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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 2, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915090201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 2, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE XEMMOA, UmARNlSffED DEMOtliACY AND (WOI (WVERNStENl. rWKNTY SIXTH TtAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 2, 1915. Hand Us That.$. WANTED NUMBkR 22. 5000 DOZEN EGGS LABOR DAY CELEBRATION CALLED See our "Money Maker" t Commercial Club Meets Tonight. : Safe Silage Cutter, GOOD DEALERS Never be afraid of catch cold from a hower of curli. GIVEN AWAY AT THE REX. "The Idlers." at Ilomans Opera On Friday night Sept 10th will give Home Saturday It'i a Fox Feature. away seven pounds or Nunnally s finest aska a candy. Gel coupons with each Cc pur !1 "Where U the Ideal .i mil n i .l iu. chase at The Puritan i also with each US I prumineni lecturer, in ui teuni .yiifc- - ticket at the Rax. I ing kindling moit likely. Fresh Efgs 17c, extras candled l?c II. II, No rthcott. OFF. wlf" The Labor Day celebration which j was planned for the beginning of the Paint Lick High School has been called off, owing to the fact that the speakers could not leave their schools, as all of them are to organize on this a ay. m IftJ SELL THEM, tVom..l( men. I. Hun Innr... than CAREFUL MEN BUY THEM. All Slzea from 3i Horse Power up. This comes of their keeping their W sre Indebted to Mr. S. S, Long age a secret. Death doesn't kcow for a half dozen mammoth apples. The whin to call for them. six apples weighed six and a quarter It Is only 100 days before Christmis. pounds which Is good weight for six That Is accurate. It Is time enough to cantaloupes. We can attest that the do your Christmas shopping and do a quality was as good as the quantity. great deal of fall shopping. SOME APPLES. CHEAP RATES BY PARCEL POST. Automatic Safety Yoke, "Always Ready" Disenable Trucks carry a Complete Cutter on Skids. Saves time, freight and storage. CONN BROTHERS. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Ask for Auto Tickets given on old and new accounts. Also with each dollar cash purchase. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33 GOOD FARM "TheGIr I Left Hehind Me." a Fox production featuring the beautl The J. A. Doty farm located ful Claire Whitney at Romans Opera Point Leavell and" advertised In this is- cents. House, Thursday night. Six Reels. sue of the Record, will be sold next Start your children right by seeing Thursday, the sale beginning promptly GOOD PLAY AT SCHOOL that they attend school from the be- at 1:30 o'clock. This is considered one You of tne most productive farmes in the ginning to the end of the term. AUDITORIUM SEPT. 10 th. owe them a good education and they county and Ilea within a few hundred yards of the L & N station. The Senior Christian Endeavors are get It if you see that they are in can preparing an excellent home talent play school. to be given at the School Auditorium DAKOTA JACK AT HOME. Prof. T. J. Coates, State supervisor Sept. 10th. The Society has secured Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Pursley arrived at a price of twenty dollars royalty. of rural schools, hit the nail squarely on the head In a recent speech on rural home Saturday after a protracted stay the use of the play, "The Elopement education before the teachers of Jeffer- in Virginia and other southern cities. of Helen." Notwithstanding the ex son county. "What the farm does to Dr. Pursley is the sole proprietor of pense of staging such a play, the the farmer and not what the farmer the famous "Dakota Jack" remedies prices will be very reasonable. Reserdoes to the farm is the main question and he reports a thriving business with ved seats, 35 cents; Admission, 25 cents; in educational agriculture," said Prof. his wonderful preparations while on his All school children 10 cents. Coates. "It is not what the farmer's past advertising tour. Dr. Pursley is wife does to the kitchen, but what the a firm believer in the printers ink and BUCKEYE POSTOFFICE kitchen docs to the farmer's wife." is not ashame to let the people know Here Is the lesson In n nutshell for through the columns of the press the DISCONTINUED. those who believe thev carry a respon- wonderful cures that have been effectsibility for their fellowmen in present ed through his valuable remedies. Postmaster Brown received official and in future. No man knowing the Watch for his advertisements and the notice from the "powers that be" at emptiness of many farm people's lives testimonials as they appear from time Washington, last Monday morning into time in the columns of this paper. of aught save the most exacting forming him that the post office at Buckeye would be discontinued Septem ber 15th. This will prove quite an inQUINCE MAHAN convenience to some of the patrons at ELECTION COMMISSIONERS. Buckeye and will neccessitate them Mores To Hoosier Stale. Judge A. D. Ford has been appoint putting up rural route boxes so that Mr. J. Q. Mahan. who for the past ed Democratic Election Commissioner their mail may be served by B. C. five years has lived In the countv, where and R. II. Batson has been appointed Ford, who manipulates route No. 3. Republican Commissioner of Garrard he has made many friends, has just Patrons of the CENTRAL RECORD purchased a farm near Paris Crossing, who Countv. are now receiving their paper at Ind., and has moved with his family to Buckeye should notify this office where his new home. Mr. Mahan is a splenGOOD RECORD to send paper in the future, otherwise did gentleman and his friends here at It will go by route No. 3, if you have to give him up. Mr. G. M. Lvona returned Friday provided a box to receive it. from Cincinnati where he has been buy ing goods for bis store. He made toe POWELL. return trip of a hundred and twenty MERCHANTS Beginning September 1st., packages sent by parcel post can be insured at a very nomlnol figure that it would be fully upon the part of the sender hit to take advantage of it. Packages to IS1 the value up to G. can be insured for 3 cents, up to the value of $25, for five cents, up to the value of $50, for ten near cents, up to the value'of $100, for 25 1 Let Us Have Your Order for a (r Automobile iifijj) I mP FORD AUTOMOBILE We are expecting a Car Load any day. HASELDEN BROS. ) M Tickets Given With Cash Purchase. Every HI IE 1C& VISIT LYON'S BUSY CASH SHOULD 1 SCHOOL BOOKS. I He Birdetle fowtll, Leafof Omt of (torn- miles In his five rassentrer Ford. HAVE BARGAIN DAYS. there were Ave people in the car and rille, Dies Fellowiij an Attack of the trip was made in six hours on six Iaauturate A Bariain Each Moth. Re gallons of gasoline. Topieid Ferer. STORE tails Will Be Sarprisit. when all HORSES FOR ARMY. Mr. W. G. Burton shipped 27 horses to Cincinnati this week to be Inspected for the English army, for which he Mr. paid an average of $104. a head. Burton will be in Stanford next Tues day to buy more horses and those hav ing any for sale would be wise to have them there on that?day. We have all the State TABLETS. SATCHELS. PENCILS. Ma LUNCH BOXES 5 CHANGES LOCATION. Mr. Rurdette Powell, one of the best known citizens of Hustonville, died at his home in that place Saturday, fol lowing an attack of typhoid fever. Ha had been critically ill several days. Deceased was forty-on- e years of age and was a son of Mr. Smith Powell He was a devoted member of the Christian church. Deceased is sur vived by his wife and two children. The burial took place Sunday after noon In the Hustonville cemetery. In ordering his paper changed from McRoberts Drug Store. Findley, 0., to Westervillevthat state. Henry Duncan, formerly a local color ed barber here, states that he is pleas ed with his new location and now owns a nice home, with shop in connection and would be pleased to serve any of his old customers should they happen to pass through that city. EMBRY Mrs. Jennie Simpson Embry died at the home of hereon, Robert Embrv, this (Thursday) morning at five o'clock. Just with the awakening life of a new day she went to sleep like a tired child. coming of the morning and It was just as the birds carolled the just as the eastern sky was tinted with a sheen of glory, the pure spirit took its flight heavenward. She ran the journey of her life in sixty-fiv- e years, having been born near Lancaster in 1850, in the house in which she afterwards established a home of her own and lived all of her married life. In 1871 she married Samuel Embry of Richmond, who died two years ago. Mrs. Embry was known to every one as the highest type of Christian womanhood. The beautifying influence of a pure religion spread over her life and character. Her retiring nature led her to hide her best qualities from the public gaze, but they were revealed to those who knew her, yet it was in her home that her true worth She had been a was most conspicious. kind and loving daughter, a devoted wife, a fond mother, her devotion to the family circle had no limit. Her life was gentle, but like the still waters, it was deep, a woman of heroic mould in bravely meeting the stern requirements and often the disappointment of life. It is sad to give up one whose iniluence was always for good, who by precept and example at all times spread abroad the blessed inliuence of godly living, but because life and love are stronger than death she is still ours. She is still the mother of the devoted boys, whom she loved with such clinging fondness, still the fond grandmother, and may she not by this very transition welld over them a stronger force for goodness and truth than ever before. For the Sabbaths of earth she now enjoys the Sabbaths of heaven. She now awaits and watches at the heavenly gate for the coming of her loved ones. She leaves to mourn her loss two sons, Messrs Robert T. and Will S. Embry and four grand children, liert, William, Samuel and Ruth Embry. Funeral services will be at the home, tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock, aftar which she will be tenderley laid to rest in our Silent City beside her husband and other loved ones gone EXCURSION. have arranged round-triexcursion rates on all lines to Richmond whire the Robin son Famous Shows exhibit on Sept. 7th. Don't fail to avail yourselt of the op s portunity of seeing the only trained animal show in America today. Remember that $10,000 have been ex pended by the Robinson Shows in pa rade features alone. The Robinson Famous Chows p first-clas- the mVrchants In Lancaster are issuing tickets on every cash save (or automobiles and other valuable prizes that will be given away in a few months, it strikes us that a BARGAIN DAY once a month in Lancaster, would be quite an innovation to the public and in the end prove satisfactory to the merchants. Let the merchants get together and stipulate one day in every month as BARGAIN DAY, the result will be surprising. On each of these days let each merchant have a "leader" a hat, a pair of shoes, asuit of clothes, aplow, a wagon, a cooking stove, a barrel of salt, anything that should come in his line of business and sell this special article at cost for that day only. You will thes see your trade greatly in, creased, for the crowds who come seek, ing the bargains, will purchase many articles they otherwise would not have done. TRY IT MERCHANTS. IT WILL PAY; Wm. Fox presents Claire Whitney in "The Girl I Left- - Behind Me" at Romans Opera House, Thursday 2nd. season Just at this and : Secure Automobile Tickets With Each Cash Purchase. G. M , LANCASTER. - LYONS. KENTUCKY. 31 II IE 1L The Place For 1 ft To INSURE In a Leading I M o-en-t. VOTE FOR TOM BALLARD. For Sheriff ' Bargains. BUGGIES, P ., '7' 5 Such as the Springfield Fire and Marine. r AIJI'I'AI .Hl II I.I if II l.l ll American Company sSr NEW CLERK Mr. J. E. Dickerson has recently se. cured the service of Mrs. Annie Uailey,' of Stanford, as saleslady and she will assume her duties in a few days. Mrs, Dalley comes highly recommended, hay. Ing had quite a little experience and is well and prominently connected in this and Lincoln county. She will be glad to welcome her friends and relatives in her new quarters, THOMAS ELKIN. To the voters of Garrard County:- is generally known that the late Curt A. Robinson was elected sheriff of Garrard county by one of the largest majorities ever given any man, and that George T. Ballard Jr., was his chief deputy, George T. Ballard Sr., his father, being a partner with Mr. Robinson in the emoluments or fees of the office. If Mr. Ballard is elected It 1 Contractors and Dealers W We carry every thing lu (he builder's line suchjas SELLS PROPERTY. Hughes & Swinebroad, the local real estate dealers, sold this week for G. A. Swinebroad, the Shugars property on Danville atreet, to Mr. Jake Trumbo, for 2800, possesslou to be given January first. tMr. Isaac Trumbo will occupy the house later, he and his family having recentlyjmoved Into town and are now living In the Sam Johnston house on Danville atreet. NEW 1 Rough and Dressed Lumber, Ooors, 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. I P H PAVEMENTS. 3 A.H.Bastin&Son LA The Lancaster Christian Church Is having new concrete pavement laid In front of their property on Stanford Street. A new pavement Is also being laid In front of the Gulley House adjoining the Christian Church. This Improvement adds materially to the appearance of the streets and it Is hoped that In the near future we will have concrete pavements throughout the town. The work is btlng done by L. E. Rsrroa. for the two years, yet remaining of the term, he is pledged, and justly so, to give the widow of Mr. Robinson half the profits or fees of the office, which as certainly belong to her as any property he left her. The truth is, an office is a most sacred property right, being bestowed by the people, the high est authority, and it would be the grossest injustice to deprive the holders of such property of their rights. It is not believed that the votera of Garrard county will overlook the principles of justice and equity in this race. If the office belonged to Robinson and Ballard before Mr. Robinson's death, the remainder of the term, belongs to Ballard and Mr. Robinson's widow. If the votera will calmly consider this, as a matter of right and justice, thqy will not recall or revoke what they have done, and Tom Ballard will be elected by an overwhelming majority. Fair Play. TO LEASE. WAGONS, Stoves, Ranges, Paints, Oils, all kinds of Roofing, Harness,. Collars, Rope, Collar Pads, Hitch Ropes, Plows, Hay Frames, Scoop Boards and various other things at Bargains. 1st. class Garage, In desirable location, or will hire good man on salary. W. W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Kcitucky. J. ROMANS. Page 2 The Central Kecord, Thursday Sept 2, 1915. A Tuesday, September 14th, 1915. HORSES, MULES, CATTLE, HOGS AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS. two-year-old LAND and TOCK Beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., on the premises two and one-ha- lf miles West of Bryantsville and one mile of Bright's Bend pike, sell to the highest bidder, my farm containing about 79 acres, more or less and known as the Smith Williams farm which also includes about 4 acres known as the Granville Mason place. This farm is well improved with four room frame house and all necessary outbuildings, including a new 6 acre tobacco barn well watered, under good fence and about 50 acres now in grass and remainder in cultivation. This land promile of good school. At same time will sell the following: duces good tobacco, hemp, corn and within one-ha- lf d bay saddle horse, 1 bay Stallion by Chester Dare, 1 mules, 3 weanling mules, bay horse, 1 pair One yearling sorrel colt, 1 2 weanling colts, 1 Jersey heifer, 10 stock hogs weight 100 to 125 pounds, 3 sows and pigs. One Deering binder 1 Deerlng mower, 1 two horse wogon, 1 spring tooth harrow, 1 riding disc turning plow, 3 double shovel plows. TERMS OF SALE: The land will be sold on the following ternu; One-thir- d cash, balance in three equal payments due in one, two and three years from January 1st, 1016 bearing 6 per cent. Terms of personalties made known on day of sale. Possession given January 1st, 1916 with seeding privilege this fall. eighl-year-old six-year-old three-year-ol- Mrs. Sallie A. Maret, Qamp Nelson, Ky. A. IBI Mrs. R. M. Carpenter of Newcastle Ind. is the guest of her father, Mr. John W. Eads and family. About one cantaloupe out of every so Mrs. Will Davis and children of Sommany is edible. erset, are the guests of her fatner, It is hard to tell a good contaloupe Mr. John Beck at McKinney. from looking at its weatherboarding Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Shugars and son than it is for a green hand to tell a W. K. Jr., were the guests of Misses mushroom. Cantaloupes would come under the Sugars at Richmond Sunday. Mrs. S. E. Owsley, of Louisville, head of games of chance were it not for the fact that there is so little rhance. who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. When f cantaloupe is good it is a J. B. Jones has returned home. dream. Mrs. Marvin Merkie, of Louisville, When it's bad it's a nightmare. returned home Tuesday after a visit to There is an old proverb about some- her friend Mrs. C. Hays' Foster. thing's depending "on whoso ox is Miss Sallie Reynolds, of Mt. Vernon, gored." has returned home after spending a But you can tell by studying the faces few days with Mrs. E. J. Brown. of any herd of breakfasters whose Mr. and Mrs. John II. Shanks, of cantaloupe is gourd. Columbus, Ga., have been the guests MemWe once saw a grocery sign in of her mother. Mrs. Lelia B. Cook. phis, "Roquefort Melons." Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones are the And when we stopped and guffawed loudly at it, an anxious clerk came out guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. and made inquiry as to our merriment. H. Norman, at Walter near CincinNext time we went by it said, nati. Mrs. Hugh Noe and children left this "Uockyford." The Uockyford melons raised on clay week for Springfield where they will soil in Kentucky from squash seed are visit relatives and friends for several of a different flavor from tho3e raised days. in Colorado. Mrs. A S. Price and daughter, Miss Birdie McClure have been the guests of Acute Indigestion. Col. anil Mrs. R. H. Bronaugh at Crab "I was annoyed for over a year by Orchard. Mrs. J. G. Wcathcrford has returned attacks of acute indigestion," writes Mrs. M. J. Gallagher, Gtneva. N. Y. home from Nashville, where she has "I tried everything that was recom- been the guest of friends for several mended to me for this complaint but weeks. nothing did me nvich good until about Mrs. W. B. Long, of Los Angles, four months ago I saw Chamberlain's Cal.. and Mrs. W. S. Bogart, of CinTablets advertised and procured a bot- cinnati, have been the guests of Mrs. tle of them from our druEgist. I soon W. M. Fields. realized that I had gotten the right Dr. and Mrs. Brudette Ramsey have thing for they helped me at once. Since returned to their home at Paint Lic taking two bottles of them I can eat after a visit to their daughter, Mrs. heartily without any bad effects." Sold John Bright. by all dealers. Mrs. Annie Newland was called to Lexington on account of the illness of STANFORD her daughter, Mrs. Marvin Adams, who is quite ill. Howard Newland spent several days Mrs. Sam Deatherage and daughter. last week in Cincinnati with friends. Miss Ellen Mav Deatherage. of Rich- Little Miss Sarah Uunn is the guest mondhave been the guests of Mrs. of Miss Isabella Reynolds at McKinney Robert Tevis Bruce. Mrs. Joseph Coffey, who has been Miss Lucy Lee Walton entertained quite ill for about a week, remains very the Dixie Rook Club on last Thursday ill. afternoon at her home on Lancaster Mrs. W. S. Fish is visiting relatives Street in a pleasing manner. and friends In Garrard county this Mr. and Mrs. Lee Elkin ai.d children week. of Louisville are the guest of his sisE. It. Hutchings, ofjr.ear Lexington, ter, Mrs. R. M. Newland. They also was here this week attending to some visited relatives in Lancaster. business matters. Mrs. Joseph E. Johnston, of PittsMiss Emma Noe, of Hopklnsville has burg Pa who has been the guest of returned to her homo after a visit to her father, Col. George P. Bright and Miss Bertha Jean I'enny. sister, Mrs. Susan B. Yeager, has reMr. and Mrs. Thomas II. Eads and turned home. children, of Crestwood, are here visitMiss Miss Ellen Ballou accompanied ing relatives and friends. Lissa Holtzclaw, Mary Moore Raney, Mrs. Suiau B. Yeager and father, Harry Reinhart and Mrs. Will Scott to Col. George I". Bright are visiting Mrs, Cincinnati, where they will enter the T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. IF THEY COULD SPEAK. By WILLIAM CANTALOUPES. Mr. and Mrs. C. Hays Foster and visitor, Mrs. Marvin Merkie, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Bev-- 'l erly Rout motored to Graham Springs Sunday night for supper. Col. T. D. Marcum, sf CattletUburr, spent several days here last week with He his daughter, Mrs. E. C. Walton. went from here to Louisville, where he will spend several days before going to the Panama Exposition. The garden party given by Mrs. William Shanks on last Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. E. C. Walton, was one of the loviest social affairs that has been given in thi3 city this summer. The Uwn was perfectWhen the ly beautiful with flowers. guests arrived they were served punch The by Airs. Susan Fisher Woods. feature of the afternoon was a flower contest, which when properly answered made the name of thn guest of honor. guests. There were seventy-fiv- e J. ACKER. If they could speak, those dumb beasts as they lie. On battle-field- s where war has laid them low. What would the horses tell us ere they die? What bitthr grief do these mute sufferers know? at henrt for humankind. Nor crave the v aught, forsooth, but what thev need; And man has taught them but to love They hold no hate and mind. That is what n lot of pcoplo tell "I Don't Feel Good" Usually their bowels only need cleansing. nJ will do the trick and make you feel fine. Wo know this positively. Take one toai&Ut. Sold only by us. 10, ceata.g R. E. McRobtrts Ofttimes in servitude to his own greed. Not glory lures them to the battle-fielNor foolish pride that rails at fancied wrong; Thev are but thoughtless beast and can but yield The while they feel the fetters of the throng. then, methlnks, those eyes so filled But with pain. Ere yet the glaze of death has rob bed their sight. Have known full well how hellish and d how vain That carnage is an argument for right. Green meadows would they call the fields of glory, And brave ones those who help make strong the weak, And love and service then would be the story Of those dumb beasts, It they could only speak. argument never is convincing to anyone who has even a slight acquaint. anceship with the class identified with breeding nnd racing. Everyone who FUNERAL DIRECTOR knows anything about the turf knows that the star performer is idolized for Olllce Over National Bank. achievement, and that the owner shares Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 1TJ and affecwith the stable boy reipecl LANCASTER. KY. tions tor the turf king, or queen, which Breeders of is purely sentimental. OFFICE thoroughbreds tako less interrstin trotters than in runners, and vice versa, CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. Residence Phone J hut horsemen of all kinds and millions Office Phone 50 For All Kinds of who are not horsemen share admiration KY. LANCASTER. of any horse which stands at the top of its class. The erection Jof a tomb to Nancy Hanks doej not proceed from Jovcr essee timation of the Importance of prominent horses in the view of the race going public, as well as in the view of the .breeders, and the larger public which has a newspaper acquaintanceB. W. Morrow, Orutluute ' ship with turf notables. There wil il.UM Killed fat itucl' arcMrcl Phone ra' Office Hours ? be among the pilgrims to Hamburg i ltnl-7to0roj Place many person who do not own who wi 1 horses or attend races, but :M. K. Denny and W.A. Wheeler regard the memorial to a famous trotI ting mare as reflecting at once a credDoctors Of Denial Surgery. itable sentiment toward the mare and Fine Cut Flowers. Offlc. -- 5si.run Hnllilliisafri Hurl A Xatti a right estimate of popular interest on. uiuiiuierfiofe. in horses whose speed and stamina M. . LANCASTER. KENTUCKY; have made their name?, household i words and contributed to the literature of their period synonyms for qualties valued far beyond sporting D. and breeding circles Courier Journal CARDS.! inimiiotiinmntiwwH J. ff Beazlev Or. J. S. GILBERT. ROUGH LUMBER, G.C. COX, Manse.Ky (J;j(cb Honakers H. John McRoberts. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Dr. Wm. Pryor, STOP AT OUR Paint Liok, Kentucky John Office nt Rniney Lancaster. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. n Livery Stable. Kentucky ft .11. Casey, I). V. II. Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Cincinnati Veterinnrv College. Office at V. II. Hurtcn's Sale Stahle, NiRht Phone 211. THE TOMB OF NANCY HANKS HARRY JACOBS; Manufactmer umi Denier in High-Class Don't stop me! I'm hurrying to make that Special Train Sept. 4th for the last excursion of the year tc St. Louis Lv. New Albany, " 4th, 10:22p.m. " Sth, 7:31a.m. Arr. St. Louis, I want to spend Sunday and Labor Day in the Big City. Lv. Louisville, Sept 4th, 10:00 p.m. ROUND TRIP I Tickets good to leave St. Louis on any train up to and including 9;4 p. m. Monday. Sept. 6th. $5 .oo South-Se- Southern Rai lway of the t Local Ticket Agent or writs to W. R. Rice In Louisville. College of Music, B. H. Todd, D. P. A., Louisville, Half way between Jerusalem and Bethlehem, at the side of the road, stands the tomb of Rachel. Hero pious Jew and pious Moslem meet upon neutral ground, the Jew uncovering his head, Uh Moslem removing his sandals, each as ernest as the other in expressing his veneration. So it will be witn turfmen at the tomb of Nancv Hanks on Ham burg Place, where she was sheltered, fed and honored during her declining years by J. E. Madden. The turfman whose creed celebrates the virtues of the thoroughbred will be us ready to make a pilgrimage to the tomb of the great trotting mare as will be the man who stakes his faith upon and centers his affections in the trotter. There is a good deal of sentiment among lovers of fast horses. Now and again when a crusade against the gambling and gamblers at the race track is in full swing turfmen are pictured as gamblers who utilize hor ses as devices and whose only interest in improving the breed Is improving the speed for purely sordid ends. The GARAGE When Good in Monuments. Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Complete Accessories. STRAWBERRY line of Tires. PLANTS Stanford, Original Designs nnd Prompt Service. Guaranteed Quality, Connections at all Granite nnd Marble Quarries. Oilico nnd Works on Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays Telephone 101. Everything in Automobile Fruitand Shade Traes Our first oiTerinii of the remarkable Kentucky. TO at MONEY LOAN Frestolite Service. MITCHELL & Mammouth Pearl Potato Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue, No Agts SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 121. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington. 1841. on Farm Lands. For particulars see Five Per Cent Danville, Ky. Kentucky. 1916 W. F. CHAMP. Citizens National Dank. Lancaster, Ky ltd- - The Central Record, Thursday Sept 2 1915. j CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. i ;'; AUTUMN COMFORT. Serviceable Coat to Re place the Silk Sweater. f f . t The Kind You Have auoiiulj rtuttiSVi slmllnilnrtihciboilanlll-liniJMicSioanduaadlJoHdiof Always Bought mm As executor of J. A. Doty, I will offer for sale Page 3 Bears the Signature of IYomotes Disltonflwrfii- IWSS nnrl RMTmistni nrktr upiuniiorptoiu: rwrjfiacru nurjiAncuTic. w--w- AW at Point Leavell, Ky. on In WonnaromTiiskjnjJomw Arirrfrr I I mr dv for Cbmfl Hon. Sour Stotvrh.l)UntM A Use For Over Iv s ncssfinlLossorSLUP. Taciimlr Slfoararecf ... Thursday, Sept. 9th, 1915 (Lraisljinai3 A HCW DEHK1X. Tur. CcNTAt'n Comtasx; NEW YORK. Thirty Years S CASTORIA Etact Copy oi Wrapper. This roucli ntnl rmriy coat supplants summer's light wraps, contrasting their frivolity with It mannish correctness. ThN belt npivnrs to take the iidriual lliii- A nml keep It. COAT. CRETONNE Smart. How to Make One at Home That Looks Tim girls nt n summer resort where everjlwdy known everybody eUo ore, as a rule, wry clni-nlsmid dress as much alike as li'ns. Tho mlnutu ono of their nutiiU-- r appears wenrlni! Homcthlng a littlo nut of tho ordinary It Is tho signal for every other girl to set tho same thing, with n alight modltlcatlon per .Ww - BE IN A POSITION TO SHIP YOUR HAY TO THE BEST MARKETS The best prices prevail in localities where little hay is Kiown and where there is a limited amount of storage space. Ualcd hay can be readily shipped and occupies only one-fift- h the space required to store loose hay. Our line of International Motor Hay Presses includes Bale Chamber with I II C P. Engine. Bale Chamber with I II C lCx 4 or P. Engine. 17x22-inc- h Bale Chamber with I II C P. Engine. International Motor Hay Presses will bale more hay in a given length of time than any other press of equal size. togpe joint plunger, power jack, bale The tension and spring roller tucker arc features worth looking into. Drop in and sec us the next time you arc in town. 14x a, 4, or 18-inG-C-C-self-feed- Instead of resenting tlto fact that you oti "nort o swell up with pride" that they like hat, frock or cont well enough to want others like It b When I first noticed this fact I I'd to bu tho execptlou to the rule and not ho u "copy cat." hut this year my resolution was broken. Tho cause of my fall from grace was Ollvo Howell's cretonne coat Sho wore It one evening to tho Camp-Iwlla white lingerie lawn party frock, and It seemed such a practical summery garment ami so simply mado that I Just couldn't resist the temptation' to duplicate It. Mother bought a generous supply of cretonne and chlntx twfore we came here to redecorate the cottage, nnd there were yards nnd yards left. So I hail a vision of Cicely "togged out" In a coat made from tho leavings of tbo blue guest room, and I mailc one from the scran left from tbo hangings and cushions In mother's room. Olive lent us her coat to use as a pattern, nnd wc soon bad ours well under way. It had to be cut rather llko a smock, hanging full from tho shoulders to form deep folds about the nro "copied,", hap. at l:30p. m. the following property 227 acres of land with 8 room house, in good repair, 2 good stock barns, 2 buggy houses, and all necessary out buildings, good fencing, plenty of water and in good state of cultivation. pair of aged mules, 75 acres growing crop of corn, binder, mowing machine, cultivator, 3 wagons, wheat drill, hay rake, roller, cutting harrow, dragharrow, 3 turning plows, double- shovel and other to-w- it: 1 1 - farming implements. Terms made known on day of sale. or s' ALEX DOTY, Exr. at same time and place sell 96 acres of land located infront of the 227 acre farm with 4 room house, blacksmith shop barn and other out buildings, well fenced and in high state of I will also Recker, PHONE 27. fallard 8c BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. Scott, liandoffheSkv A of Ashevillc, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxuway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junolusku), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. WAY up in the mountnins of Western North Carolina are the beautiful and attractive resorts Spend your vacation nt one of these cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion tickets are on sale daily, good until October 31st, via hem. I mado mine slightly different from Olive's by shorteulug the coat In front and making n simare rolk-- down collar Instead of a rounded one. Just by wny of a little contrast I used plain cream colored cretonne for tho bolt, cuffs and collar, fastening the belt with n flat button covered with the plain material. Tho sleeves caused iih n lot of trouble, for I had cut them too wide to nt tho armholo without gathering them n trifle. ThU fullness seemed to spoil the coat, so I had to rip them out nfter having finished tbem with three rows of machine stitching nnd cut them b mailer. Then I added n putch ticket to ono side and strapped all tho seams with beam binding to give tbo Insido of the coat n neat appeamtH-c- . Olive's coat is fastened with whtto frogs made of braid, but ns I had nothing of tho sort hero I had to Improvise fastenings from bullet buttons of whtto porcelain rlppctt from my linen frock and narrow strips of plain cretonne. I attached a button to each end of a string and slipped It through tho buttonholes embroidered on each sldo of tho front I'lvo of tliose fasteners were needed to close tho cuut. There Is no end to tho wear ono can get from n coat of this tyiv, for whenever they become sotted nonp and water will make them llko new. A Col-leg- o Ulrl, The Sick Abed Lady. cultivation. ALEX DOTY, Lancaster, Ky. Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer, Cnambcilain's Colic, Cholera hoea Remedy. and Diarr- DOUBLY PROVEN CARTERS VILLE. Southern Railway I South- - s allowed at all points. Three special Low Rate Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. Stop-over- For full Information set Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or write O. II. Todd, District Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES hev There Is nothing so tasty for an In valid, thinks nurse, (ban cream toast Mako thlu slices of golden brown toast, crisp and dry. Place tho slices In a wire sieve and steam tuft over hot water. Then butter and put In a soup plate about thrvo slices cut In half. Over tlwni pour white Bauee. Mako this by heating a cupful of milk In a double boiler and then adding two tablcsiKMnfuls of Hour rubbed Into two tablespoon fuls of butter. Cook gently over a low heat until tlto flour has lost Its starchy taste. Season with salt and pepper and servo very hot Such a dish loses Its appetizing qualities If It Is not hot when served, so It bould bo carefully covered In transit from tho kitchen to the luvalld's Saaaaafaaaaaaaaaaafl mads hie nam famous all over tho United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. IWey's Indian Httbe-- tJ Dsrs' Treatment, II .00 . 5 Dakota Jack's Cowbor Liniment 25s Dakota jack's Crcme Soap, Pike 10, 3 bars ,'JX ON tAUS AT CASTORIA For lofaatt and Childrea DAKOTA JACK The Nwtbwctttm Cowboy C. C. & J. E. Stornes and R. E. McRocerts. In Us oniatNATon op rURSUY'S INDIAN HERBS Fr Ovr 30 Yars Lancaster Readers Can No Longer Doubt advised the 'toys' when they enthe Evidence. listed for the Spanish war to take Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarrThis Lancaster citizen testified long hoea Itemedv with them, and have re ceived many thanks for the advice ago. Told of quick relief of undoubted given." writes J. II. Houghlar.d, LIdon Iowa. "No nerson whether traveling: benefit. The facts are now confirmed. or at home should be without this great Such testimony is complete the remedy." For sale by all dealers. evidence conclusive. It forms convincing proof of merit. Lick. Mrs. C T. Hrummett. Crab Orchard St., Lancaster, says: "My kidneys were Mrs. Ira Hawleys is on the sick list out of order and I had pains through is very ill at this my back and kidneys. At times I was Mrs. Ilroughton writing. nervous. Doan's Kidney I'ill, made me Mr. Bob Mctjuery left last week for feel much better and strongar in every Indiana. way." (Statement given February fith Mr. Oakley Teace is visiting rel- 1912). Mrs. ON A LATEK OCCASION, atives in the mountains. Miss Liza Tankersiey was the guest Brummett said: "I cannot say too much in favor of Doan's Kidney Pills as a of Miss Addie Hoskins Sunday. kidney and bladder medicine, for two We give Auto tickets on all cash W. 11. Hall boxes have cured me of that that trsales and produce. ouble." Messrs. Ira llawlev and Dewey atDon't Price 50c, at all dealers. tended the funeral of John llall Sun simply ask for a kidney remedy get day. Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Maude l'arker returned to I'aris Mrs. Brummett had. Foster-Milbur- n Saturday after a weeks visit to home- - Co., Props.. Buffalo. N. If. folks. Mr. Jasper Hulett and Mr. Dewey MARKSBURY l'arker were the guests of Mr. Willie Conner Sunday. Robert Speaks bought 6 weanling returned calves at $25 each. Miss Khoda McQuerrey homo from Indiana Friday for a few Mrs. Tea Pollard entertained a few days visit with homefolks. friends at dinner Sunday. visited Miss AnMiss Doxle Wilson Mrs. William Scott was hostess at na llawlev Thursday night and atten dinner Sunday to a few friends. ded an apple peeling at Mrs, Hamp Mrs. Stallard Hill of Bryantsvllle was M cQuerreys. tho guest of her mother Sunday. Chamberlain's Mrs. Nelson Bogie of Lexington Is Liniment. spending a week with her cousin Miss you are ever troubled with aches. If Menvil Bogie. pains or soreness of the muscles, you Mr. George Huffman one of the black good qualities of will appreciate the Many suf-f-- rr smiths of this place has accepted a Chamberlain's Llnltrcnt. rheumatism and sciatica good position at Danville. "I Dyspepsia Tablets WW Relieve Your Indigestion R. E. McRoberts Miss Bane West of Lexington who is the guest of Miss Mary Chesnut will visit other friends and relatives before returning home. We give auto tickets on all cash sales W. B. Ball. and produce. Miss Ural Blakeman, while on her way to the Markebury excaped a narrow accident when the shaft broke loose from the buggy, the horse became frightened and started to run, but through her press ice of mind was saved from a wreck. Itev. J. W. Mahan who has been pastor of the church at this place for more than 3 years has been of untold value both spiritually and tinantially and preached all the good results will never be known this side of eternity and his flock are hoping that a call to another field will not be very soon at least. An "old member" recently said that the church hasn't as much wealth now as formerly and yet more money is raised for tho different objects. When Pastor Mahan goes after you for money in his quiet suave way, he gets it. When the efficient secretary, Mr. It. S. Clark reported that more than $100 had been given alone by the Sunday School for the past year the pastor was delightfully surprised. Diarrhoea Quickly Cored. Mrs. Boonie Pitts is very ill. Mr. C. S. Roop was in Lancaster Saturday on business. Miss Susie Davis has been at Paint Lick visiting relatives. Some of our people have been attending church at Berea the past week, The protracted meeting at White Lick Baptist church began Sunday. Miss Lura Parsods of Richmond, V'a.. is here the guest of her father W. S. Parsons. About twenty-fiv- e members were added to the church during tho meeting at Leavel Gnen. The County Educational Board are expected here Thursday to receive our newly built school house. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson and children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pennington Sunday. Itev. and Mrs.' W. A. Bryant attended the Tate's Creek Baptist Association at Preschersvllle Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Land of Buckeye were the guests of Mr. C. S. Roop and family and Miss Hollon here Saturday and Sunday. Harmon's The children and grand-childre- n of Mr. rnd Mrs. J. T. Allen surprised tbem Sunday in honor of the latter's birthday. A very enjoyable day was spent. Messrs. Joe llaselden, II. V. Bastln, Dr. B. B. Montgomery and Joe A. Burnside of Lancaster spoke at the school house here Saturday night in behalf of the Republican party. from Signature of used It Is especially lam back. Law. "School "My attention was first called to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedy as much as twelve year co Ml urn two ycik coiiuic. i avwua ago. At that time I was seriously ill oai lavra. Jakn. 1. lYanafM w. - - 1ft I rsje MiJSillll fo UaUtM with summer complaint. One dose of librtarsM, AmMtaUtviuWevilltUf IMI htlp Burwa. Tuliwn JIJlU.l.rif UKo.uW.i.J and family of Cin- this remedy checked the trouble, "writ- sav4sww Mill lotta fckhiac ' It Mr. Hstve Sutton with the best results. TiUtOiMjsaffatfawarMjf ti freylUe rlt , valuable for lumbago and cinnati are spending 2 wssks with hli es Mrs. C. W. Florence. Kockfleld, Ind. ELLIOTT rmOAia, Sk-t- LuiniUt, . For sale by all dealers. mother Mrs. Margaret Sutton. For tale by all dealers. 1 bevj- Jffrson &f eh Si-sss- aW m Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 2 1915. rNew . run uuuus Arnvmg Up-To-Da- I j We are now receiving our New and te Fall Goods. Ladies SUITS and COATS, Also Don't Fail To See Our Misses and Childrens Wear. Line of Shoes. Up-To-D- ate Your Patronage is Earnestly Solicited. J. E. DICKERSON. TheCentral Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. 1.00 wm I CI a year. J. R.L EDtertd E. ROBINSON. EorroR. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. t the I'o.t Office In Ltncuter, Kj., i Second-Clti- t Mll Milter. Member Kentucky Press Association ftQd ..Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, k., September 2, 1915 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offl:es . . .$ 5.00 10.00 "or County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, fishermen. Isack Walton, was writing as well as fishing when a nonage narian. Voltaire and Tennyson were both working when they reached 83, the latter then producing one ot his most popular poems, "Crossing the Bor." Our celebrated Quaker artist, Iienja min West, was transferring his genius to canvas when 10 years deyond man's allotted span, while Benjamin Franklin was past 81 when he sat in Inde pendence Hall and aided powerfully in making the Cnnstitution of the United States. And Elihu Root, whom President Roosevelt labelled the ablest man in public life in any country, is now help ing to make a State Constitution for New York at threescore and ten. LABOR LEADER IS AMONG TESTIFIERS (!) Charles Peetz Tells How Tanlac Him Brought Ready Relief. Louisville, Ky., Sept. 1st. 1915- .Here is what Charles Pectz, prominent I 1 School Begins Aug. 30 We have everything for the School Girl and Boy. Large line of PI per line DEMOCRATIC The question of good roads is one of untold importance. It has been con sidered, from time to time, by the press, but only In a fragmentary way, and never as it has really merited. It is not affirming too much to say that the bad condition of the roads entail 10 a heavier burden on the farming com 05 munitv than do all the taxs of county and state combined. The waste of time the wear and tear on wagons, the ex TICKET. cessive work of horses, the loss of op labor leader, of 101 West Market street this city, has to say about Tanlac, the premier preparation, and the benefits he derived from the use of the medi cine: 'I have been in a condition for months. 1 was all nervous, and haj no appetite. My stum-- . ach was out ot order and my digestion ii in., v l i Ar,.n u. i i i . . i. . was depressed in spirits. "I find that Tanlac just exactly suits mv esse. After using the medicine about a week or ten days, my appetite and digestion are much better. I now sleep better and feel stronger in every half-sick I I I I TABLETS, PENCILS, BOOK BAGS AND STRAPS, LUNCH BOXES, I. i I 1 $ and Baskets. I Crayons, Paints. Drawing and Composition Books. Fine Candles and the Best Soda Water In town. way." Tanlac, the premier preparation, that proved such a boon to Mr. Peetz and hundreds of others in Louisville and Kentucky, is now being taken with the most beneficial results by many of our citizens right here in Lancaster. It is an excellent spring tonic, blood purifier and tissue builder. Tanlac can be obtained in Lanraster at R. E. McRcberts drug store, and at Bryantsville by Becker, Ballard and Scott. ST0RMES DRUG STORE. REV. A. J. CLERE. For Governor, A. O. STANLEY. For Lieutenant-Governo- r, JAMES D. BLACK, For Secretary of State, BARKSDALE HAMLETT. For Attorney-GeneraFor Auditor, l, M. M. LOGAN, R. L. GREEN. For State Treasurer. t . SHERMAN GOODPASTER. For Clerk of Court of Appeals, R. W. KEENON. 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 PURYEAR. For Circuit Clerk, W. U. MASON, For Sheriff, G. T. BALLARD. Jr. For Representative, H. CLAY KAUFFMAN. We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Iliggins a candidate for County School Superintendent of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 1917. Every available space H Ewin Hal', the new men's dormitory at Transyl vania University and the College of the Bible, has been reserved, accoiding to President R. II. Crossfield, discussing the optimistic prospects for the university this year. Students are coming in from all sections of the country FALLS IN BARN and will continue to come, since other accommodations may by arranged. Serious Accident. Matriculation opens at the university Crampton Collins, a prominent farmer Monday. September 13th. Lexington living near Hyattsville, fell from one Herald. of the tiers while hanging tobacco in his barn and sustained injuries, which, BIG SALE DINNER. if not fatal, will render him an invalid. One of the biggest and best dinners He had three ribs broken and his hip ever served at a sale, was the one servfractured by the fall. ed by the Scott heirs at Beuna Vista last Friday. One beef weighing 1100 DIPHTHERIA pounds, ten sheep an J fifty chickens were killed. Besides this they had two Forces School To Close At Nina. hundred and fifty gallons of burgoo, Because of the contracting of diph coffee, bread and salad in abundance. theria the Nina School, it was thought Two thousand people were served best to close that school and Superin bountifully. No one went awav hungry tendent Higgins ordered it closed. but every one was loud in their praise Elizabeth Anna Prattler, daughter, of the good dinner and the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Prather was of the Scott family. stricken with this disease and died Friday. No other cases have been report AN EPOCH IN CIRCOSDOM. ed. portunity to take advantage markets, and the cost to keep the roads even in their present condition, are appalling to consider. But the farm er is not the only loser. The manu facturer, the merchant, and In fact every class are affected by bad coun try roads. The public roads are of paramount interest to the people at large. The great volume of trade in the state Is the common road trade. It exceeds by millions of tons, the tonnage of all the railroads combined. I Rev. A. J. Clere who has accepted the pastorship at the Baptist Church of high will fill that pulpit Sunday morning at eleven and Sunday evening at sev thirty. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Remember "The Idler" Saturdav GARRARD night at Romans Opera House. COUNTY DEMO Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus I'res't S. $30,000. DENNY, Cashier. r. ALL ROOMS RESERVED. CRATS HOLD HARMONIOUS CONVENTION President Wilson Endorsed for Renomina- lion and Senator James Commended, The Democratic convention which was called to meet at the Court House at 1 o'clock last Saturday was well attend ed by an enthusiastic assemblage of Democrats. Hon. A. B. Brown, who was chairman of Stanley's campaign committee in Garrard County was unanimously elected permanent chairman and Sir. E. B. Ray of Buckeye was CHOLERA WEATHER. Our tieonle. nearlv all at ih,-ir. blessed at this season with quantities vegetables and frultj at vr. of fresh JENNY. President J. E. STORM ES. Vice a R. T ZHUM. Ass't Cashier. J. U GILL, SCHOOL OPENS Attendance Breaks All Records. When the management of the Rob inson Famous Shows, which exhibits at Richmond on Sept. 7th. , decided to On Monday morning the Lancaster We are authorized to announce Joe Graded School opened for the year. S. Haselden, of this city. Republican The opening exercises were led by Prof candidate, for Representative at Nov- M. L. Caneer, Principal of the school ember election 1915. and short talks were made by J. W. Elmore, J. A. Beazley, S. D. Cochran, We are authorized to announce Joe J. R. Mount and Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird. A. Burnside, candidate on Republican The enrollment for this term Is the ticket, for Circuit Court Clerk, at largest in the history of the School, November election 1915. the number being 350. This number is expected to increastt within the next The Danville Advocate gives some two weeks. Quite a number who live interesting data concerning the age of outside the Lancaster school district great men which seems to explode the are enrolled, especially in the High statement of Sir William Osier that all School department. Four new teache.'s will be here this men over sixty should be chloroformed. The generals of the European war, year; Miss Mary Elmore of Lancaster, French, JolTre, Von Hindenburg, and and Miss Katheryne Parke of Columbia, Grand Duke Nicholas are all more than Tenn., who will teach the Gth grade, thirty years older than Napoleon was Miss Kathleen Shreve of Greensburg, wben he earned his fame as the world's Kv, who will succeed Miss Webb as Music teacher. Mrs. Todd of Stanford first soldier. Palmetton died at 91 Prime Minister has been added to the faculty and will teach Voice and Expression. of England. J. Q. Adams, Primary, The faculty la as follows; of the United States, was doing fine service at the same age in Congress. Miss Urashear, 2nd Grade, Miss Aman Gladstone won a great political tri- da Anderson, 3rd Grade, Miss Delia umph at 80 and became Premier at 83. Tinder, 4th Grade, Miss Mary Elmore, 5th and Cth Grades, Miss Katheryne O. W. Holmes was 79 when he published "Over the Teacup," but Bancroft Parke, 7th and 8th Grades, Miss Eliza was even older when he issued the fi- Smith, High School, Prof. Caneer, Miss nal volume of bis monumental history. Robinson, Miss Mason, Miss Hatcher, Parents are urged to start their 'IFauit" was competed by Goethe Michelangelo, the children now, as there will be r.o class when fourscore. designer of St. Peter's Cathedral, was organized In January this year as has still painting at 89, and that prince of been done In the past. season inaugurate their eighty-fourt- h as a successful puivejor of all that is gi.od in circusdom to the public, they decided to create a new departure. s their idea being to combine a circus and wild west performance under one mammoth stretch of water-proo- f f canvas, and for one price and of admission, something never attempt. d before by any showman. Both circus and Wild WeBt will be complete exhibitions in themselves in every de tail, making the best exhibition ever offered to the public. While giving two distinct exhibitions, tho price will be the same as charged forcithercircus or Wild West by other managers. first-clas- DEBATE A debate of great interest to the colored population was held at Eclipse Hall, Friday evening. The contestants were: Wm. Bates, of Atlanta, Ga. Prof, Cunningham, of Providence, It. I. Rev. J, M. Gait Andrew Beazley and Earnest Doty. The subject for debate was, "If a parent has two children, boy and girl and is not able to educate both, which should he educate, the boy or the girl" Wm. Bates, of Atlanta, Ga., won this hotly contested debate, arguing on the feminine side, his opponents never seemed able to offset his opening "The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world, therefore should be an educated hand." elected secretary. After the chairman had stated the object of the meeting in a few appropriate remarks the convention was organized. J. E. Robinson. Dr. Wm. Elliott and J. O. Bogle were selected as a committee on resolutions. The convention declared in favor of the County Unit law and pledged the people that there would be no adverse legislation upon the temper ance question and promised a strick en forcement of the present law and such legislation in the future as would meet the sentiment of the people of the State upon this question. The Democratic National Administration was endorsed in wordj of the highest praise and the party in Garrard County pledged its support to President Wilson for his renomination in 1916. Senator Ollie M James was endorsed for his loyalty to the party and for his services in the Senate in upholding the Democratic administration. The following twelve delegates and the following twelve alternatives were selected and were instructed to vote as a unit upon all questions before the James convention: Ashby Arnold, Clark, Sr., J. B. Ruble. Dr. William Elliott, E. P. Brown, A. B. Brown, J. E. Robinson, E. B. Ray, James W, Smith, J. M. Dunn, John Bogie, J. M, Farra, delegates; Dr. J. S. Gilbert, Jess Arnold, George Palmer, W. L. Liwson, J. M. Metcalf, J, M. Acton, A. K. Walker, Bright Herring, Eb. Cooley. G. C. Walker. W. H. Brown and J. P. Bourne, alternatives. The entiro'support of the party was pledged to the nominee for Governor and for the whole ticket and the success of the party was predicted. There was never a more harmonious conven tion held In Garrard County and the prospects are good for a victory at the polls in Novembor. lous varities and first quality. It it the time of year when our appetites need tempting and our nooreit hnmn can set a table to tempt a king. It is also the time of the year when we should be exceedingly careful what we eat. Vegetables should be selected and prepared for the table with great care. Faultv and defecilvu ntl.l anil those that have begun to decay should be rejected. All fruits that are eaten should be rine not nver.rino on, I nf good quality. The incessant rains and me noi sun uo mucli In a short time toward makim? unfit for f(ifulvur..tol,l.. and fruits that have reached their prime; especially is this true of melons Insist upon your vegetables being sound and tresh, your fruit and melons at their prime; be careful In their preparation for the talilu ami save doctors bills. We are told the weather of the two epidemics of cholera which visited Lancaster r1n...!v r... sembled the weather we have been having, so from every standpoint it is Lest to be carelul. Safety Samual Oeposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny. J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. 1 WHY HE'S SILENT. Sometimes they ask us why we do not "publish all of the news." And If we did the first doso would be enough to start him after us with a shotgun Hyden Thousandstlcks. Correct, my son; we have right here In our desk an account of a certain hap pening in this city which If we had published would have broken up the meeting, would have caused any quan tity of trouble to a great many people and this here hired man would have been out of a job. Frankfort Courier. And if we published all the news we knew about people in this city there would be half a dozen murders right olf the reel and our scalp wouldn't be butter-beanworth a peck of Winchester Democrat. And If we printed two lines about capers that are cut by some Somerset folks we know who pose as respectable and still insist on riding with men who haven't paid the last installment on their ear, It would take Doc Owens six months, working 24 hours a day to get the snot picked out of us. Somerset Journal. The man who gets mad at what the newspaper savi about him should re turn thanks three times a day for what arc troubled with heartburn; gases and the newspaper knew about him and suppressed. .distressed feeling after eating taks The waste baskets in a newspaper office of any town do more to keep Its beforoand after each meal and you will; citizens in good repute than any other obtain promi relief . bold only by us.25j agency, except the fear of the law and he hereafter. R. E. MeRsbsrta B Mi worm-eates. International Harvester. Engines ALL engine should know all those features and should be able to make comparisons with any .engine offered him. Our Aim is to Explain, tho features of a good engine cannot be learned in a day. Yet every man who buys an There are certain features of design, material, machining and con. ttruction necessary to produce best results. Thcso results are what you aro interested in, because they mean economy and tbo ability to do your work. The design is Important. Of two engines with tho samo weight, samo bore and stroke, ruuniug at tho samo 8eed, one will develop anywhere r up to SO per cent moro than tha other, and way last twico as long, simply because of difference in design. International Harvester engines all have thoso features. Tho first time you aro in town, drop In and wo will show you some of tho reasons uy 1 II C eugiues develop to much power and last w long. liorse-iiowe- Treadway, Denny & " Co. Paint Lick, Ky. rhnlWjl w HxiUX R r -- 4-11- -44 cures I Imho-- n . r-- lL ("antral, a . I ni..U- J tftxt mat i iiuca auu an Diseases oi..... ' Fr rouiiry . . rl" S '" sM.IUnWwa.lt..... "Om dioo U R.'d. 4.1 lUi . j ... ... "TTT ... Ufa. J .... sal Curittu4 kv - B.ki .. , ...... r(KI c SI Bxiaitwa, i omiaooD. n (in... ... " OLD KV ail vrsMUtt. nrt Dnun Er s"" R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday Sept 2, 19 1 5 J Page 5 EARLY PALL STYLES ON DISPLAY Our Tailored Suits are ' The See our BISCHOF line of Our Prices Reasonable, COATS and SUITS before buying. Models that are Tailored to Most Attractive Yet Shown. SUIT YOUH INDIVIDUALITY. We are pleased to show you these beautiful creations Entire line now ready for your APPROVAL. and invite your inspection. JOSEPH JOHN DEERE AND MERCANTILE Miss Edna Ilerkle is at home viidt to Lexington. CO. FAMILY REUNION after HOOSIER WHEAT DRILLS. Gossip About People vsv A Brief Mtnllon of the Comings ind Goinji by Thost W: Art interfiled In. Gas Engines and Silo Cutters. Silos, Oliver and John Deere Sulky Plows. JOHN Tffie DEERE WAGONS. Lightest Draft and Strongest Wagon Made. J. E. Mount, Son & Co. The Square Deal House. DG D 1 E ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at ' Ltm Sm ' m for a nice Lunch, also Everything In Soft Drinks DC E Draw A Check for the inoiitiy you ov c and note how much more res- pectfully your creditors you. They like to do husinuss with a uinn who litis mi account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Go. They know hi is doing business in a business like way. Iletter open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They will grow all ritit. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THIRTEENTH ANNUAL Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE September 13th to 18th, 1915 Biggest Saddle Horse Show in the World Fine Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and Grain, Horticulture, Women's Handiwork. Student's Judging Contest, Farmer Hoys' Encampment and Baby Health Contest. ....Trotting und Placing Races Eucla Day.... Glean Midway and Grand Fireworks Display. RUTH LAW. Sensational fcady Avinton 4oIng the "Spiral Dive" "Dip of Death" "Steep Banking'! and many other thrillers every afternoon. For Cataloguo Address Reduced Railroad Hates J. L. DENT, Secretary, 705 Taul Jones Building, Louisville, Ky. Watermelons NOTE AT LOUISVILLE. things were served. were smiling on the vines just across Miss Hannah Bouroe is in Danville The State Democracy, in convention the yard fence, many were eaten and visiting relatives. Tuesduy. adapted a set of principles enjoyed. We were also entertained on which to go before the people thi by music and picture-takin- g and etc. .Miss Annie Herndon is at home after year in Kentucky. The county unit was Those present were Mr. Henry's a (tHjr in Louisville. one of these, and others included ad three brothers and families, Mrs. Misses Lillie Jones and I.lllie Sutton vanced positions on matters of publi Henry's father and mother one arc in Lexington for a visit to relatives. policy in the State. Gen. W. B. Halde brother, three uncles one cousin and man was named national committee their families, and two daughters. Mrs. Margaret Coleman has returned man, succeeding Urey Woodson, and This was a day of pleasure and fun to Lowell after visiting Garrard relaJudge S W. Hager succeeded Rufus that will be long remembered by each tives. Vansant as State chairman. James V of us. I hope this pleasant occasion Mr. Ed Perkins of Nicholasville was hdwards and George It. Martin uc will occur again. the recent truest of Mr. and Mr. W. ceeded A. G. Rhea and Bridges Whit A. Price. on the State Executive and Central YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, Committees, repectively. The dele Little Miss Sabra Walker of Stanford gates sat on Senator J. C. W. Beckham has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed when he attempted to inject discord Walker. into the convention, which had been Mr. and Mrs. George Hal lew of Madithroughout the day and harmonious son motored, to Lancaster Sunday for night: tf. A. II. Bastin & Son. the day. In the next issue we will publish Mrs. U. D. Simpson, and daughter full the Democratic Platform. STRAYED-fro- m my place Aug 19th Miss Gladys Frisbie has returned Miss Joe Henry of Carlisle will arMiss Katie Simpsou, were in Hustw a red cow fresh In milk, weight 900 lbs. rive this week for a visit to Miss Patsy from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. R. E, ville Sunday, for the burial of their Hughes of Louisville. Information appreciated. Kinnaird. DESERVED PRAISE TO A cousin. Mr. Uurdette Powell. Ira Grimes, Lancaster, Ky. Miss Janie Terrill is at home after Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dickerspn and The 14 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Petty motored to Lexing protracted visit to Mr. and .Mrs. 0. U, Miss Scotta FORMER DANVILLE MAN Notice. Mitch Lane was operated on for ap Terrill of Fleming Ky. ton Saturday pendicitis at the Danville hospital last I will sell or rent my house and lot Louisville Herald It a a far cry Mrs. J. L. Davis and daughter, Miss week. He is now Miss Lucy Walker Doty has returned from Danville, Ky., to Cotnpiegne, on Crab Orchard street cheap. convalescent. to Lexington after n visit toherfather. Maud Davis are at home from a visit J. Booth Sutton. Mr. J. D. Gulley has returned from France. It seems almost ludicrous to to Lexington relatives. Mr. Jesse Doty. a visit to his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. mention them in the same breath. Ye Well Drilling. Mrs. II. V. Bastm and interesting Dunn, of Lexington, and Dr and Mrs. Dr. Alex Carrell, magician of the Mrs. J. L. Francis and Miss Mary I am prepared to drill Wells and at Arnold will go to Louisville for a short children have returned from a visit to Burnett, of Shelby ville, also to friends surgeon's knife, now in the military Nicholasville relatives. hospital of the latter place, must have any depth. Prices reasonable. Write stay this week. in Frankfort. thought often during his trying ex or phone me. II. P, Conn, Paint Lick. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lyons motored Miss Anna llntton Muss accompaniMrs. W. R. Gott and children have periences of a certain backwoods phy ed her aunt, Mrs. Ollie Honaker to her to Frankfort for a visit to their son. returned to her home in Richmond sician who lived long before the day Mr. Green Lyons and wife. homo in Lexington. after a visit to her sister, Mrs. L N. when Nobel prizes were awarded for WANTED TO SELL Mr. J. U. Warheld has returned to Miller and aunt. Mrs. J. W. Edwards, great achievements in science. Miss Allie Yantis is at home after My entire stock of Merchandise and pleasant visit to her cousin, Miss Lottie his home in Macon, Ga., after a visit of Mareellus. In his modern field laboratory, Dr, rent my store building to his friend. J. Y. Robinson. Carson of Stanford. Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury accompani Carrell has just discovered in hypo ltpd D. C. Burchneld. Pineville, Ky. Mr. E. C. Hopper a former Lancas ed her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Staughton chlorite of lime what he believes is the Mrs. Garrie Y. Davidson has return trian, has been visiting his sisters, to her home in Covington. From there ideal antiseptic. More thun a hun For Sale, ed from a visit to her daughter, Mrs she will go to Richmond, Ind., to visit dred years before, Dr. Ephrnim Mc Misses Jane and Lizzie Hopper. T. Kice in Richmond. 1 wish to sell my house? and" 4 acre1 Dowell, ignorent of germ life or ger Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rice. Dr. and .Mrs. A. S. Price of Stanford micides, performed the first abdominal lot at Hackley, Ky. Miss Ida May Grant left the past The house con Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Francis presided week for a visit to her aunt, Mrs. S. were guests on Sunday, of Mr. and in the United States. ..Car tains eight rooms. There are good out at a well appointed dinner at their rell is Mrs. Ed Price at "Pleasant Valley M. Gntes in Washington U. C. farfrom the battle line while buildings, and cistern. Possession can home on Danville street, in conplimrnt he labors for humanity. McDowell, in be given first of the year. Miss Viola Beugle left Wednesday to John F. Walker of Mississippi Arnold has returned to Mrs. Jesse and his weather-boarde- d Mrs. Jennie ComeTy, house in Dan George and Tommie Walker of Richher home in Frankfort after a visit to for her home in Hustonnlle after Lancaster, Ky.. vine, Knew mat outside his door were pleasant stay with Lancaster friends. mond. her mother, Mrs. Elln Ileitis. men with flintlocks who would kill him Misses Florence Johnson and Mamie if his labors were unsuccessful. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jones, daughter Mrs. Carrie Davidson is at home For Sale. and son, of Winchester, were guests after a protracted visit t her son. At Stormes Dunn entertained about 50 les, it s a far cry from Danville to I offer for sale my father's place aliast Friday of Mrs. J. C. Robinson. torney R. L. Davidson of Tulsa, Okla. young guests at the home of Miss Dunn Compiegne. But between the two lies Lowell, Ky, consisting of two houses' at u "lawn fete" as a compliment to all the history of modern surgery. Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Sutton motor and two acres of land, all ncessary Mrs. J. W. Sweeney Hnd daughter. their popular guest. Miss Viola Beagle was in 1800 that McDowell braved It good orchard Hixf imMiss Martha Ward Sweeney, are in ed to Danville, Monday, and were of Misses Dunn, Johnson the threats of a mob to perform an guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Landram andIlustonville. Cynthisna for a stay with relatives. Beagle were in the receiving line act of humanity. Half a century later provements. Will sell at a bargain if" Mrs. Wm. Scalf has returned to lier to welcome the guests. Misses Isabel Pasteur discovered that all about us taken at once. Mr. L. Manuel was the guest of his Ida Mae Hurt. Lowell Kv. and Elizabeth Terrill served "fVappee" are parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Manuel home in Minneapolis, Minn, after bacteria, germs. near Crab Orchard from Friday until visit to her sister, Mrs. Charles, Poiiff. upon the porch, while Misses Margaret or what you please to call them, the 5 per et. Sunday, Mr. Jus. Bourne, of Lexington has Ccok, Katie Barnes Dickerson and Min- function of many of which is to spread nie May Robinson assisted in entertaindisease and sufferings. When this the -5 Years 5 Attorney Emmett Puryear, Misses returned to his home after a visit to ing the happy throng. house was ory was nunciated, Lord Lister, In Loans made on real estate. Murrnrt llnnlini? Ami Josenhine Belle his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.J. Bourne. quite attractive in its The If you decorations of Lngland. began an investigation of need cheaper money on long time, see Mr. Alex Denney and daughter, Mrs. yellow an l green, the color scheme of Danville, motored to Lancaster for be germ life in connection with surgery me about it. the duy, Mattie Duncun were recent visitors of ing carried out in the Ices and rake, He knew that In tho treatment of G. B. Swinebroad, Staughton has returned Mr. J, S. Hocker and family in Stan The guests departed with reluctance wounds the greatest difficulty was to Mrs. J. M. Lancaster. Ky. Covington after a visit ford. and javish praises for the pleasent arrest infection. The cause of infe to her home in Marks-bur- y Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gulley, Mrs. J. social evening. of several weeks to Mesdames tion is bacteria, I.o declared. Fight FOR SALE PRIVATELY. and Sutton. U. tiulley and Miss bdna uulley were poisons with poisons, wus his conclu I will sell privately my farm of fifty in Lexington Wednesday, the guests oM sion, and from his discoveries Lister acres, or my adjoining farm of 100 NEWLY-WEDMrs. Hueh Hemphill of Nicholasville S Mrs. Dunn. stands recognized today us the father acres or will sell both as la hum (i, viill her brother Mr. W. A. a whole. surgery. County clerk Hamilton issued mar- - of Miss Adriange, of Cincinnati, will located on Paint Lick Creek near Brdd- Arnold and nieces, Mrs. Joe L. Francis from this point the advancement shaws Mill. Farm is well watered arrive the last of the week and take rige license to two couple this week. Arnold. and the Misses From anil fenced. charge of Mrs. Joe L. Francis' trim- John II. Morris, age 21, to Miss Nora has been by lecp und bounds. Has good three room Mr. and Mrs. George Ballew of Rich Meridawhoisjust 15. What this couple the contribution of Oliver Y'endll houre and outbuildings. rooms. Sixty 'acres of Francis and Mrs. ming mond. Miss Tommie lacked in years was fully made up by Holmes to those of Mayo, Murphay and bottom land, Mrs. Henley V. Bastin left this week Ed Price motored to Preachersvillo for Theo Cotton. K'lrWavllU k'v George Baker, who gave his age as 72 Mutas, the antiseptic has been of first for a 10 days visit to her aunts, Mes and was granted a license to marry Important. the Daptist Association. Anaesthetics and antidames Samuel Yantis and Bettie Rinda Hopkins, who is just past 70. septics have made possible thir progMrs. J. A. Elsener ted children bard in Indianapolis. FARM FOR SALE. Mr. Baker is tho father of ten living ress. returned to their home in Charleston, Mrs. 'Walter Allen and attractive children and has been married four Think, then, of Ephiaim McDowell. West Va., after a visit to her parents, Farm containing 90 acres, three miles children who have been visiting Mrs. times. with only his faith in the beneficence Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller. Wednesday afternaon Judge C. A. of Nature to guide him, knowing the north of Lancaster on the Lexington Joe E. Robinson have returned to their Mr. and Mrs. Lem Tester and three pike, well improved with good stock iVrnold united in marriage, Mr. Ilenly many dangers from infection, home in Chattanooga. but barn and all necessary children of Bryantsville motored to out buildings, Portwood, age 36 and Mrs. Belle trusting In God for success. His name with Mrs. Fred Frisbie entertained at a Lancaster In their new Overland, car never falling springs and splendid age 45. The last couple be kept alive in the past by a Kentucky and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Rook Party Monday evening in honor ing from young orchard in full bearing. Thelower Garrard and prom- medical society, is today almost forof her cousins. Misses Anna Mae and Witt. inently connected, Mrs. McKechnie' gotten. His home, which should be a residence contains ten rooms, with bath. Ellen Walker of Richmond. This. Mrs. George Uogard and bright little being the widow of William McKech shrine, is falling Into ruins. America's and other modern conveniences. as been mostly In grass for the past Mr. J, S. Hocker, of Stanford and nle who died about one year ago. son George Bogard Jr., of Big 'Stone pioneer In modern surgery, a Kentuck-Ia14 years and Is now ready to grow Gap, Vs., who have been with Lancas- daughtxr, Mra. Wm. Foster, of Atlan and Kentuckians am oblivious to hemp or tobacco. Sixty-fivacres In ter relatives, are now in Richmond ta, were guests, Tuesday, of Mrs. his fame. Watch Your Children bluegrass, the Mattie Duncan and father. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith. It's a far cry from Danville to Com- meadow. The balance in clover and Often children do not let parents know desirable location, ferpiegne. But for heroism, for genius, Misses Lou J. and Lily Dale Grant little Mrs. Virgil Uaughman and they are constipated. They fear some tility of the toil, makes this a most for abiding iaith In God, for that self, thing distasteful. They will Ulto Ilexsll daughter, Sadie Moss, have returned will go today (Thursday) for several desirable home. For further particu tastes mild laxative Orderlies to their home In Richmond after a visit days visit to Meidames George Brown .like sugar. a Bold only by that eenta. reliance that make men great the lars, apply to U, 10 palm should be given to the back' of several days to their cousin, Mrs. L. and Fnher D, Herring, near Alex West, Lancaster Ky. R. E. McRob.rts woodsman of Kentucky. Manuel and other Garrard relatlvts. Misses Mary Kist and Zekla Snieder were recent visitors at Highland, Ky. Mrs. C. F. Denman, of Nicholasville, Is the guest of her father, Mr. Alex West. Misses Fay and Florence Acton have been in Lincoln county visiting relWilkerson. atives. Misses Annie May and Ellen Walker About thirty five boys and girls leave Lancaster this week for different of Richmond were the recent guests of schools. their aunt. Mrs. B. F. Hudson. The many friends of Bryan Gastineau Miss Lillian Cochran was the recent guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. S. Fish in will be glad to learn that he is recovery from a seige of typhoid lever. Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey are Miss Bessie Prather will leave Saturday for a visit to relatives in Illinois in Somerset visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pumphrey and rttending the and Iowa. Miss Hannah Aldridge of Stanford is fair. Master C. W. Clark, of Lexington, over for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. has returned to hishome after spending Haselden. FlojdSwopeof Lexington, is here his vacation with his grandparents, Mr for a visit to his grandmother, Mrs, and Mrs. S. J. Bourne. Miss Dove Harris, a very successfu Zereia Gullev. Mrs. R. Zimmer Is on a visit to re I business woman of Danville, was up sisatives in Somerset, Cincinnati and for a visit of several days with her ter, Mrs. S. H. Anderson. Pomroy. Ohio. Miss Leavy Dunn of Bryantsville is the guest of Mrs. R. A. McGrath. Mrs. Webb Kelley is quite sick of typhoid fever at her home near Nina. Mrs. Hayden Leave! and Mrs. Charles ' Rankin were recent visitors of Cincinnati. Mrs. Jno. W. Moorei of Liberty is the guest of her sister, ;Mrs. R. B, Saturday night, Claire Whitney in "The Idler" Romans Opera House. It.hln.f Uenrf ,'e" Claire Whitney in "The Girl I Let(0A.tMr' .W, oup' ' A M TW Vnv fntnr day and forty were present. A bounti Romans Opera House Thursday night. ful feast was spread out In the yard under a large oak tree. Delicious HARMONY THE KEY meats, salads and such cakes as you see on Christmas and many other good "l"W" r j SHINGLES. 4t-p- - 1- -2 percl-Money- -5 -2 18-t- f. 2t-p- ' Dud-der- - e Page 6 TO OPEN SECOND Brolhsr Jim's Language Itrother Jim's 1angu.ur Is .m If, Slrrple us if can : p All of Ih- - wi tu hp usee Number tui two t'mee. three. and ilattr. Uo-h- b ftmi ami And I snow soil ran laarn tMr inmnlnKH In one little leearn tfnui pic Dater ntml do-s- The Central Record, Thursday Sept 2 1915. I AMERICAN BOY WRITES H PLATTSBMIP Many il v Odd Happenings In the Day's News "lluy it uck of onions" help growers of Orcgi n. l CHINA'S PRESIDENT MAY WEAR CROWN YuanShlh Kai lounlr Court Days. ltlchmond, 1st, Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, lit. Monday, llsrrodjliurg, Ut. Monday. Uxington, I'ml. Momln). Stanford, 2ml.Mnr.da). Shelbyvlllc, 2nd. MomUy. Carlisle, 2nd. Mondny. Danville, 3rd. Mondr;. Iwrencrburg, .In). Monday Nlcholtisvlllc, 3nl Monday, Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday, (irorgetown, 3rd. Monday, I.ANCASTEII. 4th. Monday Winchester, 4tli. Monday. Mnntlcello, 4th. Monday, Versailles, 4th. Monday, OF SLIDING UNDER SMELL FIRE Member of Foreign Legion Says Ty Cobb Can't Compare With Soldiers. slogan to hmlti and In oj Thinking of Pro Begins sapt. 6, LABOR LEADHiiS ARE INVITED Members of Firt Camp Enjoy Seventy Mils March ani Their Tint Sham Battle Had No Cots and Were Forced to Sleep on the Hard, Cold Ground. t it ana po-s- o, of oou-- n ttotty, of con- - ., rae-.smc; i tays deflntl'oit mnther: tiatey Is lhften m Irt- General Leonard Wood lias made the announcement Hint another camp of military Instruction would I opened In riattsburs. .V. V.. Immediately after the dissolution of the present camp on Sept a More than 300 have already enrolled, and tJencr.il Wood said that. Judging from the Hood of applications for enrollment, the new camp will be fully ng lnrRo as the first. Among the first to signify their Intention of onrolllii was J. II. Dickinof war. son of Illinois, Iresldent Lowell of Harvard has annrrunge his afnounced Hint If ho can fairs to iwrmlt It hi1 will enroll too. Owing to criticism of these camps of military Instruction by labor leaders General Wood ha announced thnt ho will extend :t wnal and cordial Invitation to President Gotnpers of the American rVderotlon of Labor to visit nd Inspect the next camp here. General Wood said that he wanted It understood that tlKe camps nre open to all American citizens of good standing aid that he Is particularly nnxlous that men of the working class should take advantage of them. Lieutenant Karl Trtiesdalc. quartermaster, lias been directed by General Wood to estimate the cost of the new camp, and this already has liecn done and tho estimates submitted to the del'reparatlons partment commander, arc already under wtiy nt the camp new class of for the reception of the rookies, and when (ho men reach Platte-burIn September they will And the tented city on the lake shore ready to bouse all who make application for Instruction. First Sham Battle. The thousand business and professional men at the camp of military .instruction marched out of the camp with their blankets and shelter tents strapped on their backs and carrying their rifles and ammunition belts loaded with blank cartridges and engaged In their first sham battle. In company with the regular troops they started on their long practice march, during which they marched approximately seventy miles, sleeping at night on the ground rolled up In their army blankets under small shelter tents capable of covering but two men. The comfortable spring cots and mattresses In use In the camp were left behind, and the only clothing and camp equipment which each man bad while on the "bike" were such as be carried on his back. Large numbers of the sailors were tUlled In the naval battle of riatts-'burThe records made by some of the "rookie" gun squads In firing at these targets were excellent and were commented upon by the artillery officers on duty at the camp. g g. IEXILE IN ARCTIC PRISON. ""Grandmother of Russian Revolution" Is Given a Transfer. Catherine IlreshkOTskays, lime. known the world over eight years ago as "the grandmother of the Russian revolution," now serving a life exile .In Siberia, has been transferred to the far northern city of Yakutsk, on the edge of the arctic circle, uccordlug to - a letter re elved from her by Miss Alice Stone IJluckwcll. ilnie. Ilrcshkovbkaya Is icvcuty-on- e .years old and U suffering from cataracts of both eyes, so that she cannot read. Her banishment to Yakutsk, least desirable of ull towns tn Siberia, came at tho end of eighteen months' t Irkutsk for solitary imprisonment trying to eseajni from Siberia, where she had been acnt for life. She served two additional months tn prison, the .letter says, beciiusu no caravan was to start for Yakutsk when her term ended. About ten years ngo Mine. Ureshkov-tkny- a camo to America uud made many friends In this country, nmong them Miss Jane Addiims nnd Julia Ward Howe. After her return to Itussla she was arrested, found guilty of distributing arms and sentenced to life exile. HE GROWS SALTED POTATOES WUcomln Farmer's "Spuds" Are Also Peppered and May Be Buttered. Waupaca Is generally acknowledged as the (Mitato capita) of Wisconsin uud tho United States. Hence It is natural tt Waupaca man, 11. J. Hose, conceived tho Idea of growing seasoned "spuds" ready for the tuble. Ho claims his effort are successful, and bo has situto growers gasping with aatoulshmeiit over bis novel metb ods. It Is fcolcniuly ussertctl that this man lias perfectisl a t)pc that comes from the bill kaltcd and peppered. He la now said to be working on a process that will butter tho product. Ily planting a row of i'phts between each row of potatoes It was a comparatively atmplo matter to Inject the pepper , taste. The Central Record. $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. A Pittsburgh man returned to Srvt i fifty-fiv- e years American Who la Legal Adviser to the AGIO and humorous phases of the trenches nnd work. It was very Yorknfternnnbcncp of ' Government Cites Reasona Why It Is lighting and camp life daucerotis. One night (he third fellow nnd paid n grocer)- bill he owed. trench Why trouble to leirn Eaptraeto? Detter to Have a Monarchy In That How much more Involved It mut be In the L'uropcati war appear In from me was lilt In the stumnch. It Than dairy and iley nnd datty Kar muffs as protection against files i Country Nation Oecame a Republic tho letters home of Uussell Kel- Is good to work when In these condinnd dah ami drel And go-e- o ly, tho son of James K. Kelly of New tions, as work taken the mind from worn by horses In German army, and j In 1912 Newe Createe Seneatlon, Itlns W. Lsrdnrr In Chicago Tribune. I York city. Kelly Is twenty-two- . lie the bullets. Inaction under fire Is a school children nre making them. Tho project of proclaiming himself left New York In November of last terrible struln on t lit? nerves. COMMISSION WOULD LIMIT year, supposedly for a visit to the, Ily using cement armor backing In- emperor Is now Udng discussed by Champagne district It not a circumThe first stance to this. The outposts here are stead of the usual tcakwood Uncle Sam Yuan Sblh I wit, president of the Cbl INHERITANCES TO 51,000,000 San Francisco exposition. The undersigned hereby e rs warnword received of him was that on Nor. only fifty yards apart, nnd nt night has discovered how to snvo about $23,-00- 0 ncso republic, with his Immediate In building n Dreadnought. 24. at Bordeaux, ho had enlisted In wo go out on the Held nnd lie down, nnd I'rofcssor Trunk Johnson ing to all persons not to trespass upon Some Members of Board Find Vast the Foreign legion for the duration of four hours at n stretch, to guard Goodnow of Johns Hopkins university, our lands for any purpose whatever as Fortunes Contribute to Unrest. the war. "Always bite the bubblo" nnd don't legal adviser to the Chinese govern we will prosecute all offenders to ful against a surprise. He was officially recorded at Depot placo tho Hps against the mouthpiece, We went back to n small town, arniont, who Is spending the summer In list extent of t- - law. Hunters and. do Lyons as missing on July 1, and It riving there nt 10 a. m. At 1 o'clock the is official warning scut out from WashPeking. Fishermen etpecially take notice. Vast fortunes ntitl lack of Work nre Is believed that be 1 now a prisoner. following morning we were routed out. ington to users of bubbling drinking Professor Goodnmv. w Ik) secured tho E1 A N II Price the chief causes of the prevalent Indus The following letter to It. !,. Klkln his fnther Is At sunlight we reached the third line fountains. ICal by advice W. confidence of Yuan Shlti trial and social imic-i- t In this country, published by the New York Evening II. Cook. Mrs. Kebecca J. West. of trenches mid nt 0 a. ni. the given during former critical times, has nccordlng to the summaries of three II. C. Arnold. James (!. Conn, commcm ed. been consulted on this question since ITALIAN SUBMARINE UNDER reports git en nut by the L'nlled States Sun: C. Morgan. J. 1. Illand. May 0, his arrival In Peking not long ago, and J. on Industrial relations, commission Brothers Killed Side By Side. WATER FOR SEVENTY HOURS It Is learned that ho approves the proj. J. II. and W. S. Weaver Dear Dnd I wish they had some of which were prepared for the use of You reinemlier In my letter from We will add other names for 25 cent those trench digging machines World's ecu congress. Advance tells about, because 1 have Lyons 1 spoke about three brothers cash. Says Condttions Differ, Tho commlsilon then went out of dng 1,000 from Argentina and how lnearnhlr Given Up ae Loit, the Nereide Returns of trenches, or nenrly miles public by the puli- The news Hurlng the two .vo.irs of existence. Safely to Its Dale. they were. Well, they are lncparable many. They nro constantly digllcatiou of ncvounts of the formation worlj none of the monitor was nble that ging new nnd repairing old trenches, , even In death, as they wen killed utile by several prominent men of nn asso to reach 1111 ncrcvnicnt over the vital so now wo have nu elaborate system by side. Our regiment, the I'lrst. lost the purpow of discussing l'rale ts Mng showered upon the' problems, sa that none of the three reI heavily In killed and wounded, not crew of tne Italhiu submarine Nereide. ciation for monarchy Is not the letter of underground streets. whctlur a ports can be proierly called a "majoriAfter I sent my last letter pff we I more than half coming I nek. One of who through an accident were com-- i form of government for China. Tho ty" report. The board was got orders the fielglnn legionnaires and tho little (nek emplo- Ikj ready to move all our stuff and Italian kid 1 spoke about were too polled to remain licucutli the surface published nrtlcle telling of the forma of three mem'.ers repri-scntlti- i to during the night for twenty hours without food or light ( Hon of the society quotes Professor yee, three representing employers mid frightened to leave our trenches. About midnight n Trench regiment resupply of oxygen almost ex- - Condnow ns declaring that for China a three representing the general public. leaving our trenches ami cross. and their After lieved us nnd we started to march. It ha us teil the engines were rviulr- - monarchy Is n Utter form of govern Only the first section of the pr'nclpal was n very Ing the Germans', which Were battered disagreeable night, and. and Hie vessel was able to reach inent than n republl." and that "condl report, thnt made by Il:ill I- - Manly, coupled to pieces by the Itouilinnlment, our f)rt cd with chilly, penetrating fog director of reseniyh nnd Investigation nnd the rather forced march, we were stop wns lu the shelter of n road. Here her base In safety, greatly to the sur- lions aru different In China ami Anu r for the coniml.in. he been made fatigued when we reached n small the good looking bandit, the fellow who prise of naval officials, who believed Ira, and It Is ImisMslhle to transplant the craft was lost. TV en the ministry i n system fnun one country to another.' Ii:l!t. town at G a. nu and we of the flf ! hit m with tin- - brlek. become reckless of nuirltie accepted the relHirt from I It was learned fnun one of Yuan Sblb Should be Engraved or The .Manly report lln.l that the - tecnth unm, unJ) wcre nS!tUniw, and tried to survey the hindson,.. He Vienna to the effect that tho Nereide, Kal's Immediate supporters that If tho Is largely clal unrest In tills was killed Instantly by a bullet through one of Italy's newer submarines, had project proved fenslblo the plan Is to T,, Embossed powadays. to n sort of cow shed, due to the m.c'iuul distribution of was as hard as u rock nnd cold. We tUc heart No convulsive tossing of the been destroyed by an Austrian war establish the monarchy within two wcnlth. It rfcommenils the ririctment In tli? It reflects good taste and turned In, but ns tired ns we were. It arms one reads about or sees years. of an Inheritance tax so graded that, was Impossible to get much sleep. movies; he Just sank down nnd It was Hour after hour In the stifling, brnlti Goodnow Invited to Peking. while tnaklns generous provision for 4al once creates a favorable all over. Outside there was n small ynrd with a " i tho support of dependents and the edu squad It Is stated that ITofraaor Gcsslnow Soon after we left this ixwltlon the' """uut impression. kitchen on one side and our ... tuey nDI to ..... cation of minor children. It shall leave quarters on the other. other bandit was shot through the leg. witnout sleep, witnoui rest, fumes work ,., HrrlT11i Vun,. cm,. . took led. Then the thickening no large nccumulntlon of wealth to There was absolutely uo 111 feeling tie- I Suppose you come and see I'll stop here c second to say a word their toll of the commander, nisi a consulted with hlm on tho qucsUm of pass Into the hands which had no about the men In our squad. Tho cor- tween us on iwvount of our scrap . . . . .. .... the many beautiful samples share In Its production.' ., e auranco uy sections, il nen inei MjuuniuiDie iriiwieu me nuiK. iu a permanent cousutuiiiui ana urotKixsi . poral cor.ld be most- - anything, but I tho qncstfcm of n monarchy. Tbo arIn the belief that social and indus- think be Is Arab-TrencHe Is a quiet order comes we Jump up nnd. carry we have an(f get our prices. revolutions of the screw, guments of Yusn's sups.rters. It Is dea trial unrest can Ixs In n large measure fellow and O. K. There arc four le- - Ing the sac-- c as n shlel.I. run about 100 ' ,nMre clared, isTsumltsI Professor Goodnow relieved by placing n million dolhr glonnalres with us; one of them has feet, and talk about Ty Cobb sliding! anJ,n falnJ; hukJr vblvr ex- tho limit upon Inheritances memlcrs of tho l served fifteen years with the legion into second base-- It Isn't a clrcum-- 1 ' that u mouarchy should Is! established f tor '"t mot, the ' If the people would nocvpt It anil Pro commission favor the establishment of and toe other about ten. They are stance to the way I hit the grit. And i stopptsl again, and the work had to be a permanent Industrial couinils.sloii both naturalized Frenchmen and fast what a strain It was to the nerves fessor Guulnow drafted a document over. foe Yuan, advising blm m the method which should be supiorted by the In- friends. waiting for our turn to advance again, done all more men collapsed and were of establishing a monarchy. Two come derived from an Inheritance tax fellows all around being hit! In a couSoldien Big Children. tn the annuuiacnx-n- t of tbo project on large Incomes. ple of cases I have seen men almost barely kept alive wben the chief engineer, exploring with blind fingers, which Is tando to appear as coming It Is proposed to graduate this tax The old timer has a huge beard and lifted from the ground, so hard were found the seat of trouble antl at length from a group of leading citizens. Pro from 1 per cent on the excess of a Is a very quaint character. I enjoy they hit S2.1.000 fortune to 15 per cent on a tchlng htm; he reminds me so much II One fellow very near me got hit anil repaired It The motors started once fessor Goodnow Is quoted extensively fortune of more than Jl.00O.00O. Other J of those gnomes which used to Inter- - began to squeal. Almost Immediately more. Slowly tlie shell began to rise as a great authority advocating the nv- reach- cruslty for a monarchy. o provisions of the report This pro est ma when I was small. The other a second bullet hit blm. and he made from the bottom. The Warn against "Industrial princes" fellow la small and very brown. The for the rear on all fours, crying like n ed tho surface nnd found a clear son. nouncement says: Out from the water came the hull, and "Aa ProfcMor Goulnow Is a citizen like the Rockefellers. Morgans, Pricks, way they confide In each other Is lu-- , baby. Yanderbllta and Astors. dlcrous. When one has an Imaginary j The field was full of such sights. But the hatch' of the conning tower was of a republic, lie U more coinittnt opened for the first breath of fresh nlr to make such a statement than others.' Urge the absolute right of labor to illness he takes the other aside, and compared to tho shells the bullets are Train Schtialc Al Lancaster, Kj. Irofeteor Goudnow said be bad inada organize and the enactment of nation- the way they put their heads together ' nothing. Give me most anything but In three long days. Rut It was too bite al eight hour and minimum wage laws. and sympathize with each other la an artillery bombardment Shortly aft. for tbo three men tn collapse lielow. . no blanket statement that a monarchy ARRIVE. conscious-neaswas IwUer than a republic, but Mid Advocate a revision of land laws laughable. Aa they share their set- - er we gained the crest of the hill thelr They died without regaining Two more men died on the way that under certain conditions such as artillery came up and began firing on No 10; 6.-0m. and recommend litigation to regain rowa they also share their Joys. to port. apply In China he believes a monarchy public lands, water power and minerYou buy their kind of Joy by the can- - oa. It waa terrible, To Maysville, connecting at Itlchmoni j way those shells would tear by would be twtter. Tne teen, and, believe me, they are a Joy- al rights obtained by fraud. with L, & N to Frankfort & Louiiville; Urge taxation of nonproductive land, oos pair. The old fellow has been Joy-- and dig a hole five feet deep was PRIEST SCORNS $12,000,000. Danger of Chaos Is Cited. C & O to Lexingenough for tho most solid nerves. At j bat exemption of the Improvements ocs for about fifteen years. The foremost arguments of tho mon at Winchester with We have two Italian brigands. One nigntlaJl we tnlrcncneu. but were on Fears Burden of Wealth and Renounce. archuita Is tho danger of chaos reign ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & thereon. Great Legeciee. Urge an amendment to the constitu- la a big, husky fellow, and tho other U the watch all night The next day the Ing as In Mexico at Yuan Shlh Kal's Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. tion providing In specific terms against a typical dramatic villain good look- artillery opened on us again, and their The Iter. William Graham of St death. Tho succession of Vice Prvsl No 71; 8:35 a, m. encroachment on rights of citizens to ing, dashing and all that stuff. We Infantry started an attack, but we Patrick's Roman Catholic church, Pttts-burgi- i, dent I. Yuan Yang, who was the na has refused to accept legacies tlon's hero In the free speech. Jury trial, to keep nnd hare an Italian kid with us. but he is stood firm and smeared them. We revolu To How I a ml & Stanford connecting bear arms, to freedom from excessive) n'y a nuisance. Tho two brigands wero relieved tliat night and returned left blm by relatives In Sydney, Aus- tlon. but wlw has been n prisoner on at Howlsnd. 1. & N to all points South ball and from cruel and unusual pun take an Interest In blm to the extent to Mont St. KloL This town, however, tralia, and Bolivia. South America, ex- on island In the Winter jmlnco grounds No2il; 11. a. m. of continually kicking and cuffing him was In range, and the Germans shelhsl ceeding $12.000.U. The priest, who Is tbo ist two years, would. It Is de ishment us at Intervals, but with no material sixty jeurs old. says that be Is too old around. Well, as I was reading your To Richmond, connecting with L & clnnil. Is) unsatisfactory to sonic of damage. Itl'SSULI magazine I heard u nolso In the yard to be burdened with such wealth, nnd Yuan Hhlh Kal's Immediate supporters N to Irvine & lleattyville, Islington WIRES CUT BY NEW WAY. The above refers to the battle of i that be has enough of this world's because It Is usscrtcd they wouM Is) fi Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. and upon going out found the six foot corporal slugging the five foot five Torgette. Mny 0. 11)15. goods, nnyway. German Application of Electric Forces unable to control blm. No 70; II :M a. m. legionnaire. I was glad to see It beYuan Shlh Kal's eldest son Is a par "It may seem strange," Tntlier GraDeetroye Entanglements. cause the little fellow needs a beating. To Kichmond, connecting with fast I should do this, but DO YOU PLAY BREVET? ham said, "that tint Invalid owing to uu Injury to his The Germans have now some mysteWeeks was out I will sleep better when I know the head sustained tn lelng thrown from train to Cincinnati. rious scientific device for clearing a He talks too much. Latest Game Combines Tennis, Golf solicitors have taken my refusal seri- Ids horse, while his other sons are un way through wire entanglements from there, but he did not like the No 27; 'i:W p. m. ness of the fight so Interfered. The ,n . . T ously nnd finally, and cease to consider important youths. a Mn4.lAMl.t.. and Croquet To Ixiuisville, connecting at Lebanon J 'he It Is Ivllovcd that the project will Nt you played the new game of me In tho distribution of the wealth. C?me "? and,lJt grad dlsptnch. The Instrument has all Have l"Ue lcf(lonna"-nB hlm V..?1 brevet? Brevet Is n combination gnme I have long known that uncles of mine consummated more or lets sptssllly Junction to Klizabethtown & Howling the appearance of what Is known No1" golf, tennis and croquet all rolled named Murphy and Hughes lited In unless dnngvrous objection Is display- - Green, and at Ilardstown Junction to projector-t- hat Is. a searchlight up Just in time Into one game that has the thrills of Australia, and that they were ixwsias. isl throughout the country, which la Kardstown & Springfield. specimen has yet been cupturod nnd nothing Is known aNiut It. except that across the yard, and tho big fellow was all and requires the skill and dexterity ed of vnst landed estates and Immense considered unlikely liecnuse tho press going to repeat the ierforuiauco when No V; 8:42 p. m. herds of cattle, sheep and hotx-s- . and Is largely controlled by the govern' It disposes of wire entanglements from of each, says the Springfield RepubTo Stanford, connecting with fast lican. It Is played oti the lawn. At that I was the nearest kin; nlsn that I ment ami the xsiple apparently nre a distance of n mile by sumo means nt Weeks Interfered again. Uy this time wo wero ull out lu the first tt looks Uko a cinch. All you had several stepuncles named Graham willing to nccvpt any government train tn Ilrlstol & Atlanta. J yard enjoying the fun. The argument ' ,nA have to do Is to seize a mallet or u in Bolivia who were snlil to lo Im which will glvo them n icrtod of vcace. Km uui uiiu iiiiiiuy, ns usual, the golf club, strike a wooden bull, drive It mensely wealthy and childless. Hut 1 I Greek fire projectors have now made Became Republic In 1912. peacemaker got n the Jaw. around u stake or through a wicket never knew any nf them their appearance on the western front. Tho American sit-tlo- wallop In us China became a republic 1'cb. 11, If they against acted nnd, In fact, never communicated with 1012, upon tho abdication of tho These also were npiuireiitly Intended wero a net and then putt tt back all bit and. In fact, they were If originally to fuse wire defenses, but you come them In any manner, Why then, even Emju'ror Kwnng Seu, following the ono of them was bit. In about n sec- Into a large bole. But when they can only operate from n maximum ond It was to try It you begin to feel foolish as were I disposed to pile tip this world's revolution of tho previous year. A proof a couple of score yards. The new was ever In the blggetbufreo for all I your stroke score mounts higher and goods, should I accept any of tbo visional constitution, formulated by the they have left?" Instrument must probably be some nov- tled around cr ho,; to to In. We bat- higher, and you uru ready to sjiend the revolutionary government of Nanking, the yard a el and hitherto unknown application of rest of the day trying to lieat your was accepted nnd under this a pronnd In no time tho guard was on electric forces. own record. visional parliament met In Peking April WINS SUIT FOR SIX CENTS. tho scene with fixed bayonets, but wo 1013. While there arc variations of the still kept on. game. It Ls plu)cd generally like golf, Amount Was Awarded In 8lander Caae, A it.TinaiK.-u- t constitution was draftLUSITANIA IN TEN VOLUMES. Brigand With a Brickbat. hole for hole, cither In mutch play or ed and the nrtlcles dealing with lbs and Plaintiff Had to Sue to Collect. Mrs. A. G. Vanderbilt Has Record of In u lull In the action 1 Imppoutsl to for n medal senre. It requires balance Attorney I'runk It. Martin eued John election nnd term of olllco of preoldeut Oecnsloniilly tho ball IL. Kane for 0 cents In Detroit ami nnd vlco president nero passed by nr.d precUloji. Press Clippings Compiled. look around lu time to tee tho villainNorth-bounUnder these Yuan Mils An unusual record of tho destruction ous looking bandit picking up u brick. has to bo JumiKsl Into tho nlr from the won. The fuct that tho costs and tlmo parliament not. In the west the game lias ecome Involved lu the cum! amounted to sev- ICal, Oct. 0, wns elected president- - for No. 10 Cincinnati Express, of tho I.usltanta and the sutequent I made a bee line for hlm and received daily 4;30 a.m. developments In tho case has been pre- a good clout on my for my trou- so popular that tournaments have been eral hundred times tbo U cents did not ft flva year term. No. 4 pared at tho request of Mrs. Alfred O. ble The guards eventually separated held. Spe detract from the Joy of tho vlctery. Yandcrbllt. The record consists of ten us, but we curried the day. Martin sighed with hntisfactlon us ho TO EXCHANGE UNFIT CAPTIVES cial, daily 0:03 a.m. No. 28 Illue Grass Special, volumes of newspaper clippings conI landed nt the Infirmary mid bad DIVING DOG CATCHES FISH. Jlugksl tho six pennies which Kano cerning the sinking of the ship by a my bead bandaged. They locked took from his pocket with great re England and 0ffnny Alio Agr daily except Sun.G:03 n.m. U up, but be should have come Has Landed Several Hundred Pounds luctance. Herman submarine. Kach volume con-talCivilian No. 14 Carolina Special, Rnts4lAM In Few Months For Mutir, 100 pages of clippings, nnd Is an with me, as n friend of the bandit's ?"..n,S,".Ma"'!L Th0 daily "Wis "ce has an- 7:00 a.m represeut bit him on tho forehead with a dish-paInch nnd a half thick. James C. EHiggens. a fanner who tallied by jnounced that agreements had been Express, dally 1:35 p.m. bandaging and was lives at Aurora, I ml., has a water In a suit for divorce against her hus- rencneu wttn tne German government No. He needed Tho books are bound In Itusslan lo No. Limited. We all shook spaniel that Is noted along the stream band.- Home tlmo )ater Kane, umong mranllnff tho vant and bear tho Inscription "&. B. tent back Immediately. rviwtrlatlon of civilian dally 6:20 n.m. Lusltania, May T, 1015." Many of tho bonds and called It square. for Its method of catching fish. The ether divers things, tald to Martin: unlit for mlHtJirj- - Mn1.-- nnd tbo fur-thNo. 12 Royal Palm, dally.. 6:37 p.m. tllpplngs tell of tho heroic last mo-'You are a cur; you have ruined my dog bos caught several hundred pounds Resumed Writing May IT. exchmiKo of lnntn-ltiittH- l prison-eSouth-bounmcnts of Alfred G. Vanderbilt, during Tho next day wo marched to the during the last few months for Its home." of wnr monthly after October, Martin started suit for slander and trblch bo assisted women and children lallroad and came north. It was a owner and hto neighbors. Express, Tho decision nt t tin MuM urns nnd No. f L o c a 1 on the sinking ship. Tbo dog dives Into the water and the Jury awarded him 0 cents. Kano Incapacity In each cnxe U t rest enkretched trip, ns wo were overcrowd-II- . daily 11:05 a.m. Mrs. Vanderbilt Intends ultimately to We disembarked nt a town called roon appears with a fish In Its mouth refused to pay. Martin then started tirely with tho government hnMlnir th No. 11 Royal Palm, dallyll:20 a.m. present the volumes to the library of kublgny, but located In another town, nnd will repeat Its diving for several Justice court action and the verdict prisoner and ench rase I to I --a JudgNo. 1 New Orleans Lim. was In his favor. file university. tt night wo used tn march down to lours at a time. ed on Ha merits. Red, dally 11:36 a.m. No. 13 Carolina Special. daily 10:16 n.m. Opera House Each Monday Night No. 3 Shown at Sue- ' clal. dally 11:36 n.m. People Ask UiV Sue. What 1 tho btit laiatireT VearToc No. 0 eiperienea in sclunc oU kind leads us clal. dally 11:B2 n m Aa icltlt mail Kiarhot to always, recommend No. 27 Dlue Grass Sno. Uwwtolmbr1U, Com trttXHirM la CUava,Volc, are dee. Just look where lie I Mntt tn il trover YVhst dee or what ilah It may Le. ish Is all etfe In crei!''n, Pv" only the thliifri i iu Humorously Describes Fight Among Members of His Own Company at the Front. Hymns were "sung" In the sign language nt funeral of denf rattle In On clnuntl. claiming Himself Emperor, INDORSES PLAN, "Chicken three times it nook," read advertisements for harvest hands in G00DN0W Minnesota. Tit POSTED Personal Stationery f0 ft) ? Central Record. L.&N " .T.JS Time Table. Danville, Ky. Southern Rail Road. !, I'f.! Roman's j Florida Diploma Pwrnltufr lot lira. Tuillva low. fo eaWluf ImumI. Art 11 at iulalul lili(u4ttlrjvltlMlioUM. Vloim.lreui,VHlo. ryMl Hulc. Thaurr. IW psUBJP. laUt IMH, la ilwtorjof Hiulc. KrjMbl PUrlOg Mad Hlf hi hMadlOC. Lett luatrtaataaHBtaiL tVhuul JOT as the saiest, sural and moat latiiiiQ. tery. Bold only by u, 10 cwU. R. E. McRobarts clal, dally except Sunday, arrives.. 8:16 p.m. For rates, routes and Information call upon or address M. J, Coughlln, agent; 'phone 348. The Central Record, Thursday Sept 2, 1915 Page 7 IN GEORGIA WOl SUFFRAGE HELP MORE THAN LYNCHINGS. " mfFSwoN:WiU J. Iv'IITtTB RICHMOND, KY. HI Te II. F. HUDSON. 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Here aro the words of two Tetinosseo peopio wno nave taKen It; MISS CORA FISHER, SO!", Saxon avenue, Memphis "Ilavo taken your medicine and It worked like a charm has removed nulto a number of gall stones, it does lust as you said it Democrats Endorse Sub- mission of Woman Suffrage? (r i I'RHACHKRSVILLK Robert I.ovinl is ill of typhoid fever. Mrs. William Ranke is again very poorly Mrs. E. Foley visited Mrs. Menefee Elmore Miss Cora Uryant of Sugar Creek, visited here. WANTED Armv Horses W. B. A Any one having any of the above to sell, should phone me 'at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. Burto Lancaster, - - - - Kentucky Lancaster Graded Schools Session Opens Aug 30 Rates on Tuition per Year. st, 2nd and 3rd Grades 4th, 5th and Gth Grades 7th, 8th and 9th Grades 10th, 11th and 12th Grades Tuition due In advance. For information 1 --- One-H- al $ 9.00 $12.00 $18.00 $25.00 ad-dres- E. W. HARRIS, Treas Made in the dipping way, by hand one at a time. As the Galvanizing is done nfter the shinnies are completely stamped to shape. there nre no exposed or cracked edges. The heavy coatlns rueaiu lorn; life without attention, a For 5je by Local Contractors or Cort right Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd St., Philadelphia. Keep a roof of prosperity over your head and help your neighbor to do likewise by trading with him in business. You Help Him, and He Will Help You HOME TRADE MEANS HOME SAVINGS. Thli paper b booming thii town nil the while. HOW ABOUT YOU?' y Mrs. Hubbard will not ask the Resolutions Committee ot the Democratic ane-olConvention for a plank endorsing woman suffrage; she will merely ask for a plank endorsing submission ot the question to the voters. Surely this is Democracy pure and simple. The women are not trying to force suffrage X American Revolution was an epl- S FOURTH-CLASPOSTdown the throats of tho Democrats, they aro simply asking them to submit g sode of this struirgle still going g tho question. If the women, who can never cast a single baljot In their own $ on In most parts of the world; 5 behalf, are willing to take their chances with the men of Kentucky, surely 9 taxation without representation g MASTER EXAMINATION, a Legislature of men. or a political party of men. especially one that call3 b Is tyranny today as it was la '76. Itself Democratic, If Its members have the courage ue expect '.n Kntucklans, g The Woman's Journal Is a week. J? Saturday, September 11th. 1915. good print and good S will be brave enough to submit the case to the in n voters j 5 ly paper, Dyehsuse. paper Trice. il.OO a year; orM President Woodrew Wilson has said that wor.an suffrage 13 a question! for the States to settle. The Democrats In Cnnrr-i- i h.ivn refnai.l Pe.reml : O for trial subscriptions, SOc for Mrs. Nancy KeMev and little dauffh The United States Civil Service Comslx monlns; 23c for ,our months ter. Miss Martha Morgan visited Mr, suffrage because they believe In the States' Rights ioctrlnc Then the Demo- mission announces that on the date cratlc party nf a state, when the women of that ate ask suffrage fcv the 2 Under a special offer now pre and Mrs. James 1. Payne. named above an examination will besub-vailing, 30c of every-dolla- r States' Rights method, will surely endorse their hiving n hearing before the Mr. Itoscoe Colyer has been appoint people That Is Democracy and It Is common Jus'i: Every subject citizen g scribed In Kentucky goes to the g held at Richmond, Ky, as a result of ed teacher of the ladies advanced Kible even should uavt Ills chance In court. Send In S which it is expected to make certificalocal suffrage work. class at the Baptist church. your name and dollar to State tion to fill a contemplated vacancy In Speaker Champ Clark has said that the coming of woman suffrage Is X Headquarters ot the Fayette Mm. McClure and children, of Crab postmaster the position of fourth-clas- s as Inevitable as the rising of the morning sun. Even a blind man must see o Equal Rights Association, 726 g at Paint Lick, Ky,, and other vacancies Orchard, visited the family of Mr. now that the question is not whether suffrage will come, but merely when McClelland Building, Lexington, P. J mold on Drake's Creek. as they may occur at that office, unb&A It will come. Over I'.AOO.flOO women In the United States are now eligible to Ky 5 it shall be decided in the interest of trie, Rev. J. M. Rogers will begin his vote In Presidential elections; 43 of the territory of the United States Is service to fill the vacancy by reinstatepastorate with Drake's Creek lUptist now "free white territory." as It Is marked on the suffrage maps. Ninety-on- e ment. The compensation of She postchurch on Sunday Sept. 5th. electors of the electoral college are sent there by the votes of women SUFFRAGE CONVENTION IN LEX- master at this office was $075 for the-laTrie's Creek Assosiation convened as well as men. INGTON IN NOVEMBER. fiscal year. here with the Drake's Creek Hapiist Lexington has won out over LouisAge limit, 21 years and over on the-dat- e The Effete East church last Tuesday morning. Th'ises ville and Covington, and will get the of the examination, with the exFor the flrtt time suffrage Is being submitted to the vote ot the Deonle aion was the 12th annual meeting and Meeting Annual of the Kentucky e lasted two'data. Large crowds present In the Eastern states; In four of these states the submission bill has trium Equal Rights Association. It will be ception that in a State where women-arphantly passed two successive legislatures with overwhelming majorities. declared by statute to be of full day. each The people will vote on the question In New Jersey In October. At the held In the early part of November. ace for all purposes at 18 years, wom November elections, tho Keystone State of Pennsylvania will vote, the Empire Mrs. Phillip Snowden. tho famous en 18 years of age on tre date of the Mighty Amazon River. State of New York will vote, and the Stare of Massachusetts, where, perhaps, English suffragist, will speak at the will be admitted. Tho Amazon Is 3,911 miles In length. the Pilgrim Fathers aro turning over In their graves, and where It Is to be convention. Other speakers of na examination rising within 70 miles of the Pa hoped Applicants must reside within the ter tlonal reputation will be nnnouncei the Pilgrim .Mothers aro turning over also as tfcu worm turns finally clflc ocean and Sowing clear across to Lexington suflragUts will e: later ritorv supplied by the post otlice, for see their dsi'ghters come Into their own after so many generations. the 'continent. ttrtaln the visiting su3ragists. Coun which the examination is annojin-td- . ty fframi leagues are asked to notify The examination is open to all citiThe Solid South sirs uesha Brecutnrtdse, President Man's Best Lessons. But to a Southerner, even more significant Is the breaking of the .solid at l.oxlbgton, at once ot the persons zens of the United States who cac . Tho best lessons a roan can liorn South on the noman suffrage question. The legislature of West Virginia, they desire to send as delegates, that comply with the requirement are front his own mistakes. Application forms anj full informal first ot all the mates south of the Mason and Dixon's Line, has voted to entertainment may be provided. submit the question to the people; it goes to the vote In November, 1917 tion concerning the requirements of Wltnln a few veeks of the time West Virginia voted, the legislatures of the examination can be secured fronr THOSE WHO CAN. DON'T (?) Arkansas and Tennessee both voted to submit, and In the lower house of the postmaster at Paint Lick, or from HUSBAND RESCUED Texas, tho Submiasion Hill lost by enly four votes, polling 90, when 94 would the United States Civil Service ComOver four have carried it .In Tennessee and Arkansas the bill must go to the legU' In Kentucky huudred thousand adult mission, Washington, can not read or write I). C. latures ugaln, lite. Tennessee women have an additional chance In that can read, make those . DESPAIRING WIFE Constitutional Convention has been railed, partly as a result of their efforts, Many ofnot to. whothis the reason tli:iit Applications should be nronertv u point Is cuted and filed with the Commiajion to which they uiu also put their causo. at woman suffrage which U sweeping the ( Washington ut least seven dnvs rem oi me country, nas gone so slowly the date of the examination. otherwlt "Will Kentucky Lead or Follow? in Kentucky? The suffragists are callAfter Four Year of DiscouragiXg In the year Kentucky men granted chool suffrngo to a limited class ing on the men of Kentucky who can it may be Impracticable to examine the Condttions, Mrs. liuUock Gave of women. This was the flrtt suffrage granted any Kngllsh speaking women read and write to rind out what Ii go applicants. Up in Despair. Husband United States Civil Servic Com. In the modern movement for tho political emancipation of women. Will Ken ng on in the world, and to get Ken mission. lucky lead now or will she follow? The time has passed when she can lucuy into the procession. Came to Rescue. any longer lead the Union, ds she used to do In early days, when her states men shaped national policies. Hut she still has a chance to lead the states WHY WE OPPOSE WOMEN TRAV. Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter or tho Soutn. Will sti.t do It! ELING IN RAILWAY TRAINS, from (his place, Mis. licttic Ilullock If the Democratic Party In Kentucky endorsos the submlsslou of the writes as follows : "I suffered for four woman suffrage questiou, and the next legislature passes (An the bill, Kentucky Reason,) ) ears, with womanly troubles, aud during men navo a pare cnance to lean tno suulli. as in the old days they lead it 1. Because traveling in trains Is PAPEC CUTTERS this time, I could only sit up for a littlo If the Democratic Conveutlon falls to do this, If the legislature of 1918 falls not a natural right. vrtiilc, and could not walk anywhere at to do this, Kentucky has no chance; for, It Is practically certain that other 2. Because our .Monitor and Associated1 tlL At times, I would have severe pains Southern states will come In beforo she has another opportunity to submit never asked to travel In trains. wo question to ner people. Kentucky men, do you want to lead or to follow 3. Because woman's place Is In the In my left side. Gasoline Engines. nome, not the train. The doctor was called In, and his treat In Justice to your women and In appreciation ot tbelr service? 4. Because It Is unnecessary: thero Wheeling Lime rr.ent relieved me for a while, but I was is no point reached by train that can What the Great Commoner Says rVII aoM.'on soon confined to my bed again. After easyfterms. not be reached on foot. "As for myself, 1 am not In doubt as to my duty, I desire to prethat, nothing seemed to do me any good, 5. Because It will double the work sent tho argument to which I give the greatest weight, the mother's 1 had gotten so weak I could not stand. DIST. AGL of conductors, engineers and brake- - iV. P. KINCAID, right to a voice In moulding the environment which shall surround her and 1 gave up In despair. men, who nre already overburdened. 'bene 199. children. STANFORD. KY At last, my husband got me a bottle ol 6. Because men smoke and Dlav "She has proven herself equal to every responsibility Imposed Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I com carus m trains, is there any reason upon her. You Con Havm Vau menced faking It. From the very first to believe that women will behavo "LET JIER VOTE1 dose, I could tell It was helping me. I better? "WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN." Alice Duer Miller. can now walk two miles without its uyea ana Woven Inia MarTi tiring me, and am doing my work." womanly If vou are all run down from troubles, don't giv up in despair. Try Cardul, tho woman's tonic. It has helped (UiMrrrug. UrlmDruv.l rn.ih.vlT more tnan a million women, in us su own u vywaHr.M, velr. lb. OUoa vears of wonderful success, and should i.aictro.inuf. beautiful rust-tota- lly atf. surely help you, too. Your druggist has urtni ana tar luwrlor t any otntr rugs wovca trues sold Cardul for years. He knows what will relievo your indigestion. Many I carpau. It will do. Ask him. He will recompeople in this town Iiavo used them' mend it. Begin taking Cardul today. and we have yet to Lear of a casa where ns 'Show youths many baauttrul from which you can nUet. Wait lrWls toi OitMiKxxi M.Jkln. Co.. L&IIm apiiul they have failed. Wo knovr the forAdvltory , Dept.. Chttunuut, Trnn.. lor Jycul ,,vuvu iua aaa vru cu wltii -- uu1a mula, Bold only by us 25o a box.'' MISS FANNIE J. HISHOP, 'rMUMatlgrWMua," wot In puia wrapper. I6-i-f R. E. McRobsrts Lancaster, Kentucky. Ells and Dora Klankenship. .Mr. William Sprinkles visited his daughter Mrs. Logan Thompson. HighItiinK me your country Hams. W. II. Hall. est price. Mrs. James Elmore and children, of Jellico, Tenn., visited Mrs. E. Foley. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vaught, of Danville, viiited Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ilrown. Miss Jennie Lawrence has been visiting her cousin. Miss Mamie Holtzclnw. Mrs. William Duvall and son, Owen Duval!, art? visiting relatives on Copiier Creek. A mule tiled to shake hands with Virgil Jones and disfigured the young man eye. Mrs. William Shaw, of Crab Orchard was visiting her mother, Mrs. W. M Master Newton Gill continues very ill of typhoid. Mrs. Murray Hubbard, of Ft. Thomas, Ky., and Her Little Son. Miss Maiy Ross visited her sister, Mrs. Hubbard Is chairman of a committee of the Kentucky Federation of Mrs. Foda Parks. Woman's Clubs, numbering 17,000 women, which trvlng to get woman suff.Mrs. J. F. Payne was visiting Mrs. rage Into the platforms of the political parties. She Is also Congressional Chairman of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association, which numbers 15.000 Sim Klankenship. women. Mr. I). II. Edmiston, of Louisville, The Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs, numbering 17.000 women, visited relatives here. voted In May to ask the political parties of Kentucky to put Into their platMrs. Marv Naylor. of Rowland, visitforms, a plank calling for the submission by the next legislature of a constied Mrs. Logan Thompson. tutional amendment to the voters of Kentucky granting full suffrage to the One of Mr. David Stevens children is women of the State. Mrs. Murray Hubbard, of Ft. Thomas, as the member of tho Federation of typhoid near Sweeney. who offered the resolution calling for action by the political parti.-- , was Miss Martha Morgan visited Miss made the chairman of a committee to urge this pUnk. 111 Her Success to Date Mrs. Hubbard's first effort was to get action from the Republican Convention In June. She got the plank endorsing submission. Those present say It brought forth more applause from the Convention than any other plank of the platform. The Prohibition Party stands this year, as always, for woman suffrage. The leaders of the Progressive Party have assured Mrs. Hubbard that the Progressives will their former platform, of which one of the most lgorous planks was for woman suffrage. Will the Democrats Stand By Their Principles? vars. Even In Kentucky, one of and J. R. Mount, Son & Co. the backward states In this respect. It Is sixteen ywirs. Georgia The of 114. which rejected a wo- FISCAL COURT OF man suffrage bill, also rejected a Mil to raise the age of consent for girls. Just as the Kentucky Legislature of GARRARD COUNTY. 1911, which rejected a suffrage submission bill also rejected a bill to Sealed proposals addressed to the Court of GarranlCminty will be to elrnteen. . ,, Is one ;Tn ."sen. . , . most backward states In the Union ""iTr "I "TS publicly when they as to the protection of working wowl read, for the improvement men and children At the time Mary me county ronu lietween Church Phann was assaulted and murdered In the Atlanta factory, she was under and Jessamine County line on Lexingfourteen years. Georgia was one of ton pike in Garrard County known a. the four states in the Union allowing Section No. 3. State Aid Road. children to work In factories at night, The work, as described and shown in and one of a very small number In the the plans and specifications to be seen Union allowing children under fourat County Judge's office will be known teen to work In factories at all. It l time Georgia men realized that as Garrard County State aiil road ns talk or "Southern Chivalry" no longer shown on general drawing. Rids must be for work to be done in goes The country Is Judging Georgia by the protection she actually gives accordance with the plans and specifiher women and children, not by her cations approved by the Fiscal Court talk about chivalry; and it Is not Jus- and the Commissioner of Public Roads, tifying the lawless acts of the lynchers and on file at County Judge's Office. either by the hypocritical excuse of The Fiscal Court of Garrard County the Mayor of Atlanta. The women of expressly reserves the right to reject Georgia have a right to demand tho any and all bids. right to protect themselves by lav, Before contracts are binding on first for with all their lynchlngs tho men ot Georgia haVe absolutely failed to parties, they must receive the approval protect them. The State that really of the Commissioner of Public Roads. wants to protect women will be found Each bid shall be accompanied by ready to give them the protection of cash or a certified check, payable at the ballot. sight to the order of the County Treasurer for 10 per cent of the amount of the proposal; which check shall beheld g SPECIAL BARGAIN OFFER, g until the execution of the contract. Before the contract is awarded, the o Suffragists who want to get o' successful bidder or bidders will be reg the news of the suffrage move- - g quired to furnish a bond of an equal o ment the world over and In 0 amount of contract for the faithful S every state of the Union should subscribe for The Woman's Jour- 3 performance of the work in accordance nnl, published in Doston, found- - g with the aforesaid plans and specificaed by Lucy Stone and Henry o tions. Blackwellj now edited by their g All work to be done under the direclaughter. Miss Alice Stone o tion and supervision of the CommisIt Is the oldest suff-tlllackwell published in the Q sioner of Public Roads. g world, and It Is today the news- - Jjj By order of Fiscal Court of Garrard O lest and the llvest special organ Q County. X published, for It deals with the X J. W. HAMILTON, g llvest topic going the comple-Clerk Garrard County. 2 tlon ot the struggle for g Individual political liberty. Our g one LegH-tsturfi-. i i The Mayor of Atlanta tries to Justify the lynching of Frank upon the ground that "When It comes to a honor, there is no liml' i" not go to avenge and protet t A fair standard by which to m i tho desire of the men of a Sfa' protect the honor of women Is tin i,t fixing the "age of consent" for girl Oeorgta Is the only State In the t'n' which has no Statute on the eubjprecedent has fixed It sometime- - ,,' ten and sometimes at twelve ye' The age of consent In the woman rage states Is from eighteen to tweiitv w- ' t ONE ROP rOHTRY CIRC dvwna cai.-k- s throat cure fairs, A few dioin In the dr nfclng irater corei aim , prevents choir-adiarrhoea anil i. therein kiincj.c. One h. btittle m.ikr U e iiinntof rr 1. toe At all sample and booklet on Kowli ' sent rRHR. Of BOURBON ft Jrurit. B"lon Rsmstfy Co.UxIiri,t Sold by McRoberls Drag Store " ;PI f - g INDIANA SILO Grinders. Old Carpets '! 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. New Rugs tt Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 2, 1915. SUE old buggy mare; 2 family box. Land Stock and Crop. two-hors- Thursday, September 23rd, 1915 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 IT HflRQF 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 nunOLiO AMH i vi ui-u- o. horses gentle for women and children. CATTLE. One Short Horn Bull; one cow and calf; one heifer, to be fresh In October; two yearling heifers. HOGS. 13 nice shoats weigh about 90 pounds, three sows and pigs, 12 fat hogs ready for market. mowing 0ne DeerInS Binder, one steel land roller, corn I1VFPI PINIF NTS hog row, one two turning plows, one Superior drill, nniviinu bees, one hand Blue Grass stripper, one settwo cultivators, one Deering plow gear,machine, onewheatand furnace,planter,wagons,barrelsbuggy and harness, one 200i wagon harness, four sets new corn in heap, one large kettle Twelve stands of about 150 e one cutting har-- 2 two-hors- e 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 Faint 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 failing 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 or sale. Phone 357-Lancaster Exchange, for further information, write or call on one-fourth B W. A. A S. C. HENDERSON, ADMRS. Lowellp Kentucky. Capt. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. Strayed from my place about a week ago, a black muley bull, weight about W-100 lbs. Holtzclaw, J. Gilberts Creek, Ky. Jno. Smith sold four calves to Prewitt Thompson for $100. ' DINNER ON THE GROUND. COAL. FARMER'S COLUMN I dpac. below tbli be.ciDi 1, (oi uh of onrhraiertntiKrlberi. the itl. ot itockiAin and .'icb farm m tbe termer c.uuot afford No in. .icln-it- . accepted orer lour notice lines, sod w(ll be Daly In wn l..aes ol tb. tree ot eharct. kcord will., and It lor things oo to adrer-tli- Fr Sale. Bull, Bull dalf and yearling Jersey best Breeding. J. II. Otter, Lancaster. Ky., R. R. No. 2 200 bushels of first class seed for (ale. Both sizes. Potatoe onions for sale. C. R. Henry, Kirksville, Ky. barley Wanted pair of second hand Fair Walton Moss. Hcltzclaw & Rich, .banks Scales. Gilberts Creek, Ky. or Sale: Three nice buck lambs, see U? K. Conn, Lancaster or II. P. Mr. Sweeney Morgan has IS good Conn, Paint Lick. mules to loan to responsible parties. A. D. Ford sold a heifer weighing bushels Seed Barley. For Sale:-20- 0 about a thousand pounds to V. A. Phone 3C3 B. Mrs. C. A. Robinson. Lear for seventy cents a pound. Strayed from Camp Dick Robinson a r'oR Sale: red bull, weight about 1200 pounds. weight about R. C. Rose. d One Shorthorn 800 pounds. bull, Riley Ison, Marksbury Ky. LOST;-Resteer, weight about 700 Strayed from my place about Aug. J. C. Morgan, lbs. Paint on hip. 2Cth. a yearling bay colt, small star In Point Leavell Ky. forehead and stocking legs. Any information will be appreciated. Mr. W. II. Brown has a good SouthB. F. Holtzclaw. Gilberts Creek, down buck he will sell worth the money. n, W. Givens. Hubble. Ky.. has Richard Gentry, of Danville, Ky., mules of about 800 bushels of Winter seed oats bought a pair of Walker, in Garrard county, for $350. for sale. Stock Wanted to graze on number They were sixteen hands high and ,one grass. J. W, Miller, manager for weighed about 2,100 pounds. It. E. Hughes. B. G. Fox, of Danville, has recently seed wheat. bought u carlood of mule colts at an For Dennle Scott, Bryantsville, average of 40. They wero shipped last Phone Mr. week to Pennsylvania parties. Fox also bought last week thirty-fou- r Sale:-7- 5 bushels potato onions. For head of yearling mules of Wm. Spill- Clarence Green, Paint Lick, man, of Lancaster, Ky,. for a total Route 2. of $3,000- - These mules were shipped J. M. Cress has 12 nice Southdown to same parties. bucks for sale. Phone him at Preachers Tille. Wanted- - I. Hamilton, of this city has 40 A six horse power gasoline engine. young white face calves be wants to Apply at this office. aell. J. Hayden Leavel purchased a calf from Wash Withers for ,18. HIGH PRICES Ruled At Scotts Sale Aad Bid&f Spirited FOR SALF.:-Thre- e weanling calves. One of tha largest crowds ever seen .good ones, and 100 bushels of good at a public sale in this county was the Jerry Hlggins, o'ultz seed wheat. one that attended the sale ot John W. t'lnt Lick, Ky. ScotUiear Buena Vista last Friday. 3$ One petlgreed yearling and one grade It was estimated that 2500 people were Jersey bull for sale cheap. Also 15 on the grounds. young ewes, and 100 bushels of seed rye. Bidding was very spirited and the E. C, McWhorter.Paint Lick, Ky prices realiztd for most of the per- sonaltiek were considered by many I) Captain T. A. Elkjn wants to take In be fabulous. Capt. I. M.. Dunn who aotne cattle to graze on his farm. was the spokesman for tha day, being Plenty of grass - and abundance of the chief auctioneer, reports the fol ' water. lowing; shoats, $8.10 the hundred, 100 ' sheep brought $7.60 a head, while not Fob Rent: For year 1916, about very forward valves averaged from 86 acres timothy, 45 acres bluegrass, $35. to $37.50 a head, other cattle 5 room house, good garden, all uoder ranging in. price from 7) to 8 cents fence. Fred J. Conn, Route No. 1 ffood pound. Mules were also high, one 125 bushels of a pair bringing $375. The farm con' FOR SALEi-Abo'No. 1, Seed Wheat of the Red Fultz tainlnc 2S8 acres was 'knocked off.' to Stone Bros, Bourne, Ky. I Mr. Will Scott, for $W an acre. Variety. Miss Maud Wilson will return soon to Hazard to attend High School. Mr. Mike Turner has returned from Mr. Noah Marsee has gone to Bar- - a visit to relatives in Lexington. boursvill and Middleaboro for a visit. Mr. Grover Wilson has returned to Bring ine your Country Hams, high Lexington after a visit to home folks. W. B. Ball. est price. Bring me your Country Hams, high Miss Cecil Bowling will leave next est price. W. B, Ball. 2t. week to attend K. C. W. at Danville Mr. Ale Ledford sold a nice saddle for another year. horse to parties in Rockcastle Co., for Miss Mary Ellen Farlee expects to no. leave in a few days to spend several Miss Lorraine Tudor, spent several weeks in Louisville. days with her Mr. and Mayme Lee Ballard will go to Mrs. J. A. Tudor. Miss Lexington Friday for a short visit to Mr. Cully Henry Is having an addiMrs. W. T. Woolfolk. tion built to his house consisting of 2 Mrs, G. T. Ballard and Mrs. Thomas rooms and veranda-Mr- . and Mrs. Henry Curtis of KirksBallard, of Lancaster, spent Wednesville were recent guests of Mr. and day here with relatives. Miss Elizabeth Bryant will go to Mrs. Nathaniel Prewitt. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson spent Paint Lick Monday where she will several days with their daughter, Mrs. teach in the graded school. Charlie Rigaby near Stanford. Mrs. Marshall Guveant, of Misses Maud and Thelma Wilson athas been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. tended church at Kirksville Sunday and Hogan Ballard at "Pine Crest . Mr. H. L. Elder of Lexington was a were the afternoon guests of Miss Ida Mae Galley. week-en- d guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Sidney Warmoth, of Stanford Hogan Ballard at "Pine Crest". and Mrs. Ira Richards, of Kokomo, Ind Mrs. John W. Bryant who was operat were here to attend the burial of Little ed on for appendicitis last week is get Elizabeth Prather. ting along niqely as could be expected. Little Elizabeth Annie Prither, age Miss Crawford, of Danville, the nurse eight years and four months died at hi who was with Mrs. John Bryant re home at. Nina. Ky., on Friday evening turned to her home at Danville Sunday. last at two o'clock, she was the daugh Mr. W. C. Rose of Lexington, spent ter of Mr, and Mrs. W, L. Prather, and several days last week with his parents leaves to mourn her toes, besides her Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rose at "Camp parents five brothers, Manely, Charlie, Dick Robinson". Jessie, Sammie and Willie B. She was Quite a large crowd from here at- ill Just one week of that dreaded disease tended the Scott sale near Buena Vista Dyptheria. Elizabeth was a bright and last Friday. It was the largest sale beautiful little girl and will be greatly missed by all who knew her, especially held in this vicenity for years. It Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rankin, Mr. by father, mother and brothers. and Mrs. D. F. Rankin, Mr. and Mrs. seemed as if'God chose the Flower of James Rankin and Mr. Dave Rankin the Flock, she being the only girl, and and children spent Sunday at Hubble, the light of the home, she was ever having gone to attend the "Dedication" ready and willing to help others, and when the call came, she was prepared, services at that place by Rev. Pat and ready to answer, calling her loved Davis. ones to her bedside, she told them she Among those from here who went to was going to meet Jesus, and two hours Hubble Sunday to hear Rev. Pat Davis later passed happily and safely into the were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams and arms of Jesus. Jesus said suffer the children, Misses Eliza Ison, Holtzclaw little children to come 'unto me, and and Caldwell, also Mr. and Mrs. M. O. forbid them not for such is the KingKennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mershon, dom of Heaven. The remains were BvUon and Mr. Will Miss Flossie Mae laid to rest Saturday afternoon In the Swope, Miss Mary Ellen Farlee, Robert Lancaster cemetery. Hutchinson, Mrs. E. H. Ballard. Mr. Bryan Ballard, Misses Mayme Ballard and Cecil Bowling. Rev. Davis will return here at an early date to conduct a series of meetings. BRYANTSVILLE Women In Tobacco Factor! There are 3,000 mora women thaa men working tn the tobacco factories) In Pennsylvania. Mankind Classified. Mankind Is divided Into two elaasea those who earn a living and doat let It, and those who get a Mvlsf without earning It. Mere Man. Man Is not only ot few days and full ot prunes, but he Is an insignia-can- t mutt at his wedding, his wife's parents are the heroe when the first baby comes, and after that his wife takes over his pay envelope every week. Houston Post .a. A Qreet Su TBI has been a great summer not " Lay in your coal while it is cheap. to go camping. We sell Red Ash Jellico rnd Red Com et Block. Straight Creek and Ideal Jel Baerlenoa. A boy of ripe experience Is too lico round. Special price this month. monkey with green fruit. H. 11. Northcott. COAL. NOT IN THE TRUST. The Robinson Famous Shows which exhibit at Richmond on Sept. 7th., are not in the show trust. Several induce ments were made to them to join the show trust, but they refused all offers, and will continue to give the public s the same shows, only this season will be enlarged In every department, as the show now travels on its own special train of cars. The trust msgnates advised the management to obliterate the street parade, but h refused positively, and this year has enlarged his street psgeant so as to make It two miles in length, with plenty of music, pretty ladies, line horses, funny clowns and massive open cages of animals and takes place daily on the public streets free. high-clas- when No Joke. Brevity may be the soul of wit, bat a man la short Ifa no Joke. granj-parent- You Should Knew This. . The world will have to get along without yon some day, don't think that It can't do It now. Dally Thought A lie alwar. ha. a BUCKEYE Miss Lucinda Carter spent Wednes day night with Miss Mattie Calico. Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Preston spent Sutiday with Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter. Mr. Ed. Arnold, Printus Walker and Robt Long have purchased Ovland cars Mrs. Harrison Ray and grand-chil- d ren spent Saturday with Mrs. Louie Noel. Miss Elsie Pearl Whittaker spent part of last week with her cousin Miss Barbara Gulley. Misses Ha Hill and Pattle Long spent part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. John Hill at Hyattsville. Mrs. Hirm Ray spent part of last week with her daughter Mrs. L. L. of welibt with those who wish to be lieve IU Rice. rt.i .n. irh. Future Reform Work. When the modern reformer. flM.h preparing girls for matrimony they might devote their at ton! Inn tn ing ducks to swim. Washington Post. -- OF- Commissioner' s Sale of Personalty. Garrard Circuit Coutt. Rudolph Wurlitzer Co.. vs G. H. Ruble, et al, HUGHES & Plaintiff, SWINE6R0AD THE REAL ESTATE MEN LANCASTER KY. Come and let us sell you a farm in Garrard County, where five millions of pounds of the best tobacco is grown annually; where all the agricultural products grow abundantly; where the beat live stock is bred; where the blue grass grows, where good schools, moral and hospitable people are attracting many home seekers. Lancaster the the county seat, has three banks, telephone exchange, electric light plant, creamer) , splendid water works system, two flouring mills, grain and hemp warehouse, tobacco warehouse, on the LAN railroad, one of the best graded schools In the State, having an endown-men- t fund of $50,000.00 In addition to a $30,000.00 new school building. "We can sell homes or choice lots near the school. Our price is the owner's price. Ua refer to any bank or to any official for proof that we will deal fairly with you; as ws have done for ten years and have no dissatisfied customers. Improved and unimproved farms of all slsea and various locations and at various prices, but any farm priced at Its market value. -- f Sanders at Crab Orchard. Misses Jennie and Nellie Cox of Lancaster spent Saturday and Sunday with Misses Leota and Rosa Ray. Mrs. T. 0. Hill and daughter, Miss Her, spent last Thursday with her daughter, Mrs, Walker Bradshaw. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gulley and daughter, Miss Barbara were visitors in Kirksville the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Ransy and Misses Virgil and Elverie Carter spent Sunday with Mr. Hirm Ray and family Mrs. Forrest Curtis and children of Bryantsville spent part of last week with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Hiram Ray. Mr. J. M. Amon. Willie Ray, Mrs. Robt. Long and son, Willie P. and Mrs. Nora Teater motored to Richmond last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Cotton and I will stand my champion Boar, children of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. R. Logans Chapel. B. Brown and Mr. Isasc Brown of "WADE HAMPTON" Winchester spent Saturday and Sunvery busy now cutting Farmers are day with Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Brpwn at Paint Mck. Ky., for SIXTY DAYS and family. tobacco. Mrs. Webb Kelley is very III with Misses Zona Whittaker, Geneva TurFee typhoid fever. This bog was first In his class, first ner, Anna Murphy, Mr. Elbert Murphy Mrs. Henry Lewis has about recover- In the Herd ring and second In the Mack 'Ross, Eddie Dawson, C. J. Davis and Dlllard Stbastam spent Sunday ed from typhoid fever. sweepstake at the Stanford Fair. with Misses Zula and Mayme Calico Mr, James Burcnell of Lexington h R. J. WALKIR, Paint Lick. and brother. here for a visit to relatives. OF $30.00. Defendants. Pursuant to a iudimnt run.l.r.i herein at the June Term. 1H1R ih un dersigned Commissioner will sell at pub nc auction uerore the Court Hou.e door In Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock a. m. or thereabouts, on MONDAY. SEPT 27th. 1915. it being the first dav of ih County Court term, the personal prop, erty mentioned In the pleadings and described as follows: One Wurlitzer Piano No 18057. The purpose of this aala la tn ..ti.r.. the debt due thnnl.lntiir n,inini. ilizer Co., amounting to $197.00 wlla interest at six per cent per annum from April a, iai3, until paid, and the estimated cot of this action amnurttlnir m ut KY. RED BERKSHIRE TERMS: The sale will ba mail an a rr.,.11. three months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with ap proved security for the purchase price bearlns six ner rnt tnu.., date until paid, having the force and effect of a Judgment upon which ex- .. $1.50 ecution may Issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of Garrard Circuit Court, and a IUne .III v "ill retained upon the said persenal property me sam purchase money Is paid' uniii W. H. BrOWn. Maitar rVrnml.-lAn.- .. Garrard Circuit Court. 1 r