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KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1913. nv&&?jc-,'r' inww-KMnr'-& NUMBER iraJlSJr3j.73r3Jii.-rrLi.iB-nfi-,r..i-- 31. iHivSoKM-e-vei- ja-m- v -- ?wffijsff(Eivai'rejs!vy 4 Mr. Bob is coming. FULL LINE OF s ii , Come to the School Fair Saturday. ;(ii:,tiiiiii?-iijlriES)rrj:itrjrft- i ,i rsvr yziiisi xt&mmr&i&T&i&nuitti The CHAPEKON hasn't yet been found. Don't miss seeing the American Girl M 'CI S HEADQUARTERS FOR r0 ,J3 eatin and tonight. Who is Mr. BOB? He isn't Brown or Mr. Saunders. Mr. I Ed $ f$ A Get a reserved seat for The American Girl at McRoberts drug store. u..i. win m. Cj, xiie l.j.'A. ul me it c iiiurcii ...:it inuiea r pj have an exchange Wednesday Nov. 26th. I TL- - b & J ves i$a: i--m m t?;i 3 4.1 SSr I ik I Cookin j Ihe leaves are leaviqg, being through with their summer job and as there is no need of shade in the winter we dont care. The ladies of Pleasant Grove church oyster Supper, Tuesday night, Nov. 11th, at Mr. Charlie Dcan'a residence, for benefit of church. Admission 25cts, everybody cordially invited. will give an . . . . 881 WTO! n S!kJkMM i " J Florence. VIpores. m 02 ;rs ; just arrived. Come in and 8 look our line over before g'S you buy. Also complete stock of Grates and Grate W Baskets. tjA 2 Anything in the repair line bring it to us, we are the ones that can fix if? i fcjs fc gU a h sss fa Ba M h a u k-c- ! 52 M K W B j$, Live and Let Live Folks R S3i3S&SKE33S3K . .. . u ?S I agBB5BgS6ajfffM3ii 3 S 5" 8J ft & Is Worth of P remiums $ 135 '. Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Elsener, of Charleston, West, Va., are receiving ROOSTER CROWS FOR DEMOCRATIC VICTORIES. congratulations upon the arrival of a fine 8 pound boy, October 31st. He has been christianed William Edward, Hallowe'en Celebrated. -V School Fair Dinner. 1 It. r ..a ?t-- crrx. - TJsr-ir-Sai iaar tc vi. and is a grand son of Mr. and Mrs. N. i Never befoie was Hallowe'en so exThe ladies of the Christian Church ' .i ri&r.&.. ; Miller of this place. y-" M tensively celebrated in Lancaster as will serve a dinner in the I nine court if ' W y. Our female readers will note care- was la&t Friday night- Thesqusrewas room, Saturday, the d.iy of the School "ft t?? i.7 "'OL ecV 'ri.eiJ filled with masquerades, who p:ayed Fair. Their prices will be reasonable i? . VSl . fully the following good advice from Miss Grace Margaret Gould, the Fash- many merry pranks, but every thing and a good lunch will be served you. '?' was taken in good nature and not a Patronize them. ion Editor of the Woman's Home Companion: "Fool i dress so that people single complaint was made. The beSra:ih Levis. G will turn around and stare at them. I havior of the bays was above reproach, Mr. Chester Lewis stole a march on want women to dress so that people there being no depredations, which are rN SS BL. not stare at them. I want them usually committed by these mischievous hid f riant a irVian dumnv.Inil TI..o t..,:.. lil 8M -- tea 'zsi Smith, the attractive daughter of Mr. look well, be comfortable, feel fash urchins. and Mrs." A. J. Smith of Berea, last ionable, and yet accomplish all this at Wholesale and Retail Hardware. Auto On fire. Wednesday at one thirty o'clock. a reasonable expenditure of money." Quite a little excitement was caused Chester has lived in our midst several SiTttleit.Ti' 3.Q by a large smoke, a bad smell and a years and by his manly and industrious &z.?mmmmzzwwm i ,a?fc wvjtjh . m imm Pays To Advertise. m iiimi,T1-,- -, little blaze, located near Conn's garage conducrj has made many friends who ' you will spend a keg of dough, to If join the Record in congratulating him last Fiiilay evening. ' -- j i ' Ijr 1 kj is&zs u advertise jour shack, in just about a Upon investigation the automobile of and in wishing him eveiy happiness as month or so you'll get a barrel back Dr. J. U. Kinuaird was found to be on he sets out on the matrimonial sea. 111 fire. While being cranked, a spark is We welcome the bride and wish her Sells Town Property. supposed to have igni tr d the carburetor, every joy. Hughes and Swinebroad sold for thus igniting the oil and grease. With j "Punk" Develops Wcrld Cf Speed, Mrs. Rebecca Pearman, of Lexington, a liberal application of mud. the fire Or- - was soon extinguished, but the car was her limine and lot on East Crab "Pumpkin Seed" Prathor may be1 I chard street, to Mr. John Ballard for Dadiy damagtu. short in stature but he is long when it 1530. The property will be improved. comes to running. Just to look at Pig In Window. him you would not think he was built Nice Position. Mr.- - R. B. Wilkerson in feeling for speed, but we fmd he can take his Mr. Ewing Ftultz who has been as "chesty" because of the compliments foot in hand and fly. He says he will ii sociated with his father in the insurance paid a window, which he decorated, in also be prepared to break the speed ' E I I business for several years, has accept- Davidson and Doty's store. This win- - limit between the Police Court room tropolitan as dow with a pig holding a huge apple in and the jail. He is to be congratulateJ a position with the its special agent and took charge of his it's mouth and surrounded by choice ed upon beating as good a man as . A Four-ac- t Comedy Drama. new work November 1st. Ewing is . cuts of meat, was said by many tohave auuge narns. wnom many pronounce the best Police Judge the city has well eqipped for this deserved promo- - been the most attractive meat market ever had. 11 tion and his many friends congratulate window they ever sa v. Mr. Wilkerson A Story which shows the rise of a poor and Raymond Haselden can take corn-ma- n The Tobacco Outlook. him. place material and make attractive American Girl to Wealth and Title -m Th3 tobacco outlosk for the coming windows, both being artists in this line season, while not as encouraging as we of decoration. would like, is much better than we had B . thought it would be at one time. All George Smith, Jr. Sick. il over the Burley belt there is ashortage 33 Our good friend George Smith Jr . tin the ernn. hntnlviiK nf fair lAmnrlinm was taken suddenly ill last Saturday tobacco in the Blusgrass section, svith ' ?! mgnt anj since tnat time lias been con- - a few excellent crops thrown in. AT fined to his bed at his home on Dan- - j in Western Kentucky the drouth ville Avenue. We are glad to state at iKreatlv injured the crop and in that! this writing that he is much improved section there will be a great scarcity of and we tiust will soon bebimseiragain. ow grades which will put many buyers ' During his illness Mrs. Davis Prather, into the Bluegrass for this class of! the accomod iting and efficient asista it tobacco. Postmi trits u dri ing the rural route jn this particular section the flings, wagon for Mr. Smith and we are sure tra3h, lugs and some bright are e- -' s KiyiiiK iisiivi.1. sauoiucuuii 10 i'ie cepuonally gocd, but th. red ind tips patrons of this long route. , are very inferior, dirk and short. Naturally this short and dark leafs will j bring do.vn the average eomiderbly. 15, 25. We wish to emphaizt th- - fact that ' buyers want tobacco that is well cured and well handled an 1 all should put Reserved Seats on sale at K. E. McEoberts forth their best efforts along this line. Drug Store. It i be.ieveJ that thi crop will bring !!4 goou j.ricei 11 pro.ier care n used in grading ard handling. jy I Pi Fosters. m .,,. i i i.3 M ?iAjColes. K3 '1 I m jiJ t 3 !ia J jj t m m 'amiEJE'lllSfgiSIliglliTgll 1 ; O. AliDDENDOPF'S POPULAR PLAYERS Present i "! - fiiiiui ball &l i U! 125 mmmi mn I NOVEM BER 7L j ( LANCASTER I b.-in-g I r fe N Prices: M 35cent. PROCESSOR FORTUNE Pajs Oar School High Compliment. Given away absolutely Free December 24th, 1913 at 2:30 p. m. just in time to make Xmas Presents. The following is the list. Diamond Ring, value Mahogany Suit Third Prize Tra.de Coupon, value Fourth Prize Trade Coupon, value Kitchen Cabinet Fifth Prize-HooSixth Prize Trade Coupon, value Seventh Prize Trade Coupon, value Eighth Prize Tiade Coupan, value Ninth Prize Trade Coupon, value Tenth Prize Gold Coin, value Eleventh Prize -- Trade Coupon, vslae Coin, value Twelfth Prizj-Go- ld First Prize -- Lady's CO CO Second Prize Bed-roo- .7 Mer ."; 75 00 50 00 25 00 22 50 20 00 15 0Q 12 50 il ... 10 00 7 50 5 00 Beyond any Doubt we have the most complete showing of Clothing, Shces, Hats Caps and Furnishing goods ever offered the people of Lancaster, Carraid cr surrcurding counties at prices that defy any and all competitors. We can show ou better than we can tell you in print. Our line of Ladies suits, Coats, Dresses and Costumes are direct from the leading manufacturers of New York. We want you to see them. Buy your Fall and Winter outfit of us? you will save money and be correctly dress-ed-besides you will have a chance at our free list of premiums. H. T. LOGAN a (i W. Fortune, of Trar.sjl-vani- a University, in his masterful sermon Sunday evening at the Christian Church, paid our school a high compliment when he said he had been through it from basement to garret and pro- nniinrprl if illO liucf uniitnnjwl must, ........ aH .. ubwv ..juj(jcu, n modern and most beautiful of the kind R3 ' he had ever seen in a town of this size and added that it was worthv of a town of even greater size. He conf. M. Tinder. gratulated the parents, pupils, teachPastor of the Christian Church, whose ers and trustees upon having a ime, talent and energies, were employ- broad vision of education before them. ed in the building of the Bible school Our town is justly proud of it and she rooms. This beautiful annex will not largely owes her good name to it, for only stand as a monument to his labors, it has and will continue to send out a but to all who put their time and money class of young men and women that jnto the work. This work will always will wield a power for good and sucstand out as an incentive to the best cessfully fill the best places and posiefforts and highest achievements of the tions in life. church. There is no more efficient aid to morality, honesty, sobriety and good DEMOCRACY citizenship than well conducted public schools, and it is the part of wisdom to Sweeps The Couitfry. keep these schools up to the very highJohn Purry Mitchel, Fusionist, was est point of excellency, and to do this elected Mayor of New York by about there must be hurmony of four ele100,000. pulling through his entire tick- ments, viz: the school board, the paet. David I. Walsh, Democrat, was trons, the scholars and the teachers, elected Governor of Massachusetts. and without which perfect success canin New not be attained, therefore, let it be the Gov. Fielder was Jersey by 20,000 plurality. Republicans duty of these four elements to see that, secured control of the New York As- no deficiency or hindrances arises on sembly. The New Jersey Assembly ap- their part to thwart the good purpears to be Democratic. Former Gov- poses of our school. If factions exist, ernor Sulzer was elected to the Assem- pray disband, and give your hearty to the efforts bly in New York. Joseph E. Bell, Dem- sanction and ocrat, was elected Mayor of Indianapo- being made to maintain the excellency lis and Mayor Hunt, of Cincinnati, of our school today and so enhance its Democrat, was defeated hy Spiegel, interest that it shall stand second to Republican. rtone in the land. Prof A. t F3) 1 --- NEW V Hk'VB Now In Stock and at last years price. Buy before we are forced to advance them. Everything necessary for cake baking and new clean stock. t Davidson & Doty High firrde Groceries and Meats. Phone 181. X jragte is This Two Horse Studebaker Wagon and ThreTe other Premiums Given away FREE at my store Saturday, Dec 20, 1913 Studebaker Wagon. 2nd PRIZE One box containing 100 pounds 1st PRIZE One Standard make Arbuckles Coffee. 3rd PRIZE 300 pound barrel Granulated Sugar. 4th PRIZE 200 pound, barrel Patent Flour two-hor- se mmw jas. w DEATHS. PRECINCTS. The Central Recora, Friday, Nov 7, 1913. slsHPS mmwmmTsa wimrsxmfmmm BsPSsaassMSH acjsasgg at igsaggsgy "23 BaSsSffiSs5IS.3pissSS .Jr Ml cMcfc - ".jzi &3Ei' wS3HSWa rCZSSd itr r .iv&5iifit&fte25sjj'.!: wryuniarrBi?HM5JhyiLi My stock Clothing and Shoes for Fall Now Complete. The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 SBVIgTH DEMOCRATIC g o The House of Quality. Lancaster, Kentucky. PROGRESSIVE s a year. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Class Mall Matter. Member Kentucky and Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., November 7, 1913. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 Por County Offices For State and District Offices.... For Calls, per line For Cards, per line For all publications in the- - interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per tine Obituaries, per line 10.00 15.00 .10 10 10 05 It is often said that when you walk into your place of business all consideration of sentiment must be left behind. There are great rewards, though, that come from developing business friendships and particularly on forming associations with business men of your own town. A man may feel that he saves a few cents by going to some distant town or city to place an order for some supply. Let us look at what he has lust by giving money to build up a town he never saw. If he ordered his supply at home, the bulk of his money would have remained at home, and would have helped to make other home industries prosperous, and enhanced the value of his own proper- ty. Perhaps still more important than that, Is the fact that when a man buys his supplies of a home merchant, he makes a friendship that in most cases s valuable. The man whom he patronizes Should be willing to return the favor. A business friendship made in this way works good for you many times when you know it not. The man who buys at !ume has friends in many widely separated circles, who want him to succeed because the home com munity profits by his success. If you want favors from the local govern ment, if jou want to stand well with all classes, if you need accomodations in times of financial strain, you cant have too many friends at home to say a good word for you. The supply firm a hundred miles away never returns you a thing. Buy at home! Buy at home! the child problem. Solve this problem of the child and all other problems will will solve themselves automatically. sav those behind the crusade. The Hurt. fair is under the able managemant of Mrs. Eliza Hurt, aged 77, passed Miss Jennie Higgins who is putting away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. energy into this noble work. John Tatum, Friday after a lingering illness and was buried in the Lancaster Two Lancaster Boys In Accident. cemetery Saturday, the funeral services When the bleacher stand at the ball being conducted by Elder F. M. Tinder. game at Tulsa, Okla., fell last week Mrs. Hurt was a member of the killing one and seriously injuring about Christian church, a devoted mother and fifty, two of our boys were among the friend and enjoyed the respect and esslightly injured. They were Billy teem of all who knew her. She leaves The daily several step children and one daughter, West and Louis Tinder. papers which gave a detail report of Mrs. John Tatum and to all the family the accident did not mention these two the Record extends sympathy. but a private letter from there told of Clark. their injuries. We are glad to state that neither are seriously hurt. . After a lingering illness of more than four years, and during that time a confive Dollar Prize. stant sufferer, Mrs. Mollie Clark, age In order to encourage a large at- 63 years, and wife of Mr. James Clark, tendance to the School fair Saturday, passed away to the Spirit World where the teachers of the county will give $5. there is no sickness nor suffering. Monto the person bringing in the largest day afternoon, Nov. 3rd, at her late load of children on that day. These home near Marksbury. She was loved children must be pupils and enrolled in by all who knew her, friendly to everyone of the schools of the county. This one she met, and when her health peris commendable indeed in the teachers mitted, and she was needed, there was and they should be encouraged in their never a night too dark, nor a day too efforts and it is hoped that several will bad for her to drop everything and antry foe this prize. Mr. R. L. Elkinhas swer the call." been asked to award this prize and all She leaves a husband and the followshould remain'on the wagon until count- ing ten children, all living; Mrs. Sam Long, Mrs. T. T. Pollard, Misses Neled at ten o'clock Saturday morning. lie and Es tell James, Jr., Milo Simpson Leads Off With The First Ed, Robert, Will, Clay and Linzey. To her weary heart, Heaven really meant Load Of Tobacco Of The Season. rest, for she was tried by tribulations, Garrard County holds the record for sorrow and suffering. Her pure, spotplacing the first load of tobacco on the less life and her faithfulness to duty, Lexington market. Milo Simpson, of are priceless heritages to her devoted McCreary, one of the best raisers of husband and loving children, and a the weed in the county, owning this sweet refreshing memory to her friends particular load. We quote from the and relatives. Lexington Herald. She bore her suffering patiently and "The first load of tobaccodelivered en was willing and ready to go. She was the Lexington market this season was a devoted member of the Christian received y at the Stivers ware- church and after appropriate services house. It was brought in by Silo at the home by Rev. F. M. Tinder, her Simpson from near McCreary, Gar- body was laid to rest in the Lancaster rard county, and was a fine lot of colory cemetery, Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. tobacco." and-Mess- rs REPUBLICAN a, CHRISTIAN ra CHURCH ANNEX. Ser- a w B : ro s" i, g : 7 m S . : i. . "s'ssSj!? p . a g- - " o'ojr o o 'Soroi(BOai5. cc Ct; BaiKsjoc-sesirca-o o o r Formally Dedicated With Impressive vices By Prof. A. W. Fortune. 5 o 7 2 b S ff oli 2. SIS 5 l f- - 3 : : ?- - - ? P s S 8 3 'IkQ,,IiIQc a si? i o 5. a5 5 3 8 ? - l F : - Court House East Park West Park East Bryantsville West Bryantsville .... Buckeje Walkers School House. PaintLick Union 218 203 157 171 170 90 74 102 .... ...S . . a !J ?a S ? . . Pre 33. Total Majority Democrat Magisterial District No Court House. 1. 224 2201 205 180 162 160 173 167 171 165 99 95 75 74 107 102 95 Jjji 9 431 231 213 167 193 180 97 72 118 lai)o 131711254 lj(,- - ?J 323 471 . . . . : 3 30 31 29 30) 33 105 1U5I1U9 lU 104 lutf 223 217' 232 226 225 32 213 204,207 217 205 23 24 23 23 24 24 172 168 191 169 172139 167! 164, 170 191 164 18 18 16 17 171 IS) 84 81 88 84 86 86 172 ISO' 184 169 175 55 69 57 52 51, 5S 29 271 32 27 23 30 174 176! 181 172 172 94113 95 87 91. 92 42 41, 38 44 46 42 97 US 68 97 97 53 53 53 53 53 61 136 137' 135 136 133 135 27! 721 68 72 '1 11 11 11 11 11 11 86 79 80 83 81 28 30 31 30 32 31,100 113 117 109 103 102 110 115 111 108 97 95' I1 gg 37 37 37 37 7 Jj7! 131 133 140 13 13S 134 Ijijlljalllxtft I346 ljij 353 33o 359 J43 331 348 888 8a.l9 U 893 897 875 427 458 471 8-- 2 .e..?&:: "3" ... s : 3 . p I .. !- - 5 I? 7 Q 0 J. M - F There is a unanimous agreement s a 3 & T g : i 3 3- l '5 : .- ; m - P - that progress is essential to the realization of our highest ideals in both church and state. This conviction is especially strong among the Disciples of Christ, who have always emphasiz ed growth as an essential condition of fulfilling Christ's purpose concerning Hi3 church. The growth of the Bible school of the Christian church, during the last few years made the apartments of the old building insufficient for its work and development. At intervals the building of a new and plant was discussed, but not until last March did it take real business shape. The workers in the Bible school were first to agitate, which was finally given pormanancy by the endorsement of the board of officers of the church. A day in March was named to put the matter before the church rnd see what amount of money could be raised. The pastor, F. M. Tinder, after impressively setting forth the needs and importance of a well equipped Bible school, proceeded to raise money for the building, a sum aggregating $2800 being raised which later was increased to $4300 by a soliciting committee. This amount seeming sufficient to secure the building, a building committee consisting of R. E. McRoberts, R. T. Embry, L. G. Davidson, F. M. Tinder and J. A. Beazley were appointed. They at once engaged the architects Webber, Atkins and Webber, of Cin., to draw plans for the building, which wore adopted and the contract let to the Danville Construction Co. requiring the building to be completed in ninety days from the letting of the contract. The whole plant was completed and equipped and ready for dedication by November 1st. Prof. A. W. Fortune, cf Transylvania University, was invited to come and assist the pastor in the dedicatory services. The services were arranged to be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Prof. Fortune's theme for Friday evening was "Living For Service or True Discipleship" Saturday evening "The Good Shepherd and His Flock" Sunday morning "The True Mission of The Church" Sunday evening. "We are God's Building". The congregations were large at both day and evening services. Prof. Fortune is an eloquent speaker and has the power to hold a congregation spell bound. It is the general concensus of opinion, that a series of sermons which reached the conscience more powerfully than his, have never been heard here. The church feels that it had a real season of refreshment. He proved himself ad adept at raising fund3, for in the short space of thirty minutes, about$1500 was raised, making the building cost when completed about?6000, 00. The people of the church gave gladly and freely and were happy in the giving as they had been in the work. The dedicatory services then took place in the new rooms, being directed by Elder F. M. Tinder, assisted by the building committee, officers of the church, Bible school teachers, followed by the beautiful dedicatory prayer of Prof. Fortune. The American Girl, a four act comedy drama, at Opera House tonight (Friday.) Dont miss this. Seats 15, 25, and 35 cents. Santa Clans Mail. : s 2. p jg Republican. J. N. White 204 163 Progressive Magisterial Dis No 1. J. C. Criscillis 127 Court House East Park. West Park 159 526 89 East Park West Park 219 91 437 Total Majority District No 2. East Bryantsville. West Bryantsville. Total Majority Logan Ison Total District No. Magisterial District No. Rnckeve Walkers School House. Total W Casey. East Bryantsville West Bryantsville 53 11 64 2. R. M. Moss. 34 52 86 166 173 Total District No. 3. Harrison Ray. 123 339 253 Buckeye Walkers School House Total District No. 4. Coldiron Paint Lick Union Total Majority 76 199 114 131 District No. 3. J. S. Ham. 128 7QI ! District No Paint Union Total Lick 4, McQrearv 58 94 152 Buckeye Walkers School House Total Majority 207! 8 245 93 Faithful Officials Endorsed In The Sweeping Yictory For The Old In Lancaster. Board City Election. We give below the total vote of the various candidate Councilmen and Police Judge of the City. 1 for Mayor and Squire Coldiron More Others. Fortunate Than Hood. Squire J. W, Coldiron, who has for three years been the magistrate in the Union-PaiLick District is the only Progressive in the County that wins in nt Tuesday's election. He pulls through with the complimentary majority of 93 over his republican opponent Luthir McQuerry. The democrats made no nomination in this District and the fight was between the republicans and progressives. A number of democrats supported the candidacy of each and quite a lively fight was had over this election. Squire Coldiron has served EVERYONE the County faithfully as a member of the Should Attend The School Fair. Fiscal Court and is recognized by the people of his District as being an intelSchool fairs are comparatively new, ligent and honorable man. The good and have grown out of the wave of record that he has made as a public educational enthusiasm that is .sweep servant gave him a good lead in ing over the state from the mountains fight and the people are fortunate his to to the river. have him again in the Court. For years the school and especially the country schools and the children The Tight Wad. have been neglected, so a way was If there is anything on earth that evolved to make the general public see the child in the new light of the twen- gives us longing for eternal rest and tieth century thought. To meet this deep, damp, solitude, it is a man who want the school fair has been used ex- comes to a town or county, builds up a tensively. Those who attended the big, paving business and grows rich fair last year marveled at the exhibits, and then squats down on the gold like a and it was not only interesting to the hen on a door knob, and is too stingy to grownups, but it gave the children an let the gravel grind in his own gizzard. opportunity to see the whole school A real genuine 18 karat, stingy, selfish population at one time, besides creat- man can't be honest, and if he ever ing a friendly rivalry in not . only the gets to heaven and has wings he will regular school work, but in manual fold them up for fear he will ruffle a training as well. It will be a delight- plume or lose a feather. The kind of ful experience to come into town Sat men who build up a town and country urday and watch the enthusiasm of and enjoy life and make the best teache, parent and child, as they look citizens, are the enterprising, energetic at the handiwork of different children. and liberal men, who believe in living The school fair will be a place where and letting others live; and who donot, one can see at a glace the activity of when they get a dollar, squeeze in until each and every small school in the the goddess of liberty feels like she county. It is a place where all can had on a corset. Such squeezing is meet and discuss the school a3 a factor what causes hard times and stops the in the life of the average rural com circulation of the American Eagle. If munity. It can be made a real clearing-- it were not for our broadgauged, enterhouse for the ideas and ideals that prising men, it would be impossible to grow out of rural life and work. These buHd a town or city. fairs are showing the general public Do You Know Mr. Bob? that the real problem to face today, is Again our little city was enshrowded in gloom by the death of Miss Emma Hood, who died Tuesday afternoon at five o'clock. She had been in poor health for some time past, and quite ill for several weeks. While the seriousness of her illness was appreciated, her condition up to the hour of her death was not worse than it had been for several days. She is survived by a brother, Dr. T. J. Hood, who being left an orphan at an early age, was always an object of her tender care and how well she fulfilled the obligation of mother and sister is attested by his love and the sympathy of the entire community goes out to She joined the him in his great loss. Christian church at an early age and to her church and friends she was true. No unjust censure evei patsedher lips. She was patient and uncomplaining, although for many years she had been a great sufferer and her delicately molded frame had been in constant pain. The funeral services were conducted by Eld. F. M. Tinder and the enterment followed in the Lancaster cemetery on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Bob will arrive at an early date. Painful Accidents. We are sorry to record two painful accidents, Mrs. G. A. Swinebroad fell seriously injuring her hip and as she is in very poor health, the accident is quite serious. Mrs. J. W. Elmore had the misfortune to break her ankle and though very painful is not serious. The friends of these two good women wish them a speed recovery. - Delightful Entertainment. Miss Jennie Dickerson, assisted by Miss Minerva Cox, delightfully entertained the pupils of the Antioch school in celebration of Hallowe'en, last Friday afternoon. Games and amusements of almost every kind were prepared by these popular teachers and the time most happily spent. This school has an enrollment of about 100 and may be heard from at our School Fair Saturday. OLD BOARD. L. G. Davidson, Mayor, 252 Politics was more discussed in Lan- J. A. Amon, Councilman, 240 caster for the last fitteen days than Wesley Zanone, 237 any part of Garrard County, the chief H.C.Hamilton, 239 interest being in the contest over the W. O. Goodloe, 229 two boards seeking election as city R. P. Gregory, 235 council. The People's Ticket with Mr. L. G. Davidson as Mayor and J. A. Amon, W. M. Zanone, H. C. Hamilton, filled by the council While the board W. O. Goodloe and R. P. Gregory for has made no promises to any applicants councilmen, was elected by a good it is generally understood that the pre-spboard favors the continuance of majority. Mr. J. T. Raney was upon this board but withdrew after the time Mr. Luther Herron for city marshall fixed by law had elapsed in which an- and superintendent of the waterworks other member could be chosen to take his place, which resulted in the elecCLEAN SWEEP. tion of one member from the opposing board. Mr. Sam Cotton having receiv- For Democrats Every Office In County ed the most votes of any upon the opCarried By Good Majority. position board will also receive a certificate of election. Those opposing the old board were Messrs. A. F. SanElection day was a fair and balmy ders, Noah Marsee and Sam Cotton. one and with it came Democratic suc- These three gentlemen presented them cess even beyond the fondest hope of selves to the people as favoring the I me : -L l uarraru gives winning cciiiuiuaies. r selection of Mr. W. S. Carrier as chief an overwhelming Democratic majority Marshall of tne city, and in their de and elects a splendid ticket; all being feat it necessarily means the defeat of men of fine character, who will look Mr. Carriei.- well to the interest of the county and As candidates upon the old board their constitutions. In the three corwere Messrs. W. M. Zanone, H. C. nered race for magistrate in the 3rd, Hamilton and R. P. Gregory who are district Mr. John Ham is a safe winserving upon the present board and ner by 8 votes, the first time in the who have given such satisfaction by history of the county that a Democrat reason of their fidelity as public of- was ever elected from this- - district. ficials that there was a general desire "Squire" Ham is thoroughly capable by the people that each should again in every respect and will make an stand for These gentle ideal magistrate. An unusually large men had antagonized the wishes of : vote was polled and the election passed those desiring certain things done in oil wiiiiuul me semuiance ui a nine, city affairs that they did not consider everybody seeming happy and willing for the best interest of the people. to abide by the results. The winning This brought about considerable op- candidates all ran in a bunch, but our position to their board and it is grati popular deputy sheriff, Mr. C. A. fying that the people of the city gave Robinson has the honor for running their endorsement by a good maiority ahead of the ticket by a few votes, to these faithful public servants. We his majority being 471. Both constitugave our earnest personal support to tional amendments carried by tremendthese gentlemen and th;ir entire board ous majorities, although quite a numand are gratified over their election. ber failed to vote on these two very The city is fortunate in the election of important questiens. Although a this council. Each and every member separate ballot was issued, at quite an including the mayor is a successful and expense to the county, for School active busjness man and thoroughly Superintendent, in order that all wohonorable and reliable. men might have the happy privilege The people can well expect a good oi exercising their right of suffrage, administration of the city affairs with not a single lady, so far as we could officers who will be sober and efficient learn, ever asked or a ballot. Miss jn each of the various positions to be Jennie Higgins haying no opposition, nt :- NEW BOARD A. F. Sanders, Councilman, Noah Marsee, Sam Cotton, POLICE JUDGE. J. P. Prather, E- - W. Harris, 180 179 195 198 86 was given a handsome complimentary vote, a tabulated reDort of the entire ticket, of each party, is given in de- tail elsewhere. "Lost-A CHAPERONE". Box Supper. i.j. j? There will be a Box Supper at the Buena Vista Consolidated School Saturday Nov. 15, 1918 The proceeds will go for the benefit of a Public as well as a School Library, and material for hand work. All are invited to come and bring a basket of good things to eat. Glad To See Him Oat. Mr. J. S. Johnson, Sr. who has been confined to his home for several weeks, was out Tuesday shaking hands with his friends and incidentally to put a cross under the rooster. Everybody was glad to see him and trust he may soon be restored to hi3 usual good health. Rnn.A-Wa- y. t A runaway horse attached to abuggv and belonging to Mr. J. W. Huffman, created some excitement Monday morning, when it maie a wild daah down Lexington avenue, having gotten scared at an overturned barrel. The buggy was demolished and the horse was slightly injured, but no one was hurt for which we are thankful. Thank You Mac. Hon. Joseph Robinson, of Lancaster, was in Danville Saturday evening. He is one of the owners of that good paper, theJancaster Record, and on account of the unprecedented growth of the publication a new and larger room has been secured and an order placed for'a costly Miehle press. Mr. Robinson and Mr. Elkin are hustlers in the newpaper field and popular gentlemen Advocate. Filled with enthusiasm of her cause, Miss Olive Wilson, of Penn.. seventeen years of age, marched boldly into the presence of the head of the nation apd made her plea. Miss Wilson went to Washington to see if some way may be found to waive postage on Christmas presents for poor children. She asked the Presidents aid in securing legislation which would allow her ''Santa Clause mail" to go free. The President encouraged the young lady by telling her that he would consider the matter and lat her hear frqm him, Mr Bob Is Coming, The Central hecord, Friday, Nov 7, 1913. f t f3$&e<t&0i&iSgtsxz&z Page 3 EBfP t was- SELL It is the best market in the Stale. son were higher on all grades Burley district. Our aveiccs lest reathan any maiket in the ggcs yy --S3 Jaft'fiiWgfi 1 wmtm y u LaEs T'ji ffi f ei r3 ex n &. 1 gn j CARDS. R. Free Insurance on Tobacco I U. j NEXT. If you want j oi.r Pazor honed or u SELL WITH Li . Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co Walnut Street -- - Danville, Ky. -E0.-00- No eh irge for re ions. Closo up town to l.'anks, i tcre?, KtMn in n Once a cu.t n.rr, rih.,i)F ft ci s; h ti For iiiforiintion, i c us rns tin e at our expense Phone No. 223. Ample notice will be giun ou of our Crcnirt: Sclcr. f Nice Kair Cut and Shave with harp Razu and Clean Tow Is. 1 he oM s'aml p.u barber HENRV DUNCAN Richmond Street. I We have the largest Loose Leaf Warehouse South of i A w 0 Kentucky River. Main Building 105xEO. Capati.ty pounds of tobacco daily. Unloading frciliiics fcr 50 wagons at a time. Warm comfortable stalls for 200 head of horses. ,... ,j,H . stzw rwsB. S. mZ3jj-xfr-rzw- .tr" " ""WrWiaSfiSja T -- - flanyills Tobacco Warehouse Walnut Sirsec, H. C. BRIGHT, A. M. BOURNE Co 7 Dar.vil!?f Ky. AL1 EK H1EA1T. Auctioneer. Wood Service. A. Prices Right, President, urelny. &25&&s&s3&&ztS?ai ooooooooooooooooeooopoooooooo0 Fine Feathers At Lexington Opera House. rhont 351-Lancaster, - - Kentucky. It is so seldom that playgoers outside Of The Churches. ! story or Au.;!m tlnm mo of Broadway have an opportunity to i points ol view. (!iii(iiKl. interesting. i fcwi (IMIti'd 1!. The WonutisChibi original cast of stars. see a genuine It offers ih,. i.ii U' of the eolntion that the announcement of the coming Rev. Pat Dais who is now conduct- of a nation, l.ving m mar to ik in time, at McKirdree tint the pioci nn , stmlloi! with , witu its wonder- - ing revival services ie Tho formation of all kinds of club is r.. .. ei a revival mcet.i g seieiitilit iiiiir.iteiies-- , .mil as under the I ciiamauc laient. to me church will due.not only to the social instinctwhich a And the l.n toi-s- . "' l"u;Fral here in U'vn at the Methodist chuivl lens ofthe ex draws people together, but also to ttie ' .ift-- r Sid, Sundj in thia if not ent . are on a great sr:ili increase of performances, imtnn e and evening, on Mundaj n f?ht growing recognition o. the All fie denominations aie utte Miic ! mi entire oiiluu'iil. For 10. rt'nnires a r.M o- - month. power that comes with cooperation. Mondav. Novembei coiduiiy invited to attend and ltnd u ' Australia oHVi the onl. lusiam t. i IocjI audi 'nets We are just beginning to see wl at tition of the fact that hivfor.i wheie a whole ntii,c:it his hu'pi'.g h.imi in the ., motion of Gud great things can be done by working will see the same peiformance ineery Kingi'om. Uio Ljoi pi will have chaige iljlnjj iiImhc it the lias of n ,ii e p(M). s ple. And thi- - is .i lontiiieiit with Iho together instead of working separately. respect as that which chainted Esards in CnS.-rend Rus;i.--.. and Chicago for an entile sea- of the sitting. climate of It il.. with more than llm tVe hope in the near future to grasp In England beards were not fashn ineial wealth of I'ein und as lit to ho this fact clearly and work out its full son. The cast still includes the names Qur.rtcilv mecti lg services at ionable after the cinqdest (ICG) until E. V. Morrow, Gr.uhuite Optician of Hobert Edebon. Wilton Lackae. possibilities. tarj--. ard .In..f a I ltt?il. saliva, i,,i, t.iiiitftntreu church Satuid.iy and Sunday, the grniMiy of tlu" wmld today as the thiritoiith Dog Acts as Caddie. wu-- j for t'i" v hi Id the'cie-sais- . of To combine energies, to make com- Max Figman, Rcec Ogliian, Lolita 15ro. Arnold the l'rcs'ding Elder of the at t: , r. Feter A bri-jh- t little Irish tinier hrs been Robeitsjii Lyria Lickson aid all tre "The ew Woild of the South." the Grat enjor mon capital of individual knowledge, tl.o Kus-ur.- 3. oven trainea f.j a perfect caddie by a D.uui'le Dibt. will be present. tluso of ran!:, to sar-ve-. Fut so fond experience and talent, is to deepen and others who participated in the plaj ' soKtr In" Louden w ere they or .h ir lonj, "ov.-in- s India's Wcven Wind. metropolitan triumph. beards When his nrtsttr i giving a losb0n widen our efficiency. i New EnsJ.iud's or even old Honor Roll. that they rofusi d. bo 1 eter sent out the terror roes out "Fine Feathers" is fiom the pen of and No club can do its best work if it is (oitnn trml is but in its liif.iiicy "ui.s soldieis with caavi..s .auss and and sits on the tocins; with the p.rt Eugene Walter, author of such bigsuc- green, v.e'l out content simply to amuse and entertain ' Henry, Val continued with the industry In India. razors to destroy every beard they Seventh of reach of the swinging club, critiitsmembers, no organization will hold I cesses as "raid in bull", "the Ea lest Cook, MiUlrtd Ue:.!e., Anne Reid, 'Tor wli.it cally watching the performance. He ale SO') jears against could find. purely sel-- 1 Way". "The Wolf" and "The Trail of James Slier, Guy Wntkins. together if its mathoda are i , ... follows, the flight of the hardest hit m ai tue t rine t , anu critics nave Sixth A. Gcoige SwireLrocd Nell S.OfOr s.i;,s :i writer. 'Tain us as lino fish. Opposite Post Oflicp. cr worst Eliced bill unerringly, and, as clab women pronounced his newest elFort to be al- Rigshy, Canie Belle Rinnans, CHjtou pre-e- anj that tun lie turned out at tlu fiecs d Court Trial. It is a hopeful sign that hiving marked it down, races to fetch d.ij by the most perfeit Bath In Connection. Thirty seconds v. as the time occu- it back. are becoming more and more responsive so his best. He has written a big play Moirow, M.iry Divi, Katie Baines He returns with the ball in Lsuira'hiie weie plodmed pied by the age which is service dealing with familiar conditions in iho Dickenson, Bernice Champ. England, gently held in his mouth, and drops it to the spiiit of the by the nimble llniars of Hindu spln- - magistrates in hearing a case. A man ' for others. Our own Woman's Club home and the world of business, and nets and the piin.itive looms of Hin- wao charged viJ.i being drunk, but it beside the sand Los. a great social ser- his characters are easily recogniztd feels it is a part of 'IjATWOOD du weavers a thousand jpars before was explained that he had taken his types of men and women. He has vice movement. the i ivs'-iof I'.iit.tin by the Kimi.ms. passage to Canr Ja, and had only Ealaar.i's Ace. purpose of the club written a number of big, vital paits, j When lliil'His vveie shivering in their minutes in which to catch his tei The fundamental Once upon i time a correspondent train S. L. I!ai:d sold a cow and calf to wo id. in with these stars in view, ind eveiy fait, the Hindus were glory- for Liverpool In a shade less than wrote tc th. editor of a religious pa is not self improvement, though, of Center Bios, foi 42.50. ing in g.iimcnis of a texture so line as half a minute the course, the literary department is line and scene is given full value. It prisoner had been Per asking wlictlur he believed that S. L. BjiiJ sold 8 calves to J. E. to hive earned the pootie description fined, had paid Hie n.oney, primarily intended for that purpose. is a liberal education in dramatic are to and had Balsam's, .i- -s rcai! spoke. The editor of 'woven wind." " left the court room at a run. nd Surgeon. 'replied: During the past year wherever oppor- see these masters of the acting art Hammonds for .$'." a piece. biLle sajs so, and Physician therefore we believe it. ar.d we would R. L. Biuner the Florida land agent, tunities have presented themselves we playing together. This is the first Sha Saw Him Passing By, say further thai if ever.vone who un LANCASTER, KY. have done what we could to encourage instance of an all star cast being ent was at Flatvvood Moi dr.y. Animals Resent Kecper'a Absence, That the aged aie not easily roused dertakes to thro.v discredit ou the Bi- Office Phone G. on the roal intact, and those familiar Residence Phone 220. thought along progressive lines, and to Mr. W. 15. Lie visited at Mis. to enthusiasm or exiifenient is well keeper of tbe Washington park ' ble story would, whenever The he opened create a sentiment for a town beauti- with matters theatrical can imagine Coimnejs agi.in last Sunday. known, but they are not often as ealm zoo in Milwaukee hails that it is not hi3 inou'h, sr'-alonly half as wisely well for him to leave the baby ani- - i or half as well as ful. We have tried to do our commun- the perfect performance resulting from Mv.s Josio Rogeis lias returmd m ns the old ladv tli.it the Windsor M.ign-7lnass did. we OIIIcb Hours mals, of which tlure arj alvajs a few should not have so the in the way of enlightment these players appearing in the tremen- visiting i datives at Valley View. Office ove. tells about. ity a service much nonsense R m 12 dous scenes and overvv helming climaxas on hands. When ho leuve3 the oung ' uttered as we i l to fell fiom'.i An 'd lp.m. to 1. stormed Pmik sior story by bringing before it in the past year have nov. to listen to." W. II. Furr sold a dry cow to window Into the street wheie j,,, leopards or other inf: nts th are likc- audi lecturers as Dr. Carpenter and provided by Eugene Walter's brilliant & Balhu-- for a little over 31 anxious crowd immediately gathered ly to sulk ?nd make themselves ill, pen. Dr. Locke, this year we are to have Could Not Escape Comparison. to st.(. wbetlier lie was sei Io'is.v in- and as he i3 ver fond of all of them Only a few of the moie important cents a ptuud. Dr. Lillian South, State Bacteriologist "Yes," said a sad-eehe takes very few vacations, and only man, "I mar-jured. One of his daughters j cities are to see the original production NorDENTIST. and Mrs. Roark of the Richmond fmr.tlf-nll.into the first Hour loom, when there are no oui.3 sniirak: that nea me wiiiovv or a man who was of "Fine Feathers.', and this is one of mal School, together with others who Lani-if- r, hanged, ard I thought that under the Phone 05. Ky. where his wife sat knitting, .mil eiletl. particular! need hia cure them. Rail Ferce Reflections. ! will speak upon subjects vital to all. circumstances there would be lo com- "Oli. nuither. r. father's r.ill"ii The sale of seats for the engagepansons in connection with the late Our last meeting was an enjoyable In the struggle to get wealthy it is from the top of the Iihiim' into the ment begins Friday morning Nov. 7 ft easy lamented, but I was mistaken." "Did : 'li. ileai: (M. dear: musical conducted by Misses Gill, Neatly Fut. after jou have saved jour fust 'Yes, my child," answered the old Dr. Johnson wc once in the com- she praise him just the same?" reand Daniels. The subject for the Box office at the Opera House. Or- million. joined his friend. "Well, not exactour next meeting will be School Im- ders for seats sent to Manager Scott Doesn't the inside of a passenger lady pl.n idly. lonking up from her pany of a man vvjo affected to main- ly," was the reply; "but we had not tain Dean Eerklcv 's rtrarie coition. provement, with such subjects as, will receive prcmrt attention. Prices train smell good the first time jou take woik; "I t ivv him pass the window." that "lothing esi.ts but as perceived been arrietl a week before she do- rarge from 50 cents to 2.00. a ride? "The School as Moral Force". "Mormat Hanging was too goou ror by some kind." When the gentleman al value of music4, art and literature in If everybody was honest the judge Paint Lick, was going away Dr. Johnson said to me." Kentucky. On Her Mind. could play checkers all the time. Ppe.iklng of a loblivist whose InLbt him. "Fray, sir. don't leave us, for wo misses ucnuicii, uvau aiiu scuuuis FKKAUIIHHSViLLK. Smith will have charge of the meeting Children are happy and carefree be- had failed, a senator said- - "He tried ta may perhaps forget to think of on i Brain and Beards. and all interested persons are cordially defeat wjth urb.init.v but lit'- - and then ou will cease to exist." cause they haven't a family to look The ancient Babylonians displayed Pjne l "- - , Office Hours coiisfimisly he shoui-- 1 his i Iiagrn-Fou- r invited. after. their superior intelligence by refusing i iim-noi'- p. " mj tliap. he Mis. Siuythi We will tell of our Library in another The moie a per?on worries the moie to wear beards, but the Assjnans let Mr Ben Holtzclaw has the grippe. Not Flattering to White Men. Mis. Sni the- failed on a friend, ex) ex he is worried. issue. them crow wild. The Jews nil v.nra I DeE-nani . A. Wheeler lug to be asked to stay for lunch'"!! The negroes of Guinea have little beards, as they were forbidden to mar M. K. Mrs Susan Edmiston is visiting relaSonic of us aie made on the order of But the friend didn't ask her. and r belief in a state of future punishment. them. The Tartars waged a long war Doctors Of Denial Surgery. tives at Gilberts Creek. a flashy front with a va- Mrs. Pni the. seereth much t, Grammar. disappoint Some of them who live on the with the Persians, declaring inhowever, belUve that the un- fidels, because they would them cut Oflice Stornus niillclinizove. Hurt .1. Anitrr- lb cant lot behind. ed and put out. rose to go She didn't F. L. Thompson sold 40-- 140 Mr. not ou't The man who makes the most of intend in the leist to rhovv her legri' consciously wicked suffer hereafter a hogs to Center Bros , at $7.10. There was a young lady from Kent, their beards, after the custom of the LANCASTER, luruiturr Store. what he has usually has moie than but luvohint.il 11. as she put out her continual state of drowning. If they , Tartars. Wh'ch proves KENTUCKY. Whose grammar was terribly bent; that the TarMr. Grover Gastineau and family, of most men. hand, she s.iid. 'Well, goodby, dear Mrs are still more and consciously wicked tars were a brainy tribe. Pittsburgh She said to her flame, Point Leavell, visited Mr. JohnNaylor. they are "turned into white men and Dispatch. A good many divorces result from Luncheon.' " Utiea Observer. "I'm so glad you have came, go bcond the sea." Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress and famjly the thrifty habit of taking roomeis. But I'll miss yq so much when you've What a Child Needs Most. A woman can learn moie on a three yisited her father, Mr. J. J. Smith, of went.,' Willing to Take a Chance. It is not. after all, a smattering of wpeks visit than a man can pick up in Post, Brodhead. Pittsburgh A Scotch cider of the kirk, who was Joke of Years .Ago. chemistry or an acquaintance with the years at cul ege. four s A clcrginan preaching a ser- - visiting London for the first time, was habits of bees whieh will carr our We know her quite well, and a blunder Mr. F. L. Thompson sold a pair of Ihere are exceptions to the rule, but chiitlieu through life, but a e.ip.icity nion upon "Death," in the course of conducted into Leicester Square after mare mules to Virgil GasOf hers often rends us asunder; as a general proposi ion the man who for doing what the do not want to do, which he asked the question: "Is it j dark and shown the brilliant exterior She said this is true tineau for $335. 'of the two grand palaces the Alhauv wears a tall hat with a short coat is if it be a thing width needs to be not a Folemn thought?'' His four-jear-"I seen what to do, Rev. Thompson, of Georgetown, is after your money. They will have to do many old boy, who had been listening in I bra and the Empire. Pointing to the done. And I done it," Now ain't she the assisting Rev. R. B. Baird in a meeting things they do not want to do later on, rapt attention to his father, immedi allurements of the latter, his friend wonder? if their lives are going to be worth ately answered in a shrill, piping said: "Wouldn't jou like to go inat the M. E. Church. Good crowds at A Mammoth Sunday School. Altoona Times. each the living, and the sooner they learn voice, so as to be heard throughout side?" Sand pulled himself together service. Mr. R. E. Tur!ey,s Sunday school to stand to their guns the better for the house: "Yes, sir, it is." Vintage and in a furtive whisper inquired. She spends lots of time with a book, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Pettus gave an class of the Fiist Christian church, or them and for all tin se whose welfare 'of loC3, "Dao ye think onybouy wad see us?" Historical, trashy or cook. elegant masquerade party last Friday as many as could go some fifty odd, will be in their hinds. Agnes Uepplier And she says: "I enjoy, " Phuevening. The affair was most pleasant went to Winchester Sunday in ten auto- In Atlantic Month!. Reading books, my dear boy, and highly enjoed. Cause they learn me so much." on invitation of the Christian mobiles, Why There Are Bachelors. Get the hook. Ballard & Thompson sold two cows Xhuich Sunday school of that city. It has been eomputed th.it our planet They swelled the number of pupils to Is peopled by about 1,700,000,000 living He coaxed her one morning to fly; ana calves to Center Bros., for $110.00. They bought 40 head of mixed cattle 1,447, and the collection for the day members of the human species and They fell from half way to the sky, Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Dr. Evan", was $603.02. The men's Bible class of of Health, Dr. from different parties at Gets. welt Known When asked to explain, that tills very i expectable total in- says: "There is almost no relation be- ecialist Holmes, the am convinced sin spwrites. "I tho that Garden. D. L. Pendleton and R. C. Prewitt ocShe replied with much pain: Mr. John Quincy Naylor, aged 33 cludes some Tv'OO.OOO moie men than tween sKin diseases ami the Llooil," The l D.D. rrtfacriptlon Is as mi.cli a specilic cupied the main auditorium of the women. Supposing all w omen to be j fiCIn must lt riire tlirmif-l- i llm ci. It. for eczcata as iiinine for malaria. 1 '.'It almost killed he and I." of this place, and Miss Bertha Hiatt, v ashed out. and su I avc l5en preserving- the D.D.u. remedy The Kcrms must Icon found wo-tChicago Record- - Herald. aj:e 23, of Crab Orchard drove over.to Winchester church, and C89 men were married or assured of marrying, this halves have long 'or It will take away the Itch Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. in attendance. The contest was besignifies ."i,."i00,000 men this country are now rereed on this, an3 tho Instant jou aiply it. Altho a strong suffragette. disproportion Stanford last Wednesday and vveie In fact, arc so sure of what D.D.D tween the Winchester school and the vyintei green. She said of her cooking; "You bet united in marriage. vlio are bachelors willy nilly without ore prescribing a was'i of Growers of what we selL be glad one at Rushville, Ind., as to which considering the few who may have and all anu oilier insrcuienla rot- eczema willlet do for youa that we will our guaryou have I do it so well Jl bottle on other sl.ln diseases. This com- to Fred Shaw, who formerly lived would have the largest number of Mr. as D.D,D, Prescription antee tbat it will cost you nothing v i had bachelorhood thrust upon thein by pound Is Uiio-vYou pjainly can tell less you find that It does tho work. here, hut now of Crab Orchard, is in pupils and amount of collections that the unresponsiv e ladles of their choice for Eczema. There's nothing you couldn't of et" H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. tough luck. Last Wednesday a burglar day. and Rushville won with 1,588, and R. E. McRoberts & Son. New York Times. Western Teacher. entered his home and stole 23 watches $780 collected. Winchester won on new "There was a young lady from Garrard and some money. No clew as to the pupils, having 248 to Rushville'? 218. Earliest Hunger Strike. Lexington. Kentucky. i The feelings of all she harrard, identity of the burglar. Mr Shaw is a The Richmond visitors were invited to What was tho date of the earliest jtiT-- ii "She s,aid to her beau. ssaivr 1"tT"'T first class watch repairer and always lunch and shown manycourtecles. The hunger strike? In the second or third fa's dqne gqt the dough, has njore watches than he can im- return was made via Lexington and century of this era a Greek student D321L locnty Court Dajs. q vyhy s,hoqld we wait tobe'marrard." mediately fix. the party, after a very pleasant day, wrote: "Theon to his father Theon, 'Richmond. 1st. Monday. greeting. It was a fine thing of ynu The usual pranks were ' indulged in returned home after dark. Climax. Paris. 1st. Monday. not to take me with you to Alexandria. OrUfrfalShh y Mate! 5Ut igff Vrefcnj5ng,3 by our bare brained youths last Friday H Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Send me a Iyie, I implore you. evening, being Halloween. Gates off Harrodsburg, l3t. Monday. If you don't I won't eat; 1 won't drink. all sizes and kinds were lifted of Lexington, 2nd. Monday. There, now!" hinges, and in one instance the gate Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. has not been found. Piles of rock 1 "he four designs of Cortright Metal Shingles a3 hown above are Shelbyviile, 2nd. Monday. Testing the Iron. The undersigned hereby give warn- placed in highways at one or two Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. I raade in any of the following ways: The laundress puts a little saliva on left me with a frightful cough aud j ing to all perspns not to trespass upon places were obstructions in name and f 5 Danville, 3rd. Monday. and painted Red. e . Stamped from the flatlron to see if it is hot enough. our lands for any purpose whatever as nature and if the culprit were known r very weaK. inau spells when 1 could nt hnnlltr Hrantha vi onoob iui . in Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. and painted Green. !. Stamped from Tin-plaIf It runs along the iron rapidly it ts vwtvuv t DPvan .. we will prosecute all offenders to ful- it would put that person to consider, a minutes. My aoctor coma lij .lu ,i i g process. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. not help j hot enough, but if it sticks to the botI. Strmped from and Galvanized by a e lest extent of the law. Hunters and. able trouble. One lad hurrying home me? but I was completely cured byE tom and is evaporated the Iroa Is too 1 'a I. Mt. Sterling-- . 3rd. Monday. Galvanized Sheets. d Stamped from special Fishermen especially take notice, from church fell over one batch of cold. The reason is that if hot enough, Somerset, 3rd. Monday. ach and every genuine Cortright Metal Shingle is embossed with thU rock and sustained a badly barked p. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. the bottom of the drop of saliva Is Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. " Cortright Reg. U. S. Pat. Off." rrade-marInto vapor and the drop rolls, but Ed & N B Price LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. J. W Sweeney shii. A little fun is For Sn'c by along the Iron rapidly; if too cold tho when it comes to such pranks where Winchester, 4th. Monday. M. Farra W. G. Anderson Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. .John .drop sticks and evaporates gradually. life and limb are endangered, patience local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street, Monticello. 4th. Monday. 50c AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. j. If. &W. S. Weaver. x x ceases to be a virtue. Philadelphia, Pa. Versailles, 4th. Monday. The Womans GEub r; News "i to k I '"'ravoi """''"" "F""'" ...... vi ht-g- Education of Children. Education bho-ilbe of the kind that is of use to the child as a foundation for woik. EJiiiIo.i sliou'.d be so arranged thrt the child may take what is best foi hia rrticu'ir case. A trained export u,io sfidics each child and prescrih s h s kind of education judging by tho r . roptoms as docs the physician will Le worth his piice in guidins the j .j h into trrlning. We wroiiK the cei. 'ren'by omitting this form of educaiit.i. d i ..-- New-Yor- k "y.ure Stslo. Accordirg tc the best authorities, the aboriginal Indian of America Is gtRerall without any be'is.f m an form of future punishment for sin Oftice Ht Rainey s Lively Stab.1. The hap-- i hunting grounds are reserved for the biHW. As to where i Lancaster. Kentucky the v.icl-ego, they ara silent. The Ojibvvas, however, belitrs that the souls of ti e v.icked follow a v.ide path to the v,.st ai.,1 om.r a. long lodge after crorsms a a. d rarrow river ci a ht'io r.ia'v. Fero they are for ever J:..unttd bv the ghs-'tof those things, pui:..atc and inaniaate, which mey wronssJ.in life. Red Man's Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary and Dentist. Surgeon d dt-t- p s te c ur.-s'.ie- 1 well-know- n THE NEW Knsc-Innd- 's A.-V.'- ilma Barber Shop nt .v J. E. Ssale.Prop W. M. ELLIOTT, nn ! j j j i ' c l. e se.-om- B. IP. Waipjiji ni-li- ed d ,r,-"l- H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. ! I I - bill-boai- f I sea-coas- , vv.-.- TFSEES four-year-o- Fruit and Shade ' Eczema Shrubs, Grape Vines, Peonies, Phlox, barb, Roses, Etc. 1 so h- w-- e tnj-in- n POSTED 1 Tin-plat- te - Tin-plat- hand-dippin- tight-coale- OR. KBNC'S all-rig- ht ew Oisooverv con-yert- k, !., v lClgC 1 pi s ? 4" The Central Reuuru, rriday, Nov 7, 1913. HIS FIGHTING RESOURCES; By W. R. ROSE. - Five Years of Successful Sales Of LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO I j- - j - - 1 s in great quantities, and at the highest price, have proven the Danville market to be the BEST MARKET you can drive your wagon to. We are ready for another season which we expect to be the best yet. a TLa DnAnlnA TnltnnAA Uf ttPAHAII Aft NIC rcupicd Wiumbu waieriuuao Allan bad to face a tion. The landlords opposed him as a wrecker and robber. The poll-- 1 1c1ans looked upon him as an Intruder and meddler. He rather liked this opposi1 tlon. It developed his fighting resources. One day Laura passed Edwards an angry man on the stairway. She was knew he angry by his mutterings and his heavy tread fiery and his face. "Did you just have a caller?" she asked Allan. He laughed. "Yes. That was great the fierce opposi- "As a result or the almost country wido drought and the greatly reduced acreage planted to potatoes followis the overproduction of last season, tlia potato crop this year bids fair to be little more than half of what It was last year. For this reason It will be well to savo the small potatoes at digging time, for there Is likely to be a strong demand for them for seed next spring. Instead of going begging at 20 cents a bushel, as they did last spring, potatoes are more likely to bo retailing at from 1.50 to $2 before another year rolls around. Those who find it either necessary of convenient to construct the under ground or pit silo should remember that the gases generated by the fer menting of the ensilage are poisonous and that the air conditions existing in such pits are very much like those found at the bottom of many old wells Whether it Is safe to go down into either of these places can be determined by letting a lighted lantern into them. If it continues to burn there U sufficient oxygen present for the man to breathe, while if the light goes out it Is conclusive proof that carbon oi oxide is present In dangerous Interesting proof of the benefit to the soil of leads of tile which are laid to drain it, making possible the bettei circulation of soil, air and moisture, be found In the burrowing which tliu mole does in the garden. Several of these little fellows have been tunneling this season in the writer's garden patch, and Invariably close to and ju:t above the tunnels the soli has been tnofctt, and, more than this, the vege tables growing near thoe avenues in which the air has fouud more rapid circulation have been uniformly mort thrifty and luxuriant. This is a simple demonstration of the value of tiling, but it is effective nevertheless. to Program Of The Exercises Of The Garrard County ScJiool ffialty and Lancaster, Ky., J air 1913. ttawsjri-date- d 'Saturday November 8th, 10:00 A. M. Prayer, I'rof. K. A. London of the Paint Lik School. Music by Miss Sarah Daniels, of the Lancaster Grat!d School. Welcome Address by Kev. F. JI. Tinder oi Lancaster. Response Prof. I. N. Hacker of the Iluena Vista CoreoKiIiiU-- Schfil. Address, Dr. J. G. Crabbe, Pres. Eastern Normal Scltfeol, ItiohmonJBKy. Spelling: Contest. Afternoon Session. 1:00 P. M. Music by Miss Daniels pupils. Address by Mis3 Georgia Dunn. Music by Prof. J. W. Ireland of the Stanford Graded School. Declamatory Contest. Music by Miss Daniels pupils. Address by Prof. M. A. Cassiday of Lexington. Address by Prof. J. S. Dickey, of Howling Green. Address by Mr. R. S. Eubanks. Editor of the Southern School Journal f Lexington. Address, Prof. Smith of Berea College. Address by Dr. E. H. Mark, of the State Board of Health, Green, Ky. Announcement of Premiums by I'rof, M. L. Caneer of the Graded School. fl " M s $ la nftfirasssssssBs - iP I1M : .- -S --- -. -- ""T "- ' g a is ... 11 is unequalled in Floor Space,Wide Driveways, and under all the splendid warm, dry barn for horses and wagons. ft ? Ask The Men Who Have Been In Our House Before 5 M ft ; ft. Our capable force is at your service, better equipped now than ever before. Liberal and fair treatment assured you. FREE Insurance on your Tobacco, FREE Stable and Shed Room. NO charge for Rejections. Location on Perryville Road, near Q. & C. Depot, most convenient in town. Good streets on three sides of our buildings. ft fa? Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Company. INCORPORATED. VS. VS&SA 2 VSgS. VS&SS k $K 5 iS-- i Pros K$'v&&i&V&v&VK3 0Oyal$VCiiVayVCi? I. Al. DUISIV, How's This? GOD'S MEDICINES ?BBmftt&- CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N j Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. We offer One Hundred Dollars The Cowioj Batalist according' to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-MooThe Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the- Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Compounded Body-Toni- c. n, ORIGINATOR OF CHEYHSE IKDIM REMEDIES 8 Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his Arm. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation. i. SCIEICE SOfE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky Dusting, Cleaning All apd Polishing back-breaki- ng at One Time O-Ce- THE old way to clean a hardwood floor was to dust it, then clean it, then task lots of work and and polish it. A half-day-'s even then the result was not always satisfactory. Polish Mop you dust, clean and But the new way with the polish all at once. Easy, quick and satisfactory. No stooping or bending. No hard rubbing. You simply pass the mop over the floor all the dust anil dirt is collected and held and the floor is given a hard, durable, lasting polish. A few minutes easy work and the result is always satisfactory. OfeM0P for cleaning and dusting everywhere not only the floors, but the tops of doors, the You don't have to stairs and banisters, etc Everywhere, all the move the beds and heavy furniture, you can reach under them easily, for the handle of the mop is 54 inches long. Polish Mop is only $1.50, and every cent of The price of the your money will be refunded, if. after two days trial, you do not find it satisfactory in every respect. We know you will Cud it the most satisfactory household article you ever used. POLISH Tbe Varclsk Foo4 Try It at Our Risk ltfffliMrtnfca, raws, laratfrt, IbrfoclflomCc imp tW. ,. Hurt & Anderson. uaupi ret nun uuunun mnoimaun MASTIC PAINT Insures die Life of Your Home n No other factor adds more to the life of your property and will increase its value at a smaller expenditure than Mastic Paint "The Kind That Lasts. " i assures permanent satisfaction. It has stood the test of time for more than 40 years and you cant go wrong in using it Guaranteed by the manufacturers, Peeslee-Gaul-be- rt Co., Louisville, Ky., Mastic Paint tion of the finest pure White Lead, Zinc and Linseed Oil. The formula is plainly printed on every can. It is far superior to any other paint and more economical. Mastic Paint is the unadulterated combina- "The boss!" "Yes. He came here to have if out with me. He me to warned keep off the grass. He even used threats." The girl's face suddenly grew pale. "You mustn't be rash," she said Then she hastily added: "The league can't spare such a valuable official." "The great McCool is a good deal of a bluffer," he said. "Besides, 1 fancy I have trimmed his fangs." "How?" "There is a certain man who feels Indebted to me. I have helped him at times helped him when his need was urgent. In some way he has come into possession of certain facts regarding the great McCool." "Why, that's splendid!" Laura cried. "He was such a stumbling block." "And I have more good news for you," he said. "I am to have an interview on Thursday morning with the dreadful Crimmins. It is the first time he has consented to see me." "Be careful," said Laura. "He is May 1 called a revengeful man. some on Thursday afternoon and hear the result of the meeting?" "May you come " echoed Allan. "I shall feel much hurt if you fail to come." When Laura entered the office oi the league that Thursday afternoon, Allan was sitting at his desk with a bandage about his head. "Wh-wha- t has happened?" she cried. "Nothing serious," he answered. "Merely a bump with Mr. Crimmins' compliments." "Tell me about It?" "There is little to tell," Allen answered. "After Mr. Crimmins presumed upon our brief acquaintance by handing me this souvenir." "What was the argument?" "It was based upon my ability and willingness to hunt up Mr. Crimmins at any time and beat him to a frazzle If he persisted in annoying us." "And what was the result of this heroic form of persuasion?" "The wreckers will begin to demolish the Crimmins tenements next Monday morning." "Splendid!" cried the girl. Allan was a busy man, while the dreadful old buildings gave up their horde of lodgers. There were homes to be found, there were hungry mouths to be fed. And then one morning a man in a blue uniform came to the Edwards home. "I'm a sanitary officer, miss," he said to Laura, "and I bring you a message from Mr. Merllng. He has been taking care of a sick boy, miss, and we find it's smallpox, and they've both been sent to the hospital for contagious cases." He saw that Laura was crying and said no more. So the weeks went by and then a letter came to Laura. Allan was no longer in the hospital. He was at a sanitarium. "I am coming to see you before go, although it will hurt my pride," "I'm not scarred up so he wrote. much, but bony, painfully and un pleasant to look upon. But I want to see you." Three days later he followed the letter. Laura heard the carriage and ran to meet him, and drew him into the library and put him in the big easy chair. "This is fine." he said. "Everybody is so good to me. Such funny things happen. That carriage driver out there asked me if he might shake hands with me. And do you see this Utile bunch of flowers. A woman was waiting at the door of the sanitarium. She gave me that. She's the mother of that sick boy, you remember the one I helped. They are having such a time finding the right sort ot nurse to go with me. I'm quite fussy, you know, and need such a lot of care. Why, what's wrong?" She was looking down at him, and her eyes were filled with tears. "Don't he whispered. "I shall be sorry I came. Can't you see how I'm trying to brace up? Don't you realize how it hurts me to go away from you?" She suddenly stooped and put her loving arms around him and kissed his scarred face. "Oh, my dear," she murmured, "you will take me with you and let mo care for you always." ItewStr? Laeater who may be pestered with chiggcrt we repeat here a remedy printed hi these notes some time ago. Get a few For the benefit of any of our reader? Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. ounces of hyposulphite of soda, which can bo bought at mot any drug ston for 10 or 15 cents a pound, and makt a saturated solution with it that is dissolve in a small quantity of watm all that it will hold. Bathe the the chlgcrs have burroweC with this solution. It seems to pene Irate to them and kill them. N'o harm fui effect comes from the application of the solution, but only a slight smarting of the parts that have been scratch ed or irritated. on one's hogs keeping free from hog e hai-pcue- WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. Lancaster. Kentucky. It is pretty lisky business counting d cholera because they lm-- never to have It when the neiglilxjrs on all sides are lo.ing animals fr.ioi the same cause. Were the writer In tliis predicament he would get these hogs aboard cars for a central market as soon as possible or have every one of them inoculatctl with the hog chol era serum in the hands of a compe The situation re tent veterinarian. furred to is one In which many a farm er finds or is quite Miie to find himself before this wort epidemic in years has subsided, and it is a pretty goo-- ' Idea for him to he in readiness to meet the emergency some time befo't his hogs show symptoms of the ilN ease. TTilsssrwrrw'mrTMmrrrsranMi isrfirifissii"1!! -"J 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 The other day a New York woman who claimed she had been a victim ii. the treadmill of household drudgerj for some twenty years and had politically no letup, deliberately stole a number of articles from a department Btore that she might be arretted and vpend a night in jail. She stated to the police judge who heard her case that this was the first rest and change she had had in twenty years. This !. without question an extreme, but there Is little question that it suggests a condition that is prevalent in a greater or less degree In more than one town and country home. It comes about as a result of the husband and sometimes the children looking upon the wife and mother as a luMi&chold machine that earns her room and board and that that Is all she is entitled to. In some Instances this tired and overworked "machine" has to go out from the home for good before the husband that she was entitled to better treatment and had hopes and aspirations for some leisure to devote to higher interests. ZLTJ'9- wy W Fountain Pen Self -- Filling 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 1L Drug 1CZ2L 3C Store. 3C 1 sssss 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 of Cardui, the woman's tonic, relieved me entirely. I feel like another person, now." ANNOUNCEMENT. On account of the scarcity and high cost of feed, we are compelled to announce the following prices on milk coupon books sold after November 1st, 1913, 32 pint milk coupon books at $1.25. 61 pint milk coupin books at $2.50. 128 pint milk coupon books at $5.00. Accounts are due on presentation. Most of our customers prefer to pay cash for their books, and on account of our not having to keep books and make collections from such customers, we are able to grant the following discojnts on books sold for cash: 10 cents on each 32 pint coupon book. 25 cents on each 64 pint coupon book. 60 cents on each 128 pint coupon book. The net cost of books to customars paying cash for same would therefore be. 32 pint milk coupon books at $1.15. 61 pint milk coupon books at $2.25. 128 pint milk coupon books at $4.40. Best Creamery Butter and Butter Milk at Market Price. To the occasional customer who has no coupon book, we sell at 5 cents per pint. Our aim is to furnish a high class of service at the most reasonable price possible. Suggestions and criticisms will be thankuilly received. TAKE Cardui The Woman's Tonic for over 50 Cardui has been helping 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 ri years, - TJD v.sW.sW ff Ask for beautifully illustrated book "Homes and How to Paint Them," also color card of 45 color combinations. R. E. McRoberts Lancaster, Ky. & Son. CASTOR I A Tor InEants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought J JTl jk Blue GrassDairy & Ice Co. H. V. BASTIN, Pres. I Bears the Signature of aZ&i k ,l fff 3EZDEHEZ31ZZ :c fl l4 u The Central Record, Friday, Nov 7, 1913. Hyomei Soothes, Purifies, Heals Catarrh Ills. ., tJi PROTECT .THE Page 5 i HEART FROM RHEU- - HA1IM ACK 170 :LVJ CM they ..wit; I..J , '3?f a.lJ ij be. ' Feci" J07 Lvd j -- i PWP, I'sfy f& "N. -' ia n. n j y - -V l "mSvkZL- - f?KQv-.-T?44 ill e.fci Tae "Bill-Ba- e t ' nore hy invested than any o'her r"'l - i cujut. 1 L'i:. fcives T'IC to F"ve nnney en n.V or '." It k.? ptr '7 ?i - i l- 1 f UT '!1t Cir wo La ic "c!r - to r.rft- i SsS-3S H trtde rnrk. 's 3 facf,c i" vrj srti :t. "IVli-li-.iv.!- is. It 11 ' ' IS gff Wffl&Z'&l'' '&- r Vl'x TiV -- sj- wiN' - nr.J ho who Ins w. uj will tell vo-- t! is is so. Cm.- - in a W Vi fca '&,om ti5 Vr Becker, Ballad AND COMPANY jlfcr Jl When you have that choked and stuf fed up feeling in the morning, crusts in the noae, raising of mucus, droppings in the throat and offensive breath, you are affected with catarih. Immediate steps should be taken to stop the disease or it will become chronic and serious. By all means use Hyomei. Money refunded by R. E. McRoberls & Son if not satisfied. It is a medicated .air treatment that does not drug and derange the stomach, but is breathed in through the Hyomei inhaler that comes with every $1.00 Outfit. Is effectively destroys the catarrh germs and quickly soothes and heals the irritated mucous membrane of the nose and throat. Get a complete outfit now and be cured of catarrh. R. E. McRoberts & Son. Preparing For Ths Stock Show. Rheuma Purifies The Bleed And Off Complicating Throws Diseases. Weakening of the blood tissues by continued attacks of Rheumatism af-- j fects the heart and produces compli cations which result fatally. RHEUMA puts the blood in condition to ward off other diseases and eradicates Rheuma tic conditions lrom the whole system Recommended for all forms of Rheu matism. 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts. This letter will convince you of its great value: "I "was so crippled with Sciatic DocRheumatism I could not walk. tors could do nothing for me Aftei taking three bottles of RHEUMA, the Rheumatism had entirely left me." Guy Torley, 19 Summit Ave., St Paul, Minn. ' - ) ! ' !l week. Leslie Bradshaw sold to A. C. Miles, one cow at 3J cents per puui.d. Mrs. .Dollie Cotton and Mr. William Ray surprised their many friends by getting manied, Monday evening, Oct. 27th, at the home of Mr. and Mrs Char lie Cotton. The officiating minister beft ing Rev. J. W. Beagle, of Lancaster. tators. In consequence of impending short- The bride' is a most estimable lady of Bryantsville, Ky. age of beef, pork and mutton, pro- Madison'county while the groom is a ducers all over the United States and prosperous farmer of this place. Canada are devising ways and means to expand production and on this acUAItKSIIUKl'. count unusual interest is being taken E in the 1913 exposition. imperaThe Ed Clark sold a pair of work mules S tive lesson of economy in prodjetion for $400.00 s! is, idcil wearier, an J outdiar cnjojineat dispel all Go where fair will be taught forcibly and effectively, thou'at 0 winter's diicoafort. by the men who are now engaged in Robert and Louis Goins of Indianaadapting their methods to changing polis are with their parents. Ws: 3TEE3 conditions. New feeding and breeding Mrs. Ison of Letcher county who is NOW AVAILABLE VIA problems will be presented in the stage the guest of Mrs. Kelley Hogg ha3 reof at least partial solution at this covered from a several days illness. gathering. Mrs. Garriot Ellison of Williamsburg The 1913 International Live Stock and Mrs. Nannie Smith of Crab OrEpositiou at Chicago will be so dis chard were the guests of their brother similar from previous events of the Rev. Mahan and wife last week. same nature that both those seeking The sale of the late C. M. Jenkin TO ALL REBOOTS G7 T.'IE SOUTH instruction and diversion will be well was held at "Burnt Tavern" on TuesINCLUDING FLORIDA, KllV C.':1LE.''.?JS, PAAfAA AND rewarded by attending. day of last week with a large crowd in "LAWD EJt 'oJlY." attendance. The following were sold Mi-o-LONG RETURN LIAIIT. TICKETS ON ALO DMLV. Quickly Ends In- to the highest bidder, corn ?3.G0 per ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVEPRIVILEGES. barrel, brood mares 517.50 and S80. 75 digestion. - AND pound shoats at $3.25, oats at 13. per EQUIPMENT, SERVICiSCE:.3HY UK3URPASSED, Do not continue to suffer with heartton, geldings from ?90 to 101. one pair For dcicils consult Sny Ticket Agent cr write burn, dizziness, after dinner distress, mules 217. sheep 1.00 per head, cows Ih.- C. KIIIG, Pi::cris:r ar.J Tik:;:t Aiert lS t K!ain St. Lexington, Ky. heada he, biliousness, pain ir the bowels 2i. and 32. fat hogs ?G.90 I.M. Dunn, SI2l or sour and gassy stomach. Get relief auctioneer. at once buy today a fifty cent box a Tablets. They quickly and of surely end indigestion and stomach lAINi' I.1CK. distress are perfectly harmless. There is no long waiting for results-- no Miss Nettie Treadway returned home need to deprive yourself of the food Friday from a visit to friends in Berea. you like best but fear to take because Mrs. A. B. Estridge and little daughEat what you of stomach distress. ter, Lucille spent Fridsy in Lancaster. want at any lime and take PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH. Miss Lillian Cochran was the guest Do not suffer stomach distress an other hour. It is not only needless but of her aunt, Mrs. Walker Guyn, SaturR R may be dangerous manv serious dis- day and Sunday. Direct Line to eases have their origin in he stomach The "box supper" given at the and bowels. school Friday night was quite a success Begin using Mi now at once. about thirty five dollors was taken in. Money back if not satisfied. R E. Misses Margaret Anderson and Stella McRobeits& Son. Hendren of Kirksville were week-en- d guests of Misses Stella and Loula New Versions Of Old Proverbs. Two Through Trains Daily. n Mr. and Mrs. Salem Wallace of Spare the rod and spank the child. Leave Danville at 5.23 a. m. 3:10 p. m. and Mr. J. H. Wallace of LouLi- One man mav lead a horse to the f alo fi troa MUVU.U.., Arrive Louisville at 8:10 d.m 8:10 p. m. water, but gallons won't make him ' rt11 tiiAia irnaola l 1VIUVI1I.J Q a ( ti rl o ir UVVO ,!!&, Vl Airive St. Louis at 3:10 p. m. 7:31 a. m. and Sunday. diuuk. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars on both trains. Cafe, Parlor Never put on today what you want Mr. William Wynn who was thrown Car on day train. No change. clean for tomorrow. from a wagon and severly injured about Local Train. Lv.Danville 7:30 a. m. Ar Louisville 11:10 a. m. All swells can spend well. three weeks ago is improving and will For any information write, Tco mqny cooks are better than none. soon be able to be out. 'Do," or you willbe "done" by and The young people of the neighborhood B HARRIS TODD, District Passenger Agent. by. Starks Building. LOUISVILLE, KY. were entertained at the home of Mr. Give a pinch and cause a yell. ;;m:rswy?Bfca and Mrs. R. G. Woods last Wednesday u:l-- : x jm tnu.;'MMtf First buy your hair, then wear it. evening. Music, games and delicious A kiss is as good as a smile. refreshments afforded a jiLook before you lend. evening to all. Only a wise politician knows his own W&&&&&&&8 bill. seldom spurned. STANFORD. Try the following drinks bottled by the Bet not, fret not. Continual dropping in wears away Mrs. J. W. Alcorn spent several welcome. Police step in where virtue fears to days in Louisville shopping. Becker, Preliminaries of the International Live Stock Exposition at Chicago, Nov. 29-tDec. G, have been completed, entries are being tubulated and the groundwork laid for the best display of food animals and draft.horsesever congregated in America or elsewhere. Entries largely outnumber those of previous years and the galaxy of purebred and fat live stock to be assembled may never meet in the competitive arena again. Construction gangs are busy increasing show facilities, buildings are being enlarged or altered to accommodate the expansion of the exposition and unsurpassed accommodation will be furnished both exhibitors and spec KUCKKYK. W. T. Noel attended court in Richmond, Monday. Mrs. A. C. Miles, who has been very ill is impioing. Mrs. J. S. Gilbert visited her sister, Mrs. Floyd Curtis, at Fairview, last r.n SViJ we OTER FARES "'A ', puge County Court, will 22:j, I will offei for !i!e to the hijjhtst bidder in fiont of the Court House Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, on MONDAY, NOV. 21, 1913. County Court Day, the real estate or i evidence property owned by George W. Evans at the time of his death, on the corner of Stanford and Unfold Ken Stiects in the city of tueky, fronting 10J feet on Stanforc The Kntckers stieet known on the plat of said citv When Mary Mjgdalene annointed us Lot No 22, a:.d only 120 feet fron. are tvvc the Savioui's feet with oil, the knock- the Court House; on thi3 ers set up a great hue and cry; "Why residences, two citterns, stable arc was not the oil sold ard the morej other out buildings in god fctete ot mot-ergiven to the poor": The ones who repair; one of th rejidei,c.s m ,i eott:-g- ( , cjTiparativf'j m-'lhu made this kick had no oil and piobabl id-locati'in for a Dr. no hair, if tiey had they would have propel ty u an used the oil to greae Ineir own pompa- or merchant. This proptrtj is capable of sub divisdours and the juor woul have had lo use axle grease or gone without as is ion and will be oii.Ted sjjMrauOy am as a whole and the Ud accepted re ah usuallv the case. Billy Sunday siijs knoct ots are so ing the most money. ThKVS. low they wi'l i.eed u fijing mat-hirt The ate uill be a ado for cash i get up to hell. Such men aiid wenur hand, pajuble 1, ID1-1- , wh aie even in the church and church possession vvi 1 Jai.uarv be s;iven ai.ddeed madi . work. If some good wuik is acctin- t exephshed they straightway get out Ineir The puichatser hammers ar.d begin to Kncck. "It cute bond day of sale fo.- the performwas'nt done in the right way, tec ance of his contract. n For further iufurur-lioapply to W much money v. as spent, the old Luild-in- g was good enough, the money should B. Mr.sun, Lancaster, Ky. J. F. Robinsoi:, Executor of Georgi have been given to missions, or lo the W. Evans, Decerned. poor, "and so on, ad nauseum. The ones that do the most kicking are the Col. I. M. Djiiii, Auctioneer. This Novembers, 191. ones that usually give the least or not one cent. Those who kic? because some good work is not con ducted according to 11 eir notion, are of not much account on earth or any where else and what eveiy enterprise needs, is workers, not knockers. OF ix-o- Mrs. Claud Archer visited Mrs. Telley Green last week. Mr. and Mrs. Mersifee McQuerry visited friends at Car'ersville Sunday. Misses Mary a; d Vina Ross were vis- ""ss iNel,le 0l'azlv wuuruay. Mr. E. D. Coo', was visiting A. J. Hammock near C.irtersviilti Su'iilay. fl'here was quite a number of oung- atets from thu vici'iity chestnut, hunting Saluiday. Mrs. E. G. Hammack and Miss Nellie Beasta visited Mrs. A. J. Ham-mac- k Sunday. The house of Solon Black was burned Sunday night with all its contents having caught from a defectedflue. Executor's Sale her sister Of Town Property. e TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE Money Back for any cae of that R!iU3i3&m, NeuraVia or Headache Solace Fails To Pienove. "'"' A3 Executor of the estate of George SOLACE P.EMEDY is a recent mediV. Evans, deceased, and by virtue un- cal discovery of three German Sciender the will of said George W. Evnr.- tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystal Gdrrani and Purifies the Blood. It is easy lo of record in the Clerk-- ' o:fi-- It n 1 take, and will not affect tin? weakest stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure Fenxl and Drugs Law to be absolutely fn from opiates or harmful drug of any description SOLACE is a pure specific in ever way, and has been proven beyond question to if thi- - surest and quickest remedy for Uric Acid Trouble? known to medical sciei.ee, no matter lw.v Ihc staialing. It reaches and removes the root of the trouble (Uric Acid) nml purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Cnik are the Sole U. S. Agents and have thousands of voluntary testimonial letters which have been received freui grateful hmhV SOLACK has rto:eiI to health. 'Itstinmtiial letters, literature and FREE BOX sent upon st. e U-in- lcq-Jic- R. Lee Meni', president of the First National Bank of c'hii'o, Texas, wrote the Solace C'oiiipanj as follows: "1 want yri to send hot of Soface to my father in M. mi hK Tenn., fur hfc-Thk remedy lw i I enclose 1. aeen u- -l by some friends of wifie ier- - ii.ui I must sxv its aethm was won-leif(Signet!) iC. L. Morria. Put up in 2:V. "4lc am 1. boxet. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY TAKING SOLACE. "No Special pci-ha- Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST sOLACE ALONE does the work. Write tod-- j for the free box, etc. fcOLACE REMEDY CO., Battle Creek Mich. 1 1 Toyra ST Worry. Lsnd, Stock and Crop. iP ra ii P E d II ll la Your or na R - r Mi-o-n- I I SoutSiera Railway. Mi-o-- Louisville,, Sf Louis ond I a The West. ON Worry consists of borrowing trouble from the future. Thisisonesortof bor Wednesday, Haveabtr 12, '13. rowing in which everyone has unlimited Mj place of 122 acres of land locacredit. ted on the Lancaster pike, two ani The supply of worry in the world is in one half miles ,from Danville Couit anjbt-dy-. exhaustible, and it u free to House, in a IJrh state of cultivation Worry is effectively democratic. If a well improved, g of a two-- I poor man with only one u?pender story d tiling, with ten room?, twi wants to su down and shiver to think bath room?, furnace eattd. walei now ne vvouiu leei it ne were aczirai.il works and an abundance of water 01 should bite on on a cherry stone full of cj i j dynamite, he is perfectly welcome todo the farm. Haul wocd floors all ovu the hou-Ai! necessary it. Even if a man has no money hecan building-:- , tnr-gord b litis, all in g- cc help himself to all the worry thtte is, Older, all well feaced ard in gemd re and if he wants to lie awake nights pair. A four room tenant house, gooo && ga thinking how nervous he is going to be R. after he gets to buying bands and hard ,I orchard and a good garden. will At same time and place offer times come, this is his affair. 3vi3 liny stock, eoi.sisting of al.out liftj Some people get along through life on hogs, fifty-i- x sheep, about forty catvery little worry. Men can raise large tle, also hay, corn ar.d straw, some families on a small salary and conduct farming tools and implements. This them safely through whooping couh, is one of the modtLeautifu! hon.es ii. smallpox and matrimony without any Kentucky. Fit e si ade trees in yard worry at all. Their real troubles usualSB 553 B " 3 i- - H and everything to make ll.H an i lea. a ly Keep them j rctty buj. J ; n. s Sr v? ii 5' 5 . n Other home-- , PL and it i onlv on ati-un- t rj 1 of tn IS people spend their lives bearing up a health that I oll'er it fur sale. 1 Ii? under one blow after another, all of Sa ii will begin promptly at 1 o'clock. wlncli may happen if they live long Terms made known on day of sale. 0.1iie Citizens National Ban enough. Wlien a man has worked up JOHN C. McCONNELL. an appetite for worry nothing v. ill 1. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. satisfy it. He keeps edging into the future and shouldering everj Lody's troubles until he finally gets into a cold sweat over the fact that the earth is going to freeze up in a few billion years. I Against 1 i e. out-Lui.- 'd - ilMila i srp ft i with aiuU is HERS'STHEHOG Lex-ineto- Stale Sale Of Christmas Seals. o gVPex! -" if,' 3RST2? f r I tftft&ft&Jg I! loll- Saultary Boll COMPANY, OF LANCASTER, KY. i 3w I MINT COLA in clear or brown bottles. AL LEN'S RED TAME CHERRY. VIN FIZ, a fine grape drink. GRAPE ALL, .another splendid grape drink. Diamond Crystal Ginger CREAM SODA. Ale. Pure Fruit Strawberry, Orange LEMON, Insist on getting the Mint Cola brand of bottle drinks. They are pure, clean and wholesome, and are bottled in Lancaster by J. S. Haselden arid Henley V. Bastin, under the Aidant aupkiiiaiuu nf Plinlnn T) Popfin oa uubu ui vuuivii j- uaauu. ciinai-tiiDiAn -. Red. Cross Christmas seals which are issued annually by the American Red Cross Society, and are for sale during December, to provide funds for the crusade, will be sold throughout Kentucky this jear. Mr. Ray C. Risley, of Frankfort, is the ' General Manager for the State sale. In communities where there are act ive societies, support- ing nurses or'doing educational work, iiie lucai suit: is inuiiueu uy itiue society, which will receive 85 per cent of Residence Phone 27 the proceeds. After the expenses of Office Phone 3. the sale have been paid, any balance remaining will be held in trusi by the LANCASTER. KY Kentucky Tuberculosis Comtrission, and spent by them in whatever way promise to yield the best results. Such tread. -Mr. K. S. Alcorn was in Somerset funds may be used to establish open A motor in the middle of a main road on legal business last week. air schools, pay the salary of a visiting is worth many stuck in the mud. nurse for a county, or distribute to -- andMr. and Mrs. H. C. Wray and child- consumptives instructions in regard to One swallow does not make a drink. ill bird that can't go out and ren of Danville were the guest of home case for the disease. It's an friends here Sunday. forage for worms. The sale in Kentucky was small last Hon. Harvey Helm, who has been year. This year the Commission hopes MUST BELIEVE IT quite sick since his arrival from Wash - 'to dispose of 1,500,000 seals. ington is improving. for all occasions furnished by Lancaster People Tell n When Mr. and Mrs. Sam Owens and Mrs Falling Hair. It So Plainly. Bowman Owens, of McKinney, were AUGUST R. BAUMER L- BIs Easily stopped. . Also Dandruff and When public endorsement is made by Buests of Mrs- - - - V00' Mnday. Local Agent a representative citizen of Lancaster Mrs. J H. Yeager of Kansas City, Itching Scalp Use Parisian Sage. You must he- - Mo. is here the guest of her mother, the nroof is Dositive. I Ptraeir Mrs. Woodie Hale anJ other relatives. 1imn if Paorl tVllC toctimAnu Since Parisian Sage, the remedy sufferer of kidney backache, every Mrs. Anna D. VanArsdell is the removes dandruff with one application man, woman or cnuu with kidney guest of old friends in Harrodsburg; has been placed on sale tnousanus oi j Lancaster, Ky. trouble will do well to read the follow - she will also visit friends at Salvrsa, purchasers have found thatdandruti is unnecessary; that falling bair and itch- ing: before returning home. j I. D. Austin, blachsmith, Stanford L Tne jj c. Baughman property on nS scaIP can be quickly stopped and All Orders Apprpciated. Phone 53 Pike, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I had Eastmain has been purchased by the that hair which is brittle, matted, ! weak kidnevs and the kidnev secretions ' o.,n,Qr, MotiwuiiQt Kiuiwh .n,i vutu ho stringy or dull and faded, can be made y17 , y.J1 My back converted into a home for aged minis- - soft fluffy an(1 abundant, were irregular in passage. I To everyone who wishes to eradicate Doan's Kidney Pills ' ters. pa'ned me. dandruff, stop falling hair and have an strengthened me in every way." Messrs M. F. Elkin, Robert Gentry, immaculately v clean scalp, free from RICHMOND. KY. Mr. Austin is only one of many LanJ. L. Coffey, J. C. Lynn and J. T. itchiness, R. E. McRoberts & Son agrees caster people who have gratefully en Embrv were among the faithful ones A Training sell a large fifty cent bottle of dorsed Doan's Kidney Pills. If your I . School for Teachers inm(i tn fnTnn nndpr thp to Parisian Sage with a guarantee to reCnurvi lea Van to Elm urr back aches if yojr kidneys bother you rooster Into naLa.Hi Life Stat. Cr . Talli In Mil PmSTir fund the money if not satisfied. It is 4.. don't simply ask for a kidney remedy i ! SOuwl. ot .rstorky. iiSA- Mrs. H. K. Bourne of New Castle, is an ideal, daintily perfumed hair tonic, i5 I'nptis. TBltimrfretoJIp. a.a k.tivw ask distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, Coo . Tw.lltn lMdr- rdnt-sthe guest of her brother, Mr. W. C. free from grease and stickinesr. the same that Mr. Austin had-t- he nunr nWmlHCTOI. WWI.a..illlilliil3 remedy backed by home testimony, .50c Shanks and family. Mrs. tiou Bailey Delighted users pronounce Parisian Ci2!iV!um. frknrt. IKmlT-r- i Co.. Props. ShanKs wnot nas been wun reiauves Sage the best, most pleasant and m- T.r W J'W Twin m all stores. Fojter-Milbur- n F.mrth 7. Siuunr Scfcw. o?t. Jaw li. Buffalo, N. Y. ".When Your Back is here or some weeks will return to vigorating hair tonic made. R. E. Mc- Q cnABBB, Pre, Went. New Castle with Mrs. Bourne. Roberts & Son. Laaie Remember .the Name." i w J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer KOUXUOK UEilCiiY CO.. LcTi-iztoJ Ky. ,.! cured of Escloscil fia-- pSoio of hot; that Cholera Rrra cholen with yo r lionbcn sly.jicuJei-c. fcoc vai almost dad before cs. This ana lica ras enJrtly inreo, rx lie ",Hlo- - sofci-- . tail, etc. 'iehoaowncil b lr. S!uli Kwiasr. of Ro5ljacren. Ky. lip mil be el ai to ST.vo o.l r. :aaceJ severalini.ro if you want thn. JENKINS SUBLHTT DRCG CO, BcsHnc Otecc. Ky. Hi Sold by HASELDEN BROS. Hard-earne- OfEcia! Directory Of Garrard County. out Mowers Floral Designs Circuit Jnilici "oil. IVarie V. Hnrdiu. Commonnealibs At'orm-- j Ilou. Eniuet Vnf jeKr. Circuit fieri William B Mdstm. II. Brown. Trustee Jury Fuuil IlenJ r". Uobluon. VV Weil-Know- OHicial Oonrt Bleiiograi'lu--r Miss Sue hoH.y Masou. County Judge A. D Font. Count? Attoruey J K. HuIInou. ounty Clerk J. W. llahillton. Deputy clerl Harry TomMnson. Coroner J. A. Jones. SherllT Ceorse T. Ballard. Deputy SLerlfT C A. Koblnn. Snperiuteudautjif Schools 3II-- s Jennie llfc- - f girs. ..Glass B. Carrier Assessor W. S. Carrier. Depnty Assessor K 1!. Ilay. Jailer Jact .Vilnius. Supervisor of Koads CleveluncI Ronnie. Treasurer B. F. Undon. I "l !?& . MM'2 ffiitfpti1 wmzmi -- MA(JIbTi:.TK. J. P. Bourne 1st, Dlst. I)gau Isou 2ul. PWt. Harrison Kay 3rd. Dist. James Coldlrou Itli, DI-- . CHt'STY njARU OF KnUCATIdN'. Cronlty Broaddns 1st. Dl.t. Slid l'I-- t. R D McJImtr O. J. Hendren. 3rd. Dlst. Thomas P. King, 4th. Dist. CITY OF LASCAr-TEK- -- - WJSm . fill ill tBltj-1-- u.. Mayor II. T. Logan. City Judge E.VV. Harris. City Attorney R. H.Tomlinson. City CIrl II. K. Herndon. City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer D. A. Thomas. Chief Police 1. E. Ilerron. COUSC1LMEX Parker Gregory. H. C. Hamipcn. W.M.Zanone. Q S Greenleaf ' B.F, Walter. Km, Herndon. Zg$fc i ciS0 6 OCTOBER-NOVEMBE- R FOUND The Central Reuuru, rriday, Nov 7, 1913. SOMETHING NEW GROWING THE BULBS. September and the fore part of Octo bor are the season in which the bulbs for outdoor bedding and indoor potting purposes should be planted. For the outdoor bed the soil should be rich and mellow, preferably of a sandy consistency. The bulbs should be at a depth varying from two and a half to four inches deep, depending upon the variety. If warm weather prevails the bed should be covered with straw or leaves to keep it from Retting ton warm. .Bulbs that are iutrnded for Indoor use hould be put in pots at once or during the next five or six weeks, depending upon the time when one wishes to have the plants bloom. A common tomato can makes an excellent pot after the Jagged rim of the top is melted off in a bed of coals or gasoline blaze. A light and rather sandy soil U best, and the bulbs should be set about half an inch below the surface. When the bulbs are planted the poti should be placed in a box and covered with two or three Inches of &oll. It should then be put in a shady place and the bulbs allowed to freeze before being placed In the cellar. Satisfactory flowers may be produced if the bulbs do not freeze, but'thej are more luxuriant if the bulbs do. This practice is followed by most greenhouses. The time for bringing up the pots depends upon the time when one desires the bulbs to bloom, but In any case the latter should be allowed to form rigorous root systems before Lelng brought to the light. The box should be given two or three good waterings so that the bulbs will be kept moderately moist. The finest bloom will be got if the plants are not expoM.nl to the direct rays, of the sun. Bargain Offer During the Months of October and November Ycu Can Get ' By JOHN COTTER. Executor's Sale Of Town Property. W. Evans, deceased, and by virtue under the will of said George W. Evans of record in the Clerk's office Garrard County Court, will book "Z", page 223, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder in front of the Court House Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, on MONDAY, NOV. 24, 1913. ffijfej03Sg& As Executor of the estate of George THE Louisville Times BY MAIL One Year $3.00 Six Months $1.75 And You Can Have the Central Record In addition for one year, if you will add $1.00 to the price named above for THE TIMES. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best after- things. It prints ALL the news ALL the time. This special bargain offer is good only for subscriptions sent to THIS PAPER not to The Louisville Times during October and November only. noon daily paper published in the South or West. Democratic in politics; fearless in all Send Subscription Order At Once, To us. No subscriptions accepted for any term except six months or one year. We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. "Yes," admitted the girl with the coat .of tan, "I was at a really stylish resort. And I've had the best time! They were perfectly wonderfully nice to me and they entertained continually. "i dressed early the first day and hurried down to the store after a book on card games before the party began, because I knew that I was ignorant of anything except old maid and I've heard how they played nothing but bridge whist and such things. I hated to appear like an ignoramus. "Well, by the time the party began I had mastered the principal rule's of bridge and 00, and I kept repeating them under my breath, for fear I'd forget. Hut when they put out the tables and we were gathered around I had them so mixed up Chat I couldn't think for the life of me which was which and I was in a cold perspiration of fear. I knew I was about to ruin all my prospects of a reputation for having brains! "Then what do you suppose? Boxes and boards were laid for checkers! I was so relieved at first that I couldn't speak. Of course I used to play checkers when I was young, and I remembered how, so I got along swimmingly. I never dreamed of explaining where I'd got my training and couldn't imagine why they wero all so surprised that I could beat occasionally. "Then at the next party I went to we found after luncheon that dominoes was the game. Dominoes! Why, I used to beat even dad and mother at dominoes when I was about eight. It seemed like home, for I hadn't even seen a domino since my early school days. "I won almost every game I played. You'd have thought I had done something marvelous from the way they congratulated me! It was sort of embarrassing, for I thought they were being just polite and perhaps a little sarcastic to the guest of honor, and I wasn't used to being a lion! "I tried to explain that It was nothing, that I really couldn't help beating when they all made it so easy, but I hated to tell them that they were like a lot of babies as far as adding and subtracting were concerned or they'd have been nearer my score. It seemed unkind, not to say rude, to tell them that I'd outgrown that easy game years before! So I had to accept the beautiful prize as gracefully as possible. "But when we got to the next party and found on the beautiful inlaid card tables tiddledywinks I held my breath! Tiddledywinks! Imagine! Why, I'd shot tiddledywinks into the dish so much that it was harder to miss than ? BSgrQ rrrG .. rTr-TPS!v f vmiwim For Infants and Children. ftT j3 5 IH The Kind You Have 3 Al.rnrrnr. " -- BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Phone 27. County Court Day, the real estate or residence property owned by George W. Evans at the time of his death, on the corner of Stanford and Buford Streets in the city of Lancaster, Kentucky, fronting 100 feet on Stanford street known on the plat of said city as Lot No 22, and only 120 feet from tie Court House; on this lot are two residences, two cisterns, stable and other in good state of repair; one of the residences is a modern cottage, comparatively new. This property is an ideal location for a Dr. or merchant. This property is capable of and will be offered separately and as a whole and the bid accepted realiz ing the most money. TERMS. The sale will be made for cash in hand, paynble January 1, 1914, when possession will be given and deed made. The purchaser being required to execute bond day of sale for the perform ance of his contract. For further information apply to W. CIDER VINEGAR. This season, owing to both scab dis- B. Mason, Lancaster, Kv. ease and worms, there will be more J. F. Robinson, Executor of George than the usual amount of apples that W.. Evans, Decersed. will have no use except for hog feed Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioner. and vinegar. In the making of the latThis Novembers, 1913. ter the following is a standard recipe; Use clean fruit and that in. which the sugar has developed. On squeezing the Juice from the apples strain into clean barrels, filling them about and inserting a plug of absorbent cotton or cloth to keep out dirt and files. When the Juice has stopped working, the clear portion should be poured or pumped out and strained if necessary and the barrels carefully linked with scalding water. The barrels should then be refilled, n couple of gallons of old inegar and some "mother" being added. The change of the alcohol into vinegar will be hastened if several cakes of compressed yeast are put Into eaelj barrel, while If the apples were not ripe and sweet the quality of the vinegar will be much improved if a few pounds of coffee and sugar are added. When the vinegar is made a process that may require nil the way from six mouths to Office Phone 3. Residence Phone 27 ti year and a half the barrels should be filled up with vinegar and provided with a tight wooden plug to keep out LANCASTER. KY. She air and prevent further chemical a Inegar will make in a change. While ellar where the temperature ranges from 40 to 55 degrees, the cider will change to vinegar much more rapidly Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. If the temperature is from CO to 70 degrees F. n two-third- s " m iV .....'r" Ut, 1. Always Bought Bears the Signature of cge(aDympaa!ionrjrAs-suT.ilatmgihnrodantJRcijii- tiugUieSionsrlsandUjw&cr aLlSIaTf?! EroraofesDiggsticnJCkemJ-nes-s and Kest Contains neither Opium-Morphine Not Narcotic. riirpku Sad" J!!xSzmti-- PorMiurnl W ' In Ae&ffeSJt- s- AdsrSai JtVHBV3 Aperfect Remedy for Consflp Jion . Sour StGTOch.Dlarttoa a i Ai Use For Over ness andLoss VVorras,tciiMilsiousj:cvens!r OF SLEEP. TacSMe Signature of The Centaur Cccipaxt, NEW YOHK. IS Thirty Years (flat " jw.'' n. ZL ii'rj TSnUlrff. H aflaVaMHasav fcSffi) Guaranteed under the Kooam 1 II TMC A i ab n 18 sC jB J Exact Copy of Wrapper. CCNTAUR company. NtvrvonA crrr. Makes Hard Work Easy! " aaaaPa iaaftaftMaHMMa J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer cleaning and polishing hardwood floors is hard, An almost never ending task and seldom satisfactory the "ftoor thenewwar-usuist- iie Pnl;.t. Mi,WW:.kB.Ul't "M5y- - "j"a ,md can spend minutes dome what it now takes you almost half a day You simply pass the Pol.,h Mop over the floor and erery particle of jWand dirt u taken up and held. The floor is given a hard, durable, lastins polish and DUSTING, OfeM0P also used for the dusting and cleaning of the tops of high furniture, between the banisters of the stairs and is so made that you can get to the far corner under the bed. beneath the radiator and other Siliificliop Guncieed or Money Refunded Try an Polish Mop for two days at our risk. Test it every way for two days and if you are not delighted with it we will promptly refund your money Two Sizes $1.0041.50 sC L. &N. Arrive. AMMBk Hurt & Anderson Makes It Easy to Clean Those A MONEY SAVING COMBINATION YALUE OF STANDARD OFFER PUBLICATION "" POSTIVELY THE BIGGEST EVER OFFERED -"I Had to Accept." LESS THAN HALF PRICE The Central Record one year $1.00 The Weekly Enquirer one year 1.00 Farm News, monthly one year .25 Woman's World, monthly one year .35 Poultry Success, monthly one year .50 one year Farm and Fireside, ,50 y, r' Regular value $3.60 Our Special Bargain Price Foi All Six, One Year ONLY $1.60 You cover the entire field by subscribing for the above. You could not wish for a better array of fine reading matter, and all at a remarkably low price. You get all your home news, a s met ropolitan weekly, a popular farm monthly,, a lea'ding woman's magazine, the best poultry magazine published and the world's greatest farm magazine- This grand offer is open to all old and new subscribers. If you are already a subscriber to any of the above your subscription will be extended from date it expires. high-classemi-month- ly Subscribe Now to get them in! And do you know, not another of those people could play even half way straight! I was ashamed, truly, to appear so superior! I tried to miss, but somehow I couldn't! "By that time I was friendly enough with some of the people to ask about bridge and 500. "'My!' said my hostess, 'we're all so tired of those old games! We've had such a time finding something new and original and we're so delighted with these that we've found!' "Yes, those high and mighty persons were really in earnest about my infant games! And they thought they'd found something new! They had passed their youth playing plngpong And tennis and shuttlecock and bat tledore, and If they'd ever heard of the common games they'd forgotten! "So I've come home quite satisfied. I've dug out my old checker board and I've bought a game of tiddledywinks and a game of dominoes, and we play these old games all the time! "Dad looked on with amusement at first, but now he has entered the contest, and we hardly stop to eat! "I'm so glad I went, because if I hadn't I'd have been ashamed to be caught playing these old games, and they're perfectly fascinating! "Come over to my house and 111 enter your name. We're getting up a league, you know." Chicago Dally News. Peter-the-Gre- er the other day brought out a point that more young men ought to take into account in the fitting of themselves for work In life namely, that with very few exceptions farming Is the only occupation In which a man can be his own bo-s- . In so many of the vocational lines one prepares himself as an underling and hireling for large corporations, with prospects very slim of ever getting hold of any stock jf said company. Moreover, the professional lines of business are full to pverflowng, and where one makes a definite success financially and in other ways a half dozen find it mighty tqugh sledding. The observation of our young frjpnd is true, and it should bo more geperally realized than it is. In the coming years, with Inevitable Increase in population, the demand for, as well as the pike of. the products of the soil is bound to Increase, and lie is wise who In fitting himself for hl. work In life takes this fact into and appreciates, as this young man seems to do, the independence of the ma,n who tills the soils Intellige:it:v and who is able to mNe the things that those in shop and mine and factory will be compelled to buy. nt No 10; 5:00 a. m. BEING ONE'S OWN BOSS. A level headed young fellow who To Maysville, connecting at Richmond was planning to attend college some- with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; where and was talking with the writ- at Winchester with C & O to Lexing- ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points' South. No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. 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If a potato blossom were cross fertilized with pollen from n tomato blosspnj a plant might lie developed whjch would produce both tomatoes j and tubers, but thp chances seem dead ( against its ever being accompitsnea ny a process ,of top grafting. FISHY. A horticulturist, George Snlvely, living at Sandy Grove, near Harrlsburg, W. Va., Js said to have succeeded iu grafting a tomato stalk on a potato SOUNDS Take fanm DRU6GISTS Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T. Embry, The Woman's Tonic Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. FOR SALE AT ALL Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent., i4U&2iiOii WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. p. Denpy. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, pirectors. Hlnbttaiumi. anfc J04L WppE $ lPjfip Arniomtrowmt. Ettgratefc Ask us to show you the VERY latest in size, style and form and let? tering at the right price. THE B. P. HUDSON, President. 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Deposjt with us, and you can help us, and we can help yog. Make this bank YOIJR bank. ! The Central hecora, Friday, Nov 7, 1913. V Page 7 rl. I I I 1 I I 1 w 1 3SS I ft f!) S"" Y E3 All HPP W U& V C&E&sb SfcP A ChJ ES3 K 1 C I r3 fl 5 Hf 8 M .? m Bc3 cp P y G3 U ahsa 3i.". W ct?S II S R a . 1 s I;) ""''"' Suits, Coats and Dresses in all the Newest Models and Materials. ryratigr g imr:agrgTt--g--" nM itj-- p- .i il Jv.SvCS -- $ I i ; ! - ..- .. .i.i f- v . "i?''i : ' JL tt E&jPJiiiSi a I 59 5515 Rugs and Carpets in the most exclusive Patterns. New Piece Goods that you should see in Silks and Woolens. The most novelties and notions of all description. up-to-da- OSi 4E Jill te in e Ml W :va iftS' gs ej.. (! t.?, ej fc'SKi'ctS ssss ta gMwes 0 r3 19 f 1 V --"a re 3 i r , I 'I i . i" s . i r 1 i -t l--i WIl ii! i i : r ..4;t "vi i Vr o- - i I A I I iij (!) : I wart S rf ' yL" mm . I I 1 few wl IpV-Cti- 1 1 I I s . sa Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. ra ra?s a7 0 wVT Tii a Fashion Leaders. :;io See Our Line Of 1 Ranges, Cook Stoves A N D o f eaters Gossip About People CC Mrs. J. B. Woods has b'en in Danville where she submitted to an operation upon htr thicat. Mesdamcs C. D. Powell and H. C. Hamilton and Mr. Hamil'O'i motored to Lexington Satunlay. Mr. Horace L. Walker came up from Louisville Sunday and ipent ievcial days with "home folks. of the BEST MAKES. Prices Right. A Brief .Mention of the Comings and Goings LyTnose Wj Are Intertsitd In. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO l- Mrs. A. C. Hill, of Stanford, was the Mis. Honry Simpson was a recent week-en- d guest of her cousins Mis.-c- s visitor in Stanford. Mamie and Clliel Walter. Miss Liuiso Slack was in Winchester Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Deninan, of Sunday to see hei pa 'ents. ' Nicholasvillc, were jjuests Mrs. Cailton Elkm is in Liberty, for .. .,, . on Sunday a stay with her aunt, Mrs. Iudd. See Them Before You Buy. Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Hall, of Win-- ) Mrs. ,0. P. Huffman, of Stanford, is i,rst,. mo,0.HIi , LnnPa,ter Snn.lav . w.. ! tin nere visiting .urs. i emma cu.in. and weie guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. Miss Allie Yantis is in Stanford vioit-in- g Parker Giegoiy. her cousin Miss Lottie Carson. Misse3 Annel'e Tomlinson, Elsie Mor-'i- s HMBBH. MmmBmM mmatrmaemrEMmtram lu. iju Mrs. Gertrude Parks, of Danville, is row, Mrs. W. 15. Mason. Mrs. W. II. with her sister Mrs. James Iiurnam Cook and Mr. and Mrs. J. E Stormes, Woods. motored to Lexington Monday. HER STYLE IN Miss Katie Simpson has returned Misa Elizabeth thehostess from a stay in Danville with Miss Lil- - Friday evening for a Rook party at her lie Noel. home on Danville street. The guests FOOTWEAR were served a substantial luncheon. Mrs, J. Hogan Ballard is in visiting her mother, Mrs. II. Mr. R. E. Henrv returned home Sat- L. Llder. ,r.?nv from n iircfitnlile trin to El Do- necessity is a positive Duke Goodloe, of Springfield is rado. Ark., where he had gone with a worn with the ing at the home ofjiis cousin, Mrs. W. load of good horses, which he disposed an. She insists upon it A. Arnold. of nt satisfactory nrices. just as she insists on ?- l ji Mr. John Glenn, of Winston, N. C. i (SLU-p-i irv a comfort and ease in her v..r trc i Mr. and Mrs. iM. G. Lee and little was the guest for several days of Miss daughter, shoes, and if she be econ We have moved to Lowell. Bessie Brown. omically inclined she alregret very much indeed to give up Mrs. Belle Perkins has been in Stan- - these splendid people, but wish them so look?? for durability in her footwear. We cater tn inet ford for a visit with her daughter Mrs. much happiness in their new home. such ladies, always showing the most elegant and J. C. Eubanks. Miss Bessie Prather and Mr. Hughly Mr. Willie Comely returned home Sherrow, of Richmond, Miss Eunice Comfortable Fitting Shoe j Sunday, after several months stay in Prather and Mr. Jim Stapp of Lexingj Indianapolis, Ind. of the best make at moderate prices. ton, and Mr. Jess Prather motored to Miss Sallie Cook Gregory is at home Lexington Sunday and spent the day. after a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Henrv U Mis3 Jessie Beagle entertained a L.I Hall, in Winchester. number of her fnendj on Friday even ing at a "Halloween party." A merry Mrs. Emma Higginbotham has -ii IEZU if from a visit ot ten dajs with time and an inviting repast made the evening one of enjoyment to the guests relatives in Stanford. Moilne, Jno Deer e Wagon & LIGHT RUNNING and DURABLE. ... ... I j j Nich-olasvill- e, te xLJDiJk J kfA r r ' i j R. S. ii BROWN. irmi I ) r.;, 1)1CTS n i Dr. and Mrs. J" A. Ainon motoied to more a tr.ictive by its dccuMtiMns. I hU'J LT6cni. Danville Friday. An i mini'?' meru was -- ervnl bi.i1 the What heaven is. I know not. but I tj Jesse Arnold of Frjnkfort is here for youiifj l:oti,ss dispensed genuine liopi-tali- long haw dreamed of its purple l.ilis upon all the assembled witches a visit with relatives. and its fiTd& of liht b.Ossoming with th.it w.ro seen flitting in ai.d out. immortal Inautj; of its brooks t Attorney J- - E. Robii'son was a vis- - ' The following from the Chattanooga iaughtor and its rivers of sog awl its itor in Danville last Saturday. palace of eternal kie. I I:ig have jIrs. Sarah Hurt has been visiting Times is of intertst to the friend of dreamed that euy bird which si Mre. Waiter Alle', who often visits Mrs. Will Simpson of Teatersvil.V. luTe ai.tl '.t Cr.il dnini; the its litV ht;- - may .sing forever ia Mesdanie-- s San.li Hint and WillSim;,-so- n I the tree of life, and i''VBecmtit numinei "ejon; that Wuie visituis in D.nvtl'e, S.ituid.iv. amomz Mr. Walter S. Alh'n entertain.)' soulHowers ulfij Ierf may ami lire aitd love foreve- -. Miss Uella Arnold was with relaliv.-- i yesterday afternoon v.ith a reception' its I have dreamed of opal towers ard in Stan foul and Crab Orchaid Tuesday "at her home in Glen.vooI. honoring her burnished domes, but what cart I far a guest. Mra. Joseph Ilbinson, of Lan Miss Kathleen Hjnley of Nicholas- caster, Kj ; Miss IYiincci Slular and cate of pearl or streets of go.M if I curt xill is the cuest of Miss Minnie meet the !o. ed ones there sht havu 1;iitti!m l'.rrtlh ToImf .nf o )I Mi-3- . home was beautifully blessed me here and ste the gleriiii John M. Farra and Miss Bettie, The sp.ic-oufaces of father and mol'ier awl U.iby ' and tasti delotatid. Tie interior Walker Bjrnside i'i Danville re- finishing ami airangement blm.ded ad bro'h r who , died amopg the burmshitj cently. mirably with the fai. decjratioiis. Tr.a buds of hop.-- and tal.e into my arms Mrs. Sallie Rout Fox of Marksbu waiU in all the rooms were covered my baby who Ml askep ere her little reported quite ill in the Danville witii a sere .mi effect of autumn leaves, tongue had learrcd to lisp. "Our Fahospital. while the .'Urtaiii3 and archways were ther who art in Heaven." Mrs F B- - Marksbury and sifter Mi'-11 llt.v vt.lr . u V.U..11 u. Slat? fetojneJ witn the same. In the hall. T..,.,. ....,1 Esie Morrow w,,r.. recent v;s;tors ; where Sorter's orchestra was stationed j iluu .. !,.-,- . vir .r'.l if 1. .ts.., iuic tiint t tvj . a ii.i Danville. receptacle cjiitaming the Ieavts were i laugh and sing ami be with them forJudge and Mrs. L L. WalKer ami placed about with fall shrubs. The ever in the smile of my SauorandGod. little son Charles, 1m ve been visiting staircase was e.itwined with the leaves. in Louisville. In the drawing room, where the guests were received, pink and white chrys I iOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. 1 Mrs. A. F. Sanders many friends are c in aes V B,a(1 to the her out driving since ner anthemums were arranged . ef- recent illness, on the cabinets, forming a pr-tttect against the bmkgrcui.d of red Dr. A. S. Price and Mrs. Price, of iljA'eis weregifts. IVfsh oysters, celery a nil Stanford, were guests luesday of Mr. leaves. Many of the A cheerful wood lire buri.eJ in the ries, at Currej s. Ed Price. and Mrs. j large chimney, the mantel bong bank- Phone ii for j cur r.ext order of ... .1 I ... . I.. me Mesdames W. A. and T. J. Price eu ...?.!. .l,"- Willi me uu.cis ui.u icaa. au .1... Mr. W. II. Want. guests of Mrs. S. P. Grant in dining room yehow was the chosen groceries. were Danville, Tuesday. waa .spiead with at Fresh oyster, celery and color. The table Mrs. T. M. Wilson of Bowling Green 'lace cover, on which rested a large ries, at Theo Currej 's. is here for a visit to her parents .Mr. basket of yclljvv chrysanthemums, the j Pony for sale gentle for children to handle of the basket being tied with and Mrs. J. R. Mount. Silver candlesticks, burn- drive will sell cheap will take gotid green tulle. Mrs. Charles Collier and childicn of ing yellow caudles and surmounted noti, apply at Central Record. Fork Ridge Tenn. are guests of Mr. with yelioiv shades, encircled the bas- Fresh oysters, celery and and Mrs. James B. Collier. ket. The flowers also adorned the ries, at Theo Currev's. Mrs. H. Clay Sutton is in Rochester mantel and buffet. Mrs. E. II. Sholar Minnesota, for treatment ur.der th- -i ai.d Mrs. J. M. Gager, cl:einating. Go to Mrs. W. H. Ward's for fancy celebrated Mayo Brothers. with Mrs. Arthur Allen and J. M. Sel- - . groceries and froil? of all Kinds. r-, !.-- t .t.t s s 1 I 1 , r 'V y J I I Mr. and Mrs. 15. D. Herndon and H.i,.n f ad, 0iA.'?&3i B0mmmiimtm) ..i!i t Vkrv i I i l . n s When Women POINT to the WHITE SWAN FLOUR 111 I i 1 as the best of all, they know what they are about. If there is one thing women can judge well, it is flour. Tell your grocer to send you a sack of- the WHITE SWAN FLOUR next time. If you do not declare it the best you ever used you will be the first to whom the WHITE SWAN FLOUR has not successfully appealed. - i . '' 8 : a 1 1 I Must be Watchful! For great efforts are being made in this vicinity to sell baking powders of inferior class, made from alum acids and lime phosphates, both undesire able to those who require cream of tartar baking powder to make clean and healthful food. high-grad- I 8 1 Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills 'eowyyxd! oyxeffyM(a .1)11B) &v&tMs&kfriii& ig i I i ! No Wonder me-chan- The official Government tests have shown Royal H airing Powder to be a S -- 5 HE'S ANGRY ic when a good v has to go over a whole pile of Lum- ' r-- KarSIJ i 9 pare, healthful, grape cream of tartar baking powder, of highest ber in order to find a ! I, I I strength, and care should be taken to prevent the ! good board or two. He doesn't like the name of being a slow worker through no fault of bis own. Buy your lumber here aqd al the boards wU bs gocW. f substitution of any other brand in its place. Save a lot of time, which is money to the man whq has to pa.y the wages. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. N Royal Baking Powder costs only a fair price per pound, and is cheaper and better at its price than any other baking powder in the world.- - I will pay the highest market price Mrs. Robinson was go.vned in pale for good fat turkejs, to be delivered Mrs. Joanna Ball is at home after a green crepe meteor, with laou and next week and up to the 20th. of this Mrs. Ernest pearl tiiinniin; "She wore a Fiench' month, also highest price for fresh visit with her daughter, corsage bouque: of pink Kiliariiey ros eggs. Bohon Campbell, of Stanford. among other Mrs. Kobinson, Cox who have es. Mr. and Mrs. Rid II. B. Northcott. ornaments, wore an heirloom necklace been guests for soir.e time rt the Simpof lubies. Having bought out the store of son House left this week for Tennessee .Miss l'eniberton's gown was pink Webb Kaney and moved to the Elkin Mr. Ben Wocds, of Danville, came chiUTon over pink mesasline, vvitti fur Meat Shop stand am now ready to While heie he and iace trimming. Hci lliv.e.s Acre furnish to old and new customers comover Tuesday to vote. a was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert bridesmaid loses. plete line of groceries of all kinds. Ware. Miss Sholar wore a gown of lace over Your patronage appreciated. Mrs. V.'. H. Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Even Currey ard chil. pink mebsal.nj aiid a cors.ige bouquet dren motortd fiom Tatham Springs and of bridesii.aid loses. Mrs. Allen was attired in a gown of Do Yoa Want A farm? are the guests of her sister, Mis. L. black crepe meteor, combii.ed with E. Herron. If so write or see W. T. Ewirg ' brocaded mateiial and trimming of &il- - j Mrs. Sallie Noel and son, J. E., of bhc wcielvich- - Harrcdsburg, Ky. Splendid farms rangver lace and crystal. tWillisburg have returned home after a ing from SoO to S100 an acre. mor.d red roses and her hair wasadorn- short stay with her daughter, Mrs. L. 'ed with a paradise feather. E. Herron. Stock Of General Merchandise For Sale. Those assisting in receiving were: Mesdames W. P. Huntington and Mrs. J. Lee Allen, Mrs. Cal Turner, In Paint Lick Ky. on Rowland branch Frank Duerson of Mt. Sterling will arMrs. C. E. Buek, Mrs. Arthur Allen, L & N R.R. Stock in gocd condition. rive next week for a visit to Miss Mrs. J. C. Tvvimim, Mrs. C. V. Pouts, Will invoice about SCC00. Old and Joan Mount Mrs. J. M. Gager, Mrs. E. H. Sholae, established stand. Two story brick The ladies of the Methodist church Mrs j p pembjrton, Mrs. J. M. Sel building 100 feet long plate glass front. gave a social at the home of Mrs. den, Misses Minnie Brock, Emily How-jel- l, Building for sale. But will Lease for Sarah Hamilton for the pupils in the Lucile CartPr, Mary Linn Carter, term of i ears if not sold. Sunday school. Zella Armstrong. For further infoimation call on or Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Batson and little Fish & Hammack. About two hundred ladies called be- - writ. daughter and Miss Wade were guests tween the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock. Paint Lick, Ky. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Cherry of Crab Orchard. 31 3Q E 5ZIE UBU in Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cook Were in Danville vVprlnpsflriv fnr thft inarri.!fe of Miss Theresa Worthington and Dr. , O.vsley Grant, of Louisville. -Miss Annie Brown of Paint Lick entertained her Sunday School class at a candy pulling last Saturday afternoon, and an enjoyable afternoon was spent. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines and son fllaud Rice Gaines, and guests Misses Mary and Gertrude Gaines of Stanford j were visitors for several days in Lexington and Frankfort. ! GUT PRICES on all Trimmed Hats. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hubbard, of Covington, motored from that city SatNew Line of Veils. Give us a call. urday, and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stormes. They returned to their home Monday. A Halloween "party was given on Friday evening by Miss Charley Eln 3 BE SEE more. The pretty home was made i I ll-7-- 2t -f . Danville are here fo.- - a visit Mrs E. H. Hansford and daughter, Miss Irene, ot Somerset have been vis iting Mrs. Harry Crutchfield. Call on me for subsiriptions for al sandwich and ice courses were ave you money. magazines- - 1 can served. Mrs. Jas. A. I'oyston. In the leceiviiiLT line were Mis. Al- - I'hone 200. , ,. Lancaster, Ky. illnJ si;.J,Nis,1l...r'n . ..-..wv.I j PjUr,;d eoir,;,i anJ chelate. ICIIj 4.3 1VUIWII ind Sholar. .w..f ftJlliGlIWS:Of DRESSED HATS. I See Our Special Line c7Wiss Rella cArnold. 3! nJ i Page. 8 OGOf 98 The Central 0) Rera, rriday, Nov 7, Q 1913. saiatwjBFfflBirtL -- 0tQCOO Mf 990 90 0$O9C I FARMER'S COLUMN oocoeoo(8ot9e8eecnoeoe .cjpaco below tbfa beading Is foi the exclu-iv- e use of our larmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four Hues, and will be only in two issues of the Ecoed, free of charge For Sale: Fifty bushels of Hill Onions. C. R. Henry, Kirks ville, Ky. A Bargian, for sale:-- A lone shaft break cart. F. M. Tinder. not be found. Assistant Secretary of War Breckin ridge notified Gov. Hays, of Arkansas, that the United States Government will render no further aid to the militia of that State. Three days session of the General Cojnmittee of the Freedman's Aid So ciety at Springfield, III., closed after $30,000 had been raised to improve negro schools in the South. Speaker Champ Clark, in a state ment, defended President Wilson from the accusations made by Senator Cum mins, of Iowa, regarding the Presidents action touching on the Tariff Bill. 9 Silver Tea. Magnificent and C Train From Chicago The annual reception given at the Presbyterian Church in the form of a silver tea, last Friday evening, was a pleasant occation as they always are. The beautiful auditorium was decorated with potted plants and vines, while a delightful lunch was served, consist ing of chicken salad, beaten biscuits, pickles and olives, with coffee and chocolate. Those who do not attend these receptions certainly miss one of the most enjoyable affairs of the year. The Secret Of The Singing Heart. To Jacksonville Through Danville. Gen. Porfirio Diaz, former President er, aren't you, dad!' "London Mall of Mexico, is seeking a winter home in Turning a Tight Screw. Miami. Fla., near that of Wiliiam Jen Any one who-- has attempted to rewanted A good fresh cow. Jersey nines Bryan, tne Mexican Consulat perferred. E. C. McWhorter, Paint that city announced yesterday. move a very tisht screw knows what a Lick. very difficult business It Is. After The Arkansas Supreme Court yester straining and twisting for a considerI have a few bushels of well screen day denied the petition of the wholeable time the operator frequently ends ed, blue stone seed wheat for sale. sale liquor dealers for a rehearing of by losing his temper and destroying Wade Walker. the recent case in which the Supreme Phone 224-the bite of the screw, which remains fixed as tightly as ever. With the aid few pure bred Hamp Court upheld the Going prohibition sale:-for I of a pair of pinchers, however, the af law. shire shoats. boar or gilts, $7.50 if fair is quite a simple one. Place the Equipment Superiok. taken at once. S. A. Aldridge, Hyatts- Mrs. Lillian H. Stevens, national screwdriver In position and then catch This new train will add greatly to hold of the blade with the pinchers ville, Ky. president of the Woman's Christian the efficiency of the Queen and Cres- Just above the head of the screw. SALE:-Sma- ll 36 acres Temperance Union, issued a proclama farm of FOR The Common Towel. cent Service in handling the enormous Press the screwdriver firmly and nt near old Paint Lick, known as the John mation declaring it the aim of the This household infection spreader is southern traffic during the winter the same time twist round the blade Doty place. Well improved, good union to place prohibition in the or abhorent and repulsive to a person months and will furnish a service on a with the pinchers. The tightest screw orchard. W. T. Doolin, Marksbury Ky ganic law of all nations. who has been used to an individual standard which will be far superior to will yield immediately to this sort of Mrs. Ellis M. Lake, held an acces towel. FOR SALE:- - My entire flock of It is difficult to understand how any other connecting the north with persuasion. White Plymouth Rocks. They are the sory to the murder of Miss Florence any one can wipe his face on a soiled, the south. Culture. purest strain and well worth the price. Brown, in Dallas, on the strength of damp towel that has been used by all A Pullman compartment observation Culture Is a word we often fight shy by Meade Barr, last I as'; $1.00 each. Mrs. H. S. Rid assertions made the other members of the household. car will afford the privacy and seclu of by reason of certain unfortunate night denied that she had any part in But custom is dleberjr, Paint Lick, Ky. a great factor in mould- sion of a boudoir, aside from furnishing connotations. Here Is a masterly dell or knowledge of the killing. ing habits and allying prejudices, hence the restful and luxurious facilities of nltlon of culture by the English phi Pure apple vinegar at 40 cts a gallon Two women dropped dead and two the necessity of pointing out at least an observation "parlor and platform losopher Bosanquet: or in barrels that I will wholesale at In boys were electrocuted in Chicago; one reason wny me common towel is from which tc enjoy the scenery. "The habit of a mind instinct with close price. J. T. Henry. There are many germs addition to Standard Pullman drawing purpose, cognizant of n tendency and three men were killed in an automobile dangerous. For Sale:-- 50 or 75 thoroughbred accident.at Bav City. Mich., and one which will attack the eyes and cause room sleeping cars of the most recent connection In human achievement, able Plymouth rock coclew's and 50 pullets boy was shot and killed at Knoxville, inflamation, providing the eyes are in design and appointment, the equipment and industrious In discerning the great of same breed. Mis. S. K. Dudderar Tenti., as the result of the Hallowe'en a favorable condition for the germ to ot the "Royal Palm" will include re from the trivial." Twenty-seve- n develop at the time of its introduction. clining chair cars with smoking rooms, words are enough to festivities. Gilberts Creek. Ky. A germ which at one time will grow in giving the traveler the opportunity to phrase this noble conception of a noble A snarl was reached in the Senate McDowel Wm G. Anders so i to the eye and cause inflammation will at accomplish a journey in relaxation and quality. Collier's Weekly. and Fox of Daivil-- J four yearling Banking Committee in debating the another time be perfectly harmless. ease without additional charge. steers at S64.50 ni r h:ad. average 957 capitalization and control of the four Germs which are harmless to oneself regional banks tentatively proposed to Dr. Johnson Hated Baths. pounds weight. may be exceedingly poisonous to anadminister the new currency system, Swinburne evidently found baths a Open Window Schools Successful. other person and cause dangerous inand lot on Dan the committee defeating the Hitchcock FOR SALE:-Hous- e source of Inspiration, for he told Mr. flammation of the eyes. For hygienic Under the title "Revitalizing De- Edmund Go-.s- e ville avenue known as the Shugar'a plan. that "Baudelaire" was reasons the common towel should be vitalized Children," property. Apply to Hughes & SwineDr. W. W. Roach, written In a Turkish bath. Thirty Indianapolis policemen refus abolished in every home. of Philadelphia, has made a report of a broad. Dr. Johnson, on the other hand, reed to ride on street cars manned by test conducted in the Bache school of garded them with suspicion. When an some pure bred Ply strikebreakers, but declared they would THANKSGIVING DAY NAMED BY GOV. I have for sale that city during the falf and winter of old Lichfield friend, showing him over Call and see march with the cars and attempt to mouth Rock Cockrels. 1912. a house built specially for him, dilated M'CREARY. Mrs. F. M handle the crowds in that way. There buying. them before Two classes of average third grade on the advantages of the bathroom were few riots and no attempts were Tinder. Kenluckians Called Upon To Observe children were given regular third grade the doctor said, "Sir, are you well?" made to run cars. work for twelve weeks in September-Decembe- r, "Quite well, thank yon. doctor," was W. B. Burton sold to R. H. Price, of November 27 With Gratitude. rJ. I'. Urosvenor in his nnal arguinclusive, one in an ordinary, the reply. "Then, sir, i t well alone. 12 mules at an averTownsville, S. C, well equipped school room, and the I hate Immersion." London Spectator. age of $165 and 5 horses for $145. each, ment for the Government in the dissoGov. McCreary issued his annual other in an open window room. The Mr. Price bought of J. E. Robinson, lution suit against the International 3 mules for $395. and of S. H. Baugh-wa- Harvester Company, at St. Paul, yes Thanksgiving proclamation, calling on open window room was provided with The Bane of Curiosity. chair-deskterday declared that two families would the people of the State to which could be 6 mules at $140 each. "Curiosity hns been the bane of woobserve movable have a monopoly of the harvester busi Thursday, November 27, as a "day of pushed to the side of the room quickly, mankind ever since the first apple was for sale:-- pair of good 3 year old ness in the United States in a few thanksgiving and prayer; to cease their so that the whole center space was ripe," declared Bulger as he stormed horse mules. 10 head registered jersey years, unless the alleged "trust" i: accustomed occupations on The children out of the house and slammed the door that day available for exercise milk cows, fresh with young calves. A disintegrated. and give thanks and praise to God for were not given any of their meals at behind him. lot of first class pure timothy hay, will No street cars were run in Indianap the blessings He has conferred upon school; they provided themselves with On the way down to his office he deliver the hay in 5 or 10 bale lost. the necessary clothing for cold weather; stopped ten minutes to see a man reolis yesterday and charges that the us." G. B. Swinebroad, Lancastar, Ky. no difference was made between the place an automobile tire, seven minThe proclamation follows: Sheriff and police have failed to do "We should offer praise and thanks- rooms, except that the windows of the utes to watch a steeplejack painting a duty because of partisan politics their Good Farm For Sale. were made when Sheriff Portteus at giving to God for His manifest bless- open window school were kept open at church spire and fifteen minutes to I offer for sale privately, my farm tempted to swear in 200 citizen depu ings, and ui.ite in earnest supplication top and bottom all day every day, and catch sight of a noted actress who was containing 137 acres, 3 miles from Dan- ties. A chauffeur was shot and fatal- for their continuance. no heat admitted to the room, unless expected to come out of a hotel side ville on Lexingtod and Danville pike. ly wounded during a riot about one of "The year now drawing to a close the temperature ran below 50 degrees. door. Cleveland Plain Dealer. This farm is well watered and well im- the car barns. has been marked by manifestations of Several times daily the desks were proved, with house of six rooms and His kind and beneficient providence, pushed out of the way, and the Horses Not Like Machines. An ultimatum from the State De and we should good stock barn. Possession given reaffirm our allegiance children were given brief physical exAnimals are not like the machinery January 1st. Any other information, parturient at Washington was delivered to righteousness, justice, freedom. ercises to stimulate the circulation. on the farm. They have a mind and call on or write. L. O. Harber, Dan- to President Huerta through Charge education and progress. In September andOctober both class- sensibilities that should be given some O'Shaughnessy, telling him he must ville, Ky. Our republic has had peace with the es made about the same progress, both consideration by those who have to resign che presidency of Mexico with wuuie worm ana demonstrated its ca in physical development and in their- - work with them. A machine can be W. B. Burton bought 7 mules in out loss of time, and that he must not pacity and readiness to meet and deal studies because the moderate weather neglected and misused, and the greatRichmond, average, $180 and 2 horses leave as his successor Gen. Blanquet propeny witn great and important allowed both rooms to keep their win est barm that can come of It Is that - or any other member of his official for $125 each, 2 mules of S. H. Baughdows continually open. However, in tie owner will have to buy a new questions. man, for $330 and 2 horses of E. C The election in Louisville was con"Our State has had prosperity, good Novenber and December the children but an animal that Is treated McWhorter. for $310. Mr. Burton also ducted in a quiet and orderly manner, harvests, productive industries, happy of the open window school forged In a slmjlar manner is made to suffer shipped this week to the Wilson Live the Democrats carrying every ward and contented people Law and order ahead. Being in a natural atmosphere pain. Horses get tired and need good Stock Co., a car load of 17 mules that but one in the city and electing can have been preserved. The glorious all day, they did not suffer from colds. food, water and rest. Don't treat them averaged $215 a head and 7 horses, didates to every office by increased heritage of has been They were seldon absent from school. ljke mere machines. Fanner's Guide. average, $165. majorities over four years ago. From upheld and strengthened, and the year They were active in mind, close in atLegend of the Sun and Moon. the incomplete returns received it is has brought us better appreciation of tention, joyous in spirits, and easy to Pne day in China, so the legend discipline. At the end of twelve weeks Current News. indicated that the tax amendment, the our duty and higher desire for goodi runs, the sun asked the moon if she school bond issue, the commission for achievements; and wherever we may their average gain in weight was two M. N. Stevens, of PortMrs. Lillian pounds per pupil, for one pound in the couldn't go put at night. The moon Jefferson coonty and the convict road look or whatever we may think, we answered very sternly: "No. You are land, Me., was elected president of the question carried. W. F. Axton, the have abundant cause for praise and other grade; a comparative test show d a youpg lady, and it would be imNational W. C. T, U. also a considerable percentage more of proper for you to go out Progressive candidate for Mayor, an- gratitude to God. after dark." Edward Ikerd, of Bedford, Ind., shot nounced last night that he would make "Wherefore, I, James B. McCreary, improvement in their studies. Then the sun said, "But the people and killed his wife and himself in a a contest, charging fraud. Every system of artificial ventilation keep looking at me when I go out in Governor of the Commonwealth of Ken park in Kansas City, Kansas. tucky, designate Thursday, the 27th removes from the air some of its vitaliz the daytime." So the moon told her to Although President Huerta of Mexing qualities. Every home and school take the golden needles that she wore Owing to the outbreak of smallpox ico preserved a discreet silence, the day of November, 1913, as a day of needs to get back to thanksgiving and prayer, and call upon a railroad construction camp at Win- undercurrent of conversation mature's air. In her hair and stick them into the eyes in Mex- all the chester has been placed under quar- ico City was to the effect people of Kentucky to cease Sickness of body, and slow develop- of people when they stared at her. that the note ment of mind, are the priqes paid for This is the reason why no one can looi antine, from the United States was couched their accustomed occupations on that at the sun without pain. day and give thanks and praise to God close, warm school rooms. The United States Supreme Court in mandatory language and said that Lexington andLouisvilIe, already, In yesterday upheld the constitutionality the next note would be an ultimatum for the blessings He has conferred upThe Popinjay. of the Massachusetts foreign corpora- which if rejected would lead to Presi- on us, and to humbly beseech a con- fresh air schools, with frequent cold The origin of the application of the and special diet, are restoring term "nopiujay" to a dude was as fol baths tion tax law o1909. dent Wilson asking Congress to au- tinuance of His great mercies. "In testimony whereof, I have caus- sickly children to normal health. If lows: The popinjay was a figure of a Democratic Senators are discussing thorize sterner methods. In Washing, the possibility of a caucus to insure ton nothing of a definite or tangible ed these letters to be made patent, and nature's air moist pr dry, hot or cold, is bird shot at for practice. The jay was harmonious and early action on the character concerning the status of af- the seal of the Commonwealth to be beneficial to a sick child, how can.it decked with particolored feathers so Done at Frankfort, harm a healthy one? as tq resemble a parrot and, being susAdministration Currency Bill. fairs developed.- - Secretary Bryan de- hereunto affixed. lbt day of November, in the year of The Kentucky Tuberculosis Commis- pended oji a pole, served as a target. Gen. Francis Marion CockrelI,of Mis- nied an ultimatum had been issued. our Lord, one thousand nine hundred sion. Frankfort, will gladly advise He whose ball or arrow brought dovrn souri, was appointed by President and thirteen, and in the one hundred any teacher who desires to improve the the bird by cutting the string by Which Wilson, civilian member of the Board and twenty-secon- d year of the Com conditions jn his school. it was hung received the proud title of Old Dripping Springs At monwealth. of Ordnance and Fortifications Captain ronlnjny for the rest of the une person was Killed ana two were day and was escorted home Jn triumph. "James B. McCREARY. Public Sale November hurt when a wooden trestle over Pam- Exchange. Philippine Embroidery. "By the Governor. nnkey River, on the West Point divisChildren under ten years of age 8, "C. F. CRECELIUS. In Lan- ion of the Southern railway, collapsed. "Secretary of State." make some of the most beautiful and Coming to Herself. delicate samples of embroideries in the caster. Ken- In spirited fashion Democratic Sen- On one occasiqn Dr. Francis Warner Philippines. Almost every design of ators defended President Wilson against pf the London hospital yns tryjng to MILLERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE Philippine embroidery shipped contucky. charges of Executive interference bring back to complete consciousness tains drawnwork which is its chief a woman who had had a paralytic with Congress made by Senator Cum MILLERSBURG. KY. attraction, putting It In a class bylt-sel- f, mins. As agent of J. M. and S. D. Rothwell Filipino workers have devel- stroke. His efforts seemed likely to and An Attractive be In Home School For Girls. oped this part of their designs to a ances vain. For a long time her utter Sixty customs officials met at the I will sell to the highest bidder in front were only the ravings of deliri high degree of excellence. custom house in New York yesterday of the Court House Door in Lancaster. Pupils are surrounded with an atmosum. But all at once she sat up in bed Kentucky, the well known Dripping phere of culture, wholesome fellowship to discuss ways and means to devise and, looking straight at Dr. Warner, Blustery. more efficient methods for the custom uiuwgB jjiuyerty, aaie 10 De aaiuraay. and safe religious environment. New "What's the matter with that fel- she cried out, "Oh, you funny old November 8, 1913, at 1.30 P. M. This buildings combining all modern conven low over there on service. the corner, who Is man!" will be an absolute sale without reserve ances. "Ah!" said Dr. Warner cheerfully. The Mississippi Supreme Court yesHealth record unsurpassed. purple In the face and Is waving his "Now she's beginning to talk sense!" terday heard a prisoner in stripes, J. or by bid. The property consists of Academic and College Entrance Cours- arms like a windmill?" C Bennett, convicted of bigamy, plead about 20 acres of land and the hotel es. Music Department under skilled "Oh, that'sBlobblns in an argument. London his own case, claiming an error by the buildings, all fully equipped with every. artists trained in Germany, Lecture He's evidently trying to make some thing necessary to conduct a first class and Concert Course. Domestic Science. body Bad Judgment. lower court. take what he considers the com summer resort, with residence building The growing popularity of the school mon ''There Is one discordant note in yonr sense view of a situation." Prominent railroad officials and im- suitable for occupancy during the en is evidenced by the fact that a number Birmingham garden, my dear madam," remarked migration commissioners from all parts tire year. This property is situated of pupils were turned away last sesthe aesthetic landscape architect gathered in Birmingham about 10 miles Southeast of the south of Lancaster sion The Jaws of Death. "What is that?" asked the lady, much for the opening of the Alabama Land and about two miles from Crab Orch date for the )&tk of room to accommoTeacher (affer reading the "Charge alarmed. them. Congress. pf the Light Brigade")-W- ho ard, and is one of the best known and Expenses for board, tuition, etc were the "I notice," ho replied, with a shudEugene D. Wood, alleged lobbyist most popular summer resorU in Cen lower than otherhools of like grade. six hundred referred to In the, vpi-xder, "that you have a dogwood planted wanted by District Attorney Whitman tral Kentucky., Terms made known on Send for catalog and engage 'Tnto the a room hundred?" jaws of death rode the six near some pussy willows." PhlladaJ- y to testify at the inquiry into the Pnpjl- -I expect they were day of sale. J. E. Robinson. early. Rev, C. C. Fisher, Pres. 4ft pbla Ledger. dentists, ma'am. Illustrated pifa. charges againit Tammany, could Agent for J. M. and S' D. Bothwell. MiUersburg, Ky. I Buff Orphington cockerels for sale, Mrs. W. W. West, Paint Lick. Ky. A Optimism is almost a fad nowadays. exhorting one another to, be Good cheer is resolute, to be glad. even the object of certain organizations. Nevertheless, when one has perused a mass of literature upon this modern optimism, he yet finds something lack ing, ihat something is a sufficient ground and source of optimism. This lack is not felt in the Bible teaching of joy. For the Scriptures make God himself the mainspring of confidence and gladness. The Psalmist cried, "Why art thou cast down, O, my soul? Hope thou in God," Men are The "Royal Palm" from Chicago to Jacksonville, and train in every respect, passed through Danville last Monday, thus inaugurating through service from Chicago to Jacksonville by way of the Q and C and Southern lines. Compared with other trains of the country the "Royal" will be surpassed by none. The equipment will be the finest obtainable and will include the intro'duction of several distinct features which are practically unknown in this section of the country. It will without doubt, be one of the finest trains traversing the Southland and will represent the highest development in Florida train service. Every feat-tur- e of the "Royal Palm" testifies to the effort made to furnish service between Chicago, Cincinnati and Jacksonville that will meet the approbation of the traveling public. te Hit Apprenticeship. "Yes." said Mr. Pater, with 111 con cealed pride, "my youngest boy makes ome smart remarks at times. Only recently he asked me what It meant to be an apprentice. I told him that It meant the binding of one person to another by HKreement and that one person bo bound had to teach the other all he could of his trade or profession, while the other had to watch and learn how things were done and had to make himself useful In every way possible." 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