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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 15, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914101501_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 15, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT k TWENTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 15, 1914. ATTENDING 1. NUMBER 2S. 0. 0. F. QUARTERLY COURT. AMERICAN ROAD CONGRESS! TO MEET GRAND LODGE. We have a full line of .lamps H. Dalton and D. T. Brummett are in Frankfort this week attending the I. O. O. F. Grand Lodge which is in session in that city as representatives from the local lodge. Mpssr Judge Arnold held his regular October term of the Garrard Quarterly Court on Tuesday. A few cases of minor importance where small amounts were involved were disposed of. Gpl iDiOirlinEOTrS m - - IN ATLANTA COMMITTEE MEETING. Nov. 9th, 1914. Cooking and Heating azsitrs Stoves EMBSSSa JMMafifiWSWWS Also a full line of FARMING MACHINES and Hardware. A There will be a meeting of the DemPostmaster General Burleson takes a ocratic campaign committee next Saturday afternoon at two o'clock at the deep interest in road improvement and nas accepted STRAIGHT HEATS. Court House. Every member of this the Fourth an invitation to address American Road Congress. important committee should be present which will be in session in Atlanta Ga., The Boston National League team during the week of November 9. defeated the Philadelphia Athletics AUTO LICENSE BOARD. Ihe Postmaster General, commenting American League Team tor the The State Board of Examiners for on the subject, said: championship of the World's Series. "I feel that the American Road ConBoston beat Philadelphia four straight chauffeurs and demonstrators will hold examination for licenses at the Central gress in Atlanta will be dealing with a ffames. Record building this afternoon. All subject paramount in its importance to who wish to take this examination, the American people and I trU3t that REAL ESTATE the men who are in a position to forshould be on hand by two o'clock. ward the movement for better roads CHANGES HANDS. will attend this great annual meeting. STONE. The impression seems to be quite genMessrs L. L. and Green Clay Walker have purchased of Mr. R. H. Batson Information has been received by eral that the way to further the good his two store rooms on the north side Lancaster relatives of the death of a roads movement is to get more money of the public square for $6,800. One of former 'resident of this nlace. Mrs. and still more money appropriated. While we could no donbt spend larger the rooms is now occupied by Mr. Robert Stone. The deceased died of Moore, who purchased Mr. Batson's cancer at her home in Huntington. W. sums to advantage, our most pressing stock, and the other one is vacant, but Va., at the age of 52 vears. Besides need is to place the administration ot the Messrs Walker say they have her husband. 2 daughters and a son, our present great outlay, estimated at several applications to rent it and that she leaves 2 brothers, Messrs Frank notless than $205,000,000, on a sound it will not long remain without a tenant. and Cronley Broaddus of this county, business basis. We should annlv to the William Broaddus of Louisville and Rev management of the public roads the Thomas Broaddus of Wichita Kansas, same sort of common sense that is ap WATER WORKS AGAIN and 2 sisters of Oklahoma. The de- plied in the management of other busi ceased was an active and consistent ness enterprises, or. in other word., we IN OPERATION. member of the Christian chutch for should employ a sufficient number of The repairs have been finished at the many years and a most loyal worker of skilled, qualified men. provide them water works plant and the, plant is the W. C. T. U. The remains will be with necessary assistance and equip again in operation, the water being brought here to her old home for inter- ment, place at their disposal sufficient turned on Saturday night. During the ment in the Lancaster Cemetery this, funds, and hold them lesnonsible for break the town experienced considerable Thursday, afternoon at 2 o'clock. results. This would be vastly better inconvenience, not only for want of Services at the grave by Rev, F. M. than our present svstem of denendinc upon tens of thousands of road officials the water, but the lighting plant was Tieder. whose knowledge of road building, if it compelled to shut down at an early exists at all. is incidental of some other hour and the city was in darkness for occupation." the better part of each night. BOSTON WINS IN & Hard- - I m-- . ware TINWARE and PLUMBING ISb 13 i IrH. Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE. LATEST NEWS Monday. gjBrajjBreWi;S73Ji 3E 1 1 fpfgJgfgMfg IHfSilf5JlirEig(g 1 IE BROWN PROPERTY WITHDRAWN The handsome suburban home of Mr. R. S. Brown which was offered at public auction on last Saturday afternoon, was withdrawn, Mr. Brown not being willing to take the highest price offered which was $7,000. The property is still for sale privately and is one of the handsomest homes about Lancaster, and can be bought well worth the money by anyone desiring such a home. FROM SEAT OF WAR. If you want bargains come to the closing out sale at Moore3. The Baptist Ladies Aid Socity will serve dinner at the court house, court day. Come and get a good dinner and help the Society. IE sczams! LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. $15. Suits $7.00 GRADE YOUR HOUSE-BURNE- D TOBACCO. at Moore's. Mr. W, A. Speith. the best judge of tobacco and one of the best buyers of the popular 'weed ever in Garrard, states that there is some complaint about houseburn tobacco in the county and says that the farmers should use every precaution in grading carefully all that is houseburned and put to itself. This i3 very important advice and the farmers of the county should heed it. Don't spoil a good crop by trying to hide some inferior grades with your better quality Grade your tobacco carefully, and you will be rewarded in the end by better prices. MR. ROBINSON IMPROVING. Please hand us that $ Come to Moores closing out sale. Mr. John C. Robinson, who has been confined in the Danville Hospital suffering with tvphoid fever, is reported as very much better todav, and his friends here hope for his speedy recovery. Mr. Robinson is a brother of Fruits of every variety at Zimmers. the Editor of this paper. Who ever saw more copious rains in October. Things are selling cheapat Moores. The watering trough on the square is sadly in need of repair. FAR FROM HOME. A young Roumanian came to Lancaster last week and is with Mr. R. Zimmer Hamburg-- Score of bombs dropped on house tops of Paris and three civilians are killed and several injured. Antwerp falls before the great guns of the Germans, and 20,000 prisoners are taken. The city will be served as a sea base for the Prussian campaign against England. The capital moved to Ostend and Kaiser's army marching rapidly toward the temporary capitol, with the hope of capturing the King and Queen of Belgium. Germany is demanding $125,000,000 as a war indemnity from Antwerp. The fall of Antwerp may prolong the war, is the opinion of French officials. The Germans will fortify the forts and use them as a base for Zeppelin attacks against the British coast. From the far East the Japanese report that they have silenced Ft. litis, at Kiau-Chaand otherwise are gaining gronnd on the Germans The Turks are strongly fortifying various places in Palestine, Syria and North Arabia. Russia claims sweeping victory over Germans; while Austria reports defeats of Czar's forces. Defenders of Belgrade still resist, though half the city has been destroyed TUESDAY. On October 11th the Rnssian armored I am now ready with a full :e a line of NEW PROPERTY LIST. fffillineri, JSczdies Suits "Whatis tobacco going to bejworth?" at the Kengarlan. The young man had EDITOR'S "KERSHAW" is an ott heard question. Who can been a fireman on one of the big liners until the war answer it. BADLY BEATEN. broke out and left him stranded in New Our fishermen certainly had good York. He has a brother at Stone, Several Kershaws brought to the luck, they always do, according to Pike county Ky., and in an endeavor to Record office make the Editor's protheir own statements. reach him, he reached Lancaster. He duction look like a Shetland pony at a The rains of the past few daye 4have was out of funds, Lut Mr. J. 0. Bogie Percheron Norman show. Mr. W. O. American caused a temporary lull in corn cutting gave him work on the roads and he is making a splendid hand. The voung which was in full blast. man cannot speak English and German From the exhibit in the Record win- but imperfectly. dow, one would judge this was a splendid year for "kershaws." NUISANCE. Farmers are making herculean efThe bootblacking stands which are forts against house burn in tobacco conducted on the public square on Sunand it will be held dowr to the day morning are considerably more of a nuisance than an accommodation. At The Baptist Ladies Aid Society will least a dozen half grown colored boys have an exchange at W. B. Ball store congregate about each stand, scuffle, Your Jpatronage make a vast amount of Saturday Oct. 17th. noise, and bewill be appreciated. sides desecrating the Sabbath, make it impossible for people living close to the The stand pipe is being repainted square to enjoy Sunday mornings and thoroughly cleaned, inside and out, rest. Unless their these stands are conseveral feet of water has been added ducted in a more orderly manner, it to the already good supply in the lake, would be well to pass an ordinance the boilers are repaired and the water prohibiting the conducting of them on works is again in good condition. the Sabbath. From the vast number of idle boy3, both white and colored, loafing about SOME TOBACCO THIS. the street, creating a lot of unwonted noise and confusion, one would infer Mr. R. C. Pepper, who appears to be there was either no work to be had, or a, tobacco raiser from the old school, that the city had no vagrancy law upon had on exhibition in Stanford last Monday the tallest stalk of tobacco ever its statute books. seen in these; "diggins." By actual measurement it was ten feet from root HELD TO GRAND JURY. to top. He was also exhibiting 110 Howard Walker who was tried before leaves of fine texture that had been Judge C. A. Arnold on last Friday, pulled from this mammoth stalk. It charged with cutting Henry Teater, was of the "standing up burley type" was held to await the action of the and Mr Pepper states that he has in 20 November grand jury, until which acres that will average in height about time he gave bond for his appearance. six feet over the entire crop. Mr Pepper is a nephew of Mr A. H. FISHERMEN RETURN. Bastin of this city and his father is THE considered one of the best tobacco raisMessrs. J. Rockwell Smith, Fred ers in the "Blue Grass. His worthy Frisbie, John M. Farra and R. L. Elkin, son has proven that he is a chip off the who have "been enjoying a fishing trip old block. Thetobacco was raised on to Rockcastle and Cumberland rivers, the farm of MrrJ. F. Cook. returned last Sa'tarday They report Up to date line of 'collars and shirks splendid success and say they caught by actualcourft, 205' fish, the majority of just received at' the new flrnf: '"fit' Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. them baing bass. A Rigney brought two specimens weighing 47 and 49 pounds respectively, while Mr. William Blanks brought one Mr. Robinson weighing 382 pounds. claims that while they have him beat as to size, that they are not in it with him as to beauty and symmetry, and Byron Patterson who works for Mr. Robinson claims that Ernest Doty, who is Mr. Rigney's factotum, plugged Mr. Rigney's vegetables and that thev contained an old axe, and various kinds of scrap iron, as well as a goodly amount of sand. The entries are still open. Bring on your exhibit. Mr. N. J. Gosnev also brought in a couple of turnips weighing 4 pounds each, and we are now conducting a turnip contest in connection with the kershaw show. PAY YOUR WATER DUES OR YOUR WATER WILL BE CUT OFF. The money for the use of the city water is due, not only for this vear.but many are owing considerable amounts for back water rates. This money must be paid without further delay. The City Council has giver, me peremptory instructions to collect all outstanding water rent, and upon the failure of delinquents to pay, to enforce the provisions-of the law provided in such instances, which is the cutting off of the water. When the water is once cut off the law requires me to collect a fee of $2.00 before again turning it on. I have been very indulgent in this regard, and be compelled to ask all in arrears to come forward and settle without further delay. L. E. Herron. M. C. L. It Big sale every day next week Moore's. , I at cruiser Pallrda was torpedoed " in the Baltic sea by a German submarine and sank immediately, with her crew of 568 men. The Russias in Galicia are being pursued by Austria :German troops and many towns which a few day3 ago were in the hands of the Russians are again under Austrian administration. Official statements from Berlin state that an enormous amount of provision captured when Antwerp fell before the German onslaught. French reports state that the Allies have gained ground at many points and have not lost ground at any point, and that violent attacks have occured along the front in Northern France. England has lowered the standard for her infantry and an appeal has been made for more recruits Earl Curzon, former Vicproy of India, predicts a long war and says the taking of Antwerp was a deliberate plan of the Germans. Germans have taken possession of the Belgium town of Ghent. The whereabouts of the King and Queen of Belgium is unknown. WEDNESDAY. Sweeping west and north from Antwerp the Germans are" said to have taken Ghent and threaten Ostend to snch an extent that the British consul there has turned over his affairs to the American legation. It is believed that the Germans intend to occupy all Belgium in order to strenghten that country for operations against England. Reports from the eastern theater of war are very contradictory and nothing definite learned today. The entire official family of Belgium with the exception of King Albert and his minister of war have moved to the French seaport, Havre and will attempt to carry on its business from that point. The Germans are making immese preparations with large surge gum and ad aerial fleet to go into action against England from the Belgium seaport. Belgian flags are ordered removed from houses in Antwerp and the officials of that city aremade to swear allegiance to the German empire. Purchasers get the benefit of our 10 years experience in the business. Look for other bargains listed in next issue. Owners of farms who want to sell should see us at once. 270 acres of land, located near Coy on Kentucky river. In high state of culti vation, 105 acres in grass, 85 acres in bottom land producing corn every year at shipping poir.t on river, large, spien did residence, store room and other necessary out buildings. This farm produces well and is one ot the best bargains on our list. Price $75.00 per acre. 176 acres within one mile of Paint Lick on L & N R. R. with good im provements, land lies well and is fertile within mile of graded school. Worth the money asked $105 per acre. 85J acres of land on pike i mile from good village 9 miles from Lancaster, first class land, good improvements, 10 room dwelling, well watered. In the famous "Camp Dick Robinson" section. Price $125.00 per acre. Three cottages at the low prices, $1800., 200 2000. and$2100. 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. "ii IE S Brown. 3d 3E NOW Is The To Buy An Time acres good 'and, near Bryantsville well improved, large tobacco barn. If you want a money maker see this farm. $70. per acre. No 491. 185 acres of high class land, 2 miles out. 2 large tobscco barns, per acre, $120. 493. Cottage and 56 acres of fertele land, large tobacco barm, all but 9 acres in grass, on pike in one mile of Lancaster. Price $120. per acre. No 494. Several pieces of splendid city property for sale. 496. 100 acres of land, i mile from Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles from Lancaster, good improvements, large tobacco barn, well worth the price of $100. per acre. 497. 222 acres of fine land near Lancaster & Lexington pike, splendid improvements, at $90. per acre, 498. 63 acres, improved, near Paint Lick Graded School at $95. per acre. 499. 73J acres'of rich land, right on pike, well improved, 2 miles of Lancaster, priced at $120. per acre and is worth it. No 501. 45 acres, new house on pike, near Bryantsville. Price $4,000.00. No 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from town limits of Lancaster on Lexington Avenue, unimproved, beautiful bonding sites, a bargain at $150. per acre. 503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile from pike, fertile land, highly improved lies well, splendid water, susceptible of division into two or three farms. $95. per acre. 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from Lancaster, large tobacco barri.one other. beautiful level building site fronting pike. $110. per acra. OLD HICKORY xmt lm Ij JjBff B mstl w m xm KM Mm jMmt They run lighter and fast longer and the prices- are right. Call and see me before buying. - For further particulars write or call on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real tate men. Lancaster, Ky. es- W. J. ROMANS .Hat-3sy S? ? .A Page 2 What Would You Do? The Central Record, Thursday Oct 15 1914. FALLING HAIR OR JERSEY Miss Josephine Carpenter is the guest Jno. Boner of Hanley and Mr. Becker of her sister, Mrs. Homer Carpenter at of Bryantsville spent Friday with Mr. There are many times when one man T. O. Chesnut and family. Shelbyville. . questions another's actions and motives-Woods is the Air. John W. Simpson died at his Mrs. Susan Fisher ITCHING SCALP Men act differently under different cir guest of her sister, Mrs. Sanford Allen home of heart trouble Oct. 11, 1914 cumstances. The question is, what Surely Cease When You Use Parisian at Millersburgl age 6o. His death coming just at this would vou do ritrlit now if vou had a Miss Lyle Cooper delightfully enter- - time was a great shock to his friend3 Sage Makes Your Hair Soft and severe cold? Could vou do better than tained the Dixie Rook Club last Thurs- - j altho it had been expected for some to take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy? time. Having been a resident of this day afternoon. Fluffy. It is highly recommended by people had m, m h,. i,Mn .nnfinPa:nimunity fur a number of years who who have used it for years and know Now that Parisian Sage a scientific to her room for several days on ac- ' gathered himself a host of friends its value. Mrs. 0. E. Sargent, Peru, preparation .deplore his death. Just about 6 months that supplies every hair and Ind, says, "Chamberlain's Cough Rem- scalp need can be had at any drug count of illness. ago he was proceeded to the Great Miss Jennie Hocker is the guest of Beyond by his wife, Mrs. Mollie Phillips edy is worth its weight in gold and 1 counter, or from R. E. McRoberts, it Mrs. W. F. Smith and Mrs. W. T. Simpson. The home indeed has been take pleasure in recommending it." is certainly needless to have thin brittle, Ward of Lexington. For sale by all dealers. I made desolate for the two remaining No matted, stringy or faded hair. Mrs. E. J. Howenstiue and baby members of the family Misses Elizabeth matter how unsightly your hair, how ' badly it is falling, or how much dand- are visiting relatives and friends at and Lula Simpson to whom the heart GREAT BARGAIN of the community goas out in sympathy ruff, Parisian Sage is all that is needed. Bellefontaine, Ohio. Mrs. Russell Brown of Lancaster in this dark hour of sorrow. On MonEvery trace of dandruff is removed Lexington Daily and Sunday Leader Four with one application, the hair roots are spent several days last week with Dr. day at 10 o'clock a short funeral ser(fTCT jnatoMLTE? 'BBBBBBBBB. vice was conducted by Rev. Tinder and U nourished and stimulated to grow new and Mrs. E. J. Brown. Having purchased the (or Only One Lr3til(SSBClSPWBBBBBflBBBBBBi Months By Mail hair, itching scalp and falling hair Mr. and Mrs. Walter O. Walker are Rev. Bell at the house after which the Dairy herd of milk cows cease your hair becomes soft, fluffy, receiving congratulations upon the ar- remains was interred in the Lancaster Dollar. cemetery. Those who attended the and heifers of the Blue abundant and radiant with life and rival of a little son in their home. of Mr. Simpson distance Grass Dairy and Ice Co, The Lexington Daily and Sunday beauty. Sage is surely one of the Mrs. Fay Wilkinson and attractive funeralMr. Lewis Phillipsfrom a wife of Not much sport in spending your hard earned) and were. Parisian have returned to NEW subscribers the same is for sale as a Leader will be sent MONTHS for only most invigorating and refreshing hair children, of aRichmond Mrs. Ed. WH- - Fresno. Cal., Mr. and .Mrs. Will Bright cash in home after visit to by mail for FOUR constant repair bills for your car, is it? of Stanford, Mrs. Frinch of Louisville, tonics know. It is easily used at home kinson. whole or by the head. ONE DOLLAR. Miss Annie Fteel Cook of Lexington not expensive, and evbn one applicaNow, there are repairs and repairs. Some nice Jersey cows. This offer is for new subscribers only tion proves its goodness. Mrs. J. E. Bruce, who has been and Mr. and Mrs. Denman, of Nicholas- who get their paper by mail and is made quite ill for several weeks, is very ville. Come and see. in order to introduce' The Leader in Some stay fixed, and some don't. It depends much improved. She is Bt the home of HAMM A.CK new homes. her daughter, Mrs. J. S. Baughmau. largely upon who does the repairing. daily The Leader is an Dwright Woolf and wife of Kansas STOMACH MISERY Mrs. Mary Hammack is on the sick paper, with all the latest news of the City Kansas, who are walking all over Will Quickly and Safely Rid You work-Whe- n war. markets: politic?, etc., by tele- list at this writing. the country were here Thursday and graph. Enclose a paper dollar in a let- A little son arrived at Mr. Grover gave an illustrated lecture of their HAMILTON AVE, of indigestion. ; ter and send it to The Lexington Lead- - Gastineau's last week. travels. Lexington Ky., and get a leal, live er. Mrs. Henry Tankerslev visited Mrs. Mrs. D, M. Walker and children aie I When your stomach is out of order Republican daily newspaper at almost S. E. Hammack last week. visiting her parents. Judge and Mrs. your food lies like a lump of lead fer! half price. Mr Clinton Ross and wife visited his Pugh at Vanceburg. Rev. Walker is menting and snrely causing that feelmother Mrs. Amelia Ross. attending the National Convention of ing of fulness, sour taste in the mouth. nml intuit Mrs. Fannie Gastineau visited her the Christian church at Atlanta Ga. vutiiEii ,tli.r1i. Iitlimunnn luiiiic, uiuuuoui;o3, uim mum sister at Lexington last week. The Lincoln County Board of Elec- - other warning signs of indigestion. Mr. 0. L. Hammack and family visit- tion Commissioners have appointed which is often a dangerous ailment. It is needles for you to suller, for ed Mrs. Mary Hammack Sunday. election ofiicers to serve at the NovemMrs. Hendrick of Decatur, III is visit- ber election. The men who compose any druggist can supply you with a harmless and efficient remedv for this board are; Sheriff J. G. Weather-foring her sister Mrs. George Beazley. Col. S. T. Harris and E. J. Baugh all bad stomachs. These small tablets Mr. and Mrs. Gaines Henderson visitR. E. Horton sold his cottage on give almost immediate and joyful reLancaster, Ky. ed her mother Mrs. Gastineau Sunday. Lancaster avenue last week to Alfred lief, while a few days' tieatment Engraved or W. H. Furr and wife are rejoicing Should be said to be 1.000. strengthens ant! stimulates the digesover ths arrival of a little son at their M. Pence for a figure Embossed nowadays. This is one of the new cottages recent- tive system. The (low of gastric juices home. ly built on the Land addition and is is increased, then your food is properly It reflects good taste and Solon Clack of color has built a well improved and a digested; sour and gassy stomach, sick nice little home. new house on his farm, and has moved Mr. and Mrj. Pence will soon take headaches; restless nights and other at once creates a favorable t distressing symptoms quickly vanish. to it. Solon is a hustler. .. 3 possession. t " f. impression. If suffering any stomach distress do y Miss Hettie Pointer and Mr. John on The home place of J. W. West Mi-- o na give you quick Anderson of Lincoln were married last Lancaster avenue, was withdrawn from not wait let Suppose you come and see week. We wish them much happiness public sale on Saturday at a bid of and lasting relief. R E. McRoperts the many beautiful samples sells it with guarantee of money back through life. 4,100. Col Ike Dunn, of "anville, came if you are not satisfied, The news came last week that Mr. J. over and cried the pale, but was unable we have and get our prices. L. Cross and wife of Thrifty, Texas to obtain an advance on this figure, THE are rejoiceing over the arrival of a boy and as Mr, West did not believe that it bady at their home. represented the worth of the place, he withdrew it. There was the largest crowd 'here HEARD IN LANCASTER Monday, county court day. that has ! How Bad Backs Have Been Made, Strong been here this year. There we.--e about GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. 1500 head of cattle at Nunnelly's Kidney Ills Corrected. Stock Yaids which sold for fairly good Do you think you could make soiled Plaintiff. prices, mule colts brought $100. per James I. Hamilton, coat and vest do for another season? All over Lancaster you hear it. head, most of them bought by local VS. A not try. Soap and water fade Better Doan's Kidney Pill are keeping up the people, although there quite a number A. M. Miller, Defendant. and shrink the garment. You can save good work. Lancaster people are tell- of buyers from a distance heJe, but Pursuant to a judgment rendered at your garment and save you money by ing about it telling of bad backs made they were unarle to convince the sellers the June Term, 191-1- , the undersigned your clothes. premittingus to dry clean ceCommissioner will sell at public auction sound again. You can believe the tes- of the lower prices. Not :i drop of ater is used, although before the Court House Door in Lantimony of your own townspeople. They 12, 16 in removed a by the dirt am! stains are Dick Denny, who has been in the caster, Kentucky, at II o'clock, A. M.t tell it tor the benefit of vou who are ' magic. Try us once. West for the past several years, spent or thereabouts on I suffering. If your back aches, if you several days with Mr. and Mm. W. P. MONDAY, OCTOBER. 2u 1914, in feel lame, sore and misetable, if the B Givens near Shelby Citv and with friends it being the first day of the Garrard a kidneys act too frequently, or passages Ky., Danville last week. Mr. Denny has County Court Term, the real estate are painful, scanty and oH color, use at in the been engaged in a large irrigation pro- mentionedfollows: pleadings and des- if Doan's Kidney Pills, the remedy that cribed as ject on the Colorado river in northern Located and being in Garrard County has helped so many of your friends and Arizona and later was in Vancouver B. Ky., on Levens Branch and bounded as neighbors. Follow this Lancaster citiC. His sister, Mis3 Belle Denny of follows; Beginning at a stake ori the LOl'IS FAULKNER. Mgr. zen's advice and give Doan's a chance Stanford joined him at Mr. Givens for S. E. bank of a drain in line to Gallic Phone 200. to do the same for you. Pendleton's lot. and corner to the twenty-fa pleasant reunion. acres sold to Marion Hurt;thence ive Will C. Davis, Danville pike, Lancas(by Allen from ter, Ky, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills The marriage of Miss Elsa Biuhing Ray calls copied Long deed from fourth to Robert with one and Attorney T. J, Hill, took place in have done me more good than anything degree variation applied) S 2t!J W 95 else and I can recommend them to Cincinnati Saturday. This jcouple had links to a stake in drain, corner to said I? everyone. The kidney action was ir- been sweethearts for some time and it Pendleton S b2i W 7 chains to a stake I used was generally believed that they would in or near head of a drain; thence down regular and I had backache. Miss Bruning drain S 49J W 9.50 chains to a point at Doan's Kidney Pills and they relieved wed, but not so soon. W 4.75 chains to forks of drain, S vocal music teacher at the a point at a stone84J was the me." fence in line to Jas. Price iiOc. at all dealers. Don't sim- Stanford Graded School last year and bimpson, with bimpson iM Sol W o.HU ply ask for a kidney remedy-ge- t Doan's made many friends here during her chains to a stake on hillside 8 or 9 feet Your S of a beech, curner to Steve Walker and Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Davis stay, who will gladly welcome her back Lon Austin; with Austin N 24 E 5.75 to this city. The groom is one of the chains to a stake 5 feet east of an elm Co., Props, Buf- had. Foster-Miibur- n most prominent attorneys of this city. corner to same N o9J W 8.9o chains to falo. N. Y. fl Buying 1 EMBOJB A SPt a sugar tree on North side of Levens They will reside.in Stanford. Branch in line to proposed County Road thence with line of said road (running STANFORD. new lines to Robert Long) S G9 E 3.9J chains S 54i E 50 links S 572 E 1 chain HAVE YOU CATARRH? A. H. Severance is reported to Jbe S 741 E 2.04 chains N 82 E 1 chain N ForfhisisUie against quite ill. ixnwlcr a It's a Dangerous Disease Hyomei is the 52J E 1 chain N 3S E 5 chains N 13 E 84 links to stone on the West side of tluit makes "tl.e S. G. Stagg, of Lexington was here bakiu-better." Levens Branch in center line of said Effective Remedy. last week. County road in line to Rube Warren It leavens the B R. K. Pebbles, of Paris, is here food fveiily Catarrh, which is indicated by snifll-in- and corner to Marion Hurt's W 25 acres saiu stone i.tu cnains 3U spending several days. irom a throughout JIUUS frequent colds and crusts in the black walnut standing between road The IHC Line if m in nirv Ii t-1 frame on steel wheels that Mrs. S. II. Baughman, who has been nose is a serious disease and if not and creek); thence S C2J E, with Hurt new. innkes it do- GRAIN AND HAY lasting basis on which Interquite ill, is able to be out. MACHINES iijjlitfiiUy nppctizin. surely spreads to the delicate (by actual survey) 17.75 chains to the checked EwJerj, Reaper beginning, containing 19.87 acres by and wholesome. national manure spreaders are built. All Mrs. J. S. Owsley is the guest of Mrs lining of the air passages, and freHeader. Mow en ueuuctmg zo acres irom 44.87 acres Rakes. Stackers parts, including box, beater, spreading Iteinemlier Culuniet B J. R. Busk at Lexington. quently destroys the hearing. Hay Loaders the contents of the whole tract in the f( is moderate ii. price, mechanism, apron, are built by experts, Ha? Prescei To cure catarrh j ou must have some- deed from Allen Ray to Robert Long, George P. Bright, of Middlesboro, CORN MACHINES a. B Jnriicit in iu.mty. using best materials, from careful designs Plant n. Picker thing that will quickly reach the diseas- being part of the same land conveyed spent Sunday and Monday here. your prwer for a Biaders. CdtiTttar to Robert Long by Allen Raj' by deed based on field tests. BAsk Enstlixe Cotters Mrs. Lelia Cook attended the W. C. ed tissues, kill the germs, and drive out dated December 23, 1904, and recorded Don't take a Every detail is strong and durable, built SkcUers. SkreJJer the poison. S, substitute. in Deed Book 20. page 403, Garrard TILLAGE T. U. Convention at Winchester. for long life and ease of draft. Among the Per, SpriatTtk, Hyomei is just such a remedy Being County Clerk's Ofiice, and also the M Received Highest features that will interest 3011 are these: biraple aad Duk Harrswi Miss Anna Chancellor is the guest of Awards a mixture of antiseptic oils that you same land conveyed by grantors herein protected beater driving mechanism. all of steel; Caltivatort Lexington. Miss Lula Barker, at GENLRAL LINE B Wor!dg Pore Food Eiposion, B load carried ou rear axle, insuring traction; reversible breathe through a small inhaler its to A. M. Miller by deed dated Novem Oil aad Ca Ecxicea Iliirois. Peril 1910 and recorded in Deed Book gear and worm; low, easily loaded box, with ample fCLicico, Mrcl, 1912. ' Exposition, fl ' A. C. Coffey, of McKinney, has ac. O J Tractars g medication cannot help ber, 41(5, Garrard County Clerks . page clearance underneath; end gate, preventing dogging Maqua Spreader cepted a position with H. J. McRoberts going direct to the raw and inflamed Ofiice. Cream Separatars B of beater while driving to the field; etc. iwiiii inmiM.L Farm Wajtoa All styles are in the IHC spreader line, high and The purpose of this sale is to pay the bam Joe liurcn, ot tioligee, Ala., is lining of the nose and throat, quickly Mctar Tracks low, endless and reverse apron, and various sizes Tkreskera here with his mother Mrs. May Burch. relieving that choked-u- p feeling, stop- debt due James 1. Hamilton as lollowsG rCBAKlNG Grain DilDa Office at Citizens National Bank., for small and large farms. Our catalogues will tell The sum of S692.20. with interest at Fd Criaders Mrs. Woodie Hate is the guest of ping the unclean discharges, and heal- per cent per annum from November you more. Write for them and let ns tell you also Kaifa Criaders Lancaster, Ky. spots you breathe freely. 1913, aid the sum of 41.52 with interEumdar Twins where you may see IHC manure spreaders. herjsister, Mrs. T. F. Spinks at Coles ing the sore Even the worst cases respond at once. est at 6 ner cent from November 2 I burg. There is nothing for the treatment of 1910; subject to a credit of 21.00 paid International Harvester Company of America yggjNtj Mrs. W. t. Disnon who has been in January 1912. and the further sum catarrh ills that is easier, more pleas- of 41.52 5. with interest at 6 per cent Windsor Canada returned home last ant or so satisfying as Hyomei. R. E. per annum from November 2 1911, and Ind. New Albany week. the sum of 41.52 with interest at 6per C&ioa McCorau'ck OiWae Flu MHwwlea Dcering McRoberts sells it on the J, T. Embry, of Frankfort spent pay plan. pent ner annum from .November Z 1U12, until naid. and the estimated cost of several days this week here with home- Woman Are You this action amounting to $125.00. folks. (IAKKSIICK1. TERMS. Miss Jessie Cook of Nashville Tenn, The sale of the said land or sufficient is the guest of her sister, Mrs. G. B. Little Miss Christine Burdette of amount thereof to satisfy the aforesaid Cooper. Judson has been the guest of her aunt indebtedness and cost will be made on a credit of six months and the purchasJ. J. McKinney, of the Mt. Salem Mrs. Ed. Clark. required to execute bond by er will be quite ill for several section has been Mr. Rufus Moss who was kicked with approved security for the purchase weeks. a mule several days ago still remains price due in six months, bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, Mrs. Joan Ball, of Lancaster is the in a serious condition. having the force and effect of a judgguest of her daughter, Mrs. Bohan Henry Burdette, of Burgin is ment upon which execution may issue, Mrs. spending several days with her daugh- payable to W. H. Brown. Master ComJ Campbell. kjHETBAKINGPOV0pt' The Woman's Tonic missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, Mrs. Will Severance is at home after ter Mrs. Herbert Brooks. and a lien will be reserved upon the a visit to her sister. Dr. Lai Pickett at Mr. Tom Chesnut and Miss Minve land sold until all the purchase money Bogie spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. is paid. Louisville. I Tra ioa't nt ancr Wa 7i W mp er Utaal Miss Lena Palmer has been the Geoige Boner, of Nicholasville. W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. IhKtpwrfcr. IWtfcimfet, BCiltt. If FOR SALE AT ALL DRUBG1STS Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Chesnut, Mrs. G. B. Swinebroad, Att'y for Plff. recent guest ofT Mrs. Norwood, at Lexington. Milner Rout of Danville. Mr. and Mrs. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. BBBBBflBBBBBikfaflBBBBBjBBl I : r 1 Cows p.,,. " fixed! cmrWk FOR SALE tMl ft. H. Bastin. Lancaster, Ky. te Hi-o-- I ntl We guarantee our repair we fix a car we fix it. And the best part is that we don't soak you. Yes, this may seem a miracle friend, but it's true. Personal Stationery a. d, F. L. CONN'S GARSGE -- -- t. Would You Like To Be The Washer Central Record. COMMISSIONER'S Woman SALE OF LAND. ".r-'-'is- i Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co i EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build 14 and ment Silos feet diameter, any height. We have had many experiences this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford. you need cement work of any kind. PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. liTTffi International Harvester i Manure Spreaders When i ACCO I Baking I Powder r Hail, Now, It costs no more to I t g, STEEL protect it from thej start, than to wait later on in the season. Insure it with i f f I F. P. Frisbie health-restorin- powder) J (jftBMEJ rmm "No-cure-n- mk tl a ? Take Cardiii SUBSCRIBE FOR The Central Recod. $1.00 Per Year. i-- n The Central Record, Thursday Oct 15, 1914KENTUCRIANS SWIFTLY RELIEVED OF STOMACH ILLS BY MAYR REMEDY just such letters. This wonderful remedy shows results, safely, Results After Years of Suffering. and with the first dose. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy Many Kentuckians have found swift clears the digestive traot of mucoid acrelief from disorders of the stcmaeh cretions and removes poisonous matter. and intestinal tract by the use of Mayr's It brings swift relief to sufferers from Wonderful Stomach Remedy. ailments of the stomach, liver and The first dose give result3. It 13 not bowels. Many declare it has saved a long treatment. them from dangerous operations and Here are statements taken from the many are sure it has saed their lives. Because of the remarkable success of letters of two KentucKy people who have used the remedy: this remedy there are many imitators, W. H. CLARKE, Central, City, Ky.-"- The so be cautious. Be sure it's MAYR'S. medicine has done my wife a Go to R. E. McRoberts drug store and world of good and she has been suffer- ask about the wonderful results it has ing with stomach trouble for years." been accomplishing or send to Geo., MRS. BELLE HAWKINS, Eminence, H. Mayr. Mfg. Chemist. WhitKy. "I have taken all of the medicine. ing St. Chicago, III , for free book on I don't think I need any now, as I think stomach ailments and many grateful I am well. I never felt better in my letters from people who have been relife." stored. Any druggist can tell you its From all over the country come J wonderful effects. First Dose ofWondeaful Treatment Shows j thousands of 154-15- 6 - SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION State Association To Meet At Lexington On October 20th To 23rd, 1914 OVER ONE HUNDRED SPEAKERS An Excellent Program Has Been Prepared and Large Attendance Expected Roll Call of Counties Will Be Interesting Feature and Every ty Should Be Represented. Coun- 1 w SiXXICXX4SK00 (X.(QXXSXXXMfg Automobile s I c: I I s s OWNERS ATTENTION. Louisville, Ky. (Special). It would not be possible for us to give space foi the entire program of the State Convention of the Kentucky Sunday School Association which will be held In Lexington Oct. as it extends over four days, with more than twenty sessions and over one hundred speakers. Every one who is connected with the Sunday School will find something of interest, something to Instruct and help. The pastor, the su ss perintendent, the teacher and the pu3 pil will all And something of special value. Tuesday afternoon will be given to Conferences as will also Thursday afternoon. Tuesday night there will be the welcome address by Bishop Lewis V. Burton of the Protestant Episcopal Church, followed by addresses from the President, Chair- 20-2- Nannie Lee Frayser on "The Challenge of Young Life to the Sunday School," and one by Prof. J. T. Coatea on "The Possibilities of the Country Sunday School." The music will be In charge of Prof. C. F. Croxton, Director of Music in the Lexington Public Schools, who will be assisted by a large choir and orchestra. Some of the Speakers. Rev. W. A. Brown, D.D., Chicago, 111., Missionary Superintendent of the International Sunday School Association. The Rt. Rev. Lewis W. Burton. D.D., Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Lexington. Mr. Alfred Mason, Memphis, Tenn., Superintendent of large Sunday, School. Miss Nannie, Lee Frayser, Lecturer, Story Teller, Lesson Writer, State Superintendent Elementary Work. Mr. C. F. Huhleln, Louisville, President Avery Plow Co. and President Kentucky Sunday School Association. Mr. S. A. Harris, Secretary Boy's Department of the Young Men's Christian Association of Kentucky. Rev. F. G. B. Mann, D.D., Presiding Elder of the Maysville District M. E. Church, South, and Editor of the Central Methodist Advocate. H .... Page 3 -- im OCTOBER! m $ Hr !L 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 ' When in Lexington why 1 not stop at a Garage where & prompt and satisfactory m 1 m services are rendered. 8 We have the largest and best equipped Tire Repair Shop in the State and our Machine Shop, which is modern in every respect is handled by the best machinists obtainable. All our work is guaranteed and our i I s I s m Mr. C. F. Kuhleln, President Kentucky l Association. of the Executive Committee General Secretary of the V. State Association, and Rev. A. Brown, D.D., of Chicago. Wednesday morning will be devoted largely to viewing the field with reports of work done and suggested plans for the future. Wednesday afternoon will be devoted to "Volunteer Service" when about twenty county officers from different parts of the state will tell how things have been done. Wednesday evening the Treasurer of the State Association will tell of "A Ten Thousand Dollar Investment." Rev. W. A. Brown will speak again on "Three Great Superlatives." Thursday morning's program will deal with "Personal Evangelism," "Men and the Sunday School," and "The Conservation of Youth." There will also be the roll call of counties with responses from delegates who represent the counties Thursday at noon will be held the superintendent's lunch and conference After the conferences on Thursday afternoon will come the "automoThursday bile ride" for delegates. night a great address at the Ben Ali Sunday-schoo- P. S. We do all kinds of Job Printing and will be pleased to fix you up some Stationery. Richard Henry Crossfield, President Transylvania University and the College of the Bible. Prof. A. W. Fortune, D.D., Transylvania University, Lexington. Prof. J. T. Coates, Supervisor Rural Schools of Kentucky, Frankfort. Rev. Homer Carpenter, Pastor Christian Church, Shelbyville. Mr. C. C. StoII, Louisville, Kentucky's Representative on the International Sunday School Association's Executive Committee. Rev. W. H. Hopper, Pastor Burnside Presbyterian Church. Some of the Topics. "Growing," "How We Are Growing," "How the Cradle Roll Helps Us Grow," "How Good Equipment Helps Us Grow," "How Graded Lessons Help Us Grow," "How the Story Helps Us Grow," "How Good Music Helps Us Grow," "How Mothers' Meetings Help Us Grow." wts The Qentral Record GREAT MONEY SAVING i I m prices are reasonable. ft Central 135-1- 38 Motor Car man and Co. 8 I 1 & South Limestone. w Lexington, Kentucky. fXTWX) (ga(XMX61 (XXMX I I tj 4atamn in 'fshe Land othe SkyTV - Tillions of AVI of color trees clothe the mountains in wonderful garments Beautiful beyond description. ""The tonic qualities of the bracing air give zest to Mountain Climbing, Hunting, Tennis, Fishing, Riding and Motoring, while splendid hotels afford luxurious accommodations and entertainment. boarding houses and cottages are available at Excellent NOTED RESORTS IN THE LAND OF THE SKY Asheville Waynesville Hendersonville Tyron Hot Springs Brevard Saluda Lake Toxaway Flat Rock The "Sl 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, "Wanted Boys In the Sunday School," "What Boys Want in the Sunday School," "The Sunday School for Our Girls." "Onward Together," "Convention Values," "The Sunday School as a World Force," "Five Ways ofWork-ing.- " "Three Great Superlatives," "Sunday School Men," "Personal Evangelism," "The Moral Equivalent of War," "The Conservation of Youth," "The Spirit of Youth," "The Challenge to Activities PhysService," "Four-Folical, Mental, Social, Spiritual," "Temperance Teaching in the Sunday School," "The Successful Sunday School Superintendent," The Youth of America," "The Youth of Kentucky," "Christ for Every Life," "Men and the Church," "The Challenge of Young Life to the Sunday School," "The Possibilities of the Country Sunday School." Local Arrangements. When delegates arrive in Lexington they will go directly to the Broadway Christian Church, which can be reached by street car. There they will find the committee to assist them in getting located. There will be no free entertainment, but the committee will make arrangements with the hotels and boarding houses for the lowest rates possible. For information with regard to boarding write to Mr. Bruce Davis, Lexington, Ky. For railroad rates see the agent of your railroad several days before you expect to start. For program and further information write to the Kentucky Sunday School Association, 712 Louisville Trust Building, Louisville, Ky. d COMBINATION All Standard Publications of the Highest Merit, Which Will be Appreciated by Every Member of Your Family. This Big Semi-Monthly To-Day- Offer Consists Of 1.00 1.00 .50 .50 GREAT PREPARATIONS MADE. Excursion Fares All The Year SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South For further information see local agent, or addres3 Dr. William A. Brown, Missionary Su perintendent or tne international B. H. Todd, District Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. THE NATIONAL SANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- JENIJY, President J. E. ST0RMES. Vice Prea't. Association. on "Social Hygiene," by Dr. Theater Howard Kelly of Johns Hopkins UniFriday morning "Temperversity. ance and Purity," "Missions" and "Our Youth" will be the subjects. Friday noon will be the lunch and conference for County Officers. Friday afternoon will be given to the consideration oi Day" as it the was observed this year, what it has meant to the state, and how it can be made even more effective next year. There will be banquets at 6 o'clock for the Elementary and Secondary Workers. Friday night the convention will close with an address by Miss Sunday-schoo- l Louisville. It has been eleven years since Lexington had the honor of entertaining this convention and these years have formed a period of unusual development in the Sunday-schoo- l world. There have been many new Sunday-school- s organized, most of the schools have grown largely in the number of people enrolled. The schools have becom better organized and have added many new departments. The Teacher Training Classes, the Organized Adult Classes, the Organized Teen Age Classes, the Home Departments and the Cradle Rolls have all developed into departments of the Sunday-school- s during these year and each will have an important place on the program. One of the interesting features of the State Convention of the Kentucky Sunday School Association to be held will be the in Lexington, Oct. roll call of counties. 20-2- The Central Record The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Farm and Fireside, Magazine, Monthly Boy's Magazine, Monthly Household Journal and Floral Life, Monthly 's 1.00 .50 Total $ 4.50 Our Special Bargain Price For All Six, Each One Year fied readers. $1.75 Never before has such a remarkable group of leading publications been offered in combination with ThsCentral Record. 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It is, impossible to send sample copies, but we advise, however, that they may be seen on display at our office- - Call or mail all orders to Toned Up Whole Systea. R. 1 Jmbry. Ass't Cashier. It Always Does the Work. J Safety Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. Samnal D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. "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 munths 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. "I like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy better than any other," wiites R. E. "I have Roberts, Homer City, Pa., taken it off and on for years it has never failed to give thedesired results.' For sale by all deaiers. 1-- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. . .is.. it- :'g ' Page 4 TheCentrai Record, Thursday Oct 15 1914. ! STYLE AND QUALITY considered, we claim we sell the best that can be had in Men's Clothing when we offer you the HART-SCHU- FFN Ml SUITS AND OVERCOATS in stock at m $18.00, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00. Men's Shoes. HOUSE OF QUALITY. Ladies Shoes. iSZrSi i. $10.00 AND $15.00: Childrens Shoes. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Ja Lcit-iuu- f; w Smith , .1 Kjrt S Jiiffar -- of ill s.itar who is thought to lie ding Clothing sale Saturday at Moore's. petent in dealing with the industrial THE WHITE CROSS PLEDGE. SIMPSON. in education, who will train relations; The Moonlight School .eems to be , I promise by the Htli. ' Hod. the youth of the country along right Fresh oysters and celery at Zimmers. doing some fine John V. Simpson Sr: departed this incorporated. work. Several young (By Win. F. Miller.) 1. lo treat all .von.ei: with resist and teach them true affection life at his home near Markshury in this Weekly. write, 51.00 a year. lines men have learned tn read and Issued fur their land. county early on the morningof October There will be a pie supper given in and some are making :i most phenom- and endeaor to protect them from wrong and degredstion. There will be opposition. Corrupt the 11th. Sunday of heart disease. Mr. Bro. Poliitt conducted the devotional the Hyattsviiie Sunday School Room J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. enal progress. All ages are present up 2. Td endeavor to put down all politicians will not. reiinquisii men (iu- - Simpson had been a severe sufferer xercises Wednesday morniug. Friday week. to something like (i5 years. Large R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. language ami course jHt3. er without a fight. The reward will be from the malady for the pastsix months Miss Morris' room will entertain Fri- erovds in attendance. they are serving aiiu ii.itlt tVii av.ittfmn r f nun fit 4lfTi n.l iviii, iu t v Jiiuii f& vtui w. mu o. To maintain the law purity as ' i!iu I'o. i oPirr in Ijinci'ter. Ky., the knowledge that Emetvtl hi morning at 8:15, the public is ,, Ud . . r. ... . .1 .1. I.!.... ..tl,..,.o tn .In umwo .. v visits 10 tne neignooring posiomce, i. m:oiii1-'IiiM.iil Mi ttcr nau cordially invited. uieir euuiur anu The Editor thought hc "got off" a equally binding upon men and woman. tbes lippn :nvav from his nremi.ses dur- 4. To endeavor to spread the same. nit good cartoon entitled. "Hand Me That Mrs. Belle Scott and Mr. John game, this " fo'"et the foot-ba- ll principles among my companion? and to Member Kentucky I'ress Association ing that time, though he did not take Ad- - Crutchfield were united in marrh-gin Dollar." which appeared in a recent try to help my younger brothers. Thursday evening at 3 p. m. ...... Hon. W. J. Brvan Secretary of State . . i..i i,; tinn eviDanville Wednesday by the Rev. W. istiie of the ficord. The cartoon mission 15 cents. Lexington on,jeatlu Eighth District Publishers League. will make a speech at wears to 5. To use everv E. Arnold of the Methodist church and dently intended to portray Mr. R. L. fulliilt th- - command, 'Keep tlmetf Thursday afternoon and another at) After funeral services at the home The "Glee Club" organized by Miss-- ! Elkin receiving the "glad hand" and Ky., October 15. 1914. He will be Ht 10 o'clock Monday morning, con- - s Webb and Morris, has already met left at once for Louisville on their Louisville the same night. raking in the shekels for the readable pure." accompanied by Governor Beckham and jm-- j i,,. RUVs. Tinder and Hell, his with great success. The members will honeymoon. Mrs. Scott is the widow of the late Record. Until we read the footnote Congressman Cantnll and Congressman in the Lancas- - meet each Thursday evening ' from 3 Rates For Political Announcements Shelley will also appear in short ad- remams Weie interred HACKLEY. Morton Scott of this place, resides en we felt much flattered to think our to 4 o'clock. ter cGiKLterv. For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.')0 dresses. Mr. Bryan comes to KentucRichmond street in Lancaster and is a photo was in print, and it recalled our ' Mr. Simp on was G5 years ana 1 Arrangements have been made, at ; 10.00 ky R"or County Offices B' experiences as reporter -and solicitor Misses Dennis Hunter ami LIB wrf h waa awue Aa after a .conference with President He our school, such as was last year, that ,mntMtim.Hl1W Thormm " old at the time of hisdeath. 15.00 Wilson in which the National situation month District Offices o For State and farmer of Science Hill, uur in.?n'is ten us me picture tiuseiv Etes of Lancaster attended clmcll was born in Lincoln county Ky. near is the large play room, has been fixed resembles us in latitude, I.mgitude and Kirksviite. .10 For Calls, per line was thoroughly discussed. the Garrard line, but has resided in un for the cominc: coldiweather. so the Pulaski county. features. 10 Cards, per line For The big cr.mp meetins is tiU ia It is important that Kentucky should Garrard for the last foi.ty years. Hia tchooI children will not have to go The Record tenders heartiest conFor all publications in the intergratulations. . Having business in Lancaster Mie gress at Hackley. "Who have tWO LemOCratS. in tile oenate lo ;.v:f.a whri- Imfnvu lior ....... ...f, .. rvtv will ...,. ........ ... ....... ...V... nl ........... r.r ilinnpr vn5 hnplr tn thuir mftm UW rpppqe ... .......... ....... ' .v.. est of individuals or expresuphold the policies of the administraother day. we visited the Lancaster may come". Miss Alollie Philipus, died May24, 1913- -, period but will be provided for in this sion of individual views, per tion, and it is the desire of the Presi- - Mr. Simpson is survived by one sister. room. Mr. Nick Sanders of Cottoubwrt; &3 i"iArtr otiaut nninxv mmim Graded School On our arrival there. 10 line... IIU )U OliUW rlUUiil lllllinl, we were courteously received by Prof. purchased of Sir. Ray Sciweter fib (aim dent and Mr. Bryan that every demo- - Mrs. J. C. Thompson of Los Angeles The Boy Scouts Foot Ball Team. will 05 Qbituaries, per line s at this place. wh crat in the State should vote the straight Lai., and one brother, Mr. U. U. bimp-- jne up against the Danville Boy Scout clVn,t l'rinciI-l!- ; Friday night at the Opera House the Caneeur' the quite busy with a large algeora class ticket this fall. Mr. Bryan's popular- - son of Lancaster, and by two daughters, Team, on this Thursday evening at 3 intu .u ..Af:n: .i.. f The stork visited the heme of 5ss. ivui uinouuc ui me .'union uviiai composed of some twenty five or thirty no oth- - Misses Elizabeth and Lula Simpson. ity in Kentucky is p. jj- - The D. B. S. outweight the Mystery". Also that and Mrs. Hiram Land on Oet. C sad play, ht VounB ladies apd gentlemen who left a fine 9 pound boy. er Democrat has so large a following. Mr. Simpson had lived the greater iocai team by a few pounds but a good "The Man of the Hour", which is won- There are demands for his presence portion of his life in the neighborhood ;s expected. Come out and en-i- n dertully reproauced by the Franklin ui sums ot very difficult construction Mr. Willie Rogers of Mane and lite Kame w,th ea'- - The P0PIe of Lancasterand from all quarters of the State, and StnnfcTh; .nm which he died, and his popularity is courage this promising team. Admis-atteste- d h, ,. p of their Fan Ross. Mr. Clavtnn Anderson aad vicinity should be ,; Chairman Rhea of the Democratic Stute by the fact that neither the 3;on 13 cents. toire of high-clas- s plays, which has the fine school building be prompt to Miss Aski Fie teller nil had a nice title Campaign Committee, regiets that Mr. house or yard was adequate to hold the Migs Webbs mu3ica, given ,ast FH publics approval. The company being nl... ...l..nn.nr... rC U . .I.lr... nnnAffl Bryan, by reason of engagements in crowd which attended the funeral ser- - .,,.. l ,,F iuU '"caaut.a;ci ik Sumc,ioffers par-- , chestnut hunting Sunday. Ro we? nf - ,,ll. f., m;,, wi.i. .,.,.1 ua. t w tu " mj iiiui iiiiiy itsjr iiiu MNses Fan and Myrtle aui lit: a show "'"' assured you."" wlt , ;," ities their excellent school other States, cain.ot devote more time vices. is music pupils was enjoyed bythefollow- DEMOCRATIC TICKET. to Kentucky. ents in the education of tneir children. pleasant visitors of Misses Aski FW",-chA kindly hearted man, ever ready to ing visitors and the school, Mr. and and Elfie Foley Sslwrday and & We doubt if any town of like size in " ' do a good turn for a neighbor or to as- - Mrs, For U. S. Senator Long Term. J. E. Dickerson, Rev and Mrs. ' Central Kentucky can boast of a school day and attended the pie snpptr t The State Democratic Press is a unit sist those who were in distress, he had Tinder, Miss Sherley Mahan and visitor J. C W. Beckham, of Frankfort. Stony Point. building as complete-athis one. for the Democratic ticket. There is no drawn tht entire community to him as Miss Ballou, Misses Willie Wilkerson For U. S. Senator Short Term. sign of dissention rnywhere. Their friends, and wherever he was known he and Ruth Waller, Sirs. J. W. Sweenev Mr Creed Simpson was in Lexington j our correspondent recently went to hearty support of the Democratic nom- - was popular. He lived a quiet peace-ir.ee- s and Mrs. Ross. J. N. Camden, of Versailles. last Friday. HITKVYi:. Morgan, Ky.. to purchase some quten for the Senate and for Congress able life, never seeking political pref-i- s Mr and Mrs Ben Ham spent Sunday bees for his apiaries. We drove to For Congress. Last Friday evening, on a muddy very gratifying to the Democratic rment, satisfied with his home and his Stanford and spent the night with Mr. field and in a pouring down rain, the with parents. Mr. Frame Kurtz 13 visiting Mr. Harvey Helm. Of Stanford. Campaign manage s. One good news- - family. He was an honorable, upright Eastern Ky State Normal defeated Miss Lillie Mae Suttau has been visit ' and Mrs. J. S. Turpin and boarded the Mrs. 1L M. Kurtz. paper article is equal to the work of gentleman and a splendid citizen. The early morning train- - At Lancaster. the Lancaster boys by the score lug in Lexington. i half dozen spellbinders The voters of I sympathy of the entire community Mr. Robt Long bouget a Fwtse frv i Mr. Eugene Sutton, a former Preachers-- 1 of 7 to 0. This game was well attended The Christian Endeavor at Xew Mr. Ballard Scrirner far $14. Many a candidate has been beaten Kentucky are leading and deciding pub- -' goes out to the two young la'lies in ville citizen, but now ar. energetic despite the bad weather. The ball was is progressing nicely. for office from the simple fact that his lie questions for themselves, and there their bereavement. manager 01 the . l. L. with head- Mrs. Flora Loaj; and Mrs. Nam kept about the middle of the field, first friends believed him to have "a walk- neer wua a time when thereivas such :liss Virginia Uourne is visiting Mrs vuarters af Brunswick, Ga for that TeRter were ia Lancaster Friday shap changing from one side to the other W. K. Warner, in Stanford. over". This has been the case with universal miowieuge oi iauonai pou- - i district, came aboard. After a vaca- ing. for the first three ouarters and nart of ' candidates for the office of constable, cies and the diss of men needed to Mrs Elizabeth Walker and daughter tion and visit to Garrard relatives he INTERESTING LETTER the fourth quarter, when Richmond Miss Barbara Gully spent pari af test and all the way up to U, S. Senator. carry thtm out.. was' enroutc to his post of duty at week with friends awl relatives is "bucked" the ball over the goal line have bc-- n visiting in Madison. Eternal vigilance is the watch word, FROM BUENA VISTA SCHOOL. for a touchdown. This game was a hard Remember the fourth Sunday is Brunswick. "Gene" is a3 clever a Kirksville. and it behooves every Democrat in the Governor Beckham is drawing fellow as ever held down a key board fought one, the local squad being out- - preaching day at New Antioeh. state of Kentucky to be on guard, to great crowds wherever he has spoken, Misses EI.-i-e and Dorthy Wnkiafeer weighted by almost 40 pounds, but Mrs Clay Blakeman of Kirksville and and we were sorry when he transferred Last Friday, the County Superinten-dan- t not only vote himself at the coming even in Republican districts his speechof Mrs. R. never gave up hope of scoring until the Miss Luciie Cotton of Michigan, spent at Winchester. After our arrival at were the pleasant Miss Higgins, Rev. F. M. Tinder, election, but to make it his business to es have been received with great favor Morgan we inquired the way to the W. Sanders last week. referee blew his whistle that time was a day with Mrs Pat Sutton. see that his neighbors and friends vote and hundreds of Republicans have of Lancaster, and the teachers of Ed- out for the lastquarter. Lancaster boys residence of Mr. J. P. Moore, known Mr. and .Mrs. D. C. Sanders, Mr. ad for the splendid ticket now in the field. pledged him their votes. Governor ucational Division No. 2, spent the day put up classy ball against the Normal to the world over, as one Mrs S. JJ. Saitders ami Mr. and Mri. Political apathy has beaten Beckham's personal following is very at the Buena Vista Consolidated Schoo". boys, considering we have no coach, . of the most progressive apiarists of V. Sanders spent Sunday with Mr. and . Bro. Tinder conducted the devotional PlfKAUllEKSYiliiiK man. and it will do so again. oee 10 it , smdloval one and ley are en- and then by being outweighted. all who the day and a queen breeder whose Mrs. R. W. Sanders. The thusiastic over the assurance that he exercises followed by a speech by Miss tnal 11 does 1101 occur mis lime. queens are known far and wide. A saw the game gave for putMr. and Mrs. Joe Ray are rejewwg is organized throughout the wi, re,)resf.nt Kentucky in the United Higgins. The teachers and visitors ting up good ball, against pirty mile walk brought us to the Richmond Born, to the wife of Henry Lunsford three-quarto.er the arrival of twin babies a little visited Mrs. Hacker's room while she boys. county and an aggressive fight is being Statc8 Senate He w speak every Richmond played good, clean, a fine boy. the beautiful home of Mr. Moore. We girl and boy horned Oct. 5th ami have made, but there seems to be a feeling ,,.iy from now u.lti, U)e eI(.ction but conducted a reading lesson for begin- ball, which they always do, but did not Miss Tali tha Bell is visiting Miss found that gentleman and assistant. been christened Eugene and Evafen. ners. When thev were in the intermedi- make any gains in the minds of the democratic voters , le wou)d ,mve to s;)eaU a hal dozen Mr. J E. Jordan, busy filling orders until the last quarter Ella Rigsby. mat. we win win anyway , anu prou times a day to meet the demands that ate room, Miss Ruble had a recitation when they for queens. Theirs is one of the most "hit" our line heavy Mr. I. Duvall of Iowa is visiting in third and fourth grade language and ablv we will, but if a sufficient number are being made upon him. his beautiful apiaries we have ever seen. for the lirst and only touch down. some reproduction stories by some from thruout the state have this feeling and They run 209 colonies of bees for honey The whole team played well, but the relatives here. the fifth frade. After this Miss Rog- playing stay away from the polls, defeat is sure Mr. John L. Kennedy has developed and 700 nuclei, or small colonies in Miss Christine Metcalf is on the siejc of B. Bourne, G. Bourne, ers entertained with a spelling lesson. to overtake us, and when it is least their queen rearing. An order of large list this week. Elliott and Herron were stars of the into a first class house painter. "The. remainder of the time before the day. A return game will expected. Rev. R. B. Baird has just finished a size was being lined to send to an be played on Misses Ethel Estridge and Chastise Miss Jennie Rankin and Mt. John B. noon hour was spent in the high school Our friend the enemy is not idle, These quen apiarist in California. on the local grounds in a few week so good meeting at Lawson's chapel. Rucker spent Friday in Berea. they too are making an aggressive Herndon were married at the Methodist ' room. are placed in small wire cloth come out and see what good ball LanMiss Stella Arnold is visiting her bees At noon, they were invited to tin caster boys play. campaign, both Republicans and Pro-- 1 parsonage in this city on the afternoon Mr. John Histle left Thursday far cages provisioned with a sufficient alparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Arnold. can never tell what on October 5th, Rev- - G. W. Hoffman primary room where the lady teachers gressives, and we lowance of bee candy, and about a Whitesburg, Ky., on business. Points by quarters Miss Beulah M. Sprinkles of Shelby might happen. The safest pirn is to ot Hubble officiating, bo well Uid the presided over a bountiful repast G 0 0 Richmond 0 Goal 1 City, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. L. dozen bees are sent along as attendant Services will be held Satunlav ovon. Let every young people guard their secret that Immediately following this some guard against surprises. in the cage to attend to all the wants ;n, at Mount Tabor by Rev w w u o Lancaster Uoal o Thompson. Democrat do.his duty, just the same the schoolmates and most intimate School Fair plans were discussed for of Her Majesty, Mrs. Queen, while on Referee's, Mount and Barnard, Jlr3- - AnK Robinson, of Lancaster is Messrs. W. H. and W. C. Cummins the lonir iournev in the mails. as if the battle was a close one. and friends ot the young lady in Lancaster Oct. 31st. Then they adjourned to the This j High school room lo meet some of who can tell but what it may be such. were not aware of it for several days have returned from a visit to friends noted apiary contains no other race of thtr K"est of her sister, Mrs. James the Come to the closing out sale at at Fairhope Ga. Not only go to the polls and cast your after the ceremony was performed. patrons who had assembled there honey-bee- s but the Italian, recognized l"rancls- own ballot, but see that others do the '1 he bride i3 the handsome daughter of A kind of informal reception was held Moores. Mr. and Mrs. Evan ioley nave re- by all as the gentlest bee Miss Estill Walker , left Wednesday same. Assist in overcoming this Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Rankin of until the wagons arrived to take pupils turned from a pleasant visit to rel and the best honey gatherer of all the for Campbcllsville to attend the Transyl-i is a most popular and and teachers home. Mr. Hacker seems apathetic feeling. By this means, and this county and atives at Williamsburg. several races of honey bees. The vania Presbytery. to have grasped the situation with a HOW TO TREAT YOUR CITY. by this means alone can Democratic accomplished young lady. She graduatDame Rumor says wedding bplls will queens we bought at one dollar each Rev. J. V. Logan, of Middlesboro, ed at the local school a few years ago, determination to win out, and the peosuccess be assured. ring shortly for for one ot this com- have been accepted by the colonies to Kv., will Praise it. arrive on Monday to begin a afterwards attending Madison Institute. ple of that district are indeed fortunate which we introduced them. After remunity's prettiest girls. Improve in. She is well known and has a host of in having secured him as the principal moving the old queen of a colony the series of services at Old Paint Lick Talk about it. Miss Nell Newland, of Cedar Creek, In these war times we read in every friends in Lancaster. church. of thoir school for this the second year. Trade at home. column of the daily press of the thoushas spent some time with her sister, wire cage was placed on the frames in groom is a prosperous young The On last Saturday evening, the patMiss Jeanette Eldridge left Saturday the hive and in a few days the bees had Be public spirited. Mrs. W. C. Cummins here. ands who are "giving their lives for farmer of the White Station section of rons and friends of the Buena Vista gnarved awav the pasteboard and eaten i for Lexington to be one of the brides- Tell of its businessmen. their country." Miss Rinda Pettus who has- - been so Madison county, a son of Mr. Jake Consolidated School assembled in the plug of candy thu3 liberating their maids in the Rouse-Lyn- e wedding which Take a home pride in it. There are two ways that a man can Herndon, one of the weathiest seriously ill. is able to drive out again, the and auditorium of the building. The ladies new mother. AH are now laying in I tuun iiiatt; uu euiicsuuy. Remember it is your home. serve his country; by dying for it and most extensive farmers and much to the delight of her many friends. stock brought boxes filled with good things their respective hives and by the return Mrs. Mary May who has been spend- Tell of its natural advantages. by living for it. What is needed today The recently organized Teachers' raisers in Madison county. to eat. These were "auctioned off" by Trade and induce others to trade here. Training Class will meet at the Baptist of Spring the old black or common bees ing the summer with her daughter is to have men who will live for their The Record joins a vast number of Messrs Hacker and A. T. Scott, and so When strangers come to town use church Saturday night. Services by will have passed out of existence and Mrs. Woods Walker left Wednesday country. We are in a crisis. The cris- friends of the contracting praties in cleverly were they handled that tne will Italians the gentle, beautiful them well. is is political, economical and racial. wishing the pastor, Rev. Rogers, Sunday and people the miniature cities. Some few for her home in Enfield, III. Mrs. that their future lives my be school netted about $63., no box selling Don't call your best citizens frauds Sunday night. increase in immigration The tremendous i Walker accompanied her to Louisville. happy and prosperous. apiarists will not concede the superiority for less tan $1.25. The proceeds will and imposters. which the end of the war will subject The following are numbered among of this race, but altera thorough trial The pie supper at Manse on Saturday go in payment for the piano. Since Support local institutions that benefit this country to, demands action, for See prices on ladies and children! Mr. Hacker has had charge of the the sick; Mrs. Wm. Ranke, Mrs..Susan side by side with (he common bees, we evening turned out a most profitable your city. what ever the matter leads to, changes shoes, at Moore's. school, they have bought lights for the Look ahead of self when all the town Edmiston, Miss Gertrnde Adams, Mr. are fully satisfied with their merits, affair as well as a most pleasant one. in governmental situation will come ;if John B. Anderson, Mrs. Chas. Thomp- and next season, providence not pre- The entire ammount realized was $43.-5- 0. building, a large number of books, tha is to be considered. disthe crisis is not diverted. To avoid New line of neck wear at the new piano, a manual training outfit as well Mrs. Lizzie Todd's piebringingthe venting, we will, read all our queens Help the public officers to do the most son, Mrs. Pruitt Thompson. aster there is need of the young men firm. Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. Mr. good for the most people. as other aids and conveniences. ' Mr. William Rigsby has been assist and "by their use completely eliminate highest amount, $4.75. While Miss who sincerely love their country. Men Hacker's success as a financier coupled Don't Prof. J. B. Hutchins in the session the inferior race, with its vicious pro Maggie Ball was given the box of in who sre educated in politics, who will Look at your Label and with his ability as teacher makes him help the advertise butthe local paper'to ingMoonlight School at this place, while pensities and its- - susceptibilities tolthe Chocolates for being the most popular advertise to help! of owner," not throw away their vote, but restrict vouhg lady present. a valuabls principal of the school. Prof. Cyrus Johnson is at the bedsits deadly bee scourge, foul brood. yourself. suffragejjin economics, who will be com send us that dollar. w The Central Record SCHOOL NOTES. (Da05 fc Hire sy j , SCOTT-CRUTCHFIE- LD. ..,i;., e ' e pos-sibl- t J well-to-d- II mni-rim- i ; j . ..i wide-sprea- d; ever-popul- ar r j I ,: ,, ,,,! J, . s I j An-tio- ch I rs bee-keep-ers , er j r.uxr !,: RA1KRND0N. ; j J j j rs ' i The Central Record, Thursday Oct 15 1914. i Page 5 PflBK i h OF b ft 1 lHIHiHW ' IHhbHHbH "" S si fi .J Will "be on Display it - '- -3 at JOSEPH 3 9 (5 STOiRID, e & 1-. Prid av ,;"" ct 3 0 I IT3i33SS333B8SSSSSSa 3G t KWKa3SSK?;;iKS;K?& Ji? JIj Xi, w xik I-iiTTTTIWIMIII Meet Mr Benas, their Representative. y i inn & JL'LJi -- 63SqSS353$g f Vm - JIJ FJE A Full Stock of 1 I i J m , Now on hand. Also good line of B Children's jtfats and fficady- GOOD LINE Uo-liJc- ar, $3.00 TRIMMED HATS. Lexington party and the immediate friends of th honoree. The apartments were beauti,. fil . r..n t. it.- I Mrs. Taylor Hurdette of Iiryantsville iuiiv uecoraieaj witn uannas andi au' . umn leaves. Mrs. John C. Storme.-- . has been visiting her aunt Mrs. Eliza (7. VjS? ar.d Mra. H. Clay Sutton presided in Hill. dining room, while Mrs. George D. Mrs. J. P. Ripy of LawrenceburR is Robinson, Mrs. Theodose Cuney and Pi J l Criii Mention of the Comings and here for a visit to Mrs. A. C. Miles of Miss Sue Shelby Mason comprised the Those Wi Art Intrrrstal la. 0.:r.e. Iiuckeve. committee of entertainment. - cT.r.rsiu-.Mr, A. T. Anderson ppent Sunday in "H V. S. fi Miss Annie Creech is the cue-i- t of Covington, with his friend Col. i aj Ferguson. Miss Mabel Haker of White Lick. News Of The Churches, Mr. W. C. I'nce of Danville was the j Mrs. John ; landers is at Silver Creek Vmmm ;u-- st on luesuay 01 ir. ar.u jirs. viMtinj her daughter; Mrs. Oatley F"red P. Frisbie. Rev. W. E. Arnold, uresiding Elder Burke. Danville district, will preach at Mesdames Ed and T. J. Price ere Miss Florence Dawes has returned H the Methodist church in Lancaster, from a visit to her parents in Lincoln in Stanford Wednesday to see Dr. anj ; Saturday night at 7:;i0 also Sunday Mrs. A. S. Price. countv. i bacramental morning at 11 o clock, ha "turned services after morning sermon. Let Mr. Andrew Davis of Paint Lick was , MrS ClevIunJ "r- - a,,d Jlrs- - Ll1' al! the members be present. vsiting his sister. Mrs. Wm Ralston0"1.0 v,s't. "er5,ns ln "icholasville. PS Mondav f$Z'MLZE UIBIfK, Gossip About ::: ' Mi:--s Kella Arnold was in Monday on business. v? N? ! One i fashion Hih DRESSES. r?- - 1a4V UJ OAop, ONE-PIEC- K fi I Class Xew York Goods each week, thus insuring the very latest snappy styles in SUITS. COATS and E Adjoining Opera House. Richmond Street. receives shipmcii's of i I li l ! le if 1 Ohe CTtr". Jtashion iiv.w...WA iJIi-- Si .... ' Shon. - ii ' fiella Jimold. 3 1 31 1E3E DE Wilkerson and Patsy Miss Krown left Sundav for a Anaerson are in iMcliokibVille lor a short visit to Mis'i Kathleen Hanley visit to Miss Jane Bell. Nicholasville. Uncle Dae Ross has been spending Mrs. Russell Rrown was in Stanford a few days fishing wifli Fisher Herring for a visit of several days with Dr. and on the upper waters of Dix river. Mrs. Brown. Mrs-- . Ben Hughes and daughter Miss Mr. Jessie Thomas and family spent Delia Rice Hughes have been visiting Saturday and Sunday with his parents j Mrs. Robert Walker at Perrvville. near Stanford. Mi-mi- e ' WilIie . M,isses S.is.jlldiS, , LAST CALL FOR CITY TAXES- Reverend J W. Beagle will go to Hustonville October the 19th to begin a series of meetings. Mrs. Oscar Hendren and children of Madison, are gutests of Misses Bessie and Eunice Prather. Mesdames J. C. Robinson; R. E. iienry ana .uiss ueien Koninson, were visitors in Danville Monday. Mrs. Emma Elkin is at home after a protracted visit to Mr. and Mrs. Sherley Elkin. at Fairmont West Va. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Carpenter and son Master J. T. Carpenterof Versailles are with relatives here this week. Miss Annie Davis McRoberts of Stanford was ever Saturday with her cousin Miss Letty Mae McRoberts. Mrs. D. B. Pelphrey and little haugh-te- r ; I have been visiting Mrs. Pelphrey's father Mr. W. A. Carson of Stanford. Miss Mary Miller of Lexington, was one of a motoiing party to visit Lan- H00S1ER 8 DISC WHEAT DRILLS SSS.00 Brim Drills. caster the latter part of the past week. Mrs. Fisher D. Gaines and little son, of Danville were with Mrs. Gaines mother, Mrs.Arthusa Curry.the first ot the week. i t Fertilizer Disc Wheat Ensilage Cutters, Gasoline and Kerosine Engines Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bourne were in Lexington last week visiting their children, Mr. and Mrs. C. IL Clark and Mrs James B. Bourue Jr. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Loyd.of Lexington were guests on Saturday at Hotel Kengarlan. Mr.s. Loyd was formerly Miss Fannie Frazee af Maysville. a EJafgLW ftigcJLic i 0. j Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie and Miss Martha Gill were in Danville for a synodical meeting as delegates from church societies here. j the Presbyterian Miss Kathleen Hanley a frequent visitor of Miss Minnie Brown was unit-- ( ed in marriage at her home ,'n Nicholasville on Monday to Mr. R. J. Sellman, of Memphis, Tenn. MVV6 &rtt)tSttJ.&it0 Now's The Time For Filling Up if your coal bin is empty or even half full. It's folly to wait until you have to scrape up (he last scuttle from the bottom of the bin. Order now, get the benefit of lowest market pricss and run no risk of delay on account of earlier Mrs. Jack Beck who has been visiting her cousin Mrs. Emma Daniels, left for a visit to friends in Louisville and Indianapolis after which she will join her husband in Denver. Mrs. H. S. Gay will return this week from Knoxville, Tenn., where she has been in attendence of her daughter Mrs. Grace Caldwell, who has fully recovered from typhoid fever. Mrs. Thomas Turner and son Mr. John Turner of Lexington returned home Monday after a visit of several days with her daughters Mesdames Noah Marsee and Joe Turner. Garrard has begun the, establishment of moonlight schools, for the banishment of illiteracy from the county Miss Skinner being the first to inaugurate this praise worthy enterprise. The Chautauqua Circle wich has just been reorganized with an enrollment of 18 members, met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie. The subject now under discussion is "Through England with Tennyson." J orders. J I Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. fefedkfehtf omen. i must be paid without further delay, as j2 BY MISS MARY CHESNT'TT Musksrury Ky. r l must maKe a settlement with the SS&'F'": r 't. w -- titOEt&tSHE-K;city at once, ine uooks are ready and in my hands, the City need? the money, CREAM PIE. it is past due and unless paid without further delay considerable trouble and Mrs. Ed. C. Gaines is recovenmg 2 cups of cream, yolks of ."i eggs. J cup of butter. from a 10 days' illness. Master Claude expense will bo incurred. L. E. Herron. M. C. L. It. Rice Gaines is also upon the sick list. 1 cup of sugar. 2 tablespoons of Hour. 1 tablespoon of Jil(y. Mesdames Henry Moore, W. S. Wring Flowers. Flavor pie to iuit taste. Carrier, Wm. Champ and S. N. Davis The kind of flowers that are Gttlnc were recent visitors in the city of Dan- for a woman to wear depends upon her ville. ae and personal appearance. Blos" All Ladies Suits. Coats' awl Drtses soms that are becoming to a youuc; girl Dr. G rover Ross and family of Berry look out of place on the elderly woue so:u ny Jan. 1st. S C3LUM. YUL'LL HSL 1 N Logan. Anderson & TmnliooH Ky, are guests at the home of his par- man, and the woman wliu is tail can aniiifin'.n&Esagi m i.ii ents Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Ross in the wear certain varieties which the one Crtll on me for all kiwis of fruit a Jt who Is short cannot. county. ornamental trees", shrtlte. hedge ; A Banksia s are for the quite youn; House for rent. A, II. Bastin. Mrs. Wni. Kerr and son of Lexington girl. Violets are charuiins for either Strawberry plants. Bveryti:,g r and Miss Martha Brashearof Cynthiana youth or age. Daisies belong only to the lawn awl garden. I reprefc;' l .. !ens Suits half price at Moors. were recent guests of Miss Susie youth. Pansiest best misery known. fitted for riper Brashear. age, though the pansy eyed girl looks Ja.. A. Koystor . S Rooms for rent. Miss Fannie Bishop Pnone No. 200. well with them. Chrysanthemums look Lancaster. K Mrs. John Ballard's many friends well on youth or maturity, but do not Fresh oysters and celery at Zimmers. will be glad to know she has sufficiently seem to belong to the old Roses beSchool Tar. recovered from her recent illness to long to all ages, but need to be chosen Goods 50 and 7j cts. on the dollar Have been due since Julv 1st. I t ase driving be out with care as to their color and size. at Moores. call at once a:il settk' ami tveo-- . ... Lilacs can only be worn by a tall figJames G. Conn is over from Wilmore poppies for the peE. W. Hr.rris. Treas. looking after his farm, and came in ure. Neither are House and on Lexington street, tite nor things that grow In branch for sale or lot and "handed us that $" for the Record form. Snowdrops that would look foolrent. Mrs. Susan Fisher. j Fruit-o- f every variety at Zimmtrs for anotfier year. ish on a middle aged woman look Ladies and childrens low cut shoes Farm For Sale Mr. and Mrs. Alex Walker and little sweet on a young girl. Lilies ot the half price at Moores. valley are for youth or middle age. K6 2- -j acres 4 miles from . daughter. Misses Robinson. Azell and belong to youth, will sol! as a whole or in tv tracts Hatcher motored to Lexington for the Mignonette does not 5 dozen pairs rubber boots, half price nor do sweet peas and daffodils belong 11(5 " with improvements or (5 day last Saturdav. at.-t- s to age, but any one can wear the fra- at Logan, Anderson & Tomhnson's. unimproved. X. H. Bogie. grant carnation. Exchange. Among the list of honor students of Lexington. K We will pay 20e cash for egg and 21c the Senior Class of the Louisville High for candled eggs. II. B. Xorthcott. Unmoral and Immoral. School is that of a former Lancastrian, For Sale Are you unmoral or lmmoralV Do ' James C. Hemphill, Jr. Come to the closing out sale of the not answer too quickly, for If you are Sixty acres of land. 2i miles- frc Mesdames Alex West and Bettie only unmoral we may be ablo to over- - R. H. Batson stock of goods. Lancaster on Sugsr Creek pike. G 1 Frank Moore Dudderar will return Saturday from a look it. Unmoral stands to Immoral ln house, barn ami plenty r water. visit to their sister, Mrs. much the same relation as nnregener-at-e Hermlon & Walker. Lancaster. K L0ST:-Pai- r stands to degenerate. If you com- of gold nose glasses on Samuel Yantis in Indianapolis. mlt some act of which the arbiters of Crab Orchard pike. If found kindly Ksiilscky Red Berkshire For Sale. The Woman's Club entertained on ethics disapprove the category tUat return to Record ollice. Wednesday evening at 8:30 in the Club you go in all depends on whether the I have 10 nice young loar W. JI Malum. for sa Room in compliment to the popular arbiters have previously brought the They are from Anna Bell and Fa-c- v ethical constitution and bylaws to your bride-elec- t. Miss Lettv Mae McRoberts. We can save you big money on Suits Lady, the choice of my Inrd. notice. If they have already told you W. II. Denny. Lancaster Ky. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Cherry of Crab that a certain thou shalt not exists and Overcoats. tf Logan, Anderson & Tomliiison. Orchard, and Miss John Eva Hilton of then you are immoral If you disobey it. Wanted. Stanford motored to Lancaster Monday If. however, you are still ln an state of sheer savagery then j Just received, car of cannel eoal from and were guests of Mrs. R. II. Batson. Wanted to rent a farm of about ! 0 you are merely unmoral, and Instead ' the Harlan county coal fields, that we acres. .Money rent. Can give satisMr. and Mrs. C. E. Galloway of being the victim of execration and are selling at 14 cts in yard and l.'cts E. B. Creech. announce the birth of contumely you are entitled to all the delivered. We also have the best and factory reference. I.ancastei Kj. Clav Mason aim .quaiiis ul -- "J I tarRe3t nnt coal and different Rnules'of emo.umeius ,. , ... on Oct. tth, at 4 A. M. other savage, ignorance ot the civil . . reasor.- Clarks best thread cts at Mcores. or criminal laws excuses no one, but lUIli?, which we aic selling; st weight Hi Ignorance of the moral law does count ablo prices. Also received a car Richmond, Ky. of Kanawah Salt. for a little these discriminate days. EXPERT STOVE POLISHER. H. B. Northcott. Mrs. Mary Woolfolk who has been Ellis O. Jones in Lippincott's. Bill Farris. expert stove cleaner ail visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Bourne polisher. Headquarters, store of J. R. Good Advertisement. was called to her home in Lexington by WANTED Father Is an advertising man and Mount, Son and Co. the serious illness of her son John, he having been operated upon for ap- has had the misfortune to be laid up L Information as to whereabouts I have 217 acres of good land on Paint with the rheumatism. For some time, pendicitis. Lick creek, that I will sell in three when he has been able to walk at all, Amelia Murphy (colored) If living, Misses Altha, Ethel and Liliie Jones he has limped along at a snail's gait if dead as to her relatives, tracts or as a whole. This land is G. B. Swinebroad, Atty. entertained in a most charming man- with a cane. Things seemed blue known as the Lafanial Cotton farm. ner, the Philathea class of the Baptist enough, but It was for his small son to Lancaster, Ky. J. A. Cotton, little church, in their home on Tuesday point out that which, In the beneR, F. D. No. 2 boy's mind, was one of the large Delightful refreshments evening. PD. Richmond, Ky. fits of the situation. SHALL FARM OR LOTS were served. They had walked down the street toMrs. F; B. Marksbury and Miss Elsie gether, and dad had been stopped sevNOTICE. FOR SALE. Morrow, of Lancaster, were visiters in eral times by people who wished to The Garrard Bank and Trust Comwas the matter or to inDanville last Monday. Mrs. George know what was progressing. I have sixteen acres of land, front- pany, Assignee of H. T. Logan, hereby Robinson, Mrs. Lewis Walker, Miss quire how the disease "Do you know, dad, this Is some ad- ing on pike, within six miles of 3 county notifies all of said Logan's creditors Martha Kavanaugh and Miss Nancy vertisement?" said the son enthusiasseats, close to school and churches, that said Bank as such Assignee will Walker, of Lancaster, were in Dan- tically. which I. will sell as a whole or in lots on the 23 day of November 1914 move ville last SaturdayDanville Messenger "What Is?" groaned his father. the Court to release him as such Asup and walking of two acres or more "Being all crippled Mrs. W. R. Cook entertained at an Also 3J acres, fronting on pike, has signee of said H. T. Logan this the 2nd poky with a cane." replied the son. on Wednesday informal . "I never did see so many people pay spring of everlasting water. Posses- day of Oct. 1914. afternoon in compliment to the bride so much attention to you before." sion at once. Will sell on easy terms. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. elect, Miss Letty Mae McRoberts. The G. B. Swinebroad, Assignee of H. T. Logan. Father was too stiff and sore to whip invitation lis't was limited to the bridal him. Indianapolis News. Lancaster, Ky. . 10 All taxes due the City of Lancaster i j favorite R ecipes Jell nown trt r ! .J ro-.e- ', ' 2-.- j I 1 pd 10-3-- tea-pouri- 8-- s Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Oct 15, 1914. COMMISSIONER'S A. IMPORTED McEo"beits Drug" Store I Four StrongPouits mssm thence in a northeast course to a sugar How's This? tree near the top of the cliff of Kentucky river, thence with the cliff to Rich We offer One Hundred Dollars ard Cecil's line; thence with Cecil's line Reward for any case of Catarrh to Jessie Casey s line; thence with Casey's line to line ot above tract; that cannot be cured by Hall's thence with said line to the beginning, Catarrh Cure. containing 10 acre, more or less, see F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We have in stock this season a full line of We. the undersigned, have known F J. D. B. U. page 545 said office. Cheney for the last 13 years, and beliee GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Lot 5. Tnat tract of land containing him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry 145 acres and was conveyed to Geo. H. put any obligations made bv his firm. Ruble bv Everett Cheatham Sept. 19 NATIONAL. BANK OF COMMERCE. J. F. Cook & Co., Plaintiffs. 1905 D. B. 21 page 24 bounded thus : Toledo. O Hall's Catarrh Cure Is VS. Beginning where the Hickman road acting directly upon the taken Intemalh blood and muG. H. Ruble, et al, Defendants, crosses White Oak on the west by said cous surfaces of the system Testimonials besides the ordinary papers we are carrying. creek on the north and eastbv the lands sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold and of J. A. Pullidm and heirs of W. S. by all Druggists. Take Hall Family PHI for conflict..: n. J. H. Baughman, et al, on n Poor (now Smalley). on the East by J. Plaintiffs, S. lson on the south by the Hickman VS. and Harrodsburg road, containing 145 G. H. Ruble, et al. Defendants. acres. Lot No. 6 lies on th-- j waters of White rursuani 10 a juUermeni renriorpri ar Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. bounded the June Term, 1914, me undersigned Oatc creek andstake B as follows: Be to Commissioner will sell at public auction cinnineofat a Elizabeth cornerwidow the Arrive. Mrs. Poor before the Court House Door in Lan- dower L. Poor, deceased, thence of No 10; 5:00 a. m. N William caster, Kentucky, at ll o clock, A. M. 20J W 29 poles to a stake corne: to To Maysville, connecting at Richmond or thereabouts, on said dower, thence S 78 W 18 poles to with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; D. corner to dower and lot No. 2 in the MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1914, divisionof W. L. Poor's estate thence at Winchester with C & O to Lexing being the Brst day of the Garrard S 72 W 84 poles to a stake cor- ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & it County Court Term, th following real ner "to lot No. 2, in said division, Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. estate which is bounded and des- thence S 22 E 44 poles to a Gum Black No 71; 8:35 a. m. cribed as follows: Nine tracts nf Oak, thence N 58 E 79 poles tc the land in Garrard Countv. Kentnrkv H. beginning, containing 25 acres. To Rowland & Stanford connecting Clean Milling. Good Wheat. joining and contigious to each other Tract No. 7. is bounded as follows: at Rowland, L & N to all points South and thus bounded. beginning at a stake near a Gum tree No 28; 11:04 a. m. Tract No. I. Being tract inherited bv thence S 58 W 27.3 Doles to a stake in .aie uuoie irom ner father Jas. G. Asa Brown's line, thence NJ E 4$ pol- To Richmond, connecting with L & Poor being lot No, l in the division of, es to a staKe corner to Elizabeth Jane N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington said Poor's teal estate. Said division ! Poor, thence N 86 E 19 poles thence N having been made in 1876 and the same 77i E 9 poles to a stake in the line of & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. KWffii is recorded in Garrard County Court J. H. Dickerson, thence S 2$ E 16.4 No 70; 11:50 a. m. Clerk's Office in D. B. 2, page 478 and poles to the beginning, containing 5 a To Richmond, connecting with fast tmumctmmfi described as follows; acres, 1 rood 37 poles. Beginning at a stone corner to samp No Bleach. No Blend. Tract No. 8, also lies in Garrard Co. train to Cincinnati.2:09 p. m. . nn mv No 27; parcel to lot No 2insaiddivision, thence en the waters of Kentucky River, beN 81 W 2i poles to a stake corner to ginning at a stake D corner to dower To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon dower; thence with the dower line S in the original division of the landed Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling 3(i W 25 poles to a white oak; thence estate of Wm. S. Poor, and also corner Green, and at Bardstown Junction to If Bleached and Blended Flour questions your S 101 E 51J poles to a stone corner to tc tract No. 1, in said division, thence dower, thence S 71J V 34$ poles to a N 12 E 4J poles to E corner to dower Bardstown & Springfield. health, why take a chance? Use stone corner, thence N 30J W 373 poles and lot No. 5, thence N 24 E 67 poles No 9; 8:42 p. m. to a stone corner to Brown, thence N to F corner to lot No. 3, thence to two To Stanford, connecting with fast I W 16J poles to a gate post corner to white oaks at G. thence S 12 W 10 polDickerson, thence S 74J V 11 poles to es to a staKe corner to lot No. 1 at H. train to Bristol & Atlanta. a stone corner to second parcel or lot thence with the same N 62J E 84 poles No 2, thence with the line of same S to the beginning, containing 41 acres, lounty Court Days. and be safe. Ui W 34.84 poles to the beginning, it being lot No 2 in said division. Richmond, 1st. Monday. containing 26j acres. kots Isos. 0, 7 and 8 are the same Tract No. 2. Being a part of the di tracts of land sold by Jas. H. Smalley Paris, 1st. Monday. 11 vision ot tne lands of Jas. G. Poor set and wife to G H. Ruble on Sept. 14. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. apart to the widow as her dower and 1910. by deed D. B. 26 page 335. said Harrodsburg, 1st, Monday. one half undivided interest in the said Cletks office. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. tract inherited bv the said Kate Ruble Tract No. 9, beginning at the North Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Irom her father Jas G. Poor, at the edge of the County road, leading from death of his widow and the said Kate the Danville, Lancaster and Nicholas-vill- e Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Ruble purchased the one half interest pike and the Mr, Olivet church Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. ot lot owned oy her from Jennie Ruble. corner to Mrs. Lane, thence along the Danville, 3rd. Monde; . deed dated Dec. 14, 1895, D. B. 14, page west side of another road but exclud Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. .. uarrara vouniv court UerK sotnee, ing the same N 18 V 4.20 chains to a Said tract is bounded as follows:- stone at the northwest side of said Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Beginnmg at a stake near an elm on road, thence still with the west side of Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. the branch corner to David Scott, thence said road N 323 E 16.62 chains to a Somerset, 3rd. Monday. up said branch with its meanders S 40 stake corner to Logan Scott, thence Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. K 16 poles S 35 E 15 poles S 331 W with his line N 883 W 70.S0 chains to a 23.30 poles to a slaku; thence S 20J W stake in his line corner to Fletcher LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. 17.60 poles to a stake corner to lson, lson; thf nee with his line S 30 W Winchester, 4th. Monday. thence S 5 W 80 poles to a white oak 13 61 chains to a stake corner to lson; Monticello. 4th. Monday. corner to King, thence S 771 W 3 poles thence N 87$ 10.70 chains to a stone Versailles. 4th. Monday. to astone corner to lson. thence N 301 corner to said lson and to George RubW 751 Doles to a stone corner rn lnr Mn le: thence S 2 W along the east side 1 in said division of Jas G. Poor land, of the road 8.33 chains to the middle of thence N 74J E 34.12 poles to a stone the afore said countv road; thence with corner to lot No 1, thence S 81 E 20 the said County road with its mandors poles to the beginning, containing 25 to th beginning, containing 21.8 acres acres. & H. Sts The undersigned hereby gve warnconveved to George RuDle bv C. T. Pennsylvania Avenue, Tract No. 3. Being a portion of the Detreitch and wife by deed dated Dec. ing to all persons not to trespass upon land inheritated by Jennie Ruble from 17. 1912. D. B. 29, page 345. said our lands for any purpose whatever as her father Jas. G. Poor, and by deed of clerks office. we will prosecute all offenders to ful record now in D. B. 14, page 91, said Said tracts of land lie together, ad office, dated Dec. 14. 1895, conveyed joining and used as one large farm. est extent of the law. Hunters and. iters, ftlrtfj !i!S this tract of land-tF.SJtt, Oettckil Bill Kate Ruble and acres ot land, more or Fishermen especially take notice. 32.50, $3.00 up. same is bounded as follows: Beginning contaidmg s3U 51.50. $2.00 mi. R. L. Elkin. at a stake near an elm tree on the less. purpose of the sale of the real G. W. Elam. The Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney branch corner to dower in the said diof J. H. vision, thence with said road N 81 V roperty is to 3atisfy the debt including John M. Farra W. G. Anderson taughman. which amounts to, 17j poles to a stake corner to David interest.np to Aug 24, 19I4$15.601.- - J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Scott, thence S 11 V 37 60 poles to the the B. M. Lear. beginning, containing 3 acres. The 00 and the debt of the Farmers National S. C. Henderson. Covin:, to Palm. W. S. Embry Elegant above three tracts containing in all 56 Bank, of Danville. Ky., amounting date A. J. Caddell, including interest 52,050 to said acres. H. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. debt ot Tract No 4. Being a tract of 231 acres the Company, the XVicholasviiie Lum- Sarah J. L. Haekley. Room Grill Room, Jas. G. Conn. amounting to $327.77 to of land on the waters of White Oak ber W. B. Ray. Creek, and being the same conveyed to said date, S. Evans & Company's S. L. Rich. Kate Ruble by Z. T. lson and wife Jan debt amounting to $309.52 to said date. J. C. Morgan. Colonial Furnishings, Library, debt of Charles Deitneh amount 1 1896, deed recorded D. B. 14. page We will add other names for25cent 92, said clerk's office, described as fol ing to $394 35 to said date. J. F. Cook & Company's debt, amounting to cash. Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. lows, sam tract, composed of live of Joseph tracts of land, same which was $560. fO to said date, debt S?43.10 to Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. amounting to inheritated by John W. Poor from his C. VanMeter W. B. Official Directory Of Garrard County. debt said date. father's estate known as Lot No. 8 in amounting to $464.85Hatchett's date. to said A. in the division of the laids of W. S. and cost of this action Circuit Judge Hull. CMtiried Hon.Hnrdm. Pur MANAGER. Poor containing J3 acres. Emmet Commonneltlis Attoruej amounting to $400. No. 2. The same that was conveyed year. said real estate will be ottered in Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. by Martha Bright to John W. Poor seperate parcels and then as a whole Master Commiaaiooer W. H. Brown containing 13 acres. No. 3. The same convtved to John and the bra or bids realizing the largest Trustee Jury Fund Ben. F. Kobluso W. Poor by Jas W. Ballard containing sum will be accepted. The sale will be Official CDiirt Stenographer Mls Sae fehe'bj made on a credit of six and twelve Mason. 118 acres. No. 4. The same that was conveyed months and the purchaser or purchas- County Judge C .a. Arnold. to John V. Poor by Brown and others ers will be required to execute bonds County Attorney G. C. Walker. with approved security for the pur- County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. containing 251 acres. No. 5. The same that was conveyed chase priee due in six and twelve Deputy clerk Harry Tomllnsou. to John W. Poor by Benjamin Hayden months after date, bearing interest at Coroner J. A. Jone. "MA J. . RICHMOND, KY. six per cent per annum from date until Sheriff ('. A. Kobiusou. and containing 52 acres. I Kl A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS The tract ot land herein referred to paid, said bonds having the force and Deput) hLeriff iirorge T. Ballard as tract No. 4 of 231 acres is more effect of a judgment upon which exe- Superiniendant oi Mli' Jennie Hlg Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life cution may issue, payable to W. H. gins. specifically described thus;- State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of KenBrown. Master Commissioner of the Assessor Pave Zanders. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition (Tract A.) Beginning at a stake at tucky. Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new E. corner to lot No. 2; thence with Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will Deputy Aseor E. B. Kay model school, new manual training building, practice dower N 86 E 21 poles to a rock in the be reserved upon the property sold un Jailer Dave Boss. school, department of agriculture, a well equipped edge of a pond at F; thence S 63 E 19 til all the purchase money is paid., Supervlior of KoJds Cleveland Bonrne. (lynmasiiini. Domestic Science. First Term begins W poles to a stake at G; thence S 77J E September 7. Second Term November 1G, Third Term W. H. BROWN, 31. C. G. C. C. Treasurer J. . Elmore. 22 poles to a slake at I; thence N 12 E January 25, Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens MAGISTRATE.- -. 7tf poles lo a stake at 2; thence V 45 Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. June 14, Catalogue Free. j. ,;. criAIllli:, President. J. X. White l,t, Diit. 3 poles to a stake at F, corner to lot Logan I son 2nd. l!-t- . No. 2; thence with the same S 24 W to the beginning, and containing 23 acres Statement Of The Ownership, Manage- John S. 11dm :ird. DUt James Ouldlrou ttb. of land. COUNTY BOARD OF Ell'CATIOlt (B) A tract of land on the waters of ment, Circulation, Etc., Required White Dak Creek beginning at a white Thomps Arnold. Jr. 1st. Dist oak tree corner between Brogle and R. D. McMurtrj. 2nd. Dist. By The Act'Of August 24, Green thence an East course to branch O. J. lleudren. 3rd. Dist. thence down said branch to the corner Thomas P. King. 4th. Dist. 1912. thence a west course to a stake in CITY OF LANCASTER. Green's field thence South to the be Of The Central Record published Mayor L.O. DaUdson. ginning, containing 13 acres, more or less. See D. B. U. page 415, said office. Weekly at Lancaster. Ky., for October City Judge J. P. I'rather. City Attorney J. E. Rcbiusoc. (C) A tract of land on White Oak 1914. CltyCWk F.G. Hurt. Creek beginning at the corner of lot Editor, J. E. Robinson. City As8essorIohn M. Mount. No. 4 in division lands of Wm Hogan, Managing Editor. R. L. Elkin. City Treasurer W. F. Champ. thence W 12 poles to a corner of Manager, R. L. Elkin, Chief Poilce L. E. Herron. N 90 poles to Pulliam's corner W Business COUNCILMEK 1.32 poles to Brown's corner N 63 W Publisher, The Central Record, Incor60 poles N 34 E 76 poles W 50 poles N porated. J. II. Dalton Parker Gregory. Sam Cotton. 117J W 31 poles N 33$ W 40 poles N 20 Owners; (If a corporation, give its W. M. Zanone. W 2 poles to the mouth of White Oak names and W. O. Goodlne the names and addresses of Dr. J. A. Amon. 198 poles E 92 poles to a On the above date, beginning promptly at 10 a. S 42 E of said lotN 83 4 thence S to the stockholders holding 1 per cent or more corner No. beginning containing 118 acres more or of total amount of stock. If not a corm. we will offer a choice lot of less. See Deed Book T, page 133, said poration, give names and addresses of office. individual owners.) (D) Tract of land on White Oak Creek beginning at a white oak tree The Central Record. J. E. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. 13 W 72 a spring running and other stock at public auction to the highest bidder. near white walnut and N sassafras poles Francis C. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. to a 2 trees line poles Our last court day sale was such a marked success in Grantswoods thence S 87 E 571 thence R. L. Elkin, Lancaster. Ky. to 3 dog and one beech, Known bondholders, poles to Is THE proper thing we have decided to hold these sales regularly S 13 E 72 87 W 571an ash toand walnut other security holders, mortgages, 1 and holding per poles thence N the beginfor a lady or gentlening, containing 251 acres. See Deed cent or more of total amount of bonds, Book W page 447 said office. man to present nowamortgages, or other securities: (If (E) Tract of land on the waters of there are none, so state.) days, when making Already a large amount of stock has been listed for sale on OCTOBER White Oak creek, beginning at a beech None. calls. and white oak stump Fugate's old line COURT DAY. Cattle are in great demand in Boyle, County at good prices. If Ayerage number of copies of each 1 W 92 poles to a stake thence Come and see what any for sale bring them to us for above date. Sales are he'd rain or thence N you have S 88 W 73.8 poles to a stake; thence S issue of this publication sold or disshine. Our pens are covered and your stock will be fully protected. 25 poles to an ash stump thence tributed, through the mails or othera beautiful line of 3 COL. I. M. DUNN, the noted stock auctioneer, has been engaged to con- S 89 W 50 poles to a stake in the cen- wise, to paid subscribers during the samples we have and ter of a small branch; thence up the duct the sale. If you have any stock for sale list it now. get our prices for 50 same with the central meanders there six months preceding the date shown of S 56J E 14.44 poles; thence S 38 E above. (Ihis information is required or more. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 11.3 poles; thence S 14 E 2 4 poles to a I from daily newspapers only. stake in center of branch; thence N 88 y R. L. Elkin, E 91.3 poles to the beginning, containSworn to and subscribed .before me ing 42 acres 2 rods and 8 poles. See RECORD CENTRAL this twelfth day of Oct 1914. George Deed Book U page 545 said office. Notary Public. (My com(F) A tract adjoining above, be- Smith, Danville, Ky.- - ginning at a stake cornerthsabove tract mission Jr., Phones 7 and 76. expires February 10, 1918. Wall Paper. OATMEALS SALE OF LAND. VOTE FOR 7 J. F. HObTZCfeAW OF GARRARD COUNTY Nominee oi The Progressive PartJ FOR CONGRESS. Of The 8th Congressional District of Kentucky For Protection of Labor. Nation Wide Prohibition. 1914. cross-petitio- is a vote against Chilb Labor, against Competition of Ftee Labor with Convict Labor. For State and L. &N. YOUR INFLUENCE SOLICITED. Election November 3rd. g B. F. HUDSON, President, W. O. Rigney, As3't Ca3h"r. J. J. WALKEK. Vice Prest. r. Joe J. Walker. Jr.. Book-Keepe- g it W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ORGANIZED 18S3. e Citizens Capital $50,000. National Bank Surplus $40,000. I OF LANCASTER. KY. This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with U3, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. GLEN LILY IH Garrard M HW UO. Tin J rifts Rr Jkr i Oiaw II Check WESa 1 Basilar L-- w for the money you ov e 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. WASHINGTON DALS at I8th 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 jtj o Appointments, Indian Tea ilBiaigg IIWIBM i BIB if 1 i HBs SslHiPwi iiswillllilaHa i sep-era- te FIREPROOF Cannot burn never leak look well and are inexpensive. They cover the best homes, churches, schools and public buildings all over the country. For Sale by 7 CLIFFORD M. LEWIS Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company. 50 North 23rd if W-TM Street. Philadelphia. I j&l mS!P -- 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-- 43 Days' Treatment. Dakota Jack's Con boy Liniment Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Price 1 0c. 3 bars .OX C. C. & ON SALE 2-- Dl-t- , ST ,EH . SALES yMFB HHIH T ORIGINATOR OF t r" J? itej. $1.00 m 25c 25c AT DSJ&&K PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS J. E. Stormes and R. E. JlcRocerts. J At Danville, Kentucky, Fu-ga- te AWELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box of our sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If you have not yet tried any or all ot them you don't know what a fine treat you have been missing. Don't keep on missing it. Order a box and commence enjoying yourself. to-d- ay County Court Day, Oct 19th Horses, Mules, Hogs, Sheep Cattle. A Neatly Engraved Visiting Card that Lancaster tling CO. We Write Anv Kind of BotPhoae 202. EVERY COURT DAY. 12-7- I INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. Danville Ice & Goal 60. J. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Phone 27. ju Ptf y r.m 'vV- j 'V'tAt,. (ic - - "C A The Central Record, Thursday Oct 15 1914. SUNDAY Page 7 SCHOOL CASTORIA WjftJJ 3S-o- Lesson III. Fourth Quarter, For Oct. 18, 1914. 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Thirty Years yf3?0 Guaranteed undcrlhe Foode Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA THE CChTAUR COM PA NT, NEW VOBlt CTT A Thisk cf it.Mr Farm cr.he re's a remedy for hoc choiera HOW ItftTlrt. tio ( rnlH imn a "f Jicul fltforanfri can joa aftord to take chances against hoir c'jclera fHi . ntfRfilv n tnrh terms? trhftn van nn le fVi Legally nv SI&KilCTEED for Hog fTfaoIppn MfftBWlw CURE M'mv fwrrmt ti that is imarantecd to cure and Lnown remedy. hoc cholera. It does the work better than any otherguarantee. At It did not. it would not be sold on such a strong Write for Ireo booklet tellini how to save your boss. Drnddtsts. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. Lexington. Ky. Bnurhon Hon Cholera Rerrrodv 0 of Himself and His approaching sufferings, in a way that we cannot understand, lie comforted that little band with the Incomparable words of John .iv, xv. xvi and prayed Jhe prayer of John xvli, sili a prayer as wa- - never prajed on earth before or since. Then they sang a hymn and went out into the mount of Olives (verse :Mi. lie went forth over the brook Cedron. because His son Israel had turned against Him and would not have Ilim (Ex. iv. T2; Vs. Ixxxi. Ill We cannot but think of His father David going forth over the same brook because his t.on lebelled against him (II Sain, xv, :5). but OS truly as David returned and reigned when the rebellion was over, so shall the Son of David return and reign i when Israel's rebellion is over Having entered a garden in (John xviii. li. lie said to Ills disciples. "Sit je here while I shall ipray."' and. leaving eight of them. He took Peter and James and John and wont a little farther and began to be sorrowful and very heavy (verse XI; Matt. xxvi. o7i. Putting the three rec-- i ords together as well as we can. it seems to have been like this: He was withdrawn from the three favored disciples about a stone's cast, saying to them. "My soul is exceeding sorrowful unto death. Tarry ye here and watch with me." Then He wnt for-- , ward a little and kneeled down and fell on His face on the ground and pra.ied. saying. "O my Father, if it be possible let this cup pass from me, nevertheless, not my v, ill but Thine be done." And there appeared an angel unto Him from heaven, strengthening Him. And. being in an agony. He prayed more earnestly, and His sweat was as it weio great drops of blood falling down to the ground. (Matt. xxvi, Mark xiv. Luke xxil. Geth-scinane :;7-::'a."-::i- ;; 41-1- m pj HPJPJi PJPJPJPJ PJPA MM PJPJPJB pf 1 111 Bw.ti:3ib R.'YpatfclKliMJ! I IIWIC- - I Dr. Henry Duncan's Harber Shop. Wm. To have your Vehicle and Autos Repaired and Painted for the Winter before the rush, and be ready. HZSF5. j, Pnor, Surgeon Kentucky s Livery Stable -- Veterinary at Itainey Lancaster. Office -- and Dentist. - We Are Thoroughly Prepared With every modern equippment to ypgSrt5 w x3-'JS?- II, IT. Momsw, GnuIitiUe 0;tic:air make repair in the best possible manner. Our Painting department is unsurpassed We give'-oupersonal attention to every job and guarantee you perfect satisfaction. r and THE NEW Opposite Pos; ORit-- Barber Shop Bath In Connection. J. E. Seale,Prop Fine Gut FULL STOCK OF NEW VEHICLES OF ALL VARITIES We can save you money on all kinds of vehicles and will, appreciate a call from you. Flowers For Every Occasion John M. McRoberts. accurately any seed from the smallest flax see to the largest cow pea. Will sow Then He came to the three and found them asleep and saith unto Peter: "Simon, steepest thou'; Couldcst thou not watch with me one hour? Watch ye and pray lest ye enter into temptation The spirit indeed is willing, but the llesh is weak." He went away the second time and prayed the same words, and returned and found them asleep u again, and they did not know what to ri answer Him. He went away and prayed the third time, saying the same words. Then He came the third time to the three and said. "Sleep on now, and take your rest, it is enough, the hour is come: BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS behold, the Son of Man is betrayed 'into the hands of sinners." Then He LOWER PRICES ON FORD GARS relumed to the eight and found them also sleeping for sorrow, and said: Effecthe from August 1. H'l-- to August 1. 1913 ami "Why sleep yei Uise and pray lest guaranteed against any reduction during that time ye enter into temptation." This at- S490. story of that TOURING CAR j tempt at a conservative awful night in the garden may not be S440. RUNABOUT quite correct in every detail, hut it is Do it for $690. j helpful even to try to do it. TOWN CAR yourself, and you will be blessed in M,uipirt F O. P. Dftrnit nil r doing it In th I mtud -- i.itt if Aimrl'- only i It is clear that He praed three Furtner. we will be able to obtain the maximum times, that He found them three times efficiency in our factory production, and the mini, sleeping, that He sweat, as it were. mum eot in our purchasing and sales departments drops of blood, that an angel strength if we can reach an output of IlOO.COtl cars between ened Him. that after His agony lie the above dates. And should we reach this production, we agree to pay as the buyer's share from was able to rise up and go to meet 1, 191.") to JU to SCO p, r car (on or about August nis enemies. every retail buyer who pui chases a new Foul car What shall we say of the favored between August 1. 1914 and August 1, 1915. three who were also wirli Him at the raising of the ruler's dan .'liter and on For further particulars regarding these low prices the mount of transfigura ion and two g plan set Madison Garage. and of them honored to luiiu to 1 tin the ass' colt and to prepare the Passover--Wha- t about their sleeping at His transfiguration (I.uke ix. yj). as well as in the garden, ami the fact that neither glory nor suffering fan keep such mortals as we are awake"? What about the boasting of peter and then .his not being able to watch-onhour'? Oh, the loneliness of If all on His side! "'No man knowetli the Son save the rather." How ran lie continue to love such as we are anil ever hope to make anything out of us? May His patience with us make us more p:i tient with eaeh other As to His own experience in the garden we may be quite certain that He was not shrinking lrom de:ih on the cross, nor was lie asking to lie de livens! from that. We know that the devil tried to'kiil Ilim as a lialie in Hethlchciu and by His own townsmen at Nazareth and NMhly in the storm on the lake, but he could not. for the time had not come. My own convic tion concerning His agony and bloody sweat in Geihsemane that it was smother attempt of the devil to kill Him before the time anil thus prevent His '"TTiTI "i'lii'Vy htir1 fBl A t t f?s I Si j far1'? m p'TJilVrtJrtlWlit'M'fciiiihV'''MiW'"'' great sacrifice for sin on Calvary. The key to it is fiAwd in Helt v. 7. "He offered up prayers and supplications Willi strong crying and tears unto XH ' nnm mfwm Awfrm 1 1 fi P Him that was able to save Him from m death and was heard." It ifc the record of His third weeping. He prayed ' H m ft i&h As i vi 3b J!i wn Zj '99 KiBs mbI iHH to be saved from death, and He was 91 L fff M 9bv IHi llfi IMKU Iii h heard and therefore saved from death, the dentil in the garden which wem-e- d imminent. An angel came to Ilim and strengthened Him that He might go on to the cross and finish the great All Kentucky Drills have the immense advantage of the low atonement for sin which He came to nmke. Yet He was willing to leave hitch, it has also a general purpose disk, being especially good in hard nis work unfinished and die In the garden If nis Father should so will it ground, crusty tough soil, unplowed stubble or root land. Equipped i ' ly I j j profit-sharin1 W. M. ElLiOTT, Physician and Surgeon Cesitr MAIN STREET Kentucky INCORPORATED Co. DANVILLE, KY. LANCASTER. KY. Office Phone 6. Office Hours IJ 1 p.m. to Residence Phone ODi4 c- V 2C ,t S. -- urn "i j rt - B. IP. Phone OS. "WxYTJTTCILancait- DENTIST. K Kentucky Drills. 5 si tt1wh jni IHHi iH & with chilled bearings which are simple and durable, drag bars of heavy Why Nol Publish It. steel, built of the best material throughout. Get our price When vou want a fact to become high carbon generally known, the right way is to and don't experiment with some new thing. Get the Standard of publish it. Mrs. Joseph Kalians, Peru Ind. was troubled with belching, sour Drills, the KENTUCKY. stomach and frequent headaches. She Becker, Ballard & Co PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. writes, "I feel it my duty to tellothers what Chamberlain's Tablets have done for me. They have helped my digestion and regulated my bowels. Since using them I have been entirely well" all dealers. For sale by Queer Fish. Which fish have the power of floatA Dollar Spent With ing and swimming back downward? the Home Merchant This peculiar property is possessed only by the diodon and the tetrodou. Circulates at Home two allied families or tropical tishes and Helns Home Trade globe-fiswhich are popularly known ss The tetrodon is also fotmd off tu? coasts of Cornwall and Itelxud. The faculty is due to the tact that the to Renev on the abdomen of these tishes is much looser than it is on the back, and they have the Hwer to inflate this loose ; skin by swallowing air through the gullet. This ot course enables them to tutu over at will. and. although the vnuoosw Engilon nowrb.' great French naturalist Cuvier did not Tiie following answers were given lu believe that when in this position they could swim as they pleased. Darwin an examination in mi Knglish school: "James the First claimed the throne corrected him and proved that they could swim both forward :sd b.ick- - of England through his grandmother because lie had no Hither." ward in this position. "Monarchy is the suite In wjnch u It is of course well known that tb man nas but oae wife" shark and the dogfish, owing to the "Joan of Arc- - was the wife ot NoaU." peculiar position ot the underjaw. are "Julius Caetiar had n cadaverous obliged to turn on their hacks before and before lie died tie ate two they can seize their prey, and while in brutes." this position they are able to swim foi "In the London paiks the mv ot a very considerable distance. This, .gravity is twelve miles an hour." however. Is done by the muscular force "Gastronomy is the study of the of the tins and tail and not through and heavenly lights." any special apparatus, pucb as the stars 'Quinine is the bark of a tree: camue globelish possesses. St JauMS" Ga- is the bark of a dog." zette. "The Mediterranean and the lied sea uro connected by the Sewage cannl." The Cupboard Was Bare. London Globe The late Dr Masters, who was formerly a missionary in Canton. Cfcina. Mouth of a Whale. afterward lived in P.erkeley. Cal. His Tbe whale rarely, it ever, swallows triend and fellow missionary. Dr. BEythlng larger than a herring AlBoone, returning on furlough, wai exthough the head ts of enormous sice. pected to arrive in San Francisco on from to the length a certain day. Dr. Masters crossed the of the body, and the mouth fifteen to bay to the city; he meant to meet Dr. j twenty feet long and si to eight feet Boone und his party, ana. alter spendwide, the opening of the gullet is not ing tbe day In sightseeing, to take larger than a man's tlst- them to dinner at a well known restaurant. Sweet Oil. The sSeamer. Uowever. had reached "Gertie," said a mother to her port earlier than hud been expected, daughter, "here's a dime Ituu and when Dr. Masters got to the dock, his triends bad left, lie made in down to the drug '"store and get rue :i quiries at the principal notels. but bottle of sweet oil Gertie started down the street, hut could not find them. In order to notify bis family tn .Berkeley of the neces- soon came running back to ask. "About inainmaV"-Chicegsary change In plans. Dr. .Masters sent how sweet do you want it. News. Lhem u telegram. Here is the somewhat damaged message that Airs. Startled Him. Masters finally read: "I was outspoken In my sentiments Will come "Can't find the bones. boce to dinner." Youth's Companion. at the club this afternoon." said Mrs. Garrulous to her husband the other fvening. Atavism In Dogs. With a look ot astonishment be reDoge, probably the earliest of domesticated animals, when transferred plied: "I can't believe it, my dear. Who to a tropical country, such as central outspoke you?" Natiodal Monthly. Africa, lose in a few generations most Heredity. of the characteristics they have acThis information Is gleaned from cirquired in Dsrope. and revert more and more to the t.f pe of the Jackal and the cus stuff: "The acrobat of today is wolf. Then their ears, whatever their turning the same somersaults his greatbreed, tend to become pointed, their grandfather did in the little circus of coats turn sandy or rufous und their yesteryears." Seem remarkable that bark becomes a howl. Some attempt somersaults are hereditary. Toledo has been made to show that this is Blade. the result of disease and resembles the effect of malaria on the human The Limit. constitution. Yet the Egyptian dog of Gabe Tbey tell me that Blank is an pharaonic times possessed., as is seen awful grouch. Steve He sure Is. He by the monuments, these very char- Is the kind of fellow who blames bis acteristics, and as he was certainly face because tt needs a share. Cincindomesticated before the European .ani- nati Enquirer. mal It Is probable that these are original features of the race. New York Doubt, or any sort cannot be removSun. ed except by action. Uoethe. h. j GARRARD COUNTY FISCAL COURT H. 1914. llou-- e J. PATRICK, Dcsrttist. Kentucky I August Special Term, August 22, Don't Forget That Subscription Tiie question being under the con-- i IZ u. m. 8 Oihce Hours ', to 7lo9p-sideration of the Fiscal Court concern-- i Phone 229. lto, ingthe condition of the Garrard County tTlllirt House- - !he vnnlf c if tut. aauii; .....j v.. !.. M. K . Benny and W. , containing the Public Records, the of tiie different Court Rooms and Doctors Of Den!:l Surgerj. the various oihce rooms in the Court House anu tlieiiuestio.i being before the court on motion and the same liemg : Tt im KnruTt'.r submitted to the court for vote, it is tiie opinion of the court that the said LANCASTER KENT l KY Court ilou.se and the various named ueparlmwits need repaiungandinmai respects remodeling and ills the opinion Go. 01 me court mat. me sum ot SIu.llOO.DU should be appropriated for the purpose of said work as herein after speciticallv Leading Manufacturing L con-iditi- called. Bond Election to Repair Court Pamt Lick, i ifeler tVictor Boperf by suggests that said appropriation be made and does hereby recommerd the same, that is that the sum of Slo.l'OO.tio. f ren,,Tlin1-0- , th? lotAioSrSC SiUlJUi ICFC JGWCSCJ 5 & 9mnnlfaPC 133-13- 5 one-)uart- one-thir- d the tw-- vaults ami changing the tlon of the same m tin, !" II........ :n necessarv for ivmriiliin.r i.. .,.., i found to be neccessary: for remodeling and repairing the Circuit Court Room ami remoueiing. repairing, ar.d over hauling the Court House for the purpose of making :t neat anil comfortable and to put in the same a system of heating and to put water from the! Lancaster Y. ater AVorks in the same ' It is therefore ordered uml ,.,i;...i i . ...". liv the Fie.i1 iin.. nr t' i Kentucky that at tiie Regular Election io uv i.eiu in uariard t ounty on third dav of Xovcmlup mi.t .... ..i.....:the ... shall beheld and a poll shall beopentd at Which nil Iet'al . '""T, West Main St -- - Kentucky. New York, Urusseis. it ,, -- - o shall be privileged to vote on the ques- w... ln iavor of issuing bonds, the purpo.se of remodeling aim repairing me court House of Hereford Bull uarraru county Kentucky, for a sum not exceeding si; 5. 0(H). 00 " SEASON 191 4. It is further ordered that an election be iield and noils lie iinor.o.1 ., ..u .1. voting Precincts in G?nrard t.oun. , the .Sheriff of Garrard county he and Two miles from Lancaster on the lie is iiereoy directed to advertise said election and the objects thereof, for at Richmond pike. least oOdays next before thereof, in the Central Record, it being the news pa R. E. per having the largest circulation in said County and further advertise the same by printed hand bills, posted up not less than four public places inat or voting precinct in Garrard County each , and , TI.,o.. .1 also at the fnnrl ..W..01- - uuur, -inecierK of the Court is ordered to furnish a certified copy of the order to said Sher- 111. it let flirt hot rwJrti-rt,- l l i. :c .1 vote hereby ordered is in favor of said yu..u iue, men tne Fiscal Court will tr oairl rn in OUenipnr : "" ww auu1 .unuer iir 1 Art,,c,e 4 Kentucky Statutes a lur """.",c "1'ier oiaiuies relating to subject issue bonds in any sum not this exceeding 515,000.00. for. the purpose of repainng and remodeling the Court House of Garrard County Kentucky and to be issued upon such terms as to time of payment and to payment of interest and sale of Bnds as the Court Everything for Orchard. Lawn and in its discretion may deem Lest.hut the bonds are not to be sold for less than Garden. their face value or bear greater rate than six per interest at a Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. cent rif-annum from 1af,. uiiui iiaiu.interest nt;i ..:. A true copy. & Sons. attest J. W. Hamilton, Clerk Lexington, Kentuckv county court. C. A. Robinson, Sheriff of Garrard Co. Nurserymen since 1841. n,y Registered Service $2,00 Cash. HENRY. ---- .!-.- TREE Strawbeny Plants Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs,' Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. r -- H.F.IIillenmeyer "u 1 j .V. Page b The Central Record, Thursday Oct 15, 1914. SUFFRAGE President of vllle: Sirs. Crozier-FrencSuffrage Association, the Tennessee Dudley. President of ana the Mrs Guilford e Association, will Nashville Sum-newill make the ronvtntlon Dr. Shaw the annual address on that evening, and the convention will celebrate the November 3d victories for women suffrage. Fiiilaj. .November 13, Voter's Evening of the will be held under the Men's Le.igue for Woman Suffrage, with Mr James Lets Laldlaw, of New oik, presiding At the evening meeting on Saturdaj there will be a discussion of Mis. State and National campaigns, with Miss Carrie Chapman Catt. of New York, Alice Stone lllackvvtll, of Boston, editor or the Woman's Journal. Mrs Antoinette Funk, of Chicago, and Mrs Glenna Smith Tinnin. of Washington, among the speakers Miss Zona Gale will read a new Friendship Village story, with a suffrage moral On Sundaj afternoon there will be a mass meeting, at which the speakers will be M'ss Jane Addams. Mis. ltoslka Schwimmer. of Iiudapest, Mrs. Uajmond Kobtiins, of Chicago, and Mrs Desha Urecklnridge Mrs. Schwimmer is Secret irv of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance, and Is a most active woik-e- r She Is now for the cause In Hungary making i speaking tour In Ohio, where her audiences are most enthusiastic over Mrs. Ilamond hei eloquence and wit Hobbins is well known as the President of the National Woman's Trade Union League, and Mrs. Breckinridge, of course, needs no Introduction to southern audiences. Sunday evening the officers of the National Association will give a reception to delegates and friends. On Monday the great new- - moving picture suffrage play, "Your Girl and Mine," will be presented This plav comes out under the joint auspices of Mrs. Medill McCor-mic- k and Mr. William N Selig. who, besides being one of the largest producers in the moving picture world, is said to be a convinced suffragist as well Mrs. and Mr Selig have financed th production, the proceeds of which will gc h, e we.-comes mm ADVENTURES ON "R1VEB OF OOOBT" RHEIMS "ROYAL CITY;" , CATHEDRAL WORLD FAMED.' A ASS'M CONVENTION 46TH ANNUAL MEETING OF NATIONAL AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION. Medieval and Renaissance Architzcture Umqiiaied In Europe. . Colonel Roosevelt Tells How the ninth century, dcclated that itheitns Kermit Escaped Drowning, Hiucuiar. the might;, archbishop of ORGANIZED IN 43 STATES WAS SWEPT IITQ RAPIDS. rojal ei.piessiou Too Nearly Gora to Ts-- r Off Cumbersome Clothing a:icl 3iroly Able to Reach Branch of Truj Which Saved His Life Naming of the ll.o Kermit and the Rio Roosevelt. Frum Colonel Kmiaeveli's seventh article descubin his juuinc) in the Brazilian wilderness in Sciilir.ors 2laga.: ne for October, 1S14. Cop) light, till, b) Charlei Scnbner's Sous. I the start Colonel Uimsevelt and the cmiIv stages of his juunie.v Members From All Parts of United States Will Be in Nashville, Tenn., on November 10 and 11 Many Prominent Women Leaders Will Be In Attendance. Suffragists from all parts of the United States will arrive In Nashville, Tennessee, on November 10 and 11, for the Forty-sixt- h Annual Convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, and the delegates will repretiet over sixty branches of the association which hae been organized in forty-thre- e states. There will be women prominent socially, in the professions and in all kinds of reform work. Some of the delegates will come from equal suffrage states, and tht will tell the of otes for women from personal experience. Among them will be JanoAddams, of Hull House, who is now an Illinois voter. .Mrs, Mary C. C. Bradford Superintendent of Public Instruction of Colorado, Miss Helen Eaker, of Kansas, Mrs Frances Munds, of Arizona, and Mrs Catherine Waugh McCullough, of Chicago, as a lawjer and j'tsiice of the peace. The most inter esting women voters, because the will be brand new ones, will com? from states where suffrage amendments are to be voted on Xo ember 2d These states are Montana, Nevadt, North and S uth Dakota, Nebraska, Missouri and Oh o Miss Anne Martin, President of t'iNevada Kqual Franchise Association, writes that she can not miss the Convention, hut. on the other hand, how can she Ieae Nevada until a ' the returns are in, and it usuall tikes a week to know re.Milts there . eve-nlt- ig ' rult well-know- n The v: down tlie "Kiver of Doubt' were i nuV dtiguiito. loaded within a few iiirlis of the vv.ite-r- . and fioni the lery lityiiiulii:; dangerous, rapids made nroKress both Ii.iz.irdoii- ami difficult, lie could form no idea of the tivili.i time it would take to le.ie-tion. "whether six week's of three months." It was on this fVirt of the so nearjourney that Kermit Koose-vel- t ly lost his life by the upsetting of a canoe. Colonel Koosewlt writes- Kermit .veiled to the Meeistii.tn to turn her head so .is to take them in the only way that oiTenvl an whatever of s.afet.v. The water aboard, wave alter wave, as they race'l down. They reached the bottom wit.i the canoe U'irixht, but .so full as barely to lloat. anil the p uliUers uracil her toward the .shine. They had neirh icached the bank when another whirlpool or whirling eildy tore tetn .iw.tv and hurried tl.eiu lmk to midstream, where the dugout idled and turned noe - ov er. Miss Jane Addams, First Vice Presi- dent National American Woman frage Association. Suf- a ' .r Or. Anna Howard Shaw, President Na tional American Woman Suffrage Association. Other delegates, who are leading their state campaigns this year, will be Mrs Harriet TaIor Upton, of Ohio; Mrs Draper Smith, of Nebraska; Miss Jean j nette Rankin, of Montana; Mrs Clara) L Darrow, of North Dakota; Mrs. Wal j ter McNab Miller, of Missouri, andi ' Mrs. John Pjle, of South Dakota. I Pi-iitn- enthusiasm, her and her great of humor, will be there, and Mrs Chi rie Chapman Catt, President of tht lni rnitioinl Woman Suffrage Alliance, and also Chairman of the Kmpire State n Committee, whom ever pmves the greatest statesman ot tiie suffrage movement, for she is eloquent mil at the same time Just, logical and Th call for the convention sas- - "Our ti sk will be to formulate judgment onv those gieat issues of the el.i which near-loni ern women; to choose leadeis who, dying the coming year who are to guide. Hit f ,itunes of our cause, and. Iinallv to1 f- -. berate how the whole National bodj rr. iv on the one hand, best give aid and succor to the states working for theii own enf- inchlsement. and. on the other, pi e fur federal aition In behalf of the women i of the nation at large " The call is sign- -' el l the National omceis: . Miss Anna Shaw. Movlan, Pa Jane Ad lams. Ch'tago. Mrs Desha Breckin-rielir- i. Lexington. K , Miss Caroline n Greenwich, Conn. Mrs Bo Fit7Gerald. Jamaica Plalns.Mass.; McCormick, Boston. Mrs Mrs Stanlev June Lees liidlavv. New York, and Mrs. Tilton Bow en. Chicago J sl The davtlme sessions of the convention will be devoted to business and the evening to public meetings The National officers hive-- urged all the members of the i:ecutlve Council to meet in Xash-i- ll on the morning of Novembei 11 and elevote the entire day to a conference on problems of the National Association, the so that constructive plans can be suggested to the convention, and no time will be spent in futile discussion. The first regular session of the convention will be It is expected that on November l!th the most interesting discussion will follow the report of Mrs Medill McCormick. of Chicago, Chairman of the Congressional Committee of the National Suffrage Association, as delegates from all over the country will express their views on the relation between State and National work and on the campaigns for the Bristow and Shafroth amendments to the Const'tution of the United States. One session will be devoted to a livelv conference on methods for organizing and campaigning. In which It Is expected that all delegates will take part. The National Treasurer. Mrs. Stanley McCormick. will present the budget for the coming year. Mrs. Cyrus Field, of New York, w 111 report on the National Suffrage Publishing Co., a business corporation formed to supply suffrage literature throughout the United States, and officers Tor the National Association will be elected. On Thursday, November 12. It Is expected that Gov. W. B. Hooper, of Tennessee; Mayor Hillary Howse, of Nash- - Dr Anna Hovva d Shaw, f the National Suffrage Asso-- i u n who Is the oiatoi of the Cause! int unieis..lly loved because of her wisf if t sne i con-ntio- - lto-vat- ir s. Su-ri- to the National Suffrage Association. Th principal roles are taken bv Miss Ohvt Wjndham. Miss Katherlne Kaelred. leading ladj in "Joseph and His Brethren:" Svdney Booth, of "The Yellow Ticket" compan, nephew of Ldvvin Booth, and Dr Anna Howard Shaw. Nashville is said to be so enthusiastic over entertaining the convention that It will grudge the time necessarily devoted Nashville women to business sessions nre arranging a parade, also an barbecue at Andrew Jackson's old home, "The Hermitage," called the Mount There will, ol Vernon of the South course, be many Informal dinneis ano during the convention, and an luncheons afternoon tei at one of the beautiful oountr clubs. On one evening the suffragists in charge of the press work throughout the country will dine and discuss plans for the coming ear Anothet evening, the professional women at tht convention will meet at dinner. The woman's dinner arranged by Dr Eliza TaIoi Itansom. of Boston, durim last ear's Washington convention, was a gieaf success, the guests including many n ministers, doctors and of the lawyers in the I'nlted States But it Is not so much the special events whlrh make a convention interesting as comradeship and InterIt Is the general among women from all change of ideas parts of the country engaged In all kind' v,ork The women of the north and of we-are cspecir.ll) inteiested in the manv brilliant Southern women who aie giving their time and energies so fully to woman suffrage. Among these women are: Vligln'a Mrs Iil.i Mead Valentine. Richmond. President of the Virginia Hqual Suffrage Association. Miss Ellen Glasgow Richmond . Miss Mary Johnston, Waim Spilngs. Virginia, Mrs Kate Waller Barrett. Alexandria, Virgini i North Caiolina Mrs A Henderson Chapel Hill, President of the Equal Franchise League; Miss Miss Anna Forbes Liddell. Charlotte. Caro-1'n- a South Susanne Bvniim, Charlotte M T Coleman, Abbeville, Mrs President ot the Equal Suffrage League; Mrs Meniv Mai tin. Columbia Miss Geoigia Mis Ch.llletnn Maiv Mcl.endon. Atlanta. Pi evident ol Georg'a Woman's Suffrage Association-MiEinllv Mc Dougald. Atlanta, Presi-deEiual Suffrage Party, Mrs Frances Florida Mrs Whiteside. Atlanta S Hi i lie C Cooler. Jacksonville. Piesident of Equal Franchise Association. Uev Marv vilfoid. Orlando. President I'louda Worn in Suffrage Association. Miw PinnAlabama Amleivun. Jacksnnv ille ed Airs Pattie lacobs, Blimlngh.im. Prevl-deof Equal Suffrage Association: Mrs. B. Ocar llundlev. Birmingham. Mrs sMrs Mississippi Montgoiiiei) Stern. nnie K Dent. Yazoo Citv, President of Woman SufTiape Association. Mrs Nellie Nugent Some rv ille, Gieenvllle Miss Pauline Oir. I icksonvllle. Tennessee Ms Maria Thompson Divless, Nashville. Miss Sarah Barnwell Elliott. Sewanee: Mrs Knowille Kentucky Crozier Lexington, Desha Breckinridge. Mis President of the Kentuckv Equal Bights Association: M!s Laura Clav, Richmond; Mis James Leech, Louisville Louisiana Miss Kate Goidon. New Orleans, President of the Southern States Woman Suffrage Confeience. Miss Jean Gordon. New Orle ins. President of the LoulsIanrWom-:i- n Suffrage Association: Mrs Edgar M Miss Annette Cahn. New Orleans Houston, Pi (Jsldent of Texas Woman Suffrage ssoclatIon: Miss Eleanor W Brackenndge. Fan Antonio: Mrs e Ward. Dallis; Mrs. Guilford Dud-leNashville The rapid grow th of the Southern organizations both In membeis and enthusiasm Is alone sufficient to contradict the prediction, which used to be frequently made, tint the South would never endorse votes for women In fact. It was generally said at Washington last year that the presence of so many charming, alert Southern women was the, most thing about the Convention Nashville itself, as well as the organized suffragists of Tennessee, Is prepared to give a warm welcome1 to the women who arc leaving their homes and their Importake tant work in order toyear. counsel together for the coming The city officers, the Chamber of Commerce, the Business Men's Association, and tht newspapers are all to furnish a warm welcome to the Convention. The program for the Convention is la chirge of the following Committee: Dr. Anna Howard Shaw. Moylan. Pa., chairman; Mrs. Mary Ware Dennett. 505 Fifth avenue. New York. Secretary: Mrs. Stanley McCormick, Boston: Mrs. Ida Claike. Nashville: Miss Jean Gordon, New Orleans: Miss Elinor Byrns. New York. Mrs. Ernest Thompson-Setoof Connecticut, !s the National chairman of local arrangements, and Mrs. John N. Kenny, of Nashville, Is Tennessee's chairman of local arrangements. Convention headquarters will bt at the Hermitage HoteL. best-know-t Su-ss nt Fre-ncn. Hor-tenv, CIv-d- e n, .lo.io, sei.ins tlie ropi. starte I to svv i'li ashore. The rope was pulled trout his hand, but he teached the It ink. Poor Simplk'io must have been pulled under at once and his life beaten out on the bowlders, beneath the ntciUK torrent. He never rose nxnlii, nor did we ever terover his lioily Kermit Fights For His Life. Ketiuit clutched his title, his favorite 40." Winchester witli which he had done most of his huntim; both in Africa and America, and climbed on the hot torn of the upset boat. In a minute he was svvi'pt into the second series of rapids and whirled away from the roll liiiT lniat, losing his rifle. The water Witt his helmet down over ids head and face and drove hint beneath the surface, and when he rose at last he was almost ilrowned, his breath and strength almost spent. He was in swift but quiet water and swam toward an oveirhaustins branch. His Jacket hindered him. but he knew he was too nearly pone to be :ible to Kcl it off, and. thinking with the cttri when death is but oils calm one a moment away, he realized tint the utmost his failing strength could do was to teach the branch lie reacheel and clutched It and then almost lacked stie'iigth to haul binisi'lf out on the land Hood Tregui'iro had faithfully swum alongside him through the rap ids anil now hims"lf scrambleil ashore It was a very nairow osi'.ipi. Kermit was a great comfort and help t nii on thi trip, but the fear of some fatal accident befalling him was always a nightmare to me. He was to be married as soon as the trip was over, to me that I could and it did not bi'.ir to bring bad tidings to his be trothed and to his mother. Simplicio was unmarried. we cut to Ids mother all the money that fen-I- s -- and of the leiiaissance tound such in atchitecture. I rom ', eurly Gothic to Komaiicsiiuo and Irom Kouutiie-iiu- c to renaNsaucc the build iugs of IMieinis ieie.il better than an.v recotds the citjV. historical develop meiit. And of all the buildings itlus ' trative ol" their various periods there, are said to lie no better examples than those repoited destroyed by the shells of Germans the Cathedral or Notre j Dame and the Church of St. .laetiues. tine monuments of the early Gothic; the later Gothic edifice of the archbishop's palace and tinallj tile city hall, a handsome work of the best period or the Clench leuaissauce. Xo one teally knows who designed and built tlie cathedral, although the names of the two Uobclts de Coucy ami of the monk Hugues libergier are traditional! connected with it be ginnings. Tlie liist stones were laid in Uil: the choir was finished thiit.v jeais later, together with the trail-ept- s and part of the nave, while the supeib west lacade dates from the latter pirt of the t'lirteeiltir telitur.v This last is adorned with three eMpiisile ionised portals outaii.lug rlu s.atues Tlie intetior, which is crucilonu. is 4" reet long and til) feet wide t'.e i1! ta:i-fioni the in (idle aisle to the 't highest point in the roof - 1J. Here, in niches in the walls, is aimthei multitude of statues, and in the na..-antransepts are preserved some v ii l'.l' ical liable tapestry scenes and scenes fioni tiie historv of 1'raine The famous clock with its median! cm I liguri's i4 in the norih transi pt and date's from the .siteeiilh centuiy The which on tre.isiirj of the tains many historical and valuable' ves scls in gold, is tlie most lemarkable in I'raiii e. The tre.isiiies include not onlv the I'oroiiation ornaininits or vaiious kings, but the vase or St. Ursula, the massive chalice of St. Kemigius and a as well beautiful ivory liturgical, as countless crtuilixes in gold, silver and piocious woods. I e ife-d was "by the appoiutn.ent hi heaven a royal city." According to the liistotians of ait. Itheinis is lo.v.tl m auothei sense ill no city in I.iuope. the.v si;., hive the life and thought ol the middle ages u ' 1 t WILL ON Thursday, November 5th, 1914 at 10 o'clock a. m., sell my farm of 230 acres, located one-hamile of Crab Orchard, in graded school district, first offering about 130 acres with tenant house and outbuildings; then about 100 acres with improvements, then as a whole; the lf bid on either tract or as a whole, will at my option be accepted. The improve, ments on 100 acre tract consists of a brick house with cellar, hall, porch summer dining and kitchen attached, 10 acre tobacco barn, 2 stock barns and all m necessary outbuildings. A fine bored well at door. An abundance of stock water all over farm. 140 acres of this land is river bottom and has on it now corn that vill make from 12 to 16 bbls per acre; it is also fine meadow or grazing land? balance is upland, which is fine blue grass land, adapted to tobacco, wheat, corn, and all other cereals. I will also at the same time and place, sell my crop, farming utensils, household and kitchen furni- ture, etc., consisting of 40 acres of corn in field, sugar cane in sheck, hay, straw, 200 shock of fodder. etc 2 good work horses, 1 combined horse, 1 gentle family horse. 1 pair three-year-o- ld work mules. 3 mares and one-ha- lf Percheron colts: cows and calves and Jersey heifers: 16 shoats weighing from 100 to 150 Farming utensil;, two-hors- e. pounds each; 6 Duroc Jersey gilts and 2 brood sows and IS pig all subject to register. consisting of wagons, mowing machines, turning plows, double shovels, cultivators, drills single and Anyone wanting to buy all, or part of this farm, call on me and same any time before sale. I MOST FURIOUS BATTLE YET. will take pleasure in showing I I j votffil his had he lived. Christening the Rio Roosevelt. l;:i the morning follow iug our camp mg by the mouth of the KIo Ketiuit e'olo.K-Kou.loii took a gooel deal of pains in getting a lug post set up at t1,.' eutr.v of the smaller liver into the li:vid.i Thin he snuimoned im- - and II the others to attend the eeiemon.v of its erection We found the eaiuart lis drawn up in line ami tin- - colonel pieparing to read aloud "the orders ol liee-- haw Artillery Work th: Big Feature of the Fighting Along Lines of 140 Miles. The total number of men engaged in the battle of the Ainse appioiuiated XOOUOOy. and the length of the lighting line was more than 140 miles. This has been a battle even greater than that of the Marni'. The lighting was fast and furious. Two vast armies of the allies and the Germans hurled themselves at each other with amazing courage and luipnvedenteil determination Then were atticks. counter attacks, dashing charges, strategic tetreats, rushes of cavalry. Irresistible onslaughts of infautrv and urtillery contests the like or which had never been witnessed berore. On this battle alone a book ot huge dimensions could be written, and still there would be untold tales of valor and skill and of gallant deeds. The Germans hail a number of their heavy howitzers p'uceil In most advantageous positions, which are capable of shelling the lines of the al'les at a distance of seven or eight miles. Their range was cousideiabl.v longer than the liritish and Trench artillery. Consequently there was no way of re plying to them until the latter approached within a much shorter distance of them. The possession and use of these heavy guns have been of great value to the Germans, but the Trench artil lery is tremendously effective. Day and night this battle has been waged. The Germans made some of their fiercest counter attacks in the darkness. Many soldiers in the allied army had not hail more than one hour's sleep each night since the battle began. LAND Liberal terms will be given and made known on day of sale. R. I. M. DUNN, LIVE STOCK J1AUKET. H. BRONAUGH, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. For Sale, Memory. Auctioneer. CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARD3, Hogs Sheep Cattle Oct II CATTI.K: Khipper tzri)H 25 7 'ya,Z 75 Butcher t?ers v tra.... 75 7 IS Good to choice JiSn.Vj Common to fair Memory Is Heifer, extra Good to choke Commou to fair i257Jj 4 . . i 7R0i!on 1.vgin & 21 Co3. extra Good to choice Commou to fair . .. .ii0.l.lo .1 tVx3 ft Cannerj SIVA!'' . ."iiUHt'J Bulls balotrtiH-- i ... Fat bulls 4iSi. 75 IIjIGUI 7 C'tA'i:: extra .. 7210 75 Fielrtogood " iVJ10 ") Commou anil large.. IHHif : Kooel packers aud butchers 7 tVs i0 7 B.VA7 91 Mixed packers 00,r. ! 75 stags Common to choice heavy fat sous. ", 25S 7 .10 7 1tKt75o Light shippers .. that which enables us to have foreotti'ii something. Without memory thert- - would lie no history: hence no tictimi Memory furtiNhew the only for llurs thnt H iiLi'de-d- . It to labur under the enables many continuous illusion ili.it there N u past, when in reality there- - is nntlitim but a present. Without memory theru vvemld be uo worry, because worry Is fear for the future. ImsihI u ree ollection of vvh.it to onieine else. has Memory enabli-- us to tore our minds with ueful facts until they nre proved to be wrons by other useful fact? which in turn take their pl.ice. Life. liack-groun- d happeiH-d-usiialls ttut faculty of the mind Dotys Marksbury. Kv.. colt enow we $200 will One two year old horse colt at John is wortrv take $100. Lost: Plain Gold Ring with initial-R. A. L. on inside, between DaniiHe-anLiberal reward if Lancaster. turned to this office. re- ) Fifty bushels of Little Red Clover free of all weed seed, right front thrasher made three bu. per acre. T. T. Walker. Connersville, Ind.. R. 11. So. (J. 50 head of extra good Black. RetJ and Roan yearling cattle for sale. G. A. Swinebroad. Lancaster, Ky. R. F. D. Xo. 2. FOR HOMESTEADERS. the day." To the post was nailed a bond villi 'K!o Kermit" on it. and the colonel the orders ree iting that. b the dliittioii of tlie Brailiau government t'i'il in isniucli as the unknown liver was evidently a great river, he formal ly it tin- - Km Itoosevi'lt. This was a complete sin prise to tne Mullcr and Colonel Hon ltolli don had spoken to me on the subjee t. and I had urged and Kermit had urgiil as strongl.v as possible that the name be kept as Kin d.i Duvida We felt that tlie "Iliver of Doubt" ..a an unusually good name and it s always well to keep a name of this? haraetcr. lint my kind friends insist til otherwise, and it would have Wen churlish of me to object longer. I was much touched by their action and l the itself At tlie conclusion of the reading Colonel Kondon led In cheers for the United States and then for me and for Kermit, and the camaradas cheer ed with a will. I proposed three cheers for Ifrazil and then for Colonel Kondon and I.vra and the doctor and then for all the camaradas. Then Lyra said that everybody had been cheered except Cher rie. ami so we all gave three cheer for Cherrie. and the meeting broke up n high good humor. SUBSCRIBE FOR 4 WW The Central ftail. BmIae8.Phaiiiyaphy TYPEWRITING aai WILIUR R. SMITH IUSINESS COLLEIE BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY Milliors of Acres Thrown Open For Settlement In Four States. Sccietarv Iiue has made an order opening to settlement and entr.v .tlmut 75W,IMH acies of land in California lying In San Ilernardino, Kern. Modoc ) and Lassen counties; also about acres of land In New Mexico, prin cipally in San Miguel. Union. Chaves, Luna and Guadalupe counties; about After Four Tears of Discouraging 100,000 acres of laud in Colorado, the Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave greater ppiticn being in ICoutt and Kin Up in Despair. Husband I'.I.mro counties, and 2.0.000 acres In Washington, the greater pot tion of Came to Rescue. which lies hi Yakima, Kittitas and Grant counties, north and east or North Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter Yakima, and small portions or which from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock nre in Okanogan. Ferry and Dougla writes as follows : "I suffered for four .utilities. The enlarged homestead act which years, with womanly troubles, and during provides for the designation or these this time, I' could only sit up for a little lands and under which they will be while, and could not walk anywhere at come subject to settlement and entry all. At times, I would have severe pains allows settlers to obtain 020 acres each. in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treatFood For 10,000,000 Soldiers. ment relieved me for a while, but I was It Is estimated that there are 10.000.-00- 0 soon confined to my bed again. After men in arms In Europe. Each man that, nothing seemed to do me any good. h is given aliout two and I had gotten so weak I could not stand, oeuinds of food a day. This will make I gave up in despair. 11,250 tons of food. A box car on one and At last, my husband got me a bottle ol carry twenty jf our own railroads will ions. So to transport the food of one Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I comJay will take 500 of these cars, or four- menced taking it From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. 1 teen trains of sixty cars each. can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing my work." If you art all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped more than a million women, in its 50 years of wonderful success, and should.! I surely neip you, too. Your druggist nas Tot Infknti and Children. sold Cardui for years. He knows what it will do. Ask him. He will recomHie KiMl YeiHave Always Bught mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. 'J.."00.-iMHone-fourt- Lifting Dead Weight. There is a more or less popular belief 1' bIIKKP. extra that it Is easier to lift up a living body .. Good to . 2.10 4 1.1 aud curry it some distance than to Common to fair carry a small, compact "dead" weight, such as iron dumbbells. Somebody several thousands of years before any art No Use for It. of wilting was Invented Imagined this Secretary and General Adviser "Now you really ought to see about thing and told It to his nest door man e He told it and so all along the ages aud getting a coat or arras!" I'ure hallucination, along Man "But I've already got far more centuries. clothes than I know what to do with!" with hundreds of others now injuring this modern sclent!Dc age. If a person weighing l."it) pouuds appears lighter than auything weighting tirty or seventy-fpounds, it is simply because a ive HUSBAND RESCUED distorted mind of some weal: man imagined it. maybe 100.000 years ago. Same origin for all current myths. DESPAIRING WIFE New York Amenc.in. 13, (110 lbs Mid lea) . . 5 25 KIM 00 4 75 7 Hager Bros, of Bryantsvule have a pair of 4 year old work mufe. i and a full out fit of farming machinery for sale. good Self-mad- tine comLined filly, com,by son of Rex out ef a Wilks Bald Chief mare. Will sell reasonable or trade for fresa H. B. Xorthcott. cows. Salk--ld For bined Pea-vin- e, Lost -- Between Marcelius and my residence, Tuesday, a black leather-bac- k book. Finder please return ts J. W. Sweeney. FOR SALE: A good Jersev cow. J. F. Higgins. For Rent: I desire to rent for the 135 acres of land located about 3 miles from town on Buckeye road. A. W. Kavanaugh. year 1915 about FARMER'S COLUMN this heading Is tor nse of our farmer subscribers. Ihe sale of stock, grain and such farm as the farmer cannot afford tise. No notice will be accepted lines, and will be only In two kcord, free ot charge ripRCe below the exclu-Iv- e ud H for A farm of 113 acres, five miles from Lancaster near Buckeye pike on good road, stone house with with eight I have about 75 bushels of good seed dirt rooms, new tenant house on place with John M. Farra. rye for sale. three rooms. 2 good tobacco barns. Good land for hemp, tobacco and all Poll Angus Bull calf for sale. grain. If interested call on, Dave 380-G- . M. Cress. J. Phone Anderson, R. F. D Xo. 3 Lancaster. For SaIe:-- 5 tons of good clean tim- Ky. Fred Conn. othy hav. i lse things on to adverover four of the LOST: Between Preachcrsville and Lancaster, last Saturday, a United States tire, 32 x 4. with rim attached. Please return to Record office, or Jones Anderson, Preachersville. Reward. For Sale For SALE-N- ice driving mare, Mis Jennie Higgins. 7 I years old. Gentle. ai ninrTiTi Mr. J. B. Woods of Painti.ick.Jias. some nice stock hogs for sale, liarge nnnnnVl AV, wv flifTQ CIIUUU ffl moflt uvbu. Lost-- A . CASTOR A Eaars H WHY talcs chances with your f owlsr Is absolute and q ck death to of roup, colds sad thavesTB other ' affections eUseases. Mobs la the drinking water kills f$rU9eue germs and pre-ren- ts aseasess. One 30c bottlo make 12 gallons of medicine. Bourbon Poultry Cura Ky. Red Berkshire gilt, weighs about 80jounds. i j. Hayden Levell. k I have 12 Jersey cows, just fresh, also a lot of heifers for sale: "Registered stock. G. B. Swinebroad, Lancaster. $1.00 Per Year. "linrfaiMuitaeeaaKtoCiB&KKiilColbgtotlr.Uahaaitj IU Ftwldent b ol experience) in mercantile nd tasking bnslnau, ! 31 jreu educating 10.000 tnmfiMn and women for eueceoa. fIntarBOV. Mj. AddreHWUBVK M. SJUTJO, Tn Signature lt(2Stf?-&4 Xxlact, 'Write tot Oiattenooo Medicine Co.. Ladles Advisory Dept.. Chatunooga. Tenn.. for Special book, Home Instruction! on your case and traatntot far Women." unt la plaia wrapper. E6&--8 At druggists, or by ma, postpaid. Vataablo poultry book tree. ) 1. MC1M3 HOST CO-