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LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 10, 1914. 1 NUMBER 23. &&s$z&&s88 I Tk t jj c -- HAMILTON PUR- CHASES AUTOMOBILE. THREE DAYS EARLIER TALENTED SINGERS AT llltSJ llOpIiJlSlJIpr-- 1 rl'iSlOi'Mia w -- it t nr n a new For'! automobile with the intention of offering it for livery purposes to the people of Lancaster. Mr. H. C. Hamilton has purchased The revival that is to begin at the Christian Church as announced in our CHRISTIAN CHURCH REVIVAL last issue, will begin on the 17th, instead of the 20th. The prospects for a great meeting is very flattering. MRU for FARMER YS v WLX fi T.j:?--r-va- 1 a We are headquarters FREE LECTURE AT INDISPENSIBLE TO SUC- Is The Time LVJ SCHOOL AUDITORIUM. Prof. C. D. Bohanan, of the agricul- j - CESS OF STATE FAIR. BLIZZARD CUTTERS if " Vcrvt- UOgXAJ XA1AJL11& fn11i-r- r with good Trnnr Picforn JTISUI WOlli cool water. Let Job us do you a First-Clas- s of GUTTERING tj AND REPAIR YOUR ROOFS I jJJ. I before cold weather. --- .- We carry at all times a full line of Cistern Tops, Cistern Cup and f; Chain Pumps and Force Pumps of all kinds. Also Bam Door Tracks, Rollers and various patterns of Builders Hardware, 8 fi LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS CONN 3RQT Lancaster, Ky. Flease hand us that $ $15. Suits 57.00 f MRS. JOHNSON SALE. On the fifth page of this issue the bill of sale of Mrs. Lula Johnson. The sale will consist of at Moore's. Tobacco cutting is in full swing. and household effects. Don't Fall vegetables are plentiful and of forget the date Friday Sept 18th at the splendid quality. residence of the late 'Squire Sam See prices on ladies and childrens shoes, at Moore's. i A BARGAIN. Cool nights remind us of the near apHaving moved to my farm, I will sell proach of the "melancholy days." my house of S rooms and 1J acres of You should see the $15.00 suits at the land, on Danville street for less than Fashion Shop, its value. New roof, bath, house lateIf you want bargains come to the ly painted, large garden, plenty of fruit, desirable home. Apply to G. A. closing out sale at Moores. Swinebroad or Hughes & Swinebroad. In Boyle county new corn for November delivery is being engaged at $3.50 per barrel. the theme will be "Sociology where he will hold a position and Country "entry department" of the Kentucky Life" and the public is cordially invited Newman. State Fair under Secretary Lige has held this position for the past several years, end so efficient have his MRS. J. B. HOUSE services proven that he has grown to DOING NICELY. be indispensible to the success of the big state show. Mrs. J. B. House who suffered a broken limb a few weeks since by being thrown from her cart by a runaway TEACHERS AND TRUSTEES pony, is doing as well as could be exCLUB TO BE ORGANIZED. pected and while owing to the nature of her jury, it will take some time, her The teachers and trustees of Educa- complete recovery is expected. The tional District No. 2 will meet at the young Mr. Duncan, who was injured at Consolidated School Building at Buena the same time is also getting along Vista on Saturday afternoon Sept. 12 nicely. at 2 o'clock for the purpose of organizing a Tecchers and Trustees Club. BLUE BIRD TEA ROOM Oilier teachers and trustees who desire to attend will be cordially welcomed. OPEN AGAIN AT DANH.LE Educational District No. 2 is rapidly Visitors in Danville will be pleased to forging to the front as one of the most earnest localities in the county in the know that the Blue Bird Tea Room at the corner of Lexington and Second cause of education. Streets has reopened, after being clos ed for a few weeks during the summer. WHEAT TO BRIM HIGH As was the custom during the spring. the regular luncheon will be served PRICES NEXT YEAR. from 12 to 2 P. M. and refreshments, With the prospect of the European salads, sandwitches etc. will be served war continuing for a ear or two, as a throughout the day.; great many predict, the price of wheat is sure to be high r.ext year. It be- W. A. ARNOLD SOMEhooves every farmer to put in a large crop this fall and no doubt many will WHAT IMPROVED. take advantage of it. With wheat at On last Sunday night the condition of $1.50 and corn possibly bringing a $1.00 a bushel, what more could the farmers Mr William A. Arnold, who has been of this country wish. Take our advice ill for some time of a complication of and sow wheat in every inch of ground diseases, was thought to have reached a critical stage, and his relatives and that is available. friends were exceedingly uneasy about him. He became unconscious, refused BETTER INTRODUCE nourishment and grave fears were entertained for his recovery. However, THE NEW BOOKS. on Tuesday he rallied and has shown steady improvement since, and his phys Miss Higging, County SupL. has been icians now entertain hope of his recov- advised by the publishing houses that in pursuance of the law they will send out Inspectors this month through the various counties of the state to see that GOV. the new books recently adopted are OFFERS $150 REWARD being putinto U3e. These Inspectors are expected to reach this county about the For The Siaycr Of J. Mori Eothwell. latter portion of the month, and all teachers who have not already done so Gov. McCreary has offered a reward had better at once introduce the new of $150. for the apprehension of Dudley course of study as required by law. Shelton, who shot and killed J. Mort Rothwell in Crab Orchard a few weeks ago, and at the same time shot Town CHAMP CLARK ON Marshal Sam Ramsey. It is thought that the reward will ILLITERACY. prove sufficient incentive to bring Shel. Speaker Champ Clark, who was once ton into the hands of the law. The a school teacher in Anderson County, authorities of Lincoln county where the Kentucky tragedy occurred, have been loath to Kentucky, writes the Illiteracy Commission of his experiences ask a reward for Shelton, being of the in teaching adult illiterates in his day opinion that they would be able to apschool in Anderson County. He taught prehend him without it, but finally desmiddle aged men, who had returned pairing of this they concluded to ask it, from the army, and o'ther adults. and they are firm in their belief that Speaker Clark is one of Kentucky's the fugitive will soon be surrendered. distinguished nativs sons, andiswatch- - Mr. Ramsey continues to improve, and the illiteracy campaign with great in- his friends hope soon to see him out. He sends to Kentucky terest. teachers enlisted in this campaign a CIVIL CASES IN message of hearty sympathy and good cheer. MC-CREA- ture department of State- University, Elijah Evans Ford, son of Judge A. will deliver a free lecture at the AudiD. Ford, left Sunday for Louisville torium, next Friday evening. His in - ?&m ' nem2!3SSm m 15s smm 5H 1 International and Fairbanks ftlorse GASOLINE OIL 3jj ENGINES. E These Engines and 2. W. E. STRATTAN Mr and Mrs W. E. Strattan will sing at the Christian Church Revival which will begin Sept 17th. They are a tal ented couple. Their solos and duets !S are sunerb, and will be a mighty force in the work of the meetings. Mr Strat . tan is a barytone, possessing a voice of II unusual sweetness and power. He will rcj have charge of the chorus work as well as doing solo work. Gutters are the best known goods made. Sold by HUvSfiiilia M E ( 2"W Htife b HTU 2j a fly en 31 afgiajia ta rst W 12 p 1 ar u Wu i JK rpjj rpvj a j;g,J1 E i !UJ' ;' S5 R 5 H fl S s turn Ha H as & sa fei & && S5 &. vs !& .s. :r Xw iSfgj&ipiiQ'g..r ft IE1 LET'S SWAP IT OFF. Lancaster philanthropists are in communication with the Department of Justice to ascertain if it would be a breach of international law to dispose of our cannon to some of the warring countries, who doubtless need it worse than we Jo. All negotiations will of course be declared off along this line, if the city council shows a disposition in the near future to mount the cannon for our own defense. IfIE 3 Specialist JSHS the THE WAR, DAY BY Qcienlific .&&&& MEANS MEANS Saving expenses cription charges. of Sw erviGe trip to city ar.d pres- a thorough examination of ycur eve3 by a specialist of 16 years experience, without change. SUNDAY. A London dispatch states that two German cruisers have succeeded in sinking fifteen English fishing boats in the North Sea. The Austrians admit heavy reverses at Lemburg. The Cossacks in pursuit have turned the well ordered retreat of the Austrians into a rout. The position of Paris is even more critical. The German army is only thirty miles from the French capital, and every effort of the Allies to turn the Kaiser's force has failes. The Allies have, through their ambassadors, signed a compact not to quit the war individually, and that all peace negotiations shall be in triplicate of France, Russia and England. MONDAY. Official reports say that the Belgians have repulsed a German attack, upon the City of Antwerp. The German army invading France was forced to retire at "several points along the 120 mile battle line before Paris today, and the out look for the Allies was much brighter. That the Russians are staking all upon a desperate effort to take Berlin at all costs now seems certain. The Russian army has been divided into two large armies, one of which will march upon Berlin and the other upon Vienna. TUESDAY. Gen. Pau wires the London Evening News that the Allies won a victory at Precy SbOise, in which the Imperial Guard, under the Crown Prince of Germany, had been annihiliated by a British force Paris reports tnat the Ailies have advance their left wing without much opposition and that several engagements have favored the French and British. The Russian army operating in Gal-icis reported still to be driving back the Austrians. The casuality list caused by the blowing up of the British cruiser, Pathfinder, by a mine in the North Sea, resulted in four men killed, thirteen wonded and 242 missing. The population of Pari3 before the war was 4,400,000, official figures today shows a population of 2,010,000, owing to the mobilization of the army and the departure of the fugitives. WEDNESDAY. All eyes are centered on the campaign in France, for it it felt that battle proceeding there is the tlrst real crisis of the war and will have a vital effect on the final outcome. A dispatch from Petrogard says there ere signs of a general retreat of the Austrian3 on there whole front. It is also stated that Hungarian sentiment is reported to be growing in favor of Russia. ia a proper correction by glasses of any Optical defect or eye strain at prices you can afford to pay. All white metal frames best lenses Gold filled frames Solid Gold frames, best lenses $2.50 to $4.00 to $0.50 $7.50 to $H. $5.00 to $7.50 "Shurns" best lenses "KRYPTOKS" ,TORIC" and "COMPOUND" cluded in the above prices Lenses not in- Specialist in Eye Glass Fitting will be at LANCASTER, KY., Wednesday, SEPT 2 to 12 OFFICE AT KENGARLAN HOTEL. I I J. J. BYRNE ' 1 1 1 & DO The builders are hustling to get their You can get the Lexington Herald "BABE" CUNNINGHAM structures under cover before the com- including all the news of the war: all ing of bad weather. the markets of America; all the local OUT AFTER ILLNESS. small black pocket book 'at news of the Blue Grass, for only $1. Lost:-Uncle Bony Cunningham, well known picture show. Some small change. from September 1 to January 1, less throughout the county as "Babe", is than a cent a day. Now is the time to Return to this office. illsubscribe for the onlv morning paper able to be out after a loig siege ot ness. Bony has dug at least fifty per Farmers are complaining of a scarci- published in the Blue Grass. cent of the cisterns in Garrard county, ty of labor to assist in the cutting and and in his best days was a past master housing of the splendid tobrcco crop. THE SICK. at this accomplishment. Several months The Baptist Ladies Aid Society will Mr. Johnson Price who has been suf- ago he wa granted a pension, which have an exchange at W. B. Ball's store fering with typhoid fever is improving proved very timely, for shortly thereSaturday. Sept 18th. Evervthing.good rapidly and his complete recovery, after he was taken seriously sick and to eat. barring complications, is but a matter was confined to his bed for many months and the stipend granted him by Many farmers are earnestly hoping of time. Uncle Sam will prove rf vast benefit to that frost will hold off awhile as this John F. Walker who has been A T - IT TODAY. CIRCUIT COURT. l&ww&witmmiWi A jury in the Circuit court awarded J. Fleece Robinson a verdict of $125. against W. B. Mason as Administrator of the estate of Martha Lusk. Mr. Robinson sued for remuneration for his services in attending to the business affairs of the late Martha Lusk during the latter years of her life. Miss Sal-li- e Tillett wa3 also given a verdict of $1131. against Mr. Mason as Administrator of the same estate. Miss Tillett sued for remuneration for her services in caring for and attending Mrs. Lusk during the latter years of her life. In the case of Sallie Shearrer against John W. Scott, a verdict was awarded the defendant. The plaintiff sued for the sum of $3000. for services rendered Mr. Scott. The case was stubbornly contested, the plaintiffs being represen ted by Messrs Lewis L. and Green Clay Walker and Judge J. J. Green-lea- f of Richmond, while Mr. Scott's interest were cared for by Messrs R. H. Tomlinson and J. E. Robinson. As the Record goes to press the case of Mrs. Hallie B. Sweeney against Jas. I. Hamilton is in course of trial. to&mmi&m. j? Stove AND a - -- i relatives in Lancaster, and who exweather is adding many pounds to the pected to return to his home in Hill- tobacco crop. house, Mi3s., was prevented from doing The wise man will lay in his winters so by illness. He developed a high supply of coal early as that commodity fever, and it was at first thought that will in all probability soar in price this his candition was serious, but he is imwinter "because of the war." proving and it is thought he will be A good many Lancaster people are able to take his journey within the next developing severe cases of fishermans few days lever, which can only be cured by a GOOD PRICES REALIZED. trip to Cumberland or Rockcastle river. The extensively advertised sale of The old prediction of low prices for tobacco are being heard frequently, we Lutes Bros, attracted a large crowd to have heard these predictions frequently their place near Danville on last Thursbut have never yet seen any Garrard day and good prices resulted:- - yearling mules brought$97. per head, aged mules county crop "given away." from $200. to 350. per pair, brood The use of lime as binding material mares from $50. to $100.. milk cow3 for mortar originated in the remote from $49. to $60., 18 yearling-heifer- s, past. It is probable that some savages $23.50 per head, 18 fat heifers $42.50 when using limestone rocks to confine each, steer calves $28., heifer calves their fire noticed that the stones were 22.59, medium steers $39.25 per head, changed by the action of the heat. A 17 small steers and one bull (to J. passing-showe- r may have slacked the Fleece Robinson) $33.75, 19 heifers $32:, lime to ajfeste, and they discovered 23 head steers and one bull $41.50, 24 that the paste was smooth and sticky head feeding steers $60.50. and was a better material than clay to Besides thc& stock advertised ther.e fill the crevices in their crude dwellings. was a goidfr&yMfMogsiqjconsign- From this discovery it was but a step ed for aNt4MpJfotron''1& to add sand to the paste in order to yearling sfeSfaadtOtiv, to aJbuncb. vof produce! amprtar. U, ,S .Geological feeding' cattle, aip all commanded a Survey ' frnnn nnp nwiv rnHrKfv. hc n -- him in his declining years. Nor is there a person who knows Bony that will begrudge him his good fortune. INTERESTING SESSION OF. W. C. T. U. Last Saturday afternoon the Womans nnstain lemperance union held a peace Conferance which was very much enjoyed by all present. The President Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird, rrade an interesting talk, in which she depicted the horrors of war. Several selections were read and delightful music ren dered by Mrs. Jessie Sweeney. After the renderingof the program the annual election of officers, to serve for the ensuing year was held and following were unanimously elected; President, Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird, Vice Pres't. Mrs. I. D. Austin, Recording Secy, Mrs. Jennie Embrv, Cor. Secy. Mrs. Mariah Kerby, Treasurer, Mrs. Ed. Price, Vice President from Methodist Church, Mrs. .John Mount, from Baptist church, Mrs. J. W. Pumphey, from the Presbyterian church, Mrs. J. B. Conn. Vice-Preside- nt Vice-Preside- nt CIRCUIT COURT. fy'J$" '' ,. Circuit court has been grinding pretty effectually throughout the week, and much important litigation has been dis posed of. Judge Hardin has been unfortunate in that he has had a good number of "hung juries" in petty criminal cases, which amounted to very little, and the inability of the juries to agree will put the Commonwealth to unavoidable and excessive expense. R. Lee Mitchell charged with false swearing gets an indeterminate sentence of from one to five years in the penitentiary, and John Wateon, the negro who strained the credit of the-Citof Lancaster by buying feed from the Garrard Milling Co., ostensibly for See prices on Ladies and childrens their use, was given a year and a day Moors. 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. ii:-- i. wwir -- ?vJ' va. shoesat at Frankfort. fclV.SV'.'L'i.'J-- Ji. IftllltnPnvi " - .yg'frl m'jt''li. - K "3v- - Page 2 Th C&fttral Record, Thursday Sept 10 1914. HHIHHHBHHHHlHHHHaHIHHHIIHHHIiBIHBI Chamberlain's Colic,, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rkmedy. when they enlisted for the SDanish war to take Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with them, and have received many thanks for the advice given;" writes writes J. H. Houghland, Ildonlowa.' "No person whether travelinR or at home should be Without thie fs " tiiicujf. " T? oaic rrroat lui Dy ail dealers. 50 Head 50 Head "I advised the 'boys' Please Take Notice The profit on School Books is so small, we cannot afford to charge them and while we have done so in a i Robinson DUROC & - Tinder's .,,) 1 ItllUNA VISTA few instances to accommodate pupils, we must insist that they be paid for AT ONCE. BIO- JERSEY SAL At Lancaster, Ky. Saturday, September 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. Garrard and Red Chief Jr. d Best Breeding to be found. Big, Growthy, Prolific, Smooth, Healthy, Vigorous, Good Backs and Hams, Good in Quality, Pedigree and Individuality, None Better. So don't miss this Opportunity to GET THE BEST. Beep-bodie- Miss Nettie Ison visited in Lexington last week. Several from here attended Conference at Wilmore left week. Prof. I. D. Hacker was in Lancaster Saturday on business. Biice Sechrest made a business trip to Lexington last Friday. Mrs. Clarence Ruble of Wilrnore is visiting Mrs. Evan3 and famil y. Rev. J. W. Simpson of Maysville has been visiting J. S. Ison this week. Mrs. E. J. Poore of Stanford was a guest of Mrs. J. E. Scott part of last week. Miss Lucille Asher of Harrodsbvrg is the pleasant guest of Miss Lucy Jennings. Mr. and Airs. J. W. A3kins visited the family ot R. R. Ison in Wilmore last week. Miss Floience Christopher visited Mrs. Thompson in Wilmore during the week's end. Mesdames Benj. and Clarence Lane of Louisville are with their mother-in-laMrs. Amanda Lane. Acute Indigestion. McRoberts Drug Store. t ' i m T.a : 5f ft ; ' s.flte J f If your house is similar in style to this one i: would be exceptionally well painted with Colonial yellow body, whits trim, creen blinds, weathered roof and white sash. For the whole job use paint made of hoenix Dutch Bey Fainter Trade Mark and pure linseed oil, simply adding tinting matter to the lead and oil to get the desired colors. Paint of this kind is durable, smooth-wearinj- r, economical and protects the house from rain, sleet and snow. Let us tc!l you what it wili cost to paint our hoi:s with this Listing pa.v Less than you think we're ccrtas. ft Do You Own A Pure Bred Boar? If Not, Why Not? Buy one at this Sale and WATCH YOUR PROFITS GROW. e Jersey Cows ana Calves, Three Brood Mares and Colts. Will also sell Eight Head of Sale to be held at Ross' Stock Yards, on Stanford Street, promptly at one o'clock, Rain or Shine. For further information see or write, High-Grad- "I was annoytd for over a year by attacks of acute indigestion, followed by constipation," writes Mrs. II. J. Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried 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 realized that I had gotten the right thing for thev helped me at once. Since taking two bottles of them I can eat heartily without any bad effects." Sold by all dealers. PKKAUIIEltSVlLLlS. Mrs. B. 1. Lur.sfcrd is able to be out again. The protracted meeting began at the Baptist church Sunday. Rev. R. B. Baird and wife are at the yearlyjconference. Mrs. D. T. Ross, of Union, visited her daughter Mrs. Fado Parks. Miss Vina Ross, of Union, visited her sister, Mrs. Fado Parks. Miss Rinda Pettus who has been quite ill of stomach trouble, is better. EJMiss Benke, of near Highland, visited Mr. and Mrs. William Banke. Misses Ella Rigsby and Bertha Davis visited Miss Essie Ballard of Canaan. Mrs. Robert Jordan and sister Miss Lucy Miller, af Pineville visitd W. E. Jordan. Arch Sprinkles and family, of near Shelby City visited Mr. and .Mrs. F. L. Thompson. Mrs. E. B. Thornton, of Fairhope, G.i., is her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. H. Cummins. -- R. E. McROBERTS. ftuifgKKMixrffli ,K?rsaEKgBogirg: TE wm k B. F. Robinson AUCTIONEERS: or F. AH Tinder, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. I. M. DUNN and AM BOURNE. September 7. Second Trin November 10 T .r 1 7nn January 2T, Fourth Term April 5. fcuiniiierSchooI or June 1J, Catalogue Free. j. ;. ('RlinE, I'rHent. Public geluxus vi KenState Certificate. Valid in tucky. Special Courses and Review Course. Tuuiun Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitorie-- . new model school, new manual training buildins, ;.rat:ite scIkkiI. department of agriculture, a well rymnaoiuni. l)ometic Science. Firt Te-ni RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS i L.e Combes leading to Elementary, IntcrnioIia:o al'l s- - RMU ejPPl GARRARD COUNTY FISCAL COURT fi August Special Term, August 22, 1914. OF arm, Stock and Implements Having decided to move West, I will on, CITIIDMV ,ir wtt n H tf H w 3tt m Bond Election to Repair Court House called. The question being under the consideration of the Fiscal Court concerning the condition of the Garrard County Couit House, the vaults of the same containing the Public Records, the condition 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 for vote, it is the opinion of the court that the said Court House and the various named departments need rpnaiiinf nmlmmam. respects remodeling and it is the opinion ! of thfi court Hint rhn cum nf si:; iLin tr should be appropriated for the purpose of said work as herein after specifically i set out, and the said Fiscal Court here-- j hi suggests that said appropriation be j made and does hereby recommend the I same.that is that the sum of 15,000.00, i be appropriated foi the purpose of i lemodeling, repairing and g j the two vaults and changing the loca1... .11111 tion nf tVlc JUllli; III lilt tf'n..i TT , fc.wt. V 111U udnia it. necessary for remodeling the cupola if found to ae neccessary; for remodeling and repairing the Circuit Court Room and remodeling, repairing, and over hauling the Court House for the purpose of making it neat anu comfortable and to put in the same a system of beating and to pat water from the Lancaster Water Works in the same. I over-haulinI NINA. Farmers are all getting busy cutting tobacco in this section. Our regular monthly meeting was held at old Freedom church last Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. John Wheeler were visitors of his mother Mrs. Polly Ann Wheeler. Mr. William Pennington of Clay Co, has been the week end guest of his sis ter Mrs. Will Creech. Mrs. Tilda Ann Wiggins of Brodhead is very ill at the home of her son Mr. William Wiggins of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Morgan are rejoicing over tne arrival of a little girl on the 7th christened Edna Mae. Mr. Zack Simpson and wife were week end guests of Mr. John Land and Thompson Davis of near Buckeye. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prawitt and family Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Watson spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Moris Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ross have returned home after spending a few days with their daughter in Cincinnati and their son at Berry Ky. Mr. ar.d Mrs. R. W. Sanders and two little daughters spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitaker at this place. VERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build cement Silos 12, 14 and 16 feet in diameter, any height. We have had many experiences in this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., if you need cement work of any kind. PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. !nt eraational m bLSb S eJS ft 12 4 n LUi beginning at ten o'clock, sell at Public auction my farm consisting of 172 acres situated on the Gillispie pike, 11-- 2 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: One of the best Jacks in Kentucky, 5 years old, pedigree given on day of sale 1 Cerman Coach Stallion, 5 good Brood mares, 7 good mules, some broke and some unbroken, 1 pony mare, extra fine, 1 combined filly, 3 milk cows with calves at side, also horse, 1 Jack colt, 1 a Hay Baler, Mower, Rake, Cultivators, Plows, and other implements too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. five-year-old eight-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld Thos. "P. Zing1, Am. Bourne, Auct, Paint Lick, Ky ., R. F. D. 3. ?. by the Fiscal Court of Garraid Countv 1 f to be held -in V. l"VlCKUmr Election Garrard County on third ilnv nf KWnmliur 101.1 .- ,- ..!.. the shall beheld and apoll shall be opened at which an legal voters in Uarrartf County shall be privileged to vote on the ques rtre vnn in Tnvni- - r jcr,..: tion: bonds, for the purpose of remodeling and repairing the Court House of Garrard County Kentucky, for a sum not exceeding $15,000.00." It is further ordered that an election be held and polls be opened at all the voting precincts in Garrard county and the SherilF of Garrard pnimhi un he is hereby directed to advertise said election ana tne oujects thereof, for at least 30 days next before thereof, in the Central Record, it hoinir tho ,,.r. per having the largest circulation in said county, anu iurtner advertise the same by printed hand bills, posted up at or not less than fonr nnlllin nlneoa in oonK voting precinct in Garrard County and also at the Court House door, the Clerk of the Court is ordered to furnish a certified conv of thf order to snirl Kho..- lff. It is further ordered that if the vote hereby ordered is in favor of said bond issue, then the Fiscal Court will in nhpHlfnro tn oairl rrfa onrl Chapter 52 Article 4 Kentucky Statutes anaine ptner statutes relating to this subject issue bonds in any sum not ex- pppdinrr S1K Oof) HO fnr tlm nnrrnco nf repairing and remodeling the Court nuuse ui uariaru county ieniUCKy and to be issued upon such terms as to F rim nf Tiflvmpnt nnrl in Tiitrmowt interest and sale of Bonds as the Court in its Discretion may deem best, but the bonds are not to be sold for less than tTipir fnrp VnlllA r Hpnr infuruaf at a greater rate than six per cent interest ... ..,. ... )& .iii sjs pel annum jiuin uaie UI1U1 IJUIU. A true copy. attest J. W. Hamilton, Clerk Garrard County Court C. A. Robinson, Sheriff of Garrard Co. 1 . It is therifor nrHprud a! n,i;...i 1. Harvest er anure Spreaders I! 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Frame, wheels, and all driving parts are of steel. Apron tension is adjusted by a simple device. Winding of the beater is prevented by large diameter, and beater teeth are strcAig, square and International manure spreaders are built in several styles and sizes, low or high, endless or return apron, for small farms or large. Examination will show sturdines3 of construction in every detail. Repairs, if ever needed, may always be had of the local dealer. Examine International spreaders at the dealer's. We will tell you who sells them, and we will send you interesting catalogues. cbisel-jpointe- .1 THE htemational Harvester Company of America New Albany Outfit Detrkf ijacorBonttcU Central Record. Ind. Mfcn&M McOnrick Oikme Flaaa yfea v-- "J&eZia The Central Record, Thursday Sept 10, 1914 Page 3 I FourStrongPoints i I I I i 1 Good Wheat. p SafeaaaaCg Clean Milling. WELL DESERVED The Praise Thai Comes From Thankful Lancaster People One kidney remedy has known merit 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 suddIv in the house for years. When ever my back becomes lame and painful, a few poses bring me instant relief. At one time I feared that I had The kidney serious kidney trouble. secretions were unnatural and gave un mistakable evidence of disordered kidneys. It was my good lortune to hear of Doan's Kidney Pills and I began In a short time my using them. kidneys were normal." Don't Price 50c, at all dealers. simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Co., Mrs. Welter had. Foster-Milbur- n Props., Buffalo, N. Y. mm in the yard walking around when she fell, but what caused it is unknown. She has suffered great pain with the No Blend. No Bleach. 1 : Mi If Bleached and Blended Flour questions your health, why take a chance? Use 10 GLEN LILY and be safe. Garrard MilliiiP Go. m STANFORD. Blisses Dora and Minnie btauf, were in Louisville last week. Mrs. M. A. Stone was in Danville last weeK with friends. Josenh HonDer who has been ill sev eral da3'S,' is able to be out. Will Howkins. of Cuba was the guest of Miss Anna Chancellor Sunday. Mrs J. S. Baughman and children B. F. HUDSON. President. W. O. P.IGNEV. As3't Caah'r. J. J. WALKEK, Vice r. Prest. Joe J. Walker. Jr.. Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ORGANIZED 1SS3. Te Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. Kentucky Drills. accurately any seed from the smallest Hax see to the largest cow pea. Will sow AH Kentucky Drills have the immense advantage of the low hitch, it has also a general purpose disk, being especially good in hard ground, crusty tough soil, unplowed stubble or root land. Equipped with chilled bearings which are simple and durable, drag bars of heavy high carbon steel, built of the best material throughout. Get our price and don't experiment Drills, the KENTUCKY. with some new thing. Get the Standard of PHONE 27. Becker, Ballard & Co BRYANTSVILLE, Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES Ky. DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR OF iM have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs 45 Days' Treatment. $1.00 25c Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Price 10c, 3 bars nil C. C. & I ON SALE AT J. E. Stonnes and R. E. McRocerts. PURSUITS INDIAN HERBS ll We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. J. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Phone 27. spent last week at Elixir Springs. Miss Etta Mueller left Monday for Faribault. Min., where she will teach, Mrs V. K. Shugars is visiting her mother, Mrs L. Tanner, of McKinnev. Miss Annie Dunn of Hustonville is the guest of heJ sister, Mrs Dan Tray- lor. Miss Blanche Van Dever who will teach at Rochester. N. Y., left Satur day. Miss Clara Cooper returned la3t week to Berkley, California where she will teach. Miss Nellie Warner, of Lancaster, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. K. Warner. Mis3 Lucile Cooper left Monday for Fulton, Mo., to assume her dutie3 as teacher. J. R. Mount, M. D. Hughe3 and Mr Moore of Lancaster, were here Friday on business. Mrs. Guy Ballow of Gray town, O., is visiting her parent, Mr. and Mrs. William Beck. n, Miss Stella Rupley, returned to N. C, to teach, this being her third year there. Miss Lissa Holtzclaw left Monday for Cincinnati, where she will enter the Collpge of Music. Miss Elizabeth McCabe, of Midway, was the attractive guest of Mrs. Will Baughman last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bohan Campbell were the guests of her mother, Mrs. Joan Ball at Lancaster last week. Miss Lula May Baker, of Lexington who has been the guest of Miss Anna Charcellor has returned home. Mrs. W. H. Worsham and Herman Worsham, of Corbin, are the guests of her mother, Mrs. J. T. Gover. Mrs Belle Perkins has returned home from Lancaster after a visit to her daughter, Mr3 Cleveland Rose. Mesdames Robert Lytle and W. B. Penny of Danville, were guests on Thursday of Mrs. R. M. Fisher. Miss Berta Jean Penny returned to Cincinnati last week to resume her musical work at the Conservatory. Miss Josephine Beazley has returned home from Nicholasville, where she has been visiting relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Frank Fay and baby of Buena Vista, Va., are the guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs A. T. Bromley. Mrs. R. T. Bruce and Miss Minnie oods have returned after a visit to Mrs. W. S. Hendren at Nicholasville. Mrs Annie Prewitt and daughter. Miss Lena Palmer are at home after a visit to Mrs J. A. Amon, of Lancaster. Miss Pauline Hocker and her aunt, Mrs. Mattie Duncan, of Lancaster, are visiting Mrs. Kelly J. Francis at Middlesboro. Misses Mattie Belle and Sadie Kath- enne Kincaid, of Point Leave!!, have returned home after a visit to their sis ter "Mrs Burnside. The engagement of Miss Pauline Hocker to Mr. William Owen Foster, of Atlanta, Ga., has been announced. The wedding will take place in Novem ber. Mr. aed Mrs. Chas. Lutes and child ren, of UoiksDoro, tt. U., have been visiting relatives and friends here have returned home. Her sister, MissJannie Wilcher accompanied them. Mrs. R. C. Saufley and two little sons of Parker Arizona, who have been the guests of her father, John Robinson at Crab Orchard, are now the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shelton M. Saufley, Mis3 Kaiherine Gregory, of Oroville, Cat., who has been visiting her grandfather, Judge James P. Bailey, returned to Cincinnati, last week where she will continue her musical studies at the College of Music. Mrs George Wood and children return ed last week from Broken Arrow.Okla, wnere iney-navuvea ior aDout ten years. Mr Wood will join them as soon as he can dispose of his farm, They return to Kentucky in order to get the benefit of the good schools. We cordially welcome them back again. Mrs Jane Logan, mother of Mrs Phil Nunnelley happened to a very serious accident Saturday, when she fell, break ing her arm at the elbow. She was out Mor-gantoe broken bones, besides quite a number of bruises. The remains of Simeon Cook, of Lexington, were brought here Sunday and interred in the Buffalo Springs Cemetary at 2:30 o'clock after short services at the grave by Rev. D. M. Walker, pastor of the Christian church The deceased was for many years a prominent farmer of this county. He leaves his wife and four children, Jesse E. Cook, Miss Sarah and Annie Steel Cook, of Lexington and Lewis Cook, of this county. The Stanford Graded and High school opened here Monday with promise for a great year. Supt W. C. Wilson has a splendid Board of Trustees and corps of teachers, who are cooperating with him in making this year the best ever. There were close to 375 pupils enrolled on Monday, Several new teachers have been put in this vear. Miss Ida Judd of Indiana, who taught at Crab Orchard last year, will teach 8th grade, Mis3 Sallie Burdette, 6th grade, Miss Christine Merritt of Danville, 7th grade. High Miss Gastineau of Middlesboro school and Mrs Lou Pickett of Texas, vocal music teachers. The contest over the decision of a School Trustee, will come up before the Circuit Court here Friday. Circuit Judge Charles Hardin has called a spec ial term to try the contest case brought up ;by P. M. McRoberts and others against G. L.J Pennyjand others. Itl will be remembered that the latter part of April a school election was held and Mr. Penny defeated Mr. McRoberts by a majority of two votes. The latter believing that some of the votes were illegal, instituted contest. As what will be the outcome of this trial it is hard to say. It is expected by many that it will be taken to the Court of Appeals at Frankfort for the final decision. pnuc OF SUE I Having decided to change my business, FARM. will on THURSDAY, at 10 A, M. offer my farm, 4 miles from Lancaster on the Lexington pike, to the highest and best bidder. This farm contains 137 acres, more or less, with good improvements, consisting of 8 room Dwelling, 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 wiil be given January 1st. 1915. co. OCTOBER 1st, 'I4 Tor Infants and Children. '.:2 Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the .gnature of CASTOR! A W3 PUBLIC SALE. Lincoln County Farm, Stock, Crops, 10 Tools and Household Furniture, o'clock. Thursday, Oct. 1st, 1914, Dinner. The farm containing 85 acres, lies between Stanford and Danville half a mile from pike on good county road. Is in high state of cu'tivation, well watered by never failing springs. AH in grass but 16 acres. 10 acres seeded to winter oats and grass. Six room residence, three room tenant house. new stock barn, new 5 acre tobacco barn, and all other out buildings. 13 acres corn in shock, 4 acres tobac co in barn, lot of baled hay, some loose hay, 400 bales of straw, 1 pair 4 year old mules, 1 safe driving horse, 1 two year old pony, gentle to ride and drive, 3 brood mares in foal to Jack, 4 extra fine dairy cows, 3 yearling heifers, 1 yearling bull, short horn and a good one, 4 calve3, 1 brood sow and some stock hogs. All farming tool3. phaeton and har ness, ,pony trap and harness, wagons and harness. 200 locust posts. AH household and kitchen furniture. All sums over $10, 90 days time, notes bearing 6 per cent interest, negotiable and payable First National Bank, Stan ford. Terms on land, i cash, balance in one, two and three year3. Possession Oct. 10th, 1914. W. F. SHOEMAKER, Stanford, Ky, R. F. D. 2. F. n. English, Auctioneer. pd. To AH County At same time and place will offer the following personalties: 1 family horse 9 years old, 1 bay mare 6 years old, 4 Brood mares with by side, 3 pair two year old mules, 1 pair 5 year old horse mules, 2 no. 1 colts good saddle horses. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. W. 0. King1, Lancaster, Ky. GREAT MONEY All Standard Publications of the Highest Merit, Which Will be Appreciated by Every Member of Your Family. II offer ly SAVING BARuaIN Judges, County Attorneys, And County Road Engineers. 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The steel can best be cleaned of rust, grease, diit, etc. by the use of a wire brush or sharp edged tool. In case two coats are applied they should be of different colors. This Department will be glad to furnish estimates of cost of painting bridges, provided the length of span, width of roadway and the height of trusses are furnished us. The Department of Public Roads maintains a corps ef competent engineers to assist you in your road and bridge work and any service rendered is free of cost to your county. Yours truly, Robert C. Terrell. Commissioner of Public Roads. The Central Record The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Farm and Fireside, Magazine, Monthly Boy's Magazine, Monthly Household Journal and Floral Life, Monthly 's 1.00 .50 Total $ 4.50 Our Special Bargain Price For All Six, Each One Year fied readers. SI. 75 Never before has such a remarkable group of leading publications been offered in combination with The Central Record. 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Call or mail all orders to The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. , r. Page 4 The Central Record INCOHPORATED. The Central Record, Thursday Sept ONE 10, 1914. HUNDRED SPEAKERS KENTUCKY HORSES Clothing sale Saturday at Moore's. aimiMiMiiiiiiffla Issued Weekly. The list of one hundred speakers, to speak in various sections of Kentucky in the cause of stamping out illiteracy before the next census is taken, is beKy. ing made by the Kentucky Illiteracy f!ice in Lauca-le- r, Entered at tlie l'ot Mfc.ll Matter a Second-ClCommission at Frankfort, and is almost comnleted. This will include some of Kentucky Press Association Member tlia State officials, and men and women prominent in educational circles of the Eighth District Publishers League. E. ROBINSON. Editor. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. R. S1.00 a year. To Stump The Stale Against Illiteracy. Harbison, Jewell & Patterson, the Lexington horsemen have received a TOBACCO STEMS contract for 5U0 head of horsas for the armies of the allies, and are proceedAND STALKS ing rapidly with their purchase. Those so lar secured have ranged m price;, Are Valuable Fertilizer?. from $100. to $150. per head. All gelfive dings are required, preferable State. years old, no mares will be accepted Washington, D. C, Sopt.9th. Should Lancaster, Ky., September 10, 1914. horses must be from 15 to lfi hands the demand of Europe for American SERVICES OF LANCASTER hight and and weigh from 1,000 to tobacco stems cease, these stems, which Rates For Political Announcements ' contain large quantities of plant 1.2C0 pounds. food, Masonic Degree Team In Demand. S 5.00 For Precinct and Citv Offices especially potash, may be used ta good Lan- 10.00 vor County Offices Mr. W. O. Rigncy P. H. Priest advantage by the American grower of 15.00 i caster Chapter No 5C R. A. M. has For State and District Offices tobacco as fertilizer. Soil fertilized by de- .10; been designated as a member of a tor Calls, per line these stems recured from the cigar and YOU FOR 2SC. A .10 gree team which will go to Owensboro For Cards, per , ' tobacco lactones and stemmeries, will on the 15th inst to exemplify the work. For sll publications in the intero of better binning of War, Complete Market produce Mr. Rigney is one of the brightest Full Account est of individuals or expresI qualities and texture. the state and sion of individual views, per j Royal Arch Masons in Rcpoits and AH News for 25 Cetts Tobacco stems fertilizer should be .it)' fiis services are almost constantly in line applied in smaller quantities than mana nonth. .05 demand. On the 25th inst Mr. Rigney Obituaries, per line ure, because they contain larger quan" will take his degree team ftom this file Lexington Herald can be secur- tities of the constituents whicli feed J place, consisting of twelve men, to ed for four months from the first of the plant, according to the Departments Liberty, where thirteen candidates September to the first of January at tobacco specialists. Two tons per acre await his coming. the low price of 1.00. Only twenty-fiv- e of "seed stems" (stems from ugar cents a month for a daily paper factories) or 2J tons of "Kentucky iSPEATH & CO. TO giving all the news of the great war stems" (stems from the tobacco faeioi-ie- s and stemmeries) are known to give that is now being waged; full market TOBACCO report from every maiket; full ac- - good results in New England and, so BUY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. nf th linttls fmnrht- -, full infnr- - far las availaale. Lthese stems .!will un p.. !. e In Lancaster During Coming Season. luroisn a very sausiuc ory mation in regard to the greatest For U. S. Senator Long Term. ou. " Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Speath arrived ever waged. Only $1.00 for a daily , foods, in other tobacco sections, J. C. W. Beckham, of Frankfort. paptv from the first of September until Considerable quantities of tobacco in Lancaster on Wednesday and have For U. S. Senator Short Term. the first of January, dating which his- taken permanent quarters at the Ken- - tory will be made more iap:diy than steins have long been exported to GerJ. N. Camden, of Versailles. garlan Hotel. Mr. Speath announces ever before. Less than one cent a many and other parts of Europe where definitely that he will be in the market day will For Congress. cost you to secure all the they are often used in the manufacture it for the pnrpose of the large tebacco pews of all the markets and of the of low grade smoking tobacco and as. a Harvey Helm, of Stnnfold. 'Crop now being harvested in the county war. souice of nicotine. Tobrcco stalks which are not temov- Mr. Sneath savs that the outlook just Send your subscriptions immediately Whether we have National prohibi- - at presPnt is very gIoo;ny because of ed from the farm unaer prevailing Lexington Herald, Circulation prohibition, local option t,e war putting a complete stop to the to The tion. state-wid- e Department. Lexington, Ky., enclosing methods, are not always used to the or the reverse, matters not, the day of exnort of tobacco, but that he hopes best advantage a3 a fertilizer. Like check, postofiice order or cash. the "boozer" is past. for better circumstances to prevail be- the stems, they contain considerable-quantitie-s Y.i advertisements calling for help j fore ti,e cro;, mari:et, but that under of valuable plant food (tho invariably have the proviso anj, circumstances he will be ready to LOCAL TRAVEL BENEFITTED not so much) and may be used freely -- no booze fighters or cigarette fiends purchase at the market prices. as a fertilizer for tobacco and other Trains 21 and 22 Extended. need apply'". So the question of wheth-- . ciops. They may be profitably used to er we have it or whether we do not is ' PftWMNfftllJFP OP Announcement is made by the Queen improve the hay lot by simply sp tr.material. the main point is whether uUI 11 IIiJJlUllLH VI &. Crescent Route that Trains 21 and 22, the stalks over the land in the fall we drink it or whether we do not. and now operated between Oneida, Tonu., or they may be plowed under at the MOTOR VEHICLES if the latter be the case, we are rapidly and Somerset Ky, will be exterded. ef- same season fur cultivated ciops such This is es-- 1 outliving our usefulness. fective Sunday September Gth, 1914, cotton, coin, tobacco, etc. The ptac-tic- e In Serious Trouble In Frankfort. sentially an age of efficiency, and those f and operated daily between Oneida of piling tobacco stalks in heaps whj hire life men claim that enicieney Thomas S. Byers, Commissioner of Tenn, and Lexington Ky. and leaving them exposed to the weaand the booze cannot go hand in hand, Motor Vehicles of Lentucky waived The performance of this new service ther means a waste of valuable materand their disassociation is absolutely examining trial in Frankfort last Sat will add seventy nine train miles each ial that might be returnsd to the soil. esstntial. if a man would prove himself urday and was held to the grand jury way, or one hundred and fifty eight ad- The practice of burning them is also capable of holding a position of trust. under bonds of $1,000. charged with ditional miles for the round trip. At wasteful unless they are infected by A few years ago the euict went forth embezzlement of automobile license the present time when the expense of such a serious disease as the Granville from the traffic department of the fees and the forgery of applications commodities required in the operation wilt. great railroads of the country that for licence. ihe charges were pre and maintenance of railroads is at its their employees must "cut out the ferred against Mr. Byers by C. F. highest and most carriers are curtailbooze , gradually the same rule was Crecelius. Secretary of State, in whose ing, rather than extending, their facilimade applicable to the other depart- - of;ice Bvers i,au charge of the automo- - ties, this new service afforded by the ments, until it has come to the stage i,ia Jebk before the creation of the Queen Crescent Itcute is worthy of where only sober men can outain em- office of Commissioner. Byers asserts the greatest attention and patronage The his innocunse ar.d blames another party on the part of the traveling public. ployment from the railroads. conei.:uei!c' is that the status of the with the discrepancy. He refunded an Cy using Train 22 passengers can ra.i -- d man has been materially raised, amount exceeding $1,000. to the slate, Danville beiore a A. M. aril Lexa ,d liiose who formeily were consider- at the tiire claiming he was ington before 10:20 A. M; transact Purchasers get the benefit of oar 10 ed a ' lluating population" ha- - come guilty of no wrong doing. The trouble their business and return on No. 21 in years experience in the business. in be substantial citizens of iheir .an-ua- .- was brougnt .ibout as the result of an the afternoon, arriving home buore Look for othsr bargains iisttd in next who want to all of which i issue. Ownprs of f investigation made tie Examiner Sher- bs-- time. t tiieir abandoning the paths man Goodpaster. Local tra el between Somerset and sell should see us at once. t t Hli. . j 270 acres of land, located near Coy on Danville and to and from intermediate industries hav- - followed the ' i...--r points will be particularly benefited by Kentucky river. In high state of ,culti BRO. POLLITT recede,,! established bv the railiojuls, this new arrangement, as theie will vation. 10o acres in grass, 85 acres in v : car companies, factories, the U i Returned To Lancaster By Conference. now be st two local trains each way daily bottom land producing corn every year S. . .eminent, everybody who employs between those points, making all stops, at shipping point on river, large, splenConft-reiieThe f the Methodist i fii .umbers of men, are placing a , did residence, store room and other district. instead of one train as heretofoie. t o i th-- urinker. This is doing more Epi:copc!- beui jt for this Wilmote necessary out buildings. This farm ii?-in ' f.n Uij ause of temperance than all of which produces v;ell aiid is one ot the best tl e t liorts of the various societirs corr.-- this week, 10 turned Uev. S. II. Pollitt . bargains on our list. Price tu.0U per eventually v. ill result in a to the cnarg.' at Lancaster for another t I, acre. year. i;iuh ty the gratification of his xftat n.u curtailing vl the liquor ouipu i 170 acres ithin one mile of Faint Mep who cannot abstain from drink j congregation, as well as his host of RESULT -- OF TRIAL ON ROB Lick en L & X It. R. with good imDuring his stay fnenua it: Lancaster. cn,.ot secure positions, ar-- men who provements, land lies well and is fertile nave no positions cannot proem e drink, ,in Lancaster Bro. Pollitt has succedded ERT STRANGE within i mile of graded school. Worth s , t te situation acts automatically, and n d'JpP a vast amount of good for his nid has succeeded in making CHARGED WITH SHOOTING MARSHAL the monev asked $105 per acre. t!.i outcome ii readilv to be diKCHrne.L churcn. S."$ acres of land on pike J mile from i.e cigarette smoker is but a few for himself and family innumerable HERRON IN JUNE LAST. good village 9 miles from Lancaster, strides behind the drinking his friends Ihmout the community, and it 10 to all to know serv ites are not :u demand. The outli is a source of ,i'first class land, good improvements, the The trial of Robert Strange, colored , room dwelling, well watered. In lhat we are to have him with us in the who has liis linger. stained from the who shot and so seriously wounded i famous "Camp Dick Robinson" section, use of the coffin nails need not- - apply near futuie. ed Chief of Police Luther E Herron on Price $125.00 per acre. N for a position where he is required to ins isiiuie on tne iui uay or last Three eottacos at the i prices, come in contact with the general public, GRAND ADJOURNS. June, was held in the Circuit court on $1S00- - 2000 anli5l100 or for that matter it is but a poor recThe grand Jury adjourned Tuesday iiiesuay and uounesuayoi tins weeK, ommendation to him for any kind of 200 acres good land, near Bryantsville having found and returned into and the case was given to the jury at position, and he is readily cast aside in after well improved, large tobacco barn. If 61 indictments. This includes 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, and favor of the matt who does not use cig- court want a money maker see this farm. the various commonwealth cases which after a wait of several hours failed to .ou per acre. $70. arettes. Employers claim cigatettes agree. They weie sent back by Judge are not only offensive but injurious, have beed tried this court, i.s well as No 491. 1S3 acres of high class land, some continued. The majority of the Hardin to further deliberate on the case and that they decrerse the efficiency of 2 miles out, 2 large touscco barns, per true bills were for misdemeanors, and but returned and announced that they acre, $120. t.ios.-- who use them, that thei make includes many for the il'egal sale of were hopelessly hung and there was no 193. Cottage and 30 acres of fertele nwvuiis wrecks of the habitues, and they vastly prefer the man who is not liquor. The jury seems to hae gone probability of their being able to make land, large tobacco barm, all but '.) about its labors systematically and to a verdict, whereupon they were dismiss ' addicted to their use. acres in grass, on pike in one mile of ed. The been thorough in its at It is a long road but oventually the haemuch good is expected researches iNovemuer case will be again tried anu the Lancaster. Price $120. per acre. and term ot tlie court, to result in time will come when the cigarette-smoke-r deliberations. Among the the meantime Stiange will leinain in' No 49H. Several pieces of splendid will be no more able to secure from its city property for sale. employment than the whiskey drinker. work accomplished will be the break- jail. ing up of several "blind Tigers" 193. 100 acres of land, J mile from a which have existed throughout the Lancaster &. Lexington pike, 4 miles Come to Moores closing out sale. county, and which the authorities have from Lancaster, good improvements, been unable tc reach, but You should see the $15.00 suits at the large tobacco barn, well worth the the work of the present grand jury Fashion Shop. $100. per acre. RANKDV price of 222 acres of fine land near Lanwill enable tbem to put an effectual 407. Come to the closing out sale at crimp it these particular law breakers caster & Lexington pike, splendid imMoores. operations. APPOINTED COMMISSIONER provements, at $90. per acre, 49S. G3 acres, improved, near Paint Look at your Label and ANXIOUS FOR WAR NEWS. Of D & D Institute At Danville. Lick Graded School at $95. per acre. send us that dollar. Gov. McCreary has appointed Mr. The people of Lancaster are doubt499. 73J acres of rich land, right on less as deeply interested in the progress Thomas C. Rankin of Garrard county a pike, well improved, 2 miles of LancasHubble Meeting Closed. of the great war now raging between Commissioner of the Deaf & Dnmb ter, priced at $120. per acre and is Kev. A. C. Lacy.of Lexington assist- the powers of Europe as if they each Institute at Danville, Ky., to succeed worth it. ed by Eld. F. M. Tinder, who has been and everyone of them had a relative at the late W. W. Stephenson of Harrods-burNo 501. 45 acres, new house on pike, conducting revival services at Hubble the front, Many of them await the near Bryantsville. Price $4,000.00. closed that meeting last Sunday night. coming of the night trains in order to This appointment will meet with No 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from Quite a deal of interest was manifested get the afternoon papers and read hearty approval of the many friends of town limits of Lancaster on Lexington and a total of 28 additions were added "the latest", and scarcely one of our this clever gentleman in this and adunimproved, beautiful buildcitizens but has the geography of the joining counties, who voice the senti- Avenue, to the church. ing sites, a bargain at $150. per acre. war zone at the tip of his tongue. The ment that Kentucky would be much 503. 245, acres, on good road, 1 mile GOOD ATTRACTION COMING. sentiment is about equally divided, with the better for a number of officials of from pike, fertile land, highly improved the allied forces having a little the best Mr: Rankin's type. susceptible of Manager Romans of the Lancaster of it. John Arnold, who attempted to Thomas C. Rankin, the newly ap- lies well, splendid water, Oper House has succeeded in booking enlist but was turned down because of pointed Commissioner, is one.of Garraid division into two or three farms. $95. , Joe Coburn's Minstrels for a date dur- his physical disabilities, is probably the county's most highly respected and per acre. ing this month. Thiris a high class best posted man in town on the situa- progressive citizens. He is an exten504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from attraction, well known to many Lan- tion, and he discourses long and sive mule trader and shipper, and also Lancaster, large tobacco barn.one other caster people, and the Aggregation in- learnedly on the subject, but the great a farmer of the progressive class. He beautiful level building site fronting cludes some of the very best black face drawback to John's lectures is that lives on the old "Henry Bruce farm" pike. $110. per acra. artists on the stage. Their appearance no one can understand what he is on the old Danville pike, and is a For further particulars write or call they can tell by his gestures democrat of the kind that always on Hughes & Swinebroad. the real es-- j in Lancaster is being looked forward to with keen anticipation. hat he is in deadly earnest. "votes it straight". tate men. Lancaster, Ky. n I . li-i- e leaf-tcbacca-I i i --- J. For European There will be regular services at the BEING BOUGHT Methodist church, Sunday, and Bro. Pollitt will preach at both the morning Allied Forces and evening services. " 3 m rti 8 Hart Scliaffner i 1 W Marx Good Cloikes Makers' "New York Chicago TheStjleBook YOU us may. have seen the new Style Book; it's worth if you haven't received a copy, let us know, we'll see that you get one. war'iiy "." !". . t- Men who care about looks young men especially want to know about correct style; this book tells them. Here are some of the things it shows: Fifteen attractive style illustrations. What to wear, and when. How much you ought to pay. How ready clothes save your money. How you can be fitted. , r,-ada- ead-ing' And whenever you're ready to look we're ready to show you the clothes. Special values at $25; and from $18 to 50. 1 JtS 9 , ; JAS. W. SMITH. Lancaster, Kentucky. This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes lfVQ S.SJU. 1 1 alMTOiiMIMlM Vp.vrihtIIartScliaIIcer &Marx fif!ti(iiO&igg'si; i , a$3itgitertigtSigP-- ' , i (By Wm. F. Miller.) ?HON i. 1 LIST. ai-ri- attri-buU-b- ie ai-m- s Messrs C. B. Acton and Jce Wes were Wonnpsdnv mnmirt" visitnrs. Bro. Tinder visited our school Tues- uay morning anu conuucieu me exercises Miss Gill and visitor Jliss Mary Clay Williams of Tulsa Okia. were guests at the School Monday. A goodly number of pilpils are enter ing school each day, and with nearly all the books here school worl: has bugun in earnest. , , nfil ,ri ' m Si tle.1 &''j?r voar order and will furnish von The VERY BEST COAL !P i fcvr5? . 1 5 - j The Foot Ball Boys are practicing "a I hard each afternoon preparatory to support a go&d team. Capt. Elliott will soon pick his regular men. Go to Li ai-.- d iluftu JUKI State Fair Messrs Rooert SI At Ths VERY LOWEST PRIGS. M4d4 I Kmnaird and Owen Hendren will leave next Sunday to attend the ' 'Farmer Boys' Encamptment" at the State Fair. " J m-i- e Prof C. D. Bohanan of the AgriculA'W 1s&Siii&?-P&'i1- ' "V 5!!ture Department, State College, will lecture Friday evening at the School building on "Rural Sociology and country Lite", at 7:30 p. m. Everybody is VZZSZSZ3ZESZ3iiZV3Em2 cordially invited to hear him. is SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION i !i ismh n iJf- ?kJ ft un Jury - i I ARMSJ10M. f GifyCiaSBIATl AND RETURM &i 2328! J2k "9 ! CLEVER TOM" bere-to-fo- re g. say-thou- Benjamin L. Armstrong, aged 221 B j ears, second sen of Mr. and ?Irs. Robert L. Armstrong of Frankfort, Ky. met his death under the wheels of a i a street car m that city on Tuesday night R H .& f Sept. 1st. Young Armstrong had gone ' g SSSJti KBUiay&-4a&ti- If to Frankfort from hi3 home at ThornA aSqf . xV, t- .- e UM 8 Sound i Round hill, a suburb, for the purpose of at- - t2 m 'j '. Trio Trip tending a ledge meeting, and as he w thought the street cars had ceased to run when the lodge proceedings were SPECIAL TRAZ?! over, he started to walk to his home, as the taking tlu street car tracks ryja a ; Lsavss nearest route. The car Company had run a special car out in that direction) ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. for the purpose of bringing in some ZZSiiHEZaSaAZttZZFlS i3S3a5raSKxdL lacxoizaux!; ana this car struck negro the unfortunate young man causing his death. Ke evidently was absorbed in thought, or some unaccountable reason 3L" III laBHHma did not hear the approach of the. car, on StSBl 51 51 iVSi and the motorman did not see hin 35 tJ the track, as he was beneath the was aware of wheels before the ciew it. His remains were taken to his old a aMM U R iLS? home in Mercer county and interred at tao S & the cemetery at old Providence church I have sold my stock of goods to give possessbelow Harrcdsburg. deceased was a nephew of Mis The ion first of November 1914, but will have a Belle Walker and Col. A. D. Leavell of this county, and Mrs John W. Francis of Lancaster, his mother before her marriage being Miss Jennie Leavell of this county. The young man wa3 a frequent visitor in Garrard and was well known. He was a model young man, a member of the Presbyterian church, sober steady and industrious. He had for a number of years been a faithful and valued employee of the j Will make it to your interest to see us before O. F. C. Distilling U at Frankfort, buying. His sudden and tragic death was a se- - j vere blow to his parents to whom he was a great comfort, and the deepest sympathy of a host of f riend3 in Gar - . t , rard is extendpd to them in their be-- 1 L 31 reavement. Seot loth. I xac . .yj wH JURSOTaORJ CITY 5:36 a I ll 3LZ?E 1 5C0 iy U New Full Line Of Fall DRY GOODS, SHOES, Millinery and Ladies Suits and Coats. R. S. BROWN. IL ii 13- IE ZDC - 1 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 10 1914. Page o I I 1 ry T V7 & ouR 1 ' : 1 T I H &i& jjsg; A Els a ... vi fpi. i" c&n r ""- - Y" 1T A rfiV i? T 111 Vs Hr 5 " II T ii If you wish a New Coat Suit that is Hand Tailored, Lined with Guaranteed Linings and Priced Reasonably, we have them. An Excellent line ranging in prices from siid no one show you one better for price mentioned. JTatwR, a;- - Us inVJh tU M ffi 'i t V FfI ! ss ET a S3 i&ttti "Sad? i r r:.jH- w f1! rs:i i!'.! T. t,Ta V w-,t? rn "i trn .o-i m ii3 . " & 1 g W jSSSssssasgasriv 1 U vUii t; ipz? sp jk ,gy ES5K2 tigef sifjSR sjjjss rciv . rL i s i".fR?5s SihLVH,teSBT CJI XXXl FaEtaju-.a- i i o Til IMPROVED LOGICAL SILO FILLER: FAMOUS DIRECT DRIVE. Tiie Machine that drives, cats and elevates direct from main shaft. Simple. Compact, Low Speed Fan -- Non Explosive N'on ClogK-njon any Cut. Cuts clean on all crops. Knives Can't Spring. One Lever Controls All. ramoua "Lull Dog" grip, -- e'.f feed. ba-e- Used by Experiment Stations evrvwhere. on half inch cut. j With or without trucks. Hoosier Disc Wheat Drills sp mat a f fia D i ph &1 i i J A WELCOaifi VISITOR. s where it Is known, is a box of our spalkling ginger ale, orange scda or other of oar carbonated beverages. If you have not et tried any or all ct them jou dcr.'t know what a iine treat you have been Missing. Dcn't keep on misi-irand it. Order a box commence enjoi ing our.-el- f . g v :CX ncaster r v't Phone 2G2. tims: Co. m - a Wi BltilP S SfS 1 111 fl m mmm mm Giij y m M OF SC CSS ( JTtitQ ffeaL t 5Mi uain Is' V Having determined to locate eisewnere, I will , , offer tor sale, at the late residence of my nusuariu, Sauire Sam Johnson, on Danville avenue on Ci j iffll' fxyftfhoira rwtf u ?'i' wi err. u w M ill H- 19 at 2 o'clock p. m., the following property. One Thoroughbred Jersey Cow, 1 gentle harness mare, 1 corn crusher, 2 corn shellers, I one horse lawn mower, 1 lavn swing, one wheel barrow, 2 large kettles, 3 stands of bees, 2 turning plows. Household and kitchen furniture, including large heater and Malleable Range almost new. Dining room furniture includes China Cabinet, Sideboard, Tables and Chairs. Many other articles not mentioned. Also one ton of good hay. All sums under 510. cash in hand, over that amount, negotiable paper, due January 1st. 1915, without interest. TERMS: Mrs. J. 5.-John-son Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. "" ""i a -- .. - Jliss Carrie Miller is visit'a" friends tendpnte. being chaperonwl by Mr. C. Walker and Miss Mabel Msison i sacuFLwrrwTjiBC' ' n .Miss Edna Cm kley is in Uryantsviile You should see the 15.00 scito at of' Shoj,. V. T. i viitinK friend' and relatives. ""? -- I 5' Ment; ui.s hal." prie at .i iienry L. Conn awl family re Mr. Jei-Arnold and wife of Fran!;- Mi&s Matte Duncan :tnd niece are in fort art-- here v.ith relatives. in Williamsburg. Ky. jj U, !:"" . i. dT5cts n f the A 2rirf Mcnt.on Middlebboro Kelley Mrs. viitin Wt Ar. leaves Slonday . .Mii. Mry Jenuino. of Areata, IB.. a'. ll.urta. Ly' itdl. J ' r ranciij. is visiting amojMT her buui? Garrard to enter Georgetown College. v?iairjr:iMEir5:r35ii2rci-c;J-( Fob Sale Ok i: county relatives. Mr. tine Mrs. V. E. Moss were in texten Str t .s, Floyd Wriftht of Liberty is visiting Wilmore Sunday for tlit meeting of i.:- - r Su'iuay ". Mr. and Mr?. John M. Mount P"Ht Conference. his sister Mis. Carlton Elfcin. ) jiiiiD ami from S imet.'t after a uelightful visit t K undy in Wilmore. baif price at M; . Mr. H. L Shipp. ef Lexington, wasi Mr. W. R. Cook leaves Mondav for a to relatives there. Joe West left today (Thursda;) for an "interested" visitor its our city. stav of several weeks in Bstler Ga. For Sale; u Miss Mae Tate, of Somerset, wxii , Millerbburg College. last Suiday. anUville Excfea. . i Tuesa..v and will be tho Mr. L. K. Perkin? left last week fur, Halfr; B. Sw. Duke Goodioe of Springfield 1 here a: guest of Miss Kathrn Ham. Mr. and .Mrs. I'. P. Gregory " a stay of several days with relatives in with Lancaster lrienus. little daughter visited fiiends in Kiel; I!!. M:-.- s S. N". Davis hss t. IU'Siecca Williams, who btw been ot.- Mr. and Mrs. Silas W. Mos- - were mond Mondav. eniiiK the summer with r pawnts, needs and ia dosing Miss Annie Margaret Elkin who has visitors in Wilmore Sunday. Mrs. James Robinson living 01! tilt? i hren Vl?!tinf fripmU ... Tpyih ?.. nnwin Mr and Mr-- John Wiliinms. has taken daeed priced. . in v...-..v .. ... .. up her wor': as a te.iclwr of domestic Russe.l Soper of Lexington Ji visit- Richmond pike is reported danger .usly Johnson City. Miss., for a visit. Come to th" csin oat science at Bristol. Terni. ing Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Soper. i.i oi typnoiu lever. H. ftatwm stock of jtwxi- -. Mr. F. 0. Miller, of Indianapolis Ind. Mr W. II. Brown e itertained at Mr. and Mrs. Je!f Dunn and Miss haj Miss Louiie Rice of Paint L'ck snenl Frank M returned to his home, after a pleasWednesday, in honor of .Jud? Chaa Bane West, of Lexington, were guests ant visit to Fiiday with Miss Marie Balia-Call on me for all tcmdi? n," i friends and relatives. Hardin. Those who enjoj ed the liberal orBflmenUl trees Miss Jennie Scott Is in Cincinnati tor in our citv last Sundav. sbrt,. ! hospitality of the genial host were; J. Strawberry Mrs. Ed Miller and ptamte. a visit to her son, Mr. Chaies Scott Mrs. Emma Daniels and daughter, En Misses Nannie and Lyda Hansol of E. Rob.nsou, R. L. Elkin. David Ror, the lawn and garden. re; and wife. Miss Cora Perkins, were shoppers in I J . E. Anderson and Judge Hardin. Indianapolis are vioiting relatives. i,e3t nu3Wy ksows. Stanford last Saturday. Mr. Clarence Hicks of Riclmond w: Ja. A. Ko ' llr. ami Mw riinrTna VI.!ii. lliv3,l Mrs. John M. Farra who has been Mrs. George White, of Nashville, is the gues the past week of Lli Pjone Xc. 2t(J. Lancjitt quite ill for some time has been taken Manic and Bess Holladay, of Pari. j erva Cox the guest of her aunt. Mrs. Fanny I were guests of Mr. Fred Battfrton. at to a Shelbyville hospital for treatment. Walker, Lexington street. Farm For Sr! Mr. and iMrs. Jesse Meibii of Hotel Kengarlan, last Sunday. The, Mrs. Edna Wilmore Arnold of Kansas Misses HoIIadaj trc known by their bin have been visiting Mr: and Messrs. N. IJ. and T. J. Price. Jr. acres, well l John Walter. were recent visitors of Dr. S. P. Grant .City has bee. called here by the critical candies which the manafaetsre and Gratiud Scbuei 1 mile f to- - . 1. illness of her brother, Mr. V. A. which finds such ready sale in our city. N. Iilaapierf, Laoesster. K. Charlotte Warren iku daughters and Mrs. Grant in Danville. . Arnold. Stanford were with IjIiss Jennii Mrs. Nannie Evan Bowling, of Juncoi The many frends here w ill be sorry ifefoe I Duncan last week. tion City was visiting Miss Mattie Mr. II. II. Hall of Winchester came to learn that Charles Thctnpson who f Th" Citv taxes and wate- Estes Monday and Tuesday. was em;loved m the People's Bank at . Mrs. Win Hughes is atiome after : ' doe alld ' " Pid short visit to her daughte' Mrs. Mrs. Iliinrh Hemuhii! of Nicholasville Arnold and brought a trained nurse for Mt. Wrnoa was brought to his fathri : mv,lt ve tW wooS II'" Arnoiil- home Friday night witli that Acey of Stanford. came Sunday to see her "brother Mr. ' Mrs. HiW aieet espawes and mdwsp;Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stonnes motored deseaw tvnhoid fever. J. C. Hempill Jr., hu returned to W. A. Arnold who remains very ill. will b (eried. L.E. Leavcll, is at his bedskle. Mr. R. L. Walker and Dr. Kink of t0 Lexington Wednesday in company his home in Louisville af. r a visit to Miss Florence Johnson entertained at with Miss EJizcth Ford who enteied Nicholasvillc motored to Lancaster Lancaster relftives. a h indsome (J o'clock dinner, the Cferks best thrend 4 cts at Snndnv r.ut wpm frit.c:t Mf ATvq W. b.avre College. W. B. Jenny was in JL. cmnati last " honoree being Miss Mary Clay Williams ' VLMU J--" Mr. Lee Elkin. wife and baby of wee: where he disposed 1 a car losfl of Tulsa, Oklaliwna: tliose invited to; Mr. and Miv. R. E. Hughes and little! Louisville motored to this place and of f tock at fair prices. r Byrae DrogleM, P.' former school,r ... ..ii ij..i. . u. i..ouisvhiu weio guests of Mr. Elkin'a aunt. Mrs. meet "heir friend andMartha Tlmfcr - Te. and acwttincal ' z.i r.....,. s- ML-s- o tt.i nuBn mate were Mrs. W. W. Ball and' ,:t!e daughtet motored to Lancaster Sunuay for a J. S. Johnson. ia what your til ad V. ; o Viola Beagle and Chcr'ie Elmore. f t nil. iu v,0. .1. uuiitbi.i au nitiuj visit to relatives. ..ii er.. W. I. Williams an exceedingly pros-- 1 and will take in the far. Rev. A. R. Moore and daaehtr. t Mrs J. A. Elsener and children have perous lawyer of Tulsa Okla. came i.iary. ot .. Mr and Mrs W. O.J Jurk of Silver w.t- ui our. vnnin. Wednesday for a short stav at hia old ! tity for a few nours . tdr.taduj , Creek have been visitirj: their parents returned to their home in Charleston. uioch WestVa., after a months stay with Kentuckv hume. to the gratification of their friends. Mr and Mrs J. M. Saa rs. W8 fr, her paients, Mr and Mrs N. Miller. J. E. Dickerson ami family, Mr. ! Mr. Voore cow has charge of tfwdnffcli tca. wffl sell as Mi. and Mrs. Boha- - Campbell and j Will Dickerson and Miss Katie Barnes, j at Savannah. He was accompanied J jjg 5 with-ilittle daughter, of St? 'ord were recent Revorer.d and i'rs Henry X. Faul- motoreu to Wihiiore banuay ami at- - from rxingto:i by hs listen, Uesdain-e- s B. ifivett. guests of Mrs. Joami; Jail. couer and children motored to their Pjyne ami Taulbon tended Conference. r. 'duore B'g home in Philadelphia Monday after Mesdames Elia Bt id and Fannie Messrs. F. K., J. A. and J. W. Swope looks the picture ot health and hia visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason. U F Brvant, of Bryantsv5 have been visi-tii.- g regretted very that his of Lexington were week-en- d visitors of Mr. and Mrs. jj Miss Ida Potto who holds a responsiBailard. sU.y ujsto SirL Twa Roggies, oii- their grand-mothe- r, Mrs. ZareidaGulley Mrs. J. W. Land un of Richmond ble position with the Gage Millirorv and their mother Mrs. Bright Herrinsr. Joner covr. Things are seiiinpr caeap at Mercer. a' Chicago was here Friday and Sat- faces used a at was here for a thoijt isit to her father in Jlr. and Mrs. Steve Jones, Mr. and You iboti!d see urday with her sister, Mrs. Davis Judge R. A. BurnsL and family. Mrs. the $15.00 soita attke Jo Mrs. Clifford Husmann an! Mr. Harry i Prather. easi Fashion Shop. Amol has returned to Jones motored from Cincinnati Saturday j Jlrs. P. D. her home in Richir d, Ind., after ai Miss Sallie Steele Cook, of Lexing- - and are the guests of Miss Lucille fa fit : Fr Sale wo visited Misses Mamie ard Spratt- recent visit to thel sses Walters. i Improved 104 acre. el Ethel Walter here is receiving much Sity aoivs of land. 2J miles from ,., , .. , .; Mr. Will Doty w .las been confined sympathy since the lecent death of her ' Ga-Jlr- - J" - "a'nson ien. lurwiumuus Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike. Good lies well and is in good tail of private school ard to his room with a attack of pleuiisy. - Is3t "onday, to look after his large house, oarn and plenty ot water. father the late S. K. Cook. ' is convalscing ar.d 3 able to be out. mule trade, which he has so success-Mr- s. Herndon & Wa ker, Lancaster. Ky. mile of the General Merci.: ' John M. Mount was hostess on fulIy developed in this thriving South- and postomce of MareeUos. Miss Nancy GocJ Leof Danville came xuesu: eve;imi; nu a ltd! fjiaiiiieu l ,irn rift-Write or se M. P acre. Saturday for a f3 ' lavs visit with her o'clock dinner, the honorees being Me;- REDUCED ROMS TRIP FA ADO MareeUos, Ky. i,!- . ,. uenn' ecoaipaniea w. 0. Gocdioe. dames iW v Noland of Seattle Wash- fll,r" James parent8 Mr. and Sfels Fair, Louhii!e KoisdiyiMStfkd- -t Li ington and R. E. Hughes of Louisville. his sister Mrs. rilisabeth JJenny to Asliley, Floyd ui tuny bwope were , Harrodsburtr whore she will make a I have 10 nice j Hng boars ' Y12 My?s Margaret Cook and brother Val, visit of over from Lei .gioi! Sunday for a to her sister Mr. bevera They are from Anna Jell j .o visit to LancaJtt relatives and frienus. gave a most deligntful hay ride Satur Margaret Pierson. Somhern Railway. Lady, the choice of my he.i day night to a number of their young Pansy Love, direct fro-St Miss Mary A I !J of Corbin came fr;en(t tnu i10Ilor W. B. Denny. Lar.i. On account of th2 State Fair at Lou w- -l tf suests being Mises account of the critical Mararc.t and Jot, Faulconer of Phila-le- r Louis, where she has studied the latest ille, the Southern Railway will sell home Sunday patterns for several weeks, arrived round trip tickets from September 12th Mr. W. A. Arnold. tittI,ili. Illness of her f STRAYS! OR STOLE Saturday, and has taken up her work ' Messrs. Hei rt Kinr.aird and John Mrs J. M. Sanders entertained the in the millinery establishment of Miss to the 19th, inclusive, return limit From my place. fi- - e miles September 2'ird. F. Walker lef Monday for their homes following at dinner Thursday; Mis Rella Arnold. Round trip fare froii Danville wilt be Nicholaviile on the D?nviH- at Peoria. II! nd Hillhouse, Miss., re- - Annie Pruitt and Miss Lena Palmer of ' tIle nlKht oi afPi. 1 ' Miss Bernie Lear gave a delightful 3.0. Trains leave Danville at spectiveiy. Stanford, Dr and Mrs J. A. Anion, years old. short shaKgv mane picnic at King's Mill last Friday, in A. M. 7:J0 A. M., and 5:40 P. M. two knots on side about size Fred Battehon, of Paris, the "Hemp Mrs N. E. Kelly and Mr and Mrs B. F. honor of Miss Gertrude Wilkerson, ot B. II. Todd, D. P. A. v egg; weigh about 1,200 lbs., sou'- - . King" is in Lancaster for a few day3 Hudson. Louisville, Ky. Stanford. Quite a number were in at- in good condition. $25 reward fc- - i getting a line on the coming hemp sitMiss Callie Miller of Cincinnati recovery. uation in the ;ounty. Saturday and will be with Mrs. pd C. J. Brn3t-n- . Myrt's Lou Nayloivand Thomas Ada Kinnaird duiing the coming milli- Eas-ssassMiss 3SSS2Sa5SS36&3--eSd-3aSEBSsss -3 nery season. Miss Miller is well known Tracy of Ujs county were united in m y TWO SMALL FARMS marriage atthe Baptist Parsonage J. in Lancaster having at one time conianMnao a juviuyu ducted a business here. W. Beagleferficiating. FOR SALE. Miss Margeretta Smith who has been Mrs. Ge(rse Smith Jr. did not ac ell omen. at the bedside of Mrs. James House company per husband home, havinr; One farm contains 15 acres of re Richland with all new been detaiitd in Maysville by the ser- was summoned to her home in improveBY MRS. J. H. HAMILTON, paint lick, Ky. mond last ween, by another case awaitments hot water heated, hot water Ir ious illnesf of her mother. EBEEEJEE&&SSEaESEEBEEEE5ffiEEe&B3BBaBEE n ing her, and another nurse from kitchen and bath room and one of the Miss Mi'v Clav Williams of Tulsa was secured for Mrs. House. most convenient and best neighborhoods FAVORITE CREAM PIE. Okla. mate a brief visit to the Misses on earth. Price 3200. Much sympathy is felffoj: Mr. and Gill on h:way to Lexington where she 2 level tablespoons corn starch, 1 pint of sweet cream, The other contains 67 acres of sc- -t Mrs. Henry Terry of Colucbus Miss., will enter Hamilton College. whites of 4 eg. cup of granulated sugar, sandstone land which produces the since the death of their little b year Mrs. Uorge Miller Lusk and niece old son Henry Cecil Terry, who died Put cream on to heat in double boiler, moisten cornstarch with a little finest tobacco and corn on earth. 2 Miss GKdys Frisbie have returned after a protracted illness of malarial cold milk, pour it into the cream stirring constantly until it thickens then add barns that will house 6 or 7 acres cf from a Irotracted visit to Mr. and Mrs. fever. The mother who was Miss sugar, beat the eggs to a stiff froth, stir them carefully into the hot mixture. tobacco, new 3 room house, and think R E. lighes of Louisville. Louise Park is well known here as she Take from the fire and add the juice and grated rind of 1 lemon and a piece of of the price less than 60 per acre. S. H. Aldridge, Hvattsville Ky. Reveind J. W. Beagle left Monday was a frequent visitor ot her aunt, butter size of a walnut. This is sufficient filling for two pies. Use whites of three eggs and two tablespoons of sugar for meringue. to assiff Reverend S. C. Ellis in a Mrs. James A. Roystan. :,, s3r&i i i t W-fe lii sSasfefihi ITS SL el W ?2ra:5 W 5a PS? .'. 'Gossip About :o3e protracted nieeting at Mt. Bnptist church at Paint Lick. Mr.- -. Uriah Duni; and little Uargin have been visiting .Mrs. West. Tabor j in Danville. i e f .da k '.-- " , i i - ! h-- s , I , grand-daughte- -- j i ipvd. , atr ... ' -- '- 1 c ..f - ; . -- n j fri-:r- ?- i ist hd '. 1 tn i- I x- . i , Mi-'- s n , I j5 , ed f Known te Lec-ingto- Page o FOR SALE ON The Central Record, Thursday Sept BLUE GRASS FARM! DUTY OF MOTHERS TO The 10, 1914. KENTUCKY MAN TELLS HOW MAYR STOMACH REMEDY RESTORED WIFE Mrs. W. H. Clarke SUNDAYJCHOOL Lesson XI. i PUBLIC SALE! I will on TUB Will tUbo !!sip It, Them Thursday, October 8th I will offer for sale at public outcry one of the best Blue Grass farms in Third Quarter, For Sept. 13, 1914. SERIES. at 10 o'clock a. m. Bailoi THE INTERNATIONAL Kentucky. Fulfill Hail, Now later on in the season, insure it with 4 Golden Text, Memory Verses, Land will produce Tobacco. Corn, Wheal PAST CONDITIONS Matt, xxv, 13 Commentary Prepared UNJUST. Hemp or any other crop. Well fenced by Rev. D. M. Stearns. and well watered, four natural springs Notwithstanding all His teaching and one fine pond on the place. Farm By VI RA BOARMAN WHITE-HOUSand His many mighty works, the quesis never without an abundance of water tion of Isa. Ilil, 1, still remained, "Who Locust posts on the place enough to and hath believed our report?" Many of of it. Young orchard amply take care a great deal the chief rulers believed on Him, but SUFFIJAG1STS now bearing. Farm is 2J miles from and a mother's because of the Pharisees did not conRichmond on good pike and in splendid duty to her children. Both fess Him for fear of being put out of neighborhood with schools and churches agree, that it Is Indeed a very important the synagogue, for they loved the That we take Paint Stain from all convenient. subject but they see it from different praise of men more than the praise of angles. God (John xil, 42, 43). After His many kinds of Fabric. Ladies are liable to Twelve Room Dwelling On The Place. want to stop the woes upon the Pharisees He spoke of The One of the best frame dwellings in xuin their garments with a little paint march of time and keep things as they the desolation which would come upon the county and in excellent repair. are, or rather put them back tu where Jerusalem until His coming again be.stain. Do not despair. Leave it to Splendid cistern at the door. they were. And to cause of their rejection of Him (Matt I will sell the above in two tracts of show the evil efus and we will return it perfectly clean xxiii, about an equal amount, and then as a fects of the present Instead of admiring the magnifiat a Ismail cost. whole, the way bringing the most mon- day tendencies they cence of the temple, as His disciples paint vivid pictures ey will be accepted. desired Him to do, He said that the d cash, balance on of neglected nursTERMS whole thing would be thrown down eries and of mothPossession terms to suit purchaser. and not one stone be left upon another. ers runni'.g off given January 1, 1915, with privilege As He sat upon the Mount of Olives somewhere in over against the temple Peter and of cultivating prior to that time. search of the vote, James and John and Andrew asked For particulars address and they say that Mgr. LOUIS FAULKNER, Him privately of the end of the age New Phones That Are Not Listed In The when we get It It M. F. ENRIGHT, Phone 230. and when these things would be (Matt Directory. Richmond, Ky. will mysteriously Phone 91-Mark xIlL Luke xxl, xxiv. take o much of our His reply is given in these three Cut out and paste on face of Directory. Long Tom Chenault. Auct. time that the nurschapters and is of greater length than 318-- J Arnold, Ashby.. Res. eries will then be any other recorded answer to a queseven more neglected VIllA IIOAUMAX 384-KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. Bratton, Jim ... . ...Res. Dr. Weston says that to no tion. WHITEIIOUSn. than they are now. 310-Burnside, Robert Res. Allen Scottsville, Sapt. The suffragists, on the other hand, vision but that of Jesus was the coming overthrow visible. He saw what 309-- Cecil, T. E Res. Barren-GlasgSept. 30 Oct. 3. believe the ballot uill help a mother . . Res. to take better care of her little ones. seems to occur to no student of hi- 330-- J Cummins, W. C. Boone Florence, Aug Through it she will have a voice in the storythat the destiny of a nation, as 207-- Disnon, Goe .... Calloway Murray, Oct, .... Res. control of ail the conditions that ulYct that of an individual, is determined 362 Dalton, J. H . Campbell Alexandri. Sept. 1.5. Res. Your by its relation to Christ Christian Hopkinsville, Sept. 29 to not only the home, but the lives d her . ...Res. Francis. Goe.... In every sentence of the discourse 372 children, from inilk inspection to street, ' Oct. 3. g Francis, John .Dry Cleaning. school, playground and hospital regu there seem to resound Christ's open-lu- 3C5 Franklin Frankfort, Sept. words, "Take heed that no man ! 3G3-lation. Koines. Mark . ...Res. Fulton Fulton, Sept. deceives you." Wars and rumors of The Mother's Right. 211 Res. Johnson, John Hart Horse Cave, Sept. wars will characterize the whole age, Hut from whatever angle we loei, but the believer must not be troubled 389-- Jones. Mc. D Res. KENTUCKY STATE whether we want to vote or not. we (Mate, xxiv, G). the end of the ago 81 SEPT. Room. 'King, W. O none of us doubt a mother's responsi- there shall be a At against time of trouble such 386-- F Kelley. Walter Knox Barbourvihe. Sept. Res. bility toward her children, and we as never was before and never will be Larue Hodgenville, Sept. never think of questioning her right to again, and immediately after that 75 Lcng, Robert Re3, McCracken Paducah, Oct. look after and control them. As we Lunsford, Miss Eliza Room. Sou of Man come 7(5 tribulation shall the Monroe Tompkinsville, Sept. shall in the future accept woman suf- In the clouds of heaven, with power 202 Lancaster Bottling Co frage, we now accept this ino&er'b Nelson Bardstown, Sept. great glory (Matt, xxiv, 21, 208- - Moore. Frank . ...Dry Goods. right to her children as such a natural and Pendleton Falmouth, Sept. 9 13. He will find things at His comiug 217- - Masonic Club thing that many of us di not probably Pulaski Somersat, Sept. in glory as they were in the days of 350- - Montgomery, J. E Re3. realize that it is of very recent date; Noah (Matt xxiv. Oct. 312-Robinson. J. F Res. that in the beginning of the last cen The lesson of today and next week tury the mother had no such light. Res. is found only In Matt xxv, which 339-- J Schaoler. J. S The law denied it to her. Itlackstoi:-- ; chapter consists of three parts the 357-i Smith, W. A Res, explained that "a mother, as such, is i ten virgins, the talents and the judgRea. entitled to no power, but only to rever- ment of the nations. The middle por- 311- - Tiliett, Miss Sallie 382-ence and respect" Waller & Rich Res. tion we have already considered in Let us consider the meaning of thf connection with the parable of the 342- - Walters Jno Res. former domestic helplessness of the pounds. Unless we learn to distinguish 367- - Woods, W. B. Res. talia changes with mother: The husband was master of your fowls? between the Jew, the gentile and the Bourbon Poultry Cure all. He had absolute and undisputed church of God (I Cor. x, 32 we may l f.rkfifsl rt hta Mltluicn. Tin tuuill UITU i u,,l,wi vt. Ul ilif lilt.... lie death to li absolute uj interpretathe the seras cf roup, colds and or will them away from their mother, i miss much in greatmatter of thing is to get the other lnect.ou diseases. A even a child unborn, at his death. .u& ' tion, but the few drops la tii dnskiss water message kills the disease serras and prethis he could do with his children, but heart lesson for ourselves the vents sickness. One 50c bottle from His heart to our hearts. not with his property, before he him- -' makes 12 gallons of medicine. He is still, at the time of our lesson, At druggists, or by mail, postself was of age. at Citizens! Natioual Bank paid. Valuable poultry book dealing specially with Israel (the A mother was compelled by law to tree. has only mentioned the Lancaster, Ky. - bosbion imtax CO.. l.ibil.i Ij. bring up her children in the religious Jews) and something yet to be built faith of their father, even if she did not church as IS), but wherever we read herself believe in It: A mother must be (Matt xvi, message Tor the meek and obedient and never Interfere. In the Bible there is a heart of man "How." said Lord Wynford in the English house of lords. "couKl a man The message for my heart in chapTrain Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. .TfJfe! depossibly educate his children if the ter xxiv is that 1 must let no man enceive me; that I must patiently Arrive. wife were allowed to interfere?' I be watchful, ready, Registered Hereford Bull No 10: 5:00 a. m. But even then she could be dilveti dure; that must In the story of the To Maysville. connecting at Kichmon; from her home. Her husband "could be faithful, doing. SEASON 1914. 1 learn that lamps are no with L &. N to Frankfort & Louisville: cruel, brutal, openly and grossly un- ten virgins oil. use without that mini' should alat Winchester with C & O to Lexing- faithful, and no power could b:ir his ways be trimmed, filled and horning iThe Silo That ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & right to take his children from her. al- brightly, never nickering or dim or Two miles from Lancaster on though the wife be blameless " the Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. 1 nm- -t lv ever On the other hand, a woman who going out and that Gives Richmond pike. ready and watchful. From Zech lv No 71; 8:33 a. m. should "attempt to retain her children To Rowland & Stanford connecting against her husband's will was liable I learn that to have a constant supply niiijIlfS Satisfaction R. E. of oil I must know and abide in Him at Rowland, L & N to all points South to imprisonment." Has tlie famous doors who. as my great High Priest, uot only No 28; 11:04 a. m. iUWiSlj, that swing on hinges Old Time Practices. redeems me, but ever lives for me. convenient to oper To Richmond, connecting with L & We read instances of children tasen and as my King or Lord controls all keeps silage per u Jiil m ill .ate - winter and N to Irvine & BeattyviHe, Lexington from their mother and given by the my life, desiring to work in me to will 7 & Cincinnati. Midulesboro & Knoxville. father into the hands of his mistress and to do of His good pleasure. Then ?iTm5fectl'and of babies torn from the mother's shall I know the meaning of "Not by No 70; 11:50 a. m. arms to die. might nor by power, but by My Spirit, Write for our offer and To Richmond, connecting with fast When it was proposed to curb a salth the Lord of Hosts" (Zech. iv. 0) SUo Book Mailed Free train to Cincinnati. man's power over ids wife and children Then shall I. controlled by the Spirit, Also get offer on the Lansing SUo and No 27; 2:09 p. m. counthe bitterest opposition was make good use of the talents intrustlight running Silberzattn Silage the To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon tered. Legislatures for generations re ed to me and hear His "Well done, Cotter. Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling fused to interfere with what was called good and faithful servant" Green, and at Bardstown Junction to "the divine prescriptive right of faMay It by His grace be our Happy Silo Co. thers." Bardstown & Springfield. privilege, dear reader, yours ami mine Incorporated Against steps toward the equal What a terrible thing it will be to be No 9; 8:42 p. m. guardianship laws we find these objec- only professedly His and to hear Him Lexington, Kentucky To Stanford, connecting with fast tions urged: say, "Verllj I say unto you I know train to Bristol & Atlanta. "This bill is grossly immoral becau-.EXPERT MECHANIC IN CHARGE you not" (verse 12; compare chapter it directly annuls the father's right to vii. Compare also the wise and have sole command in his own house foolish of chapter vil, What a lounty Court Days. Complete Line of Tires. and over his own childu-n.mercy that the door is not yet shut Richmond, 1st. Monday. And. as is predicted of woman suf- (verse 10; Luke xllt. 25). What a Supplies and all Kinds of Paris, 1st. Monday. frage today, it would "encourage do- blessing to be shut In with Him. as Official Directory Of Garrard County. Automobile Accessories. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. mestic dissensions." Noah was in the ark (Gen. vii, A. Hardm. Circuit juilge :!on. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Said one old lime legislator. "The As to the interpretation of the paraAttorney Hon. Emmet t hardships and injustii e to women In ble, it specially concerns Israel, for the Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Everything for Your r this instance are great, but not greate: coming of the Sou of Man (verse 13) Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Circuit terk William B. Mason. than in others, and all such instances Is always the coming of the Lord JeShelbyville, 2nd. Monday. iluter Commissioner W. H. Brown FORD arise out of their general position as in- sus Christ in power and glory to judge Trustee Jury Fund BenJ. K. Itobiuso Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. ferior members of the social and polit- and to reign, which means IIU coining She'by Official jurt Stenographer Miss Sue Danville, 3rd. Monda; . ical body." The modern suffragist with His saints after He shall have Mason Prestolite Service. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. County Judge C A.Arnold. could say no more. received them unto Himself. Both the Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. C. Walker. County Attorney G. Vulgate and Syrlac translations give Equal Guardianship Laws. Comity OrU J. W. Hamilton. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. We have now reached in this country the first verse of our lesson thus: Deputy clerk Harry Tomllnaon. MitcMl & Somerset, 3rd. Monday. d Toroncr J. A. Jones. a point where almost of our "Then shall the kingdom of heaven be Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. who. taking Sheriff C. A. Robinson. states have equal guardianship laws. likened unto ten virgins, to Old Arnold Garage. meet the LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Deputy SLeriff urorge T. Ballard. We can look b ick to the opposition their lamps, went out Mis Jennie Hlg Superintendent oi bridegroom and the bride." It Is the Winchester, 4th. Monday. Second Street. which this reform met and which was Phone 124. eft's. return of Christ after the marriage of Monticello. 4th. Monday. so slowly and laboriously overcome. Asessor Dae banders. DANVILLE, 'KY. We can afford to smile at the alarms the Lamb and has some special referVersailles. 4th. Monday. Deputy Assessor E. B.'Kay. and the false predictions which were ence to Israel. Jailer Dave Koss. If you cannot put your hand on the expressed during the long struggle, and Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. we can see clearly in them the very Syrlac translation get a Roman CathoTreasurer J. W. Elmore. same spirit that is opposing "Mrnan lic Testament which is a translation MAGISTRATES. MS., and verify for The undersigned hereby give warn- suffrage today. We ran learn, too. from of the Vulgate I. K. White 1st, Diet. yourself this translation. If you canIjOgan Ibod 2nd. Disc ing to all persons not to trespass upon such epochs in lawmaking that decades not agree with others as to the inwill be John S. Hdm 3rd. Diss. our lands for any purpose whatever as of bitterness and struggle no longer terpretation of this or any other pasA SWAT spared us when women are Junes Coldlron 4th, Dlst. we will prosecute all offenders to ful "the inferior members of the social and sage do not fail to get your own heart COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION est extent of the law. Hunters and. political body." message from the Lord. TDomps Arnold. Jr. 1st. Dlst. Fishermen especially take notice. a. D HcMurtr), 2nd. Dist. P.. L. Elkin. G. W. Elam. a. S. Uendren. 3rd. Dlst. Thomas P. King. 4th. Dist. Chamberlain's Liniment. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney SryKBoda Fliej out la a r.2y in JepsrX Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. I CITY OF LANCASTER, them away from John M. Farra W. G. Anderson troubled with aches, If ycu HORSES AND CATTI was first called to ifayor L. G. Davidson. J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. "My attention If Gives them immedate relief irp the tor 1 City Judge J. P. Prather. Colic, r tureoifLes. mosquitoes and oCfcr pests. Cholera and pains or soreness of the muscles, you B. M. Lear. Chamberlain's S. C. Henderson, I CiLJi.5giis.n. jWjBackffa, City Attorney J. E.Rcbinson. good qualities of I (Try It IS 1 W. S. Embry Diarrhoea Remedy as much as twelve will appreciate the A. J. Caddell, If Ilk t tVfjJ.lJI J City CIrk F.G. Hurt. JL Dart Many sufLiniment, City Assessor John M. Mount. Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. H. C. Arnold years ago. At that time I was seriously Chamberlain's CUy Treasurer W. F. Champ. Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. ill with summer complaint. One dose ferers from rheumatism and sciatica Chief Poiice L. E. Herron. S. L. Rich. W. B. Ray. It CO0NCILMEN of this remedy checked the trouble," have used it with the best results. J. C. Morgan. J. H. Dalton Gregory. Barker writes Mrs. C. W. Florence, Rockfield, 13 especially valuable for lumbago and We will add other names'for i 5cn s Sam Cotton. W. If. Zanone. lame back. For sale by all dealers. Ind. For sale by all dealers. W. O. Goodloe cash. A. Amon. 294 Acres All in Grass. Text of the Lesson, Matt, xxv, Perhaps You Don't Know 33-30- 30, 1914, A. M. SHARP Sell at public auction my farm located three miles from Danville on the Lexington pike containing 85 acres. This place is well improved. Buildings are comparatively new. Residence contains nine rooms. There is a fine barn and all other necessary outbuildings. Good cistern at kitchen door. Water works with hydrant at the door and a hydrant in the barn. Also at same time and place will sell to the highest bidder my stock, crop and farming implements, consisting of two pairs of work mules, one large heavy farm horse, one driving mare eight years old, gentle for lady, some good Jersey milk cows, some nice stock hogs, forty acres of corn, four acres of tobacco; quantity baled straw and oats., farming implements, two buggies and harness, work gear, plows and wagon?. Terms reasonable and made known on day of sale. H. B. PEEL, Danville, Ky. Capt. T. D. English, Auctioneer. SEPTEMBER, WEDNESDAY, AT 10 O'CLOCK It proves its merit with the first dose - no long Years ol Digestive Disorders. treatment. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy Mrs. W. H. Clarkr. of Central Citv. clears the digestive tract of mucoid acKy , for many years suffered from cretions and removes poisonous matter. disorders of the stomach. She tried It brings swift relief to sufferers many treatments with but little en from ailments of the -- tomach, liver and couragement. bowels. Many declare it ha3 saved Mr. Clarke induced her to try Mayr's them from dangerous operations and Wonderful Stomach Remedy. She ot many are sure it has saved their lives. results right away. Then he wrote: Because of the remarkable success of "The medicine has done my wife a this remedy there are many imitators, world of good, and 1 feel that it will so be cautious. Be sure it's MAYR'S. cure her. I intend to keep on until l Go to R. E. McRoberts drug store and she is completely cured, as you have ask about the wonderful results it has been doing her more good than anv been accomplishing or send to Geo. H. one has ever done her, and she has Mayr, Mfg. Chemist, 6 Whiting been suffering with her stomach for St. Chicago, III., for free book on vears. I am glad I was told of your stcmach ailments and many grateful remedy." letters from people who have been reLetters like that are written by users stored. Any druggist can tell vou its of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy wonderful effects. Is Reliered After J In all parts of the country. 151-15- Lancaster One-thir- Dry Cleaning Co NEW PHONES 5. Mb Jk WSSr&$r i IsEti vmtmMrj. i! Diaw ft Check ). INSURE 10-1- 2. ow. for the money you ove and note ho; much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard ' 0. B Bank & Trust Co. I They know he is doing business in a buiines. like way. Better open such an account even if ; our affairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. TOBACCO 4. 5. The Garrard Bank &, Trust Company 23-2- FAIR-LOUISVI- LLE, A 14-1- 9. 2-- 4. 0. 5-- 9. 2-- 2-- 5. 'JO-S- Designed u "3 and Jt costs no more to protect" it from the start, than to wait 4. 3. 27-30- ). Patented. 1867 Twenty-seve- n Years Ago anan cl; the first Cortright Metal Shingles were put on. Q WHY F r.j-l-l ln-..- Frisbie EverSince Standard The They're still on still in good condition, and the only attention they've had is an occasional coat of paint. In addition to the lasting qualities, they're Fireproof, Stormproof and inexpensive. For Sale by I Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company. 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. L.&N. jayr HSKjTmJ 52S3K KENTUCKY STATE FAIR SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE $1,000 Light Harness Stake Student's Judging Contest $1,000 Roadster Stake Former Boys Encampment Service $2.00 Cash. HENRY. Now km TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY Fine Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman's Handiwork CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS GRAND Good Work and Southern FIREWORKS DISPLAY "BATTLE F OF MEXICO" CatIogue and Entry Blank Address Prompt Service Reduced Railroad Rates J. L. DENT, Secretary, 705 Paul Jones Bunding, Ci LOUISVILLE, KY. e ). 24-2- " 'ne Pur-ye- Pill fine enough to ge into the emDty anchors to the wood. Such paint holds on until it wears out, keeps die weather away from the wood and protects you from repair bills. Paint made of one-thir- StateW. PAINT Phoenix White Lead (Dutch Boy POSTED Painter Trade Mark) I and pure linseed oil does all that. Its will add beauty lasting and preserving to the money value of your place. Tint it any color. ' vhyknockerK jwconkews& Our Owner's Painting Guide will help you with the color scheme for your house. We can supply you with anything it calls for. . are-eve- r yy C.C1U faies tk. PL Dr. J. Conn Brotlfers J . it B il The Central Record, Thursday Sept 10 1914. UUCKKYK. Page 7 Ch33dr&3 Cry n A -- " COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. James T. Doty, et al, Plaintiffs, VS. W. A. Doty, et al. Pursuant to a judgment TO HAVE PRETTY HAIR. If your hair is not as soft and pretty, or or fresh and full as that of some friend, do as she does give it daily attention, just the same care you would give a plant to make it halthey and beautiful. Luj unant hair soft, fluffy, thick and lustrous is really a matter of care. If it is too thin, make it grow. If it is too dry and brittle, soften itup lubricate it. If you have dandruff it is because the scalp is too dry and flakes Kerosene can usually be bought for about half the price of gasoline and i gallon of kerosene as on a will develop as much power on gallon of gasoline. kerosene engine Bear in mind that in a Fairbanks-Mors- e you have one you can absolutely rely upon. They are fully developed and will do all we claim for them. Equipped with throttling governor and built-i- n magneto. Start easily even j in cold weather. engines will ,3 While designed especially for kerosene these Very simple use either kerosene or gasoline economically. j in construction. All parts accessible. Quiet, smooth running jl engines that develop full power at low speed. . Fairbanks - Morse Oil Engines a t t m Haselden Bros. uai-ajnt? Write for Catalog 21A80 4- - i, Ft r .jr. B. &'&&''& . iS'JS'M GJ a?. Cv''S'SK-X- v YYXeXXG a EH f Za2 IS fi3B .iffly c .v t 1IS3. I Z. 2 Wft WWEMSK:lis W h? JL sia W liflF3 'WIT eKP 13& IB2 ITiriillPiiliii r ?3f 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 Machine Shop, which is modern in every respect is handled by the best machinists obtainable. All our work is guaranteed and our prices are reasonable. I 135-1- 38 South Limestone. Lexington, sgifc-tf Kentucky. -- 0'.0.0 .s'3 ?' '3"'i '?('-v3c- -' 'x? 3y.8XT3 a; ( I I I 1 1 fa in g fat && m& HOW ABOUT THAT I I I I I II 11 1 1 il fg U$ Gil & BSri jf I I Feed of all kinds will be scarce and high in price this coming winter. The Indiana Silo Co., had sold more Silos up to July 1st, than thejT 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 1 Defendants. rendered at the June Term, 1914, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House Door in Lancaster, Kentucky,' at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts, on off. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1914, Parisian Sage, an inexpensive tonic, it being the first day of the Garrard which you can get from any druggist, County Court Term, the real estate or from It. E. McRoberts is just what mentioned in the pleadings and describ- you need -- it softens the scalp, nourishes ed as follows: 'Hi First: A house and lot in Lancaster. the hair roots, immediately removes Garrard Couuty. Kentucky,' on the dandruff, and makes the hair fluffy, North side of Danville street and bound- lustrous and abundant. Parisian Sage ed as follows; Bounded on the East takes away the dryness, stops itching by R. E. McKoberts: on the North by by the property of w. O. Kigney (now head, mades the hair twice as abundant and beautifies it until it is soft and property of George Smith and on the lustrous. South by Danville street, being the M' By the use of this helpful tonic any same property coir, eyed to Lizzie L. woman can easily make her hair fluffy, Doty by Mattie I. Frisbie, and others, by deed dated August 7, 1906, and re- soft and pretty. corded in the Clerk's cilice of the Garrard County Court in Deed Book 21, page 530, and said deed is referred to l.MJSi. for more specilicdescription of the land. Second; A tract of land in two boundaries and adjoining, in Garrard County, Kentucky, at Point Leavell Miss Nannie Conn is quite ill. and is bounded as follows, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hammackspent 1st Tract: Beginning at a stake at the South edge of the Lancaster and Wednesday in Lancaster. Richmond turnpike, 1 pole from the Mr. Grant Metcalf, came down from center of the same near the East abutment at the end of the wing wall of Richmond Sunday, for the day. the bridge aoioss tile West fork of Mrs. W. N. Mays is the guest of her Back Creek; thence down the creek on tile the East tide N Itt V (a beech tree daughter, Mrs. Ellen Wilson in Rich lore and aft) o7.0 poles to a box elder mond. stump turned out of root on the same I will pay the highest cash prices for East side; thence N S3 W i poles to 3 all kinds of produce. I box elders growing trom the same root, H. j and on the East bank of said creek; W. F. Parks. tnence down the same on same siue is Mrs. Dan Burchell. is in Richmond, 3SJ W, 13 poles to a stake at the West 5? siae of roots of a sycamore on same the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Arthur side of creek; thence down the fcame Bottner. and in the same N 9 E 44J poles to a Mr. C. H. Hinkel. of Paintsville was stake at the end of a stone fence on the week end guest cf Miss, Lula (all the fore the East side of said creek going corners to James U. Denny) ; tnence his line N 4 K 89 poles to a stake Mr. W. A. Whitcomb, of Covington, in said line ri 8S W 23 poles to a sycacreek; thence spent the week end with .Mr. C. S. Ellis more on the Westsideof a S 73 W 7i poles to a stake, corner oi and family. plank fence; thence N 77 V 72.0 poles Prof. G. L. Waterbury arrived Frito a stake in A. R. Denny's line, near a black walnut; thence S 2(iJ E 55i day to take charge of the High School poles to a stake near a small black wal- at this place. nut, corner to aid Denny; thence S 50 Rev. and Mrs. Charles Martin, of W 24 7 poles to a stake in A R. DenBowling Green Florida, have been the : ny's line and corner to James N. Den29.1 poles to stone guests of Mrs. Patrick, '0 ny; thence S 25J E thence S 19J a V u'J Mr. and Mrs. Rice Woods spent near a sugr tree; poles to a stake on the Lancaster and Richmond turnpike; thence with same Thursday the guests of Mrs. Sallie in Lancaster. N SOi E Si poles. S 20 E 3G poles S 51 E 13 poles, corner to v iiliam lieazley, Misses Alma and Mary Lear have (colored); thence with his line N 22 E 20 poles to a stake N 23 E 34 poles to a retuined from a visit to friends in stake; thence S 78 E 3S.8 poles to a post Frankfort and Louisville. near a spring; thence S 29 E 9 poles to Miss Alma Lear left Saturday for to a stake a stone; thence S 10 J in said turnpike; thence S 79 E 23.1 Jackson, Ky., where she has accepted a position as music instructor. 31 poles to the bepoles to W ginning, containing 85 acres and 33 polMr. Arthur Eidridge left Monday es, being tile same land conveyed to said Elizabeth Doty by John Y Leavell. for Hampton Sidney, Va., where he et al. by deed dated September 25, 1879 will enter college for this year. and recorded in the Clerk's OiHce of Miss Margaret Cochran, of Whites the Garrard County Court in Deed Book Station, was the guest of her sister, . , page 2nd. Tract: Beirinning at a stake in Mrs. O. C. Rucker the past week. the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike Mrs. O. C. Kucker entertained in road, l mining thence N SO W 13 poles to a stake in said road; thence rf SUJ Y formally Thursday evening in honor of 39.8 poles to a stake inside of the said her sister. Miss Margaret Cochran. road; thence X 22 E 20 poles to a stake near a gulley; thence N 23 E 31.3 poles The protracted services at the Baptist to a poat; thence S 78 E 3i..5 poles to a church began Monday evening. Rev. fence post near a spring; thence S 2'J E is conducting il poles to the beginning, containing 12 Beagle, of Lancaster, acres ana 7i poles, being the same land these services. conveyed to Lizzie L. Doty by J. A. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Caldwell and Doty by deed dated .November 7, 1911; children of Waco, Texas who have been County the .1 and recorded in Deed Garrard 23, page the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Cald Book Cleik's Office in well left Thursday,. 20'. Through the aforesaid land there is Miss Stella McWhorter left the past reserved a passway leading from the land of J. A. Doty over the said land week for Paintsville, Ky,. where she herein described to the Richmond and has accepted a position in the city Lancaster Turnpike at Point Leavell. school for this term. Said passway runs parallel with and on Paint Lick played two games of ball the West side of Back Creek on said land and is the same that is now used Saturday winning the iirst from Whites and has been used for man years as Station at a score of 9 to 4 and losing the road from the said pike to the residence of the said J. A. Doty, and to Blue Lick at 11 to 10. the same is 10 feet wide, being the j Master Cecil Ferguson of Mt. Vernon, same passway conveyed to J. A. Doty j who has been the guest of his aunt, by W. A. Doty, by deed dated Decern-- 1 ber 21, l'JOfi. and recorded in said Clerk's Mrs. Walter Hammack for several weeks returned home Saturday. oflice in Deed Book 22, page 125. The purpose of this sale is to pay the Mrs. John White of Madison and debt due Jlattie i'. r nsuie ot l.uuu.uu, Mrs. George White and son, John with interest at 0 percent from January 1, 1914, until paid, and furtner to divide Falkner White of Nashville, Tenn. I!. the residue of the proceeds after the spent Monday the guests of Mrs. Rice payment of costs between the heirs-at-laWoods. of Elizabeth L. Doty, as their Mrs. W. F. Parks and daughter will rights may appear. leave Saturday for Louisville where TERMS. they will engage in the l The sale will be made on a credit of nmntlic ;ml tVw nnr. training in the workrooms of wholesale civ nnrl twv chasers will be required to execute milliners. The work will be conducted bonds with approved security for thei by some of the most experienced trimpuicuae puce, uue iti ma uiiu ivvcivt; mers of the day. Mrs. Parks will also months bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, having the force spend some time in the sales rooms and effect of a judgment upon which seeking the latest styles and the best execution may issue, payable to V. H. bargins to be obtained for her Fall Brown, Master Commissioner of the Opening Sept. 2(th. Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will While attempting to get into a buggy be reservtd upon the property sold until The Sunday morning. Dr. W. N. Mays was all the purchase money is paid. property in Lancaster. Ky., and the sicked down by the restless movements property at Point Leavell, Ky., will be of the horse attached to the vehicle, sold separately. and very painfully bruised. His son, W. H. Brown. M. C. G. C. C. Mr. William Mays of Madison, came L. L. Walker. Att'y. down in a machine for his father and Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. took him to Richmond where he is under medical treatment. Mr. R. W. Sanders is. having a new store house built. Mrs. Johnson of Berea was with Mr. and Mrs. Robt Long part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Askins were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray visited their daughter Mrs. Loyd Sanders of Orab Urcharu last week. Several from this place went to High Bridge Sunday on the boat, among the crowd were Misses Minnie Brown, Ha Hill and Willie Miles Ray. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hiil, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and little daughter Stella Mae. Bro. J. W. Beagle and daughter Mable spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Kurtz. Mr. T. O. Hill and Mr. Kurtz motored to Lancaster Sunday morning for preachirg and brought Bro. Beagle anddaughterback. Bro. Beagle visited the Sunday school and gave us a very interesting talk which was enjoyed by all. ?&3&?$8EsmaEmzztii2as for FEetcher's The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in umj iur over ;u years, lias borne the signature ami lias been made Timlcr his per- ?,jCjVK7rs., !,OIlal supervision since its infancy. czys. 6ZCUGZ Allow IlO out; to iieeevi vim in f hi All Counterfeits, Imitations ami are i:perinientsthat trifle vtiTh ami endanger tho healthbut oC Infants and Children li;jericnce against lisperiiaciit. -".Tust-as-jjooii- l" 'HY I Making the .substitute for Taster Oil, Par. a.al S.x.thi g- .Sjrups. It is pleasant. It Oplaai, JXorphiuo nor other . ceiit.:ias it.s ago U its guarantee. It dolrms Worno ,;i!:iys Feverishm-ss- . more V.t.m thirty voars it ha:; hoc;-- , ja for the roi; f of I'oMstipaiioii, Flatnl.-siev- , ,iiid t til! all ToeUiiag- Troubles and lh:rrh-.:It recti la s, the Stomach and Bowels, t7'tio.l, gilnc healthy and natural sleep. assimilates The Children's lanaeea Ihe blather's. Friend. Ca-tor- :. K v. jrorie, I Tons ' What Is CASTOR! A harmless r Narcoito-t-.-.'-t;-.r-o- c-.- - . 11 - to-w- fLiftleFarmPauj v i i: ? Bu EIJIiSE C. C. BOWSFIELD A1'! and losses do not trou bles 0. ' : - ' ' actually bein until he has a few scores of baby chickens on his hands. Success or failure will at this bede-lermiiH- '.l (fMk ?Bears the Signature of CASTOR I A ALWAYS b Use For Over 1 TMC Years The Kind You Have Always Eought ftNTAURCOMPANY, NEW VORM. CiTY. Doiiif. I I I $ 0 1 ! semi-annua- How's This? i i W, P. KiNGAlD, District Agent. Stanford, Ky. J Record, I I We oSer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh ;. that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. r? F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. "We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Phoney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all bustners transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intemsllv. acting directly upon the blood cui1 mucous surfaces of the system. Tcstlnion free. Price 75 cents per botti;. So'd by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constfi.: nn. 1 te Yon a Women ?I SUBSCRIBE FOR BOOKKEEPING The Central TYPEWRITING and Business. Phonography The TELEGRAPHY WILBUR R. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE IacorfoiitejasdEiicttssortaComsarculCoUeg f oiiieifs Tenie Chickens do not require fotxl for the first tlilrty-sl- x hours after hatching. One of the be- -t foods that can be fed the lirst few days is stale bread oak-eIn milk. This should lie crumbled line and placed where the chickens have free access to it and where they cannot step on it. fine of the dillicult problems for the poultryinaii is to de- - j vipu some means Tor feeding iittl thickens so that they can consume the food without soiling it. If placed on the lloor of the brooder or the brooder run the larger part of the food will be trampled uim ami will soon unlit to eat. Small, narrow trays or troughs arc easily made and answer the purpose of keepini: tho chicks from tramping on their food. Granulated oats (with the hulls removed) make an excellent food for young chickens. There is perhaps no better grain for young chU kens than oats prepared in this manner. It may be fed to good advantage after the second or third day in connection with the bread sopped in milk. The chickens should have free access to some kind of grit after the tir;t day. Coarse sand makes an excellent grit for young chicken:. As they get a little older some coarser material must be provided. Milk Is an excellent food for thee young fowls, but it requires skill In feeding. One of the great dillicultie-- ! in rearing fowls i to carry young chickens through the lirst two weeks' Too low without bowel disorders. temperature in tho brooder, improper food and injudicious feeding, even If the right kinds of food are given, each plays an important part in producing these disorders. After the first ten days milk may be given more freely I perhaps than during the earlier stages of the chick's existence. A mixture of line middlings, wheat bran, cornmeal and a little Iineed meal softened with milk makes a valuable food. Hard boiled eggs may be fed from the beginning, but. like milk, tequire more skill than the feeding of bread sopped In milk. On farms where screenings from the various grains become really a by product these form a . cheap and ellicient food for Wheat MTeenins especially form one of the best foods if they contain a portion of good kernels that have been cracked in threshing. Then, too. the screenings contain a number of weed seeds that have some feeding value and are relNhed bv the fowls. They not only provide sustenance, but give variety, and tills in a measure im prove the gem nil health. A good mixture of grains is eipiai parts of whole wheat, cracked corn and cut or crushed Some poulterers prefer to feed wheat one day. corn the next ami oats the ne.t. This is all right either way. Grain once a day N sufficient if a variety of other food is obtainable. A cheap anil valuable food is sfale bread or rolls which bakeries and restaurants sell at 1 cent a pound. Hotel and restaurant table scraps may also be obtained at a small cost. All kinds of vegetables, raw or cooked, may bo used. Meat scraps or ground bone may be fed sparingly with mash. Give the grain in a clean litter early in the morning, mash at noon aim vegetables, softened bread or grain in the evening. Make the mash with sklm-milif it is available.- Sour milk and whey arc good substitutes now and again for mature fowls. Where fowls are kept in confinement it will be necessary to supply some meat food. Finely cut fresh, bone from the meat markets is one of the best, if not the best, kind of meat for laying hens. Unfortunately it is not pracu ticable for many poultrymen to depend wholly on this product, for the reason that it is often inconvenient or Impossible to obtain, and when once secured it cannot be kept in warm weather without becoming tainted. Tainted bones should be rejected as unfit for food. Skimmllk may be substituted wholly or in part for meat food without a decrease In egg production, provided the proper grain ration Is given. d e I j chlf-kenk m ii "mm m1'1 ify 'ii1 ii I i ''' i Motel, y dba &, MZUS i. Sts- v.- Z!2PAHFffm WASHINGTON D. m Pennsylvania Avenue, at 18th & RATES: SeOEt. Gttital Bsti $1.50, $2.00 u?. .3 ?&&&!&izziiV. ni?.j it? : r'- ... IT: :"'- - hen. riht-- i r. aiEe.J3.eo U3 - OVERLOOKS WHITS HOUSE, 8 Elegant Appointments, Pslra Cayrt, Indian Grill Room, Tea Roghi Colonial Furnishings, Library. Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Eocklt "S" wth sitm rap. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. fcgLBsJsjias-'T'"'"- EFr?Ti3!?Pl?53EIiSt! " 3 BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD GARS Effective from August 1. 1914 to August guaranteed against any reduction dur.ng TOURING CAR RUNABOUT 1. :'-;;.- -t and time i490. $440. S690. TOWN GAR V o. it. nil rr fully iMiffl. I AHMrriemmlj (Ill thr t'uittMl MaliFurther, we will lie able to obtain the maximum efficiency in our factory production, and 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 $40 to SCO per car (on or about August 1, 1915) to every retail buyer who purchases a new Ford car between August 1. 191-- t and August 1. 1915. - it! fliil For further particulars regardirg these low nricis g plan sec-- Mau'itcn Garage. and profit-sharin11 II THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. Surplus $30,000. R 3ENWY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T JMBRY, Ass't Cashier. J. L. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. GlLL, Book-Keepe- Safety deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. clIj.CdTtnltj $1.00 Per Year. in mercantile It President has jean and banking bmineu, atso3& years educating 10,000 men and women for inceee. wEnter now. Tonne AddreM WILBUR K. SJMT1I, Ixlnslon, Ky. HIS SALE AT ALL DEUEG1STS F4 mmikummmmama Pear Trees. If pear trees flower heavily a few of the smaller blossoms on each tree should be thinned out. Flowering Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stonnes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors .l...i7-f.- ifct'-- a - Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 10 1914. r ir Pi "? -- ggfaSffiBS v-- ---H o'v I . li mw 3 ;:. CftTr . TE ZMJitTv ooltex 3 lules When worn. are even m Mjie nh&p 111 a. o iJ 9 KN s Hid li --J and young Owen Hendren and Robert H I '! ! M 1 1 I KM--l Kinnaird being the successful ones. These boys are under 18 years of age and will be furnished free transportation to Louisville and return and entertainment the entire week on the grounds of the Fair Association. Young Mr. Hendren is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hendren. while Robert 4 ..IH..Hj..::.0-v- v Kinnaird is a son of Dr. and Mrs. J. li. Kinnaird. The latter is appointed to BARNYARD MAKU3S. represent Elliott county, theie being Value of an Impanart Manunal reno application from that county. Be Saved. source Winh St.c-!- :! lt United St t.-- .Iipartnimi ie everv dav next week at ;Prepar.- uK:. of l an in Garden W i ! t 0010(.gOOOf"&"3 ? 3 foaD n I HERE fi t.eet. to get a First Class air Cut and on Richmt-.- have - ' Blocking H r u Sperrialty. We arr here to stay. The old reliable barber nzi- t ESSi MW-VSs?K DOUft 111 p Scores of women have been admiring the handsome new Wooltex garments, in the Style Book that has been received in their mail during the past few days. ;the preaxher was right. J But no fashion picture can do justice to these exceedingly handsome garments, which we are now displaying. J The texture of the fabrics, the beautiful new colorings, the smart tailoring, and the artistic finish, are things that cannot be reproA. 3. ROBERTSON PI duced on a printed page for never before have & BRO. m styles, materials and colorings been quite so PI T1ji SjlU WmJtcx coati suirs &l.irts "i? !& lumdsome as in the new Wooltex garments that ."HiiriiifriroiiiTi'?iiHTiii are waiting here for your inspection. Look over the Style Book, make a list of the numbers that win your favor; then come to our store and let us show you the actual farments. Try them on and see how becoming they are and Jicw splendidly the garments are made. Then you will appreciate more than ever the very mod- il bpw A Sli-- ? m lis' i manure is tin ::i taut mammal iVMHiriv "f fie l:.ii and j It ' should lie carefully s.ivetl anil not only enrich"- - lie ill with nitro- A preacher came at a newspaper pen. pliospli.irie :- i- ! at. poi.-i- li. lint it j man in this way; You editors do not also renders the .lured up i.:::teri.'l "f tell the truth. It you did you could not the soil more :ir.illallt. iia proves the ' live; your newspapers would be a fail- mechanical emulitin of the m11. makes You are It warmer and en.ible It to ret.iiu mure ure. The editor replied: Prices Right, ;Good Service. right and the minister who will at all moisture. Phone 354-Ou the basis of prices charged for times and under all circumstantes tell fertilizers, the averaw i the whole truth about his members, commcrci.il mnuure auaually produced Lancaster, - - Kentucky. value of the alive or dead, will not occupy his pulpit by each hursu or mule ."T. by each more than one Sunday, and then he will head of cattle $10. by cjch ho .i2 and D. find it necessary to leave town in a by each sheep $- -. Probably less than huiry. The press and the pulpit go hand half these values are actually realized in hand with whitewash brushes and In practice. It should be stated, howpleasant words, magnifying little vir- - ever, that this method or estii. :'ti.ur the open. ii:i!e.idinn ' tues into big ones. The pulpit, the pen j value of nj.imire i OfRc" at Rair.ey s Livery Stable and the grave stone are the great I3arn.":m '- -: ; r .1. 1 Henry Duncan. R. M. BOURNE ; Auctioneer. A. i- -. P ryor, r. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Lancaster. Kentucky . saint K 6j ' K And the great making triumvirate. ' minister went away looking very thoughtful while he editor turned to ' his work, and told of the uusurpassing beauty of tb bride, while in fact she was as homely as a mud fence. ' i a i mr. &?&iJg t- & lixgjgg) i ?utiafCticu daaranteed H4' Trachoma, a highly con-4- 1 A dis- tsious and infectious chronic eye your copy of the Style Book has not arrived, let us know at once and Ave will have another e.;-- e, long a. pestilence in the older 4 count. - anil uually spread by means towels, pencils and 3 of and , Y other thing-- used in con:non by child- ren and fami.ies. and which, without prompt recognition anu persistent T& WWl treatment, results in serious and per-- I Opposite Post Office & manent impairment of vision or blind-- j ' Ua Bath In Connection. ::ess in a large majority nf cases, is of- -' ficialh reported by experts of the U S. Public Health Service as widespread IS n 2Jz in the counties of Breathitt, Clay, Lee, J Jackson. Leslie, Owsley, Perry and ad- - POnLTItY 3LUU1!E IS THE MOST VALTJA11LE. sections, with many cases in COATS, SUITS, SKIRTS. I'jacent and Clark Counties and more The real value is determined by the ef, or less spread into almost every oth;r fect of manure on crop yield-- and on crop product-.- . I of-- J quality of county in Kentucky, presenting to The urine Is by far the most valuable ficials and people problems, both health, For Every Occasion part of the excreta of animals. It i uemanu-- . especially rich in readily available ecomomic anu numamtarian, ing prompt and concerted action,especi-'troi;ewhich rapidly into the ally by school authorities and others nlr If special precautions are not take:.. John iVi. McRoberts. -css Having the care of children with wfcom to prevent its loss. It is also rich in the ravages of the disease seem most potash, but deficient in phosphoric acid. it siiouiu. as a rule, oe used in connecJ. F. Robinson bought IS head of. WAR CUTS OFF IMPORTS disastrous. solid duns, the one thus Now, therefore, be it known, that tion with the Lutes Bros, sale at an average cattle at supplying the deliciencies of the other A-ple- nty th"i State Board of Health of Kentucky of $33.00 a head. He also purchased and m:i kin a more evenly balanced t OF BARYTES in the exercise of authority vested in manure. of J. H. Baughman, a brood mare for Physician and Surgeon are kept for two purposes; for beef proCattle i $150. it by law, hereby forbids any person Barnyard manure is a very variable Any time any ol my catduction and for milk production. To do either right Many Deposits in United States Accord to be afflicted with trachoma, com-- I substance, its composition and value they must be healthy. There is nothing better to tle get anything wrong LANCASTER, KY. For Rent For 1915. keep them in continued good health, or to make with them give them a monly known as "red sore eves" to depending mainly upon U) age and Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220 ing to United States Geological few doses of B e e D e e them well quickly when sick, than a few doses of attend any school, public or private, in kind of animal, (2) quantity and qualI have two good houses, tobacco and STOCK .MEDICINE. proportion of this Commonwealth as teacher or pupil, ity of food, (3) management. litter and They soon get well. Survey. corn land for rent to responsible peaple. Office Hour. OSlco WVit 3We STOCK Ordinary method of John S. Carrol!. and requests and instructs all physicians, barnyard manure, properly cared for. Teams and tools furnished, if so desired. . m to li. 1 p. m. to 1. l.?xiuston Strecl JUoorhead, Miss. MEDICINE Since the outbreak of the war in j teachers school trustees, county and may be assumed to contain on the avFor other informaticn call on Sweeney f up the liver Drives No. 4, Stanford, Ky, Europe many American users of for- city board of health and other oiiicials erage Stirs of 1 per cent of nitro- 13- Morgan. R. F. D. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. of 1 per cent of phoseign l.arytes have been forced to look I and good citizens to assist and coope- gen and disease poisons away. At vaur dealer's. a. z I home for their future supplies, and rate in preventing the further spread phoric acid. at f. DENTIST. Mature animals, neither gaining LIVE STUCK 31AIIKET. it may be Weil to iiitorm the genera of this disease, otherwise likely to i losing weight, excrete practically nor phon tw. Lancaster, Ky. . as public that there is undoubtedly a good entail misery to individuals and a much fertilizing material as CINCINNATI I'NION YARDS. thev con- d Piymoth Rock egs. Sej.t !ij xxoiiocoocooneoooacocen I For Hoi; Cattle Sheep supply of barite in this country. ' -v in their "V"" siume PXL.rpt food. Growing - animals,. . fO CATTLE: Slilpi-erhas a wide variety of uses in calculation in tne light of experience i Mrs. J. A. Hubble, s ,.,.. !W -- a npS OO&s '.'j Butcher steers extra with it in other and older countries. much as is contained in their food. R. R. No. 1. Eubank, Ky. FARMER'S COLUMN the manufacture of paint, lithopone. H 15& T '.' Good to choice wall paper, glass, artificial ivory, in-- ! It further instructs county and city milch cows from GT to S3 per cent, fat." SCfn i; "' For Sale; Farm of 23 acres, twoand Common to fair with tening or working animals from ST to boards of health, in Veo co9ooaov904 oooo00i Heifers, extra 7S.V&!. 00 secticides, fertilizer, etc. half miles from town on Buckeye pike. Good to choice their tesiiective city council and fiscal 0.". per cent In the fertilizing value of In 1919. th TTnir..d Star...: nrnrlnr-e,- ! 7 iJ 7 75 : ftil rlie uxclu ct'iun thin heAailK j New improvements. Price and terms Common to fair in its 7.'i 'M of manureprobablynormal 7 00 37,478 short tons of barytes. valued at courts to inaugurate and execute and , "l";' i nd is fnr our fHrinir Hlivril-.!- i. rt Lick. Kentucky. fare, animals staml C.VXgfiTS ; Cons, .. iu! fv.rli tiiiiiK" on j reiisonauie. Slks.ais .nrSi.Mt 1 im...,rtP,l to require the heads of families and m '. jtrsm nfft-i- i to ilier ' C. A. Wearren. Lancaster, R. R. no. 3 Good toextra r. "a 75 C .) choice onler: fonltry. si.eep. lue I :iiv inrsnrr cuiiaut u (n .v.,,,!. an n:i, """ ""...j pips. Horses, cows. o.ioo snori ions oi cruue oaryies, iu""- Commou to fair ..., .. 3 f5 N tintirv ill Im hci'MI ver four m-( :;00(cC4J valued at $42,467, or $2 a ton. In 1913 regulations as such board may consider The amounts of fertilizing constltu- - "Ag1"' r OUiJ l. Mr. "V. 51. Smith, of Point Leavlle. Canuers !l i W1" I1 Vtll Office Hours lto4-7tp. rs n Oil ,'U Bulls lalo?iia production was 45 29S expedient to prevent the spread of cuts in the manure stand in direct rela- the domestic has 23 head of steers that will weigh i TAa7 no Fat bull short tons, valued at $15G,a"5. or $3.45 trachoma, which is hereby .declared to tion to those in the food. A from TOO to 1000 pound, he wishes to CALVK.- -: extra I12.VS.11 .'0 Jersey Szle Sept. luth. be an epidemic and communicable di- the value of manure produced, the MB. K. Bbdiij ani T. A. Wiieelef at ton, and the imports of crude barytes sell at 7 rents. Kairttjaood t N001075 centrated rpctluis C'jimnoiiaud !arce.. . 50ln ."O weie 35.810 short tons, valued at ?01,-40- sease and to this end they are reques- scrap, cottonseed sums. Mich as meat .Doctors Of Denial Surgery. meal, linveetl meal Fon Sale: A few more extra nice 110i.: good tucker aud butchers ! a". K tOi "fi seed barley for sale. or $1.71 a ton. From these fig- ted to bring all persons infected with and wheat bran, stand Ofiice: s:orm BnlldlagoTei Hurt & Ascler- k 15549 '" Walton loss. ' while Leghorn hens at a reasonable Mixed ;iacLerures it can be readily seen that those trachoma under prompt and proper treat miiious plants (clover. tirst. the le?tl- oir Fnrnitnre Store. j Staz .eas. ete.l sec- ' Aoa'ZTOa j price. Mrs. J no. O. Doty, ment during premonity or other stages ond. t'nmpioii to choice heavy fat wiv. S "Va s 20 users of barytes located on the eastern the grasses third. lercaU (oat. LANCASTEP., Ja-nI. Hamilton has CO jjood ewes, KENTUCKY. Marksbury. Ky. of the disease. j L1'-- t !iipi"rrf SIW3WS0 seaboard have been able to procure corn, etc.) fourth, and root crops, such ( hf wid sell on one var.-- time. By order of the Board, this Septem- as turnips, beets ami tuunxel ... . 5 AQ.Q x '! i foreign barytes cheaper than they Crystal White Orphington pullets for Pis. UlOlhstnd Iel . wur.els. 4 Vii i E1J: extra ber 1st.. 1914. last. could buy domestic barytes. 1.00i bushel of seed Barley for sale. sale. Ready to lay. SI. 00 each. 4 (ooil to c!iol-- e John G, South, President. .!. T. Preston. Cam) Nelson. Ky. ' The nitrogen of the food exerts a ex Ca;l office phone K0 or residence 153. Common to fair 2504 13 The following facts regarding the loA. T. McCormack. Secretary. greater influence mi the rput'ity of the cation both of mines in operation and A. F. SandeM. For Sals. manure than any other constituent. It of undeveloped deposits are given by Is the most costly fertilir.Inir constitTinder :nd Robinsons Duroc Sale 1 will have eight yearlings the United States Geological Survey aril one uent. It undergoes more inodilicatio:i Sept. 19th. and will be of present interest. two year old tnult at th stock pens in in the animal stomach than the mineral HER FRIENDS In the United States the principal NOW Lancaster, Court day. T. W. Conn constituents (potash and- - phosphoric Mr. G A. Morgan, of Spainey, lias Mrs. Richard Croker, wife of the sources of supply are the Missouri and acid) and rapidly escapes from the 300 bushels of nice seed rye for sale, j A nice southdown buck strajed from t.otcd leader of Tammany, died Kesidence Phone 3 Office Phone 27. in Aus- Appalachian districts. In 1913 the HARDLY KNOW HER manure in fermentation. The secretion Write him. (V. A. Lear's last week and was last tria. Missouri district furnished between OS of urine increases with the increase of LANCASTER KY. 'seen around town. Any information nitrogenous .substauces in the food, Houie Leader Oscar Underwood pre- and C9 per cent of the total production Write des-- j will Wanted a small farm. be appreciated by its .owner, thus necessitating the use of larger I dicts the passage of the big 1,000,000 of the United States, and among the .. O. Wearen, Route 3, cnption. . , J. il. vress. r Appalachian States Georgia, North But This Does Not Bother Mrs. amounts of litter and affecting both the Emergency Rjvenue Bill this week. x.ani:asiur, rvy. Phone 330 G. amount and value of the manure. Preachersville. Ky. Easiet financial conditions as reported Carolina. Tennessee, South Carolina Burton, Under the Barnyard manure rapidly undergoes Bud Pollard has some nice sows and and Virginia, ramed in the order of imchange. When practicable to remove Mr. A. T. Traylor, of Lincoln, has from London are reflected by an Circumstances. i production, reported an output of crude pigs he will sell some one at a bargain, 24 Leading Manufacturing the manure rapidly and spread it on head of good sheep and an extra provement in the situation in this barytes. See him quick if you want a bargain. the flold at short intervals the losses good Shropshire buck for sale. Write country. Houston, Texas. In an interesting of valuable constituents need not be So far as known no barvte3 has been him at once for they are in demand. 110 Chinese students destined to produced from Alabama 3Ir. W. T. West has a good mines since letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton very great, but when the manure must matriculate in eastern and middle wesSouthdown buck for sale. be 133-13- 5 West Main St. ForSale; One yearling horse colt, tern colleges arrived Pacific Liner 1906. There are some deposits which writes as follows : "I think it is my duty of stored for some time the difiicultles preservation are greatly increased. probably could be worked in Calhoun, to tell you what your medicine, Carditi, Fos Sale; A No. 1 Short Horn Bull also a pood family mare jcentle for China Monday. One of the best ways to utilize barn- - 'Lexington, Kentucky. Etowah, and St Clair counties, in the children to drive. 9 months old. yard manure Is to apply it in connec Kansas City Mo. sustained a loss of northeasiern part of the State, and in the woman's tonic, has done for me. New York, Brussels, Belguim. Jno O. Doty, Jr. J as. Sutton, I was down sick with womanly trouble, tion with such fertilizing materials as over a million dollars Mondai as the Bibb County, near the center. Marksbury, Ky. Marksbuy. Kv. and my mother advised several different supplement Its fertilizing constituents the sudden overflow of seveVa i result of Within a radius of about 15 miles These materials may be either comLOST: Between Preachersville and small creeks swulien bv quick rains. centered about Cartersville, Bartow treatments, but they didn't seem to do posted with the manure or used sepaFtrayed from my place about three me any good. I lingered along for three The net earnings of the Louisville & County, Ga., considerable iron ore, rately, except in case of nitrate, such weeks ago, a dark red male shoat Lancaster, last Saturday, a United States tire, 32 x 4, with rim attached. Nashville Rtilroad Company show a ocher and barite are mined from resid- or four months, and for three weeks, J as nItrateof soda, which should never weighing about 75 lbs. was in bed, so sick I couldn't bear for be composted with barnyard manure Jas. N. Denny, R. F. D. 1. Please return to Record otllce, or Jones decrease of 5549,000 for the month of ual clays derived from Cambrian and any one to walk across the floor. on account of danger of denitritication Anderson, Preuchersville. Reward. .luiy as against the same month last Ordovician rocks. The deposits are on My husband advised me to try Cardui, and loss of nitrogen. As Is well known, the east side of the Appalachian fold I believe I have the best Southdown year. the woman's tonic. I have taken two barnyard manure is lasting In its buck in the country, for sale, and 2 of i Mr. J. G. Burnside, near Point Leav-el- l, A Merchant Marine Committeee in a and form a northward continuation of would like to graze about 20 cattle bottles of Cardui, am feeling fine, gained effects and In many cases need not be the best Duroc boars in the world. House has minimized the the Alabama field. applied so frequently as the more on a fine piece of grass for 30 days. He report to the Iti Kentucky barite deposits are 15 pounds and do all of my housework. soluble and quick actlns superphosJ. F. Robinson. objections offered by other nations to also has 3 Ky Red Berkshire boars, known in the central (Blue Grass) and Friends hardly know me, I am so well." phates and potash and nit rosea salts. If you suffer from any of the ailments weight 100 pounds each that are for the purchase ofships for that purpose western portions of Wanted;- - 4000 tobacco sticks. the state. Barite by this country. so common to women, don't allow the sale. Walton Moss. The City Commissioners of Lexing- has been mined in Boyle, Fayette and trouble to become chronic. Begin taking Garrard counties south of Lexington, For Sale y. ton have passed an ordinance that Kentucky wheat drill good It is purely vegetable, A No. one the deposits are known in 13 counties Cardui Diarrhoea Quickly Cored. 1915 saloons shall not be its ingredients acting in a gentle, natural as new, for 20. A farm of 113 acres, five miles from after March Everything for Orchard. Lawn and centered about the capital. way on the weakened womanly constituBuckeye pike on good conducted in connection with groceries T. Henry. Lancaster near J. "My attention wa3 fir3t called to Garden. or other businesses. tion. You run no risk in trying Cardui. dirt road, stone house with with eight Cholera and Chamberlain's Colic, TWO APPOINTMENTS FROM GARRARD. It has been helping weak women back to Rent; For year 1915. .with rooms, new tenant house on place with The Carranza forces have agreed to For Diarrhoea Remedy aa much. .as twelve Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. seeding privilege this fall, 150 .acred three, rooms, 2 good tobacco barns a plan out lined by Gen. Villa for the Garrard County will be well represent health and strength for more than 50 years, ago. At that time I,wa seriously farm with good five room bouse. 30, Good land for hemp, tobacco .s.and all establish of a provincial government in ed at the Kentucky State Fair encamp- years. It will help. you. At all dealers. ill wjth.summer complaint... One doits & Sons. acres wheat, 20 acres corn. 3 acres to- grain. If interested call on, Dave Mexico, and it has been characterized ment for boys, two having been apWrite to: Chattanooga Aledlclne Co.. Ladles' of. this remedy checked. the trouble," Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Term., (or Special Lexington, Kentucky. Anderson, R. F. D5 "No. 3 Lancaster, as "not unreasonable" by President pointed from here. The appointments Itutruetionron your case and bacco, rest in meadow and grass. Hon writes Mrs. C. W. FJprence, Roc'kfield, book. Wilson. Fred J. Conn, Lancaster, Ky Ky. were made by competitive examinations Treatment (or Women." sent in plain wrapper. EW-Nurserymen since 1841. Ind. For sale by all dealers. erate prices. "Whereas v.'bih-bttsins. IK t CKOHf-- PROCLAMATION. E. V. Morrow, Graduate Optician If j THE NEW ! 7k r! JLj$ efi 3arber Shop V 'JtMM The Store That lis Wooltex. I I $nlQ Di rJ7lSiUa5. Out DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. ine lowers n. ' Beef and Milk W. M. ELLIOTT, ' ! 1 Bee Dee I one-hal- one-thir- d F. "WiOlTET? . . . SALE;-Barre- Ba-rvt- v.. r.; ... i- - ,. H. ' J. PATRICK, Dentist. o9 1 I 2.r :;Z ," r : "''" "" iwuik Paint " ." 9, bu'-liei- s ' -- i ; 7- 2.-- .". I R BEAZLEY : i General News. Funeral Director and Embalmer Victor Bogeert Go, Jeweiers&importers -I- Strawberry TREES Phlox, Etc. Plants Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb. Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, to-da- H H.F.Hillenmeyer B i i w ? t'jJp'J!t'f--ufi-' ? s&a X- a J.i