Sunday afternoon. Durable QqUlde and Inside Vsrnjiheg Rowland Peavine-chest- nut stallion; Misses Lennie Mae Lawson, Benie the virtue of punctuality. "One of the at Storm, Last Plank Weak. lessons." It says, "the business and Lawson, Wilmouth Sutton and Azil stsr and snip, foaled May 14th, 1912. Our Platform One home and one working woman has learned la to be Elam were the pleasant guests of Mr. Sired by Rex Peavine 1T9C. by Rex Let us paint your Buggy apq" AutoMcDonald 833, by Rex Denmark SMO. country, one purse and one wife; one prompt. Managers of Urge establish' and Mrs. Stephen Sutton fpOM mobile. We use the old'ftihluned irp-cejast week. 1st dsm. Bourboniate 9297 (full sister faith and one husband and one hat all ments ten us tnat as a rule women of pure linseed oil and lead, to Bourbon's Best) by Bourbon Chief her life. are more punctual than men. There W. J. Romans. has been a notable Improvement In the 976, by Harrison Chief 1G06, by Clark i punctuality of the home, due mainly to Chief 89. SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES Walker and Rich bought 40 head of 850 Head Not Needed. the Influence of modern business." 2nd dam, Judy Oliver 6407. by Red JUNCTION CITY S CSS A. M. Two ladles each with her child pound cattle of John C. Robinson, of Cloud 2197, Indian Chief 1718. Boyle, for 7i cents a pound. This firm visited tho Chicago Art Institute. As 3rd dam, by Wilaon'a King 2197. C. B. HARBERS0& Ticket Aficnt now have about 90 head of choice cat- they - passed the "Winged Victory" and return via Hotbed Made of Concrete. 4th dam, daughter of Sims' Clark tho little boy exclaimed: "Huh! She tle on their farm near town. JUNCTION CITY. kY. Where the hotbed Is to stand In the Chief 257S. ain't got no head." "Sh!" the horrified same place year after year one mnde LOUISVILLE4 NASHVILLE R.R Rowland Peavine is a beautiful chest little girl replied. "That's Art she of concrete Is to bo preferred. Barred Ply mouth, Rock eggs, 40cts. It may don't noed none!" nut with star and snip. Stands 15.3, per setting. be as cheaply constructed and Is much U. C. V. Reunion weighs 1,050; four year old. As you will more satlxfactory than one made of I'hune 395-- J . Thomas Ray. lumber. The excavation should be Tickets on sale May I3th to 17th. Good see from the breeding, he has the blood HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. mnrln the ronulrpil ilenth. wlilth unit returning until May 25th (subject to of the best show horses of Kentucky For Sale. .. . i. length; then the forms made of Inch extension upon payment of 50c addition uiiuI i one LI xou snouiu Bee nimseii, i. This Agreement Witnesseth; That lumber, bulldlug up a foot higher ou al). For further information apply to this horse, before booking your mare, Silver Laced Wyandotte eggs at 60c in order to protect the game on our the north than tho south side. A wall local agent L. & b per setting. Delivered at Lancaster. N. it. R. Breeders of saddle horses rarely ever lands for a period of three years we L have the opportunity to breed to a horse J. B. Lawson, Stanford R. 4. bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor six inches thick will be strong enough. Phone 310-B- , Lancaster exchange. as fashionably bred at the small fee of permit anybody else to do so, and we School Law. $15.00 To Insure a Living Coll. Cultivated hemp seed for sale or let I further agree to prosecute with dilii gence all persons who violate the game out on shares. lie will make the season of 1916 at I UlTB THO YKAitCl'MUOAll.-.- u laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our u 1. 1. ht-- ? .iDrri--U. I!lIi Geo. T. Brown, R. F. D. 3. the stable just back of A. T. Nunnel riM.J.n,,. icr cv lur bar. la lands for the purpose of hunting. And Ml t Uraa ..4k.na-iul Mrt. ley's l.ouso on Lancaster street lurer m, tint urlp "iirtima-i- . Tun a we further agree to act as Deputy , ,itet!' .aiul fa: .it IMfti l, I r 3aw.rj.Off Sermon. Money due at birth of colt or when bar.Li.,jr. I . .11 iHic.ana F ch.u. if rs After blowing In a quarter for three j Game Wardens for the purpose of mare is parted with or bred to other If ibsl in . AaaaSsasESiaBnmn .Tin ELLIOTT PDKEBAI02, Lorisrill! no man has a right to give hli rving out this agreement. Except each stock. wife the laugh for buying a nickel's of us have the right to kill rabbits on Grass at 10 cents per day. worth of chewing gum. Indianapolis our arms or permit it to .be done by abate for the excln ali public nuisances. ue Die ofoarfatriermbierlbcn.Aud ! for Thou shalt provide a covered recepof itoiik. ffiRlu stict inch thing on ibe tale farm at the farmer cannot afford to adver. tacles for all manner of house and stable refuse. b accepted orer lour tlie. No notice Thou shalt remembr that filth breeds Unti. and will be only In two la.ue. of the icoan. free of charge Hies and that flies make funerals. Thou shalt gather and burn all comWhite Lead and Ready Mixed House GARRARD SW ARE YOU HUNGRY? "The Puritan" I for Drinks JOE WHEELER. IL1G SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION ROWLAND PEAVINE CINCINNATI RETURN Sunday, $8.25 Birmingham $1.50 ay 4th ROUND TRIP Junction City m ' Joffersop United $ 1 j;pjgt mill Sk, another under our supervision, or the 'supervision of some responsible and reliable person seiec'eu uy us. Life Is Mutual Hostility., This November 15th, 1015. Our life Is not a mutual helpfulness, R. L. Elkln. J. E. Robinson, but rather, cloaked under due laws Jno. M. Farra, W. II. Brown, of war, named "fair competition' and W. B. Burton, Alex Walker, so forth. It Is a mutual hostility. Haselden Bros., T. A. Elkln, Carlyle. F. M. Tinder, J. H. Dalton, !John H. Smith. Logan Hubble, I Star, In finishing up the back mid front wulls give theiu the proper slope so that the sash will fit suugly. Tho heavy concrete wall will give more protection than could be got with a wooden wall aud will last for a life time, whereas wood or lumber will have to be renew ed after a few years The material, exclusive of the lumber Fluff. N. Ross. G. M, Deshon, J. for forms, will cost, lu most places "Somo men uses big words," said Fisher Herring, II. B. Cox, about '$3 tier cubic yard, making the Uncle 'Ebon, "de same as a turkey Hughes Bros, J. W, Sweeney, cost h.t square foot of n six Inch wall spreads his tall feathers. Doy makes W. M. Mahan, less than 0 cents. Any kind of lumber an elegant impression, but dey don't Withers Bros. William, Marcus and Jim White. may be used, aud tho labor need not reppersent no real meaL" B. F. Wilmot, J. D. Pope, bo skilled. Farm Progress. I Mrs, David Chenault, Fred J, Conn, I 1 Loss to Agriculture. W. R. Cook, J, V. Elmore, It Is estimated that the annual loss C. Rankin, Huffman Bros, WHEN TO SOW. to agriculture In this country from the , SamCotton Wrri. G. Anderson. i.'j ,. depredations of Insects and rodents 1 VV. B. Moss JjrnV'a alone Is $10,000,000.000 about $1 a ' Jno. M. White. Peas can be sown as soon as the every man, woman and I ;,nfy; for Bright Herring, peach trees bloom. Some gardener A "radsnaw, child In the United States. I R. L. Barker. plant earlier. Spinach can be sown as soon as the ground can be prepared and onion sets planted for "green onions." Onion sets are Uttlo onions sold by measure and soon grow large enough to pull and eat. Peas, lettuce, corn, salad, radish, beet and onion seed can be sown when the JL Vs, RICHMOND, KY. cherry tree bloom. A TRAININQ SCHOOL FOR TGACHCRS Parsley, celery, carrot, parsnip and Courses leading to Ktementary, Intermedials and Life tomato seed can be sown when the Btale Certificates. Valid In all Public Schools of Kenpear trees bloom. Parsley Is often tucky. bieclal Courses and Kcview Courses. Tuition slow In germinating and may be given Free to ApiwlnUits. Two splendid, dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice up a a failure by the gardener before school, department of agriculture, a well equipped It 1 ready to coma up. iryiuiiMiiiiii. Domettlo Bclfnce. Flrat Term begUs BepWruber 7. Second Terra November 10, Third Term When the apple trees are In bloom fsi January 05, Fourth Term April S, Bummer School opens considered a safe date to sow corn, Juns U. Catalogue Km. j, o. IUUUK, IWaeai. beans, cucumber, melon and pumpkin. J. C. Bailey, STANFORD, ... KENTUCKY. (U. S. Co.). "This is mine," you call it by your name. That is exactly our case. We have made a tire to fine, to sturdy, so responsible that we want it known as our. So we named it Cisco' Majcc something wonderfully Rood nnd you say, Why 'Usco- '- Because we have put our name on this tire because its succesi was a matter of business pride, of business honour we pledged ourselves to see that it "made good "and it hat. "' . , t. Think of it a really wonderful new tire priced at only a little more than plain treads. antl-ski- d i "' New Pritaa ( Uc Traad Ttrsa . Buck Varnon. li to the room, vtut clolKo ire u tae per. oa. Il nuKU the Ulta of Ue oecspaau aatl o.tabluaii taeir iocial ataadini. WALL PAPER Alfred Peats "Prize" Wall Papers room to h h ooly way, Tno bock, Horn Docontioa" ikow how thy look po iht Willi. 4 Lvio ftMiat ( ti color Black Jack, with white points. 151 har.da high, fine breeder and great In dividual. A Jack of fine bone and ac . . . ..a .1 nun, iirm miisianu at tiu, to insure a living colt, Will also at same time and place stand a PEAVINE HORSE at $10. to Insure a living colt. All will stand at W. P. Diihon's farm on the Crab Orchard pike 5 mile from Lancaster, Kentucky. Mares grazed at $2. per'month. Care taken to preyent accidents, but not respon sible should any occur 30 Inch a 3 Inch. 910.40 30 Inch 3 2 inch, 13.40 32 Inch a 3 L2 Inch. 15.40 34 Inch a 4 Inch, $22.40 36 Inch a 4 1.2 inch, 31J53 37 Inch a 5 Inch, 37.30 United States Tirt Company 'Usco 'Chaw 'Nobby 'Royal Cord 'Plain Tread an. alio .anil worth tn4 aytrv patttrn will lire Utt lion no rnanir Iba pric. l In.pext iltim btaut.M dtaiioi la lh fir aolMttki for ika-I- "Individualized Tires" pprJ. 4tM iai pop! rletfctvUUl. Edauu cKowfally ( . WHITE & RIDDLE. Paint Lick, Ky. f W. P. Dishon.1 A complete stock of United States Tires carried by C. C. & J. E. Stormes.