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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 22, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914102201_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 22, 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 RELIGJOb, UN2ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT IWKKTY FIFTH YEAIt. e NUMBER LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 22, 1914. Come Moores. 29. to the closing out sale at TWO SPLENDID MEET- CRITICALLY ILL. 7S MiSIlfSliiSl!liliifaii!i:,Sii-"-- ' MfdH-iS- j t See us for your $f And now to cap the climax, there is said to bo a bumper crop of sorghum ' molasses, persimmons and chestnuts. With the abundant crops of the county this,year we are unable to .see jubt why people contemplate hard times this winter. INGS JUST CLOSED, Rev. Fork's MB V V V BSHwraC 4 Guttering and 1$ 3 3 grates Sij Hs E liS!!" I fiWiliB 1 fit ft All kinds of repairing quick-l- y done. We carry at all times a full line of Farm Machinery and Machine Repairs. CgEn?BaikLJt!aiJtlf3aEaitillMllllIIWill''lgHWMIWMgBM LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. .y successful meetings. At the Fork Church he was assisted by Rev. E. 15. English, of Rerea and eighteen additions were added to this good old church; sixteen by baptism. At DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING Entries continue to come in to the the Mt. Hebron 131 church. Brother Mahan Record Kershaw and turnip show, If was assisted by Rev. J. L. Dotson, of COURT DAY. HI it continues we shall surety live hi ;hiy Harrodsburg. At this place there this, winter. were forty-sve- n additions, forty four Hon. James Garnett, will address th democratic voters of the county at the Remember our entire line has to be of them being by baptism. court house in Lancaster at 2 o'clock closed out by Jan. 1st., in order to on the afternoon of Monday October our store. Great bargains. BOYLE COUNTY FARM 26th. Mr. Garnett is Attorney General s Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. BRINGS HANDSOME PRICE of the state, is a splendid official, a We will venture to say that at least forceful speaker and every democrat in three out of five of the house wives of Mr John Donehue, formerly of this the county should hear him. the county "put up" enough fruit, county, but for the past several yars a it vegetables and preserves to stock the resident of Boyle, bought last Monday T WJ7? 'i I TIF QVVl family larder throughout the winter. W. W. Johnson, on the the farm of Lexington pike and within one mile of Danville, containing 300 acres, for $180. CHAUFFEURS LICENSE. TO BE RIGIDLY ENFORCED. an acre. This is considered one of the Ifcsal Mr. Dolph Rice, chairman of the best farms in the county, being equipp City Council Takes Action, board of examiners, for chauffers and ed with the latest improvements. A and demonstrators was in the city last modern system of waterworks connect Following the several accidents which Thursday and issued about 15 licenses ed all over the place, the barn and all have occurca recently as the result of Dolph is a outbuildings new and to the local talent here. Be the reckless driving of automobiles, and hustler and appears to be the right sides the one just purchased, Mr Done-hu- e the resulting injuries to many of oar man in the right place. owns another good farm in Boyle citizens, the City Council has directed and one containing ItiO acres in Garrard Chief Herron to enforce the automobile regulations TO THE LETTER and MORE MAMMOTH VEGTABLES LOUISVILLE BUTCHER FINED without fear or favor. Entries to the Record's prize The speed of automobiles is limited la 3. contest continue to come in. by law in cities to 15 miles per hour in FOR SELLING HORSE Mr. Robt. Speaks brought in a the residence section, ten miles in the weighing 43 pounds 7 ounces, and more populous section and eight miles re Mr. Arch Kavanaugh brought a turnip MEAT. on crossings. The law as to the carryweighing 4 pounds and 9 ounces. If ing of lights is also to be more careanyone think they can beat these exIn Louisville last week two butchers fully looked after. All autoists are hibits, we yet have room for them. were fined $100. each and given fifty perfestly familiar with the various dajs in jail for selling horse meat for laws, but they grow careless and fail been PASS WITH HIGH HONORS. beef. The meat is said to have prom- to observe them. made into "hamburger" and sold So flagrant has become thedisregard-an- d Morrow, who is iscuously throughout the city, and in Miss Margerite so many accidents has resulted that teaching in the State Deaf and Dumb some instances out in the state. The the Chief has determined to put a 3top Institution in Columbus, O., passed the poor horse seems 'to have thus lost to it, and signifies his intention of examination required her with flying another field of usefulness. Forced bringing in the very first violator and colors. In Ohio all state employer! out of existence almost bv the auto- have him face the Police Court. The are required to stand a civil service mobile, he sought to invade the realm public is thoroughly in sympathy with examination, and notwithstanding the of the dog aud enter the "winie" and Mr. Herron in this movement to safefact that there was a class of six par- hamburger trade, but it seems that he guard the hitherto unguarded public ticipated in the examination, and sev- will not be even admitted to this branch and hope that he may enforce the law eral of them were teachers of many of commercialism, and will have to be without favor or discrimination. years experience. Miss Morrow was content to remain either a selling plater second on the eligible list. This en- or a means of pulling the plow. She is titles her to a life certificate. comfortably located and very much "FEATURE" pleased with her surroundings and MUST GO IN work. cIosud two very -- W. Jlahan pastor of the J of Dix River church t has just J. Mr. Rufu3 Moss who was kicked about two weeks ago is suffering from internal bleeding over the left lung and lies in a ctitical condition at the home of hU brothcr-in-la".- '. Dr. J. M. Acton. Little hope i3 entertained for his recovery. m We Are Headquarters For HEftTlMG STOVES OilhW iiirili LHM i o o 73 Aty,.-TriiSJur.r- b Os E 1 E JiMS'. rami" nr- m & m C3 '"' 0 7? sAy veg-tabl- es r ker-sha- w THE BEST KNOW HEATING STOVE MADE ;! Haselden Bros, 0 3naniWgrsmnag:i5iiri 'rsilji Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE. fanaiassugjai 3C 1 c 11 1L 1Z I am now ready with a full a line of NEW PROPERTY V COLUNM. HIGH WATER LAST WEEK. The oldest inhabitants are wrangling as to whether or not there was ever "more rain seen in October." While we have not been here long enough to class up with these citizens, yet we by no means a spring chicken, and we are free to confess we do not remember ever seeing so much rair in this particular month. It rained almostcontinuously through out the entire week, and in consequence the streams of the county were very high, caus:ng much inconvenience. Rural carriers were delayed and com pelled to detour in order to make their routes, schools were compelled to suspend because of the inability to cross the streams and people were deterred from coming to town to transact business. There was considerable complaint among the farmers as to their tobacco "burning" and corn rotting, and doubtless there was considerable of both, but we will venture to say that every farmer will have marketable tobacco and sufficient corn to last him through the winter, despite their wail that "the rain had ruined The Assistant Editor of the Record LIST. :l o ',. UMm I tjuaaies viits . !k, 3 ol Yfe s ff w $6.00 ' r V 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 . c v bottom land producing corn every year at shipping point on river, large, splendid residence, store room and other necessary out buildings. This farm produces well and is one ot the best Jw vhfc. bargains on our list. Price 575.00 per acre. 17G acres within one mile of Paint Lick on L & N R. R. with good improvements, land lies well and is fertile within J mile of graded jchool. Worth the money asked $105 per acre. STOLEN AUTO RUNS INTO 85& acres of land on pike i mile from good village 9 miles from Lancaster, BUGGY ON DANVILLE first clas3 land, good improvements, 10 In the room dwelling, well watered, STREET. famous "Camp Dick Robinson" section. Made in black and tan, of the finest calfskin, Price $125.00 per acre. With an automobile taken from with a receding toe and low broad heel. Three cottages at the low prices, them." Conn's garage, without the owners $1800., 2000. and$2100. Comfortable. Distinctive consent or knowledge last Sunday 200 acres good land, near Bryantsville night, Billy Yantis an eighteen year-ol- d well improved, large tobacco barn. If A REMARKABLE FAMILY. colored colored youth, better known I you want a money maker see this farm. I ,0J3.0 I Mr. Robert Kennedy Conn, a well as "Minks" and loaded with negroes $70. per acre. AND JL.ick sec- from the radiator to the rear lamps and known resident ot the ramt No 491. 185 acres of high class land. " I tion of the county, holds an unusual exceeding the speed limits in the town I THE 1 miles out. s. large tobacco barns, per is the father of eleven by twenty miles an hour, with no lights, acre, record. He $120. ran into a buggy of Mr. Jim Wood children and forty five 493. Cottage and 5G acres of fertele and has never lost a child, and but one Bourne's on Danville street, completely large tobacco barm, all but 9 grandchild. Mr. Conn is seventy years demolishing the buggy and seriously in- land, in grass, en pike in one mile of of age. and his good wife is but two juring the occupants, Gowen and Kath-erin- e acres Lancaster. Price $120. per acre. Bourne. The horse was badly weeks his junior. Before her marriage No 494. Several pieces of splendid Mrs. Conn was Miss Mary J. Best, a injured and may die. Miss Bourne was member of the well known family of thrown through the windshield of the city property for sale. car and seriously, though miraculously, that name in the Paint Lick section. 49G. 100 acres of land, mile from These good people were born and was not dangerously injured. Gowen Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles reared near where they now live and escaped with slight injuries. None of from Lancaster, good improvements, their entire lives have been spent there. the occupants of the car were hurt in large tobacco barn, well worth the They have lived to see their entire the least and all ran immediately after trice of $100. per acre. family grow into useful men and women the crash. Yantis is in jail to await 497. 222 acres of fine. land near Lanand to rear families of their own. with his trial, which, under the new autopike, splendid imexception of two sons who yet re- mobile law, the penality is from two to caster & Lexington the provements, at $90. 'per acre, five years in the penitentiary, for main single. 498. 63 acres, improved, near Paint Mr. and Mrs. Conn both still enjoy taking a machine without the owners good health and bid fair to live many consent. This is a good law and should Lick Graded School at $95. per acre. Danville's Largest and Most Progressive Shoe and Hat Store. years. Mrs. Conn has suffered a serious be enforced in this instance as a warn499. 73J acres of rich land, right on Kentucky. illness within the last few months, but ing to others. pike, well improved, 2 miles of LancasDanville, is again well, while Mr. Conn is in ter, priced at $120. per acre and is seemingly perfect health and bears his Big sale every day next week at worth it. Fresh oysters and celery at Zimmers. three score and ten years with the $15. Suits $7.00 at Moore's. ease Moore's. No 501. 45 acres, new houseon pike, and grace of one not half so old. He near Bryantsville. Price $4,000.00. Fishermen say "that now the river ii is yet as straight as an arrow, active Please hand us that $ washed out. there should be some good and with a keen relish for life. He is SMALL FARM OR LOTS No 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from fall fishing". town limits of Lancaster on Lexington & man of the highest integrity, and closing out sale. Come to Moores Avenue, unimproved, beautiful buildThe city lake contains more water with the unstinted respect of the people FOR SEE. ing sites, a bargain at $150. per acre. selling cheap at Moores. years, and is still being fed by of the community in which he has so than in Things are long dwelt. I have sixteen acres of land, fronttwo large streams. 503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile . Four of Mr. and Mrs Conn's children ing on pike, within six miles of 3 county from pike, fertile land, highly improved1 Fruits of every variety at Zimmers. The continued rains of last week reside in Lancaster, the Messrs Conn seats, close to school and churches, lies well, splendid water, susceptible of Sugar is going down, the preserving tarted the old cry of behind with Bros., John and James conducting a which I will sell as a whole or in lots division into two or three farms. $95. their work from the farmers. hardware business, another brother of two acres or more. season is over. per acre. William is employed by them, while Also 3i acres, fronting on pike, has 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from a tumble of J) cents per The triumph of the Democracy is Frank conducts a garage. Hogs took Like their spring of everlasting water. PossesAlso the professional Lancaster, large tobacco bam, one other hundred in the markets last week. ' inear at hand. father, the boys are natural born sion at once. Will sell on easy terms. politician will soon be out of a job. beautiful level building site fronting G; B. Swinebroad. machinists, and there is scarcely, one of The question as to the probable-pricpike. $110. per acra. The Baptist Ladies Aid-- ( Socity will them but that can take apart and jut Lancaster, Ky. of tobacco crop yet remaine. unan-- . serve dinner at the courthouse, court together 'successfully any pieca ,pf For further particulars write or call swered. t bargains come to the on Hughe3 & Swinebroad, the real esday. Come-anIf get a goad dinner and machinery, from a Grand-father- a dock.closing oat sale at Moores. help the Society. to, a threshing machine. Clothing sale, Saturday at Moore's. tate men. Lancaster. Ky. At the Office " A man wants to have his mind strictly on his business. Emphatically he does not wish to be distracted by uncomfortable shoes. We say a business shoe for a business man, and suggest the has been employed cf the Cincinnati Enquirer for 20 years, and that paper will not publish an article that has an appearance of being exaggerated. Now you will laugh, but we can assure you this is a fact. Of course the Enquirer runs a lot of stories which have no semblance of truth, but they are placed in the "feature" column, and all the readers or that class of literature accept it for what it is worth. Were we to send them as a news item an article stating that some farmer had raised a tobacco plant measuring ten feet in height, we would get a very pointed call down, and should we persist in sending such reports, unless we were prepared to produce affidavits as to their truth, we would soon have our connection with that paper severed. m 1 r n? 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. ill 1L R. 1L s It Brown. 1L 1L m MWWWWM UfiMAmZr&VMmfl Nettleton Norfolk UP. LANCASTER OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I O 28th. grand-childre- n, L iSSBSB PAHKS & HENDREN. FRED BYERS PRESENTING A COMEDY DRAMA IN 8-SI- & CO. The Girl and The Tramp 4 ACTS. AND DANCING NUMBERS- -8 Featuring the' Tikgo, Hesitation and Maxixe, y k The Latest Society Dances. j - you-wan- Reserved Seats at McRoberts Drug Store. v , 1 T Popular prices 25c, : 35c and 50c. Page 2 What Would You Do? The Central Record, Thursday Oct 22 1914. There are many times when one man questions another's actions and motive?. Men act differently under different circumstances. The question is. what would vou do right now if vou had ii severe cold? Could you do better than to take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy' It is highly recommended by people ! who have used it for years and know its value. Mrs. O. 12. Sargent. Peru, Ind, says. "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is worth its weight in gold and I take pleasure in recommencing it. For sale by all dealers. and demonstrators. They issued about 12 licenses. Mrs. James Pointer Jr. is on the sick j H c Wray of the Cumberjand TeIe. Mr. Charley Poindexter has purchas ' list at this writing. ed a new truck car. phone Company s plant of Danvile was Mrs. Mary Hammack is much better j here this week in the absence of Mr,' Mr. Dan Ray, wife and children, Mrs Herndon who was called to Carlisle on Eliza Ray of McCreary spent Sunday since her recent illness Mr. Phado Parks and family visited account of the illness of his wife. with Mr. John Royston and family. The remains of II. R. Thurmond, The Ladies Working Society was Mrs. Amelia Ross Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Menifee McQuerry visit- were brought here from Lexington beautifully entertained bv Miss fcusan Sutton at her home last Thursday af ed her father John Clark of Carters-vill- Sunday for burial. Mr. Thurmond was a half brother of the late Col. T. P. ternoon. Mr and Mrs. Charles Dillon visited Hill of this city. The deceased was Mr. Martin Evans was operated on last Saturday morning for appendicitis Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Hammack Sundav born and lived near Peyton's Well most of his life. by Drs. Elliott of Lancaster and Jack- evening. Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Carter cele son of Danville. The patient is doing Miss Lula Parsons of Richmond has nicely. returned home after a pleasant visit to brated their golden wedding anniversary Tuesday afternoon at their beau Mr. and Mrs. Robt Speaks entertain- her father and other relatives. ed Sunday in honor of Mr. Villa Speaks Mr. R. F. Parsons children visited tiful country home. There were 175 and wife of Kansas. Mr. Sneaks came him Sunday. James and his family Will invitations issued. The afternoon was thru in his car, and will spend several and his family Thomas Hurt and wife thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended this elaborate alFair. days here visiting other relatives. and several othes friends. Wallace Steele, a prominent farmer Miss Kay Jenkins has purchased a S. E. Hammack recieved a telegram new Ford which arrived last week. Mr. Saturday from Lancaster, Ohio that of Casey county passed away there Tom Chesnut, who is teaching her all her niece Edna Bell Scott could not Sundav of tuberculosis. Mr. Steele was the stunts in regard to the machine, possibly live and for her to come at for a number of years in business in Hustcnville. several miles south of this states Miss Jenkins is an apt pupil and once. city. His dsath caused much sadnes3 in will soon be able to steer the car alone. his community, for he was a good There's some who are doubting this SIMPLY BREATHE IT christian gentleman. statement. O. G. Speaks of Highland. Lincoln the Way You Use Hyomei. the That's county, who wen' to Kansas several HEARD IN LANCASTER Safe Catarrh Remedy. months ago, during wheat tlneshing season, returned home last week. He How Bad Backs Have Been Made Strong The most pleasant, easiest, harmless, was accompanied by M. G. Reynolds, and the really sensible method for the formerly of this county. They motored Kidney Ills Corrected. cure of catarrh is Hyomei, which can thru in a Ford car, the trip consisting be had from any drug store. Just put of 1,500 miles was made without a All over Lancaster you hear it. twenty drops of the liquid in the small single punctuie. Doan's Kidney PHI are keeping up the inhaler that comes with every complete good work. Lancaster people are tellMr. T. D. Pendleton Cummins is here outfit then breathe it. A few minutes' ing about it telling of bad backs made use almost instantly gathering data from old court records clears the head sound again. You can believe the tes- and stops and other places and will write the that annoying sniffling, timony of your own townspeople. They history of Lincoln county. Mrs. Cumhen using Hyomei every particle was born m Kentucky.but for the tell it lor the benefit of vou who are of air that enters the breathing organs mins sulFering. If your back aches, if you is charged past fifteen years has been in Virginia. with an antiseptic, healing feel lame, sore and miserable, if the balsam that destroys the catarrh germs She writes historic sketches for a numKidneys act too Ireijuently, or passages stops the unclean discharges from the ber ot the best magazines of the day. are painful, scant and oir color, use nose, relieves Ky is lacking is county the irritation and quickly It is said that Doan's Kidney Pills, the remedy that histories. If she is successful in writheals the sore and inflamed tissues. has helped o many of your friends and The first day's use of Hyomei will show ing the history of Lincoln, the cradle neighbors. Follow this Lancaster citi a decided improvement no matter how of the state, it will be of untold value. zen's advice and give Doan's a chance distressing the trouble. to do the same for you. Catarrh, which usually begins with a Will C. Davis, Danville pike, LancasBOOKKEEPING neglected cold, often becomes a very ter. Ky, says: "Doan's Kidnev Pills Business, Phor.OQrap.iy serious ailment, so don't wait but start have done me more good than anything using Hyomei JvTv&l TYPEWRITING and today- - it is inexpensive else and I can recommend them to TELEGRAPHY R. E. McRoberts always sells it on everyone. The kidney action was ir- and WILBUR R. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE the plan. cl Ij. Eniversitj Incorponteil and Successor to Coaaercial CoI I used regular and 1 had backache. Its Fmident bas yearn of experience In merianlile years educating M,uu Doan s Kidney Pills ai.d thev relieved 3i and banking baslneai, JrKnter now. men and women for rtAKKNKUKl. HAMM A.CK JERSEY! i &&( ?v 4$SkC " vu Cows FOR SALE Having purchased the Dairy herd of milk cows and heifers of the Blue Grass Dairy and Ice Co, the same is for sale as a whole or by the head. Some nice Jersey cows. Come and see. e. GREAT BARGAIN Lexington Daily and Sunday Leader Months By Mail for Only One Dollar. Four ft. H. Bastin. HAMILTON AVE. Lancaster, Ky. The Lexington Daily and Sunday Leader will be sent to NEW subscribers by mail for FOUR MONTHS for only ONE DOLLAR. This offer is for new subscribers only , who get their paper by mail and is made in order to lntioduce J lie Leader in I new homes. uaily The Loader i an paper, with all the latest news of the war. markets: Dolitic.s. etc.. by telegraph. Enclose a paper dollar in a letter and send it to The Lexington Lead er, Lexington Ky., and gel a leal, live Republican daily newspaper at almost half price. te We employ oniy the very best automobile me- chanics. They are skilled and trustworthy workers. You will be sure to get satisfactory service if you come to us when your engine goes wrong. Our charges are very reasonable. We pride ourselves upon conducting a first class garage, where you can feel that you are being treated right. We want your work, but not at the Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or It reflects good taste and expense of your friendship. F. L. CONN'S GARAGE- Lexington Street. Lancaster, Ky. at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. TI-U- i al-.- Would You Like To Be The Washer l 2 Central Record. T Woman 3etter not try. Soap and water fade Kid shrink the garinert. You can save your garment and save jou money by Vreniittingus to dry clean your clothes. Not s drop of water N used, although ihe !irt and itains are removed a by njsgic Trv us once. m, thutL v.iii cinilil make sulle ceal and vet do for another season Cn i i r i Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co LOUIS FAULKNER Phone S'M. Mgr. STANFORD. Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't sim- remedy-ge- t piy ask for a kidney Doan's Howard Newland was in Lexington Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Davis Sunday. had. Foster-Milbur- n Co.. Props.. BufL. R. Hughes is out after several falo, N. Y. days illness. Miss Mary Walden Gooch spent last 31 1. II eiirau week in Lexington. Sanford Allen and family of Millert-bur- g Mrs. Julins Spivy is on the sick list. were here Sunday. Mrs. Fannie Raines is very low at Rev. M. Early is conducting a revival this writing. at Berry, Harrison county., Mr. Charles Duncan had a buggy L. P. Bird; ot New Albany InJ. was Jiorse to die last week. here this Week on business. Mr. W. L. Grow engaged a bunch of Mr3. W. R. Todd has returned home fat hogs to Mr. V. A. Lear at 7 cents from Columbia Ky, after a visit. per lb. George Ellis of Cunningham Kansas Mr. Weeden Rains who had his clav- is here visiting relatives and friends. icle broken a few days ago is improvMrs. W. L. Jones and children are ing slowly. the guests ot relatives at Richmond. Mr. Noah Marsee and son Tom of Miss Florence Carter, who has been Lancaster were with his sister Mrs. sick lor several weeks, is much imFannie Rains Sunday. prove, Miss Eulala Mortgomery of Polly's George Newland, who has been at Bend was with home folks at Lock No Nashville Tenn. for several months, is 8 Saturday night and Sunday. at home. Mr. J. B. Ui'iin sold his interest in Mose Cook of Nashville Tenn, spent their farm to his partners Messrs M. Sunday here with his sister. Mrs. G. L. and E. C Montgomery price B. Cooper. me." voting snrce?. AddressWIL.UUII.K.fi'rllTll, Lexington,. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. James I. Hamilton. VS. A. M. Miller, Plaintiff. Defendant. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the undersigned the June Term. 191-4Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at II o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts on , I lit II Ilk tWvfl Your jr.li n'f'.F 0r ' . : -- fiTS,M ifSk j iM 3;im against Hail, Sow It costs no more to I, protect it from the, start, than to wait later on in the season, tk insure it with fM fAa&l f tfW f j7 ixfr Qtf 1 1()1 h fi Office rnsDiG at Citizens National Bank Lancaster, Ky. solved once for all bv Calumet. For daily use in millions of kitchens has proved that Calumet is lushest not only in , quality but in Icavemng ponver as well pure to the extreme and wonderfully economical in use. Ask your grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. svlf0' J J Received Highest Awards WorlJ'i Para Fo4 ExpotUioa, Clicu.. Pari 1112. IIL Expoti-I'- Fruct, Mink. Are You a Woman ? 2 I1 i 1 BK8 yo0 DRU6G1STS tiSslPa tewm KWs&ssn 1P8lll The Woman's Tonic FOR SALE AT ALL F4 B IcalaMattiftriayeriarUtotrBilliaMlaaaW. wmmmtmmmmiJthmmmmm Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Pennington are the guests of .Mrs. P. E. Kemp in Louisville. Miss Kate Waters has been confined to her bed for several weeks with rheumatism. Miss Nancy eager is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Joseph E. Johr.ston at Pittsburg Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Saunders have moved to the rooms over Misses Straubs millinery store. Miss Virginia Bourne, of Lancaster, spent last week with her sister, Mrs. W. K. Warner. Miss Bess Shugars of Richmond, spent several days here with Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Shugars. Mrs. J. E. Buck and children of Gilberts Creek spent Sunday here with her mother Mrs. Mattie Nevius. Miss Marie Barnes, daughter of the late George O. Barnes, of Sanibel Fla. was here this week with friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Neighbors, of Livingston, were the guests of her i sister Mrs. W. K. Warner, Saturday. WHY SUFFER MY Mrs. J. S. Faulkner, of Austin Tex. who has been the guest of her daughSTOMACH DISTRESS ter Mrs. M. D. Early has returned home Attorney T. J. Hill and wife have When Is a Quick and Effective returned from Cincinnati and have Office. The purpose of this sale is to pay the rooms with Mrs. Kittie Hopper on East Remedy. debt due James I. Hamilton as follows: Main. The sum of $692.20, with interest at G Rev. D. M. Walker has returned per cent per annum from November 2, If your stomach is continually kickwith interthe ing up a disturbance, causing distress from Atlanta Ga. where he attended 1913, andper sum of $41.52November 2 cent from the annual convention of the Christian est at G after eating, heartburn, coated tongue, 1910; subject to a credit of $21.00 paid January 5, 1912, and the further sum gas, sour taste of food, and you feel church. Mrs. T. A Keith of Maysville and of $41.52 with interest at 6 per cent blue, irritable and nervous, you are sufNovember 2 1911, and annum fering from indigestion and dyspepsia. Mrs. W. R. Fowle of Lebanon Junction per sum of from with interest at 6 per $41.52 the are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. W cent per annum from November 2 1912. It's needless for you to suffer, and now is the time to quickly stop the Fowle. until paid, and the estimated cost of amounting to $125.00. distress and regulate your upset E. T. Carter and son. Earl, of Evans; this action TERMS. stomach. ville Ind, attended the golden wedding The sale of the said land or sufficient Simply get from R. E. McRoberts or celebration of his parents, Mr. and amount thereof.to satisfy the aforesaid a any drug store, some tablets Mrs. P. W. Carter. indebtedness and cost will be made on and the purchasa simple prescription that does more Corbett Young and Miss Mamie Lew- a credit of six months to execute bond than give quick and lasting relief. is of Lincoln county were united in er will be required security for the purchase soothes the irritated lining of marriage at the court house by Supt. with approved months, bearing six price due in six the stomach and stimulates the flow of Garland Singleton. per cent interest from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgthe digestive juicesTso that what vou C. Saufley, and two Mrs. Robert eat is quickly converted into healthful handsome little sons of Parker Arizona ment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown. Master Comnourishment, then you are well and who have spent the summer here visit- missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, strong, and no longer worry about ing relatives and friends have returned and a lien will be reserved upon the trifles or have restless nights. land sold until all the purchase money home. is paid. Do not allow indigestion to wreck W. R. Rice and W. R. Meyer, of the W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. your health and happiness but get some once they are cheap Kentucky Automobile Commission were G. B. Swinebroad, Att'y for Plff. tablets at here last 'week examining chauffeurs Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. and harmless. Grow and daughter Lucy spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs W. N. Grow at Pleasant Hill the first of the week. Mrs. A. 0. Montgomery and children are at Lexington at the bedside of her mother Mrs. J. M. Vanderpool who has pneumonia. Mr. R. L. Stone and daughter, Stella of Hunnington V. Ya., and Mrs. Tom Wall of Ohio, were with their relatives Mr. F. W. Montgomery and family and Mr. .las Stone and family the latter part of the week. The series of meetings at this place closed Sunday night Oct. 11th. There were 44 additions by baptism, one by restoration and two by letter. The ordinance of baptism was administered by the pastor at Dix River Sunday afternoon about 3 o'clock. The church was greatly blessed by having Rev. J. L. Dotson to be with it. He is the right man in the right place, may the Lord bless his work here and elsewhere. Mrs. V. L. Mi-o-- MONDAY, OCTOBER. 2t!. 1914. it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows: Located and being in Garrard County Ky., on Levens Branch and bounded as follows; Beginning at a stake on the S. E. bank of a drain in line to Callie Pendleton's lot. and corner to the twenty-lacres sold to Marion Hurtjthence ive (by calls copied from deed from Allen Ray to Robert Long with one fourth degree variation applied) S 2GJ W 95 links to a stake in drain, corner to said Pendleton S 82 W 7 chains to a stake in or near head of a drain; thence down drain S 49J W y.50 chains to a point at W 4.75 chains to forks of drain, S a point at a stone fence in line to Jas. Simpson, with Simpson N 35? W 3.30 chains to a stake on hillside 8 or 9 feet of a beech, corner to Steve Walker and l.on Austin; witn Austin jN Zii c o.io chains to a stake 5 feet east of an elm, corner to same N 39J W S.93 chains to a sugar tree on North side of Levens Branch in line to proposed County Road thence with line of said road (running new lines to Robert Long) S (19 E 3.90" chains S 54i E 50 links S 57J E 1 chain S 74J E 2.0"l chains N S2 E 1 chain N 521 E 1 chain N 331 E 3 chains N 13 E S4 links to stone on the West side of Levens Branch in center line of said County road in line to Rube Warren and corner to Marion Hurt's 25 acres (said stone 1.01 chains S 39 W from a black walnut standing between road and creek); thence S G2J E, with Hurt (byactual survey) 17.75 chains to the beginning, containing 19.87 acres by deducting 25 acres from 4 1.87 acres the contents of the whole tract in the deed from Allen Ray to Robert Long, being part of the same land conveyed to Robert Long by Allen Ray by deed dated December 23, 1904, and recorded in Deed Book 20. page 403. Garrard County Clerk's Ollice, and also the same land conveyed by grantors herein to A. M. Miller by deed dated November 2, 1910 and recorded in Deed Book . page'416, Garrard County Clerks 8-- EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A S!L0 The kind of Silos that do not tiovv down, and last, are built of cement. We buiicl cement Silos 12, 14 and 16 feet in diameter, We have had many experienany height. ces in this line and our work is the best. if you need Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., cement work of any kind. PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. -- - International Harvester anure Spreaders i'J TLelHCLme GRAIN AND HAY MACHINES Binder i, Rttpert He4e. H7 CORN Rake, Stackers Haf Lot&rs Presses Plasters, Binder, EasiUxe Skellers. Mwcri MACHINES Pickers CaltiTitort Colters Per. 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We will tell you who sells them, and we will send you interesting catalogues. ot chisel-pointed. features in their construction. Each one is the result of careful field experiment. TNTERNATIONAL Harvester ma--- L nure spreaders have a score of good K International Harvester Company of America Income riled) New Albany Cbunpira Deermg HcCorcnlck MHwinlte Oiborae Ind, rUso ion r?w Mi-o-n- Mi-o-- SUBSCRIBE FOR The Central Recoil, Mi-o-- $1.00 Per Year. ,o"Hiti J" & "J 4&?te The Central Record, Thursday Oct 22, 1914 KENTUCKIAN ESCAPES OPERATION BY USING MAYR STOMACH REMEDY Mr. Burnett Says Wonderful Treatment Such DAIRY WISDOM. Page 3 T j- - the country. This remedy is known everywhere for its remarkable results. 4 X Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy Horace Burnett of Somerset Kv.. clears the digestive tract of mucoid ac- f. It was a sufferer from Stomach disorders cretions and poisonous matter. for a long time. His condition became brings swift relief to sufferers from J. highly ferious and he feared an opera- ailments of the stomach, liver and bow- T els. Many declare it has saved them 31 tion. He took Mayr's Wonderful Stomach from dangerous operations and many X 4 In a are sure it has saved their lives. Remedy and got swift results. remarkable success of T Because of the letter telling eis experience he wrote: f "Your treatment has certainly helped this remedy there are many imitators, me wonderfully. I took my fifth dose o be cautious. Be sure it's MAYR'S. last night and it brought good results. Go to R. E. McRobert's drug store, and I have one more dose to take and I ask about the wonderful results it has THE ADVANTAGES OF think I will be well. Your tonic is been accomplishing in cases they know wonderful. I can eat anything now about or send to Geo. H. Mayr, Mfg. Whiting St.. Chicago 6 that I want to. 1 car. never get thru Chemist, WINTER DAIRYING thanking you for your medicine, for I III., for free book on stomach ailments know it saved my life, for I have tried and many grateful letters from people all the doctors and they said I would who have been restored. Any druggist On most dairy farms where a good can tell you its wonderful results. have to be operated on." portion of the land is tillable the bulk of the feed given to cows should be home grown roughage, such as corn silage and legume hay. Especially is this true on high priced land, writes W. J. Fraser in the Country Gentleman. "Under such conditions winter dairying has the advantage. With M ;Lf two such feeds as its basis a splendid ration can be made. and. though these crops require more work during the summer, there Is much less milking to do at this season, most of it coming in the winter. Aside from the milk and the feed, the calf demands its share of consideration, for upon the proper raising of the heifc r calves from the best cows depends the success of the future dairy 18th & H. Sts. Avenue, herd. Here again winter dairying wins a point, as calves dropped In the fall usually do much better than spring calves because they arc given more, atRATES: tention when kept in the bnrn until ihKt, Mutt EarX Rstst, Oitieial Bilk pasture season, at which time they $2.50, $3.00 up. $1.50, $2.00 up. will be sis or eight months old. At this ngn their digestive systems are Saved His life With Few Doses. 154-15- letters come from all parts of T ? Every successful dairyman his belfer calves to or enlarge his dairy. A thoroughly nourished cow, with a big appetite and a great digestive capacity, will give milk richer In butter fat than a half starved cow. The cow that is a small eater and a "shy drinker" is always a robber in a dairy herd. The sire should always be a throughbred. In this way a profitable herd can be developed. A high class bull calf can be found at this time of year at a reasonable price. Get one with a dairy inheritance on both sides. I I I I M I 111 I H-l- -' Our Buyer Has Just Returned From Second Trip To New York. This extra trip was made to replenish our lines of Ladies Tailored Suits, Dresses, Waists etc, which had been depleted by rather unexpectedly good trade, and also to keep in close touch with all style tendencies. Many very decided bargains were secured in Sample Suits, Dresses and Waists and our trade will get the full benefit of all these price concessions. Many of these garments are already in stock and more are coming every day, and we urge you to come now. SPECIAL $13. TAILORED SUITS.! SPECIAL $19.75 SILK DRESSES At this price we offer a great assortment of wonder-neshapes, all pure-womaterials and finely tailored. , fully attractive Silk Dresses. Party and Dance dresses in all evening shades, Street In Black, Blus, Brown and Greens and all sizes. These! Suits were $25.00, 522.50 and 520.00., but we bought them j andjafternoon dresses in Crepe Du Chenes. Satins. Velvet at a good reduction and will offer at choice for $15,00 'and Crepe Meteors, all at .$19.75 Many other Tailored Suits at prices from 0, A full line of Serge dresses from S6. to to 535. and Silk Dresses from S13 50 to 560. Just as good values as the 515. lot. , ol irm nUC.l- - Ln HufCL, ur JnrJ DALS at j 1 WASHINGTON Pennsylvania We secured one big lot of Tailored Suits, all entirely w 5-- 5. S-- OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palm. Court, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room 'Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. m 'Mm CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. Dutch belted csttlu are the most striking in appearance of any of the dairy breeds, or any breed, for that matter. They come from Holland. In general adaptation they are similar to the Holsteins, though smaller in size. The most outstanding characteristic of the breed is the white belt that encircles the animal. It is always present, even in grades. The Illustration shows the markings on the body of a pure bred Dutch belted bull. The demand for Waists has been so great and materials so scarce that it has been difficult to keep and assortment in stock, but right now we have the best line we have ever had at one time. Lace Waists, Crepe du Chene Waists, Satin Waists and Chiffon Waists in black, white and colors from $3.75 to $19.50. SHIRT WAISTS PURE SILK JERSEY TOP PETTICOATS AT $1.98 Hwxajiij I 1 W Automobile ATTENTION. When in Lexington why not stop at a Garage where prompt and satisfactory services are rendered. We have the largest and best equipped Tire Repair Shop in the State and our Shop, which is modern in every respect is handled by the best machinists obtainable. All our work is guaranteed and our Ma-chine A. B. Robertson & Danville, PAINT l.W.K. in Bro $& (Boats Sxtxts gajWooTtee Kentucky. OWNERS I I 1 i i I i P w. prices are reasonable. Central 135-1- 38 Motor Car Co. I South Limestone. 1 Lexington, Kentucky. i itMxxr M0mW&!! .;xsss) sufficiently developed to enable them to thrive on pasture, and they are also better able to withstand the attacks of the fttes during midsummer. On the other hand, spring calves are usually turned to pasture before they are old enough to derive much nourishment from the grass, and they are not likely to be fed and cared for as regularly as they would have been had they been kept in the barn. Flies are very troublesome to young calves and are almost sure to stop their growth for some time In fact, files have been known almost to kill young calves that have been turned out without protection. A calf once stunted always shows the effect, no matter how good the sub sequent feed and care may be. A fourth factor in cither system of dairying is the market. Market reports leave little room to doubt that the dairyman who sells milk on the wholesale market has a decided advantage when his cows freshen in the fall, as In such cases the bulk of the milk l produced at the time of year when dairy products are higher priced. The average price of milk for the first five years has been 40 per cent higher during the six winter than during the six summer months in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin, and the average price of butter has been 10 per cent higher. In some localities where cheap pasture Is abundant cheese factories that run for the summer season only may make a profitable market to patronize. On the whole, winter dairying is the more profitable, as it points strongly toward economy of labor by a more uniform distribution of employment throughout the year, places the largest production of the year on the market at a time when prices are best, enables a skillful manager to raise and feed bis crops so as to get the largest possible returns in milk and at the same time lets him raise calves to the best advantage. mmmmWmMmmmmmmMmmmwmmmwmmmmmmmWmMmmlmmMmwmmmmmmmmmw Mr. Rdy Estridge spent Tuesday Lexincton. Mis3e3 Ethel and Emma Estridge spent Tuesday in Berea. Mrs. Walter Hammack entertained a few friends informally on Friday evening. Quite a number of young people went on a nutting expedition toCarters-vill- e Tuesday. Mr. N. W. Rogers and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Rogers parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wynn. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Seal and son, of Lancaster, were thh guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsden on Sunday. Miss Estella Bickwell of Richmond was the charming guest of Miss Mannie Dowden from Friday till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Smith and Miss Lizzie Howard were the week-en- d guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wynn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hord, and little daughter of Speedville spent the week end the guests of Mr. ana Mrs. Tom Logsden. The Ladies Foreign Missionary Society of Paint Lick church met with Mrs. W. M. Eldridge Monday afternoon and a most instructive and interestingtalk on Korea was given by Miss Estill Walker who has just returned from the meeting of Transylvania Presbyterial of Campbellsville. AT MONET SAVING COMBINATION All Standard Publications of the Highest Merit, Which Will be Appreciated by Every Member of Your Family. 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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 Our Special Bargain Price One Year For All Six, Each group leading publications $1.75 The Central Record, Lancaster, Kyv - r O . Page 4 : The Central Record, Thursday Oct 22, 1914. I STYLE AND aUALITY considered, we claim we sell the best that can be had in Men's Clothing when we offer you the SiRKSS xr SfFT m Wl W n J8p 2S hi &ns SUITS AND OVERCOATS in stock at c?1QAA wlUiVU. cpV.vU, QMAft 9Rftft 99 RA tUi.UU, tiJwt.UV. ?09?1" coats m j! vyuaj, 1ft nauniua at .iuv.W AND $15.00. a of them. New line of Gents Furnishings, pist IN MEMORY OF THE SUD- WEST. The groom is a graduate of Washing"! received. Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. FARMER'S COLUMNJ One of the ni(Tst severe shocks which Gratifying reports ccme from Lex- ton and Lee University and a member INCORPORATED. H TftffTH. yeau. ington to the effect that the Democrats of the Kappa Sigma fraternity. He is the community has experienced in t. Sl.Uii a Issued Weekly. 9 FiKCH-iil- T. there are united for the whole ticket a prominent young lawyer of Norfolk long while was given it on last Thurs- coecxe Ov frocoo and that they will support Governor Va., where they will make their future day night when the sad news came of Mk--s Alice Fmeh F ROBINSOM. Editor. Hunt, ' Gf Two Be!cved Wcraen. J. Mr. Guv the death of Mi'3. Alexander West in Beckham and Senator Camden with ' home. t two popular young people of Danville, lve 123 of o r f.irm-- dul''ri'Mcr-- aril i R.L. ELKiN. Bcsssek; Manager. Immediately after the ceremony a Indianapolis. Mrs. West met her death v. the aW of griiiit kiiii siirh tU:&tpractical unwiiniitv. Although GovernOur little town has been shocked drove to Lancaster last Tuesday and farra , the irm-- r cai: it &3:'tl ro ilver-tUc- . under the wheels of a careless driven alt . Kv., or Beckham lost Fayette county in the reception was given by the brides mi Entered .i ilie I'j- - onVl m? ac."tl Xo iitttt twice in the past few weeks bv the wert united in marriag'- - iit th- - Metho la-- s Mi.l! "4h:: jf. ho has many wsrir- friends i ents and their pretty home was decora- - tomobile at the corner of 22nd. and Mer- '. o aiui it::1 w nnir ba sudden death of two cf our best known dist parsonage by Uev. S. H. Polhtt. e(l 5" I"' ' ses. cosmos, idian Sts in Indianapolis. She in comthere who have always supported him. They were accompanied here by Mr. and beloved women. Pre0--ami southern smilax. Member Kentucl:, pany with her two sisters, Mrs. Retlie The Lexington Democrats fight hard. """" James Dillinger and Misi Mcry Lane, The death but when the primaries are over thev i Delightful refreshments were served Dudderar of this place and Mrs. Samuel the death of Mr Hughes was sudden, and Mr. and . Jesse Di!!iner. After ' I'oH Angus Ilull culf f: . , of Mrs. West was tragic and Ei ;hth District Publishers League. nm;nunt n,, ,,. by a Louisville caterer, the individual Yantisof Indianapolis started across22J get in line for Phone 3a'J-G- . J. ?.l. CrV ices being pink slippers and pink roses, street just after a machine had nassed. both left heart broker, liusbr.nds and the ceremony was (ver they partook of their full duty. ..,., ' cnnuren to moan Ky., October 22, 1914. Laassfer, S(iT.. fnnT fir whI plaaxk tvm. tiieir loss. We recall .. w tl -- gml rxin carried out wlien another one which they did not 1,her,tla othy hay. the same color schemp Fred Coaa. The bridal ,,. .which s travellinfnt a rapidsped the3e beautiful lines by Lvtton and re-- ! ' w."" LhdIlle r. I print them in their memorv. ,,.-o.- , .t,.. ,,;..... i ....,. lt..v..t..L ..r.. ..v.v... ... me .!::.. and without lights, struck them. Mrs. Foi SALENiee driviag raare. For Political Announcements MCROBERTS-SPINDL- E. Rates room and the display of silver, cut yantjg was jerked back by Mrs Dud- - There is no tIeath! Thc staM S down Gentle. j years old. S 5.')0 For Precinct and Citv Offices To rise upon some fairer shore; coming der.lr( but n()t ,,efore she ,la(, recelvctl glass, chi-v- . and We desire to thank our many friends Mi: s Jennie Ittggm?. One of the prettiest weddings ever 10.00 County Offices .For . And bright in heaven's jeweled crown and relatives for the heartfelt rympa- popu- - i and near c 15.00 ten in Lancastt-roccurreat the Chris from far esteem attested the t0UI,1(-- n ; f Fof State and District Offices ! Mr. J. H. Woods of Paint Lick fia-- : "V shine for evermore. in w.ncli this lanty and thy shown us during our fathers illness ' Mrs West was not so fortunate and .10 tian ehurch last Tuesday evening lit). For Calls, pe? line. Large some nice stock hogs for sale. a held. was caught beneath the wheels of the There is no death! The dust we tread ' and death. The floral otlerings were 10 S:!0 o'clock when the marriage of Mits. . For Cards, per line. : . beautiful indeed, for all of which we ; enough for meat hogs. OUt 01 town guests mciuaeu ,na.,n:nf. nmi rprp;VPl ' I'M iniurioa fA . Shall change beneath thp mmmpr, Letly Ma t Mcltoberts to Mr. Richard For all publications in the interare ver-- v Katful. Mr. amljilr. Richard Buckner Spindle, w,;ch see dled with;n fifteen minutt,s j Bhoxve Buckner Siiindle, Jr. of Norfolk, Va., Lost-- A Ky. Red Berksliir sHt, or expresest of individuals Miss Lnla and Elizabeth Simpson Katherine Spindle, of Chris- - ft ,h accMenL She was taken to To rrolden erain or mellowed fruit. ' was eiilpmnized. Immediatelv. before Miss !...... . ,, weighs about iO pounds. sion of individual views, per tiiiiiaui; va., .virs. Aian ones uur- - a nearby residence, nntl Uie oniy words O rainbow-tinte- d flowers. Hayden LeavelL .10 ' the ceremony a delightful musical pro-.0- 5 row iin of Norfolk Va., Mr. Powell !she Uttered ' CARD OF THANKS. the selections rtrodered, I lnHe ner death were to j gram was Obituaries, per line granje r0cks disorganize, ' IfilaSa of Lynchbiu-Va. Mr; t.aoi'fte her awtet I have 12 Jersey cows, just fresli, j. amdyinf . In the a nj fee(i the' hungry moss thev bear: being as follows? We desire to extend our sincere Fort of Clarksville lefin.. Miss Ann excitement toiiowmg tne acci-fen- t also a lot of heifers for sale. Register me The forest leaves drink daily life, FriihliiSg-Grie- g ilisa Letin An Den thanks to our many friends and rela-- , ed stock. G. B. Swinebroad. Lancaster. ICleghorn of Suinmerville Ga Tdiss Pli;lii!S. N'cholasville. Lhauueur and machine uisappearea ana Froin out the viewless air. tives for their heartfelt sympathy ; .wunson oi oi ! i.ieuina. n0 cIue to his identity was obtained, Miss uuargaret Beloved It Is For Sale, N. Y.. Miss Betsy Ware and Mr. Wal- - notwithstanding the police were on the There is no death! The leaves may fall. , shown us in our greatest soirow, iii the Kathenne Mitchell, Bowling Green. And flowers may fade and pass away; loss of our beloved wife and mother. lace ware oi iiopi:ii:3vilie ivy., ,ir. spot almost immediately and every ef. One two year od horse colt at Join Liebestraum-LisztMiss Phillips. ' Sallie J. West. George McRoberts, Mr. Harry Briggs, fort was made to overtake him. They only wait through wintry hours, Love's Coronation Miss Mitchell. We especially wish to thank Urrlhr;Dot's Marksbury. Kv. colt is worth Mr. and Mrs. Banks Hudson, Mr. and comimr of the Mav. The 200 will tak.e 100. Messrs Henly V. Bastin of this plac Berceu.-- e from ,"Jccelyn"-God:ir- d eaziey. jr. m. iinuer, rsromer j. Mrs. Logan Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and Chas. F. Denman of Nicholasville, There is no death! An angel form Miss Mitch-l- l, the singers.f tl,e pallbearer?, and the shcats weight U' FOR SALE:-lr- t Because-D'HardelAlnl.T of the unfortunate lady, Miss Mitchell, Landram of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. Walks o'er the earth with silent tread; donorg of lni manv beautiful lloral Ji e DSMOCR rt.JS.ii- -r rrrnTrT?nf 1V1 pounds each. Vm. Severance, Mr. and Mrs. Harve went to Indiananolis on the first train. Violin Obligata Miss Leila McKee, bears our best loved things away, fel.jn(T;j. Mr.,Will Lew. McRoberts. Mr. Hubert Carpenter, returning here with the body on Satur For U. S. Senator Long Term. " Richmond, And then we call them "dead". and family. Alexander W Mr. Wm. Higgins, Misses Ann Davis day morning. Tne remains were taken He Lost:-Pla- in "The artists showed rare talent and Frankfort. it' Gold Ricij wIUi J.C W t?eckliam. i leaves our hearts all desolate, exquisite skill and tuis delightful musi- McRobeits and Mary Higgins of Stan- to the late home on the Lexington pike, R. A. L. on inside, between Pan' 7 U. S. Sep.2!crS!iort Terc. He plucks our fairest, swtetest rTA. or ford, Dr. and Mrs. 11. C. Vaught and where services were held on Sunday cal program was thoroughly enjoyed by Liberal reward if and Lancaster. flowers; family and Mis. Lelia McKee of Rich- afternoon, by Eld F. M. Tinder, after IL Camden, of Versailles. a music loving people. turned to this; office. Transplanted into bliss, they now mond, Mis? Lena Phillipps of Nichoiab-villwhich the body was interred in the LanThe bridal party entered the church (By Wm. F. Miller.) For Congress. Adorn immortal bowers. Miss Katherine Mitchell of Bowl- Fiftv bushels of Little Red tit ti itvintw if M i.illnnhn. WfMlciinir caster cemetery beneath a mound of "V'r- - Ware McRoberts of Karvey Ilehn. of Stanford. Tl birdlike voice, whose joyous tones. Mrs. Pool Perkins visited our school ' free of all weed seed, right beautiful tlowers. march. First came the ushers. Messers I n.,,.nf--..- h aml r 1. ...,.1 thrasher made three be per tec Made glad these scenes of sin and Tuesday evening Harry Mrs. West before her marriage was Clav Kaulfman, Lewis Gill. miUtlJM WM.ULIW il ua" j ". " Wik Lancas- strife. Ware and John McRoberts of Bro. Tinder visited our school Tues- A beautiful dinner was given on Miss Sallie J. Lnar. a daughter of is natural that there '" ter, y.'aie .Mcituberts of Atlanta, Ga.. Monday eveninc, at 0 o'clock by Mr. Elijah and Susan A. Lear, members of Sings now an everlasting song. It i day and conducted the exercises. Connersvilte. Ind.. R. B. X. some ill feeling after a prolonged and amj Geon;e jidtoberU. of Danville. Around tne tree of life. Boy one of the oldest and most highly resFoot Ball Dates Lancaster -, and Mrs. R. E. McRoberts, compiimen- ! lager Urn.- of BrjantsviKe ha bitter fight for the Senatorial nomina-- , R 1)ir,L.tlv f0nov-inthem came the tarv t.) the bridal nartv and narents of pected families in Garrard county. She Where'er he stes a smile too bright. Scouts will play Danville Boy scouts good pair of 1 year old wark K . tion. but the feeling engendered by i briuesinal,,8f Mlg8ea Betsv Ware oi ' tae She con Or heart too pure for taint and vice. inu i nursaay evening. Krouln. Covers were laid for twen- - was born on Nov. 20, 1S53. a f ,, w. &t of fanniag away i.onkinsville. Kv. m.trneil in that contest ha:, rapidly pas.-e-d i ty. fessed her faith in Jesus at the age of jje bears it to that world of light. Miss Bcrnie Lear, of Transylvania for sale. Tne centerpiece was a white French and all classes of Democrats are work ' euiiion anu sliver lace, lvatnerme i,.t'-- t fillrl t.nth ir;il.,.- - ,..l 14 anu united with the old Bethel ChrisCollege, Lexington, was a visitor at To dwell in paradise. FOR SALE: A good Jersey eow. ing togellier for the success of the Sinrw! It nt i .hric;liinhnif. wear:...! tian church, where she has remained a n. .. . - "eu Willi ..ri. a..h :.i. piHK imie. our school Monday morning. . McCreary iirf.si!Hil .inr. t.ni (..,.i,, .... Mpti,. ;tr.fi. ih.'p. Helen ticket. Governor J. F. Higgtes. 1 .. .... devoted member all 'ner life. Mrs. Bom unto that undoing life, r. I A Lancaster High School foot ball team at the Somerset meeting and will mke Gill of Lancaster in a gown of green was delightful menu of seven courses West was a splendid christian character They leave us but to come again; For Rent: I desire to rest for the served. The ices were in the form will play Harrodsburg High School other ipetches during the Campaign. chiffon and Margaret Munson of Medina, we welcome them the same, 1 55 acres sf IpbJ locaof roses and the place cards were small always, gentle and sympathetic and With joy team on Friday afternoon at 2:J3. year li15 about He is heartily for the whole ticket and N. Y. in a costume of pale green Except their sin and pain. ted about S mile. frot town on Buck- metier white wedding books with the name of with a word of cheer and courage to Admission locts. his influence is being widely spread. faille combined with white oriental A. V Vavartani those in dintress. She was loved by iv rn.Ml. , . ... . j Congressman Stanley made a speech at lace, next came the maid of honor, the bride and groom and date of wed- all who knew her, and a wide circle of And ever near U3, though unseen, Lancaster nign r scnooi team will ding engraved upon them. The dear immortal spirits tread; nlav NicholMvill.. Srhnnl ipm. on. LOST: Between Preacheriviile smi Carrollton the other day. urging Demo- Miss Ann Cleghorn ot Sunimerville. relatives, friends and acquaintances For all the boundless universe Mcimlnvevpnini ponrt ilnv. at nclok Lancaster, last Satcrday, Ultc crats everywhere to stand by the Ga., wearing white chiffon and rose are deeply shocked and sincerely mourn Is life there are no dead. States tire, oi x !. with rim attach!. Admission locts. nominees. He will made a number of point lace, and behind her Mrs. George her sudden death. UUjIIUI!' ALMW Miss Ezell will entertain on next Please return to Record oftlce. or Joaes other speeches between now ana Fort of Clarksville. Tenn., as matron She was educated at Daughters Col- If a rattling good plav, full of funny Friday morning at 8:15. The public is Anderson. Preachersvifle. RewawF. November and his friends are following of honor, in a gown of white dutchess narrousuurg, rvv. un iNovem-stor- v ,eKe cordially invited to attend these exhis example in party loyalty. There is satin combined with rose point and situation, catchy song hits, woven in a ber 2S- - !S72' sh" was ""'tedm marriage For Sale of strong heart interest, counts a general desire to roll up a big majority seed pearls. The entire bridal party i ercises each Fridav. for anything, then "The Girl and The t0 Alexander W est by the late Jesse A farm of II;! acres, five miles fsem Heavy lighting continues in north-weOn the following Monday (Court Day) this year, not only as an endorsement carried pink Killarney roses. Tram.." which will be seent thol.nn- - "amen, one is surviveu oy the hus- France and west Flanders, the the same team will play Nicholasville Lancaster near Buckeye pike o seed of the President and his policies, but The little flower girl, Eflie Cancer, caster Opera House next Wednesday band, two daughters MesdamesCharle3 road, stone house with with &ht that next year the DemocraU may elect scattered rose leares in the path of the F. Denmar. of Nicholasville; Ky., and Germans eternally hammering at the on College grounds at 2 o'clock. Adm. dirt Oct. 2 must be a winner. rooms, new tenant house oa place with tht- Governor and the entire solid line of the Belgian and allied State nrice and .".faster Saulley iiughes cte. A good game is expected. Henley V. Bastin, of Lancaster; three Jr. 115 rooms. 2 gooxl tobacco batfts. ticket. grandchildren. Charles, Henley V. Jr., forces, but late reports wiven the latter bore the ring in the heart of a pinl Foot Ball Game, Friday three land for hemp, tobacco and a'l Good holding their own successfully. '.lYODBC MAN SUS and Marjorie Bastin; two sisters; Mrs; rose. iexi came tne untie In the east the Germans are also ag- afternoon between L. H. S. grain. If interested call mt, Dave This is a Democratic year everywhere. jeu oy tier latner .ir. ljoheit rJll;m Mc- - j Bettie Dudderar. of Lancaster, and strong Anderson. R. F. D. No. 5 Lancaster. TAINS BROKEN ARM. Mrs. Samuel Yantis of Indianapolis, gressive and aro determined to take and Harrodsburg Early in President Wilson's administragown! Roberts. She wose an exquisite Ky. . Warsaw and claim this will be action when the Tariff bill and the Revenue oi veniiian poini mounted on uutcness W. Mc. Elliott Jr' son of Dr. Elliott and three brothers, James Lear of complished. eleven, Adm, 15cts, bill were up for discussion there was satin, with a tulle veil caught i,.,,! .,,, wi, Don't forget the Foot while playing on Mount Valley, Kansas, and William Bro. Tinder has lately given to the some feeling among business men that Near Lillie the French are reported 1.1 m orange niossoms. She the school grounds on Tuesday after- - and Victor A. Lear of Lancaster. mi 3a0 new song bsoks. Ball Game Mondav court too much legislation was being attempt- carried a white satin prayer book. La3t winter Mrs. West was very ill, to have been attacking vigorously for School about n00n. The voumrster vras nlnvinrr fontbooks are neatly bound, and con-- 1 ed, dut now that these measures have which her mother used en her wedding day at College grounds be going down very near death's door from several days, but have been repulsed These , uis comrades when I bai tain songs of "long ago" and we are been enacted into laws the country is day, from the leaves of which fell a was with severe losses. made and in the succeeding mix up rheumatisn and complications, and it tween L.ET. S. and Nicholasdetermined to give President Wilson's shower of valley iillies. Aerial and submarine instruments of verv thankful to Bro. Tinder for his Willie Mac happened to be the "under was to recuperate from this severe illville squad, game called at policies a fair trial. The Democratic I Mr. Po.vell Glass of Lynchburg, Va., modern warfare continue to play im- kindness. dog" emerging with his left arm brok- ness that took her to Indiana. She had Miss .Morris room pleased the school 2 majority in Congress will be continued acted as best man. The Rev. Mr. in the contest. portant parts o'clock. Adm. 15 cents. en above the elbow. The injured mem- been to Mt Jackson Sanitorium and The news if anything is more strictly last Friday morning by giving a dia-- , lor tne reason that any change in Tinder performed the ceremony using ber was given medical was very much improved in health, and attention and National affairs at this time would be the Enkennal sprvicp The church was 'censored than ever before and what logue by her pupils. The following the young man is able to be about, but together with her sister Mrs. Dudderar " disastrous. Men of all parties have artistically decorated with ferns and little that is allowed to leak out is were visitors; Mr. and Mrs. Beagle, will doubtless not be able to engage in she was making a short visit to her other in Presidents confidence Wilson's southern gmilax, and Tennysons dream unauthentic and liable to be denied Miss Nancv Long, Miss Ruth Waller, sister Mrs. Yantis in Indianapolis on her Mr. Jas. W. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. A patriotism and judgment, especially at of fair women was indeed realized as another fool bail game for at least a journey home, when she met her un- within an hour after its publication. Tor Infants and Children. W. E. Moss, Mrs. Moss. this critical time when the very wisest the bridal party formed in front of the week. timely death. For the past week the reports have Beazley, Mrs. "3 Kind You Have Always Bought management is needed to save the green back ground. Every effort is being made to been giving the Germans a little the Mrs. Alex Walker, Mrs. Tinder, Mrs. SPURLOCK. country from disaster. President Mrs. McRoberts, the mother of the apprehend the reckless driver by tha better of the conflict, but all claims Moore, Mrs. Sweeney, Mrs. Sanford. "ars the Miss Eliza Lunsford, Mrs. W. S. CarWilson deserves a vote of confidence bride, wore lavender moiie silk with LUruure of Benjamin Spurlock, aged 23 years, Indiana authorities, and to bring him have been denied by the Allies, and it Lucian Grant. and he will get it not only in Kentucky lace, Mrs. Spindle, mother rf the died in Berea on the to a reckoning for his criminal care- is impossible to figure out anything rier and 20th inst but in every other State where the groom, wore real Spanish lace over remains were brought, to the and his lessness which resulted in the death of authentic from the multiplicit v of conThe Lancaster High School Foot Ball family issue has been raised. Team will play Harrodsburg H. school white Satin. Mrs. Alan Giles Burrow burial ground near Lowell in this coun- this much beloved lady. The automo- flicting reports. Foot Ball Team, tomorrow afternoon of Norfolk, Va.. wore an imported ty on Wednesday for interment. bile club of Indianapolis have offered a The (Friday) at 2:30 o'clock. Admission to While in some quarters of the State gown of blue chiiTon clcth combined young man was a victim of tuberculosis. reward for his apprehension. GIRL AND THE TRAMP" the game 15 cents. On all sides words of sincere sympathy the Progressives are not showing much with white satin and seed near! trimHe was a son of Mrs. Sarah Spurlock names, who will play, strength they still have a big following ming. who formerly lived near Lowell in this are heard for the stricken family in "The Girl and The Tramp" which is The following out by Capt. Elliott. The bride is one of Lancaster's most county, but some months ago moved to their great bereavement. in Louisville. The bitterness that exto appear at ths Lancaster has been given announcad taio chances with your fowls? Bradley Bourne Q. ists between the Republicans and Pro- charming and loved young women. She Florida in the hope that the change of Hpera House next Wednesday Oct. 23 Glass Carrier C. See prices on ladies and childrens Bourbon Poultry Cure Womgressive nominee for Senator, does not graduated from Randolf-Maco- n climate would be of benefit to the son. is a mixture of comedy, drama and Gowen Bourne L. H. Paul. Elliott R.H. shoes, at Moore's. Is absolute and quick death to hesitate to chargethat Governor Will-so- n an's College in 1910 and is a prominent However, seeing that he was failing song, created exclusively for fun pur- Wood Wilmott, Full. Harry Rainey R. T the germs ot roup. cotJs cad other Infectious diseases. A betrayed the Progressives last Fall member of the Chi Omega fraternity. rapidly, she returned some weeks since one long Robt. Kinnaird R. G. Dalton Rich R. E. few drops tn the drinkinj water Everything sold for cash at the new poses only. It is said to be Billy Miller L. T. kills the disease cerms and preCecil Brown L. G. and did everything in his power to Her charms and rare qualities of char- with him to Berea. laugh from start to finish. Prominent firm. Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson vents sickness. One 20c bottle Sterling Herron L. E. destroy their chances for carrying the acter have made her a favorite with all The young man was very popular in in the cast are Miss Floy Mann and Mr. makes 12 callons of medicine. At drusrists. or by mail, post- Come out, and "root" for Lancaster City election, Vance will get a bigger who know her and her musical and the community in which he lived and Fred Byers, as Happy Jack, the Tramp. paid valuable poultry book Look at your Label and Introduced during the action of the a good, game is guaranteed. 5 tree. rote in Louisville than Willson, and literary talents will be greatly missed has many friends who are grieved at Bocuo.1 tnuai ij. Referee'-- Swope, Unpire Mount. Beckham and Camden should carry the in the circle where she so freely gave his sudden taking. send us that dollar. play there will be seven song hits. H.ElHTRAL6fECQRD: ie$, HOUSE OF QUALITY. Men';s Shoes. Ladies Shoes. Childrens Shoes. I ANCASTER, KENTUCKY. -- gi $ v$ by from GOOO 3& e 'ipyrfohtllartScliafmtT :Iar ' $ y district to 8000 majority. I , XSrt r -- . ! rv -ti i . ! - ' ( Mi-3- -- . i ..K.u..rJltl..,. . ' I , , bric-a-bra- c, , ; ; f I . ! I ! ' t ji ; ! Morn-Aylwar- : ; sons-in-la- w of-H- j et Dl e. .. 4 it i " ... ; , ' , , g ., - I .. ; ! j j LATE WAR HEWS. j j st 1 1.. e, ., v- - itk j W a5i5 $fB?p T !I, WHY c, tn. s The Central Record, Thursday Oct 22 1914. 4 Pasre 5 k & IT TQT A CLkxX 3S3SfcSi!3ft2llaU 63S53Sgti3H&3feSfc553fe3St NEW ASSORTMENT OF w ;f I x Si 1 1 H-- H U ig ' 1A ! CTq r J i - I lt', Suits -- J -- Si 4 Ut4 A fiaH i ?3 Vj e tXK"riA m romimr rices, $15 20, and $ UM ta " !)' M-r- ia' " I'm i 5 r wM wJ f ; r ' s s i fr i See them before they are picked over. --- Jr: s- J & fo "(TItiv fn" ii lHs ill! F M F- - T "54 H Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. Correct Dress For Women. wSiw Hitr" Hfi;gB3SS38SW;wre !f- Ui-- I ai: I U LZ3 I 'f mil ma 00SIE88 DISC WHE4I DRILLS $55.00 5run KIT IS Louiville thr ' Miss-- i Hul"i and Martha (M ..' TterCi.,vvl c?u' representing the I'air.t Lic'-- lio'te-i-iat i enjovablt ten-pow w lodge, of Ai'hicli he is Master. in cmnplirnent t the biide-el.v- t. Miss vJJU'ijeaiW of 1'"" James Hilton and Chas. Znnonu were l.'.'ttj Maa AIcKoberU jr.il the menibers C of the hrid-i- l purty. in Xiho!:fviIle Sunday. I An enjoyable airair in Miss Juli-- i Zanone is at home after a receives shipmeifs 'if Kifjh Clnss New Y rk w t honor of Mi.s McRoberts was that i Crief Mention of the Coming? and visit to relatives in Danville. S7 In. Grnc; by Those 'Az Are Interested t"ndered her by her young gentleman Goods each week, thus insuring the very iaiest Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Sutton were Nov llj 'icnficif hand. TjKaMZBWTSZJSCr friend, Mr. H. Clay KniilFrnan; the recent visitors in Lexington. snappy s'.yles in SUITS. COATS 'and OXE-PIEC-E was held at the Masonic Mis.s Ella Hagan of Richmond is the lodge room on last Thursday evening D. Hugies aecompanit-- h:s Jndf:e ll. Adjoining Opera House. DRESSES. Also yootl line of son K. E. HugiK's to Louisville for a gue3t of Miss Margaret Arnold. anil was in the nature of a card party; visit. Richmond Street. Miss Sara Daniels of Paris is here a most delicious luncheon course was served the select circle of society Mr. Win. Hoover of Xicholasville for a visit to Mrs. John M. Mount. "iD pjople. was the recent guest of Judge A. I). Mrs. J. P. Kipy has returned to her Mrs. Robert Elkin McRoberts has enhome in Lawrenceburg after a visit to cadi- Uo-llcc- ir, Mrs. Fred Neighbors of Livingston Mrs. a. C. Miles, tertained at a lious" party the past f0 is with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. week. This "bevy of beauties" conMrs. J. . Acey of Stanford came HATS. Bourne GOOD LINE $3.00 TRIJ1KED Miss Katherine SpindK Miss Tuesday for a visit to her parents Mr. sisted of Margaret Munson, Miss Betsy Ware, Mr. and Mrs. 1. D. Austin and child and Mrs. Wm Hu"hes. " Miss Anne Cleghcrn, and Mrs Geo. Fort. ren left Sundav to reside in the city ofl .. ihe Misses Dickeison and Jliss Sara Miss McRoberts and her brides maids uovingion. uagars of Kichmond were week end have been the recipient of much social Mr. and Mrs. James Dalton have guest" Airs. J. B. Super, attention and Lancaster was never returned from a visit to relatives in ,, , ,, 1 '"y'"onJ Haselden known to be so gav j it was the past F DC JEESi ' Frankfort entertained a few friends at a l o'clock week. mmwiiii iiiiiiiiii h !! Elder F. M. Tinder left this week to dinner on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Ro'eert Elkin entertained at a engage in a serits or meeting at beautiful reception Saturday afternoon Mrs. W. S. Elkin. of Atlanta arrivSulphur, Ky. I ed Wednesday and is visiting at the in honor of Miss Letty Mae .McRoberts Mis- - Sarah Wages, of Richmond is at the Woman's club room. Mi.--s Mchome of her brother Mr. John Duncan. Roberts together with Misses Muiis.m, isiting Misses Jennie and Mamie Mri. Samuel Cotton spent Monday Cleghorn.Ware, Gill and Mrs Geo. Fort, Dickerson and Tuesday with her lister Mus The room Dr. U C. Boggs. of Richmond was Emma Waiker at Georgetown College. leceived with Mrs. Elkin. was gorgeously decorated in autumn Coiint3r Court Day. down Sunday on his regular weekly i Mr. Fred Stone, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. colors. Large jardir.eers and vases filled business visit. Meier, of Danville were the guests ot with dahlias and chrysanthemums hav- S Mrs. W. O. Rigney is at home after Mr. W. M. Zanono and family Sunday. ' 'tij a background of ferns and potted a visit to her sister .Mrs. James Bum-sid- e plants, made the beautiful room more sii.Jpii,i..i.r';u....f c .una i.iiuuiuu U1MUS Ul OilII oi , JJI in Richmond. lege Lexington was here for a short benutiful still. Mesdames Will Cook, entire concourse of people for Ik j Wauled. Mis. Ge'orge Smith Jr.. has letuwiedj stay with her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Stormes, Jo. Robinson and Frank died his diminutive machin. ui.til Marksbury assisted in entertaining and irti.nn.ttivn as to whervai rrom an extended visit to her patents Luther Gibbs. -: .Miss Nancy Walker and Miss Martha he stood in the presence of the Aine'iu Mrrphy (coloreth if !hi , Ky. 'n with a dextrous uvertuinmt; if dead as to Mr Urjah Dunn of Hustonville, has Kavanaugh presided at the punch bowl. bride-elec- t: hr relatives. of hi; iiniM?i..-i'i- i . 'iiinmLin tli hllr Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Warren f Stan- -' just icturned to his home after a visit Altogether is was happy . i..h,-Mu- l ( : I' Att a ending of a ford were over Sunday with Mr. and of two day with Misses Lula and Lli"a- - week which had been one round of 'receptacle op.'iird ami !o. a I'.nn shower "l.anU r. ot marital gitts Jet: at the iwt l azibd Miv. J. B. Bourne. beth Timpson, near Marksbury. social gaiety. Sefc Tai. McRubcrU who by a becoming inclma Miss Annell Tomlinson is at home! Misses Willie Wilkerson and Patsy A social function in the tio- - of her head gracefully ackuow- Jjdf from a visit to her aunt Mrs. Ross Anderson who have been the guest of nature of a farewell affair to the hride-e:eIedge.1 tnc call of Dan Cupid. at on, ut:d Adams in Lexington. (Miss Januie Bells house party in eaadxe ; Miss Letiv Mae .McRoberts was Diiual lepast was moit elaborate in ils V. ilarrfe. Tn iMCJioIasville for the past week, have given by the Library Mr. J. Raymond Haselden. Mrs Has Committee of the appointments, the dining hall being j returned home, Woman's Club. Mis. II. C. KaulFman. illuminated with golden candies elden and children spent Sunday in futa Far Safe Miss Elsie Zimme; returned home chairman of this department, being the with yellow shades, whilt Stanford with relatives. e tin Itit Tuesday night after a visit of two ; promoter of the au.spiciou.; occasion. actvs (iH wiles from mahogany table jontaiiu-n cen-- I The Presbyterian Missionary Society weeks with trill twil as a vihn's ar in t. her brother. Dr. Chas. The invitation list included the in the wa of a huge French ter. met Wednesday afternoon at the home Zimmcr, of ec f . ' . O., and other bers of the club and the bridal party. : basket several feet high heavily laden 1 It) 2- with bnprovt of Mrs. John E. Stormes. N. K. 15. u relatives in Cincinnati ! A musical program was rendered, Mrs. with yellow chrysanthemums; draperies unimproved. Loxingto K Miss Mattie Adams is at home after Messrs.. W. O. Rigney, W. R. Bas- - Jt"Sfte W- - Sweeney chairman of the lot yellow throughout the apartment a protracted visit to Mr. and Mrs. O. i:cal department, furnishing several accentuated the same color scheme. Far Safe tin. J. W. Sweerey. J. M. Farra are Van Fertilizer lMsc Wheat U. Terrill in Fleming, Ky. in Louisville this week attending the ' ,,iano !ioIo',' :'lis3 Margaret Munson, of Dainty designs in the way cf Cupids iiUy acrv u' land. 2 mil. Mr. H. Goosman and sou Freddie, of Masonic Grand Lodge as representa- - xledina- - New York. brilliantly execut were indicated in the ices--, wnile the Lar. 'aster on s:jsar Creek pik-- . i . ! an instrumental composition, the cakes were embellished with Drills. Ensilage Cutters, Gasoline and Richmond weie guests of Mr. R. ives from the various local Masnni- - ' ln" ho' , . bam and pinty ot vat- - r. .. .......1 nimti iliititi organizations. rose-budseen Halloween favors w.-rand Sunday. !L-.& Walker. Lnc.i . . ' in profusion while nuptial emblems W,?f , l' Mr. and Mrs. John Hudson Boner of ' Robert Ware McRoberts of Atlanta Kerosine Engines J..ee j.ear reniiering a vocal were also bestowed as souvenirs. is here for a visit to his parents Mr. ' ai'P kelson motored to this place and .uiss i;ii,v Tne enthusiastic guests, in making were accompanied home by Mrs. Jack selection, and the members of the club I ii.u V n:n rcu.-I "ani and Mrs. R. E. McRoberts. r .. joining in heartily singing "My Old their adieu, were mjst ardent in thfir j Adams and Mm. O. U. Terrill, and will Tho - frurn An:v t.;; a.i Fn- u I Mrs. J. C. Robinson left Tuesday for 'all ft Kentucky Home". An interesting praise of the enjoyable affair and most Ljid,. th- go later tj Frankfort and Shelby- of n:r hvni. t ..! a two weeks visit to her sister Mrs. t Mr.;. G. vine, at the latter city lor a visit to feature of the evening was the sudden expressive to their hostesses'. W. L!. Denny. La.Ten-''.- r QQ WWd , Wm. Jones in Claik county. appearance of Dan Cupid. Master V. D. Robinson, MNs Nancy Walker and tf Mrs. Grant Trumbo. A. Lear personating the little winged Mis Martha Kavanaugh. ' Miss Bessie Yantis of Indianapolis Waskt!, leiegrams to relatives announced the god. who showered the head of the was here Sunday forthe funeral of her illness last week oi Mrs. G. C. Farris, bride-eleWanie.1 to neat a fain f ab.ii. j with rose leaves. Mrs. 11. aunt the late Mrs, Alex West. at her home it. Colorado. It was at C. Kauffman in behalf of the Library I YUUU HXil IT IN THIS COLUMN. I aertss. Money rent Can jire s.' &' :Miss Ruth Waller has returned to her first thought that her ailment was j Connnitte of the club delivered a short refereacv. E. U. Cre.J !?' home in Louisville after several weeks sarious but later intelligence brought address expressing the regret felt at Lancaster. K . , visit to Mrs. J. E. Dickerson. the news that she was very much the loss of so efficient a member as Clnrks best thread 4 cts at Moores. better. An up to date line of Mens Suits in Mis? McRoberts. .Mrs. O. U. Terrill of Fleming, Ky. is French Serges and Worsted's, juit Mr. White Marseo was the victim of !i?' i here for a visit of two weeks with her "THE GIRL AND THE TRAMP" affair given at received. Tiie quite a painful accident the latter part j parents Mr and Mrs. Jack Adams. home of Logan, Anderson and Tomlinso.. of the past week. In cutting meat, he "Greenwood", the suburban The following 1 vr.s D. Robinson, was one of Mrs. Thomas Wall returned Monday accidentally received by a Chicago tailoring let the knife slip and cut a Mrs. George House for rent. A. H. Bastin. if your coal bin is to her home in Portsmouth, Ohio, after the most elaborate social functions ever the other day. "Din't start .".t. deep gash across his cheek Saw 'The Girl and The Tramp" the s short stay with Mrs. T. L. Broaddus. stitches being necessary a number of held in this city, the invitation list inMens Suits half price at Moores. to close the empty or even half a.-other night and still laughing and cluding about 85 guests. The commoMr. and Mrs. Wm. West and son of wound. t taking on tleh. Will dious apartments of the handsome Fresh oysters and ceiery at Zimmers. thirty days for new call in Speedwell were here Sunday afternoon folly to full. measurement." The following people were here for brick residence were most artistically you want to laugh ami grow fat see for the funeral of the late Mrs. Alex the burial of the late Mrs. Robert Goods 25, 30 and 75 cts. on the dollar If embellished in yellow, this being the "The Girl and The Tramp" at the Lanwait until you have West. Stone; Mr. T. A. Stone and daughter, leading color observable throughout the at Moores. caster Opera House next Wednesday October 2Sth. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunlap Blanton Miss Stella, of Huntington, West Ya., entire suite of rooms. Mrs. George to scrape up che last House and lot on Lexington street, d of Richmond are guests of Mrs. Blan-ton- 's Mr. and Mrs. Victor Stone, Mr. Robinson, Miss Nancy Walker, Miss for sale or rent. Mrs. Susan Fisher. and Mrs. Higgins. of Somerset, Martha Kavanaugh. the bride-elec- t. NOTICE. parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. scuttle from the bottom of the bin. Order and Mr. and Mi's. Thomas Wall, of Miss Letty Mae McRoberts, and the Elmore. Ladies and children: low cut shoes The Garrard Bank and Trust Comnow, get the benefit of lowest market pricss Portsmouth, Ohio. members of the bridal party stood in half price at Moores. Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Elsener, of Red pany, Assignee of II. T. Logan, hereby The Chautauqua Circle met on Tues- the parlor to receiye the large assemHouse, Ky., have been the guests of notifies all of said Logan's creditors and run no of delay on account of earlier closing out sale of the Come to the Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Henry and other day afternoon with Mrs. F. B. Marks- blage of guests; after an interval of that said Bank as such Assignee will bury in the West suburb. This enthus- convivial enjoyment, Master Walker R. II. Batson stock of goods. relatives in Lancaster. orders. on the 23 day of Novembar 1914 move Moore Frank iastic class of students are now enjoy- Robinson, attired as Dan Cupid, apthe Court to release him as "such AsMr. and Mrs. John Crutchfield have ing an interesting course on Tennyson's peared on the brilfiant scene propelling every variety at Zimmers. signee of said II. T. Logan thi3 the 2nd Fruits of returned from a short honeymoon spent poetic works and are noting the signi- a miniature automobile containing a day of Oct. 1914. in Louisville, and are being showered ficant passages remarkable as indica- huge pumpkin which the gracious little Bring the cash to Logan, Anderson The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. , with congratulations. ting the wondrous foresight of the god evidently intended to bestow upon & Tomlinson and see now much money Assignee of H. T. Logan. Mr. Jchn A. Conn is attending the Prophet-Poe- t. 10 the most important personage in the we can save you. " 3EEJC Full Stock 4 r- EiS! - Masonic (Jrand Lodge in S .sople &.bou : ive-- k, a-- . 'e L?ne pro-nupti- al I i Jtasmoii -- OAo,v. e Children's Jcats and I Ohe fashion - &hop j ! s3 i teller iPtrnold. i WANTED ' a-- , 950 to 250. Will he m Lancaster Aflondau 061 26th T fJARFrcOS IFVfflfiTfiW I We want ,000 Army Horses or mares, 5 to 8 years old, weight KY ' blil.-iiii- '. I -- ;.-.- i 1 ct :.;, hot-de- hand-jsom- 2-- Z .' num-Pomero- y, tor-pie- -i fm-nt- s ; i ' jf ow ? s; e , 1iMmlto' dm g i- i i 'il fin m" &6tbb j , Row's The Time ! :J s For Fitlfng Up pre-nupti- al ietter-telegrar- n It's ab-r.i- Con-nar- risk Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. 8-- Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Oct 22, 1914. COMMISSIONER'S SALE How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Kail's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENET & CO.. Toledo. O. We. the undersigned, have knov.-- F J 15 years, Cas-ey'- s Wall PaiDer IMPORTED Beginning at 9:30 a. m. promptly the following described property: thence in a northeast course to a sugar tree near the top of the cliff of Kentucky river, thence with the cliff to Richard Cecil's line; thence with Cecil's line line; thence with to Jessie Casey's line to line ot above tract: OF thence with said line to the beginning, containing 10 acre, more or less, see D. B. U. page 515 said office. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Lot 5. Tnat tract of land containing season a full line of We have in stock this 145 acres and was conveyed to Geo. H. Ruble bv Everett Cheatham Sept. 19 J. F. Cook & Co., Plaintiffs, 1905 D. B. 21 page 24 bounded thus : Beginning where the Hickman road VS. White Oak on the west by said G. H. Ruble, et al. Defendants, crosses the north and east by the lands creek on and of J. A. Pulliam and heirs of W. S. H. Baughman, et al, on Poor (now Smalley). on the East by J. besides the ordinary papers we are carrying. S. Ison on the south by the Hickman Plaintiffs, and Harrodsburg road, containing 145 VS. acres. G. H. Ruble, et al. Defendants. Lot No. 6 lies on th-- ; waters of White Pursuant to a judgment rendered at Oatc creek and bounded as follows: Bethe June Term. 1914. ttie undersigned ginning at a stake B corner to the Commissioner will sell at public auction dower of Mrs. Elizabeth Poor widow of before the Court House Door in Lan- William L. Poor, deceased, thence N caster. Kentucky, at 11 o'clock, A. M. 201 W 29 poles to a stake corner to or thereabouts, on said dower, thence S 78 W 18 poles to D. corner to dower and lot No. 2 in the MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1914, division of W. L. Poor's estate thence it being the lirst day of the Garrard S 724 W 84 poles to a stake cor County Court Term, the following real ner to lot No. 2, in said division, estate which is bounded and des thence S 22 E 44 poles to a Gum Black Oak, thence N 58 E 2S follows; Nine tracts ti cribed Garrard County, Kentucky, of beginning, containing 79 poles tc the 25 acres. land in ad Tract No. 7. is bounded as follows: joining and contigious to each other beginning at a stake near a Gum tree and thus bounded. Tract No. 1. Being tract inherited by thence S 58 W 27.3 poles to a stake in Kate Ruble from her lather Jas. G. Asa Brown's line, thence NJ E 4 polPoor being division of es to a stake corner to Elizabeth Jane CleanlMiUing. f said Poor's lot No, 1 in theSaid Good Wheat. N E 19 real estate. division Poor, m having been made in 1876 and the same 77J E thence N 86 stake poles thence of 9 poles to a in the line ifiY is recorded in Garrard County Court J. H. Dickerson, thence S 2J E 16.4 B Clerk's Office in D. B. 2, page 478 and poles to the beginning, containing 5 acres. 1 rood 37 poles. described as follows; Tract No. 8, also lies in Garrard Co. Beginning at a stone corner to same parcel to lot No 2 in said division, thence on the waters of Kentucky River, bes: N 81 V 2i poles to a stake cornei to ginning at a stake D corner to dower dower; thence with the dower line S in the original division of the landed Wm. Poor, and also corner W 25 a 3i10i E 51poles to towhite oak; thence estate ofNo. 1, S. said division, thence No Bleach. in No Blend. 3 poles a stone corner to tr. tract dower, thence S 711 V 34i poles to a N 12 E 4J poles to E corner to dower stone corner, thence N 30J W 373 poles and lot No. 5, thence N 24 E 67 poles 10 a sione corner to tsrown, thence X to F corner to lot No. 3, thence to two nf,. jjusl G. thence S 12 white -If Bleached and Blended Flour questions your Ji) 11, W llii Tlnton tr, o jiaic .. . turner .iui' e: to aoaks atcorner to lot ho.W1 10 pol " j'. at H. Dickerson, thence S 74 W 11 .noles to stae health, why take a chance? Use a siuue turner iu seconu i parcel or lot thence with the same N 62 E 84 poles No 2. thence with the line of same S to tne beginning, containing 41 acres 11J W 34.81 poles to the beginning. it being lot No 2 in said division Lots Nos. 6, 7 and 8 are the same containing zuj acres. tracts of land sold by Jas. H. Smalley Tract No. 2. Being a part of the of the lands of Jas. G. Poor set and wife to G H. Ruble on Sept. 14. apart to the widow as her dower and 1910. by deed D. B. 26 page 335, said and be safe. one half undivided interest in the said Clerks office. tract inherited bv the said Kate Ruble Tract No. 9, beginning at the North qa from her father Jas G. Poor, at the edge of the County road, leading from a death of his widow and the said Kate the Danville, Lancaster and Nicholas-vill- e pike and the Mt. Olivet church Ruble purchased the one half interest of lot owned by her from Jennie Ruble, corner to Mrs. Lane, thence along the 5 ., WK my vaHi.Hdeed dated Dec. 14, 1895, D. B. 14, page west side of another road but exclud91, Garrard Countv Court Clerk'soffice. ing the same N 182 V 4.20 chains to a stone at the northwest side of said Said tract is bounded as follows:- Beginninir at a stake near an plm nn road, thence still with the west side of the branch corner to David Scott, thence said road N 32 E 16.62 chains to a up said branch with its meanders S 40 stake corner to Logan Scott, thence fc. lb poles S 3 E 15. poles S 33J W with his line N 88J W 70.80 chains to a 23.30 poles to a slake; thence S 20J W stake in his line corner to Fletcher W 17.60 poles to a stake corner to Ison, Ison; thence with his line S 30 thence S 5 W 80 poles to a white oak 13 61 chains to a stake corner to Ison; 10.70 chains to a stone corner to King, thence S 77i W 3 poles thence N 87 to a stone corner to Ison. thence N 30J corner to said Ison and to George RubW 75i poles to a stone corner to lot No le; thence S 2 W along the east side 1 in said division of RICHMOND, KY. Jas G. Poor land, of the road 8.33 chains to the middleof 5?J thence N 74 E 34.12 poles to a stone the afore said county road; thence with n corner to lot No 1, thence S 81 E 20 the said County road with its mandors A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS ? pole? to the beginning, containing 25 to th' beginning, containing 21.8 acres Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life conveyed to George RuDle by C. T. acres. State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of KenTract No. 3. Being a portion of the Detreitch and wife by deed dated Dec. tucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition land inheritated by Jennie Ruble from 17. 1912. D. B. 29, page 345. said Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice her father Jas. G. Poor, and by deed of clerks office. school, department of agriculture, a well equipped record now in D. B. 14, page 91, said Said tracts of land lie together, adDomestic Science. First Term begins gymnasium. office, dated Dec. 14. 1895, conveyed joining and used as one large farm, September 7. Second Term November 10, Third Term this tract of land to Kate Ruble and contaiding 530 acres of land, more or January 25, Fourth Term April 5, Summer School openi same is bounded as follows: Beginning Ilss. June 14, Catalogue Free. j. ;. CRABBK, President. at a stake near an elm tree on the The purpose of the sale of the real branch corner to dower in the said di- property is to satisfy the debt of J. H. vision, thence with said road N 81 W Bitughman, which amounts to, including 17$ poles to a stake corner to David the interest.up to Aug 24, 1914515.601.-0- 0 Scott, thence S 11 W 37 60 poles to the and the debt of the Farmers National beginning, containing 3 acres. The Bank, of Danville, Ky.. amounting to above three tracts containing in all 56 including interest $2,050 to said date acres. debt of the Nicholasville LumTract No 4. Being a tract of 231 acres the Company, amounting to $j27.77 to ber of land on the waters of White Oak said date, S. Evans & Company's Creek, and being the same conveyed to debt amounting to $309.52 to said date, Kate Ruble by Z. T. Ison and wife Jan debt of Charles Deitrich amount i loao. ueeu recoruea u. ti. 14. Daee ing to 5294.35 to said date. J. r. 9J, said clerk s office, described as fol- -' Cook & Company's debt, amounting to lows, said tract composed of five sep- - $560 F0 to said date, debt of Joseph erate .tracts of land, same which was C. VanMeter amounting to $143.10 to inheritated by John W. Poor from his 3aid date. W. B. Hatchett's debt father s estate known as Lot No. 8 in amounting to $464.85 to said date, in the division of the la ids of W. S. and the probable cost of this action ' PMr Cont!TS amounting to $400. aFre3- Said real estate will be offered in I hvMrti,Rri.X V i i. w ' Dye I seperate . parcels and then as a whole . ,. WW , KH f h lo,QCf No. 3. The same convtyed to John tiuu vc uiu ji uiuj ivuiibiiig vii v. lu&ft-kjwill be accepted. The sale will be W. Poor by Jas W Ballard containing sum made on a credit ot six and twelve 118 acres. No. 4. The sarr.e that was conveyed months and the purchaser or purchasto John W. Poor by Brown and others ers will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the purcontaining 25J acres. No. 5. The same that was conveyed chase price due in six and twelve to John W. Poor by Benjamin Hayden months after date, bearing interest at six per cent per annum from date until and containing 52 acres. and The tract of land herein referred to paid, said bonds having the force exe- as iract ino. 4 01 Z31 acres is more ii effect of a judgment upon which cution may issue, payable to W. H. specifically described thus;- Brown, Commissioner of the (TractA.) Beginning at a stake at Garrard Master Court, and a lien will Circuit E. corner to lot No. 2; thence with dower N 86 E 21 poles to a rock in the be reserved upon the property sold unedge of a pond at F; thence S 6S E 19 til all the purchase money is paid. poles to a s,take at G; thence S 77 E W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. 22 poles to a stake at I; thence N 12 E 7j poles lo a stake at 2; thence W 45 Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. 3 poles to a stake at F. corner to lot No. 2; thence with the same S 24 W to the beginning, and containing 23 acres Statement Of The Ownership, Manageof land. (B) A tract of land on the waters of ment, Circulation, Etc., Required White Oak Creek beginning at a white By The Act Of August 24, oak tree corner between Brogle and Green thence an East course to branch 1912. thence down said branch to the corner thence a west course to a stake in 1 Gasoline Engine and Gutter, 2 two horse Green's field thence South to the be Of The Central Record published ginning, containing 13 acres, more or 1 Runabout, 1 Cart, less. See D. B. U, page 415. said office. Weekly at Lancaster. Ky., for October wagons, 1 Carriage, 1 Buggy, 1914. (C) A tract of land on White Oak Editor, J. E. Robinson. Creek & Wagon Harness, Binders, Mowers, Reapers, No. beginning at the corner of lot Managing Buggy 4 in division lands of Wm Hogan, R. L. Elkin. Editor. W 12 poles Business R. L. Elkin, Hay Rakes, Disc Harrows, Wheat Drills and all kinds thence 90 poles to to a corner of W Publisher,Manager. N Pulliam's corner The Central Record. Incor 1.32 poles 63 farm. Sixty acres of 60 poles N to Brown's corner50Npoles W porated. kept on a first-cla- as 34 E 76 poles W of N Owners; (If a corporation, give its 117. W 31 poles N 33J W 40 poles N 20 W2 mouth White Oak Corn and Fodder in the field, Six work mules, 1 colt, 4 S 42 poles to the N 83 E of poles to a names and the names and addresses of E 198 poles 92 stockholders holding 1 per cent or more 4 of horses, 4 brood mares, 1 very fine saddle colt, corner of said lot No. 118thence S to the of total amount of stock. If not a corhead beginning containing acres more or Deed Book T, page 133, said poration, give names and addresses of less. 6 Jersey milk cows, 6 heifers, 2 weanling calves, 5 office. See individual owners.) (D) land on Oak pigs, 20 shoats. Household and kitchen Creek Tract of at a whiteWhite tree The Central Record. sows and beginning oak near a spring running N 13 W 72 poles J. E. Robinson. Lancaster, Ky. a white walnut and 2 sassafras trees Francis C. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. to furniture. in Grants line thence S 87 E 57i poles R. L. Elkin, Lancaster, Ky. to 3 dog woods and one beech, thence Known bondholders, mortgages, and S 13 E 72 poles to an 'ash and walnut thence N 87 W 57J poles to the begin- other security holders, holding 1 per ning, containing 251 acres. See Deed cent or more of total amount of bonds, Book W page 447 said office. mortgages, or other securities: (If (E) Tract of land on the waters of there are none, so state.) White Oak creek, beginning at a beech None. and white oak stump Fugate's old line Ayerage number of copies of each thence N 1 W 92 poles to a stake thence S 88 W 73.8 poles to a stake; thence S issue of this publication sold . or dispoles to an ash stump thence tributed, through the mails or otherS 89 W 50 poles to a stake in the cen- wise, to paid subscribers during the ter of a small branch; thence up the six months preceding the date shown same with the central meanders there of S,561 E 14.44 poles; thence S 38 E above. (This information is required ADMINISTRATRIX. 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 R. L. c ai.a poies to tne Deginning, contain- Sworn to and subscribed Elkin, me before ing 42 acres 2 rods and 8 poles. See this twelfth day of Oct. 1914. George Deed Book U page 545 said office. (F) A tract adjoining tha above, be- Smith, Jr., Notary Public (My comCol. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer ginning at a stake corner above tract mission expires February 10, 1918. A. LAND. VOTE FOR OATMEALS cross-petitio- n Cheney for the last and believe him perfectly honorable in all buslm-s- s transactions and financially able to carry put anv obligations made by his firm. NATIONAL. BANK OF COMMENCE. Toledo. O Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intrnallv. upon the blood and muactins directly cous surfaces of the system. Testimonial sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. J. F. OF GARRARD COUNTY HOfeTCbAW Fj- - Nominee of The Progressive Party FO CONGRESS. Of The 8th Congressional District of Kentucky is a vote against Chilb Labor, against Competition of Ftee Labor with Convict Labor. McRotats Drug1 Store L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. ?v For Protection of Labor. Nation Wide Prohibition 1 at;- - arJ Dln.i:n. YOUR INFLUENCE SOLICITED. X t. o mt Arrive. No 10: 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & t Pour StrongPoints Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland. L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. Rigney, J. J. WALKER. Joe J. V.'alser. Jr.. Vicr. - Preat. 'I Ass't Ca3h'r. Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ORGANIZED 1SS3. 'We Citizens Capital $50,000. National Bank Surplus $40,000. i.-- 4 9 OF LANCASTER, KY. GLEN LILY na I I .- .1 Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. lounty Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris. 1st. Monday. Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Mondav. This bank is supervised by the United States Goerncier. Your deposits are thus guardeu: saf-t- y 3hou!d be first ; all things. Deposit with us, ar.d you car. help us. arc! we car help you. Make this bank YOUR bark. ' Diaw i Check 1 ari'orr m ui m u Go. (. for the money you ov e and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business vith a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. lift m 1 1 mm I The undersigned hereby g"e warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful est extent of the law Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. P.. L. Elkin. G. W; Elam. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney W. G. Anderson John M. Farra J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. S. C. Henderson. B. M. Lear. W. S. Embry A. J. Caddell, H. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Sarah J. L. Hackley Jas. G. Conn. W. B. Ray. S. L. Rich. J. C. Morgan. We will add other names for 25 cents cash. Official Directory Of Garrard County. POSTED They know he is doing business in a bas:p.e33 lik.- - way. Better open such an account ever, if yoiir aifairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company and Patented.- uesignea ui 1887 .. "- - "J. Twenty-seve- n Years Ago the first Cortright Metal Shingles were put on. MH The H Ul I , II I I .nininilfS.to I ,,: Hitrdm. Circuit Judge Jlon. OM.irie-ifommonneiiltln Attoruej Hon. Emmet Pur Jeiir. Circuit C'lerV William B. Mason. Master Commissioner-'- W. H. Brown EvcrSinc Standard They're still on still in good condition, and the only attention they've had is an occasional coat of paint. In addition to the lasting qualities, they're Fireproof, Stormproof and inexpensive. For Sale by I Trustee Jury Fund Benj. F. Robin io Official Court Stenographer Ml-ue 'ihe'bj Mhioii. County J udueC .a. Arnold County Attoniej d. C. Walker County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Totnlintoa. Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofinj Company. 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. I will sell at public auction on the farm neat Bryantsville. Coroner Sheriff C A. Robinson. Deputy SLerlff oforge T. Btilard Superiuteudanc ol schools Mis JeaaSe Hlg Assessor iia'e zanders. Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray J. A Jones. Sifs. I I Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berriej. For treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herts-- 13 Days' Treatment. Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Pries 10c. 3 bars U. OS 3LE AT ! Thursday October 2g9 14 Jaller Dae Kos. iupervisorof Roads Cleveland J. W Elmore. MAGISTRATE.-- . Bi.uru-Treasu- 2-- J. X. White 1st. DN:. Logan Iaou 2nd. Dis:. Jobs S. Hdm 3rd. Dist. James Coldiron 4th, Disr. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Tbomps Arnold. Jr. 1st. DU: St. 00 23c 25c HcMurtrj. 2nd. Dist. lleudren. 3rd. Dist. Thomas P. King. 4th. Dist. R. D O. J. DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR OP C. C. & i. E. Stormes and R. L McRocerts. Fu-ga- te tools CITY OF LANCASTER. Mayor L. U. Da idsou. City Judge J. P. I'rather. City Attorney J. E. R&biusoa. City CIrk F.G. Hurt. City AssessorIohn SI. Mount. City Treasurer W. F. Champ. Chief Police I . E. Herron. COUNCILSIEN Parker Gregory. J. H. Daltou W. SI. Zanone. Sam Cotton. Dr. J. A. Amon. w. O. Goodloe PURSLIY'3 INDIAN HERBS AWELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box of our sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or other of cur carbonated beverages. If you have not yet tried any or all ot them jou don't know what a fine treat you have been missing. Dcn't keep on missing it. Order a box and commence enjoying yourself. to-d- B wis 37 Sale Begins promptly at A Neatly Engraved Visiting Card proper thing (or a lady or gentle' man to present nowadays, when making calls. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. Is mix Fv7 I 1 9:30 THE Lancaster tling CO. BotPhone 202. o'clock.,,, We Write Anv Kind of y MRS LOGAN BURKE Kentucky INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. Bryantsville,' CENTRAL RECORD J. . Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Phone 27. f yl!5frt4U- - afli fc&fcj Xa a- - 4 . -- Hwr "-- ." , T)v The Central Record, Thursday Oct 22 1914. Children Ciy for FIetcierrs 3SK SUNDAY Lesson IV. SCHOOL Fourth Quarter, For Oct. 25, 1914. SERIES. 47-5- THE INTERNATIONAL sf 3-- BBhmbmL "tTiisl-a.jroiitl" ljkLJI5 Text the Lesson, Matt, r.xvi, 3-- The Kind You Have Always Bonght, and which has been in ii.se for over SO years, has home the signature of. and Jjas hecn made under his per- tjiCJ7;'L' sollal supervision since its infancy. ztV, Allowito one todoffivn vim in tliin. All Coiinlcrfeit.x, Imitations and arc hut Hvperinients that trillu with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experinieut. for Castor Oil, Paregoric. Drops a::d Koothinjr Syrups. It is pleasant. It :;t.. his :ieitlur Opium, Klorphine nor other Narcotic js i;e is its guarantee. It destroys years AVorms : : '! J:..- - : . v :! .liness. For more than thirty it I.:i been Srs c'..s'.i!i!; it." for the relief of Constipation, I h:t:I.'itt , i;:i. Colic, u'.l Teediin Troubles and Is ihe Stomach and UomcIs, i: iml.a.i i!..' I nod. jjivhur healthy and natural bleep. The C.'iildrf's Panacea Tlio Mother's Friend. i xxvii, xxvii, Memory Verses. Matt. Golden Text, Matt, xxvi, 24, Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. Here is another instance of tod and the devil fare to face, as in the temptation in the wilderness (chapter ivi, at tho .Ionian. Hut after the bapti-there it vn the devil in his own person, while here it is the devil in Judas I sen riot. First the devil put the thought into Ihe heart of Judas, and later he entered in himself (John xiii. ", "7. if we would bo ovcreomers we must t the thoughts that are evil. It is encouraging to know that if we rosi-- t the devil he will tiee from us (J;., iv. 7: l'et. v. S !). We nui- -t bear in mind that our great daily ! not m much with the isible in the form of people or as with the rulers of the datkneN of this wni Id. wMced spirits in the heav- (Kph. vi. !). and we certainly need tlii' whole armor of !od to be aide to Maud against the wiles of the m re-ds1 on-tll- Cflsior'i What is CASTORIA a harmless snlistitnto . ri Thupsdau, I Page 7 I f MIIIIMIIIDtlllllimoillt Il IA m CARDS. OJIOOJIgli v : t rm. a w mw ka s H he '. m ( ( ood Firfht Room Brick iIo;:s; Store Room, for S.ile utern. Wei', Hydra; t L'ar- - v Neies rfr Out Hunt rj. r or further information . .. ii i Henry Duncan's Harber Shop. I WILL ON Br. Wm. D. Pryor $ Veterinary I : November 5th, 1914 lf j at Rainey Lancaster. Office -- and Dentist. s Livery -- Surgeon St-iC - Kenttuky lIa.!ia. j GENUINE CASTOR A 8 ALWAYS at 10 o'clock a. m., sell my farm of 230 acres, located one-hamile of Crab Or- chard, in graded school district, first offering about 130 acres with tenant house land outbuildings; then about 100 acres with improvements, then as a whole the bid on either tract or as a whole, will at my option be accepted. 6-ro- WSiSjZfrg 5s5-- S yy.DCiiis uie oignaiure or In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CF NTAUR COMAMV. NEW YORK CI TV. W& ESE STOCK & POULTRY MEDICINE The improve- - ):?l'ZTyZ'1"i't!t!t''1'' and devil. Some one b.is said that as this was the greatest piece of work the devil ever undertook he could not trust it to any of his followers, and so enteied 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 THE NEW OppuMtf Post i- Have You Poultry Troubles ? Cure the liver and you cure the bird. Nearly all poultry troubles are due to a disordered liver. Thousands of poultry raisers who use it all year round to keep their ilocks in good health, highlv recommend Bee Dee RccDee STOCK 5 Pl'L'LTRV .MEDICINC i a iIi:nJid cure lor liver trouble, roup and chicken cho.cra. Given regularly with the leed. in small doses, it also makes an excellent tonic F. J. Stowe. Purcell. Okla. It's a liver Medicine. Also a strengthlng Tonic. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At your dealer's. PB BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS to August 1. 1915 and pu&ranteed against any reduction during that time 1. li'1-- Elective from August TOURING CAR RUNABOUT TOWN CAR r . it i v.-- e :. .!v. I. r -- j. '. i fu 'y f Tatr- riulpjei. t niini-mu:- tl IE r. efHcsency in iiar factory production, and the co- -t in our purchasing and ales departments ii .. can reach an uu'itut of :!00.00() cars between we reach tills the atiove date. And we agree :o pay a the buyer's share from . t'i tia prr car (on or about August 1. lSUo) to x.tv retail buyer wlio purchases a new Font car n. Fcrnrr. vi!, be able to obtain the maximum bi--l .'.-,- : August 1. 1S14 and August 1. 1913. into Judas himself. It was a host of the deUl's followers, including the chief priests, elders and scribes, who came with Judas as their leader, for our Lord had said to them earlier in His ministry. "Ye are of your father the devil" (John vili. 41). It is wiitten that the way in which tin betrayer knew where to find .Teiw was liecauso He ofttinsos resorted thither with His disciples (John sviil, til. "The wii ked fonei wateheth the righteous and seeketli to slay him" (IV. xwii. "ii. and he seems to know our resorts and our weaknesses. Judas had told the band of followers that he would indicate the man they wanted by kissing II Int. This he did. and Jesus sulfered it, simply saying. "In das. liotrayost thou the Son of Man with a kissV" (I.uke sxii. 4S.) How much rii' bore for our sakes. hut how little wo seem able to bear for Him! Knowing all things that should como upon Him, He went forth to meet His enemies and said. "Whom seek ye?" Si They answered. "Jesus of Nazareth." to which He replied. "I am." Thou happened a wonderful thing, an Instance of His power, an illustration of the fact that not all the soldiers on earth could take Him if lie had not been willing. They wont backward and fell to the ground (John They would never ii.ne ris xviii. en again if Hi' had not permitted, but would have been like the army of Sen nacherib. all dead men (II Kings xix. !!."ii. He allowed them to rise up and come again and take Him. It was then that IVter in his zeal blundered with Ids sword and took off a man's oar. but our Lord gently lelmked IVter and healed the o.lr. How often by our ldimderings we hinder people from hearing the gospel! It may be by untimely yea I or by -- mile Inconsistency or some word or deed suggested by the devil. In following lessons we will take up the stoiy of Jesus and Peter and .Testis before Pilate, but now wo asked to continue the story of Jud-iasuntil the end of his earthly lecordod in chapter xwii. this portion of the record being found only here. Tho seeming change In Judas was when he saw that Jesiis was ac tually condemned Is it possible that. haiiigsoen so milch of the now or of Tosiis Christ and ro'nomb-rin- g fie ' 'when Hi' ipiieti.v. slipnoil awav the hands of the people of siiolli and perhaps ree:i"ing IPs winds t'i no man could take His life fioin !!'" (John . 1). lie did not believe tii- -t ITwould oor let His enemies kill If! He could make a liltlo money : d K j fool the high priests ainl others li s ... lng Jesiis take Hinisoli out of piei ! I -re fi-i, 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 will 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. will also Barber Shop ! - o Bath In Connection. J. Fine John . Seale,Prop Cut M. at the same time am! place, sell my crop, farmiiip. utensiR hmisehold and kitchen furni10 Flowers McRoberts. ture, etc., consisting of 2 good work horses, 1 acres of corn in tield. sugar cane in shock, hay, straw, 200 shock of fodder, etc. 1 For Every Occasion combined horse, gentle family horse. 1 pair three-year-o- ld ork mules. :? mares and one-ha- lf Percheron colts; cows and calves and Jersey heifers: 1G shoais weighing from 100 to 150 Farming utensils, two-hors- pounds each; 6 Duroc Jersey gilts and 2 brood sows and 18 pig consistingjof wa-on- s, all subject tu register. W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon LANCASTER. Office Phone 6. Office Hoars . mowing machines, turning plows, double shovels, cultivators, drills single anil I e. Anyone wanting to buy all. or part of this farm, call on me and same any time before sale. will take pleasure in showing KY. -r Liberal terms will be given and made known on day of sale. Residence Phone J20 "Hire - no to li Ip.m. loi l.i xitiictn. R. L M. DUNN, IJICKI- - YK. H. BRONAUGH, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. NINA. GARRARD COUNTY B. F. Phone Co. DENTIST. Walter Lancaster. K Auctioneer. H. Paint power. ES3B j Drills. accurately any seed from the smallest flax see to the largest cow pea. Will sow does not s.iy tlie- - wore wriMe'i. bi: spoken, b.x Joreii'iah. If Jeremi-ispoke tlieiii and Zochaiiah wrote th-'- n Jh.tr would clear it all up Some we will know, if necessary. Tho words (' Judas in verse !. "' have sinned it, fiat ! have tiotniyod are to itiy :iinil the innocent one f the stior.gest testimonies n record to the holiness of the Lord Jesus- - the testimony of one possessed by the dot II. who was in a sense one of the twelve and knew the inner life of the little coiipany and would have seen any flaw in the life of the Lord .Testis If there had been any. I have often wondered If he was chosen that he might leave tills testimony on record. The elders and high priests seemed glad to have dealings with him when he offered to betray ! Mo-mI.- cannot tell what His thoughts were I cannot forgot tho worN. "It had been good for that mm if ho had io been born" (Matt.xl. J!i The pi- - r-silver remind us of the money re oeived by Joseph's brethren when th-- N 'om !" sold him. and aKo of the pn-d- i Verso Zech. i. 1 of our less.-i- i little porpleing. as it is said then that tho winds about tho pieces of vp ver were spoken by Jeremiih ih prophet, yet wo liud them written i' Oar losstv ochariah. not Je"imiah I but of 1 '- -a Jesus, but All Kentucky Drills have the immense advantage of the low changed hisnow that he seems to have mind they throw him off hitch, it has also a general purpose disk, being especially good in hard with the words: "What is that to us? See thou to that." ground, crusty tough soil, unplowed stubble or root land. Equipped Why Not Publish It. with chilled bearings which are simple and durable, drag bars of heavy When you want a fact to become high carbon steel, built of the Best material throughout. Get our price 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. Becker, Ballard & Co PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. stomach and frequent headaches. She writes, "I feel it my duty to tell others 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" For sale by all dealers. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitaker visited the latters father, Mr. Wesley Sutton. FISCAL COURT I Sunday. Lick. Kentackv Mr. ami Mrs. Sim Wheeler are re- 'August Special Term, August 22, 1914. joicing over the arrival of a !t pound Bond Election to Repair Court House boy. called. Mrs. Sam Ward of Livingston Is The question being under the convisiting friends and relatives at this sideration of the Fiscal Court concern-- ! place. FUNERSL DIRECTOR inR the condition of the Garrard l'ount Reverend Morgan filled his appoint- Court House, the vaults of the same Oll!re Our National Rj-- h ment at Bethel Saturday night Sunday containing the Public Record, the - J7 x'hoiie :. OHte i of the different Court Room- - and and Sunday night and delivered some the various office room- - m the Court LANCASTER. KY Rood sermons. House and thequestion being before the On last Saturday night at 1 o'clock court on motion ami trie same the death anRel visited the home of submitted to the court for vote, it is Phone ol:a tr a. 'l!ice Hours t I tot J2'J. ito3'' Mr. and Mrs. Butler Sebastian and the opinion of the court that the said Court House and the various named ' claimed as its victim their own little (departments need repairing ami in many H. KJecaj Mi fi six year old boy Lewis. He was stricken respects remodeling and it is the opinion with Membranous croop and lived but a 01 the court that the sum ot $l.i.(ir) no Doctors Of Dental Surgery. short while. He will be missed by his should be appropriated for the purpose OIIkl :"Hic- - Bi.l.rt.ni. uvt-- i H'.r- - v of said work as herein after pecihVull school mates. His remains were laid -- lort? mrHEALTHY HAIR SOFT, ru-set out. and the said Fiscal t'ojrt hereto rest in the family buryniR ground by suggests that said appropriation be LANCASTER KENTl t KY. The writers heart FLUFFY AND RADIANT; Sunday afternoon.extended to the family made and does heri-b- j recommend felt sympathy is that is that the .iimofSt.",iitH).ini. in sad bereavement; and may they be appropriated fot the putpose ,t Beautiful hair does not justhappento be their comforted by Him who said sulier lemodeling. repairing and be so. but is always a matter of care little children to come unto me and for the two vaults and changing the locabade them not for of such is the King- tion of the same in the Court House if and proper nourishment of the Leading Manufacturing necessary for remodeling the cupida if No matter if your hair is fall- - dom of Heaven. A precious one from them has gone, found to ue neccessary: for remodeling and lull of tag out. stringy, lifeless and lepairing the Circuit Court Room A voice they loved is still, dandruff, Parisian Sage, an inexpensive anil remodeling, repairing, and over is all that A place is vacant m their home. 133-13- 5 tonic, sold by all druRRists. hauling the Court House for the purWest Main St Which never can be tilled. pose of making :t ne-i- t anil comfortable is ever needed. It nourishes the hair and to put in the same a s.Wem ot Lexington, Kentucky. roots and stimulates the growth of new heating and to put water "from the e York. IiruseN iV tuir hair. Kven dandruff is entirely removLancaster Water Works in the ed with one application, and itching It is therefore ordered and adjudged by the Fiscal Court of Garrard Count scalp and falling hair cease; your hair Kentucky that at the Regular Election will be bright, vigorous, soft and Huffy, j to be held in Garrari! County on the Whether your hair, is oily, dry or1 , -- vatar third day of November l'JM a"n election . r.iir-Sage immediately re-- 1 shall be held and a poll shall be 0Kntd at brittle. Parisian which all legal voters ir. Garrard County moves the cause, and by toning up the should be "nipped in the shall be privilege! to vote on the quesfcalp quickly lestores the hi'ir to its bud", icr if allowed to run tion, "Are you in fa or of issuing original brilliancy and vigor. unchecked, serious results bonds, for the purpose of remodeling Numerous Sage can always he had from ' ami repairing the Court House of may follow. Parisian Garrard County Kentucky, for a sum cases cf consumption pneuIt. K. McUoberts and is a delightful not e.xceeding SIS.OOO.OO." and easily applied treatment that will monia, and ,l,er fatal disit is further ordered that an election red back to eases, can i never fail to act as a real and lasting .be held and polls be opened at al! the a cold. At the first sign of a to your hair and scalp. benefit voting precincts in Garrard county and the Sheritr of Garrard county be and cold, protect yourself by Hereford Bull the is hereby directed to advertise said thoroughly cleansing your MrOKEAKY. j election and the objects thereof, for at system with a few doses of SEASON 191L . least 80 days next before thereof, in the Miss Leota Ray is in Frankfort with Central Record, it being the news paper having the largest circulation in said THEDFORD'S friends. County, and further advertise the same Two miles from Lancaster on the Miss Beulah Smith visited Miss by printed hand bills, posted up at or Richmond pike. Barbara Gulley. notless than four public places in each BLACK-DRAUG- HT ! voting guest at precinct in Garrard County and R. E. Mr. Hubert Howard was a also at the Court House door, the Clerk . this place Sunday. j of the Court is ordered to furnish a ' certified copy of the order to said Sher-jif- f. Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Hill were in It is further ordered that if the Friday. vote hereby ordered is in favor of said Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hill visited Mr. I bond issue, then the Fiscal Court will and Mrs. J. W. Hill, in obedience to said vote and under the old reliable, vegetable Chapter 52 Article 4 Kentucky Statutes Mr. Miley Beazley was with Mr. powder. liver andthe other Statutes relating to this , Adolph Beazley recently. Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, o subject issue bonds in any sum not exceeding $15,000.00. for the purpose of Madison Heights, Va., says: Mr and Mrs J. W, Hill were visitors repairing and remodeling the Court j "1 have been using Thed-ford- 's of Mr. and Mns. Thomas Hill. of Garrard County Kentucky , House ' for Come to the Christian Endeavor at and to be issued npon such'terms as to troubles, indiges stomach time of payment and to payment of New Antioch Thursday evening. tion, and colds, and find ittc interest and sale of Bonds as the Court Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Remember Sunday evening at 7:30 is in it discretion may deem best.but the be the very best medicine Every one come. Garden. preaching at Antioch. i bonds are not to he' sold for less than ever used. It makes an old , their face value or bear interest at a Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Mrs. Rolanda Hill was a guest of man feel like a young one." gieater rate than six per rent interest Mrs, H. B. Ray and Mrs. Elizabeth Insist on Thedford's, the per annum from date until paid, E-Walker.. & Sons. original and genuine. A true copy. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Turner were the j ; attest J. W. Hamilton. Clerk Lexington, Kentuckv guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garrard County Court, Nurserymen since 1841. C. A. Rcbinson, Sheriff of Garrard Co. recently. Joe Ross Miss Bula Smith of Newby was the week end guest of Miss Barbara Gulley Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hay and Mr. and Alts. A. C. Miles were in Xicholas-vill- e Mondav. Mis-- s Agnes Miles spent last week with her brother Mr. Lillard Miles at Nicholas ville. Mrs. Willie Cotton and children have returned home after a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Brown. Mis Her and Mr. Smillie Hill were week end truests of Miss Mamie and Mr. Burton Stapp of Lancaster. Mrs. Nora Teater, Mrs. George Ray. and children spent a few days in Kich- momi with Mrs. Mary Dickerson. J. PATRICK, Dentist. j. R. Beazley j con-iditi- r I 1U. trier -- tin-sam- over-haulin- g Victor Sogaert Go, hail-root- Jewelers&lmporters -:- rnu33sr Registered I Service $2.00 Cash. HENRY. ( J Lnn-cast- cr I I J ! Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. TREES Black-Draug- ht I ( 1 67 i H.F.IIillenmeyer ! Page 8 I to The Cenirai Record, Thursday Oct 22 1914. I nu turday, October Sill HP WO And Continues For i" titilvn 4-- 1 a 3- - ft I 1 2 V I Jl B3 V " w"e Qyf fcj -v I ft -- SxT 4 OTm T te . v aa..?r mar rt-- :MnSillAtll&UfcJBgSigliiga3gg3 I Danville's Largest and Most Progressive Department Store. jniK;;'i.:gr3WBUTimgSTSTCri SSSSSKfSmSESXSH: 5BWBMEMKI25tS3S3KSEfiBS"rf;&iCT035'yfl 'ifJKBtKI3afatl2i3IiaMjAaa!Ansi6iit,J!t;;aiia aETf Danviille, Ken jgi!3ng;StCTBaiEWWHMffJKWMtCT tucky . ' Misses,' Boy's and Girls SB We will offer our entire immense Fall Stock of the best selected merchandise that the world's biggest markets afford, at unheard of prices for this season of the year Our stock includes Men's, Women's, u uiifiimii') mims mummy Dress Goods, Dry Goods, ii 7i u m n J w jm lb. b, tv t j m m m it i can va I p n nnio ra n&i B ua i uaiga&siigii 33u ui E if 8 s ?ra Bi ift'niaaji r ks, novelties Underwear, Baa Htc BK58SgaB!K35iB3?i4,3CEI I This sale is of special interest to everyone as all merchandise will be sold at prices which will mean a substantial saving to you. Come early and get first choice. TEsrrKVSvvwvvr vz iTS.TTj'Sswi.'sjmas; Over 500 feadies' Suits This Fall's Newest Styles In these suits you will find reflected the season's choicest effects, bining ultra fashionable designs and superior quality. com- 800 bddies and nrViP AAC lVTa-rialc- VHsses Coats Hen and Young Men In all your shopping you have never seen a larger assortment of stIes. colors and materials or better values. Particularly offered for this sale only at these prices. embrace Rl'PpIe cloth- - Boucles- - z,be- Hne3, Novelties, Pebbled Cheviots, Cut Chinchillas, Pile, Fabrics and others in plain colors and popular patterns. TA1 include belted and modified belted ef-Qj4-xr1a- n X I1C Ljr ICO styles, Bal- fect3; loose and semi-fitte- d maccan effects, or full plain or flared skirt models. They are cleverly trimmed with self or velvet strappings, velvet or Baby Lamb collars and cuffs, pleated backs and other new, atti active models. Suits and Coats, Our stock embraces the very newest styles, the finest fabrics, the best workmanship and the biggest values to be found any- lYXclLCllctlO ! emhrace Gaberdine. Wool Poplin, Serge Velour, Broadcloths, Prunellas, Riple- cloth and many other Plain and Fancy Weaves. V T ne JL Mnfon lViarenaiS 1 O The $16.50 values can Brown and Black. Colors include Plum, Navv, Holland and Delft Blue Russian and Forest Green, Afri Trimmings of Velvet, Satin Braid or Fur. SPECIALLY PRICED AT $5, 6.50, 8.50, HISSES colors. 10., 12., 15. AND UP TO $35. at $25.00 values C10 Rft 20" and va,UM where. .$14.50 .$19.50 Not a coat in the lot, but what there will be a saving to you of from o. to $10. AND JUNIORS Special values at at .$17.50 Up to $30. value3 at COATS ftE&SLTSE. Your choice ot any of our Finest Suits, that sold up to $45 00 for this Sale, Special - $25.00 3.95, $5.00 and $7.50. Every Garment strictly and just as represented or a new suit in its ail-wo- ol place. Men's and Young Men's Extreme or English ami conservative models, of finest smooth finish worsteds Cassimeres, Chevots or Serges. All faultlessly tailored. Suits that sell from 15.00 to $1S.OO. For this sale. modified l EXTR SPECIAL SUIT VALUES AT $5., $7.50, $10. Sp-ci- Girls and Children's Coats sizes 2 to 14, of plush, astrackan, boucle. bear Z and all the popular novelties. all reduced in this sale, and they are exceptional values, at$1.9b, $2.75, $3.75, $5.00 and $6.50 At this price we will place on sale over 200 Suits. In the lot will be found suits of the finest mitarials, all beautifully satin lined. Some not over one or two of a kind, but ail sizes in the lot. Valu- - at Extra al Ladies Raincoats and hats to match, In a variety of materials; blue, black and tan, very special at 2.S8. $3.50, $5.,$6.50 $5.00, $7.50 and $10.00 Suits in tins tat sold up to 325.00. ge GHILDREN,S RAINCOATS with hats to match, special at $1.98 & CHILDREN'S RAIN CAPES, with Hood, very special at . . . $3.50 $1.98 Special $9.75 & $11.85. Millinery. Our entire stork of Imported and Pcn:esiie pattern Hii, also w mderful creations from our own work rooms. of the original selling prices All reduced to abaut for this sale. Ostrich trimmed pattern and Dress hats that sold from $ 12.00 to $25.00 for this sale special one-ha- lf i Startling Inductions In Ladies', Misses' Dresses This Fall and Winters Very Newest Conceits Shirred. Basques, Redingotes, or Russian blouses with plain or pleated tunics de '"PVks 1o are Charmeuse, Crepe Silk J. 11C chene. Satin, Messaline Poplin, Gabardine and Serge These are positively the handsomest lot of dresses ever brought to Danville. Sold from $10.00 to 525.00. Special for this Sale, Waists meuse, Crepe de Chene, Satin, Georgette Crepe. Silk Shadow Laces and Nets, Lingerie and many others in every known popular color and cembination of colors that the world's uesi maicers nave evolved, lnese waists, at the price we have marked them, will be a revelation to you. I Our showing of Blouses this season is by far positively the most wonderful we have ever had, consisting or Char- Men's and Young Men's Hand Tailored Suits of the finest Imported ard Domestic fabrics in the newest patterns. This includes some of the famous Clothes. Suits that sell regularly from 20.00 to$25.00. for this sale. Adler-Rochester Special at $14.50 S 817 5() $6.50, $7.50, $10. and $12.50. TTo lVleiLeriaiS $1.98, $2.50, $2.98, $3.50, $4.75 For Waists that sold up to $12.50. , Suits For Short, Stout or Extra Tall Men. All silk velvet, plush and velour Hats, medium, large and small shapes, trimmed in many becoming ways, with ribbon, silk or velvet flowers, gold or silver novelties and quills. Hackle or fancy Ostrich feathers. Hats that sold to S12 , special for this sale Extra Waist Special 22 doz. Lingerie Waists. Positivelv values to $1.75.Q SPECIAL FOR THIS SALE ONLY Zn new- $6.50, $8.50, $10.00, $12.50, S15.00. Silk Dress Goods, Etc., Etc. silks are here. Messilanes, Crepe de Chenes. Crepe Meteors, Canton Crepes; Charmeuse Satins Taflettas, Silk Poplins, etc. in all the new and approved, solid colors and tartan plaids and checks, also a large assortment of roman stripes. A large and $2.50, $2.98; $3.98, $5.00. Untrimmed shapes, embracing all this seasons newest styles, plush, velour and silk velvet that sold up to $5.00 special for this sale 98c, $1.50. 81.98, $2.75- One lot of about 75 es 14 to 44, originally they last $3.98. all-wo- ol Extra Dress Special. beautiful assortment of this season's This is a feature we never ovei-Ico- k matter what your build we can fit you. Ail Suits in this line reduced for this sale. Men's Overcoats worth from $13.50 to 18.00 Special for this sale, No al-w- est and most te only $9;85& $11.50. serge dresses in all colors, sizsold to $8 50, special while Millinery Trimmings. AH our fancy trimming flowers, gold and silver novelties, trimming and trimming accessories will be offered at ' substantial reductions during this Sale. Every new fall and winter style and color is represented, including plain and pleated tunics, all lengths Special valued at Ladies' Separate Skirts 50c, 69c, 75c, 98c, $1.25, $1.50 For values up to $2.00. In the dress goods section you find nearly every new and desirable weave in the latest and most approved patterns and colors such as Tartan plaids and checks, Roman stripes, etc., etc- - at Men's and Young Men's very finest Overcoats, embracing all the newest styles for this season. Made of the best imported and domestic fabrics. Values from 20.00 to 25.00. For this sale, special at $14.75 & $17.50. Men's Balmaccan Coats. Some are of shower-proo- f material in Scotch mixtures, others in novelties 'acd staples of light and heavy weight materials in extreme and modified styles $1.98, $2.95, $3.75. $5.00 and $6.50 Children's Hats. i far the largest selection of Children's Hats to be had in Central Kentucky will be seen a&ftl&tore. A becoming hat that will fit. for all size,cMldren,irjMn infants to grown ups. of the newest materials, colors andtrimrnihgs, at very .special prices during this sale. For r hat? that sold yp By s?6. Very Special About 150 Ladies' and Misses pure silk Messaline, and Jersey top Petticoats in all the new beautiful and desirable shades, and black, made to sell up to $3.00. Special for this Sale, while they last. 1 5c, 25c, 49c, 65c, 75c, 85c, 98c, For values up to $150 Dress Trimmings. Complete line of Fur Fancy. fits $12.75 $13.75. For Coats that sold up to . . Novel-tiefhrtt- a. .. ' to 54.00. ' 50c. .,, 98c. $150. S1.98, S&SOr c -- ' trCixay'tpjW-yo- "v-- - g t Mi - Tour Choice $1.98. Band'and Jet trim.mipiGaraitures,-Braids,etc. All at Rd$cd prices andMribeau Band Trirflmings, J '? ttVd S a $25.00., Ah ..' f?'. t