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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 9, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915090901_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 9, 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. A rWRNTY SIXTH YEAR. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELWIOli, UHIAHSISHED DEMOCRACY AND O00D (WVEIWMEN1. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 9. 1915. Hand Us That $. SPEAKS IN STANFORD Morrow, republican candidate for Governor, will speak In Hon. Gdwln P, HUMBfcR si. S. D. COCHRAN APPOINTED Delegate to Irrigation Congress. Gov. McCreary has appointed Mr. S. I). Cochran of this place as a delegate to the International Irrigation Congress which meets at San Francisco on September 1.1th to ISth. See bur "Money Maker" g Commercial Club Mtels Tonight. Cut jcur weetlj. Tobacco cutting is almost over in this i Stanford next Saturday afternoon. LABOR DAY. See The Safe Silage Cutter. GOOD DEALERS SELL THEM. watch out. The only evidence wo had that last an hour. Murdav was labor day. was the closing of the post office; every body but Tost' Chief Ruck will get you, If you don't master Drown was busy. limit-six Remember the speed miles GEORGIA LYNCHERS Jury. Three Act Comedy THE ELOPEMENT OF ELLEN SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Not Indicted By Grand T n Garrard county will have crop of corn. bumper NEEDED IMPROVEMENTS CAREFUL MEN BUY THEM. All Sizes from 3 Horse Power up. Automatic Safety Yoke, "Always Ready" Detachable Trucks carry a Complete Cutter on Skids. Saves time, freight and storage. Si The L. & N. has had a force of workGood shows every night at both men for the past wek mailing some picture houses. needed Improvements at the local staThe Grand jury has returned about tion, for which the public should be grateful. forty Indictments. A mighty good show ium tomorrow night. at the Auditor GOOD CIRCUS. 60NN BROTHERS. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. About twenty-fiv- e people from here If winking at a retty woman affords "took In" the Robinson circus at Richyou pleasure, try It on vour wife. mond last Tuesday. Relieve me, It was The postmaster general has kindly some circus and 25 of the funniest granted permission for mail carriers to cbwns' Vou ever see'd". II. Ford sayi deliver In automobiles. he needs an automobile on that mad of STATE FAIR BEGINS MONDAY his about os bad as the Devil needs The thirteenth exhibition of the fire. Kentucky State Fair will begin in You don't have to go to war to be Louisville next Monday and continue patriotic. Improve vour locality, up for six days. Every body In the state hold your own, enlarge Its interest!, should attend this fair at least one day. and lend a hand to progress, and you are a patriot-- a lover of your country "GOODY-GOOD" as truly as a soldier who shoulders his musket The Interior Journal says; "I'rohibi lion won at Montreal, Quebec. It wasn't the state-widsort we heard of BALL GAME prior to August 7th. but a The I'aint Lick boys will cross bats thoroughbred which had been given with Point Leavel! on the latter grounds that name." ntxt Saturday afternoon. This will be The dam of Prohibition, was Goody good game and should draw n good Good. Do you tumble; e fleet-foote- d A dispatch from Marietta, Ga., says The Cobb county grand Jury reported late yesterday that it had been unable to find enough evidence, after two days devoted to examination of witnesses, to indict anyone for the lynching of Leo M Frank. The report stated: "We have found several clues, but we have been unable to find anyone wio We have could Identity any person. done our best, under our oath, and we regret to state that we have been un able to find enough evidence to Indict anyone for this crime. More than thirty-fiv- e witnesses were examined. Friday. September 10. Reserved Seats 35cts. Seats on sale at McRoberts Drug Store. General Admission 25cts. All School Children 15cts. $3.60 ROUND TRIP TO LOUISVILLE. On account of the State Fair, the L. sell round trip tickets to Louisville Sept. 13 to 18, good return ing as late as Sept. 22, for $3. CO. & N. will 3) REDUCED RATE TO LEXINGTON. On account of the races the L. & N. will sell round trip tickets to Lexington and return, Sept. 9 to 11th good for three days not including date of sale, for $1.70. . This space is donated by Haselden Bros., leading Hardware Merchants of . W. 0. RIGNEY it crowd. DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN. TRY A FORD RUNABOUT GOOD PLAY AT SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Funeral ft Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollice Phone 18, Resilience Plume 33. The Democratic campaign will be formally opened at Glasgow, Monday, September 20th, when Hon. A. 0. Stanley and Judge James Mack will be the principal speakers. Lancaster. ATTENTION PARENTS. The Harrodsburg Herald says: "There is still an untried field for enterprise. No automobile manufact urer makes anything to take the place of the buggy of the good old days of long ago. No steering device will ever succeed the horse that was trained to k4p the road with the lines tied around the whip." SEPT. 10. 1L 1 C SCHOOL BOOKS. 8 We have all the State Adoptions. TABLETS. SATCHELS. PENCILS. LUNCH BOXES McRoberts Drug Store. I In Leading I American 'Company I 0 Such as the Springfield Fire and Marine. To INSURE a 111 IF TT-f- c CAIMT U 2,00,000,00 ELKIIN, 2$ THOMAS Agents. Inasmuch as there will be ns class organized In the First Grade of the ANOTHER DISCONTINUED Lancaster Graded School In January of this school year.all parents, having I'ostmaster Brown has received of children eligible to enter the school dur- - ficial notice that the post ofllce at ng the year, are advised to enter them Marksbury will be discontinued In s Al. u. uancer. now. few weeks. This will prove an Incon' venlence to those living on the Lexing ton pike and near this little hamlet and GOOD HOME TALENT PLAY. will necessitate them putting up mail You should be sure and see "The boxes, that they may be served from Elopement of Ellen", which will be the Star Route that runs between Lan presented at the School Auditorium to caster and Nlcholsjville. morrow night (Friday) by the Senior Christian Endeavor. In another place HELP US. in this Issue we print the program and the cast of characters. Never find fault because u newspaper fails to give every scrap of news so long as you take no pains to give the CAR BURNS. editor Information. The average edit Mack Hendren of liryantavllle lost or isn't a medium or mind reader, his new Overland car Monday when he but he gets tne news the same way investigated his engine with the aid of that a milkmangets his milk by pump a match. The gasoline tube had broken ing. This is true especially of that and while attempting to locate the clasi of Items as personals. Rightly trouble the gas exploded and the car they are not "pufTery", but simply Mr. personal mention for the information TV burned in about twenty minutes, Hendren was unhurt. . of local readers and those having friends visiting them should always let the local editor know it, and he will always GETS JUDGMENT be glad to give it the proper notice, Two days of last week was taken up So if you have a bit of news worth 1 with the case of Homer Wand against printing put It in the way of our pencil . the L & N railroad and resulted in a pusher. judgment for the plnintilf in the sum of $5000. Mr. Illand fell or was thrown HAY PITCHER. from the train near the depot In ago and received How Owsley Stanley had time to about a year Injuries about the head which rendered studv law and run for Congress will alIHX). ways remain a mystery. He sued for $1.1, him unconscious. Already 3GS farmers of Doyle county have come li The case will bo appealed. forward with the statement that the future governor "pitched hay for me (!) GOES TO SOUTH AMERICA. every summer and I never had a better Waller Mud.on who has been spend-in- hand." his vacation with his parents, Mr. Kentucky s other great statesman. and Mrs. 11. F. Hudson, left Monday was known as a "railsplit'er". Owsley I for New York, from which place he seems destined to go down in the an sailed Tuesday to Ecuador, where he nuals of history as a "hay pitcher". Truly we have reached ths'lfe when has accepted a position us mining engineer with the South American posterity and social rank help only the Development Co., miners of gold und mediocre, -- genius needs no such stilts. silver. Mr. Hudson recently gave up It was a long way from "rail splitter" a positor with the Guggenheim in- to President und a long way from "hay We know terests in Chile, that he might accept pitcher" to Governor. Abraham split rails, because we have this more lucrative position. seen them. Look out for a whisk of hay in future museums. HIM. The Senior Christian Endeavors are preparing an excellent home talent play to be given at the School Auditorium Sept. 10th. The Society has secured at a price of twenty dollars royalty, the use of the play, "The Elopement of Helen." Notwithstanding the expense of staging such a play, the prices will be very reasonable. Reser ved seats, 35 cents; Admission, 25 cents; All school children 10 cents. NO GOVERNMENT BUILDING "ii ir G. M. LYONS BUSY CASH STORE FOR SHELBYVILLE. s "If they can't get pudding, they very applicable in wont have pie"-Ithe case of the new Government building for Shelbyville, her citizens refusing to accept a brick building and insist on one of stone. The result being they wont get elther.atleast very soon, according to recent dispatches from Washington. Lancaster would like to have a stone building, but she will accept one of brick. Come on. Uncle Sam, we are not hard to please. SPEED LIMIT LAW TO BE ENFORCED. The city council at its meeting last Monday night instructed Chief of Police Orville Ruck, to enforce the law re- Just back from the Market with full line of FALL GOODS Ladies and Gents ready to wear goods, the very best quality and best prices. Also full line of New and Stylish Millinery. G. M LANCASTER. LYONS. KENTUCKY. n el Lan-cast- garding fast driving of automobiles and motorcycles in the city. This law has been disregarded by so many, that a few fines will teach the offenders a lesson. Several near accidents have occurred recently and if a stop is not put to It at once, it is only a question of time until some one Is seriously hurt Another law is being openly violated every day when parents permit their children to drive their cais. This can only be permitted whilo the parent o parents are in the car at the time. VOTE FOR TOM BALLARD. For Sheriff 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 uny man, und that George T. Rullurd Jr., was his chief deputy, George T. Rallard Sr., his father, being a partner with Mr. Robinson in the emoluments or fees of the office. If Mr. Rallard is elected 1 IE in 3C 1L The Place For g Bargains. BUGGIES, It I SWAT OR RENT 3d acre farm for rent for 6. Tobacco, hemp, corn, meadow, wheat and grazing land. The best stock water. Two tobacco barns, one stock barn and good residence. Cash rent. 1 1 ' 1 s llociuse the tly is small and does not roar like a lion or devour its prey at a mouthful, mankind pays littlo attention to it. Hut the tly is as deadly a foe to civilization as uny of the pests of more fearsome niect, which man makes it Sa his business to exterminate. The fly's attack is Insidious hiuI therefore the mure to be guarded against. He buzzes into the houses, drops his deadly disease germs where they will fertilize and buzzes out ugain to pick up a fresh cargo. Swat him, he is your enemy. 1 THIS IS A FACT. An example of how badly a purchaser wants his new automobile says the Danville Messenger is shown by the action of our friend, Clay Sutton, of Garrard county. The ugent who took Suttons order also koU two other cars at the game time, and all were tu bu delivered NARROW ESCAPE v A.H.Bastin&Son mmom Lust Friday morning u team hitched to a farm wawon ran into the buggy occupied by Mr and Mrs. John 8iioo, eotnpWUlv dmolishiug the buggy and throwing bath occupant out. Mr. Simpson was rendered un- IHiaus for start whlU). but soon gate rHlwl Hlrtjtht'und tutkle from the thffc U not srius4y hurt. Mr. Stop-hu- i with ii(sr buari. The AtaidMt mrl tbou, one mth fm Qrafe QrsMid pike, lim iMd m together. However, he got n tip that the ugent was Iwaded for Lancaster with only one car. Residing on the Lcxieglon road, over which it was to arrive, he took his oition on the front fence at his hwme, and, with check in hand, wutchad for the coming car. When it hove In bight, Mr. Sutton run into the road and "held up" the agent. Waving the cheek In his fnoe, the ear was demanded in ouch insistent terms that lh auiit lurtwd It ovr Ui Sutton and walked on into lancflfcter to nuwt tsw two eifcw bopmt wim ware equHy a kmIsh bat ml quit m thtMiwXtc sms SuMgiu . Ilit drew his nw w ts Qsttlls tontVf ami ws aciinwda tj hsj ( kj Hfct gs4r sjf for the two years, yet remaining of the term, he is pledged, and Justly so, to give the widow of Mr. RoNfcsm half the profits or fees of the office, which as certainly belong to her us any pro perty 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 voters of Garrard county will overlook the principles of justice and equity in this race. If the ollice belonged to Robinson and Rallard before Mr. Robinson's death, the le. maluder of the term belongs to Rallard and Mr. Robinson's widow. If the voters will calmly coiiaidtT this, as a matter of right and justice, they will not recall or revoke what they lutv ikrw, und Tom lUllard will be elwctMl bv an overwhelming majority. Fair Play. Adv. 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. TO LEASE. '1st. class Garatfe, in desirable, location, or will hire good man oa salary. W.J.ROMANS. ' Lancaster, Kentucky. Vtril!.". i Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 9, 1915. OF LAND and STOCK Tuesday, September 14th, 1915. 1 and-remainder Beginning at 0 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 44 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 in cultivation. This land prowell watered, under good fence and about 50 acres now in grass mile of good school. At same time will sell the following: duces good tobacco, hemp, corn and within one-ha- lf d d mules, 3 weanling mules, bay saddle horse, 1 bay Stallion by Chester Dare, 1 bay horse, 1 pair One yearling sorrel colt, 1 1 Jersey heifer, 10 stock hogs weight 100 to 125 pounds, 3 sows and pigs. One Deering binder 1 Deering mower, 1 two horse wagon, 1 spring tooth harrow, 1 2 weanling colts, riding disc turning plow, 3 double shovel plows. TERMS OF SALE: The land will be sold on the following terms; One-thircash, balance in three equal payments due In one, two and three years from January 1st, 1916 bearing per cent. Terms of personalties made known on day of sale. Possession given January 1st, 1916 with seeding privilege this fall. 6 two-year-old HORSES, MULES, CATTLE, HOGS AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS. eight-year-olsix-year-old three-year-ol- d Mrs. Sallie A. Maret, Qamp Nelson, Ky. A. T. SCOTT. Auctioneer. church. BOONE'S ROAD. Where the mountain's rocky wall looms so solemn, grand and high, With the white mists for their palls as they tower to the sky, Where the great woods dream and waters flow thereunder Where the silence is not stirred save by voice of beast or bird. Or when mighty winds are heard breathing thunder-Thro- ugh these rocky gates they came, the foreTathers of our land, These rude architects of fame, bold of heart and strong nf hand, Came to conquer foes and rear their dwelling places: Oh.'the homespun garb they wore, oh, the trusty guns they bore; Oh, the light that gloried o'er their stern faces. Death was 'round them everywhere, these devoted hunter bands. Men who sought the foeman's lair with their lives bore in their hands, Famine met them by the way, and sickness tried them: But a courage grand and high nerved them on the dare and die, And immortal Liberty walked beside them. Peaceful hamlets soon upsprang where the wigwam smoke once curled. And by peaceful firesides sang women, angels of the world. Little children played outside the un- barred portal: Fields of wheat and tassled corn drank the dews at eve and dawn, Thus from war and death was born Teace immortal. When the fireside flame shines bright and the air outside blows cold. For sweet Childhood's delight some gray pioneer and old, Some rude Homer of the bluegrasstellr their story Oh, his eyes flash as of yore, oh, his cold blood warms once more As he boasteth o'er and o'er of their glory. Boone'j Oh, thou rugged mountain road through the wilderness, Leading onward day by day for the foot of man to press. By the spirits of dead heroes thou art haunted On the lonely path they stand, head erect and gun in hand, Guarding still their blood bought land all undaunted. When the trumpets of the air wake the silence over head. Fancy sees them standing there, them, the grand and the glorious dead, With the splendor of their great deeds shining o'er them Waiting in sublime array, on that lonely mountain way, 'Til tKe mighty judgment day breaks before them. ELVIRA MILLER SLAUGHTER. Mr and Mrs. Beverly Rout have Misses Minerva and Pearl Spuriock moved from the Elmore property on Miss Mattie May Carter is the guest entered Richmond Normal Monday. West Main street to the Menefee propof friends at Lebanon. n Miss Dora Scott left Monday for erty on the Sjmerset pike. The house Mrs. C. C. Gooch, of Waynesburg, is where she will enter school. vacated by Mr. Rout will be occupied the guest of Mrs. E. C, Jordan. by J. M. Carter and wife. The Ladies Aid Society met as usual Misses Lucy Lee Walton, and Lottie on Thursday evening they report a Thomas Newland. who has been in Carson are visiting in Hustonville. very good attendance and one new Wichita Falls, Texas, fur several years The little baby of Mr. and Mrs. A. OFFICE member. has returned here and accepted the Messrs Kay and Harry Lackey are B. Phillips has the whooping cough. position as assistant postmaster, to CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING, Mrs. Delia Murphy of Shf lby City. U expected soon for a visit to their parents succeed Winifred Duncan, who hat OHice Phone tt) Residence Phone i) here with Mrs. George F. DeBorde. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lackey. been the competent and accommodating Samuel Rusitzsky, of New Bedford, LANCASTER. KY assistant since thi. first of the year. Mrs. Wallace Walter is in Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore have reMass., who has been the guest of his The Stanford Graded School opened turned home after a protracted stay the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ivy Cox. sister, Mrs. Sam Robinson for several with his father in Williamsburg. here Monday with a very promising Misses Payne, of Germany are the weeks has returned home. future. The opening exercises were Save money by buying your coal from guest of their uncle, C. E. Tate and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Bromley have conducted in the auditorium of the High us this month. Get our prices on family 1 taken room with Mrs. Mary Penny on school building conducted by Revs. 1). Mrs. J. S. Rice and Mrs. A. B. depot Northern and Home grown seed rye. street, and are taking their meals M. Walker and P. L. Bruce. After the Hudson, Hughes & Farnau Florence were in Danville Tuesday for j at the Hunn boarding house. opening exercises Supt. W. C. Wilson the day. Mr. W. O. Henderson bought of Mr. I Mrs, Kate B. Hopper has had all of made a few remarks to the pupils, Miss Eitella Walker, of Garrard, is Millard Ledtord a nice farm on Richher children with her for the past week leaving the following is a guide for the lit W. Morrow, Orailtmte Optician mond and Lancaster pike. We regret the guest of Miss Belle Denny and Mrs and of course there has been great ftlmti Filled iT..r ! . .r.Me.tl joy pupils "Be not deceived, God is not very much to part with such a good and W. S. Embry. and happiness in this godly home. mocked, for whatsoever a man soweth Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McKee spent the hospitable neighbor. Thomas and Clinton Coleman left that shall he also reap." There uere week-en- d in Hustonville with relatives Mr. W. L. Scott of Ohio and Misses Monday forUniversitv of Virginia to 3s2 pupils enrolled the first day and and friends. Margaret and Eva Scott of Lexington enter school. This is the second year more are expected ta come in later. Mrs. Alfred Spottwood, of Lexington have returned after a delightful stay of for Thomas and the first for Clinton. This is the largest enrollment this school Fine Cut Flowers. several days with their father, .Mr. J. is the guest of Mrs. George F. CrawMisses Martha Ewing and Mary Lee j has ever had. The teachers for this ford and family. A. Scott and family. v relat!-ve- s 'year are;W. C. Wilson, superintendent; Terhume, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Armstrong, of Rev. Warren, of Lexington, who has M. in Lebanon, have returned to their Dennis Spragens, high school teacher Christian Louisville, are the guests of Mr. and been Pastor cf Fairview Gastineau; home with Dr. T. W. Pendington here. assisted by Miss Lucile Church for the past two years, has re Mrs. J. A. Allen. News comes from Muskogee Okla, Miss Eldridge, eighth grade; Miss Sal-li- e signed at this place, but has resumed his Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Bromley and little Burdette, seventh grade; Miss Sallie work near Lexington. Let us hope his im. daughter left Wednesday for Louisville that Mrs. Materson Peyton had killed Mills Craig, sixth; Miss Ruth Darnall, herself. She leaves two daughters who pressive words will reach many a "Sin-Laden- ," to make their home. . had just finishedsehool to mourn her fifth; Mrs. C. H. Campbell, fourth; heart, there as they have here Miss Jennie Newland, third; Mrs. II. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hill are the guest I03S. to him many, many regrets and extend D, Phillips, second; Mils Annie Mcof her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Mr. S. Albert Phillips, of Lexington, of his resignation and as grand success Mershon at Somerset. Lick, Kentucky who has been the guest of home folks Kinney, first. Miss Ellen Ballon, in "Thro' life", as he has started. Mrs. Hugh Noe and children have rc in London spent the week-en- d at Crab strumental music, Miss Esther Burch. The Misses Scott presided at a well home after a visit to relatives Orchard with his brother. Dr. M. M. expression, and MisJ Elizabeth Higgins appointed dinner on Friday evening at turned vocal music. .11. I). and friends at Springfield. II. Phillips and wife. their beautiful Country home in comMiss Ethel Powell and grandmother. Rev William Omer Foster, of Atlan pliment to their brother of Ohio and McCREARY listers of Lexington. Among the guests Mrs. R. J. Powell are visiting relatives ta, Ga., joined his wife here this week at the home of her father, J. S. Hocker Mrs, J. C. Warikoth of and friends in Boyle county. were Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Walker is In Madison Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary Misses Isabella Reynolds and Mary where they will spend several days be Co., with relatives. Henderson, Mr. Kirksville, Mrs. returning home. and Mrs. Mack Henderson, Mr. and Lois Gann of McKinney, were guests fore College. Dora and Elizabeth Hagan were reMrs. Geo. Garner and Miss Lucile at the Hunn House this week. The soda fountain has arrived for the cent visitors of Mary Ham. Olllce at W. B. Burton's Sale Stable. Lackey. All report an enjoyable even Misses Lyle Cooper and Mary Eliza new cafe that is to be opened in this Mrs. Ben Ham and children have been Night Phone 211. Ing. beth McKinney have been the guests city by Wallace Walter. Mr. Walter visiting Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Ham. is being assisted by his nephew, Robert Protracted meeting which has been of Mrs. R. M. Fisher at Danville. Rev, P. 11. Canuray will preach at in progress at Fairview for the lasttwo Mrs. Laura Hundley and daughter. Walter of Lancaster. Antioch Sunday morning and evening. weeks has just closed with an addition Miss Sara, went to Louisville Monday Miss Florence Truheart left this week Miss Lillie Mae Sutton was the guest of twenty three new members by Emer to take up the:r work for the winter, for Huntington, W, Va., to visit Mrs. sionjind a goodly number by member' U, V. D. Darlington for several weeks of her aunt Mrs. Grimes of Lexington Misses Lottie Carson and Josephine last week. ship. Baptismal Services were rendered Brady have returned home after a visit before going to Pittsburg, Pa., where at "Conn's Pond"on Sunday evening at Mr. R. II. Beazley and family and she h8 accepted a position. to Mrs. W. 0. Speed at Hustonville. last of Rolinda Hill were guests of Mrs. 5:30. On Sunday night at tl Mrs. Walter G. Smith, who has been Mrs. Miss Emma Warren returned to Cin Somerset. the services there was many a tear-dimmat Canon City, Cut. for several months W. II. Waddle of Parish cinnati Sunday after spending several eye Rev. aa Miss Beulah Beazley attended the Our first ofTcrini! of for her health has returned home very the remarkable and one weeks here with friends and relatives. much improved. Her host of friends Somerset fair and was the attractive of Mrs. J. J. Lawrence andlittledaugh-ter- , who has done so much good in so great guest of Miss Albertie Cox. welcome. giving her a cordial of Mt. Vernon, are here the guests are a work assisted in singing the sacred ntrtained on Tues Mrs. C E. and parting song, "God be with you of her husband, who Is working at the Liniment. Chamberlain's Everything for Orchard. Lawn ant) depot. 'till we meet again. day evening at her home on West Main Garden. If you are ever troubled with aches, Mrs. Ceorge Graham, of Lebanon, is street in honor of ner nieces, Misses the guest of her father, Mr. Arch Fry Payne of Germany, The evening was pains or soreness of the muscles, you Write for free Catalogue. No Agts will appreciate the good qualities of at Hustonville and brother, Harry Frye much enjoyed by about thirty guests. Sick headache, biliousness, piles and at Hubble. The improvement on the Baptist Chamberlain's LInlirent. Many sufbad breath are usually caused by inac& Sons, Misses Elizabeth and Nancy Hunn church in the way of Sunday school ferers from rheumatism ami sciatica tive bowels. Cct a box of Rexall It Orderlies. They act gently and effechave returned home after visiting rooms, is being pushed along at a rapid have used it with the best results. Lexington, Kentucky. tively. Sold only ly us at U) cents, relatives ami friends at Louisville and rate. This will add much to the looka is especially valuable for lumbago and 1916 Mt. of this lame back. For sale by all dealers. as well as to the convenience R. E. McRobtrti .. Lexington. FONSO. I STANFORD Misses Minnie Rupley nnd Lillian Mueller, who will teach at Morganton, N. C. this year, left this week to take up their duties. Miss Nannie Keddedo, of Montgomery Ala., who has been the guest of her parents, Mr. end Mrs. E. D. Kennedy has returned home. Misses Annie Lee Eubanks and Elsie Coleman have returned home after spending a week at Cary, Bell county with C. R. Coleman. J. S. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Otllce Over Natfoniil Bank. Residence fhone 3. Olllce Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. Or. J. S. GILBERT. For All Kinds of ROUGH LUMBER, see HQ G.C. COX, Manse.Ky Olllce Hour, Honakers H. M. K. Denny and ! W.A. Jf.,, Wheeler John McRoberts. Doctors Of Denial Surgery, OnVt jtcriiirs Bm.itiusoTei Han A Auler oir uruliutf stmt, . LANCASTER. KENTUCKY.' J. PATRICK, Dentist. Casey, Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Pamt John 1 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Olllce at Rainey s Livery Stable. .. Kentucky Lancaster. HARRY JACOBS; Manufacturer and Dealer In High-Class Veterinary Surgeon. Monuments. STRAWBERRY Desins and Prompt Service. Guaranteed Quality. Connections nt all Granite and Mnrlile Quarries. Ollico and Works nn Cemetery Hill. Closed onSaturdays leiepnone Original PLANTS Stanford, Fruit and Shade Trees MONEY lll. Kentucky. TO at Lexington LOAN ".e Mammouth Pearl Potato on Farm Lands. For particulars see Five Per Cent H.F.Hillcnmeyer W. F. CHAMP. Citizens National Rank. Lancaster, Ky iC The Central Record, Thursday Sept 9, 1915 CARTHAGE WOMAN TELLS HAPPY STORY . RICHMOND, KY. A TRAININO SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS foimea leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life I An Page 3 BUENA VISTA Several from here attended court In Harrodsburg Monday. Mrs. Amanda Lane Is at home from a visit with Louisville relatives. Mrs. Edith 15. Madlung of Louisville Is the guest of Mrs. W. (J. Christopher. Mr. and Mm. Clarence Ruble of near Danville were week-envisitors of Mrs Dcleltha Evans. Miss Mary Owsley of Lancaster spent the week's end with her r Mrs. M. A. Hamilton. Misses I.ula and Gladys McWhorter of Paint Lick visited friends here from baturday until Monday. Mrs. J. K. Daugherty and son have returned to their home In Lexington after visiting relatives here. Save money by buying your coal from us th.'s month. Get our tirlces on Northern and Home grown seed rye. xj Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Miss Grace Ison who has been snend. Ing part of hervacation with her grandfather has gone to tf ke up her studies at Asbury College. d grand-mothe- KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM The Kentucky Democratic platform, as adopted At Louisville, and, upon which A. O, Stanley will make the raco for Governor, Is. as follows; Section 1. National Administration Commended and Wilson Indorsed for We, the representatives Re Election. of tho Democracy of Kentucky, In con' vcntlon assembled, do reaffirm our to tho principles of local self government formulated by Thomas Jefferson and preserved and enforced by his Illustrious Democratic success ors. We heartily Indorse tho present Democratic Administration and review with pride the promises made In the Its plat last NatlonM Convention. form was a covenant made and kept with the people, trusting, not without cause, the wisdom, courage and patrl otlsm of the Democratic President and a Democratic Congress pledged to ro forms derr..ndcd by a public long lc celved and betrayed by tho broken faith, tho sham, pretense and Incom pctence of their Republican prede cessors. Our great President has been called upon to solvo the most grave and serious problems which have ever faced any executive In this generation, and his patience, strength and superb statesmanship have deserved and re ceived the confidence and approval of his countrymen and the admiration of the world. We believe that his mastery of the situation requires his in 1910, and heartily Indorse him as the party's most efficient and trusted leader In tho coming national election, believing that patriots without retard to party recognize Woodrow Wilson as the one man best suited to bear the burdens and perform tho herculean tasks now confronting the President of the United Stutes. Wo heartily commend the efficient service ot our distinguished Senators and Representatives In Congress who hate tirelessly and successfully en deavored to assist their colleagues In the work of this Administration, Section 2. State Issues. Faith In the people and faith kept with the people are the fundamental truths of Democratic doctrine and practice. We commend the present Democratic State Administration tor Its adherence to these principles and Its capable and efficient administration ot public affairs. The Democratic State Plat form of 1911 made covenants with the people and our State Legislatures hae kept these covenants. We con trast thls'record of party performance with the utter failure of the Repub lican administration during the four years from 1907 to 1911 to carry into effect the platform promises ot the Republican party Section 3. Good Roads. A Demo cratic General Assembly and a Dem ocratic Governor have restored State aid to road building In Kentucky after years. In a period ot seventy-flvconsequence, 104 or the 120 counties of the State are now preparing to build roads with State aid and under State supervision. The State has given Its guarantee that the roads built under State supervision will be built honestly and Intelligently. Good roads mean an Increase In the market value of the land In every community through which they run; they mean a better price for farm products and a saving In the wear and tear of farm vehicles. They mean access to the church and the school and thus better They churches and belter schools. substitute prosperity for poverty, not alone for the Individual, but for the community aud the State as well. Within five years. It the present plan of road building Is continued, every county seat In Kentucky will be reached by one or more roads constructed under State supervision, each forming a part of the Statewide system. The Democratic party pledges Itself to a continuance ot the State aid system of road building and to add to Its effectiveness by more adequate supervision and to use Its every effort to make available Federal aid to be used In connection with the aid fur nished by the State and the respective j&4" counties. e State Ortltlcnle". Valid In nil TuliUe Schools of Km-luck- y, bpeclal Courara and Ilevletv Couraea. Tuition Free to AKiintrrll. Two eptenillil dormltorlCa, new model school, new manual training building, practice ocliool, department n( agriculture, n well equipped Klmt Term bjijuia crymiiaalum. DoniMtlo Hclence. firptcmlxr 7. Perond Term November 10, Third Term January Z1, Fourth Term April 5, Bummer Heliool opens June. II, Catalogue Free, j, o, ( u tiillH, VmUtnt. PUBLIC AUCTION -- ON. 20TH. 10 A. M. Itlnk con- Mrs. Laura Duko of Carthage, Tenn., was n victim of stomach disorder for several yean, she lost appetite and her weight fell oil, Sho could not rest at night. Sho took Mayr'g Wonderful Remedy Just a fow dose and found herself restored. In fact. Mrs. Duke's recovery was so rapid alio was afraid that It could be only temporary. So sho waited from Bcptcmber. when she took tha remedy, until tho following February iu pass juugmcm. men the wrote: "I write you In regard to vour won. derful stomach remedy that I took last September. I feel better than I nave in uvo years. "My weight wag 127J4 pounds; now ana i can cat anything- I ii ia want. I sleep well at night. I would have written before, but 1 wanted to ee now i got along." Mayr'g Wonderful Remedy elves ner. manent results for stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments. Kat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas In tho stomach and around the heart. Oetono bottle of your drucxlst now and trv it on an absolute guarantee If not satis factory money will be returned. ii - MONDAY, I SEPTEMBER TAX REFORM Not A Political Question. will offer building, on I)eK)t at public auction, to the highest ant beat bidder, the street, Nicholaaville, Ky. Thia building is in excellent garage Size of building I dition nnd will be a bargain for nnyone wishing to conduct a kind of a place of ainuaement. gasoline engine, lt0 fret by CO. The Tax Amendment to be voted Election is endorsed or anv by all classes of Citizens regardless of Party athliatlons as the following ex at the November Also at the inmo tinie'and place loO-vodynamo-complete will offer for aale one p. Pnirhank principal political orgimzations exectric light plant. AUTOMOBILES 11)12 ALSO of all 30 OR one 40 11)111 SECOND-HAN- make. Including borings, electric aide 31x1; two new tiro. NOT1CK 1.) Kuick ruagatvr, remodeled in with all new Urea and tail light, acetyline head-llght- over-siz- e Anyone w lading to enter an automobile for auction see (. W. muit be'ori hand by 9 a, rh. on day of (ale. cash, baladce in equal pa) merit of 1, 2 and 3 years with lijper cent intereat. Kull possession can be given November 1 or January 1. re. Automobiles I!erm on building one-thir- d Tenna on automobile -- CASH. For further information ate either of the undersigned. J. G. H. BONER, Camp Nelson, Ky. W. LYNE, Auctioneer. tracts from the Platform of the three clearly indicate. All political parties favor Reform in the Tax Laws and this is one issue on which all agree: Every voter should vote "yes" for the Tax Amendment as no reform is possible without its adoption no matter which party wina. DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. "We favor the adoption of the Tax Amendment to the Constitution to be voted on at the regular November Elec tion. e favor a wise Revision of our Tax Laws so as to distribute the burdens of taxation among the Tax Payers of the State." REPUULICAN PLATFORM. "Wc favor the adaption by the pro pie of the Constitutional Amendment enlarging the power of the General Aa sembly on the matter of Taxation and a thorough revision of the Tax Laws which will equally distribute the bur dens of Taxation and invite capital." PROGRESSIVE PLATFORM. 'We denounce the inequitable, unjust and inefficient system of Taxation in Kentucky and pledge ourselves to enact a law equalizing the burden of taxation and doing away as far as possible with DKOASIZRI) 1HS3. double taxation." LABOR DAY. C$e Citizens " II. K. HUDSON. OF LANCASTER. National Bank KY. Capital $50,000. President. Surplus $45,000. J. J. WALKER, Vice Treat. W. O. I'.ir.NKY. Ass't Caah'r Jut: J. Walker, W. F. CHAMP. Caahier. auccessful busineas. in Jr., ia the verv backbone of every co- We regard yoi our success. We hope ou ek n good word for us if we give you good service. If )ou tlnd our service lacking in any resect, you will confer a favor UHn us by telling US. It is our business and our pleasure to improve our ayatem wherever we find a weak spot. operation as a ne cvssaiy factor The gods of Man, who rule his fate. Are Labor, Love and Learning. That they establish his estate Ia known to the discerning. Though Learning knows a brief conceit And Love still makes the world go round. 'Tis Labor that provides the means On which the others thrive. He gives to Learning hands and feet; For Love a cozy home he's found 'Tis he who keeps these kings and queens Alive. They tell him that they're in his debt And Labor toils-b- ut listens. His seal of honor is the sweat ThAon his forehead glistens. They catalogue his works, but lack The time to tell all here Bnd now: Joy's wheels, forged from Pain's pickt ed rods: Love's tires, that vanquish miles. Then Labor straightens up his back-W- ith modesty he wipes his bro- wLooks squarely at his fellow gods And smiles. -- Urif AlessSider in the Pittsburgh Dis cm RTRIGHT METAL SHINGLES never ntedrepairs, rC'VVflfisWa.AW n vwuniu ana swrmproor. are incxpen- -. - " WejJo n't have io worry - boutMervdf' - patch. CtCA tirror like wood 'eAinI?trXr z. v :'AO, Tieyiwdni"Jeak, burns cum ra:. nn Backache Miss Myrtle Cothrum, of Russcllville, Ala., says: "For nearly a year, I suffered with terrible backache, pains in my limbs, and my head ached nearly all the time. Our family doctor treated me, but only gave me temporary relief. I was certainly In bad health. My school teacher advised me to For Salt by Local Contractors or Cortrighi Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd St., Philadelphia. TAKE Cardui When a Dollar Leaves You It Says 4 The Woman's Tonic 1 took two bottles, In all, and was cured. I shall always praise Cardui to sick and suffering women." II you suffer from pains peculiar to weak woskii, such as headache, backache, or other symptoms of womanly trouble, or If you merely aed a tonic for that tired, nervous, worn-o-ut feet' try Cardui. ctltutlons, and favor the enactment ot such laws as will guarantee that the money belonging to the school fund and appropriated for school purposes is wisely and economically ad ministered. Money spent for educa tion Is an Investment from which tho State reaps rich returns In the future. Wo favor the enactment of all such laws as will make our entire common school system more efficient and more practical. Wo congratulate the people ot the Btate on the Increase of tho per capita for school chlldten from 51.41 In 1911 to S&25 this year, and on the Increase In the length In the school term from ilx to seven months. We Insist on ti.o teaching In our common Section 4. Convict Labor. We fa vor tho adoption of the constitutional amendment uCtliorlzIng the employ ment of convicts on the public roads We favor the of tho Commonwealth. abolition of, or such chanpe In, the I'rlron Contract Labor S) stein as will maKo available at the earliest po3 Bible moment to the State and to the several counties the labor of such con vlcts as mSy be safely worked outside tho walls of" the penitentiary In the construction of public roads and In the manufacture and production of road material, Section 5 Our Public School Sys tern. The Democratic party has al- wajs been the friend of education and has built up our present excellent school system, and we pledge our sup port to the public school system ot the State and to other educational In' ment II has been Intcrprelcd and Its constitutionality established by the courts, and we approve of Its rigid and thorough enforcement In letter Section 6. Oppose Chanolno School and In spirit, and condemn any effort Books. We favor tho furnishing ot to Impair or weaken its wise provl- common scnooi lexi uooks to tne peo.slons by revision or amendment. pio at tne least cost consistent with In legislation affecting the moral good quality, but no are opposed to welfare of the people the party may any sweeping change In the adoption well be guided by our great leader, ot text books at the end of any Axed whose wisdom and righteousness are period, and we favor an amendment the priceless boon of a triumphant to the present Text Hook Commission Democracy. We unqualifiedly comLaw so as to provide for a gradual mend to the Democracy of Kentucky change In the adoption of text books his sage admonition that "the queswhen a change U deemed necessary tions Involved In such legislation are Instead of changing the entire series social and moral and are not suscepat the end of any fixed or stipulated tible ot being made parts of a party period, or In any one year. programme. Whenever they have been Section 7 Primary Election Law. made the subject matter of party conWe heartily approve the law requiring tests they have cut the lines of party the nomination of State, County and organization and party action athwart Federal officers by a direct vote of to the utter confusion of political acthe people, and wo favor such amend tion In every other field." With the ments as will perfect the existing law, President, we "do not believe that and we unqualifiedly condemn the Re party programmes of the highest conpublican party for Its effort as de- sequence to the political life of the clared In Its platform to restore boss State and of the nation ought to be rule by denying to the people the right thrust on one side and hopelessly emto select their own candidates by a barrassed for long periods together by direct vote of the people. making a political Issue of a great Section 8. Anti-TruLaws. Wt question l, In essentially which favor the enactment of such laws as nonpartisan, moral and sowill prdvent the formation of trusts cial In Its nature," and therefore we and monopolies oppose further agitation and legislaSection 9. Increase In Power of tive experiment, holding that existing Railroad Commission. We favor the laws If fairly tried will achieve the enactment of a law which wilt In- ends for which they were designed. crease the scope of the authority of Section 19. For Economy and Efthe Railroad Commission so as to give ficiency Wo favor rigid economy In power to regulate other public the administration of the State's afthem service corporations fairs to the end that the people may Section 10. Workmen's Compensa- receive a maximum of service at a tion. We favor a law compensating minimum of cost, and to that end we workmen for injuries received in favor the Immediate abolition of all course of their employment which will useless offices and the rendering of be alike Just to the employer and em- full nnd adequate service In every deploye. partment of the State CJovernmont. Section 11. Corrupt Practices Act. We favor the enactment of a strin gent Corrupt Practices Act. Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. Section 12 Aid to Farmers' Asso We earnestly favor leglsla ciation "My attention was first called to Hon fostering and encouraging every Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarramong hoea Remedy as much form of legitimate f as twelve years fanners and planters In the protection ago. At that time 1 was seriously ill of their product and for obtaining and (Stabllshlng favorable market coo di with summer complaint. One dose of this remedy checked the trouble'writ-e- s tions. Mrs. C. W. Florence. Rockfleld. Ind. We favor Section 13. AntlPass. the enactment of a law which will For sale by all dealers. prohibit any railroad, steamboat or other common carrier from giving a MT. HEBRON free pass or passes to any State, discounty officer or trict, city, town or Clyde Humphrey of the Locust Grove member ot the General Assembly, or section is on the sick list. any Judge or any member of the fam Mrs. Peachie Grow left Thursday for ily of such official, or from selling any such official or a member ot his family a visit to relatives in Jessamine Co. a ticket or tickets at a reduced rate J. T. the little son of Mr. and Mrs. not common to the public, and pro Harrison Preston Is quite sick at this hibiting any such official from accept writing. ing a free pass or passes, or from acRev. and Mrs. Gobie Naylor are very cepting a ticket or tickets at a reduced price not common to the pub happy over the arrival of a fine baby lic, and prescribing heavy penalties girl on the 3rd. against any corporation, association . The baby boy at the home of Mr. and Joint stock company, partnership or Mrs. Isaac Montgomery has been Individual who shall violate Its pro christened Robert Lee. visions. Mrs. Ernest Montgomery and little Section 14. The Tax Amendment. Wc favor the adoption of the tax son Alvin are visiting relatives at amendment to the Constitution to be Nichoiasville and Lexington. voted upon at the regular November Mrs. H. R. Montgomery was at the election. bedside of her brother, Mr. Jim Section IS. Revision of Tax Laws. Sanders, Saturday night and Sunday. We favor a wide revision of our Mrs. Francis Scott of Union Mills, tax laws so as to equitably distribute the burdens of taxation among the Jessamine, Co., spent last week with taxpayers of the State her grand-daughte- r, Mrs. Wm. Onstott Section 16. Lobbyists. We believe Save money by buying your coal from that no government. State or national, us this month. Get our prices on should be privately owned or privately controlled, and that the practice of Northern and Home grown seed rye. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. solicitation by politicians and lobby' Ists of aid from particular groups or A pie supper will be given at Sunny business Interests on the understand Side school house Saturday evening at Ing. explicit or Implied, that the first 7:30. Proceeds to be used for the care of tho government must be for benefit of the school. Every body inthese particular Interests, Is destruc- vited to be present. tive of every principle of free and honest government We unqualifiedly condemn the practices of tho secret Cnamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr and corrupt lobbyist and pledge the hoea Remedy. party to a determined effort to eradl cate these pernicious and baneful In advised the 'toys' when they en"I fluences from the legislative assem listed for the Spanish war to take blies by the enactment ot stringent SJaamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrlaws with severe penalties against t'.c hoea Remedy with them, and have resecret use of money or the pTomlse of ceived many thanks for the advice political preferment conditioned upoi the betrayal ot the public Interests by given," writes J. II. Houghland, Eldon Public servan tSj, 'tHtuit SCi Iowa. "No person whether traveling Section 17. To Prevent Trachoma or at home should be without this great We commend the action ot the last remedy." For sale by all dealers. National Democratic Administration In schools of the branche'of education directly connected with agriculture ami me various employment in rural lire and tomes. What Is the Best Remedy For I Constipation? This Is a question asked uj many times each day. The answer is 4 to you. We guarantee them to be satisfactory Bold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRobtrta STOP AT OUR GARAGE When in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Good Complete Accessories. line of Tires. Everything in Automobile Prestolite Service. MITCHELL & SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 124. Danville, Ky. Don't stop me! I'm hurrying to make thai Special Train Sept. 4th for the last excursion of the year to St. Louis I want to spend Sunday and Labor Day in the Big City. Lv. Louisville, Sept. 4th, 10:00 p.m. Lv. New Albany, " 4th, 10:22 p.m. Arr. St. Louis, " Sth, 7:31 a.m. prevent blindness, and especially the work done In Eastern Kentucky for the prevention and the cure ot the dreaded eje disease, trachoma. Ant we advise the efficient ot the State ot Kentucky with the United States Public Health Service In the cure and prevention of trachoma, also the protection ot the eyesight ot children. Section 18. Coumy Unit Plank. The Democratic parly has been and Is the sincere and earnest champion ot all legislation Intended for the moral as well as the material advancement ot the State. To It, and to It alone. Is due the legislation which gives to each county In. the State the absolute control over the vending of spirituous liquors, and no county should be deprived, by any outside Interference, ot the right to determine this matter for Itself. We reaffirm and reassert our unqualified approval of the present County Unit Law and of the declaration of the Democratic party In the convention of August 15, 1911, pledging the party to Its adoption. This Act has been strengthened by carefully con sidered amendment, and the Held of Its operation enlarged so that each of the counties In the State may de termine for Itself whether the sale cf alcoholic beverages may beyllcensed or prohibited, and embodies the tall and final Judgment ot the legislative and executive branches of the govsia- - Commissioner's Sale of rtru,npd Personalty. Garrard Circuit Couit, Tickets good to leave St. Louis on any train up to and including 9:45 p. m. Monday, Sept. Gth. $5riT Kudolph Wurlitzer Co.. i'laintiir. SOUTHERN RAIUVAY'" I vs of the South- U. II. Ruble, et al, Defendants. See Local Ticket Agent or wrltt to pursuant to a judgment rendered B. H. Todd, D. P. A., Louisville. K herein at the June Term, 1915, the un dersigned Commissioner will sell at pub lie auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock a. m. or thereabouts, cn INDIANA SILO MONDAY, SEPT 27th. 1915, PAPEC CUTTERS it being the first day of the Garrard Monitor and Associated County Court term, the personal property mentioned in the pleadings and Gasoline Engines. described as follows: Ono Wurlitzer I'iano No 1MI57. Wheeling Lime Grinders. The purpose of this sale is to satisfy All soldjon easyterms. plain tiir, Rudolph Wurthe deot due the litzer Co., amounting to $197.00 with interest at six percent per annum frorr W. P. KINCA1D. DIST. AGT April 9, 1913, until paid, and the esti- I'hcne 199. STANFORD. KY mated cott of this action amounting to $30.00. Van Can Hare Your The sale will be made an a credit of three months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with ap proved security for the purchase price bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, having the force and ellect of a judgment upon which ex- Old amf Carpets Info rM GOODBY . New Rugs MUST Woven UiililUil mnmimmiiTOijB UNLESS you ipend It at home stores. nd let It tfrow. , Keep it here . -p- ' A GiW 1 ,We hare pleasant laxative that wU ' do Just what you want it to do. Do Not -- J Your home merchant, like this home paper, b to benefit your Interests. work-i- n !( We sell thousands of them and we 'bare nsrer tesa a better remedy for tbt bowels. m Bold only by ui, 10 cents, , R. E. McRobtrta . Z, 3H Diplomats) LtHtottUi and far auDtrior to. ecution may issue, payable to W. H. aar othar ruga wgvta iroai chnol An iclulvo tntul 1 earpau. . Drown, Master Commissioner o( GarCum OMatottitbrHh. tf4oourM la l,uao.VU'. Choose tha Color rard Circuit Court, and a lien will be Latma ahowYou tha many beautiful oattaraa von Tbsjorr. U sVrmol MusUfl. clause la retained upon the said personal property from which you can aalact- - Wrlta ma a poaul irtua j , Lafut Huaie. EoMinktsi until the said purchase money is paid' or tal.pUuoa on, tail 1 will cU wUa iwaisfaa. MISS FANNIE J. BISHOP. AMI I Uil.girl, Tiio sUOsmiI rwlli svIvivbUcM. W. II. Brown, Mastor Commissioner tot I". olo sJ4j-s- ) Garrard Circuit Court. Lancaster, Kentucky. Cmmhisvt if HMKlMMwUlitlKl Kmusu rr dm - rugs, ur iniprovM mmm. uioarr lompanr.ol Chicago,mataoot tthtchitowD.SHClu.fvalv.th.OUan HT.-la- t a aavlnc of halt tha coat of or. , bMutlful ruga totally maitt Page 4 IB The Central Record, Thursday Sept 9, 1915. . I ic;w i an uuuu Up-To-Da- We are now receiving our New and living te 5 Fall Goods. i X) 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. I 1 I I s HI J. E. DICKERSON. The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. 11.00 j I UJ a year. J. Entered E. ROBINSON. EorroR. R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. tt the it Second-Cla- I'oil Office lu Uiicatttr. Kj. Mill Matter Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., September 9, 1915 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Ulliies ...$ 5.00 10.00 "or County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 For Calls, per line For Cards, per line For all publications in the inter-e- at of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Governor, A. O. STANLEY. For Lieutenant-Governor- , JAMES D. BLACK. For Secretary of State, BAP.KSDALE HAMLETT. For Attorney-GeneraFor Auditor, l, M. M. LOGAN, It. U GREEN. For State Treasurer. For For For For For SHEKMAN GOODPASTER. Clerk of Court of Appeals, R. W. KEENON. Supt. of Public Iustuction. V. O. GILBERT. Commissioner of Agriculture, MAT S. COHEN, Circuit Judge, CHARLES A. HARDIN, Commonwealth's Attorney, EMMET PURYEAR. W. 11. For Circuit Clerk, MASON. For Sheriff, G. T. BALLARD. Jr. For Representative, II. CLAY KAUFFMAN. We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higgins a candidate for County School Superintendent of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary AuguH 1917. We are authorized to announce Joe S. Uaseldtn, of this city. Republican candidate, for Representative at Nov ember election 1015. We are authorized to announce Joe A. Burnside, candidate on 'Republican ticket, for Circuit Court Clerk, at November election 1915. We wish to call the attention of the patrons of our schools to a few important facts. Pirat, the school is yourd, it is supported by you, and your children ahould receive the benefit of it. Second, as members of society, it is not only your privilege but your duty to educate your sons and daughters, and those who pay their money to sup. port schools have a right to demand of you that your children be tent regularly to school that they may become intelligent members of society and good and worthy citizens, and they cannot be if kept out of school. It Is not right that the children be left out of school when they could be sent, neither is it right o permit them to stay at home when they are not needed, merely be. cause they do not wish to go to school. Experience and observation have taught us how Impossible It la for pupils to receive full benefits by going to school two or three times In a week and re- - AArt PRAISES TANLAC' OuUU.UUU rl Dill, Business and financial interests of the city were greatly interested by the These are busy days particularly State Superintendent (Jl Printing Volun-- , announcement made Tuesday morning busy days at the Ford Motor Com- j tarily Pays Tribute To New Remedy, of p merger of the business of the State par.y's administration building, Detroit. We have everything for the School Girl and Bank & Trust Company with the First Checks each for $50 are going out to National Bank, of Stanford says The more than 300.000 Ford owners who by Frankfort,, Ky., Sept. 8th. 1915. -- A Boy. Large line of Interior Journal. Negotiations, pend- purchasing their cars between August, high State official is one of those who ing for several day.", were brought ty a 1914, and August, 1915, participate in have come forward voluntarily to add ' t!) ' successful conclusion Monday night, Ford profits to the aggregate of more his voice to the chorus of praise for ' and on Tuesday morning the First Na- - than $15,000,000. This disbursement Is Tanlac, the peerless preparation. This tional took over the deposits and ac- - in itself rather a stupendous task. The is Moses It. Glenn, State Superintend-- i counts of the State Bank & Trust checks are being mailed at the rate of ent of Printing, whose office Is in alent, but, if after exerting themselves Company and transferred all business to about 10.000 a day, a per diem dis- Frankfort. "I thii.k I had tred every remedy to their utmost to make the school a the office of the First National on Main tribution of $500,000. A large and dktii.ct organization has there is before 1 learned about Tanlac" success they see the interest die out Street. and Baskets. Crayons, Paints, Drawing and Officers of both banks expressed the been arranged to complete this task. he said recently. "I had a catarrhal and the school end in failure through plan for Ford j affection, and could sleep very little CI opinion that the arrangement made When the Composition Books. causes they have no power to subvert, 1, because I swallowed the accretions it is simply injustice; first to the chil- would be a mutual help not only to the owners was announced August ,1, 101 I a Fine Candies and the Best Soda Water in dren, because they do not know what interests of the two banks but the ' a department to handle the details was fmm mi Ihmnt Of mnrnlnff inttilled in the Ford Administration from a troubled slumber with a choking town. is best for them, and second to the stockholders as well. While the full details of the arrange? building. For several weeks now a sensation, and would cough and spit teachers .because the responsibility is i CI ment have not been fully worked out large corps of stenographers has been nearly all day. ninety-ninin cases in one hundred "As soon as 1 began taking Tanlac saddled upon them. Remember, too, it was of the opinion of the majority cf filling in the 300.000 names in the I experienced an improvement. I had ll that teachers have but little to work the Board of the State Bank that it checks. These names are taken from little faith at first that any medicine with. It is impossible, almost, for a would be advisable to later on dispose the original bills of sale. Open-facenvelopes are used, the would help me, and am the more teacher to make a room with bare of its building and fixtures, and for the name of the payee serving also as the readv and even eager to sa a word walls and floor, covered with dust and present the affairs of the bank will be mailing address. The amount of the about this preparation. As a rule I dirt, and dull lessons of which pupils carried on at the First National. am conservative and unwilling to give The First National has for many check $50 is printed on its face. know but little, as attractive to chil0 mj indorrement to anybody or any- The work of signing more than In years been one of the strongest hankdren as are places of amusement. checks itself offered a problem. ining, nut mis is an exceptional case. view of the facts, in behalf of the ing Institutions in Central Kentucky by this merger it is confidently ex- Each check carries the signature of The itching in my ears is gone, I sleep OF teachers of our schools we entreat the and one of three assistant cashiers and the soundly, and the accumulation in my patrons of our schools to see to it that pected to further increase its usefulnose and throat has disappeared. I Capital your children arc sent to school regular- ness as a sane, safe and conservative most inveterate scribbler might easily develop writer's cramp and grow ex- want others to know how much good ly, and not only sent but supplied with banking house. It is one of the oldest in the state and has enjoyed an ceedingly tired of his own name with- Tanlac has done me." A. R )EN!JY. President books and otner appurtenances necess- banks Tanlac is now being introduced in ary to their successfully doing their honorable and successful career for al- out some device to lighten his labor. J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't. There are five checks to a sheet and Lancaster at R. E. McRoberts drug work while there. The teachers would most half a century. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. by a single operation of the pen these store, and at ttryantsville by Becker, be glad to have you visit them occasR. T JMDKV. Ass't Cashier. five checks are signed simultaneously. J. L. Gll.l, Ballard and Scott. ionally and see that thej perform their METHODIST CONFERENCE As far as possible the checks are duties and that your children improve being mailed to the owners In the same APPOINTS REV. C. H. GREER, their time as they should. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. chronological order as the cars were Presiding Elder of District. purchased. Bill of sale No. 1, by the WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. "We ought to be doing something" way, was signed by Genevieve Morri-- OFThe annual conference of the, son, 914 North Florence street. El Paso is a remark frequently heard from Samual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. K. citizens, restless because they fear Methodist Church, South, recently held Texas. It covers a Fotd touring car, Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. U Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. the Government is dangerously at Millersburg, came to a close last motor No. 511,517, bought August 1st, that & lax in its provisions for national de- week with a chorus of COO voices sing- 1911. fense. This indicates a frame of mind ing "Praise God From Whom All Tho owners in this not to bo deplored. Citizens who feel Blessings Flow." Among many of the huge list rtnge from large corporatioi.s CWTMDDDAIT that way ought to be striving to do appointments announced, tho ono most who have bought many Fords for the something themselves. The Govern- important was that which made Rev. equipment of their salesmen or for dement is not in feed of suggestions or C. II. Greer, of Stanford, the Presiding livery purposes, to thrifty Americans advice. But there is room for a large Elder of this district. Ho will be suc- who have invested their savings in their TUP DFAI PC? A TP MUM API young men in ceeded at Stanford by Rev. W. D. cars as a pleasure-givinnumber of health-brinriiill Ul iiiu niifiu Uso jour in Wilburn. It is very gratifying to his ing gift to themselves and their familthe National Guard. local friends, that Rev. S. II. Pollitt ies. And fluence to induce young men to enlist, it is a complete democracy. LANCASTER KY. Use your influence with employers to will continue in charge of the local Everybody gets the same sized check induce them to encourage service in the church in this city. $50 on each purchase. State's soldiery among their employes, The Urge number of women on the iconic anu lei us sell you n larm in Also, spare no pains to let the Reprc LANCASTER HEN COMPLIMlist of beneficiaries, too, is significant. Garrard County, where five millions of sentative in Congress of your district Evidently women buy and diive the Kunds of the best tobacco is grown know how you feel about tho need for Ford, not only because ot its irafcty annually; whtro all the agricultural ENTED BY DANVILLE Urge your friends in nrenaredness. element, but because of its ease of products grow abundantly; where the tho district to do likewise. That Is operation und contiol its sheer sim- best live slock is bred; where the blu MESSENGER. sure way to decrease any opposition grass grow, where good sciiooU, moral plicity. . there may be in Congress to the oecu The effect of this hugo sum mote and hospitable people art attracting tion of tho excellent plans of the War PROMINENT VISITOR. Lancaster the back into near- many home seekers, than $15,000,000-goi- ng and Navy Departments. Citizens who o Col. John W. Miller, of Lancaster; ly every city, town, hamlet und rural the county feat, has three banks, thus wisely exert themselves will have was in Danville yesterday and was kept district of the United States will bo exchange, electric light plant, less reason to worry. busy shaking hands with his many tremendous. Everybody will feel the creamery , splendid wn'er works system. friends. Col. Miller has long been one effect and stimulus of it, because all two flouring mills, grain and hemp recommend and sell International Harvester of Garrard county's most prominent sorts of business, all kinds of profess- warehouse, tobacco warehouse, on the oil and gas engines because of the universal ; The Dog and the Fly. L & N railroad, one of the best graded citizens. ions and trades, ull wall:j of lifu are satisfaction they give to our customers. The weight h "The dog cares not whether his masrepresented in that list of more than schools in the State, having anendowii-men- t REFORMED NEWSPAPER MAN am Die ami. is in tho right place: tho castings arc ter Is rich or poor, but Is as faithful fund of $50,000.00 In addition to a well known tact that u man 300,000 profit sparnrs. It goes broadinsuring evenness of feature and strength; tho design of every to the stranger as to tho owner of a It is u We can $30,000.00 new school building. " Same way with tho house once engaged in the newspaper busipart is of the tnost approved tyo; simple, yet complete in every detail: cast across the country. mansion. easy to manage, requiring little attention beyond regular fly. At the rate at which the checks urn sell homes or choice lots near the school. Never deserts a house because ness seldom if ever turns from the eroiliuii developing from 10 to 30 ,K.r cent moro than their rated horsepower. Our price la the owner's price. We It Is bumble. Louisville Courier ror of his way. However, R. E. Hughes now being mailedabout 10,000 a day 1 a I 'r make friends wherever they go. il.T e"K!neB Jourial. the distribution of the total over refer to any bank or to any official for of Louisville, is one who "reformed" fins scries of advertisements will eiplaiu fully why I II C engines are such good value. One or two features will bo taken up at a time. be completed in about proof that we will deal fairly with you; and has made good in other business 300,000-w- ill as wo have done for ten years and have Mtuat wlieu you aro through with tho series you will bo well lusted pursuits. Mr. Hughes was in Danville thirty days. Lock the Bottles to the Door. cm engines. All the time these advertisements no dissatisfied customers. wo nave n demonstrating engine on the tloor here,aro runningshow shall Louis Levitt and Isidor Randelman yesterday, and called at the local print-- 1 you ready to Improved und unimproved farms of wuat to eapect for your mouey when you buy an I II C eiiuine. of New York havo obtained a patent ing offices, saying the hum of the pres all sizes and various locations and at COLORED SCHOOL NOTICE. for a means by which the milkman ses still attracted him. He at one time various prices, but any farm priced at can lock milk bottles to the door of edited the Lawrenceburg News, and the The colored School of Lancaster, Ky,, its market value. the house to which ho delivers them, Lancaster Record. will open Tuesday morning September, so that they cannot be removed un AN OLD CENTRE MAN Paint Lick, Ky. llth, 1915. The teachers will meet at til the door is opened. Dr. W. Simpson Elkin, of Atlanta, the school building Monday at 1 o'clock. Ga., was here yesterday on a brief There will be a public meeting Monday An Cmpire Ranch. Wo hear often of "captains of Indus- visit to relatives. Dr. Elkin Is an old night. We hope every parent In the try, " "Napoleons of finance," and "land Centre man, graduating manv years community will be present as we will barons," but what title Is Imposing ago, but still enthusiastic about the out line the plan of work for the year, flWi enough to fit the Australian cattleman college. He has been wonderfully suc- and as your is necessary HIM HI II H MM lH fl tVt T an. who owns or controls 28,800,000 acres cessful in Atlanta, and is now one of to make the work a success. It is im kuiicui gm, of ranch land a domain as large as the leading physicians and surgeons of portant that you be present at this Pounsylvanla? Ot BOURBON POULTRY Georgia. He was reared in Lancaster meeting. CIRE J. J. Green, Principal. 4-11-44 down a chick's throat cures and is now on a visit to relatives in thi t A Jew ilropa la the Saioa, city. He Is well known and highly water ceres and Name on Umbrella, Marty People Yes CURES prercnu cholera, diarrhoea Stencil your name on your umbrella thought of by many Danvllle'scitizens, andotocrcblckdlataae. One Lave told us the same story distress: Cholera. Gaoes. Limbernerk. Bruin. Canker ' toe Untie makes li rations ol and gee how much sooner It will be re- who remember "Simp" with the niter eating, gases, heartburn. A medicine At all Jruggtats. turned when borrowed. A flno brush greatest of pleasure. Sample and booklet en :sVe;:.0.o0?i-- r Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry fowls" sent ntKB. and white paint are the best things .1 "Om drw ol lUcip. 4.H.44 Aopi dow. 0 . Bourbon Riaao Co. iJiiarWs, I; to use. The stencil will not be bard w. iik i.aur. III! ir ci pmcauv. i Mf f ,m IMBJ. to cut If care be taken, but give the WANTED 5000 DOZEN EGGS before and after each Deal will relieve Nig. aifGuiriitctd ty ), Kebt. Crumt, Btrditown, Ky, PrktJOcsUllDrtnyiiti. Sold by McRoberts Drug Store paper stencil a coat of shellac before you. Bold only by OLD BY Fresh Eggs lbc, extras candled 19c. using L and J. R. Mount, Son & Co. R. E. Me Roberts i S. II. B. Nortbcott. R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. j main away the balance of the time. This is bad enough when necessity compels parents to keep their children from school, but when they are permitted to remain out for the purpose of attending some place of amusement, or merely because they feign sickness until after school is called and then immediately recover, is much worse. Time thus lost can never be regained, and parents all will see the day when they will rue It. Again, teachers feel greatly hurt by this disregard for their efforts and feelings. No true teacher wishes to receive pay, be it ever so little, without giving more than an equiv- STATE BANK & TRUST CO, At Stanford Mergers With First PROFIT-SHARIN- G PROMINENT MAN National, I School Begins Aug, 30 I I I if ! TABLETS, PENCILS, BOOK BAGS I I I I i' AND STRAPS, LUNCH BOXES, I 1 (:) profit-sharin- g I I iii e STORMES DRUG STORE. e 1 300,-00- THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus $30,000. r. HUGHES profit-sharin- g W f d g LJinib f International Harvester Engines? santl-coole- Why Do We Sell TX'E d, Treadway, Denny & Co. m II I mR rouiiry Kaisers Jl Tablet ,WCoDdKr.Mr The Central Record, Thursday Sept 9 1915. 1 CO, se' ' Page 5 Advance Fall Specials In COATS AND SUITS Fashions Newest Models at Popular Prices Now on Display at JOSEPH MEH CAN TILE JOHN DEERE AND Our carefully Selected Line of Novelty Woolens, Silks, Shoes and Notions should be inspected before doing your buying. It will prove mutually beneficial. HOOSIER WHEAT DRILLS. Gossip About People vvs? A Jim Phillips of Lebanon, Wednecdav. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Acton have been in Waynesburg visiting relatives. $!$ was here 4A Gas Engines and Silo Cutters. Silos, Oliver and John Deere Sulky Plows. JOHN DEERE WAGONS. Rrlf Mtntton of the Comlnjf.1 snd Goir.ji by Thou Wt Arc !nttrcil(d In. Is in Danville the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fisher D. Gaines. Mr. Arthusa Currey Miss Kstc-l-l Walker is in Stanford visiting Mis Uelle Denny. Wright llrfirison and Clarence Hicks of Richmond were recent visitors in Lancaster. returned from where he Ijgj Mis Uay of Lebanon has been ro1 Lightest Draft and Strongest Wagon Made. J. E. Mount, Son & Co. The Square Deal House. (fc tG If so call at ' 7 3G ARE YOU HUNGRY? 1 'SIO SlSLVZidVL for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks D G3GI G Diaw A died for tlio inoniiy youovc and note how much more res- pectfully your creditors re- I'nrd you. Tlicy like to do business with u man who has an account nt the Girrard Bank & Trust Go. They Know he is doing business in a business like wsy. Hotter open such nn account even if your alfaira ore not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THIRTEENTH ANNUAL Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE September 13th to 18th, 1915 Fine Exhibits of Horses. Cattle, Swine, Sheen, Poultry, Fiel.l and Grain, Horticulture, Women' Handiwork, Student's Judging Contest, Farmer Boys' Encampment imd llaby Health Contest. Biggest Saddle Horse Show in the World S1 doing tho "Spiral Dive" "Dip of Death" "Steop Banking" other thrillers every afternoon. Reduced Railroad Rates ....TruUlug tuul Puciug Riicch Each Day.... Glean Midway and ' Grand Fireworks Display RUTH LAW, Seimationul I!idy Aviator anj many J, L. DENT, Secretary, 705 For Catalogue Addrcsa Toul Jones. Building, Louisville, Ky. guest of Mrs J. Rockwell Smith. I will sell or rent my house and lot .miss janey terriu riu enter one of on Crab Orchard street cheap. .Mr. Robt. Henry has returned home .Mr. G. M. Lyons, Miss Minnie Gulley the lending educational colleges at J. Ilooth Sutton. from a business trip thru the South. and Mrs. Davis I'rather motored toMt. Huntington, W. Va. Sterling for a few days visit, Mr. Allen Johnson will leave shortly for Well Drilling. Messsrs It. E. Mcltoberts und E. W. Lyon's having opened up a large dry the Military College at Staunton. Va. Morrow went to Louisville Wtdnesday goods.store in that thriving am prepared to drill Wells and at A Trying Ordeal. town. "Colonel,'' asked the beautiful girl, any depth. Prices reasonable. Write Miss May Powell left this week to to buy holiday goods. Gov. James It. McCreary has con-"when was the most trying moment of or phone me. II. P, Conn. Paint Lick. enter the Normal school at Richmond. Mrs. Wm. Murphy und Miss Lizzie plimented Mr. S D. Cochran by ap your life?" "It was when 1 went to Hnght of Stanford visited Mrs. U. D. pointing him as a delegate to the In my wife's father for tho purpose of Mrs. Harvey Jones, of Columbia, Mo Simpson the past week. For Sale. ternational Irrigation Congress which asking him to let me have her. He has been the guest of Mr. Matlie Dun had to explain can. Misses Minerva and Nellie Cox ac- meets in San Francisco Sept. 13 to 20th. was very deaf, and I oirer for sale my father's place at the matter before twenty clerks!" Lowell, Ky. consisting of two houses Messrs It. 11. McKinney. It. J. Miss Dane West of Lexington is here companied Miss Jennie Cox to the Answers. School at Itichmond. and two acres of land, all necessary It. G. Nunnally and Z. T. ' Ilice, at her old home visiting relatives and good orchard Hnd imV. McCIellan Mr. friends. Johnston, of all ol Richmond, were in our city Wed provements. Will sell at a bargain If Nicholasville was a guest in the city nesday afternoon. Thev were here in Mrs. Sarah Kriegarof Howling Green taken at once. the interest of an automobile contest is the guest of her sisters Misses Jane last Monday and Tuesday. Ida Mae Hurt, Lowell Ky. they are planning to pull nIT in that and Lizzie Hopper. Dr. W. M. Elliott made a business city. trip to Wheeling, V. Va. last Saturday Miss Kathryn Ham, has returned per per cl. 5 OF A happy family reunion was held at from a months stay with relatives in returning last Monday morning. the Hopper homestead, where all of Years 5 Uurnside and Somerset. 5 Mrs. Sue Kichardson, Mr. and Mrs. GARRARD CIRCUITCOURT. the surving brothers and sisters met Loans made on real estate. If you Miss Laura Dunn of Lexington is Wm. Berry of Lexington, were recent around the festal board. E. C. Hopper, Willis Myers' Executor, et al, ' need cheaper money on long time, see visiting Miss Helen Gulley and Misses guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simpson. Hustonville, Mesdames J. II. l'ayne, Plaintitrs, me about it. Mittie and Murv Lee Dunn. VS Mr. and Mrs. Robert House were in Fayette county, and Sarah Krugar of G. U. Swinebroad. Defendants. Mrs. Green Lyons and bright little Richmond the first of the week and in- Bowling Green, Miss Lizzie Hopper Henry Jetrerson, et al, Lancaster. Ky. Pursuant to a judgment rendred ut on, Louis, of Frankfort are guests of cidentally took in the circus while there. Douglas, Arizonia, Miss Jane Hopper the June Extended Term, September 7. and Louis C. Hopper, Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lyons. SALESMAN WANTED. Mr. Ashley Swope returned to his PJ15. the undersigned Commissioner Miss Mineiva Cox entertained at her will sell at public auction, before the Miss Van Grecnleaf of Richmond has home in Le.xingtod Tuesday after Are jou earning over $100. n month. been visiting Mrs. Kmma G' Kautfman visit to relatives in the town and county home on Stanford Street last Friday Court Houte door in Lancaster, Ky., at If not we offer gou an opportunity to evening in a very charming manner, 11 o clock, A. Al. or thereabouts, on and Miss Frankye Kaulfman. Mrs. Jerry Hespcss and daughters. do it. No capital needed just horse about seventy Ave of her young friends. MONDAY, SEPTEMHEIt, 27, 1015, Miss Lucy Dotv who has been spend Misses Sue Fisher and Ucttic, have Tho home and lawn were beautifully it being the first day of the Garrard and wagon. If interested write to L. utter a stay in Mack Mountain decorated and many Chi.iese lanterns County Court Term the real estate D. Carter. lag her vacation with.home folks, re Special representee, mentioned in the pleadings and describ- Nicholasville, Ky. to Lexington Saturday. N. C. pd. added very much to the beauty of the ed as follows: Kev. Frank Tinder Jr., has recently happy occasion and the enjoyment of Master Gayle Doty is nt home after a Located in Garinrd County, Kentucky mo4t ileliL'htf'ill lUit fn h! ihicIm Mr closed a protracted meeting near delighted guests. Mioses Delia Rice on the waters ot White Oak Creek anil COAL, COAL. j Jack Doty and wife of Lexington. addiHughes and Johnetta Farra served tho bounded as follows: Beginning at elm Carlisle, Ky.. with twenty-eigh- t stump, corner to Engleman, of color; Lay in your coal while it is cheap. -- I frappe from u table in the yard, while iheiict N 70V V VLli nn!ti tn n locUHt Miss Iiuth Ron of faint Lick, tins tions. We sell Red Ash Jellies and Red Ccm-e- t were served I been the guest of Miss Helen Gulley Mis Hettie Walker UjmsMe return- - Ices and calces was thoroughly by the corner to same; tlitnce S 171 WUl poles Hbck, Straight Cree't and Ideal Jelenjoyed to a btulie in the middle of turnpike; hostess, which 'and Master Ceorge Walker I.nufon. eJ last week from a two weeks visit to t'ler.ce with the middle of 3ume N 45 W lico round. Special price this month, her sister Mrs. James Landram of Har- bj all present. 13 poles; thence N Ul W 55 poles to a tf. H. li. Northcott. Miss Margaret Morrow leaves next The following oung men will leave btuke in the middle of said turnpike week for Columbus, Ohio, wh rn f he lan Kj. week for road, corner to Lane and thence S M) E ' holds a position in the I) & I) Institutr. Mr. and Mrs. Ewing Stultz, of Knox Lancaster within the next 51) poles to u stake; thence S 200 W 18 MONEY TO LOAN. college; Joe West, Alexander vllle, have been the guests .if the lut school and poles to a small locust stump and cedar Mr. Dozier Arnold and Miss Kathleen Money in sums of $2,000, or over at parents, Mr. ami Mrs. J. 11. Robinson. Robinson Cook, Harry Itaney stump Evans corner; thence S 8t)J E 31 McCarty of Ilirmingham hare returned ter's and llei t Embry will go to the Millea-bur- g poles 10 a stake, corner to A. King's; G'per cent to loan on fnrming land in Ilourne. home after n visit to Miss Annie lle!!e Military Academy; Allen Johnson thoi:ce S li E tll.lU poles to trie begin- Garrard County. Write or phonev Miss Allie Arnold leaves next week will attend Uurnside. the Staunton Mi'itury ning, containing 21 acres. There is E. D. Penrington, for Wilkinsbuig, I'a . where sbo will Academy; John Mcltoberts will study however to be deducted trom said Mr. and Mrs. II. Clay Sutton, Mr. boundary aud.net sold herein tho folStanford. Ky. continue to teach in the D and I) school Pharmacy at Louisville: Cecil Hrown lowing two tracts: and Mrs. F. II, Mark 3 bury motored to at that place. 1st Tract: Ueing that tract of land will take up Civil Engeerlng at Danville to see Mr. and Mm. Louis Daniel Elkin will return to willed to Quinlin Jvirersn by Miss Lillian Cochran will leave Mon FOR SALE PRIVATELY. Landram. Willis Myers and describd follows: day night for Jacksonville Til , where Yale; Glass Carrier, Ilradley Bourne, Ueginning ut point in the itscenter Mrs. J. V. Atnild and children have of I will sell privately my farm of fifty Elliott, and the liuenu Vistu turnpike road and 011 she will enter the Woman's College for Paul Elliott, Milton returned to their homo in liirniingham Frank Tinder, will enter Transylvania, a lino with the diviiion fet.ee of C. C. acres, or my ndjoiding farm of 1C0 after a visit to her parents, Mr. and the next year. University, Ector Lawsor, Robcit Glass and Willis Myeis tract; thence aires or will sell luth as a whole, Miss Delaree Carpenter of Irvine, Tomlinson, Mrs. J. G. Uurnside. s Carl Acton and Chas. Dunn n ith said fence row S S5i E G.50 chains located on Paint Lick Creek near to a stake; thence S 17 W 7 chains to who is hero with her aunt Mrs. G. M, Mill. Farm is well watered and will enter State University; Joe Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sutton of Djwitt, the center of the aforesaid pike; thence fenced. Has good Lyons enteied tho Lancaster Graded three room house III., motored through in their new car Arthur Eldridge, Jas Woods, with cei.ter of piku N 31 J W8.5U chains and outbuildings. Sixty acres of lot. Sterling Herron nnd Uillv Muson will t 10 me ueginning, containing '1 ail were tho guest last week of Mr. School Monday. torn land. and one rood. Theo Cotton, Mr. und Mrs. James Landram return enter Central University. and Mrs. Ixiyd Ilourne. 2nd. Trucl: Hel.ig that tract of land Kirksviile, Ky. ed to their home ut Hurlan, Ky. latt Mayor Guy Davidson took the follow willed to Mayme Jetrerson by said Friday ufter a visit to her father Judge Willis Myers und described as follows; ing chilJrcr to tho circus in Richmond Ueginning in the center of the Huena TEACHERS EXAM. NATION BIDS WANTED Tuesday; John Farm, Joo Robinson, It. A Uurnside. Vista turnpike road near the NorthMr. J. W. Hamilton, who hus been Hob Klkin, and Win. Elliott. The lust examination f. r teachers west corner f Willis Myers yard fence: Stato of Kentucky, confined to his home for Severn! days will be held, Fridav and Saturday Sept. thence with center of said pike N 33 Garranl County Fiscal Court. Mr. John 1'arks and Mr, Sum Sutton, 5 33 chains to a stake 111 center of said Jennie Higgins, Supt Sept, Special of DeWitt. III. arrived in tin's cltv last suffering from an attack of rheumatism 17th und 18. turnpike thence leaving suid pike N 17 September, 1915. Term, 8th day of is able to be out ugain. I week for u visit to relatives. E 7 chains to a stake in O. C. Glass They Sealed bids will be received bv the line; thence with said line S Sfi) E ti Or Potato Mashers. Mr. und Mrs. George Hardin, of made the. trip in a Ford Auto. There are twenty-fouclubs, exclu. chains to a stake, thence S 25 W 11.75 Court for all Culverts to ! who have been with relatives In Mrs. Maria I'endleton of Campbells-ville- , slvely for women In London, not chains to the beginning an.i containing state Aid Roads of Garranl Co. Kv I acres, 3 rood and 31 poes. Kv., is here to enjoy n visit to the county for the past week, returned counting rolling pins. v 21 and 30 Inch ian e ut0 to their home Wedneduy. The part to be sold containing about her ister, Misses Jane und Lizzie Hop. mm mc jirive per lineal loot; same II acres more or less, title to which per, Mesdames l'ayne and Krugar, Mr. and Mrs. Williamson und child suid joint owners got by the will of to tie lurnuheU ror tho year 11)15. Uids This Robin Likes Oacon. Misses Eldridge of Paint Lick enter- ren, of Lexington were the guests of Close to the master's desk, In one Willis Myers, duted June 10, 1913, and call for Corrugated Galvanized Culverts, recorded in Will Hook Z. page 422, said bids to be Miss Hettie Walker Uurnside and Mrs. received up to Sept. 23rd tained at dinner Thursday night in honof the now class rooms at llradllcld Garrard County Clerk's ollice. college, a pair of robins have built or of Miss Annie Hello Uurnside and W. II. Lackey last Sunday. The puriose of suid sale is to pay the 1015 at 12 o'clock noon. A certified check of $25.0(1 to accomMrs. John Anderson of Washingten, their nest. The cock bird Is exceed- debts ugainst the estate und settling visitor, Miss Kathleen .McCarty of D, C , who Is now In Danville visiting ingly tamo, and breakfasts every the estate, and dividing the proceeds pany each bid same to guarantee that Ilirmingham. among the devisees of the said Willis Uond will be morning with the secretary of the executed to insure the Miss Llda Itaney who has been enjoy- hir sister Mrs. Fisher D. Gains is exHenry Monoy. It likes bacon Myers, deceased. faithful performance of their contract. pected to be with Lancaster relatives ing a protracted visit to her aunt, Mrs. TERMS. better than anything else tor breakThU September 8th 1315. McQuerry, The sale will be made on u credit of fast. London Times. li Springdale, Mo., and later on. Attest. J. W. Hamilton. Clerk. six months and the purchaser will be other relatives in Missouri returned Master Itobert and sister. Miss Nellie required to execute bond with approved 2t- Garrard Conn ty Court home last week. Noland, returned to their home in A Vtry Good Suggestion. security for the purchase price, due in Louisville last week, after a several A Toung Men's Christian associa- six months bearing Interest at the rate Mrs. Charlotte Warren of Stanford, suggests that tho man who must of six per cent from date until paid, and her daughters, Mesdames John weeks stay with their grandfather tion What Is the Dest Remedy For drink have his wife buy a supply and having the force and elfect of a JudgHughes and other Charles Osborne, of Knoxvllle, Constipation? It. A.N Judge M. D, retail the stuff to him. It adds: "Should ment upon which execution may issue, This Is n Question asked us many times Asburv of Little Hock, and Misses Jenyou live tea years and continue to buy nuvable to W. 11 lirown. Master Com nie, Margaret and Churlctt Warren, The following have entered the Nor- booze from her and then die with missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, each Uay. The answer is Mrs W. S. Elkin of Atlanta. Mrs. Fat-ti- e mal School at Richmond, and entered snakes In your boots, she will have and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase Gill, Mrs. E. C. Barnard of Wash- upon their duties last Monday morning; money1 enough to bury you decently, money is paid. We guarantee them to Le satisfactory your children, buy a house ington, attended a family reunion at Misses Jennlo Cox, Patsy Anderson, educate W. II. HROWN. M. C. G C. C to you. KtlJ only by us, 10 cents. the home of Miss Jennie Duncan last Mae Powell, Virginia Carter, Minnie and lot, marry a decent man and quit II. C. Kautrman, Atty for PUT. thinking about you entirely." I Friday. Calico, Hellyn Young. R. E. McRobsrts Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. 1 .' 1 Noi-mal Mr. It. II. Ilastin Louisville Wednesday, the been on business. Mr. D. Stewart of Columbus Ohio, is the guest of Dan Collier Elkin. Mr. A.I. U'lnn.Ir.1 tvhn r.. l..n visiting her daughter, Mrs. Louis Hern-don of Atlanta, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs Wm. Collier alid pretty iM,n.nn rniiir f M.r Belle Jellico, Ky,, are guest of Mrs. U. D. Simpson and daughter. . Itaney, who recently Mrs. J. moved here from Stanford, is confined to her home with typhoid fever. Miss Pearl Lovelace, a trained nurse of Lex- inplnn. I nt h.ir ItiUiilp. 1 Ant r The man OUSly SOOn v. a Bad One ho take; nimselt too DeCOtTie loke J i fOlI'LI. FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. 1 I i Saved by Preventive Medicine. CPnBU9 rePor' llow vcntlvo medicine and sanitation save one half million lives annually In the United States. 0no SHINGLES. tf. Notice. A. II. Ilastin & Son. STRAYED from my place Aug lDlh a red cow fresh in milk, weight 900 lbs. To Remove Wet Ink Stains. Hub ultha piece of ripe tomato and then rinse well in cold water. Wash md ool'. or out a little red .uk on tho marl; ind wash The acid dissolves the iron in the '.nk and sets free the tanning ar coloring matter which will boll out. Infornation appreciated. Ira Grimes. Lancaster, Ky. COMMISSIONER'S SALE LAND. -2 -2 I 11 Urad-shaw- ne.-e- K ' licit-vie- r , I Ll,,,,,. ,' - SB'""- - . Page 6 LIVE STOCK HUSBANDRY WOUNDS ON ANIMALS. The Central Record, Thursday Sept 9 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo POULTRY GOSSIP. 19 1 5. COY tonnly Court Dajt. Itlchmond, DAIRY and CREAMERY DEVELOPING Importance MILKERS. Msthods of Treatment to Prtvtnt In. faction by Worms and Fliet. When nn nnlnuil Is wounded It la Im portant to treat tin-- wound In kui'Ii u way ns not to prciciit Iti healing mill worms innl huuo jet to pretcnt flics from attacking tlic open surfaces. laying ces or curry Ing Infection to the says the Kansas Fanner, There U n great difference In the prcxiicncy of different animals. A man who has had n highly prepo- of the Dairy Sir In Building Up the Herd. The dairyman who bns made any progress lu developing u herd has recognized the ImiHirtant part nf tlio hire lu bringing this luiji jvciaent iilxuit. animal. Tlio department of agriculture In n bulletin on repclhnts for protecting nn. lmals from tbe nttucks of flies quotes tlio following fqrmulas for application to wounds: Formula No. 1. Oil of tar, eight ounces; cottonseed oil to make thirty two ounces. 1'ormuln No. 2. Powdered naphtha-lln- , two ounces; hydrous wool fat, four, teen ounces. .Mix luto on ointment Formula No. 3. Coal tar, twelve ounces; carbon dlsulphld, four ounces. Mix. Keep In n well stoppered bottle nnd apply with n brush. Mixtures Nos. 2 nnd 3 are said to adhere to moist surfaces, nnd No. 3 Is said, In addition, to form n coating over raw surfaces nnd protect from the screw worm fly. The editor nt the close of the article In which the uboio formulas ure given adds the following formula: Oil of turpentine, one dram; phenol, one dram; cottonseed oil to make four ounces. Mix and apply freely to wounds. It Is stated that this remedy Is highly effective nnd Is used widely In the south. It Is said to Induce healthy granulation of wounds. A tent sire ns the head of hU herd for a few years Is facing n critical situation when It comes to Lrlnglng n new bull to the herd. Ily the time he needs this new sire his herd has been greatly Improved, nnd the purchase of n sire lacking In prepotent lower would bo a serious setback. It Is not nlwnys safe to depend entirely upon edlgrco. although that nnd the general npenr-nnc- e of tl.o animal are practically all that enn Ik? considered In buying n young, untried milntal. There Is one precaution, however. that we liclleve Is worth while, nnd that Is to be on the lookout for the new herd bull n year or two lieforc he Is really nerded nnd when such nn mil-mIs selected, ttlii3 cicry precaution possible to git one likely to bring further ImprnU'im'nt. bring him to tho herd nnd give htm n tryottt In n limited way before It lieumios nccexsnry to discard the old bull. The man with a mall grade herd perhaps could not nf- font tn do this, but the innn with a herd of considerable size or the one having a pure bred herd can moat ns- suiodly go to the extra expense of n young bull and placing it In reserve for n tryout. AVOIDING FOAL'S FIRST SUMMER. ALFALFA BLOAT. Plenty of Fsed It Necessary For Growth and Development. The first summer is the time when growth can be put on the colt cb.cai.iest and most proUtahly, writes II. U. McCartney In the Orange Judd Farmer. I'lenty of food Is necessary for best growth nnd development. Of nil feeds the mother's milk la of greatest Importance. It Is essential that the dam be cared for In such a way as will cause her to yield the biggest supply of milk possible. Mares suckling foals should be fed liberally of clean, hcnlthful and appetizing foods. It Is peruiNslbletiud usually advisable that the mare be worked. She should, however, be lu the bands of the most thoughtful, careful driver and should be handled with good judgment. After the age of about one month the foal needs food In addition to what it can secure from Its mother. Clean, bright oats makes probably the best feed that Is available on the frm. A mixture of oats, bran and linseed meal In proportion of Is'splendld If one will go to the trouble of preparing or mixing a feed. Ordinarily n roll will Cows Should Not Be Turned on Pas ture When They Are Hungry, Stock that has not bceu used to feed- lug on alfalfa or clover should not be turned on such n pasture for an nil day browse nt the outset, writes n correspondent of Hoard's Dairyman. The process of placing the animals on this kind of pasture must be gradual. An hour or so n day nt first, noting the effect, and Increasing the time ns the animals become accustomed to the feed Is the correct schedule to be carried out in order to avoid bloating. Animals should never be turned Into nn alfalfa pasture when they nre extremely hungry. They should lie fed some dry rongaage licfore being turned Very few cues of bloating will occur If the foregoing methods of pasturing Ocalfalfa are practiced Judiciously. casionally, however, one may be expected. The following method of treating a bloated cow usually proves effective: In mild cases frequently all I ' I I out 1 1'ercherons to grade up with, for they are more universally used than any of tlie other draft breeds. The horse pictured Is a grade Percheron gelding. does It take a great deal of time to raise a few very desirable horses If the farmer mates a decent mare to a gasd stallion and will continue In thMfcame line of blood without crosalrff with other kinds. Most farmers would, no doubt, select It doesn't cost a great deal nor II hTErf s.- -. Red Polled cattle come from England and are a dual purpose breed. Their standard calls for such an animal, and the breeders who have given thia breed a thorough trial find they uphold these qualities. The adherents of Hed I'olla do not claim the cowa will equal or surpass In dairy production the special dairy breeds nor surpass the beef breeds 1p beef production. Hut they do claim that they will produce a substantial profit to farmers. The bull shown Is n Red PolL ' ture Is abundant If the mare nnd colt nre running on pasture, supplemental feed will be needed Just tho same, cseclally when tho grass begins to dry up. A feeding placo should lie constructed In such n way that young cults can enter nnd older stock cannot, drain should liberally tn this separate pen II rat mouthful from the mother's feed box, but he cannot get euough there. He must haie a small box, out of reach of the mare or some place where larger and older stock cannot reach It Good pasture is highly luqiortitnt In securing gain and growth, lu fact there Is no one thlug ho necessary aside from the mother's milk. If the marc Is worked In tho Held bhe and the colt should have the best grass pasture at night. Cnre must be glcti that pastures nre not overstocked nnd that variety grasses or succession of pastures nro provided to avoid the dry grass lu summer, The mn re relishes grass and her mill; flow Is stimulated and Increased by good pasture. The colt relishes grass, gets needed exercise, and will thrive liest where pas- learn to eat tho Shoeing the Horse. When a horse persistently walks on the outside wall of the foot set the hind shoe back an Inch or so on the sole. Shorten the heels nf the front shoo and be el over the toe In give quick, rolling motion, ivel the hoof nd put on n shoe that has the outside vlnn thicker isn the wing nntheothr kldv of the fjot, necessary to do Is to put n wooden gag Into the mouth of the cow, passing a rope up and around the horns to hold the gag In place. The cow may mkhi begin to lielcu If kept moving, nnd relief will follow If the case npiicnrs to lie serious one of the following treatments may be given: One tablespoouful of crisjllu In u pint of raw Unseed oil. Another good remewhich dy Is one ounce of should also be given In u pint of raw Unseed oil. And still another (these liavo been recommended by members of the agricultural experiment station of tho University of California) Is one ounco of ammonium carlionatc dissolved In a pint of warm water. Should nil of these trcntmcnlx fall or tho case appear to be Immediately dangerous nearly every farmer and stockman knows what may lie doue namely, tap the paunch. This Is proierly doue with u tmear nnd canulu, hut when these are not at hand It may lie done with a knife. The tapping should tie done the V shaped hollow between the backbone, the hip nud the last rib and nlwnys on tho left side. thut It Is turiK-ntln111 J The Milk Pall. If possible one should use a covered bucket for milking. The milk should be removed from the stable at once and strained or separated. All tbe cream, sktmmllk or whole milk should bo cooled Immediately. nKeiy to comluct him luto lirenclies of man on mulcback. "I ain't sayln as 'twas," placidly the tenth nnd other commandments than to more elevated paths. There Is answered Ituben. "I'm sayln' as dad no ennobling effect from the contem- got mixed up and made n fulc of hlsplation of piles of cherry stones or self. No sooner had he sot eyes on even a treasury of buttous; but, after tho masheen than ho cracks his heels all, such collections of the useless are together nnd crows like a rooster and still the eicejKlon nnd not the rule. sex to me. sez be: "'Ituben, I kin pull tbe hull state of The collecting Impulse Is generally exercised upon things which have some Tennessee right up by the roots If I I beauty or grace or Intellectual Interest, kin git n brace fur my feet" on. I have seen the figure placed as aml t mero I)IntltU(e t0 remark that "Yass, I "beard him say them relow as CO and us high as 120. Person - . ,e u care for uch tnInBS are In marks," put lu one of the crowd. ally I think 100 eggs during the season geDcra Mter worth liking than those "Of co'se be said 'cm.' continued Is about the number. Considering that wbo ( not Ruben; "of co'ic. He spit on his -the guinea has never been bred with But wnIe conting- undoubtedly bands, grnbtied them 'ere handles and egg production primarily lu mind, this ; hna , c(Twt ,ms wmc when he straightened up I Jest felt tho Is an excellent sinning for nny fowl. La(, onva Kor ,U8tnlKT tlle mun or ground trembtln all around." Tbcy like to run two nnd two. male man who oiiecm,. u,ua,y "So'd IP called seven or eight voices uu w ... ..o. ends by caring more for his "sticks nnd In chorus. more than twice as 8tones..,UBt careful not to have Us iK.autlful "Dnd had one side of the hull countoany hens us males. They like to pair . 8on,,tOTe eVerjthlng else In the try lifted up two foot high when thero off and will do better that way than n , ,yor(L ,It, 8omollme!1 put, creI1 was a rip and a smash, them handles a more ixdygamous state. A male will w,fe cblUreu gtvom, to ,,,, nrt ob. tore out, the masheen flew to pieces , fact 0,vnei, , , mate with two females, but these birds Jpc( and tbe nlrth suuk back with n chug i nre Instinctively monogamous. own,u nronlrt which made us dizzy." I am certain that the few poof obviously a vice not confined This is "Then your father had broken n hntabes I hare had were caused by to collectors. A may not cnre a blood vessel or something of the sort?" placing too many females with one cent for any thing on earth, I queried. male. As n rule, the eggs hatch out nml yet bo wholly In the grip of bis "Skcersly. stranger, skeersly. Dad remarkably well, but this U one factor prolrty. Then we call 1ilni u miser that must be kept in the mind of the If we nre to make comparisons the wasn't no man to stop at one blood guinea grower. You can't override the collector certainly has theyiidvantage. vessel. He Jest busted hlsself nil to natural laws of breeding with any ani- It is a more gracious state tn live for pieces and was n pner nfore wo I might say he sort mal or fowl nnd expect to profit by It your china or your Chippendale than could reach him. run together nnd caked. He was While guineas nre very small It Is to live for your hank account. Hut of foot high when be grabbed them necessary to give them nbont the same there Is another way In which the pas- six care that would be given young tur- sion for ownership damages many col- 'ere handles, and now- - you enn't make font eight as lio lays In him over keys. The first week they will need lectors. They want to make property thnr on n four board. Jest pulled his knees some such food ns bread and milk, of people as well as things, to treat up nnd bis shoulders down, nnd I reckcunrs, liollod eggs, chopixsl line with their wives nnd daughters or husbands breadcrumbs. They must have a little and wns like the other objects of nrt on his pants would hold his galluses up If thnr wns nny buttons on sand mixed with their feed, and there in their collection. 'em. The man who owned the mamust be n little green stuff pineal In Again. It is a Hjilrlt not coullned to sheen wasn't to blame of co'so ho the rations. tho collector. Most of us. unless we wasn't but when he seed the calamAs soon ns they get big enough to are mnrvelouMy easy going, have some ity he started fur Knoxvllle on the follow the ben nlwtit they will take share of We do like to have other care of the green part of the feeding. iieoplo nt It dlsMisal, to lay down the Jump, nud lie wns jGmpIn' when ho our Where they are allowed to run over law for them and urrniiso their future, turned tho cn'ner of the hill up thnr. Dad's lu yere. stranger. Come nnd lot or pasture to say to one go mid lie goeth, to anthe fields or in a they will pick up plenty of bugs, other come mid he touictll. to n third take n link. Mighty good man ho was." "And you nre wnlllng to take tho worms nnd beetles, and this will serve do thbi and hhe dm 111 It. Cynics have Imdy homer' I queried ns n wagon them very well for the needed animal even been known tn hint at tho hordrove up to the shed. rart of the food. rid lieroxy that parental love of chil"That's It, stranger." It Is best lo feed them at least ev- dren Is Inspired and stimulated by this "It will be a xml sight for your mothery evening when they are getting proprietary liilere t. and does not sur-viv- o er lo sec the Issly come home." plenty on the range. Pccdlng nt night tlio age nt which children Insist "Toler'bly sad, tnler'bly sad." replM will nlwnys bring them back to the upon being eui.ini Ipnted. In which the young man, "though she's lieeu exroost, nnd this Is one thing that should theory theie Is. ns usual with cynicism. pect In' It for the last ten y'ars, I bn taught them. Just enough trulli tn deceive. know about what she'll say. As tho wagon drives up mid she sees uic shoil Insects on Geese and Ducks. Caullf!cw:r Pickle. stand In the door and call out: Some folks think that geet-- nnd ducks this time. Rube? Take n firm white caulltluwcr nnd "'litis it hapiN-nehave no lice liecniise they Immerse In soak It liead down hi u strong r.oution " 'Yep, maw. water. This Is n mistaken not Inn. says of salt nnd for one hour; then "Smashed up or dead?" authorities lake olT the u.it.rs and break up tutu the I'nnn Journal. Icau-.'"Dead us a dead rabbit!" tell us that rive kliuTs of lice attack small fkinciotto. I'uur liolllng wutcr "'Tackle an elephant, did her geese, anil ducks have two kinds of these, let them stand for eight '"Wurs'n that, iiiuw. mites all their own. mid urn kinds of out mliiutcti, drain mid sprinkle "A hull circus?' lice nre common to both ducks nnd "And wuss than that Ho tried to geese. Perhaps nil folks do not know with salt. out on II sieve Sprout the that different kinds of fowls have their to dry. Whentlowerettes dry fill Into lift the hull nlrth on ono of them thormighly own particular Insect sts. pickle Jars mid pour over them hot "'Shoo! Shoo! And It busted him' Vinegar that luis been boiled withwo "All lo smash,!' ounces) of ounce of iH-rnrnAttention. Fowls Need one "Doctor look at lilinT gtuger root, half an ounce of mace nud Tho thing of the very most Impor" Two of 'cm. nnd both ngrced Hint Al tance in poultry raising Is cleanliness. n saltssnful of cayenne his pruncln' dnjs was over.' It Is often lacking, hut never without low the pickle lo stand for twenty-fou- r "Wanl. I knowesl they'd bo If ho Dirty houses, dirty houru In the luit vinegar, then drain It kept whoopln' It up, an' incblio he's bad consequences. roosts, dirty droppings will each and off, reheat to the boiling polut nnd ioiir better off. At least we'll iiilow that II bring on sickness and waste. If again ovm Iho cuiillttnwer. Cover the ho Is, and you cum In nnd cut some you cannot nttend to birds properly do jars clokcly, filling them to overflowing, wood and feed tbe hawg and we'll git attempt to rulse them, for they de. and soul while hot I'ut nwny for ten not n early start to bury him In lbs good sre In every detail. days before using. mand mawnlnV " i bought from George llurton n colt for ItOO. Mr. Jim Sanders Is quite III at this What Dufed Him All to Squaih Love of Beauty a Virtue Which writing with malaria fever. By M. QUAD The farmers were proud to see tlie Should Be Cultivated. Copyright, 1915. by n MiOlurt pretty days last week on their tobacco 8nillcflU Mrs. Porter Wesren and children DON'T BE OWNED BY THINGS. visited Mrs. Nell Layton Saturday night It for granted that I got out nt a small railroad station Don't take In Tennessee, to llnd II crowd III front nnd Sunday. because the hens nre out around To 0 Wholl) In' the Grip of Your Pos- of n saloon, nnd ns I began Inquiring Mrs. Nancv Moberley spent a few the farm they enn get nil the grit they need. sessions Is to De a Slave of the Very the cause of the excitement n joung days Inst week with her daughter Mrs, replied; It Is n good Men to keep nn old Johnson Speak. Woret Sort Alto Beware of Making man of twenty turned nnd broom handy nnd clean out the "Stranger, I enn tell e nil about It Property of People. Mrs. Kills McMlllion has returned corpse?" coops often; then tho chicks will Do you want to see the home after a pleasant visit to Mrs thrive better. There Is u imaliit story sotnew here In "Is some one dead?" Hens; are not so mpt to hide the letters of about two old "Dead as n coon track, and It's my Moie Itnv near (lUnni Chapel. ladles lu Switzerland. Their house own dad nt that" their nests In weeds and under Miss I'eachle Mae Sanders was the buildings when plenty of clean, stood high, nnd ns they grew older they "Ileen n row here?" gueit of her cousin Miss Hester Dean vermin free nests nre provided In found tlio mountain air trjlng. Why n bit of It Dnd Jest made n of Nicholssvllle the past week. "Not houses. not inovo down to the valley? The fulo of hlsself. He's In Ihnr waltln' Save money by buylngyour coal from question produced n suierlor smile. So fur n cart to take hlsself home to bo oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Get our prices on us this month. easy to talk of such n tremendous laid out nnd burled." change! Move down to the valley, In"Never seed nuthln' to ekal It In nil Northern and Home grown seed rye, deed! Why, what would lieconio of i mv Iw'n days." said a man In the Hudson, Hughes & Fnrnau. GUINEA HENS ARE the library? They could not bear to crowd. Mrs. Mary A. Sanders received quite I wouldn't hcv library to loai e It unenred abandon the "I was right yrro or a surprised last Thursday morning GOOD EGG PRODUCERS for or to subject It to the perils of sniggered to It nohow," ndded a sec- - when a number of friends nnd relatives removal. So they stujed up lu the trying tnrruntnhi air. And Dickens, hav- Iond. was Jest this way, stranger," gathered with her and celebrated her ing seen the great library, prophesied , continued the son ns he picked n silver tilth birthJsy. A bountiful dinner was number of There Is little doubt about guineas that when the poor old ladles were I off n pine liox nnd I span to whittle nt served and she received being good layers, but they very fre- gone, some girl would carry on nil the It with n spring back Jackknlfc: "Dad nice presents. quently hide their nests, and many of books In her basket nnd me comes down jere this uiornln' Every one knows persons Just like to buy n mewl. Dnd was K)wcrfui the eggs ure lost or cnten by animals, Progwrites n correspondent of Farm these old women persons who are frisky nil the wny down, mid ho sex ress. The guinea seems to lie n little owned by their roierty Instead of to me, sex be: REPORT OF THE CONDITION nearer the wild fowl than any other of owning It In a pleasant little story "'Ruben, I kin outwalk, outrun, our domesticated birds. Disturb them from the pen of n very modern writer, outholler mid oulllck anything ever so little and they nre very likely we nre given n clever study of another on top of this yere nlrth's surfnec.' "to cbnnge their nests. phase of this complex Httlu problem of "I sees dad wns party chucky. and I It Is hard to say Just how many eggs the relation of n woman to her ioses-sion- sez to him. I sex; National Bank n guinea will lay during the laying senKdnn, n great dealer, has come "'Dad, you's top of the heap round to some fame nnd considerable fortune yore, nml nobody kin deny It, Jmt (loan' partly because she had n genuine love you go nnd meet up with no light in of bcnutlful things. She enn hardly town. We's nrter n mewl, wo is, nnd I. I.MASTKK. KV.AT TIIK bear to sell her most precious acquisi wo donn' want no fiisslu' nor nutbluV tions, though welling Is her trade. "And with that dad Jumps fo' feet Close !! Illtsille.NS Sept 3. l)t?. Now nobody would deny that this nf. high, and cracks bis heels together, it l. outre fectlon for beauty, wherecr It may be and whoops out that he's b'ar traps, vl lSw.tii el found, Is In Its way n virtue. Ill gen- pUeu, powder nnd catamount nil boil- IIAU. MUd dl.CiiUllta Oicrilrult'. eral nnd the nlwtroct n man or n wo- ed down Into one. nnd that he's danti' rttfme eir man Is likely to Is; the better for be- gerous If anybody goes to lick lip his U llouili ilf e.io-1riil.lioiii-IJM.oi.i uluvi ing fond of giN.nl design nnd cunning hind foot" to ,iik tl IVder! sut'ert,-tlD.TIO Ksirr.r llaus craftsmanship. "Vans, nnd I hears him holler when Lv. IHIOHtll This does not lead joti to the hope- he's n mile nwny," said one of tho unpaid HI Kl J Value-oHankm bsm.r. lessly Irrational conclusion that "col :.uuoo T.WWIV lltiiurbtawWri'li lecting" of all sorts Is n moral pursuit crowd. He- "Of co'se you did," replied Ituben; Nvt amuliul lur truM pwtal People may, and In fact they do, col- eri Ilalia Net smtltl (rum i.rot r.1 Itrx-nIcct "1'0t object lu nature or "of co'se. Dad wns powerful on AceuL In New lurk. 1'hleafe r-In. He'd holler n b'ar out'n n tree I 5I U a U.I St. Unit. !"un" urc,lIn who half n mile nwny. When ho got down Nrt ami dtlr Iroro r.rnei! lt.5T J i nmasacs cberrv stones and buttons has In olher yeru thnr was a feller from Memphis Set ami line from rule. bank. his exact parallels among tho grownIK 10 rr. lulher lhaii IneliHleil I'iSuil) with n patent lif tin mnsheen ups. right ycre. Thar's the pieces of It OiltaUIn rlieek. ami Hlhef fa.li SS m As for as such uninteresting collecItem. agin this fence, while tho feller hlsnlfkrl. tractlimal tions are concerned it Is plain that rv U ll rent. " I .I- -1 to them has at best no good In- self Is ten miles away and still rfolr.ot other National lianas Musky K.asairR fluence on the collector. efforts Ills aSMI "Hut 'twasn't his fault" protested n Total roll) anitrettlMealr Taking; Into consideration the litafter more cherry stones are rather 's note. A bad habit mny be taught dogs or cats by throwing the head of a freshly killed fowl to them. Cnpltnl, pluck, enterprise, nnd patience nre qualifications that innke successful lioultrymen. FEMININE TOPICS. Ruben s Old Dad Nciilr StnJeri Ilro. Paris, lit. Monday. Frankfort, lit. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. I.exlnttton, 2nd. Monday, Stanford, 2nd.Mor.tlay. Shelhyvllle, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mom!;. Lawrenccburi;, 3rd. Monday Nlcholasvillc, Sn!. Monday, Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday, I.ANCASTKR. 4th. Monday Winchelter, 1th. Monday. Montlcello, 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. lit. Monday. s The undersigned hereby g've warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for nny purpose whatever as we will prosecute all olTenders to ful kit extent of lb- - law Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N II Price It. U, Elkln W. It. Cook. Mrs. Keberca.1. West. II. C. Arnold. James II. Conn, POSTED J. S. Weaver P. Illand. J. C. Morgan. J. II. and W. cash. We u ill add other names for 25 cent Citizens iXn-a-sf- !' -- Personal Stationery Should be Engraved ot Embossed nowadays. It reflects good taste and 4at once creates a favorable impression. wasm tle trouble and coit of raisin?, gulneaa are a most profitable fowl. They hunt for food In the woods and fields and do not come home to set feed as lone as they forage elsewhere. Each farm should have at least a few guineas. Large range ahould be given, as the fowls will not thrive when cooped up. The picture shows a guinea hen on her nest holle- r run-nln.- ati-- l Suppose you come and tee the many beautiful sample we have and get our prices, ri-- ri-- i with I' t not more than s is-circulation) Total Huri'lu. Inn-- I L'Uillfllr.l prnnta, paid lu rent ,.lio taw.lu i. S. Tlea.-nre- pt no a 00 Central Record. LIAHII.ITIK. V.(000 li.ml no vu4 ui;l 31- - Js Ke.t-rTrfor Tate... . I ,ua : teas current rien.e.. ?.?vl I M1 and Isle. (irrnlatlnc Hole. . --.. .ViO ti La amouni on uan.i anil InTrea.nry for rrtlemn! 00 liouor In tran.li line to t.ank. and banker II other than lurlnded liiioilll -- I Individual delo.tt. aunjecl IX all Ill.alS lorherk II.l- -; 75 Certiorate, ot depn.ll !. 7 Hills payable. IDCIudlnS oi.iu. lions repre.entlns money " 00 ) L. & N Train ScbtsUc At W Ti Uacultr, It. w.. m, ,, .. ... b, I. W. K.t'liamti.t'a.hler of the above named To Maysvtilr, connecting at Itlchmoni bank. do uilemnlr .wear that the .late meut 1. true lo the i if mv knowledte and with I. A N to Frankfort & Louisville; W . t ( hamp. t'a.hler belief. at Winchelter with C 4 O to LexingHubacrtbed and .worn to before me this -- lb. ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling A darolSept 1911. Ujr Comral..ion Ktplre. January 2J, Iwl Atteat CoaaRcr II V H.'0 UW.urS Total Br.Tior Kssirtav.l'nCNTT ortLsaastvei: AKRIVK. No 10; 6AH). m. S V. tlelinr, Solarr Public. Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; HUiS I Hrti.oK. ' tlltectoli, JJW l.rwt, u W aiKiK , !. a. m. To Itowland A Stanford connecting at Itowland, L A; N to all points South No 2."; 11:01 a. m. To Kichmond. connecting with REPORT OF THE CONDITION L& N to Irvine & lleattyville. l.exlngton A Cincinnati, Mlddlesboro A Knoxvllle. No 70; ll:Mla. m. To Kichmond. connucting with train to Cincinnati. NATIONAL No. BANK. X fas l i nn. i AT OF I.ANCASTKK. No 87; 2:00 p. m. To Uiuiivillc. connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown A Howling Green, and at Ilardstown Junction to A TheCloseor Business, Sept 21915 Iltrdstown KKMIt'ltCKl". Springfleld. fast '1 Loan, and dltuuut. imfe? - ii;r..iT u Il.erdrafta. .trurt-- I 1'im-curtt cirV. H. Iloml. deposited to culation (par aliu-- l I. .. .'.i.uoui V) ui fo oilier than . h buuil.(not Incluillus .lock.) owntd uu10 plrdlted Illl-- U lubecrlptluti lo .toek uf federal in Ite.i in-- Hank ll.-SIJ.IIC 1.1 IJ.I'WI unpaid p.t Uu U.I.U i o Haukllis lioiue L'.i ilturi. taliil Hvlli.Pa Net amount due Irun Federal .vne llauk Net autt due Innn approved re.ere aaeut. Ill New York t'liloaau alol .. I V) Jl . bt Lotil. Nit Mint due from anproied re.erte No U; 8:12 p. m. To Stanford, connecting wild train to Ilristol A Atlanta. Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville. Ky. North-boun- l.KU tt UU CO Hil agtsluuther re.erie cltlr.lli n U.J I) Net ami due from bank, and bauketa -l 10 lotber than Included lu I or loi t'hei-kaobank, in tlie .alileclty or lumi a. reporttuie bank , TI Hi Fractional curreiir). ulrkel. . U Al No. 10 .Ila&l and 0 Ml Kote. of other National liana. Hans, I.kiii. .Musav Kiatais Total rolll aud ctltlhcatea. JX to No, 4 V.li-l.i lender nutea t Kedeinptlou t'liud with I'. H, more than oSnn No. 28 1auu Total, ST No. 14 No, No. 0- Capltsl .lock paid Hiimlliaflllld UuJlvlded profits. I.IAIill.lTIKb III I MI.0HO0O aii.l.o ui llllAO 1,1 I IMS &H Iteaerveil for Isle...... - ll.llu 10 KSS1 lere.lau.l lairspalii .... M.IWJ W .. Clrcillalllij Note.. ou band and Ix.s auioiiulfor redeinptloii lu Trtaiurr SOU uu orlulran.lt Ijiiu lo bank, and bankers (other Ih.n Included In 4oiJin . tocheck. Certified Checke .. KiJIi lu Vi.woit) No. 12 No. 5 Cincinnati Express, dally 4:30 Spe cial, daily 0:03 Illue Crass Special, dally except Sun...C:03 Carolina Special, 7:00 daily Local Express, dally 1:35 Limited, dally C:20 Hoyal Palm, dally.. 5:37 South-boun- a.m. a.m. n.m. n.m p.m. p.m. p.m. L oca I Express, TD Individual deposits subject . lii 1 71 ituu.tJu CJ On No. 11 No. 1 No. 13 No. 3 10,11 1 11 bills payab't, lucludlui oblltattous repieseut- Ina money borrowed Total 11:05 a.m. Hoyal Palm. dailyll:20 a.m. New Orleans Lim ited, dally 11:35 a.m. daily 5.0i0 00 Carolina daily Special, 10:15 p.m. Spe- The Ceniral Record $1.00 Per Year Lancaster, In Advance. Shown at Roman's Opera House Each Monday.' Night Eat what you want ftsdnoibe You Can Enjoy Life troubled with indigestion if you will take a Dyspepsia Bttl. Mort and (iter by u-- 25o box. ' cb 'vTabttt Sold only ' ew RTATsorKisTicav, Count vor il AssAao.sst I, H. (! liassr, Ca.hler of the abort No. named bank. do aolemuly awesr that thesbovs statement I. true to tbe U.I of my knowledge B.C. Dawsv, aud belief. No. 27 L'ailiier. Bubacrlbed and sworn to txfore me this Tib YV.u. Ulguitr. day ol Bept 19U. Notsry Public. cial, dally 11:35 p.m. Spe Dlue I Kentucky. R. E. McRobsrta 11:52 p.m. cial, dally Grass Spe cial, dally except Sunday, arrives 8:15 p.m. My CouiuiU.Iou eiplrei r.b'J. Vnt. For rates, routes and Information Coaascr Attest! I call upon or address M. J, Coughlin, J. It. I'osav. albx UissY.II Directors. gent; 'phone 340. H. D, Coouata H- ""Sir The Central Record, Thursday Sept 9 1915. DOUBLY PROVEN Hamilton Valley. a D. D. D. R, L' Page 7 for 16 years Children Cry for Fletcher's 1 I Vj Tlio Kind Aon llnvo Alwnyg Jlouglit.niul 1ms 7eon in iiho l.ir over IU) yvim, hut liornotlio ultjimttiro ot l lm Imtii iiukIo miilL-- Ills per- Mnro IU liifnnry. ".".V"1 Allow no 0110 IimIcc. Ivi) voii In this. fyyf. All ('iiiniltTfelt, liiiltiitliins anil nro Imt tlmt lillli) with mill 'iiiImipit Hid IkmiKIi ot ltilniits ami ClilIilrcii-i:.;ierK-i- ico iifjiilust Iltperiineut. CM7r.f l hiitIIih .Tii(-im-S(H- r Milotlliilu for Cnnor Oil, Pnrr-Korl- i-, MroiiH mill Smilliliin Syrups. It N pti'iinint. It 'o!iti.ii:i Opium, nor ntln-- Murciitlii . miWuihv. Hi ngi' It Hi Kiiiiraiiti-KIt iloMritys Worm l or moro tlimi tlilrly ntul ill.. vi IVvoiMiih-h- . ji'iirs It ' liii.i Ihtm In I'linxlunt iiho for tint relief of Connlputloii, 1 Inliili iiry, Ai Iml Colli', all TeethingTrouble mid It regulate tlio .Stomitcli jiutl Itimrls, ninrrluen. iiMltiiSJ.it4 tlm rooil, giving; lii ultliy mill natural sleep. 'Jlio CliIMruii's I'utmeeii Tlio Mother's l'rlend. ft .Viii-plitnr - CrafnHi What is CASTOR 1inrmta) I A GENUINE CASTORIA iBcurs the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought BE IN A POSITION TO SHIP YOUR HAY TO THE BEST MARKETS The best prices prevail in localities where little hay is crown anil where there is a limited amount of storage space. Haled hay can be readily shipped and occupies only one-fift- h the space required to store loose hay. Our line of International Motor Hay Prettes includes llxlS-inch 3, I, orC-IGxIS-inc- h 1 or C-- 17x 22-inO-- 1'. I II C Engine. Bale Chamber with 1HC V. Engine. Hale Chamber with 1 II C Engine. 1 Hale Chamber with International Motor Hay Presses will bale more hay in a given length of time than any other press of equal size. r, tonkie joint plunger, power jack, bale The tension and spring roller tucker arc features worth looking into. Drop in and sec us the next timeyou are in town. Recler, PHONE 27. Mallard - Sc Scott, BRYANTSVILLE. Kv. A of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Trypn. WAY up in the mountains of Western North Carolina ore ths beautiful and attractive i esorts Spend your vacation at one of these cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion tickets arc on sale daily, Rood until October 31st, via Southern Railway cf the South' I Stop-over- s allowed at all points. Three rpeclal Low Rate Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. For full Information lee Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or write Kentucky. 13, II. Todd, District Passenger Agent, Louisville, Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have ma tie Ma nama famoui all over the ' United State and Canada. Compoaed of Roota, llerha, Darkt and Oerriea. For treatment of Human Diieaiei. ruraley'a Indian IIiU-i- 5 Day' Treatment. $1 00 . Dakota Jack' Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack' Cremo Soap. I"rlce 10c. 3 bar Mrs. Jake Ilurchart Is visiting her Lancaster Readers Can No Longer Doubt daughter Mrs. Andy Lamb. Messrs Collier, Vanhook and Cliristo the Evidence. phcr were out here limt week on busl-nt-sThis Lancaster citizen testified long ngo. Messrs: James Shelton ami Joe Lear Dy SARAH nAXTUR Told of quick relief-- of undoubted were guests of Mr. Melvln Stinnett benefit. reeently. 1! iniiril v., m HMilklii).- - the duor. Th facts lire now eetiflrmed. Mr. Wm. Wells ami Misses Eva Dye- Stieh testimony is cetnplste -- the Win ii a in hi wulk tliu iLr.r wlih n house aid Jennie Wells, attended the kiilt druw it l I'Vl.leiit llii rs U 'iui-- t evnlrnce eoneltnlve. London fair lil if mi liln mliiil. It forms convincing proof of merit. Ami tlwru wiik Mr. Kotisrrt Hammock was the guest Mrs. C T. Ilnnnmett, Crali Orchard ruhii'tliliiK on liuninnl'd mlinl-- ii kixnl of his cousin Mr. Pettus Ilentiey for ilivil. In flirt Hi' wim ii wirelilixT of St., Lancaster, saystC'My kidneys were th week end. Mint llnijtmi, it ml MIm llmytiMi va out of order and I had pains through Mr. ami Mrs. Eugene Clark were viry lit llinmnl lml lunnl I tint tin-- my back nnd kidneys. At times I was Donn's Kidnev I'ill. made rnc Ruests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Hamilton ll.K'tum WlTf llewlMMlK lf fllllklllil tlic nervous. I'Xiiiniiiu'iit of ii triMfril.iii of lilooil. feel much better anil stronger in etrery Saturday and Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. Muriel Sparks are vis bill Im l not Ih n fnr f. iiml imjr lienrtf .vay. ' (Statement Riven February 6th pirnoii wlm wim wlllliiK to xlru up lil 1912) iting their daughter Mrs. Dock Untie: -or lier bluutl fur tlie purio!.'. Mrs. wood in Eitil county. ON A LATER OCCASION. Ikmmnl lint offrrcl htiaxelf to MIm ilrummett said: "I cannot say too much Little Miss Florence Mason left Inst llrHjIon, uih! hlx luitl rt'ftimil liltu. Pills as in fnvor of Donn's Kidney week for Indiana where she will mHke n now tvnily to zle Uvr IiIn He kidney ami bladder medicine, fur two her home with her aunt. WihxI or ltl llfi'. If nccwuary, Imt WimM not thin Lv lnrln Iwr iiihIit nn boxes have cured me of that that trSave money by buying your con! from ouble." oUllimtloii tvlil. Ii might nttitt.' Iter tu us this month. Get cur prices on Don't Northern nnd Home grown seed pit'imil tu lilm Price 50c, at all dealers. r livr ri'fuwil? It rvc like tnklnu nn iinfiilr'nlvniitico of lier; simply ask for a liidnev remedy-R- et Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. tlmt It would In- - nn olitriinlmi, an un Donn's Kidney Pills-t- he same that Mr. John Sparks of the mountains Foster-Milbur- n liliu Unl.li; to ii Mrs. Ilrummett had. Kmclous net, Is visiting his brothers Messrs Dee and cltarce of trying tu win lur liy unfair Co., Props.. IlulTalo. .V. Sydney Spirits this week. tiicjins. ItonliU'K, lUninnl lin.l ahvnyii al tl in t unless tlio k'lrl tiu wauled wantiil li I lit, mill Hint Mry Uidly, tie PAINT LICK HAMMACK dlilii't want her. How would It tin for lilm to clro lirr .Mrs. Bell Scott of Lancaster Ohio is Miss Ruth Ross has been a visitor in lilt bliKxl wlttiimt Iter knowing from visiting her aunt .Mrs. Sarah Hammack Lancaster. whom tin; tlft raint'J lliiniard Ktn-Itand other Kentucky relatives. ulioft In till wnlk nn! tutfol nt Misses Sallic ai d Mattie iVoods spent Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Baird are expect liln inutnclie. Tliou lie took up liN Monday in Richmond. Imt, cnitiiuml It down on lili dead ed to visit his father and brother this Miss Chastine Itucker is on a visit to week. He has mid liurrlol uuiiy tu Jll.tn Itrayton'ii been attending Columbia friends in Madison Indiana. t'liyslclati. University in New York City. Afltr an Interview It was settled Mr Howling of London has been the Mesdames" Hattle HarHs cf New ttint lite luralld otiould receive Ruest of Mr. E. C. McWhorter. Ross Ind , and Maggie Mayhall of In IiIimnI without knowing it. TliN Messrs Smith of Harlan and Danville dianapolis have returned home after a couM 1(0 ilotte hy K.Tfornilni; the pleasant visit to relatives in this county. In a room illiuly lltcltttHl. with are guests of Mr. Carlos Hedrick. Ilnrn.ird'n faco enrvred. No one hut the Save money by buying yourcoal from Mr. John McWhorter of Crab Ordoctor and the cotiple oiernted on need us this month. Get our nrices on tm lire'ent, and the Identity of the chard is the RUest of relatives here. Northern and Home grown seed rye. Mood Kit vii nittl not lie dlvuleeil. Miss Kate Kly has returned from a Hudson. Hughes & Farnau, and visit to friends in Paris and Lexington. Tim nitration vv.n Little Miss Sarah Hammack had a llniytou roK.iliniI her health and Mli Mis Estill Walker has returned from narrow escape last Friday morning BtreiiKth. ll.ininnl had the nutltfue-tlo- n of Imvliti; wiveil her life, hut nw a ten days visit to friends in Stanford. while on her way to school with the teacher, Mr. S. L. Haird. The horse tio more evidence of n irtilNtltluii Metsrs Nelson and Charles IioRetsat-tende- d Imleeil, it was (or hint than became frightened and threw the child the fair In Somerset the past not Tone after the nhorHllon that lie out catching her head between the hi'iinl "lie was i'ti;nt;cd to n man week. shafts and wheels. Mr. Baird ws quick whom ho had feared tw n rival. Tills Miss Mary Miller, of Richmond was enough to catch her and preventing her threw Ilartinnl Into ilivtwinleiicy. the Ruest of Mrs. R. J. Walker the from tailing to the ground. She was One evening nt n Joiina fttfrsont' past week. badlv bruised about the head and body KatherltiK, nt which Barnard, Mls Miss Agnes Henderson of Lancaster, but not seriously. Itraj ton and her fiance. Mortlake. were invent, Itarnanl heanl a youiis lady came Tuesday to be the guest of Mrs. tifar him ay that there was a very A. Ii. Kslridge. I'REACIIERSVILLE pretty romance Miss Ilrayton Ml. and Mrs. Robert Led ford and Wedding bells will ring shortly. Mr. Mortlnke. and llanianl prlcketl children left Saturday for a visit to up I'.H ears, hut faltnl to learn what friends in Ewing, Va. Mr. George Coins is quite sick. tho ronianco was. Hut a week later Mr. John Naylor celebrated his 73th .Mrs. A. U. Estridpe, R. W.,Estridge he met a friend who asked lilm why birthday Tuesday last. he had not icot in uhead of Mortlake and Miss Lena EstridRe motored to Miss Allene White ot Ottenheim, when Miss lira) ton was 111 and offer HarrodsburR the past week. her his MooiL Thus It came out that Miss Elizabeth EldridRe left Satur- visited the Misses Pettus. Mortlako had aved his Ilancee'.s life. day for Stanford where she will teach Mr. Joe Cress will enter a private Tills win n romance with a venge- in th school near Nicholasvillc. Gradeil School this term. ance. .Mortlake had undoubtedly won Master Newton Gill who has typhoid Mr. G. L. Waterbury arrived Wedthe flrl hy rhilmlus tu have saved her nesday from Canada and will resume Is reported as being some better. life at tho risk of his own. That evening Itarnanl wan walking his position as principal of the High Miss Alhe .May Cummins will enter the Hour in n more dlKicrttutletl state school. school at Lexington this week. of mind than liefore. His rival hail Mrs. A.JIi. EstridRe, Roy EstridRe, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Baker were vis beaten Idm by a lie. and he wan not Misses Stella Ilurnam and Lucile Esiting relatives at Berea Sunday. In a wltlon to pet the matter right-Tru- e, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Kennedy have he had only to refer Ihe matter tridRe and Miss Ava McWhorter spent to tho surgeon who performed the op Monday in Crab Orchard. moved back here from Shelby City. Mrs. Tom Logsden entertained at eration, but this would lie Interferliis Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Lunsford have hetwven n girl and Iter lover n dog In rook in a most "deligiuful"manner cn moved into their home on Cedar St. the manger business that wan far be- Saturday afternoon, A rdelicious ice Mr. George Navlor of Corbin visited neath n man of Ilarnanl'x sensitive course was;served.3Sr&2!HiiB9SB relatives here and at Crab Orchard. honor. On the other hand, what right had ho to penult the girl lie loved tu 2 Mrs. C. H. Pence of LexinRton Jnrnl Miss Annie Barnes, of Crab Orcoard, marry n man who had lied tu get her? Mrs. Chas. Askins of Nicholasvillc are is teaching at Heazley school house. lielug in a quandary, remain- spendinga week with their oarentsMr Ilarnard. Miss Julia Brown is i tiling her sised In n nuainhiry. These sensitive fel- and Mrs. M. A. Cottrelt. Mrs. Charles Vaught at Danville. lows who keep themselves In the back Miss Olive Forester, of Harlan, who ter. ground are usually overlooked by girls has been the guest of Mrs. E. F. HedI'rof. J. B. Hutchtns attended the who, did they know the facts, would rick will remain here for the winter teachers institute at Kings Mountain. most assuredly prefer them, llanianl Itev. Rogers tilled his pulpit here was too refined in reeling to save, ci- and enter the High school. Save money by buying your coal from Saturday, Sunday and Sunday evening. ther himself or the girl he loved. Mrs Rose Lunsford visited Mrs, us this month. Get our prices on Hut one morning Miss Hraylon. tndisiiosod, sent for her physician. Northern and Home grown seed rye. rreU Mctlure at Crab Orchard last During his visit she told him that weeK. Hudson. Hughes & Farnau. there was ii certain ferret which she .Misses Maggie and Stella Arnold D. I., and T. B. Woods. J. Wade knew h; was pllgM to keep, but she C. Mc- were recent visitors of Miss Nora knew It all the same. Then she an- Walker. O. H. Hendren. E. Whorter. Harry McWhorter and Jack Smith. nounced to him her engagement Mr. John Pettus and daughters at "I congratulate him." said tho doc- Davis attended court in Richmond Mon tended the teachers Institute at KinRs tor, "lie took considerable risk for day. you ami desert you." of Lancaster Mountain. Misses llinnie-Johnsc"How he must havo loved me!" and Elizabeth Bryant of Bryantsville Muss!S MarRaret and Ha Mae Dye"I fancleO ho was doing It for love." came Monday to take their places in house were visiting their aunt, Mrs "It would have been ungracious for the faculty of the Graded School for W m. Shaw. mo to refuse lilm nfter tho sacrifice the coming yew. Mr. and Mrs. Phil B. Thompson and ho made for me." Miss Lena Eairidge spent the week Mrs. Menefee Elmore were at Stanford "lou have got a 11 no fellow. I took n fancy to HaninrU the moment I laid end in Lexington the guest of .Mrs, last Thursday. ojes oil him." Garnett Kemper, who accompanied her Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pettus and f am "Harnardr home and will be the guest of friends ily of ipringiield visited Mrs. Rebecca "let, Itarnanl. you're cLgagcd to here for several days. Pettus Sunday. Ilarnard, arvn t youj" Paint Lick defeated Whites station Miss Itrayton's eyes grew as blir m Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Vaught have on the later grounds Saturday after- returned to their home at Danville butter plates. after ooon at a score of looked as visiting-M- r. It "Was It Mr. Ilarnard wliosav.il mo?" and Mrs. J. W. Brown. "Why ys- -I thought you ktww." would lose the game. tho Paint Lick It was the one hundred and twenty Tho cat was out of the bag. until the ninth inning when Tatum got Soou after this revelation Mrt!ako u hit that brought in two scores. second annual session of Tates Creek received n note from Ids ilancco tiatliu W tiles Station and Point Leavell were Association held here and not the 12th , tlmt bho must breult her engagement 8cheduld to play the same afternoon as appeared. with lilm, since sho had discovered .Mr. bdgar Holtzclaw is back hi.me but the game was called olT on account that she could not lovo him. from Carteraville where he has been Harniird heanl that the girl ho loved of the rain. helping Mr..'" J. P. Arnold build a house was free, but since she hail pledged for Rev. R. B. Baird. the doctor to keep mum he had no Idea Indigestion. Acute. Save money by buying yourcoal from of tho causo of tho breaking of t'ligaifcmcut. Ono day he received a "I was annoyed for over a year by us this month. Get our prjees on note asking him to call. Ho did so. attacks of acute indigestion," writes Northern and Home grown seed rye. and Miss llniytou frankly told lilm that Mrs. M. J, Gallagher, Geneva, N. V. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. In refusing him sho had mistaken her I tried everything that was recom There will be a pie supper at the reelings. Ilarnard W33 Cot Plow :i giv ing her nu opportunity (o correct the mended to mo .'or this complaint but Beazley school house Saturday night mistake. They were married, and it nothing did mo m'ich good until about Sept. 11th. Proceeds will be used for was not till tho day nfter tho wedding four months ago I saw Chamberlain's the beneilt of the singing school which Tablets advertised and procured a bot begins there Sept. 13th. Everybody .that his wife told him tho secret. "Why didn't you tell mo that he tle of them from our druggist. I soon come. fore?" ho asked In an Injured tone. realized that I hrd gotten the right Business and booze do not mix well, "liccauio I dldn t propose that you thing for they helped mc at once. Since iliouhl Indilgo In any mora nonsense." taking two bottles of them 1 can eat A drunken negro potter, in a business house not a thousand miles away, by heartily without any bad effects." Sold his Insolence and disrespect, lost the by all dealers. house a $50 order while he was in charge at noon. A Sensitive PRESCRIPTION The Standard Skin Remedy Lover Instant Relief for all Skin Troubles McRobert. Dni!g;st Lnnr.ister Ky WANTED Army W. Lancaster, - can BsJaOlTSSS Any one having any of the above to sell, should phone me at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. B. Burto all. - - - Kentucky. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI Sunday, ROUND TRIP Sept. 12th FROM JUNCTION CITY and RETURN $1.50 101 SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. Ask Ticket Agent for Particulars II. C. KING, Pass'r and Ticket Afient East Main St., Lexington, Ky. Public Sale' Of Land and Stock. I will sell , at PUBLIC AUCTION on ' FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH, 1915. n Beginning at 1 o'clock, P. M rain or shine, One farm of 40 acres, located in Lincoln county, Kentucky, on the Hanging Fork creek, G miles north of Stanford and 2 2 miles west of Hubble. yard and a'l This place has a nice cottage house of four rooms, cistern in the necessary outbuild'ngs; nice young orchard; good stock barn and good tobacco tobacco, hemp barn. Thirty acres of this place is in grass and the balance in and corn. acres, located near the Lancaster and I will also sell my farm of Danville and six miles west Danville pike.'in Boyle county, three miles east of Cook and This farm adjoins Senator Hubble, & C. Browning, Sim of Hubble. new tobacc.) barn on it; a small dwelling house; is well otheis It has a brand pt g springs and is all in grass fenced: plenty of water from three never-failinand tobacco. 25 acres which are in corn fol. eoril .vneat Both of these farms are first class blue grass ;nJ( hemp or tobacco and no better grazing for Cattle1 can bo found anywhere. Terms will be liberal and will be made known on day of sale. At the same time I will olfer for sale 12 head of work mules from 2 to J years old: 5 harness horses; 2 gooj walking horses from I to f! years old; b d head of cat'le; ti fat heifers; 3 cows; 1 Jersey bull; some nice stock hogs, about 20 head, sows and pigs; 0 stock ewes. The sale will be held at the Hanging Fork farm, 2) miles west of Hubble, rain or shine. Prospective buyers are invite J to look over these places, as they are bar- gains at this time. Tilford Alexander, Hedgeville, Ky. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. MAMMOTH 1 REGULAR MORNING TRAIN CAVE. SEPTEMBER, hr HE DRY FALL TRIP 22ND. From Lancaster And Way Stations Round trip Railroad Fare S5.G5. Board at hotel includinti the routes in the Cave 0.50. An auVexrense three days outing for $ 12.15. Write or phone L. & N. Agent for particulars. i 25c CASTORIA M.llmM.V For Infants and Children. Jefferson "School Law. DAKOTA JACK The Notthwettnn Coobojr rUWUtVJ ,Ul cn Hit C. C. & AT indigestion and tho distressed feeling which always coca with it can be promotly relieved by taking a bat that .There Is No .Question 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. J. E. Stormes and R. E. McRocerls. In oiomio opllRBS INDIAN Use For Ovr 30 Years Iratiakra-s-i taW belts) ns.illssvn.JsiB.1. MfUtM AeotoUcoBT(sAdlri IB liumiM, iwjif bip Uurtti. luitw will fttl. rerfKtvlCwtkloiiif aoJ to trtuist, writ TtwujJtrfrMa Signature of QUOIT rOWDAtXK, rJ7 Sct, mam LnuTuIt, Kr. before alter each meal. SSo.nboz. R. E. McRobirts ul PUBLIC HORF uuiiULiy A'MD Land Stock and Crop. n beginning at 9:30 a. ni;, at his late residence, one mile West of Lowell-othe 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; I nine year old horse mule; 1 five year old mare mule; 2 four year old iviwL-i--r 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 old buggy mare; 2 family 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. e corn planter, one steel land roller, one cutting har- e wagons, one buggy and harness, one hog row, two cultivators, two turning plows, one Superior wheat drill, 2 box. Twelve stands of bees, one hand Blue Grass srripper, one set wagon harness, four sets plow gear, one large kettle and furnace, about 150 barrels new corn in heap, 200 bales of mixed hay. Some household and kitchen furniture Including one Organ and old fashion corner cubbard. Many other things too numerous to mention. If not sold before, at the same time and place, we will offer the farm containing 249 acres, and known as the John R. Henderson farm, located one mile from Lowell on the L. & N. railroad, h of mile from Fonso and.from two to four miles of five good churches, and one and half mile of the Paint Lick Consolidated schools. This farm is well improved, having a residence of seven rooms, a large new stock barn, a five acre tobacco barn, all the necessary out buildings, a good cistern and splendid well. A tenant house on this farm of five rooms, good barn and all out buildings and good cistern. The best watered farm in Garrard county, with seven never 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 of sale. Phone 357-Lancaster Exchange, for further information, write or call on two-horstwo-horsone-fourtB Thursday, September 23rd, 1915 0ne DeerinS Binder, one Deering mowing machine, one FARM I NO IMP! FMFNTS W. A. St S. C. HENDERSON, ADMRS. Capt. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. - DINNER ON THE GROUND. For Route Sale:-T- 5 IFARMER'S COLUMN I dpace below Ibli neatfiur It tot trje eiclu-Ir- e Point Leavell Ky. me of our farmer aubcrlbera. aud if lor the tale of stock, giam and inch things on One petlgreed yearling and one grade farm at toe larmer cannot afford to adrer Also 15 llw. No notice w(ll ot accented orer lour Jersey bull for sale cheap. Itnei. and will beoulr lu wn U.ttea of tbe ynur:g ewes, and 100 bushels of seed rye. ot chart- aroan. free E. C. McWhorter.Paint Lick, Ky 200 bushels Mr. W. H. Brown has a good SouthStrayed from Camp a down buck he will sell worth the money. red bull, weight about 1200 pounds. R. C. Rose. B. W. Givens, Hubble. Ky.. has LOST;-Resteer, weight about 700 about 800 bushels of Winter seed oats for sale. lbs. I'aint on hip. J. C. Morgan, bushels potato onions. Clarence Gr?en, Paint Lick, for sale. of tint class seed barley Captain T. A. Elkin wants to take in Walton Moss. some cattle to graze on his farm. Plenty of grass and abundance of Hoth sizes. I'otatoe onions for sale, water. Ky. C. It Henry. Kirksville, Strayed from my place about Aug. Sweeney Moruan has 15 good 2(th7a yearling bay colt, small star in responsible parties. to loan to forehead and stocking legs. Anv information will be appreciated. Sale:-20bushels Seed Barley. H. F. Holtzcluw, Gilberts Creek, cC3 11. Mrs. C. A Robinson. 0 Mr. mules For Vh)ne best Breeding. J. II. Otter, Wanted a pair of second hand Fair Lancaster. Ky., R. R. No. 2 Strayed from my place about a week banks Scales. Hcltzclaw & Rich, ago, a black muley bull, weight about Gilberts Creek, Ky. Stock Wanted to graze on number 100 lbs. W. J. Holtzclaw. jor Sale: Three nice buck lambs, one grass. J. W. Miller, manager for .Gilberts Creek, Ky. see It. K. Conn, Lancaster or II. P. R. E. Hughes. Conn, Paint Lick; FOR SALE:-Th'rc- e weanling calves, seed wheat. For foti Sale: One Shorthorn bull, 1 will stand my champion Boar, ones, and 100 bushels of good good Denrjie Scott, Bryantsville, Jerry Uiggins, weight about KHi pounds. Fultz seed wheat. Phone Rilev I son, Marksbury Ky. "WADE HAMPTON" foint Lick. Ky. city has 40 Robi Henry Is shipping to the LanJ. I. Hamilton, of this at Paint Lick. Ky.. for SIXTY DAYS For Rent: For year 1U16, about young white face calves he wants to caster market this week four hundred 85 acres timothy, 4!i acres bluegrass, which he recently pursell. Fee G room house, good garden, all under and fifty sheep in This hog was fjrst in his class, tlrst Strayed to my place a steer weighing good fence. Fred J. Conn, Route No. 1 chased Arkansas. In the Herd ring and aerond in the about COO pounds. Owner can have Wanted. sweepstake at the Stanford Fair. of a FORSALE:.Aboutl25bush.-same by proving property and paying A six horse power gasolina engine. No 1, Seed Wheat of the Red Fultz II. G. McWhorser, pasture. R. J. WALKER, Paint Lick. Apply at this office. Variety. S.one Bros, Bourne, Ky. Paint Lick, Ky. 2. J. M. Cress has 12 nice Southdown bucks for sale. Phone him at Preachers ville. ForSak. Bull calf and yearling Jersey Bull, What a Woman Can Do. A aoman may not b abl to wrtta poetry, but aha helps to maka Ufa (rand, sonic every Urns aba can a bushel of cherries. Toledo lUad aet KY. RED BERKSHIRE A Bit of Poetry. Whatever your occupation may be. and however crowded your hours wttta affairs, don't fall to secure at least a few minutes every day for the refreshment or your tnaer Ufa wtlh a bit ot poetry. Prof. Charles Elliott Norton. , $1.50 First Patent for Plow. The first patent for a plow la said to have been obtained by Joseph In 130 Ills InventloaTwas closely follow oil by other plow makers, and he struck the same practical Idea that has two so elaborated la tha loll turning Instrument ot today. Kol-ja- HjiL 10 Cars 70, No. m Ml WMMMI 1 irj T'tJ''""TtT'fiT-faifrB- Timothy Hay i TU TTIr W Buy your Timothy, Blue Grass and Orchard Gi ass from us if you want to raise good hay. a aeaiMi ki m:a m run i Remember we handle Coal, HayFeed, Flour, Sweet Clover and can save youiOto 25 per cent on the dollar. We are in no Contest and can save you enough to buy all the tickets, on the streets you want. We want I your eggs and Poultry and will pay you. the highest market price. ; AND PHONE LANCASTER, KY.