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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 12, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913091201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 12, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $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 RECO PURE REL1GIOA, UNVARNISHED' DEMOCRACY AND GOOD OOVERNMEN2. TWKNTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., RRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1913. Everybody going to the circus. The turkey crop at least is uninjured by the drought and the crop is unus ually good. The stock of fall vegetables is sadly curtailed by the drought, beans usual ly so plentiful thin time of year, are almost a luxury. The tobacco crop is not near so badly injured by the dry weather as might be expected. A 75 per cent crop is probable in the county. ' NUMBER 23. mx&&&&g&3 The Rains are Coming Let Us Repair Your I The Contest 20,000 Extra Votes Free. Big Bonus Vote Offer Now On. Dop.'t fail to take full advantage of this big vote inducement for no FKIEND.IN NEED INDIiKD. Closes Oct. 4 Another Next week will wind up the fair circuit, the State Fair at Louisville and then our fair going people may resume the even tenor of their ways. The small boy of Lancaster surely knows how to tender a rousing reception to "newly weds". We have been their victim and know whereof we 1 speak. From the immense amount of cut flowers shipped into Lancaster for every function demanding them one would naturally infer that a green house would do well in Lancaster. nuOr and greater offer will be made at any We carry a full line of Pumps, Pipes and Fittings We make a specialty of fitting up and installing pumps It will pay you to get our prices on Galvernized Roofing. were quietly mairied in Lexington Wednesday and have taken rooms at Mr. Cox is Mrs. U. D. Simpson's. . remembered here fs the man who has been furnishing us with pure cistern water and much of the good health of is due to his efforts i the community along this line. The Record and his many friends extend congratulations. Call Meeting. Record, future time during the contest. Lancaster, Ky. 20,000 extra votes, in addition to Enclosed fi id $ for the usual number, will be given on I" years subscription to the Central every dollars worth of new subRecord. I wish to help my favorite in the prize contest before scriptions turned in between 2 p. i Wednesday September 21th the m. Wednesday, September 10th II R. Cox Married. time the big 20,000 extra vote offer closes, and Wednesday September 24th at Mr. H. R. Cox of Louisville, and Subscripticn Miss Rebecca Morris, of Flemingsburg, z p. m. i This is a Old or New 1A A FRIEND HEADQUARTERS FOR Wheat Drills Superior Hoosier and Peoria THIS IS YOUR LAST (Signed give the votes with my compliments to M candidate in the big contest. S CHANGE. The big 20,000 vote offer will not be repeated and will positively Plain and Fertilizer. We buy in car lots and save you money by close September 24th. This is your chance to gain a lead and cinch a prize in the big race. I buying from us. EJ 1 La A meeting of the Farmers Union VOTE SCHEDULE. Supply Co. is called to meet at the The following is the schedule of Lost. House at Lancaster, Sept. 13th Court votes on both OLD and NEW sub1913, at 10 A. M. Saturday. An oxodized silver watch, open face, Business of importance demands your scriptions to the Central Record be- with M. M. 1. fob attached. Reward tween the dates of Wednesday, Sept. John L. Dozier, Pres. presence. W. B. Mason. to finder. 10th at 2 p m. and Wednesday, SepAUTOMOBILE SERVICE. tember 24th. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Davidson, of Tulsa, o'a. anivid Wtdiietdiiy and NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS. From Lancaster to Any are with relatives in the city. This is Point, at Any Time, Day or 10 years 281,000 Mr. Davidson's initial visit since his 228.C00 marriage a few weeks ago end he is Night. Rates Reasonable. 8 years 145,000 receiving congratulations 5jears from his to Travel 3 years , Special Attention 80,000 many friends, who wish them much 61,000 happiness as they embark upon the sea ing Men. Phone No. 41. 2 years 27,800 of matrimony. lyear Carlton Elkin, Ft d S 63 Ulytldi BURNS Lancaster, Ky. Fine Lumber For Sale. We have 200,000 feet of Georgia pine yet unsold can saw any length to suit purchaser. For house or barn. Hughes Bros., OLD SUBSCRIPTION'S. i P 10year3 8 years 5 years 3 years 2 years 1 ... 80,000 60,000 36,000 20,400 15.G00 Master Charles Bastin Better. rnm R &&&SSggS&&Sg! g Live and Let Live Folks year 4.800 The price of the Lancaster Record is 1.00 per year. Central Charles, the bright little six year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henley V. Bastin has been seriously ill of Membraneous , croup at the home of his Mr. and Mrs Alex West, but we are glad to know he is better and hope is entertained for his recovery, which we hope will be rapid and sure. grand-parents- Great j MINS RE LS AT Lancaster, Ky. Today we announce the great 20,-0extia vote offer. With the exception of the biggest hnd best vote offer which closed a couple of weeks ago, this is the most liLeral vote offer We guarantee of the entire contest that no greater offtr will be made at any time during the contest and that this is your last chance to take advantage of this big offer. Burke. Mr. Logan Burke died at his home in Brjantsville on Tuesday night at.d his death marks the passing of an upiigWt, that our Cash Customers shall have a chance to share We have determined in our profits. The following is a list of Valuable Articles to be given away;, absolutely FREE to our CASH CUSTOMERS. Lady's Diamond Ring value $135.00 Mahogany Bed Room Set Trade Coupon, value Trade Coupon, value Kitchen Cabinet, value Trade Coupon, value 125.00 75.00 50.00 25.00 22.50 Trade Coupon, value Trade Coupon, value Trade Coupon, value Gold Coin, value 20.00 15.00 12.50 10.00 7.50 5.00 $502.50 Trade Coupon, value Gold Coin, value Total.... Call at our store and we will give you. full particulars. LBHHHMHnl .- H. T. LOGAN christian gentleman tnd one of the most highly respected and best citizens of the community in which he dwelt. His death was due to paralysis and followed an illnessof many months duration, during which time all that Here Is The Offer. medical skill and the tender care of a 20,000 extra votes, in addition to the every loving and devoted wife and relatives usual number, will be given on a host of friends was done for dollar's worth of new subscriptions and Dent, between him. Mr. Burde was 49 years of age turned into the Contest came 10 mis county lroni ooyiu a the dates of Wednesday, Sentember irn.,.n,in.. Cnn iiumuer ui years uu. aim uy uu ejt- 10th at 2 p m and emplary life took rank among the 24th at 2 p. in. Double votes will be subscriptions between formost citizens of the county. He given on old was a devout member of the Christian the above mentioned dates. Subscrip- tmna canfr Kir mail will lm pnlltltpfl (in Church holding membership at Plea3' ant Grove and after funeral services by : . this offer if the envelope is postmarKed i his pastor, his remains were laid to not later than 2 p. m. September 24th. rest in the Danville Cemetery on While this is not quite as large an in- Thursday. ducement as the biggest and best offer Mr. Burke, besides his faithful wife, nevertheless your votes on subscriptions is survived by his aged mother, Mrs. will count up very rapidly and every Ellen Burke, who resides at Junction candidate should get a full share of City Ky., by three children, Miss Pat-ti- e these extra votes. Bell Burke and Thomas and James MAKE AN ACTIVE CAMPAIGN. Burke, all of Bryantsville, and by nine Be enthusiastic about your race. brothers and sisters. The sincere sympathy of a host of Go after the prizes with a determination to win. If you cannot see a friends who knew and loved him for prospective subscriber, go after them his many noble qualities go out to the by telephone and letter. Let your afflicted family, and in which the Refriends know that you are in the race cord joins. for one purpose only and that is TO Has Many Relatives In Garrard. WIN. LAST CHANCE. "Rich" in his intetesting letter from We wish to impress upon the con- Washington to the Danville Advocate article about testants and their friends that this is has the following positively the LAST CHANCE TO SE- - a youngster who is widely related CURE VOTES UNDER THE BIG 20,- - in this county: 030 VOTE OFFER OF THE CONTEST .1 "William Bernard Pierce, of Lancas-Afte- r Wednesday September 24th the , ter, Ky., has the distinction of being vote schedule will take a most decided the youngest as well as the smallest page on the floor of the House of Rep- drop. He is the eleven-year-o- f Those who fail to take advantage of resentatives. are jeopardizing their chances of old son of O. C. Pierce, who for a it winning. Be up and doing every min- - number of years has been in the Adju-ut- e of the time this week. Don't just tant General's Office of the War De- think about calling on your friendf. partment. Young Pierce has Con- Go and see them at once or if vou can gressional ambitions, and last winter not reach them in person, telephone or he attracted the attention cf Reprc write them. Explain to tnem mat sentative Harvey Helm, of the Eighth now right this week is the time you Kentucky District, who decided to need subscriptions most of all. As lend him every assistance possible, and matters now stand a good many of therefore designated him a page in the Pierce, "I your friends do not know whether it is House. "Yes," your desire to make an active race for want to come to Congress some day. glory and prizes, and unless you tell Mr. Helm has given me a start, and I them their support will be given to believe that I shall succeed. As soon as I am old enough, I am going to some other candidate. The prizes should act as a powerful study law in Kentucky, and then make incentive and when you stop to con- my plans for entrance into political sider the personnel in the big race, the life. Some day I hope to be able to honor of winning should act as a still make a speech on this floor." This young man is a grandson pf Mr. greater incentive. Curtis Pierce of Buckeye, a nephew of CASH YOUR PROMIRES. James R. Pierce, of Lancaster, and Have you made up that list of has many other relatives in the county. friends, neighbors, relatives and ac His father, Mr. Obe Pierce was a quaintances whom you have not yet schoolmate of the assistant editor of (continued on page 6) the Record. . ( said-youn- g A HOUSE Fridaj, Sept 19th, s, '13 This is the first high class show of this character that has shown in Lancaster since the old Opera House burned in 1902. Everybody who enjoys a first-clasminstrel should see this great show. Why Make Two Orders j t ! Where One Will Do? Give us your ' j Meat and Grocery order and save time and trouble, besides ting the best in everything. get- Davidson & Doty. GROCERIES. I xMEATS. Phone 181. A e1 r , . rm$ 2 The Central Record, Friday, Sept iii, 1013. siaasss3tg3ieg36E3Esa:58e3J;3Et2sa s3SES3sg;3sas23Sigssi& s3sia;ES3:-sas5s:-s3S'aassassffigsa5:sffia5is:ss:SiS;s- a gissa FINE BLUE ranmoaEa ry SI dA is i hi acres of land located on best pike in county, two miles from town with all modern improvements, including new residence part completed, large stock and tobacco barn, never failing water, well fenced and all in grass except about 15 acres. We offer for sale 57 1- -2 This is the most desirable small farm near this city and will make an ideal home as only few minutes ride to New School, limits will do well to investigate this farm and get our price before buying as this is a bargain-Call- , write or phone us at once for this farm is going to sell. Any one desiring to locate just out side the town HURT Wi ' and A LANCASTER, KY. Accepts Position. long-winde- 1ST Rson I i ' ' S success of the institution, and which if withheld will deterioate considerably froii its success; a school to become a incorporated. year. success in the fullest sense of the word) a Issued Weekly. must have the hearty cooperation of the patrons. We have a good building, J . ROBINSON. Editor. an able and well meaning board of trustees, a good principal and a good R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. corps of teachers, now let the patrons Entered at the To- Office lu Lancaster, Ky., get right behind all of this and add Mull Matter. a Secoud-Ulastheir quota to the success of an insti-- 1 Member Kentucky Press Association tution of which we may all feel proud. Remember that a teachers path, even and under the most favorable circumstan- Eighth District Publishers League. ces, is not an easy one, their lot is a trying one, they have much with which Lancaster, Ky., September 12, 1913. J to contend, do not theiefore add to tneir uu rutin uy wiuaiuiuiu juui muiai Rates For Political Announcements support. Visit the school, not once encourage your child to preFor Precinct and Citv Offices ...5 5.00 but often, 10.00 pare its lessons at home, keep them at Offices r County they do this, and if Fcr State and District Offices.... 15.00 home and see that corrected, be sure 10 they chance to be Calls, per line t'or 10 they deserved it, teachers do not corFor Cards, per line rect pupils unnecessarily and without all publications in the interFor cause, and no child is the worse for est of indifiduals or expresbeing corrected. By observing these sion of individual views, per 10 few suggestions you may not only line 05 make the lives of the teachers a little Obituaries, per line more endurable, but you will also add materially to the success of the school. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Try it. The Central Record $1-00 -t a For State Senator. CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. Of Casey County. Fcr Representative. J. R. MOUNT. For County Judge. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. For Sheriff. C. A. ROBINSON. for County Court Clerk. J. W. HAMILTON For County Attorney. GREEN CLAY WALKER. For Jailer. ' DAVE ROSS. For Assessor. DAVE C. SANDERS. For School Superintendant. MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. For Magistrate. 1st District. JOHN N. WHITE. 2nd District. LOGAN ISON. 3rd District, JOHN S. HAM. We are authorized to announce the following candidates for city offices. For Police Judge. E. W. HARRIS. J. P. PRATHER. The cause of education within the past decade has become a matter of great pride in Lancaster and Garrard county, and during that time there has been vast improvement, however, nothing was ever so good that it could not be improved upon. Our school started out on last Monday under the most auspicious circumstances of its A new modern equipped history. building, from which nothing in the way of comfort is lacking, was ready for the school; a new principal who comes to us with the highest recommendations as an educater and a genpresides; the faculty is tleman, strengthened and in fact there is absolutely nothing lacking which goes to the making of a splendid school. And jet with all this there is yet something which will add materially to the Bad Telephone Manners. James I. Hamilton Buys Perkins Farm. The Crow Sale. Read the ad in first pie of Coburrn j Saturday In a very interesting article on "Teleleft J. I. Hamilton bought the Nixon The sale of the personalty of the One at iMlnitnla coming to LancasUr H.,n. ?.. u.. for Danville wheie he will accept a phone Courtesy, "in the Woman's Home j Perkins farm of 340 acres, which was late George G. Grow, held . at the fam- position with the firm of Cook & Cable. Companion, the author say in part: sold on last Thnrsday, ray"g 143.00 ily home at Hackley last Saturday at- The pupils of Mason willjtne Ben has many fiiends who wish him man or woman would per acre therefor. There is not a "No well-bre- d tracted a good crowd. Owing to the ice cream from J. 30 to : j,. ,. drop into a man's parlor before he handsomer, better improved or more much success. dry weather and the un- - urday September 13 lsl:i admHaiMtlic. starts for business in thn morning, and fertile farm in central Kentucky than certainty of the coming winter, the Ball game in front of campasa at 8 Happy Reunion. d engage him in a discussion. this one, and no one was better aware stock brought but indifferent prices, public invited. Mrs. J. S. Johnson has just returned Yet I have known women interested in of this fact than Mr. Hamilton and ho The Buick automobile was bought by chaiities or civic movements, to call up wa3 quick to take advantage of his James I. Hamilton from Richmond where she attended a for 237.50 and he Ladies Aid, Baptist Church wilt giw reunion of her family, it being the a business man at his home by telephone ' information. immediately sold it to D. W. Mahan a supper Saturday September 13tfc. on during the breakfast-hou- r, and start first time in twenty years since all had for 212.50. About 30 acres ot corn the lawn of Mrs. J. E. DkkerUn. sat at the same table. Mrs. W. L. the conversation by stating that Ihey Judge J. M. Bentoa Proposes To Smoke was bought by Henry Hurt and Wood Water street. Old ham. picket, sal'. Arnold entertained them with an Burnside for 3.50 laid in the field. It ice cream and cake. Will be srv-- l Out Violators Of fhe Election Lav.s elaborate six o'clock course dinner and would surely be 'at leisure'. They is thought that it will make about 9 from 3 to 11 o'clock, evening. Prict as they sat around the banquet table, have ignored the crispness if not the In Clark County. 23 cents. barrels to the acre. many stories and fond reminiscenses bluntness of his replies, and continued to talk while his breakfast cooled or of their past lives were pleasantly reAt the opening of the Clark county Lancaster School Opens On Monday With Charged With Failure To Send Children lated. Those present were, Messrs, his affairs at the office demanded his Circuit Court in Winchester on last presence. And finally they have won T. E., W. L , R. L., and J. W. Arnold To School. Monday Judge J. M. Benton in his Increase Attendance, And Splendid and their wives, Mr, and Mrs. Geo. dered why their mission failed! A warrant was taken out Wotfeeafcy "Would any woman making anv nre-- 1 Bjale " ' "ranu jury piacea great Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Boggs, StreSS UP0n tlie necessity of that body Prospects For A Prosperous afternoon against Joe Brown, of Richand Mesdames, William and Elizabeth tenso to Food brooding nntPrn,,irl,mnn king rigid inquiry into the viola -' vnn ?n and c ardson school district, charging Mm Simmons, Susie Elkin and Lula John- at dinner-tim- e School Year. tions of the election laws at the last versation, knowing that your dinner ' with failure to send his childral to son. and family awaited you in the dining August primary. In the course of his school. Judge Benton made the room? Yet how often have you been remarks Noel. A similar charge is pending agatast The Lancaster school opened on last at iiiu lejeimuue Willi ins re- - startling statement that it was com- - Monday morning and if the interest Jame3 Smalhvood, of th Vote BrWgtr Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Noel of Buckeye Kiwicu mon talk that fully one thiid of the marK; District. Elizabethtown New- -. both have the sincere sympathy of their " 'Oh, were you at di.mer? Then I voting population of Clark county was manifested by as parents and pupils We think a few like warrants cobM may be taken an indication, this will many friends in the death of their bright wont keep you a minute.. purchasable. His instruction along jear in its and should be taken out in Garrard Ce. little son Marshal Hendrcn aged 4 years "But the minute runs into five or this line was both lengthy and learned ": The large auditonom was which occurred at their home on last ten, the talker holding you grimly to and fully covered every phase of the hlstory. filled to its capacity with the citizens An Oversight Which May Prove Costly. The Democratic party took the first Friday, September 5th. and all that was the topic nearest her heart, while your case, from the candidate who purchas- cs the money, through the middleman interested in the cause of education and The law requires that icinstitiitiofll great step toward the redemption of mortal of the dear little child was plac- dinnor turns cold. any wonder that business men who Uses it and to the voter who ac- - the patrons of the school, all anxious. amendment to be voted urm by ed at rest on the following Saturday "Is it party pledges on last Tuesday when the ' to witness the owning ceremonies in the Tariff Bill passed the Senate afternoon in the Lancaster cemetery. protect themselves by sending clerks to cepts it, suggesting means by which people of the state must be advertised The little fellow had been suffering answer the telephone? or that in many each and everyone of them mav be the new building, and , to show their at least 90 days preceding the electi&n. The measure was passed b3' a vote of households servants abk who is calling ferreted out and just punishment interest and appreciation, and to 44 to 37, LaFollette Republican and with a childish ailment which necessitaThere are two constitutional amendof their support and coopera- ments which ted the calling of the family physician, and what is wanted befoie summoning meted out to them. Those who know Poindexter, Progressive voting with are to be voted upon at tion during the school year. Something the the Democrats for its passage, and but his condition was pronounced very members of the family? How else can the fearlessness of Judge Benton, both coming Novembe-- r election, one U of an informal dedicatory service had to allow two Domocrats, Thornton and Rans-del- l, much improved, and when the last one protect himself from telephone on and off the bench, know that he i the Legislature to classify been arranged, and this service added property both of Louisiana, voting against summons came he was standing beside bores and the abuse of telephone cour- has the courage of his convictions, and for taxation, the other to perif the good people of Clark county are materially to the interest of the open- mit the working of convicts outswh? the it, because of the fact that it means the bed in his mothers room indulging tesy?" ing day of school. The following penitentiary walls upon pjMic free sugar. The measure is calculat- in childish prattle with his brothers and Thomas B. Robinson Of Garrard County anxious for a housecleaning along these highways impromptu program was carried out: sisters. All at once the little form lines, and will give him their moral and other puulie work. Through an ed to make a reduction of duties on Mr. S. D. Cochran, president of the oversight in Receiving Favorable support, the housecleaning will surely imports of 28 per cent, A committee crumpled, the little form was stilled, Mention As the office of Secretary of be forthcoming, probably to the sor- Board of Trustees, presided at the State Crecelius thtse amendments were was at once appointed to confer with and almost in the twinkling of an eye The Successor Of Collector row of many, but it will be neverthe- ceremonies. not advertised within thespecilied tircw. the House on the matter, and the the breath had departed from his body Presentation of handsome Bible as soon as Mr. Crecelius less thorough. is expected to go to Pres. and the little soul had returned to Him measure Wiseman. the Judge Benton is well known in Gar- - donated by Board of Education, bv Mr. oversight he ordered the amendments Wilson in two weeks for his signature. who gave it. J. W. Elmore. Little Marshal was the youngest of a Just who is to be the Revenue Col- - rard county, he has occupied the bench advertised at once, and they will i ofThe new Tariff Bill is the result of Invocation by Rev. J. W. EldriJge of fered to the much labor and thought upon the part family of seven children, he was the lector for this district to succeed W. in our court a3 a Pro tern Judge, and vote of the people at the Paint Lick. coming election. However, ihouW they of some of the most intellectual men light and joy of the household, and the W. Wiseman has not yet been settled, in his younger days taught school in Prof. Caneer, the Newly chosen pass and some person in the country, and is the very best grief of the entire family at his sudden nor does there seem any likelihood of county, and there are none who know should see proper at any very early date. , him but that are convinced that he is Principal, paid eloquent tribute to Prof. to attact their constitutionality, measure that'could possibly be framed taking was heart rending in the ex- it being-settleit We do not have an idea who will be the throughly in earnest in his latest move D. W. Bridges, one time Principal of would in all probability cause consider- as the issues contained therein are for treme. tho school; Prof. Caneer also made an atile trnnlilf-, ...... thu,u ; .. successful aspirant, they are all good for the suppression of wrong doing in . nml ..i.,w JO . UUC3IUIJHT . the mo3t part purely local to one or Dammon and true democrats, and we shall his latest move for the sunnression of impressive plea for the hearty coopera- - that the amendments would have to be another part of the country, which of The Drought Causes Consideraple tion of the parents and public with the voted upon again, which could be satisfied with the selection, whoever wiong doing in his district. course necessitated equallizing, and not I age To The Agricultural And Comtrustees and faculty, pointing to the done until 1915, as the it may be. We predicted some time every section of the bill was fought law only permits since that whoever knocked this plum Miss Eliza Ison One Of Garrard County's fact that the success or failure of the these amendments going to a vote at mercial Interests Of The County. step by step, and only adopted into it schools of the community were a by no the would have Col. T. B. Robinson of same eIection at which after the most trying and painstaking means uncertain reflection of public lives are elected, which A blow at the agricultural interests Garrard county as a contending factor, Most Intelligent And Deserving would be two efforts upon the part of those who opinion. of a community is the most severe and our prediction is proving true, for years from the coming November were engaged in framing it. County Attorney J. E. Robinson made election. Women Receives Richly President Wilson expressed the diow tnat couiu ne struck at the com- within the past week Mr. Robinson's a short talk upon the appreciation mercial interests of the community, name has been so frequently and greatest satisfaction at the outcome of Deserved Compliment. which should be given the school work the measure in the Senate, and it is for the agriculture is the backbone of favorably mentioned as to indicate that About by the public, adding his plea for Surprising Statistics the world's commerce; especially is he is strongly in" the running. The his belief that upon the whole it will cooperation in the school work. game of politics is susceptible to many "The Southern Woman's Magazine," prove acceptable and beneficial to the this blow vital in a community like Edncalion Of Girls And Boys. Rev. J. Rockwell Smith gave an great majority of the American people. this where farming is the principal re- changes, circumstances arise which published at Nashville Tenn. and devotNow, at thi3 source, the main stay and dependance without a moments notice place an ed exclusively to the interests of interesting talk, taking for his theme season, entirely different aspect upon matters, southern women, recently offered a "influence". . it is interesting to note that of the greater portion of its citizens. The letters that were not burned seem Short ancTappropriate talks were also There are 254,163 public school Probably no more severe blow was sometimes placing men who seemed to prize of 500. for the most appropriate to be causing our good friend Charlie, ever struck at the farming industry have a cinch upon a certain place name for the newly established publica- mt.de by Revs. Pollitt, Beagle and buildings in the United States. over at Danville quite as much trouble Eldridge, and the large number of This school property is valued at as the letters he failed to mail. Take than the one which has just fallen, the completely out of the lists, and at the tion. This contest was participated in severe drought, and the damage same time elevates a dark horse to the by women all over the southland, and people present and the amount of 1,201.005.730. them altogether letters cause a great ' ironi ranK. mr. Kooinson has never among the number was some of the interest manifested points very clearly There are 3,333,603 teachers. deal of trouble in this world, those that wrougnt is summea up as ioiiow:-cor- n to the fact that the cause of education The cost of maintaining the public are not mailed, not written, and are crop damaged probably 50 per cent, blazoned his aspirations to the world, most intelligent and refined women in tobacco from 25 to 50 per cent accord put tne wny oiu politician has never all the world. Of the many names has aroused more interest than ever schools for one year is 446.726,929. written, form a close second to the forThere are 9,081,211 boys and 8,953.-- it bidden apple as a means of getting a ing to localities, gardens & etc. almost flagged in his efforts, he has had the suggested twenty two persons gave in oeiore in tne nistory ot thr county, and is safe to predict that the patrons 902 girls in these schools, a complete failure, grass and pastures assistance and advice of friends who the name "Every Woman's Magazine," fellow into trouble. It is estimated by the United States materially damaged and as a result were not only past masters of the art and the prize was of a necessity divid- will give their hearty cooperation to innumerable flock put on the market of diplomacy, but were also in close ed among this number, each of the Prof. Caneer and his assistants in their bureau of education that 2,259,014 The high cost of living is a popular efforts to give to Lancaster pupils will enter the schools for the joke with most of our exchange papers, that otherwise could have been carried touch with "the powers that be", and twenty two ladies receiving a check for first time this September. longer at a great profit, meadow when this juicy plum falls, we should 22.50 as her proportion of the offered one of the best schools in Kentucky. but it is a very serious matter with us The increased number of pupils on ' The above statistics are given in tha especially timothy, damaged at least not be at all surprised to see it drop reward. After the awarding of the as we still cling to life. 50 per cent, and last but not least a into the basket of our own clever prizes the management of the paper opening day also added materially to September issue of Boys' Life, the boy One thing is reached the conclusion that the publica the prospects for the success of the scouts' magazine which made these Get up early Sept 15th and see the severe scarcity of both stock and "Tommy" Robinson. there being 312 pupils as against teresting computations. drinking water. Some parts of the certain, it could not go to a more tion had met with such a favorable eclipse of the moon. county are worse off for rain than others deserving man. Bob Hunter of reception and had come to be so well 2S5 on the opening day of lastyear, and If the school children in the United the peculiarity of the rainfall, as mea Jessamine, John Gibson of Madison known under its original name of the this too in the face of an unfounded States stood in a line with hands on Take the baby to Dora's gallery for ger as it has been, was remarkable, Shelton Saufley of Stanford, Dr. Dish-ma- n "Southern Woman's Magazine that rumor of diptheria in the community, shoulders they would reach from the no later than last Sunday rain fell of Knox, Ben Smith of Pulaski, they did not deem it expedient to make As for this rumor, we feel perfectly very northern tip of Alaska to the very fine artistic photos. safe in stating that it is wholly without southeru tip of South America, Hackley in such quantities as to Judge John Hughes of Mercer, and all the change. near At a regular meeting of the Circle start Back Creek, td running, while a of the other candidates lor this office, If the school buildings of the United Among those to suggest the name foundation, and no parents fear to Girls on last Sunday afternoon, at the mile east of that point and in full including several from Boyle, are all which received the prize was Miss start their children into school on this States were arranged close together Christian Church, tho following officers sight of it, there was not sufficient good democrats, and each and everyone Eliza Ison of Bryantsville Ky., who is account. A thorough canvass of the in a single line they woule reach from were elected to serve the ensuing year. downpour to lay the dust. of them has doubtless yielded yeoman a splendid friend of the Record and who community failed to unearth a case of the North Pole to the capitol in Wash-th- is Mrs. W. S. Embry, President, Mrs L. disease in the city limits, and ington. In the face of this calamity the peo- service to his party in days gone by, has contributed no little to its success. N. Miller, Vice President, Miss Pearl ple of the county are as a rule very but investigate as you may, put the Miss Ison is the daughter of Magistrate while there may be a case or two in the The school teachers in the United Bettis, Secretary and Mrs F. G. Hurt, cheerful and look at the matter in a acid test if you choose, and you will Logan Ison, and is one of Garrard county, they are convalescent, and have States would fill two cities the size of As'sistant Secretary. philosophic light; for the past few not find one of them who has done county's most efficient and intelligent been so guarded as to preclude the New Orleans. There is When the Aquitania is launched in years we have been blessed with' more, harder or more effectual work school teachers, and is a lady of no lit possibility of contagion. Brother Tinder Returns. abundant crops, and even this year for the cause of democracy than Mr. tle literary ability, as is shown by her expected to pe a material increase in April 1914, it will be the largeststeam-shi- p afloat, carrying 3,250 passengers. A card from Rev. F M Tinder an- our wheat crop was better than in Robinson, and innumerable friend3, aptitude in the suggesting of .the suc- the number of pupils at the school on next Monday. It the school children of the United nounces that he has had nine additions years, and while the drought may not alone in this his own county, but all cessful name in this contest. The new building ,'s a marvel of States were loaded on to ships the size in the meeting he is holding at Eliza- work a hardship in many instances, over the district, would be delighted to The Magazine, a copy of which we beth and a very successful meeting. there are few who will not be able to see him receive his just measure of have before us, is ably edited, bright beauty, convenience and everyone who of the Aquitania, and a mile allowed He will return home this week and weather it out in some manner, be reward in the shape of the Interna and newsy, and we hope and expect it has visited the school are loud in the between every two ships, the string would reach from New York to conduct the regular services at the thankful - that it is no wnrsp., nnrl hnno Revenue Collectorship for the Eighth to assume a place among southern praise of this splendidly equipped ".fv ' womanhood which has long been vacant. Christian church next Sunday for better conditions next year. I District of Kentucky. Mr. Benjamine Woods I I ly j uu. e die-cvere- d i i Con-pile- d back-to-scho- ol I - '& l A f-- .. C? 9 Hoosier Drills the Central Record, Cheap. Proposition For Fair Election Turned Down. Lancaster, Ky., Sept G, 1913 by the Progressive candiatf s for County offices in Garrard Coanty, Ky., published in The Central Record for the last two weeks, we the following candidates of the three political parties, whose names appear below, to be voted for at the coming November election; realizing how much it means to our people to have an election at which there are no corrupting' influences ussd, and also realizing the growth of public sentiment along this line, and ever mindful of the fact that in a government of the people, the unpurchased majority must rule, we the undersigned do most solemly pledge to the people of Garrard County and among ourselves that we are unalterbly opposed to the use of any corrupting influences whatever and do bind ourselves to use neither money nor whisky nor will we allow it to be used by another in any way to secure our election. We also further affirm that we have not in any way used any corruptiog influences whereby we have bound any person or persons to vote for us or any other candidate at the coming November election. Referring to the above agreement which was drawn and signed by the Progressive candidates on Saturday the Cth. inst. to which they are pledged, we express our great disappointment on account of the fact that this appeal has been utterly ignored by all of the can didates of the other patties. By their failure to come forward and agree to stand for clean elections, where no corrupting influences shall be used, they proclaim to the people of Garrard County, that they are in favor ot" present conditions now existing within our borders, which all good people regardless of past party affiliations must deeply deplore. We are stanJing, in tins elections, not alone for the offices, to which we aspire, for if that had have been our only motive, we should never have been before ou at this time, but we are standing for principles, which even our opponents must acknowledge are just and right. e again express our deepest regret at the stand taken by those gentlemen, who are asking the good people of this county to elect them to fill, the various We offices for the next four years. had a right to have expected better things from our opponent, when the very foundations of this Goveinni' ut today are being undermined by just such conditions as exist in this County. We, therefore appeal to the people of Garrard County, to show on which side they stand; whether they are in favor of conclitians as they now exist, or whether they are in favorof conditions for which the Progressive party is contending. Signed: J. F. Holtzclaw candidate for Representative, J.B. Bourne candidate for County Judge R. S. Brown candidate for Sheriff. John. M. Duncan candidate for County Clerk. G. B. Anderson candidate for Jailer. John Green candidate for Assessor. J. C. Cricillis candidate for Magistrate District No, I. R. M. Moss candidate for Magistrate, District No. 2. Harrison Ray candidate for Magistrate District No. 3. J. W. Coldiron candidate for Magistrate District No 4. Friday, Sept The Late Judge Morrow. Courier-Journa- l. 12, 1913. No Money Required. Page 3 HEALTH I Two Studebaker Wagons Cheap. Call at once. Hay Balers. Ohio Feed Cutters, Gas Engines. Coal Oil Stoves, Toledo Cookers, Fireless Cookers, something new. Get your wife one and save her strength and beauty. (To the Editor of the Back in the Nineteenth century, out of the old Transylvania University, at Lexington, Ky., sprang Centre College situated at Danville in the same State. Alle-ghani- Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers Cheap. Come in and see them and get a drink of ice water. Pursuant to an appeal J. PS rA . R. MOUNT, a(M.iaigianHjBg. m SON & CO. '(''fifrE'iiKi IrV i h? - To My Friends IN i 1 IE m Garrard County. I am back home again for a while, after South dies. great The North Western Cow Boy. a seven and a months tour through the advertising My selling my Indian success, and Reme- m trip was selling getting DAKOTA. JACK, more medicine,doing more advertising & : better results than ever. I am getting hundreds of letters, testimonials and praises from all over the United States in regard to my remedies. My remedies are all on sale and always will be at J. E. Stormes, and R. E. McRoberts & Son, Lancaster, Ky. Irti 1 Parsley's Indian Herbs making my name famous all over the United States, for Blood, Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver Stomach, nervous and female troubles. A 45 days treatment SI. 00. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment for all pain ar.d deafness price 25 cts per pottle. Dakota Jack's Creme Soap for human fckin, shaving, shampooing and bath 1! cakes 25 cts. Pursley's Indian Herbs that's : 1 yu k''0vd TgJenr&sffsiii un ?ro:);X iDf il Is 1r&frn fr ' rTl pii'i'.Ti"""1 "' " bi?1 I! No Dirt, No Bother In a very short time any building can have its p lightning-proo- f covering turned into a modern roof at a very moderate cost a roof that will last as long as the building I and never need repairs. 4 For Sale by fire-traf, storm-proo- f, Ivaid Right Over Wood Shingles Transylvania was the largest educational institution west of the The Indian fires and scarcely had died out before it sprang into existence. But after serving its time it was succeeded by Centre College, from whose portals went out many graduates, who have served not only the S,tate, but the National Government. Center College grew to be the great educational Mecca for the Among its Southern Presbyterians. presidents were several famous divines who left the impress of their character on many of the alumni. The most noted clas3 graduating at this celebrated institution, was that of 1835. This class furnished Governors, Senators, Congressmen and Judges of the highest courts, not only in Kentucky, but other States. Center College gave to the nation two Vice Presidents of the United States, John C. Breckinridge and Adlai Stevenson. But reverting to the 1S55 class of graduates, there were three boys who afterwards became known as the "Triumvirate." John Young Brown, W. C. P. Breckinridge and Thomas Z. Morrow. There is an episode in which these three young men figured r.nd of which I suspect I am the only surviving witness. When I read a few days ago of the passing of Judge Morrow it was brought vividly to my mind. It was immediately after their graduation and at the time that "knownothingism" .vas the shibboleth of the scattered oartisans of the Whig party of the lation. At the incipency of this heat-j- d political campaign these three ycung nen had an appointment to address he voters of Garrard county, Ky., in he old courthouse in Lancaster, long since removed. There was a vast ?rowd and the feeling was intense. I was but a boy, but as Tom Morrow vas my father's guest on that day, I took a lively interest in the discussion. Brown led ofT with an impassioned plea and was followed by the smooth and eloquent Bteckinridge- - Then came Morrow. At first he seemed to be affected with stage fright. My mother, who sat beside him, spoke a short but encouraging void. In an instant he seemed to realize the situation and with an expression and gesture peculiar to Tom Morrow, exclaimed as near as I can remembei: "I realize my environment. The gentlewho have preceded me men aie thoroughbreds. 1 can claim no heredity. In the parlace of the horseman they are pedigreed and standard bred. I can go back no farther than an affectionate and Iovir.g mother at whose breast I imbibed thos? principle's that unloosed the tongue of Patrick Henry and guided the pen of Jefferson." The manner and emphasis of Morrow's enunciation captured the crowd. He spoke for one hour and was accorded an ovation. J. LETCHER M'MURTRY. Hawthorne, Fla., August 30, 1913. war-who- In a recent article commenting on the efforts of various organizations to secure free publicity, an Illinois editor made the statement that it took money to run a newspaper. Many other editors are laboring under a similar delusion, ana for the benefit of this class, Thomas W. Mao, publisher of the Record, St. Anne, 111., pens the following: "It takes money to run a newspaper? What an exaggeration. What a whopper. It doesn't take any money to run a newspaeer. It can run without money. It is not a business venture. It is a charitable institution, a begging concern, a highway robber. The newspaper is a child of the air, a 11 creature of a dream. can go on and on and en, when any other concern would be in the hands of the receiver and wound up with cobwebs in the windows. "It takes wind to run a newspaper; it takes gall to run a newspaper. It takes scintillating, acrobatic imaginr. tion, half a dozen white shirts and a railroad pass to run a newspaper. But money, heavens to Betsey and six hands around, whoever needed money to conduct a newspaper? Kind words are the medium of exchange-tha- t do the business for the editor-ki- nd words and church social tickets. When you see an editor with money, watch him. He'll be pajing his bills and disgracing his profession. Never give money to an editor. Make him trade it out. He likes a swap. "Then when you die, after you have stood around for years and sneered at the editor and his little Jim Crow paper, be sure that ou have your wife send in for three extra copies by one of your weeping children, and when she reads the geneious and touching notice about ycu, fort wain her to neglect to bei.d the editor fifteen cents. It would overwhelm him. Money is a corrupting thing. The editor knows it, and what he wants is your heartfelt thanks; then lie can thank the printers and they can thank the grocers. Giveyour job work to a traveling man, and then ask for half rates for church notices. Get your lodge If tter heads stationaiy printed out of town then fi.nd the editor with beautiful thoughts ii. resolutions of respect and cards of thanks. They make such spicy reading, and you are so proud of your local paper when j ou pick it up filUd with these glowing mortuary articles. "But money scorn the filthy thing. Don't let the pure ii.nocent editor know anything about it. Keep tbat for sordid trades people who charge for their wares. The editor gives his bounty away. The Lord loves a cheerful giver. He takes care of the editor. Don't worry about the editor. He has a charter from the state to act as a door mat for the community. He will get out the paper somehow, and stand up for the town and v. hoop it up for you when you run for office. Don't worry about the editor hej'll get on. The Lord knows how but somehow." d CONTEST Will bo One of rViany Hovelties of Especial Interest to Ladies PROMINENT Exhibits Baby GAUSS-. 1 . M. BOORINE Service. Phone 35I-- Auctioneer. GomI Prices RiiJlit. WOMEN HERE Lancaster, -- Kentucky. Will Show What Perfect Should Be Mrs. John L. Woodbury, of Louisville, Will Answer All Inquiries Regarding Details of Contest. A new Dr. Win. D. Pryor, Veterinary at Lancaster. Office Rainey s -- and Dentist. -- Surgeon feature announced for the coming Kentucky State Fair 1j the B.iby Health Contest, and already ii has attracted a great deal of attention. TH.is contest is modeled after tjiose .hich have been so successful in c ' '. i. states, notably Iowa. The ci this state was first inaugurated i:i lal' by the Iowa branch of the ."?tion."l Congress of Mothers, with Mrs. ilai.v P. Watts in charge. The Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs has been asked to erate with the Kentucky State Fair, and the chairman of their Health De-ptmeut. Mrs. Lafon ltiker. asc dated with Mrs. George Gr.i.it ami Mis. Herbert Ottenheimer, of ttu Health Committee, will act in as ad vlsary capacity. Uniformitj is absolutely essentia! in the examination and marking of tlu child! en in order to secure anj of value in a nation-wid- e moit.ne'u The score card, so Ions and imUrr sally used, is such a basis for uni formity that its exclusive use is e. important in this work and It has accord, ngly been adopted b Kentucky. The pikes will be of ccmpiutlvi '. small amount or value. To off. r valuable prizis, or to permit such offers by newspapers, baby food natr.r-.c-ruicr- s, photographers, or othprs lii crested in adert:s.ing themselves or .h- - ir business, would excite the cupid.. ol parents, cause a scramble for s.!" in stead of a search for kpowiedg", and oil 'Linger and tend to commercialize the whote movement. The n.ibies Health Contest at ihe coiniiiR Kentucky State r will be ir, charge of Mrs. John L. Woodbury, of l.ouisi!le, who will be glad to a::swer all inquiries regarding the work. Luerj Stable. Kentucky CANDIDATES If you want to be elee'ed right, get tri SHAVED RIGHT and j ou will be right if you go to the right shop on Kichnijiil street. The Old Reliable Barber. co-o- p KENRV DUNCAN li. IV. (iUisei t Morrnw, Gr.iilnntv Ojtiichm ltt-i- l. . i,inintH'rt-4- l W. M. Physician Office Phone 0. OHll-i- . Er,ci Surgeon. LAXCASTKU. KY. Residence Phone 220. OUii'e Murines H.m tu !. Hours p.cj. lo4 1 Iutrt Y.t. oer DENTIST. Phone (H. I..int,istrr, RACING EVENTS SCHEDULED STATE FAIR. FOR Stsrs Track to Compsts for Rich Stakes Classy Trotting jn.l Rscing Promised for Shc.v. Sta-Fai- of the H. ;. PATRICK, 3I1XSE. her sister, Mrs Tillie Green was the guest of Mrs Claud Archer Friday. Mr Robert Vrcher and wife, of Ohio, Safest Laxative For Women. Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Philadelphia, Pa. Co., 50 North 23rd Street, DC 31 II 11 :c in u Nearly every woman needs a good laxative. Dr. King'i New Life Pills are good because they are prompt, safe Mrs. M. C. and do not cause pain. Dunlap of Lcadill. Tenn says: "Dr. Kings New Life Pills helped her troubles greatly". Get a box today. Price 25c Recommended by R E McRoberts. are the guests of their relatives and friends here. Miss Allie Creech, of Cartersville, was the guest of her aunt. Mrs Eliza Creech last week. Have You Visited The HUYANTSVlliLE Mrs Oscar Hammock of Paint Lick, was the guests of her mother, Mrs. Mary Hammack Friday. I in jt u ISM Hi Parlors at the ICE PLANT Open On Sunday ???? Mismated. "They say, 'The tool and his money Miss Cecil Bowling left Tuesday to are soon parted."' "That's all right. enter school at Richmond. What beats me is why the dickens Mr and Mrs R. I. Burton spent a few they should go together to begin day3 in Madison this week. with. " Mrs Alice Adams, of Denver, Col. has been visiting Mrs. W. J. Hogau. McGrath, of Sharpsburg has been visiting Air W. C. Rose. Mr Price 1 Miss Neliie Beazley who has been Miss Elizabeth Bryant began a select visiting her friends at Cartersville for school Monday. the last two weeks has returned home. Mrs Walter Davis is able to be out Mr and Mrs Tom Hurt, of Point after a short illness. Leavell weie guests of their parents Mr and Mrs It F Parsons Saturday and Sunday. Miss Annie Newland, of Newby, Ky. and Miss Nannie Conn, of Paint Lick, were the pleasant guests of Miss Georgia Dillon on last Friday. The little infant of Mr and Mrs Will I'oynter died at their home on last Nervous' Mrs. Walter Vincent, of Pleasant Hill, N. C, writes: "For three summers I suffered from nervousness, dreadful pains in my back and sides, and weak sinking spells. Three bottles Cardui, the woman'; tonic, relieved me entire ly. I feel like another person, now." Wednesday and was buried at Manse Mr "Billy" Cing spent a few days in Thursday. People of this community Lexington and Louisville this week. have sympathy for the bereaved Mr J. W. Moore, of Nicholasville was parents. over a few days last week with friends. Mr W. S. Hopper, of Lancaster, spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J. C. Williams. NINA. TAKE it " and Every Evening " 31 it IE :: The Woman's Tonic for over 50 Cardui has been helping years, Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. Lancaster, Kentucky. , to relieve women's unnecessary pains and building weak women up to health and strength. It will do the same for you, if given a fair trial. So, don't wait, but begin taking Cardui today, for its use cannot harm you, and should surely do you E-good. 72 Ms, ,2s 3 Miss Mary Herd, of Fort Worth, Miss Jennie Wheeler has entered Texas, is the guest of the Misses school at Midway. Patton. Miss Cora Ross is in Cincinnati havMr and Mrs C. C. Cable, of Danville, ing her eyes treated. are the guests of Mr and Mrs J. H. Mr W E Whitaker is in Lexington Boner. Mr Roy Arnold and family, of Dan- this week on business. ville, spent Sunday with Mrs B. P. B. W Sanders is in the city this week Swope. purchasing his fall goods. Mr James Coy and Miss Hallie Coy, Miss Viola Creech is spending a of Kirksville, were the guests of Mrs. week with her grandfather. R. I. Burton the first of the week. The sale of Mr George Grow was Mrs Eliza H. 'Ballard and MissMayme largely attended but things sold' low. Ballard and Mr W. C. Rose came home Miss Nettie Hunter has been the Tuesday after a stay at Crab Orchard guest of Mrs Carol Prewitt for the Springs. Work on the new Bryant3ville Telep- past week. Mr Walker Nance has returned home hone is progressing rapidly and it will be only a short time until the exchange after attending the burial of his sister will be installed. Mrs Barbry Creech. Miss Marguerite Woolfolk, of LexMrs B W Sanders and Mrs Maria ington, has been visiting Miss Mayme Ross is in Lexington this week visit Miss Woolfolk leaves ing Mr and Mrs George McLear. Lee Ballard. soon to attend school in Washington D. Mr W E Whitaker and wife and Mr. C. B W Sanders and wife visited Mr Arch Mr and Mrs Hogan Ballard, Mrs Whitaker and family last Sunday. Eliza H. Ballard, Miss Mayme Ballard, Mr Carol Prewitt and family and Mrs H. B. Sweeny, Mr Logan Ison and Miss Eliza Ison were'in Nicholasville Mr and Mrs W T Watson and Miss Friday for the funeral xf Mrs Margaret Nettie Hunter were the guests of Mr and Mrs Moris Ross Sunday. ' BouAden. m r, The eleventh annual Kentucky to be held in Louisville next S . promises a celo'natXi tember of a magnitude, excellence anil t?Piierc interest that has never heretofore been eclipsed hy a like event, and n . phase of the fair will ofter a more uni versal attraction than the racing program which has been arranged. The Karly Closing Kvents for trot ters and pacers, entries for wh:h elosed May 13, include.; the unprecedented enlistment of 12U contestant, p rct2r which is fully In per larger than any herctofoie recorded .md which, it is said, numbers some ot tl'p classiest examples of horse Hejh the country can boast. There are a half dozen stake.-- fe. which the.--e horses will compete, tht 'list two being $300 trotting events to. n.o and three-yea- r olds, and the re wiiinder ?1,000 stakes for 2:11 and 2:10 pacers and 2:11 and 2:20 trot ters. In addition to the trotting and paring events, the fair will offer daily it; nlng i aces, with entries lnclud'ar iii" of the classiest and speediest horse flesh then stabling at the !jou? la Park track in preparation for race meet, which immediately follows the week of the State Fair. Feature of Closing Day. The feature of paramount interest on the closing day of the tair will be the Gentlemen's Cup Race. The Brewers Association has donated a si'vei cup as trophy to the winner of this l at e. Kntries for the purse races for trot-tei- s and pacers will not close until a wee!: prior to the opening of the Liir the purser for these events .sre $l each, evenly divided among the trot ers and pacers. The list will include 2:1G, 2: IS and 2:24 trotters and 2:12, 2:14, 2:1S and a in he pacing class. The entire track program for the coming fair has been arranged with a view to variety, and lovers of good, aniclean sport and of royally-bre- d mals may anticipate one of the most pretentious exhibitions in the history of the state. The Kentucky State Fair track Is rated as one of the finest ever laid grand stand and the recently-enlargeoffeis an ideal mecca for sociability, as well as sporting recreation. This contest, which is open to farm boys and students of any agricultural college, is a splendid incentive to scientific farming, and there is noth tag so deeply interesting to the future "bone and sinew" of the state as ths opportunity to demonstrate their practical knowledge as tillers of the soil ii.d breeders of fine stock. A special donation of $25 in gold has made by J. B. Bowles, of Bards-towKy., in the saddle horse judging contest, and D. II. Ewing & Sons, of Louisville, Ky., have given $23 as a prize for the best boy judge of dairy cattle. K.-2c-ni tlit-fi'frce-foi-a- ll d os-e- Oculist. Paint Lick. Xentijck- -. M. I Dcfdy aiid W. A. toriH.- -t IInlMlhjcove Wtekr .V uiUs--.uti' Dccfers Of Dental Surgery. Hint Kiirnltiiri" More. Office: LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Froi! k Ornamental STRAWBERRIES, Shrubs, Asparagtz.s. Rhubarb, Peonies. Ros es Phlox. Etc. Everything for Orchard. Lawn ciiil Garden. Write for free Catalogue No AgP. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexingto'n. Kenttickv. L.&N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. ARUIVE. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville-- ; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & S-S5 Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points SoutK No 28; 11:0-- a. m. . t. To Richmond, connecting with CJ&, N to Irvine & Beattyvill. Lexington. & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. """ No 70; 11:50 a. m. Voungster'fc Opinion. To Richmond, connecting with fast While at dinner I gave each rt my train to Cincinnati. boys, ago four and five, two peaches, No 27; 2:09 p. m. also my wife took two, while I took a To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon holding the hand down, handful, and, Junction to Elizabethtown & Kowlu g asked the youngest, sitting next to me, to guess how many I had. After Green, and at Bardstown Junction to staring blankly at me, I turned over Bardstown & Springfield. my hand, showing the amount, which No 9; 8:42 p. m. was three, when the youngster said: To Stanford, connecting with fast "Too many." Chicago Tribune. train to Bristol & AtlanU. . j. r S1. '""''-Ji- .. .. .W -- . "' r ?? i i s. -- TM i. ... i.. . "r-in- ! r rmni riirnn - nr"i tfe"WliTTni i e&SBi3ie6ufn URIG ACID .SIT. mM fiGGGt d, Friday, Sept -- i g, t 0& 1 SS.T ., ti fiW.lt .JTkT H f.J! last Week was vt-l- l alter!! kit Mt iW adjoining counties ' Leilig r&i art estimation of the peojile jrMHt were 500. The following are the Ifet old cattle fh2 of the sale. per had, mule colts from cows 50, to 70 horses from brood sows from $12 to 19 1 sow ami jugs $2) 1 aged mule 1G0, old emeu $1.40 Hay $1C per ton. The farm aeies was boutrht by J. I. Hamilton at SM3. jkt acre. 3J-5112. $40-$20- 0. RH1UMA WILL ST'P P Dt Mi-- .s itaisiuiitiiisViMiis. l'Ula y Rheuniailc Blankenship has bi4n g. Cofflpli ;tions Checked And The "Human J were" Restored. in G School Supplies We are HEADQUARTERS for School Supplies everything the student needs in text books, tablets, rulers, pencils, straps, etc., etc We carry a well selected assortment of Self-Filli- ng j) f Fountain Pen i the widely known "pen that fills itself." This pen is particularly adapted for students' use for either classroom notes or home study. If the Conklin runs dry in classroom, simply dip it in the nearest ink bottle, press the little "Crescent-Filler- " and the pen is filled! It cleans itself at the same time. A number of styles and sizes. McRoberts Drug Store. New Prices Model T Runabout . . Model T Touring Car . Model T Town Car . with Full Equiptment . . . $500. $550. $750. f o. b. Detroit. R. L. ELKIN, Agent For Garrard Co. The Kidneys, Bi .'els and Skin are the "human sewei " which carry off the impurities ir. the blood. When these are clogged L ric Acid sedimpnt lodges in the muscles and joints and Rheumatism follows. RHEUMA, the great remedy for all forms of the terrible disease, checks the deposit of Uric Acid and the pains and 'swellings quickly leave the body. RHEUMA acts naturally on the system contains no dangerous drugs to destroy the Mr. William Barnes will conduct unaffected organs. R. E. McRoberts religious services at John Richardson's & Son will return your money if it Saturday night. fails; 50 cents a bottle. Mrs Ona Naylor and daughter, Miss Carrie visited the family of Mr and Mrs PAINT LIVM. J. W. Brown at Shelby City. Mr H E Rucker of Louisville, visited Grover Hester received a sprained his parents last week. ankle when he attempted to ride a School opened up Monday with a full young horse at Mr F. L Thompson's. attendance in each grade. Mrs H. G. Cummins, who has been Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logston are visit- very low all summer, is getting along fine, being able to sit up and walk about ing relatives at Brassfield. Mrs. Owen B. Lewis of Chicago is the house. Mr J. M. Cress sold a young mare the guest of Mrs. A. B. Wynn. mule at Stanford fair to Col. Dodds, of Mrs Emma White has returned from Hustonville for $125. She had just won a visit to her son at Valley View. a blue tie. Mra Breese of Middlesboro is the The dry summer put the farmers guest of her mother Mrs. Emma White wise in preparing wells, ponds and Miss Mattie Woods will enter Madi cleaning out unused springs. Mr Fado son Institute Wednesday for the en- Parks and Mr. Newton Gill are" digging suing term. wells. Miss Loula McWhorter left home Rev. John English is conducting a Monday to enter Normal School at Richmond. Misses Payne and Rose of Paynes Depot are visiting Miss Elizabeth and Jenette Eldridge. Jim and John Buttner spent several days last week with their uncle Mr Jim Griggs at Nicholasville. Drs. W L Carman, H J Patrick and Mr Conn Asher left Monday for several days fishing trip near Livingston. Mr Walker McWhorter and wife of Lexington are spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. E C McWhorter. Messrs T. J. Price, Paul Elliott and Glass Carrier were visitors at the home of Mr. E. C. McWhorter Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Nelson Mays returned home last Monday after an extended vis.t with relatives and friends at Richmond, Lancaster and Somerset. Misses Minnie Johnson, Allie Hen- dren and Miss Tinder all of Lancaster who will teach in the school here art1 boarding with Mrs. H. L. Wallace. Mr. G. W. Rice and daughter Nellie left Monday for Lexington, Miss Nellie will go to Good Samaritan Hospital for an operation on her nose and throat. Mr. Oscar O. Parks who was recently married at Dorchester Va. brought his bride home Tuesday and spent several days with his parents; his friends here wish him much happiness. The yearly meeting pf the Transylvania Presbytery will convene at the Presbyterian church at Manse next week, servicee beginning Tuesday night the 10th, and continuing for several days. .. Mrj Fred Dyehoiise visited relatives rrard last week. Fr "d Dyehouse is building a new hous. on Stanford street. Miss Talitha Bell is visiting Miss Mary Bell near Paint Lick. Miss Sarah Howard, of near Crab Orchard, is teaching at White's school house. Mr and Mrs Clinton Ross, of Chesterfield, Ills., is visiting his sister, Mrs Fado Parks. revivnl at liaeeh UroVe Baptut church. He ia a brother of Rev. H. B. English, pastor of the Baptist church here. two-v'fek- S Master Joe Cress sustained a broken forea a last we-j- when he fell from a pony .vhich jumped when scared. The injured lad is ahie to be about, but carrie-- . his arm in a sling. k newspaper to place before children. Let them scan dach column for misspelled words; improper punctuation and make typographical errors scarce enough to be conspicuous for their absence. Thus our home papers will be more readable, more understandable, and safe to say, will be enjoying an increased subscription list. Master W H. Cummins, the bright IIAKKSMHV. little son of Mr and Mrs W. C. Cummins . Mr J.B. Kemper who has been quite was taken quite sick while at the New-lan- d family reunion at the home of his ' sick since Thursday is some- - better at KHIVA VISTA thlia wri finer granu-iatne- r, Mr ii. t'. JNewlantl, on Mr. and Mrs. Hickey and children of Mr Virgil Wilds of Stanford was ih Cedar Creek. The little fellow is about Maysville have been visiting her our illage Saturday. well again. mother Mrs. O'Hearn. Miss Dora Belle Eason is visiting Master Jesse Elam, the young son of Harrodxburg. Mr and Mrs P. L: Elam, of near Crab ' Miss Minnie McBride and brother of relatives in Richmoi.d spent the week end with Misse3 Taylor of Nicholagville are Orchard, got his foot badly mashed guests of Misses Skinner. when it become fastened in the Miss Margaret O'Hearn. Mr and Airs Harve Sutton and childmachinery. He was driving the team Mr "Billy" Naylor of Jacksonville operating a hay press. He was placed ren of Cincinnati who have been visit- HI. is here for a brief stay. in a passing automobile and carried to ing his mother returned Saturday. Mr Elkin of Lexington was a recant Crab Orchard where Dr. W. J. Edmiston The protracted meeting will begin guest of his friend .Miss Alvee Mahul dressed the injured member. next Sunday morning with the church Scott. Mrs T. M. Scott and daughter Nancy We heartily endorse, from personal at this place. Rev Barnes of Louisville will do the preaching. Belle spent the week's end with bar experience, all the teacher mentioned Pastor Bell closed a series of meet- parents in Nicholasville. in last issue of Record says in regard being better punctuators, ings with Pleasant Grove church last Mrs G. H. Securest has returned to to pupils better readers, better spellers, being Thursday evening with more than her home at Amelia, Ohio after several able to read more understanding, twenty additions 6 of whom were can- weeks visit with relatives. better in geography, ect., who have didates for baptism. Mrs Wm. Uhl of Harrimon Tenn ard Mrs J W Wood and children Miss Mrs Geo. Caldwell of Crittenden Ky Newspapers access to newspapers. are great educators, are cheap and Nancy, Lucile and J. C. Woods of j arrived Tuesday to be gursts of Mrs parents should provide a good clean, un- Lexington who have been the guests Roy Williams and Miss Jennie Lane. biased newspaper to supplement their of her father T. D. Chesnut went to Prof, and Mrs Hacker of Richmond reading. Let our editors, be as careful Hustonville Friday to visit Mrs. Robin- came Saturday to visit for several days son of that place. as to what goes into their papers as before taking up their duties as principal what should be uttered in their own The sale of the late Nixon Perkins and assistant teacher in the new High homes, then we will have the ideal which transpired on Thursday of School here. PINE As TOBACCO HEMP FARM 1Q1Q Strengthen Weak Kidneys. administrators of the estate of Mrs Mary A. Burton we will sell to the highest and best bidder on Sl lLSss. OUR PLAN of selling Direct to You enables us to save you Don't suffer longer with weak kidneys. You can get prompt relief by taking Electric Bitters, that wonderful remedy praised by women everyyou where. Start with a bottle will soon feel like a new woman with out fear of pain. Mr. John Dowling of San Francisco, writes:-"Gratitufor the wonderful effect of Electric Bitters prompts me to write. It cured my wife when all else failed." Good for the liver as well. Nothing better for indigestion or biliousness. Price, 50c, and 1. at R. E. McRoberts & Son. to-da- Thursday, Sept 25th, 1 Trk A iiie" - 53 the cost you would exA.ad a, pect to pay for such de signs as ours. J EXECUTOR'S SALE. -o- f.- Our Monuments are Exclusive They are designed by artists of ability, created by artisans of the greatest skill and executed with faithful attention to detail and delicacy of sentiment SEND MO MONEY. Examine the monuments on arrival and if not satisfactory we do not ask you to accept them. We assume all risks of transportation and guarantee their safe arrival. Could anything be fairer? Our price is what the work costs delivered at your nearest depot. Land, Town Property And Bank Stock. on Monday, September 15, 1913 at her late residence, situated one miie from Buckeye, Garrard County, Ky one fine blue grass farm consisting of 86 acres fronting the turnpike and improved with good residence, two good stock barns, two tenant houses. The farm is well watered, 125 acres in bluegrass, which has not been plowed in 30 years, balance in clover and timothy and is all particularly adapted to tobacco and hemp. This farm can be suitably divided' and will be offered in three tracts. Tract No. consisting of 126 acres with home residence, stock barn and other necessary outbuildings; Tract Nos. 2 and 3 will consist of 30 acres each with tenant house on each tract. The farm will also be offered as a whole and the highest and best bid accepted. 1 (County Court Day) at 1:30 P. This is Just What we Offer. Write for our beautifully illustrated catalog of exclusive designs. a Ja Consumers' Monument Company, Ball Ground, Georgia., Kentucky State Fair . M., in front of the Court House Door, in Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky, the undersigned Executor will sell at public auction the farm of the late Mrs. Pattie E. Green, consisting of about 350 acres of land on the Hustonville Turnpike Road, one-hamile south of Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky. This land will be, offered in two separate tracts of 170 acres and 180 acres, respectively, each fronting on the Turnpike, and then as a whole, and whichever way the greatest amount is realized will be declared a e tract will be of sale. The fered by me as Executor of Pattie E. will be offered Green, and the by me jis agent of Mr. John J. Craig, Mrs. Amelia O. Craig and Dr. George lf 170-acr180-tra- We will also offer at the highest and best bid th9 folloAing live stock and chattels: Cowan. SEPTEMBER 15 to 20, 1913 The Kentucky State Fair will offer to the farmers and livestock exhibitors an opportunity to exhibit the best products of their farms and best specimens of livestock and to the women an opportunity to display their handiwork and cookery at the lb 13 rair, for which liberal premiums are offered. 30,000 in Premiums 6-B- IG DAYS-- 6 Retort Railroad Rates For Information, Entry Blanks, Catalog. Etc, address J. 705 PAUL L. DENT, Secretary, LOUISVILLE JONES BUILDING This is one of the finest farms in Boyle County, admirably located, in a fine state of cultivation, and speaks for itself. I Also the residence property of the Green, consisting j late Mrs. Pattie E. of a brick house, with mod ern improvements, and a brick cottage in rear, on the corner of Lexington Avenue and Second Street, Danville, Kentucky, in the heart of one of the best residential district in the City, A very desirable building lot fronting on Lexington Avenue may be cut off from thi3 property. Terms announced at sale, For further information, address . S. R. CHEEK, Executor of Pattie E. Green, or 3AGBY & HUGUELY, Attorneys, I Danville, Ky. ten-roo- m two-room This sale will include farming implements and tools, household and kitchen furniture. Sale begins promptly at 9:30 a. m. Terms made known on day of sale. Dinner on the ground. Horses and mules, one 7 year old mare and colt, one pair 6 hand 5 year old mules, extra good ones, one 12 year old family horse, I 9 good yearling mules, three year old mare bred to jack, 3 two year old mules well broke. 6 feeding cattle, extra good about 00 pounders, 50 yearling cattle, two cows and calves. 2 shoats and 3 sows, 48 good ewes and two good bucks. 1 1 1 1 1 1 . E. L. I. M. & .. W. B. A&- BUETON, Admrs. 'v -- Dunn, Auctioneer. : ". 'r - tv-- v X & &x fhe Cental Hecd, -v, Friday, Sefct IS. , .... LINE OUT THE . r r..tr 11& AT OUR EXPENSE J- l-- Ti Page b "w-- i !" T...rTl.ft.r.vwJYir-THROW !entuoky Wheat Drills. Don't Lei Baby Suiter With' Eczema Skin Eruptions. g. J And . TRY SOLACE Lan- Give The Kidneys Help And1 Many Money Back for any case of Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Solace Fails To -ll Beatxty Is OcAy ' Babies heed a perfect Skin eruptions cause them not only intense su ffering, tut hinder their growth. DR. OINTHOBSON'S ECZEMA MENT can be relied on for relief and permanent cure of suffering babies whose hkin eruptions have made their life miserable. "Our baby was afflicted wun oreaKing out ot me sKin an over the face and scalp. Doctors and skin specialists failed to help. We tri 'd Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment and were overjoyed to see baby completely cured before one box was used" writes Mrs. Strublcr, Dubuque, Iowa. All druggists, or by mail, 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Company, St Louis, Mo., Philadelphia, Pa. caster People Will Be Happier. that The Kentucky Fluted Force Feed is the strictest sense of the term, and it sows all seeds, from ilax to treated The range of quantities wheat, with unvarying accuracy. is very great, and the operator is not obliged to sow a peck LU "Throw Out the Life Line" Weak kidneys need help. They're often overworked don't get the poison filtered out of the blood. Will you help Ihemf Doan'a Kidney Pills have brought benefit to thousandsof kidney sufferers. Read this Lancaster case: Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville St., Lancaster Ky., says:- - "I suffered a great deal from backache and could not sleep well. On several occasions my back became so painful and weak that I was unable to do my housework. Being advised to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial, I did so, procuring at Fris-bie- 's Drug Store, (now R E McRob-ert- s & Son's Drug Store). They helpDemonstration In The Use Of Hog Cholera ed me from the first and I was soon Serum At The State Fair. j5 vwrP3'. Remove. ?4fcf J i- Paint I3eep when it cotj;j lr .e.irs 'jff, tlc . u A house in ni-c- J vthtzi fee paint . 1 or a bushel every time a variation in quantity is desired. In fact, the Kentucky Fluted Force Feed will enable the user to regulate the quantity to sow as low a fraction as a quart or a pint. One slight movement of each indicator lever sets every feed on the drill. Becker, Ballard & Co. lb HEJF1I THE Bryantsville, Ky. 3 J .we term. Public jj K Arrangements have been made with the State Commissioner of Agriculture whereby tie Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station will give a practical demonstration in the method of administering hog cholera serum, at the State Fair. This demonstration will be given on Thursday, September 19, at 10 A. M., on the State Fair grounds, and should prove of interest to all farmers and hog raisers in the State. In addition to the demonstration, practical talks will be given on hog cholera, its diagnosis and post mortem lesions, the care of sick and well hogs, the work of the hog cholera serum laboratory and State and Federal laws governing the quarantine and control of hog cholera, by Dr. Robert Graham, Dr. J. H. Kastle, Director of the Kentucky Agricultural. Experiment Station, Commissioner John V. NewAltogether this man, and others. meeting promises to be one of great interest to all farmers and hog raisers anl should prove one of the most instructive and va'uaule features of the State Fair, Helen Keller On Education. In a recent article in the Metropolitan deal'ng with modern prcblems, Helen Keller has the following to say respecting the eduaztion of women: "The educated woman is she who knows the social basis of her life, and of the lives of those whom she would help, her children, her employer, her employers, the beggi-at her door and her Congressman at Washington. When Shakespeare wrote "Hamlet," or wheMier he wrote it or not, seems relatively unimportant compared with the question whether the working-wome- n in your town receive a living wage and bear their children amid proper surroundings. The hislor of our civil war is incomplete as taught in the schools if years afterwards the daughters and granddaughters of veterans dp not understand such a simple proposition as this: "The woman who bears a child risks her life for her country." r Can get relief at the FAMOUS g SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medical discovery of three German Scientists that dibsolips Uric Acid Crjstals and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to take, and will not affect the weakest stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Law to be absolutely fiee from opiates or harmful drugs of any description SOLACE is a pure specific in every way, and has been proven beyond question to be the surest and quickest remedy for Uric Acid Troubles Known to medical science, no matter how long standing. It reaches and removes the root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and relieved." purifies the blood. A SECOND STATEMENT. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek When Mrs. Pumphrey was interview- are the Sole U. S. Agents and have ed on Feb. G, 1912, she 's thousands of voluntary testimonial letKidney Pills are a great medicine. ters which have been received from They promptly relieved me and I gladgrateful people SOLACE has restored ly confirm what I said some years ago to health. Testimonial letters, literrecommending them." ature and FREE BOX sent upon For sale by all dealers Price 50 cts. Foster-Milbur- n R. Lee Morris, president of the First Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United Slates. National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote Remember the name Doan's and the Solace Company a3 follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace take no other. to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose SI. This remedy has Intensive Farming. been used by some friends of mine Mr. B. F. Harrio of Champaign, 111., here and I must say its action was won addressed the Virginia Bankers' derful. (Signed) R. L. Horns. Association some weeks ago on th, and $1. boxes. Put up in 2o., subject, "The Soil and the Man." IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL Nothing in his address was more strik- AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY ing than his repetition of a question put TAKING SOLACE. "No Sptcial by Abraham Lincoln fifty yeary ago: Treatment Schemc3 or Fees". J UST Unquestionably it will takte more .SOLACE ALONE does the work. labor to produce fifty bushels of wheat Write today for the fiee box, etc. fiom an acre than to produce ten bushels SOLACE REMEDY CO.. from the same acre but will it take Battle Creek Mich. more labor to produce fifty bushels from one acre than from five? Intensive farming is no new fad. It is only agricultural common sense so long as its principles are intelligently applied. Mr. Harris does not exaggerate in saying that "the farmer on the farm, farming on a soil- - conserving basis, is the most important citizen of the nation said:-"Doanst. -. coTumur.i r., sIk t v. t- ;i -, . ;i:at n i.i ejesom j Bigfe-In j'iM n ;, 4ji.t c. .JI-pa:ntc- .j : 5 n .r bv;jfsf. vr U hi v.l kki X j. ! aw.!, yoi - yM:x-.:- , .i s.i'iuhl bee thc lioeiiix White Lead (Dutch Buy Painter Trade .Mark) and Pure Linseed Oil. Taint is SkCim; ti. : l.xsl c:n jo oLluhicd. 7c s '.I tVre nr.t:rhb as :ah. Wjuh:-- ! : . vtcll as xLi tlcraliK: tvruits w.t'i i.,'.i jurat, it c liri- - .1 any tiat and any static wcH urcl en your Lnlldlsg. You caa if we can't h-- . ctltr pjiatia Come h anl : that ss all tte s h-x- i: ! Epta! requisites. and sr-a tnik vi'Ti a coJor scheme u? vg r to your n-- izzlc G.G.&J E.Sfornies res cfl i u ft a ri tf. it nk vr4 n i a xi fc I A Lancaster has one of BEST EQUIPPED 29 & -- Nil the j i5 v- ;r HERE'STHEBOQ ?S&5te. i'g sTJi jft- - h a 8 South of the Ohio Riv &r That a:! of the water bottleJ by our plaat is distiHetl first, therefore it is absolutely pure That alt of our drinks r.rt Dollied" ia r Jxrtlfrs. That we have one of the n est and might also add the most expensive v.aing unfits it is i otsil'tj to obtain. We do not use brown bottles foi the reason that it is a self evident fact that it is easier to detect any dirt or other matter in a clear bottle tha'i a hrov.n one. We bottle in clear bottles from distilled water, Mint Cola. Ginger Ale. Grange. Lemon, Strawberry aitd the other iiavors. Come in and see us at our plant and ite how tlnse drinks are put up. A.--k fjr Mint (Va and other drinks bottled by us and see that the name is on the boale and crown. ch-acer.-.nlel- o w or saeifa LTC M iKffls-sssasa&v-vj.A:- Grab OreSiapd Springs PLEASURE, HEALTH and REST RESORT. CHECK CHRONIC RHEUMATISM NOW 1 1 Rheuma Thoroughly Drives out Deep EOURBOII Seated Uric Acid Poison. REMEDY CO.. II-- h Jno. S. Robinson, Pres. J. B. Willis, x ) 'V f ii. There is only one way to be free from imRheumatism the accumulated Enclosed find photo cf hoc t v as cnr-- M v!th your Bo.rUm purities caused by an excess of Uiic holerrxThis hcjf was turnout Ko; Ciiom ;?n-idC"ul ln:.o Acid poison must be expelled from the he xncd.cne, and then was entirely ov. :r pt loss of cars, till. e.o. The !io Is ued ft bj X $12.. body. That is what RHEUMA will do Mr. Slules Ewnnr. cf BowLng Green. ICr. J c will be clad to e've you n. testimonial, and e and do it thoroughly. If you suffer can get several more if you want them. JENKINS SUULETT DllUG CO.. from any form of Rheumatism Sciatica Bonlin; Gruca, Ky. Inflammatory, Arthritis, Muscular, Lumbago or Gout get a bottle of RHEUMA from a for 50 cents- -it Is Sold by HASELDEN BROS. guaranteed. is "For six years I was a cripple on lot-Col- a Secty-Trea- s. ! from Rheumatism. One bottle crutches Si of RHEUMA cured me completely." jj? Kentucky Fair Dates. J. K. Greenberg, 2238 Cottage Grove Ave , Chicago, III.... The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Faird for 1913 as "It is for the American woman to BL'CKrVK. know why millions are shut out from far as reported. Officers of faits aie requested to repoit to us any omissions the full benefits of such education, art Little Agnes Carter is seriously ill or corrections of dates: and science as the race has thus far with dipthcria. woachieved. We must know why a Palis, Sept. 2- -5 days The protracted meeting will begin at Alexandria, Sept. days. man who owns property has no voice the Baptist church here next Sunday Fulton, Sept. 2- -5 days. in selecting the men who make laws morning September 14th. Fiankfort, Sept. 2 4 days. we must that affect her property, Mr. Lillard Miles returned to LouisSomerset, Sept. days. know why a woman who earns wages ville, Monday after a short stay with !?SK Bardstown, Sept. dajs. has nothing to say about the choice Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. Forls&ntsaiidOUlnren. We can serve as your Adminisrrator.Guardian.Trustee and Barboursville, Sept. drys. of the men who make laws that govf Misses Katie Dickerson of Richmond Ka n v Tomkinsville, Sept. days. ern her wages. We must know why a t:rvv" save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, and Bess Brown of Lancaster were You days. Franklin, Sept. fifty of our sisters were hundred and guests of Mrs. George Ray last week. Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Stock CertifiHodgenville, Sept. killed in New York in a shirtwaist facda.vs. ifcCCfc Monticello, Sept. days. tory fire, and nobody to blame. We A little girl arrived at the home of ;wt' cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouhle, misMorgantown, Sept. 11 3 days. must know why our fathers, brothers Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bogie Sunday night Ma. 01.01. i ?tit vi . r Falmouth, Sept 10 1 days. and husbands are killed in mines and August 31st, and has been christened Geneva. ery and legal expense. Put vour valuable papers in one of Kentucky on railroi ds. State Fair, Louisville, We women, who are I Another of earths fairest flowers has Sept. 15- -C days. natural conservationists, must find out to3fc our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. JLtt.Ci why the sons we bring forth tare been gathered by the Master to bloom Scottsville. Sept. 18- -3 days. ' in heaven in the death of little Mar-- 1 Horse Cave, Sept. 214 days. drawn up in line and shot. We must Bowling Green, Sept. 244 days. organize with our more enlightened shal Hendren Noel the youngest son of & PrcwjfesDsacnasKrJ-nos- s Adairville, Sept. 253 days. brothers and declare a general strike Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Noel. The angels gathered round him at midnight of ar.'I RjstCcataiRsnciAr Paducah, Sept. 304 days. against war. OpiuraIoi-phhSept-5tand took his sweet little norrirrdl Glasgow, Oct. days. NOTKJLKCOTti?, spirit to his heavenly home which Murray, Oct. days. " My father was a Confederate sol- Jesus has prepared for him. LitElkton, Oct. 2- -3 days. dier, and I respect soldiers. But I tle Marshal, who was a Sunday School Hopkinsville, Oct. C 6 days. grow more and more suspicious of the pupil has gone to dwell with Jesus to Mayfield, Oct, das. political powers that take men away welcome father, mother, sisters and ECBfrom their work and set them shoot- brothers. His body was interred in ing one another. Not all the military the Lancaster cemetery, with short OF LANCASTER. Official Directory Of Garrard County. poem3 that I have read have roused services at the grave conducted by in me an heroic desire to welcome my Rev. J. W. Beagle. Circuit Judge "ou. Ciiaries A. Hnrdin. Copitol Apcrfect Piaedy fcr CorsTiji brother home with a bullet in his Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emmet Pur- niiii .jiiui .iijUkiiii.;jtitM We women have the privilege heart J ear. rSTt Wcnos.Convuki.'KisJ'e'.TrisIr A. R. DENNY, President trT'O of going hungry while our men are in Circuit ClerV William B. Mason. ncssaidlOSSOFSLEE?. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't Master Commissioner W. II. Brum. battle, and it is our right to be wid:5ESt Trnstte Jury Fund litnj. K. KuMiison. RcSiaiJa Signature cf owed and orphaned by political stuS. C. DENNY, Cashier. . Sue Shelby Ofiiclal Court Stenographer pidity and economic chaes. To be R. T. EMBUY, Ass't Cashier.' Mason. f. J. 1.. Gill, and Personal County Judge A. I) Ford. sure, we are not allowed to vote for or Of Farm The Centawi CoispaxT, County Attorney J 1. Kobinson. against the man who declares war; Property NEW YOHK. County Clerk J. ". llainiltmi. but we can instruct ourselves unoffi Safety Deposit Boxes Rent. Deputy clerk Hnrr Tomliusoii. Having decided to move, I will on cially in these matters. We women Coroner J, A. Jones. STm 3n& S flfn WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. must educate ourselves, and that with-- . Thursday, Sep. 25th. 1913 Sheriff George T. Ballard. m Deputy SLerlff C. A. UouInnii. out delay." Sp32o' Guaranteed underthe toodaii u SM Samual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. beginning at 10 o'clock on the premises, Superintendent of Schools Mis Jennie Illg- . rftW afigctjK W trt H C miles South West of Paint Lijk Stormes, S. C. tas& B W and glrs. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. MILLERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE Exact Copy of Wrapper. 3 miles South East of Point Leavel on Assessor W. S. Carrier. THt CCNTAUR COMPANY. NtTfTORH CITY. Deputy Assessor E. B. Bay. the Richmond and Crab Orchard road Jailer Jack Adams. MILLERSBURG, KY. in Garrard. County, sell to the highest Supervisor ot Koads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer B. F. Hudson. following property: T&&2&BkJ3JknbJSTSyMI An Attractive Home School For Girls. bidder theimproved small farm j J&&J&J3r2&nQk0 A well of about t MAGISTRATES. B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Preat. JPupils are surrounded with an atmos- - 55 acres situated in a good ncighbor- - J. P. Bourne 1st, Dlst. phere of culture, wholesome fellowship hood on three main roads. Near school, Logan I sou 2nd. Dlst. W. O. Rigney, As3't Cash'r. r. J. J. Walker, Jr., Harrison Kay 3rd, Pist. and safe religious environment. New churches and three stores. Has a four , James Coldiron 1th. Dlst. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. buildings combining all modern conven- - room dwelling, new tobacco barn, all i COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. iences. Health record unsurpassed. ! necessary out buildings, good orchard ORGANIZED 1883. Academic and College Entrance Cours- - and never failing water. Land will Cronlty Broaddus. 1st. Dlst. R D McMurtr) Sod Dlst. es. Music Department under skilled produce any kind of crop, GQP-SVlEDlCilNJES O. J. Hendren. 3rd. Dlst. S artists trained in Germany, Lecture I Will also sell a fine family mare, Thomas P. King. 4th. Dlst. and Concert Course. Domestic Science, cow and calf, eight hogs, some farming Compounded according to the Original & CITY O F LANCA 8TE R. The growing populanty of the school implements, tobacco sticks, some new OF LANCASTER, KY. rormulas & Eccipe3 ot Charlie "WTiitc-Moo- n, is evidenced by the fact that a number lumber and a small crop of hay and Mayor H. T. Logan. Tho Ccv-bo-y Herbalist, for the treatment City Judge E. W. Harris. of human nilmonts. Endorsed in the Bible. oi pupils were turned away last ses- - corn. City Attorney R. II. Tomllnson. Thousands of Testimonials. tho Also my household and kitchen City Clerk II. K. Herudon. sion lor tne lacK ot room to accommoGreat Body-Tcni- c. SCIENCE SOPE, for tho Hudate them. This bank is supervised by the United States Government furniture which includes several rare City Assessor John M. Mount. CH,KLIEVHITE-JIOOman Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write City Treasurer D. A. Thomas. Expenses for board, tuition, etc. old pieces. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all Tie Ccwhj Baiinjt Chief Police L. E. Herrou. lower than other schools of like grade. Terms liberal and made known on ORISINArOR OF things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. CHARLIE WKITE-MOG- N COONCILMEN. &ena ior catalog ana engage a room day of sale. cn5E idui EthcS.ES Gregory. Parker II. C. Hamilton. Make this bank YOUR bank. early. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. 3721 West Droadway Louisville, Kentucky LYDIA MURPHY. & sr.tECE sope W. M. Zanone. B. F. Walter. ' Millersburg, Ky. ' R. F. D. No 2. Paint Lick, Ky. Q 8 Greenleaf. Wm.Herndou. y. RATES?8. $10. and a week cu-e- d. I i "rAs gU4sjgjl iJ Sanitarv Bottling uo w?&v&&i$&&$$i REMEMBER 25 i 24 34 33 34 43 93 94 jtfW&tof$3 mm novo Always Bought Bears the signature of The Garrard Bank Trust Company mmtimm e I AMJ h, 14 14 THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus 84 -l' j;;i $30,000. Public Sale. Ml-n- Book-Keepe- n4 ) For Over tm5 For Thirty Years 3 K -f Di-nn- asffti IBMTJB Book-Keepe- Citizens National Bank Surplus $40,000. Capital $50,000. Wmf' N R, wsiTE-anc- Mrs. t' ii $v r-cig- e o CHICKAMAUGA-CHATTANOOGA The Central Record, Friday, Sept 12, 1913. NATIONAL ;s. i. ; MILITARY PARK CC AMISSION CONTEST. L'o Yoa 1 Far Consumption? Er3EjrK7r7E sxsvslSj!Trr:3ssl!3r7:!ssss:, ,Tn.. - i 3wwiWS ZL- - AJ5.iS5 y 5V l ,v-- . ri-r- 'i .' i&2rvi'l srL4 srbCs'aS ?" .r . -- .jr' 'r&tsvr'ismism jl ..tf v 7"- '""? 3J2sSS3aA? jfiiB "SJi'Sia&t&Ktji . "t . d Continued from Page 1. appr aci.ed. sliou in 1 .,.' i"f"r;r""s Ti---?- If you have not you ppr.-ion- Defendants. S. Archer's et al. until a later date. Communicate with I i'nrsuant to a judgment rendered at all of these; explain to them that you the June Term lal3, the undersigned ' get the biggest votes for your efforts commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court Houe door 111 Lan- now, and under the circumstances caster, Ky at 11 o'clock a. rn. or there-- . they won't refuse to help you. It is abouts, on w bargain time in this record braaking MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd. 191:: contest and you simply 'cannot afford STANFORD. to fail to avail jourself in the fullest of the Garrurd I it being the first day Mrs Eliza A Blaine is visiting rela County Couit term, the real estate of this magnificent offer. tives in Danville. mentioned in the pleadings and describdon't chlieve foolish rumors. Mr. II. C. Wray and family of Daned as follows:- "You might as well quit" Miss . . . Said land is in Canard county on ville spent Monday with Mrs. Woodie Oflice Phone 3 Residence Phone 27 what is known as the Gooch pike about I heard about a fellow whose uncle Hale. two miles from Point Leavel and desknows a man who saw a man who Mr. J. C. Bailey of Crab Orchaid cribed thus: said his father knew a man who told LANCASTKR. KY. was with his Tract No. 1. him he had heard about a contestant time Monday. father here for a short (South end) who had over three million votes alMrs. W H Higgins and daughter Beginning at a point 8J feet N 11 J W ready and who said she was going to Miss Mary spent from an oak pointer, said point a coc- win if she had to spend a hundred Louisville shopping. several days in ner to George Leavell, thence with dollars." i said Leave!) S. 11J E. 2U.75 chains to a Mr Joseph Hopper returned to DanAnd there you are. I point 0 ieet west Right away 01 a young sugar ville Mondav to enter for his final year tret., corner to Mrs. Rout and John some of the candidates who are of the at Central University. Newland and W. II. turr; thence witn casuy aiscourageu Kina come in with a YOU1 Mrs Wm Gooch and daughter of to li stone. j Furr S Got W 3.2U chains expression and their corner to same and w. fa. Walker; with Lexington have been I hearts full of gloom. Only the idle Mrs Winfred Duncan. guests of Mr and 'J.lH chains to the Walker N S8i W Reading Left to Right: Major Cummlngs, of Georgia; Gen. Chas. H. Grosvenor, Ohio, Chairman; Gen. John T. corner post of a wire fence, corner to Wilder, Tennessee; Col. Baxter Smith, Tennessee; Capt. James rolK Smartt, Tennessee, Historian; John rumor of nsome idle party who had Dr E J Brown will return Friday composed of both Unjon antj Confederate Veterans, and it heard that some one knew a girl who same and Smith Burnside and Ed and F. Randolph, Superintendent. This Commission is G E I Sim Kennedy, with lust named N has offered its services in the p ans for the entertainment of Veterans 0f the G. A. R. on the local battle- was fortunate enouch to secure n from Philadelphia where he syent two 3.57 chains; N 17 E 3.3-weeks attending lectures. chains to a during the Encampment ft Chattanooga in September. fields three year subscription. W 4.47 chains to a stone; stone, N(j;i We are glad to state that Mr Will S 33J W 5.71 chains to a stone in origi In this contest, reports will doubtWearen is able to be out and was f" nal line and corner to said Kennedys less be circulated by enthusiastic mingling with the crowd Monday. and in line to Ouen Gillispie; then with friends engaged in the support of their Giihspie N 51 W 0 5s chain to a forked Miss Isabella Givens. of Danville, csndidates, about this and that candi has been mulberry; N 27f W passing corner to the attractive guest of Miss Gillispie and Taylor Hignite at 0.37 date that has such a big vote reserve Isabella Denny for several days. chain.--- , in all 33.01 chains to a stake in or about what they are going to do at Rev. and Mrs P L Bruce returned Hignite's line and a new corner to the last. In fact, already the contest this Tract No. 2; thence division line to X, week from Spring Hill, Tenn., manager has heard about a couple of 2 N 58 E 11.79 chains to a point iB midwhere theyhave had a delightful visit dle of turnpike, corner to same; therce HOW CHATTANOOGA WILL EN- these" reports and upon tracing them to with relatives. with middle of pike S 4GJ E 8 08 chain the source, found there was nothing to TERTAIN AND CARE FOR Miss Mary Higgins left Wednesday to a point 0 feet X E of S W edge of them. These stories start up in evmetal; S 02 E 20.90 chains to a point HOSTS OF GRAND ARMY for Rock Hill, South Carolina to reery contest but when it came to a 21 feet east of middle of pike ami at sume her duties as teacher of music in OF THE REPUBLIC. "show down" at the last, the content east edge of dirt road, corner to Hisf- the large and successful school at thatt Niite and in line to W S Walker; thence manager has found frbm experience in place. with Walker along east side of turn past contests that it is "all talk". Mrs Jennie Adams and daughter Miss pike S 3(5$ E 1.08 chains to a point .S A Thriving, Enterprising and Hustling Your competitors are simply trying to feet east of middle of pike in line to Elizabeth of Greenville Texas who City of 100,000 Population and Ade- bluff you out. The reports which are Walker and corner to Geo. Leavell: have spent the summer in Lincoln quate Means fcr Handling Large thus circulated will doubtless have a thence leaving pike and with Leavell county left this, Thursday morning for S 7H W 13 25 chains to the beginning Conventions. tendency to chill the ardor of the work- their home. containing 7G.SG acres. ing contestants but the candidates are Misses Alice and Roe Alcorn left Tract No. 2. Chattanooga, Tean. (Special.) The hereby warned that such reports are (North End) this week to resume their work as inpeople of Chattancosa successfully en- usually found to have been carefully Office Citizens National Bank Beginning at a stake in line to Tai -structors of the deaf in the schools at tertained a crowd of more than 100,-00- passed to the right parties to reach the Cove Spring, Ga., and Knoxville Tenn. lor II ignite and a new corner to Tract visitors on the occasion of the Re- candidates strongest opponent, so reepectively. No. 1 thence with Hignite X 27J W 15.95 chains to a point, correr to Higunion of Confederate Veterans in May. that candidates will become discourMr J R Beazley of Jacksonville. nite; N 36 E 0 10 chains to a point in This was done without seriously tax- aged. Don't bo easy; don't let your Florida, arrived Sunday for a visit the middle of turn pike, corner to said ing the ability and hospitality .of the competitor bluff jouout. Just stick to Hignite; thence with middle of pike S with relatives here. His wife and community. It 13 believed here that the finish and you'll find out that jou daughter who have 0U E 10 58 chains to a point 2 feet been in Kentucky east of middle; S 29 E 8.4.5 chains; S more reople will attend the Annual weie badlv woriied about nothing. all Summer will return with him to Do You Own a 40 E 0.57 chain to a point in middle of Encampment of the Grand Army of JUST REMEMBER. Florida. middle of pike and corner to Tract No. the Republic, September than 1; thence leaving pike and with line of Votes cannot be bought. They must Mr and Mrs C. E. Tate and" their attended the Confederate Reunion, and be secured on subscriptions or clipped guests La Duchess do Chast-u- l No. 1 S 58 W 11 79 chains to the bePure Bred Boar? Praslin ginning containing 17.51 acres. arrangements are being made in and Misses Louise and Margaret Pajne from the paper. The pun)M' of this sale is to pay the with that belief. LexingVotes France, motored not transferable the reidue of Archer -Tift :.. Ul i. , r uiu.uiuoog.1 .nas a popand no are positivelywill be issued in of Paris other points in thetobluegrass If not, why not? Try one of my debts of S. proceeds and pay to S. Archany of the to ton and vote baot more tnan iw.ouo by a cen bIank- - Th uiauon 01 Durocs and watch your profits grow ers committee. must bear the name of Monday. ua umi-iub urs 1 01 me year unuci candidate before they leave this office. TERMS. Mr and Mrs Thomas Shanks spent My spring pigs are by Sires of municipal direction. Chattanooga is The land will be first offered in two There is NO POSSIBLE WAY that Wednesday with relatives here en a manufacturing center, and its ability anyone can find out how many votes a route from Lebanon, where they have Grand Champions and out of sows tracts and then as a whole and the bids thought most beneficial to the estate to handle large crowds, and to raise candidate has in reserve unless that been guests of Mr and Mrs Richard of royal breeding. Also have a few will be accepted. The sale will be made money to finance large undertakings, No one Spalding Putnam, to their home at on a credit of six months, and the purcandidate tells it herself. lias already been established. No bred gilts for sale Entire herd Columbus, Ga. chaser or purchasers will be required knows how many any candidate has was encountered, for example, to execute bond or bonds with approved against cholera. Miss Clara Cooper who had accepted MONUMENT, CHICKAMAUGA in raising the large fund to finance the not even the contest manager himself, REGIMENTAL SEVENTH MINNESOTA security for the purchase price, due in for no record is kept of the votes is- a position in the California school for PARK, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Confederate Reunion undertaking, and Prices low, quality high. Satis- six months, bearing interest atsix per cent per annum from date until paid, none has been encountered in securing sued on subscriptions and they are not the Deaf is very sick at Oakland, Cal-, Call and see having the force and effect of a judgfc,,.., the necessary fund to entertain the counted until they are put in the ballot ifornia, of typhoid fever. She was too faction guaranteed. ment, upon which execution may issue, G. A. It. Encampment. Under the system which the sick when she arrived there to take my herd. Phone 363-Every visitor box. payable to W. H. Brown. Master Comto Chattanooga during the Confederate contest is conducted, it is bound to be up her duties. Her many friends here missioner, and a lien will be reserved Reunion found a comfortable place to fair and square and every contestant sincerely hope that she will soon reupon the property sold until all the pursleep, and the capacity of the city for will have impartial treatment. cover. chase money is paid. feeding was more than adequate to the W. H. Brown, M. C. O. C. C. If jou secured a subscription earlier Our Graded and High schools opened demand. Lancaster, Ky. in the contc st and can now get the Monday with about four hundred in J. E. Robinson. Attorney for Plffs. Chattanooga of has been built The faculty is unusualsince the conflict between the two subscriber to pay more we willgiveyou attendance. great armies drenched these historic the difference in votes. Send the print- ly good and another prosperous year is Saphronia Fox, forfields with blood and devastated this ed letters or call by teltphone all of assured. Miss SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION section 01 tne fcioutn as probably no your friends that you cannot reach per- - merly of Garrard county, and Mr. Wilother .section was devastated. The'sonally We will furnish you all the son of Providence, Ky., are the new combatants threw themselves upon letters and receint books that vou need teachers. Mr Wilson is principal of each other on these fields with a fury and would advise you to send out the high school and if there is anything in a name he will certainly be a was not surpassed on any other several hundred j that letters. success. fields, and hillsides ran red with the FRIENDS YOU ARE NEEDED. blood of nearly 50,000 Americans. Of the historic scenes around ChatAre you a friend, relative or ac( tanooga which appeal not only to those quaintance of some candidate in this who fought in the civil war, but to the big race. Do you realize that right , public generally, Chickaraauga battle- FOR THE HAIR now is the time that your subscription field may well be placed at the front Round Unsightly matted colorless scraggy Round 'The casualties on this field, including is most needed for the Big 20000 vote hair made fluffy soft abundant and 1 offer of the contest is now in force. dead, wounded and missing, were near radiant with life at once. Use Parisian 35,000, and the percentage of loss for You don't want to see your candidate Sage. It comes in 50c bottles. the combined armies, of troops actual- lose by just a few votes, do you? No, The first application removes dandruff, SPECIAL TRAIN ly engaged, was near 33. This high of course you don't. You wouldn't be stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair, takes percentage of loss is not equalled any- - a friend if you did. Many and many a away the dryness and brittleness, increases where in the world for two days' fight- - prjze has been lost in campaigns of this the beauty of the hair, making it wavy lng. xnen, there are Lookout Moun kind by a very small margin of votes. and lustrous. tain, the scene Everyone needs Parisian Sage. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. by the Federal troops against obsti ", From present indications, this is going R. E. McRoberts & Son. to be a very close race at the finish and nate defense; Missionary Ridge, may stormed by the Northern trnnns unci perhaps just one subscription swept for a distance of nearly three decide the winner of thebigprize. Ycu CAVALRY, ON LYTLE HILL, CHICKAMAUGA miles of all Confederate forces. Cas- - would feel mighty mean if your FIRST WISCONSIN ualties in all the battles of Chatta- - "favorite" lost the Pony and Outfit PARK, CHATTANOGA, TENN. , nooga were approximately 47,000 men. ' just for lack of the votes your own of the way of boating, excursions and the Part occupied "eM a of CWckamauga is subscription would bring and you had SPECIAL PROGRAM PLANNED. w by garrison of United not handed in your subscription. Don't like, with flights of troops this post soon in your subscrip- duiing the encampment. These free States regular let this happen-Jia- nd Chattanooga, Tenn. A special profeatures will be prominent during the thousand acres form or if you are already taking gram for the entertainment of visitors government tion a week of the encampment, with others the Pa"er- - W UP for a Ver or more to the 47th National Encampment of added as the program is completed by reservation, the Chlckamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park, on longer. Just send the subscription the Grand Army of the Republic, Sep- the committee. which there are 2,000 memorials and direct to the candidate or direct to the is being planned on a tember We will rent you an understroke model 6, 7 or 8 large scale. Chief among the special monuments in memory of the troops Central Record office but be sure you features now undef consideration is a VISITORS CAN VISIT KNOXVILLE who fought on the bloody ground ' send it before, Sept. 24lh for it will EXPOSITION. Beautiful winding roads give access now bring the biggest votes, sham battle between two brigades of Remington Typewriter for One Quarter Year at $5.00. to the points of Interest throughout, U. S. regular troops at Snodgrass Hill, . contestants. notice to Chattanooga, Tenn. One of the rea- following in as large degree as poss.ble the creator of Chicamauga. It is beFurthermore, we will, at the expiration of the quarter, lieved by the management of the local sons for extending the 47th National the roads of war time. Lookout Moun- - If yoa will Send InTen.(10) Subscrir-tai- n encampment association that such a Encampment of the Grand Army of and Missionary Ridge, in part, are tions Paid for one year or more before let you apply this $5.00 on the purchase of a machine. feature will be greatly enjoyed by the the Republic, to be held here in Sep- included in the historic ground which next Thursday night, we will give you old soldiers and encampment visitors. tember, over a period of six days, is now has government attention. the Difference in votes Between the These are the most advantageous rental terms we have Battlefields and environments ol preEent Schedule and the one in Force The desire Is that the young men of to allow visitors to Chattanooga ample the regular army shall furnish enter- time to visit the National Conserva- such historic Interest are expected tc ,Mt two weeks on a Suoscrip tainment of" a military character for tion Exposition at Knoxville, Tenn. attract a large crowd tc .Chattanooga ever made. NOW is the accepted time for YOU to obturned ; under the 10,000 vote ,. the Burvlvprs of the civil war who This exposition extends from the first uuiiiig me uuuauijjuicui nccA, acpicui- - tions al . get the to ' will be here to attend the encamp of September to the last of October, ber and the management of thej" tain the use of a Remington "Recognized Leader ment The Tennessee river washing and will attract creat interest anions encamnment association Is making : same Big votes As Are Now In force Subscriptions turned in under the the northern boundary of the city of people who are concerned In conserv- ' preparations to care for all veterans on all Among Typewriters." Chattanooga will afford pleasure In ing the resources of the United States and visitors. last offer. If you do not fully understand this offer, call or write the ConVisible Model No 10. test Manager. .o so at once a..-- l lce no time tirg in communication. Remcm-als- o all those you saw earlier in the contest who put you off No latter hov chronic ;'our cough or ynur "hroat or lung ? ilnv'nt how s.. is, Dt Kings Ne.v Discov ry will sure-- Ij hel, you; it may sa your life. b'.Umr dreen, Itlalichi.e Col. writes "Two Joctors sa:d I .had consumption and not liv two yeis. 1 used Dr. King's New Discovery and am alive and well." Your money refunded if it fails to benefit you. The best home remedy for coughs, colds; throat and lung troubles. Price 50c and $1.00, Guaranteed by It. E. McRoberts & Son. Commissioner s Sale Of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. i j ' S. Archer's Com. ct al. VS. Plaintiff, J ft BEAZLEY Funeral Director i and Embalmer INSUP.E Ap"flint woe-bego- TOBACCO MAIL smmsstmsmmmmssimwse NCAMPMENT PREPARATION STORM with red P Fi isble 0 Mr. Farmer 15-2- I u dim-cult- B. F. Robinson, y CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Sept28th, 1913. PARISIAN SAGE llBW4ftlai'Wi EHHHHMHI ' Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am . J ! hydro-aeroplane- -' Remington Typewriter 3 Months for $5.00 1G-2- J ' I 15-2- j" Coburns Minstrels One Month $3.00. Six Months $15.00 upon Request. Complete Catalogue At Opera House, Friday.Sept 19th Remington Typewriter IXCOBPO RATED. Co. pi 134 South Fourth Ave. LOUISVILLE, KY. &.' The Centfai Fteeard, Friday, ept TJt... ,. -- VX i 1 8. .!. - Page ? w to! v. - aasygsggsssMSjsg8sssteSs3gss3s i i ; IT I IT H4 T 1 i 1 ABOUT WHERE TO BUY YOUR FALL MERCHANDISE I I ill i I i i if:) jgr Our Fall Stock is now complete with all the newest creations in Suits, Coats and Dresses as well as all other Ladies Wearing apparrels. We invite an early inspection. w 1 1 1: m mm "J. KS&n T JJL-lJl- S3 J in rv r& UTW.-- s U4 311 -i i-Z- Vi, I 1M1 I The Horns of New Creations. Style Leaders. I s&asacafaaaaefiaas: -- We Write Anv linci or ..- lancea . . .j SiSUfiACE Office at National Bank. Ky. I j j ft Gossip About People Miss Marv Dalton left thi3 week to enter Hamilton College. ; NN - t BEAZLEY & COLUER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. Phone 27. PE n n I ll I I 1 . I - a Misses Mamie and Jennie Dickerson ford visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. S. of Richmond are guests of Miss Minnie Fish. Brown. Miss Gracie May Cochran has been i We Are Right In Miss Jane Bell has returned to her in Stanford visiting her aunt Mrs. W. home in Lexingten after a visit to Mi3s S. Fish. The Swing Edna Berkle. Mrs. J. C. Eubanks of Stanford has i with the latest patterns . j Samuel B, Hanis of Louisville has been with her mother Mrs. Belle Y& "f ?' .$? and shades in Dress Goods been with his parents Judge and Mrs Perkins. E. V. Harris. for the coming season NovMr. Robert Dugan of Bardstown, elties that all jr' Miss Charlotte Pollitt is at home from was the recent guest of his friend W. J&i&l a visit with relatives in Flemingsburg B. Mason Jr. DRESSY LADIES' and Vanceburg. 1 Mr. B. F. Hudson and Judge L. L. will at once fall in love Harald B. Ray, teacher in the High Walker are in Denver Colorado for a School in Richmond has been visiting business ttip. with, and all of the hest Mrs. W. T. West. weaves and in good wearDr. J. M. Acton and Mrs. Acton have Mr3. Chas Rankin and Miss Katheryne been recent visitois of Dr. T. J. Acton ing qualilies. We invite the ladies to call and inspect our Hamm were in Somerset last week and in Lincoln countv. attended the fair. grade Dry Goods. We. are Mrs. Charles F. Denman of Nicholas-vill- e new offerings in all lines of high Mrs. Ann Robinson is at home from is here at the bedside of her little a stay with her sister Mrs. James nephew Charles Bastin. able to offer you bargains that will be sure to tempt you. Francis of Paint Lick. Mrs. Emma Frye of Charlotte N. C. Miss Lstty May McRoberts returned and Mrs. Nancy Wearen of Mississippi Saturday from a most enjoyable sum- j are guests of Mrs. V. A. Lear. mer's tour in Europe. Little Miss Sallie Cook Gregory of Judge Lewis L. Walker and Mr. B. Winchester, is here with her parents JL--. F. Hudson left Saturday for a weeks Mr. and Mrs. J. Parker Gregory. business trip to Denver Colo. Mrs. W. R. Powell, of Nieholasviile, Mrs. W. A. Speath is in Louisville and Miss Eliza I?on, of Bryantsville, this week visiting relatives and will are guests of Mrs. W A Dickerson. remain until after the State Fair. Mis3 Sue SI elby Mason has returned Misses Alva Holtzclaw and Jessie from an enjoyable visit with her cousin Stanford Lee Phillips P n HnmA fe recent guests of Miss Marie have been Mrs. J. W. Taylor at Crystal Lake. I riToMK, yivi-of Ballard. v wut, Misses Rella and Mary Arnold will Mrs. Sallie Ross Lawson and son leave next week for a visit of several . r?T r f- Geoige are at home after a visit of days at the State Fair in Louisville. BE HAPPY some length with friends in Illinois. Mr. Alexandria Robinson left Wed : when the food is not of ? . Misses Katheryne Hamm and Eunice nesday morning for Millersburg where ? '; the best. Try a sack of Prather were in Richmond the first of he will attend Millersburg Academy. the week visiting frinds and relatives. ; White Swan Flour and Miss Bessie Rhomas, of Stanford, has of eating know the joy Mike Hays of Louisville arrived Sun- accepted a position as in fine bread, biscuits cake day and will be with Speath & Co. the Via nffinao rf T"Wa Pllrniltt n(1 RlllOlt -. K .., l tobacco buyers during the coming sec-soetc. If all your other Mrs. Walker Guynn and Mrs. Louis food is as good as that Ross of Paint Lick have been visiting baked from Mrs. W. B. Lackey left Tuesday for . V. A. Lear and S. D. Cocha visit of six weeks with her sons Mesdames ran. Messrs Harry and Kay Lackey in Kan-'sa- s WHITE SWAN FLOUR Messrs Thomas Elmore and Wm. City. "Jewduck" Mason left this Thursday you certainly are to be envied. Order a sack today and be gj Mrs. J. C. Hemphill and son J. C. Jr. morning to attend Millersburg Acadhave returned to their home in Louissure it is White Swan. emy. ville after a protracted stay with Miss Frances Fleetwood has returnrelatives. 6). ed to her home in Rome Georgia after Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Irvine returned a visit with her sister Mrs. Theodore to their home in Louisville, on last Currey. 0. Sunday after a visit to Judge and Mrs. B The many friends of Mrs. Ann E. W. Harris. Walker will regret to lean she is ill at After spending the summer with the home of her daughter, Mrs. B. F. relatives in Danville -- and Springfield Hudson. Miss Nancy Goodloe is again with Mr. Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith and little and Mrs. W. O. Goodloe. tg daughters are guests of Mrs. Smith's Samuel Orand has returned to his parents Mr and Mrs. Charles Fox, of home in Waco Texas after several Danville. weeks visit with his cousin Mrs. Fisher Miss Marguerite Hurt and sister Herring of Preachersville. Mrs. Vanhuss visited Harrodsburg and A splendid picture of Miss Emma weie the pleasant guests at the Van- Hughes Hays the popular derviere House. for The Interior Journal appeared in Miss Fannie May Miles has returned Is it better to skimp Saturday's Courier Journal. to her home in Louisville' after a visit Miss Allie Arnold left Tuesday for on your lumber now with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Pittsburg where she will teach again in Miles at Buckeye. a D. D. Institute. She will receive an and spend liberally Judge and Mrs. M. D. Hughes have increase in salary this year, returned from a most enjoyable stay forever after or is it Charles Bastin the handsome five daughter Mrs. Percy Noland with year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henley in their Washington. to get the right better Seattle V. Bastin is recovering from a serious Mr. and Mrs. John Lynn and childkind of lumber at the start and make the first cost of your illness of membranous croup. ren of Stanford have been visiting building the only one for years to come? If you are as sen Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Gooch and Mrs. J. M. Mount and entered their daughter, Miss Vernell have returned you are we'll sell you your next lumber sible as we think little son Stewart in school here. home after a visit to their daughter, needed. Miss Estella Conn, of the Chemical Mrs. Richard Chandler of Crab Orchard Library, of the College oL Pharmacy, Louisville, was here for a visit with We regret very much the illness of of her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. B. Conn. Mrs. H. T. Logan. Mrs. Logan is sufMrs H. M. Vanhuss and two pretty fering with a throat affection and has been confined to' her room for some daughters Misses Gertrude an J Nellie left Sunday for their home in Okla. time. he: icmc: '-- 3C enter Hamilton College, Lexington. Dr. Wheeler accompanied his sister Mrs. J. W. Boland was in Lexington to Midway where ihe entered school. 4 for a stay of several days. Mrs. V. A. Lear has been at Paint L" 3ZES2 Miss Bessie Austin spent Sunday Lick with her sister Mrs. Louis Ross. in Hustonville with her Mr. James Phillips of Lebanon is Miss Bessie Prather is" in Richmond with his friend Mr. Jacob Y. Robinson. visiting her sistr Mrs Vm. Sebastian. Mr. R R. Denton has been in Stan-- , grand-parent- s ' A Brief Mcniion of the Comlpi;! and Goings by Those Wt Are IntcruUd In. Mrs. S. D. Cochran has been in Crab Orchaid for a recuperative stay. Hon R L Pope, of Williamsburg was visiting his father here Saturdpy. I Miss Edna Berkele left this week to D i ygfgjt ' gOBI MVV jflj, J$ r-- 5Vi7 ' R. S. Brown, Lancaster, Ky, in DCZ uoml uu v-r- g ir AWrssx 0 book-keep- er , l- n. - B Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills i I I vtftfaStta; The Point Is t&xS&&1&!tk&i I hst This book-keep- er Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. 1 Friends will r. gret lo hear that Ir. " Samuel Embry continues quite ill at I YOU'LL TLND IT IN TUB COLUMN. Frank Tinder left Monday for hio ,lono on Full Lick pike. V 41 T Hftfcnm riWWl 7 Transylvania University Lexington. J!r w. S. Benzley. of Lexington. Mrs. Lucy Beazlev of Stanford, hns ' was In town Tuesday shaking hands Dora's gallery for ! pfto, the been visiting Mr. and Mrs. L F. Hud-- , with his many friends and making IaU?st inquiries for some good cattle. son. ' For Sate Deefcer 3rsi WjwJgli' Miss Edna Kavanaugh will go shortMrs. Heartha Rogers and daughter. ly to accept a good position in a D. & Miss Helen. Mr?. Margaret Masters ano. Apply at this offlre. D. Institute in Florida. and Mr. Emmet Boirne. of C asilfe, Try a load of oar eottl it w Mr. and Mrs. J. Parker Gregory I nd , visited Mrs. C. II. Clorfc. at Lex- belter tlwn job haro fasrf. ' have been in Winchester for n visit to , ington, Friday. Garrard UUBf ' Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Hal!. vr R. G. Ward of CinciHiwti passed Befope rcnatrng papcts ar Larenster, WeIaesilay aad I Mr. and Mrs. Robert I'.ovd and child- see in. I wilt Hive eat rcn of London were recent quests of stopptd at the Record offc? long ea-- 1 'aittet Mra. DlU Hub 'ough to renew his subscription for' prices. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Bastin. Itpd. j another year. Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn will enFsr Se!e. Curry Robinson, who holds a goI ; tertain Fiidiy evening at her attractive home in East Lancaster. position in the Census Department at! IfuBse awl lots an CrmtK$ S- Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stormes, Washington, D. C, arrived Wednesday 5 4t Jt Ragus. Judge A. D. Ford and Miss Elizabeth for a visit to ids parents, Mr. and Mrs. We are makisg cement Bteefc sink Ford motored to Lexington Wednes- ' C. A. Robinson. Week, ehiifliwy Worli. aid foc- ' Pier day to enter Miss Ford at Sayre , ebb Kelly left Wednesday for a uioek any design or kind. CaHauiIsM. visit to relatives in Scipie. Indianapolis ,, .. IT uwniu auiwb Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie was in Danville anJ other Indians town", lie will return Sunday for the farewell services held by way of I.euisv'He ar.d remain during For Safe, Caeap. at the Baptist church in honor of Win the week of tie Fair. My farm euiainig2& acres will aei Jennings Price before his departure for) Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bourne aitoKi-the- r . from l iinama. r i:t to K etl on .Monday t a six oclccit dmn r. arrt-- l Miit purchaser. Misses Mattie Bell and Sadie Cathcrn the guest of honor being Mrs. Mr.rgeret 2" It W. T. West . Kincaid of Stanford have been the Mrs. Hertha Rog r a:a! pleasant guests of their little cousins daughter Mis Helen and Mr. Emelte Do Yon Want A iscas? s Gladys and Christine Humber of Bourne, of Coatsville Ind. Hvattavillp. If so write or see W. T. EffliPg " Mr. aim .uts. T uourne cnter- rnce f tne loilowing motoreit to llign ' tained informal Wednesday eveningat Harrodbarg. Ky. Splendid fa tn m,!n Bridge Sunday and tpent a delightful - JtHMU M1,lin :,. , tl.(iMliril in JIUIII'A ,.r m,, i day; Misses Minel Bogie, Naney Long Margeret Mas ten, Mrs. Kerthu Roger ' fisd. Eula Blakeman and Messrs Cecil ar.d and dnughu.,. j,;3S jjelen nd Mr Earl Her.dren. i A nieanmliseHst w at! 'Fmi.ttil!mininfPtmii i..,i I.ft IR? lisg.iQJ. which tfce ewnir ciia flrt Mr. Elijah Ford left tor Louisville,, .' w chosen thirdly proviRg same mi Sunday where he will occupy a respon- - .Dr'' ?, K'nn''";l Wmi fop tH. .nonce. J j. i. SB0SF . . . sible position until after the btate . me ifuiL.u Fair in the entiy department in the of- ing of issoeiauon inat Bowling men Green. that bdy Farci Fer Sale. fice of Secretary Newman. This, is a deserved compliment to this Two Hundred acre iAvte gis farai Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Wiley arrived Sat- clever gentleman who ranks high urday accompanied by their son Hansil, among the medical fraternity of the for saie in hijjii str.t! of tnltivatma. Welt improved with p'ety of from Paintsville Ky. and will at once state, water. Prices right ard ternu eajr. take up their permanent abode in their "Rich" in Washington notes to ' A bargain if jwichssed at' once. CaR handsome home on Ltxington street, Danville Advocate says: on or address. S. W. Hagjrv Bryanta, Misses Sue Fisher Respas3 and sis-yH R Robinson. the clewr ville, Ky. Kespass were Hostesses Secret.iry of the Fcntuc!;y ter.Miss ilettic for -. atapart. OSuur.iuj aircmuun u- - ", the Deaf, paid his initial visit to the' rer iaie. . . . youthful gathering. After partaking C.iplta, ,ast week, and vr literally' One tarm coniamiig 110 acre;? seatof delightful refreshments the guests rricd nway with the hmul nn1 ed on the Danville pike three swt una uvn.aDcnn t ii i.yn t;r. i. "j u r. iiifi'inr if. wonder of this great citv. It is con half mik-- fttrni Nicholasvilfe, Ky. witk depart. fidently Le'itvcd up liLie that scire good buiM.'ris f a!lkir.dj. ForlHrtfcer wl,! !l thc Ijailwlois of infomiatiutt atklre.--3 Mrs. E. K. Mr. J. Y. Robinson left Wednesday """ for Coiumbus, Ga where he will spend Danville ar.d will come to Washington Sandusl.v, 72i S. Floyd Su Lottiavilfe, " the winter and look after his immense a3 a benedict, at which time thc Ky. mule trade, whichhe has so successfully beauties of this citv ar.d the u h.ile world, in fact, win appeal to hin. in Small Blue Grass Farm For Sale worked up in that city. a much more picturesque maamr. Miss Iva Lee Smith who trimmed sir. Curry Robinson, of Lancaster, ' Will sell my faun loeatte! seven mite? for Miss Rella Arnold in Lancaster for who has a position on the House sidi from Lancaster on Richmond pike, two several seasons, and who is very pop- in the office of Hon. II.irv.sv lltlm, is miles Irom Paint Lick Church. Hifcli ular here, is trimming for Mrs Wesley making his p.&nj to emit, to lvuutuci.y jtate of culti ation. All nece-ssaroet in Somerset this season. shortly for a brief visit to relatives. buildings. J. F. Higgins, Pnint Lick, jonnme Simpson is oacK irom nis va- - jt j3 ajso n;nteli by his close friends Ky. cation, which was spent attending the that he wii! nlake a few "social ex-- 1 Fara Fer Sale Somerset fair. cuisions" to Danville during his sojourn in Kentucky. My farm of 77 acres, situated on the Mr. Raymond King, of Cement, Lancaster and Kichmord pike 1J nitKrrf Cal. who is visiting his father, Mr. W from Graded School J mile from Public T. King near Hyattsville, paid this Rickelts. School. Within 2 miles, of ! churches. He office a pleasant call Tuesday. Lewis Watts Rickelts, son of Mr. and All in grass, but 13 acres. holds a lucrative" position with the C?(il Cement Co., and is ' Mrs. H.w. B. Kicketts of Danville and improvements, orchard a very enthusiastic over his work there, grand son of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. MeCartj ' bargain if sold in tl.e nxt 30 da ?. He was accompanied by his cousin, foimerly of Lancaster died at his home Bunlett Ramsey. Mrs J II Colton and family, of Berke- - j last Saturday night and was brought Paint Lick. Ky. Reute 2. 'lere Monday for burial. He was five ' ly, Calif jrnia. years old and their only child. Notice To Teachers. The following will be of interest to ' Gone from thi3 wor(J of sorrow an,i You are earnestly requested to hve readers of the Central Record. On' care all monthly reports signed by yor Tuesday night at nine o'clock Miss To a happier land above Mary Burton and Mr. Eugene Alanson ' where the angels are waiting lo wcl- - Chaiinian before sending nnie to me. Converse were united in maniage at ret orts lo me jcurseli, ilo nut come him there reipitst Chiiirman to do this. Semi the home of the bride's parents Mr. And bathe him in Heavenly love. your reports to i our Chairman in" and Mrs. G. W. Burton, the Baptiat envelope fm his signatme, minister the Reverend W, W. Landram Parents and physician did all they could do and iinmedrately upon their returnovu officiating. The bride who is from To restore him to health again will mail them to me. Louisville has been a frequent vi3itor But God in his wisdom tenderly drew Jennie Higgins, Co. Sup't. of Miss Kathleen Walter. From the bed of suffering and pain. .Miss Joan Mount entertained at an The child from whom they had done so For Sale. elegant dinner Wednesday evening in much One of the best farms in Garrard honor of Mr. John Burnside of San To brighten the path he trod Co containing 101 acres, located on Angelo, Texas. The decorations were Has gone to Jesus who sweetly says. good pike, 3 miles from Camp Dick pink and white asters, the colorscheme Such is the kingdom of God. Robinson. All in fine stale of cultivabeing carried out in the six courses at the festal board. Covers were laid for We should not weep for him any more. tion. Well watered and splendid in- provements, 10 acre tobacco barn, alguest: But trust we are near him still 10 the 'following being the This Misses Martha and Helen Giil, Bettie For he is safe on the other shore, as most new. Good neighborhood. suited God's good will. farm is part of the Henry Tomlinson Walker Burnside, Sarah Daniels, Messrs farm and shoulJ be seen to be appreciW. B. Burton, Samuel B. Denny, Jacob Let us pray that his little hand. Be extended to help us along. ated. Y. Robinson, D. A. Thomas, the Apply to W. C. Rose, Marcellus Ky, honore John Burnside and gracicus And draw us to that happy land . Where sorrow changes into song. Phone 3S3-- J or A. ' hostess Miss Joan Mount. Mi 13 Marguirite Hutt accompanied them, s,i ' h fr f-- 0-- i v. ' enti-rtmn- l.-- , j S Maj-t-'rs- Mi-se- T ,,, i r. If . I n-- n-ce- I i j sI g,., s ' i Pacific-Portlan- d , ed ) rage 8 v-i- The Gantral Record, The colinty road machinery has finished their Work on the Richmond pike and that thoroughfare is now a verif1 able boulevard. They will at once begin operations on the Buckeye pike. Some Lancaster peopie make use of :c Frlday,'-8ep- t n 12, 1913, 7 - -- - an li i iQ flii". 1 .Mi. ii " J"i. 1 ft Until further ho'tice, contestants be allowed id poll a sufficient n imber of vots to make their stand-i- t z 20,000 in a Ivance' of the leader of t a preceding csue. If there is any mistake in the count te any contestant's vote up to the p esent date, i I must be called to the a tention of the contest manager before next Wednesday night. Other-Wis- e, the count as published today, must be taken as correct. aoooojoov COLUMN FARMfln 00e0000'. i Some Simple Recipes. To One breakfast table add irieah coffee,' scorched steak, a dull day and a wife in a dirty negligee, and a fine d quarrel will be ready in 20 full-size- 9C08Ce8O0O03 cxcln-lve dpacc below this ending la for Hie the city water for sprinkling purposes use of our farm t subscribers, and Is for as if there was a never failing supply the sale of stock, g .la and such things on of it at their disposal. Well, "you farm as the larmei cannot afford to advernever miss the water 'till the well tise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only In two Issues of the goes dry." charge Farm Of Lale John P. Long Sold. District Miss Lillie Mae Jones Jennie Cox No. 1 LANCASTER. Christine Pollitt Mamie Lee Marsee Ida May McQuerry Nettie Farmer Bessie Austin Delia Rice Hughes Mr RiceTerril Joe Cabell Ramsey " DeanZanone 172,100 110,200 145,900 " " " " 99,00 93,400 35,400 Newton Grow Improving. -1P2.800 48,000 It is very gratifying to the friends of 137,400 Newton Grow to know that he is im157,400 proving rapidly from a serious trouble 124,200 He was taken to the Danville Hos- A good crowd attended the sale of the late John P. Long farm in Madison county on Wednesday. Mr. John Noland purchased 220 acres at $80.00, while 60 acres went to Bob Long for $78.75. The home place containing 150 acres beinc taken down as the price was not considered satisfactory by the executors. District No. 2 LANCASTER, P. O. pital about two weeks ago where an operation was successfully performed by Dr. W. M. Elliott of this city, assisted by Dr. Jackson of Danville. 172,100 172,100 Two Real Bargains. Miss " Margaret L. Herring MARCELLUS, KY. Judith James Daniel Miss Mabel RanKin " " ' Wade Lee Park Myrtle Campbell MARKSBURY, KY. Miss Annie Blanks I offer for sale my residence just out side of the city limits and my farm of 104 acres eight miles from town. 2,400 Good house, 2 tobacco barns and all 104,300 out buildings. Land in good state of 1.800 cultivation, for further information call on or address. """ Givens Terrill Lancaster, Ky. 94,700 103.800 Beulah Sutton BRYANTSVILLE, KY. Miss Flossie Mae Miss Bettie Scott Teater 17,800 33.700 7,500 4,900 BOURNE. KY. Vote for Your "FAVORITE" a 5212.0 Sr " " Burnie Pierce Eulalah Montgomery HYATTSVILLE, KY. minutes after the bell rings. When, as an outsider, you arc forced into the distressing position of confidante of both husband and wife, place two hatpins through your chapeau, your arms in your coat, and beat it! of free If you are looking old, unattractive, Ashby Arnold has 500 bushels of and generally at your worst, get a shampoo, a facial massage, bushels of good seed rye for sale. fresh air and smile at something R L Elkin has some fine Southdown funny. You will have a better chance bucks for sale. to face the world and its music. If married "lite seems flat, and all For Sale, 10,000 tabacco sticks. interest in things has evaporated, add Denny Bros. j a few congenial friends, some healthLost Duroc boar, Weight about 200 ful pastime and, if necessary, change Sam Cotton. pounds. the furniture. Stir the whole into a acre farm with good fresh rtmosphere of determination For Sale cottage a bargain. and see what happens. S. II. Estis Phone 158. Take five yards of lace, one-haLOST:-a- t the Womans Fair a black yard of tulle; drape it over a pretty Kinder return to this figure and add a dash of violet pervelvet sash. fume, plenty of music and moonlight. office and receive reward. After fifteen minutes' subjection to Lost:-Aboa week ago three shoats the modern jollying, an engagement two dark red ones and one light red, with the first man in sight will result. weight about 851bs each. To make a man thoroughly satisfied P. L. Tussey, Hackley Ky. with his own wealth of information, Harrison Fisher Book during know a little less than he. Ask him lost:-the Womans Fair. Finder return to now and then tor information, and open your eyes wide, with delighted Mrs. Pat Anderson. surprise when he has finished his FOR RENT:-Farof 125 acres 3 miles lecture. Increase in chest expansion, from Lancaster on the Buckeye pike. six inches. A. W. Kavanaugh. For a steady invitation to dine out OBrf.o occupy a seat at the picture show for sale:-- lot of household furniture there is required a pretty face, with a consiting of worthly old time pieces. lovely gown. Never mind about a Maggie Brown, Lancaster,Ky. knowledge of the modern languages or FOR SALE:-Fift- v thousand tobacco of any great culture. Men are not sticks. Hamilton Bros: 'Or J. W. looking for these assets. Beauty of soul, mind, are very great treasures, Hamilton. Lancaster, Ky. but somehow they are not the kind of good air tight heater, beauty that a man pays to show off. For Sale:-good as new and will sell it cheap. R. E. Henry, Lancaster Ky. LIVE STOCK MARKET. lf ut A m A A "No one regrets the flight of time except the one who fails to improve it." Now is the time to improve your time. CONTE ST CLO SES u Miss Ruth Arnold " Etta Smith " Loretta Taylor " Lyda Crecillius " Charley Sanders BEUNA VISTA, KY. Lena Schooler 47,800 3,900 32,800 25,400 3.100 65,400 CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, Lost, a black and white spotted shoat Hogs Sheep Cattle weighs about 60 or 80 lbs, left ear split Sep 10 CATTLE: Shipper $7'.'58 15 right ear cut off at end. Reward if re 7 75(0.7 85 Butcher steers extra turned to T. W. Conn, R R 1, Good to choice 6S07 Lancaster Ky. Common to fair i 71 8- so55 to Z- Miss Lelia Barnett " " " Ruth Lane Alyce Mabel Scott Hazel Ogg ' Ural Blakeman. . - 65,900 97,800 57,800 89,00 55,00 Misss 3" lit ao u OS gilts and boars at for $10. each, all subject to register. B. F. Robinson. SALE:-Duro- Eh a. o co CU CAMP NELSON, KY. U O P. U w G i T3 fi - o n u r4 Miss Nora Kaufman " " " Maltha Knight Dovie Watts Frances Sherrow 75,600 25,900 93.00 25,400 T3 O O ouss u u SO Xi OO iu 2 u CO o POINT LEAVEL LANCASTER R. R. I. Helfvrd. extra Good to choice Common to fair Cows, extra Good tocholce .. Common to fair sale:-Tw- o Jersey cows. Canncra BulU balognaa Carlton Elkin. Fresh. Fat bulla CALVES: sale:-2barrels old corn for FalrtOKOod extra sale. George Denny R. F. D. No. 1. Common iilid large. HOiiS: KOod packers and butchers For Sale;I have 14 head of coming Mlxtd packer three year old mules that I will sell in Stags pairs or as a whole next County Court Common to choice heavy (at 60rs. il.lpperj day at the shipping pens in Lancaster. Light (110 lb3 Pigs. tud lesi) T B. Robinson. SHF.EI':extra Good to Choice For Sale:-2- 5 barrels old corn, write Common to fair L.VMriS. extra or phone. Good to choice J. W. Tatem, R. F. D. 1 Lancaster. Common to lair c 6 7oo7 23 iy6 0 4Sut13 i Between the dates of Wednesday, Sept. 10th and Wednesday, Sept. 24th 5 60 6 15 2 OO&S " ! C26r0 for for 5 6 0C3C. .V. 11 ." 7S1 5061.i UO ... 11 8 1505? 10 8 81 K 70 8 W?S 71 4 1UG"0 ..... 4 50 7M n Wti, it 15 G 503 20 4V 4 2 8 3754 10 2j:i65 &' '' 500&G50 7)g 7 li Kv. A good crowd attended the Stanford court Monday and some trading was done among the farmers and stock men. Quite a number of cattle on sale but trading rather dull. A few of the sales follow; T. C. Rankin, one pair of mules for $245. and another pair for $285. Robinson and Shanks pair mules of Sam Baughman for $350. W. B. Burton, pair mules of B. D. Holtzclaw for $395. mare mule of J. B. Wade, for $215. and one of Jake Nor-ri- s for $200. Geo. D. Robinson a pair of for $315. N. J. Gosney, of Marks-bur- y bought ten calves at an average of $15. a head. R. I. Burton 9 head of cattle at $25. a head. Miss Annie Dollins " Brunette Arnold PAINT LICK, KY. 10.200 172.100 owH O O ca o ., o Jessie Parks Miss Loula McWhorter Nellie Beazley MCCREARY, KY. 35,300 26,000 110,300 Miss Lillie Mae Sutton MANSE 109,900 PAINT LICK, R. R. NO. 2. Willie Calico Myrtle Coliron Parry Clark Mr Florida Boain Otis Gooch BUCKEYE KY. 104,500 25,00 32,900 156.300 151,800 " Barbara Gulley ' "Mamie Wilson Stapp Pearl Teater Lucinda Carter ' Jessie Ray COY, KY. 55.00 32.500 7,800 2.100 5,400 Miss Peachie Mae Sanders Mrs. Mary Clouse LANCASTER, KY. R. R. 3. 75,00 39.500 The Year of the Sudden Change. One or tbe most remarkable stories of sudden cold weather Is to be fount In a famous biography of Abraham LlncolD. Tbe year 183B was long known as "the year of tbe sudden change." At noon on Dec. 20 of that year, after a warm, rainy morning, tbe temperature suddenly fell 40 degrees. A man riding Into Springfield. III., for a marriage license found tbe raindrops tripping from bis bridle and beard, changed "In a second" Into Jingling Icicles. Geese and chickens were caught by their feet and wings and frozen to tbe wet ground. A drove of 1,000 hogs being driven to St. Louis rushed together for warmth and formed a huge pile. Those Inside smothered, while those outside froze, and the ghastly pyramid remained on the prairie for months. Men caught on the prairie killed their horses, disemboweled them and crept Into tbe cavity of their bodies to escape the murderous blizzard. Trick of a Flaih of Lightning. Lightning plays some peculiar tricks at times, but we have never heard anything to come up to the following, which tbe Melbourne Age properly labels "Extraordinary Incident:" "A young man. while riding through the timber country at Willung during a recent storm, bad a remarkable escape from death la peculiar clrcum stances. A large tree directly In front of him was struck by lightning and spilt in halves. Tbe horse be was rid ing, becoming terrified, started to plunge and Jumped through tbe gap between the halves of the tree. At that moment the halves came together with a snap like a rabbit, trap and crushed off a length of tbe horse's tall, which can still be seen protruding from the tree. Tbe young man received a severe shaking, but otherwise came through the ordeal safely." His 8pclal Treat. Tbe vicar of an east end parish is telling a queer little story that Illustrates tbe relations between husband and wife In that quarter of London. He was returning home late one night when be overtook a man who was vlo lently abusing and HI using a woman. Tbe poor woman was coming off very badly and she had alrcndy got a damaged eye when tbe clergyman went up and remonstrated with tbe man on bis behavior. For a moment tbe blow? and abuse were stayed, tbe man being too surprised at the Interruption to continue. Then, to tbe astonishment of the peacemaker, the HI used woman signed to him to go away. Wiping her eyes with her shawl, she informed blm soothingly: "If s all right, sir. Let 'lm be. I'm Is wife, and it's 'la blrfday I' London aawecs- - The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price Lounty Court Days. POSTED kmiJ&E2xiMm ' " " Jewel Ray Lillian Brodus HACKLEY, KY. 29,00 89,00 Miss Edna Burnett Grow SPAINEY, KY. 51,800 Miss Ina Scott FLATWOOD, KY. 103.400 .Miss Myrtle Carmney 7,900 District No. 3 STANFORD, KY. Miss Sarah Hundley Sallie Farmer Virgie Rathwell David Goodnight HUBBLE, KY. " 40,400 7,800 59,500 4,200 " Ina Roberts Mr Jes3 Weaver HEDGEVILL, KY. 5,300 7,500 Miss Flora McBeth " Lucy Spoonamore CRAB ORCHARD. KY. 9,400 1,900 " Ida Lee Campbell " Udora Douglas " Susan Butt " Tom Bronaugh " Ison McClure ' Shelby Newland GILBERTS CREEK. 35,800 5,700 15,400 1,500 31.500 7,100 Miss Mary Eliza Holtzclaw BRADSHAW MILLS. 40,800 Miss Minnie Bogie 50,900 One of the largest crowds that ever attended a public sale in this county was that of the sale of the beautiful farm of the late Nixon Perkins, near Marksbury last Thursday. It seemed that every one from Garrard was there and every adjoining county was all represented. The popular auctioneer, Col. I. M. Dunn, was at his best and much credit is due him for the excellent prices for which everything sold. The farm of 340 acres was sold to J. I. Hamilton for $143.00 an acre, the bidding was quite spirited and it looked -PJyMXJ ?jua . at one time as if it would go to $150.-0This is one of the best farms in the county and is considered well worth the money for which it brought. RICHMOND. KY. The following personalty sold: IVVt-tTft- l A Training H. C. Ruble, mare for $65., W. L. School for Teachers Lawson, nice mare for $176., C. A. to Conrwi iBWJjLyii- - late, mediateleadingLireEtaaenurr, and State Or Arnold purchased a pair of PulJk tinea!. of Valid In all Special Kentucky. School! mare mules for $340; an aged mule uviim ana kitiii Coa.'aea, Tnltioa Free to p. W. H. Pepples, of Lincoln went to nolntecl. mltjtrt. .fiuwllviail. newinanaaltrainlnrballdlnf. county, for $172.50, a mule colt to E. practice .chooL departmentof ajrtenlnirj, ejolppcd Term Science. P. Buster, of Mercer county, for $102.- - rrmnaslum. Domr.lloKoTemberl Third Term Janoart Second Ten. Summer School open! Juno lb, 7. Fourth Term April I, 50 .and mule colt to C. A. Arnold for Ca.aosn.FrM. Q CBABH( Pre,Uen, $82.50, a mule to George D. Robinson, of Lancaster, for $160; an aged mule to C. A. Arnold for $172.50, other mule colts sold from $75 to $80 a gelding was knocked, off to Walter mare was Perkins for $75, a purchased by Pool Perkins for $200, milk cows and calves brought from $40 to $70, a blind brood mare was sold to C, A. Arnold for $30, eight brood 4ows ranged in price- - from $15 to ?20 per head, 40 shoats sold in two bunches, 25 head averaging 115 pounds beingknock- ed off to John Ruble of Mercer county, at $7.65 per hundred, and 15 head of 75 pound shoats going to the same Ask us to show trader at $6.35 per hundred, a you the old Jersey bull brought $21. 200 bales latest in size, style of hay were brought by J. T. Raney, and form and letliveryman at $16.85 per ton, and tering at the right 200 bales went to Jim Clark at $16.90 per ton. 60 barrels of corn was price. purchased by B. F. King at $4.40 per THE barrel in the crib. 23 head of cattle weighing about 1,000 pounds per head, were bought by Bowman and Land, of Fayette county, $65.25 per head. 0. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st 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. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. Will be given for every dollars worth of NEW subscription sent to the Central Record during these dates. Also f Extra Votes &Ea&&B&S&SaGmFtegg& Double Votes Will be given on all OLD subscriptions turned in during these dates. 13 msmm t . r A berln.tep-trmhe- inbftatfimB anii AttmmttrmwttH Bijnalit te for Owners Address all nominations and "communications to THE CONTEST MANAGER Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. i)zmgm 91J.V Begging Prizes lEtujrataii VERY Central Record. , mm. i f '