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The Central Record, Thursday May 25 1916.
AND PRICE. We absolutely defy any and all competition on quality and price. We always consider that our reputation Is at stake when we offer our merchandise for sale, and we are therefore very careful to furnish good quality at the lowest possible price. In eight years we have built up a Clothing and Shoe Business which is second to none in Garrard County, and we have the utmost confidence in our ability to judge merchandise after Eighteen years of constant experience In the business. Give us a look. BMild &m 100, $iOD, Hi $20.00 JAS. W. SMITH, House of Quality Lancaster, Ky. BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY CHOLERA, WORMS. COUGH, THUMPS. t. .i... .1 ..... ... .imi r.vulilra the tiowrll. lidl duration anil nam hoi. to Intra qmcllr. Vt it In thj Irrd and drink and jour hoi. will nrr bin cholrta. (oita cnlr Jc. a month lor racn hoc. Ifca't wan until thrr r.rt iii k. Ilrim r;i"I or knja ihia nwHii bow ud Vrp ttrm Itrr Irom orma and !.. M All DmctUla. BUUIDO.t gCMEUY CUMTANY, Ltalnjlun, B. Sold in Lancaster, Kj., by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. lira. Ron A. Xlu. Jl Clinton Ilarr, k'iniii Ctt, Mo.t "I ba.1 a cull In Iti Uad. 1 ua. lVruit. Waa nrll raM lib tha rr.ulti. 1 do Sot nr.l any ouxx uavuaaa." "PE-RU-NA" (RtlUtmd Trada Mark U. II. T.t.al Qwl Mr. wmiam K. Ivnur, lea ram Mt., Brrmftifki. oblo: "Wii UoulM with tarrti ul tb trad, Doar. thruat arjd atouacb. X am rrrallr mined. t7 j-ciuaa." Coughs, Colds. Stomach Troubles nnd Catarrb Kellovcd. No Remedy can Compete with Poruna The lloady-to-ako The Man Behind the Brush Prefers Mound City Horse Shoe Paint VEm A good painter can usually tell good paint, and that is why almost every painter who has ever tried Horse Shoe Brand Paint never goes back to any other kind. Covers more surface. Prolongs the life of a building. Produces n more nttrnctive finish. Costs least in the end. Have your painter use Horse Shoe Paint on your house. It will bo the best job you ever had. SEE US AND WE WILL TELL YOU WHY. I'A.MILY PAINT to supply small needs in 'tunrtcr. half nnd one pints. Its "Just n Little" Ueauti f it 1 Econiiuicnl Paint suita ble for chairs benches, flower tubs, screens nnd tables. l'orch and Step Taint, matlo for cleanliness and less work. Put a "Utile Sunshine Varnish Stain In your home." Try it on Floors and Furniture AKTS AND CRAFT. 'A Mission Wood Finish. Pro duces a soft rich effect. May he waxed or varnished. UARN AND ROOF PAINT, in lied and Green. The real accret of a good looking barn is in the use of a good Ham Paint. CREOLITE-the perfect inside floor finish. It dries while yon sleep. Graphite Roof Paint. Wat er proof. Fire proof. One gallon covers TOO square feet. BATH U00M ENAMEL. A beautiful porcelain finish for bath tub. bath room walls and refrigerators. VELV ATONE FLAT. Finish for Interior decora tion of walls. Dries perfectly flat with a velvet like finish. 10 tints, washable, sanitary. Stormes Drug Store. aaaaoaoacaaoaaaaoooaaotaaaaaaoeaaaoa) The Womans Club! LIKcillnl lljTlia Womaua Clubl ii o Vooo.aonti That the Maysville Woman's Club Is to he congratulated for the splendid entertaining of their sister workers of the state govs without saying. They mane the event memorial for Mays-villa- and gave their citv added pres tige throughout the state, which they may well feel with pride. . The Chamber of Commerce took nn 'active part in this work, making a 1 greet many things possible for the ' Club, One big event was the auto mobile ride given the ladies by the .inaville Chamber of Commerce. Over two hundred persons participated in the ride, over fifty automobiles con veying them over the county. 1 The address of the president. Mrr. Morris W. Ilartlett, was one of the main features of the Federation of Wo. men's Club. Mrs. Ilartlett said that during the year twenty-live new clubs had come into the Federation and none had withdrawn. She reported that dur ing the year over 1,900 letters and cards had been itent out by her indc pendent of the corresponding secre tarj" and she traveled between 3,000 and 4000 miles causing a great out lay of time and expense, but that she felt fully compensated because of the good work that had been accomplish ed. She reccommened the illiteracy work and made a strong plea for help along that line. Probably the most interesting, fea ture on the program was little 13-year-old Ona Simpson, deaf, dumb and blind, who with her teacher, Miss Sophia Alcorn, showed what a person could do even though badly handicap ped. It is probable that the child is even more remarkable than the noted Helen Keller as she can read the voice with her hands Irom the mouth, throat or back of the neck, simply by placing her hands on one the places and feeling the vibration. The child has been attending school at Danville and as her mother is very poor con tributions were asked for to support her during the summer while there is no school- In u very few minutes almost one hundred dollars whs raised. Following are the ones who will head the Federation during the coming year: President-Mrs. Morris W. Ilartlett, Lawrenceburg. Federation Secretary Mrs. Richard II. Lacy, Lawrenceburg. First Vico President-Mrs. W. T. Lalfcrty, Lexington. Second Vice President Mrs. George W. Grunt, Louisville. Thiol Vico President-Mrs. Lafon Hiker, Harrodsburg. Fourth Vico President Miss Ada May Cromwell. Frankfort. Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Hur dle It. ltipy, Lawrencr burg. Recording Secretary Mrs. George Longnecker, Maysville. Treasurer Mrs. II. G. Reynolds, Pa ducah. Auditor Mrs. James Simms, How ling Green. Members of State Library Commission-Mrs. T. J. Smith, Frankfort; Miss Fannie C. Rowson, Secretary, Frankfort. Otlicia) Organ -The Kentucky Wo man's Journal, Mrs. J. II. Dickey, edi tor. Executive Coinmittee-OIIlcera of the State Federation. Mrs. Ilartlett was the recipient of an erqulsite corsage bouquet from the clubs and made a graceful acknowledge ment. ONWARD. OLD KENTUCKY. (Presented as Iiirthday Gift to the Kentucky Federation of Women's Club by Ada May Cromwell.) Forward, all triumphant; Marching, Clubs in line, Woman, home and country This our great ensign. Onward la the watchword Leading on Uie way, Here comes Old Kentucky, On to Woman's Day. Chorus. Onward, Old Kentucky, Colors, white and green; Where there's work for woman Let that flag be seen. Strong for right tt!l3 service. Moves this mighty band; Sisters, we are marching Towards our promised land, Knowledge, art and beauty, On its rivers flow, Join with Old Kentucky, And all forward go. Jeers and taunts have vanished Drifted all away; Every voice in union Now sings "Woman's Day", Like n field of Illue Grass Waving in the sun, Federated clubdom Waves her flags us one. MARES WOMEN LOOK YEARS "YOUNGER. Attractive hair that is so fascinating that it compels admiration Is sure to make any woman look youthful. Downtown druggists who are are in touch with all preparations of merit freely express the opinion that Parisian Sage will double the beauty and at tractiveness of any woman's hair in a few days. It's a real tonic that destroys perni cous dandruff germs, stops the hair from falling and causes it to grow thicker and more luxuriant. It refreshes and invigorates the scalp ,and is the mojt delightful hair dressing in the world. To meet the large de mand R. E. McKoberts keeps a supply on hand at all times and guarantees it. 5-18-2t. SCHOOL NOTES. Honor Rolls For The Lancaster Graded School. Second grade. Adelia Walker, Hom er Carrier. Julian Elliott, Mildred Iieaz ley, Nellie PotT, Cecil Sarfders, Clayton Walker. Fourth grade. Ida Mal Sanders, Lillian Boyle, Nancy Manuel, Susie Middleton, Lizzie Youn;;, Robt Caneer. Eugenia Dunlap, Elizabeth Hagan, Al lene Thomas, Ardella Turner, Lena Young, Wilmer Meadows, Marrs Swine broad, Rebecca Siler. Fifth Grade. Jane Haselden, Paul Morrow, Anna Lee PofT. Sixth grade. Mossie Criscilhs, Jud ith Daniels. Seventh grade. Eugene Cochran, Evelyn Daniels, William Embry, Grade Fothergill. Martha Ward Sweeney. Eighth cradc. Mary Drown. Elisha Carrier, Lilian Estes, Hubert Fother gill, Thelma Hamilton, Vivian Prayther, Christine Pollitt, Mitchell Tinder. Ninth grade. Mary Davis, Clayton Morrow, Nelle Rigsby, George Swine- broad. Tenth grade. Mildred Deazley, Gladys Frisbie, James Siler. Twelfth grade. John Holtzclaw. Marietta King, Ella May Rigsby. Honorable Mention. 9th grade. Rernice Champ, Hudson Frisbie, Ilowman Grant, Carrie Delle Romans, Gordon Doty. 10th grade. Ruth Carrier, Irene Al- dridge. 11th grade. Susie Conn, Sallie Cox, Annie Powell. Wash Away Skin Sores To the many sufferers of sMn distant D. 1. I)., the liquid aah, hat become, a lionarhoM urL Tber know It Is rrllabla and tlu'jr raa tlcpcud on It, they do not lirallatr- t recommend It to tliiMr neigh bor. It lias iroiid ltaeK a remarkable remedy for all toruia of Kncma. It la a cermlcldo that Is barmleaa to tha moat delicate akin, but still It Is e lev tire and quick In action. If joa art) a sufferer Irom akin dlaeaaea. Including ulcers, iilro lea, aralea. cruit or Interna In any form, tula remrdr will not dlaappolnt you. It has atood the teat and today la the muter preparation for all akin dlaeaaea. Cook In today and ak about our .guar antee nn 1. 1. I, Mm about U. ft D. tioau, that keeps the akln,bealthy, Dfv Tf For IS Yean , JLf mJ " Standard mmmmmmmm Skla Rested R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster, Ky, DYER, TENN., MAN SUFFERED 40 YEARS J. T. Cattleman Finds Hope Fulfilled After Passing Threescore Years. J. T. Castleman of Dyer, Tenn., suffered from stomach derangements for forty ears, taking all sorts of medicine, following all Kinds of med leal advice. In all tho forty years, ho said, he never had a real good day until he tried Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy. Then he discovered something. Let his let ter tell about It: "The first dose of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy caused call stones to pass from me. I am feeling much better than l nave ever before. I am C4 years old and I had never before en joyed one whole good day. "I would not glvo tho one bottle you sent mo for all tho drugs and doc tors' medicine that is made." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per manent results for stomach, liver and intestinal aliments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas In tho stomach and around the heart, Getono bottle of your druggist now and try it on an absoluto guarantee If not satis factory money will be returned. For sale by R. E. McRoberts and all other reliable druggists. HAMMACK Mr and Mrs. R. M. McQuerry visited Mr. Jim Clous. Sunday. Mr. L. W, McQuerry had a valuable cow to die last week. Mr. Jo Hammonds had a nice young colt to get badly crippled. Mr. Chester Hammonds, of Hyatts- ville was visiting friends here Sunday, Mr. W. D. Faulkner and Mr. John Faulkner are visiting relative at Jellico Tenn. Miss Eddie Faulkner Is visiting friends and relatives in Crab Orchard this week. Mr. nnd Mrs R. F. Parsons and Mr. and Mrs. Arch Miller visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rail Sunday. Mrs. Rob Bolan, of Cartersville and Mrs Louisa Combs, ot Oneida, Ky., visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coldiron last week. Mr. Cief Morgan lost nis wood shed and hen hou6e by fire late Sunday evening and had hard work to save his house from the flames. Miss Georgie Dillion, Miss Zilla Dil lion, Miss Fay Tudor, Messrs Conn Tu dor, LIssie Parson, were the guest of Miss Lell Coldiron Sunday. Mrs John Iieazley was laid to rest in the Manse cemetery last Monday. She leaves a husband and nine children to mourn her loss. Tho sympathy of tho entire community is extended to them. CARTERSVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. Criss Sowder were the guests Emercd Clark last Sunday. Mrs. J, D. Davis was the guest of hot aunt, Mrs. S. M. Davis, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Metcalf were the guests of her parents last Saturday night. Little Earnest, son of Bvnum Davis, has been very sick but is better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Uynum Pitts, of Derea, visited D. L. Galbard and family last Sunday. Miss Susie Davis and sister, Estella, were the guests of Miss Ellen Hill last Friday night. Mrs. Jell Davis and daughter, Susie, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Davis last Monday. There is going to be a childrens day at Level Green the third Sunday in June. Everybody is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pennington were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Roop last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Uluffard Jennings and children were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Allen last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Conn and his mother, Mrs. Eliza Conn and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ilryant visited Mt. and Mrs. E. D. Wbitted, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Freen, Mr. and To Lecture on Opening Day of the Chautauqua " ' ' ?S W JilMB$?jaaaBBBSSBHaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW t. W. 4' iMHitSSiSlBBnaBBBBHaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW ? JHifKlSaKaaBBBBlaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBf ! aaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV fl simmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmBsimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmml i V'aVl' "aTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaaBBBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm "'" LaBBSlBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBMaaWa DR. G. H. BRADFORD. J)rt. GEORGE II. BRADFORD, who Is to lecture on the opening day of the Chautauqua program, has long been widely known as chancellor of the Methodist University of Oklahoma, a member of the national educational board of the Methodist Episcopal Church, a preacher and lecturer. In personal appearance Mr. Ilrndford so strongly resembles William Jennings llrynn that he Is often mistaken for blm. His lectures are full ot thought and Inspiration. It would be useless to attempt to approximate the number of men and women who have done greater and better things after coming under bis Influence. lie has much to say on life's problems. In tho several years which he has been on the Ly ceum and Chautauqua platform he has met with tho heartiest reception. Lancaster, Ky., June 2nd to 7th." Mrs. John Metcalf, Mrs. Pearl Davis and children' Mr. John Davis and Miss Susie Dayis were the pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis last Sun day. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE Alter Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Husband Came to Rescue. Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter Irom this place, Mrs. Bdlle iiullock writes as follows : "I suffered lor four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up (or a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, 1 would have severe pains In my left side. The doctor was called In, and his treat ment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed acain. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. 1 had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle oi Cardul, the woman's tonic, and 1 com menced taking it. From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing my work." If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up In despair. Try Cardul. the woman's tonic. It has helped more uian a minion women, in us su years ot wonderful success, and should surelv helo vou. too. Vour diugglst has sold Cardul for years. He knows what It will do. Ask him. He will recom mend it. Begin taking Cardul today. UMla tat OiiHaaoxa MJlclna Co.. Aivlurv btDt.. Chattanuoca. Ttan.. (or lufruWiutij on vour uu and M.da boo,. tnaiaul titf Wuua," Mot U aula iiirpar. LAa-lt li'Hooa PREACKERSVILLE Little Miss Eliza Anderson Cummins visited Miss Ruby Cress. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress visited friends in Stanford Sunday. Mr. J. R. Hutrhina nl !-., W... .... .. I,.,,, McC. Hutchins went to Ephesus Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Cummin, vi.itc.i her aunt Mrs. W. T. R. White at Ot- teniieim. Cress and Jones bouuht of firi und llell a drove of &1-200 lb hoes at Si cents. Miss Annie Lunsford of Shelby City, vuited her brother, "Rig Henry" Lunsford. Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Lunafnnl n.i Miss Annia Lunsford vi3ited at Stan. ford, recently. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Newliml n.l Miss Nell Newland. of Stanford, visited relatives hern. Mr. Wootlami Hinunt.. . vvtutuuvo Improve and SOOn hones to rhakA a mm. plete recovery. Misses Dolly and Irene RallanI vera visiting Misses Essie and Lillie Uallam In the Canaan section. Messrs J. F. Pettus. of SnrWn.l.l and Will Pettus, with their families were recent visitors of their mi,th.r Mrs. Rebecca Pettus. Mrs. America Sowders. who formrlv lived here but now of Reech Grove nelgliDorhood, Is very ill. Mrs. Grover Rigsby is at the homeof her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hal. lard at Crab Orchard. She is quite ill. A crowd of young folks went flshlnir Saturday but had only fair luck. Mr. Owen Duvall caught a eood ona welsh. ing Hi pounds. i