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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 29, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914102901_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 29, 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 RELlQJOh, UN2ARMSHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD (WVERNMENl. i rWKNTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 29, PIE SUPPER. See prices on ladies and rhildrtns PREACHING shoes, at Moore's. I9M. (Ml iosinriinEiiinr HILL NUMBER 30. AT PLEASANT Rev. Bell the pa3tor of the Pleasant there Grove church will conduct a Union For service at the Pleasant Hill church DO NOT EXPECT IT. next Sunday week. All a:e cordially '11 The day should not be far distant invited. MARRIAGE LICENSES. when "cards of thanks" will be a thing County Clerk Hamilton issued mar- of the past. When death enters a PREACHING AT CHRISTIAN riage licenses to two couples last Mon- home, neighbors never fail to do all in day. Mr. B. Hounshell to Miss Nancy their power to place a silver lining CHURCH NEXT SUNDAY. Hounshell and Mr. N. E. Prewitt to back of the dark cloud, and they do Miss Mary J. Prewitt. A card from Rev. F. M. Tinder annot expect or desire any thanks through nounces that he is having a splendid the public press. COURT MY ATTRACTIONS. meeting at Sulphur Well and that H. C. Bell will preach at the Christian A patent medicine vender, with a RUBLE FARM SELLS, church next Sunday and at Hubble in negro clog dancer, a wagon load of The farm of George and Kate Ruble, the afternoon. watermelons, bushels and bushels of chestnuts, a few loads of sorghum containing 533 acres, and located in the molasses and red apples, entertained lower end of the county, was sold by PUBLIC SPEAKING AT PAINT the Master Commissioner last Monday, most of the crowd here last Monday. to J. E, Robinson, for $18,625. Mr. J, LICK AND BRYANTSVILLE. H. Baughman was the largest creditor, TRAIN DISCONTINUED. he having a mortgage on the property Hon. W. R. Shackelford, of RichThe train over the Southern Railway for $14,000. mond, and J. E. Robinson, will address which has been running from Onedia, the citizens of Paint Lick and vicinity Tenn. to Lexington has been discon BUYING HORSES. in the interest of the Democratic party tinued, having made the last run SunMr. W. Turner Wilmore was in Lan- next Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. day. It will no longer run between Two good speakers will be assigned Onedia and Somerset as was formerly caster Monday buying horses for the to speak at Bryantsville also on next French and English armies. It is underthe case. expect Saturday afternoon. stood that these governnnts Later. Judge Smith Hays, of Winto buy about twenty thousand horses in SLIGHT WRECK. Central Kentucky at once and persons chester ana Representative J. R. Mount The delivery wagon of Davidson & having a horse of this character to sell will be the speakers at the latter place. Dotv, with Riley Herring at the steer should let it be known. fcw Mr. W. B. ing wheel, was struck by the L. & N. Burton is also buying horses of this TRAGIC DEATH BY train at tne Richmond street crossing type and bought quite a number here last Saturday morning and the rear Monday and a car load at Danville last GASOLINE EXPLOSION. wheel taken off. It was a narrow es- Tuesday. Th horses THE BEST KNOW STOVE MADE HEATING aie averaging cape for Riley, who will probably be about $125. each. Miss Effie Skidmore. aged twenty more careful in the future. years, met a horrible ueath at the home TAKE YOUR COUNTY PAPER. of Judge Lewis L. Walker in this city, where she had lived for several weeks, BURN YOUR LEAVES, If tehre is any thing that has the in attempting to start a fire from a Wholesale snd Retail HARDWARE. We are forcibly reminded that "the tendency to rub the hair the wrong can, as she thought was coal oil but inelancholj days are come" by the way with an editor more than anything proved to be gasoline. The unfortun- irairrai3frar3rrr.rT51l.T3i.3rii'5irrTrr5irS!rTiJ fe -l I n ml ra ml t3l-?amount of leaves piled indiscriminate else, wj rLjiTirzizijvLi sJipc-iir- c 'inir'i-JU'-- i tiss it is to publish a long obituary ate accident happened last Monday ly about. notice about some old, prominent citi- morning about 6:30 o'clock in the kitchWe carry at all times a full line of Farm If "fathers pride and mother's joy" zen, who never had the manhood . to en of Judge Walker's residence. There will direct half the energy he 'displays was an explosion and instantly she wai take his county paper. in a game ot foot ball to raking up the Machinery and Machine Repairs. We frequently put in such notices at enveloped in flames from head to foot 1L CZZ 3EZZ3E aforesaid leaves and burning or otherof relatives and friends, and her clothing was in a solid blaze. wise destroying them, it would take the recujst I am now ready with a full goes against the grain to eu- In pain and distress she ran into the about twenty four hours to make the but it logize a man to the skies who was too adjoining room occupied by Mrs. Epp-inlawns about town present a marked line of stingy to support his home paper. A who is an aunt of Mrs. Walker, difference in their appearance. three line notice is all they deserve. and in attempting to extinguish the Did you ever pause just a moment flames, Mrs. Epping was seriously but THE WORST EVER. and think that your editor, whoever he not dangerously burned. Medical atAn editor approached St. Peter at may be, will write your obituary some tention and the ministration of kind friends and neighbors were without the Golden Gate and handing him a day? avail and relief came to the poor suflong li3t of delinquent subscribers said; fering body about midnight of that "Look this list over and see if any of PUMPKIN PIES BRING fateful day. these fellows have sneaked through the She pearly gates," "No", said St. Peter, PROFITABLE PRICES. sister, is survived by her parents and all of whom were at her bedside "there are none of them inside, but a A pie supper conducted at the Union when the end came. Much sympathy fellow slipped through here the other n nvn V 1 J 1 day who took the paper 2 years with- Sunday school building at Hyattsville is extended the family in their misfor Friday evening proved very profit- tune. The remains were taken to" out paying for it and then had the last to offer to the public at postmaster mark it "refused". He able indeed, the handsome sum of $40. Waynesburg, in Lincoln county, where having been realized from their sale. her parents reside, and were buried in shall be expelled when found, for he HALF ITS VALUE. The boys vieing with each other to the cemetery at that place yesterday. is worse than the delinquent subscriber see that his best girl's pie brought the and Heaven is not his home." Miss Willie Mason largest figure. I must reduce the stock before Gastineau. the beautiful daughter of LATEST NEWS FROM November 1st, when I give possessWILLS PROBATED. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gastineau, was ion. Call in and give me a chance Two wills were probated in the Coun- voted the prettiest girl at the supper SEAT OF WAR. J to show you some bargains. ty here Monday. By the will of and was awarded a large box of candy. li II l Jr The highest price paid for a single the late William McKecknie, one All the efforts of the allied armies third of his property, both real, per- pie was $2.G0 and was knocked off to and the Germans are centered along U sonal and mixed is left to his wife, Mr. Robert Meadows, the public will the North Sea coast, where in that Lydia Bell McKecknie. during her nat- have to guess who baked the pie. Mr. section the battle has been raging inural life. Should the oldest son remain Harry Ware was one of the contending cessantly for several days. Paris rewith the family until the youngest bidders, but as Harry's tastes seem to ports a violent bombardment of Nieu-po- rt DC IE 1L child is of age he is to have 1,000. at be for "Ham" he failed to get the covby German guus. which time the estate is to be divided eted pie. The British officials declare that the equally. Mrs. McKecknie is made exAll FIGURE : situation is satisfactory and ground is Don't fail to vote for the being gained by the allies. ecutor without bond. By the will of Mr. Jerome Tinsley his entire estate is Bond Issue, Tuesday. Another French steamer has been left to his sister-in-laMrs. Ida Tins-leadded to the list of those vessels blown to do with as she pleases. She by mines in the waters off the coast was appointed administratrix, with the of France and Belgium. More than a will annexed. score of persons were drowned. The Russian official report describes AMONG OUR SICK. IN GARRARD COUNTY a great battle which is in progress along Mrs. Lewis Walker who has been a front of more than 50 miles, in which No Longer An Experiment. quite ill for several days is reported the Russians are declared to be winning Every autoist demands the best grade of gasoline better and her friends are hopinc: for The growing of alfalfa in this section victories. her speedy recovery. The people is Beleium are in dire of Kentucky has ceased to be an ex he can get at the lowest market price. Mr Rufus Mss, whose life was in a periment, and farmers who made the straits, many million of them facing a balance so long is also He demands and expects when he stops Masterpiece, as attempt some years ago have met with starvation. The American Minister to Pasquali's showing signs of improvement with success far beyond their fondest ex- Belgium saj s there is less than a two garage "gas" thai is free from dirt or water. Production chances of a complete recovery. Mr. supply esand have succeeded That is the reason the average motorist likes to buy Moss was kicked by a mule about three pectations, beyond doubt the factin that weekspending of food in the cities. the tablishing questions between All his engine fuel where he knows he'll get the right kind. weeks ago and since then has been this very useful farm product can be United States and Great Britian, over suffering from internal bleeding. He raised successfully in this section of the seizure of American ships have is still at the home of his brother-in-laKentucky. been settled. Dr. J. M. Acton. The farmers as yet have confined Mr. George Smith Jr. has been contheir efforts to a few acres, realizing fined to his home for a week, suffering that their attempts were experiments, intense pain from his eyes. Gorgeously reproduced in motion pictures but now that success has crowned their Mr John Walter has had a relapse efforts, they will cultivate the splendid CROWD LARGE BUT NOT in the last few days and last nicht was crop upon a much larger scale. reported much worse, and his condition The small or experimental fields have at times is very precarious. MUCH DOING. grown more and more numerous as the farmers realized that their neighbors SOME PUMPKIN, A good crowd attended Court here were making four cuttings each season THIS. The Historic Roman Arena, in all its granMonday and quite a little trading was Mr. Cleo Ray, who lives in the Buck and that each cutting was yielding a among the live stock, about deur! The fighting Gladiators and thrilling eye section of the county seems to be ton of splendid hay to each acre planted noticed The pioneer alfalfa grower of this 300 mule colts on hand but only a few the champion pumpkin raiser of the Chariot Races! The Lions turned loose on the hands, by local buyers at priccounty. We have one in our office that county is Mr. Thomas Rankin, who has changed met with splendid success and this year es ranging from $40 to $70 Heroic Glaucus! The City of Pompeii, before beam at 85 pounds, that was Lancaster, Ky. tips theby this progressive young far- has eight acres. Mr. J A. Robinson Mr. Ross reports about 400 cattle at Lexington Street. raised I and after the Mr. Rankin s example his pens, but not all sold. The demand mer. If anyone can beat it let him has followed with 15 acres, H. J. Tinsley 6 acres, S. not being as good as a month ago, how $15. Suits $7.00 at Moore's. bring it in and we will give him a years Please hand us that $ Owsley 4 acres, Lee Rankin 5 acres, ever, quite a number went to different subscription to the Record, otherwise E. from 6J to 7 Ray gets the plum. So much in- Dock Weaver 5 acres, W. C. Pettus 5 parties at prices ranging Mr. Come to Moores closing out sale. SHALL FARM OR LOTS acres, J. H. Weaver 3 acres, J. E. cents. Only a few however selling at terest is being manifested in our Robinson 3 acres, Jas. Roberts 3 acres. the latter figures. No other stock at Things are selling cheap at Moores. "Kershaw" FOR SALE. give a'yeare show we have decided to A. P., Sloan 4 acres, J. M. Rankin 6 the pens. subscription to the largest Don't Miss This Opportunity to Witness the Mr. W. B. Burton and S. T. HarbL acres, J. I. Hamilton 6 acres, John I have sixteen acres of land, front- vegetable of that variety. Quite a Goggin 4 acres and manv others. Fruits of every variety at Zimmers. Lexington, bought 26 head of All son of Biggest and Best Educational Entertainment ing on pike, within six miles of 3 county number have intimated that they have averaged about $125 a head. Fresh oysters and celery at Zimmers. seats, close to school and churches, fcirger ones at home than we hav on of these gentlemen are highly pleased horses that being purchased for Ever Produced. which I will sell as a whole or in lots exhibition, but we have been unable to with their efforts, those who have the These horses are two year old crop harvesting six tons the English and French army and were Clothing sale Saturday at Moore's. of two acres or more. see them. Bring them in boys. The hay to the acre each season. shipped immediately to Lexington for Also 3i acres, fronting on pike, has turnip exhibit is'still creating interest of splendid The new crop is appealing strongly inspection. Quite a number of horses Mr. Jack Frost is the most talked of spring of everlasting water. Posses- and Mr. Jeptha Onstott has the honor AT THE to the progressive farmer, and there is remained unsold, the owners not being person in these "diggins" this week. sion at once. Will sell on easy terms. so far with one that weighs 5 pounds. little doubt but the next few years will willing to take the price. There was G. B. Swinebroad, Can you beat it? Sam Hutchinson is We have a combination offer for the see' many acres of Garrard county soil absolutely no demand 'for aged mules Lancaster, Ky. the champion beet raiser and has brought Cincinnati Enquirer and several good seeded to alfalfa. and very few were offered. in one that is the largest we have ever magazines, together with the Record If you want bargains come to the seen of any variety. So far we 'have Big sale every day next week at Come to the closing out sale that is a "corker." Read it on page 3 closing out sale at Moores. been unable to get it on the scales. Moore's. Moores. of this issue, See us for your There will be a pie supper West Point school house next night. Everyone is cordially and a guarantee U assured that will be pies for all. at the Friday invited Look at your Label and send us that dollar. We Are Headquarters Roofing and H&flTING STOVES n Guttering METAL o o o TO 73 m m C3 ill fiilfl if uniii O m 2 All kinds of repairing q uick- - g ly done. liaselden Bros. I 0 Hi-ju- pi 3 ic LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS jfillineri, CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. n isa ii jCaciees Suits and Coats lit R. S Brown. W"tWf l I y, 0mvhm temt&m&.&&mxm&fr ALFALFA GROWING I COM!NG i $250,000 Wednesday, Nov, 4th at rep-irie- This garage sells only the best grade of gasoline. It gives full measure. The price charged is as low as possible. Our gasoline will run your car farther and cost you less in the end. Last Days , Pompeii SEE: COURT DAY Test it. F. L. CONN'S GARAGE Eruption of Mt. Vesuvius! OPERA HOUSE. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Oct 29, 1914. How's This? t I IFRUY SIMPLY the Way BREATHE You IT the NINA. We had a new visitor last night, a big Jack frost and a freeze. Dont forget the Sunday School at Freedom every Sunday at 2;30. Diptheriajis raging in'this neighborhood and caused some schools to close. Mrs. John Layton and niece Miss Annie left Monday for a few days stay at Crab Orchard. Mrs. Ona Naylor and grand-daughte- We o5er One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh That's that cannot be cured by Hall Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHEXET & CO.. Toledo. O. We. the undersigned. lia.ve known I J. Cheney for the last 15 years, ami lie'.leve him perfectly honorable In all biusinea r. Use Hyomei. Miss Gertrude Adams, visited William jrfallowe Jen Entertainment AT Safe Catarrh Remedy. 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. I transactions and llnanoi.tlly ab!e to euro out anv obligations maiie bv Ills rlrut. NATIONAL. BANK Or COMMEUCi". ) Toleilo. Hall's Catarrh Cure U taken i:itern:ill. actlnfT directly upon the Mood ind mucous surface of the svstor.i Testimonial-sen- t free. Price 73 cents I r lxjttle. Sold by al! DrUKKists. Take Hall a Family rills for const'taLiin. L.&N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. No 10: 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexing- ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. & ft, ft Bastin. AVE. No 71; S:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland. L & X 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. Tq Richmond, connecting with fast The most pleasant, easiest, harmless, and the really sensible method for the cure of catarrh is Hyomei, which can be had from any drug store. Just put twenty drops of the liquid in the small inhaler that comes with every complete outfit than breathe it. A few minutes' use almost instantly clears the head and stops that annoying sniffling. When using Hyomei every particle of air that enters the breathing organs is charged with an antiseptic, healing balsam that destroys the catarrh germs stops the unclean discharges from the nose, relieves the irritation and quickly heals the sore and inflamed tissues. The first day's use of Hyomei will show a decided improvement no matter how distressing the trouble. Catarrh, which usually begins with a neglected cold, often becomes a very serious ailment, so don't wait but start using Hyomei today it is inexpensive and R. E. McRoberts always sells it on plan. the at Corbin. Ad-kis- Mrs. Ora Long and Miss Flora spent Monday with Mrs. Jesse Sebastain. Mrs. G. R. Adkison and daughter Miss Dicy have been visiting Mrs. Wm Broaddus at Marksbu.-y- . Master Everett Logan was thrown from a horse last Sunday night on his way from the camp meeting and was bruised up badly. Mr. and Mrs. Thomps Broaddus and handsome little son Lucian were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Broaddus from Saturday until Monday. HKYAVIVSVlliLE Mr. J. A. Trumbo has purchased a HAMM A.CK Mrs. Mary Hammack is very ill again at this writing. Mrs. John Tudor visited home folks at Lowell last week. Mrs. Charles Dillon visited Mrs. Menifee McQuerry Saturday. Mrs. Mary and Lytha Hammack vh-itMrs. Amelia Ross last week. Little Sarah E. L. Hammack is very sick with a cold and sore throat. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hammack motored up to Hammack last week. Mrs. James has returned home from Vallev View where she has been visiting relatives. Old aunt Manda Leavell, colored, died Monday morning of blooi poison caused by sticking n tack in her foot Friday. ed HAMILTON train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardsiown & Springfield. No it; 8:42 p. m. Lancaster, Ky. To Stanford, connecting train to Bristol & Atlanta. with fast Would You Like To Be The Washer Woman soiled Do iu think you could inaL coat at d vet-- do for another 3eason f Better not trj. Soap aid water fade and shrink the carmen t. You can save jour garment and save you money by premittingus to dry clean your clothes. Not a drop of water is ued. although the dirt and stains are removed a by magic. Try us once. County Court D2ys. 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. WHY SUFFER ANY STOMACH DISTRESS When Mi-o-- Is a Quick and Effective Remedy. Versailles. 4th. Monday. Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co LOUIS FAULKNER, Phone 230. ilgr. to Mr. David Marshal Hale, Tuesday afternoon, October twentieth, Nineteen hundred and fourteen, Bryantsvilie, Kentucky. At Home after November Fifteenth, Trail, Oklahoma. The wedding was very quiet on account of a recent bereavement in the family, only a few very intimate friends and relatives being present. The cere mony was performed by Rev. Pollitt, of Lancaster. The bride wore a hand some tailored suit of blue cloth with hat to match. Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for Danville, Official Directory Of Garrard County. where they took the train for Oklahoma. They have the best w ishes of the com Jiri'iilt Ju1' ;;uii. Ctjirits A. Ilnnlm. ' munity for a long and happy life. The CYiminmiueiiltli- - Attunif llou. Eniuiel Pur- bride is well known and popular, being ear. 1'AINT LU'M. j Circuit rieik WHIlHin K. a graduate of Hamilton College, while Jlafter !oinini- - loner W. II. P.ronti the groom is a splendid young business Trustee Jury Fiiiul ItenJ. K. KoMu-iOllicial rurt yteaojrrapher Ml- - - le Slit'by Mrs. Eli Estridge is very ill at this man, of Trail, being Cashier of the Bank there. l. writing. Mi-o-M.i-oMa-oi- warnThe undersigned hereby ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all oirenders to ful st extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elan.. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney W. G. Anderson John M. Farra J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. 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. Henry Moore. J. C. Morgan. We will add other names for 23centf casn. POSTED ge If your btomach is continually kick- ing up a disturbance, causing distress after eating, heartburn, coated tongue, gas, sour taste of food, and you feel blue, irritable and nervous, you are suffering from indigestion and dyspepsia. It's needltss for you to suffer, and now is the time to quickly stop the distiess and regulate your upset stomach. Simply get from R. E. McRoberts or a any drug store, some tablets a simple prescription that does more than give quick and lasting relief. soothes the irritated lining of the stomach and stimulates the How of the digestive juices so that what vou eat is quickly converted into healthful nourishment, then you are well and strong, and no longer worry about trifles or have restless nights. Do not allow indigestion to wreck your health and happiness but get some a tablets at once they are cheap and harmless. Ford touring car. Mr. C. C. Becker attended the grand Lodge in Louisville last week. Mr. G. B. Rose, of Lancaster, spent the Mr. G. B. Rose. Dr. B. B. Montgomery is at home after a few days visit with his grand mother in Indiana. Miss May me Lee Ballard attended wedding at Lan the McRoberts-Spindl- e caster Tuesday night. Mrs. James Rankin was hostess at an elegant dinner Monday in honor of Rev P. H. Davis and Mrs. Davis. Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk and daughters, Misses Anna Lee and Marguerite, of Lexington, were recent guest of Mrs. E. H. Ballard. Miss Minnie Kirby of Bowling Green who is attending K. C. W. at Danville, will be the week end guest of Miss Cecil Bowling. Mrs. Margaret Hargis, and attractive little daughter Jane Cay wood, of Jackson, have been the guests of Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Rose and other relatives. One of the best Revivals that has ever been held in this community is in progress at the Methodist church. It is being conducted by the noted Evangelist Rev. P. H. Davis of Franklin, better known as "Pat" Davis. Large crowds are in attendance at every service and souls are being saved. Every body is cordially invited to attend. The following announcement has been received by friends of the bride, Mrs. Ada Burke announces the marriage of her daughter wcek-end,with Naylor near Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lunsford and baby visited Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Bodner near Shelby Citv. Mrs. G. C. Kennedy sold 50 acres of woodland to Mr. M. O. Kennedy, of Bryantsvilie, for $1,500. Mr. I, Duvall, of Keosauqua, Iowa, has returned home after a visit to his uncle, Mr. Eugene Duvall. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thompson were at Shelby City to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Sprinkles. Mrs. William Ranke, wife of our good German friend, is able to be out again after a recent illness. k Don't forget the prayer services each Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock at the Methodist church. Regular services at the Baptist church Saturday, Sunday and Sunday night. Teachers' training class Saturday night. Mr. B. I. Blankenship lost the cone off a copper bee smoker on Preachers-vill- e and Stanford pike. Finder please return. Mr. Charles Thompson, who recentli recovered from a, severe attack of typhoid, visited his sister, Mrs. J. S. Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. White spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Traylor at Paris. of near Mr. Richard Bergener, Stigall's Store, has been doing some work on Mr. Gill's new hoiire. He is a good mason. Several of our Baptist brethren at tended the "Home Coming" of the Crab Orchard church on Sunday. All report a nice time. There has been a general epidemic of chicken pox here Several patients in nearly every home where there are young ideas still susceptible to infantile diseases. mid-wee- Paint oCcc Sraded School Saturday, 7f!c?ht, October 31st. 194. The initial entertainment of the school year, which togetfcer witli Us successors, is to be prepared for the delectation of the school's friemij ard patrons, ard for the securing of funds urgently needed for inproveaer.tg. wiB have for the Piece de Resistance, a play entitled. "The Haunted Gate, seme seasonable songs; and one that isn't seasonable, to wit,, ''I'm on my Way t Alandalay" by Air. G. L. Waterbury and Chorus, but that 'ill lie all riskt. Following the program proper, there will buHallowe 'en games andfiafio n which the audience will be able to participate, so that everybody mar fed young again. Everyone is invited to coire masked. The fun will be wholesonj. Bring tkd spirit of Hallowe'en with you. Also, to get past the doorkeeper, bring aqsrtgr or just a kiddie yet. or fifteen cents, according to whether you are a grown-up- , SPECIAL NOTICE; vehicles. We shall have guarils to watch th-- s borsrs ant Pass the good word along. THE HAUNTED GATE. Aliss Nell Riiv Aliss Emma Estridsje Aliss Louise Rice Ali'-- s Marion Hunter Irene Dodge Alarie Burton Grace Hunter Rute AIore Ralph Dodge Philip Dodge Donald Herrick Aliss Angeline Dodge, Aliss Alatildu Alorse. High School Girls Ora Irene's brothers Miss Cfeone MoWhtrtei? Air. Carlos HedricJc .Mr. E:ride Amis Parka Air. Irene's aunt.... Ruth's aunt Aliss Jercme CoitaC Rkk. Aiiss Kaztl Ptne&. Ai Robert Burns. "The Ploughman Poet", left a lasting monument to his He memory in his poetical works. knew and liv-- d the life of the common people. Peace to hi& ashe3. Mr. John B. Hutchins was in Louis ville as representative of Derrick Warner Lodge, No. 5G1, of F. and A. M. at this place, during the annual meeting of the Grand Lodge of Masons. A nice sum was realized at the box supper Saturday night. Proceeds will be used to buy a heater for the use of the School Improvement League which meets in the lower story of the .Masonic hall. Messrs. J. L. Kennedy and R. G. Pettus sold the boxes, and while new hands at the business of auctior-eerinshould soon be experts in that line: g, Pattie Belle 5?' y- - -- - Your HB fe lUDAUUU against pa (3.1 j I ffft M 4HI ff& lift Countj Jii'lRe C. .i. U:ioM. Count) Attorney i. c. Waller. Little Miss Gladys McWhorter is reCounty ClLrL J. . Hamilton. covering from a slight illness. Ileput) clerk Harr) Tomlln-ou- . ioroiier J. A. Jone. Misses Hazel Patrick and Louise a sheriff c . A. Roliiu-uRice spent Saturday in Richmond. Deput) O.orie T. Ballerd. Mipenntruilittit oi -- chnl MI- - Jennie Hlg Miss Elizabeth Eldridge came over Kirn. from State College for the week end. u. eor l.ie l'cput) Jailer lne Ho -- .nifltr-- . IZ. B. Kay rrcar-urc- J. Koad "leel.nnl llouru". V. Klmore. M UilbTIIATK- M-- t. Miss Mattie Wiley of Point Leavell has been the guest of Mrs. Rodney Griggs. Miss Mattie Cabell Woods was at home for the week end from Madison L -- LSI U JbfHXaSS) rJ Losan Imi:i -- "n Jul. 3rd. Ulst. Institute. Mr. James Rucker of Lexington was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Rucker on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rouse of Butler county are the guests of their daughter, Mrs C. S. Ellis. Mrs. O H. Hendien and Miss Lula McWhorter spent Saturday and Sunday in Dan'.ille. It Ol'NTY ItJAUl) OF j;iH'CAlI()l COStS nO mOre tO K ! thpi"-J-iI,lri,"--'"t-"1-'- nrnfpr.t it frnrn start, than to wait MrMnrlrj. iiid. Hi-- t. later on in theseason. Insure it with Tl.oniKM r. Klin.-- . 4th. DM. CITY OK I.ANC STKK. Major !..( IxnidMjii. City Jnaste J. 1. I'rather. City Attorne) J. K. Kcliln-o- i CityClTk F P fpa a p a City Ae-o- r lolm M. Mount. City Treasurer W. I". Champ. ' Uhiel Police I . K. llerron. COfNCIl.MKX J. II. tialton Parker CreKury. V. M. F... Hurt. Mr. Will Jones drove down irom Richmond Sunday and was the guest of Mr. Harry Francis. Zanone. A Dr. Ofnte at Citizens National Bank.! Lancaster, Ky. J. Anion. Miss Margaret Miller of Richmond ram Cotton. 'A . ). fioodloe was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. J Walker on Sunday. Miss Minnie Johnson was the guest Air. .Morris Daugherty, 22, of the Saufiey section, and Aliss Addie Lunsford, 22, of Stanford, were joined in wedlock's golden bonds at the coutt house by Rev. Garland Singleton, on last Wednesday. Air. Daugherty is an energetic, young man. while his bride is a very handsome and talented young lady, possessed of all the qualities of a thrifty housewife and worthy of the man of her choice. We congratulate the young folks and wish them all the joys of life. A young hopeful, aged four years, who lives neat- - here, is sure to follow the calling of farmer. The other day while looking through a steieoscope at views of scenery in the Holy Land he seemed deeply interested. His aunt, proud of the precocity of her nephew, was glad to "draw him out" as he enjoyed the views depicting Bible scenes. Looking at the last view, a picture of L'KKACHKKSVILI.K. Jerusalem as seen from the Mount of Olives, when he saw a spotted cow Mrs. Lydia Rigsby is quite sick. grazing in the fore ground and the Mrs. J. H. Thompson has been sick shining dome of the temple just beyond a beaming smile covered his little face of a cold. theie's Mr. William Dyehouse mashed his and he exclaimed, "Look, "Old Daisy" and the silo." The child hand while loading lumber. thought he had met up with old friends Mr. G. W. Spangler, of near Beech j again. Grove church, is some better. Mr, and Mrs. J. M, Cress attended ' the Grand Lodge in Louisville. Mrs. A. F. Edwards, of the upper DraKe's Creek section is quite ill. Menefee Elmore & Sons sold some corn to Mr Evan Foley at $3 per barrel Miss Nell Newland visited Mr. and No doubt you are, if Mrs. Roscoe Colyor Saturday evening. you suffer from any of the numerous ailments to Mr. Edgar Holtzclaw has been paintwhich an women are subing the roof of Mr. J. J. Thompson's ject. Headache, backresidence. ache, sideacha, nervousness, weak, tired feeling, Mr. Nathaniel Wilmot, of Copper are some of the sympCreek, visited his mother-in-laMrs. toms, and you must rid William Duvall. yourself of them in order to feel well. Thousands Mesdames Thomas Naylor and 'Wm. of women, who have Dyehouse visited .Mrs. William Shaw been benefited by this remedy, urge you to hard-workin- g I VERY FARMER SHBOLD HAVE A SiLO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build cement Silos 12, 14 and 16 feet in diameter, any height. We have had many experiences in this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford. Ky., if you need cement work of any kind. PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. International Harvester Manure Spreaders &&U&i: tmaawizaTyjJBw, IlwomOnf?! TBcIHCLine GRAIN AND HAY MACHINES STEEL frame on steel wheels that lasting basis on which Inter- Broken. Rtipcr Hetders. Mtwer Rakef. S'ae&ers Hit Lot iert Har PrwiM CORN MACHINES Eiider. Culfiritsrs EasJ.ce CbUtr, Sttlltn. Shttllat ULLAGE l. Plutfn. Pictcn national manure spreaders are built. All parts, including box, beater, spreading mechanism, apron, are built by experts, using best materials, from careful designs based on field tests. Every detail is strong and durable, built TAKE , mmmmBXB r FM ANeatly Engraved Visiting Card You a Women of relatives in Lancaster and Stanford Saturday and Sunday. Mrs, Charles Berryman of Brassfield was the guest of her brother, Mr. Tom Logsdon and Mrs. Logsdon last week. Mrs. George White and son, George Jr, of Nashville and Richmond are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Woods. Mrs. Holman Brown and little daugh ter and Miss Agnes Henderson, of near Lancaster, spent Wednesday with Mrs. A. B. Estridge. Mrs. H. L. Patrick and little daugh ters, Florence Elizabeth and Madge, returned Tuesday from a visit to Mrs. Joe Frisbia at Gallipolis Ohio. The pupils of the High School will give a plav, ''The Haunted Gate" in the school auditorium on Friday evening. After the play there will be a , f jfiiinTp- to nakc . evening -- "joyttLm lor : i. - ...-j- Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impfession. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. Parfliii v The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Sylvania Woods, oi Clifton Mills, Ky., says:-"Befor- aa4 Disk Hirrt-wCttltivaUrt GENIRAL LINE Oil aad Gas Eojiaca Oil Tractors Maaare Spreaders Crean Separators Farm Wares! Motor Tracks Taresbers Crab DiXi Feed Graders Knife Grisdtrs BasetaTwiM Fer. Sprus-Tot- for long life and ease of draft. Among tha features that will interest you are these: Simple beater driving mechanism, all of steel; protected load carried on rear axle, insuring traction; roverciblo gear and worm; low, easily loaded box, with ample clearance underneath; end gate, preventing clogging of beater while driving to the field; etc All styles are in the I H C spreader line, high and low, endles3 and reverse apron, and various sizes for small and large farms. Our catalogues will t;Il you more. Write for thern and let us tell you also where you may sea I H C manure spreaders. International Harvester Company of America xsSvH New Albany Ciiijjjoa Ind. HcCoraici Hilwiaite Dteiaf 0:icn:a Rise ? B Is proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. THE v e takingCardui, Me UM &jhi The Woman's Tori Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD THE Central Record. iJL I was, at times, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain in my back and head nearly killed me. After taking three bottles of Cardui, the pains disappeared. Now I feel as well as I ever did. Every suffering woman should try Cardui." Getabottle 8 today. E-6- B SUBSCRIBE FOR The f Central "O O . Recoil. '' - SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS Vsseviras-- r rtn,'" jt The Central Record, Thursday Oct 29, 1914 111 Page 3 KENTUCKY WOMAN, SUFFERERFROM STOMACH ILLS, QUICKLY RESTORED Mrs. Belle Hawkins Uses Ma7 Remedy "Never Felt Better in My Life." POULTRY PICKINGS. DAIRY and CREAMERY FARM DAIRY HOUSE. merit with the first dose-- no long treatment. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy digestive tract of mucoid acMrs. Belle Hawkins, Eminence. Ky., clears the cretions and removes poisonous matter. was a victim of stomach disorders. She relief to sufferers from took a great deal of treatment and It brings swift ailments of the stomach, liver and medical attention. Many declare it has saved At last she tried Mayr's Wonderful bowels. them from dangerous operations and Stomach Remedy and got real results. saved their lives. In a letter telling of her experience manv are sure it has she said: We want all peop'e who have chronic no "I have taken all of the medicine I stomach trouble or constipation, one of how long standing, to try ordered of you and will say it has done matter more good than all thp doctors and dose of Mavr's Wonderful Stomach dose will convince you. I don't really Remedy-on- e medicine I ever tried. think I need cny medicine now, as 1 This is the medicine so many of our think I am well, I never felt better npnnle have been taking with surpris system in my lift. If I ever should need any ing results. The most thorough Mayr s Wonderful I cleanser ever sold. medicine I know where to get it." That is a typical letter, taken as one Stomach Remedy is now sold here by Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy in j R. E. McRoberts and druggists all parts of the country. It proves its 1 1 The markets of this country are not nearly supplied and can never be overstocked with poultry nnd eggs.. If the pullets are now placed In their winter qu.iiters it will give them a good chance to become acquainted with their new home before they start laying. in- ing out all stock that it to winter. Among the nonsittlug fowls mrtcf oiilfnlila fur fi.tn- - .ipn the Minorca. Leghorns and An- dalusians. The Leghorns are the most pro- liflc and precocious of all the va- rleties of poultry. The utility Leghorns are wonderful layers, and, being particularly hardy, they lay eggs freely both sum- mer and winter. is-n- rilHiHiHHlHflHIH Attractive and Convenient Structure That Costs Little Money. ,A farm dairy house that will find fa-rwith many milk producers Is thus 3escribed by an Illinois correspondent 3f Hoard's Dairyman: The foundation Is "8 by 10 feet, and the house is eight feet high in the back by ten in front. The ventilator in the roof is of galvanized iron nine inches in diameter, with screen to exclude flies. The door Is screened, and all windows will be. The cost was about as follows: Lumber, hardware, etc Cement Sravel Labor Water system Total $43 OCTOBER 1 X. or t T X X j- - X J- - 5 6 13 28 VALUE OF FRESH AIR FOR POULTRY $ jioo The best materials obtainable were used throughout. . The floor and foundation are of concrete with drain to carry off waste water. The siding is of matched lumber put on vertically so water will run down noiEL 1 Lg Sm Als . WASHINGTON Pennsylvania Avenue, at 18th & H. Sts !Ko5Siec?tT MC".., . w.A vfVi'. Vj ," '2j V- s&? v.- -- CV--- t.iil'., Ki'.vMi Jl!i .' . ?! It is Important that the houses be so constructed that they will admit of fresh air. The exhalations from fowls are very poisonous, and so it la essential that they have thorough ventilation, writes M. IC Boyer in the Western Poultry Journal. At the same time we must not expose the flock to a direct draft of air. Fowls left to themselves will not stand in a draft, and when compelled to they catch cold as readily as does the human family. Under the topic of the influence of environment Professor C. L. Opperman of the Maryland agricultural expert nient stntLon givi-- results In three pens, one a tight house, another a glass front housv :md another a cloth front house-Tigh- t House. Tlie conditions in this pen are more abnormal than thoegen- s If the label on your paper is 1914 you owe us a Dollar. Please come in and pay us as we have to pay the other fellow. $1.50, $2.00 up. 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. Any one producing marltet milk finds ttie need of some sort of place for hanilllns it In u sanitarj way, and the house shown and described litre fills the need and at the same time adds to the appearance of the farm. All authorities agree that milk handled in an insanitary manner results In loss both to producer and consumer. The producer loses because unclean dairy products sell at a low price, and the consumer suffers because of enhanced cost of high grade milk and butter. P. S. We do all kinds of Job Printing and will be pleased to fix you up some Stationery. AS r JJ CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. 3;c0sxxxx & x:xxxx:(xxMj m m Automobile 1 instead of following boards and running into cracks as it often does when siding is applied horizontally. The building Is lined with plaster board, making a double wall which is cooler in summer and warmer in win ter. 'i'liu interior Is painted with white waterproof paint so the walls can be washed when necessary. The main feature of this house Is the location, which is almost Ideal. Being ninety feet from the cow barn on somewhat higher grouud than the latter, it complies with sanitary requirements. It Is near the dwelling and convenient to driveway for loading milk on wagon. A tree growing near by is on the south side, giving ample shade except in early morning and lato evening. The (Bentral Record ,s v. OWNERS ATTENTION. We have the largest and best equipped Tire Repair Shop in the State and our Machine Shop, which is modern in every respect is handled by the best machinists obtainable. All our work is guaranteed and our j I When in Lexington why jf not stop at a Garage where k It it not an easy mattera to determine exactly what it worth to feed and prompt and satisfactory care for a a year, says Hoard's very close estimate can Dairyman. made by the amount of grain and services are rendered. roughage he consumes, which vary Cost of Feeding is bull A Bull. be will several degrees. This dairy house may seem small for twenty cows, but by careful arrangement of the equipment it is ample, and In selling whole milk not as much room is required as though cream or butter were marketed. By having a watertight cover for the cooling tank it can be used as a table for washing palls ind utensils, thus saving space. The water for cooling the milk is supplied by a windmill, and all of the water used by the stock passes through the aerator and cooling tank, thus lowering the temperature of the house by When green forage crops are no longer available greens must be furnished the poultry In the form of mangels, turnips, potatoes, cabbages, sprouted oats, cured clover or alfalfa. The mangel beet Is very popular for this, being easily grown and kept. It is cheap. Juicy, tender and does not Impart bad flavor to eggs. Content tables show that for protein and ash clocr. alfalfa, rape, cabbage and mangels excel, while for carbon) drates potatoes, red clo-and mangels lead. er GREAT MONEY SAVING prices are reasonable. from $40 to $C0 a year, depending, as is readily seen, upon the prices of feedstuff. We should say that for labor In caring for the animal from 515 to 520 would about cover this expense, and $3 to $10 ought to be sufficient to pay interest on the money Invested in the building of the barn and stall for housing. It would therefore be worth from $G0 to $90 per year to feed and care for a bull. Abortion In Cows. Central P 5 Motor Car Co. 135-1- 38 South Limestone. g Lexington, i)yyYy:(g Kentucky. )jmxB;;)bxix!xxi) THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. JENNY, President J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't. Jmbry, Asa't Cashier. Use carbolic acid as a preventive of contagious abortion, says Hoard's Dairyman. Great Britain we unm derstand thatIn some veterinarians are prescribing crude acid, but here the pure acid is preferred. The dose is two drams, well diluted with water and mixed in the soft feed for each pregnant cow every other night throughout pregnancy, or a 3 per cent & solution of carbolic acid may be used, : Importance of Poultry. two drams being injected under the On many a farm the egg crop is skin of the neck every ten days looked at very differently now from throughout pregnancy. what it was years ago. Formerly the farmers nsed to think it was all right Closing a Teat Fistula. for "women folks" to fuss with the A Nebraska correspondent of Hoard's eggs, but today many a business farmDairyman writes: "I used caustic pot- er is giving his attention to the poultry ash to cauterize a fistula of the teat. as much as he is to the bogs and 2nd it cured it completely. The stick 3f potash was made sharp like a lead pencil and as far as possible was pushCauses of Wry Tails. ed into the hole of the cow's teat It When the tails are carried on one was a very small hole. The caustic Mde it is known as wry tail. This Is potash was applied four weeks before 3ften caused by overcrowding the the cow freshened, thus giving time young while they are growing. It also for the cauterized tissues to heal be- sometimes is a deformity Inherited fore she freshened." from the parent stock. 8 l erally found in the average tight poultry house. The air on account of improper ventilation is laden with moisture and pregnant with gases and odors from the droppings and litter. j While water rarely freezes in this pen. the air Is cold, damp'and lifeless, even when the sun Is bright This condi tion is due to the excessive amount of moisture in the air. which has no means of circulating or escaping except through the small opening at the top of the sash. The plumage of the fowls. Instead of appearing smooth and glossy, as in the fresh air houses, is dull and rough and :iggests a lack of vigor. The combs and wattles are noticeably paler than those of the fowls in the open and cloth front pens. Glass Front House. This pen can properly be named "the house of extremes." During the day when the sun Is bright and warm the mercury often goes as high as 80 and 85 degrees P., and as night comes on it recedes as rapidly as it ascended. It is a well known fact that a glass surface will radiate cold as readily as it does heat, which would explain the wide variation of temperature In this pen. The ventilation is sufficient to keep the litter from becoming very damp and the air free from odors and gases. Cloth Front House. In a house of this construction dampness, gases and odors are entirely absent The air is at all times fresh, dry and invigorating The litter, instead of being damp, cracks and snaps as you walk over it. 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"Chamberlain's Tablets have done more for me than I ever dared hope for," writes Mrs. Esther Mae Baker, Spencerport, N. Y. "I used several bottles of these tablets a few months ago. They not only cured me of bilious attacks, sick headaohes and that tired out feeling, but toned' up my whole system." For sale by all dealers. "I like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy better than any other," writes R. E. Roberts, Homer City, Pa., "I have taken it off and on for years it has never failed to give thedesired results.' For sale by all deaiers. 1-- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Page 4 The Central Fkecord, Thursday Oct 29, 1914. STYLE AND QUALITY considered, we claim we sell the best that can be had in Men's Clothing when we offer you the HART-SCHAFF- NER & MARX LINE KaSFW&&Sr $10.00 AND $15.00. SUITS AND OVERCOATS in stock at $18.00, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00. Men's Shoes. HOUSE OF QUALITY. Ladies Shoes. Jus near iuture unless ' w. s Hlitfl 0e99e$c9e9eeoe9,e$$-$ft$$LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. CrjyrichtlldrtSt-LjIfat- Childrens Shoes. LMirc ? some repairs arc Every Progressive Citizen BASC0H FORD made. The expenditure of a small sum would be entirely wasted according to incorporated. Receives His Appointment for Rural should vote for the Bond has sub$1.00 a year. the opinion of the Court and it Issued Weekly. Carrier. mitted to the people the question of Issue. giving the Court authority to sell J. F.. ROBINSON. Editok. Beginning next Monday, November A County 15,000. worth of bonds. R. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. 'with the wealth and financial condition 2nd. Mr. B. C. Ford will assume his WITH PEOPLES HOUSE. duties as Rural Carrier on route No. 3, Entered at tlie 1'int Oilier m I.aiuMMr: Ky.. of this County can afFord and ought to he having received his appointment . -- rrultil-t Mr. J, Lee Murphy, the prominent have a goed Court Iloue, and with a lair. M:cil Mmtrr from Wrshington last Saturday. This farmer and stockman, has become infew thousand dollars it can be had. Member Kentucky Pros'- Assoeiatior By issuing bonds it relieves the pre- - is one of the best paying routes in the terested with the Peoples Tobacco H.ll! sent tax pavers of the entire burden of county and Mr. Ford will receive $1200 Warehouse, of Danville. Mr. Murphy Eighth District Publir.h.rs League, j the cost of- - tiiis public building and ' a year for his services. Mr. Ford is a splendid gentleman and a hustler causes the succeeding tax payers to should prove a popular and efficient and will prove a valuable acquisition to Lancaster, Ky., October 2D, 1914. help (lay for a thing designed for their carrier and the patrons of the route the splendid force of the Peoples " : genera-- 1 are to be congratulated. - benefit as well as the present House. Danville Advocate. Whi-513.W0.03 is a small sum RntM Politiral Announcements tion's- . 4l.r. 'nf- 4liir1'D tliltr O LARGE CROWD HEARS GEN ""- '" For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 LOGAN-COTTON. Ill nn;""'eni amount, lur ine present, neeus or County Offices and we feel that all the voters should j GARNETT, MONDAY, 15.00 Miss Lida B. Logan, aged 19 adaugh-te- r For State and District Offices .10 rote yes on the bond issue at next For Calls, per line of Mrs. Rice Logan and Mr. Theo The first democratic speech in this Tuesday election. Whatever party .10 Cotton, son of Mr. J. A. Cotton, ran For Cards, per line ticket you may care to support next County this year was by Gen. James olf and were married in For all publications in the interJellico. Tenn., Tuesday you ought to vote in the squat e Garnett at the Court House Monday. Friday night. While was known est of individuals or expresafter "Yes" on the question of bond The speaker is well known and popular last this happy pair had it sion of individual views, per been sweetBy issuinc bonds will not raise in Garrard County, and a fair sized that .10 issue.r line... crowd of enthusiastic democrats listened hearts for some time, it was quite a tlijft tfllArMFfh kr In tlln lrtlln lit f-l 11 -- -"' - "-- 05 ' Obituaries, per line The surprise to their host of friends that sent rate. The levy at present is lifty attentively to Gen. Garnett. speaker praised the national adminis- the marriage was so sudden cents on one hundred dollars tor County Miss Logan is very domestic in her tration and President Wilson and TICKET. purposes and will remain at that rate caused considerable enthusiasm among nature and is well prepared to take DEMOCRATIC whether the bonds are issued or not He care of the home which this energetic For U. S. Senator Long Term. because if the bonds are not voted it the democrats of the County. urged the democrats to come out on young man will provide. will be neceesary for the Court to J. C W. Beckham, of Frankfort. The relatives and friends extend create a sinking fund for the purpose election day and not depend too much and For U. S. Senator Short Term. upon the division m the ranks of the their most hearty congratulations of raising this money which will necesHe predicted the good wishes for a successful and happy J. NT. Camden, of Versailles. the present tax payers to bear opposing party. sitate all the burden of lixing the Court eltction of Governor Beckham and life. For Congress. Senator Camden icr the long and short Mouse. senatoral terms by a large majority. Harvey Helm, of Stanford. OUR HONOR ROLL. Xext Tuesday, November 3rd. will be election day. It is very apparent "THANK GOD FOR WOOD- So many of our subscribers have urowing alfalfa in this locality is no that entire harmony prevails in the responded to our call for help since Every farmer democratic ranks, and that a large ma- longer an ROW WILSON." October the first we take pleasure in within a radius of ten miles of Lancaster jority of the voteis of Kentucky are announcing them. We hope to see it In the face of the fiercest detraction, could nave on nis tarm in two years a hati!,ned with democratic rule both in just twice as large as this for Novemfew acre of this most profitable foliage t,e ctate Hd j the Nation. The only President Wilson brought about peace ber. crop. Those who were so pro'gresixo possibility of defeat of our state ticket in Mexico. He refused to declare war K. T. Embry, J. W. Aiahaii, as to undertake alfalfa in the eperi- - ;s for democrats to feel this so far that against the unfortunate people of that Mrs. D. M. Lackey, G. M. Patterson, re-- 1 t;,ev wjj mental stage and made a succes, ,ult K0 to the ,)0es oll eiection country, although the capitalists who W. E. Mason, John Francis, port they have mowed their field four day to vote. While it may appear that had exploited Mexico and the republi Mrs. Marie Kirby average of there is little or no organization among can leaders m and out of Congress, j F. P. Frisbie, times this year with a gross Mrs. W. R. Burnside. J. T. Rainey, about six tons per acre, or itbout one the republicans we inighfbe deceived. denounced him as cowardly incapable. W. McRoberts, J. J. Walker, per acre for eaeh Let no democrat depend too much upon His wise policy of "watchful waiting" R. and line fourt tons F. L. Conn, Susan Fisher. mowing. This is better hay than eithtr the division in the republican party. was condemned by a partisan press. R. Zimmer. I. Hamilton, timothy or clover and each cutting is Wnile there may be a few progressives But tiie President bided his time, con- J. Stultz & Stultz. J. B. Kinnaird, equal in vie'd to the average timothy left, the indication over the State in scious that the humanity which dictat-- 1 W. S. Hopper, J. W. Hamilton, cr clover meadow in this locality. general is that a large percent of thooe ed his course, would meet with the ap- - H. II. Herndon, Henry Moore, Many of our farmers are preparing to who were with the progressive party proval of the people. W. H. Lackey, Mrs. U. D. Simpson, plant a few acres next year, and it is two. years ago will vote with the re- Europe an Inferno, hundreds of With Amelia Cotton, R. Denny, quite advisable to start with a limited publican paity this year, therefore, thousands dead and dying, homes de- A. Chas. Leak. H. G. Crutchfleld. crop with the best of care in planting. let every democrat be on hand next solated and innocent women and childG. M. Huffman, Zarildia Gulley, Land best suited to its growth is deep Tuesday and make the election of ren despoiled, the United States is at Mollie Perkins, Harry Hnderson, well drained soil. Those who have had Governor Beckham a n d Senator peace with the world, a heaven for the John Magee, Dr. J as Letcher,-J- . the best results here have sowed the Camden an When the victory. oppressed of all lands. W. Harlan, S. Parks, land to cow peas about the first of May bee that your democratic neighbor is frenzy of war abates President Wilson J. D. F. Thompson. J. H. Ruble, and mowed the peas about the 20th of there as well as yourself. If the will be the arbiter to whom these disMiss Emma Walker, W. Walker, July for hay. After the pea hay is democrats will only come out our tracted countries can turn with as- J. W. S. Embry, J. N. Mayfield, is thoroughly prepared majority will be the largest that we surance that he will deal justly with' mowed the land Mrs. H. M. Ballou, E. B. Gaines, by either turning or discing according have had in a number of years. them. He has already tendered his Dr. Treadway, J. E. Nevius. to conditions and then treated with good offices. W. C. Hudson. James Carr. from one to three tons of crushed lime"Thank God for Woodrow Wilson" is Marion Johnson, The election this year will have a Rhoda E. Wylie, stone per acre and which is necessary distinct bearing on next year's contest a universal prayer. It comes from the Emory Parks. G. C. Cox. and indispensible to a successful crop. when the Governor and all the State hearts of millions of grateful people Willard Barlow, T. N. Aldridge, The land must also be inocculated with Officers are to be elected. A great who know the horrers of war and who R. C. Boian, Cal East, certain bacteria which can be had democratic victory this Fall will insure realize that this nation is indebted to W. H. Bland, Miss Elizabeth Gibbs, to the Agricultural depart- a democratic triumph next year. him for the blessings of peace. Go B. D. Holtzclaw, Walter Humphrey ment at Washington D. C. This de to the pells early and do your full duly It must not be forgotten that the Mason Pollatd, Mrs. E. H. Smith, partment will furnish a.sufficient amount by your party. President i3 on trial in the November Miss W. II. Sovvder. Annie Noel, of the Culture to inoccuiate the seed election. He has appealed to his party Fannie Woods, Mrs. Lydia Murphy, for the sowing of several acres. The to give him a democratic House and Beatie. sowing should be between August first Vote for the Bond Issue. Senate, without whose support he Sam M. M. Jordon, G. A. Swinebroad, Mrs. S. J. W. Pumphrey, ns Only and September 10th. would be bound hand and foot. He at Mrs. R. E. Rowland, who have planted within these Found:-red crocheted shawl. given a hearty personal endorsement to E. B. Creech, J. A. Hammond, dates have thus far been able to roport Owner can have same by calling at this Governor Beckhan and Senator Camden J. E. Dickerson, W. S. Burch, T. J. Hill, office. crop. a successful and the democratic nominees for ConW. P. Kincnid, This is one of the most profitable gress. A vote against any one of them Jack Rout. R. M. Newland, J. S. Carpenter, crops that our farmers can grow, for will be a vote against him. FOR RENT. J. H. Hills. J. G. Conn. the hay is the nearest substitute for A 10 room house with good cisterns Nath Prewitt, Mrs. Laura Naylor, the feeding of grain that has been LIVE STOCK MARKET. W. J. Romans, J. W. Coldiron, found. The proccess is simple, and all necessary out buildings, and 15 acre, CINCINNATI UNION STO,K YARDS, S. C. Denny, Jesse Beazlev, success is assured to all who will heed of land, including a large garden, stable uogs tilicep Dr. A. J. McNees, vjHiue W. F. Champ, This uci We urge lot. good orchard and pasture. directions of the pioneers. CATTLE: Shippers 5 M. S. Burnside, 7S7 76 Arthur Thompson, our farmers to prepare for the plant- place is 1 mile from Paint Lick, Ky., Batcher steers extra 7 0&7 Frank Marksbury, M. F. West, ing of a few acres of alfalfa in the fall on the Richmond and Lancaster turn- Good to choice 50 7 ;C pike. There is another pike at the side Common to fair Miss Allie Arnold, r. 2j of 1915. 40 Jones Anderson, of residence and there is a rural route Heifers. extra M. L. Caneer, litis 7 00 G. T. Higginnotham, i) 23 tf 75 Harriet Mason, Geo. Broaddus, A slight inspection of the Garrard on each pike. There are two railroad Good to choice Common to 4M)6 00 Miss Myrtle Ruble, Mrs. B. F, Walter, County Court House would reveal its stations, with Express offices, one J of Cous, extra fair C 756 00 a mile, and the other one mile distant. Good to choice B. Ledford, dilapidated condition. It has badly 5 25 6 25 Wilson Brandenburg, . Harry Francis, 3 "Jo 6 00 W. C. Hedrick, needed repairing and remodeling for a We are in easy walking distance of Common to fair 3 254 2S Dr. Carman, H. G. Pointer, number of years, and the plan and obt- Paint Lick's flourishing High School. Canners balognas 5 7S8 10 aining-of Yates Hudson, the necessary funds have It is an ideal place for a travelling man Bulls, Walter East, 6 0OG 0(1 FatbullB Mike Donahue, for some time worried fiscal authorities with children to educate, who desires CALVES: extra... 106Oll 75 G. R. Adkinson, of the County. It is impossible for the to place his family in a good neighbor- Falrtogood J. H. Thompson, 72510S5 N. W. Rogers, 5 25 9 75 Bright Herring, C. C. Becker, Fiscal Court to secure enough money hood, and healthful location. It is in Common and large.. HOGS : good packers G. W. Elam, at this time to do the necessary work very easy walking distance of two Mixed packers ....... and butchers 7 73 7 70 S. T. Graham, 7 7 J. L. Murphy, without authority to issue bonds. And churches, 1 mile to another, and about Stags...... 4 50 6 50 Mrs. S. R. Fox. J. H. Hamilton, the building is in such a condition that 21 and 1J miles, to two others. These Common to choice heavy fat sows. 5 25 7 25 Chas. Rankin, Light shippers 7 10 7 45 Wood Burnside, W. V. Gastineau, it is imperative to have immediate at are of the leading denominations. For Figs, (110 lbs and less) 4 756S5 C. C. McClure, John Davis, tention. The Circuit Court room can further particulars address, Dr. Nelson SHEEP: extra ; 4 504 75 Henry Moore, John McClure, hardly be used in inclement weather Mays, R. R. No. 2, Paint Lick Good to choice 4 25 4 65 2 50 4 15 J. F. Ray, Common to fair J. L. Ray. and will probably be condemned in the Kentucky. The Central Record Don't fail to vote for the Bond Issue next Tuesday. There will be a Parent Teachers meeting at School Auditorium, Frida afternoon at 3 o'clock. You are urged to be present. ' i Preps vs L. H. S. Friday at 3 p. m. Adm 15c C. U. GREAT AMERICAN MULE. The studv mule, it is the rule That he must go to war, He leaves his home to go and roam In countries strange and far. A happy pair may start from where They fed in the same trench; And one. you know, with Germans go. - Fr iT - - J ' The other with the French. The U. S. A. breeds mules, they say. For half the world at least. Here's to the mule! in life's hand schoo He is a faithful beast. i i j NEW PROPERTY LIST. ' I exp-rime- j j , ' i over-whelmi- " thos-perso- 1 A .. (SO Purchasers get the benefit of oir 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. IO.j acres in grasn. So acres in bottom land producing corn every year at shipping point on river. large, splendid residence, store room and other necessary out buildings. This farm produces well and is one ot the best bargains on our list. Price 73.00 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 .school. Worth the money asked $105 per acre. SJX acres of land on pike J mile from good village 0 miles from Lancaster, first class land, good improvements, 10 room dwelling, well watered, In the famous "Camp Dick Robinson" section. Price 125.00 per acre. Three cottages at the low prices, 1800., 2000. and2100. 200 acres good land, near Bryantsville well improved, large tobacco barn. If you want a money maker see this farm. 10. per acre. j Miller. LT No 491. 185 acres of high class land, Coleman Rainey. AT 2 miles out, 2 large tobacco barns, per Kinnaird. (From the Hogwallow Ketituckian.) LG t, acre, 120. Brown. RG Herron. 493. Cottage and 56 acres of fertele J. Salee LE The Hcg Ford church i.- thinking RE Rich. about doing away with the church bell, land, large tobacco barm, all but '. Goal Total. as everybody knows when Sunday comes acres in grass, on pike in one mile of ' Points 1 7 anyway. Lancaster. Price 120. per acre. L. H, S. 1 0 0 0 0 0 H. H. S. 0 0 0 0 Raz Barlow was seen buying a stamp No 494. Several pieces of splendid Time Quarters. 10 minutes. at the postoffice Thursday morning. It city property for sale. Referee Swope. Umpire Mount. is believed that he is preparing to send 496. 100 acre3 of land, J mile from Game Friday a letter through the mails. Foot Ball Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles Sidney Hocks wore his new shoes from Lancaster, good improvements, at 3 p. m. L. H. S. vs C. U. over to see Miss Flutie Belcher Sunlarge tobacco barn, well worth the Preps of Danville. Adm 15 day night. She did not know he was price of 100. per acre. coming until she heard his new shoes 497. 222 acres of fine land near LanLast Friday ended the secona months screaking. caster & Lexington pike, splendid im- school work. Winter is coming on us and there are provements, at 90. per acre, Bro. Pollitt conducted the exercises several cracks in the postoffice that 498. 63 acres, improved, near Paint Tuesday morning. ought to be fixed, but the postmaster Lick Graded School at 95. per acre. Miss Tinder's room will entertain j says Congress wculd let his feet freeze 499. 73i acres of rich land, right on next Friday morning, the public is in- j off before they would have it fixed. pike, well improved, 2 miles of Lancas- vited. In a pistol fight between two men at ter, priced at 120. per acre and is Miss Sara Daniels, of Pans, a former Rye Straw Saturday evening. Atlas music teacher here, was a visitor at Peck got one of his glasses in the worth it. Friday morning. spectacles cracked by a glancing bullitt. No 501. 45 acres, new house on pike, our school The teachers of the L. H. S. will Next time he will leave them at home. near Bryantsville. Price 4.000.00. meet the parents in the auditorium The Hog Ford preacher said some No 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from Friday at 3 P. M. for a Parent-Teachehard things about sinners Sunday and town limits of Lancaster on Lexington meeting. The patrons of the School his congregation enjoyed it very much Avenue, unimproved, beautiful build! and agreed are invited. with him on every point ing sites, a bargain at 150. per acre. The C. U. Preps will line up against and wished some of the sinners could 503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile the H. S. Foot Ball team tomorrow havo been there to hear him. from pike, fertile land, highly improved (Friday) at 3 p. m. This is to be one Washington Hocks, after several lies well, splendid water, susceptible of of the best games this season, so come years study with roots and herbs, has 95. division into two or three farms. out and see a good game. perfected a remedy for the removal of per acre. Local Boy Scouts, win game from dandruff. The remedy is in the form of 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from Danville, here last Friday by the score an ointment or salve, is rubbed on the Lancaster, large tobacco barn, one other of 15 to 5. The game was interesting hair and at once begins to thin out the beautiful level building site fronting from start to finish. The Local Boy hair until the patient becomes bald pike. 110. per acra. Scouts showed up well and were given headed. After that the dandruff is by the good, left exposed to the sun and air and For further particulars write or call much encouragement disappears. It will also remove corns clean, ball they played. on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real esLast Friday morning Miss. Ezell's and whiskers. tate men. Lancaster, Ky. y ' at the mo.tiing The play "Mothor Gojv ar.ti R-r Flock" was greatly enjoyed. The (Bv Win. F. Mil.'er.. were guests. Mr t'henhuX Mrs Elmore. Mrs Blanton. Mrs N. Mil- i ancaster High School Foot Ball Team, j ler, Mrs Dillon of Stanford. Mrs Sar.- -: , ford. Mrs Denny. Mrs Henry VaHeps the Strong Eleven from Mr Alex Walker and daughter, iter. and Mrs. Pcilitt. Mrs. G. U. Swim-br.aHarrodsburg Hers Friday by Mi-.Mrs. Gregory and daughter?. the Neat Score ci 7 to 0. Eliza Lnnu id. Tilitt. Elsie Morrow. Nancy Walker Li'liau Cochran. Hmwa, Feature of the game was successful Doty. Mrs. Siler. .Mr and Mrs Nolstad. forward passes worked by Bourne to Mrs Dunn. Mrs Guilev and daBghier. Mrs. G. D. Robinson. Mrs Dickr Herron at end. Mrs Hag-i- ami two children. Or.e of the finest played Foot Ball and games ever pulled ofi" in Lancaster wa3 Mrs W A Dickerson. Mrs. Boo'h Sat-- 1 the one on last Friday afternoon on the ton, Mrs. Ramsey. Mr. Jno Farm, iira local gridiron, this game was a fight Russel Brown. Mr?. JI. - Caneer and from start to finish and just the way daughter, Mri. Cox. Mrs. Baton. the score would go no one could tell un-ti- ll Referee Swope bleu his whittle for RURAL CREDIT FOR time "up" last quarter, declaring S. victorious. in Harrodsburg had a strong eleven 1UVUI compared with that of the local hoys The t'Hrr.ws of Kentucky should b and played classy ball, thev went into very much interested 111 the fact that a the game like a ".Lion but came out Rural Credit Association has ben like a Lamb". For the 1st. Quarter it organized m Kentucky, with Govi looked as if they would make 10 yds. James B. McCreary as its tirst gains on "bucks", but they were soon President. It is the first organization quieted down. It was in the 1st. of its kind in the United states. thotK.h Quarter, that Lancaster received the the plan upon which it is founded has Ball, Rainev carrying it to the 40 yd. been in successful operation for 147 line, and 3 successful forward passes years in Europe. from Bourne to Herron. made for LanThe plan of the Kentucky Rural caster, her touchdown. The passes Credit Association is and. were received by Herron at a distant under it. money borrowed on land beof 10 to 15 yards with a gain of 3 to 4 comes a permanent investment. It9 yards on a run, and it was onlv once plan is the amortization plan, which did he miss one of the passes, and that lessens the burden of the debtor and was due to a cause of unleavel ground increases the security of the loan. Amortization ;.-- simply a method of causing him to fall. The best gains a little were made by Herron ai-- Rich receiv- paying otr the loan by ing lorward passes from Bourne at of the capital each year. Tliesc payQuarter, but when ever a "gain" of a ments are eaiied annuities and are comfew yards was needed Wilrnott was posed of the interest and contribution to the sinking fund and coat of there with the goods. the business. The whole team played good ball, end For instance, if a farmer borrows runs were made, without difficult 'of 3 to a yard gams. from the Kentucky Rural Credit (of which he must be a member The weather was ideal and it seemed before he can borrow) say the sura that every man was at his best. Coleman, Salce and Sommers, kept SLOW for a iwriod of 20 years. he will annuuliv &5. and at the eml of the us in touch that Harrodsburg was on He has the ground, while the individual Stars 20 years he will owe nothing. for Lancaster were Herron, Bourne, however, the privilege of di!isrgiii$; Elliott, Rich and Wilrnott. On the his entire obligation at any time aftsr last Quarter Bourne attempted a drop five years, if he should si desire. Under tiw present system of farm kick but failed. far i.i c Following is the Jim up of both loans the farmer often cess of SI per cent, in some instance teams: Q Bourne. as high as 25 per cnt. interest. cm Sommers Wilrnott. mission, recording fees. etc.. ami ia F Veach R II Elliott. the end he still owes the principal. T. C. Coleman L H Montgomery. Chinn C Carrier. Board SCHOOL NOTES. room entertained arrises. ng -- M-'r- , , d es , L-I- I. ( MALLOW - , j I rs ' - The Central Record, Thursday Oct 29 1914. Page 5 grerarareagra;tg-ssg;iA g &. m .P-iif'jr 9 JMSJi. 1 1 hi S' . 3& t &im - vfi ii "v kf ?J"t- JUS - ptmr m zSb. vis f: . .iy.-,?- L m wi 'W7 '',r A NEW ASSORTMENT OF J fwx r t i Ga berdine and Se rge Suits o U n i 3 f , 111 in Popular Prices, $15. 20. aad See them before they are picked over. $25, fin 1 $ 3 J ', J fa 01 "R5 (51 81 ftSS3E3SSS9;SS$Sg; 3E lii IEH1E Iifr" Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. m5m5 3E 31 Jueducian on all urhjimecl Jtate BEGINNING, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 0 31st, 1914 Siella Jtrnoldi 3E ESO 3I3E 3E m ii m&wtBffl&titfffiMem wi fi mm fi F wiP,;'yS Mm a m mew jk !' ss--- : 'M-'f- i ti i "" --&Z?Z..' Ci rO -- p- bii rt 3 HOOSIER 8 DISC WHEAT DRILLS Van $55.00 Brun Fertilizer Disc Wheat Drills. Ensilage Cutters, Gasoline and Kerosine Engines . E. Mount Son & Co., iq-3Piut:- jtfrgJgsycrgSjtffctaag; ; li" iffi ows me nine For FiEEing i! Up if your coal bin is empty or even half full. It's folly to wait until you have to scrape up (he last gfflfaaafi i V scuttle from the bottom of the bin. Order now, get the benefit of lowest market pricss and run no risk of delay on account of earlier orders. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. for a visit, to his mother. Mrs. Doia Mil'tr. HtiKn i well known here and very ikipular and iias many friends who VaO Niehols-wa- s Hi Win. McClelland Johnston of will be lad to know that he has-- been pi :i rt;cnt visitor in Lancaster. very successful in his wbrl. in Minn. I. ' Vrs L. NT. Miller has returned from truwtftMaec3caijjagPStfKt5gs7i Mr S. M. Urton and Mr Larkin Fain i'l a visit to her parents in Richmond. receives shipments of Hih Class New York of .lessaniine County. sp'n a fewdaxs w nd tj S A Brief Mention of the Comings . S lcr thi j week with Mr Jessie T!;oi:ias and Goir.ff fcvThost Viz Are IntertsUd In. Kt J'rs. Ld Walker is visiting Goods each week, thus insuring the very latest ir mother. Mrs. Ramev of Eminence. familv. Hi snappy styles in SUITS, COATS and CXE-PIEC-E Miss Nannie B Herring is visiting' Mrs Ellen B. Wilton, and two son-- . Mrs. Elizabeth Dillion of Stanford her aunt. Mrs. Eliza Newland in Stan- - Masters George ami La'.in Wilson visitDRESSES. Adjoining Opera Housv. ford. has been visiting Mrs. N. Miller. ed her father and mother, Dr and Mrs Richmond Street. Miss Sarah Daniels has returned to Nelson .Mays, at Paint Lick, last SunMrs. J. E. Robinson and Miss Ann CO home in Paris after a visit to Mrs. day. Reid were isitors in Danville Satur- her John Mount. day. The Chautauqua Ciicle met Tuesday Mrs. Zarelda Gullev is visiting her afternoon at the home cf Mrs, B. F. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Elkin and Miss Betsy Ware motored to Lexington Fri- sister, Mrs. Coley and other lelatives Hudson. The interesting subject disj cussed was the 7th and 8th chapters of in Richmond. day. "Tennyson Through England" and an Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cox are rejoicMrs. Jesse Gulley and Miss Bessie entertaining study of "In Memoriam." (iulley were in Danville shopping last ing over the arrival of a 11 pound boy The current - SSaS5cSi3T-i5:ur- events of The Independent in their home. week. magazine were also of much interest to ?? Mr. J. W. Puenphrey cel"brated his Mesdames R. L. Elkin and J. E. the members of the circle. 75th birthday at his home on last Wed- Robinson were in Louisville for a visit Cant. W. V. Richardson arrived last nesday. of several days. night from Washington City to spend j S Miss Virginia Bourne has been visitMr. Dozier Arnold of Birmingham u tew weethS ai ni;iiu. 1111s is ms nisi BY MISS BEILAH SEAZLEY.SMcCkeary, Ky. ing her sister; Mrs. W. K. Warren of Ala., was the week end guest of Miss visit home siricc Cnnstmas. Congress yp VcSS" ". St-- f-- --& --EfcSBHER S Belle Burnside. Stanford. Annie adjourned Saturdjj, after the longest session '.n its history. Minister Piice Mrs. A. H. Bastin, little Henley V. Mrs. W. L. Lawson, Misses Brashear FRUIT CAKE. and Mason were visitors in Lexington Bastin and Miss Mamie Walters spent will arrive iiom Panama tomorrow : night. He will be accompanied to' 2 cups brown sugar. Saturday. Sunday in Crab Orchard. I cup of molitssna, Kentucky by Mr. James H. Doirnyin. 1 tablespoon baking powder, 1 eggs. Miss Joan Mount will leave Saturday Mr. and Mrs. H. Ciay Hamilton and 1 cup butter. Ministbr Price arrived in Mew York 2 pounds raHins. Mrs. Hallie Dunlap motored to Lexing- for a visit of two months to relatives Saturday. Advocate. 1 MjnmI of current, pjnd litron. in Lagrange and Covington. ton Friday. cake of chocolate, 1 teadpaait One of the attractive social functions Dr. Moss of Williamsburg has been Mr. J. R. Mount has returned from I tuaspjon cimmimn aad cloves, t nut meg. for Monday was the beautiful thimble called to the bedside of his brother Mr. a week's visit to his daughter Mrs. T. party givev by Mrs. Percy Call Sprague. Icispooii salt. 3i cups o." liour. I" Rufus Moss. THTTT1IW il. Wilson in Bowling Gieen. itliljf' at her pretty apartments in the Pelman Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stormes and House1 and lut on LesiogbiR Rev. J. W. Beagie, is in a successful on North Thirteenth street, whan she i V.'hst Needed. tre Ap OMo man. after ten years ol Mrs. H. Clay Sutton motored to Lerc- - meeting at Ilustonville, but will be entertained in honor of Mrs. II. A. li. snte or rent. Mrs. Snsan FNhtr -' has succoedad to pro ? home Saturday, and will till his .pulpit Mrtiksbjry of Kentucky, who is with j iiigton lTiaay. emewn MTmc wp am osuraii mr OK tn- J.i-s- . A. li. Rice. ChrvsantliHiiiuins iii uuciee Margaret Hagis and little daugh on Sunday. Mrs. Ic3? '.a . crcat f"t. ao :hii price at Aloofs. white, beautiful Mrs. Myrtle ih-I ter of Jackson were recent guests of has been with Brewer ef Lebanai, who iJeuson andthe year,sowfre used at this- ikubt. 'ifed H in ar- r; or Mrs. C. Rose. her sister, Mrs. Xerrill .it:' ftur drcmsrick. teitintaro i Come to the c!o. ; m s.n. of 'K ! Layton, is now the guest of ilrs. J. r.ngii!i the rooms. . Tiie afternoon I .uiericiu. II. !L liaison stock of goets. Reverend Tvaudox of Kustonville ar.d I was sptj.it socially and with music i Frank Moore filled the pulpit at the Baptist church Rockwell Smith. needlework. At tlie close of the func - l?fr- Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. Rayracjid Haselden. tion a delicious luncheon was served it: IFf Fruits of every ark-tat JTiwr Thf Hivcr PlatV tl'ir'.:,; the "turn- AH tne appointments Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie is'in Danville Mrs. S. H. Anderson, Harry Anderson, the Sun parlor. I er i? dry along the rxeatrr r.nicn Wanted. for a visit of two weeks with Mr. and and Miss Hallie Brown motored to fo. the tble were in yellow and green. under-- 1 The ... ....!. J.i L..r fill .. Frankfort Sundav. 1.. 4(1 itiu ..un.ii. nt .k Information as to wiieruahocts Mrs. W. C. Price. lliG UlltM J Ii.' 1C14VI1 miarl. Mil" ; only an occasional pool ap- - i The hatidlei ,' in. on the surface. I5y diggltiK Amelia Murphy i,ct)?ared) if Kviwg. Friends of Mrs. Emma Higgtcbotham ed witli chrisantheroums Mrs. Ed Price is at home after a short visit to her sister Mrs. George regret very mucji to hear she continues of tne basket was lastened with apret almost anyv.Iiere in Us course a sup- if dead a to her relatives. G. B. Swinebroad, Atty. 'the favor for tho ply of fresh, cool water may be ob- ill of malarial liver at t!ie borne of ty yellow tulie bow Ballew of Madison. LaHeasterK guest of honor was a pretty corsage j taiEed. Mrs. W. L. Lawson. W. B. Burtoc, Misses Nancy Walker bouquet. The other guests were given Swope has to Peoria Mr. Billy School Tax. and Martha Kavauaugh motored to or yellow (dainty tittle nosegav-smau-e in Just to Get Even. Stanford Saturday. , . , ,. . , II ave tie j xoses and iastened with ellow bows. since Ju'i K? . !!.. j. the man-(.VJ io W.'c "Now. John, my sister Belle dill II. L. 4llliUC..y. Professor and Mrs. Caneer, Misses ager for the Western Powder Co. in j The guests who enjoyed the hospitality .'nc her strady are con:! ig to call on call at .nce ami tetUeaiia.veifc-r- t . Jof the hostess were jlesdames H. A. ur tonight. So you must act the part K. V. Harris. Treas. Webb and Morris were visitors in that city. lii. ivtarksbury of Kentucky, John Nor- of ajs ideal! happy married man. Richmond Saturday. i ilesdamesJohn E. Stormes,;R.L. Elkin ,on of J'ashvilie IVui., H. S. Weed. J. She's Titvt quite sure of him yet!" Faiai Far Sato W. T. Williams has leturned to W. Mrs. Ji. Cook and Emma G. Kauffman 'jj iiiciey, Howaru X amp, Julian Cat- - John (savagely) "Leave it to me! let; z- - acrt-s- - (4ji mties fam. Ij her home in Lexington after a visit to were in .Danville eunesday atter-noo- n .s. E. E. Beattv, A. H. itice and Mljs That lobster trimmed me cm a horse ter, wili o.'! as a whale r m twt.. acts her brother Mr. John Walters. for a handsome reception given Helen Beatty. -- Richmond, Ind. Palli- trade once! Leave it to me!" Chi- lit! with improvements or (50 acres cago Miss Jennie Lackey was in Lexing- by Mrs. Robert Harding. unimproved. dum.. . . iW ton tiie past week as a delegate to the Miss Annie Belie Burnside entertainLesinsto. K; . State Sunday School Convention. ed at a C o'clock dinner Tuesday in 'Killcd by Runaway Barrel. For Sale CUD OF TMNKS. of beer killed a J runaway Mrs. E. L. Owsley left the past honor of Mr. Dozier Arnold, of Sixty am- t.f !and. 2j mile, fr. n. in Glasgow the other day. A Miss Elizabeth Gibba Ala., and week for a visit to her brother Mr. We wish to thank those who were eo wonv.in was unloadjnK a lorry when a Lancaster .i ?ujrar Cre. k pike. Goml of Sayre College, Lexington. Ben Ltcher and wife in New York. kind to us in our late sickness and the rerirrbarrel slipped and rolled down house, beer barn and plenty (t water. Cook will entertain the death of our dear mother. Robinson a steep incline, where it reli down a Mrs. Arthur Joseph left Sunday for Herndon & Wulker. Lancaster. K' Mrs. Martin Brogli. on which were four people. a visit to her mother in Chattanooga. Christian Endeavor Society on SaturJ A woman was knocked down and Kenlccky Red Berkshire Far Sale. Before her return she will visit in Ash- - day, Halloween evening by a pound I killed ntitantly !nd three other people party at the .handsome suburban home ville, N. C. I have 10 nice yr.ung boars ere injured. for salt. of his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. R. 1 hey are from Anna Reli Miss Betsy Ware who has been visitand Fan Cook. Lady, the choice of my herd, ing Mrs. R. E. McRoberta has gone for A Success. Mrs. Emma Kauffman left today W. B. Denny, Lancaster Ky. tf a visit to Richmond before returning to (Thursday) as a delegate for the The conversation had turned to the her home in Hopklusville. many men who had met success. Kentucky State Library Convention of Wanted. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Haselden and "There, for instance," said one man. She the Womans Club in Lexington son3 have returned from a short visit will be the guest of Mrs. Lizzie Boland Wanted to rent a farm or about 100 street, "goes a man pointing down the to Mrs. Haselden's parents Mr. and who began life in poverty and now acres. .Money rent. Can give satiswhile in the city. Mrs. Powell Duncan of Nicholasville. Should be Engraved or lives on the fat of the land." McFee factory reference." E. B. Creech, Mrs. Samuel Cotton, Mrs. J. W. looked. "Yes, I know him," he reLancaster. Ky. Embossed nowadays. Mr. Robert Gulley and wife, Mr. ar.d Beagle and daughter Miss Viola and plied. "He's an agent for an antifat Clarks best thread 4 cts at Moores. Mrs. Jesse Gulley, Master Robert Lil- - Miss Minnie Gulley will motor to Lex concern." Judge. It reflects good taste and lard Gulley and Mrs. Mollie Broaddus ington today, (Thursday) for the B. Y. motored to Lexington one day last P. U. Convention which meets at the at once creates a favorable NOTICE. M week. Baptist church. 1st impression. The Garrard Bank and Trust ComYOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Misses Jane and Mary Doty were in Mrs. A. M. Kinnaird returned home pany, Assignee of H T. Logan, hereby Suppose you come and see Paint Lick Saturday and attended the Thursday morning from Louisville, notifies all of said Logan's creditors interesting revival being conducted by where she recently underwent an opthe many beautiful samples that said Bank as such Assignee will the Reverend Sanford Logan at Old eration. Mr. Kinnaird accompanied on the 23 day of November 1914 move House for rent. A, H. Bastin. we have and get our prices. Paint Lick Presbyterian church. her home. Friends will be delighted the Court to release him as such AsMens Suits half price at Moores. THE improved signee of said H. T. Logan this the 2nd Reverend Patrick Davis who has to know that Mrs. Kinnaird Middlesboro Three States. held several interesting meetings at in health. Fresh oysters and ceiery at Zimmers. day of Oct. 1914. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. the Methodist church is now engaged Mr. Hugh Miller, who holds a lucra Goods 25, 50 and 75 cts. on tho dollar Assignee of H. T. Logan. in a revival in the county and ' is the tive position with a Telegraph Co, in 10 t. at Moores. guest of Mr, and Mrs. D. F. Rankin, j Taylor Falls, Minn., is in Lancaster k T. I Miss Carrie Miller is , in Richmond ip PcOpI2 Abo?t the guest of friends, this week. SEiSS9g3IESig; Correct Dress For Women. "8fii? Elite" I id J ... I i if uhe fashion ecipes Qf hop. $ Favorite V Well Known Vtfoaan. $ F 1 spi. C,"" 1 tr i ai - u 15- I ,'.- tp ! i k ..,. t,Jf,lwn.:,hhiB .,!. I 2-- 5 Birm-inghan- ni - are Personal Stationery r f Central Record. i Page 6 The Central Record, Thursaay Oct 29 1914. PUBLIC will on Wall Paper We have in stock this season a full line of SALE. I Having decided to quit farming, A Proposal T T T X X 3! i LIVE STOCK NOTES. at IMPORTED OATMEALS besides the ordinary papers we are carrying. McEoTseits Drug1 Store PSj& k4?kftjkH kF. rmjmnsjs? "Not ten minutes ago." IX "You don't mean to say that you 1 B. F. HUDSON, President. J. J. WALKEK. Vice Prest. were so crazy as to talk of love with those frightful bolts striking all about W. 0. P.IGNEY, As3'tCa3hr. Joe J. Walker, Jr.. us?" PAYING RATION FOR W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. "Why not? We were in no more j danger than we are at all times. How ORGANIZED 1883. do we know when we cross a street ! CleanlMilling. Good Wheat. FATTENING CATTLE but that an automobile may knock us Into eternity? At any minute one's Ornithological Weddings. heart may stop beating, one's" - appropriateness There was a poetlt"Stop!" Exepriments co:id:Kted at the Texas were celeIn two weddings which OF LANCASTER. KY. Dick stopped and remained quiet for stations prove the value nf cottonseed brated in Loudon oine time ago In some time. meal and silage as rations for fatten- which .Mr. Bird led AIRs l.inuet to the ti "Have you lost your tongue?" Emily ing cattle, says the Country Gentleman. altar and Mr. Wren was linked to Miss said at Inst. ' Nightingale The rations used weie cottonseed meal "You shut me up." This bank is supervised by the United States Goverr.meni. No Bleach. No Blend. Although it Is seldom that cue comes otton-- j "1 did that because you were talk- - and silage: cottonseed meal. "1 Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all across two of these "ornithological" Ing so horridly." seed hulls aud silage: cottonseed .ue.il weddings tn oue du. they are uy no things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. "May I go on?" and cottonseed hulls; cotton seed and means uncommon "Of course, if you wish to." .silage. The cost of the feeds used was If Bleached and Blended Flour questions your Make this bank YOUR bank. On one occasion a church near Dub"What was I talking about?" as follows: Cottonseed meal S7 a ton. .1 lin was the scene of an interesting marwhy take a chance? Use health, She turned toward him with a glance riage in which a Mr. Crowe was united that was intended to wither him. but cottonseed hulls ST a ton. lottmi seed $17 a ton and silage a tun. fii to a Miss Crowe by the Rev. Canon said nothing. Twenty-eigh- t 6i steers were divided Peacock, the wedding march being 1 "Oh, remember; we were talking played by Mr. Rook. Much more re- about the storm. It was a hummer, into four lots, and a!' receded the same treatment except ft.r the rations. markable, however, was a match wasn't it?" The average weight of ihe sti -- rs was sbssVbbbbVbVbbbHHbSbsSmbbbbkjbbbkZXusK some which set Ediuburgb in a Outter and be safe. There was no rejoinder. STk. pounds, and they .2.''l ahead, years since. The bride was Miss Hen"That bolt when the flash and the rietta Peacock, and the bridegroom was thunder came together must have or S.tiri a hundredweight. a SflB3Ba When on full feed each steer In lot Diaw A Robin Sparrow. The Rev. Air. Daw struck something." 1, mi cottonseed u.eal and coltonseed marriage ceremony; performed the The young lady pouted, but said Philip Hawk officiated as best man nothing. She was lingering an orna- hulls, ate si pounds of nie.il and thir6iw for the money you ove am and Miss Larkins as principal brides- ment suspended from a gold chain ty poiiiKls of hulls a d.i. Each steer in lot -- . on cottonseed meal and .silage, maid, while the marriage lines were about her neck. note how much more restifty-twate six pounds of meal and extracted by John Crow, sessiou clerk. "I wonder If it killed any one." pur- pounds of silage a day. Each steer in pectfully your creditors re"It Is worthy of further remark," sued Dick. lot .". on cottonseed meal, hulls and adds a reporter, "that the sexton's "Perhaps it was the fool killer hunt- silage, ate six pounds of meal, fifteen gard you. They like to do name is Raven, oue of the pew openers ing for a victim. Maybe that's what Is a Gull, and the assistant sextou Is a brought It so near." business with a man who Heu-rLaycocfe." London Tatler. This shut the young man off again. has an account at the iflififf 9 't He looked out through the window. Echoes Made to Order. "See the moon shining now!" he exGarrard Bank & Trust Go. Are you aware that it is possible to claimed. "That's the finest one ever RICHMOND, KY. I is. indeed, easier to saw. The light is brilliant." make echoes? It They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better make than to destroy them "JmjW Ik The moonshine did not interes-- her. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS open such an account even if your affairs are rot large. Thev In the past men built their great tem- She scorned even to look at it. Course lending to Elementary, Intermediate and Life will grow all right. with no thought of ples and cathedra "Darling." said Dick, "what makes Valid in all Public Schools of Ken Certificates. 1 tncky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition acoustics. Hence, when the preacher you enw!" & Tree" to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new preached echoes rolled freely amid the "Don't you dare call me darling!" model school, new manual training building, practice grolnlngs of the roof, down the rows of "(Sot it again right between the eyes. f.chool, department of apiculture, a well equipped sculptured column-- " and rouud aud Do you know. I!m. that I believe that Domestic Science. First Term begins gymnasium. September 7. Second Term November 1G, Third Term round the nave. our engagement, having taken place In January 25, Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens With wires strung here and with a thunder.sturui. will be brimful of sulJune 14, Catalogue Free. j. j. citABIlK. I'mMrnt. tapestries spread there many of the phur." echoes of the old world buildinss have "Will you be good enough to explain been obliterated. There are echo exto me what you mean by our engagepertsbuilders acquainted with the sci- ment?" ! Mrs. V. B. O'Bannon entertained a ence STANFORD. Among the beef lireeds tlit Shortof acoustic, whose specialty Is "Well. I like that! I propose to a l few of her friends on last Friday even horns rank very liiyh. ami many echoes' destruction. Sometimes their youuc lady The proposition. admit, believe them Hie best. Ilie Angus ing. The evening was a verv pleasant tasks are bard. .. .i is made under tempestuous circumand Mereforils are excellent cattle, t. refreshments architect takes thought of but as breeds ! not git rf heavy 'e. Delightful p,eMant affair. were Today an His building constructed stances. Nevertheless he nestles" TAx. Joseph ColTev has been quite ill gerved dm as Shorthurns the ,s milk i.iwlu.-erthe echo. "That was from fright." , for several days. Shorthorn cows lfnt! ihrrsr of all And. "Nestling is pretty ni-anyway." Calvin iioone. of the JJuUuerar a Aim so as to exclude this intruder. beef breeds. They are li.irclv and You''I find it on the top of each Miss S&llie and Mary Burdette were knowing how to exclude It. be knows "Will j on go on?" vigorous cattle "Alien well fed The section, whv was charged with jtealing how to welcome it also genuine in Danville Saturday. cow shown was cha!iit':n Siiorthorn "Vergil tells i that Dido and Aeneas a diamond ring belonging to J. Alfred and champion feni.il: over all breeds Architects are frequently called upon became engaged during a thunder Miss Hnzel Store is visiting Miss at the Nebraska fait Carpenter, iva dismissed in the county In landscape work to pnt up summer storm." Jewel Spoouamore at Hubble. court, there being no evidence to con- - houses and arrange rocks umnud them "1 :im not intreted In Dido and so as to create un echo there. And this Aeneas " Jittle .Miss Annie Fox of Danville, vict him with any quilt pounds of hulls and forty-twpounds It is put there to protect you a3 well Congressman Harvey Helm returned they can satisfactorily do. London TliN was siiiil so snappishly ttm it of silage a day ajicnt Sui day here with Misses Wood. Each steer in lot 4. as us from the imitator. Roofs covered t. sent Dick back within himself again on cotton seed aud silage, ale eight and home from Washington City this week, with thejo shingles 27 years ago are f.titi. Mary Strau'.) has been confined s In silence He tiMk good todav, and hayj never needed repounds of cotton seed aud !' to remain until aftrr the- election. Mr 1 her room for several days on accoui t An Engine That Wouldn't Down. pairs. That'-- , why they're imitated. "If you have nothing mure to v to forty-eigh- t pounds of silage. Because Helm will make several speeches in the i A light American automobile was - sileirce. of illnes. Therefore, look for thi3 stamp. the cotton seed scoured the cattle at county this week in behalf of the- Dem sold to a tea planter of upper Assam, a un."" - Kmil. llnallj broke tlx"1 se- no reasun fur our lemaluing toFor Sate by the last of the feeding period it was rea!rs V. G. McBre, of Mt. Vernor, ocratic party and himself. region in the Himalayan foothills with gether any longer I luve things placed with meal us In the other lots iiMubven visiting her mother, Mrs. D. Handsomel v engraved invitations have scarcely any good roads and a rainfall to do " and Immediately the cattle recovered Local Contractors or Cortright Metal RcofinjJ Company. B South-aid- . hepn i.v9iipd tn the Wfddmir nf Miss of from 300 to 500 inches a year. Six "You wouldn't leave me. would yon. and increased In weight. ,. n Mrs. Mary Penny spent several davs. - waiiam months after it was purchased the Just after our becoming engaged? Rocker to RevIt will be noted that all the teers 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. .. L....(V.... ..!.......,.- - ...t.. uiukb (. X...A That would be like a groom spending made excellent gains and at a very' low in the country with tier sister. Mrs, Omar Fostei. of Atlanta Georgia, til ifiuuiei si uauve it iulv - the honey moon In Xorth America and a wasnour. on we cuerapunji roao ourDavid Scott. cost per 100 pounds of gain. The relafreshet, and it went roiling DO0 the bride in China." , A. S3. tive gain of the different lots, however, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pence have1 church November 11th at feet into the rain swollen river. A She rose aud was sweeping out of the is hardly shown, for lu shipping lots moved into their new house on Lan- Hon. J. N. Saunders of this-citTras week's search failed to reveal any room when he called to her: 1 and 3 showed much greater shrinkcaster street. elected Grand Senior Warden of Jhe trace of machine or driver. At the end "What do you wish tne tn do?" age. The net shrinkage, or the shrinkage Mrs. Cleveland Rose, of Lancaster. Kentucky ilasons. This is a great oI tbe rainy season the remains of the "I wish you to" she balked. less the fill, on lot 1 was 1'Ji pouuds. "Say it all over again?" has been the guet of her mothei. Mrs. honor that Mr. Saunders has received machine were found several miles be- on lot - sixty pounds, on lot ;: ninety-fou- r ,0W aCWent ta P "If you had a spark of sentiment you Belle Perkins. Whf e,the pounds and on lot 4 sixty-nin- e and his many friends are very proud of were gone and would know what to do " 'occurred. The pounds. Hence the actual gain of the hra Mrs. J. G. Carpenter, has been 't.. and appreciate the honor that fan the body battered almost bevond reo "Well, while you were sitting close- tt silage and meal fed steers, of lot 2 j offering for several davs with a badiy been bestowed upon hum INDIAN REMEDIES re me frightened at the storm, you kuow was greater than ognltion and It was oniy 0II tUe that of the hulls and sprained ankle. Miss jj,, Balou wa3 hostess at an i of sentiment that the planter bad the had my arm around your meal fed steers of lot 1. and lot 2 made and have made his name famous all over the .Mrs. Zan Duddtrar. of Louisville, elegant course dinner Wednesday even- - )ieces Sered np and taken home by waist" a much larger profit. United States and Canada. "I don't remember that at all." was the guest of Mrs. George F. De- - ing at the home of Mrs. Nellie Ball. , c0"eS- - A month later while on a tour The net prolit on lot 1. fed hulls and Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and avv aasaul Ku cuSC1B "Certainly not. You were too fright- meal, was $14.K!: on lot 'J. fed silage ..., ,r.u- - .acuny ch .u ... Horde last week. u.e ....i... iuC Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases, j an(J pan of tne transmjon pear set ened to remeinher it. When iu arm and meal. 20.01: on lot U. fed silage, Mrs. J. F. Lane, of Louisville, was Graded School. Covers were laid for)np over a weI1 and actually pumping Parsley's Indian Herbs 43 Days" Treatment. 31.00 was around your waist and my ear hulls and meal. on ht 4. fed sihere Moi.dav with her sister, Mrs. fourteen and much merriment was oc- - water to the planter's bungalow on the close against your lips I iihmii my lips lage and cotton $15.81: 25c Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment seed. ."S1S.70. casional by the guests fining their top of a high ridge. World's Work. 2Sc Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 1 Oc. 3 bars George F. DeBorde. were- "Comparing the results or the four lots ON SALE AT So on." Elizabeth Dillon spent several places at the table by appropriate place i Mrs. .LL "Never mind all that. from the standpoint either of largest cards. Fog Signals. "1 said: 'Don't be frightened, dear. net gains or cheapest gains, days in Lancaster last week with DAKOTA JACK C. C. & J. E. Stormes and R. E. McRocerts. Cowboy Campaign Chairman. G. F. DBorde ! Mi e up to date light stations pos-- Remember that you are in the arms of cottonseed meal and silage, hit 2. fed The Northwestern must he relatives and friend. ORIGINATOR OF is making plans for a glorious end to ses3 fog signals for warning the marl... arQ. , one who' " given the advantage. PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS ot ly. .. Mr. and Mrs. W. T VL t""cu,-- c me ueinocrauc campaign in Lincoln"" Another lielated clap broke in to sjoll We must conclude therefore that the uangers in loggy weaiuer. lue larger again a tender scene. He bad placed ington, are the guesis of her sister, ration of meal and silage Is considernn.a ra crt nTinrnl fhnt thlr tlncta Mrs. Maggie Bradahaw. .-., sterlintr democrat and is dnincr all in ..s. bis arm about her waist and held her ably superior to the others. -" " hand. .She closed ber Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee, Sr.. h5a nowpr for ih, ,lpmnatip 7 t,rVt I "".. lUCIIJ .w..., mjfs our nc ... AlUSl Ul ll.- UIC as If fearing he wouldAugers about his. sea. ' get nwny. spent the week end in Harrodsburg. urging all to conae to the polls and vote worked by compressed air, a gas d Treatment For Hog Paralysis. "I thought the storm was over," he AWELCOME VISITOR. with relatives and friends. When a hog becomes paralyzedcln not remain at home thinking your,gine of perhaps twenty or twenty-fiv- e remarked. the hind parts give a physic of castor where it is known, is a box of our horsepower being brought into requisi Misses Margaret and Emogene East- vote is not needed. "I think it is. That was merely an oil or epsom salts and then feed milk, this purpose. The siren is tion sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or land, of Danville have been the guests Gabriel A. Lackey, aged 81 years died blownfor periodically every seventy, after clap. Go on." middlings and Hmewater in form of other of our carbonated beverages. If of Miss Gertrude Wilkerson. "I'm afraid If I do and another storm slop, says the Farm Journal. Add at the home of his daughter. Mrs. J C. eighty or ninety seconds or so, the acyou have not yet tried any or all ot Carl Carter, who has been in Spring Bailey at Crab Orchard last Wednesday tual blast lasting perhaps about two or comes ou I'll have to ib it again. green cut fodder or roots or grass. them you don't know what a fine treat You might Once daily nib the loius with drugfield. Mo., for several months is at evening. His death was due tn the in. It means that while That'll make three times. three seconds. you have been missing. Dcn't keep on gist's soap liniment Give the hog a home mingling with his many friends. firmjtieg of 0j ae The decease.! be- - the siren is running. In the case of the say It between two bolts." A dazzling dash, missing it. Order a box simultaneous fluid extract of nux vomica, starting and Grover Hester had the misfortune to I longed to one of tha pioneer families of larger appartus. something like 500 thunder. He held with tightly ber in bis commence enjoying yourself. and Inhis right collar bone broken recently j Lincoln county and during the entire of horsepower is being expended in the arms and cried above the reverbera- with three drops twice dally per jjet creasing the medicine a drop dose while trying to capture a fractious, his life he was a prominent citizen. He j Production of sound. Scientific Ameri-multions: dally until alarming symptoms are I spent most of his life near Stanford, j can "Emmy, dearest. I love you. Will necn or the hog gets up. at which v you marry me?" e pan in stage go back to the first dose and rej Mrs. W. K. Shugars. has returned "c Scored. The Orator Phone 202. Her reply was toned to rise above peat if thought necessary. The condihome from McKinnev. where she has.PUtics. be,nB representative of Lincoln j Who Is there." cried the impassion i county twice in the tion is due to pampering. lack of exLegislature. He ' ed orator, "who will lift a voice against the thunder, which ceased suddenly: been the guest of her mother, Mrs. "Yes!" ercise and overfeeding. Stuffing on was marnea twice, nis nrst wite was ,h, tmth nr mv ethmpntr Lizzie Tanner. "I heard you." he said, laughing, and, corn Is most likely to bring it on. The a Miss Tevis and to them were born Just then a donkey on the outskirts Mrs. Ashley T. Reed, of El Paso. four children, S. C. Lackey, of Harrods- notwithstanding the solemnity of the tendency to the disease is hereditary In nf the crowd gave vent to one of the occasion, tows from pampered stock. she laughed too. Texas, has returned home after a visit burg, Mrs. G. W. Gieens, of Middles- - piercing " of the tribe, to her sister, Mrs. H. R. Saufley. and boro Mrs. Mary Fields, of Florida. Mrs. j The laugh was on the orator for a other relatives. E D. Peyton of this county. His moment: but. assuming an air of Treasure for the Louvre. Congressional Library. Mrs. Lucy Schirmeyer, of Richmond, wife was Miss Welch, a sistPr amP ne ,Iftcd Ws voIce ab07e tne A valuable collection worth 120,000,-00- 0 The Congressional Library building to say. Ml knew nobody but an ass .j nr o -i 'i Ind., who was trimmer for Miss Ella -- .i. i.. has been bequeathed to the Louvre was finished in 1897 at a cost of London Globe, May Saunders, was called home Friday them were born five children, T. T. and would try exclusive of the land, the by Baron Schllchting, a prominent on the account of the illness of her G. A. Lackey, of Litchfield, III.. Win. price of which was $585,000. The member of the Russian colony in One on the .Voice. mother. Lackey, of St. Louis, Mrs. J. C. Bailey Lecturer Ladles and gentlemen, we collection of books and pamphlets in Paris, who died recently. It comMrs. Henrv W. Evans, of Kansas and Miss Ophelia Lackey, of Crab shall consider this evening the funda-Citv- . the library is the largest in the west- prises pictures, bronzes, objets d'art Among the pictures Mo., and Miss Josephine Engle- - Orchard. The funeral occured at Crab mental principles of architecture. The ern hemisphere and the third finest and furniture. , Voice A Wandering in the world, numbering. In printed are some of the finest known examman, of Danville, have been the guests ' Orchard Friday afternoon at one o'clock Etruscans Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. Ky. Jfhone 27. . T.p and Elizabeth -- nd interment in the Buffalo PnrW How d'ye build a dog QOUSe? LeC- - works, charts, manuscripts, etc., ples of Rubens, Boucher, Fragonard, M; Mor t wt w4(UVvw .rf Nattier and Watteau. rarer (solicitously) Are you going to 1,900.000 volumes. cemetery here at three o'clock. Givens near Hubble. move? Judee. - rltoA?.- "" ? fI i Four strongroints I WEDNESDAY. NOV. 11 1914, 10 o'clock, sell at public auction en the farm where I now reside, 3$ miles north of Kuer.a Vista, the following described property to wit; 1 five year old bay horse, 3 work mules, 3 brood mares, 2 jareev milk cows, o sows and pigs, lb hogs, lb hogs, 1 male hog, I wagon, 1 binder, 2 mowers, 1 Hoosier corn plant er, 1 hay press, 1 buggy and harness. 1 surrey and harness. 2 cutting harows 2 drag harrows, C douti'e shovels, 2 single shovels, 1 hay frame, 1 tobacco frame, 2 sets of wagon gear; G sets of plow gear. 1 corn shellei, 1 se. of horse and sheep shears, 1 cultivator. S acres of tobacco in barn, 10 tens of hav and oates in bale; 20 barrels of corn in heap; lot of tobacco canvass, some Household and Kitchni furniture, and other things to numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. W. H. EVANS, Buena Vista.Ky. A. T. Scott. Auctioneer. l) Under Difficulties Bv F. A. M1TCHEL r T X Dick Thurston and Kiully Swift became engaged one night during a thunderstorm. Emily was ucirly frightened to death and didn't know what Dick, who wasn't afraid of thunder, was talking about. Wheu the storm had passed Dick said to her or. rather, began to say to her: 2 J. S T Y X S v X "Sweetheart" T "By what right do you call tne sweet- J. heart?" V "By the right of possession. Have you not promised to marry me?" "I promise to marry you! When did 1 do that?" i T Horses will stamp through the best cement floor you can make u tup ill snui l 'truer, nil jmuii of the cement Not the thins of least value about the hogpens is the nia- nure aU'of it ami see that it gets back or. to the land. The sheep thick should go Inti winter piatters in a growing and thr'fty condition. It is up- hill work to care for n tlock thrii:i:h a winter if they are put In quarters in a weakeiitd and rundown condition Is the horse ham a dark, uuventilated place uher. you dis like In stay long? Poor place this for good horses.' Better 1m-prove it now. Put the winter quarters in shape for the breeding hoes Dogs innot stand exposure to cold and stormy weatner. e - m&&i&&tei&&te nflwwfr A. VOTO FOR i f- - J. F. OF GARRARD COUNTY HObTZCbAW Ftee Labor Nominee o? The Progressive Party FOH CONGRESS. Of The Sth Congressional District of Kentucky is a vote against Chilb Labor, against Competition of with Convict Labor. For Protection of Labor. Nation Wide Prohibition. For state and YOUR INFLL'ENCt; SOLICITtiD. Election November 3rd. 1914. lrMlWftrWlittftfrM Wfta9Vs3&ftl Book-Keepe- r. 1 I 1 "We Citizens National Bank Surplus $40,000. 1 s ft I I I I Capital $50,000. ; J t GLEN LILY ft Check c4 o y mjk JX 1 t IF- ' Hisl "" -, I.- s-- The Garrard Bank Trust Company 1 -- 1 e ' CORTRIGHT Metal Shingle o Tit-Bit- - nine-tenth- 1 s--i V - .l-- 9.-3-0 . Dakota Jack's 1 . ':i. o...iloi . .,. I -- f ."'.' en-an- ( to-d- e. w -- Lancaster tling CO. Bot- "hee-haws- We Write Anv Kind of -- Tir-.- if INSURANCE Office at National Bank. J. A. BEAZLEY & CO. 'rftMS&fcfc'iA - - - J... .. A Tne Central Record, Thursday Oct 29 1914. 4 ! Page 7 'oeeucooo9oeco J SUNDAY SCHOOL fia-- v GASTORIA For Infants and Children. Lesson V. Fourth Quarter, For h VV 11 B lV Bb CARD WO 4.-- v MA4I Nov. 1, THE 1914. SERIES. 57-6- u-oi- .2: I tmOS WSiO PS. SS nsoow " 332 INTERNATIONAL U Vf gy x hi n iS&3? ,UhH :SK! Lac - LCOlllll. .t pni r.... of The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatun of jff Text of the Lesson, Matt. xxvi. Giod Eight Room Brick .se mid Store Room, for Sale Ciatern. Well, Hydrant. Batn ami a N'ecessary Out UuiWirg- -. For further information i ad at Memory Verses, 63, 64 Golden Text, Isa. liii. 7 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. Not only was there power In Ills two words. "I am." to send them all to the cgelaWePrcparaiionrcrAs. ling flic Stomachs aadBmrcis v vAm Henry Dtm can's Barber Shop. r yi u :;a ;!?o Promotes ResfamrnM- nessandR?strnnfainti(ii!nr OjnimiIorphiae norMiacral J1 Alt t U JTI C. : wa .ciaX .(- - xyeeroUIkS$Xnmum MxMteSstU-jiiiseS- ad ISilwiwcbSiix li'srmSfed Clcnliei Sugrr AtiM-fr- SfS R"S2S i"-C- a - ,I?v rm In hwlajrtalltirr. tt2o t Rpmrntv for rrrrrcflna4lnn SnitrSrnmarli .lllarrivm "lVorras,Comukims.Fcwrisk Use For Over ncss awlLoss or Sleep. cr TacS'uu."k Signature The Centaur CoMPAST, NEW YOKK. Thirty Years rviu -. ni?320 Guaranteed und THE CChTAUH COMPANT, MCW pxact Copy of Wrappsr. 'SiSE&SfvfR &g$p YORK CITY ZiS GUARANTEED CURE fl fool sS9 -- A gK' FfW &fSyjf'-ifl"1- Lerfi t- RT,.'i', 'k &&'$&. , ftilSsWEtf?! i.SSXIautaSSf aMjVSti - ?" -- rA -. ' en !! i."o-- d ire. 'Vs remedy on acalnst hoc tile chances tuch terms? fftrorai aa rcrraJr everput up that is trjTMifTMrTTmrTim' tliif is soMuDdT- a "Lezal Guarantee Bona." How cholera J 7 S3 '", jJ :- - 'he on'.y ur to cure and rjrevent Ftiarant.-other known remeay. ji o At All 9 wou'.d not Le sold on saoh a strong guarantee did not. it Rrudul tti. Write for Scm booklet teniae now to save yonr nogs. UOURBON RCMRDY COMPANY. Lexington. Kv. Gfisirfcoa Hoo Cholera Remody BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD GARS Effective from August 1, 1914 to August 1. 1915 and guaranteed against any reduction during that time TOURING CAR RUNABOUT TOWN CAR r ). it !i troll it th. I .ill - S490. S440. iiitnl M.itt $690. iirftlily mulwed. iS t Fuitner. we vi!l be able to obtain the maximum efficiency in our factory producion. and the minimum cost in our purchasing and sales departments if v.e can reacli an output of 300.000 car- - between the above dates. And should v.e rtach this production, we agree to pay as the buyer's share from S4' to i'CO per car (on or sibou- - August. 1. 1915) to retail buyer who pui chases a new Fo:d ear between August 1. 1914 and August 1. 1915. v.-r- Tor further particulars regarding these low juices g plan see Madison Garage. and profit-sharin- Kentucky Will sow tags tta Raines accurately any seed from the smallest flax see to the largest cow pea. ground, lint more than twelve legions of iiugels wcie ready to respond to His call If He bad asked for them (verse KJ: John xviii. Ji. t!i. lint He eiime to fulfill all Scripture, and the time hi'd mine for Him to let them take Him. It was their hour, and the power of darkne-- s. At le.ist twelve it is written times in Matthew's "that it mfcht be fulfilled" or 'then was fuliilled" (Matt. i. 1"J: ii. 15. 17. t!:t: vill. IT: xii. IT: xiii. Ii.": xl. 4: xxvi. ."i4. T,r.; xwii. :. ::5i. After His resurthat all tilings must rection He be fullill'il. which v. ere written in the and In the prophets anil Law of M in the psalms concerning Him iT.ukc txiv. 44). He came to fulfill all Rcriii-turiind He will: all concerning the future as literally as He has fuliilled the past: so when we read any jet uurullilled prophecy we should say this shall surely come to pass in His time. Tliey laid hold on Jesus and led Him away. They took Jesus and bound Him and led Him away to Annas lir.--t tverse ."; John xviii. i:). It would be an iucimcchabie. unimaginable record, were it not mi awfully true, that the Creator cf all things, who giveth to all life and breath and all things suf fered His rebellious creatures to take Him and b'nd Him and lead Him as they pleased. to the golden text. led as a lamb to the -- laughter and a- - a sheep dumb before its shearer-. Hod in the hand- - of sinful man. and submitting to all their ill treatment, that we whu bv His sufferings for u- - are made chiMieu of (5od when we receive the Lord Tsus, might learn how to submit to ill treatment for His sake (I I'et. II. Peter followed Him afar off (verse but his story will come in n later lesson, in ur-- e ."i; it is said that all the disciples forsook Him and tied This al-- o was a fullillmcnt of the prophecy. "I will smite the shepherd and the sheep shall be scattered." There is an interesting statement in this connection in Mark xiv. 51. 52. coiicot Ming a young man who followed Him when He was arrested, having only a linen cloth about his naked body, and as some laid hold on him he left the linen cloth and lied from them nuked. As Mar!; is the only one .ho gives this record, we shall have to hi in about it when we see him. we In the lemainder of our -- ee Jesus in the presence of the high .rie-- t. the chief prie-t- s. the scribes and eiders and all the council. They -- ought witnesses again-- t Him to put Him to death, but though many b..re witness they did not agree. At the I. -- t came two who testified that Jesus - id. "I am able to the temple f (lod and t build it in three days lut neither did their witness agree together (Mark xiv. 55. ."!)). Thus o i is Scripture fulfilled which saiih. up agains "I'.ike witnesses are ri-ve. and such as breathe but cruelty." They laid to my charge things that I knew not" (Ps. xwii. 12: xxxv. 11) Oh. the erne! Inji'stiei- .f It all. the :'i:id hatred of the-- e who vtere fully determined to MM llim! "ouhl Turks feat Armenians worse": Je-held His 'ice. He answered 121. tiling vcr-- e ("!: There no two wit uis nothing to agr. ed How i". ch f;;'-- e ac- i Cor IPs can you ear i ;keV Have you !i :i:n d to see God . y. ""I. as u ml not pople. .ad : ile.if man. heard :.of. at..', I was as a '"limb man that vo'.h not his iiouthV" "I was duiiiii. I opem d not lv mouth because tii I: didst it" (Ps. wi-sayIt is mmx. 'viii. lit;"whos i !keeneth ahis emouth i:g that ml his tongue kcepctli his soul from tumbles" (Prow xi 2."!i. but who can So it. for the tongue t in no man tame"' The people in the time of Ilezekiah lid wisely when they held their peac-m- il answered ic a won! to the bias iheuier. IlezekVh d ' ". wiien lie -' s letter liefore spread the , ,ii. ."Id: xix. 14). Mie Lord (II Kings When the hL.li pri ; s:i;d. ""I adjure riiee by the Living God that Thou tell - whether T!.ou l.e .hi- Christ, the J'on if God." then an . i ver wa- - nece-- "tented, --'ayiug. ir;. . and .U sns . i id." !!ut Iiov t:irtlmg 'I'iioii o the liigli prie't .. '. h.ie beeu toe 'tided vords. un!e h" w:'s t' (lead i ' anything. "Nov- ii sin to be rtlie'ess. I "iv iio'n toil, iiereafter hall ye see tho S a of Man sitting m the right li.'iid of power and nun :ig in the clouds of heaven" (verges e. ."- -). -k le-s- on de-tr- oy al--en us an-we- I WILL ON Thursday, November 5th. 1914 i lf Office at Lincaster. r. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Uainey s -- Lier - Stable. - -- Kentvckv at 10 o'clock a. in., sell ray farm of 230 acres, located one-hamile of Crsb Orchard, in graded school district, first offering about 130 acres with tenant house and outbuildings; then about 100 acres with improvements, then as a whole; the bidjon either tract or as a whole, will at my option be accepted. The improvements on 100 acre tract consists of a brick house with cellar, hall, porch 6-ro- ..-- .. )ifci ..,. I.,, i,P1 . r summer dining and kitchen attached, 10 acre tobacco barn, 2 stock barns and all necessary outbuildings. A fine bored well at door. An abundance of stock water all ever farm. i ; and THE NEW oppoMtt- Post cm: 140 acres of this land is river bottom and has on it now corn that iBarber Shop i f will make from 12 lo 16 bbls per acre; it is also fine meadow or grazing land; balance is upland,' which is fine blue grass land, adapted to tobacco, wheat, corn, and all other cereals. I j Bath In Connection. J. E.Seale,Prop Fine Gut will also at the same time ana place, sell my crop, fanning utensils, household and kitchen furni- Flowers ture, etc., consisting of 40 acres of coin in field, sugar cane in shock, hay. straw, 200 shock of fodder, etc. 2 good work horses, 1 For Every Occasion coinhined'horse. 1 gentle family horse. 1 pair three-year-ol- d work mules, 10ft :? mares to lo0 and one-ha- lf Percheron colts: cos John M. PilcRoberts. and calves and Jersey heifers: 18 1G shoats weighing from pounds each; 6 Durcc Jersey gilts and 2 brood sows and consistingjof wa-on- s, pig all subject to register. Fanning utensils, two-hors- W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon LANCASTHR, KY. Office 1'hcne 6. SiceHoti.s nm mowing machines, turning plows, double shovels, cultivators, drills, single and 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 Liberal terms will be given and made known on day of sale. Kesklenee Phone 220 (OkV Wrii s ; I.tTl'i2tc.H -- .o !?. 1 . m tt I trrf : R. I. M. DUNN, HEALTHY HAIR SOFT, H. BRONAUGH, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. lAlJIiSlH Phone &". DENTIST. Lancs-te- r. Auctioneer. lil. K., H. GARRARD COUNTY xti I -- l!:i-:.he- . -- ". 01). That settled it in the minds of these holy i?i men. Th" prisoner was a blasphemer and wmth.t of death: so they mocked Him. am' smote Him. mil spit In His face and blindfolded Him. and asked Him to tell who struck Him. Was ever a prisoner so ill treated even if guilty? N'ot so with us. But this man was innocent, for even Judas Iscariot had so testified. Some day all these men will he before Him as their judge, and unless they repented before they died they will have to hear nis "Depart ye cursed." Even at this day the scholarship of this world may be heard declaring as blasAH Kentucky Drills have the immense advantage of the low phemers those who truly believe that Jesus is God, but the great truth hitch, it has also a general purpose disk, being especially good in hard stands, and the time of His coming again draweth libli 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 vou want a fact to become high carbon steel, built of the best material throughout. Get our price generally knowji, the right way is to and don't experiment with some new thing. Get the Standard of publish it. Mrs. Joseph Kalians, Peru Drills, the KENTUCKY. Becker, Ballard & Co PA r ,r- - W t r- ,-L- - - Ind. was troubled with belching, sour stomach and frequent headaches. She writes, "I feel it my duty to tell others what Chamberlaiq's Tablets have done for me. They have helped ' my digestion and regulated my bowels. Since p:-- ? P f .t Jr-- n T l,.- lirrtn prjj-r- 't -- fl'f Miss Alyce Sutton entertained a numFISCAL COURT ber of her friends at dinner Sundaj . Paint Lick. Kertucz.? Beautiful hair does not just happen to Frank Higgins of Paint Lick has August Special Term, August 22, 1914 is always a matter of care rented the farm of the Misses Simpsor be so, but Bond Election to Kepair Cuuit House and proper nourishment of the hair A pie Supper will be given Friday calleit. No matter if your hair is fallroots. The question being under the con-night at Orchard Grove school house. ing out, btringy. lifeless and lull of sideral'.on of the Fiscal Court concern FUNBRRL DIRECTOR I dandruff", Parisian Sage, an inexpensive ing the condition of tho (Jarrard Count Air. lorn r.vans anil lamuy oi ivirKs - ' ouri riouse. me vaults ol tne same tonic, sold by al! druggists, is all that Office Over National Par-- . is ever needed. It nourishes the hair ville. Mrs. Mnmrie Unton and daughter l containing the Public Records, the con- - j dition of the different Court Room.- - and Residence t'hor.e .". Offlce prore roots and stimulates the growth of new of Wilmore attended the funeral of the the various oliice rooms in the Court LANCASTER. K. hair. Even dandruff is entirely remov- late Mr. Evans. House and thcqucstioii being before the ed with one application, and itching Fanny court on motion and tin -- nine lin Mesdames B. K. Swope and scalp and falling hair cease; your hair Pollaid will leave in a few (lays for a sooiiiiiieu 10 me couri lor vote, it is the opinion ot the will be bright, vigorous, soft and Unify. weeks stay with relatives in Case and Court house and court that the said the various named Whether your hair is oily, dry or Lincoln counties. departments need repairing and in maty H. K. W. A. WfeK rerespects remoueimg and it is tne opinion brittle, Parisian Sago immediately i Mr. Martin Evans died at Smith's oi tne court that tne sum of Dcc'ou P.' Psalai Surgery. moves the cause, and by toning up the should ior scalp quickly restores the hair to its Hospital at Danville last Friday, where of said be appropriated aftertin- purpose woik as herein spec'tit.illj he had been operated on for appendic'-ti- s. original brilliancy and vigor. set out. and the Court here His death was a surprise to his by uggests thatsaid appropriation be always he had from Parisian Sage can said KENTUCKY LANCASTFP K. E. McKoberts and is a delightful physicians, and could not be accounted made and does hereby recommend the and easily applied treatment that will for, as lie was doing niceiy from the same. that is that the sumof$ir,ti00.ut. be appropriated foi the iiurnose of never fail to act as a real and lasting operation as they thought. Mr. Evans lemodeling, repairing and g was a farmer gentleman of high integ- the two vaults and changmg the loca- benefit to your hair and scalp. rityand honest in his dealings with man tion of the same in the Court House if Leading Manufacturini. kind. He leaves a wife and 1 children. necessary for remodeling the cuixda if .Ut. Ilehroii found to De neccessary: for remodeling Alonzo, Lee, Lucy D. and Marrietta and repairing the Evans The funeral services were held and remodeling, Circuit Court Room repairing, James Stone Jr. is on the sicK at Pleasant Grove chnrch Sunday after hauling the Court House for and over Mr. . .3-- 1 33 West Vi.in--- :. the purlist. noon. Rev. Bell conducting the service. pose of making :t neut anu comfortable and to put in the same a sjsiem of Lexington, Kentucky. .Mrs. Dennie Scott left last Thursday Expressions of Kirde.st sympathy are heating "from the and to New York. Brussels. B gi.r. being offered the bereaved familv. Lancaster Water put water for Martrisville Ind. for a months stay. Works in the same. Mrs. Evans, who has bren ill for some It is therefore ordered and adjudged Mrs. Joseph Hicks who has been very time, was not able to attend her hus- by the Fiscal Court of (Jarrard County low with ilux the pat week is belter. Kentucky that at the Regular Election bands funeral. to be held in Garraid ( ounty on the Mr. Oakus Montgomery bought of third day of November 1911 an election Mr. Author Montgomery his farm for shall beheld and a poll shall be opened at which all legal voters in Garrard County $700. JUDGE FOR YOURSELF shall he privileged to vote on the ques-tioMr. liobert Sherrow sold to Mr. "Are you in favor of issuing imTM..- i ' ?, Montgomery his farm located at Which Is Belter Try an Experiment or bonus, for the purpose of remodel, nc Z JV ' i&Alr' " and repairing the Court House of Bourne for S1S00. Garrard County Kentucky, for a sum Mr. and Mrs. Edd Grow were the Profit by a Lancaster Citizen's not exceeding $15,000.00."" guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ii. Soper at It is further ordered that an election he held and polls he opened at all the Lancaster Sunday and Monday. Experience. voting precincts in Garrard ccuniy and The sale of Mr. J. W. Vanarsdall on the Sheriff of Garrard county be and Hereford Bull he is hereby directed to advertise said last Saturday was well attended and Something new is an experiment. and most everything broucht a good price. Must be proved to be as represented. election days the objects thereof, for at SEASON 1914. least 30 next before thereof, in The statement of a manufacturer is Central Record, it being the news the Mrs. Fannie Marsee Rains departed pa18, at her home at not convincing proof or merit. this"life on Oct. per having the largest circulation in said County, and further advertise the same Two miles from Lancaster on the But the endorsement of friends is. Bourne. She leaves two sons and one by printed hand bills, posted up at or Richmond pike. Now supposing you had a bad back, She was a member of the daughter. , notless than four public places in each A lame, weak, or aching one. Baptist church in Bell county and had , voting precinct in Garrard County R. E. and Would you experiment on it? lived a true christian life. Funeral aiso at tne court House door, the Clerk cures, lof the Court is ordered to furnish a You will read of many services at the church Tuesday mornEndorsed by strangers from far away certified cony of the order to said Sher ing by J. W. Mahan and G. W. Thompiff. It is further ordered that if the son, interment in Mt. Hebron cemetery. places vote hereby tt ii-- t;u is in favor of said , , ., T . tuiuereiiL wiien me bond issue, then the Fiscal Court will ii comes from home. in obedience to said vote and under What Would You Do? I Chapter 52 Article I Kentucky Statutes Easy to prove local testimony. andthe other Statutes relating to this Read this Lancaster case: There are many times when one man j subject issue bonds in any sum not ex- C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard St., tceedinff SIS Dim 00 fnr tha nxrrvnoo nf questions another's actions and motive?. Men act differently under different cir- Lancaster, Ky., says: "Nearly every ' repairing and remodeling the Court cumstances. The question is, what spring I use Doan's Kidney Pills so as ' House of Garrard County Kentucky ioaued upon such terms as to would vou do right now if vou had a to keep me in good dealth. During the f.nd to,be t,me f payment and to payment of QaTp of Bonds severe cold? Could you do better than winter, colds settle on my back and ip,,,,.1 the c Everything for Orchard. Lawn and to take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy? cause pains through my kidneys. ; in its discretion may deem hest.but the Garden. are be sold It is highly recommended by people Doan's Kidney Pill stop the pains and bunds face not to or hear for less than their value interest at a Write for free Catalogue. who have used it for years and know my kidneys become normal." No Agts. gtcater rate than six per cent Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim- - per annum from date until paid.interest its value. Airs. 0. E. Sargenc, Peru, 's Ind, says, "Chamberlain's Cough Rem- piy ask for a kidney & Sons. A true copy. edy is worth its weight in gold and I Kidney Fills the same that Mr. attest J. W. Hamilton, Clerk Lexington, Kentucky Foster-Milbur- n oV Co.. riWen-- p in recommending it." Brummett had. Garrard County Court. s 'r I ,, 1 ,.. ,.,. .r" Tr FLUFFY AND RADIANT. J. PATRICK, Dentist. J.A.Beazievl . ; ; M ttl sl.i.t-W.Oi- Fi-c- al -- over-haulin- Victor Bogaeri Co. eweisrs&lmporters -:- Au-th- er Registered msm wr ct ;rr 4- Service $2.00 Cash. HENRY. T,.. e"e'eii. Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. TREE I remedy-getDoan- H.F.IIillenmeyer -- -- -- " Page 8 A TRUMPET CALL The Central Record, Thursday Oct 29 1914. the end of which could not be seen &xocooooooui.uiooo.eootcaai with both continents plunged in war' My fr;ends for a moment dwe FARMER'S COLUMN I thIa thoughtwe wou,(, havg ,Qst securities. wonderful opportunity to demonstrate Measure. The Anti-Trut0 the wor,d ble33:ns of R M '"' ,he The Trades Commission and Clayton democratic government administered ,""c' '"" 1W Ihl u for recently enacted supplement and for the good of hutiiaritv - Dnn't w, t " "e 'our '"rmer iUh'"itn:"-""- l ! o, stoc. 2r.m and .ueh ifciw oa ii Law .know that we owe elucidate the Sherman Anti-Truit to President Wil- - farm h ihe fitrmer cnunot aflord lo adver i"m compel lair piay auu iuu tuiujjv:w- n .that.we ar? Permitted now to have tise. Ko notice - ill tie accepted ovrr four t!oa by both big and little business only in wo ln-- nf rh uns great coun lined. !! win "" and place a ban on private monopoly. try towering sublimely above the clouds KriiKl.. tree of c'.irxe The Issues Stated. ' nf I : wir fJinf nnmnn..,. J ? The electorate of Kentucky will be . .T1 f Phone Angus Bull c,lf for sale. c 380-C- , " "em-. .,. . called upon at the ensuing November J. M. Cress. .. piaceu up """and ..lecticn to select two United States' unassailable ground? We . on JKn For SaIe:-- 3 tons of good clean tim-- h Senators, and a Representative in Con-y hav. cres from Fred Conn. of the eleven Con- - j beinK he n'y 'rst class civilized gresdonal Districts in the State. The, tion without entanglements that may Fok S.1.K--Nic- e driving mare, all important question and paramount lead to war, have a most important years old. Gentle. issue is not so much the personnel of i mission to fulfill. Europe looks to us Mis Jennie Higgins. tt: candidates for these offices, as it now for food and the necessarysof life. people will give woou is ..nether the When exhausted physically and fin- Mr. J. B. Woods of Paint Lick ha ro.x Wilson and the Democratic Adanciany with war, she will look to us some nice stock hogs for sale. Large ministration the encouragement of for counsel and help in establishing enough for meat hogs. their endorsement by electing Demo- peace. We will also inevitable reap crats to assist and uphold the hands LOST--Ky. Red Berkshire gilt, ct the President in further carrying the fruits of our great and sane and and peaceful policy. All that is lost to weighs about 80 pounds. out his great program of constructive Hayden Leavell. !. 'slation so propitiously inaugurated, Europe by this holocaust of war will be I.i behalf of the American People; or transferred to us, making us supreme - Four rooms for small For Rent: whether they will rebuke him by elect- in finance, industry and commerce. family. Apply to Mrs A. B. or Cathing the Republican or Bull Moose can- This country owes our President a deep didates to criticise, to thwart, and to debt of gratitude for the calmly, foice- - erine Ely, Paint Lick, Ky. condemn, if possible, every Democratic IUI and dignified way I havs 12 Jersey cows, just fresh, he has maintained and thus turn back the lianas the d also a lot of heifers for sale. Register- JeiFersonian rule of progress. "Peace, commerce and honest friend- - ' ed stock. G. B. Swinebroad. Lancaster. The Importance of Governor Beck- Shin With all ' nations nt:irnr!inT n! ham's Election. ' FflT SsiP liailCPQ UJltti nnna And in this connection, I want to As I conclude, with the expression: y that relatively the election of GovOne two year old horse colt at John ernor Beckham is vastly more im of my thanks for your patience, let me Dotys' Marksbury, Ky.. colt is worth ortaut to Kentucky and to the Demo- suggest to you a watchword for our 200 will take $100. cratic Party, than my own. If elected contest: Woodrow Wilson. Democracy FOR SALE:-- 1 shoats weight 10 my term can only be until March, 1, and Kentucky. pounds each. 1"15, tvhile Governor Beckham's is for civ years. He and Senator James will! Mr. Will Lear. ,.TtlQ t V.Trltrlrttt ,1... ct. rf t'rt J Lets make it unanimous Lost: Plain Gold Ring with initials tne "COim ISSUC re. 'dent, and with the able and R. A. L. on inside, between Danville t'"etic Democratic delegation repre - ; v. nuns Kentucky in the House ol Liberal reward if and Lancaster. Grumps' Opportunity. Kep.esentatives (and I want to sayj turned to this office. Everythipe hau gone . rong to you nere that they are t.i equaij Grumns that morning, and as he Fifty bushels of Little Red Clover f .my delegation represent ig anj strode gloomilv down the suburban ctatp of the Union) will assis in car road en his vrav to the station lie was free of all weed seed, right from r::i4 to completion th? program c" simply aching for an outlet for his thrasher made three bu. per acre. cmtruetiw legislation, as mapped out temper. "Good morning." cheerfully T. T. Walker. . bj our own President, embracing man called out ren-from The Elms, Connersville, Ind., R. R. No. tl. more wise measures. In order to in overtaking him Good morning ."ire their uassaze he must needs havr I ;ood aftprnoon- - ooil evening. Now j Hager Bios, of Bryantsviile have a a sate working majority 1:1 botnj wa've made a day of it!" snarled I good pair of 4 year old work mules. I Houses of Congress. Grumps. viciouslv. and a full out fit of farming machinery President Wilson Be Indorsed. for sale. This is not the time for party FOR SALE: A good Jersey cow. Untaksr. Pills Did the Work. differences and dissentions. There J. F. Higgins. A Worcester na:: tcld several of be a closing up of all the ranks must his friends that he had !!i" best cure , For Rent: I desire to rent for the all alo.ig the line and a s.o!id front presented to the common enemy. for plniirisy yet kuoAii. He said that ! jear 1913 about 13o acrc3 of land loca-- t Democracy, now in the ascendancy, a doctor had given him a box of pills ted about 3 miles from town on Buckmust not be retarded in its onward .'.nd instructed him to take then: at eye road. A. W. Kavanaugh. mar?h to complete victory. The is certain intervals, but he had repeatedly torgotten to take them. Vet he LOST: Between Preachersville and siirs In this campaign are simple and clear cut. Shall Woodrow Wilson, aid that their effect x;a so powerful Lancaster, last Saturday, a United hat they effected a cure by simply States tire. 32 x 4. with rim attached. on.- - of the cleanest, ablest and most humanely constructive Presidents that remaining In his pocket. He serious-- t Please return to Record otlice. or Jones ctltrcd to lend them to his friends Anderson. Preachersville. Reward. ven filled the office, be endorsed or i,:idpmned? Now that the people, thr :o ba usel ' a similar way if they plain people, have at last come into I were troubled. Boston Globe Far Sale their own. and have torn Trom the M"rpdv grasp of monopolies and trusts A farm of 113 acres, five miles from CS S th. reins of government, will you vote ,' . T Lancaster near Buckeye pike on good n . , .. 'o hand them back again? Are you the fro- d,rt road' stone hoff w,th w,lh e,ht annual medical examination I willing to consign to their care and' offered b.v or.o of the large Insurance rooms, new tenant house on place with i:eening this government, so that 50 per cent were found to lnree rooms, z. good tobacco barns, their reactionary and companies. be more cr less cut of order, most of Good land for hemp, tobacco and all g policies shall be per- ""turned, and the interests of th - peo-- the derange:.isnts , being in the heart, I gram. If r interested - call ron, Dave . . t, , vssel3 u , ,. uneys. ui .. inose Anuerson, n. r. u. rso. a Lancaster. r. r. pie ignored as they have been so long nupuueu, cer cem uiu not suspEci j ruder Republican misrule 11. in every case the family phy Are you willing to undo, or to be in undoing what the people sician was informed of the trouble. Literal Inquiry. ''Posterity wl'.' recognize me." said have so long waited for and voted for At the end of four years tha death man. -- Surely. reand prayed for, an admin's'ration rate in this group of 2,300 was only the honest enough, wise enough, and 50 per cent of that reasonably ex-- 1 plied Jliss Cayet-np- . "veil don't inpectcd by the actuaries. strong enough to aid and protect tend to provide Ir your will for having your?e'.f put nti'sli a procesa o humblest citizen in his struggle i"ir J iiiumniihc.;''or " lite, liberty and happiness? An Slightly Mixed. ministration that is not dominated and story, told Hera is a ic'.tcolr-r.conti oiled by the trusts? Kis Appeal to Papa. You haven't the time to listen to,! us by a Michigan !;raUh sujorviscr: Littl; Webster had ertered info an. if I had the time to toll you in derail! We were raising funds far paying for ot, an tne wise legislation v. Inch your operations for removal of the adenoids agreement with his father whereby great President, with the aid of a and tonsils. The tchotl children were he was to receive a penny every time cal'ed. providing he Democratic Congress, has been instru- much int rested and canvassed the he canro w!-".H one home covered ie dtjece b"rore hi3 fa mental in placing upon the statute town htl'irg Etamns. iinnv in vnnr hohnif ti.,.q nn,n where a i.ttle boy cailed to sen ther counted to fivo. Ore day he wa f.irrvins- - mi ti. rtn.' stamps the lady asked: 'What are out on th' Liwn when ral'nl and did cratic ; ho ar.l "three." clarations of the Democratic platform yen j;oin-- to do with the money?' The not star he little boy cuickly replied: 'It Is to Uuni'ir : hard a- '' have been so fair and honest and wise, and fraught with such incalculable buv adenoids for littlp children that shouted ". v '"ire? all th time. Say three all 'It? titno. papa " benefit and protection to the people o! havex't got none.'" Pittsburg the nation as a whole, that the Re- legraph. publican Party has been disappointed, dazed and amazed. The strenuous and frantic efforts which the representaBOOKKEEPING I tives of that party have put forth in tq pue,iiugo.r tm:iu j.pujr attempting to secure some escusa to ' A Children. .tor Infants and offer to the people to vote for them. Is TELEGRAPHY Kind You Have Always Bought positively amusing, not to say ludi- WILEU3 R. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE crous. They first began their old, old laairpcriM ta 1 Scoksot to Conmriil Cu!!j3 tt It. IeitcsiIj ; the ia mercantile has years of story, which they have sung so long. It? President tijsinej. also 3S yeara nliicatint 1,X nd bauUn' &&&& of commercial depression, predicting Tonus men and women for ncces. 6"tnter now. I ire of Ky. a paralysis of business, bankruptcy A idresa WIL.liL'K It. NJilTH, Lexington, and ruin. Notwithstanding these calamity nowlers, business moved along serenely, and no cloud presaging a panic was seen on the horizon, though SSl ..9$ yj J they prayed long and loud for that consummation so devoutly wished for by them. Watchful Waiting. Then they criticised and ridiculed the President's policy of "watchful waiting," saying that he was making Having decided to quit farming. I Avill oftvr at Public Sale, on the prethe American nation ridiculous and mises, the laughing stock of the world; that he was dreamer, an idealist, a mere Wednesday, November 4th, o'clock school teacher. The jingoes blew theit and beat their drums; and soundhorns my farm containing and cried out for a ed the more vigorous and aggressive foreign 200 74-10- 0 Acres on the DeLong Pike policy; the Republican press joined In the hue and cry, until many weak seven miles east of Lexington, Ky., and one mile south of the Richmond pike. souls quailed, but not so with the great Land in Rood state of cultivation. 75 acres in wheat. 7 acres in rye, balance in Democratic Christian statesman In the grass. Good tobacco land. This Is one of the beet watered farms in Fayette White House, Woodrow Wilson. Se- county, never failing water in every field. The improvements consist of a two-storenely he pursued the even tetior of six room metal roof frame dwelling, newly painted, one new four-rochis ways, amid the pitiless storm of metal roof cottage, large tobacco barn, two stock barns, cabin and all outabuse, with a firm hand criticism and hog houses, good apple 01 chard. I will also sell at the on the helm of the ship of state. If he buildings, also twenty percheron mare in foal to jack, one had wavered In his own view of the same time and place one d percheron mare in foal to jack, one percheron mare in duty of a strong and powerful nation towards a weak and distracted one, we foal to draft horse. These mares are extra good workers and regular Dreeders. would be engaged In a bloody conflict, One twelve-year-ol- d mare, one weanling and one yearling filly colt and one yearling gelding out of the above percheron mares, and by W. C. Goodloe's imported grey draft horse; 4 cows, Z calves, 22 brood sows, some with pigs: 75 It Always Does the Work. shoats, 35 feeding hogs, 1 Duroc boar, 1 four horse power gasoline engine and feed mill, 2 fazm wagon3 with new combination frames, 4 ' "I like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy spring wagons, 1 phaeton, 1 sulky rake, 1 bull rake, 1 tede'er, 1 mower. 1 grain better than any other," writes R. E. drill, 1 disc harrow, 1 corn planter, 2 new 13" Vulcan plows, 1 International "1 have horse power hay baler, and many ofer article too numerous to mention. Roberts, Homer City, Pa., Liberal terms mde known on aay of sala.-- v taken it off and on for years it has W W. Beard. never failed to give the desired results.' 228 E. Main St., Lexington, Ky. John W. Bain, Auctioneer. For sale by. all dealers. ' st When normal conditions are restored j in December, and that Is a Rural Credit this country has known. It also seems to me that it must be a source and the countries now engaged in de-- 1 System, whereby the farmer can borof pride and satisfaction to every struction, change to production, with row money on his land at 5 per cent, Democrat whn takps thr stnmn this the rehabilitation of business and a and for a period of time running from - five to amortiresultant in TO DEMOCRACY fall that he can dwell exclusively upon derwood increaseBill imports, the Un- zation thirty-fiv- e years. The out to scientifically worked will abundantly, the remedial and beneficial legislation Tariff enacted by this administration, in- - establish the wisdom of Democratic meet the needs or thp borrowers. stead of, as in years gone by, waging statesmanship. Farm Marketing. only a campaign of opposition upon Let me call your attention especially j This administration has established the of the Republicans, to what the government has done in a Bureau of Slarketing and placed the direct aid of tne farmer: Aiding the Whole People. , study of distribution, of buying and His Tells Never before in our history has any Government Aid In Eradicating Hog; selling in the hands of experts, so that Cholera. the farm products may be standardpolitical party undertaken to extend A. very careful government estimate ized and prepared, transported and disthe aid and protection of the govern- ment to the people in their struggles, made no later than 1913 revealed the tributed to the consumer at the lowest as has the present Democratic admin- - fact that six million hogs, valued at possible cost and waste, thus substibusiness-lik- e methods istration. It has been a revelation to $63,000,000, died of hog cholera in the tuting 'WOODROW WILSON, DEwasteful plan so long the thinking people, to And after liv- - United States that year. As this is a for the MOCRACY AND KENTUCKY" ing under Republican misrule for such preventable disease, it means that i pursued as heretofore. a length of time, that this really is, as over 700,000,000 pounds of dressed Parcel Post. our great Kentuckian hoped for, "A nieat and lard, or enough to furnish' The Parcel Post System has been - every family in the land with about Senator Camden's Statement of the government of the people, by the peoextended so as lo directly aid the Great Services Rendered to the pie and for the people," when properly 25 pounds of meat has been needless- - j far farmer in shipping his produce to It is a ly lost. This has been allowed to goj the city consumer, thus extending and People By Woodrow Wilson and His and .honestly administered. Administration Was Strongly and revelation to the business man, to the on unnoticed for fifty years. It creating new markets and making dito the farmer, and in fact to mained for this Democratic Congress rect connections between producer and Impressively Told. positive and efficient steps to consumer, all classes of citizens. Being myself to take and not only increasing the a farmer, and consequently esecially checks the awful waste caused by this farmer's profits, but also decreasing Versailles, Ky., Oct. 2G. Senator, familiar with his environments, his scourge. So, in February of this year the cost of living. Johnson N. Camden addressed his! needs and his ambitions, I want to a bill was passed settling aside $500,- application of What Has Been Done for Labor by the home people here this afternoon. His say that I have been delighted to find U00 tor a nation-wid- e Democratic Administration. o many wise measures in his interest serum to eradicate a disease that not statement of the great services ren In July, 1913, the President procured dered to the people by Woodrow Wil- enacted by the Democratic adminls- - only costs the farmers many I wish to call your attention lions annually, but also gives the peo- - the enactment of the Industrial Emton and his administration was very strongly and impressively told as a to a few of the most conspicuously ple a greatly extended meat supply ployes' Arbitration Act. The possibilbusiness men would tell it without helpful laws passed by this adminis- This certainly brings government aid ities for good of this wise piece of directly to the farmer and lends a Democratic legislation are incalculatrills or furbelows. His speech in full tration in behalf of the people. helping hand where most needed. ble. It will soften and mollify the asMas as follows: Tariff Revised Downward. My friends I have been compliment-- , The Smith-Leve- r Agricultural Exten-- ! perities heretofore existing between ,f ,he 1)rcsent admiuistration werc Capital and Labor, employer and emeu auu Hunurcu sion Act. im a &uai m lUe entitled to credit for no other legis- ploye. Each intereot js assured of a I nited States Senate as one of the Agricultural Ex The Smith-Leve- r Lit ion than the Ilndprwnnil T.nriff Art. free and fair hearing of its grievances, Representatives from Kentucky. I iu mv judgment that alone would ue tension Act is the most would be an ingrate did 1 not embrace BUfllcIent to coramend it to the affec and progressive measure ever enacted and their disputes are submitted to and considered by wise and sympathi--- , my first opportunity, to extend tion and admiration of the American for the farmer. It takes the State to ou, and through you, to the De- people. Unlike its predecessors, this Agricultural College, the State E.xperi- - thetic arbitrators eagerly anxious to all differences in a spirit of jus-ti- f mocrat of Kentucky, my profound tariff bill was drawn in the interests ment Station and the Federal Depart- - adjusttoleration, e and fair play. Already and heartfelt thanks for the magnifi- of the whole people, and not for a par- - ment of Agriculture diiect to the issues between cent tote and endorsement given to ticular class. farmer, the farmer's wife and into the Capital and Labor have been settled, me a: the primary election last AuAfter many years of natient wait- - fa" home. It is the first Congres- - notably the adjustment of the pending gust. I was preiented trom prosecut- ing we have at last, under Democratic sional act that considers the tanner's ing a canvass of the state in the in- administration, and as one of its, first wives and daughters bj providing strite between the railways and their terest of m candidacy, and from acts, a tariff bill that actually revises funds for teaching home economics. employes in the Middle West, which, if ine- ting you face to face, by reason of the tariff downward, and in many Tnis administration was the first one not amicably arranged, would have thr measures of importance pending cases removes it entirely trom the tJ grasp the tremendous truth that if meant civil war, thereby abundantly demonstrating the efficiency and wisin (Vnsrrss demanding ni presence necessaries of life. "11 of the knowledge applicable and The Pavne-Al- it; re a- - our representative. In dis- - drich Tariff Hill, which was so highly helpful to farming that has been work dom of this measure. JIany other incharge of the trust committed by you commended by President Taft in his ed out seperately by the experimental dustrial disputes which would have quickly assumed the proportions of to m hands, and yet you gave me celebrated speech, Winona was stations, and by individual farmers such a splendid majority and endorse- enough to damn any party, and did uPn t!le farm. and u' t"-- ' scientists in industrial wars between employer and employe have been satisfactorily setdefeat and damn the Republican par- - the United States Department of Ag- - tled, and millions saved to the conty for ever. No party of whatever riculture could be gathered together tending parties, and all of the incondenomination can retain the respect and correlated and sent out to the veniences to the general public inci' bulletins support or a free people, that fanner not in written and dent to such conditions averted. shows its utter disregard of their which they would not read but by The Eight Hour Bill. rights by promising relief before the personal appeal and demonstration,, election and yet contrives to legis- - that agriculture would be readjusted, i The Eight Hour Bill extends the oplate in the interests of the classes and that country life would have an at- - erations of the eight hour law both to I against the masses when placed in traction, a dignity and potential infiu- - work done for and by the government, power. This is the history of the Re- - ence never enjoyed before. This act thus putting the stamp of Federal appubliran party, under the selfish lead- - makes liberal appropriation for tarm proval upon a working day of eight ers who possessed themselves of that extension work. There is immediate- - hours' length. once historic party, conclusively de- - ly available $10,000 for each State The Clayton Bill. A party may fool the Agricultural College and by gradually mcnstiates. The Clayton Bill treats, among other people for awhile, but a day of reck- - increasing sums the new law appro- tilings, the relation of labor organizapriates $4,580,000 annually from the tions to the anti-trus- t ouing is sure to come. laws, and cori euerai treasury, conditioned upon recting the same so that labor can no I BZ- "''i' I1 Republican Commendation. IflH the individual states providing an al- - longer be considered a commodity or The commendation and support of most equal sum. This will make avail- isthis tariff bill by a number of the able able after the year 1922 nearly $10,- - j property, and the regulation of the suance of injunctions, and guaranteeand conscientious Republicans and oco,000. In the first nine j ears of the j Progressive members of both Houses iaw's judication, the Federal govern-- ' ing of the right of trial by jury for alleged contempts committed out of the Heaks volumes in its behalf, because meut will have given the forty-eigstrenuous efforts were made b.v the states more than $211,000,000, and the1 piesence of the court. The Department of Labor Bill. mmmL aim wnips ol tnese parties to states themselves-wi- ll have given tmmif ' lino up their men and present a solid This Democratic administration of. more than $1S,000,000. Thus in the front in opposition to the bill. Sena- - ni,lc year period now beginning, a ficially further recognized the dignity an able Progressive; grand total of nearly $12,000,000 will and importance of labor by creating tor referring to his vote for the measure, K0 into agricultural extension work, the Department of Labor, with a Secvery pointedly said on the ileor of the Tnt, feature ot. the bill, retary who Is a member of the Presiaonate: the states and Federal irnvprnmenf dent's Cabinet, thus dignifying labor "Slany of those who ostensibly have working in close harmony, is a eryl aud furnishing an opportunity of pro SENATOR JOHNSON N. CAMDEN been especially grieved over my vote valuable step forward. Efficiency is tection and advancement hy having a bill and who claim to be great- - guaranteed for the wise expenditure) representative in close touch with the ment. that I am unable to find words tor this y exercised as to the evil consequen- - 0f this enormous sum by providing President. with vvhich to express to you my obli-JtijIn addition to these few prominent es which will follow its enactment that the work shall be carried on in and my thanks. lit- - Sllcn a manner as shall be mutually j measures, which I have mentioned, . aave earnestly endeavored during aie. as a matter of fact, really but - there are numerous others, which this tie interested in the tariff schedules of n short term of office to lepresent ;i'f bill. That feature of the bill which agreed upon by the Secretary of Agri- ' administration has enacted into law culture and the State Colleges. Kentucky in conjunction with my rerlly arouses bitter hostility, if explanation, or excuse, is needed having for their purpose the protecd colleague, Hon. Ollie SI. although they their curiously are silent for the outlay of such enormous sums, tion ot labor, demonstrating concluJ. nes in her varied interests to the upon it, is not r would say that it is high time that sively that the Democratic party is r best of my ability by being faitii-fui'- the income tax. the tariff at all, but .such steps are being taken, if Vie are' the friend of labor and that its platat the post of duty, and by castwho are in favor IO obviate one of the greatest dangers j form declarations on this object were as tny ote for those measures which ol "As a rule those prohibitory or excessive tariff rates that threaten our national existence, not mere "vote catchers," but sincere I conceived to be best for the interests are opposed to a properly graded in- - r rfer to the deserted fcrni home, a convictions promptly adopted, as soon ji 'h country; believing that hi this o:ne tax. Some of this class have ronstantly increasing tendency to- - .'.s it came into power, and the aid and va could best demonstrate my been compelled b.v force of public vards a system of farming by ab-- i relief so long denied by the Republicof your confidence and my ouinion to favor an income tax, but tenteeism, the growth of tenantcy and an party cheerfully accorded to the (oa'.iy to your interests. in reality oppose It under the guise of ,!le alarming drift of rural population great masses of laboring people. opposition to the tariff reductions in towards the towns and cities. It is An Appreciated Honor. The Federal Reserve. Act. This bill, so far as safe to assume that not more than 3G ' is an honor to represent any state fhe Pending bill. The law known as the Federal Re! ncdlfies ,ne, existl"S law; sh5"s to per cent of our population live upon serve Banking Act stands out as posin the Federal Senate; to participate extent tlle bar,,e" of aon the farms. This tendency will cease" sibly of more vital importance to the in the framing of legislation in the that poor consumer to the rich fanly when farm life becomes as country than even the passage of the of the great American peo-- ' ' fronl tue interests possessors of great incomes. Its tend- - tractIvP as urban life. There is an downward revised tariff bill. Certainbut especially is it a high honor ls ? ,,,sI,te" ,tnf taxes "J,on imperative need on the part of the ly nothing showed the prophetic vito i entrant in that body the great encJ' sufficiency state of Kentucky, a state so rich in ' mere slerflmty. and increase them State and Federal government to s sion, the unswerving and unconquerThis has- - been the shape rural methods and ideals. We able courage of onr great President heritage and its historv. While I ll,)0n more than the passage of this truiy "or being a l'ocy and theory of every wise gyp- - must have better fanning, better can not claim the honor t;,.xat." .1" ,ne most en"Knt- - jngt better and more education, which marvelous piece of legislation. It is of Kentucky, I do claim to tem means better and more prosperous cit- - perhaps best that the country should kno. a good thing when I see it. and ened civilization." izenship In rural communities. It re- - never know the almost insuperable The Income Tax. 1 came here soon after attaining my majority, as soon as I was authorized To mv mind one of the strongest quired a Democratic administration difficulties placed in the way of this to act for myself. You will observe features of the Underwood Tariff Bill for the Department of Agriculture to bill, from many apparently unrelated We will now, at last, have that to me being a Kentuckian is a is the Income Tax, because it requires make tllis direct effort to get in touch sources matter of selection and choice, while those who are ablest and have re- - nIth tne home life of the fanner and an elastic currency, instead of having you natives really deserve no credit, ceived the greatest benefits, to como to assist and improve his domestic con-a- s the wealth of the nation congested in ou had no say so whatever, but to the support of the government, and ditions, thereby making the life of the one section. It will be spread over were jubt born here, and couldn't help to that extent removes the burden farmer, his wife and family, easier and the remotest parts of our country, and In- - pleasanter, his work more profitable be available for the legitimate busiTrom the shoulders of the poor. ourselves. every man who an attractive an actual sympathetic, ness needs of every section of our I Heard of some objections to my stead of requiring candidacy because I was not a native ' buys a suit of clothes, a pair of shoes, helpful interest of the government in vast domain. It is safe to say that this Kentuckian, but to my mind a state a hat, or any other necessity of life, farm life. Is it not encouraging to the country will never again experience to the other j to contribute a large per cent of the farmer to feel that there is a party In the appalling, and in many instances, which has furnished panic, states of the Union 10 of their gov- - price paid to support the government, power which sympathizes with agricul-ernor- s ruinous effects of a nation-wid- e and which has at the present and incidentally enrich the manufac- - tural pursuits, and is devoting its best with its desolation and paralysis to the business interests of the nation. time four native Kentuckians in the! turer, as he has done under a pro- - efforts and energy towards the In addition to this unspeakable bless States Senate, representing tective tariff so long, it says to a man lectual advancement of that great states, and claims as her sons' with an income in excess of $3,000, dustry; so that it can no longer be ing to the country at large, this act the Speaker and Leader of the Lower ' you are better able to bear this bur- - said of the farmer that he is a "manu-Hous- is especially helpful to agriculture. of Congress, should be gener-- , den, because you are receiving more facturer who buys his raw material at For the first time. National Banks are ous enough not to raise her voice of the benefits, so you pay your part, retail and sells his finished product at permitted to make loans on farm against one who came as soon as he , and relieve your less fortunate broth- - wholesale." It is, In my judgment. lands and to rediscount the farmers' man, I ask ootn an opportunity ana a duty or notes based on staple agricultural procould, wno expects to live ana aie ers. What and be buried here surely this should you, who is willing to live and let live,' every farmer in the land to cast his ducts. This Democratic act places be sufficient proof of his adoption and be he rich or poor, consistently ob- vote to endorse and sustain the Demo- - $500,000,000 available for the promocratic administration in its great con- - tion of agriculture. Not the least help devotion. ject to such a law? Sly friends, I wish to say that In The calamity howlers, with axes to structlve and bene3cent program of ful of the many administration meas looking backwards, as the State Chair- grind, have riticised this tariff bill, legislation, of which he is one of the ures, was the Government aid to the crop movement at a critical time. The man of Woodrow Wilson's Campaign, and called it a failure, yet, although chief beneficiaries. I must mention another great boon Secretary of the Treasury placed $50, I have a feeling of profound satisfacIt has been In operation only a year, tion, not to say gratitude, for the small there has been raised more revenue to the farmer that this administration 000,000 of Government funds in the part you permitted me to play in help- under It than by the Payne-Aldric- h has practically worked out and that banks of the country where most ing to bring about the election of the bill for the previous year, or in fact will be passed into law at the coming needed for crop moving and marketing most notably constructive Congress for any year In the last ten. short session of Congress, which openB purposes. Previously this money was J idle In the Treasury as a reserve fano o. deposited in the big banks, but it .s now loaned to the farmer upon rea- sonable rates upon good agricultural ,. 1 h"-!,l,- SenatorCamdenlnRing of ing Words, Party's Services st short-comin- ZS"." '""" .:, '' '" slip-sho- na-oth- A time-honore- I -- ! , 1 nuni-rous- ,' 1 . ; j j j i! I I I j iPIilllli mUm f gM ' ' I j ht ! ' W BjMirMHi7 trust-fosterfn- I ,J. 1 x- t-- t f . n ti-- m x I n I nie.-isnre- r.-- il co-ii- Chronicle-Te- at-pi- re-it- CASTOR A . ' FT21 w 11 if Fayette County Farm 191410 intel-I'rite- d e tom-tom- . d - ry m : ld ld seven-year-ol- SUBSCRIBE FOR ' &LQgaHy GUARANTEED CURE TliiDtelit.Mr.Parm?r.herE,aremedyforhccholer jal is soiii under a "Lal Guarantee Bond. can you f or.1 to take chances against hoe . The Central Recoil, (jholAna terns? Mrnl ar Hog Ohrtura RMmdy mmtmm Bourbon ever pnt up thatU guaranteed tocure ndprerant known ho?cholwaTS d5e the work better than aany otherguarantee. l All . ... M, ti.i a-i(-- How cholera fnp HOQ 1. r si $1.00 Per Year. uch It did not. It would not be 10M on telling itronz how to aave your hogl. for free booklet "noutBON RBMKDT COMPANY. Lexlrmton. Ky. """" J. 1-- - '. .