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Optical Specialist
MEANS:
Alumico Frames, 1st Quality Lenses $2.50 and $3.00.
American Optical 10 Years Gold Filled.
Large Eye. 1 st Quality Lenses $4.50 and $5.00.
"Shuron." "Fits-U" and "Hold Fast" Eye Glasses $4.50 and up.
Extra charges for "Kryptok," "Torlc" and "Compound" Lenses.
J. J. BYRNE, Optical Specialist.
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LIGHT SIX JllMi
LIGHT FOUR J12S0.
(r. o. n. I'ictorr)
CONVINCED-
Mitchell LlRht Six two, Ave or iix passengers
0 cylinders 45 horsti power 12oMn wheel
hase-3fix4 tirei S1.&S5
Mitchell Light Four two and Ave passengers
4 cylinders 35 hono wwer 116-in. wheel
bas-34x4 tire $1,250
Mitchell Light Four 0 passengers
tamo as above $1,300
nitcheIlLewis Motor Co.
Racine, Wis, U. S. A.
CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. Lexington, Ky
Distributors.
SEE US AT THE SHOW.
m IlMMX0MXxxX0A0X :j xgx1xB ffi8ms$G$m M!!!!
Ship to the Hogshead Market Now
If you are not going to hang your tobacco, prize it in hogsheads
and ship it during the month of March to one of the following
WAREHOUSES:
Ninth Street Warehouse
Louisville Warehouse
Kentucky & Peoples Warehouse
Planters-Central Warehouse
Farmers Warehouse
Home Warehouse ....
It will have the special attention of experienced warehousemen
and you will get prompt returns.
LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO., Louisville, Kintucky
The Byrne
C! CIENTIF
SERVICE.
.-A thorough examination of your eyes by n specialist of six
teen years experience.
. A proper correction by glasses of any Optical defect or eye
strain.
To have your eyes tested and glasses fitted for one reasonable
""charge.
AT THE KENGARLAN HOTEL, LANCASTER, KY.
MARCH :22nd to 30th.
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"SAFETY FIRST"
If you are open to conviction take the time to inspect the
various cars in your price zone make a careful analysis of each
car the Mitchell will compare more than favorably in your final
conclusion.
The eager Light Six or the smart Light Four show their
individuality in every line their appearances, finish, (comfort
and performance stamp their superiority.
These assertions can be proven if the car submitted to you
for your deductions supports our claims you will be convinced.
THE MITCHELL LINE FOR 1915
Mitchell Special Six 5 passengor-6 cylinders
60 horse power 132-in. wheel base
30x41 tires $1,895
Mitchell Special ix 6 passengers
same as above , $1,995
Mitchell Six DeLuxe 7 passengers 6 cylinders
144-in. wheel base CO horse power
37x5 tires $2,350
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French Remedy Aids
Stomach Sufferers
France h.n lcen failed the nation
without utomacli trouble. The hreneh
have for generation ncl a (iitiple mix
turc of vegetable oil that relieve Mom
nch .mil intestinal ailment and keep the
bowel free front foul, pnisonoiii mat
ter The stomach is left to perform It
function normally, Indigestion and
a.ntritu vatmh.
Mr Geo. II. Mayr, a lending druggist
of Chicago, cured himself with this
remedy in a short time. The demand
i mi great that he imperii tticse oils
from l'"rancc and compounds them under
tne name oi .Mayr s ttonucrlul Kern
edy. People everywhere write and tei
tify to the marvelous relief they have
received using this remedy one dose
will rid the body of poisonous accretions
that have accumulated for ears and
convince the most chronic sufferer from
stomach, liver .or intestinal troubles.
Mayr'i Wonderful Remedy S sold by
leading druggists everywhere with the
positive understanding that your money
will he refunded without question or
quibble if OSh liottle fails to give you
ausoiutc satisfaction.
NEW GAME LAW.
A new gamo law that should be pass
ed by all States would contain the fol
lowing:
"Hook agents may be shot between
Oct. 1 and Sept. hSprlnjr poets from
March 1 to June 1; automobile speed dc
mons from Jsn. 1 to Jan. 1; road hogs
from April 15 to April 16; amateur
hunters from Sept. 1 to Feb. 1: war
talkers no closed season: any man
who accepts a paper for two years and
then, when the bill Is presented says:
I never ordered it,' may be killed on
sight and shall be buried face down in
quicklime, so as to destroy the germs
and prevent the spread of the infec-tion."-Ex.
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For the Stomach and Lircr.
"I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. i"..
writes: "I have used Chamberlain s
Tablets for disorders of the stomach
and liver oil" and on for the past Ave
years, and it affords me pleasure to
state that I have found them to be just
as represented. They are mild In tcelr
action and the results have been satis
factory, I value them highly." For
sale by alt dealers.
FORWARD, MARCH!
Here Is a program for March as laid
down by one of the household maga
lines:
"To have a thorough housecleaning,
not forgetting the cellar.
"To start the fight against the fiy.
"To disinfect far moths, roaches.
etc., before the breeding time.
"To spread fertilizer on the garden
If it was not put on the ground In the
fall.
"To prepare for the planting in the
garden,"
Inasmuch as the month has come In
reasonably lamb-like there's no harm
in taking a chance on some of, the ex.
cellent suggestions that are offered.
EULOGIES ON BRADLEY.
Washington, March Z, hulogies on
the late Senator W. 0. Bradley, of
Kentucky, will not be delivered until
next December. After consulting witk
Representative John W. Langley, a
close friend of the late Senator and his
tamily, benator Ullie M. James sug
gested the postponementof the Bradley
eulogies until next session. It was ex
plained that data, which it was con
sidered to be desirable to have, had
not been received from Kentucky.
Senator Camden, who was Senator
Bradley's successor, had hoped for an
opportunity to pay a tribute to his
predecessor before he (Camden) retir
ed March 4.
GARRARD PEAVINE
Will make the season of 1915 at my
stable at Marksbury, Ky., at
$ 1 5. to Insure a Living Colt
Garrard Peavine, 6503. Is a fine in
dividual, good style and action. Sired
by Itex Peavine 1790, grand sire, Rex
McDonald 833. 1st dam Gordo Lady
6330, she by Cerro Gordo 1022, he by
Black Squirrel 58.
TRY VINE
will also at the same time and place
make thn season of 1915 at
$15. to Insure a Living Colt
Try Vine by Rex Peavine 1796. 1st
dam Guilty 9950, 2nd dam Blue Streak
48G3, by Curtis Peavine. by Peavine 85.
These are Doth combined horses and
the beat in the country, being of the
same breeding as the famous show
horses, Edna Mue, Hazel Dawn. Jack
Straw, Etc.
I will also at the same time and place
stand my big Jack,
JOHN MORGAN. JR., 3705
at $10.00 to insure a living colt. John
Morgan, Jr., was sired by John Morgan
he by Marmaduke and out of an Import
ed Jennet. He has proven to be a
great mule Jack, Is 15) hands high,
good bone and a fine individual. This
Jack was bred and raised by Thos. Hill
of Buckeye.
I hac a big type POLAND CHINA
BOAR that I will stand for $1.00 cash
or $1.50 when booked.
Lien retained on all colts for service
fee. Care taken to prevent accidents
but not responsible should any occur.
Money due when colt is foaled or Jmare
parted with or brad to other stock
without permission.
NARK GOINS.
STANFORD
Mrs. R. M. Newland Is able to be
out after several days Illness,
Miss Nancy Yesger spent several
days in Louisville last week with
friends.
Miss Minnie Straub was In Louisville
lat week buying her line of spring
millinery.
Miss Anna Davis McRoberts was the
week end guest of relatives and friends
In Lancaster.
Mrs. Will Bright was In Richmond
last Wek fsr se'.eral days visit with
relatives and friends.
Mr. Henry Ilruning and son. Karl, of
Cincinnati, have been the guests of his
daughter, Mrs. T. J. Hill. Jr.
Mrs. Woodie Hale was called to
Colesbury last week on account of the
Illness of her nelce. Miss Spink.
Miss May Phelps, of Richmond, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Richard
Hocker and other relatives here.
Mrs. E. C. Walton has returnedhome
from Catlettsburg, where she has been
visiting her father. Col. Marcum.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McKee RifTewere
In Hustonvllle Sunday the guests of hi
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. RlfTe.
Mrs. G. C. Anderson, of Mt. Sterl
ing, has returned home after a visit to
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Woods
Miss Dora Struab and Mi3s Savanah
Beck returned last week from Tampa,
Fla., where they have been'for several
months.
Miss Martha Vernon, of State
University at Lexington spent Satur
day and Sunday .here with her aunt.
Mrs. MBttle Kirky.
Mrs. J. C. Osborn, of Knoxville' who
has been the guest of her mother, Mrs.
Charlotte Warren for several weeks,
has returned home.
Col. George P. Bright, who has been
at MIddlesboro for several months re
turned last week on account of not able
to stay; naving been sick for several
days.
Mrs. J. C. Bailey and little daughter,
Ophelia Carroll, of Crab Oichard. were
the gueits of Judge James P. Bailey
and Mrs. Anna Bailey several days this
week.
Mrs. Walter G. Smith left Sunday
for Lexington, where she will spend a
few days with her friend, Miss Mary
Vance before going to Colorado for
her health.
Mrs. 0. P. Nuchols. of Pineville, was
here last week the guest of her daugh
ter, Mrs. C. Hays Foster. She went
from here ts Cave City to visit relatives
and friends.
Mrs. J. C. Lynn arrived here last
week from Frankfort and will have
charge of the millinery that her sister,
Mrs. Walter Saunders has had charge
of for several years.
Mrs. Bettie Buch, Mrs. J. C. Hays
and Mrs. Susan B. Yeager, have been
at Hot Sprlugs, Ark., for several days
have returned home very muchimprov
ed by their stay at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Pence en
tertained a number of their friends at
their home on Lancaster street last
Friday night. ' The time was spent
verp pleasantly. An elegant luncheon
was served In a charming manner.
Mrs. Jesse Traylor snd daughter,
Miss Sarah Traylor, of Paris have been
the guests of relatives and friends
here. They went from here to Arizona,
where they will remain for some time
for the benefit of Miss Traylor'a health,
J. B. Paxton bought the handsome
residence of Will Bright on Danville
avenue last week at a fancy price. It
is said that Mr. Bright will build a
handsome brick residence on his farm
about two miles from Stanford on the
Danville pike.
At a regular meet of the City Council
last Thursday night, J. R. Powell' re
signed and his resignation was accept
ed and Shelton M. Saufley was elected
ed In his place. Mr, Powell has been a
member of the City Board tor.several
years, and has proven a very efficient
member. It goes without saying that
Mr. Saufley is the right man for the
place and will do his part at all time
for the betternment of this; city.
The school trustee case of G. L. Pen
ny against P. M. McRoberts, which
caused a great deal of excitement heie
last fall and was then taken to the
Court of Appeals was reversed last
week. The election was held last May
and McRoberts was defeated bv Penny
by the majority of only two votes. J.
N. Menefee, J. B. Paxton, K. S. Al
corn, J. S. Owsley, J. N. Saunders and
T, J. Hill Jr, who were attorneys for
McRoberta filed suit contesting the
election on the ground that illegal votes
were cast for Penny. Attorney G. D.
Florence, of this city and Robert Har
ding, of Danville, Penny's attorneys
claimed that the illegal votes were cast
for McRoberts. The case was tried
here before Judge Charles Hardin, who
decided that McRoberts had been elect
ed Instead of Penny, claiming that the
illegal votes had been cast for Penny,
Instead of for McRoberts. It was de
cided by Penny's attorneys to take the
cose to the Court of Appeals at Frank
fort, where the state's highest court
decided that Judge Charles Hardin was
wrong in his decisions. Petitions for
rehearing will be tiled in la few days.
;What Is the Best Romody For
' Constipation?
This Is a question asked us many timet
each day. The answer is
We guarantee them to be satisfactory
to you. Bold only by us, 10 cent
Ft. E. McRoberts
Bits of Byplay
By Luke McLuke
Copyright, 1016, the Cincinnati
Enquirer
Huhl
"Why Is till Institution railed the
Rockefeller foundation?" usktM the old
fogy.
"Because It I. built on John D.'s
rockjs," replied the grouch.
Buying and Selling.
Tou buy esperlenca at par.
And then It makes you holler
To find that you can't make a !
At on cent on the dollar.
Wuffl
"Hello P anld the voice over the
phone. "Is this the type fonndryT
"Yes," was the reply, "this Is the
typo foundry."
"Well," aald the voire, "this Is Uobbs
& Dobbs, the publHhens. Will you
send us over about 200.0HO capital l's
right away?"
"What In Bam Hill do yon want with
200.000 capital rr
"We aro setting up Roosevelt's auto
biography," replied the voice.
Sad!
"Oh. woel" said a lady named Carter.
"Old Fata has picked ma for a martyr.
As I stepped on this car
1 felt a strange Jar,
And 1 know I have busted my hoetrlna"
Paw Knows Everything.
Willie Paw. what Is Utopia?
Taw Utopia Is a place where
tho
women are all dumb, my son.
Maw Willie, you go out and sbovel
oC the sldownllc.
Willing to Stand Pat.
We have tha wireless telegraph.
The horseless ear Is here.
And yet we've no desire to quaff
A glass of foamiest bear.
Correct.
Qabe What does carrying coals
to
Newcastle mean?
Steve Ulrlng a smoker In Pittsburgh.
Beteh.l
This world would be a fin old spot.
It aurely would Improve a lot.
If wa war all aa good aa wa
Advise our fellow men to be.
Names Is Names.
Razor Hurt runs a sawmill at Hal
ley, Ida.
Things to Worry About.
A newly born giraffe Is six feet tall.
Try This on Your Demijohn.
Dear Luke:
Little Brown Jug of tba days of yore.
We've grown to lova you mora and more.
Your rotund body, glased and bright.
Banishes thoughts of gloomy night.
Bo little Drown Jug. while your lips
press.
Tour answer 1 can only guess.
This stolen kiss do not. rebuke.
But whisper sweetly, softly
"Luke UcLuks,
"Luke McLuke,
"Luke McLuke."
Ezra Prtff, Huntington, Dry Vs.
Daily Health Hint.
Never sing "God Save the King" at
German picnic.
Our Daily 8peial.
When you are talking you are not
learning anything.
Luke McLuke 8sys:
A can can't sea why the bedbug was
ever created. But that ts just what
flea thinks about a hairless dog.
Some men divide tbelr time between
being mean to their wives and being;
nice to other women.
Daughter selects sheer nainsook with
DaDy HDDon coscttcs and band em
broidered medallions when sbe buys a
new combination. But mother wants
something substantial that will make
good scrub rags after it Is worn out
A woman can take one look at an
other woman nnd tell wbether sbe 'Is a
real blond or a peroxide affair. Hut
a man has to marry ber before be can
tell the difference.
Tho reason a princess knows that
she Is going to make a grand house
keeper when sbe gets married is be
cause sho can Iron a handkerchief by
pasting It on the mirror of ber bed
room dresser.
The sort of man wbo would feel con
taminated If bis clothes touched yours
hero on earth is the same lad wbo is
always hoping that be will meet you
In heaven.
You can't tell anything about n wo
man. She will spend two hours roast
ing ber husband nnd telling him what
a no account, two cent pup he Is until
be gets mad and slams tbe door und
goes out Then sbe will sit dowu and
write a long letter to her mother and
tell her what a grand man ber hus
band Is, and bow thoughtful and gen
erous be ts, and how happy they are.
When ono of tbe children Is seriously
111 father will tell mother to go to
bed and be will stay up. Then father
will sit around and read 'for a few
hours and then sneak off to bed. And
as soon as mother heart father snor
ing sbe will get up and watch the child
11 night and then prepare breakfast
at though nothing had happened. And
father will go downtown and go around
hunting for sympathy by stating that
be dldp't get a wink of sleep all nlgbt
because he bad to stay op and nurse
sick child.
Any real boy can wear out three
pairs of shoes while be Is wearing oat
one box of shoe polish. 1
There are a whole lot of us low
browed fat beads wbo Imagine we art
lost at good as the man wbo tayt
"eytber" and "nytber."
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lor Infants and Childra,
Till KM Yen Havi Always
Dr. J. S. GILBERT.
OFFICE
CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING.
OfTlce Phone C9 Residence Phone 41
LANCASTER, KY.
J?. IV. Jtforrotv, Graduate Optician
Olstiei Fitted. Situfsctlon Guaranteed
Honakers
Fine Cut Flowers.
John M. McRoberts.
H. Clay Kauffman,
Attorney-At-Law
Offices on Danville Street
over Post Office
Office Phone
H. J. PATRICK,
Dentist.
Paint Lick, Kentucky.
DrW. E. McWilliams
Physician and Surgeon.
Phone 387-R. BUCKEYE. KY.
Prompt Service day and night.
J. A. Beazlev
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Office Over National Rank.
Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27
LANCASTER. KY.
Phone
Office Hours j
8 to 12 a. m.
Ito4-7to9p.mj
229.
M. K. Benny anil W. A. Wheeler
Doctors Of Dental Sargery.
Office: Stonnes Bnlldlogarai Hurt A Ander
on'i rnrnltnre store.
LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY
Dr. Wm. D. Pryor,
Veterinary Surgeon
and Dentist.
Office at Ralney's Livery, Sublet
Lancaster. -- Kentucky
rBuyGold Mcdah
field
SEEDS
The Sure
Growing Kind
Bur th.m from tout Iocs tan! dnlar.
U be can't supplr you. writs ni direct.
LOUISVILLE SIID CO.
Ind and Main Louis rfiVs, Ky.
FIELD SEEDS.
I have a full line of high
grade Field Seeds which I
am offering at very attrac
tive prices If interested,
ask for samples and prices.
W. Bush Nelson,
Lexington. Kentucky.
STRAWBERRY
PLANTS
Fruitand Shade Trees
Our first offering of the remarkable
Mammouth Pearl Potato
Everything for Orchard. Lawn and
Garden.
Write for free Catalogue. No Agta.
H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons.
Lexington, Kentucky.
1841.
1915
CASTORIA
For Infants cad Cbildrea
In Us Fr 0vM30YMrs
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