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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 8, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914100801_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 8, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. A THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGJOb, UN2ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. TWKNTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 8, 1914. Corn cutting is in progress. NUMBER 27. .SWEET i TATERS" PLENTIFUL tf 515. Suits $7.00 at Moore's. UNNAMED RELIG- gS'MiSliii!iMlP!i!iul!BjC'gfi'Pi- - We have a full line of Cooking and There is an unusually 'fine yield of Come to Moores closing out sale. sweet potatoes in the county this year and quality, and with a superior Rischof's for quality at Josephs nufced prospect of size a good 'possum crop we HOLDING CONVENTION Tobacco is about all housed and is have promise of at least a few of the old fashioned dainties. NEAR LANCASTER. said to be curing nicely. Please hand us that $ IOUS SECT 1 'frdfEdj You are invited to the jof I Malleable Range EXHIBIT fcr Heating Stoyes Also a full line of FARMING MACHINERY and Hardware. LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. r Smart Boots Are just as necessary as a smart hat or stylish gown. V 3ja I Style in Footwear Can Not Be Overlooked. NEWEST DESIGNS IN BOOTS The latest lasts, leathers and heels are T here from the John Kelly factory in Rochester, and Zeigler Bros., of Philadelphia. Our windows tell the story better than words. Prices within the limit of all Purses 4 $ $3.00 TO $7,00 : Parks H & Hendren KENTUCKY. i2?it . i- THE STORE THAT SELLS PHOENIX SILK HOSIERY. a'nville; v rfi. , Our constitution gives to everyone the right to worship God in accordance with the dictates of their own conThese crisp October days are fine for UNDERGOES OPERATION. science, and we have neither the deautomobiling and the roads are full of or intention of either interfereing It will be a source of pleasure to the sirecriticising machines. or anyone in the exercise of many friends of Mr, and Mrs. W. G. Farmers are busy sowing wheat and Clark to know that Mrs. Clark, who this prerogative. For the last few vears a little band there bids fair to be a big acreage in underwent a severe operation last week, this county. is doing nicely and her speedy and of worshipers have been gathering in different parts of the county, at each rapid recovery seems to be assured. Local fishermen are having some others houses, in schoolhouse. often in good sport at Lock No. 8, catching the open air, or wherever thev might, TWO CROPS FROM striped bass. tojworship God according to their belief and teachings. This small band of '"Possum hunters", not the western SAME YEARS SEED, a few veara ago has grown gradually Kentucky kind, are beginning to get ready for business. Mr. B. L. Kelly showed us a lot of until now perhaps three hundred souls very fine potatoes which he grew from are numbered in its following. While the price of corn has not been They have been criticised, often addefintely fixed as yet, we have heard of seedsecured from the first planting this versely, called "Mormans';. "Holy year. Ihe tubers are of the "Early some sales at 3.00 in the field. Triumph" variety, larger than a hen Rollers" and other names, all of which were equally distasteful to them. HowCoburn's minstrels attracted a larg egg and he tells us made a goad ever they were not daunted from their crowd to the Opera Hoase Saturday yield, notwithstanding they were never worked or plowed. The early crop of worship by the opinion of the world, night and gave a splendid performance. potatoes in this county was almost a and they seem to be continually gather7,0 Ladies Suits and 50 Ladies Coats complete failure, but those who plant- ing strength. They are now holding what they to be closed out at less than half cost. ed a second crop met with better suc or "special Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. cess and succeeded in raising a very derm a "convention" Meeting', on the premises of Mr. Elder Z. Ball will preach at Pleasant good crop. Hunter House, about three miles from Hill Saturday Oct. 10 at 7 P. M. and at Lancaster on the New Danville pike, Scotts Fork, Sunday morning and even DON'T OVERLOOK THE and delegates are there from far and ing at the usual hours. near, Tennessee, Alabama, Illinois and BOND ISSUE. far olF Canada. They came unosten-tatious'Several light frosts are reported in on foot, on horse back and the lowlands, but not sufficient as yet The question of the issuance of bonds However, it is to the amount of 15,000. for the pur- on the trains. A representative of the to do any damage. Record visited the meeting on Sunday time to dig sweet 'tater3. pose of repairing the court house s to afternoon, and found more than S00 be submitted to thejvoters of the county Locak millers are compelled by a people camped at the meeting place rush of orders to run .. both night and at the November election. Our $75,000. Clean comfortable tents afforded sleepreday. The superior brands of Garrard court house stands sadly in need of ing quarters as well as dining room county flour are always in active de- pair, in fact it is imperative that the and kitchen. Reaching there shortly structure be given immediate attention. after the noon hour, we mand. were courThe vaults are dark and antiquated, as teously invited to dine with them. well as unsafe, and as a matter of NEW GROCERY FIRM. Three services were held during the necessity should be repaired. The day, and at the conclusion of the afterMessrs Ross and Henly Bastin have deed to your property is there and noon service, one of the speakers anopened up a new cash grocery on shonld the structure burn YOUR title Hamilton avenue near the creamery. would be clouded and you would be put nounced that there would be services 7 These are two of Lancaster's most to no little trouble and expense to havs at o'clock in the evening, and that no one need leave the grounds, that progressive and hustling young busi- it cleared. Study this matter over they would be glad to feed all who nessmen and are rapidly converting the carefully and vote for the bonds. would care to stay and eat with them. section near the creamery into one of Their services were marked with the the most busy parts of the city. 'SQUIRE JIM BOURNE utmost simplicity, and were absolutely free from any fanatical actions, or TO BE A HANDSOME AFFAIR. PURCHASES PROPERTY. anything that would indicate that they were not a body of religipu3 people, The new front being placed in the 'Squire James P. Bourne has pur- deeply intent upon their worship Every establishment of the Joseph Mercantile Co., 'gives promise of making this one chased through the real estate firm of member carried a bible, and in looking & Swinebroad the handsome over the audience we were surprised to oi tne handsomest store rooms in cen- Hughes tral Kentucky, it is rapidly nearing suburban home of the late 'Squire Sam see many citizens of the county whom The we had known in former years to concompletion and all possible haste is be- Johnson on Danville Avenue. ing made to put on the finishing touch' place contains about fifteen acres and tinually disregard the laws of God. and us in order to be ready for the fall dis is one of the handsomest homes about to frequently violate those of man, and display of their handsome line of mer Lancaster. The price paid was private, the thoughts came to U3 that if these but is known to be in the neighborhood people succeeded in recalling people of chandise. of $8,000. Mr. Bourne has already this class, they were undoubtedly doing taken possession. We are not inform- a good work for the Master. Their LAND SALE. ed as to his intentions, but when a services differed somewhat from the Mr. Joshua Hurt purchased of J. W. single man purchases a large and services usually heard in our churches, Tatem a tract of about twenty five handsome residence, such as that pur- but we were unable to find any grounds acres of land near Fairview church for chased by Mr. Bourne, the county for the various accusations which we The land purchased adjoins clerk usually begins to expect a call have heard against them. $1,000. As to their creed or doctrine, from the home place of Mr. Hurt on Back from him- its tenor we are satisfied that it has Creek and will afford him an outlet to nothing in common with the Catholic the pike. Mr. Hurt will immediately MR. ED. PERKINS TIRES religion, and from a remark by one of begin the erection of a new residence on his purchase, which when completed their speakers, bitterly scathing as to OF MERCHANDISING. the Mormons, we were assured it was will be occupied by his son Mr. S. J. Hurt not in sympathy with that church. In this issue of the Journal the firm They are extremely reticent as to of Denman & Perkins advertise their BUSY AT POSTOFFICE. their doctrine or manner of worship, stock of goods at cost and will quit and frequent questioning of those who The Postoffice Department has issued business. Mr. Denman has accepted a seemed to be in authority elicited the an order for the weighing and counting position with a large wholesale shoe sole reply that they were "followers of of all mail going out and coming in over firm of Louisville as buyer and manathe meek and lowly Nazerene". They rural routes during the month of Octo- ger. Mr. Denman has successfully teach humility in all things, and follow ber, and in consequence Postmaster conducted a shoe business in Nicholas-vill- e We out their teachings to the letter. for twenty years, and it is regretEph Brown and his force of clerks heard three speakers, one of whom apand carriers are as busy as bird ted that this firm will quit business. to be Irish, while the other two dogs, working early and late to handle Mr. Perkins came here from Garrard peared were apparently either Scotch or of the immense amount of work augment- county about two years ago and has They were unusually descent. ed by the additional duties incurred by made many friends here. He expects that intelligent men and presented their this order. Mr. Brown is getting onto to buy a farm. Jessamine Journal. in a clear and concise manner. Ed Perkins is an old Garrard county views the work ot the office rapidly and is and in such simple language that the givjng splendid satisfaction to the pat- boy and was formerly in partnership with Messrs Alex Walker and Cleve humbles of their followers might un rons of the office. meeting was in pro Rose in the Lancaster Mills. We hope derstand. The and believe that Ed will turn his steps gress for three days of last week and KNOWN FAR AND WIDE. closed Monday, when we are told the toward his old home in Garrard. leaders folded their paraphernalia and Lancaster's two splendid flouring departed for some other place to hold a mills are doing an immense amount of THE TOBACCO OUTLOOK. meeting. business. They purchase annually a Much has been said and but little large proportion of the wheat crop of The Record has made careful the county, paying this year from 85 has made diligent inquiries of written about these people, the majority cents to $1.00 per bushel for it. This those who are in a position to know, of those who criticised not caring to wheat is made into flour and shipped all and from all sources we are able to commit their ideas about them to print. The people who are connected with over this portion of the state. Such a gather no information as to the proreputation has been built up for the bable price will be offered for the pres- this new creed, church, or whatever it popular brands of flour made in Lancas ent splendid crop of tobacco now in the may chanced to be called, are law abidter that tho mills are compelled to work hands of the farmers of the county. ing citizens, they attend to their own until far into the night to keep up with We can state positively that there is affairs, are good citizens, are not their accumulation of orders. Each not a man living who can state truth- askers of alms, and we are inclined to mill sends a travelling salesman into fully as yet just what the crop is going the belief that they should be left uneastern Kentucky, and the bulk of their to bring. The war conditions still force disturbed, even from the criticism of product is sent to that section. an unsettled condition of affairs, and the idle curious. until the situation becomes somewhat cleared, it is impossible to predict just "WE NEVER HISS MEETING CLOSES. what price may be expected. The meeting which has been in proIn the meantime, we can only advise THE WATER gress at the Christian church for the the farmer to exercise every care in P.tW0rrreek8-d09ihandling of the crop, forupon the 'IB Tie Well Gms Dry." utKiiw iuc Dciica ui iuccuukb imvc manner in which the crop is handled. A dividing wall between the two been a source of great enjoyment to regardless of what the market price boilers at the water works plant fell in the people of the entire community, may be, depends price he will rethe Monday night, practically put irrespective of their religious belief. t ceive for his particular crop. If ten and the sermons by Rev. Roy L. Brown cents is the top price, and your crop both boilers out of commission. It has have attracted large audiences to every has been properly handled, then you become necessary to cut off the water service. The song seivice under the will receive ten cents for your crop; if during repairs, Supt Herron only direction of Mr. Paul Arnold were also twenty five cents is the top price, the maintaining sufficient steam in case of yery much enjoyed and lent much to same rule will prevail, Upon the other fire or emergency. The repairs are be About hand if your crop is badly and careless- ing rushed as rapidly as possible and the success of the services. sixty seyen souls were brought to ly handled, no matter how good it may it is hoped to be able to turn on th CJ&ist during the progress of. the meet-teIn water, this, Thursday afternoon. be. you may expect the lowest price either by letter or confession., and which is being paid. the meantime we are learning a value! e meetings were undoubtedly of much lesson as to the value of our water ' Come in and Pay your Laundry bill. plant. "''" I benefit to the community. If you want bargains come closing out sale at Moores. to the MRS. W. G. CLARK OCTOBER 5th to 10th. Meet the rg' ii if Malleable Lady. : Jv I crfr- t I IS llIiESa ilii Malleable 1 Man. Buy a Malleable IS Range. 'a See the A lunch will be served during the en tire week. Remember the date Oct. 5 to 10. y, HASELOEH BROTHERS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE. fiTrgMraiiirg. 3C mnSMrmwn&sWm T3I rajg3isiiii.P :c 1L i i ! i 3 iZ I am now ready with a full line of iifillinerjj oCades duts and Coats to offer to the public at HALF ITS VALUE. I must reduce the stock before November 1st, when I give possession. Call in and give me a chance to show you some bargains. R. Jzii --iczz: ic S Brown. DC 1L NOW Is The To Buy An Time OLD HICKORY iaves-tigatio- n, n ? on-las- The run lighter and last longer and the prices are right. Call and see me before buying. g, m, j. Romans; s . rtto - -- ,,. Page 2 CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Oct l lth. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION The Central Record, Thursday Oct 8 1914. McCREARY. Mrs. J. W. Hill has been real sick. Miss Sadie R. Beazley was the guest of Miss Stella Hamm Thursday night. Miss Bessie Layton has been the NEW PROPERTY LIST. LIVE STOCK HUSBANDRY guest of her sister Mrs. Nick Sanders. Purchasers get the benefit of oar 10 Mrs. Rolinda Hill has been the guest years experience in the business. of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cotton of Madison Look for other bargains iisted in next --FOSTERS SHEEP RAISING. Co. issue. Owners of farms who want to Virginia's New Dog Law Aids Wool Miss Beulah Beazley is the attractive sell should see us at once. Round and Mutton Growers. guest of Miss Thelma Hendren of 270 acres of land, located near Coy on Round Trip Trip Kirksville. Kentucky river. In high state of culti Prepared by United States department oJ agriculture. Misses Jeall Beazley and Gussie vation. 105 acres in grass, 85 acres in The state of Virginia at a recent sesBurnam of Lexington will be here this bottom land producing corn every year sion of its legislature passed a novSPECIAL TRAIN at shipping point on river, large, splen- el dog law, which It is believed will week with friends. did residence, store room and other enable that state to raise sheep sucMisses Lyda and Mae Fowler of necessary out buildings. This farm cessfully on a large amount of waste Leaves Kirksville are expected for a visit to produces well and is one ot the best land heretofore Idle. This law makes friends here next week. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. bargains on our list. Price 75.00 per It a misdemeanor punishable by a fine up to 50 for the owner to allow his Mrs. Lizzie Walker and daughter acre. dog? to run at large in the country. Bertie, have returned home after Miss 170 acres within one mile of Paint This waste land, while entirely suita visiting relatives at Kirksville. Lick on L & N R. R. with gqod imble for sheep raising, was not well Misses Lillie Sutton and Virginia provements, land lies well and is fertile adapted to cattle for the reason that Bourne and Mr. J. E. Layton were within J mile of graded .school. Worth winter feed in thoo districts was too high to make the wintering of beef cat I visitors of the Misses Rays' last Sun the money asked $105 per acre. All that stood in the 0KKI 85$ acres of land on pike J mile from tie profitable. day. New Phones That Are Not Listed In The way of a profitable sheep industry was . good village 9 miles from Lancaster, take chances with dogs, which were kept In large nun) our fowls? first class land, good improvements, 10 Directory. Poultry Cure FALLING HAIR OR Bourbon room dwelling, well watered. In the Is absolute and quick death to famous "Camp Dick Robinson" section. the cerms of roup, colds and Cut out and paste on face of Directory. other Infectious diseases. A Price $125.00 per acre. few drops in the drinking water Res. ITCHING SCALP 31;- -J Arnold, Ashby kills the disease ccrms and preThree cottages at the low prices, OneiOc bottle vents sickness. Res. 3M-Hratton, Jim makes 12 gallons of medicine. Surely Cease When You Use Parisian $1S00., $2000. and$2100. drusreists, or by mail, postAt Res. 310-Burnside. Robert paid. Valuable poultry book 200 acres good Hnd. near Bryantsville free. Res. J09-SageMakes Your Hair Soft and Cecil, T. E well improved, large tobacco barn. If BOl'IBOV HEUZDY CO., teibilu Ij. Res. aM-- J Cummins, V. C you want a money maker see this farm. Fluffy. $70. per acre. Res. 2U7-Disnon, Goe Res. No 491. 1S5 acres of high class land, Dal ton, J. H 362 j Now that Parisian Sage a scientific Res. preparation that supplies every hair and 2 miles out, 2 large tobacco barns, per Francis. Goe 372 scalp need can be had at any drug acre, $120. .Km Francis. John.... Dry Cleaning. It does not require much cnpual 193. Cottage and 5G acres of fertele counter, or from R. E. McRoberts, it Res. to cet started with a few shtep Goines. Mark land, large tobacco barm, all but 9 The perctnt.ise of increase is l.irse . is certainly needless to have thin brittle, Res. Johnson, John 211 and they le.ich maturit at an eurl matted, stringy or faded hair. " No acres in grass, on pike in one mile of Res- ase. Meat production must be the 3&9-Jones. Mc D Lancaster. Price $120. per acre. foundation of the business, but with matter how unsightly your hair, how 1oom- 1 the almost certainty that the wool King. W. 0 badly it is falling, or how much dand- No Several pieces of splendid will be hiwh priced theru should be Rs- 3iC-- F Kelley. Walter..'. ruir, Parisian Sage is all thatis needed. city property for sale. added inducement to handle a few Res- of thcte moat profitable f.irm ani7.i Every trace of dandruir is removed Lonir. Robert 19G. 100 acres of land, mals. The black faced Highl.uid mile from Room. Lunsford. Miss Eliza 70 with one application, the hair roots are ram here shoun is a tpe suited to Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles Co 2ii2 Lancaster BottlinR localities where hardiness ami i?or nourished and stimulated to grow new from Lancaster, good improvements, ate necessary. iiair, uciiing scaip anu tailing hair large tobacco barn, well worth the 20v Moore. Frank . ... Dry Goods. Hereford Bull cease your hair becomes soft, fluffy, trice of $100. per acre. 217- - MaonicCIub Res. abundant and radiant with life and bers In the slinuty settlements. These .U- - Montgomery. J. E SEASON 1914. 497. 222 acres of line land near Lan dogs, which were rarely fed at home, Res. beauty. 112-Robinson. J. F Oifice. Parisian Sage is surely one of ihe caster & Lexington pike, splendid im- lived on the young game during the McWilIiatr s. Dr. sprius and summer and preyed on the Res. 06-most invigorating and refreshing hair provements, at $90. per acre. McWiiliams. Dr Two miles from Lancaster on the tonics know. It is easily used at home lite. (3 acres, improved, near Paint sheep whenever they were not watchRes. 339-- J Schooler. J. S ed, and especially in winter. not expensive, and evi-- one applica- Lick Graded School at $95. per acre. Richmond pike. Res. 3.'7-The old do? licence law merely Smith, V. A tion proves its goodness. 499. 73J acres of rich land, right on meant that a dos; was commonly Si a Res. 311- Tillett, Miss Sallie R. E. pike, well improved, 2 miles of Lancas- year hungrier for sheep. The general Res. 3?2-Walker & Rich ter, priced at $120. per acre and is law permitted a sheep owner whose Res. 342- - Walters J no .Ut. iloition flock had been ravaged to ue the own worth it. Res. .507- Woods, W. B cr of the dog, but commonly the owner No 501. 45 acres, new house on pike, owned nothing but dogs, and the sheep Mr. Wm. Onstott bought of Mr. near Bryantsville. Price $4,000.00. farmer could not recover. Moreover, Earl Grow a calf price 17. if the sheep owner shot a tny dog No 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark of Boyle town limits of Lancaster on Lexington on his premises the owner of the dog were with Mr. and Mr?. Wm. Onstott Avenue, unimproved beautiful build- could sue the farmer for damages. The farmers of Virginia srew tired of havSunday. ing sites, a bargain at $150. per acre. ing their waste land idle and Pnally Little Miss Francis Montgomey was 503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile Induced the legislature to pass a new confined to her room for a few days from pike, fertile land, highly improved and stringent dog law. This law, when last week with scarlet fever in a light lies well, splendid water, susceptible of adopted by a county, makes it :1 misowner or" a ilos to form. division into two or three farms. $95. demeanor for the his own property allow that dog off Mr. and Mr.- -. Ed. Hendrickson of per acre. unle-- s he Is with the dog. In the cn. Orchard Grove were the guests of her 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from of incorporated villages and towns the parents Mr. and .Mrs. Dennie Scott Lancaster, large tobacco barn, one other law permit- - the licencing of dogs, but Sunday. beautiful level building site fronting makes it a niNdeineanor for them to of the incorporated be alone out-id- e pike. $110. per acr. Mr. Flishua Forks and wife of limits. were the guosts of .Mr. J. E. For further particulars write or call The indirect effect of this law is to Sherrow and family the latter part of on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real es- allow anv farmer to shoot a lone dog the week. on his property. The owner of the dog. jfe:ili:ii""':-S:iiKState men. Lancaster, Xv. before he can bring suit for damages Miss Lavina .Montgomery who had a for the killing of the dog. noiv-arii- y position in the exchange at Stanford proof that the dog was must returned home sick last week but is I...YANTSY1LLE to at large and thus subject liiniM-Isome better at this writing. a flue up to $.TO. wry Although the law was Mr. and Mrs. Buford Teater and baby Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ballard spent recently, a number of counties have James Stanley, of Jessamine Co. were Wednesday in Xicholasville. signified their intention of making It a with their grand-mothMrs. E. F. county rule, ami in the-- o counties own Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton motored Scott Saturday night and Sunday. ers of wate land arc already making to Richmond the first of the week. preparation to establish flocks of sheep. Mrs. Joseph Rogers and daughters, Mr. M. O. Kennedy had the misforMrs. J. A. Clark and Miss Christine of Danville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. tune to lose quite a valuable horse last HOGGING DOWN CORN. Do you think you could make soiled V. L. Grow from Saturday until Sun- week. coat and vest do for another season? day. Messrs. C. M. Dean. Walter Davis Saves Labor of Harvesting and Pigs Better not try. Soap and water fade Make Bettsr Gains. Mr. Earl Grow bought several head and D. V. Jenkins motored to Georgeand shrink the garment. You can save Prepared by Unicriti o" Wisconsin BAKING POWDER of calves from different parties in this town Friday. your garment and save you morey bj Many consider it a shiftless method and Coy localities prices ranging from premittingus to dry clean your clothes. Mrs. G. A. Bowling was hostis.j at to turn swine into small tields of ripen $12 to $U. He also bought of Mr. Lee an elegant dinner Wednesday to a numcorn and allow them to harve-- t the Not a drop of water is used, although crop. However, there aie many adGrow a cow price $5(1. the dirt and stains are removed as by ber of her friends. vantages to be gained by following this Best magic. Try us once. Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Morfard and two Mr. Virgil Van Arsdale will leave system where hogs are being fall fatchildren of Jessamine Co., Mr. and soon to attend Bryint and Strattan's tened. Mrs. L. L. Sanders and son of Crab Business College in Louisville. fails. Best because Farmers as well as investigators at Orchard, Mr. Noah Marsee and daughter the agricultural experiment station. it makes every baking Miss Cecil Bowling, who is attending University of WKcoii-i- n. have found Mayme of Lancaster attended preachlight, fluffy and evenly K C W at Danville, spent the week-en- d that, besides saiing the labor of haring at this place Sunday. raised. Best because with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. vesting tin' crop, the pigs are usually The series of meetings now in pro- Bowling. more thrifty, nuke slightly better gains it is moderate in cost Mgr. LOUIS FAULKNER. gress at this place are being well atand if properly handled there Is little highest in quality. Mrs. Frank Campbell and daughter or no waste of feed. Phone 230. tended and great interest is being Of course in "hogging down" a Held manifested. There has been 23 receiv- Evelyn, of Louisville, and Miss Tilden At your grocers. care should be taken in getting the ed as candidates for baptising up to Xoonan, of Cincinnati, were week-en- d swine accustomed to the full ration of the present time. If not hindered the guests of Mrs. J. C. Williams. corn to preent them from over eating meeting will continue throngh this Mr. R. M. Moss suffered quite a ser- at the outset. Spring pigs are best for RECEIVED ious accident Monday morning by being this system of feeding. It lias been esweek. HIGHEST kicked by a mule. The blow struck him timated that an acre of corn yielding AWARDS just above the heart and at once phy- fifty bushels will feed twenty spring World's Pure Food Exposicians were summonsed who pronoun- pics for from eighteen to twenty days. sition, Chicago, 111. ced him ir a most serious condition. At Paris Exposition. Franco The Profitable Sow. this time there is considered but little March. 1912 Plenty of Them in. Lancaster, and Good A thrifty, thin. lively brood sow with , XiStm&yA m hope of his recovery. The community was greatly shocked and grieved when a keen appetite will do better in the Reason for It. fr.rrowing pen than a fat. lazy one. told of the accident as Mr. Moss is one Many swine growers seem to think a of our most popular and substantial sow should bo In condition for the Wouldn't any woman be happy. citizens. It is sincerely hoped however bl'teher when she brings her pigs into M wM I Ton asa't ure moirr rt 7 W deip or u I Af ter'years af backache suffering. nuuea. ium "I bums powaer. von a pwlolenHHe jbj best results. I that it will not prove fatal. the world. Xo mNtake could be more Days of misery, nights of unrest. xirea I cere economical moreto ailk and soda. I Caiamet i t r acperior The distress of urinary troubles. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams enter tomplete. Oo light on the corn and against When she finds freedom. tained most delightfully Saturday even ue ground wheat, rye chop, barley ground feetV and the like Many readers will profit by the ing at "Camp King", the attractive ihop. mixed as: you happen to have them on the Club house on Dix river, in honor of farm. For balancing corn, barley and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville, St., their guests Mrs. Campbell and Miss Ihe like, a little oilmeal or tankage Lancaster, Ky., says: "I suffered a Evelyn Campbell of Louisville and Miss every day is good. A fourth of the Are You Woman great deal from backache and couldn't Tilden Noonan of Cincinnati. About 60 row's feed may be alfalfa hay better sleep well. On several occasions mv were invited and the occasion was an for her than a putt; grain feed. Make back became so painful and weak that "Oyster Fry". The evening was thor- ifir walk as far as possible from shed I was unable to, do my housework. oughly enjoyed by everyone present So fee'd. farm and Fireside. .Being advised to give Doan's Kidney and all left hoping they would be so Why Not Publish If. Pills a trial, I did so, procuring a supply fortunate as to spend another evening at Frisbie's Drug Store (now R. E. in so pleasant a manner. you want a fact to become Whn McRoberts & Son's Drug Store). They generally known, the right way is to helped me from the first and I was publish it. Mrs. Joseph Kalians, Peru soon relieved, I gladly confirm what I BOOKKEEPING Ind. was troubled with belching, sour The Woman's Tonic said some years ago recommending stomach and frequent headaches. She Buslness.Phonography Doan's Kidney Pills." TYPEWRITING and writes, "I feel it my duty to tell others Price 50c, at all dealers. Hon't TELEGRAPHY what Chamberlain's Tablets have done simply ask for a kidney remedy get WILBUR R. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEBE for me. They have helped ray diges- Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Ineorpcntdiad Successor to Comnenk College cilj.TTatanltj tion and regulated my bowels. Since FOR SALE AT Mi' DRU6SISTS Office at Citizens National Bank, Its President has jean ot experience in mercantile , Foster-Milbur- n Mrs. Pumphrey had. and banking business, alio 35 years educating 10,000 entirely well". F4 ronng men and women for sueeees. A9"nter now. using them I have been Lancaster, Ky. Co.. Props, Buffalo, N. Y. Address WILB CK S. SMITH, IxlartOB, Ky. For sale by all dealers. $ olljfflffflfflfflll 50 NEW GARAGE OPEN MONDAY, SEPTEMBER JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a. m 28. NEW PHONES i WHY A B ings the best equipped Gar9 age in Central Kentucky. m Expert Machinist in charge. Bowser Gasoline Tank. We have in our new building and new furnish9 I 3-- I Lancaster Motor Car A. V. DOUGLAS, Mgr. Co m I A 49-4. ' Registered e$ot$0tiiso Herron Blcl. Stanford St. & W-- B Service $2.00 Cash. HENRY. Q F ry EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO The kind of Silos that do not biow down, and last, are built of cement. We build cement Silos 12, 14 and 16 feet in diameter, any height. We have had many experiences in this line and our work is the or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., if you need cement work of any kind. best-Writ- e Would You Like To Be The Washer f PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. 3 pa-M- -d Woman CALUMET Best it's the pwest. because it never For Every Baking because International Harvester Manure Spreaders Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co j TtelHCLlne CRAW AND HAT Bin Jen, Rupert MACHINES Headers. Mow erf Rakes. Slackers Hit LoaJ:rs Har Protea CORN MACHINES SfteUcrs, Saredicn TILLAGE Planter s. Pickers Btadera, CalthaUrt Eaiilaf e Cm tiers Sprui2-Tat- HAPPY WOMEN. Per, ad Duk Harrow CalttTatar Tractors Maotre $ pr eadrn Crm Separators Fans Waffou Mater Track TkresBer Grata) Oil Oil GENERAL LINE and Cas Ecfiaea TOBA lic-c- Feed Cruder Kif Grinder Drt An I H C spreader 13 low enough for easy loading, yet it has plenty of clearance underneath. The rear axle is well under the load, rear wheels have wide lags, insuring good traction unrims and der all conditions. Frame, wheels, and all driving parts are of steel. Apron tension is adjusted by a, simple device. Winding of the beater is prevented by large diameter, and beater teeth are strdUg, square and International manure spreaders are built in several stylos and sizes, low or high, endless or return apron, for small farms or large. Examination will show sturdiness of construction in every detail. Repairs, if ever needed, may always be had of thelocal dealer. Examine International spreaders at the dealer's. We will tell you who sells them, and we will send you interesting catalogues. chisel-pointe- nure spreaders have a score of good features in their construction. Each one is the result of careful field experiment. 1! INTERNATIONAL Harvester "i 11 li International Harvester Company of America iincorBcrufd) g. Hail, Now I It costs no more to New Albany Qiapioa Dcerits McCoraick Ind. Mlhrinlt Otbarae PUao a ? protect it from the start, than to wait later on in the season. Insure it with m Caril SUBSCRIBE FOR F. P. Frisbie The' Central Recod. $1.00 Per Year. ttjv,- -- jCk.tj.... tfg.'fliljAJ.V4 'Kj-- I'vit! &' SkSfit &4I: &&;.- ?- . - 'giiaf t The Central Record, Thursday Oct 8, 1914 n Page 3 Q KENTUCKY MAN TELLS HOW MAYR It STOMACH REMEDY RESTORED WIFE Mrs. W. H. Clarke Is Relieved After In all parts of the country. its merit with the first dose WITH THE LIVE STOCK. It proves no long I Years ot Digestive Disorders. treatment. Mrs. V. H. Clarke of Central City, Ky , for many years suffered from disorders of the stomach. She tried many treatments with but little encouragement. Mr. Clarke induced her to try Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy. She got results right away. Then he wrote: "The medicine has done my wife a world of good, and I feel that it will cure her. I intend to keep on until she is completely cured, as you have been doing her more good than anv one has ever done her, and she has been suffering with her stomach for vears. I am glad I was told of your remedv." Letters like that are written by users of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Kemedy Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy I clears the digestive tract of mucoid ac cretions and removes poisonous matter. It brings swift relief to sufferers from ailments of the stomach, liver and bowels. Many declare it has saved them from dangerous operations and many are sure it has saved their lives. Because of the remarkable success of this remedy there are many imitators, so be cautious. Be sure it's MAYR'S. Go to R. E. McRoberts drug store and ask about the wonderful results it has been accomplishing or send to Geo. H. Whiting 6 Mayr, Mfg. Chemist, St. Chicago, III., for free book on stcmach ailments and many grateful letters .from people who have been restored. Any druggist can tell you its wonderful effects. 154-15- The age of nn animal has much to do with tlu ;iin secured, and. other things being equal, a young growing animal will niuke n greater g.ilti from a bushel of corn or a given amount of food than one near maturity. Skinunilk makes cheap pork, mutton or beef. There - nothing better than skiiiimilk for young animals and when used in connection with gra.--s and a little grain makes meat economquires something more than mere lilllng. It must have nutrition", tissue building and blood making food. Lounging along in the harness is bad for any horse, young or old. It is a sure sign of a slouchy driver. Either drive or let it alone. ically. A young and growing colt re- An Up to Date Matrimonial Method By OSCAR COX r "Well, Goodwin. Beall. I declare!" exclaimed Kate "What la It 7 asked her friend. Clara piece of impudence I ever heard of!" "Tell me what It is." "You know that red headed, freckled, loose jointed Alf Woodbridge?" OCTOBER If the label on your paper is 1914 you owe us a Dollar. Please come in and pay us as we have to pay the other fellow. i "If that Isn't the most monumental Take every precaution to gain the confidence of the ewes after they are put in the barn for the winter. 0- "Yes." "Well, he's sent me n printed circular stating that he's in the market for a wife. He says he's up for competition, a prize. Just think of it! He'll marry the girl who passes the best examination in those things that are requisite in a wife." "Do you mean to say that he has had the assurance to do such a thing!" -- r$i "I do." "He hasn't sent me one of his circuO lars. If he did I'd send it right back to him." "H'm! Better wait till you get one of 'em. He says that only a few of the most desirable young ladies of the town will be Invited to compete." "Worse and worse. I wonder that he hasn't died of conceit before this." "Conceited persons never die ot that disease: they seem to thrive on It." "Of course you won't take any notice of his circular." "Certainly not. but there's one thing I'd like to know that Is. if any of the girls so demeans herself as to fall In with his Idea, which one of them will get the" "Prize. Just think of that fellow offering himself as a prize!" "I'll tell you what I have a mind to do." "What?" "I've a mind to fill In his questions just to see what comes of it." "Can't you find that out without pandering to his silly conceit?" "No; he says that no Information will be given any girl who has not been invited to compete and does not enter the race." "Itaee oh heavens! Don't you know that the girl who wins will let it be known eveu if she submits to the indignity for fun or to punish him?" "Well. I'm going to pretend to be a candidate, and if I win I shall just tell him what I think of him." "That's a good idea I believe I'll FEEDING THE COLT FOR DEVELOPMENT I . Automobile Prepared by United States department ol agriculture. OWNERS B ATTENTION. 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Lexington, - - Kentucky. 0XM) r Autumn in c(rie Land othe Sky" of Millions trees clothe the mountains in wonderful garments Beautiful beyond description. tonic qualities of the bracing air give zest to Mountain Hunting, Tennis, Fishing, Riding and Motoring, while splendid hotels afford luxurious accommodations and entertainment. boarding houses and cottages are available at The Excellent NOTED RESORTS IN THE LAND OF THE SKY Waynesville Hendersonville Asheville Tyron Hot Springs Brevard Saluda Lake Toxaway Flat Rock The "St. Louis Special" will take you there without change of through train, electric-lightesteel equipped, arrives Louisville 7:45 P.M. Knoxville 7:00A.M. Asheville 11:25 A. M. Dining Observation Car all the way. any kind. It is a solid d, Excursion Fares All The Year SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier or the South For further information see local agent, or address B. H. Todd, District Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. JENNY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. A question similar to the following Is sometimes propounded by farmers who hav not liad much experience in raising colts: "Will a colt which Is properly fed ami cared for make a larger and better horse than one that is fed on corn and stover through its tir.-.- t winter; or will he just make himself more quickly in the former case?" It would lie e!l for nil farmers who are now producing or who intend to produce in the future one or more colts eJch season to ponder on the above Question. It may be the idea of some men that a colt will make a good horse whether he be fed well or left to shift for himself as be- -t he can. provided lie be allowed Millicient time in the making. The proper growth and development of the colt depends just as much on the nature of the feed given it as any other growing thing, and if any farmer wishes to indulge in a hit of expensive carelessness, he cannot do it more easily than to neglect the feed of his colts. After the young colt begins to in- do so too." vestigate his mother's feed box at feedThere were a dozen eligible git Is In ing time he should be provided with a the town, and six received the circular. The six who were left out were furious. Every one of them pronounced Woodbridge's impudence unbearable. The six who were Invited seemed to have various opinions of Woodbridge's act. Some considered it unpardonable, some pronounced It very funny, and one or two girls with advanced views considered It a very practical way of getting a wife. They said they had a mind to select husbands in the same way. One morning Mr. Woodbridge was surprised at receiving through the mall a note inclosing a list of printed ques tions filled In in writing. The note said that the sender considered his competitive examination for a wife "perfectly brutal." but that under In no class oC farm animals is the use of pure bred sires so important neath it all was n basis of common a factor as in horses. The wide use sense. of inferior grade sires is responsible "I'll cowhide those fellows." remark for the great numbers of nondeed Mr. Woodbridge. red as a beet. "I script horses continually being sold in our public horse markets. The didn't suppose when they threatened use of the high grade pure bred to perpetrate that joke on me that the sire is absolutely essential in imwould have the hardihood to do it." proving our market types of horses. The next morning Woodbridge re The illustration shows a pure bred celved another set of examination pa Percheron mare that was a prize winner last fall pers and a set in the afternoon. Each girl who responded had an especial ex box of his own and fed separately cuse for doing so. "This is getting Interesting." rem.irk about all the grouud oats and corn be wants twice a day. Bnt it i usually ed Woodbridge to himself. "What ex girls after he is weaned, at a time when be cellent reason thesewhat's have forincom wrong the a liberal grain ration, peting! After all. can best utilize .dea? Marriages are made in all sort that be fares the hardest. If 'lis feed of ways. Why not by competitive ex is what It should be. he will continue amination? In this age of to grow steadily and develop into a experimental marriages, in marriages which both good boned, well muscled horse. But if husband and wife are to be bus, mar off" riages he is poorly fed, he fails to "grow without ceremony right, he becomes stunted and his al- till the contracting partie and marriage are f lowance of "corn and stover" has a each other, why not go :i step tired r::rt!iet telling effect when spring jomes and have marriages on examination?" through his poor health, nigged apIn the last set of examination p.i pearance and drooping spirits. He will pers Mr. Woodbridge received all not only grow more slowly but the were scratched and new chances are against his ever becoming The new one-- , were so word otherwise have ed as to constitute a virtual exauiin.i the horse he would made. tion of the man The lad. inclosed the paper in a note stating that he Silage For Steers. considered the plan admirable, but Experiments at several stations durwere all irum; It Air ing the past five years have proved be- Woodbridge consilient! hi-- , yond question the value and economy tlon satisfactory she would lie liappj of corn silage In the ration for fat- to marry him at e She had a hr.inil tening steers. Silage fed steers have new Idea of the marriage ceremony made the heaviest and cheapest gains, The couple were to he photographed have attained the highest finish during standing beside each other holding the feeding period and have sold for hands. She objected to anything being the most money on the market. In said on the occasion since matriuioui.il promises, all the world knew, did not live extensive trials at the Indiana experiment station steers with silage an mean anything Woodbridge burst into a laugh at Important part of their feed have He wrote a shown an average advantage of about this form of marriage $7.50 per head over those finished on reply to each one of the young ladies iry feed. Moreover the very best and Who had sent In papers stating that cheapest dry rations have failed to there had been a reaction toward mod equal a good silage ration either in esty In him. He would do a bit ol courting with the winner, and if shr amount or cheapness of gains. accepted him the result of the exami nation would be known by the an Raise Feeders at Home. engagement with Raise feeders at home Is the advice nouueement of his of Dean Burnett of the Nebraska col- her. This set the girls ngog till one day It lege of agriculture. The statement Alfred Wood was offered as the only solution for was announced thatto be bridge was engaged married t the scarcity of beef. Even though the Miss Kate Goodwin. present day land values are high he Woodbridge gave his friends who had argued that If the best use Is made of perpetrated the Joke upon him a siii roughage and If other good busi- per ns an acknowledgment of his grati all ness management Is exercised, beef tude for being Instrumental In his se may be grown at a profit on high curing so much happiness. priced land. P. S. We do all kinds of Job Printing and will be pleased to fix you up some Stationery. VA The Central Record I MONFY SAVING All Standard Publications of the Highest Merit, Which Will be Appreciated by Every Member of Your Family. 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Please remember our agreement with these publishers is limited, and we reserve the 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 Toned Up Whole System. R. T J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. CASTOR A Infants I The YOUR BUSINESS. and Children. For KiRdYHHavi Always BwgM CC&US. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormea, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Bears the Signature of "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 of 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. at our office Call or mail all orders to The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. v. P. S&r -- . ,- - Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Oct 8 1914. 9 m Our New Fall Clothing and Shoes are now in the house and we have sizes for everyone. We are proud of m 9 9 our selections for the fall season and are sure we can please you in your new fall outfit. Selby Shoes For Men's Fine Suits, Newest Boys Norfolk Suits, Newest and (tC Hfj . $3.50 at $15.00 Patterns, Ladies, New Fall Styles at Wool at . .vp.W best styles, guaranteed all Guaranteed all Wool !E3cl 2 e Schaff a year. , ES3 W Oaks tssia HSitfei in stock for your selection at reasonable prices. House of Quality. he Central Record incorporated, $1.00 JFilk; ssued Weekly. The new firm of JJLogan, Anderson and Tomlinson call your attention to the fact that everything in the house must be closed out bv Jan. 1. Cost not considered. FISHERMEN HAVING LUCK AND FINE OUTING. J. . . ROBINSON. Editor. R. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. ten .1 at tlie l'o-- t Office in i tcuiiil-('U-- Mull Matter. l.iiciitrr. Ky Member Kentucky HUfl Press Association The fishermen. Messrs Smith. Frisbic, received, car of cannel coal from Farra and Elkin are reporting a fin Just the Harlan county coal fields, that we outing. Thev say both the Cumberlare selling at 11 cts in yard and locts and and Rockcastle rivers are in exdelivered. We also have the best and cellent condition for fishing and they largest nut coal and different grades of are catching them as fast as they can st reason-- 1 pull them out". Rev. Smith preached lump, which we are car last Sunday at Charity Pointers home. able prices. Also received .9mm GREAT HcWILLIAHS-LANHAH. ; Step in our store and let us show you the new things for fall wear. Suits rfw j&ml$ s$s& ercoacs Lancaster, Ky. CHARGES AND nr E?,a2a n ' In his office at the court house on Wednesday afternoon. Judge Clayton "$ I f I" Arnold in his usually impressive manner performed the ceremony uniting Mrs Minnie McWiliiams and Elmer FAIL TO QUALIFY Lanham in the bonds of Matrimony. The bride is 24 and the widow of the KLhy KN III late James McWiliiams, while the groom is 21 and a farmer. P.oth reside Powers And Wilson Ts Fight It Out near Bryantsville. MURPHY-JOH- VniiilVii Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., October 8, 1914. of Kanawah Salt. H. B. Xorthcott. and they came from far and near to hear hirn. John and Rob led the singing and Fred passed around the hat. N. SPLENDID Rates For Political Announcements . ATTRACTION. LEXINGTON LIMITS Coburn's Mmstreles. which appeared .3 5.00 at the Opera House on last Saturday For Precinct and Citv Offices 1U.00 night, gave a splendid performance. or County Offices for State and District Offices . l.'i.OO much better than is usually seen in a 10 town of this size, and Manager Romans Tor Calls, per line .10 is entitled to much credit for booking For Cards, per line such attractions. Lancaster people For all publications in the interare strong on a "nigges minstrel" and est of individuals or expres- Coburn showed to a crowded house. sion of individual views, per .10 ane 05 MR. JOHN C. ROBINSON ILL. Obituaries, per hne j -- The marriage of Miss Mary Elizabeth Murphy, of Lexington, and Mr. George NUMBER Kuhn, of Shelbyville. Ijidiana, was celebrated Tuesday afternoon at the Murphv on Alford avenue. Rev. Rich- ard Wallace, of the Woodland Christian church was the officiating minister. The wedding was quiet, on account of the recent bereavement in the family, only the nearest relatives and friends being present. The bride looked lovely in her dress of white satin with shadow lace over-- ; dress and her only attendant was the flower girl, little Miss Lula Re Veal in white dress with blue ribbons and carrying a bouquet of white ros?s and ferns. The. bride's traveling suit was of ulacK talreta silk anu alter the ceremony the bridal couple left for a trip to Mammoth Cave and from there to Indiana where they will go to housekeeping at Mr. Kuhn's country home near Shelby ville. The bride is attractive and popular and many friends regret her leaving Lexington and have the best wishes for the happiness of the couple Lex- ington Leader. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Lydia Murphy, a former resident ot Garrard county and is a very attractive voung lady. The Record joins her many Garrard county friends in congratulations and best wishes. OF BARREL HOUSES, The City Commissioner of Lexington have adapted an amendment to the liquor license law, whereby the number of barrel houses, or liquor houses that sell, not less than a quart, not to be drank on the premises, to eight, the number of houses of this description now existing there, and increasing the license from $250. to $300. per year A wholesale liquor license which also goes with these charactersof license ot barrel houses up to $730. per year, the same as saloons. It is understood that this action was taken to prevent the saloon men from territory which has recently voted "dry" from eomine to Lexington and opening up bottling or barrel houses, as it was hinted that several from Paris. Winchester and other points had such action in view. ' , r it cr nry Vj. iYlVWlVi-ill- i mii For U. S. Senator KVT ltvul - m Long Term. Mr. John C. Robinson, who resides between Hedgeville and Danville, and who is a brother of Editor J. E. Robin- son of the Record, is at the Danville and Boyle county Hospital in Danville suffering with typhoid fever. The dis- ease is as yet in its tirst stages, but the many friends of Mr. Robinson are hoping that it may be of a mild type and that he may recover rapidly. By failing to file their certificates .f nomination in time, Nat K. Sewill democratic nominee and Judge John W. Creech. Progressive nominee for Con- gress in the Eleventh district, hove re- tired from the race and will, throw ,? .,,-e tneir strengtn to lion, j. u. wuson oi Barboursv.lle' the Independent nominee, wno will maKe ine race uguinsi ..aieu Powers, the present incumbent, with brilliant prospects for success. Mr. Sewell in a card announces that he is of the opinion that the presence of several candidates in the race would result in the election of Powers, and realizing this fact, and after consulta-- , tion with both Mr. Wilson and Judge Creech, that he and the former had n greed not to file their certificates of nomination, thereby leaving the held nr..n t. ui. 1(, IUU" U'ilnn wK Wtt7 t ftml ,.... 3VJtl liw tlder.t will be able to unite the various felons and defci Powers. The campaign in the eleventh ict id going to be an active one. great 'm!)elus being given to it bv the '"'K KU leing tired recently in Somer set ami me retirement 01 i.aieit Powers is freely predicted by tho-- v who are in :i position to know hi the COUNTER CHARGES. Between State Official? At Frankfort. ... ..... ' The Franklin count v grand jurj. receutlv in session, failed to tind an indictment agait Thomas F. Byrd. who was charged with misappropriation if funds in connection with thn aatomo- bile desk while he was in the office of Auditor Creceliu-"- . Hie grand jury did district. find three indictments against Awtitur j Cree:iiu charging hint withafHfWoprwt- M TRQT jJ I F XING ! U'i " lr'x u"tJs wrongfully ;o hia own use. in that he accepted a part of several The Fall trots began in Lexington months salarv from a lady attache of . r .. .. :..: i jionusiy unuer auspicious nis ornce. and give promise oi the most success fu1 Dr. Crecelius denies that Ii is gnilty ncan of anv misconduct anil has demand an iiircmi;; in m.-- uisiuii n nit-Trotting Horse Breeders Association, immediate trial ami claims to bo a'jle A splendid crowd is in attendence the to fully vindicate himself ofall charges. entries are in greater numbers and of Judge Stout has called a special term a higher class than ever before, and of ",the Franklin circuit court for the onlv thing that could mar the meet-- 1 October 19th for the purpose of trying ing is the weather. Lancaster people the cases against Dr. Crecelius. will as a matter of course patronize the Come in and Pav your Laundry bill. meeting liberally, all hoping for'Muck". , ... . ' (' 'V. Heckliam. of Frankfort. BOX SUPPER. There will be a P..x Supper at the Buena Vista School Building Saturday DEMOCRATS OF GAROct. 10, 11U4: beginning at 0 P. M. For Congress. Music will be furnished by local musi-cioRARD COUNTY Harvey Helm, of Stanford. of Buena Vista and Bryantsville. All proceeds to lie used to pay on our' Well Organized And Active Campaign To new piona. The ladies are requested Be Waged. Even the most ardent supporter of to all be there with boxes, and the r.e licensed liquor traffic in Kentucky gentlemen are requested to not let any The democrats of Garrard county T.ast admit that the recent elections lad? eat supper alone. have been well organized, Mr. II. C. how a verv pointed trend toward state Kauffmrn has been chosen as Chairman Aide prohibition in the state in the no of the campaign committee, and he in FASHION SHOP SEEKS MORE: CAN YOU BEAT IT. ery distant future. turn has appointed three of the leading Straws show which way the wind W ' democrats in each precinct ononis staff, jiows. and within the past ten days window a "Kershaw" (we do not know C0M0DI0US QUARTERS, there has been a terrific gale, and it if this is the correct w .... iu. ....nil .t- and a. most aggrestive campaign is coi . a j alien ik, . ;v as full of straw, and it was surely a The "Fashion Shop." Lancaster's . nor have we ever been able to find any : Absolute harmony prevails m the newest store, has rapidly won a place ; "drj " wind. When nine out of twelve ore who could enlighten us) which democratic ranks in this county, and as one of the leading establishments in ounties voting give decisions against weighs :!J pounds and 1 ounce. , . .. .... . ,,.. lhe. wiiu .ur. xvauuinuii as. iiairmaii aim. the city. Such has been the volumn of !.. . r...n.. ... .........u ai.c ..T ...uu.. ;... ,Uf .,,( vegetame was ...V..-.raised ny me tuitor oi his splendid corps as assistants. it their basiness, that they found their suredly indicates that the discontinuance the Record Mr. J. E. Robinson in his of the liquor traffic in Kentucky is near garit.n. if anyone can beat this and inopeu and believed that a rousing quarlers entirely too small, and they at hand, and it behooves the man who j will br;n., his production to the Record majority win ue rouea up in .Novemoer have remove(1 t0 the room in th Romans building on Richmond street ".as been accustomed to gather his live- - i office, we will be glad to place it on lor the entire ticket. adjoining Opera House. ihood from this source to seek some j exhibition and give him a creditable jther business without delay. notjce. ! From present indications it seems THE OBITUARY OF tnat state wide prohibition in Kentucky ' BDTTFP PAY VfJIII? TAVP? lUUlV lliAwJ. The forces behind this UHilm 1 fi I is m sight. WILLIAM MCRECHNIEJ movement are gathering strength as The attention of those of our readers they go, and it will only be a matter of who live in Lancaster is called to the Mr. William McKechnie of Marcellus a few years when the saloon will Us a ordinance published in this week's is- - FOR THE COMING NOVEMdied at his home in Garrard cuunty Ky, thing of the past in the state. Already sue of the Record requiring city taxes on the night of the 25th of Sept. 1914, 100 out 120 counties in the state are to be paid on or before December 1st. after a short illness. Mr. McKechnie j BER ELECTION. dry and when the question of state-- 1 else a penalty of ( per cent will be was born in Glasgow Scotland, June wide is submitted to the voters, there added. This collection of penalty is His father moved from The County Board of Election, Com- - 30th 1853. is not a shadow of a doubt in the mind not optional with the Marshal, he is re-- ! missioners, composed of Judge A. D. Scotland, while William was but a smal of the thinking, observing man butthat quired by law to collect it. If you fail Ford, Judge Lewis L. Walker and uy. to Wayne County. It will carry overwhelmingly. And to pay your taxes in time do not blame Sheriff C. A. Robinson, met last w.ek William lived with his father near that this time is not far off no one can the Marshal for adding the penalty, ,.,,.1 untmlnf,..! thu Monticelln. Kv. nnd worked nnthofnrm n doubt. The advocates of the liquor I which there is no way of srettimr mQ.. ,J o......C U a .,i,.f; u.. wno fr,w ir w man-i- l .u Mia t irmwn auw fR.. "" CI&V,hlVJIl UWlCLO UL lil tilt? ' until he ' lUt,ll .. cause have succeeded thus far in stp.v- - around naving. u T. .......... .. . me ueu muiiuw ui .u.. same eouiuv. n. cominir iovminer enprinn iu ing the matter off, by every known Couri House No 1. Thompson Arnold this union were born six children. He pretext, tecnicalities. delaying legal PHPPPT TRApJfrp 'and Wesley Bourne Judges, James had four brothers and one sister, John, nroceedintrs and anv means in their IVUUuIvA Tinchenor. Sheriff and W. A. Doty-- Robert, James and Author McKechnie, power, but this couse of proceedure can and Mrs. Janett Campbell. Two broth- ADMITTED TO BOND. clerk. but delay the joining of the issue, it No. 2. J. P. Doty and A. i ersi James and Author, preceded him East Park must come, and when it does come, Robert Strange, the negro who shot D. Leavell, Judges, L. E. Ford, Sheriff in death. Kentucky will sweep like a whirlwind and wounded Chief of Police Herron. and Noah Marsee Clerk. Mr. McKechnie was one of our best into the column of "dry" states. Who some time-ago- , has been admitted to West Park No. 3. F. G. Hurt and J. citizens and was loved by all who knew can doubt it? bond for his appearence at the Novem- I. Hamilton, Judges, Ashby Arnold, him. He was a loving father and a ber term of the Garrard Circuit Court. Sheriff and J. G. Kinnaird Clerk. good husband. His father will miss Come in and Pay your Laundry bill. His bond was fixed at $250. with AtWest Bryantsville No. 4. Sam Secrest him much. As a business man he was torney R. H. Tomlinson as surety. and Will Holcpmb Judges, Ben Mullins, very successful, and he leaves his famStrange was tried as the recent term Sheriff and Green Bowlrng Clerk. Things are selling cheapat Moores. ily in good circumstances. As a Chrisas a result. of court with a mis-triEast Bryantsville No. 5. B. F. Robin- tian he could not be excelled. It was See prices on ladies and childrens son and R. C.Browning; Judges, Ben said of him by many while he was livshoes, at Moore's. CHARGED WITH MALICIOUS Holcomb Sheriff and J. H. Ballard ing that he was the most conscientious and devoted member of the church. Clerk. Clothing sale Saturday at Moore's. Buckeye No. 6. E. B. Ray and R. A. Every one who knew him loved him. CUTTING AND WOUNDING. Casey Judges, J. O. Bogie Sheriff and The friends and neighbors will miss Big sale every day next week at Messrs Henry Teater and Howard Porter Wearren Clerk. him verv much. As an officer in the Moore's. Walker, two respectable farmers of Walkers No. 7. Joe Kelly and J. H. church he was very pleasant in all the office he never wanted to Bischof's Coats and Suits at Joseph's the Buckeye section, had an' altercation Posey, Judges, R.J Foley Sheriff and duties of his be heard unless it was for the advanceover a trivial affair, and as a result Sim Whealer Clerk. Teater came to town and' swore out a Paint Lick No. 8. R. C. Boain and ment of the church. We only hope Come to the closing out sale at warrent for Walker charging him with W. C. Wynn, Judges. E. C. McWhorter that his many friends who miss him so Moores. much will strive to live the life which malicious cutting and wounding with Sheriff and W. L. Carmon Clerk. Union No. 8. Eb. Scott and J. W, he lived. His body was laid to rest in intent to kill. Walker will have an exLook at your Label and amining trial before, Judge Arnold Tatem Judges. James Pointer Sheriff the cemetery at Lancaster Ky. and J. H. McQuerry Clerk. Friday. send us that dollar. X. Camden, of Versailles. . I ' i For U. S. Senator Short Term. OF HUEJUUgy n mgp mfflmm)2oa l&k ,sWUt iaP1 jEF213? ., n.l -- ; ... '..,,, j OFFICERS Sii hi i R if Oil roper TSTrraias;;re;reTmg?gB APPOINTED WSSZSSZZjI BSRnESn2I22r2EKa3!2iSSai2riaOa2llZS j As agent for R. S. Brown, who farm in Indiana, we will on has bought a 94 i j ' I fiic.,;. . ... I ' ui -- &ATiifmftY Lk 1 u ! at 2 o'clock p. m., offer forsale his beautiful suburban home, on pavement. The house islarge, commodiousand attractive, situated on a commanding eminence, with about 15 acres of fertile land, which will yield $700. worth of Crops this year. It will be offered as a whole, and then in sections as follows: 1st. A lot on Danville Street, East of residence, about 150 feet front, and about 350 feet deep. 2nd. A lot west of residence, on Danville street, about 180 feet front and 270 feet deep. 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 building lots, with road from Danville Street, if foad 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 whole or any part will get a bargain. Mr- - Brown or the undersigned will show the property at ajoy time. Ulli ft h 9 W V n 9 14 A Danville avenue, near city limits, and in a few steps of concrete al HUGH&S & SWINEBROflD, LANCASTER, ..' "ws" v '"" . -- KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Thursday Oct dlesboro. Miss Margaret Arnold was in mond last week with friends. Rich- 1914. Page 5 fkiyjipijj). FaLshioivHiixts ( Miss Mary Kurtz was the guest Miss May me Stapp last week. of Mrs. John M. Mount has been upon the siek list for some days past. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sutton of Lexington have come to Lancaster to reside. Mrs. Carrie Davidson is in Richmond for a visit to her daughter Mrs. Rice. Mr. R. L. Walker of Nicholasville is visiting his sister Mrs. W. O. Rigney. Mrs. Kav Lackey of Emma Texas, was a recent visitor of Mrs. F. S. iUNII Wftffti JrM H7 ii Style SKw -- I .111"- Hughes. Mrs. It. P. Gregory and baby are home from a visit to Mrs Rayburn Richmond. Miss Dora Ballon of Clarence Ky the guest of Miss Shirley Mahau rl 3,rrini n i hi ,. , . .,,1.1 .,. nj Hyattsville. Miss Willie Ramey of Eminence is the attractive guest of her sister Mis. Ed. Walker. Latest FasHon tendencies as expressed 1b the Fall Styles' ) . In general, the stl-- i" 1: inr-- e hecominjr tlian tlu'v hae for many a day, and are distinguished by graceful lines. The new Mlh.mette shows tendency toward the normal waistline, r.r.d is given ariety in the suits by the ue of the c ;:e coat an-- the moder-atel- y fitted roat, and L the many styles of skirts. The suit coats this season are particularly interesting. They are longer than last season's model. The long tunic accentuates the length s of the coat in many and gives the length of line so sought for this season. :wany skirt, are made with tunics, either straight cr plait re. The under or lower skir is just wide cnriij.1 to permit comfortable walk-r- . Th skirts arc somewhat shorter, too. s 1 Rev. and Mrs. .1. W. Beagle were in Richmond Monday the guests of Mrs. Charles Cotton. Miss Mamie Dickerson spent Satui-da- y and Sunday in Richmond with her mother Mrs. Mary Dickerson. Mr. John Collins who recently returned from the Phillipines. is here to bee his sister, Mro. James House. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hurt ar spend ing the week in Lexington, visiting telatives and attending the trots. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Stapp and little daughter Helen, were visitors in Lexington. as j J Christian church, Evangelist Roy L. Brown, of Bellefontaine, Ohio terminating his series of discourses by a most able address on the "Progress of a Century" to a congregation that not only filled the main auditorium but overllowed into the annex of the build lug while many not able to liud seats V' but stood at the doors and windows. f!) The closing 'Bible service under the directorship of Elder Brown was unique M' in its evt?ry phase and was quite an in- - W novation for the people of this section. An awaid was oll'ered for the first pupil to reach Sunday School, the result being that an ambitious lad, ' William Embry, arrived an hour and a half before the opening exercises; an HW&rJ was given for the oldest mem- -' ber of the church attending the Bible School, Mr. Thomas Anderson, Si! re- ceiving that distinction as the oldest male member, and Mrs. William G. Anderson, 81, as the oldest present. A gift was also destowed the largest family in attendance, the prize going to Mr. and Mrs. Joht Oaks who with their S children including twins, comprise a family circle of 10; an awaid went to the youngest individual at Sunday School this being I pinned upon the swaddling clothes of a j infant. William Lear Lane, i The number of accessions to the in. church was (17, and including the religi- ous fervor and spiritual awakening j generallv engendered among the en-- , lire church membership, the revival ii ' regarded as one of the most successful ever held by the Disciples of Christ at lr--i this place. I I uie I ashon will have a Shop. I Opecal 2)spaj of Hiyh Class Suits on :! I Saturday, a October n Oth I i :i8 ' Richmond St. at their room adjoining the Opera House-oThese Suits have just arrived and present a splendid 1 1 8 i array of styles which ou are cordially invited to inspect. Uhe eu " 1 Jtashon Perrie & Sh op. Dl Jenkins. jn JSG A Full Stock of 1 ! HUSTLING YOUNG HAN. ca-r- ifI ' fl I A decided feature of the coat will be the cape-coa- t, developed in a varety of novel form .. All have the popular flare effect at the bottom. Sleeves slum greater eccentricity than ever the Fct-iflecve is back again, together with v.iria iwiii vf the Limono and cue effect. In collar- - the Gladstone and new Military collars are the nio-- t popular, and it's remarkable how well they have been developed in the heavier material,. The Bischof modcN on dNplay at vour store embody these new stvle features in a vay wonderfully becoming, and not in the least extreme. Come in and stay as long as you like looking over these charming stjles. We'll be glad to help you select the one that suits ou best. n Joseph Mercantile r llt''SMS mMMM&w -MLfLm mlm I i?S5S22v 8 DISC WHEAT DRILLS Fertilizer Disc Van Drills. Wf SS5.00 ; r , HOOSIER Bran -- Wheat Ensilage Cutters, Gasoline and Kerosine Engines J. E. Mount, i?if!3a&&i&S2i0& PHONE "f Son & Co. " JAit!frtttfJlW iK m your order and he will furnish you The VERY BEST COAL I At The VERY LOWEST PRICE. Si Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. was possessed of unfailing energy, plenty of good boss sense and the soul he is today of honor. As the Jfteady- TJo-ltJe- ar, foreman on the Record, owns a handsome home and no nun in Lancaster stands higher in the estimation of the HATS. GOOD LINEN ?3.G0 TRIMMED people. This shows what honestj, good breeding and oner rv wilt acconi- W Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Miss Helen plish. Johnson and W. G. Johnson of Ddii-vilIII, were guests on Tuesday of POSTMASTER SMITH H Mrs. D. M. Lackey and daughter. To Leave Lexington Office Jan. 1st. 2E 1L 3C LZS L Mrs. Luther Gibbs and Miss Annie Postmaster Wilbur R. Smith will Belle Burnside have returned from from the postmastership at LexCome in and I'aj vour Laundr Lexington, where they visited Miss Elizabeth Gibbs who is attending Sayre ington on January 1st, and will in all For Sale Or Rent. likelihood be succeeded by Mr. Moses College. Kaufifman. Mr. Smith's four year (By Wm. F. Miller.) My place, house and three acres of We are glad to state that Mr. Charlie does not expire for some weeks after j land just out of town limits on Rich Thompson is able to be about in his Miss Webbs' music class will the date ot his retirement, but as that G. P. TernlS. mond St. room after attack of typhoid fever. Friday morning. The public is time marks the closing of his annual He is a brother of Mrs. tiayden and quarterly reports, Call on me for all kinds of fruit and ht concluded to Leavell of this citv. The Bnsket Ball team recently or ' ornamental trees, shrubs. hslge aivl retire then. Mr. Willie F. Miller, reporter and Ever)thi.ig t plants, Mr. Smith will devote his attention ganized by the High School Girls. :s Strawberry general hustler for the Lancaster Rec to his Commeieial School, which is one meeting with much encouragement and j the lawn and garden, I wpreiei t ord, was here Friday with the Lancas- of the best and most liberally patroniz- every indication points to a wining best nusery known. ' ! Ja A. Rojto j ter football team enroute to Somerset. ed in the country. Within th past tedin. ..none No. "3HJ. Danville Messenger. Lancaster. rv few days students from nine different The 'Boy Scout" Foot Ball team Gen, recently organized will have a veiyl Messrs Leslie Knight and James states have matriculated in The Freeman Furniture Co of i' i Mmgua of Lexington have been the Smith's college. classy little team of only t ville Ky. sells the New Heme "Boy Scouti ' vvisj tney will play. guests of Mr. Joe Kelly this week. Machines'. Write him for thr I. Mr. Mmgua was formerly located in MR RUFUS MOSS The L. II. b Foot liii team. will!earth. until we get xrl agent in i A Brief Mention cf the Coinings ar.-- i Lancaster in the tobacco business, but "ime up agaust the "Nicholasville aud csttr. Gcngs byTncjj Wz An Interested In. will be with the Lexington Tobacco Co. SERIOUSLY INJURED. Theracle" schools combined Foot Bull' ' The N'ew IIHne Sewinj? aiath osssnas this season. team Moudaj . Oct. 12tli on the hitters J. T. Leake. State Agt Chu -- ,. Mr Rufus Mos was en Monday morn grounds. Mr. Cancer will go with the Lancaster fiiends will learn with Mrs. Lettie Ware has returned from thought at much regret of the critical illness of ing seriously, and it was team. by being a visit to relatives in Hopkinsville. Miss Mollie Brooks of Crab Orchard. liivt. dangerously injured Miss Smith's room entertained last SCHOOL TAXES Miss Lula Simpson is at home alter a She has been in California for some kicked by a mule, The accident oc- Friilav morninL' ami tlu exercise r. curred at his home a short distance V visit to Mrs Wm. Porter of Stanford. time, hoping a change of climate would ,T1Vt.ii wer.. HninvI bv the school and Have len due since July 1st. Moss was low Bryantsville. ' t once and settle and save pena tl, f,.llnvvin.r viinr- - Mrs . It. Mr. Percy Noland of Seattle Wash prove quite beneficial, but later infor- thought to be in a dangerous condition. E. vv. Harris. Treas. W. Sweeney. Mrs. G. B. ington has joined his wife here for a mation is that she is failing rapidly the injury being just above the heart, Cook. Mrs. J. stay. Mrs. Chas. Zimmer and son Chas. Jr. but we are glad to state that his con- Swinebroad, Mrs. J. E. Dickerson and Tzm For Sale Mrs. Dave Dunn of Danville was the left Sunday for their home in Pomeroy, dition is very much improved and hopes visitor Miss Waller of Louisville. Mrs. i miles from I. J. N. Ross. Mrs. F. 1. rncie. Mrs. IW 5 acres guest for several days of Lancaster O. after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. It. are entertained for his recovery. , relatives. Moss, Mr. and Mrs. Noland and Mrs-- i ter, will sell as a whole or in tvv. t' u m Zimmer. They wete accompanied by Mr Moss is a brother of Messrs W.B. 110 5 with improvements or (U. r s Miss Jennie Duncan has been visiting Miss Elsie Zimmer, who after a visit and Silas Moss of Lancaster, and for W. A. Dickerson. X. H. Bog.t . Somerset won ever the L. H. S. Foot unimproved. Mrs. Charlotte Warren in in Pomeroy, will go to Chicago for a merly resided here. He is a splendid her sister Lexiflgto'i. I stay with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rentier gentleman and a good citizen and his Ball team, on the tormers ground Fri- Stanford. returning home. many ft 'ends regret to hear of his mis- day evening by the score of 17 to 0. i Miss Ruth Beaumont Waller of Louis Tor Sale The following will arrive Tuesday to fortune, and hope that he may soon re- Lancaster bovs put up a classy game ville is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sixty acres of land. 21 mi'r- tri-cover. against their apponents and the victory be th" guests of Miss Letty Mae Dickerson. their Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike, mostly due to Somerset was Mrs. George Fort of Clarks-vill- e Misses Willie Wilkinson and Ruth Tenii., Mis Ann Cleghom, SPEECH OF HON. A. O.STAN- outweighing our team by olj, lbs. and house, barn and plenty ot water. ' Waller of Louisville spent the week Herndon & Walker, Lancaster. also on account of Lancaster's "Star". Ga.; Miss Maigaret Munson, end in Danville. Full bacK Wood Wilmot, being out of Madina N. Y., Miss Betsy Ware, of LEY TO BECOME VALKentucky Red Berkshire For S:ie. the game, on account ot a sore-- foot. and Miss Katherine Miss Ellen Walker of Richmond was Hopkinsville, Somerset has one of the fastest teams j 1 the guest Saturday and Sunday of Miss Spindler of Christianburg Va. have 10 nice young boars for a'e UABLE CAMPAIGN in Central Ky. and played good ball. Martha Kavanaugh. Billie Swope has resigned his position They are from Anna Bell and Fa v They treated us very kindly, and one Lady, the choice of my herd. Miss Eugenia Dennv has returned to with The Henry Clay Fire Insurance DOCUMENT. was indeed a pleasure one. trip W. B. Denny. LancasU-- Ky her home in Lexington after a visit of Co, of Lexington, with whom he has tf two weeks to Mrs E. L. Owsley. been the past summer, and is spending Friends of Congress A O. Stanley " We will pay 20c cah for egg :' e, lr "tf" Mrs. Mattie Duncan and niece Miss a few weeks with friends and relatives were this week much gratified that II. K. Northeott. for candled fcggs. in Lancaster and Garrard county, prior President Wilson is so pleased with the IN THIS COLUMN. Pauline Hocker of Stanford were in j YOU'LL FIND IT to his going to Peoria, III, to begin speech he made in support of the UnLouisville for a stay of several days, Notice work under his uncle W. A. Moberly. derwood emergency tax bill anil that Mr. Paul Arnold left Monday for Mgr. of Western Powder Mills of that The Citv taxes and water rents are the administration has suggested that i .ikioii, iy, wuere ne win leuu in a city. The due and must be paid at once. Mens Suits half price at Moores. 275.000 conies of it to be printed and song service in a series of meetings. City must have this money in order to Among the affairs that sent out over the country by the Dem Come in and Pay your Laundry bill. meet expenses and unless paid a pet a.ty Mrs. John Purdy who has been the will take place in honor of Miss Letty ocratic National Committee. Con L. E. Herron. will be levied. guest of Misses Jane and Mary Doty, Mae McRoberts, will be a reception giv- gressman Stanley has written to Dem Goods 25, 50 and 75 cts. on the dollar Collector. returned last Friday to her home in en by Mrs. Robert Elkin, a reception by ocratic State Campaign Chairman Tom at Moores. Millersburg Ky. Mrs. Will Cook, a linen shower by Mrs. Rhea that he will come to Kentucky Clarks best thread 1 cts at Moores. Miss Rella Arnold has returned from George Robinson and Misses Walker ami make some speeches in behalf of House and lot on Lexington street, He for sale or rent. Mrs. Susan Fisher. a delightful visit to her sister, Miss and Kavanaugh, at Mrs Robinson's Messrs Beckham and Camden. EXPERT STOVE POLISHER. Mary, in Corbin and also the Misses surburban home, "Greenwood",a tea by expects to devote the last two weeks campaign. It We are receiving daily new goods. Miss Helen Gill, a tea by Miss Tommie of this month to the Bill Farris. expert stove cleaner and Shugars of Richmond. Logan, Anderson and Tomlinson. polisher. Headquarters, store of J. R. Francis, a dinner party by Mrs. Robert was reported in the east this week Reverend Roy L. Brown and Mrs. McRoberts and Mr. H. Clay Kauffman that Congressman Stanley at the ex- Mount, Son and Co. Brown who won many friends by their will also entertain in her honor. Ladies and childrens low cut shoes niration of his term March 4 next stay in Lancaster returned Monday to I have 247 acres of good land on Paint would enter into- - the practice of law half price at Moores. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elkin McRobtheir home in Bellefontaine Ohio. Lick creek, that I will sell in three in New York. This he promptly de invitations to the mar- nied, This land is 75 Men3 Over Coats to be sold at half tracts or as a whole. savmir that it is his intention to Clever Jim Pierce, who is with the erts have issued known as the Lafanial Cotton farm. riage of their daughter Miss Lettie live in Kentucky. He did not say so, price cost. Standard Oil Co, at Junction City, cams Richard Buckner Spindle, hut a number of his friends are of the Logan. Anderson and Tomlinson. J. A. Cotton, up Saturday for Coburn's minstrels and Mae and Mr. R, F. D. No. 2 Jr. of Norfolk Va. The wedding to opinion that he will proberly be a canremained over Sunday with friends. Come to the closing out sale of the occur on Tuesday October 20th at 8;30 didate for the Democratic nomination Richmond, Ky. PD. Mr. James N. Denny left Tuesday to in the evening at the Christian church. H. Batson stock of goods. for Governor, while others think he R. Frank Moore attend a reunion of the Beattie family The bride-eleis the only daughter of may become a candidate for Attorney-GenerNOTICE. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. McRoberts, and is ayoung at the home of his brother-in-lahas bean This week there Just received :Fresh ear Kanawha Samuel Beattie at Newport Arkansas. lady of charming personality, a very Ihe Garrard Bank and Trust ComJ- - E. Anderson, in circulation a report that one line- salt. pany, Assignee of H. T. Logan, hereby Mrs. J. A. Amon gave a handsome talented musician, and a recent gradu- up may be Senator Johnson N. CamPoint Leavell, Ky. College of notifies all of said Logan's creditors reception Saturday afternoon to the ate of Randolph-Mace- n den for Governor, TRomas S. Rhea for the prospective Auidtor, Claude B. Terrell, for TreasL0ST:-Pai- r C. W. B. M. auxiliary, the honor guest Lynchburg Va., while of gold nose glasses on that said Bank as such Assignee will being Mrs. Roy L. Brown of Belfon- - groom is of a well known legal firm in urer. A. O. Stanley for Attorney-GenerIf found kindly on the 23 day of November 1914 move Crab Orcn'ard pike. the the progressive city of .Norfolk, the Court to release him as such Astaine Ohio. and Sherman Goodpaster for Sec: return to Record office. and is rising rapidly in his chosen pro retary of State. Senator Camden, who signee of said H. T. Logan this the 2nd W. M Mahan. Mr. A. R. Denny is receiving con fession. day of Oct. 1914. came home to attend the funeral of gratulations eince the announcement The Garrard Bank & Trust Co: 100 Mens Suits to be sold at less than Ver- that he is now a great-gran- d father. A One of the most interesting and his friend. Lucas Brodhead, of Assignee of H. T. Logan. little daughter has arrived at the home largely attended revivals ever held in I sailles, has no expression to-- make on half cost. t. I Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. . Cincinnati Enquirer. of Mr. and Mrs! Kelley Francis at Mid. this city closed Sunday night at the the rumor.-- has covered from her recent lllnesj as to betaken out for a stay with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burnside. Mr. and Mrs. George Phelps and Miss i Pauline Smith of Richmond motored to Lancaster Saturday and were with Mrs. D. M. Lackey and daughter. Mr Leonard Miller of the Lancaster Miss Record was heie Mondaj soliciting ads Mary Higgins of Stanford were guests for that good paper. The editor ot on Wednesday of Mrs. It. E. McRob-ert- s. The Messenger took "Len" in hisofiice when he was a small boy. with one Mrs. M. Fd.Td sufficiently re- gallus and a sore toe. Young Millei .Mis. .v J. Harve Mcltoberts and Nov on hand. Also jjoi'd line of I I r 1 fcV' i-?- J. Children's JFats and - 1 KC le ffiella irnolci. re-ti- le SCHOOL NOTES. Co Gossip out Psopic VVf I con-isti- ng I 9.2l-;;t-p- be-M- '" 2-- 1 2-- u-- ; i I n t-- Som-ervil- le ! r '' "" Ml ' ' pre-nupti- al id 10-3-- ct al al Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Oct 8, 1914. - Wall PaperWe have in stock this season a full line of A DESERTED BRIDE By DONALD CHAMBERLIN The Counterfeiter By JOHN TURNLEE How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall' Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F J 15 years, A. IMPORTED OATMEALS besides the ordinary papers we are carrying. McEoberts Drug1 Store I f? Four StrongPoiats Good Wheat. Clean Milling. No Blend. 'Y No Bleach. Tf AJ. jii Rlaa1ial dXlU P1anHa1 l?lni miacfinnc irniir JJJCGL11CU ots1 UlWUUbU IlUUl IjUWOliUllkJ JVUl health, why take a chance? Use ' ift GLEN LILY and be safe. Garrard Milling Go. J iBHHBIHHHH Motel 1 u f WASHINGTON DALS Pennsylvania Avenue, at 18th & H. Sts. RATES turn. Bittcill Bitk Jl.50, $2.00 up. '.! ?rH Item, Mull Sift SZSO, $3.00 up. rsSS&ssr OVERLOOKS I 22; WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palm. Court, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room' Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. ' 1 ' iH is.lri E RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS JX (W?T '''VJffyftaw-."''''1 Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life fctate Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new IIHH! modef school, new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped ymna'ium. Domestic Science. First Term begins Heptenilwr 7, Second Term November 1G, Third Term January 23. Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens J June 14, Catalogue Free. j. G. CBABBK, President. IS Commencing September, 2 I st, county court day, we will on tock Sale County Each Court Day hold Live Stock Sales, consisting of Horses, Mules, Cows. Hogs, Sheep, Cattle, Mule Colts, etc, at our City Stock Pens, on 2nd. Street between Main and Broadway. Sales will commence at 10 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 Boyle county and we solicit in these sales Make our office your headquarters your Edward Warbeck went to Hume to see the Coliseum, the palace of the Caesars. the column of Trajan, the Arch of Titus. He saw all these antiquities and ninny more, hut they were of small importance compared with something ele he saw, not au antiquity by any iiumii-.- : on the contrary, very young and tender It was an Italian girl with a pair of black eyes, a long, thick rope of hair banging down ber back and a litruru that rivaled the famous Venus ill Medici's In Florence. Llta Caracolu spoke and understood Just enough of Kugllxli to enable War-becto make love to her. which is not saying much, for there may be more love expressed in one look than In a a thousand words. Slgnorlua Llta father was poor in funds, but rich In blood, for he claimed descent from Marcus Tulllus Cicero, who shook Home with his eloquence. Cnracola's principal business was sitting on the Piazza Colonna at u sidewalk cafe drinking liters of Italian wine. Warbeck was obliged to settle 50.000 lire ($10,000) upon Signorina Caracola before being permitted to marry her. which she divided with her father that be might continue to drink wine on the Piazza Colonna. The rest she kept for an emergency. Warbeck was a stranger to her. and she was taking a matrimonial leap in the dark. Besides this, she was to sail with her husband for a distant country, which was as remote and uncertain to her as it had been four centuries before to Christopher Columbus on setting out on his voyage of discovery. There was a gay wedding In a side street on the Ksquiline hill, where Caracola lived, after which a party of the bride's friends accompanied her to the railway station, where she and her husband took a train for Naples, and the next evening n ship sailed over the beautiful bay of the same name, like a white bird, bearing the happy couple, happy In their love, though little Llta wept at leaving her beloved Italy. In three days the ship stopped at Gibraltar. The bride was laid up with a headache and kept her stateroom, while the groom went ashore to visit the famous rock. Falling In with a British army officer whom he had met before, he was Introduced at the club, lunched, drank several bottles of champagne and fell asleep on a lounge. The steamer passed out to sea through the strait, and SIgnora Warbeck was surprised that her husband did not come to their stateroom to see her. Finally she called the room steward and asked him to And Mr. Warbeck and tell him his wife would like to see him. The steward hunted the ship through, but did not find the gentleman. After a diligent search It became evident that he wat not aboard. SIgnora Warbeck's worst fears that she had entertained before her marriage were realized. An American had married her and deserted her at the first stop made by tlrfe ship. She kept her room for the rest of the voyage, holding tight her share of the money that had been settled on her that she might return to Koine the moment she reached New York. After Inquiry she learned that a steamer sailed for Italy the day she would arrive in America, and by wireless telegraph she engaged passage for Naples. When Mr. Warbeck awoke In the Officers' club at Gibraltar and through a window saw the moon peacefully shining down on him he was seized with horror, for he knew that the steamer bearing his bride was well out at sea. No steamer for New York was due for three days, I lit when it came he boarded it. Afte passing ten worrying days he reached port, but not his bride. Why should he? Thinking that he had deserted her. she took no pains to discover his American connections. She simply sailed for Italy the same day she arrived in New York. Warbeck was In agony To have bis beloved bride landed without a protector on a shore foreign to her and no means of tracing her was excruciating. The only comfort he had was the $3,000 she had with her. He cabled to her father to report the misfortune and ask if Lita bad communicated with him. Lita had done nothing of the kind. In a month after her departure the bride turned up in IJome. The matter of her husband's apparent desertion having been explained to Slgnor Caracola, he sent ids daughter back on a steamer sailing the next day, cabling Warbeck of her departure. When the cablegram reached the groom's office he was sailing along the Long Island coast bound for Italy. Thinking his wife might have returned to her home, he had searched the passenger lists or outgoing steamers and found her name. Signor Caracola's cablegram was repeated by wireless to Warbeck. who ent a wireless message to Gibraltar to stop his wife there. On his arrival lie found her. and great was the happiness of this reunited bridal couple. They took the next steamer for America, both having crossed and recrossed the Atlantic since they had been at Gibraltar before. At Madeira Warbeck proposed to go ashore. "No. no." said his wife: "I do not wish for you to desert me another time." The young husband gave a sickly smile. Since then she has never per mltted him to leave a train when they travel together. k Cara-cola'- was called upon by the manager of the Third National bank to ferret out the perpetrators of spurious ten dollar bills on their bank. He began by making a thorough examination of the bills It would seem that a good engraver could make a duplicate of any bunk bill that would be practically perfect. But no matter how much care be puts on it there will be differences. On these bills there was a miniature likeness of the then secretary of the treasury. There was a difference between the valid and spurious pictures in the right nostril, the left eyebrow and a line running between the nose and the left cheek. But this was of no moment to the detective except to enable him to spot one of the counterfeits when he saw it. It did not help him in running down the counterfeiter. He knew that certain persons were going about buying articles worth various sums from 50 cents to $2 or $3, offering one of the counterfeit ten dollar bills and receiving the change in good money. Roelf interviewed several of the persons on whom these spurious bills had been passed a young woman cashier in an ice cream saloon. She said that a young man had brought in a girl, ordering Ice cream, cake and other art!- cles for both of them; had paid for what he bought with a ten dollar bill and received $0.15 change. After the departure of the couple the bill was found to be counterfeit The only person who saw this young man and woman was the cashier herself, who waited on them, no other ih.t-soconnected with the saloon being present, but her description Milled with that of others that Is. the description of the young man. for this was the only time he was reported In company with a girl. Roelf gave a telephone number to the proprietors of a certain store on j the main shopping street of the town and asked them, if any one passed the spurious bills, to call him up and hold on to tue person wuo uau otiereu iu Then be took a novel, sat down by the instrument, read and waited. On the third day of his waiting he was rung up from a cigar store. A young man had called, bought a handful of cigars, offered a counterfeit ten dollar bill, received $S and some silver In change, lighted a cigar and gone out smoking. The proprietor had telephoned Roelf and sent a boy to shadow the young man. Roelf went to the cigar store, and when the boy returned he showed the detective a bouse which the young man had entered. Roelf remembered that there were different possibilities connected with this young man. The bill might have been passed on him. he being entirely Innocent of the matter. He might be passing the bills for the maker. The bouse he entered might be in no way It connected with the counterfeiting might be the place where the bills were made. It behooved Roelf. therefore, to be careful In his Investigations lest he either come down ui Innocent persons or frighten the counterfeiters away with all their paraphernalia. What he did was to observe the house. He loitered near it for half a day to see who came from and went to It. No one entered it. but a woman came out. The usual way for detectives to watch a suspected house is to hire a room opposite. Roelf did this and kept close observation on the house the young man had entered. Within a few days another case of passing the bills was reported to him. A young man very likely the same person as liefore had bought a hat with one of them. The bill had been detected, the purchaser had been followed and had ntered the house Roelf was watching This removed all doubt that the guilty person occupied the house In quesRoelf made arrangements to tion raid It. but concluded to get what additional information he was able be fore doing so lie kept up his watch, but the only person he saw come out r go in was a young girl. It seemed to Roelf th.it there was something familiar to him alxiut her. but be could not tell what It was He never caught a fair glimpse of her face, for whenever she emerged from the house, if the weather was Tair. she put up a parasol ami If it ruined an umbrella. Roelf now gave orders among the shops that if any one passed one of the spurious bills and It was detected before the person passing It got away lie was to be detained. If this was not possible Roelf was to be telephoned of the fact and he would arrest the counterfeiter if he returned to the house. One afternoon he received a telephone that a young man of effeminate appearance had entered a drug store, bought a pair of hairbrushes and passed a counterfeit bill. Roelf went out on the street and walked back and forth for some time, when he saw n young man who answered the description of the counterfeiter making for the suspected house. As he was about to enter Roelf clapped a hand on his shoulder with n gruff "I want you."- He was startled by a shriek such as might come from n woman And It did. When the person ar rested was brought to face accusers she turned out to be the cashier of the lee cream saloon who claimed to have had one of the counterfeit bills passed upon her. John ISoelf. detective, I ! I Cheney for the last and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his Arm. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo, O Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken lnternallv acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price "3 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. J. F. OF GARRARD COUNTY ttWWMl HObTCbAW VOTE FOR the Nominee of The Progressive Party FOR CONGRESS. is a vote to L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Of The 8th Congressional District of Kentucky Inaugurate the Principals Enunciated by Progressive Platform. YOUR INFLUENCE SOLICITED. Election November 3rd. 1914. Arrive. a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & 0 5.-0- No 10: 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 with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting B. F. HUDSON. President. W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. WALKEK. Joe J. Walker. Jr.. Vice Prest, r. Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ORGANIZED 1883. "We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Government. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. County Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday.. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford. 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mond?; . Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. Diaw n Check RSHH uK I - 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 Go. The undersigned hereby gve warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful est extent of the Ia,w. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elan:. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Ptice J. W Sweeney John M. Farra W. G. Anderson J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. S. C. Henderson. B. M. Lear. A. J. Caddell. W. S. Embry Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. H. C. Arnold Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. S. L. Rich. W. B. Ray. J. C. Morgan. We will add other names for 25 cent.' cash. Official Directory Of Garrard County. POSTED They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company 3 IH8)?Ji.rt:fa Never Warp.Crack.Rot, Curl LiKe Wood Shingles or Burn- - aMssxs&b XttlYSETOTCQW circuit Judge Itoti. Claries A. Hardm. Commouuetiltbd Attome Hon. Kmmel Pur-yea- r. They can be laid right over an old roof without dirt or bother, and they make it stormproof and fireproof. 5 They're inexpensive. For particulars address wood-shingle B. Mason. Circnit Cle Muster Commissioner V. II. Broun Trustee Jury Fund Benj. F. Robluso Official Court Stenographer Mis Sne Sht'by Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company. 50 North 23rd Mason. Street. Philadelphia. County Judge C. a. Arnold. County Attorney O. C. Walter. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Hurry TomlltHun. Coroner J. A Jones. Sheriff C A. Kobiusnu. Deputy fi.erlll forge T. Ballard MI Superimeiidant 01 Jennie Hit glrs. Assessor Deputy Jailer Supervisor of Roads L'lei eland Treasurer J. V. Klmore. MAGIsTKATK.-J. Iae Iae Ko. B. Ray Ki.iirii-r. n Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs to Days' Treatment. Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Price 1 Oc. 3 bars .iLL ON SALE j K.VMiitelst.DIst. Logau Isoii 2nd. Dist. John s. Hdm Srd. Dist James Coldlron 4th. Dist. COUNTY BOARD OF KUUfATIUI' Tnomps Arnold. Jr. 1st. Dis:. R. D McMurtrj. 2nd. Dist. O. J. llendreu. 3rd. Dist. Tliomtxs p. King. 4tb. Dist. CITY OF LANCAsTKK Mayor L.G. Davidson. City Judge J. P. Prather. City Attorney J. E. Robinson. CityClTk-F.- G. $1.00 25c 23c AT Dxfe No?JtmJyK ORIGINATOR OF C. C. & J. E. Stormes and R. E. JlcRocerts. J PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS Hnrt. , City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer W. F. Champ. Chief Police I.. E. Herron. COUSCILMEN Parker Gregory. J. II. Daltou Sam Cotton. W. M. Zanone. Dr. J. A. Anion. w.O. Goodloe AWELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box of our sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If j ou have not yet tried any or all ot them you don't know what a fine treat you have been missing. Dcn't keep or y and missing it, Order a box commence enjoying yourself. to-da- Engraved Visiting Card 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 THE "MTtvi Lancaster tling CO. BotPhone 202. We Write Anv Kind of , '' Chamberlain's Liajmeni. It Always Does (be Work. when intown, Danville Ice & Goal 60, W. H. Davis Auct. Phones 7 and 76. Danville, Ky. 48S&. jirc& B 'I like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy jjains or soreness of the muscles youjbetter than a ny other, wlite3 R. E. will appreciate the geod qualities of ! "I have Many suf Roberts, Homer City, Pa., Chamberlain s Liniment. ferers from rheumatism and sciatica taken it off and on for years it has have used it with the best results. It is especially valuable for lumbago and never failed to give thedesired results.' lame back. For sale by all dealers. For sale by all deaiers. 1-- If you are ever troubled with aches, INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. CENTRAL RECORD J. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Phone 27. l j . v., a- - -- . :. ii'uj. A K2E2ES The Central Record, Thursday Oct b 19,14. PAINT LltJIv. Page 7 Mi-o-- vm?mmx: Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have Always Bought, and ivliioh has hcen in use lor over 30 years, lias borne the signature o and has hecn made under Ids per- fPjC&&'-?-sonal supervision since its infancy. s&cLcX .Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of - Children Iutauts andExperience against Experiment. f Just-as-jjood CasfoHa is harmless Castor Oil, Pare-jrori- e. a::d Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It eo;i:. .:::; neither Opium, 3Torphino nor otlier Narcotic :;;Tta:jec. lis ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms ;:::d a!t:: I For more than thirty years it ha- - been i:s ce.n-tause for the relief of Constipation, rh'.tulone;. , Y.i.ul Ctilie, all Teething Troubles and I8iarrbia. It regulates the Stomach ami Howls, a imilates tie Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. lr2s at is substitute for CASTOR I A a Vverl-.lme.vs- . nt genuine CASTOR! A always Bean the Signature of c&xjry v a TMC CfNTAUR J4Z6& $U In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought COMPANY, NEW YORK CCTV. Miss Kate Ely is visiting friends in Lexington and Cincinnati. Mr. W. S. Beazley, of Lexington was here Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsden and Miss Geneva spent Friday in Berea. Mr. E. C. McWhorter and family motored to Crab Orchard Sunday. Miss Lena Schooler, of Hyattsville, guest of the Misses was the week-en- d Cotton. Miss Janie Terrill of Lancaster was guest of Miss Estill the week-en- d Walker. The teachers of the Paint Lick school enjoyed a pleasant evening on Tuesday at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Eldridge at Manse, Mrs. L. P. McWhorter, of Berea, was the guest of relatives here the past week. Quite a number of young people drove to Lancaster Saturday evening for Coburns Minstrels. Miss Kate Richmond, of Ewing, Va., is the guest of Mrs. W. F. Parks and Mrs. Robert Ledford. Mr and Mrs. Oscar Parks and baby of Jenkins, Ky., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Parks. Mrs. Laban Kirk and daughter, of Paintsville have been the guests of Mr. E. C. McWhorter and family. Miss Sallie Woods was the week-en- d guest of Miss Margaret Arnold at her beautiful country home near Lancaster. Miss Mary 1). Beck, who has been the guest of the Misses Metcalf. returned to her home in McKinney on Monday. MBgftyayiWB Mrs. IL J. Patrick and children, and Miss Sfllie Burnham Woods left Tuesday for a visit to Mrs. Joe Frisbie in Gallipolice, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Woods, .Mesdamei. John White, William Eldridge and Woods Walker formed a motor party to Scrubs Fatten Quickly You want your pigs to eat as much as possible I put scnibbr-loolnwhen you fallen them. Give them a great variety hoc in the Den to of feed, keep the appetite keen and the digestion in j faticn and cave them Bee good order, and you will obtain the desired result; in their leed. I soon had especially if you mix with the grain ration a dose of fmcliealihy-lookinchoss Bee Dee Whets the appetite STOCK MEDICINE Helps digestion. which netted me over 500 pounds. H. Kisner. Dunlcvie. V. Va. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At your dealer's. P. B 4 Danville Thursday. Mrs. Oscar Hainmack, Mrs. Rice Woods and Miss Lucy Francis represented the local W. C. T. U. at the State Convention that was held at Winchester I October third to seventh. The Manse School will give a Pie Supper, Saturiay night. A nice box of Chocolate will be given the young Lady whose pie bring the most money. All the girls are to bring the Pies and the boys to come and buy them. The box supper at the Graded School Friday evening was a pronounced success in every way. The exact amount of money derived from the sale of the boxes has not been ascertained but from all reports it was a goodly sum. HAVE YOU CATARRH? It's a Dangerous Disease Hyomei is the Effective Remedy. BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS Effective from August 1. ll-- to Aufjust 1. 11)15 and guaranteed again! any reduction during that time ! TOURING CAR RUNABOUT TOWN CAR K o it I. ( Mt -- In tli I niTfd M..tt !!!.-- - fully f America i'i.uiiir! nl IlOO.WMi cars between the above date.s. And should we reach this production, we agree to pay as the buyer's share from $40 to $0 jvr car (on or about August 1. 191o) to everv retail buver who purchases a new Fotd car between August 1. 1914 and August 1, 1915. For further particulars regarding these low piices g plan see Madison Garage. and efficiency in our factory production, and the minimum cost in our purchasing and sales departments Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum if we can reach an output of profit-sharin- Catarrh, which is indicated by sniffl ing, frequent eclds and crusts in the nose is a serious disease and if nol checked surely spreads to the delicate lining of the air passages, and fre quently destroys the hearing. To cure catarrh iou must have some thing that will quickly reach the diseased tissues, kill the germs, and drive out the poison. Hyomei is just such a remedy Being a mixture of antiseptic oils that you breathe through a small inhaler its g medication cannot help going direct to the raw and inflamed lining of the nose and throat, quickly relieving that choked-u- p feeling, stop ping the unclean discharges, and healing the sore spots you breathe freely. Even the worst cases respond at once. There is nothing for the treatment of catarrh ills that is easier, more pleasant or so satisfying as Hyomei. R. E. McRoberts sells it on the plan. health-restorin- OAKKKltrui. Kentucky Drills. accurately any seed from the smallest flax seeto the largest cow pea. Will sow ...wr -- a. r'.J U There are many times when one man questions another's actions and motives. with chilled bearings which are simple and durable, drag bars of heavy Men act differently under different circumstances. The question is, what high carbon steel, built of the best material throughout. Get our price would you do right now if you had a and don't experiment with some new thing. Get the Standard of severe cold? Could you do better than to take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy? Drills, the KENTUCKY. It is highly recommended by people who have used it for years and know its value. Mrs. O. E. Sargent, Peru, Ind, says, "Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy is worth its weight in gold and I 'take pleasure in recommending it." For sale by all dealers. All Kentucky Drills have the immense advantage of the low hitch, it has also a general purpose disk, being especially good in hard ground, crusty tough soil, unplowed stubble or root land. Equipped Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Swope. a fine boy. Mr. Doc Lee sold his little farm to John Hick of the Orchard Grove section for $3300, At the sale of Mr. W. O. King on last Friday, the farm was withdrawn at ?G8 per acre. $18. was realized from the Ice Cream supper at Mason school nouse on last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Skinner and Miss Lucretia Skinner were visiting Lancaster relatives Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Johnson and children of Nicholasville came last week for a visit to her sister Mrs. Rod Swope. Rev. Mahap filled his appointment with his church at this place Sunday morning. He states they are having a great meeting with the Hebron church with 11 additions to date. Mr. and Mrs. Ryland Ison while re turning from Lancaster were thrown precipitately to the ground by the bug gy coming uncoupled. The horse deliberately walked on with the two wheels, leaving the occupants behind unhurt. What Would You Do? Becker, Ballard & Co ilV.V- PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. the property of the Baptist church and STOMACH MISERY Patterson shall oegin with the top edge of the present curbing of the Will Quickly and Safely Rid You present pavement and extend a straight line over the said properties to the top DIRECTING THE BUILDING outer edge of the present cement paveof Indigestion. ment of tte property of S. G. Haselden and the grade ot the pavement alonir When your ittie East side of Campbell street be your food lies stomach is out of order AND CONSTRUCTION OF like a lump of lead ferginning with the property ot .Mrs. C. U. Powell shall begin with the edge of menting and snrely causing that feelthe piesent cement pavement (outer ing of fulness, sour taste in the mouth, AND SIDEWALKS edge) South side of Richmond Street coated tongue, biliousness, and many and run a straight line South to the other warning signs of indigestion, edge ot the cement pavement of J. II. PAVEMENTS Paue, and the said grade extending which is often a dangerous ailment. with the said pavement of the said J. It is needles for you to sutler, for 11. Payne a straight line from the any druggist On The Streets Of Lancaster, Ky., And can supply you with South edge over the property of W. II. ; a harmless and efficient remedy for Collier and W. T. West to the top Regulating The Manner Of Con- .North edge of the present cement pave- all bad stomachs. These small tablets ment of J. L. Davis, thence extending give almost immediate and joyful restuctions and Grades Ot with the grade of J. L. Davis' pave- lief, while a few days' treatment ment over the property ot Hopper strengthens and stimulates the digesThe Same. Heirs (Lou Hopper, Ed Hopper and Jane Hopper) from the top South edge tive system. The flow of gastric juices of the J. L. Davis cement pavement is increased, then your food is properly Article 1, Section 1, to the ement crossing. North edge, at digested; sour and gassy stomach, sick Be it ordained by the City Council of the end of the said Hopper property headaches; restless nights and other the city of Lancaster. Ky., that all and the grade of the 'second piece of ordinances directing sidewalks or pave- Hopper property shall extend and be on distressing symptoms quickly vanish. If suffering any stomach distress do ments to be made on the streets, a grade with the James Turner properavenues, highways and public places of ty beginning with the cement pave- not wait let give you quiek the city, the council shall fix the width ment, the upper South edge of the and lasting relief. R. E. McRoperts -, and extending over the Hopper and grade ot same and also prescribe samthe material of which they shall be property a straight line to the upper sells it with guarantee of money back made, and no ordinances directing the North edge of tilt cement pavement of if you are not satisfied, payment of the cost ot such work shall the L & N Railroad Company's properbe adopted until it is accepted by il;e ty. The work hereby ordered is to be done by and at the expense of the own council. Modern Seamen. Section 2: Unless otherwise provid- ers of the land fronting and abutting The new ship has transformed the said pavements, and the said work ed in the ordinance directing the work the with itself, lie works atnon it to be done, all concrete payements oi is ordered to be constructed within sailor sidewalks that the council may order to thirty days after the service of a copy subtle aud Intricate network ut mabe laid shall be constructed in the fol- of tins ordinance on them and the cost chinery. Ills brain H quickened by the lowing manner: An excavation twelve of the said work is to be apportioned effort to understand the new forces inches below the level of the proposed among the property owners as herein and appliances that he controls He is pavement shall be made, in which shall provided and as required by law. This drawn no louder from the lower strata be first placed crushed stone, of sound ordinance shall be in fotce anil etrect of the population of our liirts. but In quality, live inches deep, and on the from and after its publication in the Increasing proportions from the ranks top of this shall be placed six inches of Central Record, a weekly newspaper of skilled mechanic- - The electnci.ins grouting composed of six parts of published in the city of Lancaster. Kj. and machinists. ..no are the aristoccrushed stone to one part of first quality All ordinances or parts cf ordinances racy of the crew, tuins with them the Portland cement, and over this shall be in conflict with the foregoing ordinance notions which prevail anions the spread the wearing surface, one inch are heredy repealed. of labor out of uniform They thick, composed of three parts of L. G. DAVIDSON, possess more reading and more Portland cement, two parts of screened Mayor of the Gity of Lancaster, Ky. than did nine out of ten ot the science ollkers crushed stone of good quality, and two in the old days. They have a reieet parts of clean sharp sand equal in Attest: F. G. Hurt. City Clerk. quality to Ohio river sand. The surfor themselves and their class, which Be it ordained by the City Council of has revolutionized the morals ,iml manface shall be worked smooth and cut into blocks four and one half feet in City of Lancaster. Ky., that City Taxes ners of the modern warship. The gradlength, and shall slope one quarter of shall be due on the 1st day of March. ual reform of the serrice resu'ations an inch to the foot from the inside of Al'tei the asement and any person or has sought to keep pace with this the pavement to the outer edge. persons failing to pay their Taxes b Section 3: Before any person shall the 1st day of December, thereafter transformation, and olluers have been build or proceed to build or have built Lshall pay six percent additional on the educated in a wholly new conception sidewalks or pavements or culverts iaxessodue and unpaid, which ad- of their relationship to their men. The within the city, he shall make applica- ditional sum shall be charged to the bullying and hectoring which was the tion to the Street Committee for Marshal in his settlement with the City rule of the sea in the old days Is today dimensions, specifications ana general Council. the rare exception. Instinct and "good plans and proceed in accordance with All ordinances or parts of ordinances form" condemn that kind ot thing as the direction of said Committee, pro- in conflict with this ordinance are hereby severely as the regulations. Nation. vided, however, that this section shall repealed. Ihisordiance shall become not apply to the construction of side- effective after passage and publication. If an Ant Were as Big as a Man. walks or pavements by the County on L. G. Davidson, Major. All ant can carry a grain ot eorn property owned by it in the city of F. G. Hurt, Clerk. ten times the weight of Its body, while Lancaster. Ky. Any person failing or Oct. 3. 191 1. a man or horse can carry loads only refusing to comply with the requirements of this section shall upon conabout equal to its bodily weight It viction be fined not less than Five or !s not a fact, however, that the ant is more than Thirty Dollars for each of- GARRARD COUNTY greatly superior in strength. If an ant fense. should grow to twice Its original size, Section 4: When the City Council stilt retaining its geometrical and hisshall order any work to be don? upon FISCAL COURT tological structure, its volume, and acany property within the City, or the cordingly the weight of its body, would construction of any sidewalk or pavement as provided by the Charter and August Special Term, August 22, 1914. increase eightfold. Although the musordinances herein, notice of the pascles grow to twice their original diBond Election to Repair Court House mensions, the increase in length does sage of such ordinance shall be at once served by the marshal or sheriff of Gar- called. is The question being under the con- not Increase the strength, which rard Conntv, Ky-- . upon the owner of such property, which notice shall be sideration of the Fiscal Couit concern- proportional to their cross section, and the ant would only be four times as served by delivering to such owner a ing the condition of the Garrard Count As It now carries copy of said ordinance attested by the Court House, the vaults of the same strong as before. City Clerk. If the owner of said pro- containing the Public Records, the con- but five times its weight, however, it perty be an infant, married woman or dition of the different Court Rooms and is relatively only hair as stroug. It lunatic or an idiot, then said notice the various office rooms in the Court is calculated that the same nut develshall be servsd in such manner upon House and thequestioii being before the oped to the size ot a man would only such persons as summons would be re- court on motion and the same be'ng of quired to be served by the Civil Code of submitted to the court for vote, it is be able to carry one Practice, in case such persons were the opinion of the court that the said its own weight instead ot ten times its defendants in a civil suit. If the owner Court House and the various named own weight. of such property be of departments need repairing and in many this State or his place of residence un- respects remodeling and it is the opinion Thrashing Wheat In Cyprus. known, then a copy of said ordinance of the court that the sum of S13.000 00 The aucient Uoman tribulum. as shall be published for four consecutive should be appropriated for the purpose used tor thrashing, may still be seen in issues in any weekly newspaper in the of said work as herein after specifically a board City and such publication shall be con- set out, and the said Fiscal Coart here- the island ot Cyprus, it is structive servcie of said notice, and if by suggests that said appropriation be about six feet long and two feet wide. any person shall fail or refuse to pre- made and does hereby recommend the -- iimIiN'1 with sharp edged tlakes of form such work or build and construct same, that is that the sum of 15,000.00. Hint In use It Is dragged by oeu or said sidewalk or pavements for thirty be appropriated fot the purpose of iluiikf.- - over the corn spread out on g days after being notified of the order remodeling, repairing and the h.ird earthen thrashing flour, therefor, as herein provided, then City the two vaults and changing the loca the train and at the same time Council shall advertise and let such tion of the same in the Court House if iTiilsinu chopping up the straw. work to the lowest and best bidder. necessary for remodeling the cupola if Tliti'siim:: tlin- - is iliki- - by The advertisements herein required found tope neccessary; for remodeling liiMicn ami annuals. Hie tormer riding shall be by hand bills posted at five or aim repairing me circuit ourt Koom on the primitive implement mid the latmore public places within the City for and remodeling, repairing, and overat least ten days before the letting of hauling the Court House for the pur- ter gorging themselves with a hearty said work and by advertising in at pose of making :t neat anil comfortable licit, for in Cvpnis the ISiblicnl comleast two consecutive issues in any and to put in tile same a system of mand 'Thou -- ihiii not muzzle the ot weekly newspapers published in the heating and to put water trom the that treadeth out the corn." is still City of Lancaster. Ky., next before the Lancaster Water Works in the same. faithfully observed Although the govIt is therefore ordered and adjudged ernment offers to thrash by machine at letting of said work. Section o: That that portion of the by the Fiscal Court of Garrard Countv nominal cost, the conservative Cypriote West side of Stanford street in the Kentucky that at the Regular Election prefers the old method. He says that city of Lancaster, Ky., which begins at to be held in Garrard County on the the auimals will not rat machine chaffthe North edge of the property of J. A. third day of November li)14 an election and C. L. Conn and extends to nd in- shall be held and a poll shall be opened at ed straw, and tniw they must eat. Tor cludes the property of J. P. Prather which ail legal voters in Garrard County there is no hay in Cyprus. Wide World and Mrs. Julia A. Walker and children, shall be privileged to vote on the ques- Magazine. and also that portion of the North side tion; "Are you in favor of issuing of Richmond street, beginning with bonds, for the purpose of remodeling First Fiction Known. West edge of the property of the Bap- and repairing the Court House of The "Tale ot 1'ivu Hi others." written tist church and including the said church Garrard Countv Kentucky, for a sum 3."0O years ago oj the I'heh.-iscribe property and extending to and includ- not exceeding $15,000.00." Entiana. librarian ot the palace to King It is further ordered that an election ing the property of G. M. Patterson, I'tiarauli ot ending at the property of S. G. Hasel-de- be held and polls be opened at all the Merenptah. the supposed wort. f lie precincts in Garrard county and the KxoiIik. is the oiiicM Also that that portion of the East voting side of Campbell street beginning with the Sheriff of Garrard county be and lion extant The laie was WMlteu apparent! for the property of Mrs. C. D. Powell at he is hereby directed to advertise said the outer edge of the pavement extend- election and the objects thereof, for at the entertainment ot the crown prince ing on Richmond street and running to least 30 days next before thereof, in the who subsequently reigned as Set! II the property of J. H. Payne including Central Record, it being the news pa- His name appears m two places on the the property of Mrs. C. D. Powell and per having the largest circulation in said manuscript. proU-iiilthe only siirviv excluding the property of J. H. Payne Countv. and further advertise the same !ng autograph signatures of un Kgyp by printed hand bills, posted up at or and excluding the property of W. H King Collier and excluding the property of not less than four public places in each tian piece or antique liclion. written This voting precinct in Garrard County and W. T. West and excluding the property of J. L. Davis and including the prop- also at the Court House door, the Clerk on uiiieteen.sheets ot papyrus m a tiold erty of the Hopper Heirs (Lou Hopper, of the Court is ordered to furnish a hieratic hanil was purchased in Italj Ed Hopper and Jane Hopper) and ex- certified copy of the order to said Sher- I) .Mine d'Orlnnej. who sold it '.n IS17 cluding the property of James Turner iff. It is further ordered that if the to the authorities ot tile (trilisb inn and including the property of Hopper vote hereby ordered is in favor of said scum, where It is now known as the Heirs (Lou Hopper, Ed Hopper and bond issue, then the Fiscal Court will D'Orbiney pap.tr us Jane Hopper) and extending to the in obedience to said vote and under edge of the property of the L & N Chapter 52 Article 4 Kentucky Statutes Railroad Company and including the and the other Statutes relating to this property of the said Hopper Heirs, all subject issue bonds in any sum not ex of the same be paved with a concrete ceeding $15,000.00, for the purpose of pavement according to the plans, speci- repairing and remodeling the Court fications and requirements of the fore- House of Garrard County Kentucky going sections of this ordinance. The and to be issued upon such terms as to pavement or sidewalk along the proper- time or payment and to payment of ty of said J. A. and C. L. Conn. J. P. interest and sale of Bonds as the Court Prather. Mrs.. Julia A. Walker and in its discretion may deem best, but the children, to be nine feet wide. The bonds are not to be sold for less than Should be Engraved or pavement or sidewalk in front of the their face value or bear interest at a Baptist Church aud G. M. Patterson to greater rate than six per cent interest Embossed nowadays. be seven feet wide, and the pavement per annum from date until paid. or sidewalk along the property of Mrs. A true copy. It reflects good taste and C. D. Powell and same Hopper Heirs attest J. W. Hamilton. Clerk and the second property ot Hopper at once creates a favorable Garrard County Court. Heirs to be six feet wide. C. A. Robinson, Sheriff of Garrard Ce. The grade of the pavement on the impression. West side of Stanford street along the property of said J. A. and C. L. Conn, Suppose you come and see J. P. Prather and Julia Walker and the many beautiful samples children, to begin at the top edge of the stone step at the end of the pavewe have and get our prices. ment in front of the Garrard County BE BASHFUL Court House on said street and extend- t DON'T THl- ing a straight line to the top outer edge I Tell the Carrier That You ot the curb rock at the end of the brick .pavement in front of the property of Want the Paper and You Julia A. Walker and children. o Tt Will The grade of the pavement on the e North side of Richmond street along ORDINANCES G. M. 00000000009eVM0000400000M00o2 CARD S.I are you going to get a First Class WHERE Hair Cut and Shave Blocking Hair a Specialty. We are The old re i able barber on Richmond street. a, heretostaj. Henry Duncan. A. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. Good Service. Prices Right. 354-A. Phone Mi-o-- Lancaster, -- Kentucky. Dr. Wm. D. Prpr, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Rainey s I.ier Stable Lancaster. Kentucky --- V.. VT. Hlni.ei Morrow, (irntlt::.te Optisiau hllnl. s..t!s(ei ., miri-,r- t r and THE NEW Opposite Post Oilier iBarber Shop Bath In Connection. 3. E. Seale,Prog Fine l Cut Flowers For Every Occasion John M. McRoberts, W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon LANCASTER. KY. Oflice Phone o OHice Hours k. in to 12 Residence Phonv 3i0 OSur V. l.r uKt - h.- - Ip.ui lot r. u th lB- - U1. Phone CS. nt DENTIST. "Waltkb Lancaster Ky. M. over-haulin- sepa-nitin- u J. PATRICK. Dentist. Kentucky i t ii-- Paint Lick. !M. ; Ubbby asS WJ. fltaliir Hurt A. ( Coders Of Dental Surgery. OtTicr ' Mortiit- - ftinldtnfcuTei vn Ktirnllurr i LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Dlrectoi and Embalnier Office Phone 27. n. Residence Phere S LANCASTKR KY. Victor Boper! Co. Leading Manufacturing Jewelers&importers 133-13- 5 West Main St -:- Lexington, - Kentucky. New York, Brussels. Be.'Kirrr Personal Stationery TREES Strawberry Plants Fruitand Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. Everything for Orchard. Lajvn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Ages. " Rt Central Record. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky Nurserymen since 1841 1-- Pdgt! 8 nuuuuueOOPn r-r-.4 The Central Record, Thursday Oct 8, 1914. WAR HAS BEEN nrj-knext itmit rAKfllKKo LULUflM i r IN PRO- GRESS OVER TWO MONTHS Without a Decisive Victory. eoo 'lilt beading (ot lie exclu- tpnci of our farmer subscribers, and Is for lve the x!e of stuck grain mid sik'Ii limn: ou tbe 'urnier cannot So'd to adverfarm tise. 'o ii'itice Kill e eceited oer four ot tlic o isi. In line ind will 1 i'f The war between Germany and the allied forces of England and France has been in progress for sixty three I have about 75 bushels of good seed days, and as yet victory has not perched John M. Farra. rve for sale. upon the banner of either of the No decisive battle either by For Sale:-- 5 tons of good clean tim land or sea has as yet been fought. Fred Conn. othy hay. The battle in the north of trance con tinues with unabated violence, with For Sale: A good an around work I first one and then the other of the com- and driving mare. To east batants gaining vantage. Mrs. IdaTins'.ey. there seems to be a tendency to give Russia the better of the reports, but For Sale, there as in the west, the fighting i3 beOne two year old horse colt at John ing vigorously pursued. Heavy GerDotys' Marksbury, Ky.. colt is worth man reinforcements are being pushed $200' will take $100. through southern Belgium, headed for hope of Lost: Plain Gold Ring with initials the French frontier in the turning the tide of the long drawn out R A. L. on inside, between Dam ille battle which is still in progress. A Liberal reward if and Lancaster. spreading out of the activity of the office. to thu I Japf seems to be occasioning some un FOR SALE CHEAP-- A good Hoosier easiness, in that it is feared that they will extend their operationsin violation J. B. Woods, wheat drill. Paint Lick. Ky. of the integrity of China, or will otherwise violate the rights of other nations Fifty bushels of Little Red Clover They have landed troops on the island free of all weed seed, right from of Jasuit, one of the Marshall group in the Southern Pacific, in violation of Firasher made three bu. per acre. their voluntary agreement to confine T. T. Walker, their operations to the far east. Both Connersville, Ind.. R. R. No. C. the Austrian and French navy have Black, Red laid oO head of extra good mines in the Adriatic sea. Acand Roan yearling cattle for sale. tivities along all lines and at every G. A. Swinebroad, point continue, and the end of the con Lancaster, Ky. R. F. D. No. 2. flict is no nearer at sight than it was For Sai.e-- A fine combined filly, com- a month ago. .by son of Rex Pea-vinbined out ef a Wilks Bald Chief mare. Will tell reasonable or trade for fresh H. B. Northcott. cows. frtf ofciiHlfre part-icipent- s. ld e, COMMISSIONER'S Marcellus and my residence, Tuesday, a black leather-bac- k book. Finder please return to J. W. Sweeney. Lost Between -- SALE OF LAND. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. James j FOR SALE: A good Jersey cow. J. F. Higgins. For Rent: I desire to rent for the year 1915 about 135 acrc3 of land located about 3 miles from town on Buckeye road. A. W. Kavanaugh. LOST: Between Preachersville and Lancaster, last Saturday, a United States tire. 32 x 4. with rim attached, Please return to Record ollice, or Jones Anderson. Preachersville. Reward. For Sale A farm of 113 acres, five miles from Lancaster near Buckeye pike on good dirt road, stone house with with eight rooms, new tenant house on place with three rooms. 2 good tobacco barns. Good land for hemp, tobacco and all grain. If interested call on, Dave Anderson, R. F. D No. 3 Lancaster, Ky. Coarse and Fine. th- - nature the more tlnw will tt show through the clearing oi The best tnihgs Hre beldomesi it. seen In their nest form. The wllil grass grows well and strongly one 1. Hamilton, VS. Plaintiff. the June Term, 1914, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House Door in Lan- caster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock, A. AL, ' or thereabouts on MONDAY. OCTOBER, 26. 1914, it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term, the real estate " " oHowsl ' A. M. Miller, Defendant. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at The liner year with another. Out the wheat reason or Its greater nohlehet Ha ble to a bitter blight Trademarked. by my little brother Willie ever gets lost we ran easily Qnd dim.'" ald small "If Eloise. "How. pray?" queried the visitor. "He's got a strawberry trademark on bis right arm." was the reply Chicago News Healtn Recipe. man tiskt-i- l One time the poel Longfellow how i he nealthy, and this Is the Hnwer he rwTirwi1 Joy, temperance and rtjMii Slam the door on the dorter's me Lieutenant. The word "lieutenant" mean, liter-ill"holding the place." fhun n lien tenant colonel holds the piar or u jolon?!-- y, Located and being in Garrard County Ky., on Le vens lirancn and bounded as follows; Beginning at a stake on the S. E. bank of a drain hi line to Callie Pendleton's lot. and corner to thetwen-tj-liv- e acres sold to Marion llurt;thenc (by calls copied fiorn deed from Allen Ray to Robert Long with one fourth degree variation applied) S 261 W 95 litiKs to a stake in dram, corner to said Pendleton S 821 W 7 chains to a stake in or near head of a drain; thence down drain S 491 W fl.50 chains to a point at forks of drain, S 841 W 4.75 chains to a point at a stone fence in line to Jas. Simpson, with Simpson N 35 W 5.30 chains to a stake on hillside H or 9 feet of a beech, corner to Steve Walker and Lon Austin; with Austin N 241 E 5.75 chains to a stake 5 feet east of an elm. corner to same N 59$ W 8.95 chains to a sugar tree on North side of Levens Branch in line to proposed County Road i thence with line of said road (running new lines to Robert Long) S 69 E 3.90 chains S 54J E 60 links S 57J E 1 chain S 74i E 2.04 chains N 82 E 1 chain N 52J E 1 chain N 381 E 5 chains N 13 E 84 links to stone on- the West side of ' Levens Branch in center line of said County road in line to Rube Warren t and corner to Marion Hurt's 25 acres (said stone 1.61 chains S 39 W from a black walnut standing between road and creek); thence S 622 E, with Hurt (by actual survey) 17.75 chains to the I beginning, containing 19.87 acres by I deducting 25 acres fiom 44.87 acres the contents of the whole tract in the deed from Allen Ra to Robert Lorn;, being part of the same land conveyeu to Robert Long by Allen Ray by deed dated December 23, 1904,. and recorded in Deed Book 20. page 403. Garrard .County Clerk's Office, and also the same land conveyed by grantors herein to A. M. Miller by deed dated Novem- , ber 2, 1910 and recorded in Deed Book ! -- . page 416. Garraio County Clerks Office. Sf Backache Miss Myrtle Coihrum, of Russellvillc, Ala., says: "For nearly a year, I suf- fered with terrible backache, pains in my limbs, and my head ached nearly all the time. Our family doctor treated me, but only gave me temporary relief. I was certainly in bad health. My school teacher advised me to TAKE Tt.. 1ir.minUb TnnSn ine nuuidii i uum I took two bottles, in all, and wa cured. I shall always praise Cardui to sick and suffering women." Hyousutferfrom pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, backache, or other symptoms of womanly trouble, or if you merely ed atonic for that tired, nervous, worn-o- ut M5 ...-- . II The purpose of this sale is to pay the debt due James I. Hamilton as loliows: ' The sum of $692.20, with intrust at 6 per cent per annum from November 2, 1913. and the sum of $41.52. with inter- est at C per cent from November 2 1910; subject to a credit of $21.00 paid January 5. 1912. and the further sum , of $41.52 with interest at 6 per cent per annum from November 2 1911. and the sum of $41.52 with rnterest at 6per cent per annum from November 2 1912, until paid, and the estimated cost of this action amounting to $125.00. TERMS. The sale of the said land or sufficient amount thereof to satisfy the aforesaid indebtedness and cost will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price aue in six months, bearing six per cent interest from date until paid. navingine iorce ana effect of a judgmem upon wnicn execution mav issue payable to W. H. Brown. Master Com missicner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the land sold until all the purchasa money is paid. W. H. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. G. B. Swinebroad, Att'y for Plff. II Am. Bourne. Auctioneer. (r 4 WHY take chances with your fowl.? m lew Crops la tfmuas water kflls the dlseasalkehas and en- vents slclqjess.'iBna'Seo bottle mates gaiiou oi meoiooe.At arorosts, or sy mau. W paid. vamasia poultry'Soul- J Absolute and ooJdt death to the of iuiil' colds and fnfectioa.alsesesi A Bourbon Poultry Cur u DIM. stake at F. corner to lot thence with the same S 24 V to the beginning, and containing 23 acres of land. O- F(B) A tract of land on the waters of Poulterers should real!." ihat White Oak Creek beginning at a whit-o- ak it is easier ami nl-i- 'r 1" w.iich TO tree corner between Brogle 'and for the first symptoms of dN.-.isCROP STOCK & IMPLEMENTS Green thence an East course to branch or cttie It than it is to thence down said branch to the corner when it lias come. By F. A. M1TCHEL thence a west course to a stake in Having sold my farm, I will on The foe of the fowl N the inGreen's field thence South to the Prolonged Struggle Would Be A cr.v ject lice and mites. la acres, more or THURSDAY. OCTOBER 15th. 1914 less. Seecontaining page D. B. U. minute drop of oil of any kind 415. said office. Johnny Ormsby was walking ou the at my residence; two miles East of (C) A tract of """1 on White Oak puts an everlasting stopper on Financial Disaster. street one daj when he was nccosted Bryantaville on the Mt. Hebron pike. Creek beginning at the corner of lor. those snull but tormenting creaby a man. who said to him: ",v,sl0n tures. I'm- - a spray pump anil at 10 a. m. offer to the highest and thence . V 12 poles'andsa of Wm Hogan. to corner of "young man. would you like to make soak the henhouse thoroughly best bidder the following Stock, Crop N 90 poles to Pulliam's corner W some money?" BILLIONS HAVE BEEN SPENT and Farming Implements: At this time of year the chick1.32 poles to Brown's corner N 63 W "I certainly would." ens look ragged and dilapidated M E 76 PIes w 2 Polea N One pair large mules; 1 pair 2 year ??,0.VS "Give me your name and address." ami are in full malt They are 7A W.31 poIes N i w "JO poles N' 20 rid mules, well broke; 2 yearling mare v.7, Johnny gave both, and the stranger to the mouth often totally ueglinteil at this White Oak Nations Involved Believed to Have mules; 1 aged mule; 1 good.gentle fam- S 42 E?'s poles N a-- E of poles to a E 19S made a note of .them. 92 trying period when they ought Thought Conflict Would Be Com- ily horse; 1 yearling colt; 1 Jersey Cow corner of said lot No. 4 thence S to thtr j "Can you keep a secret?" to have the uio- -t careful attenparatively Brief Already Burdened 1 buggy, good as new, 2 sets buggy beginning containing 118 acres more or "I think I can." tion. "Well, here's a twenty dollar bill for ' With Old Debts of the Same Kind. harness. 1 set wagon harness; 1 set less. See Deed Book T, page 133. said It Is always in order lo clean office. you and a box. Take care of the box Their Industries Paralyzed. plow harness; 1 Deering Mower, good out the poultry house. It can (D) Tract of land on White Oak for me till I call for It and I'll give never be done too often or too 1 hay rake; 1 hill side Creek beginning at a white oak tree One of the most powerful elements as new; new you another $20. Don't you give the thoroughly. 1 slide and other ar- near a spring running N 13 W 72 poles to a white walnut and 2 sassafras trpes that is at work today for the settle- plow; box to any one else." Keep all the early hatched pulticles too numerous to mention. in Grants line thence S 87 E 57J poles Johnny made the required promise: ment of the gieat Kuropeau war is the lets and get them started to layAlso one-hainterest in 50 acres of to 3 dog woods and one beech, thence the man gave him the box and went appalling cost of the titanic conflict. ing as early as possible. in the heap, and one-hainterest S 13 E 72 poles to an ash and walnut his way. can lie only a matter of time until corn It " thence N 87 W Vl The transaction had taken place every one of the warring powers Is em- in 8 acres of tobacco in barn to be made ning, containing57J poles to the beginacres. than n minute, and Johnny barrassed financially. It is not assum- ready for the market. Terms made Book W page 44725t office. See Deed within less said was left looking after the man. who ing known on day of sale. (E) Tract of land on the waters of too much, says the Washington POULTRY HOUSE was walking away from him. Johnny White Oak creek, beginning at a beech J. W. VANARSDALE. Post, to say that each of the nations, was about eighteen, but not yet well and white oak stump Fugate's old lin? Capt. Am. Bourne, Auct. world, es- with Its great armament, belleied that thence N 1 W 92 poles toa stake thence versed FOR THE BACK YARD! pecially in the ways of the world, lie war, when it came, would be of brief S 88 W 73.8 poles to a stake; thence a of the commercial BOOKKEEPING poles to an ash stump thence thought at first he would open the box duration, that the stupendous cost and Business. Phonography S 89 W 50 poles to a stake in the cenof life wrought by at once, but conluded to take it to his the terrible TYPEWRITING and ter of a small branch; thence up th? would bring The only house that is suited for room. He was a country boy who had modern war machiiu-rTELEGRAPHY same with the central meanders therepoultry K one with a dry interior. No come to the city to find a Job and lived any conflict to a quick termination. WILBUR R. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE of S 56J E 14.44 poles; thence S 3S E lslrS Il0nsu one can succeed in keeping hens that! ln a The immense war appropriation of InuiTcntedtni Successor to ComsuroilColl'ga clIj.UmTenitj 11.3 poles; thence S 14 E 24 poles to a As soon as he was alone .lolinuy un or experience in mercantile stake in center of branch; thence N" S? ICl tile combatants, huge as they are. will mad Preeident has produce eggs if they are kept hi houses rolled the bill. and. true enough, it was PIes S'JS?S2u1ZS5Z SM.'r.SE ! ing91:03 acres 2 rods beginning mere bagatelle if the war is that have d.unp floors and therefore a twenty dollar note. Being pretty be onlv a an.1 b poles. See Deed Book U page damp Interiors or in houses that are j near out of money, it was very accept- -' prolonged. (U'ruiany at the oiit-- et apsaid office. France ou (F) A tract adjoining tha above, benot clean and thus more or less infect- able to him. Of course he wondered propriated $l.,,."tUl:t.0(;o. ginning at a stake corner above tract set aside mine than ed with insect vermin, says the Westwhy the man had hired him to the same thence in a northeast course to a sugar and the Uliii-- h parliament ern Poultry Journal. Whenever there take care of a box and was curious to tree near the top of the cliff of Kentucis dampness within a house the hens know what was in it. It was about an voted .r.0O.(. 110.1 '00. following thi- - up ky river, thence with the cliff to Richinch and a half square and covered subsequciitlx with smother appropriaard Cecil's line; thence with Cecil's line will suffer from eold, the lloors will be ncs- - tion of the same amount. Uu.-- i.i has to Jessie Casey's line; thence with filthy, the interior of tin house will be with blue plush. Opening It. there diamonds. not made known what she appropriCasey's line to line of above tract: tied a ring set with two unlit for the hens to lle in, and thence with said line to the beginning, j each as big as n large pea. ated, but it is safe to s.iy that the verniiu will grow (piickly under stu-containing 10 acre, more or less, serr Naturally Johnny was very much grand total of the Kuropean war funds j D. B. U. page 515 said office. conditions. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. astonished. Not being used to city voted by all the bellU'ereiits is near Lot 5. That tract of land containing Sunlight, freh air and perfect dry- ways, he uiu not reacu a conclusion 145 acres and was conveyed to Geo K. ness are essential for success in poul- that the thing had been stolen and the Several Kuropean experts in such Ruble bv Everett Cheatham Sept. H1 try keeping. They aie the surest reme- thier had found it best to get rid of it. matters have estimated that the war J. F. Cook & Co., Plaintiffs, 1905 D. B. 21 page 24 bounded thui : combatants $o0.000,-(Xag.iinst disease. The hens that What object could any one have in is now the dies VS. Beginning where the Hickman road have cal- G. H. Ruble, et al, a da j. Some are kept under such conditions are apt asking him to take care of property so Defendants, crosses White Oak on the west by 3a:d creek on the north and east by the lands to be profitable, whereas those that valuable? Johnny racked his brain for culated that it is costing France aloue and gave it up. There $20,0tX).0O daily. of J. A. Pulliam and heirs of W. S. n are kept under adverse conditions are some time, then J. H. Baughman, et al, on Poor (now Smalley). on the East by J. was a cornice in his room, and. standLoses Millions of Workers. Plaintiffs, S. Ison on the south by the Hickman ing upon his bureau, he put the propIndustry of every sort is hard hit and Harrodsburg road, containing 145 VS. Descending to erty on the cornice. by the withdrawal of the thousands, Defendants. acres. the floor, he was satisBed that it could and In this war millions of men are G. H. Ruble, et al. Lot No. on th- Pursuant to a judgment rendered at OaK creek 6 liesbounded waters of White be seen. Probably it was in about taken from the fields, shops and facnot Bethe June Term, 1914, the undersigned ginning at andstake B as followsi the n place as it could be put. as safe a to Johnny lived tories and placed in uniform to shoot Commissioner will sell at public auction dower of Mrs. Elizabeth cornerwidow of Not tiudlng a position. Poor each other. Such producing power as before the Court House Door in Lanon the 20 that had been given him. William L. Poor, deceased, thence N remains is utilized in making the ma- caster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock, A. M. 201 W 29$ poles to a stake come: to When it was all gone be began to get terials of war, arms, ammunition, or thereabouts, on said dower, thence S 78 W IS poles to hungry. The longer he went without clothing and food for the armies. D. corner to dower and lot No. 2 in the MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1914, eating the weaker he became. At last 8n France the official estimate of the division of W. L. Poor's estate thence he topk to his bed. rental value of private structures, it being the first day of the Garrard S 72J W 84 poles to a stake corOne day there were sounds of foothomes, stores, mills, hotels and the like County Court Term, the following real ner to lot No. 2, in said division, steps coming up the stairs and a rap $70S.000.O0Onnnually. If. there- estaU which is bounded and des- thence S 22 E 44 poles to a Gum Black said "Come in" is about cribed as follows; Nine tracts of at Johnny' door. He fore, .$20,000,000 a day Is required for land in Garrard County, Kentucky, ad- Oak, thence N 58 E 79 poles tc the beginning, oontaining 25 acres. so faintly that he was not heard, but the French army now in the field, the joining and contigious to each other Tract No. 7. is bounUed as follows : this made no difference to his callers, value of the reutaU of the nation for bounded. beginning at a stake near a Gum tree for they entered anyway, a well dress- a whole year was licked up in thirty-si- x and thus No. 1. Being Tract tract inherited by thence S 58 W 27.3 poles to a stake in ed gentleman and a policeman. The ilouble decked back yard henKate Ruble from her father Jas. G. Asa Brown's line, thence NJ E 4J poldays. coop here r produced from Country "Are yon John Ormsby?" asked the Poor being lot No, 1 in the divisiun of es to a stake corner to Elizabeth" Jane Debts From Past Wars. Centleman is four feet wide by gentleman. said Poor's teal estate. Said division Poor, E 19 eis;ht feet Ion?, six feet in front Already the older countries of Eu- having been made in 1876 and the same 77J E thence N 86 stake poles thence N "Yes. sir." 9 poles to a in the line of and five feet in the rear. The nests some time ago give you rope stagger under enormous debts in- is recorded in Garrard County Court J. H. Dickerson, thence S 2J E 18.4 "Did a man are under the droppings boards on ring to curred in similar manner in previous Clerk's Office in D. B. 2, page 478 and poles to the beginning, containing 5 upper floor, and cers are gaththe a box containing a diamond ered through the door in the rear. acres, 1 rood 37 poles. wars. France bears, the heaviest bur- described as follows; keep?" Allowing four square feet a bird, Beginning at a stone corner to same Tract No. 8, also lies in Garrard Co. den of public debt, amounting to about "Yes." this w ill accommodate sixteen birds. parcel to lot No 2insaiddivision. thence on the waters of Kentucky River, beOreat Dritain coram $Gtfo0.fXX).000. In cold leather the doors on the "Well. I want It." N 81 W 2J poles to a stake corner to ginning at a stake D corner to dower left are covered with muslin, and In "He told me to give It to no ou" lint next, with about dower; thence with the dower line S set ere cold a burlap roost curtain The debt of the Cermau empire is 30i W 25 poles to a white oak; thence in the original division of the landed Mm." estate of Wm. S. Poor, and also corner is used at night. "Oh. he did. did be? Well, joung only a little more than $1,000,000,000. S 10J E 51i poles to a stone corner to to tract No. 1. in said division, thence roan, that ring was stolen. The man but this is because the empire Is only dower, thence S 71J W 341 Poles to a N 12 E 4J poles to E corner to dower years old. and the Im- stone corner, thence N 30J W 37J poles and lot No. 5, thence N 24 E 67i polea sure to prove a disappointment and a bss been arrested for othr thefts and about forty-fiv- e mense debts of Its component parts are to a stone corner to mown, thence N to F corner to lot No. 3, thence to two failure so far as egg production is con- t secure immunity has agreed to IJ W 161 poles to a gate post corner to white oaks at G. thence S 12 W 10 polevorv article lie has taken. He still borne by the separate states. cerned. has a debt of about $1. Dickerson, thence S 74J W 11 poles to es to a stake corner to lot No. 1 at H. me to come to you and get the .shape or size of the buildThe style, told a stone corner to second parcel or lot thence with the same N 62J E 84 pole 000.000.COO. ing is of least iiiiHrtniice. no matter ring." No Z, the beginning, containing 41 acres. According to the most available fig- II? W thence with the line of same S to uemg "I don't know what lie told you." 34.84 poles to the beginning. it of what kind Mr character the house in lot Mo 2 in said division. ures, the annual debt charges of containing 261 acres. twenty which hens- - may be kept. They will said Johnny "He gave me Lots Nos. b. 7 and 8 are the same Tract No. 2. Being a part of the di- tracts of land sold by Jas. H. Smalley not be a smtrss unless the sun can dollar bill to take care of the property France amount to $Z..00l 1.000: Oreat Austria-Hungarvision of the lands of Jas. G. Poor set and wife to G H. Ruble on Sept. 14. shine into the interior of the house and said 1 was to give It to tio one Britain. $120,000,000; 60,000,000. and the- German empire. apart to the widow as her dower and 1910. by deed D. B. 26 page 335. said i lear to the remote corners during the but btrn." one half undivided interest in the said Clerks office. "Come off. young man." said the po- ?62,000.000. winter, and in addition coldest days-o- f Tract No. 9. beeinnine at the North The uatloual debt of Uussi.i amounts tract inherited bv the said Kate Ruble proper ventilation. Prop- liceman. "You can't make th gentlethere must be from her father Jas G. Poor, at the edge of the County road, leading from you're so green as all to about $4..rK0,000.000. on which the death of his widow and the said Kate the Uanville, Lancaster and Nicholas-vill- e er ventilation means that there shall man believe annual charges amount to some Ruble purchased the one half interest i.e sutiicieiit air and sun to keep the that" pike Mt. Olivet church but. unlike- - the other great of lot owned by her from Jennie Ruble, corner to and the "Why are you lying la bed?" asked Mrs. Lane, thence along the interior of tfw lions-.-- perfectly dry powers. Russia's debt was not entirely deed dated Dec. 14, 1895, D. B. 14, page west side of another road but excludx'liil free from M;sonous odors and the gentleman. "Are you sick?" "No. I haven't had anything to eat incurred buying powder and ball, but 91. Garrard County Court Clerk's office. ing the same N 1SJ vV 4.20 chains to a fiom drafts, for. white the hens can represents to a large- extent productive Said tract is bounded as follows:- stone at the northwest side of ad live and pio-jxin the most extreme for several days." Begtnning at a "What's become of th money the works, like the Trstnsslberian railway the branch corner stake near an elm on road, thence still with the west side of type of opem front house, they cannot to David Scott, thence said road N 32J E 16.62 chains to a and similar undertakings. do so in the- most medium type of man gave you?" up sard branch with its meanders S 40 stake corner to Logan Scott, thence "AH gone for food." open front ltne where dampness and E 16 poles S 3J E 15i poles S 331 W with his line N 88 W 70.80 chains to a "Have you got the ring?" tilth prevail. ENORMOUS COST OF NAVIES. 23.30 poles to a slake; thence S 20J W stake in his line corner to Fletcher 17.60 poles to a stake corner to Ison, Ison; thence with his line S 30J V "Yes." The gentleman looked at the boy in Powers Spent $925,790,000 This Year thence S 5 W 80 poles to a white oak 13 61 chains to a stake corner to Ison; Points; af a Profitable Hen. corner to King, thence S 771 W 3 poles thence N 87J W 10.70 chains to a stone wonder. "Why didn't you get some j and $546,160,000 In 1905. to a stone corner to Ison, thence N 301 corner to said Ison and to George RubIf the comb of the hen is plump aild money for it .' The British admiralty has IsMied a W 751 poles to a stone corner to lot No le; thence S 2J W along the east side red and tli face arid wattles of a "S don't o'.i it." which shows the great 1 in said division of Jas. G. Poor land, of the road 8.33 chains to the middle of "White Paper" bright color It Is a sood sign that she The gentleman looked at the police- growth of expenditure in naval arma-- I thence N 74J E 34.12 poles to a stone the afore said county road; thence with is in health- ami laying condition. returned the merits in the man: the policeman decade A compari corner to lot No 1, thence S 81 E 20 the said County road with its m"andor3 If confined at such n time she v. ill glance. "He is a greenhorn and son or expeiunttire in i:.' aim 151 14 poles to the beginning, containing 25 to th beginning, containing 21.8 acres .how great restlessness, wonderful acacres. conveyed to George Ruole by C. T. said the latter shows the following figures: tivity a rut lie futl of business when at Tract No. 3, Being a portion of the Detreitch and wife by deed dated Dec. "Do you mean to tell me." asked the lncrt-ase- . 191 L 1905. Jennie Ruble from 17. 1912. D. B. 29, page 345. said on the alert at gentleman, "that you're lying here liberty. She will be land inheritated by 13.103.000 Britain .... 37.t590M G. Poor, every sound or motion. starving with a diamond ring worth Franco .... 12.OS.000 23.Si7.UOi 12.719.000 her father Jas.D. B. 14, and by deed of clerks office. page 91, said Said tracts of land lie together, ad On tlie-- other hand, if the comb ap- S500 in your possession?" I3.T3;,000 record now in M.H9.000 12.293.0fl0 Kussia office, dated Dec. 14. 1895, conveyed joining and used a3 one large farm. Germany .. 11.300.000 23.154.090 1T.M4.0U0 pears .shriveled or the edges of the "That's about It. sir." this tract of land to Kate Ruble and contaiding oiO acres of land, more or a.273.10'1 10.212,000 LUH0.0OJ Italy comb and wattles are of a purplish "Well, here's a dollar: go get some- Austria .... 3.S39.000 S5C9.CHX) same is bounded as follows: Beginning It. ss. 7.10C red she will be listless, sleepy ami thing to cat. but first give me the U'tM States 21.445.000 5,8SG,KH 30.331.000 at a stake near an elm tree on the The purpose of the sale of the real 7.G3G.0OO 10.024.000 2.3SS.000 sluggish in her movements. Japan branch corner to dower in the said di- property is to satisfy the debt of J. H. ring." vision, thence with said road N 81 W Baughman, which amounts to, including In such : case she Is out of condition "I couldn't give 5t to any one except Total JC73.9aj.P0O 1S5.15S.000 109.32.000 171 poles to a stake corner to David and is either sick or likely to be be- the man that left it with me." to Aug 24. 1914 15.601.-0- 0 The personnel of the navies of the Scott, thence S 11 W 37.60 poles to the and the debt of the Farmers National fore very long. bother with him. sir: I'll run "Don't beginning, containing 3 acres. The Bank, of Danville, Ky., amounting to great powers now at war is giveu as him In." said the cop. year: Britain. above three tracts containing in all 56 including interest $2,050 to said date "No. you won't. I know an honest follows for the current Meat Rations For Hens. the debt of the Nicholasville Lum151,000; France. 00,000: Russia. 51K427: acres. No 4. Being a tract of 231 acres ber Company, amounting to 5U27.77 to Tract The effect of meat rations for hens face when I see one. Take the cab Germany. 70,000: Austria. 23.000: Jaof land on the waters of White Oak said date, S. Evans & Company's to the jail and bring the crook here was tested at the West Virginia ex pan. no.000. Of powers not at wnr the Creek, and being the same conveyed to "eriment station, where one pen of I'll wait for yon." navy of the United Kate Ruble by Z. T. Ison and wife Jan debt amounting to 309.52 to said date, debt of Charles Deitrich amountWithin half an hour the man who personnel of the fowls received n ration large! of States is i7.00 and of Italy 40.000. 1. lBSb, aeea recoraea u. u. 14. page ing to $394.35 to said date. J. F. and other starchy grains, while an- had Intrusted Johnny with the ring 92, said clerk s office, described as fol Cook & Company's debt, amounting to 'other ien was fed partly on meat and appeared In care of the op and told lows, said tract composed of five sepr $560.80 to said date, debt of Joseph Stumping by Aeroplane. ?, or tana, same fresh bone. The meat fed fowls laid Johnny to give It to the gentleman. Campaigning in an aeroplane Is one , erate tracts by John W. Poorwnicn was C. VanMeter amounting to $143.10 to "Not till I get the other $20 you inheritated from his said date. W. B. Hatchett's debt 7.r.Vi eggs, while the grain fed fowl-ia- id In of the latest novelties promised me." said Johnny. father's estate known as Lot No. 8 in amounting to $464.85 to said date, n ".4:51. or les than one-haThere was a burst of laughter, and stumping in Massachusetts, A. rlatt :n the division of the lnirin nt W S and the probable cost of this action many as those receiving the nitrog Andrew, pandidate against Congress- Poor containing 23 acres amounting to $400. enoiis ration. The eggs from the the owner of the ring produced the No. 2. The same that was conveyed for the Republican nomSaid real estate will be offered in meat fed fowls were larger, much money, and Johnny told them where man Gardner congress, made ifrrange-ment- s by Martha Bright to John W. Poor seperate parcels and then as a whole ination for finrer. rather better and produced fn to look for the ring. containing 13 acres. and the bid or bids realizing the largest to sail In it biplane, piloted by John Ormsby was taken into the emmore vigorous chickens than those No. 3. The same conveyed to John will be ploy of the owner of the ring and :cjw Clifford Webster, from one town to an- W. Poor by Jas W. .Ballard containing sum will be accepted. The sale the others. Both lots of fowls rerr.a'n-emade on a credit of six and twelve other throughout the district. has charge of all hi securities. In a healthy, rigorous condition lis acres. same months and the purchaser or purchasNo. 4. The that was conveyed ers will be recurred to execute bonds to John W. Poor by Brown and others rwith approved security for the pur Why Not Publish It. containing 251 acres. chase price aue in six ana twelve The same imtta ift-- r date, bearing interest at Toned Up Wfaale Systea. When you wmi a fact to become to No. 5. W. Poor bythat was cxmvgyed Benjanfin "Bwyflen bix per cent per annum from date until John generally known, the right way is to and containing 52 acres. paid, said bonds having the force and "Chamberlain's Tablets have done I herein referred to effect of a judgment upon which exej more for me than I ever dared hope publisht. Mrs. Joseph Kalians, Peru asThe tract of land 231 acres I tract No. 4 of is Itaon cution may issue, payable to W. H. Ind. was troubled with belching, sour ' for," writes Mrs. Esther Mae Baker, . u m. - specifically described thus:? i, , j BrownMaster Corrjmiisioner of the For Infants and Children. N. Y. "I used several I Spencerport, ITractA.) Beginning afatUke at Garraid-Circui-t nfCeurtw'and allien will my -ll writes, to No. 2; Ibefece rhs Kifld Yom Have Mways Btight , bottles of these tablets a. few months what Chamberlain's Tablets have dan-- dower N 86 Elot poles to aSpck'm with be reserred upon ti4rtt)spertk sold un21 tJie til all tKeLpurehasa$prtey fa paid. ago. They not only cored me of bilious sm-19 Jhey have helped my I Bears the attacks, sick headaches and that tired for me. Teeulated my boweta. W- - H."BROWN, M. c'. G. c.gV tion and Cm lout feeling, but toned up my whole usirg-tberSignature of H12E I havebeen entirely wqlV' US poles loa take;it 2rthericr' W 45 Capt.Am Bourne, Auct. system." For sale by all dealers. for saie oy an aeaiers. POULTRY GOSSIP. WAR'S HUGE COST A Greenhorn PUBLIC 2-- 3 SALE. JNO. poles to a - e SPEEO PEACE - Fu-ga- te I two-hor- lf lf lo-,- s I ! I COMMISSIONER'S I In-e- ct SALE OF LAND. I co-ti- cross-petitio- Is ;I1;hIi i Austria-- Hungary 11 - $207.-000.00- 0; er - i - I - 1 lf d -- CASTOR A Z; T7 ? uj..i jTTTiT . ..,, ir m&y. s . ' M. . tAJ. i f "."Tr-V LX'J --af b-r- ;