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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 12, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914111201_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 12, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWKNTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 12, 1914. Notice. NUMBER 32. See us for your The open season for hunting begins November 15th and every hunter should procure his license beforn going int the iield. dpi Mjrgrijgriig!gjfigMfgrii;:-r- j We Are Headquarters m Id" PRETTIEST BABY. Roofing, The prize given at the picture show for the prettiest baby was awarded the baby of Mr. and Mrs. L. Manuel who live on Hamilton ave. The prize was a handsome child's rocker and was given to the baby receiving the greatest number of votes. e E3 H For HEATING STOVES k m H Guttering and DIES IN CALIFORNIA. Hon. J. Tevis Cobb of Richmond, died at the home of a brother in Los Angeles, where he had gone in the hope of recovering his health. He was one of the ablest attorneys at the Richmond bar and was well known in his profession thruout the state. His body was brought to Richmond for burial. i I m I 1 jHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMgjiNllFiMJmMttBlK I sz HEAVY WEIGHT VEGETABLES SHEET METAL WORK. Walter Turner now claims the heavyweight championship for cabbage, while Davis Sutton claims the champion beet. are on These Garrard heavy-weighexhibition in the Record office window, where all who care may get a look. Wonder who raised the largest turkey in the County? ts ifSBBBBBt 3. P Ip (IS' Hon. C. A. Hardin. Candidates for the respective political parties for the nomination for Circuit Judge of this Judicial district will be selected at the next August 1915 primary. In this issue of the Record, Judge Charles A Ha.-din-, who now holds the office, filling out the unexpired term of the late Judge M. C. Saufley asks for the democratic nomination It has long been an established custom of the par ty to renominate faithful democratic officials who honorably and efficiently perform the duties of the office during the first term as an endorsement, and especially is this true of a democrat who i3 filling out an unexpired term. Since Judge Hardin has been upon the circuit bench, which has been abut three years, h has worked hard and succeeded in clearing the docket and kept it practically clean of both criminal and civil cases. The criminal laws have been enforced without fear or tavor which has resulted in the most orderly condition, taking the entire district in consideration, that has ever existed. He has been universally courteous to the members of the bar, polite and considerate in his dealings with all officials serving in his court, and has been unusually affable and pleasant with jurors and all those having business in the courts. Judge Hardin is a good democrat, a learned and capable judge, polite and affable, both on the bench and in his socal dealings, with peoplv an honorable christian gentleman, and is in every way suited for the high and responsible position he now holds. It will be a difficult task for any one to offer a single convincing reason to the democrats of this district why another should be selected to take Judge Hardin's place as judge of the thirteenth Judicial district and we feel confident that Judge Hardin will De renominated by a sweeping majority over any and all who may SPek the nomination against him. STILL LEADS BESTSELLERS. The Bible is now printed in about GOO languages. It amazes one to know so many languages are read throughout the world. Eighteen millions of Bibles have been printed and put into circula tion by the various Bible societies dur ing the last 12 months. This goes to prove that the Good Book id still the best seller of all ages, and is likely to so remain. 1 53' i 1 THE BEST KNOW HEATING STOVE HADE I All kinds of repairing q uiek- ly done. We carry at all times a full line of Farm 1 m Wholesale 2nd Retail HARDWARE. 'HfiaiaiiiiaiiipBi:Q:fii(iirgfEirgfBirB. nifgJarmiarrUi aselders Bros. 3C 1L Machinery and Machine Repairs. If you DON'T KNOCK. LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. 'SS3C&SKS331 are a kicker and see the shadow of failure in everything that is proposed to help the town, for heaven's sake go into some secluded canyon and kick your own shadow on the clay band, and thus give men who are working to build up a town hollow-eyea chance. One whining kicker can do more to keep away business and capital from a town than all drouths, short crops, cyclones and blizzards combined. long-faced, d, P El D New Goods Arriving Daily. prepared to serve our patrons and friends and solicit your trade, assuring you some rare bargains in We are now up-to-d- ate ENJOYABLE SOCIAL EVENT. PAINFUL OPERATION. Free Air Free Storage And Plenty of Light. We are now prepared to do all Automobile repair work on the shortest notice One of the most enjoyable annual events of the town is the silver tea at the Presbyterian church. A delightful lunch is always served, delightful peo ple are always tnrown together and a happy, informal hour is spent together. The "social" that will take place tonight will be no exception to the rule. Besides the good time one has, that little silver piece you give these good ladies will go on doing good as they are educating a girl in the mountains and doing other work. OUR GOVERNMENT CARRIES ITS OWN ARGUMENT The "moonlight school" idea carries its own forceful argument. Why shou'd the intelligent people of Kentucky need to be dragooned into supporting so worthy a cause? We are far down in the list of States in point of illiteracy, altho our whisky stands in the front rank and our fast horses are unrivaled. What has become of our pride that we can face the world unashamed? Is Garrard doing her part of the work in this movement? All honor to the teacher who is helping even if in a small way. After a very painful operation upon one of bs eyes, in the Losanti Hospital WANTS KENTUCKY at Cincinnati, where he has been for the past ten days, we are glad to anHORSES FOR ARMY. nounce that Mr. George Smith Jr. is Anticipating a scarcity in horses as a improving rapidly and hopes to return . result of early purchasing bv warrine home Eupopean countries, tha United States Government is making preparation to supply the calvary service with Kentucky PROTRACTED MEETING animals before the state is drained of AT HI. OLIVET. its stock. The Washington Government has Our popular Methodist minister. Rev. asked for bids on Kentucky horses, for S. H. Pollitt, assisted by Rev. Lee will immediate delivery to Port Royal, Va. begin a protracted meeting at Mt. The animals are for calvary use and are Olivet next Sunday. Rev. Pollitt is a to be more than three and a half years forceful speaker and we know much old. These recent heavy purchases will through tend to improve the breeding stock of good will be accomplished him. horses and will also have a tendancy to streghten the future demand for mules. next-week- goods. a. M. LYONS --"" Successor to R. S. Brown. " " " i NOTHING Wlf UNDER THE SUN. GUESSING CONTEST ON NUMBER OF SEED PUMPKIN. IN MAMMOTH t and by an expert mechanician. Give us a call. ; Lancaster Motor Co. - Garage Stanford Street. Please hand us that $ Come to Moores closing out sale. Things are selling cheap at Moores. Clothing sale Saturday A few fished off the fishing fever Friday. Hon. J. M. Farra, R. L. Elkin and Percy Noland are thinking of starting a sardine factory if their luck keeps up. Notice. Just in, at Moore's. a barrel of new kraut at Balls. See prices on ladies and shoes, at Moore's. It is against the law to hunt without hildrens license, and all persons intending to hunt should take out a license. Money Ready. Has Carnegie's peace palace been turned into a fort? Get coupon of seed in 'the The Courier years old last live! The money for the school teachers of and guess on the number the County will be ready for distribupumpkin in our window. tion next Saturday, so our school Superintendent, Miss Jennie Higgins Journal was torty six informs us. Sunday, Long may she Lecture At School Auditorium. Mrs. R. A. Ogg, one of the speakers There .will be a Silver Tea at the Prrsbyterian church Thursday night who will address the Farmers Institute will, also, speak at the School AudiNov. 12th at 7:30. V torium Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Always something to do. White- Her lecture will be on domestic science washing is over but the leaves and and all should avail themselves of this summer's debris is to be cleaned up. opportunity to learn and be ' entertain ed. girls paint their faces Just because is no reason why the boys should paint the stone gate posts, and concrete walks. LOST. Foe Sale: Two. Harley Davidson Between the Lancaster Motor Co., garage and one mile out on Crab Motor Cycles 1913 Models. First-clas- s Orchard pike, a starting crank, Finder condition. Apply or write. Storme&Dnig 'Store. please return to this office.-- ' Now that the election is over, we have Thanksgiving day to look forward to when the world at large gives thanks by stuffing itself to repletion on turkey. Before we are well over the gastro-nomicFOOT BALL SEASON. disturbances of Thanksgiving will be whooping it up This is the season when the battle the newspapers on the "do your Christmas Shopping cry of the gridiron can be heard all So history repeats itself year over the land and every eye is turned early." in and year out. game, when on the great it is said the largest crowd that .has ever been seated in the worlds history PRICE OUTLOOK will witness it. The Yale Bowl 13 an oval shaped concrete structure with a FOR TOBACCO. seating capacity of 64,000 and 9,000 The Regie factories in France are standing room. The applications for located out of the war fields and retickets closed a week ago as they were ported running up to full capacity to over applied by 12,000 seats. Simithe troops. The Record, always belieying in a furnish tobacco for reports come from the German facup to date paper, will run lar readable, tories. The same is true in Italy and some feature pages on this great game European markets for Ky. giving the pictures of captains and other of the England's factories are tobaccos'. leading players, as well as scenes where furnishing the soldiers, the home marthe great games are played. kets and the colonies withno abatement in amount. NEW FIRM. Uncertainty and its result on prices is being cleared up. Grocers were inOn the first page of this paper apbuy large stocks of coffee at pears the advertisement of Mr. G. M. duced to an advance in price, because of the Lyons, who recently purchased the stock of dry goods, clothing, shoes, war, when the importing and wholesale would be one of Mr. trade knew that coffee millinerv etc, of R. S. Brown. depressed in the products to Lons has had 16 years experience in price. We werebe greatly Kentucky's told that the mercantile business at Valley View would have little de' Ky, end needs no introduction to a black tobaccos many people in this section of mand. Of course the buyer would like great get the crop at former lower prices. the state. He believes in advertising, to consumption of tobacco in his new goods arriving daily, The total and with Europe should increase during the war. in style and low that are Especially should this be true of the down in price, he should easily get his class of product produced in both sec share of the patronage of the people of tions of Kentucky. community. this The Crimean has been the only war He asks us to say that the entire competent clerks, employed by where tobacco was forbidden to the force 0f troops. The order was quickly rescindMr. Brown, will, remain with him. ed. It is the universal experience that Miss Nannie Anderson as heretofore, tobacco is in great demand by the fight dewill have charge of his millinery ing armies, and reports from the camps partment. in Europe tell that the first effort of Get a coupon from McRoberts, David soldiers on entering a camp is to ask son & Doty or out of the Central for the one stimulent which is not denied. Rcord and win one of those prizes.' al Yale-Harva- rd te The mammoth 85 pound pumpkin now on display in the window of the Record office, has created so much interest, we have decided to have a guessing contest as to the number of seed it contains, the contest to close on Saturday November 28th at noon, on which day the following prizes will be awarded. To the one guessing the nearest number of seed in the pumpkin will be awarded a 5 pound box of Miss Holli- day's candy- - This premium is given by Davidson and Doty, our local and progressive grocers, who handle this popular candy. To the second nearest guess to the number of seed, will be awarded a box of 50 fine cigars, given by R. E. McRoberts, the well known and popular druggist. To the third nearest guess to the number of seed, the Central Record will give a box of visiting cards. To the fourth nearest guess to thp number of seed, will be awarded a vears subscription to the Central Record. The guesses are absolutely free and are to be made out on coupons that can be found only in the Central Record and at the stores of Davidson and Doty and R. E. McRoberts. With each cash purchase of 25 cents at either of tha above merchants a coupon will be issued you upon which your guess is to be made. Those printed in this paper can be used and brought or mailed to this office, with your name and address, where they will be deposited in a sealed box until the contest closes Nov. 28. The pumpkin can be seen at any time in the window of the Central Record office. Get a coupon and get busy. Wanted 5,000 good fat Turkeys up to December 20th, at' highest market H. B. Northcott price. Rack your brain, use your logic, let your judgment solve the theories of DOLLAR IVilLLlON THE YSTERY The most stupendous, thrilling moving picture play of the time. Intense, dramatic thrills in every foot of the reels. A feature that has set the whole community guessing. No expense has been spared to make this picture one of the greatest ever produced. The home of "Hartgrave" the Millionaire, formally known as "The House of Mystery" was alone purchased by the makers of this film for the immense price of $250,000.00 Friday Night. and faithful Butler Jim, the reporter, and the hear of the daring plot, of the conspirators, to capture Floreuce and take her to Russia. But Jim is not to be outdone by them See how he turns the tables. ever-watchf- ul At'tfhe OPERA HOUSE. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Nov 12 1914. Tha readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there s 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 blood 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 Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. Sold by all Druggists. 75c Take Hall's Family PlUa for constipation. $100 Reward, $100 MI-O-N- A QUICKLY ENDS INDIGESTION FOR HEAD COLDS OR ANY CATARRH ILL' HEALTH AND WEDLOCK. J ERSEY Eat Your Favorite Food and Never Fear After-Distres- s. Cows FOR SALE L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. Having purchased the To Maysville, connecting at Kichmon Dairy herd of milk cows with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; C&O and heifers of the Blue at Winchester with Mount to Lexing' Sterling & ton & Frankfort, Grass Dairy and Ice Co, Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. the same is for sale as a To Rowland & Stanford connecting whole or by the head. at Rowland, L & N to all points South Some nice Jersey cows. No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & Come and see. ft. H. Bastin. HAMILTON AVE, N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. There is a way for you to eat what ever your stomach craves. Many will say "How I wish I could but I have 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 kicks up a fearful disturbance. a simple and inexpensive prescription, 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 indigestion, heartburn, biliousness, sour, a gassy or upset stomach, for tablets surely give prompt and lasting relief and perfectly harmless. Mi-o-n- a, McCKEAKY. Mrs. Jack Simsson is able to be out To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon again. Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Mr. Elish Forbs had a horse to die Green, and at Bardstown Junction to last week. Bardstown & Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Elish Forbs visited at No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast Buena Vista Saturday night and Sun day. train to Bristol & Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beazley visited her ! mother, Mrs. Lizzie Walker, Saturday lounty Court Days. end Sunday. Richmond, 1st. Mondav. Mr. aid Mrs. John Ham visited his Paris, 1st. Monday. parents at Hyattsville Saturday night Frankfort, 1st, Monday. and Sunday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sebastian, Mr. and Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Mrs. Ben Ham spent Sunday with Mr. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. and Mrs. C. C. Barnett. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. There was a pie supyer at Bradshaw Danville, 3rd. Monday. School House Friday evening for the Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. purpose of raising money to purchase Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. books for the school library. The pies Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. sold real well. Clarence Bolten got Somerset, 3rd. Monday. the pie tor the ugliest boy and Lula Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. Barnett got the cake for the prettiest LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. gill. Winchester, 4th. Monday. but we make no claim of making new Monticello. 4th. Monday. Men out of old ones by pressing out Versailles, 4th. Monday. WHY IS LANCASTER FIRM? their joints and other deformites. But Lancaster, Ky. rHffiSSlNG,.p is Our Business! we can make your The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful est extent of the law Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. P.. L. Elkin. by our of Cleaning G. W. Elan;. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney and Pressing them. This will add greatJohn M. Farra W. G. Anderson ly to your personal appearance. A J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. S. C. Henderson, B. M. Lear. trial will convince you. A. J. Caddell, W. S. Embry Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. II. C. Arnold Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. S. L. Rich. W. B. Ray. Henry Mooie. J. C. Morgan. We will add other names for 25 cent? cash. LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. Old Clothes POSTED Look Because Its Citizens Have Truth. Learned The Like New Ones Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Phone 230. Official Directory Of Garrard County. "Ircult Jurtce Hois. Ckpriea A. Hardin. CommotincRlthe Attornej Hon. Emmet Piir- - yeir. INSURE Your Circuit clerk William B. Maon. Master Commissioner W. H. Broun Trustee Jury Fund BeiiJ. F. Koliin-- o Official Curt Stenographer Miss Sue Ma -- cm County JudReC A.Arnold. County Attorney G. C. Walker. County Clerk J. V. Hamilton. Iliputy clerk Harry Tonilln-ol- i. Coroner J. A. Join's. Sheriff Deputy C A. Uobiii-n- n. After reading this generous and encouraging report from Mr. Austin those who have the misfortune to suffer, as he did, will naturally long to get similar relief. But to get the same good as Mr. Austin had, you should get the same remedy. There are of course, other kidney pills but there are are no other kidney pills the same as Doan's. That is why Lancaster people demand the genuine. I. D. Austin, blacksmith. Stanford pike, Lancaster, Ky., says; "I had weak kidneys and the kidney secretions were irregular in passage. My back pained me. Doan's Kidney Pills strengthened me in every way." The above statement must carry conviction to the mind of every reader. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy-a- sk distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mr. Austin had the remedy backed by home testimony. 50c all stores. Foster-Milbur- n Co.. Props. ' Buffalo, N. Y. "When Your Back is Lame Remember the name." BEREA. Jennie Hlg Mr. J. K. Baker sold a house and lot to Mr. William Long, Nov. 7th. TOBACCO against Hail, Now It costs no more to Assessor Dae Sander. Deputy Ase-u- r E. It. Kay. Jailer Dme Ross. fe'iperisoror I'.oads Cleveland Uourue. Treasurer J. W. Elmore. MACISTHATKn. J. X. White 1st. Dist. Ixrnu Iron .'ml. Diet. Jouu S. 11dm .:rd. DUt. Jarie-- j Coldirou Mi. Diyt. COUNTV IIJAIM) OK KDUCATlo:' TJiinnps Arnold. Jr. 1st. Dift. Superintendent of Kirs. tl.erlll otorge T. iinllard. Ml Rev. Childs C. Taylor of Louisville, is conducting a revival meeting at the Baptist church this week. Berea is justly pioud of its Graded school which was finished only a few weeks ago. Those people who believed in it least, are now glad they have it. The teachers report splendid attend ance. i protect it from the start, than to wait later on in the season. Insure it with Mcilnrtry. 2nd. IH,t. llendrcn. 3rd. DUt. Trioim. V. Klup. 4th. Dit. H1 O. J Mayor City Judge J. 1". l'ratber. City Attorney J. E. Robinson. CITV OF I.ANCA-.TK11.. G. Davidson. CItyClTk F.G. Hurt. F. P, FrJsbie Office at Citizens National Bank. Lancaster, Ky. City M. Mount. City Treasurer W. F. Champ. Chief 1'oiice I . E. Herron. COUNCILS.! EN Parker Gregory. J. H. Daltou W. M. Zauone. Sam Cotton. Dr. J. A. Amon. V. O. Goodloe The Epworth League of the Methodist church had a Halloween Pumpkin Pie Social Friday evening at the Graded School auditorium. The features of the evening consisted of music, speech es, Halloween games, fortune telling, besides the many goodies which were sold very cheap. The students and citizens of Berea enjoyed a rare frest at the College chapel Friday night and Saturday morning. Dr. Pateat, the emminent Baptist educator and President of the Furman University, Greenville S. C, spoke on Friday night on "The Rights of Young People". He is a very interesting speaker as he has a great sense of humor mingled with real philosophical ideas. On Saturday morn ing he spoke on "The Temptations of Christ". All who heard him had something good to carry away. Best Cough Medicine for Children. 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 jour 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-ou- r secretion and healing the sore spots dull headaches vanish you breathe freely. Even the worst cases respond quickly. It is impossible to use Hyomei mony. and not be immediately benefited. "In this country marriages before and nineteen Hyomei can be had from R. E. Mc- the ages of twenty-fiv- e respectively are contralndicated. beRoberts and is very inexpensive. cause, as a rule, previous to these periods of life the body is not fully developed, the different functions are not Jit. Hebron perfect, and any offspring developed by them In their Immature condition must Mr. D. C. Montgomery is very sick be deficient in vital power." with flux. HAIR" BRUSHES. "CAMEL'S Mr. W. B. Montgomery is erecting a dwelling house at Lock No. S. The Very Beit of Them Are Made From Squirrels' Tails. Mr. A. S. Dean boughtof Mr. Hunter Ray some corn at $3.25 per bbl. It may sound rather strauge. Dut it is nevertheless true that no brushes Mrs. Wm Onstott spent a part of last are ever made of camel's Hair, yet week" with relatives in Jessamine Co. they are asked for dally and sold as Mrs. Joseph Hicks remains quite sick such. There are very many kinds of hair and Miss Sallie Lou Myers is now with nsed in the making of "camel's hair" hr. brushes, such as bear, fox. rabbit, Madam Rumor Speaks of a wedding squirrel, etc.. and, indeed, one auwhich will take place here within a few thority states that over 150 sorts of brushes are known as "camel's hair" days. brushes, but there is only one definiNellie Verna the little daughter of tion accepted by the Britibh board of Mr. and Mrs. Auther Preston is quite trade i. e.. "camel's hair" brushes made from squirrel tails, these being sick. the best and most expensive. Doolin sold to Mr. Jesse Mr. Thos Real camel's hair is absolutely useRay a farm located near Bourne for less for making brushes and resembles $2000. color. soft tow of a only part Elmer Montgomery and J. E. Craw The mane of a camel is the possibly a which could be used, and ford who have been quite sick are able dozen brushes could be made from one to be out again. mane. As a matter of fact, tbere are only Mrs. Dennie Scott returned home Saturday from a two weeks stay at two specimens of brushes made from the actual hair of a camel iu existence. Martinsville Ind. The reason for the term "camel's hair" Miss Nora Moore and pupils at Sunny- - is the fact that a man named Camel Side entertained the Bourne School was the first one to make these finer kinds of brushes, and they became Friday afternoon. generally known as "real camel's hair Mrs. Edd Grow spent the first of last brushes "London Answers. week with her niece Mrs. BufordTeater Rosabelle's "Favah." at Pink, Jessamine Co. Never was there a blacker daughter Mr. Elverton Lumay sold his farm to of Africa than was Kosabelle Jackson C. W. Johnson price $1400. and also when, as a girl of but thirteen years, bought on Scotis Fork, price $700. she was taken into the home of Mr Miss Eliza Edgington is very low and Mrs. Deene. a childless couple a with typhoid fever. James Stone Jr. who purposed training Kosabelle into maid of all work. This they succeedwho is sick witn tile some disease is ed in doing, and so many admirable doing nicely. traits of character were developed in Mr. Robert Ogg and sister Miss Hazel Kosabelle that they became much atand Miss Euala Montgomery of Polly's tached to the girl, and her affection for Bend attended prayer meeting here tbem was pronounced. One day when was nearly thirty years old she Thursday night. came to Mrs Deene to ask a "favah" Mr. Thos. Hicks moved last week to of somewhat startling character. "I wants to ask Jess one favah. Mis the place purchased from Mr. J. W. Vanarsdall, the latter leaving for his Deene." she said. "DIs ia de favah want de home in Ind. the same time Mr. Hamlet If I do dies befo' you' does Jennings and family of Nicholasville lavah ob bavin" yon put a tombstone o'vih my grave an' have on it. 'Rosa moved to the house vacated by Mr. belle Jackson, only chile of Mlstab an Hicks and will remain there until the Missus Abner Deene!" New York first of the year. Cost Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson departed this Bitter Lady Lyttoti. life Oct. 26 inst. She had suffered for In "Unpublished Letters of Lady years from tuberculosis but her death Bulwer Lytton to A. E Chalon. II. A.," came almost as a shock to her children, the editor slips in the following wben She bore her afflictions patiently until referring to S. C. Hall's impressions of the end. She was G8 years cf age ana1 Lady Bulwer Lytton had for 52 years been a member of the "Mrs. Hal! was Irish, and Lady LytBaptist church and had lived a consistent ton had no partiality for her compa christian lite. Funeral services were l riots. On one occasion ber husband Daniel O'Connoll and other conducted on Wednesday morning at the church by Rev. J. I. Wills of Irish members at dinner, and S. C. day I saw Mrs. Beatyville and J. W. Mahan, pastor. Hall relates. 'The next arrangements in liulwcr directing some She leaves four daughters and two the dining room, which she told me sons to mourn the loss. They have the -- he was fumigating in order to get rid heart felt sympathy of their manv f the brogue." " friends. Tiger-lik- e Cat. Although he's no bigger than an ordinary house cat, the dasyure of the South American lunglcs is strong and fierce. lie has the temper of a tiger pent up In a soft coated, speckled body of tomcat size (jood lighter that he is. the dasyure never fights for his food, fer hi- - chief subsistence is the ant and other small insects, but when attacked by a man the latter very often gets the ht "Thedford's worst of it Wisconsin State Journal. is the best medicine yellow-brownish he 1 Conditions That Should Be Studied Be fore It Is Too Late. Marriage, from any point of view. Is of course a serious proposition, as it may bless or wreck two human lives. If not more. Not the least important of these points of view is that or the health of both parties to the coutract. The health commissioner or Pennsyl vania in an ollicial bulletin sslves the following advice to those about to marry: "First, a man should not marry unless Into a family with a history or reasonable longevity, free from hereditary disease. lie should not marry a woman advanced in life, delicate, feeble or afflicted with any luhcritcd deformity. The age most proper for women in this climate Is nineteen or twenty years and forjnen twenty-fou- r years. Women of a or twenty-fiv- e nervous temperament, those who are extremely Irritable, hysterical, subject to convulsions or to epilepsy from organic disease, ought to avoid matri- Prepared! 3 4- - Depend on us for quick service in supplying you with accessories at lowest prices. We can beat the mail order concerns. you get personal service when you buy your ries from us. 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Vjr. .T,.t4;iaijs.,.c j. feftfK-- a, xa tt'tjLp' .'' a,vj - aaap ;t3bri : lJ,ayt': The Central Record, Thursday Nov 12, 1914 KENTOCKIANS Page 3 RHEUMATISM-H- OT SWIFTLY RELIEVED HAIIKSBUK1. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Helm of Lebanon have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Turner. Mr W. C. Greening of Parson has been visiting relatives here and at Middleburg. Born, to the wife of Mr. Clay Clark, Mrs. Clark is on last Friday a boy. doing nicely. Miss Eugenia Pollard was the recipient of a nice box of chesnuts and persimmons from a 'special' friend. Mrs. Jno. Doty and daughter Margaret visited Mrs. Henry Sanders and Mrs. Rout at Paint Lick Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mary Chestnut desires to ask the ladies who promised to make for the sale to send them in hand-kershie- fs OF STOMACH ILLS BY MAYR REMEDY A Lover's Test By LOUISE B. CUMMINGS JOINTS STIFF FROM SPRINGS FAILED TO CORE-AN- DES MEDICINE DID THE WORK. Montgomery, Ala., June 10, 1913. Hot Springs, Ark., has a world-wid- e reputation as the mecca for the cure of all forms ot rheumatism. Invalids are carried there on stretchers, in rolling chairs. Every train brings some who are drawn and joints have become stiff and they come to bathe in the health-givin- g waters, with hopes of being restored to their normal health again. People of all walks of life are to be found here, all seeking that coveted goal. Health, the mainspring of all good and great things. However, these health-givin- g waters, with their wonderful fame as to their curative powers, some-timfail to give the sufferers any relief whatever. This is proven from this statement of Mr. J. D. Besershires living corner Mildred and Mobile streets, who has been a sufferer from rheumatism of es First Dose ofWondeaful Treatment Shows thousands of just such letters. This wonderful remedy shows results, safely, Results After Years of Suffering. and with the first dose. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy Many Kentuckians have found swift clears the digestive traat of mucoid acrelief from disorders of the stcmach cretions and removes poisonous matter. and intestinal tract by the use of Mayr'a It brings swift relief to sufferers from Wonderful Stomach Remedy. ailments of the stomach, liver and The first dose give results. It is not bowels. Many declare it has saved a long treatment. them from dangerous operations and Here are statpments taken from the many are sure it has saved their lives. letters of two KentucKy people who We want all people who have chronic have used the remedy: stomach trouble or constipation, no W. H. CLARKE, Central, City, Ky.-"- The matter of how long standing, to try medicine has done my wife a one dose of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach world of good and she has been suffer- Remedy-on- e dose will convince you. at once. ing with stomach trouble for years." This is the medicine so many of our Messrs Tom Chesnut and Jim Roys-to- n MRS. BELLE HAWKINS. Eminence. people have been taking with surprisand Misses Marv Chesnut, Bettie Ky. "I have taken all of the medicine. ing results. The most thorough system Royston and Minvel Bogie motored to I don't think I need any now, as I think cleanser ever sold. Mayr's Wonderful Lexington and Frankfort recently. I am well. I never felt better in my Stomach Remedy is now sold here bv The Ladies Working Society will life." R. E. McRoberts and druggists every- have a candv and handkerchief sale at From all over the country come ! where. Rice Academy on the evening of Nov. 18, beginning at 3;30 p. m. A short program will be arrarnged. The Ladies Working Society was entertained by Mrs. Carrie Turner last Wednesday afternoon. Refreshments were served. Quite a number were present to enjoy the hospitality of Mrs. Turner pram. m2mvb WITH I WE COMPETE m QUALITY 1 s fl' : GLEN LILY! 1 Why? A Million Dollars has been spent YOUR HAIR NEEDS PARISIAN SAGE It Quickly Removes Dandruff, Stops Falling BECAUSE H m Hair and Scalp Itch. M SK trying to prove that Bleached Flour is not injurous to health BECAUSE Glen Lily is the only Flour on this market NOT Bleached. CAN YOU afford to let price destroy both Health and Quality. in the courts m Gi'&ni'fl urn i a u Uillinrr mining i uui j. fin nu'tu WASHINGTON juu, DALS If your hair is full of dandruff, thin, streaky, dull and never will do up to look pretty, you canalmostimmediately remove the cause making it beautiful, thick use of f Sage, and fluffy by the helpful Parisian one of the most and in(!) vigorating hair and scalp tonic known. Parisian Sage not only saves your hair but stimulates the hair roots and 'furnishes the nourishment needed to mak j it grow long, aoundant and radiant with life. Just one application removes every track of dandruff and stops scalp itch your hair becomes soft and fluffy with an incomparable gloss, beauty and charm. You cannot be disappointed with this harmless and delicately perfumed tonic for there is nothing so good for your hair. It it easily applied at home and costs but a trifle from R. E. McRoberts or any drug counter. LETTER FROM COY. The above named village is at the mouth of Scotts Fork, of Sugar Creek, 10 miles north of Lancaster Ky. The hills are steep and the cliffs are precipitous, the soil is fertile and yields a bountiful supply of corn, hemp, tobacco and sorghum. The town has one church, school house, mill, ferry, store and blacksmith shop. The people keep the "Even Tenor of their way", by knowing a little more about their own business than about other people. Births, deaths and marriages are seldom reported. Marriages and births are frequent, deaths seldom occur. Three marriages recently occurred. The sextette went to the county seat, quiet ly married and came back to live the simple and home life as their ancestors have of yore. Tobacco seems to be the money getting production. The vicinity will have over one hundred thousand pounds to sell and it appears like they go in for quality instead of quantity, for in its culture they handle the leaves with more care than they do the nice clean checks they receive for it. The church is of the Christian de nomination. They seem to prefer the name of Christians to all other names because they say the Disciples were first called Christians at Antioch, not at old Antioch up at the head of the creek, but Antioch in the New Testament. The rural school seems to be well attended. This census shows 88 pupils, 39 girls and 49 boys. The enrollment shows 65 in attendance. Their teacher is a man whose weight is 250 lbs, height 6 feet, age 60 years. He claims that he is teaching where he first went to school A. D. 1357, where he first taught A. D. 1868, and where he hopes to die at his post. He now boasts of teaching the third generation, having taught the grand mother A. D. 1869, her son A. D. 1891, and now her son's children. One of his patrons knocked him in the head with a rock about a year ago, but as soon as he got well he went back to his post. Coy boasts of a rural route, but are chagrined because they cant get a bridge and their highways worked. They are also sore because river transportation did not materialize after the locking and damming of the Kv river. But upon the whole they are a reasonably contented yeomandry and their tribe increases. Despondency Due to Indigestion. About u century ago a crown prince of Prussia was In the matrimonial market. One day a Prussian deputation called on the reigning duke of one of the smaller of the German states and made a proposal for the band of the duke's youngest daughter. Elsa. then nineteen years old. Her father, astonished and delighted at being so honored, went at once to communicate the news to bis daughter. Elsa received it without the transports exhibited by her father. "I am disappointed," she said, "for I have always supposed that not enough princes of the blood would be found for my older sisters and that 1 would be permitted to marry, if at all, for love. I will not wed the prince." Her father argued and stormed, but could only secure his daughter's consent to the wedding on condition that she spend some time in Berlin that she might become acquainted with the prince and if he did not please her she break the betrothal. Since her father must accept this condition or send a refusal to the king of Prussia he consented to it The crown prince pleased Elsa very much with bis personality, but did not show her the attention she had a right to expect from a fiance. There were many gallants at the Prussian court, and the princess accepted the attentions of those who were sufficiently impolitic to give them, for it was not expected that any man would devote himself to the betrothed of the heir apparent Count Caspar Audenreid was one who seemed willing to trespass on the royal domain, and his attentions being accepted it was not long before the matter began to excite comment Meanwhile the crown prince, who took au interest in state affairs, busied himself with them and when at leisure, instead of seeking the company of his betrothed, devoted himself to other women. He did not seem to notice Count Caspar's attentions to Elsa. or if he did they did not seem to trouble him. the very worst form for the past Oil is used externally. If the directwelve years. His ankles were per- tions are followed, these two wonderfectly stiff and he dragged his feet ful medicines will cure any case of along, and the pains during the damp, rheumatism. Andes Prescription ha3 cloudy weather were intense. done more real good for sufferers from He visited Hot Springs with hope3 of catarrh, indigestion, stomach, liver, finding relief from this trouble but it kidney, bladder diseases, blood troubles, failed to give back the use of the ankles. weak nervous, all n system and Mr. Besershires called at The Andes .tired, feelings, than any salesroom yesterday to madeapurchase medicine ever sold in Alabama. Price, of more of the Great Medicine. He Andes Great Prescription, $1.00 per said: "Your remedies have done me I bottle; 3 for $2.50; 6 for $5.00. more good than my trip to Hot Springs. t Andes' Oil. the modern wonder for Look how I can bend my ankles. It is 'restoring the hearing, for stiff and the best use I have had of them in drawn joints, rheumatism of any kind, twelve years, and I expect to continue sprains, strains, weak back lumbago, to use the Medicines as I believe I will fact pains or aches in any parts of the be entirely cured. Rheumatism is body, will yield in three minutes to thi3 caused from kidney trouble. Andes wonderful external oil. Price 50 cent3i Great Prescription acts on the kidneys, 3 for $1.25. removes all uric acid from the blood These medicines are now on sale in and cures permanently. The Great Lancaster at R. E. McRoberts. run-dowall-go- Sill I will offer at public sale at my farm 3- miles from Lancaster, on the Lancaster and Lexington turnpike, on - Pennsylvania Avenue, at 18th & H. Sts. m RATES t XiMt, BitieM litk S?55fc ItfMli ...vC-V- - - iisi: . T RATE3I 41.50, 2.00 up. VK -rt '..IS 'e ;::rr. Anas, Mull Bilk $2.50, $3.00 up. OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palm. Court, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room' Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. 3J Automobile I OWNERS ATTENTION. When in Lexington why not stop at a Garage where prompt and satisfactory services are rendered. We have the largest and best equipped Tire Repair Shop in the State and our Machine Shop, which is modern in every respect is handled by the best machinists obtainable. All our work is guaranteed and our i 8 a u ( ft w It is not at all surprising that persons who have indigestion become discouraged and despondent. Here are a few 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.t 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. lm. I i 1 m prices are reasonable. Elsa was piqued by his indifference. She did not love the count or any of the other courtiers who paid her attention. Indeed, she was much cut up because the prince slighted her. At last she concluded to withdraw from Berlin and on reaching her own home wit-Focompel her father to send word to the king of Prussia that his daughter had 1 Informed herself of the crown prince's desirability and that she had not been sufficiently well pleased with him to 1 marry him. was aware that her leaving BerElsa 1 1 lin would be Interpreted to mean that she had refused the heir apparent to the throne, which would be considered 1 1 an insult to the Prussian court and therefore determined to nation. She 1 1 depart secretly or at any rate without leave. One night a carriage stood waiting 1 at a doorway directly below her apartments' In the pajace. The princess, 10 long yearlings and two year olds, all steers and extra quality; 5 extra weanveiled, descended, entered the vehicle ling calves; 2 registered cows; 2 registered heifers; 1 extra good and was driven away. On reaching a wooded spot some disgrade cow; 2 cows being fresh and all excellent butter cows. fouls; two horse tance from the city the carriage was door opened by a wagon; 2 buggies; mowing machine; hay rake; cutting box; hog box; galvanived stopped and the masked man. wagon harness; two sets "Pardon me. your highness." he said. water tank; corn sheller; extention ladder; hemp brakes; "I am looking for one whom I expectbuggy harness; plow gear; turning plows; double shovels; single shovels; harrow; ed to be with you." gallon iron kettle; grind stone; stands bees; cider mill; scything cradle; "And who may he be?" "Count Caspar Audenreid." egg incubator and brooder; two washing machines; gallon oil tank; ladies' "And pray what interest is Count saddle; man's saddle; etc; etc. Eight to ten tons timothy hay, stack of rye, 60 Audenreid to you?" "None to me personally, but as one barrels corn, 130 shocks of fodder. Household and kitchen furniture, and other who has insulted my master, the crown prince, he is a good deal of interest to articles too numerous to mention. me. I desire to avenge that insult." Lunch served en the grounds at 12 o'clock. "You mean that his royal highness to his loss, but extremeIs Indifferent ly sensitive to his dignity." "As to that the prince must speak for himself." "I have no desire to hear him on the subject I presume you will permit me to go on." I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. "But perhaps my master may desire to apologize for his neglect of one for whose hand be had proposed." .: $ "In that case it is not necessary GAME Berlin." that I should return to "Why not?" "? "He stands before me." TO "How have you been able to recognize me?" THE GAME AND FISH COMMISSION is sending a Special Warden in "I would know you through any disto this county with instructions to enforce the game laws. The Commission guise." "May I ask where you are going?" hopes this Warden will not have to make arrests, but he and his local deputies rs "Home." will actively cover the county from this date to the end of the season, and "Why are you leaving Berlin?" will be punished. "Because I will marry no man who treats me with Indifference." "And you are not nccompanled by Count Audenreid?" Hereford Bull "That you can see for yourself." SEASON 1914. "Will you give me another trial?" "Not In Berlin. I shall be happy to I X RICHMOND, KY. receive you nt my father's capital." "May I accompany you?" SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Lancaster on the Two miles from A TRAINING Elsa hesitated. A change had eviRichmond pike. Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life dently come over her betrothed. Her State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition R. E. departure would doubtless occasion a Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new great deal of talk and trouble. model school, new manual training building, practice "You may. she said. school, department of agriculture, a well equipped Domestic Science. First Term begins vehicle, am gymnasinm. The prince entered the September 7. Second Term November IS, Third Term it was driven on. January 25, Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens "You came to Berlin." be said, "to j. c. CRABDE, President. , June 14, Catalogue Free. look me over. I have been to your incognito to look you over. I home selected you among the other princesses of Europe because I fell In love with you." "Then why did you treat me with such indifference?" Should be Engraved or "To Ieam If It troubled yon. But Embossed nowadays. you have been a match for me. I believed you loved Audenreid." It reflects good taste and "I love only the crown prince." Tuesday, November24th at 10 ur o'clock, the following property to brood mares; pair heavy draft mares, extra good workers; pair four year old mare mules; pair three year old mare mules; pair yearling mules; extra good mare mule colt; four year old gelding; two year old filly; safe family horse; buggy mare; 8 short yearlings; 4 Jersey Jersey 200 30 8 50 264 Alex West COMMISSION FISH AND jsiHBBvBk ISSDES A WARNING HUNTERS. vio-ato- Registered Service $2.00 Cash. HENRY. TfiTlVoRk Personal Stationery WINDOW GLASS WINDOW GLASS WINDOW GLASS. Central 135-1- 38 Motor Car Co. South Limestone. Lexington, - - Kentucky. mmmmmm&Mmm mmm'smi In th Dawn of th World. The lea and snow of the poles wars not always there. The time was when the poles were beautiful tropics, and at that period 'what Is now the equator was so hot that our present form or life could not lira there. When the earth had cooled a great deal the age began, when, because they did not get the full benefit of the rays of the sun, the south pole as well as the north pole cooled to a point comparable with the equator of today. at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. TUB Central Record. McEo"berts Drug Store Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Nov 12, 1914. UO 9 Either one of the above prices will buy you a first class Suit or Overcoat cut in the latest style ana guaranteed to oe an wool, we sen I fill n UN j !B0 111 1111 mW "J'ifi)jJ ViJ Iwi A V X"-'i- H ":'r'stvsii - X THE HEN'S FINE SHOES HART-SCH- AFF & MARX LINE MEN'S CLOTHING. $1.50 TO K.w jHL lEjL- Lf 1 ' I I I fcv r if il1 I a8rV3?jh' rSasPu-Kr ? at S !i?J- - AND CLAIM IT IS THE BEST TO BE HAD $3.50 TO $5.00 LADIES DRESS SHOES $3.50 TO S6.00 CHILDRENS SCHOOL SHOES S3. Our store is full of new, this seasons Clothing for Men and Boys. Shoes for every member of the family. Suit or Overcoat for Thanksgiving. m HOUSE OF QUALITY. Get a new J 3 S. JUDGE HARDIN ' W- - Smith. f U SKIS (Eiliti-r- t LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. CopyrigU Out Signer &, Marx J Come Moore3. TheCentral Record1 INCORPORATED. WHICH DO YOU WANT. Which would you rather have a box of candy, a box of cigars, a box of calling cards or the Central Record? You can get one of these by guessing the number of seed in our pumpkin. woeooooooooooooooooo Issued Wli:kly. S1.00 A J. Euterc.l r t l'i ROBINSON. Editor. Announces as a Candinate for YEAR. as Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial District. To the Voters of the Thirtenth Judicial TOUilldi95b!UU Ily Tlie Woman Club) i -MO40OOO9eO 90000000 fc.OOOOOOOOO A3AM.M... ffI..U pBBM8glMaWHW:.MSWBMi 1 to the closing out sale Notice. R. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. oHio- - in Ijuirnur. K;.. v oi:J i ll ha Mi.il flatter I'o-: District. I hereby announce my candidacy for Have Been Listed In Garrard. Member Kentucky Pres- - Association the Democratic nomination for the John S. Baughman, Boyle County's Circuit Judgeship in the Thirteenth League. Eighth District Publi.-l.er- s Judicial District, composed of the assessor reports that more dogs have counties of Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln been listed for taxes in that county Lancaster, Kv., November 2, 1914. and Mercer, at the primary to bo held this year than ever before in the history of the county. This speaks well in August, 1915. It will be remembered that I was for John, and we trust our good assessRates For Political Announcements poors may emulate his example. For Frecinct and Citv Oltiies . . .S 5.00 elected to fill the vacancy in that All sheep owners should assist the 10.00 sition caused by the death of the Hon. .County Offices . or For State and Disttict Offices. . . . 35.00 M. C. Saulley, and at the expiration assessors and see that every dog is .10 of my term will have served this dis listed or killed, as that is the law. for Calls, iier line 10! trict for four years. Without previous , For Cards, per line experience in this responsible office I For all publications in the interwhen I entered upon its duties I havs est of individuals or expresj applied myself industriously to the sion of individual views, per 10 discharge of its obligations with the line 05 single purpose of fulfilling its func Obituaries, per line tions fairly and righteously to all those whose interest I have been called THREATENS TO INVADE KY. upon to adjudge, as well as the citizen Announcements. One of the most destructive of all ship of the district. I have endeavorWe are authorized to announce Judge ed to be kind and courteous to attor- the diseases known to live stock is the Charles A. Hardin, of Harrodsburg, a neys and litiirants during my incum Foot and Mouth disease now raging in candidate for the Democratic nominabency, and if I have failed at all in many states of the union. tion for Circuit Judge of this, the thirThus far Kentucky has been spared respect it has been due to the teenth judicial district., at the August this frailty of nature rather than to inten- but Commissioner of Agriculture. J.W. primary 1915. Newman, fearing an outbreak in the tion. It has besm the unbroken custom in stale at any time has appealed to the We aie authorized to announce C. farmer, stock raisers and officers to coC. Fox, f Danville, Kentucky, as a this district, if, in the judgment of the operate in enforcing the quaranteen voters, a public servant has been candidate at the piiraary election in faithful and efficient, to give him the laws and prevent an outbreak here, if August, 1915. for nomination by the possible. In the Democratic party as Judge of this, the endorsement of a He gives the description of this terfour years which I have served you I Thirteenth Judical District, of Kenrible malady which is now destroying tucky, to be voted for at the Novem- have never been absent "from a single hundreds of thousands of dollars of live term of my court, and I have dis- stock in the United States. ber election, 1915. patched the business of the courts as The United States Government toThere was a time in the publishing of rapidly is posiDle, consistent with day sent two additional inspectors into a newspaper when the material returns justice and due regard to the rights Kentucky and has placed the services for labor were considered as of secondary of attorneys and clients. of every county agent in Kentucky at As Commonwealth Attorney for the command of importance and the first thought in the the Livestock mind of the editor and his readers was eight years previous to my elevation Sanitary Board in its efforts to ward that he must give the best m him, to the bench I was present at and off this disease. that he must wage the fight for participated in the prosecution of "The Federal Government realizes righteousness and strive for ideals ewry indictment whether for felony the seriousness of the situation, but without thought of earthly needs. or a misdemeanor. No one can truth the State Governments as a rule do not While the striving for ideals, the striv- fully charge me with the least degree seem to and this more than any other ing to build up their towns morally, of negligence in the prosecution of my one thing, has been responsible for a financially and artistically still remains work. How well I hava discharged my widespread outbreak. Let us not have with publishers, an enthely different duties in.the two offices, and whether it said that Kentucky's States authoview of the reward for their labor has I have measured up to your expecta- rities have been lax in the performance displaced the old one. 'ihe editor of tion and requirements, I leave to your of their duties, and I hereby call upon today does not like to preach ideals on unbiased judgment. I am willing to all County Judges, Magistrates, County an empty stomach any more than does stand by my record and to be judged Attorney and Prosecuting Attorneys, We by it. the preacher or other "uplifts". Livestock Inspectors and livestock business but ThanKing you most cordially for owners, as well as all veterinarians, to are in the uplifting material reward is a necessity just as your support in the past, and asking exercise every precaution and to execute in every undertakiug. Now we believe the high privilege of your approval every provision of the statutes against I violators of the quarantine now existif our friend's only knew what it costs arid endorsement by a to get out a news paper, if they knew beg to say that, no matter whether ing. the cost per week of labor, of light, your response be that of approval or "Cloven hoof animals are the ones heat, rent and material of all kinds, if disapproval. I shall still deem myself most liable to be affected; however, all they knew the wear and tear en under lasting obligations of gratitude kinds of animals are subject to it, especially young animals, and children machinery, if they knew the wear and to you. - CHAS. A. HARDIN. have sometimes contracted it. tear on the publisher they would be "The disease is readily recognized, as more considerate in their business DOCK COMING BACK. it usually appears as inflammation bedealings with him. He would not be tween the toes of the animal, or around expected to publish so many things for Capt. It. E. Holland, known among the hoofs, and at the same time the nothing, he would not be expected to his friends as "Dock", will shortly armucous air somebody's pet hobbies if they rive from his home in Pilot Mountain, es more membrane of the mouth becomor less ulcerated, accompanied would only stop and think what it cost North Carolina, to become the auctionby excessive slobbering Frequently for him to run his plant full blast for eer at the Danville Tobacco arehouse. the hoof rots off entirely, and the muone hour. "Dock" is the man with the siren cous membrane of the mouth sloughs In short money is necessary in the voice. He has been with the Danville away, and the subject becomes stiff, as news paper business and in order to in- House every year since it was estabin the case of foundering. The mortalsure material reward for labor publish- lished except last year. He is one of ity is not so very heavy, but the animal ing has become a business in which the the greatest tobacco auctioneers in the is practically worthless, as it refuses to striving for ideals is closely combined entire country. eat for some time, and apparently loses with the striving for profits. all sense of taste, and is generally of Please hand us that $. MOVABLE SCHOOL OF no value thereafter. The fact that the animal has had the disease once does Get in the guessing contest. not render it immune against future AGRICULTURE OR attacks, and a few days after its re$15. Suits $7.00 at Moore's. FARMERS INSTITUTE. covery it may be stricken a second time, and even a third, until death reBig sale every day next week at The above institutions have combin- lieves it. Moore's. ed to avoid duplication of work and to "There is not a disease known that Get Uncle Dave Ross to explain girh instruction in agriculture to ,the is more highly communicable from Jone about pumpkin seed to you. farmers of the State free of cost. subject to another than this one. The Instructions will be given on all that outbreak in this country seems Jto have If you want bargains come to the pertains to farm life including home been the result of importing hides from closing out sale at Moores. economics. Every farmer in the county a foreign country where the disease Friday and Look at your Label and should attend these lectures your wives existed, and, the oxen haulding tan Saturday. Come and bring bark to tha tanneries in Southern ' send us that dollar. and daughters with you and you will Michigan contracted it in this way. make more than you could by stayiug It spreads like wild fire, being carried at home no matter how hard you work. in hay and fodders, on hides and wool, BIRD DOG FOR SALE. Come and learn new ideas on poultry and by dogs rats, pigeons, buzzards A Fine Luela Setter, 18 months old, raising, soil building, fruit growing. and cows and people may carry it on well trained and is subject to register. It will mean many dollars to you. their clothing for great distance, in Both men and women are cordially addition to affected animals comWill sell ceeap if taken now. Call this invited. Nov. 13 and 14. municating it. office. j The delightful programs in the year book are being carried out and much interest is being manifested in the years work. Mesdames Theo Currey, James Kinnaird, H. C. Kauffman and Robert Elkin have led meetings. This afternoon, Mrs. Frank Marksbury leads a meeting on Da Vinci and his masterpieces, "The Last Supper" and Mona Lisa." A plea was made, by several, at last weeks meeting for every member of the club to make a study of each meeting thereby creating greater enthusiasm in the work and discussions. Women all over the United States are taking an intetcstin the forty-sixt- h annual national suffrage convention held in Nashville, November It has been said that there is little suffrage sentiment in the South and that the southern women is too delicate and fragile a persons.till there is a suffrage assooiation in every southern State, there are southern women such as Mrs. Desha Breckinridge, of Henry Clay and president, of the Kentucky Suffrage Association; Mrs. Pattie Ruffner Jacobs, of Alabama; Miss Kate Gordon and Miss Jean Gordon of New York, and many others who are leading women who are actually parading through the streets of their southern city during this convention week, and the Nashville Chamber of Commerce and the Business Men's Association are entertaining the guests. Teas, luncheons, receptions, dinners, and a real barbecue at the home of Andrew Jackson are on for southern hospitality is determined to make this convention session one of the most interesting in suffrage history. . But never let it be dreamed from this description of the joys of a suffrage convention that social events will be allowed to obscure important issues. Not for one minute will the women who go as delegates from the sixtyassociations which form the constituency of the National Association, forget that at this convention the whole plan for the year's work must be talked over means of financing campaigns must be faced and endless details considered for the National Association is a tremendous organization with a tremendous work to do in winning the franchise for all women in these our United States. 12-1- 7. grand-daughter i o ft 3 i 5 j i jjsk .aayps-- r- e . , 1 m s . - '- . The Game & Fish Commission a paid Special Warden :rt this county with instructions to enforce the law. ! t t S WAR AT HOME. Let others fire the mighty guns. I do not like their look; It takes all of the spunk I've got To go and fire the cook. Let others shovel up the earth For trenches "pon my soul; I have to hustle all I'm worth To shovel ii. the coal. Let others use their strategy Retreating through the hilts: It takes all of my tact to dodge The gentleman with bills. I Let others march across the world. As Bonaparte once did; , I haw to stay at home and march All night long with the kid. ''' -- - jjxiwiMn '- ' ' k--' - -' 1111' ''"':.tfef 'FOOT AN DISEASE NEW PROPERTY LIST. Hon. C. C. Fox Announces for Circuit Judge. Elsewhere in this issue appears the announcement of Hon. C. C. Fox, of Danville, for the democratic nomination for circuit judge in the thirteenth judicial district, to be voted upon in the primary next August. While this is A NEW GOVERNOR For Kentucky For A the first venture of Mr. Fox into the political arena, he is prominently and well known among the lawyers of the district, and his friends claim is eminently qualified to till the position to which he aspires. A million has been spent trying to prove Bleached flour does not injure our health. Glen Lily is the only flour on this market not bleached. Use it and be safe. Week. Lieut. Gov. McDormott became Governor of Kentucky last Monday on account of Governor McCreary spending a week in Alabama where he has a cotton plantation. SCHOOL NOTES. (By Wm. F. Miller.j TEN DAYS THE LIFE OF A HORSE IN WAR. That the average life of a horse on the firing line in France is about ten days wa3 the astonishing declaration of a British army officer identified with the remount department who visited the Fiss, Doerr & Carroll Horse Company's big mart in East Twenty-fourt- h Street, New York, a few days ago. Horsemen were prepared to hear of unexampled wastage after reading about the havoc wrought by modern artillery and machine guns, but this report indicates such slaughter as had not been dreamed of here. In the civil war in this country the wastage of horses was at the rate of about five hundred a day in the Union army, and the service of a cavalry horse under an active commander then averaged about four months. During his Shenandoah Valley campaign Sheridan required 150 fresh horses a day, and in eight months the cavalry of the Army of the Potomac was remounted twice, nearly forty thousand horses having been required. If the British officer's estimate of the wastage is not wide of the mark it is a foregone conclusion that before the carnage ends there will be such a shortage of horses as Europe has never seen. As most of the animals which equipped the vast armies now in the field were commanded from farmers and others who had been using them in agriculture and industry, they will hay to be replaced for thi3 work when peace is restored, and tnis demand, added to that of the war, will, it is believed, seriously affect the price of horses the world over during the next few years. Miss Anderson's room will entertain Friday morning. The public is cordially invited. GOOD IN MEXICO. Miss Altha Jones and visitor Miss The following item is clipped from Cotton, were Tuesday morning visitors the Mexican Herald which will be of at our school. interest to many, as Mr. Hackley is a The boys of the L. H. S. will soon Garrard county boy, being the eldest organize a Basket Ball team for the son of the late Capt. Thornton Hackley. who commanded company G of Wol-for- coming season. Bro. Pollitt, visited our school, Kentucky cavalry in the Civil morning and conducted the war. He is a grandson of George Elliot Hackley who was for many vears devotional exercises. Wassman, the magican. who was at Sheriff of Garrard county. His mother was Miss Mary A. Kennedy, daugh- the school auditorium Saturday night, ter of David Kennedy and grand- pleased a large audience with his daughter of Gen. Thomas Kennedy, sleight of hand performance. who. iii his day. was one of the largest Miss Brashear's room entertained and slave owners in the j last Friday. The following were present county. Misses Patsy Anderson, Nancy Long, George Hackley spent part of his Mrs. R. H. BatsDn, Mrs. Walter Mos, boyhood in Lancaster and has a great Mrs. House. Miss Emma Doty, Mrs. S. many ftiends and relatives here who G. Haselden and parents Mr. and Mrs. will be proud to read this: Duncan of Nicholasville. Mrs. Hughes "George R. Hackley, assistant gen- and son, Mrs. E. C. Gaines, Mrs. M. L. eral freight and passenger agent of Caneer and daughter, Mrs. V. A. Lear the Southern Pacific Railway Company and daughter. Miss Eliza Lunsford, of Mexico and general agent for the Mrs. Lawson, Mrs. Ben Willmott, Mrs. republic of the Southern Pacific railway Pollitt, Mrs. H. V. Bastin, Mrs. Elliott and steamship lines and Pacific Mail and Mrs. Prayther. Steamship company has just received Last Friday afternoon at Harrods- official advice from the secretary ef the bury, tht Lancaster High School foot Southern Pacific Railway Company of Mexico dated New York October 2, to ball team defeated the Harrodsburg the effect that at the adjourned annual squad by the score 7 to 6. The game meeting of stockholders of the company was fairly and evenly played by both held at Jersey City, N. J., on Oct. 1. sides, fair decisions by both referee and 1914, he was elected a director of the umpire. The courteous treatment by company, to serve for the ensuing year. Harrodsburg scoool and the foot ball The Mr. Hackley recently returned from boys helped us to be victorious. trip to the United States local eleven played star ball, especially a five months during which he visited New York, when the ball was in our opponents Washington City, New Orleans, Hous- possession, and the only gain Harrodston, San Antonio. El Paso, Tucson and burg could make was to "hit the line", various points in California, passing but they were stsrs at that. A large crowd from Lancaster acsome time with his family in Washingcompanied the team to Mercer's ton and Berkeley." Mr. Hackley will continue to have Capitol. The all round playing of Bourne, his head quarters at No 34 Avenida j Carrier, Herron, Elliott and, Wilmot Mayo, Mexico City, Mexico. Cine de was one of the features of the game. 000 I am in the market for your turkeys L. H. S. 06 0 and will pay the highest market price, H. H. S. Stanford 32 . Mef ced H. C. Bailey. Lancastei tf. ds Wed-nesdland-holde- GARRARD CO, BOY MAKING Purchasers get the benefit of oar i years experience in the busine?s Look for other bargains iisted in next issue. Owners of farms who want t Sell should see US at once. 270 acres of lard, located near Cy c Kentucky river. In high state of cui vation. 105 acres in grass. So acres I bottom land producing corn every yea. at shipping poir.t on river. large, spier did residence, store room and othi necessary out buildings. This far produces well and is one ot the best bargains on our list. Price $75.00 per acre. 17B acres within one mile of Pair: Lick on L & N R. R. with good improvements, land lies well ami in fertile within $ mile of graded jchool. Worth the money asked $105 per acre. S5J acre3 of land on pike J mile frcrr good village 9 miles from Lancaster, first class land, good improvements, 1'' room dwelling, well watered. In the famous "Camp Dick Robinson" section. Price $125.00 per acre. Three cottages at the low prices. -- $1800., $2000. and$2100. 200 acres good 'and, near Bryantsvi.Ie well improved, large tobacco barn. If you want a money maker see this farm. $70. per acre. No 491. 1S5 acres of high class land. 2 miles out. 2 large tobscco barns, per acre. $120. 493. Cottage and 5t acres of fertele land, large tobacco barm, all but 9 acres in grass, on pike in one mile of Lancaster. Price $120. per acre. No 494. Several pieces of splendid 10 17 city property for sale. mile from 496. 100 acres of land, Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles from Lancaster, good improvements, large tobacco barn, well worth the trice of $100. per acre. 497. 222 acres of fine land near Lancaster & Lexington pike, splendid improvements, at $90. per acre, 49S. C3 acres, improved, near Paint Lick Graded School at $95. per acre. 499. 73 acres of rich land, right on pike, well improved, 2 miles of Lancaster, priced at $120. per acre and is worth it. No 501. 45 acres, new house on pike, near Bryantsville. Price $4,000.00. No 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from town limits of Lancaster on Lexington Avenue, unimproved, beautiful build ing 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 bam, one other beautiful level building site fronting pike. $110, per acre. For further particulars wnte or call on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real estate men.. Lancaster, Ky. oSk - - The Central Record, Thursday Nov 12 1914. 1 Page 5 M a Hi . B . . b "?a ms iHHiHHHHHHHiBHBRMaiaiHHIIHHHHHl 8 8 3 An Excellent Value in Hand Tailored Gaberdine Suits . . $20.00 OUTFITTERS ' All Wool Cheviots j P m,,a?1c 7.50 j oseim $E;cra;re rmrwim iifc Tf !""' Serge Suits selling at . . . $15.00 I j -- ""- " W 5? ere an tile FOR WOMEN. stss'ssssxrissvssszsms.zi Hi ConiDanv. ) up 1 Ohe 1 fashion One-Thir- d I 1 fh H Offers off the marked price on all Suits Gossip Shop, Ii People About M? i i Mr. V. A. Lear is in Richmond tending Federal Court. at-- 1 T. : Miss Lueile Cotton of Michigan .. : .1 it.Ii t and dresses now ir stock. each week a choice selection of one-piec- e We are also receiving S 2 i A Bticf Mention of Goings " I I Plaid Silk Waists, Lace Waists, Etc., and shipments of the newest cuts in Suits and Coats from Bischoff, Sterne & Stein and from our resident New York buyer' 1 ty Those Vt tht zr.ti Are tatircjUd In. Comings jza Miss Annie Oaks is visiting relatives in Stanford. I I Tjhe Q.. .. ; Jfiashion .. . .s Shop. .. ; . ... 30 3 11 HE Miss Bessie Prather is in Richmond visiting relatives. (!) Mr. John Peck of Cromwell, Ind., is visiting relatives here. Miss Sarah Daniels of Paris is the guest of Mrs. John M. Mount. Mr.. Thomas Marsee was visiting friends at Paynes Depot Sunday. E' - deduction on all i I 7Jrimmed jfcats BEGINNING, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1914 fiellct Jtrnold. )i LZ2G DE 3EE1E 3FJ I" We Sell the BEST y ( HEATH, COOK STOVES AND RANGES - made.- A Good First-Cla- ss Range Fop $26,50 Call and see it. J. i f 18 R. Mount, Son & Co. if How's The Time JfeisiggSi IB" For Filling Up b 1 if your coal bin is empty or even half full. It's folly to wait until you have to scrape up the last scuttle from the bottom of the bin. Order now, get the benefit of lowest market pricss and run no risk of delay on account of earlier orders. ji Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co, 0 Mrs S. M. Urton of Jessamine, Co is with her daughter Mrs. Jessie Thomas. Mrs Mildred Beazley is with her daughter, Mrs Wm. Hays of Stanford. Judge L. L. Walker and J. L. FranJACKSON. cis were visitors in Stanford, Monday. Mr. Smith Powell and son Smith Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson died at her Mrs J. E. Stormes is in Covington Powell Jr. of Hustonville were guests home near Bryantsvillo Oct. I9th. at visiting her cousin, Mrs Arthur Hub- this week of Mr. and Mrs. U. D. p.m. She had been a constant (THD A PfA fiD fjnTP PPrPIW- Simpson. bard. suflieier for years, being almost an inv B.iiui;nbuv uu iiuitiLt mjuuiJ YO'J'U. FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden Mrs. W. O. Ralston visited her and daughter Miss Jane and Miss Han- lid from a complication of diseases, l ED TO QUALIFY YOUR .. i sister Mrs. Geo. Conn of Paint Lick nah AldrWge motored to Lexington She was in her 69 year. She is survived by G children, 2 sons Saturday Saturday. SOU FOR SUCCESS. James T. Jackson of Oklahoma and Fresh oysters and celery at Ban's, 'ii Harry Goodloe of Springfield ha-- , After a visit to Mrs. W. J. Romans John W. Jackson of near Bryantsville, been visiting his father, Mr W. 0. and other Lancaster friends Mrs. Wm. Men Suits half price at Moores. Ky. 4 daughters Mrs. J. K. Sherrow, If you wish to qualify for a position Goodloe. Burnett haf returned to her home in Mrs. Elisha Forbs, Mrs. .Martin Brogle at the least cost, tobacco or notes be- Fresh oysters and celery at iaali't. it Mrs A. C. Wilson of Lincoln county Shelbyville. of this Co. and Mrs. S. M. Morford of ing received, if desired, for tuition, ad-- , Goods 25, 50 and 75 ct-- on the doalar is visiting her brother J. P. Gooch of dress for particulars, Wilbur K. Smith Miss Katharine Bronaugh, an effic- Jessamine Co. at Moores. Paint Lick. Her husband having passed to his Business College. Lexington Ky. ient sales lady in Miss Rella Arnold's millinery has returned to her home iu reward almost 5 years ago. She was a I Mrs George Thurman and children Just in. a barrel of new kraut. life long christain, having been a mem-- ! of Danville are guests of Mrs. J. Rock- Crab Orchard. Ball's.. of the Baptist church for 52 year m- - n.., well Smith. f r ..: ..... V .1 ... UWWU.W., W& U1.Alllf,,Ull U41U. Funeral services were held at Mt. Hftuse and lot on Lexington tret. Mr. Hany Goodloe, of Springfield, Messrs W. A. and JN. a. Price were 21st by her old Quarantined By Federal Government. j Hebron churrh Oct. for "ale or rent. ?.Irs. Susan Fi he- -. guests Monday of Dr A. tS. Price and were guest Sunday of their uncle, Mr. ' pastor Rev. J. I. Wills, after which the W. O. Goodloe, By the discovery t eighteen cases of wife, in Stanford. I ..nl.s best thread 1 ets at Moore-- . remains were laid to re.-'- t by the side Miss Bettie Walker Burnside has of her husband in the Mt. Hebron foot and mouth diseases among a Messrs A. K. and Woods Walker are of cattle on a farm in Bullitt county, Lr.dies and childrens low cut rfc. in Lagrange for a meeting of the Fox been a member of a pleasant house cemetery Comparty at the home of Miss Elizabeth May her loved ones be able to lookup an order from J. W. Newman. half price at Moores. Hunters Association. closed the Robb in Nicholasville. to Him that doeth all things well, and missioner of Agsiculturi'. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hurt and little Bourbon Stock yards in Lojisville. la- -t Come to the closing out sale of th? say Thy will be done. Mrs. Emma Kauffman is at home son Frazier Jr. have been visiting her Monday night and TurMtay afternoon R. H. Batson stock of goods. from a vis.it to Mrs. Lizzie Boland in parents in Stanford. the whole state of Kentucky passed J Frank Moore Lexington and Mr. John Greenleaf and quarantine. under Federal The cattle Mr and Mrs R. L. Blanton of Rich daughter ILATEST NEWS FROM of Richmond. affected by. the disease was the proper Fouxn:-mond were the guest of Mr and Mrs red crocheted shawi. Mr. Thomas Champ of Covington and F fiT OF WAR ' ty of Mr-- C,cm Mannin' of Shepherds ()wner c;m hiuv S(ime bv caUnK at thi J. W. Elmore, Sunday. Ulirt l Ul H fin, j,e an j the ent ;re iK,r(i was destroyed. Lm.. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Shepherd of Paint Mrs U. D. Simpson has returned The battle in West Flanders ar.d for The following quarantine order No. 15 Lick were recent guests of Mr. Wm. from a visit to relatives in Middlesboro miles to the south in French territory ws iued by the Kentucky Live Stock Notice. Champ and Mrs. Champ. and Fork Ridge, Tenn. continues with unabated fury. Sanitary Board. Reverend J.' W. Beagle and Mr. J. now and The advantage is claimtd by both the - Mrs. Lizzie Todd and Master James "It is now ii-known that the disease beGet your Hunting License there will F. Holtzclaw were in Somorset thi f?....r.ntt urn. tin. .ill--...., iin1 if i - tins-- 1 ready for an early start, . .1:, -j r .... . .. , i.. vi. v. ... Todd of Manse are spending several UCiUiaua cuiiiiiiuiny cuiieu 1U11L uiiui muuiu uis- week for; a meeting of the Kentuckv sible both believe thev have mad- - gains ea!, c.x)!,ts among the livestock of be a rush at the last minute. with Mrs. C. D. Todd. State Baptist Association. at the points where gains jre certain to S0IIle ijrteen or twenty States in the Dr. and Mrs S. P. Grant of Danville, Wanted. Union, among them the btate of Ky. E. L. Owsley, count in the end. We are indebted to Mrs. i were with Lancaster relatives for a . Information as to whereabouts of The situation in tHe Eastern arena is l This disease is very easily communica-somewhwho is visiting in New York lor a New ' short visit the past week. uncertain, owing to conflict. tei X one Times wnicn is some larger while poultry is not directly Amelia Murphy (colored) if living, cr tnan I Mrs Sarah Hurt has returned from a the Record, but we dare say no more reports. From Petrograd it is stated affected by it birds of all kinds are if dead as to her relatives. continue their , Kreat carrier3 of it among cattle, sheep G. 15. Swinebroad. Atty. visit to Mrs H. B. Farris of Lexington enjoyable to Mrs Owslve. that the Austrian Lancaster, Ky. of positions to the southeast and hogs. evacuation and Mrs Nave of Danville. Miss Ida Mae Hurt spent Saturday of Lemberg, in Galicia, and in Bukowina, "The Federal Government and the j For Rent. Mr. and Mrs. Stonie Sebastian and and Sunday with her home folks at On the other hand, a Berlin dispatch, Ky. Lives to k Sanitary Board are! daughter Grace were with Mrs. Nannie Lowell. She was accompanied home by My Property in Lancaster, Ky., on reports availing themselves of every possible bv wav of London, savs official Lawrar.ce at White Oak Sunday. three of her pupils, Misses Ida Mae from Vienna announce the evacation of means of confining this disease in Ky Stanford Street adjoining Christian II. Clay Kauffman and Miss Tommle Tracey, Mane Ray and Maud Clark. the greater portion of Bukowina by the to local outbreaks. To this end all pub- church for year 1915. Possession given Mrs. E. J. Mason. Francis visited Mrs. Alire Lusk in A Mission Study Meeting composed Russians, who are being pursued by lic markets have been closed until fur- January 1st. 11-tf Hustonville Saturday and Sunday. of the C. W. B. M. and Circle Girls the Austrians. ther notice. It is deemed inadvisable . Petrograd official reports also claim to have poultry shows, pet stock shows i Mrs. Percy Noland and Mrs. Robert was held at the home of Mrs. Emma For Sale McRoberts were in Stanford Friday the Kauffman on Tuesday evening. These marked progress in East Prussia, where or animal shows of any nature while . Sixty acres of land. 2J miles from meetings will convene every two weeks. the Germans are said to have been this disease is so prevalent. Vy guests of Mrs. Harve McRoberts. reports claim to 'It is therefore ordered that all Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike. Good Lackey has returned driven back. German Miss Lueile Miss Elizabeth Ford of Savre Instihave driven Russians across East poultry shows, pet stock shows and house, barn and plenty ot jvater. tute, Lexington, was here for a short from a stay of three months with her Prussian border. Herndon & Walker, Lancaster. Ky. , animal shows of every description be , f Messrs Kay and Harry Lackey visit to her father, Judge A. D. Ford. brothers The loss of the cruiser Emden, under abandoned until such time as this dis- in Kansas City. She was accompanied Kentucky Red Berkshire For Sale. i Mr. and Mis. Joe Turner and daugh- by her grand mother Mrs. J. W. Stev- fire of the Australian cruiser. Sydney, ease is eradicated from our state. in the Indian Ocean, and the bottling ter Ardella spent Saturday and Sundav ens of Randolph Mo. "All associations and organizations j have 10 nice young boars for sale, up of the Koenigsberg are incidents for holding such exhibits will be gov- - They are from Anna Bell and Fancy with Mrs. Lucy A. Turner of Lexington. Those from here who attended the which ha-.- e rejoiced the British public, erned accordingly. Lady, the choice of my heH Miss Ida Mae Cecil spent Saturday marriage of Miss Pauline Hocker to ' German warships have W. B. Denny, Lancaster Ky. tf "J. W. NEWMAN, ar.d Sunday in Stanford with her Rev. W. O. Foster were Mr. Alex as both these exceedingly active in destroying grand-parenChairman Kentucky Livestock sam- Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Denny, Mrs. Mattie Duncan, Mrs. been British merchant vessels. city Tax And Water Rent. tary Board. Oaks. Lizzie Dennv. Mr. and Mrs. Cabel Advices from South Africa report "S. F. MUSSELMAN, M rs. M. K. Denny. Remember that the penalty will go i Mrs. Charles Askins of Wilmore, Denny, and Dr. and the further rounding upjaf rebels not "State Veterinarian.1' on your taxes in a few days and to save returned to ner nome Monuay alter a j Miss Joan Mount is enjoying, her far from Pretoria, where an additional thi3 expense your taxes should be paid short visit to relatives and friends in stay in LaGrange where several social 120 have been killed or wounded. Wanted. at once. Your water rent must be Lancaster. first time since 1700 there For the functions have been given in her honor .Wanted to rent a faim of sbcut 1C0 paid, or the water will be cutoff. There and Mrs. T. M. Wilson of has been an execution in the Tower of reMiss Mount Mr and Mrs Powell Duncan have Money rent. Can give satis-- . will be no exception to this rule and all turned to their home in Nicholasville Bowling Green will go to Covington London. Carl Hans Lody, a German acres. reference. ' will be treated alike. L. E. Herron, E. B. Creech. factory totheif daughter, Mrs S. next week'where they will visit Mrs. spy, who lived for a time in the United after City Msrshall. incaster, Ky. being shot. States, George McRoberts. G. Haselden. 9-- Messrs J. P., Bourne and Jesse Guile ," ,, Kfi I .f! "lae were in Stanford Monday. ,.:., .,,.,. :... m. .i n:t r li;3 iiidirtici. tuuvtttiu i;t. i caiiivuu vj Mis, Henry D. Simpson and Miss Katie Simpson were visitors in Dan- will arrive tomorrov and will be the attractive guest of Miss Delia Tinder ville Wednesday. for a few days. ! Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Dunn and children Mr. Ben Woods, who nas been emof Lexington were guests on Sunday of ployed in Danville for some time, arMr. Robert Gulley and wife. rived Wedwsday for a visit to Mr. and George Harris of Birmingham made Mrs. Albert Ware. a short visit to his parents Judge and Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Gaines of 1210 Mrs. E. W. Harris this week. West Okmulgee avenue, announces Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie is at home the engagement of their daughter Nanafter a visit of two weeks to Mr. and cy Carpenter, to Mr. Kol.eit Ryland Mrs. W. C. Price of Danville. Taliaferro of Chicago. Muskogee TimMrs. Charles F. Denman has return- es. ed to her home in Nicholasville after a Mr. J. S. Thomas, a buyer for the stay with her father Mr. Alex West. Liggett and Myers Tobacco Co.. and Mr. R. R. Denton who has been at Mr. Elmer Deatherage, of Richmond, the home of his daughter Mrs. V. A. were in the city yesterday, advertisLear is recovering from a severe cold. ing for the Madison Tobacco Mrs. Victor Rice and daughter have been in Lexington visiting Mrs- - Rice's parents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Herring. - ..:,.:..... - :r.r. f :n;.. I F and KZ?r-(..i ! " -S iA- :&yorits He cipes BY MRS. Qf Known - SSaBSSStSBSEEc.rii3ESSE3c9B' SAUSAGE. 20 lbs. of meat. 2 tablespoons of sage. 1 I J. R. HENDERSON, Lowki.l. Ky. lell jljomen. 5 'ildespoono of sralt. Ii tablespooKs of black pepper. level tablespoon cayenne peppei. GUESSING COUPON. My guess is Seed in the Mam moth Pumpkin now on display in the Record Office Window. . .. f I ' . , lr nvmi ill -: u ' , A I , J I aj at 5. ts - Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Nov 12, 1914. SUNDAY SCHOOL, GASTORIA Iinf!VTWMW UNDER SIXTY FEET OF ICE By M. POULTRY PICKINGS. B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. P.IGNEY, Lesson VII. Fourth Quarter, For Nov. 15, 1914. THE INTERNATIONAL Text of the Lesson, Mark xiv, Copyright. 19U, "Will as the Cherry island expedition It wa.s purely in the interest of natural history Certain fish and birds which KS ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. 3 had become e.tiuct in the south were A few weeks ago we saw In the still to be found up there, according to story of Jesus Christ and Judas lscarl-ot- , the reports of whalers, and that was ling (itc S onachs andlJovtiJls of God and the devil face to face; now the object in fitting out the brig Albawe bare the Mime Lord Jesus in the tross for a voyage from Loudon. Aside prohands of His enemies and the strange from a strong handed crew, three acfessors and four or five students Promotes Digcsttonkcrfii-nes- s conduct, or. rather, misconduct, of one companied the expedition, and after a and ReslContatos note of Ills most favored disciples. All who voyage almost without event we OpiuRiIorphine norMaaal are not saved are lost, but lie came reached Cherry Island soon after the to seek and to save the lost When beginning of its brief summer. Not Narcotic. any lost one is convinced of sin and The Island, which Is of volcanic orHaeofMUcSMJiUIUam truly receives the Lord Jesus Christ igin, is a mere jumble of rocks, it is BapiaSaJ' they become saved ones, and all such eleven miles long by five in breadth are equally saved; no one Is more saved and at the time of our visit bad no than another, for all have the same trees higher than ten feet. These grev JblainsltSjJa Saviour and the same salvation. But between bowlders and on the slopes, IfmnSrrd- m1 S QanHeiSmr. the experience of such as are saved is with patches of coarse grass all about. S9S very varied, and the rewards will be bJit there was not a level spot half an acre in extent on the whole island. according to service. ApafedReraedyforConsflp Some follow fully as did Caleb and We had been on the island about thir tion Sour Stomadi.Dlantoa Worras.Com'ulsicrasJinwisa: Joshua, while some follow afar off like ty days and bad pretty thoroughly exncssandLosSOrSLEER Peter In this lesson. Some utterly re plored It when Professor Saunders and nounce the world, the flesh and the i my humble sell met with an accident IShU IfccSimilc Signatorerf1 L5S devil, while some are more or less con- one day which led to a most strange discovery. We had set off together on formed to this present evil age. ,fc Some have no confidence in self and a hunt after birds" eggs, and in walkKfj TlIE CENTAUn COMPATO; lean wholly upon the Lord, but others ing along a slope we struck a spot NEW YORK. EKEC are too often self confident as Peter overgrown with a short green weed. -- E was when he said, "I will lay down my As we walked over this bed we suddenly found ourselves slipping. There SSEff life for Thy sake" (John xlii, 37). saw When the band of soldiers took Jesus was water under it. and the whole tffi-Guaranteed underthe and led Him away Peter followed Iliiu mass gae way and sent us sliding We went slipping, it ravine. afar off, even unto the palace of the into clutching and humping a lull slidfifty high priest, and sat with the servants ing, Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE CCftTAU COMMNT, NCW YORK CITY neiup. and warmed himself at the tire (verses feet before we broughtbeyond hut a few us was hurt 53, 54). The record In John xvlii, 15, ther of bruises Owing to the wet grass we 1C, is that Peter and John both followcould not clamber out at that spiit and ed Jesus, but John being known to the so continued on down the ravine high priest went into the palace, but It was a toilsome Journey we made, Peter stood at the door without until a wall of ice .UAESAftfTEED John spoke unto her that kept the door but it ended at last at within half a mile of the surf. At that of lt.Hr PaMer.Iie-e'- s a remedy for hoe cholera TVnk Hog and brought lu Peter. point the depth of the ravine was ov is sold aaJcr a "Legal Guarantee Bond." How There is growth in grace and in the can yoa afford to tike chances acalnst hoe cholera though the a vntj ran sret this rcnfdv on such terms? knowledge of our Lord and Saviour aboutwa.shundred feet. and. was like shining above, it sun Remedy Bourbon Kog Cholera is guaranteed to cure and prevent Jesus Christ, a blessed experience, of evening Is ths only remedy ever put up that down there. A few yards beknown remedy. If which Peter speaks in the last verse hoe cholera. It does the wcrk better than any otherguarantee. At AH fore we were brought to a standstill we It did not. it would not be sold on such a strong of his second epistle (II Pet. Ill, IS). found the body of a man lying against Druadlsts. Write (or f rca booklet telllne how to save your hoes. There is also a possibility of a growing the wall of a rock on the right hand BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. Lctlngtop. Ky. departure from the Lord, even in the) side and ten feet above our heads It case of a saved person, and that thej was caught aud held fast on a point of saved one enter the kingdom saved as rock We were botli a good deal starby flre (I Cor. ill, 15: v, 5), but accord- tled by the grewsome sight. ing to the words of the Lord Jesus Him-"At some time or other." said the self it is impossible that a saved one professor as he looked about. "Oils rashould ever perish (John x. 2S). vine had been a creek of considerable Peter's downward steps as a disciple size flowing down to the sea This seem to have been bis self confidence man came up the creek rroin the and consequent blundering, his follow- beach, hut we now find a wall of ice ing afar instead of fully, his sitting in blocking it up Theie should be a the company of the servants and warm- boat frozen up lu the wall between us ing himself at their fire, followed by nnd the sea " hU profanity and base denial. Earlier We had nothing to make n torch of. In the record we bear Peter advising and. retracing our steps to a point the Lord not to speak of suffering, but where we could climb out of the rarather to pity Himself: on which occa- vine, we left the mystery to be solved BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS sion he was told that It was Satan another day There wns much discus- speaking through him and that he sa- sion around the campllres that even LOWER PRICES ON FORD GARS vored of men rather than of God (Matt ing, and parly next morning we set out Effective from August 1, 1914 to August 1. 1915 and xvi. 22, 23). On this occasion he was to see If the ravine had mire upon ft guaranteed against any reduction during that time again In the hands of Satau to be sift- time opened to the sea. We soon found ed, but our Lord had prayed for him that it had Its mouth had been on a $490. TOURING CAR Peter learned by small bay. but a storm had filled It (Luke xxil. bltfpr experience bomethlng of the wiles with bowlders and d:i mined buck the $440. RUNABOUT of the devil and therefore could write waters flowing down Itelween the $690. TOWN CAR all the more forcefully "Be sober, be sea and the spot where we found the O It hetroit hII rnr fully eiiuiK-l- . vigilant, because your adversary, the body the Ice was from rift t seventy In the ("lifted M.ittM of Ameri''it only.) devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about feet thick If the itu moiled it a Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum seeking whom he may devour, whom few feet In the -- iiiniiier the rains and miniefficiency in our factory production, and the resist steadfast in the faith" (I Pet. v. snows of winter stfdilj replaced mum co-- t in our purchasing and sales departments S. 9). what had been lot We found this we can reach an output of 30U.OOO cars between if The true Christian life is the "Not I. Ice as clear as glass and as hard as the above dates. Ai.d should we reach this probut Christ." "Not I. but the grace of Iron, but powder wns ln:ght lioni duction, we agree to pay as the buyer's share from No confidence in the the brig and holes were drilled, and in God" attitude. $40 to $60 p r car (on or about August 1, 1915) to flesh, but rejoicing In Christ Jesus (Gal a eouple of days we bad blasted out a every retail buyer who purchases a new Fold car between August 1. 1911 and August 1. 1915. li, 20; I Cor. xv. 10; Phil iii. 3l. The great rift to half its depth company of the ungodly is iio place for Everybody had a suspicion of what For further particulars regarding these low prices g and f plan see a child of God. and it is not for us to was frozen in down there, but yet the walk or stand or sit with them. We discovery gave us a shock When hut MADISON GARAGE, Richmond, Ky. do not need the warmth of their fire, thirty feet or Ice lay between as and but by meditation on the word of God the bottom of the ravine we could see may have such a flre in us as the dis- through it well enough to make out the ciples had with whom the Lord walked hull of a ship standing on an even keel. to Emmaus (Ps. 1. 1. 2; xxxix. 3: I.nke It was the hull of a brig, with masts xxiv. 32). Unbelievers have a great gone, but otherwise intact. We could many warming up places, such as the even make out the ropes, which had theater, the dance, the card table, and been frozen stiff as iron while they too often those who profess to be streamed along her decks, but there ( hristians, and perhaps are. may be were no bodies of dead men lu sight. found in such company and yet do nm To blast out the remaining depths of hesitate to sing. "Thon. O Christ, art ice and clear the ravine was a task requiring more aid than we could spare all I want, more than nil in Thee and more powder than we had a hoard. find." Ycert before, perhaps half a century, We should be careful to sing the truth as well as speak the truth, for only as a merchant vessel had made that little bay in distress. Wave and tide had we do this is it real worship. That Peter should be ashamed or carried her up the creek, and wave and afraid to confess Christ before these tide had blocked her exit If one of the crew got away up to servants seems pitiful Indeed. I judge from his cursing and swearing that he the ravine, why not all of them? And was probably given to profanity before yet no other body or remains were to This man. he began to follow Jesus, and this was be found on the Island a sudden outbreak of the old nature who may have been the captain, probwhich remains In us as long as we stay ably started out by himself to see If in these mortal bodies and concerning there was a chance of escape, but In which we are said to be always deliv- making his way up the ravine he perered unto death (II Cor. iv. 10. 11: ished of cold and hunger. There was Kom. vl, 11). What a look of love and scarce a hope for the others, if they pity and sorrow it must have been that left the hulk they were forced to reJesus gave to Peter and which sent him turn to it for shelter and food. There out to weep bitterly, for he was evi came u day when food and fuel were dently where Jesus could see him (Luke exhausted, when avalanches of snow covered the decks and the cold of winxxli. CI. 02). It would be well for us if we would ter froze the marrow of their twnes. always remember that those same eyes and they hid away in forecastle and open eyes staring V :ire ever upon us. searching lis through cabin and died with IfrWlWiLaJfcL.QflJL L ffsl a 1 BE Km m and through, and live by the well of Into the darkness. Upon our return Him that llveth and seeth me (II Cor. to London the case wns reported and xvl. 9: Gen. xvl. 13. 14. margin). Con- made much of in the papers, but no A W trast this same Peter, spirit filled, in, government or individual has ever the presence of the high priest nnd gone farther than we did.a A bulk lies hulk which there full of dead men the council, bold ns a Hon (Acts iv. ailed the waters of the frozen seas It). 20). and let ns be so filled. Any fear of man Is an indication that half a century ago and there It will being lie until time Is no more and chaos All Kentucky Drills have the immense advantage of the low the Spirit is not for the time bring-et- reigns again. It might be blasted out. controlling us. The fear of man or one a suarp. but in the fear of the Lord but of what use? The solving faltch, it has also a general purpose disk, being especially good in hard mystery of the sea more or less would is strong confidence. count for bnt little. ground, crusty tough soil, unplowed stubble or root land. Equipped m a" K'Uof For Infants and Children. erary b QUAD Associated Lit- iresi SERIES. lu the year lbtii; an KuglKli scientific society fitted out what was known The Kind You Have Always Bought 53, 54, 66-7- 2 Memory Verses, 71, 72 Golden Text, I Cor. x, 12 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. ANcgelaWeftqiaraiionGrAs-sirailalingihcroodamlRcguJ- a Bears the Signature of AAiT Pullets that are lajing uow. with proper caie and attention, can be made to lay all winter. Early batched pullets ougnt to be laying by this time. If they are not they have not beeu fed properly. Cold air that is dry is not harmful. The birds have feathers enough to keep them warm. Dampness means death, so keep the houses dry. It is a good thing to give the hens sklmuillk to drink, when it can be had. It acts as a sulr-t-i tute for meat and helps egg production. Be sure there are no drafts to blow on the birds at night. Do away with the windows In the hen house. Use frames covered with cheesecloth or with waterproof sheeting. Ass't Cash'r. J. J. WALKEK, Joe J. Walker, Jr., Vice r. Prest, t 4-- Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANIZED 1S83. "We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. ii Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. TURKEYS FATTEN THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. In QUICKLY ON CORN The fattening of turkeys should not begin until Nov. 1, but the corn ration may be gradually Increased through October, writes a New York corespondent of the National Stockman Whole corn constitutes the only fatten lug food used in this locality, and are never confined. They will fret and pine and lo.-- e flesh If conlined. while they fatten up quickly if allowed to roam at will and liae access to good bright corn. Beginning about three weeks before Thanksgiviug they arc given all the corn they will eat. Turkey growers are divided In opiu ion as to whether it pays be-- to dres tho birds or sell them alive to buyers. The common price paid for live turkeys is IS cents per pound. The best ones dressed bring from 2i! cents to 28 cents per pound and for several jeirs have not been below 22 cents. The Thanksgiving market calls for prime birds of different sizes. A few-olpounds toms dressing tweuty-fiv- e or more can be used, but mixed hens and toms weighing between ten and t Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. r. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- Use JENNY, President J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres'tu For Over R. 1 Jmrry. Ass't Cashier. J. n Thirty Years Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. . GASTORIA CURE Samuai D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny. J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. h Lesslfo it Draw A Check fop ChoSera "" d I pBirlS tJ - 1 ami iWSHlFiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiB for the money you ove and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. h mmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH pHi The Garrard Bank e & Trust Company kkkkkkkkW kkm 'kH Any roof that will last 27 years and is well worth looking into. 1 hat's the record behind 13 talkkkkkkkkkl JL. ). still in good condition fr IpBjHh HkBUkkkH I I 1 HiliHiilfrttii iSlilvWistl There are thousands of houses all over the country, many of them in this state, from, the owners of which this, statement can be verified. 4 For Sale by Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company. 50 North 23rd rjfit-sharin- Kill turkes by bleeding in mouth or opening the veins of the neck, lians by the feet until pioperl" Med. Leae head and feet on and do not remoe intestines or crop. Alwas dry pick while warm, avoiding tearins. The tall feathers come off with a twist a straight pull will "set" them Dressed turkos. when drj picked. sell le-i- t and command better piiees tii.m scalded Mis. ah the appeal ance .a brighter and nioie attractive. The tm-k- e shonu is perfectly dressed Street. Philadelphia. alas Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Parsley's Indian Herbs 45 Days' Treatment, 5100 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 1 0c. 3 bars 25c ..LLCS SALE AT C. i Eeatucky Drills. 1 sow accurately any seed from the smallest flax see to the largest cow pea. twenty wjuiids are most in demand. weighing less than ten pounds shoii'd be kept and fed until Christina, when prices are nearly as good. IZiery tin key raiser should study bis market to find what It wants and then bend his energies to supply it if he would command top prices. 1'or shipping use small boxes of uniform size, holding about fifteen turkeys each. Line the box with white paper and place same between the layers of turkeys. For convenience to the retailer part toms and part hens are packed in each box with contents orrectly marked on the outside. The weight of box or "tare" should also be plainly marked on each. If old birds are included that should also be stated. Thus the retailer knows exactly what he is buying before opening it. Ilonesty In packing will bring returns In dollars and cents. Any Remedy For Roup. When roup Is detected in the hen flock It is well to thoroughly disinfect the house and be sure it is well cleaned and kept clean. A few drops of kerosene should be added to the drinking water, and the rations may be changed by feeding a hot mash containing chopped onion. Infected birds rhould be given a pill made of equal parts of mustard nnd sulphur. One pill each day will be sufficient. There are numerous roup cures to be had. some of which are very helpful. DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR OF C & J. E. Stormes and R. E. McRocerls. PURSLEY'3 INDIAN HERBS AWELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box of our sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If you have not yet tried any or all ot them you don't know what a fine treat you have been missing. Dcn't keep on y and missing it. Order a box commence enjoying yourself. to-da- St rtS ,gjKrHPS3W JB Jw B B BW 3. Lancaster tling CO. We Write Anv Kind of BotPhone 202. h with chilled bearings which are simple and durable, drag bars of heavy high carbon steel, built of the best material throughout. 'Get our price and don't experiment with some new thing. Get the Standard of Drills, the KENTUCKY. Remarkable Core of Croup. CASTOR I A Por Infants and Children. 3 Kind I Becker, Ballard & Co PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. You Have Always Bought Cignature of 0aSifflZ&&X Important. "Last winter when my little boy had croup I got him a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I honestly believe it Bear in mins that Chamberlain's saved his life," writes Mrs. J.B.Cook, Indiana, Pa. "It cut the phlegm and Tablets not only move the bowels but relieved his coughing spells. I am improve the appetite and strengthen most grateful for what his remedy hus done for him." For sale by all dealers. the digestion. For sale by all dealers INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. J. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, A. BEAZLEY & CO. Phone 27. The Central Record, Thursday Nov 12 1914. i V November IP JHL - Page 7 and then you will not ask whv it is 1 IMmilUMMOMUJOautMOauuU that breads disrespect of law. Honestly is it not the big clean men in the traffic, who like yourself, are too wise to use their own products, and who find in prohibition territory, even if it be only a city ward, more congenial atmosphere in which to build a home? What 1 desire for every home in Kentucky same quiet' refined and elevating at mosphere which follows prohibition ;s ! Good Eight Room Brick h is? and light radiates from the sun. Store Room, for Sale You, a citizen, eem Cistern. Well. Hdrant. Bair a t. all from your allusion to the Webb-Ktnjo- n Necessary Out Buildirg-F- r law to understand just exactly how to further information a . ut make that law effective. If jou. as one good citizen will draft a bill, which your National League will respect, a Barber Shop. bill which a half dozen lawyers known throughout the State will agree will enable Kentucky to get the protection &. that ought to come from the Webl- Kenyon law, I, as as another good citi- - ' , , .... . :.i i.ii.. iiieuge you .. . iI ana i VPTPrina t " 4eii, win Kiauiy ..I..., mai the Kentucky Woman's Christian Tern- - j perance Union will stand by you to got 0Jfice at Rai gubje s Lj j the bill thru the next Legislature. -- -- Kentucky "We both want "'prohibition that t Lancaster. ' ; will prohibit?' "Oh! for financial reasons? "Saddling her (Kentucky) with mock prohibition, which will do away with personal libertj, wipe out property worth millions, make a harvest for $- 'blind tigers' and bootleggers, an.i yet do nothing to reallv stop the ',. W. Morrow, (lr.u1uute Oj t r ma consumption of liquor'. Mr. Gilmore, Klttt-i- l 'i t4tifrt:nn i . our last assertion refutes jour first statement. If prohibition will do noth ing to really stop the consumption of liquor, how does it do away with per and sonal liberty to drink all the person wants? That checkmates the first statement, does it not. Then, as the blind tiger and the bootleggers are. Opposite Post Office according to the testimony of the wisest head who is detending tlw traffic, Bath In Connection. your agents, you are. In this confession estopped from railing against the prohibitionists for bringing our laws into disrespect, are you not? How do you reconcile the statement that prohibition makes blind tigers and bootleggers with the fact that every license city has a large number of blind tigers, as is proven, not only through For Every Occasion detective service, but also by the numFor ber of Government tax receipts. John M. McRoberis. instance, in New York under license there are 1,100 more tax receipts issued than saloon licenses, and this is true in every city under license. " 'Wipe out property worth millions? Mr. Gilmore. who proposes to destroy any property? Kentucky needs factor, Physician and ies for Useful products, canneriess LANCASTER. KY. creameries, etc. Can these building-no- t be adjusted to thes? uses? The Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 22b machinery costs the distiller no more in proportion to profits than that of the Ofhce Hoars moonshiner, whose little still is seized n.m to 1.'. 1 p.m. to 4 and destroyed by the Government 1 1 MODEL LICENSE LEAGUE CHIEF I QUESTIONS MRS BEAUCHAMP Wants To Know Just What Proposals of Those Who Would Make Kentucky Dry are and W. C. T. U. Leader Answers Head of Wet Organization. After the announcement by Mrs. ; CARDS. SMGAfK, law-abidi- - -- October 14, 1914. J $ If the label on your paper is 1914 you owe us a Dollar. 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M flilmore. president of the the Woman's Christian Temperance National Model License League. Union of Kentucky, that a campaign i Louisville, Ky. prohibi would be made for State-wid- e "My Dear Sir Since you do me the tion; Colonel T. M. Gilmore, president honor of addressing a circular letter to of the National Model License League, me, in which you propound certain addressed an open letter to Mr?. questions. I will endeavor to reply Beauchamp, asking her certain ques- thereto. Truth is irighty and will pretions about what was proposed to do vail. about the shipment of liquor into dry " 'The eternal years of God are hers: territory and other questions relating But Error wounded writhes in pa:n. to the liquor business, in case Ken- And dies amid her worshippers.' tucky voted dry. "You ask me to inform the people In her reply Mrs. Beauchamp said, of Kentucky just what my proposals that she advocated an amendment to are in the declaration, 'on to Frankthe Constitution of Kentucky which fort. as the slogan of the VV. C. T. U wouldforeverprohibit the sale, the man- This seems hardly necessary, having ufacture for sale, the importation for such confidence in their intelligence and integrity. 1 am fully convinced that sale of all kinds of spirituous liquors. The open letter to Mrs. Beauchamp they know just what I mean. but. if from Coljnel Gilmore follows: there be any little one among the num"Mrs. Frances E. Beauchamp, Presi- ber. I will say that I mean that, under dent of the Kentucky W. C. T. U. the principles of a government, wheie the people are to reign, when a state "Dear Madem: "The newspapers report that, fol- has in her various county and precinct lowing announcement of the results of elections, by an overwhelming majority recent county elections, you sounded said that a traffic ought not to exist, the opening trumpet of a campaign that their wish should be obeyed and for statewide 'prohibition' in 'Ken- wrought into the organic law of that tucky,' giving as the slogan 'On to state, that the question may be settled and the people have peace in which to Frankfort!' "Before you call upon the people work out other governmental problems. " 'Do I advocate a leallv 'dry Kenof this commonwealth to enter lightly upon a campaign fraught with such tucky.' etc? I advocate an amendserious results, would it not be well ment to the Constitution of Kentucky for jou to inform them just what which shall forever prohibit the sale, you proposals are? the manufacture for sale, the impoita-tio- n for sale, the transpoitation for "Do you advocate a really 'dry' Kentucky, with all liquor shut out sale of all vinous, spirituous, or malt fiom her people, or do vou favor the liquors within the State, I do this of prohibition which has brought because the liquor tiaflic is the most v.ith it crime and disrespect for law in serious drain upon the wealth of the other states? Ftate. is detrimental to the general "The people of the great state of welfare of her people, and destructive Virginia voted only a few days ago of the inalienable rights to life, liberty 1 to drive the saloon from within her and the pursuit of happiness.' beborders, but the prohibition lieve that all laws taxing or licensing a leaders there took good care to see traffic which produces crime, pauperism that there be included in their plat- and political corruption ought to be reform ro suggestion of interference pealed. with the flow of liquor from other "The United Stales Supreme Court states. has twelve times said: There is no in"They were willing to destroy the herent right in a citizen to sell intoxiprvperty of others within their own cating liquors.' Again the Supreme commonwealth; they were willing to Court says: A license to do that which have the owls hoot at midday in the is odious and against the common right distilleries of the Old Dominion; but is necessarily an outrageupon the equal did not raise a finger to make effect- rights of citizens.' ive the real prohibition of which they B- I am fully persuaded of the wisdom whenever it is found. loudly proclaimed themselves the adIs not destruction of property a and justice of the same United States vocates. DENTIST. sort of bugaboo like the eternal cry ' "These same leaders helped put the Supreme Court when it says: 'No that prohibition campaigns make divis- Phone Ci. Lancaster. Ky- ' can uargain away me puonc n law on the Federal 'health or the public morals. The people ion, stir up strife, create hard feelings. statute books avowedlv to make real while the fact is, that a prohibition prohiticn possible within the states. themsalves cannot do it, much less campaign draws the people nearer totheir servants. Goverment is organizyet here they studiedly disavowed any ed wilh a view to their preservation, gether, creates sympathy and love more intention of cutting off Virginia's liquor and cannot divest itself of the power to than anything in which I have ever supply by that law's use. taken part, and I have participated in provive for them.' scores ot them In more thar. one 'prohibition' state, You ose the interrogatory form to the express provision has be'n made "What are the lacts? The United Paint Lick. Kentucky. assest that prohibition has brought inin prohibition legislation that there to other states "crime and disrespect States Government by unwise and un shall be no interference with shipments tor law.' You forget that ussertion is just legislation, has made a great monfrom outside. In all the supposedly Residence IV- e r.C-- g opoly of the liquor trafik. has destroj-e- d Office Phone 'dry' states the prohibition leaders hsve not proof. The evidence of competent the personal liberty of the citizen to and trustworthy witnesses on the ground been careful to safeguard the outside Dp. W, E. WlcWilliams. is of necessity more convincing to the make his own corn into whisky, and, bases of supply while driving out the thinking, reasoning mind than the as- for a consideration, has given this privlegitimate wholesaler and retailer from Lancaster, Ky. sertion of nonresident. Every Guvernor ilege to a 'favored class', a 'corporawithin. tion' 1 1 list, or monopoly; for such the and every United States Senator, of the . disea.e "Is this your plan in Kentucky, Mrs State of Maine for forty years, with one Model License League makes the liquor Special attention given to iaj v Children. Prompt service i. Beauchamp? nd this monopoly of t privipitiable exception, tells us Uiot pro- traffic After forcing 'prohibition' en coun- hibition has had just exactly the op- lege, wrested from the hands of the ties which have indica'ed they did not posite effect. When I was in Maine, people, has been able to clear from oOO want it, will you safeguard, as in other I asked in Sundav school that every to 800 percent on the investment. The prohibition' states, the sipply of child who had ever seen a drunken people pay for the distilleries and the liquors from outside? Man, raise the hand, and not one hand breweries from five to eight times each n Jaw prohibit--fhipme- was ""The FUNERAL ever lifted and that in Portland, year. No one wishes to destroy any from without to prohibition as well as in inland towns, is a well legitimate property. On the contrarv it Office 0ec National 1 anv state which has enactod necessary established fact that drunkenness pro Tee woufd right a wrong. Kentucky has I'hurt .7 Kesidence I'hon-- 3. annnlfimpntnru makmfr it duces crime, so the children s evidence permitted the diversion of some twenty I effective, I.ANCASTE1I KY. five million two hundred ami seventy is in .point. A distinguished citizen of "The weapons tre al hand with jour awn beautiful city wrote to Maine thousand seven hundred and forty dolwhich to make Ker.tucky really 'dry' ascertain it it coul'l be true that lars from legitimate line of trade. We if that if what yor and yixsr associates to r 8 to Maine had hed only ffce murders ir.that prohibitionists propose to restore the Phone Ofiice H- - ,iis)lto4-7to9- p. m plan. 229. current yea. The State's Attorney's balance by putting this sum wltrre it you take full .xdvantage of reply was "Will that the statistics for Ohat win yieiu ncner proius. uless and Danny V. A. Wteta 'them? rather than impoverish an blight vear were aot corrjilete. but aded "Do you propose a redly 'dry' Ken- that J Iain bad had bet thirty murders the people: where it will increase, inDoctors W Denial Surgery. tucky, or a KenUurky tdry' in name in six years. The very week that this stead of decreasing efficiency- - where it a Kentucky labaed 'prohibi-iio- n' evidence car.e to me. The Lexirgton will feed the hungry, clothe the naked Ollic- -. SHimrO:-i.'.i!ro,Tonly; liur' :rr en h Furuiiurttjiore. at Kentucky of Herald reported th.lt the court of Lex nu give eicpioymeni in six limes as but just as old, overrun by .the baotlegger and ingtor. had docketed twenty-nin- e KENTUCKY. mur riany laborers as are now employed in LANCASTER. blind tiger owner, or getting its liauor ders cz nine months the traffic: where it will make happy The most simple Icy the barrel, jug or bottie, from outminded araonj; us can see thr.t the ftomes, us which future citizens, treed side.? balance is on the wiong side si the from the fong line of hereditary curses "I assume you tant the liquor trad? sheet o far as 'crinw and the disrts- which euaie upon the children of drink driven out of Keriucky because you pecticf law' k concerned. But, cf this irs, snal. neve a chance to grow into Leading Manufacturing consider it sinful, If it be sinful to is I can call a cloud of wit noble, hippy and healthy manhood and sell liquor, wholesale or n.tail, why is nesses Crom the offuvul ranks in Kan womatireooe, WKV1 I rolph 9 VIQtnn o.s it rot equally sinful to indulge in the sps. .Xorth J?nkota, Georgia, North J sisnietiises4ersiitUed. to do, of what .use thereof? i.; Carolina and other prohibition .states, It- - . I... iiimI ivtiiuuchi.ina vvouiu .ue j 133-13- 5 neiiiuiLV West Main St. "And if this be asserted, why should Euch men as J&dge 2'ollock, Governor without drink, it not only inspires me and your allies do .your utmost Glenn, Wright, TiickeCt, Hoch, Little- - to greater .activity, but it creates in Lexington, not jou Kentucky. great Jongine that such New York, Brussels, Belguim. to make Kentucky really 'dry' instead nekl and thousands fcrom the jinvate me a and xcanv others of the men as vou. 'trade of saddling her with cock prohibition, walks of tife, i who will not blur taeir brain or blitrht which will do away with personal You wdi excu&s me. Air. Gilmore. if J their ofisptiag by csing strong drink liberty, wipe out property worths mil- I decline toaccept your assertions about would unite jour .God given powers to destroy this icrime of crimes, the lions, make a harvest for the blind the 'coble men and wocaen of Virginia' help liquor tratin. tiger owner and the bootlegger, bring many of whom 1 know personally to be, " 'Sin is a want .4 f conformity unto our laws into disrespect and yet do true, loyal, devotecf citizens. J recog- or transgression of the law of God. nothing to really stop the consumption nize the fact that our (view-poi- nt has Drunkeuess is an individual sin, and only feeling I htve for the Door of liquor? much to do with our range of vision, the arunKara is that Uta will pity him "1 speak not here of the right nor but, honestly, Mr Gilmore which do you nd have mercy upon his family, and the wrong of the liquor business. You think will seek to evade die prohibition rescue the Mate winch carries the and 1 have divergent views as bo that. laws of the state and of the nation the burden of his handicapped ofTsnnner. On! the crime a "What I do urge is common honesty men, who, as you say, are the 'leaders such wrong doneof to state that permits her unborn citiinaugurating whr helped to put the Webb-Kenyin the fight which you are zens. While it is upon the state's greatest industry. on the Federal statute books' or all sin is individual. nd woefullv must law "What I do urge is that you come the 'men engaged in the liquer traffic?' the individual suffer it. crime is aeainst out under your true colors that you Did not the Nestor of the liquor organi- the State, and that Government is doomed commits, condones either fight for real prohibition or that zation say to your Model License Lea- nives at with crime against its or con- Everything for Orchard. Lawn and n future you confess that is not what you seek. gue; 'You may conceal your retailer in citizen, I declare that may deliberate, Garden. fixed and unalterable choice now and is your choice? "What local option territory, you may avoid Write for free Catalogue. No Agts "Very truly yours, the restrictive measures of license, ever is to do all in my power to rid my state ana nation irom tne aarK blot of "T. M. GILMORE, high or low, but you cannot hide your the liquor traffic. "President National Model License distilleries and your breweries, and the "Most respectfully yours, for the & Son?, League. day prohibition goes into effect, that destruction of the liquor traffic, Lexington, Kentucky "Louisville, Ky., Oct. 7. 1914." day your business has got to die?' Will n?AKri?B v. niTATTr'waiiiD ' I you not note the significent pronouns, President Kentucky W. C. T. U. Nurserymen since 1841. '.Mrs. Beauchamp's reply follows: Henry Duncan's Or. Wm. ... w.and rv Surgeon DentlSi Pryor, I gg x$gs; THE NEW Barber Shop J. E. Seale5Prop Fine Cut Flowers W. M. ELLIOTT, Surgeon F1. Waltek Webb-Kenyo- H. J PATRICK, Dcsntisto. - -- JL A.Beezle; )t;j Webb-Kenyo- nt Bi2GH)R lfiltinn Ia. en-ric- fi, I. L m vt Victor ffogaerf Or T JsweiersS Importers -:- T- i.. .. " on Shade Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, true that Phlox, Etc. TREES Fruitand Trees H.F.IIillenmeyer Page 8 LIVE STOCK The Central Record, Thursday Nov 12 1914. LOST. HINTS. Yon Can Do The Same Thing. Edward Olcott w:is convalescent, ami the morning was a marvel of suiishiu". Heavy Feeding and Lack of Exercise There Is a delicious feeling about tirst Likely to Cause Impotence. fancy i explain convalescence thai The boar should always be kent in a able from the io;irrast between sufthrifty, vigorous condition, neither too sufferiug fat nor too lean for active service, fering and the t relief from lli.it lie was never nine or ten o'clock at night. writes I C. Reynolds in the Orange It seemed to She has never left me. ( SMALL FARM OR LOld Mrs. GeofreyMcrgan of Madison was Parents, see after your boys, and the The piano is nearly paid for. Judd Kartuer. If too fat he becomes so well in his lire, ami yet It would the guest of her sister Mrs. R. G. for him company they keep. It will be worth in re- have been well niirli sluggish, inactive and uncertain Some of the neighbors think this PAD CAIU Wood3 the sults. There is more danger of keeping to get out of the invalid di.ilr In which more than gold to you and them in the man is a plain nut, but others claim Pa3- week. rUK JrlLL. i the hoar in too high flesh condition he had been wheeled So the glass In-- years to come. Mr- - Woods Walker left Saturday for that he's a public benefactor, conI have sixteen acres of land, front- than too lean, as he is usually well ...lfwo1 twinh of rfu Inisjiitnl , . Parents, teach your boys to dis- sidering all the trouble he has saved ing on pike, within six miles of 3 county i Lagrange to attend tne annual meet eared for where his services are ap He had not tecii there long before criminate between mischief and fun, the local gossips. seats, close to school and churches, ing ot the National Fox Hunters asHowever, methods of han- predated. an attendant dropped a newspaper in between good and bad. Teach them which I will sell as a whole or in lots sociation. h- - noticed some his lap. enfolding it. that no night in the year should be THE NEBRASKAN A The Ladies of the W. C. T. U. will of two acres or more words written in pencil in a woman's turned over to destroying property and Also 3J acres, fronting on pike, has give a pie supper at Metcalfs ice cream haud on the margin They read: injuring property and otherwise putting Posses-- j parlor Friday evening. Admission 15 Dear Patient I am ery sorry for you PROCLAIMER OF PEACE. spring of everlasting water. Many I hope juu will Kei comfort from this people to great inconvenience. sion at once. Will sell on easy terms. ' cents to all. paper, which I intend to put in the box a boy does a thoughtless act that leads I G. B. Swinebroad, In these days of mighty conflict beMiss Belle Denny, of Stanford and at the tcrm'ij.il of the railroad for paI pity you to future trouble because he lacked a tween the nations of Europe there is hospitals Lancaster, Ky. pers to cu to the ALFALFA HAY FOR Mrs. W. S- Walker of Lancaster were especralU iititm confined on account of wise guidance. being promulgated in the city of the Ruests of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. lllnets when Tliunkssivitis is comine on. Washington the greatest plans ever FOR RENT FOR THE Cheer up' On nei ThanUssiv'.ng da HORSES AND MULES you will be in coiiuition to enjoy "DONT TALK WAR; I trust undertaken by men in the direction of I Mrs. A. C. Estridge. Misses Ethel. a fire Thanksgiving dinner permanent peace between the nations. Lucile end Burenam Estridge and Mrs. IJJjj) This eomiunulcation to an unknown TALK BUSINESS." During the past year Secretary Bryan dear patient was signed with two Inibod Anney spent. Wednesday in Uerea has signed peace treaties with twenty- A 10 room house with good cisterns Horses fed alfalfa are maintained tials. E. A. The newxpnpei was a Here is the message that Chicago two nations large and small, and recently all necessary out buildings, and 13 acre, the guests of Mr. Lewis McWhorter bal more economically, are supplied a weekly issued at a pl.ue called I'd-.'and family. anced ration without bran, and growThese peace ' of land, including a large garden, stable water, some twenty miles from the business men are giving to their sales"! he signed four more. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Corneilison of men: "Don't talk war; talk business!" treaties provide that all natiens submit j lot. good orchard and pasture. ing draft colts have seldom been inThis city jured by eating too much alfalfa and It's a cry that has come up out of their grievances to an arbitration court place is 1 mild from Paint Lick, Ky., Berea have taken charge of the tele"That little note." said Okolt to him The arcmnn.uo ing illustration oats. As a horse feed good well color- It is no written l'J a girl No on- - the ground. and shall not declare war against each 'on the Richmond and Lancaster turn-oth- phone exchange at this piace. The j self, "was fIious a self lecder in which to cd alfalfa is equal in value to wheat j keep condwm nt before boss at all else would have signed her initials "tag" to sell goods. It is a hard-sens- e until the arbitration court shall pike. There is another pike at the side exchange has been moved into the new j bran in the horse ration. ThK is the times . good mixtute to nse is The place in ulilcli she I'm- is made expression of a conviction. The small have passed upon the trouble between of residence and there is a rural route building across the bridge. as follows: Three husliels of charopinion of the Nebraska experiment up of resiliences ol well to do people. i business man began to use it before it any two nations. coal, eialit jiounJs of salt, two Mr. Conn Asher who has been the These treaties are on each pike. There are two railroad station, which lias investigated alfalfa question if in all there are "! Iiou M' i leached his bigger brother. iuurts of air slal.ed lime anil one particularly the fruit of the peace labors stations, with Express offices, one J of efficient mail carrier on route no. 2 for and other hay for horses. 1 shall have no dilliei::ty In discoverin lusiel of wood atlus. Mix and We are talking too much war. We of Secretary Bryan. For many years a mile, and the other one mile distant, several years, resigned his position on In the experiment six animals did tiowder line anl tuld one and a half who K. A is. .ii. d I propose to dine pounds of cop;eraH dissolved in a have other important things to do. he advocated the principle which he We are in easy walking distance of November the first, and left the heavy work seven or eight hours daily, I would Th::iil;slvlng with her Sprinkle .ilIon of boiling water. We have to make good the ravages of has now engrafted in the treaties with Paint Lick's flourishing High School, past week for Livingston where he will and mules consumed half as much do so this jear but for tl.e fact that tills on tlie mi.ttlle and Incorpomiil-- s. workrate, it tlioroiiBlily alfalfa as the horses. The theie isn't lime and I couldn't eat a war. We have to start our goods go-o- the nations, and through all the years It is an ideal place for a travelling man engage in the merchantile business. ' ing one hour less a day. held their ing thru the channels of trade for Tlianlvsgiviu dinner " the world will give him credit for pav- - with children to educate, who desires Mr. Asher has many friends in this own with the horses, and the oot of means, own protection. ing the way for that permanent peace I to place his family in a good neighbor-whic- h community who regret exceedingly to may make him temporarily impo- jj Olcott was a j.niiig man of s as much for the dlins feed was ' ,e great battles of Europe need no him for breeding The reason why he was at a hospital , must prevail among the nations hood, and healthful location. It is in give him up. li.ules as for the horse. With alfalfa, tent and disqualify I instead of his own home was twofold m.e?s agents. They're making them purposes. which have signed the Bryan peace very easy walking distance of two , to obtain the best results in pasturing, without a se!ves heaid all over the world every My experience In handling a boar is -l- irst. he was a treaties. The treaties signed recently churches, i mile to another, and about it Is advised that horses should be am, too much stress e.innot be laid near relative and. second, he had heeu , morn, evening. The by Secretary Bryan were with England, 1 and that STANFORD. miles, to two others. These nlcht. Six work horses. upon turned out at the importance of causing the recommended bj his physical, u newspapers will keep folks in- - Spain, China and France. Those four are of the leadirg denominations. For with rations of corn and oats and a boar to take abundance of exercise to a hospital as the most coiiwnlent, feed of alfalfa hay at noon, it was ob- - during the winter season. If well fed place in which to be ill. i'ossibly in foimed about them, as they must be nations govern 900 millions of people, furtherparticuiars address. Dr. Nelson Mrs. J. C. Reynolds and baby are served, stood work equally well with and housed he is very likely to sleep a i his convalescent state he was especial- - informed. treaties here- JIays, R. U. No. 2, Paint Lick visiting in May3ville. and with the twenty-tw- o ' ) dry fed horses on adjoining farms. "Don't talk war, talk business!" Kentucky. tofore negotiated, more than large iortioii of bis time aud become ly impressible. Be that as it may. he A. D. Bradshaw, of Lancaster, was Tor fattening horses one feeder se- - clumsy and slow at service. I have ' read the paper that had been given j The first thing you know business of all the people in the world now here a short time Monday. cured four pounds gain daily on horses injured boars from too heavy feeding him. conjuring up visions of the per- - j w ill begin to talk back. be under permanent peace treaties. REPORT OF THE CONDITION pounds coarse and lack of exercise and know from KOll who wrote the message on the; by feeding twenty-on- e Will Denny and Louie Tinder, of pa Lancaster were here Monday. Tips and Tips. experience that It is an easy matter to ' margin When lie had linished the is the best caddit COTTON SEED MEAL produce temporary impoleney. I am pers perusal ne lore on tue message "The Scotch Mrs. Susan B. Yager is in Louisville Inclined to think that a little hardship. for preservation and future use In the world." said a famous playei. the guest of Mrs. W. R. Rice. age when au ap "only, like all his nice, lie's a little Olcott was at an such as causing the boar to walk FOR BEEF CATTLE. BANK, James Brady has accepted a position twenty rods to his meals, is a prudent j preciation for the pleasures of social near, a little light across the chest, with a clothingestablishment at Carlisle According to the United States Agpractice in the long run and especially life begins to lose its edge When he Bang goes sixpence. don't you knou during the winter. When service is se- - j was twenty he fancied that lie va "A friend ot mine spent Ins vaca- riculture Department there will be an V. H. Shanks, who has been at txo.iio:t.i OK l.ANCASTKK. KY.. AT ier of course, exercise should be courted because of his attractiveness tion golling on the famous St. An- abundant supply of cotton seed meal Columbus, Ga.. for several weeks is at .My friend he had drews linUs in Scotland greatly lessened and attention directed Now that he was twenty-seve- n in this country this year and a great heme, come to understand that he was court i had a ver. tine Scotch caddie, a notorito balancing the ration. opportunKy is opened to the farmers TkeCloseofBnslnessOct 31. 1914 Mrs. Caswell Saufley and father. 9assBBBBBBSBK799RQ9sssBssfi al The age of the boar should be taken ed principally for what his income rep ously line Scotch caddie, anil he said money by feeding beef cattle Judge O'Rear, of Frankfort were here into consideration in compounding a resented. He had not lived at home to the man I he lirst day on the course: to make UESOUKCES. Monday. ration. If young and immature more! since the death of his mother, when he "Dngald. my man. I expect to get than for some years past. The feedLoiiu-ni$lvl.h6t 73 tlesh and bone forming elements should was nineteen. II is Illness, during some good tips from you during my ing value of cotton seed meal has been Overdraft', discountsuud Mrs. Mattie Duncan and father, Mr. IJ-11 unsecured. recognized for some time and large U. S. IIoikU secured circulation. be included in the feed. Corn, barley which he had been under the care of, stay here." to secure 50.C00 10 Alex Denny of Lancaster, were here In Oho 10 " And I expis-t- . said imgald dryly. quantities of it have been shipped to Bonds securltlen. etc T and wheat ground finely together and paid nurses, had made him sensible of last week. slock In Federal Reserve a thick slop with skiminilk whnt might be the tender solicitude of "the like frne you. mixed in European markets for several years. Hank M.V. all other scork 00 00 John Mershon, of Somerset, was make a splendid ration. Skimmilk is one wno loved mm. sundry joung On account of the European war the Iue frtm Nutlotinl Hunks (not reserve .oeoto here last week with his daughter Mrs. ly the best feinl for a ladles he had met in society had en Velocity ot Sound. ageutsi l.iOOW exporting of this valuable feed has agent young growing hoar and should always deavored to make It appear to him C. C. Hill. The velocity ot sound depends upon been practically stopped, and the re- Dnefrom approved reserve iu othin Central Cities be used when ar at hand. Clover hay that they appreciated him for himself the medium through which the sound 9S33S6 er reserve Mrs. Lelia Cook has returned after a will be Checks and cities $sll.!d 130 M well cured nnd.alfalfa are also excellent hut he believed that any other man has to travel. The mean velocity of sult will be that cotton seed other cash items... Ml 00 visit to her sister. Mrs. J. W. Sallee at very low. It is estimated that 2,000,000 Votes ol other National Bans roughages to feed during the winter. who could give them a home would sound in air is I.IU5 feel per second, 0.r Fractional paper cnrrency.nlckels.cts Harrodsburg. . as they serve lo take the place of do as well. while the velocity of sound in water is tons of the meal will be available this Lawfi-i- JI02.EY Heskkvk Is Bask. B L. Fagaly. of Wayuesburg moved green forage that cammt be secured at tieing year. It is approximately estimated Bpeeie ra: 4.71)8 tevt pel 2,090 On For these reasons he was attracted given at r u.t 00 U.ifiS tx here last week and will follow the notes this time of the year. Silage Is also a to this person who had a heart to take abuut four times quicker than in air. that the cotton seed meal will be $15 a i very good feed for the boar If fed in carpenter trade. in an unknown person In a hospital Cast iron conveys sound at the rate of ton cheaper than linseed meal, and in Redemption Knuri with U. S. Treasurer (Mof clrrnlatlf.nl . moderate amounts twice daily. iioi' 00 a posHi&! teet per seeonU. or aliout six- addition its feeding value a trifle higher. from whom there was scan-elMrs. Mildred Beazley has returned to 1.? ,lw. tnttii..,tA tl.r. Ci ttmtfi.f.iiit Total. . sibility that she could derive any bene teen times more quickly than air. New This meal is very rich in protian, and 4I.IS5 ST Lancaster after a short visit here with boar upon the pig crop that no farmer fit York American. is considered that its feeding value is MABIUT1KS relatives and friends. should feel indisposed to give him the She might possibly be old and home $50.000 00 twice that of corn. In other words. Capital stock paid tn I consider it as imprubest of care. Mrs J, F. Larue, came up from iO.UWOU ""ic".is equal Snrpluslnnd.. .. Buying s Dog Blanket. ly. but he did not liclleie she was Undivided profits.les expenses and Now that agents of the Ficnch one pound of cotton seed meal dent to neglect the boar as the sows, Louisville Sunday to see her sister. "What's the matter tberei Can't ... i. , - ! Lnac.vaiu At any rate, as soon as he was dls i !iad:n;r and Hrito-amies for in either case unprofitable results charged from the hospital he proposed .von please that lady in a dog blan 10 IWO pounas Ol corn lor came leea- Reserved for Taxes Mrs. George DeBorde. this coanm owner of tho K'pd Outs'itndlng. 30 are sure to" follow. Success in hog mis-- I ing. This is very important to cattle National Baulc Notessubject tocheck. uo,-:- lt 111 of mules needed to piM sun- - and up that is. if she lived in ket" s Individual deposits Misses Lucile and Magel Kelley, of ing depends on all things and not uku to hunt her provision wagons will ra a rich 70 00 "I can please her. all right." answer- feeders throughout the corn belt and tertinea cheeks. Hdgewater If not. there was not Campbellsville are the guests of their Horses ale Rood, md a Bills payaHle. including obligations Harvest one alone. tindlng her. cav-aed the clerk, "but she wants the dog and where much corn is usually fed. It much hope of representing money ed.. 15.oi o no grand-garentereat rnan thousand head of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. hoinrtit. hill Ills preference, und he's one has been demonstrated that one pound animals will When the next Thanksgiving siason to Total !I.1SS 57 Newlund, iKvned. ound inulec ale WATER FOR HORSES mule his came round Olcott had made the tie ol these blase pups that don't seem of cotton seed meal to a ration of corn armies whit ITurnpeaii STATEOFKENTCCKY.COUNTYOFGAKItARD.SS: Mrs. .Mildred Beazley. of Lancaster, quaintance of Miss Kdllh Arnold of to care for anything." Judge. and clover hay, resulted in the saving Mules will weir twice as" Ions s I. ff. C Iienny. Cashier of the above Abundant Supply Needed to Aid ProcHdgewater and had proved by secur 'joisi. ard rat only lia'f as inucli of 1.37 pounds of corn and 1.41 pounds named bank, do solemnly sear that the above and Miss Liccie Beazley spent several ess of Digestion. Musical Comment. big a specimen of her handwriting statement is true to the best of my knowledge days last week with .Mrs. P. C. is Ii'rse: therefore, mules for the hay. Sandidge mid belief. tj.O. Denny. slionn wu? chani-l-o- n ai o The While the horse's stomach is proper that she was the person who hail con "Yes." said Mr. Cumrox. "we spent a of clover at. aillledgeville. Cashier. at the Missouri stal fair This means that if corn was 70 cents tionately small, its capacity for water tributed the newspaper that be had lot of money teaching our boy I'erclvat Subscribed aud sworn to before rue this vth Mrs. T. W. Jones and little Miss is almost phenomenally great; hence read as a convalescent. There had Claude to play the violin. But it was a bushel and clover hay $15 a ton, each day ol Nov. 1911. W. F. Cbainp. Notary Pnblic. Martha Clark have returned home afttr ton of cotton seed meal feed, saved the My C'omaiisriion ground corn and fourteen pounds al- the rule of watering before feeding been no great diliieulty in this AH In- - wasted " Jan 82. Wlfi. a visit to her parents. Mr. and Airs. E. falfa daily Alfalfa meal Is being used should be adhered to Other reasous had to do was to go to i:dgewa:er farmer $55.40 worth of other feed. Corrkci Attest: "Doesn't he play:" J. II. POSKY. as a partial substitute for oats in a exist for the observance of this rule. join a club there, consisting of ouiig "Yes. But if he knew anything about With cotton seed meal at $24 a ton, ALF.X K Uexsv.' Directors. H. Norman at Walton. grain ration, as corn alone Is apt lo The proportion of water in the blood men ana women. uniKe me acqu.-uu-i J. E. Sto Efnes. music he'd realize how it sounded and this means a net saving of $31.40. Rev. M. D. Early and Supt. Garland Alfalfa is 750 parts in 1,000. and an enormous ance of the residents and look out foi wouldn't.- "- Washington Star produee digestive troubles. Farmers feed cotton seed meal. Singleton went to Somerset this week K. A. meal adds bulk to this corn and forms quantity is required for the secretion a girl whose initials were to attend the General Asoociation of Miss Arnold was. as he had suppo-e- d a cheaper feed than bran or other com- of the gastric juice. Th amount of Dissimilarity. HACKLEY. REPORT OF THE CONDITION the Baptist church which will meet "Marriage is a lottery." said the mercial byproducts. One breeder stat- this digestive fluid secreted daily neces- very young. She was barely eighteen there this week. fie linds ten pounds of alfalfa sary for the horse's digestion is from Olcott paid her a great deal or atten ready made philosopher Mr. Everett Sebastian called at thU ed that "1 shouldn't saj that." commented place Saturday night hay in the dry lot with a little com ten to twenty gallons. 'M per cent of tion. at which she was naturally llat The county's road roiling engine tered. He discovered that her heart Miss Cn.wnnc. "In a lottery it's n com fodder or wheat straw make a splen- which fluid is composed of water. broke through a bridge in Cut Off pike Quite a number of young folks from was as tender lor tin amicteii as ne pnratively easy n.attei to tear up i Kvery twenty-fou- r hours the digesdid feed, and colts do better than when Bank one day last week. Engineer Raymond " here went chestnut hunting Sunday. ft J the same weight of prairie hay and tion demands for the formation of the had supposed, and it was not long be 'losing ticket and lake another chance Bryand had a very narrow escape but adgastric juice double or treble as much fore he had won that heart for him Silas Foley visited Saturday and SunlmisvilleCoiiner-.letiriial- . ten pounds of corn or oats. It is jumped in time to save his life. selr day with Wilson Browning near Berea. vised that one pound of alfalfa or oth- water as there is Mood in the whole s All this while he had the pencil mes Mrs. David Knoepflt-- ; ond Miss Artie body. Water passes with great rapidOF l.ANCASTKK. KY.. AT THK A brave spirit struggling with ader hay and a pound and Mr. S. R. and J. F. Foley and family Wilson, ot near Moreland, were badly of grain per day for each 100 pounds ity from the stomach, being principally sage that he had torn from the news versity is a spectacle for the gods. attended church at Alt. Tabor Sunday. Close of Business Oct 31, 1914. make a good absorbed by the internal surface, and paier in his portmanteau. But he said Seneca. frightened when the horse that they of the horse's wei-:h- t Miss Annie Brown from White ration for the work animal. Horses passes directly into the blood and not, nothing about it to Miss Arnold, who were driving became frightened at the RESOURCES. supitosed that their meeting had oe Station is spending a few week3 with The Art of Flattery. '":e the tenis. ..id refuse from the as many believe, into the intestines. Loam and iliscomin 'JJ Cumbetland Grocery Company's large resolved cattle rack is very acceptable to the This has been shown by repeated ex curred by chance Olcott had Madam With this sonse I have been her cousin Effie Foley. Overdrafts, secured aud unsecured.. 1.71; l: auto truck, Considerable l damage was the hospital U. S Bonds to swtire circulation. . . M.000 00 birscs Bran at SI per hundredweight periments. Substances dissolved in wa- when in Thanksgivingthat he would her. awfully cheated. It N old and tough Air. and Airs. Henry Cottrell return Stock in Federal Reserve Hank done, although the occupants escaped dinner with ter consumed are found almost Im- his next is not practicable as regular feed with 190o 00 and still it looks m youmr and tender! ed home yesterday after a two weeks JOOu.tW all other stocks J ... mediately thereafter In the blood ves- aud he was working up to that point Cook iwhti likes to flatter her 7.000 00 without serious injuries. corn at 45 cents and oats at '."' Dpe from National Hanks (not Restay in the mountains. This. too. was very easy, for a few Circuit court is still in session here. Yes. madam. One an never tell liy ... cents. Oats and corn are about equal sels. serve Attentat. J.iwi o weeks before Thauksglvhfg he asked appearances. You. too. look much The pie supper at Logans Chapel last Due from Approved Reserve Ageutx Most of last week was taken up with value for horses, pound for imund S9..?l;lii other In Central Cities Farcy Incurable. her to be his wife, and she accepted younger 'linn vou really are. Friday night was quite a success the 3K.965 55 murder cases. Reserve Cities tTVttrt 0. The first one was the Under the circum There Is no preventive or cure for his nroiiosltlon. .. "hecks aud otner cash Items 48 ?8 Rliitter Water For Hogs In Winter. proceeds was for their pastor. .too 00 case of Ray Stewart, colored, charged xJotesof other National Banks farcy. It Is the skin form of glanders, stances It was quite in order that lie Hogs of all kinds nre likely to beFractloual iai.er currency, nickels with killing Anderson Can- Jr, and the s'i 92 and cents come constipated in winter, as the aud the disease is not only contagious should be Invited to take Ids Thanks The Beggar's Retort. other one was the case against Will Bank, Lawful Money- Reserve Is 14.105 viz: t is all dry feed, and In very among horses, but communicable and giving dinner at the Arnolds'. Toward usual ration slvi- yuti anything 0" She I 8pecle portmanteau VffiMMM Routenot Kings Mountain, charged 3,500 00 r TTT notes f I xiiNpeii you aren't cold weather the animals will InTrdly fatal to man. Where state veterinary, its close he took from his blind at all. 7,rWj 00 with killing sanitary and police laws are in force the scrap he had torn from the news Ili James Florence. They ever drink as much water as they realThat may lie. hut I can assure you Redemption fund with U. S. Treas00 were both cleared. urer (5 per cent of circulation)... ly ought' to take. If the water Is horses and mules afflicted with glan- paper and passed it around the table. there are moments when I wish l recognized as Edith's H19.U73 73 TotaI drawn from a deep well three or four ders (farcy) are shot and the stables It was easily Mrs. J. T. Sutton of nearHustonville were - Pcle Mtli. Olcott said: LIABILITIES. times a day it will help to get them to quarantined, disinfected and white- work. Then In died Sunday night of cancer of the taia chances with a hospital I tore this 'When ill washed. The owner Is paid part value J50.000 00 Capital stock paid In your fowls? drink. A hog does not like ley water Trimming. Surplus fund .40.000 00 stomach. The deceased was a noble, a newspaand will drink no more than his thirst for his horse, an appraisement being message of sympathy from I vowed Bourbon Poultry Curo Undivided profits, less expenses and The old fashioned woman who .used Is destroyed. per that fell Into my hands. 10.110 16 christian woman, and had many friends. taxes paid k is absolute and quick death to absolutely forces him to. Water from made before the animal to trim her own hat now has a daughThanksgivl 11 For a number of years she the germs of roup, colds and Reserved for Taxes kept toll deep wells is much warmer than that If sure that farcy Is present the af- that I would eat my next 19.IW0 00 outstanding... other Infectious diseases. A National Bank notessubject ter who trims her husimnd for her 1 tocheck. 12l,Vt4 26 gate on ihe Hustonville pike one mile holes, ponds and exposed fected animal should be destroyed and ing dinner with the writer, and have lints.- - iiuciiiu.-t- i few drops In the drinklnz water Individual deposits from shallow Knipurer. SO days kills the disease grerms and preTime deposit payable after kept my resolve." burned. Va --in Journal. 4 from Stanford. tanks during the winter. The interment took or alter notices oi a nays vents sickness. One 50c botUo . 4,57 00 place at Hustonville Tuesday or longer makes 12 gallons of medicine. afternoon 236 20 Certified Checks At druSTriJts. or by mail, post at two o'clock. paid, valuable poultry dook Bills payable, including obligations bee. representing money borrowed ,40.000 00 Remarkable Cure of Croup. 3 Stanley Stephenson, of the West End OOTCOluiaslralj. .yiV.073 73 TOTAL met with a very narrow escape Sunday when my little boy had Important. "Last winter State or Kentucky. County or Gaibabd, as: while returning home from church. croup I gothimabottleof Chamberlain's I, W. F. Champ, Cashier of the above named &, bank, do solemnly swear that the above, state Bis horse became frightened at an auto ftfe. Rnalania.PheiioflraBhv ment is true to the best ot my knowledge and Cough Remedy. I honestly believe it ind began to plunge and kick nnii W. F. Chamn. Cashier. Bear in mind that Chamberlain's k,4 TYPEWRITING and belief. saved his life," writes Mrs. J. B. Cook, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th.-- I Mr. Step'bfison and theUwo Zimmer TELEGRAPHY aay oi hot wis. S. f man phlegm and "It cut Will children that JJNrv Tablets not only move the bowels but Indiana, Pa. coughingthespells. I am W1LIUR R'SMITH IUSINESS COLLEIE My Commission ExpfHopper, Notary Public. , the road, allintb aha haxfcpcked up on res February 1, 1918. barbed wire fence. relieved his bcarpnttiKaa SwsnartoCisMurdslWlep fIj.IihwrSj Cohict Attest:' (Mrcantn improve the appetite and strengthen Its President has jsarspf experience laj 1 They all were very much shaken up and J.J.Walkeb. most grateful for what his remedy bus and banking trjutntst, also U rears educating 10,030 ! Directors. C. a.Abjiold, ",-- " TonnK m uwsa lorrecca . mm ui.t m,. received quite a number of bruises. . Liwts L.Waliu) . the digestion.' For sale by all dealers. done for him.". For sale by all dealers, i T.-.,.1 1 . Oh-oiiuipo-'sllil1 I tf. - Sheep must always be driven with the greatest care, and deep, muddy places where they are apt to get stuck and strain themselves to get out should be avoided. Brood mares should be of good size and have beauty, style and nerve. When a farmer grows corn to round up and finish on hogs for market there is sure to be a nice bank account to his credit. To raise hothouse lambs requires close attention, and they must have dry. warm and well ventilated folds. All the growth and thrift that can be encouraged and maintained during the first year of a olfs life insure n stronger and a better horse. Give the herd boar a pen by himself and grain enough to keep him in good condition. LIVE STOCK HUSBANDRY CARE OF THE HERD BOAR. A SCRAP A Bv OFPAPER RUTH GRAHAM Dr. Kinnaird will reward any one who will return bunch of kevs lost Monday night. Peter, Peter, pumpkin eater. Had a wife and couldn't keep her Peter guessed how many seed were in the shell Then he kept her very well. S rAK fflrK tW IA . illlllll (J II VVlVUAil oeoo .71 ?! O B Notice. I iTlN Get your Hunting License before you 1TO intn th( aawp A44 vw t.M nnrl uvrtir? tho nwai. VIU l. V4Va bility of arrest. Storv For Thanksgiving. WOULD BE WORTH MORE THAN GOLD TO YOD. FORESTALLING THE GOSSIPS. Mr. Walter Hammack left last week A new arrival in a certain town has j for Florida on a prospecting trip. j There is a sowing time and a time to j put up the following sign on his lawn: Me u. t i ..... n .... Acauay spent, several reap. The wise man said: "Bring a My name is Pifflcton Wombat. L. K. Perkins sold 21 .head of 1400 days at his farm near Beuna Vista the child up in the way he should go. and This is my first wife. pound cattle to Beans and Hutchins of first of the week. when he is old he will nor depart from vV'e get along together pretty well. Mrs. Moore, of Berea. has been the Danville at S7 90. it." So it is with the boys of today My income is $300 per year. 'guest of her sister Mrs. Bob Abcey who are allowed to run the streets till My wife makes her own clothes. doace tie low this beading Is tot the etclu-iv- e use of onr farmer subscribers, and is for tne sale of slock, gram and such things ou farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will oe accepted over four wo laii.ea of the lines, aud will be only kcord. free of charge "MVf UU'.K. YEAR"-- - ! made-to-ord- er I ; ( 1 I j ii-- . ur j two-third- j hat-helm- j ' j J two-thir- I : I I NATIONAL I j ! I nl Js I n-- ". . I I sit-on- Legal-tende- i I I lr s. 1 .ilii-i't- I 1 j f I I Citizens National three-quarter- -- I 'ie-srende - sli.-in'- be-.iii- Legal-tende- km, WHY m RnOK-TTTrFPTN- SUBSCRIBE FOR I The Central Recod trm 4 $1.00 Per Yearv