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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 11, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916051101_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 11, 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 RELIGION, UNI A UNI SHE I) DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. TWBNTT SEVENTH TEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY .Hand Us That $. Ire. II. 1916. 1TOMB2fii.5.. . NUMBER . MURPHY WILL PROBATED. mid-sum- mer You Will n and of course will want one to fjive sntlsfnc- tlon. Look at our . I.imo nnd Portland Cement at II. II. Uorthcott's. Hnue for rent, for rot of this year. leiirnlde locution. Phone 43. If? i Sorm men belong to evpry society in thi neighborhood but tlio society of thilr home. of the Ilsptiit church will ntrawnerry iuier on tnr Srhool campni,8atiirdav, April 20th. Ladies IS Is! GUSTENSLAGER and 03! serve In tin1 Lincoln County'roiirt last Monday the lost will nml testament of the late W, II. Murphy was admitted to probate. The will was dated in 1912 nnd devised that his widow receive one half of his personal property, and one third of his real estate, the remainder to be equally divided among his five children, Ills estate is estimated to be worth about $10,000. .WALTON-BARTER Press meeting. The executive committee of tho Ken tucky Press Association will meet at thn Seelbacli Hotel in Louisville, Sat- h urday at one o'clock to select dates for holding the meeting, which will be held this year at Ashland. The committee is composed of Robert J. Mcllr'yde, Woodson May, II, R Forgcy, F. M. Thomason and It. L. Elkin. THE UNIVERSAL CAR M $j The Dnnville Messenger l( just six IivkiiII- - SUNDAY Mils f.urv Ij Walton. th years old hut has grown steadily each ful daughter of Mr. Ed C. Walton, of year and is now one of the heat papers Stanford, was married Tuesday night In Hip SCHOOL ATTENDANCE. ; POST BUGGY 1 j5 state. The School Ilryantsville convention district will Sunday convene at before buying. They look well nnd last well. We have a complete line of Harness and js sjj ' I'lensant (irnve church next Sunday afternoon at 2:30. The public is cordially invited. I.O.ST; On the streets of Lancaster, May filli, n ladies gold brooch, with small diamond in center. Leave at this office or Mcltoberts drug store and 1 t. get reward. i prices are right. 43 gL! We carry a complete line of Faints, Oils and Varnishes. Your business appreciated. rj if, & 3j Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. b' '1 us waken up to Retting every man, into a Sunday School them ferl the appeal keenly thnt they will U't the necessity of woman and child and then make of that service so continue to go. to Mr. Carl Cnrter, formerly of the Lincoln county capital, the nuptial ceremony occurring ut the hom of the brides uncle, Mr. Thomas Walton, In Atlanta, ftporpin. The fnarrlnirn vnui being solemizcd by the ltevercnd Fos ter, a Christian minister. The couple p( t nt once for Asheville. N (!.. whru the groom has a good business position. The marriage comes as quite a sur prise to the relr.tives and friends of the contracting pair as Miss Walton left home about a week ago for the Georgia Metroplis giving no Intimation of her approaching marriage. The attendance at the various Sunday Schools of the city ond county as far as we have been able to ascertain was the largest ever recorded. In the city the Christian church reported 303; Presbyterian 02; Methodist CO; llaptist 100; New Antioch 43; Ituckeye Baptist 210; Huckeye Methodist 208; Old An-tio93; Eairview 103; Hyattsvillo 1C9; Manse 88; Herring 83. There it only one reason why Ford Cars nre demanded by over half the car buyers in this country. They nre better enrs. The Ford has demonstrated its superiority by nil the tests of time, in every kind of use. The demand is (Jrenter because the value is great. Better buy yours NOV1 Runabjat 539D; Tourinii Car S140; Coupelet $590; Town Car SG 10; Sedan $710. All prices On sale nt f. o. b. Detroit. HASELDEN BROTHERS. BETTER SCHOOL ATTENDANCE. IHGHLY HONORED Picnic Season IsOn 1 (!) ! Von will find their suitable articles at Hcins sUnv all kinds, if n c Hllun CnlnH Pinfitmo o r Polnc Peanut Butter, Date Nut Butter, Sliced Ham, 1 1 CURREY'S bulk and bottle pickles of I I jjj Minced Ham, Deviled Ham, Balk Sliced Betf, Sardines I I : ! Stones Wrapped Cakes received twice weekly. JITNEY BUNS Received Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday I I afternoons. Theo " S s Currey. DE3 0 3G PA ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at Miss Alice Iligney, who was a delePrpTinrtlnf'Hii 1, !h iilnenn nf thn dsv is being urged ami gate to the Kentucky Christian Endeav evcrj where! It or Union from the Presbyterian church taikeu along every line irom our united States navy and army to the adver of'this city, was highly honored and complimented by that body while in tising columns or the magazine. session at Lexington last week. As is Whv not use it in our usual many are asked to take notes of l" campaign? the convention while in session and at the conclusion of the meeting these When women come into their own. When women cast their votes. notes are submitted to a committee as lo their accuracy and neatness, and to Methinka St. Peter will come dawn the gratification of hsr host of friends To nrtli to take somu notes; here. Miss Kigney was one among u The "early gates" will swing aside. few that was awarded a certificate and He leaves his goldon seat. her name placed on the "Honor Holl" Take olf his crown, and humbly say, for her neat and well kept notes. Miss "You sure have got us beat." Alice is the charming daughter of Mr. ;J The Record suggest that a committee and Mrs. W. 0. Higney and is popular be appointed whn.e duty it shall be to among the younger set, being a mem informulate plans for n home-comin- g ber of the Junior class of our high vitations to be sent to all known wan school. derers from the best county in Ken ) tucky, and that a hospitable people wel AWFUL ACCIDENT. comes them en their return, and also, Howard Jones, son of Mr. Jelf Joies, incidentally mention that the hen roost will be lobbed and the fatted was instantly killed this afternoon near the Kurt in the outskirts ot Danville on Ill calf killed for the occasion. the Stanford pike when he was run This government will not longer dally over by the large truck of Tavlcr and with Mexico. I'atiencc has long since bob. Particulars regarding the accident ceased to he u virtu- -. Instead of the U. S. fixing n time limit to withdraw could not be teamed as the Advocate from Mexico, that recreant set of out went to press. One report was that laws should be given a time limit of Mr. Jones attempted to board the truck establishing n staple, responsible gov while it was in motion and lost his balernment under penalty ol the U. S. ance and fell beneath the wheels The establishing s respectable government truck is being used in hauling crushed for them. The army ot this country, atone from the quarry to Danville. Mr. Jones was a splendid young man now being directed to the border, will years of convince the Greasers that we mean and was about twenty-fou- r business, which will likely end the age. The horrible accident came as great shock to the many friends of the trouble. Jones family in this city. The machine was being driven by K. Smothers, col ARMY MULES WANTED. ored. Danville Advocate. I will buy mules 14 to 1G hands high This accident is deeply deplored in and f to 10 years old. Lancaster where this admirable young man hud many relatives, being a first W. It. Hurton. cousin of Mrs. J. It. Mount and It. E. The compulsory school attendance law, it is believed, has been made effec tive by the remodification of the school laws nnd approved by Govrnor A. 0. Stanley. Under the provisions of the old a fine was all that ccutd be placed as a penalty ugainst a person who failed to comply with its provisions but the present law makes the olfense a misdemeanor and the parent or guardi an may be Bent to jail to serve out- - the fine for It is thought that the school attendance will be immediately improved as the direct result of the law. up ' J afWsAaft firflYitiiiUiirriatjaan'r1 LP saflUsAci U We Develop We Sell TELEPHONE COMPANY MAKING MOMEY. t phone Company is in a flourishing con dition. The directors at a meeting Friday night declared an annual dividend of 60 per cent., the greatest in all its history. The company is a paying busi ness enterprise to Elizabethtown, as it expends about So.lXKJ annually in this city, the company heretofore has been reinvesting its earnings in repairs and extensions, and it if now in a first-clas- s condition for business. The dividend this year will be paid out to stoekhold ers, either in June or July." The following clipped from the Eliza beth Mirrow is of much intetest here and no doubt many would like to have a little of this stock. It says; 'The Hardin County Kentucky Tele Films. Supplies. Dzi AVcRoberts Drnn Store WWrlW MALITIA TO GUARD MEXICAN BORDER National guardsmen of three States, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas, were called out by President Wilson Tuesday to aid in protecting the border against Mexican raiders, In addition practically all remaining mobile troops of the regular army were ordered to join the oorder forces. By these orders approximately 8,000 additional troops were placed under Major Behind the Gen. Funston's command. orders is the plain intimation by admin istration officials that the whole strength of the National Guard will be similarly employed if necessary The orders were issued after n brief conference between President Wilson and Secretary llaker over a joint re port from Gens. Scott and Fuuston, at El Paso. The two officers stated that the Glenn Springs raid made it plain that the border guard must be mater ially increased. 1 BEAUTY AND ATTRACTIVENESS OF OUR Mid-Summ- er g NOTICE. U Mcltoberts. for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft 3G Drinks If You Want a Buggy I a that gives perfect Satisfaction, let me show you my complete line. RUBBER TIRES Get my All those indebted to the Lancaster MOTHERS DAY. High School for taxej and tuition for The second Sunday in May is Moth the year 191G, will nave cost and trouble by calling and paying same as mv er's Day. This year it falls cn May 14, books must be closed at once. Please The beautiful thought of setting aside one day in the year to be devotedto attend to this. E. W. Harris. Treas, one's mother was first suggested by Miss Anna Jarvis, of Philadelphia, who BOONE HIGHWAY. founded the Mother s Day International In 10Il the Hoone Way will be routed Association to provide the necessary to Lexington, Davidson county, N. C, organized support for tho fostering of Hoone'a old home, and within the next the movement. Thanks largely to her eighteen months will be routed to War- - etforts Mother's Day has become a re Missouri, Uoone's last home. cognized institution as the,day on which renton, Distance between the two homes, 1,000 each of us should pause to acknowledge miles. our debt of affection and gratitude to the "oest mother who ever lived" on which we should be with her if we can REDUCED RATES. and if we unfortunately cannot, should The I and N. will sell reduced rates make a point of sending her a message to the Churchill Downs races on May- - ot affection and cheer. with the effort to fos nth and June 3rd for W.70 for the In round trip. Tickets good for returning ter the observance of Mother's Day, within three days from date of sale. the Western Union Telegraph Company On account of the Grand Commandery has provided special telegraph blanks, meeting at Frankfort n rate of $3.45 appropriately decorated with an artistic for the round trip, will be on sale May design of carnation and bearing the 15th. lGtli and 17th. Next Sunday legent "Mother's Day", on which all May 11th excursion rates to Cincinnati messages of those who wish to send a and return for $1.75. word of greeting or love to their moth ers on this occasion will be delivered It we cannot be with tier on May 14, SCHOOL ELECTION. let us remind lierjn this wuv that she The election of a trustee for the r is still with us in heart and love. Graded school created much in- ' The epiblem of the day is the white last Saturday and resulted in the carnation, and it is the hope of the terest election of former trustee, Dr. J. A. Mother's Day Association that it will Anion and the defeat of Mr J. W. El- be worn by every one as a tribute of more, who stood for by Dr. respect, not only for his own mother, vV. M. Elliott by a majority of 163 but also for all the gentle and noble votes. About three hundred votes were motherhood ot the land. cast and quite number of ladie exercised their right of suffrage by voting ACCEPTS GER Hats ARNOLD FRANCIS. fa. Will Appeal to You. Come' and Inspect Them 8 MRS RELLA KENTUCKY To Be Ran Next DERBY Saturday. , On next Saturday, the 42nd renewal of the Kentucky Derby will be run olf at the beautiful course of the New Louisville, Louisville Jockey Club. known as Churchill which is world-wid- e Downs. The Kentucky Derby which has been run off over this track without break of a single season since 187,5, in this year as in the last two seasons called u $15,000 stake, us in addition to the en tries fees and subscriptions, thu New Iiuisville Jockey Club adds $10,000 to 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 ossets. Why not conserve both of them by immediately opening a check count at this bunk. It will cost you nothing. ac- 'We Citizens National Bank KY. Vice Prest. r. the race. this The event has 50 nominations season, und the eligibles embrace stars of the English und French, as well as the American turf, it having this sea son at least assumed the projiortion of an International race. SCHOOL OF REFORM Youthful Negroes. OF LANCASTER. J. J. WALKEK. It. P. HUDSON. President, v W. O. P.1GNEY, Ass't Cash'r Joe J. Walkek. Jr.. W. P. CHAMP, Lashier. Draws Three Of Our for their favorite candidate, HELEN prices on Rubber Tires. Best grade at reasonable price. KELLER FAINTS. MANY'S PROMISES W- - J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. If Atlanta, Ga., Helen Keller, the world's most famous blind und deaf woman, "listened" to Er.ricn Caruso, the world's must famous tenor, in the parlor of a hotel here. She placed her lingers on his lips and throat und 'heard" him ling the lament of Samson, the shorn and blinded giant, as he grinds the corn for the Philistines, who have mule him prison-e- r. The tenor was so overcome that he cried like a child while Miss Keller A number of fainted with emotion. opera stars who saw and heard the incident were deeply affected. heart-breakin- The American Governmeut has ac cepted Germany's promise to bring her submarine warfare under the limitations of the rtognized rulea of international law as insisted upon by the United States, and Washington now relies upon a "scrupulous execution of the altered policy." Germany la told In the note just forwarded to Herlin that the Unit ed States Government cannot entertain a suggestion that respect for the rights of American citizens on the high seas shbuld In any way be made contingent upon the conduct of any other Govern ment affecting the rights of neutrals two yean. and noncomoatanu. In Judge C. A. Arnold's court last Tuesday, the four negro boys charged with forging the namu of William Simpson to two checks, were found guilty and three, James Nevius, Hubert Kennedy and Henry Warren were given sentences In the School of Kaform, The case against George Jennings was dismissed, Hobert Kennedy, who claims to be only thirteen years old and who appears from the evidence to have been the "bell weter" of the worthless flock, under his sentence is to remain until he This Is James Nevius Is twenty-one- . second trip to this Important school and Judge Arnold thought a course of two years would about tit bis case. Henry Warren who seems an adept at writing check! was also given - TO THE - CITIZENS OF GARRARD COUNTY. On July the first 1916, 1 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 has certainly been appreciated. I leave the state after July the first with a warm spot in my heart for the people of Garrard County. Ilespectfully, ALEX WALKER, The Central Record, Thursday May STANFORD i ! 11 19 lb. Mrs J. F. Cover is rble ter several months Illness. to be out af- Time Has Come 1 fT V Baiilukes, To lay aside that rusty felt hat of yours and get under a new STRAW or PANAMA Never in the history of our business were we so well prepared to supply your wants in this direction. We are featuring the largest, most varied line of straw goods ever brought to this city. Including all the new things in Miss Lylo Cooper spent Sunday In Lancaster with Miss little Carson. Miss Elizabeth Adams, of Danville Is the guest of Mrs T. W. I'ennington Mrs W. R. Todd of Lancaster, wns the week end guest of Mrs C. liny Foster Miss Nell Ilourne, of Lerington, has returned after n visit to her sifter Mrs W. K. Warner. Mrs J, S. Rico lias returned homo af tern visit to her mother, Mrs Mary Garnctt at Cave City. Miss Mabel Iilackerhy of Falmouth Is the guest of her brother- ,- R. M Iilackerhy nnd wife. R. C. Englcman and A. T. Nunnelley have returned from Martinsville, Ind where they have been for several week for their health, lloth are improved. Mrs Kelley Francis, who lino Iwen in poor health for tome time was taken to Louisville last week. She will rcceiv treatment at the Hazelwood Sanator ium. Mr and Mrs Walker McWhorter, M and Mrs Richard Shay and chi'dren of Lexington, and Mr Isaacs, of Somerset I were the guests of Mr and Mrs George F. DeBorde. The City Council will not oil the street I of Stanford this summer. Lack of funds was given as the cause at n rr I cent meeting of the City "dads". Is understood that the merchants wil I raise a subscription fund to npplv tin I oil in front of business places. Mrs. Amanda Mercer, aged 55 years died as a result of a paralytic stroke at her home on T. J. Hill's farm. Thi funeral was conducted by J. C Me Clary after which the interment took place in the lluffalo Springs cemetery. Her husband and several children sur vive her. Police Judge R. L. Davison held Will Lee, colored, to nwalt the action of the grand jury in circuit court, under a $200 bond, on a charge of permitting gam bling in his house. Joe I la) den and Charley Raughman, both colored, who were engaged in a shooting affray in which both were wounded, at Lee'a Such tobacco enjoyment could be is you buy some Princo Albert and fire-u- p a pipe or a home-mad- e cigarette ! command quick as as you never thought yours to for. Prince Albert gives you every tobacco satisfaction your smoke-appetiever hankered te ' j it's made by a patented process that cuts out bite and parch! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality I That's because I Vwfii jl .... p.t.ai.4 .moL. lf f I - H HH a. io.L,d b.fw.1 pip. Mhfra ' 'w llit. l'KCtiiBK'wiMMAaO b4 NlNGE Al.BERT the national joy smoke You never tasted the like of it! And that isn't strange, either. Men who think they enn't smoke n pipe of roll n cigaDay Print Albtrt rette can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince tobacco if told in toppyrtd bagi.Sci tidy red Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try-otint, Wcg handtomm pound certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment and hatfpounJ tin humi coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply. dort and that corking fin pound cryital'Elatt humiPrince Albert tobacco will tell its own story dor with tpong9'moi$tcner top that Affpa ln tobacco R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salcm- , intuchcltvttrimalwayt N. C. ci'.ry-uihtrm ut 1 I has n flnvor ns different as it is delightful Bangkoks, Leghorns, and Madagascars Traciolos Remember we fit the face as well as the head house. Parks DANVILLE, & Hendren Co. Incorporated STYLE LEADERS KENTUCKY. PAINT LICK Mrs. Guy Rice, and Mrs. Carlos spent Friday in Richmond. Mrs. Fred Brandenburg of Kichmond is the Ruest of Mrs. John Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Auther Hiddle and children were visitors in Kingston. Miss Chastine Iiucker was hostess to the Embroidery Club the past week. Mrs. Minnie Dawson who has been visiting in Richmond haa returned home. Stomach Catarrh Is Very Prevalent cctarrh Is a Catarrh af li.c.ilnt fects the utomach ns often as any otter orffun. Perhaps every third person la more cr less troubled with stomach catarrh, l'oruna 1c extensively used In this "lltna; bise-is.'. Pursuant to a call of the Democratic State committees, Chairman W. I Walker, of the Lincoln County Demo cratic Committee, has issued a call for a mass meeting at the courthouse May 20 at one o'clock. The purpose of this meeting will be to select 19 delegate's from this county to attend the state convention at Lexington on May 21. At a meeting of the Stanford City School Board last week, several of the faculty of the Stanford Graded and High School were for next year. Quite a number of the present faculty did not apply. There are five vacancies to be filled. Supt.W. C. Wil- son. Miss Annie McKinney, Mrs. II. D. Phillips, Miss Jcnnio Newland, Mrs. C. II. Campbell. Miss Sallie llurdette and Miss Elizabeth Higgins were GARDEN "SASS." It was the busy hour of I, When from a city hardware store. Emerged a man who bore, 1 hoe, spade, wheelbarrow. From thence our hero promptly went Into a seed establishment. And for these things his money spent. I peck of bulbs, 1 job lot of shrubs, 1 quart of assorted seeds. He has a garden underway. And it he's fairly lucky, say, He'll hnve about the last of May, 1 squash vine, I egg plant, 1 radish. 1 THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. 1 Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus 430,000. EN.NY. President J. E. STORM KS. Vice Pres'U S. C DENNY. Cashier. It. T. :wiky. Asi't Cashier. J. U Gltx, Safety Samual Deposit WE Alex I Boxes R. Denny. Gill. Dr. W. For J. II. Rent. SOLICIT YOUU BUSINESS. Posey, J. E. M. Elliott. Directors. I). Cochran, Stormcs. S. C Denny. J. theco cases. THE RELIABLE FAWIY Tlo- !ISaid Calumet! "I want what I ask for I know what it would mean to go home without it. Mother non't tale she s tare of chances Calumet lute of lijr.t, Tvholecone. tasty bale ol positive, uniingi form rcsulw of purity and economy, j ou try CALUMET Baking lay Powder af.co your and you il never co tiack to IU waw net U t! e world's bejtUaUn Pon der it I moder ate In juice. Rtscitcdlliibral AWUdl Kta C..1 REMEDY Miss Hettie Williams of Ruthton is visiting her sister. Mrs. Edd Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stewart of Florida are visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Bound to Have Effect. Gus Stewart. Those who bring sunshine Into the Mrs. Maurice Iiurton, who has been lives of others cannot keep it from M. Barrio. the guest of friends in Richmond, has themselves. J. returned home. Time for Futurist Music. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward spent "I don't caro much for that plcco tho Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. orchestra Is playing now." "Why, that's Millard Led ford. "on, is that ltT wny ruturist music, don't they play It soma time. In the Miss Margaret Francis of Richmond, Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and future, then?" Mrs. J. L. Francis. Actual Value of a Daby. Mrs. E. F. Hedrick and Miss Docia According to a sociological expert, Metcalf leavu Monday for a visit to tlio actual valuo of a baby Is $90. Hut friends in'IIarlan Town. you couldn't buy ouo for that price, no mother would sell It for that, and Mrs. A. G. Hotncr and son, Harold, of Irvine, are visiting her parents, Mr. wberu ho has a full houso no father would give five cents for another. and Mrs. J. D. Ilurchell. Mr. E. C. McWhorter is visiting his daughters, Mrs. Labau Kirk nnd Miss Stella McWhorter at Paintsville. Mrs. Grace Kutkendnll and children, of Richmond, spent the week end with her parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Gafncy, The High School, which has been in session for a month since the graded school closed, will end Us term on Friday. Misses Ileuluh Cotton of Richmond, and Osie Castleman of Covington, were guests of Rev. ami Mrs. C. S. Ellis on Sunday t 9 3 j , PL 4 inlf fipBUPnt SprppnBBun'Q 9 9 9 9 9 9 Sand & 9 Flour and Flower Pots.- - o " j tilt The handsome young Ron who arrived in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cor-nclison April 12th lias been christened. I Earnest Eli. The school which Misses Lulu Mc- 9 9 Feed of every kind. Seeds of all sorts. Fertilizer to let Screen Doors and Windows. RACINE SATLEY RIDING CULTIVATOR' AT $20.00 Whorter and Ethel Eetridge have been conducting nt Manse, closed last Friday with delightful exercises. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Woods and children, Mrs. Woods Walker, Miss Elizabeth Walker mid Mrs. Robert Walker spent Friday In Danville. Rev. Grier of Louisville, conducted a series of services of New Hope church ion XmSSSS3S!sS3!!SMK A ass: ll to iht room. Htt clothct tr to thm pr con. It rvtWu it uit of th ocvupttnti to4 ntubluhu ihtir tvocul tUrulinl. viv WALL PAPER 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. 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9) the past week, ending with the com- munion service on Sabbath morning. Mrs. Tom Logtdon and daughter, Mrs. A. G. llotnernnd son, Mrs. G. M. Treadway and Miss Emma Ilurchell, were guests of Mrs. George Todd on Alfred Peats "Prize" Wall Pupcrs r !ctetj Cot their irtUtlc anj dcortIv worth Kiui ivtrv puium will iiv mistc titm no matter th prict. laipect thttt butifiil d!in tn tk f wy. room i to r th only Tht book, 'Horn Decoration" hjw Low thvy look vpon tk wil. wtnital of 4timt and 1 Lartft 9 pipri. Friday. Mr. R. K. Axeon of Louiiville, Cheap and big canBakingPowdtradonot saveyou monty. Calum.tdota It'iPurt and far auptrior to lour milk and soda. pre- Ui p0lr prtct Eituiutii ckMifully fWoltW. t cIr I sented the cause of the orphan children of the synod of Kentucky in a most forceful irianner at old Faint Lick church Sunday morning. WHITE & RIDDLE. Hervey Paint Lick, Woods Kentucky. Paint Lick, Ky. ' IP1 The Central Record, Thursday May 11 19 Id. STYLE AND 12.50, FI- T-QUNN'S CHAPEL. PREACIIERSV1LLE SOME TENNESSEE 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, QUALITIES GUARANTEED. Step In to our store and take a look at these Quality Suits for men and young men at 15.11 $18.00, AND $20.00 SHOES, HATS, FURNISHINGS. JAS. W. SMITH, $8.25 Professor Redd llhe Birmingham isn nntl return via 5 I WHISKEY? NO. Lancaster, Ky. II FOLKS TELL HOW THEY WON Womans Club Hub, (No. 139058) Krtite1 p.? The Woman. NOT FOR RHEUMATICS la jour conscience clear alout your will Mnntl this registered short it means LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R.R horn hull ut inV place nenr Point cellar or back yard? If no nlso, are that botli spots, and others I.cnvcll, it clean and tidy. Hut aometimes U. C. V. Reunion seems ns if some folk in the matter of on sale May 1.1th to 17th. Good Ticket At Gash. the look of their premises, have no returning until May -- ui (subject to This liniulsome nnitnal is by conscience at all; certainly they have extension Uon payment of Mc additionno taste for nnd cleanliness and al), Kur'turther It. formation apply to Polled King. :i77:nO. tlnm My but little regard for health. & N. it. It Rose 1G30U8. local g.nt I $2.00 Dri-tl- nl 1 Jaffcrson School V Law. Pi 3.1G-l!m- J. W. HILL h1. irr mmm u .rot X S, ir . -l .a A"v DilOir PEWiEBAXDt, StA, Ltiiiiint. Kr. YOUNG loDnly Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, lit. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrndsburg, Ut. Monday. Lexington. 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle. 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mondr. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday Winchcalrr, 4th. Monday. Monticelio. 4th. Monday. Versailles 4th. Monday. John Morgan. 3705. ! 5 linn RK j r4 i I will stand my Jack, Young John that the birds have protection. Morgan 3703. for the season of 1916, The at my farm 11 milei from Lancaster, csmpatgn Winchester is on In earnest. on new Danville pike, at The Women's City Club has offered $8. To Injure Horse Male and $10. To a prize of $'.10 to the school boy or girl who will kill the most flies from now until Juno 10. Mr. W. It. Duty Insure A Mire Mole. the local druggest, has donated 25Q have been disYoung John Morgan 3705, was sired lly swatters which tributed and more will be made at the by John Morgan and was out of an manual training department of the Imported Itegistered Jennet schools. Lien retained on all colta fot the seaThe Hoy Scouts will receive the son which will be due if marc is traded flies at lf K. Washington street every Saturday afternoon, will count them or (old to another party- and place them on public exhibition. In order that thu public of Winchester may know now many flies there are in The song birdi nre returning to their old haunt.i. those lett to return, and care should be taken to protect them from the many evil which lurk in their way. Tlio bo v with the airgun, rille or shotgun, the boy who in reeking to find the nest and rob it of ita eggs, and other destroying agencies, should by jeal ously uepnveu oi inc pleasure uiey gel from doing injury to tho songsters of the field and grove. The birds are of great value to every man, in that they make way with the insects, weed seed and other things which live on or interfere with the things which are necessary to men. It is a part of justice, common sense and self interest to see J. W. Sweeney, Winclustcr. carrying disease. The Woman's Club of Richmond in order to encourage growth of flowers with thu beautifying of the city, has decided to ndspt the following plans: First, a prize Is to be given by the Club for the prettiest yard In town. Second! a prize for the prettiest win dow boxes in town. Itoth are to be judged by a committee from the mem hers of the club. The prizes nre to he awarded at the first meeting of the Club in tho autumn. In order to create an interest in the improved keeping of lawns and yards, the Club has appointed two secretaries for each street, whoso duty it will be to create n sentiment for thu better kept lawns and porches by talking the matter over with their neighbors and friends nnd arousing a civic pride for improvement. Anyone will who adapt a vacant lot, reniovo limbs of trees and j other debris and keep tho weeds cut win ne runsmereu a puuiic ui'neiactor. Anyone who owns n vacant lot and I will have fallen trees and limbs rumovod will incrense th. value of their Drop- 'erty and also receive tho gratitude of all who love their city and vulue the impression made on atrangers and ! I I . Lancaster, Ky. When j S i Need All l f )Mf You j EN. .I'.iii mi aaaai--i SaBBHllffliill'mii. H L More Silo F Less Money SUPPLIES1 Is the Woman's Club, of Lancaster Indifferent to these things, or are they working in u quiet way? Don't drink whiskey if you have rheumatism, and be sure nnd keep your feet wnrm and dry, and drink plenty of lemonade. This advice, says an authority.is help ing; but ni all know who have suffered, rheumatism Is a stubborn disease and yields only to a remedy mighty enough to conquer it. Many doctors have prescribed and hundreds of helpful druggists have advised a half teaspoonful of Hbeuma once a day, because they know that powerful Kheuma, harmless ns it is.acts with speed and overcomes In a few days tho rr.ost torturing case of rheumatism or sciatica. Try Itheuma; It. K. McKoberts and all druggists sell lots of it and will re. Miss Macy Walton who has been visitMisses Frances and Elizabeth Archer turn your money if two bottles ing her sister Mrs. Ed Daily, will re- of Jeliico, are visiting their grandma, do not stop all rheumatic misery. turn to her home near Marksburv this Mrs. E. Foley. week. BUCKEYE Miss Uettie Miller, who is attending Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dailev, MessrsJohn school at Richmond, was visiting her Land, and George Calico, and Misses parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Miller at Horn to the wife of Tom McQueen a Zula Calico and Lenna Hollon were in the Horton place. boy May Cth. Lancaster Saturday. Mr. Otto Simpson has purchased a Mrs. B. T. Lunsford, who is in the Kev Kagan filled his appointment at new Kord Car. the M. E. church Saturday evening. Norton Infirmary, Louisville, for treatHorn to the wife of Robert Whittaker There was no preaching service Sunday ment, and who has been dangerously III, is reported as being some better. a girl May 7th. ' morning because of the special Sunday Miss Allie May Cummins was athome Mrs. J, S. Gilbert has been the guest School services. Miss I'auline Ross of Mays Lick, Ma- from Lexington where she has been atof her sister, Mrs. Edd Simpson. Mr. J. C. Davis preached at the son county, who has been assisting Miss tending school. She was accompanied Methodist church last Sunday evening. liallard at Gunn's Chapel school, has home by her friend, Miss Elizabeth gone home because of the illness of her McCloud. Mrs. Jim Stapp, of Lexington was the guest last week of Mrs. Mai Car- mother. The patrons regret very much to lose Miss Ross. ter. CARTERS VILLE. The Sunday School exercises held Mr. Oscar Hendren, of Madison here Sunday were very intetesting and county has the guest of Mr, Mat Miss Lillian Calico has been the guest 203 were counted in well attended. Carter. classes at Chapel and 216 at Liberty. A of Miss Estella Davis. Mrs. Mai Carter has returned home large number came at both places after Mr Andy Conn sold a nice cow to after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Mead the reports were taken, A number of Manuel Damerell for $35. Teater Mrs. Susie Kenfro who has been very excellent short speeches were delivered Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles and Mrs. and the services were enjoyed very ill is better at this writing. Hiram Kay visited friends in Crab much. Why cant we have a "Go To Miss Mary Hotkin was the recent Orchard this week. Sunday School Day" every Sunday in guest of Miss Susie Davis. the year? Mrs. Howard King and children, of Little Lucile Davis is the guest of Dryantsville have been visiting Dr. and her aunt, Mrs. Sam Davis. Mrs. U, M, Hendren. A THREE YEARS RECORD. Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Carter visited Mrs. J. 1. Long has returned to LanA Test Thai Must Impress Record relatives in Uerea last Sunday. caster after spending a few days with Mrs. R. C. Boain was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Long, Readers. her daughter, Mrs. Sam Davis Sunday. Miss Jennie and Katie Mae Dickerson Mr. Thomas Ballard left Sunday for of Richmond were tbe guests last week Three years is a long time. A rigid Ohio where he expects to work awhile. of their kister Mrs, Keoree Hay, test of merit. Mr. Wright tesitfles, Miss Eflie Dawson who has been visLater ho nays Kev. Dillard Sebastian will fill Ids over three years ago. Can iting Miss Maggie Carter has returned regular appointmeut at the llaptist the results were per.nanent. Sunday morning and even- Lancaster ask for better evidence? home. church next Mr C. S. Koop and family was the George Wright, Hotel Kengarlan, ing. "I suffered from guest of J. D. Carter and family, last Mr. nnd Mrs. Itoy Sanders and child- Lancrster, cays: ren Mr.'nml Mrs, Huston Uulley, daugh- an aching back. The kidney secretions Sunday. Mrs. Paulinda Pennington was the ter, and son, were the guest, Sunday, also bothered me, being irregular, scanty and painful in passage. Doan.s guest of her uarrnts, Mr. and Mrs. C. of Mrs, Arch Whittnker ut Kirksville. Kidney Pills, procured nt R. E. Mc- S. Koop, Sunday. Itev, Itegnn and wifo of Nicholas-vill- e Koberts Drug Store, removed the pains Mrs W. F. Champ and Mrs Henry nnd Mrs, Ollir Kegan and baby, nnd restored my kidney fo a normal Moore were the pleasant guest of Mrs of Lexington were the guests of Mr. action." It. C. Uouin, last Thursday. and Mr. and Mrs. John llrown Sunday. LASTING I1ENEKIT. Mr and Mrs J. II. Davis and family There were 21C in uttendanco at the Over three year? later, Mr. Wright liaptist Sunduv school Sunday said: "I have hud no kidney trouble and Mr Sam Davis were the guest of and 208 at the Methodist In the since giving my former recommendation their uncle, Mr und Mrs S, M. Davis, Sunday. morning. We hope wo will have as of Doan's Kidney Pills." many, or more, next Sunday. Mr. und Mrs. Culep Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Price COc, at all dealers. Don't simOllie Kegan of Lexington, gave a very ply as for a kidney remedy-ge- t Doan's Mrs. Ululfurd Jennings und Mrs. Lena interesting talk upon her Missionary Kidu-- y Pills-thsame that Mr. Wright Turner and children were the guests of Koa Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Allen, Sunday. work which was enjoyed by all present. has twict publicly reccumended. Co., Props. IiuiTalo, N. Y. Itev. ltegan, Messrs A. C, Miles and Hall gave talks upon Sunday school SALE FOR CITY TAXES. work. COY be-iufter-iioou e Miss Christine Davis has been ill. j Mr Owen Duvall is slowly improving. Mrs. Ivn Teater is with Mrs. Josiah Horn, to the wife of Hurch Hester, a McCulley for the week. fine son. Miss Wilma Kay was a recent guest Miss Norn Smith visited Miss Lena of Mi84 1 holmn Kmnnn Miaj Marie liallard spent the week Arnold, recently. Mr. Woodson Carpenter who has been end with Miss Jessie II. Kay on the quite ill, is better. WolfTrail. Services at the M. E. church SaturMr. C. J. Davis delivered an excellent sermon nt the M. E. church here Sun- day night and Sunday. day evening. Rev. It. F. Jordan, of Pinevilie, visit-- J Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teater and Mr. eu nis son, Mr. w. rJ. Jordan. and Mrs. Hugh Moberly were in LanThe W. M. U. of the Haptist church caster, Wednesday. will meet there Friday ct 2 p. m. Messrs Coy I'rice and C. J. Davis Mr. James Roberts, of Pulaski, was were guests at the home of Mr. and a visitor at Mr. J. M. Cress' Sunday. Mrs. John Land Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams, of Mr. and Mrs. James Land, Mr. and Mrs. John Land and Miss Pauline Itoss Judson, visited her mother, Mrs. W. II. Cummins. were in Lancaster, Friday. Sick people want to be well in a burry. A great many, perhaps most all. Illnesses have their beginning In derangements of the stomach and digestive tract. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy starts in at the first doso to put atomach sufferers on tbe way to health. Tho first dose proves It. It Is taken with success everywhere. Here are the words of two Tennessee people who have taken It: MISS CORA FISHER, S05 Saxon avenue, Memphis "Have taken your medicine and It worked like a charm has removed quite a number of gall atones. It does just as you said it would." MRS. W J. WARD, Sparta. Tenn. "1 can honestly recommend your remedy to all sufferers from constipation and stomach troubles. Indigestion seems a thing of the past with me." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gat In the stomach and around the heart. Get one bottle of your druggist now and try It on an absolute guarantee If not satisfactory money will be returned. For sale by R. E. McRoberts and all other reliable druggists. LOWMiL Mr. Ed Murphy is very ill. Mr. Frank Finley is visiting his broth er Mr. H. H. Finley. Miss Lou Kuhlman visited friends In Paint Lick Saturday. Mr Loyd King was the guest of Miss Clara Hettis Sunday evening. Miss Ethel Mae Davis Is suffering from a severe attack of tonsilitis. Mr. Guy Napier left Wednesday for Indianapolis Ind, where he expects to secure a position. Mr. and Mrs. John Tudor and family of Manse visited her parent, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Davis, Sunday. Messrs Bertram and John L. Brown and Miss Peachie Belden were guests of Miss Stella Lytle Saturday eve. Mrs. J. H. Davis entertained a number of her triends and relatives at her home Sunday. A very pleasant day was spent. Miss Evelyn Green, who has been sewing for Mrs. T. R. Kuhlman for the past two weeks has returned to her home at Level Gteen. Worn 0ur?n No doubt you are, If you sutler irom sny of the numerous ailments to which an women are subHeadache, backject. ache, sideache, nervousness, weak, tired feeling, are some oi the symptoms, and you must rid yourself ol (licm in order to feet well. Thousands of women, who have been benefited by this remedy, urge you to II Make no deal for a silo without gelling our figures and fixlurea. We live more and better anchorage. Stauncher door frame. Steel. hinged, four-latc- h door. Steel step ladder, step every 18 inches. Better compaia. live construction throughout. Come In and See Us Latest Devices That Add to the Comfort and Convenience of Your Car as Well as the Older Standbys. WHY DANDRUFF CAUSES Doctors Agree On Eczema Remedy Comflnn the Statements About I). D. D. rrescrlpUon M. fieo. T. Itlcharilnon, "In mr eplnliin. D. 1. nhuuld be applied la all ra- - or skin disease an Imtnt'Utate rrllff tu the ltcb. a calru to excited nmes. soft. nKiihlDK. yet a powerful agtut, a strength 10 llio general system." Is Hr. Vnna Holmes! '!. near a speeinc for enema and tbe dreaded psoriasis aa Is qulnluo for malaria. I BALDNESS. Get Our Prices Before You Buy nj fit Our dirt3 Mptnerl of Uv tiling nd oprtinc nu mulct twit menty ihM mor iilo for ! pn njr tJo cotnpuiy can tivt you. I. I.t mn D.I. i tl prev it with fifUM DEPENDABLE TIRES f SILO CO. KENTUCKY W. P. Kincaid, Mgr. Stanford, Ky. bancaster Victor Car Co. coema and permanently eurea them." Ir. (labbcrt of Caldwell, Kansas, la on rf lbs best skin specialists In tho state. Write and ask him about 1. 1. P. Prueglsta are glad to recommend this soothing, cooling liquid. SHc, buc and $1.00. Com to us n.i we will tell you mora about this remarkable remedy. Your money Back unless the Urst bottle relieves you. 1. I'. I. U tioap keeps oi)r skla healthy, Ak rlieum. Utter, barber's Itch, pimples, alt furius of Itrulns eruptions, scales, sores." "1 friity admit Hr. Ira T, cTabbertt reaches most rase of that 1). IX prrscrllw !. 1. I. also for salt !. aht It. K. McKoberta. Lancaster, Ky. Get fid of dandruff if you have it and the sooner the better. Dundrulf causes baldness by choking the pores of the scalp so thut the hair roots do not obtain proper nourishment. There Is just one delightful hair tonic so compounded that besides ending itch- ng scalp almost oversight, andstopping hair from falling, will remove every particle of daudrulT after just a few applications. Ask your druggist for a bottlo of Parisian Sage, a hair beautifler, tonic and scalp vigorator that every drug gist knows always produces results. Thousands of women uso It because they know that nothing else makes tho hair so radiently beautiful and always It. E. McKoberts guarantees Parisian Sage. 2t-4th. On Saturday June 3rd, 1916 at one Mr Irvine Clouse remains quite 111. Mr Mike Kay died ut his home near o'clock in front of tho Court House in Loyd, Sunday night, after a long ill- Lancaster, Ky., I will sell for cash so much of the following described proper ness. Quite a large crowd from Danville ty as will pay the city taxes for the pike attended preaching at Scotts Pork following years. Arnold. Lucy, It lot 1911 to 1915 $10.25 Sunday. Mrs Nan Moberly was the guest of Allen George 1 t lot 1911 to 1915 10.51 her daughter Mrs Johnson Speaks, last Alcorn Maneroal 1 1 1914 to 1915 3.75 Heasley Andy 1 t lot 1911 to 1915 19.28 Sunduy. Mr iind Mis Joe Aldridge and chil- Doty, Ernest 1 t lot 1911 to 1915 15.25 dren were entertained at dinner Sun- Denton. Wm 1 t lot 1911 to 1915 14.25 Dunn, Allen 1 t lot 1913 to 1915 18.00 day, by Mrs Mary Sanders. L 2 t lots 1911 to 1915 23.67 Mr and Mrs Hill Parker, Mr and Mrs Faulkner. W. II. 1 t lot 1912 to 1915 13.50 Tom Darker und Kev Cloyd, were high- Harris 1 1911 to 1915 23.08 ly entertained Sunday, by Mr and Mrs Johnson Joe t lot Johnson Wm 1 1 lot 1911 to 1913 11.07 II. J. Sipple. Kavanaugh W 1 1 lot 1911 to 1915 21.07 Messrs Everett Dean and Charlie Mat. 1 1 lot 1911 to 1915 8.07 Teater of Nicholmville and Miss Nell Kaufman 9.39 Miller, llessle 1 t lot 1912-13- -15 Itav of Loyd were visitors of Miss Nelson, John 1 1 lot 1911 to 1915 42.51 Peachie Mae Sander, Sunday. 5 6.50 NewlandSara 1 t lot Mr and Mrs George Thompson of Williams Jas 2 1 lots 1913 to 1915 13.90 preaching at Scotts Uourne attended O. HUCK, M. C. L. Pork Sunday and were the plesaant By E. T. Buck, Deputy M. C. L. guest of Mrs Mary Sanders. TAKE Carom The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, olClilton Mills, Ky., says: "Before taklngCardul, I was, at times, so weak I could hardly walk, anil the pain in my back and head nearly killed me. After taking three bottles olCardul, the pains disappeared. Now I feel as well as I ever did. Every suffering woman should tryCarduL" today. Oetabottle 8 The Central Record, Thursday May 1 1 , 1916. Beginning Tuesday, May 9th., and Continuing for Eleven Days we will Offer Our Entire Stock of Silk Suits, Coatb, Silk Tailored Suits, 2 and Dresses Shirt Waists at Very Decided Reductions 3-Pi- ece . ( 1 g Our lines of garments are exceptionally complete as the stock was renewed late in April. All prices are based on last year's prices of materials and since then materials have advanced to one-hal- f. d Sale prices will be but little over actual value of materials; No garments sent on approval or laid aside. one-thir- Tailored Suits. $10.75 SllitS Sill Suits. We will also include in this sale, more than e fifty entirely new and three-piec- e Silk Suits, made of Taffetas. Soires, Gros dc Londres, Failles and Gros Grains, in Blacks, Navy, Belgian, Browns, Greys, Greens and Old Rose. Trices were $19.75 to $75. two-piec- Sill Dresses. Tailored We offer choice of about forty of this season's suit?, made of strictly nil wool material and latest shapes In blacks, blues, tans.greys. and checks In all sizes and not one worth less than $15 More than sixty suits in black, nnvy, Helgian, tan, etc, Gab- ardines, PopJIns, Vigereaux, etc., In all sizes and in over twenty-Sllit- S five styles. The first prices of these were $19.75 to as high as $25 $13,75 TailOred Never before in the hlitory of the Dry Goods business has there been ' such ii craze for silks. We anticipated this early "nil bought an immense line of Silk Dresses-S- ilk Dresses to suit every occasion from Ihe plain street dress to most elahor-at- e Afternoon Gowns. Prices ranged fronv$ 10.00 to $fit.00. .During this sale this superb lino of over ON IIUNDl'lH) AND FIFTY SILK DHKHSBS WILL UK OFFERK1) AT DECIDED DEDUCTIONS. L $13.75 Silk $9.75 Silk Dresses Afternoon Gowns. I $19,75 Suits Tn!lmvr1 IQIIUlkU At tl,is PrIce we ""er J'ou choice of all our best $25.00 Wool tex Suits, as well as many New York mnde suits that sold at $25 . ..!.Mil man at... newest siyie suns iu aim uier, V liny iuu win uave niurv .1 select from. 1 -- AH Reduced For This Sale. $8.95 fliDresses We offer you choice of nearly fifty exceptionally attractive Silk Dresses, ir. all the best rotors. The materials ate plain and striped Taffetas, Meteors. Crciies, etc. Styles arn strictly Only fifteen Silk Dresses at this price, but the value is unusual, as there is not one but is worth $15. All are rather plain street dresses but of good silk" and well and stylishly made. I Tailored Suits $24.75 A' this price we have. we offer you choice of all the finest wool suits These are either Wooltex or finest grade of New York tailoring and regular prices were $32.60, $35.00 and $40.00. $8.95 PARTY DRESSES Wash Skins at er cno'ce $1 , White one dollar. The materialsfur new tyles in White Honeycomb and are Pique, Gabardine. dKlrtS. Sport Stripes. ' We offer choice of more than twenty-fiv- e new Party and Dance Dresses at $8.95. The materials are Taffetas, Satins and Crepes, and colors blues, pinks, white, yellows, etc. Kenular prices were $13.75 to $1S. We offer for your choosing a rarely beautiful assortment of handsome Silk Dresses in many styles from the rich plain tailored Silk Dress on up to the elaborate afternoon gown The materials are Taffetas, Soire, Gore de Londres, Georgettes, Nets, Crepes and Fancy Silks. Prices were $25, all reduced for this sale $.50. $35.00. $40.00, WJ.M and $. Our Entire Stock of more than Three Hundred Crepe de Chene, Georgette and Lace Waists will be offered in this sale at very special prices., These ranged in price from $2 00 to $l'2.00, but all will be marked down for this sale. ONE SPECIAL LOT AT $3.95 OUR ENTIRE STOCK of nearly One Hundred NEW COATS wijl be greatly This includes all WOOLTEX COATS also Silk and Milanese Jersey Coats. marked down for this sale. COATS. NEW STYLES CONE IN EVERY WIRTHMORE WAISTS are always $1. and always worth more. WEEK. . TheCentrhL Record Robertson DANVILLE, GOOD PRICES REALIZED KENTUCkY. jtsroiner 1 i m LIFE OF SAVAGE TRULY SENSIBLE. Just IN as Ihe organization there are no reasons for nearly two years ago. while lie was a any friction or contest in these local pupil in the Danville public school. He ' conv,n,io,v'' We expect our local con-- was a member of Trjop A. Fourteenth When I was young I had to go and sm "incorporated, LI'IdKi jALLi vention Saturdriy week to be entirely Calvarv. He was accepted for service yeah. till the cornfield with a hoe. Ah, it Weekly. $1.00 a issued harmonious, It Is the purpose ot lead- - at Columbus Ohio. was weary work, indeed; 1 paralyzed The sale of the personalty's of the A letter from Hudson was received the noxious weed, and scraped tho dirt late Sam J. Err.bry, which took place ing democrats all over the state to hv his family about a week ago, in J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. around the corn, and yearned to hear at his late home near Stanford yester-- i avoid, if possible the raising of any which ho said he wan well nml that his of u local nature that would R.L ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. the dirner horn. I'd toil all day to day brought out a good crowd and the questionbring any friction or dissension troop was expecting to fight with Mexbent the band, til) blisters came on hoof bidding was jpirited and as n result, I tend to ican bandit at any tints. The news of and hand, and then the husbandman all stock sold well. Dinner was served to the party, no that Kentucky may his death was received by the family I lie l'o-- t office la Lancaster. Ky., Entered give President Wilson u safe rntjoritj would say. as he dug up my meagre abundantly to everybody and Col. I. M. I as Ponl C9 Mall Matter tonight in a telegram ent from Alpine pay. Was that the beat that you could Dunn, of Danville was the auctioneer. ' in November. As the State conven- Texas, by Col. Frederick W. Sibley, Member Kentucky Press Association do? You must have loafed, the whole I We quote u few of the sales; Two 9ows tion will be in Lexington, so con commanding the regiment wid asking and And now I see the farmers with 15 pigs, $S0. Fat hogs, $8.83 a venient to us, a full delegation will atday thru I what disposition sheuid be matlo of the Eighth District Publishers League. ride on cultivators tall and wide, that hundred; Shetland ponies averaged tend from this countv. body. In .reply he was requested to hill the corn and slay the weeds, as about $C0 a head; One Jack colt, $203; semi the body to Danville. they are drawn by prancing steed. A One Jennet, 202.50; One LET THE PUBLIC KNOW I Lancaster, Ky., May 11, 1916 Young Itogers is the second member hundred freckled lads with hoes might nyiiu mule, $175;One mule will be a part of the program of ol Iih lainlly who baa been Killed in It work all day along the rows, and not $130; Three-year-ol- d mule $101.G0; One the past week while on SUty as a U. S. Rates For Political Announcements achieve as much, I ween, as would one uair mules. $305; One the city school Hoard after the qualifi- ' eoldier on the Mexican border. The cation of the trustees recently elected, For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 green and red machine. The farmers piir. same age $330; body of Winfiehl Mills, an Amenchn 10.00 of these modern days know naught of. horse mule, $91; One yearling horse as we are informed to annually publish 'soldier fur more thu "or County Offices twenty-seveold time toilsome ways; thev do their mule, $75; One trotting a full financial statement of the receipts years, u cousin of' Hsxkon Uogers' iror State and District Offices.... 15.00 and expenditures of moneys of the labors sitting down, and ride in choc-cho- o mure. $225; One seven-yearol- d mare .10 For Calls, per line mother, is expected tu nrrive at Dan' cars to town; they find the hoodie with mulo colt, $225. Farming imple- Graded and high school. No one has ville W ednemluY for burial. The body 10 Tor Cards, per line any suspicion that the former Hoard growing rank, and have, to stack it in ments sold at good prices and all grade For all publications in the interbeing brought from Columbus, N. M. did not properlv handle tho funds in lis the bank. Walt Mason. of hogs and pigs sold well. est of individuals or expresfollowing the advice of l.'d Mills of Dan to it, but the Hoard wag extrusted sion of individual views, per ville, a brother of the veteran soldier. pending the public's money and the 10 line of hit death wos not given. OUR IDEA OF THE DESTINY DR. PURSLEY BUYS public as well as individuals want to The date OS per line Obituaries, know exactly to a cent what is done Needed an Audience. OF GERM DISEASES. WHITEMOON REMEDIES with the money exacted of them in the First Man (of largo crowd Interestwav of taxation. We are authorized to .announce Miss edly watching street excavators ot After spending five years in stitcs Through u deal which has been on It is mandatory upon Fiscal Courts Jennie Higgins a candidate for County over the entire Union as the foot for severe! weeks. Dr. J. J. Pun und Braids of Council uf all cities in work)- - "That laborer In the yellow Garrard known School Superintendent of shirt Bocma to thoroughly enjoy his mecca for people afllicted with air pas- sley, better known as '"Dakoto Jack," this Bute to annually publish a full and County, subject to the action of the Seeond Man toxplalnlng) "You sage and lung troubles, and after see- proprietor and sole manufacturer of the complete statement of all financial do- Job." he see, has been an actor, hut never Democratic primary August 1917. ing and hearing of many people who famous "Indian Remedies," with head- ings u these bodies even to each claim played to such a largo and nttentlvt hud been afllicted with these troubles quarters in this city, purchased last allowed. For this failure there is a audlcnco as this." We are authorized tu announce J. O. for many jears in these states people week of .Mrs. Chnrhu Whitemoon, of penalty under the luw. It is a small Bogie, as a candidate for the Democ for whom the western air held no healLouisville, the entire plant utid all the expense und little trouble to give to Court ing halm we have decided to try to ratic nomination for County remedies of this wonderful medicine. the public this information. These ABOUT S4.000.000 WILL BE Clerk, primary to be held August 1917, find some chemist who would experiPursley will consolidate the respective bodies should (trictly com- Dr. ment with germicidal and healing'ateam business in Louisvillu and nil ship- ply with the luw and give to the tax-- , SPENT THIS YEAR IN We are authorized to announce Joe substunces, or gasos. . ments will be made from that city. payers and the public at least annually The only hope for the Immediate Tho plant of the Whitemoon Med- ' this information. . Hamilton as a candidate for County It would be a saving STATE ROADS. Court Clerk, to fill out the unexpired downfall ii f the numerous microscopic icine Company is no located some to the public to luve It known that the W. Hamilton. ' Subject to germs that build colonies in the air distance from the business section of light of publicity was going to be turnterm of J. Public road improvements Kentucky B the action of the Democratic primary passage! and lungs lie in germ Louisville, but it is the intention of Dr. ed on ull claim immediately. is beginning to reach n gigantic scale. for injured tissues, by Pursley to have the main oHh'e moved August 191C. The public of this School District these poisoners, and healing substances. up town to be in closer touch with the will bti pleased to know just who gets and It is estimated at the Department 'of Public Koads that the total expended The germ killers and healing Buhstances retail trade which has grown tu enorpublic money, how much anil what I in Kentucky this year under state We are authorized to announce Hon. gases or mous proMrtions in tho last few years. the Montgomery, of Liberty, will have to be converted into for. The small expense is no excuse .supervision will not bo less than $1,000, Chtrles F. steam before inhaling. These remedies have bcome fumous to neglect tint plain and positive di 000. Of the 120 counties In Kentucky Cajey county, as a candidate; for the With no great amount of exieriment world over and wonderful results rection uf the law. Democratic nomination for Congress in ing very succesiful results may be the 103 have applied fur State Aid and this the Eighth district of Kentucky, found that will throttlo the great white have been acc5mplisl.ed through (hem. twenty-fiv- e have their work under way, subject to the primary to be laid the plague forever. while the Department of Roads iswoik-hKILLED BY BANDITS. first Saturday in August. The blood germ diseases; such as DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION under high pressure, considering n, Three American soldier, ono u typhoid and malarial fevers, will us the plans and specifications and contracts We are authorized to announce future approaches, no doubt, be cured Hudson Rogers, of Danville, and looking ufter the inspection. ComSATURDAY MAY 20TII and a boy have lost their missioner of Itoada It. C. Terrell has Jeutha Onstott a candidate for the by draining small amounts of blood democratic nominationjfor County Court from the body, killing the germs on the t'ountv Conventions will be JieM in lives and two American citizens havu divided the state into thirteen inspecClerk, subject to the action of thu prl outside of the bodv and then by an ap- all the counties in Kentucky on May been kidnapped und carried south of tion districts with un engineer inspecmary, August 1917. paratus, as yet unknown to science, be 20tli at 2:30 o'clock, to select dele-g- o the international boundary to almost tor In charge of each. This year, toe, tea to thu State Convention at Lex- certain death in another raid of Mexi- ' will see for the first time In n genera redralned Into the blood vessel from Garrard county can bandits that take rank with Fran- tion, convicts working on the highways. which It was taken. Ily'draining small ington on May 2Uh. FOUND; Auto license number 985 amounts at intervals from the body, Democrats will hold their convention at cisco Villa's famous attack on Colum- Mudison.JIarlan and lluth were the Apply this office. IIm All bus, N. M. The marauders were poisoning the germs and returning the the Court House In Lancaiter. first counties to ask for them, It Is of bandits and numbered about seveiit. . LOST; Auto license number 17026. blood much time will bo saved In curing democrats are for the not likely that the convicts will be used Hudson Itogers was 17 years OmI mil on the roads until after the r.ew prison President Wilson and the leaders of the If found kindly return or notify this blood germ diseases. a my board Is appointed In June, Virgie It. Worrell. state having agreed upon the state enlisted In the United State office. THE LUCKY FARMER. MEMORIAM. mid-da- AIDJiR y sun was shi dding its transcendant light over th- - most Ailatcis Almeit Mnown By Ahorifines lieautlful spring morning of April 191ft, the spirit of Nelle England DusAre Common Now. ks!, a most lovely girl, winged its flight into the porahj of the celestial The theory that tmett of Hie of tiiy r rutmd n most en- city. Ah, it Is sad indeed, to ehrnniete the tirety by tbnse habits that distinguish the white man from Ida long ago death of one so young ami so fair. It bt.'ths-r- the uvkkp, is inure wnlely Is a sd termination of the short wedtri every ilay. ded life that was gsrlsndesl bv the The savkge, in many vy-- . u as a fsirst llmvera, it has blighted lln fond iHor sumvible beintc than tin' man wh anticipation f ail the possibilities of mwiw war im him and then his the future life oirer whUli hung every mud. by mod-- promise uf happmeM; Imthiifiht. It hsm it seems us if icaU uuthonti. that nine out of ten tied nimss-l- f had mnde br life glorious; cwh of skknmi run 1m trnead to a He had it with stars; its disordered stvmaeh. and Mutt th all piithw.v He Irad strewn with Mowers; inunts are due. in a large measure, n round her life He spread the glory of t excessive eating and drinking and the physical universe, all that ts magto littU Iwalthful outdoor ex- - reia. nificent in motion und sublime iu magCommon neiise alwuM he iuhsI in nitude surrounded her just us heuutiful our mode of living. It was with this Nelle Kngland budded into lovely womend in view tliat Von Trim-bu- anhood her life was crowned with the h the noted chemist nml origina- greatest boon of woman-life- , the love tor uf to mny boalth aids, gathered and adoration of n fond and devoted IwiImi, roots, barks aixt flowers fioin husband. Hut. alas, he is TiUhw today, the most remote parta of the world berf iif this precious jewel, the very and spent years of his life in experihis life grno out. Oh, what menting ntal study before be arrived means the almost" tragical death n ono solution jr the problem of re- who was amiability itself. at the We can lieving stomach triiuli'ri. He named only think of t.er of all gentleness, his discovery Tsnlae. Tanlae has met hoiiuty and purity. with instant fuvtJr whrrevor it has Alas, she is dead, her dainty hands been introductd. It has created u are folded white and cold beneath the romance in the husine Hun- gloomy portals of the grave. The heart1 world. dreds of thousands of sufferers have whoso every beat measured an eternity realized the benefit of this great re- of love is forever still. Tu tho parents constructive tonic. and husband we find no language adeTunlac is believed to act more fa- quate to express our sympathy in this vorably because of the nature uf its sad bereavement, as noijs of conIngredients, on ailments of the stom- dolence will not alleviate your Borrow. ach, liver and kidneys, and on ca- We can only say lean on the everlasting tarrhal affections of the mucous mem- arm that Is able to supiort you. We branes, which, when neglected, are so feel the grave cannot keep her, wo often communicated to the vital or- know she is In happier world. a gans themselves, than any other Think of her in her homo of celestial known preparation. This ideal recon- bliss, all radiant with everlasting youth, structive tonic appetizer, Invlgorgant never to grow old, no euro will ever be and builder of tissues bus been laudtd hers; she will live forever In the pres. by men and women in all wulks uf ence of Jesus and with thu redeemed life. It has proved n booii for suffer- of earth, will sing songs of praise until ers from those all too common ono djy, by and by, you will cross the Tunlac now is being especially intro- river of death and tho beautiful wife, and daughter will meet you at the duced In Lancaster at It. II McUoberts Where, thu Tanlae man explainn Its pearly gate and welcome you home merits and thu results which may be where you can ive forever with the happy throng. expected from Its use. Tanlae may be obtained in the nearby Draw our earth-worspirits upward, cities. Paint Lick, J, N. Metculf; Upwurd to the realms above, Decker & llallard: Little Whis(er to us words of comfort, Hickman, Collier and Ilruner; llerea, ' Comfort, soothing peace and love. S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Stay thou with us as we journey, Journey sad as strangers roam, Evans; Richmond. II. L, Perry & Son; Crah Orchard, Lyne Hros ; Ilurgln, G. Let thine unseen presence guide us Schoollleld; Danville, John S. Wells; T. Guide us 'till we're gathered homo, It. E. McUoberts, Lancaster, und W. C West, Silver Creek, A Loved One. '. bn 1 Jo--p- b, Ifgk-so- T , The Central Record, Thursday May Ml 11 19 lei. MOVING All our beautiful $22.00 and $25.00 FAST $18.50 $20.00 Mill STV NEW SPRING SUITS at greatly reduced prices. $m.9 The Joseph Me rcantile Co Suits $16,98, Suits Sec Our Beautiful Line of Spring Foot Wear. Do Not Buy Until You Have Inspect ed Our Line of Floor Coverings LAND ROLLER $24-0- 0 Cultivators and Double Shovels, Garden Flows, Lawn Swings, Screen Doors, Screen Cloth, John Deere Mowers and Binders. Six horse Gasoline Engine, cheap. Birdscll Wagon, Sprinkling (Hose and Croquett Sets. Get our prices d on PAINT. A Soavtnior Given with each 25c Purchase. FORSALE-Secon- hand Corn Planter. The Square Deal House. J. E. Mount, Son & Co. agicus- - 3CIE SEE -r SjESn EbAlORE HOPPER For Insurance Sc , mi all cIiism;s of property Also growers of Hemp & Tolwcco Lancaster. Kentucky. lLir BE New Line of D 1rU Up-To-Da- te 1 AND ALSO pr f Carts Prasier Eoad Mrs. W. P Kincaid and Miss LenH Mrs. Samuel Cotton is recup rating Miss Lyle Cooper was the attractive Miss Oeor a Jones of Richmond, will Ilxmpt m nt Star-fowlfrom the effects of a severe cold. were in this city guest of Miss Lottie Carson Sunday be th,j guest of Miss Sara Wilmot ftr shopping last Monday. the Senior reception tomorrow night. Miss Allene Hrother of Mortonsville, Miss Alberta Anderson motored to Mr. ai.d Mrs. Henrv Hall and Mrf. Lexington last week for a few itjts Stapti. is tlif guest of Mrs. Foiest Mrs. Samuel Cotton und son, Mr. JLuiy Arnold, of WincheHter. were with vi,it with reatives. Wallace Cotton, motored t Lexington . ii. uw ii iiuine, relal ves here last w eek. i for the State C. E. Convention, and after a several weeks' viit to Mr. H. G. Cogdell of Macon Ga., has. w,rt. accompanied by Mrs J. A. Amon, A Hrlef Mention of (he Comings tni Mr. Harry Sayre, of Cincinnati, Dec the guest of Mr. J. A. Robinson. Oolngs lyThoic Wt Arc Interested In. .. Mrs. J as I. Hamilton and Mr. Will ,,f Ml.. I?l. Ik. A.l.:.l Mr. f.ogdell owns a large plantation I Ricu Amon. Mrs. Km in a Higginlotham left Wed- - for n few days this week. I n.Mr Mnenn unit la tnntrtnr fnr Hnmpl , nesdny for Junction City to viit her Mrs. Jack Adams came home Sunday I Mrs. S. I). Cochran entertained tit ,.,u:.t. i.i Mm. J. A. Amnn is on a visit to sister. Mrs. llurke. from Atlanta, where she was celled by) ,ne heat on carlh Bre to be found i an 'laborate t! o'clock dinr.ir Tuesday friends in Cincinnati. I Mrs. J. W. Landram of Harlan. r. tn at her attractive home on Danville inc ueuiii ui iit--r Kentuckv Mr Hugh Tillett of Danville, was the here visiting her father, Judge It. avenue, the hnnorees of the occasion Hon. W. It. Mason of the State Hoard ... , ... n Hurnside and family. guest of his aunt. Miss Sallie Tillett. being the bridal couple, Mr. and Mrs. of hmjaHzation, spent the week end,,,,,, . . , ,, . , Harry Tomlinson, and Miss ISettie RobMr. W. O. GxJloe returned Monday with his family, returning to Frankfort Mrs. Annie Hailey was In Stanford visit to his parents at Winchester, Ohio inson of the Lancaster High school Sunday with her daughter. Miss liessiel nlght from a several day' visit to his last Momlav. and during the sojourn a family renn- - faculty. Hople at Springfield. Holtzclnw. Misses Marjorie tnd Kvaiine Hullou. ion lual birthday celebration will bo Wilmot and mother spent two attractive little Misses of Stanford held commemorating younp Mr. Miss Sara Mrs. Alexander Kennedy of Danville The Chautauqua Circle held its Inst Kirk's is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Wil- Saturday and Sunday with fritmli and hive been the guests of Mrs. Kella 23rd natal anniversarj. assemblage, prior to the vacation perrelatives in Danville. liam Farnau. iod, at the home of Mrs. F. P. Frisble j Arnold Francis. A letter from Mrs E. L. Owsley to a on Tuesday afternoon. The Ia3t booK Mrs. M. S. Hatfield and Miss Katie Mr John M. Duncan was n recent Misses Jeanette Eldridge of Paint j Lanca.ter friend states that she left visitor of his sister, Mrs Charlotte Simpson motored to Lexington, Tues- - Uck. and Miss Elizabeth Ilrvaut. of I Ve w Vork for Washington City the of their literary course proved both instructive and interesting, the title being ..., ,1, day and spent the day. . . . .. 1... ........ I. ln..nl..;ilu Warren in Stanford. nrst or mt weel; and arter a sojourn 'The Way of the Flanets". The hostof Miss Minnie Johnson. Mrs. Robert E. Mclloberts ami Mrs. in the National Capital, will visit in ess served a delicious course of refreshMrs. Fred Sutton was numniunsed to Mattie I' Frisbie spent Monday with Nicholasville, Mrs. Sallie Kosh Lawson of Lancas- Charlottesville Va., before returning to ments, the session being designed for by the death of her Danville kinjoople. ter, was in Danville Saturday.. .Mrs. Lexington and Nioholasville for a brief n 'social.' nephew, Sheridan Crutcher. Kolit. Harding is spending a few dajs stay on her homeward route. Miss Annie Royston has returned to j Mr. Mrs. A. II. Ilice who has been for Mrs. S. u, Cochru, leave in Cincinnati with her husband who is Chicago, after a happy hmter vacation Mr. John M. Duncan goes to Atlantic several weeks with her sister, Mrs. H. tMt Wl.lk fof lo fh,.,r ,iaU(;h,er rjpidly improving in health. Danville with her home folks here. City on the 15th to attend the Presby- C. Sutton, and mother, Mrs. II. A. Ii. Mrs. Rusell Urown in Asliville N. C. Messenger. terian General Assembly and will visit Marksbury, joined her husband to atMr. John E. Storme has been on the W. C. McElhannoii leaves this Mrs. Messrs Joe Kavanaugh and James Mrs. E. C. IlarnarU and Mrs. 'Pattie tend the Derby at Louisville cn routo ick list since last Tuesday much to the. week for her homr in N. C . after a Woods are the guests of friends in Lex- Gill at Washington D. C. on his return to their home at Richmond Ind. Mr. regret of his many friends. pleasant visit to her mother. Mrs. J. ington for the week end... Mrs. K. L. trip. He hopes to bring Mrs. Gill Rice had with him his Hoosier friend. Mrs. Jnana Hall M nl home from nl A. Jones. ' Eikin and Mrs. Joe Ho'jimon motored home with him if she has sulliciently Mr. Taylor, who was very enthusiastic pteasnnt visit to her daughter. Mrs. to this city vestenlay afternoon for recovered from n state of ill health to over hli first- auto trip through the Messrs Leander C. Gibson nnd George Ilolmn Cnmnhell at Stanford. beautiful Blue grass region. endure the journey. ' t'urba .if If fi.hrrii.n.1 Vorm.l ' wnru A'.t.ik' several horns. Danville AJvocatc. Mrs. Fisher D. Herring, of Preachers- - fnd . Mn(, ()f Ma vMton vine, nas neen spenumg several uaya ' Ionn Dunn. with Misses Ida and Lily Grant. . t, tl! ' l.iuu ll,se T II- - iwwiey nnuI. ,uee III ii;iiey. n Miss Janie Terrill is at Ikiiiiu after " , ... I ,.tlt. .trtt rp . t anu Aiesrs tuny .uner amii tiurion protracted visit to Mr. nnd Mrs. Stapp attended the C. E. fomcntion Walker at Connersville. Indiana. ' in Lexington last week. Mrs W. E. Moss nnd Ml Jennnie Mrs. II. Clay Sutton will join I'.cr Ijickey went to Stunford to attend the sister, Mrs. A. II. Rice in 1'iuisville Methodist Mimtionarv Convention. FOR tier the Inst of tiie week, in ac'iun-KinMr. L. I.. Walker, littlesnn, Charls, to Richmond Inoiana. for a vim. and Miss Nancy Walker, were in RichMIh.-vona Dunn, Mae I'owrll. Mat-ti- e mond to visit their aunt, Mrs. Cornb McGrath Adams, and Violu Tribble. Clay. of the Richmond Normal, were the Mi Nell llouroe, wliu makes her week end guetts of then homefolks home with kinspeople in Lexington. U here. visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J .Mrs. Forrest Fitxgerald tnd iw&utiful II. Hournv. little daughter. Dorothy, and Ms J, Dr. M. K. Denny, Messrs Fisher M. Casey of Danville, are here isiting ' Herring, E. W. Morrow, Ed Ros?,L. C. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Gulley nnd J. L. Gill were in Lexington Wilkinson. last Thurwlny. Mr nnd Mrs George A. Hrowii nnd Mrs. W. It. Todd, expression teacher little Miss Elsie Urown accumimiied by in the Lancaster Graded school, has reMr and Mrs Shearer nnd son. Ilradiy turned from n week's visit to Miss mnde a recent motoring tup to Lyle Cooper of Stanford. Gossip About People v?ve ir, r,i .... .....,. h... s( iUs J Si A SHOPPING - Hats 1 Lexington. at prices right. See USMn regard to putting on your RUBBER TIKES. We handle nothing but the best grade of rubber Ir7'ttfhlt?5ft PHONE 27. H fi S H A lift HI Ky. BRYANTSVILLE. who has been Mrs Lige Ford was hottest !at l'hurs with her daughter, Mrs. F. D. Gaines, day of a social function in the tyav of a in Danville, is ngain with her children "Quilting Ilee." There erj about in this city and vicinity. sixteen voUng needle women present Mr. ami Mrs. Guv Hundley and little and the artistic piece of patchwork was daughter, Nancy, of Danville, have, combined of two shades of ellow and been recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. green. Thomas It. Slavin on Richmond road. Dr. Ilurdett Ramsey and wile who Mrs. George A. McRobrrs and little have, lately returned from ttinter daughter of Covington arc expected to sojourn with their daughter. Mrs. shortly to visit her parentr, Mr, Ilolloway at Chnttanoogo. IVnn.. to nrriye land Mrs, Joe llurnxide, her huvtmnd, their old home in East (ixrrt.nl. spent iG. A. McRnberts, being nt Asheville, a few days with Mr. und Mi.-- . J. P. I North Carolina, seeking restoration to Frank at Danville. Mrs. Arthun Currey Everything that interest women in Millinery can be found in our new and attrac- tivp. Milline.rv Denartment. . j vl n TSi.j VSJ- - I I The selection of Millinery calls for especially good taste, and it is no small compliment that we should be asked to supply your good taste in the selection of hats. ilir , health. ONE THOUSAND HOUSES IN GAR- RARD COUNTY ARE SUFFERING FOR Master Saulley Hughes, Mini- - Sherley Denny, ami little Lucy Kates Denny were made happy birthday dinner served the threo juveniles on tli suine ilate, as the natal anniveiary of the eld!r children occurred on the Und of Muy, and Master Saulley a biithday Is ' May 3rd. I t i in Sport Hats and in also Hand Painted Hats for the den party in Leghorns and Tuscans. Nevv' ideas SPECIAL SHOWING OF SPRING HATS AT Ban-cock- s; Gar- ssji Mr. A. It, Denny and Mis. Mattie Duncan were In Stanford t v it Mrs. Kelly Francis before she left for the Huzelwood Saniiariutii In Louisville, che having been in a statu of ill health for some time. Her many relatives and home friends, at her mother's girl-hoohere most ardently hope fur her siieedy j Grand Opening of Summer Hats FRIDAY, MAY 2th. 1 Delay means more final COST. Faint now and be dressed up for the recovery. sum-me- r Splendid showing of high class values inside and outside painting at for visitors. POWDER Absolutely Pure Made from Cream af Tartar NO ALUM-- NO Stormes' Drug Store. in. 3c PHOSPHATE On Tuesday afternixm Mav Jud, thoi two music clubs composed of the junior and senior members of Miss Wobb's. music class had a delightlul combined program. All the selections rendered were double numbers eanisialing of duets, trios and quartets, There, went visitors as well an the a few out-sid- e faculty present. The social side of the program wub well looked after by Miss Webb who served delightful COME! WELSH DANVILLE, WISEMAN KENTUCKY. i nti oentrai hecord, Thursaay May i, 1 1916. saw I W. 0. MONEY Funeral Office DAIRY and CREAMERY CARING FOR COWS TO Director and 18. Embalmer. Kentucky. GET BEST RESULTS CPrfpnreJ Phone Residence Plinne 33. stiduld be allowed In tho stable. The epen shed system of keeping cows It advocated by many dairymen and has some ndruutngci, but It Is essential that the shed be kept dry nnd ls open on the south side. , SilAae Far Dairy Cow, The feed for cows shorld tie prtbl i 11H1I dee. hlo and nutritious, Moldy ed feed and sueh feeds us may hi Jurlomly affect the cons' bmltli or the rharacter of the milk sIhmiM lie nrfully avoided. The cilur and Paler of milk aie very leaillly affected by r.tp" cabbage, till Hps nml other feeds h.iv That new, black Barefoot" Rubber! of lis moat valuable characteristics, for (nnd Shoo) inirjioMW, i ita CLINO its tenacious grip on smooth nnd slippery mirfnees. Through thai it civca it3 maximum Traction with a minimum of Friction. V!icn you put on tho Ercfccs to stop tho Car, or throw in tho Clutch to rjert tho Car, tho Tirea made of this bb!c "BAItLFCOT" T.ubbcr instead of grinding against t!'o rTound fir Traction, CLING toil, as your baro foot would clinjr to a slippery floor. That's tch'j wo vo finally christened ii, and trode-rnarkit, as Barefoot" Rubber. Get a sliver of it, from any Goodrk'.i Branch or ncarc-- .t Dealer. You'll find it stretch almost cs imich, arid return to nhapo almost cs instantly, at a pure Rublcr band. Wciph a Goodrich "Barefoot" Tire of any rdzo against tho corresponding size of other makeu of Tire, and you'll find it many pounds lighter, though many "Miles" stranger, Drivo it, and you'll find in Goodrich "Bare-footTirc:t a liveliness, a quick rerixnm to iwwer, n tvmtcitu "of traction. and all this with a Miloago capacity which will curpriso and delight you. ' Lancaster, lne strong -- dor-. Mid whru ii'fd lr t'nltol (Stnlea itKrli ullure. dMrtmnt of SPECEAL TRAIN EIXCURSiON. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, May .1 4th To hare healthy cows It one of tlio first essentials In the production of clean milk. If tlio conn are diseased their mlik Is liable to contain disease producing' bacteria or lit' otherwise nli Such milk Is neither clean normal. nor safe ns an nrtlclc of fond even though there Is no visible illrt In It. The raws shonlil he tested at least once n jenr for tulicrculosU by a capable veterinarian, and If diseased animals nre found the herd should bo tet- $130 ROUND TRIP Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. FROM 0. B. HARBEHSOS, Tituet Agent JUNCTION CITY, KY. Diaw A Check DlIiTT OOW A MENACE TO for the money you ov-- and note how much more respectfully your creditors re gard you. They like to do business with a man who A I LEAS MILK. has an account at & the Garrard Bank Trust Co. They know hp is doing business in a busiress like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They will crow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company 1 BOHEMIAN KING. THE KING OF THEM ALL, THE CHAMPION OF THE RING. Te whose sons and daughters have sold for more money, IMPERIAL SIRE-- - ed twice a year. Alt cows which react, showing that they are Infected with the disease, should be removed from the herd mid the stable and premises thoroughly disinfected. Xo cattle should be added to the henl without subjecting them to the tuber culin test before they arc brought to the farm. They should then lc kept separate from the other animals for at least sixty days and rctested. With out the use of tuberculin the owner Is liable to Ihs confronted with serious and continuous losses. With Its use the disease can bc eradicated from the herd nnd the danger of Its spread to man from this source removed. Groom the Dairy Cow. Special attention should be siren to the condition of the udder, uud any milk which appears slimy, ropy, wa tery or otherwise abnormal should not bo used as food. As a rule, milk should not be used within fifteen days before calving or during the first Ave days after calving. It Is well not to use milk from cows which have been given powerful drugs, for It Is known that medicines of this kind often pass through the tissues of tho mammary gland nnd Into the milk. The external condition of the cow Is a most Important factor In the production of clean milk. One of the great est sources of milk contamination Is tho dirt on the animal's body. It Is therefore essential that extra care Iks taken to keep the cow free from accu- I mulations of mud and manure. Grooming Is usually dispensed with, as it costs money, jet there Is far more rea- ' son for tho dally grooming of nn animal that produces human food than of a horse which hauls a manure spreader or a garlmgu wagon. Custom, how- j ever, demands that the horse be kept clean, nnd this custom must bo extended to include cows on farms where milk Is produced. Cows on pasture usually keep cleaner than when in the barn; but. though they appear clean, they may lie very dusty and should be bruhed before each milking. When kept in stables they require a thorough cleaning at least once a day. It Is well to clip tho long hairs from the udder, flanks and tall In order that dirt may . not cling to It Is nlso desirable that the bedding bo clean, dry nnd used in Mitllclent quantities to pro mote tho comfort of tho animal, espe clally where the tloor Is of concrete. tin-in- should lie glren after mMiHC. hi hli ease there Is little iMttwer in natlng tlra milk. If po'lures ire im r run with girlie or wild onkii the um- should lie removed from til pasture several hours liefnre mllkliiK When silage mine Into use as u feed for dairy cons there were intuiv iihiee Hons to It mi the ground tint It mi favorably affected the flavor nf the milk, but these complaints nre now less common, as the bail Havers have been found to be caused by Mr qu.il lly of silage, Impropur feeding or I cause silage odors were nlrnirlied from the stable air. (iood slime, fed In reasonable uantittcs after milMiu. will not Injure the health of the cnv nor Irutvilr the quality f the tntlfc. It must bn fed nftvr milking mid all tin eaten silage removed so that the sll.ig-odowill from the mr be Man;, hr.ittli fore the next milking. authorities forbid the feeding of wet or distillers grains tu .mus brewers lx ause such Brains ferment rai!.!ly nud produce st.'itug olors. which ile ubsnrlied by the tnilk. mid und.r . nil nary conditions th. stable and tons become so filthy that the production of clean milk Is Impossible. Salt and Water For Cows. Owing to the dust and mints which arise from the feeding of liny, grain md sllJge. It Is liest from :i sanitary mint of view to feed nfter milking lather th.itt before. A llliernl supply if salt should be provided hi n place where the cows tan have ready nrcess to It. It ! of prime !miortancu that the cows h.ivo a:i abundance of fresh, pure water Cows which produce twen e pounds of milk a day require seventy live pounds or more of water daily, mid Install cs are on record in which heavy milkers have consumed more than Si) pounds of water I.i that t'r iiit::i ONE ed WW fssSh-'- -" 5 33V, C Ms 4 ....Si!It Tr.oJ ( . I P 2iT.",i l'elr.J.f ii JS.S S22.O0 .J7M tSOMJ Vw.wwm HC M . j. 22.0 UM, 1 i developed thi3 "Darcfoot Rubber" in'm-ari- li for uso in our now famous "Silver-tow- n Conl" Tiro which, last yenr. showed such marvellous ENUURjVNCE on tlio Race Track, at over 100 Miles per hour. But wo now make it into Goodrich FABRIC Tires, Goodrich inner Tubes, Goodrich Motor-Cycl- o Tires, Goodrich Truck Tires, Gooilrich Dicyclo Tires, Goodrich Rul Boots, Overrhoes, Solos and Heels, aa well as into Hilvertown Cord 'iircs. Because, in all of firse its characteristics of "Clinp;, Spring, Stretch, Strength, and Lightness" aro first requisites. Now, compare GOODRICH Fair-Liprices with prices you arcquotcd for samesizo Tires of other Brand, Cling-malit- y that have not tho wonderful Iletrilictica nnd of this new black "Barefoot" IttiblxT, which can bo hau in no other Tires than those mado by THE B. F. GOODRICH CO. Akrvu, Ohio. WE br st , GOODRICH "BAREFOOT" ires Co. Hffl to rxmove diiit amo roiiEin.v itATTiii. time. This lnrcc iiuantltv of water is necessary not only for tlio formation or mill;, hut also tor tne ingestion ana assimilation of the large quantities of food consumed, much of which is roughage. It Is not wise to permit cows to drink large quantities of Ice cold water, uud In order to encourage them to drink water enough in extremely cold weather It Is necessary to warm It slightly. Tho water trough should be kept clean and so situated thut the cows when drinking will not be oxpobcd unnecessarily tu Inclement onoouiso cohs weather, Treating Calves For Scours. Calves that scour ore treated In the following manner: As soon as symptoms appear from two to four tuble- spoonfuls of castor oil nre mixed with one-hal- f pint of milk ami given to the calf. This Is followed hi from four to six hours by a tenspoouful of a mix ture of vne part salol and two parts subnttrate of bismuth. This, too, can pint of milk, or the be given In one-hal- f jiowder may Is- - placed on tho calf's tongue and washed down with a small amount of milk. The allowance of feed should be reduced nt once nud not Increased until the condltloirof the eulf warrants. In mild cases castor oil 1j unnecessary nud therefore can be omitted. Wisconsin Agricultural Col lege. j ' I Lancaster Motor Car Our Good Percheron Stallion Distributors for Garrard County. will make tho season of l'Jlfi at our barn, 3 miles below Iluckeyo on the iluckeye and Lancaster pike at the very iow price of ' Hawk $10. to Insure Living Colt HAWK is by l.andaras 145I7.he sired by Kilo Do Dominant U87G, he by Dominant, by Ilienfaisant, by Vermouth, by Vidoco, by Coco II. II by Viex Chuslin, by Coco 712, by Mignon, by Jean I.e Wane. Dam of I.indara 7709. She by Extra dor 2123, and out of Linnet II., by Llcsure II.. and out of Cullalie. I.lcs-ur- e II., aired by St Laurent, and out of Evanlina II. DIG. She by Tacheau and dam Iloquet 897. Tho sire of Tucheau is Favora 1st, 793, and sire of Iloquet, Coco II, II. HAWK is a good individual, and a superb sire, of splendid pedigree. are owned in, and have won in more states than I the get of any stallion of the age. $30. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Milk Before Feeding. The cow should not be groomed, bed. ded or foil Immediately before milking, as thee operations till tho stable air with dust ami bacteria. Frequent attention to the distribution of lieddlng Is Just lis Important us to supply a large amount of It. Often a tour i ' ALLEN S.EDELEN Glenworth Stock Farm. BURGIN, KY. Ask for handsome photographs and literature Three other high class stallions 10 hands high standing at through the stables the last thing at night uud n few minutes' attention to the distribution of tl o bedding nt thut time will save half an hour's work of cleaning tlio cows In the morning. If tho manuiu Is removed dully it considerable distance from the sluble bail odors from It cannot taint the milk and tho danger of contamination from tilth laden tiles Is lessened. Tho lly nuisance Is caused by accumulations of manure, In which the Hies breed, and If conditions aru favorablu tho muiiuro should bo removed to tho fields every day, Flics carry bacteria and filth, and crrnest efforts should lio made to keep them from the stable. If the stable and Its surroundings aru clean and free from accumulations of mauuru and other materials which attract tiles It can bo kept fairly free of them by the. um) of lly poison nnd traits. In addition to removing the accumulated manure from the gutter every day, tho nulled lieddlng should bo raked back fata the gutter and replaced with clean bedding. No niduials other than cows j DAIRY WISDOM. Itegutarlty In milking U chsen- tlal to beat results. Dirty pnlls ure u common causo of sickness In hand raised calves. Incomplete milking tends to check tlio Mow and shorten tho milk ierlod. Curclessuess In tho selection of sires will quickly rulu u herd of good cows. Tho mun who will let n cow drop her calf while confined In a stanchion or tied lu tho row ot cows is unlit to own cows. will make the season ut the same time and place at IO. InHLiro A. Head Light Is a bay with white points, C years old, ID hands high, bus plenty of body and natural style ard action, lie is a great horso and HEAD LIGHT To Living Colt. a Rood breeder. lie was sired by iled Leaf 21391. record2:2Gl, Trial, 2:10, half 1:(JGJ, the Biro of Mary 2:28) and Ked Spite 2:291. He bv 0. K. Clay, record 2:18. Ills first dam was by Granby, record 2:19 he by l'rincepa. 2nd dam by Itlacks Hamiltonlan, 3rd dam by Ked Wilkes 1749. Also at the same time and place will stand our pony Shelbark Is by Dock Cray, and Imiiortcd Shetland and out of Coys Shetland Tony. Shelbark is 62 Incees high, beautifully msrk-e- d and Is n splendid Individual and can't bo' beat under saddle or harness Shelbatk will stand ut $10.(10 to insure a livinu colt. Wo will also at the same tune and place stand our bip, 0 veur old Jack, GREY TOVV 18.00 to Insure livinR horse mule and $10. to Insure living more mule. This Jack bus a noii broad bone heavy body and fine head and ears. He wussirnlby lllsck Joe, he by Kipr William. Jr., he by old Klni? William, he by Tom Sherlock. 1st dam by Vounj; Tom, 2nd dam by Stoncwull Jackson, 3rd dam by Mogul. Illack Joes 1st dum by Fellow, 2nd dam by Ilourhon Chief. 3rd dam by Illack Frank. Yotfnif Tom was sired by Oreiajo. Old Tom's 1st dsm by Jason Walker's Castillion, 2nd dum by Illack Hawk. Money due when m.iro is parted with, or bred to another horse or Jack. Lien retained on colt until cervlce feo Is paid. Curo taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. at Inj Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. $10.- - Insure a and Living Colt. $15. to Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 330 F 43 All Occasions. Prompt Attention or 83 All Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster.! shelbark. RAY Buckeye, Ky. AMON Phone 387-H- . The Central Record, Thursday May Robert Mitchell. 1 1, 1916 COMBINED STALLION. John S. Ouster SEASON OF 1010 & Son. Stop At The Bourbon Stntilc nt Fnlr Grounds. Ilobert Mitchell, .l'hono 450. Knight, 308O. & CARDS." aa jk a a --- - aArtAAsisiaiS A.SJBm Gait House When In Louisville. EUROPEAN PLAN. BUSTER MITCHELL. llnrroiUlmri!, Kentucky. flurgin Ex. John S. Ilustcr, I'hone 37-- Dr. Wm. Office D. Bourbon Knight 3080. Kourbon Knight 3080, chestnut stallion; blaze and four white feet. Sired by llourbon Chief No 1G04; he by Clark Chief No. 80, by Membrino Chief No.ll by Membrino1 Paymaster. 1st dam, Kslelle Gillespie No. 4M1 by Wilson King No. 219C. 2d dam by Joe Illnckburn. 3d dam by I'eter Halcorn No. 3212. llourbon Knight No. 30SO is n beautiful chestnut with white markings, stands 1S.3 fujl; will weigh 1,100, His manners nre perfect. Harness and saddle extreme finish am) style; action high, straight ami fast. In presenting this horse to the public we know that he Is no lottery for be siies extreme finish, and of the show horse type. Kourbon Knight has proven himself a great show hone in all company and breed, lie has proven that lie is worthy of bis ancestry. Ilrciders of saddle horses rarely have the opHirtunitr to breed to a stallion of such blood lines and as much class at the small fee of Veterinary and Dentist. at Ralney a Pryor, Surgeon Lancaster, Livery Stable. Kentucky GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service Meets Trains. and Low Price. Free Auto-Bu- s Turkish and Electric Bathes. Write for Reservations. i. Y. Morrow, Ormlttntc Optician (.l.ii.j Fitted. B.tufietlon (.u.rscteed J. GREENBERG, Manager. $25.00 To Insure a Living Foal. BLEUCHER 46158. Will make the season of IDIti at the Fair (irnunds, Harrodsburg, Ky. Money due at birth of colt or when mare is paricd with or bred to another horse. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any Hay Stallion 1G hands, star, left hind ankle white, fine style and action. oocur. will make the season of 1910 at my barn at Hackler, Kentucky, at HIGH PRBST0N 6846 He Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. 'McRoberts. M. Buster & Mitchell, Harrodsburg. 1916 $ 1 0. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. J. PATRICK, Dentist. to to o s c Ki'conl 2S3J. Trial 2:141. Half Brother to I.ula Watts (2) 2X71. Trotter. Ilrown Stallion, aliout 151 hands, foaled VJOf: Standard Registered Vol. 18. , Alfjou" kM. 1.17 J Hlti nim, clin nl I Hit ait 41 lu Ha.riflt- - I KfMjUtl.r rum Knwi wm niMwmmp, ncni iwu. iiriauiai HMf1 l:HH Mr. link Wilis as" Orrni linwl 3 ( lUiry (;lr 4. 3K. Mr( Hill, Hlk J W:. J.hiij !,. ijHvu.Hf. Vl. . Miraof l.iUmsalMi l'tr llMMk Issfll. Krosk U1r i JSWfc. Hi. Us. lleilarwk &iriH Rinmi lrrl Irnw.l mr ' S"l llf .N'ttf tttxyi Hll MM. IUm 3 ca il.tar m iltwi Mk tllW Yfk ( (JHrrn l lli. I .w. tsMli, rtHo laK, nr stmtlim ( Until (11 HH. W ti' Il.mnllliH 10a'. . Hllt.r Milk HI I MimilaR Ul fa.le Wllkr. IMlloMI Vk.I tl I . IliMik N. ric I 11 ..I J Mrllf 01 11.11 MI.Kr In Klklil I J.BHI CIT llnmktSIH. ltMI( ll, II. rr ( lT lirook ll.m nf Sllrnt Ml J1), n't i.oir ciar 1 W1.. KxMlnClar ID ti.M m I'rHr 3 .n't i luroH lrtf li. 7m, It III 1.10. etc. ml!,, tTi lr HIGH PKESrON G84G sired by Carroll Preston, 4383. he by Preston 922, by Washington 51. by fronwell 73, by Washington Denmnik. Carroll Preston's 1st dam llaby Pence 7019, by Enoch Arden, 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont of For The Season Forrest SfKt, 3rd dam Daughter of GarrarJ Chief 2203. 4th dam Gray Eagle. Lick, Kentucky. I olfer public service, the splendid individual and rovally bred joung corri- HIGH PItESTOM G84G 1st dam was Queen Eagle, she by King Eagle bined Saddle amt Harness Stallion by Knysl King 2555, ho by Ontime 745, he by Stomewall Jackson 72. 255C, he Itoyal King's 1st dam Mollio Mounts 2581, was by the noted sire Cabbells LexII. Casey, I). V. J!. ington. F. S. King Kaglo'H Ht dam Hip 3579, she by Kagle llird.heby Old King Eagle 750. 2nd dam lied Lion, 3rd dam Harris Denmark 45, 4th dam by Jim Hell. to a Living Colt. At the 'low fee of HIGH PKESTON G8IG 2nd dam Lruly Ilird. she li Eagle Uird 1011, 3rd Study his pedigree. Krister Prince fiC3fi will stand for mares at my barn dam Mollie Drennon she by Old Drennon. 4th dam Copper Iiottom and runs Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary back to old Davy Crockett 3236. -- Thoroughbred. in Lincoln County, on tho Hustonville end Danville I'ikc. College. Care taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any Also at the same time and place will occur. The Insurance is forfeited if mare is solI or traded 01 bred to another DANVILLE. KENTUCKY stand my fine Jack, horse. Ilret d your mares to this horse and get colts that will sell for the high dollar. Paint Easter Prince $15.00 6636 John Insure Veterinary Surgeon. S w,. nr The Best Blood of the Chiefs and Dcnmarks Blended. KASTKIt foaled 1913. C. C. Morgan (o Insure 4665 I'JIINCK C3CC. Ilrown colt, star. 2 hind feet white, 15.3 hands At $7.00 a Living Horse Cell J, A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Silent llronk 1U7, 2:10), sire nf lllllv Hurk 2:031. Meadow Brook 2:0fi. Lady Snawbay 2:071. Zarrine 2fl7. Hetty Ilrook 2:0111, Emma Brook 2:l,Jf. Beltbronk 2:10. Butter Brook 2:10X. Silent BrigadH (2) 2:10, MargarA Bathgate (I) 2:111, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (1) 2:071. etc. Ili dam. Jenny Clay, alio produced Koddie Clay 2SJ81, and was grandain of l'rue 2:21 g. Mokn 2 1157. aire nf Fe'eno 2:0." J (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Uremia York (8) (Futurity winner) (6) Native Helle (2) 2:071 (Futurity winner) (81 2.tW (champion Manrieo (3) 2.1771 (Futurity winSusie .V. (3) 2:fWl (Futurity winner.) Ootnoko 2:10. ner.) Silver Silk (J) MohW2:lO, MiKheiter 2:101, Momaiter 2:11. Siliko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc. Sired dam of The lUrvejter 2:01 (champion trotting atallion.) Vito (4) Martha Tipton (1) SKOl, O'.S'eil (3) 2:131. etr. llrollier to Uunipi 2:03, llaran I). 2:10, etc. record 2rJi. tnal mile 2:141. hnlf in lait quarter in llleucher He 32 if a handtomH aeal brown hom. kikI will weigh lltK) pounds. greatly renemlilei hit good 'ire Silent Ilrook nnd M out of Clayo, by the Rreat Futurity dire Moku. Foreign demand liaa exhautted the lupply and we may expect better nrlcea for our hornea In the future. Our advice to mare owners la to breed their mares and to breed them t ) stallion of merit and proven worth n sires, lileucli-e- r it ju.t the type to produce the colts that will aupply the demand. Ilia colts have proven fine, witli nice head and neck and plenty of bone and conformation, This creat trotting Stallion will make the season of 191C at my stable in 28. Kastcr Prince C3C(1 by Prince Itoe 4203. dam I)uches of Denmark 2510, dam of .Madison King 2979, champion of Texas. Prince Hoe 4295 by llourbon Princ 2141, dam Nellette Dare C7S7. Duchess of Denmark 2510 by Duke of Denmark 7.0, dam Helen 11. 373. llourbon Prince 2144 by llourbon Chief 970, dam Rose Scott 2822 by Dolan Denmnrk 408. N'eltettc Dare C7S7 by Chester Dare 10, dam daughter of King Denmark 445. Duke of Denmsrk 795 by Gen, Duke 1002, dam daughter of Fayette Denmark GO. Helen II. 373, by Abe Van Meter dam daughter of Waxy. and $3.00 for Mare Colt. 2y, Stewart Sandidge, Moreland, Ky enii, Artist Peavine. After a careful consideration, year-old Jack, with white pouits. 15 hands high, coming seven years old and has proven himself a good breeder. C Morgan by John Morgan. Jr., 37U5, was sired by John Morgan, he by is out ot an Imported Jen net. John Morgan, Jr., out of Jenret by Joe Blackburn, be by 3rd Prince, he by 2nd Prince, be by Imp Prince, 1st dam Daisy by Dixie, she by Irvin Dixie by Kickapoo, 2nd dam Mollie Gray by Lord Wellington, 3rd dam by Importer Dam lleecher Jennet. A lien retained on all colts for service. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Morgan is a black Ofllce Over National Hank. Residence I'hone 3. Office Photfe 27 P.ANCASTEK, KY. For All Kinds of ROUGH G. C. COX. Phone 229. LUMBER, see- - Manse.Ky 12 J. serve a F. Foley, Hackley, 5167, v"..": ,r. u..ia to a. m. ",,u'Uto47to9p. I havi finally consented to allow my four 2SS9 to H. K. Eenny and W. A. ODlce teler chestnut stallion, Artist Peavine by Kentucky Peavine Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Lancaster. Kentucky, at limited number of approved marcs at $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. I will KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN $15. To Insure a Living Colt. Stormei Biitldlugorei Hurt A Auder sou's urtmnre 6 tore. LANCASTEP., KENTUCKY; Iiy competent judges of combined horses, this horse is said to be one of the best individuals in Central Kentucky. Space will not allow a lengthy dis alio stand this beautiful Shet cussion of tfie merits of this excellent horse, but n careful perusal of his pedi land Stallion for the season of 191ft at gree will convince you, without a suggestion from me, that few horses in the my stable in I.anenster, Ky.. at State of Kentucky are his equal. This horse Is by Kentucky Peavine ibS'J. and nut of a mare, Artie Kose, $10. To Insure A Living Coll. Register No. 11S93, she by Kentucky's? Artist. The tntire pedigree on both I ii m prepared to take cure of mares sides (und be isToynlly linn!) is in my hands for inspection nnd will take great I.ien re- pleasure In showing you this horse and bis pedigree. on Kras at 10 cents a day. tained on colts for service fee. By Chester Peavine 3184, by Rex Peavine 1796; dam Flora Carter 8419 by Red Squirrel 53. Will make the season at my place one mile from Stanford on the Danville pike at $15.00 to insure. TREES I: Fruitand Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, will uuoi s Jti j. Nevin Carter. SEASON OF7 at Th? follotvinj; stock will make the season MeCrcary and six miles East of Lancaster. Rhubarb. Asparagus, ojc v iiicoi stanford.,Roses-Ph,ox'Peonie- Everything for Orchard. Lawn nnd Money due when mare is traded or parted with. afciitVnla lmt not responsible should any occur. Care taken to prevent 3ESra Two Miles. West of Lancaster on New Danville Pike. SimanLL 1916. Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts my stable, ono mile East of H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons, Lexington. 1841. W. B. BURTON, Phone 95. Lancaster, Ky. NABOTH, JR. Nal'Oth Jr., is u rich red bay. 0 years old and full 1G hands high, weighs 1225 pounds und is a horse of wonderful beauty, having u long, rangy neck and carrying a line tail. He is a perfect gaited horse with superb all round action and like all sons of old Naboth be has great natura speed in harness. As is generally known there Is a scarcity of good horses, and those suitable for tho Eastern market bring fancy prices. If the breeders would raise Number-one- " horses they must take the mares to the right kind of sires.' Naboth, Jr., beyond all doubt is a horse that will produce the type of horses that the market demands, and for which the public is willing to pay high prices. He .lias size, style, action, beauty and breeding. If like begets like you can get the right kind of horses by breeding to Naboth, Jr. You will note that this Stallion has the blood of Old Nouath.llam-bletonia- n 10. Old Messenger Chief, lied Wilkes, George Wilkes, Maiubrlno Chief. Pilot. Jr., ami Harry Clay. Sire Dorsey Gold DORSEY fffllfi DUST JR. Dust, 1 2052,dam ' Peavine 85. Will stand at $10. to insure a living colt I will also stand a Rood four year old Kentucky. 1916 REX McD. 6597 Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 16 hands high. lift limm.rk r i M0 ( MiVa Percheron Stallion, at $10.00 to insure a living colt. Orlsler livniasrk. by Kur ot Ik Wni 'Ed&NB The undersigned hereby give warn-- : ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful ' bat extent of t- - law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. p 3TED Price Mrs. Rebecca cn Uir lhtt drill KMI.7H aiw.. ...jP: I iulirel. V. It. Cook. II. O. Arnold. It.L. ElHn J. West. James G. Conn, a 55 itll dim It con be .rlif Ol.l star P.ti. ii Hm lis p. SMT MlMltni.e 1M. "ISlB ( ' tr Aarlwll l'euullltf I tiuluth Ohltftatu JM. Mar IT M u.a ItontkM by Drennon. to u family Pedigree. Naloth. Jr., by Naboth, 10'JIO 2:19. he by WaWiiiRhum, 218(3, sire of Latitude 2:19 and several others in the list. Wul.inlnun by George' Wilkes. Old Nalxitli'a first dam, Tinsel by Messenger Durock 100 ihiii of Hamble-IoniaSecond dam, Uesa slater to James Hnvvull, Jr., by llambletouiun. Third tlain, Jcsslo Saj re by Harry Clay 45. Fourth dam by LiUrty, son Lance, by American Kcl!wu. Naboth Jr., will.be kept during the season of 1910 nt my stable near llryantsvllle on the J, II, Dunn farm and will be permitted to serve mares at the very low price of of by the Mignt) that HiN horse LcIoiiks ohampioiH, Ilia slr. Itex MclloniiW neing inn worm a cniimpwii 01 giihiiihuii. was champion for eighteen On bin dam's side hu lratos to Montroso who yearn This heme lm the finest shoulders and withers that I have ever seen, place. splendid bone, short baek. Hi. neck, head and ears are in the right iiclion of any homo, that I have Ho also bus the best shoulder motion and hock ever had in my stable. You saddle. IllIX McD. is a show hore in lmrnos as well as under tho mares to this horse. Ho will can not make u mistake in breeding jour u'ood ei P. Bland. Long Bros J. II. and W. S. Weaver W. T. West. J. Booth Sutton. W. L Lawson and son. Howard King, Miss Carrie Boulden, J. II. Itigsby. J, C. Itigsby, John Richardson, A. C. Miles. J. B. Woods. Jno. M. Parra. J. II. Thompson, B. L. Kelly. David Steven. S. C. Itigsby. Frank Thompson. D. M. Anderson. J. II. Thompson. Davis Sutton Am and Ed Bourne. r Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar 'jerry Bland. Wo will add other names for 25 cent I I J. C. Morgan. J. cash. make the season At $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. 1 '$10.00 To At the Insure a Living Colt CHIEF NAPOLEON 5107 1""" """"" """" "" 111 irrlr r same tunc and place, I will stand my line Jack, will also stand my walking stallion, Ara You a Woman ? GAY BOYD, At $10. To Insure Living Colt In Ken-tuck- v CIjYDESDALK stnllion l'UINCK AL11KKT, one of tho best re season at mv barns at the low price of $10.00 to will also make the BEECHER H0RfiAN-S- 6. FOR 1I0RSB HOLE & $8. FOR HARE. to for mule mares and farm horses. to Living Colt. a living colt. This Is tho kind to breed extra good JACKS Ht I retain a lion on all colts until season money Is paid. Mares transferred At the same timo and place will also stand two All this stock will mako tho present season I am prepared to cure for stock from a distance at reasonable prices, but or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance, and must be paid at once. Care taken to $10.00 each to Imuro living colts. assumed for accidents or escapes of stock committed to my care prevent accidents, but nut resiionsible should any occur, Piione SGML near 1'alnt Lick. Ky. at my farm to no responsibility rates and every care taken Mares will bo kept on grass at reasonable accidents, but will not be rcspomiblo should any occur. at $8.00 to Insuru u livbig horse colt and $10.00 to Innum a Jiving mare colt, Napollon Jr., has proven a great breeder as all of his colts show for them selves. Also nt same time will stand my beautiful spotted pony, NAPOLEON, JR., $10. Insure Shelbark Jr., at i! Carii The Woman's Tonic FOB SALE AT AIL I prevent N. Phone-Pa- W. ROGERS. L. TEATER, BRYANTSVILLE. KY. WALKER BRADSHAW, Horses, Jacks and Jennets for sale at all times. int Lick Exchange. Paint Lick, Kentucky. I wish to thank my friends for their patronage In th continuance of same during this season. past and ask for a Mccreary, KENTUCKY. DKTS I 4, e o . The Central Record, Thursday May 11 I91t. $7.00 Per Barrel, fest patent. Highest Quality fi- ts Our Flour is Guaranteed to please you. We have it in Sacks or Barrels. HUDSO N, HUGH Dealers in High FARNAU. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Grade Field Seeds, Etc. REPORT OF THE CONDITION FARMER'S COLUMN I ! YOU'LL riND IT IN THIS COLUMN. News Of The Churcnes. I or th REX Bank; rvices will be held nt the Preibyt " ii church next Sunday niKht pace hetow iliu lie.eiiiftte for tTiu excluat 7:3d de u.e of oar farmer snliecrllwr.. eud is for ik General subject; Our tnu .le of itock. lAiii Kurt .uc!i thiufr on ; In the home; 2nd; Away' Hem p Iirenks made iind sold by W. Mother OK LANnTKK. u THE T to adrer-t'n- farm .. lh lemur crmiol from hum ; 3rd: Mother as a christian. So notice nitt ,e accepted over lonr F. Parks. I'aint Kick. ICj. Suitable .ours will be selected for Cloe of Business May i, lyitt. and wll! beoli'r mi '.o l.u.e of the line. This splendid walking stallion will l!ooms for rent to desirable parties. the occ ii jr icriHti. free of dimse ltkOt lU'KS l at reasonable price if rented at once. J.TW.T'Jl Jtfo.T. iA make the season of 191G at my place Luu itt UUiiuuuu White LvniJ and Hiidy Mixed House . Uina Mc.Whorter, UTerarmn. teeurnti paint at Stormes. JU at Nina, Kentucky, at t 4.27-3Paint Lick. Ky. WHY YOU WILL HAVE TO ruiecuTtf'l depoultnl to eurt cirlf. h Hond tow tu MUOo culation tprir Vftliit W. E. Moss has six fresh Jersey cows 8uicrlpilm tu tiock ol rViiVr. Handsome brass bed and Quartered for sale. All good ones. Umerve Hank f.Wo i" PAY MORE FOR PRINTING LvttJ aniuuiit Oak washstand and dresser for sale $10.00 TO INSURE. 3.0 vo FOR SALE A nice Duroc boar. cheap. Mrs. John Mount. (Value of ;,nu oo McCormick. 11FD 2. Miller From present indications there is go-- 1 4t'?nt"fV,Vn, mZTi Rex Garrard is a rich rctl sonel 8 M Will buy all kinds of Junk, Rags. ing to uu ii paper lamine In this coun , White Enamel's and Varnish Stains ur uie past (our month try. w there; .wvtiu lu years old, by Old Rex IVavine dam by Ledgers and Magazines; otk, rhicu Bookpaper, at Stormes. f I. ...J.- me also metals and rubber. iTm ieuv auvance i'i .1 price vr,lid nt. Luul r..er.e hound hogs J. I). House nought paper nd as wo write these lines it'; tlnoiherr.erieUle.Jo.ui e W.CO 77 Tom Covington. He is 10 hand, high, H. B. Nnrthcott. of V... . Net amt line from iMiuk.Aiiil iMiukof Author Beazlty for $140.50. is still hOLring. A commodity even so ,r, , other thm Inclnd.il In loorin good conformation ami his colts are all ' Just received car of Cook Jellico indirectly related to the SfSr,?Sin0ii"Vi"sVnf! nk'B" i vt u Errs For Hatching. Mrs Fred Conn. block coal. This is the best cooking war paper is showing demands natural walkers. Walking homes are the prevailing Fructlounl eurrruer. nickel, aj Route 1, has .some pure Brown Leghorn coal for summer use; also car of Straight tendencies to such a degree as seriously j"wIi5fS!Eer.N.ilonl B 2"." I.WU 10 .. eggs for sale. 15 for 50 cents. 100 for always in demani and are bringing and toembarass Creek round. Best Kanawha salt publishers. The higher J'oin nrt reniric.ie .. J3 DO, 200 for $5.00. II. B. Northcott. price of paper stock and the difficulty ' Krrtempiiou funt with V. k. Trr..- lime. gcod prices. t. Durable Outside and Inside Varnishes of obtaining it at all in England was a urer ua ane irom u.n. iiva.urvr Total at Stprmes. chief factor in the discontinuance in STOLEN:-Fromy farm near l.I.UilI.ITIKi. March of the London Daily Standard, c.pu.i .tod about ten days ago, two cattle tu.. ivi.oooc Marred Plymouth Rock eggs, 40cts. Huri.lu. land bo.&u on weight 1000 pounds each. Will give after a career of sixty years,for a con- t'lullTlded profit.. .. per setting. 6.4ra ' TTh tl $25. for recovery of cattle or informa siderable portion of which it was the Kewrrved for Tie....., l'hcne.395-- J Ray. Thomas NINA. KENTUCKY. tion and $50. for conviction of thieve?. most important organ of the middle l.e.i current rxpelLe., in For jiale. classes in England. In America the l.re.l nod t.lr. I'. Id I2.1U IS .oit :i D. F. Rankin. SO l.lt l.l ont.tandlnr. demand for paper has been increasing Clrniliitlnr Note, h.uk.r. (other Iu lu Uoki ud Silver Laced Wyandotte eggs at COe Wanted. 91 for six months a9 a result of general tb.n luelodtd In Ivor sll per setting. Delivered at Lancaster. Indlvlrlu.lilerKl.lt. .abject At the same time, to check IS.'JT 14 5000 bushels of Cultivated Hemp business activity. No. C053. J. 11. Lawton. Stanford R, 4. I On Certified Check. Seed for fall delivery. Phone Glass & supplies used In its manufacture have Phone 31011, Lancaster txfhange. I Rowland Peavine-chestn- ut 17. Kw.itidto stallion; H.il.;Lu!. been decreased by war conditions, and Glass, Camp Nelson, Kv. star and snip, foaled May Mth. li)12. Cultivated hemp retd for sale or let in some cases have almost been shut off. V: . . i . i . 1 ..V. , . 1 . . m . I io.3l( ndts Sired by Rex Peavlne 1796. hy Rex out on shares. The supply of old rags is affected by u. Residence and Shop For Sale. I McDonald 833, by Rex Denmark W0. t Geo. TBrown, R. F. D. 3, . iit.TJt oo 11.30 the cutting off of the importations knmiBir,t..,. Owing to tny health will sell worth ,stdam' Il"rbo,.i,te923T (full sister from the European peasantry and by Strayed to my place about April 2ist the money my residence and shop with the demand .. ro.t w? to Bourbon's Best) by Bourbon Chief for the msking of a steer, weighing about 450 pounds, ore and half acres. of land In Buena Total, ? by Harrison Chief 160C, by Clark The chemicals ued in bleachOwner can have same by proving prop- Vista. Shop has established trade ot : I Chief 89. ing the reaper produced by sulphuric STAtior XiMTCCKT.Coi'sTvoriiissiBD, 1. rr. erty and paving for this notice and his 28 years.. Call or write Cliler of the lwa tismed i opl uam. juuy Oliver il'r. ny Kwl acid and alum are being devoured by R. M Moss, keeping. J. E. Scott, Buena Vista. tiie manufacturers of explosives, b.nk.do.leranlr .we.rih.tth. .I.r. tute t Cloud 2137, Indntn Chief 171H mem ! true to the l.tnf mjr kumilrdie ud leilei, ii. r. laiamti. i.n.niei Bryantaville. Ky. 3rd dam, by Wilion's King 21D7. Strayed from my home in this city, while importations of jutu have fallen KureTliit Mud .worn to befcrs me till Mil, 4th dam, daughter of Sims' Clark FOR SALE Good alround horse, Sunday night, a black horse with leath off until the price is doubled. An em A. C. Ienur. Noury lnbtlc. Chief 2575. rides, drives and works Veil. bargo ha been placed on shipment of V,.'!;;?!', f;x"" """""r er halter. Last seen on Lexington Rowland I'euvine is a beautiful chest G. P. Terrill. Lancaster, Ky. pike. Information appreciated. wood pulp from Norway and Sweden, II. r. llrii.GX. Director. nut with star ami snip. Stands 15 3. l I.. Wai urti. white Canada Flopped access to her Ur. W. M. Elliott. C. A. Akoi.u. Poland nice Fort weighs 1,050; four year old. As you will ' vast resources some time ago. The All subject to China gilt and boars. see from the breeding, he has the bloo-newspaper publisher is, indeed, hard register. of the best show horses of Kentucky SHOE REPAIRING. hit by war conditions in inanv other Mark Gains. Markshary, Ky. and is one himself. You should see 1 have opened u shoe repairing shop items of supplie besidea the basic one REPORT OF THE CONDITION this horse before booking your ninre. sorrel over J. T, Riiney s Livery stable. of paper stock. Practically everything For Sauk: On or TH Breeders of saddle horses rarely ever going into the manufacture of u news-pony, well broke; also one yearling Your patronage is solicited. . have the opKirtunity to breed to a horse r. . ' i linger iuua iiiicieHseu iin price irom iu pony. Will sell cheap. Alfred E. Hood. as fashionably bred at the small fee of 50 per centi inks, owing to the Miss Anna Belle Burnsidv. BANK. vance in the cost of acids and $15.00 To Insure a Liting Colt. FOR SALE Straied from my place on Drake's from 300 to 3,000 per cent; type, owing He will make the teason of 1916 at ' Creek last Sunday, a black maro mule. ltKI. Xl 11) acres of land near Hvattsville to tb hirher coal of leml. tin nmi the stable just back ot A. T. Nunnel-ley'- s K Y AT OK LAMMMTKH), Any information will be appreciated or station on Kirksville pike. G room house antimony even tha rubber and felt house on Lancaster street, rewarded. blanket!i wrapped around the press and May 1 1916 Money due at birth of colt or when G. II. Hammond. 3t. rolleis add their uuntn to the increased Fannie B. Russel, mare is parted with or bml to other For Sale Some nice, young red ItKMU'KCKh. R. P. I). No. 1 Lancaster. Ky. stock. en "v ii;mt. 'Mice it;., UMiuuddicoiiiit. cows, fresh and good milkers. ' Grass at 10 cents per day. Oitrdtalu. .veund t. , Anxious to De Doing. sow and pigs, t J. W. Elmore. Lu.veured Young Olrl "Yea, I feel an Intcnso l ri. HoudiIeio.Itert to ecure cirFOR SALE. vumo ce culation M''r valuei .... swii i 'onuine to do something for others." other tlmii I' rt tmuil. 3,000 acres of fine Alfalfa land on Friend "Just whom rto you mean by tuot lucludlbK .lock.) owneil iiuHUNTERS TARE NOTICE. plt.lKi.l pike in good stction of Mississippi. utticrs!" "Well, I suppose almost any- !iub.crlitiou lu .t(H'k ut KHU't isroH -. KENTUCKY. STANFORD. Ke.rrve lUnk II.MJU ' This Agreement Witnesseth; That 5,000 acres of Alfalfa and grazing lands body outside of my Immediate family." Mlnoiiul Ir.i I.lfo. in order to protect the game on our in Alabama near Q. &. C. K. It. Write 5I0W unpuM IJ.1IOI! t.'.CWtO 4M0I 0 Value of ll.nk.llif luu.u.I.U0lu J lands for a period of three years we for description and prices. S1 1.140 tM Fitrflitureiiiiil flxture. J, E. Iligginbotliam, HinoHiit (luelrcm Kl'derHl Ke.Net tind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor s.lnoio' What It Means, ... ... wrre Hunk West Point, Mies permit anybody else to do so. and we from u..io vtl rt-nTha "obey" clause In the marriage Nt t mm dunNew York t'lile.RO mid iclit. Ill further agree to prosecute with dili- ' ceremony merely means that when thu i I M l.oul. unproved gence all persons who violate the game DO YOU KNOW due bill husband tukca a .twenty-dolla- r , 1 ... i.; ill ,.,, .....,i lib out Net mm due from lmukimiil huukirr ti.iiiotherr..rieliI-.ll.iSaajj-eaaSjflflpkt- . laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our Ul Ilia ;jovvc:fc mm vvuuu.iiu. t,i ntta Net Him frm Your old carpets and cast oil clothing to take It. shv must Immediately com(oilier than locliided lu in or hi lands for the purpose of hunting. Ai.u ( on bank. Ill the ..me city make beautiful Hugs utid that I will ply anil Mio dooB. v.n further agree tu act us Deputy ur town a. reportlus bank sell you at half price a combination Kraatioual currency nickel Game Wardens for the purpose of earIS II and cent irnd Sweeper to keep I N'ote.of other Katloual Halm. ning out this agreement. Except each Vacuum Cleaner laV!B, M ill Colli end certificate. your rugs clean. of us have the right to kill rabbits on s.hww note. I Fannie Bishop. mo. Redemption Puiid xilh V. rl our .arms or permit It to be done by aud due from V. b. Tree. another under our suiwrvifion, or the Total DON'T KEEP HENS. supervision of some responsible and. reliable pernor! selec'ed by us. " UABIUTIKS. Keep You. Make Your Hcos This November 15th, 1915, Capital .lock paid lu SK.VUU W Biirplu.fuud R 1. Elkin, LEGE. Robinson, J. SINGLE COMB BROWN IIS.IkM IJ llUdlvldeit urodl.. . Ke.erved for 1axea. I l.gis VI JiK M. Farra, W. H. Brown. HORNS hatched beforo September 1st 111 in it W. II. Burton, Alex Walker, will lay next winter, (If they are pulLea. current eipeu.ea, la Should bs Engraved or ulBck J,eki wilh wl,,tB Points, 152 13 ia M' 1.1V1 M tere.t aud taiea paid Ilaselden Bros , T. A. Elkln. lets). When do you want those eggs? '.v.ouii uu hauls high, lino breeder and great inCLrculallns Note, but.talidlus Embossed oowadays. F. M. Tinder, Terms easy. CASH. l. H Daltoii, Net aruotjiit due toappntv dividual. A Jack of line bone and ac- ed re.erte ae.eut. lu othLogan Hubble, John II. Smith, Erie C. Farra, Box 272, II.TW tion. Will stand at $10. to insure ....ll.'uN 19 er re.ertecltle. It reflect good taste and .1. N. Ross, Iiuu to bank. 4id b.iukera Ir.lliir. G. At. DeUioii. Lancaster, Ky. 64 or living colt. than lueludeit lu 'iJoriwl F'sher Herring, II. II. Cox, once creates a favorable .at tlidltidilal depoalla aiUJrrl 111)1.771 oh Will also at same time and place tocbeck. Hughes Bros, J. W, Sweeney, CORTRIGHT TIN SHINGLES. impression. stand a PEAVINE HORSE at $10. to Withers Bros, W. M. Mahan, Total a living colt. William, Marcus and Jim wnite. Tha best aud only real good shingle Suppose you come and see SlAlior Ki!illcv,ColiirorOAr.Aiiij.i: insure will stand at W. P. Dishon' II F. Wllrmit, All I, H. O Dishnv, Ca.hler of the abort J. 1). Pope, on the market today. I have the exthe many beautiful samples named bank, do solemnly a wear that the above farm on the Crab Orchard pike G miles Mrs. David .Chenault. clusive agency for this shingle In GarJ'n il J. Colin, statement la true lathe be.lof my kuowledge H.C. Ut.isv. aud belief, froir Lancaster, Kentucky. Mares W. R. Cook. rard county and can put them on J. V. El mure, we have and get our prices. Ca.hler. T. Cr Rankin, Huffman Bros, ru before at a reasonable price. If you are Subscribed aud 'ii K. Champ. uie thla Hb grilled at ti- - per month. Care taken I H lr W. day ol May I91S, Win. G. Anderson. Iti need of any roofing or building of to prevent accidents, but not respon twin Cotton, Notary Public. IMW0. MyComrolitloueiplreaJan T. M. Arnold. Jr. sible should any occur W. B. Moss any kind, give me a call. ' CoaalcT-Atl- e.il K, E. Henry, C. S. Roop, , Jno. M. White. Aitx II. Itsaav, Olreeiora, Carpenter and Contracted Bright Herring, A. D liradshaw, For s J anil shrubs. Mrs. Chaires Walters. Union Citizens National KV-A- 1 GARRARD afTo-- Cholera, Gapes, Llmberneck, Roup, Canker, trnan uoon Uiarrhoea and all Diseases 01 poultry iru craa. u far Am J R iiuiicuz I'uuur liuiaira 4-11- -44 cures "Oh Axwt aJT! 4. II 44 4u a aad rcWn. tk cKic kiaM.ally. tli.LSU.I cfclr Ul. Ike Mj. uA GoiriaUtd by J. BtbL Cramt, Barittswo, Ky. OLO 1ST U11CiM.rMWmi:...uni ..a ti Hwm wh1 JOt r Frkt lUwl diw. UM USltl a anM U iMMd. it si I DrafJItts. C4i C. C. & J. E.Slonnef EtUikliiK-itoiit- 1,1 BOURBON nOG CHOLERA REMEDY tt tAfttroti Mjsrt hog (sort nt now w" . .1 .rn,l CHOLERA. WORMS. COUGH. THUMPS. di rfrmi. to fatten quwkly. rrsniiaWfl 5 sriviftsT A ft rrrTrnt And Currf - l)mt h n?r hf cholrrs, Cer onlr ourmeuh lor md hog. until lVSv htm t hi t teck. Dnri At All DfugiUtu aati Vttp ttrm frr from wormt and notinon srHEDT com tan y. Uiiim, ! th Isowtlk sal dictation Urn ii tn th Ut4 iOl drink nil tour i. Sold in Lancaster, Ky., by J. R. MoanCSon & Co. Mar-cellu- s, r't .... JOE WHEELER. . ROWLAND PEAVINE The . . S i Behind the Brush Prefers Mound City Horse Shoe Paint Man 1 mrlx$?m:lSZ. . . 4.13-2m- MS SALF.:-Twe- r.ty I ld A good pnintrr can usually tell good paint, and that is why almost every painter who has ever tried Horse Shoe Brand Paint never goes back to any other kind. Covers more surface. Prolongs 1 . SNiVnONlU TkteofBMss, , . the life of n builriini!. - J. C. Bailey, -- Produces a more attrnctivc finish. Costs lenst in the end. Have your painter use Horse Shoe Pulnt on your lioUie. It will be the liest job you ever had. SEE US AND WE WILE TELE YOU WHY UU . -I lk 2? ITS ! . i.r . i In I'A.MIl.Y litc-k- . to supply small nccdi in uarler. hnlf and one pints. Its ' Just a Little" Henutl-- f til Econimical Paint suitable for' chairs benches, flower tubs, screens ami tables. lAINT Virtsnswkia . I HasiilrB Treat-ure- r mm Porch and Step Paint, made for cleanliness and less work. Put a CRKOLITE-t- he perfect Personal Stationery Inside lloor finish. while yon sleep. It dries 4 "Little Sunshine . Buck Varnon. your home." Try it on Floors snd Kurniture Stain ARTS AND CRAFT. AJliasion Wood Finiih. Pro- duces a soft rich etfect. May l3 waxed or varnished. DARN AND ROOF PAINT. in Red and tjrsen. The real of a good looking bfn is in the use of a good Graphite Roof Paint. cr proof. Kir proof. One gallon covers 700 square feet HATH ROOM ENAMEL. porcelain finish for bath tub. bath room walls 4 A' beautiful and refrieerators. VELV ATONE FLAT; Finish for Interior decora-secrtlen of walls. Dries perfectly flat with a velvet like finish. 10 tints, washable, sanitary. . I'aint. nm inj-se- lf Central Record. W.M. KLLIOTT. H. R. L. Barky. 4.30-3m- Caxlenivllle, Ky. 0. COCHVUN I W. P. Dishon. Stormes Drug Store. ,ljj'