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ALWAYS SOMETHING NOTICE TO FISHERMEN. "Pharity's" NUMBER 22. GREAT REVIVAL SiDHMii! IgMnairiaMi BJiMgiBMifWfas.rg SEE US FOR YOUR GASOLINE NGINE Silo Cutters. PiifTiniiior llffitQ Galvonized Watering Piping Troughs, Tanks, Etc. CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS Please hand us that $ LEGAL HOLIDAY. Big sale every day next week at j Monday. Sept. 7, is Labor Day, and Moore's. It will give all hard I is a legal holiday. See prices on ladies and hildren3 working people a day to rest from their shoes, at Moore's. labors, and the school children one more day in which to play. AH material used in the printing of fice is soaring out of sight. Watermelons are fine an7 the nas gotten wiimn our reacn. price ADVANCE any I IN BEEF PRICES. by the head averaged about twenty Fourth episode of "Million Dollar cents a pound. Nine cents is beiner Mystery" at Opera House Friday nightl quoted in the city markets and careful live stock brokers say that twelve Doves are said to be scarce by the dollars per hundred will be paid before local hunters and we have heard of no another year. Now is the time for the big killings Federal Government to pass that much What has become of the old fashion- agitated bill prohibiting the killing of ed man who always said "school veals or of any cattle under two years old. This seems to be the only way to butter" to the small boy? keep the cow from jumping over the The Christian Endeavors of the New moon again. Antioch Church will have a pie supper and other things for sale Sept. 11th at the home of Mr. Flute Turner on BAILEY. Friday night, on Buckeye pike. many friends of Bledsoe Bailev The We hope the war will not ofTect the will be grieved to learn of his sudden price of rabbits, and then we hope the death at the home of his father, Judge Mr. rabbits will keep strong and healthy as Bailey, at Stanford last Friday. it is the only meat the poor man can Bailey was well known in this countv having formerly attended school here. hope to eat this winter. Graduating from the University of ValEverybody is talking about the "Mil- paraiso Ind., he returned to his native lion Dollar Mystery" that wonderful county Lincoln, where he has been en serial picture, that can be seen every gaged in stock farming. He was a Friday night at the Opera House, one splendid horseman and un until a few that is given only in the larger cities. years ago was a familiar figure at the Fairs. Panama Tolls, $25,000. Funeral Services were conducted at The Panama Canal was opened for the home on Saturday by Rev. Joseph traffic on the 15th of August. $25,000 Ballou and the interment was in the was taken in tolls from merchants Cemetery at Hustonville. ships on the first day. Plague Victims in New Orleans. thing please call in and pay us. If you owe the Record office A criterion of the price of beef can be shown by the way calves sold here ast Court Day. One bunch, boueht OUR POSITION No nation's SOUND. i fc I finances were ever as Nineteen persons have contracted the bubonic plague in New Orleans strong aa ours are today, and those who since June 27th. The seventh victim administer them will work in concert to see that every man, woman and child to die was Mary Hooper; a negress. in the Union is faithfully served says Japan Will net kTthe the Uaked States. The New York American. Not only are we stroncr finanpisllir In a communication to the American but, industrially, agriculturally, social Ambassador the Japanese authorities ly ana politically sound. War in Europe give assurance that the United States cannot bankrupt America. Rather in will not be involved by the attitude of time will it give new markets to nnr Japan toward Germany and German in- goods, and be an incentive for the mar-fluence in China. mg oi ioreign goods at home. It will raise the financially status nf ttu Basiness Settling Down to War Basis. country to Unmeasured heights among The financial statements from New tne nations ox ue world, impart an imYork report that business is adjusting petus to our aborning merchant marine itself to the new situation created by and quicken the whole energy and the European war. Owing to the fact of the people. that Great Britain has been able to open transatlantic traffic, shipments Loeltvat your Label and will Boon begin of oar surplus wheat dollar. and cotton. -- con-sciea- ce that $r The many fishermen who yearly go to will be glad to learn that TO OPEN AT CHRISTIAN With our storehouses full and the Miss Clara Hale has been reappointed world clamoring for our products we Postmistress at Bird Ky. CHURCH SEPT. 20TH. find we have no ships to deliver them. This reminds us of one of the many , BROKE HIS RECORD. true and quaint sayings of Mr. Tom i Mat Cohen, better known as "Mar Reid, who often remarked, "When it velous Mat", broke his record at the rains oyster soup Ireverhaveaspoon." Shelbyville Fair one day last week. when he made fourteen exhibitions in a STOLE CORNET single day, taking eight blues, four reds, one white and was unplaced once. FROM CHURCH. Mat has been showing horses since the memory of man runn-jtnot to the conOur eood friend. Mr. W. C. Price. trary but he says this was the most had his valuable cornet stolen from the strenuous day he ever passed. Baptist church in Danville and is offering a liberal reward for any informaHAS RELATIVES HERE. tion leading to its recovery. We know nothing of that form of stealing as A Washington dispatch say3 that everytning is safe in our churches. David R. Francis, former Governor of Missouri and Secretary of the Interior Roy L. Brown, livangclist. under President Cleveland, has pracIF IT FIDS TO COME What promises to be one of the tically been selected as the first Embassador from the United States to greatest revivals ever held In the ChrisYOU WILL KNOW WHY. Argentina. Governor Francis is a na tian church in this city, will, begin Look at the date printed with your tive of Kentucky and has numerous Sept. 20th and continue indefinitely, name on the Record. If your paper relatives in this county who will be or as long as interest is manifested. The services of Evangelist Roy L. fails to come you will know you failed gratified at this reconition of the to give us that dollar you owe us. You by the present admistra-tio- Brown, who has a national reputation, has been secured to conduct these know the law prchibits any paper that services. He will be ably assisted by is not paid for from passing through Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stratton, who will the mails and though we do not like to ELECTION COMMISSIONER. conduct the singing and comes highly drop you from our list our Uncls Sam At the meeting of the State Board of recommended and are quite talented in says we must. Election Commissioners at Frankfort thisline of the work. Mr. Stratton is a S last week, Judg A. D. Ford was ap- barytone, possessing a voice of unusual oj: FARM CONDITIONS pointed Election Commissioner for sweetness and power, while Mrs. Strat Garrard county to represent the Demo- ton has a clear, sweet, high soprano IN GARRARD. cratic party. and has the remarkable anility to sing Judge L. L. Walker was reappointed two octaves below the ordinary soprano, The recent rains have caused the pastures to take on a different hue and for the Republican party. Judge Ford called "lady barytone". Mr. Brown has been engaged with the prospects are good foran abundance succeeds J. B. Ruble, of Bryantsville. of fall grass. Crops are growing nice The county commissioners will appoint some of the best churches in that ly and a much larger yield of every the precinct election officers to serve at denomination, and his work has been successful. crop will be grown than wa3 expected the coming November election. The earlier in the season. AH the early sheriff of the county will act in contobacco has been topped and is spread junction with the above named comLAST EXAMINATION. ing nicely. Garrard will have a fine missioners. Miss Jennie Higgins asks us to state crop of corn, the late corn being above that the last examination ior county NEW FIRM. the average. Stock of all kinds are and state teachers will be held at her doing well and the Gar:ard farmer is Lancaster is glad to welcome the new office Sept. 18th and 19th. All appliindeed blessed. firm of Perrie and Jenkins who hav cants for teachers certificates should opened their attractive shop at Miss bear this in mind. Rella Arnold's. We clip the following HONEY VALUE OF from the Fleming3burg Times Demo-cratThe recent rains have caused the weeds as well as the grass to grow and EDUCATION. The many Fleming and Mason county the mowinsr blade is kept busy these What i3 the money value of educa friends of Misses Perrie and Mesdames days. tion? The average reduced in individual Jenkins and Hickman will ge glad to cases, would be something like this: learn that an inviting field has offered Two boys, aged 14, are both interested for a second Fashion Shop at Lancaster in mechanics. One goes into the shops. Ky., and the ladies are announcing and other into a technical school. The their first opening in that city for Sepboy in the shops starts at $4 a week, tember 3rd. The fact that the Fashion and by the time he is 18 he is getting Shop here has proved a style center $7. At that age the other boy is leavfor the mojt critical and exectmgdress-ers- , ing school and starting work at $10 a an appreciative patronage coming Purchasers get the benefit of our 10 week. At 20 the shop trained young in increasing numbers from Mason and years experience in the business. is getting $9.50 and the technical adjoining counties, proves that these fellow Look for other bargains iisted in next graduate $15; at 24 the former's weekly ladies are authority in their line. Miss wage is $11.50 and the latter's $20; and Perrie and Mrs. Jenkins will remain issue. Owners of farms who want to sell should see us at once. by the time they are both 25, the here while Mrs. Hickman and Miss An270 acre3 of land, located near Coy on finds $12.75 in his pay envelope nie Peirie will will go to Lancaster. while the technically trained man draws The commends these Kentucky river. In high state of culti a salary of $31. These figures are ladies to the good people of Garrard vation, 105 acres in grass. 85 acres in based on aitudy of 2,000 actual workeis county and bespeaks the cordial recept- bottom land producing corn every year made by the Massachusetts Commission ion and generous patronage they merit. at shipping point on river, large, splendid residence, store room and other for Industrial Technical Education. necessary out buildings. This farm CALL BY NUMBER. produces well and is one ot the best THE CLAY COUNTY Quite a great deal of annoyance is bargains on our list. Price $75.00 per occasioned by parties calling for cer- acre. ILLITERACY 176 acres within one mile of Paint tain names over the phone instead of Clay County has gon on record as calling by number as you should. This Lick on L & N R. R. with good imbeing the first county to organize a means no end of trouble and time to provements, land lies well and is fertile County Illiteracy Commission to stamp the operator who learns the numbers within J mile of graded jchool. Worth out illiteracy. At the recent session of mechanically, but never the names and the money asked $105 per acre. mile from 85$ acres of land on pike the Clay Countv Institute, addresses Mr. Bastin has asked us to state in as were made on the subject by Dr. J. T. plain words as we can, that the practice good village 9 miles from Lancaster, C. Noe, Dean of Normal Department must cease and will insist that you call first class land, good improvements, 10 room dwelling, well watered, In the of State University, and by Mrs. Cora by number only. Consult your telephone directory and famous "Camp Dick Robinson" section. Wilson Stewart, President Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, and there was a get the number, if not there and the Price $125.00 per aero. e hparty Three cottages at the low prices, teachers party has a phone, you will always find volunteered for service, $50.75 was a list of new subscribers published else $1800., $2000. and$2100. contributed on the spot for expenses where in the Record. Now if you will 200 acres good land, near Bryantsville of postage, etc., although no contribu- clip these each week and paste in the well improved, large tobacco barn. If tion had been requested. A commission directory, it will save you lots of worry you want a money maker see this farm. was formed to with Superin- and the exchange a great deal of time $70. per acre. tendent Luther Hatton in the campaign. and teouble. The operator will repeat No 491. 185 acres of high class land, The officers of the Commission elect the number back to you and there will 2 miles out, 2 large tobacco barns, per ed by the Institute were: Dr. . I. S. be no excuse for a mistake. Don't ask acre, $120. Manning, President; T. L. Britton, if this is central when you are answer493. Cottage and 56 acres of fertele Charles Goins, Record- ed, but immediately call the number land, large tobacco barm, all but 9 also acres in grass, on pike in one mile of ing Secretary; Mrs. Luther Hatton, you want, as Corresponding Secretary; J. W. Newell when you answer your own phone, dont Lancaster. Price $120. per acre. say "hello" but call your own phone Treasurer. No 494. Several pieces of splendid in this There are 2360 illiterates in Clay number, as "this is city property for sale. County, and men, women and children way useless words are saved and no 496. 100 acres of land, J mile from are enlisting to rid the county of time is wasted. Call by number always. Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles illiteracy. from Lancaster, good improvements, ' PAINT LICK SCHOOL large tobacco barn, well worth the MAN price of $100. per acre. TO OPEN TUESDAY. 497. 222 acres of fine land near Lancaster & Lexington pike, splendid imHAY BE APPOINTED Monday being Labor Day the Paint $90. per acre. Lick Consolidated School will onen on provements, at 498. 63 acres, improved, near Paint PRISON COMMISSIONER. Tuesday Sept. 8th instead of Monday Lick Graded School at $95. per acre. as formerly announced. 499. 73$ acres of rich land, right on Gov. James B. McCreary in a letter pike, well improved, 2 miles of Lancasto Col. W. P. Walton the well known HC CREARY COUNTY - ter! priced at $120. per acre and is Lexington Journalist, says that he has worth it. To Record No Illiteracy. promised the office of Prison CommisNo 501. 45 acres, new house on pike, sioner to another man. Col. Walton McCreary county, the infant county was the man whom the wise ones pick of Kentucky, created by the General near Bryantsville. Price $4,000.00. No 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from ed to land this fat plum and this letter Assembly of 1912, and named in honor comes as quite a surprise. At present of Governor James B. McCreary, has a town limits of Lancaster on Lexington the applicants most likely to land the high ambition for itself in its educa- Avenue, unimproved, beautiful buildCommissionership ara Prancis Douglaa tional ranking. The county officials, ing sites, a bargain at $150. per acre. of Danville, Private Secretary to the teachers and citizens of the county 503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile Governor, and George have banded themselves together to from pike, fertile land, highly improved Farris. have its first census, when taken in lies well, splendid water, susceptible of Senator Farris is well qualified to 1920, recojd "no illiterates." Their division into two or three farms. $95. serve in this position, having been on plan is to obliterate illiteracy during per acre. the Committee on Prisons while in the the next three years, and to watch the 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from State Senate. If the Governor wishes field during the remaining three, 'seek- Lancaster, large tobacco barn, one other to appoint a faiteful fnend, h3 could ing oat and teaching all who come in. beautiful level building site fronting find none more zealous than Mr. Farris. Superintendent Nora E. Alcorn is lead- pike. $110. per acre. His many friends in this county are in ing the campaign, and fifty-on- e moon-ligFor further particulars write or call hopes that this sterling Democrat be schools will start on September on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real esappointed. 701. tate men. Lancaster, Ky. LACKING. ME. FAEMEE ! We are headquarters for BLIZZARD CUTTERS v OL Internationa and Fairbanks Morse GASOLINE AND OIL ENGINES. issf? n. MM These Engines and Gutters are the best known goods made. Sold by jf pip f lmMfMMmUWi (MiS&j3ll.rsiiaifijis& m Donrocao 910I1 nrfi. 1 t m 0 Specialist THE ;- Byrne vjariA wi NEW PROPERTY LIST. .. &i i ,' GientiJic ervics of MEANS jVTO ist of a thorough examination of your eves by a special16 years experience, without change. Saving expenses cription charges. trip to city and pres-.flii- lJ shop-work- er MEANS a proper correction by glares of any Optical defect or eye strain at price3 you can afford to pay. $2.50 $1.50 $7.50 $5.00 Times-Democr- at All white metal frames be3t lens Gold filled frames Solid Gold frames, best Ien3es "Shurn3" best lenses "KRYPTOKS" TORIC- - and "COMPOUND" cluded in the above prices. to $4.0U to $$.50 to $10. to $7.50 Lenses rot in- MISSION. Specialist in Eye Glass Fitting will be at LANCASTER, KY., Wednesday, SEPT 2 to 12 OFFICE AT KENGARLAN HOTEL. J J. J. BVRINB 3 3ME & response-ninety-thre- ff Stoves AND 3 E Vice-Preside- ", four-three- ", LANCASTER .ttanges. $$' ''I'Sn We can save you money. We can save you fuel. We can save you worry. We can save you labor by buying one' of our .Stoves or Ranges. or ht W. J. ROMANS. . V . - s Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 3, 1914. STANFORD. 50 Head 50 Head Robinson DDROC & - Tinder's Mrs. Martha Gaines is visiting J H. Gaines at Lexington. Miss Ella May Saunders attended the London fair last week. Read about Glen Lily Flour on pageS Miss Nellie Wilson Hill is the guest of Mrs. Sam Phelps at Richmond. Miss Ella Cowan, of St. Joe, Mo., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menef ee. Miss Nancy Hunn is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. H. C. LeCompte at Frank- August 31st School will begin. We are prepared to supply every need. Books can be sold only for Cash. BIO- fort. Mrs. Minerva Goodwin, of Lexington has been the guest of Mrs. Shelton M. Saufley. Miss Pauline Burdette, of Burgin, is the guest of Misses Sallie and Mary Burdette. Wesley Embry, of Frankfort, spent the week-en- d with his mother, Mrs. J. T. Embry. Mrs. H. M. BallouJ and Misses Mary and Gertrude Gaines were in Lancas ter Saturday. Miss Alice Beazley, who has been in Danville, with relatives spent ceveral days here last week. Mrs. Ed Gentry, of Mt. Vernon, returned home Saturday, after a visit to Mrs. II. J. Brown. Mrs. Jesse Walter is at home aftera visit to her patents, Rev. a'id Mrs. W. S. Grinstead at London. School will begin here September 7th Prof. Wilson has everything m treadi- ness for school to open. Mrs. Susan B. Yeager, left Sunday for Pittsburg Pa, to be with her sister, Mrs. Johnson who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Warner and family have moved into their newly built home on Portman Avenue. Robert Waters, of St. Louis, Mo., who has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Rhode Waters returned Saturday. Mrs. L. C. Kelly and chiidren, of Campbellsville, are the guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Newland. McRoberts Drug Store. JERSEY S At Lancaster, Kjr. The Tops Of Two Herds. Consisting of 25 Spring Gilts, 15 Spring Boars, 10 Bred Sows and Gilts. They are sired by Defenders Model, Superba's Pride, Sir Radiant, Col. Kentucky Chief, Col. Csrrard and Red Chief Jr. d Best Breeding to be found. Big, Growthy, Prolific, Smooth, Healthy, Vigorous, Good in Quality, Pedigree and Individuality, None Better. So don't miss Good Backs and Kams, this Opportunity to GET THE BEST. Deep-bodie- - A COMFORTABLE, roomy house like the one shenvn A- above is suited to alrcost any quiet color combination. We would surest : Body, dark brown; trim, mushroom ; g2bles, grayish tan ; roof, Indian red ; sash, earth brown the paint to consist of Phoenix White Lead. (Belch Coy Painter Trade Mcrk) and pure linseed oil with the necessary tinting colors in oil. Such paint is no: only beautiful but durable and economical. We sell these materials. u Ycur house may be of a different style cf If so. asl. us to suggest a su.tehlt: ecler scheme for c Do You Own A If Not, Why Not? Buy High-Grad- Pure Bred Boar? YOUR PROFITS GROW. one' at this Sale and WATCH e Jersey Cows and Calves, Three Brood Mares and Colts. Will also sell Eight Head of Sale to be held ar Ross' Stock Yards, on Stanford Street, promptly at one o'clock, Rain or Shine. For further information see or write, Mrs. S. M. Duncan and children, of Dallas, Tex. arrived last week to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. New-land. 1 R. E. McROBERTS juhhuiMimaiywiiMiiiiwii frrrnnnrnr-in- ii mag! i B. F. Robinson AUCTIONEERS: or F. M. Tinder, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. I. M. DUNN and AM BOURNE. KtltKtKKKSKKtKKKKKMKsi3ttKKKKtBiKm3KL FISCAL COURT August Special Term, August 22, 1914. Bond Election to Repair Court Hou&e called. ne question oeing under tne con sideration of the I lbcal Court concern lng the condition of the tiairanl County Court House, the vaults of the sumo containing the Public IteconK the con dition of the different Court Rooms and the various office rooms in the Court House and the question being before the court in motion and the same being submitted to the court tor vote, it is the opinion of the court that the said Couit House and the various named departments need repairing and in manv respects remodeling and it is the opinion of the court that the sum of $15,000.00 should be appropriated for the purpose of said woik as herein after specifically set out, and the said Fiscal Court here by suggests that said appropriation be maae ana does hereby recommend the same, that is that the sum of 15,000.00, be appropriated foi the purpose of g remodeling, repairing and the two vaults and changing the location of the same in the Court House if necessary for remodeling the cupola if found to oe neccessary; for remodeling and repairing the Circuit Court Room and remodeling, repairing, and over hauling the Court House for the pur pose of making it neat and comfortable and to put in the same a system of heating and to put water from the Lancaster ater Works in the same. It is therefore ordered and adiudtred by the Fiscal Court of Garrard County S at the b Kentucky thatGarrard Regular Election County on the tobe held in third day of November 1914 an election shall beheld and apoll shall beopened at which all legal voters in Garrard County snaii ue privileged to vote on me ques tion; "Are you in iavor oi issuing bonds, for the purpose of remodeling and repairing the Court House of Garrard County Kentucky, for a sum 11-- 2 not exceeding 515,000.00." It is further ordered that an election be held and polls be opened at all the voting precincts in Garrard county and the SheritF of Garrard county be and he is hereby directed to advertise said election and the objects thereof, for at least 30 days next before thereof, in the Central Record, it being the news paper having the largest circulation in said County, and further advertise the same by printed hand bills, posted up at or notjess than four public places in each voting precinct in Garrard County and also at the Court House door, the Clerk of the Court is ordered to furnish a certified copy of the order to said Sheriff. It is further ordered that if the vote hereby ordered is in favor of One of the best Jacks in Kentucky, 5 years bid, pedigree given.on day of sale bond issue, then the Fiscal Court said will to said vote and under 1 five-year-o- ld Cerman Coach Stallion, 5 good Brood mares, 7 good mules, in obedienceArticle 4 Kentucky Statutes Chapter 52 and the other Statutes relating to this some broke and some unbroken, 1 pony mare, extra fine, 1 combined eight-year-o- ld exsubject in any two-year-o- ld filly, 3 milk cows with calves at side, also ceeding issue bonds for the sum not of $15,000.00, purpose horse, 1 Jack colt, 1 a Hay Baler, Mower, Rake, Cultivators, Plows, and other implements too numer- repaiiing and remodeling the Court House of Garrard County Kentucky and to be issued upon spch terms as to ous to mention. time of payment and to .payment of interest and sale of Bonds as aSe Court Terms made known on day of sale. in its discretion may deem best.but the bunds are not to be sold for less than their face value or bear interest at a greater rate than six per cent interest paid. per annum from . A true copy? date until attest J. W. HamiltonClerk Garrard County Court. C. A. Robinson, Sheriff of Garrard Co. OF Farm, Stock and Implement Having decided to move West, I will on, over-haulin- lU T beginning at ten o'clock, sell at Public auction my farm consisting of 172 acres situated on the Gillispie pike, miles west of Lowell. All good land, well fenced, well watered, good six room residence and good tenant house. Three tobacco barns which will house 27 acres of tobacco, one stock barn and all the necessary outbuildings, I will also sell at the same time the following: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Nunnelly, of Ft Worth, Texas, who have been visiting his mother, Mrs. Mollie Nunnelly, have returned hame. Mrs. C. M. Pennybaker and attractive children have returned to their home at Danville, after a visit to her sister, Mrs. A. C. Hill. Mrs. L. E. Carpenter, and son, of Philadelphia, Pa., who have been the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee, have returned home. Mrs. Kate P. Miller, of Pittsburg Pa. who has been spending the summer here with relatives returned Monday to assume her duties for the coming term. Miss Florence Truehart returned with her and will have a position in the same school. Mr. and Mis. W. P. Grimes and son William and daughter Marion, motortd to Lexington Friday. They went to mike arrangements for Miss Marion and William to enter school. William will enter State University, while Miss Grimes will enter Transylvania. he womans oiuu oi tnis city is already proving a splendid thing for this city. Wednesday afternoon an unusual ly interesting program was rendered The Club is now endeavoring to have this city cleaned up. "Cleanliness is a part of Godliness The posse which left here last week for Brodhead where they were joined by posses of 'several of the adjoining counties, to search for the Hopkins boys, who were alleged to have had a hand in the assassination of Marshal J. A. Collins, of Berea, were unable to find out anything about their whereabouts. Col. Jordan Peter Chandler the well d auctioneer of this known and county, passed away at his home in the Cedar Creek neighboihood Thursday night after a long illness of heart trouble. Mr. Chandler, who always had a woid for everybody, will be greatly missed throughout this county, as well as adjoining counties. Frederick J. Hoffman, one of the artist teachers and concert pianist of the College of Music at Cincinnati, was the guest of Harry Reinhart last week. During the week there were several pleasant social functions given in his honor. On Tuesday morning Harry Reinhart invited the Bach Club to meet Mr. Hoffman. Wednesday evening Miss Nancy Yeager, who was one of his pupils, gave an elaborate five course dinner, and on Friday evening the Bach Club invited their friends to meet Mr. Hoffman at the home ot Dr. W. N. Craig. ('HE V S13 I fife"5 si W'VM u 1 A JV. 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Every detail is strong and durable, built for long life and ease of draft Among tha frame on steel wheels that lasting basis on which Inter- BaJcrTwiM features that will interest you are these: Simple frotected beater driving mechanism, all of steel; on rear axle, insuring traction; reversible gear and worm; low, easily loaded box, with ample clearance underneath; end gate, preventing clogging of beater while driving to the field; etc. All styles are in the I H C spreader lino, high and low, endless and reverse apron, and various sizes for small and large farms. Our catalogues will tell you more. Write for them and let us tell you also where you may see I H C manure spreaders. Tlios. P. King, THE Am. Bourne, Auct, ?&: 'A ' Paint Lick, ky., R.F. D.3. Central Record. m . "f'r&33K.Jr htemationd Harvester Company of America New duaqik AJJaVavny &M Ind. HcCarakk Dwcnc KhraAe. Otltn. IU Z.J s -- rS-.- ", i"j kuaAl V '. The Central Record, Thursday Sept 3, 1914 WELL DESERVED 1 Page 3 l. JERSEY THURSDAY, DINNER 1 SUE 10th, 1914 Tormentor 3533, Imp. (F. 259, C.) Sire of 38 tested cows, The Praise That Comes From Thankful Lancaster People One kidney remedy has known merit. x our strongroints -- I WK I I Our herd of 40 Registered and Grade 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. SEPTEMBER 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 offered in this sale, and all the cows are bred to him, we have annexed his pedigree as follows: 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. and of 35 bulls with 221 tested daughters. His sire, Khedive. P. 103. H. C. is a daugh- son of Coomassie 11S74. See below. ters.! Baron's Sophie 17615, Imp. Sire of 22 tested cows, including: Torono 25204 Sophie 10th of Hood Farm (1 yr) 563-- 1 Butter test, 19 lbs 153 oz in 7 days 19-- J Full brother to Sophie Hudson, dam Figgis (7 days) from 271 lbs 8 oz milk, at 5 years 1J 15-- 1 of Fort Hill Farm Chief, sire of 3 in Elsie Wolcott months old. Register of Merit, including Sophie 19 Sophie Hudson Catono 3761, Imp. 18-ot Hood Farm, champion year-teJer- PhilenaS sey 1,175 lbs. 7 oz. butter in 1 year, Sophona J Sire of 12 tested cows, and of the from 17,557 lbs. 12 oz. milk. ElphieMay bull, Tormentor Catono 17004, sire of 17-Torono has 3 sons with 50 tested Pansv's Thoughts 3 tested cows. daughters and is himself sire of 20 test- Sophie 1st of H. F J His dam, Ona 7S40, is half sister to ed cows, 17 of them in Register of Mer- Sophia Sth of H. F Tormentor (above) it, including: Rhoda Hudson 48723 Rosabel Hudson 5704. 722-Tonona 7th of H. F 707-- 1 Tonona 5th of H. F. Butter test. 14 lbs 4 oz. in 7 days, Butter test. 15 lbs 12 oz in 7 days at 659-- 4 Tonona of Fort Hill Farm from 211 lbs 5 oz. milk, at 5 years and 8 vears old. Tonona 25th of H. F. 579.9 3 months old. Dam of 3 tested cows: Tonona 10th of H. F 571-- 5 Dam of Sophie Hudson 76105, butter Daisy Hudson 1 565-- 1 Tonona 2nd of H. F 16-test. 19 Ib3 12 oz in 7 davs. 23 lbs i oz Emma Hudson 549-- 5 Tonona 17th of H. F 14-- 4 in 10 days, at 7 years old, 716 lbs. 4 oz Rhoda Hudson Tonona 9th of H. F 532-- 4 . Dutter in i year, irom ii,4o ids miiK. , tormentor ocoq!, iimp. Hood Farm Tonona 5219 Dam of 2 bulls with tested daughters, Tonona 12th of H. F 501-- 2 including Fort Hill Farm Ch.ef 62859. See above. Sophie 7th of H. F 442-- 4 sire of Sophie 19th of Hood Farm, the Hi3 tested daughters include- Tonona 18th of H. F 416-- 2 Zi-- 1 champion year test Jersey Little Torment $ Tormentor's Bloomfield Tormentor 22280 4 1 22-Sasanda Tonona llth of H. F for $1,000. Sold at auction 330-H. F. Kathletta's Fancy Sire of 16 bulls with 37 tested daugh- iOonan 1485. 380-- 5 Tonona 3rd of H. F. (7 days) Butter test 22 lbs 2J oz in7days from 14.4 ters. Torono s Lilian Sire of 47 tested cow3. including: 205 lbs 7 oz milk at 10 years old. 17.12 34-- 3 Oonan of Riverside Sophie Lowndes Dam of 6 tested cows: 17.0 20-- 4 Sophie 6th of Hi F . Dream2nd Roonan 14 rfl Ida's 24-- 3 Grace Sire of Oonan's J Oonan2nd 1 Hood Farm Torono 60326, sire of 47 Miss Roonalda Odelle Sales 22-- 8 16-- 2 Marshmelon of Lynwood Register of Merit in CallieNan 22-- 3 Torono 16th of Hood Farm 63262, sire Ula Oonan Oonan 3rd 21-Miss Eyre 2nd of in Register of Merit. 14-Nanalda 21-- 2 Mama's Torono of H. F. 63295. sire of 1 Clara Oonan Also dam of Tolteo 6331. sire of 19 20-- 8 Oonan of Kenmore tested cow 3. Kate Gordon 2nd 83662. . . J Oonan'sAIda "erhnax 1965- 20-Bred by M. C. Campbell, Spring Hill, Soconee3rd Tenn. Sire of 3 tested cows: Kate Gordon 8387 Butter test 15 Ib3. 5i oz. in 7 days, Belle Williamson from 251 lbs. 5 oz. milk, at 5 year3 and Butter te3t. 15 lbs 15 oz in 7 days, Kate Gordon 5 2 months old. from 194 lbs 7 oz milk, at 4 years old. SelitaJ J Dam of Tonona 7th of H. F. 167724, Dam or 5 tested cows: "onnanda ""14 2 in Register of Merit, Class AA 722 lbs. Kathletta 6 oz butter in 1 year, 10368 lbs. 5 oz. Mary Gordon 1 Butter te3t. 14 lbs 14 oz in 7 days, 17-- 1 milk, at 7 years old; she is dam of 2 in Gordonetta from 175 lbs 10 oz milk, at 9 years 9 Register of Merit. Kitty Better months. Her dam, Kate Gordon, is dam of Kate Gordon 2nd $ Also dam of Georgiadear 11508. 18 lbs 3 oz in 7 day3. Kate's Tornado 203SS, sire of 1 tested f Duke of Cloverdale 6994 . cow. fGoldemar 3177 Sire of 2 tested cows. Gray Friar's Duke 42764 Duke's Medusa I8-- 0 j Princess 2nd 8046. Bred by W. Cannon, Philadelphia.Tenn Faith of Cloverdale 14-- -t . . .. .. Sire of 2 tested cows: umciai outter test 4b 1D3 izj oz in faire of Duke Jeannaise 36414 and Juliet's Golden Glow 179470. 16 lbs. Friar's Duke 36416, each with a tested davs, from 299 lbs 8 oz milk. 8 years old. Sold at auction for $4,800. 10 oz. butter in 7 days from 239 lbs. 2 daughter. milk, at 4 years old. Captain George 21597. Friar's Fairest 81454 . Duke's Lallena 161518, 14 Ib3. 14 oz. His dam produced the bull. Friar's Grey Friar's Bess 25128 butter in 7 days, from 294 lbs. 1 oz. Duke 36416, sire of Clarion Girl, one of milk, at 5J years old. Butter test 22 lbs in 7 days, from 230 the St Louis World'3 Fair herd 252 King's Lady Waddingtnn 108653. . . lbs Id oz butter in 120 daystest 4 years lbs 8 oz milk at 9 vear3 4 months old. at King Kofiee 5522. old. Bred by W. Gettys. Butter test, 17 lb3. 7 oz. in 7 days, King Koffee, Jr., 12317 Sire of 5 tested cows and of several . from 252 lbs. of milk, at 5 years old. Sire of 19 tested cow3, and of 2 son3 producing sons. Dam of Mona's Lady "Waddington Son of Coomassie 11874. 195402. 1st prize aged cow, Selma, (Ala) with tested daughters, including King's Cannon Ball 52592, of the World's Fair Island Star 11876 fair. 1912. Traces to Coomassie 11874, imp., but- test herd, St Louis, 1904, 256 lbs 10 oz Butter test. 21 lbs 3 oz in 7 days.from ter test, 16 lbs. 11 oz. in 7 days; 1st butter in 120 days, at 4 years old. His tested daughters include Kinor's 150i quarts ofa milk, at 5 yrs 2 mos old. over Jersey 5 years in succession. Her June Beauty 108652, 23 lbs 7 oz butter 11374 sire is grandson of Coomassie uoja, a. jcaia UIU. Remarkable Duke 5012. Lady Waddington 19919. Son of Sweepstakes Duke 1905, 1st over Jersey. 1875. Sophie's Tormentor 20883 Sire of 3 bulls with 52 tested 19-1st 18-517-16 17-21C-16 17-12 22-5lj 7 28-6- 1 18-423-916-114-120-519-1- 0i 15-125-222-11 18-515-115-5- 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. Lancaster people rely upon it. The remedy is Doan's Kidney Pill. Lancaster testimony proves it reliable. Mrs. B. F. Walter, Hill St Lancaster, Ky., says: "I never fail to praise Doan's Kidney Pills when I have the opportunity, as they are certainly a fine remedy. I have not been without a supply in the house for years. Wherever my back becomes lame painful, a few poses bring me instant relief. At one time I feared that I had The kidney serious kidney trouble. to secretions were unnatural and gave un of disordered mistakable evidence kidneys. It was my good lortune to hear of Doan's Kidney Pills and I begin using them. In a short time my kidneys were normal." Ii Don't Price 50c, at all dealers. simply ask for a kidney remedy gtt 1 Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Co. Mrs. Welter had. Foster-MilburProps., Buffalo. N. Y. n Good Wheat. Clean Milling. " No Blend. l'riu5.M41 4 &a&iM No Bleach. If Bleached and Blended Flour questions your health, why take a chance? Use 1 GLEN LILY and be safe. I On, Berrarrl B. F. HUDSON. Preaident. Milling J. J. WALKEK. Joe J. Wauceh. Je.. i a PAINT LIUK. Mrs. A. B. Estridge and son, A B. spent the past week in London. Read about Glen Lily Flour on page 8 Miss Margaret .Nolan, of Richmond, is the guestof MissMargaretAnderson. Miss Estill Walker, left Monday for a visit to Miss Dorcas Francis at Richmond. Mrs. Ezekiel Field3, of Lexington, is the guest of her rand.daughter. Mrs. Rice Woods. Mrs. W. A. Whitcomb of Covington, is tha guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hammack, of have been the guests of Mr. George Treadway. Miss Elizebeth Gibbs of Hyattsville was th gueste of Mr? R. J. Walker Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. B. F. Lear ha3 returned from a visit to her son, Mr. Reid Lear and Mrs Lear at Middlesboro. Mrs. R. G. Woods, Misses. Sallie Woods and Ethel Estridge were visitors in Richmond the past week. Monday being Labor Day the Paint Lick Consolidated School will open on Tuesday Sept. 8th instead of Monday as formerly announced. Misses Lena Estridge and Jessie May Hammack spent several days the past week as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson at Point Leavell. Mrs Wheeler, corresponding secretary of the W. C. T. U. gave a most interesting and instructive lecture Friday evening under the auspices of the local W. C. T. U. at the Christian church. While here Mrs. Wheeler was the guest of Mrs. Oscar Hammack. Acute Indigestion. Vicr. - Prist. naruj 1 1 1 W. O. Rigney. Ass't Caah'r. W. F. CHAMP. Cashisr. Boofc-X?pe- ORGANIZED 1SS3. e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. Capital 550,000. Surplus $40,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Goverr.mir.. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we car. help yox Make this bank YOUR bar.k. 4 SIRE of Hood Farm 63262. . . . Bred by C I. Hood, Lowell, Mass. Sire of 2 in Register of Merit, viz: Torono Waxie 20G230. 477 lbs. 2 oz. butter in 1 year from 7,711 lbs. 12.S oz. of milk, at 2 vears and 4 months, old. Torono Kate Gordon 206223. 463 lbs. 4 oz. butter in 1 year, from 6.885 lbs. 1.6 oz. milk, at 2 years. 5 months old. Torono 16th Kentucky Drills. accurately any seed from the smallest flax see to the largest cow pea. Will sow "I was annoyed for over a year by attacks of acute indigestion, followed by constipation," writes Mrs. M. J. Gallagher. Geneva, N. Y. "I tried JvPftjlmMYttHi rSM An Ikflfi lasK KLb It L$I Wm. k everything that was recommended to me for this complaint but nothing did me much good until about four months ago I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and procured a bottle of them from our druggist. I soon realiz, All Kentucky Drills have the immense advantage of the ed that I had gotten the right thing for they helped me at once. Since taking it has also a general purpose disk, being especially good in hard two bottles of them I can eat heartily without any bad effects." Sold by all ground, crusty tough soil, unplowed stubble or root land. Equipped dealers. low-hitch- DAM Duke's Lady Waddingten 175S30 Bred by W. Gettys, Athens Tenn. .. with chilled bearings which are simple and durable, drag bars of heavy high carbon steel, built of the best material throughout. and don't experiment with some new thing. JlAKKSBUKl. Miss Margaret Jenkins has been vis- Get our price Get the Standard of i fr iting friends at Mavsville. Drills, the KENTUCKY. Read about Glen Lily Flour on page 8 Mrs. J. W. Mahan has been confined to her bed for several days. $15. Suits $7.00 at Moore's. Miss Nancy Land of Lancaster has Ky. been the guest of Miss Minvel Bogie. Mrs. Owen Sutterfield and daughter y 4593. of Maysville were the guests last week of Miss Mary Chesnut. PEDIGREE:--I- t will be noted from his pedigree, that this bulTs grandsire, Torono is a full bro- Miss Hallie Coy of Richmond and Mr of Sophia Hudson dam of Fort Hill Farm Chief, Sire of Sophia 19th, of Hood Farm, the World's Record Jer- Tom Chesnut motored to Nicholasville and attended the fair Friday. sey Cow, with a record of 1,175 lbs. 7oz. butter in one year. Mrs. Jim Turner and Delia Mae Turof Figgis, the winner at the St. Louis World's Fair. His great grandsire is the ner were guests of hersister Mrs Helm is the sire of Hood Farm Torono by many considered the at Lebanon from Saturday until Monday His grandsire Torono World's greatest sire, with 63 registers of Merit daughters, two of whom have records of over pounds A protracted meeting will begin with Sale will begin promptly at 10:00 Rain or Shine. of butter each per year. tha church at this place next Monday night, with Rev. English, of Berea as preacher. $1,000 Roadster Stake $1,000 Light Harness Stake The Ladies Working Society will have Farmer Boys' Encampment Student's Judging Contest a candy and handkerchief sale some time in the near future, Free lunch TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY will be served. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auct. H. V. BASTIN, President. Fine Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field For some unaccountable reason Mr. Seed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman's Handiwork Luke Shears, a tenant on Ed Clark's Mrs. J. M. Cress. ed on this hand by using Paris green on PKEACHEKSV1LLH. FLATWOOD one third of his place, has almost lost CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS Rev. J. M. Rogers will begin a pro- his' tobacco field. tobacco crop by the leaves dropping revival, at the Baptist chureh, tracted GRAND 11 Little Ebbie Lawson is very sick from the stem. Many of the leaves Read about Glen Lily Flour on page 8. Miss Marie Cummins is visiting Miss j Sunday Sept. 6th. FIREWORKS with pneumonia. measured 18 inches in breadth. Lucy Anderson. DISPLAY Mr. J. Charles Rigsby has a very Misses Annie and Karie Bartely, of Wm Rothwell sold a cow to Center Mr. J. M. Cress went to Wayne Griffin Station, were attending the painful hand. A nettle, which he stuck For Catalogue and Entry BUnk Address county last week. Reduced Railroad Rate. into his hand some time ago, caused Brothers for $35. show here Saturday evening. Wm. Rothwell sold 8 shoats to Hajs Mr. S. N. Gill sold a nice calf to Mr. the member to swell to double its ' Mrs. William Bartels is at Basin natural size, and after a lot of suffer- Anderson for $3. each. Phil B. Thompson far $20. LOUISVILLE, KY. 70S Paul Jones Building, Springs, Breckinridge Co., this State, ing Mr. Rigsby had a surgeon to lance Woman Are You W. H. Furr sold seven head of cattle Mrs. F. L. Thompson i3 visiting Mrs. visiting her father, Mr. J. W. the painful swelling. to E. L. Woods for 6c a pound. Hayden Leavell at Lancaster. Mrs. D. O. Lewis, of Moreland, visitIt was reported that M r. Emmet Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Edwards are reMr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress and visitors, Herndon, who once lived here, died at joicing over the arrival of a son, of ed Prof, and Mrs. Cyrus Johnson FriMr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt, of Brod-hea- his home near Lexington. last week. course he will be a stock trader and a day. motored to Troy, Ky., to visit He is said to have used Paris green on "dyed in the wool" democrat. so Miss Rinda Pettus, who has been Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McCIuary Sunday. tobacco and was found dead in bed ill of stomach trouble, is reported much The best melon patch in this locality next morning. Deceased was a good better. Williams and children was cultivated by J. P. Ariderson, man and liked by all who knew him. Mrs. Richard I of Lancaster, are visiting Mrs. W. H colored. He is hauling melons daily to The humorous play given here SaturThe Woman's Tonic the neighboring towns, as well as day night by local talent wa3 a success Cummins. Tor Infants and Children. in everyway. Mrs. Arthur Miller has been to High- supplying an enormous local trade. The ladies who took Hie KM Yw Hiyi Always Bwght Mr. Middleton, who lives un Gilbert's parts are said to have made ideal "old land visiting the family of her father, Bears the Creek, got poison oak on his handsome maids". A good crowd saw the play, Mr. H. Young. ALL MUSTS FN SA1E Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. Signature Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt, of Brod- - time ago. A few days after this poison "Old Maids' Assosiation", and vociferF4 guests of Mr. and broke out he was again severely poison- - ously cheered the novices to the echo. are week-en- d 1 Becker, Ballard & Co BRYANTSVILLE. PHONE 27. Mid-da- ther 25204 KENTUCKY STATE FAIR SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE sire 25204 60326, 1000 BLUE GRASS DAIRY AND ICE COMPANY. "BATTLE OF MEXICO a ? J. L. DENT, Secretary, d, lake cardui a We Write Anv Kind of CASTOR A INSURANCE Office at National Bank. hd " &btf J. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Page 4 The Central Record MEETING incorporated. Issued Weekly. ' $1.00 a ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. . s The Central Record, Thursday Sept 3 1914. CLOSES. PARIS JAILER KILLS LEADER OF MOB. BROWN. After an illness of several weeks, of chronic bronchitis, Mrs Elizabeth Brown aged 57 yecrs, died at her home near Lowell, last Thursday, August 27th. She was a life long member of the Presbyterian church, her membership being at Old Paint Lick. She is survived by her husband, Capt W. W. Brown and three daughteis, Mrs Noah Spainhower, formerly of Point Leavel', Mrs McKinney, of Paris and Mrs Davis, of Lowell. The funeral services were conducted at the home by hex-- pastor. Rev. W. W. Eldridge, last Sunday, after which interment took place at the Richmond cemetery. Much sympathy goes out to the 'bereaved husband and daughters of this estimable lady. UNION CHURCH SERVICES. The Union Church services will be held at the school Auditorium next Sunday evening. Rev. Henry Faulkner of Philadelphia, will preach at this service. The public is cordially invited. Perhaps year. held by one of the best meetings ever the Methodist denomination PHONE r here, came to a close last Monday Eugene R. Houston, L & N switch-ma- r, night. Rev. Bridgers and his wife were in the yards at Paris, Ky., met excellent people and succeeded in bring instant death, while leading a mob to ing many souls to Christ during their storm the jail at that place endeavorErttredet the Pot Office ia Lancaster, Kjv JERSEY SALE. two weeks meeting here.. Mi.ll Matter. as Second-Clafing to secure Rev Johnson, a negro, who had been placed in jail an hour beDon't forget Bastin's Big Jersey Sale Member Kentucky Press Association fore for assault. Disguised as an ofto be held at the barns on Hamilton end ficer Houston demanded the keys of ave on September 10th. This will be Eighth District Publishers League. your order and he Jailer Joe Faris, which was refused biggest and best sale of fine Jersey catFOR REPAIRING and a scuffle followed. The jailer swife tle ever held in this, section of the Lancaster, Ky., September 3, 1914. handed her husband a pistol and he State. See their advertisement on will furnish you page 3. COURT HOUSE. began tiring. Houston, who was the How the war will effect prices is a leader, was shot in the abdomen, death In this issue of the Record will be question of interest both to the produc1 The VERY BEST COAL ICE CREAM SUPPER. resulting instantly. Jailer Faris reer and consumer. Generally speaking found the call for an election Novem- ceived a fracture of the right arm and ft! ber 3rd 1914, ordered by the fiscal There will be an Ice Cream Supper articles which we produce will be low was otherwise, but not seriously, inon the School Campus Saturday night and articles which we have been im- court, for the issuing of bonds to the jured. The At The VERY LOWEST PRICE. dad man and the jailer Sept. 5 for the benefit of the Foot porting will be high. Corn is more amount of $15,000.00 to repair the were both members of the I. O. O. F. POLLITT. Ball Team. Ice Cream and Cake will be likely to be lower than wheat because Court House. All legal voters of the county are served for 15 cents and everyone should u we raise a relatively larger part of the "Up from the dainty pillow. come out and so doing will greatly help world's supply. Meat will be high, privileged to vote on this question, and White as the risen dawn. the Foot Ball Boys. more on account of the scarcity of cat-ti- e it is to be hoped that in will carry by a The fair little face lay sleeping, than on account of the war. large and safe majority. Vote for the With the light of heaven thereon; BY RUNAWAY MULE. There has been an advance of two bonds. GLEN LILY FLOUR. frtfratBSSteffsasfrgfeJste iij And the dear little hands like roses leaves dollars a ton on news paper, which Mr. William H. Thomas, aged sevenmeans an advance of twenty five per Dropped from the rose, lay still. Cakes made from Glen Lily Flour exty three, and father of Editor Henry Never to snatch at the sunshine. cent at the mills. Other material such hibited at the Mt Vernon Fair last H. Thomas, of the Casey County News as letter heads, bill heads and envelopes That crept to shrowded sill. week, made quite a record lor Mrs. J. have advanced about twenty five per APPOINTED CARRIER ON met almost instant death by being Monday about noon the pure spirit of R. Moore of that citv as well as for dragged by a mule from which he was cent, the reason being given that cerRussell Kilgo Pollitt took its fight to the Garrard Milling Co., the makers of thrown, near Dunnville, in Casey countain chemicals used in producing news this popular brand. Mrs. Moore en R. R. NO. 3. ty. His foot was caught in the stirrup the land of Eternal Day. The tired tered seven cakes and with fourteen enTaper print are made in Germany. All aching body ceased its suffering after prices on ink have been withdrawn by A dispatch from Washington to the and he was dragged for a quarter of a days and months of pain. As this is tries she captured six first prizes and mile, death resulting shortly afterwill probably Courier-Journthe manufacturers. It on Wednesday states house-holthe first death in a happy it one second prize. The advertisement be decided by the majority of the news that Bascom Ford has been appointed wards. Mr. Thomas was the father of falls with crushing of this popular flour appears on page a blow upon doting paper publishers to reduce the size of as mail carrier on Rural Route No. 3, seventeen children, eight of whom sur- parents, and fond sisters and brothers. eight of this issue and contains some l, their papers and probably to increase to succeed Joseph Francis resigned. vive and all being present at the Much sympathy is felt for the sorely interesting reading. which was conducted by Rev. J. the price of job work and advertising. Mr. Ford was next in line for this apbereft, in this, their dark hour of trial. That the war is causing an increase pointment, having stood the highest Q. Montgomery. Our heartfelt symA DELIGHTFUL in the price of certain metal and effect- examination under the Civ1 Service pathy goes out to Editor Thomas, in ing the production of others is shown last year. He will enter upon his new the untimely death of his estimable FAMILY REUNION. by the price of tin being raised to sixty duties at once. "BV many friends father. five cents a pound. (By Wm. F. Miller.) Capt. T. A. Elkin entertained at a h'm upon his landing Practicaljv nil of the metal used in are congratulating hls appointment. Prof. Milton Elliott who travels for picnic at his country home, Maples, in ' the United States is imported and so the Ginn Book Co., made the school a honor of Mrs. Percy Noland and child-- 1 long as the war exists and sea trailic is ren, of Seattle, Wednesday evening. pleasant visit Tuesday. disturbed, protection will be curtailed A large crowd went cut in the tallyho ' 10. STILL IN SESSION, Foot Ball Foot Ball Meeting-- A and prices raised. while others went in autos, buggies meeting was called for Wednesday The effect of the war upon the price and carriages, at any rate when the NOTMUCH DOING. evening, and tne following boys were roll was of tobacco cannot be told at this time. OPENS WITH LARGE EECAUSE we make a specialty called very few were missing elected. Paul Elliott, Capt., Billy F. Keen speculators will try to reap a rich and a delightful evening was spent toThe second week of Circuit Court is Miller, Mgr. ; Glass Carrier, Secty. and ENROLLMENT. reward by watching the growth of the gether. Mrs. Noland addedlto the en of delivering when promised. U well on the way with good prospects of Treas. The boys will gc out on the Kentucky weed and also war conditions. joyment of ail by rendering some musiEfficient Corps. thp docket being entirely cleared by field at once to begin practicing. A Good may come to us out of all of New Teachers Added To ' It costs money for efficient cal selections in her own inimitable the end of next. Several hung juries new Foot B.ill has been ordered and ari tnese conditions as it is said; Necessity The Lancaster Graded School opened have resulted in some of the minor rived, and Foot Ball practice will begin way. :s the mother of invention" and we Monday service, but it pays us. with an enrollment of 400, may-fin- d that we are able to produce which is expected to increase during cases, in fact only one conviction has at once under the Yale College Coach, Mr. Dan Elkin. Also -- ve deliver by parcel post cr do without many things we have the week. The school is one of the resulted, which was mentioned in last School began Monday with a large been importing. issue that of false swearing before the county's most valuable assets and many grand jury. Case to out of town customers. of Frank Brown attendance and all the teachers are DAY BY DAY If you have any one in your employ, families have moved here to avail them- against Roy Estridge, for running into now busily engaged in getting the books you want to know how he is getting selves of the opportunity of having his horse with amotorcycle near Hyatts-vill- and all ready for one of the most sucYou are not their children receive a common school elong with your work. MONDAY. A larger resulted in a hung jury, eight it cessful year ever known. satisfied as a business man or woman education second to none in Central is said being for one cent and cost, number of pupils are enrolled this jear Eleven German Ships were sunk by to allow your dollars and cents to go Kentucky. the British in a naval engagement oil while four were for acquittal. The than last. The opening exercises were conduct- commonwealth case against Jim Raj' toward paying that employe without Helgoland. occasionally seeing how he works, and ed by Prof. Caneer, who called upon for stealing a mule from FORTY-NINT- H People whose houses are on the firing STATE J. I. Hamilton 31 IE if he is doing the most possible for several of the teachers for short talks. could not agree, 11 being for conviction line at Paris have been given three days you satisfied Miss Robinson responded, asking for vour interest; neither are and one for acquittal. CONVENTION to burn their homes. Paris is making with what you hear others say and cooperation on the part of the parents, every preparation for a long siege. The case against Robert Strange for especially if the reports are adverse and this was emphasized by the other shooting Marshall Herron last spring, Kentucky Sunday School Association, A German aeroplane flew over Paris Now teachers. Several members of the is set to what you would like to hear. for Sept. Sth. Strange having on Sunday. No explosives were dropLexington, October 20-3your schools, there are Board of Trustees also spoke. what about been indicted by this grand jury for ped, only a message saying that Paris 1 those there whom you employ and the uur towr nas utile ambition as a malicious shooting and wounding. Only id The Forty-nint- h State Convention of would be taken and a warning to you intrust to them is i respon- manufacturing center. There is a task indictments have been turned in by the Kentucky Sunday School Associa- surrender. nine sible one. You say what would you vast amount of enterprise, but it maniI have sold my stock of goods to give possessthe present grai.d jury, most of which The English are making every effort ':now about ii if you visited the schools? fests inself not so much in promoting are misdemeanor cases. Quite a num- tion will meet in Lexington, October to ion first of November 1914, but will have a raise a large volunteer army to help A splendid program is being arYou could tell whether or not tne child- "wild cat" plunges as in developeing ber of witnesses are in town, being ranged, there will be some of the best check the German advance. ren were attentive and seamed intent the things that make for the best home summonsed in the case of Sallie Sher-ro- speakers in the Sunday School work, Lord Winston Churchill, first Lord of You could It II whether town. The concerns and interests that i their work. who is suing J no. W. Scott, of music by a great choir, conferences on the Admiralty, in an interview to a .t was all play or not. You could have center in the home, the circumstances isuena vista, lor ;3.UliU, lor services all departments of Sunday School ac- United Press correspondent says that the pleasure of seeing your child's eye j and influences that constitute a desir-rendered him as nurse. tivities. There are about four thousand if Germany defeats Fngland and France light up with understanding at the well able environment for the homethese Sunday Schools in Kentucky and every then the United States is next in line. versed teachers explanations. Do your are the elements that should be most one of these is entitled to send deleThe German Asiatic Squadron is part; viit the school; it is yours; take assiduously rared for by those who PAINT LICK PLAYING gates. No money can be better spent iC inteiest in it bottled up in the Harbor at have the future growth of the city at SOME BALL. than by coming to such a gathering Tsing Tau. heart. Don't forget the ".Million Djllar Certainly adequate and varied proTUESDAY. and meeting the people who are doing Paint Lick beats the Richmond five the best things for the uplift of Ken Will make it to your interest to see us before Myterj"at Opera House Friday night. vision for education is a price requisite A long official statement is issued by on the latters ground Saturday by the tucky. Lexington is near the center of the French War Office reviewing the buying. from the point of view of the home. score of 4 to 2. Richmond put up some the State and is easily reached and, operations in Belgium and along the SALE OF GOOD FARMS. The home means children and children classy ball but was taken into camp by outside of the convention, has many at French frontier. A new retirement by demand schools, and a town which Som i good farms are being advertis--- d the sturJy five of Paint Lick, the game tractions for Msitors. Any one who is the allied forces is reported, while at claims to offer unique advantages to for sale in this issuj of the Record, wa3 interesting from start to finish. interested in making a greater and a the same time the statement is optiamong them being the farm of W. O. home lovers must possess not average The Paint Lick team since electing better Kentucky can become a delegate, mistic with leference to the opposition 3C 3L King en the Lexington pike and the but superlative school facilities. What- Mr. Rich Woods as Mgr. has not lost a For particulars write to the Kentucky which the French and British are of ever else is stinted the school must be P. King, known as part farm of Thos game this season and the ball she Sunday School Association, 712 Louis fering to the German well cared for. Those who today have advance. A the Gillispie farm near Lowell. puts up is due to the credit of Mr. ville Trust Building, Louisville Ky. the school in their charge can not exNo definite details are forthcoming A WELCOME VISITOR. Woods. actly see the form that wiil be regarding the general battle which DR. JEAHMEETSwiTH HARD- a quarter of a century hence, assumed The boys play all the team3 they where it is known, is a box cf our apparently is in progress all !ong the but they can and always come out victorPANAMA CANAL OPENED. sparkling ginger ale. orange scda or line. have it in their power to hasten or ious, the team works good together. On the 15th of August there was a SHIPS WHEN ESCAPother of our carbonated bet Tages. If seriously impede the brilliant educational The French War Minister has inspect you have not yet tried any or all of little ceremony at Panama that would ed the supplementary defenses around future. The highest development of them you don't know what a fine treat ING FROM WAR the schools in the year ahead is largely HOW ABOUT THIS LANDRAM have been in the limelight of the world, Paris, which are being rapidly pushed you have been missing. Dcn't keep or exsept that the German Emperor pre- forward in anticipation of a possible conditioned by those in authority doing y and missing it. Order a box empted that particu'ar spot for Ger- investment of the French capital The Depot Habit. their duty by the schools today. ZONE. many. On that date the Panama Canal commence enjoying yourself. in authority" does not mere"Those An Antwerp dispatch credits Gen. The people over to Danville still The following article which appeared ly mean teachers and trustees, but have the habit of "going to the de- was openea ior puonc tramc. thus Pau with a victory over 50.000 Germans i.-- the Army ind Navy Journal will be every patron. Illiteracy, sordid aims, pot" to see the trains come in and one throwing open for commercial purposes near Peronnes. Whether this is a new A interest to many as Dr. Jean is a ignoble standards, picayunish policy night recently when several hundred the greatest engineering feat of cen- victory or one to which reference was This Phcne 202. native of lower Garrard being the will cramp the work and delay, perhaps persons were on the platform the polka turies, if not of human history. made several days ago is not known. grandson of the late Wm. A. Berkele. prevent, the future development that were kept busy kteping the crowd was rendered possible by utilizing the According to official advices received brain force of the U. S. army for the Dr. and Mrs. George W. Jean, of is within the range of possibility. Let back so that trains could pass. We welfare instead of for the slaughter of at Washingcon, France is considering 122 East Thirty-fourt- h street. New the teachers and trustees continue to wouldn't have believed this! but we mankind. It was a proud day for Col- the advisability of moving the seat of York City, report a thrilling exeprience build with their best wisdom and liber read it in a Danville paper. LOIG-QCSIn fact, onel Goethals when he saw the vessels Government to Bordeaux. jn getting across the Belgian frontier. ality and the future will look well after we thought Danville had got beyond K pass successfully from ocean to ocean. It is reported by steamship officers Dr. Jean (Captain U. S. A. retired, the records. the depot habit a long time ago, and By this achievement the dates of com- arriving at Honolulu that British warA saying of Confucius bids us take who is an eye specialist, went over to that it was only in places like Burgin attend the Ophthalmological Congress the future as our consellor and do to- and Junction City that the majority of merce are shortened and the world is ships of Hong Kong are holding up all :n St. Pettersburg. He and Mrs. Jean day's duty in the light of future possi- the population made a practice of made neighbors. The construction of vessels, including those under the ieft Budapest' for Breslau the day war bilities. Those who direct the future hurrying down to the station to this canal was begun by the United American flag, and removing Germans OF of the schools of Lancaster and Garrard "rubber" at the trains. State Journal. States on May 4th, 1904, after other and Austrians bound to the scene of was declared on Servia (July 2Sth.) countries had failed in the execution qf hostilities. They waited a few days at Breslau, County and the people whose wishes Great Britain has joined with France the various plans that have been con hoping to get into Russia then decided they execute, will do well to ask them- XTUfDA DTIDfT fiD in objecting to the purchase by the sidered for four hundred years. It was to get to England by way of Belgium. selves what these schools will be ten, 1HDURU DUMILMV connot easy to find a man to head an un- United States of German liners in They got across the German frontier at twenty, thirty vears from now. Even nection with the plan to build up an Nesbrsthat into Belgium on Monday if the question can be answered but RILLED AT STANFORD. dertaking so vast and requiring in the supreme degree of ability to manage American merchrnt marine. evening, August 3, their train to Brus vagely, hints may be obtained as to the While escaping from the store of men, in addition to the highest techThe American Red Cross announced sels was stopped twenty minutes after probable lines of development, which Severance and Son at Stanford, after nical skill and engineering resourcefulthat it had chartered the steamer Ham had started, and just before the Bel will make present duty the clearer. it Hamburg-America- n Line, received, gians had blown up a tunnel ahead of Several new teachers will take the having robbed it and with the stolen ness. After two or three manager oe. burg, of the companies had which will be renamed the Red Cross AH the passengers were ordered places of those who resigned and one goods still in possession, Hugh Brown, great transportation it. Two Cars of Brick. out of the train at the Belgian frontier new teacher, Miss Delia Tinder has a negro, was shot and almost instantly I tried the work and gave it up, the and sail on Saturday for Europe. WEDNESDAY. Two cars of Sand, town of Belheun. This was about mid- been added. The following will make killed by Mr. A. T. Bromley, the well government put Colonel Goethals at night, and they were told that the Ger- up the personnel of the teaching force known insurance man of that city last the head of the enterprise- - Under his French troops continue to retreat to- -. Two cars of rough Lumber. Tuesday morning. Upon the negro's leadership the work has been brought man troops were moving on the town. this year. wards Paris, with continued efforts on failure to halt, Mr. Bromley fired the to a successful completion. Two cars of Cement and Lime. They walked seven miles to Vervies 1st Grade: Miss Brashear the part of the Germans to cut off shot striking him in the leg, death re2nd Grade; Miss Anderson. The distance from New York to San their retreat and divide the armies of where they were fortunate enough to Three Cars of Flooring, Ceiling,, etc. sulting by bleeding in a few moments. Francisco by water, around Cape Horn the allies. j 3rd Grade; Miss Tinder. hire a motor at three o'clock in the For more than a year Stanford has is 13,400 miles, by way of the Panama morning. 4th Grades; Miss Ezell of Chapel Hill That Turkey will take sides with ' When we buy in this quantity, our prices been troubled by a series of robberies Canal, They motored from Vervies to I Liege Tenn.-- ' succeeding Miss Dtan. The distance to Hawaii Germany and Austria and declare war got a train to 5th and 6th Grades; Miss Morris of and it is believed that this negro, Brown, is shortened 5,800 miles, and it is within a few days seems certain. are bound to please- (three miles) and then Ostend. Vervies was taken by the Warsaw Ky., succeeding Mrs. Darnell. has been at the bottom of most of them. shortened the same distanee to Manilla. A German monoplane again flew A coroner's inquest was immediately The distance to the Pacific ports of Germans at day break that same morn7th and 8th Grades; Miss Smith. a verdict in accordance with South America is reduced about 5,000 over Paris and dropped three bombs, ing and Liege invested before noon. High School; Miss Robinson, Miss held and which however did any damage They had practically no food and no Mason, Prof Caneer, and Miss Hatcher the above facts were returned, exon- miles. The distance to Asiatic ports is none of Dispatches from Berlin to the Ger- w erating Mr. Bromley however, and reduced about 4,000 miles. hours, and lost of Fayetteville Tenn., who takes the sleep for forty-eigPaint Lick, Kentucky commending him, for his timely appearman Ambassador at Washington deny everything except their hand luggage. place of Miss Nolan, Don't forget the "Million Dollar the reported Russian successes in ance on the scene and killing the negro1 Dr. Jean retired from active service in IrgliTrtUllrai a" death be richly deserved. Mystery at Opera House Friday night Prussia. Clothing sale Saturday at Moore's. 1906. ft . J. .:m4 7"W!rm ' $! s BONDlECTION if SSftfe Z&Sfe&B., wg Co, f. 'h il f HORRIBLE DEATH Lancaster Lumber & BASCOM FORD, Twelve Reasons simf Why Yon al d fur-nera- Should Buy Your Groceries of Us SCHOOL NOTES. BIG COURT" GRADED SCHOOL j Jo. 2kMwl de-live- ry THE WAR e, Balls Grocery. P IL IL 3. llao 3t& L'i vJ 20-2- 3. w ed New Full Line of Fall DRY GOODS, SHOES, Millinery and Ladies Suits and Coats. IL IL Ik M to-da- Lancaster tling CO. Bot- ?' Eleven Gar Load! Building Material. Just Burnam & Rucker, ht -- AX'ffi,--vJ- jV ,,,? l J lSi,Vll f -- ,jAl J.?. 44,- . JV K. i ' "S tVtWr & The Central Record, Thursday Sept 3 1914. Page 5 T ti M Brings you face to face with the desire to use and buy New Fall EPTEM ER! Ready-Mad- e 3 3 f . ,C- fril?.-.-. S ip both and the Material for making them. 1 f I . m ;, fsj pm in S- fsJ-- i!,iT& t ?.k- SK3v .iL-5i. - $m woa h 4 ifuix B:"W ) - BEL M iur .' -'ii weaay-to-- w 9 e if) j fv-.-.- rr M and we are showing an Elegant Line of New CAPE GOATS that you should see. We invite you to inspect our exclusive line of Ladies Ready-MadGarments. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ear ueparcmeiLx is 2 J WvEl yB-X?- 6 i ' :P4 ,Ttr fi re I t.--s i Y ' 33SiSSgS2 FS ESSiS HT U f V sseassK I Ho As Good as The Best Better Than The Rest. rf5i133S tnrMSRSZCEKI5SZi! Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. t TT fT U AT A T? T? Q jcsspjnssf Ja av .yv About e W&opLe f.r.ti T'SuiJion j sSSSi 53Kg53SfcSa3852S&SK& sg&s&ssfcfcssr. " Mr. Will Mees made a flying trip to Miss Laura Humi of Lexington i i the Stanford, Sunday nijjht. guest of Misses Mittie and Mary Lee Mr. V. Murray of Xnoxville Tenn Dunn. J. is a Kuest of friends in the city. A cf the Comings ana THE IMPROVED LOGICAL SILO FILLER FAMOUS DIRECT DRIVE. direct from main bhaft. Xon Clogging on any The Machine that drives, cuts and elevates ple. Compact, Low Speed Fan Non Explosive Cuts clean on all crops. Knives Can't Spring. Hoosier Disc Wheat Drills $55. vag Si Go i, yjsQCLIlu J2 t 5 Q-OTl Famous "Dull Dog" grip, self feed. Capacity based on half inch Used bv Experiment Stations evrvwhere. With or without trucks. One Lever Controls All. 19 C08Oe8eMt tup Jajsrjum ATTRACTIVE SUITS AT ft ' s e IjfljJ s e I 9 ATTRACTIVE PRICES. I . 31 THESE SUITS make it possible far a woman to be well dressed without paying exorbitant prices Can you afford to miss this op- m m portunity to get a really stylish Suit for so little money? BETTER come early, for Suits like these at such a moderate price are sure to attract great attention. I l Also a full line of One-PieceDress- es, m 2 m Waists, Separate Skirts Direct from New York. Public Square. Next to Citizens National Bank. i 5 Wqt itotjtmt m , ?ilzUiM iip . a of Berea, was here on legal business college this term. Friday. Hatcher and Kzell of Ten:'., Miss Allie Hendren has been in Richhave arrived to accept position in the SAD DEATH OF W! .Mr and .Mrs Robert Powell leftThurs Ladies awl chiMrcns .ew cut mond for a visit to Mis') Mav .lame?. half price at Moore. day for Suteerlandv Oregon, where they Lancaster Graded School. Messrs Lige and Uajcom Tortl were expect to reside permanently. i'i J. Mr. Marshel Kerriagen. of IRS. For Sale: Telephone Stek .. i"r, in Nicholasville for the Fair and dance. i Miss Julia Higgins came down from ton. came Sunday for a vwt to his "1'igeoii Xinnaird - dead', were the antsville Exchange. Mr. Jarne Gentry. Hallie B. Sweeney, Bryants . t k Miss Allie Arnold was in Frankfort Crab Orchard Monday and returned to cou-iwords whih passed in hushed silence for a weeks visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse her home in Richmond Tuesday. Mrs. H. M. Kallou, of Stanford, was from hp to lip Monday morning when S. X. Davis has more gdeds thar he ' Arnold. guest ' the sad news came from Middlesboro. needs and Mrs J. H. Walden and daughter, a visitor in our city Tae.daj. the is closing them at For twenty five years he has made duced priced. Miss Callie Miller of Cincinnati has Mary Catherine, are guests of Mr and of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. C. Gainf s. t .. . .i i:.i.ii i ' '"""esuiini ills Home, nui inpse nnu Miss Carrie Bolding of Vifliol-m-illarrived and will trim for Mrs. Kinnaird Mrs'C. W. Anderson, on Danville ave. mm best and mourn for Inni as Come to tile closing out sale cf t'e this season. is the attractive guest of her aunt, Mrs Know Mr and Mrs George Smith, Jr., are one person are the people of Lancaster, R. II. liaison stock of good?. Belle Scott, on Richmond street. Mrs. R. E. McRoberts, and Miss sojourning this week at West Baden, Frank Moore the place where he was born fifty three Miss Lena Bright and little nephew, years ago. Like u pall does his dtath Lettie May McRoberts spent the week Ind. They expect to return next Call on me for all kinds of fr.ir r.rd in Cincinnati. Gav le Doty are at home after a pleas- hang over the town of his nativity, ornamental trees, shrubs, hedge and in Bellvue, Ky. where he grew from boyhood to young Strawberry plants. Miss Bessie Brewer of Lecanon is Mr. "Billv" Cox is serving the pat ant visit to relatives Everything for here visiting her aunt Mrs. 0. T. Lay-to- rons of W. B. Ball and filling the posi-Robinson Cook gave a most enjoy- - manhood and held many positions of the lawn and garden. I reprefe't the of Hyattsville. best ntlserv Innrni. tion admirabiv. recently vacated bv Mr nhi - v rJrfo ...U..UU, omninir tn nmt trust Sim" J ".- ..J ..... Tnnriv w. Personally, Will Kinnaird won the, jas. a. Rojstor. Cut. a number of the jounger society set to Miss Helen Patterson has returned Zanone. respect of all men with whom he came i Xo. 2D0. Lancaster. Kv Kings Mill. from a stay of some length with relaMr. Robert Cotton, left Sunday for in contact by his genial traits of char- tives in Illinois and Indiana, his home in Michigan after a visit to jjrs. Fred Fu'sbie was hostess Tues acter. He was a splendid bnsiness man rami FCT Kent cut. Miss Lena Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jones on Danville dav evening at a six o'clock dinner, thp with in rv nnri i!icrl.. t.f niin.i.u Mts. Annie Pruitt end 17t acres, well improved. J mile honoree bein-- r Mrs. lWcv Xoland of and had built up one of the be-- t insur- Palmer of Stanford were here for the street. Graded School I mile of town. ?!rs. J. ance businesses in the state. ' Seattle, Washington. with Mrs. J. A. Amon. week Messrs. Frank and Chester Smith, 'J " t He leaves a wife, who before her X. Blanpied, Lancaster. Ky. of Dayton, Ohio are the attractive :Ir. Sam Sutton has retumed to his marriage was Miss Lilly Doom, and Misses Mary and Gertrude Gaines of , For Sale guests of their cousins' Misses Altha IlnmB ,n ffor two young (laughters. Besides his Stanford were guests for several days and Lillie Jones. ' visit to his sister Mrs. Llowl Bourne wife and children he is survived by two rem sixty acres oi lanu. of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines. Mrs. Booth Sutton and attractive and other relatives. brothers, and five sisters, all of whom on Sugar Creek pikt . jC0! Mr. James P Bourne. Jr. of Lexing little daughter, Virginia, have been have our sympathj in the loss of a be house, barn and plenty at waiter. Mrs. J. A. Roland and little daughter to his recent guests of her brother Mr. J. C. ton, has been over for a vis-i- t loved husband, father ard brother and Herndon & Walker, Lancaster. .Mary have returned to their home in the severing of another family tie. Morgan in the country. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bourne. Eldorada after a visit to her parents. Notice. Miss Martha A. Stephens left last Mr. and Mrs. Solen B. Ilenrv. Miss Elizabeth Anderson left this re The Citr taxes an J water 1 COCHRAN-BROW- N. week to trim in one of the leading Saturday for a visit to her sister, .Mr. Tl e Miss Viola Beagle entertained the William Steele Holman and Miss Allie due and must be pakl at once. millinery establishments in Carlisle. B. Brown in Louisville. Phaleatha society Tuesday evening at to An eager circle of iruests comnosed City must have this money ia ur Mrs. Bettie Dudderar and the Misses the Baptist parsonage. Inviting refresh- - of , he lmrnediate fnends and relatives meet expenses ami unless paid a c a t Miss Florence Da'vas, an efficient Yantis of Indianapolis have been visit L. S. r n. Q ing friends at McKinney and Stanford, employee of the local exchange. was ments added to the evenings enjoyment i 0f t;1t. contracting couple .vere impress will be levied. Dr. J. B. Kinnaird and sisters Mrs. ed with the fact ir.ot there is nothing called to her home at Highland by the l m: i :ii:.. t.Mr. and .Mis. J. t. Uenman oi serious illness of her mother. ?..: :i :.i ISO sweet as the realisation of "Love's Clarks best thread ! cts at M. Nicholasville motored to Lancaster and were in Middlesboro for the funeral ofounB dream , wnen they beheld the A Sure Relief Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey left were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex brother, the late Wm. J. Kinnaird. consumation on Tuesday evening, at Tuesday for Somerset for a visit of their 7:30 o clock, of the betrothal vows of e West. Dr. Byrne's Drulss, Pain . several days to their son. Mr. Frank Mrs. Ernest Sprague and little daugh- - Miss Gracie .Mae Cochran and Mr. P.us- - Test, 3nd sciefititlta'u j fitted (I- Mr. Allen Henry has returned to paRlp,roy :ind attend the fair. j ters Misses Chastine and Helen Eliza- sell Brown, both of this city, the mar-- I is what your tired Eyes tteeii. Birmingham after a visit of ten days beth have returned to Louisville after riage ceremony being performed by Hetel Keagar . Mr. Chas Zanone has resigned his to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Solon B. a pleasant visit to Mrs. Wm. Cook and the Baptist minister, the Rev. J. W. Sept. 2 t ac- position with W. B. Ball and has Henry. , Beagle. daughter. oepted the position as head,,bookkeeper ,,,, ,.;.. u.iu That the ardent ioe alfair would j Fctai Far Sale . ,, ... m i- t- i.e.. icy .. juo.... o.,.i i..i:u.i.ii - , . ..no. h-- wv Reverend L. B. and Mrs. Bridgers reach an early culmination was antici- - j spent the past we ek with Mrs. Charles TBiles from iOS 5 aci who held such an interesting revival j Denman in Nicholasville and enjoyed Mr V,. 0. Rigney and Rev. F. M. here for two weeks, and endeared pated by the many interested friends !er, will sell as a wHele er in r. the fair. Tinder, left Tuesday for Ashland, as themselves so much to Lancasterans of the popular young people, but the 11G 5 with inajHaYereems er 1" marital event was not expected to oc- - unimproved. delegates to the Christian Church State X. H. Bd Rockport m Miss Pansy Love ofhave charge Ind, convention, which meets in that city have gone to Virginia to begin a series cur until later in the month. Ixingtcr of has arrived and will of .Meetings. The handsome home of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Rella Arnold's trimming rooms this week. For Szk Reverend Arnold of Danville the S. D. Cochran was appropriately deco-- ! this season. Clever John Walker, of Hillhouse, Presiding Elder conducted the funeral raiej ior tne nuptial gathering, green Two Buggies, one new; 1 tli Mrs. J. H. Garrison has returned to Miss., is the guests of relatives and Monday morning at the Methodist and white being the prevailing color bred Jersev caw. 1 Malleable Kilfn Pollitt scheme of the spacious hall, parlor and just been used a her home in Eldorado Ark. after a visit friends in the city. His friends are all j civrch 0f little kmssp short to her sisters Mesdames Harris, Henry glad to see him and to know that he is the infan(. SQn of Reverem, g H. and other apartments; roses were abo proMrs. Lula C. as prosperous as he looks. in the elaborate emLawson. Mrs. Pollitt fusely in evidence and j m Mis3 Clara Miller returned to Char- - Miss Tommie Francis entertained at Joe S. Haselden gave a moonlight bellishment, while potted plants comFarm For Sale pleted the gala appearance of the enVn ., 95nr.flnv n dinner Tuesday evening. Those presloctnn .. . -j, nftnr ,,,i enc were,.ur. ami r.irs. j. jv. oiiiiui. picnic at Kings Mill to members of the tire interior of the attractive residence. Improved 104 acres, well v, m tlt'w. younger society set and a number of months stay with her parents .!.. CUM Promntlv at the appointed hour. .Mrs. Lies well and is in goad cor1' .,1 ! Messrs Clay Kauffman.Shiiley Hudson, thp n!(!pr spf nn TlTcsiIrfv pivninf. A Mrs. N. Miller. Misses Xancy Walker, Edna Kavan- - most bounteous luncheon was served J- U'erson heralded the coming mile of private school ami cK ' Miss Kathleen Hanley who has been augh. f ' haW' Iw,r b '"Pwvely ren- - mile of the General Mercanti.tr by the papular and genial host. making a protracted stay with Miss I denng the sweet strains of .Mendel-M- r. and postolfice of Marcellus. Mr. Ralph Arnold and wife returned Minnie Brown has gone to Danville for J. T. Eason of Danville, and ssoh's wedding march, the bridal acre. Write or se M. $: to Columbia, S. C. last Monday. Ralph Will Eason and son. Frank, of Bir- a visit to friends. Marcellus, Ky. couue passing down the hall and jn bllC IUVUI 1VM VOVil fct.l LiJ.4Vi M.JX kill. paid this office a pleasant ing potion beneath the archway, the , Mrs. Wm. Jones and daughter Miss p;ttsburg Field Fence and his friends call last Friday. These are old Lan- - v.,utnxui bride cowned in a handsome KENTUCKY RED BERKAnnie have returned to their home near ..,. to know .1... t i1H :a makinsr .1 caster boys and their friends are always b,ue traveling suit with becoming hat Winchester after a visit to Mrs. J. C. c.prps!, ;n this work ' glad to see them and to know that they and other accessories SHIRE FOR SALE. Robinson and family. The solemn words which sealed the Dr. Wm Burnett, who together with have been successful in business and 1 have 10 nice young boars fc- - s.i'r. Master C. W. Clark has returned to his wife and daughter have been visit- - are model young men. marriage vows were most beautiful his home in Lexington after spending ing here the past week have returned impiessive, accompanied by low, They are from Anna Bell ar.d r -Mr. J. F. White accompanied by the and t:e grand parents, to their home in Shelbyville. The of music; standing with Lady, the chsice of .j here. quite a while with his following young people, motored over sweet strains Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bourne. given up the to Crab Orchard Springs last Wednes- the contracting pair as attendants, gianddam of these boars is Lady cl the genial Doctor has about were the bride's sister. Miss Lillian Lake, second in the all age stake at s. Mrs. Sallie Ross Lawson and son practice of medecine and i3 dividing day evening, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stanford. Cochran and Dr. Wheeler. present between his Shelby George Walker Lawson have returned his time at Miss Mary Cottrell of Paint Lick, W. B. Denny, Lancaster Ky. The bride, a pretty, petite brunette, tf enjoyable outing upon the County farm and the "Colonels." visiting her sister Mrs. Askins, from an who is never looked lovelier than on her Great Lakes, Chicago and Indianapolis. Misses Mary and Alma Lear, of Miss Susie Case and Mr. Fred Hill. bridal eve, her face all aglow with Paint Lick, are guests this week of The start was made from Wilmore at h?ppineS3 and the fulfillment of a TWO SMALL FARMS Mrs. W. R. Gott and children have McCreary at Frankfort. C;30 p. m. After a few hour3 pleasantmaiden's joyous dreams; she is the returned to their home in Richmond, Governor FOR SALE. While there they will take in the Fair ly spent at the Spring they returned younger daughter of Former Stat after a visit to her sisters, Mrs. L. N. which is in progress there thi3 week home. One farm contains 15 acres of fine Representative S. D. Cochran and Miller and Mrs. J. M. Edwards of Mar- From Frankfort and the Fair ball. Miss Nancy Pope gave a picnic in j possesses an unusually grae.ous land with all new improvecellus. they will go to Louisville, as guests of of Miss Brient, her attractive j sonality tljs.has won her a wide circle ments hot water heated, hot water in Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gulley and Robert Mrs. John L. Woodbury, State Pres't visitor and Miss Arnold last Wednesday 0f friends. The groum is the sou of kitchen and bath room and one of the Lillard Gulley, Miss Edna Gulley and of U. D. C. afternoon.. ..One of the most enjoyable Dr. Brown of Stanford &1.1I i.olds a most convenient and best neighborhoods Mr. Stanley Gulley, of Mineral Wells Mrs. J. W. Harrington returned to events of the season was the theatre lucrative position with the Garrard on earth. Price 53200. Texas have been recent visitors of Miss her home in Clarkedale Ark., last Fri- partv given by Miss Nancy Pope in uank & Trust Comoanj. Tne wedding The other contains 67 acres of soft May James in Richmond. day, after a pleasant visit with her honor of her guest Miss Brient and Dr. jrjfts are many anr; har.dsame. thereby sandstone land which produces the 2 Miss Bettie Robinson of Campbells sister Mrs. Dora Miller, and other Cox, Miss Arnold and Mr. Byrd, Miss attesting tne popularity 01 the newly finest tobacco and corn on earth. Mise Arnold ' wedded pair. barns that will house 6 or 7 acres of ville, Misses Mabel Mason and Margaret relatives. While here, Mrs. Harrington Pope and Mr. Hagan They left in an auio for Danville tobacco, new 3 room house, and think Noland of Richmond, and Miss Susie made many nw friend3 who wish 'that has been in Cincinnati and Louisville Daring the where they took a train for Asheville of the price less than $60 per acre. Brashear of Cynthiana have arrived she may make annual visits here, and buying her fall millinery. S. H. Aldridge, Hvattaville Ky. and resumed their positions as teachers their best wishes go with her to her trip she visited her old home, Lancas- - and Hendersonville, North Carolina, to Oe gone ten days or a fortnight. in the Lancaster Graded SchooL, ter Ky.r Corbin Times. Southern home. Mis-se- s j -in. ,r Miss Gertrude Wilkerton, of Stanford is the guest of her cousin. Miss Willie Airs Nannie Evan Howling, of Junction City, the guest of friends in the Wilkerson. Miss Allie Hendren leaves today for city. Hazard wheie she will leach in the Coy J. J. T. prominent attorney Again the 'Sto-- K that broad smile tu..t only tre trained ..I 1.1 eye and careful observer cm detect. Mens Suits hh f prio at Moon Thi- - time Frazier Hurt wore the smile, andjthe young furniture dealers name is Uixnia i". 5o ami 75 cts. on thw F.G. Jr. The Record taker pleasure in it Moor-- . being one of the tirrt to wish this young man a .oiig and Useiul life. For. Sale O.: RT:-M- y ptaw . n I ingten Street. Mrs. SMa Fis: t i BOUNCING BOY. Reporter" noticed J YOU'LL FIND IT IS TliiS COLLKS. et f t- , n, 1 ...., -- i I i n!tf ,,, er j i li-.-- -: j -- I j 2-- 1 1 i i 2-- I I i tin. .... Wt ,:v. -- ! ' t I -7- -V ,, -- 9 r-- As-kin- per-hon- or J , .,. "!-- , .., -- &&?? ?'-- .Hte .y-- i Page 6 FOR SALE ON i The Central Record, Thursday Sept 3 1914. BLUE GRASS FARM SUNDAY Lesson X. SCHOOL. EMOTIONS ARE NO BAR TO VOTES Both Sexes More WITH APOLOGIES KENTUCKY WOMAN, SUFFERERFROM STOMACH ILLS, QUICKLY RESTORED Mrs. Belle Hawkins Uses Hayr Reraedy-"Nev- er , , To James Whitcomb Riley. Third Quarter, Fori Thursday, October 8th I will offer for sale at public outcry one of the best Blue Grass farms in Sept. 6, 1914 THE INTERNATIONAL Text of the Lesson, Mark xii, 23-3- at 10 o clock a. m. SERIES. 23-341-4- or Less In- fluenced by Feelings. 4 1 Golden Memory Verses, Text, Luke x, 27 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. Kentucky. Land will produce Tobacco. Corn.Whesi Hemp or any other crop. Weil ler.cril and well watered, four tutural springs and one fine pond on the place. Farm is never without an abundance of water Locust posts on the place enough to amply take care of it. Young orchard now bearing. Farm is 2J miles from Richmond on good pike and in splendid neighborhood with schools and churches That we take Paint Stain from all convenient. Twelve Room Dwelling On The Place. kinds of Fabric Ladies are liable to One of the best frame dwellings in ruin their garments with a little paint the county and in excellent repair. stain Do not despair. Leave it to Splendid cistern at the door. I will sell the above in two tracts of us and we will return it perfectly clean about an equal amount, and then as a at a (small cost. whole, the way bringing the most money will be accepted. cash, balance on TERMS X. Possession terms to suit purchaser. givn January 1, 1915. with privilege of cultivating prior to that time. For particulars address LOUIS FAULKNER, .Mgr. 194 Acres AH in Grass. THE EXCITABILITY By VIRA BOARMAN HOUSE. OF MEN. WHITE- - When de peaches am in season an ( watermillion's red; When dere's spare ribs, ham an gra- by an de good ole cracklin bread. When dere's possum and dere's taters you kin alius hab er treat; An eben goose an turkey am mighty good to eat. But all de fancy fixins cannot ketch dis nigger's eye. When de dumplin on de table an de chickens in the pie. I Perhaps You Don't Know Lancast ar Dry Cleaning Co Phor.e 23 . INSUflb Your TOBACCO against Hail, Now It costs no more to protect it from the start, than to wait This lesson onsists of three parts the question of the scribe whom Matthew calls a lawyi-r- . Christ's sreat question and the record of the widow' two mites The first is recorded by Matthew and Mark, the second by Matthew, Mark and Luke and the third by Matthew and Luke. Bavins answered and put to silence the Pharl-FeeIlerodlans and Sadducees, lie is now approached by one of the Pharisees, who was a scribe well acquainted with the l.iw. Ill question K "Which Is the jrreat commandment in the law?" or "Which is the first commandment of all?" Ilere was another tempter, and yet the Lord graciously condescended to answer him. If one came to us In the same spirit and we knew it, would we be gracious enough to make reply? Our Lord left us an example to follow nim in all things lie meekly replied to this critie. quoting from Dent, vi, 4, M. F. ENRIGHT, IS, the summary of the 5: Lev Richmond, Ky. Ten Commandments, which Ilis own Phone 91-Long Tom Chenault. Auct. hand had written twice on the tables of stone, that the righteousness which ' Is required of us is to love the Lord our God with all our heart, soul, mind ille, Sapt. and strength and our neighbor as ourBarren-Glasg- ow. I Sept. 30 Oct. 3. selves, adding, according to Matt. xi!, 40. "On these two commandments Boone Florence, Aug hang all the law and the prophets." Calloway Murray, Oct, The scribe confessed that He had anCampbell Alexandri, Sept. 1.3. Christian Hopkinsville, Sept. 29 to swered well and saUl that to do this was more than all whole burnt offerOct. 3. ings and sacrifices, to which Jesus reFranklin Frankfort, Sept. plied. "Thou art not far from the Fulton-Fulton, Sept. kingdom of God." Hart-Ho- rse Cave, Sept. The scribe saw more clearly than KENTUCKYSTATE most of his fellows that God looked SEPT. for a right heart rather than anyKnox Barbourvilie, Sept. thing merely outward. He understood Larue Hodgenville, Sept. and nil simithe words of Isa. I. McCracken Paducah, Oct. lar words concerning the abomination Monroe Tompkinsville. Sept. that Israel's sacrifices were to the Nelson Bardstown, Sept. Lord because it was all mere form, all outward, without a thought of the for Pendleton Falmouth, Sept. 9 13. glveness of their sins or their need of Pulaski Somersat. Sept. it. In the first sacrifice ever seen on T..dd-Elkt- on, Oct. earth man gave God nothing, bad no hand In it at all. The Lord Himself did all and provided freely the redemption clothing that man needed One-third I 5. WAR InTuROPE IS A FAMILY AFFAIR. it comes to "family rows" the say that wo HE men shouldn't vote because they are too emotional. A recent letter in the New l'ork Sun, referring to Commissioner of Correction Katharine B. Davis, saw, "Probably there never has been and probably there never will be a woman thoroughly capable of holding a position where the faculty for calm rea soning and not emotion is the prime requisite." This opinion is a surprisingly common one among T Vhen si. : TektdcryIaTr dates. Allen-Scottsv10-1- 2. u. 4. 5. 23-2- 0. FAIR-LOUISVI- 14-1- 9. 2-- 4. 0. 10-1- 5-- 9. 2-- 5. 2-- 4. 3. SSS) s-H&- The law of God, which is so holy and Just and good that man cannot keep It and which has been kept perfectly only by Jesus Christ, who Is the true ark or tne covenant and the mercy Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE I seat. Is always intended to lead us to down a chick's throat cures gapes, A few drops In the Christ, who is the end of the law for drinking water cures ana righteousness to every one that bellev-et- h prevents cholera, diarrhoea (Rom. x. 3, 4; xiii. 10). The great andotberchlck disease. One i 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of and all important question is not what medicine At all druggists. we should do or should not do, what Office at Citizens! National Bank Sample and booklet on "Diswe know or Is Fowls" Sent FREE. but WS&& eases of Remedy Co. tJihjtoa, Ij Jesus Christ do not know, thinkwhat of Lancaster, Ky Bourbon ye to us, what Christ (Matt, xxii, 42). To these Jews who expected a Messiah, a son of David, hut who did not understand the prophecies concerning Him and Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. that He was to be truly a man and yet truly God In one person, the quesArrive. tion as to how the Messiah could be No 10: 5:00 ,a. m. David's son and also David's Lord was To Maysville, connecting at Kichmon: what might be called a poser for them with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; According to Matt. xxii. 42, He askKsfat Winchester with C & O to Lexing ed them. "What think ye "f Christ?" The Silo That ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & , (or the Messiah). "Whose son is He? Tbey replied. "The son of David Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. Gives Then came the difficult question for JlSsSK. Satisfaction No 71; 8:35 a. m. them, "How doth David in the Spirit, To Rowland & Stanford connecting in the book of Psalms, call Him l.ord, Has the famous doors & N to all points South saying. The Lord said unto my Lord, at Rowland, L that swing on hinges No 28; 11:04 a. m. Sit thou on my right hand till I make convenient to oper To Richmond, connecting with L &i tn'ne enemies thy footstool?' " (Ps. ate keeps silage perN to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington 1.) Jesus Himself answers the queswinter and !' In John xvi. '1$. He said. "I & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. tion. SUUUIICIi came forth from the Father ami am No 70; 11:50 a. m. come Into the world." As Mintpriv Write for oar oiler and To Richmond, connecting with fast says In his harmony, the question can Silo Book Mailed Free train to Cincinnati. only be answered ariulit as ret denizAlso ret offer on the Lansing SUo and No 27; 2:09 p. m. ing the fact that Christ the light mnnlne SUberzana Silage To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon ' forth and came from IIK Father in Cutter. Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling heaven, and thus is David's Lord. Green, and at BardUowr. Junction to wliile. as beiiiK man. He was "of the Silo Co. i coiise auu unease or n.iviu ami mi Incorporated was David's son. In Him were unitNo :'; 8:42 p. n. j ed the divine and human natures Lexington, Kentucky To Stanford, connecting with fast (John i, M4; 1 John I. 1. ') Ohm of train to Bnsto. & Atlanta the very last titles that He j;ies Himself In the New Testament is "the and the offspring of D.ivid" (Kev. x.ii. Lounty Court Days. 1C). David fame from Him as His Richmond, 1st. Monday. Lord, and as m.iii He camp from Da Paris, 1st. Monday. Official Directory Of Garrard County. vid. He is the Son of Man. inlieritins Frankfort, 1st. Monday. all things, and He t sit on Daid's Circuit JnOce Hon. 1'i.nrie A Hardlu. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Personally i throne (Luke I. :Kt::i C"iiiinnv'(-iltliAttorney Hon. Emmet Pur Lexington, 2nd. Monday. am comforted by the fact that as per)cr Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. fect man He knows me thoroughly, Circuit t'lcrk William B ."i.un. and as (Jod He is able to to keep Sheibyville, 2nd. Monday. Muter Commissioner V. It. Ilrown Trustee Jury fr'uncl Itenj. K. Kobino and to present me faultless because Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Official C"jurtsteiiormber MUsSue She'by I have accepted Him as my Saviour. Danville, 3rd. Mond?; . Mason He had taught them to beware o' Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. County Judge C. A. Arnold. Pharisees. Sadducees and Ilerodlans. . C. Walker. County Attorney Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. and now He says. "Beware of the County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. scribes," mentioning their desire for Deputy clerk Harrj Tomllnwin. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Coroner J, A. Jones. praise of men, their seeming religious Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Sheriff C. A. Robinson. ness and at the same time their oporge T 3illard. Deputy LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. pression of poor widows who-- e offer Hig AiiperiuleiidMiil .Thfi. MN Jennie Winchester, 4th. Monday. ing of ns little as two mites sometimes git's. Monticello. 4th. Monday. counted more in His sight than the Assessor Pave Sunders. Versailles, 4th. Monday. abundance of many rich people. The Deputy AsseMor K. B. Ray Jailer Dave Koss poor widow of our lesson cast In all Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. that she had. even all her living. This W. Elmore. Treasurer J. drew her very near to Him. When auy MAGISTRATES. one says "This is the widow's mite" The undersigned hereby gve warn- as they give some trifle to the Lord, i. K. White 1st. Dist. I.ogaii Ison 2nd. Dist. ing to all persons not to trespass upon say as kindly as possible, "Make it Jotir.8. Ildm 3rd. Dist our lands for any purpose whatever as two. or do not mention it, and do not Coldlron 4th. lttiK James we will prosecute all offenders to ful compare it with the Bible story unless COUNTY BOARD Or EDUCATION est extent of the law. Hunters and. It Is all yon have." Tiioinps Arnold. Jr. 1st. Dit Fishermen especially take notice. . D McMurtry. 2nd.vlIt. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. O. J. Uendren. 3rd. Dlst. Diarrhoea Quickly Cored. Ed & N B Price Thorou P. King. 4th. Dist. J. W Sweeney CITY OF LANCASTER. W. G. Anderson John M. Farra Mayor I.. G. Davidson. J. H. & W. S. Wearer. B. L. Kelley. "My attention was first called to City Judge J. P. Prather. Cholera and S. C. Henderson, B. M. Lear. Chamberlain's Colic, City Attorney J. K. Robinson. W. S. Embry Diarrhoea Remedy as much as twelve A. J. Caddell, City Clrk F. G. Hurt. H. C. Arnold ye airs ago. At that time I was seriously Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. City Assessor John H. Mount. City Treasurer W. F. Champ. Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. ill with summer complaint. One dose Chief Police L.E. Herron. W. B. Ray. S. L. Rich. CODNCILMEK of this remedy checked the trouble," J. C. Morgan. J. II. Dalton. ' Parker Gregory. writes Mrs. C. W. Florence, Rockfield, We will add other names'for Seen Sam Cotton. W. M. Zanone. Ind. For sale by all' dealers. W. O. Qoodloe cash. Or. J. A. Amon. later on in the season. Insure it with ONE (Gen. HI. 21) HOP F. P. Frisbie L. &N. - 1 'I 1 H Mil Sill I c. wiSfect,y pro.-eede- Southern nt POSTED woman suffrage. At the root of it there are two assumptions: That women when they vote will be more emotional than men in their relation to public afVIRA BOAISMAX fairs and that emoWllITEllOLsE. tion in the conduct of public affairs is altogether undesirable. Since women as yet have taken no great part in political life the first of these assumptions must be based on the fact that women in private relations have shown themselves to be more emotional than men. Undoubtedly they cry more easily. They may be moved more quickly perhaps to the expression of pity. Their judgments may be more rapidly taken and less carefully considered. But how much of this is due to difference of training? So far the world has inisted that women should have interests only of a personal or familiar kind, and when they express themselves in a personal manner it exclaims, "How emotional!" Men Also Emotional. Men, however, do not show themselves altogether destitute of emotions in private life, although their emotions may be aroused by different interests and may be expressed not by tears, but by swearing, shouting or hat throwing. The ideal of a calm and stoic silence under every strain seems to be passing away. Our college boys watching a football game are not unmoved. They stir themselves to an emotional excitement by songs and college cheers. Our legislative bodies are supposed to be exceedingly dignified in their conduct of political business, but even in them scenes of an emotional nature are not unknown. In other countries they are frequent. During the past winter tue Herman reicnstag has been in an uproar of excitement over the Zabern affair, the Austrian house in a tumult over the delay in passing a bill giving more ower to the representatives, and the Italian chamber, rivaling those scenes in a discussion over an election reform, has shown that men do not always consider questions of government with judicial diguity. Wars, which bate been the affair of men, have seldom been ei.terod into through cold calculation Kiiiotion will be found to lie at the bottom of the final action. It was intense indignation at the treatment of the negro and pity for him that had much to do with our civil war. It was also a mixture of sympathy with the difficulties of the Cubans and indignation at the sinking of the Maine that brought on the Spanish-Americawar Kecently, when war was threatened with Mexico, the calm decision of the statesmen of this country was to avoid a conflict at all costs, but when Mexico refused to salute our flag in a specified maimer war seemed imminent. There were excited group-- , of men through out the country who gladly toon this refusal as a gage of battle. The only concerted action taken by women, however, in this connection, far from contributing to the excitement, sets itself against It In New Yoik they calculated coMy the cost in men and worn and held a great mass meeting of protest at f'ooper Union upholding the real determination of the administration In Washington to avoid war if possible. Emotion Is Necessary. Umotiou. it may be suggested, is not merely a feminine characteristic but a human one. shared alike by both men and women. With men it seems perhaps more productive of violent results lawless deeds as well as noble wars. But who would banish all emotion from a nation's life all sympathy with the unfortunate, all indignation over wrongs, all generous desire to uelp without carefully counting the cost? Men are emotional in their own lines, they have shown themselves emotional In public afllairs. Women, too. are emotional in their lines, but it Is too early yet really to Judge what effect the emotionalism of women will have when brought to bear on the conduct of public affairs. If their emotionalism, however, can "look upon the great Industrial problems as human problems" perhaps that is Just the quality the work! of politics most needs. n people who oppose war that is now taking place in Europe i3 the biggest affair of the kind that has ever been known. Altrost all the waring sovereigns are kin, most of them being cousins. King George, Emperor William and the Csarina of Russia are all grandchildren of Queen Victoria. Here In brief is the way the heads of royal houses are related: 1. King George V. of Great Britain and Ireland, everybody's cousin. 2. Tzaritza of Russia, first cousin of King George and of Emperor William. 3. Emperor William of Germany, grandson of Queen Victoria. 4. Queen Maud of Norway, sister of King George. 5. Queen Sophia of Greece, sister of Emperor William. C. Queen Victoria of Spain, first cousin of Emperor William, of King George and of the Tsaritz of Russia. 7. Nicholas I I., Czar of Russia, first cousin of King George V. 8. Queen Helena of Italy, daughter of King Nicholas of Montenegro. 9. King Albert of Belginm, cousin of King George V, of Great Britain and Ireland. 10. Crown Pincess Militza of Mon-- I tenegro, cousin of King George. 11. Ling Haakon of Norway, first of King cousin and brother-in-laGeorge and first cousin of the Czar of Russia. Crown Princess Margaret of 12. 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Chamberlain's liniment. 1-- are ever troubled with aches, pains or soreness of the muscles, you will annreciate the eood Qualities of Many suf Chamberlain's Liniment. ferers from rheumatism and sciatica have used it with the best results. It is especially valuable for lumbago and lame back. For sale by all dealers. If you Knocks Fbes out la a ufy aad keepsA f them away irom HORSES AND CATTLE ' Cnmthrm immediate relief bom the lor- t. A a i .1 " , yjL Ti lUre OI OKS. UWiUiwca mm rfti.. GaLIl, S gais.4. Moaejiwcn I I Try R . TOY KNOCKED J fS rTTirwwnK ajHimwufiSi I Stormes SUBSCRIBE FOR ur a The Central Record. Conn Brothers $1.00 Per Year. u Vj The Central Record, Thursday Sept 3 1914. fciv Page 7 ay Jte-- jt j , , iwWMoiieottoHW WATER I When You Want It Where You Want It - i CARDS. ooooooooooooooo OOOOCOOOOOQ SOFT, FLDFFY HAIR AIDS METHODS OF ERADICATING WILD ONION. The wild onion, or garlic, which causes an annual money loss to farmers of millions of dollars a year can be erad-icteby careful methods of cultivation, according to Farmers' Bulletin No. CIO of the Department of Agriculture short ly to be issued. The wild onion is the worst weed pest in a large part of the territory in the Atlantic coast region from Massachusetts to Georgia, and as far inland as Missouri. It not only gives milk a disagreeable odor and flavor, but when the onion bulblets get in wheat they give the flour made from it a pronounced garlicky odor and taste. On Boards of Trade, wheat coitain-in- g garlic bulblets in considerable quantity is graded "rejected" and is then sold only on sample. Such grain is generally sold at a price ranging from 20 to 30 per cent lower than No. 2 Red. Miilers often refuse to handle onion infested wheat, as the bulblets gum the rollers and add greatlv to the cost of grinding. In the case of harvested wneat, the bulblets become lighter and are more easily fanned out in from six months to a year after harvest. Where it is not practicable to hold the crop that may long, the infeed grain be artificially dried in an ordinary gram drier, after which the bulblets may be readily removed by good cleaning machinery. of For information write Agriculture. Washington, D. C. d D-p- City convenience brought right to your country home. Think what- it would mean to have an abundance of water under pressure the year round, ready just where needed at the turn of a faucet. oo i BEAUTYAND PERSONALITY Fairbanks- - Morse Pneumatic Water Systems give service equal to and in many respects superior to city sendee. A water system is the greatest comfort in the rural home. Lighten the work for your wife and family by install ing a plant. We build outfits for any size farm or suburban home and assist you in working out all details of installation. Write today for copy of Catalog No. GM I io Kitcho Girls and women of all ages want to be charming, beautiful and attractive ! it's their birthright but stringy, thin are you going to get a First Class and lifeless hair destroys half the beauty of a pretty face. If your hair is not beautiful, is falling Blocking Hair a Specialty. We are out. streaky, full of dandruff, too dry. here to stay. The old reliable barber or if the scalp itches and burns, use Parisian Sage. Rub it well into the on Richmond street. scalp. It willgojright to the hair roots, nourish them, and stimulate the hair to Parisian grow strong and luxuriant. Sage removes dandruff with one appliaa-tio- n cools and invigorates the scalp and makes the hair doubly beautiful. Parisian Sage is a scientifically made preparation that gives the hair just what is needed to make it soft, fluffy, Prices Right. thick and gloriously radiant. Good Service. It i: Phone 354-inexpensive, and can be had from any Lancaster, - - Kentucky. druggist or from R. E. McRobert-- . WHERE GASTORIA J6JIJ For Infants and Children. Hair Cut and Shave : cflsfoRii 3 So a ivj Henry Duncan. A. M. BOURNE -i Bears the WMSSSBSBBQ S ignature : Itng iftc Siomciis sniBowelsor i 3 FEU CENA cdelabbPf crarai Br c. sirailaiingifjcKoojarHjReg, A ALCOHOL T- The Kind You Have Always Bought & vf Xiie Auctioneer. Proractcs Ophuu DigestionJCkctfii-nessandPst.Ccntainsreii!t- lorphinc nor Jliacral of ISOTAAHCOTIC. BxijxcfG'j.ikszi'ZEirmm Pintflb Sad" Aw D. Pryor, r. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Jit. ileiii'oit Littls slo'.vlv. jHubaa F. Preston is improving JkLetcaaiSilt tJ LZEdLTl ILU-- . Outfits f urnishwl for operation hy tncine wmclnill. e'et "T'c moXnT iT JL tv LaUu, Bros. Haseldesi Ky. Lancaster, 15 laufOry & "'"'.SBOfi ca 7r X Ml k ESS Lik Mfc LU U U W B5HKB3 hi tj. Ft& c& pfcj. k Ai "T1 1. ,4 ri "kSJi vi tS N2S.H eVJ. is M BS"-- S ET lit .JE! C .rv-- ' ssls G2 trJkzzsk Read about Glen LiW Flour on page b llrs. T:n. Vanderpool and children Office at Rtiiney s Livery Stable. of Lexington are visiting relatives here -- -- Big sale Friday and Satmdav at Kentucky Lancaster. Moore's. Rogers of Danville spent .Mis Be.-si-e last week with her sister Jlrs. W. L. Grow. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dean spent the latter part of the week with relatives in Jessamine. Miss Jean Thompson spent thts latter !. .. .. W.. TrTtirmw. firntlnntt OnfiV.-i- r ! part of last week with Miss Martha ..j . Glasses Fitted. fatifactlon Guaranteed. Curtis at Bryantsville. I Mrs. Mattie Montgomery is .spending a fev.' days with her brother Mr. J. E. Montgomery at Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean. Mr. J. and A. Dean and Mis Bettie Scott attended the Nicholasville fair last week. Mrs. Linda Duncan and daughter Mrs. Kult" and little son of Danville Opposite Post Office. were the guests of Jlrs. Ernest Montgomery ednesday and Thursday. Bath In Connection. Mr. Hunter Ray makes a hustling road overseer, the hands were all on the road and put in good time and the road is in splendid condition for fall and winter weather. -A I fliigrnaKsr. Slvst . tnt.'--' -- e Aperfect Remedy forCcnsfipi tiop.,SourStonacIi.I)iarrtea fejo;S PscS'ciac Signsrare cf UStC ra ' The Cejjtauk Kcsi-Coo-axt-; (J W !3sIfi S g IO C NEW YORK. -.- .-. irrcui-.iK- . 8fl3? Miss Barbara Gnllev spent Sunday r.ight with Miss Her Hill. Mrs. Mollie Fain was with her daughter Mrs. J oo Kay Sunday. Mr. Frank Pierce of Louisville is with his sister Mrs. Oscar Ray. Miss Vivian Prayther spent last week with Misses Minnie Brown and Luciuda Carter. Mr. .Meade Teater and family spent Sunday with Mr. ar.d Mrs. Herbert r: uAiiti Exact Ccj-- trC?S i EK&SRXBBmgaffl. fca;- mau Tr fJAAJMvf-- b iv j arvi -- L - ,i Use For flyer Thirty leers si is E?5g55. S a f rtr vs Guaranteed undcrt. FotriM of W-zpe- r. - 42 S3 THE NEW SK 2,W B i iik M 23 W SiJSSS' B K.1 111 "Wj WA K--i Ti H THCCtNTAUNCOKMhf hCW TCflH C -- T m2?z?&?m Barber Shop ?G aie,rrop Gut &3&iM&&&& u'iiitaker. Miss Ruth Rav left last Tuesdaj for Pearson. III. where she is going to teach school. Mr. Bascotn and Isaac Brown were with Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Brown Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Walker Bradshaw and farm spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill. Mr. L. W. Sanders and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr?. Jamie Sandeis at Hyattsville. 0. Fine Flowers McRoberts. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rkmedy. For Every Occasion ? f 0- When in Lexington why not stop at a Garage where prompt and satisfactory services are rendered. We have the largest and best equipped Tire Repair Shop in the State and our Mail chine Shop, which is modern in everj' respect is handled by the best machinists obtainable. All our work is guaranteed and our . pjohn fill. iw. o Physician and Surgeon & LANCASTER, KY. "I advised the 'boys' vhen they enlisted for the Spanish war to take Cholera and Colic. Chamberlain's Diarrhoea- Remedy with them, and have received many thanks for the advice given;" writes writes J. II. Houghland, Ildon Iowa. "No persor. be whether traveling or at home without this grat remedy." For tale by all dealers. - WASHINGTON deals 8a Pennsylvania Avenue, at 18th n. Sts. Ce'.Klel St') 51.50, 52.00 wp. F.J3ES. b xv."' vu Kf. -.. ; - ' ' - !3:! ' . .: - r : ;: v:3 rlz -- ? " .1 HATXS: . . itaH, Frmtt Jjft up. 52iC,J3.C I. P r JlcGHEAHY. , 0. Office u o 0 prices are reasonable. Eeptr&l 135--13- 3 mm South Limestone. En 7, js Lexington, - - Kentucky. : feVTS0'f &0f&$)$ s JffllaifsDnnk-fiQjoincnsDrum-Qverpo- dus BATTLING WITH ARMY WORMS,!' Mr. Stanley Gulley has been visiting friends here. s V Once Hoa-The army worm N continuing " See prices on everything at Moores. . io to 1; 1 ji. m. to ;. $i Its campaign of devastation In Miss Bertie Walker visited her sister the eastern states U K D. Soy- - ", mour makes the follow ins sug- Mrs. H. B. Kay. 9 ';! gestlon In the New York Tribune '.' Mr. Lizzie Walker was the guest of as to melliixK of lishtin this D3NTIST. Mrs. Itolinda Hill. Z i, enemy to gartlen and farm: Phone 05. Lancaster, Ky. Read about Glen Lily Flour on page 8 V Since the ailwiiu-- of a horde of V, the Insei-tis a remarkable s!Iit ?, Miss Mamie Brown has been the at' guest of Miss Virgie Bourne. : it is usually easy to know when " tractive I. they are approaching. Immedi- Mr. Joe S. West has returned to his ately your Held, lawn or. if pus- - ; home after a visit to Mr. Creed Sim ; ,: sible. your entire property slmuld !' p. be protected awiiu-- t lliem !y the . simple expedient of plou ins fur- Miss Lydia Logan has been the charm V '" Kentucky. ing guest ot Miss Maggie Hicks s.t : rows around if. leaving the s'.do Fa.mt Lick, Loyd. toward the advancing worms Rev. Dugin, of Lexington, was with ? smooth. Sliding down this, they '. Mj. and .Mrs. E. B. Ray Saturday and ; accumulate in the trench and t S to 12 a. m. Phone Ofiiee Hours ( lto4-7tf, may be destroyed by dragging :i ," 229. p. m Sunday. log along the furrow. One enter- - Miss Ella Mae Hagan, of Lancaster, '.', prKing farmer ran his auto-Wlieeler is visiting Miss Lillie Sutton andBuelah ?' mobile back and forth with two H. K. Denny ani . A. Beazley. f, wheels in the ditch and killed " Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Miss Stella Ray has returned to her '? them by thousands. Or smooth. OC.ice. 'Mornies lluildlnsrover Hurt it Ander straight .sided holes may be dug '", home after visiting her sister Mrs. t.oir- - Furniture More. b in the furrows twenty feet apart. Virgel Layton. ' KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. Don't forget the Christian ' Endeavor i, into which the Insects tumble, to ! at Antioch every Thursday at 7:30 p. m. S be killed with kerosene, hot iva- - "' tor or by crushing. All are invited. Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. ',. OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, raiia wourt, Indian Grill Room, Tea tkacnx Colonial Furnishings, Library. Grand Pipe Organ, OrciiestrE. Write fcr IHcstrated Booklet "B" vith smoll rnap. 3- - Wajlt&b p s H. J. PATRICK, Dentist o9 CLIFFORD M . LEWIS MANAGER. GKiwrga zwm&gzzzz StavmS3f313Sa BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS Effective from August 1. 191 1 to AcRU't 1. ml 3 a:.! guaranteed against any reUuction during th.t time TOURING CAR RUNABOUT TOWN CAR - j A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Residence Phone IJvinlt 9 v Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Noel visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schooler, of Madison county. .i .''' Pugilistic English. The teacher was instructing the class in the rudiments of the Knsllsli Using the word "indisposition.' " 1S0. e. $440. $690. . "John." she said, "make :i sentence Oflice Phone 27. 3 LANCASTER KY. IMlf 9 i - wpigwdr ,- . '' ' i Victor Boeaert Go. Leading Manufacturing JeweSers&Smporters 133-13- 5 West Main St. -:- Lexington, - Kentucky. No doubt you are, if ycu sutfer from any of the numerous ailments to which 2ii women aresub-jec- t. Headache, backache, sideache, nervous-nes- s, weak, tired feeling, are some ot the symptoms, and you must rid yourself of them in order iofeel well. Thousands of women, who have been benefited by this remedy, urge you to John, who was evidently of a pugilistic turn of mind, assumed an pose ami announced: "When yoiise wants to light you stands in dis position." Youth's Companion. Capital. "Let me illustrate the difference between capital and labor." said the rich uncle to the Impecunious nephew. " "Suppose I give jou "That's capital." replied the nephew. Extending his hand for the money. London Telegraph. Same Weakness. "How do you like yonr new teacher. Tommy?" asked a visitor. "I don't like her at all." replied the little fellow. "She's just as fussy as my mother is." Chicago News. No man win possibly improve in any company for which he has not respect enough to be under some degree of restraint Chesterfield. !t v. o. n. irwii. -- !i 'f lui'y tlnltu- I liileil imp" ill Ameri'in u. Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum elficiencv in our factory production. an2 the minimum cost in our purchasing and sales departments if we can reach an output of 300.000 cars between the above dates. And should we reach this production, we agree to pay as the buyer's share from to $40 to ?tS) per car (on or about August 1. 1915 every retail buyer who purchases a new Ford car between August 1. 19M ami Augut 1. 1915. For further particulars regarding these low prices g plan see Madison Garage. and profit-sharin- New York, Brussels, BelRuim. TAKE- - igorously good and keenly f 1 delicious. Thirst -- quenching I I m and refreshing. 1 Fruit and Shade Trees TREES Strawberry Phlox, Etc. Cardui The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., says: "Before taking Cardui, I was, at times, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain in my back and head nearly killed me. After taking three bottles of Cardui, the pains disappeared. Now I feel as well as I ever did. Every suffering woman should try Cardui." Get a bottle E-today. 68 Plants I THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. The national beverage and yours. e 'Ill Q m Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. Vice )ENi;Y, President J. E. STOKMES, JMBKV, Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- l of L ' Dasud lte by full ncne Euks&uUoa. J&KEhffKfSwW NirVr.Mrei encourege VWnimfjH Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for-fre- e R. T Mm r1fava IYamWaaVa T?nnmHin. fforsMllfl i lfaA4atlA Ann monv hrlr If It fails Co r lieTo anr mcha in anr part of the bodr Inl fifteen minutei ume. jrrieo GOc Jit All Druggist fltftfl VAnralffl Vftfnfl- - Vnni- Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, r. OnteVIr - Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. . Wheneier vou tee en Arrow thiol: Coca-Col- a. THE COCAirOLA COMPANY . ' 'Atlanta. Ga. rVMfVV Jg(iSj5I WfarGEmm Catalogue. No Agts Fn uopl and dreular H.F.IIillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Nurserymen since 1841. 342 Ei Mnt s nqnait. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, Main St.. Uxtoaton. Kv. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny. J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. tjt .' -- twii - bt fry- - "( fil&& 'rVa.- - 'V"VutA-- .' w Page 8 Before prices advance. til W heat. Tri.ixi.o'fbla.y We can supply your wants at prices that will please. See me for a complete line of CJ Four Strong Points. Qood e9ee$$9$06$$99$9efte$e8ifft$399eftee ' and other Seeds. You will save money by buying your SEED now. Phone 70. "T3!" "Tr33 B& JL e w jEmJLlmt rJL JLJl&kJbJsJ 1 Clean Milling IN The Central Record, Thursday Sept 3, 1914. ' WBSBdSSSrSi iNtSMKSiKBfSSHBS) f msaasiteima&vSpfflGi MKaK5AM"3aS3rafiEEZSBH assiKsaacsBiansE'Easassisaia a IV- - Vl C3& 1W LJOla, 3L- - !7y X $ a V Fok Sale: A few more extra nice white Leghorn hens at a reasonable price. Mrs. Jno. 0. Doty. Matksbury. Ky. Crystal White Orphington pullets for sale. Ready to lay. $1.00 each. J. T. Preston, Camp Nelson. Ky. For Rent For 1915. -j - ""WJE-r- irn. i 3- lU a :! I 81 o I have two good houses, tobacco and corn land for rent to responsible people. Tsatns and tools furnished, if so desired. For other information call on Sweeney Morgan. R. F. D. No. 4, Stanford, Ky, I SiZitW&mmm HOW ABOUT THAT I I $ FPSg: ijjCS' ?:.3';-.- i Registered Hereford Buii IN Blend o Bleach If Bleached and Blended Flour questions your health, why take a chance? Use The $1,500 stake at the Shelbyville SEASON 1914. Fair was awarded as fellows; Jack Barrymore owned by Shrophire and Matlack 1st; Allie Jones Princess V. Two miles from Lancaster 2nd; Powhattan Stock Farms Ricneiieu Richmond pike. King 3rd; Mrs. R. T. Lowdnes Mary Yandell Fox 4th. R. E. if Service $2.00 Cash. ill!. on the i M til m Feed of all kinds will be scarce and high in price this coining 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. I w HI HENRY. S GLEN LILY AND BE SAFE. STATE OF KENTUCKY. COUNTY OF ROCKCASTLE Personally came before me a notary public for and in H:.' bfoiesaid county and state. Mrs. J. C. Moore of Mt. Vernon, Ky., who being duly sworn depo'ssA and says:- - That she entered (7) seven cakes in the exhibit at the Mt. in their respective classes, that in Vernon Fair held at Mt. Vernon, K.. on Auj. 5, 6 and 7 1914 fur the best those exhibits were 14 cakes entered in competition to the sven entered v her, that the judges awarded her the first premium on six of her cakes and second on of them; that sr.z made tiuse stfen cakes from GLEN LILY FLOUR made by the Garrard Milling Co., at Lancaster, Ky.. and that she purchised this flour from R. & E. B. Cox at Mt. Vernon. Ky., from their regular stock. (Signed) MRS. J. C. MOORE e FOR RENT FINE LOCATION GENTS' FOR CLOTHING FURNISHINGS. For Sale A farm of 113 acres, five miles from AND Lancaster near Buckeye pike on good I j ! dirt road, stone house with with eight iM !- rooms, new tenant house on place with three rooms, 2 good tobacco barns. I propose to make two rooms of my vioou tanu ior nemp, looacco ana all double store room in Lancaster Ky, grain, if interested call on. Dave These rooms will each be 2cx$5 Plate Anderson. R. F. D No Lancaster, Glass fronts, nicely shelved, I want to Ky. rent the East Room (the other already 1 , W. P, KINCAID, District Agent. Stanford, Ky. I I tii I V. J . U!.;t at the same time and place appeared V. H. Fish of Mt. Vernon, Ky. who being first duly sworn deposes and says that he was the secretary of the Mt. Vernon Fair Ai.eiatJo, and had charge of the books and other records of the said fair, that Mrs. J. C. Mo 3 re entered (7) seve. :al:es in the exhioit where premiums were offered for the best cakes, and that he upon the certificates of the judges issued to Mrs. J. C. Moore six (6) first premiums Also rented). This East room will be dpcorated to suit renter, and is a fine roomforGents Furnishings and Clothing there being but one other such line in town. I will rent same room for othr lines r.f business. R. H. Batson. RATES OF TUITION GRADED SCHOOL. Lancaster. Ky.. Aug. 17,'U. The Lancaster Graded School will open on Monday August 31. 1914 with a fuli 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 in the past has been excellent. The following are terms for tuition per term of a months: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Grades 3 9.00. 12.00. 4th, 5th and 6th Grades 18.00. 7th, Sth and 9th Grades 25.00. 10th 11th and 12th Grades Tuition must be paid in advance. No one will be allowed to enter the grades until the tuition for five months has been pa'd. 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. and one (I) second premium on the seven cskes entered by her. hibits. There was a total of 14 cakes entered in the ex- 9 (Signed) W. H. FISH. Subscribed and sworn to by Mrs. J C. Moore and by W. H. Fish before me this the 17 dav of August 1314. 3. Albright, Notary Public. Rockcastle Co, Kv. My commission expires Feb. -- i. 19i3. E. " STATE OF KENTUCKY. COUNTY OF GARRARD ) Personally appeared before me a notary public f- and in the aforesaid county and state, Harry CrutchSeld who being duly sworn states that he is the head miller for the Garrard Milling Company of Lancaster, Ky.. andTia3 been in this pasitinn for the past three years; that lie has full cnarge of all the machinery and manufacturing plant of the said firm; that the said Garrard Milling Co., has no machinery for the BLEACHING or BLENDING of their flour in their plant and that they have not had any to his soecial knowledge, and that all flour made by this mill is made from SOUND. CLEAN WHEAT AND NOTHING else. HARRY CRUTCHFIELD. Subscribed and sworn to before me bv Harry Crutchfie'd, this the 29th diy of August 1914. W. 0. Rigney, Notary Public. Lancaster. Ky., My Commission Expires Feby. 9, 191S. -r i OF Garrard Milling Company. Lancaster, Ky. oooe Having decided to change my business, ARM. iiaEiiJt3ES 1 I will on FARMER'S COLUMN I 00OO0K9OC0 oyy For Sale; Farm of 23 acres, two and half miles from town on Buckeye pike. New improvements. Price and terms reasonable. C. A. Wearren, Lancaster, R. R. no. 3 Mr. W. T. West has a good Southdown buck for sale. THURSDAY, . Fos months old. OCTOBER 1st, '14 A No. 1 Short Horn Bull dpn.ee below tins lieaCmg Is for tue excln- Marksbuy, Ky. Mr. W. M. Smith, of Point Leavlle, lve use ot our farmer subscribers, ana :s lor New Phones That Are Not Listed In The (he sale of stock, gram and such tilings on has 23 head of steers that will weigh Ftrayed from my place about three farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver- from 700 to 1000 pound, he wishes to Directory. weeks ago, a dark red male shoat tise. No notice will be accepted oer four sell at 7 cents. weighing about 75 lbs. lines, and will beoulylti .wo issces of the Cut out and paste on face of Directory. xcobd, free of charge J as. N. Denny, R. F. D. 1. 318-- J Arnold, Ashby A nice southdown buck strayed from Res. V. A. Lear's last week and was last Bratton, Jim I believe I have the best Southdown 384-Res. Bastin's Jersey Sale Sept, 10bh. seen around town. Any information Burnside, Robert Res. buck in the country, for sale, and 2 of 310-will be appreciated by its owner. 309-the best Duroc boars in the world. 200 bushels seed barley for sale Cecil, T. E Res. J. M. Cress. 330-- J Walton Moss. I Phnn- - SSO C, J. F. Robinson. Cummins, W. C Res. K. Prwnr-lipraviil- Jas. Sutton, NEW PHONES Wanted; 4000 tobacco sticks. Mr. A. T. Traylor, of Lincoln, has he will sell on one years time. Walton Moss. 24 head of good sheep and an extra 1,000 bushel of seed Barley for sale. good Shropshire buck for sale. Wri'e , For d Plymoth Rock egg?, him at once for they are in demand. Call office phone 160 or residence 153. Ht3. J. A Hubble A. F. Sanders. R. R. No. 1. Eubank, Ky. ' FORSALEjOne yearling horse colt, Tinder and Robinsons Duroc Sale also a good family mare gentle for A No. one Kentucky wheat drill good Sept. 19th. children to drive. as new, for $20. Jno O. Doty, Jr. J. T. Henry. Mr. G A. Morgan, of Spainey, has Marksbury, Ky. 300 bushels of nice seed rye for sale. Mr. Mit R033 of Paint Lick, bought Write him. LOST: Between Preachersville and 15 heaoj of 800 pound cattle of Wm. Write des- Lancaster, last Saturday, a United Simpson, for 6J cents, and 18 head of Wanted a small farm. States tire, 32 x 4, with rim attached. Billy Moberly, that weighed 650 pounds O. Wearen, Route 3, cription. Please return to Record office, or Jones at 52 cents. These cattle were contract Lancaster, Ky. Anderson, Preachersville. Reward. ed for last Oct. Bud Pollard has some nice sows and Mr. J. G. Burnside, near Point Leav-e.1For Rent; For year 1915. with pigs he will sell some one at a bargain. would like to graze about 20 cattle seeding privilege this fall, 150 acre See him quick if you want a bargain. piece of grass for 30 days. He farm with good five mini jmmiii 30 Mr. J. F. Robinson sold 23 head of lsobas3 Ky Red Berkshire boars, acres wheat, 20 acres corn. 3acres tosheep to Bright Herring for $5.25 a weight M0 pounds each that ar? for bacco, rest in meadow sale. Fred J. Conn, Lamater. Ky head. SALE;-Barre- James I. Hamilton has 60 good ewes, 207-- B 362 372 365 363-- 211 389-A 81 y. Disnon, Got Dalton, J. H Francis, Goe Francis, John Goines. Mark Johnson, John Jones. Mc. ti King, W. O Re. ...Dry Res. Res. Cleaning. Res. Res. Res. Room. , at 10 A. IV! offer my farm, 4 miles from Lancaster on the Lexington pike, to the highestand best bidder. This farm contains 137 acres, more or less, with good improvements, consisting of 8 room D.welling, all necessary out buildings, with good tobacco barn, sufficent to house 6 acres of tobacThis farm is well located, near good school and in splendid neighborhood. Sixty acres of this farm should go in small grain this fall and seeding privileges will be granted. Possession will be given January ist. 1915. co. t ' 75 76 202 203- 217- 350- 312-- Res. Long. Robert Res. Lunsford, Miss Eliza Room. Lancaster Bottling Co Moore, Frank Dry Goods. Masonic Club Walter 1, on-aii- i and-gcHB- . Montgomery, J. E Robinson, J. F. 339-- J Schooler. J. S 357-Smith, W. At 311- - Tillett. Miss Sallie 382-- F Walker & Rich 342- - Walters Jno 867- - Woods, W. B. Q Res. Res. Res. Res, Res. Res. Res. Res. At same time and place will offer the following personalties: 1 family horse 9 years old, 1 bay mare 6 year $44, 4 Brood mares with colts by side, 3 pair two year old mules, 1 pair 5 year old horse moles, 2 no. 1 good saddle horses. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. Col. I. M. Drum, Avctioaeer. W. 0. Ing, Lfacaster, Ky. r ' -- f.