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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 19, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914111901_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 19, 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 RELlQlOb, UN1ARNI8HED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT rWKNTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER Please hand us that $ OFFICE FORCE TO ENJOY THANKSGIVING. 191914. $85-Libera- NUMBER 33. TO THE Just in, a barrel of new kraut at Balls. Next Monday is County Court Day. Housewife. We have a full line of Sausage Mills, Lard Presses, and Butcher Knives See our "Non-Rus- t" milk and water buckets, wash basins, dish pans and churns. We especially call your attention to the Sanitary Four Coated White Enamel Ware. In order to give our office force a How many seed are in the pumpkin , Thanksgiving holiday we will go to guess. press next Wednesday. We ask all of i our correspondents to have their letters ' How many dogs have been assessed in by Monday. Our ofhce force has a , in Garrard Co? great deal to be thankful for and we ' Which are the most profitable to the will give them a day off in which to FOR POSTMASTER BROWN. return thanks. farmer, dogs or sheep? The government inspected the post-offi50 Overcoats going at half price. at this place found Postmaster WE REALIZE THE Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. Brown onto his job and handed him a Remember it is a penalty to sell INCONVENIENCE. clean record and said that it was one of the best he had yet checked up. birds, but you can give us a mess if Few people realize the convenience This is quite a compliment to the genyou want to. of the electric railway which has been ial official and his friends are proud of Some one suggests that Uncle Dave iii operation several months between his record. The "gag rule" recently Ross give a lecture on how to tell how Lexington and Versailles. Danville issued by the Postmaster General, formany seed are in a pumpkin. people can make connection for Frank- bidding postmasters from calling upon fort at the Lexington depot almost other postmasters for instructions, Come in and Dav us a call next Mon every hour. does not apply to Postmaster Brown day, look at our mammoth pumpkin In other words Danville is now in diand guess on the number of seed in it. rect communication with Frankort reThe Baptist Ladies Aid will serve gardless of which train is taken out of dinner at the Court House, Monday, Danville. It used to be that travelers court day. Come and gpt a good din- - had to make a long transfer in Lexing- CANDIDATE FOR ton and wait an hour or so for connections. The interurban cars leave Get tickets at McRoberts or David Lexington almost hourly. Advocate, out of son & Doty's or cut a coupon The present Commonwealth's Attorthis paper and guess on the number of RIND WORDS FOR ney, Hon, Emmett Puryear announces seed in the pumpkin. ' this week that he will be in the August Before the election, scholars were JUDGE HARDIN. primary 1915 for the nomination to trying to decide the correct plural for succeed himself in the office he now Elsewhere in this issue of The Mes- holds. The two years that he has been Bull Moose. The election settled the senger will be found the card of Judge commonwealth's attorney he has made question as there is only one left. Charles A. Hardin in which he makes We have a big line of work shoes, formal announcement as a candidate many friends. Judge Puryear has done rubber boots and Arctic overshoes at for Circuit Judge. In the card Judge his best to keep the standard of that high and important office up to the marked down prices. Hardin gives the facts as to the time level fixed by his predecessor and by so Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. he has served. He was electpd for a doing has maintained good order thru-ohis district. The Pie Supper at Antioch School short term, to fill vacancy caused by It is conceded by House last Friday night was a great death of Judge Saufley. Judge Hardin every body that Judge Puryear has ofmade an excellent officer and since he success. l,oi. rioioert uastin acteu as has made a faithful, conscientious ficial and his work on th" bench has is serving out an unexpired term his auctioneer and the sum of $28.40 was been highly complimented. He has friends think that he should be realized. lost r.o time from his duties as Judge and the fact that the work in all his COFFEE SOCIAL. courts is well cleared from the dockThe ladies of the C- - W. B. M. will ets speaks for his energy and determi- STANLEY WILL RUN give a "coffee social" at the Christian nation to keep the dockets free from Church on the evening of Dec. 10th. congestion. Danville Messenger. FOR GOVERNOR. Black Pocket Book l containing about Reward. Return to Garrard Bank & Trust Co. LOST:- - We Are Headquarters For t n CLEAN RECORD HEATING STOVES W -- I ce JUDGE PURYEAR THE a j, ut n5cpnn 7S II If ,,. BEST KNOW HEATING STOVE MADE Wholesale 2nd Retail HARDWARE. Krns W. i gg, m arrtiJaj:rgJllBJ17rMili;;Miflfr5Mfrajllrg. rirSTiJrWlrrS.La I I I I An Exclusive LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS BOIL YOUR MILK AND WATEk A warning to boil all milk and DR PEARCE SPEAKS IN LAWRENCEBURG. It is reported in the daily press that a water GONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. Free Air Free Storage And Plenty of Light. We are now prepared to do all Automobile repair work on the shortest notice and by an expert mechanician. Give us a call. ancastoi Motor Gar Company Stanford Street. ?! ,pt I idi IW-1- BI IB IHAnlUhiVlnb will be I a day of thanks indeed i f you buy your GROCERIES from 'Davidson & Doty. DQG 3T1 Jl has been sounded bv Commissioner of The Anderson News has the Agriculture J. W. Newman. "The to sav of our former popular Metho cattle disease epidemic has reached dist Minister: this state," he said, and precautionary "By special invitation Dr. Pearce, measure should be taken." pastor of the Methodist church and also recently of the National Committee of the Federation of American ChurchSELL YODR HORSES. es, addressed the meeting. Dr. Pearce If you have a horse and wish-t- o sell heartily congratulated the League on it, bring it to town next Monday and its faithful endeavor; also to resolutely "Billy" Burton will give you ever dol agitate the Hospital movement against lar its worth and then some. He is in any apathy tokened, until the Hospital the market for army horses and has a was provided. Reference was made to big advertisement in this issue of the the Heatth League of Boyle county paper. Read it. and Danville as the home town of the speaker. The hospital as there provid RETURNS FROM WASHINGTON ed, whilst yet limited, was constantly commending itself as one of the very Mr. Henry Bright, one of Danville's best institutions for the public welfare, cleverest citizens, returned from Wash- that Danville and Boyle county had A MODEL ington City last Monday and informs ever known." us that he will remain through the Never in the history of the country winter and immediately take up his has there been a man, who, after retirduties with the Danville Tobacco Ware- APPROACHING WINTER ing from the Presidency, has been to a house at that plaoe. more flattering extent persona grata to FELT IN WAR ZONE. his fellow citizens than William Howard Taft, who is now TEATEWCULLEN. The effect of the approaching winter delivering a course of lectures before on the campaign already is evident. On Tuesdag Nov.lOth.. at high noon, the students of the Yale Law School. at the residence of the brides sister, Heavy frosts arekreported in East Prus The invitations to lecture that h,e has Mrs. Laura Nailor, Mrs. Mattie Ison sia and the campaign in Poland has received come from all over the country been waged for some time under most Teater was married to Mr. Josiah and in such numbers that he can accept of Buckeye Rev. R. M. Lee, disagreeable conditions caused by rain only a comparatively few of them, fie pastor of the M. E. church South of and snow stormes. could fill matinee and evening engageA letter received in Bremerhaven ficiating. After an elaborate dinner at ments for the entire seasons and even g and the hotel Kengarlan, the happy couple from the Duke ot then have more engagements than he Gothe, speaks of the frightful weather repaired to their home near Buckeye. could fulfill. The desire to hear him is prevailing at the front. The trenches particularly noticeableamong the colare filled with water and the men of leges and the professional schools of KILLED SHEEP his regiment, who for 14 days were on the universities, and not a few of them For the "steenth" time dogs have duty at the front, stood day and night envy the privileges of the Yale Law in water breast high. The enemy's again invaded the fine herd of SouthSchool, with which he is regularly down sheep belonging to R. L. Elkin, searchlights played constantly on the in this instance killing one and seriously German positions and it was impossible injuring six others. The dog was killed for one to show his head above the em CLEAN BOURBON PENS. while partaking of his midnight lunch bankment, even at night, without of mutton chops and afterwards proved drawing their fire. The young prince, The work of cleaning up and disinto be ''Sport" the handsome collie be- who is British by birth, commands the fecting the bourbon Stockyards at Peace Sixth Thuringian infantry in the army Louisville began, when a force of more longing to Capt. T. A. Elkin. of his adopted country. to his ashes. than 100 men got busy with brooms, shovels and other implements, aided by powerful streams of water. Most atNEWS FOR HARD ON SOME AND INTERESTING tention was devottd to scrubbing out GOOD ON OTHERS. the hog pens ar.d scraping walls, TOBACCO GROWERS. chutes and runways. It is estiIt will be of great interest to every The low collar and low cut neck of mated that the washing and clearing tobacco grower to know that England the daytime frock have been comfort of pens and inclosures will be finished and France, who have control of the able as far as physical sensation goes, inabout one week, whereupon the inseas, have assured Uncle Sam that but they have been hard on the spirits spectors will begin disinfecting With the shipment of tobacco abroad will be of the woman who did not look well in chemicals. This them, and what is physical comfort permitted, on neutral vessels. In the opinion of Dr. Bond it will be will give a great boost to the demand compared with wounded vanity? at least two weeks, perhaps longer, beThe change has come gradually. The fore any business can be transacted at for tobacco abroad and will probably cause the price to be much better than woman who launched the day time de- - the stockyards. Under no circumstances colletage began first by roiling their he said, will the ban be lifted fromhe anticipated. collars up against their necks in the yards until they have been thoroly back and on the sides, thereby in many cleaned and disinfected and the danger LOCAL STOCK PENS CLOSED. cases conferring a booh upon the genof a spread of the disease is passed. eral public, for if there is anything less The task of cleaning up Louisville By Order Of Commissioner Mewman. sightly than the front of a scrawney and the State is a huge one for the County Judge C. A. Arnold received neck we never saw it. Federal authorities, who have been Fashion's mandate has accomplished compelled to call upon the Department official notice from Commissioner Of Agriculture, J W. Newman, last what neither cold weather or doctors at Washington for additional help. Tuesday ordering the stock pens at this bills could do. The low cut neck of the place closed until further notice. This daytime is passing and passing rapidly, FARMERS is done on account of the Foot and Let us be thankful for it was seldom Hold vour corn for hieher prices and Mouth disease that is so prevalent over becoming, often eggerated to the point insure same with Gaines. Rates cheap the entire country just at this time. of immodesty, always in bad' taste for While there is nc trace of the dreaded the street. Yes, let it pass. A fewtaore ladies suits and coats left disease in this section, it is done as a at your own price. precautionery measure. Mr. John Ross Logan. Anderson & Tomlinson. BIRD DOG FOR SALE. ia the owner of the local pens here and Fob Sale: Two Harley-David- son A Fine Lewellen Setter, 18 months he will at once have them thoroughly and is subject to reg- Motor Cycles 1913 Models. First-clas- s old, well trained cleansed and fumigated, t As a result of the crder there will be ister. Will sell reasonable if taken now. condition. Apply or write. Stormes Drug Store. Call this office. no cattle on the market next Monday, Hon. A. O. Stanley will announce his candidacy for the nomination for Governor in a few days. This will be gratifying news to hundreds of demo crats in this part of the state, not only among those who supported the brilliant Second District Congressman in his recent Senatorial candidacy but many of those democrats who supported both Beckham or McCreary learned to admire him and now want an opportunity to do something for this loyal democrat. He added hundreds nf friends to his already large list by his active support of Beckham and the ticket after he was defeated at the primary. From the many favorable expressions heard here upon his probable candidacy we feel sure that he will be the favorite among all the probable candidates in this section of the state. I V. l o V08 I I WW Xc? 7 vjsajti,- - o Fall Style For Women We are, this week featuring in our window, a most pleasing 'BvlzIou 'Boot on a new last that is notably popular in the larger cities. Women who are particular to have stylish foot-wewill be pleased in its beautiful lines and handsome toe and heel. ar Vamp slightly longer and very graceful, dull kid top concave Cuban heel. ' A Delightful Light and Airy Shoe. Parks Danville, - & Hendren - Danville's Largest Shoe and Hat Store. n. Kentucky. Saxe-Cobur- gf XF . iipi :yik ,' ? 1SL . w&f ik ........... ... The leading actors and actresses of the world are working for ns and for you. The cost is not con sidered when making the films that we show each day for a trifling price. 1 PICTURES OVl CHANGED KC UULAKLY US' WM, '!i This popular actress may be seen in the - 14th episode of - DOLLAR Y ST E R Y At MILLION THE Opera House Friday Night Page 2 New Buggy or Carriage, Repairing, or Painting, you will always find our prices the lowest, as every is sold direct trom the Manufacturer to the consumer. We quote a few prices for you to see. The A nm On The Central Record, Thursday Nov 19 1914. Mill y I ' caw snar. . i-- . fljS, J"- '. ?i' e--v , K&mi JiawI --i. A '. ' V 1 -- - . auteer Steel Tire, The Best Known, Put Your Buggy For $3.50. The Best Kellsy Springfield Rubber Put on SS2.00 Gasii. Best Goodrich Rubber Tire $11.90 Gash. 2nd Grade Rubber at $9.00 and $10.00 Per Set. Remember we are headquarters for Lap Robes, Storm Fronts and Buggy Harness at popular prices. Mm iis WHY IS - uu Truth.- - m? Learned The & $ssaa&isgBi2&&s$ urifsssssssssstssimA ffmgfs!iJi:Y.j&Ussii STANFORD. Misses Lottie Carson and Lyle Coop er were in Lancaster last week. Mrs. W. It. Rice of Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. Susan B. Yeager. Miss Lillian Shugars of Richmond has. been visiting W. K. Shugars and fam- iiy. & fT&SRh & i.1 g iSi & Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Shanks left this week for Columbus Ga. to spend the KSaAfa1 3 ? winter. Mrs. Marvin Adams of Lexington is the guest of her mother Mrs. Annie Newland. Mrs. R. W. Keei'on of Harrodsburg spent last week with her sister Mrs. ' T. W. Pennington. , Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sweeney and daughter Martha Ward of Lancaster were here Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. Kelley of Campbells-vill- e are guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Newland. S20,000. Mrs. Joseph CofTev went to Richmond Monday to atterd the burial of her Quiet and Safe. cousin. Mrs Walter Ballard. "Spends Quiet Day in Jail." ob-- 1 Mrs. J. C. Reynolds and baby are at serves a headline. One can be quiet home after a visit to her parents, Mr. in jail. There are no orchestras there and Mrs. Frank Smith at Mavsville. that insist on playing in the palm Mrs. Elizabeth Clark and Mrs. W. G. room when one is trying to eat his I Lear of Millersourg have returned af- dinner. And you can spend a whole day ter a visit to J. W. Clark and family. beingthere without b"ipg in danser ol '' run over by a motorcycle. James Cooper came home Sunday from Washington Lee University, of Lexington Va, on account of his health. j KKYA.YrSYlLliB Mrs. J. W. Baughman, Henry and James Baughman were week end guests Mrs C. C. Becker is impro;ing after of Mrs. J. H. Baughman near Danville her recent illness. Miss Kate Waters and sisters, Lucile Mr. Hogan Ballard was in Lexington and Louise, are the guests of their this week on business. brothers. Roberc and John M. Waters Miss Agnes Miles, of Buckeye is the j at St Louis. guest of Mrs. J. H. Dean. Mrs. R. II. Batson and daughter. Mr. G. C. Rose, of Lancaster, spent Cecil, of Lancaster have returned home When you or any member of your family jjets Sunday here with relatives. after a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hanna Sweeney left Thursday sick you want the best doctor you can obtain. Mrs. J. H. Hilton. for a stay in Jeffersonville. Ind. Miss Virginia Mahoney will arrive When your car goes wrong you want it attended Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Teater visited this week from Long Prairie Minn., to spend the winter with her grand- Mr. and Mrs. Sim Te2ter Sunday. to by the best and most reliable mechanician you can Messrs C. M. Dean and Walter Davis mother Mrs. Mary Penny. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hays, Mr. and attended court at Nicholasville Monday. get. Mrs. Mary Broaddus, from near LanMrs. J. B. Foster, Mr. J. S. Hocker and Miss Bettie Paxton attended the caster, visited Mrs. B. C. Rose last tt week. wedding at Danville. Mr, J. C. Williams and Master Jack Miss Lena Palmer delightfully entertained the Circle Girls Satmday after- Williams were in Louisville last week noon. Miss Palmer was leader of the for a short stay. meeting and proved a very competent The new school building is about i one. completed and it is hoped that by next j Dick Denny, who has been in the Monday it will be finished and ready ' west for a number of years, is here the for occupancy. guest of his sister, Miss Belle Denny. Mr. J. W. Vanarsdall, who left a few weeks ago to reside at Paris j Crossing, Ind., was here first of the 1 m&5&T&&&S week on business. JAjZ Quite a number of different parties B1 fc;t have been delivering their hogs in the 19 last few days to J. B. Ruble & Son, at prices ranging from C cts to 6 cts. P Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard has returned Lexington Street. Mrs. Jay McGee, of Steph- from a delightful visit to her aunt, enville, Texas, writes: ' For Mrs. Marshall Guerrant in Louisville. nine (9) years. I suffered with She stopped in Lexington for a few womanly trouble. I had terdays stay en route home. rible headaches, and pains in my back, etc. It seemed as if The Methodist church is being paperI would die, I suffered so. At ed and repaired on the inside this week, last, I decided to try Cardul, which will improve the appearance the woman's tonic, and it quite a good deal. However, the memhelped me right away. The bers are planing and expecting to build full treatment not only helped a new modern church in the very near me, but it cured me." future. Mrs. Peachie Onstott Vaught and Mr. TAKE Henry Onstott have recently bought a farm ot 140 acres, near Paris Crosing, Ind., for $9,000 and will leave the first of January to make their home there. The Onstotts' having sold their farm here to Mr. J. Hogan Ballard who will take possession in January. Mr. BalThe Woman's Tonic lard will have the residence remodeled making it one of the handsomest and A Cardui helps women in time most modern homes in the county. of greatest need, because it At the "Revival" which was recently contains ingredients which act held at the Methodist church by the specifically, yet gently, on the ceRev. P. H. Davis, there were about weakened womanly organs. fifty additions to the church, it being So, if you feel discouraged, 12, 16 one of the best meetings held here for unable to blue, years. The crowds were verv large do your household work, on account of your condition, stop and great interest was taken by every in worrying and give Cardui a It is hoped that one who attended. trial. It has helped thousands Bro. Davis will be able to return next of. women, why not you? year for a "series" of meetings as he --71 Try Cardui. promised and every one is looking forward to the event. He and his lovely wife greatly endeared themselves to every one who met them. Danville. LANCASTER FIRM? ' part Because Its Citizens Have !s Our ussness Hut but we make no claim of making new Men out of old ones by pressing out their joints and other deformites. we can make your Old Clothes Look Like New Ones by our of Cleaning and Pressing them. This will add greatA ly to your personal appearance. trial will convince you. After reading this generous and encouraging report from Mr. Austin thoi-who have the misfortune to suffer, as he did. vil naturally long to get similar relief. I5ut to get the same good as Mr. Austin had, you should get the same remedy. Tiieie 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 My back were irregular in passage. 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 Co., Props. all stores. Foster-Milbur- n Buffalo, N. Y. "When Your Back is Lame Remember the name." attended and quite a number take a Let everybody come and in some way take a part in the meetings. Mr. Dudley Gordon of Frankfort and Miss Vesta Montgomery of Lock no S. were married at the Walker Hotel at Nicholasville on 10th inst at 2 p. m. Thev were accompanied by Messrs. Marior. Montgomery and Elbert Burdett and the brides sisters Misses Eulalla and Iva Montgomery. The happy couple left immediately after the .ceremony for Frankfort where they will make their home. May their lives be as bright as the sunshine of their wedding day is the wish of their many friends here. DONT IGLECT YODR STOMACH If it's Upset Mi-c-- Puta It Right and Ends Distress. He has many friends here who are giving him a hearty welcome. The hardest fought case that has been tried in Lincoln circuit court in quite a number of years, was decided here last week, when the competent jury brought in a verdict sustaining the last will and testament of the late Mrs. Kate Powell, of Hustonville. The trial lasted three days. Attornys Chas Rhodes and son Nelson, of Danville and K. S. Alcorn of Staufoid, were lawyers for Smith T. and Burdett Powell, who sought to break the will, while the contestors, the thiee daughters. Miss Jessie Powell, Mrs. C- - W. Adams and Mrs. W. II. Murphy, were represented by attorneys R. W. Keenon, of P. M. McRob-rt- s and J. N. Menefee of Stanford. Much testimony was introduced as to whether Mrs. Powell was in her right mind when she dictated. her will a few days before ner death. The value of the ejtate left is about g. ir a Ti&RnniAi I u ws II &fta i- 9 S lUPuJ ?3 sB sv -- i 8 wfi xSv il jip H uj 3f W M I rr o? its a. c lj tea? 3 ' w nx .k IPP 4 m$ i WINDOW GLASS. j cEoberts Drug1 Store JIdtftKAItY. The marble game is all the go at this place. Mrs. Jank Long has been very sick but is improving. Bro. Morgan filled his regular at Bethel Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ray visited Mr. and Mrs. Roily Simpson Sunday. Born to the wife of Mr. Sam Kelley a line boy and was christined Hubert. Misses Jennie- - and Mayme Dickerson visited Mr. and Mrs. Tunce Bradshaw Saturday night and Sunday. The guessing contest at Mr. .1. W. Hills closed Saturday. Mrs. John Doolin being the one awarded the sideboard. Best Cough Medicine for Children. Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. Phone 230. If you are one of the thousands who cannot eat a simple meat without its lying in the stomach like lead, fermenting and causing painful distress, sourness and gas, do not delay but get at once some a simgly prescription to be had at any druggist's that quickly and effectively ends indigestion anJ corrects bad stomachs. You mustnotallowyourupset stomach to go from bad to worse for there will surely be longer periods of food fermentation causing greater agony, more gas, sick headache, unrefreshing sleep, "blue spells," and nervousness. A few tablets are just what you need. Use them freely at the first sign of distress. not only quickly ends the misery, but helps to unclog the liver and strengthen the stomach then your food is pioper.y digested. is not only inexpensive but K. E. McRoberts sells it with agreement to refund the money if it does not give satisfaction. Mi-o-Ali-o-Mi-o-Mi-o-- ' j I j Your H1!KNA VISTA Mr. Harry Eveisole of London, Ky., week-en- d guest of Miss Ora That means you must come to us. Reid-Hogse- against Hall, Now It costs no more to! protect it from the) start, than to wait! later on in the season. Insure it with hard cold and coughed dreadfully. Upon the advice of a druggist I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it benefited hirn at once. 1 find It the best cough medicine for children beThey do cause it is pleasant to take. not object to taking in." writes Mrs. Lafayette Tuck, Homer City. Pa. This remedy contains no opium or other narcotic, and may be given to a child as confidently as to an adult. Sold by all dealers. "Three years ago when I was living was the in Pittsburgh oi.e of my children had a Rogers. Jit. Mciirnn Miss ElizJ Edgington remains quite Stone sick. Mrs. Joseph Hicks and James Bourne is on the sick list. Mr. Robert Sherrow bought of Ml. Office at Citizens National Bank. Caleb Johnson his farm price $1400. Victor the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster, Ky. Oaku3 Montgomery has scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Scott, daughter Miss Bettie and son Woodson were in Lexington Saturday. Mrs. Otr.o Montgomery and little daughter Margaret E. are visiting her people near Versailles this week. Center Bros, bought hogs form Are You a Woman several parties in this locality last week at prices from 5J to 7 cents per lb. Mrs. Harrison Dean and little daughter Mildred spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Duncan near Bryantsville. Mr. Kirby Teater and family of Loyd Mrs. E. F. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Grow spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lem Teater near Bryantsville. The Woman's Tonic Dr. Anderson of Louisville, who was stopping with Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hick's last week, located at Buena Vista and expects to practice there. ' F M SALE AT ALL MW$TS The prayer services at this'place on F4 Thursday evening at 6:30 are being well Fffc i r lloUIC I 1 1 aie improving. Mr. Jas. Harwick the blacksmith at Mr. Victor Rubleof Danville is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ruble. Rev. Ragan of Nicholasville filled his appointment at Brown's chapel Sunday morning and evening. Mr. F. D. Myers and two nieces of Danville were with relatives here last Sunday aad Monday. Dr. Anderson of Louisville is in our village with a view to locating here for the practice of his profession. ChrisMisses Sharp, Armstrong, topher, Voris and Baily and Mr. Cecil Davis of Burgin, attended Dr. lecture, Saturday evening. The revival meeting conducted by Revs. Pollitt of Lancaster and the pastor Rev. Lee commenced Monday evening. The people of the community are urged to be present at each service. The splendid lecture on, "Efficiency" delivered by Dr. E. C. McDougleatthe School Auditorium last Saturday evening was well attended. Dr. McDougle is one of the best speakers and most experienced educators in the state and his lecture was an intellectual treat to Dr. McDougle has the people here. only recently returned from Mass., where the degree Ph, D. was conferred on him by Clark University, Despondency Due to Indigestion. I We operate skillfully and quickly and make your car as good as new. And our bill won't stagger you. Many others engage us. Do you? We are auto surgeons. j wi,i F. L. CONN'S CiARKGE- I 1 , Card ? It is not at all surprising thatpersons who have indigestion become discouraged and despondent. Here are a few words of hope and cheer for them by EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE SILO f m Can Mrs. Blanch? Bowers, Indiana. Pa. "For years my digestion was so poor that I could only eat the lightest foods. I tried every thing that I heard of to get relief, but not until about a year ago when I saw Chamberlain's advertised and got a bottle of them, did I find the right treatment. I soon began to improve, and since taking a few bottles of them my digestion is fine." -For sale by all dealers. lm. The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build 14 and ment Silos feet in diameter. any height. We have had many experien ces this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., if you need cement work of any kind. ..I PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. . i tt&J$ ' t4aril, '4 w feiv& .,' t,v. 3iT ,'JVI "Vy , JiJi- - j) , w -- The Central Record, Thursday Nov 19, 1914. KENTUCKIAN ESCAPES OPERATION BY USING MAYR STOMACH REMEDY Mr. burnett Says Wonderful Treatment Saved His Life With Few Doses. 0O000O064 &QG Page 3 OOOOOOCCO i The Womans I VM fro Club (Edited By The Womans Club) 000000000000000 "TtXlPOOQOOOO A HAPPY MEETING Horace Burnett of Somerset Kv., was a sufferer from Stomach disorders for a long time. His condition became highly ferious and he feared an opera- tion. V He took Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy and got swift results. In a letter telling eis experience he wrote: "Your treatment has certainly helped me wonderfully. I took my fifth dose last night and it brought good results. I have one more dose to take and I think I will be well. Your tonic is wonderful. I can eat anything now that I want to. 1 car. never get thru thanking you for your medicine, for I know it saved my life, for I have tried all the doctors and they said I would have to be operated on." S'Jin letters come from all parts of the country. This remedy is known everywhere for its remarkable results. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy clears the digestive tract of mucoid accretions and poisonous matter. It brings swift relief to sufferers fiom ailments of the stomach, liver and bowels. Many declare it has saved them from dangerous operations and many are sure it has saved their lives. We want all people who have chronic stomach trouble or constipation, r.o matter of how long standing, to try one dose of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy-on- e dose will convince you. This is the medicine so many of our people have been taking with surprising results. The most thorough system cleanser ever sold. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy is now sold here by R. E. McRoberts and druggists every- wnere. P i ? , mim,E7 WE COMPETE WITH QUALITY i GLEN LILY I Why? A Million Dollars has been spent in the courts 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. BECAUSE 1 ..' 1 u I I I I 1 n i a l m rrard I I V -- Milling Go. i rimwi RATES: Kssk. OittcleJ Bitk Mhtfi g 7k liihfliuB om WASHINGTON OF SOffflAA! t h & DALS Pennsylvania Avenue, at 18tk & H. Sts. RATES I forcs, Prints Cil) 32.50, $3.00 up. 41.50, $2.00 up. OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE, Elegant Appointments, Palm. Csurt, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room' Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. ! I ! Automobile I OWNERS ATTENTION. We have the largest and best equipped Tire Repair Shop in the State and our Ma- chine Shop, which is modern in every respect is handled by the best machinists obtainable. All our work is guaranteed and our i i .' When in Lexington why g g not stop at a Garage where prompt and satisfactory s services are rendered. fg S gf jg jg ( I m P M prices are reasonable. 5 I! Central 135-1- 38 Motor Car Co. . I ' There seems to be little fun novvad ys is not flavored with phylanthropy. Lancaster has never been behind in ai y By EVERETT P. CLARKE worthy cause, so let us fall in line and do something, even if it is no more The case of tin? people against Jacob than to be "mirthful for sweet mercy's Severance, or Hdwuid Todd, or a mini sake". ber of other names which might lie applied to the prisoner, was called The meeting of the club grows in in- The prosecuting attorney expected to terest and enthusiasm. prove that he was the notorious Jake Mrs. Frank Marksbury, conducted a Severance who had eouitnittecd any delightful meeting last Thursday. number of confidence games and was Miss Helen Gill has for her subject, the slickest operator in that line In this afternoon, Micheal Angel as America. The trial was to come off in painter, sculptor and architect. His the county seat, where he had been noted picture, "the Last Judgement" captured working as a farmhand to and wonderful piece of statuary, escape those who were after him. It "David", will be discussed, was at the height of the haying sea son, and the farmers were all endeav Daisy Fitzhuge Ayres, in Sunday oring to get In their crops before the Courier, has this to say in repard to it. next rain. Consequently was "Knitting bees for kind charity are difficulty in making up a there jury, for a fashionable philanthropy, with the whenever a man had a valid excuse European sufferers in view. for not serving he availed himself of Mrs. Paul Bartleet, for instance, a Finally the panel stuck at the prcny wuinan wun a pretty home, a it twelfth juryman. sculptor's wife, has been giving cozy A farmer entered the courtroom and tea parties several afternoons each looked about him with that wild glance week, at which each woman present is common among countrymen who find supplied with a ball of yarn, a pair of themselves in an unfamiliar position. knitting needles and personal instruc"Is this yere a reel estate ollis!" he tion in the ancient craft, if needed. asked. "No, it's a couitroom," replied the Everybody plunges into the construction of nice, wooilv scarfs for the sheriff. I thort it was a reel estate "Oh! soldiers, of uniform material and size required by the army regulation of the offis. I want to buy a farm." "Do jou belong about here?" nation to which they are to be sent. "Xo. I come from Canada. I got Often the work of many kind hands tired llvln under the British flag, and will go into a single scarf, while the I want to git property yere." accomplished knitters achieve a gar"I say. my friend, how would you ment alone in two or thrpe sittings. like to help us out as a Juryman? You will get n dollar a day for sitting still " One of the most interesting pages of and doing nothing "I don't know nothln about juries: I the October number of Vogue is de- never sot on one." voted to a story about the "moneyless The farmer uas persuaded, and the week" for Americans in London and jury was complete When the prisonto the work of the London women dur- er was brought forth for trial he cast ing the extremities of war. a sweeping glance over the twelve anx The headlines says that "England's iously. The man from Canada seemed unExtremity Is Woman's Opportunity;" that "London is at last in the hands easy in finding himself in a jury bos of the feminists, moneyless and man-les- s, and Kept looking about him here ami there "is if he feared something awful and there are a million pairs of was about to be sprung upon him. socks to knit." "Jacob Severance, jou are accused Following is part of the story about of- "society being on a new track: "I ain't Jacob Severance: I'm Tom "Instead of society being offshooting, Barker." The farmer Juryman at this was seen yachting and flirting it has turned over its country house, its town house, its to start "Where do you hail firniiV" yacht, and its everything-that-is-it-s to "Ontario. Cau.ida " the Red Cross or the navy. The The farmer arose from his seat, look Englishmen have vanished and the el fixedly at the prisoner aud said: women are sewing or knittirg or oth"Is you the Tom Baiker that run erwise occupying themselves on behalf away with ray darter?" of the charming, clean-cu- t young chaps "I run away with a gal named Barker, but I never seen her d.id " who every day leave for the front. "Mathildy Barker?" The ball room at Claridge's has been "Yes, my wife's name's Mathildy." converted into a colossal sewing cir"Wuar's my darter?" asked Uie old cle; the army has asked for a million pairs of socks. "It's a bit of an order, man pathetically "She's to hum with the kids, while 1 isn't it?" a pensive little countess re- am tryin" to make enough as farm help marked to an American girl with beau- to !eop 'em alive." tiful Irish eyes and a Paris hat. The "Tell me ivhnr I kin find her. I don" American girl was counting stitches: her a big wrong when I told her she ' 'Some socks, "she murmured absently' ' shouldn't marry a man I had never si'i-i- i Her mother has been most heart broken since she went away and plnin' The following letter was read at the for her all the time " last meeting of the Womans Club, and The court business stood still while the women have it under consideration. this dialogue was in progress When "Moved with deep compassion for it li.id come to this point the prosecut the suffering of afflicted Belgians in the ing attorney said: "Your honor. I have no objection to devastations of the present War. and this man taking the witness stand to more particularly with pity for the little children who have been made clear up what has evidently been :i Is a juryman hi But since fatherless and the aged men and women mistake. excused as he such." must be who have been made homeless, the A new juryman was found, and the women of Anchorage Kentucky have stranger took the witness stand He organized an Association to afford them told a pathetic story of how hi only some measure of relief. The sugges daughter, who was a schoolteacher tion was made, and acted upon with across the internntional line, had writenthusiasm; that the Christmas spirit ten that she was going to marry one could this year be shown by foregoing Tom Barker, a young farmer who was the exchange of present among them- tr. ing to pay for a farm he had bought selves and friends and taking the money mostly on credit Her father object to the match on the ground of pov so used ordinarily in this way for the orty and tried to stop her by tolling purchase of food and clothing for these tier that if she persisted in the matter destitute people. sih would never again be welcomed In Anchorage a very simple organiza- home From that day he had never tion has been effected; consisting of a seen or heard from her Then he broke President, Secretary and Treasurerand down and wept a Committee of publicity. Handkerchiefs appeared all over the The purpose of the organization will be made ourtroom. "Your honor." said the lawyer who known throughout the community everybody being invited to waive the had the prisoner's case in charge, "this giving of Christmas present, except to is evidently a case of mistaken idonti ty. The man the police is looking for children aud dependents, and thus conis a very different person from the tribute to the relief of the Belgians, prisoner. I movefthat the case bo dis whose needs are so pressing and so missed." pitiful. Among the individuals asimple The judge, who noticed that the card will be sent, saying "My Christ- sympathies of all were with the poor consented, mas gift to you will this year go to the farmer and his sufferingchildren and the aged Belgians. and the case was taken off the docket Will you not also join me in giving Then the farmer wont up to his son put out his hand and told him Christmas Cheer where itis so needed?" how orry he was that he had taken The idea is so simple and so promismeasures with his daughing of success and with all so in keep- such harsh ter "But." he added. "I've sold the ing with Christmas that the Anchorage farm for a good price, and I've come Society hope it will be followed in other down yere to buy another. We'll setplaces. His Excellency, Mr. Emmanuel tle among these good people, work the Havenith, Belgian Minister at Wash- farm together, and when I'm gone ington, and Mr. S. De Ridder, Belgian Mahuldy shall have it Meanwhile Consul in Louisville, have given their there's plenty for all of us." naif a dozen persons gathered personal and official endorsement to the movement and shown great interest in around the speaker, all having farms it. Similar Leagues can easily be they would sell just to have him setformed in other localities and the tle among them hut be said the first thing he would do was to go to his movement started. There need be no daughter. Then ho would come back connection with the Anchorage Society, and look at the properties for sale. He but it is asked that the funds collected, left with his and neither of which may be sent direct to the Belgian them returned was The Minister in Washington, shall be de- the crook the imllco were after, and signated "The Christmas was another, the two the father-in-lahaving long worked their games toBelgian Fund." The of individuals and gether scdieties of all kinds will be asked throughout the country. Organizations wherever desired may be formed." Remarkable Cure of Croup. that BOSSES be at my stables next Monday, County Cou t day, to buy - WANTED. I will Gavalpu and Artillery Horses. Must be 5 to 8 years old and weigh from 950 to 1300 pounds. Good stout work horses will pass inspection. Lancaster, Kv, JOINTS STIFF FROM RHEUMATISM-H- OT SPRINGS FAILED TO WORK. 1 CORE-AN- DES MEDICINE DID THE Montgomery, Ala.. June 10, 1913. Hot Springs, Ark., has a world-wid- e reputation as the mecca for the cure of Invalids are all forms ot rheumatism. 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 notmal health again. People of all walks of life are to be found here, all set king that coveted goal. Health, the mainspring of all good and great things. waters. However, these health-givin- g with their wonderful fame as to their fail to curative powers, some-time- s give the sufferers any relief whatever. This is proven from this statement of Mr. J. D. ilesershires living corner Mildred and Mobile streets, who has been a sufferer from rheumatism of the very worst form for the past Oil is U3ed externally. If the direc twelve 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 has cloudy weather were intense. done more real good for sufferers 'rom He visited Hot Springs with hopes of catarrh, indigestion, stomach, liver. finding relief from this trouble but it kidney, bladder diseases, blood troubles, n failed togive back the use of the ankles. I weak nervous, all system and Mr. Besershirts called at The Andes .tired, feelings, than any salesroom yesterday to made a purchase I 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 bottle; 3 for $2.50; G for 5.00. more good than my trip to Hot Springs. Andes' Oil, the modem 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 this caused from kidney trouble. Andes wonderful external oil. Price 50 cents: 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-goI I will offer at public sale at my farm 3 miles from Lancaster, on the Lancaster and Lexington turnpike, on Tuesday, November 24th ' o'clock, the following property to wit Four brood mares; 1 pair heavy draft mares, extra good workers; 1 pair four year old mare mules; 1 pair three year old mare mules; 1 pair yearling mules; 1 extra good mare mule colt; 1 four year old gelding; 1 two year old filly; 1 safe family horse; 1 buggy mare; 8 short yearlings; at 10 son-in-la- son-in-la- son-in-la- Self-Deni- al South Limestone. g Lexington, - - Kentucky. 1 1 "Last winter when mv little boy had croup I gothim abottie of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I honestly believe it Bear in mind that Chamberlain's saved his life," writes Mrs. J.B.Cook, Tablets not only move the bowels but Indiana, Pa. "It cut the phlegm and relieved his coughing spells. I am improve the appetite and strengthen most grateful for what his remedy hs the digestion. For sale by all dealers. done for him." For sale by all dealers. Important. 10 long yearlings and 4 two year olds, all steers and extra quality; 5 extra weanling calves; 2 registered Jersey cows; 2 registered Jersey heifers; 1 extra good grade cow; 2 cows being fresh and all excellent butter cows. 200 fouls; two horse wagon; 2 buggies; mowing machine; hay rake; cutting box; hog box; galvanived water tank; corn sheller; extention ladder; hemp brakes; wagon harness; two sets buggy harness; plow gear; turning plows; double shovels; single shovels; harrow; cider mill; scything cradle; 30 gallon iron kettle; grind stone; 8 stands bees; 264 egg incubator and brooder; two washing machines; 50 gallon oil tank; ladies' saddle; man's saddle; etc; etc. Eight to ten tons timothy hay, stack of rye, 60 barrels corn, 130 shocks of fodder. Household and kitchen furniture, and other articles too numerous to mention. Lunch served on the grounds at 12 o'clock. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. Alex West. V"c-ii.v h 'JaSSi" a cv r - ' vl 1 Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Nov 19 1914. Ml wtim. Either one of the above prices will buy you a first class Suit or Overcoat cut in the latest style and guaranteed to be all wool. We sell I S A THE HART-SCH- AFF el I Ms TO urn. j AND CLAIM IT IS THE BEST TO BE HAD IN MEN'S CLOTHING. KEN'S FINE SHOES S3.50 TO S5.00 LADIES DRESS SHOES S3.50 $6.00 CH1LDRENS SCHOOL SHOES $1.50 TO 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. HOUSE OF QUALITY. Get a new dilS thousands of dollars in the employment j re W. S ml th -- e LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. experienced lecturers The Central Record1 of qualified and go from one county to and teachers to INCORPORATED. BOLD BAD ROBBERS. Three residences on Danville street j were broken into last Saturday night, sometime between midnight and day. Messrs W. O. Goodloe. George Smith Sr. and R, E. McRoberts were the victims. Only a few dollars was secured from each place, money seemed to be his sole object, nothing else in any of the houses being disturbed. Several residences on this street were broken into about a month ago. another throughout the entire state to tell and show the farmers how they may increase the yield in their farm ROBINSON. Editor. J. r products ai:d add to the profits of the R. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. , farm. We have noticed that those Ky., farmers who have been attending these UnunHtilii! ro'tilBir "' institutes in this county and have n. mmiii1 CIh-.- - Mi.II Mht adopted the progressive methods outstripping the indifferent Member Kentucky Press Association fogie who are still following the old Eighth District Publishers League. way that his ancestors taught. We will have done much for our county, if "WHISTLER" RETURNS. Lancaster, Ky., November 19, 1914. by the of the people we After a siege of more than two weeks can induce the farmers to hear the addresses of those sent out to our county in a Cincinnati hospital, Mr. George Rates For Political Announcements j next year. When yau pay your taxes ' Smith Jr, returned to his home last For Prprinrt and CitV Offices . . .S 5.00 remember that you are footing the bill Tuesday. Mr. Smith went there suf-- 1 10.00 .. "or County Offices for a farmers institute next year in fering intensely with his eyes, but a For State and District Offices.... 15.00 Lancaster. When we Call your atten- successful operation upon one of the 10 for Calls, per line tion to it one year hence, don't fall to lids, by Dr. Sattler, the noted eve 10 For Cards, per line attend and get the benefit of the money specialist of that city, he returns, we For all publications in the interare glad to state, very much improved you have invested. est of individuals or expresand his friends hope will soon be himsion of individual views, per self again. Use Honaker flowers for Thanksgiv- 10 iine 05 ing. J. M. McRoberts. Agt. Obituaries, per line t9 ". FARMERS INSTITUTE Issued Weekly. SI. 00 A YEAR. HOWARD H. RUSSELL. Announcements. THE FOOT AND We are authorized to announce Judge MOUTH DISEASE.. Charles A. Hardin, of Harrodsburg, a There is not a disease known that is candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge of this, the thir- more highly communicable from one teenth judicial district, at the August subject to Bnother than this one. The disease is transmitted by direct conprimary 1913. for nomination by the August. Democratic party as Judge of this, the Thirteenth Judical District, of Kentucky, to be voted for at the November election, 1915. 1910, Emcan- tact, and through the medium of infect We aie authorized to announce C. ed food, litter, watering places.'stables, I.t is possible that C. Fox, f Danville, Kentucky, as a cars and attendants. candidate at the primary election in the contagion may be carried short distances in the air. The period of incubation, or the time that elapses between exposure and signs of the development of the disease, usually is short, but may vary from twentyfour hours to twenty days. Most cases develop within two or thiee days after exposure. disease usually starta with a chill. The animal remains by itself, the back is arched, hair erect, flanks tucked up, and there is shivering or twitching of the muscles. A sick animal moves with reluctance, and there is stiffness or marked lameness in the gait. A thick, yellowish secretion collects at the inner corners of the eyes and about the edges of the nostrils. More active symptoms of the disease may be noticed by blisters which form in the mouth, about the feet and on the udder. The blisters vary in size from that of a pea to a quarter of a dollar, and are filled ith a watery fluid There is a profuse slavering of the mouth, the saliva at first is normal but later becomes thick and ropy. This disease is not ordinarily fatal, but causes very serious loss in the checked milk flow, and prolonged, unthrifty condition, and seriously diseas ed feet. The mouth is so sore that the animal is unable to partake of solid food and apparently loses all sense of taste, and is generally of no value thereafter. One attack of the disease does not confer immunity, as an animal may have it several times. Deatruction of affected animals and thorough disinfection, these are the only methods that have ever been effective in dealing with this disease. Keep a watchful eye for this disease and woik to prevent an outbreak in your section. Only the most drastic measure, of immediate slaughter, gives any hope of eliminating the disease, even rigid quarantining but partially chrcking its spread, since the germs may be carried by animals and even pigeons to a distance of scores or hundreds of miles. disease is pracThe tically unknown to American stock raisers, therefoie it has not been gen erally recognized, which accounts for the foothold it has gained; nevertheless the foaming at "the mouth and the ulcers appearing on the udders and feet of the animals attacked are unmistakable signs to those aware of the presence of the disease in the United States, and the Secretuary of Agriculture urged the immediate report to him of any Indeed, suspected animals or herds. prompt action in such cases, even if involving a pecuniary loss to the farmer or the shipper rises to the height of patriotism, since the general spread of the disease would be a tremendous national calamity. th -th Wc are authorized to announce met Puryear of Danville, Ky., a didate for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney of this, the thirteenth judicial district, at the August primary 1913. Have we ever had a more safe or a more sane President than Mr. Wilson. Mr. tVilson was elected a minoiity president. But for the war in the Republican party he would not have chosen. The country regarded him as a quiet scholar, lie was known to be eminently respectable and would be safe and would not be led astray. When Mr. Bryan was chosen secretary of State it was pretty well agreed that he would be the real President, that he would guide the destinies of the nation, would be the moving spirit, while the theologian from Princeton would be a figure heed. Time has proved that Mr. Wilson has been a man, of his own Head, that he has known business, politics or the science of government, not in a theoretical, academic way but in a practical way and in a way pleasing to the masses. The grave and reverend senate, the men who have been the real force in administration for twenty and thirty years, have been, to their unutterable astonishment, put in the background. Congress has been made to eat out of the hand of this "schoolmaster" who has shown himself to be a most forceful, dominating snd splendid executive. There has been no bluster, no bragadocia, no "big sticks" to bring about results. Just the action of a sternly determined man who made a study of the financial and commercial requirements of the people, who respected the rights of 'vested interests", who heeded no unfair demands, and believing he was right in his aims and purposes, proposed to go, and did go ahead fearlessly. The country has come to regard Wood-roWilson a great man, a man who has shown great wisdom in his treatHe has ment of grave questions. handled the Mexican and foreign war situations with masterly adroitness, in 'fact he is making our country admired, honored and respected, abroad as well at at home. "The editor was made president of the Farmers Institute for the next year, a high compliment which we greatly appreciate. The state of Kentucky is expending This delightful entertainer and platform orator will, under the auspices of the Anti Saloon League, lecture at the School Auditorium on the evening of November 23th and a large crowd no doubt will greet this noted lecturer. Mr. Russell is the founder of the Anti TO OPEN NEXT WEEK. Saloon League and a delightful evenMr. L. E. Herron proprietor of the ing is assured those who hear him. new theater buildingon Stanford street, The lecture is free. informs us that in all probability it will be ready for occupancy the last of next week. Mr. Herron has spent quite a sum of money on this building a full (By Wm. F. Miller.) description of which will appear in our i Robinson Cook sprained his right arm next issue. Tuesday morning at recess. Miss Robinson's room, the Seniors KING ALBERT OF BELGIUM will entertain Friday morning at S;15. Will Live In History As Great figure Of The public is invited. Bro. Beagle, Bro. Tinder and Messrs The War. J. A. Beazley and J. W. Elmore were King Albert is the most popular of- visitors at our school Tuesday and conficer in the army. The soldiers in the ducted the exercises. The Seniors will line up against the tienches say so, and they are not given Juniors, Sophomores and Freshman to flattery just now. Nor is it blind devotion to a myster- grades on this Thursday afternoon for ious "his majesty" about whom the a game of foot ball. King Alcommon people know little. School children who live out in the bert is loved because he is known rath- country will be given until 8:30 to get er than because he isn't. to school, begining Wednesday mornThe soldiers are unanimous that the ing, without being counted late. King is most democratic. He does not Mr Bradley Bourne '15, who was inHe jured in a game of Foot Ball Wednesday wait for his men to come to him. goes to his men. was able to return to school next day, He tries to understand them; he goes altho his injury is painful it is not sereverywhere, unaccompanied, dresses in ious. one of the plainest of uniforms and adThe girls basket ball team, together dresses his soldiers as comrades rather with the boys basket ball team, which than subjects. will soon be organized, will rent a room A war correspfndent had this to down town to be used as a basket ball say of him: room. "In a little village just across the A photographer was at our school border here I saw today walking thru the drizzle the man who will probably Thursday; he took several pictures, income out of this war with the most cluding the Faculty, Basket and Foot lasting reputation of any engaged in it Ball Teams and High School and ' Grades. King Albert of Belgium. On last Friday afternoon the pupils Fresh from the trenches, where he had scorned death and patted his fight- of the High School were invited to the ing soldiers on the shoulder, with the court house to hear Messrs Douglas cheers of his enthusiastic men in his and Ogg, who spoke on Farm Life in ears, his long rather English face wore Forms and was enjoyed very much. the expression of one w ho had suffered The following school boys accompan a great deal, and who was ennobled by ied by Prof. Caneer drove over to Stanhis suffering. ford Friday evening after school to see I have seen manj pictures of Christ tho foot ball game between Richmond on the cross, some dene by masters. and Stanford, the latter winning by the and in each I have seen about the eyes score of 0 to 0. The game was well atan effort at just the same expression tended and cleanly played but Stanford which I caught in the eyes of the Bel- "got away" with the forward pass. gian King. Messrs Robt Kinnaird, Paul and MilThere is something of patience in it, ton Elliott, J. Herron, Glass Carrier, something of pity, much suffering but T.J. Price, Wilmott, Gowen nothing mean. One reads determina- Bource, Willie B. West. Walter Cox, tion, proud resentment, an absence of Wallace Cotton, James Wood, Rice fear." Terrill, Jno Eldridge, Dalton Rich, Cecil Brown, Billy Miller, Prof. Caneer. city Tax And Water Rent. Miss Anderson's room entertained last Friday morning. It was greatly enRemember that the penalty will go on your taxes in a few days and to save joyed by the school and following visitthis expense your taxes should be paid ors. Mrs. Alex Walker and daughter, at once. Your water rent must be Mrs. Poole Perkins, Miss Lena Bright, paid, or the water will be cut off. There Mrs. Nellie Taylor, Mrs. Booth Sutton, will be no exception to this rule and all Mrs. Nevius, Mrs. Dudley, Miss Bettie W. Bumside, Mrs. W. H. Lackey, Mrs will be treated alike. L. E. Herron, City MsrshallJ R. L. Hagan and son, Mr3. Siler, Mrs. R. Dunn and little daughters and visitors Mrs. Dunn and children of LexingTobacco Or Notes Received For Educatton, Mrs, E. C. Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Anderson, Mrs T. Currey, Mrs. ing Unemployed For Success. Brumett, Miss Emma Doty, Mrs. Be prepared for a position for the J. W. Sweeney, Mrs. Jas. Royston, coming great revival of business by Mrs. Pattie Anderson, Miss Love, Miss attending the influential Wilbur R. Bronaugh, Mrs. Sanford, and Little Smith Business College, Lexington, Misses Elizabeth L. Simpson, Dorothy Dunlap and Nancy Lear. Ky. Write for information. ! NEW THEATER j ) Of all the various agencies at work drainage where needed to carrv out intendent of Schools in Rowan County, for the advancement of Agriculture in the excess of water and admit the air. with whom the idea originated. Are Ky, the work of Farmers Institute He showed that time plays a very im-- 1 we jjQJnj, ollr .)art . this work'.' AH should be the moat important. After proving the texture, making more linnn. n tlirw. ivlif. Tiro attending one of these meetings and favorable toil conditions as regards The shame of illiteracy is upon oar hearing these talks on various subjects, water, air, temperature and bacteria. State, and this forward movement inmanure and all tends to remove it. There could be no the progressive farmer returns to his He said that barn-yar- d farm greatly benefit by what he heard forms or organic matter imprave all nobler work than to see to it that all and has a new enthusiasm foi his work seven ol the elements or soil fertility, our peopie shall learn to read and write and sees many possibilities which he supplying plant food and humus, im- -, amj nave some knowledge of the never seen before. Then why, oh proving texture and the conditions for binary branches of education, and we why, are our farmers so remis in at- - moisture, air. temperature and bacteria. 0VVfc jt t0 ourselves that this object wnue commercial iertilizers do nothing should be in every way helped toward tending and so uninterested. He asserted attainment. But the "finest thingabout M. Douglas, representing Live Stock but supply plant food. Department and Live Stock Farming, that the farmer who depends upon the work is that it does not end with says: commercial fertilizer to the neglect of the schools, not even with the The cheap feeds which admirably his soil with organic matter, .lipht School a for jirlnlrs. It is tK suit the production of Live Stock, that is going straight to soil ruin and will ' after-effect- s of that .iro createst can be furnished on Kentucky farms, see the time when he cannot grow crops supreme importance: it is the influence at a yery little expense, are alfalfa and ever by the libera! use of such fertili- - Up0n the character of the students that con silage. Corn silage can be will raise the standard of citizenship duced at a cost of about $4.00 a ton ne oiu not mean mat commercial in all ways through our state. and admirably takes the place of hay fertilizers are harmful to soils, for they costing $20.00 per ton. A field of corn are not, provided the farmer feeds his making fifty bushels per acre, would soil with fresh organic matter to main-- 1 average about ten tons of corn silage j tain all the conditions for profitable ! per acre. A silo holding a hundred agriculture. tons of silage would furnish the rough i R: A. Ogg, of Green Castle, Ind., feed for thirty-fiv- e head of cattle for i spoke upon The Fundamentals of Soil six months. Not only is it a cheaper Fertility, giving plant food, humus, t feed, but it is one that admirably suits texture, water, air, temperature and! Purchasers get the btneht iu our I experience in the business. for both winter and summer feeding. bacteria as the seven essentials of a It is really the simply corn of the sum- - fertile soil. He showed that ninetj five 0ok fo 0ther ba.rp,ns il5lutd ,n nexc ..,. ., Vir ti,.. nuiib a e i wuiues irum issue. Owners of farms who want t e mer timp rannnl nr. .u winter ..... . x, fnr pt ,n. tiic iuuu it plays about the same part the air and water, and only five per cent sell should see us at once. ''Til nproe nf Ifinfl Innilto,! raa- - Tnr an neaitn oi tne animal fed, as canned i from the soil. Nitioiren. nhosnhnn's Kentucky river. In high state of cuki goods does to the human family. and potash are the only elements likely onage. in numerous experiments, to be lackins in a clav soil, and ther vation. 105 acres in grass. S3 acres in producing corn every year has cut down the production of beef, are $10,000,000 worth of nitrogen over "m 2.00 per hundred. Not only does it do each acre wnich can be drawn upon as at shipping poirt on river. larg. splen-needthat, but it also advances the selling by growing the various clovers, did residence, store room ano other This farm price about fifty-fiv- e to one hundred and that more than $2,000 worth ot I necessary out buildings. cents on the market. potash is found in the surface spvpn produces well and is one ot the lies; Corn silage for feed cattle should not inches with equal amounts in the sub- bargains on our list. Priee S75.00 nr be put up too green, but rather should soil, so that the element the fanner acre. be left until about the time when the should need to buy is phosphates. If 17G acres within one mile of Paint corn is put in the shock. his soil is acid, as nearly all Kentucky Lick on L N R. R. with good imOfficers elected for the coining year soils are, he needs to sweeten with provements, land lies well and is fertile , within I mile of graded .school. Wortk for this county. lime the money asked $105 rer acre. Pres. Joe E. Robinson. Sec. Walton Moss, V. Pres. Miss Jennie Higgins. So acres of land on pike 1 mile from WHAT IS AN EDITOR. Delegates to state farmers Institute good village 9 miles from Lancaster. to be held in February. A little village boy was given the first class land, good improvements, 10 W. Moss, J. W. Walker, Ed. Price. stunt by his father to write an essay room dwelling, well watered. In thr In his talk on pruning fruit trees, on editor, and famous "Camp Dick Robinson" section. I here is the result: Mr. C. L. Clayton said that the prun "Don't know how newspapers came Price $12o.00 per acrr. ing gave much larger, better colored to be in the world. I don't think God Three cottages at the low prices. , fruit, often made trees bear and also does ior ne aint got nothing to say $1S00., $2000. and$2100. made the trees live longer, and gives about them or an editor in 200 acres good 'and. near BryantsviHt; the Bible them the strength to bear heavier crops I think the editors is one of t he miss - ' well improved. large tobacco barn. If without breaking the branches For jnjr finks you read of and stayed in the you want a money maker see this farm. the best results the tree should he flood and then came out and wrote the "u- - Per acre. trained from the beginning. In plant- thing up and has been here ever since. No 491. 1S5 acres of high class lanj. ing, the top should be cut severely I don't think he ever died. 2 miles out, 2 large tobacco barns, per and each winter the next "I never saw a dead one and never ' acr? $120. three years the tree should be pruned heard of one being licked. Our paper 493. Cottage and o( acres of fertele to give it an open spreaded form. To is a mighty good one, but the editor land, large tobacco barm, all but i' do this best one year old apple trees goes all winter and don't wear any acres in grass, on pike in one mile of snouiu oe used, inis is cut DacK to a socks anU paw aint paid hig subscrip-- I Lancaster. Price $120. per acre. stub about thirty inches fiom the tjon s;nce the naner started. asked No 494. Several pieces of splendid ground at the tune of planting. lhe DEW if that Was Whv the editor had tO nitv nrnnortv for m!a next winter the branches should hn put suck the juice out ot snowballs in win496. 100 acres of land, J mile from back to about fourteen inches leaving ter and go to bed when he had his shirt Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles from three to five branches to form the washt in summer. And then paw took good improvements. main limbs of the future tree. These me out to the woodshed and licked be from Lancaster, (large tobacco barn, well worth the should be so chosen as to form no awful hard. If the editor makes a I nf SlflO npr nrt notches, and should be distributed up mistake ioihs say ne ougni lo ue nung. rrift 497. 222 acres of fine land near Lanand down the trunk of the tree so they but if a doctor makes any mistakes he will not crowd later on. The next win- buries them and the people dassent say caster & Lexington pike. splendid imter we cut back the side branches, cut- nothing because the doctors can read provements, at $90. per acre. 493. 63 acres, improved, near Paint ting out those which are inclined to and write Laten. grow across the tree, those which cross "When the editor makes a mistake Lick Graded School at $95. per acre. and close together- theie is a lawsuit and swearing and a 499. 73J acres of rich land, right on As the tree gets oider less pruning is big fuss: but it a doctor makes one pike, well improved, 2 miles of Lancasneeded, or the enery goes into the fruit there is a funeral, cut flowers and per ter, priced at $120. per acre and is instead of wood. However, all trees feet silence. A doctor can use a word worth it. should be pruned some each winter to a yard long without him .or anybody No 501. 45 acres, new houseon pike, keep them in shape. else knowing what it means: but if the near Bryantsville. Price $4,000.00. In pruning old neglected trees 'the editor uses one he has to spell it. If No 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from first thing to do is often to cut out one the doctor goes to see another man's or more of the branches from the cen- wife he charges for the visitJbut if the town limits of Lancaster on Lexington ter of the tree and so open it up to the editor goes he gets a charge of buck- Avenue, unimproved, beautiful building sites, a bargain at $150. per acre. sun and air. Cut out all dead and dis- shot. 503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile eased brances, also those which cross 'When a doctor gets drunk it is a or are too close together. In old trees case of being overcome by the heat, from pike, fertile land, highly improved it is often necessary to cut out part of and if he dies it is from heart, trouble; lies well, splendid water, susceptible of the top to get it low enough to spray when the editor gets drunk it's a case division into two or three farms. $95. and pick the fruit. of too much booze, and if he dies its per acre. If the trees have been long neglected the jimjams. Any old college can 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from it is best to take two years for this make a doctor; an editor has to be Lancaster, large tobacco barn.one other work. Cutting out the dead and dis- born. ' 'Exchange. beautiful level building site fronting eased wood, opening to the center, and pike. $110. per acra. cutting out the highest branches first, Look at your Label and For further particulars write or call and later doing the general thinning. on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real .esAll cuts should be made slanting and send us dollar. tate men. Lancaster, Ky. ! I ' , j or-h- ad i moon-supplyi' I I NO ILLITERACY AFTER 1920 HELD leaving no stubs to cause disease. white lead Paint over large cuts with No illiteracy after 193'. is no al.e FRIDAY AND SATURDAY and oil to prevent rotting, boast, in view of the progress ms.de R. A. Ogg continued his discussion of since the work was started three years Not Attended As It Should Have Been. soil fertility, piesnnting the means of ago and since continutd so energetically increasing it. He spoke first of tile bj Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart. Super. .ee6ft6 Copyright Hart Schaflaer J; Man above another branch or bud. thus NEW PROPERTY i LIST. I I i yrs .i it -- I I '"" ed j I for I I that i m uu IAj-- The Central Record, Thursday Nov 19 1914. 1 o age 5 k, JI1L -" Wl LN All Wool Cheviots. "m-- T ia3'Biiiw.-aiimLMiiPMtMpfffa An Excellent Value in Hand Tailored Gaberdine Suits . . awm ... $17.50 Serge Suits selling at . . SI 5.00 U l!J. S3 UStfUll ,r gamajsssgauiu.1 Hi.'mnTm.,rierT iy jr"Xs. "w ". "3k 0 OUTFITTERS FOR WOMEN. Eg55stss3sssss"g3S3 BE'5sssfef33g535s35S5 I I I Uhe and one-piec- e atggtigBigggqagagaagggggsggg ! 1 T 1 t lit a Conmanv favorite Recipes Qf Offers ' One-Thi- the marked price on all Suits dresses now in stock. We are also receiving rd fashion - Shop. I off each week a choice selection of 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 Tjhe fashion - Shop. HE w IE DIIE JE S ifiLVC .iWAy im deduction on all BEGINNING, . ffl f m tf1 V Urimmed jfcats X SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31 St, 1914 N V m X ftella Arnold. DOIE 3E 3 nE 2E ITJ We Sell the BEST ) f HEATING, COOK STOVES AND RANGES made. A Good First-Cla- ss ige For S26.50 Gail and see it. ' i Mount, Son & Co, gig?i!trigtsittgit jtfftaESjFtfiraaitf Now's The Time I i ii !i For Filling Up if your coal bin is empty or even half full. It's folly to wait until you have to scrape up (he last scuttle from the bottom of the bin. Order now, get the benefit of lowest market pricss and run no risk of delay on account of earlier ii i I f I J orders. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg H rN' Go. Kentucky. Mrs Pruitt is a sister of last Saturday, after a stay of two , Judge Williams Oklahoma News. weeks in Covington and Columbus O. h .. Cl , :.i I n ii i .lie was accomuitiiieu iiume uv .ur. mm Miss Ethel Jones uannuc ""v Mrs. Arthur Hubbard of Covington and 'in j jjj visiting relatives. STGO Mrs. Clarence Wilson of Cincinnati. !M Mr. Joel Walker Jr. is at home from These delightful people, however, re-- 1 U? a recent visit to Columbus. Ohio maiuid only one night, returning to 5 A Brief Mention of the Com'.nes and BY MRS. TOM BALLARD. Lancaster. Ky. Miss Pansy Love spent Sunday with th"ir homes bv automobile on Sundav. M I j Goings Ly Those Wt Are Interested ; re.,PsrogyagT3gagagrerc:?,gggrs,cg,gs .i r Miss Ann Bronaugh at Crab Orchard. .wbtaliAju- jir and Mrs. Charlie Norris, and son t!wjdfcAjut4. ' Miss Mr. Claude S. West of Junction City, John and handsome daughter, SAUSAGE. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Ainon were visi- was a pleasant visitor here Thursday. Mattie, all of Frankfort. Kv , but tors in Danville, Friday. '5 table,poon- - of rslt. moto.-ethrough 12 pounds of meat. j Mrs. Lottie DePugh of London will formerly of this place, our town last Sunday, stopping only 3 tablespoons of black pepper. ft 1 teaspoon of cajenne ivppc Mrs. Lillie Kennedy, of Carlisle, is be the week-en- d guest of Miss Pansy long enough to shake hands with a few j here for a visit to Lancaster relatives. j Love. As much sage as you like. Don't heap the spoons of alt or p"nier. of their old friends, who were glad in-- 1 Judge Louis L. Walker and Mrs. Mrs Nora Perkins and little daughter deed to see them. They were ac- -' Walker are in Louisville for a shore of Richmond have been visiting Mrs N. companied by Miss Hazelip, a promivisit. Miller. nent attorney at the Frankfort bar. i Mr. and Mrs. Percy Noland have been The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday Rev. R. J. Miller and President Jor-ep- h visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hughes of afternoon at the home of Misses Martha Serena of Kenka College New , Louisville. and Helen Gill. York, and Rev. Sohmm of India, in the Mrs. Ed Walker has returned from a Mr and Mrs J. D. Wearren of Stan- interest of the Men and Millions Move- ' ON ALL visit to her mother Mrs. Annie Ramev ford were the guest of Mr and Mrs N. ment were in Lancaster and gave most in Eminence. excellent and instructive talks at the Miller, Sunday. Christian church to appreciative hear Miss Hallie Brown has returned from Mrs. W. A. Price was in Midway ers. Their addresses upon the subject a visit to her cousin Eiss Ella Thomp- Monday to see her daughter. Miss which is so widespread thruout the 5 Ready-to-we- ar son, of Danville. Hats and Ghildrens Mamie Stormes Dunn. country was most interesting and comMrs. Charles Davis, of Chattanooga, Misses Minnie and Christine Sanders prehensive. Sale going on now. is here for a visit to her mother, Mrs. are at home from a visit to Mrs. Oatley Elizabeth Joseph. Burke at Silver Creek. BEAUTIFUL CHURCH Mrs. Ed. Price is at home from a Mesdames A. C. Miles and Nora pleasant visit to her son, Joe Price in Teater are at home from a week's visit NUPTIALS. the city of Atlanta. to Mrs. L. L. Sanders at Crab Orchard. The marriage of Miss Pauline Denny Mrs. John B. Herndon of Richmond Mr. Charles Renner and little son Hocker to Rev. William O. Foster, of is the guest of her parents Mr. and Wm. of Chicago are guest of Air. Ren-ner- 's Atlanta, Georgia, was solemnized Wed1L 1L 1L bj Mrs. T C. Rankin. sister Mrs, R. Zimmer ind family. nesday morning at 9:30 o'clock in the Mr. and Mrs. James Beazley were Mrs. Cleveland Rose and Miss Bettie j Stanford Christian church, in the pre in Madison for a short visit to Mr. and West were visitors for several days the sence ot manv trienus and loved ones. Mrs. James Ellison. , past week of Mrs. Gilbert at Buckeje. Rev. C. M. Walker, the officiating performed the ceremony m a Little Miss Ruth Ross, of Paint Lick Miss Sara Adams, of Kirksville, ar- minister, is visiting her cousins, Miss Helen Gul-le- y rived Tuesday, to be the charging most appropriate and impressive manIN and George Lawson. guest of Miss Nancy Long, on Rich ner. The decorations were very simple but effective and artistic, nothing but Mr. Taylor Ray lias returned to his mond street. ferms being used. The entire chancel home in New Orleans after a visit to Miss Minnie Gulley entertained at was tilled with ferns, massed together Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown. six o'clock dinner Fridav in honor of and the choir rail was fettooned in Mr. and Mrs, Hugh Logan of Crab the Misses Prather, Chas. Zanone and green, thus making a rich back ground We will sell as followirj:, beginning Nov 21. Orchard were recent guests of their James Hilton. for the bridal partv. aunt, Mrs. Nannie Kelley. Miss Mary Higginiin her usual able Mr. und Mrs. Andrew Hemphill and Air. and Mrs. J. IS. Soper spent Sat- little sons of Nicholasville have been manner presided at the organ, and gave urday and Sunday in Richmond with visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Arnold in several beautiful numbers before the nuptial vows weie taken. She was Mr. and Mrs. James Soper. Haselden Heights. most ably assisted by Mrs. Morrison Ed Dickerson of Richmond spent Mr. W. G. Anderson celebrated his Bright, who sang. "I Love You Truly. " the week end with his sisters Misses 87th birthday the past week by giving and "Love's Old Sweet Song" in a a most sumptuous dinner to a few most pleasing manner. Jennie and Mamie Dickerson. To the strains of Lohengrin's wedMr. and Mrs. R. L. Elkin, Mrs. W. relatives and friends. R. Cook and son, Robinson Cook, Mrs. R. H. Batson and little daughj ding march the bridal party came to Also Mens' Clothing, strictly at COST and and Mr. John E. Stormes were recent ter Cecil have returned from a visit to the alter Mr. Jesse Hocker, brother of will continue until stock of Clothing is sold, visitors in Lexington. Mrs. Batson's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. the bride, and Mr. Will Denny of Lancaster, a cousin, came first followed bj Misses Rice and Smith have returned A., Hilton of Stanford. Messrs Ben and Clifford Foater.brothers Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Dunn anJ children to their home in Richmond aftea a durvisit to Professor and Mrs. Caneer. have returned to their home in Lexing- of the groom and stood with them ing the ceremony. will leavn shortly to spend The bride who entered with the Mrs. Mary Epping has returned to ton. They Successor to K. S. Brown. groom, was attired in an exquisite her home in Louisville after a protract- the winter in the south. ed visit to her niece Mrs. L. L. Walker. Mr. Sam Scott of Whitehall II!., and gown of white crepe de chine, entrain, 1JL HE 3L 1Z Mrs, George Hammack of Greenfield with Alencou lace overdress and pearl Miss Hannah Aldridge has returned caught to her home in Stanford after a pleas- III., were with Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Cox trimmings. The tulle veil was Monday (C mrt Da ) will be our " in withclu8ters of orange blossoms and "V" for a brief visit this week. ant visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond spec,a ady on most becomingly arranged over the Haselden. Y0UU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. z , A handsome photograph of Mrs. Wm 'Y vnKi- aymh,f vaIues I .01 in ihjm Her bouquet was bride's coiirure. uwfu.., ....U..,.. m. witJll'U--J . Mr. James N. Denny is expected Garnque bf New Orleans, formerly roses edged with ferns. lamirif m Mirrn is home this week from a visit of two Miss Estella Conn of this city appeared ror Kent. The bride is the lovely and attractive " months with relatives in Arkansas, in Saturday s Courier Journal. daughter of Mr J. S. Hocker, president My Property in Lancaster, Ky., on Fresh oysters and celery at Ball's. 3t Oklahoma and Missouri. Mr. Sam Scott ot Whitehall 111., and of the First National Bank, and is a Stanford Street adjoining Christian favorite in this community. Fresh oysters and celery at Ball's. 3t church for year 1915. Possession given. Mrs. Alexander Kennedy of Danville Mrs. George Hammack of Greenfield universal was in Lancaster the past week for a 111., spent part of the week with their In winning her, Mr. Foster has genuine Mrs. . J. Mason. Just in, a barrel of new kraut, at ! January 1st. Mr. cause for being congratulated. tf visit of several days with Mrs. F. S. uncle Mr. J. O. Reid and daughters. Ball's. Foster is pastor of the Second Christian Hughes and Miss Tommie Francis. Victor Stone of Somerset but a for- church, of Atlanta, Georgia, and is For Sale Honakers flowers for all occasions. boy, has enrolled the Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden mer Lancaster sincere and scholarly minister of the M. McRoberts. Agt. J. Sixty acres of land. '21 miles from Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Beazley motored to largest mixed Sunday School class in gospel. Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike. Good Lexington Friday evening to witness the state. He began with t9 members, Rev and Mrs. Foster left immeddozen pair felt boots at $2. pair. Two house, barn and plenty ot water. the home talent plav. "In Slumberland' now he has 124. iately for Atlanta, where they will Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. Herndon & Walker. Lancaster, Ky. Miss Delia Tinder was hostess Sat- go to housekeeping at once. The legion Mesdames R. E. McRoberts. George enjoyable of friends of this happy pair wish them House and lot on Lexington street, D. Robinson, W. R. Cook, Fannie urday afternoon for a most Farra, John M. Mount, Miss Sue social affair in compliment to her at- a long life filled with much tiappiness. for sale or rent. Mrs. Susan Fisher. Interior Journal. Shelby Mason, and Mr. John E. Stormes tractive guest Miss Margaret Millward. r of Mr The bride is a I am in, the market for jour turkeys of Lexington. The hours were from 3 were ir Stanford for the "Hocker-Fo- s to 5. A most delicious menu was serv- A. R. Denny anda neice of Mrs. Mattie and will pay the highest market price, ter" wedding. Duncan and Mr. S. C. Denny of this tf H. C. Bailey. ed. R. L. Davidson, born and reared in place. She was a frequent visitor here take chances with Mr. 0. J. Moberly died at his home your fowls? the Kentucky Bluegrass, now of Tulsa, and has many friends and admirers who ! A complete and up to 2ate line of near Kirksville after lingering illness rpnf;i fnrnTqhinfTa insf. rpcnivpd this state, will represent Tulsa county Bourbon Poultry Cure wish for her a life of unalloyed aged 58 years. At one time Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. Is absolute and qnick death to in the State Senate when in convenes of cancer, tie ccrms ot roup, colds and Nina. He was in January, having defeated h's Repub- he was a merchant at other Infectious diseases. A .Wanted. tew drops la the drinklnz water a Master Mason, and was buried with Kentucky Red Berkshire. For Sale. good majority lican opponent by a kills the disease terms and preGilead in Madison Co. vents sickness. One SOc bottle I have 10 nice young boars for sale. Mrs J. C. Pruitt and children, of Masonic rites at Wanted to rent a farm of about 100 makes 12 callous ot medicine. Campbellsville, Kyv have completed a The deceased is survived by a wife and They are from Anna Bell and Fancy acres. Money rent. Can give satisAt drogxists, or by maQ. postpaid. Valuable poultry book. four sons and two daughters. EL. B. Creech. Lady, the choice of my herd. factory reference. visit to the family of Jndge W. I. Wil- tree. " B0CU0.1 W. B. Denny, Lancaster Ky. I , 1IHIDI CO, UiltM Mrs. J. E. Stormes returned home f Lancaster, Ky. i liams in Tulsa, and have returned to Gossip About 1 vv yell Known jomen. ..i . -- I d I I I mtmwj&HwvmmAmi''3&x REDUCED SALE Trimmed Hats Untrimmed Shapes nats. I MRS ADA KINNAIRD. D Great MoneySaving n Ladies Coats and SIMS. $25.00 $20.00 $15.00 $12.50 $16.50 $12.50 $ 8.50 $ 5.50 vJ M LYONS A- Da 3C r !! ll-5.- tf. grand-daughte- (r BM9 i WHY -- I. PcUt! 6' The Central Record, Thursday Nov 19, 1914. PltKACHKKSVII.l.h. HELP COMES QUICKLY Head Colds, Children Qry Sor FIecasrys When Hyomei Is Used For Mr M. F. Lawrence is ill. Mr and Mrs Catarrh or Croup. J. M. Cress visited at Brodhead. Miss Gertrude Talitha Bell. Adams visited Miss v'B B Bi k B m fc B B hmiJ Mr and Mrs Roscoe Colyer visited Mr and Mrs S. D. Carpenter. Mrs Elizabeth Barker, of Crab Orchard was visiting Mrs Wm. Dyehouse. Mr and Mrs Morri-- i Daughertv. of Somerset, visited Mi ar.tl Mrs Henry Lunsford. Mr Fred Dyehouse had a foot badly mashed while lopging in the knobs of Crab Orchard. Rev E. B. Thornton, of Georgia, has joined his wife hero, who has been visiting her parents. Mr Oliver Carpenter and wife, of Lancaster, visited her parents, Mr and Mrs S. D. Carpenter. Mr and Mrs B. T. Lunsford. visited their daughter, Mrs James Curtis, at Hackley. who is quite ill. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and ivhiclt ha? been, ill u-- e lor ever SO years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- p sonal supervision since its infancy. jp jStf-zr- Lay. Allow no one to deceive yon in this. " arc but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Kxperimoiit-- . t!:at triJlo vitli and endanger the health of Iufur's and Cliildren Experience against IlspcrJnient. .Tust-as-good Castor: It is pleasant. It contains r.ciilier Opium, Morphine nor other Uarcotic c..l:si.r:co. !'s age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms For more than tliirty years it u::d i.'.is .: Constipation, 2ro's IVwr-.hnc.co-!-tsint tfhat is CASTORIA for Castor Oil, harmless snbstitute ha a:sd Soothing Syrups. w. Pane-pori- f. uvj fcr the relief of all Teething Troubles and and It regulates Dlr. ' i. t!:a Food, giving the Stomach naturalBowels, sleep. healthy and as.M:: The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. has Uiyj i. , rislt:'-.u-i'S V.'ind Collo, When your head is all stutfed up causing you dull headaches, difficult breathing, constant sniffling, and you feel generally miserable, there is nothing quite equal to Hyomei to give quick pereffective and lasting benefit-y- -t fectly hermless; simple to use and inexpensive. To get quick and certain relief from catarrh or a cold it is most important the medication goes directly to the inflamed tissue lining the air passages. That's the Hyomei method. Just put a few drops of antiseptic Hyomei in the inhaler that comes with every complete outfit, and breathe it you will feel bet ter at once. It clears the head, quickly relieves the tightness in the chest and that choked-u- p feeling, all disagreeable nasai aiscnarges, watery eyes ana auu headaches surely cease. So certain is R. E. McRoberts of the curative powers of Hyomei for catarrh croup, asthma, and similar diseases, that he sells it onthe"No-cure-no-pay- " plan. .. (SENUBNE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought C , rCNTAUH COHPAMV, NEW YORK ClTY. Ready for To-morr- ow ? am using BeeDee STOCK MEDICINE with my horses regularly and find it a saving proposition on feed. It also makes them healthy, thriving and clean. Ira Johnston, R. F. D. No. I. O'Neill, foebr. I Horses digest their feed less thoroughly than other farm animals. In order to insure thorough digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your horses readier for next day's work, add to their evening feed a teaspoonful of Dnp Taa J3CCJCC STOCK MEDICINE It will lessen your feed bills. It will increase your profits. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At your dealer's. P.B.1 stripping. Misses Lillian Garner, of Cedar Creek Stock looks well and no report of SIGN OF DANDRUFF attended church and Miss Nell Nev.-IanFoot and Mouth disease. here Sunday and visited Mr and Mrs S. Try This Simple Home Treatment. It Stock sales are seldom or if they oc D. Carpenter. cur they are not reported. Surely Mrkes the H ir Soft, Fluffy Misses McAlister and Misses'Ila New Farmers are now busy cribbing corn and Lustrous, land and Jewel Goodwin, of Crab Or- - and report a bountiful yield. Misses Kate chard, were guests of Coy this week loses its Smithy and If your hair is not pretty, if it is Melvin and Ruby Pariish. Miller as U. G. Preston is moving to losing color, too dry, matted, falling out' Mr Henry Lunsford, age 34 and Miss Loyd. i or if vour scalp itches, you can quickly Ulysses Preston has been wired to overcome all of these conditions at a Rose Arnold age 1C, were united in the ' holy bonds of matrimony on the after come to Danviile to... his brother Te- - trifling cost and only a few moments see i n i noon of November 8th. They drove to vis rrsion wno is in. time. Just get from R. E. McRoberts Porter Warren succeeds U. G. Pres- or anv drug counter, some Parisian the parsonage, whe-- the magic words were said by Rev. R. B. Baird in a ton as black smith, but it looks as if we Sage, a most helpful and invigorating ' most impressive manner, in the preswill have to "go farther to mill". tonic that supplies every hair need. It ence of a few select friends, which Your local correspondent is preparing is easily applied, absolutely harmless made them man and wife. The bride to move to Loyd. After this, items and is as inexpensive as it is beneficial. was becomingly dressed in blue and , from this point will only come occas- - Improvement begins with the first ap- never looked prettier than on her wed- - ionally. nor nnlv nlirntinn. for Parisian Sflr ding eve. She is the youngest daugh- Coy Sanders and family, one of the nourishes the hair roots but stimulates ter of Mr and Mrs .1. P. Arnold and is firm of Sanders Bros, our local mer-lov- your hair to grow long, tick, soft, fluffy by all who know her. Mr Luns- - chants, are visiting his brother-in-laand lustrous. It immediately removes ford is the youngest son of Mr and Mrs ' this week at Burgin Ky. every bit of dandruff" and stops itching B. T. Lunsford and is a hard working I There must be plenty of game, scalp. man and is liked by all who peciallv rabbits, skunks, minks, Be sure to get Parisian Sage for there him. We wish to extend our sums, and raccoons, as the rabbits are is no other so effective and this will heartiest congratulations and wish the very much in evidence at the store, surely give your hair new life and young folks a long and happy life. Vm Moberly and family have moved beauty. ed w pos-kno- w Mr and Mrs Joseph Pettus and family and Miss Edith McLane. of Springfield, visited Mr and Mrs R. G. Pettus. back from Coffeyville Kan. to take care of his widowed mother, wife of the late C. M. Moberly a former resi' dent of Coy. 1, Most of the large farms in the north eastern part of the county have been , sliced up like a water melon in the auu nic rsujijiui niiji , (jasi. tew uutiiut; 10 families where forty years ago they did not well support one. l4 Henderson Green and druehter Mrs, Jas. Clouse recently returned from a 3 weeks visit to his uncle J. T. Tate who lives on Bnndle Ridge in Rockcastle recently. They had a nice outing and 'J brought home plenty of chesnuts and ' persimmons. , Bob Whites must be plentiful the --, way they whistle on the Ridges, but SJ owners of the land object to the town men shooting the quail on their premises, and tell me that they would as soon a man would shoot their chickens as their birds. The river is in fine fix for fishing. i Lock no. 8. 3 miles below Coy is now the place for the Disciples of Isaac Walton as I see the local anglers pass frequently with good strings. Many of the government fish are now frying size and they bite well at times at the Iock. Spinners lure them at this season of the year. ;.WnWl14fTminMnUr B. F. HUDSON, President. W. 0. P.igney, Ass't Cash'r. V. J. J. WALKEK. Joe J. Walker Jr.. Vice r. Prest. Book-Keepf- F. CHAMP. Cashier. w. I ORGAXIZED 18S3. k 'We Citizens Capital $50,000. National Bank Surplus $40,000. OF LANCASTER, KY. ' " This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can nelp us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R JEN1JY, President Surplus $30,000. Vice COY Some tobacco has been bulked for J. E. STORMES. TO REMOVE EVERY R. 1 Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, r. Safety Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. MBEaHMBMHHnHiHHnaaHBHaHBMIiHi Diaw for A Check 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 wilt grow all right. 0; BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS Effective from August 1, 1914 to August 1. 1915 and guaranteed against any reducthm during liit.1 tirnv TOURING CAR RUNABOUT TOWN CAR cur-ful- ly , Amcri'-Houly- The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Thanksgiving Proclamation. TWW7 hanksgiving and Christmas time always demand goods in our line. If you wish to save money and see the largest and best selected stock of Jewelry in Kentucky, come , you to Danville look for the Mammoth Street Clock across the street from Court will find the largest line of 1 Ho-.ise- 33& Wood Shindies -- N everWarp,Crack,Rct,Curl or Burn- LiKe Mb o 190. $440. $690. duction, ue agree to pay as the buyer's haie from to $00 pr car (on or abi.ut August 1, 1915) to wry ret:iil liuier who purchases a new Fo.d car ln;twfc:i August 1. 1914 und August 1. 1915. For lurthm- - particulars regarding these iow prices g and tilan see $!U profit-sharin- y O It Petr.lit :l!l e.llli.rl. (Sntlu I"ii1:m! rate-- ftf Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum flicicricy in our factory production, and the minimum cost in our purchnMi'g and sales departments if c.in learli an output of JIOO.OOO cars between lilt- - aijuve d.itt--;-. u reach ibis proAnd v.-- e Rogers Silver at Prices Lower than Were Ever Quoted in Danville 1847 Thousands of pieces of this famous Silver give you a fine selection. A. roof withThey can be laid right over an old out dirt r bother, and they make it stormproof :md fireproof. 5 They're inexpensive. For particulars address wood-shingle In Cut Glass We Show 250 Pieces. Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company. XH 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. MADISON GARAGE, Richmond, Ky. What would of the finest and daintiest patterns at prices you can afford to pay. Well that is you think of having a selection of 300 Watches to Make Your Choice From. what you will find at this City Store. 1,000 Rings make it impossible for you not to be satisfied and mind you. nothing but solid gold rings sold. You will not find gold filled, gold shell, golll lop or any other fake styles here. aj i I'l' Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES the have made his name famous all United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. i atuckv Dril Will Our Bracelet Stock is Complete in the sow accurately any seed from the smallest flax see to the largest cow pea. lVHBKnivWlfHMlHBHlF ! Finest That Money Can Buy. 200 to Select 10 From. Pursley's Indian Herbs 43 Days' Treatment. 51.00 25c Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Price 10c. 3 bars .OX ON SALE AT DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR OF C. C. & J. E. Stormes and R. E. McRocerls. & m A if All Kentucky Drills have the immense advantafe of the low hitch, it has also a general purpose disk, being especially good in hard ground, crusty tough soil, unplowed stubble or root land. Equipped with chilled bearings which are simple and durable, drag bars of heavy-'. gold, all new fancy and plain patterns, Neck Chains, and Pendants in warranted solid gold and gold filled in such variety you cannot but be pleased in both .price and quality. Lockets in solid gold and gold filled. Chains, all kinds. Cuff Buttons, Scarf Pins Broaches. Bar Pins, Cuff Pins, Baby Pins, Ear Rings, Waldemere Chains with knife, for the dressy inclined. Coat Chains, Vest Chains, Charms, Tie Clasps, Watch Pins, Shirt Studs, Hat Pins. Watch Fobs, Lodge Buttons, Pins, and Chains', Mesh Bags, Hand Bags. Varieties in Card Cases, Coin Purses, Picture Frames in sterling and ivory. Toilet sets in sterling, silver plate and ivory. Manicure articles. Hair Pins, Back Combs, Pearl Beads, Traveling Manicure Sets, in pearl, silver and ivory. Hand painted China, Amber Beads, Wood Novelty Beads and Solid Gold Beads, and clocks in 100 different styles. Optical. goods, all kinds. The Finest Equipped Optical Department in Central Kentucky, with the best Optician in this part of the State. No case too complicated to receive proper attention. A member of the State Optical Association, Ask your friends who have received scientific and practical examinations and by properly fitted glasses have been relieved. PURSLEY'3 INDIAN HERBS AWELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box of our sparkling K'nger ale, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If j ou have not yet tried any or all ot them you don't know what a fine treat you have been missing. Don't keep on missing it. Order a box trday and commence enjoying yourself. MIKi f i Lancaster tling CO. BotPhone 202. 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. Winslow Jewelry & "At , Optical Co. We Write Anv Kind of Rpnkftr.Rallarri&Oo , PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. ,V W- - the Sign of the Clock" KENTUCKY. DANVILLE. I ? INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. III J. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Phone 27. ,( &&. .,? ts -' ' Jyfc- r .T- - - ' Vd- - Kjt.- - - M V- The Central Record, Thursday Nov 19 1914. BEREA. The readers of this jiaper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one Mr. John Welch went to Washington dreaded disease that science has been this week on business. able to cure In all its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only Otto Stanley from Ohio is visiting positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh friends in school this week. Fourth Quarter, disease, requires abeing a constitutional Lesson VIM. constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inMr. Douser an Educational expert ternally, acting directly upon the blood Fo- - Nrv. 22; 1314. will spend 'his week in Uerea, and mucous surfaces of th system, thereby eestroylncr the foundation of th dis ease, and Riving the W. M. Toj lor, from Chicago is visit strength by building up the and assisting ing student friends this week. THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. nature in doing constitutionThe proprietors Its work. have so much faith In Its curative powThe new Post Office, which is being ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send built by Mr. Charles Iiindrtte is well for list of testimonials. Text of the Lesson. Matt, xxvii. on Us wa of conjunction. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. Memory Versar. 22, 23 Golden Text. Sold by all Druggists. 75c. M. it. M. Marcuni and family from Matt, xxvii, 22 Commentary Prepared Take Hall's Family rills for constipation. Uichmoi.d. aie visiting friends and by Rev. D. M. Stearns. relatives in Uerea, this week. itli I lie uonK Thl. clmptor Waltei Adams had an Auction sale li.it J lie inoriiing u:is iiic. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. household furnishings last Sat- "Wliun of his t l:tt it luiil liwii-tl- iinn eventful urday. He is going to move to Illinois passovur. wiRi all its iiuideiits: the AltKlt'E. soon. No 10; 0:('O a. in. great dicouite ami pmjer; the agony President Wm G. Frost went to of Gethseumne: the betrayal and the To Maysville, connecting at Uichmoi.. Washington, D. C. this week on busi- arrest; the mockery of a trial before with L & N to Frankfort & l.ii:Uville; ness regarding the moving of the Post the chief priexts and the council, with at Winchester with C & O to Lexingthe buffeting and spitting; the denial ton & Frank fo't. Mount Sterling &-Office from its present site. Page 7 SCHOOL. $100 SUNDAY Reward, $100 X J LJi MUB ' J-ir- 68 A WUi nmk. iCft aB V3 jai IJH R , OJ0 rk ' uv vi. m. vk ua n h. m iwi lillAIN -- I K., L. '& N. o:ni Kiglit Room Crick I: Store Room, for Fait nit ii . Well. Hydrant. Hati: Xecessary Out Bui!lirK. For furtner mfo.in.itii t .' f r : .til If the label on your paper is 1914 you owe us a Dollar. Please come in and pay us as we have to pay the other fellow. i 5j? Henry Duncan's Barber Shop. irfv iii-h- ffl ,0r. Wm. ; D. Veterinary at Lancaster. Ollice Raim--y There was an interesting Foot Ball game Monday afternoon between the college Faculty and the Vocational Students. The score stood G to 0 in favor of the Faculty, us? i.n:. Livingstor. Mr. II. G. Woods lett Monday for tall P. S. We do all kinds of Job Printing and will be pleased to fix you up some Stationery. m oaa i M The (Bentral Record Miss Jeaneite Eldridge was a weekend visitor in Lancaster. Miss Jessie Parks was hostess to a few friends Saturday evening. M. Harry Francis left Sunday for his annual hunting trip near London. Mrs. Kobert Uuyn has as her guests, Misses Sandusky and Kenick of Jessamine. Quite an enjoyable musical program rendered by a number of young ladies and gentlemen led by Prof. Waterbury. The pie Mippei given by the ladies of the W. C. T. U. Friday evening was a ' most enjoyable affair and netted the ladies the nice sum of ten dollars. Misses Emma Estridge and Cliastine Rucker and Mrs. It. J. Walker attend-- 1 ed the tea given by Miss Delia Tinder in Lancaster Saturday afternooi'. Mr. Jacob White will lecture at the Paint Lick School on Wednesday night just before Thanksgiving. His subject will be. The European Conflict, and Its Relat;on to Prophecy. Does the bible throw any light uiwi this dreadful war that is horrifying the world? Is there a biblical interpretation of the titanic struggle now involving the greater part of Europe? A nominal admission fee of live cents will be charged to all Half the proceeds go to the school; the other half to the Belgian Mintster at Washington, for the Relief Fund. Come and hear Mr. White. J 0mSm of Peter with UU oath and cin-- o Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. Now they bind Him again and lead Xo 71; bid a. m. away to Pontius I'ilate. the Him To Rowland & Stanford connecting itoman governor, that He may he put to death. If the .lews had the power at Rowland. I. & X to all points South to kill Him He would have le.-- stoned 11:114 a. m. n as Stephen afterward was. but the To Richmond, connecting with L A piert ed in Ps. xii. my hands and my feel" -- indicated N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington Knoxville. crucifixion, and e.ery Serif! lire must & Cincinnati, Middlesboro Xo7U; 11:50 a. in. be fulfilled. The record in .lolin xviil. JS. to xix. To Richmond, connecting with fr.st 1 1, seems to come in before our lesson train to Cincinnati. inverses, telling of Pilate's private No 27; 2:0"J p. in. terview with .le.-u-s and Imv. lie came To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon again and again and said. "I tind out Sz Bowling no fault in Iliin." How when he ask- Junction to Elizuhcthtov. n Green, and at Uaru'stown Junction to ed what prisoner he should release Spiingfield. unto them, as was his custom at this Rardstown . feast, they asked for P.arabbas-- wlio Xo 9; 8:42 p. m. was a robber and murderer. How PiTo Stanford, connecting with fast late had Jesus scourged, and the sol- train to Bristol & Atlanta. timing and put diers made a crown of It ou Him ana mocked Him and smote lonnty Court Days. Him. How Pilate lirought Ilim forth Richmond. 1st. Mm. .:. wearing the crown of thorn and the Pari". 1st. Monday. purple robe and said. T.ehold the Man:" And they all oiled ut. "CruciFrankfort. 1st. Monday. fy Him. crucify Him!" and said, "lty Harrodsburp, Monday. our law He ought t die lu cause He Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Son of (5od.made Himself the Stanford. :::d.Mor.da.. When Jesus made no reply to Pilate's Shclbyville. 2nd. Monday. question. "Whence art Th mV" and askCarlisle, 2nd. Monday. ed ir He did not know that he had Danville, ord. Mom'.?; . power to crucify or release Ilim. Jesus Lawrenceburjr, :!rd. Monday. said that Pilate could hae no power against Him except it were given him Xicholasville. ;iru. Monday. from above. As Pilate persisted in his Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. efforts to release Him the .lews said, Somerset, 3rd. Monday. "If thou let this man go thou art net Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. brought Caesar's friend." Then Pilate LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Jesus forth and sat down in the judgWinchester, 4th. Monday. ment seat, and Jesus stood before him, Monticello. 4th. Monday. the Creator before one of His creaVersailles'. 4th. Monday. tures. It is even so ns you read this your Creator in the person of the Iord Jesus is before you to be worshiped, reverenced, adored If you have already received Him as your own personal The undersigned hereby p e warnSaviour: if not, then the one great and ing to all persons not to trespass ujor only question for you to answer Is our lands for any purpose whatever ns the one in erse '22 of our lesson, to ful 1 do with Jesus who is we will prosecute all offenders "What shall called Christ:" It is never in auy est extent of the law Hunters and case a question of our standing before Fishermen especially take notice. meu, character or good works or even G. W. Elan.. P.. L. Elkin. church membership, which may mean Ed & N B 1'nce J. W Sweeney something or nothing, but only this. John M. Farra V. G. Anderson Am I in Christ, redeemed by His pre- J. H. & W. S. Weaver. C. L. Kelley. cious blood who bare my sins in His S. C. Henderson. II. M. Lear. own body on the cross? W. S. Embry Pilate sitting on the judgment eat A. J. CaJdell. II. C. Arnold and Jesus standing before him. the Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. chief priests and elders accuse Him of Sarah J. L. llackley. las. G. Conn many things, such as perverting the S. L. Rich. W. 15. Ray. nation, forbiddirrg to give tribute to J. C. Morgan. Henrv Moore. Caesar, proclaiming Himself a King. S. K. Owsley. To all these accusations Jesus answerWe will add other names for 2ocent.' ed never a word, and Pilate marveled cash. greatly (verses 11M4: Luke xxiii. '2. S). It Is trying to be lied about and falseOfficial Directory Of Garrard County. ly accused either behind one's back or before your face, but to do as Jesus Circuit JutlRe I'on. CHimi' A. IlHrriiti. did and answer nothing when there Is CommomwHlttw Attorno Hon. Cianw I Pnr- nothing lo be answered is the better yer. n and Dentist. - Pryor, Surgeon I s Livery :ab'e. -- Kentucky Xo; Ii. U .Morrow, tiiutlu.itt- - (,, . ujj t and THE NEW Opposite Post Oll'i c Barber Shop Bath In Connection. lt. J, E. SealeJPrep Fine Cut Flewers, John iYL McRoberts. G Physician arid Surgeon LAXCASTKR. KY. Oilice Phone 6. Office Hoijrs v IS tp.in. POSTE Hesidence Phore (lEr, w - 220. .in :4. lx:,.2t.-- .. ide - rert B- Phone IT. "Wijipk--r t. DENTIST". Lanengtt-r- . Ky. HI. J. PATRICK, Kex'-tuek- Paint Iiick. Oilice Phone t:,;-- b KedeiKv Pk-- . c Dr. W, E. McWifiiams. Lncstek. K. Special attention given to dit i- s of Children. I'rrinp erv..v raj i: r "way. Circuit t'lerb Master Wllllmn H Mitun. Klu-'ti- Nothing can be said or done to any Trustee Jury Fiimi Bviij. F. IIiiluii-- o member of His body without His MI-- s ib or without His feeling it. and Official Cum ?tfiio;iraiilirr ' . -all suffering- ivltli Him and for His Tumit Judge C. A. Arnold. sake is a very great privilege. Con- Couuty Vttoriify (J. I'. Waller. sider continually that He who bore 'oui:tv Clerk J. W. Hamilton. all this so meekly was not only in Deputy clerk Harry liimlinoon. leality King of the Jews, but also King Coroner J. A. June, of nations, ruler of the kings of the bherilf f A. Kobliinu. Ofl'oe Over National 1!ui:k. Depot) earth. King of kings and Lord of Superiiitenilaiit ittorKe T. Kalian!. Mi oi Jrrnm Hir Hesidence t'hoiie 3. Oilice Phir.t 7 kings shall fall down belords, and all irfrs. fore Hita. all nations serve Ilim (Dent. Assessor I)ae Sanders. LANCASTER. KY. x. 17; Ps. Ixsii. 11: Rev. i. 5; xv. 3; Deputy Asesur K. K. Hay xv;;, w; iix. nt). Oh. the stupendous Jailer Dae Hos!" wonder or it all that He should con- Supervisor if Koailt Cleleillfl Uiwjriif. descend to submit to all this for our lrensiirer J. W. Klmure. ma(ii.c-ti:at- i sakes; then to think how little we are willing to bear for Him! J. X. Unite 1st. DIM. M. Denny W. A. Wlieeler How I'ilate sent Him to Herod to be Lo?au Ison iid. Dist. further mocked and set at nought and Job::.. llilm .ird.Dist. The Central Record Doctors Of Denial Surgery. how there also He answered nothing is James CuMIrun tth. Dlsi. recorded in Luke xxiii. COl'STY KtAi:li OF KIHV.lTlll!'' When The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Office. Hurt A Glider Ho had been returned to Pilate he iTUuinps ArnuM. Jr. . Ii-- t. iiti - K i iiin.Te -- tore Semi-Month- ly brought Him forth and :iM to the ' K. I) McMnrirj. imi. Di-- t. The Farm and Fireside, KENTUCKY. . LANCASTER. Jews. "Behold your King." But they O. J. lleiitiren. Srii. Thorns.-- , I. Klntr. ttli. Hist. cried out: "Away with Him. crucify 's Magazine, Monthly CITY OK I.AXCAsTKK. Him. We have no king bat Caesar" John six. 14. l.") Pilate's wife sent Mayor U. Da iilson. Boy's Magazine, Monthly lo him, saying. "Have thou nothing to City Jcince J. V. I'ratlier. do with that just man. for I have suf- City Attorney J. E. Koljiuson. Household Journal and Floral Life, Monthly many things this day in a dream CityCljt F.li. Hurt. LeatHnj Mar iifafturiij.; :n1rW1 nnpn fered " M. Mount. because of Him." But the chief priests City c a. tzn ! aS Total City Treasurer W. F. Champ. aj For daily use in millions of kitchens has and elders prevailed, and when Pilate Chief Toilce I . K. Ilerron. proved that Calumet 13 highest not only in ( washed his hands, saying. "I am innoCOUXCILMEX quality but in leavening poiverns well un- cent of the blood of this just person," 133-13- 5 West Main St. I failing J. II. Dalton and they all answered. "His blood be on us Parker Crcgury. in results pure to tliecxtremc Sam Cotton. i wonderfully economical in use Ask your und on our children" (verses 19. 20, W. M. Zanone. Kentucky. Dr. J. A. Anion. Anil UJT nlnmnV UUUi Iviljn UMjt W.o. Coodloe Lexington, J1UU 4n VUlUlUWb nV IMftW ii!ff. , t4. 25). jlVl,li New York, Brusse'p. BelRum. So Barabbas the murderer was re Received Highest Awards leased and Jesus Christ the Holy One j of God, God manifest in the flesh, de-- 1 Never before has such a remarkable group of leading publications been offered in combination with I VoU'i Para livered to their will to be crucified rM UVOI1UOB CUun. ID. (verse 2(5; Luke xxiii, 24. 23). TheCentral Record. Each one is a leader in its chosen field and goes into the homes of millions of satisParis Expoti This is the hatred of God which is tin, Faaci, fied readers. Mutt.' In the heart of man. for the carnal JI1Z. mind is enmity against God. and only Why not make home life really attractive by providing good literature that .can be enthe Spirit of God can convince of sin, joyed by all the family? We have especially prepared this combination to meet these the great sin of rejecting Christ, and Is THE proper thing open the heart to receive Him. requirements, and all at a price within reach of everyone desiring the very best. for a lady or gentleBecause they chose Barabbas and This offer isfapen to all, both old and new subscribers. If you are at present a subscriber to any of the man to present nowaCaesar Instead of Christ their sufferings continue to this day. days, when making above send us your order, and your subscription will be extended from the date it expires. calls. Please remember our agreement with is limited, and we reserve the Come and see what right to withdraw this offer without further notice. Therefore, OUR MOTTO IS, take a beautiful line of All Standard Publications of the Highest Merit, Which Will be Appreciated by Every Member of Your Family. Coininiiitne r W. II. llrrivTt. ft ier-missi- &illifirm V'-HJV- hi X K Beaziey puner.l Director This Big Ofer Consists Of L M Bi:iM:-iRoT- I)l-,- t. To-Day- 1 Victor logesfi Go. n.dy Jeweigrs&fmporters -:- Our Special Bargain Price For All Six, Each One Year, $1 75 HS5s r ifffWr Engraved Visiting Card A Neatly TREES Fruitand Shade Trees Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. Shrubs. Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines these-publishe- advantage now while the opportunity is afforded you. We can conscientiously recommend this offer to all our readers and feel satisfied you will be more than delighted with the investment. It is impossible to send sample copies, but we advise, however, that they may be seen on display at our office. Call or mail all orders to CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. ::.3 Kind You Have Always Bought samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. . lYWtT,,T " I I fa in Ivchqir tufa I iwnl milli I in "ml uinnWiImm I it u fir BcriT ta togr rrilk aii da. Hears the L.'.ja.3ture of H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky Nurserymen since 1841. OSt&ffi&C&Ai Pdgtj 8 The Central Record, Thursday Nov 19, 1914. farmer's column! Wanted. Iecia Oxx OF jrijeBLgg OOO00OO00tf0o dliacu uae (tie sale farm as tise. No elowr Una wxxhj06 heading Is (ot t'.ie exclu-iv- e of our farmer subscribers, ami la for of stock, gram and such things on the farmer cannot aflo'd to advernotice will be accepted over (oar lines, and will tie only Ju two issues of the ecord. (ree of charge ilored Suits 6loaks, and Wool and Silk Dresses f t Prices Greatly Below Value. gZHwrasBfaafSvssaasirax i pound L. K. Perkins sold 21 head of 1400 cattle to Beans and Hutchins of Danville at $7 90. FOR SALE::A few Plymouth Rock Roosters. Mrs. Edd Grow. Phone 50-- SMALL FARM OR LOTS FOR SALE. I have sixteen acres of land, fronting on pike, within six miles of 3 county seats, close to school and churches, which I will sell as a whole or in lots of two acres or more. Also 31 acres, fronting on pike, has spring of everlasting water. Possession at once. Will sell on easy terms. G. B. Swinebroad, ' Lancaster, Ky. Jrard TJimes A Hard Times Social Drome figSqgasgSIgftgggr I llrMlAT lifiu Information as to whereabouts of A recent fatal accident in Ohio calls Amelia Murphy (colored) if living, or attention to a danger to farmers which if dead as to her relatives, cannot be too widely circulated. Since G. B. Swinebroad, Atty. 1875, when the first American silo was Lancaster, Ky. built by Dr. Manley Miles, this method FOR RENT FOR THE YEAR of preserving forage for livestock has been generally adopted. Although the Department of Agriculture h?s freIMS. quently called attention to the dangnr A 10 room house with good cisterns of carbon dioxid gas accumulating in all necessary out buildings, and 15 acre, silos under certain conditions, no fatalof land, including a large garden, stable ities have been reported heretofore. On lot, good orchard and pasture. This the morning of September 19, four place is 1 mile from Paint Lick, Ky., workmen on the farm of the Athens on the Richmond and Lancaster turn- (Ohio) State Hospital, ascended the pike. There is another pike at the side ladder on the outside of a siln tr an of residence and there is a rural route open door about twelve feet from the on each pike. There are two railroad top and jumped down one after another stations, with Express offices, one J of onto the silage, the top of which was a mile, and the other one mile distant. about six feet below the door. About We are in easy walking distance of five minutes after, two other woekman Paint Lick's flourishing High School. following them found them unconscfmia It is an ideal place for a travelling man Although a large force of workmen with children to educate, who desires were immediately summoned and the to place his family in a good neighbor- bodies of the four men removed at once hood, and healthful location. It is in through a lower door, the physicians of very easy walking distance of two the hospital who were at once on the churches. 1 mile to another, and about ground were unable to resuscitate any 2 and 1J miles, to two others. These of the four men. Evidently the carbon are of the Ieadirg denominations. For dioxid gas had accumulated during the further particulars address, Dr. Nelson night, filling the silo up to the level of Mays, R. R. No. 2. Paint Lick the door and forming a layer of carbon Kentucky. dioxid gas six feet deep. Such accidents says The Journal of the American Medical Association, might easily be repeat ed on any modern farm. Agriculture journals should call the attention of the the farmers to thi3 danger and should .. urge mat suos De carelully ventilat ed Will Be Held At The being entered. ; before SDDDEN DEATHS IN A SILO. Social J ... ... i 1th traint jCick School Jriday 9ight, Tfovember GREAT CROPS AND HIGH PRICES. It is with great satisfaction that we note that the crops of the United States for the year 1914 are estimated to have the greatest money value that has ever ben recorded for any year 20, 1914. Our Christmas opening occurs the day after Thanksgiving and we want to compress as much garment sell ing as possible into eight days sales. To this end we offer in the various lots several hundred very choice garments, and each and every one at a bargain price. er the very finest suits we carry. (P90 7E In this lot we Chiffon Broadcloths, Ripple Cheviots, Pomoirs, JUlliJ $LO.ld Finest etc. These have been $38.50, $42.50 and $45.00. About twenty suits go at this price. TAIT fll?Pn ITTT Q1Q 1R Asthisis an extremely popular price we will offer fifty liilLUIVLl uUll v $10. It) of the very latest models in both long and short coats styles and in all colors and most popular materials. All sizes from 14 to 74 bust. TAII flPPH ?IIIT Q11 QR Prices of these1 suits were $15., $17.50 and $20., but 1 mill JL1 uUllu J)ll.t7t) we wanted a ot at a very low price, and rather than sell the kind sold by the cheap stores we selected about forty suits-a- ll new and all good in every way and offer at $11.95 choice. DIRECTIONS: TAITflDFft lillLUIVLU CTTTTC We will also offer about fifty Suits carried from last season at $7.50 each. These are excellent plain tailored styles and prices were $25.00 to $35.00 now choice for $7.50. Bi2 line of Ladies' and Misses' one piece dresses made WOni TiftFF QA QR UUL IIVLuOLl) J)4.tD blue, of pure wool serges in newest VY models-brow- ns, black and green. Former price $6.75 and $7.50. Another big line of the very latest shape dresses for WOOL DRESSES $5.65 ladies and miss, made of fine all wool French Serges, in all colors, were $9.50. Bring three nickels: one for the coffee that will hi served; one for what during our entire history. We call the question to all our readers you'll get to eat; and the other for the Program. THE FUN IS FREE. of this, for it is the creator of activity PROGRAM: in trade, of prosperity in business in its various branches. String Band Music. Vocal Selections. The most important of our crop3 in PLAYLET-W- HY MR. BOWSER DID NOT RESPOND. the aggregate are estimated at a total vaiue of more than $100,000,000 over CHARACTERS: the values of the same crops in 1913. Mr. Bowser Mr. G. L. Waterbury. These estimates do not include reMrs. Bowser Miss Eliza Rucker. ceipts of the agriculturists from sales of cattle, horses, sheep, hogs, poultry, SPECIAL NOTICE: dairy propucts or other sources of rev-enwhich are known to be yielding Everybody attending this social is invited, coaxed, and doubly-urge- d to come in Hard Times costume. Don't wear any duds that would even faintlv far greater returns this year than in former periods. I suggest that you had money in the Bank. The United States has hundreds of millions of dollars' worth more of fartn WARNING: productions to dispose of this year than An eagle-eye- d Committee of Inspectors will scrutinize your outfit, and if it had last year or any other past year. vou are found wearing Glad Rags a fine will be imposed, proportioned to the The United States has a greater deenormity of the crime. Fancy rings, good hats, nicely pressed gar- mand for these products than it ever ments, expensive and extra good looking toggery will not be popular that night. had. It has a larger home demand: it has Be a Sport. Come dressed as a victim of Hard Times, and if there is any a larger foreign demand, prize you never can tell you may land it. The United States also has the largest supply of currency in circulation FINALLY. it ever has had, and under the new FIFTEEN CENTS. PROCEEDS FOR THE SCHOOL. banking system it will be able to add largely to that supply. Given great crops, high prices, hugh O demands and ample supply of currency-assureu to our people, it is a combination that cannot fail to bring the very best of times to the people of the republic. It is the hour for preparation by our business men for extending and exo o panding volumes of business, for the pushing of soundly based enterprises, for an era of very active and profitable business throughout the Union. I hat-pins, ne a000000400000OC0004O040400040O4a d I I The Bowl at Yale Will Seat 60,000 I I BUENA VISTA- Robert Ogg and 'Pete' Williams spent Sunday in Lexington. Prof. I. D. Hacker was in Lancaster Saturday on business. Miss Sallie Asher of Harrodsburg is visiting the Misses Jennings. Mr. Fountain Myers of Dair.ille visited relatives here part of last week. Miss Mary Lane ot Danville was a guest of her grand-mothhere last week. Miss Flora Ruble of Wilmon. A the guest of her brother W. E. Ruble at.d family. R. D. McMurtry and BlakemanBros. have returned from a delightful trip in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky. Mr. Anderson and Miss Emily of Lexington spent the week's end with the latter's sister Mrs. H. S. Christopher. Mc-Co- We will offer a lot of expensive Wool Dresses from Last Season at choice for $4.75. These Dresses sold at $12. to $20.00. At this very reasonable price we will offer about twenty-fiv- e of the very newest and best selling dresses made of Crepe Meteor, Crepe de Chene, Velvet, etc. These have sold well at $23.50. At tllis Price we wil1 offer choice of aooiit fifty T AiWQ fHAT QQ 7 cellent coats in many styles, colors and materials. A vvirllsJ number of Wooltex Coats are in the lot. The first prices of these coats were $12.50, $15 $18., $20 , $22.50 and $25. choice for $9.75. The best bargains you will see this winter f)UCFC uilill luLJuLu i)I0. v QTT T Qlfi 7C 1 ex-LrUi- ljL Oa.J $10. FUST ip QUALITY DOUBLE SILK CANTONke - -- RAINCOATS $7.50 We will ofier one hundred of the celebrated Dix-MaHouse dresses, that sold at $2.00 and $2.25, choice for $1.00. J)S Ladies' separate Dress Skirts, made of pure Wool Serge, in latest long tunic style, $1.98. SI BOOKKEEPING Business. Phonography TYPEWRITING and We will offer at $2.98 for choice nearly one SILK SHU dred new Shirt Waists in White Lace, White and Ou.uO Colored Crepe de Chenes, and plain and fancy Chiffons. All excellent and very desirable styles and have been selling at very much higher prices. All sizes in lot but not all sizes of any one style. W A TCTC (DO 00 TELEGRAPHY WILBUR R.SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE Iacorporatsd hun-WrlliJl- O tnd SaceessartoCcsuKrailCo&go cilT.rsiTersfcj Its President has years of experience Iif mercantile and banking business, also 35 Tears edncutms 10.OX) youn men and women for txzeem. MJEntrr cow. AddressWILUVK H.J3UT2I,IcxliiffUn,Jtiy THIS Photos by American Press Association. Is a picture of the Bowl, Yale's new stadium, which will seat spectators and will be opened Nov. 21, when Harvard and Yale In the big game of the year. The picture was made a few days ago as workmen were putting the finishing touches on the huge stadium. Inset In the picture Is a Hkenessof Frank A. Hlnkey, coach of the Yale football team. sp" mmtTi n".. BasjsllllBD-- t&' , A. B. Robertson & Bro. DANVILLE, BSSSSSSSMsHsftb rBlllllllllllV 3 'JeSte!.Sa?,"',,x IH9aV rt . RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHy-l- J Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate andXife State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, pew model school, neT manual training building, prkctice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped Domestic Science. First Term bVgins gymnasium. September 7, Second Trm November 16, Third Jerm January 25, Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens June 14, Catalogue Free, u. CRABBK, PmMnl. I KENTUCKY. Registered Hereford Bull , SEASON 1914. Two miles from Lancaster Service $2.00 Cash. Richmond pike. on the , j R. E. HENRY. t js?.a-.,- . nfcr 7 - v! .i, v