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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 8, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916060801_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 8, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE REMdlOh, ON1ARNISUED DEMOCRACY AND M v 0001) GOVERNMENT TWENTY SEVENTH TEAR. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 8. 1916. Hand Us That $. STRAWBERRY SUPPER. COUNTY SUNDAY See R S. Moone at V. J. Ilomans Thero will lie a strawberry supter nt SCHOOL CONVENTION. fur carrlaKe and houie painting, only Kairvlew church, Saturday evening, co; tho best material used. June 17th. The public fi cordially InThe County Sunday School Convention vited nnd asked to coino out and help will bo held-thi- s ye ir at Hyattsville on Hot)) general and local nncsthetics ad- the ladies in this worthy cauie. Saturday, June 16th, In the Hyattsville mleistered. Dr. M. S. Hatflleld, Dentist Chapel. The morning session begins Phone 6. Office over Ciarrard Hank. Lancaster, Kyj DANCE AT REX THEATRE. promptly at 10 o'clock. All church workers are earnestly requested to be Too Lancaster Hop Club will give present. I am agent for Pennington Gai Gen-- ! of their popular dances on the rator Co., for this and adjoining coun-jon- e ties. Mv ciiitomera are inv reference, third Moor of the Itex Theatre next MORE PAY FOR Thursday night, June ICth. The dnnces II. W. Illce, I'arksvllle, Ky. given by the Hop Club heretofore were R. D. CARRIERS. Stone'j Wrapped Oaken are surely nirp- - well conducted and thoroughly enjoyed Golden Sunbeam" "Silver Slice" by the young people of this and adIt will be of interest to all rural car Can't' be beat at any price. joining towns. riers in Kentucky to learn that tho 10c at Curroyjs grocery. senate committee on postofllces and ostcards has just voted into the post-offic- e The attendance of the different Sun- - AN INTERESTING YOUNGSTER appropriation bill a provision unay School last Sunday as sent In to Mr. rranK Marksuury became very- - der which each of the 42,000 rural mail us was; lluckeje llaptist 10,, Ml Hemuch interested In a boy eight years carriers in the United States will rebron 88, Christian church 2W. old who stopped at his home Sun'day ceive the $10O increase In salary which Riding cultivatora $20.00; walking morning to they failed to get last year because of how far Jg cultivators $15.00, Wood mower $12.50, from town. inquirename was he was the Inability of congress to agree on His Edward Ulrdsell wagon J 00. (XI, 4 foot wire fence Earle Hays of Chattanooga, who is the postoffice bill. If this action 38cts. J. It. Mount, Son & Co. visiting in Danville He had ildden stands the $100 will be a permanent in the day with Mr. Kris- - addition to each carricis salary. LOST: Onyx breast pin, with row over earlier tow Conn but says Mr. Conn brought pearls across center, between school so fast he could not see the town HARMONY WANTED AT auditorium and J, D. Gulley'a residence him and country and without the knowledge K. Denny. Mrs. A. Iteward. or consent of his mother and aunt h REPUBLICAN CONVENTION The Federation of Wcmon's clubs decided to try it on his wheel, which The Republican National convention won't please the men much until it he did making good time and a good Marksbury's. Mr. at 11 o'clock ystrrday with Senator gives some time to consideration of dinner at Mr. his Warren G. Harding In the chair as Its the question of "better doughnuts and Marksbury 'had him telephone mother and later heard that he got temporary chairman. The matter of apple pie. making a nomination will probably be back to Danville safe and sound. or perhaps not until taken up y A young lady sent this query to a If Justice Hughes is nom- Georgia paper: "Does sitting in n MORE BOYS FOR NAVY. ineted for the'J'residency it looks as if hammock with a young man display good form?" From our cxperienco we The preparedness program of Secre (Tol. Roosevelt will run as a progressRooseshould say that It often does the de- tary of the Navy Daniels includes a ive as he did four vears ago. gree depending largely upon her form. special examination for entrance to the velt seems to have all. the noise, but United States Naval Academy at An- - when it comes to the vote it looks like "I have done the best I could with napolis which will open a naval career Hughes is there with the goods. If the nomination goes to a dark (!) the stulT which nature gave me," said ta two hundred young men in addition Jean Paul Klchter. That is all that to the number admitted to the academy horse, it looks like Senator Harding The platform will is rrquired of the poorest and the in normal times. This step ,!a taken to has a cinch on it. weakest, and that is required of -- the secure an. adequate stall of officers to spell Americanism, preparedness, pro richlv endowed. With all the triumph man the ships provided by the new tection and prosperity. consists rimply In the being oneself. naval building program. When the recent act was passed in ENGLAND' MOURNS LOSS OF Rev. George A. Joplin will preach creasing tho number of appointments Sunday morning at the Presbyterian of each Senator and member of the KITCHENER AND church and also at the union services to House of Representatives from two to l e held In the school auditorium Sunday was realiztd that little time three, it night, the subject being "Onward remained befoie the April examination Christian Soldiers". The llev. Joplin to permit of Senators and members of needs no Introduction to a Lancaster the House to select young men to fill The news that Earl Kitchener, Sec audience as he married Miss Anna the vacancies and at the same time al- retary of State of War. and his statt. Russia aboard Vaughan who, though dead, lives in the low sufficient time for the candidates who were proceeding to remembrance-omany Lancaster friends to prepare for the examination, lly the cruiser Hampshire, were lost oil holding another examination In July the Orkney Island Monday night, was From the early one-ree- l, poorly pro' advantage will be taken of the new Isw the most stunning blow Great Brittain duced films the quality of the pictures to the fullest extent practicable to ac has received since the war began. has steadily advanced until today cost Admiral Jellicoe's report to the Ad complish its purpose of providing more does not enter Into consideration to miralty was as follows: officers for the navy. produce the result desired. The most I have to report with deep regret popular development in the motion 5 that his Majesty's ship Hampshire, fl picture field has been the serial, and CHAUTAUQUA A SUCCCESS. Cant. Herbert J- - Savill, R. N With the best known writers men whocom board, The Itedpath Chautauqua which held Lord Litchener and his stall on mand big money have been called up sunk last night about 3 o'clock clos- was in Lancaster.for live days, on to produce the plots for these stories forth ing last night was a great success in to the west of the Orkneys, eitligr bv a mine or a torpedo. Levi P Morton at the age of ninety- - every way, the interest and attendance "Four boats were seen by observers The talent em two proves that the problem of what being unsurpassed. to leave the ship. The wind e do with our Vice Presidents is no ployed wat up to the high standard of to and heavy seas was Is con the previous Chautauquas and each day problem at all so far as he ! and de was an improvement on the preceeding were running. Patrol Vessels cerned. Evidently he Is getting as the spot proceeded dy. For the first time the guarantors stroyers at once sent alongto the coast much enjoyment out of life as during lost nothing and a Chautauqua for next and a party was his long and honorable career. to search but only some bodies and a lie was past sixty when he was year was easily gotten up. have been found up The entire local management made capsized boat nominated on the ticket with Gen As the whole shore to the present. eral Harrison. He went to Washing many friends while In our city and it has been searched frbm the seaward, I age when many men of i is the unanimous choice that every one greatly fear that there is little hope ton at an former era would be thinking of re of them be returned next year. Mr. of there being any survivors. tirement and successfully performed llendrtckson, the superintendent in No report has yet been received the political and social duties of the charge, who was with us two years from the search party on shore. II. M ago, is exactly the right man for the position and was afierwdrds nomina S. Hampshire was on her way to nated and elected aa the Governor of place and while it was their first trip here, W. J. S cott, the cashier, E. M, his State. VMIs, the electrician and C. Tf Ket OLD LAND MARK cham, the property man, all were oCHICKEN FEED. lite and courteous and did their work Destroyed Br, Fire Early Wednesdaj We have chicken feed wheat. 75cts systematically and well. The Mother Goose pageant under the per bushel. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau directorship of Miss McCormick was The oldest and only framo store well rendered and showed much train building on the public square and known LOST. child ing and care. Her stories to the as the old Marrs corner was totally lietween the 'ml and the millinery ren were all enjoyed, both by the destroyed by fire from an unknown store an old fashioned gold pin. A young as well as the grown ups. o'clock Wed origin, about three-thirt- y liberal ruwurd U Allured, nesday morning. Tho building was owned by Mr. R. II. Tomlinson, of this Ml. Itellu Arnold Frances. COMBS GOVERNOR city, who purchased it many years Bgo Of Senate Will Have President Pro Tem from the estate of the late Stephen STRAWBERRIES. Matrs, and was estimated to huve been Short Term. I will sell iou berries nt my home at built about one hundred years ago. Mr. 25c per gallon or $1.50 per crate. Hecauso Gov. Stanley and Lieut. Gov Tomlinson carried no insurance and his W. K. Mum. phone 3S4-Illack both expect to go to the St Louis loss Is a total one and. estimated at Sena about $1, 000. The building waa oc convention aa delegates-at-Stat- e NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. tor Thomas A. Combs, Lexington, a: cupied by W. A. Jones as a meat marpresident pro tem, of the senate, will ket and grocery and his loss is total, Tlje city tax books have just becn probably soon serve as Governor of aggregating about $1,500, with $800 turned over to me ard the taxes for the Combs' little term insurance. The 1'uritan building ownyear 1910 are now due and ready for Kentucky. Gov. July 12, and continue ed by Mr. V. T. West, was damaged will begin about payment. Tho city is greatly in need until the governor or lieutenant gov about $300 and but for the prompt asof funds and an e.uly settlement I sistance and response of the local fire ernor returns to tho state. urged and will be appreciated. department'his loss would have been NUMBER tO. Harvest Will Soon be Here and you will need eenn Binders. We are headquarters for Deerlng Binders, Mowers, Rakes and We have It and the price Is GUARANTEED. TWINE. m g Thomas and McCormack MOWERS and RAKES. Joy Rider Cultivators. POST and GUSTEN SLAGER BUGGIES. , Everything In the Hardware Line. HI Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET. LIVE FOLKS. Place your order now. X I I I li) I I I 1 s Jitney Strawberries are Now In Season! trawberry. hortcake uggestion. full-rip- 'I, I Haselden Lancaster, H'lrglElfrBJHlTSJIl' Bros., Kentucky" Wholesale and Retail Hardware. glOfrt!MfgJ! STONE'S lOcts. APPETIZINGDELICIOUS. Tnke one of Stone's Silver Slice Cnkcs, split It lengthwise result will be a lusciom bcrries-t- he and fill with I revolution to you. We linve tried it nnd find thnt Sliver Slice lends itself . perfectly for use with nny strawberry combination. The flnvors blend nicely nnd the contrast of color is most plens--in- g nnd tempting. I 1 I I IF EHE SEE E3 E I 1 I 1 EbrlOIE & HOPPER For Insurance on all classes of property. Also growers of Hemp &. Tobacco I Theo Buns, DC Currey. Thursday and Friday 3 G DC Lancaster, Kentucky. I I J ' PRICES Dt S WE ARE ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at SLAUGHTERING A cut on everything. --- I ; (t 111 To Reduce Our Stock. All for CASH ONLY for the next for a nice Lunch, also Everything In Soft Drinks 3 1 HATS RIBBON BELTS' 30 days. MRS RELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS. fj 1 IPAINT! PAINT! Paint Your House with PURE LEAD and PURE LINSEED OIL and not Cotton Seed Oil. . Ever-rea- d; Flash .Light. & GLOBES BATTERIES to fit all sizes. f Use Mazda Lamps for Better Light 0. lluck, M. C. L, METAL SHINGLE PUBLIC SALE. In Use TwentT-fiv- e Years Still Good. t W J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. On account of conllcting with other If those people who have been skep sales In the city my sale was postponed tical as to the longevity of the tin from June 3rd to Saturday, June 10th, ,hincle will call at this office and ex at which time I will sell at the residence a Cortright Metal shingle that if t tin IrIm ,lilin .Inlm.nn nn Danvillel Wlt jj(t I. tllls 0m,ce aat wt.eK by Mr street all the household and kitchen U. . lioop. oi v.anersviie, una luumy, furniture. The kale will begin prompt- he will soon be convinced, that apparly at two o'clock. Capt. Am liourne, ently like old wine, they get better Mrs. E. T. Minor. auctioneer. with age. 1 This shingle was removed from a roof by Mr. Itoop that he had put on twenty EDUCATE FOR SUCCESS live years ago for Dr. C. S. Wllmore, Kirksrllle. The building was ton. THIS SUMMER. of but the perfect condition ot the down Employ your valuable time and pre- roof convinced Mr. Itoop that it could pare for success by attending the Sum- be used again' and It waa put on mer Session of the Wilbur R. Smith another building ard seems good for yeart. business College, Lexington, Ky.. by another twenty-fivThe advertisement of this shingle ap taking a Business Course or Shorthand The demand for pears in this issue of the RECORD and and Typewriting. graduates of this College now exceeds it would pay an) one to read It and examine the one In this office before buy the supply. Write for circulars. rooms below and offices above. ing elsewhere. lt-p- serious. The fire department did some splen did work and was congratulated by many for its efficient services in getting the fire under control after the headway it had gotten before the alarm was turned in from the hotel Kengar- Ian, which was first discovered by one of the occupants. Only a slight damage was done the Puritan, by water, but It looked at one time as if the whole building would be destroyed. The dental apartments of Dr. H. l Walter, was considerably damaged aa was the furniture of the Sanders Mercantile Co, The lots to each of these firms will be several hundred dollars, with no insurance. Mr. West's loss is covered by Insurance. The building adjoining the grocery, owned by Mr. J. M. Logan, of New York City, was unscathed saved by pie breaking of two of the front windows from the heat. Mr. Tomlinson informs us that he will erect immediately on the old site, a handsome brick building, with store VlcRoberts Drug Store iMAslssftAslslsftMAMsil AsHtAMsftAsWissflsssstesAM Capital $50.000. Surplus $50.000. tree be pruned so as to bear TWO IMPERATIVE DEMANDS f.l?Nf!E.demanda that the demands WISDOM that you prune your extravagancies lnat yur bank account may yield a more satisfactory crop. B0 e Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTER, KY. ' B. F. HUDSON. President JOE W. 0. P.IGN8Y, Ass't Cash'r, W. F. CHAMP. J. Walk eh, Jr., J. J. WALKER, Vice VrtnU r. Cahlr. The Central Record, Thursday June 8 ) 19 16. Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS COX, at cost. Hemp Dreaka made and aold by V, An indoor civic parade was tho pic Parka, Paint Ltck, Ky. Sample can turesquo nnd pleasing method by which be seen at Hudson Hughes & rarnau. the Woman a club of Owensboro viewed its work for tho past year at For Sale. the final meeting for the spring, held Friday afternoon nt the armory. I Baby buggy in Rood condition, also the eight years of its existence th tricycle, Phone 379. Office at Rainey's Livery Stable. club has accomplished many things for the good of the community, and few Residence and Shop For Sale. Lancaster, Kentucky Owing to my health will sell worth steps have been taken toward makin the money my residence and shop with Owensbore'a healthier, more beautiful one ami half acrea of land in Bucna or more desirable place which have not Viata. Shop has established trade of either been initiated or heartily sup " ported by the club. 28 years. Cnll or write The J. E. Scott, Buena Vista, means idea of an Indoor parade, by ot which all the activities of tho club might be presented concretely to J. W Morrow, Graduate Optician AUTOMOBILE HOSPITAL. the members and public, was carried Glaaici Fitted, SMuUctlou UDtraiitted, effectively. General repair work of all kind out While h civic parade has been give Storage batteriea recharged. by o It. J. W. Aker, Prop. the the state federation this was one the first ever undertaken by a town size of Owensboro, and was n wonder ful success, being Interesting and In LOST AUTO TIRE. Fine Cut Flowers; structive. It will probably bo made an Lost June 1st between llryantavillc annual feature of club work. I and the river, n smooth tread, Fisk tire M. Ion r.ew casing. J.W.Duncan Mrs. Burdette, for years on advocate Nicholaavllle Ky of dress reform, who aroused a country wide discussion bv wearing white for FOR SALE. mourning on the death of her husband 3,000 acres of fine Alfalfa land on some time ago, was as emphatic as Mrs pike in good stction of Mississippi bdison in her remarks. She defended Lick, Kentucky 5,000 acres of Alfalfa and grazing lands her defection from the custom of wear in Alabama near y. & u. It. K. write ing black mourning. "Why wear black for description and prices. for the guest of heaven"? Mrs. Bur I). V. II. Casey, dette asked. "Has your psychic sense J, E. HlgKinbotham, West Point, Miss given you a conception of the effect on your your soul of wearing certal colors?" Women's clothing should ex WANTED HORSES press her philosophy of life, Sirs. Bur. Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary said, and Bhoutd be. the highest AND MULES dette College. expression or her artistic souL DANVILLE. I amIn thu market for army horses should be simple, but expressive KENTUCKY Anyone honesty and courage typical of woman and mules, also cotton mules. having any to sell, let me know at once kind. "But." Mrs. Burdette conclude!! W. B. Burtoi "the chief question; Can you afford Lancaster, Ky, your dress?" Food, shelter and the child also were FUNERAL DIRECTOR Miss CORTRIGHT TIN SHINGLES. discussed at the conference. Office Over National Bank. Julia Lathrop, chief of tho children The best and only real good shingle burenu, declared the Residence 1'hqpe 3. Office Phone 27 I growing infant on the market today. I have the ex mortality rate in this country shoud LANCASTER, KY. clusive agency for this shingle in Gar be given serious attention by the gov ran county and, can put them on my. eminent. I if teen thousand women sell at a reasonable price. If you are jem- - uie as me result or improper ma in need of any roofing or building of ternity care, she declared. Rural hoe any kind, give me a call, pitals and government for the treat C. S. Roop, ment of maternity cases, she said, was Carpenter and Contracter. the only solution. Carteraville, Ky, to close out K. CARDS.J c D. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. m..u D i tilie Hi. I nuiiiaus uiuu (Kdltcd Il The Woman. Clnhi I 444444 44 Dr. Wm. Veterinary and Dentist. Pryor, Surgeon "Fair-List- " YOU 1 Factors MORE than I nir-- Jst. tirico, for nthtr Tires of no bettor quality, without averaging lft MOKE actual Mileage oub of them You can aceulmtnUy Puncture, or acciilnd ally Ruin, tho hiflhrtt-pritv- d Fabric Tito that over ,vas frilled into Extrnvnirmicc, in tho 10 T REX GARRARD This splendid walking stallion will 1916 ran pay to r0 make the season of at my place at Nina, Kentucky, at 810.00 TO INSURE. eh FIRS'r WliKIC Honaker And, you would have no more recourse (with such Extravagant Tirce), than yon havo on these d Goodrich "Rarefoot" Tires, to oup'tentk LESS, for which cost you onr-thiself-sam-e Service, pliia more Hoflihoice, ?norc Clintr. Spring, and true Pneumatic duality. for Thrift. Now, consider lluitjilex-af- t , Then note following prices: Fair-Liaterd yoinueit! Rex Garrard Is a rich red sorrel 8 yearn old, by Old Rex Peavlno dam Tom Covington. II Is 1C by hands high, good conformation and his colts are all natural walkers. always in demand gfiod prices. Walking horses arc anil are bringing ' ' John McRoberts. Goodrich "Fair-List- " SAFETY-TREAD- Prices S - M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Faint fill ml 'T- - JOE WHEELER. NINA. KENTUCKY. BLACK "BAREFOOT s-1 30x3- - f$10.40 Ford Sizes I $13.40 $15.45 $22.00 $22.40 $31.60 ROWLAND PEAVINE No. 0053, John fl. Veterinary Surgeon. 36 :: 4r$ ( 37 x 3 38x5-- : - $3735 $50.60 WE D. F. GOODRICH CO. Akrvu, OkM J. A. Beazlev No Tirr e I' 1 09 IP 9 fi9, 11 ft? I Will S. . Thinking Not Necessary. B. Woods. SALEt-Twe- nty The average wife doesn't hare to Fou nice Poland J no. M. Farra. China gilt and boars. AH subject very hard when sbe Is telling her ta .link David Steven. usbnnd what she thinks of him. Cln register. S. C. Rigsby. (nnatt Inquirer. Mark Goins. Marksbury, Ky, J. II. Thompson. Am and Ed Bourne. Davis Sutton Fou SAI.E:-O- no To rumovo Moisture From Cans. sorrel Mrs. J. Wade Walker, Dave Dudderar No matter how good the quality of pony, well broke; also one yearling Jerry Bland. your coffee tlra borerago will not bo pony. Will sell cheap. We will add other names for 25 cent up to tho standard unless tbe coffco Miss Anna Belle Burnslde. cash. can be sweet and clean. I have found f FOR PALE Yellow Yam Sweet Po-ta- to that by dropplag a lump of sugar Into tho coffee can, after It baa been thorPlants at 2()cts per hundred. oughly cleaned, aad keeplag It there Mrs. S. C. Henderson, Phone No 40, until again used, tbe sugar may a" Paint Lick Exchange. absorb overy tract of moist uro In ths can and keep tt sweet and fresh. Of Are You LOST About one mile on Buckeye course, a fresh lump of sugar must be pike, clutch for motorcycle. Finder used cadi time. Now York Evening write, Louis Going, Lancaster, Ky, Sun. snail the women of America stan dardize their street dress? Two thous $ ooo 00004 00040 r0OO I and women, delegate., alternates and 1 rAKiUEK LULUIUfl visiting club members of the Thirteenth m L2 Pi3.ne Office Hours J ?.to. Biennial convention of the Federation ( p. m of Women's clubs answered the fore . oct.,tao to. ...ooc. Iff. K. Denny and W. A. Wieeleri dpace below Ibl. beading la for loo ezelu going question in the affirmative at an Ire Dte of onr farmer inb.crlber.. and 1. for open conference of the home economics che .ale of .toca, g tarn aud .ticb thing, on committee of the federation. Doctors Of Denial Surgery. farm at ibe farmer cannot afford to adrer ino committee nau spent two years Office: Stormet Building ster Ilnrt & Ander the. No notice will be accepted over lonr in investigating the practicability of on, urnuure Store. line., and will be only In two U.ne. of tbe the plan, and as a result it was prepar LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. icoap, free of charge ed to introduce n resolution favoring it. Sam Cotton has two good milk cows uowns ior evening wear are to be ex for sale. cluded from the proposed limitations, FOR SALE A nice Duroc boar. Mrs. Thomaj A. Edison. Mrr. Robert Miller McCormick. It F D 2. J. Burdette, Posadena Cal.; Frederick Nathan, president of the Consumers FOR SALE- - Three good yearling league of Louisville; Dr. Joscephine E, bull calves. J II Thompson, Preach- - Baker, of the New York City bureau of ersvijle. child hygiene; Dr. Benjamin R. Andrews, of New York Teachers College, . -you want strawberries by tho If nnd Lady Duff Gordon spake in favor crate- Kallon' ASDaraeUS. i phone - Walton E.half gallon or quart, of the proposed plan. Lady Aberdeen Moss. was an interested auditor. Misa'IIelen Fou Sale Brom cultivator, good as L. Johnson, chairman of the committee, who presided at the conference, declarEverything for Orchard. Lawn and new. l'rice reasonable. ed that after a study of years she had S. H. Estes, Garden. arrived at the conclusion that a stan Write for free Catalogue. No Afits Cultivated hemp seed for sale or let dardized street dress for women, on a par with, tho conventional sack suit of out on shares. the men, would not only make the H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Geo. T. Brown, R. F. D. 3. American women more dignified in ap Lexington, Kentucky. gocd. fresh milk pearance and deportment, but would FOR SALE.-- 20 1841. 191S cows, also 20 yearling, two year old reduco her dressmaking bills by Manufacturers whom she conjersey heifers. Walton E. Moss. sulted. Miss Johnson said, were in For Sale Some nice, young red hearty sympathy with the plan. Lack cows, fresh and good milkers. Nice of a conventional standard, Mls JohnThe undersigned hereby give warn- sow and pigs. son said, was directly responsible for JVV. Elmore. ing to all persons not to trespass upon what she characterized as "the freakTom Ray, of Sycamore Valley, has ish and almost bizarre dress of tho our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful for sale, three cows with young calves American women of today." lest extent of law. Hunters and. and three sows and pigs. All good ones. "Women should strive for simplicity Fishermen especially take notice. andjnodesty in the dress", Mrs. Edison Ed & N B Price Eggs For Hatching. Mrs Fred Conn, said. "The R. L. Elkin styles of W. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. Route 1, has somo pure Brown LegHbrn today are responsible for street dresses H. O. Arnold. James G. Conn, eggs for sale. 15 for 60 cents. 100 for that not only astonish, but horrify, ?3.00, 200 for $5.00. J. C. Morgan. J. P. Bland. The latest style, it appears, calls for Long Broa J. II. and W. S. Weaver 100 foot tobacco bed; also an oak abbreviation of dresses at top and bot Booth Sutton. W. T. West. J. tom, in some cases beyond the bound book case with glass doora and change W. L Lawson and son. Howard King, of modesty." able shelves for sale. Apply to Miss Carrie Boulden, J. II. Rigsby. 6. C. Manse,Ky tto-wto- Lancaster Motor Car Co. Distributors for Garrard County. . Rowland I'eavlno-chcat- nut stallion; sn!p, foaled May l lth. 1912. Sired by Rex Peavinp ITM. by Rex McDonald 833, by Rex Denmark 840. 1st dam, Itourbonlite U237 (full sister to Bourbon's Best) by Bourbon Chief 97(?, by Harriaon Chief lfiOO, by Clark Chief SO. 2nd dam, Judy Oliver 6107, by Red Cloud 2197, Indian Chief 1718. 3rd dam, by Wilson's King 2197. 4th dam, daughter of Sims' Clark Chief !7fi. Rowland Peavine is a beautiful chestnut with star awl mil p. Standi 15.3, weighs 1.0-50-; four year old. As you will see from the breedi has the blood of the best show horses of Krntucky and is one himself. You should sea this horse before booking your mare. Breeders of saddle horsea rarely ever have the opportunity to brrrd to a horse as fashionably bred at the small fee of star and $15.00 To Insure a Urine Coll. . 3 nti nuv i Fruitand Shade Tmes Strawberry Plants, Shrnhc firanQ lnai r- T REES Rhubarb. His Last Frolic Where havo you been until tftls hour?" said Mrs. Lawyer o her g hubby. "I've boon looking after somo suits,' alibied To-wTcs. I know those suits; tho old dia monds, hoarts, - spades, and clubs. Well, this Is tho last night I'll let you out." Buffalo Express. Her Preference. "I absolutely refuse," says Jessie Wilcox Smith, "to paint tho old Eugene Field Bobllns tho 'foblln will set yer If ya don't watch out' kind." Miss Smith, It appears, prefers to paint tho kind of pictures you think ot In reading James Whltcomb Hlley'a "Father Calls Me William, Sister Calls Mo W1U." Kansas City Star. He will make the season of 1910 at the stable just back of A. T. Nunnvl-ley- 's house on Latfastcr street. Money due at birth of colt or when mare Is parted with or bred to other Swastika an Ancient Emblem. The swnatlka has been employed as stock. Grass at 10 cents p'r day. a charm from China to Peru, and some archoologlats contend that It la tbe moat ancient form of the cross; ofhrra say that It represents the solar movement, Buddhists affirm that It means tho union of spirit and matter STANFORD. KENTUCKY. and then gradual evolution. J. C. Bailey; .j, Roses, Phlox, Peonies IT PAYS FERTILIZ To use balanced one-hal- f. POSTED ti g ration for your hogs and horses. This you get by mixing our Feeds with your farm products. The saving is considerable. manufactured lumber. The saving In labor bill accounts for the In price and your building will be better when completed. To buy well J. C. Rigsby. A. C. Miles. J. II. Thompson, B. L. Kelly. Frank Thompson, D. M. Anderson. John Richardson, J. fresh stock Plaster, Lime, and Cement, In lhis there is no waste and finished job is stronger. To buy To buy To your Field Seeds of high quality, obtaining better results with less seed. make your home, porches and lawn, places of comfort, as the family feels more interested in their daily duties, if these pleasures are at their disposal during their resting hours. See our Porch Swings, Couch Hammacks, Lawn Seats, and Settees and Furniture of all kinds. It pays to read our advertisement each. week as you may get something valuable from Its reading. Woman? andjreceive reward. he Gariii The Woman's Tonic FOR SALE AT ALL 0SD63STS TaTTiwrnnnafWj'w aall There Might Have Been. A Boston minister who always Silver ltced Wyandotte eggs at 50c preachefl to largo congregations made per setting. Delivered at Lancaster. sanctimonious, psalm stiiglug, professed Christiana who have do real J. B. Lawson, Stanford R. 4. religion In their maka-ua target for Phone 310-1Lancaster exchange. his wit. A little boy who beard hint roruarkctl after he returned home Strayed to my place about April 21st a steer weighing about 450 pounds. frnru tho morning service; "Mother, I shouldn't havo thought Doctor Owner can have aame by proving prop would havo spoken that way Blank about erty and paying for this notice and his t'hrlitli us this mornlug. There might keeping. R. M. Moss, hive beon (osm ot thou In church." Bryantjvllle, Ky. Exctusge, For Sale. Hervey & Woods Kentucky. Paint L,ick, ,jg.it.Wa.'.Jf.4. Jtas. , The Central Record, Thursday June 8 19 lb. 5 Mohair Suits. SUM-COMFOR- T We are now ready to furnish you summer comfort with our famous line of Wilson Bros., U underwear, Silk Shirts, Hosiery ,etc Also have a complete line of Summer Clothing in Newest Styles and Patterns. Palm Beach Suits. $S3-5 Kool Cloth Suits. $7.50 House of Quality. ! $10.00 SHOES HATS AND FURNISHINGS. JAS. W. SMITH, BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY 1'rcTfnit and Curt Lancaster, Ky. MAKKSBUKY MORE RHEUMATISM I to faltrti niiektr. rautft hega will nrtrr baft cholera. Coita nljr 5c a month lor each hoc thji mrdtrin wait until Ihff tick. Uenirt giving your JW and Vtrp ttm fre t from worm and diMa, host All Drucciita. At now AOUinon KEMCUY COMPANY, LtiUtffoa, Kr. Sold in Lancaster, It dtitrovi CHOLERA. WORMS. COUGH. THUMPS. lnjweli. iil dirfilion and ditat rtrmt. rrctiUtrtit tt.c the Ur and drink and tour I in hf Ky., by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. The Man Behind the Brush Prefers Mound City Horse Shoe Paint A good painter can usually tell good paint, and that is why almost every painter who has ever tried Horse Shoe Brand Faint never goes back to any other kind. Prolongs Covers more surface. the life of a building. Produces a more attractive finish. Costs least in the end. Have your painter use Horse Shoe Paint on your house. It will he the best job you ever had. SEE US AND WK Mrs. Frank Higgins went to Crab THAN EVER BEFORE Orchard this week to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. I,ouis Noel of Iluckeye Clergymen, Lawyers, Brokers, Mechanics were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ilogie Sunday, and Merchants Stricken. Miss Sarn Cook of Lexington is at e of her cousin, Miss Lula tho Our old friend Itheumatiz is having Simpson. his Inning this year, and a few words Messrs Tom Chesnut and Root Fox of caution from ono who knows all have returned from a business trip to about it may not bo amiss. Wear rubbers in damp weather; keep St. Louis. There will be song practice every your feet dry; drink plenty of lemon Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Every- ade, and avoid strong alcoho'.ic .drinks, If rheumatism geU you, or sciatica, body invited. and you hive sharp twinges, gnawing Mr. J. G. Sebastian and wife of Cenpain or swollen joints or muscles, you tral City have been recent visitors at can get rid of all agony in just a few home of Mrs. Fanny Pollard. the days by taking teaspoonful of Mrs. Ed Clark was hostess Sunday at Itheuma once a day. dinner in honor of her guest. Miss All druggists know about Hhcuma; Thelma Engleman of Danville III. it's harmless, yet powerful: cheap, yet Mrs. Ella Cecil and daughter Miss sure, and a bottle will last a Annie, of Danville, who came over long time. Ask R. E. Mcllobtrts or Saturday to be present at the anniver- any druggist. sary of her mother, Mrs Pollard, returned home Tuesday. PAINT LICK It was a joyous occasion on last Saturday morning when the children, even Mr. Conn Asher was a visitor here to the 4th generation, met at the home Friday. of Mrs. Fanny Pollard, to celebrate her Miss Jessie Parks was a recent visitAn elaborate dinner "1st birthday. was served and about 34 guests were or in Lancaster. Mrs. Tom Italston was hostess at an Games, present to enjoy the day. mirth and song made the heart lighter. elegant dining on Sunday. departing, wishing the honoree many Mrs. J. D. Durchel) and daughter more days like the one just closed. spent Saturday in Richmond. Mrs. Pollard was the recipient of many Mr. and Mrs. Eli Cornelison and son pretty and useful presents. were recent visitors in Berea. Mr. Grant Metcalf of Richmond, spent Sunday with the home folks. HAVE CHARMING HAIR Mr Will Champ and family of Lan caster visited his parents, Sunday. TREE FROM DANDRUFF Quite a number from here attended Men and Women: Is Your Hair Lustrous, the commencement exercises at Ilerea. Mr. Everett Winburn spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents in Soft, Fluflj and Abundant? bed-sidone-ha- Those Dear Girls. Edith "I think Jack Is horrid. I KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. Quite a number from here attended asked him If ho had to chooso between me and a million which he would take. Childrcns Day at Mt Olivet Sunday. The following are the dates fixed for and ho said, the million." Mario Mr. W. I). Scott was at Pleasant "That's nil right. Ho knew If he had holding the Kentucky fairs for 1916 as Hill Sunday School Sunday nfternnon. tho million you'd bo easy." Kansas far as reported. Mr. Wm Onstott is building two new City Journal. Mt. Steriing, July 19- -4 days. barns on hi farm near Locust Grove. Winchester, July 204 days. Mr. A. S Dean sold to Mr. Huffman Harrodsburg, July 25 I days. HAMMACK of Lexington a jersey milk cow price Taylorsville, August days. $50. Henderson, August 1 5 days, Rube Faulkner Visited his friend. Danville, August Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Naylor pnd Ebb Lawson Sunday. days. Uerea, August days. Otto Grow were the guests of Mr and Mr. It. M. McQuerry visited Mr. Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, August Mrs. W. L. Grow, Sunday. John Clark Sunday. -6 days. i Mrs. M. L. Montgomery and baby Mr. Claud Archer went to Irvine Uniontown, August days. were with her mother, Mrs. Charles Monday on business. Fern Creek Fair. Huechel, August 9 Coulter, near Hrvantaville for the 4 days. Mr. Sam Rothwell was in Stanford week end. days. Mt. Vernon. August Alberta, the daughter of Mr and Mrs last week on business. Hurkesville, August 9 days. Miss Florence Hulett visited Miss Johnson Speaks of the Locust Grove Perry ville, August 9 3 days. section fell from a cherry tree last Jennie Hammack Sunday. Lawrenceburg, August 154 days. Walker ,1'ointer visited his father, and broke her arm. Spepherdsvllle, August 154 days. Mrs. Henry Montgomery Jind sons, Mr. J. W. Pointer Sunday. Owensboro, August 155 days. Miss Alto Hammonds has returned Wilbert and Edward, were with her Brodhead, August 163 days. mother, Mrs. Mary A. Sanders, Satur home from school at Harboursville. Fair, Sanders, August 16 day night and Sunday and attended Mr. Jack Stiggatl and family visited 4 days. preaching at Scotts Fork. Mr. Hill Lawson and family Sunday. Ewing, August 17- -3 days. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vanderpool have Knights of Pythias Fair. Stanford. is spending a Miss Nellie been visiting their children in this few days with friends at this place. August 233 days. locality the past week. Ihey were Columbia, August 224 days. Mr. Claud Archer and wife visited formerly residents here but have been Frankfort, August 294 days. Mr. and Mrs. John Merryman Sunday, for some time located in Lexington. Bardstown, August 294 days. Thev have now purchased a store near Nicholasville, August 29- -3 days. Mr. John Ellam of Lebanon Junction Pennyroyal Fair. Hookinsville. Aue- Crab Orchard and will move this week. is visiting his sister, Mrs. Fannie Ward Webb Faulkner is visiting ust 296 days. Mrs. Elizabeth town, August 293 days. friends, and relatives at Jellico, Tenn. HIDDEN DANGERS Harboursville. August 303 days. Ebb Bently and family Mr. and Mrs. Nature Gires Timely Warning That No visited Mr. and 'Mrs. A. J. Hammack MT. HEBRON 3 1 14 23 23 85 7- 93 Lancaster Citizen Can Afford Ignore. 1 To1 Sunday. MissJennie Smitn, of Crab Orchard is the attractive guest of Miss Eddie WILL TELL YOU WHY. I'A.MIUV PAINT to supply small needs in quarter, half and one pints. Its "Just u Little" Beautiful Ecouimlcnl Paint suitable for chairs benches, flower tubs, screens mid tables. Torch ami Step Faint, made for cleanliness and less CREOLITE-t- ho perfect work. a , "Little Sunshine Stain In your home." Try It cn Floor and Furniture inside lloor llnish. while yon sleep. It dries Put Varnish Graphite Hoof Paint,. Wat- er proof. Fire proof. One gallon cover 700 square feet. " II ATI I ItOOM ENAMEL. A beautiful porcelain liniah for bath tub, bath room walls and refrigerators. VELV ATONE FLAT, Finish for' interior decora, tlon of walls. Dries perfectly Mat with a velvet like flniah. 1C ARTS AND CltAFT. A Mission Wood Finish. Pro- duces a aoft rich effect. May be waxed or varnished. AND KOOF FAINT, in Krd and (!rcn. The, real secret of a good looking barn is In the use of a good Darn 11AUN Paint. tints, washable, sanitary. Stormes Drug Store. One bottle of Parisian Sage will prove Miss Margaret Francis is in Haiti- to any man or woman that dandruff can more, where she recently underwent an be banished forever that there is no 0e ration. need of falling hair and that (scalp'itch Mrs. Ilohort Walker is visiting rela is unnecessary. tives in Lancaster Bnd attending the It is a delightful refreshing, invigor- Chautauqua. ating and harmless liquid that every Mrs. Guy Rice and Mrs. Tom Logs- druggist knows about and speaks well den attended tho Chautauqua at Lan of. Hut one thing that has msde Farisian caster Monday. Mrs. Claude Spillman and children Sage famous fa its peculiar power to turn harsh unattractive hair into luxu- left Sunday to join her husband in riant hair in a short time and women Lockland, Ohio. who desiro fascinating hair should not Itev. Howling filled his regular ap b without it. pointment at the Christian church Sun It. E. Mcltoberts guarantees it to do day morning and evening. just as advertised or monev back, and Miss Fannie Noe entertained a num he sells lots ofit. ber young people on TLursdey evening in a most delightful manner. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Treadway. Mr. BUCKEYE and Mrs. George Todd and daughter Mr A. C. Miles was in Lexington, visited Mrs. Tom Logsdcn, Sunday. Friday. Miss Dorothy a teacher at Mrs J. P. Long is the guest of Mrs Madison Institute, was the guest "of Miss Mattie Woods the past week. Robert Long. Mrs I'ermelia llogie is, visiting relaMrs. E. F. Hedrick and daughter, Hazel, have returned from tives in Mercer County. Harlan MrT. 0. Hill sold to V. A. Lear. 62 where they have been visiting friends. Mrs. John Wynn and Miss Fannie head of cattle at CI and 7cts. Mr J.- - P. I'rathcr has returned from Dowden left Tuesday for Colorado, where they will visit Mrs. Wynn's sis a visit to Mr Williums in Pulaski Co. Mrs Harrison Kay is visiting her ter, Mrs. West. Miss Annie Todd entertained the U. daughter, Mrs Doolin at Ilryantsville. Delicious Mrs Prentus Walker and children Y. P. U. Friday evening. of Cincinnati, are visiting Mrs Itobert refreshments were served and a good Long. Faulkner. comes DANGER SIGNAL NO. Mr. and Mrs. Woods Graves visited from the kidney secretions. They will warn you when the kidneys are weak. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Dillion Sunday Well kidneys excrete a clear, amber afternoon. Mr.' II. P. Conn and family of Rich fluid. Disordered kidneys send out a thin, pale and foamy, or a thick, red, mond visited Mr. and Mrs. C. W. urine, full of sediment and Graves Sunday. Irregular of passage. Quite a number of young folks vis DANGER SIGNAL NO. 2 comes ited the home of Uncle Tom's cabin from the back. Hack pains, dull and Sunday afternoon. heavy, or sharp and acute, suggest Mr. Green Sutton and Miss Nellie weak kidneys and in that case warn Heazley were the guests of Mjss Nell you of the danger at dropsy, gravel Coldiron Sunday. Doan's Kidney and Ilright's disease. Misses Ida and Galdo McQuerry were Pills are endorsed by thousands. Here's the guests of Miss Hattie McQuerry Lancaster proof; Saturday and Sunday. U. T. Urummett, grocer. Crab Or Sundry school is progressing nicely at chard St., Lancaster, says; "Nearly every spring, I use Doan's Kidney Pills Good Hope. There were 79 in attento keep me in good health. During the dance the past Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Wurdlow are winter, colds settle on my back and cause pains through my kidneys. Doan's rejoicing over the arrival of a sweet Kidney Pills stop the pains and my little girl at their home. kidneys become normal." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Urummett had. Co., Props., Hullalo, N. Y. Foster-Milburn HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. further agree to prosecute with diligence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of car rying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our Tarms or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selected by us. This November 15th, 1915. R. L. Elkin, This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three .years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so. and we J. Jn8. M. Farra, W. B. Burton, Haselden Bros., J. H. Dalton, John II. Smith, .1. E. Robinson, W. II. Brown, Alex Walker, T.A. Elkin, F. M. Tinder, Logan Hubble, G. M. Deshon, U. B. Cox, J, W, Sweeney, W. M. Mahan, Now Well Black-Draug- ht N. Ross, Fisher Herring, FONSO. There will be preaching Sunday June 11th by the regular paster, Rev, Itootes) Mrs. Robert Palmer and Miss Nellie Scntt were in Lancaster shopping Miss "Dora Scott, of Cincinnati High School is expected home soon for her "Thedlord's Is the best medicine J. A. lever used." writes Steelman, ot Pattonvllle, Texas. "1 suffered terribly' with liver troubles, and could get no relief. vacation. Mrs. Geo. Garner has been very bick with tonsilitis but Is much better at this writing. Miss Elizabeth Claik was the attrac tive guest of Misses Nannie and Nellie Scott last week. Miss Lou Kuhlman and Master C. M. Finley were the guests of Callie and James Virgil Scott last week. Mr. William Howe and wife of Rich mond were the pleasant guests of her mother, Mrs. Helle Henderson Satur day and Sunday. There will be an ice cream Supper at Falrview Christian church on Saturday night, June 17th., given by the Ladies Aid Society of this church, and for the benefit of the church. The following guests were highly en tertalned at the home of Mrs. Helle Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Sunday: William Howe and children, of Rich mond, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cates, of Lowell, Mr. and Mrs. William Hen dren and son Cecil Williams ot this place and Mr. Williams of Lancaster, The doctors said sumption. all. I I had con- could not work at Finally I tried time reported. Hughes Bros, Withers Uros. William, Marcus and Jim White. B. F. Wilmot, J. D. Pope. Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. R. Cook, J, vV. Elmore, T. C. Rankin, Huffman Bros, Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, T. M. Arnold, Jr. W. B. Moss It. E. Henry. Jno. M. White, Bright Herring. A. D. Bradshaw, R. L. Barker. Misses Sallie and Atrice Noel weie the guests last week of Mrs Kelly at PHYSICIAN'S ley. Mr and Mrs Hoy Sanders, and children were guests of Mr and Mrs Iloone San' ders, at Hubble, Sunday, , Mr and Mrs Lewis Noel were the week end guests of her mother, Mrs Mark Uogio at Ilryantsville. Misses Hester and Mary Hanks An derson of Stanford will be the guests this week of Mrs J. M, Anion. The Public School which has been taught by Mr J. C. Davis of Uereu Col " lege, closed Tuesday, May 30th. Mr and Mrs Leslie Green and daugh ter, Flossie, have returned to Danville after a visit to Mrs Houston Gulley. Key, D. Sebastian will All his regular I lack THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGH- PRESCRIPTION FOR RHEUMATISM. T louflty Court Days. W. 0. Funeral Oflke-Phone RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Director and 18. Lancaster, Uuslness and professional men of large means who have taken expensive baths at famous resorts and have spent money lavishly to rid themselves of the tormenting agony of rheumatism have turned to Itheuma and got well. When Itheuma goes in, poisonous secretions go out. No opiates or nar colics are used. Itheuma drives out the cause of rheumatism and speedily brings comfort and health, and most druggists will admit It. Two bottles of Itheuma wi.l cost you a dollar of It. ,E. McRoberts or any druggist, and it this purchase docs not appointment at the Baptist church next bring you the freedom from pain and Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and even' misery you expected, your money is int; at 7:30. waiting for you, and to my surprise, 1 cot better, as well as any and am num." Thedlord's Black-Draug- ht to-d- Is a general, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that has been regulating Irregularities ol the liver, stomach and bowels, lor over 70 years. Qet a package today. Insist on the genuine Thedlord's. E-- 70 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Mqnday. . Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, lbt. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday, Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday) Winchester, 4th. Monday. Montlcollo, 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday, Richmond, The Central RecordThursday June 8, 19I6I. Friendship. Frlcmlahlp springs up and grows naturally; It cannot bo planted at will. incorporated, Foolish friendships aro often formed $1.00 a year. issued Weekly. In youth. It Is useless to talk against Union services will be held nt the them, since young people always reSchool Ch'spcl, Sunday night. J. E. RODINSON. Editor. sent criticism of their friends. Ws R.L ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. Quarterly meeting service at th must simply tolerate them and trust to tho awaketilnjs of common sense Methodist church Sunday morning Entered tl lt Pom Offlt In Unci.trr, Hev. C. II. Greer of Danville District to proro all frivolous friendships false and unworthy. decond'Clui Mall Mutter will preach Saturday night." The Central Record News Of The Churcnes. at 7:45, Member Kentucky Tress Assoaistlon also .Sunday morning at II o'clock. Quarterly conference, session gunday and afternoon nt Z;30, All are cordially In Eighth District Publishers Leafeue. June Clearance Sale June 9th to June 24th Beginning tomorrow, June 9th, and continuing until June 24th, we will offer everything in our entire stock excepting a few restricted price articles at very 'decided reductions from lowest regular prices. Our immense stock was all purchased before the recent heavy advance, and incredible as it max seem, aI sale prices will be a straight reduction based on actual cost. Our main object is to make a complete clearance of all Ready-to-wegarfixed custom to clear lie decks each season in (his department. ments, as it is our ar I SEASONABLE Seven Reelpis SALADS. vited to attend. Lancaster, Ky., June 8, 19l6 W. C. T. U. Rotes For Political Announcements For Precinct and CltV OHljes . . .$ fi.00 County Offices For State and District Office For Calls, per line For Cards, per line For all publications In the Interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line "or Sunday It June Uth. 10.00 Pastor and Sunday Plhool Superinten' 16.00 dent are requested to say something 10 along that line Sunday. 10 Miss Helen Gill will meet the Loyal Legion Saturday at 2:30. The children are requested to bring flowers. 10 05 The W. C. T. U. observed Flower Mission Dry May 27. We are authorized to announce Miss SOME MULE. Jennie Higgins a candidate for County A news note in an exchange says of Garrard School Superintendent In Monroe county, Ky., County, subject to the action of the that a man owns a mule that is now twenty-eigh- t Democratic primary August 1917. years old. He was broken to work at d, and since that time We are authorized to announce J. O Bogle, as a candidate for the Democ this mule lias made an average of two ratlc nomination for County Court trips a week with a loaded wagon to a distance of twenty-fiv- e Clerk, primary to be held August 1917, Glasgow, miles. It is figured out that this mul We are authorized to announce Joe has traveled 130,000 miles on these Hamilton as a candidate for County trips besides a lot of miscellcous Court Clerk, to fill out the unexpired hauling around the farm when at home term of J. W. Hamilton. Subject to The mule though sometimes infernal the action of tha Democratic primary Is eternal. For Qn of Our Most Healthful Courses. Fruit Salad. Two tnblespoonfuls of butter, two tablespoonfuls of flour, cupful of sugar, salt. Cook like cream tilling. When cold add the Juice of n lemon, nnd when ready to nso add For ono cupful of cream, whipped. fruit use one pineapple cut up nnd covpound of f ered with sugar, pound of f English wnlnuts, Malaga grapes cut in halves, two or three large apples diced. Fig nnd Almond Salad. Heat cupful of heavy cream until stiff and ono sennt tablespoonful or lemon saltspoonful of salt nnd f Juice, a dash of whlto epicr. Cut cooked bag or pulled figs Into thin slices, add the quantity of blanched and shredded nltdonds and garnish with cream dressing. English Walnut Salad. Plnco choice English walnut meats In n salad dtsli on a bed of minced oranges, sprinkle lightly with pure olive oil nnd set aside for several hours. Wash and pick over crisp wntercress, sprinkle with salt nnd pepper, ndd the fruit and nut mixture mid servo as cold ns h one-halone-halone-ha- lf one-halone-ha- lf To make the sale doubly interesting, however, we will offer goods throughout the entire store at most liberal price reductions. possible. August 1916. We are authorized to announce Hun. of Liberty, Charles F. Montgomery, Casey county, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress In this the Eighth district of Kentucky, subject to the primary to be held the first Saturday in August. We are Probably Had To. said tho doctor, "you"re cured at last. How do you feci?'' "I feel," said the patient, looking at his wallet sadly, "I feel as It 1 could start Ufa all over again." "Well." authorized to announce Jeptha Onstott a candidate for th democratic nominatlonfor County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the pri An mary, August 1917. HOUSE PLANTS. Waite, there are many whose pity arte sympathy goes out to those who, yet living, have been robbed of about the biggest things in life, their illusions. What Is life with out illusions? They are the raya of sunshine filtering, through the crystal dome of vision to play in dancing colors on the flat, drab plane of life. Death, dark and deep and mysterious as it Is may be, sometimes may be preferable to living on with illusions gone, ideals and Idols broken, the spirit and pride killed. We are authorized to announce Hon. Harvey Helm, ol Lincoln county, as a candidate for the Democratic nomina EXCESS OF WATER IS BAD. tion for Congress, in this, the eighth district of Kentucky, subject to the Amateur Who Like Follsga In Thslr primary to be held August 191C. Homes Will Enjoy These Helpful Hints About What Green Things InWhile people generally are not wast door Need and What They Abhor. Ing much pity on Dr. Expert Gives Sound Advice About Their Care. always unsightly. Tho second method, which is just tho opposite of tho first. Is to overwntcr the plants. Irrespective of temperature, they continue tcrccelro each day largo amounts of water. Thus tho soil which is kept saturated ceases to bo soli and becomes mere mud, and tho only plants that will thrive In mud arc aquatic. Itut there Is another way o water, which is tho right one, and tho sooner the nmateur learns this rule the better. Tho appearance of the Burfnco of the soil lu tho ordinary terra cottn flowerpot la a sure indication of tho condition of tbo soil below the surface. If tho top of tbo soil is moist you can bo perfectly sure tbo rest of It Is moist. When by evaporation this moisture lias passed off to such an extent that tbo toll takes on n dry look it is safe to conclude that more water is needed, and then moro Should bo applied. There BEACH IIARGIS SET FREE. are other methods that indicate n plant's need of water, but tljo appenr-aiic- o On Tuesday the State Prison Comof the soil Is tho safest for tho mission parolled lieach Hargis whe amateur to follow. While the soli is killed his father. Much sympathy has moist you are safo in withholding wabeen felt for his mother who is in very ter. Koch potted plant requires drainage. por health. This must be provided to keep tbo soil from washing down mid clogging up RAW DECISION. the hole In tho bottom of tho pot A The Paint Lick boys claim that a raw j few small pieces of broken crockery or decision was handed them In the rami oyster shells make admirable drainage. with Herea last Saturday by a partial ,Jlcl1 four or m" lneU I4 "mires umpire, which resulted in the Palnt fwm oe loch to an Inch nnd n half of Lick team packing bats and uf ter the eighth Inning. The result at cntiflc principles nnd cannot be Ignor-thi- s stage of the game was a score C to cd if you would bnvo healthy plants. 5 and the action of the team, forfeited It docs away with nil dnngcr of over the game to Ilerea. These two good watering, slnco water enough to Injure teams will cross bats again nt Paint tUo 1X1013 cannot collect In a well Lick next Saturday nnd a good live I dralnc1 l"-of tlio water doesn't crowd should turn out to enjoy It. comes from tho faucet Is used by the biggest growers. SPRING LAMBS HIGH. Tbo best exposure for plants Is a s The record price for spring lambs In southern one; next fholco Is an county was reached last week, era one; tho thin western, and, last when V. A. Lear purchased 1G3 head nml Ica,t' ' the northern exposure, of Messrs Billy and Ben King, that Tbo reason a western exposure is not '00,1,, bccauso of ha ,Iltcu5e hcat averaged nearly seventy ounds cent, pound This va the first ship'--, do well , mentof lambs that Mr. Lear ever a northern exposure Istbat limited, very made In May. and although the price Lack of suushluo causes lack of fabulous, they brought 11 J ore. Of course many of our most cents on the Cincinnati market last j beautiful foliage plants do well In such week, Mr. Lear has alio established a a location. Uvaporutlon takes place high record for the number of hogs lwy "here thero is u dearth of sun purchased this spring, for immediate sblno; therefore plants In northern and future delivery, totaling about windows requlro less water. It Is well up with a knife, tho 4000 head at prices ranging from 71 each week to stir soli of all plants having only a northcents to Fl cents a iwund. He pur ern light This keeps tbo soli loose. chased 75 head of Virgil Gostlneau last If you would have fine, bcaltby week that brought sum total of J1350. J plants never keep them la a window or little the rile of $20. a head. that Is shaded by a curtain. white-haired There was little of promise In Watte's youth. His mother. and father, his wife and his brothers have heard from the man's own lips the story of his thievery, his disregard for the truth. What It mujt have meant to them as they sat in the court room and heard man that story! For the who pillowed his face in his arms as he watched his son; for the little woman with the heart grown old, who faces death with the realization that herson suffers the penalty for murder in he first degree the hope that the boy had made good after an unpromising youth, is blasted. What bitterness there must be in the heart of the woman who married himT Waite took the lives of two people and has stolen all his life, but be has at last stolen that which can never be replaced the illusions of his young wife and the pride and hopes of those who trusted him, when others doubtel, who found room In their hearts for love and pity when the world despised. A leadlns writer on plant lore tolW us there are three ways of watering a plant two wrong ways ahd one right THE STURDY SAILOR. way. Tho first be speaks of ns tho little and often" plan, which sulta One of the Suits Ever Popular With ttto unmethodical, who water plants the Small Girl. whenover they think about It, usually serge, n box plaited Cut of giving a small quantity each time. Tbo skirt withbrown a middy terminating in a result of following such a method Is wide belt, this serviceable suit for that the water docs not really teno- trato the soil to any extent. Tbo lino of moisture Is near the top of tho soil, and the roots that lie below this line (and main roots aro always deep roots) rarely receive any water. Thus tho terminal ends of all long roots iio generally and tbo plant lias n mora or less sickly appearance. W atering may Keep the plant alive, but it docs not keep It lu n state of health. And, as has been bald so often, half healthy plants aro Potato Salad. Six boiled potntoc. two small onions, two hard boiled eggs. a pinch of salt. Chop onions fine, then ndd eggs and potatoes nnd salt. Chop s not too fine. Dressing: cupful of vinegar, butter size of nn egg, one large teaspoonful mustard. three tnblespoonfuls sugar, dash of cayenne, two beaten eggs. Melt but ter, stir In mustard, nnd after making it smooth in n little vlnrgnr ndd beat en eggs, then sugar. Look nil ingredients together nnd stir constantly. pound Chccso Salad. l!ub of roqucfort cheese to a paste; add until the mixture has the conollvo oil sistency of thick cream. Thin with n tablcspoonful of vinegar. Serve on lettuce. Six bananas, onq Banana Salad. npple. ono orange, boiled dressing. Open the bananas carefully, so as to All them again, slice three of them and cut the npplo nnd orange into small pieces. Mix thoroughly with boiled dressing nhd Oil the banana skins. placing them on lettuce leaves. Banana and Nut Salad. Itcmovo the skin fromnbanann, arrange It on white lettuce leaves nnd cover It with plenty of finely ground nuts. Then cover the nuts with a boiled salad dressing. Three-fourthh TERMS: SPOT CASH NO APPROVALS NO RETURNS . Tailored Suits J$!5J0O Tailored Suits reduced to Half Price $7.50 $9.75 $12.50 $14.75 $17.50 We offer during this sale unrestricted choice of our entire line of Taffeta Silk and Woolen Suits for Ladies and Misses at exactly half price. $19.50 $25.00 $29.50 $35.00 Tailored Suits reduced to Tailored Suits reduced to Tailored Suits reduced to Tailored Suits reduced to Any necessary alterations at cost. At Reduced Prices. We are now showing n really beautiful line of Summer Dresses in Silks, Voiles, Organdies and Nets all at reduced prices for this sale. rv i tr oi uresses, olarts ana xwaists . Dress- - to At this ow prices we offer choice of a lot of this Taffeta Silks and Skirts Reduced $5.90 season s newest style Skirts in ocrge. All Coats at Reduced Prices $25 Coats, now. .$16.50 $16 Coats, now. .$11.50 $10 Coats, now. . .$7.50 Linen Auto Coats, now $20 Coats, now $12.50 $12. Coats, now. . .$9.50 $8 Coats, now $5.00 $1.50 to $3.75 Georgette Crepe Waists $2.98 Shirt Waists At this price a dozen styles of new Georgette Crepe Waists reduced from $4.00 and $4.50. In newest styles of Crepe dc Lhcne, Oreandies nnd Voiles nt specially reduced prices. Wonderful values at $1.00 . H ouse uresses Millinery All Trimmed Hats at final ance prices. clear- Raincoats An extra special value in full length Rubberized Raincoats for Ladies and Misses nt Silk Rubberized Our ine of "Electric" House Dresses is all of excellent mate i rials, and best fitting garments made. $1.25 Dresses reduced to 98c $2.00 Dresses reduced to. . .$1.65 $2.50 Dresses reduced to. . .$1.98 $15.00 Hats reduced to $7.50 $10.00 Hats reduced to.... $5.00 $7.50 Hats reduced to. .'. . .$3.75 $5.00 Hats reduced to $2.50 .$1.98 and Cravanctte Coats at $4.75, $6.75 and $10.75. GIRLS' DRESSES AND BOYS' WASHABLE SUITS At Greatly Reduced Prices Wash. Goods 1 . White Goods All Linens, Flaxons, Organdies, Silks Our entire line of Black and Colored Silks at reduced prices. t $1.25 36 in. Black Taffeta, now 98c $1.50 36 in. Colored Taffeta.. now $1.20 $1.25 40 in. Crepe dc Chenes, now 98c 75c 36 in. Stripe Shirting Silks, now 59c 75c 40 in. Georgette Crepes now 59c $1.50 36 in. Stripe Crepe Shirtings, now .$1.20 Our entire line of Cotton Wash Goods at reduced prices. 9c yd. Best 36 inch Percales. 8c yd. For 0c Shirting Madras. Dress Ging9c yd. For 12 hams. 5c yd For 7c Light Calicoes. 10c yd. rFor Navy and Black Ducks. 10c yd.' For 12 Printed Lawns. 2c 2c Batistes, Piques and Fancy White Goods at reduced prices. . HOUSEHOLD LINENS. All Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, Crashes, Sheets and Sheetings at reduced prices. 36x42 Pillow Cases at .. 10c & 15c Corsets All Corsets above $1.00 at reduced prices, including such celebrated makes as Nemo, Bon Ton and Royal Worcester. Hosiery- - and Gloves All "ONYX" Hosiery in Silk. Lisle and Cotton reduced. J Kayscr's length Chamoisette Gloves at 45c and 69c per pair. Und erwear All Lisle Vests and Union Suits reduced; also all Muslin Underwear. Muslin Gowns at 45c, 68c, 89c and $1.12. ."SSSi I" Ladies' Misses' and Children's THE SrUIKO TKJIM. small girls will All tbo need of school days. Tho braiding Is white soutache, and tho contrasting cuffs, collar and belt are of tun broadcloth. Kitchen Kinks. Lemon seeds. If planted nnd treated as homo plants, will mako pretty Uttlo shrubs. The leaves can then bo used for flavoring. TIo a few lu a cloth ami drop In apple sauco when boiling nml Dearly done. It Is n cheap essence. Ilreak sorao cold cooked fish Into pieces, place It In china scallops, with little lumps of butter, fccasonliiff, a fow drops of anchory sauco and fi little SHOES AT REDUCED PRICES Mattings, Rugs and Linoleums AT REDUCED PRICES Lace Curtians and Curtain Nets AT REDUCED PRICES cast-thi- WATCH OUR BARGAIN SQUARE COUNTER FOR SURPRISE PRICES ON REMNANTS AND SPECIAL BAR GAIN ITEMS. i . 2TSZt. cream; sprinkle with breadcrumbs and bake them In tbo oven for tcniulnutcs or brown them before tbo Ore. Serve hot In tho scallops. Keep a glass Jar near your tint, nml vvlion you havo pieces of soup that are too small for uso drop them Into It urn! cover with water. A soap Jelly will form, which it is tcry'TIito to use In the wash boiler or for washing dkbvs. If it Is to bo used for washing clothes add tablespoonful of borax. Welsh & Wiseman Co DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. 3 -- .,r The Central Record, Thursday June 8 19 1 1. Early STYLE LEADERS. Mid-Stlmm- er We are showing all the New Materials in Specials -- SPORT STRIPES, FIGURED VQILS, WHITE SKIRTING, FANCY SKIRTING, and many other Fabrics to numerous too mention. See our beautiful line of Merchandise before making your purchases. Riding Cultivators . Walking Cultivators Wood Mowers . . Birdsell Wagon 4 foot . THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO NOTICE v?N QUALITY STORE. $26.00 $15.00 $42.50 $60.00 Gossip About People Miss Sallic Noel, of Danville, guest of Mrs. U. D. Simpson. is the ( at ths t'uritun. Miss Anderson entertained her pupils Miss Mittie Dunn is in Lexington for a visit to her cousin, Miss Laura Dunn. ALWAYS GOOD STYLE. Mr. Lee Cook has returned to London after a visit to his sister, Mrs. J. H. Cornn. Miss Minnie Bourne is in Danville visiting her brother, Mr. J. W. Hourne and family. Mr. S. D. Cochran has been a In Frankfort and Georgetown, Miss Louise Hays of Danville was an attractive viiltor in Lancaster Friday. The. Kind of A Brlel Mention of the Comings and Oo'njj by Those Wt Arc Intended In. Wire Fence The Square Deal House. 38cts Miss Delia Rice Hughes is at home a visit to her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Mr. Fisher I). Herring was n recent Acey in Stanford. visitor in Richmond. Mr. Wm Goodloe, of Taris, was a Mra. G. I'. Terrill has been a recent recent viritor of Mrs. D. M. Lackey visitor in Lexington. and Miss Jeanie Lackey. Miss Fannie West has rc tin nod from Mrs. Woods Walker and daughters of a visit to Danville relatives. Taint Lick have been visiting Lancas- after J. E. Mount, Good Son & Co. Mr. Hubert Fish lias returned to hia home in Stanford after a visit here. ter friends and attended the Chautauqua Trofessor Henry Lloyd of Lexington, Mra S. II. Tollitt and children will was over on Saturday making final arleave shortly to visit relativss at Vance rangements to move his family here burg. for the summer. and Miss Ida Mrs. William Fox Logan and children Mra. A. It. Matlieny The reliable household Remedy The Year Round PE-RU-N- Ready-to-ta-ke A AT ALL DKUO STORES roe SAM PUT ON I6i. piocf f tin tr ye ara, und Um hut loofi UU1 am still t!t lit anj jooU Iwuy. , arul inexpensive, On in (ppakianc, aloitn-pioo- l 4 ' Thflr rcv-ot- i wtn. On ite rruiket twcnty-nln- o I are i Dey Kir Sul ly Local Contractors or Cortrifiht Metnl RoofinjJ Co. no Nortli'23nl Street. Philadelphia, Pn. New Line of Up-To-Da- te BUGGIES AND ALSO Prasier Boad Carts XT C5" at prices right. See US In regard to putting on your RUBBER TIRES. We handle nothing but the bestfjrade of rubber BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRYANTSV1LLE, Ky. Bouillon. Mrs John Roland, nee Miss Lizzie Six pounds of beef and soup bones. Walker suffered a stroke of paralysis, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Beazley are re cnt tip tbe meat and break tbe bones; Mrs. Robert Walker, of Lick, last week and a Lancaster relative was has been vMling Mrs. M, Taint K. Denny ceiving congratulations since the ar add two quarts of cold water, and let , called to her bedside. and Misses Jane and Mary Doty and rival of a dainty little girl in their home it simmer slowly until nil the strength Is exhausted from tbe meat. It rfjjf Mrs. Eliza Ilallard and daughter. attending Chautauqua. Mr rind Mrs Lem Tester and children Miss Betty Terry of Stanford, who take about four bourn. Strain throuzU of llryantsville, spent Sunday with 'Mr Miss Mayme, of Brvantsvill, were Mr. Ashley Swope, of Lexington, has been the attractive guest of Mils n lino sieve, removing every particle ijf, week end guests of Lancaster friends came Wednesday and Mrs i.'.ll. Witt. to spend several days Minnie Mae Robinson has returned fat, Season wlti salt and pepper ouly to attend Chautauqua. with his grandmother, Mrs. Zarelda home. Mr and Mrs J. HtIlau;hman of Iioylu Mr. Orville Iluck and family, who Gulley who continues quite ill. county have been visiting relatives in a These Things Endure. Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Perry were With have had rooms with Mrs! Julia Walthis city and vicinity. Miss Catherine Bourne has returned Some of the things that are not Air. ana .Airs. u. D. Robinson for six ker, have moved back to the West to Dam'ille after a pleasant visit to o'clock dinner Saturday evening, re easily worn out by much using: Tha Mrs Charles (troves and son, Russell, residence on Stanford Avenue. ground we walk on (but we can exLancaster friends, having attended the maining for Chautauqua. of Cincinnati, are visitors of Mrs J. A haust It by bad farming); tho lovo we Miss Sallie Lou Myerirwas summon- Commencement and Chautauqua. Amon on Richmond avenue. sed to Kirksville Sunday night by Dr. In the W. C. T. U. contest to beheld live by (but we can tarnish It); the Miss Georgia Dunn returns from Mian Allie Itussell Fish, of Stanford Tope, to nurse one of his patients in in Stanfonl tonight those from Lancas- mirror In which Is reflected the true Transylvania and the College of the appcaranco of things. Collier's Week-- J has been visiting her cousin. Miss I.I ' llible. Lexington, Saturday ter, whd will take part are Misses that section of Madison county. to spend lian Cochran on Danville avenue. Mrs. George Ballew of near RiclifJ the vacation with homefolks at Marks-bur- Katie Barnes Dickerson. Ruth Carrier. Mr Miller Lackey and sister, little and Owen Hendren. mond, came down for the graduation Red Hair and Pugnacity. Miss Dina Lackey of Madison county of her nephew. Wade Walker, and visMrs. W. 0. Rigney will entertain her Miss Katie ilarnea Dickerson was persons have always are visiting Lancaster reletlves. ited relatives here last Thursday. and "at home" to the junior beaux and niece., Misses Annie Mae and Ellen of been reputed to be Mis los Genu and Sxra Wood of Stan Messrs Allen Johnson and T. J. Price belles on Monday evening, the affair Itichmond, today, the occasion to be a ready to fight at the slightest provocaford havo been visiting Lancaster kins' people bo folke that Jr, are at home for the vacation period being given in compliment to Miss handsome repast is compliment to thi tion. people and attending Chautauqua. are to dredo," runs a precept of the attractive Miss Walkers. after a creditable year's course at the Betty Terry. fifteenth century; and an old French Miss Elizabeth Iiryant of Bryants- - military institute at Staunton Vn. Mrs. Robert Mclloberts was hostess Mrs. Fred T. Frisbio served a hand proverb says: "Salute no villu was the guest of Mrs. J. C, Mra E. W. Harris. Mrs S. II. Henry at a tea Sunday evening in compliment some luncheon on last Saturday after man nearer than SO feet off, and even and attended the Chautauqua. and Mrs Thos. Austin are at home, af- to Mrs. Carlton Elkin's guests. Miss noon, at her residence, the honorees co, bold three stones In thy list whereMiss llettie Terry of Stanford has ter an enjoyable visit to Birmingham, Elizabeth Crutcher of Taris, and Miss being her cousins. Misses Annie Mae with to defend thyself." been tile attractive guest of Miss Mill Ala., and an attendance at the ConfedKathcryne Warriner of Hustonville. and Ellen Walker of Richmond. n ie May Robinson in the east suburb. erate Iteunion. Children Find Viking Relics. Mrs. W. F. Champ gave an elaborate Mrs. J. A. Amon entertained as her An Interesting find of Viking relics Friends and relatives of Mra D. M, Miss Elizabeth Ford completed a dinner at her home in York Annex in dinner guests on Wednesday, Mrs. Lackey, will regret to learn she is still creditable four years' course as a stu compliment to her young daughter. Carrie Groves, of Cincinnati, Mrs. Jesse of the ninth century was recently disquite sick at her home on Danville Ft, dent at Savre College, Lexington, and Miss Bernice, the'honoree of the af Gulley, Miss Bessie Gulley, and Master covered at Valtos, in the island of Lewis, by schoolchildren. Tho rellca Miss Mattie Adams and friend. Miss after receiving her diploma, returned fair being Miss Annie Itussell Fish of Robert Lilian Gulley of the county. consisted of a pair of large oval alamort. Martha Hall Itatclilie, of Sharpsburg, last week to her home here. Mr. and Mrs. William Farruiu pre- brooches of a noted Scandinavian type, a Bmall pennannular brooch, a are guests of ,Ms Richard McGrath.g Mrs. Hay Orrell of Florida, is again Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Haselden sided at a 6 o'clock dinner Wednesday, ornament with a central dinner the out-o- f town guests being Mr. and Miss Elizabeth Crutcher, of Tarisand With her mother, Mrs. W. A, Trice, presided at a handsome noon-daboss after enjoying a reunion of her schoo- on Sunday, the honorees of the repast Mrs. Banks Hudson and children, of loops, and a decoration of Interlaced Miss Kaiheryue Warriner, of Huston a small bucklo, part of a bronze lmates at Midway and being present at being Mr. Haselden'a aged parents, Danville, who came over for the Band villu are guest of Mrs Carlton Klkin. chain, probably used to connect tho an elaborate Alumnao banquet. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Haselden of Concert. large oval brooches, end a single big Mrs S. 1). Cochran has returned from BryHntsville. A trio of prettty Stanford girls, Misj Marie Ballard has been given a amber bead. London Globe. a several weeks visit to her daughter. Misses Elizabeth Holtzclaw, Tattle Mr. and Mra. Harvu McKoberta and place in the Stanford Graded school as Mrs Itussell llrown. at Ashvllle, N. C Terkins, and Mary Ilailey, were guests daughter, Miss Anne Davis, of Stan- teacher of the fifth grade. Stanfonl Lucy Arnold of Winchester, of Mrs. Anna Hoiley for several days ford, were guests Mrs. alu C o'clock dinner is to be congratulated uiion securing Co & was n visitor Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. and uttended the Chautauqua. Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Mc such a splendid teacher who possesses Tarkcr Gregory on Richmond Avenue. Miss Virgie Carter of the county, Roberts, remaining over for the Band all the requirements of a good teacher (taint bmlue lliut it Ltieter to which is added a charming per came down from the Itichmond Normal Concert that evening. County of titrrHnt.Bute of Kfuiuekf, sonality. School to sign a contract for a GarAT TIIK VUm: OF BUStNrSSn f The Junior Society set were enter rard School in the I'nnr Itidge district air. Joe t,. Koiiiiijoii attended an tallied on last Saturday evening at the 1st. day of June, 1010, 'f, that rho wilt teach this coming term. elegantly appointed dinner at the Govhome of Miss Minnie Mae Robinson in ernors Mansion last week, given to the Mr. Charles K. Dunn who received the east suburb, the honoree of the UKHOt'UUM. of the Democratic State Cenhis diploma from the University of happy occasion being Miss Robinson's members LotuiiU'l fiUcouat. I liJst :s aul uu- Kentucky lait week, is hero for a idiort house guest. Miss Hetty Terry of tral and Executive Committees. Every Owrilmfu .. .rcur member of the two committees and the Put truiu tuuk , . ... 31.171 IU visit to his mother and sisters, before Stanford. chairman, Judge CliarUa Hardin were ('lib ou bunt.., 0.070 1J accepting his new pobitiun in Chicago, Cbvck., ca.U Item... I AM U Mr. John Duncan and sister, Miss present and greatly enjoyed the oc- JLnUuie auti ulnar llou.e, Kurulluroaud , Ktmutv. u.au ou Mrs Clarence Williamson has been Jennie Duncan, have returned from casion. chosen president of the Central Ken- Washington D. C, visiting their sister, Toul.. I1M.71I The following item in regard to an LUUfUTIKs. tucky Woman's Club. She succeeds Mrs. W. O. Bradley at Frankfurt eu approaching marriage In the adjacent r.pli.l $ M.ooft co I Mra. W T. Latrerty. Lancaster teels route. Mrs. Tattle Gill concluded not city of Richmond, is of interest to Lan- tfurivlus stuck M lit, in Fund MOO 00 Unillvlilrd a pride in this honor us Mrs. William-- I to return home with them, but will be caster people, as the bride-elesitu.4 is a Atiit tax. 1'roai... (mid with her daughter, Mrs. Itarnard, at relative of Mrs. D. M. Lackey son Is known here as "Genie" Dunlap hIi uMmi loebtek I M.V7I OS !,:s li of this ll.zuto u nd is one of Lancaster' the National Capital, until some time place who expected to have been pres TiuiDpvuo.il 104.211 M Reserve for Txe in August, when she hopes to make ent,, if illness had not Intervened: ' 10.0UJ .... Itllll the trip to Lancaster. Uib.r Liabilities uol Included un"Mrs. James W, Caperton has issued The Birmingham News contains the der aujr of abut titadt t.ua) It paragraph:-"M- rs following The C. W. B. M. Auxiliary will hold invitations for the wedding of her Rlcliard Total assemblage at the daughter. Miss Mary James Caperton Stat of Keiituekjr, Count, of . iin.m w Ware entertained at luncheon Thursday its Garrard, at her home in Woodlawn, Her guests Christian church on next Wednesday and Mr. Paul Burnam. The event will Wa.lt. K. Moltob.ita and J. W. Kin,,,- ,- Scl. abut were Mrs Saru Eldridge, Mra T. W. afternoon, June 14th. The data of the1 be celebrated at their home "Blair deulaud l aihltr ut thethe aUivuaniot Uauk rio.olmiulr that tatiuiaut Rush. Mrs A. L. Hildrech. Mrs W. meeting was changed from the first Park", in the evening of June four- U true to tbe be.t of out knowledge aud tllvf II. KrUeltotwrtt.freudeut, Way ten, Mrs W. M, Anderson and Miss Wednesday of the month because of teenth. Many beautiful parties are to J. W. Klmo.t.Ct.bkr, Sallie Lou Myers, of Lancaster. Ky." the Chautauqua. An interesting pro- be given in Richmond fur Miss Caperrtubacrlbed and sworn to tWor., m il,u v.i. " Tartar The hostess, Mrs. Ware, was formerly gram will de rendered with Mrs. Lula ton and Mr. Burnam and the brides day of Juull. Not Hopper, Will Miss Halite Myers, daughter. of the late Johnson serving as leader, the subject maids, who are to compose a house loueiplrt. Februarytie Public. Ur ceaiula. li, PHOSPHATE NO ALUM-- NO Capt. Isaac Myers, and an occasional of dijeuuion to be, "The Home Fields party at Blair Park for several days DiaicTOB); W. K. Co3k, V, A, Uar, preceding the wedding." 1 II. Daltou. visitor here at her girlhood home. In Aftic.i". I y. "Red-haireRob-inso-- Holtzclaw of Stanford were recent visitors here. Miss Hannah Aldridge of Stanford Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Raymond Hasrlden. , Mr. I.loyd Moore, of McKee, spent several days with his uncle, Mr. Henry Moore, and family. Mr. W. F. Champ ami family spent Sunday with his mother and other relatives at Taint Lick. of Pennsylvania, have arrived for an extended visit to her parent, Mr and Mrs W, II. Mason. Mr Georgo Hallew ard daughter, Mrs Edna Ilroaddus and baby, motored over from Itichmond and were accompanied back by Mrs Halle w. Miss Nancy Walker presided at a Mrs. Patsy Brown of Stanford d well appointed dinner complimentary Mrs. Oppie ccntly visited Mr. to a circle of friends. Brown. Mrs. Lula Johnson and daughter. Little Miss Margaret Elkin Hughes, Miss Florence, returned Wednesday of Louisville, is the guest of Miss from De Land Florida. Gladys Fiisbie. Miss Jeanette Eldridge of Taint Lick was the guest of Miss Delia Tinder Mrs. Ike Phillips and daughter. Miss during Chautauqua season. Sadie Wood, have been the guests of Mrs. Oppie Brown. Mrs. E. L. Owsley has gone for a several weeks' visit to her son. Mr. Mr and Mrs. Tom Chestnut, Mrs, Letcher Owsley in Chicago. Daly and Miss Anderson spent Sat Miss Jessie Parks, of Taint Lick, urday in Danville. was the guest last Saturday and SunMrs. Jim Thomas of Hustonville day of Miss Katie Simpson. spent the week end with her son, Mr, Mrs. E. W. Harris has been quite ill Jesse Thomas and family. aC her home on Water street, much to Miss Allene Thomas is spending the the regret of her many friends. week at Hustonville with her parents. Miss Frankye KaufTman was hostess Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomas. at an elegant noon-darepast served Mrs. May Hughes Noland of Louis at her residence on Danville Avenue on ville, silent several days here this week Tuesday. in the interest of her musicclass. Mr. and Mrs S. D. Cochran enterMiss Ella Mae Bourne has returned tained at a recent elaborate G o'clock dinner in compliment to Dr. J. L. Hill, to tier home alter a weeks visit to Mr, and Mrs. John Underwood at Danville, of Georgetown. Hat Smart With All Suits and All Street W.ar. This Is one of the modish black satin bats. Tbe cut brim Is finished with a v t Off A BPr.I.N'O llODEU. bow of black satin held by a Jeweled ornament. These smart huts, so suitable for everyday uc. como In navy, tan and brown satin, as well as black. Garrard Bank Trust m POWDER Absolutely Pure MityrtmCnam if . V ch . l'ble CM .r . li. "The Central hecord, Thursday June 8, 1916. N mv . 1 V. jlrL V jm. errs v m .u 1&J V! vU l TOBACCO lb PHtfAKtU TORSMOKERSUHDERTHE PROCESS DISCOVERED IN MAKING EXPERIMENTS TO PRODUCE THE MOST DELIGHTFUL AND WH0LE SOMETOBACCOFORCIG- ITTE AND.PI PE SMOKERS. PROCESS PATENTED P. A. puts new joy into the sport of smoking ! JULY 30? 1907 RJ.RcynoldsToba:coCokpahy Winston SM.tH.HC.OSJV, DOES NOT BITE THE TONGUE 1 may live to and never feel old enough to vote, but it's certain-sure you'll not know the joy and YOU goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by a patented process that removes bite and parch I You can smoke it long and hard without a comc-bacPrince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give qualityl Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just friendly old jimmy pipe or a hand rolled cigarette unless you get on talking-term- s with Prince Albert tobacco! P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the kl contentment of a Mr. lleverlev ttout and little son lleverley, Jr, liavereturnedfromIOUls-- , NATURE'S-CHILDREN-GLEAvllle. where tlicy have been lor several month'. Miss Chmlotto Wnrren, who taught st Mllforil Texas, Is it home with Iter mollivr. Mrs. Charlotte Warren for the summer. taken'to Mrs. J. It. Harris, who the hospital nt Dinvlllo lut week Is slowly improving her hoot of friends . arc glud to know. The ilmt nuisnnc will soon be abated , in the city of Stanford. Ten thousand gallon of oil is here waiting to lie put on tho streets as soon as tho weather will permit. Mr. and Mrs. I.. T Andrews have returned to Dallas, Texas, having been called liere'several weeks ngo on ac count of the death of her father, Mr. HER EVER LIVING GARDENS ni J. answers the universal demand for tobacco without bite, parch or kick'back! eeervtsAere Print Albtrt t in loppy rod bag. Set tidy rod tint. lOtt handtomo pound and hmmijoro:nd tin that ttort eryital'gtart pound humidor with MpongO'moi.tonor top that hoop tho tobacco in ouch tpUndid condition. Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder than to walk into the nearest place that sells tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay out a little change, to be sure, but it's the cheer-fulleinvestment you ever madel st S. Murphv. Mrs. C.Nlt. Catni bell and mother. Mrs. Annie Wewitt left Tuesday for Los Angeles Cal, where they will make their future Home. Mr. Campbell went several weeks ng,.. Mr. Geo Thomas fonrerly of Casey county, has been aocurcd by the stockholders of the Mchinncy Deposit llahk, as Cashier. Mr. Thomas is a wideawake business man .inj has the confidence of the community. v, Scott Hamilton ami Miss Sara a popj'ar couple of ths city eloped to Jellico Tenn, and were mar ried, liotli are well known hero and have a host of friends who were very much surprised. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. N. V. Kowle of this city and groom a son of the late Isaac - (1) Half-ca- st - Chinaman carrying medicinal laavet. (i herb ... In p,alhrn .. I I l natives launcnmj uo.io.u si n.rui, the Orient. . .I r -1 , W; at t- ! r.m,.7 ! Kt QUARTER MILLION TAN LAC'S TRIUMPHS In the flrat nine months after Tannic was offered to the public In Kentucky, one million bottles were taken. Tanlac won Inatant recognition aa the MMIclne. Mner TanUe lAUirntorles are proThe ducing Tanlao at the rate or five million boltlea a rear, and the demand le even greater than that. There le a rwson for Tnnlac's tri' nmphs. llark of TanUra record In the drue; store ts Tanlac'e record In luck ot tulh rororda la tho home, Tanbu'a ntr ordinary merit, tmlr this eitraordlnary merit of Tanlac wins the kind of victories that Tanlao haa won and la winning. STRANGE PEOPLES DELVE WEIRDLY IN frRINGEirALBERT R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co, Winston-Sale- N. C Copyright 1916 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Bulletin No. 3 Why Not Face the Facts Ahout Armor Competition? To the People: o t The policy of the United States Government for many years has made real competition in Armor-makin- g ineffective. The Government mipht have asked the three armor plants for bids and let the entire tonnago to the lowest bidder. That would have made competition effective. Hamilton. Attorney John N, Menefee Jr, the solr delegattt that Lincoln county will have at any ot the national conventions this week and next left for Chicago Monday afternoon. Mr. Menefev is n delegate-at-laigfrom Kentucky to tie l'rogressive National Convention, which From meets at Chicago this week. a Chicago Mr. Menefee will go to on legal business. The grand jury has turned quite n number of indictments, mostly for minor offense. Evil doers are catching it heavy at the present term of Circuit court It. E. Thompson of Crab Orchard, was lined $200 for running a nuisance with his soft drink stinc. Will Love, a local negro was given a fine of JG0 and 10 days In jail for selling whiskey to a white man. Col. J. B. Willis and Col. John Itobinson, of the Crab Orchard Springs were fined $25 and cost each on charges of permitting a nuisance, the charge being that that they allowed a sewer from the Springs hotel to empty into an open ditch. The trial of the Garrard Hank & Trust Company as administrator of the late Thomas J. Oaks against 11. C. Anderson, growing out of the death of Mr. Oaks some time ago, when he was accidentally struck by an auto driven by Mr. Anderson, was decided in favor of Mr. Anderson. e Oala-hom- PEOPLE FAVOR A PROPER DEFENSE Personal Protection Against Common Enemies I the Popular Policy. More than a quarter of a million people over two hundred and fifty thousand men and women praise Tanlao today because, Tanl&o haa rnado them better made them feel better, lven them mora strength, more enerw, more Tim. better nerve, snrcr HILLS'AND PLAINS Wilderness, Waste, Jungle and Tundra Have Iiarvesu of Their Own. JThroughout J I "Nest Door JJelitlibor" has gotten to be a real duty. There haa never been a time when people were so anxious to hem ons another along Uts a highway. South Third Mrs. L. C. Davie of ( atreeL Louisville, gave an excellent example of this spirit when she ex plained why she gave a publlo Indorsement of Tanlac She said she regarded It aa a duty. "I am perfectly willing to recom mend Tanlac" Mra. Davie said. "I had a cold that would frequently make It Impossible for me to apeak. ;t bothered me In the head and throat. I was subject to these spells. Up to the time 1 became III In this way, had always been In good health, and had never had to take medicine of any kind. Hut the cold waa so severe thai I thought I would try Tanlac Several friends had tried It and obtained good TMUttl. the whole, vast world Nature has her gardens In the Jungles of the earth's middle. In th froirn tundras of the regions near the poles. In the fields and forests of the temperate tones. In wild and waste. In dale ami valley and mountainside. 'ambition, saner hope- The tremandona triumph of Tanlao la etury to understand. There are many sick people some y of them actually dlaeaaod, others -nm atllnt;." "not feollna; well down." And very often to bo allln. not feeling weJl run down. Is Just the beslnnlnr of beinr dlaeaaed. because The weak weakneea brtnjra UtaeAS. cannot aoeceaafully resist attacks of aim-pl- been to drive two of the three manuThe result of such a course would-havfacturers out of business, and leave the country with facilities of only ons plant in time of need. e Why Shamed by These sick people eometlmcJ ret used to belnr Vk. - They are In the habit of not feelln- wen. People, ret so they believe It ta natural to saner from tndlseatlon, dyspecala. belchln and and bloaUnf from caa, constipation, oreneaa of the itomaen, bUIotuneoa, lnactlre liver, dlxiraesw. kidney troubles, pains In the aides and back, palpitation of the heart, head-acae- s, Mnctag In the eare," weakness, nervousness, loss ot appetite, sleeplessness, falling- - off In weight, foul breath, coated tongue and Irritability. and When such people take-Tanlawin relief from their 10s by Tanlac, health and ones mors ret back their disease. urns Blotchy Skin The Government iri fact has nlwa3's aaked for bids from the three manufacturers, but no matter what the price quoted, each year's business was divided among them. Armor makers serve but one customer serves but one customer a community. the Government, just us u public utility If too are a sufferer from nrcrma or unsightly rlmPl stn. jou know iutt what It means to Lire that humiliating, bars-war- d frrltDg shoot meeting strangers nJ oftentimes frlrnds. Many a time too hire locked Into the mirror and sliheu that your atln would to like other people that jou know, "without a blemish." This with can he yours lor the asking. It you will tm to the drtnrclst and nrocure a bottle of . 1 1. !., the greatest of all akin remedies cpply It acrordlng to directions. In a abort lUDe jour aaiu win tv urn aii bi vri.vt. Come In and aik for a bottle today on cuarantre. Aak nlao about nur tniinrr-liartil. V. I), boaii, that keeps the skin healthy. actually enjoy "being allr," praise Tanlao praise It with thanks and gratitude that only winning back of health can put their hearts. they "Tanlao haa relieved ma entirely of the mr cold and hoarseness. I think Tan the Into lao Is an admirable tonic It haa Im men. proved my whole physical condition.' "LIKK A NEW MAN," John T. Wool, formerly of Islington. Ky.. now manager of T. M. C A. bowling alleys, Dayton, Ohio: "1 was a akk man My when I left home In Ivilntton. county, brother. J. It Wood, or llourbon hearing I was worse, advised me to take Tanlac. He mid It had relieved him of etomarh trouble, which had me com- letely down and out In a phyalcal way. ly relief through taking Tanlao was wonderful I feel like a new man." WORTH WEIGHT IN OOLD. Mrs. P. J. Terrell. M Ward avenue. Tlellevue. Ky. t "My etomarh waa en weak down a It waa difficult for mo to drink of water. 1 uaed to get spell r--ttof Indigestion that took all the energy eat of me. 1 tost aleep and eouM JustTanenough to sustain me. Since taking lao f can eat anything without dtecom-for- t. I sleep soundly throughout the whole irlnht. t am a different woman inf lakimr Tanlac . It Is worth Its weight In gold." Strange gardeners harvest and glean these ganlena Nature's children, wild men, many of them others the enwho are the link lightened peoples of the earth, and the untutored savages. In every ons of her gardens Naturs healing-somethaa planted something for which has remedial and. riirh of them has curative lowers. some strength and purpose all its own. While Nature scattered them through. out her vast gardens, man has gath ered tne oesi or mmn iw great Master Medicine. Tanlac the tonle. system purifier, and revltallser. which builds health and strength through the anil nerves. The gathering of any ons of the In- grsulenis or lantao wi mineral taint would make a thrilling atory In Itself. Rome of thsm are gathered by natives, at the risk of life and limb. In reglona where ths whits man never seta hta foot.ImaginaThe pictures suggest to ths tion the varied lands and penplns - used by Nature as ber gardens and heNature uses all things and all men Nature In turn t used by wise d. hing atora-MnA Trr.,, ra v QAINS EIGHT POUNDS. Mrs. W. M. ration, day City. Ky.t "I suffered Intensely with stomach trouble and finally It affected my whole constitution. I became so nervous I could not sleep, and would have smothering sensations. Tanlac gave me Immediate relief. The smothering sensations and choking disappeared. 1 have gained eUht pounds and feel fine. I recommend Tanlao because It gave me relief after all other remedlea failed." PHYSICIAN PRAISES IT. Dr. n. P. Owens, IC14 flefavarts avenoe. txmlsvllle: "I suffered from rheumatl trouble and trtrd various remedies without getting relief tin 1 took Tanlae. Tanlac has greatly relieved ma. Tanlac has dons wonders for my wife, who suffered and stomach trouble. from rheumatism anything without sufNow ahe can eat fering as aha formerly old. I recommended TanUe to my brother, who has derived tieneflt from It, and to patients who were benefited by It." "I FEEL WELL AGAIN." Mra toe JoekelL Valley Station. Ky.t for "I limr a sufferer from Indigestion Urn. years. I WI alck th. ten and had no energy to work. IUk nmt Utlte people who save suffered long. hadstatesaw faith In any remedy. In Hut I newpera the ments about Taniae eo I triea 1L and a friend recommended made me res It. Three bottlea of Tanlao no more 1 well axatn. Just think of It digestion." The solution of the public utility problem is regulation of rates. The solution of the armor problem is for the Government to fit the price. Wo the Standard Skin Remedy It. E. McKoberts. Lancaster. Ky. D.D. For 15 Years voluntarily agree to accept any price fixed by the Federul Trade Commission. ofTcr better than the destruction of an industry built. fcolcly to serve the Government? Isn't acceptance of that CIIAS. M. SCHWAB, Chairman EUGL.NE G. ClUCK, CARTERSVILLE. Mr. JetT Davis and Mr. Ivy Turner made a business trip to Itichmond last Monday. Miss Virgie Conn was the guest of y her aunt. Mrs. E. B. Whitted last and Sunday. The Itev. J. M. Itobinson tilled his IMPROVED BLOOD. a. C. Cornelius, Rhelbyvftle. Ky.! "My blood was In such bad condition that If I scratched my finger my whole hand would break out with sorea I also suffered from rheamatisrn and a general n condition. HI nee taking Tanlao my blood la improved, and 1 am not bothered with sores any more. I am not I can enjoy troubled with rheumauam. a good night's rest. I am Improved in very way? J ip I lrkW Bethlehem Steel Company TANLAC The reconstructive tonic, appetizer, Invlgorant and revltallzer, may be obtalned In Lancaster only at the drug Store of Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. F regular appointment at Carters chapel, Saturday and Sunday. Little Leslie, son of Walker Ilryant who has been very ill with pneumonia Is btter at this writing. Miss Martha Carter and Miss Ilessie Kedwine were the guest of. Miss Susie Davis last Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Green parson, of Ilerea THREE-DA- YS FOR AN TRIP. of her grand mother, were Mrs. Eliza Conn last Sunday, . Railroad fare $5.65 Board and Cave Fee $0.50. Round trip tickets on sale for inornini! trains. Mr. James Hawkins, wife and child Band Concert on Echo River, Orchestra and promenade 7:00 to'12 P. M. See L. & N. Atft. ren, of Indiana, were the guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. U. Wylie. Mr. Robert I'eters, wife and daugl STANFORD ter, Kev. J. M, Itoblnaon, Mr, Jed Davis and children. Mr. Ivy Turner Mrs. II. C. llaughman has been 111. and Miss Martha Carter were the Miss Newell of Somerset, is visiting guests of Miss Susie Hcnfro last Mitis Mary Lynn Fox. Mrs. Lelia Ii. Cook is visiting Ready-to-ta-ke friends at Ilarrodsburg. Mrs. Ike Phillips and daughter, Sadio Wood, are visiting Mrs. Oppie Iirown PB-RU-Nat Lancaster. Mrs. Jesse D. vVearen spent several and Ulcers of the rOR SALO AT ALL DRVQ STORES days this week at Gilbert's Creek with Gall Stones, Csncer Stomach and Intestines, Mrs. J. E. Iluck. tlon, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and Mined Kat'e Lynn Woods and Mayme other fatal ailments result from StomSingleton have returned home from the ach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach Normal at Richmond. Sufferers owe their complete .recovery Harvey Helm came to Mayr'a Wonderful Hemedy. Unlike Congressman home frrm Washington Monday night any other for Stomach Ailments. For sale by It. E. McRoberts in Lancaster, to remain for two weeks. .tf and druggists everywhere. Incorporated. Miss Emma Warren and Miss May Itrackett of Cincinnati, are here visitMARCEILUS ing relatives for some time. Alias Mary Elizabeth McKinney and 43 or 83. rhones 339-All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Mrs. J. C. Itankin is on the sick list. Miss Maud Carter, who taught at Cave Mr. Ebb Cooley was the guestlof Mr Springs Ga., are at home for the John Cambell Thursday night. MAMMOTH $12.15 ALL-EXPENSE R. E. McROBERTS. Miss Lula McKecknfe is the attractive guest of Mrs. Robert Har.kin. was the Miss llernie Montgomery Ruest of Miss Lula McKecknie Sunday. FROM LANCASTER JUNE 15th. the past week from K. U. V. is at home. Mr. Green Howling bought of Mr. F. N. Kolger nine hoes at $8.50 per Miss Cecil IiowlitiK who Kraduatetl, PEE GEE hundred. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gamon are rejoicing over tho arrival of an eight pound boy. Misses Martha and Murtel Cambell are the guests of Mrs. bbb Cooley, or ft r . WORKS WONDERS The reliable household Remedy Good ran l,.jt-- j . The Year Round A Mfiffsfossarar a. Cartervllie, Mrs, Faris Fitzpatrick and Mra. L C. Spoonainore were with their mother Saturday and Sunday. Mr. S. C. Folger lias returned to Ins home in Somerset after a three weeks visit to relatives here Mr. M. 0. Folger and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Folger and Mr, II, U Haggard, motered from Somerset and were the gnest of Mrs. Frank Folger, last Sunday. There's Always Something Around the House that needs Refinishing An old piece of furniture you hate to part with, worn floors or scratched doors, and as you look nhout you'll find infinite uses for Pee Gee RE-NU-LA- C. I I This combined Stain and Varnish Is made for beautify Ing your homo. You can easily apply It on any kind of wood. One coat works wonders on anything that needs refinlshlnc. m Try Pc6 Geo It's Inexpensive and assures best results always. comes lit J I Natural I'll Gee Wood colors. While. Cohl and Silver Enamtl to-daC PEASLEE-GAULBER- T Jefferson "School COKI'Lm: TWO TKAK Ctil Kfct, Taj virweaos L. J) , J I net HeHI d- Lav. - Manufacturer!) CO., Incorporated Louisville, Ky. I m twip uwrsisane Usmilk, Kf. 66 & J & Stormes i Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Thasuiaa. imSmtwjo ratwli ELLW IT io freaau,ri fCKNEIAKEK, Sc'y, The Central Record, Thursday June 8, 1916 rncb with n capacity varying from 200 lo l.nOO chickens. u Tsmptratur of Droodsra. SsBam am y liu J Ti M r lei Ran 4rxf trtf Tho licit temperature nt which to i NDk 4otliri keen n brooder or hover ilencnds unoa wnfc j( fml iM wrf yttt, It i.l J NKtMm t nop tho position of the thermometer, tba Iosh with ngc of the chickthe j stylo nf tho hover, ens nnd tho wen I her conditions. Aim to keep the chickens comfortable. As ru but harmlat l ktjRian blnt. Rjiftitmpir .the operator lenrns by the actions; of sir. II. J. -VtlmbK bx.Urt Ii each can. the chickens (he nmouiit of beat they How to tVKrar Vm. reipilre, ho enn discard Iho thermome2Sc( 80c and $1 .00. la tWd. Hardvtra, Drir ter If he desires. When too cold they Aai Ct4Mral AtOfM will crowd together nnd try to get nearer the bent It Is Impossible to 8tntc for each enso nt wbnt temperaEUROPEAN PLAN. ture "tho brooders should lo kept to K. K. Mcltoberts, DmcRist, Lancaster young chickens; however, It will (Prepared by t'nlleil Fulfil ilf inrtmcnt ot rnlxo degri'es up to 100 degrees run from nurlculture In cases, ns nmno broods of chickitrooillni.' with hens Is the lmplpt ensaoiuo seem to require morn beat than nml ciiKlmt way to ml.v n few thirl;, others, nn nverago lielng 0.1 to b. deFine Dining Room with Excellent Service cm niul "N the inelhol which Is tieil grees for tho llrst week or ten days, fnrin when the temperature Is gradually rennnot i'.U'lulvcly on the iivei-ncand Low Meets Free Auto-Bu- s Artificial brooder nro iiwiiwnry where duced to BT dcgri'es for tbe following and Electric Bathes. winter or very enrly chliketn are ten days nnd then lowered to 70 or 7.' ur nthcr degrees for ns long ns tho chickens rMcd, where only Write for Reservations. nonfiling breeds of pmillry nre kept need bent. 1 F.oding Young Chicks. or nhcre birjre iiuialrcrn nf chickens nre GREENBERG, Manager. Young chickens should le fed from hens Hlttlii rnimi romuierclally. slnfiM 1 coiilliii-- l tn atlclitly ilarkeueil three to five times dully, depending upon otio'a exiicrlenco In feeding, Tho iii'iitH nt luilililuv time nml tint ill" young chicks may l fed nny time turlied uiiIcm they step on or plrk their to forty-eigh- t after they nre thirty-si- x rlili ki-iwhen butehliig. The rni.'(ielli hours old, n lion whether they nre and nny eztni win li b.ive not bnti'liiil or In n brooder. Tho first with may feed fihriuld I"1 removed nil whim nt the contain cither hard boiled eggs, hntrlilnr 1 ber. IJcih sliouM N fill stale bread, plnheml oatmeal ni. n ii a (Hwiilble nfti r the vgk nre or rolled oats, w lileji foods or comhlun. Record 2:211, Trial 2:Uf. lialrlnil. ns feeding tomU to fcwp tlietn tlons mny be ueil with good results. Half Ilrother to I.ula Watts (J) 227. ijuU't, othcrwlst mnii.. lien ulh tenie Feed the breadcrumbs, rolled oats or Trotter, lirnwn Stallion, nliuut I5 hands, foaled liKK the next. In mimt entn- -i It 1 best tlmt Jobnnyrnke mixtures, moistened with Standard Registered Vol. IK. the In n remain on the iirt mid brtKHl water, live times dnlly for the first I'blrLs for at leant turlil' four ( M. : week, then gradually substitute for one ! Slrentl, ilmn.otf. llaik NIlM IK bourn ufter the IuiIi IiIiik b otv.. ( HI Irwi K.rh- - f NtHjHtlar rilra or two feeds of tho mixture finely I Klino lljht IMi. Ilrlililllskl ntobs IWM r "I Nwrt Brood Coops. cracked gralna of ciinnl parts by weight 10 l ",. Ham nliit union ware. Kmt't t.MH I llarrrMiif Ilcii" will broiNl uereifiii ini 1 Stieol lull, Hurt l.rtrVi V.lr :0S-ll to tha room, whit clotlici art to tlia par-toI Jfnii)rCl.r !? . WSW.lMf plrol I. il.mi nl Ml, ... MUw It rtflacu tha ttita of tha occupant! flftei'ii chtik enrly In the bleeding ( Ke,rwMt Hell HrtMk Uret bfftnd reare TMt and tatabtifthat thair aocial atandin. kvhhiiii nnd rlEliteeii to twenty live In htwk IX.. Z.rHn. llf Norwood Ml- Hill.rMk Alfred Peats ilcpeiidln? upon the mirni wentber. I UarRH Ullkra 17V. J: IT. . .. ! Mreof 13 lutMD.cle. tire of the hen. l'owder the lieu with f Mk XIV (trend "Prize" Wall Papers I Ywkn ( t)nrH Klliel. Ml. lit :i pk1 iiiroit powder tM'fore inoVhw Hy Slrashmne. ara lcttd for thair art!atl and decorttUa fir mi tiSSU. her nml t Sit chlcki to the broixl coop. worth and every pattern will (ive lauafae- tlssa Hi Ull K.l (ill Satire M.lle 11 S:j Ham at limit Hllk tioa no natter the price. III . iHettener Tbe hm should U diisleil every two Manila, in 11.' Sn.fe 7 Inapect theaa beautiful desiim nail if. s:it; omi i In the Z3 weeks or na often an niftiwiry mil i Wllke. illwao.tv.l.lll, .N. iSltSWI., etc to ftfcrrt Hrk rooni to be paperel, tha only aafe way. !(( the rhlckeii J .l I. Hillrl'111 Tha book. "Home Decoration" thows how rllrll'nrl W'llkcal uie weaiuil. If l.'V be i they look upon tha walla ll.ll Hirr la rnimi i jennyllarre ('Is 4t II r iiiiue tbkk on the thlcki'tm. or If they rlr.k11tH. UMIIefMn. J Lare aaortacal ol deallaa aad color Hll.nl (Hook awl MM OUr III are troubled nltli 'bead llee," n very !'" IcIdlnC'lartO mit t pcpalar price a. dam o( Itti.I.JIH Estimates cheerfully fuinlihed. little nieuxe, mull n lanl or vnifllne. lak'j.rlc nppliiil with the flutters on the limy be SlWnt llrook lU7l, 2:1CJ, tire of Dill llurk 2:081. Mr inlaw llruok 2:0T,J. lieud, neck, WHITE & RIDDLE. under the wings nnd Shawjtsy Km ma Flrook 2.W. I.ady Znrrine 2:071, llctty llrook nroiiud llie vent. l'aint I,Ick, Ky. lli'ilbriwk 2:10, flutter llrook 2:10, Silent llrii;ad (2) 2:10, Margaret Hathcatc 1 1n x 1 eoopK should !! made an that (I) 2:111. etc Sired dsm of Chatty Direct (1) 2)7J. etc. IIU ilnm. Jerny Ibey ran li- - cbmwl ut nights to keep Clay, nNn produced He Mir Clay 2:SSJ, nml wan grandam of I'rue 2:21. out nits ruts nmf ntber aiiiaf.il:, un . eiililatlon should lie nllowi-i- ! Meko 21457, sire of Kerrno 2;0t (winner Kentucky Futurity,) llrendu enough Yerke (I) (Futurity winner) (t) 2:01,. Native Hello (2) 2rft7J (Futurity 'o that the ben nnd rbli ks will have winner! CI) 2:04 (chiimplon Manrico (3) 2:07 (Futurity win plenty of fri'nh- ulr. The hen sboiild lie Ufieoop until the cbKl.eiiH Su.de N. (S) (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10. rnnflneil ii: nr.) Silver Silk (I) nre wenneil, while ttu chickens nre u' Mobl2:i8j. .Molieter2:10i. Motnnstcr 2:11. Slllko (R) 2:11 (Futurity winner) loweil fn rauge lifter they nre a few Sired dams of the Harvester 2.1)1 (champion trotting atallion.) Vito (4) dnya old. 2:Hti. Martha Tipton (4) 2:09, O'Keil (t) 2:131. etc llrother to l!ump 2:03. The brooil CiMip should be rUvineil ot Iltren I). J:1H. etc. least onco n week mid knit free from Illeucher 4IW. remrd trial mile 2:141. half In 1:0S. Ut quarter in t'llti-- i. Jf miles nro found In the cooii It slioiild be tbonHiglily cleaneil nnd 32 neoanda, i a hamUomo eal lirown horae, and will weiRh lllal ioiinil. II Should be Engraved or hi Rixvl ire Silent Brook and la out of Clayo, ly the creat sprayeit with keroseuo oil or erudi1 Kntly Tho tram, hero Illustrated ts covEmbossed Dowadays. ljn'lic IYom one to two IetniteuUL Futurity aire Moko. ered with wire netting- to irotet feed of youns chicks from tho older Foreign demand li extinuntrd the aupply and we may expect better of sand or dry dirt or n thin layer of It reflects good taste and fowls. straw or fine bay should be spread on prlciM for our lioraea in the future. Our advic to mare owners ll to lireed their at once creates a favorable anil to breed them t atalliona of tncritnnd pruten worth naalrva Uleuch inarei of crackitl wheat, finely cracked corn tlw type to produce the colla that .will aupply the demand. er it Ilia Colts impression. nnd puihcad oatmeal or hulled oats, to have proven fine, with nice head and neck nnd plenty nf bone and conformation. which about C ier cent of crackeil veas Suppose. you come and see Tint Treat trotting Stallion will make the e.iion of l'Jlli at my stable in or broken rice nnd 2 per cent of charl.ancantcr, Kentucky at the many beautiful samples coal, millet or rape seed may lio ndded. After tli6 chicks nro ten days old a we have and get our prices. good grow big mash, composed of tw I MIi parts by weight of bran, two parts middlings, one part vuroine.il, one purt low or red dog Hour nnd wheat flour 10 lcr cent beef scrap uiay bo placed In n hopper nnd left liefore them 1 will alaoftand tbia beautiful at nil times. As soon ns the chickens Sliet wilt cat the whole wheat, crackeil corn aeason nf l!lf at land Stallion for the nnd other grams the small slzo chick feed can be eliminated. my it able in I.nncanter, Ky.. at Flno charcoal, grit, oyster shell nnd clean water should le kept liefore the To Instre A Living Coll. chickens nt nil times, ami cracked or $10. ground bone may o fed where tho chickens are kept In small bare yards, I am prvarl to take care nf mnrca but tho latter feed Is not necessary for Lieu re on erusa at 10 cent n day. chickens that have n good range. '. tained on eolla for service fee. Extsrmlnato Poultry Vermin. sprayed Tbe roosts should lo Money due when mare It traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent with some good solution to keep out accidenta but not reknaible should uny occur. Utna aro eonruieil to the brood the lice nnd miles. If you iVo this n coop-- hero aijown. There im n wlrrd couple of times a week you will Wave door back of tho boarded front of but little trouble with tho vermin. So coop. whUh can ), slid forthU many peoplo complain ubout lice. If ward. Tk)s arrunctment funilslies tho liens and chlika rlnt- of they would go ut It nnd give the hulls. and freuli air at night and Lancaster, Ky. Phone a thorough cloauliig nnd tkeii keep It prtwonts any animals from cnterlni; clean they would .have no dllllculty tlw coop. about lice. Stop At The POULTRY ' Gait House When In Louisville. Price. and EGGS J suggestions fqr Hearing chickens i ik ir Are You 'Ready to Play YourPart? I K V y?Vk GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. li power of a nation in time of need !j the pro-OI ' - nmviiiiil.J. America must find out what this produang power i And I. . then flmilnn i'l - ' I nc ... .I f It llti(wLiiy oi cvciy piam mujl be gauged. The ability of every man mmt be known. For War ij Medianicil. 1 is Electrical. It u Chemical. It ii Mining. Manufacluring. Tranipcrtation. It ii EVERY-phasof Engineering fmrd into a single industry Tblnj thouwnd EnpWn lod.y are imine. YOUIl COUNTRY wnkoui pr. Th,, ,re ruling . .un-eol YOUR COUNTRY'S InJu tml Rcwurce.. They sie helping YOUR COUNTRY to FIND ITSELF ndYoul TheyrecliirtmjlJieclnnnelioltommeKe. Souodinj ech w,"cr.,,,uirP,';,7Jh'V 't"K'he D.ytrt.k vdien W.r rsufcom- eARMIES in the field will be but the creM of s WW ol ii w,k silike AmericM Conlultnl snd deep i the Amencn Soul. Tht YOUR COUNTRY m.y know hal ife Enporeri .re do,n?. Ihe AiMculrdAJerbun Uulrt ol theWcild l..t t ledg-- d ihtir the I ieiidit ol Ihe Uniled Stales. by l " P,rt ol n'n-id- ! with ihe tnpneen ' ' IE Trains. "THE .NATION'S 'DEFENSE." Turkish J. BLEUCHER 46158. Sl pjr'' And ikn dwitiemrnl. nub'Uhed Iree arrki lo tecure YOUR cooperation m Thu b, douUkw, the queition yoa are ailing younell. Hfre is ihe niwrr: II rim ate a minulacturer fully wiih the Enjineeri ao they can dj tlieif y.b jmtUf and tfratittly; il you are a working man help your employer lo help lh Engineeri and be prepared, ii 10 needed, to be aboldier m Indiotry, ihe firing line, which iijtutai import int ai being a loldier on ll Bring line; ii you are a buiinru man ol a profmional nan, or whoever you ate. help mobiliie ,,COOD WILL" behind thu mlriotic l.-- k oi Ihe kjigineeii m beh.ll ol National OefoiK and International Peace. C?,J.,;!ITTEK 0N INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS OF THE NAVAL CONSULTING HOARD OF THE UNITED STATES inUT C1ff DOf" v J, WALL PAPER iIIaII?"' t.iiml.f epft.lIoii with . Ejr"'" 1) Amnir.. loUitutt " Imtw, f M,to,, tj,,mr JJAlnw..Sot,dM.IFjitWrrl cl Uictnc.1 Fjigmrm Bufl SnrirM 1 fm, Amnic.il Chrnar.l Snrr 29 Wnl 39lh Swrt. N.w Yr o s u pi,J!iiili!!iii4lii;ilfl; u 5 lf s:7. Hr i. ir 27. 2S, 2:J. 2K. t. 2, Personal Stationery WAY up n the mot.itains of Western North Carolina are the beautiful and attractive resorts of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at one of these cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion. tickets nre on sale daily, good until October 31st, via Fneclal denomination.-- ! Missionary and Prt-- Conferences at Black UcunUin. liUge Crtat and Wiynosvillc H. C. (Lake JunalasVa.) jut j hi1 tw3krCtwitTcfthc5utJa Stop-over- s allowed at ti.l points. Three special Low Fare Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. For full Information sec Ticket Agent, Southern Hallway, or write B. H. Todd, District Passenee.- - Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. Barlowe. Central Record. tzxaox 1 Diaw n Check for the money you owe and note how much more respectfully your creditors retard you. They like to do business with a man who 3r- - has an account at & the lletter Thev Garrard Bank Trust Go. W. B. BURTON, 95. They know he is doinR business in a bubipees liku way. open such an account even if your aiTaira are not large. will grow nil right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company . Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 16 hands high llei Oenmark r IWl MiilK.rf.M NM . REX McD. 6597 M0 the floor of the coop, ltrood eoow should lie moved weekly to fresh ground, preferably where there Is new grass. Imi MmIi jiai., Crliller. Peuiiiark. re bjr Clr ot Hie Weil llUek giUlirel Mire by OUt lUr luvl. '. en Drill , a Ortll lio.e i;i ... f$Iulltrie loutiM . 1M, Ill.7t5 !liu. II. aim .. I Aarluii I'euuluc lmlulliVuiefllluM. dire uy ;iui. ilow rvt by Drennon. ItlidHin It cun be nei'ii by the pedigree that this liorso belongs to if family of clinmploiii, bis ire. Hex McDonald being the world's champion of champions. On hia dam'a aide ho trncea to Montmau who wna champion for eighteen ytara. This horae bus the llnest aliouldcra and withera that I have ever seen, plendid bone, abort back. His neck, bend and cara ure In tlie right place. He ulso lias the belt shoulder motion nnd hock action of nny horso Hint I have ever hud In my (table. MIX Mcl). is a show horee In harness as well ns under the saddle. You Ho will can not.mnke a mistake in breeding your Kod mareg to this horse. inuke the season At $20.00 To Insure A Living" Colt. I will also stand my walking stallion, GAY BOYD, At $10. To Insure Living Colt Inoubator Chicks. Clilcks are usually left lu the lucu-lto- r to tblrty-slfrom twenty-fou- r bourn after hatching without feeding before they nre removed to tho brood er, which should huru been In opera- llou for n ikiy or two at tbu projier temperature for receiving tho r)ilek ens. A beginner sjinuld try hli brood lug ujsteiu (iirefully ho uses It. After placing tbe chickens lu tbe broodbe given feiil mid water. er tlwy Tho capacity of lmxHlcrs nml hovers Is often overestimated, and one-bul- f to s of tbu number of chickens commonly advised will do much better than ii larger niinilier. The danger trom lire, duo friinieutly to enre4iss iis-ud lack of attention, U consider-nbl- a lu chean brooilern and hovers. wbllo there U some risk in (ho tiest grades, iilthough proper rare this to u minimum. IndUIdual hovers lu colony bouses ur several In giving rpitto genone largo bouse are eral satisfaction on small poultry farms, while Iho pipe system of brood-laIs commonly used lu largo commercial poultry plants and wliero ex tensive winter brooding Is done. (7nso-lln- o brooders, brooder sloven bumlug cnjtluo dtstlllato oil, nu'd a separate uidlvbliMii hover heated by it coal tiro uru cvmlug Into UKiro general ux- plenty of racgc, grass and shade. If ti brook or stream tdiouM wind Its way through, the orchard or woodlot tho lo cation would be iilwut Ideal. Keep the grass cut short. Give the Chickens Range. A good placo for the growing chicks is In houses colonized out lu u largo orcliard or woodlot, where they have Ilk ; Democratic National Convention ST. LOUIS, MO. L. H. & St. L. OFFICIAL TRAIN r POULTRY (! recti NOTES. to luilauco L.&N.R.R. lpr, !!. food helps green feiHlliig sturfs. llollod rice, ciMiked mid Heasou-e- d with n Utile salt, pays when fed to tbu young thlcKs. Cblek. moro freipjently pant - f.ir hit-ntIn n brooder that la badly entllatisl than lu onuthiit is overlieatetl. llitioders must bo kept ut a comfortable teniperntuit.' at nil times, because warmth ts tbu baby chick's only chnnco for surviving. After tho nineteenth day It is nevee ndvKible to let curiosity riilu n gootl batch. Tho Incubator iroor shoiWJ never bo opened until tho latch Is over. ja J sfs) the diet of chicks, nnd they need nn abundance uud variety of aUctrk liiliiad, Tha KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC SPECIAL, conUtU of all Union Slatiao oarIic raclinina ckatr can and PuUman will laava 0 OO p.m. and atrUa at Si. Louit Tuaaday, J una 13th at MonJar Juna 12th, 7(40 a.m. day Ixfora tha Conarnlion. More Silo r SPECIAL ItOUNU THII FARES IN EFFECT For alecper reservations or further Information R. F. PE1SN, T.P.A. cll, write or phono II. L, SWEENEY. C.P.A. LeulitUla, Ky. Less Money LouUviS. Kr, Both Phooa 1134 Make no deal for a silo without getting our figures and (Uturea. U' give more and better anchorage. Stauncher door frame. Steel. hinged. Tour. Utch door. Sleel step ladder, step every IS inches. Better comparative coaatruction throughout. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Got Our Prices Before You Buy Our difetft, ahipracni af aUvtt amj (i tttrai ami malUf tiling and oparrmf apatu waaa mart aA for Ust money iKaa njr ttid cvnaaajr can f ou. . Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. J J tsj aJa aja J J J J J l'UINCE AU1EUT, one of the best CLYDESDALE stallions In Kenintucky will also make the season ut my barns at the low price of $10.00 to nnd farm horses. sure a living colt. This is the kind to breed to fqr mule mares At the same time and place will also stani two extra good JACKS at will make the present season $10.00 each to Insure living eolU. All this stock at my farm near Faint Uck. Ky. Mnres will be kept on grass nt reasonable rates nnd every care taken to prevent nccidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. tf Uilk m$ Aava aroa if JENS1Y, President J. E. STORMES. Vice I'rea't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T, wUDHY, Ass't Cashier. J. L. UlLL, The Central Record ' . N. W. ROGERS. Phone Paint Lick Exchange. $1.00 Per Year in Advance. - KENTUCKY SILO CO. V, l Kincaid, Mgr. Stanford, Ky. 1 Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUB For Rent. BUSINESS., Samual U. Cochran, Alex R. Denny. J. II. Posey, J, E. Btormei, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Director!. Paint Lick, Kentucky. Lancaster, tlentucky. The Central Record, Thursday June 8 19 lc. Begins Thursday, June 8,h This sale is an offering of bona-fid- e reductions on every article in one of the best assorted and highest grade stocks of DRY GOODS AND LADIES' GARMENTS IN KENTUCKY; only such Merchandise as is wanted by the very particular trade. In view of the present market conditions, every purchase you make will be money saved. HHMMHMMHHHHHI MM Come In The Morning! HOUSEHOLD one-thir- Terms-Sp- ot Cash. No Goods Loin Aside Or $12.50 Taffeta Silk Dresses Sent On Approve!. LINENS lf TAILORED SUITS HALF PRICE We offer you our entire line of o"er one hundred We innewess style Trilored Suits at half former prices. clude all the Wooltex suits as well as New York made SILK DRESSES, HALF PRICE. Our entire stock of Table Linens. Napkins, Towels.. Etc were bought at old prices, and where they can be d more, to one-hahad at all now, would cost But to show you that we are holding back nothing . in this sale we offer our entire Line Household Linens at a special discount, and advise our trade to buy all you can use. garments. All the materials in these suits are foreign Uyes and cannot be replaced at the first prices. , 815.00 all Wool Tailored suits now SI 8.95 all Wool Tailored Suit now 25.00 Wooltex Suits now $35.00 Wooltex Suits now $25 00 Crepe Poplin Suits now $15.00 TnfTetn and Crepe Silk Dresses now $6.25 -, ' $7.50 71 SPECIALS yard best fast Ginghams, 21-Cr- dye Apron f25.no Silk Dresses now $35 00 Silk Dresses now DRESS SILKS Every piece of Silk in our ttock will be sold at reduced prices during this sale. All colors in Taffetas, Crepe de Chenes and Georgette Crepes. Fine assortment new Stripes for dresses and waists. WHITE GOODS Hundreds of pieces of White Goods both plain and fancy for dresses, shirt waists, skirts and underwear will be offered during this sale at reduced prices. $7.50 $9.87 $12.50 $17.50 $10.00 $12.50 $17.50 $18.75 $21.50 $12.50 $17.50 OA- - Strictly all Linen Russian Only n few pieces and no more to be had nt any price nsh Sheets hemmed ready for use. worth now 80(5. f)lr UMjlcoched Full size 81 by 90 Inch We call special attention to n few very handsome AfternoDn dresses one of a style which sold nt $15., $50 and $65. These nt half-priare remarkable values. WHITE AND WASH DRESSES. While these are right in senson they too, will have to go intu this sale at reduced prices. SOr yflrii. very fi"e 'linii'v Rich vJUUnnigoifa genuine Irish Linen in remnants of 1 to 5 yds. Regular price is 90c yard. Of) vpi.Ju djl 12 yard piece of fine Marquis Long Cloth. For TWO AND THREE PIECE SILK SUITS HALF PRICE $25.00 Gros de Londres and Taffeta Suit now $35.00 Pure Dye Taffeta Suits now $37.50 Three Piece Taffeta Suits now 42.50 Three Piece Gros de Suits, now Lon-dre- SPRING COATS, HALF PRICE. S5.00 Wool Sport Coats now SG.00 White Velvet $1 SO vpl.vJU stripes. C1 xpl.t.J Tub solid colors and Pct,icoat if fancy LINEN LAWNS, DRESS LINENS our open stock of Colored and white dress linens, Linen Sheeting, Pillow Linens, Etc., will be at reduced prices. AIL $2.50 ... - Cord Coats now $6.00 Covert ' now $10.00 Coats now Coats $3.00 . IwJU 1 r. - purc "Silk Crepe de chene Shirt Waists. yd. Heavy quality Hack Towelling 2U inches wide. LADIES prices. FURNISHING During this sale you can buy Gossard Corsets, WarCorsets and Redfern Corsets at reduced ner's Rust-ProAlso all kinds of Neckwear, Kid Gloves, Fabric Gloves, reduced prices. s ' .... $3.00 95c While Choice OQ?Jw .$5.00 $1.50. -- Sntteen Petticonts. of fifty Men's and Ilmhri'llni wnrtli Huck Towels WnnipnVt Hosiery, Jewelry, Etc.ht MUSLIN UNDERWEAR During this sale we will offer our entire line of Muslin and Crepe Gowns, Corsets Covers, Combinations and Envelope Chemise at special low prices $17.50 Wooltex Cools now $25.00 Wooltex Coats now GOLD JEWELRY $8.75 Qn Full $12.50 ncr Small Waists. QOp blenched 18 by 36. During this sale we offer our entire line of Solid Gold Jewelry at a big discount from old prices. Can eos, Brcoch-esStic- k Pins. Lavalliers, Chains, Rings, Etc. It will even pay you to buy your Christmas presents now. ' SILK SHIRT WAISTS. We still have nn immense line of Georgette and Crepe de Chene Waists in stock and these will cost much more to replace, but they too, go in this sale, nt n very greatly reduced price fcr this sale only. $t!.00 lot of Wirthriior Single waists of a style left from last few weeks selling, all perfect. MUNSING UNION SUITS WASH GOODS. Fast Color Cheviot Shirtings A special discount will be made on all of the Munsing Union Suits for Women and Children yd. Choice of small lot of fineSilk Dress patterns reduced from $2.00 nnd $2.2r a yard. BED SPREADS About twenty fine Bed Spreads in white, pink and blue all fast colors, slightly soiled, ut but little over half price. 1O Fine quality plain white 1 OL. Voile 10 inches wide, was Now In great! demand for 25c. waists and dresses. this sale. at 124c Best Fast hams at Color Dress Ging-- . '18c RealChambray Madras at Genuine Punjab Percales 9c 10c 14c 10C PARTY AND DANCE DRESSES $5. We will offer choice of more than twenty excellent styles in Tuffetn, Satin and Cfepe Party dresses for $5.00. None were less price than $l'-5-0 to $18,00. Finest Georgette and Crepe Waists, now Wnists'now $4.50 Finest Georgette and Crepe $3.75 Finest Georgette nnd Crepe Waists now $3.95 $2.95 $2.50 $3.98 DIX MAKE AND PRINCESS HOUSE DRESSES. All made of Fast Color materials. made in best possible manner, $1 .25 House Perfect fitting uud FINE SILK DRESSES at 35c Imported Dress Ginghams Genuine Irish Linen Table Damask, pure linen Weft nnd 60 inches wide. JOU CQ yd. nt Best Fast Color Apron Ginghams at 19c Galatea Cloth 25c 7c 121c dresses now $1.75 House dresses now $2.50 House dresses now $3 CO at 36 Inch Sport Stripe Skirting at 50c Sport Stripe Skirting 24c ..39c Porch dresses now ... 95c $1.25 $1.75 $2.95 $3.25 Silk Dresses carried We offer choice pf twenty-fiv- e over from last yenr for $3 98. The materials are pure Silk Taffetas, Crepes, Pussy Willow. Etc., und prices were $15.00 to $30.00. It will pay you to buy these Just for the silk in fhein. pn'r" Celebrated McCal-"U- L luni pure silk hose in black nnd colors. CHILDREN'S Wo DRESSES. Detroit-Princess 69cts. Choice of about 75 HOUSE that sold at nt $4,00 Porch dresses now... .. .. ... line are sole agents here for the of Children's dresses svery one guaranteed Fast Dye; These are all sizes from 2 years to 10 year sizes nnd dur ing this sale will offer at greatly reduced prices. AH our present stock nre foreign Fast Dyes und we advise purchase now. DRESSES $1.25 69cts. A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY.