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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 16, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915091601_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 16, 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. e THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIOWh, UN1ARNJSIIED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWXNTT SIXTH YEAH. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 16. 1915. Hand Us That $. Commercial Club Meets Tonight. NUMBklt 24. WANTED 5000 18c, DOZEN EGGS 11. LANCASTER CLUB WOMEN mmmmwmmmmmmmmvEsm Superior and Hoosier Fresh Eggs extrss candled Weare well equipped for furniSliigvgour.hom .with Thr W. C. T.U. Convention convenes at Howling Green Sept 17th to 22nd. l'Jc ll.Northcott. WILL SHOW PICTURES BY AMERICAN ' TO HONOR DANIEL BOONE' ARTISTS. The man who could run a newspaper D. A. R. Will UnrcilBowUtrNeit Monlb. to suit everybody went to heaven long Montgomery City. Mo. After nearly ago. 100 years a monument is to be erected daughter In her Kncourairo vour over the burial place of Daniel lioone, chosen vocation. It may be her life near Marthasvllle, Warren county, Plumbing, Heating and all class of tin work. $ Our work is fully guaran teed and satisfaction-asured. Give us a trial. 4' V, It Is planned to dedicate the marker CLUB WOMAN TO Tha man who evneft. to fret to heaV Oct. 29 at the close os a conference of n ought to pay his subscription for the Missouri Daughters which is to be SPEAR HERE. the local natier and not tempt the poor held In St. Louis. Mrs. James A. Leech, of Louisville, mortal of an editor to swear. Honesty will come to Lancaster the last week counts with St. t'cter. FEW LEFT IN SHAKERTOWN in September to speak on moonlight 1'lans for the largest and most powschools. She is popular with the club Only Four Remain In Wealthy Kentucky women thruout the state, having erful battleships ever built for the by American navy were signed Monday State president. We hope the womans Settlement. s& Secretary Daniels. The vessels will be club will help the illiteracy commission r'our elderly and infirm persons are in making provided with new safeguards against the occasion a success. the only occupants of the immensely torpedoes. valuable Shaker settlement, one of the An advertisement is to a merchant few remaining colonies of the sect, GRAND JURY COMPLIvery much what sowing seed Is to a near Harrodsburg. Sisters Christine farmer. It may take n little time for Johnson 81, and Martha Olson, 87, died MENTS UNCLE DAVE. the results p become apparent, but one day recently within the hour. Before the final adjourning ol the they are sure to come. The wise farShakertown, now so sparsely settled, mer is not niggardly with his seed, nor once was a flourishing town, with man- grand jury last week, they went to the the wise merchant with his ufactories and various business enter- jail in a body toinvestigate the sanitary! prises and controllng rich adjacent conditions there and found everything AND LET LIVE FOLKS. LIVE in such fine shape, that they were very The way the yard sticks rattled. farm lands. Even now the pioperty is valued at profuse with bouquets showered on hardware jingled and our merchants "Uncle Dave" and so reported to the nnd clerks moved around Saturday in millions. Recently a trustee was ap court. Thi3 compliment was richly pointed dicated a lively day for our business colonists. to manage the alTairs of the deserved for Lancaster has one of the men; and the people that thronged our best juilors in the state and we are thoroughfares were delighted in the proud of him. TELEPHONE SYSTEM bargains they had pocketed, and the general verdict is this is the place to To Be Thoroughly Orerhauled. AUSTRIAN AMBASS: trade. Mr. J. li. Cornn, manager of the Bastin Telephone Company is making ADOR RECALLED. BirtUBllrtiJtairtllt3ilrtilB3l.(J. PIE SUPPER. , riutiil WiW&rWmfcmnwUinmfiW extensive plans for the installation The recall by his Government of Dr. There will be a pie supper at the witein the next sixty days of the Ueechwood School Saturday night Sept. Metallic Double wire system on all Constantin Theodor Dumba, the Aut- Ambasador to the UniAll 18th. For benefit of new school house. phones contiolled by the company. wires within the city of Lancaster will ted States, has been requested by the Everybody invited to come. Residence Phone 33. Olllce Phone 18. DC be distributed by cable, with insulated American Government. By reason of IE 31 wires. This will do away with the in his admitted purpose to conspire to APPOINTED DELEGATE convenience of crossed wires, and the cripple the manufacture of munitions Gov. Jas. B. McCrearv has appointed double wi'e systen will i isure (rood of war and his employment of an American citizen as the secret bearer of the Mr. J. E. Ilobinson a delegate to the service for long distance calls. Mr. Cornn has been inspecting of official dispatches through the lines of Southern Commercial Congress, which Presi meets December 17th and 18th at fices throughout the state and getting an enemy of suggestions for best serving his patrons. dent Wilson directed the American Charleston S. C. It is estimated that the work will cost Ambassador at Vienna to inform the Foreign Minister $6000. Mr. Cornn is being assisted COMPANIONS ATTENTION by Mr. W. A. Jamieson, of Atlanta, an that Dr. Dumba was no longer accept We invite you to attend our Fall Opening able as an Ambassador, and to request The annual election of officers, Lan xpert telephone man. his recall. The dispatch to the Ameri will be held caster Chapter No. can Ambassador gives assurances to next Tuesday night, September 21st. STATE PRESS MEETING. All companions ar9 asked to be present. the Government that J. W. Sweeney, II. P. The Executive Committee of The the American Government regrets the OF DRY GOODS AND MILLINERY. Kentucky Press Association will meet necessity for this course, and sincerely In call session at Secretary's office at desires to continue on friendly relations PIE SUPPER. We are really to show you an line of the State Fair at Louisville next Fri with it. There will be a Pie Supper at Her day to fix the date of the Ladies Coats and Suits and a beautiful line of Children's ring's school house, Friday night, meeting for the State Editors, and to I Coats. Also the very latest Fabrics can be found in Ladies BIBLE SERVICES Jitney's will run transact other matters of importance to September 24th. ThtQtidlirUap Dress Goods. Our hats are the very newest models. We and a the Association. The Committee is from town every thirty minutes j At Presbyterian Church Draws Good have the greatest line of Fisk Hats for Ladies, Misses and good crowd is assured. Pies for every composed of the following editors; Col. Attendance. one and all good ones. Children. We will appreciate a call. Louisville II. J. McBrjde, Times; BnBnBnBBnBn! 'inaBBBBBBne Woodson May, Somerset Journal; B. i vvbbbbk A series of meetings began ut tbe F. Forgey, Ashland Independent, F. DOTY FARM NOT SOLD. M. Thompson, Georgetown Times; Presbyterian church last Sunday mornThe Alex Doty farm advertised for Curtis Alcock, JefTersonian: It. L. ing and will continue for two weeks. ' 3 Bsalw BBbBbEi Bv sale last Thursday failed to sell for Elkin, Lancaster The services are being conducted by Dr Record. K VBBKBBBBBgliBBBlBBMalHIf t y.rrM lack of bidders. This is one of the LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. meeting will be held A. H. Hibshman, of Lanark, Pa., who The best farm in the county and will pro- in Lexington this year and the time will is a very fluent and entertaining bably be sold soon. The stock and probably be during speaker. He will conduct Sunday Christmas week. II 31 1L 3E farming implements sold very low. boys The Hoard of Commerce of Lexington afternoon services for men and has promised the Kentucky Editors the only. He expressed a desire to speak very best time of their lives at the Mid- - at different times during his meetings YELLOW DOGS. Winter meeting, and all look forward here, to the members of the various lodges, he himself being and Odd Fel The Lancaster kennel of Yellow Dogs to the time with much pleasure. have held several interesting meetings low, Mason and Knights Of Pythias. during the last week and quite a num Arrangements have been made for him VIOLATIONS OF LAW. Save your money and triple your light. Enjoy the ber of new members have been added. to address the Odd Fellows next Wed Tho order here has grown rapidly and nesday night. home comforts and conveniences afforded by Many owners of aueomobiles in this now has a membership of nearly four The choir has been arranged in the city violate the law with impunity. A AT hundred. balcony of the church and the singing great many of tbam seem to be speed Buy them In the Blue Convenient Cartons, regular home size 75c. each will be one of tho features of this crazy add drive through the streets aa delightful meeting. Services are held SOME STALKS. They if they were on a speed-waevery night at 7:30 and every after twenty feet high was act as if pedestrians and others had no noon at 3 o'clock except on Saturday A hepip stalk by Jim House and rights upon our streets and they alone afternoon. The public is cordially In brought to this office had the right of way, A great number these meetings. vited to atti-nI! Is a record breaker so far as we know for height. Luther Raney, of Poor cut around the' corners and never give any warning of their approach. Some Ridge takes the rag off the bush with a e piano, rosewood FOR stalk of corn that measures fifteen and go speeding over streets at night with' case, in good condition. For further out lights, and very few automobiles To INSURE In a Leading ten Inches. call this office. It. pd. have rear lights, which the law pro. information vides for. Now, we are not knockers SUTTON and fault finders, but simply call tho VOTE FOR TOM BALLARD. Wood row, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam attention to the officers to tho flagrant and Marine. Such as the Springfield Fire For Sheriff uel Sutton, died at the home of his violations of the law governing motor CAPITAL. parents on Sunday. Deceased was two vehicles. To the voters of Garrard County;-I- t To-Nig- ht, years old. The funeral services were The noise made by these machines is generally known that the late held at the grave in- - the Lancaster near the churches during services is Curt A. Robinson was elected sheriff, cemetery by Rev. J. Kockwell Smith, nuisance and should be abated. Of of Garrard county by one of the largest From The Valley of The Missing. Five Reel The Record extends sympathy to this course no one does this purposely. Uut majorities ever given any man, and Fox Feature. Ricemor.d bereaved family in their hour of trouble. can't it be cut out that George T. Ballard Jr., was his chief deputy, George T. Ballard Sr., his father, being a partner with Mr. RETURNS TO GARRARD m SIC 'EM HARVEY. Robinson in the emoluments or fees of Mr. E. W. Perkins who has lived in When Gratitude is Love. Taming of Rita the office. If Mr. Ballard is elected Eighth Congressional District Nicholasville for the past few years Jungle Stockade. politics is showing considerable for the two years, yet remaining of the has sold his interests In that city and term, he is pledged, and juadv so, to will return to the county of his birth, activity and there promises to be no give the widow of Mr. Roofsfsfcn half he having recently purchased the John dearth to those willing to fall heir to It is the profits or fees of the office, which Woods farm In lower Garrard. This Is Congressman George G. Gilbert. certainly belong to her aa any prosplendid farm and was purchased regarded as a certainty that County as perty he left her. The truth Is, an of1 THE NEW GOVERNOR. the money, although the price Judge Ralph W. Gilbert, of Shelby worth county, will shy his castor in the ring fice is a most sacred property right, bewas private. FOX Special Five Peel Feature. highfor the Democratic nomination at tha ing bestowed by the people, the proper time. He Is a son of former est authority, and it would be the grosTHE JUDGE ENJOYED IT. Congressman George G. Gilbert, who sest Injustice to deprive the holders of It Is Quit a little merriment was created represented the Eighth district in Con such property of their rights. at the Roman's Opera House last Mon- gress three terms, and he has for some not believed that tbe votera of Garrard day night at the expense of Judge time had his eye on the sett onca held county will overlook the principles of Prather during the dancing act of soma by his father. Judge Gilbert fa well justice and equity In this race. If the Special Five Watch for Charlie Chaplin pretty girls. Judge Prather was per- known and prominently connected office belonged to Robinson and Ballard Reel Feature next TUESDAY NIGHT. S. K. in before Mr. Robinson's death, the refectly contented on the backseat of tha throughout the diitrlct,-- W. mainder of the term belongs to Ballard theater during the time the pictures Louisville Times. He will be on the street in afternoon, Attorney General James Garnett is and Mr. Robinson's widow. were being shown, but just as soon as If tba. votera will calmly consider beautiful young ladles appeared on tipped as a certain entry Into the Con, tha Talk to him. tbe stage In their dancing costume, the gressional ract In tba Eight District this, as a matter of right and justice, Is a popular fellow wha they will not recall or revoke what they Judge Immediately came forward and next year. Jim took a front seat It was a cue where makes frisndi wherever he gots and If hare done, and Tom Ballard will be distance did not lend anchantment to he enters the ract will b hard. to beat. elected by an overwhelming majority, Fair Play. Adv. I -E- llaabsthtown Nsws. the Judge. The Lancaster Womans Club will give an Illustrated lecture October the sixth. The pictures arc all from American artists and will illustrate the years work and give Hn insight into the work- It will be Daughters i work nothing else could. through the efforts of the highly instructive to not only club It Is to An ordinary woman's waiit is thirty of the American Revolution. nd In rt but inches around. An ordinary man's be made of a large red granite bowl- - WOmT I, How uci iuuiiu 1 lIII It' arm li about thirty Inchea long. .fallen luuiitj, muni Iloone selected as his last resting place, admirable are thy works, in, nature! WHEAT .... '" DRILLS Blizzard b-- cn FEED CUTTERS Conn Brothers. W. 0. RIGNEY Director and Haselden - Bros., Lancaster. Kentucky Funeral Embalmer. Kentucky. P1 Lancaster. G. M. LYON'S Austria-Hungar- aiie vVayto Better BUSY CASH STORE Austro-Hungari- tT Austro-Hungaria- n Saturday, September 18th. 3 iiiHiiHi iBKi G. M LYONS. 1L IE Program for Week ROMANS NATIONAL, MAZDA LAMP. R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. I SALE;-Squar- American Company 3,000,000,00 1 S OPERA HOUSE Thursday. THOMAS & ELK1IN, Agents. Cllmax-Mtdisonia- Friday Night. FOR RENT Dem-crat- ter. Two tobacco barns.one stock barn and good residence. Cash rent. '16. Tobacco, hemp, corn, meadow, wheat and grazing land. The best stock wa- 3b acre farm for rent for Saturday Night. Parker & Freeman, la Vaudeville. A.H.Bastin&Son Admission 5 and 10 Cents. Page2 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 16 1915. CLOSING OUT SALE To Quit THIS IS NO Business. FAKE An Absolute, Fact. FOR SALE WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY. Everything in our enormous stock of farming implements, Buggies, Wagons, Hardware and General Merchandise will be offered to the public at prices heretofore unheard of. . We do not intend to give this stock away, but we will almost sacrifice it aslhese goods must, and will be sold. Sale begins, SATURDAY, SEPT 18th, 1915 - H .. Ii Our stock is one of the most complete in Central Kentucky and on account of its enormous size and quality. We take this means of disposing of it so as to give to those who have been our customers and friends during the past few years, the benefits to which they are justly entitled. We also wish to sell our business property consisting of Storeroom, Warehouse, Scales, concerning same. Below we quote j ust a Mills, ect. We will be glad to. talk to any prospective-purchasefew of the many bargains, but remember everything in our stock is marked down to sell and must go. d SHOES S398 Mens S5.00 Shoes now Mens 1.00 shoesnow Mens 3.00 shoes now 2.49 Ladies 3.00 shoes now 7 .98 Ladies 2.50 shoes now 1.48 Ladies 2.00 shoes npw This little square tells you about the Corn Meal which wa grind. It is the bsst and remember thai Bread is the Staff of Life. Made by W. H. Boner. 3.-11 BLANKETS. We have the best and biggest lot of Blankets, Outings, Cot'ons and Dry Goods cf all Kinds that we have just purchased that we will sell at a price that will save you from 20 to 25 per cent. OVERCOATS AND CLOAKS. Mens overcoats and rnin coats of nil styles and colors as well as some nice Indies cloaks will be cut In price to core and then some. HATS BUGGIES. rubber tired and of the best grade throughout, with a written guarantee on every one which we will sell at factory prices. One S90. runabout which we will offer at the low sum of 5G5. It is a beauty, it will pay you to see it. To see it is to want it. Come early and pick your choice. One lot of full Leather Top Buggies, Genuine Stetson lints nil sizes, styles ami colors, go at $3,18. Lot of $ 2 5" hats go at Jl 98 Lot of -' 00 hats go at ' l 18 Lot of 1 50 lints go at 98 JUST ARRIVED. the best Salt in 7 bushel barrels will be offered at $1.98. Get it now and have it ready for your meat this Fall. A Carload of Brooms whicli we have just purchased on account of the advance in broom corn, will be sold at 19c enrh. You had better lay in a lot of thent for they will soon be worth 50c, Any customer buying any amount over $50. during this great sale we will deliver same free of charge. . A CARLOAD of CAPS AND GLOVES. A big lot of Boys mid mens caps which hnve just arrived for the fall trnde. also n lot of nice g!oes ,all kinds which we will offer at price that u ill make jou feel like they were given to you. Prices cut deep as jour hands will not go bare. CLOTHING. Mens Mens Mens Mens 3 17 15 12 10 50 00 5 00 Splits now.. . . S12 48-1- 0 Suits now. Suits now Suits now. 48 8 75 (198 TARPAULINS OR WAGON SHEETS l'-'xlS BOYS SUITS. A nice lot of Boys Suits and Overcoats shotty goods, go at Manufactured cost. PANTS, no .10i pair of odd pants all sizes that go at prlceslhat will cause you to wonder. Also some odd Coats that we will almost give awnv. price $ 14x20 price 10x20 price 7 50 now 10 00 now 12 50 now . ... i:QH 0 98 0 os and n lot of Bargains in grain scoops, coal buckets, com knifes other small hardware to numerous to mention Doors open AFFIDAVIT. State Of Kentucky, Garrard, Co.. A. T, Scott member of the firm of Becker, Ballard & Scott being duty sworn states on oath that this sale Is a bonifide sale and that they are going out of business. J: C. Williams, Notary Public. AFFADAVIT 1915 State of Kentucky, Garrard County. J. I logon Ballard, member of the firm of Becker. Ballard and Scott, being duly sworn, states on oath that this sale is bonillde sule and thnt they are positively going out of business. J C. Williams. Notary Public. 11 PROMPTLY 7:30 A.M. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18th. This Sale will put Bryantsville on the map and startle the merchants as well as the people of good old Garrard, so dont miss it. the first Lady. Terms strictly Cash or for produce, We will give a Stetson Hat to the first man buying $10.00 worth out of the Doors open at 7:30. store and $3.00 pair of Shoes to BECKER. BALLARD & SCOTT BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Thursday Sept DYER, TENN., MAN SUFFERED 40 YEARS . RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOg 16, 1915 Page 3 DAIRY WISDOM. J. J, T. Cattleman Finds Hope Fulfilled After Passing Threescore Years. Courses leading to Klementary, Intermediate and l.lfo Htate Certificates. Valid In nil I'ulille Schools of Km-lurhpeclal Courses and Ilevlew Courin. Tuition Free to ANilntrr, Two filrnilld dormitories, new lucxlfl school, tif n-- manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a veil equipped Domestic rlclence. First Term ljclm gymnasium. Hepttmhrr 7, Hecond Term November 11. Third Trrra January tt. Fourth Term April S, Hummer School opens June 11, Catalogue Free, j, . cntlllW, VtrtUmU PUBLIC AUCTION -- ON. 20TH. Joyed ono whole. irood dav. "I would not glvo tho ono bottlo you sent me for all tho drugs and doctors' medicine that Is made." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per manent results ror ctomacn, liver and Intestinal ailments. Eat as much and h&tlrfr VOtt lllrfi Vn mnrn titr... after eating, pressure of gas In tho aiomacn anu arouna tne noart. uetono bottle of your druggist now and try It on an aosoiuio guarantee 11 not satis factory money will be returned. f'a.llnmin r. t TWn TV.... autre red from stomach derangements for forty yenrs, taking all sorts of medicine, tallowing all kinds of medical advice. In all tho forty years, ho said, lie never had a real eood day until he tried Mayr's Wonderful Hemcdy. Then no aucnvercu sometmng. Let bis letter tell about It: "The first dose of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy caused gall stones to pass from me. I am feeling much better man i nave ever ociorc. I am 61 years old and I bad never Bcforo cn T T PublicSale OF Jacks FALL VERSUS N D ON Jennets SPRING OF COWS FRESHENING Wednesday ,Sept. 22 On account of 111 AUGUST CROP REPORT MONDAY, I SEPTEMBER Nicholasvillc, Ky. 10,1 M. Issued September 10, 1915. bet bidder, the Kink This buildliiK is In excellent condition and ivill lie u bargain for nyone wl'hlnt: tu conduct a garage or nnv kind of a place of amusement. Size of building I'M fret by fill. Also at the name timeand place IjWlll olfer for jiale one li b. p. ;Fairhank gasoline engine. loO.volt dynamo complete cxrctric light plar.t. will direr Hi public auction, to the highest anil building, on I)rHt street, ALSO 30 OR 40 SECOND-HAN- .AUTOMOBILES 1!M2 over-siz- of all makes. Including one 1910 Ituick ro.iester. remodeledjn learings, electric aide mid tnil lights, acelyline headlights, .11x1; with alljnew e .tires -- two new tires. V NOTICK Anyone wishing to enter an automobile for auction see (!. l.j re. Automobiles must h on hand by U a, tn. on day .of sale. Rerm on building-one-th- ird cash, baladce in eijual payment of 1, 2 and 3 years with ti'per cent interest. Kull xMssioncsnMe given November or J ami try 1. 'rjl'TI 1 Terms on HUtomohilrs-CAS- H. For further information see eitlwr of the undersigned. J. II. G. W. LYNE, BONER. Camp Nelson, Auctioneer. J(y. (UtCASIXIilt I.V.S'J. I ( f J 6e CO-OPE- R Citizens National Bank OF I.ANt'ASTKR. KY. Capital $50,00b. II. F. HUDSON. V. (). I'.IRNEV. Surplus $45,000. -. President. Ass't Cash'r W. J. WAI.KF.lt. JoeJ. Walkek. Jll., F. CHAMP. Cashier. our success. Vice I'rest. I ATION n operation as necessary factor is the very backbone of every We regard your co- successful business. in I I We hope you speak a good word for us if we give you good service. If you find our service lacking in any respect, you will confer a favor upon us by telling US. It is our business and our pleasure to itn- prove our system wherever we tlnd a weak spot. i J MNGLL Avoid the fire risk bv using this fireproof, stormproof, and durable rooling. Last as long as the building and never need repairs, ! at M A M M WJ Safety first For Salt by Local Contractors or Cortrigh! Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd St., Philadelphia. and turned to pasture. The calf, as a rule, will receive better care In the winter, because there is not the Insistent pressure of crop work that demands llrst attention. Taken nil In nil the fall calf will lie larger nud more vigorous when It Is n year old than n spring or summer calf. trees breaking under their heavy load) We consider fall fieshening fciiperlor as a result of the storms have been, for the following reaaous. tnilll.t I .fl'u .tm.. id .1. tin., t.'.il linn.... rirt. The cow will produce more are given a condition of HI per cent, milk. There Is an old saying that a cattle 15, sheep 13 and hogsUJ. Cholera cow fn-- li In the fall I" twice fresh lu that Is If she has been exists at several points in the state. the and black leg at u few. Poultry is properly cared for she comes to n full It born, will sulrerin as a result of the continued ' tlow of milk when the calf well during tlou fnlrl) wet weather. There is not more than maintain this the w Inter and when put to pasture H per cent of a turkey crop. lucreai-her production, to Kentuckians have never known a' will uenrly the amount first given, going season that illustrates thu value of the dry when Hies beeniuu troublesome, silo more than the presentone. Kvrtutho weather warm mid pasture short. nate indeed is the farm, who is able to! Second. The raw will make her his uncured alfalfa or clover in a largest production during the iiorlod of put silo during these rains, or who will be blKb prkes for butter f.it. Of couro able to take care of his corn after It la , feed costs may be somewhat higher, Many farmers but not enough, in a rule, to offset this down to the ground. reiort that tne silo Is tnu uilvallon of advantage. most farms the heaviest Third. On their crops this year. As predicted in lalwr comes lu the hummer, und havthe last crop rejiort, the indications are ing the cows milking heaviest lu the that the farmers will not have a record full and winter mouths helps to equalbreaking ear in any line, but wlllhavu j ize lalnir during the year. a large supply of forage crops for the 1'ourth. 1'all calves do liest. Spring freshening may be of advanwinter with n reasonably good corn and tobacco crop. With pastures furnish- tage where It Is desired to have a ing feed in abundance for the fall, the steady tlow or milk throughout the live stock should go into the winter in jear In order to supply market milk. where Taken It may also be of advantage had at a healthy, spin. did condition. pastures a iv good and can be as a whole the prospects for the yeur relatively low cost. are above the average. J. W. NEWMAN. Valus of Good Dairy Dlood. Commissioner of Agriculture The probabilities are that not to 5 per cent of all the eons In nuy one state nro pure lu breeding. sn)s the Kansas I'uruier. We be.ir u givat deal ntMHit these pure brisl cows Urunso they n iv the results of the ability of men highly trained along ililry bived-lulines. The, grade cow Is tho cow that Is producing the bulk of the dairy Mrs. Waller Vincent, gA products, but this gnulo cow could uot exist and become better each year If It ot 1'leasant Hill, N. C, (Ni tho constant Infusions of were SfJ writes: I 'Tor three sum- - "Jij blood not for herds of pure breeding. from the sullered from Vr mers, nervousness, dreadful I '5) J Rye For Sllag. V( ruins in my twclc and Itye should be cut for kll.igo w hen In sides, and weak sinking (5)1 blossom und the most advanced heads spells. Three bottles ot are lu the dough stage. As thu grain VTJ Cardul, the woman's p3 begins to ripen and get hanl the stems 52 tonic, relieved me entire- get hollow, and It Is very dullcult to ly. I leel like another ntuko a good grado of silage under ) person, now." When put Into the these conditions. to silo It should bo rut Into TAKE cme half Inch length. If dry It should lie. wet lu order to help ack the sll.igo. I The crop season for 1115 is fast draw ing to a close and the conditions have been throughout very unusual. There have teen more rainy days and cold. damp, soggy, weather than any season of which this Department has a record. Crops have been damaged from the excessive moisture and by windstorms. The two largest money crops in Ken tucky are corn and tobacco. Hoth of these have grown without the proper cu'tivation, and in general have been damaged by rain and wind, and no one can accurately predict Just what the linal yields and quality of either of these crops will he. The reports to this ollice show the condition of corn to be 112 per cent. which is above the average. Many ie- ports, however, state that much of the corn will be damaged when the harvesting time comes as the result of being so badly blown. The Hurley tobecco condition is given at 78.5 per cent, that of Dark tobacco at hi. Tobacco is being rapidly housed, and warm clear weather is needed for properly curing it in the barns. The hemp crop is greatly improved and the condition is given at Ul r cent. Very large crops of cow peas and soy beans have been plantrd, and their condition is given at s' and respectively. Garden conditions remain good ut I'J. Pastures are in splendid condition, llluegrass is given a condition ot y. per cent, clover ulfalfa 11 and 'orchard grass Piuit is only in fair condition, apples per cent, gra us 81, pears 71 and peaches 71. Much complaint of fruit It Is the practice nmong good dairymen to carry cows three or four month over the regular lactation period when it Is desired to change their time of freshening, says Hoard's Dairyman. There will bo n slight sbrlnkago In the dally milk flow, and thorn Is some danger that tho cow may not breed as readily as If bred shortly after freshen ing. A cnlf born during the fall months 'will do better, ns a rule, than lliotu born at other times of the year. The fall born calf can be kept growln? through the winter, and when grass comes In the spring It can be weaned Beginning at 9;30 a. m. health, I will sell at public auction, my entire herd of JACKS AND JENNETS REGISTERED consisting of about twenty-fiv- e head. Sale will be held at my farm at Hubble, Ky, rain or shine. This herd contains some of the finest jack stock in Kentucky and willbe sold without reserve or Prospective purchasers are invited to come to my farm and inspect any of the stock desired. Dinner will be served on the grounds. by-bid. CAPT. T. D. ENGLISH, Auctioneer. For further information, call on R. L. Hubble, Stanford. The one Kriat feature In which Ilolvteln cowa excel Is tho production ot milk. This capacity for production In rom Individuals of that breed has been phenomenal ami noulil. Indeed, be almost uere It not for undisputed OIHclal tests. Good IlollUIn cons, properly fed and cared for, should each tho forty to fifty jiounds of milk !er day or from t.UO to 10,00 pounds In their milk-lni- ; ear. Of cours some HolstcltJi The cow Rive a great deal more. shown Is a Itoliteln. L. G. Hubble, HUBBLE, KY SCHOOL NOTES. . t. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GARItAHO CIRCUIT COUKT HY WILL MCE AMON. Misses Mary Clay Williams and Florence Johnson were visitors at ourschool Monday. STOP AT OUR I in xy Nervous? yr i Cardui J, Ttie Woman's Tonic JjJ For over 50 years, MAMMOTH 1 HE DRY FALL REGULAR MORNING CAVE. TRIP SEPTEMBER. 22ND. yi .t TRAIN 9 Ml By VU From Lancaster And Way Stations Round trip Railroad Fore ?5.G5. Board at hotel including the routes In the Cave ?0.50. An three dojs outing for $12.15. Write or phone L.&. N. Agent for particulars. Cardul has been helping to relieve womenV un- necessary pains and building weak women up to health and strength. It will do the same for you, II given a fair trial. So, don't wait, but begin taking Cardul todays for Its use cannot harm you, f I, j Willis Myers" Executor, et al, liobinson Ook, Glass Carrier and I Plaintiffs, Bert Embry visited our schocl Wed VS nesday morning. Henrv JeHerson, et al, Defendants. Mrs. W. K. Todd's class of Express Pursuant to a judgment rendred at ion, now numbers about nine pupils the June Extended 'lerm, September 7, 1U15, the undersigned Commissioner with prospects of many more. will sell at public auction, before the Miss I'atsy Anderson of the class Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., at ng-.ilof '11. visited the school Tuesday 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts, on ' morning before going to enter formal MONDAY. SEITEMHEH. 27, 1916. School. it being the first day of the Garrard -' Kev. S. II. I'ollitt visited the school County Court Term the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and describWednesday morning and conducted the ed as follows: also gave a devotional exercises. He Located in Garrard County, Kentucky on the waters of White Oak Creek anil helpful talk. bounded as follows: Beginning at elm Glass Carrier, l'aul and Milton Elliott stump, corner to Engleman, "of color; all of the class of '15, left Monday for thence N 70J W 12.G poles to a locust Itobinson corner to same; thence S 17J W31 poles Transylvania University. to a stake in the middle of Cock, Harry Haney and Itert Lmbry thence with the middle of sameturnpike; N 45 W left Friday for Millertburg Military m poles; thence N 34 W 55 poles to a stake in the middle of said turnpike Institute. road, corner to Lane and thence S Ml E "The Elopement of Ellen" a home 59 poles to a stake; thence S 200 W IS talent play, given at the School Audi- poles to a small locust stumn and cedar torium, Friday evening was ijuite aj stump bvans corner; thence S hy( E 34 play and poles to a stake, corner to A. King's; success. It was a high-clas- s thence S 1J E 31.10 iioles to tne beginThe ning, containing 21 acres. all the parts were well played. There is recitations and singing between tie however to be deducted from said boundary and not sold herein the folacts were especially good. lowing two tracts: 1st Tract: Heing that tract of land Oti, the autumn time is pleasant. willed to Quiulin Jefferson by said When the leaves begin to fall, Willis Myers and describd as follows: Hut the doggone )iolitician. Beginning at a point in the center of Hutting in,' will fpo.il it all. the Iluena Vista turnpike road and on a line with the division fence of C. C. Glass and Willis Myers tract; thence with said fence row S 851 E f!.50 chains RAISING. CLOVER to a stake; thence S 17 W 7 chains to Everything is the best in Kentucky the center of the aforesaid pike; thence with center of pike N 31$ W8.50 chains according to the late Judge Mulligan, to the beginning, containing 2 acres but there are some things that we do and one rood. njt excel in, among them is that 2nd. Tract: Ueing that tract of land soil builder, crimson clover. Fx- - willed to Mayme Jetrerson by said Willis Myers cept in Christian county, where G. F. Beginning in and described as follows; tht center of the Iluena Morgan introduced it, and Warren Vista turnpike road near the Northit-- no, where Morgan Hughes is behind west corner of Willis Myers yard fence; before it this state grows very little thence with center of suid pike N 33 W of this crop. Crimson clover is great as 5 33 chains to a stake in center of said leaving said pike N 17 a It makes a splendid turnpike thence stake in C. C. Glass E 7 chains to a winter cover crop, line pasture, im- line; thence with said line S 85J E 0 parts much nitrogen to the soil and lots chains to a stake; thence S 25 W 11.75 chains to the beginning cn.l containing of humus to turn under if it is not cut 4 acres, 3 roods and 31 poles. for hay. Where this clover is grown Tho part to be sold containing about need to 14 acres more or less, for plowing under there is no title to which purchase nitrogen for u succeeding crop. said joint owners got by the will ot It is one of the best of our catch crops Willis Myers, dated June 10, 1913, and Foot and Mouth Disease Costly, a Altogether mure t'" and supurb for winter covering of the recorded in Will Hook Z. page 422, Is-c-u killed U'CHUse of foot land. Why it is not grown more exten- Garrard County Clerk's ollice. have . The purpose of said sale is to pay the Tho loss Is be- sively is a problem ond mouth epidemic. perhaps our farm- debts against the estate and settling tween f3,KJO,000 and ?ll,0UO.0iJ. This ers, do not know its value. It can be the estate, and dividing tho proceeds expeuse has been shared by the federal any soil during August among the devisees of the said Willis and the several state guternmeuts. sowed on almost Myers, deceased. Tho disease Is now virtually wiped out, and is well fitted to sow In cornlields. TERMS. FV although sporadic cases of tho disease) Kentucky Farmer. ( The sale will be made on u credit of may be eipectod. six months and the purchaser will be dtit Cnambcrlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr- required to execute bond with approved Vs) security for the purchase price, due in hoea Remedy. six months bearing interest at the rate JM of six per cent from date until paid, advised the 'toys' when they en- having the force and'efTect of a judg"I Us People Say listed for the Spanish war to take ment upon which execution may issue, ."I cannot cat this or that food, It does Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr- payable to W, II. Drown, Master Comnot agree with me.". Our ndvico to hoea Itemedy with them, and have re missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, Ijk all of them is to talco a and a lien will be reserved upon the ceived many thanks for the advice property sold until all the purchase given," writes J. II. Iloughlar.d, Eldon money Is paid. W. II. BROWN. M. C. (I. C. C. Iowa. "No person whether traveling before and after each mwl. 25c a bos. or at home should be without this great II. C. KautTman, Atty for I'lir. Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. remeOy." For tale by all dealers. R. E. McBobsrti GARAGE When in Danville Good Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Complete line of Tires. Everything in Automobile Accessories. Prestollte Service. MITCHELL & SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 124. Danville, Ky. Jefferson "School Ul ltK grr oprum i, a. I no lYtrtiarea for bai aiiidtrm.Jan 9.ftar atlaUtt. AvctmiiurtiuiiUrf libnrim, Hetf hrlu Hurmu. Tuiti COMPLKTK Law. TWO YEAH eilr iMtyll. orluottoa LftnlsMfii litll ft tbwiuuJarrarMi7tofiuic writ ELLIOTT rEfiXEBAKER. Sect. Letunillt. Kt. i I lii.isT t n4 1 rS 'da I) INDIANA SILO PAPEC COTTERS Monitor nnd Associated Gasoline Engines. Wheeling Lime Grinders. All sold on easy terms. W. P. KINCAID, Phcne 1W. DIST. AGT. STANFORD. KY j Old and Woven Into Carpets Dyed at a savins' of half tht cost of or. uinuy rust, lit improve msthoOs which Itowut.iclu.lvtlv.th.OI.on us Company. ol Chicago. mik. uvauiuui nigs tutuiy uu ftrtnt and far sutxrior tu any othtr ruj wuvta (root 1 carpsts. You Choomo the Colon Tat ma show VOU lha ninv bautlf ut naff.ma from which roa can salact. Writ tnt apoaul ut UlyUuu w, iuul 1 wUluJl vriLa aaiuplsa. MISS FANNIE J. BISHOP, You Dan HavoVour To mm New Rugs , tfotaSiL yeas Lancaster, Kentucky, Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 16, 1915. Fall Styles Ready For Inspection LATEST CREATIONS ON EXHIBIT Saturday, September 18th, 1915 Iff TheCentral Record INCORPORATED. Ladies Fine Tailored Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists and Furs. Our Dress Goods Department is Brimming Full of the New Stylish Material for Your Fall Gown.. You are most cordially invited. J. E. FINDS NO REMEDY EQUAL TO TANLAC. William H. Howard Sajs He Tried Every announced thing Else Without Help. Louisville. Ky.f Sept. II. Howard, who lives at 225 West Jefferson street, here, and is widely known as an advertising man, is one of those who declares he has been greatly benefited by Tanlac, the premier preparation. "For a long time." he said recently. "I suffered from a catarrhal affection of the stomach, and I never have found anything which did me so much good as Tanlac. I had used pretty nearly everything before my friends recom mended Teniae to me. It helped me almost at once, and I am glad to offer public testimony to Its value." Chronic catarrh, which affects the mucus membranes, is one of the most prevalent and distressing maladies known. The trouble is almost univer sal. Offensive breath, coughing, ner vousness, sneezing, headaches, poor digestion, loss of appetite, unsound sleep and susceptibility to colds are among the results from the malady. Tanlac has proved of special value in the treatment of catarrhal troubles. Hundreds have testified to the good it has done them. It is now being sold in Lancaster at R. E. McRoberts drug store and in Bryantsville at Becker, Ballard & Scott. 15th.-William DICKERSON. JUDGE WALKER ! VlIbblNERy. Invades Enemj's Country. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. J. R.L Entered E. ROBINSON. Editor. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. t the I'oit Office In Uncattrr, Kj Mill Mtltcr. i Becond-Cln- i Member Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League, Lancaster, Ky., September 16, 1915 The Republican headquarters have their speaking dates for September and Juege Lewis L. Walker has been sent to Western Kentucky to speak in behalf of the ticket and for his election to the Lieut. Governor ship. He opened his campaign at Glngow yesterday, and will speak every day until the close of the cam paign. Judge Walker will speak at Henderson, Mr. Stanley's home town Sept. 20th. the Central Record I will publish some statements made by some people who suffered and were cured by my Remedies, and you can readily see why my sales are increaaing from day to diy. I feel that I should do something for my friends, relatives and neighbors in Garrard county, so each week read what my medicine has done for others. It may suit jour case and may be worth hundreds of dollars to jou for good health certainly is better than money Fhhh SdturddvJ, Will have my opening of Fall Styles, Sept. 18th. Embodying Fashions Latest Dictatis in Ladles p ( LUCIEN GRANT APPOINTED TO ANNAPOLIS. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Otfijes ...$ 5.00 10.00 "or County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, that Word was received here Thursday Lucien N. Grant, who passed his per line 10 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Governor, A. O. STANLEY. For Lieutenant-Governo- JAMES D. BLACK. For Secretary of State, BARKSDALE HAMLETT. For Attorney-Genera- l, M. 11. LOGAN, For Auditor, R. L. GREEN. For State Treasurer. SHERMAN GOODPASTER. Eor Clerk of Court of Appeals, R. W. KEENON. For Supt of Public Induction, V. O. GILBERT. For Commissioner of Agriculture, MAT S. COHEN. For Circuit Judge, CHARLES A. HARDIN. For Commonwealth's Attorney. EMMET PURYEAR. For Circuit Clerk, W. B. MASON. For Sheriff, G. T. BALLARD. Jr. For Representative, H. 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 Auguit 1917. We are authorized to announce Joe S. llaselden, of this city. Republican candidate, for Representative at Nov- ember election 1915. We are authorized to announce Joe A. Burnside, candidate on Republican ticket, for Circuit Court Clerk, at November election 1915. I. 0. 0. F. SERVICES. a Dr. Hibshman who is conducting aerie) of meetings at the Presbyterian churce, will address a special sermon to the Odd Fellows on next Wednesday evening. The services will be held at the church at 7:30 P. M The members of the local lodge of Odd Fellows will feather at their hall and proceed to the church in a body. All members of the order, together with their families are urgently requested to attend this service. are troubled with heartburn, gates an) If Yoii j I a distressed A-v- JJ. feeling.af ter eating take Dyspepsia a, ( Tablet; , before and after each meal and.you w31. obtain prompt relief. Sold ocJy.by UfcSiayj R, E. McRoberU mental examinations for the Naval JACK J PURSLEY Academy with honors a few weeks ago, (DAKOTA JACK) had failed to pass the physical exami nations on account of two bad teeth. Friends here at once got in communica The Only White Man In The United States tion with Senator James and the mat Advertising and Selling Indian ter was straightened out with the Remedies. Surgeon General. Lucien's many friends here congratulate him on his Lancaster. Ky, Sept. 10, 1915. success, and that he will make a goodf record in his chosen profession- - goes To My Friends in Garrard County. For the past three years I have been without saying. The following is from the Courier advertising and selling my Indian Remedies in the southern states and I have Journal: "Two molar tseth proved stumbling made a big success. Seven years ago I sold my first medicine, after coming blocks to Lucien N. Grant, of Lancas ter, when he sought admission to the to Kentucky in Lancaster. I was then United States Naval Academy, until a stranger to everybody here, and every Senator James used his good offices and body strange to me. nnd no doubt at HARMONY THAT obtained the coveted appointment for that time my remedies were branded by some people as a fake. But I am the Kentickian. Several weeks ago Mr. Grant passed proud tu say my business not only in MEANS SUCCESS. successfully the mental examination Garrard and adjoining counties, but all There is nothing that could be more for admission to Annapolis, but when over Kentucky has grown from nothing encouraging to Democrats than the the naval surgeons looked him over to a big business, and today I ship spirit of harmony that is spreading they found "his physical fitness was my remedies all over the United States) through their ranks. By the first of impaired" by the loss of two necessary ily success in Georgia, Alabama, November there will be universal peace molars. They reported that his phy Mississippi, Tennessee and Florida has among the brethren. That wiM mean sical condition was not up to the mark been a success and i continuing to an Democratic majority. and for a time it looked like the candi grow. I have now started to advertise uwensDoro inquirer. date would not receive the appointment and work Virginia, starting in at liris tol, where I had a big sale, in fact, one to be midshipman. I made come SARAH BERNHARDT MAY Mr. Grant, as a last resort, appealed of my banner towns. to Senator James, who took the matter miraculous cures in Bristol with my BE FORCED OFF STAGE. up with the Surgeon General of the Remedy, Pursley's Indian Herbs, that y Navy. Secretary Daniels an almost looked impossible, and' it made Sarah Bernhardt, the world's great nounced the appointment of the Ken- some of the best and leading physicians est actress, probably never will appear stop and take notice and one prominent tuckian. upon the stage again. Mr. Grant will matriculate tomorrow Doctor said to me, "You have us all After a single performance in Paris man or "voungster" beat". People for miles all over the as a fourth-clas- s for the movies, she discovered she was in the vernacular of the Naval Aca- ceuntry called at Turner's Drug Store to use her new artificial leg unable in Bristol to see me and seldom ever demyat Annapolis." well enough to walk. left without buying my medicine. This She has canceled her American en great agitation was caused by some gagement and returned to Bordeaux. DEMOCRATS OPEN CAMPAIGN wonderful cures of Rheumatism. Stomach and Kidney troubles madr on prom, At Glasgow September 20th. inent and well known people of Bristol ALFALFA KING IS DEAD The people The Democratic campaign will be and surrounding county. HAD BEEN U. S. AGENT. opened at Glasgow on Monday, Septem- of Garrard county now know me and ber 20, according to a decision reached they all know my remedies and the Mariod, O.. Sept. E. Saturday by the State Campaign Com- more they know them the better they Wing, 54, of Mechanicsburg, died at mittee at a conference with the nomi- sell. Just think steady for a minute the C. S. Sawyer Sanitarium here last nees at the Gait House. and see how many new medicines have night of pellegru. A, O. Stanley, candidate for Gover sprung up and been advertised in LanWing was the special agent of the nor, and Judge James D. Black, can caster in the last seven years, and see United States in all its investigation didate for Lieutenant Governor, will how quick they have all died awy. thru South America and was the be the principal speakers. And my Remedies are still living and 'alfalfa king", of the country. In Today I All of the Democratic candidates more alive today than ever. view of his extensive agricultrral inthe exception of Matt S. Cohen, counted six new remedies that has vestigations, Wing had been entertain- with nominee for Commissioner of Agricul sprung up here In the last seven years ed by many cf the leaders of Europe. ture, were present at the meeting. and today the druggists will tell you He came back from South America a over which Judge S. W. Hager, chair they never have a call for them. But year ago suffering from pellagra. He man of the campaign committee, pre- Pursleys Indian Remedies are like He is came here seven weeks ago. sided. Each of those present made a sugar and coffee, they all have a steady widow. survived by his not only here but all over Mr. Wing will be remembered here, speech, declaring without exception sale on th;m, Monday at Stanford where he addressed to farmers Institute that harmony and enthusiasm had been the country. Lait found to be in evidence wherever he court day, I heard a good citizen from on the subject of alfalfa. had visited. Garrard county nay to a friend of his, you buy that medicine, if it Uont do Mr. Stanley attended the sessioa after having spent a strenuous day, the work I will pay for it". The man making one speech in the afternoon at bought it. The gentleman who was To Be Organized. Latonia to Democrats of Kenton and talking didn't know I heard him. Late Bascom Ford Is at the head of a move Campbell counties and another in the in the evening I spoke to him about what I heard him say, he says "1 caus ment to secure a Company of The evening at Phoenix Hill Park. Judge Hager announced that the ed three men to buy your Remedies toNational Guards for Lancaster. Already forty seven names have been enrolled Glasgow meeting would be held In con day that I knew needed them, I have tried it and I know what It will do." and as soon as a few more are secured nection with a barbecue and the final steps for the organization of jollification, during which all of the No doubt the man I am speaking of the company will be taken up with the local candidates would make talks. will read this and know who I am talk Adjutant General of the War Depart- Alter September 25, he said, meetings ing about, and again I thank him. My territory . large, no one owns a ment. No better movement could be would be held in some part of the State organized In Lancaster. It is some- every day up to the time of the elect-Io- n dollar in this business except myself in November. thing which will help the individual and I have the whole world to work in. members, help the town, and especially Save for the assignment of duties to I would like to stay in Lancaster more at this time when every step toward a the various candidates and a general than I do but its impossible, - 1 will larger army will help In National pre- discussion of plans, no further business leave in a very few days for Roanoke, paration, it is something in which every of Importance was transacted by the Virginia, where I will be for some time patriotic citizen should Let committee. Judge Hager said that the from there to Richmond Va., and the street corner loafers who wail about other speaking dates would bt decided so on until I worK the whole state. America being unprepared lend a htld upon and announced later, Now for a few weeks, every Issue of To-da- going to do something for Garrard county people I never do for anyone else. I am going to do this as a donation to people who have used my medicine and people who have not. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment is a wonder for all pain and deafness, rheumatism, neuralgia, headache, toothache, sprains, burns, bruises, or any kind of sorenesi. Its thquickest and greatest relief known anu there are plenty of people who will never be without it in their houseagain after once trying it. FREE FREE For a few weeks to every one who purchases a 45 Days Treatment of Pursley's Indian Herbs for $1.00 at ci J. E. Stormes Drug Store, R. E. McRoberts & Son's Drug Store Lancaster, Ky. or Boone Sanders Geneial store, Hubble. They will give you FREE of charge, a Bottle of COW BO' LINIMENT, This is not thinking or trying to make it appear that you dont get your money's worth when you pay a dollar for the 45 days treatment for it will be worth several hundred to you If you suffer with blood diseases, rheumatism, kidney troubles, stomach troubles, nervousness, loss of appetite, sleeplessness, female troubles or general broken down system. I am just giving you the Lini ment Free to show you what it is and (!) as a remembrance to my friend'. Thanking you each and every one for past favors, and wishing you well, also hoping to meet those that I wont get to see while in Lancaster this time, some other day. I am as ever your friend, J. J. PURSLEY, (Dakota Jack). - to any one. For a few weeks I am Headwear. Everybody Invited to Attend. VAINNIE 5HOWN. -- I I We have everything for the School Girl and Boy. Large line of TABLETS, PENCILS, BOOK BAGS AND I I ii 1 STRAPS, LUNCH BOXES, and Baskets. Crayons, Paints, Drawing and Composition Books. Fine Candies and the Best Soda Water In town. I I I I I I .... l!r STORMES 0RUG STORE. I THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. MT. HEBRON Mrs. E. T. Scott is spending the week with relatives in Bryantsville. Mr. Millard Ham bought of Mr. Authur Preson a bunch of shoatsfarlS) Little T. T. Preston who was reported quite ill last week is recovering slowly. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ball and children Capitol $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. JENUY. President J. K. STORM KS, Vice Pres't. JllDKY. R. T Am'I Cashier. 1. I ILL. Safety Samual Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. of Stanford were with relatives here from Friday until Monday. Mr. Hobart Grow of Poor Ridge was the guest of hi cousin Mr. Ed. Grow Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Onstott left Monday for a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. II. Scott at New Richisond Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hendrickson and sons, Horace and Wjiliam were wit her parents Mr and Mrs. Dennie Scott, Sunday. The Stork has been quite busy in this locality recently. On the tenth he lett at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everet Duncan twin girls. A series of meetings conducted by Rev. Mahan, pastor, and Rev. Dotson of Harrodsburg will begin hert the 4th Sunday in this month. Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Murphy and BUSINESS. D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes. S. C. Denny. J. U Gill. Dr W. M. Elliott. Directors. Romans Opera House SATURDAY NIGHT. Return of the Favorites Parker Fun & Freeman Comedy presenting their Funniest Show, In Co. MILITIA COMPANY y daughter Lida May spent a few days Everything new. See Rastus in New York. A roar of Laughter last week with relatives In Lexington all the way Special picture, Fox 5 reel feature, "The New Gov and near Valley View, ernor." AdmlsaUn 5 and lOcts. The Pie Supper at Sunnyside was fil quite a success. The exercises were splendid and the pies sold well. About $10 was realized. Mr. Lewis Murphy was auctioneer and he did his part well. Mr. Mansfrrd Carter and MissMealie Hunter, both of Jessrmine county, 4-11were married Saturday and wen en-44 tertained here Saturday night and Sun day by their cousins Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Dean. Cholera. Gaoes. Llmhernprk Dniin fjinkpr w wavy ' vuaaiavt f :. On the Cth Inst the children ar.d So'c-eiDiarrhoea and Diseases of Poultry Mrs. Joseph Hicks gave her friends of a surprise birthday dinner celebrating Mf. ud Guriitced t7 J. Ml Crime. Birditowi. Ky. fries JOc it ill OroHbti. her C7th anniversary. An enjoyable day was spent and ample justice was mlo mi done to the festal boaid. R. E. McRoberts. Druggist, Ky. The Managers Office. R r cures 1L Er alf Lancaster, The Central Record, Thursday Sept 16, 1915 Page 5 Air. Raymond Hughes Bishof Suits Your Patronage Solicited. We Invite You to Attend. FALL OPENING Saturday, September 18th 1915 AT Presents the Following Musical Program. Trovatore Silvery Woven. Martha. Faust. Taderewskl's Menuett. Stabat Mater. II Toet and Pennant. Barcarolle. Awakening of the Lion. Ilerceuse from Jocelyn. La Paloma. Evening Star. Grande Valse Lc Concert. Humoreske. Love's Old Sweet Song. Seguldilla. Starry Night. Valse Styrienne. The Rosary Traumerel. Eoliene Harp. Tra Diavolo. Uohemlan Girl. Sextette from Lucia. Zampa. All the latest popular numbers will be played betweet Selections and Over-lureRequests granted. Bishof JOSEPHS STORE DISPLAYING Tarantellc. Coats. VAN Wearing1 AND HOOSIER Apparel Gossip About People Brill Mention ol the Comings tnd Oolnji by Thou Wi Arc Interested In. A For Ladies Collis Harmon of Florida is here a brief visit. and Children. .Mrs. Samuel Cotton and son BRENT Wheat Drills plain and with Fertilizer attachment. One Horse Wheat Drills GAS ENGINES AND SILO CUTTERS. Mr. J. D. O'llearn has resumed work in the city of I'aris. Miss Carrie Ilolden of Nichotasville i the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Crutch field. .miss MnH iiuney loll aiondav to en ter the D. and L). Institute in Indian polls. Mr. Clay Tumphrey of Frankfort here spending his vacation with h John Deere and Moline Wagons best, lightest draft and most durable wagon made. parents. Miss Nellie O'llearn has gone for visit to relatives in Maysville and Ma son county. Mrs. Bettie Dudderar of Indianapol is here'for a visit to Lancaster and J. E. Mount, Son & Co. The Square Deal House. Garrard relatives. Mrs. James U. Pax ton of Stanford was over, Sunday with her mother. Mrs. Jane Robinson. Miss Hazel Arnold, has returned t her home in I'aris, aftct a visit to her aunt, Mr. Hello Austin. Elder F. M. Tinder has returned from Maysville where he held an in teresting series of meetings. Miss Lizzlo Grimes is at home a pleasant visit with her sister, Wm. Torter of Lincoln county. ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at after Mrs The TiarizavL for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks ' 111 Fll Diaw A S Check for the inontiy you ove and note how much more respectfully your creditors re gard you. They like lo do businuss with a mnn who has nn Garrard nccount nt Bank & the Trust Go. They know he is doing business in a business like way. Iletter open such an account even if your affairs arc not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company 1 i J MRS RELLA ARNOLD Wishes to Announce FRANCIS 5 The Display of 4 u EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER m COAL, COAL. Moss, W. 1). Mason and Tom McMillian Lay in your coal while it is cheap. went to Louisville on the afternoon train Wednesday. We sell Red Ash Jellico and Red Com et Block, Straight Creek and Ideal JelMessra Joe Haselden, II. V. Hastin, lico round. Special price this month, , 11. Moss, J. I. Doty, Joe Burnside, H. B. NorthcotU tf. J. E. Hammonds, Cyrus Heard and T l. It. Stultz attended the speaking of Hon MONEY TO LOAN. h. P. Morrow at Stanford Saturday & Wilkerson. MIsseB Ha Hill. Minnie Tearl Brown Money in sums of $2,000, or over at Mrs. Wm. Haney who quite recently It will Interest readers of the Record Messrs Smillie Hill and C. J. Davis 5per cent to loan on farming land In moved Mere irJm Stanford and was to know that J. C. Hemphill Jr, who spent Sunday with Miss Lucinda Carter Garrard County. Write or phone, reported critically ill at first of typhoid was one of a large graduating class in and Drotners. E. D. Tennington. fever is now much improved and it is the Louisville Male High School this Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and little hoped it is only an attack of malarial yer is soon to enter Chicago University! Stanford. Ky. daughters, Stella Mae andEdna Bernelce fever. Mrs. J, Wesley West who has been spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and THE REAL ESTATE HEN OF FOR SALE PRIVATELY. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dickerson, Miss having such a pleasant visit in her "Old Mrs. Nath Bogie. Katie Uarnca Dickerron and Mr. Wes Kentucky Home" with relatives and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Moberley are the I will sell privately my farm of fifty LANCASTER ley Dickerson motored to Lexington, friends is now with her sister Mrp. proud parents of the arrival of a baby KY. acres, or my adjoiding farm of 100 on luosuay. .miss r.uzauetn for J ac acres or will sell bath as a whole. oseph Falconer and family in llryson girl Sept. 10th the little Miss has been Christened Agnes. companied thorn and remained to again Tenn. located on Taint Lick Creek near Come und let us sell you a farm in enter Sayre College. Mr. and Mrs. William Hastey are re .Mill. Farm is well watered and Mr. Arthur Joseph, who has just re Garrard County, where five millions of fenced. Has good three roon house Mr. J. E. Dickerson and family, Mr. turned from Chicago, Cincinnati and joicing over the arrival of a baby boy pounds of the best tobacco is grown nd outbuildings. Sept. 11th the little son weighed Si lbs. Sixty acres of hot and Mrs. W, A. Dickerson and daugh' Eastern markets, reports to the and has been annually; where all the agricultural ter.--, land. christened William Jesse. Theo Cotton. ter, and Mr. and Mrs. Letcher Chris RECORD that he has purchased a fine products grow abundantly; where the Kirksville. Kv. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gulley, Misses topher were entertained at an elaborate line of ladies and childrens wearing ap best live stock is bred; where the blue o'clock dinner on Sunday at the parel for the Josenh Mercantile Com- - Barbara Gulley and Minnie Tearl Brown grass grows, where good schools, moral drove to Richmond last Monday and and home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Poor at dany. BIDS WANTED hospitable people art attracting were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W, A. many home Bryantsvllle. A happy reunion of children, seekers. Lancaster the grand Cotton ond Mr. State of Kentucky, and Mrs. Richard Almun tho n county seat, has three banks, tele the many friends of children and great surIt Garrard County Fiscal Court. 55 Miss will gratifyRoyston Mrs. Robert Long and daughter Miss phone exchange, electric light Annie U. hero at her old prised Mr S. D. Wagers of Rices Staplant, Sept. Special Term, 8th day of W home to learn that she recently gradu- tion, on his 90th birth day. There were Frances, and son Willie I'., Mrs. Nora creamon . splendid water works system, September, 1915. and daughter. Miss Sallie Lou two flouring mills, grain and hemp ated at the Chicago University rnd re- 41 present and all met at the home of Teater Sealed bids will be received by the ceived the degree of P. II. II. Miss his daughter, Mrs Will Rice, where an and Miss Ethel Ray motored to Bryants-vill- e warehouse, tobacco warehouse, on the Court for all Culverts to be used on tho Saturday and were the guest of I. & N railroad, one of the best graded State Aid Roads dinner was Uoyston of Garrard Co.. Kv. Si student was always an unusually bright elaboratespent. Mrs spread and a hap. Mr. Forest Curtis and family. schools in the State, having an endown-men- t The same to be L. N. Miller, a and ranks quite high as a py day 30 Inch fund of $30,000.00 in addition to a of this city, attended. teacher. foot: We wish to announce to $30,000.00 new school building. Wecun to ie and the price per lineal TJ15. same be furnished for the year ' The handsome social affair given FriBids Miss Leila Ueatty of Richmond, Ky., sell homes or choice lots near the school. call for Corrugated Galvanized Culverts. day afternoon by Mrs. J. Itockwell has just accepted a position with th the public that we have Our price is the owner's price. We id uius to ue received up to Sent. 23rd Smith to her guest Miss Nora Kennedy Joseph Mercantile Co. of thiicity. This secured the agency for the refer to any bank or to any olllciul for 1915 at 12 o'clock noon. of Owensboro was tha leading society firm is very fortunate in securing this s. proof that we will deal fairly with you; A certified check of $23.00 to uccom- event of tho week. Some 10 or more saleslady who has had eight years exj Maxwell and Hudson as bid guests responded to the invitation. The perience in the retail drygoods busineir. Don't fail to see no we have done for ten years and have pany each be same to guarantee that dissatisfied customers. Bond will executed house, porch and yard were artistically having worked for W. D. Oldham, them on display at the Lan- Improved and unimproved farms of faithful performance of to insure the their contract. decorated with palms, ferns and cut Hamilton Bros., and Jno. It. Gibson of all sizes ard various locations and at Th!j September 8th' 1915. vs flowers. A delicious course of ices and Richmond. Mils Realty is very popular caster Motor Car Go. , . .. . r I .. n i.iivu, I'ukw, uui ony i hi in priced at Attest. J. W. Hamilton, Clerk. cake was served. and well liked by all her acquaintances Walter D. HammaCk.'u, market value. Garrard Conntv Court Messrs W. A.. Ed. T. J. and N. B Trice, Mesdames Ed, T. J. and V. A Trice were in Stanford Monday with Dr. A. S. Trice and wife. Mrs. Dora Miller and son. Clay, left Mrs. Herbert Trice and little daugh Tuesday for Louisville, to attend the ter, Jane Evans Trice, of Danville were State Fair and to be with relatives. up for a short visit to Mrs. D. M Mrs. J. II. Proctor andMissJosepliine Lackey and Miss Jean Lackey. Troctor Jones of Danville have been Miss Mary Clay Williams of Tulsa, guest! of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Witt. UKIa., Biter a visit of several days to Mrs. Davis Prat her is at home after Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn, left Tuea a pleasant visit to her brothers. Messra day for Hamilton College, Lexington. Ollie and John Totts of Mt. Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. J. it. Haselden and Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Swinebroad and children, Mrs. Aldridge, little Miss sons, George and Marrs, are in LouisVirginia Aldridge, Misses Lou and Lily ville this week attending the State fair. Dale Grant motored to Stanford Satur Reverend A. J. Clere and family day evening. nave arrived in Lancaster and will oc Mr. and Mrs. G. li. Swinebroad und cupy the Moore residence in Haselden sons George and Marrs, Messrs. W. E, Heights THE LAW OF THE ROAD. Wallace Cotton motored to NichotasMrs. E. L. Owsley was a visitor in ville Sunday and were guests of friends. "When a vehicle is overtaken by Danville Wednesday, Mrs. E. J. Alrich and daughter Miss another vehicle, the driver of which .Mr. and Mrs. Jame Witt have been Madeline, have returned to their home desires to pass the other, the driver in Maysville after n pleasant visit to on the farmer, upon being informed of in Stanford for a visit to friends. such desire, shall bear to the right, and Mrs. W. A. Dickerson. Mr. and Mrs. J. Itaymond Haselden the driver of the latter to the left, unare In Louisville for the State fair. til the latter shall have passed. CARD OF THANKS. Any driver failing to do so shall be fined ten Mrs. Sue Jones of Stanford was the We wisn to thank our friends for ($10) dollars." Section 01, State road recent guest of Mrs. James II. Witt. their kindness and sympathy in our law. Mr. W. B. Mason is mingling with hour of bereavement. This section of the road law may be Samui--I Sutton and family. i.ouisviiie menus and enjoying the fair. invoked against drivers who imagine Mrs Joseph L. Francis was in Louisthat making way for the driver of COY ville for a business stay of a few days. taster vehicle Is a mutter of court? Mrs. Karl Moberley is quite sick with and that those who have no inclination Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson are in fever at this writing. toward courtesy need not be courteou Louisville this week, taking in the There are many drivers of horsedraw Sanders Bro. sold to Earl Grow one State lair. vehicles, especially drivers of utility cow and calf price $G0. .Miss Allie Arnold left this week to Mrs. Mary Smders sold to Cleveland wagons heavy and light, who decline teach again in the I). and D. College in to respond to the signals of automobil. Rose one fat cow price $58. Wilkensburg Tenn ists who would pass them when they Miss Nell Kay spent last week with Miss Minnie Gulley has returned overtake them. It often is dangerous her sister Mrs. Elija McMillian. from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Ollie to try to drive around a vehicle which A. T. and J. I. Sanders bought of stubbornly holds the middle of the road Totts in Mt. Sterling. A. D. Ford and sons one hog price $30, in defiance ot signals. Many accidents Mrs. Ethel West Darnold will leave Mrs. Naney Moberly and Mrs. Mary ara caused by such attempts. Monday to resume her work in D. & D. A. Sanders were visitors of Mr. and Drivers of automobiles whose signals Institute in Indianapolis. Mrs. J.,M. banders Monday. are defled by drivers who prefer not T. J. Trice, Jr., will leave Monday Rev. Miller, of Estil Co., will All Rev to invenience.themselves by "bearing to matriculate at one of Virginia's tine Balls appointment at Scotts Fork Sun to the right," to allow the faster Military schools in Staunton. h'cle to pass should ascertain the nam day as he has sickness in his family. Miss LIIu? May Sutton is at noma Mrs. Teachie Grow returned home es of offenders and have them prosecU' after a three weeks visit to her aunt, last Monday after a few days stay with ted for violation of the road law. Such Mrs. Grimes in Lexington. her sister Mrs. John Roberts of Jes lawlessness is quite common upon roads. In the interest of safety and Miss Hannah Alridge of Stanford samine. Messrs Earl Broadus and Angle Sand' comfort it should be suppressed rigidly came over Monday for a visit to her Danville Messenger. ers and sister, Teachie Mae were visitors cousin. Miss Jane Haselden. in Jessamine Saturday night and SunMrs. Fisher D. Herring of Preachers day and attended preaching at Little SEALED BIDS FOR CONSTRUC ville was the gnest Wednesday of Miss, Hickman. s Lou and Lily Dale Grant. TION OF BRIDGE IN GAROur Advice Is: . Miss Prudence Tope of Indiana has when you feci out of sorts from constibeen visiting her aunt and uncle Miss pation, let us say that if RARD COUNTY, KY. Laura Tope and Mr. Wm. Tope. do not relieve you, see a physician, because no other homo remedy will. Sold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRobsrts for .Mr. aru r tf- - " 1 I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. SHINGLES. STRAYED-fro- A. II. Bastin & Son. m my place Aug 10th a red cow fresh in milk, weight 900 lbs. Information appreciated. Ira Grimes, Lancaster, Ky. Notice. rent my house and lot on Crub Orchard street cheap. J. Booth Sutton. Well Drilling. am prepared to drill Wells and at any depth. Trices reasonable. Write or phone me. II. T, Conn, Taint Lick. I I will sell or For Sale. offer for sale my father's place at Lowell, Ky, consisting of two houses and two acres of land, all necessary good orchard and improvements. Will sell at a bargain if taken at once. Ida Mae Hurt, Lowell Ky. 1 5 -2 per 1- -2 per ct. 5 Years 5 Loans made on real estate. If you need cheaper money on long time, see me about it. G. B. Swinebroad. Lancaster. Kv. WANTED. You can easily earn $20 to $40 a week y using our selling plan to consumers. Tarticulars free. 2310 Union Central It-pBldg., Cincinnati, Ohio. The Fiscal Court of Garrard County will receive sealed bids for the con struction of 100 foot steel span bridg over White Lick Creek on the White Lick Turnpike, in the Fourth Magis BUCKEYE terial District of Garrard County, up to Miss Mayme Calico left Monday for 12 o'clock noon on the 5 day of October 1915. Bibs must be accompanied by Richmond to enter Normal. certified check for live per cent of the Mrs. Edd Arnold entertained a r cost of the work bid upon. Bids will ber of their relatives Sunday. be received upon the super-structu.Mr. and Sirs. T. O. Hill spent Wed and seperately and as a nesday with her father, Mr.JohnTeater whole. Plans and specifications will be Mr. and Mrs. Morris Long and daugh found on file in the County Clerk's Of ter, Miss Tattle, were the guest of Mrs fice of Garrard County. Kentucky. iNoei and lamiiy Sunday. Attest, J. W. Hamilton. Clerk Mrs. Buford West and children spent 2t- Garrard County Fiscal Court Misses Edna Gulley and Lydia Cabell a part cf last week with her parents .nr. anu .Mrs. u. r. iirown. Elmore leave Monday for Indianapolis Mrs. Frank Tierce of Louisville has to resume their duties in the D. and D. returned home after a stay with her Institute. daughter Mrs. Oscar Ray. -- OFMr. and Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald and .Mr. and .Mrs. L,. banders and son beautiful little daughter. Dorothy DelL Burnett spent Sunday with her parents have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Mr. and .Mrs. Hiram Ray, LOST. Bay mare, lump in flank. on lt-p- preciated. stanforJ pike. Seen last Information ap Hiiarh Tenman, Gilbert Creek, Ky. SALESMAN WANTED. Are you earning over $100. a month. If not we offer gou an opportunity to do it. No capital needed just horse and wagon. If interested write to L. D. Carter. Special . representee, Nicholasville, Ky. pd. HUGHES SWINEBROAD Brad-sha- grand-childre- grand-daughte- r, S auto-mobile- 3 t- Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 16, 1915. WIRELESS PHOTOS TAKEN Some Queer Ones J I ! fiel.lglnsses. Moreover, this would be exceptionally dlfllcult owing lo the tts. scr'a tcuipernmeutnl style of delivery, which. In Intensity of feeling nnd exHERO, ENTERS THE KAISER.WAR pression, was reminiscent of ltooscvclt. but with more restraint nnd dignity, IN DARK Olrl, with t".7C." executions to credARE lie used short, crisp phrases, i nch with it, Is champion fly swatter of I'enpack, a punch. shaking In it lilj.Ii, clear voice N. J. OF audible n lnituln.it yards uwny With the ring of pride In bis voice Hecnnso he lost his glass eye Washnnd mini, he praised the troops for the ' Indiana Inventor Says Piciure ington man had to postpone his nodvictory Hint had crowned their stand-ding. nrds with laurels. With great earnest- - j Can Bh MaU at Long Ranga. Correspondent Describes Grcal Mllita;y experts Say That Grcml licss, tinged with conviction, be smke Iloston driver gave three pints of of the hnnt work still to lie done by I blood to save life of man Ids truck ran Duke Kccoj .les Inferiority Martial Spectacle After them. Then voice nnd features sofover. the Siren jhold Icil. of Russian forces. tened ns he Invoked the continued pro.' CLAIMS THEM USEFUL 111 WAR InOklahoma corn so high farmers arc .w tectlon of the Lord of hosts. The 5j tensity of bis religious feeling etnniiadvertising for tallest men In statu to ' gather It. cd with dramatic genuineness words Closely Guards Secret by Which H . extorts lioth la Amer. born, whizzed punt. Tin- - Indications that read platitudinous when trans- Says Objects Can Bt Photographed inted Into English. Waterloo, Ont, has n hen that InMtl.ITAIIY i; bread agree that the flint KuncthlnK I'l- - ivns dolus were a Mile Away on the Darkest Night. presently hj the night of hull of fortress after It wns almost n physical relief when sist on laying her eggs from top of a Willing to Turn Over His Device to cherry tree. fortress by the Ilusslnn grand n mile of (iirmuti troops strctchliiK after the tension the knl'er finished United States Officials. army U Indicative of the fact that the n cross the plain In parade formation. his ten minute talk the brigade comIn I line to elenr tlie ronil mander called for three cheers for "the Wc l ire drill orders tn gentle tones grand duke leeognlzes the Inferiority whenwore Jut years of nved 200 tine cows when lightning Arthur Ilutts, twenty-eigh- t Imperial automobiles herald-oi- l kaiser nnd the fatherland" nnd n triple the of the ltusslnu forces to those of Uie 10.UK) throats rolled over age. of llruzll, 1ml., has Just Invented the knlser'H coming. fired dairy at ralrfleld, N. J, liurmli from Teutonic allies. It is plnln from the wireless liotogmphy. The barren Polish ptnlu nnd bleak the plain. lie declares It dispatches received In this country thnt gky overhead now witnessed n gather-Ini- : Kind of gns Germany Is using In war will lie of Immense, value In warfare, Polish Refugees There. I'rzcmysl nnd I.ublln were nlwindoncd of notables perhaps unsurpassed enabling the taking of pictures of forts Is to bo tried out on Jersey skectcrs 1 looked Uus nrour.d to the ruined without defenso nnd that Kovno wns during the war. nnd armies mnny miles nway, either In by state extermination commission. While the band with brnsjos. fifes slnn fort nt the back, to the pillars of Klven up nfter the fall of the outer the darkest night or the brightest day. smoke rising from Novogeor-glevsThirty-fivnnd drums dlscourrcd march music the dense oris. years' courtship convinc The secrets of thi wonderful Inten- ed South Norwnlk (Conn.) couple to the Polish refugees, men, Iletwcon the line of the German re- - kaiser, followc I by a brilliant frnhi. their one can rend that only n small walked with n lone, firm stride out In women cnrrylng baU'S, lieddlng and tion Ilutts will not divulge, his tmrpusu lovo wns real, and they have married. iwrts force was left In Novogeorglevsk for front of the victorious troop, standing household goals, children, dogs, cows being to mnke It Impossible for nny the purpose of preventing the Hermans at rlcld nttentlon. It wns a provision- nnd horses straggling along the miry one to steal the secrets for use of nuy Window shades for cows Is the lat repairing the bridges ncross the Vis. nl brigade uf about 10,000 lighters. The road. other nation. I.Ike lMlsou, he will bo est wrinkle. Thomas P. Itynu has put A long, dirty brown lino at the back, tula nnd preventing any navigation of bearded lnndtnrui nnd Inntlwehr qulto willing to ghe the proper author- curtains at nil the window of his Mr formed u double Hue of Hold stretching over the horizon, being the ities full Information In case the ('tilt- glnla barn. this river until the main Illusion nrmy gray figures, das llrcl from the haul 20,000 prisoners nliout to enter Oer- - ed States could make snfe Its retreat. Ossowotz Involved In eler Commissioner of safety In Icnver nnd ltrcst l.ltovsl; were held only tern- fighting. Itehtnd them In double llno mnny, added the finishing touch to the wnr, but he positively refuses to hint Jaegers wonderful picture. riorarlly to cover the retreat nnd then were squadrons fMl mounted nt the mechanism or chnractcr of his holds that the ordinance requiring tall Hut there wns more to come. The Invention, with small rear guards, who had won t' rv on the I'ciozlnn. lights on vehicles nt night applies to nbandoned of sloe' crazy little band played "Hell dlr 1m which, of course, were captured by the Uhlans, cuirassiers -- forest sauuic- norses. i Telle of His Apparatus. apparatus, which "With my j ! Is operated by u six cell dry battery," YEAR 1 A. D. FILLED WITH I pais Uutts. "I can stand nt the bottom ALL THE GAYETIES OF LIFE of n deep well or In a mine, for that matter, and take ii photogtuph of nn CUrtfJKKlK object a mile nnd n half away. Ancients Spent J 35,000 on Rotes and ERBURfr (t MARIAHPOL "And, what Is ufore, the nppnmtus Dined on Forty Dollar Fiih Dinner, will register on the photograph the ar I i. kHiH r distance In feet from the object photoThe bonstfutness of the modem man graphed to the place where the phoIVaUAl Mil rM tographer operates. With high xner over ancient man was punctured nt mr1 LIDA by the Iter. Cumden SI. the photograph may be taken from several urclincologbt of Allegheny colMARIENBURG 0 two to four mlloa nwny or even far CoU-rnlege, Meadvtlle, Pa., who was one of ther, according to the voltage." To demonstrate the success of his the speakers nt the lltble conference at apparatus Itutts took n photograph of Wlnoim Lake, ML Mr. Cobern's picture of the cltlien of tbo Hrnzll Clay company's plant, a mile and a half nway, one dark and the 3 ear I, or therealsiuts, living la 3RAUDEN2 SLONIM rnlny night. The photograph is ns ia.se. luxury and with convenience, Ii plain as though It had been taken by bncd on his own research and that a regular camera nt n short dltnnce of other lniestlgntors of the earth's PRZASNYSZ OSTR0lENKA'pr" 1 . OFFICE lountj Coiffhjrj. Itichmond, I FORTRESS MUSKl ' 4eieeeeMMoeoi;4i J Or. J. S. GILBERT. CENTRAL RECORD 11UII.DING Itetldencq Phone Office Phone fill I.ANCASTKK, KY 41 Paris. Ut. Monday. Frankfort, lit. Monday. Unrrodiliurc, let. Monday. Lexington, 2nd, Monday. Stanford, 2ml.Mor.iUy. Shclhyvllle. 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd, Mondr;. LnwrcncrburE, Snl. Monday NIcIioIhsvIIIc, .Ird. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somrm't, 3rd. Monday, (Jeorifetown, 3rd. Monday. IiANCASTKIt. 4th. Monday Winchester, Ith. Monday, Montlcello, 4th. Monday, Versailles, 4th, Monday. lit. Monafy. t i i I , Ii. Morrow, Graduate Oifcne ()li)f Filler. S4tlfcllon Ouir.uteed Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. e i John M. McRoberts. - H. J. PATRICK, Dentl-st. I warn-in- i; The underpinned hereby jr'7 to all persons not to trespass Uion our kinds for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all olTcnders to ful law extent of l Hunters and. Kishrrmen especially take notice. Kd & N II l'nce . U Klkln W. It. Cook. Mrs. Hebrccii J. West. II. C. Arnold. James 0. Conn, J. C. MorRan. J. I. Illand. J. II. and W. S. Weaver We will mid other namm for 2.' cents cash. POSTED lst Paint Liok. Kentucky I). V. pre-iei.- John JI. Casey, Gradiiatf I'incinnnti 9. n V a Veterinary Surgeon. Vctcrintiry j r? Cnllte. Olliceat W. II. Ilurttn's Sale Stable. Night Phone 211. I Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects good taste and iat once creates a favorable impression. ( . J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Itesidcnre Phone Olllce Over Naliomil Hank. 3. Olllce. Phone 27 I.ANCASTKK. KV frfiORN TVs- -' POLTUSW. NOVOGEORCIE i r onnunvviioni , i PLOCK BLONIE qtt- - r mm nvi w w- lata B Vim-BS- , rr - r KOBRIN' PINSK a WARSAW LODZ SIERADS GROJECQ L V MIEMYniECZ SIEDLRESTUTOVSK 1 uur,ur( owu HI II 4m OtlADZYrM PRIPf r MARSM I T t ) PIOTRKOWi 0POC2N0)KAD0r1 (. J-SCALC OP MILES r of 0 ( jcr IVANGOROO M VLODAVA1 j I I J r a IpI OKRANOTAW CO VUOIMIR j i VOWMSKVk j I IO ZO S0 40 SO 75 100 Works on Other Inventions. Ilutts nlready has demonstrated his Ingenuity by two Intent Ions, line is n THE ATTACK ON RUSSIA'S "SECOND LINE." safety device for delators nml mine Teutons. It l.s plain that the Ilusslan lances, backed by battery of field Slegcrkrauz" ns the kaiser saluted and cages, which lias been pronounced the army, however much weakened, Is still artillery. stood at uttentlou. Then lie walked only Invention of the kind that has proved u success. strong. Weary veterans were electrified us away to rejoin the group of notables. He also Is working on an Invention ow as the dominant figure the Ual-- er the kaiser pushed up nnd down tho Could Capture Petrograd. , which he clnltns will enable the farm lines, looking them over tvlth keen had to share honors with Vun Illnden-burgIt Is equally plain that If the Ilus- glances. ess successfully to tight the who uvertnpifd the knler by slan army could not on either h" will have this InInches. The grim Held luarxhal liowod fly. He Even the Bands Charge. of Its fortress barriers It cannot hope low as the wur lord c1uk4sI his baud. vention ready to demonstrate within n io stauu in Die open Held. There Is Howeii-r- . I bad the good fortune once to lie i few months. he Is now de- iKO nmnlDx iu conversation sev oroom for reasonable doubt thnt If close enough to catch a Hash of tIlls Tue minutes. .otlng his time to his latest mid most oral rfhb tiaiscr should ce tit to make tbo eyes, ror wuich tiiese men cuecriuny talked with and con- Important Invention, wireless photog. Then the .'cforjand take the risk he can drive die. Then the commanding general gratulated kaler the mild ejod nnd lniylsh raiby. nriuy to lvtrograd. j shrieked out u high pitched commnm. Ails faced Von Iteseler. the Oermau batter' In this event be takes n double risk, that set the whole mass In motion. ing ram, wtiuxe gentle nniniirnnco Is MUST NOT OWN A TRUNK. proceeds far Into hostile territory Cuvalry nnd Infantry on both wings deceiving. lie nnd opens himself to the Mime kind charjre.1 nhead. the landsturu, w ith lev- - r Besides Teacher at Humbug Canyon of counterattack with which the Itus-lan- s e e.1 bayonets hven the Uiml-- s men nlmyn. nnd (Ik. mr minister. Wild School Must Be Mule Rider. of evolutions were destroyed XiipoIoon'H grand army, charged. A Provided Ml-- s Auule Smith will convon IIoheiilHirii, Joinfsl the Intimate quickly executed nnd resulted In n group also removes the bulk of Ids lie sent to dispense with a trunk nnd ride with the kaisers personal eiitroops to n very great distance from huge s;1 are of troops n.,ut the kal.er a pack mule, she will bo employed ns retinue. Then n deathlike si- - and military cnblnet, stun" of general , nnd the western front. a teacher at the l!od Point school. In The nccompiinyhig map shows the lence fell on the troops, as the kaiser nnd other notables hovering near for I In inliiig canyon, near Towles, Oil tremendous ndvames mado by the In advanced alone to the i enter of the the Impressive ceremony. The locality Is near the summit of the vaders. The e aenatlon ,of the fortress 8iunre. 1 bud u place directly opsIte A dozen honor men. heroes of Novo Kterrn. it ml no wagun road reaches It. by the Itusslans cleared the kaiser, whu was not UTty yards of Osowetz Ingress Is made on foot or by sure georglcvk. wore prewntisl to tire the wny for the Hermans to circle away, and I was nble through my knh-er- , mules which thread the rlbtioii who ipiestloneil each nnd shook footi-Jllulystok (1), Houth of which the army fleldglasses to mark his every slightest of trail Killing from Towics station shades of ex- Ills blind. Then Von Uiudenliurg him- The scIhkiI directors esjusially stlpu of l'rlnce Leopold of llavarta has move and self pluncd Iron crosses of the first reached the great forest of llialowles. pression that mirrored his emotions. lated that the prospective teacher cloth class tn their breasts The kaiser wore n gruy-greeAustrian nnd Herman armies then took should not bring n trunk. Utrest IJtovsk ('.';, approaching the Les-n- a covered spiked helmet, a ftng unddark "Well Done!" Says Emperor. The reopoiilng t.f the school was Kovel (31 greenish gray oiorcoat, with the hood river on the north, every handclasp said made iHsessary by n family with eight Tho a double nioieuieiit Is being citrrlod hanging down the back Tho coat as plainer kaiser's ' Well done," children moling tut the district. titan word'. cavalry Is mor-lngo- n It Hupped showed n blight led lining. out. Austro-dermacame n dramatic moment ns Kobrlu (I), with the evident In- There were broad red stripes on the i Then r. with . eatel, In Invoice PRISON STONES. STATUE BASE. tention of tutting the railway from trousers of the uniform of n Prussian ' ", ""V, v ttn,hl' He also wore n leather Ml I.ltovsk to I'Iuk, at the same general. 3Jret 1 r.l,1l.- l. .1.....,. i ff rrlrm with .. revolver lu a bolster at bis left Joan of Arc Monurr.nt Will Be Erect. ed In New York ' .TSUcerTig UTe walking cane, but no i A statue of Joan of Arc ustrlde her To . .. w .. ...... tlif. xfttu no charger In bnuwe, Ij be creeled at Itiv JIIIU 111 illU VIU- - nilUIU. IU ll'L 4,ltUI0lt, illmi inn tits. 4l i.linriw . erslde drle nnd .Ninety third street. er direction lend, to tin, Lmportant , wtyOlie blue Or.ler atYwr n ,,, . . New York, will lest upon n pedestal j bases of South Uussla, hi tbo north nt Ids throat ,, he main moveuient against the "sec- , . ",""" " made from the stoi.is of her prison nt ' Amy 0ne B,t F"m,ly- . The tost of the monu. Itoueti, Trance nnd line" alius at'vil.m ...id possibly f"',n This Impresslie and solitary figure . low, the k,ilce, ch.iltliii; Itteyond that nt Slinsk, both ImiKirUint about S'.Ti.iKNj nnd has tuetit win dominates! the assemblage. A thrill 'lucror of Antwerp nnd .Sovogeor- - iieeri raftsT' euliiely Ly private sub, ,.nt.,e. vhriimu iw I went through the closely lacked ranks glevsk. passed Ihroush n gap In the scrlptlou. lynsky (3) there is Utile activity. as he began his address with "beloved . human tujuare, followtsl by Von HlnThe sivtlou of the dungeon of tho Kaiser at Novogeorglevsk. troops." This seemed to glorify each Uetiburg and others, ami wiiiKcd to heroine of Prance purchased nnd sot) tlerman Joy was unconflned nt tho IlTe." Vou felt that these soldiers were Waiting automobiles on the ronil brought here nfter the Trench governwith fall of Novogeorglevsk. Thei New York one" Jnrpo family and that the kaiser yards away. The l:ulcr strode ment had fujled to preserve It Includes Times corresiHiude.it sends the follow- - wos talking Jo tliemnsn father. A high Jong steps, swinging Ids cane as ho i."J "blocks of iimesfonc. Anna Vnughn wnlkisl. onlooker could not help Ing story ulmut the reception of tho staff otriccr confirmed my Impression An Hyatt designed the statue. knlscr In thut fortress city: that the kaiser was not delivering u Uing Impiessed by Ids tremendous vl- ' VUUf ns no cntereu tne nutoiuomio nun y rare good luck 1 stumbled upon set sm-ecor tnlklnir for nubl cation ses4t 4 Double Headed Rescue. . ,. tbo Interesting experience of seeing the lie tns IllKf ntmint- - his fivmna In tlin 80t tWn. man" unj to knock a kaiser nlleld for tho second time. Ho Held, speaking to them from the heart, I Then tie kulser, with (JcllernI von" liad motored from Warsaw to view the proud of their achievements, sorrowing Kescler hi in and General von boy from n box car to s.ivo him from fallen fortresses. , for their losses and solicitous for their ' Palkcuhnyn on the front seat, motored being cruilieij ngilnst a brldgo abutWhcu nprronclilng tho outer fort on future and telling them so. Unfurtu- - Into Lurnlnr Novogeorglevsk to view ment nt Ucllevllle, N. J and then had the cast front n Held gray car contain-.la- g natcly I was unable to tnko down his the forts of the citadel and the wur to Jump Into the river and rcscuo the tho war minister. Wild von Iioheu- - address verbatim while holding tho looty. boy from drowning. 1 '"'V Q-- MAIN RAILROADS PRONTVRUNES o lw OPATOW. o V ZAMOSC.'TW!: i FORTS )V W7 I Could Wcrk Secretly. Ilutts states thnt in cn-- s his Invention should Is- - used In warfare he could nrraiw the apparatus so that none of It could Is- - seen and take ns many pictures as he needed without attracting the least nttentlon. He Is working on a larger machine, nnd ns soon ns It Is completed be will demon strate Its power nnd feasibility for u-- e In warfare before military exiwrts He lias nlready received many com munlcntlons regarding his Invention. nnd mnny noted Inventors Unc asked to see tne demonstration or ins claims, but the young Inventor hns if fustsl to gKe nny Information regarding hLs In- ventlon until he has secured certain patents, and then he will demonstrate j what can le done with his npparatus before military experts only j pioneers. Here are some of the things described by Ir. Colern which existed at the contemrniieous with the of the Christian tnt: Shorthand was now. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. Tit 12 For All Kinds of a. common then as It I nere run tn certain palntUI homv. Pit ortran. drlvtn by wiitrr rower wrr. In Central Record. j Inetruments urre In uu almltar to ttiosv which n certsin Amersmn rsist-cla- n Inventwl. not having henitl of the ancient Instrument KphMuin liail a library unequateO ty any Caniecic tiaa erected. There were seventy trail, unions In l?.JS . Olllce Hour. ! ? Home and man) dleputes on nagid. One ancient epicure sae a dinner at nhlrh the fifth course cost tv a plate Another spent lll.'fcw for msa. H. K. Denny aufl W. A. Wheeler Anottier eient 994V" fur ruca. Hr. Coberu nsserteil that St. Pnul Doctors Of Dental Surgery. IliiI bow legs nml was tnarrliil. He was not to be blamed for either fnct. Office "loriftrt Hutlduiituiri Hart X Audrr with Ir. Cotiern said, for he was KKNTUCKY, crooked legs and could not escape ceu. I.A.N'CASTEi:. sure If he declined matrimony, as the ecclesiastical n ( til- time alloneil only mnrrltsl tui ii to vole- - Cities. tiurKtcal Flats were for rent nire bultt on rnncreto frem three t to flte feet deep, excelling the auto mobile drtles ot the prest-n- t dy Commuters lived In the' suburb of th. Itotitls ue. ROUGH LUMBER, see G.C. COX, Manse.Ky L. No Hi; & N in. 'J1' Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. iKltlk'E. . lru To Mayaville. connectir.K at Klchmexi with I. & N to Frankfort A-at Winchester with C A O to Lexington & Krankfort, Mount Sterling fc Ashland, at I'aria to Cincinnati. No ToKowlaiHl at Itowlaml, I. 71 ; (iuTo n. in. j ' CUPID ROUTS BACHELOR MAIDS Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, k Stanfonl connecting A: N to all Hitnts South lst "...? Takes Prisoner Three of Leading Spir its In Man Hater' Club. Cupid Is rtddllug the ranks of the In Oilier Mt Itniney s Uvery Stable. decndcut Order of liachelor Maids, an Lnncnster. Kenttickj organization comprised of well known joung uuiucti of I 'It man. .V J mid within the last )ear threo of the lending memW-rbine broken their solemn pleilges to scorn mere man and hnve succumbcsl to the wiles of tho little Manufacturer nnd Dealer in god. A further WoAv to the bachelor girl's club has Is en the announcement of the High-Cla- ss Monuments. engagement of Miss Vestlnn I'urch. one of the otllcers and n leading spirit Original Detins ami Prompt Serlu the organization, lo Harry Edward vice (jtinrntiitiil Qiuility. Pn. of llustleton. at nil Crnniie nml Mnrlilc HAT SiWES GIRL'S LIFE. Qunrrifb. Uflice and Works on Cemetery Hill CIohiI on Saturdays Wire Frame Protects Her Head From Telephone HVt. s Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. .S'o 2s; 11:01 n. m. ' To HichuioiHl, eoiinectini; with I. & N to Irvine A-- lleattyville, I.cninnton .t Cincinnati. Miildlesborn & Knoxville. No 70; m. To Hichtnotid. cnutieclini; with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:J p. in. To lAiuisville, connecting nt Lebanon Junction to Klizabethtown & llowlinK (ireen, and nt Hardstnwn Junction to Hardstown & Springfield. No 'J; X:t2 p. m. To Stanford, connecting ll0n. HARRY JACOBS with fast in train to Ilristo) Falling Hammer. i ta?ca Lm v. '". '"T. "'''I", T caK frame lu her hat saved the life of Miss I.llll.in C Wochrle, twenty years old, of IScniuton, Pn.. when a machinist's hammer fell from a four story building ...id struck her on the head. .Miss Wochrlu is at the State hospital Buffering from u severe scalp A wire Stanford, MONEY Kentucky. TO at Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. Norlli-bouni- LOAN fof lur W mil.- f wound. She was on her way lo the courthouse when a roof repairer let the hammer drop. I'hjslcinns say the wire In the young woman's hat snved her from a fractured skull and perhaps Instant denth. Five Per Cent on Farm Lands. For particulars see No. 10 No. 4 Cincinnati Express, dully Spe- 4:30 a.m. C:0;i cial, daily No. 28 1 1 a.m. a.m. KAISER HAS 58 U BOATS. Neutral Authority 8ays This Figure Is Correct. The (Icrninn undersea fleet comprises fifty vltjlit submarines, according to u neutral authority who linn Jwt return?! lin'enfiiarli from tlermuny (lermnny's I'nllle licet, according lo (he same uutfiority, consists of thirty clglt! warships. Six thousand Marines from Kiel hate been sent tn the easteru lighting front to tho ylonoor tcrvlco of the W. F. CHAMP. Citizen Illue Grass Special, daily except Sun..G:0S National Hank, I.uncimttr, Ky No. No. No. No. 02- STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruit and Shade TraeS Our first offering of the remarkable No. No. No. No. nny. "1 he Central Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. Shown at Roman's Opera House Each MondayJNight Many People In This Town enjoyed a meal until we advised them to take a Mammouth Pearl Potato never' really Limited, 5:20 dully 12 Itoyul I'ulm, dnlly. .0:37 . Soulli'bound. 0 Locnl Kxprcss, " dally 11:05 11 Itoynl Palm, dally..ll:20 Orleans Limited, dally ,..11:35 13 Carolina Special, daily 10:16 lrr-.Ne- - Cincinnati - .Locnl Ciiro,iin dully Special, 1 Kxiircsa, dally 7:00 a.m :35 p.m. p.m. p.m. 3 a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. ., ''j. No. 3 Spe Dyspepsia Tablet before and alter each meal. by us 23o a box. R. E. McRoberts Sold only 11:52 p.m. clal, dally Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. No. 27 Blue Grass Spe cial, daily except Sunday, 8:15 p.m. H.F.Hillenmcyer & Sous. For rates, routesarrives..information nnd Lexington, Kentucky. call upon or address M. J. Coughlln, 1915 agent j 'phone 340. 151. Kverythinjl for Orchard. Lnwn nnd No. Garden. cial, dally D 11:35 p.m. Florida Spe- - . The Central Record, Thursday Sept 16 1915. PAINT LICK vine me past week. I Page 7 IIAMMACK CASTDRIA For Infanta and Chtldron. The Kind You Have Always Bought nKse awittpanilonforAs- Loiioi.3ri.ircEifF1 Bears the Signature of Ad In Promolcs DicsttonJChr rrfJ- - PS :sn Opiiiniorphlnc ror Mineral ma AHCUTIC. JtrrytttMIkXMmriUin JtxhlttWi. ikss una ms run .1 mm-tt- imr. Anerfftl rVmtdv fornroR'i 1 1on . Sour StOBuclt.Dlanfra N onas jrmrfu!$iorts.Fonisli Use For Over Thirty Years ncssanJ LossorSixtR The Comtaiu; NEW YORK. CcNTAi-- CASTORIA Etact Copy of Wrapper, BE IN A POSITION TO SHIP YOUR HAY TO THE BEST MARKETS The best prices prevail in localities where little hay is grown and where there is a limited amount of storage space. Haled hay can be readily shipped and occupies only one-fift- h the space required to store loose hay. Our line of International Motor Hay Presses includes 1 ixlS-inc- h Bale Chamber with I II C :, 4, or I'. Engine. 1C. Bale Chamber with 1 II C J or V. Engine. 17.22-inc- ii Bnle Chamber with I II C P. Engine. C-IS-inII. International Motor Hay Presses will bale more hay in a piven length of time than any other press of equal size. r, The tonue joint plunger, power jack, bale tension and sprinp; roller tucker arc features worth looking into. Drop in and see us the next time you are in town. PHONE 27. 5ecler, gallard Sc BRY ANTSVILLE. Kv Scott, A WAY up in the mountains of Western North Carolina ore the beautiful and attractive resorts of Ashevillc, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation nt one of these cool and delightful places or ntTate Spring, Tcnn. Round trip Excursion tickets arc on sale daily, good until October 31st, via Southern Railway of the allowed at all points. Three special Low Rate Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. For full infoimstlonsec Ticket Agent, Southern Rallway.or write II. II. Todd, Cislilct Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky, Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have mads his name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Baiks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. 00 IMrslty's ladlan Herbs a Dm' Trestment. . 2Se Dakota Jack's Cowboy Llalmnit 2U Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Pilce 10. 3 bars 1 .U.L ON SALC AT DAKOTA JACK The Nof1h"lcrn Cooboy PURSLXY S INDIAN HERBS C. C. 4 J. E. Slormes and R. E. McRocerls. omaiNtTo ot M Katie Clark visited her slater Mr. Menfee MeOuerrv. A scries of services began Rundsy M,M Ne,ie nmJ Ssje eM,ey will do tbo trick and make you feci Cne. mornijig at Mt Tabor. Wo know this positively. Take ona MnrkuliUrv with their moth.r- tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents. ! MiMMarKarctKra-.clsli.tl.ecue.tofMr. Edns Scott Is visiting friends. R. E. McRoberts Mrs, Ann Robinson In Lancaster. at UvitU ,, i,ancar ,h, Wl.c!(. .Mr, ICoLiort Arnohl nrxl sons, or men- Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Cook visited Mr. HL'ENA VISTA y monil, were quests of frler.ds here and Mrs. L W. AIcQuerrv Sindav Air. George Pilnter Is with his sister Miss Florence Christopher of Ilurgi Mr. John V. White of RietitwHtd', wns Mrs. Ilettle Pointer of Lincoln county, spnt the week's end here. Jhi' guest of Edwin Walker for the llr. ham Held" of Jestfltnine county week-enMr. J. Tlui Christopher is visiting was shaking bands with old friends in Lexington this weeK. Messrs Woods, J. Wado, nmi It. J. here Saturday and Sundav. .Messrs A. D. Scott ami It'.l.At Ribl Monday for the State Fair Walker Itev. Owens filled the pulpit Sunday were In Lexington Monday on businww in Louisville. Goo(J Hope church. Itev. A. C. IJaird at .Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruble of Dan Dr. Ilunlelle Ilamsoy wlw has been was called to the mountains to preach Another Menage ville visited his mother the first of the ipJlle III at the home of his son, is able a funeral Sunday. To the Business Men of Lancaster to lie out again. week. .Mr. Charles Dillon was hauling Mrs. nr.ictt Kemper, Tf turnodTues-da- y tobacco Friday .Mr. llenj. Allen aad family nf George Business fights shy of dead towns. A sure sign of a dead one is the lack of Iocs! and the team became to her home in Lexington after a frightened and ptide. People who live in a live, prosperous town shuw it. Their stores are attractstarted to run. Mr. Dil town were gtitsls of Mrs. L. H. Naylor visit to frlerds. ive, their streets cleart, their homes are well painted. Ion was thrown from the wagon ami Sunday of Pueblo, Nothing shows a lack of pride, a lack cf prosperity, like Mrs. Pnttle Englcmon, buildings. ,ur. ami .Mrs. John Kunle or near oom wneris passed over him He was Colorado has been the guest of Mrs. J. badly bruised L t's paint up. As the most durable and economical paint, we recommend about the head and shou'- - Danville spent the week's end with Wade Walker. relatives. ders, but will recover. Miss Mattie Woods left Wednesday .Mr. htanley Noae of Ilurgin spent for Madisn Institute where she will (Dutch Uoy Painter Trade Mark) Saturday and Sunday with his sister finish this yenr. ENDORSED AT HOME Mrs. J. W. Scott Jr. snd rute linseed oil, mlsed right on the Job. tr. suit the job. Have your painter James Woods and Author Eklridge Such Proof as This Should Convince Any Mr. and Mrs. Thos. C. Scott of Har- tint It any color you wish. leave, this week to enter Central rodsburg are spending the week with We carry all other paint necessaries also. Consult us on that Job of painting you I'nivcrsity for the year. Lancaster Citizens. have in mind. Today's the day. Mr. J. E. Scott and family. .Mr. nmi Mrs. It. G. Woods left Messrs. John L. Christopher and tl. The public endorsement of a local C. C. & J E Slormes for Louisville where they will citizen is the best nroot that can be P. Arderson of Lexington spent Sun tuke in the State Fair. day with Mr. and Mrs. J. E Scott. produced. None better, none stronger Mrs. Thompson Itamsey nod Miss can be had. When a man comes forI.ucile. of Lancaster, spent Saturday ward and testifies t his fellow Act1' Indigestion. with Mr and Mrs. Burdette Ramsey. addresses his friends awl neighI was annoyed for over a year by Miss Docih Metcalf entertained Sat bors, vou may bf sure he Is thoroughurday evening at cards. Delicious re ly convinced or he would not do so. attacks of acute indigestion." writes Mrs. M. J. Gallagher. Gsneva. N. Y. freshments were served and the even Telling one's experence when it i tor I ing wns most enjoyably spent by all the public good s tried everything that wai recom ah act of kindness present. mended to me .'or this complaint but that should be appreciated. The fol lowing statement given by a resident nothing did me much KOod until about I'KKACHERSVILLK of Lancaster adds one more to the many four months ago I saw Chamberlain's A Tablets advertised and procured a botcases or Home Miss Margaret Lunsford was at being published hndorsement which are tle of them from our druggist. I soon about Doan's Kidney (leech Orove Sunday at church. realized that I had gotten the right Pills. Read it. Mr. Sam Ramsey and Miss Annie thing for thev helped me at once. Since . C. Davis, Danville Pike tailor. llarnes, of Crab Orchard were in Lancaster, says. ".My kidneys were taking two bottles of them I can eat Preachersville Monday. disordered and I suiicred from aching heartily without any bad effects." Sold Mr. George GoinsMs quite ill of small poins across the small of my back. The by all dealers. pox at his home here. We understand irregular kidney action obliged me to the homes of a few of the neighbors rise at night. I have considerable RECEPTION AT STATE FAIR huve been quarantined as they had binding to do in my work and I became Given By Womans Club. frequently visiteil him before it easily tired and languid Doan's Kid The ney Pills relieved me." known the diseaso was small pox The Kentucky federation of woman's school, Sunday school and all public Price GUc. at all dealers. Don't simgatherings have been ordered stopped ply a for a kidney remedy get clubs will give a reception Thurday, by the Hoard pf Health. The protract Doan's Kidney Pills-t- he same that September Pi. at the State Fair, from 5 to 7 p. m. complimentary ed meeting at the liaptl.it church has Mr. Davis had. to Mr. J. Co., W. Newman. Commissioner of Agricu been indefinitely iiostponed. Props.. Ilutfalo. N. Y. ture, at which time, with Mrs. ( harles Mr. Timothy W. Payne and Miss Nan Weaver, as Chairman. The following nie Carpenter were united in the holy VI LLE. CARTERS Program will be rendered: bonds of matrimony last Thursday liar The Little Denver Redwine is very ill. of the Federation afternoon at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. Mr. Ernest Gabbard left for Ohio with the Department of Agriculture, W. C. HIankenship. Itev. E. II. TKrn .Mrs. Morris W. Bartlett, President of ton was the otiiciating minister and Sunday. K. F. W. C. rendered n very impressive ceremony Miss Lenna Hollon spent the week Improvements in Labor Laws and so those present testify. The weddin end in Rerea. Labor conditionsdunr.gpast fouryears, enme as quite a surprise to their many Mr. Robert Creech will enter Herea Mrs. R. P. Hallock. friends who were aware that thev were Colege Tuesday. Forward Steps in Rural Home Life. quietly courting but did not conside The meeting at White Lick Haptist Mrs. Helen U. Wolcott. their intentions as being serious. Ilu church closed Sunday night. ThJ Work In Home Economics as Cupid will have his Inning and noneare .Mr. E. R. Ray, the assessor, was Conttmplated by the Smith Lever Bill, proof against the arrows of Hymen' Mrs. E. A. Jones. helper, and staid bachelors aro not im here A'ednesday and Thursday. The Women as an Aid to State Work, Mr. and .Mrs. Tom Allen are proud mune. The groom is the youngest son On of the late Wm, Payne and was reare parents of a daughter born Sept. 11th. Hon. J. W. Newman. All are cordially invited. Refreshhere and is knowmas one of ourhaidet Misses Rosalina and Susie and Mr. A band wid working young men, honest, sober am John liinum Alten of Denver Colorado, ments will be served. make music and a good time is promisgentleman in every respect. While ure visiting here'. ed to vou. capital hand at any kind of work h t,. r.stridgc was struck over nr. excels us a carpenter and a fellow hus the eye with a ball In the Carte.aville- Ill to hustle to keep up with him. at 10 o'clock A. M. we will offer for sale on the premises in Richmond, Ky., Hattie game Saturday. bride is the youngest daughter of th Messrs C. S. Roop and Felix Penning the Farmers Tobacco Warehouse and'fixtures, indluding baskets, trucks, scales late David Carpenter and is an Hccom ton are working on the new school and in fact everything necessary for operating u Loose Leaf Tobacco House. plished young a. good house at Beechwood. Tne property is well located and in good repair on East Main street near the L cook and worthy of the man of he ; Misses Nellie Heazley of Marksbury & N. R. R. choice. We exteml our heartiest con grntulations to the happy young couple and Sallie Anderson of Manse were guests of Miss Cora Roop last Saturday Terms made known on day of sale. and hope they will never know sorrow Garrard Circuit foutt. and Sunday. ' and life will be one unending song. .Mr. Harry Turner and Miss Mvrt.'e Farmers Tobaeco Warehouse Company. Rudolph Wurlitzer Co.. Plaintiff. Ifedwine were married at Lancaster Liniment. Chamberlain's vs Thursday, September 9th. G. 11. Ruble, et al, Defendants. If you are ever troubled with aches A team uf our boys went to Rerea, Pursuant to a judgment rendered pains or soreness of the muscles, you to play the Hattie Baseball NineSatur4 herein at fjie June Term, 11)15, the will appreciate the good qualities of lay. L'ommisnioner will sell at pub The score was 5 to In favnr nf Many suf flattie. lie auction before the Court Houie door Chamberlain's I.initrent. In Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o clock from rheumatism and sciatica ferers a. m. or thereabouts, cn It uive used it with the best results. Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. MONDAY, SEPT 27th, 11115, s especially valuable for lumbago and '.My attention was first called to it being the first day of the Gurrard sine back. For sale byull dealers. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diurr County Court term, the personal prop noea itemeuy as much as twelve years erty mentioned in the pleadings and McCREARY ago. At that time I was seriously ill described as follows: One A'urlitzer Piano No 1S057. with summer complaint. One dose of The purpose of this sale is to satisfy Mrs. S. A. Hill has been ill. this remedy checked the trouble,"writ- - the drot due theplaintilf.Rudolph WurMr. W. II. Heozley and family were es Mrs. C. W. Florence, Kockfield. Ind. litzer Co., amounting to $107.00 with recent visitors at llerea. interest at six per cent per annum from For sale by all dealers. April 'J, 1913. until paid, and the estiMrs. U. L. Uurton is reported very mated cost of this action umountine: to much better at this writing. $30.U0. MARKSBURY Miss Marv Ham was the guest uf her TERMS: friend Miss Edith Ray, Sunday. Mrs. Ross and daughter or Fieedon. The sale will be made an a credit of Mrs. J. R. Tinslev entertained Itev. have been with Mrs. Hiram Land. three months and the purchaser will P. II. Canaray Saturday Hnd Sunday. Miss Bane West returned toherhome be required to execute bond wi'h ap proved security for the purchae price llradley llourne leaves Monday for in Lexington after a visit to relatives bearing six per cent interest from Lexington where he will enter college. here. date until paid, having the free and Mrs. Forest Calico wes the guest of Rev. and Mrs J. W. Mahan went to eirect of a judgment unon hid. exMr. Ambrose Calico and family last Mt. Hebron Sunday to be present at ecution may issue, payable ti W. H. .Brown, Master Commissioner of Gar week. the beginning of u revival service. rard Circuit Court, and a lien will be Mrs. Mike Forbes was in Lancaster Mr. Tom Chesnut. Misses MaryChe:- - retained upon the said personal property Saturday the guest of her mother, Mrs nut and Minvtl Bogie went said purchase money is paid' to Paint until the Brown, W. H. Master Commissioner J. W. Raney, who is ill. Lick and Kirksville Sunday to visit Garrard Circuit Court. Miss Edna Gulley was the attractive friends. Mr. Robert Gulley and family Misses Mary Chesnut, Elizabeth f;uest of Simpson and Mlnvel llogiu went to Mrs. John Lay ton was hostess at a Louisville this week to attend the fair. well appointed noon day dinnerSunday, Mrs, Ino Dunn of Ilurgin and Mr. the honor guests being Mr. anil Mrs. T. and Mrs. Roy Dunn of Minnesota, weie Mrs. W. T. Hrad.huv the guests of the formei's 0. Hill. Mr. and hoot A n cicIqiIt muil brother Mr. ttb lltia Hfptruibtfrtlsno. t ro and L. T. Ilradshaw and family, A Jim Clark, Sunday. most enjoyable day was spent by those tk'hK. Uuu. Thtorr Mr. G. M. Huffman comes from his Laugutf-assembled. la H j ot Jlu f iwrtibltj work at Danville home every night on rutriiitf ftDd Hlfbt KtAUiRf, httth and luat runic tit I. bicycle. On last Saturday night a Ixploiatat issti. Arlitt flrte. Tmiiuuliw I vt ctl t eNUr week ago, his wild ride home thru the luruiit-rstorm was accompanied with varied 1- -2 experiences. A dog in the neighborhood that had become notorious for chasing T i tl rli'.r catirrh Is a autos, buggies etc. Just us Mr. Huffman was passing the farm house, the rreva'cr.t 3lst tse. Catarrh Highest Gash Prices Paid tan MC'inieh Ts often as dog lying in wait for something tu n IVrl.aps evry any thjp teaiie caught Urn and pulled him off. H you have any Black Waln'it tim- -. th.rj persrn U mil sr less After a icullle in a puddle of water bcr on your pl.vo whi you would liko I trouMc J w!tk.r'omucli catarrh. with the dog he mounted and ran Into to convert into extensively used tu IVpina la cah at 11 (w. A A7Vl 0Vi1 T5 CX huge rock pile, rolled over and hung nnrket price, write at once statins num. llitse caras. & wire fence. After a hunt his bcr, Ue and tlti km- - of Iojj y m could in fur THE r.ntABic bicycle in the dark he arrived home un- furnitlia.ndat what R. R. shipping point. rtwut . . , . . REMEDY recognized by his family, as he was c.c. uengei&Bro.co. inc., Louisvin(Ky. dripping wet snd covered with mud. mr.u. That in nou.s- - m. lrea.wny wan Is what a lot of people tell u.' Usually their bowels only need cleansing. "I Don't Foci Good" ' Sun-ila- scatter J y Phoenix White Lead y citi-zen- Horses Any one having any of the Foster-MHbui- above tb sell, should phone me at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. W". E. Bur to j Lancaster - - - Kentucky. For Sale Al Public AUction 11 c Saturday, October, 2nd. house-keepe- Commissioner's Sale of Personalty. 0. ft. WRIGHT Of COLUMBIA, TENN., will be at LAN CASTER TO BUY Saturday, September 10th. louisiflkCoiwwoiy Krlusk i nUtuiairis-iUleitTstutfi- MULES from 14 Stomach Catarrh Is nf-tu- ts Very Prevalent WeWantWalnutLogs to 3 15.3 hands high gl and from to 10 years old. s,t wdll Ull JT. VVXiglil, Ul PERM !, J, , Fox ior iuther lmormation. mm m HORF9 MOOS. LANESTOCE and CHOP. Thursday, September 23rd, 1915 AKTO TVT IIIbLO. ivi kj 13 nice shoats weigh about 90 pounds, three sows and pigs, 12 fat hogs ready for market. beginning at 9:30 a. m., at his late residence, one mile West of Lowell on the L. & N. Railroad in Garrard County, sell to the highest bidder the following personal property of J. R. Henderson, deceased. Two brood mares, in foal; 2 mule colts; 1 horse colt; I nine year old horse mule; 1 five year old mare mule; 2 four year old mules; 3 three year old mules. 3 two year old mules; 1 yearling mule; 1 yearling filly; 1 five year old draft mare; 1 four year 2 family horses gentle for women and children. old buggy mare; CATTLE. One Short Horn Bull; one cow and calf; one heifer, to be fresh In October; two yearling heifers. e corn planter, one steel land roller, one cutting har-One Deering Binder, one Deerlng mowing machine, one 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 stripper, one set wagon harness, four sets plow gear, one large kettle and furnace, about 150 barrels new corn In heap, 200 bales of mixed hay. Some household and kitchen furniture including one Organ and old fashion corner cubbard. Many other things too numerous to mention. If not sold before, at the same time and place, we will offer the farm containing 249 acres, and known as the John R. Henderson farm, located one mile from Lowell on the L. 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 Im6 N. railroad, proved, havingra residence of seven rooms, a large new stock barn, a five acre tobacco barn, all the necessary out buildings, a good cistern and splendid well. A tenant house on this farm of five rooms, good barn and all out buildings and good cistern. The best watered farm in Garrard county, with seven never failing springs and two large ponds and all in grass except about forty acres. It is so situated that it can be divided into three small farms, if purchasers desire. Terms made known on day or sale. Phone 357-Lancaster Exchange, for further information, write or call on A R1VI IMfJ TlXrPI PIVF RIMT o. two-hors- A two-hors- one-fourt- B W. A. & S. C. HENDERSON, ADMRS. Capt. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. TO LEASE. DINNER ON THE GROUND. Mrs. W. K. Shugars was called to Winchester Wednesday on account of the illness of her sister, Mrs. H. C. Nunnelley, whs is reported quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. W. II . Wearen and daughters, Misses Sadie and Annette Wearen spent several days last week in Lexington with relatives and friends. Miss Josephine Hayden, of Paris, who has been here the guest of her Mrs. Permelia Brown and other relatives has returned home. Forestus Reid and family, of Danville who have been spending the summer at their farm near this city, have returned to Danville to spend the winter. Mrs. Jessie Stagg and daughter'. Misses Maggie and Elizabeth Stagg have returned home from Hustonvllle, where they have been the guests of grand-mother, NOTICE To Rtgnlale Stock Running At Large Magisterial District No 4 in Gar- 1st. class Garage, in desirable location, or will hire good mas on salary. W. In J. ROMANS. rard Coustr Ky. FARMER'S COLUM N dpaee below thlt beading ! lot Ibe exclu-ir- e uie of our farmer eubacrlbere. and It (or be file ol Hock, pain and inch thing, on firm ai Ibe farmer cannot afford 10 ,adrer-tti- e. No notice will be accepted orer lour lloea. and will be only In (wo ltiuea ol tbe tcoan, free of charge Wanted to rent a farm. Cash rent. Emory McWorter. jgoggs&oo Jim Philips bought 7 mules at Stanford, ranging in price from $75 to $125 a head. J. V. Elmore sold a pair of 18 hand mules to W. S. Weaver, of Lincoln, for $425. Felix Lane bought a cheap bunch of calves of different parties at an average of about $15. Keubeu Prather bought nine heifers of Stephens and Foley that cost him Magisterial District. about $28 each. Notice U hereby given that E. L. Woods, and otnertt more than 20 names citizens resident of faint Lack t'recinct No. 8. on the 14th day of Aug. 11)15 filed in the Clerks olliee of the Garrard County Court tneir petition in persuance to Sections Nos. 40,8. 4847, 4848, 4049, 485U and 4851 of tne Kentucky Statutes which is an act to tegulate stock running at large in Magisterial District No. 4, in said County and State and whereas on the same date to wit; August, 14th, 11)15, in the same styled action E. I). Cooley and over 20 other resident citizens oi I'recinct No 9, tiled their petition in the said County Clerks olliee in persuance to Sections Nos. 484U, 4647. 4848. 4841), 4650, and 4851 of the Kentucky Statutes which is an act to regulate stock running at large in magisterial District No. 4. in the aforesaid County and State and whereas the Judge of the Carrard County Court the petitions above refered to the Fiscal Court of Garrard County at the August Special Term 14th day of August, 1915, said court after hearing the said petitions read by a unanimous vote of tbe Court, ordered said election if desired, bv the voters of all the Magisterial Districts of Garrard County and shall not be confined to any one for K. M. I . where he attend school this year. Miss Katherine Anderson was the guest last week of Mrs. Ben Cormney at Lancaster. Mrs. E. C. Jordan has returned borne after a visit to Mrs. A. L. Foster at Hustonvllle. Miss Lucy Lee Walton spent last week in Hustonville the guest of relatives and friends. W. H. Todd is visiting relatives and friends at his old heme in Columbia, Adair county, this week. Miss Lottie Carson went to Lancas ter Wednesday to be the guest of her cousin, Miss Allie Yantis. Mrs. Jennie Wolfe, of Danville, is the guest of her sisters. Mrs. T.J. Hill Sr. and Mrs W. T. Tucker. Miss Margaret Shugars, of Richmond has been the guest of W. K. Shugars and family for several days. Miss Martha McClary and date social functions that has bet n in this city in many months was the Rook Party given on Tuesday evening by Mrs. Clarence E. Tate at her handsome home on West Main Street in honor of her nieces. Misses Margaret and Louise Payne, of Paris. France. The house was artistically decorated in summer flowers and potted plants. The guests were received in the library bv Mr. Clarence E. Tate, Misses Payne and Miss Katherine Reid' Mrs. William Shanks presided at the punch bowl in her usual charming manner. At the conclusion of the game an elaborate salad course was bountifully served. The Woman's Club of Stanford had a call meeting on last Wednesday, the first meeting since the adjournment in early summer. The meeting wss held in the club rooms at thu court house with a large attendance. Mrs. S. M. If Saufler. the retiring president was leader. The new officers, who are as follows were installed for the coming year: Mrs. Wm. Severance, President: Mra. J. II. Paxton and Mrs. T. J. Hill. Vice Presidents. Mrs; W. II. Shanks. corresponding Secretary; Miss Belle Denny, recording Secretary and Mrs. W. G. Withers. Treasurer. The club is now preparing to give a minstrel here in the near future. m I Mrs. Will Riffe. Miss Lucile Gastineau, who has been attending the Normal at State University this summer, has returned to this city and taken up her work at the Stanford High School. Mrs. L. M. Westerfleld and children, of Paris, who have been visiting relatives at Junction City, stopped over here several day with her aunt, Mrs. M D. Elmore on her return home. Dr. Lee F. Huffman and wife, of Lexington, were the guests of County Clerk G. B. Cooper and family this week en route to Crab Orchard Springs, where they will spend a week or more. Mrs." Louanna Holdam, of Muskogee. Okla., who has been the guest of relatives and friends here and at Crab Orchard returned home this week, She was accompanied at far as Louisville by Mrs. PARKS, HENDREN Incorioratrtl. Sc CO. Etta Muel- at Stanford last Monday and trict. Witness mv hand as Clerk of the bought 107 head that averaged him Garrard County Court this Sept. 14, about $27.50. 1915. Attest. J. W. Hamilton, Clerk, Mr. Mike Kennedy, of Bryantsvllle, 9 'Lilsold his handsome saddle mare, lian" to Col. Bennett II. Young, of STANFORD Louisville, for $225.- calves 16-- The Garrard County Court at a Ilolinan Brown bought a bunch of special term Aug. 23rd, 1915 in the above styled cause of E L. Woods and 6 cents, that will probnice steers for others oil petition entered an order that ably weigh 750 pounds. an election be held in Magisterial DisG. A. Swinebroad bought 11 calvesof trict No. 4 comprised of Faint Lick voting precinct No. 8 and Union preF. L. Thompson, all good quality, at cinct No. 9 which suid election is to be an average at $31 around. held on Tuesday November 2nd 1915 and the officers of election are ordered Center Brothers of upper Garrard, and directed to open a pole for tbe purbought nine head of yearling cattle at pose of ascertaining the will of the voters of such district upon the quesStanford, Monday for $30 a head. tion whethei or not they wish cattle Morris J. Farris mule a specialty of generally to run at large in Bald dis Strayed to my place a steer weighing Miss Isabella Reynolds, of McKlnney, Owner can have about COO pounds. , same by proving property and paying is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Hunn. James Cooper and Spalding Hill will II. G. McWhorter. "pasture. attend Centre College this year. Paint Lick. Ky. f S. J. Bell, of Middlesburg, was here W. S. Weaver recently sold his farm containing about 125 acres to Mr. Mike the first of the week on business. Rogers, for $85 an acre. Mr. Weaver Claiborne Walton spent Sunday and has moved to Boyl county where he Monday at Somerset with friends. has just purchased nice farm. Mrs. C Hays Foster and Miss Emuia Hays were in Danville Friday for awhile Boyce Hunn and Happy Farmer will be students at State University this year. Mrs. W. H. Urady is the guest of her mi m ttxitlvi talita on, James Urady and wife at HarrodaJ burg. $WGffWfl4J . Igo Perry left the first of the weak R. E. McRobsrta Tkia Tnlht i i ler went to Pittsburg, Pa., Tuesday, where they will teach this year. W. G. Smith, formerly of the State Bank & Trust Co. spent a few days in Lexington on business this week, Mrs. J. F. Dudderar and Mrs. George F. DeBorde were the guest of Miss Lucy Spoonamore at Hubble this week. Misses Louise Hamilton and Margaret Payne, of Paris. France, are the guest of their uncle, C. E. Tate and family. Miss lierta Jean Penny has returned to the Conservatory of Music at Cincinnati, where she will study and teach this year. Misses Maud Carter and Mary Elizabeth McKlnney left Wednesday for Cave Springs. Ga., where they will teach this year. Mesdames G. C. Perry and J. N. Saunders and Igo Perry and James Cooper spent Saturday in Lexington with friei'ds. Mra. Kate Jones, of Columbia, Mo., who has been the guest of her brother, W. P. Grimes and family, is visiting at Lancaster. Mrs. Laura Hundley and' daughter, Miss Sarah Hundley left Wednesday for Louisville, where they will remain for several months. Mr. Arch Lees, of Pittsburg, Pa, has been the guest of Miss Nancy Yeager for several days. They attend ed the fair at Somerset. returned this Miss Marlon Grime week to Transylvania University, Lex Inirton where she will take up her tudiei for the second year. Mrs. It. II. Metcalf and childrei., of McKlnney, who have been the guests of J. M. Metcalf and family at Paint Lick, have returned home. Miss Sallie Cook, of Pittsburg. Pa , who has been the guest of ber sister, other Mrs. George B. Cooper and relatives returned this wk. Danville, Ks. i 7n nounce Jhe Fall Exposition ForYoung Men And Mai Who Stylftug J. S. Rice. The Sewing Circle was entertained at the home of Miss Verna Route Wednea day afternoon in a very charming man ner. The afternoon was an enjoyable one and the feast of good things was the feature of the afternoon. Misses Eva Rankin, of this city, and Elizabeth Dye, of Danville, left Tuesday for Niagara Fal's, Toronto, Canada and other points In north. They went on the Bownar tour as the guest of the I. J. having won the trip in the popularity contest. The Dixie Rook Club was delightfully entertained by Mrs. Jame II. Wright at her beautiful country home on Thursday afternoon. The house and lawn were decorated for the occasion. Thera Delicious rewere about ten tables. freshments were served. Miss Laura Clay, of Lexington, ad dressed a large audience at the court house here Monday afternoon on woman suffrage. She received many applauses during her address, which was greatly enjoyed by men as well as women. Miss Clay hai been life long worker for this causa and quit an eloquent and convincing speaker. One of tba most njoyable and up-to- - t