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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 17, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914091701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 17, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGION UN2ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT k lil TWENTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. NUMBER 21. 3J1E 3!S See prices on Ladies and childrens shoes at Moors. Excursion days are drawing to a close Soon we should be able to engage a good cook for the winter. A good number of our farmers are congratulating themselves on having 'held their wheat for a dollar". JOSEPH MERCANTILE COUNTRY LIRE SPRING TIME. MillivLerz SEPTEMBER 26th, 1914 Showing a full line of Millinery Novelties Special display of Tailored Hats. Practical and Stylish. The Baptist Ladie3 Aid Society will have an exchange at W. B. Ball's store Saturday. Sept 18th. Everything good to eat. Mingled with the beautiful and grace- QpL is clothed is beautiful A in the store room of the Joseph Mercan- to behold. Trees still in full foliage, tile Co.. and when the work is complet- bright and green from the copious rains, ed this progressive firm will have one splendid crops of waving corn and We luxuriant fields of tobacco on all sides, of the handsomsst and most lend an air of thrift and prosperity, and store rooms in central Kentucky. those who live away from here and chance to drive into the country, think GETS "DAY WORK" that we indeed dwell in the land of milk and honey. m MjlMMiiEWlTlirgrii;G::r5M'J'rrgIl larHLIMr CO. IMPROVING. ful golden rod. the country handsome new front is being placed in spring like verdure and ME. PAHMEE are headquarters s; gj m lor 0 Mrs Ada Kinnaird. H DC E $3S&&&33& ! IH mm i 11U1UU1 STOVES your Tobacco from House Burning by using our $? CHARCOAL We carry in stock coal, and a full line of Cook Stoves Heating Stoves, Grates and Grate Fixtures of all kinds. Prices Right. B LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. lrII ElL 1L1G VLiss i m 3 I Sept. 26th. I JZ3 Please hand us that $ 515. Suits $7.00 at Moore's. Pawpaws are ripe and fairly plenti ful. 'Pcssum and sweet tater time nigh at hand. See prices on ladies and childrens shoes, at Moore's. You should see the $15.00 suits at the Fashion Shop. If you want bargains come cloiing out sale at Moores. to the Dont fail to See the Great Million DoIIor Mystery at Opera HoAs'e Friday night,- other good pictures will be showre,.,. &fy v 't-;-, Messrs Lawson & Brown, the stock buyers, purchased last Saturday of Mr. Henry Sanders of the Hiattsville locality, 50 head of hogs, which averaged 180 pounds per head, and for which they paid him 8i cents per pound, which ii 3ME amounted to $15.30 per head or $705. in the aggregate. These hogs were lais-e- d The Lancaster church' having been by Mr. Sanders and are of the"Ken-tuck- y PAID CHEERFULLY. made a station, there will be preaching Red Berkshire" strain, the kind The oil which was placed upon our of hogs every Sunday morning and night. that are destined to make GarWe not only invite the members, but streets this summer, and from which rard county famous. all who may desire to worship with us. we derived so much pleasure and benefit, was put on by the "City Dads" S. H. Pollitt, P. C. practically on speculation. There were STATE FAIR THIS WEEK. no city funds available, and they trustThe closing event, and the crowning, A BARGAIN. ed to those who were benefitted by it of the fair season is being pulled off in Having moved to my farm, I will sell to "chip in" and pay the bills. Most Louisville this week, The Kentucky my house of 8 rooms and 1J acres of of those asked "came across" cheerState Fair. Lancaster, of course, is land, on Danville street for less than fully, but a few tight wads only paid furnishing her quota to this great event. its value. New roof, bath, house late- half priced and kicked on doing even Garrard county ha3 a fair going people, ly painted, large garden, plenty of that much. especially to when we come to a realiza Apply to G. A. fruit, desirable home. tion of the fact that she has no fair of Swinebroad or Hughes & Swinebroad. NICHOLASVILLE her own. They begin with the opening event early in July, and their appetite JOINS DANVILLE is not satiated until the closing bell rings on the last dav of the State Fair SPLENDID SALESMAN. As A 'No Holel Town". in Louisville. ParKS & Hendren have secured the The Hotel Nicholas, the only hotel in services of Mr. T. K. Watson, as sales- Nicholasville, suffered damage by fire man, and he will enter upon his duties last week to the amount of several ROBT. POINDEXTER INJURED Monday. Mr. Watson has had a long thousand dollars, sufficient to render it The following is taken from the Danexperience behind the counter and is useless as a hostelry. Nicholasville ville Advocate of the 12th inst: considered one of the best in Central now, like Danville, haa no hotel accom"Mr. Robert Poindexter, son of Mr Kentucky.. For several years he has odations, and it remains to be seen C. K. Poindexter, of Marcellus, was been with R. H. Batson in Lancaster. whether or not she will xhibit the painfully injured when he fell from a Danville Messpnger. same lack of enterprise and will remain second story room in the shop at that without a place ot accommodation for place. He fell about fifteen feet and landed standing up. His ankles were BUYS CAR LOAD OF MULES. the traveling public. so stoved up that he is unabl to walk M. Lauber of York Pa., who was and it is feared that it will be some BETTER CROSS THE with W. B. Burton, the local horseman time before he will be able to get about. last week, succeeded in purchasing a Mr. POND AND ENLIST. His ankles are greatly swollen. Dancar load of mules in the county and Poindexter has been residing in returned to his home Sunday. The The Advocate tells of the arrival in ville and has many friends here." mules are to be shipped this week. Danville of a band of gypsies, wLo "are His purchases were as follows; of J. busily engaged in tilling fortunes". Lee Murphy of Hedgeville 15, two year Yes and incidently stealing everything olds at $118. per head, of Mr. Hutch-ing- s which is not nailed down. These wanof near Bryantsville, 10 yearlings dering, thieving nomads have come to for $1000. and of Richard Burton 10 be considerable nuisance in this part of yearlings at $100. per head and 4 yearl- the state, and thev should not be alings at $80. per head. We lowed to light in any community. have burglaries enough without them, Purchasers get Hughes can and they have committed sufficient years experience thein benefit of our 10 Hudson the business. past to furnish you Coke to use in depredations in thevisitors. prove them Look for other bargains listed in next selves unwelceme issue. Owners of farms who want to your tobacco barn. sell should see us at once. A TIME WORN BUT 270 acres of land, located near Coy on CAN WHILE YOU CAN Kentucky river. In high state of culti USEFUL WARNING. vation, 105 acres in grass, 85 acres in And While Canning Is Good. Before many moons we will be com- bottom land producing corn every year The thrifty housewife is canning splenevery available fruit and vegeatable in pelled to have fires in chimneys which at shipping point on river, large, did residence, store room and other anticipation of the high prices which have remained unused throughout the necessary out buildings. This farm are sure to prevail during the coming summer. During this time there has produces well and is one ot the best Vegetables and fruit are been ample opportunity for them to bewinter. bargains on our list. Price $75.00 per cheap, as well as cans, and a goodly come defective and set fire to the home. acre. supply of what is plentiful now will Birds pick the lime from between the 176 acres within one mile of Paint bricks and many other causes operate surely prove beneficial when the strin Lick on L & N R. R. with good imgent times are upon us. Corn, beans to render them dangerous. It is not a bad idea, and one that provements, land lies well and is fertile and tomatoes in the vegetable line and peaches and pears in the fruit, all of often saves a conflagration to have within J mile of graded jchool. Worth which are abundant just at present, your chimmeys thoroughly examined the money asked $105 per acre. 85 acres of land on pike mile from will add materially to the larder, which and if necessary repaired before starting your winter fires. good village 9 miles from Lancaster, will be hard to fill this winter. first class land, good improvements, 10 room dwelling, well watered. In the MR. JACK HENDREN ASSESSOR DAVE famous "Camp Dick Robinson" section. PAINFULLY INJURED. Price $125.00 per acre. SANDERS RELIEVED Three cottages at the low prices. 'Mr. O. H. Hendren, the Lancaster $1800., $2000. and$2100. 0(I!i! Roll While He Slept. pike farmer and stockmaii, sustained DE 3G 200 acres good 'and, near Bryant3ville On last Thursday night a sneak thief painful injuries while leading a pair of well improved, large tobacco barn. If entered the home of County Assessor mules. One of the animals attempted you want a money maker see this farm. 's Dave Sanders; and proceeding to the to jump over a culvert and Mr. $70. per acre. hand was caught on a snap on sleeping apartments of Mr. and Mrs. No 491. 185 acres of high class land, A great place wa3 Sanders on the second story of the the bridle rein. 2 miles out. 2 large tobacco barns, per home, removed his pants, which were torn in his hand and he has suffered acre, $120. invites you to view hanging near the head of his bed, to much pain as a result, but is doing 493. Cottage and 5G acres of fertele extracted " the kitchen and there $71. in cash there nicely now." article taken from the land, large tobacco barm, all but 9 The above all that is smart and from his pocketbook and acres in gras3, on pike in one mile of several checks. Nothing else was dis- Danville Advocate refers to Mr. O. J. Lancaster. Price $120. per acre. Hendren, who recently removed from turbed, but the intruder went to the new in model and No 494. Several pieces of splendid home of Mr. AI. Sanders next door, this county to Boyle and purchased the and as it was raining, secured his ram handsome "Slavin place" on the Dan- city property for sale. Tailored Hats The coat and umbrella. Nothing else was ville pike of Mrs. Nannie Jones. 496. 100 acres of land, i mile from disturbed in either residence, and there many friends of Mr. Hendren in Gar- Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles is absolutely no clue to the marauders. rard are grieved to iearn of his injury from Lancaster, good improvements, and hope it may not prove more serious large tobacco barn, well worth the than the report would indicate. price of $100. per acre. ROBINSON AND TINDER'S 497. 222 acres of fine land near LanDOCTOR CASTS caster & Lexington pike, splendid imPublic Square. BIG HOG SALE provements, at $90. per acre, HIS LOT WITH US. 498. 63 acres, improved, near Paint NEXT SATURDAY WILL BE FORERUNNER Lancaster, Kentucky $95. per acre. Dr. W. E. McWilhams and family of Lick Graded School at Of Many Such Sales In The County. 499. 73J acres of rich land, right on Walnut Grove, Ky., have cast their lot DE IC Messrs Robinson and Tinder will con with us. Dr. McWilliams comes to us pike, well improved, 2 miles of Lancasduct their big sale of Duroc Jersey hogs highly recommended as a gentleman ter, priced at $120. per acre and is on next Saturday, and a big crowd is and physiciar. He attended the public worth it. ' Things are selling cheap at Moores. expected. The sale is to be a bona schcols in Pulaski County and upon No 501. 45 acres, new house on pike, You should see the $15.00 suite at the fide one in every particular and will in- graduating, was a successful teacher near Bryantsville. Price $4,000.00. Fashion Shop. clude the pick of two herds of this cele- for several years. Later he entered No 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from Local coon hunters are beginning to brated strain of swine, which these Georgetown College and completed the town limits of Lancaster on Lexington He then entered the Avenue, unimproved, beautiful buildtake stock of their best dogs. gentlemen have spent years in breed- course there. ing and gathering together. There are Medical Department of the University ing sites, a bargain at $150. per acre. Soon will be "the frost upon the many splendid individuals to go under of Louisville, where he graduated with 503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile pumpkin and the fodder in the shock". the hammer, and those seeking the honors in 1911. After taking a post from pike, fertile land, highly improved If you see an idle hand, refer him to very best in the way of hogs will do graduate course in New York, Dr. lies well, splendid water, susceptible of to Pulaski County division into two or three farms. $95. the first tobacco grower you can think well to attend this sale. of, he needs him. This marks the first sale of its kind where he has enjoyed a lucrative pe'r acre. Every farmer who has a silo.is mak- in the county, and it is expected to be practice. 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from We are glad to welcome Dr. ing preparation to fill it for use during the forerunner of many such sales which Lancaster, large tobacco barn.one other will bring Garrard county to the foreand his estimable family to the coming winter. . ; front as one of the best hog raising to Lancaster and we are sure that he beautiful level building site fronting r pike. $110. uer acra. With aivar tax on both gasoline and communities in the country. will enjoy a large share of the practice whiskeyl the 'jJjoy surely For further particulars write or call of this locality. Big sale every day next week at pay well for bis festivities for a few on UUghea & Swinebroad, the real esMoore's. Varatpome t Clothing sale Saturday at Moore's. tate men. Lancaster, Ky. irJ Better get out the old muzzle loader Night ticket agent, Ben D. Hern and be ready to receive the festive burglar. A warm reception turneth don, is filling the place in the Q. and C, office during the day. while the away the burglar. regular man, Mr. Wm. Voughlin, is on Not a vacant store room "on the his vacation. Mr. Guy Flaig is on duty square", and many more could be rent- at night. Danville Advocate This does ed were thev obtainable. not indicate hard times. MOST OF THEM FOR AWHILE. ft BLIZZARD CUTTERS A FINE BUNCH OF SWINE. m I I El International and fgjKiiMHHta Fairbanks Morse ." CM(UM If i jflj AND Soil S! cDi engines. (1 ? These Engines and Gutters are the best known goods made. Sold by r3 ij9; HP HASELDEN BROTHERS gnarWaffgrinaUlffiL i &naiaiIrgJlraMiQ::ari1 :c 3i ic 2 L 1L 1Z Char- I am now ready with a full line of NEW PROPERTY LIST. 7fillinerjj Cadies Suits and Coats to offer to the public at Half Its Value. We must reduce the stock before November, 1st. when I give possession. Call in and give us a chance to show you our bargains. 5 R. I S. 1C 31 BROWN. IE 3E :c Arnold 1 Hen-dren- Stoves AND Jtt&B63. 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.. 1W .t-T- ! W. BF J. ROMANS. fl)P BfAabMf ? l .. rr Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 17 1914. 50 Head IBHHHiliHIIHaiHHIillHHHl & - BACKACHEfIS A WARNING Lancaster People Their Should Kidneys. fre- 50 Head 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 To Not Neglect Robinson DUROC Tinder's Backache is often nature's nr.ost quent signal of weakened kidneys. BIG- JERSEY SALE 1 At Lancaster, Ky. Saturday, September 9th, '14. 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. Carrard 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. Deep-bodie- relieve the pains and aches, to remove the lameness when it arises from weakj ened kidneys, you must reach the cause the kidneys. If you have pain thru the small of your back, urinary disorders, headaches, dizzy spells, or are nervous and depressed, start treating the kidneys with a tested kidney remedy. Doan's Kidney Pills have been proved good and are especially for weak kidneys. Doan's have been used in kidney trouble for over 50 years. Here , if convincing proof of merit. It comes from this locality. R. C. Faulkner, R F. D. 2. Box 134, Paint Lick Ky., says; "I suffered for some time from a weak back. A dull pain through my loins gave me much trouble. I learned about Doan's Kidney Pills and used them. They soon removed the aches and pains." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidnev Pills the same that Foster-Milbnr- u Mr. Faulkner had. Co., Props. Buffalo N. Y. few instances to accommodate pupils, we must insist that they be paid for AT ONCE. McRoberts Drug Store, Body, Venetian red; trim, light huff; roof, gray; sash, light buff. These colors may be secured by adding tinting matter to a bungalow something IFit you have painted in this pleasing like this, fashion might be : !! Phoenix White Lead. Dutch Soy HAMM A.CK Items are scarce this week. Mr. Ben Sipple visited Cook last week. Mr. E. D. Painter Trade Mark and pure linseed oil paint that wears beautifully, evenly and long. These materials are sold here, along; with other painting requisites. Drop in and see us if you are contemplating painting. We are experts at suggesting color schemes for all types of houses. Mrs. Fa'Io Parks is visiting her sister, Mrs. Fannie Ward. Hudson & Hughes can furnish you Coke to use in your tobacco barn. Do You Own If Not, Why Not? Buy one at this High-Grad- A Pure Bred Boar? Sale and WATCH YOUR PROFITS GROW. Mr. Will Parson3 and family visited his brother Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. O. L. Hammack and wife visited his mother Mrs. Mary Hammack Sun- R. E. McROBERTS. e Jersey Cows and Calves, Three Brood Mares and Colts. Will also sell Eight Head of ac Ross' Stock Yards, on Stanford Street, promptly at one o'clock, Rain or Shine. Sale to be held For further information see or write, day. People in this vicinity are houseing A splendid crop of the stuff. their tobacco. j B. F. Robinson AUCTI JNEERS: or F. M. Tinder, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Archer have returned home from a visit to his parents. fsiiiiK TffroMMLa r rrr ; ; I. M. DUNN and AM BOURNE. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hurt visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Parson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Green children are visiting her parent' and Mrs. Archer. worn mji i ?n- - m RICHMOND. KY. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS J, i. . l wMmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmMWmammmmmamaMJi GARRARD COUNTY and Mr. Missis Maggie Ball, Georgie Dillon and Fay Tudor visited Miss Nellie Beazley at Hammack last week. Acute Indigestion. Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Keview Courses. Tuition Free" to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped Domestic Science. First Term begins gymnasium. September 7. Second Term November 16, Third Term January 23, Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens June 14, Catalogue Free. j. . CRABBE, President. FISCAL COURT Aupst Special Term, August 22, "I was annoyed for over a year by attacks of acute indigestion, followed 1914. OF Farm, Stock and Implements uXT-diZ- - X?MW?WnOn.r'.i- - Having decided to move West, I will on, EPf. 26, 1914. 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: five-year-old 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. eight-year-old two-year-o- ld .. 'Mv r - Thos. P. Zing, Paint Lick, Ky., R. F. D. 3. AmrBoumerAuct, Bond Election to Repair Court House called. The question being under the consideration of the Fiscal Court concerning the condition of the Garrard County Court 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 thequestio.i being before the court on 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 fAiyr Mtjii. departments need repairing and in many respects remodeling and it is the opinion of the court that the sum of $15,000.00 Hudson & Hughes can furnish you should be appropriated for the Durnose of said work as herein after specifically Coke to use in your tobacco barn. I will pay the highest cash prices for oci uui, aim me saiu riscai isoart Hereby suggests that said appropriation be all kinds of produce. made and does hereby recommend the W. F. Parks. same, that is that the sum of $15,000.00, be appropriated foi the purpose of School opened here on Tuesday, Sept. g remodeling, repairing and 8th, with an enrollment of 1G5, all the the two vaults and chanEintr the loca- rooms being full. The following teachi tion ot the same in the Court House if I necessary for remodeling the cupola if ers will have charge of the work this found to De neccessary; for remodeling year: High School, Mr. G. L. Water- auu icpiiirniK me circuit ourt Koom bury; Grammar division. Miss Minnie and remodeling, repairing, and over Johnson; Intermediate room. Miss naming uie uurc nouse ior the purpose of making :t neat ana comfortable JeanetteEldridge; Primary department, and to put in the same a system of Miss Rich. And the whole establishheating and to put water from the ment will be under the watchful eye of Lancaster Water Works in the same. It is therefore ordered and adjudged Uncle George Wallace, J, P. which is With by the Fiscal Court of Garrard County to say, Janitor Plenipotentiary. Kentucky that at the Regular Election the kind of the parents to be held in Garrard County on the and patrons, this can and should be the third day of November 1914 an pWtinr. best year the Consolidated has known. shall be held and a poll shall be opened at which all legal voters in Garrard County The opening exercises were conducted shall be privileged to vote on the ques- Rev. Beagle, Ellis and Eldridge. tion; "Are you in favor of issuing Folks that don't want to become bonds, for the purpose of remodeling and repairing the Court House of baseball fans should keep away from Garrard County Kentucky, for a sum games like that between Paint Lick and not exceeding $15,000.00." Berea, played here Saturday. A nice. it is turther ordered that an election clean, fast game, marked by good hum be held and polls be opened at all thp Berea's men voting precincts in Garrard counly and or and good playing. the Sheriff of Garrard county be and weren't letting any grass grow under ne is nereby directed to advertise said their feet, but their best efforts only i election and the objects thereof, for at spelled a shut-ou- t, whiie Paint Lick least 30 days next before thereof, in the Central Record, it being the news pa- siid over the home plate three times, per having the largest circulation in said thus disproving the visiting team's pre County, and further advertise the same diction that they woulun t be able to by printed hand bills, posted up at or hit a cow on the back with a bass fiddle. not less than four public places in each voting precinct in Garrard County and A game always furnishes incidents. A also at the Court House door, the Clerk bat flew out of a striker's hand and of the Court is ordered to furnish a sailed grandly out to the pitcher's box. certified copy of the order to said Sher- Another one who was a lightweight iff. It is further ordered that if the vote hereby ordered is in favor of said clouted the air wildly with the club and bond issue, then the Fiscal Court will then measured his length in the dirt, in obedience to said vote and under carried off his feet by the terrible momChapter 52 Article 4 Kentucky Statutes entum of the blow. Twice outfielders and the other Statutes relating to this subject issue bonds in any sum not ex- tried to sack a high one and were deceeding $15,000.00, for the purpose of tained in that pool of water. But the repairing and remodeling the Court spectacle of Jay Herron clawing up the House of Garrard County Kentucky earth with the fingers of one hand in and to be issued upon such terms as to a mad effort to reach the bag on first time of payment and to payment of interest and sale of Bonds a3 the Court before the ball was put on him was in its discretion may deem best,but the tragedy. The slide was two and one-ha- lf bonds are not to be sold for less than inches short. After the game the their face value or bear interest at a greater rate than six per cent interest home team had their pictures made, and they looked pleasant, of course, per annum from date until paid. especially Rice, in civilian clothes, A. true .copy. attest J. "W. Hamilton, Clerk whose smile is a mate for that one the Garrard County Court. pitcher wears. This is the team that C. A. Robinson, Sheriff of Garrard Co. put the "Lick" in Paint Lick. over-haulin- writes Mr?. M. 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 they helped me at once. Since taking two bottles of them I can eat heartily without any bad effects." Sold by all dealers. by constipation," EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build cement Silos 12, 14 and 16 feet in diameter, any height. We have had many experiences in this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., if you need cement work of any kind. PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. International Harvester Manure Spreaders The IHC Lint CHAIN AND HAT MACHINES CTEEL frame H7 Laafaf COM RWm. Rcmpra VmAm, Jhwtrt kilo, Stackiro MACHINES Ftutfti, Ficktr, BUfat, CitthtUn EuiUn Crtttn SUUn. SknUtn TILLAGE l. Far. u4Dok Uunn OilTncttn Sriaf-Tt- CiMnfen dtiSCtALUlU! OfljUCuEifiMi Stftntan FiraWtmi tbterTracb Tlmim CnkDib MunSimfai Cmm FmJGtMot UfoGrfcfcn for and ease of draft. Among the features that will interest you are these: Simple protected beater driving mechanism, all of steel; load carried on rear axle, insuring traction; ravanible gear and worm; low, easily loaded box, with amplo clearance underneath; end gate, preventing clogeine of beater while driving to the field; etc. All styles are in the I H C spreader line, high and low, endless .and reverse apron, and various sizes for small and largo farms. Our catalogues will tell you more. Write for them and let us tell you also where you may sea I H C manure spreaders. national manure spreaders are built. All parts, including box, beater, spreading mechanism, apron, are built by experts, using best materials, from careful designs based on field tests. Every detail is strong and durable, built long Iifo on steel wheels that is the lasting basis on which Inter- htenatitul Harvester Uuapna Company of America ImL, JfcwA&uj Dwrfag uacaoaraUd) KeCMck ..iaK.. . The Central Record, Thursday Sept ft" 17, 1914 Page 3 1 .! VOTE AN AID TO w.hTe Blocking on Richmond are you going to get a First Class r e DANVILLE. THE HUB Department Store. L.&N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. WORKING WOMEN Would Gain- - oootoocoootu9oaoeo80ojooooto exclu-ive Arrive. No 10; 0 KENTUCKY. Them a Greater Hair Cut and Shave Hair a Specialty. We are here to stay. The old reliable barber Central Kentucky's Largest and Most Progressive AN By VI Ft A Influence. 5.-0a. m. dpace below this beading is (or the uae of our farmer subscribers, and Is for To Maysville, connecting at Richmond ibe sale of stock, gram and such things on with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; farm as Ibe larmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four at Winchester with C & O to Lexing lines, and will be only lu two Issue, of the ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling Sz xcoro, free of charge Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. street. INSTANCE IN NEW YORK - Henry Duncan. K. M. BOURNE ; Auctioneer. Good Service. Prices Right. 354-A. FALL MILLINERY OPENING AND STYLE SHOW Saturday, Sept 19th You are cordially invited to attend our Fall Millinery Opening on the above mentioned date at which time will be shown the grandest and largest Millinery display in Central Kentucky. Gage, Tisk and Du Barry Hats, Exclusive BOARMAN WHITE-HOUS- Phone Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office say that shouldn't vote because are already repreeiited at the polls. Their husbands or fathers or brothers or sons represent them. If society were ne.itly divided up into pairs, a man and woman each with Identical interests and opinions, then one vote could represent two people. But society is not so divided. Not only is it not evenly divided as to numbers, but cerWanted a small farm. Write des tainly not us to opinO. Wearen, Route 3, cription. ions. The Hon. Mr. Lancaster, Ky. Heflin of Alabama, TUE No 71; 8:35 a. m. & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South- No 28; 11:04 a. m. Good apple vinegar for sale. To Richmond, connecting with L & Edd Grow, Phone 50-N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington James I. Hamilton has 60 good ewes. & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. he will sell on one years time. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast 1,000 bushel of seed Barley for sale. train to Cincinnati. Call office phone 160 or residence 153. No 27; 2:09 p. m. A. F. Sanders. To Louisville, connecting atLebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Tinder and Robinsons Duroc Sale Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Sept. 19th. Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. Mr. G A. Morgan, of Spainey, has To Stanford, connecting with fast 300 bushels of nice seed rye for sale. train to Bristol & Atlanta. Write him. 200 bushels seed barley for sale. Walton Moss. To Rowland at Raineys Livery Stable. -- Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky woman suffrage before the committee on rules of the house of representatives, i speaking against Bud Pollard has some nice sows and pigs he will sell some one at a bargain. See him quick if you want a bargain. j E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. BMPm WRvK P w ,p and THE NEW Opposite Post Office. Barber Shop Bath In Connection. vff&Kifs Imported Pattern and Novelty Hats, Millinery Trimmings and Accessories. LADIES' Ready-To-We- ar J. Fine . Seale,Prop Cut Flowers For Every Occasion John M. McRoberts. W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Our display of Ladies Coats Suits, Dresses and Waists are a matter of no less importance than the Millinery. Our stocks are very large Ycu will and complete. acquaint yourself with what the proper thing is in wom-an- s attire for this fall and winter. STYLES INCLUDE Bas- Redinaote, Full Dress, que. Russian, Coattee. MATERIALS Residence Phone 220. Office Werf Side U?xington Street INCLUDE .m to 12. Office Hours 1 p. m. to 4. IB- Phone - F. Wajltjer DENTIST. 65. Broadcloths, Gabardines, Prunellas, Serges. Cheviots, Velours. Worsteds. Popling. Charmeuse, Crepe Meteor, Crepe DeChine, Satin, Etc. COLORS INCLUDE Tog and Bottle Green, Lancaster, Ky. Navy, Astec.Paon and Delft Patchouge, Premer, Westeria. Bordeaux. Burgundy, Blue, Forrest Staple Blacks. The price range is broad and 'within the reach of Many others and the every purse. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. J8 1 Faint Lick, Phone 229. . $10.. $12.. $15.. $19.50. $25., AND !UP TO $45.00. The display and decorations will beworth while. invited. Come. You "are earnestly 0ffice Hours to 12 a. m. o9 lto4-7t- p. m K. Denny anfl . A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Office: Stormes Bnlldingover Hurt & Ander- son's Furniture Store. LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY, DANVILLE, J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 27. THE HUB i,. -1 KENTUCKY. Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY. Stock Sale Each County Now Well "Thedford's is the best Black-Draught Victor Bopert 5 Leading Manufacturing Go. Commencing September, 2 st, county court day, we will on medicine Jewelers & Importers 133-13- J. A. Steelman, of Pattonville, Texas. "1 suffered terribly with liver troubles, and could get no relief. The doctors said sumption. I lever used." writes West Main St. -:- Court Day I had con- rv Lexington, - Kentucky. could not work at New York, Brussels, Belgium. Strawberry TREES Plants Phlox, Etc. hold Live Stock Sales, consisting of Horses, Mules, Cows. Hogs, Sheep, Cattle, Mule Colts, etc, at our all. Finally I tried BLACK-DRAUGH- T Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs. Asparagus, between Main and Broadway. Sales will commence Phubarb. Grape Vines at 10 a.m., rain or shine, as our pens are under froof. Roses, Peonies, Enter whatever you have to sell early in order to have pen reservation. City Stock Pens, on 2nd. Street u iVv This should interest every farmer in Boyle county and we'solicit Everything for Orchard. Lawn and in these sales Make our office your headquarters your Garden. when in town, Write for free Catalogue. No Agts H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington. Kentuckv. Nurserymen since 1841. Danville Ice & Goal 60, W. H. Davis Auct: and to my surprise, 1 got better, as well as any and am man," Thedford's Black-Draug- ht is a general, cathartic, vegetable, liver medicine, that has been regulating irregularities of the liver, stomach and bowels, for over 70 years. Get a package today. Insist on the - E-genuine Thedford's. to-d- ay 70 made this point very clear. lie said: "The husband will hold to one political view, and the VIltA BOAItJfAX WIIITE1IOCSE. wife will cling to another, and pandemonium will reign In many quarters of the country." Evidently, then, on the evidence a husof a prominent band does not represent his wife's opinions at the polls. "Uneven Representation." But be said in the same speech, "Every man in the world who has accomplished something Is the flesh and blood representative of some good woman." From the text of the speech it would appear that women and their interests are to be represented by their sons. This would seem rather an uneven representation. Some women have no sons at all; others have many. But even those women who have sons are doomed under this arrangement to go totally unrepresented during at leas't twenty-one of the best years of their lives until their firstborn male child is bid enough to vote. The suffragists believe that it is a fairer and more effective arrangement to let every woman vote for herself rather than to try to provide her with a male representative, husband or son. However complicated this system of representation is, there may have been some ground for it under former conditions. Women's work used to be concentrated in the home, and all the conditions, the manner of the work and the hours of the work and the amount of the work, were controlled by the individual women themselves, and the result of their labors was for the immediate use and consumption of their families. Their husbands could and did share their Interests and, roughly speaking, might very inadequately and unevenly represent them politically. But the economic changes brought about by the invention of machinery and the establishment of the factory have drawn the women of the poorer classes relentlessly from the home. The census estimates 9,000,000 working women In this country. Women Are Specialists. In the development of factory conditions it has come about that special classes of work have fallen entirely to women. They have been sorted Into groups with interests, problems and difficulties distinct from men's. For the most part men, even fellow wage earners, are ignorant of and indifferent to their problems. These class Interests of women then, which have taken the place of their former individual interests, cannot in any way be represented by husbands or sons. The result of engaging in factory work without political representation is evident. It cannot be denied that the conditions under which women labor are not as good as the conditions under which men do their work. Regardless of the task accomplished, wages are lower. Men's labor unions have refused to take women Into their ranks because they are ineffective as citizens and therefore as members. Women have not as yet organized on a large scale or, when organized, have not been able to enforce their demands. For Instance, the shirt' waist strike of several years ago in New York city was a bitter experience for the voteless workers. After a long and fruitless struggle they appealed. S0.000 of them, to Mayor McClellan to lighten some of the difficulties under which they" were suffering. He refused to receive their delegation. He said he was not interested. He probably hail reasons which seemed excellent to himself for refusing. The motives that influence legislators in their discrimination ngalust women are often obscure even to themselves. Is it likely, however, that voters wonld have been refused an audience? The shirt waist workers received no consideration. It was clear to them and to many outside observers jtbat their treatment by magistrates, policemen and the public was more contemptuous than If they had been voters. Their indirect representation was not effective in that situation. t. 30.-00- 0 December, latter 1013, Mr. W. T. West has a good ed Southdown buck for sale. 9 register Fos Sale;-- A months old. No. 1 Short Horn Bull Marksbuy, Ky. Jas. Sutton. Ptrayed from m; place about three weeks ago, a dark red male shoat weighing about 75 lbs. Jas. N. Denny, R. F. D. 1. I believe I have the best Southdown buck in the country, for sale, and 2 of the best Duroc boars in the world. J. F. Robinson. loonty Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle. 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mond?. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. Wanted; 4000 tobacco sticks. Walton Mos3. A No. one Kentucky wheat drill good as new, for $20. J. T. Henry. For Rent; For year 1915. with seeding privilege this fall, 150 acre farm with gocd five room house. 30 acres wheat, 20 acres corn, 3 acres tobacco, rest in meadow and grass. Fred J. Conn. Lancaster, Ky For SALE;-Barre- d Plymoth Rock eggs. Mrs. J. A. Hubble, R. R. No. 1. Eubank, Ky. The undersigned hereby gve warn ing to all persons not to trespass upor our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful est extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney John M. Farra W. G. Anderson J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. S. C. Henderson, B. M. Lear. W. S. Embry A. J. Caddell, Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. H. C. Arnold Sarah" J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. W. B. Ray. S. L. Rich. J. C. Morgan. We will add other names" for 25centA cash. POSTED For Sale; Farm of 23 acres, two and Official Directory Of Garrard County. half miles from town on Buckeye pike. New improvements. Price and terms Circuit Judge lion. Ovaries A. Hardin. reasonable. Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emmet ?gr- C. A. Wearren. Lancaster. R. R. no. 3 jear. Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. Mr. W. M. Smith, of Point Leavlle. Master Commissioner W. H. Brown Trustee Jury Fund Ben, F. Roblnso has 23 head of steers that will weigh Official Court Stenographer MIs Sue from 700 to 1000 pound, he wishes to Mason. County Judge C. A.Arnold. sell at 7 cents. Tomlinson. white Leghorn hens at a reasonable Coroner J. A. Jones. Mrs. Jno. O. Doty, price. Sheriff C. A. Robinson. Matksbury. Ky. Deputy SLerlfl George T. Ballard. Superintendant of Schools Mis Jennie !ioy For Sale: A few more extra nice County Attorney G. C. Walker. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Ht.$ Crystal White Orphington pullets for gins. Assessor Dave Sanders. sale. Ready to lay. $1.00 each. Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. J. T. Preston. Camp Nelson. Ky. Jailer Dave Ross. Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Treasurer J. W. Elmore. MAGISTRATE. I will have eight yearlings and one J. N. White 1st. DIs:. two year old mule at the stock pens in Logan Ison 2nd. Dist. T. W. Conn. Johns. Hdm 3rd, Dist. Lancaster, Court day. James Coldlron 4th. Dlsr. For Sale. 3rjr2. COCNTY BOARD OF EDCCATIOP I have about 10 three year old mules Thomps Arnold. Jr. lt. Dist. which I will let out to reliable parties R. D McMnrtr). Jnd. M,:. to break. Also have 100 shoats to feed O. J. Uendfen. 3rd. Dist. S. Morgan. Thomas P. King. 4th. Dist. or sell. CITY OF LANCASTER. A nice southdown buck strayed from Mayor L. G. Davidson. V. A. Lear's last week and was last City Judge J. P. Prather. City Attorney J. E. Robinson. seen around town. Any information CltyCWk F.G. Hurt. will be appreciated by its owner. City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer W. F. Champ. J. M. Cress. Chief Poiice L. E. Herron. Preachersville. Ky. Phone 380 G. CO UNCI LM EN Parker Gregory. Mr. A. T. Traylor, of Lincoln, has W. M. Zanone. 24 head of good sheep and an extra Dr. J. A Anion. Write good Shropshire buck for sale. him at once for they are in demand. J. If. D tlton Sam Cotton. W. O. Goodlsa TELEGRAPHY also a good family mare gentle for WILBUR R. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE children to drive. harpmiM anl Socessor to Cammntal Couegs of Ij. luwcj Jno O. Doty, Jr. Tta PrMiifent ti mnof axnerienco in mercantile Marksbury, Ky. and banking tmslnm, also 35 years educating 1. i n and mwo for snccM3. JMTEnter now. Tonnu AdJresWmii;oiI.JlTM,l4Cxlnctoii,Ky. LOST: Between Preachersville and Lancaster, last Saturday, a United States tire, 32 x 4, with rim attached. Please return to Record office, or Jones Anderson, Preachersville. Reward. ni-- ForSale; One yearling horse colt, r NC$ Rualness.PhonoaraDhv TVPWWkfTTTNrtin-- f BOOKKEEPING Mr. J. G. Burnside, near Point Leav- ell. would like to graze about 20 cattle on a fine piece of grass for 30 days. He also has 3 Ky Red Berkshire boars, weight sale. 100 tti pounds each that are for For Rent For 1915. Silo lluilPThe GivesThat JiiMUliil uuvn Satisfaction I have two good houses, tobacco and corn land for rent to responsible people. Teams and tools furnished, if so desired. For other information call on Sweeney Morgan, R. F. D. No. 4, Stanford, Ky, For Sale A farm of 113 acres, five mile3 from Lancaster near Buckeye pike on good dirt road, stone house with with eight rooms, new tenant house on place with three rooms, 2 good tobacco barns. Good land for hemp, tobacco and all grain. If interested call on, Dave Anderson, R. F. D No. 3 Lancaster, Ky. piiiiiiMiii'li Has the famous doors that swing on hinges to ffflill .ateconvenientsilage keeps summer. oper- - 'SfiiiiLiiinJB winter and Diarrhoea Quickly Cored. Write for oar offer aad Silo Book Mailed Free Also eet offer on the tanning the light running SUbcrzaha Phones 7 and 76. DanvilleKy. "My attention was first called to Colic, Cholera and Chamberlain's Diarrhoea Remedy as much as twelve years ago. At that time I was seriously ill with summer complaint One dose of this remedy checked the trouble," writes Mrs. C. W. Florence, Rockfield, Ind. For sale by all dealers. 1-- Cattciv Silo and SUaae Soitkern Silo Co. LeadsgteB, Ketmcky i - Page 4 i The Central Record, Thursday Sept M 17, 1914. 11 fHllllllHH II It SPECIAL PRICE We will offer a special price on every job in the house. All Factory Buggies at COST. This is a rare opportunity to buy a Buggy Cheap. Scientific i Farming j TTtTTTT" VlTTTTTTVTfVT'i'T HARVESTING SOY BEANS. When Grown For Hay They Should Be Cut When Pods Are Forming. JPrepared by Unlersity of Wisconsin agricultural experiment station. Soy beans grown for hay should be cut when the pods are forming and before the plant begins to drop its Je.ives. If delayed too long tbe lower leaves may drop off and thus the most valuable part of the plant be lost. The stems also become woody and consequently less palatable to stock. It Is preferable to cut early rather than too THE OLD SCHOOL AT HICK'RY HOLLER. AT Bourne School House Sept. 19. 1914. 7:30 P.M. CAST OF CHARACTERS. Joshua Toothacre. teacher SCHOLARS. Lorenza Juniper Johnny Short Benjamin Long Jim Henry Cobb MudRudd Corwin Kilgore Sanation Samson Jacob Von Hoffenstein Andrew Montgomery Lorena Juniper Elizabeth Jane Crabtree Indiana Crabtree Deliverance Doggett Temperance Teaberry Emmazilla Uphill Mary Ellen Crockett Olivia Henrietta Arabella See . Spsed Sherrow. John Dvehouse. George Edgington Joe Edgington. James Stor.e. Rubber Tires for $9., R. M. 10. and $12. Per Set Steel Tires, buggy size, put on $3.50. We make a specialty of AUTOMOBILE Painting and Solicit your trade. " ChntSherrow. Louis Doolin. ARNOLD, Danville, Kentucky; fc m DANVILLE'S HOTEL Burned February, 1914 causing many business changes. Among others the WELSH & WISEMAN CO. enlarge their quarters by purchasing the store we occupied. to attend the Ky. College for Women, at Danville. Mr. V. C. Rose of Lexington has been soendinir a few days with his mother. Mrs. G. B. Rose. Services at the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening by the new pastor Rev. R. M. Le. Mr. Tommy Burke has gone to don where he will attend the Sue nett Memorial School this year. Miss Mayme Lee Ballard came home Saturday after a ten days visit to Mrs W. T. Woolfork at Lexington. Mr and Mrs. Alfred Swope are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a handsome son, Sunday. Miss Mary Nell Farlee has returned from Louisville and will again be with Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess this season. Miss Francis Ballou of Knoxville Tenn. has returned home after a very pleasant visit to the family of Mr. R. 0. Browning. Just received at The Fashion Shop a shipment of entirely new Blouses, satin, crepe de chine and messaline in all the newest shades. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Sparks and Master Hughes Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Elder, of Nicholasville, Mr. and Mrs. David Knoble and Miss AlicKnob-le- , of Camp Nelson, were guests for dinner Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ho- gan Ballard. late. The crop may be cut with an ordinary mower. The beans should be cut early In the morning after the dew is If cut off or late In the afternoon. in the morning they may be allowed to wilt until late tu the afternoon of the same day and then put up lu small This work is often done by cocks. hand, as the leaves fall off readily. A horse rake, however, may bo used when the vines are nicely wilted, but not dried. As they shed water quite well In wet weather the .small cocks ! Campbell may be left to cure for several days. Doc. Quackenbos the weather is fair the small cocks If are turned over before noon and al- Widder Crockett lowed to cure thoroughly. When the weather Is unfavorable it is advisable to bunch a number of cocks together, cover with a hay cap and allow to Children 10c. cure for several days. Soy bean hay Set-Stil- .- - Earl Doolin. Harold Vanarsdale. Norman Adara. Leoia Stor.e. Blanche Speaks. Beulah Ea3on. Nellie Davis. Delia Stor.e. Lucille Huffman. Ida Speaks. Addie Mae Marse.;. VISITORS. '.. Charles Mareee. Cecil Doolin. Grace Davis Admission Adults 15c. ffljBBBIPfl F. A. VOTE FOR EOhTZQhAW OF GARRARD COUNTY Nominee of The Progressive Partx? FOK CONGRESS. a vote to Of The 8th Congressional District of Kentucky Inaugurate the Principals Enunciated bv the Progressive Platform. YOUR INFLUENCE SOLICITED. Winlsow Jewelry and Optical 60. is now located in larger quarters, much needed by our increasing business. At the sign of the BIG CLOCK, opporsite the court house. Here you will find an immense line of new and jewelry of all kinds. Prices reduced below city rates. Quick service, polite attention. Watches, Clocks, Mesh Bags, Hand Purses, Shopping Bags, Traveling Manicure Sets, Toilet Sets, Novelty Cases, Chains and Hand Books, JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS, Waldemar Chains, Scarf Pins, Cuff Links, Lockets, Neck Chains, Bracelets, Baby Pins, Bar Pins, Brooches, Fobs, Watch Guards, Charms and one thcussnd other articles at the lowest possible price. No plated or filled rings sold; only SOLID GOLD OR SILVER can be found here. up-to-da- mmmmsm SOY BEANS. Election November 3rd. 1914. te I BEST OPTICAL EQUIPMENT IN THE STATE. Scientific machines and appliances, operated by an expert Doctor of Optics, the only mem-fa- er of the State Optical Association in this part of Kentucky. None better and few as good an any city. Call and save expenses. Our service will please you. Don't forget the new store Opposite the Court House, at the Sign of the Mammoth Clock. satin, crepe de chine and messaline in all the newest shades. Mrs. Tom Blake and son, Tom Jr. Miss Josephine Cotton is ill at this left Monday for their home in Huston, writing. Mr. Conn Asher is visiting friends in Texas after spending the summer with Rev, W. M. Eldridge and family. Hrytntsville. Hudson & Hughes can furnish you 'Coke to use in your tobacco barn. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and .Taint Lick. ville closed last week with five added to the church. Rev. W. J. Baird of Berea visited home folks and friends in this vicinty last week and preached at Cartersville. W. H. Furr has rented his tenant house on his Geo. Beazley farm (known as the Murphey house) to Wm Miller for the balance of this year. Rev. A. C. Baird filled his regular appointment at Good Hope church Saturday and Sunday and adminestered the ordinance of baptism to one convert at Mrs. E. H- - Walkers pond on Sunday morning. Mr George Treadway left Monday! Diarrhoea Rkraedy. for Louisville where he will spend the , "I advised the 'boys' when they week. Mr. Roger Rucker of Lexington, enlisted for the Spanish war to take spent the week end with his parents, Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with them, and Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Rucker. have received many thanks for the Hughes of Lancaster Master Sauflev advice given;" writes writes J. H. s, repent the past week with his Houghland, Ildon Iowa. "No person Mr. and Mrs. James Francis. whether BUY ANTS VILLE traveling or'at home should be Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hays of Stanford without this grat remedy." For sala ! Messrs D. V. and W. M. Jenkins 'were the guests of her sister. Mis. E. by all dealers. were in Lexington Monday. Of. Walker and other relatives last week Mrs. Kay Lackey of Emma Texas FLAT WOOD Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams and came the past week to be with her children spent Sunday in Cincinnati. jparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Francis. E. D. Cook sold to Center Bros. Hudson & Hughes can furnish you Mrs. Joe Frisbie and little niece Miss Coke to use in your tobacco barn. fat cow for 5J cents a pound. 'Samuel Baker, of Galhpolis 0, are the " the guests of Mr. Ernest Woods and E. G. Hammack bought of Lee Mrs. Belle Davis of Jessamine is visGastineau a work mare for $35. iting her daughter Mrs. C. M. Dean. family. Hudson & Hughes can furnish you Mrs. Ada Burke and Miss Patty Belle Work on the new telephone exchange Coke to use in your tobacco barn. Burke are in Louisville this week shopibuilding began Monday. It is being erected by Mr. Ed Williams' shop The new road through the Flatwood, ping. has been opened and Worked at last. .across tbe bridge. Miss Edna Burkele of Lancaster was E. D. Cook bought from Lige Coilson the guest of Miss Fatty Belle Burke D. Logsden. of Mr. and Mrs. W. fBntssfield, spent several days the past of Lincoln Co, nine ewes for $4. a head, .last week W. H. Furr bought John Longworth week. with their son; Mr. Tom Logsden Mrs. G. B. Rose entertained a steam engine and corn mill, price ber of her friends at an elegant dinner .and Mrs Logsden. t Wednesday., Jast received at The Fahion Shop a ! private. .abpaient of entirely new Blouses, The protracted meeting at Carters--1 Miss Cecil Bowling left Wednesday grand-jaarent-- has high feeding value, about equal to alfalfa if well cured: hence the importance of handling the crop properly so as to retain the leaves. This, in common with alfalfa, pea. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Prewitt moved clniror nnri nthpr Ipcliminous havs. Mr. Prewitt has j jjouij not be put np in unprotected to Danville Monday. nau cnarge 01 tne local teiepnone ex- - stacks. If necessary to stack cover change here since its installment but j the top and sides with canvas or has accepted a position to travel for . boards. The best place to store Is in the Kellogg Supply Co, ot Chicago. I the closed mow or barn. It should beMr. Turner and family of Danville, i nanaieu as iiwie as possiu.e auer cutdanger if handled moved here where he will be the man ing. for there is carelessly of losing the leaves. ager of the telephone exchange. Soy beans intended for seed should be allowed to ripen well and may be cut with scythe, mower or bean harIS11KNA hSTA vester. Some harvest the crop with grain binder and others with corn har11. Mrs. H. C. Ruble who has been very vester. Both of these machines, howill is improving. ever, shatter the beans and cause conBECAUSE vre are careful with Mrs. Wm Asher and son of Wallace-to- n siderable loss. When cut with a mower without are visiting relatives. windrowlng attachment the plants the little details of our business. J. W. Hamilton of Lancaster was should be removed at every round out of the way of the horses, for if tramWe fill telephone orders with here on business. Monday. pled npon a large percentage of the B. M. Walton is in Louisville this seed will be shelled out and wasted. exactness. week attending the State Fair. After cutting tbe beans are allowed to or bundles and are cure in windrows You get the right packages. Miss Blanche Askins of Sulphur Wei hauled in as soon as dry. is a guest of J. W. Askins and family. Provided the regular grain concaves Such small things form the moun G. H. Lane and J. Wesley Lane are removed from the machine and blank; concaves used In their place, soy were in Lancaster Tuesday on business. beans may be thrashed without much tain of good service. Misses Dora Belle Eason and Hazel injury with the ordinary thrasher. The thrasher cylinder should be run at less Ogg were week end guests in Harrods-burspeed than when thrashing grains, whiie the separator should be run at the Mr. Robt. Wilder and family of usual rate of speed. To accomplish this Junction, City were visitors of Mrs. a larger drive belt pulley is used and n correspondingly larger pulley on the Nannie Jennings Sunday. opposite end of the clinder. Mr. and Mrs. Chas M. Scott of The beans should be stored in barLawrenceburg were guests of Mr. J. rels or shallow bins or spread out on n W. Scott part of last week. floor, where from time to time they can be shoveled over until they are thorMr. and Mrs. J. W. Dismuke and oughly dry and bard. Later they may little son Johnny spent Sunday with Mr. be safely stored more compactly. and Mrs. Jas. Christopher, The dry beans will keep nicely for several years when not exposed to the elements. They can be fed whole to BUUKKYK. pigs and sheet), but for general use it is preferable to crack or grind them. Tests have shown that it is often Miss Holland was the guest of Miss necessary to mis tbe beans with corn Leota Ray from Friday untilJSunday. or peas to grind them into meal, as the Mr. and Mrs. Lige McMellonand beans are too soft to granulate well little son Holman spent Sunday with alone. Too large quantities should not be ground at a time, as the high oil Mrs. Hiram Ray. content will cause the meal to heat and Misses Her Hill and Willie Miles Ray turn rancid, making it unfit for feed. spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Barbara Gulley. Summer Spoilage of Eggs. Why work and worry raising chicks, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray left Monlet half them day for Nicholasville, Lagrange and feed eggs all winter and then summer spoil during the hot the Louisville to visit their relatives. months? Last year in the warmer porMr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and daughter tions of the country almost half the SteilaMae was the guest of Mr. and eggs leaving the farm were unfit fof Mra. Walker Bradshaw Saturday and food. This was in addition to the large item of tbe eggs lost and spoiled outSunday. right by the hens laying in the weeds Just received at the Fashion Shop a and grass and In Inaccessible places. shipment of entirely new Blouses, Chanticleer Is responsible for a large satin, crepe de chine and messaline, in percentage f this loss. Fertile eggs begin to incubate at once In hot all the newest shades. weather, and the loss In spoiled eggs your order and he can be at 'east 73 per cent by promptly getting rid of the roosters ns Boon as hntrhlnc eggs are no lonser How's This? will furnish you wanted. We offer One Hundred Dollars II Reward for any case of Catarrh Twelve Reasons Why You Should Buy Your Groceries of Us Jio. I f J g. Balls Grocery. A WELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box of our sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. 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Many sufChamberlain's Liniment. ferers from rheumatism and sciatica have used it with the best results. It is especially valuable for lumbago and lame back. For sale by all dealers. Lancaster Lumber & Mfg Go. I &,"TVli' .Sa";', .a.---- - AA The Central Record, Thursday Sept KENTUCKIANS SWIFTLY RELIEVED OF STOMACH ILLS BY MAYR REMEDY First Dose ofWondeaful Treatment Shows Results After Years of Suffering. Many Kentuckians have found swift 17, SUNDAYSCH00L Lesson XII. Third Quarter, For Sept. 20, 1914. SERIES. 31-4- 6. CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children. :'.j Kind You Have Always Bought Ecars Signature r vmmmmammmmmmmmmmmim accurately any seed from the smallest flax see to the largest cow pea. Will sow three miles from Danville on the Lexington pike containing ?5 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 Jife." and farming implements, consisting of From all over the country come 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 ill, 21. Then, as to the people to be judged, tobacco; quantity baled straw and oats., note the second verse of the Iessou, farming implements, two buggies and "Before Him shall be gathered all na- harness, work gear, plows and wagons. tions." Could anything be more clear Terms reasonable and made kuo.vn on and plain in this connection than the day of sale. H. B. PEEL, Uanville, Ky. statements In Joel iii, that in conClean Milling. Good Wheat. nection with the restoration and deliv- Capt. T. D. English, Auctioneer. Si erance of His people, Israel, He will gather all nations in the valley of and judge them because of their treatment of Israel? In 7.cph. ill, 8, He says that It Is His determinaLincoln County Farm, Stock, Crops, tion to gather the nations and pour Tools and Household Furniture, 10 upon them His indignation, and in the o'clock. rest of that chapter He calls upon IsNo Bleach. No Blend. rael to be glad anil rejoice, for He will Thursday, Oct. 1st, 1914, be mighty In their midst and get them Dinner. ill praise and fame in every land where The farm containing 85 acres, lies your If Bleached and Blended Flour questions they have been put to shame. between Stanford and Danville half a In Zech. xiv, 2, He says that He will mile from pike on good county road. health, why take a chance? Use gather all nations against Jerusalem to Is in high state of cu'tivation, well battle; In verse 4 that He will stand watered by never failing springs. All again upon the Mount of Olives, and in grass but 10 acres. 10 acres seeded In verse 9 that after that He will be to winter oats and grass. Six room king over all the earth. Let us then residence, three room tenant house, and be safe. be clear about this that in this judg- new stock barn, new 5 acre tobacco ment among thoe to be judged will barn, and all other out buildings. 5; EE3 3 not be found His body, the church, for 13 acres corn in shock, 4 acres tobacshe shall be with Hini, nor Israel, for co in barn, lot of baled hay, some loose V jus sua she is not reckoned among the uations hay, 400 bales of straw, 1 pair 4 year (Num. xxiii, 9). There i no mention old mules, 1 safe driving horse, 1 two of any resurrection of the dead, just or unjust, so It is not the judgment of year old pony, gentle to ride and drive, the saints who shall never come into 3 brood mares in foal to Jack, 4 extra judgment for sin (John v, 21), because fine dairy cows, 3 yearling heifers, 1 that was settled on Calvary, but shall yearling bull, short horn and a good be judged for their work's after the one, 4 calves, 1 brood sow and some first resurrection at the judgment seat stock hogs. of Christ for believers only (I Thess. All farming tools, phaeton and harI Cor. xv, 51. 52: Itom. xiv. lv, ness, pony tra am' harness, wagons 10; II Cor. v, 10). and harness. 200 locust posts. It is not the great white throne judgAll household and kitchen furniture. ment of Kev. xx. where the unrighteous shall appear after their res- All sums over $10, 90 days time, notes urrection a thousand years later than bearing 0 per cent interest, negotiable the resurrection of the jus-- (IJev. xx, and payable First National Bank, Stancash, balance ford. Terms on land, It Is simply, as the record sn.vs. in one. two and three years. a judgment of nations, as such, by Possession Oct. 10th, 1914. their respective armies, and the quesW. F. SHOEMAKER, $1,000 Light Harnei Stake $1,000 Roadster Stake tion is their good or ill treatment of Stanford. Kv, R. F. D. 2. III'; people. Israel. As all individual Student's Judging Contest Farmer Boys' Encampment English, Auctioneer. F. alvation is through pd. TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY of the tribe of JudahJesus of Nazareth and king of the Jews, so the sahatioti of nntions will Fine Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field lie through Him al-- o. but in conncc-li.Seed and Grain; Horticulture and Woman's Handiwork with a righteous Israel, who will receive Ilim as their Messiah when CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS they shall see Him coining In His Ii L'lory to the Mount of Olives for their GRAND FIREWORKS deliverance. They shall then say. "Lo. DISPLAY ON this is our God: we have waited for Him. and He will save us; this is JeThursday, October 8th hovah, we have wait-- d for Ilim: we ForCataloeue tnd Entry Blank Address Reduced Railroad Rates at 10 o'clock a. m. will be glad and rejoice in Ills salvaL. I will offer for sale at public outcry tion." After that "Israel shall blossom one of the best Blue Grass farms in LOUISVILLE, KY. 705 Paul Jones Building, and bud and fill the '.see of the earth Kentucky. with fruit" (Isa. xxv. 9: x.wii. fit. Then Acres All in Grass. slnll the saved nations who shall hear n:m say, "Come, ye blessed." inherit Land will produce Tobacco, Corn, Wheat the kingdom when the kingdoms under Hemp or any other crop. Well fenced the whole heaven shall have become and well watered, four natural springs the kingdom of our Lord and of His and one fine pond on the place. Farm hrist and shall walk in the light of is never without an abundance of water ihe new Jerusalem and biing their Locust posts on the place enough to glory and honor into it (I'ev xi. 15: amply take care of it. Young orchard txi. 24). now bearing. Farm is 2J miles from The others shall hear Ilim say. "De Richmond on good pike and in splendid part, ye cursed." and shall be punish-M- l neighborhood with schools and churches with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord and from convenient. Twelve Room Dwelling On The Place. the glory of His power (II Thess. 1, 9). One of the best frame dwellings in Any one who denies the truth of ever the county and in excellent repair. lasting punishment, according to the Splendid cistern at the door. last verse of our lesson, must reject I will sell the above in two tracts of the plain words of the Lord Jesus in this passage and elsewhere, as In Mark about an equal amount, and then as a whole, the way bringing the most mon ir. 43. 45. 47. In this last verse of our lesson the ey will be accepted. cash, balance on TERMS same word is applied to punishment as to life (revised version). I have en terms to suit purchaser. Possession deavored to show the teaching of the given January 1, 1915, with privilege Bible concerning the judgments in a of cultivating prior to that time. tract entitled "The Four Judgments," For particulars address which may be obtained from Mr. Fred Kelker, box 210. Harrlsbnrg. Pa. If M. F. ENRIGHT, you send for it ask also for "The SeRichmond, Ky. Phone 91-cret of Missionary Interest" and see Long Tom Chenault, Auct. how God honors the simple exposition of His word. If this lesson does not refer to the zssSSte- church except as seen with the Lord on His throne, where is the heart lesson for the believer? Here is one, at 'east, the great "inasmuch" principle, which always holds good. Whatever All Kentucky Drills have the immense advantage of the low iny believer does in nis name He counts as done to Himself and will rehitch, it has also a general purpose disk, being especially good in hard ward it accordingly. Opportunities missed will bring us loss. ground, crusty tough soil, unplowed stubble or root land. Equipped 154-15- 6 relief from disorders of the stcmach and intestinal tract by the use of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy. The first dose Rive results. It is not a long treatment. Here are statements taken from the letters of two KentucKy people who have used the remedy: V. H. CLARKE, Central, City, Ky.-"- The medicine has done my wife a world of good and she has been suffering with stomach trouble for years." MRS. BELLE HAWKINS, Eminence. Ky. "I have taken all of the medicine. 1 don't think I need any now, as I think I am well. I never felt better in my thousands of just such letters. This wonderful remedy shows results, safely, and with the first dose. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy clears the digestive traat of mucoid accretions and removes poisonous matter. It brings swift relief to sufferers from ailments of the stomach, liver and Many declare it has saved bowels. them from dangerous operations and many are sure it has saved their lives. Because of the remarkable success of this remedy there are many imitators, so be cautious. Be sure it's MAYR'S. Go to R. E. McRoberts drug store and ask about the wonderful results it has been accomplishing or send to Geo. WhitH. Mayr. Mfg. Chemist, ing St. Chicago. Ill , for free book on stomach ailments and many grateful letters from people who have been restored. Any druggist can tell you its wonderful effects. l&M& THE INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SALE! Text of the Lesson, Matt, xxv, I will on Memory Verses, 6 Golden Text, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 30, 1914, Matt, xxv, 45 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. SHARP 34-3- To understand this lesson as to the Interpretation of It, the time when and Sell at public auction my farm located IP ;nD the parties concerned, we must notice carefully the first verse and the words, "When the Son of Man shall come in His glory and all the holy angels with Him, then shall He sit upon the throne of His glory." That defines clearly the time when, and also that the Judgment referred to is not the judgment of the saints, His redeemed ones, for when He shall come in His glory they shall come with Him, the Old Testament as well as the Xcw Testament saints, if we may make that distinction. lAt the Holy Spirit tell you about this as you read Zech. xiv, 5; Col. ill, 4; I Thess. Ill, 13; Hev. W TAnTViiis.KtiWirsaiS!iexrmK7mmy!ff-t 1914 Page 5 OF Having decided to change my business, ARM. ?sw I will on THURSDAY, i Four StrongPoints I I i PUBLIC SALE. i i i i I GLEN Li I ,Y l 1 I 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 tobacco. This farm is well located, near good school and in splendid neighborhood. Sixty acres of this farm should go in small grain this fall and seeding privileges will be granted. Possession will be given January 1st. 1915. at 10 A. M. offer my farm, 4 miles from Lancaster on the Lexington pike, to the highestand best OCTOBER 1st, 'I4 I UoI solif On 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 colts by side, 3 pair two year old mules, 1 pair 5 year old horse mules, 2 no. 1 good saddle horses. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. W. cqsu PS 0. 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Call or mail all orders to " 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 Chamberlain's Liniment. Registered Hereford Bull Becker, Ballard & Co PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. i 'a .., SEASON 1914. pains or soreness of the muscles, you will appreciate the good qualities of Chamberlain's Liniment. , Many suf ferers from rheumatism and sciatiqa Two miles from Lancaster have used it with the best results. It Richmond pike. is especially valuable for lumbago and R. E lame back. For sale by all dealers. If you are ever troubled with aches, Service $2.00 Cash. on the - HENRY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. ,.--. jIm Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 17 1914. H H H H We keep the QUALITY up and are now ready with our New Fall Stock of Men's and Boys Clothing and Shoes for everybody. This New Clothing is all Wool and cut in the latest style and made for us by some of the best known manufacturers in this country, including the famous Hart Schaffner W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES in all the New Shapes 8c For Boys and Girls. Which is Quality from start to finish and known the world over. Marx Clothing. Line BOSTONIAN SHOES. for Men in New Fall Styles Selby Shoes For Ladies, Educator Shoes & Marx Good at $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 at $4.00 and $5.00 This store is the Home of Hart Schaffner House of Quality. The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 2MEX JAMES B. HAGGIN "MASTER OF ELMENDORF" MRS. FARRA IMPROVING. Prof. James Love who many years It is gratifying indeed to announce ago was a resident of this city, died at that Mrs. John Farra, who was removed to the Kings Daughters Hospital, at Shelbyville last week, is improving rapidly. She is under the care of Dr. William Burnett and was suffering with an acute case of inflammatory rheumatism. Mr. Farra is at her bedside. Lancaster, Ky. SCHOOL NOTES. (By Wm. F. Miller.) a year. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. . J. Ertered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky.. Mail Matter. as Second-Clas- s Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., September 17, 1914. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 10.00 ''or County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per iine 10 Obituaries, per line 05 Sf1 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For U. S. Senator For U. S. Senator Long Term. Easys and Bootleggers will undoubtedly attempt to fill the vacancy which is supposed to exist by the ousting of saloons. A prohibitory law not enforced is practically useless, and its enforcement will require unrelenting vigilance The first refrom the very outset. quisite is officers who are thoroughly in sympathy with the movement to banish the sale of liquor in every form, and this must be supplemented by the moral support of the law abiding citizens of the community. To insure immediate and lasting success, the issus should be grappled with from the very outset, the first offenders should be apprehended and given the extreme penalty, which will serve as a warning to those who would emulate their exampie. By this means, and by this alone, any city in Kentucky may enjoy the same peace and quietude to be insured by the freedom from the sale of intoxicants as is enjoyed by this city. We do not mean to say that liquor is not drank in Lancaster, it is and always will be, for there are some that will have it so long as it is made, and in the absence of prohibitory federal laws to the contrary, it is always obtainable from adjoining states, but it is restricted in many ways, and the objectionable features of the open saloon are removed, and the actual sale of liquor within the city is positively unknown. The great war now raging in Europe is being felt in this country, and its effect will be evident for some time to come. It will increase the price of many commodities, and make the obtaining of many things impossible, but in the end it will prove of great value to this country. The countries now be ing laid waste and devastated are pro- -' ducing nothing; the army must be fed now, and the remaining inhabitants must be fed until the countries can be rehabilitated, and this will take years, and the master task of providing for them will fall to our lot. This will of a necessity make the products of our country in great demand, and cause them to command good prices, and consequently turn the flow of money toward this country. Another advantage will be that it will teach us to be more self reliant ii win mane popular tne "Made in America" article, and will force us to the hitherto unknown necessity of manufacturing many articles which we need, but which we have depended e on foreign countries to supply us. raise the cotton and the wool, and we will find the way to secure within our own bounds the dye with which to color the finished products, otherwise we will wear plain colors and go without the gaudy, flashy designs which have been provided us by the foreign dye stuffs, not now obtainable. "The latest from Paris" nowadays is war, and we doubtless do not care to ape the Parisians in this as we have been accustomed to do in style, but we needs must manufacture our own styles, or else do without such modish cos tumes. Just how well md readily we can and will adapt ourselves to the circumstan ces thus forced upon us, remains to be seen, but we have always been able heretofore to adapt ourselves to any and all circumstances, and we are in-- , clined to the opinion that our adapta bility will not fail us in this instance. and that in the years to come we will be all the better for the ordeal, and that there will be much more "Made in America" goods seen in the future than has ever been seen in the past. up-W- LOVE. F- - SUSTAINS SLIGHT 'INJURY. ns his home in Liberty. Mo. on Sept. 10th Dies In Rhode Island. and was buried in that city on the 12th. Prof Love will be remembered by some James B. Haggin, millionaire turf of the older citizens of our county, he man and financier, the foundation of being a cousin to Mrs. Mason of whose fortune, which is estimated at this city. He started the first newsfrom fifty to eighty million dollars, was paper in this town, in the year 1827. laid in the gold fields of California in Prof Love was in his 95th year. "the days of '49". died at his summer home in Villa Rosa R. I. last Saturday CARD OF THANKS. night of the infirmities incident to his age, and his remains were inextreme We desire to thank the friends for terred beside those of his first wife in their kindness, during the illness and Woodlan cemetery, New York city. death ot Our little Darling. Your He is survived by his second wife who sympathy shall ever be treasured up in was a Miss Vorheiss of Versailles, Ky., our hearts, with earnest prayers. by one ton Louis T Haggin of New We remain, York city, and one daughter, Mrs. S. H. Pollitt and family. Richard P. Lounsbury, also of New York,. Mr. Haggin was a Kentuckian and was born near Harrodsburginl822. BIG CIRCUS CADDELL. Mr. A. J. Caddell in a fit of tempora ry mental aberration, took his own life at 5 o'clock Tuesday morning at COMING SIC SAUTELLS IMMENSE SHOWS To Exhibit Here On Sept. 28th. J. C. W. Beckham, of Frankfort. Short Term. J. N. Camden, of Versailles. For Congress. Harvey Helm, of Stanford. During the progress of the many liquor contests in the state, we deem it not amiss to give the public the benefit of the results of prohibition as experienced in Lancaster and Garrard county. We have enjoyed the blessing of local option since 1884, and that it has proven a blessing is evidenced by the fact that instead of being known as : 'bloody Lancaster" during the liquor regime, we are now come to be known as one of the most peaceable and law abiding communities in the Commonwealth. During the days of saloons, men were accustomed to "come to town" on public days and after their brains became heated and inflamed bv the im bibing of several drinks, they sought to settle their various personal differences, and the result was that the daily papers would carry an account of "another killing in bloody .Lancaster." The first vote as to local option was taken in 1884, and whiskey was voted out of the Lancaster precincts and though attempts have been made to vote it back since they have invariaply proven unsuccessful. Other precincts have followed in the wake of the three town precincts until there is no "wet" precinct in the county save Walker's and repeated efforts to sell liquor there have been frustrated by the citizens. There were infractions of the law, as there is and always will be, and these at one time became so flagrant that the officers of the city, backed up by a riehteouslv indicant citezenry, made a raid upon the "blind tiger" district routed the beast from lair, destroyed his stock in trade, expelled the most flagrant violators from the county, and they have never returned, and since that time Lancaster has enjoyed local option in fact as well as In name. That the banishing of liquor from Editor Landramj in the Danville the town has proven beneficial, none Messenger, havtng run out of a suitable can gainsay. The town is better, the subject on which to write, hands us morals of the youth are better, the this line, "The sympathy of the public cause of education has grown here as was for a time with Evelyn, but after perhaps it has not grown elsewhere in she deliberately" and here is the humor the country, real estate, both in county of aside Harry Thaw's desperand town, has more than quadrupled in ate effort to reform her, the public has value, and there is not one person out lost interest, knowing that she will of one hundred, who if asked would tell soon land in the yawning hell that you that they would have saloons back awaits the ingrate". in Lancaster, were such a thing posWhen did Harry join the Salvation sible. Army and start a "reform movement"? great affliction. However to those communities who are This is the first time we ever heard now in a contest upon this issue wewould him accused of being one of the "upJEWISH NEW YEAR. say tbawith the voting out of liquor. lift crowd". Now it has been rumored Monday, September 21st 'our store but just.v,begun dm pthat,srtral ,New York;" papers were the battie-haf- ii mediately upon the closing of saloons, paid to paint Harry as an angel, but will be closed the entire dy on account the illicit vender of liquor will begin to the Danville Messenger perish the of New Year. The Joseph Mercantile Co. Blind Tigers, Speak thought. ply his'calling. his home about two miles east of Lancaster. Mr. Caddell rose about 4:30 o'clock, as is his custom, and after tell ing his wife to remain in bed and rest until his return, proceeded to the barn. as he said, to feed the stock. He had evidently however, planned his rash act beforehand, for within fifteen minutes a shot was heard in the direction of the barn and his startled wife upon investigation found his dead and mangled remains midway between the house and the barn. Mr. Caddell had evidently laid down on the ground and placing a stick of dynamite across his breast, lighted tne fuse. His body and head were terribly mangled by the explosion, and his death was undoubtedly instantaneous. His remains, accompanied by his sorrowing wife and friends were conveyed to his former home at Williamsburg Ky for interment, the funeral party leaving on the evening train Tuesday. Mr. Caddell is survived by his wife, who before her marriage was Miss Martha Meadows of Williamsburg, a sister of the late Mr. John Meadows of this county, and by four brothers. Messrs Joe, John and William Caddell of Whitley county and Dave Caddell of Covington Ky. Andrew Jackson Caddell was born in Whitley county Ky. and was a graduate of the State College at Lexington, Ky. but in lie was an attoroey-at-larecent years had turned his attention to farming. He was elected County Attorney of Whitley county, also County School Seperintendent, serving four years in eaoh capacity. He came to Garrard county several years ago and purchased the farm known as "the Joe Arnold place, on the Richmond pike where he has since resided, with the exception of a little more than a year which he spent in Oklahoma. Mr. Caddell was a man of marked intellectual attainments, a constant reader, of a cnarming personalty, a hearty jovial disposition, and had made many friends since he has been a resident of Garrard county. He has been for twenty five years a consistent member of the Baptist church, and was an honorable, upright christian gentleman. Mr. Caddell has for several months shown slight signs of mental derangement, sufficient to cause uneasiness to his family and friends, and they en deavored to keep him under constant surveilance. However, he had shown no alarming symptons immediately preceding his death, and was accustomed to attend to his duties about the farm, but he seems to have taken ad vantage of their first relaxation ot their vigilance. The entire community joins with the neighbors and friends in sympathy for the distressed and bereaved wife in her Sig Sautells Big Circus and Menagerie is billed to exhibit in Lancaster on Monday September 28th. This is said to be one of the best circuses on the road, carrying a big lot of trained animals, trapeze artists, clowns and all that goes to make up a first class circus. The press speaks in glowing terms of the Sautell aggregation and it is doubtless above the average circus that visits towns of this size, and will draw a big crowd. THE WAR, DAY BY DAI SUNDAY. The right and center of the German Army is gradually withdrawing, and the left wing which is operating around Verdun is the onlv part of the Kaiser's forces that is holding its own. Reports that the Crown Prlrce has teen killed in battle are unconfirmed. The Austrian armies in Russian, Poland and Galacia have met with serious reverses. A dispatch from Petrograd (St Petersburg) says that the Russians have captured 120,000 Austrians. MONDAY. " The German army is retreating all along the battle line before Paris. TUESDAY. The reoccupation of Amiens by the French and the preparations by the Germans on the River Aisne to make a stand against the Allies are the chief announcements contained in the latest statements issued by the French Government. Apparently the Germans also are preparing to resist on the heights to the north and northwest of Rheims. Petrograd reports that the Russian troops are crossing the San River and that the Russian army, in repulsing a desperate attack by the Austrians, captured many prisoners. The British Official Press Bureau denies the reports that Russian troops have landed in Belgium and declares also that there is no truth whatever in the rumors that Russian soldiers have landed in or passed thru Great Britian on their way to France and, Belgium. A Copenhagen dispatch says advices from Berlin admit that the chief Austrian army has suffered an absolute defeat at the hands of the Russians. "Twenty-fiv- e thousand Japanese have landed on the Shan Tung Peninsula and Japanese troops Are passing toward Ping Tu, forty miles north of Kiau Chau, the German protectorate in China. Although no reply had been received last night from the German Govern-ment.t- o this nation's"4nquiry concerning its attitaJe,toward peace, Administration officials were hopeful thai from the informal steps something tangible world result. While automobiling with Mrs. R. E. Prof. C. D. Bohanan of the Agricul- Hughes, accompanied by Mrs. Percy ture Department State University, who Noland and children, on last Tuesdav lectured Friday night, on Sociology and night Mrs. M. D. Hughes suffered a Country life was well attended and en- very painful injury. The car which joyed by a large house. was driven by Mrs. R. E. Hughes, was Messrs. Ector Lawson, Chas. Doty, just emerging from the bridge over and Geo. Walker were visitors at our Hanging Fork on the old Danville pike, school Friday morning. when a slight raise in the pike was Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bobinson and Mr. encountered and Mrs. Hughes was coni Louie Tinder were Friday morning siderably jolted, and sustained a very TO MANAGE BIG TOBACCO visitors painful wrench to her back. But for at our school. Warehouse In Maysville. Bro. Pollitt visited our school Tues- the fact that the car was traveling day morning and conducted the exercise. carefully and slowly, the injury might proven more severe. Mrs. HughA press dispatch fiom Maysville, Ky. Beginning Friday morning the various have es condition shows considerable imtells of the election of Lakan Phelps of rooms will conduct the exercises each Louisville and Arthur S. Powers, also Friday morning. Miss Masons' room provement today, and her many friends of Louisville, as president and general will entertain Friday. Everybody is hope that it mav prove trivial aid that she may soon be out. manager respectively of the Farmers & cordialy invited to attend. Pla'nters Loose Leaf Tobacco WareThe music classes of Miss Webb are house of Maysville. This is one of the the largest ever enrolled at the Graded PAINT LICK STILL largest houses on one of the largest School. Miss Webb has proven that loose leaf markets in the state, and her recommendations were well groundIN THE LEAD. Maysville is to be congratulated on ed, and many new pupils are enrolling Paint Lick played Berea on the Paint securing the services of such a capable in her classes daily. Lick grounds Saturday evening and deand experienced tobacco man, and feated them by the neat score of 3 to 0. thorough gentleman as Mr. Powers to The game was interesting from start manage in. Mr. Powers was located in TEACHERS-PARENT- S to finish, and the pitching of Halcomb Lancaster for many years and by upand all around playing of "Jay" Her-ro- n right and square dealing made for himMEETING. for the Garrard representatives was self innumerable friends among the the feature of the fme. Paint Lick tobacco growers and citizens of Garrard There will be a meeting of those plays all the surrounding towns and county. interested in the organization of a usually carries away the victory. They Teachers- - Parents Club at the Audiwill likely end the season with a game torium of the School building at 3:15 with Whites Station on next Saturday. o'clock Thursday afternoon, and all who Herron who plays out field for Paint are interested in this very useful adLick has been fielding at 1000 and his junct to the school work are earnestly batting is unexcelled. WINS AUTOMOBILE invited to attend. It is intended to hold these meetings A "Stitch in time saves nine". Look Offered By Lancaster Opera House. regularly on Thursday of each week to your chimney before making the winters hre. Master V. A. Lear Jr., istheproudest after organization. individual in the world, we do not except the proverbial bov with his first "red top boots", any successful General in the great war now in progress, or any other person who has some great achievement of which he is justly proud. EVER SPREADING. EVER GRASPING The cause of the young man's rejoicing is the tact that he was the successThreatens To Literally Crush From ful contestant for the miniature automobile offered by the management of Existence The Retail Trade Of The Country. the Lancaster Opera House to the child receiving the greatest number of votes Sea:s, Roebuck & Co. the largest of "What man hasjone, man may do". within a certain length.of time. Each ticket purchased had a coupon attach the many mail order houses in Chicago, Try it yourself. What it has cost these ed, and the child getting the largest is making its annual distribution of people millions of dollars to do. you number of these coupons was awarded catalogues, and the postoffice depart- may do for a few paltiy dollars. Their the automobile. Vic. Jr. received so ment throughout the country last week territory embraces the entire country, swamped with this they draw their trade from all over the many more votes than any other con- was literally testant that it was hardly worth while literature. The catalogue has been United States, while you have practicto count, and he is now trundling his materially increased in size since the ally your town and county alone to new possession about the streets as admission of books, catalogues etc. to from, and if you can succeed in securproudly as is it was a 75 horse power, the parcel post rates, it formerly being ing a liberal share of that trade alone, third class matter.'f and the book at its you will be well satisfied. You can 1915 model standard make machine. The young gentleman wishes to ex- present size would have required nearly secure this trade, and in the same systend his thanks to the friends who so forty cents in postage, whereas it now tematic manner in which these large The book concerns secured theirs, only with a kindly aided him in securing this ma- goes for fourteen cents. weighs 42 pounds, has 1615 pages, and very much smaller amount of cost. chine. lists practically everything from a camFirst get the goods, get what your bric needle to a complete threshing out- trade demands, be prepared to send fit. It brings direct and a cut com- - every customer away from your place petition to every line of trade. Mr. with just what they want, don't let Groceryman, Hardwareman, Jeweler, them have to go elsewhere for it. Next FORMER LANCASTER BOY, every kind of Merchant, it is acut com- make the prices right, don't try to petition to YOU. These people expend make it all at once, be satisfied with Dies In Douglas, Ga. a fortune on getting out these catalogues the old time trade rule of "big trade and placing them in the hands of vour and small profits", there is no such A telegram to Postmaster Brown last customers. But they reap a rich re- business getter entant as LOW PRICweek announced the serious illness in ward for their outlay along this line. ES. Make the prices right and the Douglas Ga. of Bernard Ashley, and They above all people" ftf the world will trade will drift to you. You say "they His tell you that ADVERTISING PAYS.(ac8tter made inquiry for his relatives. the neW3 of tte prices in the lives in Stanford, and Their advertising bills alone run3 into mother who now mail order house catalogue," yes they bis brother Maurice who lives in Rich- the millions of dollars anually, and do, and if you will make your prices mond were communicated with, and their profits prove the wisdom of their attractive, they will scatter the news later information'received by them was expenditures along this line. Their of YOUR prices. Just try it once and to the effect that he had died. Ar- dividends from preferred stock alone see. Last but not least ADVERTISE, rangements had been made to bring reaches well into the millions, and they one wees, one monin, Dut every him to a Sanatarium at Richmond Ky., continue to grow year by year. These noi week and every month. Quote yor when the sad news came. His remains people are progressive, they press their prices, describe your ware3. Don't be were interred in Douglas. business, they do not wait for business Bernard Ashley, or as he was famil- to press them. As indicated by the sparing or stingy with type ink, every iarly known "Bee" Ashley, was born headlines, the department stores of the dollar expended in this manner will be returned to you a hundred, fold. Ask in Lancaster and was the oldest son of great cities are growing to be an Mail order house they above all the late Silas Ashley and Mrs. Sallie Octopus, which unless something is the Ashley, who now lives in Stanford. done to check their growth, will literally others can tell you the truth of this "Bee" was educated in the Lancaster engulf the retail business of the statement. Do not sit around, idly with folded schools, and took a course in telegraphy country, will swallow it up as a whole. hands and complain of the business at the depot at Jthis place, and after THE REMEDY. being gradually drawn away from you, completing this course he was stricken you will say "what can we do get busy and counteract this state of "But" with the wanderlust, and for many years his parents and friends lost track to check their ravages on our business; affairs. Throw off that listless man of him, but he was finally heard from we are helpless before their onslaught?" ner. Get up and get bu3y. Let the Indeed you are not, the weapon is at people know, what yoq have and what in Mexico, later coming back to the guarantee He-wan unusually bright handjfight fire witfgire. Thesff people yoofwantoT it,jand states., boy, and a number of friends and school nave amassea minions, nave ouui up fryour prices are "even as low as the mail order houses for the same Quality mates here cherish pleasant memories eTOnnous4MiMssvestobIishnMntsBX i of 'goods, that jfoTtwill'uetTtha business! ' ''- of him and regret to hear of hist death. 'AUVJSftXi&IMU.--- ARTHUR POWERS V. A. LEAR JR. THE TENTACLES OF THE OCTOPUS BERNARD ASHLEY, as wje-w- ill rtS- - "V- - jbji&gw-- ' . Uc 3B- -I ,' itbaf ..- - z, ' The Central Record, Thursday Sept 17 1914. Page 7 ELITE 3 STYLES AT 1 i of if J JOSEPH'S That PLEASE. EQUAL JM n 1771 i I Workmanship Plus Material I r Value and Satisfaction Joseph Mercantile Company Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. IK It (till uty (Sty Stfe" Suits from $15.00 to $25.00 that are Dandies. Gossip About jl cjyjM "s " sat i J J. W. Francis made a business trip Walker who entered Georgetown lege. to Louisville thi3 week. Col- - s m A Britf Mention oF the Comings and Uoings by inose we Are interested in. H00SIER8 DISC WHEAT DRILLS $55.00 J. R. Mount, Public Personal Mr. Geo. D. Robinson left for Cor-deGa. last Monday, where he will ed to Louisville for the State Fair. John McRoberts is spending the week look after mule interests in this thriv Mrs. Samuel Cotton and mother Mrs. ing southern city. with Lexington friends. Walker motored to Danville Tuesday. Miss Allie Dunn has gone to Paris Just received at'The Fashion Shop a Mr. Coleman Gulley was in Lexing- shipment of entirely new Blouses, where she will teach this terra. ton to see his sister Mrs. I. S. Dunn, satin, crepe de chine and messaline n Mrs. J. A. Amon left Monday for Miss Pearl Alridge of Stanford is the all the newest shades. specialist. Louisville to consult a guests of her aunt Mrs. J R. Haselden. Rev. J. W. Beagle will leave for Miss Kathleen Hanley of Nicholas-vill- e Adams of Kirksville was Covington Friday to conduct a funeral Miss Sarah is here visiting Miss Minnie Brown. a recent visitor of Miss Virginia Bourne. but will return Saturday and will fill his regular place Sunday. Mr. Jessie Thomas, who has been George Walker of Nicholasville was sick for a few days is better at this Miss Ella Bush, an efficient nurse the guest of Lancaster friends last writing. from Winchester, who has been atweek. Van Brun Fertilizer Disc Wheat tending Mr. W. A. Arnold, returned to Mrs. C. F. Denman of Nicholasville Miss Minerva Cox has accepted a Drills. Ensilage Cutters, Gasoline and has been visiting her parents Mr. and position in the store of Mr. Frank her home last Monday. Mrs. Alex West. Moore. Kerosine Engines Mrs. M. E. Fish and Mrs. Will Pet-tu- s, of Crab Orchard; and Miss Mattie Mrs. Belle Perkins of Stanford was Mrs. J. D. Gulley is in Lexington the recent guest of her daughter Mrs. visiting her daughter Mrs. I. S. Dunn McCIary of Stanford, were to see Mr. W. A. Arnold last week. Cleveland Rose.-and familv. Mr. and Mrs. John Brown of Buckeye Mrs. Richard Anderson who Kves on Mr. Alex Dotv entertained at a water melon party Sunday afternoon in honor leave Friday for a short visit to Louis- the Crab Orchard pike is suffering from the inconvenience of a sprained ankle ville relatives. of Miss Edna Kavanaugh. Corbin and has had to resort to crutches. Miss Mary Arnold returned to Reverend and Mrs. S. H. Pollitt and children have returned from a visit to last week after a visit to her father, of Miss Anna Bronaugh, who has been several days. relatives near Maysville. connected with D. B. Fisk Millinery of G. B.43winebroad and sons, George Crab Orchard for the past six weeks, $23 dollars was made by the members of the Pleasant Grove church at a pie and Marrs were in Louisville this week will assist Miss Arnold as Saleslady this season. for the State Fair. supper on last Friday evening. Mrs. Ann Walker will return on Sat Miss Justina Johnson has moved to Misses Bessie and Eunice Prather are - OF at home after a protracted stay with Stanford and taken rooms with Dr. W. urday to her home in Huntington, West Va., after a protracted stay with her O'Bannon and wife. relatives in Missouri and Illinois. daughters, Mesdames B. F. Hudson Miss Nannie Goodloe, of Springfield, and W. O. Rigney, Miss Allie Arnold returned Sunday to Pittsburg, Penn., where she holds a came to see Mr. W. A. Arnold during The following left Wednesday for fine position with a D. and D. Institute. his illness last week. the State Fair; Judge Ford, W. B. Mrs. Robert Dunlap Blanton of Rich Burton, Capt. T. A. Elkin, Jno. Mount, Misses Bessie and Ida Yantis have returned to their home in Indianapolis mond i3 the guest of her parents Mr. Judge and Mrs. L. L. Walker, W. E. Having determined to locate elsewhere, I will after a pleasant visit to Lancaster and Mrs J. W. Elmore. Moss, J. B. Bourne, R. L. Elkin and Mrs. Mattie Duncan is at home after Tom McMillan. at the late residence of my husband, relatives. offer for sale, Mr. John Molloy and family motored a short visit ti her niece Mrs. Kelley The pie supper given Saturday nigjit Squire Sam Johnson, on Danville avenue on down from Richmond Sunday and were Francis of Middlesboro. at the home of Mr. Flute Cummings the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dr. Wm. Pryor left today for Louis by the members of the New Antioch Sanders. ville and St Louis where he will visit Christian church reallized $24. Captain Am. Bourne the popular auctioneer had Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph is at home his parents for ten days. after a stay in Ashville, N. C. and a Miss Eliza Lunsford left last Satur a quick sale of the varity of pies on visit to her daughter Mrs. Uharles day for Irvine Ky, where she will visit hand. at 2 o'clock p. m., the following property. Davis in Chattanooga. Mr. Owsley Cox and family of friends for several weekf. One Thoroughbred Jersey Cow, 1 gentle harness Mr and Mrs. J. R. Haselden, and Miss Addie Arnold left Monday for a Hendersonsville. N, C are visiting relatives in Lancaster. Mr. Cox with Mr. Samuel Haselden of mare, 1 corn crusher, 2 corn shelters, 1 one horse children, and motored to Lexington for visit of two weaks to her sister, Mrs. his family removed from this place to Bryantsville Wm. Burnett in Shelby ville. Hendersonsville about two years ago lawn mower, 1 lawn swing, one wheel barrow, 2 large Al G. Field's minstrels. Mr. B. F. Hudson and Mrs. Wood' for the benefit of the health of one of Mr. Russell Brown and bride have were child kettles, stands of bees, 2 turning plows. Household returned from a bridal trip to Ashe-vill- BurnsideMr. B. in Nicholasville Wednes- his children. The Cox andhashisentirely Walkers' sale. entire day for recovered and Mr, N. C, and is receiving the best of kitchen furniture, including large heater and tions from his many friends. congratula Mrs. Stephen Walker and little family are in with their new health and and home. daughter Georgetta of Hustonville are well pleased Malleable Range almost new. Dining room furniture Mr. A. Goodloe Lackey of Kansas, visiting Mrs. William Dickerson. Harvey Stanley Gulley, who has Mr. expected to arrive Friday for a his many relatives in includes China Cabinet, Sideboard, Tables and Chairs. City is his mother Mrs. D. M, Lackey Mr. W. A. Arnold who was reported been visiting Garrard County, hisLanvisit to old week, is sufficiently re- caster and quite sick last and. sister Miss Jennie Lackey. home, has returned to Mineral Wells, not mentioned. Many other articles covered to be on the street again. Texas Mr. Gulley stopped in LouisMrs. Herbert Price and little daugh Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hubbard of ville to visit his aunt, Mrs. William Also one ton of good hay. Vesta and Jane Evans Price, of ters expected this week for a Covington motored to Lancaster for a Steel Holman and Miss Allie B. Brown. TERMS; All sums under $10. cash in hand, over that amount, Danville are E. Stormes. to Mrs D. M. Lackey and daugh- short visit to Mrs. J. visit Mis3 Martha A. Stephens, who has Mrs. Walker Burnside of Louisana been visiting her sisters, Mrs. William ter. negotiable paper, due January 1st 1915, without interest. of Danville Steele Holman and Miss Allie B. Brown, Mesdafnes Alex West and Bettie and Miss Bessie Patton were guests of Mrs. W. O. Rigney, in Louisville, returned Saturday. Miss Dudderar have gone to Indianapolis for Tuesday. Stephens left Wednesday to resume a visit to their sister Mrs. S. S. Yantis. will go to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Walker and Mrs. her duties in the Kentucky School for From Indianapolis Mrs. West Martinsville where she will take treat- Samuel Cotton motored to Georgetown the Deaf at Danville, where she has Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. Monday in company with Miss Emma I been many years. ment for rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stormes motorle Dr. Bosby of Richmond was a visitor in Lancaster Saturday. W. T. West left today for a two Miss Julia Zanone and Mrs. Geo. weeks stay in Indianapolis. Spoonamore are in Louisville this week Miss Allie Yantis is visiting Miss where they will visit their sister Mrs. Mike Hays. Lottie Carson at Stanford. Miss Luceil Donahue of Danville, is Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Collier and little daughter of Belle Jellico, Ky,, were tne guest of Miss Carrie Miller. D. Simpson Mr. W. O. Rigney was a visitor in recent guests of Mrs. U. and daughter. the city of Owensboro this week. Miss Edna Lindsey Gulley left Monday for Louisville to visit her aunts, j YOD'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Mrs. William Steele Holman and Miss V Allie B. Brown. From Louiaville Miss (julley will go to Indianapolis to begin J her duties in the Training School for Mens Suits half price at Moores. Teachers. Miss Gulley has made many Goods 25, 50 and 75 cts. on the dollar friends during her visit here to her at iMoores. many relatives who wish her success. For Sale Or RENT:-M- y place on Lex Miss Viola Beagle entertained a "A ington Street. Mrs, Susan Fisher. Rook Party" Friday evening comLadies and childrens low cut shoes plimentary to Miss Mary Clay Williams, half price at Moores. of Tulsa Oklahoma, The following young people were invited to meet the For Sale; Telephone Stock in Brypopular young visitor. Misses Charlie antsville Exchange. Hallie B. Sweeney, Bryantsville Ky. Elmore, Florence Johnson, Lida Raney, and Martha Tinder, Messrs. Paul Elliott, S. N. Davis has more goods than he Frank Tinder. Jesse Hendren, Robert needs and is closing them out at reTomlinson, Charlie Dunn and Joe duced priced. Kavanaugh. Come to the closing out sale of the The following young ladies and gen R. H. Batson stock of goods. tlemen will be absent from our midst Frank Moore the coming winter. Call on me for all kinds of fruit and Miss Elizabeth Ford-Sayr- e College ornamental trees, shrubs, hedge and Lexington. Everything for Strawberry plants. Miss Elizabeth Gibbs-Sayr- e College, the lawn and garden. I reprefent the Lexington. best nusery known. UnMiss Bernie Jas. A. Royston. iversity, Lexington. Lancaster, Ky. Phone No. 200. Miss Patsy Kinnaird-Hamilto- n Col Son & Co. Sale Property Friday, September 18th, lege, Lexington. Miss Edna Berkele-Hamilto- n College, Miss Mary Clay Williams-Hamilto- n College, Lexington. y Miss Mamie Stormes School, Midway Ky. n ColMiss Emma lege, Georgetown Ky. Miss Angie C. Kinnaird-Indian- a School for Deaf, Indianapolis. Miss Edna Gulley- - Indiana School for Deaf, Indianapolis. Miss Lydia Elmore-Indian- a School for Deaf, Indianapolis. School Mrs. Ethel Darnall-Indian- a for Deaf, Indianapolis. Miss Margaret Morrow-Ohi- o School for Deaf, Columbus, 0. Miss Edna Kavanaugh-Florid- a School for Deaf, St. Augustine Fla. Miss Mary High School, Paintsville Ky. Miss Florence Johnson-Stetso- n High School, Stetson Fla. Miss Cecil Bowling-K- y College for Women, Danville Ky. Johnson-PaiMiss Minnie Lick Graded School. Miss Minnie Rich-PaiLick Graded Dunn-MidwaWalker-GeorgetowElmore-Paintsville nt For Sale. A choice lot of Blue Grass Seed. It is A. 1. free from Sour Dock and all Garrard Milling Co. weeds. Farm For Rent 176 acres, well improved, J mile of Graded School 1 mile of town. Mrs. J. N. Blanpied, Lancaster. Ky. Notice The Citv taxes and water rents are The due and must be paid at once. City must have this money in order to meet expenses and unless paida penalty L. E. Herron, will be levied. Collector. Farm For Sale acres (4J) miles from Lancas166 will sell as a whole or in two tracts 116 5 with improvements or (50) acres 2-- 5 ter, 2-- unimproved. N. H. Bogie. Lexington. Ky. For Sale School. UnivMr. Ector Lawson-Vanderbersity, Nashville Tenn. Mr. Robert Tomlinson-Stat- e University, Lexington Ky. Charley Dunn-Stat- e University, Lexington. University, LexCarl Acton-Stat- e ington. ilt Sixty acres of land, 2J mile3 from Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike. Good house, barn and plenty ot water. Hemdon & Walker, Lancaster. Ky. Farm For Sale Improved 104 acres, well watered. Lie3 well and is in good condition i mile of private school and church 1 mile of the General Mercantile store and postoffice of Marcellu3. $120 per Dean. acre. Write or see M. Marcellus, Ky. 3 Frank Tinder-Transylvan- ia Univer- e, sity, Lexington. Floyd Ky. Kentucky Red Berkshire For Sale. Ky. Ashley William Swope, Lexington Ky. I have 10 nice young boars for sale. Military In- They are from Anna Bell and Fancy T. J. Lady, the choice of my herd. stitute, Millersburg Ky. W. B. Denny, Lancaster Ky. Zan Robinson, Millersburg Military tf Swope-LexingtSwope-Lexington, rg Institute. Joe West-Millersbu- Military In- stitute. Rogers-Petti- e Joseph Hightston N. J. STRAYED OR STOLEN. Tom Elmore-Richmo- Mrs. J. S. Johnson. Daniel Elkin-Ya- le Haven Conn. William Mason-CentrDanville Ky. Allen Johnson-Stetso- n Noel Bogie-Bere- a al From my place, five miles south of Nicholasville on the Danville pike, on Ky. the night of August 13, Day mare, 7 University, New years old. short shaggy mane and tail, two knots on side about size, of hen University, egg; weigh about 1,200 lbs., sound and in good condition. $25 reward for her Florida. recovery. College, Berea Ky. pd C. J. Bronston. Institute, You need Coke to burn in your tobacco barn, and will soon need Coal for the winter Why delay buying when prices are low now, and sure to advance? 9 e ttiqm, get prices, compare and Our stock of Seed Wheat, Rye and Timothy Seed was never more cprnglete:-;Seis what youwant, iHudson &. -- Hugheswill getyour we will be satisfied with your decision, for if quality and-pne- e aw t,p, air i jflwM r;,:.;oraerr:lBH15nV,2Bc;jiraljm'FlKy,!I. ", ., l"t' -- 'osCX ' -- i a.a-i- -- tf?CVl " VJ9 Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 17, 1914. PUBLIC .Live stock Farming Implements , I I 1 WILL ON Vista, Beginning promptly at 9 o'clock a. m. sharp, to the highest bidder the following property: Merchandise. Hogs. Horses. Cattle. 10 24, 1914 Thursday, at my ept Buena Garrard farm at 1 1 1 1 County, Kentucky, sell 4 Barrels Kanawha Salt, 50 Buggy Whips. Big lot of Tinware. Head of extra good weanling Steer Calves. 3 Head of extra nice Jersey Heifer Calves. 3 Head of Shorthorn Heifer Calves, 1 Extra good, high grade Shorthorn Bull Calf. This is an extra nice calf. good Hereford Bull Calf. 1 1 Yearling Jersey Bull-Six-mont- hs 1 Brown Brood Mare, in foal to Jack. Brood and Work Mare, in foal to Jack. Good Brood and Work Mare. Extra good Yearling Colt. Shetland Ponies. 1 1 1 Pair of Men's Pants. Pair of Mens High Top Shoes. 20 Pair of Misses and Children's Shoes. 50 yards of extra nice White Table Cloth. of it is Pure Linen. 50 6 1 All-Wo- Farming Implements, Etc. Evory thread j Tedder for scattering and drying hay. 2 Good Riding Cultivators. 2 Cultivators or Tobacco Plows. 1 Fertilizer Drill for grain and fertilizer. 1 Wheat Drill and Grass Seed Attachment. oth Good 1 Jersey Milk Cow. Hereford Milk Cow. Cow. calf at foot. 1 extra good Yearling Steers. :S5 Head of Feeding Hogs. 50 Head of Stock Shoats. 40 Head of 2 Sws and pigs- 4 Thoroughbred Duroc Sows, due to farrow in October. 4 Throughbred Duroc Brood Sows, ready to breed. 700-poun- 3 year-ol- d Mare Pony, gentle and safe. Mare Pony, colt at foot" Mare Ponv, colt at foot. 50 6 1 d Jack and Jennet Stock. Good 15 hand, Jack, 5 Extra good high bred young Jennets, from - to 5 years old. All bred to good, big Jack, and I think in foal. Now this is a lot of high class Jennets, all gocd .marked, good size and color. 1 1 100-pou- 50 5 2 1 65-pou- 10 2 4 1 Mules. 1 1 1 1 Pair of 16-ha- nd Work Mules. 1 Mare Mule. These are Sugar Mules. yearling Jennet. Good, coming Jack. Black, with the best of points, good head and ear, big foot and bone. Grey Jack, 14 !4 hands. 4 50 4 Good Yearling Horse Mule, 2 Extra good Mare Mule Colts. "Good Ones." 5 Good Yearling Mules. Sheep. 50 Head of good young Stock Ewes. 2 1 20 10 2 Southdown Bucks. 2 Sweater Coats. Dozen Men's Latest style Silk Neckties. Ladies Black Sateen Under Skirts. Ladies, Black Silk Under Skirt. Men's Hats. Horse Collars. Sets of Wagon Breeching. Set of S20 now Buggy Harness. Gallons of Dr. Hess' Sheap Dip & Disinfector, Pails of Dr. Hess' Stock Food. Mattocks. home-mad- e Vinegar. Barrel of 6 Horse Yokes. Horn Seed Sowers. 150 Rods Fence Wire' Pounds or Sulphur. Extra good. No. 1 Oak Farm Gates. Ice Cream Freezers. Drugget Rug. Gallons of Black Navy Roofing Paint. Quart cans of Carriage Paint,. Spools Barbed Wire, ol te 4 1 Plows- Disc Plow. 2 Disc Cutting Harrow. 2 Harrows. 1 Manure Spreader, good as new. 1 Truck Wagon. Galvanized Tanks. Hog Box or Cooker. 3 D. S. Plows. interest in Steel Roller. 1 Deering Binder good as new. 1 Buggy, lot of Horse Collars, Geer, etc. 50 Good Grain Bags. 6 Iron Hog Troughs, 5 Feed Troughs' new. barrel of black Roofing Paint Onehalf barrel of Mooreman's Hog Medicine 3 Grubbing Hoes. 1 good Cider Mill. '?. Mowers. 1 Steam Hay baler Lot or other items not mentioned but always useful on the farm. 1 1 One-ha- lf One-ha- lf This sale will be held rain or shine and will begin promptly at 9 o'clock a. m., Thursday, Sept 24. tn KTLzm jji? xziAiam u- -j s r Dinner free. Terms liberal and made known at sale. John I. Vanarsdale, Auct. k-. vnmr r" IJfelWMB in ; Tb V t 8 'VistJct:;;EawssggHBKyffrWtnnyvif en UiMBm 11 Br k's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed cf Roots, Herbs, Barl.s and Derries. For treatment of Human Diseases. IVrslcy's Indian HerLs 43 Da s' Trcztir ert Dakota Jsc!.'s Cowboy Unraent Lt. OS SU.E AT $100 25c 25c Dakota Jack"s Creme Soap, Price 10c. 3 bars, C. C. & 3 6 fj DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern LowDoy OR C J. E. Siormes and R. E. McRccerfs. N..TOR OF PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS L ysszsicasazESJs It h put there to protect you as well as us from the imitator. Roofs covered with these shingles 27 years ago are Kod today, and have never needed repairs. That's why they're imitated. Therefore, lock for this stamp. For Sale by !! - A -- ; i ! i " -- VM Vice r. H Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, f3mL3&SXg&5&mmZZa 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. Slock of Mercheeiciise tjssrsMxsispjBrMJjTszjEr B. F. HUDSON, President. THE kind that expands and contracts with the wood, leaving no cracks exposed to the weather is Phoenix White Lead (Dutch Boy basis of elastic paint J. J. WALKEK, Prest. r 2 i to be sold at auction. Beginning W. O. P.IGNEY, As3't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker. Jr., Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ORGANIZED 1S83. Friday, September 18th., 1914 I I will sell the R. H. Batson stock of General Merchandise consisting of Men and Boys Clothing. Big line ot mens pants, big lot of boys clothing, big line of mens and boys shoes, big line of Dry goods, big line of Ladies winter Suits and Cloaks. Ladies and Children underwear. Ladies and Childrens shoes. Big line of Lace and Embroidery. MENS re Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. 1 r... :j., sou,uuu. oapnai ,r o ,..r. ourpiubtu.uuu. I Painter Trade Mark) and pure linseed oil We sell these prime paint ingredients as well as the necessary tinting matter to get the color combination you desire. full Owner's. Painting Guide to help you is another sen ice feature. It's get of color schemes, painung truths and suggestions. Come in and your copy. This bank is supervised by the United States Governmen. 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. .CUUtoraesll We Write Anv Kind of I. lh- - Draw A Check HATS, GLOVES, BOOTS, TRUNKS, OVERSHOES, ETC. RUBBER INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. STORE FIXTURES, for the money you ove and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Everything goes. Remember the date, Friday September 18th. continue from day to day until the entire stock is sold. Sale will Bank & Trust Go. J. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, A. BEAZLEY & CO. Phone 27. Frank Moore, Lancaster, Ky. ,V4- They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company n V- -- -- - fc - t-e- ao.- - j ; The Central Record, Thursday Sept A Think of it.Mr.Fanser.here's a remedy for hoe cholera that is old under a "Lezal Guarantee Bond." How can yon afford to take chances asralnst hog cholera when von can cet this remedv on such terms? 17 1914. HARK8BUK1'. Page 9 Cholera Is the only remedy ever put up that Is guaranteed to cure and prevent It hoe cholera. It does the work better than any other known remedy. All It did not. It would not be sold on such a stronc euarantee. At to save your hoes. Drudglsts. Write for f rea booklet telllnz how Lexington. Ky. Bourbon Hog BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. Legally GUARANTEED CURE fop Hog Cholera Remedy COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. : James T. Doty, et al, Plaintiffs, VS. W. A. Doty, """ I Are .Ysu a Wora ? Kv B i I Automobile i 8 OWNERS ATTENTION. When in Lexington why I not stop at a Garage where prompt and satisfactory n 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 I 1 u 1 prices are reasonable. s Car Co. I 1 I i 1 S Central 135-1- 38 Motor I M m South Limestone. Lexington, iTssreyea Kentucky. 1 ss U .X)B)):)!xx)B"iM) Autumn in cke Land athe TV sv Tillions of trees clothe the mountains in wonderful garments Beautiful beyond description. of color "The tonic qualities of the bracing air give zest to Mountain Climbing, Hunting, Tennis, Fishing, Riding and Motoring, while splendid hotels afford luxurious accommodations and entertainment. Excellent boarding houses and cottages are available at NOTED RESORTS IN THE LAND OF THE SKY Asheville Waynes ville Hendersonville Tyron Hot Springs Brevard Saluda Flat Rock Lake Toxaway The "St. Louis Special" will take you there without change of Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the June Term, 1914, the undersigned fc2f t lii cm Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock A. Al. The Woman's or thereabouts, on AIONDAY, SEPTEAIBER 28. 1914, it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and describFOR SALE AT ALL DRU6GISTS ed as follows: K4 A house and lot in Lancaster, First: Garrard Couuty. Kentucky, on the North side of Danville street and bounded as follows; Bounded on the East by K. E. McKoberts: on the North by by the property of W. O. Rigney (now Jennie Mount); on the West by the property of ueorge smith and on the South by Danville street, being the New Phones That Are Not Listed In The same property con", eyed to Lizzie L. Directory. Doty Dy Aiattie f. f risbie, ana otners, by deed dated August 7. 1906. and re Cut out and paste on face of. Directory. corded in the Clerk's office of the GarRes. rard County Court in Deed Book 21, 318-- J Arnold, Ashby page 530, and said deed is referred to 384-- Bratton, Jim Res. tor more specific description of the land. 310-- Burnside, Robert Res. Second; A tract of land in two boundaries and adjoining, in Garrard 309-Cecil, T. E Res. County, Kentucky, at Point Leavell 380-- J Cummins, W. C Res. and is bounded as follows, Disnon, Goe Res. 1st Tract: Beginning at a stake at 207-the South edge of the Lancaster and 362 Dalton, J. H Res. Richmond turnpike, 1 pole from the 372 Francis, Goe Res. center of the same near the East abutFrancis, John ...Dry Cleaning. ment at the end of the wing wall of 365 the bridge across the West fork of 363-Goines. Mark Res. Back Creek; thence down the creek on Johnson, John Res. the the East side N 3J W (a beech tree 211 tore and aft) 37.6 poles to a box elder 389-Jones. Mc. D Res. stump turned out of root on the same 81 King, W. 0 Room. a im 83 w 4 poles to t;ast side: thence , box elders growing from the same root Res. Walter creek; 75 and on the East bank of said Long, Robert Res. on same side N thence down the same Lunsford, Miss Eliza Room. 3SJ W, 13 poles to a stake at the West 76 Lancaster Bottling Co bide of roots of a sycamore on same 202 side of creek; thence down the same 208- - Aloore, Frank Dry Goods. and in the same N 9J E 44J poles to a end of a stone fence 2n 217- - Masonic Club stake at the Res. the East side of said creek (all the fore 350- - Alcntgomery, J. E going corners to James G. Denny) ; 312-- Robinson, J. F Res. thence his line N 4 E 89 poles to a stake Res. in said line S 88 W 23 poles to a syca- 339-- J Schooler. J. S more on the Westside of a creek; thence 357-Smith, W. A Res, S 73 W 7J poles to a stake, corner of Res. plank fence; thence N 77i V 72.6 poles 311- - Tillett, Miss Sallie Res. to a stake in A. R. Denny's line, near 382-- F Walker & Rich a black walnut; thence S 26J E 55J 342- - Walters Jno Res. poles to a stake near a small black wal- 367- - Woods, W. B Res. nut, corner to said Denny; thence S 56 W 24.7 poles to a stake in A R. Denny's line and corner to James N. Denny; thence S 25i E 29.1 poles to a stone V 56 near a sugir tree; thence S 19 poles to a stake on the Lancaster and Richmond turnpike; thence with same N 80J E 8J poles, S 26J E 36 poles S 51 E 13 poles, corner to William Beazley, (colored) ; thence with his line N 22 E 20 poles to a stake N 23 E 34 poles to a stake; thence S 78 E 38.8 poles to a post near a spring; thence a z9 t, a poles to to a stake a stone; thence b 10j in said turnpike; thence S 79 E 23.1 31 poles to the be poles to W ginning, containing 85 acres and 33 poles, being the same land conveyed to said Elizabeth Doty by John Y Leavell, et ai. by deed dated September 25, 1879 and recorded in the Clerk's Office of the Garrard County Court in Deed Book . , page , 2nd. Tract: Beginning at a stake in the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike road, running thence N 80 W 13 poles to a stake in said road; thence S 80$ W 39.8 poles to a stake inside of the said road; thence N 22 E 20 poles to a stake near a gulley; thence N 23 E 34.3 poles to a post; thence S 78 E 38.3 poles to a fence post near a spring; thence S 29 E That we take Paint Stain from all 9 poles to the beginning, containing 12 acres and 7J poles, being the same land conveyed to Lizzie L. Doty by J. A. kinds of Fabric. Ladies are liable to Doty by deed dated November 7, 1911. ruin their garments with a little paint and recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's Office in Deed Book 23, page stain. Do not despair. Leave it to et al. softs iigfilisplf - Mrs. Frank Higgins of Paint Lick is the guest of Airs. J. L. Dunn. 1 Hudson. & Hughes can furnish you Coke to use in your tobacco barn. Misses Maggie Blanks and Flonnie Rodgers were recent guests of Miss Annie Blanks. Mr. W. C. Doty of Paint Lick is spending several days with his brother Mr. J. G. Doty. v2. J Miss Minnie Royston and Mrs. Hallie Rice Ware spent last week with relatives Tonic in Harrodsburg and Salvisa. Miss Georgia Dunn left Monday fcr Lexington to enter the College of the Bible preparatory to work on the Mission field. CASTORIA J&BJ2 KftubPI Ew-- For Infants and Children. KSoSi. flfW?i ;ra 2ow COliwrjPERCEKTT The Kind You Have Always Bought - ft? Acge(al)leEreparafionforAs- l'aI'nieFootfan(IRegu!a: irngfteSiomafiBandBmreisor NEW PHONES A A to-w- B A Mrs. N. J. Gosney has returned home a two weeks stay in Pendleton, Co. where she was called by the death of her father. Mrs Ben Hughes and daughter Delia Rice of Lancaster spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of her mother Mrs. Margaret Sutton. The meeting at the Fork church conducted by Rev. English, of Berea, con tinues with increasing interest. Splendid audiences at all services and seven adJitions to date. Misses Lizzie and Lula Simpson entertained the following at dinner on the 13th. it being their fathers birthday, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Phillips, of Fresno, Cal., Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Denman, of Nicholasville, Mr. Alex West and Mrs. U. D Simpson of Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips and Mr. H. Phillips Baughman of Stanford, and Miss Georgia Dunn. Bears the Signature of Mb n after PromofesDigestaJCImfur nessandRestrontatiKnpitiwr Opium.Morphine norMnoal J AAl In nOXVNARCOTIC. Ihapha Sad" jttrJtam JbOtffeSaS- sfletrnmh- t- mariotaiizm IHrmSrrd- heGgnaT&mr. ADerfetfRemedvforCcmsftoa- t ion , Sour Stomacii.Dlarrtra Worras,ConvuIsionsJeTrisu-ness vr tu s Use For Over andloss of Sleep. licSMe Signamrecf 2Sc The Centaur Compass NEW YOKK. J Thirty Years 5c2 Guaranteed underthe Foods CASTORIA TMr CCNTAUR COMMNT. HIV TO TO HAVE PRETTY HAIR. Exact Copy of Wrapper. CITT. Q 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. Luxuriant 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, softenitup lubricate it. If you have dandruff it is because the scalp is too dry and flakes off. fc Parisian Sage, an inexpensive tonic, which you can get from any druggist. or from R. E. McRoberts is just what you need it softens the scalp, nourishes the hair roots, immediately removes dandruff, and makes the hair fluffy, lustrous and abundant. Parisian Sage takes away the dryness, stop3 itching head, mades the hair twice as abundant and beautifies it until it is soft and lustrous. By the use of this helpful tonic any woman can easily make her hair fluffy, soft and pretty. . 4rOWuJz0wAA WASHINGTON .hihin Horn of fDAL$ I lilt up. Pennsylvania Avenue, at 18th RATES: & H. Sts. RATES: litn, Oituhl 3i!l 1.50, $2.00 op. fc. $3.00 $230, Pllilra Jit. Hebron Miss Mollie Crawford attended preach- OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Perhaps You Don't Elegant Appointments, Palm. Court, Know ing here Sunday. Mr. H. L. Thompson sold to Mr. A. S. Dean a nice calf, price $30. Hudson & Hughes can furnish you Coke to use in vour tobacco barn. Tobacco cutting is in progress in this section and everybody report fine crops. Mr. R. L. Barker is precting a dwell ing house near where the old one burn ed. Indian Grill Room, Tea Room.' Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. m I 1 I INDIANA 1 I 8 tii Through the aforesaid land there is us and we will return it perfectly clean Miss Iva Montgomery of Lancaster, reserved a passway leading from the was with home folks at Lock No. 8 at a small cost. land of J. A. Doty over the said land Sunday. any kind. It is a solid through train, electric-lighte- d, steel herein described to the Richmond and Lancaster Turnpike at Point Leavell. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark of Boyle equipped, arrives Louisville 7:45 P. M. Knoxville 7:00 A.M. Said passway runs parallel with and on were with her parents Mr, and Mrs. F. Asheville 11:25 A. M. Dining Observation Car all the way. on said the West side of Back Creek W. Montgomery Sunday. land and is the same that is now used and has been used for many years as Miss Mary Sherrow of Estill connty the road from the said pike to the spent last week with her cousins Mr. A. Doty, and residence of the said J. J. E. Sherrow and family. the same is 16 feet wide, being the LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. same passway conveyed to J. A. Doty Miss Gertrude McQuerry of JessaPhone 230, by W. A. Doty, by deed dated DecemPremier Carrier of the South mine was the guest of Miss Christine ber 21, 1906, and recorded in said Clerk's Stone from Saturday until Monday. For further information see local agent, or address office in Deed Book 22, page 125. The purpose of this sale is to pay the Mr. Ernest Montgomery is suffering B. H. Todd, District Passenger Agent, debt due Mattie P. Frisbie of $1,000.00, with his back caused from a strain rewith interest at 6 percent from January Louisville, Ky. ceived while working in a cistern. 1, 1914, until paid, and further to divide the residue of the proceeds after the Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Rains and baby payment of costs between the heirs-at-laof Coy, were with her parents Mr. and of Elizabeth L. Doty, as their Your Mrs. Jno Hamm, Saturday and Sunday. rights may appear. Mr. W. B. Montgomery has lost the TERMS. 19 sight of one eye and is suffering from The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purthe other, supposed to be paralysed chasers will be required to execute nerves. bonds with approved security for the m purchase price, due in six and twelve a series 01 meetings will commence months bearing six per cent interest at Mt Hebron on the 27 inst, conducted from date until paid, having the force against by pastor Rev. J. W. Mahan and Rev. and effect of a judgment upon which Dotson of Harrodsburg. The Sunday execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the school will observe Mission day, also Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will on that dav by having appropriate exbe reserved upon the property sold until ercises and giving the Sundays offerThe all the purchase money is paid. ing for this cause. property in Lancaster, Ky., and the property at Point Leavell, Ky., will be sold separately. W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. Feed of all kinds will be scarce and high in L. L. Walker. Att'y. price this coming winter. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. 208. Excursion Fares All The Year SOUTHERN RAILWAY Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co lmaB? BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD GARS Effective from August 1, 1914 to August 1. 1915 and guaranteed against any reduction during that time TOURING CAR TOWN CAR - INSURE HOW ABOUT THAT a SAY JJ - 1 TOBACCO - $690. F O. B. Detroit, all car fully equipped (Is the I'nitcd States of America ouly.) I SILO? I I I 1 ; Hail, Now Insure it with I- It costs no more to The Indiana Silo Co., had sold more Silos up to July 1st, than they sold all last year, and they are warning me to get my orders in as early as possible, for fear they would not be able to fill late orders. i w, protect it from the start, than to wait later on in the season. the above dates. And should we reach this production, we agree to pay as the buyer's share from to 10 to SG0 per car (on or about August 1, 1915) every retail buyer who purchases a new Ford car between August 1, 1914 and August 1, 1915. For further particulars regarding these low prices g plan see Madison Garage. and profit-sharin- Further, we will be 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 m m I Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. BwtHJBSHlliHifl I- r. r. Office - l Silo WillhThe GivesThat msuic t i Satisfaction I- - THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. i iii W. P. KINCAID, District Agent. Stanford, Ky. :x at Citizens National Bank Lancaster, Ky. HS H Hill Has the famous doors that swing on hinges convenient to oper- .ate keeps silage per Capital $50,000. A. Surplus Vice $30,000. SUBSCRIBE FOR The Central Record. ii t f. -- rtJ W1L1UR R.'SMITH 1USINESS COLLEIE Mj.Vtinaitj UcvftaMtaitaeaaaUCmmmijiCilMtt Iti Pruldant btulnen, aleo experience In mercantile bu yean of 35 educating 10,000 and banking lean muiM. tnati &nl wnmfin for aneceea. JftvKnter now. AddreaaWlXBOIt B. lOITH, lAxlflfton, Ky. rsss 8wk. BOOKKEEPING TYPEWRITING and Baslaess. Phonography fectly, winter and summer. TELEGRAPHY Write for ear offer aad SUo Book Mailed Free Abo get offer on the Laaslag SUo and the light running SBbenaka THtrngf R JENNY, President J. E. STORMES, Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. R. T. Cmbry, A33't Cashier. J. L. Giix, Book-Keepe- r. Colter. i Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. Southern Silo Co. Ledaflfoa, Keatacky YOUR BUSINESS. $1.00 Per Year. Central Record. foanKBKttoii -- Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormea, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. 11? - ,V "j-- Page 10 Room for rent. The Central Record, Thursday Sept Miss Fannie Bishop- 4 17, 1914. Panama- T Clarks best thread cts at Mpores. at the HOGWALLOW (From the Hogwallow Kentuckian.) Come to Moores closing out sale. You should see the $15.00 suits Fashion Shop. Come Moores. Lancaster MO Look at your Label and Columbus AlUop is on a trade for two more dawgs, to take up the sur- - , plus of fleas at his house. Cricket Hicks is expecting the ar-- 1 to the closing out sale at tificial rosebuds on Miss Fruzzie All-- 1 sop's hat to burst into bloom any day now A show troupe appeared South Portal to Palace of Food Products, International Exposition, -Pacific San Francisco, 1915 " ' Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or send us that dollar. of gold nose glasses un Crab Orchard pike. If found kindly return to Record office. W. M Mahan. LosT:-Pai- r at the Tick-vill- e Strayed from my place Sept 7th. a black milk cow. in full milk. If seen kindly inform the Record office or V. A. Arnold. T Ju3t received at The Fashion Shop a shipment of entirely new Blouses, satin, crepe de chine and messaline in all the newest shades. EXPERT STOVE Bill POLISHER. J. R. Farris. expert stove cleaner and polisher. Headquarters, store of Mount, Son and Co. LOST. mft ch f,G4WiQ J31 GBfliusisM VsZ NINE BIG CIRCUS MUSEUM MENAGERIE -- Camp Dick, Between Lancaster, Kings Mill and Danville a Corbin Har vard Key No. 652074. Return to Record Office and receive suitable reward. REDUCED ROUND TRIP FARES State Fair, Louisville via Southern Railway. On account of th2 State Fair at Louisville, the Southern Railway will sell round trip tickets from September 12th to the 19th, inclusive, return limit September 23rd Round trip fare from Danville will be $3.05. Trains leave Danville at 5:25 A. M.. 7:30 A. I.I.. and 5:40 P. M. B. H. Todd, D. P. A. lMy 15111-- ) , REMEMBER THE DAY AND DATE n J Louisville, Ky. opera house Saturday nignt. They being all strangers, the public did not take to them much. The rise in Gimlet creek did not do any damage to the bridges becoming overflowed, they having floated off be fore the high water reached them. On account of the large lot of spi der webs hanging around at the store at Bounding Bil'ows, no fly screems will be necessary this season. The Dog Hill preacher has been in vited to take dinner at the home of Isaac Hellwanger next Sunday. He has it under consideration and it is believed he will accept the call. Mrs. Jefferson Potlocks returned Thursday morning, after a visit to friends and relatives in the Calf Ribs community. She was due back several days ago, but when she started away they asked her not to be in a hurry. The Wild Onion school teacher com muned with nature in the Gadder Creek woods Monday of this week. It is a pity to disturb nature so abruptly after its quiet repose through the long winter months. Ellick Hellwanger made the trip to Bounding Billows on important busi ness this week. He heard somebody over there had said something about him, but when he got there they all denied it. Lude Mathewsla has decided that if times get much tighter with him he will have to close his big pants pockets that open at the top, and do all his financiering out of his left hand vest pocket. The Depity Constable and Washington Hocks have been hanging around the moonshine stillhouse on Musket Ridge for several davs. It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. THE Central Record. L.&N. Train Schedule Al Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. No 10: 5:00 a. m. To Maysville. connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville: at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort. Mount Sterling & .r,T-- v -r jzfiua ;- MMSmSmW-!7f-US- uo . oo -- Copyright, 1914, by tw3ftS Panam.i-Paclfl- :i v) (fTv vws: ttSti&WU s;;Sita i ' jyivj! 7rr.ai VVv Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 3:33 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 23; 1U04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexingter: & Cin cinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling c International Exposition Co. portal Is probably the most modem in feeling or any doorway tc of the main group of exhibit pal.u'es. The portal N ImImii in form and treatment but much of the ornamentation N oi more recent origin. The photograph give- no idea or the great ilmien feet In helsht to the tip of the orna sions of this portal, which Is sixty-si- x mentation surmounting the arch. The eagle above the line of pilasters of the portal are six feet in height The Exposition palace are constructed of grayish cream planter in imitation of Travertine marble. THIS - Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 3:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fasr train to Bristol & Atlanta. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OFTHX TWO SHALL FARMS FOR SALE. backacheIs a WARNING People Their Should Kidneys. Not Neglect Portal In South Wall of Palace of Education, Panama-PacifExposition, San Francisco, 1915 NATIONAL ic BANK, 1X0.I One farm contains 15 acres of fine improveland with all new ments hot water heated, hot water in Lancaster kitchen and bath room and one of the OF LAN'CAsTEK. tl3. HI-A- T TheClose ofBusiness Sept 12, 1914 .. ecured and unsecured.. circulation.. . ii'dire Boud-- i securities, etc fixtures Due trcui Natioual Hauks ( riot reser e agetitd Due from State aud 1'rh ate Bauxs and Bankers. Trust Companies, and bavins Banks Due from ai. proved reserve aiteiiis. Checks and other casn items... Votes of other .National Bancs Fractional (aercurreucT.uickes.cts Lawfcl Money Keskrtk Is Ban.;. KKaOUKCKd. . Luaus and dNcoiiuts -- most convenient and best neighborhoods on earth. Price $3200. The other contains 67 acres of soft sandstone land which produces the finest tobacco and corn on earth. 2 barns that will house 6 or 7 acres of tobacco, new 3 room hcuse, and think of the price less than $60 per acre. S. H. Aldridge, Hvattsville Ky. TEACHERS' CONTRACT. A few teachers have not sent in the contracts for this school year. This is to notify all teachers that only those who have their contracts on file can be paid on Oct 10. Please attend to this, teachers. J. Higgins, Supt. TZSMFOLD IVIORE FOR TWE MONEY THAN ANY GARRARD COUNTY'S TOBACCO CROP OTHER SHOW ON EARTH. THE MOST EIMNENT THE EARTH HAS KNOWN IN Indescribable crush of Amazing Gymastic A Multitudinous Overwhelming Acrobatic, Spectacular, Aerial and Equestrian SENSATIONS. A REALIZATION OF THE CIRCUS RNY CENTURY. Estimated At Seven Million Pounds What will doubtless prove to be Gar- HANDSOME INTERNATIONAL AND PANAMA CANAL REGION MAILED EXPOSITION TO ALL INQUIRERS FREE OF CHARGE. PANAMA-PACIFIC BOOK ON HANDSOME book of sixty pages, illustrated profusely In colors and Elvlng detailed descriptions of the Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition to be held In San Francisco from Feb. 20 until Dec. 4. 1915. and of the Panama canal and the canal region, "will be mailed by the Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition free of charge to all inquirers. The booklet Is intended as a general guide to prospective visitors and will also contain information concerning the great engineering at which the Exposition is to celebrate. Write to the Manager, the A reau of Publications. Panama-Pacifi- c International building. San Francisco, for the booklet Exposition, Ex-sltl- InBeautiful Date Palm at the Panama-Pacif- ic ternational Exposition, San Francisco, 1915 f '"V &" '" xfa'l! 1,,'VMvw1 mmmmmm mm mmimm being harvested. Notwithstanding the acreage falls short of the usual amount, the crop is estimated to reach7,000,000. This is caused by the unusual heaviness of the weed, due to the splendid season ffAlSfev experienced since the latter part of July. While the texture may not be equal to that of former years, this fact will be overbalanced by the increase in pounds, and will more than average up the crop when it is brought to market About three out of five of the growers have not a sufficient amount of barn room to care for their crops, and ad ditiohal shed and barn room is being built everywhere, and every available foot of barn room in the county will be utilized to house the bumper crop. Hereford Bull Buyers are talking uncertain markets and low pticjs, and in fact, there is at SEASON 1914. present a gloomy prospect owing to the unsettled state of affairs incident to the war in Europe, but the growers are optimistic and are hoping that condi- Two miles from Lancaster on the tions may undergo a decided change Richmond pike. for the better before times comes to R. E. place their holdings on the market. rard county's banner tobacco crop is Backache is often nature's rrost frequent signal of weakened kidneys. To relieve the pains and aches, to remove the lameness when it arises from weak ened kidneys, you must reach the cause the kidneys. If you have pain thru the small of your back, urinary disorders, headaches, dizzy spells, or are nervous and depressed, start treating the kidneys with a tested kidney remedy. Doan's Kidney Pills have been proved good and are especially for weak kidneys. Doan's have been used in kidney trouble for over 50 years. Here if convincing proof of merit. It comes from this locality. R. C. Faulkner, R F..D. 2. Box 134, Paint Lick Ky., says; "I suffered for some time from a weak back. A dull pain through my loins gave me much trouble. I learned about Doan's Kidney Pills and used them. They soon removed the aches and pains." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Foster-Milbnr- u Mr. Faulkner had. Co., Props. Buffalo N. Y. 0erdraft. IT. . d $n2; S37 O.iiOO Bniuw to r.ooo " 1G.8II 71 IMH 3; JJ i Specie Legal-tende- Til: . IU.iOJ 00 notes Redemption Fund with U.S. Treasurer (5of irciiUtinn). r 2.011 tiu 1.MI1 2.5 M Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid lu 43" : Copyright. 1914. by Panama-Pacif- ic International Exposition Co. THE doorway shown is one of the lesser portals of this palace and the South Gardens and the southern end of the Fine Arts In influence the portal is early Italian renaissance. The twisted fluted Roman columns have been given an eastern flavor by the application of contrasting colors in alternation, applied under the direction of Jules Guerin. director of color of the Exposition. The portal is over feet high. thirty feet In height The outer wall of the palace is sixty-fiv- e $ JO.OjO w . .. . anrnsusiuna Undivided profits. less expenses and S.lrio Tit taxes paid National Bank Notes Outstanding... 50.1 1A 00 Due to other National Banits. . .. 2.U7.' 11 Due to Trii't Companies aud Sa l.'C Individual deposits subject tocbeck. lM.4t X Hills payable. Including obligations M representing money lorrowed.. . Reserved for!Taxe. ! Total $lv3Zt J ks STATEOFKEXTCCKV.COUSTVOrGARKAKD.SS: I. S. C Densy. Cashier of the Entrance to a Vast Exhibit Palace at Panama-PacifExposition at San Francisco In 1915 ic above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is trne to the best of my knowledge and belief. S. (". Denny. Cashier. Subscribed aud sworn to before me thisl'ith day of Sept 1911. W. F. Champ. Notary Public. My Commission expires Jan 22. Uifi. Correct Attest: Alex R. Densy-- i W M Kntnrr- Dtrector. S.II. COC1IRIN. t iisiiiiwii REPORT OF THE CONDITION jJbbWbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbm. Citizens National Bank CNo.23Se. OK LANCASTER. KV AT THE gassyJBMBlBlBSSSBBSBSSSSSSSSSSSSBBSSSSSYBSScfBsjBa A J Close of Business Sept 12, RESOCRCES. 1914- - Registered Service $2.00 Cash. HENRY. BBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBIBBBu 'K ' vbBBSBSBBKBBBEHbBBBBBBHBVB&mBBBBBBv9BBBBsF BBBBBBsf4' DOMESTIC SCIEMC AGRICULTURE AND MANUAL TRAINING To Be Added to Course Of Study In Local School T3 Loans aud discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. a.O t . .V).IX" 00 U. S Bonds to secure circulation. and fixtures T.0CO08 Due from National Banks (not Re. serve Aceutsi 17 tl Due from Mate and Prhate Banks Bankers. Trnst Companies and Zij 25 andSaint;sBanks Due from Approved Resere Agent in Central Reserve Titles 20 91; In other Reserve Cities l.J,lrt 0 13.1S T 112 57 "3he?ksand otnercash items 1 ISO no ifotes of other National Banks Fractional paper currency, nickels .. . 22 22 and cents Lawfcl Money Reserve In Bank, viz: e Specie Legal-tend- K-7- LIVE STOCK MAKKET. CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YAKDS, Bept 10 Hogs Cattle Sheep CATTLE: Shippers 7C0)S SO Batcher steers extra SSjfosOO Good to choice 7 lMt 7 7.1 C 75 Common to fair 4 73 . . 00 uotes I0,"7 ; Redemption fund with U. S. Treas2.500 CO urer (5 per cent of circulation)... S- l Total LIABILITIES. 11 $3ujx 77 Heifers, extra Good to choice Common to fair Cows, extra Good to choice Commou to fair Cannors , . 7R.V&N00 7 25 7 75 475(573 75 5 60:3 3 6oSfio S7.S4-2.&.-- ; 0 40 i:pyrlsht. 1914. by r exposition Co, T HIS beautiful date pars Kaads 'before toe southern facade of the great Palace of Machinery. Through the planting of rare and beautiful shrubs and trees from all parts of the world the ExposlUoxl ground have assumed the appearance of 'a semitroplcal paradise. The local School Board has decided to introduce into the regular course of study at the Lancaster Graded School, Domestic Science, Manual Training and Agriculture. Prof. C. D. Bohanuon of the State University at Lexington, who lectured here last week, has agreed to cooperate with the local faculty and to give them considerable of his time in the establishing of the new departure. Lack of space forbids us going into the details of the proposition in this issue, but Ve nope to be able next week to givp full details of the new" plans. C3"0 !. : Balls balognas . .. Fatlinlln . CALVES: extra Fair to good .... Common and large-.- .. HOGS : good packers and batchers Mixed packers ... Light shippers Figs, (110 lbs and less) SHEEP: extra Good to choice Common to fair dtPfi75 H-3U (10.000 00 Capital stock paid In H.0"0 00 Surplus fund expenses ana Undivided prohts. less Ccpynght. 1914. by I'anaina-PacM- c International exposition Co. .2!1 92 taxes paid Resered for Taxes. .. 111 M) OoO 111 kHIS photograph shows the great western portal or entrance way ot National Bank notes outstanding. 1.SI7 IS National Banks the huge Palace of Food Products. The half dome Is known as the Due to Other and Private Banks and to State Half Dome of Vigor and Is 113 feet In height. Brilliant, riotous colors DueBankers Al CS are employed In the mosaic In the vault of the naif dome, which was Individual deposits subject to check HO.vjl 21 ot deposit payable Time certificates designed by Jules Guerin. America's most celebrated decorative artist. after SO days or after notices of 4,527 0" SO days or longer . Certified Checks including obligations aLbIIIs payable, 40.ncooo representing money Dorrowea J- - 7.". HOXai1;!) " "i 7311 25 SUBSCRIBE FOR jaocoj Total Kentucky. Cocnty or Garrard, ss: State or Stag 5 00 Common to choice heavy fat sows. & 75 S -- 1S9 7 it 2J CO S33as0 ....;.; r5 25S2S ,,,.t,j.;i pS li 2 76 4 50 ,..., S0a 8 10 30 The Central Record. aOj. $1.00 Per Year. . K3W f. Dank, do solemnly swear that the above state mpnt is txnfl to the best of mv knowledge and W. F. Champ. Cashier. belief. b Rnhurrlhrl and iTnrn to before me this ISth. dayof 8ept 19UV J,V.UHllbX.nuurrruuuc. XI y Commission Expires January 33, 191. Correct Attest : St Lrw,i3 L. Vinnnanv. J.'J'.Waliir. Waiiii ) V Directors. --risL "5&& JSC- v. - f,s,..,! it. 'V-- "A HJ-- -