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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 5, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914110501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 5, 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 RELlGJOb, UNVARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT 4 TWENTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 5, PREACHING AT MT. TABOR. Rev. W. D. D. Powell, of Louisville, and one of the noted evangelists of the state, will preach at Mt. Tabor next Sunday Morning. The public is cordially invited to attend these services. I 9 14. TO NUMBER 31. WSggz&Z&g&e THE FASHION SHOP. DR.E. C. ?I12DlJrlLinEIS (Ml SPEAR AT BUENA VISTA us two sucl cultured, charming women as those connected with the Fashion t CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL. Shop. They are most painstaking and For courteous in their dealings and we Dr. E. McDougle the ' hope they will receive such a share of prominentC.educators in one ofState most will the patronage they will make Lancaster SPLENDID SHOW. speak at the Buena Vista Consolidated their permanent home. School Saturday night Nov. 14. This The showing of the "Last Days of will be a splendid lecture on Education Wed AN EXHIBITION OF Pompeii," at the Opera House, and everybody is cordially invited to nesday night, was witnessed by a large heaa this splendid gentlemen. reand appreciative audience. Most MMMOTH VEGETABLE. markable was the reproduction of the If any one doubts that Garrard Co.. volcanic eruption of Mt, Vesuvius. The picture was highly colored is the garden spot of Kentucky just making the scenes very beautiful and let them step down to the Record ofMr. R. S. Brown, who recently sold picturesque. The next big feature that fice and get a glimpse of the pondeious his stock of merchandise to Mr. G. M. beets, Mr. Romans will have will be "Zudora" pumpkins, kershaws, sweet Lyons of Paris. Ind., is invoicing this It will be run as a serial picture and is potatoes and turnips in our window. week. We arc glad to welcome Mr. Mr. Nath Bogie has the latest entry of Lyons sure to win the praise of the public. and his family among us and kershaw which tips the beams at fifty wish them success. Mr. Lvons has had three pounds. Mr. J. M. Edwards has sixteen years expirience in the mercan LOYAL TO LANCASTER. the largest sweet potato. Also Mr. tile business and with the good will and Mrs. J. C. Frank in having her paper Walter East brought in the largest trade of his predecessor, he should easily sent to 203 West 94 St, New York has turnip, weight 6 pounds and Mr. J. A. get his share os the business in this this to say; "We are always so inter- Bratton brought one in weighing 5 lbs. line. ested in Lancaster and her dear people, J. A. Agree has brought in a turnip Mr. Lyons and family have rented and the paper will help us to keep in weighing five pounds. L. E. Sherrow thtShugars property on Danville street. touch with them. I never expect to brought in an ear of corn weighing one have the same feeling for any other and three quarters pound. Hiram in a beet weighing people for no one else will ever have Land brought the opportunity to do for me and mine four and a quarter pounds, while Am. Bourne, our auctioneer brought what they have done". ON AT PICTURE SHOW. Mrs. Frank and Miss Jo Hord have us in a head of Cabbage big enough Jto The picture show is offering some jr.one to New York in order that the feed a family on for a week and still novel attractions this week both in the latter may resume her studies under have enough left to make a barrel pictures of our own town babies and her former teacher, Mr. Charles Gran- of kraut. J. E. Robinson is now trying for the amatuer stunts pulled off, such as peaville, who predicts a great future for nut race, money hunt, apple contest etc ter, and has shown he was proud of boobj" prize. ! which are creatingsensations. Several THE BEST KNOW HEATING STOVE MADE her as a pupil by having her name in a prizes are being given away among ORDI partial list of prominent arti3ts who WOULD BE A GOOD m which a real live baby will be given haye studied under him. away tonight (Thursday). Come each Mrs. and Miss Frank are with Mr. NANCE FOR LANCASTER. night and get a coupon, here's vour Ashbrook Frank who has "made good" The necessity for a revival of the chance. Saturday night will close the liil T?orail WAWTYWJ ATtV WhnlocalA in the Insurance business and is the Curfew ordinance, which has been on contest. L'ihK'i'TBarrrPPiyaaa Eastern representative of a large Co. the statute books in Lexington for a arrB)THiBrrHJarrHJBI,0,7HJairrHJefrHJOrRi lISfrtiJEirrHJSgrfctHlgt number of years, but which has Deen permitted to hpse into innocuous HALLOWE'EN EPISODES. We carry at all times a full line of Farm deseutude was brough to the atten The tricks played on our friends we tion of the City Commissioners at their call Machinery and Machine Repairs. regular weekly meeting last week. 1 IZZ DC Exuberance of youth A great many had lodged complaints But when unto our lot they fall. I am now ready with a full with the Juvenile Court as well as with At Graded School. That's different, forsooth. Superintendent M. A. Cassidy, of the No one likes fun and to witness the Lexington city line of schools about their During the coming season, under the "exuberance of youth" more than we children running about on the auspices of the Graded School, five streets do, but wanton distruction is another at night, which had a tendency to im- first class entertainments will be given. thing. The taking off of gates, lead- pair their morals and detract from The first of these attractions will be ing into corn fields and othr fields, the their efficiency at school. given by the world's master magician. use of paint, tearing down of signs and Robert Wassman. Mr. Wassman not other things unprintable and too only presents the best of the standard MAY BE ALL numerous to print should not be LEXINGTON magic acts, such as the great watch tolerated by the officers. Offenders mystery, but he also includes a number YEAR TOBACCO MARKET. of illusions of his own invention and should he found out and punishad. Some iron gates, seats and swings Lexington warehousemen having every minute of his program will be have been carried off and the owners definitely announced, following a meet- filled with enjoyment. For years he are unable to find them or to learn their ing held at the Phoenix Hotel Friday has been one of the most popular maParents, ask your night, that the Lexington tobacco mar- gicians on the Lyceum and Chautauqua whereabouts. children if they have any knowledge of ket would open Tuesday, December 1, platform. He will appear Saturday to offer to the public at these affairs and if they have, see to it interest in the tobacco situation as to night in the Auditorium of the School that another halloween night is observ- condition of the weed, the probable building HALF ITS VALUE. Admission 23. 35 and 50 ed and these things returned before average price at which the market cents for reserved seats. Do not miss the matter is futher investigated. Our town is now fortified. would open and what effect, if any, the it. TOBACCO IN GOOD SHAPE. I must reduce the stock before war situation in Europe would have on Please hand us that $ November 1st, when I give possessthe market has been revived. We believe when the stripping sea- EUROPEAN WAR IN BRIEF. son is fairly on it will be found the It was also discussed but not acted ion. Call in and give me a chance Come to Moores closing out sale. entry of Turkey into the war on upon, that the Lexington market, folThe crop is in much better shape than was to show you some bargains. generally supposed following the week the side of Germany is expected to lowing the close of the loose sales, be A. H.BASTIN SELLS INTEREST IN Things are selling cheap at Moores. Greece, Bulgaria, Roumania made a hogshead market and sales of Considerable house-bur- embroil of heavy rains. TELEPHONE COMPANY Fruits of every variety at Zimmers. tobacco will be found, but the and Italy. tobacco in hogsheads be continued thru The Italian populace is reported to be out the year, making Lexington the proportion will be so small as not to Goes Into Other Business. Clothing sale Saturday at Moore's. seriously affect the average condition crying for Italy to enter the war to largest tobacco market in the world. protect her interests on the Adriatic. Quite a surprise was occasioned among Be careful how jou approach the of the crops. DC 3C 1L Ambassadors from Great Britain, the business interests of the town, East gate. Russia and France have been handed when it was learned that Mr. A. H. Pie suppers are both beneficial and DON'T SWEAR NEAR COWS. their passports by the Sultan. Bastin had sold out his entire holdings Tutkish invasion of Egypt is report- PASSES OFF QUIETLY AND GARRARD profitable. All tne employes, men ana women, ed in London. in the Bastin Telephone Co, to Mr. J. See prices on ladies and ohildrens on a large dairy farm in New Jersey Germany reports that operations in Rolls Up A Good Democratic Majority. W. Creech and others of East Bernstad, have received orders to refrain from Belgium have been rendered difficult the transfer having been made Novem shoes, at Moore's. using harsh language when in proximity One of the most quiet elections ever ber 1st. While Mr. Bastin has dispos. owing to inundation of the country by This fair fall is filling a few with to the cows, it having been discovered destruction of sluices held here was that of last Tuesday, ed of his entire stock and some of the at Nieuport. fishing fever. that rough speech tends to diminish the France claims to have made progress when old Garrard comes up with a stock of others, yet there is more stock milk supply. It has been suggested good democratic majority. still held by local citizens which may The Ladies of the Methodist church that the quality of the milk may be to the north of Souvain. Violent atSenator Beckham polls the the larg- be turned over at the same figure if tacks on the Aisne and in the Argonne 25th. improvedbv playing phonographic will have an exchange November music Forest repulsed. est vote and receives a plurality over they desire. By buying the Bastin into the cows, and that if a man must Russia claims to have made advances Willson, his nearest opponent of 355 terest it gives the new owners complete in, new line Stetson and Swann swear he must swear Just at his wife. Senator Camden's plurality control of all lines operated in London, on the East Prussian front and beyond votes. Hats. Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. In the con- Pittsburg, East BeriiStad, Berea, Paidt the Vistula. over Bullitt being 347. The American liner Kroonland, held gressional race Mr." Helm comes out Lick and Barbourville in fact gives babies dressed as CANNON MOUNTED IN PARR The up by British authorities, is reported to with flving colors, carrying the county them an open line from Middlesboro to Morn" received hearty applause at the The cannon secured for our town be discharging her cargo at Gibraltar. over his Republican opponent, Spilman, Lexington. of Mr. Robert Cornn, show. picture through the interest and influence of London has failed to reply to America's by a plurality of 361 votes. The Bull London and former manager of the Moose party in this county appears, telephone system there, as well as Clean up your leaves, clean up vour the late Senator Bradley has, at last, protest. from the returns, to be on the wane. President of the Barboursville exchange gardens of decaying vegetables, help been mounted in the center of our judging from the vote of their local will be manager in charge here, he havpublic park. It points toward the to make a town beautiful. candidate, Mr. J. F. Holtzclaw, who ing assumed those duties last Monday east gate of the proud capital city of Our heavy Corduroy and Whip-Cor- d Garrard. Its looks, for all the world, Mr. John Walter, one of Garrard's fell behind Spilman in the county near- morning. Until he becomes familiar Best you can get for like a real live chnnon and we feel best known and most highly respected ly two hundred votes. suits are in. with. the office, Mr. Holbert Bastin will d The bond issue carried by a winter, and hard wear. fortified and strengthened by its pres- citizens, passed peacefully away Wedassist him for a few weeks. Mr. Cornn Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. ence. nesday afternoon at hi3 home on Lex- -' majority of 44, the total votes for. informs us that quite a number of imbeing lli0 to 501 against the issue. Senator Bradley will ever be grate- - ington street. provements will be done over the entire Lock at the vegetables adorning the iuny remembered Dy it, proving as it Death was due to ills incident to a The total vote in the county being, system, the open vire will be abandonWho said we does, that we were always window? Record office Willson 657, Vance 424, first in his complication of troubles. ed and a cable will be used instead. His death Beckham 1012, were going to starve to death this win- thoughts. AT OPERA HOUSED was not a surprise, for the last few Camden 995, Bullitt 648, Nicholas 427, This will he one step towards better ter? That pumpkin is enough to keep years he has been practically an inval Helm 999, Spilman 638. Holtzclaw 438. service and a source of gratification to us alive until spring. the public. MILLIONS TO AID STARVING id, and for several months his frail life Mr. A. H. Bastin, the retiring prehas been hanging as by a thread. The Mr Wilkerson continues to handle This great serial picture has attracted worldThe Rockefeller foundation has de- members of his family have been consident, came here from Crab Orchard, the meat ax with as much ease and termined to employ its immense re- stantly at his bedside, but all that a year 1899, and purchased the exin the grace as the debutant handles her feet wide attention It is being shown in the larchange from Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, which at a tango dance. Did you see that sources for the relief of noncombatants devoted wife, loving children and the gest theaters also being run as a serial story at that time had only sixty patrons. At window he decorated with choice roasts in me countries amictea Dy tne war, best medical aid could do were of no present about 500 phones are in use. house, fresh sausage and the and stands ready to give "million if avail. Control Over Congress But Majority porter in the foremost newspapers of America. While retiring from the telephone Mr. Walter was born in Jessamine like? He is an artist when it comes to dollars if neccessary." for the purpose Lessens. business, Mr. Bastin announces that window decorating and he knows how This was announced by John D. Rocke County. Apr. 7th 1843. and was in his feller. Jr., president of the foundation. 72nd year. he will not leave Lancaster, but will at to appeal to the inner man. Democratic party will have In pursuance of this philanthropy, tie was aevoiea to nis iamuy, a That thethe next Congress is assured once engage in other business. He ex pects to open up a lumber yard ai d Hon. William Jennings Price, now the foundation will send a commission faithful friend and kind neighbor, and control of replaning mill in the near future, as U. S. Minister to Panama, arrived in to Europe in a few days to report first all who knew him testify to his high for another two yeara although the Danville Saturday night for a brief hand as to how, when and where aid moral character, honesty and integrity. sult of Tuesday's election has reduced well as do contract work. Mr. Hois the work of the ever faithful 'Jones in the quite little. riat to bis parents and many friends can be rendered most effectively. At Mr. Walter was married Felruaiy that majority the 163a majority Returns lbert Bastin will be associated with him will be indicate that daring and dangerous plots so cleverly planMr. Price is a cost of $275,000 it already Jhas char 27th 1870 to Miss Mary Mersbon, and in his new enterprise, and will be under in bis old home town. New below the 100 mark. the picture of health, in fact, his phy- tered a ship and loaded lit with 4,000 she, together with the following child- reduced Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, the firm name of A. H. Bastin and Son. ned by the "Black Gang." Mr. Bastin asks us to thank the good sical condition is better than before tons of provisions for the relief of the ren survive him; Mrs.' John Barton of YorK, Connetticut, give large people of Garrard for their support and III, Mr. Sam Walter of Port New Jersey and The climate agrees starving Belgians. Sublette leaving home. "This action is taken." Mr. Rocke- land Oregon. Messrs Gabe and John republican majorities. patience while in business and that his with him in every way. and is quite enKentucky gives J. C. W. Beckham a successor my be granted the same prifeller says, "as a natural step in ful- Walter and Misses Mamie and Ethel joyable. Messenger. "Rilr-nc- . A A majority ot nearly 40,000 and Senator vilege. It will be a source of gratificr- filling the chartered purposes of the Walter of Lancaster. rLXXX T Camden's majority in even larger. The tion to the many friends of Mr. Bastin Kg sale every day next week at foundation, namely wto promote the The funeral will be conducted by Eld. of mankind throughout the F. M. Tinder followed by interment in eleven congressional districts through and Holbert to knpw that such enterMoore's. deworld.' " prising and business men as these will the Lancaster cemetery, this (Thursday) out the state is unchanged, nine For Sale: Two Harley-David- son mocrats and two republicans being not leave our midst. afternoon. work-shoe- s, Good strong line high Motor Cycles 1913 Models. First;cjass elected. The latter two are Caleb s, tops, and just received. Come to the closing out sale at Remember the "Million Dollar Mys- Powers from. the- - 11th and John W. condition. Apply "or write. ' Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. tery Friday night. Stormes Drug Store. Moores. Langley from the 10th district It is indeed a pleasure to have with See us for your We Are Headquarters Roofing, and HEATING STOVES INVOicTNGlTOCK. Guttering? METAL NOVEL FEATURES WORK. All mds ot repairing q uick- ly done. ...r; Haselden Bros. aH HIGH CLASS ATTRACTIONS pi ::" i D tr LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS 7ifillinerij CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. vCadies Suits and Coats RETIRES nt R. S Brown. ELECTION :c The 12th. Episode of MILLION THE DOLLAR WALTER. YSTERY two-thir- Friday Night, Nov, 6th DEMOCRACY RETAINS SUPREME Hiadred "Rior welf-befn- g low-top- Admission: 5 C& 10 cents, f iijWwimrrifirjiiim armrjiinrirumjuf 8Sj Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Nov 5 1914. The readers of this paper will b pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all Its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blooo and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in Us curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & COvToledo. O. Sold by all Druggiats. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. $100 Reward, $100 FOR HEAD COLDS OR ANY CATARRH ILL' Surely use Hyomei; it quickly clears the head, stops the disagreeable nasal discharges, soothes and heals the inflamed lining of the air passages you feel better at once. When your nostrils are clogged you suffer with dull deadaches. or have thot constant frog in the throat. Hyomei is the remedy that will give the quickest, most effective and lasting relief possible it goes right to the cause of the trouble and quickly ends your misery. You simply breath Hyomei using the small inhaler that comes with every complete outfit. Hyomei immediately reaches all the raw and inflamed tissues lining the nose and throat driving out the poison- our secretion and healing the sore spots dull headaches vanish you breathe freely. Even the worst cases respond quickly. It is impossible to use Hyomei and not be immediately benefited Hvomei can be had from R. E. McRoberts and is very inexpensive. - JUDGE FOR YOURSELF Which is Better Try an Experiment j PUBLIC will on SALE. JERSEY or Having decided to quit farming, Profit by a Lancaster Gtizen's ' at Experience. 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. 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 Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & & ft. H. Bastin. HAMILTON AVE, Beattyville, Lexington Cincinnati. Middlesboro &. Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Lancaster, Ky. PRESSING,.'?? fflsr. ' Green, and at Bardstown Junction Bardstown & Springfield. . ! ' to No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting train to Bristol & Atlanta. with fast Is Dur Business But but we make no claim of making new Men out of old ones by pressing out lounty Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford. 2nd.Monday. Shelbyville. 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Honda; . Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. their joints and other deformites. we can make your The undersigned hereby g've warning to all persons not to trespass upon i our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful est extent of the law Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. P.. L. Elkin. by our of Cleaning G. W. Elan:. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney and Pressing them. This will addgreat- W. G. Anderson John M. Farra A J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. to your personal appearance. S. C. Henderson, B. M. Lear. tria will convince you. W. S. Embry A. J. Caddell, H. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie I). Gill. Sarah J. L. Hackley. J as. G. Conn. S. L. Rich. W. B. Ray. Henry Moore. J. C. Morgan. We will add other names for 25 cents j cash. LOUIS FAULKNER. Mgr. Phone 230. Official Directory Of Garrard County. Old Clothes POSTED Look i Like New Ones Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co ! L'irt'llit JlMf.'r Hull. ('Hnnt'- -. IlarJin. C'ommoiiUi'Hltl Attorney Hon Ktninel Vur ' It. Maroii. V. II. Brown 1'. Koulu-- o Tru'tei Jnr Fuml Otlicial Citirt Steiiuj:ral:ir Ml-- s -- 'if Ma-t- vr enr. Circuit ClerL Willimn ConiinU-iuner NSURE Your Mie'bj Mh-o- " County Jiiilpe a. Arnold. County Attorney (,. C. Walker. County Clerk J. . Hamilton. iJeimtj :ltrL Harry Tom!iii?on. A. Jiiihi-- . I'oruutr-- J. riueriiT ('. A. Kobm-ni- i. Ueputj ."l.erill ut ore.- - T. Ilallanl. ACCO against SuperlutemlHiit Kirs. Assessor Deputy Ae--o- rehool. Munier-- . K. H. K.i. !! Jennie Hlg Jailer !ae lae Iloads tuperi-.oof Hocr Cleveland Bourn? Treasurer J. ' V. Klnioie. MAUIsTIIATKs Hail, Now It .'lid. l)it. Johtite. llilm :trd.Iit. Jaine Coliliron 4tli. HUt. k N. While Losan Imiii Dit. - Arnold. costs no more to Tliomp-UvMurtrj Jr. it. IiUt. 2ml. l J. protect it from the jThomiUriulruii. 3rd.Mi. Iiist. I. Kin?. CITY start, than to wait Mayor I.. H. OP City later on in the season. City Jimue J. I.J. I'ratlier. K. Attorney F.H. Hurt. Insure it with City AeiorJolm M. Mount. ( coi'xtv i:o.u:t of kwcatioi' li-t. Ili-- t. K. O. I.ANCA.-TE- K. UaMi-o- u. UoMc-o- t! Cltyt'1-r- k F. P. Frisbie Office City Treasurer W. K. Ciiamp. Chief I'oiice I. E. llerrou. COl'NX'II.MKN Parker (iregory. W. M. Zauone. I I J. Dr. at Citizens National Bank, Lancaster, Ky. J. Ualtou Sam Cotton. 11. A. Anion. W. O. Gocxilne Engraved Visiting Card Are You A Neatly THE a Woman ? Is i! FM proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. Cardul F4 The Woman's Tonic Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS Something new is an experiment. Must be proved to be as represented. The statement of a manufacturer is not convincing proof or merit. But the endorsement of friends is. Now supposing you had a bad back, A lame, weak, or aching one. Would you experiment on it? You will read of many cures. Endorsed by strangers from far away places. It't different when the endorsement comes from home. Easy to prove local testimony. Read this Lancaster case: C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard St.. Lancaster, Ky., says: "Nearly every spring I use Doan's Kidney Pills so as to keep me in good dealth. During the Terms made known on day of sale. winter, colds settle on my back and W. H. EVANS, Buena Vista.Ky. cause pains through my kidneys Doan's Kidney Pill stop the pains and A. T. Scott. Auctioneer. L'KUAUHEItSVlLLK. my kidneys become normal." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim-pi- y Mrs- - E. Foley is indisposed. Doan's ask for a kidney remedy-ge- t Mr. Frank Miller has chickenpox. Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Co., Mrs. Lydia Rigsby continues quite ill Brummett had. Foster-Milbur- n Miss Ellen Blankenship has been in- Props., Buffalo. N. Y. disposed. Master Clarence Anderson in ill with STARS IN THE UNIVERSE. a bruised knee. i Hrjm.t.iiri,niCfr--4trm!f-Mr. Logan Thompson attended court Enough to Allow One For Every hu- ffx.jsnisiijmr er fz man Being on Earth. at Richmond. !VKK "B TT VfS-Bi'For years the approvim.-itmmibcr ot Miss Nell Newland visited Mr. and stars visible to the e.ve. a inaitei of Mrs. R. P. White. 3.000 or 4.000. aicoidiim to Hit- - dolini-tiui- i There will be several weddings here ot average vision. Ii.is been known. Hereford Bull by Xmas anyway. By niot ier.ous. However, and by SEASON 1914. tin- - total niittilier ot Mr. and Mrs. William Nay lor, of near many eieiiti-ta- . "stars in the heavens lias been conStanford visited relatives here. sidered couutless, lr not liuiitiet.s. The Mr. Charles Naylor, of Corbin, is universe i. now declared to be Unite, Two miles from Lancaster on the visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Naylor. yet of a luagiiitR-eiu-of ditneusioiis Richmond pike. Services at the Methodist church and ot a populuiiMie.sa far beyond all R. E. Saturday night. Sunday and Sunday earlier conceptions. This- assumption is si result ot very reeeut Investigations night. into the motions and distances ot the Mr. Weller Pettus and family, of stars.. his mother, Mrs. RebecHubble, visited on the subject of The latest ca Pettus. the number as well as the lii;ht or the Mrs. Logan Thompson and little son, stars have been made at the royal obEugene, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. J. servatory at Greenwich. Knland. The late i'rankliu Adams succeeded in makThompson. take chances with ing a set ol 200 photographs covering your fowls? Mrs. Nannie Ray and daughter. Miss the entire sky. After counts were Bourbon Poultry Cure Jennie, were visiting Mrs. J. J. Thomp- made on these pictures, from which the Is absolute and quick dcEtil to the ctrnis of roup, colds and son Thursday. brightness of the self luminous bodies other infectious diseases. A few drops In the drinkics wat;r between practically the twelfth and Miss Tana Thompson, of Crab Orkills the disease rerms and pre seventeenth magnitudes could be inchard, visited the Misses McAlist-rovents sickness. OneJOc bof'j makes 12 srallons of medicine. ferred. It was concluded that they Drake's Creek. At drugeists, or by mail, postrecorded about 55.000.000 stars. paid. Valuable poultry book Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams, of free. From this a formula was determined a QCriBON EEHrDY CO.. ILancaster visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. showing the change of number in Cummins Sunday. passing from one magnitude to anMr. George Naylor is visiting Mr. other. With these figures it was reaand Mrs. Tim Naylor. He has spent soned that the aggregate number of stars is not less than 1,000,000.000. some time at Corbin. probably not more than 2,000,000.000. Miss May Rigsby, of Sweeney, was and probably approximately 1.000,000.-00the attractive guest of Misses Carrie the estimated present population of the earth. and Grace Anderson Sunday. In making computations it was InAir. Troy Duvall and Misses Violet ferred that there would be as many Smith and Zula Naylor visited Mr. and stars fainter than magnitude twenty-thre- e Mrs. William Naylor near Stanford. or twenty-fou- r as there are Should be Engraved or From September Popular Prof. Cyrus Johnson preached at brighter. Embossed nowadays. Beazley's school house Sunday after- Mechanics Magazine. noon. Rev. Mr. Brummett preached It reflects good taste and KILL LOBSTERS KINDLY. at night. at once creates a favorable Ere these few lines shall have been impression. read the battle of the ballots will have Put Them In Cold Water and Slowly Bring Them to a Boil. We hope to see our been fought. Boiling over a slow fire is the hapSuppose you come and see progressive party win, failing this, piest death a lobster can meet, so it may we get second place. We win in has been determined at the Jersey mathe many beautiful samples 1916, judging present outlook. rine biological station. The experiwe have and get our prices. Rev. J. M. Rogers tilled his appoint- ments were carried out by Joseph Sine), a well known biologist, for the 'I HE ment Saturday and Sunday at the BapIsle of Jersey Society For the Preventist church. Several who pay but Cruelty to Animals, whose memslight attention to pulpit announce- tion of bers associated the prevalent method anments, had forgotten the services ot killing lobsters with medieval tornounced, failed to attend, and by ture. advising others to do so, the crowds Lobsters, says Mr. Sinel. are exwere not as large as common. tremely difficult to kill. Piercing the Some thoughtless person, evidently brain does not seem to cause the lobPoliceman on the Job. annoyance, Nervous Lady (in whose street there of immature mind, not able to discern ster more than temporary his brain is a mere nerve ganhave been several burglaries) "How between harmless Hallowe'en pastime since glion the size ot a hemp seed. lie has often do you policemen come down and reckless, criminal disregard for the to be killed all over. To throw him rights of others, on Friday night last. into boiling water fails to do the work this road? I'm constantly about, but I never see you." Policeman "Ah, anticipating the occasion twenty-fou- r either mercifully or quickly since he very likely I sees you when you don't hours previous to schedule time, cut struggles violently to escape for about see me, mum. It's a policeman's busiThe two minutes. several mischievious capers. ness to secrete 'isself." Punch. The pleasantest way to end a lobprincipal sufferer from their pranks was Mr. J. M. Cress. A gate to his ster's troubles. Mr. Sinel finds, is the pasture fronting the pike was carried old fashioned way of placing him in cold water and brinsing him to n boil. off and placed in Mr. W. H. Cummins HER FRIENDS As the water warms he becomes lazy NOW scales lot. A large drove of cattle and rolls over as for a sleep. By the brought in the day before from qnite a time the water reaches the comparadistance, escaped in the night and tively mild temperature of 70 degrees HARDLY KNOW HER wandered oft". Late Saturday he 'ound Fahrenheit he becomes comatose. At them near Ottenheim. As Mr. Cress SO degrees he is dead. To use a huwas returning with the cattle, he called man Illustration, the biologist says it for his wife .and children, who were is like a person succumbing to a heat But This Does Not Bother Mrs, visiting in Preachersville. Seeing the wave, with loss of consciousness and the Burton, Under gate he got out of the buggy and car- a painless end. London Cor New York Circumstances. Post ried the gate back in its place a short distance while his wife drove on ahead Houston, Texas. In an interesting through this open gate and the buggy letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton YOUR HAIR NEEDS wheel struck one of the posts throwing writes as follows : "I think it is my duty Mrs. Cress and the baby out. The buggy wheels ran over the good wonun PARISIAN SAGE to tell you what your medicine, Cardui, and narrowly missed the baby. Luckily the woman's tonic, has done for me. they both escaped with only minor It Quickly Removes Dandruff, Stops Falling I was down sick with womanly trouble, bruises, but had a narrow escape. and my mother advised several different Hair and Scalp Itch. Then besides with all the trouble to treatments, but they didn't seem to do get his cattle back together again, the me any good. I lingered along for three If your hair is full of dandruff, thin, or four months, and for three weeks, J car for their shipment had to stand still on the tracks, but costing good money streaky, dull and never will do up to was in bed, so sick I couldn't bear for in the meantime. Work, expense, and look pretty, you canalmostimmediately any one to walk across the floor. nearly an accident, all from a thought- remove the cause making it beautiful, My husband advised me to try Cardui, thick and fluffy by the use of Parisian the woman's tonic. I have taken two less boyish prank. Sage, one of the most helpful and in- bottles of Cardui, am feeling fine, gained vigorating hair and scalp tonic known.' 15 pounds and do all of my housework. Best Cough Medicine for Children. Parisian Sage notonlysaves your hair Friends hardly know me, I am so well." "Three years ago when I was living but stimulates the hair roots and furIf you suffer from any of the ailments in Pittsburgh one of my children had a nishes the nourishment needed to mak so common to women, don't allow the hard cold and couched dreadfully. Uc- - it grow long, aDundant and radiant with trouble to become chronic. Begin taking on the advice of a druggist I purchased life. Just one application removes Cardui y. It is purely vegetable, a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy every track of dandruff and stops scalp its ingredients acting in a gentle, natural and it benefited him at once. I find It itch yo jr hair becomes soft and fluffy way on the weakened womanly constituthe best cough medicine for children be- with an incomparable gloss, beauty and tion. You run no risk in trying Cardui. They do charm. cause it is pleasant to take. It has been helping weak women back to not object to taking in," writes Mrs. You cannot be disappointed with this health and strength for more than 50 Lafayette Tuck, Horner City. Pa. This harmless and delicately perfumed tonic years. It will help you. At all dealers. remedy contains no opium or other for there is nothing so good for your Write to: Chatunooza Medicine Co.. Ladles' narcotic, and may be given to a child hair. It it easily applied at home and Advisory Dcpt.. Chaiunooja. Tenn.. for Special Home book. Initructiont confidently as to an adult Sold by costs but a trifle from R. E. McRoberts Imtmcot far on your case and plain wrapper. E69-as Women." sent in or any drug counter. all dealers. ha.-row- WEDNESDAY. NOV. 11 1914, 10 o'clock, sell at public auction on i the farm where I now reside, 3J miles north of Buena Vista, the following described property to wit; 1 five year old bay horse, 3 work mules, 3 brood mares, 2 jerses' milk lb hogs, cows, 5 sows and pigs, lb hogs, 1 male hog, I wagon, 1 binder, 2 mowers, 1 Hoosier corn planter, 1 hay press, 1 buggy and harness, s 1 surrey and harness, 2 cutting 2 drag harrows, 6 double shovels, 2 single shovels, 1 hay frame, 1 tobacco frame, 2 sets of wagon gear; C sets of plow gear. 1 corn sheller, 1 sef. of horse and sheep shears, 1 cultivator. 8 acres of tobacco in barn, 10 tons of hay and oates in bale; 20 barrels of corn in heap; lot of tobacco canvass, some Household and Kitchen furniture. ana otner tnings to numerous to men Saye your tires. Ride in comfort. We'll pump you up at any time. Uoesn t cost a cent. That's not the only thing we give away free. We give better service at lower prices than any other garage in this section. wrm&xmmA The extra attention and the cut in price are free to you. Cars of all makes repaired. Cars cleaned. Cars rented. Cars stored. Cars sold. Registered Service $2.00 Cash. HENRY. F. L. CONN'S GARAGE- Lexington Street. - Lancaster, Ky. leii-Jtt- -. 0. Personal Stationery i EVERY FARMER SHOULD 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. Central Record. International Harvester Manure Spreaders TnelHCLine GRAIN AND HAY MACHINES Kaicrt, Reapers Hatdert. Mower INTERNATIONAL a score of good An I H C spreader is low enough for easy loading, yet it has plenty of clearance underneath. The rear axle is well under the load, rear wheels have wide Han-este- r Rake. Stacker Ha? Li a den liar Preises CORN features in their construction. Each one is the result of careful field experiment. Platters, Binder. CoitfraUri Eutlaxe Catteri Skelters. Skredoen TILUGE Pef , Sprinc-Taotand Dkk Harrnra CaJtiratftrf MACHINES Pic ken 03 aad Oil Timbers Tractors Maaare Spreaders Crtaa Separatees Farm Wagaas Motar Tracka GENERAL LINE Caa Enfiaei Grain DriCs Feed Criaders Kaif a Criaders BtiderTwiu lugs, insuring good traction unrims and der all conditions. Frame, wheels, and all driving parts are of steel. Apron tension is adjusted by a simple device. Winding of the beater is prevented by large diameter, and beater teetb,are strong, square and International manure spreaders are built in several styles and sizes, low or high, endless or return apron, for small farms or large. Examination will show sturdiness of construction in every detail. Repairs, if ever needed, may always be had of the local dealer. Examine International spreaders at the dealer's. We will tell you who sells them, and we will send you interesting catalogues. chisel-pointe- V r International Harvester Company of America Now Albany CbiapiM Detraz llacorsorueiU Ind. MHwinkee Cikorne PUao BlcCorauck mil to-da- SUBSCRIBE FOR The Central Recoil, B $1.00 Per Year. t - Tv ', ,Vo The Central Record, Thursday Nov 5, 1914. KENTUCKY MAN TELLS HOW MAYR STOMACH REMEDY RESTORED WIFE Mrs. W. H. Clarke Is Relieved After In all Years ot Digestive Disorders. T Page 3 LIVE STOCK HUSBANDRY Mr. Nemo By i i ! "Moore's Air Tight Heater" Greatest Heater of the Present Age This Stove is to be demonstrated on the street in front of our store by a representative of the Moore Brothers Manufacturing Co., i Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy clears the digestive tract of mucoid accretions and removes poisonous matter. It brings swift relief to sufferers from ailments of the stomach, liver and bowels. Many declare it has saved them from dangerous operations and many are sure it has saved their lives. We want all people who have chronic stomach trouble or constipation, no matter of how long standing, to try one dose of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy-on- e dose will convince you. This is the medicine so many of our people have been taking with surprising results. The most thorough system cleanser ever sold. Mayr's Wonderful remedy." Stomach Remedy is now sold here by Letters like that are written by users R. E. McRoberts and druggists of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Kemedy Mrs. W. H. Clarke of Central City, Ky., for many years suffered from disorders of the stomach. She tried many treatments with but little encouragement. Mr. Clarke induced her to try Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy. She tot results right away. Then he wrote: "The medicine has done my wife a world of good, and I feel that it will cure her. I intend to keep on until she is completely cured, as you have been doing her more good than anv one has ever done her, and she has been suffering with her stomach for years. I am glad I was told of your parts of the country. its merit with the first dose treatment. It no proves long EUNICE BLAKE WINTER Freedom SHEEP SHELTER. From Drafts and Dampness the Main Consideration. The shepherd who Is wise enough to be prepared for wet wintry days and cold winter nights does not dread loss- es from pneumonia and the mortality in the lambing season of next February and March that will come from breeding ewes that have been weakened by exposure, says a Kansas flock-maste- r. 1 Pour Stronff Points Good Wheat. 1 m jjj It does not matter whether the sheds used by the sheep are so very warm or not, but they must not be so open that the wind can whistle through them, though there must be plenty of ventilation. Plenty of light and ventilation and freedom from drafts are the main considerations. The warmth St the shed Is less important than the necessity of a good, sound roof. Do not put more than fifty sheep In a single shed. More than that number will be hard to manage, and the chances of accidents among ewes with Iamb will be greatly Increased. The shed ought to be about twice as long Clean Milling. & No Blend. mm ustMoiMcroiuV mffimm I No Bleach. jivx3 mSilt LwV3Ui ;&f23iJ? " If Bleached and Blended Flour questions your health, why take a chance? Use w IKi GLEN LILY and be safe. I Garrard Milling Go. i The Dorset sheep is of unmixed ancestry, one of the oldest breeds of sheep. Both sexes have horns. The rams weigh from 171 to 2J0 pounds; ewes from 123 to ISO. Dorset wool Is strong and coarse, well "liked because of Its whiteness. The Dorset ewes are among the best of mothers and are very prolific. If a shepherd Is In the hothouse lamb business he cannot well get along without Dorset blond. The champion Dorset ram at this year's Wisconsin state fair Is here Illustrated. IX Asthm torn or VUfUBSr Amur WASHINGTON DALS Pennsylvania Avenue, at 18th & H. Sts. I RATES: I n.- l1' ""liisSiKl s?rSH?3' IHK, Bltltklf tilt ,?1.50. J2.00 up. virvsys. .,' rSiVJinM X8SS, Print Bill $2.50, $3.00 up. as it is wide and there should be ample room for every animal to lie down Inside its doors without the appearance of crowding the place. The floor must, of course, be absolutely dry and remain that way. The feeding rack should be placed on one side of the shed and should consist of a flat bottomed trough at the bottom, surmounted by a well built rack, made of slats nailed about three Inches apart. Put It out far enough from the side wall so that the ewes may feed at it from both sides. Where the space is not great enough to allow the rack to be built out from the wail so sheep can feed from both sides, the bottom of the rack will have to be built slanting enough to slide all the grain, hay, chaff, trashy bits of forage and leaves, down to the side where the sheep are feeding. This will keep the far side of the rack from filling up with moldy feed. Unless the ceiling is made very tight. It Is a bad practice to store feed over a shed room occupied by sheep, as the seeds and chaff will sift down through to where the sheep are feeling or lying and help to spoil the quality of the wool. When Tim Bradford married Clin Strong they were both young, and foolish. Tim was the foolish one. and there was no for lilui beyears old. an cause he was twenty-fiv- e age when if a man is ever going to haw any sense it will surely have appeared. Ella was barely eighteen and looked to Tim for guidance. Tim was a good looking chap and found conquests of empty headed girls quite easy. The consequence was that be was fond of that kind of amusement, lie was a very deep thinker In his own opinion and his thoughts took shape to serve his desires. When he became engaged to Ella Strong he propounded a new Idea that Is. new to her, though It was becoming quite fashionable. It was that a married couple should have a great deal of liberty and be married only so long as they were satisfied with each other This didn't trouble Ella, because she didn't wish any liberty, and she had perfect confidence In Tim's love for her. For several years after they were married Tim let other women alone, devoting himself to his wife and a couple of children. Then he renewed his flirtations. Ella by this time was twenty-thre- e years old. If a man is expected to a womhave any bense at twenty-fiv- e an certainly should have gained some wisdom by twenty-threElla's complaisance to Tim's theories had vanished. She didn't mind his flirtations so long as they were scattered, but when his name began to be connected with that of another woman to his wife's mortification she objected very seriously. But she said nothing to Tim about It. She had grown sufficiently experienced to know that when a husband or a wife begins to find fault through jealousy the matrimonial situation is In a very serious condition. Not every woman of twenty-thre- e would realize that, but Ella did. One day Tim received an anonymous note which warned him that his wife was maintaining a correspondence with a certain friend of his. The writer, who was evidently a woman, said that she disliked very much to tell tales, but she could not bear to see i husband and father so abominably treated. His wife was deceiving him. She hoped that her information would be in time to enable him to prevent the breaking up of his home on account of his Innocent children. If on no other. This was a terrible blow to Bradford. His wife had shown no objection to his attentions to any other women, not even the one who bad occasioned the talk. He bad sometimes wondered at this, but attributed it largely to the fact that when they were married it bad been understood that both he and Ella should have a great deal of liberty. He had bad his liberty, and now his wife was taking hers with a vengeance. The anonymous note he had received had come to blin by an afternoon mall :it bis office. He hurried home, to find tils wife in the hall, as usual, for the connubial kiss. She put up her lips, but instead of meeting them with his he drew back with a thundercloud on om-wa- s e. Saturday, Nov 7th After the demonstration THIS STOVE WILL BE GIVEN AWAY. you would like to have the stove call at our office and we will explain to you the plan of how we expect to give it away. If You should not fail to see this stove demonstrated, as it will teach you something about how to economize in heating your home. We will begtn the demonstration at 7 a. m. and it will continue until 3 p. m., at which time the stove will be GIVEN AWAY! ft. F.Wheeler Furniture Co East Main Street, Danville, Ky. MI-O-N- A QUICKLY ENDS INDIGESTION Eat Your Favorite Food and Never Fear After-Distres- s. Wall Paper We have in stock this season a full line of his brow. OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palm. Court, HOGS IN WINTER. Indian Grill Room, Tea Room 'Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. ' 'MOT-X0X- ( 1 'j,a&HXXXXXJ 1 Automobile I S 1 3 S 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 Porkers Need Comfortable Quarters to Make Profit on Feed. The profit in growing pigs for market depends iargely on the price of their food, spys a New York farmer In American Agriculturist The feeder who depends on buying grain and mill feeds In the open market this winter (s up against u hard proposition. It will require strict economy and careful attention to raise and fatten without a serious loss until his clover fields show sufficiently to have them upon. Corn at 83 cents and feed at $33 are ut of proportion to $k bogs. The farmer who lias silage, roots, llfalfa and dairy products can carry through the winter a herd of brood sows and store shotes economically provided he has good, dry sleeping quarters and plenty of fresh water. One cannot succeed without pure wa ter, exercise and a dry, comfortable bed. "Read that," he said, handing her the note he had received. Ella read the note and said: "As for this. I am above making a reply to anonymous accusations or to bits of information given jou concerning me hy any one. But in this case that is of no importance, because what this woman says I admit. But I am surprised that you hould take any notice of it. for It Is perfectly understood between us that we were both to have every liberty in such matters." "But" What 'buts' are then? Have I ever fiimplalned of any of your affaires de "But mine were innocent, I am a man; you are a woman and the mother f children." "1 consider myself as well able to flirt Innocently as you are." "But the world" "What is the world to me beside my own conscience? Besides, the world is throwing off Its antiquated morality. The time is coming when this matter of marriage will not be riveted chains, litit n daisy chain, to le broken without a tussle." "For heaven's sake. Ella, where did vou pick up such nonsense?" "1 learned It from you." "Then unlearn It from me. It's rot." "And leave yon to practice It?" "I? No; my flirtations are of no consequence In comparison to our family comfort and happiness." "Then you will cease them?" "Certainly, if you object to them." "Very well. I will cease mine till 1 ee that you have begun again; then 1 will begin anew." But Tim never began again. He was completely cured. He soon Insisted that he and his wife should give up society In order that they might the bet ter enjoy their home "By the bye. Ella, who was the fellow that I was warned of In the anonymous note to look out for?" "Mr. Nemo." Colng to her desk, she unlocked a il rawer, took out a paper and banded It io him. It was the 'original of the anonymous note. She had written It herself. "You're a Jim dandy!" he exclaimed, folding her In his arms. There is a way for you to eat what ever your stomach craves. Many will say "How I wish 1 couiu dui i nave tried and every time it nearly kills me." The real trouble is that people who suffer the untold agony of indigestion do not realize that the stomach has a lot of work to perform in digesting the food and if crowded with extra labor it rebals and kick3 up a fearful disturbance. a simple and inexpensive nrescriDtion. easily obtained from R. E. McRoberts drug store, will quickly and effectively stop this disturbance or money refunded. It not only increases the flow of digestive juices, but surely and safely builds up and strengthens the stomach walls so that what you eat is cared for as nature intended. It's needless for you to suffer with heartburn, biliousness, sour, gassy or upset stomach, for tablets surely give prompt and lasting relief and perfectly harmless. Mi-o-n- a, Mi-o-- IMPORTED OATMEALS besides the ordinary papers we are carrying. McBotats Drug1 Store K iiii! s y A TRAINING . RICHMOND, KY. to ij il SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS PAINT LICK. Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools ot Kentucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, ncv manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped pymnasinni. Domestic Science. First Term begins September 7. Second Term November 1G. Third Term 25. Fourth Term April 5. Summer School opens January June 14. Catalogue Free. Jf ,;. CRAIinE. rmldent. ieurs?" s When in Lexington why not stop at a Garage where i $ prompt and satisfactory 1 s services are rendered. I I i Silage For Steers. Experiments at several stations the past five years have proved be- rrond question the value and economy )f corn silage in the ration for fatten-n- g steers. Silage fed steers have made '.he heaviest and cheapest gains, have ittained the highest finish during the .'eeding period and have sold for the nost money on the market. In five trials at the Indiana experiment .tation steers with silage an important H art of their feed have shown an aver-ige advantage of about S7.50 per head . tver those finished on dry feed. Training the Colt. During the first winter. If It has not jocn done before, is a good time to .each the colt to lead. A snug fitting latter and a cord loop around his back lbs run between the fore legs and .hrough the baiter ring seldom falls to :eep him coming the right way. Young olts are easily strained. This makes ;entleness and patience more impera-:Iv- e than with older horses. Again, .lose association between caretaker tnd foal la always mutually profitable. Ingeraoll on Life and Death. Life 1b a narrow vale between the cold and barren peaks of two eternities. We strive In vain to look beyond the heights. We cry aloud and fhe only answer is the echo of our walling cry. From the voiceless lips of the unreplyrng dead there comes no word; but in the night of deatn hope sees a star and listening love can hear the rustle of a wing. R. G. IngereolL '' s i a i i 1 I S3 prices are reasonable. s 1 .1 Central 135-1- 38 Motor Car Co. South Limestone. 1 Lexington, - - Kentucky. s s . Plant Improvement, In the case of many species of plants, as wheat, flax, carnations and sugar beets, scientific breeders have already devised effective plans for fer reting out individuals with rare breed tag ability along desired lines, and for thus creating new types or improving existing forms by using the subtle forces of heredity. Miss Eliza Rucker was a visitor in Richmond recently. Mrs. T. R. Slavin was hostess at an elaborate dining on Friday. Mrs. R. N. Beazley entertained a number of friends at a dining Friday. Mrs. E. C. Cochran of Livingston visited Miss Eliza Rucker the past week Miss Delia Tinder of Lancaster, was the guest of Mrs. A. B. Estridge Sat urday and Sunday. Mr. Walker Reynolds of Tyner Ky was the week end guest of his brother Mr. G. M. Treadway. Messrs Hubert and Hume Griggs of Richmond were week end guests of Mr and Mrs. I. C. Rucker. Misses Jane and Mary Doty of Lan caster were the guests of Mrs. R. J. Walker the past week. Misses Margaret Cook and Minnie May Robinson of Lancaster were week end guests of Miss Mary May Walker. Messrs Charles Hamilton and Paul Griggs of Tucumcari. Mexico were guests of Mr. I. C. Rucker and family the past week. Kev. J. V. Logan who conducted a series of meetings at Old Paint Lick church returned Thursday to his home in Middlesboro Ky. Dr. and Mrs. Burdett Ramsey, who have been spending several months with their daughter in Stanford, re turned Monday to spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Ramsey. The friends and patrons of the High School were given a most delightful time on Saturday evening when the pupils of the school gave their play "The Haunted Gate" to a laige and appreciative audience. This was followed by Halloween games of all kinds in the chapel which had been decorated in a manner suitable to the occasion. About $45. was realized and this money will be used in making improvements 1 about the building. Despondency Due to Indigestion. BEREA. vety much It is not at all surprising that persons who have indigestion become discouragMr. C. I. Ogg is suffering ed and despondent. Here are a few from a mashed hand. words of hope and cheer for them by Mrs. Blanch? Bowers, Indiana. Pa. "For years my digestion was so poor that I could only eat the lightest foods. I tried every thing that I heard of to get relief, but not until about a year ago when I saw Chamberlain's advertised and got a bottle of them, did I find the right treatment. I soon began to improve, and since taking a few bottles of them my digestion is fine." For sale by all dealers. lUI EN A VISTA Mrs. Peck, wife of Prof. J. N". Peck appendicitis and will undergo an operation in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. William Long, whose house was burned about a week ajro, are living with their son. Hardin Long at present. Appendicitis seems to be the prevailing ailment these days. Several have been operated on at the Berea College Hospital in the last few months. is very ill with The Berea Corn Show and Agricultural Fair held in Berea Saturday Oct. 31st was a brilliant success. Every Mrs. T. M. Scott is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Evans were i one seemed to take a decided interest in it. The display of the farm products Danville Saturday. was good to look upon. It showed that Several of our citizens attended court people were interested in their work j in Harrodsburg Mondav. and knew how to do things too. A Benj. Lane of Louisville visited greater interest is being taken in agrirelatives here last week. culture than ever before, and much ot Mr. R. L. Elkin of Lancaster was in the interest is due to the many government Experiment Stations which are our village Friday on business. e R. M. and W. L. Poor of Wilmore scattered about over the country. hope the good work will continue. The were here on business last week. the day were as follows; Mrs. Chas Dietrich and children features of The display was arranged in the fore Saturday. visited in Nicholasville J. W. Askins and wife spent the noon. The speaking begun at 1:30 p.m. first of the week with relatives in Prof. John F. Smith gave the opening speech on "Agriculture in the public Burgin. Mr. Joe Wood of Jessamine County schools". He was followed by J. W. spent the week's end with Chas Whitehouse on "Cattle and Silos", J, W. Herndon "Education for the FarmDietrich. er", Wm. Jesse Baird "Better FarmMrs. Belle McConn of Lexington is ing Make3 Better Folks", H. W. Rickvisiting her daughter Mrs. H. S. ey. "Poultry Clubs", Prof. F. 0. Clark Christopher. "Fruit", Robert Spence "The Short Mrs. C. F. Ison has returned from a Winter Course in Agriculture". The pleasant visit with her daughter Mrs. last and one of the most interesting John Davis of Hazard. features was the awarding of prizes by " Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Munday of President Frost. Many prizes wer spent part of last week awarded and the Berea folks carried off Georgetown their share of the awards. with Joe Hamilton and family. ' v Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Nov 5, 1914. 1 ! m STYLE AND QUALITY considered, we claim we sell the best that can be had in Men's Clothing when we offer you the 4 . jS fif fJ J ?? e m SUITS AND OVERCOATS in stock at $18.00, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00. Men's Shoes. H0DSE OF QUALITY. TheCentral Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a yeau. J. R. L. Editor. Manager. ELKIN. Business E ROBINSON. . Entered m li'e I4it OBicr hi I niicii.tri r. eiroiiil "!n Mill! Matter Ky.. e$ J $15. rmSSS Ladies ST Shoes. : I $10.00 AND $15.00. Childrens Shoes. Lancaster, Kentucky. C rrKht II.rt aS. W. Smith. Suits $7.00 at Moore's. 3e Mrx 90 Fresh oysters and celery at Zimmers. SCHOOL NOTES. (By Wm. F. Miller. i Look at j'our Label and send us that dollar. Take your "Ob's and Ah's" of delight with you wlien vou go to hear Was-- I sraann, you will need them. Member Kentuccy ATJ1 Press Association SLUMBERLAND". This mammoth musical extravagance i Eighth District Pabliihers League. will be presented at the lien Ali TheaLancaster, Kj. November 5. 1914. tre in Lexington, on the nights of Nov. 13th and 14th. with a matinee on Sat- Rates For Political Announcements urday the 14th. This wondertul play For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 is given under the auspices of the por County Offices 10.00 Teachers Club of Lexington, and should 15.00 receive a liberal patronage from this For State and District Offices .10 community. For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interTHE TURK MUST GO. est of individuals or expresThe Turk in Europe is a menace to sion of individual views, per civilization, and a stigma on European ' 05 statesmanship. Obituaries, per line The Parent-Teacher- 's meeting was a success and will be a pleasant evening Friday. Mr. T. J. Price who has been attending school at M. M. I., entered school here last Monday. Bro. J, W. Beagle, visited our school Tuesday morning and conducted the devotional exercises. Miss Brashear's room will entertain The European war not onlv concerns the participants and all of Europe, but True, we the United States as well. dep'ore the war. our feeling is one of profound sj'mpatliv, regardless of their nationality, but there is another side to this terribl- - affair which we cannot and should not ignore. America, lie- cause f h- -r vast resources and activity, will be required to asum the rank of the world's greatest provider? Are we able to meet this requirement? At present we lack meat, and mules. Our mi I. wool, hor-e- s busmes-- . should be to build up our in- dustries. so that we may be prepared to accept our responsible position as producers for millions of people. The war's demand on American granaries. mills and packing houses has been be- vond our expectations. France is immense quantities of fresh bef. we are exporting millions of dounds of sugar and the producer of wheat is certainly enjoying his labors cf tK- - past year. He is now able to dispose of every pound of his grain and everv da of the war abroad acids to the farmers bank account. It has been aid all along our country would not be cal'e-- i upon for corn. This has been shown to be a mistake, as the supply of old corn is exhausted, and it is now said that a large portion of the new crop has been contracted for. Oats sold liberally to exporters last week, and it is believed that foreigners have orders in all the large markets for more. With England supplying free tobacco to hr troops and the plants in both France and Germany running at full presure are good reasons that we will have demand for our crop and that it will bring a good price. Considerations like these should turn the attention of many to farming and it should turn the attention of those already farming to be larger producers. Such action would reward the world in general and us in particular and through such foresight we would profit abundantly, not because of our designs, or from ill will to any, but because of our position and resources. unin-terrunt- Long ago the oppressed of centuries should have been freed from the oppressor, and the system of savagery and butchery for which the Turk stood Now should have been eradicated. Turkey enters the war arena and seals her doom. The desire of two centuries will, at last, be lealized. for whatever ' happens in Europe, the Turk must go. CONK--GARRIQU- E. Monday. C. U. Preps of Danville who was billed to play L. H. S. Foot Ball Team last Friday, did not arrive, just why they did not come, we havent found out. as they neither telephoned or let us know in any way. This was promised to be a good game. Miss Tinder's room entertained last Friday morning at8:15; you are cordially invited to be present. Mr. Wm. Mac Elliott who had the misfortune of breaking his arm about two weeks ago. returned to school On Wednesday evening at 0 o'clock. home of Mr. and Mrs. .1. 15. Conn, their daughter. Miss Estelle, was quietly married to Mr. William E. ' at the J. i C. W. BECKHAM, , Garrique. of New York City. The bridal party stood in front of an im- - ; proued alter formed of ferns and ' yellow chrysanthemums. Rev. J. Rockwell Smith performed the ceremony, only the family and in- timale friends being present. The bride was stylishly attired in a green broad cloth tailored suit, with travel frig hat to match, while the groom was dressed in the conventional black suit. Immediately following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served, the same decorations of yellow being used and carried out in the menu. In the center of the table was a large bridal cake, whrie running from the chandelier to the corners of the table weie yellow tulle streamers caught up with yellow chrysanthemum?. Miss Estelle is an energetic young lady of charming personality and well equipped in every way to be a help- mate. The groom is a tine business man having extensive business interests ' in New Orleans where they will make ' their future home. He is the son of a noted German surgeon and scientist. After the wedding dinner they left in an automobile for Danville, where they took the train for New Orleans.!, Senator Elect, Long Term. The Culiz Record, says prohibition has taken the "gin" out of Virginia, the '"sip" out of Mississippi, the "kan" jor.t of Kansas, most of the "tuck" out .of Kentucky, has reduced the Illinois and will take the "watter" out of Watterson. i ' I SIMILAR TO 1. 23 PSALM. not deny. My wife is my boss, I shall flllna. Pill vwaaSaak-? WESffll sy 2. She maketh me lie down behind tne bed wnen swell company comes, and she leadeth me up Broad street. . She restoreth my pooketbok after she hath spent all its contents on hobble skirts and theater tickets, and she leadeth me up thenain aisle at church for her new hat's sake, 4. Yea! Though I walk more than half the night through datkness with crying baby, I will not rest; for she is behind me. Her broomstick and her hat pin. they do everything but com- & fort 5. me. SENATOR JOHNSON N. CAMDEN for Short Term. RYE AND BARLEY WHEN! FROZEN ARE DANGEROUS Vhen Ealen By Sheep And Hog, Fermers-tation FARMERS INSTITUTE She prepareth a cold snack for me, then maketh a bee line for an aid society. She annointeth mp head with the rolling pin occasionally. My arms runneth over with bundles before she is half done her shopping. G. Surely her dressmaker's and milliner's bills shall follow me all the days of my life; and I will dwell in the house of my wife forever. Ensues Killing Them. Do not miss Wassman with his "now you see and now yoj don't," Saturday night. APPENDICITIS. Mr. Holman Brown who was stricken with appendicitis last week, was taken to the Danville Hospital last Saturday, when a successful operation was performed. We are glad to state at this time he is doing nicely, with every indication of being himself again in a few weeks. PREACHES FIRST SERMON. Rev. Frank Tir.der Jr. loved by all here and more familiarly known here as 'Frank', preached his first sermon at the Christian church at Stoney Creek in Harrison county last Sunday Frank is still a student in the Bible College of Transylvania University and his friends here are proud of his success and wish him Godspeed in his chosen profession. During the late fall months it is not uncommon for the experimental station to receive reports irom uilierent sec-- 1 lion of the state requesting information and assistance in combating sudden losses in sheep and hogs. On vis- iting these farms it has been found that these fatalities in some instances could be traced to frozen rye or barley. In order to avoid further losses of this nature this year all swine and sheep owners should take special precaution to keep these animals off of rye and barley fields immediately after a severe frost or freeze. Frozen rye and barley sometimes prove deleterious and animals should be allowed only a very limited amount of this feed while it is in a frozen condition. Severe frosts frequently check the growth of these two winter forage plants and leave In this them in a wiltered condition. stage they undergo fermentation and are injurious to animals. NEXT WEEK. TOBACCO OR NOTES A representative from the State Agriculture Department at Frankfort was in this county last week advertising a farmers Institute for Friday and Saturday of next week. He reports the leading farmers deeply interested and that quite a number are cooperating with Mr. H. V. Bastin who is the president of the local organization to make this meeting beneficial to the county. The state furnishes to the people experienced and qualified lecturers on the various subjects covering the agricultural and stock raising interest of the county free of all expense and to get all the benefits the farmers have only to lay aside their work for two days and attend this meeting. Garrard County farmers have made great progress in recent years and it is largely attributable to the new ideas received through these Institutes. The most profitable two days of the whole If you want bargains come to the year the farmers of the county could closing out sale at Moores. spend would be at this institute. FOR EDUCATION This College Will Take Notes or Tobacco to Educate Young Men for Success, Make Money and Become Honored Citizen. The Wilbur R. Smith Business College, Lexingtou, Ky., an old and reliable instituttion with 38 years prestige in educating thousands of young men and women for success, is commended for assisting deserving young men and women to get an education at this college, by receiving notes, tobacco or other crops, if desired, for tuition. If you wise a knowledge of Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting or Telegraphy, and the assistance of this popular College, we advise you to write at once, asking for particulars. Address, Wilbur R. Smith Business College. Lexington, Ky. Friday morning. The stage was decorated with pumpkins and such things as to show the "Hollowe'en" spirit. The following were guests: Mrs. Alex Walker and daughter, Mrs Caneer and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Embiy, .Miss Emma Doty, Mrs. Siler, Mrs. S. H. Estes. Mrs. Sam Haselden, Mrs. Bright Swinebroad, Mrs Hagan and two children, Mrs. Jessie Dunn, Mrs. Albert Ware and little daughter. Mrs. Emma Elkin. Miss Lena Bright, .Mrs. Ben Cormney, Miss Annie Austin, Mr. and Mrs. JasBeazlay, Miss Nancy Long, Mrs. Ben Robinson, Miss Mary B. Robinson, .Miss Eliza Lunsford, Miss Marie Ballard, Mrs. Walton Moss, Mrs. F. M. Tinder and son, Mrs. Prayther, Mrs. Sweeney, Mrs. Dalton, Mrs. Sullivan. Lancaster High School Fool Ball Team defeated the Nicholasville llirec-kel- d and High School Combined Foot Ball Team, on the local gridiron, Monday by the score of 18 to 0. On last Monday before a large crowd and on a good field, weather just right and both teams In very best of condition. The L. H. S. Foot Ball team defeated the Nicholasville bunch by the score of 18 to 0. Nicholasville kicked off to Lancaster, Rainey received the ball and carried it to the 40 yaid line, after several end runs and forward passes, the ball was turned over to Nicholasville, but a fumble by Walker for the visitois and our right end. Rich, being so fast got the ball and carried it over the line for a touch down. Bourne attempted to kick the goal but failed, Lancaster then kicked off to Nicholasville and the end runs, fake kicks Nicholasville palled off, helped them to go for about 25 yards, after which the ball was first turned over to Lancaster who had it in her position up within 40 yards of the goal being made by Herron receiving forward passes from Bourne when time was out for first quarter. The second quarter the ball was held about the middle of the field, first turning from one side to the other end runs, by G. Bourne. Bourne and Elliott and long forward passes to Herron, seemed as if Lancaster would make a touchdown whether or no. The ball was in Nicholasville's territory, under Lancaster's possession, when time was out for 2nd. quarter. Nicholasville then kicked eff to Lancaster and Rich carried it for a distance of 10 yards. Forward passes to Herron for good gain of 12 to 15 yards was made at nice "bucks" of Wilmot seemed like he was making an end run right through uhe line, he always made from 6 to 8 yards on "bucks." Elliott carried the ball over the goal line for the 2nd. touchdown and again Bourne missed the goal making the score 12 to 0. Lancaster kicked to Nicholasville ane Walker, who wis Nicholasville star received the ball and carried it for a good gain but Lancaster soon recovered the ball and then it went over to Nicholasville after which Lancaster made end runs and the ball was in her when time was out 3rd. quarter, just 25 yards from goal Nicholasville defended. fourth quarter, Beginning the pos-essi- Bourne made several end runs after thiee beautiful forward prsses BIG MEN DISGUSS were received by Herron (2). and WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE. Rainey (1), for gains of 15 yard or more, the last pass received by Herron 1 ask no political right for mjself he went within vaid of the goal but that I am not willing to hae greeted to Wilmot with one of his "hit the line my wife- - (William Jennings Bryan. heavy" very easily carried it over for Woman suffrage is inevitable as th the 3rd touchdow n. Bourne attempted Whene f r the sub ' rising of the sun. goal but missed making the first score ject comes up for Missouri. I an goicR stand 19 to 0 with 2 minutes longer of to vote for woman suffrage. Champ the game to play. Clark. Nicholasville kicked off to I would like to see the ballot in tht Billy Miller received the ball and carried it to the 40 yard line, after which hands of every woman. Mark Tsraia. Without qualification or equivocation and end run, time was out and I.. 11. S. victors over N. T-- and H. S. Foot Ball I am for woman suffrage, and I bcheve team that within a dozen vears we shall nag This game was among the best ever no one in the United States aainiit it. played on the local grounds and each (Theodore Roosevelt. 1 am in favor of ali sharing in rfc player could not have impioved any. The umpire and re free for Lancaster privilege of government who assist is was Mr. J. M. Mount and Nicholasville bearing its burdens! by no means eS Mr. Kerkpatrick gave fair decision to cludi-iwomen. Abraham Lineeic. both sides. The game was cleverly Fernale saffrase will not debiteS the played and it looked as it NicholasM.ie home, or lessen its power of innoence.. would stand back when Wilmott was On the other han i. it will introduce it called for a buck, as well as good plays refining and uplifting power into oa on passes and the whole team es- political life. :.Iustice David J. Brexer. pecially well. The plaing of Wilmott, Herron, Elliott, B. Bourne and G. ' in Bourne was gleatly admired by the I crowd. This is the first time Nicholasville has been beaten but were out of their ' class when they tackled Lancaster. ' Referee, Mount, Umpire Kerkpatrick Purchast.-.: tne uf ujr 1U Local Lineman, J no. McRoberts, years experitnee in the buaines. Time quarters, 10 minutes. Look for other biirgains ii3ted ia Goals Total. issue. Owners of farais who ww.t Lancaster: IS seil should se.e us at oce. 10 Nicholasville; 0 0 0 0 0 0i 270 acres oi land. located near Coy The Foot Ball team reports that al- Kentucky river. In high state af cui though Lancaster has a good team they vation. 105 acres in grass. S5 &C!M l have developed the proverbial yellow bottom land producing com every ye streak. Several attempts have been at shipping poir.t on river. large. sew made to get games, but s. yet the ef- did lesidence, store room and vtmtv forts have been unsuccessful. Interior necessary out building?. This tmzm Journal. produces well ami is one ut the bcsS If the minds of the Stanford athletes bargains on oui list. Price 75.fD par have not turned to muscle, perhaps acre. they will revert to some athletic con17( acres witiu: one mile ef Faint tests that took place betwetn the Lick on L N R. R. with good ub Stanford and Lancaster boys. provements. land lies well and isfertife One game, at least will never bt. within 1 mile of graded eheol. Waeta) forgotten. Yellow streak, did you say? the money aked$105 per acre. Well, if the Lancaster boys ever show boi acres of lanil on pike ? aiite from dea yellow streak, it has yet to be good village 9 miles from Lancaster, veloped, and as they are still amateur at the yellow streak business they do first class land, gotxl improvemeHtF, ! net care to run upon it again, neither room dwelling, well watered. Ia thu Dick Robinson" section. do they care to run upon coaches and famous "Camp ?125.(H) per acre. old men in a foot ball game as they Price Three cottages at the low pried.-- . claim to be nothing but what they S1S00., $2000. ar.d$210(). boys. Don't fail to see Wassman, the great ' 200 acres good 'and, near Bryantsvilte Magician, at the High School Auditorium! well improved. large tobacco barn. If you want a money maker see this fan. Saturday night at l:30. $70. per acre. October Honor Roll. No 491. 185 acres of high cra?s law?. William Anderson, Elsie Fathergill, 2 miles out. 2 large touecco barns, pp J. O. Bogie, Henderson Boirie, Mittie acre. $120. Dunn, Elizabeth Dudley. Dora Hagan. 193. Cottage ami r acres of fer$e Lettie Jennings. land, large tobacco barm, all but 3 Linda Jennings, Virginia Sutton, Lucille Stapp, Sarah acres in grass, on pike in one mite cf Bland, Ida Mae Baierlein. Paul Morrow, Lancaster. Price $120. per acre. Alizabeth Hagan, Marrs Swinebroad, No 49 1. Several pieces of splendid Ruth Taylor. Eugenia Dunlay, Lucile city property for ale. Ramsey, Frances Grant, ArdcllaTurner. 496. 100 acres of land, J mile from Anna Lee Poff, Margie Montgomery. Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 mites A Treat Indeed. from Lancaster, good improvements, The Foot Ball boys were given a de , large tobacco barn, well worth the lightful box of candy last Wednesday r rice of $100. per acre. 497. 222 acres of fine land near Lanevening by Misses Robinson. Brashear, Ezell and Hatcher. We are very grate- caster & Lexington pike, splendid itn- provement3, at $90. per acre. ful indeed for their kindness. L. H. S. Ft. Ball Boys. 498. 03 acres, improved, near Paint Lick Graded School at $95. per acre. . which i g , ' , mn n ROPERTY tun ir s i rxt 110 are-scho- ol , ; i I I WATCH THE WEATHER. 499. 73 acres of rich land, right on The great uncertain element, when pike, well improved, 2 miles of LancasMany a ter, priced at $120. per acre and is killing pork, is the weather. farmer, in the sections through which worth it. this paper circulates, has killed hogs during a cool spell and then had all his meat spoiled by a sudden change to warm weather. Last year, throughout Kentucky and Tennessee, thousands of dollars' worth of pork joints were spoiled and made unwholesome during a few days of unexpected and unseaThe same sonable warm weather. misfortune took place in other sections of the South. Irajed, the problem of killing and curing hog meat in warm weather is very vital to Southern farmers and one which involves a large cash value. The thing is, do not kill too soon and and when you kill have the weather conditions right., . Pork is too high to lose. No 501. 45 acres, new houseon pike, near Bryantsville. Price No 502. 90 acres, 170 $4,000.00. yards from town limits of Lancaster on Lexington Avenue, unimproved beautiful building sites, a bargain at $150. per acre. 503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile from pike, fertile land, highly improved lies well, splendid water, susceptible of division into two or three farms. $95. per acre. 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from Lancaster, large tobacco barn, one other beautiful level building site fronting pike. $110. per acra. For further particulars write or call on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real estate men. Lancaster. Ky. w $ EaKaK Wre3fie;iag; The Central Record, Thursday Nov &&33Sb39!3gl !I31a8fe38fc2Kfc3Hfe3lfc 5-1914. Page fc3SS3fcS5S3S:Sfcl:32 HI ft I i V m II I I'm" BLaa? H H H Skitter A. jr. 3S 8 1 $k.J? JL hm ersErsrarsrxtiKr " "" - m JSCM.'.Liyitlltt JL wapgimp fo. 111 JL HI Ml uM i jl I JT jk IMll &fc.ill IH .i n J5L ii a & ii i.M.a iMau.OTi Hi n I !! imi m aa ii m.im iii i la i ii ! An Excellent Value in Hand Tailored Gaberdine Suits Lr!JSTEHaCKX5IiaS3nEa3 svssr3.2rs:rr !! ai ii iiummm iwill ma 1 llll mi - I II . -- . II ii ,,.. ii -' J - .i - -t ji i.i .i rr-- ;f Ffc jI jf M 3 J? S K ,, l. 14 H 03 3 B H re in 7 All Wool Cheviots. ca "B .. tf S$ ' ul; Serge Suits selling at . . "rrr?aVftI7 ""ih fji 9 Tr? A HI" ? ' A 5i as ?T"lll'.l".TnBLI lUaaii;aigftgB3BgaMigy2LyLgt3ai.r 1 i'-- yqyriiyyErrrjjr7y' irfa at XVJLC71 Till tS ''mik-Bkowiw'lWWBSilKK3i4RSqBS- iI IrGfaJJ. LXIO 1" FOR WOMEN. y B OUTFITTERS Com UCLLi ''ily the Long. -- V i!K46JSajK'aU3i'SV:vaKS''WlU fp U i SE3 SSTMTSTST'SiTZTszrs'im'tstrvKui l 5 SI Egl1 VOT sc-ijuc, in il! &Va''Trj2K3CKrW523M82C!nrr.C1 A (Jricf sopie isip About Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Aker have taken Miss Agnes Miles - in the rooms with Mrs. C. D. Powell. pleasant guest of Mis-- . Mrs. Carlton Kikin is in Liberty a visit to her aunt Mrs. Kidd ?VS?. - 232S!':- - 'c M: for ' Mr. Smith Poweli and son. Siailh T. Jr., paid our cfLee a pleasant call (ii U siwppy styles in SUITS. COATS and ONE-PIEC-E Mrs. W. A. Price is in Nicholasville a visiting her sister Mrs. Ed. Perkins. DRESSES. Adjoining Opera House. on all U Miss Pearl Bettis is in Frankfort for Richmond Street. Mr. K. H. Batson is in Wayne City a stay with hersisterMrs. Jesse Arnold III. for a short stay. Mr and Mrs Ed Simpson are visiting Mr. End Tateni of Richmond was a their aunt, Mrs Beile Pherigo, of Lexington. recent visitor in Lancaster. BEGINNING, SATURDAY, fi? Mis Jennie Broaddus and Mrs Flojd Miss Bettie Reynolds has been in Curtis were shoppers in Richmond, Stanford visiting her parents. OCTOBER 31st, 1914 Thursday. Mrs. It. J. Sellman of Memphis Tenn., ?Ir. and Mrs. T. J. Price were guests is the jjuest of Miss Minnie Brown. i JWivJ ) XJNuA ". Mrs. Frank Fairleigh. Mrs. Ernest j on .Monday of Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Price j Mr. Clarence Hicks of Richmond was Sprague of Louisville and Mrs. Joseph j of Stanford. Q- j a recent guest of Miss Minerva Cox. ' Huston and daughter Miss Judell Hu-to- n Dr J. P. Rilfe of Earlanger was her of Philadelphia come Friday in Mrs. ! M. wife, and 2 0 DCU j of Mr. G. Ind.,Lyons, Lancaster daughter Sunday the guest of Postmaster Eph-ra- Fairleigh's car to be week-en- d 3G LTIE guests I e are in to reside. Paris fe;0Kien. Brown. of Mrs. William R. Cook. Mrs Jennie Broaddus isNisiting here BY MISS ELIZABETH J. DOTY. Makkmiit.Y, Ky. Mr. nd Mrs. R. P. Gregory and Mr and Mrs J. A. McDowell of Rich-- 1 daughter, Mrs Flojd Curtis of I'aint -o 'e?2t,4.; ..:.- -' mond aie rejoicing over the arrival of! baby were in Richmond Monday for a Lick. a nine pound boy wl.o arrived at their. visit to relatives. t3L Hon. Harvey Helm of Washington in time Tuesday uioining to go GINGER SNAPS. Mrs. Wm. J. Kiunaird and daughters home D. C was here Friday mingling with with "Dady" to the poks to vote the of Middlesboroare here for a visit to the 1 cup of sugar. 1 hij of molasses. friends. Democratic ticket. The little fellov. I Misses Kinnuirds. 1 cup ! i tablespoons of gingr. of lard, has been christened Landon Lanier. Mi.-.- s Elsie Morris of the Hubble sec- rWf 2 teaspoons of soJri. dissolved -. I .uti oi hot water ponr oTer tits e ' Miss Florence Johnson and Mr. Allen tion is in Hamilton, Mo., for a visit to ' Mrs Ike Dunn and children of Lex ingredients. Flour enough to make i the renoired tWel:Bes3 te ro. ington are visiting her parents, M: and Johnson entertained at a masked Halrelatives. and cut. Mrs J. D. Gulley. loween Social on the evening of theSlst' Miss Aldridge of Stanford is the ' Mr. pnd Mrs. Mike Hays of Louisville at the suburban home of their uncle, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond are here visiting her parents Mr. and Mr. T. E. Arnold in De Land Fla. AI! teceived the prizes, while Mr. Paul Ladies and chi Wrens low cut '. i Haselden. i Mrs. Wesley Zanone. characters as witches, ghoits, owls and Elliott ami Mi.s Lula Rainey received half price at lluores. ... . . Ti.ii.. tir i. :. ill iHome .f. it .uiss uejja iiice iiunes During the the cont.olatio'1 prizes. such were represented. A delightful Dr. and alter a visit to ausit Mrs. J. W. Acej", Lexington Mrs. J. B.toKiunaird were in evening refreshments of ices, fruits, lunch of sandwiches, mitt., fruits ami Come to the closing out a!e lecently t.ee their daugh- nuts and mints were served.. -of Stanford. hot chocolate wa fully enjoyed. All K. II. BatsoH stock of goods. J1 r-r i..i , ter. Miss Patsy Kiunaird. "rank Moon Miss liavme Lee Marse entertained left full of g.od cheer, hm.1 with many Mr. George F. Estes visited his Mr and Mrs Stonie Sebastian nU ttli Plivhitllin MnBa n? ihp compliments w Iotlit nliiir.ih do.'s anything to Rotiiiison who never Fraits of every variety at Ziir.nrr. brother Rev. Harvey M. Estes of "" ' half wav. Miss Gracie, visited Mr and Mrs L, C I uesday evening. And later Georgetown last week. in the King, Saturday and Sunday. The Danville Messenger ha? the evening the Baraca clas- from the Found red creefwted shar Mrs. L'. D. Simpson left Friday night Mr. Charles Adams ot Lexington ' same church stormed this class of tolloweiing to say of a reception that O'.vi r can harv same hy carting a. u w SMwHifiiy for a visit to relatives in Middlesl.oro will arrive Friday for a visit to his young ladies. Delightful refreshments will be of interest to many. and Fork Ridge Tenn. Mrs. Robert Harding entertained were served and all reported a nice parents Mr and Mrs. Jack Adams. KKrf Fifty pair rubber beots. en . time. yesterday afternoon at her pretty Mrs. Cleveland Rose has been the prices ?5.00 boots at $J.O. $J.W) i t recent guest of her mother Mrs. Belle .Mrs. Mary Hunter of Crab Orchard W MeRirlnnrl nf .tv Ynrfc I home on .Main street with a be.iutifu' Capt, was the truest Tuesdav and WeiliiHsulnv $3.0 Perkins of Stanford, paid a flying isit to the family of reception in honor of Miss Mary Reid at of Mrs. Emma Grant and daughters. Logan, Anderson & TowHns Judge It. A Burnsides Wednesday. of Danville, Mr.. Creel Brown, of W. A. and T. J. Price Mesdames Mrs. Sarah Maret of Shelbyville and Capt. McFarland married one of Lan- Louisville, and Mrs. W. L. IVrrin. of guests of Dr. and Mrs. were week-en- d Wanted. Mr. and Mrs. John Hudson Boner of S. P. Grant of Danville. caster most gifted daughters. Miss Rochester. N. Y. It was one of the Information as to whereabout-Ameli- a Camp Kelson are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Addie Landram, who died last winter, delightful events of the season and Murphy (colored) if Hvmg. J. H. Arnold of Frankfort arrived Jack Adams. but her memory will always be cherish- about one hundred guests were presMonday for a visit to relatives and also ent. The home is one of the most at- if dead as to her relative. Mrs. Robert Whittaker and little son ed here. Capt. McFarland has a host Van Brun Fertilizer 'Disc Wheat to vote the Democratic ticket. G. B. .Suinebroad. Att occaof Kansas are here for a visit to Mrs. of friends here who wish his stay had tractive in Danville and for the Lancaster, i sion was thrown open and was decoMrs. J. C RobinsDn returned Monday Whittaker's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. been longer. rated with exquisite taste, yellow and from a visit of two weeks to her sister W. Pumphrcy. A few good values in Lndies i i Drills. Ensilage Cutters, Gasoline and Miss Jane Haseiden entertained at a white prevailing. The drawing room Mrs. Wm. Jone3 of Clark county. pretty Halloween party Saturday even- where the guest were received, pink and suits iVft at half price. Mrs. O. U. Terrill will return Friday i.igmi. Anderson A Tumi. Mrs. W. O. Bradley of Frankfort is to her home in Fleming, Ky, after a ing at the home of her parents Mr. and was used entirely, with clematis and Kerosine Engines About similax as a setting. Everywhere on here for a visit to her sisters, Mrs. stay of two weeks to her rar"ts, Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden. For Real. 25 of her young schoolmates and friends Pattie GUI and Miss Jennie Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. mantles and tables were baskets and were present to help the young hostess vases of pink roses and festooned over My Prjperty in Lancaster, K.. cr Mr. and Mrs. Bohon Campbell and Mr. Hugh Miller who has been here happy occasion. The the folding doors, opening into the Stanford Street sijimn Chr..-.ia-n little daughter of Stanford spent Sun visiting his mother Mrs. Dora Miller, celebrate the house was tastily decorated with au- hall and dining room were pink roses church forbear l&Io. IwsSsion g vtr JhWb day with her mother Mrs. Joanna Ball. returned this week to Hinckley Minn., B 9 tumn leaves, chestnuts and trailing Mrs. K. J. 5Ia-- i : and smiiax. The dining room was en- January 1st. Mr. R. Eason and son Frank have where he holds a good position. vines. Lighted pumpkins greeted the tirely in yellow decorations. The returned to their home in Lexington Little Miss Margaret Herring en- guests upon their arrival. The'spooks' special beauty in For Sale after a visit to Mr. and Mrs" Pendleton tertained several of her little friends at room with its weird appearance, its round table was of On the table was its appointments. Cox. crooning fortune teller and it3 tempting a Hallowe'en party. The occasion afSixty acres of land. 2i mifes fr r. an exquisite lace cover over yellow it apples swaying from a string ready to satin. In the center was a glass stand Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike, (jo Miss Annie Bronaugh returned today forded much fun for those present. J all be grasped by the passers-bfrom Corbin and is again assistant coveied in fruit, on which rested a tall house, barn and plenty ot water. Mrs. Bruce Lawson was hostess at scene. The ghosts an attractive saleslady in Miss Arnold's millinery Herndon & Walker, Lancaster I.' an elaborate course dinner at her pretty and spectres in many forms, some cut glass vase filled with yellow chrysestablishment. anthemums. In silver candle sticks country home, the honor guest being garbed in white and others in black, Kentucky Red Berkshire For Sale. were white candle sticks covered with Mr. H. D. Tomlinson, junior member her sister Mrs. 0. U. Terrill of FlemSam fTp made the evening a very unusual one yellow shades and in silver baskets I have 10 nice young boars for sale. of the firm of Logan, Anderson an'J ing Ky. i The deto the youthful participants. and bowls were yellow and white con They are from Anna Bell and Fancy Tomlinson, returned home Wednesday Mesdamcs W. O. Bradley of Frank- licious refreshments served added to fections. Ices ana cakas were served. Lady, the choice of my herd. after a week's stay, in Chicago, fort, W. S. Elkin, and if your coal bin is sister Miss the pleasure of the merry throng. A yellow decorative scheme was car- If LUDLOW, Latonia and other points Jenni-- ; W. B. Dennv, Lancaster Ky. Duncan motored to Stanford for empty or even half East. The Christian Endeevors were given ried out it the small dinning room, the a visitto their sister Mrs. Charlr.tte a Halloween Social at the home of Mr. cofTee table having a central ornament Wanted. Mrs. W. S. Walker ha3 returned Warren. folly to full. At of yellow flowers arranged in a French Robinson Cook, Saturday night. from a protracted stay with Mr. and Wanted to rent a farm of about 100 The Annual Silver Tea of the the appointed hour, Robinson Cook basket, the handle of which was tied Mrs. Towles iValker in Connersville wait until you have acres. Money rent. Can give satisHarry Raney gathered the mem with a butterfly bow of yellow tulle. Ind., and her daughter Mrs. Calloway Missionary society will be held at the with factory reference. E. B. Creech. Presbyterian church on Thursday even- bers and their invited guests in wagons scrape up (he last in Smithfield. to Lancaster. Ky. EveryboHy ing Nov. 12. is most and conveyed them to his home, where Mr and Mrs E. E. Childress of Villa cordialby ir.vited. they were met at the door by a ghost 1 YOliU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Clarks best thread 4 cts at Moores. scuttle from the bottom of the bin. Order Grove, 111., and Mrs Mary Jennings of who pointed them to the stairway. At the Chautauqua Circle Tuesday where another ghost with upraised hand Areola, III., have returned homp after get the benefit oMowest market pricss now city Tax And Water Rent. a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs S. B. which met with Miss Bettie Robinson directed their way up the stairs, only the interesting theme was "With Ten Jennings. Remember that the penalty will go of delay on account of earlier and run no Mens Suits half price at Moores. to meet another apparitive on the secnyson in the Isle of Wight", and the ond floor. The masked parties, weird on your taxes in a few days and to save Miss Lillian and Donald Estes en-- ; study of his poems. s, Fresh oysters and celery at Zimmers. this expense your taxes should be paid orders. tertained at a Hollowe'en party last lights, decorations of black cats, I at once. Your water rent must be Saturday night. with numbers of games, and for Mr. George Smith, Jr. who has been About twenty of Goods 25, 50 and 75 ct?. on the dollar paid, or the water will be cut off. There were present and confined to his bed for several week, tune telling by Miss Mason filled the at Moores. j their little friends will be no exception to this rule and all ' many amusing games were played. Ice suffering with his eyes, left Tuesday hours with fun and merriment. Six I Heuse and lot on Lexington street. will be treated alike. L. E. Herron,-Citcream, cakes and candies were seryed for Cincinnati, where he will be under new members were added to the ranks. Marshall! 1 the treatment of Dr. Sattler. Mr. Joe Kavanaugh and ,Miss Morris for sale or rent. Mrs. Susan Fisher. , and all report a good time. Moore is in Illinois for stay of a few ila s. Jteducuon I Hcrition of tnt Lom.r:?; and Ooir.gs l,y Thme V.': Are lii(irts!td In. Mrs. Givens P. Terrill and children uvie recent visitors in Danville. Mr. and Mrs. Wednesdaj. Oho - "WD fashion a Chhop, V' J. Raymond Haselden 'frzzizTzxdszsaBsacaBssBsa motoied to Winchester, Sunday. ilr. Frank T7t7nmed Jrats Mr. Alvin Estes of Richmond was the guest of hs sister iiist Mattie Estes Wednesday M. Mesdames Lizzie Welsh and Wilds, of Mich, have been th guests I of Mrs. A. C. Miles. i Mrs. W. S. E'kin will return Satar-- " day to her home in Altanta after a visit to her sister Mis Jennie Duncan. Mr. E. C. Barnard of Washington. D. ' C. has been a pleasant visitor in our, town for several days. He joined his wife here who has been with her mother. Mrs. P. D. Gill and they left tochter for AVashington Wednesday. I ) receives shipments of High Class New York Goods each week, thus insuring the very latest I k I 'i QW,....... . he fashion - ihou fieila Jtrnold. favorite jjcipss r 31E '-- m Known 1 ci.r i i- re-th- j -- i- Up!!, $ is (. jVm V ,wfsi I " l,fit.w wmw R 8 DISC WHEAT DRILLS A ' r $55.00 U itkO Usli ii bOXL 0. ll-5.- tf nw's The Time Inn tuy 5- - ii J- y, ?i. isnbryA?sffiSkini It's r A risk wit-h-e- Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. y Page 6 ggffyrcsasE: The Central hecord, Thursday Nov 5, 1914. SUNDAY Lesson VI. SCHOOL. Cured His Obesity. Children Cry for Fletcher's Making a Man of Him By DONALD CHAMBERUN asss, Fourth Quarter, For Nov. 8, 1914. SERIES. "Who Ls the ladylike young man vis "Tben I will glvf you u Hue to my Itlng you. Mrs. Crabtree?" friend. Prince Meuscbikou. and He will MemText of the Lessun, Gal. vi, "3Iy nephew." Introduce you to one of the emperor's ! ory Verses, 1, 2 Colden Text, Gal. "lie looks us if he bad come iu a physicians The Kind You Have Always Botight, and ivhicli lias been vi, 7 Commentary Preoared by Rev. bandbox. The traveler went to the prince's What's his name?" in use for over SO years, Las borne the signature o D. M. Stearns. bouse with a note. The answer was t "Albert-- " and lias been made under Ins per not delayed. The next da.v. tied bands "What are you going to do with him sonal supervision since its infancy. Stf- - ( The Golden Text Ls awfully true, and feel, the poor man was dragged off put bim Iu a store window to show his on a cart to the mines f'iicUtfi Allow no one to deceive you in this. even for redeemed people, that "Whatare but AH Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooTwo years after Peter the Great was soever a man Minetu that shall he clothes?" Experiments tJiat trifle with and endanger the health of "No. I brought hiui here to try to visiting the mines He bad forgotten also reap." We U:ie recently eeu Iu Children Experience against Experiment. Infants and our studies .luda Nearlat reaping make a man of bim. He is my broth the incident of the fat man. wheu sud i,R something of the rewaid of Iniquity. er's son. His father died wheu he was denly a miner threw down hl. pick, up to bim and fell at bis feet, But we have also seen Jacob doing a baby, and be has been brought up by rushed some bad sowing in the way of decelv- - a doting mother. He had a nurse till crying: Jastar"i 5i r. harmless snhstituto for Castor Oil, Pare-jrorl- e. "Grace, grace, what Is It I have lug his father, ami we ii.ive seen hiui he was fourteen, then a governess Syrups. lrons n::d SoothingMorphine It is pleasant. years by Since then his mother has not been done?" suffering for over tueuty nor other Karcotic comr.liw s:oI"jer Opium, Peter looked at bim, astonished, until reaping of the same kind through the willing to trust him with any one but IN :;;c is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms be remembered the story. ' Vy:-- .liness. deceit of hN own .o:is. r.lir.-- .' herself, and she Is the worst caretaker more than thirty years it For av.'l "Oh, so that is you!" be sala "I hope The leaping is generally moie than he has ever had." i: ; for the relief of Constipation, has Ijc1:: I i ?o-t:u- .l you are pleased with me. Stand up we sow. as it I written iu IIos. vlil. riaiu! '.: . iml o'.Ic. all Teething Troubles and "Poor fellow! I have known cases How thin and slight you nave become: -Dia.-!- :' 7. 'They h.teiiwn the wind, and they i. IT- -I; iv::U:.:." the Stomach and Bowels, like that" Go. and remember that work ts the j I'lxxi, giving healthy and natural sleep. ife. shall le.ip the whir i. Intl." Again, in "His father was a splendid man. and best cure for your complaint.1" Uos. x. l.'J. "Ye h.r. e plowed wicked-- 1 The children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. possible at bis nesR. ye have reap.il ini piity; ye have Bert ls as like him as How Do You Laugri? eaten the fruit f lies, because thou age except, while the father was taught can be indicated as Refinement didst tru.st in thv way." Again, iu to rely on himself, the sou Is handiI'rov. sxii. 8. we read. "lie that soweth capped by a mother who wishes to strongly by the manner lu wbicb a person laughs in by the tone or the senk Bears the Signature of Iniquity shall reap vanity." Hut there make a milksop of him." " 'As the twig is bent the tree's in- Ing voice is n sowing to the Sjirit and a re.iplug If some people could hear the tone clined.' " to life everlasting (verse 8). The two aspeet sue seen in Jer. xvii, j "That's It exactly. You can dwarf a they use while laughing they would man as well as a tree. Now. Bess. I doom themselves to perpetual s;n!ness .", 7. "Cursed be tl.o man tli.it tonic like A real hearty laugh iu man and m.'.keth llesh his arm and wish you to help me make a change In to the system. It not only does the whose heart departetli from the Lord." the boy." "I? How can 1 do anything about person good who enjoys It. but It does "Blessed Is the ui.in that tnisteth iu every one good who hears it. the Lord and whose hope the Lord is." It?" I suggested a plan by which she Of sucb langli there ts no criticism. From beginning to end of the Bible story It Is God or the devil (InA's way could make a start in Bert's reforma- But there are people who do not enjoy or man's way The one is life, the oth- tion. He had never associated with laughing, but who lausli in n forced Kind You any one but girls, and I knew that if , and artificial manner and ceuenilly at er is death TH: CENTAUR COMfANV. NEW YORK CITY. According to the epistle iu which we I turned him at once over to the boys the most Impossible moment And our lesson, the age is evil The they would soon send him back to me. j An affected laugh b.v either a man devil, who Is the god of this a.ie, has I proposed to initiate him through a j or a woman Is a counterfeit of the true There Is no necessity to a gospel of his own and enough reli- girl who was more of a boy than boys feelings gion to satisfy most people. But all usually are. There was something else laugh londlv. the Heartiest laturh Is mere good works of men le.ne all un- I didn't tell Bess. In order to get Bert the softest in tone der the curse, for the law requires ab- away from his mother I told her that j Remember, when laughter Is natural solute perfection iu every detail and is I would make him my heir. But he It Is Irresistible and beautiful. nmi 'Bee Dee" on the label means REAL VALUE Inteuded to turn i:s from ourselves to was to remain with me so long as I when It Is forced It falls like rasping inside the package, and RESULTS and SATISAfter using the Bee Dee Nothing that imn cm do lived. brass upon refined ears Philadelphia Christ FACTION atler the contents have been used. Remedies generally tor I warned Bess to go slow at first Telegraph. .Men must become Always ask for "Bee Dee" when you buy a stock sometime, we take pleaavails anything sure in sarins that they are or poultry remedy. "Bee Dee" remedies are prenew creatures in Christ (chapters I, 4, with Bert, but she didn't heed the Eiviuc entire satisfaction, pared from pure, medicinal ingredients, in a scien8, 9. 13. 14: iii. 10. J4: vi. 1. Brazil's Name. Iu the j warning. She took him out In a canoe, and we cheerfully recomtific way, and are genuine medicines that you can mend them. Long before the Portuguese colonized fullness of time Gel .sent forth Ills ' upset It (on purpose) and was obliged depend on. AlcMillen Slock Farm. to swim ashore, holding him up. for the coast of Brazil adventurous Bristol Son to redeem thpm that were under Waco. Texas. STOCK 5 POULTRY the law. hopelessly trying to save he couldn't swim a stroke. The feat merchants had equipped expeditions In MEDICINE themselves by do'Ug the best they was difficult, and It sobered the girl. a vain search for the supposed island LINIMENT DIP You can get them at could, listening to the devil's gospel of She didn't upset him any more, but she of Brasylle. Who gave Brazil ber presBee Dee Healing Powder Bee Dee Colic Remedy your dealer's. good works and character and aiming forced him to learn to swim. ent name ts unknown to fame the earP.B 6 to be like Christ without being born ! His next lesson was In horseback ly Portuguese called it Terra da Vera riding. Her first lesson in this was Cruz but whoever baptized the counagain (chapter Iv. 4. o) more gentle than her swimming lesson. try took the name from the Kast in Not until we see Christ crucified for us, made a curse for us. bojriug our At any rate, she gave It on turf where dies. For many years before the discov sins iu Ills own bo.ly and. receiving there was no danger of killing him ery of Brazil merchants nad brought did Him. see ourselves as ex tic! tied with when be took tumble, which he first from the east for the use of dyers a wood which yielded a beautiful red are we new creatures (chapter li. every few minutes during his Him. lesson, Bess was encouraged from the color brasill or orasllly The West 20: iii. 13; John 1. VJt. Then we will gladly say. "God forbid that I should fact that when thrown he scrambled Indies nave trees of the same sort, but back on to his horse without being Brazil contains ibem in more abunglory save in the cross of our Lord urged to do so dance than any other country So that Jesus Christ, whereby the world is When winter came such sports as Brazil wood is not called so after tbe me and I unto the world" crucified unto swimming, horseback riding and the country. The country u named so be(vl. 14). Whatever form of sin may like gave place to skating and skiing. have been our specialty as listed in Bert put on skates, which he had nev- cause of its red dye trees London chapter v. the sin that is greater er used, hobbled down to the ice. his Chronicle. BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS than all others and greater than all feet went up into the all. and he went Travels ot Roots. put together, the sin that causes down on the back of his head. But he LOWER PRICES ON FORD GARS Roots travel amazing distances In Is the rejection of Jesus Christ was true grit and. getting up. struck as the Son of God and the only Saviour out. fell agaiu and kept It up. Bess al- search of their requirements, a tlm "Effective from August 1, 1914 to August 1. 1915 at:i! M of sinners ijohn ill. I81. ternately laughing and encouraging ber merchant, excavntiug for a ewer .guaranteed against any reduction during that lime tj England, found au elm root one and When we are made free from the him Then she skated with him. and in curse and have lieeome children of doubtles.s he found that quite pleas a quarter Inches in diameter and sixty-thre- e S490. TOURING CAR God by faith in Christ Jesus then it is ant. feet long, running through a bed 5440. our privilege to walk In the Spirit, be RUNABOUT don't claim that Bert made a first of sawdust from the tree to the near led of the Spirit, stand fast in the lib- class .wiuiuier nr skater or rider. To est water. f 5690. TOWN CAR erty wherewith Christ hath made i The aggregate length of root thrown do (best, ucl! one must begin very rt Drtroir nil our fInOthe t'nited Statu of fully .(iii.p.-d I and uot do the things which the young Indeed. 11 was mil my pur- out by some plants Ls almost incredin America only I'esh that is still in us would h.ne us pose to make him proficient iu any of ble. A cucumber will, within Its short Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum do (chapter iii. i:!. Si: v. 1. Vi. 17. vear. throw out these. What I wished was 10 draw Ufe of about half efiievney in our factory production, and the miniIS. i'o. Those who are in the desh him away from the feminine tastes from ten to fifteen miles of roots mum co-i- t in our purchasing and sales departments five unto themselves; self is their cen Clover roots will go straight down to ami I1isi111r.se in mother, his if e can reach an output of 300.000 card between ter: they mind earthly th'iigs (Hill. iii. had implanted Koteruess He developed a depth of six to nine feet In search in turn the above dates. And s.hou!d we reach this protill. The new creiture in Christ lives a duction, we agree to pay as the buyer's share trom taste for manly amusements, mid this of moisture, aud coltsfoot, one of tbe no longer unto himself, but is able to $40 to .$60 p r car (on or ab nit August 1, 1915) to drew him to u aid manlinc" generally most powerful and perslsteut of weeds, say. "To me to live is Christ." "Xot I. every retail buer who purchases a new Ford car Bess took charge or him when he was sends Its suckers down to an even lint Christ, who liveth In me" (II Cor between Augu.--t 1. 1914 and August 1. 1915. seventeen, and when .she had had tiim greatpr depth. London Stray Stories. l.'i; I'hil. i. 21: Gal. il. 20). a year he would occasionally lireak For further particulars regarding these low prices When we see others oei taken in a away Lost the Point. from her tor companions of his g .Hid olan see Maditon Garagp. fault, us all are apt to be at one time The Teacher Now, children, listen years tliele was r another, it is nut for us to condemn own sex. Within two 'Thomas Campbell, tbe faa vestige of feminism In him to this th"m. but meekly restore them, re- not Then he went to college, and since he mous poet, once walked six miles to a membering that we might some daj had developed physically, cumliu; as printing office to have a comma In need similar kindness ami restoration one of bis poems changed to a semiThus we would manifest the Spirit of he did of brawny stock, he surprised colon. Why did he take all that trouand forgave and said us all by becoming a candidate 'hrist. who freel. winning a place on the university fuot-li.i- ble? Bright Boy 'Cause he didn't have 1 condemn thee Go and Neither do no tellyphone. Cleveland Plain Dealer. team. sin no more" (lesson verses 1. 2i When Ills college won the champion When Noah became drunken it was Publicity. ship durum his senior year Bert, who more Chrlstllke to mver up his "It's a bad thing to talk about your was very active as well as s,t!ug. was as Shem and Japiiet did. than to tell princip-i- l men on the team, neighbors it. as Ilaui did. We have no nglit or one of the "That's ngbt." replied the man who and it was lie nlm trained the points reason to think anything of ourselves "Publicity is worth all business or to think that we know anything as that gave them the game I m.ik Bess ls shouldn't same, and she was not only something these days we should (Verse o; I Cor. viii. 2i A to see the very much interested 111 it nut very think or talking about anybody except i that of Bom. proper attitude ii. IS. Washington at advertising rates. "1 know that In me (that Ls, iu my proud of one whom she had converted from a Miss Nancv to a sterling Star. flesh) dwelleth 110 good tbiug." There is a sense in which we must mau. I had Another Recipe. that this training of bear our own burden (verse .". "Every Aspiring Novelist Ah. sir. 1 am highmy nephew had been attended with me of us shall give account of himself to God" (Rom. xiv. 12i If we have that of which I by no means disap- ly flattered. I'm sure, to bear that you my book to bed with you and read been redeemed from the curse of the proved. It was plain that the two had take become seriously attracted to each It there! Acquaintance Yes. I have lav.-- we are here to do good unto all been is we have opportunity, having refer- wilier. The day Bert was graduated long troubled I with insomnia for a time, mid find one or your pages from college he came to me and told ence first to believers, the household af faith; never weary In well doing, me that he and Bess were engaged. much better than any medicine. knowing that the reaping time is sure Bess came to me as soon as he had A Sore Point. and that our labor Is never In vain In 'left me to see for herself how I viewed "The world will recognize me after 1 the Lord (verses 1). 10: I Cor xv. 58) the matter. gloomy We may not see nor do the iHH fl for we may sow for another reaping, a "Well. Bess." said 1, "you have made am dead."orsaid tbeexclaimed artist. d yon." "I beg the man out of milksop and" to reap, "let ns not "He never was a milksop!" she Inor we may reap from another's sow-in- s start any more or these complicated But both sower and reaper shall terrupted angrily. "Anyway. I suppose you deserve him arguments about recoirnltlonr Washrejoice together and gather fruit unto ington Star. life eternal (John Iv. ao,",3). Whoever and something else besides a pecuniai.-iplant or water. God alone can ary consideration." The Secret Incentive. "What do you mean by that?" she slve the Increase, but what an honor When read history and am Imto be laborers together with God (I asked, bridling. I told ber that when Bert bad come pressed with any great deed I feel as Cor HI. Another verse comes to mind on sowing and reaping. See II to me I had promised bis mother to If I should like to oee tbe woman who InCor. Ix. C. and lay it to heart. "He make him my heir. "I will do better Is concealed behind It its its secret All Kentucky Drills have the immense advantage of the low which soweth sparingly shall reap than that." I added. 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Call or mail all orders to If any one had told my friends that Jim Donnelly, ugeutnt a binnll stibur- - j I was possessed of the slightest spark ban railway station, not seeing promo- - ' of romance at the age of forty-fiv- e the tioii where lie was. asked to lit? trans- - i information would hae been received furred to some mote pioiuhdng posi- - ' as a base canard. A bachelor of that tiou. The system was a long one. pen- age. who has drifted about with alt etrating into what were then the back- sorts of people and bumped up against woods of North America. The com- all sorts of adventures, is prettj sure pany needed men on the frontier, but to have had all romance knocked out unfortunately those positions were so of him. On a certain Tuesday I took a train unattractiie that the employees there could not be made to hold their places. at Elmer Junction for London, and as Jim was told that he might have a there were but few passengers I had passenger train in this region, but was a compartment to myself. I had been advised that the people traveling there busy with a newspaper for half an were hard to manage, and it was fear- hour when I noticed a small package ed that he would gi e up the job after lying under the opposite seat. I found It a plain pasteboard box and was prelearning the conditions. Jim had commenced railroading as a pared to find a specimen of free chewbrakeman. The salary of conductor ing gum or a new brand of troc!:i-- inwas much bettor than that of agent at side. It was something different, howan inferior station, and he decided to ever. It was a lady's diamond nng. accept the position. Another induce- made up of five stones of the purest ment was that if lie succeeded in run- water, and on the inside were the inning his train through the lawless dis- itials "B. IV The ring was a doiih'e trict with regularity he would be ad- hoop of gold and had probably Leon made to order. It was lying" closely in vanced to a higher position. The main trouble .Urn's predecessors the bos. and the box had once contain had expei fenced was collecting fares. ed steel pens. 1 argued that it must The people of the country made all have been some careless person who sorts of excuses for not paying their carried a valuable ring in that fashion. I am only a fairly honest man. My way, and if the conductor tried to put them off the train they would make a first idea was to keep the ring to my fight One conductor had been killed, own profit, but 1 remembered that 1 another severely wounded, and others was known to the railway porter and had been too frightened to insist on that the property might be traced to getting the fare. All this was explain- me. If not strictly honest I am prudent, ed to the applicant. Jim thought the matter over and and 1 therefore gave up the idea of made up his mind that he would fight converting the ring. 1 would hold it for a reward, however. Half an hour his way to a mastery of the situation He would not undertake the job with- rater I felt a curious sensation stealing out seeing it through. Tho lights the over me. I began to feel sentimental. conductor:; had expel lenced were with I began to connect that dear little ring individuals, and so long as he was not with a dear little blond haired, blue called upon to light several men at yed girl. I got up and kicked myself once Jim saw no reason why he should three times and called myself a fool, not stand as good a chance as the oth- but the feeling did not go away. To er fellow, though he was not a large my astonishment and indignation I man nor especially muscular Ilr-- was found it growing stronger, and before ijuite ingenious and relied on his think- I knew it the grip of romance had got ing powers to provide ways of collect- me by the neck. I was a man of leisure, though I had ing fares. Jim had been running his train sev- no great amount of money to tuy creeral days without trouble when a dit I would hunt up the owner of that wild looking man got on at a wilder- ring, and if all tilings went well 1 ness station, and when Jim asked him would marry her For a week I watchfor his fare the passenger, feeling ed all the newspapers, but the ring through Ids pockets, finally took out a was not advertised This seemed to dirty paper on which he had himself prove to me that the owner was either written a pass. Jim handed it buck rich and indifferent to her los or that to him with the laconic remark. "No for some reason the loss had not jet good.' been discovered. Ifomance made me The man began to berate with his tongue for insult anxious, and 1 therefore wen: to the ing him. at the same time putting his expense of advertising in five different hand to his hip for his revolver Jim papers. I simply stated that a diaput his hand Into his outside coat pock mond ring had been found on a railet and. pulling out a rubber bulb, re road train and asked the loser to corpcated his request for the fttre Tin- respond. man was getting his revolver in posi ..IkmU Inside of three days I receivi-tion for a draw when Jim plm-ii- l the K0 letters in rvplj The I ""hi u 'iters bulb before the rascal's (:Uf at: ! weie faker ami liars, and t!u true pressing it. tilled his eyvs with red loser hail not answered me I was a per. bit nettled at this neglect on r ,art-ei put 1 advertised again There was a howL the This time askting his hands to his eyes Jim. t.iU ed "I! 1'" to communicate with : in inir advantage of hN blindness, mad-- a case she had lost anything. There grab for his revolver and secured it were just 107 "15 IV answers, hut hitoo'.: among them 1 selected one whicl, Then, pulling the bell rop". the man by the collar ami IniM'i-- him to be genuine This "i:. P." to the door, giving him a Uiel: m bad lost a double hoop diamond rir. him off the tf.'iu. containing five stones. It had been to pay lost on a railioad train and v. as a The next man who refus-liis fare was a countryman, who relied birthday gift from a dead mother. I on his muscle to protect him from being was asked to call at the chambers of put off the train by the conductor The a certain solicitor to have the ring furstrong and ther identified. I was on hand at the fellow was cortainlj ptlded himself on being able to take appointed hour. So was a stern faced care of any man without the use of and aggressive looking householder, toanus. When Jim him for his gether witli a slick looking villain fare he searched for Ids ticket or pre- w horn I had once spotted for a detectended to do so. theti s;iid that he had tive and a young woman whose hair Inst it. Jim. v ho understood the man's was reil instead of blond The ring game, passed on tolle-tinWhen the was speedily identified by the stern train reached the next station he got faced man and red headed girl "It out. went to the baggage car, took a I " was ISertha Perkins, and her fa punch out of a bag. and when the titer and her ma'd were before tne. train started on went through the cars i'erkins was a coniury squire, anil on again. Coming to t!.c man who had the night previous to my finding the ost his ticket, he tuid b in that he ring his daughter's jewels had been must pay his fare or get olf the train, stolen. The hoop ring was part of the whereupon the passenger told linn that plunder 11 he was strong enough to eject him Of course I was ready to hand over lie was welcome to do so the ring, but it wasn't to stop there. ijuick as a Hash Jim gripped the The red headed maid was sure she man's nose with liU punch, which held recognized me as the man who was by means of a couple of sharp projec- hanging about the grounds a few hours tions. The nipped man fought like a before the robbery, and that villain of tiger, but every time he Mrnik a blow a detective was only too glad to snap Jim pressed the nipper, and in a very the handcuffs on my wrists and hurry tew minutes his prisoner ceased to me off to jail. struggle. Jim pulled the bell rope, but It took me three days to prove; myt.efore the train came to a full stop self respectable and to establish an hrew his prisoner into a ditch beside alibi. They had to give me my liberty, the road. but it was grudgingly done, and the Stories of the conductor's not el meth- delective said he'd have an eye on me ods of putting off travelers w bo refus- all the rest of my days. The romance ed to pay their fare w ere spread broadhad departed when was. locked up 1 cast by passengers who witnessed aiuc out of jail determined to secure Old I'erkins had helped them and lost nothing by repetition. reparation The countrymen along the line were the red headed girl to nncludr that used to fighting with their fists or their I was the robber, and I went down to icvolvcrs and were entirely put out of his couutry seat to receive an abject their reckoning by such unprecedented i.pology or pull his nose. He not only methods of warfare. It required but refused an apology, but threatened to 'hese two instances to stop the refusal l.ick me off the grounds, and the red beaded girl declared I had a cast in to pay fares, for sifter the second ejection no one else caied to take the risk my left eye. and by that cast she of running up against some new plan would swear me in any court as a if the conductor of accomplishing his man who would uot stop at murder. There was one more thing to lie clearpurpose. 1 ed up wanted to find out about Meanwhile the railroad was civilizing the people who lived beside it. A "15. P." herself. Was she the blond haired, blue eyed girl of my dreams, respect for law and order was creepI ing in. and public sentiment was turn- and was she worthy of my love? against the carrying of weapons, had not long to wait 1 was walking ing country seat to the village hi other words, the people were be- from the me coming a peaceful farming community. when a dogcart knocked road, down and and the Jim Donnelly's success in collecting rolled me all over the a txnrap and me to fares was noted In the general offices driver haltedwith call law. The driver me of the railroad company, and one day threaten P." Herthe hair was bleached, was "B. he received the appointment of diviher eyebrows colored and her nose sion superintendent up. She had a big mouth, bad The country through which the line turned milky eyes, and when she passes is now thickly settled, and Mr. teeth andshe whistled like a man. drove on Donnelly is vice president of the road. s th-pns-cug1 Henry Duncan's Barber Shop. . D. 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Page 8 POULTRY and EGGS EARLY LAYING The Central Record, Thursday Nov 5 1914. POTATOES AS FOOD. The Terror Of Darkness By SAMUEL E. BRANT "I have wondered." said Ned Foster, an episode that occurred to me to "since Unwise Policy to Force Chickens in the dark that blind persons are not Premature Maturity. all arrant cowards Children who fear There Is n vast difference In the time breeds nothing by daylight are timid when In which pullets of the different Women who and different strains of the same breed they ran see nothing will commence to lay, being anywhere will spend day after day in a house from four to nine months of age. writes alone will look under 'lie beds at night the editor of the Western Poultry Jour- for robbers, although at the time sur- Bible nal. I have known leghorn pullets to rounded by their family The late luil-.- ot Argyll in his hislay when they were 100 days old, but "While traveling I entered a city one tory of Scotland a that little oi never knew one thnt commenced under evening where there was a celebration nothing was unowu ot the potato in 135 days to make more than an ordimiddle of long past some sort and was obliged to sleep narily prolific hen. It Is no trick to of the same room with some one else Scotland until century. the Duchess The the eighteenth any breed lay In make pullets of almost i did see the other fellow, nor did Uuccleuch. in liei "Household Book" at four months If this object Is kept In he seenot There was a lied for each of the year 1701. speaks of the Kitato me. for view from the time the chicks are ( of us. and he was In his bed before as "an esculent of great rarity." I went to the room. Hugh Miller, in his "Schools and His face was turned from me. and all I could see of Schoolmasters." says that his materhim was a little bald spot on the back nal grandl.-ithe- r about the year 1740 of his head used to bring home in his pocket some "I undressed, put my wallet, contain three or toiu potatoes as great rarities Ing a couple of hundred dollars, under grown b.i the ueiilrj. for he was a my pillow, turned oil the light and friend of the head gardener at Balna-gow- n went to bed castle Thomas Carlyle tells us KMbiXtfPHBr!pEflK' "1 am uot an effeminate man or a that his father got possession of four coward by day'Ight. but I am fiee to potatoes aud knew so little about them confess that the moment I found my- that he hid them away foi a possible self in a dark room with a strange time of want and that potatoes were man an unaiiiess crept over me that Raved to be eaten Ml Halloween There I tried to think of I was ashamed of is no doubt that the Irish were the tirst the olden times, when taverns wen-sma- j people to recognize the value of the affairs ami one might be thank potato as a staple article or toon fill if he could get half of a bed with Youth's Companion. a stranger instead of a wliole ne to himself even in the same room. Imag COLORED MOTION PICTURES Inatiou began to work upon me. and it was not long before I had a picture They Are Mads by Using Screens of before me of tnj roommate standing Red and Green Glass. The Black Orplneton bneJ ot over me with a long knife in one hand fowls is of English origin ami was There ale colored motion pictures raised to drive into me. while the oth fiitt introduced in liSii. The bleed that are made so b Is believed to be a mixture of Mier was thrust under my pillow in picture being painted hand, each little separately. In norca, Langsltan and Pit mouth search of my wallet. Rock blood. The fowls 90011 became colors" .My throat was making pictures "in natural "I could not sleep IKipular, and new varieties were dry, and I wished for a drink of wa the film is the same as that of the orturned out. The typical Orpington, whatever the variety, is a UrKe, ter. I feared that if I arose to get one dinary motion picture. But in making stately fowl with rather short logs. my roommate might fear that I was It the speed is twice as fast, thirty The breast is full and round, the getting up fur some hostile design two pictures to the .second body deejr. As back broad and the "Colored" pictures are photographed against him. i was as much afraid a table bird it is excellent, and the hens ore good layers. his fears as I was of him However through mats or screens of colored L the night was as hot as my throat, and. glass. Two primary colors are used, groped red and green, witli a sympathetic slipping out of lied quietly, hatched, but these forced pullets are toward what I supposed to be the touch of blue When the machine that made prematurely ripe and decline rapmakes the photograph is started a deidly Into senile old ajre without ever be- wushstand. "What was my horror at putting my vice causes the red screen to pass becoming good layers. Steady growth and as the first photograph fore the full development of every part and hand on hair, uot only on hair, but the is taken, lens anil the green screen passes bald spot of a man's head th.it it sur function of the body are what we should I withdrew it immediately the same way as the following picture strive for more than early maturity. It rounded. is made They continue to do so alter and retreated on tiptoe. But since Is. as bad to allow the pullets to deI had no idea where nately as the film continues to be exvelop too slowly as It is to force them could see nothing early maturity. In all things there I was going I kept my two hands ex posed to The negative is developed and a posi Is a happy medium, and in the case of tended before me. and the first thing i egg production it means the maximum struck was some glass article with a tive printed, and when run through very large top and a very small hot the projecting machine the color result. The dry mash or ground grains for torn. It fell and with the usual crash screens are used In the same way as when the negative was made, red and maturing pullets should not be tx rich made by breaking glass "I heard nothing from my roommate, green pictures being flashed on the rfstimulating, as It will force theni Those colors that too rapidly. Such mashes can but fancied that he was doing just screen alternately I would do under the circuare in sympathy with the red are given when the pullets are of full what te size and ready to lay, or If they do not mstancesthat is lie had grasped what- brought out. and those that are in sym!ay when the proper time arrives ground ever defensive weaiHin he had and was pathy with the grePii are shown In grains and n'eat, rich in protein, are re- prepared to defend himself to the the same way. and through the persistported to, and the pullets readily re death I stood horror stricken after ence of vision we do not notice the spond to this feed. In raising pullets knocking over the glassware, I my heart changes. Instead they blend harmonibeating like a kettledrum. listened, ously to our delight. Charles M. we should take into consideration the I felt sure that in American Bov specific purpose for which they are tie but heard no sound. I had awakened my roommate by putlgned. If we want them for eggs mil;, ting my hand on his and that he When Gas Was New. and do not care to keep them longer was keeping perfectly still so as not to There is a tradition to the effect that than the first laying year it will not lie 1 heard any movehimself. Had when domestic lighting by gas was leeessary to bestow as much care on reieal I would have fell easier still a novelty Sir Walter Scott intro'lit' feed as if we designed to use them ment Click: duced it into every room and staircase 'or breeders or retain them a second "Was it the cocking of it revolver or of the house that lie was building at mumiu for egg production An come from a Ahbotsfonl and did so without provione of those sounds hatched pullet which commences to laj cracking caused by that expansion under sion for any unexpected failure. His in the Mimuier or fall a'ld is fon-eto IieatV did not know, but under ex- entering into possession was made the -ipiil maturity will produce her great- citement I felt sure it was the former occasion for a house warming on a : numlier of eggs in the ten months A cocked pistol was undoubtedly point''lowing the dropping of the tirst egg 's) out into the darkness It made scale of considerable magnitude, and in the very middle of the festivities all f he is allowed to live will pro matters worse, for now would not tui-one-hal- f s to as many dare strike a match even if 1 could the lights suddenly went out The guests were left in absolute darkness iire in the next twelve months. t,'are-t'lli- y lind one until such time as mounted messengers grown her period if usefulness "1 stood still for what was probably may be and. while there is a minute, though it seemed to me a could return from Melrose, whither they had been dispatched with instruca great difference In hens, they will quarter of uu hour. Then, touching to lay from "." 10 SO per cent tile wall. I concluded to try to lind my tions to collect all the tallow candles f iheir tirst year's production the sec- - tied that I might possess myself of my and tin sconces or candlesticks which he village contained London Times nd Living season that K tliov which money Lint I did not know which v.. re.ired will. nir.r!iv way to move If I went wrong I Function of Literature. night stumble ov-- r the bed of my "A book." said In Johnson, "should In the dark a sense of "HOUSES FOR POULTRY. one either how to enjoy life or to leaves us I was obliged to show it." Was evei the function ot endure take a frightful risk, but it was no literature expressed more pungently ot Suggestions as to Location and Conworse than suspense I felt my way. JustlyV Any man who enjoys or en struction of Henhouses, in order to get plenty of sunlight, making no sound in my bare feet un- lures has a right to speak if In- - can Hioose a southern or southeastern ex- - til a board in the floor creaked under If be can help others to enjoy or en my tread pl'MI!V dure be has a right to speak, if he ".My hear: stood still, and so did L If possible make use of natural sheldoubt as to his part in life, while if he "Then I reiiieinbeied that sound ter against cold winds. Select the cannot ecstaticall. enjoy he can at a lit II. an orchard or alone does not give direction, and 7'iiilhcru side of good tiumnredly endure. a tJ grew bolder Passing my hand along least buildings. Benson in Oritur Magazine I came to the door frame. The house must be dry. A site that '.he wall. jirovides natural drainage Is desirably N'ow I had my bearings I rememberMore Than He Needed. Locate the house in as convenient a ed that my bed was beside the door, "At tile end ot Sie hours and half In another moment I reached it possible. and place as if you are in town." said the judge, Fri-sair houses should always be Possessing myself of my money. I "you will be :irrestcl on the same I had umiI Cold air. if dry and without stood considering what to do charge." no match with which to strike a light drafts, is conducive to hen health. "You may five full hours of that tlmi t'locrs may be earthen, board or ce- ::nd would, not dare use It If had one. back." said the lawbreaker "1 can may be damp I concluded to take advantage of be- get along witli the thirty minutes," ment Karthem floors mill are hard to clean. Board floors lli", near the door and get out of the Philadelphia Leilgei Kim even at the risk of being shot. ire best for portable houses. Cement iloors sire best for permanent houses "With my valuables In one hand 1 Scared. tnlockeil the door with the other: then. and may easily be kept sanitary. "What was the matter with old I slipped out into a pelting it quickly. Walls should be cheap and durable, Boozie when he called the doctor at providing warmth. They should be lighted hall Finding a speaking tube midnight lust night?" about five feet high In the rear and aatnly. I asked the night clerk to come "He thought he had lost his sense from six feet to eight feet high at the . me and gave him the situation Not of taste His wile's hat was on the laving been worked upon by the dark dining room table and be ate the front. The best types of roofs are the A is I had been, he bravely opened the grapes off It "- - Houston Post loor of the room I had left, went in roof. shed, or gable roof. Prepared roofing material is better and lighted the gas I followed him Golden Fleece. than shingles or tar paper. "There in the other fellow's bed was The noted order of the Solden Fleece - bald I hail seen turned topertinAll fixtures should be portable to spot is a military one instituted by Philip mit of easy cleaning. ward me. The clerk went up to the the Good, duke of Burgundy. In 142!). No answer. on man and spoke to him the occasion of his marriage with Hie clerk shook him Still there was Keep Pure Bred Hens. r the Portuguese princess. Isabella. common, :i apparent consciousness. There is no dependence on now belongs to lioi It Spain and ' IIes sound asleep. said the clerk mongrel hens for egg production. At Austria. times individual bens will be found I noticed when he rami In that he that do good laying, but as a class vas very full.' If you know how to spend less than -Well.there is too much of a haphazard mixsaid I. "if the fool killer yon get. you have the philosopher's ture to realize any good results. Get .tumid come along he would take me stone. Franklin nid burn me at the stake " a laying strain of some pure breed. 1 ll PULLETS. At First Only the Seed of the Tubers Was Thought Fit to Eat. When potatoes were first used for food It was the "seed" or "apple" tnat was used, and it was some time before the tuber was found to be the most delicious foid Up to the end of the seventeenth century the potato was out of the reach of people of moderate It Is recorded that in HUB incomes shilling (23 potatoes were sold at cents) a pound in the London markets, but the sale was small Decanse so many people believed that the potato caused leprosy nml fever. Others declared that they were endangering their souls it they ale the potato, since the tuber was not mentioned In the LUKE MCLUKE SAYS, MOTHER 0' MINE. After a man has had a bride and an If I were hanged on the highest hill. automob'le for a while he begins to take an interest in other models. Virtue may be its own reward, but it is seldom big enongh to purchase expensive gowns and willow plumes. Ignorance may be bliss. But that don't keep a woman from hiring a private detective to trail her hu3band. The Stork is a mean old cuss. He waits until you give the baby buggy away because the first baby has learned to walk, and then makes another call. Mother I know whose love . Banner Price ior Cattle. ocooMaooocj Mother If I were drowned Mother o' Mine, export cattle in this section 10 adverI know whose tears would come to me. State. o.er imr Mother o' Mine, Unea. ami will u wo l,r.e of the If I were dammed of bedy and soul. noun, frouf charge AMERICAN SANTA CLAUSi Mother o' Mine, t I know whose ptayers would make me Poll Anens Rllll oolf fnf i.U whole. Mother o' Mine. Phone :i-G- . WILL VISIT FOREIGN J. M. Cress. MANY OBSERVE For Sa!e:-- tons of good clean timothy hav. Fred Conn. Charley Sing, a Chinese gardener, Fon Sale Xice driving mare. 7 pedeles truck in Salt Lake City. One Paris papers comment m very touch- years old. Gentle. of his best customers is a banker. Miss Jennie Higgins. ing terms upon the anticipated voyage One morning Sing drove up to solicit of the American Santa Clause to Mr. J. B. Woods of Paint Liek ha3 orders for vegetables and he found the ' European ports on one of Uncle Sam's some nice stock hog3 for sale. Large banker working amongthe flowers in battle ships to bring Christmas presents enough for meat hogs. the yard. It was Decoration Day and to children of sorely tried European the bank was closed. Ky. Ked Berkshire rilt. "You no work today?" inquired Sing. families. It will not be the soonest I LOST-- A "I should say not!" replied the banker forgotten of the minor incidents of the weighs about 80 pounds. war. "this is a holiday;" Hayden Leaveil. "Me work all same," said.Sing. "Me For Rent: Four rooms for smalt work all same every day Vept Sunday STANFORD. family. Apply to Mrs A. B. or Cathafternoon." erine Ely. Paint Lick, Ky. "What do you do Sunday afternoon, Miss Anna Ellis is the guest of Miss if you dont't work?" inquired the Strayed to my place, a yearling banker. Mary Rout. 'Jersey steer, weight about 600 pounds. "Me washee plenty shirt last all Miss Mary Dee Kennedy is the gue3t T. C. Rankin. week!" was the Chinaman's reply. of Miss Sudie Ellis. I have 12 Jersey cows, just fresh. li. iNeai, ot me west tnd, is re" ' also a lot of heifers for sale. Register- -' THE HORSE IN WAR TIME. ported quite ill of pneumonia. ed stock. G. B. Swinebroad. Lancaster. Evidently the warring nations across Mrs. Mattie Nevius is the guest of For Sale, the water are finding uses for all the her sister, Mrs. Nannie Hiatt at Louis-- 1 n agent of the vilie horses they can get. One two year old horse colt at John French Government now is buying Mrs. John Roberts and baby of Brod- - Dotys' Marksbury. Ky.. colt 13 worth . ... . ! . norses in iveniucKy. anu ureal Britain head are visiting her sister, Mrs. L. B. $200 will take $100. is making purchases both in the United j Hilton. ! States and Canada. FOR SALE: 15 shoats weight 180 Mrs. Woodie Hale is at home after a War is destructive to human life and j visit to her sister. Mrs. Spink at Coles- - pounds each. , 1.0 ' '!., . . ,.... F j. ulcm i ... Mr. Will Lear. msu i c uc.iuui.uic ui rt.ijuii! Iiiic. .111. burg. steed to battle driven has been im Lost: Plain Gold Ring with initials Miss Mable Gumm, of Lexington, mortalized in song and story. He has spent several days here last week with R. A. L. on inside, between Danville illumined the pages of history and the and Lancaster. Liberal reward if repriests and prophets of Holy Writ have friends. turned to this office. Mrs. Mildred Beazley of Lancaster, paid tribute to his prowess. We had Fifty bushels of Little Red Clover hoped gasoline would save our good is here for a visit to relatives and free of all weed seed, right from friend, Dobbin, but great as is the use friends. of the motar, the horse is just as Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Smith of Gratz, thrasher made three bu. per acre. T. T. Walker. necessary, and he is found to be as Ky. have been the guests of Mr. and Connersville, Ind., R. R. No. G. useful as he ever was for draging field Mrs. W. G. Smith. guns, packing machine guns and for Miss Elizabeth Vermillion of Dan Hager Bros, of Bryantsville have a the use of cavalrymen. ville was the guest of Mis3 Gertrude good pair of 4 year old work mules, Wilkinson last week. and a full out fit of farming machir.ery Mrs. and Mrs. Walter G. Smith were for sale. FOOL FASHIONS. FASHION the guests of his uncle John Quisen- FOR SALE: A good Jersev cow. berry at Eubank last week. FOOLS. OR WHAT. J. F. Higgir.3. Mr. and Mr3. Walter W. Saunders, For Rent: I desire to rent for the The following clipping from the pen and Capt. and Mrs. J. L. Coffey spent 3 ear 1915 about 135 acres of land locaof the gifted Kansas author and states- Sunday in Danville with relatives. ted about 3 miles from town on Buckman, William Allen White, may lead to Mr. and Mrs L. W. Hughes have eye road. A. W. Kavanaugh. some profitable reflections; returned to their home at Memphis That's some dress you've got on, lit- Tenn. after a visit to his mother Mrs. For Sale tle girl it sure is. That delicate, Julia Hughes. A farm of 113 acres, five miles from clinging, crinkly stuff in the prettiest The Rook Club met with Mrs. J. W. Lancaster near Buckeye pike on good cloth on the store counters; that silk Baughman on Tuesday afternoon. All dirt road, stone house with with eight Persian sash of many colors so gracefully swathed about the center sections the members were present and the rooms, new tenant house on place with of your anatomy would knock the spots afternoon was a very charming social three rooms, 2 good tobacco barns. Good land for hemp, tobacco and all off Joseph's coat. You are corseted affair. Misses Josephine Beazley and Miss grain. If interested call on, Dave and tailored according to the most extreme models in the advance fashion Katherine Harris entertained a number Anderson, R. F. D. No. 3 Lancaster, of their friends on Hollowe'en night at Ky. books. your a party. All the guests masqued and a Bui your neck is too low and Wa$smann has been elected "Eminent sleeves are too short, and your skirt is very pleasant evening was spent Wizard" of the World's Master far and away tighter than skirts ever Mrs. B. B. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Magicians. werJe meant to be. And that graceful Norwood. Miss Uorothv Nnrwnnrl nf your dainty left ankle Lexington, and H. slit exposing C. Campbell. of j Along the busy street (hows a stocking above your pump that Wayland, line goes by, TJe were the guests of Mrs. Annie is almost transparent enough to read And the sun goes dark Prewitt and Miss Lena Palmer Sunday. through. And you havent any more Against a weeping sky. Prescott Brown entertained the Camp I know you a rabbit-yo- u petticoat than For I see a little box. . Fire Girls and their fripn.U haven't. still. n?nn- - o v,;t, Oh, you're some swell, you are! Have nnW nt:i.r.,i ! Some Some childish voiceno:smore little feet will run you noticed how the loafers around the refreshment were served and after Upon the happy hill. grove rubber after you as you trip de- spending several pleasant hours there, murely by on your way to the uplift the crowd went out to enjoy Hollowe'en. And binded with hot tears, lectures? And have you been thinking, The only thing I see Ed. Trayior, of the Dudderar Mill! little foolish one, that they were rub- neighborhood was taken quite ill Sun- -' Is a happy liU!e baby face. bering out of pure admiration? Ask day, while he was That waits at home for me. at his home alone. your brother about it. If he's got any He was moved to the home of his Ard I run toward my home. sense, he'll tell you some things that brother, Dan Trayior, near this city Away from that dread dard line. will be hard on vour vanity and good where he will receive the very best of And my heart cries out in broken voice: for your soul. And if you've got any attention. "Oh. Gcd. if it had been mine!" sense, you'll take his word for it; you'll Mrs. Susan Curtis and son, Clyde lay that dress, away and don something BOOKKEEPING that is wide enough around the bottom Curtis, west to Nashville Tenn. Sunday. Business. Phonography Mrs. Curtis was called there by the for two petticoats and one pair of legs. TYPEWRITING and For there never was a dress designed illness of ner son; W. B. Curtis, who TELEGRAPHY little girl, that is half so beautiful as a met with a very peculiar accident at WILBUR R.SMITH BUS1HES3 COLLEGE his home while pruning fruit trees. He iaffjantri nd Srassar ii ConawcJ KV ctlj.Isinnir; young girl's modesty. !ia It fell out of the tree striking a stick, and I'reaidMit bmic-Mi-jnnvt eTperi'nco la . bankluj al3& year Hncutin; M.iwhich penetrated his lung. The wound Tonn" men ao'l woma for surf it, tfaintr now. Mr7MWII.uritK..VlllTll,l.exi!lBlon.H7. TWO RINDS OF CITIZENS. is serious. Patriotism manifests in many and Rev. J. A. Trostle returned home SHALL FARM OR LOTS various ways. Some people are willing Monday from Anderson county, whete to die for their country and a few are he has been holding a revival at the FOR SALE. willing to live for their country which Anderson Presbyterian church. He is much harder. Some are eager to had thirteen confessions and a splendid I have sixteen acre3 of land, frontshow their patriotism by holding a job meeting in every way. Rev. Parks, ing on pike, within six miles of 3 county-seatat a fat salary and are willing to vote pastor of the church brought Rev. close to school and churches, the party ticket straight and work for Trostle home Rev Trostle will leave which I will sell as a whole or in lots the party if the said party can keep Wednesday for Brison Coal mines at of two acres or more. them and most of their family in office. Mingel Hollow near Middlesboro to Also 3 acres, fronting on pike, has Possesspring of everlasting water. but let someone else want the same hold a series of meetings. office and their loyalty and patriotism sion at once. Will sell on easy term3. gets very weak and often dies a sudden Tuesday, election day, passed off G. B. Swinebroad, way, altho more Lancaster, Ky. death. The small ways in which pa very quietly in every triotism may be shown seldom attracts. interest was manifested than had been seen from the A man serves his town or country in expected. As has been county quite a FOR RENT FOR THE YEAR some official capacity and we dwell up vote cast in Lincoln did on his work and perhaps magnify it number of the democratic farmers 1915. and forget or fail to notice the man not come out and vote. The democratic leaders are very much pleased over the 10 room house with good cisterns A that cuts down the weeds in his back they received in Lincoln. all necessary out buildings, and 15 acre, lot and whitewashes for his neighbors majority that 1575 votes, Willson of land, including a large garden, stable sake as well as his own. An officer Beckham received 1569, Spilman 1214, Camden lot, good orchard and pasture. This may give his life in a day, but the man 1275. Helm 120, Nicholas place is 1 mile from Paint Lick, Ky.. his whole life to the uplift of 1544, Bullitt 1261, Vance who gives 118. on the Richmond and Lancaster turna town, without any remuneration is 113 and Holtzclaw patriot. Two kinds of citizens The November term of Lincoln Cir- pike. There is another pike at the side also a are in every town, traitors and patriots. cuit Court convened here on Monday of residence and there is a rural route on each pike. There are two railroad There is no middle groundof neutrality. with Judge Charles Hardin of and CommonweaithAttorney stations, with Express offices, one J of The patriot does his full duty to the community, votes, expresses his opin- E. V. Puryear of Danville on hands. a mile, and the other one mile distant. ion, and bears cheerfully his portion of After the grand jury and the petit jury We are in easy walking distance of the community's work. The traitor were chosen and charged, court was Paint Lick's flourishing High School. lets the other fellow do the work and dismissed until Wednesday maraing on It is an ideal place for a travelling man account of election. Judge Hardin, as with children to educate, who desires wants to reap all the benefits. usuel delivered a very forceful address to place his family in a good neighbor-hoo- d, He serves his country best and healthful location. It is in pure life and doeth right- to the grand jury, calling their attenWho lives a tion to the violations of the law and very easy walking distance of two eous deeds, ' And walks straight paths, however requested them to make a thorough in- churches, 1 mile to another, and about vestigation of them. There are Si num- 2J Shcli. miles,, to two others. These others stray, And leaves his' sons, as uttermost ber of cases of interest and importance are bf the Reading denominations. For that are due to come up this term, one further particulars address, Dr. Nelson .bequest, record which all men may is the murder case against Ray Stew- Mays, R. R. No. 2, Paint Lick ' read. Kentucky. art, who killed AdBeraon Carr. . Mr. C. P. Cacil this morning to Mr. Monte Fox sixty-si- x head of o' Mine. 1151-lKXOort cattle. It is saiH thnt would follow me still, the bunch is one of the finest ever sold J o' Mine, in Boyle county. The price was $9.00 in the deepest sea. per hundred, the highest price paid for b. FARMER'S COLUMN the excln-iv- r and U for tiling' oa .suatc '.wow rin beading ! tot ne of our farmer sntiscriber-i- . I :tie Ml of aim k. grain unit such of the 'arm the litrincr citiinoc afford tise. No notice will accented IT THIS WAY 5 FORTS. SAUERKRAUT. Who was it first invented kraut, and put it in a barrel: Some scientist should find it out, and deck his tomb with laurel. For kraut's a good old nonest uisn, and when, with eager talons, we throw it in our holds, we wish that we could eat three gallons. For sauerkraut's savory and clean, and not the least corrody, and it contains no nicotine, or benjamin of soda. I always give a joyous shout, glad of my feelings inner, when grandma says she'll cook some kraut (with other things) for dinner. And towards the stove, throughout the day, with anxious eyes I'm looking; and neighbors seven miles away all know just what's a cooking. The incense that you read about around the dump is gropin' when granny cooks a mess ot kraut and leaves the windows open. I see the neighbors going by, they sniff the sauerkraut boiling, and often I cdn hear them sigh: "For kraut I'm fairly spoiling!" Ah; sauerkraut is a noble dish, beloved of wise oiu iogtes: And why do toolisli people wish their weed in plugs'or stogies? BY WALT MASON. . I ' 1 1 The Master's Voice. "We have come." said the chairman of the committee, "to ask you to take The city needs a this Humiliation man like you strong, brave, selr made, self reliant, owning no master, fearing no man." The great man was visibly touched. "I'll not deny." said he. "that your kind words have shaken my resolution. I trust that, tf elected. I may justify your confidence and prove that I am indeed strong, tirave. self reliant; that I own no master and fear no man. Suppose you wait a minute till I see if my wife will let me accept?" New York Times Recognized. S.-a- v la-a- Pennsylvania lawyer known throughout the state for his sharpness once met his match in a very unexpected quarter. An old woman was being cross examined by him as to how the testator bad looked when be made a remark to her about some relatives. "1 don't remember. He's been dead three years." she answered testily. "Do you mean to tell toe that your memory is so bad that yon cannot go back three years'i" demanded the attorney. The witness was silent. "Did he look anything like ujeV" the lawyer finally ventured. "Seems to me he did have the same sort of vacant look." responded the old lady. New Orleans Picayune. A " 1 1 e two-third- To Make Business a Science. The science ot selling offers u great field for study for the department of commerce and for the many business schools which are springing up in our colleges. Commerce Is not mere money getting: It is a science, ns hanking and It law and medicine are sciences should be studied as such, for with sucb study comes not only greater efficiency, but a higher standard of ethics as well . There is no more press-inpublic service to be done than the discovery of the best ways of reducing the "st of distribution and of elevat Ing business to the standards of a pro lession. World's Work. g sr. 1 Thoughtfutness. "Lady." said Plodding Pete, "would yon mind letting me have some inns tard or some horseradish:" "What forV I haven't given you anything to eat." "No one knows It hetter'u me P.ut I'm a member of the S. P (J A. an harbor no grudge That dog of yours has jes' bit a piece out o" my leg an' I want to give him some seasoning" Washington Star One Way to Get It. have come to your town to get some atmosphere in my new story." "Well, it you go fight down the street and turn to the right, then keep on to the first engine house on your way. they'll probably lend you their pulmotor" Baltimore American "1 -' s, 1 Pleasant Outlook. "Well, dearest, I'll speak to your father tomorrow You might put him in a good temper for me." "Yes. I'll be so beastly obstinate thnt he'll be pnstively grateful to you for taking me off his hands." London Opinion. Did Her Best. "Mary, were you entertaining a man In the kitchen last night?" "That's for hint to say. mum. 1 was doing my best with" the materials 1 otild t!nd." Liverpool Mercury. Chronic Grouch. "Have you got dyspepsia?" -No." tf. 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