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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 25, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916052501_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 25, 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. E CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWKNIT SEVENTH TEAR. LANCASTER. KY.t THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 25. 1916. Hand Us That $. HISTORIC GAVEL. ticket Mr. It. It. liaison cherishes with some degree of pride, the ownership of a gavel given twenty-fiv- e years ago, by the late Gen, W. J, Landram, upon his retirement as chairman of the State Central and Executive Committee. The gavel bears data of May 20th. 1891, at which time waa held In Lexington, the Republican State Convention, Gen, Landram then being chairman. At thla tame convention he was defeated for the Chairman, by the Hon. John W. Yerkes, of Danville and marked his advent into the political arena of the Republican party. NUMBER 8. TO REMOVE STREET OIL I have a preparation that will jemove readily, the street oil from your cara or floors. Call me at Roman's carriage ahop. Sam II. Jennings. You Will Need a Buggy m Huy your season Chautauqua now. N House for rent, for rest of tlila year. desirable location, I'hone 43. Thla will be the beat Chautauqua we have ever had which la saying a great deal. and of course will want one to give satisfac tion. Look at our DECORATION DAY. GUSTENSLAGER and If you want Strawberries by the crate,, Ration, half gallon or quart, phone Walton E. Mota. Just for wholesome goodness' aake try Stone'a "Golden Sumbeam" Cake. Deals those mother used to make. lOe at Curreys grocery. Doth general and local anesthetics mielatered. Dr. M. S. Hatfiield, Dentist I'hone 5. Office over Garrard Dank. Lancaster, Ky ad- Exercises will be held at the Lancas ter cemetery Sunday afternoon. May 28 at 2:30 o'clock under the auspices of tho Odd Fellows lodge. The public is cordially invited to attend ard every member of the order In good standing is requested to be present and take a part in the exercises. SUNDAY bcreen Doors and Windows REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOXES AND ICE CREAM FREEZERS. a POST before buying. IBS BUGGY - BACCALAUREATE To High School Graduates SERMON Next Sunday SCHOOL ATTENDANCE. 13 They look well and last well. a complete line of Harness and We have prices are right. We carry a complete line of Paints, Oils and Varnishes. Your business appreciated. 3jj g1 Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. I! f I I s Jitney IE Strawberries are Now In Season! 1 trawberry hortcake uggestion. APPETIZING full-ripe, STOl I (!) Sunday schools last Sun day: Manse, 75; Presbyterian, 80; It li surprising how people will re With the preaching of the Baccalau Christian, 2IC; Buckeye Baptist, 90; gard with Indifference all appeals to reate sermon at the school Auditorium Fairview, 79; Hyattsville. 74; Mt. cltan up their yards', and will hasten to next Sunday morning, by Dr. W. A. Hebron Baptist, 1IG; Baptist, 88; Meth do 80 the moment some neighbor be Ganfield, of Centre College, tho comodist. C2. gins to fix up his. mencement exercises of the Lancaster Graded and High School will have openThe short skirt will' continue to be ed and an Interesting program will be BLUE GRASS SEED worn next fall, according to the report held each day thereafter until the final of the Style Committee of the National closing next Wednesday evening. All CROP SHORT. Cloak, Suit and Skirt Manufacturers the entertainments will take place at Reports now Indicate that the Blue Association, adopted at the annual con- the school Auditorium and the public is Grass seed crop will be one of the vention which met In Cincinnati last cordially invited. week. The first on the program will be the shortest In years. It Is reported that play by the Seniors, which will take almost all of the blue grass pastures place Friday evening. This promises have been taken heavily with whits NEW REEL WAGON. to bo the best that any previous class clever and that on this account the The citv has just purchased a new have ever attempted and a good crowd blue grass has been smothered out to a hose wagon for the fire, department, will turn out on this happy occasion. Urge extent. The extreme dry weathwhich will easily carry one thousand "An Evening of I'laya" Is announced er for the past month has also Injured feet of hose. Thla is a lone felt want for Saturday evening, at 8 o'clock. the crop very materially. and will pay for Itseff In the care of The Baccalaureate Sunday sermon the hose in a few years. morning; Operetta by Grades, for Mon SCARCITY OF day evening; I'ia.io Recital, by Miss Morning. The following attendance i reported at the various k Lawn Hose and Lawn Mowers. We are making special prices on these goods for the next ten days. 3 Haselden Lancaster, - Bros., Kentucky Wholesale and Retail Hardware. lOcts. DELICIOUS. a I The Whites Station base ball team took the measure of the Ilerea team last Saturday, defeating them by a score of 9 to 7. J. Sterling Herron, of local fame, playi-- d with the winners and we have no doubt that he was responsible I I ! I Take one of Stone's Silver Slice Cakes, split it lengthwise luscioui berries the result will be a and fill' with revelation to you. We hiive tried it mid find that Sliver Slice lends itself perfectly for use with ony strawberry combination. The color is most pleasflavors blend nicely nnd the contrast . ing and tempting. c--f i $ 1 Theo Buns, Currey. Thursday and Friday. i ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at The Tvuriiavi UJ for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks 1BE. E S Save Your Money and SAVE YOUR TOBACCO BY USING THE Bemis PLANTER. Tobacco will mature three weeks earlier and plants will grow off at once. SOLD BY C W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. 1 MMfrBJirfSftH Noticing the scarcity of English sparrows and knowing Major Jim Burn- side to be a close observer of anlmrl, vegetable and mineral life, we asked him the cause. He tells us that oiling r E DC the streets is the direct cause, the tor their victory. sparrows gettting the oil on their feet SEE and then on their eggs will not allow their eggs to hatch, he also says many STATE CONVENTION YOUNG FOX. leave town for the country as soon as Three small red .fox attracted the at Goes Through With A United Democracy the oil is spread in order to get their tention of a number of people to the dust baths. Thus we see the oil abates Robinson Committeemen From Stale window of Davidson &. Tomlinson last not only the dust and fiy nuisance but Monday. They wero caught recently the English sparrows as well. by Mr. Hayden Leavell and teemed to on all classes of property. Also growers of Hemp & Tobacco take their captivity like kittens. They INTERESTED AND IN Promptly at one o'clock yesterday, were nearly half grown. Lancaster. Kentucky. Judge S. W. Hager, of Owensboro, as 111 l Chairman of the State Central and ii ii TERESTING VISITORS. NEW WATER FILTER. Executive Committees, called to order On last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Clar The Lancaster Dairy and Ice Co., the Democratic State Convention in ence Williamson, Dr. and Mrs. have just completed at considerable Woodland Park, Lexington. McFarland, motored over from filter for The hall was filled to its capacity Lexington spending a few hours with cost, a new and with delegates from every one of the their plant. This company has already Mr. and Mrs. Will Lackey and the established a reputation for the best 100 legislative districts in Kentucky. family of Judge R. A. Burnside, reUpon the call for nominations ice In the state and can now boast of for turning to Lexington after lunch in the the purest water from which it is made temporary chairman, former Congress- evening. man W. D. Kimball, of Lexington, proMrs. Williamson will be remembered posed Gov. Stanley for temporary preas "Genie" Dunlap and Dr. McFarland CHAUTAUQUA TICKETS. siding officer, after taking occasion to as "Lannle JUcrarland when they RFATITV Those who pledged last year for welcome the delegates to Lexington, he visited so often the home of their paid an ejoquent tribute to Gov. StanChautauqua tickets, arc asked to call Gen, and Mrs. W. J. $5 at the National Hank and atk for Mr. ley and his public services. Landrum. Mrs. Williamson is now an f A big demonstration following his sc rTitp Etrbrv who will aurrender your pledge active church worker and club womtn i upon the receipt of the price of the mention of the Governor's name. Is in Lexington while Dr. McFarland Gcvtrnor Stanley was chosen by ac un eminent New York, M. D., yet they tickets. Do this at once for the com Mid-Summ- er mittee is anxious to close up all pledges clamation as temporary chairman of Both retain an interest and love in their the convention and he was immediately childhood friends, also evincing pride in this week. escorted to the stand amid rousing every improvement and a deep love for Will Appeal to You. Come and Inspect Them cheers from the delegates as he made Lancaster. PRIZE HOGS. Govhis appearance upon the stage the keyA splendid likeness of W. D. Denny's ernor Stanley then delivered prize winning Kentucky Red Rerkshirc note speech of the convention, which MONTGOMERY sow, Anna Hell, appeared in last Sat was said to have been the best effort Mr, of his life. The entire program of the urday's Farmers Home Journal. HERE MONDAY, Denny is meeting with remarkable sue convention was carried out to a letter Mingling with the court day crowd cess with these popular hogs and only as outlined in the early morning meetMonday was Hon Charles F, recently he shipped two pair to Stanley ings. J. E. Robinson withdrew his here last Montgomery, of Casey, who is a can which he received a fancy nurno as delegate to the National conN. V., for vention from the Eighth district and didate for the Democratic nomination price. He was made Executive Committeeman for congress from this district. highly pleased with the warm re G C Wulker was from the BROOCH FOUND. of this city was made alternate dele- ception be received here and made many friends, many of whom had never met After seeing the advertisement in gate from this district. The program him before. In the afternoon a strong tho Centtwl Itecord for the lost brooch of the convention and the committeeorganization was formed in the interest belonging to Mrs. II. J. Mcltoberts, of men selected was as follows. Temjwrary Chairman Gov. A. 0. of his coming campaign and a working Stanford, It was returned to the owner committee was perfected in every pre. by Miss Ida Hurt, who had accidentally Stanley, Henderson. Permanent Chairman Attorney Gen- clnct in the county, with Mr. James In front of tho millinery atore found It Clark as its chairman. of Mrs. Itella Arnold Francis. Mrs. eral Mills M. Logan, Edmonson. While not on the ground In person, Secretary Eli Berry, Owensboro. Mcltoberts is deeply grateful to tin Hurvey Helm, were Sergeant Oscar Vest, Cur- - the friends of Hon. finder, for the pin was n very valuable also active in his interest and to a man rollton. one and highly prized by the o.viior. beNational Committeeman Gen. Wil "up a tree" it locks as if the race tween these two gentlemen will be a Ham B. Huldemun, Louisville. They will save in insurance on your house, for they LARGE BERRIES. county. Chairman State Committee Judge close one, at least in this can't burn. And in addition they are permanent, weatherWalton E. Moss, who has made an Charles A. Hardin, Harrodsburg. If proof, fine in appearance and inexpensive. Delegates-at-Larg- e to National Con- CHILDREN EMPLOY enviable reputation as a strawberry For Sale by 2 ruiser, would send n sample of his pro. vention Gov. Stanley, Senator Ollie duct to the Louisville Post berry con M. James, Marlon; Senator J. C. W. MENT DURING VACATION test, we have no doubt but what he Beckham, Frankfort: former United Local Contractors or Cortriftht Metal Roofing Co. would carry off the honors, judging Senator Johnson M Camden, Versailles; The problem of finding useful occu Philadelphia, Pa. 50 North 23rd Street. from a sample basket he left at this former Gov. James B. McCrearv, Rich- pation for children during vacation begins to worry parents as the school oftlco today. They are the finest ever mond; Mayor John II. Buschemeyer, Though the and our entire force Is grateful to him Louisville; Lieut. Gov. James Black, year draws to a close. for a basxet each from his first picking Barbourville, and Judge Allie Young at youngsters are supposed to suffer from Morehead. strain of school life, they often get e Hal S. Corbott, more tired and nervous during vaca GOOD MEETING. Paducah, and former Congressman tlon. Some useful occupation for part time serves as a balance wheel to till Those who attended the meeting at Frank Hopkins, Preatonsburg. regulated activity. Kxecutlve Committeeman-at-Larg- e A SHORT TRIAL Mt. Hebron last Sunday morning and The United States bureau of educa evening are loud In their praise with Joseph Robinson, Lancaster. of the checking system will convince you of these two points: Central Commltteeman-a- t - Large-Geo- rge tion recommends that in each school the entertainment they received at the It is a time saver. there be one teacher who has practi B. Martin, Cattlettsburg. . hands of these hospital people on that It is a money saver. This Committee-Sena- tor cal knowledge about gardening. Chairman Resolutions TIME and MONEY are your two most valuable assets. day. There are no better people in the teacher should be employed through Ollie M. James. county than those around Mt. Hebron Why not conserve both of them by Immediately opening a check acChairman Organization Committee-Jud- ge out the year. She should help pupils and while about sixty guests were welcount at this bank. It will cost you nothing. select seed, visit gardens and assenv S. W. Hager, Owensboro. comed in their various homes, more e Member Resolutions ble children in groups for instruction than twice this number could have Congressman J. Campbell in this work. been accomodated and made welcome Committee Many lawless ways disappear with Cantrill, Georgetown, In their homef. OK LANCASTER, KY. Permanent Organization regular tasks. Once a boy has seen Member The singing of the Bolt Sitters, of Ashland, was warmly received and from Fifth DIatrict Judge J i vines P. his fruits and vegetables robbed by J. J. WALKEIt. Vlcn Preat. B. F. HUDSON. President some youngster, he gets the owner's added very much to the success of the Edwards, Louisville, Job J. Walker. Jr., W. 0. P.ICNEY, Asa't Cash'r, point of view. Atter that, stealing Member Resolutions Committee from meeting. The preaching was done by W. F. CUAMF. Cashier. Swager things from a neighbor does not seem A. L. Gates of Danville, assiated by Fifth funny and glorious. Shelley. Louisville. Key. Hangers, of Cincinnati. BASE BALL. Webb's pupils, Tuesday evening; Junior I'iano Recital and Chorus, by pupils of Misses Brashear and Anderson, is announced for Wednesday afternoon, at two o'clock; The address to graduates, by Dr. J. 1,. Hill, of Georgetown and the awarding of diplomas will conclude the exercises next Wednesday evening. ENGLISH SPARROWS. BfrgJlfrfrrSM IP 3G3E EkfllORE & HOPPER For Insurance rii nrJ Lan-dru- grand-parent- r i tumuli mil rii uuusii wuiiuuu rr vuu AIM ATTPAfTWFNF tt 5 d Hats $ MRS RELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS, f State-at-Larg- Electors-at-Larg- Capital $50.000. Surplus $50.000. State-at-Lurg- Wjie Citizens National Bank r. District-Congress- man I II The Central Record, Thursday May 25 1916. Russian Count and Escaped Political! Exile From Siberia to Tell of His Thrilling Experiences at Our Forthcoming Chautauqua '. pound. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Nccl visited her Stlth Noe Is at Wilmore visiting his mother Mrs. Nick Schooler at Kirks-vlll- e grandmother, Mrs. Mary Noe. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lynn are spending Mrs. J, P. Long and grandson, Willie a few days at Ellxler Springs, P. Long, spent the week-en- d with relaJ. F. Rrady left for Cincinnati Sun tives at litres. diy to spend a week on business, Mr.' George Calico and sister, Miss Miss Christine Mcrrltt of Danville Maymc, visited friends in Madison county last week has been the guest of Miss Sacray, Miss Lucinda Carter and brother, Miss Florence Spragens of Ellltburg, Is the guest of Mrs. Walter Saunders Oscar Ray, were guests of Miss Lillian Jesse Hocker and Sam Embry spent Ilroaddus Sunday Mrs. Mai Carter ami children and the week end with Nicholasville friends Mr. J. IV Prnthcr were guests of Mrs. George Glvens and Leslie Sloan Hubble are at Ellxier for a few weeks, Mead Teater Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Arnold and baby Mr. Cecil Ilrown of Lancaster was the guestflf Mr Prescott Ilrown Sunday, Lewis Walker, visited relatives at Rryantsville last week. Mrs. W. E. Varnon of Ashcvlllo N. Rev. English, of Ilerea, will preach C. is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mat nt the Raptist church hero next Sunday tie Klrby. morning at eleven o'clock Miss Sallic Eubanks, who has been nt The District Convention will meet at St Augustine, Fin, for some months ha the Raptist church here, next Sunday returned home. STANFORD rince Albert gives smokers such delight, because Sta flavor ia ao different nnd so delightfully good; it enn't bite your tongue; it can't parch your throat; you can smoke it aa long and aa hard as you like without any comeback but real tobacco happiness! tending the track meet there. Miss Frances Tate has been confined to her bed fur several days on account of a severe case of tonsilitif. Mrs. Malistu Martin has moved Perryville to make her home, much to the regret of her many friends here, IJDr. M. C. Heath, of Louisville and Mr. Joe Heath of Indianapolis, were the guests of Mr. Albert Severance, Sunday. Mrs. C. Hoys Foster and little daugh ter, Jane Murrell, are the guests of he parents, Dr. and Airs. 0. P. Nuckols at COUNT LOCHWITZSKY, LKXANDER M. LOCHWITZSKY, LI IX, comes to tlic Chautauqua pin Worm with one of Hie most dramatic, lnterestlns nml instructive lectures ever listened to by nn American nudl-encEvery part of his lecture Is based on personal experiences and first LL. D. Pineville. Miss Lottie Carson is at home after a stay in Lancaster for a couple o months In the millinery store of Mrs, Rella Francis. Miss Ruth Hamilton returned to he home (n Cincinnati after a visit of several months with her father, Mr, W. Hamilton. Annual Commencement exercises of the Stanford Graded and High School are being held this week at the Stan ford Opera House. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones. Mrs. M D. Early and Miss Mary Early motored Spalding Hill of Danville spent tho week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Railcy Hill. James Cooper of Danville spent th week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Cooper. Mrs. A. II. Severance is spending few days with Mrs. J. 1). Willis at the Crab Orchard Springs. Miss Lyle Cooper and Mr. and Mrs, McKec liilTe spent Saturday at Lancas tcr with Mrs. W. R. Todd. Miss Luclle Adair Gastincau was Lexington Saturday and Sunday at afternoon at three o'clock. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Whittaker and children spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs, William Whittaker at Nina. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Rogie and child- On the reverse side of every Prince Albert package you will read : "PROCCS9 PATENTED JULY 30th, tOOT" That means to you a lot of tobacco enjoyment. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality I ren of Rryantsville were week-enguests of her mother, Mrs W. T. Noel. Mrs. Arch Whittaker and daughter. Miss Dorothy, of Kirksville, were the guests of Mrs.- R. W. Sanders, Saturday. - Prince Albert the national joy smoke in goodness and ynok of Miss Leota Ray has returned home a stay of several months with her aunt, Mrs. Anna Manford, nt after Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders and children and Misses Elsio Whittaker and Ilarbarn Gulley motored to Rry antsville Sunday. Mr. Ambrose Calico sold to Victor Lear six hogs nt iS.lo per hundred and George Calico sold to Center Uros, two hogs at 9.00 per hundred. in pipe satisfaction is all we or its enthusi mrjtl-4lhumidor with poni0moitnr lop astic friends ever claimed that Wit IrW in $mch for it! trim atht- hUtnmt It answers every smoko desire you or any other man ever had! It is cool and fragrant and appealing your smokeappetite that you will get chummy with it in a mighty short time s hawljr-dOU'LL find a rn tap no matter how mvth of a at rrni arm in tho tho wnnda yom drop into. For Prtnrm Alt-ormt thm Art pUcm ynu it fr4M thr pst9 rnr rnfuxror Th tcprr tiJr b4 911 afor oukplmndthm fjW hsml-muttin ht dim thnthrm pound mnd htf pound tin thry oj. Pi , tzzp H r4r y? i w rd hi .UUlUWUf A MS tfWlMMil 9 Wfl F TOBACCO IS PREPARED FORSMOKERSUHDtRIHE PROCESS DISCOVERED IN PRODUCE THE jHOST DC-UGHmJL AND WHOLESOME TOBACCO roa CIO" AM PROCESS PATENTED MAKING EXPERIMENTS TO bani-v- JUlYJO'TrSO DOCS NOT J WntTtMSMtuKCUiX. BIUTHEIONCUE IW ; ! Mrs. Robert Long and children and J. P. Long visited Mrs, Jim Coy. at Kirksville last week and attended the Commencement Exercises at the Graded School. Mrs. , Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our on the national joy smoke? R. anil say-s- o J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Mrs. Iloss1 lEouinson and Winston-Salem- , Priao AlWt tldr r4 ll. KJ Um TftUeUa' rmn,MnHU torew wk.l hmm U mkiat PiU mmit AI1rt TkU U rn !! tt Ilia N. C. ho was torn away from his wife, and children, whom he never slnco has seen. LEVEL GREEN. Rev. Lunsford filled his appointment Level! Green Sunday. Mrs. C. H. Green visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Smith the past week. Mr. Jno. Green and little daughter. Marie, spent Sunday with Mrs. Fanny Green. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and son, E. Smith spent Sunday with Mr. W. II. Smith. Mr. Martin Green and family of Lan caster visited Mr. Samuel Davis and wife Sunday. Mr. Claud Archer and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T, A. Green Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cris Sowder and little son. William, of Point Leavell, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emered Clark. fl.Mr. band Information. Horn a Itusslan Count and reared In tbe lap of luxury, hi henrt wont out to the' uneducated people of his native land. This feeling of sympathy led him to open a free school, but nlso brought upon him the displeasure of the czar, mid for this and this alone He was sent to Siberia as a political exile. Tor fourteen months he was In solitary confinement and then for four years was kept at hard lalwr on the Finally he bleak Island of Soghallen. escaped to Japan and later came to the United States, where ho is now a naturnllied American citizen. In ids thrilling life story he nlso describes the customs nml problems of the Itusslan people and the almost unbellerablo conditions which exist In Siberia. at children, Mr. and Mrs. lien Campbell, of Kirksville, were the cucsts of Mr. Sherman Itobinsun Sunday. When Moving Rugs. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION naeklnc mm. when mnvlnr. sprlnklo with powdered alum and fold a few moth balls In when rolling them Then. If not used. Immediately, as Is somotlmes tho case, thero Is no danger of their being destroyed by peats. In Man and the Mouse. Did you over seo a, mouse In a revolving cylindrical trap trying to climb up what It thought was an endless wire ladder? Well, that Is a picture of man In the universe. And, like tho mouse. It Is hi own active deslro that keenti the whirling cylinder forever In motion. CINCINNATI AND RETURN I Sunday, May 2fcth j , Lancaster Ky., June 2 to 7th is Willi ' ' xxmgxz- T.r i: v eitvj to Millersburg Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McRoberts of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Sionn and baby of Missourla Mont, have been visiting here for several days. Mrs. Eliza Rlain and Miss Mary Bruce will return home this week from Wash ington D. C, where they have been the guests of Congressman Helm. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Fisher of Danville spent several days here last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Spears Fish er, and her grandmother Mrs. Penny Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Walton have re turned home from Catlettsburg, where they have been visiting. Mr. Walton will leave the first of next week to take charge of his paper at Nicholasville, Alvin Gooch, of the southern part of the county, lost his house and contents by fire. The origin of the fire is un. Mr. Gooch was wakened at an early hour in the morning by a noise which proved to be the back part of house falling in. His loss Is quite heavy with no insurance. known. Mrs. Maude Sproule, of Urodhead, who came here last week from II rod head to the hospital of Dr. E. J. Drown for an operation, died Sunday night The decsased was a daughter of F. Francisco of Iirodhead and has been i hotel keeper there for several years, The remains were taken to her home Monday morning and the Interment oc $1.50 ROUND TRIP FROM Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. -- C. B. HARDERSO.N', Ticket Acnt JUNCTION CITY, ICY. 9 A WAY up in the mountains of Western North Carolina are xr.c occutnui csa attractive resorts of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hcndersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Wayncsville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at one of these cool and delightful places or at Tats Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion tickets are on sale daily, good until October 31st, via MlMfcrnwry Fractal dcnamfa&ticr-B'1?S Cosrencw at W.rlr Mountain, ltkijre Crert sod WkjuuvIU-- . :;. C. i Uke JunaluiU.) 9 0 SOUTKEEf? EtVULWAY p Stop-over- fcttaiiT Carrier cf the Soutij allowed at all points. Three special Low Fare Excursions will be run during the rummer. Ask for details. s W PORCH Lawn oNlluo, For full information see Ticket Acent, Southern Railway, or write B. H. Todd, District Passenecr Asent, Louisville, Kentucky. COY Mr. Irvine Clouse Is very low with ii. Rose. tuberculosis. Little Nevelyn R. Parks of Danville, Little Gladys Ncwby lias been quite is visiting her grandparents. Mr. and sick with malaria. Mrs. Sim Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Owens of Prea Miss Nannie Rowling of London is th guests of guest of her aunts, Misses Rebecca and chersville were the week-en. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Sipple. Mattte Hampton. Messrs Harry, Clyde andSameul FuMr. Samuel Clay Folger of Somerset, ller of Marccllus were visitors of Mrs. was the guest of Miss llernio MontNan Moberly for the week end. gomery Sunday evening. Miss Gertrude McQuerrvof Jessamins Mr. and .Mrs. F. R. Park? of Lexing. was the pleasant guest of I'euchie Mao ton spent the week end with his parents Sanders, Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Coy S. Sanders and Miss Wadelee Parks, Mr. and Mrs. of Lancaster, were the weok children end guests of Mrs. Mary Sanders and Everett Parks and Mrs. J. 0. Hendrcn family. motored to Frankfort Wednesday. Mrs. Mary E, Fain has been sutlering Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Urton and chil several days from a stroko of paralysis. dren of Parksville spent the week-enHer many friends hope for o speedy I with Mr. L. S. Duggins and family. recovery. Mrs. Ida Hamm and Mr. Jones of Mrs. licatrlce Johnson and beautiful children returned home Tuesday after Somerset who have been the guests of several days visjt with her mother, Mrs friends here the past week have return-e- i home, , Mary A. Sanders. Quite a number from hern enjoyed MARCELLUS . the day fishing at PonJtown last Wed nesday. An elegant dinner was pre Mrs. James Jackson Is III. pared for the crowd by Mrs. Courtney ( Mrs Cecil Ileatty was in Danville Roberts. shopping on Wednesday. Mrs. J. C. Rankin, Misses Hernia Henry fortwood of Richmond Is visit- Montgomery, Cora Hurte and Wadele ing bis sister, Mrs. Frank Folgcr. Parks, were the guests Tuesday even Mr. Pat Jones of Somerset Is the ing of Misses Hampton and niece, Miss Rowling of London. Some very delight- Kuest of Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Rankin. Mr. J. C. Rankin sold four nice hogs ful music was rendered by Miss Parks to Mr. Hudjtlns of Danville for I7J.8X and a most enjoyable evening spent. d d Or. and Mrs. Sam Rose of Penn., are guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G, cuired Tuesday. Circuit Court convened here Monday for a three weeks term. Judge Charles Hardin, instructed the grind jury to find out all lawlessness and corruptness n this city and county, nnd prosecute the offender to the fullest extent of the law. There were several minor cases disposed of. There is only one murder trial this term and it is the case of Hocker, a negro of Logantown, who killed Gardener, another negro of the same place. Miss Eugenia Hubble and George Shelton motored to this city Saturday evening and wore married by Rev. . D, Walker. Miss Hubble is tho at tractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hubble of McKinney, and the groom Is well known business man of Somerset. The wedding was quite a surprise to the friends and relatives, as the brido left home, telling her parents that she was coming to Stanford to visit her friend, Miss Elizabeth Hunn for a few days. They will reside at Somerset, (H HAMMOCKS and Settees, Seats Swings, : See us to make your Lawn . beautiful and your porch your greatest comfort. Screen Your Doors, Windows& Porch 9 If you don't know it Is best, ask the Health Officer. He will tell you that the Fly carries many germs. Cheaper to screen every opening than have one fever patient in your home. SCREEN ft ft ft DOORS, SCREEN WIRE, MOLD, ETC., ON . HAND. Buckeye. Mr. T. May has purchased a new ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Lumber, Lime, Brick, Cement, Plaster, Roofing-- Feed and Field Seeds. All kinds of Furniture and Mattresses If you don't find it elsewhere ASK US. Ford car. Mr. A. C. Miles was in Nicholasville Thursday. Several from here attended court at Lancaster Monday. Mrs. Ligo Ray has been visiting Mrs. Emma Manford, at Frankfort. Mr. Geogre Ray sold to Center Bros, at Paint Lick, U hogs at 18.75 per hundred. Mr. Thomps Davis sold to Center Bros, a bunch of hogs at nine cents per Hervey & Woods Kentucky. Paint JUick, The Central Record, Thursday May 25 1916. AND PRICE. County, and we have the utmost confidence 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 to none in Garrard in our ability to judge merchandise after Eighteen years of constant experience In the business. Give us a look. BMild &m BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY ..... ... .imi r.vulilra the tiowrll. lidl duration anil t. .i... Vt In Jc. a and lor and hoc. hoi. namwill to Intra qmcllr. (oitait cnlrthj Irrdmonthdrink racn jour hoi. wannrr bin cholrta. Ilrim or knja ihia nwHii r.rt iii k. until .1 100, $iOD, Hi $20.00 JAS. W. SMITH, House of Quality Lancaster, Ky. aaaaoaoacaaoaaaaoooaaotaaaaaaoeaaaoa) CHOLERA, WORMS. COUGH, THUMPS. The Womans Club! LIKcillnl lljTlia Womaua Clubl o Vooo.aonti Chorus. Onward, Old Kentucky, Colors, white and green; Where there's work for woman Let that flag be seen. DYER, TENN., MAN SUFFERED 40 YEARS J. T. Cattleman Finds Hope Fulfilled To Lecture on Opening Day of the Chautauqua " thrr r;i"I All DmctUla. bow ud Vrp ttrm Itrr Irom orma and BUUIDO.t gCMEUY CUMTANY, Ltalnjlun, B. Ifca't Sold in Lancaster, Kj., by !.. J. R. Mount, Son & Co. lira. Ron A. Xlu. Jl Clinton Ilarr, k'iniii ba.1 Ctt, Mo.tIti "IUad. a cull In 1 ua. lVruit. Waa nrll raM lib tha rr.ulti. 1 do Sot nr.l any ouxx uavuaaa." "PE-RU-N- A" (RtlUtmd Trada Mark U. II. T.t.al Qwl Ivnur, lea ram Mt., Brrmftifki. "Wii oblo: with UoulM tarrti ul tb trad, Doar. thruat arjd atouacb. X am rrrallr mined. t7 Mr. wmiam K. Poruna The Coughs, Colds. Stomach Troubles nnd Catarrb Kellovcd. No Remedy can Compete with lloady-to-ak- That the Maysville Woman's Club Is to he congratulated for the splendid entertaining of their sister workers of the state govs without saying. They mane the event memorial for Mays-villand gave their citv added prestige throughout the state, which they may well feel with pride. . The Chamber of Commerce took nn 'active part in this work, making a greet many things possible for the Club, One big event was the automobile ride given the ladies by the .inaville Chamber of Commerce. Over two hundred persons participated conin the ride, over fifty automobiles veying them over the county. The address of the president. Mrr. Morris W. Ilartlett, was one of the main features of the Federation of Wo. men's Club. Mrs. Ilartlett said that new clubs during the year twenty-liv- e had come into the Federation and none had withdrawn. She reported that dur ing the year over 1,900 letters and cards had been itent out by her indc pendent of the corresponding secre tarj" and she traveled between 3,000 and 4000 miles causing a great out lay of time and expense, but that she felt fully compensated because of the good work that had been accomplish She reccommened the illiteracy ed. work and made a strong plea for help along that line. Strong for right tt!l3 service. Moves this mighty band; Sisters, we are marching Towards our promised land, Knowledge, art and beauty, On its rivers flow, Join with Old Kentucky, And all forward go. Jeers and taunts have vanished Drifted all away; Every voice in union Now sings "Woman's Day", Like n field of Illue Grass Waving in the sun, Federated clubdom Waves her flags us one. MARES WOMEN After Passing Threescore Years. J. T. Castleman of Dyer, Tenn., suffered from stomach derangements for forty ears, taking all sorts of medicine, following all Kinds of med leal advice. In all tho forty years, ho said, he never had a real good day until he tried Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy. Then he discovered something. Let his let ter tell about It: "The first dose of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy caused call stones to pass from me. I am feeling much better than l nave ever before. I am C4 years old and I had never before en joyed one whole good day. "I would not glvo tho one bottle you sent mo for all tho drugs and doctors' medicine that is made." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per- LOOK o YEARS "YOUNGER. The Behind the Brush Prefers Mound City Horse Shoe Paint Man VEm A good painter can usually tell good paint, and that is why almost every painter who has ever tried Horse Shoe Brand Paint never goes back to any other kind. Prolongs Covers more surface. the life of a building. Produces n more nttrnctive finish. Costs least in the end. Have your painter use Horse Shoe Paint on your house. It will bo the best job you ever had. SEE US AND WE WILL TELL YOU WHY. I'A.MILY PAINT to supply small needs in 'tunrtcr. half nnd one pints. Its "Just n Little" Ueauti-- f it Econiiuicnl Paint suitable for chairs benches, flower tubs, screens nnd tables. 1 l'orch and Step Taint, matlo for cleanliness and less work. Put a "Utile Sunshine Varnish Stain In your home." Try it on Floors and Furniture AKTS AND CRAFT. Mission Wood Finish. Produces a soft rich effect. May CREOLITE-t- he perfect inside floor finish. while yon sleep. It dries Graphite Roof Paint. Water proof. Fire proof. One gallon covers TOO square feet. BATH U00M ENAMEL. A beautiful porcelain finish for bath tub. bath room walls and refrigerators. VELV ATONE FLAT. Finish for Interior decoration of walls. Dries perfectly flat with a velvet like finish. 10 'A he waxed or varnished. UARN AND ROOF PAINT, in lied and Green. The real accret of a good looking barn is in the use of a good Ham Paint. tints, washable, sanitary. Stormes Drug Store. Attractive hair that is so fascinating that it compels admiration Is sure to make any woman look youthful. Downtown druggists who are are in touch with all preparations of merit freely express the opinion that Parisian Sage will double the beauty and attractiveness of any woman's hair in a few days. HAMMACK It's a real tonic that destroys perni cous dandruff germs, stops the hair Mr and Mrs. R. M. McQuerry visited from falling and causes it to grow Mr. Jim Clous. Sunday. thicker and more luxuriant. Mr. L. W, McQuerry had a valuable It refreshes and invigorates the scalp cow to die last week. ,and is the mojt delightful hair dressing Mr. Jo Hammonds had a nice young in the world. To meet the large decolt to get badly crippled. mand R. E. McKoberts keeps a supply Probably the most interesting, feaMr. Chester Hammonds, of Hyatts- on hand at all times and guarantees it. ture on the program was little ville was visiting friends here Sunday, Ona Simpson, deaf, dumb and Mr. W. D. Faulkner and Mr. John blind, who with her teacher, Miss Faulkner are visiting relative at Jellico Sophia Alcorn, showed what a person Tenn. could do even though badly handicapMiss Eddie Faulkner Is visiting probable that the child is Honor Rolls For ped. It is The Lancaster Graded friends and relatives in Crab Orchard even more remarkable than the noted this week. Helen Keller as she can read the voice School. Mr. nnd Mrs R. F. Parsons and Mr. with her hands Irom the mouth, Second grade. Adelia Walker, Hom- and Mrs. Arch Miller visited Mr. and throat or back of the neck, simply by Mrs. Arthur Rail Sunday. placing her hands on one the places er Carrier. Julian Elliott, Mildred Iieaz-leNellie PotT, Cecil Sarfders, Clayton and feeling the vibration. The child Mrs. Rob Bolan, of Cartersville and has been attending school at Danville Walker. Mrs Louisa Combs, ot Oneida, Ky., Fourth grade. Ida Mal Sanders, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coldiron and as her mother is very poor contributions were asked for to support Lillian Boyle, Nancy Manuel, Susie last week. her during the summer while there Middleton, Lizzie Youn;;, Robt Caneer. Mr. Cief Morgan lost nis wood shed and is no school- - In u very few minutes Eugenia Dunlap, Elizabeth Hagan, hen hou6e by fire late Sunday evening Thomas, Ardella Turner, Lena almost one hundred dollars whs raised. and had hard work to save his house Young, Wilmer Meadows, Marrs from the flames. Rebecca Siler. Miss Georgie Dillion, Miss Zilla Dil Following are the ones who will head Fifth Grade. Jane Haselden, Paul lion, Miss Fay Tudor, Messrs Conn Tu the Federation during the coming year: Morrow, Anna Lee PofT. President-M- rs. Morris W. Ilartlett, Sixth grade. Mossie Criscilhs, Jud dor, LIssie Parson, were the guest of Lawrenceburg. Miss Lell Coldiron Sunday. ith Daniels. Federation Secretary Mrs. Richard Mrs John Iieazley was laid to rest in Eugene Cochran, Seventh grade. II. Lacy, Lawrenceburg. Evelyn Daniels, William Embry, Grade the Manse cemetery last Monday. She President-M- rs. W. T. Fothergill. Martha Ward Sweeney. First Vico leaves a husband and nine children to Lalfcrty, Lexington. Eighth cradc. Mary Drown. Elisha mourn her loss. Tho sympathy of tho Second Vice President Mrs. George Carrier, Lilian Estes, Hubert Fother- entire community is extended to them. W. Grunt, Louisville. gill, Thelma Hamilton, Vivian Prayther, Lafon Christine Pollitt, Mitchell Tinder. Thiol Vico President-M- rs. CARTERSVILLE. Hiker, Harrodsburg. Ninth grade. Mary Davis, Clayton Fourth Vico President Miss Ada Morrow, Nelle Rigsby, George Swine- Mr. and Mrs. Criss Sowder were the May Cromwell. Frankfort. broad. guests Emercd Clark last Sunday. Corresponding Secretary Mrs. HurTenth grade. Mildred Deazley, Gladys Mrs. J, D. Davis was the guest of dle It. ltipy, Lawrencr burg. Frisbie, James Siler. hot aunt, Mrs. S. M. Davis, Sunday. Recording Secretary Mrs. George John Holtzclaw. Twelfth grade. Mr. and Mrs. John Metcalf were the Longnecker, Maysville. Marietta King, Ella May Rigsby. guests of her parents last Saturday Treasurer Mrs. II. G. Reynolds, Honorable Mention. 9th grade. Rernice Champ, Hudson night. Auditor Mrs. James Simms, How- Frisbie, Ilowman Grant, Carrie Delle Little Earnest, son of Bvnum Davis, ling Green. has been very sick but is better at this Romans, Gordon Doty. Members of State Library Commission10th grade. Ruth Carrier, Irene Al- - writing. -Mrs. T. J. Smith, Frankfort; dridge. Mr. and Mrs. Uynum Pitts, of Derea, Miss Fannie C. Rowson, Secretary, 11th grade. Susie Conn, Sallie Cox, visited D. L. Galbard and family last Frankfort. Annie Powell. Sunday. Otlicia) Organ -- The Kentucky WoMiss Susie Davis and sister, Estella, man's Journal, Mrs. J. II. Dickey, ediwere the guests of Miss Ellen Hill last tor. Friday night. Executive Coinmittee-OIIlc- era of the Mrs. Jell Davis and daughter, Susie, State Federation. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Ilartlett was the recipient of an sMn distant sufferers erqulsite corsage bouquet from the D. To the many liquid aah,ofhat become, a Davis last Monday. 1. I)., the There is going to be a childrens day clubs and made a graceful acknowledgeurL Tber know It Is rrllabla lionarhoM and tlu'jr raa tlcpcud on It, they do not at Level Green the third Sunday in ment. lirallatr- t recommend It to tliiMr neighbor. It lias iroiid ltaeK a remarkable June. Everybody is invited. ONWARD. OLD KENTUCKY. remedy for all toruia of Kncma. It la a that Is barmleaa Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pennington were (Presented as Iiirthday Gift to the cermlcldo akin, but still It Is to tha moat e lev tire and delicate Kentucky Federation of Women's Club quick In action. If joa art) a sufferer the guests of her parents, Mr. and Irom akin dlaeaaea. Including ulcers, Mrs. C. S. Roop last Sunday. by Ada May Cromwell.) aralea. cruit or Interna In any form, tula remrdr will not dlaappolnt you. It Mr. and Mrs. Uluffard Jennings and Forward, all triumphant; has atood the teat and today la the muter children were the guests of Mr. and preparation for all akin dlaeaaea. Marching, Clubs in line, Cook In today and ak about our .guarWoman, home and country antee nn 1. 1. I, Mm about U. ft D. Mrs. J. L. Allen last Monday. tioau, that keeps the akln,bealthy, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Conn and his This our great ensign. For IS Yean mother, Mrs. Eliza Conn and Mr. and Tf Onward la the watchword " Standard Mrs. W. H. Ilryant visited Mt. and Leading on Uie way, Here comes Old Kentucky, mmmmmmmm Skla Rested Mrs. E. D. Wbitted, last Sunday. On to Woman's Day. R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster, Ky, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Freen, Mr. and manent results for stomach, liver and intestinal aliments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas In tho stomach and around the heart, Getono bottle of your druggist now and try it on an absoluto guarantee If not satis factory money will be returned. For sale by R. E. McRoberts and all other reliable druggists. W. ' ?S W 4' JHifKlSaKaaBBBBlaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBf JilMB$?jaaaBBBSSBHaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW iMHitSSiSlBBnaBBBBHaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW ? ! t. aaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV simmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmBsimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmml fl i V'aVl' "aTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaaBBBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm "'" J)rt. LaBBSlBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBMaaWa DR. G. H. BRADFORD. SCHOOL NOTES. y, GEORGE II. BRADFORD, who Is to lecture on the opening day of the Chautauqua program, has long been widely known as chancellor of the Methodist University of Oklahoma, a member of the national educational board of the Methodist Episcopal Church, a preacher and lecturer. In personal appearance Mr. Ilrndford so strongly resembles William Jennings llrynn that he Is often mistaken for blm. His lectures are full ot thought and Inspiration. It would be useless to attempt to approximate the number of men and women who have done greater and better things after coming under bis Influence. lie has much to say on life's problems. In tho several years which he has been on the Lyceum and Chautauqua platform he has met with tho heartiest reception. Lancaster, Ky., June 2nd to 7th." Mrs. John Metcalf, Mrs. Pearl Davis and children' Mr. John Davis and Miss Susie Dayis were the pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis last Sun Al-le- Swine-broa- d, PREACKERSVILLE Little Miss Eliza Anderson Cummins visited Miss Ruby Cress. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress visited friends in Stanford Sunday. Mr. J. R. Hutrhina .... .. -., W... nl I,.,,, McC. Hutchins went to Ephesus Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Cummin, vi.itc.i her aunt Mrs. W. T. R. White at Ot- teniieim. Cress and Jones bouuht of firi und llell a drove of 0 lb hoes Si cents. day. HUSBAND RESCUED WIFE DESPAIRING Alter Four Years Wash Away Skin Sores - iilro-le- Dfv mJ Miss Annie Lunsford of Shelby City, vuited her brother, "Rig Henry" Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter Lunsford. Irom this place, Mrs. Bdlle iiullock Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Lunafnnl n.i writes as follows : "I suffered lor four Miss Annia Lunsford vi3ited at Stan. years, with womanly troubles, and during ford, recently. this time, I could only sit up (or a little Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Newliml n.l while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, 1 would have severe pains Miss Nell Newland. of Stanford, visited relatives hern. In my left side. The doctor was called In, and his treat Mr. Wootlami. Hinunt.. vvtutuuvo ment relieved me for a while, but I was Improve and SOOn hones to rhakA a mm. soon confined to my bed acain. After plete recovery. that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Misses Dolly and Irene RallanI vera 1 had gotten so weak I could not stand, visiting Misses Essie and Lillie Uallam and I gave up in despair. In the Canaan section. At last, my husband got me a bottle oi Cardul, the woman's tonic, and 1 comMessrs J. F. Pettus. of SnrWn.l.l menced taking it. From the very first and Will Pettus, with their families dose, I could tell it was helping me. I were recent visitors of their mi,th.r can now walk two miles without its Mrs. Rebecca Pettus. tiring me, and am doing my work." Mrs. America Sowders. who formrlv If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up In despair. Try lived here but now of Reech Grove Cardul. the woman's tonic. It has helped nelgliDorhood, Is very ill. more uian a minion women, in us su Mrs. Grover Rigsby is at the homeof years ot wonderful success, and should surelv helo vou. too. Vour diugglst has her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hal. sold Cardul for years. He knows what lard at Crab Orchard. She is quite ill. It will do. Ask him. He will recommend it. Begin taking Cardul today. A crowd of young folks went flshlnir Saturday but had only fair luck. UMla tat OiiHaaoxa MJlclna Co.. Mr. Aivlurv btDt.. Chattanuoca. Ttan.. (or lufruWiutij on vour uu and M.da li'Hooa Owen Duvall caught a eood ona welsh. ing Hi pounds. tnaiaul titf Wuua," Mot U aula iiirpar. LAa-- of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Husband Came to Rescue. at i The Central Record, Thursday May 25, 1916. After an illness covering several Garrard Democrats Adopt Resolutions months, Mrs. John Bessley passed PEVALENT HERE . $1.00 a tear. issued Weekly. away at her homo near Point Lcavel -T Endorsing State And National Officials. Sunday evening at 3:30 o'clock. The Indoor Worker More Susceptible To Com J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. funeral services were conducted Monmon Disease Than Oilers. R.L ELKIN. Local Editor and Mflr. The most harmonious mass convention day at half past one by Rev. A. J. ever held in the countv was that held Bsire and the body was laid to rest in Probably the most distressing and Intern! it lh Toil OfllM In Lane utter, Kf, by the Democrats last Saturday after the Paint Lick cemetnry, beneath provalent disease to which Americans noon to select delegates to the State mound of flowers. Hon. J. I. Hamilton called Mrs. Beazley was, before her mar are heirs is catarrhal affections of th Member Kentucky Press Aisoclillon convention. According the meeting to order and after Bt.noun risge. Miss Marion Dargavell, a daugh mucous membranes. tad cing the purpose of the call, stated that ter of the late Mr. and William Dar medical authorities the indoor worker Eighth District Publishers League. a motion was In order for a temporary gavell, of Baldwin, Ky. She was 46 Is more acceptable and is the worst chairman. On motion of John M years of age and had a large circle of sufferer from catarrhal conditions, Lancaster, Kj., May 25, 1916 Farra, It. L. Elkin was made chairman friends in the county to whom her which there are many kinds. Catarrh of the stomach and kidney and G. C. Walker was elected the tern death comes as a great sorrow. Mrs, Rates For Political Announcements porarv secretury. This organization Beaxley was a devoted wife and mother fs one of tho most common causes and was always active in church and dyspepsia and Bright's disease, and iFor Precinct and Cltv Ufflses ...$6.00 was then made permanent. The resolutions printed below were charitablo work. Besides her husband catarrhal conditions of the nose and vor County Offices 10.00 Nine 15.00 then introduced by G. C. Walker and she is survived by nine children, Nellie, throat often lead to deafness. For State and District Office 10 was passed unanimously, endorsing the Mary. Sallie, Ray, Oscar, Willie. Web. out of ten cases of desfness can be For Calls, per line and fou traced to catarrh, it Is said. 10 national administration, Governor btan ster, Nick and Woodrow; For Cards, per line Frequently the .lungs becomo af, lev and the state administration, and brothers, Messrs Isaac and Tommii For all publications in the interthe appointment of Judco Chas. A Dargavell, of Newby, Ky., Willie fected by the extention of catarrhs est of individuals or expresHardin as chairman of the State On Dargavell, of Lexington, Ky., and Inflammation by way of the. bronchial sion of individual views, per Executive committers, Hugh L. Dargavell, of Richmond, Ky, tubes to the lung substance. 10 tral and Stat line... The mental and physical state 05 The convention alco enthusiastically en The tender sympathy of the community Obituaries, per line dorsed J. E. Hobinson as a delegate to is extended to them, their father and tne cntarrn suirers Is, Indeed, very unfortunate, and it is surprising to We are authorized to announce Miss represent the Eighth district at th relatives. know what an immense number Jennie Hicgins a candidate for County National convention, for which he was people among those who reside In such School Superintendent of Garrard deeply grateful and responded in a few LISTEN AT THIS- cities as Lancaster, are suffering from County, subject to the action of the happy words which were liberally ap plauded by all present. The resolution Col. R. L. Elkin. of Lancaster, Ky. this almost universal malady wb Democratic primary Auguit 1917. adopted were as follows; will succeed Guthrie Wilson, of Bards they believe something else Is the cause "lie it resolved by the Democrats o town, as superintendent of the Depart of their trouble. ' We are authorized to announce J. O, County, Kentucky, in Conven ment of Horses at the State Fair thi The symptoms of catarrh arc; of. Bogie, as a candidate for the Democ Garrard tion Assembled." year. Private business reasons caused fensive breath, constant sniffling, dis Court ratic nomination fcr County 1st. We approve the call and purpose Mr. Willson to decide to retire, charge from tho nose, keadaches. full Clerk, primary to be hold August 1917, of this Convention. Col. Elkin is in every way qualified head, pains in the stomach, unsound 2nd. The success of the Democratic with the position, he being an excellent digestion, loss of appetite, broken We are authorized to announce Joe National Administration in every branch judge of horses and having been prom sleep, and a great liability to catching Hamilton as a candidate for County and department is a source of universal Inently identified vith the old Garrard cold and sore throats. Court Clerk, to fill out the unexpired satisfaction and it is with pride that county Fair for several years. He has Tanlac, the fnmous reconstructive term of J. W. Hamilton. Subject to we approve and endorse President scores of friends among the exhibitors tonic, was designed to relieve just the action of the Democratic primary Woodrow Wilson as the wisest and most and a better and more popular man mese conditions, thousands or men August 191C. acceptable leader that democracy has could not have been chosen. Farmer's and women have unhesitatingly ac knowledged had in a half century and we do hereby Home Journal. the benefits they have We are authorized to announce Hun, endorse his candidacy for renomination derived through this Master Medicine Charles F. Montgomery, of Liberty for President upon the democratic tick Tanlac restores lost apr elite, re AT THIS. Casey county, as a candidate for the et at the St Louis National Convention. sniffling, discharge from the lieves Mat S. Cohen, Commissioner of nose, headaches, and stomach pains Democratic nomination for Congress in 3rd. We approve without hesitation Agriculture, made a fine selection of a and will asjist this the Eighth district of Kentucky, the State Administration headed by in the assimilation o, subject to the primary to be htld the Governor A. O. Stanley and especially head for the Horse Department of ths ioou anu uring uacK round sleep, ac first Saturday in August. approve of the Governor's diligent ef State Fair for this year when he cording to thousands who have real fort to enforce the laws of the State landed clever "Bob" Elkin, business ized the benefits of this wonderful and to relieve the State indebtedness. manager of the Lancaster Record, lor preparation. We are authorized to announce 4th. The democrats of Garrard Coun the job which has been held before by Tanlac Is a tonic of rare proprerties, Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the ty are gratified that the recognized Guthrie M. Wilson, of Bardstown, an appetizer and general invigorant democratic nominationjfor County Court Mr. Elkin is one of the best posted Clerk, subject to the action of the pri leaders of the party have agreed upon horseman in this part of the state and designed to ril the system of conges the selection of Judge Chas. A, Hardin Hon, tone up the' stomach, overcome mary, August 1917. as the Chairman of the State Executive will make good anywhere they place indigestion, headaches; backaches, and State Central Committee and ex him Interior Journal. of food, nervousness, We are authorized to announce Hon, press it as the sentiment of Garrard dizziness, ailments of the kidneys and Harvey Helm, oi Lincoln county, as a County democrats liver, and the complaints that are so that there could not PROTECT THE BIRDS. candidate for the Democratic nomina have been found o common tJ the debilitated in the State a tion for Congress, in this, the eighth A census of birds is to be taken all men and women of today. would fill the position better district of Kentucky, subject to the Tanlac may be obtained now in Lan than the distinguished Judge of the 13th over the country the last of May and primary to be held August 1916. first of June by Federal investigators, caster, at ft. E. Mcltoberts. where it Judicial District. 5. It is the wish of the Garrard County It Is believed that by counting nest is being especially introduced and its Generally when we talk of improving democrats that our fellow County-maing places, a fairly accurate idea of merits explained by the Tanlac Man. the common schools we are supposed to and fellow democrat, J. E. Robinson, bird population can be had. Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby If such mean more money, better school build be one of the delegates to representthe a census had been made ten or twenty cities. Paint Lick. J. N. Metcalf ; ings, better hygienic surroundings. 8th Congressional District in the Nat- years ago, it is probable that the 1916 Becker & Ballard; Little These things are all necessary, but ional Democratic Convention at St. figures would show a larger decline. Hickman, Collier and Bruner; Bcrea, what the teachers should do Is them- Louis and this Convention does now en The birds are the prnieipal defend S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug selves to raise the standard of teaching dorse the said Robinson for delegate to ers or growing crops againts pest. Store; Junction City, Reynolds and each year. The methods of teaching the said National Convention. But public sentiment has been slow Evans; Richmond. H. L, Perry & Son; advance arid improve each year and it 6th. The hereinafter named dele to secure their protection. If a bird Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros ; Burgin. G. is imperative that this standard be gates are hereby instructed to carry serves no visible purpose in the state Schooifield; Danville, John S. Wells, raised as the years pass, but this work out the foregoing resolutions in the where he spends part of his life, he is E. Mcltoberts, Lancaster, and W. C of advancement ought to come from State Convention in Lexington on Wed- ruthlessly slaughtered for pot pie, re- West, Silver Creek. within, that is, from the teaching force nesday, May 24th 1916, and are Instruc- gardless of whether he is the salva itself. ted to vote as a unit on all questions tion of the crops In some other state, Teaching is a high calling and a most that may come before the Convention The migratory bird law giving uniform NOTICE KNIGHTS honorable profession. It is. therefore, including the organization of the Con- protection is yet to be passed on as to incumbent upon those who intend to vention and also are instructed to vote constitutionality by the United States OF PYTIIIANS. make it a life service that they fit as a unit in a preliminary convention supreme court. ' themselves not only to stand a Bird life has many enemies. that may be held by the democrats of The Sunday May 23th. has been designed dried examination, but to meet all of the 8th Congressional District. A ma- ignorant, immigrant, regarding this as as annual Decoration Day. All mem the exacting duties that rest upon them jority of the delegates present, or any free country, joyously gets out with bers of Garrard No. 29. and all keep ubreust of the new manner alternates entitled to act as delegates, and to shotgun and slaughters a dozen or sojourning brothers are requeested to and modes of teaching. two songsters for a luscious dinner. meet at Hull on public suuare on this to control the said vote. This we believe to be the purpose of 7th. The following delegates and Decadent natives kill them for ship- date. most of the teachers of today, but here, their alternates are hereby selected to ment to city hotels. The cats from i w. u. 1'rvor. as elsewhere, there is always an element represent Garrard County in the State cultured homes roam unrestrained Committee: Chas. Baerlein. I M. II. Turner. laying school interest and requirement Convention. through orchards and lawns, picking aside and trying to put church, politics up the young who can't fly. Delegates. Alternates. and personal feeling into the issues A. B. Brown, Jr. J. W. Smith It seems inconsistent to spend mil Politics, religion and personalities should Jas. CJark, Jesse Arnold, lions in teaching the farmer how to GOODRICH ANNOUNCES $10, be kept out of the school. Of course George Todd, Dr. J. M. Acton, raise crops, and next to nothing on we reed christian, cultured, broad J. E. Robinson, N. J. Gosney, saving the birds that are the only sure 000 IN AWARD T0 1916 minded men and women at the head of II. C. KaufTman, Jro K. Sutton. protection of the crops after they are educational aftairs, because there are G. C. Walker. John M. Farra, planted. RACING CHAMPIONS. problems in education which can be I. M. Dunn, Thus protection of bird life is intiLlge Ford. solved best by the teaching force, to Jim P. Bourne, Joe J. Walker Jr. mately related to cost of living. Food the solution of which teachers must E. P. Brown, Webb Kelley, prices will be high as long as' swarms A. A. A. Is Sole Arbitrator And First, contribute valuable advice based upon G. T. Farris, This W. B. Mason, of insects devastate the fields. experience and constant observation, J. II. Ballard, David Rose, argument should appeal to those who Second. And Vhird Speed Champions Teachers Should be leaders In all educa J. B. Rubles, Pat Sutton, see such questions merely in" the light tional progress, but their friends should But there are many for In the event all 12 delegates or their of dollars. Will Be Chosen By Its Rules. leave political, personal and church alternates are not present the county whom birds perform other services and considerations outside of theirqualiflca shall have 12 votes. to whom country life without their tions as educators. cheery songs would seem like a body Goodrich Silrertowns or Any Other Make INCORPORATED. i . -AND half-sicn cut-an- d The Central Record HARMONIOUS MASS MEETING BEAZLEY. CATARRH MOST TWO GOLD FISI ALSO FREE TO EVERY COSTOMER. Aquarium, Pebbles and Plant AT McROBERTS DRUG STORE All this will be given Free to every customer who purchases 25cts, worth or more of Rcxnll goods listed below OR ANY OTHER REXALL PREPARATION WE HAVE IN OUR STORE. Live gold fish appeal to young and aid alike, arc easy to care for mid n source of Interest and delight to everyone. All day Friday and Saturday, May 20th and 27th beginning at nine a. in., we will care for all onr customers and friends, and all those whom we hope to make our customers and friends. Call at our store Friday and Saturday, May 2Glh and 27th and take nway one of these out-fit- s. We guarantee you will be thoroughly well pleased. Kexall preparations List of our personally guaranteed money-bac- k from which you may select to get the Gold Fish Outfit free. REXALL REA1EDIES. Halm, 25c. Ant, llug and Itoach Powder, 10c. 15c. 25c and We. Arnica SaUo, 25c. Asthma 50c. IJaby Cough Syruo, 25c. Ucef, Wine, Iron 75c and $1.25 Wood Tablets. 50c. llunion Ease, 25c. Carbolic Salve, 25e. Castor Oil, (Aromatic) 25c Sarsapnrilla Tonic, $1.00. Charcoal Tablets, 15c and 25c Cherry Hark Cough Syrup. 25c Lace and Silk Cleaner 25c. Analgesic Cod Liver Oil Emulsion: 50c and $1.00 Cold Tablets, 25c. Corn Solvet, 15c and 25c. Karache ICcmrdy, 25c. Eye Wash. 25c. Foot I'owdi-r- , 15c or.d 25. Headache 1'owders, 10 ami 25c Kidney I'ills, 50c. Liver Salts, 25c, COc, and $1.00 Mentholine Halm, 15 and 25c. Pile Treatment. Tubes, 2.V. Poison Ivy Lotion, 25c. ltat and Konch Paste, 25c. Red Cedar ComKund, 25c. 10c and 25c. ( (tubbing Oil, 25c, 50 and $1.00 Throat Gargle, 25c. Throat Pastilles. 10c and 25c. Toothache Stopper, 10c. White Liniment. 25c. Wine of Cod Liver Extract, $1 Worm Candy or Syiup, 25. 'y.T Hail Tonic. 50c and $1. "93" Shampoo. 25c. Sugar of Milk 40c. Sodium Phosphate, 10 and 40c. Soda Mint Tablets 10c. Soda Mint & Pepsin Tablets lO OruVrlle, 15c, 40c and 75c. Skin-Fi- Tooth Towder, 23c. Camphorated Cold Cream, 25c Cold Cream, 10c. 25c and 50c. Rex ft II Toilet I I I Tooth Paste, Preparation. Powder, 15c Nursing llottle Dulce Dulce Dulce Dulce 36c. Violet Talcum and 25c Violet Violet Violet Violet Cold Cream 50c. Face Powder, 60c Talcum 25c. Toilet Valer.75c. Remember the date- - Friday and Saturday, May 26th and 27th. McRoberts LANCASTER, Drue? Store. KENTUCKY. "The Rexali Store" MAMMOTH CAVE $12.15 FROM LANCASTER JUNE, 15th. FOR AN ALL-EXPENSE THREE-DA- YS TRIP. Board and Cave Fee 0.50. Railroad fare $5.65 Round trip tickets on sale for inornini! trains. Band Concert on Echo River. Orclicstrn and promenade 7:00 to 12 P. M. SecL&N. Atlt. Hiillctiii IS'o. 1 A Mistake in To the the Policy of the Bethlehem Steel Company I'tvilr: The Senate or tho Unitrd States liai patwl n liill to Kiwnd $ll, 000,000 of Ufa People" money to build u government armor plant. Tho iiieiistiro w now lieforo tho llonso of Representatives. It i stild plant that iiuinufacturrriiof nrimir hate 'Voiurnl" the country in the past, and thnt n government mwiMiry to Mvure armor more elieoply. The mlitakr. of the Iletlileliem Slr.- Company lia hern that It lis. kept quirt. We have allowed Irresponsible nwrlion. to Iw mails for lout; without denial, that miny wpl now believe them to Iw pmten fuels. We .hall liiuUn the mistake of ullrnre mi longer. Henoiortli we shall pursue a .licy of puUicity. Misinformation will not bo lwrmitted to go uncorrected. It minus soul. is and has liecn tlio policy of our Compuny to deal with thn Amrricnn Government unci Mpinrcly. aty 'A DOG THAT WILL COURT BRING Of TireMay Be Used. Bulldog as Mascot. DAY CROWD SMALL A BONE WILL CARRY Last Monday was County Court Day in Lancaster but a very smal crowd came out in honor of its occasion, ONE AWAY." There were very few cattle on the mar ket and what changed hands was a few small calves at Mull prices. When someone gives you a lot of gush J. H. Huble bought a horse mulo of about a neighbor, be blind, deaf and C. H. Pope, for S142.C0; U. F. Wilmot ddmb, remembering always the old sold a nice mule colt for later delivery, adago that, "A dog that will bring to B. G. Fox, for $100: N. H. Peel, of bone will carry one away," When Kicholasville, bought five calvary someone gives you a song and dance horses of various parties at an average about somt other person the same one of $100. each; Dr. W. D. Pryor sold will give them the same about you. So nice horse to Mode Nichols, for $125, beware of the dog carrying a bone, for and one to Tom Wallace lor tne same you may be the subject for the vile price; W. B. Burton bosght three tongue when it again meets someone mules of different parties, from $100. who will listen. You have your short to $135 each, a team of Green Gooch comings and if you are bright you for $182.50, two of Gill Cowen. of Lin know it, but you don't want someone coin, for $290 and a pair of L. D. King. with no mole good qualities than you for $300; 'Jim Naylor bought a nice have to run about town airing your black maro of E. C. Sayre, for $100, fallings. And the only way to prevent anil resold her to John SI. rarra for a It is to give no credence to the bone nice profit. Jim has developed some carrying dog when it comes to you. successful trading qualities and is one of the best judges of horse flesh In the county, Blevln Brothers of Wayne BAPTIST CHURCH. county, sold 111 head of sheep here Monday to Henry Ruble, for $810. 9 A. M, Bib! rchool. Fifty-thre11 A. M. No preaching. Jambs were thrown In. Hughes Bros., a draft horse of Alex 7;30 P, M. Preaching as usual, sub Walker for $200; pair of mules of ject "Chickens Come Home to Roost". Charlie Dean, for $425 and one of J, I. Everybody Invited. , 'Hamilton for $210. A. J. Clore, pastor, e Akron, O., May 21. (Special) Al though Goodrich Siivcrtown Twin Cable Cord Tires are already the accepted tiro of the racingdriver. and nro bought and paid for in every case, a generous recognition of the selection by outright purchase by drivers of racing cars of the Siivcrtown Twin Cable Cord Tires, Charity. What is. wanted In society ovory- - for use In contests under no influence whero Is tho generous temper which of money consideration for so doing, seeks tho good In human nature and has just been announced by The B. F. refuses to think tho worst. It is as Goodrich Company. easy to think well of peoplo as ill The American Automobile AssociaIt Is as easy to put a fair construc- tion, tho official association of car own tion upon their motives as to impute ers of this country, has prepared rules Among tho various revivals of evil. govern the determination of the act which society Just now has sore need, to let us not forget to pray for a revival ual champion for the seasonpf nineteen of that truo and heaven-borcharity sixteen and will be the sole arbitrator which rejolceth not fn Iniquity but regarding such award. The Silvertown Cord Tire is univer. relolccth In truth. sally recognized as the type of construction insuring best results in speed Save His Nerves. To glvo tho baby a qukt disposi- contests and is almost universally used tion, tho first step Is to keep him freo by racing drivers. There Is no reason from nerves. Ono mother accounted why the Goodrich Company should exfor her baby's peaceful frame of mind tend any award for the purpose of in- by saying that until ho was throe ducing the use of, the Silvertown Twin months old he was Ignored! That Cablo Cord Tire, and it does not, but seems absurd, yet there Is an element gives outright without a string tied to of truth In it. A baby Is an excitable little, being. It wants to play and be it Of any kind whatsoever, ten thousand dollars divided between the authoritaplayed with, and It means real on the part of tho household to tively determined champion, the second refrain from kissing and cuddling and and third in order quite irrespective of romping with the baby. Ladles' the make or kind of tire that may be World. used by said winners. A western university fraternity adopted a bulldog as Its mascot. He proved ho understood tho duties of that office when he gave an alarm which saved 24 of Its members from death by flro. It Is understood he ti to have a life Job. We nhall henceforth plnco the dctuiU of our relation with thn Government ht foro ' '' tho American IYile. The United StutM um for twenty years obtained the highest Brade of armor und hai paid a lower pmo for it than bus uny other great naval xwer. ' nir.rl.ll, rompllnl th. Cummlllr. 0. N...I AfT.I,. from 1.. N...I Vr.r ll.Jilv .lH,w Ib.t unJrr ro...llllo. p.".UIn Ju.l Ut , ,. .,, , ,l,,f .,. 1.. M Iim ,!cr forriuuf I ' Unclaiid, $303 per ton, I'runce, $!60 Ceriiiany, It'XJi Japan, U90 tlMTKIt STATUS. ttZi. 1 1 nur f, fi... ,, A government plant cunnot inako urmor any chcuiter than wo run do it; und We urc prepared to mnntifucttiro armor ut any price which tho GoviTiimrnt Ii.Mf naine h fair. THAT IIEING SO, SHOULD $11,000,000 Ol' THE I'liOPLK'S MONEY HE WASTED TO BUILD A GOVE11NMKNT 1'I.ANT? idi nl I CHAS. III. fiCIIWAll. CUIrmaa EUGENE U. CllACI JJctlilcliciu Steel Coiuiiuny Irony Ii tho most ofTocttvo way ot oiposlng' vlco and folly. Wouldn't Go Effective Irony. vorce suit, stated that bs rises ordinarily about noon. Ho could stay In bed all day, no doubt, without disorganizing tho business world. Cause for Optimism, When a man yields to tho pleading ot bis wlfo and goes to church for the first tlmo In thirty years, be swells up and talks about It as though be bad a ticket on tho New Jorusalcm Limited J straight to heaven. A Russian count, testifying In bis Misted. di- W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and - Embalmer. Kentucky. Onice Phono 18. Residence Phono 33. , The Central Record, Thursday May 25 19 1 t. '0 NEWEST CREATIONS in all the MUS MOVE A FEW SUITS LEFT. WHITE Pumps and Shoes L- NEWEST WASH FABRICS for - fiu iKArcK IN STOCK. DRESSES Attractive models which give that slender, well arched look to the foot. Thay are strictly high grade in every detail. AND SKIRTS Including SPORT STRIPES Choice and all the newest designs. $14.98 J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. LANCASTER, KY. The Joseph Mercantile Co. Style Leaders. Our MottoCorrect in Style and Quality. Gossip About People A Brief Mention of the Comlnti and Ooinji LyThoie We Art Inleruted In. Sell the John Deere, the Better Binder Here Are Our Reasons Why: always gives satisfaction la aure cutting, potitivc elevating nml accuratr tyintf. 2nd. Strong. Main frame has hot riveted joints, no boll to work loose. Platform has an additional strong wood sill at rear unusual in a train binder. Platform is one piece steel riveted to ancle steel sills does not work up and buckle. Othrrpnrts equal-l- y durable, 3rd. Extra durable canvases with adjustments t J keep them running true. Special shape slats. 4th. Three packers instcsd of two better shaped bundles result. Ample space and adjustments fur handling tall and short grain In wet season, dry sessons or even when grain is down. lit. 11 County Clerk Joe liurnside made a recent visit to friends in Hustonville. Little Miss Mary Lee Dunn is In Lexington visiting her cousin, Miss Laura Dunn. Gulley and Mrs. Itozella have been in Lexington the guesta of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Dunn. Mrs. Woods Tudor", and attractive daughter. Miss Faye, of Taint Lick, were shoppers in Lancaster, Friday. Miss Edna Kavanaugh reached home last Saturday night, after a several months sojourn at St Augustine, Fla. Mra. Hay Orrell and four little sons, of Florida, are here for a several weeks visit to her mother. Mrs. W. A. I'rice. Mr. Dunn, J. I). See We Keep a .Full Line of Repairs on Hand. tuwlcnjou want Implements that gire Satisfaction. Former State Senator Ceorge T. Forris of Frankfort, is here on a visit to his doughter, Mrs. S. A. Walker on Rich- mond street. Mrs E1 Minor leaves shortly for Can ada where she expects to make her home with her daughter. Mrs Lora Belle Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. William Jennings and child'have been making h several days' visit to relatives at their former home in Iluena Vista. Mr. Itobert Honaker and Miss Hona-ker, THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. Cupf.ol A. It of Lexington, were recent visitors of Misses Georgia and Anna liritton Moss in the west suburb. Mrs E. L. Owsley reached home last Saturday night, after an extended visit to New York, Washington City, Virginia, Lexington and Nicholasville. Misses Grace and Carrie Anderson, daughters of Mr David Anderson on the Crab Orchard road, are at home, after a term at the Williamsburg College. Mr. Claude Royston of Chicago, will arrive Saturday to make a few ,days visit to his parents, Mr. and Mra. J. A. Itoyston, and his sister, Mrs. Gaines. Mrs. Rockwell Smith, Mrs. Lewis, and Misii Tommie Francis motored over from Danville Sunday afternoon, and spent a short whilo with Lancaster $50,000. J. E. STOltMES. Surplus- - $30,000. JENiJY, Pesldeit Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Coshier. r. J. L. GlIX, II. T. JUBRY, Ass't Cashier. Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. I). Cochran, Stormcs, S. 0. Denny, Alex It. Dennr. J. II. I'osey, J. E. J, L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. New Line of Up-To-Da- te BUG GIES AND ALSO t' Prasier Road Carts friends. Judgo M. D. Hugh went to Louis ville Tuesda to visit his son, Mr. It. E. Hughes and family, and his daugh ter, Mrs. May Hnghes Nolund and children. Mr. Erie Wnrd, of Cincinnati, has lately been here, and will be, hero again next Monday night to meet with the City Council in an elTort to purchase the Electric Light franchise. Mrs. J. M. Staughton, of Covington, is expected next week to visit Mr. and Mr. II. Clay Sutton, at "I'ine Court," arriving in time to take advantage of the Lancaster Chautauqua rourse. Mrs. Robert T. Embry, accompanied by Mrs. L. G. Davidson, Miller un.d Mis. Itozella auto trip Wednesday to attend the C, W. II. M. Miss Ruby Thompson was a visitor in Mr and Mrs Chas. Rigsby of Preach Mrs. Kobert Elkin has been invited to n banquet at the Kentucky College Uryantsville, Friday. ersville ore the proud parents of an for Women, in Danville, and respond to Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph was the guest eight pound baby girl, who nrrWod last week to add its blessings to this happy a toast representing the Dell Seminary last Sunday of Mrs. Emma Daniel. home. Alumnal. Miss Margaret Francis, of Psini The Honorable Charles F. Mont- Lick, is with her sister, Mrs. Sauflley Mrs Charles Zimmer and two interest gomery, of Casey county, nccompanled Hughes. ing children and her sister,. Miss Slagel, by his friend, Mr. T. Carpenter, visited all of Pomeroy, 0., arrived yesterday at the home of Mr. ArcH K. Walkre, Mrs. William Farnau and little son, and are guests of Mr and Mrs It ZimKennedy, are visiting Mrs. Banks Hudrecently. mer at Hotel Kengarlan. son in Danville. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines were in Mrs. Cleveland Rose was in Stanford Mr. Frank Phjllips, of Stanford, was Stanford Wednesday evening for the the guest of Miss Cora Perkins last the first of the week to see her brother High School Commencement, their Lee Perkins, who had a fainting spell niece, Miss Gertrude Gaines being one Sunday evening. Saturday afternoon, falling on Main of the young girls to receive a diploma. Mr. J. P. Easley, the popular insur- street and cutting a gash in the back ance man, was in Lexington for a sev of his scalp. A later report is that he Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wet were in days sojourn. eral is doing as well as could be expected. Millerabury Wednesday to attend the Col. M. F. and .Mrs Elkm of Lexing. Commencement of the Military Insti Mr. S. C. Denny will attend the tute there, their son, Joe Harris West ton, hove been recent visitors of Dr. Bankers Convention, composed of the being one of the graduates of that and Mrs B. F. Walter. the Eighth and Eleventh districts, to flourishing school. Mr. Fred P. Frisbie went to Lexing- be held in Barboursville this coming Among the nsmss of the Louisville ton Wednesday in the interest of his Friday, Mr. Denny is a member of the Executive Committee, Group Eight High School pupils who attained the thriving insurance business. honor roll, we note the namo of Robert Miss Burch Duncan of Nicholasville On last Friday evening the Board of Hughes Noland who also has the dis- has been the attractive guest of her Trustees of the Shelbyvilie Graded tinction of always having been on it friend. Miss Ruby Thompson. Schools held a session and elected since a Louisville, pupil Mr J. M. Carpenter, of Oklahoma, Professor Henry H. Elliott, formerly of this city, as Miss Marian Morris, of Warsaw, who is here for a visit to his son, Mr 0. R. Professor Elliott their Superintendent. is the eldest brother was formerly a member of the Lancas- Carpenter ond Mrs Carpenter. of Dr. W. M. Elliott of this Dlace. ter graded school faculty, but taught Mesdames Hugh Hemphill and James this past year at Greendale was the Dr. W. M. Elliott and Mrs Elliott guest for a few days of Mrs. J. U. Arnold, of Nicholasville, are the guests presided most graciously at n C o'clock of their niece, Mrs. J. L. Francis. Kinnaird in Hill Court. cource dinner, given at their attractive Mr. and Mrs. Harve McRoberts and home on Maple avenue. Plates were Mrs. Emma Daniel entertained last Saturday, at a high noon, six course daughter, Miss Annie Davis, of Ston- - laid for the following: Dr. J. S. Gilbert and Mrs Gilbert, Mr and Mrs E.C. dinner. Covers were laid for Mr. and ford visited relatives hero Tuesday. Gaines, Mr ond Mra R. T. Embry, acd Mrs. F. M. Tinder, Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Kirk and little Mr and Mrs John Mount. I. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Brad sons have returned from u fortnight's ahaw and Miss Kathleen Parks. visit to his home folk& at Winchester, Mrs. Arch Kavanaugh was ho3tess on Wednesday of a handsome dinner Miss Ethel M. Farmer, Mrs. Lorina Ohio. Long and Master J amea Hester were hour, the guests Mrs. E. H. Kidd of Liberty, arrived served at the mid-dathe guests of Mesdames James and last Saturday and is the guest of 'her being Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hudson, Mrs. They niece, Mrs. Carlton Elkin on Stanford F. P. Frisbie, and Mrs. M. K Derny, Robert House at Lancaster. the repast being spread in honor of the motored to Lexington and were th street. eldest daughter of the house, Miss Edna guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brown. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown went to Kavanaugh just returned from several Interior Journal. Brodheud Tuesday to attend the funermonths sojourn in the scuth. A delegation of Stanford citizens and al of their kinswoman, Mrs. Ed. members of the council wereinLancas Sprowle. Reverend J. W. Beagle, recent paster last week investigating the oiling Miss Tommie Francis is expected tor of the Lancaster Baptist church, of our 8tfe,'ts Rnd 'her Improvements, home the latter part of the week from lately held a protracted meeting at Among them were Messrs Harve Mo a visit to Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith ot Middleburg, the revival continuing for Roberts, Will Severance W. 11. Shanks, Danville. almost a fortnight, in which he had 15 .Mrs. B. F. Hudson was hostess at a accessions to the membership, 11 of Mrs. II. C. KsulTman, Mrs. Emma Reverend HIgginbotham, Mrs. J. It. Mount, Mrs, recent enjoyable family gathering, the which wero by immersion. Beagle, J. B. Kinnaird and Mrs. Itobert Embry occasion being in the nature of a straw family after a short rest with his at Georgetown goes to Brod-hea- d represented the Lancaster C. W. II. M berry feast. to held a revival. Auxilliary at the district C. W. B. M. Mrs. It A. McLean of Nashville, Convention held Wednesday at Hus Tenti, is visiting at the home of His former parishioners here will re her tonville. The district includes the brother, Mr. James Burnside, near gret to learn that the Reverend 0. P. counties of Garrard, Madison, Lincoln Point Leavell. Bush and family were recently subject and i'ulaski. to a considerable scare and shakeup. Miss Bessie Caldwell, who has been They wero returning from the crecK, A reiital was given Saturday even teaching at the Bryantsville school for near ing at Sayre College by Miss Elizabeth the past year, returned to her home at pony their home at Columbia, when the they were driving became frightFord, graduate in expression, and London, last Monday. ened and ran away, demolishing the Mies Elizabeth Cowles, graduate in Messrs Robinson Cook, Alexander buggy, but fortunately none of the oc pjsno. The two young artist gave i showing to advan' Robinson, Joe Harris West and Bert cupants were seriously hurt, though beautiful program the entire family were thrown from tage their ability, gift and training. Embry are at homo from the Millers- - I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, FOR SALE;-AI- I kinds of plants. I. P. Thompson. by Hemp Breaks made and sold F. Parks. Paint Lick, Ky. STOLEN:-Fro- W. my farm near Mar-cellu- s, about ten days ago, two cattlo weight 1000 pounds each. . Will givo $25. for recovery of cattle or Information and $50. for conviction of thitvep. OF. . Rankin. For Sale. Baby buggy in good condition, also tricycle. Phone 379. Wanted. 5000 a bushels Seed for fall delivery. Phone Glass & Glass, Camp Nelson, Ky. of Cultivated Hemp Residence and Shop For Sale. Owing to my health will sell worth the money my residence and shop with one and half acres of land in Bueoa. Vista. Shop has established trade ot 28 years. Call or write M3-2mo- .. J. E. Scott, Bueno Visti. " AUTOMOBILE General' HOSPITAL: Me. repair work of all kinds' Storage batteries recharged. It. J. W. Aker. Prop. SHO); REPAIRING. I have opened a shoe repairing shop over J. T. Rtiney's Livery stable. Your patronage is solicited. ' Alfred B. Hood. FOR SALE 111 acres of land near Hyattsvilia' station on Kirksville pike, 6 room house and 1 Fannie B. Russel, R. F. D. No. 1 Lancaster, Ky. FOR SALE. 3,000 acres of fine Alfalfa land on pike in good stction of Mississippi. 5,000 acres of Alfalfa and grazinglands in Alabamn near Q. & C. It. R. Write for description and prices. J. E. HIgginbotham, "West Point. Mi '1 DO YOU KNOW Your old carpets and cast otF clothing make beautiful Rugs and that I will sell you at half price a combination Vacuum Cleaner and Sweeper to keep your rugs clean. mo. Fannie Bishop. iliiu! at prices right. See USJln regard to putting on your RUBBER TIRES. We handle nothing but the best grade of rubber version. Mrs. Anna Bailey was in Stanford Wednesday evening for the High School Commencement. Her beautiful and ccomplished young daughter, Miss BtfS Holtzclaw, being one of the "sweet girl graduates," The selections were especially Httru'c tiveand the large audience was most appreciative. Miss Ford is charming und attractive on the stage mid each number was gracefully given Lexing' ton Herald. Young Mr. Burton Stapphas received high commendation from the state Sec retary of the Christian Endeavor organ izn'ion for his attendance at every sen tlon of tlie State C. E. Convention Mrsr L. N. meeting recently in Lexington, he and Dunn, niacin un Miss Lida Raney having gone us Lan Hustonville to easier delegates. A letter was re. District Con- - jceiitly received by the local society Mt.,1 linriMV lAitntniunilliti, M ttnttn. came witnin one notch of reaching the same standard, sho having been invited to a social functiou, and this one absence from the C. E. sessions pre- her from making the same i vented I record an young Mr, Stapp. burg Military Institute. the vehicle Dr. J. B. Kinnaird attended h Mpili. cal Convention Wednesday at Hustonville and contributed an interesting and Instructive paper to the program. Mrs. Arthur Hubbard arrives shortly from Covington, to visit her cousin. Mr?. John E. Stormes on Richmond avenue, she protracting herstuy through the Chautauqua season. Mrs Mattie Duncan cave an elabor. ate six o'clock dinner complimentary to the following; Reverend II. S. Hud son and Mrs Hudson. Mr and Mrs S. C. Denny j WANTED HORSES AND MULES. I nm in the market for army horses and mules, also cotton mules. Anyone having any to sell, let me know at once W. B. Burton, Lancaster, Ky. DON'T KEEP HENS, Make Your Hens Keep You. LEG-HOR- aid Mrs E. C. Gaines. t4 ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. No Alum No Phosphate Mrs. George D. Robinson, Mrs. Ray mond Haaeldun, Mrs. S. II. Anderson, Mrs Albert Ware, Mrs Hayden Leavell Mrs M. S Hutfleld, Mr and Mrs G. M. Lyons, Mrs. M. L. Canecr.and Mrs S. A. Black Jack, with white points. 151 Walker were In Hustonville on Wed nesday for the District C. W. II, M. har.ds high, fine breeder and great in umuuBi. t jacx oi line uone ana ac Convention. tion. Will stand at $10. to insure a W. II. Burton. Lancaster a hustling living colt. horse and mule dealer, has been vigor Will also at same time and place ously canvassing the whole country for army animals, having lately been In stand a PEAVINE HORSE at $10. to Hustonville where he purchased a num. Insure a living colt. All will stand at W. P. Diahon's hybrids. ber of firaj-clasfarm on the Crab Orchard pike 5 miles Invitations hove been received here from Lancaster, Kentucky, Mares by relatives and friends announcing the grazed at t'i. per month. Care taken Commencement exercises of the Acad. to prevent accidents, but not responemy Class of 1916 of the John B. Stet sible should any occur. son University at IJeLanc, Florida, Miss Florence Johnson being ond of the students to win u diploma. Buck Varnon. SINGLE COMB BROWN hatched before September 1st will lay next winter, (if they are pal. lets). When do you want those eecsT Terms easy. CASH. Erie C. Farra, Box 272, Lancaster, Ky. CORTRIGHT TIN SHINGLES. W. P. Dishon. The best and only real good shingle on the market today. I have the exclusive agency for this shingle in Garrard county and can put them on mv. self at a reasonable urice. If yoa sro in need of any roofing or building ' of any kind, give me a call. C. S. Ruop, Carpenter and Contracted V i Carteraville. Kv. The Central Kecord, Thursday May 25, 1916. THE PEOPLES UNVERSITY 15 THE CHAUTAUQUA I - n. ONLY ONE PERSON IN SEVENTY GOES THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY. tf It I L EVERYONE CAN AFFORD TO ATTEND CHAUTAUQUA. The Redpath Chautauqua In Lancaster, Opens June 2nd and Closes the 7th, REX Thil splendid 1 Jefferson cnxttrrc rrn.JiD iMt 1, Schools Lav. . GOOD These CAUSE Figures People Will FOR Make ALARM Lancaster BUENA VISTA Mr and Mrs Clarence Ruble of Danville spent the week-en- d with relatives. Master Chester and Clay Evans of Danville have been visiting relatives t j yxjm col kal, lTimrr fur Professor Redd (No. 130058) GARRARD walking stallion will 191G hr in Take Notice. Draw A Check rodi make the season of at my place at Nina, Kentucky, at TO INSURE. 8 $10.00 year IIUII IIS SSI Rex Garrard is a riclj red sorrel old, by Old Hex I'eavine dam by Deaths from kidney disease have In JJCIT PDUJEBAKER, SeCy, Lowrills, Kr. creased 72 per cent in twenty years, People overdo nowadays in so many ways that the constant filtering ot poisoned blood weakens the kidneys, Ueware of fatal llright's disease. suggest ; When backache or urinary ills weak kidneys, use Doan's Kidney Pills, live carefully, take things easy and avoid heavy eating. Doan's Kidney Pills command confidence, for no other kidney remedy is so widely used or so generally successful. Home endorse ment is the best proof of merit. Read this Lancaster residents story; W. M. Zunone, stationary engineer, Campbell and Crab Orchard Sts., I.an caster, siys; "My kidneys were dis ordered and the kidney secretions were irregular in passage and contained sedi ment. I had pains in niv back and sides and when I stooped, I bad dillicul ty in straightening. Doan's Kidney Pills relieved me." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doans Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Zanone had. Co., Props., Iiuf, falo, N. Y. Foster-Milburn viiarabU i tcr "K. nenit ' ill iHrnton cl1f here. Tom Covington. He is 16 hands high, Rood conformation and his colts are all natural walkers. always in demand good prices. Walking horses are and are bringing llfllS ipMgipE JOE WHEELER. NINA. KENTUCKY, ROWLAND PEAVINE No. 6053. Rowland I'eavine chestnut stallion; star and sn!p, foaled May 14th, 1912. Sired by Hex Peavine 1790, by Rex McDonald 833, by Rex Denmark 840. 1st dam, Bourboniste 9297 (full sister to Dourbon's Rest) by Bourbon Chief 97C, by Harrison Chief 1C0C, 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 2575. Rowland Peavine is a beautiful chest nut 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 Bhould 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 $15.00 To Insure a Luring Colt. lie will make the season of 1910 at the stable just back ot A. T. Nunnel- lev's house on Lancaster street. Moncv due at birth of colt or when fjt mare is parted with or bred to other SIOCK.. Jut More Silo frLess Money Make no deal for a lilo without getting our figures and fixtures. We give more and better anchorage. Stauncher door frame. Steel-hingefour-latc- h door. Steel atep ladder, tep every 18 inches. Better comparative construction throughout. Mrs Wilt Jeneings and baby of Lancaster are visiting her father and other Lcavell, relatives. Misses Margaret Askins and Nrttio At Gash. Ison have returned home after a pleasant visit in Wilmore. Tliis handsome animal is by Mr and Mrs O. U. Montgomery attended church at Mt. Hebron, Sunday Polled Klnfi. .177390, dam My Hrl-dand were guests of relatives. Rose 1G39G8. Misses Alice Mabel and Rernyce Scott spent Saturday with their brother, Mr T. C. Scott, of Harrodsburg. Mrs Jesse Rogers remains very ill. pd. Dr. Rarkley of Lexington was called in consultation with Dr. Guttery Sunday. Mesdames J. E. Scott and II. S, Christopher spent last Thursday, the guests of Mr and rs M Fountain Myers of Danville. Miss Lucretea Skinner and Mr Urun er ot Camp Nelson, Misses Wilder ar.d Mr Amos Skinner of Shakeftown were guests of Misses Askins and brother' Sunday. stand this registered short horn bull at my place near Point I will $2.00 for the money youovc mid note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do businass with a man who has an account nt the Garrard Bank & nl TrnsI Co. They know he is doing business in a buslrrss like way. Iletter open such an account even If your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. J. W. HILL. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company No Tires are "larger! than Black-Trea- ds taken Type for Type, GOODRICH SIZE LOWJliLL Mrs. S. P. Davis is still ill. M.. J. S. liurrows is visiting Mr. L. II. Davis of Livingston. Mrs. Jim Lee visited her daughter, Mrs. J. II. Davis Thursday. Mr. Enos Davis left Saturday to live with his son, near Richmond. Mrs. Henry Kuhlman spent the night with Mrs. W. R. Patrick, Sunday. Mr. Ralph Meadows, of Lancaster, is visiting Mr. AK F. Meadows and family Miss Ethel Mae Davis tnfrtuintd a few of her friends informally Saturday evening. Mr. Arthur Hurte and Miss Stevens of Richmond were guesss of Mrs. Wm. Mr. BUCKEYE J. P. Prather visited relatives in in Kirksville last week. Hendren were Dr. and Mri. Nicholasville Monday. Get Our Prices Before You Buy Our d'ittA shipment of atavea and fii llin and oparahni rurci and mallei money than any ado company can fiv you. ilurte Sr. Sunday. Elkin, of Rerea, were the guests of Miss Lou Kuhlman Sunday afternoon. Miss Peachie lielden who has been with Mrs, Jonn Hamlin for the past three months has returned to he home Miss Nelle Kidd and Mr. eipnM mean mor ado for Lt o with pro iarf if at KENTUCKY SILO CO-P. Kincaid. Mgr. Stanford, Ky. Conway. Messrs Lloyd King and Wm. Early called upon Misses Nannie Lee Logan and Jessie Mae Perkins, of Rerea, Saturday evening. Horn to the wife of Henry Dunn, girl, Mary Frances, May 11th. Miss Elsie Whittaker. of Kirksville, is the guest of Miss tlarbara Gullev. Mrs. Roy Sanders entertained a num ber of her friends at dinner Sunday. Messrs. G. N. Mile and George Barnes of Nicholasville have been thu guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. Quite a number from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Pollard who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Sal Hurt, May 3rd. After short ser vices the body was laid to rest in the cemetery at Lancaster. Mr. Mike Ray died at his home near here. May 8th., after a lingering illness of many years. He had always ben a citizen of this county and had many friends who regret very much to hear of his death. He leave a wife and three children; Messrs Clay and Alex His remains Rsy and Mrs. Jim Lee. were interred in tlm crmetery at this for Size, and Type for Typo. Goodrich are ru larjro na tho largest put out Maker- - f lik III He II mm MAINTAINED. This means larger than corrcspondinp Sizes nnd Types of many other Tires for which even higher prices arc nsKed. tho most gcncroitly mado J.PSi?"3' FABRIC lircs on tho Market, at any price. Manufactured by tho largest Kubber Factory t in America, with a 47 year Experience in Rublwr-workinand a Record for DEPENDABILITY which make3 tho abovo Btatemcnta worthy of prompt acceptance. Mado from tho new "Barefoot Rubber," which pives its maximum Traction with minimum Fric-tio- n, with resilience, liveliness and lonir-lif- o to Tires. p;. m& tfE SO Grass at 10 cents per day. J. C. Bailey, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. YOUNG John Morgan. 3705. 1 will stand my Jack, Young John Morgan 3705. lor the season oi jmu. at my farm 1 miles from Lancaster, ua new Danville pike, at $8. To Insure Horse Mule and $10. Insure A Hare Mule. To Young John Morgan 3705, was aired by John Morgan and was out of an Imported Registered Jennet Lien retained on all colts fat the sea-a- n which will be due if mare is traded or sold to another party J. W. Sweeney, Lancaster, Ky. rying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our ."arms or permit it to bo done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selected by us. This November 16th, 1915, R. L. Elkin, J. E. Robinson, W. II. Rrown. Jno. M. Farra, Alex Walker, W. II. Rurton, T. A. Elkin, Haselden Rros., F. M. Tinder, J. II. Dalton, Logan Hubble, John II. Smith, G. M. Deshon, J. N. Ross, H. R. Cox, Fisher Herring, Hughes Rros, J. W. Sweeney, W. M. Mahan, Withers Rros. William, Marcus and Jim White. R. F. Wilmot, J. U. Tope, Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. R. Cook, J, JV. Elmore, Huffman Bros, T. C. Rankin. Wm. G, Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. R. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr. Jno. M. White, R. E. Henry. Bright Herring. A. D. Iiradshaw, R. L. Barker. This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of threo years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so, and we further agree to prosecute with diligence all persons who violate the came laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lanus jor me purpose oi Hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of car- Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Davis and babv, place. and Mrs John Tudor und children and Mrs Jim Lee were the guests of Mrs, S. P. Davis Sunday. Misses Edgar Rrandenburgh, Tom Mursee and Tally Wheeler and Misses Etnel Mae Davis, Abbie King and If PRICED1st, last year to against Padded Tire-User- on that s, 1915, by tho B. F. Goodrich saved more titan 25,000,000 "Fair-List-" basis Initiated through its propaganda Price-List- s. attended church at Kirksville Sunday evening. Misses Abbie King, Ethel Mae Davis andGlutha Anglin and Messrs Llojd King.Tally Wheeler, Tom Marsee and Wm Early spent a very a very pleasant evening witli Mr. and Mrs. John Tudor at Manse Wednesday. Glatha Auglin SAYS DRINK LEMONADE FOR RHEUMATISM. JH WALL PAPER li to tht room, what cloth ar to tha pa on. It raflact tha Ut of lha becapanta &4 tablUha thalr aocitl UndinJ. t 30 55 3 I J5J0.40 I ct 33 $15.43 32 x Zl 33 x4 Safety Tread ..322.00 34 3G 7LY. 37 x 0 ,.:7.35 E0.C0 33 5H. r xt Priced so reasonably low .that Competitors, whoso products are not comparable, claim superiority pn tha more strcnrth of their Higher Prices (and tho larger Profits they demand from tho lire-Usand Dealer). Goodri:h Prices arc based on what It cosfs fio largcst. and tannest exwrienced. Rubber Factory to manufacluro lirca, as ONE of tho 2C9 lines of Goodrich Rubber Goods for which it buys Crudo Rubber, and over which its Overhead Expenses aro divided. Good Business Men should know, from this, why Goodrich "Barefoot" Tires can bo (as they tiro) tho best Tires on thoMnrket AT ANY PRICR -t- hough quoted at tho moderato "Fair-List- " fh urea frankly and openly published herewith. er THE D. F. GOODRICH CO: Akron, Ohio Relief from rheumatism and sciatica can be obtained by drinking lemonude and avoiding alcholic drinks. To get rid of this stubborn disease, however, to stop the twingeB, pain and welling, and drive the poisonous accumulations from the joints and muscles, all generously Inclined druggists will tell you to take half a teaspoonful of Rheuma dally until all misery ceases. Rheuma is a powerful remedy, because only a powerf ul remedy can over come euch a terrible disease; but Itheuma acts speedily the first dose taken and you'll knuw that you will soon be your healthy, happy self again- R. E. McRoberts and nil druggists know what Rheuma will do, for they sell a great deal of it and guarantee that two 60 cent bottles will oveicome rheumatic agony or money back. DRICH- - Alfred Peats "Prize" Wall Papers r talactad for thalr artUtle and dacoratlra worth and avtry pattara will lv tui' Ano roatttr tha prica. 4 Inapact thasa baaatiful datlA In tha rooms to ba paparad, lha only afa way, Tha book, "Homa Dacoradon" thowi how ihty look upon lha wall. 1 Lax I a aaaaiaiaat at dtaigaa sad color laa, at papalar prlcaa. EaiinalM chaarfolly fuinithad. ction ires WHITE & RIDDLE. Paint Lick, Ky. Lancaster Motor Car Co, Distributors for Garrard County. The Central Record, Thursday May 25, 1916 Stop At The( Artist Peavine. After a careful consideration, year-old 1 liavi finally consented to allow my four 288!) Gait House When In Louisville. j EUROPEAN PLAN. chestnut stallion, Artist I'eavlne by Kentucky I'eavlne to serve a limited number of approved mares at R. E. Hughes, of Louisville, has placed In our hands for sale, his farm o Ily competent judges of combined horses, this horse is said to be one of 178 acres, one mile from the Lancaster Court House on tho Lexington pike, Omce it Ralney s Livery Stable. h mile on the Lexington pike and one mile on the Sugar Creek the best individuals in Central Kentucky. Space will not allow a lengthy din Fronts Lancaster. Kentucky pike. Formerly part of the blue grass farm of the Ilcazlcy Brothers, recent cussion of the merits of this excellent horse, but a careful peruaal of his pedl owners of McGrathiana harm In Fayette county and now owners of Sliennn greo will convince you, without a suggestion from me, that few horses In the doah rarm, near Lexington. $15. To Insure a Living Colt. One Of Central Kentucky s fCARDS.l Best Values In Farms Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Offered For Sale, Veterinary and Dentist. A Surgeon GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. ine Dining Kooni witn Excellent service and Low Price. Free Auto-Bu- s Meets Trains. Turkish and Electric Bathes. Write for Reservations. State of Kentucky are his equal. This Hughes Farm Is As Rich As Double Cream. This horse la by Kentucky I'eavlne 28s'J, and out of a mare, Artie Itosc, It has been Improved by the present owner and made richer yearly with Ittgister No. 11893, she by Kentucky's; Artist. The tntlre pedigree on both tlii" Idta In view of erecting a home thereon, for a family residence, but a de clslon just made not to leave the metropolitan districts and an excellent oppor sides (nnd he is royally bred) Is in my hands for inspection and will take great tunlty offered to Invest the money now h the farm in his home city to a much Si. M Morrow, Grmlnalc Optician Ulaiic. Fitted. BaiialacUun Guaranteedbetter advantage has changed his plans, hence this advertisement. pleasure in showing you this horse and his pedigree. - More Than Thirty Dollars Per Acre In Improvements 110 Pat On In Past Two Years J. GREENBERG, Manager. Two Miles West of Lancaster on New Danville Pike. 'BLEUCHER llnl llriwii WVH Ittaunl tUKK llltit nam nut. V.li-- . nurk ( J.nr Olar M4e JMjtJ, Rmi Ortal brawl nam Utrtnr .tr Ballkwet 46158. 1U0C. NABOTH, JR. Nnl otli Jr., Is a rich red bay. t years old and full 10 hands high, weiuhs 1225 pounds and Is n horse of wonderful beauty, having a long, rangy neck and carrying a fine tnll. He Is a perfect gaited horse with superb nil round action and like all sins of old Naboth he has great natura speed in harness. As is generally known there Is a scarcity of good horses, and those suitable for the Eastern market bring fancy prices. If the breeders would raise 'Number-on- e horses they must take the mares to the right kind of aires. Naboth, Jr., beyond all doubt Is a horse that will produce the type of horses that the market demands, and for which tho public is willing to pay high prices. He has size, Record 2:291, Trial 2:11. . Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2271. Trotter, llrowu Stallion, about IK! IibiuIh. foaled Standnrd Registered Vol. 18. 10 ... llk Nlslll JW.Ine lr nl I to lr(lflllr o XZ Itrmk ti.) 1. 31 Hr.rrli- - ( Noonuar UrlchtlUht nr hi itlntnTiB, flrmt ftrnoil Uil.. ( Harry IMajr illuvX, 1;1T ' Aleron- M4,lUmaolo Hirralun, - acres in grass. M acres In fresh cultivation following meadow.. , dwelling, with largo large chicken hourc yard and garden. cistern and fenced-iconcrete silo. Ilarn that will hold 12 acres of tobacco. New corn crib. circular concrete pool, fed by underground pipe from never falling spring. Kights by deed to water from big spring on adjoining farm. Virtually cleared of stumps during present ownership. New cross fencing divides farm Into four convenient fields. Has had recent benefit of more than a car load of artificial fertilizer and grazing cattle, as well as manure spread from fattening cattle fed in barn past IS months. Four-roosmoke-housen 200-ton Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Lick, .. Best Available Farm Close To Lancaster Market. John II. Casey, D. V. NT lMk lif,. ( iMr.nl l.ilamrotiiO. NurwtMHl Ilrlli lir N.rwoeil Mi. Ilarntl Wllkv. S. u u u rM.koJUK Hr.nr II tu'itio.cte. Mm si lll.n.L York. i I.OM Kj Htralhmnre om" Dam ol Hump. aallln Bulla )l iii i.aia ..ant isi tWrr III .u JrfS:IT I lltaatshM isn;. M.iirtM Hllk J .or; Hili ir, (II Mini i halt slatsf la Dllvat lima tt'llk.a Mnwou.1 M.S.JI S. isils",, tu Hlr.nfCarl IIIH llllf M.tr In Hllmt Jriiur (Mar U llkc Jll Halt llrwk JH. t'Ur Br llarir l:lr llrimk alM I.lllf Cl.r Iiam nl flll.R( rruej.-Tl'tnam 3:19. Ht. I 3;. rt !.. . lilt,. ai tr i it',.i:p.i.iii iari Silent Brook tU7iy, 2:ICJ. sire of Hilly Ilurk 2:0.11. Meadow llrook 2:0GJ, Shawbay 2:071. Zarrine Betty llrook 2KW, Emma llrook 2:09. Lady B.llbrook 2:10, llutter Ilruok 2:101, Silent Brigade (2) 2:10, Margaret Bathgate (4) 2:111, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (I) 2:071. etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, also produced Red.litt Clay 2:281, and wan grandam of I'rue 2:2IJ. Moko 2IIS7, lire of Kermo 2;0.'J (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Rrcndn Vorke (3) 2.KWJ, (Futurity winner) (5) 2:011. Native Belle (2) (Futurity winner) (3) , (champion Mnnrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity win nor,) Silver Silk (t) 2:001, Susie N. (3) 2:091 (Futurity winner.) ttomoko 2:10. Mobel 2M01, .tochester2:10l. Momaiter 2:11. Sillko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion,) Vito (4) Martha Tipton (4) O'Neil (3) 2:131. etc. llrother to Ilumpj 2:031, at $3.00 to insure a living horse colt and $10.00 to insure a living mare colt. Ilaron I). 2:10, etc. Napolion Jr., has proven a great breeder as all of his colts show for them Bleucher 4Clfy, reconl 2:291. trial mile 2:141. half In l:0i. last quarter in 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds, lie selves. Also at same time will stand my beautiful spotted pony, greatly resembles his good lire Silent llrook and IS out of Clayo, by tho great to Insure Living Colt. i uturity sire Moko. Forelgrfdemand has exhausted the supply and wo may expeet better I am prepared to care for stock from a distance at reasonable prices, but prices for our horses in the future. Our advice to mare owners is to breed their no responsibility assumed for accidents or escapes of stock committed to my care 1 mares and to breed them stallions of merit and proven worth as sires. Hleucli er Is just the type to produce tho colts that will supply tho demand. His colts have proven fine, with nice head and nock and plenty of bone and conformation. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1910 at my stable in I wish to thank my friends for their patronage in the past and ask for a Lancaster, Kentucky, at continuance of same during this season. style, action, beauty and breeding. New road construction, under State supervision, of Lexington pike give Veterinary If like begets like you can get the right kind of horses by breeding to the farm a boulevard frontage. Niiboll, Jr. You will note that this Stallion has the blood of Old Niilioth.IIam-bletonia- n Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary OrTererJ As A Whole For $26,700, or Divided. 10. Old Messenger Chief, Jied Wilkes, Ucorge Wilkes, Mambrino College. Chief, rilot, Jr., and Harry Clny. 53 acres in front, now In fresh cultivation, following meadow, with spring DANVILLE. and concrete pool, fronting on both Lexington and Sugar Creen pikes. One KENTUCKY Pedigree. finest sites In Central Kentucky for a home, $10,000. by Naboth, 10010 2:19. he by Walsingham. 2100, sire of the Naboth. Jr., 125 acres in three fields, 110 acres grass and IS acres in fresh cultivation Latitude 2:111; and several others in tho list. Walsingham by George Wilkes. following meadow, having a frontage of mile on Sugar Creek pik Old Naboth s first dam, Tinsel by Messenger Durock 10H son of Humble-toniadwelling and outbuildings, barn, corn crib, silo and pond Included In this Second dam, Hess aister to James Howell, Jr., by Hambletonian. acreage, $17,000. Third dam, Jessie Sayre by Harry Clny 13. Fourth dam by Liberty, son of FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ur, will divide front 03 acres Into two tracts: Zj acres at corner Lance, by American Kclipse. Office Over National Bank. of Lexington and Sugar Creek pikes (nearer Lancaster) containing spring Naboth Jr., will be kept during the season of l'Jlii at my stable near and concrete pool, for $5,200; 23 acres, fronting Lexington pike, transferring Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 Ilryantsvlllo on the J. 11. Dunn farm and will be permitted to serve mares at deeded rights to spring just over fence on adjoining farm West, fcr $5,200. LANCASTER, KY. the very low price of LIIIKItAL TERMS: Reasonable cash payment and bankable notes. Phone, write or call in person for further facts. HUGHES & SWINEUROAD, At the same time and place, I will stand my fine Jack, Iteal Estate Agents. Lancaster, Kentucky. Surgeon. three-fourt- h J. A. Beazley $10.00 To Insure a Living Colt. Three Brown Mauley CULTIVATORS to close out NAPOLEON, JR., $10. COMBINED STALLION. at cost. Shelbark Jr., at G. C. COX, Phone 229. Manse,Ky 1 Office Hnura 8 t0 12 llo4.7to9 p. sol A. Wheeler 1 L. TEATER, BRYANTSVILLE, RY. M. K. Denny and Office: . Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Siormei UnlldlnseTti Hurt 6 Jkd aou'a nrnuur. Store. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY; $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167. Barlowe. By Chester Peavine 3184, by Rex Pea vine 1 will also stand this beautiful Shet- - land Stallion for tho season of l'JIC my stable in Lancaster, Ky.. at at Coll. 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 6846 He Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agte llav Stallion 10 hands, star, left hind ankle white, fine style and action. will make the season of 191G nt my barn at Hackler, Kentucky, at $10. I To Insure A Living Fruit and Shade Trfies Strawberry Plants, Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies nm prepared to take, care of marcs I.Icn re on grass at 10 cents n day. tallied on colts for service fee. Money due when mare Is traded or parted with. accidents but not responsible should any occur. J. Nevin Carter, Stanford. HIGH PRESTON The following stock will make the season at my stable, one mile East of MrCreary and six miles East of Lancaster. Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Care taken to prevent SEASON OF1 1916. HsF.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, 1841. W. B. BURTON, Phone 95. $10. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Keutuckyv 191b Lancaster, Ky. DORSEY GOLD DUST JR. Peavine 85. Will stand at $10. to insure a living colt I will also stand a good four year old at $10.00 to Insure a living colt. KSSSE REX McD. 6597 Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 16 hands high, lie I Denmark M0. Pereheron Stallion, r en Itrl MrlKmalil MS . J2 Luer Mack IIW ( Crlglrra Denmark. Marc It ur ot Ilia Weal nUek Squirrel 5. Mara tr OI. I Star Davla Muutrom 101 Oflta ltoa (Mo illfw tir Aarliin lVnnlnir. Ortli Mla.lM UCII ..j(Maranr DululbUblellalli JK1. that this horse belongs to a family of seen by the champions, his sire, Kex McDonald being the world's champion of champions. On his dam's side bo traces to Montrosu who was chumplon for eighteen years. This horse has the finest shoulders and withers that I have ever seen, splendid bone, short back. His neck, head and ears are in tno right place. He also has the best shoulder motion and hock action of any horse that I havo ever had in my stable, You KMX McD. is a show horse In harness as well ng under the saddle. can not make u mistake in breeding your good mares to this horse. Ho will make the season M dim It can be ly iiotvm Drennon. At ' I will also $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. lest extent of t law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. & N B Price Ed ft. L. Elk fa W. It. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. WesU same time and place will Also at the II. U. Arnold. James G. Conn. stand my fine Jack, . C. Morgan. J. P. Blsnd. Long Bros J. II. and W. S. Weaver . Booth Sutton. W. T. West. W. L Lawson and son. Howard King, Miss Carrie Boulden, J. H. Rigsby. At $7.00 to insure a Living Horse Colt . C. Rigsby. John Richardson, and $8.00 for Mare Colt. A. C. Miles. J. B. Woods. . 11. Thompson, Jno. M. Farra. C. Morgan it a black Jack, with B. L. Kelly. David Steven. white points, I5J hands high, coming rank Thompson. S. C. Rigsby. seven years old and has proven himself D. M. Anderson. VJ. II. Thompson. a good breeder. Davis Sutton Arrt and r.J Bourne. Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar U Morgan by John Morgan, Jr., 3703, was sired by John Morgan, he by erry Bland. is out ut an Imported Jen We will add other names for 23 cent net. John Morgan, Jr.. out of Jennet by Joe Blackburn, he by 3rd Prince, he cash. by 2nd Prince, ho by Imp Prince, 1st dam Daisy by Dixie, she by Irvln Dixie by Kickapoo, 2nd dam Mollie Gray by Loid Wellington, 3rd dam by Importer Dam Bcechcr Jennet. A lien retained on all colts for service. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not .responriblu should any occur. HIGH I'RESTON C&1G sired by Carroll Treston, 43S3, he by Preston 922, by Washington 54, by Cronwell 73, by Washington Denmark. Carroll Preston's 1st dam Ilaby Pence 7019. by Enoch Arden, 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont 3rd dam Daughter of Garrard Chief 22G3, 4th dam Gray Eagle, Forrest t, HIGH PIJESTOM GS1G 1st dam was Queen Eagle, alio by King Eagle 2560, he by Royal King 2555, he by Ontimo 745, he by Stomewall Jackson 72. Royal King's 1st dam Mollio Mountz 2584, was by the noted sire Cabhells Lex ington. F. S. King Eagle's 1st dam Hip 3579, she by Eagle Bird, he by Old King Eagle 750. 2nd dam Red Lion, 3rd dam Harris Denmark 45, 4th dam by Jim Hell. HIGH PRESTON CS4G 2nd dam Lady Bird, she bv Eagle Bird 1014, 3rd dam Mollie Drennon she by Old Drennon, 4th dam Copper Bottom and runs back to old Davy Crockett 323G. -T- horoughbred, The undersigned hereby (f'7d warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon: our lands for any purpose whatever asr we will prosecute all offenders to ful POSTED C. Morgan 4665 stand my walking stallion, Are You a WomaD?j GAY BOYD, At $10. To Insure Living Colt re stullions In Ken. I'ltlNCK ALHEItT, one of tho best CLYDKSDAI-tucky will also make the season at my barns at the low prico of $10.00 to FOR HORSE MULE & S8. FOR HARE. a living colt. This Is the kind to breed to for mule mares and farm horses. BEECHER M0RGAN-S- 6. At the same time and place will also stand two extra good JACKS at I retain a lien on all colts until season money Is paid. Mares transferred present season $10.00 each to Insure living colts. All thls stock will mako the or bred elsewhere, forfeits Insurance and must btrpald at once. Care taken to my farm near I'alnt Lick, Ky. at prevent nccidonts, but not responsible should any occur. I'iione Mares will be kept on grass at reasonable rates and every care taken to but will not be responsible Bhould any occur. prevent accidents, 3G4-1- CHIEF NAPOLEON 5107 AS&XLl J. F. Foley. Hackley, Ky. Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. i! Carom The Woman's Tonic FM SALE AT ALL N. W. ROGERS. nm-h- kl WALKER BRADSHAW, Horses, Jacks and Jennets for sale at ull times. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-F All Receive Occasions. Prompt Attention. 13 or 83. All Orders McCREARY, KENTUCKY. tiel Eulamt. Paint Lick, Kenlucky. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. M8WRTS 7 The Central Record, Thursday May 25 dwelling with Large 4..4..4..126.96.36.199..188.8.131.52.4..4. basement for kitchen, dining room, etc, . 4. largo livery barn, two story, upper THE DAIRY FARMER. FARMER'S COLUMN - of floor hardwood maple used for dance' Tbo formula for making good hall or skating rtnk. two small houses cows Is not complicated. The will always rent- - Located on railroad, Mole. KiMHM below thti attains U lot m first step Is to use a pure bred in small, but splendid business town. na of onr firmer atcrlr,nd It tot aire. lr r for the tight man. A on the ) of stock, giain and inch tbin Veal, if you wilt, tbo dairy bull Price $1500.00 or will trade for farm. th farmer cinnot afford 10 farm calf, but ante the heifer ond om tont IIm. Na nolle will bo eeipt No. 241. CO acres, on pike near town j. rnlso her well. lino, and will beoolr In two tunes of lb kvery fertile, big tobacco barn and resl-- , 4. The dairy cow should have tceao, frt of eharra 4. ample heart girth and great en THE REAL ESTATE HEN OF dence; $86.00 per acre. pnclty, with clear, full, bright No. 25. A number of cottages and Sm Cotton has two good milk cowl eyes nml largo nostrils. bust- - j for sale. residences and building lots and KV. LANCASTER. Notice how your cows stick . ncss houses In Lancaster and suburbs nice Duroc boar, FOR SALE-- A up their noses nt hay that has at attractive prices either for homes or Miller McCormlck, ItFD 2. boon picked over by sheep, and Come and let us sell you a farm In for Investment. then feed both cow and sheep millions of Rood yearling Garrard County, wjhere five FOR SALE-Th- ree No. 26. We always have on our list In their own racks. grown bull calves. J II Thompson, Preach' pounds of the best tobacco is otner properties, farms, dwellings, reatlzo perhaps far annually; where all the agricultural stocks of goods, in fact all kinds of, 4. Dairymen they ersvllle. 4. better than have ever donn products grow abundantly; where the properties either for salo or trade. before the Tabic of .summer si If 'you want Strawberries by the best live stock is bred: where the blue In ro In tiding tbo animals over wants to No. 27. To the man who crate, gallon, half gallon or quart, grass grows, where good schools, moral slim pastures. ee us. If you want to sell ati phone Walton E. Moss. and hospitable people are attracting public auction your farm and stock and For Sale Orom cultivator, good as many home seekers. Lancaster, the crops, let us "pull oil" the sale for county seat, has three banks, telephone you, we will make you money. new. Price reasonable. exchange, electric light plant, cream S. II. Estes, FEED THE DRY COW ery. splendid water works system, two Hughes Swlnebroad, Cultivated hemp seed for sale or let flouring mills, grain and hemp ware- The Real Estate Men. Lancaster, Ky.i house, tobacco warehouse, on the L & out on shares. A LIBERAL RATION N railroad, one of the best graded Geo. T. Brown, R. F. D. 3. schools fn the State, having un endowWet led Steam. "A man dat argues Jcs' fob. de sako good, fresh milk ment fund of $50,000 In addition to a FOR SALE.-- 20 We can of talklnV said Undo Eben, "Is like cows, also SO Yearling, two year old $30,000 new school building. It Is generally assumed that dry cows Walton E Moss jersey heifers sell homes or choice lots near theschool. an Inglnecr dat uses up all his steam do not need much feed. It Is truo they blowln' de whistle.1' arc not converting feed into milk, but Our price is the owner's price. We For Sale Some nice, young red refer to any bank or to any official for the unborn calf Is making heavy de and good milkers. Nice cows, fresh mands and the cow, to be most profltn Pathetic Weariness. firoof that we will deal fairly with you; Elmore, sow and pigs. J. W. When a woman who married a man blc later, should bo bo foil as to nccuiu as we have done for ten years and have to reform him lives to bo sixty years ulatc a little reserve. A cow that has no dissatisfied customers, Tom Hay, of Sycamore Valley, has becoming a widow, she Is gone through n long lactation ierlod unimproved farms of old without Improved and for sale, three cows with young calves about as pathetic a plcturo of animated needs this dry period to recuperate, and sizes and various locations and at If kept on too meager rations the full weariness as ono ever sees. and three sows and pigs. All good ones, all advantage of the rest Is 'not secured. various prices, but any farm priceu at , says the Knnsns rnrmer. Eggs For Hatching. Mrs Fred Conn, Its market value. No Dude. te plenty of protein In There In the East capitalists are hunting Route 1, has some pure Drown Leghorn "I s'poso I'm a rcg'lar old fogy," said the feed should time, for. while n very nt this eecs for sale. 15 for 60 cents. 100 for real estate; Uncle Ezra, "but I'm blamed If I can J3.00, 200 for 15.00. No. 1. 130 acres, on pike. 4J miles sea any senso in that thcro bathrobe small amount Is required for mere tlio dry cow soon to be from Lancaster, good land.slightly roll my new nephew sent me from the city. maintenance, 100 foot tobacco bed: also an oak ing, well improved, at $90.00 per acre. I tried to tako a bath In the durned fresh Is doing more than malntnlnlu book case with glass doors and change own lody. ilttle or no gmjn U No. 2. 171 acres. 4 miles on main thing last night, and if it wasn't for her required If the ronglingc Is of good able shelves for sale. Apply to pike, fine land and well located, good the style of it I could have dono a quality. Straw and corn fodder are Will S. doggone sight better without." improvements, at $135.00 per acre. cot suitable liecuino they are too high 1 miles No. 3. 191 acres on pike ly carbonaceous. It takes protein to FOR Sale: Twenty nice Poland ' Virtue of Necessity. build tissue. The dry cow should have All subject to from town, land very fertile.' tenant China gilt and boars. The manager of a small department sonio such roughage us alfalfa, clover house and two large tobacco barns. register. Bought out one o: or cowpea bay. store In the West Price $120.00 per acre. Mark Coins. Marksbury, Kv. No. 4. 124 acres on good road 1 mile the proprietors, saying: "I can't do a j It will not hurt In the least to have thing with Jones, the new salesman. i n good milk cow accumulate some fat sorrel from pike, rich land, partly rolling. I have had him In three departments For Sale: One $S5.00 and he dozes all day long." "Put him pony, well broke; also one yearling brick house and tobacco bam. per acre. pony. Will sell cheap. at the pajama counter," said the boss, No.5. 125 acres, i mite trom pike, "and fasten this card on him, 'Our NMiss Anna Helle Burnside. 1J miles from railroad, good land, fair night clothes are of such a superior improvements, a bargain at $75.00 per quality that oven the clerk who wears For Sale. them cannot keep awako.'" acre. Silver Laced Wyandotte eggs at 60c No. 6. 310 acres on pike, 2 mile per setting. Delivered at Lancaster. good village, residence, stock J. B. Laws6n, Stanford R. 4. from and tobacco barn, well watered, PAINT LICK barn 310-Lancaster exchange. Phone mostly in grass, hemp and tobacco, Mr. Pal Rogers is quite ill. land ready for cultivation. A moneyStrayed to mv place about April 21st Miss Lucile Davis is visiting her aunt Dutch netted cattle a' distinmaker at $65.00 per acre. guished bjr a band of white around a steer weighing about 460 pounds. No. 7. 200 acres of as good land as In Cartersville. ' the body, the rent of the body being Owner can have same by proving prop- there is in Kentucky, 1J miles from black. They are very hardy, tony Miss Jessie Parks was a visitor in erty and paying for this notice and his to keep and Rive a good aupply of Lancaster, on pike, well improved at Richmond Sunday. milk of excellent quality. The aniR. M. Moss, keeping. $150.00 per acre. mal here shown la a pure bred Mr. J. D. Burchell is visiting his Bryantsville. Ky. Dutch Uelted bull. No. 8 80 acres unimproved adjoin mother in Jessamine county. ing No. 7 on pike at $135.00 per acre. Little Miss Margaret Conn is visiting No. 9. 440 acre, 1 mile from pike on during this resting iwrtod. Some dairyMT. HEBRON good road, land, good resi- her grandmother, Mrs. Davis. men Beem to hare a great fear of feedMiss Jessie Parks spent the week-en- d dence, tenant house, 5 large barns, ing their cows so they will get fat. A in Lancaster, the guest of friends. r milk cow that geta fat while bclun either concrete pools. A Mr. Thomas Doolin has purchased a as an investment or to live on. Price Miss Estill Walker and Mrs. Robert milked Is not profitable beoauvj tin new five 'passenger Ford, feed that should go to' milk Is being $100.00 per acre. Walker spent Thursday in Richmond. stored as body fat, but during the dry L. E. Speaks bought of A, T Scott miles from No. 10. 600 acres, 1 Miss Drophy of Jackson is the ateven of lieuna Vista five calves at 2G each. pike, well improved, residence and tractive guest of Miss Maurice McLln. periodcow the most highly organized can with profit be so fed as milt houses, several barns, fine land, Mrs Edd Grow spent Wednts- - tenant Quite a large crowi of young people to accumulate a considerable reserve well watered. Can sell the whole at day night with his father Mr. W. N. had a delightful picnic at the caves of fat. In the cow possessing the dairy $65.00 per acre, or will sell off smaller Monday evening. temperament, this reserve wilt be Grow at Pleasant Hill. tracts at atrractive prices. drawn upon during the first few weeks Earl Grow delivered Wednesday to Rev. Carmichael, of College Hill, following freshening and more milk No. 11. 150 acies on pike, good land Henry Ruble of Beuna Vista a bunch well Improved, good neighborhood, 3 filled the pulpit at Walnutta Sunday will be produced than if she has been of fat hogB at 8c per pound. so fed as to prevent the' accumulation miles from small town. Price $90.00 morning and evening. Miss Chastine Rucker leaves Saturday of any fat The fishermen at Lock 8 have been per acre. A cow coming up to calving tlmo carNo. 12. 56 acres of fine land, 1 mile for a visit to her sister, Mrs. C. E. very lucky duiing the past week, rying considerable fat will gradually from Lancaster, email residence, large Williams in Madison Indiana. number of fish have been caught. fall off In flesh until she has reached tobacco barn and other improvements. Miss Margaret Francis was the guest her normal working coudltlou. We beMr. and Mrs. Bruce Leits and daugh per acre. of her sister, Mrs. Saufley Hughes in lieve this Is a point that owners of ter Emellne of Hanley were the guests $125.0013. 97 No. acres 1 mile from Lancas- Lancaster for the week end. cows of dairy breeding should not overSaturday night and Sunday of then ter, on pike, fine land and new improveMiss Elizabeth Ueazley, who has been look. If tbo cow U bred right the exancle, Mr. Dennie Scott and family. ments. $125.00 per acre. attending school at Madison Institute, tra feed stored ns fat In the few weekH before) calving will be n distinct adMr. J a 9. Speaks ana family ol near No. 14. 201 acres, unimproved, front- is at home for the vacation. vantage In enabling her to give a maxLancaster and Mr. Geo Huffman and ing on two pikes, 1 mile from LancasMiss Lucretia Spurlock has returned imum tlow of milk during the beginfamily of Orchard Grove were enter ter, first class land In every particular, taineel Sunday at the home of Mr. and a number of fine building sites, accep- to her home after a pleasant visit with ning of the milking period. Mrs. L. E. Speaks. table of division into several smaller her cousin. Miss Marian Led ford. Oats In Dairy Ration. Mr. Sam Campbell and sister. Miss Rev. Gates of Danville fulfilled his farms. Price $130.00 per acre. In n test at the Wisconsin station No. 15. 243 acres, 4 milea out on Minnie, have moved in with Mr. R. N. appointment at this place Sunday morn' Iieasley, to oversee the house and farm four cows were foil a ration consisting ing and afternoon to a large and atten pike, highly improved, mostly in grass, of six pounds of clover bay and (11 the Mr. Claude Spillman who has been corn atovcr they would eat up clean, accompanied by good land, ready for business, $75.00 tive audience. lie was spending a few days with his family. with a grain rut Ion consisting of ten about sixty people from Danville who per acre. No. 16. '225 acres in State of Indiana has returned to Hamilton Ohio, where pounds of. oats ami two pounds were entertained at dinnerat the homes of commenl. Two of tbefe four cows of the people in this locality. The 45 miles north of Louisville on H & O he has a position. were clien ten pounds of wheat bruit Mrs. R. L. Hill who has been with and two ixjimcls of cornmeal. Holt sisters of Ashland were also with R R, fertile land and good improveTbee them and sane very Impressively a ments, will sell or exchange for other her mother, Mrs. W. O. Anderson for four cows were fed the rations for property. several weeks, has returned to her a twentv-onnumber of duets. d.iv ierlod alternately. No. 18. 125 acres, right at town, old home in Isabella, Term. and It was found that when ontn were time brick residence, large rooms, brick The Misses Eatridge were hosts to'Klri'n 1,1 i',,uo of tho w,1CJt brn" out buildings, attractive home, good produced about cent more i nbroldery Club the past ween. i .. , ,, land, susceptible of making a suburban (J. MiUU It w .,,,,1 KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. Ths next meeting will be with Misses' ,. rI..,.lip ... lmi,,. tl.eri.rnn, will division, a number of fine building lots, Docla and Christine Metcalf. bo moro than oats In bnlancliiK The following are the dates fixed for fronting on street, but we must sell as Miss Lula McWhorter and J. H. Rals a grain ration. OaU Is a very good holding the Kentucky fairs for 1910 as a whole, has never been on the market feed when added to other grains and Further particulars, and ton, Miss Sallie Woods and II. W. Es- until now. far as reported. t 33 cents r bushel tridge. Misses Emma Eitridge and Nell! Bta price on application. 19- -4 days. i ML Sterling, July i will bo found n profitable feed for in., ", im. m.i. ' ' i'r""u"u dairy 19. 200 acres, on pike, 4 miles from " , . Judd I'armer. , I.;; Winchester, July 26- -4 days. j KIVCI1 uy Lancaster, very high class improve- wniuiuoj iniik tut mo Ilarrodsburg, July 25 1 days. ments, large handsome residence, large the Seniors of Madison Institute. Feed Bran Dry. days. Taylorsville, August barns, silo etc. Can be divided into It Is better under most conditions to days. Henderson, August two or three or more farms, but we feed bran dry. Wetting the meal porSALE FOR CITY TAXES days. Danville, August tion of tbo rutton does not provide for must Bell as a whole at $150.00 peracre. days. Uerea, August 20. 117.19 acres by survey, 1 No. On Saturday June 3rd, 1916 at one the same sttihiilntlon of thu salivary Fair, Lexington, August Blue Grass mile from pifte on macadam road, large o'clock in front of the Court Ilonse in glands as doc dry feed. Cows, at tho days. residence, new tobacco barn, stock Lancaster, Ky., I will sell for cash so'I tlmn of freshenlni- ? or when aomewhat . : G days. Unlontown, August 8 may bo given a warm wet barn, good land, limestone soil, a bar- much of the following described proper out of sorts, mush. Fern Creek Fair, Uuechel, August 9 gain at $11,000. ( ty as will pay the city taxes for the 4 days. No. 21. 147 acres li miles from town following years. Qrlnd the Grain For Cows. days. Mt. Vernon, August on pike, fair Improvements, good land, Arnolli( Lucy j t ,ol 19U to ,9,5 f,0 Tho wn'to prevent loss In feeding days. Uurkesville, August verv productive, partly rolling, can be' aiu corn to cattle la to grind It. When i inn n inir 10.51 Perryville, August 9 3 days, divided, price as a whole, $80. per acre, j Acotn Mncroai 1 19U to fed loss r Lawrenceburg, August 154 days. m5 3.75 wholebo corn or oats are cent tbp more may or from 15 to 20 per . w acres, on pme j j miles jlell,,ev Andy ! ,ot Wo. to m5 19.28 t August 1G 4 days. Spepherdsville, mi from Lancaster, good land all in graft, I Dotv Erlie.t , t ,ot .9., to ,9lr 15.25 of tbo feeding value of tbeso grains. Owensboro, August 156 days. 0 room dwelling, stock barn, tobacco nei,ton. Wm 1 t lot 1911 to 1915 14.25 It li a very wasteful practlco to feed Brodhead, August 10 3 days. building, Improve- Dunn, Allen 1 t lot 1913 to 1915 18.00 wholo grain to cattle. Fair, Sanders, August 1G barn and other out ments all new. ?5,000,00. Faulkner, I. 2 Mots 1911 to 1915 23.C7 Devil at Everything. 4 days. No. 23. G3 acres, 5 miles from Lan Harris W. II. 1 t lot 1912 to 1915 13.50 You aro a dovll at everything, and Ewing, August 173 days, Knights of Pythias Fair, Stanford. caster, on pike, right at school and Johnson Joe 1 t lot 1911 to 1915 23.08 (here Is no kind of thing In tho 'versal churches, accessible to two other Johnson Wm 1 t lot 1911 to 1913 11.07 world but what you can turn your August 23- -3 days. county seats, small residence, large Kavanaugh Wit lot 1911 to 1915 21.07 hand to. Cervantes. Columbia, August 224 days. barn, good, young orchard, fine .locution Kaufman Mat. 1 1 lot 1911 to 1915 8.07 'Frankfort, August 294 days. 15 for dairyman or stock man. Trice on Miller, Uessle 1 t lot 9.39 Bardstown, August 294 days. Victimized. Nelson, John 1 t lot 1911 to 1915 42 61 application. 3 days. NIcholasville, Auguat-2First City Man "How are you comNo. 23). 104 acrea, highly Improved NewlandSara 1 t lot 5.60 ing along with your poultry venture?" Pennyroyal Fair, llppkinsville, Augtwo milea of Lancaster, splendid land. Williams Jas 2 1 lots 1913 to 1915 13.90 Second Ditto "I've been swindled. I ust 296 days. bought three different Incubators, and ' O. UUCK, H. C. L. Price $135. per acre. Elizabethtown, August 29 3 days. not one of them has laid an egg yet" Uy E. T. Buck, Deputy M. C. days. Barboursville, August No.'2t. A good business proposition: 19 Id. I HUGHES & money-make- afr SWINEBROAD FSfLfiNi 1 $795' "j I 32x3 tires, non skids on. rear, Electric n Starter, and gas tank on rear, Stewart vac-um- Six Cylinder, 35 H. P. both roadster and five passenger, lO inch wheel base, . "J J sell-S- Weighs 2200 pounds and operates 20 miles on gallon gasoline. , We guarantee it For further particulars see holstery. feed, one-ma- n top, full leather . . . up- 6 LANCASTER MOTOR CAR CO.. LANCASTER, or RY. I Conn Phone 8c li5 Taylor, . Danville, Ky. for Demonstration. I; FEATURES REDPATH PROGRAM. OF THE BIG CHAUTAUQUA first-cla- ss money-make- I ce Raweis Health Day. three New Zealanders ' Mr-an-d In native costumes and native music. Beautiful stcrcoptlcon pictures of the South Sea Islands. 1 Dr. Charles E. Darker, physical adviser to former President Toft, in his greatMectures on "Health and Happiness" and "How to Live a Hundred Years." ft Smith-Spring-Holm- es Company. Trombone, cornets, saxophones, (lute, violin ond piano and ensemble. solos, duets Buelah Buck Quartet. One of the best known ladies' quartets in America. Band Day. a concerts. ; o Frank Kryl and his band of ehjlitced' pieces in nfternoon and evening I Lk , ,', ... 7 ni ... cowH.-Ora- ugo 14 15 23 23 Great Lectures on Vital Subjects. Playground Workers and Story Tellers for the Children. A VACATION AT OUR VERY DOORS. 70 93 94 n. ii 1 The Reilpath Chautauqua Opens Here ! 1912-13-- June 2nd and Closes the 7th. 1912-14- -15 303 MIbjm