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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 26, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915082601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 26, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $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. i TWKNTY SIXTH YEAR THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGION, UNI A 11 SI 8 11 El) DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 26. 1915. Commercial Club Meeli Tonight. NUMBIff II. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. ACCEPTS PASTORSHIP Rev. A. nnr "Mnnpu MalrVr" One of our town elrla la nrenaring to The W. C. T. U. will hold Its annual !& elope on September 10th. election of officers Saturday. All memfnr thp mnn who bers are urged to be present. Hin't trn let Ilia gate awing on one hinge. J. Acre To Lead Lancaster Baptist Church. Hill Safe Silage Cutter. GOOD DEALERS SELL THEM, CAREFUL MEN BUY THEM. All Sizes from 34 Horse Power up. Automatic Safety Yoke, "Always Ready" Detachable Trucks carry a Complete Cutter on Skids. Saves time, freight and storage. jj i fitf j CONN BROTHERS. 3 sj LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Ask for Auto Tickets dlven on old and new accounts. Also with each dollar cash purchase. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral 4 OIHcc Director and 18. Embalmer. Kentucky. I'hune Residence Plione 33. Lancaster, 4 SCHOOL BOOKS. I We have all the State g A J aopuons. .J-! i WORK PROGRESSING, Those who had the opportunity to Shop Window" the great-e- st here Rev. A. J, Clere at the Baptist The Raymond Construction Co., of' production of the ilav at llomans church here several months ago will be I Paris, who have charge of the repairing Opera House Tonight (20th.) glad to learn tnat he has accepted the of the Court House, are making mater-- 1 "Fellow citizens," said the colored ,lal progress with their work. The call from the local church and will the pastorate the first Sunday In orator, "Whnt nm education." Edu- - painting of the brick walls hna about cation am the palladium of our liberties the brick walls has about been com- - September. We are glad to welcome I this elegant gentlemen and his family and the grand pandemonium of civila- - tne Work on the to Lancaster and hope ouisiae wookwork. that his success tion. new cupola will begin this week. in his profession here will be an great Owing to the absenci of Rev. F, M as it has been in the past. Tinder, who Is holdirg a successful DANDY PICTURES. The following is clipped from the meeting at Mnvsville at this time, his Some of the best pictures ever seen Wellston (Ohio) Sentinal; pulpit will be filled at the Christian "Rev. A. J. Clere officially announchurch next Sunday morning, by Itev, in Lancaster are now being shown at Roman's Opera House and that they ced to his congregation his resignation Louis A. Warren of Lexington. are proving popular Is ev'dcnced by the as pastor of the Baptist church Sunday The Senior Christian Endeavors are crowds that are attending this house morning, although h's Intimate fronds preparing an excellent home talent piay every night. The Fox features of the fact for a week or that were-awar- e for the night of September 10th at the have been running there for the past more. Rev. Clere who has been paati.r school Auditorium. These young peo month or more are still In vogue and of the Baptist Church here for the past pie pledged the support of an Orphan Mr. Romans Is advertising some in this fifteen months will accept the pastorgirl in school, and this is her third and Issue of the Record. You should see ate of the First Baptist church at Lanlast year. "Life's Shop Window" Thursday night caster, Ky, which city is located in the and :St Elmo" on Saturday night. "Blue Grass WATERMELONS GALORE. they are both Fox features and dandies. miles east of Region" about thirty Lexington Kentucky, Twenty-fiv- e wagon loads of water state is noted for its strong Baptist melons and cantaloupes Were on our WORK DELAYED ON ROADS. organizations and this church is considered one of the best and the 'memstreets last Monday and seem to have The Stanford road from the T.lnrnln bership is greater than in this city already sales at fabulous prices. County line has been finished under though the town is much smaller. One cent a pound is usually consider fp. While Rev. Clere was enjoying his ed a good price for the melons, but state aid supervision as far as the Jim last Monday they seemed to average Wilmot gate and the ditching has been vacation in Kentucky he was asked to finished the whole way to Lancaster. supply the pulpit at Lancaster which about five cents a pound. ueiay in receiving rock and bad weath- he did for two Sunday's and the people er have delayed the construction In n were so well pleased with his eeimons SALE. considerable extent. When the road they later offered him the pastorship. Attention is called to the public sale ia finished there will be no better In the The Reverend Clere came to this city of the John W. Scott farm, located one State. Hughes Ilrothers who have the from Franklin, Ohio, succeeding Rev. half mile from llucna Vista, tomorrow, contract for macadamizing the Lexing- V. A. Persons who is now located in Friday. This farm contains 2s8 acres ton road from the city limits to the Toledo. He has been In Ohio nine and besides this the live stock, farming Fork Church are crushimr rock for that years having served in Franklin a num implements, and furniture will fall road from the A. B. Brown quarry. ber of years and in Prospect for four under the hammer of Col. I. M. Dunn. years. The land is one of the best producing The tali Reverend is a native of MAY CALL CONGRESS. tobacco and hemp ground in the state. Kentucky having been born and reared While the President and his mlvl.nr. in Ashland and naturally desires to get are waiting for full official reports con- back to his home stats. He has the THE CLUTCHING HAND. cerning the sinking of the British national brogue of a real "Kaintuck" A great many of our friends failed to steamship Arabic and the drowning of which often aided him in driving facts drop in to see us on court day, and pa five Americans. It is known that the home to'his congregation. During his per and Ink cost money. We are send Administration has already decided tin pastorate here he has made many loyal ing out notices to a great many of our on the course It will pursue if the de- friends not only by his ministering to subscribers and are being forced to tails show that It was a "deliberately their spiritual needs but also by his drop some of them from our list. If unfriendly." It was decided at the personality. He is a brilliant orator your paper fails to come, don't ask the and has a peculiar knack of using forIt was learned that in the mU-on- t nf cible English language reason why. but let us have thai dollar. that his listen-er- a an unfavorable reolv that the President quickly caught and absorbed. will dismiss the German Ambassador In order to give the officials of the WHAT WOMEN WILL DO. Von Bernstolf, and then call im extra church more time to select a minister session of Congress to consider the to succeed him. Rev. Clere will occupy Supsose you tried to think what fas hion never could do. Wouldn't you problem of national defense. In such the pulpit two more Sundays, his have fixed on fur In summer as the a case it is reported that the Pres- resignation to take effect about the final Impossibility? And yet they did ident will ask for a vote of five hun- - last of this month. The congregation wear furs this summer with the ther dred million dollars, to be used for the and other friends of Rev. and Mrs. mometer at 84, the humidity at 91, reorganization of the Army and Navy, Clere and family will no doubt greatly the breeze absent, and in that month and loast defenses. miss them but wish the Reverend sucin which the Untile fell and the Dec cess in his new appointment." laration of Indepenence was signed! KENTUCKY RED BERKSHIRE Of course you left your coat at home v7 during those dog days? WINE Create Mich Interest Al Stanford Fair. UNFERMENTED "Life's i 1 Let Us Have Your Order for a i 1F0RD ! a AUTOMOBILE We are expecting a Car Load any day. HASELDEN BROS. Automobile Tickets Given With Cash Purchase. Every r BUSY rri II IE 31 VISIT LYON'S GASH STORE $ at ft TABLETS. SATCHELS. PENCILS. LUNCH BOXES McRoberts Drug Store. f v Auto Tickets on Every Cash Sale. v jKr-r.!.!. r ivtv -- To INSURE In a Leading CAPITAL. THOMAS Sr Such American Company Springfield Fire and Marine. as the 3,800,000,00 ELKIIV. Acrentfl. fiati Contractors and Dealers We carry every thing in the builder's line suchjas Rough and Dressed Lumber. Doors, it Windows. Column Moulding, Lathes, Plaster, Cement, Crushed Stone, Sand, Lime, Brick and Building Paper, Shingles, Metal and Rubber Roofing, Nails, Hinges, Latches, Paints, Varnishes etc. . Houses for rent and sale. . One of the most interesting exhibits OR GRAPE JUICE. week was the W showing made by the Kentucky Red At this season of the year when Beginning at the I'resbyterian church on September 12th and continuing for Berkshire hogs most of them owned in grapes are so plentiful, a recipe for two week, bible services will be con this county, where practically all ot unfermented wine is very timely and ducted under the leadership of Dr. A. the first prizes were awarded. This Is one that "Aunt Becky" West always It is as follows; H. Hibihman, of Lanark, I'enn., who considered the coming hog by a great used and recomended. "Pick grapes, wash and put on stove, comes highly recommended and a great many pecpte, many saying that they meeting Is anticipated. It has been far outclass the Duroc so long popular boil until seed come out and then put Messrs in sack and strain. To every quart of several months since a protracted in this lection of the state. 1 meeting was held in Lancaster and It Woods Walker and son. the owners of juice add on teacup of sugar. Boil and is hoped that much good will be ac Garrard Chief No. 1, were happy over skim, put in jars or bottles and cork their winnings, having won first aged while hot." complished through this good work. sow, with "Lady of the Lake", first gilt under six months, with "Little SELLS FIRST LOAD. Princess," first in sweepstake, with The first load of alfalfa sold in the "Lady of the Lake" second aged boar, -- OFcity was that sold last week bv Homer "Garrard Chief" second in sweepstake, Tinsley. It represented a part of his "Little Princess", second in herd ring first cutting and sold at twenty dollars and first with "The Kentuckian" in a ton In the bale. Mr. Tinsley has best boar under six months. Robert J. been quite successful with this crop and Walker of Pafht Lick, had his hogs In will make four cuttings from it this the pink of condition and captured year. Quite a number of farmers are many of the coveted prizes. His hand' becoming interested in alfalfa and some hog "Wade Hampton" was the are now liming their land preparatory favorite of his class and won first OF prize as best boar under one year old. THE REAL ESTATE HEN to sowing this month. "Wade Harspton" is by "Big Chief" dam "Florence W". Jlr. Walker also LANCASTER, KY. LOSES BARN. won with "Florence Nightingale" for Mr. Clarence Green, who lives near best sow under twelve and over six Come and let us sell you a farm in Cartersville. had the misfortune to month. The most coveted prize of all County, where five millions of lose his barn and several hundred dot- - went to Robt. J. Walker, when he cap Garrard pounds of the best tobacco is grown las worth of contents, by fire last week tured the first prize herd, with "Wade annually; where all the agricultural lt of a stroke of lightning. Hampton", "Florence Nigetingale", grow abundantly; where the He lost all his farming implements. "Kittle Estell" und "Lena J." A. K. products best live stock is bred; where the blue 240 bushels of wheat, two hundred Walker won second with aged sow grows, where good schools, moral baleaof hav and other provender. His "Lizzie". This is a fine individual and grass and hospitable people are attracting loss is about $2,000, with only $500. in considered by many the best one In the many home seekers. Lancaster the surance. On the same day Ed and Jim snow. Mr W. 0. Walker of Stanford, while the county seat, has three banks, teleSmith lost two horses by lightning. ho only won second for gilt under six phone exchange, electric light plant, months with "Little Queen" he is the creamer , splendid waer works system, iff? BLUE RIBBON WINNER proud owner of "Walker's Queen" the two flouring mills, grain and hemp Mrs. J. II. Mount has added more dam of the champion boar, owned by warehouse, tobacco warehouse, on the laurels to her culinary and art abilities G. G. Gooch, dam of the "Little Prin L & N railroad, one of the best graded by winning several blue ribbons at the cess" and "The Kentuckian." Mr W, schools in the State, having an endown- Stanford fair last week. Her winnings B. Denny was on hand with a dandy ment fund of t50.000.00 in addition to a were as follows: First on calico quilt, herd and while the best he could do was $30,000.00 new school building. We can first on quart of peach preserves, first second for the best boar under six sell homes or choice lots near the school. Our price is the owner's price. We first on month. This was won by "Copper on quart canned peaches, canned pears and second on black cake. King" whom many thought should have refer to any bank or to any official for Mrs. A. F. Sandars won first on cro-ch- won first in his class. Watch out for proof that we will deal fairly with you; counterpane, an honor of which him next year. Mr Denny also won as we have done for ten years and have second with "Lena J", fur best gilt ti no dissatisfied customers. he is very proud. der twelve and under six months. Hr. ' Improved and unimproved farms of Denny bred and raised a great many bt all sizes and various locations and at OLD HENRY WRECKED. the winners at this show and is now various prices, but any farm priced at Although It Is no uncommon occurthe happy owner of "Fancy Lady" its market value. rence (or "Old Henry" to turn up at the dam of "Lady Of The Lake" and and Secure Automobile Tickets With Each Cash Purchase. PROTRACTED MEETING. at the Stanford fair last G. I M LANCASTER. II LYONS. KENTUCKY. H II ' I II 1L v The Place For HUGHES & SWINEBROAD I I Bargains. BUGGIES, WAGONS, Stoves, Ranges, Paints, Oils, all kinds of Roofing, I & A.H.Bastin&Son the Lancaster Depot ten or twelvt hours late, due to wreck, never-th- e less tt Is an uncommon thing for It to wreck as It did last .Monday. To make a long story short it limply turned over spilling several cars of coal destined for Lancaster and Richmond. No one was hurt and a wrecking crew put the train in commission for the next daya run Harness, Collars, Rope, Collar Pads, Hitch Ropes, Plows, Hay Frames, Scoop Boards and various other things at Bargains. Lena J." There is quite a good deal of friendly rivalry between the breeders of this popular swine and the owners are all justly proud of the showing made at fair and of the growing popularity of the best breed of hogs that Garrard county has ever produced. Mr. J. G. Burnsid sold some nice boars last week to southern parties at fancy prices. NOTICE TO PROGRESSIVES. Notice la hereby given for all Pro gressive of Garrard County to meet In Lancaster Saturday afternoon, Aug. 23, to elect delegates to the State Convention, to be held la Louisville on G. M. Patterson, August 31st Chairman Gar. Co, Progressiva Com W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Kentucky. Page 2 SEVEN COUNTRIES TO RESTORE DETERMINED PEACE IN The Central Record, Thursday Aug 26 1915. tlio position of attempting to dictate a form of government for Mexico. 1 County Court Daji. Optimistio Feeling Prevails. Tlio feeling of optimism Is shared tn by all tlio south Americans who at' tended the conference, lteprescnta lives of Argentina, Ilrazll, Chile, Ilo- llvla, Uruguay, Pent And Guatemala AIR GRAFT GUNNING Tho Comrado In White Before the min at Neuve Chapella A KSllant soldier flshtlna: ftllj Ijit In the swirling tide. Woko from 'ilack dreams at dawn's tray light To nnd a comrade clothed In white Was kneeling nt hla aide. MODERN TORPEDO Klchmund, 1st. Monday. SPORT OFTHE WAR tie TERRIBLEWEAPON MEXICO Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodiburc, l.t. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Momls). Stanford, 2nd. Mor.tlay. ' Shelhyville, 2nd. Momlsy. present These ambassadors wcro armed with tho suport of their Soldier That Does Work Is Weighs 2,800 Pounds and Is Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. , respective countries. Danville, 3rd. Momlsy. Hut tho only threatening fmturo to South and Central American Something About the Men and Lnwrcncrburg, 3rd. Monday Prince of Artillery. Twenty-thre- e Feet Long. With tender care each wound ha bound tho policy Is tho actions of the Mcxl Nlcholasvlllc, Hni. Monday. Diplomats Give Valuable Aid Plans to Bring a Speedy End And wrapt with clean, eott linen round. can bandits who nro operating on tho Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. And oh, his seal was such Texas liorder. Several Americans havo to the Administration. 10 ncign oi Anarcny. That nil the horror, all the pain Somerset, 3rd. Monday, recently been killed, and requests have "ARCHIBALD" The soldier would have faced again A TERROR. IS COST IS $3,000 TO $9,000. (leorgetnwn, 3rd. Monday, To feel that gentle touchl been mado for additional troops there. LANCASTKIt. Ith. Monday Major Oencral Hugh L. Scott wns sent From tire and shell the storm rwept Held waiting In Mexico pledging tbo conferences to mi Indorseto Mexico by tho president to endeavor Winchester, Itli, Monday, Nest morning no defense would yield of Mexico. WATCHFUL iwllcyTlic last rite mentany nrmed Intervention In bnvc ex- to prescrvo poaco during tbo negotla Allies Give Nicknsme to Their Ouey When the new right began. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Will Tear Through Side of a Double misgivings tb.it may ttcro sal J nt Hut Anti-ai- r Craft Gun, Which Is Removed The guns would start at break of day, tlons tending the foundation of the Versailles, 4th. Monday. 8klnned Ship, and Then Eiplode. lietween tlio isted wcro quieted by tlio secretary of new government. Ho Is holding fre the conferences From Pltco ta Plica In a Prlvata What friend was this who dared to stiy Loaded Only With High Esplosive, And tend a dying man? Latin American diplomats nmt Sec- state's explanation aftemnrtl charac- quent conferences with the leaders and Car Aaroplantt Can Withstand Either Guncotton or Nitroglycerin. retary Lansing, nt which It was decld-c- a terized by one of the conferees ns "too looking after American Interests dur Much Shall Flra. What friend was this? Tor where ha What Happens as It Strikes Prey. that th United States, Willi the delightfully simple" that two of the ing the proceeding. knelt of Cen- warships was tielng rent down tn take moral support ami a Something about the South American A crack and n whlsh through the In alien! prayer, the soldier felt The up to date torped.) Is a loaded or aid ha dream nnewT tral and Son Hi American republics, the place of that which U bringing the diplomats who nro aiding Is Interesting air. No sound Is more familiar at tho hla hands and feet and aide mado automobile shaped like n ctg-.tr- , should restore icaco In tbat country, llrazlllan minister up tit the l.'ulted at this time. lilght from the start front wbero tho artlHcry Is never That on Were drops of blood and, starting, cried, to run In n certain direction In n tlxed which has been robbed and looted by States and that tbo other was merely thcro was no quibbling, no hesitating "Ilut you nre wounded tool" The undersigned hereby giv warnsilent the sound of n shell breaking some-thinthe various leaders who bare been In moved ns n matter of navy depart- over details. To those who Mlevo time and explode when It strikes power from tltno to time since the ment routine. that Latin America Is still under tbo from a gun inuzzlo and Its shrill flight 8ad were thoea mystic, wondrous e)es that offers sharp reltance. A ing to all persons not to trespass upon toward tlio .Herman lino to pay them That watched another morning rise overthrow of Diaz. The Latin American conferees op Influence-- of tho manann ("tomorrow") reliable one, proierly eiilped with ex- our lauds for nny purpose whatever as Over the scena of hate; Tbo. calling In of tlio South and Cen- poared to have very little hoe that the spirit tho conferences have been n rev- back for some shell they havo sent, Tet smilingly stooped to say, plosives and running gcur, coU from we will prosecute all offenders to ful tral American diplomats was lauded joint appeal would tic effective In elation. If It Is tbo American custom writes n corresiiondcnt from tho BritThese are old, world eld, wounds, but $3,000 to fO.WO, according to slie. A l;st extent of tl-- law. Hunters and. they to get down nt once, on anything, to ish headquarters In France. on all sides, but this was not tlio first bringing nbont a solution of the Mexilargo torpedo Is twenty-thre- e feet long, Fishermen eprci!ly take notice. Havo time tbo United States had requested can problem, and nothing loss than n "brass tacks," so Is It now apparently Only this which did not pass put -- Harrytroubled me of late." twenty-on- o It. I.. F.lkin Howling In Loa Angetta Tlmia. Inches In diameter and Kd & N II 1'nce tho South American custom as well. over tho landscape In n long parabola When our flatfootcd rejection of the peace prothem to aid In Mexico. weighs 2,SiOt) pounda and It tears n W. It. Cook. Mrs. Itebecca J. West. troops had been landed 'at Vera Cruz, posal Is expected from Carranza, who Tho plans nro going nbead on n basis on toward the Herman lines. It went hole SO by 10 feet In the bottom or n II. C.Arnold. James O. Conn, with a largo fleet In tbo harbor, and admittedly has obtained the upper of pure business. right up Into tho heavens at about the ARRAS A HEAP OF DEBRIS; ship of two skins. J. C. Morgan, J. 1'. Illand. when the city bad been put under milianglu of n skyrocket, for It was Archi band In Mexico. "Tho Da Gama a Hustler. 120 OF 26,000 PEOPLE LEFT uavy, torpedo," said mi expert of tho J. II. and W. S. Weaver tary government the A. U. C. mediabald who was on tlio Job. "has four principal parts-t- ho May Act as In Cuba. For this, It Is asserted, due credit tors at tbo meeting at Niagara Tails We will add other nnmes for 25 cents Six or seven thousand feet over the war bead, which carries the explosive smoothed over tlio difficulties, and tbo Invitation had been extend must bo given to Ambassador da British trenches there was something Belgian After tbo Minister Dlscribes Desolation tho nlr flask or fuel chamber, tho en cash. If thcro ever was a being as big as your hand against tho light policy of watchful waiting was re cd to tbo Latin American republics to Gama. glno nnd the steering gear and tho bal of Historic. City. sumed. assist tbo United States In n final rf- - to whom tho term of "hustler" might bluo of the summer sky. This wns the anco chamber. The exploslvo head Is bo truly applied It Is surely duo to target- Conditions failed to Improve, and the a German aeroplane. filled with some high explosive gun this quiet, forceful looking man from United States with tbo other republics "I have Just visited what remains of cotton, etc. nnd Is provided with a per. Wings of Intelligence. urnzll. A few Inches under the aver on this continent has outlined a methOther features of life nt the front Arras nnd Soissous, along the Alsno cusslon detonator, This strikes n hard age height, Just n trifle tncliucd to od of procedure which, briefly stated, senrpo. Of Arras, llko nlso some of tho or solid substance, nud the exploslro stoutness, dlgnlflod In his every move, may grow commonplace, but never tho follows: Qrst lino trenches Nleuport nnd Ypres, gws oil Instantaneously. Willi n countenance uinl liesiicaks n work of tbo planes tbeso wings of First. An appeal was made to the Guncotton or Nitroglycerin kindly shrewdness and with eyes that tho army's Intelligence. If they might our poor villages along tho Vser, nothcompose their difMexican factions to "The explosive head Is tho foremost nro constantly alert, ho seems mora fly as low as they pleased they might ing remains but n heap of debris," ferences In n convention or by such writes Urallo Vandervelde, tho Belgian compartment of the torpedo and con tho Ideal American business typo than know all that was going on over the othef iqeans as they may regard as the diplomat. Trained nt the, (eet of lines. They must keep up so high that minister of stnte, to papers In the talus tho deadly cbargo nnd tho pistol jUcabfe, 3fX3w:iur United States. with whlcli.lt Is tired. Ouncotton and one or mo worm s greatest uipiomats through the aviator's glasses a man on Sec5ruf If any faction falls to "Tho city hall, that gem of medieval nitroglycerin are the high explosives I7 of tbo modern school, Itlo llrnnco, In the road Is the size of a plnlie.nl. this injunction the other factions ! used for submnrlna itunios.. Archibald, the antl-al- r .whoso suit bo first camo to tho United craft gun, sets architecture, has undergone tho most will be expected to set up a govern- grievous mutilation. In many streets There nro many others, but these fotm Should be Engraved or -' the dead line. He watches over It as a not n singly .miiiiMtan.-houso Is Intact j tu, foundation for most of them, dun- cat watches n mouse. The trick of Embossed nowadays. "Arras had before the war aUHW In , f the sort used by tbo country sneaklug up under the cover of n noon . ,,, habitants. There -- ...i.i. P ..,irr..l day cloud and all the other man bird small shop near nro now 120. In u I.,.. It reflects good taste and the city hall I found n u ll0 ,0UK,.r uwl Tuo uuu CII0,Te tricks be knows. llttlo old man cheerfully selling funeral Is moru ,M)Wt,rfu ,uan sun,wder. tat once creates a favorable A couplo of seconds after that crack crowns nun post cams , depicting tue , ,e l)er ,, ckl.r tiny puff of smoke breaks nbout n ruins. I rrti.i. Lim rtlmn impression. ntlni...i WVllllUUIUIl Will til I I, hundred yards tiehlud tho tnubc. The dally, Most leople nre living Inliteel- 3 I?Ja .I. - .l,ul1. .... .l It Blk MtrnPd nr. HI..-nil "'a ......I vii at.. kiuiiuu, nut 1. vi i iiu ji smoklug brass shelf case Is out of lars. ii vrautuii Suppose you come and ice ptodes ir routined ih a close place. Vrchlbald's steel throat and another "At Solssons I was entertained by n The high exploslvo will burn It you the many beautiful samples shell case with Its charge sllpied In general at ten and nt breakfast In tho to It, but not so easily Its place and started on its way I cpita,., jtombs continuously passed over stick a match we have and get our prices, as guniHjtwlcr. A sudden blow will for the first purr breaks. Soissous In the dlnvllon of Arras. Tho 1 i- rVrcblbnld rushes the lighting. It Is allied troops conMautly nre busy ex-- 1 apply bent to on exploslro ami set it the business of tho taul to sldestc. tending ami strengthening the trenches off. ot "The explosive head strikes tho The aviator cannot hit back except and lKirlxil wire defenses. At certain through Its allies, the. German but- places the hostile lines nre within sixty torn of a ship, and n 'detonation,' not an 'explosion,' takes place. Tho mass teries, on tbo rarth. Ilut all tbat the feet of each other. Photo by American Prew Association. Photo by American Trem Association. Hv-- t aviator can sco Is mottled landscape. "When not exchanging shots end gre- of high exploslvo socnis to explode at From his sldo Archibald flies no goal nades the soldiers enjoy the Intervals once, nnd that Is what Is desired, as SEXOIt DA OAilA OP EBAZIt. SEKOR F. A. rCZET OF 1TI1D. Vi visssilllllllK flags. of comparative calm, during which tho most sudden blow, will knock a Archibald's propensities nre entirely newsiiers weighted with sloues nro bolo tu the still". Ouncotton Is dot by fulminate of mercury. onntcd peripatetic. Ho is tho vagabond ot thrown from one trench to another. "Ono day a dog crosvd to the French which, when Ignited by a blow, ex the army lines. Locate htm ami be times Its original slie. is gone. He Is the only gun which lines bearing the message, 'Pleaso tell pands 2,& keeps regular hours like a Christian Coriwral Illank that his wifo and chil- Tho sudden expansion gives 11 blow to guncotton thnt detonates It' gentleman. All the others Arc at any dren nt U'lis nre well nni send him tho hour night or day. Aeroplanes do not love.'" This Is What Happens. go up at night, nnd when no aero"What happens when tho explosive Train Schedule Al Lancaster, Kr. Interplanes nro up Archibald has no ACCUSED OF MURDER IN 19013 head strlkcw 1" war. est In the "A detonation follows Instantaneous AIIKIVE. Why he was named Archibald no Wyoming Man Would Escape Death ly and blows tbo outside of the ship body knows. As his full name is No 10; In, making n bolo about 2t) by 10 feet tn. Decause of Clerk's Errorosslbly it Archibald, the Archer, Ilvcauso through uu error of u court lu size. There Is no rule about the ex comes from some association s ttli the cierl: ho Is charged with committing n tent of the damage to the side of the To Mayaville, connecting nt lilchmimi with I. A N to Frankfort & Idea of nrchery. murder 17.003 years In tho future, boat It may le twice 31 by 10 feet Has His Private Car. Rrango Wilson White of Wyoming has The blow drives In IkiiIi the outer and at Winchester with C & O to taxing- Arcblbnld, who is ijulto the swellest opi.'aled to the United States supreme Inner skins of n vessel like the I.usl-taul- ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & The double Ixittom Is not suf- Ashland, at i'aris to Cincinnati. thing in tho army, has bis own private court to save blm from the hanging rnoto by American I'refw Association. Photo by American PreaH Association. o ficient to break the force of tho car built especially for him. Whllo the which ho Bison nouuLO u. jjaos op ABOESTWa. scjon laNACio caldebon of Bolivia. cavalry horses back of tho Hum grow to Whlto wns hns lvcn HenteiirtsL ono No 71; K&j 11. m. It It strikes well A glnmlng convicted or "killing mcnt, which In due season will bo recStates tn 1S35, when llrnnco solved tho sleek from Inaction, the neroplnncs Anderson Coffee on or nbout (be l'.'th blow may not causo nu explosion To Kowland & Stanford connecting "The torisslo uoukl Ikmu about the at Itowland. I. & N to all points ognized by the United States, tho reterritorial dispute thai Involved Ar- hnvo taken their places. All tho ro-- day of August, 11)13." That wns tho South publics of South America and tho gentina, Bolivia and Ilrazll, Da tin ma mouces nnd risk of scouting nre theirs. ,vay tuu funnatlou should hao read. same effect tin a oilier that It would on a big merchant teasel. We liave No as, 11:111 a. tn. Such of tho cavalry's former part as but ufter ho had been condemned to powers of UuroiK! and the far east has apparently brought to himself all To Itirhmond, cennectinuj with I. & Third. The faction that refuses to tbo keenness that distinguished his the planes do not play Archibald play. lang on Juno I of this year While's never tested thoroughly the effect of 11 torpedo blow on an oil tanker hiicIi us N to Irvine ,t Iteattyville, Islington support the plan will bo barred from great master nnd Jias, besides, schooled Ho keeps off tho enemy's scouts. Do lawyers discovered thnt tho olllclal the liulfllght Wu are doing that ihiw & Cincinnati, Mlddlrsboro seek team work spirit of corps nnd H,ra Is tho prlvllego heretofore exercised of himself to a capacity for work tbat turned by tho grand Jury gate Knoxville. , "After tho toriMNlu stniik It would smartness lu this theater of France , obtaining support of any kind from umazlng. of , ,mmcr , ..AlIi No Tu; UiO n. m. he blown to bits, niid miwt of the piece where nil tho old glamor of war ls'innrt" either tbo United States or South Amertho Itrazillau This view of ica. This means that tho opiwslug facTo Richmond, connecting with fast llocause of that "0," thlch. It was uould go to tho Ixi'ttom of the sea. dor Is only ono of many similar ex- - lacking? You will (hid It In the attend. tion will be unable to get equipment alleged, mado the Information Insutll-clou- t Souio fragments might go inside nud train tn Cincinnati. presslons, nnd Its counterpart Is found ants of Archibald Photo by American Prem Association. war is not dead for tin- - splinter made Tho snort of for military forces, or funds to further In tho ossertlon that to his excellency nnd defective. White npioatcd to become entangled in SEMOH EPCilllX) SUABEZ MCJICA, 2 No 27; 2:( p. in. "I Hero you see your target, by tbo detonation. military operations. Dr. Itomulo 8. Xaon. tho minister of Archibald. the Wyoming supreme court nnd SAIX)1 HIOM CHILE. To I.ouiiiYillc, connecting at Lebanon which Is so rare those days when ltrlt-ls"The torpedo must do many things Fourth. With a full understanding Argentina, must bo nwarded the title tho day of tho hanging urrlvcd Infantrymen have stormed and obtained n writ of supersedeas 11 of tho purposes of tho United States fort to bring about peaco in Mexico for suavity, whllo to bis excellency under In very thoroughgoing way. It can- Junction to Rliiahethtown & Howling taken- trenches without ever scolng si and Latin America Influential leaders and arrive at a composition of tbo dif- Senor IMunrdo Suarez MuJIca, tho min which the case has Ikvii brought to the not uved In Its mission If 11 cog Creen, nnd at llordstnwn Junction to In Mexico will proceed to tbo estab- ferences now existing between the va- ister of Chile, Is given credit for the German, and tbo target Is n blrd- -u slips on the way. ror It Is primed for Hardstown & Springfield. Unlteil States supremo court lishment of a provisional government. automatic action. Uverythlng must 1j rious revolutionary factions President most pronounced manifestation of the man bird. Puffs of smoke with burst ing hearts of death aro clustered around This government will ut onco be rcog-nlit- d Wilson had decided that if this effort true Latin spirit Just right nud In Its proier pt.icu when NuU; in. They bang where they ROBERTS WORKS IN LAUNDRY It starts 011 Its Journey of destructhe Tyube. by tho United States nnd tho oth- failed the United States would go Into To Stanford, connecting with fast Men, of Different Types. still air. Ono follows nu-- , great powers. er tion. It has tu run at a certain s(H.'cd train to llristol & Mexico and restore peaco In exactly Atlanta. more t Former Mayor of Tem H,u so lis to gi t to Its destination 011 schedFifth. A plan will bo devised to tho name way as In 'Cuba. These threo ministers arc as differ- other In quick siiccesslon-r- or c flnanco tho new government of Mextypo as nro tho Mexican faciu:iu une .iriiiiuiuii is uriiiu ule time, to go n rertnlu calculated dis'i plained or Way Clothes Were Washed. When this decision wns reached, ent In ico. however, tbo situation south of tho tions. While Dn Hama Beems to em- your entranced eyes. When l)onu M. Itoberts, of tance In that fixed time, and travel lu It Is amazing how much shell flra an Term Haute, ind., convicted of elec- - a certain dlrectlou to make sure of Its The Appeal Is Sent. Itlo Craude was different from what body n combination of tho best Ideals aeroplane can stand. Aviators nro acI.- .. .1... m...1. ....... t. mark. It cannot loaf, vary from the The Joint appeal intended as n flual It Is today. Carrauzn had not then ob- of his own country with tho distin- customed to the whizz of shell frag-- 1 guishing characteristics of the Amercourse outlined for It or dip down or warning before Intervention was sign-c- d tained tho upper hand. ments and bullets nud to have their f?.ul,"ll"J' V.'? C"eaU shoot up mi the way. If anything goes ican business man, Xaon Is apparently Tho Joint appeal embodies tbo recomby Secretary of Statu Lansing, by planes punctured and .ripped. Though wrong all U off with that toriedo. and entirely American nnd MuJIca entirely him nt clerical work. tho nmbassadors of Argentina, Ilrazll mendations mado by 1'nul Fuller, Presono did not know tho last their enghiQs nre put out of commission ident Wilson's confidential lnvestlgn-tor- , French. If Huberts' laundry wns not dono tu suit tbo thousands or dollars Invested In It and Chllo and tho ministers of n Chilean bo would bo put and frequently though wounded, they him 0110 day, anil he went to the prisdisappear henenlh the waves. who has nil along opposed tho rec- named as Uruguay nud Ouatauiala. Tho down nt onco as tho H?rsonlllcntlon of aro ablo to volplane hack to tho cover on laundry to coinplatn. "Torpedoes run from to lO.mjo minister of I'eru pledged his govern- ognition of Cnrrnnzj. all that bespeaks tho true Frenchman. of their own lines. "Do you think It could lie dune uuy yards to reach tho object they are scut ment to supiwrt tbo action taken by Distinguished by n beard that makes May Recognize Carranza. to destroy. It requires about eleven tho conference, and John Ilarrctt, dibetter?" tho suierlub?ndent nsked. rector general of tho Among the largo number of Mexi- his fuco tbo easiest remembered of "I seo no reason why It shouldu't," minutes to make tho longer distance." uu-ioany ono nt tbo conferences, the Chilean "What If the torpedo struck n whale $145,323,000 IN COLD replied. "I'd think anytho assured tho conferenco that tbo cans and Latin Americans In this counon the way?" remaining countries of South nnd Cen- try there Is n very strong current of minister. In both walk and speech, body could do better work than tills." IMPORTS UP TO DATE. North-bounboulo-vurdl"It would lie had for the whale, al- No. 10 Cincinnati Kxpress, tral America would undoubtedly opinion that only two courses are now looks very much tho Parisian "Well, then, jou'ro Just tho man wo though the toriH-dand is a person, to bo approachmight not explode Gold exported, 1914. .$199,318,000 Its uctlou. open to tho United States. Ono Is armwant (Jet to work." dully 1:30 a.m. Gold Imported, 1313 (to date) After tbo conferenco Secretary Lan- ed Intervention In Mexico ami tho oth- ed with awo and tremulatlon. Itobcrts now washes pris- unless a big solid Ihmio ns lilt." No. 4 . . . S94.163.000 From Canada Spe Tho other South American diplomats sing mado the following announcement.- - er the recognition of Carranza. In Of Many Sorts. oners' clothes. , 20,590,000 From London cial, dally 0:03 a.m. "Wo agreed or assented to u proposiview of tbo fact that nit of tho Latin are equally well known and ablo men "The torpedo Is not known Intimate. 11.500.COO From Paris . tion that a communication be nddress-c- d American republics nre opjioscd to They nro as determined to havo lastly by many naval said one No. 2rt Illue Grass Special, Tokyo 9,625,000 From . ing peaco In Mexico. All are men of ELEVEN CENT STAMP OUT. to tho different factions in Mexico nrmed Intcrventon; which they fear daily except Sun...fl;08 a.m. Mieclnllst. "There nre all sorts of tor,. 3,700,000 From Peking urging them to comioso their differ- would establish n dangerous precedent action, and tbvlr government! are fully No. 1 1 Carolina Special, pedoes. Some or hem have IndividFrom Brazil .... . 2.500,000 Bears Head of Franklin and Is For uality ences, and we also agreed on tho form In cusu Mexican conditions were re as anxious tu seo an end to tbo reign From Amsterdam ,, . 2,000,000 No two kiviii to bo exactly dally 7:00 n.m of chaos as tbo United States. So Parcel Poet Use. which wo will recommend to our gov- peated In their own country, they , 1,200,000 From Denmark alike. Wo contlniiiilly Improve our No. Kxpress, dally 1:35 p.m. ernments with ruferenco to tho recogFrom various South The now eleven cent postugo stamp kuovWcdgo or them Cai-- torpedo has No. that tbo United States will finally drastic action Is likely for a few weeks yet, but when It does como It will Limited. 1.000,000 nition of a government in Mexico." American ports ... . has npiienred. It liears the head or to be carefully studied and corrected recognlzo Carrauzn dally . . 5:20 p.m. Frauklln In profile, from Houdou's It I not thought any direct action mean n good governnicnt there. ror Its 0110 voyage of destruction, Mke Explain Sailing of Warships. ...$145483,000 Total No. 12 Iloyal I'nlm, dally.. 5:37 p.m. bust, and Is printed lu dark green Ink. Iho live that stings. It gives up Its Hfc will bo taken for another mouth or Sterling exchange August, At the outset Secretary Lanslug was South-bountx weeks, but if In that time CarOne Drunk a Year Allowed. it Is tho same sli.io and size as the for one sling The ship It strikes 1914 $5 asked to explain tho sending of AmeriOne drunk a year U not too much for ordinary stamps, series of 1011, ranza has consolidated his position and Express, slu'iK. The Miunils of giiurntton In No. 5 L o c a I Sterling exchange August, can warsbliis to Vera Cruz. Several established a government In Mexico a man, Jamaica (N. V.) magistrate told Tbo now stamp Is Issued primarily Its warhead tenrs the ship so that II 1915 daily 4.74H '..11:05 a.m. of tho conferees felt that the dispatch City they tnlnk that recognition could culprit who itvoro tbat was 14s limit, uso In prepaying postago on parfor Normal rate sterling ex:annol escape. It Is tin- - most terrlblt No. 11 Itoyal Palm, dailyU:20 a.m. of the battleships Louisiana ami New not bo withheld from the "first chief tut warned him to remember that be 4.8666 change cels and postago and lusurnnco fee on weapon of warfare known to tbi No. 1 New Orleans Llm- .f Ilampsblro might bo Interpreted as without placing the United States la cad bad this year's spree. Insured parcels amounting to II cents. world." ited, dally 11:35 a.m. No. 13 Carolina Special. were j POSTED Personal Stationery ,,,,.,. i. S r Central Record. Kk H L. & N. 6K. ,,, ', ltlf T Time Table. Danville. Ky. Southern Rail Road. .., dally The CevLiral Record $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. Shown at Roman's Opera House Each Monday Night Loui No, 10:15 p.m. Spe- 3 sOflusie CiMM. OlllMllMAbr lib. Voire, 1100. tlU wm loVelio, tlollo.oriaa. U ual. Tbvorr. !r- ScImwI LalifBASM, I'lWW Itt .What O- 1 - 3 the Best Remedy For ? Constipation? cial, dally No. 0 An estlojlf e muale irbnol This Is a question asked tu many time each day. The answer Is friUBr. llualc. Ebtviuble UiUtlUf CMienUvf RHlc,lM4MliUUtUle,ar We guarantee) them to be satisfactory to you. Sold only by tu, 10 cents. R. E. Mc Roberts clal, dally 11:R2 n m Illue Grass Sne- clal, dally except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and information call upon or address M. J. Coughlln, No. 27 Florida Snc. 11:35 n.m. The Central Record, Thursday Aug 26 1915. USE OF COLOR. Page 3 TENNESSEE OFFICIAL FISCAL WINS LONG FIGHT J. W Scaton of Linden, Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial District of Tenneisee, was for years a sufferer from stomach troubles in part a result of his confining Ho. tried doctor after doctor. work He tried medicines without end. One day ho took a dote of Mayr's Wonderful Itemed)-- . Ho wrote: "Your medicine is the best In the world for any form of stomach trouble. I am glad to say that alter taking tho full treatment I feel that I am well. I had very severe pains in my stom ach all the time. Ono bottlo of your medicine did me ten times ss much good as all tho doctors' medicine that I took lor two years. My ramuy would never be told me that any better today I am well. I have pounds." gained twenty-fivMarr's Wonderful Itemedy gives per manent results for stomach, liver nod Intestinal ailments. Gat as much ant whatever you like. No moro distress after eating, prcsture of gas In the stomach and around the heart. Oet one bottle of your druggist now and try It on an absolute guarantee it not satis factory money win be returned. 1 e COURT OF Children Cry for Fletcher's PENNED IN Dr W1LUAM CHANDLER Hovt Employ It Succeatfully In Home Furnlthing. In no other field hn tho right usa of color been tn neRlectid nt In tho of the American home, anil clso could Its tntlucnco ho no wide or liencllccnt. Tho uso of color ha countleM MitIbllltles. to A WISE JUDGE By OSCAR COX GARRARD COUNTY. Tlio Kind You Htivo Alwrtya Bonglit, nntl mIiIcii lias been lu tiv) fur over JIO years, Iius liorno tlio nlKimlnro of li In pcr - nnd hint liocn iniulo under Iiifmiry. ! mitinl micrvlfdoii rdnra ltn -vo you In till. uSyy, CUcAvX Allow no oho to ricrci iI " nro lnit All CouiKcrfcllH, Imitation nml of i:Iicrlincnt.i that trlllu wllli nml ondninrer tlin Infants iiiiil Children Kxyorlenco iiKuln.it Uxpcrluicut. 0 ".Tiixt-nH-Boo- OH, Prvr-purn. linrinlrnH unliMtllulo DropH nnd SimiIIiIiii; Hyni(n. It In pleasant. It c(iit;;In iitdtlier Opium, iWnrpliliio nor other Narcotio lift litre I II.h (riiiiriiuteo. It destroy "Worm Htilintiuici. nml allays l'or moro tliiiu thirty years It Iiax tiecn l:i conntaiit wms for tlio relief of Cunxtlpatloii, I'latiilcnry, "Wind Colic, nil Teetlilnir Trouble nnd Cnelnrlit U What is CASTORIA for Castor lc, Dlurrliu-ii- . It reirtilutes tlio stomach mid Howe, nsslinliutr tlio l'ood, giving; lienltliy mid natural Bleep. Tlio Children'! I'unacea Tlio Mother's l'rlcud. GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS Thero Is nti Inllnllo numticr uf Islands In tbe I'nclllc ocean, nml tlicro It a diversity uf cnmlltl'iu among tlio In habitants uf tlio different Islands, fifty jcars ngi I knew moro nlmtit them (linn 1 Io now. Wliou I wot n I my of eighteen I nlilpiKtl on a Mnntl steam esscl running from Hnn I rnnclkco nuiotie those Islands, trading tiy tlic wny, Tlio cnptnln, Slcnioii. wns then inlto mi oil! mnn nml had sailed among tlicm for n iiuuilior or yenrs. IIo knew tlio character of tlio lcoplo of tlio different Islands nnl told in Hint, while most of tliem were approachable, tlieru were n few nt which ho woulil not enre to touch unless vritn numerous crew nml with plenty of arms nml nmniimltlon. During one of our voyages wo hiul hail luck from tho start Our crew wns n smnll ono when we left Hnn rrancliico. Tno men wcro tnken within n week nftcr wo left, nml both died. Another fell ilown nn open bntchwny, nml "till nnother wns wash-ei- l 111 The Indlrlilunl, jiitiiiicoU!t cholcoof In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought BE IN A POSITION TO SHIP YOUR HAY TO THE BEST MARKETS The best prices prevail in localities where little hay is mown and where there is a limited amount of storage space. Haled hay can be readily shipped and occupies only one-fift- h the space required to store loose hay. Our line of International Motor Hay Preties include ltxl8-inc- h Bale Chamber with 1HC a, 1. or P. Engine. Bale Chamber with I II C lCx 4 or P. Engine. I7x22-inc- h Bale Chamber with I H C P. Engine. International Motor Hay Presses will bale more hay in a given length of time than any other press of equal size. togfcie joint plunger, power jack, bale The tension and spring roller tucker arc features worth looking into. Drop in and see us the next time you are in town. C-18-inG-C-self-feed- overlmnnl nml lout. Wo hail unused the Hnwallans nnd crossed the initiator not fur from tho International date lino when wo struck northeaster that ilrovo us on to n point directly north of the FIJI. During tho storm we shipped n sen that ilrovo ono man headforemost ngauwi the bulwnrks nnd wnsfied another one overlionnl. Thli left us the cuptnln, tho mate nnd three penmen. Hnnlly und tho storm blown Itself out when koinethlm: nliout the tlreliox gavo out ' ami we were uuiiKeu down In onlcr to llml out what It was. Wo Intel salt enough to keep sleemte vt ay, but no more. Just before the captain gavo the order to put out the tires 1 noticed lilm looklnc intcntlr nt an iniiim lyinc iu our port liow and heanl him tell the mnto that ho W'lleuil li to iw ono from which on a previous voyngu lie with his life. had nnrrowly Ilnvlnc found the natives bent on plun nny weak crew der nml ready to thnt came within their rencii, no inn the Idea of putting out tho not tlrci In thnt locality. Hon ever, thero a no choice in tno had cool- matter, and when the tin-bodown one of our numtier went Into it for nn examination. Unfortunately tho wind was blowing straight towaru the Island. Presently we saw n num-Iw- r of cnnoi'S coming out from the shore. Tho captain looked grave. Under sail we couldn't mnkc four knots, nnd we were too few to defend ourselves ngnlnst the swarm of dusky men who were coming for us. 'ino mnto suggested thnt they were only coming out for trade or to beg nnd wouldn't harm us. Tho captain said ho know ltter; they would imirdcr us. tako what they wanted nnd either get tho ship to tho shoro or sink her. Tho only chance thero feerncd to bo for us waa to hide. Wo ull went down nnd got Into the firebox, where a man wns working, nnu cioneu toe iioor. i ue latch fell and could be oiened only from the outside. Hut this didn't trouble us. for tho uiau who had been nt work had his tools, aud when wo want ed to get out It would lo iKissthle for him to bore n hole near the latch so that It could lie lifted. Tho furnace room wns pretty dark, and since wo all packcsl ourselves In tho far end of tbe flrelxix wo were not likely to lo seen except by a pair of first rate eyes. We waited In suspense till wo heard men tramping about above. They must nave icon surprised to find tho vessel but delighted ns well, consuiering mac there was much'plmidcr for them. Wo color, however, 1 not nlvn) best or wisest In tho fiiriiUhlm; of n home. I'irst, tho mental Inlluencei of color must to taken Into account. Consider, for example, tho effect of tho thrco elemental primary colors yellow, red nod blue. Yellow li nearest to Kunllcht Morbid dispositions require this color, they do not choose It. Yellow brliiti cheer and light Into a dark, gloomy room. Ited Is rytnbollc of blood, arc nnd excitement Kreu nn nnlmnl Is excited by red, for tho alght uf It actually Irritates the nerves. Therefore, slnco tho keynoto uf nil homes should bo rest, nnd red In nny largo nrcn destroys rcstfuluesB, It bo handled with sleclat caution. It may be Introduced successfully into dranlng rooms, club- rooms nnd dance halls, uicro gayety and a certain nmount of excitement nro deslrnbte, but for other interiors It should bo employed only in occasional details. Itarcly in public buildings aud nl most neter In prlvnto homes is a red room nd able. Illue li tho coldest color nolo nnd makes n room restful nnd cool. l'or this reason it Is especially pleasing In warm uttlons of the country, In sum rooms nnd mer liomi-i- , In sunny nl.io In ledroums for It it nlwnys suggestlro of rest. An entirely blue room may prove rather monotonous, but this can be nrotdeil by the introduction of ' 0rnnee. tho eoniplementnry color, ns u decorative note. The orange adds both warmth nnd Interest Orange, the combination of jellow nnd , Is symliollc of light nml heat, which nuikes It tho hottest color pos I Mule. lire It Is the strongest und most luteusu uf colors, It should tie used only in cmnll areas for emphasis. Violet, comjHistHl of red nnd blue, suggests heat nml cold combined, which reulU In nslies. It Is the color of shadows; It expresses restrntued heat or mystery and gloom, ami this Is tho psychologies reason for its use In mourning and In religious rites. The uso of violet Is not often practical In home fiirutxhlnirs although it may be useil to dim n room having too much sunlight. Violet bunging are pleasing where there Is n large window ox panse. Green, tho result f mixing yellow and hlue, expresseH light and coolness. Generally ieiiklug. It Is the most sue ccssful color that can be lists! In In furnishing, for It eliminates the nervo exciting nil und combines rest nnd cheer, than which nothing can bo hotter for n home. When tbe war between the states ended nnd tho colored man wns en dowed with citizenship n grave re- upon him for laiustlilllty wns plni-v.- l whluh ho wasn't prepared. In one of those regions where the negroes were verv numerous nnd whlto men very few ono of tho former found himself lu (Kowflslon of a Justice's court. The makeup of this dispensary or Justice wns somewhat CTiule. A Judgo was found who had done Um cleaning of the courthouse, a prosecuting attorney in ono who had belonged to n lawyer, but for counsel no one could bo obtained except n few darkles who had lieen tried for various offenses and had by oliservlng lawyers' methods picked up here nml there bits uf court routine. Moses Doggctt ltto tho proiwrty or was tho Colonel Itedflcid Doggett, Judge before whom n negro with no other name, bo far as was known, tnan I"cto was brought on a charge of having 111 treated his wife, Busan. 8ho ns tbo principal witness was called to Uio Sealed proposals cililressed to the Fiscal Court of Garrard County will be received up to 12 o'clock noon, September 6th, 1915, when they will be publicly opened anil read, for the Improvement of the county road between Fork Church and Jessamine County line on Lexington pike in Garrard County known ns Section No. 3. State Aid Itoad. The work, as described anil shown in the plans nnd specifications to be seen at County Judge's office will be known as Garrard County State aid road as shown on general drawing. Illds must be for work to be done in accordance with the plans and specifications approved by the Fiscal Court and the Commissioner of Public Roads) and on file at County Judge's Office. The Fiscal Court of Garrard County expressly reserves the right to reject any and all bids. llefore contracts are binding on first parties, they must receive the approval of the Commissioner of Public Roads, Each bid shall be accompanied by cash or a certified check, payable at sight to the order of the County Trea- . EMBROIDERY Vanity NOVELTY. j Bags Beautifully Ornamented by Hand Work. lines, many nnd vnrlous, nrc In cvl dencc this summer ns receptacles for milady's handkerchief, powder puff, aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaam BaaaaaaaPlaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBB iaBBV'aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH W sssssssssrT'J"ssssssssf aaaaaaW PHONE 27. 5ecler, gallard 8c Scott, BRYANTSVILLE. Kv. heard them everywhere, evidently collecting what they wanted. The door of tho firelmx was opened twice, hut whoever opened it shut It ngnln without taking tho trouble to make nn Tho visitors remained on iKianl till we !egan to feel the vessel rolling considerably; then the sounds suddenly ceased. It was evident that tho tea wns getting nmgh, mid they did not dnro stay longer. Then Captain Simmons directed the man who had leen repairing the tlrvliox to drill n hole so that tho latcli could Iw lifted. ltoring n hole In wood and Iron nro two illtrerent things. The ono can le tho other mny tako done In Tho man had Uvn drilling hours. torno time when wo began to feel water on the tlrelwx floor, llrlnglng tho light the workman had with him, nnd by which ho was drilling, to bear on tho floor, we saw wnter trickling In nt several (mints. Every man of us paled. Tho ship had been scuttled, and wo wcro penned In to 1 carried to the bottom. Tho man who win drilling had splendid nerve. Ho did not lose his head, but kept steadily ou, conscious of tho fact that ho must make an owning before tho'shlp sank and not knowing how soon she would sink. When ho wns nearly through, removing his drill nnd putting In a steel Implement, ho BSaS 0 V jKm aaaaaaaV Ism V Carolina are the beautiful and attractive resorts of Ashcville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at one of these cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion tickets are on sale dally, good until October 31st, via AWAY up in the mountains of Western North ron the scmmtii ami. etc. Tho ouo shown In tho Illustration Is inado of cream taffeta embroidered with tango yellow. The clasp Is of gold. To Preserve Linen. A very excellent plan for preserving linens nnd underwear and ouo which was used successfully by u very good housekeeper U to place the freoh articles as they come from tho laundry ut the bottom of tho pile In sideboard, dresser or linen chest, leaving tlio earlier ones on top. In tbks way tbe same articles are not used week after week, but come Into use every three, four or flvo weeks, according to tbo supply. It will thus bo seen that tbo wear nnd tear U less than If they were In uso constantly nnd going through weekly washings, as Is sometimes tbo rase It no system Is used In piling tbem away. If this plan Is strictly adhered to It Will bo found of Inestimable value. SOUTHERN RAILWAY of the I allowed at all points. Three special Low Rate Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. For full Information sc Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or writ D. H. To J J, District Patienger Agent, Loulivllle, Kentucky. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES Bs3CHkt9'HnC' faraou all orar the Unitad State and Canada. of Root. Herb, Bark and Compoied Berrie. Far treatment of Human Dueate. Treatment, tt.00 Punier' IndlinllerU-iSD- ir' hare) mad hie nam Dakota Jack' Dakota Jack' Cowbor liniment Creme Soap. Price ' 1 Oe, hammered it through. In a few minutes bo Inserted hU fingers and lifted tho latch. The water had mado considerable headway, but not so much but that It could bo seen pouting through an auger holo In tbe side. Wo plugged It and. rushing on deck, saw that wo had been blown past tho Island and were drifting away from It. Then wo manned tho pumps for awhile, completed tho work In tbo firebox and In due time were once more steaming safely on. We Think So, Too. Charles, you're spending too much stand. money this year. Too many dances, "Tell tho cou't wha' Tcto gone done too many clothes, too many taxles, to you," said tho Judge. too many" "Well, father. Ill tell "1'ete ho do mos' good fo' nuttln nig you now I look at It, It seems to me Now bo that every family ought to bo able to ger lu do state of Alabama. got free he t'lnk he ham t got nottln support one gentleman." Cornell to do but sit out in do sun an' sleep. Widow. I says to l'cte, 'Git up au' go to wo'k. ' deso chll'n gwlne to git How yo' anyt'lng to eat ef yo' don't earn not Found Wanting. tln'?' Tcto ho say: 'I hain't got no A New York visitor called us a wo'k. Yo go on wtd de vvnsbhV, nn "hick" because we have never seen a I ink It to do owner nn' bring back game of golf, but at the same time de pay.' I Jlst pick up a roliln' pin. he confessed that he never saw a wann' I split It on ho skull." termelon on the vino and couldn't tell Yo' honah, the defendants when one was ripe. He was Indigcount-el"I thought It was I'eto mis nantly dismissed from our bucolic treated Susan, not Susan mistreated presence. Houston Post l'cte." "To, Pete," said tho Judge, "yo'take .de stan' an' tell de co't jo' sldo ob do A Hint to Speeders. , ' said tho Maine Philosopher, question." Pete obeyed the order and stood roll- as the touring car flashed through the ing his eyes nbout till admonished to town at a clip, "ex the Poet sjcuk In his defense of tho charge PlfHIcus once said to his lady friend made by his wife. Amnesia, them ez hikes too rapid on "Hain't got no wife," he said. the ruds of life lose a lot o' "Hain't got no wife? How dat?" briled lobster that might be et on the "Ma wife, Chloe, wlm' I married fus way," down in Louisiana, air do only wife I got. Wlien 1 was sold an' beparnted from her nn" de chll'it ma heart was There's a Difference. An enterprising gentleman of tho broke. Ie nex' year I married oneob de nlirccr women belongln' to ma new breezy West, who superintends the "railroad eating nouso" In his town, marster." "Yo" didn't get no dlvo'ce from yo' has recently hung out a sign that fur' nskeil the defendant's counnishes considerable amusement to fus' wife?-those who pass by, says Ltplpncott's. sel. Jest mar It reads: "Pies like mother used to "I didn't get no dlvo'ce. ried ag'ln. Two years arter dat mat make, flvo cents; pies like mother mnrstcr lose a cotton crop an' we was used to try to make, ten cents." all sold out, mo nn ma wife beln sold to different marsters. Den I married Ancient Dentistry. anuddcr wife." Dentistry seems to have been prao "An" yo didn't get no dlvo'ce from on thla side of the ocean almost de second wife?" asked Pete's counsel. tlced I didn't get no dlvo'ce as early as in Kurope or Asia. It is "No. son. ot from de second wife. I didn't ktcr fo' quite likely. Indeed, that the art Ma filling teeth was first discovered here. no dlvo'ce from none ob 'cm. skulls heart was true to ma fus' wife, Chloe. At any rate, "How many wives have you got?" from both Ecuador and Mexico are In asked the prosecuting attorney, with evidence having teeth richly Inlaid lth gold and In some Instances pre a view to condensing this diffuse statecious stones. ment "I don't know. I had de bad lucl: to change marsters mighty often, an' Banana Juice for Snake Bite. every time I was sold I married a new In countries banana wife." Juice Is being exploited for snakebite. "Is Susan de las'?" To test the efficiency ot this simple "Sue, she de las'." remedy, F. W. FHzslmmons experi"Yo' honah," said defendant's coun- mented with the venom ot cobra, puff sel, "I nsk fo' do dlscha'go ob de pris- adders and other serpents, trying the oner on de groun" dat he couldn't mis- banana Juice upon animals bitten by treat he wife when he hain't married the snakes. In no case could he dis to do wife he mistreated." cover that the alleged "cure" had any How many husbands bavo you beneficial effect. had. Susan?" asked the Judge. I got ono In Mobile, nnudder In New The End of It All. Orleans nn' nnudder somewlin In Souf Measuring things by dollars, by Carolina." "How do you know they are In thosa hours, by pounds and yardsticks, measures everything accurately enough explaces?" cept the one thing we wish to meas "1 don't. I married 'em dar." The Judgo looked up nt tho loards ure, which Is a mans soul. We are which constituted tho celling lu mute producing the material things ot life deliberation. Ho was a gravo looking faster, more cheaply, more shoddlly, old darky mid in his heart nlmed to but it Is open to question whether we bo Just. Hut .the problem wns how are producing happier men and wom to be Just legally. The two in this case en, and that is what we are striving to do at tho end of tt all. bccuicd lucomiKitible. "Io persecutin' iittoiuey will sum up an' de counsel fo' de prbouer will sum Diplomacy, up, den do cou't will gib her decision." 'Look here, Charlie," said one yousg "I hain't got nuthtn" to say," said tha undergrad to another, who baa been prosecutor, " 'cept d.it IVto won't wo'k, run his eye over a letter an' .his wife au chll'n nm Marvin". asked to friend had written to his which his Do cou't oughtcr make hlra wo'U or go father, In which there was the Inevi to Jail." request for money, "youve "An' 1 alu't got nut bin' to say," sail table "I know." said Jug, tho prisoner's lawyer, '"cept dat In de spelled I the cash, fus' place Sue nn" l'cte hain't married, Charlie; "but ou see need to think old man belli' truo to Chine, fcomewha' In and don't want the l'cte how he de souf. In do secon' place. It wn'n't I'm tiutttnK on aira. Thats l'eto dat mistreated Sue, but Sue mis- spells it" treated l'cte when sho Bpllt do roliln' pin on his head." Forty Yeara In Stock. Tbe Judgo again looked at the hoards Tho latest coincidence which has above, rolled his eyes and finally gave Just como to my knowledge (writes a his decision. correspondent) befell an elderly gen"De new law of marriage nniong us tleman well known In literary circles, procla Wishing niggers slnco ho 'mancipation to reter to a book he had mation am different from do ole law. used In bis schooldays, be visited the Under do new law Sue nm Peto'B wife, second nana shop in Charing Cross an' bo noun'' to tak' keer ob her nn' d road which specializes In this class ot chlllun. .Do ceu't derefo" decides dat work. On Inquiry he found ther had l'eto got to go to wo'k or go to Jail." one copy ot tbe volume In stock. "I 'peal do case." cried I'cto's coun When he opened It be found on the seL front page bis own name written mere "Yo kin Jlst go on '(lealln' do case well over forty years ago. Pall Mall till kingdom come," said tbe Judge, Gazette. "Pete, yo' go to wo'k. Sue, cf bo don' go to wo'k you split anuddcr roliln' pin en his head." "I hain't got no mo' roliln' pins, but You Can Hmwm Your I got some flatlrons." "De cou't decides dat flatlrons am is legitimate ns roliln' pins. Call de Bymd and Woven lata oex' case." sm-c, 'Ya-asfust-clas- s 1 snake-Infeste- d surer for 10 per cent of the amount of the proposal; which check shall beheld until the execution of the contract. Before the contract is awarded, the successful bidder or blddeis will be required to furnish a bond of an equal amount of contract for the faithful performance of the work in accordance with the aforesaid plans and specifications. All work to be done under the direc tion and supervision of the Commissioner of Public Roaus. By order of Fiscal Court of Garrard County. J. W. HAMILTON, Clerk Garrard County, FOURTH-CLAS- S POST EXAMINATION, 11th. MASTER Saturday, September 1915. The United States Civil Service Com mission announces that on the date named above an examination will be held at Richmond, Ky, as a result of which it is expected to make certifica tion to fill a contemplated vacancy in postmaster the position of fourth-clas- s at Paint Lick, Ky., and other vacancies as they may occur at that office, unless it shall be decided in the interest of the service to fill the vacancy by reinstatement. The compensation of the post master at this office was fG75 for the last fiscal year. Age limit, 21 years and over on the date of the examination, with the exception that in a State where women are declared by statute to be of full age for all purposes at IS years, women 18 years of age on the date of the examination will be admitted. Applicants must reside within the ter ritorv supplied by the post office for which the examination is announced. The examination is open to all citi zens of the United States who can comply with the requirements. Application forms and full informa tion concerning the requirements of the examination can be secured from the postmaster at Paint Lick, or from the United States Civil Service Com mission, Washington, D. C. Applications should bo property exe cuted and filed with the Commission at Washington at least seven days before the date of the examination, otherwise it may be impracticable to examine the applicants. United States Civil Service Com mission. Public Sale! of-f- As executor of J. A. Doty, I will for sale at Point Leavell on Thursday, September 9th, at 1:30 o'clock the following property 227 acres of land with 8 room house, in good repair, 2 good stock barns, 2 buggy houses, and alt necessary out buildings, good fencing, plenty of water and in good state of cultivation. 1 pair of aged mules, 75 acres growing crop of corn, binder, mowing machine, cultivator, 3 wagons, wheat drill, hay rake, roller, cutting harrow, drag harrow, 3 turning plows, 1 double shovel and other farming implements. Terms made known on day of sale. ALEX DOTY, Exr. I will also at same time and place acre of land located in front of sell 227 acre farm, with 4 room house, blacksmith shop, barn and other necessary out buildings, well fenced and In high state of cultivation. ALEX DOTY. 3 bar XS CASTORIA For Infants and Children I cannot eat this or that food, it does not agree with ma.". Our advice to all of them Is to take a People Say To Us . Jefferson 'School cuarLnr lit. tiak wciufcMX - . t t ti two . .n anal W.I. fur br la !. ii . V. , ftlLUt-a- LmV. New Rugs mm r uiun. mt mm 2inrr ltownclulvlir.thOUon rug, ur which r.,- 1 ML Old Carpets at a savins of half the cott of or. unprovea msinuu INDIANA SILO PAPEC Monitor CUTTERS AU. ON (ALS AT DAKOTA JACK Tbe NortbwMttra Cowboy omaiNATOR or PURSUVS INDIAN HOUM C. C 4 J. L SltrsMi aid R. E. McRtceris. In Um For Ovm Always bears 30 Yars SsssSSt.yzSS' before and aiter.eaxh R. meal. 25c a box; fKUlof Mil pTftbU. tit1quwb hmuuv, ttiu ....mujMuB imJi ELLIOTT Bur. TIUu" carpet. foil Cfiooaa thm Color Let m how you the many beautiful pattern from which you can Mlect. Writ nn a poatal vt teleshoae uu, atul I widcU wita imUUJH. MISS FANNIE UtaHilU, Kf Kun.ompinr.ol beautiful ruet totally Ulf. ferent ana far auptrior to any other rust wovea from and Associated Gasoline Engines. Wheeling Lime Grinders. All sold on easy terms. la Crutt. wrtw I r Stgosture of C MeRoberta - rOMIAlII, 3T, J. BISHOP, Lancaster, Kentucky, W. P. KINCAID, DIST. AGT. Phone 199. STANFORD. KY. Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Aug 26 19 5. 1 8 Good Wheat is made from the best Good Flour, & Far-nan-, I I I I I WW BALLARD'S OBELISK FLOUR Hudson, Hughes SELL AND GUARANTEE IT. Get their prices on COAL, SALT, SEEDS, SEED WHEAT, RYE and BARLEY. Auto Tickets with each $1.00 cash purchase, or paid on account. POSTMASTERS WANTED. SCHOOL OPENING. JUDGE PRATHER REGAINS FORMER i I I I wheat obtainable from the West, consequently it's the Best Flour money can buy. Lancaster, Ky. Tv'.?v:.7rs ! i CI The Post Office Department at Washincorporated. $1.00 a year. ington has notified Congressman Helm Weekly. Issued that the Inspector sent to Garrard County has failed to find suitable apJ. E. ROBINSON. Editor. plicants for the position of postmaster R.L ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. at Buckeye, Coy. Marksbury and Flat-wooand that each and all of these Entered it the Toil Office lu I.nctt r, Ky., offices will be discontinued at an early 11 Second CUM Mill Miner day unless reliable persons coitie forward and are willing to assume the Member Kentucky Press Association duties of postmasters at said points. If and the offices are discontinued they will f Eighth District Publishers League. be supplied by the carriers on rural routes established and about to bfe esLancaster, Ky., August 26, 1915. tablished. The Central Record Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv OllUes . . .$ 5.00 10.00 ... ot County Offices pr State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 10 cor Calls, per line 10 pr Cards, per line Cor all publications in the interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per . WOULD MAKE IT FELONY. line Obituaries, per line. 10 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. A law, making it a felony for a man to desert his wife or child, will be ad vocated by George L. Sehon, of the Kentucky Children's Home Society, at the next session of the General Assem bly. Mr. Sehon, who was at Frank fort making his annual settlemeet with the State Auditor, said that sixty-fiv- e per cent of the wards of the society had been deserted. The society received several the past week whose fathers had deserted them. There are now 207 children in the institution at Louisville, the largest number in its history. He attributes the increase to theecono-mi- c conditions ef last year. JUDGE CARROLL HERE. For Governor, A. O. STANLEY. For Lieutenant-GovernoJAMES D. BLACK, For Secretary of State, BARKSDALE HAMLETT. For Attorney-Genera- l, M. M. LOGAN, For Auditor,' U. L. GREEN. For State Treasurer. SHERMAN GOODPASTER. For Clerk of Court of Appeals, It. W. KEENON. The many friends of Judge John D. Carroll of Newcastle, Judge of the Court of Appeals representing this Appellate District, were glad to see that gentleman and his wife here last week. Judge Carrol) has been spending a week in Crab Orchard and motored down to nend the day with friends here. The Judge's many friends throughout the district hope to see him remain a member of Kentucky's highest court as long as he wishes, but in the caje of a vacancy on the Federal Court bench. they feel that the Piesident could do no better than to appoint Judge Carroll. GOOD REVIVAL Speaking of the revival at Freedom church, Mrs Leslie Sebastin, said: . We have just closed a great meeting at old Freedom church. We had twen ty additions for baptism and five by restoration and letter. It was an old fashioned meeting. People came for e wagons, horse-bacmiles in buggies and any way to get there. Evangelist J. L. Dotson, of Harrods-burdid the preaching and I think he is one of the best personal workers . ever saw. He knows his business (the two-hors- For Supt. of Public Induction, V. O. GILBERT. For Commissioner of Agriculture, MAT S. COHEN, For Circuit Judge, CHARLES A. HARDIN. For Commonwealth's Attorney, EMMET I'URYEAR. For Circuit Clerk, W. B. MASON. For Sheriir, G. T. BALLARD. Jr. bible) and he knows how to go after men and women for the service of our We are authorized to announce Miss Lord. May God help him in his great Jennie Higgins a candidate for County work. A neat little sum of $G!i. was School Superintendent of Garrard given him. County, Bubject to the. action of the Democratic primary August l'J17, For Representative, II. CLAY KAUFFMAN. Mccarty. We are authorized to announce Joe William The burial of Midshipman S. Ilaselden, of this city. Republican McCarty, of Stanford, Ky, who died candidate, for Representative at Nov- on board the battleship Ohio ut San ember election 1915. Francisco August 1C, will take place in We are authorized to announce Joe A. Burnside, candidate on Republican Lexington Cemetery Tuesday morning noon at 3:30 o'clock. William McCarty was formerly a student ut State University and had many friends in this city and section. He had just completed the summer cruise on the Ohio and the ship had arrived at San Francisco to participate in the exposition ceremonies when he was stricken with a fatal attack of spinal meningitis. Midshipman McCarty was given full military honors In the services on shore at San Francisco a week ago and two hundred officers and men accompanied the body. A salute of one hundred guns was fired from the batteries of The big Fox production, "Life' the warship before the body started on Ship Window" at Romans Opera its long trip across the continent to its resting place In Kentucky, Friends of House Tonight (2Cth) Midshipman McCarty have given two beautiful floral wreaths which were KENTUCKY CONFERENCE. made up by a local florist. One is a The annual conference ol the Metho- pillow of white asters and roses with dist church will .convene next Wednes- the letters, "U. S. S. Ohio" across the day at Millersburg. Bishop Atklni will face. The other Is an anchor made preside at this conference and Rev, S. from pink asters and Wiles, lettered "Classmatea".-Lex!ngt- on HPollitt of this city will attend. Leader. The Commoner was delivering an address the other day to a Chautauqua gathering at Independence Mo., on "The Causeless War." A neurotic in the front row stood up and yelled, "He is the greatest man since St Paul was snatched up to Heaven", Trie Independence enthusiast was perhaps a triile indiscreet in his comparison, but If St Paul had have been snatched up to heaven, he would not h(ve disappeared from public view any quicker than has Wm. Jennings Brvan. at 9 o'clock. The funeral services will in Stanford, at the home of his ticket, for Circuit Court Clerk, at be held father J. M. McCarty, Monday afterNovember election 1915. The Lancajter Graded Schools will HAS BUSY DAY. .LIFE AND ENERGY open Monday and it is especially urged that all pupils be present on that day. Monday was a busy day in the Police Parents are cordially invited to visit Court, for Chief of Police Buck had Miss F. B. Robinson Tells How She the school at all times, especially at succeeded in rounding up a number of Benefited From Tanlac. the opening of the session. olTenders. Grover Schooler, who lives We have everything for the School Girl nnd at Hyattsville, was lodged in jail SatBoy. Large line of Louisville, Ky., Aug. urday night, and was fired $25 and AID FOR FARMERS nie B. Robinson, of the millinery firm costs and given ten days in jail, on a & Will Be Given By Treasury Department. charge of shooting a pistol in the city of Rrbinson Blomcr, at IBM West BOOK Market street, this city a successful in limits. Immediately after the verdict, Secretary McAdoo announced, and widely known business woman. view of the action of the Allies in put- he left for parts unknown. says she found relief from Tanlcc after Ed Anderson. Les Anderson, "Snip" ting cotton on the contraband list, that trying other remedies with no perman- he would, if it became necessary, de Simpson, Chiddy Perkins and Jerdin AND ent benefit. posit $30,000,000 or more in gold in Schooler, all colored, were arranged "I was in a rundown condition," she the Federal Reserve banks at Atlanta, with u charge of gambling. The two explained recently, and Baskets. Crayons, Paints, Drawing and "and I seemed to it!i Dallas and Richmond in order that Andersons, being old olTenders. wercj very poor circulation. I suffered fined one hundred and the costs, and have may be rediscounted. loans on cotton Composition Books. from severe headaches, and mv sleep the other three were given twenty I was was uncertain. nervous am! dollar fines. Agnes Faulkner, colored. Fine Candles and the Best Soda Water in SCHOOL TERM INCREASED. was fined twenty five dollars on a charge lacked energy. 13 town. "I tried different physicians and State Superintendent Hamlett has of fighting and disturbing the peace. different remedies, without getting iii Wm. Burton, colored, was fined ten per capita announced that the une u, B'ne ' of the school fund for the dollars and costs for disorderly conduct. iu mr, ,uj nub. kci n uuiue oi taniacf ll It is to be hoped that these convic- Everyone common schools of Kentucky would be says it Is fine.' I feel that tions will have the effect of putting a increased now from $4.50 to $5.25 and owe a great deal to the person who that the school term will be lengthened damper on the feelings of that class suggested that to me. My trouble has who persist in causing a disturbance on one month. The present school law disappeared since I began taking this permits the lengthening of the term Saturday night, and that those confined medicine. I am full of energy and to the jail will be put to work. whenever the per capita reaches vigor, eat heartily, and sleep like t OKOASlZlil) I.V.V.T. The State school fund is apportioned child. My nerves are in fine shape, so much to the counties and cities at FOR BIRD PROTECTION. anii my menus nave noticed wliat a per capita for every child between the change has come over me. Tanlac did There is a ccheme now on foot where capages of 6 and 21. The presenter OK LANCASTER. KY. I by it will be possible for the posting it all, and am glad to say so publicly ita of $4.60 is th-- j highest in the history Tanlac, the peerless preparation, is against hunting for a period of three of the State. years of about two thousand acres in of especial value for its tonic qualities. In cases of languor, B. F. HUDSON. President. oor appetite, J. J. WALKER. Vice Prest. Garrard county. It is the plan of the ACCEPTS POSITION originators to have the farmers owning sleeplcssnes, faulty circulation, catarr JOK J. Walker. Jr., W. O. P.IGNEY, Ass't Cash'r. hal troubles oml rheumatism it has land lying between the Danville and W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. proved of remarkable benefit, ai scores' AT LANCASTER. Stanford pikes to enter an agreement have testified. i the very backbone of everv neither to hunt birds themselves nor to This remedy is now on sale in I.an successful business. We regard your coMrs. Anna Bailey, who Is one of the allow any hunting on these farms for a operation as a necessary factor in our success. caster at R. E. McRobtrts drug store most efficient and accommodating sales- period of three years. If such a plan Wf hope you speak a good won! for us if we give yuu good service. ladies that has ever been in this city, can be worked out It Is believed that and in Bryantsville by Becker, Bnllard If you find our service lacking in any respect, you will confer a favor has accepted a position with J. E. the State game warden will supply and Scott. upon us by tel. ing L'S It It our business and our pleasure to ImDickerson's Dry Goods store at Lan- other English pheasants and quail to prove our system wherever we find a weak spot Mrs. Bailey has for the last stock this preserve. caster. This has been PRACTICAL ROADS. stx months been with G. M. Lyons of tried in other States, particularly in this city, but this store will be moved Connecticut and Massachusetts, where The "Country Gentleman" makes to Mt. Sterling soon.. Stanford Inter- quail were almost extinct, with great the scnsihle suggestion that a prodiu! ior Journal. success. The RECORD will be glad to waste of land, and a recklessly heavy help this plan in any way possible and maintenance cost, be avoided by Amcr COURT DAY CROWD SMALL will publish the list of farms posted ican rokdmakers. Uon a four rod Gov free of charge. ernment highway "one dozen farm The following is a list o! property wagons could be, by a little crowding, Not Much Doing In The Trading Line. owners between Danville pike and set side by side" and each mile of Gov Last Monday brought only u medium Railroad to the Dix river. Call at this ernment highway contains eight acres crowd to town and had it not been that office and let us know if yuu are willof land, "much of it good land, capable on this dav that Circuit court alsoopen- - ing to enter this agreement. of growing 500 bushels of corn," while ed, a much smaller crowd would have Hughes Bros F. M. Tindei, W. II. thousands of miles of the besthighwayi shown up. There were about three Brown, Sam Cotton, It. L. Elkin, T. A. of t ranee, Germany and England an hundred cattle on the market and most Elkin, J. F. Robinson, Geo. D. Robin but one rod wide. of them changed hands at satisfactory son, Huffman Bros, Robt. Lawrence ine country duntleman .objects to prices. Trading in mules was limited Jim Pebbles, Miss Ann Ashlock, Logan Iowa devoting 41U.00O acres of "the to a few head and no mule colts were Hubble, Geo. Rankin, J. E. Robinson, best farming land in the world" to sold at any price. Mrs. Bet Smith, John Ross, Ilaselden growing a sufficient assortment of The following were some of the pur- Bros, W. 4t. Cook. John M. Farra, weeds to seed the farms that lie along chases made. Louis Peal, of Nicholas-vill- Geo. Dishon. Parker Jenkins. Jesse 0(X) miles of public road. 101, ten head of 400 pound cattle at Sweeney, J. P. Bourne, Geo. Leuvell, the Mate's It may be added that u $22 a head, George Peal six head at $23 J. W. Elmore. W. B. Burton, Withers tained road a rod or u roil and u half a head. J. K. Sanders of Emmet Bur- Bros, Wm. Anderson, wide, with trees along either side is ton twenty calves at $30 a round and much more agreeable to drive over than B. Hensley of same party 23 head at I ""HE kerosene engine is here. Up to the present a road three or four rods wide which $22 each. Ross and Carrier, 51 hogs, CIRCUIT COURT CONVENES. time the difficulties in the way of burning can never be shtded and must always average 150 pounds, at 7J to 8 cents. Tho term of the Garrard Circuit be an intolerable hot sun rellector dur fuel in an engine cylinder have been too difficult to Hill sold 2 calves to Archie Dean S. A. was postponed from June ing summer. Left unoiled, it is glaring overcome. We have an International Harvester engine Bradshaw for $35 a head. Isom Bros, Court, which hero which docs away with all objections to kcroscuo as a fuel. on account of the many requests of tho and trying to tlif eyes. Oiled, it gives sold one mule for $100, Whitehouse and The reason for changing from gasoliuo to Uroscno lorcngiuo fuel is was opened Monday with oir heat like a stove. It would cost one of economy. Gasolmo as a fuel has many advantages, but is comJohnson bought of T. W. Jones, 140 farmers, Judge Chas. A. Hardin on the bench much lets to line every mile of public paratively extensive and rapidly growing more so. Tho supply of sheep at $5.75 a round. W. W. West Uroseno is much greater and tho price lower, therefore engineers fiavo and Commonwealth's Attorney, Emmett road with forest trees whose spreading to Robinson and Post) 11 calves at $22. busied themselves with tho production of a satisfactory kerosene engine, 1'uryearat his post. The Judge in his branches would in time shade the en T. C. Rankin to D. C. Rankin CO head bo that your iwncr might not cost you so much mouey iu tho future as it lias in the past. of feeding cattle for 7 cents, It. I. address to the Grand Jury asked their tire road, than to make the macadam enforce) surface three or four rods wide. And Come iu and eo this engine run on kerosene. Wo start tho engine Burton to Gay Bros 22 head of feeders help and cooperation in the on gasoline, run for ;i few minutes to warm tho cylinder; thcu, by tho in at 7J and R. L. Burton 14 head to same ment of the law and casesthe impartial forest trees entail only a small upkeep turu of a valve, we switch to kerosene ami tho eugiuo keeps on golDf, brought be expense, Increasing in beauty, dignity parties for 8 cents. G. B. Bruner. consideration of the bought of Emmet Burton, 14 head of fore them, ine lullowing jury, em end usefulness by the mere lapse of panelled at the Jun term was again time. 500 pound cattle at $30 a round and summoned and is us follows: travel by automobile If same parties bought of Perry Ballard is to be made a pleasure in summer for Paint Lick, Ky. Gn and Jury, J, 86 120 pound hogs, price 7J cents. "scorcherj who do not Lee Murphy bought three nice heifers William Simpson Sr, Hayden Leavell, other thai mind being scorched, it must be made T. L. fantis. at $35 each and sold 10 at $25 each. J. John Williams, so by highways. Trees James Green, D. Wynn, of Paint Lick, sold to Sam J. Wade Walker, Jno M. Duncan, may be planted at small enpense. They Mullins, pair of two year old mules for Joe Criscillis, should be included in construction conTom Hicks, $300. W. B. Burton bought a horse of Alex Layton, S. II. Aldridge, tracts as a necessary part of roadmak- Mose Ray, for $100 and one of It. W. W. II. Pope, Ing. PETIT JURY. Notlcel Poultry McAfee, Logan Thompson and Naylor It Is folly to neglect tree planting J, F. Robinson, Bros, for each one he paid $100.-- ' Cen- Frank Folger, and to allow trees already standing to Eugene Berkele, ter Bros, proved to have one a little Charles Pope, Emery McWhorter, William Watkin, be mutilated by telephone companies better, for which he paid $110. Herbert Brocks, or cut down by any owner of abutting S. D. Cochran, OJRES property who chooses to attack them James Durham, Our Advice Is: Ebb Cook, Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck. Roup. Canker. When you feci out of aorta from const! with the ax. House, G. W. Noe. Taylor pation, let us say that if How grateful Is every driver for the F. II. Markbury, J. W. Sweeney, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry -occasional stretch of shaded road I Yet L. K. Perkins, N. J. Gosney, W Cocom. Duwtowm. k'l.,kn "Om di ii Rmiv WJ dew UttUMl .p UU U umJ iWv m im twit luutlly. Iiuib, LmI p .,,. I h.t tim wwj." cuckw propawhere is there a Smiley Walker, A. B. Brown, do not relieve you, see a physician, Mfg. aid CurtiUcd ky J. Robt. Crumt, Buditown, Kj. Price JOt t til Drafflsu. ganda In behalf of making the shaded II. C. Sutton, because no other home rwnedy wuj. Jess Sanders, OLD BV Bold only by us, 10 cent. Denny Scott, road the rule Instead of the rare exII. It. Montgomery, R. e. MeRobsrU ception? R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. A. F. Sanders, John Broaddus, I School Begins Aug. 30 I ! 8 I:) CI tV 25tb,-Mis- Fin. I! f;i m TABLETS, PENCILS, BAGS I I STRAPS, LUNCH BOXES, I I iii ii appor-t'onme- STORMES DRUG STORE. 1 1 'We Citizens National Bank Surplus $45,000. Capital $50,000. 1 i e, Kerosene A Key Word in International Harvester Engines ' low-Kra- dc e Treadway, Denny fflBl & Co, tree-line- d f Raisers S wtS I M :..?;rnn Courier-Journa- The Central Record, Thursday Aug 26 19 5. 1 Page 5 UNLOADING A CAR OF Gossip About People nd Mtnllon ol Iht Comln-f- i Oolnji 1yThoit Wi Art InltrtiUd In. A V.tUI AMERICAN FENCE Today. Come in and get yours before it goes up. We give you Automobile Tickets with each Cash Purchase. Mr. Ed Perkins of Nlcholaavllte In town Monday on was J. E. Mount, Son & Co. The Square Deal House. 3 11 G at business. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Francis were visitors at the Stanford fair, Miss Elizabeth Lyn, of Nlcholasville is vtilting Mrs. lien Robinson. Misses Carrie and Mary Held were In Stanford on Thursday for the fair. II In Atlie Yantis Is in Stanford visiting her cousin. Miss Lottie Carson. Dr. J. S. Cornn of I'ineville Is here visiting his brother, Mr J. It. Cornn. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph left this week for a protracted stay in Ohio and Ind, Mrs. Mattie I'. Frisbie Is in Stanford the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Trice. Miss Kathertne Harris of Stanford Is here for a visit to Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris. Miss Margaret Cook is at home after a pleasant visit to Miss Hope Gardner In Louisville. ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call Miss Eliza Luntford left Tuesday for a threo weeks stHy at Estill Springs and Cincinnati. for n nice Lunch, also Everything In Soft Drinks vii ii ' ria rii Diaw II zbisy I? Check for the moni;y yonove nnd jotc how much more res pertfiilly your creditors yon They like to ilo business with a mnti wlio hns nn account at the Garrard Bank & Miss draco. Comely is spending her vacation with relatives in Richmond and Lexington, Miss Delta Kice Hughes has returned from a visit to her aunt Mrs. J. V. Acev of Stanford. Mr and Mrs S. I. Cornn and daughter Mrs. Joanna Kail is at home after a of London, are visiting their son, Mr visit of two weeks to Mr. and Mrs, and Mrs J. It. Cornn. Ilolion Campbell of Stanford. Dr. W. S. Elkin of Atlanta is here .Miss Fannie May Miles of Ixmisville mingling with old friends and to acis spending her vacation with her parcompany his wife home. ents, Mr and Mrs A. C. Miles. Mr. Leslie Thomas of Indianapolis is Mrs. Mamie Farra Thompson of Lex the guest of relatives and friends in ington is here for a visit to Mesdames Lancaster and vicinity. Fannie Farra and S. C. Dennv. Mr. Wood Iiurnside, Misses Alio It. Miss Suilie Elkln, who has been vis Kigney and I'earl Dickerson were in iting her brother, W. S. Elkin, Jr., in Stanford Thursday for the fair. Atlanta, returned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Arnold have re Robert Salter Davis and Yates Hud from Dripping Springs after a turned son Jr, of Danville will come this week , recuperative stay of three weeks. for a visit to Mrs. II. F. Hudson. Mr. C. S. Wilson of Richmond was in Mrs J D. Hatcher who has been en our citv several davs this week, the joying the past two weeks at Golden guest of his sister Mrs. L. N. Miller. Dawn Spring, has returned home. You have read Augusta Evan'i fa WOODENWARE IS GOING. mouj book, "St. Elmo"' See It woiv derfully reproduced in motion pictures Substitutes In Use Because Timber Is Miss Annie llelle llallard la In More- at Romans Opera House Saturday land visiting Mrs J. K. Helm. Gelling Scarce. Night its A Fox Feature. Mr. John Mount Is hero on n visit to It may be said of the woodenwaro his brother, Hg'JItrMounJ 5000 DOZEN EGGS WANTED business, a of the French mobility durMiss Lucy 'Walkcf 'Doty of KIchmond Extras, 111 ing the the French Revolution, that "its Fresh eggs, 15 cents. Is the guest of her sister Miss Emma future lies behind it", for there are cents, the latter to be candled. Dotv. only the remains of a fine business In It. II. II. Northcott. ER woodenwaro. The steadily decreasing Mr. anil Mrs. Harry Anderson re supply of timber compared with the turned from their honeymoon Tuesday DOUBLE-HEADsteadily Increasing prices of all articles night. If you want to see a great game of of wood has stirred the inventive genMrs Harold Oldham of Richmond Is base ball, go to Paint Lick next Satur ius of th makers of metal household with her parents, Judge and Mrs C. A. day afternoon, when Paint Lick will things. Arnold. Tubs and pails and buckets are cases play Point Iarell at 1;30 and late in Mr. C. P. Uradford of Cincinnati, the afternoon they will try and defeat much in point. The old oaken bucket Whites Station. end'the familiar washtub have been wai n recent guest of Dr. W. A. Imost displaced by the galvanized steel Wheeler. articles that nre much cheaper though BARKER ACQUITTED. and wife, of Mr. John Johnston not nearly so servicable or lasting. . In the Circuit court yesterday, the Louisville, arc guests of relatives In Glass rolling pins and glass lemon case against R. L. Darker charged the county. squeezers are crowding out those, made with the killing of John Eason in of wood. The clothespin still holds its Miss Kmmn Hays, of Stanford, Is March 101.1,resulted In the acquittal fcr own. Wood bushel baskets are fast here on her visit to Mr. and Mrs. the defendant. This was the third giving way to the galvanized steel basJames Ileazley. trial of this case, the two previous nnea kets, and constant experiments are behaving been hung juries. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Haselden and ing made to find a satisfactory metal sons, J. It. and Duncan, are in Nichol"container" In place of the wood nail asville for the fair. REPORTS FINE CROPS. keg, or the wood Hour barrel, but so .Mr. K. II. liaison, who for the past far without success. Miss Ida May Grant was the guest Tuesday of Dr S. P. Grant and Mrs Iwo months has been attending to fhe old wood coal oil barrel, painted some of the arduous duties connected green, has entirely given away to the Grant of Danville. 111., corrugated galvanized steel article. Mrs. Ed C. Gaines and son, Claude, with his farm in Waynw County, are visiting the family of Mr. Jim returnel homo last Saturday. He tells The painted metal fence post makes his friend that he has been making h slow headway against the Gaines in Lexington. hand and has pul in quite a number of cedar post, but in this country, at least Mrs J. It. Haselden and daugeter, lays driving a mower, as his tanned neither concrete nor metal railroad ties Miss Jane are at home after n stay at and sunburnt face would Indicate. He have proved as cheap or as economical Crab Orchard Springs. reports line crops, of oats, hay and as the oak or yellow pine or cypress Mrs J. H. Payne of Feye'.te county is corn. Mr. Unison looks the picture of tie especially if the wood tie be treated enjoying a visit to her sisters. Misses health and in speaking of the farm, by the preservative process. says, "it is the life." Jane and Lizzie Hopper. Mrs, Walter Allen, of Chattanooga, DUTY OF AMERICA. COUNCIL FAVORS was the guest of Mrs. J. E Itobinson, Is To Be Prepared To Protect Lives Of Wednesday and Thursday. Municipal Ownership 01 Light Plant. Cabell Arnold of Richmond his cousin Allen Johnson. Is with ,f' c SHINGLES. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, A. II Hastln & Son. Get your Flour, bran, oats and cor frcm Hudson. Hughes AFarnau. STRAYED-fro- m my place Aug 19th a red cow fresh In milk, weight 900 lbs. Information appreciated Ira Grimes. Lancaster, Ky. Notice. will sell or rent my home and on Crab Orchard street cheap. 1 lot J. llooth Sutton. For Sale. Good second hand surrev. Mrs. W. II. Moss. For Sale. wish to sell mv house and 4 acre lot at Hackley, Ky. The house contains eight rooms. There are good out buildings, and cistern. Possession can be given first of the year. Mrs Jennie Comely", Lancaster, Ky. I For Sale. otter for sale mv father's nlace at Lowell. Ky. consisting of two houses and two acres of land, all necessary good orchard and im provements. Will sell at a bargain if taken at once. Ida Mae Hurt, Lowell Ky. 1 5 -2 perct-Money- -5 -2 per ct. 5 Years 5 Trust Co. They know ho u doing business in a busiress like way. open such n account even If jour atraira are not large. will grow nil right. littler Thev The Garrard Bank & Trust Company 7 THIRTEENTH ANNUAL Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE September 13th to 18th, r f " 1915 and Biggest Saddle Horse Show in the World Finn Exhibits of I lorwi, Tattle, Swine. Sheen, Poultry, Fild Women's Handiwork, Student's Judging Grain, Horticullur-Farmer Hoys' Encampment nnd llaby Health Contest. ConU-st- , doing tho "Spiral Dive" "Dip of Death" ....Trotting mid I'licing Rucks Each Day.... Glean Midway and Grand Firoworkt DiHplay. RDTII LAW, SuiiHaCoiuil Lady Aviaion For Catalogue Address lleduced Kallro.nl Hates J. I.. DENT, Secretary, 705 Taul Jones Building, Louisville, Ky. "Steep Ranking" and many other thrillers every afternoon. Misses La Verne Dickerson and John-ett- a Miss Willie Christine Sanders was in Farr have been in the country for Stanford the past week for the fair a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Iiurnand the guest of Mrs. John Taylor. side. Mrs J. O. Iiogie and children have reMrs. II. V. Ilas'.in and children are turned from a two weeks visit to her in Nicholasville, the guest of her sister sister, Mrs S. D. Murphy at Liberty. Mrs. Chas Denman and attending the Miss Viola Keagle of Hustonville K. P. Fair. came Monday for a visit to Misses Mesdames Chas. Runner of Somerset Mamie Stonnes Dunn and Florence and Emma Schiller of Cincinnati arJohnson. rived Monday and are guests at Hotel Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Pursley of Chat Kengarlan. tanooga nre expected this week for a Dr. J. M. Stauuhton of Covington is to her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. expected the last of the week and will visit F. Sanders. be the guest of Mr. II. Clay Sutton and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kallard and chil Mrs. Sutton. dren have returned to Cincinnati after Mrs. W. A. Speith who has been vii- a visit to his parents Mr. and Mrs. iting in Somerset and at I'oineroy Ohio George Uallard. has gone for a visit to New York and Mrs. Wm. Kurnett and attractive 1'hilBdelphia. little daughter, Cassie May, of Shelby-vill- o Mr. Edwin Andres of Chicago is in are the guests of Misses Carrie Lancaster for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. and Addie Arnold. G. M. Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Howard of Lex. ington and Mr.' Hnd Mrs. Cleveland Mrs. Arthur Joieph arrived Wednes Hedges of Texas were recent guests of day from a visit of some length with Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sanders. her mother. Mrs. Rtbecca Strelitz in Misses Joan Mount, Helen Gill, and Aahvillo !.'. C. Gill left Friday for a protracMrs. J. T. Kaney entertained at a Martha Hos-to- n most' appetizing 12 o'clock dinner in ted visit to Montreal, New York. and other Eastern points. compliment to her recent guest Mrs. .1. Miss Lillian Kinnaird. who has been W. Kaney of Stanford. care of a physician in Louis-villefMessrs William White and Frank under the several weeks has llarroldof Indianapolis Isft Tuesday home much imprjved health.returned in u very pleasant visit with Mrs. Loans made on real estate. If you need cheaper money on long time, see Under the title "Reasonable Prepar- - me about it. atioi." I.hvilev M. Garrison, Secretary G. K. Swinebroad. of War, in the current issue of the InLancester, Ky. dependent Mugizine, sounds the key note of an appeal for u rational scheme PUBLIC SALE. t.f national defense. I will on Mr. GarrUun in his article quotes the TUESDAY. AUG.. 31, 1915. adarguments of thepeacc-at-any-pric- e vocates who say the United States begining at 10 o'lock at my residence on should set the example bv leaving it- Stanford street, oder for sale a lot of self helpless to the nations of the Reds, and Bed Clothing; Chairs; Wash world. He declares the history of th.-- Stands, in fact all kinds of Furniture. United States shows that this country Everything in good condition. Cooking BAND BRASS during the 139 years of its existence Stove; Heating Stoves; Organ; 3 Couches Organization Affected Tuesday Night With has actually been setting this example. and many other things too numerous to J. P. Prather, "What is happening upon the con mention. Twenty Members. Lancaster, Ky. tinent of Europe," he writes, "does The musical talent for which Lan net seem to have been a happy outcaster has long been noted, will no come or' our example any more than FARM FOR SALE. longer remain dormant since a brass does what has just happened in the far band with twenty members was or- East. Mr. Garrison says: Farm containing 96 acres, three miles ganized last Tuesday night. The band "How should the American people north of Lancaster on the Lexington will be under the directorship of M. A. view the problem of nation defense? pike, well improved with good stock Ogg, our local musician and will be Circumstances force this question upon barn and all necessary out buildings, supported by the best young talent in our attention whether we will or not. with never failing springs and splendid this city. The Central Record will be Every citizen worthy of his privileges young orchard in full bearing. The well represented in the persons of Mr. must give it full and free consideration residence contains ten rooms, with bath L. N. Miller while he beats olT tho and not rest until it has been settled to and other modern conveniences. This music on the snare drum nnd Jack his satisfaction. It is not mererly has been mostly In grass for the past Kurnside, who can play anything from mptter of selfish'intereit to each citizen 14 years and is now ready to grow a corn stalk fiddle to a clarionet; he though that aspect should enter into hemp or tobacco. Sixty-fiv- e acres in prefeis the latter however and this his consideration. A great nation like bluegrass, the balance in clover and has been assigned him. instrument the United States of America owes a meadow. The desirable location, ferThe band has honored Mr. J. S. Has duty to its citizens in the protection of tility of the soil, makes this a most elden by naming the band for his cafe their lives and property, but it has also desirable home. For further particu and it will be known as the "Puritan undertaken the solemn obligation of lars, apply to Hand.'' They will meet for practise handing down unimpaired those principAlex West, Lancaster Ky. every every Tuesday night in the room les of government which were obtained 3 over the ruritan. by the heroism and enlightened intelHelow are some of the members who ligence of our forefathers." assigned had SALE PRIVATELY. At a meeting of the city council last night, it was shown that a majority of the board favors the city owning its own light plant and on motion. City Attorney, J. E. Robinson, was appointed to work out means in which ownership can be financed. It is the opinion of those that are in a position to know. that this can be done, and will prove popular to the patrons, for then we will have a twenty-fou- r hocr service at a very much cheaper rate than the present one. Citizens, Says Garrison. have them: instruments Cornets: A. M. Ogg, W. S. Hopper, Noel Itogie. Claironets: Chas. Doty, Jack Kurnside Trombones: Thurmon Teater, Storey Herron, U. Ford. Karitone: Jack Klundpied. Altos: A. I). Kirk, William Kinnaird. Pass: J. Drums: (Snare) L. N. S. Haselden. Miller. (Kuss) Harry Anderson. DEMOCRATS Convention. FOR THE BUGGY IS PASSING. Motor cycle and motor car ore re placing the horse and buggy. Within the last decade so appreciably has the demand for buggies decreased that the MEET Saturday To Name Delegates To Platform after 4 WANTED K I5" Mr. Robt Dunn, of Danville was here Garrett Woods and family. Monday in the interest of Central Un Misses Fannie and Mary Woods of iversity. He says that Old Centre will this city and Messrs Win. White and year. Indianapolis, were have a hundred freshmen this Frank Ilarrold of Mr. W. 0. Rigney will leave visitors at the Stanford fair Thursday. for Libjrty Ky, where he goes to Misses Minnie May Robinson and inspect the Masonic Chapter, which Margarita Cook were in Stanford at was organized there about one year ago. the fair and were two of a house party Mrs V. A. Lear entertained at a 12 Hi the home of Miss Hettix McCann o'clock course dinner in compliment to l'erry. Mrs J. Wesley West of Tulsa. OklahoMisses Zozier Arnold, Kathleen ma, A most delightful menu wns servHirmingnani, Alabama, of and Elizabeth Gerard of Howling Green are the guests of Miss Anna llelle Iiurnside. ed. Army Horses and Mules Any one having either of the above to sell, should phone me at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. Miss Jennie Lawrence entertained number of her friends at her surburban homo west of Lancaster, Delightful on last Saturday evening. refreshments were served. Miss Scotta Petty, the eilicitnt manager of Dickerson's Dry Goods Store, returned Monday from a delightful va cation of a month spent with relatives in Decatur, Orlando and Chicago III. Miss Elizabeth Gibbs entertained at dinner Saturday night In honor of Miss Anna llelle Iiurnside nnd her visitor, Misses Zozier Arnold and Kathleen McCarty of llirmingham and Elizabeth Gerard of Howling Green. Itobinson Cook ertertained the members of the Senior Christian Endeavor Society with an enjoyable social. This society Is doing splendid work and are now preparing to glvo a play on Sept 3rd entitled "The Elopement of Ellen"a Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Powell of Nicholasville and Mr. and Mrs. Howard New York were recent guests u Welch of at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dickerson. The many friends of Mrs. Jennie Embrv will learn with regret of her She has been contined to her sickness. bed at the home of her son, Robt, Em-brsince Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Anion entertained on Sunday at a 12 o'clock dinner the guests being Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Hon-akof Lexington and Mr. and Silas Moss of Lancaster. Pursuant to the call of the State Committees of the Democratic County Chairman J. I. Hamilton has issued a call for a mass convention to be held at the court house Saturday nt which time l2 delegates will be selected to represent Garrard county at the state platform convention which will bo held in Louisville next Tuesday, Chairman Hamilton's August 31st. ollicial call for the convention here Saturday is as follows: OF GAR- TO THE DEMOCRATS RARD COUNTY. Pursuant to the call of the Democratic State Central and Executive Committees made on the 14th day of August, 1915, the democrats of Garrard County are called to meet in mass convention ut the Court house in Lancaster, at 1 o'clock p. m., Saturday, August 28th, for the purpose of selecting delegates to meet in Louisville on Tuesday, August 31st, to write a Demo cratic platform and declaration of prin ciples for the coming November elir tion. All Democrats, all minors, who will be old enough to vote at the next elec tion, and all independents who expect to support and will supKirt the deniC' cratic nominees at the coming Novem ber election are expected and Invited to participate in the mass convention. W. mi B. Burton, Lancaster, - - - - Kentucky. Mrs. Jesse Gulley and Miss Uessle Gulley entertained at an Inviting 12 o'clock dinner the honorees being the Misses Misses James, of Illchmond, Fannie May Miles, of Louisville and Edna Gulley, of Indianapolis, were also upon the Invitation list. Mestra W. S. and It. A. Ileazley, of Lexington, arrived In the city Tuesday J. I. HAMILTON. far a stay of several days. This is the Chm. Garrard County Democratic Exlatte r's first trip to Lancaster since he ecutive Committee. J. R. Mount, Secty. left here seven years ago and his friends were surprised that he had taken on about forty pounds of avoirdupois. FOR SALE PRIVATELY. I will sell nrivatelv mv farm of fifty acres, or my adjoining farm of 100 Many People In This Town acres or will sell both as a whole. never really enjoyed a meal until a located on Paint LICK urccK near we advised them to take a j Farm Is well watered Mill. Has good three room and fenced. hour e and outbuildings. Sixty acres of Sold only bottom land. before and eitereadinifaL Theo Cotton, Klrksville Ky, by us 23o a box, uruu-shaw- manufacturers are endeavoring to ar rive at some solution as to how to in crease their sales in spite of the evergrowing desire for speeding along the country roads on motor cycles or in motor cars. No longer do Agnes ard John fancy the long, slow drive behind trusty boric; enjoying the beauty of springtime scenery and the fragrance of wild Mowers and fresh, green meadows. The preient day girl has a liking for moving as rapidly ns thing about her are moving, and so the fashionable Stanhope of u few years ago has lost its popularity. If John has the wherewithal he purchases a car, but if his savings are slow in reaching the required amount, he continues to save in the hope that good fortune will smile upon him within another year, In the country comrunities partic ularly is the decresie In sales of bug gies noticeable. The motor car has not entirely supplunted the b'iggv. for often a familv will do without an ex tra conveyance waiting until they can Then i n other alfurd a machine. caies where both a machine and buggy are owned the buggy laits longer 'than formerly, because it is used only when the roads are too rough for a car. The diiference in price of the two equipments is steadily diminishing. High price of feed and high price of horse, with a decreasing price for motor cars as the number on the market increases and the cost of manufacture decreases, bring the market A price of the two closer together. car can now be bought for $350. A good horse will cost $200. or $250., a Standhope $90, and harness Here we have an amount ap$25. proaching $100. Feed will cost fron $3. to $10. a month and for $15., if one understands his machine, a motor car's living expense can be kept up. The young farmer looks upon these figures critically before deciding upoc the purchase of a buggy. Perhaps in another year he can buy a machine and keep pace with his neighbors. The blue grass farm containing 249 acres and known as the John R. Henderson farm, located one mile from Lowell of on the L. & N. railroad, mile from Fonso and from two to four miles of five good churches, and one and half mile of the Paint Lick i Consolidated schools. This farm is well improved, having a residence of seven rooms, a large new stock barn, a five acre tobacco barn, all the necessary out buildings, a good cistern ami splendid well. A tenant house on this farm of five rooms, good barn and all out buildings and good cistern. The best watered farm in Garrard county, with seven never failing spring and two large ponds and all in grass, except about forty acres. It is so situated that it can be divided into three small farms, if purchasers desire. For further information, write or call on, W. A, or b. C. Henderson, Lowell Ky. or phone 357 K. Lancaster Ky. STOP AT OUR GARAGE When in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Good Complete Accessories. line of Tires. Everything in Automobile Prestollte Service. MITCHELL & SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 121. "St. Elmo" the extraordinary duction at Roman pro' Sat- Opera Houte, R. E. McRobsrts . 6 2t-p- urday Night. Danville, Ky. Page 6 WATER TANK AND PUMPING STATION, KENTUCKY STATE FOREST NURSERY, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY The Central Record, Thursday Aug 26, 1915. BLACK WALNUT, CHESTNUT AND RED OAK SEEDLINGS, FRANKFORT NURSERY PACKING AND SHIPPING HOUSE, KENTUCKY STATE FOREST NURSERY . ! Dr. J. S. GILBERT. OFFICE CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. Oilier I'lionr SSSSSSSSfBrBSSSrtfTlBWXfffM tiO lleiilnc KY. I'lione 41 BBBSBTi?fBwSPIsBlS, LANCASTKH, mm- - n if. All these species art excellent commercial speolt and relatively fast growing varieties. All furnish timber which will be as valuable fifty years from now as Walnut It In especial demand at the present time for gun stocks on account of the Great European War. W, Morrow, Graduate Optician Fitted. lUIHfacllon (liuriutrrd FOREST EXTENSION, STATE NURSERIES Demand For Material at State Nurseries Shows That Ken tucky People Are Beginning to Plant Trees As Well As Cut Them Down t were as follows: Box elder, white Frankfort, Kjr. (Special) It Is to those Individuals who have ash, blue ash, apple stock, apricot made a study of the matter that there American beech, buckeye, catalpa arc certain areas of Kentucky which chestnut, Kentucky coffee tree, will ure more valuable for the production cherry, sweet cherry, American elm of forests than for agriculture or pas- 'glngko, sweet gum, shell bark hick turage. In fact, there nro certain ory, mockernut hickory, pignut hick areas which never will produce any- ory, black locust, sugar maple, re thing except timber crops. In order maple, cucumber magnolia, white oak to encourage tho planting of these red oak, black oak, bur oak, pin oak arras to timber, and also encourage yellow poplar, black walnut, Japanese the planting ot timber or worn out walnut. There were sown In the Frankfo- lands for regenerative purposes and to prevent erosion, the State Hoard cf nurturv twMrn Boeri herla- 9iri fprf early In Its work, provided with the following species- Chettn it for two nurseries one nt Ixmihvllle red oak, black walnut, pin oak, f :c (which Is the larger) and one at poplar, shell bark hickory, sugar rr. Frankfort, which Is hardly a year old Iplo, white ash. Each spring and fu. at the present time. The nursery at sees the capacity of the nurseries verj Louisville was started early In th fall materially Increased. The varieties which have beet of 1913, and has been gradually In creasing Its capacity. Last fall the ' planted In the nurseries have beet first sale of stock was made from the (with the exception of some specie JiOuisvUle nursery, amounting to one with which It was decided to expert thousand black locusts and one hun- ment) confined almost entirely to na dred catalpa seedlings. That such the Kentucky trees of special com nursery supplies are wanted In the merclal Importance. Just what num State Is shown by the fact that. If ber of seedlings wilt be available thu available, at least ten thousand black fall for distribution and sale It is In: locusts could bare been sold and an possible at this time to determln or, Indefinite number of other species. account of the earllness of the season There Is no doubt but what, as the ex- The seed beds were very material!) istence and extent ot the nursery Is increased within the year. One fea realized throughout the State, n large ture ot the nursery work at Loulsvlllt bushel o! and continuous demand will spring up was the "planting ot for seedlings and transplants which apple seed. It Is eventually expecter the State can furnish, since these that the Louisville nursery will b seedlings will be sold at cost to Indi- able to furnish apple stock of stand viduals who desire them. The nur- ard variety to Individuals around the sery will pay for Itself In time and the State and that the orcharding which it cost ot the stock will be reduced as becoming a feature ot agrlcultura. the capacity of the nursery Increases. work In Kentucky will in this way b At the present time there are consid- materially assisted. Also the nursery erably over six thousand transplants Is experimenting with varieties of walIn the beds at the nursery at Louis- nuts, chestnut, pecans and other nut ville. The species which were planted tr.ees which produce commercial or In the Louisville nursery this spring chards. rat-cnI J I one-ha- TREE PLANTING ALONG PUBLIC ROADS Romarkablo Dovolopmont of Good Roads Sentiment tucky Has Created a Demand For Shado Trees Along tho Roads The last year In Kentucky has seen a wonderful agitation for good roads throughout the State and at the present time a largo number of highways ure being constructed under the State-ai-d plan, There Is no doubt but what the number ot good roads in Kentucky will Increase each year The construction ot good roads and the standardization of roads has created a demand for shade trees along tho rights of way to beautify them, in anticipation ot this demand tho Statu Forester la paying particular attention to the raising at the State nurseries at IaiuIs-vlll- c and Frankfort trees particularly adapted for planting along the public highways. A good many species have been suggested and one Idea which seems to have a firm root In the public mind and which may undoubtedly t Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. WALNUT SEEDLINGS, KY. STATE FOREST NURSERY In Ken- John M. McRoberts. M. '1JU taJjiflnVBIlBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBEyS? i"4rCKSSSSSSSSSS SBBBBBBbI BBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH J. PATRICK, HBPBBrw AjfitfkssssBalsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssisM sIhMbiiKsiI'JIsbPH Black Walnut is one of the most available species for general In Kentucky and Is valuable for a large number of uses. lead to n great deal of good In ths community Is tho planting of nut hear-- ' Ing and fruit trees along the roads. It Is felt that In this ny the trrea along the highways could be made to produce a product of sufficient valui to aid In tho maintenance of the road. 'This has been successfully done In j several Instances, particularly In Kurnpe. With this end In view the State Il'orestcr has been experimenting with a large number of nut trees of differ- Jrnt varieties Including peenn, hickory. - Dentlt. Paint Liok, Kontuoky V. John Jl. Casey, I). J. Veterinary Surgeon. black walnut, Kngllsh walnut and oth (5rmltititr t'incitinntl Velcrinnry ers. Alio tho growing of apple trrea College and other fruit trees along the road la .i suggestion which meets with a great Oilier at YV. II. lturtcn's Salr Stable. deal of favorable comment and the Night Phone 211. nursery nt Loulsvlllo has undertaken the growing ot apple stock on a largo scale. BLACK LOCUSTSEEDLINGS.KY.STATE FORESTNURSERV GENERAL VIEW KENTUCKY STATE FOREST, NURSERY STATE FAIR GROUNDS LOUISVILLE, KY.-ADJA- CENT J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ulllce Over National Hank. Kesidence I'hone 3, Office I'lione 27 LANCASTKH. KY. For All Kinds of ROUGH G. C. COX, I'hone LUMBER, see Manse.Ky 1 GATHERING TREE SEEDS Devel-ope- d An Infant Industry In Kentuck by Stale Nurseries. In growing trees at shown very clearly that In a great many cases It Is not possible to get tree seeds of the native species at the time and In the condition desired. Kentucky Is peculiar In that up to very recently there lias been no agency or Individual Interested in the gathering of tree seed In Its borders. The demand for the tree seeds In the State nurseries at UAilsvllle and Frankfort has started In a small way a new Industry In the Knthcrlng of tree seeds within the Stale. Last year a considerable portion of the seed planted was obtained. Several small boys Irora Kentucky. bad become Interested in this line of the State nursery has Tho experience work and gathered a considerable quantity of seed of certain varieties. It is expected this tall that the bulk of the seed planted In the State nurtures will be obtained hithln the Stale from native varieties. The gath-rinof tree seed offers an attractive uals, particularly bright boys, who are willing to take the tlmo and trouble uetesMiry to distinguish tree species. l!o.U for a limited g numLer of Individ- INTEREST Stave IN SHADE TREES Forester Prepared to Answer Questions With Regard to Shade Trees. With every passing jear the Interest of the citizens of Kentucky In the shade trees of the cities, towns and vil ages, along public highways and en private lands and estates has more keen, for the reason that our people as a whole are gradually coming to an appreciation of the worth of Individual trees and of tree communities from an aesthetlcal point of view, and are alive to their value as factors for health and comfort in the community. This Is a natural development In line with an awakening public Interest In parks, public playgrounds, better roads and highways and the development of attractive surroundings on the farm. In all this the trees play a very Important part. Then, too, throughout the state the present shade trees, which are to a very considerable extent remnants ot the original forest, are decaying, deteriorating and dying. Their owners are Interested roost decidedly In their preservation, It pos Kindly look at the label on this paper and if you owe us a Dollar, we wish you would mail' us a check at once. and their replacement It this must be done. Again within recent years the Increase ot Insect pests and fungus diseases due to the Introduction ot new species and varieties from foreign countries and the Importation of European nursery stock has caused durable In contact with the toll, and la valuable for toll regeneration and widespread comment. Insect Infestations among our tree friends, a condition which has been emphasized by the lack of natural enemies to keep RED OAK SEEDLINGS AT FRANKFORT NURSERY them in check and a notable decrease In our native birds that prey on insects, have been of frequent occurrence. In cities the paving of streets, construction ot sidewalks, laying ot sewers and gas and water mains, conduits for electric light, telephone and telegraph wires all has very seriously disturbed natural conditions and endangered the life ot the shade trees, While It Is realized that the care and protection of shade trees Is not strictly within the province of forestry, yet requests for information In this direction have continually come to the office ot the State Forester. The State Forester Is prepared to answer Inquiries for Information by mall with regard to shado trees particularly what species to plant, the Injuries and diseases to which they are subject, and to offer remedies for these The First Biennial Heport of the State Forester deals with this subject of shade trees In detail and may be obtained free of charge by addressing him at Frankfort. Red Oak is the fastest growing of American Oak. It Is particularly EXPERIMENTAL FOREST. valuable on this account as a shade tree along streets and roads or on lawns. It Is also desirable on account of its brilliant coloring In autumn Permanent Exhibit at the State Fair and the fact that It Is not especially subject to Insect attacks. The Red In Louisville. Oak also furnishes a valuable commercial timber and Is especially recommended for planting In commercial plantations. In conjunction with the forest nursery at Louisville, there Is being esvested, rather than that an annual tax FOREST TAXATION forest tablished an experimental shall be Imposed, Certain States have which will alto be a permanent exalready gone a long ways In this dihibit In connection with the State One of the most Important factors Pennsylvania has recently Fair. It Is expected In this experi- In connection with the growing of rection and throe laws dealing with the mental forest to show on a small trees for commercial purposes Is the passed ot forest taxation and the classcale what may be done on any farm matter ot taxation, and this is a mat- matter of forest land which emIn Kentucky In the way ot raising ter which so far as Kentucky Is con- sification wood material, and will be ot un- cerned, has had little attention. In brace the best features ot recent doubted Interest to farmers and the first place, there Is no classifica- thought cm this subject. The essenothers who have already wood lots on tion of land within the State for taxa- tials of the recent Pennsylvania laws their land or expect to plant them tion purposes. It Is a generally ac- are as follows: 1. Classification ot suitable land set either for the material or for the pur- cepted theory among experts In this pose of soil fixation and regeneration. matter at the present time that there aside by the owner for forest purposes This forest will be situated on the Is only one fair method of taxation as 2.auxiliary forest reserves. Agreement with the State to bank ot the Ohio river, and, In addi- which may be applied to land maintion to furnishing a demonstration ol tained by the owner In forest growth maintain such land In forest growth what can be done in the way ot prac- and that Is that there should be a tax and penalties for failure to carry out tical forestry. It will also afford a placed on the land which shall be an agreement. 3. Assessment ot land classified as for the state nursery, and annual tax, and another tax placed on will serve to hold the bank ot the the forest crop when It Is harvested. auxiliary forest reserves at $1.00 per acre annual tax. Ohio river In Its present place. In no other manner does It seem prob4. Payment by owner of 10 percent able that reforestation of suitable ot the value of the forest products areas throughout the State may be ac- when harvested to the county to be complished, since la the first place, distributed among the proper county on account of the character ot the In- funds. vestment the owner ot the land must 6. Fixed charge on auxiliary forest be assured before hand Just what bis reserve land of two cents per acre for taxes on the land are to be, and In the schools and two cents per sere for second place the risks attendant upon roads. the raising ot a forest crop, because Under these provisions It I obviot the long period, ot years before it ous that the growing of timber on suitreaches maturity, make It essential prac-' that the crop ot forest product shall able areas would be reduced to a tlcal business basis. Is har be tated at maWn'T when It sible, wind-brea- HBBBiaBaBsssslBlBBnBsUSalA This nursery Is 25 2. omce.r0u,.tt--ra- M. K. Denny anfi W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Sorjtry. Office siorni,, HnlMlBf Tei Hurl A Ind.r on, utctiuiv Slot. LANCASTKH. KKNTUCKY. acres In extent and will Include a small experimental forest. sential part ot a forest rests the fundamental doctrine ot conservation. To save that which Is worth but little and to waste that which la full ot possibilities shows wrong Ideas regarding values, but examples ot this kind are very common. Almost every one ap preciates the worth of a large oak, walnut or pine tree, but to moat people a seedling of the same Is nothing but a weed. It seems hard for any one, who has not studied the rate ot growth ot trees, to reallie that a mnturc tree makes but little growth and is worth saving only as long as It remains sound, whllo a thrifty young tree Is growing Into value at a rapid rate. Hut llltlo that is really worth whllo will be done In the care of our timber trees until wc come to realize that forest conservation means the saving of trees of all ages and sites. Ilowovcr, It Is gratifying to note that tho Interest In forestry Is grow Ing constantly nnd that tio number ot trots planted each year Is Increasing. s PRESERVE FOREST LANDS Forest Conservation Concerns Both City and Farm. Many dwellers In towns and cities feel great Interest In forestry and would be glad to give active aid to the cause. Some are doing so by the improvement ot forest lands which they own, but there are greater numbers who are not able to do this but who greatly deslro to enjoy tho forests and to help along any movement tending to their Improvement. The preservation of forests for natural scenery; to check tho winds and hold back the waters; to stop erosion of valuable farm lands; to harbor birds and animals; to produce materials for building nnd manufacturing are matters which concern city people as well as those, who dwell on farms. The obligation to protect tho forests rests upon all and the opportunity to enjoy them should bo enjoyed by all. Cities should own forest parks in which tho design should bo to get away from the conventional and costly stylo ot landscape gardening now so common In city parks. Such parks, If made as natural as possible, would cost far less to estabJ Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Office at Itainey s LUery Stable. ?Lancaster. Kentucky Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in High-Class Monuments. Original Designs and Prompt Service. Guaranteed Quality. Connections at nil Granite ami Mnrlile Quarries. Ollice and Works on Cemetery Hill. Closed onSnturdnys Telephone ICS. Stanford. MONEY Kentucky. TO at LOAN lish and maintain than other parks and would serve many purposes. They would help to arouse an Interest in forestry and to show its practicability, Tbey would afford means ot recrea tion and study, supplementing tho courses In school. If the agricultural experiment stations In the different In states were enabled to the establishment and maintenance of parks, the arrangement such forest would no doubt be mutually helpful, since the work would be started along forestry rather than ornamental Unes and Its permanency would be reasonably sure. Forest conservation to many people means toe saving ot mature trees and nothing more. Real conservation takes into account all that Is of value, also that which has a potential value. Correct Ideas, regarding values ot for est products need an entire as upon a proper conception ot what constitutes the most es Five Per Cent on Farm Lands. For particulars see Don't stop me! I'm hurrying to make thai W. F. CHAMP. Citiisns National IJank. Lancaster. Ky Special Train Sept. 4th for the last excursion of the year tc STRAWBERRY St. Louis I want to SDCnd Sundav nnri Labor Day in the Big City. PLANTS Lv. Louisville, Sept.4th. 10:00 p.m. Troes Lv. New Albany, " 4th, 10:22 p.m. Arr. St. Louis, " 5th, 7:31 a.m. Our first offering of the remarkable Fruitand Shade ROUND Take "J iTwUfttt as a Imtlvtjgjh Tonight morning Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Tickets ttood to leave Kt f mil. Garden. any train up to and including 9:45 p. m. Monaay, sept. Oth. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts TRIP Mammouth Pearl Potato jjrT " y hJ 'taaitrCarrWr S CburneitN raiuvay oftti feu- H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. 18. Lexington. Kentucky. R. E. MeRebtrta t tea B. H. Todd, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky Local Ticks! Aff.ol nr w.l.. . wu The Central Record, Thursday Aug 26, DON'T 19 1 5 ANNUAL ' Page 7 EXPERIMENT The Case Of L. L. Cantelou. THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. You Will Make No Mistake if You Follow This Lancaster Citizen's Advice. Capital $50,000. A. II JENNY. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. J. I., Gll.t., Tresldent J. E. 8T0IIMKS. Vice Tres't, It 1 Jsibkt, Am'I Cashier. Never neglect your kidney. If you have pain In the hack, urinary disorders, dizziness and nervous- neat, It t time to act and no time to experiment. These are frequently symptoms of kidney trouble, and a John I. Vanarsdall, Auct. remedy which la recommended for the kidneys should he taken In time. Doan's Kidney Tills Is o Rood remedy to use. No need to experiment. It WB SOLICIT YOUH BUSINESS. has ncted effectively In many cases In Hamuli I). Cochran, Lancaster. Follow the advice of a LanAlex It. Denny, J, II. Tosey, J, E. caster citizen. Slormes, S. C. Denny, J, I Olll. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Frank Hlbhard, Water St., I.ancas. ter, says. "I had weak kidneys and fever, their action was irregular and often Mrs. J. J. Thompson visited Mrs. painful. My luck pained me and it Logan Thompson. was then that I used Doan's Kidney Mr. Charles Thompson of Mt Vernon I'ills. They fixed me up in good ahape. visited aelatives here. The pains left and my kidneys became Mr. ar?d Mrs. Tom Gill visited Mr. normal." Trice T)c, at all dealers. Don't aim- - ami Mrs. Newton Gill. Mis. Daisy Carter, of Ileech Grove ply ask forukidrey remedy getDoan's Kidney Tills -- the same that Mr. mil- visited Mrs. Wesley lllankenship. We give Auto ticket on all cash liard had. Foster-Mlliur- n Co.. Trnp.,' OF BuirMo, N. Y. sales and produce. W. B. Hall Miss Lela Ciess, of Monticcllo. vis her aunt, Mrs. J. M. Cress last week. CARTERS VILLE. See Hudson, Hughes and Farnau for Timothv and Alfalfa and clover seed. Mrs. Wes Van Winkle Is very ill I will, on with dropsy. Mr. and Mrs. James Miller have reMiss Esther Titts of Ilerea is here turned from a visit to relatives at Tar-kCity Ind. visiting relatlvir. Mr. Charles Sowders and little sons, J. D. Carter, our merchant, has been of near Ilee Lick, visited Mr. Jesse sullering with u carbuncle. Brown and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stowe of III, are Mr. John Carpenter of Red Rock, hnrp, on the premises on the Danville and Lebanon turnpike about here gueata of Mrs. John Green. at Okla. is a guest of his sister. Mrs. W. one mil weit of RrumhVld and about one mile east of Aliceton, fell to the high John Tennington and family of Ohio II. Cummins and his brother Mr. S. D. est bidder n desirable fHrm of nlnHit itt acres. ThU land is In h high state of are visiting friends and relatives here. Carpenter. .Mr. and Mrs. Kale Itobinson are the cultivation an abundance of never failing water, an eight 'oom residence, stock proud parents of a little daughter born The Twenty Year Test. Wn. tebneeo Imrn awl other out bnildlngs in good repair. This I a rate op ugust 18. "Some twenty years ago I used portunily to txiv gtwd Ixxnr; nwnr church, ichowl and two stutlons on the 1.. & Misses Cora Koop, Mary Carter and Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera N. U. It. Mr. V. A. Stewart. b live, mi the farm, will take pleasure In Lena Hollon were visiting, in Ilerea Diarrhoea Remedy." writes Geo. W. ast Sunday. Ilrock, publisher of the Enterprise, hawing rWwtlu buyers over tb Seeding privilege thW fall and Mini Mary Carter who ia making her Aberdeen, Md. "I discovered that it January U'Pl. fH pows-ln- n home with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Koop was a quick and safecure fordiarrhoea. Since then no one can sell me anything Terms llheral. itw fwtlli cah. remainder divided in equal Hiyment due has been very sick. During all said to be 'just as good'. Denver, the little son of Dr. G. S. these years I have used It and recomIn ene, two awl three year liedwine. is suffering intensely with mended it many times, and it has never 'iberculosis of the bone. disappointed anyone " For sale by all Miss Ktlle Dawson of Cottenburg has dealers. been visiting relatives here f jr a month but returned home Momlaj. PAINT LICK Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. Mr. IlenJ. Allen, foimerly nf county but now a resident of Georgetown, motored to this place and was the guest of Air. and Mrs. Lewis Murphy, Sunday. Mr. Speed Shcrrow, of IJourne, and Miss Tatty Simpson, of Coy, eloped to Tenn., last Wednesday night and were PKEACHEUSVILLE made man and wife. They returned Little Mabel Elmore has been quite Thursday and are now with the grooms parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allie Shetrow. sick. May peace and hapnincss their path 111 Newt Gill, Jr. Is quite of typhoid way attend. The case of L. L. Cantalou, Clnren don, Texas, ia similar to that of many others who have used Chamberlain Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He says, "after trying a doctor for several months, and using dllTerent kinds of medicine for my wife who had been troubled with severe bowel complaint for several months, I bought a 2ic bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Choi-er- a and Diarrhoea Remedy. After ui-In- g the second bottle she was entirely cured." For sale by all dealers. Mr. Leonard Naylor and wife of Jud-so- n attended preaching here Sunday anil were with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grow, Don't forget vou sivr money on coal, sand, cement, screening etc, when buying from Hudson, H'lghea & Fnrr.au. IEEIK 'JE. Un- flF AMFRIRAW ui iiiiiLiiiunii ni niifinrii National Farmers' Union Renders selfish Service to Agriculture. iTbfiOP m Of BOURBON POULTRY CUBE as 53 Sold an prevents cholera, diarrhoea and otherchlckdl.eaae. One bottle makes u rations of meitirlne At alt Jruert.ts. Sample and booklet on "niw ca.es of Fowls" Bent niEB. Bourbon Remitfj Co. LuisrX, lj throat core ripe, a few drop In drinslng water cores the down a. chick's by McRoberls Drug Store and J. R. Mount, Son & Co. By Peter Radford. What Cures - -- A r.l"7PITI UVCJVI1IU 11have hail so many Inquiries lately regarding i.ezema and other skin e, that we ore glad to make our fff.VrL1r.ub""v Aer careful Invest!, we found that o simple wah fil,T?f-.w!r"r,rM compound l .P 1 r''Pt!on. can be relied upon. would not mako this statement to our patrons, friends and neigh- tors unieis we were sure of It ITcalthough there are many KTi?..Ti'ilt"-oun D. D. D Tre- ScrlMlon ll.OD lata flue .tore trwl.v !... lb thl' woBieiXujrtu ic'rlDtlhl m,rlt" VT ' Public Sale. SATURDAY, AUGUST i Desirable Farm Containing 95 Acres. rls I... R. E. McKoberts Lancaster, Ky. 28TH, 1915, BRYANTSVILLE Mrs. C. C. ilecker still remains ill. Miss Leavy Dunn is visiting relatives 2pm. at Lancaster. ll, JOHN J. COZATT, Parksville, Ky. Mr. Charlie Tennington of Harriton Ohio, has returned to his home after a very pleasant visit here. and produce. Did you know that Hudson, Hughes and Farnau sell the highest grade seed wheat, rye and barley. See them, 3t Quite b number from here attended the Nicholasville fair. .Miss Mattie Coulter was In Lexington several days last week. and Miss Eliza Ison entertained a number of relatives at dinner Sunday. Hring me your Country Hams, high- est price. W. H. Hall. Mrs. W. J. Hogan has been the guest of relatives at Stanford. Mr. G. A. Howling and Miss Jane Bowling are in London for a visit. Mr. Wm. Hager of Mercer is with his daughter, Mrs. Chas. Hcnninger. Miss Frances Tomlinson has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington. Mr. W. S. Hopper of Lancaster was We give auto tickets on all cash sales the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wil-Ma- erea mere to render a patriotic and unsemsu service to agriculture. That organization, born In tho cotton fields of Texas, has grown until geographically It covers almost tho whole of tho United States and economically It deals with every question In which the welfare of the men who bare , lhelr Dack' to tho summer sun are 'Involved It has battled for a better marketing system, rural credits, cheap money, diversification, scientific pro duction, ogrlcultural legislation and has carried on Its work of education and cooperation In season and out. Tho Farmers' Educational and Co-- ! operative union of America brines tho question of organization squarely before every fanner In this nation. Without organization the farmers can neither help themselves nor ba helped Dy otnors and through organization and systematic effort all things are possible. The National Farmers' Union will hold Ita annual convention In Lincoln Nebraska, on September seventh, and will round out the eleventh year of .. Ita Brlk'llL. n lh. American plowman. When that con- ventlon Is called to order every farm- er In America should cause and bow his head In honor of the men gath-- i And Don't Get it. None but the bald deserve the hair. A I..n.i tar. wealthy actor must be a "fixed" Well Fined. Always. The muslctau who plays by note to face the music. One Way Out. has The only way to beat your wife In an argument Is to avoid having the argument. Dally Thought. Manners must adorn knowledge and smooth Its way through the world. Chesterfield. Turtles and Tortoises. About three hundred species ot turtles and tortoises are known. Some of tIu;se atlaln a er' ,arga sll- ' i tive legislation than any other class of people. The farmers can only acquire such Influence In business. In government and In economics as will enable them to share equitably the fruits of their labor through organization and every farmer on American soil who desires to help himself and Ms fellow plowmen should rally around the Union. The farmers of the United States contribute more and get less from government than any other class of uuoiucua. juey nave Dcitcr securities and pay a higher rate of interest than any other line of Industry. They market more products nnd have less 10 say in nxing tne price than any other business acd they get more political buncombe and less construc- Notorious and Notable. You can become notorious by a single act of conspicuous folly. You can become notable only by continued achievement of exceptional usefulness. Gaining Knowledge. Even the man who tries the electric fan with his finger has good Intentions. His Intention Is the acqutsltloD Minneapolis Journal. of knowledge. Derivation of "Amethyst." In ancient Greece amethysts were worn round the neck to prevent Intoxication; henco the name, which means j "unlutoxlcatcd." If SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI Sunday, ROUND TRIP SPECIAL August 29th FROM JUNCTION CITY and RETURN Itcv. F. T. Ilryant and Rev. W. II. Ilryant will begin a protracted meeting at White Lick Baptist church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Tennington and Dr. and Mrs. G S, Redwine are proud parents of sons born Sunday. August 2nd. Rev. Van Winkle has been conduci ng a series of meetings at Leave! Green Church. Rain interferred with attendance tu some extent. $1.50 101 TKAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITV 5:35 A. M. AtU TUicrt Agent for Particulars II. C. KING, IVs'r and Ticket Agent Lightning destroyed a large tobacco barn containing a large quantity of wheat, hay and farming implements. belonging to Clarence Green last Sat urday. The County Sunday School Conven tion held Wednesday was well attended and quite u success. Mr. Louis Vun Winkle rendered an excellent solo and en little girls made their first public appearance, in a special song. Mr, George A. Carter who has been in the Lexington Sanatorium since June TJ1 1. The body was brought here and buried Monday. Three daughters and two sons are left without a fathers care or a mothers love, his wife having died iwveral years ago. They have our sympathy and we can only point to the only true Comforter in this bereave incut as the one who can heal their wounded hearts. 11 Eat Main St., Leilngton, Ky. W. U. Hall. Master Jewell Wallace has returned from a visit to Salem Wallace, in Lexington. Mr. Arch Walker of Trinceton, was guest of his brother, Mr. the week-en- d R. J. Walker. Rev. W. M. Eldridge returned Satur-dayfro- m a two weeks visit to relatives in Columbia S. C. We handle only the highest grade coal. Our prices are low. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau Mrs. Uutdette Ramsey returned Sat urday from a visit to her mother, Mrs. Mittie Arnold in Anderson Indiana. W. II. Denton and wife of Lexington and Mrs. Delia Wo?ds of Stanford have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wallace. Dr. Frank M. Walker of Louisville came Saturday to join his wife nnd son for a visit to his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Mrs. Lewis Hlanding of South Carolina a'nd Miss Ethel Thornburg of Lex ington were the guests of Mrs. W. M. Eldridge and Miss Elizabeth Eiuridge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Jennings of Danville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. S, Haselden. Mis Mary Ellen Farlee returned Wednesday from a two weeks visit to relatives in Jessamine. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Teater have pur chased a new Overland touring car. 11 was delivered this week. Mrs. Margaret Sparks and Mrs. Charles Welch, of Nicholasville have been visiting Mrs. J. W. Glass. Mrs. John W. Bryant was suddenly stricken with appendicitis Friday after noon, on operation becoming necessary Soturdav night. She is getting along! as well as could be expected. Her sis- ter, Mrs. Sam Deatherage of Richmond Is at her bedside. Her many friends are hoping for a speedy recovery. How To Cure a Sprain. "Yes." said the confirmed player, with tears In his eyes, "1 do. If ha hadn't got In the way I'd have made that hole In one less than bogle." Judge. Census A POLITICAL GOSSIPS of American Birds. the past week. sprain may be cured in about the time required by the usual treatment by applying Chamberlain's Liniment and observing the directions with each bottle. For sale by all dtalets. A one-thir- d INVITINC.NX.I ....UbuiWu... For Sal. by Local Contractors or Cortrlght Metal Roofing Co., 50 North-- 23rd St., Philadelphia. School is progressing nicely at this place with Mr. E. E. Estridge and Miss Lennu Hallon as tcacheis. The enroll ment is the highest recorded. Our new school house is "a thing of beauty and a joy forever". It has two large, well lighted class rooms, two cloak rooms and a large porch. A cistern has been made by the porch so every thing is convenient and pleasant. Wc have one of the best, if not the best rural school buildings In the county, Dur trustee. Mr. C. S, Hoop, is Interested and en thusiastic and has his eyes open for our needs and anything to help us. He is also chairman of tlii division and has already visited a number of the schools finding that they have u good begin ning. IrCfl Ilk JLTl to meet you! STOPS SCALP ITCH AND FALLING HAIR. People whose hair looks dull and lifeless and who fjnd It growing dry, brittle, splitting at ends and coming out fast at every combing need genuine scalp invigorator and should get one without a day's delay. A little Tarlslan Sage rubbed briskly into the scalp with the finger tips twice dally will work wonders for hair of this kind' Just a few days' use and the hair becomes glossy and healthy looking, dandrutr vanishes, scalp stops itching and hair tops falling out. Tarislan Sage is more than r. hair tonic. It Is a scalp treatment and Its use means strong, beautiful hair and a healthy scalp. R, E. McRoberts and leading druggists everywhere sell Parisian Sage. It is it Glad Shake!" THIS PAPER WANTS YOU AND YOUR AND HAPPINESS FAMILY TO ENJOY PROSPERITY HERE s s a s nans' Write us your ideas about im- proving local conditions not expensive. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Woods, Miss Hnllic Royston. Mr. J. Wade Walker, BUCKEYE Mr. and Mrs. Woods Walker und fain ily. Misses Jane and Mattie Walker, Mr. Frank Kurtz spent Saturday Joht. and Author Eldridge, R. W. Es night with .Mr. Smillie Hill. Wood, Mrs. A. It. Es tridge, James Miss Fannie .Mae Miles is with her tridge a d Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Walker parents Mr, nnd Mrs. A. C. Miles. were among those who attended the Bring me your Country Hams. High-ti- t Stanford fair last week, price. W. B. Ball. Mr. and Airs. Mai Carter nnd little Not So Strange Alter All. daughter Agnes were visitors in Laniou may think it strange that so caster Monday many people are cured of stomach trou .Master Burnett Sanders has returned ble by Chambe'lain's Tablets. You home after a visit to his grandparents, would not, however, if you should give Mr. and .Mrs. Hirum Ray. them a trial. They strengthen and in Mr. and .Mrs. J. M. Anions and son vigorate the stomach and enable it to perform Its functions naturally. Mrs, James, Misses Sallie and Atticss Noel Rosie Riili, Wabash Ind., writes, attended the Stanford fair Thurtday. Mr. John Johnson and wito of Louis"Nothing did me the least good until I began using Chumberlains Tablets. ville, Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Walker and It is decidedly the best medicine for daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar h trouble I have ever used." For Ray recently. sale by all dealers. .Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gulley and little son Robert Lillard, Miss Edna Gulley. Mr. and Mrs. Lillard Miles spent Fri MT. HEBRON day with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. Mrs. Hiram Ray, Mrs Nora Teater. Mr, Edwaid Bowling, of Jackson, Mr. Willie Ray. Mrs. A. C. Miles and with his uncle, Mr. W. S. Bowling. Mr. Chas. Duncan sold some hogs to Misses Agnes and Fannie Mae Miles spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. Spivy at 8 cents pounds. Long. Bring me your country Hams. High Robert Misses Winnie and Louie Brown. Ila est price. W. B. Ball. Hill, Julia, Mayme and Mattie Calico, Mr. J, E. Montgomery and family r.mma and Lulu Smith. Leola Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Edd liula, spent Ray, Messrs Jim Sanders and George Grow. Calico spent Sunday with Miss Bar-bir- a Mr. J. E. Sherrow bought a bunch of Gulley. calves at Lancaster Monday, price un Mr. Oneal Broadus and alster Lillian. known. Mr. Melvln Tarson and sister Louie, Mrs. A. S. Dean spent the latter Miss Inas Ray, Mr. Denny Trice. Mr. part of the week with rtlutives in Dillard Sebastin, Mr. C. J. Davis and Jessamine. Mr. Clyde Sanders spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Dean, of Ilurgin Miss Lucinda Carter and brothers. were the guests of Mr. Dennie Scott Mrs. Jack Smith and daughter. Mr. and family Sunday. Will Smith and wife, Mrs. Atwood Mrs. II. It. Montgomery and son, Trocter and children of Burnln. Mr. Edward, were with Mr. Sam Johnson John Smith of Danville, Mr. Ambrose In Lancaster MonJay. Calico and family, Mr lllle Stormes. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spivy are the Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ray and daughter. proud parents of a fine baby boy, who pent Sundsy with Mr. and Mrs. Linzy arrived on the 23 Inst. Ray. recent national bird census gives about twelve hundred birds to the When one class of people has any- square mllo, or nearly two to an acre. of all the birds were thing to say. It has become largely About the custom to make a political Issue English sparrows. Out of It InatPn.t rxf i frlon.ll. .ll.m... " slon, to print It In a law book Instead A Church Census. of a newspaper and to argue It be Two hundred and twenty thousand fore a Jury Instead of to settle it In American churches sened as audithe higher courts of Common Sense. toriums for 170,000 clergymen durlne As a result, political agitators, polit1'Jll, The congregations are estimated ical lawyers, political preachers and .o have totaled 10,000.000. mascullno women are powerful in politics and dissension, selfishness. In Should Suspend Judgment. tolerance and hysterics run rampant A Detroit woman in suing for diIn public affairs, for when the low, vorce because her husband threw damp, murky atmosphere of mlsundetandlng envelops public thought money at her This Is one of Urn d It breeds political reptiles, vermin, cases where the nation should Judgment until all the details aro bugs and llco which the pure air of made known. Youngstown Telegram. truth and tho sunshine of understanding will choke to death. Wo have too many Grieving Cow Adopts Eight Lambs. Interpreters of Industry who are InThe maternal affection of a cow at capable of grasping the fundamental the .Morton Sheep company's ranch, principles of business and who at best near Douglas. Wyo , nas been satiscan only translate gossip and add fied by the adoptlon.of eight mothercolor to sensational stories. No bus), less lambs The cow grieved when ness can stand upon error and might she lost her calf, but her new family rulos right or wrong. No industry appears to please her greatly. can thrive upon misunderstanding, one-tentmis-pen- for public opinion Is more powerful than a King's sword prejudice, suspicion When and class hatred prevail, power gravitates Into tho hands of the weak, for demagogues thrive upon dissension and statesmen sicken upon strife. Tho remedy lies In eliminating the middleman the political gossip and this result can be accomplished by tho managers of business sitting around the table of Industry and talking It over with the people. Interchange of Information between Industries and the people Is as necessary to success In business as Interchange in commodities, for the people can only rule when the public understands. Away with political Interpreters who summon evil spirits from their prison cells and loose them to prey upon tho welfare of tho people In tho name of "My Country. , Too Tame to Hunt. In Scituate a icx which had been game tor the auntera released as jrovoil too tame It refused to run :rom the dog that was released against it mt ran up to one of the hunters, who took pity on It and picked It up Boston Globe Colds should be "nipped In the bud", for il allowed to run unchecked, serious results may follow. Numerous uses of consumption, pneumonia, and "'cr fatal diseases, can U . ced back (o a cold. At the first sign ol a cold, protect yourself by thoroughly cleansing your system with a lew doses ol PHILIP Philip, the Macedonian king, while drowsy with wine was trying a case and the prisoner alter seutenco was pronounced, "I appeal." exclaimed, "And to whom do you appeal!" Inquired the astonished monarch. "I appeal from Thlllp drunk to Thlllp sober," replied the prisoner, and the king granted the request and at a gave tho prisoner his liberty. The people drowsy with the wine ot discord ofttlmes pronounce a verdict on public questions wbcb they reverse in their more calm and deliberate moments. The next best thing to make-In- g no mistakes Is to correct them. THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUG- HT the old reliable, vegetable liver powder. Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, cx Madison Heights, Va., says: "I have been using Thed-ford- 's Black-Draug- ht (ot Lave told us tho same story distress niter eating, gases, heartburn. A j Yes Many People T before and after each meal will relievo you. Bold only by us 25c. R. E. McRobtrts UvnWL, Dyspepsia, Tablet a stomach troubles, indigestion, and colds, and (ind it to bo the very best medicine I ever used. It makes an old man (eel like a young one. Insist on Thedlord's, the' 7 original and genuine. m HDR9F HOGS. SUE Land Stock and Crop. two-hors- Thursday, September 23rd, 1915 AND lNIl Jf 13 nice shoats weigh about 90 pounds, three sows and pigs, 12 fat hogs ready for market. beginning at 9:30 a. m., at his late residence, one mile West of Lowell on the L. & N. Railroad in Garrard County, sell to the highest bidder the following personal property of J. R. Henderson, deceased. Two brood mares, in foal; 2 mule colts; 1 horse colt; t nine year old horse mule; 1 five year old mare mule; 2 four year old mules; 3 three year old mules, 3 two year old mules; 1 yearling mule; 1 yearling filly; 1 five year old draft mare; 1 four year 2 family horses gentle for women and children. old buggy mare; CATTLE. One Short Horn Bull; one cow and calf; one heifer, to be fresh in October; two yearling heifers. e corn planter, one steel land roller, one cutting e wagons, one buggy and harness, one hog two cuitiVators, two turning plows, one Superior wheat drill, 2 r0Wf box. Twelve stands of bees, one hand Blue Grass stripper, one set wagon harness, four sets plow gear, one large kettle and furnace, about 150 barrels new corn in heap, 200 bales of mixed hay. Some household and kitchen furniture including one Organ and old fashion corner cubbard. Many other things too numerous to mention. If not sold before, at the same time and place, we will offer the farm containing 249 acres, and known as the John R. Henderson farm, located one mile from Lowell on the L. & N. railroad, of mile from Fonso and from two to four miles of five good churches, and one and half mile of the Paint Lick Consolidated schools. This farm is well improved, having a residence of seven rooms, a large new stock barn, a five acre tobacco barn, all the necessary out buildings, a good cistern and splendid well. A tenant house on this farm of five rooms, good barn and all out buildings and good cistern. The best watered farm in Garrard county, with seven never falling springs and two large ponds and all In grass except about forty acres. It is so situated that it can be divided into three small farms, if purchasers desire. Terms made known on day of sale. Phone 357-Lancaster Exchange, for further information, write or call on two-horsone-fourth PAR1VIINO I1VIPI FlNl ENT 0ne DeerinrJ Binder, one Deerlng mowing machine, one B W. A. ft S. C. HENDERSON, ADMRS. JL1, Capt. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. IFARMER'S COLUMN ripace fctlow mil heaaini It rot trie eiclu-lT- t im ofourfarmartubtcrlbert. and li lor the aale of itock. giamaud filch ihioga od farm aa tbe farmer cauuot afford to adrer-ttM- . Mo notice will be accented over tour aloes, and will b only tti wn U.nea of tbe scoart. free of charge DINNER ON THE GROUND. STANFORD Strayed from my place about a week ago, a. black muley bull, weight about 100 lbs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Gilberts Creek, Ky. For Sale. Bull calf and yearling Jersey Bull, best Breeding. J. II. Otter, Lancaster, Ky., It. R. No. 2 Wanted a pair of second hand Fair Hcltzclaw & Rich, banks Scales. Gilberts Creek, Ky. 200 bushels of tint class seed barley Walton Moss. 'for (ale. Newton Gosney, Marksbury, Ky, Both sizes. s5ld a'bunch of cattle at $7, and some I'otatoe onions for sale. fat hogs at $7.25' C. It Henry. Klrkaville. Kv. Mr. Sweeney Morgan has 15 good mules to loan to responsible parties, For Sale:-20- 0 Phone 363 B. bushels Seed Barley. Mrs. C. A Itobinson. i Well Drilling. I am prepared to drill Wells and at any depth. Prices reasonable. Write or phone me.. II. P, Conn, Paint Lick. 4t-p- Strayed from Camp Dick Itobinson a jok Sale: Three nice buck lambs, red bull, weight about 1200 pounds. see R. K. Conn, Lancaster or II. P. It. C. Itose. Conn, Paint Lick. LOST;-Keiteer, weight about 700 r'oit Sale: One Shorthorn bull, lbs. Paint on hip. J. C. Morgan, weight about 800 pounds. Point Leaved' Ky. Rilev Ison, Marksbury Kv. Mr. V. H. Brown has a good Southdown buck he will sell worth the money. J. Wade Walker, of Garrard county, sold a pair of six year old mules to Mr. B. W. Givens, Hubble. Ky., has Richard Gentry of Boyle county, for about 800 bushels of Winter seed oats $350. These mules were about sevenfor sale. teen hands high, and will probably Stock Wanted to grate on number weigh 2,400 pounds. one grass. J. W. Miller, manager for stuffed with an unusually large feed K. E. Hughes. the morning he is to leave. This is a For seed wheat. mistake. Dennie Scott, Bryantsville, Phone For lloute Sale:-7- 5 The American Berkshire Congress bushels potato onions. Clarence Green, Paint Lick, Show for 1915 will be held at San Fran cisco in connection with the regular show of the Panama-Pacifi- c Interna- 2. tional Exposition. has 12 nice Southdown bucks for sale. Phone him at Preachers ville. J. M. Cress J. I. Hamilton, of this city has 40 young white face calves he wants to Experiments made at various experisell. ments stations show that rye meal ranks a little below corn meal as a feed for weanling calves, hogs. FOlt SALK:-Thre- e It is not deemed advisable to good ones, and 100 bushels of good hogs but in combinafeed rye Fultz seed wheat. Jerry Higglns, tion with alone to other grains and milk and pre Paint Lick, Ky. ferably as a thin slop as the dry meal One petigreed yearling and one grade forms a sticky paste in the pig's mouth. Jersey bull for sal cheap. Also 15 Topping down tbe rye In the field is young ewes, and 100 bushels of seed rye. considered to be the best way of feed E. C. McWhorter.Paint Lick, Ky ing this crop to hogs. Captain T. A Elkin want to take in aome cattle to ((raze on his farm. Plenty of grass and abundance of George W. Crawford, of Lincoln county, bought of J. W. Baughman. of the same county, last week, a pair of mules for $265. KY. RED BERKSHIRE 1 will stand my champion Boar, about ' 85 acres timothy, 45 acres bluegrass, "WADE HAMPTON" S room house, good garden, all under at Paint l ick. Ky., for' SIXTY DAYS i good fence, Fred J. Conn, lloute No. 1 water. For !tENT:-F- or year 1910, Fee 125 bustwls of a FOR SALE:-AboNo. 1. Seed Wheat of the Red Fultz This hog was first In his class, first in the Herd ring and second In the Stone Bros, Bourne, Ky. Variety. sweepstake at the Stanford Fair, Sots men think that when a pig lsl . to b shipped some distance be must be j K. J.. WALKER, FalM L1C- -. $1.50 caster were attendants at the .fair Wisted. Thursday. A six horse power gasoline engine. E. E. Patterson of Chicago, is th Miss Nancy Yesger spent Monday in Apply at this office. guest of E. J. Howenstine. Lancaster with Mrs. Hugh Bolin at Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arnold were the home of Mrs. Sam Cotton's at Good pictures, good music and a here from Richmond Thursday. Lancaster. pleasant evening at Romans Opera Miss Mary Fitch, of Vanceburg-- is Mrs. J. E. Johnson, of Pittsburg, House every night. the guest of Mrs. D. M. Walker, Pa., is the guest of her father. Col. Rememberl Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brown of Lan- George P. Bright and sister, Mrs. It you aak a favor you must be preSusan B. Yeager. fair Thursday. caster were at the One-Ha- lf pared to tract one. Rev. and Mrs Homer Carpenter and Miss Lula May Hays, of Parksville, little daughter, Eleanor Tevis. of is the guest of Miss Ethel Powell. No One Dodges It, are the guests of Dr and Mrs Miss Ruby Montgomery of Liberty, Prosperity baa spoiled many a man, J. G. Carpenter. is the guest of Mrs. J. M. Carter. but no one dodges It on that account Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cobb, Mr. and 1 st, 2nd and 3rd Grades Miss Sallie Reynolds of Mt. Vernon $ Mrs. Phelps Cobb, Mrs. Alice Lytle, is the guest of Mrs. E. J. Brown. Time to Look Out. 5th and 6th Grades of Danville were here Thursday to Miss Birdie Perkins of Crab Orchard Its time to look out when a, busi take in the fair. ness will not bear looking Into. 7th, 8th and 9th Grades is the guest of Miss Pattie Perkins. and Mrs Eugene Dunn and pretty Mr Mr and Mrs O. C. Sanders of Lancas little daughter. Miss Josephine, of Hus 10th, 11th and 12th Grades Calls. ter, were here Thursday, for the fair. tonville, are the gueit of his sister, Knowledge Is a call to action; aa Tuition due in advance. For Information addjess, George Hornet, 'of Louisville, is the Mrs Dan Traylor. Insight Into tbe way of perfection la a guest of Mr and Mrs E. T. Pence, Jr. Mrs. J. 11. McAlIster entertained on call to perfection. Newman. of Dan- Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. W. Mr and Mrs ville attended the fair the secoud day. W. Humphries, of Little Rock, Ark., Health Hint. and Miss Martha. McClary. An apple eaten before breakfast Miss Inman. of Pineville, is the guest Mrs. D. M. Walker and children serves as a natural atlmulant for tbe of her uncle, W. L. McCartv and famWeaving In China. Make Flour From Bananas. have returned home after spending digestive organs. ily. Weaving was practiced In China Experiments In Jamaica bave conparents. Judge weeks with her a thousand years before II verted the banana Into flour, the E. C. Walton is sojourning at several core than Editor and Mrs. Pugh at Vanceburg. was known In Europe. Lack of Perspective. the Elixir Springs this week taking a wholesale price of which Is said to Misses Elizabeth and Nancy Hunn Do not buy an adding machine to yield a profit so fair that tbe making rest. are the guests of Miss Elizabeth Hunn, reckon up tbe profits of a peanut of the flour may soon be a regular enMrs. Louanna Holdam, of Muskogee, Society. aunt, in LouisvilK They will go stand. Youths Companion. Society Is like a burning house; a terprise. Tbe late Sir Isaac Holden, Okla., is visiting Mrs. J. S. Rice this their returning home. to Frankfort before lot of people want to rush Into It who lived to be a centenarian, always week. whether or not there Is anybody they used banana flour. London Chronicle. Mrs. C. Hays Foster and little daughUncle Eben's Philosophy. Mrs. Walker McWhorter, of Lex"Do man dat sells de dice," said know inside. ington, is visiting Mrs. George- F. De- - ter, Jane Murrel, are at home after spending a couple of weeks with her Uncle Eben, "Is de only one dat City's Eight Psnslon Funds. Borde. New York city has eight pension O. P. Nuckols makes sure money out'n a crap game." ; parents, Dr. ar.d Mrs. In BHtlsh Law. Mrs. Marvin Merkie. of L6uisville, is funds. They are the public school Pineville. Should the eaves of a man's bouse the guest of her friends, Mrs. C. Hays at retirement fund, tbe police project over bis neighbor's land, the teachers' fund, Depends on the Bank Roll. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Perkins, Mrs. Foster. pension the fire department remay pull them down at once, acHub "Have you much shopping to latter the department of health Miss Allie Yantis has returned home W. D. Edmiston, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. cording to British law, unless they lief fund, College do today?" Wife dear. fund, the of tbe City of New after a visit to her cousin. Miss Lottie Edmiston. Mrs. Macgie Gover. Mr. How much money "I don't know,Boston bave so projected for 20 years. bavo youT" York fund, the supreme court appellate and Mrs. Wallace Gover, of Crab OrCarson. division fund, the street cleaning dechard attended the fair here Thursday. Transcript. Gill Cooper, Misses Rob and Mary partment fund, and the city of New Pests Always With Us. Barytes mines hrve been reof Danville were here Cooper Penny, The "When a large crowd la trying te York employees' retirement fund. One Advantage of Wealth. Harry D. Frye, opened on the farm of Thursday. If a man has a fair wad of money, get out of a ball, sighs a Central Mrs J. S. Owsley returned Friday near Hubble. A Lexington firm is in the folks will denounce him. but they Branch editor, "did you ever notlc havPeople One "Rune Across." morning from Franklin where she'v has charge of the mining operations, will usually call him mister, li not col- how tbe ones In tbe doorway like to "I don't Itko people I run across ing leased the mineral rights from Mr. onel. visit V Kansas City Star. been visiting. Houston Post, women, especially, I should be a at $1 a ton. Miss Sabra Katherino Walker, h Frye nervous ghost by tbla time If I had Don't Forget to Live. Sam Fisher of this city, happened to visiting relatives and friends In Lanstopped to like people. Fancy all ona'a Balm for Little Women, Prepare to live by all means, but for chance encounters, turning Into pulls a very painful accident Sunday aftercaster this week. Tbe fine little woman wbo weighs neaven'a sake do not forget to live. on one's affection like tbe ropes the Miss Lillian Cochran of Lancaster, noon, while on his way to Danville. only one hundred pounds can tbask You will never have a better chance, Lilliputians tied round Oulllver. If was tbe guest of her aunt Mrs. W. S, He was riding a bicycle when he was her start that she Is on earth. If aha than you bave at present. You may I had been Oulllver, should have overtaken by an auto and knocked off resided on Mars she would weigh only think you will have, Fish for the fair. you are mis- gone mad. I'd rather be tied with but, Ualveston News. his wheel and one wheel of the machine thlrty-elghtaken. Arnold Bennett Miss Katherine Harris Is at Lome one stout steel cable than with a milHe was bruised to Miss Pearl Dick ran over his ankle. lion thresuts." Scrlbner! Maglno, after a short visit greatly. He was taken to Danville, rson at Lancaster. When You Sponge Clethss. Where Rallrosd Ties Come From. . ..U .. I. ...atul.r nil naMHirv R f . Tbe troublesome rings which often The place from which more railroad, Misses' Lena, Mary Dee, Ruth and entlon. The number of the machine, appear on clothes after tbey bave been tie are shipped than from any other tenanted Valparaiso. Margaret Beck of McKInney were here which was a Ford, was 3257. The nlgfe view of Valparaiso from can In tbe United State 1ssmU Springs. sponged with gasoline or naphtha fair Thursday. for the Mo., In the Ozarfcs. Tie bewers are the Uleonlns ot the cliff dwellers Is The K. P. Fair last week was only be avoided by adding a couple of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Dunn, Mr. and of table salt to the cleans- paid from 12 to 16 centa a tie, accord- one ot tb great sights ot the world. held two days on account of so much The vast sickle of the shore lit for Mrs. Walter Dunn, of Danville, ating to the hardness ot the wo rain. The lust dav was declared off ing fluid. nearly two bondred thousand people, tended the fair Thursday. Saturday after the hard storm until the score of ocean vessels lying at Miss Virginia Given, of Harrodsburg Thursday night, but Saturday was just i Hie Desire. Mere Convenient Now. snohor, a bar bo? lights, the sieving was the guest of Misses Marion and as bad. so it was decided by the officers Is good newi that cornea frosa "I'm going down to the hotel,'' said vrenuM be w from which risass MelIt Mat Grimes for tbe fair. that it was best to Denver, where a doctor baa discovered old man Ilentover, "to consult that lowed Oat soar of nocturnal tisssTs nf l Via water under the meessVtfstt B. Estrldge, of declare the fair oyer. 'There was a a method of weighing' a-- man's bead 'ere celebrated surgeon, who adverMr. and Mrs. A. ' Paint Lick and also Mr. and Mrs. E. splendid display ot stock on the ground, without removing It d from his body,, tise to perform operations sjttlrely. and the sssrkorlton ot the UllmKaUel way-bacertain dla-- without pain. I want to get;fclm to Paclflo iroetee an effect of enchant-Jssn- t C. McWhorter, were here Thursday, and what Dromised to be one of the The' advantage; especially to tbe man most cut on? my worthiest son lsUaw." fwmrd Klsworth Ross' -- South ' Mrs Pools Perkins and mother, Mrs greatest fair ever held in Lincoln Co, Interested. Pittsburgh Sun, Judge. of Vyumm." Mrs Canter of Lan was blasted on account of the rain. Sanders, Prof and . Lancaster Graded Schools Session Opens Aug 30 Year. 9.00 $12.00 $18.00 $25.00 Rates on Tuition per e, 4th, I3urt.-Colem- an E. W. HARRIS, Treas. - V. g ..ani-l.tln- I J