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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 1, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914100101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 1, 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. V THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. TWFNTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 1. 1914. Come to Moores closing out sale. NUMBER 26. Hischof's for quality at Josephs nufced Please hand us that $ THREE SPLENDID GENTLEMEN FORM PARTNERSHIP To Continue Well Known Business Stand. TOBACCO SOLICITORS IN THE FIELD. WE ARE !ai TO nimmmm.immmmm Q.immnvj-jm- S15. Suits 7.00 at Moore's. You are invited to the HEADQUARTERS FOR THE FAMOUS Avery Disc S"Mp jetesskssss: arrow Get our prices be- Farmers are beginning to "fatten Mr. Charles W. Anderson has accepttheir meat hogs". ed a position with the Walnut Street If you want bargains come to the Tobacco House in Danville Ky. and will look after their interests in this county. closing out sale at Moores. As many Garrard county people who Remember the 8th. episode of the have sold their holdings over the Dan"Million Dollar Mystery" will be shown ville breaks know, this is a splendid at the Opera House Friday Night. house, and the addition of Mr. Andermore son to their efficient corps of employees Fall vegeatables were never our people are assured of a square deal abundant, and cantaloupes and water offered in the and the best prices the market affords. melons are yet being market. COTTON GROWN The mercury dropped down to the half hundred notch last week, but the IN LANCASTER. watchful observers have as yet failed to report any frost. This statement sounds incredible, but it is nevertheless true. Mr. R. The present abundant crops and high Zimmer, proprietor of the Kengarlan is a splenprices they are commanding Hotel eas several stalks of cotton in did argument in favor of the "back to his garden in the rear of the hotel, and the farm" movement. he showed us a boll fully developed, The frugal man fills his coal house and apparantly as good as ever raised early against the near approach of in the state of Mississippi. Of course winter, thereby saving several cents it would take one more experienced to say whether or not it was of the long per bushel upon the supply. or short staple variety, but it did apMany an old sport brought back his pear to be perfectly good cotton. childhood days Sunday morning by seeing the erection of the circus tent. HIGH HONORSloT "Took the children out" of rfourse. The fields aie at present resplendent YOHNG HAN. in their covering of "bee weed" or the Hon. W. C. Black of Barboursville, bor.nie white heather, here and there who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. interpersed with the stately golden rod. O. Rigney last week, and who accomGroceis take a gloomy view as to the panied the Lancaster Masons on their canned goods maiket during the coming Liberty trip, is comparatively,' young winter. An unprecedented quantity of man to occupy the exalted position fruit and vegeatables has been "put which he holds in Masonic circles, that up" by the thrifty and far seeing of Grand High Priest of the Royal Arch .Masons ot Kentucky. Mr. Black will housewives of the county. retire in October, his term of office exTraders are scouring the country side in search of stock for the city markets, and it would seem that the supply v ould become exhausted. However, they dig up a load somewhere and shipments go out from here each week. piring at that time Mr. Black resides in Barboursville and is one of the most prominent coal operatois m eastern Kentucky. He is a pleasant gentleman and an ever welcome visitor in Lancaster where he frequently visits. Messrs Hugh T. Logan, Sim Anderson and Harry Tomlinson have purchas ed,the assigned stock of H. T. Logan and will continue the business at the old stand. These gentlemen need i.o introduction to the people of Garrard county, and that they will get their ihare of the business goes without saying. Mr. Logan has been in business in Lancaster for over twenty years and is one of the most popular gentlemen in the county. Sim Anderson has been with Mr. Logan "ever since he was a boy", and that is a long time ago. while Harry Tomlinson is the popular deputy clerk under county clerk Will Hamilton, and has issued enough marriage licenses to assure him the best business in the county, would all to whom he has issued them patronize him. It is rumored that his final official act will be to issue one to himself, but those who know him best doubt it. These gentlemen are going to be strong contenders for the business in their line of this and adjoining counties. I Malleable Range g I EXHIBIT OCTOBER 5th to 10th. I Meet the I. Malleable Lady. Sp.p. the B Malleable 1 Man. Buy a Malleable 3 Range. A lunch will be served during the en- - 5! ,rdJ a, m t is EL I a, S3 H3B BSaSWRWSHSW CAPT.W.W.BROWN ROUNDS OUT FIFTY YEARS, Honorable Service With L. & tire week. Remember the date Oct. 5 to 10. Also Wheat Drills and Fer- - N. M Capt. William Monroe Brown of Lowell this county has resigned his posi tion as Section Foreman for the Louisville & Nashville railroad, the company has granted him a comfortable pension and he will spend the remainder of his days in peace and quietude, well earned. Capt. Brown went with the railroad in 18G7, when the ties were down only as far as Lowell, succeeding his stepfather the late William Monroe as Section Foreman, and he has been with them ever since, through summers sun and winters snows, nighc and day, he has given them faithful service, and now in his declining years the company in recegnition of his faithful services, have retired him with a pension sufficient to make his last days, days of comfort. Counting the over time Capt. Brown has made, night work, wreck etc. he has been with the company exactly fifty years. Capt. Blown is one of the most sub stantial and highly respected citizens in the county, and throughout his long career his employers have never had occasion to find fault with him, and he retires with their unstinted respect and good wishes. Capt. Brown recently sustained a severe blow in the death of his faithful wife, and this with the weight of years which are beginning to tell upon him to some extent, brought him to the conclusion to give up the arduous calling which he has so long pursued. He is at present with bis Mr. John Tribble, where he will remain for some time. son-in-la- si tilizer, right. li Wholesale 2nd Retail HARDWARE. HOD IMinilrEHfrE rsrErrHJlirg, ,Oi ,fHP- - BrBijgrgiarfrfasio. 1L fore you buy. They are LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. Those eccentric comedians, dancers the (Black Mutt and Jeff) of Minstrelsy Vermont & Hellman with Coburn's Greater Minstrels next Saturday at the Opei a House. They are only one of the six big vaudeville Minstrel specialties featured by Manager Coburn this year in his all new attraction. Seats on sale at McRoberts Drug Store. r 3 "" 3C I am now ready with a full line of 0 SECOND SESSIOTOF MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS. The second session of moonlight schools begins October 5th, and this bids fair to be belter than the first session, for most of the teachers who gained experience in the first session are just ready now for good work. Al so the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission is better equipped in the matter of supplies and in their drills on good roads, health, agriculture, domestic science, etc. Any teacher who desires supplies or information will please write the Kentucky Illiteracy Commis sion, Frankfort, Ky. Also, all who ara teaching or who propose to teach a moonlight school should write this Com mission, at Frankfort, and get credit for their work. TJfillineris jCades Suits C--' FARMERS BUSY. Thest are busy days with the farmer plowing for wheat, winding up their tobacco crops, filling the silos and get ting the cover crops in the ground. Much rye, and barley is being sown, and in some instances these crops are showing an inch above the ground giving promise of rich fall grazing. and Coats to offer to the public at HALF ITS VALUE. I must reduce the stock before RICHLY DESERVES IT. n 9 Mr. Len Miller, the efficient foreman in the Record office, has moved into his recently completed bungalow on Danville street. The residence is one of the handsomest bungalows in Lan- November 1st, when I give possession. Call in and give me a chance to show you some bargains. SENATOR CAMDEN WILL R. r REWARD TRUSTEES. Senator Johnson N. Camden writes the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission from Washington that he will give 50. to the Trustee who, in the judgment of the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, aids in making the best moonlight school in the state. This prize will be awarded on reports of campaigning done by trustee to secure attendance at the school, on the trustee's own attendance, and other activities which the trustee may perforn toward making the school a great success. There is yet time for any trustee in the State to compete for this prize. The second session ot moonlight schools begins October 5th, and thousands of such schools will open then, while many oth ers will continue their sessions already begun. Senator Camden sent his check to the Commission and the prize will be in the hands of the trustee by Thanksgiving. Senator Camden alsos writes his hearty endorsement of this movement, which he is watching from Washington with interest. Brown. 3C caster and Len is as happy as a big sunflower. The work was done by James Hood the well known colored contractor and is the second attractive house of this style that he has built on Danville street in the past year. LANCASTER TER NO. CHAP- UDC in he iJ 56, R. A. M. MAKE TRIP TO LIBERTY TO EXEMPLIFY WORK. Three automobiles with Messrs Milton Elliott, Tom Chestnut and Charley Dean at the wheels left Lancaster last Friday morning carrying Grand High Priest W. C. Black of Barboursville, and Messrs W. O. Rigney, J. W. Sweeney. J. Rockwell Smith, F. P. Frisbie, Joh'i A. Conn, A. T. Anderson H. V. Bastin, Henry Simpson, J. T. Chestnut and George Smith, Jr., iwhile the crowd was augmented by Grand Secretary Dave Jackson at Stanford. They were headed for Liberty where they conferred the four degrees of Roy al'Arch Masonry upon a class of ten candidates as follows E. Moore, Minister M. E. Church, C. T. Claunch, Minister Baptist Church, A. S. Jeffries Minister Baptist Church, E. L. Cundiff, County School Superintendant, A. A. Allison, Principal Liberty Graded Schools, W. T. Earle, lumber agent, W. M. Minor, International Harvester Co., E. C. Russell, proprietor Green River Wooler Mills, J. P. Conder merchant, J. H. Reed, barber and F. O. The candidates Barger merchant. were as representative body of men as we ever had the pleasure seeing apply for admission to a fraternal organization, and with such new material. Liberty Chapter should certainly prosper. A.11 of the Lancaster crowd were delighted with the reception they received at the hands of the Liberty people, Casey county hospitality is not new to them, and they are ever ready to go there. However, upon this occasion the programme was varied somewhat, after the work, we were given the pleasure of hearing excellent talks from G. H. P. Black and Sec. Jackson and a number of the candidates, after which the good ladies of Liberty surprised us with a sumptuous banquet, prepared and spread in the corridor of the court house. The tables were laden with the most toothsome viands, and demonstra ted fully that the good ladies of Casey are as expert as the. men at the art' of caring for the stranger within their gates. lwwt wm&&imim&zmmfiK LANCASTER OPERA HOUSE. GIVEN A HEARTY WELCOME. UP-TO-DATE Gents Furnishings Merchant Tailoring, Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes Big hearted "Jim" West ran into Lancaster for a few davs to see his mother Mrs. Rebecca West, and was given a hearty welcome by his host of friends. Jim is with the Western Oil Co. of Indianapolis Ind., one of John D. Rockefeller's most formidable com petitors. He is one of their most successful and valuable salesmen. He is at present located at Maysville Ky, but will shortly return to Lancaster for a visit of two weeks. SATURDAY, OCT 3rd. J. A. COBURN'S GREATER BIGGER, BETTER THAN EVER. MINSTEELS CARD OF APPRECIATION. Nsw Goods Arriving Daily. All carried over stock including good line of Ladies Coat Suits, Coats and Dresses may be bought at half price, for cash only, to make room for our New Goods. We invite you to see us. Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson Burned with grief and looking to God alone for consolation, we express the gratitude of our hearts for words of comfort and the many helping hands JOE KELLY WITH LEXINC-TO- N irom iriends and relatives, in this our hour of greatest affliction. INSTEAD OF LOUISThe sweet song service, the minister's thoughts, so tenderly expressed and the VILLE CONCERN. beautiful flowers, caused us to feel that the harmonies of heaven were being The Record's informant was incorrect realized on earth. in telling us that Joe Kelly would be M. D. Hughes and family. with the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co. Joe will solicit for the Lexington GETTING TOBACCO HOUSED. Tobacco Warehouse Co. soliciting shipments to the Planter's house, and durThe farmers had another splendid ing the season will be in the house and week of tobacco cutting weather last will give his personal attention to the week, the frost holding off, seemingly shipment of his customers. in order to give them everyopportunity to cut and house their crops, and the That splendid musical minstrel vaudeoportunitv was taken advantage of to ville feature "The Imperial Musical the greatest extent, with the result Hussars" with Nicodemus Glynn the that at least 75 per cent of the crop is funniest man in minstrelsy as comedian safely housed. However, late set to- with Coburns Greater Minstrels next bacco is not fully maturad and the Saturday night at the Opera House. growers are awiting just as long as Mr. Glynns comedy and musical ability possible before cutting it. His is too well known for comment. Representatives of the various ware- latest offering is the above sterling houses throughout the country are musical feature. Among quartette of Btirring around "getting a line" on the ferings of Saxaphones, brass and string crop, but the farmers have grown a numbers interspersed with "Nicks" little more optimistic as to the outlook comical capers of brand new vintage and are not inclined to sacrifice their these musicians give a chuich organ holdings, even were there any offerings, number, 'an imitation which is a beautiwhich there are not, but on the other ful and novel selection featured in their hand, are growing more confident that clever act. This ia only one of the all they will realize good prices ultimately new attraction features Manager for their holdings. promises for next Saturday night. Co-ba- rn 30-PEOPLE-- 30 BAND AND ORCHESTRA. BEAUTIFUL SCENIC 13J5EMBLE "Neptune's Palace The Nyads" Land of OF THE SEA) (AT THE X BOTTOM rjS?REET PARADE Prices 35cts, 50cts,-- and 75c!s. Children 25c Reserved Seats at McRoberts. AND, BAND CONCERT. .ei .- -- Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Oct 3tlG 3ME 1 1914. -- rfF ftUTUMN EXCURSION SUNDAY, 3G lEfcv NEW PROPERTY LIST. KIICKKVK. Mrs. Abe Burton spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Robt Long. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitaker spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Burton were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown have returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville. The Fashion Shop has removed to the Store room adjoining the Opera House on Richmond street. Miss Minnie Pearl Brown was pleasant visitor of Misses Sallie Lou Teater and Ethel Ray Saturday night and Sundav. p...., ......,.., DAIRY i'iiQ WISDOM. OCTOBER 4th, 1914 Last Excursion of the season to HIGH BRIDGE KY. 50c Round Trip from Junctson City Tickets jjood Roinp: only on Train Xo. 8:40 n. m. 22, leaving Junction City October 4. Good returning on Train No. 21, leaving High Biidge at 4:lo p. m. Sunday October 4. :t i 1 rn Ask Ticket Agents for Particulars. if -- im , di f ii NEW PHONES iMae3a0iafcfci- New Phones That Are Not Listed In The Directory. Cut out ami U- ate on face of Directory. Ros. Res. Res. Res. -J 5 .'!-1"I-KiH-- .o-- J J '7-- H ;' Arnold. Ashby Ilratton, Jim BurnskJe. Robert Cecil, T. E Cummins. W. C Disnon, Gee Dnlton. Purchasers get the benefit of our 10 years experience in the business. Look for other bargains iisted in next issue. Owners of farms who want to sell should see us at once. 270 acres of land, located near Coy on Kentucky river. In high state of culti ration, 105 acres in grass, 85 acres in bottom land producing corn every year at shipping poir.t on river, large, splendid residence, store room and other This farm necessary out buildings. produces well and is one ot the best bargains on our list. Price 75.00 per acre. 17(1 acres within one mile of Paint Lick on L & N R. It. with good im provements, land lies well and is fertile within I mile of graded .school. Worth the money asked $105 per acre. S5J acres of land on pike J mile from good village 9 miles from Lancaster, first class land, good improvements, 10 room dwelling, well watered, In the famous'Crmp Dick Robinson" section. Price $125.00 per acre. Three cottages at the low prices, $1SOO., $2000. and.?2100. 20U acres good land, near Bryantsville well improved, large tobacco barn. If you want a money maker see this farm. The pure bred cow carries a great 'possibility of reproduction of the qualities of her ancestors. In her the power of heredity predominates because she Is bred for that particular line. Every one who l interested in dairying is not necessarily a dairyman. The folly of keeping low producing cows should be so apparent that such cows would bo shunned as thieves and robbers. The way to secure a good dairy herd is to breed it and produce it on the farm rather than to depend upon purchases every season. NEW i e (tIRAGE OPEN MONDAY, SEPTEMBER m The silo and dairying always go together. The silo, when rightly used, will help to make the cows more profitable. 9 r m Res. Res. Res. Res. '. Registered Hereford Bull SEASON 1911 I $70. per acre. , i2 '' '.. '".l A -- 1 Vi-- K ' J"2 J17- "- Masonic Club Francis. John ...Dry Cleaning. Two miles from Lancaster Goines. Mail; Res. Richmond pike. Johnson, John Res. Re.-- -. Jones. Mc D R. E. King, W. 0 Room. Kolley. Walter Res. Long. Robert Res. Lunsford, 'diss Eliza Room. Lancaster Bottling Co Moore. Frank . ... Dr Good-- . WCT." T Robinson. J. H Fraud. Goe Service $2.00 Cash. on the I HENRY. 4&:i. Cottage and 5(! acres of fertele land, large tobacco barm, all but i) ' acres in grass, on pike in one mile of i Lancaster. Price $120. per acre. : j i:S Xo 494. 490. Xo 491. 1S5 2 large tobacco barns, acres of high class land, per Several pieces of splendid city property for sale. 100 acres of land, J mile Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 Mrs. Wm Pointer is on the sick list. Geo. Scott sold a hog. to Win Harris for $19. Johnnie Elam has gone to Whitley county. W. H. Furr bought a hog from Author Ball for SG.S5. J. Ii. Miller bcught from Ren Duncan 2 hogs for $1S. Will Lawson has rented J. H. Millers farm for the year 1915. S. A. Hammonds bought a hog from Mr. Mitchell for 9 cents a pound. Sam McQuerry bought a pairof work mules from Mr. Ap Price for $250. Mr. Wm Radford and Miss Susie Renfro will marry Wednesday Sept U0. J. H. Miller has rented the HortonJ farm of Mr. Grimes in Lincoln county forthe j ear 1915. Rev. A. C. Baird has gone to Knox county to assist Rev. R. B. Tye in a protracted meeting. o WEED OUT LOAFERS FROM 28. DAIRY HERB We have in our new building and new furnish- Picparcil by dairy division. Vnitiil States department o agriculture I J - Montgojsery. 12-- J. F J. E Res. Res. W.c . !:.-s- sL.r J ii McWilliairs, Dr. -; HcWiiliams. Dr -J Sclwoler. J. S. "7-- y Smith, V. A .:i- - Tillett. Miss Sallie r Walker & Rich :4J- - Walters J no 2-- . Res. Res. Res. Res. Res. Res. .i iTi-i.-!)- .', VT- - Wood.- -, W. Ii .r--a- hv"!"-.;m- :::...t''..ii ":.!'. ' re Ecosios from miles from Laneabter, good improvements. large tobacco barn, well worth the trice of $100. per acre. 107. 222 acres of fine land near Lan caster & Lexington pike, splendid im- proveinents. at $90. per acre. 49s'. tl acres, improved, Lick Graded School at $85. per acre. S acres of rich land, right on 409. pike, well improved. 2 miles of Lancaster. priceJ at $120. per acre and is worth it. Xo 501. 45 acres, new houeon pike, near Bryantsville. Price $4,000.00. Xo 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from town limits of Lancaster on Lexington Avenue, unimproved beautiful building sites, a bargain at $li",0. per acre. 50:!. 215 acres, on good road, 1 mile from pik". fertile land, highly improved r lies well, splendid water, susceptible of division into two or three farms. 95. per acre. iu4. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from Lancaster, large tobacco bare, one other beautiful level building site fronting pike. fcllll. per acr-- . For further particulars write or call on Hughes & Swinebroad. the real estate men. Lancaster, Ky. ilAKKSItl'Kl'. W. Swope and little son of Danville have been visiting Mrs. B. K. Swope. Mrs. J. The Fashion Shop has removed to the Store loom ail joining the Opera House on Richmond Street. Mrs. Xelson and daughter, of Lebanon have leturned after a vioit to the f amil of Mr. T. D- - Chesnut. Miss Mary Chesnut and Mr. Tom Chesmit motored to Lexington Sunday for a short visit to their sister Mrs. Jno. Woods. Rev. Mahan began a series of meeting with his church at Alt. Hebron Monday evening. Rev. Dotson the State Evangelist assisting. At the meeting recently held at the church at this place by pastorMahan and Iter. English, of Beraa, there were IS ad ditions 1G of whom were baptised at Kings mill on last Sunday afternoon by the pastor. The work of utiiie the dairy herd I most intereting and produces many surprics. Many of the finest appearing cattle will be found to be the poor est producers, while some of the animals thought to be scrubs vill be worthy of a place iu the constructed herd. No time should be lo- -t in of the unproductive cows. A market 1:141 readily be had for tho'-iu good condition, while the money received for their sale can be most wisely expended by purchasing a sire and two or more dams of a dairy breed. These new animals should no; be purchased without first knowing their record of production. If the tiiue, labor and expense of car ing for the poor cows in the dairy Iieul were utilized in the care of the better animals the results would be wonderful and the profits manifold Think of caring for half the number of cows in your herd and getting twice as much profit from their maintenance. I'very cow should be given a thorough test under the ni'xt favorable conditions, and, if then found wanting, the sooner she Is disponed of the better. Xo cow should be condemned before testing, for the animal that lacks ntantity yielding may product? milk containing a high percentage of fat. Many cows th.it once weie great producers may now have p.issed their use- g ings the best equipped Garage in Central Kentucky. Expert Machinist in charge. Bowser Gasoline Tank. I Lancaster Motor Car Co Stanford St. m (3 Herron Bids:. " 'lIT'l !S - A, V. DOUGLAS, Mgr. $ al' i..r.7.-....- n -- " T-- " f 7 - yS f-- 1 -- ' tt ft i,s?fti.lvw 111 . PAINT ui;k. I c& "ww Would You Like To Be The Washer iman iHt t:y. Soap ard water fade . ii the garment. You can sare our garment and -- ave you money by i rtmittinjru to dry clean your clothes. N""t a drop of water is used, although the uirt and stains are removed as by ..g'c. Try us once. i'.itt.-- r . BoihjnlUse andrCost CALUMET BAKING POWDER muu F iv ASS FARM Q ON Miss Jejfiette Eldridge spent Saturday in Lexington. Rev. C. S. Eilis is holding a protracted meeting at Wallaceton. Mr. Ii. X. Beazley was a visitor iu E Thursday, October 8th at lti o'clock a. m. will otter for sale at public outcry one of the Blue Grass farms in 1 wa' 'j ' iu and tl'.i e.--t k y u could imiKe smled io for another season? better work. And it does Sim- ply follow your customary method of preparation add a little less of Calumet than when tisinjr ordinary baking powder. Then Kentucky. btt 294 Acres All in Grass. Land will produce Tobacco, Corn, Wheal Hemp or any other erop. Well fenced anu well watered, lour 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 24 miles from Richmond on good pike and in splendid neighborhood with schools and churches convenient. Twelve Room Dwelling On The Place. 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 watch the result. Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co LoriS FAULKNER, Mgr. i'none 2.W. , Light, fluiiy,and evenly raised the baking conies from the oven inoretempting. tastier, more wholesome. Calumet insures Inking of an expert. the Asl: , I & lldtJ eras ors jKfc 39 jour grocer today. Received Highest Awards World' Pure Food Expos! ticn, Chicago, lllinoij. about an equal amount, and then as a I whole, the way bringing the most money will be accepted. d TERMS cash, balance on One-thii- Your Farit Exposi tion, rrancc. .March, 1912. terms to suit purchaser. Possession given January J. 1915, with 'privilege t of cultivating prior to that time. For particulars address . ' M. ..... Phone 91-5. .. fi". TT.NRTfiLWT , .V-i- N 'CTftsK'NSr CMtCA- Richmond Ky. - Long Tom Chenault. Auct. against Ton oonU tare coney when yon buy cBc&p or lij-ci- a balucf powder. Don't be muled. Bay Calicntt. It's more economic! mare wnoiesomefirei foeitretlu. I Luunet is ur rupenor to tonr milk and t oda. Hail, Now. I It costs no more to' Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or ' Are Yon a Woman ? I protect it from the start, than to waiti later on in theseason.' Insure it with I 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 initial cost of a silo is what stops a great many farmers when they are urged to consider the eeonomy of the silage method of feeding the corn crop. on Richmond street. From .00 to Sl.ouu may bo spent 'n a I will pay the highest cash prices for silo, the stae silo to hold a hundred all kinds of produce. tons coining close to the smaller figure W. F. Parks. and the best types of monolithic silos of sixty feet heights costing the larger .Mrs. A. B. Estridge. Misses Ethel, sum. Pit silos can be built for less Emma and Lucile and Mr. Roy Estridge than this, the main cost being chiefly motored to Lexington Tuesday for the labor, which the owner may contiibiite day. himself at some sl.ick period. Miss Hallie Royston was hostess at Ration For a Dairy Bull. an elaborate dining on Friday in honor A very good grain ration for a bull of Misses Martha and Bettie Paxton of Is a mixture of equal parts by weight Stanford. of ground oats and bran, s.iys Hoard's Misses Martha and Bettie Paxton, of Dairyman. If the dioppings of the Stanford, were the guests of their Animal seem somewhat dry, from a half to a pound of oilmeal may be cousin Mrs. E. L. Woods, from Wednesfed daily. A bull weighing from 1.500 Saturday, day till to 1.S0O pounds iu service will require The seven young men and women, from six to eight pounds of the grain In connection who united with the Baptist church mixture mentioned. during the recent meeting conducted with this let the animal have all the by Rev. Beagle, were baptised Satur- alfalfa deired. day afternoon in Paint Lick creek by When to Feed Silage. Rev. C. S. Ellis. The silage may be fed just as soon A box supper will be given in the as the silo is filled. It is not necessary school building Friday night, October to wait for it to ripen or to cure, but if 2nd, the proceeds of which will go to there Is an abundance of pasture you may you wish. It is We one wait as long as make purchases for the school. of the most convenient and easily your assistance. need Let's have Jdaptable feeds that can be found plenty of baskets, lots of good stuff in them, and the boys will come across. Come early and maybe we'll have a free program for you before the boxes MAJVAJVA Js Spanish For are sold. Lexington the past week. Mr. E. C. McWhorter and family, spent Tuesday in Lexington. Miss Xannie Conn is out again after a piotracted spell of illness. Mrs. Mary Fox, of Danville has been the guest of Mrs. James Francis. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Woods spent several days in Lexington the past week. Mrs. B. M. Lear is in Middlesboro, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Reid Lear. About eight couples of young people diove to llerea Sunday and spent he day. Miss Eliza Rucker has returned from a visit to friends in Louisville and Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hammack and Miss Eliza Rucker motored to Lexington the past week. The Fashion Shop has removed to the store room adjoining the Opera House The IIo.-Ut"w is pro'.Mn .!! lier iiu iht! f.ivnr an tcunonm )1 proiiu- . kntiwt tiu of irilk .iiul hittie! sl.e 1? the nlmirn-- . front laiilt. she is uneiu ih of the HolMem in l.cr specialty. The pure l. i! Hol.-tei-n .irM ! uas shown owned by the I'tilversity of Xiv. !" " 111 a sern lav test she pounds of milk containing fouiit.n pounds ot buttr fat when but iw months of am ear.ind "i irifir .s 111 IndL-eil- . i bil EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We buiid 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. 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' $1.00 Per Year. r&y Ujlty. r. . - ,c y. - ;Aa 3-2 . iL- -- The Central Record, Thursday Oct KENTUCKY WOMAN, SUFFERER FROM STOMACH ILLS, QUICKLY RESTORED Copj right. Mrs. Belle Hawkins Uses Mayr Remedy-"Nev- er 1, 1914 Page 3 always will. They had $4,000 insurance but with that the loss will exceed $3000. Since the moonlight school movement was inaugurated here several months ago, there is probably no other county in the state that has taken more interest in it than Lincoln county. Schools are being organized in all sections of this county by our best teachers. The most effective moonlight school that has been organized so far. is the one at Rowland, one mile east of here, by Mrs H. D. Phillips and Miss Annie McKinney, two of theStanford Graded schools best teachers. They have enrolled about 20 pupils in this school from the age sf 25 to 55 years. There will be much good derived from these schools. No little excitement was created here last week, when it was learned that Mrs. W. F. Dishon. who left here for Rochester Minn, had not been neard from since she left Louisville. She wa3 on her way to undergo an operation under the Mayo Brothers. She went from here to Louisville where she had written her husband telling him that she would soon leave for Rochester, and he never heard any news until Saturday when he received a letter from her stating that she was taken ill on the train and was taken off at Ontaria, and was there Mr Dishcn was very much alarmed, thinking that probably she had been in a wreck. The Overland Trail Bv M. 10U. QUAD Llt-eia- Which Was Which? By by Associated rj merit with the first dose no long Tress EUNICE BLAKE Felt Better in My Life." treatment. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy In the old days br the Overhaul trail the pony express anil the lumlwtiiu stagecoach stage st.itiutib li.nl liven erected at u ilist.mtv or liftwn uii't apait tlnoiihout the length or the whole trail. After the Ui- -t thirty miles from the Misouri rier no co.nU was safe from attack until it reached San Francisco. The Indians could not use Ore as a weapon, nor could they carry n station by assault, but they captured many of them by trickery or siege. In no case was the life of a company employee ever spared. Never were greater hardihood svud bravery exhibited than by the men selected to drive the coaches. As the stage tolled through the heavy sand of some strips of deert or met several miles of stony and uphill trail a hand of a hundred yelling warriors would suddenly appear. The driver must tight as well as guide his excited team It was when the Overland company finally appealed to the government o clear Its route through r was sent Kansas that General out with a brigade of troopers. Custer couldn't hope to strike a telling blow against the hordes In the Held, but he laid his plans to open the route aud drive the Indians back from it. As we followed the trail to the west we picked up station after station, showing grew some sights. Custer's whole command witnessed the arrival of the last stage from the w est the last for svv eral weeks. From a hilltop three miles from the trail, with impassable gullies between, we saw the coach come up the trail with 100 Indians pursuing it. It was a run ning fight, which aioused eery man to the highest pitch of excitement, but we were helpless to extend aid. Through the dear air of a summer afternoon w e .saw the stage horses shot down and the eoich overtaken The passengers nude a brave tight to the last, but none of them escaped. It was night before we had made our detour and reached the statiou. and the in dians had departed long before. The.v had captured the station two hours be fore they attacked the stage. If this station had failed to hold out how would it be with Paw nee Flat, the next station to the west, and with "White Horse, the ne.t after that? The first was a four man station aud the next a relay of eight. As we rode away through the night not a man had the slightest hope of Pawnee, though we knew it would have been defended as long as one of the four could lift a gun. We reached it at about 1 1 o'clock. It was as we had feared. Over 1201) Indians had swarmed down out of the hills at daybreak the morning before, and. though they had lost a score of men. the dugout had been can led by assault and Its defenders butchered We waited here half an hour to give the poor corpses burial and then push ed on toward White Horse. It was not until we got within two miles of the station that our fears were relieved. Then we heard the reports of rifles and knew that the place was still holding out. The station was situated about mid way of a long, bare hill. To the west of it was a coulee, or dry ravine, with banks twenty feet high. We had with ns a couple of scouts, w ho knew every rod of the Overland trail, and when within a mile of the station these men were sent forward to spy out the sta tion. They returned after awhile to report that Spotted Horse and about 150 of his "dog soldiers." as the Chey ennes were called, were laying siege to the station and had evidently occu pied the ground for two or three days The ground around the dugout was so open that the Indians dared not Tush" the place, nor was there any show to use a keg of powder without reckless exposure. With their allies holding the trail to the east, the Cheeunes had en tered upon a siege In hopes to starve the defenders out. Their war ponies and most of the band were Ijing up in the dry ravine for the night This ravine had no opening to the south and was therefore a enl du sac. The first signs of dawn were in the sky when vve saddled up. mounted, and the whole of us pushed forw.ud. led by the scouts, for the mouth of the ravine We had the Spencer carbines, each with a full magazine, aud as we got the order to charge e: ch iii.ui iiegau shooting When a carbine was empty it was thrown away and a revolver used in its place. When the revolver- was empty It was cast aside for the saber extended from li.mL to bank, we swept up the ravine, and we had nothing to do but kill. Taken by surprise, the Che.v ennes thought only of getting away The tight did not last above thirty minutes, and our loss was only three men wounded Down in the ravine we harvested seventy-eigh- t dead Indian, and on the banks above the stage men counted up twenty-twmole. We got upward of 100 rifles, about r0 pistols. i:so poules and a wagon load of miscellaneous stuff Every Indian lying there was a dead one. Custer had s.iid. "Shoot to kill!" and there was no wounded or prisoners. Among the killed were Spotted Horse. Big Moon and White Bird, and that fight broke the backbone of the Cheyennes Their part In the war was to capture all the stations west of Burning Hill, but they had taken only Pawnee Flat. They never rode to war again. Within a week the.v were sujng for peace, and they were the first to be gathered on a reservation Cn-teo Mrs. Beile Hawkins, Eminence, Ky., , clears the digestive tract of mucoid ac-- I was a victim of stomach disorders. She cretions and removes poisonous matter. I took a great deal of treatment and It brings swift relief to sufferers from ' apart" "Lucy," said I.ucinda. "I don't believe iour Bob or my Dick can tell us ailments of the stomach, liver and medical attention. ! At last she tried Mayr's Wonderful bowels. Many declare it has saved Stomach Remedy and got real results. them from dangerous operations and In a letter telling of her experience manv are sure it has saved their lives. she said: Because of the remarkable success of "I have taken all of the medicine I this remedy there are many imitators, ordered of you and will say it has done so be cautious. Be sure it's MAYR'S. more good than all the doctors and Go to R. E. McRoberts drug store and medicine I ever tried. I don't really ask about the wonderful results it has think I need any medicine now, as I been accomplishing or send to Geo. H. Whiting 6 think I am well, I never felt better Mayr, Mfg. Chemist in my lift. If I ever should need any St.. Chicago. III., for free book on medicine I know where to get it." stomach ailments and many grateful That is a tvpical letter, taken as one letters from people who have been reMayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy in stored. Any druggist can tell you its all parts of the country. 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James Tribble delightfully entertain- - j lowing. ed a number of his school friends on If your hair is not pretty; if it 13 Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville. St. I losing last Friday evening. its color, too dry. matted, falling Lancaster, Ky., says: "I suffered a Miss Florence Given? and Gate-- ! out, or if the scalp itches and burns. great deal from backache and couldn't wood Beazley spent several days at ' you can ovetcome all of these conditions! sleep well. On several occasions mv j by using Parisian Sage, which supplies back became so painful and weak that Middlesboro last week, every hair need. It soaks right in to I was unable to do my housework Miss Margaret Hopper left last week the hair roots, nourishment that is Being advised to give Doan's Kidnej for Knxoville, Tenn., where she will i needed for the hair to grow not only Pills a trial, I did so, procuring a suppl' take a special Hi'4'h literary course. long and heavy, but fluffy, soft lustrous at Frisbie's Drug Store (now R. E. McRoberts & Son's Drugstore). They Mrs. Emmett McCormack of Hustons-vill- e and gloriously radiant. was the guest of her daughter. ' You can get a bottle of this inex- helped me from the first and I was Mrs. J, H. Woods the first of the weeK. pensive, yet delightful and helpful hair soon relieved. I gladly confirm what I tonic from R. E. McRoberts or at any said some years ago recommending Miss Cahrlotte Warren returned to ' drug store. Improvement begins with Doan's Kidney Pills." "Good boy! We'll do If" They returned to the library after Milford, Texas la3t week where she the very first application. Price 50c, at all dealers. Oon't Besides their smoke without manifesting the will teach artis in Texas Presb terian stopping the scalp irritation it removes simply ask for a kidney remedy get , slightest evidence that the.v had dis- College. every bit of dandruff. The use of this Doan's Kidney Pills the same that covered the ruse that was being pracFoster-MilbuBlain Nevvland of Dallas, Texas has unequaled hair tonic will surely give Mrs. Pumphrey had. ticed upon them. When the.v arose to returned after spending several dajs your hair new life and beauty. Co.. Props, Buffalo, N. Y. go Dick, bidding good night to Luciuda, offered the usual kiss. She drew back, laughing. He stood looking at her with well feigned surprise. "I'm not your girl; I'm Luciuda." she said. "Oh, come! You can't Impose on me in that way," said Dick. "You don't suppose I can't tell the girl 1 love from some other girl, do ou?" At this juncture Lucy, who in like manner had refused Bob a kiss, found It necessary to struggle with him. He pretended to take the matter in high dudgeon. Then the gills, both talking at once and both laughing, tried to explain that they had been placing a Joke on their lovers. Dick, who led the way for both, winked at Bob, then walked up to Lucy and took her in his arms, whereupon Bob angrily pulled him away. Dick, in a line stage pas sion, struck the man who had interfer ed with him, and a fracas ensued, the girls trying to part the antagonists Bob declared that Lucy was the girl he loved and he would have no other Dick veered around to his opinion, say ing that he believed Bob was right and. having engaged himself to the girl who wore the ring he had given her. he didn't propose to marry her sister Finally the two young men left the house, neither of their fiancees having received the usual parting kiss. The girls stood looking at each other They had some time before ceased to laugh. "This is serious," said Lucy. "Who proposed it?" "I, but I didn't think they would stupid as to mistake us permanently." "How are we going to prove which is which?" $ 1.00 The Central Record "Jlothcr'II have to set them right" "I'm not sure they'll believe even 1.00 her." The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The next day Lucy called up her Dick on the phone The Farm and Fireside, Semi-Month- ly "Dick." she said, "I'm Lucy." To-Da"Which Lucy the real one or the .50 Magazine, Monthly one whom It was attempted to foist on me last night?" Boy's Magazine, Monthly "Why, I'm the real Lucy I wore Lucinda's ring." .50 Household Journal and Floral Life, Monthly There was a click, then a silence which Lucy could not break. She Total $ suggested that I.ucinda call up Boh and try to appease him. Luclnda did so and, by promisiug that he and Dick might choose for themselves, secured his promise to call the same even ing and bring Dick with him. When the two men called each girl wore her own engagement ring. Never before has such a remarkable group of leading publications been offered in combination with "Now, which is which?" said Lucy. Each man walked up to the girl he TheCentral Record. Each one is a leader in its chosen field and goes into the homes of millions of satiswas really engaged to and gave her a kiss, which she received willingly. fied readers. The girls were much relieved. The Why not make home life really attractive by providing good literature that can be enmen refused to admit 'that they had changed rings and that each man had joyed by all the family? We have especially prepared this combination to meet these not passed the evening with bis flan-serequirements, and all at a price within reach of everyone desiring the very best. But after awhile they told the story of their collusion and. having This offer is open to all, both old and new subscribers. If you are at present a subscriber to any of the been roundly scolded for Joking on so serious a subject, were forgiven. above send us your order, and your subscription will be extended from the date it expires. I I . I rr "Not in the dais,. was the reply. "Nor in the light Suppose we change our engagement lings and see If It doesn't fool them. I'll exchange my diamond solitaire for your sapphire. We dress alike, and Dick has said that we look more alike than any twins he has ever known. The only difference in any of the things about us is our engagement lings." "We can try It anyway." So the girls exchanged lings. It was Saturday, and their lovers usually called on that evening. Lucy's fiance came In first, and Luciuda went down to receive him with her sister's dia mond ring on her linger Bob Brackett ai rived half an hour after Weatherbee. He was shown, as usual, into the library, where be found Lucy with her sister's sapphire on her finger. He, too. was deceived. The pair had notbeen long together when Brackett and Luclnda came into the room where they were "We've been discussing the wed ding." Brackett said, "and there are points we must talk over witli .vou two. How about the ushers? Mull we limit the leception to relatives or make it geneialV A number of such questions were taken up and dNeussed The girls soon dropped their li iih is oet of the argument, deliberating with each other Dick winked at Mob and s liil "Let's go and have a smoke. Bob We don't i omit in these wedding plans " The .voting men went to the smoking room, and Dick said to Hob. "Seen in join girl?" Why do joo as':?" "No "Thej'ie putting up a job on us. it wasn't Lneitid i v.lio received you; it was Lue.v ' "You don't mean IV." "Yes. I do. I found out that Luciuda was with me b talking with her When I mentioned something that only Lucy knew she was dead iguorant of it. But I didn't let on 1 pretended still to be fooled Now I tell jou what we do When the.v laugh at us for being fooled we'll declare we're not fooled at all. You cling to Lucy, and I'll do the same by I.ucinda " here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Newland. Jesse D. Warren was in Louisville Mr. and Mrs. Wm Beck have returned home from Three River, Michigan last week. the guest of their Middles-bor- o where they were J. L. Beazley spent the day in daughter Mrs. H. E. Thompson. Sunday. Col. S. T Harris. .1. S. Hocker. A. Mrs. Joseph Coffey has been quite 111 T. Nunnelly. W. M. Bright. W. G. for several days. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rice attendMiss Florence Beck left last week ed the State Bankets Association at for Chautauqua, N. Y. Lexington last week. Mrs. Will Stone and Mrs. M. A. Stone W. P. Kiucaid, who is one of the are visiting in Louisville. best known tobacco men in the state Mrs. W. It. Rice of Liuisvilie is Jthe will be with the Danville Tobacco Ware gnest of Mrs. Susan B. Yeager. house Co, this year. This Company is Miss Rose Buckner of Lebanon has quite lucky is securing his service. been the guest of Mrs. Susan B. Yeager. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coffey, who S. Albert Phillips of Lexington has have had charge of the Veranda Hotel returned afteJ spending several days here for a number of years, leased it to Mr. John Hubble of McKinney, who here. has taken charge and is keeping an up Miss Sallie Eubanks is visiting Mrs. to date hotsl. Thos. Eads at Crestvvood, Shelby R. C. Watkins of Maywood, four county. miles east of Stanford, received a mesJohn N. Menefee, Jr.. is able to be out after a very severe attack of sage Sunday from Mrs. B. H. Watkins stating that his brother, Capt. B. H. tonsilitis. Watkins of Porter Stagg of Lexington is the accidentally the U. S. army, had been killed at Hawaiian Islands. guest of friends and relatives in the The message did not give any particuwest end. lars. He was 39 years old and had been Mr. and Mrs. Morrison Bright have in the regular army for 17 years. It is returned from their wedding trip to not known whether his remains will be Louisville. brought here for burial. Miss Margaret Warren left recently One of the largest fires that has been for Columbus, O , where she will teach in Stanford in about a year, occurred this year. here Saturday at noon, w hen the large Mrs. O. P, Nuckols of Pineville. is concrete warehouse of J. H. Baughman the guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. and Co, burst out in a blaze. The fire Hays Foster. had gained such headway when discovMrs. Jessie Statrtr. is the cuest of ered that nothing w as saved. This is her daughter Mrs. Will Stagg at the second warehouse to burn on this site in two years. The origin of the Hustonville. Mr. and Mrs. George Phelns of Rich fires remain a mystery ami probably mond were the guests of Mr. Bettie fowler Sunday. Mr. Henry Welch, of Texas is here HOW TO BEAUTIFY THE HAIRl to spend the winter with his sister, j j Mrs. Mary Owsley. A Simple and Inexpensive Home Method, I STANFORD. HAPPY WOMEN. Plenty of Them in Lancaster, Reason for It. and Good Wouldn't any woman be happy. 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"I like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy better than any other," wiites R. E. Roberts, Homer City, Pa., "I have taken it off and on for years it has never failed to give the desired results.' For sale by all deaiers. Please remember our agreement with these publishers is limited, and we reserve th right to withdraw this offer without further notice. Therefore, OUR MOTTO IS, take advantage now while the opportunity is afforded you. We can conscientiously recommend this offer to all our readers and feel satisfied you will be more than delighted with the investment. It is impossible to send sample copies, but we advise, however, that they may be seen on display at our office Call or mail all orders to The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Oct 1 1914. 9 9 O A. B L r IhhH .w ySjik H Our New Fall Clothing and Shoes are now in the house and we have sizes for everyone. We are proud of our selections for the fall season and are sure we can please you in your new fall outfit. 6 .. lm un .mu',u Jlimj iiiii'ikhmmimiwi Men's Fine Suits, Newest beioy bhoes For K Af) djl C nn (go $ Bo3Ts Norfolk Suits, Newest and at . J' Ladies, New Fall Styles at . . . vpO.OVJ' Patterns, Guaranteed all Wool at M k styles, guaranteed all Wool . best V HmiQP V rvr i - . fc na If irr The Central Record Issued Weekly. INCCBPOIiATrD. $1.00 W.. ECTOR LAWSON a year. attevnoon when it became that Mrs. Martha Elkin Hughes, wife of Mr. M. l Hughes had University, lias decided to enter State last. ,. breathed lit-- r KEntered at tl.e l'o- -t Often n College for one year before going to . ,.-. l "II ttT. a KecoiKi-C. .,. . ,.. . the southern .school :.nd he has already , . .. till iici uauilllLCl-lll-ia- ... .... iviiiiuumiif; triculated at Lexington. . Mrs. K. &. Hughes. Mrs. Hughes was Member Kentucky Press Association t lr considerably shaken up by the machine Eighth District Publishers League. . WITp MjfW pSROO passing over a rough place in the turn pike, and she had been confined to her p LaBcaster, Ky., October 1, 1914. CHOOLS. bed from this cause, which however is not thought to have cnlributed to her - MT. T.M;t..!i. wlin T.V1MI!T1 - death, which wa the result of hem- ates For Political Announcements ed'fr0ni the High cimoi' li- -k .stjear, oirliige of the brain. or Precinct and Citv Uilices . . .S 5.')0 has accepted a position as teacher in j Shu...., before 4 o'clock on 'ast 10.00 "or County Offices the Midd!e.sboro Graded school and as-- I jurd.iy .lernoon. .Mrs. Noland Olfices 15.00 For State and District sumed tho-- e duties last week. Misa Miss Mae Hughes) ho has been con- .10 r'or Calls, per line Collier was a bright student and we , Stantly at her mothers bedsid since 10 For Cards, per line know will be equally as efficient as a her recent slight accident, had just; for all publications in the interteacher. irivinir hor n ImSli. had nronned finished- c- est of individuals or expresher up in bed and ictired to the dining sion of individual views, per ROBINSON. Editor. R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. rZ Jii-.i- J. Mr. Mr. Ector Lawson, Mrs. W. L I.awso. who r went to Xathville. Tenn.. to'enter Vanderbilt , ; $a li .' w rT-- r- mimij'i.iii!1-.i.i;- i iU PHI 'II II w.t-JV- ca , Ml IS ii Jib e9 Uiifa feH Ofe tn Kg Z&2 S3& jSSSTv. J? w in stock for your selection at reasonable prices. Step in our store and let us show you the new things for fall wear. cms? css&. yyv .mncssst i?.iiKSr 52 xbsu'TO&r a sssy -- JturJSsdU J-"..- - -- j&sesl. Lancaster, Ky. EN REVIVAL CONTINUES WITH MUCH INTEREST. TERS STATE COLLEGE. dsi'ican Saturday ' A feeling of deepest sadness ovc r- fit vrijLiiw tuiii.uuiiiLV. uii Kiel . . . . kn:iwn uneX-nected- lv r n, J The revival which beg.in at the Christian church on Sept. 17th, continues with unabated interest, the church being crowded at each service. I!e . Roy L. Drown, the evangelist in charge is a preacher of wonderful ability and many are being added to the church. The meeting will pmbablv close net Sunday night. Up to this i me about fifty have been i.ddeu to the church, both by confession and bv letter. . GREAT VICTORY rr-- FOR CAUSE OF PROHIBITION NINE OUr OF TWELVE COUNTIES OF In Monday's Election Vote "Dry". line Obituaries, per line 10 05 I V DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For u. S. Scnalor Long Term. J. C W. Backhaul, of Frankfort. Fcr U. S. Senatcr Sborl Term. aluable acquisition ' ,.,tM ,., I to the alreadv competent T corpsf clerk ;nf the Joseph e.Ub.hhment. reRlaln.s wwe jwillpiovsa verv her some ot some little delicacy which one of the neighbors nad just sent in. ACCEPTS POSITION. Upon her return, her mother complain- .' . . Wish Joseph Mercantile Co. "' "" oe,"B aulu lo KeL r "ream. and almost before the distressed daugh- The Joseph Mercantile Co., has ter could realize Mier condition, her secured tin services of Miss Eunice mother had breathed her last. Mrs. Prather one of the most popular sale-- i iiugnes nau never sutlered lrom any ladies in Lancaster, and she will be cerebral trouble, the first and only at- found in this busy emporium during tho tack causing her death. coming season. JIiss I'n.tner is very jn Sunday afternoon at 4 popular mrougnou. tne county ami funeral services wurt conducted the , MISS EUNICE PRATHER .u... ,c . aMV ., ... to K.ve WQn a i Tx. )jre SIm t() . :. ,Z"' The cause of Prohibition ill Kentucky yi Qn ,Bgt J)ond . pnnntind in t,e wheJ nine QUt of . ,, .. . ., ' ' columns of the 'dry.' Fayette. Hender An,W Knn nnf,.f;uu ...v tl. only counties in which a vote was taken which gave a majority to the "wets". In Fayette county the county and the city of Lexington both gave majorities to the liquor interest, the majority in the aggregate amounting to 3201. In Henderson countv both the countv and ti,,. ...... r 11.....1 .1. .. jjj tw ... ' V i i gk yvfe --&SK aTs. &$ixrl Ink E $ T TT IS M ott&a . T7 ..Aia&CsS m ft $k 3H3F' ti FH tS5uk rfSfeaBct h m f in tyUlll Udli PS &sr& Wk3 I UUo! uu. ?& & . , . . . ' their ,ast rMt. iui aaiuuna, w.uie in . "iT U '' county' iete5V- - Lawrenceburg precincts, together with 0t sorrowl.,,B McBrayerand Tyrone going wet by, ineiiua lumieu me luuerai procession 547, v.'hile the remainder ot the county Fsr Congress. in ins openi. g sptecn at Somerset, and ramparu of lovely flowers,, which K;lVe a dry majonty of 133. leaving a Governor Uec'.ham said: Harvev Helm, of Stanfoid. she loved well, bore mute evidence SCant majority of 31 votes for the. "Tlie chii-- f issue in this c:.mpaign is of the lv.- and Bixumm esteem in which she whUirv iu.,mU u iiucLiit.-- ' me (itfujjie 111 ncuiuci. was held j The nidjurities returned in Mondav's wun. a.iu poiuies 01 1 lesi- Tilings are selling ch.eapat Mooie-.- , ciiuuise i.ie uent wuson s itJininif-tiation- . a.arin.i .11:111 iluglies was born in election are as follows: Drvs. Bell 3S5. and See jiriees on adiis r.n! hildrens w.'iethei tney wish to adu or tooostruct Gnirard county on the 7th day ot April Bourbon 405, Boone 53U. Clark 815, ts further service and nivgiei;:. In hoes, at Moore' the daughter of the late Robert Carroll 527, Mason oJ3, Montgomery t .... iTi,!..il Ctnl.i.. tin. fl.i ti.,n ..f Read the iidf. of Logan, Anderson & Rtn!ilni. on.- - t'nr iIim vlim t.i,.rm mil bntl t Oily tlklll ind a member of the 210, Scott 313 and Sheluy iWJ. The , the other tor the and in the Elkin family, one of the oldest and most wet majorities are given above. romlinson. on first page. election of Representatives in the low- - influential in this part of the state. The results of Monday's election On the Uth day of February ISu'J she Tlie hummer wanes, the curious er House of Congress, en No ember means he elimination of 111 salcons Cnl, oil are given the opportunity of was unijed in marriage t Matthew from Kentucky's tranger atketb questions, and yet our expressing your approval or disapprovrapidly diminishing cannon remains unmounted. al of that administration, and also of Dawson Hughes, and to thi3 union was number. determining whether Kentucky's votes born three children. Robert E. Hughes The elections all passed olf quietly in the two Houses e. Congress shall of Louisville Ky, Mrs. Percy Noland, H1YL0R-M1- Y. and no serious disorder was reported uphold and assist the President during ia.e of Seattle Wash., but who will from any , . tne term, or snail be Els-iMis-Naior and Hobart May, usedremainder oi inse.nuarass lum ;n all W"Ke her luture home in Louisville and neld, and point where elections weie to ojipose ami there appears to have been iiou!ar young society people of the of hif important underttkinirs If vou Mr. Saulley Hughes of Lancaster all of very little ill feelingengendered through, Buckeye nighborliood sought the apiroe and endorse his administration whom survive her. Besides these out the spirted contests. and desire to give yvut assistr.nce to children and htrr sorrowing husband, ervices of Kev. F. M. Tinder on the work in which afternoon and were made man thengreat shouiifsupport it is engaged, she is survived by one brother, Capt. you the and wife by that gentleman at his candidates for tte Senate and for the T. A. Elkin, and one sister Mrs. Oseo lower House of Congress; for in that Huffman, the former living in this f.ome on Stanford street. wav alone, at this time, can you ex- county, while the latter lives in Louis- ' press your approval f it. or jrive any ville Ky. A BUSY MUSTER. aid and encouragement to it " Of the many good women of the War news continues to be vague, Kev. F. M. Tinder is finding most oft tvernr.r Beckham is right. The town and county who have passed to contradictory and wholly unsatisfactory. importance of this Campaign from a the us tim occupied nowadays. Aside Grtat Beyond, there has not per- reports from the Headquarfrom his duties incident to hi.s church Nation-i- l sUndiwint cannot be over- haps been one taken in late years The latest ters of the allies 111 both London and estimated. It involves the election of whose work, he is frequently and at all hours death has occasioned more wide-- 1 called upon to end the single cussed-les- s two Democratic United States Senators spread sorrow than has Mrs. Hughes. Paris indicate that the area of country for some young felbw who has whose votes are needed in the Senate Unobstrusive in manner, she yet joined covered bv the troons is so larue that the progtess made against the Germans found a life companion to share his to support th policies of President election of two Republic- - ' ! ,0V a,ne '"f,'ie"d" f a "eCeSbity faloW- - Heav' future lot. On Wednesday nfternoon Wilson. Pu C0" " all along the line with out any Bro. Tinder performed t:o ceremonies an Senators wiould be to taCt" T!'ro'J;h a !ifetlme sils;nt ' the decided victory for either side. within twenty minutes of each other, th li!nfr in .is State, and a rebuke "'.unuy sne was Known to a.., anu Late dispatches indicate that the to the President at this o besides ethers during the week. ' nsr Klnd una gentle manner led all Germans have begun their attacks up when lib needs the """'1 suppon . her. Th2 on J ' UIIU iCOCWt the first line of the Antwern defen- every Ijjai patiiotic Democrat in this t..u.w..-v,SAM RAMSEY Iff TOWS. most devoted of wives and mothers, ses. that thev have l Maliivs. nation. she yet in her gentle kindly way found have occupied Molles an important rail Marshal Sam Ramsey of Crab OrchPresident Wilson is showirg a per- many occasions to show some little way junction and are bombarding Ant ard, who was shot by Dud Shelton on sonal interest in the election of Governkindly act to those about her, and so werp. the streets of Crab Orchard a few or Beckham and Senator Cnmilpn It.. The Japanese in the far east are actweeks ago, at the same time the latter has urged Senator James and the Demo- - unobstrusive were these little acts that shot and killed Hon. J. Mort Rothwell cratic Members of Congress to do tile recipients could but believe that ively engaged in a movement by both was on the streets of Lancaster Mon- everything in their power to bring they came from the bottom, of her gen- land and sea against the German conday. Mr. Ramsey is yet compelled to about a Democratic victory in Kentuc- erous, kindly heart. A devoted chris- cession of Kiau Clio in Shantung prouse crutches. He is a former resident ky this Fall, and he has likewise ap- tian and a long and faithful member vince, China. China troops are said to of Garrard county and his many friends pealed to every friend he has in Ken- of the (Christian church, and a regular have blown up bridges and are resistwere warmly congratulating him upon tucky. If President Wilson could make attendant at the church services when ing the Japanese invasion of Shantung. his narrow escape and rapid recovery. an address in this State, it would prove her health would permit, surely she, if Reports from the Russian campaign of great value to the party in this con- any person ever was, was ready at the against Germany and Austria are that test, but official duties detain him at Master's summons, and it mattered not both armies are having a temporary JC-KECMWashington and grave National and if that summons came unexpectedly. cessation-ohostilities while getting Surely the Wm. McKechnie aged 56 years one International Mr questions engage his ing lived in world is better for her hav- their vast armies into position for a it. of the sterling farmers of the lower whole attention. Later in the Campaign The heartfelt sympathy of the com- resumption of battle and are preparing end of the county, died at his home he will make a written personal appeal demunity is extended to the stricken their lines for both offensive and near Marcellusjon last Friday night after to the voters of Kentucky, to stand by fensive operations. family in their sorrow, and especially a short illness of uremic poisoning. the Democratic-nomineeLate reports issued from London redoes the hearts of the people go out in Funeral services were conducted at The opening at Somerset drew an import the German right wing broken and tendereet feeling to Judge Hughes in Pleasant Grove by Rev. Bell, after mense crowd and the speeches of Gov. his great bereavement. May the Great the allies pursuing the fleeing automowhich the remains were interred in the Beckham, Senator James and Governor biles, French said 'to have surrounded Comforter palliate his affliction. Lancaster cemetery on last Sunday McCreary were received with much Germanyjin Somme, extending their afternoon. favor. It was an auspicious beginning Ladies Suits at half price at Logan, own lines farther east. Peronne is alMr. McKechnie was born in Scotland for one of the shortest and, what prom- Anderson & Tomlinson. Herso said to have been recaptured. but had been in this country since his ises to be one of the most successful culean efforts are being made to retake early boyhood. He is survived bv' his Campaigns ever conducted by the Big sale 'every .day next week at ground lost by France recently in neigh Democrats in this State. wile and several children. borhood of Verdun Fortress. Moore's. J. N. Camden, of Versailles. ililL iJOUt i 11 IN JitrilUlllI. . T", . Pla? '" th.e ner"' B La!u-'a3.tcr- CIteKU agent for R. S. Brown, who has bought a farm in Indiana, we will on As tPv fife f3 m A ,v 8$ - a V 5 W & K: 5 t . J?sV 4L.7., v & i i3 3 h iauhf Ut. .flilT if iA sv i9 3 -- , - . at 2 o'clock p. m.. offer for sale his beautiful suburban home, w tf m g g SR 5 S s4fe &. n 3ft t . long-term- 1 -- , e ' avenue, near city limits, and in a few steps of concrete pavement. The house is large, commodiousand attractive.situatec on a commanding eminence, with about 15 acres of fertile land, which will yield $700. worth of Crops this year. It wii! be offered as a whole, and then in sections as follows:-- lst. 2nd. 3rd. The first lot named and about 8 acres of land North of residence, with a road connecting the lot and land 4th. The 8 acres above mentioned which will make a number of beautiful birildint! lots with narI from Danville Street, if road is not sold with first lot. 5th. All the improvements with about 5 acres of land. This is the only suburban property that can be divided as indicated, and the purchaser of the at apy time. whole or any part will get a bargain. Mr. Brown or the undersigned will show the i.rir-ertA lot on Danville Street, East of resiilencet about l."0 feet front, and about 350 feet tlee A lot west of residence, on Danville street, about ISO feet front and 270 feet deep. -- Wed-'.esd- LATEST 1 TO NEWS nUvngw LANCASTER, Bischof's Coats and Suits at Joseph's Come Aloores. n SWINEBROflD, KENTUCKY. . - us -- m,l .. con"s ui'n,L,, I rtncc-mmr- to the closing out sale at ,j PHONE ., Look at your Label and send us that dollar. The screaming up to the minule farce lifPih MP g msssr ATVN f 9 lliil!W-- "Pacillcating Mexicano" produced by Charley Gano this season with Coburn Greater Minstrels next Saturday night at the Opera House assisted by Nicodemus Glynn and the entire Co., deals with the situation in Mexico, its principal characters etc., assumed by various members of the company, in a series of ludicrous mishaps and comedy situations. The costuming and makeup of the various impersonations and characters are true to life.even the supposed jargon of the Mexican (solders) etc., being utilized for comedy purposes by the .comedians. This is the biggest and best company manager Coburn has ever presented in Lancaster. Seats on sale at R. E. McRoberts Drug Store. "sol-date- all B fewsT wm m2wsk$? msb -- m vour oraer ana ne TArill .. jP. F,ES:i . sssgrxar.v ..- 2?i .S - nm -- 1! - . v.: a, y-s.- . E. f furnish j w w. vnn BEST 3e-- " V jCcza-rfi-iX- . - - V 'J The VERY COAL s. At The VERY LOWEST PRICE. f Lancaster (--W- Lumber & M'fe Go, Clothing sale Saturday at Moore's. V The Central Record, Thursday Oct 1 V. R. Cook is at home from Butler, Ga. after a stay of several weeks. Mr. Coleman Gulley was in Louisville for a stay of several day this week. 1 1914. Ijj'" H . Page 5 j ;.gsyas.sgt 't-'r.-- caster girl, Sept. 22, Okla. of the marriage of a former Lan- Miss Alary Clark Engleman -t' - y,tqy;ti-.t-t,v;-- -;t j- -- - vVw,v c of Braddock North t i ir-iJ'- . .', ,3,.: J JJV.i: - .v Ar X, -- b- S , l "AINd Mary Clark Engleman of Brad Miss Willie Wilkerbon has been visit- dock N. D.. ai.d W. O. Woodanl of rS ing fiiends in Richmond and Lexington. Pahuska Ok'a., were united in marri- J The V Win Klkin of Atlanta is hole for a age by Juige Charles B. Carley. visit to his father Captain T A. Hlkin. groom is well known heie and the H i..;au T...C I.,.. .. lusiut'Ul i ilicit. 1UL,. Nil' vi !... :.i UfCII (I Miss Lillie Mae Sutton is i:ting her '""C past seven years and is ver popular. ill aunt. Mrs. K. S. dimes of Lexington. She is the oldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. H. White arc rejoic". B. Engleman. She freqtently visit- - J ing over the arrival of a tine boy baby. ed liar uncle Mr. Jack Adams in Lan- -' Jjj Misa L'unice Prather is in Richmond caster Ky, where she had raanj friends for a visit to her sister .Mrs. Wm. and relatives. After t short stay with M her mother Mrs .1 V. Rrrmn tli K' Sebastian. happy joung couple left for their future Mesdames Oste Iluirman anil Kay home in Oklahoma. Their many friends Robson Garrett of Louisville are guests wish th-- m a successful and happy life" 11. Mount. of Mrs. J. OA? JfiasAo2 the Newest in ....,31 nop. s Has been removed to the store room in Opera limine Building on Richmond Street where v.e will show you la . I I 8 ! I ... w. v - . w 6 CtoatSj ) 'esses C'f I and it aisis. Each week we receive a New Shtn- ment of garineirs and invite every Lady to inspee: them. A share of your patronage is solicited. I ! will IB Mrs. B. F. Hudson's manv friends regret very much to hear that she lio iitrin tliM Misses (!) REV.-JOHNH.BRUCE Rella Arnold and Bronaugh .spent Thursday in Orchard with fi lends. Anna Crab PASSES TO HIS REWARD In Dallas Texas. i: m Mrs. Faj Wilkerson and children of Richmond are tho guests .if Sir. ar.J Mis. R. B. Wilkenson. Luther Foley of Lexington was here Tuesday for the funeral of htr aunt, AIi.ss Martha Tillett. .Mrs. Rockwell Smith and little daughters will leave Satmd.iv for a visit to fiiends in Lebanou. Miss Llsie Zinimer leaves next week for a visit to fiiends imkI lelatives in Chicago, III. and I'omroy, Ohio. - Mrs. J. if V! ' .".ore :- i 'J-- ' j Mesdames Emma Higginbotham and Victor Lear and Robert Kimmird spent Saturday in the eit of Lexington. Rev. John M. Bruce, one of the most piominent ministers of the Baptist church in Kentucky, a native of Boyle county, and well known in Lancaster and Garrard county, where he has ott-- n preached, and is much beloved, died in Dalla.-.- , Te . on the 2."ta inst. In accordance vvith h:; own and in compliant with desires of the chuich of which he was in charge at the time of his death, his remains w-- ie hi ought to Horse Cave for interment. Rev. Bruce waj irSveaisnf age. He is survived by two biotheis. Alessrs J. L. and R. D. Buice of Boyle county. st i 1 fashion Perrie Jenkins. fiW.........,,........ he & Zz&zS.. i-,i.. f fl fT. T . .J s. i. favorite Recipes fjf Well BY MRS. KABE IIL'RT. I ANCA"-TF- tfonea. K. lue Mckarc This nfi, lu'-'t-c-- OlilCl ' T. fi"g2S Miss Willie Wilkeison left Thurda for a visit of 10 dnjs with her sister, ! Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald m Danville. I 33EES, CORK SALAD. 2 sm .1: h H'miji r'ast sae it, feci : ' tlie vrc,.' To onJiuse i : I with xrijrf: tiat master designer, I3iscliof, J'i? worked up every t? iinish in tilt .e gennents, you mitt cvanuio tncin. Anil to ruth.lt. lm-.- '.Turlv th'j" vill ! ; or. your figure, yoii mti- -t then on. livery nirx feature ot the season, including m.my of JJiscliof'h nvn toucheb are embadied in these coats tney are the last in fashion. Coir.e in and tee them, try them on, nicl: yours from the number of beautiful btyles we are tliowir.. material you than a nove'tv r.. . .mon mjst Ivsautifui an ff. .ivn nl falrrics. F'-'- -l ct nl:ep .. tW cdi! ive material 'cKiht -. into the mo- - c'larniir. r ratKiCii. It is Iwing produced t'. .t.xri Ir ?reca, bnin r.nd ..'u, ai vitl as tiacl The :.:uFtr-.tic- n oerc u.- - j. 2 "Ou ri.:y I;Vi t f i rharm and distinction. To really appn. tcactj' cj :j iuctrws, rich, silky ,r . .g !!-- ? ;-- fcr 5 v bit-oinl- n lr' Joseph ' wm Mercantile lirri- Co. BWWMPlBi Miss MuUha G. Tillett died ft the Denny is at home fnmilv lesidence on Hill Couit in this I after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs. fity on lust Monday, s'nil after fiuii'i rd Margaret I'eaisjn ot Hanodburg. sen ices by htr pastor. Rev. I'ollitt. Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald of Danville her remains were laid to t in the Iwasheiefora visit of several davs Lancaster cemetery on Tuesday j with her pal cut Mr. and .Mrs. R. B. noon. Her death wis due to com- Wilkerson. plication ot following a stroke of paralysis which she suffered some' 14 Mr. and Mis. II. II. Hall of to Lancaster Tuesday to time -- ini'e. The detea-- p i was horn in motored , see .Mr. aiai airs. K. 1. Oregciy ami Garrard county w he e the most of her ! Mrs. hie pas been spent. She was 77 jears W. A. Arnold. of age and was a splendid ciuti. n Mr. J. Harve McRobeits and wife woman. The united with the Mt of Stanfoid and Mrs. R. M. New-lanchurch in her earh giilhood, aid were here Sunday for tin funeral of was a consistant member. She is sur.Mis. Al. D. Hughes. vived bv two sisters, Airs. James King Airs. B. C. Rose of Brjantswlle spent of AIcKinr.ev, Ky.. and Aliss Sallie the nast week with her sister Airs. W. Tillet, of Lancaster and bv two brothers Ro-- s Bastin ind attended the re ival at Alessrs Joshna Tillett, of Danville :.ad Alalcon G. Tillett. of Lancaster. the Christian church. The Record joins the manv friends in conAir Robert Salter, Mis. Salter and dolence to the uereaved family. Airs. Geoige Chestnut of Danville were here Sunday afternoon tor the funeral of Airs. M. D. Hughes. Mrs. Elizabeth . I st l. .! 1 1 s of corn. a 's o.;f, .i gi i en pepiiers, 2 cup salt. tablespoon celery seed (jts vuifga- -. ii 1 lbs browr 1 tab'esMjon ground musurd. tablesiMXii! hite mustar 1 ujr, ,ir d Boll t'g.-t;it- I ni:mit."-- . ii J i. f ,.- r 1 jVIiss Arnold Author-ativ- e 2i is showing all the small Hats. Models in large and Also announces Opening for GRAB ORCHARD W IW !! !! II Mil MHJMK W W"''" "':?W'SiA s&spsb. - ""'",'tl'w : wm paOtt p Air. and Airs. R S. Brown and Air. Will Dickerson were at Wilmore Sun-da- v COUNTY COURT Thursday, Oct Will Fettus. ... TUTT5 1 i Gossito ' s&-ti- te. - - cs'o'j? s Abcut v. -- . ' -- sy - M for the funeial of their ielatie, the late Airs. Wm. Poor. Air. A. Goodloe Lackley has returned to his home in Kansas City after ausit to his mother, .Mrs. D. AL Lackey and sister Aliss Jennie Lackey. Louisville is visiting Lancaster rolaues having been called here by the death of her sister Alls Al. D. Hughes. Airs. Osee Huffman of BRINGS BIG CROWD. Last Alonday, county court day attracted a large ciowd. the largest in man months. The eiowd was yi haps t is much bent on seeing the circus as on .snwvl transacting any paiticular busine to ecunt court. It Was a so ti? "mule toll day and about 2"0 youngsters . ere on the n.ail.ct. However the market was slow ard draggy and the offerings were mostly taken back home as the farmers were unwilling to accept the low prices offered. Perhaps 2i or 40 changed bands at from $45. tc Slid, per head. Most of these were bought by W. B. Burton of Lancaster and a .Mr Cross of Alonticello. . Store in charge of Mrs I 7Tt, " S F I E SE ar za. i"iii liriLiss Hixmi v TT nil iiuriA Rlh rilTt HA t?.11 i t dODSE BURN" IN TOBACCO We h. !i fa! , jjC,3" r3-3"-- . 1 fV'L W i m . tni4LmjMimmviwI Mf tiranm! tm l& Kf : 5! MY 'irfeyiii:!13 gsssr-iuhTrs- ',SP fMitJT&Zri Mr. R. E. McRoberts was in Loui:- - MW SjW'FMl MI , mmmmf H00S1ER8 DISC WHEAT BRILLS S55.00 Van Drills. ' Brim Fertilizer Vise Wheat Ensilage Cutters, Gasoline and Kerosine F.ngines Moim t5 Twelve Reasons Why bOS, , 1 QQ Go. I'll - I ferP ,,,,J y . t y1 a i Q oh! Buy Yoer Groceries of Us JSfo. 12. BECAUSE you can actually iave more money and more y tience, as '" e a comparative expeu-enc- will show. - ' Come in and get acquainted. i ? TKank you for your attention. V . Balls Grocery: r Aliss Vina Ross, ag-- d 1 and Mr. Samuel J. hurt aged It, weie united in is here isiting her father Air. Alex ville were called here Tuesday bj the marriage in the study of Rev. F. Al. death of the late Miss Martha lillett. Tinder on Wednesda allerncon, that West. gentleman officiating. The br.de u an r-z? Airs. Belle Scott is at home .liter a Airs. Victor Lear and Airs. Emma attractive oung lad of the Flat) two weeks recuperative stay at Dry Higginbotham, spen t last Saturday in Woods ,i section ot tn- - county, while the' A tea , Ridge. isited Miss groom is a son Lexington, where they of Air. Josh Hurt ofj fCJslV 1 tr i 'I ' Miss Allie Yantis is at honip from a Bernie Lear and Miss Patsy Kinnaird. Point Leavell. Th irioom bears the w ho are in school there. ' visit to her cousin .Miss Lottie Carson lininllM ilistinetlnfi nf lining nnp .if (iwr- in Stanford, Reverend J. W. Beagle has returned lard countys leading "factories", lie the iB) Win. F. Alilk-r.- ) V. T? West has returned from a two from Aladison where he was engaged and his pocket knife constituting weeks sojourn in Indianapolis and other in an interesting revival at Alt. Gilead machinery Used in the manufacture of fdrs. J. L. Dickerson and s ' i J. ftJY Mtf.. i7?l,:i '.! Baptist churcti; he will fill his pulpit on the "Sam Hurt Cob Pipe", a comMrs. ailer were recent i Indiana cities. Sunday. Air. modity known the world over. i school. Air. and .Mis. J. B. Bourne spent hand, using onl an Airs. James Yantis will leave shortly Hurt makes bv Aliss Sminh's room will t Sunday in Stanford with theirdaughter ordinary pocket knife a sufficient for a visit to her sister Airs. Lula Gird-le- r next Friday morning. The j . Mrs. W. K. Warner. pipes in a year to net cordially ii.Mted. in Someiset, and also to be piesent number of these lhe Air. and Airs. James Dunn of Dan- at the marriage of her niece Aliss Eliza- him and income close to 81,000. Bro. J. R. Smith visited pipes range m price from 10 cents to ville were guests Sunday of Mr. and beth Girdler. and corducted th exerci- $3.00 each, and his orders are alwajs Airs. R. E. AlcRoLjrts. The Lancaster High School f" t A m excess of his supply. Mr. and Airs. W. K. Leavoll are tar Air. and Airs. Isaac Bowling are the boys will go to Somerset tomorr-- . tobacconist has a ot'iiuiing order over the ai rival of a son. The proud parents of a girl, born on the V. the first game of the season. youngster arrived on the 24th inst ami tor his surplus stock. night of the 24th inst. haven't such a strong tta-- but In Air. Huit's pipes aie frequently seen makes the fifth boy born to this exce'I put up classy ba'I against the Svn Aliss Kathleen O'Connor of Hanods-har- g ent young couple. in the hall of Congress, ate shipped all Air. Carter . ill a- -n . . squad. is the attractive guest of her oer this country and in many instances .Mr. and Airs. Banks Hudson and l(,ti Villi! the following Iavers and subs B. -l fliend, Alis.s Nannie B. Herring. Alexander Kennedy and Wm. to foreign countiies. They are much ley Bourne. Paul Elliot, Capt G .v 1 used by thj gentlemen who are given i IP Aliss Alargaretta Smith came down Farnaugh motored over from Danville Bourne. Sterling Ilerron. Glass I'.it to follow the hounds, and through from Richmond Saturday and remained Sunday afternoon for the funeral of the Treas, Wool Wilmott: Cecil Br been these fox hunters they have late Airs. Al. D. Hughes. over Sunday with Airs L. L. Walker. Roliert Kinnair!. James Nevics. 1 1. widely introduced both in this country Miller, A!gr.. Dalton Rich. Sidney Jennings and Aliss Bertha and England. .v Air. and Mrs. T. L. Philips, of Dickerson. Howard Alontgomery a. d Aliss Lena Simpson are visi- Denny of Lincoln, drove to Lancaster Air. Hurt's industry stands in no Harry Rainey. ting friends and relatives in Stanford. Monday afternoon and were united in danger of competition, as many have The young Ladies of the High School marriage at the home of their brother-in-la- tried but none have ever succeeded in Messrs Benjamin Woods of Danville, assisted by Alisses Robinson, Alascn. John Forbes, Elder F. AL Tin- equalling his workmanship, and the and George Woods, of near Lexington Hatcher and Ezell have made arrangeofficiating. use of machinery ,111 the.msnufactureof were pleasant guest of friends here der ments far a Basket Ball team. Thev the class of articles which Air. Hurt A little daughter has arrived at the Sunday. will begin steady practice within a home of Air. and Airs. Lon Bourne at produces would be impossible. short while for the purpose of suppor Aliss Alay Tate who has been the atHubble; and has been christened Nannie ting a good team. tractive guest of Aliss Kathryn Ham, The best quartette in Minstrelsy at Before marriage LaVeir.e. the Fatigued by an arduous journey to Last Friday ended the first month's returned to her home in Somerset, Wedmother of the new Aliss was Aliss Lucy the Opera House with Coburn's Great Lexington last week to see the circus School work for the year. nesday. er Alinstrels. The Aletropolitian Sing and by frequent excursions to adjoining Pollatd. a sister of Airs. James Hatcher ing Four and an all new company of towns in scearch of "ads" for the CapL I. AL Dunn and . P. Kincaid of this city. Bargains that an bargains at Logaa, singers, dancers, comedians, feature Record, our Business Alannuer. Air. R. Anderson & Tomlinson. were here mingling with the farmers L. Elkin has hied himself to "Cnarity's'i Air. Eugene Sutton who has been vaudeville and novelty acts. See the and looking after our tobacco crop on visiting his enjoy a weeks fishsister Airs. J. E Dickerson, beautiful new scenic production "The to recuperate andaccompanied by Air. The biggest and best company ever ing. He was Alonday. and brother Air. J. Booth Sutton, has Palace of Neptune" in the "Land of John AI Farra who is also considerably carried by Coburns Greater Alinstrels Aliss Sue Sampson has returned to returned to his home in Brunswick Ga. the Nyads" at the bottom of the sea. worn by the labors incident to farm next Saturday night at the Opera her home in Harrodsburg after a pleas- Air. Sutton who holds a good position Mermaids, seashell grottoes, sunken life, and by Rev. J. Rockwell Smith House. Positively an entirely new pre ant visit to her cousin Miss Nannie B. as telegrapn operator in that city, has castles, ships and submarine vistas of and Air. Fred Frisbie. gramme and productions with Charley Herring. many friends in Lancaster who were aquatic worlds. The most beautiful We hope that the health giving Gano and Nicodemus Glynn as principal Miss Mabel Claire Arnold has been glad to see him and who wish him suc- creation of mythical modern novelty watert'of Rockcastle Springs may prove comedians, the best men in minstrelsy of vast benefit to this clever quartette and an Olio of six big minstrel vaude-the attractive guest of her grandmoth- - ess in his work. scenic conception. A cracker-jacler Airs Belle 'Austin, and aunt Mrs. S. Friends and relatives will be interest laughing, dancing, comedy fun show of gentiemen, and that they may re-- 1 ville features and two screaming farce comedy skits. ' J D. Turner. turn rested i.i both mind and body. ed in the following account sent from next Saturday, Oct. 3rd. i Air. and Mrs. R. E. Hughes and little Elder L B. Uarne. of Richmond was iHllhter of Louisville weie here Suna visitor in Lnncaster Moim lay. day for the funeral of Air. Hughes' & N. agent G. Al. Pattys Sen made mother tli-- .' late Airs. AL D. Hughes. L. a huineJ visit to Louisville last week. Air. and Airs. Joshua Tillet ?!"i son, Mrs. C. P. Denman of Nicholasville Hugh Tillett and Airs. Alooro of Dan- - The manv friends of Air. O. T. were delighted to see him on the street Monday. Mr. Lay ten has been visiting sick since December of last year. housebuming of tobacco parts ot the count), however i fined to a er feH and H. discovered in lime in roost injita remedy the evil lefore much l s doaie. crs. -- '. ALEX. DOTY JR. BOYS DOIYPMPEtfi. ROSS-HU- RT. i"Wy. r i2tfum 'v, mm nH ?Twtu -- The l)ui homestead in I. the "I. Price Property" m i street, ami ateo '? ceres of I Po;nt . w! i a were ad. to be skl at last M Malay u: to settle . tate, were purchased by 31 Doty Ir. The hom place r $3!IH anl the land Slt eraer Le.-xelli dr I SCHOOL NOTES. f$r pfAl fj t New-Yor- k m M Ales-dam- w k, Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Oct '1 GRAPHIC CHAPTERS 1, 1914. Wall Paper. We have in stock this season a full line of How's This? I NEWS OF THE IN I ! We offer One Hundred Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. A. VOTE FOR GREATEST WAFi Vivid DRAMA Spectacular HISTORY and "IMPORTED OATMEALS t X besides, the ordinary papers we are carrying. Picture of the Aisne Fight Scenes of Awful Carnage Depicted. in tin? Incidents Heroic Deeds Reported From the Front. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. NATIONAL. BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonial.1: sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constloatlon. J. F. HObTZCbAW OF GARRARD COUNTY J Nominee of The Progressive PartvJ FOR CONGRESS. Of The 8th Congressional District of Kentucky is a vote to Inaugurate the Principals Enunciated by the Progressive Platform. McRotats Drug1 Store c . I Pour StrongPoiats Good Wheat. 1 fij: iKS-gJf Clean Milling. I I 1 ii f II No Blend. Ar Mia v: No Bleach. I If Bleached and Blended Flour questions your health, why take a chance? Use I I : I GLEN LILY and be safe. news from PARAGRAPHS of battle Imbue a vivid sense of what Mich a terrible war means. These little stories, so numerous in the dispatches from the zone of action, recount instances f it.iuntlesscourage iu the face of shot and he!l nnd spectacular and tragic The London I (ally Telegraph sends this vivid picture of the battle of the Aisne: "To the ghastly tields about Pulsleus I came, iliroiitrh the haunting horrors of men in gray and blue lying on the roadside. One man was kneeling with his rifle on the shattered stump of a telegraph pole. He might have just sighted the enemy, but the finger on the trigger was stiff and cold, nnd through the brow of the soldier was a tiny hole. Blazed Trail With Blood. 'Here on the sloping plain they fought the batteries. You can trace the path of the men who fed the batteries. They have blazed the trail with their blood. You can see where the ammunition wagons waited in the rear and where the horses stamped with impatient hoof. - 1 B $QlBfH!S f KATES MmVAtf I WASHINGTON Avenue, at 18th & H. Sts. . J Pennsylvania "And the gunners, the, men who fought among llame and thunder in a hurricane of lead and steel shards, you can see where they stood behind this earthen wall; where they mended the shattered parapet with spent eases; where they took cover in a cave dug iu the side of the em placement when answering gnus had got the range and poured upon them a deadly shower. Men and guns have gone, tlie broad lields are silent, deserted, and all the emplacements are empty except two. Outlined against the gray sky are the skeletons of guns. There is always some strange attraction about a gun that has been wounded in battle. It is like a human being. It was the same with these (Jerman guns. 1 felt as if I stood before men who had fought like heroes, who had been sorely wounded and left on the battlefield." This Is War. "Here, one among ten thousand, is the history of a French private, wounded near Noyon." cables a correspond"We lay together, my friend and I. The order to tire came. We shot and shot until our rifles burned us. Still the Germans swarmed on toward us. We took careful aim. ' 'Did you see that?" I turned to ask my friend. "And as 1 did so I heard a terrible dull sound, like a spade striking newly turned earth. His head had fallen forward. 1 called him by name. He was moaning a little. Then I turned to my work again. "They were advancing quickly now. Ah. how cool I was! I shot so slowly, and then do you know what it feels like to be wounded? I rose just a little too high on my elbow. A sting pierced my arm like a hot wire. It was too sharp almost t be sore. I felt tny arm go from me. and then my rille fell. I was a littte dazed. I looked at my friend presently. He was dead." A Maddening Vision. The following description of the advance of a battery across a stricken field Is from an account given by a wounded French artilleryman iu a hospital at Bordeaux: "Never shall I forget that most terrible scene when we rushed our horses and guns across the Held, covered all over with the bodies of dead and dying German soldiers. As we swept across the Held we heard the crunching of bones under the horses' feet and gun wheels. "Every now and again the horses staggered, stumbled and slipped in their mad run over those hundreds of corpses. I did not .venture to look about, but kept my eyes steadily fixed at a distant point of my horse's neck, but I heard bl.iod stirring cries of agony and despair, mingled with moaning and weeping, which dominated the iioise of my galloping horses and guns. "Once, when my horse slipped and fell on one knee I saw on my left the wreck of a man spring to his feet and make a wild gesture with his arms as If to stop the deadly avalanche. He was knocked down by the horses of a guu next to mine and I heard the creaking of his bones. This maddening vision has ever since haunted me." Burying Dead at Night. A London Dally News correspondent who has returned to Paris from the neighborhood of Senlis tells of a new vorps of the Frencli army. He says; "When the curtain of night has fallen the corps of the sextons go from Villages and farmsteads, an uncanny, silent procession, to set forth about their business .among the dead, their way Illuminated by horn lanterns and torches, and their shadows dance ghoul-lik- e in the flicker of the beams-lit- tle old men. most of them, and bent double, but their shadows amid the trees are slintlows of giants. "Their women follow behind bearing little bundles of peeled willow wands and strands of wire. They cut I ent kn, Diiielit Bit! $1.50, $2.00 up. g&teABlS! ...1 t- i;ik;hi tisr:. - .::; "TT rcrrmnr.: l w- - RATES t i Jtess. Mu!s SZSO, 33.30 S3 iq. ifcSrOVERLOOKS E-WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palm Court, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. J I Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. JJW J CLIFFORD ML LEWIS MANAGER. ffi ffifl . 1 If 111 i i t i RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Review Coutm-s- . Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new school, new manual training building, practice model school, department of sericulture, a well equipped Domestic Science. First Term Virins gymnasium. September 7. Second Term November 16, Third Term January 25, Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens June 14, Catalogue Free. j. j. iRAIUIE, President. Life-Stat- H Commencing September, 2 st, county court day, we will on 1 tock Sale! County a few inches from each wand and bind it on crosswise with the wire, and whenever an officer Is found cold and stiff amid the dead a cross of willow wand Is placed over his grave. "Hour after hour, night after night, the corps of sextons with the women ply their trade, marking cemetery after cemetery. Their bundles of sticks diminish as this acreage of the dead swells." Air Men Who Know No Fear. A dispatch from Senlis to the London Times describes the thrilling flight of a British air man. it says: "A British nir man flew over the German lines on the Aisne. He was fired at by 100 sharpshooters and guns throwing a shell specially designed for such work. Several bullets pierced the wings of his machine, and a shell burst beside the aeroplane, sending the pilot reeling giddily sideways through space, but he finished his reconnaissance. He marked the placing of 1 the great guns, the lines of trenches and the direction of shell lire. Even in his one giddy moment he swooped down close to a wood where the artillery was concealed, taking almost unthinkable risks. "In almost every aerial reconnaisance bullets pierce the aeroplanes. They have descended over forest land almost to the tops of trees, through forest land known to be swarming with soldiers. They have skimmed over trendies anu butteries in the face of tremendous fusillades and have won priceless information." Germans' Daring Attempt. Germans disguised as Fre:ich olljeers made a daring attempt to blow up the railway bridge six miles and a .half from Itoueu. The plan was obviously to sever railroad communication between Havre, Rouen and Paris. The French otlicers' uniforms worn by the Germans fitted well, and every man carried the necessary identification papers, obtained, of course, from the prisoners whose uniforms were used. By means of their papers they were able to pass guards and patrols. Information was circulated that two touring cars carrying French otlicers had acted suspiciously at Gisors, dashing through the town and through patrols that challenged them at Gournay. They were shot at by gendarmes, but they escaped, and all traces were lost They were finally caught at Oisset after they had alighted from the motorcars and were in the act of arrying explosives toward the-- bridge. A l.irge quantity of explosives was found in the cars. The prisoners confessed that they had received orders to- blow up the bridge in order to prevent and supplies- from reaching the French army. Rescued by the Enemy. A little wounded French trwlrer tells of being rescued by Germaws. "I pretended to be dead," he said "as I thought it safer. The second German tiring line was a long way off. so when wan the first had passed I got along, but two straj Germ-i. 1 thought wa-- . troopers caught done for. but not a bit of it. T!igave me a handkerchief to bind my wounds and then went nwar. and as I lay there in a trench 1 could not help roaring with laughter. Both were wounded in tile leg. Iir.t one man's game leg was the- right one. and the other one's was the left, and they they hohMcri ilt" looked ridiculous Shells Halt Plunge Bath. A British guardsman., now at Woolwich, who was wounded near on Sept 1. has given, a vivid ae count of the lighting there. "We were iu a field." he says, .when the Germans, dropped on us- alt of a sudden, as though from the sky. The first hint we had of their presence was when a battery of guns on the right sang out droppiug shells into a inuli of us who were waiting for our turn at the washtul the riven There was no panic as far as 1 saw. only f our fellows, who hadn't had a wash for a long time, said strong tilings about the Germans for spoiling the best chance we hart had for four days." L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. YOUR INFLUENCE SOLICITED. Election November 3rd. 1914. Arrive. No 10: 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexing- ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & 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 B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. Rigney, J. J. WALKEK. Vice r. Prest Ass't Ca3h'r. V. Joe J. Walker, Jr.. Book-Keepe- F. CHAMP. Cashier. ORGANIZED 1S83. with L & Lexington Knoxville. with fast te Citizens National Bank Surplus $40,000. i k OF LANCASTER. KY. train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting train to Bristol & Atlanta. Capital $50,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Goveramen. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. with fast lounly Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Mondav. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2tid.Mor.day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mondp; . Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. l jErlfe Diaw n Check for the money you ove and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. The undersigned- hereby g've warning to all persons not to trespass- upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute- all offenders to ful est extent of the law. Huntera and. Fishermen especially take notice. R.-- L. Elkfn. G. W. Elan:. 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, V S. Einbry A. J. Caddell. H. GT. Arnold Mrs. Pattie D. Gil). Sarah J. L. Hackley Ja. G. Conn-S. L. Rich. W. B Ray. J. C. Morgan. 25 cent We will add other names-fo. r POSTED They know he is doing business in a bustne33 like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company w irTWfi .g9wJJ&vJAViftViXivV 13 K I Any roof that will last 27 years and is well worth looking into. That's the record behind still in good condition drd raw Official Directory Of Garrard- - County. A. Htirdlti. Circuit Jwljre tOii. Common" eitl th Attorney Hon. Ktiimei Pnr- 5 ear. Circuit Clerk William B, Jlason. Master Commissioner W. H. Brown Trustee Jury Fund Benj. F. Robluso. OIVicIhI 0:mrt Stenographer MISu? Shfr'bj Mrton. Comity Judge C. n. Arnold. Coutitt Attorney (. C. Walker. Coniitr Clerk J. W. Ilamlltuu. Depmy clerk Hurry Toinliiidou. Coroner J. A Jo"h. men a MBrMm 1 tne-up- 1 - There are thousands of houses alt over the conntrv mnnv nf them in this state, from the owners of. which, thu sbitenwnt can be verified. For Sale by 4 Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, 5f North 23rd Street.' Philadelphia. a-- f'om-piegn- e Each Court Day hold Live Stock Sales, consisting of Horses, Mules, Cows. Hcgs, Sheep, Cattle, Mule Colts, etc, at our City Stock Pens, on 2nd. Street between Main and Broadway. Sales will commence at 1 0 a.m., rain or shine, as our pens are under roof. Enter whatever you have to sell early in order to have pen reservation. This should interest every farmer in Boylq county and we solicit in these sales Make our office your headquarters your when in town, Cossacks' Trick Horses. The prowess of the Russian Cossacks As scouts is especially rem'irkablc they are uncquulert. At all times their horsemanship enables them to deal successfully with cavalry of the enemy four or five times superior in number. Their horses are skilled in every conceivable trick. A Cossack horse will drop "dead" under its rider at the word, springing up the next moment. The rider combines all the arts of the i circus performer and red Indian with perfect command of his horse, and the horses are as handy as olo ponies. Families Wiped Out. The Berlin correspondent of the New Rotterdam Courant writes: "The most gloomy sight to be seen iu these days Is the advertisements of deaths in the dignified Krettz Zeitung. The families of officers there make .known the blows that have fallen upon them. In the last few days this newspaper has published fifty death announcements of officers." I Sheriff C A KoMii.-m- ii. Deputy Si.erlfl-'Mur- gu T. Ballard. i schools Mr SuperintciidMUl Jetiuie- - Un Kins. Sanders. Assessor K. B. Ray. Deputy Ko- -i Jailer Dale Supervisor of Rondos SlevetaMi Hu4iriir.. Treasurer I. W. Khnore. M.UiLSTl&ATKn. J. X. VMiilflKl. IMst. Logan Ison 2nd. Dist. Johns. Ililm :trd.Dit. James Ciildlion 4tli. Dlsi. COC.STY iblAKft-OKWVATMK' Ttiomps Arnold. Jr. 1st. R. D McMurtr). 2nd. O. J. UeudrkU. 3rd. Dlst. Thomt.s P. King. 4th. IU:. CITY OF LASOASTEi:. Mayor Davidson. City Judge J. P. leather. City Attorney J. E. Roblusoc. City Clrk F.G. Hurt. City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer W. F. Champ. Chief Police I.. E. Herrou. COUSCILMEN J. II. Dalton Parker Gregory. Sam Cotton. W. M. Zauone. W. O. Goodloe Dr. J. A. Amon. !ae jgi tgM$W 9p Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous ail over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. PuTsJey's Indian Herbs --13 Days' Treatment. Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 1 Oc. 3 bars $1.00 25c 25c li.t. lit. MmJM . s ORIGINATOR OP D5JrK JHH 'wllH ycjMTflM JgriW jfljlj V a OM SALE AT C. C. & J. E. Stormes and R. E. McRocerls. J PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS AWEICOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box of our sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If you have r.ot yet tried any or all ot them you don't know what a fine treat you have been missing. Don't keep on y and missing it. Order a box commence enjoying yourself. to-da- 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 A Neatly Lancaster tling CO. We Write Anv Kind of BotPhone 202. Toned Up Whole System. CASTOR A I For Infants and Children. ::.3 Kind You Have Always Bought Danville Ice & 6oal 60, W. H. Davis Auct. Phones 7 and 76. Danville, Ky. the .isaatore of ."Joars & "Chamberlain's Tablets have done more for me than I ever dared hope for," writes Mrs.Esther Mae Baker, Spencerport, N. Y. "I used several bottles o'. these tablets a few months ago. They not only cured me of bilious attacks, sick headaches and that tired out feeling, but toned up my whole system." For sale by all dealers. INSURANCE at Office National Bank. Ky. CENTRAL RECORD J. A. BEAZLEY Office over The National'Bank of Lancaster. . & CO. Phone 27. idtS& t A The Central Record, Thursday Oct PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR Mini ea 3?SE. 1 1914. Page 7 HHi u Asthma and Air. Most eases of asthma are the result of a bad atmosphere. The catarrh has extended down from the nose and throat Into the bronchial tubes and set oo-- ; up a spasm, w hleh is the source of this distressing malady. Xo asthmatic can afford to keep his windows closed. ! Whether by day or nli;ht. he needs 'a liberal supply of freh air. From are you going to get a First "Xervous I.reakdowns." DOLLARS GROW iN OUR ADVERTISING COl UMNS. f.iir CASTORIA trliliilnTf At the last meeting of the General Assembly of Kentucky I that a Kentucky Illiteracy Commission be appointed and authorized to into and alleviate the condition of the adult illiterates in the, State, and Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, chairman; Miss Ella Lewis, Dr. J. G. Crahbe and. Dr. H. H. Cherry were appointed as members of the Commission. This Com-- ! mission has inaugurated a State campaign, Mrs. Stewart being the active lead- er in the efforts to stamp out illiteracy through 'moonlight schools and other' ' methods. Upon their call for volunteers about one thousand teachers offered their services and are teaching or making arrangements to teach at night, and others are daily offering their services. The chairman and leader in this great work has informed me that the , n. lv .r f .... ' T,il l, ai fi rtn o A cn.inlinn U ,ntiiAl'i, !,-,.;iLLiuui.n if uuuvuuuiiai mjauk.ioviu.1, biiu Jiciuu.itt leaf A.jn.inti.in i:;;.ui.itii.iuu, IUIT IVCII tucky Federation of Women's Clubs, and the Kentuckv Society of Colonial Dames are taking much interest and are performing much valuable service, and that many other organizations in the State seem interested. The aim of the Kentucky Illiteracv Commission is noble and exalted ar.il of the benefit, and there is no subject of more importance or of more influence than the elimination of illiteracy from our State. We should educate all of our people, those under twenty one years of age, and years of age. The perpetuity of our free institu those upward of twenty-on- e tions depends upon the intelligence and virtue of the people. There are 20S.OS4 men and women in our State who can not read and write, and of whose intelligent efforts along the lines of education, religion and general development and advancement the State deprived, and this constitutes a deplorable situation and presents a great and urgent need which should be promptly met and relieved. Instruction .should lie offer-- d to the mothers for their own sake and for the sake of their children and the beneiit of the State; it should be offered to the fathers for their own sake and for the sake sf increasing their earning capacity and promoting home comforts, and for the sake of a more intelligent exercise of the right of suffrage so as to help maintain good government for the State. Instruction should be offered to the young men and young women who have missed opportunities earlier in life, but may yet take hold of instruction and make achievements. The instruction of all the illiterates in the State will not only give to Kentucky higher rank, educationally, among the States, but will give her a new and distinct position as the fir.it Commonwealth which has ever attempted to accomplish such a great and Important work. I call upon all to help in the cause of education of those under twenty-on- e years of age and those upwan! of twenty-on- e years of age, and 1 appeal to every public and private teacher, every professor in our high schools, colleges and universities, all public officers, every representative of the press, every farmer, mechanic and business man, and every woman who loves the blesTuig of education, and all who desire to promote religion, science, literature or art. or advance progress or improvement in any line, all who desire to les'en c ime to help in the great work of teac.ung adult illiterates, both male and fenpile, to aim cui.uui.iKe uieni 10 seek knowledge and aid to reaii aim 10 wine um their acquirements by moonlight schools and by illuminated school houses wheie is as free as the air we breathe, and where all may come to ..dit. th...,w..H-and drink of the fountain of the water of life freely. In testimony whereof, I have caused these letters to he made patent and the seal of the Commonwealth to be hereunto affixed. Done at Frankfort the 21st day of September, in the year of cur Lord one thousand nine hundred and fourteen, and in the one hundred and twenty-thir- d year of the Commonweal) JAMES It. McCREARY. Governor. C F. CRECELIUS, Secretary of State. CECIL H. VAXSANT, Assistant Secretary of State. . a i j L I M.- . 1 T. grt-ates- t -i- - Advertisers and Readers Gather Them. DO,, A pg HOME . . . For Infants and Children. WHERE .j- - Bf2J5i ocirt iLfOiior. a i'i"i. .... Acgc(aWcPrCp3ra!i0nr u. "" iuui anauovetISO! The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of &$ Hair Cut and Shave The Microbe Menace. Blocking v9 I Promofes Dfeestionflimni!ncSSandRpstrnnt.ilncrfiih-upiuaiioqaunc nori;ueraI 1 Not Narcotic. Pimrf.u Sxd JfMcSJti-sivsrSffif EerfrcfOUIkSZZEirrniZt Vi te o? rf3tn E?Sfa K:fc E-s- Ptpprmin- lharm Serif- ClunSrd Suez" ft or Sleep. B Jre lw fi n h'utopiaiTlcrr. Apcrfecl Remedy forOmsfir lion. i Sour Slomadi.Dlarrtoca IVonas.Coir.'uIsIons.FOTrisIi: fis ncss andLoss 3o:h Ec racS'mib Si Jnsrure of TtlE CCNTAUn CoMPAKTi or uver NEW YORK. RggS tif iec hirty Tears 1 Eilo Guaranteed undcrlhc Kooaad H w JEW D v yi. iru H &WVn:,'nT'"-'t'"tftjl wJi i. -jr .. .. izlu ESKMWflB a m ghe ira zmmjg&mm infiw8 g eisi&sii " m Exact Copy of Wrapper e la Kvia m ? if Is n R2 fe E IHri n la Q first u H. S E4 ITS SeTB wi B Mw TMC CCNTAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY t-- jl'-- ij v . TU-- . Sfcv l3 irenn rrw-- , ? - Mi: vtrjc' ft.33fiir.;.--u--TrjE-7r- a s, . n iaav cholera ir .. gSEEEK w -.- Jifx.pa g3S "i p 2v-- a an r u Ses? &S?J' j ""-- -' ' a'ioru ij " tjkc c.ianccs again i yus - UjitaGGaEfnlS U".. &"5':S' ?3ffi3r F" Is the only remedy ever put up that Is t-- rr ictc cd to cure and iircvent than any other known remedy. JJ hoe cholera. It does the work bettersuch a strong guarantee. At All if did not. it would not be sold on Drudiilsts- - Writs for free bociMrl telhns how to save your. dobs. UIJUKrJUrf KEWEUI LUiwrni'i. .cnn:mii. ' V Hair a Sneciajtv. .m Our wide general Information. In this here to stay. The oid rehab., hartir day of the Sunday newspaper, tells us on Richmoi.d street. mat tue real uanger oi tue tune is tne U'e could even wish quiet microbe. that microbes clanked ctruiis. and then we would know they uere about aim l'lie in speed for the prophylactic numerable devils of the middle ages invisible but always somewhere lu the neighborhood, have been neatly re ECONOMY OF THE SILO. placed by the discoveries of Uicten ology and if we hadn't got used to (joou Silage a Necessity Per Breeding Stock berxK-e- . Prices Rici them. living would be an nluiusc tin Younrj Animals. snd Phone 351-The possible anxious performance The most available and nio-J- t suit- vacationist, reading the warning is Lancaster, - - Kentucky able crops for vllast are Itnli.ui torn, sued by his government t the red clover, sorghum and alfalfa. In bacterial dangers, or simple country dian corn makes the bet Have, al- living, would stay hopelessly in t..e r. D. though all arietie of corn arc city and then, learning of the Dacienal in the dangers ot summer life in town, would writes a Xehr.i-k- n fanner Iowa Homestead. The important point eventually lie driven to suicide by way out ot his is to secure the most tons of feed per drowning as the toolest troubles acre. dent varieties aie favorOffice at Raine-- , s Liver' li..e Microbes, microbes everywhere. ites, experiments have shown that In the water, in the Lancaster, - -- Kenn.. - , up a deadlv ron. silage corn contains the niot nutriIn th? product of the cow ment when kernels begin to glaze and l'ou can almost hear tlis-n-i mutter In tl.e milk and in the outter before lower leaves become dry. Atlantic .Monthly There is no question but that all green crops can be successfully ensiled. Iloweicr. taking all things Int.i First Beet Extract Factory. Something over a Hundred years ago 1 the haceudailos (rnuchuicii ot Urugiiay coinplaiucd to the government that i. 11". Morrow. Cr.ultiutc Oin i over head of cattle were iiemg . G'n-- e ,. ssjxtvSrss killed annually tor their hides .Hone ZZs&Xi s.'t&iZ 4--" The carcasses, were thrown to the dogs ax! or left oi: the rolling pampas tor the vultures to devour IScer in Uruguay was so plentiful that it was something and of a nuisance ev idently Ot course that dav has passed, but they still have jg to luuvert cattle ciioiigii now n tl.i-lsome 7J0.(!0 head into li:.lMu.U0U rounds of jerked beet in one vear. :Opposite Fos.i Ot u- most of which is sold to llr.izl!. Cuba. Porto Uicoaud other tropical countries Bath In Connection. Perhaps but few people Know that the ot tirst great factory tor the prot'i-tiowas established at S3wl beef extractlittle city on the Uruguay ISviitos. a .jr. VT3 ZX fAHtrt.l 1Si v.. -r river about a hundred miles ,iUove Buenos Aires, the cosmopolitan capital of Argentina, and that it is still operating I'"iay Bentos lias been called the greatest kitchen in the world. On some days 2.00U head of cattle are For Every Occasion slaughtered. Argonaut. DAIRY and CREAMERY Henry Duncan. R. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. A. it-able. Wm. PrysrF Veterinary -- e and Dentist. SurgtJ -- !,,,.,,,, , THE NEW fi e M Barber Shop , $&m J. E. Seale.Proi Fine Cut Flowers asaiaaass BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD GARS i , t. August KlTt t..t fjom August 1. '. ll'l. and i'-Kuars-ntee- GARRARD COUNTY . What Would You !;e.-Is a jeir in w'.icli st'it-slioitaffe uf niut be and iolbIv null u gooil ye.ir folluuini; it Is Impossible to eiurc siocK. to conume the fee.1 i i is Kiiinii. The silo ill even up this The man with a pooii of sil.n;e on h inl it Jl:ijs in .i to t.ik .nH.in-t- ; of Tili'tevi.i niiiv tu.ii ii m with the hanilliii'.- - cl" l.e -r stock. The f inn mill tliA m seiuially a little.- l.ve .tte. t.uiii f.l tli-i- e tiiL-'- ie--i- e - Do? coiiMilerati'in. corn is by far flic best. When i urn is used tin- - enti:- plant, - l afc:-!!!- "! any ruiuctio:' duting tlial lime -- 490. S'4-50- accurately any seed from the smallest flax see to the largest cow pea. Will sow J t0 take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy? !rinr miller tlit ini. ' t :., of the Fiscal Court concern- - ' . . K" 'y "menileil by people siderauon e ascU lt for years and know- SU90. ing the condition of the Canard County ! -i . ,( u ! Court House, the vaults of the same lt: v"'ue. Airs. O. E. Sargenc, Peru trtj.T. ul! ' Au'i4-iiou- : l!. I. : uiritl tctt containing the Public Records, the con- - i lnd. savs. "Chnih.ri;nu i. w. ...... o . .. r. i r .1. . .l:r iuun irui- .i:: ' olitain the maximuni Fuar.er. we will be able to K '" B ' alld J the various office rooms in the Court f? i:i our factory jirodnctioti, and the niim-n.uiin lecommending it." House and the question being before the departiiient'. cot in our purchaint; and sales cars court on motion and the same being or sa'e hy all dealers. bnveeii v.e can reaih an output of 000.000 it wr submitted to the court for vote, it is j tlie ulove dates. And should we reach thi.-- proithe opinion of the court thai the said! sliare from duction, we ajriee to pay as the Snm-r'Court House and the various named j " IiOhroil to 5'" to $tV) per car (on or about August 1. 1915i utrji.il uutjiiis iiccu ivjiaiiiii uiiu in illitoy every retr.il buyer who pui chases i. new Fold car respects remodeling anu u is tne opinion t ir ,u Uea" returned from a trip between August 1. li14 and Augu-- t 1. 1015. of the court that the sum of $15,000.00 last lueday. should be appropriated for the purpose1 l0 For ijrther particulars regau'ing these low prices ... u : ..ft .1 ..f g t.lan see Madison Garage. and .ui. .1 as stone sold to Mr: Hotran . c,....u..... 1 11 IOV.HI wait licit" net. uui, ci( itit, cu4U f "J- P.'ce .s. by suggests that said appropriation be """"'" made and does hereby recommend the v !?,,eaks boU1 t0 1Ils-- I Air r same. that is that the sum of $15,000.00,1 ' ' be appropriated foi the purpose of blorellce Ballard a calf price ?20. g ivmouelmg, repairing and m,. , ,i Mr"" Dcnn,e the two vaults and changing the loca-. a tnu to 0hl last Tuesday. tion of the same in the Court House if ' "om j necessarj for remodeling the cupola if Mrs. Isaac Montgomeay who lias found to De neccessarv: for remodelimr s. n i inI and repairing the Circuit Court Room been very sick, is doing nicely now. .eczm a and remodeling, repairing, and over Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dutban of Burgin hauling the Court House for the purJtbsy ria t& igubLiSvb pose of making :t neat anu comfortable am with relatives here and attending and to put in the same a system of the meeting. heating and to put water from the Miss Nannie Coulter of Bryantsvillo Lancaster Water Works in the same. It is therefore ordered and adjudged was the guest Saturday and Sunday cl by the Fiscal Court of Garrard County Miss Mary Sherrow. Kentucky that at the Regular Election tobe held in Garrard County on the Mr. and Mrs. Lunsford 'and children third day of November 1914 an election of Danville were with her parents. Mr. shall be held and a poll shall be opened at anu Mrs. Jno. Hanun Sunday. which all legal voters in Garrard County shall be privileged to vote on the quesMr. and Mrs. W. N. Grow of Poor tion; "Are you in favor of issuing Ridge were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. bonds, for the purpose of remodeling and repairing the Court House of W. L. Grow Saturday night. Garrard Countv Kentucky, for a sum Mrs. J. E. Sherrow had a fall frou, a not exceeding $15,000 00." horse Saturday and was bruised on the It is further ordered that an election be held and polls be opened at all the back and head but luckily was not voting precincts in Garrard county and seiiously injured. the Sheritf of Garrard county be and Mrs. j. H. Hamilton of Hamilton he is hereby directed to advertise said election and the objects thereof, for at Valley was with her parents Mr. and least 30 days next before thereof, in the Mrs. F. W. Montgomery Saturday-nigh- t Central Record, it beinfj the news paand Sunday. per having the largest circulation in said County, and further advertise the same The series of meetings began at this by printed hand bills, posted up at or place Sunday conducted by pastor, J. notless than four public places in each voting precinct in Garrard County arid W. Mahan and Rev. Dotsor. of Harrods-buralso at the Court House door, the Clerk Let every one come. of the Court is ordered to furnish a Sunday School at this place obcertified copy of the order to said Sher- hThe iff. It is further ordered that if the served Mission Day Sunday. An apvote hereby ordered is in favor of said All Kentucky Drills have the immense advantage of the low bond issue, then the Fiscal Court will propriate program was rendered and a in obedience to said vote and under geneious contribution was given for hitch, it has also a general purpose disk, being especially good in hard Chapter 52 Article 4 Kentucky Statutes State Mission. and the other Statutes relating to this ground, crusty tough soil, unplowed stubble or root land. Equipped subject issue bonds in any sum not exceeding 515,000.00, for the purpose of Why Not Publish It. with chilled bearings which are simple and durable, drag bars of heavy repaiiing and remodeling the Court House of Garrard County Kentucky high carbon steel, built of the best material throughout. Get our price and to be issued upon such terms as to When you want a fact to become time of payment and to payment of generally known, the right way is to and don't experiment with some new thing. Get the Standard of interest and sale of Bonds as the Court publish it. Mrs. Joseph Kalians, Peru in its discretion may deem best.but the lnd. was troubled with belching, sour Drills, the KENTUCKY. bunds are not to be sold for less than stomach and frequent headaches. She their face value or bear interest at a greater rate than six per cent interest writes, "I feel it my duty to tell others what Chamberlain's Tablets have done per annum from date until paid. A true copy. for me. They have helped my digesattest J. W. Hamilton, Clerk tion and regulated my bowels. Since Garrard County Court. using them I have been entirely well". Ky. C. A. Robinson, Sheriff of Garrard, Co. For sale by all dealers. ' TOURING CAR .RUNABOUT TOWN CAR - - - called. I mere ate many times when one man TfiNRT 1llestions another's actions and motives. 1 UWiL Men act differently under different cir- the question is. what Sooner sWial Torn Ao.icr ?? ini ,1 LU,";S ante3s 5 r would vou do light now if you had a ' Bond Election to Repair Court House severe cold? Could-yodo better than "" - . hp Miif'Stmii ' r- ) j i . ' r. ! "'"f" I s , ,' prof.t-sharin- ,.i .,JH.;jr; . i.. 1 I over-haulin- 1, ..... entucisy e including the car. .lim.'-I be plnn-- l In the .silo. The si!u ni:iy be tilled as fast .is the crop is hauled from the Held, though r.ifidity of tiMi'ig is unimportant mi long , fn-sfmli'cr on top before mold forms, t'.irn should always cut. as it packs p.-- t tor. is more r.udil.v hauled and the stock eat it easier. The shorter the fodder the better. One-hal- f an in- h I. common length. To prevent waste after the silo In, been tilled straw can be placed on top to a depth of sK inches or a foot. A better method, however, is to place tarred paper over the top and then cover villi straw. Silage is pre-cinently a feed for dairy cattle. It takes eight to ten men live d.iys to lill a 12 by I'T foot silo, which takes fifteen acres of corn. There should be three or four boys in the silo tramping it Silage is a necessity with breeding cattle, growing stock and young animals. They eat it with relish and benefit fiom it. as It Keeps the li'iwoN normal, the body tissues snappy, skin pliant and coat glossy. These all mark the stock in condition to make the most from their feed. Three tons of silage are equal to one ton of bay fo feeding, and as silage costs on the average ?1.."0 a ton it is much cheaper than hay. In fact, it is one of the most economical feeds-- . a-h H Theater Headaches. John M. V3cRoberts The most frequent caue of head aches occurring during or after the theater is eye strain. People who use the full energy of the delicate eye muscles to obtain perfect vision are often unconscious ot t!iw strain In the theater the continuous effort to Physician and Suryecn- keep everything constant!- iodised e haiists the nerve centers and headache LANCASTER KY. of seating the results. The prsi'-ticOffice Phone !. In total darkness while they audience Residcrce ".! rt -- . are staring into an intensely lighted stage is another serious factor. The Office Ilurs la.tc - pupils being widely dilated iu the K.ut to lS.lr-.s: l.ex.ngtfeu to 1 dark, admit the excess of light from stage, often producing irritation of the "W-AJCEOCthe eves which lasts sometimes for J days. DBISTI3T. Those subject to headaches should never sit where it is necessary to raise Plume t'S. Lanciuter. Kv the eyes to watch the stage. This unnatural position of the eyes is very tiresome even to those who never have trouble at other times. Journal American Medical Association. W. Kl ELU0TT, i e J3. IP. H. J. PATRICK, Flight of the Housefly. of London tinds that nousellies tend to travel either against or across the .wind This direction may tie directly determined oy the action of the wind, or indirectly, owing to the Hies being attracted by odors liorne by the wind Kine weather and uai-mtM. fa voi dispersal, and tlii-travel further in the open country than Deciers Of 8tntal Surgery. in towns probablj because the houses olfer food and shelter In thickly t'f. e st,,.,,,, .. ftulltllHgevet Unr: A . .. housed localities the usual maximum Furniture Stcrt. flight is about n quarter of a mile, hut LANCASTER, KENTLTK in one case a single Hy was recovered at a distance ot 770 yards partly over open fenland. When set free in the afternoon Hies do not scatter so well as in the morning Liberated tiles often mount almost vertically to a height ot forty-fiv- e feet or more. Dr. llindle Paint Iic. lxS2.tcv h LUmiK WJ.te!er e V J R BEAZLEY Funeral Direclor and Embainiof v STREAKS IN BUTTER. Condition Caused by Improper Working i T g. Becker, Ballard & Co BRYANTSV1LLE, PHONE 27. and Salting. Streaked butter is caused by insulli-cien- t or improper working, the salt not being thoroughly incorporated and the buttermilk removed, sajs the Rural Butter need not be worked through thiee waters Churn the cream at a sulllciently low temperature to bring the butter in large grannies rath er than as a soft mass. Stop the churning before these granules become unit ed in a solid mass. Drain off the buttermilk. Add cold water to the butter in the churn and rinse by using the ladle in a dash churn or by giving a barrel churn a few turns. Drain off the rinse water, remove the butter to a bowl and tilt the latter, allowing the butter to drain for twenty minutes or so. After the free water has drained off cover the butter in the bowl with the proper amount of salt, work it in lightly with the ladle and set the butter aside In a cool place for a few hours to allow the salt to dissolve and enter the butter. Then work the butter again, jutting and pressing it until the streaks caused by the buttermilk disappear. Tilt the bowl frequently to drain off the buttermilk as it works out. This should take but a few minutes. Overworking the butter causes it to become Balvy. Work the butter by cutting and pressure, never draw the ladle over the butter with a sliding motion. This breaks the grain. When packing the pressure of the ladle will also remove buttermilk and brine. Drain this off. Avoid working butter more than neces-Bar- y to.lncorporate the salt and remove the buttermilk and excess of brine. New-Yorke- r. Switzerland's President. There is one highly civilized country in which not one person in four could 117. Residence Pho give their ruler's name. That country Oliice Phone One reason why the Is Switzerland a liJ-rs. i . .1iVs..1Il piesitlent is almost unknown either by name or by sight is that he is not a figure at all He ha no privileges as president and no ollicial uni form- - not even ot the army Switzer land has a fresh president every year Leading Manufactiinn-- i He ii;s no personal authority as preI lent and is practically only the speak er or Switzerland's unassuming little parliament. It is recorded that at a meeting of Swiss business men no one 133-13- 5 West Main St. could recall the name of the president. -- :The waiter was asked fie happened Lexington, Kentucky. to know, because the president vva New York, I'russe . i .gum;. hi uncle. Philadelphia Times. Victor Bogaort Co. jewsiersfiiniporters : Trouble Ahead. "That speech you made placing me in nomination was a splendid statement of the case," said the grateful randldatc. "Yes." replied the old campaigner, it was a One statement. But we're going to have a dickens ot a time proving it." Washington Star. Which? Wife I hired u new cook today. Lena Stout. Huh You did: And which is sue': Wife Which what? TRE Strawberry Plants Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agr Eub Lean or stout All the Details. Relle Get n letter from Petty. Beulab Did he forget anything? "I guess not. It's got nineteen post-rrl?on It"- - Yonkers Statesman, Advising I Rochefimcauld. ts H.P.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington Kentuckv Nurserymen since 1841".. easier than helping. 0 9' , ,.i Page 8 ! FARMER'S COLUMN inftoomi.tiuini0ouo000 dpxco tielnw thu beading Is for tlie exclu-iv- e use f our Inrmer subscribers, and la for the t!e of KtucV. gram and such tilings on tin- - limner cmitiot afford to adverfarm tise. No notice ulll oe accepted mer four of tlie o es line- - tnd i!l lieonlyln free ot ciiarpe The Central Record, Thursday Oct I have about rye for sale. 75 1, 1914. YOU'LL FIND bushels of good seed John M. Farra. mule tim- ROOSEVELT COMING Sam Sutton sold a crackerjack colt to W. B. Denny, for SU0. For Saie:-- 5 tons of good clean Fred Conn. othy hav. POULTRY and EGGS MOLTING POULTRY. School Days We won't luve no geography to study any more As Ioiik as maps is bein' changed an shifted by the war. You cannot bound a country while the boundaries is all mixed. An' m we just have not to wait until they Ket 'em lixed. But that don't help a feller none. Tho teacher is too slick; She makes you spend tho time you've saved 'rithmetic! IT IN THIS COLUMN, TO KENTUCKY. V The Kentucky Republicads are reckoning without their host if they are going to rely on Theodore Roosevelt keeping quiet in this Campaign. Governor Will-so- n who aspires to succeed the late Senator, W. O. Bradley, has pretended to be a great friend and admirer of President Roosevelt, but in the last National Campaign he cast his fortunes with Taft and went down to defeat with him. Willson has no faith in the Progres sive cause, subscribes to none of its principles, believes that it tends to Socialism, and has done everything in his power in the past to defeat its candidates. Now that he again ;seeks high office, he has only honied words for the Progressives and he is urging them to come back again to the waiting arms of the Republican party and forget all past differences. While the support of Governor Willson might have elected a Progressive Congressman from the Louisville District, he made speeches for Taft and the Republican nominee for Congress, and as a consequence the Democrats carrid the district. Progressives have not forgotten Willson's attacks upon them and they will support their own candidate. Burton Vance, this Fall instead of listening to Willson's wheedling words. The Republican Committe that called on President Roosevelt at Indianapolis, where, by the way, he had a most enrecepttion, received the thusiastic good news from him that he will make several speeches in Kentucky this Fall for the Progressive nominees for the His active Senate and for Congress. entrance in the Campaign will bring out the Progressive vote, and with the thorough organization that they are making, it sems probable 'that the Progressive candidate. Burton Vance, will receive more votes than Willson, the Republican candidate for the Senate. Tlie Progressives have cast more than 2.".000 votes in the Louisville District alone and they hope this year to exceed that figure. There is no discounting the popularity of Theodore Roosevelt in Kentucky and people of all parties admire his ability He is as and respect his courage. much in earnest in this fight as he was in the Presidential contest. He has already spoken in Kansas, Indiana and Illinois and will later make a thorough canvass of New York State. With Theodore Roosevelt in the saddle, the Progressive party is very much alive, not only in Kentucky but all over the nation. Mens Suits - J j TROUBLE AGAIN THREATENED IN MEXICO. Robert Shearer bought two mule colts of Frank Broadus. price $50 each Mr. S. B. Henry sold at Moores. Trouble is again imminent in Mexico. Gen. Villa is up in arms, and is advancGoods 25, 50 and 75 cts. on the dollar ing his troops toward the interior with half price at Moores. a plantation horse to Richard Gentry, of Boyle, for Fowls Need Food Rich In Protein During This Period. 200 bushels Feed barley for sale $180. Farm poultry molt annually, and the Walton Moss. For. Sale: A good all around work molt in healthy fowls begins in early autumn and continue-- - for about four and driving mare. Good apple vinegar for sale. mouths. It will pn. any oi.e wh. keeps Mrs. Ida Tinsley. Edd Grow, Phone 50-poultry to give J lie iicn special care Lost: Plain Gold Ring with initials ami attention dm in-- ; th.- - i..oItiug periJames I. Hamilton has "0 good ewes, R. A. L. on inside, between Danville od, writes Ira (1 Mie'labarger in he will sell on one years time. Liberal reward if re- Hoard's Dairyman. and Lancaster. The best plan to follow 1: to begin turned to this office. 1,000 bushel of seed Rarley for sale. feeding the fowls liberally on vegetable Call office phone 100 or residence l."3. FOR SALE CHEAP-- A good Hoosier A. F. Sanders. J. B. Woods, wheat drill. Paint Lick, Ky. Mr. G A. Morgan, of Spainev, has Mr. John Pepples, of Lincoln, sold to 300 bushels of nice seed rye for sa'e. W. B. Burton, ten head of yearling Write him. mules, for $105. a head. Write ie Wanted a small farm. Mr. R. D. Lee bought of J. I. HamO. Wearen, Route 3, sription. & 129 acres of land at $76. Lancaster, Ky. ilton Blades per acre, als sold to J. I, Hamilton, property at Judson for $1300. Bud Pollard has some nice sows and bargain. pigs he will sell some one at a Mr. H. D. Lee sold to Herbert Lee See him quick if you want a bargain. the mail route and automobile for $500 Strayed from my place at Hyattsville Mr. W. T. West has a good register! about Sept. 18th a red sow weight ed Southdown buck for sale. about 200 lbs. smooth crop in right ear, I will pay i swallow pork in left ear. Fos Sale;- - A No. 1 Short Horn Bull a liberal reward for her return. 9 months old. j H. S. Gay, Jas. Sutton. R. R. No. 1 Lancaster, Ky. Marksbuy, Ky. For Rent: 1 desire to rent for the ' year 1915 about 135 acres of land loca- "trayed from my place about three n eks ago. a dark red male shoat ted about 3 miles from town on Buck- eye road. A. W. Kavanaugh. x 'ghing about To lbs. Jas. X. Denny. R. F. D. 1. Mr. Mit Ross, Paint Lick's prominent! shipper and trader, shipped a load of 1 oelieve I have the best Southdown 1200 pound cattle to the Cincinnati buck in the country, for sale, and 2 of market Saturday. They were pur- - , the best Duruc boars in the world. chased of Robert Teater for 7J cents a J. F. Robinson. pound. I ! j J For Sale Or ington Street. RENT:-M- y place on LexMrs, Susan Fisher. ain't no history to bust yer brains on now. It's bein' all made over in tlie European Of course there You Ladies and childrens low cut shoes half price at Moores. For Sale; Telephone Stock in Exchange. Hallie B. Sweeney, Bryar.tsville Ky. Come to the closing out sale of R. H. Batson stock of goods. Nor But We row. don't Know who'll be kins of what when all the scrap is done what tlie biggest battles was until somebody's won. that don't get us nothin'! Naw! The time we save on that have to use, the teacher says, to net our grammar pat! is dreadful, the Frank Moore salt. ply gotto be There might be compensations (there's a word!) it seems to me. If It would mix up grammar like it iiue.. geography An' make the hash of 'rithmetic It does of history It might not do the world much good, but it would help a lot To lishtenin' the grievous loads us litlle kids has got! James J. llontngne in New York American. I know tile war but If It's sim- Just received :Fresh tar Kanawha J. E. Anderson, the avowed intention of giving battle to the tarranzaites. Villa has announced that he would never accept Gen. Carranza as President of Mexico, either protempore o- - otherwise, and that peace may be obtained only by the unconditional withdrawal of Car-ranfrom office. Villa also demands an early election, pledging himself not to be a candidate and demanding that Carranza not ofiV;r himself. The United States; while declaring a policy of in the latest imbroglio, has also decided not to withdraw our troops from Vera Cruz, at least for the present. Point Leavell. Kv. LOST:-Paof gold nose glasses on Crab Orchard pike. If found kindly return to Record office. W. M Mahan. ir NOTICE TO STOCK RAISERS I For Sale Or Rent. INFANTILE NEAR, PARALYSIS CURE HINTS DR. FLEXNER Reports Finding of Germ of Disease That Makes Cripples. Hope of a cure for infantile paralysis, a disease that has batlied the medical profes.-io- n for years, is held out by Dr. Simon Flexner, director of t!ie Rockefeller Institute For Medical Research. Dr. Tile Langs ban came from popuwhere il has long lar. In tills country it is one of the most fouls. :md The hens are t client lav Lang'h.111 is exas a table bild the cellent. The wemhts .lie: Cocks, pounds cockei els. nine and eight pounds; liens, seven and pounds; pullets, six and a half Tlie illustration shows .1 Iiugshau cockerel Halt-lanel-, one-half one-half Wanted; A No. one 4000 tobacco sticks. Walton Moss. For Sale A farm of 113 acres, five miles from Lancaster near Buckeye pike on good j j ' Kentucky wheat drill good ' dirt road, stone house with with eight rooms, new tenant house on place with ts new, for $20. three rooms. 2 good tobacco barns. J. T. Henry. Good land for hemp, tobacco and all Foil Rent; For year 1915. with grain. If interested call on, Dave seeding privilege this fall, 150 acre Anderson, R. F. D No. 3 Lancaster, farm with gocd five room house. 30 Ky. acres wheat. 20 acres corn. 3 acres tobacco, rest in meadow and grass. Fred J. Conn, Lancaster, Ky ' ' PUBLIC SALE OF Fok SALE:-Barre- d Piymoth Rock eggs. Mrs. J. A. Hubble, R. R. No. 1. Eubank, Ky. 'Registered For Sale; Farm of 23 acres, two and j I will sell at Stanford. Ky., at public half miles from town on Buckeye pike. New improvements. Price and terms auction, to the highest bidder on Monday, County Court Day, October 12th, reasonable. C. A. Wearren, Lancaster. R. R. no. 3 20-Jer- sey i I" Jersey Cows and Heifers. Cattle-- 20 Mr. W. M. Smith, of Point Leavlle. has 23 head of steers that will weigh from 700 to 1003 pound, he wishes to sell at 7 cents. I Fou Sale: A few more-- extra nice white Leghorn hens at a reasonable price. Mrs. Jno. O. Doty. Marksburv. Kv. sale. These Jerseys are "bred in the purple" of heavy milk and butter strain, and are first class in every respect. The cows rre just fresh and heifers from 4 to 18 months old. Sale begins at 11 o'clock a. m. Liberal terms for payment. Pedigrees stated at sale. G B. SWINE3R0AD, Lancaster, Ky. ' ' natter and food rich iu protein. One of the best and mot common pi o toil) feed! is skiuunilk. either sweet or sour. It is claimed by the best of authorities that skliumilk is more valuable as food for lmultry than it is for hogs or calves. If skimmilk could be given in liberal allowances the results obtained would be quite satisfactory. Wheat, which is rich iu protein, should also lie fed in liberal iiuantities when at hand ami should be substituted for corn. Sunflower seed will also be found a valuable food at this time. One experiment station found that a ration containing goodly portions of linseed meal caused the fowls to all molt at practically the same time, eatlier In the season and more rapidly. A ration that will pay any farmer to feed his fowls in connection with skimmilk is this one: Three pound-- , corn. f pound lintwo pounds wheat, pound beef f seed meal and scraps. Grind the grains and mix the whole mass together and feed in hoppers. If the fowls are yarded supply an abundance of green vegetable matter. If one does pot wish to go to the expense of grinding these grains feed them whole in hoppers with the meat and oilmen!. It will pay handsomely lo grind the grains, but when fed whole feed the corn rather sparingly one-halone-hal- Crystal White Orphington pullets for Ready to lay. $1.00 each. J. T. Preston. Camp Nelson. Ky. For Sale. I wiii have eight yearlings and one malady there is no serum, antitoxin or ' two year old mule at tlie stock pens in known cure except to get your traps T. W. Conn. Lancaster. Court day. together and iiead for the nearest stream. During the last week the 1 have about 10 three year old mules wind has persistently hung in the noith which I will let out to reliable parties east, and under such conditions fish to bred!:. Also have 100 shoats to feed were never known to bite, but knowing S. Morgan. or sell. ones who have been kiepipg close tab on conditions say that "when the moon A nice suuthdiiivn buck strayed from fulls the sign will be light", and we V. A. Lear's last week and was last have made our arrangements to seek Any information the remedy for tile 3een around town. is sure upon wii! be appreciated by its owner. us strong. J. M. Cress. Preachersville. Ky. Phone 3S'J G. WE FEEL IT IN THE AIR. killing poultry lice. When the tang of frost is beginning Mercurial Ointment an Effective Remto be noticeable in the air there is an edy on Mature Birds. epidemic of what is ditgnosed as ''fall Prepared by poultry division. United fishing fever" prevalent. For this! States department of agriculture.! on mature poultry is od of kllling-llc- e by the use of mercurial ointment. One patt of ointment is mixed with tvvi The modern and most effective meth- 21 Mr. A. T. Traylor, of Lincoln, has head of good sheep and an extra! good Shropshire buck for sale. Wri'e ' iu demand. h:m at once for thev are ctifetltiS, fevoizs? Mrs. Walter Vincent of Pleasant Hill, N. C.', writes: "For three sum- mere I suifered from nervousness, dreadful pains in my back and sides, and weak sinking spells. Three bottles of Cardui, the woman's tonic, relieved me entire- ly. I feel like another person, now." FokSaLE; - One yearling horse colt, alsa a good family mare gentle for children to Orive. Jno 0. 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 otlice, or Jones Anderson, Preachersville. Reward. No. 1 I fyp t 4 g& hs? 0T B)fj (S)l jfe T' J parts of lard, and :t portion about the of a pea is rubbed on the skin of the lien's body below the vent, A spae.-no- t larger than the size of a quarter dollar should be greased, as when : larger surface is treated the mercury will be absorbed and the hen's egg pro ililction decreased. A short time ag 1.01S single comb White Leghorn hen were treated in this way. und afterward not a single louse could be found on any of them. The advantage of using the ointment lies in the fact that it Is necos.snry to apply It only once in six 'weeks. The lire are attracted by the moisture ami appear to tlock to the spot treated with the ointment. This method is preferable to dusting hens with insect powder or dipping them in a germicidal solution. It is simpler, cheaper and more effective. However, the mercurial ointment must not be applied to baby chicks or to hens sitting on egg. for hatching. The use of inect powder before sitters are placed on eggs nil twice during the hatch is the best 2nd safest "way for sitting liens. Changing Fowls' Feed. vJ yr $y PS ' dQ Seed wheat for sale Hervev & Woods. Paint Lick, Ky. TAKE mash from When f$L hoppers liens ate fed a dryscattered in and have grain (g) deep litter there is little danger of the"..' I have J acre of sorghum that I want made on shares or will pay for having J. A. Conn, Jr. made. LOST September ICth a black yearling heifer. Any information will be appreciateed. Wm. Anderson, Marksbury Ky. Mr. J. G. Burnside, near Point Leav-el- l, would like to graze about 20 cattle on a fine piece of grass for 30 days. He also has 3 Ky Red Berkshire boars, I Cardui p. yr. (g) Ttie Woman's Tonic j Syt fi ;gj OP (Ssl weight sale. 100 pounds each that are for Fh-- Rest For 1915. &J I hare two good houses, tobacco and corn land for rent to responsible people. Teams and tools furnished, if so desired. For other information call on Sweeney Morgan, R. F. D. No. 4, Stanford, Ky, for over 50 years, Cardui has been helping to relieve women's un- - ( necessary pains and 4& V3? building weak women up to health and strength. lJjm It will do the same for you, if given a fair trial. l So, don't Walt, but begia taking Cardui today. fbr your its im and xkouM wrely do you E-good. rf 'jjr f becoming too fat, yet it is not well t. adopt this method of feeding when lii" have been accustomed to a moist ina-- h as the change is likely to upset then When it Is desired to change from a wet to a dry mash and the latter is t be kept before the hens all the thin they should lie heavily fed on grain s. some will be left in the litter wli t they go to roost Keep this up several days, when the dry mash ni" tie placed before them and the ar:.iii ration reduced. ' eastern 19 f (A S !2 CASTOR I A IWf For Infants and Children. KM Yh Han Always Bwght 72 Blars the Signature of &&?. &&&. Flexner explains that through experimentation the of tlie disease, heretofore invisible even with the aid of the most powerful microscopes and extremely ville Ky, sells the New Home Sewing ditlicult to grow outside the human Machines. Write him for the best on body, has finally been grown in test (earth, until we get an agent in Lan tubes and is found visible when caster. viewed through tlie microscope in The New Home Sewing Machine Co, masses. He makes no definite promChicago III. J. T. Leake. State Agt ise, but he leaves the distinct impresthat recent experiment witli this sion minute germ will soon produce results For Sale. of a most iniiKirtant character. Research work concerning the disA choice lot of Blue Grass Seed. It ease lias been in progress at the is A. 1. free from Sour Dock and all Rockefeller institute for about six Garrard Milling Co. weeds. years. Results at first were similar to those iu other laboratories, where the virulent agent eluded primary Farm For Sale detection. But the ample 166 5 acres (4J) miles from Lancasmeans at the command of Dr. Flexner ter, will sell as a whole or in two tracts enabled him to pursue tlie work 116 5 with improvements or (50) acres the stage nt which It had blockunimproved. N. H. Bogie. ed others. Lexington. Ky. Infant paralysis is spread in many ways. The common housefly is an WILSON BECKENDORSES active carrier of it. Bedbugs and For Sale hens distribute- it. Unman and other HAM AND CAMDEN. Sixty acres of land. 2 miles from carriers have been found which do Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike. Good not themselves suffer from the dis President Woodrow Wilson considerease, but which appear to exhale the house, barn and plenty ot water. ed the Maine election so important in tiny organisms and thus infect Herndon & Walker, Lancaster. Ky. persons with whom they come its relation to National Politics that at his personal request Senator Ollie in contact Kentucky Red Berkshire. For Sale. The disease has appalling iMtver to James made a number of speeches in produce deformities. that State. Congressman Barkley of I have 10 nice young boars for sale. Kentucky was also on the stump in They are from Anna Bell and Fancy POSTAL BANKS' BIG GAINS. Maine and a number of other powerful friends of the administration lent their Lady, the choice of my herd, W. B. Denny, Lancaster Ky. ThroughAbout 48,000,000 on Deposit efforts to promoting the Democratic tf out the Country. cause. The success of the Democratic There are now In tUr United States ticket in Maine was most gratifying to Notice !.ir:: postoflices that are- posr-.i- l savings President Wilson, as it was to DemocThe Citv taxes and water rents are Deposits for the rats every. Theie is an. old saying, bank depositories. whole country at the end of Angr-s- t "That as Maine goes so goes the due and must be paid at once. The aiconling to an announcement lo.iiit. City must have this money in order to The New Union", and it is certain as anything meet expenses and unless paid a penalty amount to alwut York olBce, with au increase of ."!rj(i,-M'- can be in Politics, that as- Maine has will be levied. L. E- - Herron, gain gone this year, so will the whole Union in August, made the Collector. for the month. Other otllecs showing go this vear overwhelmingly Democratic Room for rent. Miss Fannie Bishop lame Increases in the urouth are: President Wilson is as- much interestChicago, $liI.(;0ti; Boston. .SU.i.0UU: Clarks best thread 4 cts at Moores. (Detroit, 7fl.(KKi: Newark, ?."4.HIMI: Los ed in the election of two Democratic j ueles, ?5.0iX): Portland. tv.. $.11.-jn- Senators in Kentucky this year as he Cleveland, Butte. was in the Maine election. At the EXPERT STOVE POLISHER. Kansas City. Mo.. .si::,l!i!i: Milwaukee. meeting of the Democratic State St. Louis. ::t,.oih): mtishnrgh. Central and Executive Committees at Bill Ijarris. expert stove cleaner and ItulTalo. "!.O0O; Minneapolis. Louisville recently, a telegram was polisher. Headquarters, store of J. R. Philadelphia. .J7.O00: Seattle, by Senator James from Presid- Mount, Son and Co. ;Ui:.;CO: Cincinnati. Jli.nni: St Paul. received . ent Wilson urging the election of BeckToledo. &MJKH; Columbti-iI have 247 acres of good land on Paint !JKM1. i.V.iDO: Tacouia. and Denver ham and Camden to the Senate. It is -absolutely necessary that the Denocratic Lick creek, that I will sell in three tl.l"l!l vote in th3 Senate, be strengthened and tracts or as a whole. This land is that tlie work of the administration be known as the Lafanial Cotton farm. risks The loss of a Democratic J. A. Cotton, i hough Gald.ers. R, F. D. No. 2 Saves Wounded Senator at this time would be disastrous ohelh Buret All Around Her. Richmond, Ky. PD. to the Democratic party, and realizing "iv.i.'liig the l,o;iili:.riiiieui of the gravity of the national Situation the M!!e. lie Seiliuv. vv Iio belong to ow President is taking a personal interest of the most proiulueul faio; ie.-- of in LOST. the Kentucky Campaign this fall. Franco, found tVjo vviiuuiled ..ldiers He has said to hi3 friends that he Camp Dick abandoned among the ruin-.- " writes :i Between Lancaster, would be glad to make a speech in Kings Mill and Danville a Corbin Harfrom Paris. VItIioii"b the shells were lnirtiii"- Kentucky for the ticket, but on ac- vard Key No. 652074. Return to Recall around, the young yrirl ransacked count of the International complica- ord Office and receive suitable reward. the place until she found a donkey and tions, he has decided not to make any cart. She tilled the cart with straw public addresses at this time. A little and succeeded, all unaided, in "hoisting later, however, he will issue several GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. the wounded men into the little spring statements, setting forth the work done less vehicle. PlfFs. administration and Willis Myers' Exec, et al. "There was no place in the cart for by the Democratic VS. Mil, de Selligny, so she marched thir- appealing to the people of the whole Defts. ty miles with her wounded to the near country, to support him and his party Henry Jefferson, et al, The creditors of the estate of Willis in the patriotic work they are performest ambulance." ing. Myers are hereby notified that the unGovernor Beckham and Senator dersigned Master Commissioner of the Horse Meat For Prisoners. In Germany sigiv of distress are now Camdon, stand shoulder to shoulder Gtrrard Circuit Court will sit in his apparent in the comments of newspa with the President on all public ques- office Friday, October 9th, 1914, for pers. The Lokalanzeiger in several Is tions. Senator James, has done a the purpose of receiving and auditing sues complains that prisoners of war giant's work in fighting the President's claims against the estate of Willis are fed much better than millions of battles in the Senate and ha. had ex- Myers, deceased, and all tho3e persons Germans, who often have no butte-an- d cellent support from Senator Camden. having claims against the said estate eat meat only twice .a week When Senator Camden's term expires. will present the same pioperly verified whereas the prisoners get meat dailv Governor Beckhanwill be ready to co- according to law. The same paper also suggests tint W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. operate with the Prrsident in solving wounded and dead horses on the b- -t tlefield should immediately be convel those great problems that now confront etl Into sausages and other food for the the party and the nation. Every Democrat in Kentucky, should j "Nicodemus Glynn", the funniest German population and the prlsnm"-o- f war. go to the polls in November and cast I man in minstrelsy, Charley Ga'no, pro- -i his vote for Governor Beckham and dacer commedian, endman and muuo--, Camden and thus endorse that great Iogist, Vermont & Hellman (balck Mutt statesman and patriot, Woodrow Wil- - ana oen;, auric anu L.onuun, imperial ToBed Up Wkole System. Musical Hussars, Juggling in Japan "Chamberlain's Tablets have done Milton, The Metropolitan Singing Four, I ever dared hope more for me than ft some of the minstrel vaudeville featurfor," writes Mrs. Esther Mae Baker, Easiness. Phonography kO Spencerport, N. Y. "I used several J TYPEWRITING and es with Joe Coburns Greater Minstrels TELEGRAPHY at the Opera House on Saturday night. bottles of these tablets a few months ago. They not only cured me of bilious WlLUHtKSMITH IUSINESS COLLEIE The biggest and best and positively ALL .Uana-.gMjMmt&j attacks, sick headaches and that tired IaispniatniJMMHrtoOeaaaciilGolltp In jurcsBtn. NEW company and programme Iti FrMUtnt kn TMit of xperienc Coburn has ever presented. Seats out feeling, but toned up my whole joant iBiilwoBnorOCCM. on Bale at McRoberts Drug Store. system. " For sale by all dealers. animal uiicio-orgaiikm 2-2-J My place, house and three acres of Louis National Stock Yards where 1 land just out of town limits on Richinvestigated thoroughly the serum mond St. G. P. Terriil. plant and laboratories of the Corn Belt Anti Hog Cholera Serum Co. I found Strayed to my place on White Oak it one of the most sanitary lane a red steer. Owner can have serum plants in the United States. same by paying for keep and this notice. ; Every precaution conceivable is used pd. Henry Robinson. and their method of producing Hog Cholera sernm and virus is perfect. So Call on me for all kinds of fruit and well was I impressed with their system ornamental trees, shrubs, hedge and of production of Anti Hog Cholera Ser Strawberry plants. Everything for um and Virus, their method of preserthe lawn and garden. I reprefent the vation of same and the sanitary equipbest nusery known. ment used in connection with same that Jas. A. Royston. I have consented to use their vaccine Pnone No. 200. Lancaster, Ky. in Garrard county. 1 he process ot producing this Anti The Freeman Furniture Co of Dan- Hog Cholera Serum and Virus is under have just returned from the St. Siv': ' girl rescuer life. s up-hel- d. ' 10-3-- I (orre-iKiude- iit , the supervision of United States Government experts, who dailv test and also superintend the preparation of every bottle of vaccine put out by the plant. The making of this Anti Hog Cholera Serum is inspected by Government employes with as much care a? the store keeper and gaugers watch over the different distilleries of the United States. It is a well known and indisputable fact that Anti Hog Cholera Sernm is a preventative of Hog Cholera, it is recommended by the U. S. Government and most all successful hog raisers have their hogs- vaccinated. If you aye in doubt as to what step3 to take to prevent Hog Cholera, write to the department of Animal Husbandry of any State College in the United To the United States GovernStates. ment, to any foreign Government or to any successful hog raiser and the universal opinion is that the use of Anti Hag Cholera Serum is the proper thing to use. Every drop- of Serum and Virus sent out by the Corn Belt Serum Co. of St. Louis Slock Yards, is tested on living hogs and is found to be absolutely all right before shipment. If there is anv thing you do not understand or anything you wish to know about the vaccination of hogs, I will be glad to explain. 1 am at Raney's Livery Stable and will be glad to explain anything you wish to know between the hours of 8 and 12 a. m.. and from X to G p. m., every day except Surday. I am a Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist, am registered in the Comity Clerks office at Lancaster. Garrard County, Kentucky. I hold a Canadian Diploma which is on display at my offic. for the inspection of the public. I formerly practiced at the St. Louis National Stock Yards, at Paris Ky and NicholasviIIe Ky. I treat diseases and infections of horses, mules, jacks, jennets, cattle, sheep, hogs, dogs and pet animals of any kind, also wild animals in captivity. I put up and prepare many veterinary medical preparations for the prevention and treatment bearing my own label, of all live stock ailoperations by apments. I pointment only. I call to see livestock any time of day or night, any place in Garrard or adjoining counties. I have been a practicing Veterinarian in Garrard county for about two years, if you do not know who I am ask your neighbor. If you want your hogs write wire, come to see me or address me at Lancaster, Garrsra county, Ky. Dr. W. D. Pryor. Office Phone 213 Stable Phone 45.i or call Kengarlan Hotel No. 17. pe-form PUBLIC SALE. F- - O- CROP STOCK & IMPLEMENTS Having sold my farm, I will on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15th. 1914. at my residence; two miles East of Bryantsville on the Mt. Hebron pike, at 10 a. m. offer to the highest and best bidder the following Stock, Crop and Farming Implements: One pair large mules; 1 pair 2 year-rimules, well broke; 2 yearling mare mules; 1 aged mule; 1 good, gentle family horse; 1 yearling colt; 1 Jersey Cow 1 buggy, good as new, 2 sets buggy harness. 1 set wagon harness; 1 set plow harness; 1 Deering Mower, good as new; 1 new hay rake; 1 hill side slide and other arplow; 1 two-horticles too- numerous to mention. Also onerhalf intetesf .in 50Cacres of orn in the heap,, and one-ha- lf in 8 acresof tobacco in barn to be made ready fotfthe market. Terms made known o'n day of sale. se - d . er TS2Z' Capt. XmrBodrBeAuct. 1 J f M:W;syANARSDALE.