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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 24, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914092401_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 24, 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. A THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELlQWb, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD HOVERNMEN'J. An early frost would have playsd Things are selling cheapat Moores. ICE CREAM SUPPER. havoc with a great deal of the late set tobacco, but Providence has been unThere will be an Ice Cream supper at LIEUT. GOV. EVANS usually kind, and it seems that it is all the Mason school house on Lexington to come in safely. pike on Friday night October 2nd. All IF YOU PLEASE. friends and patrons of the school are In anticipation of an ordiance reThe Louisville Times has the follow quiring the placing of pavements in urged to be present. ing to say about our good friend, Col, certain localities, the property owners Robert Evans of Danville; have taken time by the forelock and OLD CONFED GRANT- Col. Robert G. Evans, the Chester-fieldia- n are putting them down. Danville politician, who is a ED PENSION. State Fair visitor in Louisville, said he Gfoing to be a big crowd here Monday attracted by the circus and county Mr. Starling Payne who resides on also came to the metropolis for the court day. Come down to the Record Back Creek in this county, and who purpose of getting the latest political Showing a full line of Millinery Novelties office and see us, bring us a dollor or was a valiant soldier during the Civil "dope". In the Seelbach Hotel lobby Special display of Tailored Hats. Practical let your name go on our subscribtion War, having espoused the cause of the last night several of Col. Evans' friends books. We are trying our best to give Confederacy, has been granted a pen- urged him to get in the race for the and Stylish. you a good paper and it takes your sion. Mr. Payne is a good citizen and Demscratic nomination for Lieutenant his friends rejoice with him at his Governor. They pointed out that Col. financial support to do this. Evans, being on "Easy Street" finangood fortune. cially, did not need an office with pe BARGAINS. cuniary emolument? and that he could GARRARD COUNTY well maintain the position of Lieuten G DG 3ME Dont fail to read the advertisement ant Governor, an office of great honor of the sale of R. S. Brown's subaiban PRISONERS PAROLED. and dignity, but with very little pay property, elsewhere in this issue. Sale Saturday Oct. 10th. Among the list of paroles recently attached. granted by the Board of Prison Com VERY IMPORTANT BUSINESS missioners and approved by the JOE KELLY GOES WITH Governor, appears the names of Less Mr. R. L. Elkin went over to LexBurton and Allen Jones, both colored, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO ington Tuesday on some very im- and both sent up from this county for portant business connected with the term of from two to five years, the WAREHOUSE COMPANY. advertising department of the Record. former for manslaughter, the latter for Ringling Bros big circus exhibited in detaining a woman. Mr. Joseph P. Kelly has been engagLexington. ed by the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co. to look after their interests OLLIE JAMES INTERESTED SOW WHEAT. in Garrard county. Mr. Kelly will solicit shipments to the Ninth Street Government statisticians are predictIN MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS. House, of which "Jim" Stone is manaing $2.00 wheat for next year and adSenatoi Ollie M. James offers, through ger. vising farmers to sow every acre availThe tobacco jieopl; could not have able this fall. Experts say that the the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, a war will last at least until spring and prize of Fifty Dollars to the teacher secured the services of a more popular that this will insure a good price on who teaches the best moonlight school young man or a better judge of tobacAmerica's bumper crop. Take this this year, the Illiteracy Commission to co. A son of Mr. B. L. Kellv. the un judge it from the result; number en disputed champion tobacco grower of advice farmer. Sow wheat. rolled, average attendence, illiterates Kentucky, Joe himself is an expert taught and general interest. This will raistr and judge of the weed. RETURNS HIS CHECK. be a reward and an honor for some Some one, doubtles the one who took teacher. Let some one in our county JEFFERSON COUNTY the money, returned the check which start a moonlight school and win it. ' was taken from that gentlemens IN THE LEAD IN FORCES trousers pockets at the same time Mr. COULD KILL TWO BIRDS Dave Sanders was relieved of $71. last Enlisted Against Illiteracy. weak. The check was dropped into his WITH ONE STONE. Jefferson county has more volunteers coat pocket at some time unknown to Mr. Sanders. Dave says he wishes all Lewis Landram is making much ado in Kentucky's illiteracy campaign than of it had been in checks. about Ringling Bros, circus in Lexing- any county in the State. Jefferson ton and says he and Mr. W. C. Price county School graduates, one hundred are going over to see it. Now this is and two in number, w.ere the first class GARAGE. home to both of these boys, and they cf common school graduates in the On Monday Sept. 28th the new Ga- are always welcome and meet with a State to volunteer to teach one illiterrage of the Lancaster Motor Car Co, kindly reception, ask Saufley Hughes, ate. Superintendent Orville J. Stivers will open. This garage is located in so why do'nt they just come over here and ninety-fiv- e of his teachers have the new building erected by Mr. Luther Monday and see Sautell's circus. It is volunteered to teach moonlight schools. rlerron on Stanford St. The garage is not quite as big. but just as good as Mrs. Will S. Hays, of Louisville, will modern in every particular, and an ex- Ringlings and they would not get con see active service in the Jefferson pert automobile man in the person of fused trying to watch so many rings at County campaign, as will Mr. J. W Mr. A. V. Douglas of Winchester will once. The animal smell and the red McConathy, who was President of the be in charge. lemonade will be just the same. Come Kentucky Educational Association some over Sunday and see 'em put up the twenty years ago. MEDICINE SHOW ALL WEEK. big tent. Dr, Mann, representing the Andes PROF. CANEER HOLDS Medicine Co. of Cincinnati is in Lan- PROHIBITION FIGHTS TO caster this week advertising the GOOD INSTITUTE remedies put out by that company. Dr. END THIS WEEK. At Warsaw. Mann has with him a trio of negro The next issue of the Record will tell musicians and comedians and gives The Warsaw Independent is loud in free performances on the public square of the result of the various local option every night, which are attracting large battles now being waged in various its praises of Prof. Caneer, Superincrowds, and incidentally assists him in parts of the state.. The principal fights tendent of the local Graded School, and disposing of goodly quantities of his are in Lexington and Maysville, where who recently conducted a teachers In the vote will be taken in both town and stitute at Warsaw. We clip the following: county, and both sides are steadfastly Prof. M. L. Caneer, Supt. of the HE WILL MAKE A GOOD ONE. claiming victory. Winchester, ML Lancaster schools, has been the InJohn W. Walters Jr. has joined Sterling, Georgetown and many other structor at this Institute, and from ex Uncle Sam's force at the local post cities together with their counties, will pressions received from the teachers, also hold elections next week. office, he hevjng been employed by At Somerset under a recent decision he has been an instructor in the real Postmaster Brown to serve as his deputy. sense of the term. For politeness and affability we will of the Court of Appeals, the saloons beec largely devoted His efforts haveto the developventure to say Lancaster will take rank will close out for good and all on October 1st. The outlook is for con- mept of ideas on the part of the teachwith the best of them. Both Posters, themselves, and master Brown and "Miss Dolly" are siderable morejdry territory in Kentucky of these individual in the expression conclusions an in as a result of the ccming contests. politeness personified, while the latest terchange of thought and methods was acqusition is a perfect Chesterfield, obtained that will make for larger useand the patrons of the office are not NOW DOUBTS IF fulness in the work than the mere folonly served cheerfully, but are inlowing of theories as laid down by lecvariably invited to "call again". POLITENESS PAYS. tures or set addresses. It having reached the ears of some 1G n WITH THE BUSY 3G 3 FARMER. of the Danville nimrods that doves There was perhaps never a more pro- were plentiful in certain sections of pitious week for the tobacco grower this county, Messrs W. C. Price, Ad than last, and the farmer took ad- Lanier and Banks Hudson motored over vantage of it to the fullest. The cool last week, and accompanied by Mr. nights with heavy dews added many Saufley Hughes, who was to lead them invites view pounds to the growing crop, and the to the retreat of the game, they headed TALKING ABOUT "THE MILcloudless sky, warm sunshine and a for one of the large hemp fields. Now all that is smart and 111 gentle east wind brought ideal weather has our old friend Mr. Price, who LION DOLLAR MISTERY". for cutting, curing and housing. A seen more winters than he would Do'nt miss the seventh episode of little over one half of the growing crop like to have us mention, is one of the this famous film at the Opera House new in model and is safely housed and is undergoing the best wing shots in Kentucky, and a Friday night. It is attracting world curing process. Every where the sportsman to the core, would not deign wide attention, and is growing in in farmer is compelled to look about him to take a fish save by hook and line or terest. Aside from being of the greatTailored Hats for more barn room and more sticks, to kill a bird save on the wing. How est interest, you stand a chance to win and the farmer who had a ten acre ever, bautley did not know this, and the Ten Thousand Dollars. barn and the season prevented him being nothing if not courteous and po from putting out but eight acres, has lite and having that inborn respect for found that his ten acre barn was well gray hairs, he volunteered to conduct filled by the eight acres. The weed is Mr. Price to tee choicest position of -curing nicely, aud we have heard of no vantage in the vicinity of the prohouse burning or other trouble in cur- posed shooting, which chanced to be a ATTEND CHRISTIAN ing, however in vie w of such a possibility tree near the dove field. He himself Lancaster, Kentucky CHURCH REVIVAL. and in order to cure the weed more with great self sacrifice hieing himself rapidly so as to enable them to put it off to a distant part of the field. PresII The interest taken in the revival at more closely in the barn, many farmer! ently the birds began to make their apare procuring coke and curing more pearance, all flying high and with scant the Christian church is attested by the immense crowds that attend each ser If you want bargains come to the rapidly by the assistance of coke fires opportunity for a shot. They all seem- vice. Last bunday night the house Please hand us that $ in the barns. ed to be heading for Mr. Price's tree. closing out sale at Moores. We have no reason to recede from Looking in that direction and very much was filled to overflowing and at least $15. Suits $7.00 at Moore's. Summer lingering in the lap of our original statement that the county to Mr. Hughes' surprise and disgust, one hundred were turned away. Rev. You should see the $15.00 suits at the autumn. Let her linger the farmers would produce this year seven million as fast as the birds would light, Mr. Roy L. Brown is preaching some splen Fashion Shop, are needing- a lew weeks extens ion of pounds of tobacco, and we are more Price with bis hat and arms waiving did sermons and making friends for bringing many soula s confirmed in this belief when we axe would "shoo" the birds from their himself, besides on ladies and childrens warm weather. to ChrisL shoes, af Moore's. Pay us that dollar before you go to informed by reliable men that a stick resting place, and as they flew would Mr. Paul Arnold, who has charge of the circus, we need the money worse of six plants is weighing seventy five nonchanlantly pick them off as long as the singing, has a voice of unusual Just when-al- l the bova and girls went than the circus there was onejn sight. people, and paid to us pounds. volume and sweetness and is adding off to school, 'long comes a circus. There is no indications as yet as just The consequencw-wa- s that Mr. Price it stays at home. how the market is doing to open up, bagged a nice kill and with little exer very much to the interest of the meet Monday surely will be one big day in ing. He has a special song for each Local hunters have been having good and there is scant probability of any tion while Mr. Hughes, tired and weary, service, the town, county court day and circus day. one on Wednesday evening indication along this line for some time was compelled to return home with a success dove shooting, but the pot being specially suited to hi3 voice, was Hands were never scarcer than at hunters who kiUall they can instead of to .come. The farmer can. only exer leant mess of birds. He has resolved indeed. Services each afterpresent 'fend farmers are offering fancy all they neetLS pill soon deplete, 5the cise 'due diligense in the handling of that in future his dove hunting excur- beautiful2;30 noon at and 7;45 at nighL There his crop, see that it is placed in the sions will be madein company with r, HOCKS, prices for help.- : ? w i. ,1; il v very best possible condition before hunters whom he owes' neither courtesy has been many additiops to the church, both by letter and confession. See prices on Ladies and childrens Big sale every day next week at Ibgag placed upon the breaks, and then as his guests and respects because of fcfefctfr . YMJttfftgtt,!. shoes at Moors. 'vWSHeJi for the best in the way of pice's. their age. Clothing sale Saturday at Moore's, r lillivierv 3ME TWRNTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 24. 1914. NUMBER 25. 3IG 3! jJS MfiMraiLIJEinilS& WE ARE 1 Headquarters FOR tlSHwrnWlmj'J Open ing SEPTEMBER 26th, 1914 we SUPERIOR I3b PIAINT li yW THE L, Mrs Ada KinnaircL WE ARE AND SEED FOR THE AVIDE. WIDE 311 HOOS W Ea WORLD Wheat Drills BUZZARD I. H. C. HEADQUARTERS FOR THE FAMOUS FEED CUTTERS. e and Fairbanks-Mors- Gasoline Engines HASELDEN BROTHERS S Wholesale 2nd Retail HARDWARE. rrrrlMrririTrrlBig Avery Disc jOPJlJlrlilrSllH'rlMi!lfrlSillliE pi zinzzz in Harrow Get our prices be- :c 1L 11 I am now ready with a full line of 1W 7fillinerij aCados Suits Also Wheat Drills and Fer- and Coats to offer to the public at HALF ITS VALUE. I must reduce the stock before November 1st, when I give possession. Call in and give me a chance to show you some bargain!. tilizer. right. LIVE fore you buy. They are and LET LIVE FOLKS R. "" S Brown. :: :: U "" j CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. COMING 1 :iig m EVERYBODY, Vliss Arnold youito EVERYWHERE JlrVy' ABPPrtfe:BaBaWPr'BIBcf'Bam iBBaBFmaarBBBBt JBBmBBV Aw fBHBBtlBV BHm Jais"E-awaWaWaWaH'9l"m- BaBar aBS "9 jwKlrHalte f'ifiJmL iBK a Sept. 2th. LARGE CROWDS Publiciiare. IF1 Saturday, Oct. 3, 1914 The Famous See-price- Coburn's Minstrels -- A AT THE - OPERA HOUSE ?wfc&Js3 jmgjiiv $ - .' Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 24 1914. McCREARY. Miss Bertie Walker i3 very sick with EVERY WOMAN Is Thinking About malaria fever. I i Bro. Morgan filled his appointment at Bethel Sunday. Mrs. Priget is visiting her daughter I ; Mrs. Henrv Yater. Bro. Wearen will preach at Antioch Sunday and Sunday night. 4w5. the New Suit, Dress or Coat She Wants For This Season. & Better CALUMET BAKING POWDER COsts Less Bakes ! Remember the christian Endeavor every Thursday night at new Antioch. A crowd of the Endeavor girls boys stormed Miss Bessie Layton and last Wooltex Suits and Coats were Never So Hand Friday night. time. They reported a nice of The many friends and relatives dinner. They to be merry. U Mrs Jame3 Prather surprised her last Sunday on her 48 birthday with a nice I some as Now. This is a season of freedom to the designer and many strikingly beautiful garments have been devel-ope- n along different lines, giving more variety than usual in shapes and enabling every woman to get a new style garment to suit her particular figure. The Wooltex Guarantee insures the purchaser that the good looks and good shape will last and that the garment will give two seasons of satisfactory wear. Be sure and pay a visit of inspection and see the Wooltex coats and suits before buying. We have the exclusive agency for Wooltex garments for the counties of Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln and Mercer and show their complete line. $25, $27.50. $30, $32.00, $35, $40, $45 AND $50. In a stock as large and comprehensive as ours we cannot confine ourselves entirely to one maker and in addition to the great line of Wooltex Suits and Coats, we carry a great assortment of Suits and Coats made by the most representative Tailors in New York. PRICES OF WOOLTEX SUITS PRICES $15. $17.50. $19.50. $25, $30, $35, $40. $45 AND ate, drank and seemed ECONOMY It insureswholesome that's one ,liin" yu nre loosing inr in mese ciays ALU! food-unifor- raly Diarrhoea Quickly Curd. "My attention was first called to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as much as twelve years ago. At that time I vas seriously ili with summer complaint One dose of this remedy checked the trouble," writes Mrs. C. W. Florence, Rockfield, Ind. For sale by all dealers. l-- raised food. food.tasty Calumet is made rteht to sell right to bake right. Ask one of the millions of women who use it or ask your grocer. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Purs Food Exposition, Chicago. Pari Exposition, France, March, 1912. 111. of high living cost Calumet insures a wonder ful saving in your baking. But it does more. .5 'It.v.mrJ.. .. eiMial-- tn !.. ... 1 wUleio-i- 1m m t titvaa fcet rente. GJntt laLisff MwJer. is fr MnIeL Dltpcrior to mu- By Cftlu m4. ' sulk m4 PUBLIC SALE! I will on J WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 30, 1914, $50. of excellence in Women's wraps and their is just as marked in their styles for this season. Nearly always a full season ahead of rival makers. Each one guaranteed for full two seasons satisfaction and prices no more than other makers. pre-eminence WOOLTEX COATS have for years been the standard PRICES, $15. $17.50. $20. $25, $27.50, $30 AND UP I One Piece Dresses we show in a very great variety of materials, styles and prices. We are makirga grat "hit" with our line of silk dresses at $15. S18, ?1950 arel ?23 50. The materials are Satins. Charrr.euse. Creres and Crepe Meteors of best quality. In an advertisement of a stock of garments such as we carry consisting of thousands cf items it is impossible to ever attempt any description all oi r uheniMiMM in.cmts ;o is en urgent invitation to jcu to ccir.e and see our merchandise. We know we have the cream of the season's styies to show you and we know our merchandise is the eiy test prices as low as possible for reliable garments and O'CLOCK A. M. SHARP Sell at public auction my farm located three miles from Danville on the Lex ington pike containing 85 acres. This place is well improved. Buildings are comparatively new. Residence contains nine rooms. There is a fine barn and all other necessary outbuildings. Good cistern at kitchen door. Water works with hydrant at the door and a hydrant in the barn. AI30 at same time and place will sell to the highest bidder my scock, crop and farming implements, consisting of two pairs of work mules, one large heavy farm horse, one driving mare eignt years 01a, gentle for lady, some good Jersey milk cows, some nice stock hogs, forty acres of corn, four acres of tobacco; quantity baled straw and oati, farming implements, two buggies and harness, work gear, plows and wagons, Merms reasoname ana made Known on day of sale. H. B. PEEL, Danville, Ky, Capt. T. D. English, Auctioneer. 10 AT Jr3 uL I FSfSSTiii PJ?" IWiSlLt' body, sash a PRr Mr is lines well built along and trim, A HOUSE with whitethe Coloniallighter green. painted roof with blinds green, and The paint should be the lasting, smooth wearing, weather-prokind that's made of of Phoenix White Lead. ,Dutch Boy Painter Trade Mark and pure linseed oil, tinted as desired. Other color schemes to suit your requirements are possible with the same durable materials. Come in and consult us about paint for your house and to get your copy of a most interesting and instructive book "The Owner's Paint Guide." R. E. McROBERTS. GARRARD COUNTY FISCAL COURT i I fl. B. ROBERTSON & BRO DANVILLE, .STANFORD. August Special Term, August 22, 1914, QTbetoreCPiatlusooItocKENTucKY (Poats gvtes at gkxvts J classic the lransylvama, carded lor Thursday, the 8tb, the biggest, fastest and most evenly matched field that Mrs. J. F. Holdani left last week for "Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartley attended Muskogee. Okla where she will spend BAROMETER IS GONE. ever came to the post in this historic tlie State Fair last week. race will be seen. the winter with her sister Mrs. William GLASGOW, Ky., Sept. These are but a few of the star events Miss Martha McClary has returned to Morris. famous old peafowl at Barren and in the program. I'MRewood Pa. where she will teach. Special round trip Miss Elizabeth Higgins left last J Metcalfe-co- s, is dead at the age of 135 rate of one fare plus 25c from Ken Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Muncie, of near week for the College of music at Cin years. Peafowls are long-live- d birds. tucky points has been secured. Waynesburp were in town Monday. cinnati, where she will take voice. They have been known to reach 200 Mrs. Will Soden, of New York, City, This is her second year there. years COL. KENJOCKETY. Mrs, J. R. Beazlev and attractive is tne RUest of Mrs. George DeBorde. In 1795 this particular peafowl was Mrs. Jesse D. Wearen and Mrs. J. E little son. of Jacksonville. Fla,, have brought to the wilderness of Kentucky If the question is asked why Sig. returned home after a visit to her sister from Fauquier-co- ., Va., by Col. Horatio Sautelle's Nine Big Shows are heraldliuck have returned home from Mrs. T. M. Bruce. Ttiompson, kinsman of C. W. Thomp- ing a Wild West as an attraction this season, let this be the answer; The Mis. 4. W. Hayden. of Paris, is thel Miss Sophrnnia Fox, who was one rf son, Sulphur Wells, Ky. The old bird lived on the sam; farm great caterer to the people's welfare idlest of her mother Mrs. Permelia the best teachers in the Stanford Graded School left recently for Fort Thpmas for almost a century. He roosted on a knows that variety is the nutmeg of Hrown. certain limb of a giant oak and his existence. The times require "some E. McKinney left Tuesday where she will teach this year. Miss Mary where she will take a course in D and Mrs. Eliza Coffey, Arthur Coffey, loud voice was a barometer for the thing different." Novelty is the keyIn the summer his note of happiness. Hence. Indians, cow Miss Margery Cocking, of McKinney, neighborhood. I), work. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jacobs, Misses screams were dariger signals for com- boys and cowgirls (prettiest and chirk-ies- t) and Mrs. S C. Denny of LanAir. ing storms; m the winter they uner; the atmosphere of the forests. caster were here Sunday with relatives Martha Sacray, Jean Patrick and Verna ringly presaged snowstorms and sleet. And these, greatest of all. headed bv Rout composed a jolly crowd to High and friends. Four of his owners of different genera- Col. Kenjockety. Biidge Sunday. This King of the Miss Vera Totten of Lebanon, has tion passed away. VVildwood and Overlord of the Plains is The marriage of Miss Mary Morrison been the Ruest of her sister, Mrs. The history of this bird shows that he "the real thing." too. Unlike manv Matheny and Morrison Bright took was a Walter Jones. when assumed wild ones that are faking Mi. Jennie Wearen is at home after place here Wednesday afternoon at the" George Washington was President, and around the country in dirty tents, pren visit to her son. W. B. Wearen and home of Rev. D. M. Walker. The bride thus lived under every President of the suming on the gullibility of the public is the attractive daughter of Mr, and United States. wife of Russellville. to palm themselves off as Indian-slaverMrs. Will Matheny while the groom is The bird was old when Napoleon Col Kenjockety has a record of Mr. and Mrs W. W. Saunders have the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Bonaparte was a Corporal. He was bravery, of Indian fighting, where taken rooms with Mrs. Mollie Nunnellev Bright. older than the State of Kentucky. His fierce tomahawks swing and scalping on Lancaster street. Miss Ruth Muncie, daughter of Mr. body was buried near Peafowl School knives circled, and the penalty of capMrs. Joe Rice has returned home after a visit to her sitter Mrs. G. W. and Mrs. A. C. Munsie. near Waynes-bur- house, which was named in his honor. ture meant the fire and stake. was united in marriage to Mr. He has battled the redskins in their Moore at Portlan Tenn. Andrew Gooch, of Goochtown, near native heath; he is a master of wood-scaf- t; Mrs. R. M. Newland and children King's THE LEXINGTON TROTS, Mountain, last Saturday at the he is"the bravest of the brave;" are Che guests of her parents Mr. and home of her parents, in the presence of On Monday, Oct. 5, the Great Fall he is the genuine article, in fact, he is iMrs, Etkin at Louisville. a number of friends and loved ones. Trots open at Lexington and continu'e in charge of the realistic and lurid secMr. and Mrs. Russel P. Brown, of The wedding party was entertained ten days. The high standard of the tion of the Nine Big Shows. Lancaster were the guests of Dr. and afterward with a delightful dinner by Kentucky Grand Circuit .Meeting will The Indians and wild west features Mrs. E. P. Brown receutly. Mr. and Mrs. Muncie. Rev. J. A. be more than maintained in every he captains are real habitants of fields Spalding Hill and James Cooper left Singleton said the words which made detail. The card contains 33 races. and forests. This feature of the last week for Washington and Lee Uni them one, and they have the best wish- The program aggregates $85,000. The Shows will be shown in rings and on versity at Lexington, Va. es of a host of friends for a long and races run in value from $1,000 to $14,-00- hipprodrome track. This Wild West Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McRoberts, of happy life. novelty is "the trimmings" of the "Lancaster were here the guests of Mr. On Monday the eighteenth renewel Circus, Menagerie and Hipprodrome Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Mrs. H. J. McRoberts Sunday, of the W alnut Hall Cup, for 2:12 trot- the crested coloring of . an interesting ters June 1, will be contested. t$tr. and. Mrs. J. H. Woner have It is picture of magnificient realistic paintDiarrhoea Rkmedy. .' becond in interest only to the Transyl- ing. after a visit to her sister. Mrs. "I advised the 'boys' when they vania. On Tuesdey, the 6th, the Will vi3it Lancaster, Monday Sept. James Mershon at Lebanon Junction. enlisted for the Spanish war to take j twenty second Kentucky 28th. Meadames E. T. Pence Sr., J. H. Wright and Harry Hill are the guest Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and rutunty will be raced. It will be the BOOKKEEPING Diarrhoea Remedy at Mrs. W. J. Dozier at Jackson, Miss. have received many with them, and fastest race ever Witnessed between Bsslness.Pfaeiwgraphy thanks for the colts and perhaps between TYPEWRITING and Mrs. J. C Reynold and bady returned advice given;" writes writes J. H. trotters of any age. On Wednesday TELEGRAPHY tome Monday after a visit to her parents Houghland, Ildon Iowa. "No person the big Free-for-a-ll Pace will be the fife and Mrs. Frank Smith at Maysville whether traveling or at home should be star attraction. In this race and also WILIUR R. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEIE Iaoarpantgdni&iMaatoCaaaatiilCoIlagtolIy.VBlniritj bu ran of ipertenco in mrcntn Mrs. Sue Bright Yeager, who ha8 without this grat remedy." For ala in the Kentucky Futurity World's Iti President basinaaa, !o 33 ud bankingand women for inccMf. educating 10,000 Tt SJEnter jronng men &en the guests of her sister, Mrs. J. by all dealers. records will be made. In the great AddnnWIUVI B. SMITH, lAxlagtoa, now. K. I E Johnston home. at Pittsburg, Pa., is PEAFOWL 135 DEAD; s. g, 0. l-- Bond Election to Repair Court House called. The question being under the consideration of the Fiscal Court concern ing the condition of the Garrard County Court House, the vaults of the same containing the Public Records, the con ditionof the different Court Rooms and the various office rooms in the Court House and the question 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 departments need repairing and in many respects remodeling and it is the opinion of the court that the sum of $15,000.00 should be appropriated for the purpose of said work as herein after specifically set out, and the said Fiscal Court hereby suggests that said appropriation be made and does hereby recommend the same, that is that the sum of $15,000.00, be appropriated foi the purpose of remodeling, repairing and the two vaults and changing the location of the same in the Court House if necessary for remodeling the cupola if found to De neccessary; for remodeling and repairing the Circuit Court Room and remodeling, repairing, and over hauling the Court House for the purpose of making :t neat ana comfortable and to put in the same a system of heating and to put water from the Lancaster Water Works in the same. It is therefore "ordered and adjudged by the Fiscal Court of Garrard County ft.entucKy mat at me Keguiar Election to be held in Garrard County on the third day of November 1914 an election shall beheld and a poll shall be opened at which all legal voters in Garrard County snan oe privileged xo voie on we question; "Are you in favor of issuing bonds, for the purpose of remodeling and repairing the Court House of Garrard County Kentucky, for a sum not exceeding $15,000.00." It is further ordered that an election be held and polls be opened at all the voting precincts in Garrard county and tne anerm oi uarrara county De and he is hereby directed to advertise said election and the objects thereof, for at least 30 days next before thereof, in the Central Record, it being the news paper having the largest circulation in said County, and further advertise the same by printed hand bills, posted up at or not less than four public places in each voting precinct in Garrard County and also at the Court House door, the Clerk of the Court is ordered to furnish a certified copy of the order to said Sheriff. It is further ordered that if the vote hereby ordered is in favor of said bond issue, then the Fiscal Court will in obedience to said vote and under Chapter 52 Article 4 Kentucky Statutes and the other Statutes relating to this subject issue bonds in any sum not exceeding $15,000.00, for the purpose of repairing and remodeling the Court House of Garrard County Kentucky and to be issued upon such terms as to time of payment and to payment of interest and sale of Bonds as the Court in its discretion may deem best,but the bonds are not to be sold for less than their face value or bear interest at a greater rate than six per cent interest per annum from date until paid. A true copy. attest J. W. Hamilton, Clerk Garrard County Court C. A. Robinson, Sheriff of Garrard Co. over-hauli- 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. ipPPi H i PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. International Harvester Manure Spreaders tlm&mh&QJrBtirtt ma--nure spreaders have a score of good features in their construction. Each one is the result of careful field experiment. TielHCLmfl CIAIH AND HAT MACHINE TNTERNATIONAL Harvester HmsWs, IUvwi tttkm. Sladura HajrPrMM COIN MACHDK3 fkmsttn, Fkktn KvUsim Eadbft Bain. SUUn. Siniimt TULACI CsJtan UMn 5'DUlCrrm Ctttnten 01 irmcMr GZNIKAL IfllX u4 Cu lactaa Cnui fepantan TsmWn CnfcDrifc FwtGrbtW TwiM rims and logs, insuring good traction under all conditions. Frame, wheels, and ail driving parts are of steel. Apron tension is adjusted by a simple device. . Winding of the beater is prevented by large diameter, and beater teeth are strdng, square and International manure spreaders are built in several styles and sizes, low or high, endless or return apron, for small farms or large. Examination will show sturdiness of construction in every detail. Repairs, if ever needed, may always be had of the local dealer. Examine International spreaders at the dealer's. We will tell you who sells them, and wo will sead you interesting catalogues. chisel-pointe- An I H C spreader is low enough for easy loading, yet it has plenty of clearance underneath. The rear axle is well under the load, rear wheels have wida Iitenutioial Hamster Company of America fllfi New Albany iiacmenuA) McCmtck MiiJii (Mm Ind. Pin J !! -- .' The Central Record, Thursday Sept 24, 1914 KENTDCKIAN ESCAPES OPERATION SUNDAY Lesson XIII. Mr. Burnett Says Wonderful Treatment 4 JCHOOL LOCAL SCHOOL BY USING MAYR STOMACH REMEDY Such letters come from all parts of the country. This remedy is known everywhere for its remarkable results. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy clears the digestive tract of mucoid acIt cretions and poisonous matter. brings swift relief to sufferers from ailments of the stomach, liver and bowels. Many declare it has saved them from dangerous operations and many are sure it has saved their lives. Because of the remarkable success of this remedy there are many imitators, so be cautious. Be sure it's MAYR'S. Go to R. E. McRobert's drug store and ask about the wonderful results it has been accomplishing in cases they know about or send to Geo. H. Mayr, Mfg. Whiting St.. Chicago Chemist, III., for free book on stomach ailments and many grateful letters from people who have been restored. Any druggist can tell you its wonderful results. 154-15- G TRUSTEES TARE LONG STRIDE In Right Direction. Third Quarter, For Sept. 27, 1914. SERIES. 14-2- Saved His Life With Few Doses. THE INTERNATIONAL Horace Burnett of Somerset was a sufferer from Stomach disorders for a lonji time. His condition became highly ferious and he feared an operation. He took Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy and got swift results. In a letter telling eis experience he wrote: "Your treatment has certainly helped me wonderfully. I took my fifth dose last night and it brought good results. I have one more dose to take and I think I will be well. Your tonic is wonderful. I can eat anything now that I want to. 1 car. never get thru thanking you for your medicine, for I know it saved my life, for I have tried all the doctors and they said I would have to be operated on " K, It was indeed a splendid inspiration that induced the trustees arfd faculty of the local school school to introduce the splendid new features which are about to be introduced in the local school, and one for which they will receive the thanks of the patrons, both now and in the next generation. Though it seldom occurs to the average person, it is nevertheless a fact, that there are youthful minds that positively will not take to an education, it is absolutely impossible to teach them anything from a book, thev will make absolutely no effort in that direction. Oftentimes such pupils take to manual training like a duck does to water, and the result is that they are given the next best thing to an education, they are given the rudiments of a useful trade, something that will enable them in after life to earn a livelihood for themselves and those who are dependent upon,them. It is not proposed to install the entire course, domestic science, agricul ture and manuel training, at once, this would be impossible, but gradually the work will be increased, until within a very few years the entire course mentioned will be taught in detail, just the same as any other course will be taught in the school. For the present there will be plain sewing and fancy work for the girls, and the rudiments of carpentry and agriculture for the boys, and gradually the scope of this work wilt be enlarged until a large class in sewing, cooking and all branches of domestic science and the higher branch' es of carpentrv and architecture, and practical farming will be taught. The hum of the sewing machine will te heard, the aroma of dainty dishes in course of construction on the range will meet the nostrils, and the sound of the saw and hammer will be ever present, and the. young ladies will be instructing their mothers in the art culinary, while the boy will be advising his father as to the best and most economic method for cultivating the farm. But all this costs money. Yes of course, what of advantage pray may we have in this world that does not cost money? We pay school taxes that our children may be educated, and what better education could a child have than to teach him something that will enable him or her to be of some use in the years to come? In all the large schools, both public and private, these lines are being introduced ,and are being met with a hearty reception. The trustees have agreed to furnish what is necessary in the way of tools and 'iecessarv paraphernalia, also to provide rooms for the classes, and for the present the faculty together with considerably assistance which Prof. Bohannan has promised them, the latter without cost, will be able to handle the newly installed work, but gradually as the work is installed to its fullest and the classes grow in size, additional teachers will have to be employed to teach these particular branches. One great advantage of the new departure is that it will not be confined solely to the higher grades. All will have an opportunity to take the new course, which while it has not yet been fully decided, but it is thought will begin along about the third or fourth grade. Have you ever visited the Lancaster School sirce it has been in the new building? It not you should go at once. It is a revelation in the way of a mod ern school, and you as a patron should see it. You are always welcome, go and see how your child is getting along. 1 Text of the Lesson, John iii, (Quarterly Review) Golden Text, Rev. iii, 11 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. V a ft H'mirNtrnntrHfnTiT.s vwWJ.vmcw Good Wheat. --& m ci Lessor I. The Laborers in the Vineyard, Matt, xx, Golden Text, Matt v," Ao, "He maketli His sun to rise on the evil and the good and send-et- h rain on the just and the unjust" lie compares His people Israel to a vineyard in Isa. v and is grieved because they disappoint Him in the matter of fruit. Here It Is a question of labor and reward. Many are mere hirelings and serve Him for so much. Better leave it all to Him. lksso.v II. Greatness Through Service, Mark x, Golden Text, Mark x, 45, "The Son of Man also came not to be ministered unto, but to minister and to give His life a ransom for many." While lie talked of suffering they thought only of position in His Kingdom. When Peter asked Him not to think of suffering He said that savored of man and Satan, not of God (Matt xvi, 23). Let us lay it well to 32-4- w W. Page 3 SALE will on OF Having decided to change my business, FARM. I THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1st, M4 heart 40-3- Clean Milling. I ' I I No Blend. fmunKttmfi No Bleach. I If Bleached and Blended Flour questions your health, why take a chance? Use 9 GLEN LILY and be safe. Garrard 1 Save Milling Go. I i Your House and Money your house with ,. i r I 1 -- paint mat is elastic, (jiiiiuuiiig, ing. Paint made from Weather-pro- of , . lust- Phoenix White Lead (Dutch Boy Painter Trade Mark) and pure linseed oil will protect your house arid saye repair bills because it has-- those qualities. It will beautify your home, for it can be tinted to suit your taste and your house's surroundings. Our Owner' Painting Guide will help ou .in color selections, besides giving many punt truths. Get your copy now ib.b.ttj.iuiorniGS P- I.esso.v III. Blind Bartimaeus, Mark x. Golden Text Isa. xxxv, 5, 0, "Then the eyes of the blind shall be opened, and the ears of the deaf shall be unstopped." The blind man realized his need and his opportunity and would not be quieted. Such persever(!) ance wins, and lie was heard and answered and followed Jesus in the way. More requests would be granted if He could see like results. T.ksiov IV. The Pounds and the Talents, Luke xix. Matt, xxv, Golden Text, Matt, xxv, 21, "Well done, good and falthfiri servant; enter :i thou into the joy of thy Lord." Saved by grace in order to work and then rewarded according to our works. Ills word to eat-- is, "Occupy till I come." He gives opportunities, works in us and through us and ghes us the credit of It. Lessox V. The Triumphal Lntry, Mark xi. Golden Te.t, Zech. ix, 9, "Itejoiee greatly, O daughter of Zion. Behold, thy King comet h unto thee." All that has ever been written concerning Him inu- -t be fulfilled (Luke xxlv, 44) and as literally as was this prediction. Literal, unless plainly a figure, is the only way to read the Bible, and we shall always find everything just as He s.ild or as it is wi n (Luke xix, 32: xxil, 13). Lfssov VI. The Barren Tig Tree, Mark xi, Golden Text, Matt vii, 20. "By their fruits ye shall know them." The apparent loyalty to Him of the last lesson was not real. They were, like the fig tree, all leaves, no fruit: all outward. Iutead of prayer communion with God, It was merchandise even in the house of prayer. Their need and ours was faith In God without doubting. Ltsov VII. The Wicked Husbandmen. Matt. xxi. Golden Text, Matt, xxl, 42. "The stone which the builders rejected, the same was made the head of the corner." This is another vineyard tory, but this time it is a question of fruit for the owner, of which Ills servants are ill treated and Ills own son slain. But the rejected Son will yet be the accepted Messiah at the end of this age. Lisso.v VIII. The Weddding IVast Matt, xxii, Golden Tot. I.ukexili. 34 'Oh Jerusalem. Jerusalem. how often would I. and ye Hicild not:' The lemons of this portion are somewhat similar to the last a slighted and despised invitation, with Ml treatment of the messengers and the -- elf righteous presumption of one who would not accept a wedding garment Kfrywhere and at all times it is the same story of man's enmity to God 11-214-312-233-4d 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 highest and best 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. 0. King1, Lancaster, Ky. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. Illll OF SALE (Ihini. viii. 7. S). Ml? Kentucky Drills. Will sow accurately any seed from the smallest flax see to the largest cow pea. B JlHHl3SHE8BH0HflBBSiSSh!SSBFm2E VHX 11 All Kentucky Drills have the immense advantage of the low hitch, it has also a general purpose disk, being especially good in hard ground, crusty tougb soil, unplowed stubble or root land. Equipped One of the best frame dwellings in the county and in excellent repair. Splendid cistern at the door. I will sell the above in two tracts of with chilled bearings which are simple and durable, drag bars of heavy about an equal amount, and then as a whole, the way bringing the most monhigh carbon steel, built of the best material throughout. Get our price ey will be accepted. Chamberlain's Liniment. d TERMS cash, balance on and don't experiment with some new thing. Get the Standard of If you are ever troubled with aches, terms to suit purchaser. Possession Drills, the KENTUCKY. pains or soreness of the muscles, you given January 1, 1915, with privilege will appreciate the good qualities of of cultivating prior to that time. For particulars address Chamberlain's Liniment Many sufferers from rheumatism and sciatica M. F. ENRIGHT, have used it with the best results. It is especially valuable for lumbago and Phone 91-Richmond, Ky. Ky. lame back. For sale by all dealers. Long Tom Chenault, Auct One-thir- Pay of Questions. Golden Text, Matt xxii. 21, "Bender therefore unto Caesar the things that are Cnesir's and unto God the things that are God's." The iiiis.iii1 bear the image of this world ind Its god pnd ran only render serv lie to him. The sacd ones bear the image of God and are epivted to serte the Living and Tine God. living onlv f please Him and desiring only His ipproval. Lrssov X. The Great Command4 Golden Text. ments. Mark xii. Luke . 27, "Thou shalt loe the Loid thy God with all thy heart. imd tir. neighbor as thyseif. It Is never i question of our keeping the law. which is intended to show us our guilt j ml is too holy for sinful man tp keep, but the oi'e great question for us is. What think je of ClirKtV What is jur i elation to HimJ Is our all fully ueliied to IllmV Li s.so XL The Ten Virgins, Matt Golden Te.t Matt. .v, 13, Wntt h. therefore, for we know not the lav nor the hour" As e saw In our 'esson. this probably refers to Israel at the time of the return of Christ with His ehurch after the marriage of the Lamb, but the message for eacn believer is to see that our lamp is filled, well trimmed and always burning. Lkssox XII. The Judgment of the Golden Text nations. Matt xxv. 0. Matt, xxv, 45, "Inasmuch a- ye did it not unto one of these least ye did it not unto me." Salvation depends upon j'li union with Christ, and all else depends upon our understanding of our oneness with Him. We must see ourselves. If we are redeemed, as sharing His throne and His glory. Then we shall never wonder if we are either sheep or goats'ln Matt xxv. A Lhssov IX. 15-2- Matt xxli. Farm, Stock and Implements Having decided to move West, I will on, CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. 13 71-- Kind You Have Always Bought 3ars the Signature of CayfMCs. 2S-4- BLUE GRASS FARM SATURDAY, SEPT. 26, FOR SALE ON Thursday, October 8th at Kentucky. 10 o'clock a. m. I will offer for sale at public outcry one of the best Blue Grass farms in 294 Acres All in Grass. Land will produce Tobacco, Corn, Wheat Hemp or any other crop. Well fenced and well watered, four natural springs and one fine pond on the place. Farm is never without an abundance of water Locust posts on the place enough to amply take care of it. Young orchard now bearing. Farm is 2$ miles from Richmond on good pike and in splendid neighborhood with schools and churches convenient. Twelve Roam Dwelling On The Place. 31-1- beginning at ten o'clock, sell at Public auction my farm consisting of 172 acres situated on the Gillispie pike, 11-- 2 miles west of Lowell. All good land, well fenced, well watered, good six room residence and good tenant house. Three tobacco barns which will house 27 acres of tobacco, one stock barn and all the necessary outbuildings. I will also sell at the same time the following: One of the best Jacks in Kentucky, 5 years old, pedigree given on day of sale .1 German 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 JJaler, Mower, Rake, Cultivators, Plows, and other implements too numerous to mention... Terms made known on day of sale. five-year-o- ld eight-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld Becker, Ballard & Co BRYANTSV1LLE. - Thos. p. King1, Am. Bourne, Auct, 14&W ' PHONE 27. 5. Paint Lick, Ky ., R. F. D. 3. r. Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 2 BACKACHE IS A WARNING Acute Indigestion. 1914. J Distinctive IN Models Fall XvlKX3KyHiif&- - HITS DEMAND THAT RESPOND TO YOUR INDIVIDUAL $2.00 TO S? .7l7 - Crofut & Knapp, J. 5- Stetson Hdwes Von Gal We Fit Your Face as Well as Your Head. Sr Urail STORE FOR QUALITY. who wiU be glad to see his Garrard County friends. DANVILLE, KY. We have secured the service of IV!r. T. K. Watson k HEND ; . To have your Vehicles and Autos Repaired and Painted for the Winter before the rush, and be ready. e are Thoroughly Prepare d equipment to make repairs in the best possible manner. Our Painting department is unsurpassed. We give our personal attention to every joD and guarantee you perfect satisfaction. FULL STOCK OF NEW VEHICLES OF ALL VARIETIES We can save you money on all kinds of vehicles and will appreciate a call from you. I! With every modern "I was annoyed for over a year by attacks of acute indigestion, followed ' by constipation," writes Mrs. M. J. Gallagher. Geneva, N. Y. ''I tried everything that was recommended to Lancaster People Should Not Neglect me for this complaint but nothing did me much good until about four , Their Kidneys. months ago I saw Chamberlain's Tablets , advertised and procured a bottle of , Uackache is often nature's rrost fre them from our druggist. I soon realiz quent signal of weakened kidneys. To ed that I had gotten the right thing for j relieve the pains and aches, to remove , they helped me at once. Since taking the lameness when it arises from weak two bottles of them I can eat heartily you must reach the cause ' ened kidneys, without any bad effects." Sold by all the kidneys. If you have pain thru dealers. the small of your back, urinary disor ders, headaches, dizzy spells, or are nervous and depressed, start treating the kidneys with a tested kidney MARKETremedy. 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, K F. D. 2, Box 134, COLONEL DAN W. PEED SAYS Paint Lick Ky., says; "I suffered for " some time from a weak back. , A dull 1914 YIELD IS ABOVE pain through my loins gave me much trouble. I learned about Doan's KidTHE AVERAGE. ney Pills and used them. They soon removed the aches and pains." Moderation in the marketing of the Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get 1914 crop of Burley- - tobacco as a re Doan's Kidnev Pills the same that sult of the tightness of the money marFoster-Milbnr- u ket, is the advice of Colonel Dan W. Mr. Faulkner had. n Peed, the Co., Props. Buffalo N. Y. tobacco broker of Paris who will have his interests at Lexington with the opening of the i,h:k. 1914 loose leaf sales. Colonel Peed was at the Phoenix Hotel yesterday Mr. John Hisle spent the past week and said: in Louisville. "Just now the country is face to Mr. Carlos Hedrick spent th past face with a tight money market due to the European war. When the time t week in Louisville. Mr J. Wade Walker took in the comes to market the tobacco crop this condition may change for the better. State Fair last week. Mrs. Woods Walker and son Edwin, it can't get any worse. "The manufacturers will want the spent Tuesday in Danville. tobacco, as their supply treasured Mr. R. G. Woods was in Louisville from last yeai; is due to run short bethe past week for the fair. fore another crop caa be grown. If Miss Elizabeth Eldridge left Monday the manufacturers encounter much difto enter State College at Lexington. ficulty in negotiation their paper for .Mrs. W. F. Parks and Miss Jessie loans to move the crop, then the farm have returned from a stay in Louisville. er must share in the policy of carryRev. Charles Martin conducted ser- ing the crop. I mean by this that he vices at Walnutta Sunday morning and must not rush his entire crop on the market, but send in a load at a time. evening. When asked if in his opinion the Miss Mattie Woods left the past week government would come to the aid of to enter school for the year at Madison the tobacco growers as it did the wheat Institute. and cotton growers by placing at the Mr. Jim Harve Ralston leftThursday disposal of banks throughout the Bur-le- y iur iouisvine wnere ne will enter a district monej with which to aid business college. the situation. Colonel Peed said: Mrs. Robert Conn has returned from "Such a policy would help the situaa visit to Lancaster, Stanford and Dan tion decidedly, because if the farmer ville relatives. didn't care to plac his tobacco on Dr. M. K. Denny and son Beattie, of the market he could at least borrow Lancaster were the guests of relatives money, pledging his crop as collateral." here Wednesday. Colonel Peed was asked to express I will vay the highest cash prices for an opinion about the crop as it now stands in the field, and said: all kinds of produce. " "Bourbon. Fayette. Clark. Mont0. V. F. Parks. It. gomery, Woodford. Scott and portions Rev. and Mrs. Charles Marten of Bowling Green Fia. are the guests of of Nicholas. Harrison and Jessamine counties have produced the largest Mrs. Elizabeth Patrick. crop of tobacco ever grown. Bourbon Mr. E. H. Walker and daughters, County has its banner crop, a crop went to Danville Saturday to attend that will weigh out more than 10,000,- of Dr. L. H. Blanton. the funeral 000 pounds. Mr. Conn Asher, Dr. W. L. Carmen The increase in those counties will and Dr. H. L. Patrick left Monday for meet the loss in Bath, Robertson, Pen a fishing trip on Rockcastle river. dleton, Bracken. Spencer. Anderson Messrs Harry McWhorter and Roy and other districts caused- - by a de Estridge and Misses Doeia Metcalf and creased acreage and a noor stand, and Mary D. Beck motored to High Bridgi make the total production equal to that of last year." Monday. "The weather," Colonel Peed said, Misses Mary D. and Margaret Lynn "is ideal for cutting and housing the Beck of McKinney are the attractive guests of Miss;s ''ocia and Christine crop now. but the weather is an important factor and things could change Metcalf. rapidly within less than a week."- - LexT? M Mrs. Kate Peyton and Mrs. ington Herald. Adams and son Julian of Lexington were the guests of Mrs. 4. Wade Wal ker the past week. Miss Sallie Woods entertained infor mally Monday evening for the Misses HOW TO BEAUTIFY THE HAIR Beck who are the attractive guests of A Simple and Inexpensive Home Method. the Misses Metcalf. 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Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. sEl I I j K j CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. M 1' BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD GARS Effective frcm August 1. 1914 to August 1. 1913 and guaranteed against any reduction durirs that time TOURING CAR RUNABOUT TOWN CAR V pgSpKqggggy itfll 61 le, S4S0. S440. S690. i ni - (In tin 1'iit'ert O.K. Drtruir a. I -- ir f.i..y .,n pi-- '! Amcriua..tatr Further, we will be aide to obtain the maximum efficiency in our factory production, and the minimum cost in our purchasing and sales departments if we can reach an output of 300.000 cars between the above dates. And should we reach this production, we agree to pay as the buyer's share from ?40 to SCO ptr car (on or about August 1. 1915) to everv retail bujer who purchases a new Foid car between August 1. 1914 and August 1, 1913. For further particulars regarding these low prices g plan see Madison Garage. and profit-sharin- TAKE Cardui The Woman's Tonic Cardui helps women in time of greatest need, because it contains ingredients which act M specifically, yet gently, on the Vm weakened womanly organs. I So, if you feel discouraged, m blue, unable to kS do your household work, on WA l;;- - account oi your conuiuon, stop worrying and give Cardui a trial. It has helped thousands of women, why not you? Try Cardui. 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. THE NATIONAL BANK OF Capral $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. T Central Kentucky Main Carriage Co,, J JENilY. President J. E. STORMES. Vice Prea't. Jmbry, Asa't Cashier. R. 1 J. L. Gill. Book-Keepe- r. INCORPORATED. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. Street. lll Danville, Ky, iMV n 1 THE YOUR BUSINESS. Central Record. J Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny. ,J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. I i i The Central Record, Thursday Sept 24, 1914 3 de 1 Page 5 Equals 25 of Bee Dee WOMEN AND THE STOCK S A startling statement but a true one in this case. One teaspooniul of medicine and two pounds of your owncround feed (cost about 3 cents' equal, in what they do for your animals and fowls, two pounds of any ready-mastock or poultry tonic ("price 25 cents). There you are I If you don't believe it, try it out Buy, today, a can of Write fori trial package RIGHT TO VOTE k Should Be Given Time to Ex- f "RAA "T&PA QCC Chuget feed into tonic jljcc STOCK & POULTRY MEDICINE Makes it POULTRY MEDICINE, aho our 32 page, illustrated book, full explaining its uses. Address : Bee Dee Stock Medicine Company. Chattanooga. Tenn. &- WHY - your fowls? chances with ercise Franchise, 3 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At your dealer's. PB Is absolute and quick death to the germs of roup, colds and other Infect ous diseases. A few drops in the drinking water kills the disease eerms and prevents sickness. One 50c bottle makes 12 callous ot medicine. At drug elsts, or by mail, postpaid. Valuable poultry book free. B0C1B0N BEUZDY CO.. Lcilnil Xj. Bourbon Poultry Curo i PRtff LR im FOR SUNDy. OCTOBER 4J91 NATIONAL umm. EaV2J LITTLE TROUBLE FOR THEM W 3 i PEACES By VIRA BOARMAN WHITE-HOUS- NEW PHONES Directory. i i lluck. representing the auti suffragists and sncMkiug as a working woman before a eongi esion-a- l committee iu Washington. December, 1013. said. "We do not want the ote principally because we feel that we h.ue quite enough to occupy our time now, regardless of politics." Joseph G. 1'jle in a le.illct read before the s.iuie congres.? sional heat ing explained that for the fanner's wife "voting is a hardship too great to be endured Aside from the pie- v rlltnliini iirnii. ...,,- I' . v ir.i. Uotis. she uitivt go IS! to the polls, often in IltV IIIIAKMVN inclement w either, : WIUThllOUSI walkin,' or lidiug We have the largest and best equipped . '& several mile-- to get there," but. above our MaB Tire Repair Shop in the State and all, it is the wife ami mother living at home, v hose domestic duties are chine Shop, which is modern in every respect supposed to leave het no time to vote The view tlut voting takes a ver is handled by the best machinists obtainable. . great deal of time seems to be a general one among the anti suffragists All our work is guaranteed and our Hut men who vote that the actual time spt'iit in a polling booth, even prices are reasonable. at the most ciowued election, dues not exceed halt an hour and is usually nut more than teii minutes Elections Infrequent. tt Elections .ue i.ot dailv or evcu frequent occutieiiccs. .is these objections 135--13- 8 South Limestone. to women voting would seem to sug gest. In some places the municipal, countj, state and fcdetal elections ate all held ou the general election day the liist Tuesda.v after the lirt MonKJ day iu November. In other places the local elections ate held iu the sntiug. Thete ate at times special elections, as. for Instance, the tec cut one ot April 7 here in ew York state to determine whether or not theie should be a con stitution.il convention. Such special elections ate rare and seem to aiouse little inteiest. I X RICHMOND, KY. s There aie also, since the passage ot the law providing for duect nomiua A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS tions, pnmary elections, at which the Courts leading to Elementarr, Intermediate and Life i duelled members of each political 5wH State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Ken3i l part.v ought to vote. Hut when ever.v tucky. fciecial Courses and Review Course. Tuition j Tree to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories new kind of election is taken into account model school, new manual training building, practice the most conscientious, citien is not eliool. department of agriculture, a well equipped called to the polls mute than two or Domestic Science. Firt Term bejrms .lymnaMuni September 7. Second Term Not ember 16, Third Term thiec? times a je.tr and the actual time January!!), Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens spent in voting does not eceed at the 14 Catalogue Free. June j. (:. rnnilK, President. most liberal allow .nice an hour or two a j ear. All men of couise do not vote. In the presidential election of 11)1:1 the total number of those voting was less than 13.000.1.00 while the number ellgi b'e to vote was over 24.000,000 The I propottioti of men voting at this election was somewhat smaller than at the pteceding ones. It is not lack of time, however, that keeps so manj men ft out the polls. It is nit her lack of inteiest. Xo business or work can be an en use for tlrs f.iilute of the iltitj ot citizenship, as in tliirtv-nin- e states eleetiuu tl.ij is a of Irees clothe the mountains in wonderful garments Millions legal holida.v. on which no business is Beautiful beyond description. transacted. tonic qualities of the bracing air give zest to Mountain A Large Class. Climbing, Hunting, Tennis, Fishing, Riding and Motoring, Working women now foim a verj large class in this utintrj It is esti while splendid hotels afford luxurious accommodations and mated tint theie about SO'iOOOO or entertainment. !). miO 000 of them Thej would hav. of couise. the same facilities for voting boarding houses and cottages are available at Excellent as are given to woikingmen shops and business o lines are closi-on e'ection davs NOTED RESORTS IN THE LAND OF THE SKY The farmer's wife has giov, n up as a eountrj girl in the open air. In her Waynesville Asheville Hendersonville j until she piobablv walked each day to Tyron Hot Springs Brevard Saluda school and back and each Sunday to Lake Toxaway Flat Rock church. She will not be daunted b.v a distance of a few miles to elo a duty The "St. Louis Special will take you there without change of which will hi ing her in let urn such electric-lighte- d, any kind. It is a solid through train, steel gieat interests equipped, arrives Louisville 7:45 P.M. Knoxville 7:00A.M. Itich women with servants to lelieve them of household woik and nuises or Asheville 11:25 A. M. Dining Observation Car all the way. governesses to take charge of their children have time for whatever takes AH their fancies. It is. of ourse the wife .'nil mother iu the home who, it is believed, will have no time to ote Men count eight limits Premier Carrier of the South as a day's woik. hut her nij storiuu-- . duties are supposed to keep her For further information see local agent, or address a prisoner within her four walls. If it is indeed true that sncli B. H. Todd, District Passenger Agent, women are so hard driven, day after Louisville, Ky. day. that they cannot even make any arrangement to leave their work for an hour or two a year, should not such a condition be changed? Large Property Holders. It would be unendurable to think that the conditions of society bear so SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION heavily upon women that they cannot leave their duties even for the few minutes necessary for voting and that their lives, in spite of easy means of communication and cheap daily papers, are so cut off from all communal interests that the.v have no chance for forming political opinions Alice Automobile ATTENTION. in I objection in.ule to uomju New Phones That Are Not Listed In The OXH lb li.ue women will time to oto. Miss that k 4P) OWNBB When I I Lexington why 3 not stop at a Garage where prompt and satisfactory services are rendered. Cut out and paste on face of Directory. Arnold, Ashby Res. 384-Bratton, Jim Res. 310-Burnside, Robert Res. 309-Cecil, T. E Res. 380-- J Cummins, W. C Res. 207-Disnon, Goe Res. 362 Dal ton, J. H Res. 372 Francis, Goe Res. 305 Francis, John ...Dry Cleaning. 3G3-Goines. Mark Res. 211 Johnson, John Res. 3S9-Jones. Mc. D Res. 81 ."Room. Kinp, W. O 38G-- F Kelley. Walter Res. Long, Robert 75 Res. 7( Room. Lunsford, Miss Eliza 202 Lancaster Bottling Co 20S- Moore. Frank . ... Dry Goods. 318-- J B A B A presfdent Cdoocirow Cttflson. by proclamation, has appointed Sunday, Oct. 4, a national day of prayer for peace fn Surope and called "upon all God fearing persons to gather in church on that day and petition Hlmighty God to heal again and restore once more concord among men and nations. "Che proclamation follows: ? Ji 217- 350- 312-G0-- B Gfi-- Masonic Club I 0 Montgomery, J. E Robinson. J. F McWilliar-s- , Res. Res. Oilic-- Dr . :W)-- J 357-- Q 311- 3S2-- F acit 342- 3G7- McWiihams. Dr Schooler, J. S Smith, V. A Tillett. Miss Salhe Walker & Rich Walters J no Woods, W. B Rs. Res. Res, Res. Res. Res. Res. M KkO - Central Motor Car Go. "dbcreio. Great nations of the Tcorld have tahen up arras against one another and war now draws millions of men into battle whom the counsel of statesmen have not teen able to save from the terrible sacrifice: and. "dbereas, In this as in all things it ts our privilege and duty to seeh counsel and succor of Hlmightv God. humbling ourselves before him. confessing our weakness and our lach of an? wisdom equal to these things; and. "CHhereas, It is the especial wish and longing of the people of the Qnlted States, in prater and counsel and all friendliness, to serve the cause of peace, "Cberefore. I, doodrow SJilson, president of the dnited States of Hmerica, do designate Sundav, the fourth dav of October nejt, a day of prayer and supplication and do request ali God fearing persons to repair on that day to their es of worship, there to unite their petitions to Hlmighty God. that, overruling the counsel of men, setting straight the things they cannot govern or alter taking pity on the nations now jn the throes of conflict, in his mercy and goodness showing a way where men can sec none, be vouchsafe his children to heal again and restore once more that concord among men and nations without which there can be neither happiness nor true friendship nor any wholesome fruit of toil or thought In the world, praying also to this end that he forgive us our sins, cur ignorance of his holy will, our willfulness and many errors,and lead us in the paths of obedience to places of vision and to thoughts and counsels that purge and make wise." pl-c- Lexington, Kentucky. I I !vtq70tgi t)ix)j &'e)0(MM iibw1 ' IBs SKTftoWia a HA ZJl'titimn in Kc Land othe Sky j Perhaps You Don't Know That we take Paint Stain from a 1 kinds of Fabric. Ladies are liable to ruin their garments with a little paint stain. Do not despdir. Leave it to us and we will return it perfectly clean at a small cost. J Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. Phone 230. INSURE Your The I'ae-torie- s. TOBACCO against All Standard Publications of the Highest Merit. Which Will be Appreciated by Every Member of Your Family. This To-Day- Big1 Semi-Monthly Ofer Consists Of $ Hail, Now It costs no more to Excursion Fares The Year SOUTHERN RAILWAY protect it from the start, than to wait later on in the season. Insure it with The Central Record The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Farm and Fireside, Magazine, Monthly Boy's Magazine, Monthly Household Journal and Floral Life, Monthly 's 1.00 1.00 .50 .50 1.O0 .50 Total $ 4.50 Office F. P. 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The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky, Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 24 1914. H H o 4ft 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 $ 4 Hart Schaffner W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES at in all the New Shapes $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 & For Boys and Girls. Which is Quality from start to finish and known the world over. Marx Clothing. n Line BOSTONIAN SHOES. for Men in New Fall Styles at $4.00 and $5.00 Selby Shoes For Ladies, Educator Shoes & Marx Good m-- This store is the Home of Hart Schaffner House of Quality. Ike Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 nr . & & $99e&e$e&30$$& will be driven entirely Lancaster, Ky. S a year. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. . J. Entered at the a- - J'ot s fcciiml-CIu'-- Oflice in Ijiiirai-ter- , Mhil Mutter. Ky.. Member Kentucky Press Association , and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., September 24, 1914. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 1U.O0 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 line Obituaries, per line i" -J ,- event bids fair to turn that gloom into An old business man in sunshine. Atlanta Ga. suggested that every business house in the country invest $50. in a bale of cotton, and hold it until the market opened ud again. This suggestion was published in an Atlanta paper, the press thruout the country copied it, and asaresulta'Buy-a-ba!e- " movement was started all over the countrv, one mail order concern placed an order for 10,000 bales, business houses all over the country are joining the movement, banks are asking that warehouse receipt for cotton be made a basis of collateral, colleges are accepting cotton as cash on tuition, insurance companies are accepting cotton in payment of premiums on policies, and the suggestion of the Atlanta man bids fair to relieve the cotton situation. We cite this merely as an instance, and to show that "something can always happen". There is ample time for favorable development as concerns the tobacco situation, and in the meantime, worrying will not either raise or diminish the price any part of a cent on the pound. Come Come to Moores closing out sale. THE WAR, DAY BY DAY. territory. out of French THREE COUNTIES DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For U. S. Senator For U. S. Long Terra. it to the closing out sale at Moores. Look at your Label and send us that dollar. HERCULES "20". J. C W. Beckham, of Frankfort. SenatorShort Term. J. N. Camden, of Versailles. For Congress. John S. Bsughman of Danville has secured the agency for the Hercules "20" motor car and in a short time will introduce it in Garrard county where he has also secured the agency. Congressman Harvey Helm In The Against Illiteracy. Fight Harvev Helm, of Stanford. There is a growing tendency among a great many people to borrow trouble, or to make use of a familiar expression "to cross the river before they get to it". Especially is this the case with the farmer, and a great number of them are already developing gray hairs over the probability of a low price foi tobacco this season. The worry, it not uncalled for, is at least premature, we do not say the former is the case, but we do contend that there is plenty of time to cross the bridge after vou reach it. We do not say that tobacco will be either high or low, there is no living man who can at the present time accurately predict as to the price which We the present crop will bring. furthermore acknowledge that the outlook just at present is somewhat gloomy. However, we are told that "every cloud has a silver'lining"; and before the actual opening of the market, which is fully two months ahead of us, there may be material changes, there may be a clearing away of the present apparent cloudy condition of the price outlook and a strong, healthy market may develop. Leastwise there is nothing to be gained by worrying over the Congressman Harvey Helm writes theKentucky Illiteracy Commission, at Frankfort, expressing interest in the campaign which has been inaugurated against illiteracy, and volunteers his services. Congressman Helm is Chairman of the Census Committee in the House of Representatives, and can aid the movement much at Washington as well as in Kentcky. He will be asked to make speeches in Kentucky in favor of eradicating speedily its illiteracy. SUTTON. The remains of Mr. Lewis Sutton were brought here from Lexington on last Sunday, and after funeral services at the grave by Rev. Tinder, were interred in the Lancaster cemetery. The deceased was a most estimable young rr an. He had been an invalid for a number of years. He was a son of Mr. Fred K. Sutton, a former resident of Garrard county, a brother of Mrs. J. E. Dickerson and Mr. Booth Sutton of Lancaster and Mrs. M. O Kennedy of Bryantsville, and a nephew of Mr, H. C. Sutton. matter. The time you are now devoting to worry and speculating as to just what your crop is going to bring could be much more profitably employed in getting your crop into the very best possible condition. In order that it may command the very best price regardless of what that may be. The crop far exceeds expectations as to bulk, and in consequence barn room is at a premium, and in consequence some growers are inclined to crowd their barns beyond their actual capacity, for which they may perhaps be sorry. Should "soft" weather develop, they would regret that they had not made arrangements to house their surplus elsewhere rather than crowd a ten acre crop into an eight acre barn. Regardless of what the prevailing price may be, the best crop ia not always the crop that brings the best price, but the Best handled crop invariably brings its full value, regardless of the quality of the tobacco. whjch goes to show that there is as much or more in the handling than there actually is in the quality of the tobacco. A few weeks ago the outlook for the cotton prices in the south were, much more gloomy than the present outlook for tobacco prices, but an unforseen SCHOOL NOTES. (By Wm. F. Miller.) Mrs. KaufFman and Miss Tommie Francis were visitors Tuesday morning. Misses Florence Johnson and Nancy Goodloe were recent visitors at our school. Miss Smith's Room will entertain next Friday at 8:15. The public is cordially invited. Bro. Eldridge visited our school Monday morning and conducted the devotional exercises. Bro. Brown and Mr. Arnold were Tuesday Morning visitors. Bro. Brown's subject was "worth" while" and was enjoyed by the school The Parent-Teachemeeting which was held in the Auditorium Thursday evening met with very much encourage ment. This was a pleasant as well as a profitable meeting. Miss Mason's room entertained 'at Friday morning exercises last Friday, and was greatly enjoyed. The following were visitors Mrs. S. A. Walker and daughter, Mrs. W. A. Dickerson. Mrs. Siler, Miss Lena Bright, Mrs. Moss and Mrs. J. E. Dickerson. rs The first report of the British operations in France issued since the Ger- mans have been on the retreat was GO "WET" MONDAY. given out last night by the War Office. Local option elections were held in It shows that the two armies fought Christian, McCracken and Daviess for days with only the river Aisne be- MONDAY. counties, and Hopkinsville, Paducah tween them, and the heaviest part of Italy, according to report from Rome the work fell upon fhe artillery divisand Owensboro, their respective county) seats on last Monday, and as many has more than half a million men under ions. victory's for the liquor element was the arms. Naval operations took the center of result. The majorities ranged from An official statement from Petrograd the war stage yesterday, when trree 800 to 1000. Twelve other counties says that the Russians are bombarding British cruisers were sent to the bot-- . will hold elections on the liquor questhe strong fortress of torn of the North Sea by five German Austrian tion on next Monday, among which are Przemysl. It alse reports repulses of is reported that three included Fayette and several other of the Austrians with heavy losses near submarines. It of the attackers were afterward sunk. the leading counties of the state, at Baranow. and Ranichow in Galicia Each of the sunken vessels carried a people hope which time the In the fighting around Rheims, the crew of 775 men, and it is estimated of and expect to annex the majority matter of greatest general interest has j that only 700 were picked up by the the numbi- to the dry column. been the destruction of the famous j crafts near them. cathedral, one of the most noted The Russian main army is advancing Copyright. 1914. by Panama-Pacif- ic International Exposition Co. structures in the world, dating back steadily AND WE LIKE TO toward Cracow, brushing aside is reto the Thirteenth century. It photographer was stationed at Uie most nortburu of the three arched ported first to have been pierced by or bottling up Austrian forces seeking constituting the main western entrance to the palace and BE CROWDED. many German shells and then to have to stay the advance. There are indica his camera to the north. The line columns ailornius this enwill tions that German trance are or Imitation Sienna and are In warm contrast with the Our advertising friends have cer- burst into flames. Against this de- be employed with the Austrians in ercainish gray of the "Travertine" plaster of which the walls are composed. struction of the Cathedral, the French tainly been crowding us the last two throwing up a strong defense of the weeks, as we hope they will the next Government had decided to send citv of Cracow itselt, and that the The friezes at the base of the columns and the spandrels above the archway of the vestibule are the work of the sculptor Hals I'atlslan. In architectural j through diplomatic channels a protest two and all succeeding weeks. Last Austrians will abandon the effort to style the I'alace of Machinery Is early Roman. The architect Is Clarence R. week and this we have been compelled to all the Powers. stop the Russian advance at a distance Ward of San Franclscg. Reports ditfer as to the progress of from the city. to run ten pages, and we are ready and willing to add just as many additional the great battle in Northern France, pages sach week as are necessarv to between the allied British and French Some indi meet the requirements of our patrons. armies and the Germans." The Record is recognized as the very j cate that there is extremely heavy best possible advertising medium and fighting, while others tell of the great our merchants are rapidly coming to a masses of troops, many of them at the realization of the fact. Incidentally stage of exhaustion, lying in flooded we are not curtailing the amount of trenches. At some points, at least, live news, instead of a scarcity of news fierce engagements have been fought, matter and a brief word of apology with the tide flowing first in one ditherefor, we add live reading matter in rection and then in the other. The proportion to the number of addition all Allies have won a position here, and pages we run each week. the Germans have gained one there. Getting out a good paper, do you take But all reports, official and otherwise, it, if not come in next Monday and let j agree that there is much fighting yet us add ydYir name to our list of sub-- 1 to be done before anv material advantage can be claimed by either side. scribers. We know you will like it. The British in the trenches say; "We are slowly beating then back". The HIS WORK PRAISED. French official statement declaras that by suAttorney P. H. Taylor, of Danville, tho furiously counter-attacke- d perior forces and obliged to yielu some District Lay Leader, has passed a very high compliment on the work done by ground, this was regained almost imDr. E. H. Pearce in the latter's chargs mediately, during the past two years. The memTUESDAY. bership of the church was not only The German Emperor has taken up built up, but interest and work by those his quarters in Luxemburg, according on the printed church Directory now to a Paris dispatch. To guard against more satisfactory than ever before. possible raids by French aviators a Dr. Arnold, the presiding elder, also squadron of German aeroplanes is in -joined in praising the work of Dr. readiness to ward off any such attempts. Pearce. We have never known a more The nature of the struggle between sincere or earnest pastor, and the Record trusts that he will be spared the Germans and the allied forces on which many more years to assist not only his the battle front in France, own flocks, but "the boys", as he stretches from Noyon in the west to terms his friends about town, and Verdum, is indicated by the latest offiwhich is in membership of all churches, cial communication from the French War Office, which says that the enas well as the unchurched. Some items of the official report ol gagements have become less violent. the ministerial work are for note in From this it would seem as it both sides had reached the conclusion that the two years service. Square miles area of Pastorals 110 the gaining of a few yards of ground Total population (U. S. census) 4400 hardly warranted the losses entailed, Miles traveled in ministerial duties 2300 and that preparations are on the way Discourses and addresses 270 for a strong offensive movement at some strategic point. The French Visits to homes 410 also report that they have made prog118 Literatures distributed ress in the territory between Rheims )50 of State Bd. Health, for and the Argonne forest. On their prevention cf typhoid and left wing they have reached the heights Tuberculosis) . of Lassigny. With the French on this Invited educational addresses 12 part of the battle line are the British, before schools New subscriptions, religious papers 35 who, according to an official statement issued by the British press bureau, have Per cant increase ol fiscal for 118 fared badly since the beginning of the missions and benovelence Per cent increase S S enrollment 55 war in the loss of officers. 15 (Home Department Service) WEDNESDAY. Professions of faith 33 Sarajevo, the Capital of Bosnia, Dr. Pearce has had cordial welcome which was abandoned by the Austrians in to his new station of excellent people after a heavv defeat, has been occupied at Lawrcnceburg, with preaching ser by the Servians and Montenegrins. 1st. A lot on Danville Street, East of residence, about 150 feet front, and about 350 feet deep. vice twice each Sunday there: Severed communication between being 30 miles by rail (Louis2nd. A lot west of residence, on Danville street, about 180 feet front and 270 feet deep. ville Southern) from Danville with two Berlin and Breslau led to the belief 3rd. The first lot named and about 8 acres of land North of residence, with a road connecting the trains daily; the town, of 2000 one of that the Russians had reached that point and were engaged in an attack on lot and land. the mest progressive in Central Ky. Final gospel campaign in Garrard; the city. 4th. The 8 acres above mentioned which will make a number of beautiful building lots with road It is stated that the movement to 1912-1- 4 at Bryantsville and Buena Vista, (Olivet). First was 1902-4- ; as Pas- get around the German right wing is from Danville Street, if road is not sold with first lot. , tor of Lancaster: 1908-1Lancaster meeting with some success, and if this 5th. All the improvements with about 5 acres of land, is true it is thought that the German and McKendree (Hubble): 1912-1This is the only suburban property that can be divided as indicated, and the purchaser of- the Bryantsville and Buena Vista; an 8 forces will be in an extremely dangerous position. whole or any part will get a bargain? t Mr. Brown or the undersigned will show the property at aDy time. years total with 151 professions of faith; with increase of 75 per cent in The French official bulletin issued fiscal for benevolence etc. Also a hap- last night says that the situation is unpy fellowship with brother pastors and changed. It is believed by the military membership of other churches; also an experts, however, that the Battle of esteemed friendship with the the Two Rivers will last three or four .mH' tyi days longer and that the Germans thsn anti-liqu- THE ' j i j ' OF A T TT Suburban ADlJ Hi Property. As agent for R. S. Brown, who farm in Indiana, we will on has bought a SATURDAY, 06T, 10, '14 Danville avenue, near city limits, and in a few steps of concrete pavement. The house is large, commodious and attractive, situated acres of fertile land, on a commanding eminence, with about which will yield $700. worth of Crops this year. It will be offered as a whole, and then sections as follows: at 2 o'clock p. m., offer for sale his beautiful suburban home, on rg m 2, - HUGH&S & SWINEBROflD, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ir "A'13 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 24 1914. Page 7 ELITE V. STYLES AT (mF&jss VTT & w - - V flt ,x m 25 c - h 1 , r H; A. trw ' JOSEPH'S Value fSOSSDil Suits from '"""'-"- That PLEA S EQUAL r' . Mil J ? -- r. i i i t V s Workmanship Plus Material ft ' Ii nsP i i S li I v ' m i j J rI "; 1 and Satisfaction aroant ill) Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. 1 . I !. 5 ooinoaou 5 fe-c- S " i & v sv&BB3BSewsai83ga&39e:ne3ig ?. WW, T!.- -! "uiiw Siitr' f I ' ' Uhe fashion Shop 1 People ( Gossip About $ v ;?rirjTrT'-rc-''P'- Ji gS;ESaSS3l J " ! $15.00 to $25.00 that are Dandies. 3S&3S&3S&3 H. "lje Elite" SSl I Daniel Elkin, Shirley Hudson and L. Shipp. MASONIC TEMPLE AT Bi Mr. and Mrs Forest Stapp attended the Statu Fair last week. Mrs. John Ross and little daughter Dorothy are in Winchester visiting. Mr. W. B. Jones of Lexington is the guest of his friend Henry Simpson. p Will display on the day of Miss Arnold's Opening, SEPTEMBER 2Gth, a line of Bri r I 0 J A Kritf 3 Goings ly Those Mention of the Comings and Wt Are Interested !n. ladies' Head9towear Suits 8 Separate Skirts, Misses and Childrens Coats and Capes. It is our purpose to win the favor of Lancaster and Gar- Miss Lettie May McRoberts was visitor in Lexington Monday. a Mrs. Cornie Clay of Richmond guest of her niece Mr. Geo. D. son. is the Robin- Miss Eugenia Denny of Lexington is the guest of Mrs. E. L. Owsley. Miss Allie Yantis is in Stanford visiting her cousin Miss Lottie Carson. Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden motored to Stanford and Somerset Tuesday. the Night." "Girls. Run Along." I Farm For Rent "Whistle" and "Mooching Along,-'- ' l"i) acres, well improved. have been sung, whistled ani danced j 1 mile of tow r . j Gratied School the land. RICHMOND COLLAPSES. to N. Blanpied. Lancaster. K.. This attraction will be given with a On Satuiday morning about eight specially augmented orchestra. Seats Notice o'clock the Masonic Temple, at Rich- ready Friday, i"th. Remittances sent ' ' mond collapsed causing an almost com- to Manager Charles Scott will receive The Citv taxes and water plete loss to the building. The build- prompt attention. due and must be paid at ing was of three stories, the ground City must have this mom- j. floor of which was occupied by the meet expenses ami unlepai ( j iy Dry Goods Co.. the second stcrv L. E. tl.-- r will bo levied. i serving as a dance hall and the third 1 YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. floor being used as the meeting rooms V Room for rent. Miss Fannie B.-- ; of the lodge. Luckily no one was hurt in the collapse. Clarks best thread 4 cts at Mcorca Mens Suits half price at Moores. Cov-inft- r - J .- U EI 8 r (!) 1 I rard County Ladies by giving them goods of excellent quality. Superior Tailoring, the Newest Weaves and at a little less money than these are bought away from home. In our purchases we have regard for every Detail, Style, Tailoring, Trimming, Lining, Shades and Fit. Note that we carry "BISCHOF" and "KLADWELL" SUITS in addition to a carefully chosen line from the New York market. i 1 I I f!l THE FASHION SHOP. Jenkins. Perrie & 8 r u ft I JtS' jrgjtyv Wf JIB11 JiaMRklJWIKaJjMiygw lattli4i ft 0 H00SIER8 DISC WHEAT DRILLS $55.00 Van Disc Wheat Drills. Ensilage Cutters, Gasoline and Kerosine Engines Brun Fertilizer J. E. Mount, Son & Co. ' tJW" PHONE if,Wii,' r'n J! lkiLV ,. h U iV'! kk Wl VERY Jf i . i Wf&& Z4EPK?: COAL s I 1 4S I $ your order and he will furnish you The BEST SS ,f25wlt I i i I p& KM i ! At The VERY LOWEST PRICE. Lancaster .Lumber & M'fg Co. Goods 25. 50 and 75 cts. on the dollar i Miss Kate Reid of Beattyville is exGARRARD COUNTY DOCS ' at Moores. EXPERT STOVE POLISHER. Mr. H. M. Dudley and little son pected the week for a visit last of the were visitors in Lexington Friday. Bill Farris. expert stove cleantr and To Go To Far Off Yukon. to Mrs. J. A. Amon. place on LexFor Sale Ok RE.vr:-M- y polisher. Headquarters, store c f J II. Miss Eliza Ison of Bryantsville was ington Street. Mrs. Sue Nelson and daughter Mrs. Susan Fisher. I. IT Mr. A. K. Walker has received an Mount, Son anTi Co. the recent guest of Mrs. E. L. Owsley. Miss Margaret of Lebanon are guests order from Paul S. Hogan of Yukon. Ladies and childrens low cut shoes Miss Mary Epping of Louisville is of Miss Mary Chestnut. Alaska for four dogs of the famous half price at Moores. LOST. here with her cousin Mrs. L. L. Walker. Mrs. W. O. Hopper has returned to Walker strain of fox hounds, the dogs Mr. Joe Price was here on a visit to her home in Mt Sterling after a stay to be the pick of the kennel, to be ship- -. For Sale; Telephone Stock in Bry-- I Between Lancaster. Cair.r ped to him by e? press. The price is a antsville Exchange. Hnr-his parents the latter part of last week. with Lancaster relatives. t Kings Mill and Danville a Corb.r c- Hallie B. Sweeney, Bryantsville Ky. ' van! Key No. 652071. Returr t A very successful revival has just long one and is private, but these dogs Clay Sutton were in Mr. and Mrs. H. I often sell for 100 each. Tht express! irJ. ord OfHce and receive suital!" Louisville last week for the State Fair. closed at the Fork Church conductedby I Come to the closing out sale of the Reverend T. D. English of Berta, with charges alone on the shipment will K; amount to $130. and this added to the - . Batson stock of goods. Miss Elizabeth Robb. of Nicholasville 1G additions. Frank Moore oost price will make the dogs come f is the guest of Miss Bettie Walker TWO SHALL FARHS Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Gilbert, Mr. and prettv high to Mr. Hogan. Wherever I Burnside. Just received :Fresh i.ar Kanawha Airs. R. L. Burton and little Miss Mar- men ride to the hounds this celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward have reJ. E. Anderson, FOR SALE. garet Elliot were guests of Mrs. Forest cflnlli SJX flrtirj (UC IIUI1 nn.1 aiC Tii.ilwl salt. n. auu .. ( cy omul. r AJ3 nn nn turned from a months stay in Virginia Stapp Sunday. Point Leavell, Ky above all others. .ne One farm contains 1.1 and Tennessee. new r LosT:-Pai- r Herbert Price of Danville joined his of gold nose glasses on land with all W. T. West is enjoyin hot water heated. Ik v. j l Crab Orchard pike. wife and little daughters here ThursIf found kindl ing a few weeks well earned rest at day for a visit to Mrs. D. M Lackey THE QUEEN OP ' return to Record office. 'he kitchen and bath ruttH and ot t Martinsville, Ind. r, '.s most convenient and lK?st ne and daughter. W. M Mahan. THE MOVIES" on earth. Price !20O. Mesdames Jerry Caldwell and Mary Miss Bettie Walker Burnside enCt Strayed to my place on White Oak The other contains 67 rr Fox of Danville are the guests of Mrs. tertained "At Cards" Tuesday afterIn Lexington. :. the lane a red steer. Owner can have bandstore land which J. Rockwell Smith. noon at t o'clock for herpopularvisitor 2 same by paying for keep and this notice. finest tobacco ami corn it Miss Frankye Kauffman is at home Miss Elizabeth Robb. "The Queen of the Movies," which s cf Henry Robinson. barns that will lwt?e fi or 7 . pd. from a visit to her aunt Mrs. Alice "i Mrs. Henry Simpson entertained a will be the attraction at the Ben Ah tobacco, new 51 room Ik Lusk in Hustonville. Call on me for all kinds of fruit and of tiie ! few tiiends at an informal C o'clock Theatre, Lexington, for three perform thnn $6M p r with a matinee on ornamental trees, bhrubs. hedge and Ky. Mr. Robert Walter of Tulsa arrived dinner in complement to Mrs. Stephen ances, Sept. S. !I. Aldridge, Htt-- Tuesday, is a musical comedy with rea! j Strawberry Everything for plants. Friday for a visit to his parents. Dr. t Walker of Hustonville. music, comedy, a j the lawn and garden. I reprefent the j and Mrs. B. F. Walter. Mrs. R. L. Elkin was the recent hos cast filled with strong individuals and best nusery known, GARRARD CIRCUIT C'tU ,:T beautifully appointed contains a chorus the like of which fori Dr. B. C. Rose and mother motored , tess at a Jas. A. Royston. i s. Willie Mver- -' Kxec. et al. to Winchester Monday to see a sister luncheon the honoree being Miss Robb, its beauty and shapeliness has never i P.ione No. 200. Lancaster. Ky. VS. the guest of Miss Burnside. of the latter who is ill. before been seen away from Broadway. ifts. The Freeman Furniture Co of Dan Henry JeiFerjon, et al. In an era noted for the extravagance Mr. Thomas Chestnut and sister Miss Miss Emma Bodine of Springfield arThe creditors of the estate tf Willis and display of its theatrical exhibits. ville Ky, sells the New Home Sewing rived Monday for a visit to Misses Mary, Mrs. Sue Nelson and daughter, Myers are hereby notified tna i .e unof Lebanon motored to Harrodsburg, "The Queen of the Movies" ranks as Machines. Write him for the best on dersigned Master Commissioner f the Addie and Carrie Arnold. earth, until we get an agent in Lanthe season's most prodigal specimen. and Brooklyn Bridge Wednesday. Gtrrard Circuit Court will ?.t i his Mrs. Roy L. Brown of Bellefontaine, "The Queen of the Movies" is full of caster. ;. for Mr. and Mrs. F. W Hannah and snap from the rise of Ohio, has joined her husband Elder Roy Co, oflice Friday, October 9th. i. The New Home Sewing Machine the curtain, brimthe purpose of receiving and . z ..ting daughter have returned to their ming little L. Brown here for a visit. Chicago 111. J. T. Leake, State Agt over with all that is the last word claims against the estate t Willis home in Nogalles Arizona after a visit in the dancing world and its catchy Mrs. Jennie Embry was in Lexington Myers, deceased, and all those t .rons to her sister Mrs. R. H. Batson. songs and dialogue is enough the past week with her cousins Meshaving claims against the sa: i estate For Sale. Mr. John M, Farra and Mr3. Farra to carry two entertainments of its kind. dames Sweeney and Falconer. will present the same pJoper! v.ri:icd have returned from Shelbyville, Mrs. The company consists of SO people and It according to law. A choice lot of Blue Grass Seed. Mrs. Robert H. Ward has returned arra being much improved by a re an cast headed by Miss May De is A. 1. free from Sour Dock and all W. H. Brown. M. C. C. I C from a two weeks stay in Vanceburg, cuperative stay in one of the hospitals. Sousa. Garrard Milling Co. weeds. Maysville, Mt Carmel and Richmond. The story is that of a war Letween Mrs. Henry Ware will return the last Mr. Bryant Brown of Lincoln is here Farm For Sale with of the week to her home in Birming- the movies and at the bedside of his daughter Mrs. Cecelia Gill representing the movies ICG 5 acres (41) miles from LancasGeorge White who is ill of typhoid fever ham atter spending the summer with and Mrs. Clutterbuck, society leader I her father Capt. Isaac Myers and sister ter, will sell as a whole or in two tracts and wife of a millionaire, leading the 110 5 with improvements or (50) acres Mrs. J. S. Johnson, daughter Miss Jmss bailie Lou Myers. Tor Infants and Children. antis with her husband's name and unimproved. Floience and son Mr. Allen Johnson left N. II. Bogie. Mr. Tom Chesnut. Miss Minvil Bogie, money backing her. Kind You Have Always Bought The battle is Lexington. Ky. Wednesday for their new home in Mr. and Mrs. John Doty and daughter going rather against the movies until Stetson Fla. 2 jars the motored from Marksbury to Paint Lick Cecelia conceives the idea of getting a . sutj-z--' For Sale Mr. R. E. Hughes and family of and attended church at Mt Tabor dur- film of Mr. Clutterbuck and herself, Signature of 14utlWr7U46iC Sixty acres of land. 2 miles from Louisville returned to their home in ing the protracted meeting. trusting to its possession to force the Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike. Good that city Sunday after a visit to LanA letter has been received by Lan- antis to abandon their warfare. Of house, barn and plenty ot water. caster relatives. caster relatives saving that Miss Nan- course she wins. Herndon & Walker, Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. W. O. Rigney was in Danville nie Gaines, daughter of Mr. Gabe GainThe fun of this new and exhilarating' d the first of the week to see her sister es, is quite ill with typhoid fever at musical comedy is kept at Kentucky Red Berbhire For Sale. throughout the entire performance. Mrs. John Cotton before her departure her home at Muscogee Okla. for Spartansburg, S. C. The dances are new and bewilderingly I have 10 nice young boars for sale. NHon. W. C. Black of Barboursville, John F. Walker who has been ill at G. H. P. of the Royal Arch Masons of graceful. The music is a delight and They are from Anna Bell and Fancy the Hotel Kengarlan has sufficiently Kentucky, will arrive in the city to- half a dozen of the numbers "Oh, Lady, the choice - of my herd, "In tf Cecelia," "Follow the Crowd," W. B. Denny, Lancaster Ky. recovered to return to his work at night and will accompany Mr. W. O. Is THE proper thing Miss., Sunday last. Rigney and his degree team to Liberty for a lady or gentleMisa John Eva Hilton the young on Friday, where they are to confer man to present nowaon thirteen candidates. sister of Mrs. R. H. Batson has accept- the degrees days, when making -ed a position in the Graded school in Mrs. Chas. SDiegle of Shelbyville Ind, fi VJ calls. Crab Orchard. Miss Hilton will teach Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Gaines, Misses jj the third and fourth grades. Come and see what Mary and Gertrude Gaines, Mr. and q11 omeiu ? Mrs. R. Zimmer has returned from, a Mrs. W. M. Perkam of Lincoln motored a beautiful line of fDO CPXTDV lXXUUlJlUlJlLWJIii., Irtt.M TV iUAO. niJlU X DTHTM rDfDPt?D nintm L.H.IV, Vv months visit in Cincinnati, Lake Geneva, to Lancaster and were guests of Mr. i -X samples we have and Ikl. Wis. and Pomeroy, O. Mrs. Chas. and Mrs. Ed C. Gaines. get our prices for 50 HEEBSESESBSSSEEEEBS5ES9EESEE3S:SSESEB Zimmer and Chas. Jr. of the latter Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sanders at Point or more. place accompanied her hpme. Leavell are rejoicing over the birth of YELLOW CUCUMBER PICKLE. The Miss Edna Kavanaugh entertained at a seven and one half pound girl. dfnner Sunday. Those present were young lady is their first born and ar1 gallon ripe cucumbers, CENTRAL RECORD i gallon cabbage, cut fine, boil all in Misses Nancy Walker, Martha and rived Monday. Mrs. Sanders and the 1 oz. white mustard, 1 oz. celery seed, weak vinegar. Helen Gill, Letty Mae McRoberts and daughter are doing nicely and Henry 1 pod red pepper. 1 oz. tumeric, 3 lbs sugar. Martha Kavanaugh, Messrs Alex Doty, has a smile that won't wear off. it-p:L JJll-Cai-retr ts ir - e u. k 2S-2- j honest-to-goodne- ss t i ' te all-st- anti-movie- s, 2-- 2-- CASTOR A I j: sy top-spee- Engraved Visiting Card A Neatly Hill-hous- e, E33ES3SS2SES3B3:223 favorite. Recipes Qf J- 2&B5B3eS il Known . vv tv ! J t-- -- Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 24, 1914. AT- COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiffs, James T. Doty, et al, VS. MOMMMHMHIHM How's This? UMMUMytyMwyyyu Scientific nr WIT I' i' ' 1 I 4" Farming ! V TTTTTT'HTTT We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall' Catarrh Cure. A. VOTE FOR Lancaster MDNDAT, F SEPT 28. MpNINE BIG tPEln?3 JL GBWRmiaisM -- M"2y I CIRCUS MUSEUM MENAGERIE . BREMEMBER THE DAY AND DATE to aslas efmTV Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the June Term, 1914, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock A. Al. or thereabouts, on .MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1914, it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows: First: A house aiid lot in Lancaster, Garrard Couuty. Kentucky, on the North side of Danville street and bounded as follows; Bounded on the East by It. E. McRoberts: on the North by by the property of vy. O. Rigney (now Jennie Mount); on ;het West by the properly of George Smith and on the .South by Danville street, being the same property con, eyed to Lizzie L. Doty by Alattie P. Frisbie, and others, by deed dated August 7, 1906, and recorded in the Clerk's office of the Garrard County Court in Deed Book 21, page 530, and said deed is referred to for more specific description of the land. Second; A tract of land in two boundaries and adjoining, in Garrard County. Kentucky, at Point Leavell and is bounded as follows, 1st Tract: Beginning at a stake at the South edge of the Lancaster and Richmond turnpike, 1 pole from the center of the same near the East abutment at the end of the wing wall of the bridge across the West fork of Back Creek; thence down the creeh on the the East side N 3J W (a beech tree tore and aft) 37.C poles to a box elder stump turned out of root on the same East side; thence N 83 W 4 poles to 3 box elders growing from the same root and on the East bank of said creek; thence down the same on same side N 38 W, 13 poles to a stake at the West siue of roots of a sycamore on same side of creek; thence down the same and in the same N 9i E 4 1J poles to a stake at the end of a stone fence on the East side of said creek (all the fore going corners to James G. Dennj); thence his line N 4 E b9 poles to a stake in said line S SS W 23 poles to a sycamore on the Westsideof a creek; thence S 73 W 7i poles to a stake, corner of plank fence; thence N 77J W 72.1! poles to a stake in A. R. Denny's line, near a black walnut; thence S 20 E T3i poles to a stake near a small black walto said Denny; thence S .ili nut? W 24 7 pole-- , to a stake m A R. Denny's line and corner to James X. Den ny; thence S 25J E 29.1 poles to a stone near a sugir tree; thence S 19J W 30 poles to a stake on the Lancaster and Richmond turnpike; thence with same N 801 E Si poles, S 20 E 3G poles S 51 E 13 poles, corner to V'illiam Beazley, (colored) ; thence with his line N 22 E 20 poles to a stake N 23 E 31 poles to a stake; thence S 78 E 38.8 poles to a post near a spring; .thence S 29 E 9 poles to to a stake a stone; thence S 101 in said turnpike; thence S 79 E 23.1 poles to W 31J poles to the beginning, containing bo acres and 33 poles, being the same land conveyed to said Elizabeth Doty by John Y Leavell, et al. by deed dated September 25, 1S79 and recorded in the Clerk's Ollice of the Garrard County Court in Deed Book W. A. Doty, et al. HARVESTING SOY BEANS. Be When Grown For Hay They Should Cut When Pods Are Forming. JPrepared by University of Wisconsin agricultural experiment station. Soy beans grown for bay should be cut when the pods are forming and before the plant begins to drop its leaves. If delayed too long the lower Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. leaves may diop off and thus the most Arrive. valuable jmrj. of (he plant be lost. The No 10; 5:00 a. m. stems also become woody and consequently less palatable to stock. It is, To Maysville, connecting at Richmond preferable to cut early rather than too with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; late. at Winchester with C & O to LexingThe crop may be cut with an ordi- ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & F. J. CHENET & CO.. Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. .T Cheney for the last 13 years, and be!iee him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to enrrj out any obligations made bv his firm. NATIONAL. BANK Or COMMENCE. Toledo, O Wall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internals directly upon the blood and muacting cous surfaces of the system. Ttstlmcniul.-sen- t free. Price 73 cents per bottle. St Id by all DruBEists. Take Hall a family Fills for constipation. J. F. ROhTZQhhVJ OF GARRARD COUNTY Nominee of The Progressive Part? FOR CONGRESS. is a vote to Of The 8th Congressional District of Kentucky Inaugurate the Principals Enunciated by Progressive Platform. the L. &N. YOUR INFLUENCE SOLICITED. Election November 3rd. 1914. IAAMW& WftWttl 3i.wPTJE74B"ejs7&jpiurqkflr&mm7rja7'Bfc'Ajr?f B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. Rigney, to-w- nary mower. The beans should be cut early in the morning after the dew Is off or late In the afternoon. If cut in the morning they may lie allowed to wilt until late iu the afternoon of the same day and then put up In small cocks. This work Is often done by hand, as the leaves fall off readily. A horse rake, however, may be used when the vines are nicely wilted, but net dried. As they 'shed water quite well in wet weather the small cocks may be left to cure for several days. If the weather is fair the small cocks are turned over before noon and allowed to cure thoroushlv. When the weather Is unfavorable It is advisable to bunch a number of cocks together, cover with a hay cap and allow to cure for several days. Soy bean hay J. J. WALKEK, Vice r. Prest. Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting N to Irvine & Beattyville, & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting train to Cincinnati. Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker, Jr., f K K Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ORGANIZED 1SS3. with L & Lexington Knoxville. with fast e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. & Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. g fJ 's No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting to This Lank is supervised by the United States Governmen. Your depcsit3 are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you car, help us, and we car, heip you. Make this bank YOUR bank. "C3B. h train to Bristol & Atlanta. with fast . SZSSXZ3ZSL&SS2I22Z33222i County Court Days. co-i-- SOV BEANS. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodshurg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mondp. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Mor.day. 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. Diaw I Check ' 7H They know he is doing business in a business like open such an account even if your affairs are not will grow all right. ITri for the iiionpy ou ov e and note how much more res pectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the - Garrard Bank & w Trust Go. a:c a . Better !hv. . pag.- - . TENFOLD THAN FVIORE ANY OTHER FOR THE MONEY SHOW OK EARTH. A A TSiB CIRCUS REALIZATION ORKKQVM tX GNV CENTUM. TUB EMINBVT TK EIMTH Kits Multitudinous Overwhelming Indescribable crush of Amazing Gymastic Acrobatic. Spectacular, Aerial and Equestrian SEIMSrA.TIO'VS. KOST the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike road, running thence N SO W ly poles to a stake in said road; thence S fcol W 39.8 poles to a stake inside of the said road; thence X "J2 E 20 poles to a stake near :i gulley; thence N 23 E 34.3 poles to a lost; thence S 78 E 38.3 poles to a fence post near a spring; thence S 29 E 9 poles to the beginning, containing 12 acres and 7J poles, being the same land conveyed ti Lizzie L. Doty by J. A. Dotv by deed dated November 7, 1911. and recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's Office in Deed Book 23, page , 2nd. Tract: Beginning at a stake in Through the aforesaid land there is reserved a passway leading from the land of J. A. Doty over the said land herein described to the Richmond and Lancaster Turnpike at Point Leavell. ' Said passway runs parallel with and on the West side of Back Creek on said land and is the same that is now used and has been used for many years as the road from the said pike to the residence of the said J. A. Doty, and the same is 10 feet wide, being the 1 same uassway conveyed to J. A. Dotv by W. A. Doty, by deed dated Decem- j ber 21, 1900, and recorded in said Clerk's office in Deed Book 22, page 12o. The purpose of this sale is to pay the debt due Mattie P. Frisbie of 1,000.00, with interest at 0 percent from January 1, 1914, until paid, and further to divide the residue of the proceeds after the payment of costs between the heirs-at-laof Elizabeth L. Doty, as their rights may appear. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchasers will be required to execute , bonds with approved security for the purchase price, due in six anu twelve months bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will Main and Broadway. Sales will commence be reserved upon the property sold until between at 10 a.m., rain or shine, as our pens are under roof. all the purchase money is paid. The property in Lancaster, Ky., and the property at Point Enter whatever you have to sell early in order to soiu separately. Leavell, Ky., will be Summer Spoilage of Eggs. W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. have pen reservation. "Why work and worry raising chicks, L. L. Walker. Att'y. This should interest every farmer in Boyle county and wesolicit Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. feed them all winter and then let half the eggs spoil during the hot summer your in these sales Make our office your headquarters months? Last year in the warmer porwhen in town, tions of the country almost half the eggs leaving the farm were unfit for food. This was in addition to the large Item of the eggs lost and spoiled outright by the hens laying In the weeds and grass and in inaccessible places. W. H. Davis Auct. Phones 7 and 76. Chanticleer is responsible for a large percentage of this loss. Fertile eggs begin to Incubate at once in hot Should be Engraved or weather, and the loss in spoiled eggs can be reduced at least 73 per cent by Embossed nowadays. promptly getting rid of the roosters as soon as batching eggs are no longer It reflects good taste and wanted. j ! 208. Commencing September, 2 st, county court day, we will on tock County Go A KJGblKs Each Court w hold Live Stock Sales, consisting of Horses, Mules, Cows, Hogs, Sheep, Cattle, Mule Colts, etc, at our city Stock Pens, on 2nd. Street I has high feeding value, about equal to well cured; hence the importance of handling the crop properly so as to retain the leaves. This, in common with alfalfa, pea. clover and other leguminous hays, should not be put up in unprotected stacks. If necessary to stack cover the top and sides with canvas or boards. The best place to store is In the closed mow or barn. It should be handled as little as possible after curing, for there K danger if handled carelessly of losing the leaves. Soy beans Intended for seed should be allowed to ripen well and may be cut with scythe, mower or bean harvester. ?onic harvest the crop with grain binder and others with corn harvester. Both of these machines, however, shatter the beans and cause con, siderable loss. AVhen cut with a mower without windrowins attachment the plants should be removed at every rouutl out of the way of the horses, for if trampled upon a large percentage of the seed will be shelled out and wasted. After cutting the beans are allowed to cure in windrows or bundles and are hauled in as soon as dry. Trovided the regular grain concaves are removed from the machine and blanV concaves used in their place, soy beans may be thrashed without much Injury with the ordinary thrasher. The thrasher cylinder should be run at less speed than when thrashing grains, whiie the separator should be run at the usual rate of speed. To accomplish this a larger drive belt pulley is used and n correspondingly larger pulley on the opposite end of the clinder. The beans should be stored in barrels or shallow bins or spread out on a floor, where from time to time they can be shoveled over until they are thoroughly dry and hard Later they may be safely stored more compactly. The dry beans will keep nicely for several years when not exposed to the elements. They can be fed whole to pigs and sheep, but for general ue it is preferable to rack or grind them. Tests have shown that it is ofteu necessary to niixthe beans with corn or peas to grind them into meal, as the beans are too soft to granulate well alone. Too larse quantities- should not be ground at a time, as the high oil content will cause the meal to heat and turn rancid, making it unfit for feed. alfalfa if The undersigned hereby gve warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful st extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elan:. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney W. G. Anderson John M. Farra J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. B. M. Lear. S. C. Henderson, W. S. Embry A. J. CaddeU, H. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. J a. G. Conn. Sarah J. L. Hackley. W. B. Ray. S. L. Rich. J. C. Morgan. We will add other names for 25 cents cash. Official Directory Of Garrard County. POSTED The Garrard Bank & Trust Company gviwSSSs? 64 &t . I- - i dsfe 2S r r:. METAL SHINGLES Arc Stormproof - They interlock and overlap in such a way that the hardest driving rain or sifting snow cannot possibly get under them. Besides this they last indefinitely, ar.d never need repairs. Another jioint They're very reasonable in tirt cost. You can learn all about them frbm Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, 50 North 23rd Circuit Judgt CommonueKltlid JTuU. 1'ui.rie" A. Circuit Clerk William B. Mn.-oMaster Commissioner W. H. Broun Trustee Jury Fund Beiij. i KoMn-- o OHlcial Court Stenographer MIj Sne Mie'bj Mason. er. .ttoniej IIhuIui. Hon. Kjnrnei Pur- - Street. PhibdelpMa. Couuty Judge C. A. Arnold. County Attorney G. C. Walker. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Uarry Tomliiiion. Coroner J, A. Jones. Sheriff C A. Kobiiison. Deputy SLerlff Grorge T. liitllard. Snperiuteiidant oi schools MlsJeuuie Hig gins. Assessor Dae Sanders. Deputy Assessor E. B. Kay. 4? .1 Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed o Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment cf Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Hcrbs-- 45 Days Treatment. $1.00 25c Dakota Jack's Cow boy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Crema Soap. Price 10c. 3 bars Bb!F Sf3" '; Jailer Dave Ross. Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer J. W. Elmore. MAGISTRATE-,- . Jobs J. X. White 1st, Dist. Logan Isou 'nd. Disi. -- jpiJfliEMSH rJK&B5gn62fcMll The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR OF Jgll&UEgHH iEifc. f.fenJHJElB jv ftpfljjSi jjT S. Helm Srd, Dist. James Coldlrou 4th. Disr. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Tnomps Arnold. Jr. 1st. Dist. .IX ON C. C. & SALE AT J. E. Stormes and R. E. 3!cRocers. J U.H 3IcMurtrj.2nd.DI-t- . PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS - O. J. Uendren. "rd. Dist. . Thomas V. King, 4th. Di6t. CITY OF LANCASTER. Mayor I.. G. Da idon. City Judge J. P. Prather. City Attorney J. E. Robinson. AWELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box of our sparkling ginger ale, orange scda or other of our carbonated beverages. If you have not yet tried any or all ot them you don't know what a fine treat you have been missing. Dcn't keep on jand ' missing it. Order a box commence enjoying vourse'f. to-da- CltyClTk F.G. Hurt. City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer W. F. Champ. Chief Police L. E. Herron. COUNCIL.'! EX Danville Ice & Goal 60, DanvilleJty. Personal Stationery Parker Gregory. VI". SI. Zanone. Dr. J. A. Amon. J. H. Dalton Sam Cotton. W. O. Goodloe A Please Take Notice that they be paid for AT ONCE. I Are Yob a Woman ?I Lancaster tling CO. We Write Anv Kind of BotPhone, 202.. The profit on School Books is so small, we cannot afford to charge them and while we have done so in a few instances to accommodate pupils, we must insist at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. fhe Kind You Have Always Bought m Cardoi f INSURANCE The Woman's Tonic THE Office at National Bank. Sfc -- k McRoberts Drug Store. Central Record. Bears the Signature of c& FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS J. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. A. BEAZLEY Fhone 27. CO. y F4 ,fiifi' V. c.,A.1t- - .,: . The Central Record, Thursday Sept 2 1914. Of Page 9 NEW b SHI 1914. I NEW GARAGE OPEN MONDAY, SEPTEMBER News L The Churches. PROPERTY LIST. 'win Beginning at 9:30 o'clock a. m., on Wednesday, Sept. 30th, at my farm one mile south of Stanford, on the Somerset pike, will sell at public auc tion the following live stock 28. 225 Head of Cattle consisting of 180 yearlings and Steers, 45 head of Cows and Heifers, 45 Brood Mares, all bred fo Jack and Horse. 35 Head of 8 Work Mules, 16 Yearlings Mule IVlules and "10 Head of ings the best equipped Garage in Central Kentucky. Expert Machinist in charge. Bowser Gasoline Tank. We have in our new building and new furnish- and Colts. Lancaster Motor Car 1 Co 5 Nice Draft Horse Colts. Stock: 3 Aged TERMS: 4 Head of Jack A, V. DOUGLAS, Mgr. Jacks and 2 yearling Jacks; 9 Jennets, all bred. Herron Bldg. Stanford St. All stock will be sold on 12 months time, purchaser giving negotiable notes with six per cent interest from date of sale. SUBSCRIBE FOR Dinner on the Grounds. S. H. Baughman, I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. STANFORD. KENTUCKY The Central Recoil, $1.00 Per Year. Students Writing It We are teaching "The Machine Way in Shorthand" to an intensely interested class. And we want you to see these students write on this machine. "The Machine Way in Shorthand" is called Stenotypy, and is written on a machine called the Stenotype. The Stenotype is one of the Four Great Machines that are saving the most time today in business. You have seen its method advertised in the great national magazines. Now come and see, in an actual demonstration, what "Machine Shorthand" is and what it is doing. See what it enables the average young man and woman to do in stenography today. any Stenotypist as accurately as by the one who wrote them notes which are read as easily a year after they were written as the day they were taken down. issue. Ownprs of farms who want to sell should see us at once. 270 acres of land, located near Coy on Kentucky river. In high state of culti vation, 105 acres in grass, 85 acres in bottom land producing corn every year at shipping point on river, large, splendid residence, store room and other necessary out buildings. This farm produces well and is one ot the be3t bargains on our list. Price 75.00 per acre. 176 acres within one mile of Paint Lick on L & N R. R. with good im provements, land lies well and i3 fertile within mile of graded ychool. Worth the money asked $106 per acre. 85$ acres of land on pike J mile from Jilt. Heiiron good village 9 miles from Lancaster, Mrs. Rebecca Holtzclaw of Lexing- first class land, good improvements, 10 room dwelling, well watered. In the ton was with her sister Mrs. E. F. famous "Camp Dick Robinson" section. Scott a part of last week. Price $125.00 per acn Mr. Dennie Scott was with his brother 1 hree cottages at the low prices, Mr. Houston Scott at New Richmond, $1800., $2000. and$210O. Ohio a few days last week. 200 acres good land, near Bryantsville A Sunbeam Society was organized at well improved, large tobacco barn. If this church Sunday afternoon with you want a money maker see thi3 farm. about forty children present. $70. per acre. Mrs. A. S. Dean and son Irvin left No 491. 185 acres of high class land, Wednesday for a month stay with her 2 milps out. 2 large tobacco barns, per son Mr. Harvey Dean and family in III acre, $120. Mrs. Chas. Duncan and children were 493. Cottage and 56 acres of fertele with her sister Mrs. Vom Noris near land, large tobacco barm, all but 9 Bryantsville Wednesday and Thursday. acres in grass, on pike in one mile of Price $120. per acre. Misses Eulala and Vesta Montgomery Lancaster. entertained a number of young people No 494. Several pieces of splendid at their home at Lock No. 8. Saturday city property for sale. evening. 496. 100 acres of land, J mile from Mrs. W. L. Grow and daughter Lucy Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles spent the latter part of the week with from Lancaster, good improvements, her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph large tobacco barn, well worth the Rogers at Danville. trice of $100. per acre. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Scott and little 497. 222 acres of fine land near Lanson Raymond Woodson of Cincinnati caster & Lexington pike, splendid spent last week with his grand-mothat $90. per acre, Mrs. E. F. Scott snd sister Mrs. Wm. 493. 63 acres, improved, near Paint Onstott. Lick Graded School at $95. per acre. Mr. Navlor of Marion Co., and Miss 499. 73 acres of rich land, right on Hallie Barker of Locust Grove vicinity drove to Lanoster on last Tuesday and pike, well improved, 2 miles of LancasMay the ter, priced at $120. per acre and is were united in wedlocK. worth it. richest blessing attend them. No 501. 45 acres, new house on pike, Miss Bettie Scott gave an entertain-itnentatth- e near Bryantsville. Price $4,000.00. Bourne school Saturday No 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from evening, which was much enjoyed by all present. A neat sum was realized town limits of Lancaster on Lexington which will be used for the benefit of Avenue, unimproved, beautiful building sites, a bargain at $150. per acre. the school 503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile from pike, fertile land, highly improved BKYANTNV1LLE lies well, splendid water, susceptible of division into two or three farms. $95. Mr. Luther Brooks was in Lexington per acre. several days last week. 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from Mrs. W. B. Halcomb has been visit Lancaster, large tobacco barn, one other ing relatives in Jessamine. beautiful level building site fronting pike. $110. Der acra. Mr. G. B. Rose is at home after business trip to Owsley county. For further particulars write or call Mrs. G. B. Rose visited relatives at on Hughes & Swinebroad. the real estate men. Lancaster. Ky. Winchester the first of the week. Mrs. R. K. Swope entertained a num ber of relatives at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams spent Friday in Lexington and attended the races. Mrs. Sallie B. Welch is in Richmond ON visiting her daughter Mrs. Sam Death-erager The revival at the Christian Church has become a great power for good. The audiences are large and full of interest. Evangelist Brown is preaching splendid sermons, and by his genial spirit and happy manner is making many friends for himself and the cause of Christ. H. Paul Arnold, the leader (if song, is proving very capable, and acceptable to the people. He is directing a great Chorus that render fine music fur each season of worship. The church is taking great interest in the meeting and splendid results are expected. The spirit of cooperation and good fellowship prevails. There have been several additions and many others are seriously concerned in the matter of salvation. Services each day at 2:30 p. m. and at 7:45 at night. oaooaooooooooaooooooooooooattoi CARDS. niiwieiiooiiMif I Purchasers get the benefit of oar 10 years experience in the business. are you going to get a First Class Look for other bargains listed in next WHERE Hair Cut and Shave Blocking Hair a Specialty. We are here to stay. The old reliable barber on Richmond street. Henry Duncan. A. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. Good Service. Prices Right. 354-A. Phone Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Rainey -- s Livery Stable. -- Lancaster. - - Kentucky E. W. Morrow, Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed Graduate Optician and THE NEW Opposite Post Office. Barber Shop Bath In Connection. J. E. Seale,Prop Fine John Cut Flowers For Every Occasion M. McRoberts. W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220 Office Office Hoars a. m to 12. 1 p. m. to I. ttMi -- Hi Lexington tree; 33- - IT. "WiLLTKR DENTIST. Lancaster. Ky. BLUE GRASS FARM Phone 65. FOR SALE at 10 H. e. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. 315 Colleges Are Teaching Stenotypy Stenotypy is being taught today in 315 business colleges in every important city in the United States. Thousands of students, having investigated it, are now learning to take dictation this way. We are teaching Stenotypy because its principle is fundamentally sound and right because W. S. Ireland, the inventor, an expert Court Reporter, spent nine years in perfecting it before he announced it and because the Stenotype and Stenotypists have gained a permanent place in business. Writes Plain English Spelling Here is a system that enables you to write "shorthand" with great speed, accuracy and ease. For Stenotypy is simply plain English spelling with the silent letters dropped. The Stenotype writes it in plain alphabet tvpc the kind you learned when you first went to school. Not one of the usual shorthand characters is used. So there is only a little to ream about Stenotypy that you don't already know. Learning to write it is mostly a case of learning to write on this simple machine, which embodies only 22 plainly stamped keys. Come see the Stenotype before you enroll anywhere else. We teach both the "Machine Way" and the "Hand Way" in Shorthand. Come decide which you want to take. m STENOTYPE The The Fastest Writing Machine in the World Weight, Only 8 Lbs. accurate writers and unusually fast, for this machine permits accuracy and speed with ease. And their services, therefore, command higher salaries than are usually paid for stenographic work. Students of Stenotypy upon graduation are getting a premium price for their services. Because they enter business with a degree of efficiency that is not attained by the ordinary beginner. Come See It Today Call at our offices today and we will demonstrate Stenotypy and the Stenotype. We will show you why so many students are studying this system. We will show you how you can write on this machine. You are not obligated in asking a demonstration. Bring your mother or father with you if you wish. You will see in this system of taking dictation some great possibilities for a good start in business and future apid advancement. t So come see the Stenotype. Learn for yourself why it means higher efficiency and better salaries. and Master John Gallaher were in Cincinnati a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dean and Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy motored to Frankfort Tuesday. Mrs. John Johnson and children of Nicholasville have been visiting R. K. Swope and C. C. Be,cker. Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk, Misses Anna Lee and Marguerite Woolfolk of Lexington came ever Friday and spent the day with Mrs. E. H. Ballard. Messrs J. C. Williams, J. Hogan Ballard. J. H. Boner, C. C. Becker and Noah Marsee Jr. attended the Banquet at the Phoenix Hotel Wednesday even ing given by the Bankers Association. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis are showered with congratulations upon the arrival of a handsome son Sunday morning. This is the first baby in the home and is being royally welcomed. He has been named in honor of Mr. Davis' father, Newton Dickerson Davis. There will be a free lecture illustrated with moving pictures on "Tuberculosis" at the Methodist church Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock by a member of the State Board of Health. Everybody is cordially invited to attend. The Prevention and Cure of the White Plague being discussed. Mes-dames Miss Anna Kay Jenkins Thursday, October 8th o'clock a. m. at public outcry one of the best Blue Gras3 farms in Kentucky. I will offer for sale Faint Lick. Land will produce Tobacco, Corn, Wheat M. K. Denny and . A. Wheeler Hemp or any other crop. Well fenced Doctors Of Dental Surgery. and well watered, four natural springs Office: Stormes BnlldingoTet Hnrt i Anderand one fine pond on the place. Farm son's Furniture Store. is never without an abundance of water LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Locust posts on the place enough to amply take care of it. Young orchard now bearing. Farm is 2J miles from Richmond on good pike and in splendid neighborhood with schools and churches convenient. 294 Acres All in Grass. f J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer LANCASTER KY. Twelve Room Dwelling On The Place. One of the best frame dwellings in the county and in excellent repair. Splendid cistern at the door. Office Phone 27. I will sell the above in two tracts of Residence Phone 3 about an equal amount, and then as a whole, the way bringing the most money will be accepted. d cash, balance on TERMS One-thir- Possession terms to suit purchaser. given January 1, 1915, with privilege of cultivating prior to that time. For particulars address Victor Bogaert Go. Leading Manufacturing M. F. ENRIGHT, Phone 91-Richmond. Ky. Long Tom Chenault, Auct. 5. Jewelers 133-13- & Importers West Main St. -:- 5 Lexington, - Kentucky. Millions of Business Men Now Know The Stenotype and Stenotypy are now being advertised to millions of business men every month. Soon every business man who hires stenographers will know what Stenotypists can do. New York, Brussels. Belguim. HOW TO BEAUTIFY THEHA1H A Simple and Inexpensive Home Method. Better Salaries There are today in business thousands of successful Stenotypists. They are He will know of these legible Stenotype notes which can be transcribed by Danville Business College. If your hair is not pretty; if it is losing its color, too dry, matted, falling out, or if the scalp itches and burns, you can overcome all of these conditions by using Parisian Sage, which supplies every hair need. It soaks right in to the hair roots, nourishment that is needed for the hair to grow not only long and heavv, but fluffy, soft lustrous and gloriously radiant. You can get a bottle of this inexpensive, yet delightful and helpful hair tonic from R. E. McRoberts or at any drug store. Improvement begins with the very first application. Besides stopping the scalp irritation it removes every bit of dandruff. The use of this unequaled hair tonic will surely give your hair new life and beauty. A Neatly Engraved Visiting Card THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. Is Strawberry TREES Plants Phlox, Etc. Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agta CENTRAL RECORD H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Nurserymen since 1841. .'fi.t "! - .. .fe'jtjyt .. w-, ; PcXgU 10 No. 1 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 24, 1914. COLUMN -- 4 Seed wheat for sale Hervev & Woods, Paint Lick, Kv- i oooof ooooo.nccimouujcooi; ! FARM'S ripcc t'M-- OPENING GUN Iwlow chli honing Is for the exclu-iv- e nte o(nr farmer iilmcrlber. nnd Is for tliWKS on grmii mid the tn.e of LOST September 16th a black year:he irin-- r cxunm Mffo'd lu adver- ling heifer. Any information will be Irm N'o notlre will . uier four tise o lw,nol the appreciateed. line. ".1 ulll lie only in - of cIimEe Wm. Anderson, Marksbury Ky. htinJi fr-- 1 have i acre of sorghum that I want made on shares or will pay for having made. J. A. Conn, Jr. 200 bushels barley for sale Walton Moss. 50-- Good apple vinegar for sale. E.M Grow, Phone Mr. J. G. Burnside, near Point would like to graze about 20 cattle on a fine piece of grass for 30 days. He also has 3 Ky Red Berkshire boars, Leav-ell, New Autum Styles Now Ready UNDEMOCRATIC i, CAMPAIGN luot GOv. nrmu in aumtrati NtAi MONDAY. Btckham.-Senat- or James And Camden To Speak. weight sale. 100 pounds each that are for For Rent For 1915. James I. Hamilton has 60 good ewes, he will sell on one years time. I have two good houses, tobacco and 1,000 bushel of seed Barley for sale. corn land for rent to responsible people. Call office phone 160 or residence 153. Teams and tools furnished, if so desired. A. F. Sanders. For other information call on Sweeney Morgan. R. F. D. No. 4, Stanford, Ky, Mr. G A. Morgan, of Spainey, has 300 bushels of nice seed rye for sale For Sale him. Write A farm of 113 acres, five miles from Write desfarm. Lancaster near Buckeye pike on good O. Wearen, Route 3, road, stone house with with eight Lancaster, Ky. dirt rooms, new tenant house on place with three rooms, 2 good tobacco barns. Bud Pollard has some nice sows and Good land for hemp, tobacco and all bargain. pigs he will sell some one at a grain. If interested call on, Dave See him quick if you want a bargain. Anderson, R. F. D No. 3 Lancaster, Ky. Mr. W. T. West has a good Southdown buck for sale.' Wanted a cription. stnV.I Fos Sale;-- A 9 months old. No. 1 Short Horn Bull IF BUSINESS IS DULL TRY AN ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN J as. Sutton, Marksbuy, Ky. ctrayed from my place about three weeks ago, a dark red male shoat weighing about 75 lbs. Jas. N. Denny. R. F. D. 1. IT WORKS WONDERS A Great Library For the Blind. The library for the blind in London rontains S00 volumes. An average volume in ordinary type makes ten or fifI believe I have the best Southdown and 2 of teen volumes when prepared according buck in the country, for sale, to the Braille system for the use of the best Duroc boars in the world. blind readers. Thus the Bible makes F. Robinson. J. thirty-fiv- e bulky volumes. Among the books in this library are all the best Wanted; 4000 tobacco sticks. English novels as well as many hisWalton Moss. tories and biographies. fljlFit tho Ardffi) J I JJJ Come in any day now, and you will find us in readiness to show you thoroughly complete selections of all the new things for Fall. Assortments surprisingly extensive and varied. Ready-to-wea- r, dress accessories, piece goods of every description and correct footwear are assembled in styles bearing the favorable acknowledgement of fashion, and in the same high grade, dependable qualities that have established for this store a reputation for reliability. The commendable feature of the new styles displayed here is their practical adaptability to the ideas of refined, genteel dressers. Styles that will pay tribute to the good taste of the woman who wears, them, and reflect credit upon your judgment of quality and value. The Democratic in campaign Kentucky will open in Somerset on next Monday the 23th injt. The meeting will be presided over by Gov. McCreary. the key note speech will be made bv Gov, Beckham, while Senators James and Camden, Judge RollaHurt. n6minee for Judge Court of appeals and Nat B. Sewell, nominee for Congress will be amr.ng the speakers. A mighty effort is going to be made to C3rrv the "bloody Eleventh", and it is claimed with good prospects for success. A brass band will make music for the occasion, there will be excursion rates on the Q & C, and a record breaking crowd is expected. MAY RON FOR AUDITOR. Col. Woodson May, of Somerset, Democratic State Central Committeeman from the Eleventh congressional district, who was in Louisville the other day attending the meeting of the State Central and Executive Committees, said that while he was not ready no make a formal announcement for State Auditor, he was seriously considering making the race, and was receiving much encouragement from various section of the State. Colonel May has been a recog-niza- d party leader in the Eleventh dis trict for many years, and is also well known in other sections of the State. He is editor of the Somerset Journal, one of the papers in the State, and is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Kentucky Press Assoca-tioHis entry into a State race wonld add considerable zest to the contest. Colonel May is a native of Perryville. Boyle county. Louisville Times. n. A No. one Kentucky wheat drill good as new, for $20. If You Want to Sell ADVERTISE. If You Want to Buy READ THE JTfiE FARMERS' OPPORTUNITY (W. P. Walton.) Theforeigner3 extremity is the American formers' opportunity. Agriculture is practically suspended in most of Europe on account of the farmers being enlisted in the fighting armies. They have to be fed, and it falls upon the farmers of this country to furnish the supplies. Most everything that the farms produce will be in greatdemand, and in behooves the producers to make every acre possible contributp the maximum. Wheat and corn especially will be in great demand, and as the former crop is soon to be sown he is wise who will sow the largest acreage he can. Intelligent farming has improved the yield and the quality of crops, while decreasing the farmer labor and toil in producing them. With increased acreage and improved methods there is hardly a limit to the possibilities for the farmer, and with the market that the European armies will supply, his opportunity is such that rarely comes in a life time. Now is emphatically the time for the farmers who are in debt to lift the mortgages on their holdings. Wheat has jumped up more than 40 cents since the beginning of the war less than two months ago and the price continues to soar. It may not go to 1.50 a bushel, but there is a prospect that it will. Un fortunately increased receipts are usually followed bv increased expenditure the feeling of come easy go easy, generally prevailing. If, however, economy without parsimony is observed there is no reason why the American farmer may not soon be rolling in wealth and feeling a little above the less fortunate people who have to come across with the increased price of all farm product. The Climax would impress upon the farmers to increase their acreage for crops, work them intelligently and be in no haste to market them, and our word for it, they will have money to lend and not a borrower be. There is little prospect for peace, but if it were to come soon, the demand for foodstuff would continue for some years. Be wise and take advantage of an unusual opportunity now knocking at the door. Climax. Train or Wife? "What's your hurry, old man? It's ttrly yet; the night Is youn?," said one at the smoker. "I know," said the suburbanite, "but y wife Is sitting- up for me, and If I miss the last train I shall catch it." Ladies' Home Journal. J. T. Henry. For Rent; For year 1915. with seeding privilege this fall, 150 acre farm with good five room house. 30 acres wheat. 20 acres corn. 3 acres tobacco, rest in meadow and grass. Fred J. Conn. Lancaster, Ky SALE;-Barre- New Pall Suits in Immense Variety Not only are the new suits semi-fitte- d herein vast numbers, but in widely diversified styles. There are Very Thoughtful. Mrs. Cornier (on a tour of inspection through her friend's house) Gracious! d Plymoti Rock eggs. Why do you have such a high bedt forFor your little boy? Mrs. Ilouseler bo we Mrs. J. A. Hubble, can hear him if he falls out. You R. R. No. 1. Eubank, Ky. have no idea what heavy sleepers my For Sale; Farm of 23 acres, two and husband and I are. Chicago News. Grapes and Wine. half miles from town on Buckeye pike. Most people think white grapes make New improvements. Price and terms white wine :ind dark grapes make red reasonable. wine. It is a popular error. Red wine C. A. Wearren. Lancaster.' R. R. no. 3 Is made by fermenting grape juice and grape skins together, and white wine Mr. W. M. Smith, of Point Leavlle. Is made by fermenting grape juice has 23 head of steers that will weigh slone. from 700 to 1000 pound, he wishes to sell at 7 cents. suits with the much favored Reeingote Coats; others wich Paddock Coats, also belted models and styles. All represented in the leading materials and Autumn shades. Exceptional values at the following prices. $18.50, $22.50, $25.00, $29.50, $35.00, AND $40.00. NEW STYLE DRESSES of Charmeuse, Satins, Crepe Meteors, Broadcloths and Serge iri the new I basque effects at $12.50, $15.00, $19.75, $25.00 and up to $65.00 New Autumn Footwear. For Women, Misses Children Our fall stock of Shoes is now complete and embraces every new style from the very best makers. Woraens Shoes A New Fall Nemo. For Every Type of Figure. Every woman, no matter what her build is may enjoy the comfort and luxury of a NEMO. There is a model for every type of figure. We have expert Corsetierres who will guide you to the model best adapted to your form, and fit and adjust it in a thoroughly scientific manner. Be sure and select you: Corset before having your fall gowns flitted, for a fashionable figure is the secret of an attractively dressed woman. Nemo Corsets at Bon Ton Corsets ai Bon Ton Front Lace models at and For Sale: A few more extra nice white Leghorn hens at a reasonable Mrs. Jno. O. Doty, price. Marksbury. Ky. Crystal White Orphington pullets for sale. Ready to lay. $1.00 each. J. T. Preston. Camp Nelson. Ky. For Sale. will have eight yearlings and one two year old mule at the stock pens in T. W. Conn. Lancaster, Court day. 1 $4, $5, $2.50, $3, $3.50 & $6. ' m H I have about 10 three year old mules which I will let out to reliable parties to break. Also have 100 shoats to feed S. Morgan. or sell. A nice southdown buck strayed from V. A. Lear's last week and was last Mrs. Jay McGee, of Steph-envilTexas, writes: "For nine (9) years. I suffered with womanly trouble. I had terrible headaches, and pains in my back, etc. It seemed as if I would die, I suffered so. At last, I decided to try Cardui, the woman's tonic, and it helped me right away. The full treatment not only helped me, but it cured me." le, If Misses Shoes Jm V Children's Scnool Shoes $1.50, $2. and $2.50. We absolutely control for Danville the sale of three of the very highest grades of Shoes for Women made in this conntry, and sell them at prices much less than asked in the large cities. New "Spat" style Button Boots in Patent Leather cloth uppers, at S5.00 New Gun Metal Button Boots with cloth uppers $3.50, $4. "Baby Doll" low heel Shoes in Patent and Gun Metal at $4. M $3. $4. $5. $3.50 and $5. Corsets, newest c& Will LASTICURVECK SELFREDUCING TAKE $3.50 and 5.00 seen around town. Any information wi.) be appreciated by its owner. J. M. Cress, Preachersville. Ky. Phone 330 G. Mr. A. T. Traylor, of Lincoln, has 24 head of good sheep and an extra good Shropshire buck for sale. Write him at once for they are in demand. Card The Woman's Tcnio Cardui helps women in time of greatest need, because, it contains ingredients which act specifically, yet gently, on the Welsh & Wiseman DANVILLE, KY. (Bo. ForSale; -- One yearling horse colt, S' 4 also a good family mare gentle for children to drive. Jno O. Doty, Jr. Marksbury, Ky. LOST: Between Preachersville and Lancaster, last Saturday, a United States tire, 32 x 4. with rim attached. Please return to Record oflice, or Jones Anderson, Preachersville. Reward. weakened womanly organs. So, if you feel discouraged, unable to blue, Af irrtiir finttcAfmlrf wrrr ln uv JU .IVUOWI.U... ,,..., w. account of your condition, stop worrying and give Cardui a trial. It has helped thousands of women, why not you? E-Try Cardui. ts. 71 Monday is Court Day, and while you are in town we wish you would come around and pay us that dollar. i J Our SEED WHEAT has been cleaned by hand fan and will please you. It consists of HARVEST KING and YELLOW FULTZ and is virtually free of Cockle. We can furnish rye either recleaned or as it comes from thresher. If you do not want the best Timothy Seed, better not buy ours for we only have THE BEST. Come in and lets talk over your Coal requirements. We can save you MONEY if you will not delay. We also have a supply of COKE. Ballard's Obelisk Flour always pleases. We have it in Cotton Sax and Barrels. Si : Lancaster, Ky. HUDSON & HUGHES. Phone 26. La :a':'r ' ;r -- V