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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 27, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914082701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 27, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t tWKNTY FIFTH YEAR. THE CENTRAJL RECORD. PURE'RELlGJOb, UN1ARNI8HED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT KY..-THURSDA- LANCASTER, SALE OF FINE Y AFTERNOON. AUGUST 27. 1914. DEPLORABLE THE MAN OF THE HOUR. NUMBER 21. agm&gsss&sxsmscsmssmmmi? SEE US FOR YOUR JERSEY HERD. On pnge 3 will be seen the advertise ment of of Bastins' gteat sale cf jerseys. Mr, Bastin has one of the best herds in the state and has done much to improve the breed of this stock in ACCIDENT ' MRS. JAMES HOUSE " y !' ilj nfeRL. jKf-' &F:?-- r t? 2 wrs w muaw rf- 3 MJft. for - We are headquarters i'AlVllo IS PAINFULLY INJURED GASOLINE ENGINE Silo Cutters, Pumping Outfits, Galvonized Watering Piping Troughs, Tanks, Etc. CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS -- the county. The herd 13 headed by the la Runaway. Bull Torono.lGt h's Duke. Dont forget the date, Thursday Sept. 10th at ten At six o'clock last Saturday when o'clock at the barns on Hamilton Ave. Mre. James House was Ieavincr town for her home a few miles from town on ALWAYS A WELCOME the Lexington pike, her pony became frightened at a dog which ran barking GUEST IN LANCASTER. after the pony shortly after leaving the public square, and the animal began to Lewis Landram, editor of one of run. When in front of the home of central Kentucky's brightest news- Mr. Joseph Robinson the vehicle was papers the Danville Messenger, was in overturned and the occupants, Mrs. Lancaster this week spending his annual House and a young bov named Dunnight until can, were thrown violently to vacation, from Saturday the Monday morning, with his relative Mr. ground. Mrs. House had her rignt leg H. Clay Sutton. Lewis is looking hale broken at the ankle and a severe cut and hearty and feeling fine, and was on her left leg below the knee. Young accorded a hearty welcome by his Uuncan suffered a fractured bone in friends here, and thatmeans everybody, one leg. a sprained ankle and a severe big and little, white and black. concusion of the head. Mrs. House was taken to the home of Mr. J. A. PHILADELPHIA TO LANCAS- - Beazley and after having her injuries attended, she was taken to her home in Mr. J S. Haselden's auto truck: she TER BY AUTOMOBILE. was accompanied by several ladies of Rev. Henry Faulkner arrived in Lan- the town, and the ride made as comcaster Tuesday afternoon in his Ford fortable as possible, and the good lady touring car from Philadelphia, having is resting as easily as could be expected made the trip of 700 miles without a after her trying experience. Her insingle mishap. Mr. Faulkner is as juries while very severe and painful, good a driver as ever sat behind a are not-o- f a dangerous character, and steering wheel and is very proud of his 3he will, barring complications, soon car, thi3 being the third one he has De out again. Young Duncan, whose owned cf this brand. He and his estim- father lives on the farm of Mr. A. B. able family arei stopping with Mrs. Brown, was also taken to his home in Faulkners parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. B. an automobile, nnd his ininrioa lira nlon Mason. doing nicely. Luckily the little son. James ' Jr.. who came to town with his mother, NEW ENTERPRISE remained in town with his father, and IN LANCASTER. expected, to accompany him home in tne DUggy. Had the child been with Mr. John W. Francis has purchased his mother when the accident occurred, of Joe Bryant, the modern pressing the matter might have terminated less machinery recently purchased by Mr. fortunately for all parties, as the added Bryant, and has removed the same to care of the child would have prevented the rooms over the postoffice. He has Mrs. House from giving so much of her secured the services of Mr. Huffman attention to the recalcitrant pony. the expert workman, and is running an The entire community sympathizes pressing deeply with Mrs. House in her misfor cleaning and establishment. Mr. Francis who has so tune, and hope for her early recovery. long been connected with the establishment of Mr. J. W. Smith, has severed his connection with Mr. Smith in order FLORAL HALL A that he may devote his entire to the new business. GREAT SUCCESS. BLIZZARD COTTERS International and $?? PBBi-r- ' s rv "The man of the hour" is the caption under which the Interior Journal runs the likeness of their popular fair secretary, and the title is very fitting, for he was indeed "the man of the hour". Working unremittingly and intelliginly, Mr. Kincaid had the satisfaction of seeing the fruits of his labors result in one of the best exhibitions ever held in Central Kentucky, with a record breaking attendance. We feel justly proud of W. P. Kincaid who left this county to take up his home in Lincoln several years ago, he is a Garrard county man. lived here all his life, his people and his interests are still here, and while he resides amony our neighbors, we know that "Plummer's" heart is always in Garrard His host of friends feel deeply interested in the popularity he is achieving in Lincoln, and they point with pride to his latests and greatest achievement, that highly successful fair. Fairbanks Morse GASOLINE AND OIL ENGINES. aft These Engines and Gutters sre the best known goods made. Sold by tdiFy sJ m HASELDEN BROTHERS rSHrrfllrfHlaiHrSMi flfrMrrl'frg.riirgMfrgMirg. tSJll.- NEW TRAIN SERVICE OVER a & C. The Queen and Crescent will inaugu rate a new train service over its roads beginning Sept. 6th. This train will leave Somerset for Cincinnati arriving at Danville at 8.55 and returning will reach Danville at 4.55 P- - M. ANNOUNCEMENT. display of high The class Autumn and Winter suitings by The Globe Tailoring Com pany Makers of "Needle-MoldeClothes, Cincinnati, will be given at our establishment on semi-annu- al d" NEW PROPERTY LIST. JUDGE J. J. GREENLEAF LANDS, NICE POSITION. to It the many friends of Judge J. J. Green-lea- f of Richmond to know that he has been appointed to a lucrative position in the Department of Justice. He will be located in the state of Georgia, and will remove his family to the scene of his labors at an early date. Judge Greenleaf is not a stranger in Lancaster where he is a frequent visitor and is quite popular, and a host of friends rejoice with him in his good fortune. Mr. Greenleaf is a nephew of Mr. G. S. Greenleaf and Mrs. H. C. Kauffman, and is a brilliant young practicioner at the Richmond bar. will be a source of gratification HXS3CB28&& Please hand us that $ Big sale every day next week at Moore's. $10,000 will be given away for best solution to the Million Dollar Mystery. See prices on ladies and ohildrens shoes, at Moore's. Hemp cutting is already in progress and tobacco cutting near at hand. The Stanford fair just about depopulated Lancaster during three days of last week; See the next installment of the "Million Dollar Mystery'Friday night at Opera House. Lewis Landram put off his visit until he saw through our columns that "garden sass" and fruit was plentiful. Third episode of "Million Mvstery"at Opera House Fridaynight. ' A USEFUL HORSE. Dollar Mr. J. E. Sherrow of Bourne was in town Court Day and showed us a picture of his faithful old horse "Barney" hitched to a buggy and pulling Mr. Sherrow and his five grandchildren. "Barney" is the first horse that Mr. Sherrow ever owned and has been in nis possession for twenty eight years and is thirty years old. The owner savs that the horse has "raised his seven children and educated them and is now carrying the third generation to scnool". "Barney's" physical condition and his longevity are proofs of as faithful a master as he has been a servant. HEMP AND TOBACCO CUTTING IN PROGRESS. Farmers have commenced the cutting of the hemp crop, and the fibre is reported to be unusually good. Messrs Dave Dudderar and James House who have in the neighborhood of 200 acres, report splendid conditions of their large acreage although the bulk of the crop remains as yet untouched. In ten days the large tobacco crop of the county will be ready for the knife, and farmers are already beginning to make preparations for its housing and curing, and owing to the propitious weather of the past few weeks, it is expected to be unusually good. What a few weeks since seemed destined to be a failure, under the influence of the copious showers has developed into a splendid crop, and if fro3t 13 not unusually early, even the latest crops will make good tobacco. NEW Dont fail to see the new woolens for ALWAYS SOMETHING fall suits at J. W. Smith'j Tailoring Wonders Never Cease In Stanford. Opening Aug. 27, 28 and 29th 1914. From Lincoln conntv. the nlari A Fair in Garrard is already talked where they artificially inject the water of, so U an interurban road, and one is into watermelons, where hail dams up about as near realization as the other. the streams and kills the fish and where heroic women seize black snakes of imSpecial representative from Schloss mense sizv, and calmy lead them out of Bros & Co will hold Fall Tailoring Op- their houses, there now comes another ening at J. V. Smith's, Aug. 27, 28 miraculous story. This time a Danville 29th 1914. man reports passing through the streets U1 The corn crop continues to give prom- the chickensalter midnight and finding ol the town ise of a bumper yield, and the smile of electric lights catching out under the 'bugs, and so farmer grows broader with the intent upon the their bug catching were prospect. the fowls that it became necessary to Farmers are rushing their fall plow- stop the machine to avoid killing them. ing as much as the weather will permit, The story comes unvouched for, and we and seeding time will find manv of are personally not acquainted with the gentleman who 'tells ft, but coming them prepared. from Stanford, the place where wonders gloom, deep and abiding, There is never cease, we of course do not doubt among the kiddies of the community, begins next Monday, and not it. school one of them "have had half enough vacation." The thrifty housewives are canning M1U Uy uutwwtu.ifcvw fJULLliJ amount of vegeatables in anticipation of the biRh cost of living 'to expected WHY NOT TAG KENTUCKY BACHELORS? A great many State legislaTiires have given consideration to bills taxing bach elors and many convincing arguments have been presented that who escape matrimony should pay a penalty but why not tag them as a more painless and effective method of extermination? If the bachelors were tagged the widows could easily find them and Cupid would do the rest. The bachelor is natura'ly timid, but under the encouraging in fluences of a merry widow he can easily be led to the alter, f is no more helpless craft afloat than a lovesick swain who has passed the age of discretion, and the little imp that plays ping-pon- g with human hearts has no more capable ally than a woman who loves at second sight, for experience makes Cupid subtle and bold. The women have tag days to promote most every other public enterprise, and whv no( a tag day for bachelors? We have in Kentucky approximately seventy-five thousand bachelors and an equal number of widows. Why not get them together and solve two vexatious problems with one marriage license? ' TOBACCO TO BECOME NEGOTIABLE Emergency Currency To Be Issued. y i fc Hi OenatOr J&meS hn rPMival aaanmn(o from Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo Score one more victim for the useless, unmuzzled cur dog, so many of which that emergency currency will be issued ' infest Lancaster. A crazy dog fright- upon tobacco warehouse receipts, which ened the pony and caused him to run means that these receipts will become with Mrs. House with such serious re- practically negotiable. As soon .as Ihe crop is placed in a warehouse end a sults. receipt issued therefor; money may be Sugar is high but tin cans are cheap borrowed thereon almost up to the full and if the housewife cannot preserve value of the crop, regardless of whether she can utilize the latter, and later on or not tne ioreign markets are closed if sugar goes down, the cans may be against the commodity. This news is opened and the contents made into very gratifying to the tobacco raisers preserves. of Kentucky, as the question of how on our Look at your Label and iunas were to be obtainedfall was immense tobacco crop this beginning to be a very vexing problem. send us dollar. that store room and other necessary out buildings. This farm produces well and is one ot the best bargains on our list. Price $75.00 per acre. 176 acres within one mile of Paint Lick on L & N R. R. with good improvements, land lies well and is fertile within i mile of, graded jchool. Worth the money asked $105 per acre. 85$ acres of land on pike i mile from good village 9 miles from Lancaster, first class land, good improvements. 10 room dwelling, well watered, In the P0STP01D TERM OF famous "Camp Dick Robinson" section. COURT OPENS. Price $125.00 per acre. Three cottages at the low prices. Order" was called by Sheriff Robin- $1800., $2000. and$2100. son in the Circuit Court on Monday, 200 acres good land, near Bryantsville Judge Hardin on the bench. The first well improved, large tobacco barn. If order of business was the roll call of you want a money maker see this farm. the Grand and Petit Juries. These $70. per acre. bodies were the same as in the June No 491. 185 acres of high class land, term of the Court in as much as this term is merely a postponement which 2 miles out. 2 large tobacco barns, per acre, $120. was granted by Judge Hardin in order 493. Cottage and 56 acres of fertele the farmers might more easily atthat tend to their duties. The members of land, large tobacco barm, all but 9 acres in grass, on pike in one mile of the Grand Jury are; Price $120. per acre. J. N. Denny, Foreman John Henry. Lancaster. - No 494. Several pieces of splendid G. WT Rice, v Robt. Burnside. J. S. Schooler, Robt. Hutchins. city property for sale. Geo, Spoonamore, S. T. Hoover. 496. 100 acres of land, J mile from Tom Hicks;- Tom Hendren. Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles W. T. Watson, H. C. Sutton. from Lancaster, good improvements. PETIT JURY. large tobacco barn, well worth the S. B. Henrv. L. Murphey. price of $100. per acre. R. I. Burton, Frank Holtzclaw. 497. 222 acres of fine land near Lan B. F. Leavell. Geo. Denny. caster & Lexington pike, splendid imMead Teater, T. J. Price provements, at $90. per acre. G. W. Elam, Win. Murphey. 498. 63 acres, improved, near Paint Conn, Jno. Royston. J. A. Loyd Bourne. Lick Graded School at $95. per acre. J. B. Lawson, 499. 73J acres of rich land, right on W. R. Vaughn. J. A. Arnold, Taylor Hignite. pike, well improved, 2 miles of Lancas Jack Adams, A. W. Dudderar, J. H. Posey. ter, priced at $120. per acre and is G. R. Ballard, J. W. Sweeney. worth it. W. R. Cook, Am Bourne. No 501. 45 acres, new house on pike, Judge Hardin in his instructions near Bryantsville. Price $4,000.00. warned the Grand Jury that a great No 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from amount of work had to be done in this town limits of Lancaster on Lexington two weeks term and asked them to make Avenue, unimproved, beautiful buildall possible haste in their investigations. ing sites, a bargain at $150. per acre. He paid the county and the officials a 503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile fine compliment on the high morale of from pike, fertile land, highly improved the citizens but warned them that lies well, splendid water, susceptible of "they take heed lest they fall". division into two or three farms. $95. In the Circuit Court here Monday, Robt Mitchell, colored, was given an per acre. 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from indeterminate sentence of two to ten years for false swearing before the Lancaster, large tobacco barn, one other beautiful level building site fronting Grand Jury. pike. r$H0. per acre. Re.Henry Faulkner will conduct the For further particulars, write or call services at the Presbyterian church on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real es"met Sunday morning. tate men. Lancaster, Ky. At The Stanford Fair. The management of the Stanford fair certainly deserves great credit for splendid exhibition given at the "Floral Hall in connection with the fair. It was one of the show spots and came in for a just amount of attention from the men as well as the ladies. There was on exhibition every kind of fancy work, embroidery, lace etc., quilts, counterpanes and patch woak; chickens, vegetables, farm products, nerserves. iellies. cakes, pies and every toothsome thing imaginable. Everything was splendidly arranged and the place was constantly thronged with an admiring crowd. Mrs. J. R. Mount of Lancaster, was a liberal exhibitor, and it seems to us she came away with more than her share of the premiums. She took 1st on cherry, peach, pear and grape preserves, on canned peaches, pears and cherries, sweet peppers, plate of grapes and calico quilt and second on black cake. Mrs. John Mount also took first premium on the best plate of grapes, Purchasers get the benefit of ojr 10 years experience in the business, Look for other bargains listed in next issue. Owners of farms who want to sell should see us at once. 270 acres of land, located near Coy on Kentucky river. In high state of culti vation, 105 acres in grass, 85 acres in-bottom land producing corn every year at shipping poir.t on river, large, splen did residence, AUGUST 27th, 28th, 29th Make this one of your positive engagements. Call and make your selection and be measured by an expert. Orders taken for immediate or future delivery woolens will be shown in full length drapes. H. T. bOGAN, Lancaster,. Ky. Special Representative in Charge, R. H. S WAFFIELD. REMARKABLE ACTING. The most wonderful character impersonations ever shown in Movies are displayed in Thanhouser's Million DoNar Production, "The Million Dollar Mystery" An cessful Movie ever brought out. cast has made this pendous production the most all-st- ar stusuc- will be given away by the Thanhouser Film Co, for .the best 100 word solution of this great picture, "THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY" which is now being shown serially Two Films each Friday Night at the OPERA HOUSE. Admission 5 and, lOcts. Don't miss the next installment FRIDAY NIGHT. ijj -- ; v .TVjjj,. j,.'S Jh- '- r ? . & -- A 'aiitj- -s . ,,-- r. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Aug 27, 1914. i I X 11UL1 Dvldi will i -- V a eCTO U . I U0111UC71 At ft i 1 o'clock: A. nice tlIU8 M. . I I 1 JLJLTIC I as agent for the heirs of J. T." Royalty, deceased, osell at public auction, on the premises at his jlate residence .. . : . I,r:1 J... ty., oounty, r. on J. oaivma anu MriwuuuJ4--Luinpie, j.ins j.loiiowing uacusui icmu. ot oaivisa, nir iviercer ine miles west t r- r- - i J 1 i X Tract No. 1, containing 3 42 acres: plenty of running water through the place and good fencing, and several buildings sites on this place. The land will bring anything you put on it. Seeding Privileges. granted at seeding time on all the above places, and full possession will of all the dilferent tracts of land on January 1st. 1915. and two story frame dwelling of 8 rooms and all kinds of out buildings, one new The stock barn, one of the best in the count', and new tobacco barn. dwelling is one of the best country dwellings in the county and buildings are all Neverfailing water the year 'ii fine shape and everything in good repair. around for all purposes; a No. 1 fish pond on the place, besides running water; good fencing. The dwelling sits back in an avenue, about J mile from the main piKe, with a beautiful view of the pike, and the yard has lots of nice shade trees of all kinds. In other words it is a lovely country home; elevated high enough to be dry and health- -. The land is fertile and will bring anything most you will put in the ground, and is in a good state of cultivation, and ready to make ou money. One good terant house on place. Tract No 4, Containing 62 Acres of improved land, with running water and good spring, all in grass and is strong land; will produce well and on the Bardstown dirt lane, but some good sites for Duiiding. TERMS OF SALE. Tract No 5, containing 18 acres frame dwelling, with outbuildings and stock and tobacco and one story barn combined, plenty of "good water in vard. This is a good little place, and lies on the Bardstown dirt lane. Good fencing. Tract No. 2, containing 119 acres: adjoining this same farm and of the same quality of land, and the only improveOne-hatobacco barn. of the ments on this tract of land is a good land will bring good tobacco. This tract lies good and is a beautiful site to bund: immediately on the pike. Plenty of running water the year around, and good fencing. re lf Tract No 6, cantaining 18 acres of unimproved land and adjoins tract Xo 5; on the same dirt lane and is nne grass land. Good fencing and plenty of water and it lies good. Tract No 7, containing 252 acres y 7 room dwelling with outbuilding, 3 stock and tobacco barns. All and of the above buildings on this farm are in fare shapa. The farm is practically all in grass, lies fine and on th Davenport pike, in 5 miles of Salvisa, Mercer County Ky., and in 1 mile of Kirkwood. This is a good farm and a money maker. One good tenant house, running water the year around; all under good fencing. two-stor- Tract No. 3, containing 122 acres. of said tract is in Blue Grass and a little rolling; unimproved land. One-haadjoins the rear end of the two lirst tracts, and on a splendid dirt lane; with lf All of the above tracts of land will be sold for d cash, the baiasct in 1. 2 and .'I years, with six per cent interest until paid, with the precipitous clause to apply to all deferred payments. Purchasers of the above tract;- - will be required to put up a cash payment on day of purchase for the faithful performance of their contract until deed is made, which will be on or before January 1st, 1013. Anyone who might buy one of the unimproved tract:- - and might want to build this fall on said land, can have possession of that part of it at once. I am anxious to close un his business and will sell every foot of these different farms, if I can get a decent bid; but I reserve the light to reject any or all bids; there will be no A square deal will be accorded to everyone. All land lying on rural route and in graded school distrct: rnile of Southern depot at Salvisa. a town of about about three-fourtU where there is ample church, banking and other desirable accomodation. who might want to look at the fa'mt can write or call up 2. Salvisa E change, who will be glad to show thera the land and give them particular i.f same, or will meet you at train at Salvisa station, or write or call 2S1. Jthn I. one-thirA-,--- VanArsdaU, Real Estate Agency, at Harrodsburg. ercer County, John S3ESS I Kentucky. His I. Van Arsdall, Auctioneer. iSKPrrxsfrj S3 Sale will take place rain or shine. uW0itjiimr.silittE Nation Facting Meat Famine. ErSL E5 KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. Allen-Scottsville, 10-1- 2. li-2- y accurately any seed from the smallest flax see to the largest cow pea. Will sow Y mtmMmrw i ?""i All Kentucky Drills have the immense advantage of the low hitch, it has also a general purpose disk, being especially good in hard ground, crusty tough soil, unplowed stubble or root land. Equipped with chilled bearings which are simple and durable, drag bars of heavy high carbon steel, built of the best material throughout. Get our price and don't experiment with some new thing. Get the Standard of Drills, the KENTUCKY. Becker, Ballard & Co PHONE 27. wiaaaggBsggrenrarajflnm BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. :m SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE $1,000 Light Harness Stake Student's Judging Contest Fine Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman's Handiwork GRAND Willi" III $1,000 Roadster Stake Farmer Boys' Encampment TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS (I . 55 Economic experts of the Federal Sept. Government are giving the high cost of Anderson- - -- Lawrenceburg. Aug. 1 living problem thoughtful consideration BEAUTY AND PERSONALITY Barren -- Glasgow. Sept. 00 Oct. "!. and are investigating the high prices of Boone Florence, Aug j$-2The Department of Agriculture meat. ille. Girls and women of all ages want to has just completed a census of the meat Aug. be charming, beautiful and attractive-i- t's producing animals of tne United States Breckenridge Hardinsburg, Aug.l-2their birthright but stringy, thin and finds that there has been a decrease and lifeless hair destroys half the beauty of 5,1S3,000 head and an increase of of a pretty face. Calloway Murray. Oct, $17G,5S0,000 in value during the past If your hair is not beautiful, is falling year. On January 1, 191-1- , the herd Campbell Alexandri, Sept. 1.5. out. streaky, full of dandruff, too dry, numbered 144.507,000. compared with Fair; Carroll. Gallatin, or if the scalp itches and burns, use Owen Sanders, Aug. head a year ago. Christian-Hopkinsvi- lle, Paiisian Sage. Rub it well into the Sept. 29 to The bulk of the nation's decreased scalp. It willgojright to the hairroots, meat supply is in the swine hepd. Com- Oct. 3. nourish them, and stimulate the hair to pared with last year the number of Cumberland Burkesville, Aug. grow strong and luxuriant. Parisian hogs in the United has diminished . Danviess Uwensboro Sage removes dandrutf-witone appliaa-tio- n Fleming Ewing. Aug, head; cattle 175,000 head and cools and invigorates the scalp sheep 1,703,000 head. The major porFranklin Frankfort, Sept. Fulton-Fult- on, and makes the hair doubly beautiful. Sept. tion of the increased values is credited Parisian Sage is a scientifically made to the beef animals. The value of all Graves Mayfield, Aug. preparation that gives the hair just cattle, excluding milk cows, when comGrayson Leitchfield, Aug. what is needed to make it soft, iiulFy, pared with last year, shows an increasa Hark in Elizdbethtown, Aug. thick and gloriously radiant. It is of $100,035,000; swine have gained Hart Horse Cave, Sept. inexpensive, and can be had from any Henry Eminence, Aug. in value, while sheen have ' druggist or from K. E. JIcRob'erts. Hopkins Madisonville, Aug. depreciated $1,470,00-J- . Jefferson Buechel, Aug. HAMM Jessamine Nicholasville, Aug. Jit. ii citron KENTUCKY STATE E. G. Hammack sold a calf to Eb SEPT. Mr. Earl Grow sold to Edd Grow a Scott for $17. Knox Barbourvilie, Sept. 1. Miss Nellie Beazlev visited Miss Lell calf price 55. Larue Hodgenville, Sep. j Coldiron Sunday. Laure- l- London, Aug. .Mr. J. E. Sherrow had a nice jack to Mr. William Gabbney is very low die last week. Lewis Vanceburg, Aug. with typhoid fever. Lincoln-Stanfo- rd; Aug. T. the little son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. William Lawson visited Madison Berea, July Harrison Preston is quite sick at this Mr. E. D. Cook Sunday. McCracken Paducah. Oct. writing. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Conn visited her Monroe Tompkinsville, Sept. The foot race at Bourne Saturday mother Mrs Graves Sunday. Nelson Bardstown, Sept. afternoon was well attended and Mr. Pendleton Falmouth, Sept. Mr. John Boain's sister from RichGeorge Sherrow won the 2.00. Pulaski Somersat, Sept. mond visited him last week. Mn Lee Grow had a young horse to ' Robertson Mt. Vernon, Aug. Mr. and Mrs. John Starnes visited kill its self last week while they were Rockcastle Brodhead, Aug. his father and mother Sunday. breaking it, it fell and broke it skull. Shelby Shelbyvilla.Aug. Mrs. George Conn of Paint Lick Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Teater of Spencer Taylorsville, Aug. Bohon, Mercer Co. were the guests of visited Mr. John Tudor Sunday. Simpson Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. Phado Parks visited Tedd-Elkt- on, her neice Mrs. Chas. Duncan from Oct. Mrs. Amelia Ross Saturday and Sunday. Tuesday until Wednesday. Union Uniontown, Aug. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hanlev and his Webster Providence, Aug. Mr. Jas. Woner and family of Mo., Mrs. Joseph Rogers and daughter Miss mother visited Mrs. Amelia Ross SunBessie of Danville and Mrs. Leonard day. The crops in this vicinity are lookNaylor of Judson were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grow last Mon- ing fine E. G. Hammack has the brag crop of tobacco very large. day. Meeting has closed with 23, additions An unoccupied house of the farm of Mr. R. L. Barker was destroyed by to the church they had good preaching fire Friday morning and later in the and large attendence alsogood behavior. day a crib also burned, the origin of There was a large crowd assembled the fire is unknown. The buildings at the water at Mrs. E. H. Walkers were insured. Lpond to witness the baptiseing of the Should be Engraved or converts of Good Hope church" Sunday Embossed nowadays. at 10 o'clock A. M. Boyle-Perryv12-1-- 1. 18-2- 1. 0. 11-1- 5. 20-21- -1. 5. -2C-2- 1. 11-1- 4. 25-223-2- 6. 18-2- 1. 4-1 12-1- 5. 25-2FAIR-LOUISVI- LLE, , 14-1- 9. 2-! 0. 25-212-1- 2. 19-2- 1. 29-3- 1. 5-- 9. 2-2-- 5. 4. 5-13-1- 4. 26-24-- 7. 3-3. 4-11-1- 5. SOFT, FLUFFY HAIR AIDS j4ftl4 3 fell 0. iVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SiLO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build cement Silos 12, 14 and 16 feet in diameter, any height. We have had many experiences in this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., if you need cement work of any kind. PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. International Harvester anure Spreaders I X TLelHCLine GRAIN AND HAY MACHINES Personal Stationery Kaieri, Reapcrt Headers. Mewers Kakes. Suckers Hay Loaders Har Presses CORN MACHINES Flatter. Pickers BiaJers, Ciltintert EssiUfi Catttri SkeUers. SkreJJm Per, ScrisoTaotk. OQ Ot TILLAGE NOT SO STRONG AFTER ALL. 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Each one is the result of careful field experiment. INTERNATIONAL Harvester ma- - THE Iitemational Harvester Company of America Central Record. 0"f' New Albany Deem laconMntttu IncL BQwube Osksrae Flaso McCaraldc vKvi,. . .A MVi The Central Record, Thursday Aug 27, 1914- - Page 3 I S JEBSET THURSDAY, 1 . SHE . Our herd of 40 Registered and Grad Jersey Cows and Heifers, headed by TORONO 16th., DUKE No. 94925, will be offered at Public Sale at our barn on Hamilton Avenue, Lancaster, Ky.5 THE piness and joy extended to this couple. The great K P fair is over and everv body seems to be greatly pleased with it in every way. It was a success in everv respect. The display of stock was never better at any fair in the state. The one judge system gave perfect satiffaution. All the horsemen were very much pleased with Mr. John Dolan of Lexington who was the competent judge. The great mare Rectina, owned by Thurman and Peters of Springfield won 1st in the $1000 Saddle stake Thurs day and Sunflower the great stallion owned by P W Ray and Son won first in the 5500 harness ring Friday. Miss Mary Elizabeth McKinney won the premium for being the best looking young lady. We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. J. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. rojmmm Like Vood ftSMSSZ TWENTY YEAR TEST. Never Warp.Crack.Rot.Curl or Burn- - SEPTEMBER 10th, 1914 At the same time and place, we will also sell our Dairy Business, consisting of Milk Wagon, Milk Bottles, Bottle Filler, Milk Cans, Milk Coupon Books, Good Will, Etc. DINNER FOR EVERYBODY WILL BE SERVED ON THE GROUNDS. As Torono 6th's Duke No. 94925 is the sire of 24 head of the cows and heifers offerin this sale, and all the cows are bred to him, we have annexed his pedigree as follows: ed Torono 16th's Duke 94925. Dropped Sept 22, 1909. Spots on fore ankles, white on hind legs, belly, hind ankles, tongue, half of tail and switch white. , Bred by H. D. Rodman, Shelbyville, Ky. (Tormentor 3533, Imp. "Some twenty years ago I used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,', writes Geo. W. Brock, publisher of the Enterprise, Aberdeen, Md. 'I discovered that it was a quick and safe cure for diarrhoea. Since then no one can sell me anything said to be "just as good.' During all these years I have used it and recommended it many times, and it has never disappointed anyone." For sale by all dealers. ihjngies "SX wood-shingle S They can be laid right over an old roof without dirt or bother, and they make it stormproof and fireproof. They're inexpensive. For particulars address PKKAUHEKSV1LI.K. Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company. 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. Sophie's Tormentor 20883 Sire of 3 bulls with 52 tested daugh- SIRE Torono 16th of Hood Farm 63262. . . . Bred by C. I. Hood, Lowell, Mass. Sire of 2 in Register of Merit, viz: Torono Waxie 206230. 477 lbs. 2 oz. butter in 1 year from 7,711 lbs. 12.8 oz. of milk, at 2 years and 4 months, old. Torono Kate Gordon 20G229. 4GS lbs. 4 oz. butter in 1 year, from 6.S35 lbs. 1.6 oz. milk, at 2 years. 5 months old. Your correspondent enjoyed a joy ride a few evenings since, with clever Sire of 3 tested cows: Horace Burnett of Somerset Ky., 19-- 1 Belle Williamson 0J John T. Rigsby in his handsome new Kate Gordon 5 Ford. While J. T. is a very caretul was a sufferer from Stomach disorders J SelitaJ driver, he could easily keep up with for a long time. His condition became Normanda 3914. Barney Oldfield when it comes to speed. highly ferious and he feared an opera ' tion. Butter test. 14 lbs 14 oz in 7 davs. A humorous play, entitled an "Old He took Mayr's Wonderful Stomach from 175 lbs 10 oz milk, at 9 jears 9 Maids' Association" will be given at Remedy and got swift results. In a months. Also dam of Georgiadear 11503. 18 Masonic Hall under the auspices of the letter telling eis experience he wrote: lbs 3 oz in 7 days. School Improvement League on the "Your treatment has certainly helped . 017"7 rC evening of Aug 30. Admission 10 and me wonderfully. I took my fifth dose mu oi 1 1 15 cts. Proceeds for benefit of our last night and it brought good results. 2nd 8046. Consolidated School. Bred by V. Cannon, Philadelphia.Tenn FaK;scSUXie:::: 1 have one more dose to take and I Official butter test 46 lbs 12J oz in 7 DAM, Sire of Duke Jeannaise' 36414 and Sire of 2 tested cows: think I will be well. Your tonic is rom 2" ,bs. 8 oz mllk' 8 vear3 Juliet's Golden Glow 179470. 16 lbs. Friar's Duke 36416, each with a tested d.as Sold Duke's Lady Waddington 175S30 old. wonderful. I can eat anything now at auction for 34,800, 10 oz. butter in 7 days from 239 lbs. 2 daughter, THE CASE OF L. L. CANTELOU. that I want to. 1 car. never get thru Bred by V. Gettys, Athens, Tenn. milk, at 4 years old. Captain George 21597. Friar's Fairest 81454 . Duke's Lallena 161518, 14 lbs. 14 oz. The case of L. L. Cantelou, Clarendon thanking you for your medicine, for I His dam produced the bull. Friar's Grey Friar's Bess 25128 butter in 7 days, from 294 lbs 1 oz. Texas, is similar to that of many others know it saved my life, for I have tried Duke 36416, sire of Clarion Girl, one of milk, at 5J years old. Butter test 22 lbs in 7 days, from 280 who have used Chamberlain's Colic, all the doctors and they said I would the St Louis World's King's Lady Waddington 108653. . . lbs 13 oz butter in 120Fair test herd 252 lbs 8 oz milk at 9 year3 4 months old. days at 4 years He have to be operated on " Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. rKing Koflee 5522. old. Bred by W. Gettys. says, "After trying a doctor for several Butter test, 17 lbs. 7 oz. in 7 days, King Koffee, Jr., 12317 . Sire of 5 tested cows and of several months, andusing different kinds of from 252 lbs. of milk, at 5 years old. producing sons. Sire of 19 tested cows and of 2 sons medicine for my wife who had been Dam of Mona's Lady Waddington Son of Coomassie 11S74. 195402. 1st prize aged cow, Selma, (Ala) with tested daughters, including King's troubled with severe bowel complaint Cannon Ball 52592, of the World's Fair Island Star 11876 fair. 1912. for several months, I bought a 25c herd, St Louis, 1904, 256 lbs 10 oz Traces to Coomassie 11874. imp., but- test Butter test. 21 lbs 3 oz in 7 days, from bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera ter test, 16 lbs. 11 oz. in 7 days; 1st butter in 120 days, at 4 year3 old. 1501 quarts of milk, at 5 yrs 2 mos old. His tested daughters include King's and Diarrhoea Remedy. After using over Jersey 5 years in succession. RICHMOND, KY. Her June Beauty 108652, 23 lbs 7 oz butter 11874. sire is a grandson of Coomassie the second bottle she was entirely in 7 days, at 7 years old. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS cured.,' For sale by all dealers. Remarkable Duke 5012. I Lady Waddington 19919. Courses leading to Elementarv, Intermediate and Life Son of Sweepstakes Duke 1905, 1st State Certiticatesi. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition KIJEN'A VISTA over Jersey. 1875. Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new y 4593. model school, new manual training building, practice L. H. Rubble is in Cincinnati this school, department of agriculture, a well equipped Domestic Science. First Tenn begins gymnasium. PEDIGREE:--I- t is a full bro- week having taken a carload of stock. will be noted from his pedigree, that this bull's grandsire, Torono September 7. Second Tenn November 1C, Third Term E. Scott left Monday to seek 25. Fourth Term April 5, Summer School open? January Mrs. ther of Sophia Hudson dam of Fort Hill Farm Chief, Sire of Sophia 19th, of Hood Farm, the World's Record Jer- relief ofJ.Hay Fever in the North Lake June 14, Catalogue Free. j. (s. cnvBDE, Prudent. 20-1- Sire of 22 tested cows, including: Sophie 10th of Hood Farm (1 vr) 563-- 1 19-i Full brother to Sophie Hudson, dam Figgis (7 days) 15-- 1 of Fort Hill Farm Chief, sire of 3 in Elsie Wolcott 2 Register of Merit, including Sophie 19 Sophie Hudson J Jer- PhilenaS ot Hood Farm, champion year-teJ sey 1,175 lbs. 7 oz. butter in 1 year, Sophona li from 17,557 lbs. 12 oz. milk. ElphieMay 17-Torono has 3 sons with 50 tested Pansv's Thoughts J daughters and is himself sire of 20 test- Sophie 1st of H. F ed cows, 17 of them in Register of Mer- Sophip8th of H. F it, including: Rhoda Hudson 48723 722-- 6 Tonona 7th of H. F 707-- 1 Tonona 5th of H. F. Butter test. 14 lbs 4 oz. in 7 days, 659-- 4 Tonona of Fort Hill Farm from 211 lbs 5 oz. milk, at 5 jears and 579-Tonona 25th of H. F 3 months old. 571-- 5 Tonona 10th of H. F Dam of Sophie Hudson 76105, butter 565-- 1 Tonona 2nd of H. F test. 19 lbs 12i oz in 7 davs, 28 lbs J oz . .549-- 5 in 10 davs. at 7 years old, 716 lbs. 4 oz Tonona 17th of H. F ..532-- 4 Tonona 9th of H. F butter in 1 year, from 11,496 lbs milk. 521 9 Dam of 2 bulls with tested daughters, Hood Farm Tonona 501-- 2 including Fort Hill Farm Ch.ef 62859. Tonona 12th of H. F. 442-- 4 Sophie 7th of H. F sire of Sophie 19th of Hood Farm, the 416-- 2 Tonona 18th of H. F champion year test Jersey. 411-- 2 Tonona 22nd of H. F Oonan's Tormentor 22280 395-- 3 Tonona 20th of H. F 3S0-- 7 Sold at auction for $1,000. Tonona 11th of H. F 3S0-- 5 Sire of 16 bulls with 37 tested daughH. F. Kathletta's Fancy 14.4 ters. Tonona 3rd of H. F. (7 days) Sire of 47 tested cows, including: Torono's Lilian 2 34-- 3 of Riverside Sophie Lowndes .. ...17-- 0 Oonan Dream2nd Ida's Sophie 6th of H. F 24-- 3 Oonan's Grace Sire of J Hood Farm Torono C0326, sire of 47 Miss Roonalda 22-- 8 Marshmelon of Lynwood in Register of Merit. 22-- 3 Torono 16th of Hood Farm 63262. sir, Ula Oonan ? Miss Eyre 2nd of in Register of Merit. 21-- 2 Mama's Torono of H. F. 63295, sire of 1 Clara Oonan 20-- 8 Oonan of Kenmore Kate Gordon 2nd 83662 20-Oonan's Alda J Bred by M. C. Campbell, Spring Hill, Soconee3rd Tenn. Kate Gordon 8387 Butter test 15 lbs. 5 oz. in 7 days, Butter test, 15 lbs 15 oz in 7 days, from 251 lbs. 5 oz. milk, at 5 years and from 194 lbs 7 oz milk, at 4 years old. 2 months old. Dam of 5 tested cows: Dam of Tonona 7th of H. F. 167724, in Register of Merit, Class AA 722 lbs. Kathletta 18-6 oz butter in 1 year, 10868 lbs. 5 oz. Mary Gordon 17-milk, at 7 years old; she is dam of 2 in Gordonetta ' Kitty Better 3 Register of Merit. 1 Her dam, Kate Gordon, is dam of Kate Gordon 2nd Kate's Tornado 20888, sire of tested r Duke of Cloverdale 6994 cow. Sire of 2 tested cows. f Gray Friar's Duke 42764 Torono 25204 19-1st 1S-91S-517-l6 17-216-19 17-12S-6J 14-3- 5 23-9I 21-45 22-15i 1 15-5I I ters.! Miss Rinda Pettus is seriously ill of (F. 259. C.) isire of 38 tested cows, and of 35 stomach trouble. bulls with 221 tested daughters. Mrs. R. P. White i at the residence His sire, Khedive. P. 103, H. C. is a of her parents and is quite sick. son of Coomassie 11874. See below. Baron's Sophie 17615, Imp. Mrs. Sylvester Thompson, of Lowell, oz in 7 days was here last week with relatives. Irom 271 lbs 8 oz milk, at 5 years Mr. Walter Bryant, of Sugar Creek months old. section, was here Sunday afternoon. Imp. Catono 3761, Boys Union Suits 15 cents atMoores. Sire of 12 tested cows, and of the bull, Tormentor Catono 17004, sire of Mr. B. I. Blankenship received the 3 tested cows. His dam, Ona 7S40, is half sister to blue tie on comb honey at the Stanford fair. Tormentor (above) Rosabel Hudson 5704 Rev. E. B. English, formerly pastor Butter test. 15 lbs 12 oz in 7 days at of the Baptist church here, will preach 8 vears old. here on Tuesday night. Sept. 1st. Dam of 3 tested cows: Butter test, 19 lbs 15 J r-- ij ! Diaw I Check li for the money you ov e and note how much more respectfully your creditors you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the re-Sa- rd Garrard Bank & Trust Co. Daisy Hudson ". Emma Hudson Rhoda Hudson Tormentor 3523, Imp. See above. His tested daughters include- Little Torment Tormentor's Bloomfield OSSanUu . 17-1- 1 16-- 2 14-- 4 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lawrence and children, ot Farmland, Ind., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Lawrence. They know he is doing business in a business Hke waj . Better open such an account even if your affairs are not Ilarge. Thev wil grow all right. ..23-2. 22-22-1- i 3 Mr." J. M. Cress and family attended the Baptist assosiation (Fates' Creek) at Red House, Madison county, Tues day last. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Mr. Adolphus Fraley and sister. Miss have returned home Butter test 22 lbs 2 J oz in 7 days from after a pleasant visit to the home of 205 lbs 7 oz milk at 10 year3 old. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Cummins. Dam of 6 tested cows: " 20-- 4 Mr. J. M. Cress and family, Mesdames Roonan J Oonan2nd D. M. Annerson, W. C. Cummins and Odelle Sales Miss Dora Blankenship attended church 16-- 2 Callie Nan at Good Hope one day last week. Oonan 3rd 1 Nanalda Goods sold cheap Friday and Saturday Mr. Burnett Also dam of Tolteo 6331, sire of 19 at Moores. tested cows. Oonan 1485. Missouri Fraley 18-416-114-114-2- . KENTUCKIAN ESCAPES OPERATION BY USING MAYR STOMACH REMEDY Says Wonderful Treatment Pertinax 1965. Saved His Life With Few Doses. 15-1- 25-2- I Such letters come from all part3 of the country. This remedy is known everywhere for its remarkable results. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy clears the digestive tract of mucoid ac cretions and poisonous matter. It bring3 swift relief to sufferers from ailments of the stomach, liver and bowels. Many declare it has saved them from dangerous operations and many are sure it has saved their lives. Because of the remarkable success of this remedy there are many imitators, so be cautious. Be sure it's MAYR'S Go to R. E. McRobert's drug store ard ask about the wondeiful results it has t been accomplishing in cases they or send to Geo. H. Mayr, Mfsr. 6 Whiting St.. Chicago Chemist, III., for free book on stomach ailments and many grateful letters from peopie who haye been restored. Any druggist can tell you its wonderful results. know-abou154-13- j Mid-da- 25204 sey Cow, with a record of 1,175 lbs. 7oz. butter in one year. His great grandsire is the sire of Figgis, the winner at the St. Louid World's Fair. His grandsire Torono 25204 is the sire of Hood Farm Torono 60326, by many considered the World's greatest sire, with 63 registers of Merit daughters, two of whom have records of over 1000 pounds Sale will begin promptly at 10:00 Rain or Shine. of butter each per year. States. BLUE GRASS DAIRY AND ICE COMPANY. Col. I. M. Dunn, AucL STANFORD. Miss Blanche VanDeveer is at home after a visit to Richmond. Miss Eubanks of Danville is the guest of Miss Mattie Lee Hubble. Miss Lula Baker of Lexington is visiting Mies Anna Chancellor. Miss Margaret Wells of Danville is visiting Miss Katherine Reid. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Menefee of Knox ville took in the fair last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hampton of Lebanon Junction are visiting here. Miss Katherine Gentry of Frankfort is visiting Mrs. George DeBorde. Miss Virginia Givens'of Harrodsburg is the guest of Miss Matsy Grimes. Miss Fanny Spaks of Mt Vernon is the guest of Miss Berta Jean Penny.. Mr. ond Mrs. Jesse Mershon of "Cor-bi- n have been visiting Mrs. A. C. Hill. Miss Ruth Buchner of Lebanon was L of Louisville has Miss Amstrong, been a receut guesn of her aunt, Mrs. C. F. Ison. B. F. Schrest and George Barnett are juror3 in the Circuit Court at Lan caster this week. 9 The Graded and High School opens A large enrollMonday Aug. 31st. ment is expected. Miss Bettie Scott rnd Mr. Woodson, H. V. BASTIN, President. of Bourne were guest of Miss Alycie For private reasons I will have to give up farming: and will sell my Mabel Scott Sunday. the Fair guest of Mrs Susan B.Yeager. Lois Gann, of McKinney are the visit- entertained on last Tuesday with a Prof, and Mrs. J. D. Hacker, of home place of 230 acres. This farm is in mile of Crab Orchard, Miss Elizabeth Hunn. garden party in honor of her aunt, Mrs Mrs. Fannie Metcalf of Danvillle is ors of Richmond arrived last week and have adjoining the Fair Grounds and lands of J. W. Guest. It has a brick Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Fulkerson of Mid Willie Hocker of Pine Bluff Ark. The taken rooms with Mrs. G. W. Calleb. the gnest of her brother John Bright. dlesboro have returned home after a garden was '.beautiful with flowers of Mrs. Frank Robards of Texas is visdwelling of six rooms, hall, porch, and cellar, a frame summer dining all kinds. Delightful refreshments were iting her mother Mrs Laura Hundley. visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Baughman. served. There were about fifty guests room and kitchen attached; a good tenant house, two stock barns, a F. J.. Hoffman, artist teacher of the present. Mrs. Will Havs spent Monday in Lan i College of Music, Cincinnati, is the caster with her mother Mrs Mildred $1,200 tobacco barn of 8 acres capacity, and all other necessary out Miss Katherine Kennedy, youngguest of Mrv and Mrs. E. L. Reinhart est daughter of Mr and Mrsthe Ken Beazley. Ed The undersigned hereby give warn- buildings. Miss Mary Lee Lear of Lancaster was Mrs. W. R. Cook of Lancaster, and nedy, passed away, at her home here ing to all persons not to trespass upon This farm is in a high 3tate of cultivation; 130 acre3 of river bottom land the guest of Miss Allie Russell Fish for her uest Mrs. Sprague of Louisville, Saturday evening after an illness of our land3 for any purpose whatever as adapted to blue attended the4 garden party given by several years. The deceased wa3 a we will prosecute all offenders to ful this is fine corn, meadow, or grazing land; 100 acres of the Fair. grain. lovable girl and none knew her but to est extent of the law. Hunters and. grass, and is fine for tobacco, corn, wheat and other Miss Allie Yantis has returned to her Mrs. Shanks on Tuesday evening. especially take notice. Dix river' bounds it on the east, with two creeks running through the home in Lancaster after a visit to Miss Mrs C. R. Coleman entertained on love her. The remains were laid to Fishermen R. L. Elkin. rest in the Hustonville cemetery Mon G. W. Elam. Lottie Carson. springs, and a splendid bored well, of pure limestome farm, five never-failin- g last Tuesday evening for her attractive day afternoon. Ed & N B Piice J. W Sweeney Mrs. C. M. Pennybaker and children guest, Miss Effie Land, of Lexington. stock water during the dryest W. G. Anderson water, at the door, which gives an abundance of Quite a surprise was received here John M. Farra of Danville are the guests of her sister The evening was a most enjoyable one, stock farm. Friday, when it became known that J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. seasons, which makes it an ideal there being abont thirty couple. Mrs. A. U. llill. B. M. Lear. This farm can be nicely divided into two farms about 130 acre3 with Adam Pence and Miss Peachie Baugh- S. C. Henderson, Mrs. E. B. Richie of Mineral Wells Stanford is to have free city delivery man had driven to Crab Orchard where A. J. Caddell, W. S. Emhry tenant house; and 100 acres with impiovements. Texas is the guest of her parents Mr. after Sept 1st. Miss Mary Bruce re they were united in marriage. H. C. Arnold Mr, Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Liberal terms Will sell as a whole or in two tracts, to suit purchasers. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee. ceived word last week from the U. S. Pence is the youngest 'son of E T. Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. will be given. Seeding privileges given, and full possession January 1st, 1915. Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Hagin and Department at Washington. One car- Pence Sr. of this city W. B. Ray. and is interested S. L. Rich. children of Covington are guests of Mr rier will be appointed by the postmis- in the E, T. Pence Jr and Co, store. J. C. Morgan. and Mrs. H. C. Baughman. tress. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs We will add other names'for 25 cents Misses Isabella Reynolds aod Mary Mrs. William H. Shanks delightfully M. S. Baughman. There is much hap cash. FINE FARM FOR SALE 1- -2 POSTED up-lan- d, , R. H. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard,Ky Page 4 The Central Record incorporated. Ibsded Weekly. $1.00 The Central Record, Thursday Aug 27, 1914. See prices on everything at Moores. S15.000BONDISSUE DUROC SALE. TWO SHALL FARMS FOR SALE. One farm contains 15 acres of fine improveland with all new ments hot w'ater heated, hot water in kitchen and bath room and one of the most convenient and best neighborhoods on earth. Price $3200. The other contains 67 acres of soft sandstone land which produces the finest tobacco and corn on earth. 2 barns that will house 6 or 7 acres of tobacco, new 3 room house, and think of the price less than $60 per acre. S. H. Aldridge, Hvattsville Ky. The Consolidated School at Buena Vista will open on Monday August 31st, E. ROBINSON. Editor. J. And the Consolidated school at Paint R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. Lick will open Monday Sept. 7th. It Entered st tbe Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., is hoped that with the new School buildings and the improved facilities a as Second-Clas- s Mall Matter. much larger attendance will be had Member Kentucky Press Association this year. aud a year. SCHOOLS OPEN. Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., August THE STORK GETS BUSY. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Williams, on Danville avenue, are happy over the little girl, who Rates For Political Announcements advent of a beautiful Sundry mornine. arrived at their home For Precinct and Citv Offices ...S 5.00 At the same hour Mrs. R. P. White, 10.00 of Preachersville, presented her husor County Offices 15.00 band with a handsome baby girl. Mrs. For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line Wnite and Mrs. Williams are sisters. 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interWAR RAISES PRICES OF TIN. est of individuals or expression of individual views, per 'The out break of the European has 10 caused the New York price of tin to iip 05 raise to 65 cents a pound, although in Obituaries, per line the latter part of July tin was sold for 30.5 cent a pound. None of the European countries make a production which would greatly affect the market values, and the disturbance of prices is due ' mostly to the insecurity of ocean freights which are carried very largely in English and German bottoms. 27, 1914. ttltWr DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For U. S. Senator Long Term. J. J. C. W. Beckham, of Frankfort. Short Term. Your account is past due. Please call and settle at once. Miss Rella Arnold CLAUD WHERRITT RETURNS For U. S. Senator N. Camden, of Versailles. For Congress. TO NEW ORLEANS. Mr. Claude Wherritt. who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Have your measure taken for new-Fa- Wherritt for the past week, returned suits at J. W. Smith's Tailoring to his home irrNew Orleans Tuesday. Opening Aug. 27. 28 and 29th 1914. Claude has lots of friends in Lancaster who are always glad to see him and Foot Ball Notice. sorry when he has to return. He has Candidates for the Lancaster High a responsible and lucrative position School Football Team will report for a with the L & N in that thriving southern city and his friends are proud of Tuesday afternoon, immeeting, mediately after school. At this meet- his success. ing the coaches will outline plans for the season. ll Harvey Helm, of Stanford. FARMERS From Dogs. A GREAT OPPORTUNITY. By subscribing at once you can secure The Lexington Herald until .lan-uar- y 1, 1915, for 1.00 with all the news of the markets, all the news of the war; all the news of the Blue .Grass. One cent a day brings you every morning all the news of the world. Subscribe now! Will Be Protected Sheep Killing The Assessor's report shows that there have been assessed 1172 dogs in the county at one dollar each. If this amount is collected by the Sheriff it insures for the sheep raisers of the county the payment provided for by law Pope Pius X Dies Of Pneumonia. This for the sheep killed by dogs. Rome, Aug. 20. Pope Pius X died at should help to increase the sheep growing industry in this county. 1:20 o'clock this morning. Already suffering from bronchitis and a weak heart, the worry occasioned by the war involving all Europe brought on bronchial pneumonia, and the aged Mr. Jerome Tinsley, one of the best pontiff is a war victim as truly as if he known and highly respected citizens of had been struck down on the field of this county died at his home on the battle. He was ill four days. Poor Ridge Pike on Tuesday night of a complication of diseases brought about FRANK by old age. Mr. Tinsley had been in failing health for some time and was Attorney At Law. taken dangerously ill about a week ago, The first duties that will probably and from that time little hope has been devolve upon Mr. Frank Leslie Russell, held for his recovery. cf Richmond, will be to have hi3 shingle He was born in Virginia eighty years hung cut. with the above style caption. ago but at an early age moved to this Mr. Russell, after a highly satisfactory state. At the outbreak of the Civil examination, before J. E. Robinson war he threw his lot with that of the and Judge L. L. Walker, who were ap- state of his nativity and joined the pointed by Judge Hardin, was granted Confederate Army, serving with disa certificate to practice law at the bar tinction throughout the war. Like a cf the Circuit Court here Wednesday. soldier he answered the last roll call ot the Great Commander. He was a man ANDERSON COUNTY RECORD of strong personality, and may truly be said to have been loved and admired Dies A'Bormcg. by all who knew him. Mr. Arthur Timoney, who recently The funeral services were held at the established the Anderson Countv Rehome and the interment took place at cord, sold out that paper to Mr. Jesse the family burying ground, conducted I.I. Alverson, owner of the Lawrence-tur- g Mr. Tinsley News, and so that good paper by Rev. F. M. Tinder. was never married, and his only brother goes into history. died about two years ago. No doubt Mr. Timoney learned to his sorrow that two papers can not live in a town where there is only business enough for one. Mr. Tomoney will return to Danville and resume his busi- FINE LOCATION FOR CLOTHING AND ness with the Kentucky Advocate. TINSLEY. LESLIE-RUSSEL- FOR RENT FURNISHINGS. " GENTS' LEXINGTON HERALD FOR $1. FOUR MONTHS Full Reports of War, Markets of World and Special Service From Blue Grass Counties. itors know from former experience that Stag A $500. Common to choice heavy fat sows. they will receive fair play. Light shippers ., harness stake and a $1000 Saddle stake Figs, (110 lbs and less) ..... will be the features of the horse show. . 8HEEP: extra , Good to choire. Write Theo Campbell, Secty. Springfield Ky. Common to fair i Heifers, extra 7 85 8 00 Good to choice 7 75 Common to lair 4 75700 Cows, extra 0 50 75 SPRINGFIELD FAIR Good to choice so 5 75 Common to fair i 3 25 5 65 Promises To Be Better Than Ever. , Canners 3 004 25 Balls, balognas .. 6 00 50 The Washington County Fair at Fat bull 00 year on CALVES: extra Springfield will be held this 11001100 This fair Falrtogood x001075 Sept. 8, 9, 10 and 11th. Common and large 5 50310 50 should attract a good shqw of stock for HOGS : good packers and batchers 25 9 S5 the premiums are generous and exhib- Mixed packers . 6 15 9 25 The Lexington Herald has made a special rate of $1.00 to the first of January. It publishes the full reports of the war; gives all the markets of the world; covers the Blue Grass by its You can own special correspondents. secure all this information for less than a cent a day. Less than one postage stamp will bring to your door each morning all the news of the world. It will be worth many dollars to vou to know the price of the commodities in which you deal. Send your subscription today with your address plainly written and enclose a check, postoffice order or the cash to the Circulation Department, Lexington Herald, Lexington, Ky. I propose to make two rooms of my double store room in Lancaster Ky, These rooms will each be 25x85 Plate Glass fronts, nicely shelved, I want to rent the East Room (the other already rented). This East room will be decorated to suit renter, and is a fine room for Gents Furnishings and Clothing there being but one other such line in town. I will rent same room for other lines cf business. R. H. Batson. Crystal White Orphington pullets for sale. Ready to lay. $1.00 each. J. T. Preston, Camp Nelson, Ky. B. F. Robinson and F. M. Tinder will conduct one of the largest hog sales PROPOSED TO REPAIR ever held in Central Kentucky on Sept. 19th when they will sell at Public AucCOURT BOUSE tion their herds of Duroc Jersey Hogs. These two hog fancfers have some of Fiscal Court Orders Election. the choicest bred swine in the state and the sale will be well attended by The Fiscal Court met in Lancaster oh buyers from all sections of the state. last Saturday and ordered an election The sale will be held at Ross' Stock held in Garrard county at the next reg- Yards at ten o'clock. ular November election to submit to the voters of the county a proposition for the issuance of bonds to the airount of $15,000 for the purpose of repairing the court house. ' DESTINED TO BECOME NOTED Garrard county has a good court As Hog As Well As Dog Raisers. house, apparently, or at 'least it presents that appearance to the casual Everywhere that the hounds are ridpublic, but upon closer inspection it den and every where that followers of will be found to be one of the most illy the chase are to be found, the celebratlighted and inconvenient edifices in the ed "Walker dogs" are known and state. In fact, the structure is not a prized. Throughout tha United States, proper safeguard for the records of the and even in foreign countries, this county, deeds, mortgages etc. which particular breed of Tox hound is famous, are placed within its walls- for safe famous as the "Kentucky Red keeping. The vaults are supposed to as Berkshire Hog" is destined to become. be fire proof, but a fire would undoubtEd, Steve, Wade The Walker-Bros:- , edly destroy the title to every piece of and Arch, the former two have gone property in the county. Think of this to their rewrrd, peace to their ashes, Mr. Taxpayer, in case of a fire the and were as noble hearted pair of title to your farm or property would be gentlemen as ever extended the destroyed, and the process which you hospitality of their roof to the stranger, would have to go in order to have been raising fox hounds in Garrard the title to the property which you county for more than a half century, have owned so long would cost you a and have sold dogs for what would apgood round sum of money. Can you pear to the novice to be fabulous prices. afford this? We think not, the chances These dogs were not sold solely on their are too great. Then vote for this bond breeding, they had been tried and reissue, and place in the hands of the tried before they were sent to the officers in whom you showed such a purchaser. The famous brothers were measure of confidence by voting them all enthusiastic followers of the hounds, into the offices which they now hold, a and there was never a suitable night sufficient sum of money to enable them the winding of their horns could be to place the court house in such a con- but heard somewhere in the hills of the dition as to safeguard the title to j our county, and the excellent sport to be property, make the vaults fire proof following them attracted hunters and make other repairs which are ab- had from far and near, and the superior solutely necessary. dogs elicited the comOur court house has been built more qualities of their mendation of the best hunters, their than half a century, and during that superiority over other dogs led them to time, very little has been spent in the dogs of that breeding and a world way of repairs, comparatively nothing. desire wide marhet was opened to them. Do you allow your property to dete Woods Walker, a son of the late riorate in value from year to year for is also an H. Walker, want of the expenditure of a few dol Edward enthusiastic devote"of the sport, and a lars tor repairs: No, well the court raiser of fine dogs, and he and his uncle house is your property and mine and Mr. A. K. Walker, are always far bebe kept in good condition as well hind on their orders. as our individual property, and it re "The Walkers" have recently turned quires money to keep up the repairs on their attention to another industry, our puDiic ouuuings. just as well as it which bids fair to prjve equally, if not takes money to keep up the repairs on than the raising of dogs. our dwellings and outbuildings. The cu more lucrative They are members of the "Kentucky is a constant menace to the safety pola Red Berkshire Hog Association", and of the people who live within its shadow they, Messrs Wade, Arch and Woods is swayed by every wind that blows, it Walker, together with Messrs James the timbers which support it have been R. Dennv, Luther Gibbs, James G. there since its erection and are rotting and other Garrard county away, and there are many other repairs Burnside stockmen have been devoting considerequally as essential which this bond is able time of late to the developing of sue would enable your County Judge and this particular strain of porkers, with Fiscal Court to make. the result that they are firm in their Besides the safe guarding of your belief that they are destined to titles, the safeguading of the citizens revolutionize the hog raising industry who are threatened by the dangerous in this portion of the state, and especially condition of the cupola, there is another in this and adjoining counties. reason why we should make the repairs, All of the gentlemen named had their countv pride. We surely should have on exhibition at the Stanpride enough in the appearance of our choicest hogs ford fair last week, and they were the county structure to keep it looking pre cynosure of all eyes, or at least of the sentable, and care enough for the wel eyes of all the fanners, and the majority fare of the officers who work therein of those who looked carefully at the not to wish them to strain their eyes in many superior qualities of these hogs, the even on the brightsuperior to any days, poring over the record in the pronounced them far est other breed of hogs in this section of dark vaults a,nd offices where they are the state. compelled to work. This bond issue So it seems in the near future has been asked of the people of the "Walker dogs" and "Walker hogs" county before, and refused. Only a are destined to become equally famous, few more years and the old court house and the latter will in a short time be will require three times as much money as much sought after as the former. to make the repairs which will have become necessary. A stitch in time saves nine. Give this matter careful consideration. It is of vital importance to every owner of real estate in the county. Therefore do not dismiss it without consideration, and we are satisfied that if you will attach the proper weight to Shows Grand Total Of $85,314.34 the proposition, you will view it in the From All Sources. proper light, and will be prepared to VOTE FOR THE BOND ISSUE. County Clerk, J. W, Hamilton has GarBig sale Friday and Saturday at just completed the tax books for rard county and has turned same over Moore's. to the sheriff taking his receipt for same. As an item of interest we print PRESIDENT RING ON THE total from all sources including State, Countv, School, County Poll Tax, School Poll Tax and Dog Tax, due the WARPATH AGAINST . sheriff for the year 1914. This, of course does not include the taxes asILLITERACY. sessed by the graded schools of the county. District No. 1. Hon. W. P, King, President Kentuc ky Educational Association, has taken State Tax $ 14.SU0 31. the stump in the campaign against il- County tax 15,709 4G. literacy in Kentucky and will speak at School tax... '. 2,859 73. Bfooksville. Williamstown, Independ County poll tax.... , 1,473 00. ence, Winchester, Paris, Alexandria, School Poll tax 679 00. Covington and several other points Dog tax.... 333 00. uunng tne next lew weeks. " District No. 1. State Tax $ 7,66314. County tax 7,72122. GOOD CROWD ATTENDS i rour strongroiiits Good Wheat. Clean Milling. CO 1 S5S3 No Blend. wujmc WALKER BROS. J. No Bleach. I I 0 ONE THOUSAND MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS. One thousand moonlight schools will open their door3 to men and women, If Bleached and Blended Flour questions your health, why take a chance? Use educated, half educated and illiterate GLEN LILY and be safe. - on September 7th, 1914, it is estimated by Ola Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, from the reports received at its office from Countv Superintendents and teachers. Montgomery, Lincoln, Har din, Clay, McCreary, Mercer, Grayson, Clinton, Pike, Leslie, Campbell, Ken ton ar.d other counties are preparing to make war on illiteracy. September 7th is to be the evening of the opening for Moonlight Schools in the State. It being Labor Day, a canvass of the dis tricts will be made by the teachers on that day to urge men and women to attend. "IC00 Moonlight Schools to open 000 adults em oiled, September 7th-510.000 illiterates taught" is the slogan of the Kentnckv Illiteracy Commission for September. Garrard L.,gAAS..;, ,SmAmA..mAm.Km.,US U Ml Dig fin SLSfefl E ! F Specialist THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH State Convention To Meet At Ashland. Byrne Scientific Oervice MFAMC 1 For the first time in the history of the Christian church, its state convention will meet in Eastern Kentucky, in the beautiful city of Ashland on August ill 31st to Sept 3rd. The Christion Church lly at Ashland is one of thg most beautiful and the best equipped building in tbe state. In going to Ashland f romCentral Kentucky the delegates will pass through Morehead where the C. W. B. M. is doing such great work. The Christian church has spent much money in Eastern Kentucky yet it has never held a convention farther east than Mt Sterling. This thriving little city is amply able to accomodate thehundreds of delegates that will be in attendance and a hearty welcome will be extended to all. Thar program will be an interesting one as many prominent speakers throughout the state will be in attendance. The homes of the city will be opened on the same basis of other conventions, the rate being one dollar for lodging and breakfast. These who anticipate going should write W. A. Mannin, 701 E. Winchester-Ave- . Ashland, Ky. that you may be assigned to a home. ILliilll) a thorough examination of your eves by a specia'st of 6 years experience, without change. Saving expenses cription charges. of trip to city and pres- a proper correction by glasses of any Optiea! defect or eye train at prices you can afford to pay. All white metal frames best lenses Gold filled frames Solid Gold frames, best lenses $2.50 $1.50 7.50 $5.00 "Shurns" best lenses "KRYPTOKS" TORIC" and "COMPOUND" cluded in the above prices. to $4.00 to $6.50 to $10. to $7.50 Lenses not in- Specialist in Eye Glass Fitting will be at LANCASTER, KY., Wednesday, SEPT 2 to 12 OFFICE AT KENGARLAN HOTEL. EI J. J. BVRISJB E D G Jl Vice r. B. F. HUDSON, President. WANTED. GOOD HOMES FOR CHILDREN. The Kentucky Children's Home Society now has in its institution two hundred and four children who are in need of homes. These children range in age from three months to fourteen years, and they are possibly the brightest and most attractive set of girls and boys we have ever had. The success of our work depends upon placing them in good homes, and we trust that those citizens who are willing to help the work will notify us of their willingness to" take a child and will write the institution, 1086 Baxter Ave, Louisville, Ky., at their earliest convenience. Only first class citizens who have Christian homes need apply for the children as we will not send them into homes where the children will not have the very best of Christian care and attention. We do not mean by this that we expect only rich people to take the children for some of the very best placements we make are with people who are in moderate circumstances. The Master's saying, "Inasmuch as ye did it unto one of the least of these, my brethren, ye have done it unto me" possibly was meant for just suah a time as this. Clothing sale Saturday at Moore's. W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. WALKEK, Joe J. Walker. Jr., Prest. j I Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. semi-darknes- s, ORGANIZED 1SS3. Citizens National Bank IV OF LANCASTER, KY. f E ' Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. TAX BOOKS This bank is supervised by the United States Government Y'our deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank Y'OUR bank. ?J j r NOW READY D0X3'H OF m&& Eleven Car Loads Building Material. Just received, Two Cars of Brick. Two cars of Sand, Two cars of rough Lumber. Twor cars of Cement and Lime. RATES OF TUITION GRADED SCHOOL. Lancaster. Ky., Aug. 17. '14. The Lancaster Graded School will open on Monday August 31, 1914 with a full corps of excellent teachers and we trust to have a larger attendance than ever. With improved methods and fine building, well heated and well ventilated we should have more scholars and better work, althoxgh the work ip the past has been excellent. The following are terms for tuition per term of 5 months: $J9.00; 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Grades 12.00.- 4th, 5trf and 6th Grades 18.00. 7th, 8th and 9th Grades 10th 11th and 12th Grades t 25.00. Tuition must be paid in advance. No one will be allowed to enter the grades until the tuition for five months has been paid. All who expect to send pupils should confer with the Treasurer and pay, in advance. After pupils have been graded tuition must be paid before entering Upon studies. E. W. Harris, Treasure, J. B. Kinnaird. Secretary. r ., , Three Cars of Flooring, Ceiling, etc. WhPTt urp hmr in fhic rmaririfTT mi ni-in- ni School tax COUNTY COURT. County tax School Poll One of the , . LIVE STOCK MAKKET. CINCINNATI Anc SO UNION bTOCK YARDS, Cottle Hogs Sheep CATTLE: Shippers Batcher steers extra Good to choice Common to $7508 8 008 5 so 50 So fair...; Rn57Wi tt 75 27 57 .... 5 00 5 75 8 85 5 4 75 4 25 2 SO 508 7 00 8 20 9 80 25 4 75 4 in several months attended our countv court day la3t Monday. The fact that the Circuit court opened on that day, probably enhanced the gathering to a great extent. Not very much business of importance was transacted, although quite a number of mules changed hands. While a larger number were left unsold. Watermelons were very much in evidence, several wagon loads being disposed of at low prices. S. F. Robinson bought a mare mule of J. B. Bourne, for $165. and a horse mule of Odus Naylor for $115.00. George D. Robinson bought one mule of Dan East, for $107.50 and one of anotner party for same price! Something like two hundred cattle changed hands at what seemed fabulous prices. Lawson and Brown sold about 75 sheep at an average of $4.50 a head. $15. Suits $7.00 largest crowds seen here Dogtax..' State tax, . . County tax School tax. . Countv poll. School poll . 3,088 49. 972 00.' 648 00. kl! are bound to please. 24100. $ 4,944 43. District No. 3. 4.944 43. 1.90S 14. 867 00. 578 00. 284 00. Burnam & Rucker, 1 We Write Anv Kind of e '. M J m, Dog tax. District No. 4. County tax., School DM State'tax... tax.. . County poll. School poll. Dog tax.... Total Totaf Total Total Total Total $ 5,633.12. 5,718 12. 2,287,24. 952 50. 635 00. "314 00. Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand State Tax County Tax. . . School Tax ... County Poll... School AH !5 Poll.... Dog Tax Sources.. 33.101 34,093 10,143 4,264 2,540 1,172 01. 23. 60. 50. 00. 00. INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Lancaster. Ky. J. Office over The National Bank A. BEAZLEY & CO. of Phone 27. 4 15 at Moore's. Grand Total ,$ 85.314. .34 ft The Central Record, Thursday Aug, 27 1914. Pasre 5 OHIO L 1 C U T T E R Sif Gossip Atottt I ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ward and babv of the guest (shb aBcasBaa )I Clsmn Cincinnati, motored to Lancaster and were guests of Miss Jennie Lackey. V. a7 V V. 7 Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Mahan of Ruston KB V La. and Mr. Chas Mahan of Winchester Ind, are visiting friends and relatives here. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. Mrs. Wm. Jones and daughter Miss Annie of Winchester came Monday for a visit to Mrs. Jones sister Mrs. J. C. Robinson. Miss Julia Zanone is in Stanford Lena Traylor. Col. Lew Holmes, the veteran Knight Judge L. L. Walker was in Richmond cf the Grip arrived last Saturday, heralding the coming of county court day Saturday on legal business. copic; U x Milton Elliott has returned visit to friends in Sharpsburg. from a on Monday. Miss Nell Johnson of Monticello is here fcr a visit to Lancaster relatives. Miss Allie B. Brown of Louisville is visiting her brother Mr. George Brown and family. THE IMPROVED LOGICAL SILO FILLER Rev. Harvey Estes of Georgetown was in town court day and paid the Record a call. J. FAMOUS DIRECT DRIVE. Mrs. John Cotton of Danville was The Machine that drives, cuts and elevates direct from main bhaft. Sim- the guest last week of her sister Mrs. ple. Compact, Low Speed Fan Non Explosive Non Clogging on any Cut. . 0. Rigney. Cuts clean on all crops. Knives Car.'t Spring. Miss Minnie Gulley has leturned from One Lever Controls All. a delightful visit to Illinois, Columbia Famous "Bull Dog" grip, self feed. Capacity based on half inch cut. and Richmond. Used by Experiment Stations everywhere. With or without trucks. Misses Elizabeth and Mary May Walker visited their aunt Mrs. J. C, Hays in Stanford last week. Miss Mattie Adams left this week for a visit to her sister, Mrs. 0. U. Terrill in Fleming Ky. d Captain Wm. J. Kinnaird, Mr3. and little daughters have returned to Middlesboro after a visit to the Misses Kinnaird. Misses Nora and Dorcas Elliston of Williamsburg and Lucy Smith of Crab Orchard were the attractive week end guests of Miss Artie Mahan. Mr. Jesse H. Arnold came over from Frankfort Friday and remained until Monday with hie father Mr. W. A. Arnold, who has been quite ill. Kin-nair- Dr. S. P. Grant, and Mrs. Grant of Danville, Mrs. J. M. Blayney and children of St. Louis motored to Lancaster for a short stay with relatives. Miss Rella Arnold has returned from a most delightful outing in New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Washington City, Old Point Comfort and Atlantic City. Mr. John Greenleaf and daughter Miss Van, and Mrs. Jennings Greenleaf and little daughter, of Richmond were Kauff-ma- n. Hoosier Disc Wheat Drills $55. E. Mount, Son & Co. A WELCOME VISITOR. is known, where it is a box of our sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If you have not yet tried any or all ot them you don't know what a fine treat you have been missing. Don't keep on y and missing it. Order a box commence enjoying vourseif. to-da- Miss La Verne Nevius and brotner were in Stanford with their grandmothguests Sunday of Mrs. Emma er and attended the fair. Lancaster tling CO. 1L Mrs. Henry Faulconer and children George B. Harris, Traveling Passenof Philadelphia are with her parents, ger Agent for the Wabash R. R. with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason. neadquarters at Birmingham Ala, was Mw. H. H. Hall and Miss Nannie the guest Sunday of his parents Judge Tucker motored to Lancaster for a and Mrs. E. W. Harris. short visit to friends on Sunday. Dr. Wm. Burnett motored over from Mrs. B. F. Robinson and little son Shelbyville and joined his wife and Frank Curtis have been in Georgetown daughter Miss Cassie Mae, who have for a visit to Mrs. Amos Hamon. been making a visit to Mrs. Burnett's Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams and two relatives Mr. and Mrs. Thompson ArPhone 202. children of Paynes Depot have been nold. visiting Mr.-anMrs. Jack Adams. Mrs. Rosa Holman, of Louisville, was Bot- 11 1Z fll D I 1 lv pavorite JJecipes Qi 91 H Mr. and Mrs. Jack Doty of were visitors in Lancaster Sunday. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. R. E. Hughes, of Louisville, made a Mrs. T. M. Wilson is here for a visit .., to her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. R. short stay here. Mount. Miss Flossie and Mr. Harry Green, Mens Suits half price at Moores. Miss Lena Bright and nephew Gayle of Danville, are visiting their aunt, Doty, are in Bellvue for a stay with See H. C. Bailey for wholesale prices. Mrs. J. B. Soper relatives. Goods 25. 50 and 75 cts. on the dollar Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Elsener and childW. O. King was in Georgetown for at Moores. ren of Covington arrived Sunday for a the dance given by the Georgetown visit to Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller. Social Club. Ladies and childrens low cut shoes Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts attended Mrs. Clinton B. Bastin of Detroit half price at Moores. a luncheon given by the .Misses Hutch- - Mich, is here for a visit to Mr. and Mrs For Stock in B.-- j A. H. Bastin. craft at Paris on Wednesdeay. antsville Exchange. Halli B. Sweeney, Bryar.tsviiie Ky. Hudson Frisbie visited his uncle Mr. Miss Mary Walkei of Atlrnta. who has been, visiting Miss Nancy Walker, Baker Walker in Nicholasville and atCoal. Cement. Sand, Hay. Grain, tended the fair. returned to her home Wednesday. and Screenings at a reduction. See Reverend J. W. Beagle left Monday prices before buying. Mrs. J. E. Soper and son, Norman, H. C. Bailey of Richmond, motored to Lancaster for Covington where he will hold a two weeks revival. Come to the closing oat sale of the and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Miss Sallie Cook Gregory has return R. H. Batson stock of goods. Soper, Saturday. Frank Moo re ed from.a visit to her runt Mrs. H. H. miss tuna uuney nas accpteci a Hall of Winchester. Call on me for all kinds of fruit and position in the Deaf and Dumb school at Indianapolis and will take up her new Mrs. D. M. Lackey is at home after ornamental trees, shrubs, hedj.e ar.d a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Her Strawberry plants. Everything for duties in a few weeks, bert Price of Danville. the lawn and garden. I reprefert the The condition of Mr. T. J. Price who Mr. John Walter, is quite sick at this best nusery known. is suffering from an attack of typhoid Jas. A. Roystc writing and his friends are apprehensh fever is reported to have veen very P.ione No. 200. Lancaster. K as to his complete recovery. favorable the past week. Miss Amanda Anderson was in LexMrs. Percival Nolan of Seattle Wash, ington the first of the week visiting NOTICE. accompanied by her two children arriv- her sister Mrs. Bettie Miller. The Citv taxes and water rents are ed Tuesday for an extended visit to her Misses Dorothy Irvine of Danville due and must be paid at or.ct. parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Hughes. must have this money in order to and Alice Pollard of Hedgesville are meet expenses and unless paid a pe..a juuge hi. u. nugnes nas ceen con- guests of Mas. James Hatcher. will be levied. fined to his home tor several days, but L. E. Herrci . Dr. A. S. Co .Vc at this writing he is much better and it .Monday to Price of Stanford was here see his brothers Messrs W is hoped that he will be out in a few A., T. J., Ed and N. B. Price. days. KENTUCKY RED BERK- Miss Anna Kav Jenkins and little Mrs. Alma Paris and Mr. and .Mrs. nephew have returned from a visit to Money, and handsome daughter. Miss SHIRE FOR SALE. Mrs. Colby Jenkins, of Georgetown. Oliris, of Wilsonville. Kv.. have been I have 10 nice young boars for ae Mr. C. C. Tindfr and wife of Terra spending a few days with Mrs. Sallie Haute Ind, arrived last Monday for a They are from Anna Bell and Robinson, near Hubble. the chiice of my herd. The visit to his brother. Rev. F. M. TinJer. Mrs. Ethel Datnold. one of our gianddam of these boars is I.adv cf th. Hxiorable R. C. P. Thomas will ar- Lake, second in the all age star, popular teachers in the graded school, at has resigned her position in that institu- rive the latter part of the week and Stanford, will be the guest of Miss Joan Mount. tf. tion, and will attend the school of the W. B. Denny. Lancaster Ky Deaf and Dumb at Indianapols. An e cellent photograph of LancasClarks best thread 4 cts at Mot res Misses Mary Railey of New Orleans, ter's new postmaster, Mr Ephriam P. Martha Land of Lexington. Hester Brown, appeared in Sunday's Courier A SURE RELIEF. Lowry and Lena Phillips of Nicholas-vill- e Journal. Mrs. Sarah Rayburn and little grandwere the guests of .Miss Lettie Dr. Byrne's Drugless, Painless- E. Mae McRoDerts last Friday. daughter Emma Goodloe Gregory have Test, and scientifically fitted Classy, Mrs. Ethel West Darnold returned returned from a visit to Richmond is what your tired Eyes need. Hotel Kengar.an. Saturday from her vacation which was relatives. Sept2 to lzt.1 Messrs T. J. Hill, Ker.drick spent among the great lakes, later returning for a visit to friends and rela- Sam Owsley and J. B. Pzxton. four of FARM FOR SALE. tives in Taylorsvil'e and LaGrange Ky. Stanford;, legal lights, were in our city, Brown last week of Mrs. George t -- 7 J SaIe;-TeIeph- one -- f Wetlnesdux . U r U I have sold my stock of goods to give possess ion first of November 1914, but will have a New Full Line of Fall DRY GOODS, SHOES, Millinery and Ladies Suits and Coats. Will make it to your interest to see us before buying. R. iz S. 1L DC BROWN. 1Z zn ----- ----s n 5 acres miles from Lancaswill sell as a whole or in two trait3 Mattie motoied to Lexington and spent 116 5 with improvements or (50) acres BY MISS MARY REID, Lancaster Ky. the day with Mrs. Adam's son, Mr. vunimproved. N. H. Bogie. Charles Adams. Lexington. Ky. Mr. Charlie Zanone and Miss Julia Zanone, left this week for a visit to FOR SALE. their sistet, Mrs. C. C. Stanford in Indianapolis Ind. Two Buggies, one new; 1 thorough Little Miss Harry Kinnaird has been bred Jersey cow. 1 Malleable Range spending the week at the home of Mr. 2 cups of Brown Sugar, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill and daughter J cup of water, and Mrs. J. G. Burnside near Point and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hill and daugh- just been used a short time. 1 cup of Peanut Butter. J teaspoon of salt, Mrs. Lula C. Johnson. Leavell and enjoying the society of ter of Buckeye were guests on Monday Ucil the sugar, water and salt together until they form a ball when drop- Miss Annie Catherine Lancaster. K' and Master Vin- of Mrs. J. W. Beagle. ped in cold water. Remove from the fire and adJ the Peanut butter. Beat and cent Arnold and Miss Alice Dale Durr, Mr. Willie Comely, and friend Mr. FOR SALE. who are summer guests at that hospi- Frank Scarbery, pour into buttere d plates. both of Indianapolis, table home. Beautiful home in this blue gra- Ind., arrived bunday for a weeks visit county seat. Also a cottage. B'.'i) J Hrs. J. E. Robinson entertained to .Mrs. Comely, and daughters. Monday evening in honor of Mrs. John Mrs. James A. Beazley was hostess squares from new 30,000 publi-- j shcci L. Anderson, of Washington D. C. at a bounteous dinner Wednesday, the Court House, churches etc. Viu.c.. were Mrs. Ernest gueats of honor being Mrs. Wm Jones, sale. Owner leaving state. J. E. Smith. Nichoiasv lv Sprangue of Louisville and Misses and daughter Miss Annie of Winches Real Estate Ag t ter. Margaret Georgia r Jell Known omen. r - BARNARD PEANUT BUTTER CANDY. Mrs. R. Zimmer left Monday for Cincinnati, where after a few days visit with relatives, from whence she will go for a visit to her brother Mr. Charles Renner, and on her return trip will visit her son Dr. Chas Zimmer and family at Portsmouth 0. Mrs. Jack Adams and daughter Miss 166 2-- 2-- ter, $e9&9ftt&e$Qe96 iFasiium (Hfj? &np 3rcij i I ff f 9 Announces to the Ladies of Lancaster and Garrard County, its first opening on . dmiks H 55 9 9 HOW ABOUT THAT uhursciaij September A SILO? 1 if- $ l ($ ij a Feed of all kinds will be scarce and high in price this coming winter. The Indiana Silo Co., had sold more Silos up to July 1st, than they sold all last year, and they are warning me to get my orders in as early as possible, for fear they would not be able to fill late orders. 1 ft With MISS RELLA ARNOLD, on the Square at which time we shall offer for your approval a tempting display of the 9 m I I9 iewest Suets, Onefriece zJresseSj Separate SkertSj ZSlouseSj Selk fPetticoatSj 9 9 I W. P.- - KINCJUD,! District Agent. Stanford, Ky. I w ml 1m m V: Stc, 9 9 9 9 9 rx gtfrtig PHONE aiggXSiagjt JJ kk ,... your order and he I 4. will furnish you The VERY BEST COAL This showing will reflect the latest creations of the handiwork and will embrace all the new stYlemakers weaves and shades. An extensive experience in buying and catering to a discriminating trade enables us to secure superior goods and the highest workmanship at what cheap and passe goods often cost. We employ the cash method ONLY, and by paying cash are enabled to buy at the closest possible figures. We do not sell on time, the same as lending you money, preferring to leave that with the bankers. If correctness of style, high quality of material, superior workmanship and the attributes which lend an air of distinction at little or no additional cost appeal to you, we shall be pleased to meet you on September 3rd. PERRIE Sc JENKINS. j At The VERY LOWEST PRICE. : Lancaster Lumber WMMliW &'fg Go. Clark, and Strongof Cincinnati, and Mrs. George A. Miss Florence McMurtry, a teacher of Covington. in the North Eastern State Normal has Mrs. Ada Burke of Bryantsville an- returned to her home in Oklahoma after nounces the engagement of her daugh- a visit to Mesdames T. O. Hill and W. T. Noel. ter. Miss Pattie Belle Burke, to Mr. Mrs. W. S. Embry entertained Mrs. David Marshal Hale, of Trail Oklahoma. The wedding will occur in the fall. Wm. Burnett, of Snelbyville, Mrs. Z. Miss Burke is a graduate of Hamilton T. Rice of Richmond, and Mrs. L. G. College and an attractive young girl, Davidson, Mrs. L. N. Miller and Miss while the prospective groom is a prom- Allie Yantis, at dinner on last Tuesday. inent young business man of Okla. Miss Elath Buchannon of Richmond Miss Joan Mount was hostess on who has been the guest of Miss MarWednesday afternoon of an elaborate garet Arnold has returned home acsocial function in the nature of an companied by Miss Arnold who will tie auction-bridge- , the honorees being Mrs. her visitor for a wee. Percy Noland of Seattle, Washidgton, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith Jr., left Mrs. George A. McRoberts, of Coving- last Monday for Maysvme, for a stay ton, and Mrs. Thomas Mosby Wilson of two weeks with Mrs. Smith's parents, The assemblage Mr. and .Mrs. Darnell. While in Mays-vill- e of Bowling Green. were seated at 5 tables, while the Mr Smith will have conferred apartment were beautifully decorated upon him, the Knight Templar degrees, with golden glow and sunflowers, the by the local Commandery of that citv. yellow, also being color scheme, observable in the handsomely appointed luncheon. ,. .-vumuiit; Mrs. W. B. Moss lately returned (News ui from Lee county, Va., where she was fcliari The revival meeting now in progress called by the fatal illness of her mother, Mrs. Katherine Colson. The mother of at the Methodist Church has beeii well Mrs. Moss who was an occasional attended and productive of much good. visitor to her daughter at this place, Rev Bridges, who has charge of the was a most remarkable woman; she meeting is a powerful speaker, one had reached her 93th year and up to a whose earnestness and sincerity immonth ago was able to sit out on the press upon the hearer a realistic under porch at the residence of her only son, standing of th Gospel. Rev. Bridges W. G. Colson, where she made her is accompanied by his wife who has song service. home: though her death was really dua charge of the The meeting at the Methodist church to the infirmities incident to old age, the immediate cause was a fall she sus- continues with great interest. Brother tained some little time ago from which Bridges is doing some good preaching, she never rallied. The funeral service hewing close to the line, not sparing was held both at the home of her son, saint or sinner. The meeting will conand also at the grave followed by in- tinue up until Sunday. He will preach to men only, Sunday terment in the Colson cemetery at While Mrs. Colson was afternoon, at three o'clock, at the Middlesboro. Let all the men a native Virginian, the greater part of Methodist church. her life was spent in Kentucky, she avail themselves of this opportunity, in having removed to the Yellow Creek hearing this noted evangelist. The Kentucky Annual Conference Valley with her family before the Civil War and the old brick dwelling will convene at Wilmore, Sept 2nd to known as the "Colson Homestead" 6th., Bishop Kilgo, presiding. still stands in the suburbs of MiddlesMrs. Colson could relate in- Catarrh Cannot Be Cured boro. teresting War reminiscences and often with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they tcld of having furnished the cloth for cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or consUtutional disease, the flag that was hoisted at Cumberland and in order to cure it yu must take inremedies. Gap. Mrs. Colson left four daughters, ternal internally, Hall's CatarrU CUro is taken and acts directly upon Mrs. W. B. Moss of this city, Mesdames the blood and mucous surface. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It J- - S. Bingham, of Pineville. W. D. was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country is Hurst and J. G. Fitzpatrick, of a regular prescription. for years and of It is composed Middlesboro, the Bell county women the best tonics known, combined with the acting: directly on the being occasional guests of their sister. best blood purifiers, The perfect combinamucous surfaces. Moss at this place. 'Mrs. Colson tion of the two ingredients is what proMrs. duces such wonderful results' In curing was the mother cf the eminent catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. J. Kentucky statesman, the late Con- F.Gold CHENET St CO., Props., Toledo. O. by Druzgiats. price 75c. t gressman, David Grant Colson. Taka Hall's Family Pills for constipation. rts FARM FOR SALE. Improved 10-- acre. w"H AatertJ. Lies well and is in good condition J mile of private school awl churclj mile of the General Mercantile store and postoflice of Marcellus. $12i per Write or see M. acre. Pein. Marcellus. K i SWAT a - j unjn .; l Hun fVU KlSTOCKER uicra Give t' ra tufe o Pr. , FCONKErS-- zr v r: me ,..m in ay ;icm I KKSESAD CATTLE te n4 frocj m"v res and otfeer tr - t jsiii.$;, jtas Aftucrtt. Trj It 13 - X Conn Brothers JJ 2- I IP - I Good Work and Prompt Service EXPERT MECHANIC IN CHARGE Complete Line of Tires. Supplies and all Kinds of f Automobile Accessories. Everything for Your FORD Prestolite Service. Mitchell Second & StaieM. Phone 121. KY. Old Arnold Garage. Street. DANVILLE, 4rfjCi.-i"- - " --r - -- &. . Jh . i; xfiJXlSx2 Aji - v.'.tA-- ' i'Jl W . -- w V Page a X The Central Record, Thursday Aug 27 1914. THE PEASANT PRIEST WHO BECAME POP cardinal and apjiolnted patriarch of His motto bad been "Give, Venice. give." and he carried his beuefactions to the point of personal impoverish ment. One day when he was liUhoi of Mantua one ot hi.--, three unmarried sister who kept house for htm. as they MiiiMMiumitlv did wheu their brother wa. patriarch of Venice, went to him to report that somebody had stolen the meat she haj left mi the stove for their dinner The bishop. with a twinkle in his eye. suggested that it might have been the cat. "The cat, indeed!" replied the sister "The cat does not carry in ridicule. off likewise the broth pot." "My dear sister." then said the bishop gently, "if you wish to know it was I who carried it off A poor man came in and told me his wife was ill in bed and needed broth, and gave it to him already made." St. Bernardo delle Terme was the title Pope Leo bestowed upon Bishop Sarto when his holiness elevated him to the carmalate Cardinal Sarto's sole article of value was an episcopal ring, the gift of friends His revenues, not more than $2.o00 yearly, permitted no extravagance, and his eminence often was sorely vexed at the forced curtailment of his allowances for the needy. When he could devise no other plan, it has been said, he would have his bishop's ring put la pawn to raise funds. The first of each month Cardinal Sarto's secretary would deliver to him the sum that could reasonably be expected to be applied to charity and would advise caution in its disbursement. But In a very short time the capital would be gone. Cardinal Sarto had quickly won the love of the Venetians wherever he went, and when his gondola passed along the canals the people rushed to the bridges and along shore to salute him. The women would cry "God bless the patriarch of Venice!" Ills popular diversion was these gondola trips, and be would lanC at some point to pay surprise visits to the ,r!ests under his jurisdiction. At G o'clock ev- lery morning he wont for a walk, quite often to the sandy Islands of I.itlo. which separate the lagoons of Venice from the Adriatic. Frequently be would visit liH home village, Itlese. where he brought sunshine and assistance to many an afflicted family. Beloved by Pope leo. Pope Leo in his last talk with the patriarch of Venice was quoted ns having said, referring to his own approaching end and consequent Impending change in the pontificate: "You may perhaps be that man. We know, 1 Public Lend, Stock Thursday, at Sale! Ready for To - morrow ? Horses digest their feed less thoroughly than other farm animals. In order to insure thorough digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your horses readier for next day's work, add to their evening feed a teaspoonful of k Drop 3. at -- We Will o- n- m 7 .' M I PJ It JSf- -r r -- 1 September 10 o'clock A. M. sharp, oiler public auction our farm "Locust Crest," located two and a half miles Southeast of Danville on the Stanford pike, and a choice lot of stock. The farm contains a fraction over 116 acres. This is a popular size Perhaps 1m Know Giuseppe Sarto, Friend Idolized the Mother of the Poor From His Who When He VTas Made a Country CuEarly Youth, Was Rerate Called It Good vered by the VeneDid Don't tians For His Beauty Fortune and Still of Character. His Mending. X the poor home of a humble cou- - send the boy to school, and she had pie in the simple little town of him recommended to the patriarch of RIese. Italy, there was born on j Venice, Mgr. Monaco, who got nim Her .Tune 2. 1S33. a bov destined to into the seminary at Padua. in ecclesiastics beloved Beppo. was going to be a become and one of the greatest figures in the ! priest, and the old mother's heart was world's history. Ills parents named Hlled with gladness. Although studihim Giuseppe (Joseph). It would have ous, it was said that. Giuseppe still TxckT& 1 STOCK MEDICINE STOCK A'.eBICINE with my horses rczularly and l:nd it a savins proposition on ieci it also makes them healthy, thnvins aad dean. Ira Johnston. R. F. D. No. 1. O'N'enl. Nebr. I am usir; Bee Dee it will lessen your feed bills. It will increase your profits. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At your dealer's. RB 1 I I August 31st School will begin. We are prepared to supply every need. Books can be sold only for Cash. , That we take Paint Stain from kinds of Fabric. all place and lays almost in a square ruin their garments with a little paint and fronts on the Danville and stain. Do not despair. Leave it to seemed idle then to predict an uncom-in mon career for this child reared Stanford pike one of the best us and we will return it perfectly clean peasant environment: It was enough for his parents that they brought him pikes in the state. at a small cost. up to be good. Unaccustomed to a life other than their own plodding one and high state of Thisfarmisina contented with it, they considered themselves blessed that Giuseppe 25 acres now in corn cultivation, Ladies are liable to and now bids fair to yield 15 bar rels to the acre. The remainder is in blue grass, clover and orchard jrass About sixty acres is in blue grass which has been standing years. This would be twenty-fiv- e Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. Phone 230. ; was possessed of the spirit of mischief that had led to his cherry tree" encounters with the wrathful farmer of In fact, his first teacher. Uiese. Father Joseph Innoccnte. described his former pupil as "a great little rogue, but always good, obedient and God fearing." He also caid he was a lad showed none of the harmful vices. of pronounced natural talent, decided That he would become a parish priest ly hhrewd and sasricious Finally came the time. 1S.1S. when was the goal of his mother's ambition. was ordained as a priet. He but that he would become a bishop, a GiiiM-ppe McRoberts Drug Store. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, August 30th. uncqualed for tobacco or hemp. are The improvements on this fa-tNo 1 in every resjied, including an Your eight room frame dwelling which has been newlv remodeled and papered throughout, plastered and pointed, extra good cistern at the kitchen door. smoke house, buggy house, poultry house, cabin and an extra good stock against barn with stone foundation containing j:ght good box stalls, feed room, corn crib and a mule shed in the rear large enough fcr feeding a car load of mules or cattle. There is water in the barn supplied from a large tank on the Also space enough to store ten !t tons of hay or more. Every panel of fence practically ew and built out of best material available. There are five never failing .springs on the place, one pool and two large concrete troughs built last year. This farm is located two and a half miles from Danville, which is one of the best markets for country products in the state. In Danville is located Centre College, Kentucky College for Women, other schools and churches Oilu e at Citizens! National Bank. Lancaster, Ky. of all denominations. Danville is a rapidly growing town, being the location of two railroad divisions and the Any best schoolsin the Blue Grass. desiriug to live in the best neighone borhood in Central Kentucky, convenient to the best schools and churches with country school and store five hundred yards from house should not WT Ml iEa w -M fail to see this place. Bt m i The Silo That im Also at the same time and place Gives following stock will be sold to the D WiBfltilT Satisfaction higcest bidder: 137 head of cattle from weaning Has the famous doors IS that swing on hinges calves to heavy feaders. convenient to oper 100 head of extra good stock ewes. gate keeps silage per- Twenty head of mules from year- H -Si..' . iuNl f ectl y, winter and summer. lings to well broke mules. Ten head of extra good brood mares, Write for our oil er and Silo Book Mailed Free jome with colts bv side. AH bred to Also eet offer on the Lansing Silo and good jacks. the light running: Silberzann Silage Six head of extra good Shetland Cutter. ponies. DINNER FOR ALL. Co. 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Frisbie bbH BBLB mt J4 I " SbbHbbBbbbbbbbbbbH bbBFiIbbbB iH BLLIbV JBBBBBLHt bH BJLK ' ' ''bLbWbbbbbbbI JfKBBBBBBBBBBBLH KkHBBBBBBBBLB )?1bB tope 1'ius X. SOON AFTEIt ELECTION. years old and s:iid was twenty-thre- e cardinal, was beyond this work bent his first mass in the tinj cliapcl at woman's powers of conception. And Kiese to the poor foil; ot that parish. lioi- - enn litiTfinm . nnf. nnltr n hlshnn It was the tiftltctli iiiuilvr:ir nf that . ,. t. "v.. ....... and a cardinal, but pope Giuseppe. mass that was rflebr.ilril at St. the child of poverty aad lianlsliip. who i Peter's. Home, on .Ian 1. Ifis with wore the fisherman's rins as the '.wojout pomp or.slmw f pnir a. was nn .vouiik of the wish of the foiun-- i hundred and sixty-fourt- h SL Peter, ruler of the Koinaii Catholic j priest, then Miprenif imntilT of the himself. faiih to which l roiiMs-mtcchurch. Gulsenne Sarto was one of oljiht chll- - For nine year bf was a counly ourate When Father Sarto tried dren. The family which gave to the at Torabolo church the first pontiff In a century to induce his mother to live with him and a half of such lowly origin had a In the parish rectory, she said: "No. hard struggle In their quiet corner of the diocese of TrevKo, a spo just to Sarto, the northward of Venire. father of the future pope, was a town messenger at a meager pay, and Giuseppe's mother utlll'ed her time when not ueeded by her large family In sewing for those in Itlcsp who had more means than the Sartos. Of Giuseppe's sis ulsters. Antonia married a tailor, I.ucla tho sacri-ta- n of the church of Salzano and Tere.-- a a Itlese Innkeeper. Giuseppe attended school four and a half miles from his home and walked the distance, carrying his lunch, usually a solid cold polenta, a ' kind of porridge made of coarse maize meal. That the future highest dignitary of the Catholic church was no exception to the mischievous small Official Directory Of Garrard County. CHARLES. KKENE. boy of all generations Is apparent Circuit judge .Ion. Cxariea A. Ilardiu. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. from the following interesting auec-dotCommonuealtlis Attoruej Hon. Emmet Pur- An old farmer of the district Star. where the Sartos lived, upon being Circuit Cleik William B. Mason. LINCOLN COUNTY TARN FOR SALE. told that Giuseppe had been elected ' Master Commissioner V. H. Brown pope, exclaimed: "Not little Bep,..il Having decided to close out all of Trustee Jury Hnutl Benj. 1". Uobinso Many are the my business interests in Kentucky, be-- Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue She'bj Not that little rascal: Maon. cherries he has taken ofT my trees now located in Goldsboro, North County Judge C. A. Arnold. with a stick, and he bidding defiance ! Carolina, I will on HOUSE WHERE TOFE County Attorney G. C. Walker. and pelting me with stones. The last County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. time he did It 1 caught his boot, and I FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. 4, Deputy clerk Harry Tomlineon. a merry dance we had about that I Corouer J, A. Jones, field. But be was a good chap. When my dear. I was born In RIese, and sell at public :Shetittc. A. Kobinsnn. at my old woman died and he was al- here I shall die. Co your way. enjoy highest bidder my farm Deputy .SLerln'-'iror- Re auction to the T. Ballard. your good fortune and send me your Mfts Jennie Hig ready a cardinal he helped me with containing 82J acres located two miles Superinteudaut n linen when it needs iiieiidiug." money and with prayers." anntli wst nf Srjlnfnrri npur thaRnmor- - Kit's. Assessor Dale Sanders. "Beppo" (diminutive for Giuseppe) ,Fasted to Feed the Poor. set pike and known as the Anderson Deputy Assessor E. B. Kay. was the name by which1 his relatives farm. Stanford is a live, hustl- Jailer Dare Hobs. From Tombolo Father Sarto went Carr poke of him. Even when be became ing little city and a splendid market Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. pope It is related that one of Us sis- to Salzano as parish priest That was ' Treasurer J. V. Elmore. ters, visiting him at the Vatican, In an in 1SGT. His work had commanded lor an i arm prouucis. MAGISTRATES. Un the place is a gooa tnree room outburst of Joy called bun Beppo, to Buch attention that be was elected the consternation of others present chancellor- of the diocese of Treviso tenant house, new modern barn with J.N. White 1st. Dist. Logan Ison 2nd. Dist. But the pontiff seemed not to notice and then- spiritual director and exfour box stalls, shed room for car load John S. Hdm 3rd, Dist. aminer In the seminary and vicar of the Incident. of cattle and other necessary outbuild- James Coldiron 4th. Dist. the chapter of the Cathedral of Treapple orchard. This farm ings. Small - Was Brimful of Fan. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION viso. In 18S4 Pope Leo XIII. appointed is in a high state of cultivation. Forty Thoinps Arnold. Jr. 1st. Dist. When Giuseppe's father died In 1852 him bishop of Mantua, where be re' acres now in corn and the remainder RD Mellnrtrj. 2nd. Dist. the mother no longer could afford to mained until 1893. when he was made inTgrass. All fencing was put up new O. J. liendren. 3rd. Dist. Thomas P. King, 4tlwDlst. last year. Best watered farm in KenCITY OF LANCASTER. tucky. Also at same time and place Mayor L. G. Davidson. will sell one pair of horse mules com- City Judge J. P. Prather. ing seven years old, 15J hands high City Attorney J. E. Robinson. and sound, fifty head of well bred City CIrk F. G. Hurt. head of nice City Assessor John il. Mount. stock ewes; twenty-fivCity W. Champ. stock hogs, some good milk cows and ) ChiefTreasurer L. E. F. Police Herron. imcalves, farm wagon and fanning , COUNCILMEN plements, harness, etc J. H. Dalton. Parker Gregory.. CHARLES LUTES, Stanford, Ky. 8am Cotton. Yf.lt. Zanone. W. O. Goodloe Dr. J. A. Amon. CAPT. T. D. ENGLISH, Auctioneer. mmmusmmmmmi I if fill I anils I Sill I IB '. .' sun-esso- r her." Commenting on the fact that the patriarch of Venice, upon discovering that his name was mounting to the top in the conclave that chose him pope, had broken down with alarm at the sense of his "unworthiness" and that It required overwhelming persuasion to overcome his obiections. one biographer said: "I have little doubt that Cardinal Sarto genuinely felt himself unequal to the great responsibility One of his difficulties was a small and yet an Important one. Never out of his parish until he was more than forty, never trained in Rome, never a representative of the holy see as nuncio in the courts of Europe, he had not learned any of the arts or the language of courts ne spoke only his native Venetian tongue " Devoted to Spinster Sisters. The devotion of the spinster sisters. Maria. Hosa and Anna, who moved to Borne to be near their "Beppo" when he entered the Vatican, was touching. They "had ministered to his everv want when he was bishop of Mautna and patriarch of Venice, and when he became pope he sent for them, intending they should have a Rut the villa in the Vatican prik sisters for some reason chose to occupy a flat in an apartment lioue within ten minutes' walk of St. Peter's palace. iBI INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the j United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs-- 43 Days" Treatment. $1.00 ' 25c Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Price 1 Oc. 3 bars .OX OH SALE AT DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR OF C. C. & J. E. Stormes and R. E. McRocerts. PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS You re hot B When You're tired You're thirsty Work is hard LUTES BROS. b Southern Silo The hours long SKllfflgW. iLI9 UB!1rHiAv,!rr?, Then Step to the nearest fountain and say e. I &s&&f&?& IMUS X. WAS The elevation of BORN. .,,,.,,, their brother to the pontificate entitled these devoted kinswomen to be called countesses. "No. they are the pope's sisters; that Ls tnough." declared Plus X. And so the three women remained in comparative 5bscurlty, but close to him they loved 10 dearly. Pope Pius, according to Vatican never could dine with them, but the sisters always placed a chair for their absent brother and had said that they knew he was with them In jplrlt. The pope's mother did not live to see him In that high office, but he bad received the red hat when ahe passed away. de-:re- e, The first sip will put you back on the right track and by tKe time you have eagerly drained the last drop you'll be looking at the world from a You'll be cooled, refreshed, stimut. new lated. You'll go back to your work with new vim and new vigor. view-poin- Try It Here. There. Everywhere; At founts . u Cfe or Bottled . SUBSCRIBE FOR e' The Central Record, and Children. Tor OieKifldYoH Han Always Boigtit Bears the Ciguatera of CASTOR I A Parfay served by that good dealer Infants R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster, Ky. $1.00 Per Year. Lancaster Bottling .?-- Co., Bottlers. -- &-. fcO,, .attJft . . , tfirtJKMl&Z&baajZ yy., .,,, ' The Central Record, Thursday Aug, 27 1914. FAMILY This Information Hay SMS Page 7 '1U..H CARES Be WOMEN DESERVE A MENZIESIA MENACE. Of 'Value To Shrub That Is a Poison to Live Stock. A new menace to live stock in th M rtwBfi 1 i 'SL,'' I (Vor lafm jcnoines SL." ..-:.- otwm ' &L," Wffwct cti ... ...... Kt" Many A Mother In Lancaster. ) K FURTHER ADVANC t i "J 7 - I i Kerosene can usually be bought for about half the price of gasoline and ifj. il Fairbanks - Morse P. will develop as gallon of gasoline. v kerosene engine Bear in mind that in a Fairbanks-Mors- e you have one you can absolutely rely upon. They are fully developed and will do all we claim, for them. Equipped with throttling governor and built-i- n magneto. Start easily even - in cold weather. ". While designed especially for kerosene these engines will use either kerosene or gasoline economically. Very simple in construction. All parts accessible. Quiet, smooth running engines that develop full power at low speed. Oil Engines much power on a gallon of kerosene as on a many cires inseparable from the rearing of children that affliction of weakness of the kidneys and auxiliary organs, the mothers lot is far from a happy one. This condition has often been corrected by the use of Doan's Kidney Pilis. When relief comes the mother's burden will be lighter and her home happier. Mrs. H. G. Crutchfielil, Stanford St.. Lancaster Ky., says;- - "My boy was greatly troubled by his back and kid neys, lie did not have proper control over the kidney secretions, which caused no end of annoyance. The child also looked badly and I was considerably worried about his health. I heard of Djan's Kidney Pills and began giving them to him. He is now a great deal When there is added to the Review of Oid Boiile For Prop) erly Rights. oAmb 3y I j I t Ugucui liiflS VI RA IIB8E0, WHITE- - i higher altitudes of some of the range states is a straggling, branching shrub from three to seven feet hi height known as meiizie--i:i- . It is found at altitudes or from 3.500 to (i.000 feet in northern California. Wyoming. Oregon. Idaho and Washington. Another spe cies that is not known to be poisonous is found In tfcu southern AHeghenk-s- . Tn fT l ..... .1 ""ll K'ows on tue moNt ortl1" open woods "p t:-1 E&33ZZB3&SHEBSgS2SS4 Children ry fop Fletcher's W N'kvSs.VscvNvVs-vv.-vx MTnTliirirrr - va rri f '' T'l.rt better." Price 30c, at all dealers. Don't ask for a kidney remedy get same ttiat .Mrs Doan's Kidney Pills--thCrutchfield reccommends. Foster-Mi- iburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. sim ply e AKS!H'Ja. Mr J. T. Daly has been on the sick list. Mr". Win. Doplin was the Kuest of his brother Dr. Doolin ' of Somerset recently. Ladies Suits and Dresses cheap at , Bros. Haselden Ky. Lancaster, &"?;. A S-'S? Write for Catalog 21A80 ' f ! Moores. Dr. Doolin of Somerset has just concluded a visit to Messrs Rankin and W. Doolin. Mr. Mason I'jllaid wife andsonJa.-k- , and Mrs. Laura Bourne went to Nicholas . .0X&0)SHG'c KGjS3a.S. 't5&(0Y'B 1 " "! j i o l s V5 Lexington why not stop at a Garage where prompt and satisfactory services are rendered. When in We have the largest and best equipped Tire Repair Shop in the State and our Machine Shop, which is modern in every respect is handled by the best machinists obtainable. All our work is guaranteed and our ? i l : .: :; ville Sunday to visit relatives-Mrs. Jno. Hood and children of Lexington returned home Sunday after S days stay with relatives an friends here. Mi.--s Lizzie Kays, of Lexington, has been the guest of Mr. .and Mrs. Jack and family of Marksbury, for the past week. Pastor Mahan will hold a series of meeting with his church at this place beginning 7te of Sept. He will be by Rev. Englis.'i of Berea. Rev. English comes highly reccommended, and good meeting is expected. Mr. Robt Speaks has just returned from Kansas where he spent the "threshing season". He reports a splendid crop for Kansas an average of 25 bushel to the acre. He is delighted with the country and thinks he will return next fall. He threshed 25,000 bushel ot wheat for 5 men. The meeting conducted by Rev. Bell at Pleasant Grove church hasbsenverj well attended. Mr. Bell preached to a crowded house last Sunday night on the subject of the '"New Birth". The attention was good not with of the hot evening. The xnUMc a principal ftature of the meeting especially the solos and duets by Mr. Ogtien who leads the music and Mr. Miller of Lancaster are employed by the audience. T o additions 1 -e. KOW TO CURE A prices are reasonable. i SPRAll one A sprain may be cured in about thi'd the time required by the usual treatment by applying Chamberlain's Liniment and observing the directions bottle. For sale by all dealers. Willi eaca .&! u fe, M 135-1- 38 Motor I v& 1 & , 1 '; $ ' i W; South Limestone. 5'AINT 5,!;K. Mr James Lackey of Richmond was a visitor here Saturday evening. Miss Jessie Parks entertained a informally Saturday evening. Mrs. T. II. Slavin is at home after a six weeks outing in Battle Creek. Mich Mrs. Huston Jones is in London this week the guest of friends for the fair. Mrs. Millard Highland and children of Paris, are the guests of her mother, Mrs. Ely. Mr E. L. Woods and Mesdames C. S. Ellis and James Lay ton are on the sick list this week. Migs Rebecsa Williams of Knoxville, Tenn.f is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Will Handerson. Miss Jeanette Estridge returned Monday from a visit to Miss Dora Rouse, of Paynes Depot. Mr. and Mrs. Coyett Mahan and Mr. Chas. Mahan were guests of Miss Stella McWhorter on Monday. Miss Doreus. Francis, of Richmond, has been the guest of Mrs. T. K. Slavin and Mrs. Estil Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Salem Wallace motored over from Lexington Sunday and weie the guests of relatives for the day. There will be preaching at Old Paint Lick church, Sunday afternoon at four o'clock by the pastor, Mr W. M. s Lexington i:tg'tag: & xiB.!e; ;i.i);vvjjjs) Kentucky. -- .' fi ;.- - .. .? ' .1 :. wsbs " &;& ; -- mu j&. & & ' Jw- ' : "" -- '3- js aj jJiinas' I ft it answers every beverage re quirement vim, vigor, refreshment, g3i ft wholesomeness. It will satisfy you. k B &fi&$$SSSS& k Demand thp gnicinc by ali name TCiCknames encourage substitution. 1mm!j? i w "THE njenerer you see an la COCA-COL- COMPANY AJLANTA, GA. t mfm feSH Arrow think of Coca-Co- Mr. C. S. Ellis is conducting a series of services at Eubanks. Ky. Up to the present there has been 19 additions to the church. Dx. Franklin M. Walker, of Louisville, joined his wifa and son, who are the guests of Mr. and J. Wade Walker for a short visit. Mrs. A. B. Estridge, Miss Ethel Estridge, Messrs Roy Estiidge, Conn Asher and Will Jones motored to Friday. The Base Ball game played on the local diamond, Saturday afternoon between Whites Station and Paint' Lick, resulted in a score of 10 )o 5, in favor of Weites Station. Misses Elizabeth Perkins and Le Ray Edmiston and Master Evan Edmiston, of Crab Orchard, are the guests of their cousins, .Misses Lucile and Stella Burnham and Master A. B. Estridge. ' Har-rodsbu- rg Handy Stable Scraper. And now today, when we arc askA very handy stable scraper may ing for the political euualitv which all be made out of an old broken stablo men in this country have, the very fork. Secure a board about five same age old enemies are marshaled wide and about eight inches inches louger in force against us. than the fork is wide. In one edge of the board bore as many holes as A Debate In 1868. Here are some extracts from a debate in the Kngll-- h house of commons in 1SCS They might well be used today as arguments: "This is a measure which is calculated to destroy that good feeling which it is so desirable should exist between husband and wife." "It will add another element to deter young men from entering into matrimony by introducing new seeds of discord." "A proposal such as that now made would result if pas-e- d into law in 11 11 i I i turning England into a beer garden and every woman into a shrew.' An honorable member, Mr. Lopes, moved the rejection of this measure, sajing. "There are not 5 per cent of the married women of Hugland in favor of the lili!." HANDY SCr.AITJL Another honorable gentleman, dethere are tines to the fork, running thi- - bill. te!t tlwt instead of fending the respect of men for wom- them in about three inches. One edge en "with an II- Tease "f independence of the board is heeled. After the liiif secure there will coarse manure is thrown out this such scraper will be found handy in gathbo an increase of respect for women of real respect which is a thousand ering up the finest particles. times more valuable than the conventional politeness which it is always so O- easy to LIVE STOCK AND DAIRY. Her Own Not Hers. Arthur Hobhousc, in writing some There is nothing better than well what later on the same subject, said, rowen or second growth "So wonder if by all who are timid, by cured all who are superstitious, by the ma- clover h.iy. writes J. V. Schurcmau. jority of those who obey sentiment United States department of agricurather than reason and by many who lture.' This should be cut up line and possess a large share of reason and Ltcamed Clover is not only highly judgment, any alteration of such a law nitrogenous, but rich in lime, a sub is icgarded, according to the character Itance required by the hens for proof the mind, with fear, with horror. viding shells for the eggs. with disgust or with calm disapproval." Milk producers who know it best cou- But the measure under discussion iede that alfalfa is an invaluable feed was not a woman suffrage bill, as one Jn the dairy, closely akin to wheat bran might well suppose. It was :i bill to in results and usually much less allow married women to own their In the average small town own property. or city there is about one cow for every That mysterious and sacred thing, ten or fifteen people. Therefore in a the common law, decreed that the per- town of 1.000 population there will sonal property of a married woman, probably be 75 to 100 cows. If alfalfa whether possessed before or acquired will increase the quantity of their milk after her marriage, was 'not hers at and butter fat. giving a product at a all, but was the absolute possession lower cost than the concentrated foods, it should he more used. But as yet it of her husband. Is not generally used, because it Is not Old Law "Not Harsh." understood and appreciated. Whatever our view on 'the subject is In order to produce desirable flavor it today. Lord Penzance found in 1SCS very essential that the milk and only, in short, is the com- is that "not cream be handled under sanitary mon law not unduly harsh in the case of the married woman, but it- - is entirely in accordance with the feelings of the people of this country and proceeds on the intelligible principle that HER FRIENDS the wife is the weaker vessel and that NOW the husband should lie at the head of the establishment " HARDLY KNOW KER We had, however, a liberal defender, s who explained that "the common founded on the physical incapacity of the wife to perform the feudal duties in times when property was In- But This Dees Not Softer Mrs. separably connected with military tne Burton, Under services," those times presumably Circumstances. having passed r.ivay. In America the same opposition was Houston, Texas. In an interesting encountered, and even greater disasters were predicted. In Ohio in 1S50 letter from this city, .Mrs. S C. Burton it was urged against a .similar bill that follows : "I think it is my duty "to adopt it would throw a whole pop- writes as ulation, morally and politically, into to tell you what your medicine, Cardui, confusion." and that "this doctrine the woman's tonic, has done. for me. of separate estate will stiCe all the I was down sick with womanly trouble, liner feelings and blast the brightest, and my mother advised several different fairest, happiest, hopes of the human treatments, but they didn't seem to do family." now argued that women will me any good. I lingered along for three It is bo no better off with the ballot and or four months, and for three weeks, J that the majority of women do not was in bed, so sick I couldn't bear for want to vote. But neither did they any one to walk across the floor. My husband advised me to try Cardui, want to own their property. The objections to woman suffrage the woman's tonic. I have taken two have been well summed up in this bottles of Cardui, am feeling fine, gained nineteenth century debate: "Sir, have 15 pounds and do all of my housework. we not got along for 1.S00 years, and Friends hardly know me, I am so well." shall we change now?" If you suffer from any of the ailments so common to women, don't allow the trouble to become chronic. Begin taking y. Cardui It is purely vegetable, its ingredients acting in a gentle, natural way on the weakened womanly constituOnlcklr relleres Rhom.t!f m. San Mns rtitlpfeAliA IfsarfAtiA am aIaa KAnpflirtfo tion. You run no risk in trying Cardui. ftlivalns. Yonr montr b&cklf It f&Ufl to re- jibto idt mens in ut n&ri 01 me war "1 It has been helping weak women back to uiKru uuauics lime. Jfrtee eve. At AM JlruggliU. health and strength for more than 50 Free nnpl. ud draltf Kiit ea iwioct. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. years'. It will help you. At all dealers. Lexington. Ky. 342 Et Main St, e '. vance. ginning of our civilization. Why then aren't We content? Unfortunately some of us aie. But some of us have been content ever since the days who., we were denied souls. If it had not been for the discontented ones we should still be soulless as well as voteless. When we "wanted to gain the privilege of souls wo' were met with certain objections; when we revolted against the power of i life and death which f the Koman father or husband held over us we were met with similar opposition; when wo ventured to think Ave should own ami control our own property, here they came VIUA IEOAItMAX WHITEnOUfrE. again, our old oppo nents, the objections to women's ad- w BOARMAN HOUSE. L all agree that women are better off today than they have ever been since the be The symptoms of poisoning exhibited by stock are frothing at the mouth, staggering gait, usually more or less paralj Ms and sometimes tlilllcult breathing ana nausea. A considerable quantity of the plant is thought to be nece-sar- y to produce dangerous results. Meniesia is nut an appetizing shmb. and sheep will not eat it unless there is a lack of good formic. When driven along trails bordered by the plant they arc likely to eat it in considerable amounts. When bedding grounds are inMiucmiy used tile Hock may on account of the .scarcity of good" grazing eat the leases of the poisonous shrub. Although some investigative work has been done by the United States department of agriculture, not much is known about the treatment of poisoned stock. A pamphlet containing a description of the plant has been published. The only remedy at present is prevention. Herdsmen should learn to recognize the plant. The leaves are thin, from one to two inches long and from half an inch to an inch wide. Ihe bell shaped Mowers vary Trom pink to greenish white and are quarter f)f fill ...w. ifVll-itfVx.. ,. - .. 111 lfl .N.a.v.jj. 'fmi-lix- f ntltllln ItUUI tl1!- min:il ltllfTtl mill iWMi the leaves. Country Gentleman. for over JO years, has borne t!.c si,::.. ...V u R1 ".is lera made limit r !..s j.er-SY .,- 'L"-5'- Allow j:o onn todereiie i; , this. ,77 All ..tiutorfc rs. iM'itntior. ami .Tii.t-.i-0' .ir rime: t!.;:t .Av. h aal endam-e- r ! I. Mi of and CLildrcu- -li ;crici:ce ajrainafc l.izuui.nt, i v . ul m "r:..i -.. ,., iic sssSf-t ...... , , .... J lm-..- i . Casior" s,::. - What is CASTOR I A is :: stititte : '- - : i:-o- s 1 .:itsilw;, " : :.w.v.! .;p -- in..::..r Oputia, . 1 s ngr. is its . - luiTinli"? st:: r..:d Soothin;; ee-- ::nc.vi. ,r. e.iis,:;.:iG ux: J" y.:u Colic-- , for C:isor Oil, Sjrups. It i., plea-anIt Iorpliinu nor other X.reotic A', ornuj .:arante!. It destroys For more tir;n j, -s it for the relief of Constipation. ail Teething Trouble and , the Stoinaih and Par--j-'orl't.' ii-'rt- .i- Uu-nils- SENUENG CASTORtA ALWAYS jrj rBears the Signature of &&& In Use For Over 3D Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE C C NTAUR COMFANVv NEW YORH. CTV. srtu if WARWSMCTAM w ,V ' J&AjljO . "A Pennsylvania Avenue, at 18th KATES: h S: El. Si. u A tjt-JW-.-si- f - &g&ssmsi K . ; ji-- 7:- - OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSEo Elegant Appointments, Palm. Courr, Indian Grill Room-- . Tea Rcon! it .o Colonial Fitrmshings, Library. Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestr Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with sn-zl- !, " t - l rr.ap. &3 - CLIFFORD ilrssassft.yfev, I M. LEWIS Ijl ''I BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS Effective from August 1. 1014 to August 1. 1JI5 and guaranteed against any reduction during that time TOURING CAR RUNABOUT TOWN CAR K i i - - iM. S4-J0- . - - SG90. law-wa- (). l! Detroit, all mr fully rmppul. In thi- - I nilcil tatt s of Ameri' .1 ouly.) I ,ve can reach an output of SU0.0GO cars between the above dates. And should we reach this production, we agree to pay as the buyer's share from 19151 to (on $0 to 5t prr car who or about August 1. Ford ear purchases a new every retail buyer between August 1. 1014 and August 1. 1015. For further particulars regarding these low prices g plan see Madison Garage. and Furtncr. we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency in our factory production, and the minimum cost in our purchasing and sales departments if -- profit-sharin- E THE NYnOINAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capla! $50,000. A. R ,)ENiJY, President Surplus $30,000. Vice J. E. STORMES. R. T Prea't. S. C., DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- to-da- Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, r. Safety Deposit WE- Boxes For Rent. Y SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Write .to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies Dept.. Chatunoosa. Tenn.. for Special book, ' Home Itistnictimis on your esse and Tltafcsent for Women," sent in plain wrapper. E69-- B Advisory Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Pcsey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Jl .nv., ,rj- - Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday Aug 27 1914. 'MMaoOOOOJOCISMOOJUCl It Is Up to Parents to See That Boys and AlTiHCE IN Girls Attend Church TO CHUKCHI The trouble with some of our churches nowadays 13 that they haven't the support of the young people. Churches are filled with grandfathers and grandmothers, but they lack the attendance of the young people. GO are you going to get a Fir3t CIa33 WHERE Hair Cut and Shave Blocking Hair a Specialty. We are here to stay. The old reliable barber on Richmond street. K NONE WILL DENY THAT IT IS DESIRABLE THAT OLD PERBUT THE CHURCH IS NOT SOLELY SONS ATTEND CHURCH. FOR PEOPLE ADVANCED IN YEARS. THE CHURCH WANTS THE YOUNG PEOPLE. PARTICULARLY THE YOUNG MEN. IS THERE ANYTHING MORE MANLY OR INSPIRING THAN THE SIGHT OF A YOUTH WHO NEVER FAILS IN HIS ATTENDANCE AT CHURCH? THE GIRL WHO PICKS OUT THIS YOUNG MAN HE WILL NOT FOR A HUSBAND IS NOT MAKING A MISTAKE. DEPART FAR FROM THE PATH OF RIGHTEOUSNESS. AND THE SAME APPLIES TO THE YOUTH WHO IS SEEKING A LIFE PARTNER. THE GIRL HE MEETS IN CHURCH, THE GIRL WHO SINGS IN THE CHOIR, IS THE GIRL WHO DESERVES AND GENERALLY GETS THE BEST HUSBAND. CRUDE RUBBER. BBER TIRES ARE SURE TO ADVANCE. Henry Duncan, A. M. BOURNE are still selling for the next 20 Days, the Best Kelly Cash. Second grades for $ 0.00. Tires for $ We are also making large reductions on all our buggies. Don't buy until you see our stock and get our low prices. We 1 2-00 Auctioneer, Good Service. 1 Prices 354-A. Righ.:. - Phone Lancaster, - - Kentucky, n Parents, it is up to you to see that your boys and girls QO TO CHURCH. You are responsible for them and their conduct. If your boy or girl sulks at GOING TO CHURCH be firm. It is no time for indulgence. Have your child JOIN ONE OF THE CHURCH SOCIETIES. The mind of the young .boy or girl is easily influenced for good or evil. The "words of the preacher will GOING TO CHURCH i by the young makes make an impression. for better men and women. The lessons they learn will stand by them in the battle of life. Every boy and girl should GO TO CHURCH next Sunday I They should GO EVERY SUNDAY! Young people can do wonders in this splendid GO TO CHURCH movement! Or. Wm. D. Pryor, R. M. Arnold. Danville, Ky. e Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Rainey -- s Livery Stable. -- Lancaster, - - Kentucky 50 Head 50 Head E. W. Morrow, Graduate OpticiAs Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed Robinson BIO- Tinders LATEST DOPE ON THE WAR. Registered Hereford Bull SEASON 1914. and THE NEW Opposite Post Office. Barber Shop Bath In Connection. Service $2.00 Cash. Two miles from Lancaster The time limit allowed by Japan for Germany to evacuate her possessions in China elapsed last Sunday. The German Embassador at Tokyo was immediately given his passports and war was declared. Japan promises to confine her operations to the Far East. The French are said to have been victorious in Alsace. Should the allies be victorious in the war, France would surely claim as her share of the spoils, her former provinces, Alsace and Lor raine, winch were taken from her as a war indemnity at the end of the Franco' German War. Paris reports that the forts at Liege are still holding out and that in case the German aimy is defeated its retreat will be cut off at the Meuse. Brussells has fallen and the Belgian capitol has been moved to Antwerp. The German army of the Meuse has $ united with the army of Maselle and now are advancing across Belgium with a battle front 260 miles long. In 1870 the war cry of the Germans was 'On to Paris". Should the battle now in progress be decisively in favor Consisting of 25 Spring Gilts, 15 Spring Boars, 10 Bred Sows and Gilts. They are sired by of the Germans they may again reach "Gai Paris". Defenders Model, Superba's Pride, Sir Radiant, Col. Kentucky Chief, Col. Carrard and Red Chief The whereabouts of the English ex peditionary forces are still kept secret Best Breeding to be found. Big, Growthy, Prolific, Smooth, Healthy,Vigorous, Deep-bodie- d by the British war department. Good Backs and Hams, Good in Quality, Pedigree and Individuality, None Better. So don't miss The allied navies of Russia, England, Japan and France have begun a blockade this Opportunity to GET THE BEST. of Tsing Tau, the fortified seaport of Kiao Chow. Public opinion in Japan was strongly in favor of a war with Germany. Dispatches seem to indicate that the Buy one at this Sale and WATCH YOUR. PROFITS GROW. If Not, Why Not? allied armies are meeting defeat along the battle front frcm Mons to the Jersey Cows and Calves, Three Brood Mares and Colts. Will also sell Eight Head of High-Grad- e Meuse and that the allies are falling back toward the French border. Saleito be held ac Ross' Stock Yards, on Stanford Street, promptly at one o'clock, Rain or Shine. Emperor Franz Josef of Austria-Hu- n gary is repo:ted to be aying. Anxiety For further information see or write, over the war has caused a general de cline in the health of this unhappiest of all the unhappy Hapsburgs. The allied powers admit defeat and heavy losses along the battle front, in Belgium. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. AUCTIONEERS: I. M. DUNN and AM BOURNE. An effort will be made by the college of Catdinals, when it meets to elect a successor to the late Pope Pius X. to bring about peace negotiations in Eu -- l rope with Pres Wilson as mediator. . pigs he will sell some one at a bargain. of 650 pound cattle to Center Bros at Mr. Bourne bought from Mr. J. P. A general mobilization of all Italian See him quick if you want a bargain. $6 a hundred. John Teatnr, of Buckeye Bland a bunch of 150 lbs hogs for 9ctsl sea and land forces has been ordered sold seven head of 70C pound cattle to and also from Mr. O. Lamb a bunch by the King. FARMER'S COLUMN Ptrayed from my place about three same parties for $6.10. The declaration of war by Japan averaging 9cts. weeks ago, a dark red male shoat against Germany has caused a deeper 9frO0C0OOO000000000 Mr. J. G. Burnside, near Point Leavweighing about 75 lbs. W. G. Gooch, formerly of Garrard, interest at the State department at dpace below this Jieading Is lor trie exclu-rv- e Jas. N. Denny. R. F. D. 1. ell, would like to graze about 20 cattle but now of Lincoln, showed somp use ol our farmer subscribers, aud Is for PYir Washington. Efforts are being made on a fine piece of grass for 30 days. He hostil the sale of stock, grain and 8ucli things on Mr. W. M. Smith, of Point Leavell. also has 3 Ky Red Berkshire boars, iniceKy Red Berkshire hogs at the to localize the Japanese-Germa- n farm as the farmer cannot aHord to adver- has 23 head of steers that will weigh weight 100 pounds each that are for Star ford fair, winning second money ities to the Far East. tise. No notice will be accepted over four in the boar class, any age. Losses on both sides of the battle He later lines, and will be only In '.wo issues of the from 700 to 1000 pound, he wishes to sale. sold this hog to Walter Walker, for$35. Lwhich is still raging from Mons to the sell at 7 cents. kcord, free of charge For Rent; For year 1915. with Mr. Gooch also purchased of A. K. Luxemburg frontier are said to be exA nice southdown buck strayed from seeding privilege this fall, 150 acre Walker the first prize boar under 8 tremely heavy. "England has suffered Bastin's Jersey Sale Sept, 10th. V. A. Lear's last week and was last farm with good five room house. 30 months at a fancy price. Mr. Walker no such reverses since the war in the seen around town. Any information acres wheat, 20 acres corn. 3 acres to- also sold to J. R. Smith, of Fayetteville Crimea. 200 bushels seed barley for sale The Kaiser has sent a telegram to Tenn. 12 gilts of this popular breed at Walton Moss. I will be appreciated by its owner. bacco, rest in meadow and grass. J. M. Cress. Fred J. Conn, Lancaster, Ky a fancy figure. The Champion boar the men at the fortress at Tsing Tau James I. Hamilton has 60 good ewes, Phone 380 G. Preachersville. Ky. Garrard Prince, was sold to W. M. asking them to defend their position to he will sell on one years time. the last extremity and at all costs. Turley. FOR SALE. Mr. A. T. Traylor, of Lincoln, ha3 The Russian Army, reported to be T. C. Rankin bought a pair of mules 24 head of good sheep and an extra I A farm of 113 acres, five miles from under the direct leadership of the Czar lounty Court Days. L. King, for $250. ot E. good Shropshire buck for sale. Write Lancaster near Buckeye pike on good has crossed the German frontier in East him at once for they are in demand. Richmond, 1st. Monday. dirt road, stone house with with eight Mr.JHenry Cox sold two calves MonPrussia Germany's line of forts at' this Paris, 1st. Monday. rooms, new tenant house on place with day to G. A. Swinebroad for $50. point are well nigh impregnable. 3 Southdown Bucks for sale, $30. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. three rooms, 2 good tobacco barns. Namur, the strongest of the Belgian Also 600 bushels of fine seedrye at $1. Good land for hemp, tobacco and all I Harrodsburg, l&t Monday. 1,000 bushel of seed Barley for sale. Forts, and the one upon which the Alwith sacks if taken at once. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. grain. If interested call on, Dave Call office phone 160 or residence 153. lies placed their hopes for further deE. C. McWhorter. Paint Lick Ky. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Anderson, R. F. D No. 3 Lancaster, A. F-- Sanders. laying the Germanic advance, has fallen Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Turkey it is repyrted will join Ger FoRSALE;-O- ne yearling horse colt, Ky. ' Tinder and Robinsons Duroc Sale Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. many. In that event Greece and Italy also a good family mare gentle for " Capt. Am Bourne the well known Sept. 19th. Danville, 3rd. Monday. will join the Allied armies. children to drive. Auctioneer reports the following to a Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Jno O. Doty, Jr. Mr. G A-- Morgan, of Spainey, has The French have abandoned their Record reporter for his days work Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Marksbury, Ky. S00 bushels of nice seed 'rye for sale. positions in Alsace and are concentratJlonday. Cow and calf for Mr. S. G. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Write him. ing all their forces before Paris. , For Sale! A few more extra nice Haselden for $53.50. Mr. Moss who Somerset, 3rd. Monday. he Germans boast' that they will be Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. Write des- white Leghorn hens at a reasonable had his ponies on the market for sale small farm. Wanted a toc-- them down at an average of $75.50. in Paris in two weeks. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Mrs. Jno. p. Doty,. price. O. Wearen, Route 3, cription. All horses ranged fron $30 to $63 each. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Marksbury, Ky. British casualties are reported as two Lancaster,' Ky. v. . n Hog feeders averaged 8cts. Lot of sv Monticello. 4th. Monday thousand in the first encounter with William Humphrey sold eight head buggies which sold from $15 to $32. Bud Pollard has,some,nice sows and Versailles. 4th. Monday' the Germans. on the Richmond pike. R. E. HENRY. J. E. Seale,Prop Fine John PIjATWOOD You misquoted me in my last letter and said that Mis3 Myrtle Cormney bought a cow for $20. I said $40. Mrs. May Wooten sold a sow and shoats to J. P. Ballard for $22 and also sold a sow and pigs to Wm. Parsons for $14. You also said that Dock Lee was due DUROC JERSEY SALE Cut Flowers For Every Occasion M. McRoberts. At Lancaster, Ky. Saturday Bept. 19, 1914. The Tops Of Two Herds. Do You Own A to visit at Mrs. Cormneys. I said W. B. Lee. I will also add that Mr. Lee is a man of his word and full-fill- s all Physician and Surgeon his promises. LANCASTER, KY. The protracted meeting at Good Hope closed last Sunday with about 25 ad- Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 223 ditions to the church. 18 were baptised in Mrs. E. H. Wal ker's pond on Office Hoars Office Sunday morning by the Pastor Rev. A. .m lots. 1 p.m to 1 Lexington a:mdC C Baird. W. M. ELLIOTT, B- - F. "WAJCTER Lancaster, Ky. DENTIST. Phone 65. Jr. H. J. 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Residence Phone 3 To Rowland & Stanford connecting Office Phone 27. at Rowland, L & N to all points South LANCASTER KY. No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. Leading Manufacturing To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. & No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon 133-13- 5 Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling West Main St. Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Lexington, - Kentucky. Bardstown & Springfield. New York, Brussels, Belguim. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. Ashland, Victor Bogaert Go, Jewelers Importers -:- TREES Strawberry Phlox, Etc. Are You a Woman? Plants i? Carta Hr Woman's Tonic Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb. Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Mv Garden. frock Patalnrfno, ATa A rf Writ far j&F.Hillenmeyer & Sons; MSlUr;i JUNTOS .- F4 Lexington. 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