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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 18, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916051801_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 18, 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: I'UHE RETiiaiOh, UNIARNIHIIED DEMOCRACY AND 0001) GOVERNMENT TWENTY SEVENTH TEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 18. 1916. Hand Us That $. REAL ESTATE TO REMOVE STREET OIL NUMBER 7. itii B A I im Wiii iafif f I tf J M na Bl h h MsV 'a aa au v n Riicrcrv we m j J and of course will want one to give sati&fac- tlon. Look at our I have a preparation that will remove Anyone Interested In buying n fkrm or a plece.of real estate should rend the readily, tho street oil from your cars or Haute (or rent, for rest of this year, advertisement of Hughe's & Swine floors. Call mo nt Roman's carriage broad which appears In this Issue of hop. Ssm It. Jennings. desirable location. Phone 43. the Record Thy are offering some Ladles of the llnjitltt church will choice blue gross farm for sale and nerve n Strawberry tupper on the will be glad to answer any inquiries School campus, Snturday, Mny 20th. about same, either In person or by I.lmo and Portland Cement nt ' II. II. Horthcott'a. I Screen Doors E , ftiJ 1 SUNDAYlcioiT" The following GUSTENSLAGER and Whlppoorwill Cow Peas Uecleaned and Soy (loans, millet and cane seed. Hudson, IIURlii'Safnl Karnau. Lincoln I'rrle Silage Corn yields onor mouily in corn and silage. $5 per bu. Hudson, Hughes and Parnau. letter. BIG CATTLE DEAL ATTENDANCE attended Sunday and Windows . POST a jjj BUGGY m fc before buying. They look well and last well, We have a complete line of Harness and Iloth general and local anesthetics ad mleiatercd. Dr. M. S. Hatfiield, Dentist phone B. Office over Oarrnrd Hank. Lancaster, Ky 618-4t.p- prices are right. We carry a complete line of Paints, Oils and Varnishes. Your business appreciated. y A. L. Gates, of Danville, will preach Mt. Hebron church next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock end at 2:30 in the afternoon. Everybody cordially Invited at the I f i Si S Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. XKLi rnil tsjiliJ tsrfa-Jg- f rnViwlriiyt3BiJBrryj'fJJaigeij I Picnic Season Is On You will find these sultalile articles 3r 1 at I ill I I CURREY'S Heins bulk and bottle pickles of Stones Wrapped all kinds, I 1 1 'Mother's Day" at Sunday schools and churches was appropriately obser p. ved hero Sunday, all he churches ar la runtime siieclal programs and music EDITORS SUMMER MEETING and paid a fitting tribute to Mother, Tho Kentucky Press Association will There will be preaching at the Syca meet In Ashland the week of July 10th. It. L. Elkln urns in Louisville Saturday more church next Sunday afternoon, At which time a regular Sunday rchool attending a meeting of the Executive Everybody invited Committee at which time the above will He organized. fE and urged to attend. Time, 3 o'clock. dates were selected. A program committee composed of These be the days when the soul of U. F. Forgcy, Col. Woodson May and the school boy and the city nttice It, L. Elkin. was appointed and they worker alike are tried. Tantalizing will meet in Lexington on May 25th at eather and all nature responding to which time the work will be completed. the soft, warm touch of the early sum Ashland is promising everyone a good mer sun, beckon them both out from time and the "boys" are looking for their dreary prisons of wood and atone ward to the meeting with happy antic!' Spring fever now gels in its dead pations. liest work. morning as far na reported.' Chriatain 2G3; Methodist CO; One of the largest cattle deals made Ilaptist 115; Manse 75; Presbyterian In this county recently was made last 75; Fairview 07. week when J. I). Huble of lower Garrard sold to Monte Fox, of Danville, LANCASTER BEATS one hundred and fifty-seve- n head of slop cattle, to be delivered June 2nd., HYATTSVILLE. Mr. Ituble at $8 IS a hundred pounds. By a score of 11 to 2 the Lancaster tells us that this is one of the best bunches he has ever handled and that Junior ball team beat the Junior team the price is fifteen cents higher on the at Hyattsville last Saturday afternoon, . pound than any he ever told before. CI aome 01 me leatures or the game was The entile nre well fatted and will a two base hit by Frisbie, a three bag. weigh about 1100 pounds, and at the ger by San ford and a home run by CIny price given above will bring a total of Miller. The battery for the home team was Kinnaird and Grant. 11,000. jnooi inn rununy 1 I REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES I I IS j AND ICE CREAM FREEZERS. I fnj ' I i CALL FOR MASS CONVENTION. To the Democrats of Garrard County; In obedience to the call of the Ken Lawn Hose and Lawn Mowers. We are making special prices on these goods for the next ten days. 4 1 tucky State Democratic Executive Committee, I hereby call you to meet in mass convention at the court house in Lancaster Saturday. May 20th, at 2 P. M. to elect delegates and alternates to the State Convention to be held in Lexington. Ky., on May 21th 101C, to select delegates and alternates to the National Democratic Convention to he held in St Louis, Mo., June 14th 191C. 0 Haselden Lancaster. - Bros., . Wholesale and Retail Hardware. J. I. Hamilton, Chairman. MILITARY IN- Kentucky box Crackers and Cakes, Olives, Olive Salad, Peanut Butter, Date Nut Butter, Sliced Ham, Minced Ham, Deviled Ham, Balk Sliced Beef, Sardines. Cakes - "Brother" Turley entertained a num ber of his friends royally at his "shack" near Itichmond last Friday. Those who accepted the hospitality of this genial host were: S. L. Gibbs, Woods Walker; (!) Robert J. Wa'ker. W. G. Gooch. W. II. Denny, James Ilurnslde, Hobert (!) Uruce and Walter Walker. UNION SERVICES The usual Union Services will be eld at the Methodist church next Sun day evening. ARMY MULES A GOOD TIME TO ADVERTISE MILLERSBURG The hackneyed old phrase, "Now Is the time to advertise," has special pertinence just now. It Is in times of prosperity that money is made. As the result of big crops, demand for war munition, etc., the country has reached a high stage of prosperity. There is plenty of money In circula tion and people are in a mood to buy liberally. In such times as these advertising pays more generously than ever. The people are hopeful and confident, dis posed to anticipate their wants, to buy the best qualities, and to purchase things they would not hava felt they could afford a year ago. Merchants ought to be able to dou ble their trade under these conditions. Out they can't get it by waiting for it. They must attract more attention, take a little more newspaper space describe their good x li iwim fully. A great Lu 'pent in the next deal of mru v six montl II o iii li i.l it with those dealers, vt ceil .. ihe most publicity. STITUTE COMMENCEMENT The Senior class of M. M. I. has sent out handsome invitations for their ex ercises which take place May 21th. DEEDG I I (!) received twice weekly. JITNEY BUNSReceived 1 There are thirteen graduates this year. among them Joe Harris West, of this place, who has made a creditable record at this splendid Institution of learning and training. KENTUCKIAN 311 SEE E 0 Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday L 6F I I afternoons. Theo Currey. ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at f I 1 I EkVIORE 8c HOPPER WHO AIDED IN ,For Insurance on all classes of property. Also growers of Hemp . &. WANTED. 1C FIGHTING TYPHUS RETURNS. Dr. Albert F. Cornelius, of Berea. Ky., who, as a member of the Aneri- can Sanitary Commission, volunteered his services to fight the dreaded typhus scourge in Serbia, 'sailing from New York last May and who has had many trying experiences in the war zone, has returned to his Kentucky home. He not only aided in stamping out typhus in berbia, but with other physicians from this country did much to improve sanitary conditions In the army camps nnd to care for the wounded as they came from the battlefields. He also served on an English hospital corps. i Tobacco I I will buy mules 14 to and 6 to 10 years old. W. hands high Lnnenstpr. KpntnnW n. Burton. 3i I 111 Wfi iri W nrJl CHATAUQUA MEETING There will be a meeting of the guar antors of the Itedpath Chautauqua this (Thursday) evening at seven o clock at Josephs' store. This Is a very impor tant meeting and it is Important that all guarantors be present. HOME TALENT PLAY On Saturday evening, May lit), at 8 m. n home talent play, entitled. "Valley Farm" will be given at the GosLen church for the benefit of the church. All are cordially invited to attend. Admission 25 cents. fXZ ItA XX HOUSEFLY NESTS IN m iiL.m d m IIUL8 1U Llii KILL HIM The housefly Is a foul and dangerous llttlo pest. Tho femalo lays her eggs In mnuuro. In human excrement or In the flesh of dead and rotting nnlmals, novor auywhero clso. The eggs hatch Into maggots and tho maggots feed on tho filth until they sprout wins and beconio files. The flies swarm Into our homes, bringing with them the gtrms of many diseases especially typhoid, consumption and dysentery which they deposit on our food. Many of our homes were saddened last year by death resulting from dis eases spread by flics. Therefore tho housefly Is our deadly enemy and wo ought to kill blm off as far as possible beforo warm weather comes. To do this effectually will require tho wholo community. of the Cleanliness, generally speaking. Is the fly's greatest enemy, but If one man cleans up his place removing all barnyard filth, keeping garbago cans covered, etc. and his neighbors on either side do not follow suit, tho ono man )v, not bo Protected from flics I 1 BEAUTY AND ATTRACTIVENESS OF OUR Mid-Summ- er g . THE REGISTER" OF THE for a nice.Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks 5 DC G HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF KENTUCKY The May number of "The Register", of the State Historical Society of Ken tucky, lias come to our desk replete with valuable information and Interesting tucts as it always it. This magazine Is now sought in exchange or purchase thruout the United States and Europe. Every library should have this magazine for its shelves. Kentuckians every where should assist Mrs. Jennie C. Mor ton, the editor, in the grout work she is doing in preserving Kentucky's his tory, traditions and relics. We congratulate Mrs. Morton on the May number containing the blouruphi- cul sketch of Major Henry T. Stanton, poet laureate of Kentucky, witli some of his bes'. poems, "The Census ot Woodford County Ky, of 1810", asketch of the life und times of General lien Lo'un and other interesting data. Every one interested in Kentucky nnd Kentucky's history should subscribe for this magazine. Two Houtshold Hints. When washing. If the Mopper In ect tubs keep loosciiiiig ami letting thu wilier down the pipe, try putting a thin pleco of cotton cloth dowu, completely covering the hole; then liiM-r- t stopper, pressing down firmly. Vou will have no more trouble losing ull your hot, soapy water. When putting out rope portieres to air on tho line ruu a string through the loops as you rcmovo from tho pole; then tlo tho two ends together. When putting back ou tho polo undo them, and they will slip back ou the polo easily Instead of being tangled. Hats Come and Inspect Them DE LOSES HOME BY FJRE Last Sunday afternoon the home of Mr. James Hamilton, Jr. at Hamilton Valley, was burned, with no insurance. Mr. and Mrs, Hamilton had just left the house for n little wulk out on the farm and were unable to save any of the household eHecU, the loss being a total one. CONGRATULATIONS, Will Appeal to You. I MRS RFI.fi ARNOLD FRANCIS I Save Yoi and onoy JOHN! SAVE YOUS TOBACCO BY USING THE 5! Washington note. His numerous friends in Garrard will be glad to read this from "Rich's" B emi PLANTER Tobacco will mature three weeks earlier and plants will grow off at once. 4-- "Mr. John L. Anderson, formerly of Lancaster, Kentucky, Im just received a handsome promotion in the Treasury Department, This Is thu second promotion he has hud in the past few months. He is one of tho most expert men in that branch of thu government. He was endorsed by Senator Ollle M. I James. Mr. Anderson is n graduate of Centre College, having been a member' of the class of, 1830. He married one of Lancaster s beautiful ddutcn. Miss Carrie Currey. who, by tho way. is n sister of Mrs. Fisher D. Gaines of His many friends in Central Kentucky, will be pleased to read of his rapid advancement In Washington. ' J ' METAL SHINGLES have solvedour roof problem. We are throufUi with leaks em repairs and ournousejs jmprovea in sppecironce. J f,im on wor t ft uho, ELKIN NAMED BY COHEN It. 1 4. Elkin, of Lancaster, will sue ceed Guthrie Wilson, of llardstown, ns SOLD BY C W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. i superintendent of the Department of Horses at the State Fair this year. Private business reasons caused Mr. Wilson to decide to retire. Commissioner of Agriculture Mat S. Cohen said Mr. Elkin was Induced to accept the position because he has had experience of the same sort in managing the Garrard County Fair, and Is known and highly respected by all the exhibitors in Unit department Courier Journal. This honor came as a surprise, wholly unsought and unthought of and is there While fore all tho more appreciated. the remuneration Is not great the res. nonslbllltv la and we hon our services i may prove a credit to ourselves and a satisfaction to the .ommlss.oner. and the exhibitor. - that our ,ocal authorities or g0mo 0( our active citizens call a ing and make plans nt onco to start tho campaign for fly extermination. I At us enlist tho aid of ths health officers, the physicians, tho merchants, tho lawyers, the mechaulcs, tho women and tho boys and girls. It will bo necessary to liavo a number of committees to look after tho many angles of tho work and see that proper preventive measures are taken to remove the opportunities for fllos to lay eggs and hatch them. Swatting tho fly Is Ineffective you only kill ono fly at a swat. Hut If you begin rurller by spraying manure piles and tho contents of outhouse vaults with kerosene or with chloride of lime, so that fly eggs will not hatch in these masses, you prevent tho birth of millions of flics. 8UKse8tC(, flies Is a Job for the and It U a bis on. Ills W Y THE STORMPROOF ROOF. For Snlo by kocnl Contractors or Cortiiclit Metal Roofing Co. Philadelphia. Pa. 50 North 23rd Street. 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. TIMK and MONEY are your two most valuable assets. Why not conserve both of them by immediately opening a check count at this bank. It will cost you nothing. ' Thu KtAfft linnril nf rtnflltK glad to send us all kinds of tlon helpful in carrying on a If our local doctors liavo none will Kn Informa fly war, on hand, After the campaign organization Is formed, about the first thing to do Is ' B.ct In the hands of our people. Who will make the first move to ,tart tn catopaIcnT wWe Information and put It Oyster Stuffing. This Is for turkoy or goose. Take ono pint of oysters, melt onenjuartcr cupful ot butter and mix with one and cupfuls ot cracker crumbs, two tcaspoonfuls ot lemon Juice, ono tablespoonful ot chopped parsley and season with salt and pepper, ltoll each oysfer la tho buttered crutabs, and then fill the turkey or goose. Tho oysters may be chopped up coarsely and mixed with the crumbs It desired. For a large fowl It will bo necessary to Increase the proportions of this recipe to obtain a sufficient amount of one-ha- ac- e Citizens National ' r OF LANCASTER, KY. HUDSON, President. J. J. WALKER. Vice l'rest. D. P. Joe J. Walker, Jr., W. O. I'.ignky. Ass't Cash'r r. Bank I W mil tin stuffing. , The Central Record, Thursday May 18 19 1 b. Special Mail Order Department. To patrons who cannot make a personal visit to tlic store, we urge you to take advantage of our mall onler department, ordering anything listed in this circular with full confidence. Merchandise will be sent yot by parcel post or express prepaid the same day the order Enclose check or post office money order, and your purchase price will be promptly refunded for any article not satisfactory. This sale will demonstrate to you what a powerful institution this great is received. TlMlJB PUSHIN BROTHERS, Department DANVILLE, KY. lot in checks, coats for women and stripes, plain white and high color effects, belted or plain JM Q vpT".i7J model, that sold up to $10.00. Anniversary price Extra Special,Womens$10. Coats Anniversary Price $4.95 In this is about 50 misses, plaids, SILK DRESSES REDUCED. Store. store is. Begins Thursday, May 18th and Continues Two Weeks Entire stock of New Spring and Summer dependable merchandise will be placed on sale for the next two weeks at most unusal reductions. Twenty-fiv- e m mm dozen women's gingham Our entire ttock of women and mimes newest dresses, of chiffon, tnfTcta, silk f allien. taffeta and georgette comlilnatiana. In plain color and stripes, in an almoit endless variety of styles ami modctl, that formerly aold nt $15.00, $ 19. GO, $25.00 and $3.'.00. Anniversary price $4.95, $6.50, $9.50, $ 2.50, $ 4.50. w 1 1 I and 'madras porch dresses, newest makes and styles, dainty self and color trimmings, in checks, stripes and plain colors. Special values during this anniversary sale f at 95ctS. Ten dozen women's figured and crepe kimonas, 05ctS. extra special...: flowered This sale is most opportune for the reason that right here in the heart of the season you have the opportunity to buy your spring and summer needs at great savings in price, and second, that our buyer has just recently returned from New York where he was fortunate In securing large assortments of the newest merchandise at great price concessions from manufacturers who were willing to dispose of their spring output. These together with our large stock will be on sale at greatly reduced prices. We only list a few of the great bargains. There are thousands of other items on sale at extraordinary reductions that on account of lack of space we cannot list here. We urge you, if you value your dollar and ever attempted in this want to save, to attend this sale, which will be the greatest in point of value-givin- g section of Kentucky. Hoys wash suit in a laige variety of styles, makes, plain and fancy trimmrd aget 21 to 10 years. Anniversary spec-iat ul Children's white dresses for commencement and summer wear, In a large variety of dainty lace and embroid ery trimmed mcdeln, ages C toll years. Special values at 50cts, 75cts, 98cts. $ .50 $1.50, $1.98. $2.98. $3.75. Anniversary Bargains in Men's and Young Men's Suits at $9.50. More than 100 of the newest spring suits of all wool, worsted, cassiineres mixtures and navy blue serges, suitable for young and middle age men. Suits , In this range are good values at today's market of $15. During our anniversary sale, extra special sale . . ANNIVERSARY REDUCED ON PRICES Women's and Misses' Newest Smartly Tailored Suits. style Over 500 of the snappiest of all wool serges,poplins, whipcords, shephcrd'chccks silk taffetas and faille in the prettiest belted, Norfolk and flare models in the newest shades of the seasons, comprises our vast stock, from sizes to fit the miss of 14 to the extra size woman wearing 55 inch bust measure. Everything at the most unusual reductions. $15.00 newest all wool spring suits for women and mines reduced to ... Former $18.00 and $20.00 women's and misses' newest spring suits reduced to , Our beat $25.00 fine suits, reduced to Choice of tho house, finest cloth suits, sold up to $39.50. Anniversary $ 9.75 $9.50 Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Linoleums, Curtains and Draperies. Buy now and save money. Prices ore lower than they will be ngain this year. Positively $20.00 Suits, Anniver$13.50. $13.50 $13.75 vl I ,UU S22 Price for sary Price $18.00. Brussels 9il2 room size seamless Rugs. This range includes about 300 Buits in forty different stylos of pure wool worsted, cassimeres, men's wear serges and mixtures, style and patterns suitable for the dashing voung fellows as well as for the constructive middle ago man. We have never shown suits of this quality for less than $20.00. During this anniversary sale, special CI 7 Rft 522-6-0 an(l $25.00 rich pita Axminster and tapestry Urussela nigs full 9x12 room size, in a Rood ranee of floral and conventional pat- terns and designs. Finest Axminister room size ruga, anniversary 7J 30,t I"'"? seamless Administer room size rugs. 12.50 14.50 19.50 "Cloth-Craft- ," "Adler-Rocheste- r" OZb.Ol) low prices during this sale price ... Odd size and extra large size rugs, at special EXTRA SPECIALS. and Rochester Special. Finest and $25.00 Newest Spring Suits. Anniversary Trice, $16.60 Every suit In this broad range is of the finest pure wool, choiciest patterns and tailored 1V America's foremost man tailors. A model to fit every size, type and style, including regular longs, stouts and extra sizes. Hand-tailore- d $22-5- anniversary sale. Several hundred Axminster and velvet rugs, to match the room size rug. In sizes 18x30, 27xC0, and 30x72, M.uO, Ol.wO, Ou.UJ, 00. UU special anniversary prices of Crer rugs reduced. Large variety of sizes, colors and combinations at extra special low prices during this anniversary sale. yard Congoleum nn nn nn nn nn nn More than 100 women's and misses' silk suits, of taffetas, silk failles and taffeta and serge combination, that formerly sold at $25.00. $29.50, $35.00 and $12.50. Special anniversary sale prico $10.50, $25.00. $15.00, Anniversary price $16,50 l.Z 39C AN Separate Skirts Reduced. Our entire stock of separate skirts, including blnck and navy serges, poplins, sliephard checks, mixtures sport, stripes and silk talTetas. Anniversary prices reduced to Thousands of new charming waists, of plain figured and striprd voiles, pussy wilbw, taffetas and georbatiste, organdies, tub silk, gette crepe, and plain tailored, tuck frilled and lacey trimmed models. Special anniversary values e, Rugs, in room size, 9x12, one piece, specially Beach Cloth, Genuine Palm Beach and Cool Cloth. Summer Suits' Extra Special Values at $5.85, $0.75. and $8.t0. We have over 300 of these splendid hot weather suits, in styles suitable for conservative as well as the young fellows. Norfolk and pinch back models, plain colors and stripes. Regular sizes, extra longs and stouts. Men's end Young reduced to Men's Woven rag rugs, in beautiful color combinations, from the small 24x30 to KORTHE the room 9x12 size, nn nn nn. special low price from Ow.O LARGEST. Koom size matting rugs, in woven and stenciled designs, extra quality, 9x12 feet, $2.98; 12x12 feet, $3. 98; and the largest nn 12x15 foot size 45C nn nn Oi.uO $2.05, $3.05, $5.00, $6.50 nt o4.0 08c, $1.05, $2.08, $3.08. , Special price of. per suit $5.85, $6.75, $7.50 Come in and look through these wonderfully cool serviceable floor coverings. Mora than 2(J0 rolls of Chinese and Japanese matting (n plain and fancy colorings, at especial anniversary prices of, per yard White and Colored Wash Fabrics. Hundreds of pieces of summers newest wash fabrics. Including printed voiles, imported Egyptian tissues, sport striped organdies, novelty pongees, 'satin stripe failles, imported lace cloths and beautiful Initiate, in striped, over-plai- d, flowered and plain shades in spring' most beautiful coloring and combinations. You must see these beautiful wah fabrics to appreciate their at) Ir, beauty and durability. All specially priced at 15c, 18c, 13c, 10c, 35c. Itingwalt guaranteed linoleum, in more than twenty beautiful designs, anniversary special at, per in yard curtains marquisettes Hundreds of pairs of ready-mad- e cluney lace edgings, at special anniversary price, per pair 1 Special Anniversary Prices Boys Knickerbocker Suits. $3.50 new spring boyi and scrims, linen suits, reduced to , Boys' $5-0- 0 Norfolk and pinch back suits $0.50 all wool boys' suit at at $8.50 fine pure worsted and serge suits Finest $12.00 suits. Anniversary price $2.45 $3,65 $4.75 $6.85 $9.50 IQc. 12ic, 15c. 19c, 23c. 29c. 35c. 45c. Extra Special New Ribbons pure silk taffeta, inoiro satin, plain and fancy Jacquard (lowered Persian stripes and checks. Ribboni five to seven inches wide and suitable for hair bows, sashes, fancy work and millinery trimmings. Anniversary special per yard These ribbons are today worth up to 85 cents per yard. Hundreds of women's wash skirts of gaberdines, jioplins, piques and novelty material, plain white, palm beach and sport stripes. Kpecial values at 200 pieces 95c. $ .45, $ .85, $2.75. 1 Hundreds of pieces of curtain draperies, curtain scrims and cretona special anniversary prices, per yard t 15c. 18c. 19c, 23c, 35c. 45c. MopB, Uennine special anniversary Extra Special Washable Beach Cloth Suits $1.75 $3.00 ' $1,75 Braids nn. DUL price Oil, for largest size 23C, 29c, 35c, 45c. n AND jgC Two hundred of theie suits for boys, 5 to 17 years sizes, in plain colors and novelty stripes, washable beach cloth in the norfolk, pinch back models. These suits cannot be duplicated today for less than $3.00. "the Hub" anniversary special Mid-Summ- er Hats Reduced. TRIMMED HATS 95c, $1.50, 1.95, 2.98. $3.98. Anniversary prices on millinery and trimmed hats. Our entire stock of hlgh.clasa millinery, trimmed and pattern hats, at exlraordinary reductions, during this anniversary sole $5. and $6, Extra Special One Hundred and fifty Men's and young men's $5.00 Reach Cloth Suits, $2,75 each, or two Suits for $5.00. These are the newest pluln and striped bnch cloth and come 31 to 44 chest measure. ANNIVERSARY PRICES IN HENS AND BOYS SUMMER HATS Leghorns, Tuscans and all the Fashionable Including Genuine Panamas, are Represented. ,.. $ Best $1.60 summer hats for men and young men., , $2.00 straw hats. Anniversary price Uest $2.50 hats $1.00 leghorn and tuscan hand woven summer hats $7.00 genuine Panama hats. In al tho ne est summer shapes, plain or fancy, band trimmings, special Anniversary price Anniversary special on men's and boys' furnishing goods, sport and dress shirts, cool knit, porus knit, B. V. D. Manhattan and athletic under wear, hosiery, neckwear, etc., all at special prices during this sale. .... 1.00 1.45 1.75 2.75 4.75 tailored and dressy trimmed hats, anniversary salu $7.00 and $8.00 trimmed and pattern hat $10.00 and $12 00 trimmed and pattern hats Our finest $12.00 and $15.00 highest class tailored dress and pattern hats during this aimWersnry sale Extra special cne large tublo of hundreds of untrlmmed hats, trimmed hats, that sold from hats and n.ltcs and children's ..... $2.00 to $1 V), to clone during this sale for ready-to-we- $3.50, $4.00, $1.05. $2.75 $3.08 $5.00 $7.50 $1,00 S1.25 AND $1.50 NEWEST STYLE DRESS SHIRTS, 8Scts 75c men's and boys' laundered negligees, pongee and madras sport shirts 45cts. Anniversary special $3.60 silk shirts. $ 2.45 Host $1.00 President U. V. D. athletic and summer ribbed union suits, long or short sieves, ankle or knee length, extra special 83c t a Extra special men's and boy athletic, nainsook union suits.,,..,, 45cts Extra good quality men's separata shirts or drawers,., 43cts Men's and boys' balgriggan shirts or drawers, per gurroent 23c, per suit 45cta Men's and boys' splendid quality plain and check nansook night shirts. Anniversary special , 4Ms Men's and boys' sleeping pajamtis, extra special at, per suit 7Jc, 8c, $1,25,$1.60 The Central Record, Thursday May 18 19 Id. - i 91 AND PRICE. County, and we have the utmost confidence We will You ljjj We absolutely defy any and all competition on quality and price. We always consider that our reputation Is at stake when we offer our merchandise for sale, and we are therefore very careful to furnish good quality at the lowest possible price. In eight years we have built up a Clothing and Shoe Business which is second io none in Garrard In our ability to judge merchandise after Eighteen years of constant experience in the business. Give us a look. 100, '18.80, AID $20.00 JAS. W. SMITH, House of Quality. Lancaster Furnish P ENTY OF STYLE, Prices lower than elseSee our line of where. Suits for Men and Young Men at P ENTY OF QUALITY. U WOMEN LOOK GOOD CAUSE Figures People Will FOR Make ALARM Lancaster MAKES MT. HEBRON Mrs. Hunter Kay in on the sick list Mrs. James Stone remains on the sick list. Mr. Jas. May field of Jessamine is with friends in this locality. Miss Ilernie Montgomery of Marcellus was with home folks here Sunday. Mr. Gordon Doty of Marksbury was the guest Saturday of Mr. W D Scott. Mr. Robert Sherrow had a nice milk cow to die Saturday night trom eating clover. There will be services at Mt Hebron next Sunday conducted by Itev. Gates Creek to hsh, Saturday. A nice time reported but not many fish caught. Mr. Henry Anderson Jr. tradedanice mare to Mr. Ross for a motorcycle. He now rides on the wings of the wind. Now is the time to lay In your coal for fall and winter. Three grades for sale by Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Messrs Joe and Thomas Lunsford were in Louisville to see their mother, s Mrs. B. T. Lunsford, been ill. Prof. Cyrus Johnson, while hanging paper on the ceiling fell and it is thot he broke a finger when he fell on his who-ha- BUENA VISTA Miss Marie Ruble Is visiting relatives In Danville. lliaw A Check These YEARS YOUNGER. that it for the moiifiy you ov e ami note how much more res- pectfully your creditors re- gard you. They like to do business with a man who has nn account nt & the Girrird Bank Trust Co. buslress like way. Better They know he is doing business In open such an account wen If your alTaira are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Subscribe for the Record, Behind the The Brush Prefers Mound City Horse Shoe Paint Man Attractive hair that is so fascinating compels admiration is sure to Drains from kidney disease have in make any woman look youthful. creased 72 per cent In twenty years, Downtown druggists who are are In People overdo nowadays In so many touch with all preparations of merit ways that the constant fllterinK ot freely express the opinion that Parisian u)ionod blood weakens the kidneys, Sage will double the beauty and at lioware of fatal Ilriirht's disease. tractiveness of any woman's hair In a When backache or urinary ills surest few days. weak kidneys, use Doan's Kidney Pills It's a real tonic that destroys pern! live carefully, take things easy and cous dandruff germs, stops the hair avoid heavy eating. Dnan's Kidney from falling and causes it to grow Pills command confidence, for no other thicker nd more luxuriant. kidney remedy is so widely used or so It refreshes and invigorates the scalp generally successful. Home endorse and is the molt delightful hair dressing tnent is the best proof of merit. Head in the world. To meet the large dethis Lancaster residents story; mand It. E. McUoberts keeps a supply W. M. Zanone, stationary engineer, on hand at all times and guarantees it. Campbell and Crab Orchard Sts., Lan caster, soys; My kidneys were (lis ordered and the kidney secretions were MARKSBURY irregular in passage and contained sedi ment. I had pains In my back and sides and when I stooped, I had difticul Mrs. J. W. Mahan is again on the Doan's Kidney sick list. ty in straightening. Pills relieved me." Mr. Ilen Hughes and family came out Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't sim- frqm Lancaster Sunday and spent th ply ask for u kidney remedy get Doans day with Miss Susan K. and Mr. John Kidney Pills the ssme that Mr. Zanone Sutton. Co., Props., Buf had. Cement, wood fibre plaster, lime. falo, N. Y. sand, rock screenings, rock, brick and salt for sale by Hudson, Hughes and Farnau MARCEILUS Miss Ethel S n!th of Crab Orchard Immw I t wrek after a sever Mr. Cbas. Coaker visited his parents returned Waynesburg Saturday and Sunday. al months t.v vii.i l.er sister, Mrs. at Foster-Milburn Take Notice. of Danville. Mrs. E. F. Scott spent last week with her niece, Mrs. I'eachie Grow at Locust Grove. Miss Mollie Crawford of Duena Vista was the guest of her brother, Mr. J. I Crawford, Sunday. Miss Mary Beazley who Is teaching at Sunnyside was called home Saturday by the illness of her mother. Miss Pattie Anderson, who is teaching at Locust Grove spent the week end with homefolks in Lancaster. Quite a number from Brvontsville and hand. Mr. Jesse Lawrence has also purchas ed a nice motorcycle. We notice it Is gentle enough to be left in the pike unhitched. Mr. George B. Sutton is now the proud owner of a handsome auto. His son, Bryan, is getting so he can drive quite well. Mr. Woodson Carpenter, who has been quite ill with a bursted ear drum, is nble to be about after a surgical T. M. Scott made a business trip to Nicholasville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Hamilton, of Lancaster, were with relatives here Sunday. Miss Ethyl Evans has returned from an extended visit with her sister in Danville. Little Miss Juanita Ruble, of Danville Is visiting her grand-mothe- r, Mrs. Delitha Evans. Mr. Chas. Lethers and family, of Faulkner, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Duncan. Several from here attended the District Sunday School Convention at Pleasant Grove Sunday. Rev. Hudson, of Lancaster, pastor of Presbyterian church here, made his initial sermon Sunday morning. Lincoln Prize Silage Corn yields enormously in corn and silage. $5 per bu. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mr. Fred Williams and family motored from Louisville and were guests of his sister Mrs. Will Smalley operation. Misses Carrie will be at home and A good painter can usually tell good paint, and that is why almost every painter who has ever tried Horse Shoe Brand Faint never goes back to any other kind. Covers more surface. the life of n building. Produces n more nttrnctivo finish. Costs least in the end. Have your painter use Horse Shoe Paint on your house. It will be the best Job you ever hnd. Prolongs SEE US AND WE WILL TELL YOU WHY. PA.MIUY PAINT to supply small needs in quarter, hnlf nnd one pints. Us "Just n Little" Beautiful Econiinicnl Paint suitable for chairs benches, (lower tubs, screens nnd tnbles. Porch ami Step Taint, made" for cleanliness and less work. Put "Uttlo Sunshine Varnish Stain In your home." Try It on Floor and Furniture ARTS AND CRAFT. A Mission Wood Finish. Pro- duces a soft rich e licet. May be waxed or varnished. BARN AND HOOF PAINT, In Ited and Green. Tho real secret of a good looklnifbarn Is in the use of a good Darn tho CREOL1TE inside floor finish. while yon Bleep. perfect It dries Graphite Itoof Paint. Wat- cr proof. Fire proof. One gallon cover 700 square feet. HATH ROOM ENAMEL. A beautiful porcelain finish for bath tub. bath room walls and refrigerators. VELVATONE FLAT. Finish for interior decora- ticn of walls. Dries perfectly flat with a velvet like finish. 10 Paint. tints, washable, sanitary. Stormes Drug Store. spent Tuesday Miss Murgaret O'Hearn closed a term night with her sister, Mrs. Clint Hill. of schoo' i.im tiiijy afternoon with Miss Mattie Campbell is visiting her appropr nle oeru es, several of the Richaunt Miss Hattie Hutchinson of parents uei.. pictcnt to enjoy the mond. afternoon. Miss Gracie Teague left Tuesday for W'o'king Society wiil The L a visit to her sister who lives near meet the Ui.t of May with Mrs. Kelley Hogg about 7;30 a. m. Danville. The Society Miss Dernie Montgomery and Mrs. J. has undertaken every Kind of remuner C. Itankin were in Danville shopping ative work under the sun, except dig ging 'tatcrs' and 'loom weaving' now Wednesday. they are going to try their hand at Miss Ilernie Montgomery spent Mon that, weaving rugs. Most of the memday and Tuesday with homefolks at bers have scarcely seen a loom and llryantsville. know nothing about operating one, but Irs. Hogg has kindly consented to asMiss Iva Lou Preston returned home Thursday after a weeks visit with Mrs. sist in the work. Tho novitiates who are mostly "old maids" are contem Frank Folger, plating much fun in their new work. Miss Cora Hurte was tho week-enAlthough hard, they know it will be visitor of her niece, Mrs. C. M. Hulette much easier than buttmg up against at llryantsville. the marriage problem. Little Dryant Anderson' who fell and The Union District Sunday School broke his leg three weeks ago is not Convention met with the Pleasant yet nble to walk. Grove church Sunday afternoon at 3 p Miss Wadie Leo Parks has been the m. Miss Eliza Ison acted as president guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clay, Parks, of In the absence of Miss Elizabeth Simpllryantsville this week. son who was elected president by the Mrs. John Campbell and Mrs. Clint body last year. Miss Ison makes a good Hill were the weekend vigors of Mrs. president and can always be counted on Ebb Cooley of Cartersvllle. even in cases of emergency. Itev. J. Mrs. Jennett Campbell, of Somerset, W. Mahan opened the exercises by camu Saturday for an extended visit reading nnd prayer. The president reto Mrs. William McKecknie and family quested that in his petition lib rememMiss Ilernie Montgomery spent the ber Miss Lula Simpson who is seriously III in the hospital at Louisville, also week-enwith her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. F, W. Montgomery, at llryants- Miss Elizabeth who is waiting in much anxiety, not knowing which way the ville. balance will fall. After roll cull hud Mrs. Earl Grow, Mr. and been responded Mr. and to, an interesting proMrs. Jesse Le May, of Uourne, spent gram was rendered. The next meeting Saturday and Sunduy with Mrs. Frank will bo held at Hiattsville on June 10th Folger. Mrs. Chas. Hamm and son, and Mr. Jones, of Somerset, Kv., were the SAYS DRINK LEMONADE guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Folger, Sunday. FOR RHEUMATISM. Miss Wadio Leo Parks who nas been the attractive guest of her brother, Itvhef from rheumatism and sciatica of Danville the past week returned can be obtained by drinking lemonade and avoiding alchollc drinks. home Sunday, To get rid of this stubborn disease, Miss Maggie Itruce who has been the guest of ber sister Mrs. Georgia however, to stop the twinges, puln and Gammore, left lust Tuesday for her swelling, and drive the poisonous from the Joints and muscles, homu in Kokomo, Indiana. Misses Cora Hurte, Ilernie Mont- all generously Inclined druggists will to take half a teaspoonful of gomery and Mrs. J. C. Itankin were tell you dully all misery ceases. the guests Saturday of Mrs. Farls ltheuma Is until Rheuma a powerful remedy, beHedgeville. Fitzputrick, of cause only a powerful remedy can overOur "Garrard County White" Bnd come such a terrible disease; but Garrard County Yellow" seed corn Is Hheums acts speedily the first dose carefully sele'cted and high test. Jl.SO taken and you'll know that you will per bushel. Hudson, Hughes & Furnau. soon be your healthy, happy self again- Miss Mattie Campbell who has been It. E. Mclloberta and all druggists visiting friends and relatives in Rich- know what ltheuma will do, for they mond returned home Sunday, accom- sell a great deal of It and guarantee panied by her cousin, Miss Hebecca that two 60 cent bottles will oveicome Hutchinson. rheums lie agony or money back. Miss Iono Campbell H'-d Florence i.ignif. Grace Anderson Saturday from Wil liamsburg where they have been attending school. Marksbury section spent Saturday at for the week-enMr. Wm. Sprinkles preached three Lock 8. on a fishing expedition. good sermons at the Methodist church Mr. Edd Grow bought of Mr. W. L. for Rev. Robinson who Is away conducGrow two calyes price $35. He also Jefferson 'School bought of Mr Hunter Ray a calf for$20 ting a meeting. Master W. II. Cummins had a pony Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Forbes of Mc Creary spent Saturday night and Sun' to run away with him one day last week irsa LLJI. 11th day with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sherrow, and the little fellow received several ond terra, Jan..TroDriui(jt.S. 8e 3 IfipuM for brt la is getting AlliUtM AocMtotlroar1iUMlUrK nartwu. Taltlvn UbntriMk Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hendrickson and severe bruises and cuts but sully ptyftble. Kor KRLKcttocaeaiil along all right now. htadsKiin 13ilt looton of sons, Horace and William, were with Tbotusi JcServuD retdr W frsuue, writ Mrs. B. T. Lunsford, who has been ELLIOTT her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Scott fENNEEAKEE. Sec!, LsnktiHe, Kj. In the Norton Infirmary, Louisville, is Sunday. Our "Garrard County White" and thought to be improving. Mr. Luna "Garrard County Yellow" seed corn is ford plans to bring her home this week, carefully selected and high test. $1.50 We hope to hear of a speedy and com' plete recovery for this most estimable per bu. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. lady. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark and little Mr. G. L. Blankenship left recently daughter Gladys Stone of Boyle, at tended preaching here Sunday and were for the Hoosier state to make a fortune He located at Parker and is employed guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Grow. Mr. J. E. Sherrow, wife and daugh by a contractor on the roads. Recent ters Misses Mary and Katie and Mrs. advices state he is welt satisfied and Wm Sherrow and son, Clinton, motored will be neighbor to a Ky colony from here. to Lexington Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Lawrence and handsome little son. Walker, ot Kissim mee Flu., and Mr. Carlisle Pleasant of CARTHAGE WOMAN Maywood, have been recent guests of TELLS HAPPY STORY Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Cummins. Mr. Lawrence is an old Preachersvllle boy MrsLaura Duko of Carthage, Tenn., and has just returned from Florida. He was alctira ot stomach disorders for will locate near Elizabethtown. several years. Sho lost appetite and lier weight tell on. Sho could not rest at night. Sho took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy Just a few doses and found herself restored. In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery was so rapid sho was afraid that It could be only temporary. So sho waited from September, nhen she took tho remedy, until tho following February to pass Judgment. Then sho wrote: should be "moped In the "I wrlto you la regard to your wonbud", Icril allowed to run derful stomach remedy that I took unchecked, serious results last September. I feel better than I Numerous may follow. have la flvo years. cases ol consumption, pneu"My weight was 12714 pounds; now monia, anl "'cr Istal disIt Is H" H. and I can eat anything I want. I sleep well at night. I would eases, can :ed back to have written before, but I wanted to a cold. At the first sicn ol a how I got along." see cold, protect yourself by Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy elves per thoroughly cleansing your manent results for stomach, fiver and system with a few doses ot intestinal ailments, hat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating,, pressure of gas In the THEDFORD'S btomach and around the heart. Oct on Moke no deal for a silo without bottle of your druggist now and try It Setting our figures and fixtures. Wo on an absolute guarantee It not satis give more and better anchortfe. factory money will bo returned. Stauncher door frame. Mi.lTiKsfitiM Plf-h- sf Lav. H Colds 1 9 Steel-hinge- WmmS More Silo Less Money For sale by It. E. McUoberts and all other reliable druggists. (our.Ulch door. Steel step Udder, step every 18 inches. Better compart, live construction throughout PREACIIERSVILLE Mr. It. J. McAlister has just purchas ed a nice automobile. Mr. Thomas Owens of the Canaan section hss been quite III. Mrs. Mary Naylorof Rowland visited her daughter, Mrs. J. F. Payne. Miss Taylor, ot Greensburg Ind, Is visiting the fumily of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carpenter. A hog ran against Mr. W. II. Cum mins the other evening and now he has to.walk with a crutch. A crowd from here went to Cedar the old reliable, vegetable liver powder. Mr. Chas. A. Kagiana, o Madison Heights, Va., says: "I have been using Thed-lord- 's Btack-Draug- ht Get Our Prices Before You Buy Our dUod sMpraeot of tltv uij' fia. tvrtt tna m4lUr tfllinf tod eptrttiag spBM umo snort hn nittM raon.jr thu ony suo compon? f ca sivo ?ov. It lot stomach troubles, indiges-tioand colds, and (ind It to be the very best medicine I ever used. It makes an ow man (eel like a young one." Insist on Thedford's, the K-original and genuine. mil figmrit rvv KENTUCKY SILO CO, W. P. Kineaid, Mgr. Stanford. Ky. The Central Record, Thursday May 6, 1916. 1 The Central Record incorporated HELM ANNOUNCES TO FOR RE- - HATES CHICKENS AND COWS TOO. Woman's Story Will Hold ihued Weekly, $1.00 a tear. ELECTION CONGRESS. -- OF J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. To the Democrats of the Eighth Interest For District of Kentucky: The long, continued control of the Federal Government by the Ite publican party resulted in the wanton and un bridled licenso of the Interests, accen tuated by Cannonism, and finally culminated In the revolt of the Progressive element of that party. The entry of the democratic party in to power has been marked by clcctivo and aggressive reforms achievements in remedial legislation that are soon to be judged by the American people. Among the measures that have been enacted by tho Democratic Congress during the Wilson 'Administration and that have rendered It the best asset of the democratic party in our state and nation, are; The constitutional amendment providing for the popular election of the United States Senate, whereby " the people tiro given control of that body instead of the trusts and monopolies; The Federal Itcserve Hanking Act, which took the control of credit from Wall Street, and lodged it in the hands of tho Government, to be administered for the benefit of the masses instead of HUGHES & SWINEBROAD TWO GOLD FISH FREE TO EVERY CUSTOMER. Thousands Of People Erertwhcre. cows and chickens," said ! r no Mill Locklatid, O., In paraphrase of a popu THE REAL ESTATE HEN OF lar song of the cabarets. ALSO "I have to live on eggs and milk for LANCASTER, KY.- so long that I just can't look at n. hen ot n cow with friendly eyes." she ex Come and let us sell you n farm in plained laughingly. "When one's diet Is restricted to th Garrard County, where five millions of product of our friends of the barn pounds of the best tobacco is grown yard for weeks and then months, It is annually; wliero all the agricultural, AT like suddenly stepping into a littli products grow abundantly; where the live stock is bred; where'tlic blue ' paradise of content to find all of the best good things of former days back on grass grows, where good schools, moral and hospitable people nro attracting! your own bill of fare." Lancaster, the Mrs. Edwards' story will hold In many home seekers. tcrcst for thousands of men and women county scat, has three banks, telephone All this will be given Free to every customer who purchases 25cls. worth or more ol Rcxnll who would welcome, as tho did, free exchange, electric light plant, cream-- ) lioods listed below OR ANY OTHER RKXALL PREPARATION WE HAVE IN OUR STORM ery, splendid water works system, two dom from a diet Live koIiI fish appeal to young nnd old nlike, nre easy to enre for nnd a source of Interest nnd "I have long been a sufTerei- - from flouring mills, grain nnd hemp warehouse, tobacco warehouse, on the L & stomach trouble," she explained, delight to everyone. paid in pain for every meal I ate, N railroad, one of the best graded All dny Friday nnd Saturday, Mny 2flth nnd 27th beginning nt nine n. in, we will enre for nil There was a daily headache that schools in the State, having an endow our customers nnd friends, nnd nil those whom we hope to innke our customers nnd friends. appeared soon after breakfast, and ment fund of $50,000 in addition to a. e can ' stayed for lunch and supper. Mv $30,000 new school building. Cull nt our store Fridny nfil Saturdny, Mny 2Cth und 27lh i.nd tnke nwny one of these out' sleep, after the hours of suffering, was sell homes or choice lots neartlie school. fits. We guarantee you will be thoroughly well pleased. Our price is the owner's price. We broken nnd gave me no real rest. had no energy, was tired nil the time. refer to any bank or to nnv official for Rexall money-bac- k List of and lifo Was just long days of discon proof that we will deal fairly with you; as we have done for ten years and have, tent. you may to get Gold Fish Outfit from "In the hope of improving I began no dissatisfied customers. Improved and unimproved farms of. the diet of boiled milk ana boiled eggs. ' And I was faithful. For weeks I kept all sizes and various locations and at Rubbing' Oil, 3Rc. 60 ami $1 (O this deit and I did Improve eome .under various prices, but any farm priced at! Analgesic Halm, 25c. Cod Liver Oil Emulsion; 60c it, but I was not being cured, I real Its market value. Threat fisrglr, 25c and $1.(KJ Ant. Hug and Roach Powder, As in the East capitalists are hunting Ized. Throat Pastilles, 10c and 26c. Cold Tablets, 25c. 10c. 15c. 25c and 60c. "Now my stomach is a great deal real estate; Toothache Stopper, 10c. Corn Solvct, I5c ami 25c. Arnica Salve. 25c. No. 1. ISO acres, on pike, 4 miles I can cat almost anything better. Vhit Liniment. 25c. Asthma 50c. Earache Remedy, 25c. I am too thankful from Lancaster, good land.slightlv roll without ill effects. Wine of Cod Liver Extract, $f Eye Wash, 25c. Ilaby Cough Syrup, 25c. ing, well improved, at $90.00 per acre, to depart from plainly cooked food yet, Worm Candy or Syiup, 26. Reef, Wine, Iron 75c and $1.25 Foot Powder. loc ar.d 2i. No. 2. 171 acres, 4 miles on main however. But my appetite is good, '"J3" Halt Tonic. 60c and $1. Mood Tablets, 60c. Headache Powders. 10 and 26c pike, fine land and well located, good my sleep is sound and refreshing, and "93" S.iamKio, 25c. Kidney Pills. 50c. liunion Ease, 25c. my housework is no longer an irri improvements, at $135.00 per acre. Sugar of Milk 40c. Carbolic Salve, 25c. Liver Salts, 26c, 60c, and $1.00 No. 3. 135 acres on pike lj miles tating, difficult task. Sodium Phosphate, 10 ami 40c Mentholine Ualrn, 15 and 25c. Castor Oil, (Aromatic) 25c "The rea.n? I have taken Tanlac from town, land very fertile, tenant Soda Mint Tablets 10c. Sarsaparllla Tonic, $1.00. Pile Treatment, Tubes. 25c. Soda Mint & Pepsin Tablets 10 the Master Medicine. So why should house and two largo tobacco barns. fcharcoal Tablets, 15c and 25c. Poison Ivy lotion, 25c. Orderllea, 15c, 40c and 75c. I hesitate to recommend it to anyone Price $120.00 per ocre. Cherry llark Cough Syrup. 25c Itat and Roach Paste, 25c. Skin-FiNo. 4. 124 acres on good road mile or everyone who suiters as I did? Lace and Silk Cleaner 25c Red Cedar Compound, 25c Nursing Ilottles 25c. from pike, rich land, partly rolling, throughout the country there are brick house and tobacco barn. $85.00 more than 1,000,000 people who will say, as does Mrs. Edwards, that there per acre. I Tooth Powder, 25c. Violet Dulce Cold Cream 60c Tooth Paste, 10c and 25c. No. 6. 126 acres, mile fronr pike, is no medicine that acts so favorably I Violet Dulce Face Powder. 60c Camphorated Cold Cream, 25c Violet Talcum Powder. 16c Violet Dulce Talcum 25c. on ailments of the stomach, liver and 1J miles from railroad, good land, fair I Cold Cream, 10c. 25c and 50c. and 25c Violet Dulce Toilat Waur.75c kidneys or catarrhal affections, cr is improvements, a bargain at $75.00 per so good a tonic, appetizer and invig acre. May orant as Tanlac, which is now being No. 6. 310 acres on pike, 2' mile introduced in Lancaster, Ky., at R. E. from good villsge, residence, stock barn and tobacco bam, well watered, EcRoberU. Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby mostly in grass, hemp a nil tobacco, cities. Paint Lick, J. N. Metcalf ; Bry land ready for cultivation. A moneyantaville, Becker & Ballard; Little maker at $65.00 per acre. No. 7. 200 acres of as good land as LANCASTER, Rexall Store" Hickman, Collier and Bruner; Berea, KENTUCKY. S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug there is In Kentucky, 1) miles from Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Lancaster, on pike, well Improved at Evans; Richmond. II. L, Perry & Son; $150.00 per acre. No. 8 80 acres unimproved adjoin hall or skating rink, two small houses Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros ; Uurgin, G. T. Schoolfield; Danville. John S. Wells; ing No. 7 on pike at $135.00 per acre. will always rent- - Located on rsilroad, No. 9. 440 acre, I mile from pike on in small, but splendid business town. R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster, and W, C good road, first-clas- s good resi- A money-make- r land, West, Silver Creek. for the right man. dence, tenant house, 5 large barns, Price $4500.00 or will trade for farm. poofs. A monev-make- r either concrete No. 25. A number of cottages and ARCHER. as an investment or to live on. Price residences and building lota and busila Native Costumes and Assisted by the Stcrcopticon, They Died, at her home in this city, Jellico, $100.00 per acre. ness houses in Lancaster and suburbs No. 10. 600 acres, 1J miles from Will Tell of the Beauties and Wonders of 5 o clock, Wednesday morning. May at attractive prices either for homes or and at 3rd 1916, Mrs. M. A. Archer, aged 41 pike, well improved, residence for investment. the South Sea Islands. years, 3 months and 24 days, after a tenant houses, several barns, fine land, No. 20. We always have on our list well watered. Can sell the whole at lingering illness of several weeks with otner properties, farms, dwellings, $65.00 per acre, or will sell off smaller complication of troubles. The de stocks of goods, in fact all kinds of tracts at atrractivo prices. ceased was born at Lancaster, Garrard properties either for sale or trade. No. 11. ICQ acies on pike, good land county, Ky, January 10th, 1875. Her No. 27. To the man who wants to Improved, good neighborhood, 3 well maiden name was Francis Underwood. sell See us. If you want to sell 'at small town. miles Price $90.00 public She was married to Morrison Archer per from auction your farm and stock and acre. June 28th, 1893. Twelve years ago No. 12. 56 acres of fine land, 1 mile crops, let us "pull olf" the sale for they moved to Jellico whxre they have from Lancaster, small residence, large you, we will make you money. since made their home. Some weeks tobacco barn and other improvements. Hughes & Swincbroad, ago her troubles became alarming, and $125.00 per acre. all that love and tender care, medical No. 13. 97 acres 1 mile from Lancas The Real Estate Men. Lancaster, Ky. attention and an anxious household tcr, on pike', fine land and new improve' could do for her was done, but with all ments. $125.00 per acre. this her life slowly ebbed away, and No. 14. 201 acres, unimproved, front M R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor ami Mgr. IntorM at tha Toil omen In Tancaiie r, Kj. as Pf fond-ClMII Mattel. Member "I hate the Pin. .t.t Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publisher League. Lancaster, Kr., Max 18, 1916 Aquarium, Pebbles and Plant Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and CI tv Offices ...$6.00 County Offices 10.00 16.00 State and District Office 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line ., all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line '.05 Obituaries, per line "or For For For For McROBERTS DRUG STORE We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higgins n candidate for County School Superintendent of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 1917. Wo are authorized to announce J. O Ilogie, as a candidate for the Democ Court ratic nomination for County Clerk, primary to be held August 1017. We are authorized to announce Joe Hamilton as a candidate for County Court Clerk, to fill out the unexpired term of J. W. Hamilton. Subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 1916. which our personally guaranteed select the preparations free. REXALL 1 We are authorized to announce Hun. Charles F. Montgomery, of Liberty, Casey county, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in this the Eighth district of Kentucky, aubject to the primary to be held the first Saturday in August. the classes; the income tax provision, whereby some of the burdens of taxaWe are authorized to announce tion are placed on the idle rich, com Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the pelling them to bear their just share of democratic nominationjfor County Court the necessary expenses of maintaining Commission, . Clerk, subject to the action of the pri- the Government; the Trade designed to regulate and control the mary, August 1917. prices of necessities of life, the action 1 ''"' A proposed two hundred thousand of public utilities, and preventing in' terlocking directorates; the Agricultur 'dollar' bond issue for rebuilding and 're- al Extension Act. granting aid through pairing the roads in Lincoln County was agricultural and mechanical colleges, defeated last Saturday by a very large to the several states, by means of field and decided majority. We consider instruction and demonstration in agri this as an evidence of wisdom. The culture and home economics; the stan vote in favor of the bonds was an evi- dardizing of grades of grain; the Fed dence of the growing sentiment for Warehouses, stabilizing 'better roads and we have no doubt that prices, preventing dumping of crops this sentiment has grown faster than during harvesting periods, and conse people have learned the art to build quent depressing of prices, and furnish roads to meet modern conditions and ing the farmer with prime mercantile perhaps faster than their ability to pay commercial paper, acceptable to the for the roads wanted. Federal Keserve Board; appropriating To those who are studying the road liberal sums for government aid for im question it is plain that the soft maca- provement of roadj; adequate appropri dam road which met conditions ip the ations for the eradication of infectious past are thoroughly inadequate to the and contagious diseases among stock; a present methods of use. At least, it is system of rural credits, whereby farm a waste oi money to bulla poorly con- ers may secure loans at lower rates of structed roads. The general use of Interest and on mora favorable terms; carrying a automebiles and farcels fost that furnishes the promotor-trucwill soon destroy the best ducers the best and cheapest delivery macadam road that can be built under wagons to the largest markets at the the modern art. Only brick, cement, highest prices; and a rehabilitated mer or asphalt roads will stand this modern chant marine that will again place th use and it is our opinion that the blue American flag on the ocean trade lanes grass counties of Kentucky, which have of the world. The fruition of this leg' for years been use to reasonably good isiation is the most unparalleled pros roads for the use required, ahould be- perity with which any administration gin to consider such experimental road was evei crowned. building as will guarantee permanency. The Administration has, so far, pre Again, the people however so desirous served peace with the world, under the they may be for better roads.will never most exasperating and trying circum just before the beautiful spring morn- be willing to place for expenditure, so stances. It inherited an unprepared litg of Wednesday was kissed by the large a sum as that asked for in Lincoln army and navy from the Republican rising sun, the sufferer's spirit took its flight, tho silver cord had been loosed, County until there is confidence in the party had been in almost contin the golden bowl broken, the spirit had ability in those intrusted with the road uous that control of the Federal Government gone to its eternal home, and today the building. since the Civil war, both of which it eternal spring time with everlasting We have had no system in this State has promptly reorganized in accordance heretofore for road work which guar with the reasonable demands of the glories belong to her, for her life was antees that the public will get the bene' situation, and at the same time has en a rare jewel, her spirit as gold refined fit of the money appropriated. It is tered into peace treaties with twenty' inthe fire ready for heaven. She ran the journey of her life in forty-on- e reported that some counties which have six nations of the world. years. It was a life filled with deeds recently voted large sums for road pur As one who hus contributed a modest of love, and kindness and cheer, flowposes have only a few miles of macadam share to this program, bv remaining ers, not thorns, sunshine, not shadows road in return. constantly on the job and consistently did she scatter everywhere. Her life Some of the space of the newspapers aiding in putting through democratic and there was which are so deeply in earnest for bet- congresses all the foregoing wholesome was full of ter roads could be beneficially used for legislation. I confidently submit my a reason for this. At 18 years of age promoting a system for handling the candidacy for renomination for repre- she sought the pearl of great price and made it chief among the jewels of her money (feat is appropriated for road sentative of the Eighth Kentucky dis- youthful hopes. Her life was as gentle purposes and for the education of the in the Sixty Fifth Congress to the as a morning zephyrs. If mere ac public in the methods of building such trict democratic voters of this district, be- quaintances felt the charm of her rare When roads as would be permanent. who endorse and aplieving that those christian life and joyous, sunny temthese two requirements are met the prove the record as, in part, set out perament, how much more so the mempeople will be ready to provide the will not rebuke those who have con- bers of her own household upon whom funds to build the roads. tributed in however slight a degree to alio a ir alt till oil t ta awuot i a n u u t its accomplishment. My experlence.t58reru, culture of her mind and especially, in these critical times, nature. Mrs. Archer, remained con Uted-tPlaces. Ono day my small nlcco was told should be an asset rather than a scious to the last, and although fully to put a plcco of paper In tho scrap aware that her life was near its clone, basket. 8ho went to tho wrong comer view of the recent I had hoped, in no dread but bravely of the room and returned, saying: "Oh, small democratic majorities in our dis she manifested silly toe, I put It where the scrap trict and state, that the democrats awaited tho termination of the struggle. Her death was a triumphant one, and basket used to be. I always go to might profit by the movethe parting with the members of her uscd-tplaces." Exchancs. ment now on among the corpmon enemy family was touching and beautiful. The contests impressive funeral services, which were to the cud that within the party might be avoided, and pathetic beyond expression, were conTo Clean Picture Frames. To clean gilt picture frames tbo fol our state be more certainly placed in ducted at the First Baptist church, of lowing will be found excellent: Put a the democratic column, in the coming which she was a member, by Dr. J. E. gill of vinegar Into a pint of soda wa- November election, when a most des. ter. Remove all dust from the frames; perate elTort will be made by a reunited Martin, the pastor. Dr. Martin read dip a large camera hair brush Into the political enemy to capture control uf 'from the 8th chapter of Romans, 4th chapter of Thessalonians and the IStli mixture, squeeze It partly dry, then chapter of Corinthians. He took for a brush the gilt, doing a small portion at the Federal Government. The small democratic majority in the text Romans 8.18. He brought a mes s time. House necessitates my presence in sage of comfort and cheer to her loved Washington as much as possible, and, ones ana irienus, anu paid a ueautuul Declaration of Independence. for the prosent, I am compelled to de- tributo to this good woman. She is Signers of the Declaration of Inde- pend upon my friends to safeguard my a devoted husbsnd and two survived bv pendence wbp were not born in tbo the district. United Btates were llrltton Glvinnott, Ittereitsln my record to you, and shall drughters, Edna 10, Josephine 12, and I submit England; Francis Lewis, Wales; Hob-er- t one son 4 years old, and her mother. Morris, England; James Smith, heerfullv abide your verdict at the The lloral offerings were many and primary, August Bth, 19ld. Ireland; George Taylor, Ireland; Matbeautiful. The remains were laid to thew Thornton, Ireland; Jainea WilVery sincerely, rest in our silent city of the dead to Wltberspoou son, Scotland; John HAKVEYHELM. await the resurrection morn. Jellico,, t Scotland. Tenn., News. Waibint(toii D. C, May 16, 1910. heavy-weight I ! o vote-losin- g Rexull Toilet Prepurtit ons. Friday and Saturday, Remember the date 26th and 27thr McRoberts Drug Store.' "The The Raweis New Zealanders Coming to the Chautauqua Here ' ing on two pikes, 1 mile from Lancas ter, first class land in every particular, a number of fine building sites, suscep table of division into several smaller farms. Price. $130.00 per ucre. No. 16. 243 acres, 4 miles out on pike, highly improved, mostly in grass, good land, ready for business, $75.00 per acre. No. 16. 225 acres in State of Indiana 45 miles north ol Louisville on 11 & O R It, fertile land and good improve. ments, will sell or exchange for other property. No. 18. 125 acres, right at town, old time brick residence, large rooms, brick out buildings, attractive home, good land, susceptible of making a suburban division, a number of fine building lots, fronting on street, but we must sell as whole, has never been on the market Further particulars and until now. pi ice on application. 19. 200 acres, on pike, 4 miles from Lancaster, very high class improve ments, large handsome residence, large barns, silo etc. Can bo divided into two or three or more farms, but we must sell as a whole at $150.00 peracre. No. 20. 117,19 acres by survey, 1 mile from piko on macadam road, largo residence, new tobacco barn, stock barn, good land, limestone soil, a bargain at $11,000. No. 51. 147 acres 11 miles from town on pike, fair improvements, good land, very productive, partly rolling, can bo divided, price us a whole, $20. per acre. miles No, 22. 00 acres, on pike 4 from Lancaster, good land all in grass, 6 room dwelling, stock barn, tobacco barn and other out buildings, Improvements ail now. $5,000.00. No. 23. 08 ucres, 6 miles from Lan- caster, on piko, right at school and churche3, accessible to two other county seats, small residence, largo tarn, good, young orchard, fine location Price on for dairyman or stock man. application. No. 21, A good business proposition: dwelling with Large basement for kitchen, dining room, etc, large livery barn, two story, upper floor hardwood maple used for dance FOR DRESSY on Afternoon OCCASIONS. Nat and Ribbon Still Hold Thalr Own Froeka. THE RAWEIS This pretty frock Is a combination o( ago green net over satin In tho same tone. Tho banding on tho skirt, as well as tho flowing girdle. Is of wldo velvet NATIVE NEW ZEALANDERS. mm 8 Tkftaskt. ILLUSTRATING platform. Attired In natUe ciwtumoH, they on the platform, with tho scenes of their country as a background. The"e scemy uro thrown by means of a Kteri'optlcon nnd rapidly us OOlNCl CALUNO. the program progresses. On the front s and at tlm Hides of the stage are ribbon. Tho bodlco Is cut with bishop of llic basketry und weaving of sloovcs and surpllco waist with a rose hi tho corsage The white fox scurf tbo Polynesians, which run Ins seen at may bo discarded when warm days cloxer ramie by the audience after the entortaliinient. courses In America. come. Mr. Itnwcl siieuks upon the Now ZeaTho Itawcls aro highly educated peoland of sixty years aico while tho ple, with a most excellent uso of the Tar Stalna. To remove tar stains rub the spot scenes of that jierlod lye presented, English lunguugt. Orst with lard and then with soap. Leave for an hour and then wash In hot water softened With ammonia. Should slight traces remain rub with turpeutlse. rum-pie- AND MILS. I'lt.V.NTIH KAWKl and Oauvhler, imtlvo New Zea landers, present ono of the most novel ami at the name time lustructlvo programs ever glvon on uuy Chautauqua jr. NATIVE WEAVINQ AND BASKETRY. and then Mrs. Itawet describes the New ZeMlaml of today while tho views of tho modern New Zealand ore shown. No country In tho world has shown tho progress of New Zealand In the same space of time a fact which has boon emphasized widely In our lending magazine durlug the last fow years. Mr. and Mrs. Ilawcl and daughter alto present some of the music of Now Zealand at intervals during tho oreiilng, altogether most fascinating program. Tula program has been presented twlco In tho Art Institute, Chicago, and ob sotuu of tbo Isrgest Lyceum Lancaster I(y June 2 to 7th i The Central Record, Thursday May IS 10 tJ. 1 I I MITSt 2 NEWEST CREATIONS In nil I A! r Choice 1X2 . m yif AW Attractive WHITB C ramp is ana mm rcfc (Tit the NEWEST WASH FABRICS for IN STOCK. iodelsich' give that slender, DRESSES AND SKIRTS including A FEW SUITS LEFT. flLA i Jij - well arched look to the foot. $14.98 Y I ISIS VI They are strictly high grade in every detail. SPORT STRIPES and all the newest designs. 6H J.V Our Motto Correct in Stvle and Onalltv. St e Co e y Leaders. LAND ROLLER $24 V Long drove to Khhmoml lust Thursda' , auto trip to Lexington last Friday. Cultivators and Double Shovels. Garden Flows, Lawn Mrs. Frank B. Mnrksbury and Mlsj, wliero tiny were united In mirria ', Swings, Screen Doors, Screen Cloth, John Deere Mow taking place in trie Elsie. Morrow weie visitors in Danville the ceremony For Siile: Flowers and shrubs. clerk ofllea of thnt citv. A Britf Mention of the Comlngi inj Tuesday. crs and Binders. Six horse Gasoline Engine, cheap Mrs. Chuires Walters. t Tne groom Is a gin of Mr. W. T Goinji 1yThulc Wt Art InUruttd In. Mr. J. Raymond Haselden left Tues- - Seb wtian imd n prominent young far- Birdscll Wagon. Sprinkling Hose and Croquett Sets Early Tohscco Plants for sale. day for Frankfort to attend the Knights mor, the bride being the beautiful A Somtnior Giitn with eich 25c Purchase, Gtt oar prices on PAINT. Malcom Tlllett, Lancaster. Templar conclave, daughter of Mr. Marion Long, of MadiMiss Mattie Adams returned Sunday' son. They will be at home for the re- FOR SALE;-AI- I Messrs J. W. Sweeney and J. S. Has from a visit to relatives at I'aint Lick. kinds of plants. FORSALE-Secon- d clden were in Frankfort for the Knight mainCer ot the year at lh? groom's I. P. Thompson. Mr. li. G. Ward of Cincinnati, has father. The friends of this popular lemplar Conclave. been a recent visitor here at his former. couple wish them a life of unalloyed Hemp Breaks made and sold by W. Mr. Floyd Herring, of Lexington, nome. happiness. F. Parks. I'aint Lick. Ky. was over on a business trip and visited Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Price of Stanford his aunt, Mrs. Am Bourne. Will buy all kinds of Junk, Rags, SENIOR RECEPTION. have been visiting Mr. Ed Price and Bookpaper, The Square Deal House. Ledgers and Magazines; Mrs. J. R. Haselden and Mr. S. G family. One of the handsomest receptions alto metals and rubber. Haselden and wifj motored to Frank Miss Jane Dotv has returned from a ever held at the Lancaster High school, 11. B. Northcott. fort Wednesday for the Knights Tem- was pleasant visit to Mrs. Rockwell Smith that of the Senior reception last plar Conclave. Friday evening, the hours being from at Danville. Just received car of Cook Jellico The C. W. B. M. District Convention eight until eleven. block coal. This is the best rooMncf Mrs. W. M. Elliott and Miss Tommie The front hall of the school building coal is dated to meet In Hustonville on May for summerluse ; also car of Straight Francis made a vlijt to Danville friends 24th. A number of Lancaster women was decorated with the seasons flowers, Creek round. Best Kanawha salt and the past week. white the reception halls were decorated expect Ui be in attendance. lim. II. B. Northefitt. Messrs E. C. Guinea and J. L. with ferns and the Seniors class colors, LANCASTER. . 4 3 1. Mrs. Ed. Price, Mr. N. B. Price and blue and gold, carried out. The seniors Erancis made a business sojourns in Miss Tommie Francis went to Danvill STOLEN:-Fromy farm near s, numbering ten in air, were ideal hosts Crab Orchard, Capital Wednesday, Miss Francis remaining on and after delightful refreshments, the about ten days ago, two cattle Messrs J. M.Farra and Fisher D. a visit to Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith. I guests left for their respective homes weight 1000 pounds each. Will glyo A. It JENNY, President Herring made a business trip to the $25. for recovery of cattle or Informamiss ura vice ol aiaysvllle, came much In praise for the class of 1916. Boyle oounty capitol. J. E. STORMES. Vice Prrs't. R. P. Gregory, Mrs. W, down Mr. and Mrs. from the Richmond Normal with ine loiiowing were present and en- tion and $50. for conviction of thieve,. &. C. DENNY, Cashier. Mrs. L. J. Sanford has returned from 0. Goodloe and Miss Jeanie Lackey en Miss Emma D. F. Rankin. Walker and were guests joyed every momenta time. Misses a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Maurice joyed a motoring trip Monday to Dan for J. L. ClIX, It T. Jmtky, Ah'I Cashier. the week-enof Mrs. Sam Cotton Jennie and Sallie Cox and' J as Chris Ashley, in Richmond. ville, returning by the way of Hickman For Sale. man. Miss Georgia Jones, Messrs Wood Prof, and Mrs. Henry Lloyd of LeX' Baby buggy in good conditi'on, ats'os Mr: Frank Tinder, a student of the Mrs? Woods who has been with her ington, and Mrs. J. M. Frazeeof Mays Wilmott, Will R. Amon. Robert Ross, Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. Burton Stapp, Ben Woods, Miss Char tricyefe. Phone 379. Bible College, Lexington, made a short daughter, 'Mrs. W. B. Denny, on th ville, were here last Saturday looking lotte Pollitt, Cecil Brown. Miss Alice visit to his home folks. WK SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Richmond road for the past six weeks. after the real estate interest; of Mrs, Hudson Rigney, Wesley B. Dickerson, Wanted. Miss Martha Tinder, a Junior at left a few days since for her home in Frazee, Alex It, Denny. Samuat I). Cochran, Messrs Joe West, Walter Cox. James J. H. Posey. J. E. Hamilton College, Islington, was at Illinois. 5000 bushels of Cultivated Hemp Stormes, S. C. Denny. J. U Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Bush of St Louis Nevius, Misses Addie Criscillis, Lula Seed for fall delivery. Phone Glass was at home for the week-enMisses Alma and Mary Lear of the & are receiving congratulations over the Tribble, Irene Aldridgn, La Verne Ne Glass, Carrip Nelson, Ky. vius, Susie Conn, Sara Wilmott. Bow Miss Elizabeth Ford, of Sayre Col east end of the county, were in Louis arrival of a little dnughter in their ville for the Derby and are now in lege, Lexington, spent the week-en- d man Grant, Katie B. Dickerson, Edwin Residence and Slop For Sale. Birmingham, Ala., for the Confederate home. Kindest wishes are extended Walker, Martha Tinder, Lila Ruth Rob with her father. Judge A. D. Ford. by Lancaster friends Reunion. ertson, F. N. Tinder. Albert Robertson Owing to my health will sell worth Reverend S. II. Pollitt and Mr. Silas At the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity Kobt Kinnaird, Wm Kavanaugh, John the money my residence and shop with Up-To-Da- te A pleasant fishing party came down Moss were in Stanford last Thursday Dance given Friday evening in Lexing Eldridge, Owen Hendren, Dalton Rich one and half acres of land In Buena. the District Methodist Missionary from Berea and enjoyed a days outing ton, Messrs Sheiley Hudson, for R. H. Misses Lillie Sutton, Lillie Jones, John Vista. Shop has established trade ot The party was at the Iron Bridge. Convention. Tomlinson and E. S. Lawson of this Herring and Carl Guthrie. Ruth Carrier 28 years. Call or composed of Dr. and Mrs. Roberts, Dr. write Mrs. M. F- - Elkln, of Lexington, and Geo Swinebroad, Misses Carrie B, and Mrs. Mossnear, Misses May Brown city, were enlisted among the hosts. J. E, Scott. Buena Vista. Monday to visit her aunt, Mrs. came and Stella Haley. Among the prominent characters in Romans, Bernice Champ, Hudson Fris. Susan Salter and at the home of Mrs. bie, Robt Honaker, Val Cook, David the great Shakespearean Pageant held SHO): REPAIRING. I!. F. Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Williams and Rankin, Miss Annie B. Burnside and on the campus of btate University Smallev. of New D. C. Elmore, Miss Charlie Elmore. Mr. and Mm. Carlton Elkin and little Miss Genevieve I have opened a shoe repairing shop Tuesday afternoon at Lexington was Wade Walker, Jno Holtzclaw. Miss over J. T. llvney's Llvr daughter made n visit to Mr. and Mrs. Albany, Ind., who have been with Ector Lawson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W, stable. AND ALSO Nannio Bratton. Ella Iticsbv. Mina Your patronage is solicited. L. Carpenter, at Ilustonvillu during friends in Buena Vista section, visited L. Lawson of this city. Mr. and Mrs. William Jennings of this Rankin, Marietta King and Mr Emmet the past week. Alfred E. Hood. city enroute to their Hooaier home. Dr. J. B. Kinnaird was in Louisville Broaddus, Sherman Anderson, M. Lutz, Miss Katherine Bourne of Danville, Ernest Chrisman, A. Gooch, Misses Fay Mr. Scott Robertson, a student of for the convention of the Ky State As came over Friday for the reception at FOR SALE sociation of Railway Surgeons, being Acton, Catherine Bourne, Bess Holtz the school und remained for a few days Transylvania University and Miss Lila on the program for papers on "The claw and David Cralc. Pearl Dickerson 11 acres of land near Hyattsvilla Ruth Roberton, of Hamilton College, visit with tritnds. and Chas Sanders, Le ia Schooler. Liji on Kirksville pike, 6 room bouse accompanied Miss Martha Tinder and Economic Value of the Railway Sur Raney and Billy Miller. Mary Mae Wal station Miss Mary Doty returned the past brother over from Lexington making geon and "the Keportof Cases . ker and G. White, Hervey Smith, Fred and week from a to her visit Dr. J. B. Kinnaird. Messrs W. O- the trip in the handsomo Robertson Fannie B. Ruisel, Davidson, Sue Chenault, Geo B. De cousin, Mrs. George Bogard at Big Goodloe and Joe S. Haselden entertain- Jarnett, Lucy automobile. R. F. D. No. 1 Lancaster. Ky. Walker, Minnie M. Rob Stone Gap, Virginia. ed the members of the Men's Bible inson, James Tinder, Mary Lee Lear, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bryant, Mrs. R. I. class of the Presbyterian church on last Wade Walker, Margaret Cook, Mr. J. R, Haselden and family. W. Mac Burton and Mrs. David Rankin, of iriday evening. A delicious course FOR SALE. of Elliott, Irvine Stapp, Julian Anderson, Mrs. B. F. Walter and daughter. Miss Brvantsville, motored to town for sevKathleen, enjoyed a recent motoring eral hours yesterday afternoon.... Mr. refreshments enhanced the pleasure of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Caneer. Mcsdames 3,000 acres of fine Alfalfa land on the assemblage. trip to the State Capital. W. Elmore, and C. F. Chenault. pike in good stctlon of Mississippi. Alex Doty of Lancaster, was here for ,000 acres of Alfalfa and grazinc lands Miss Lena Bright was hostess ut an Misses B. M. Robinson, Mabel Mason. Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden. a short business trip yesterday afterMiss Kathleen Walter and Mr. Joe S. noon.. .Mrs. Ira J, iloltzclaw of Lan- elaborate 6 o'clock dinner Tuesday eve- Delia Tinder, Sara Hatcher, Alary El in Alabama near Q. & C. K. R. Write Haselden were in Danville for the caster, is the guest of Mrs. W. U. ning, the guests being the Reverend more, Messrs W. 0. King and John M. for description and prices. II. S. Hudson and Mrs. Hudson, and Mcltoberts. J. E. Hlgginbotham, Knight Tempjar reception. Coleman. Danville Messenger. the members of the Lancaster graded West Point. Mlsa school faculty. Miss Bright makes these dinners annual social ulfalrs. DO YOU KNOW Mrs. Richard Tasker Lowndes, who Your old carpets and cast off clothinc bsbbbbbbbbbbbbbW See USin regard to putting on your RUBBER has uccepted the chairmanship of the make beautiful Rugs and that I will Democratic Suifrago Plank Committee issssssssssssssssssW TIRES. We handle nothing but the best grade of rubber sell you at half price a combination for the Kentucky Equal Rights Asso Vacuum Cleaner and Sweeper to keep ciation, bus invited Mrs. Robert Elkin our rugs clean. of this city as one of u number of Baking powders made from alum or mo. Fannie Bishop. prominent Kentucky women, to servo phosphate may be bought for a trifle less on her State committee. DON'T KEEPlENS, than Royal Baking Powder, which is made X-e- ople , 00 rt iossip Abets.. Is Mrs. Addie Sebastian of Tuscola III., Mr. Miller Latfce, cf Madison county visiting rclatlveson Richmond Ave. vbs with relative hern this week. Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Ombry made an LONG-SEBAST- IAN v v? hand Corn Planter J. R. Mount, Son & Co THE NATIONAL BANK ' OF $50,000. Surplus $30,000. MI33 Gladys Moore, of Lexlng'on, i the guest of her father, R. !'. Moore, at the Simpson House. Mr. Vj. M. Walker has returned froir. a visit to Loulsvill--- and Eminence, Ky whre his wife is visiting her mother, Mrs. Rainey. Claud Rice Gaines, Samuel Embry atid L. J. Sanford, were guests of Lor raine and Willie Daniels, for 'a fishing trip, last Week. Mr. S. li. Henry. Mrs. Thos. Austin, and Mrs. E. W. Harris, left Saturday, for a months stay in Birmingham, Aia, the guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cornn, Muses Maud and Ella Murphy andMiss Murtle Angel, motored to Lexington Sunday and were guests of Dr. Goodloe. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Price and vis itors, Mrs. M. H. Mabrey and Mas ter Harton Mabrey, of Florida, en joyed an auto trip to Danville Saturday Mrs. John Osborne, of Knoxville, who is with her mother, Mrs. Char' lotte warren, at btanlonJ. came over for a short visit to Miss Jennio Duncan Mi. Virgil Scnn-jtiu- and 'Iiss L :e YfUU riXl IT IN THIS COLIMN.J 5-- Mar-cellu- r. d New Line of BUGGI ES Road Frasier Carts fort-night- 's at prices right. Practical Economy BECKER & BALLARD . PHpNE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. from cream of tartar, derived from grapes. Alum powders are not only cheap, but they differ greatly in leavening power. . CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown us during the illness and death of our dear wife and mother. John Beaaley and family, Creamed Celery. Cut four stulk of celery tuto small dice, cover with water and let It Mramcr until lender nnil perfectly clear. Then been drain i'ir the water iwhlcli slightly xnltt'rii. put mie cupful crium or rich uillL lulu viucepnu with onu tu blespoouful of butter, and when hot add celery. (season delicately with salt nud pepper uod tlmuie.r live utlnutiw; then uda one small tcnspouuful of cornstarch mixed smooth with a little cull milk. Stir In thoroughly ncd serve very bet Make Your liens I Keep Ycu. If a cheap baking powder is used for a W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. ..laazaasm Office Phono 18. Residence Phone 33. fine cake and the cake turns out a failure there is a waste of costly materials worth more than a whole can of the cheap bak ing powder. Royal Baking Powder produces the finest food, and its use therefore, results in on actual saving. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York SINGLE COMB BROWN LEG-- I HORNS hatched before September lit ' will lay next winter, (If they are When do you want those eggiT Black Jack, with white points, 15J terms easy. CASH. hands high, fine breeder and great inErie C. Farra, Box 272, dividual. A Jack of fine bone and ac Lancaster. Ky. tion. Will stand at $10. to Insure a living colt. CORTRIGHT TIN SHINGLES. Will also at same time and place stand a PEAVINE HORSE at $10. t, Th best and only real good shlnglo Insure a living colt. on 'the market today. I have the exAll will stand at W. P. Dishon's clusive agency for this shingle In Gar-rafarm on tho Crab Orchard pike C miles county and can put them on myfron Idiic&ster, Kentucky, Mares self at a reasonable price. If you sro grazed at $12. per month. Care tsken in need of any roofing or building' vt to prevent accidents, but not ' respon- any kind, give me n call. sible should any occur Buck Varnon. pul-let- rd W. P. Dishon.1 .30-3m- Carpenter and Contracter. CarUrsTlll. a S, Koop, Kv- - The Central Record, Thursday May 8, 1916. 1 r DATES OF THE BIG REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA IN LANCASTER ARE mctcn JUNE 2nd Afternoon i to : JUNE : 7th. Five Big Days. : and Evening Programs. Season Tickets Now on Sale. Instruction. Inspiration. Entertainment. REX GARRARD This splendid walking stallion 1916 i FAKJUKK Ininnrnjc ile nni mi t I 3 LULU i i'AINT LICK Mrs. D C. Rico spent Tuesday in Richmond. Alls? Lula McWhorter spent Saturday in ltict mm d. Mr. Will Fitzpatrick of Shelbyville is here on buinss. Protmi'Ud meeting will begin at the Christian church July 24th. Mr. and Mrs. Mid Ross were boats at an elegant Jinncr on Sunday. Mrs Mid Ross and Mrs Guy Rico soent Tl ursday in Richmond. Mr. am Mrs. Sonny White visited CARTERS VILLE. Some of the farmers of this lectio News Of The Churcnes. Tho Union services SINCE TAKING PERUNA I can say my bowels are much more regular. will 4pCfl below tblt fcftdiuffli for trie eicln ITe uie of oar farmer inbicrtbert. end li for of itook. siein eud inch things on the fexm ft Ibe farmer cautiol affonl to adrer the. No notice will bo accrpted orer tour lloet. and will beonlftn li.nri of the ftcoitn. free of critifte 10 make the season of at my place at Nina, Kentucky, at White Lead and Ready Mixed House paint at Stormes. W. E. Moss has six fresh Jersey cows for sale. All good ones. $10.00 TO INSURE. FOR SALE A nice Duroc boar. Rex Garrard is a rich red sorrel 8 Miller McCormlck. R F D 2. yearn old, by Old Rex Peavine dam by Tom Covington. natural walkers. always in demand good prices. He is 16 hands high Rood conformation and his colts are all Walking horses White Enamel's and Varnish Stains at Stormes. Eggs For Hatching. Mrs Fred Conn, Route 1, has some pure Crown Leghorn are eggs for sale. 15 for 50 cents. 100 for $3 00, 200 for $5.00. at Stormes. The officers of the Lancaster Christian church hsve already engagodJ,the Rev. C R. Brooks, of Portsmouth, Ohio, to hold a revival of several week Alisses Thelma Robinson, Anna Alae here this coming autumn. e The Green and Ruth Sowder visited thei will be held the last week in teacher, Aliss Parrie Alae Clark. September, or the first week inJOctober Air. and Mrs. G. C. Cox and children Evangelist Brooks will come with of Alanse spent Wednesday with Air, high testimonials as to his ability as a relatives near Kingston, Sunday. pulpit orator and his power to bring Mrs. Ton Logsdon and Miss Geneva, and Mrs. John Centers. souls to Christ. were shopping in Lancaster Saturday, Recleaned whlppoorwill Cow Peas Miss Ethel Estridge entertained a few and Sooy beans, millet and cane seed. LOWELL Hudson, Hughes and Farnau, friends informally at cards on Saturday evening. Air. Jno Clark and daughters. Misses Air. Ed Alurphy is some better at this Misses Mary and Alma Lear are in Parrie and Katie, were guests of Mr. writing. Birmingham attending the Confederate Sherman Robinson and family Sunday Air. Loyd King spent Sunday in Cin Reunion. are through planting corn. Air. and Mrs. W. II. Smith spent Sun day with his parents, J. M. Smith. Airs. Combs of Clay county Is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. C. Boaln. Airs. T. A. Green and children were guests of Airs. Jno Merrjman, Sunday willbe conducted night nt the Methodist church Sunday at the usual time. My heart is stronger. My appetite is much better. My throat is and are bringing Mrs. Saufley Hughes and son are vis Durable Outside and Inside Varnishes iting her parents, Mr. and Airs. James cinnati. Lyttle. BRYANTSVILLE Aliss Bessie Caldwell was in Lexing ton Friday. much better. Mrs. William, II. Hinchliffe, 20 Myrtle St., Beverly, Mass, writes: "I have taken four bottles of Peruna, and I can say that it has done me a great deal of good for catarrh of the head and throat. I recommend Peruna to all sufferers with catarrh. I do not think I ever felt much better. I am really surprised at the work I can do. I do not think too much praise can be said foe Aliss Oilie Jones is visiting Aliss Stella JOE WHEELER. NINA. KENTUCKY. ROWLAND PEAVINE No. G053. Rowland Feavine chestnut stallion; star and snip, foaled May 14th, 1912. Sired by Kex Peavine 1796, by Rex McDonald 833, by Rex Denmark 840. 1st dam, Bourboniste 9297 (full sister to Bourbon's Rest) by Uourbon Chief 976, by Harrison Chief 1606, by Clark Chief 89. 2nd dam, Judy Oliver 6407, by Red Cloud 2197, Indian Chief 1718. .3rd dam, by Wilson's King 2197. 4th dam, daughter of Sims' Clark Chief 2576. Rowland Peavine is a beautiful chestnut with star and snip. Stands 15.3. weighs 1,050; four year old. As you will see from the breeding, he has the blood of the best show horses of Kentucky and is one himself. You should see this horse before booking your mare. Breeders of saddle horses rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to a horse as fashionably bred at the small fee of 315.00 To Insure a Living Colt. "He will make the season of 1916 at 'the stable Just back of r. T. Nunnel-ley'- s house on Lancaster street. Money due at birth of colt or when mare is parted with or bred to other .stock. Grass at 10 cents per day. J. C. Bailey, STANFORD, -- - KENTUCKY. YOUNG John Morgan. 3705. I will stand my Jack, Young John Morgan 3705. for the season of 1916. at my farm 1 miles from Lancaster, on new Danville pike, at $8. To Insure Horse Mole and $10. To Insure A Hare Mule. Young John Morgan 3705, was sired John Morgan and was out of an Imported Registered Jennet Lien retained on all colts foi the season which wilt be due if mare is traded or sold to another party- by. J. W. Sweeney, JLancaster, Ky. Frances. Airs. Lean Led ford had the misfor Barred Plymouth Rock eggs, 40cts. tune to get one of her legs broken the per setting. . 1, Phone 395-- J Thomas Ray. Miss Mattie Adams of Lancaster, was For Sale. the guest of Miss Ethel Estridge for Silver Laced Wyandotte eggs at 60c the week end. Rev. W. AI. Eldridge and R. G. per setting. Delivered at Lancaster. J. B. Lawson, Stanford R. 4. Woods were business visitors in Rich mond Friday. Phone 310-Lancaster exchange. Mr. James Rucker m stored over from Cultivated hemp seed for sale or let Lexington Sunday and spent the day out on shares. with the home people. Geo. T. Brown, R. F. D. 3. Air. Everett Winburn of Richmond is Strayed to ray place about April 21st assisting White and Riddel! with their a steer weighing about 450 pounds. painting and papering. Airs. AI. K. Denny and little daugh Owner can have same by proving prop erty and paving for this notice and his ter of Lancaster were guests of Airs. R. J. Walker on Friday. keeping. R. M. Moss, Bryantsville. Kv. Aliss Alary Noel and Air. Jas. Woods, of Danville, were guests of Air. snd FOR SALE Good alround horse. Airs. J. B. Woods on Sunday. rides, drives and works well. Air. and Mrs. Lewis Guyn are in G. P. Terrill. Lancaster, Ky. Shelbyville the guests of her parents. For Sale Urom cultivator, good as Air. and Airs. Will Fitzpatrick. new. Price reasonable. Little All's Edna May Kirk, of Paints. vllle, is the guest of her grandparents, S. II. Estes. Mr. and Airs. E. C. AlcWhorter. 100 foot tobacco bed; also an oak Air. Gilbert Devere and Miss Alftry book case with glass doors and changeBarnee, telepeone operator, visited able shelves for sale. Apply to friends in White Station Sunday. Will S. Embry. Now is the time to lay in your coal nty nice Poland for fall anil winter. Three grades for For China gilt and boars. All subject to sale by Hudson. Hughes & Farnau. register. Air. and Airs. Will Champ and daugh Mark Coins, Marksbury. Kv. ters, of Lancaster, spent Sunday with his parents, Air. and Airs. Jas. Champ. sorrel For Sale: One Mrs. Held Letr arid handsome, cons. pony, well broke; also one yearling Iteid Jr. and B. M. Jr. of Aliddlesboro, pony. Will nell cheap. are the guests of Air. and Airs. B. .AI. Miss Anna Belle Burnside. Lear. For Sale Some nice, young red Mr. Walker Guyn was host to a numcows, fresh and good milkers. Nice ber of his friends on Alonday at an sow and pigs. elaborate six oclocl: dinner, the occasJ. W. Elmore. ion being his birthday. Strayed from my place on Drake's Alessrs Luther Fish und Roy Estridge, Greek', May 7th., a black mare muk Airs. Vina AlcWhoiter and MIsa Sallie rqealy nose, 15 hands high und 4 yearn Woods motored to Richmond Thursday old. Will pay reward of $10 00 for for the Alay day exercises G. II. Hammond, her icturn, or wrltu Messrs Woods ami Robert Wulker R. F. D. No. 2, Crab Orchard. were in Richmond Friday for thedinner given the Kentucky Ited Berkshire As sociatiou by its president. Air. William Turlev. SALE FOR CITY TAXES Airs Edd Williamsentertalned a numOn Saturday June 3rd. 1916 at one ber of young folks Saturday evening in o'clock in front of the Court House In honor of her sister, Aliss Hettie WilLancaster, Ky., I will sell for cash so liams, delicious refreshments were much of the following described proper served. ty as will pay the city taxes for the The ladies have organized a "Nickel following years. Arnold, Lucy, It lot 1911 to 1915 $10.25 Club" and will meet with Mrs. Mid Ross Wednesday afternoon, Alay 24th Allen George 1 t lot 1911 to Alcorn Maneroal 1 1914 to 1915 3.75 at three o'clock, all members requested Ueasley Andy 1 1 lot 1911 to 1915 19.28 to be present. Air. and Mrs. Shea Hud children, Air. Roty, Ernest 1 t lot 1911 to 1915 15 25 Denton, Wm 1 t lot 1911 to 1915 14 25 and Mrs Walker AlcWliorter and Air. Dunn, Allen 1 t lot 1913 to 1915 18.00 Wm. t'entto), all f Lexington, were Faulkner, L 2 t lots 1911 to 1915 23.C7 guests of Air. and Mrj. E. C. AlcWlioHarris W. II. 1 t lot 1912 to 1915 13.60 rter on Sunday. Johnsoa Joe 1 t tot 1911 to 1915 23.08 The pie supper Riven by the boys of Johnson Wm 1 t lot 1911 to 1913 1107 the Baptist Sunday school on Friday Kavanaugh WltlotI9U to 1915 21.07 evei.ing at the school building was a Kaufman Mat. 1 1 lot 1911 to 1915 8.07 great success In every particular. The 9.39 nice sum of fSl being realized. Miller, Bessie 1 1 lot Nelson, John 1 t lot 1911 to 1915 42 61 Quito a number of the friendsof Aliss 6.60 Mattie Woods nuve received Newland Sara 1 t lot attractive Williams Jas2t lots 1913 to 1915 13.90 invitations to the Commencement s O. BUCK, M. C. L. of Madison Institute on Alay 21th, By E. T. Buck. Deputy M. C. L. Miss Woods being ono of the graduates. ' SALE:-Twe- Airs. S. P. Davis who has been ill is improving. Aliss Ida Hurte spent ' the week-enMr. W. K. Davis has purchased with her parents. Ford auto. Little Eugene Davis has been quite Mrs. Charley Coulter continues to sick but Is better. Improve slowly. Air. Wm. Early of Corbln is visiting Aliss Elizabeth Bryant Is visiting re! his uncle. Air. T. P. King. atives at Richmond. Aliss Lou Kuhlman was a visitor at Master Jack Williams Is suffering Logan Chapel School Wednesday. Aliss Madie Sallee of Silver Creek has with an attack of tonsilitis. been visiting Mrs Harvey this week. Airs. Hogan Ballard went to NicholasAir. AI. G. Lee and Master Emerson ville Tuesday for a short visit to Airs. Meadows were visitors in Lancaster. Morgan Sparks. Little Aliss Onta Lee Peyton Is visit Air. and Airs. II, G. Brooks went to Williamsburg Alonday to visit Judge R, ing her grandparents. Air and Mrs. V. Peyton. C Browning and family. Our flour in sacks or barrels Is guar Our flour in sacks or barrels la guar anteed to please vou. anteed to please you. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Air. Wm. Early and Aliss Ethel Alae Air. J. AI. Wigginton, of Richmond, Davis were guests of Aliss Abbie King was here last week in the interest of Sunday. the Alutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. Air. and Airs. John Simpson anddaugh Dr. and Airs. B. C. Rose, Air. and ter and Air. Jim Naylor, were the guests Airs. J. Hogan Ballard, and of Airs Henry Kuhlman the past week, Ballard attended the Shriners Banquet ailss Jessie Alae l'arks gave a pie at the Phoenix Hotel triday evening. supper at Logans Chapel school Thurs Air. and Airs. W.T. Woolfolk, Alisses day night. Quite a nett sum was rea Anna Loo and Marguerite Woolfolk, of lized. Lexington, motored over Sunday and Alisses Abbio King and Kthel Alae were the guests of Air. and Airs. J, Davis and Air. Wm. Early attended the Hogan Ballard. pie supper at Logan's Chapel Thursday Quite a large crowd attended the S, evening. Aliss Davis' pie brought the Sunday S Convention afternoon at highest price ot any sold. Aliss Clara Rett! who has been the Pleasant Grove. The programme was very interesting. Aliss huzu Ison attractive guest of her grandparents, presided as tha President. Aliss Eliza Air. and Airs. Wm Hurte Sr. left Thurs day for Richmond where she will spend beth was absent. a few days with her aunt, Airs. Ancil Parks before returning to her homu in Pittsburg Pa. d 1 May-m- Peruna." Those who object to fluid medicines can now procure Peruna Tablets. ak aj.st nuia n.i. bs.. i uruuj susiauo Imu a cl W2IOnM.nfil.Kr..aan cfcick nJw CtckM Ul. Utt WOT. tb. Mfj. Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Rr . :sv0::.fTr Diarrhoea tad Cstrtstttd sultry .UUIMawiat iw ml. .uSOctttllDrattUu. tJ by J. BtU. Crmt. OL, ,. C. C. & J. EStorr 6 MX.SM.rn M nil 'I Tires Effective-Effici- entTread a Wo havo produced in the United Slates 'Chain' tire, that we sincerely believe to be the most anti-ski- d effective, efficient, high-grad- e casing in the world at its price. new A FEW DROPS OF BOURDON POULTRY CURE fa th drink In water Makes Heat Uj Amazingly Lure a Koup, Cold, Cholera. Limbcrnock Irevrcta Sick Deal. Oar 50c bottlo make a 12 irallont of modlclna. At dra? manor DymaJipoatpaio. vaiu abla poultry book free. I0UU01 ftOUflT CO, lixtailtB, Ij. Sold by The 'Chain 'Tread is so scientifically, so conscientiously made that in it there is absolutely no dancer of a loose tread, or of disintegration under the tread. ft is strong, durable, reliable, good to look every respect it is far ' mightier than the road.' at In J. It. Mount, Son & Co. 1915'-10.6- 1 WALL PAPER lK Professor Redd pr I will To you who want a tire that is effective, efficient in the highest sense a tire that sells at prices which make it one of the most unusual values now offered to motorists a tire which has continued to increase in sales by leaps and bounds wo most heartily recom. mend the United States 'Chain' Tread Tire. l to th room, wlut clot&ca r to ton. It rUct tb Ut of h occupant tjui 4tUukt thlr tociI tUrulini. (No. 439058) United States Tire Company 'Chain' Ml, M 1 Alfred Peats "Prize" Wall Papers art mIkIm! for tktlr mUtic ttU dcortU worth ud vtry pattern will liva iufc boa no nuttir h price. l Impact thtts) Wtutiful tltilin la tS rooms to bm paptraj. h only tti way, stand this registered short horn hull at my place near Point Lcavell, 'Usco' li. 'Nobby' u 'Royal Cord' 'Plain' "Individualized Tires" ! BIIM ,fc :i n n....i.m- - At $2.00 Gash. This handsome animal is by Polled Kins. .177390, dam My Bri- Inl Rose 1039G8. V 1912-13-- -15 1912-14- -16 Tha book. 'Home Daoomtioa," aKowi how Ihey look upon th wail. 4 Laxie eaartaeat et dtatiaa aa4 color? lafe, at popalar ptcaa. tlaUe choarfaUy tVraUW. exer-cise- WHITE & RIDDLE. Paint Lick, Ky. J. W. HILL A complete stock of United States Tires carried by 10 2mo. pd. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. The Central Record, Thursday May 81,1916 Robert Mitchell. .John S. Duster & Son. SEASON OF 1010 A SXiaWAAAAJAj m ""''ajaaj COMBINED STALLION. WVW 9 - fVfl - -J B Stop At The Bourbon Stable at Fair Grounds. Robert Mitchell, I'hono 450. Knight, 308O. a MITCHELL. Ilnrrodflinrrf. Kentucky, Burgin Ex. John S. Buster, Phone 37-- I "- CARDS. VSJVWa VajajajBj BaBBBBBapaj BBByfaBBBJBBBa Gait House When In Louisville. EUROPEAN PLAN. BUSTER Dr. Wm. Office D. Pryor, Bourbon Knight 3080. llourbon Knight 3080, chestnut stallion; blaze and four white feet. Sired by llourbon Chief No 1C0C; he by Clark Chief No. 89, by Membrino Chief No.ll by Membrino Paymaster. 1st dam, Estello Oillcspio No. 4.WI by Wilson King No. 219C. 2d dam by Joe lllackburn. 3d dam by 1'cter Halcorn No. 3212. llourbon Knight No. 3080 Is n beautifu chestnut with white markings, standi ir.3 full; will weigh 1,100. Ilia manners are perfect. Harness and saddle extreme flnlah and style; action high, atraight and fast. In presenting this horse to the public we know that lie is no lottery for he sires extreme finish, and of the show horse typo, llourbon Knight has proven himself a great show horse in all company nnd breed, lie has proven that he is worthy of his ancestry. Ilreeilers of saddle horses rarely have the opportunity to breed to a stallion uf ruch blood lines ard as much class at the small fee of Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Ralney s Livery Stable. Lancaster, Kentucky GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service Meets Trains. and Lpw Price. Free Auto-Bu- s Turkish and Electric Bathes. Write for Reservations. J. GREENBERG, Manager. if. W.Morrow, Grmhutlc Optician (liana rilled, Ka"lcl ,1, i.u.rantMd. $25.00 To Insure a Living Foal. BLEUCHER 46158. 190C. Will make the season of 1910 at the Fair Grounds, Harrodsburg, Ky. Money due at birth of colt or when mare is parted with or bred to another horse. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any Hay Stallion 1G hands, stnr, left hind ankle while, fine style and action. occur. will make the season of 19IG at my barn at Hnckler, Kentucky, at HIGH PRESTON 6846 He 922, Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. Buster & Mitchell, Harrodsburg. 1916 $10. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. H. Paint Trial 2:141. ncconl Hnlf Brother to Luis Watts (2) 2r271. Trotter, Drown Stallion, about IS hands, foiled .Standard Registered Vol. 18. . hKlKT ilamaolM. to 10 o L. HfMl Klm'J, mi.m tira i:v .. ., lllhl 13W)i. llrlililllilit f.ui'(. liaik Win. jj lteor t:lH ilrrat lirooit Marr. I Iflr.iit III r Hark Mi. Cl7 it. !:)(. ValI."i4.fi. Htiawtor tarn;. Mn.'ltw JmuyUlair ., ll.rrr nl l.damt nlhu xlri llrooi Kmroa ', Nir.tul II. II Ml. i1!, Zarrlnw llr.al tnit mar, lirnoa trnffi, Hf Norwood Udr H.lllirnnk Ilarnu Wlli.KM. 3:1. 1:10, rl. OI.ro ' Mnko II IW Hit of lunula U lam 01 Ula W.tll IS! JtfTW IIMichrr tavi. hall It. UlTt mil dI l.lrr in Hlltnl Hrook isn't. Mtmrieo id N. n.llr (Hay York. I rerun ailte n.lle II) Mm Hllk III I oU. Qui-r- :),. Hire of II In 1:10. He. F.tli.l. II Htratliuwre 40. Iam of Hump. tresi,. i Wllkt. Nuiarul V.1.J; . I Hlrenl llarl Wilkr. Half Hl.l.r to Cll.nl J.nnr Cla- ll)r ll.rrr Hl.r U ItloailXM'f. ItrtlilloClar Ham of Pll.nt hrook lllIrtM.. an. l.lllj I'lajr 1.1"', . llrddleClar l dam of I'm. trllS. ic. urJti,. iw Muiie HIGH I'RESTON G840 sired by Carroll I'reston, 4383. he by Preston by Washington 54, by fronwell 73. by Washington Denmark. Carroll l'rcston's 1st dam Baby Pence 7019, by Enoch Ardcn, 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont For The Season of Forrest 2SC3, 3rd dam Daughter of GarrarJ Chief 22C3. 4th dam Gray Eagle. Lick, Kentucky. I offer public service, the splendid Individual and royally bred young com HIGH PRESTON G3IG 1st dam was Queen Eagle, she by King Eagle bined Saddle and Harness Stallion 2550, he bv Royal King 2555, ho by Ontime 745, he by Stomewall Jackson 72 M. Casey, I). V. HI, Royal King's 1st 'Jam Mollio Mountz 2581, was by the noted tire Cabbells Lex ington. F. S. King Eaglo'a 1st dam Hip 3o79, she by Eagle Ilird, he by Old King Eagle 750, 2nd dam Red Linn, 3rd dam Harris Denmark 45, 4th dim by Jim Hell. to a Living Colt. fee of HIGH PRESTON C8IG 2nd dam Lady Hird. she b Eagle Bird 1014, 3rd Study his pedigree. Easter Prince CC30 will stnnd for mares at my barn dam Mollie Drennon she by Old Drennon, 4th dam Copper Bottom nnd runs Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary back to old Davy Crockett 323G. Thoroughbred. in Lincoln County, on the Hustonville and Danville I'ikc. College. Care taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any Also at the same time and place will 1 he Insurance is forfeited If mare is sold or traded 01 urcu KENTUCKY occur, DANVILLE. to another my fine Jack, stand horse. Hreed your mares to this horse and get colts that wilt sell for the high dollar. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Atthejlow Easter Prince $15.00 6636 John Insure Veterinary Surgeon. The Best Blood of the Chiefs and Denmarks Blended. KASTF.R I'ltlNCK foaled 1913. G3GC. C. C. Morgan 4665 to Insure a Living Tor Hrown colt, star. 2 hind feet white, 15.3 hands At $7.00 Horse Colt J. ft. Beazlev Silent Hrook 1970!), 2:lCi, aire of Hilly llurk 2:03. Meadow II rook 2:0Ci, Shawbay 2rt)7, Zarrine 2:07f. Hetty Hrook 2:09, Kmma Hrook 2:09j. I.ady Hellbrook 2:10, llutter Hrook 2:10, Silent Brigade (2) 2:10, Margaret Bathgate (4) 2:11, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, also produced Iteddie Clay nnd wa grandam of True 2:21 J. Moko 21457, sire of Fe'eno 2:05 (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Itrenda Yorke (3) (Kuturity winner) (5) 2:01, Native Hello (2) 2:07J (Futurity 2.-0- 2.r, . winner) (3) 2.-0- (champion .l.year-old'filly- ,) Manricn (3) 2.-0- (futurity ner.) Silver Silk (4) Susie N. (3) '2M (Kuturity winner.) Gomoko Mobel 21101. Mochoiter 2:101, Momatter 2:11. Siliko (3) 2:11 (Futurity winner) etc. Sired dam of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion.) Vito ( I) Martha Tipton (4) 0'Neil (3) 2:131, etc Brother to Humps 2:03. Haron I). 2:10, etc. Hleucher 4615S, record 2S3J, trial mile 2:1 If. half in 1:0(1. last quarter in 32 seconds, is n handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. He greatly resembles his good sire Silent Hrook nnd is out of Clayo, by tho great ' Kuturity sire Moko. Foreign demand has exhausted the supply nnd we may expect better prices for our horses In the future. Our advice to maris owners Is to breed their mares and to breed them to stallions of merit nnd proven worth as sires. Uleuch After a careful consideration, 1 hava finally consented to allow 'my fourer is just the type to produce tho colts that will supply the demand. His colts have proven fine, with nice head and neck and plenty of bone ondconlormation. year-ol- d chestnut stallion. Artist I'eavine by Kentucky I'eavine 2S89 to serve a This great trotting Stallion will make tho season of 1916 at my' stable in limited number of approved mares at Lancaster, Kentucky, at by Prince Koe 4295, dam Duchess of Denmark 2510, dam of Madison King 2979, champion of Texas. I'rince Hoe 4295 by Hourbon I'rinc 2144, dam Netlette Dare 6787. Duchess of Denmark 2510 by Duke of Denmark 7J5. dam Helen It. 373. Hourbon I'rince 2144 by Hourbon Chief 97G, dam Hose Scott 2822 by Dolan Denmark 408. Netlette Dare G787 by Chester Dare 10, dam daughter of King Denmark 445. Duke of Denmark 795 by Gen. win- Duke 1002, dam daughter of Fayette Denmark CO. Helen H. 373, by Abe Van , 2:10. Meter dam daughter of Waxy. C3CC, Kaster I'rince and $8.00 Mare Colt. FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence I'hono 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. Stewart Sandidge, Moreland, Ky Morgan is a blnck Jack, with white points, 15 hands high, coming seven years old nnd has proven himself a good breeder. tj. Morgon by John Morgan. Jr., 3705, was sired by John Morgan, he by is out ot an imported Jen net. John Morgan, Jr., out of Jennet by Joe Blackburn, he by 3rd Prince, he by 2nd Prince, he by Imp Prince, 1st dam Daisy by Dixie, she by Irvin Dixie by Kick a poo, 2nd dam Mollie Gray by Lord Wellington, 3rd dam by Importer Dam Ueechcr Jennet. A Hen retained on all colts for service. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Three Brown JVlanley CULTIVATORS to close out at cost. G. C. COX. Phone 229. Manse,Ky o V. A. Wheeler Artist Peavine. J. F. Foley, Hackley. Ky KENTUCKY OmceHourat--r- M. K. BfiDDj ami Doctors Of Dental Snrgery. $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. GENTLEMAN 5167. OClco: Siormea BulldliifoT'r Hart & Ander $15. To Insure a Living Colt. LANCASTER. oa'i urnunre dtore. KENTUCKY; Hy 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 disI will also stand this beautiful Shet cussion of the merits of this excellent horse, but a careful perusal of his pedi land Stallion for the season of 1016 at gree will convince you, without a suggestion from mc, that few horses in the my atable in Lancaster, Ky.. at State of Kentucky are his' equal. This horse is by Kentucky I'eavine 2889, and out of a mare, Artie Rose, $10. To Insure A Liiiag Coll. Register No. 11893, she by Kentucky's? Artist. The tntire pedigree on both I 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 Garden. Write for free Cntalofiue. am prepared to take care of on grass at 10 centa n day. mares sides (and he is royally bred) is in my hands for Inspection and will take great I.ien re pleasure in showing you this horse and his pedigree. J. Nevin Carter, Stanford. Fruitand ShadeTifies Strawberry Plants, Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies No Agts Everything for Orchard. Lawn and tained on colts for service fee. Money duo when mare Is traded or parted with. accidents but not responsiblo should any occur. Care taken to prevent SEASON OF 1916. Two Miles West of Lancaster on New Danville Pike, The following stock will make the season McCreary and six miles East of Lancaster. at my stable, one mile East of H.F.Hillenmeycr & Sons. Lexington, 1811. W. B. BURTON, Phone 95. Lancaster, Ky. Nal-ot- NABOTH, JR. is tt rich red bay, C years old nnd full 10 hands high, weighs 1225 iwunds and is a horse of wonderful beauty, having a long, rangy neck and carrying a fine tail. He is a perfect galled horse with superb ull round action and liko all sons of old Naboth he has greut nature speed in harness. As is generally known there is a scarcity of good horses, and those suitable for the Eastern market bring fancy prices. If the breeders "would raise 'Number-one- " horses they must take the mares to the right kind of sires. Naboth, Jr., be yond all doubt is a horse that will produce the type of horses that the market demands, and for which the public Is willing to pay high prices. He has size, style, action, beauty and breeding. If like begets liko you can get the right kind of horses by breeding to Ntboth. Jr. You will note that this Stallion has tho blood of Old Naboth, 10. Old Messenger Chief, lU'd Wilkes, George Wilke9, Manibrino Chief, l'ilot. Jr., and Harry Clay. Sire DorseyGold Dust, UlmJlil UULi VliOl to insure aJZ05Z,dam living colt Peavine 85. Will stand at ?10. I will also stand a good four year old Kentucky. 191b' nADODV TsTTdT Ji. TD REX McD. 6597 Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 16 hands high. Iti'i pciimark HID.. Jr., Percheron Stallion, at $10.00 to insure a living colt. 'I Mire ltd Ma Pouald KM 3 95 H ,Lucy Mack :IMI.. (Crlgler lenmtrk. bj Bur of (bo Vit Ulrril M. Hack Mar bjr OI.I Hlar Pavla ion. rmrn- - ix.T. i hi mwiii in ii ii ii 11 mm warn persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful law. Hunters and: lest extent of Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N B Price ft. L. Elkln W. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. C. Arnold. James G. Conn. ing; to all POSTED The undersigned hereby (pre t'. Drill Ito.u Drill llella.TlIt I HOB iMoiiln 1 I - f. .... 113 UC.l . .... 1 4th dun be seen bv the iiedigree that this horse belongs to u family of Ir champions, his siro. Hex McDonald Being tho world's champion of champions. On his dam'a Ido he traces to Montrose who was champion for eighteen years. This horse has the finest shoulders und withers that I have ever seen, ar.l.ndi.1 l.nn.. hort back. His neck, head nnd ears ore In the right place. i... hu !... aliiniMer motion and hock action of uny horso that I havo ever had in my stable. Mi.li w b lmw horse in hurness as well as under tho saddle. You .un nn n,.bu . ,l.tk In breediin; vour good marcs to this ho'rse. Ho 'will make the season hf Aarlon lVuDlns- Dulul'li Chlt flalu K0. Mare by Moia Ilo.e M by Drennon. Pedigree. he by Wuliingham, 2100, sire of 'Naboth. Jr.. by Naboth, Latitude 2:19 and several others In tho list. Wnlsingham by George Wilkes. Old Nuboth's first dam, Tinsel by Messenger Durock 10G son of Second dam, Hess sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hnmbletoniaii. Third dam, .lessio Sayre by Harry Clay 45. Fourth dam by Liberty, son of 10010-2:19. 1 1 amble-tonia- rn 1 .u im-'- Lance, by American Eclipse. , Naboth Jr., will be kept during the season of 1910 at my stable near Hryantsvillo on the J. II. Dunn farm and will be permitted to serve mares at tho very low price of C. Morgan. J. V. Bland. Long Bros J. II. and W. S. Weaver W. 1 West. J. Booth Sutton. W. L Lawson and son. Howard Klnir. Miss Carrie Boulden, J. II. Rlgsby, John Richardson. J. C. Rlgsby. A. C. Mile.. J. B. Woods. II. Thompson, Jno. M. Farra. David Steven. B. L. Kelly. S. C. Kigsby. Frank Thompson. D. M. Anderson. J. II. Thompson. Davis Sutton AD) and ISourne. Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Uavo Dudderar Bland. Jerry We will add other names for 23 cent J. cash. . At $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. I will also $10.00 To at Insure a Living Colt. Are You a At the same tune and place, I will stand my fine Jack, stand my walking stallion, a to PAUT IT A $8.00 to Insure a living horse colt and $10.00 to Insure a living mare colt. living colt. $25. for Jennet Napolion Jr., has proven a great breeder as all of his colts show for them ALBERT, ono of the best CLYDESDALE stallions In Ken I'ltlNCE stand my beautiful spotted pony, tucklwill also make the season at my barns at tho low price of $10.00 to In Kselves. Also at same time wjll FOR HORSE MULE & $8. FOR HARE. atiM.lllvIni? colL This Is the kind to breed to for mule mares and farm horses. to Living Colt. BEECIIER Kt the same time and place will also stand two extro good JACKS at 'U-on all colts until season money Is paid. Mares transferred I retain a to insure living colts. All this stock will make tho present season 110 I am prepared to care for stock from a distance at reasonable prices, but or bred elsewhere, forfeits Insurance and must bo paid at once. Care taken to ai mtViirm near 1'alnt Lick. Ky. no responsibility assumed for accidents or escapes of stock committed to my care prevent accidents, but nut resHnsIble should any occur, l'iione SGl-IIlares will be kept on grass at reasonnuie raies unu evriy .ui IBkVii iu prevti accidents, but will not ue responsiuie snoum any ucur. Y BOYD. At $10. To Insure Living Colt NAPOLEON, JR., $10. Insure tniLr MrULLUll N0RGAB6. iNirP nAT D1A7 atStO. UlU insure Shelbark Jr., at w larOi The Woman's Tonic FM (ALE AT AIL N. W. ROGERS. Phone4Pint Uck Exchange. L. TEATER, BRYANTSVILLE, KY. WALKER BRADSHAW, at Horses, Jacks and Jennets for sale all fines. Paint LICK, KeMUCKy. I with to thank my friends for their patronage pi the past and ask for a continuance of tame during this season. McCREAItY, KENTUCKY. L . wrv 5 The Central Record, Thursday May 18 1916. ITTirOTEM GIES FBTI de "ill Find More BOOSTEES for ARNOLD BUG than any other. You Will Find More ARNOLD Buggy Buggies in use than any other High-Gra- I WE DO BUSINESS ON THE I We do business on the square and back up everything we say by facts. On the level we do not misrepresent our goods. There are few, if any, buggies built toda as good as Arnold's. Remember that we build the best buggy and sell it direct to the consumer, saving all the middle men's profit, also the expense of crating, freight, drayage and drummers. We don't make harness, but we handle a number of the leading brands. We will sell at actual wholesale cost, any harness in the house, when you purchase a buggy. The fact is, we mean to deal SQUARE. I square with you, notxlaiming to own or control a harness factory, neither have we a number of buggy factories, but on the square, we sell the best buggy that can be bought for the money and we are truly proud of the reputation that Arnold Buggies have made. R. M. AR NOLD, Well Known Composers of Band Music on the Program of Our Chautauqua New Crop of Jokes. The gas rango killed the stovepipe Joko, but we got a new crop with the Oreless cooker. New Fllllno for Teeth. Somebody baa Invented a glorious new fllllrg for teeth. If It can beat a Begmont of pie, such as mother used to make, tha laventor needs a medal. Highly Excitable. "Drown Is rather an excitable chap. Isn't hot" "I should say he Is! Why. ho almost got n stroko of apoplexy the other night while watching a chess Danville, Ky. e tournament.' His Lone Opportunity. With nil the humorists at lerse In this country, a more paragrapher can never hope to be asked to go as a war correspondent, but some day they may exhaust all the other ciaoes ot writing folk and ah his opinion Ot Stubbleflcld'a favorite pipe mixture;. Milwaukee Journal. Recipe for Longevity. A nonagenarian advises the reading of newspapers and keeping youtbtu, company as a recipe for longevity. He bclioves In lengthening life by refus ing to grow old. There Is much sound philosophy In this theory of keeping young,' for, even It It does not lead to the century mark. It makes every moment of lifo worth living. 9 Q i 9 9 & m Good grade, well manuafactured, 9 9 9 9 i I 9 9 G Lumber, Laths and various building materia), just unloaded. Prize Package of Age. Statistics havo bcon furnished to provo that the college girl sponds S7 per cent of her money upon necessities as against 8 per cent for pleasures and luxuries. With tha faco and figure of a Venus and thu thrift and common sense of a Orlselda, the col lego girl of tbo present Is going to bo the prlzo packago of the age. V Plaster, Lime, Brick, Cement, Scr eenings,Sa $ J I CLAY SMITH ANO G E. HOLMES. BMlTn Rllj G' R IMP iiuiuu'K, wjiu are iu uu uu mo Chautauqua program hero lu the Smith - bprtuj; Holmes Company, ire artWt.i on uiunlvul 'rast only but they are ulo wldsly cr,AT s.-e- known as composers of band music and of compositions for wood Instruments. Mr. Kmlth's compositions number forty and those of Mr. Holmes sixty, besides twenty-fou- r sets of saxophone quartets and many duets, solos ud trios. Lancaster, Ky., June 2nd to 7th. parts of antimony and adding a little magnesium carbonate to Increase the weigh . It is said that this alloy can be drawn, wrought and solderod very much like gold, and that it also receives and retains a golden polish. It Is worth something like 25 cents a pound. Substitute for Cold. A substitute for gold Is obtained by combining 91 parts ot copper with six 9 9 9 9 9 A car of Cement to arrive at an early date. Start your tobaccogrowing early, push the growth with high grade fertilizer, harvest the crop early before heavy dews and get that color that makes your tobacco sell at 25 and 30 cents a pound, it pays. Talk with us about feeding hogs. We put fat on the hog at 44 cents a pound and at a rate of nearly 2 pounds per day. Actual results. Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-- F 13 All Occasions. or 83. AH Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. To Soften Pecan Shells. Almost all housewives know how very hard it is to crack pecan nuts. Pour boiling water over the nuts and allow them to stand tightly covered for five or six hours. The nut meats may then be extracted easily without a traco or 'tbo bitter lining ot the nut. Use nut crackers and crack lightly all around the nuts. The work is quickly done and is not at all like the old Prompt Attention. tedious process of picking out the meats from the dry nuts. The meats nearly always corns cut wkols. lervey Paint 9.9 Lick, Kentucky w ood