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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 23, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915092301_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 23, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE REUdlOk, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD (10VERNMEN7. fWKNTT SIXTH TSAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 23. 191 5. Hand Us That $. Commercial Club Meets Tonight. Charlie Chaplin, the world's funniest comedian, will be in Lancaster Friday. See him on the streets in afterAnd Bidding Slow Al Hubble Sale. noon and at Itomans Opera House at The Jack and Jennet sale of U G. night. He will make you laugh. Hubble, which took place yesterday near Hubble, was very poorly attended HARPY FATHER. and the stock sold exceeding low. About twenty jennets of different ages A beautiful little girl arrived at the were sold nt an average of about tW, happy home of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton some selling as low as J15J Only a few Elxin last Monday morning. She has young jacks were sold, all young ones been christened, Emily Anne. and for practically nothing. Two aged jacks were taken down with no bid of- NUMBkR Sat SMALL CROWD We are well equipped for furnishing your home with Kirk Klcans Klothe s. Phone 76. .1 oa, The apparel of the woman claimi the man. oft pro- - Superior and Hoosier 1 p About 420 miles of roaJ ore reported to be under cotutructlon In Kentucky under the State aid plan. What WILL the woodcock gay when he sees the handsome STONE pillars of the courthouse painted. Wc sterilize your clothes while press ItiR them, killing all disease carrying Plumbing, Heating S lb m fered. SCOTT WHEAT DRILLS 1 and all class of tin work. germs. Kirk the Kleancr. President Wilson Is making " close rial study of the probable cost of streng' thenlng the army and navy. very it not burn your leaves them Our work is fully guaran- - g unhealthy your garden they are valuable manure. teed and satisfaction as- - & With clear can cm any to the eye Lancaster, the best 3 the sured. Give us a trial. Do on and besides you as Is as need I a man in to on conscience you and tell him which Is look go place gtobe. Conn Brothers. j LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. jg There are two ways of getting Into a newspaper purchasing an interest and purchasing an interview. There is still another way pulling the wool over the editor' eyes and getting In for nothing. This is n very popular form of entry. Whenever you hear a man glorifying the past and driveling of the gcod old days, you may be suru that man's physical and intellecturnl powers are waning, and that he is straggling farther and farther behind in the rush The best of the world's progress. thing about the good old days is that they have not a return ticket. The scarcest things on earth today are men. There are lots or "average men." and a few men of "more than ordinary nbilit," but when it comes to real men men of character, men of force, men whose names tire things to conjure with, men whose time is worth a thousand'dollars a week because peo ple trust them they are few and far between,. Tire Way to Better Light X I lilrnRfflkl days church progress and large crowds are in attendance every afternoon and evening. Dr. Hibshman spoke to the Odd Fellow? last night, his subject being "The Good Samaritan"- his address will be of a Masonic nature, his theme being, "The Stone Which Builder Rejected Has Become the Head of The Corner." The meeting will con tinue throughout the week and will close as has been announced next Sun day night. His sermons every Sunday afternoon to men only, have been exceptionally good and he has been greeted with good audiences at these News came to Lancaster yesterday announcing the death of Mrs. Ida Scott J. P. of Jessamir.e county. Mrs. Scott had been in declining health for some time Buying Mule Colts. and her death was not unexpected to Squire Jim Bourne Informs the her intimate friends end relatives. She that he will be In Lancaster wos a sister of Airs. Homer W. Batson, County Court Day for the purpose of of Louisville. buying from twenty to twenty-fiv- e mule colts. There has been little market for mule colts In this County up to this WHAT THE DOG TAX DOES. date, but those who have mule colts The dog tax, after paying for the they desire to dispose of could probably sheep killed, will contribute $39,022.4G find a sale for them in Lancaster Mon- toward the education of the 743,501 day, County Court Day, it being very school children In Kentucky this year. likely there will be other buyers here While it will go back to the counties also. from which it orginated, and while some counties exhausted the fund paving for dogtklllcd sheep, which makes LARGE CROWDS the distribution uneaual. the dnir will have contributed a proportionate share m Attend Protracted Meeting. or the atate school fund amounting to The meeting that began at the Presover 18 cents for each child. byterian ago is still in ten SQUIRE BOURNE Blizzard FEED CUTTERS. LEXINGTON TROTS. The Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association at Lexington, owners of the most perfectly appointed trot- id ting course in the world, the fastest track. olTers the largest purses, schedules thj most important events and Bttracts thousands of visitors from all over the United States. It has done fFtiJ more to promote the breeding industry than any trotting association in the country. It has helped make Kentucky I Haselden Bros., Lancaster. Kentucky 31 1 1 BABIES HEALTH CONTEST At State Fair. the greatest nursery for the trotter of any state in the union. The October Meeting will be held the 4th to ICth inclusive and excursion rates are given on all railroads. ROAD BONDS II IE 1Z WANTED 5000 DOZEN EGGS Fresh Eggs 19c, extras candled 20c. H. II. Northcott, PIE SUPPER POSTPONED. The pie supper advertised In the last issue of this paper, to be held at Her ring's School House has been Indefin ably postponed. With blue ribbons pinned to each shoulder of theif little white frocks, and a fat bank account snugly tucked away in the pockets of the fond papas and mammas, the two grand prize winners of the babies' he.lth contest at the State Fair were borne in triumph from the big pavilion, where the prizes were awarded Friday afternoon. Helen LaVerne Sweeney, of Jeffer-sontow- n, DEFEAT ED IN LINCOLN. G. M. LYON'S STORE By a majority of only 30 a proposal to votel$130,000 in road bonds was defeated in Lincoln county Saturday and only 1,600 votes were cast out of about 4,000 in the county. BUSY CASH FULL LINE OF MENS AND BOYS and William Mackin, of 1218 ROAD BUILDING ADDRESS TO MASONS. Save your money and triple your light. Enjoy the home comforts and conveniences arroraea oy NATIONAL MAZDA LAMP. Buy them in the Blue Convenient Cartons, regular home size 75c. each R. E. Mc ROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. Dr. A. II. Hibshman will give special talk to Masons at the Presby- boy 93.5. The first prize winner in the class, All members terian church are asked to meet at Lodge room 12 to 24 months, was Wm. A. Elkln, son of Lee Elkln and grandson of promptly at seven o'clock. Armp Elkin, both of whom were born in Lancaster, so he is a Garrard Co., ADVISE SCHOOL LIBRARIES. product after all. South Sixth street, are the names of the children who win the $50 prizes for the highest score made by boy and girl a babies, the little girl scoring 94.4 the IN KENTUCKY. Sixty roads, totbling about 420 miles In length, are now under construction e with state aid, and inspectors, are engaged in supervising the work. Plans for about 800 miles of road work all told have been submitted to the State Road Department. County Judge Asher, of Bell, has broken the precede his ent in the State by going county for an engineer, and has employed a man who has been engaged in building roads in Wise county, Virginia which voted a large bond Issue. fifty-fivout-sid- Suits, Sliofis,Hats, Caps Everything new and for Ladles, and Children. Also the largest line of MILup-to-da- te LINERY ever shown in Give us a Call. Lancaster. The State Department of Education is sending out to teachers a bulletin advising them to acquire school libraries and giving a list and advice about the selection and installation of the TWO ROADS IN COUNTY Being Constructed Under State Aid. G. ' M LANCASTER. - LYONS. KENTUCKY. I Lopu,Aiiiersoii8iTomliiison "Where Quality Reigns Supreme." The Spot Light of Economy points the way to Logan, Anderson & Tomllnson, where you can supply your clothes wants from the very finest goods at really modest prices. merchandise throughout; nothing mediocre here. Every suit and coat has passed a rigid examination for wearing qualities, tailoring and style correctness. Top-notc- h I BUYS REGISTERED SOW. While at the State Fair in Louisville ast week Mr. W SEmbry tells us that he purchased a fine Poland China sow, that is bred in the purple and is a fine This sow cost Mr. Embry individual. $C5 and ho says he got a bargain. GOOD SHEEP SALE. Mr. It. E. Henry recently sold to Washington county parties a bunch ot 150 sheep that he had just gotten from Arkansas, for $5.25 a head. Mr. Henry has several cur loads more on the road and from the quality of the sheep he should find little difficulty in disposing of them. If you want good clothes at money saving prices, keep this advertisement in mind. KENTUCKY PRESS MEETING. Over two miles of state aid road has been built in the county, one mile on the Stanford pike and about one mile on the Lexington road and all who have seen these roads, pronounce them the best they have ever seen. Three miles of this road Is being constructad by the cnunty under the supervision of the state agent, while fourteen miles has been let by contract to Hughes Brothers and Ward, for for $1.45 a cubit yard. The estimated cost of these two roads Is about $1,000 a mile, the aid the county receives from the state, paying for one half of it, reduces the cost very materially. It is thought by many if these roads are now given n good coat of oil, they wilt lust for fifteen years without any further work than to keep the ditches open. The metal for the Stanford road is being shipped from Mt Vernon and about twenty car loads a week ure being delivered. GERMANS HAVE LOST il " T TWENTY SUBMARINES. The Germans have lost twenty submarines since the beginning of tho war. according to an editorial note in the Motor Ships and Motor Boats, while the British losses have been only seven, including the the destruction of which was announced yesterday. When the war commenced, the paper declares. Germany had eleven sea going sub marines and sixteen of the smaller type. while up to June ten new boats had been added. The assertion is made that the Germans now have only fourteen sea going underwater boats, two of which are in the Mediterranean. E-- Old Hickory WAGONS. Light Running. Well seasoned material. One that has an established reputation. Substantially built. Cleanliness Phone 70. is next to Godliness, The executive committee of the Kentucky Press Association met at Louisville last Friday and selected Dec as the next date for their ember meeting, which is to be This committee held at Lexington. will meet tigain in Louisville at the Seelbacli, to arrange tho entire 27-2- 8 POWER FROM DANVILLE Is Latest More For Municipal Ownership. VOTE FOR TOM BALLARD. For Sheriff TRAT' Clothes For MenYoung Men SELLS TROTTING HORSE. Mr. Forest Stapp sold his trotting horse, Uondale, to Air. L. b. Itajley, This was of Wilson N. C, for $950. considered one of the best horses Mr. Stapp has ever owned, royally bred and could show a mile in 2.1 A although he held no record. Mr. Hadlev will race this horse through the North Carolina $15. to be had. $18. $20. represent the ceaseless efforts we are making to produce the best moderate price clothes We carry the strongest and largest line of work shoes ever shown in a city of this size. Don't put off coming in. Be here-bri- ght and early-tomorr- ow. circuit. IN AGAIN, OUT AGAIN. LOGAN, ANDERSON & TOMLINSON Everything For Men. Mr. John Magee, a former resident and business man of the city was in our city last week and opened up a new stock of gents furnishings next to the Itecord office. Mr. Magee was only here three days however betore he sold the entire stock to Mr. S. N. Davis, our local merchant. We were sorry to lose Mr. Magee so soon, but glad he succeeded in dispos ing of his stock, although he sold Hats sacrifice to Mr. Davis who is now re tailing It to his customers at great bargains. To the voters of Garrard County:- Dr. Fayette Dunlap and Messrs Irvine It is generally known that the late and Llpps of Danville met by invitation, a special meeting of tho city council Curt A. Robinson was elected sherilT largest last Monday night, at which time the of Garrard county by one of the advisability of getting electricity from majorities ever given any man, and was his The Danville Light and Power Company that George T. Ballard Jr., was discussed. The plan suggested is chief deputy, George T. Ballard Sr., a very plausible one, while nothing de- his father, being a partner with Mr. finite has been proposed as to the price, Robinson in the emoluments or fees of It is believed by those who know, that the office. If Mr. Ballard is elected of years, it will be much cheaper than it can be for the two pledged,yet remaining so, the to and juajly produced here. These gentlemen re- term, he is presenting the Danville power p'ant, give the widow of Mr. RoMfeen half have promised to make a proposition to the profits or fees of the office, which prothe council the next meeting night, as certainly belong to her as any ofwhich will be the first Monday night in perty he left her. The truth is, an beOctober. Cities very much larger than fice is a most sacred property right, highLancaster are getting there "juice" ing bestowed by the people, the and it would be the gros from other cities; Paris being one that est authority, gets her service from Lexington, we sest injustice to deprive the holders of It is are told, for less than two cents a such property of their rights. kllowat. It is thought that Lancaster by not believed that the voters of Garrard building the line to Danville, can get county will overlook the principles of this "juice" for about two cents. This justice and equity in this race. If the and Ballard will give us a twenty-fou- r hour service office belonged to Robinson reat a much less cost than we are now before Mr. Robinson a death, the getting for an eight hour service. The mainder of the term belongs to Ballard city should own and control her light and Mr, Robinson's widow. If the voters will calmly consider plant and this looks like a good prothis, as a matter of right and justice, position on the face of it. they will not recall or revoke what they We handle only genuine Kanawha have done, and Tom Ballard will be salt. The best Is none too good for our elected by an overwhelming majority. Fair Play. Adv. customers. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau1 When you go to buy a Wagon What do You Want? 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th Attractively painted. Strongly ironed. Safely guaranteed. Manufactured by reputable manufac- turers. Sold by responsible dealers. the Old Hickory aWgon. You find all of this in Come And We Will Show You. W. J. ROMANS Lancaster, Ky. wm mm i i r Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 23, 1915. V 2eH We are the people with the shop, machinery, the stock and the men to give you good, prompt work at extremely low prices. We are the people who appreciate every dollar's worth of business you give us. Stop! Look! Listen! 2 A'JT ARNOLD built the best buggies years ago-- he is doing the same today. They are sold direct to the consumer, saving all middle mens' profit. Soliciting your future business, ARNOLD BUGGY WORKS. M sewing a delicious salad course was ! same covenant which was used by the A WORD TO FARMERS. I served the church when it was first organized Mrs. W. K. Shugars who has been in 1732. Last Saturday a farmer came in this visiting her flister. Mrs. II. C. Nunnel-le- y Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sander;, Mr. office and we were discussing the im at Winchester, underwent an opera- - Tom Chcsnut, Miss Minvel Bogie, Mr. portance of selecting and caring for J. V. Seaton of Linden, Clerk of ! the Circuit Court of the Twelfth Ju- tion while there and is getting along Pose, Mises Elizabeth Simpson and seed corn. He said he lost ut least $i00 dicial District of Tennessee, was for nice, her host of friends here are glad Mary Chesnut, and Mr. nml Mrs. Ryley by not selecting and caring for his seed years a sufferer from stomach troubles to knnw. Ison who attended the State Fair this corn and other seeds last year. In part a result of his confining I Mrs. E. I'. Woods and daughter Miss week have returned home. Take w.irning my farmer friend, and He tried doctor after doctor. work Susan Fisher Wood entertained at select your seed corn this fall while He tried medicines without end. Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. viu hAVt ttlentv f time. l)n It uhile One day he took a dose of Mayr's Rook, at their beautiful country home i on last Friday afternoon. you are passing through the field ad- There were Ho wrote: Wonderful Itemedy. "My attention was first called to Remember if you "Your medicine Is the best In the nine tables of guests and quite a few Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr- miring vour crop. world for any form of stomach trouble. who did not play. A most delicious Ice a good strain of corn it doesn't hoea Remedy as much as twelve years hae buy I am glad to say that after taking the course was served. pay to from someone else. Follow ago. At that time I was seriously ill full treatment I feel that I am well. the following rules and select yourseed Miss Sallie Eubanks, who has made with summer complaint. One dose of corn this fall. "I had very severe pains In my stomach all the time. One bottle of your her home fer several years with Miss this remedy checked the trouble, "writ Rules for selecting seed corn: for es Mrs. C. W. Florence. Rockfield. Ind. medicine did me ten times as much Florence Givens, left Monday 1. Secure from hills with twoormorj good as all the doctors' medicine that Georgia, where she has accepted For sale by all dealers. I took for two years. My family phy- position In the D. & D. School as nurse stalks. sician told me that I would never be 2. Secure from stalks bearing two or any better today I am well. I have She will be in the same school with more ears. Miss Edna Edna Kavanaugh. of Lan HYMN TO THE REPUBLIC. gained twenty-fivpounds." 3. Secure ears at proper height from Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per- caster. (By Grosvenor Clarkson. the ground. manent results, for stomach, liver and Quite a shock was received here Fri "I turn, then, and look to theAmeri J. Secure shanks of medium length Intestinal ailments. Eat as much an day night when the tad news was cir you like. No more distress whatever can people, and to that God who has with ears hanging down. after eating, pressure of gas In the culated that Mr. Henry Clay Farris never forsaken them." Abraham Lin 5. Spread out the seed in a dry, stomach and around the heart. Get one had died suddenly. He was on th coln. 1SG2. warm place. bottle of your druggist now and try It street most of the day, seemingly in 0. Select ears well rounded over at on an absolute guarantee if not satis- good health. He went home to supper Heed not the little mounting talk of tip ends. factory money will be returned. men. and did not complain of being 111 at all. Weigh long the faintest whisper of 7. Select ears large around. About nine o'clock his daughter-in-law- , Almighty God; 3. Select ears with smrll cob and Mrs. George II. Farris, with whom he STANFORD Peer far into the vistas of the common large kernals. made his home, heart him come in and 9. Select ears with ken. asked him how he was, as he had com grains. Mr. J. S. Hocker was in London early Seek cut the vision of the genius and plained of suffering with indigestion 10 Select ears with grains in straight last week on business. the clod; Mrs. Farris immediately went to his rows. Mrs. Joseph Coffey, who has been ill room and asked if he did not want Brood deap, 0 thou my country, silent 11. Select ears with grains rather to the gales for some time is improving. something and he replied that he had . V. R. Todd spent the weed-enat been to the drug store to get something That roar their pregnant furies 12. Select ears with grains plump and 'round thv noble dreams, Columbia with his home folks. but it was locked. She then went and Sons firm on cob. of the North, hold firm the scales! Dr. and Mrs. W, B. O'Bannon att- telephoned the doctor, but when she You can readily see that it would be returned to his room he was dead. His Accross the cryptic seas beneath red impossible to avail yourself of the first ended the State Fair last week. reeling skies, four rules unless you select your se;d Hurnside Huffman, of Columbus, Ga. death was said to be due to angina Old lands in travail call the unawaken from standing corn. It may be well to pectoris. The deceased was in his 74th is here visiting relatives and friends. ed queen year and had spent most of his life In point out a few of these four rules; Madam Rumor has it that there are this county, having come here from Ot all the western world to sweep with In the first place, an ear that has to be several fall weddings in this city. them where dies I'ulaski county in his early life. Since grown in a hill of two or more stalks Jesse Walter, of Greendale came the departure of his daughter Mrs. E. Or lives their hope, which sentiment that grew by itsejt Is naturally a more home end spent the week-en- d with his R. Hutchings, who mov?d to Scott Co, right alone keeps green; vigorous one and should make better wife. he had made his home with his son, G, Where battle-god- s that foolish men seed, other things being equal. Again Miss Lottie Carson is the guest of II. Fan is. Besides his two children he thought dead swing flails if you take your seed from stalks of her cousin, Miss Allie Yantis of Lan- is survived by two brothers, Joseph E. ut wrath and lust from sun to sun, two ears on them even If not quite so caster. from star to star. and Maurice Farris of Danville. The large as where only one ear grew on a Sons of the East, hold firm the scales! stalk, you can in a few years develop a Mr. and'Mrs. W. R. Rice of Louisville funeral was held Sunday afternoon by have been the guests of Mrs. Susan B. Rev, Bruce, pastor of the Presbyterian Brood deep. 0 thou my country! Choose strain and is ecpualiy as good as another Yeager. church of which Mr. Farris was a deof corn that will almost invariably pro ye the peace Mr. and Mrs. James A. Beazley, of voted member. Interment occurred at That may who knows? corroJe thy duce two ears to tho stulk. Therefore Lancaster, were here Saturday lor a Bulfalo Springs cemetery. select best ears from stalks with two mighty frame, short time. Or do ye cast thy all Into a timeless or more ears. Then it is of advantage to have, ears Chamberlain's Mrs. Nannie Chenault of Richmond lease Liniment. was the recent guest of Miss Susan With fate? Only thy conscience can from three and a half feet to five from If you are ever troubled with aches, the ground, not only because it is easFisher Woods. forestall thy shame, pains or soreness of the muscles, you Miss Dora Straub, who lias been ill will appreciate the good qualities of With one go fruitful cafe and lack of ier to handle, In cutting, stripping, and topping, but also your corn will ripen women's wails, for several weeks is thought to be some Chamberlain's Llnirrent. Many sufBut where the bugles blow fame rhoro uniformly and all be ready to what Improved. ferers from rheumatism and sciatica harvest at nearly the same time. marries none but death. Mr. and Mrs. E. IS. Campbell and have used it with the best results. It Lastly it is a waste as well as an in little daughter, Martha, took in the is especially valuable for lumbago and Sons of the South, hold firm the scales! convenience to have ears with shanks State Fair last week. Think well, and if at last ye shall lame back. For sale by all dealers. And again if shank Is a foot long. loose the sword, Miss Mary Elizubeth McKinncy left short and stiff, holding the ear in an She singing of an hundred million Monday for Cave Springs. Ga., where MARKS13URY upright position it allows rain water to throats shall swear she will teach this ycai, run In and injure the grain, whereas, It holds no stain and Is the consecrated Mr. G. M. Huffman and family have Mrs. W. II. Brady has returned home If the shank is moderately long and word after a visit to her son, James F. Brady gone to Danville to live. limber enough to allow the ear to hang Of purpose and of power, a flame to and wife at HarroJsburg. Mr. Byrd Ison of Letcher county has top downward, the husk drains the rain bea- rMrs. J. C. Reynolds and baby are tt been visiting his brother, Mr. Ryley and dew all olf, and the ears keeps perImmortal until time has closed its epic fectly dry even if left out all winter in guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ison. Also Mrs, Kellev Hogg tales Frank Smith at Maysville. the field. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Broaddus and Before the sacred altars of a nation's Everyone should know that freezing children were the guests of Mr. W. J. Mrs. Sue Bright and little r, soul. injures seed corn if it is not thoroughly Roberta Mills, of Mt. Ster- Broaddus and family of McCreary, Sons of the West, hold firm the scales! cured and dry. Even then it does it no ling have returned home after a visitto Messrs W. M. and T. L. Broaddus good. So be on the safe bide and storo Mrs. C. II. Carter. bought of Stanford parties thenty-thre- e your seed corn in a warn, dry place Airs. W. W. Humphries left last head of calves which they will graze. such us uround the chimney upstairs in week for her home In Salem, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Win. Clark of Jessathe house. after a visit here of several months to mine county were guests at the home relatives and friends. of Messrs John 1'rultt and Robt Clark, "I was annoyed for over a year by Mr. It. M. Newland and children Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott entertained Used D. D. D., attacks of acute indigestion," writes have returned from Louisville where Miss Florence Christopher of Burgin AH Gone! Mrs. M. J. Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. they have been guests of her paronti, and Rev. Reagin of Nicholasvillo at "I tried everything that was recomThla la tha aetunl vnrlin,f. nr Ann Mr. and Mrs. A. Ii. Klkln. dinner on Sunday, Cromun. HanU Ito.a. CmV, Willi th won. mended to mr this complaint, but Mrs. Annie Newland, who was called The Ladies Working Society will send dtrlulD.D.D.D.la V. I'reacrlptltin. U. the proven Kcnmt Cum nothing did me nvich good until about to Lexington on the account of t ie a box this week to the new Orphans th mllil waah that irlvea Inatant rllar four months ago I saw Chamberlain s trouble. illness of her daughter, Mrs Marvin Home at Glendale, A part of the m ar- In all forma of akin or Tablets advertised and procured a bot ueanas in akin all Impurltlea Adams, has returned home and Mrs. terial for the comforts was donated by waihea awuv blnfrhaa anil iilmnl. leaving th akin as smooth anil healthy tle of them from our druggist. I soon Adama Ii very much Improved. Mesdamea Margaret Sutton and Eugenia as lint of a child. realized that I had gotten the right Oet a tOe bottle of this wondtrfut The Young1 Ladies Sewing Circle Kemper. Eci.mii Cur today and keep It In th thing for they helped me at once. Since was entertained on Wednesday afterRev. Mahan preached a good sermon boua. bnnw Wm n n will An n Ik., taking two bottles of them I can eat la claimed for It. noon by Miss Emma Hays In the usual last Sundav mnrninir nn heartily without any bad effects." Sold manner. After an hour or so spent In He also read the church covenant the i R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster, Ky. by all dealers. TENNESSEE OFFICIAL WINS LONG FIGHT COTTON GOING UP. HAMMACK Mr. John and Sam Carpenter visited Mr, Woods Ttnl ir ami family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Querry visited Mr. and Mri. F.mrrt Clark of White Lick section. Miss I.ura Parson of Richmond, Va , is visiting friend and relatives in this end nt the county. Miss Fay Tudor starts the 22nd for St. Cloud, Fla. to aHrxl the winter with her uncle, Mr. John Carpentrr. Mr. Will Tudor of Louisville am! Mr. Mr. Hobert It. Norrtii. No. till Hen-- y Ut, North Berkeley, Cal, writes; Bob Tuder of Middlrsboroare with their "We have never had any other mcUl-clbut I'eruna In our home alnce we brother, Sam, Woods and John Tudor. have been married. I suffered with Mrs. 1'attio I'ointer widow of Hilly kidney and bladder trouble, but two months treatment with I'eruna made I'ointerdieil at the home of her daugh me a well and (ironic man. My wir ter, Mrs. Henry Tnnkeriley Sept. 18th. felt weak and was cully tired and Mrs. I'ointer was In her 81th yesr. She waa also troubled various pnln. but since alio took I'eruna alio Is well was laid to rest in the Stringtown i . e Grunting that the markets of Germany and Austria are closed tu American cotton all estimates agree that the present crop will fall short of the demands of the open markets. But It is very doubtful If it will be possible Last to cut Germany entirely off. year she was supposed to not get any cotton but when the returns were al in it was found that she had Imported more cotton than in any former year. England is no more able to control the sea now than a year ago. We can therefore expect buyers for Germany If to be in the market for cotton. they purchased as much as was used by Germany last year the world supply will fall about 2.600.000 bales short of the demand. That means that there is to be a scramble for cotton, with an ever rising price and the mn whoowns few months n few bales of cotton hence will get a good stiff price for it; probably the highest in recent years. REMEMBER Pe-j- j cu-n- a Mrs. Ira Howley is on the sick list g When At Our Drug St ore and atronc." ccmetery. lit-ti- IT IS LITTLE USE. It is little use for the local editor to waste his lungs and sprain his spine in trying to boom a town when the citizens all stand around with their hands in their pocxets and Indifferently wait for something to turn up. If the capitalists or business men do not put their shoulders to the wheel and do a little boosting it is useless for the editor to try and boom things. He can write "boom" articles till he gets bald headed, but if the citizens themselves do not take hold and push, the town will forever stick in the mud. Of what use is it for the local paper to suggest improvements and new enterprises if the suggestions are never acted upen? One man cannot boom a town. It requires the concerted action of the citizens. When one man shoulders a town and attempts to carry It there are always a lot of cranky kickers ready to jump on Unity of action is top of the load. what knocks. wedge-shape- d If y J. RICHMOND, KY. smooth-dented- d A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS to Klrmrntarr, Intermediate and IJfe Courses Mala Certificate. Valid In all labile Schools ir Kentucky. Course and Keviear Courses. Tuition Free to Aolnlrra. Two splendid dormitories, near model school, net-- manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a veil pymnaslum. Ihimeatlo bclmee. First Term Iwlas September 7. Hecuml Term Nnemtr lrt. Third Term January 2 Fourth Term April. trimmer Bcl.ool opens bcll June 11, fatalopio tree, j, , , i,u,l: iw,,,. . SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI Sunday, ROUND TRIP Sept. 26th FROM JUNCTION CITY and RETURN $1.50 101 "Cured" Mrs. Jay McOce. of Steph-envill- e, Texas, writes: 'For nine (0) years, I suffered with I had terwomanly trouble. rible headaches, and pains In my back, etc. It seemed as II I would die, I suffeted so. At last, 1 decided to try Cardul, the woman's tonic, and It helped me right away. The lull treatment not only helped me, but It cured me." SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITYS.35 A. M. Aak Ticket Agent for Particulars II. G. KING, I'ass'r ami Tide. Afjent East Main St., Lcilncton, Ky, TAKE itpi oe Eg&gg grand-daughte- Cardui 4 The Woman's Tonic Cardul helps women In time ol greatest need, because it contains Ingredients which act specifically, yet gently, on the weakened womanly organs. So, if you feci discouraged, blue, unable to do your household work, on account ol your condition, stop worrying and give Cardui a (rial. It has helped thousands ol women, why not you? E-Try Cardul. Scratched 40 Years Itching Be a Home Town Trader! 1 - JOIN THE HOME TOWN PROCESSION. This is your home town. Your Interest Ii here. The town's prosperity Is your prosperity Keep the money In town by spending It in town. In order to spend it wisely 'I- - hn Read the Home Paper The Central Record, Thursday Sept 23, 1915 Page 3 WELSH & WISEMAN CD'S SHOWING OF NEW Autumn Fashions INTRODUCING the styles now in vogue, showing the most authentic ideas of the recognized Foreign and American designs. Never have the styles shown such a radical change as they do this season. Never has there been so MANY ACCEPTED STYLES, or such charming ones. With our customary thoroughness we have secured the very choicest of the season's models, and are now splendidly ready to meet your every requirement in fashionable attire. Although we are much hampered for adequate space in our temporary quarters, you are sure to be surprisingly pleased with the large and comprehensive stocks and the low prices we are naming on all e merchandise. classes of high-grad- Women's Tailored Suits. Smart Tailored Models of Broadcloth, Whipcords, Poplins, Suede Cloth and Novelty Fabrics; embroidered braid and fur-trimmed. $19.50 Vlisses and $15.90 $25.00 $28.50 $35.00 AND UPWARD. Juniors Tailored Suits. fur-trimme- Distinctive and youthful models, plain tailored braid or Broadcloth, Whipcords and Gaberdines. d, of $18.00 $25.00 $29.50 Women's and Misses Serge Dresses Practical models for street wear of superior Serge, or combined with Satin, Taffeta or Fancy Plaids; also, exclusive agents for the new "Betty Wales" College Dress. $12.50 $14.50 $16.50 $19.50 Afternoon and Evening Dresses. In a most beautiful collection In Charmeuse, Georgette Crepe and Taffeta Silks; elaborately trimmed in embroidery and gold and silver laces. $12.50 $15.00 $25.00 $29.50 ' Then she sorts the clothes for the wash and puts them to soak, the very soiled by memselves. Tuesday she draws the dirty water from the tubs Orst of all and replaces It with clean, soapy, hot water. Gen erally she rises n little earlier to get things well started. Sho hangs her clothes to dry smoothly nnd puts things of the same kind togrthc:. She folds them as she takes them from the line, Wednesday she Irons, nnd as she does she puts on the same rod of the clothes , norse all tlio things that need a stitch she sorts as she Irons. Thursday Is reorved for any odd Jobs nbout the house like cleaning Ml ver, mirrors, globes, windows, llnlsb tag the left over Ironing, If any, taking the stitches needed for hosiery or other things nnd putting mway the clothes from the laundry. I'rlduy Is n genuine cleaning day. Saturday Is n day of prcaratloii for the Sunday, which In many families Is the hardest day of the week. The wise housekeeper plans for her rest on that day. She prepares her soup, roast, des tn sort on Saturdav: the j salad or something quickly cooked; the ivusi mil- ik' nuiMieii on minuay, Mil should partly cooked the day liefore With her Sunday reit nnd change of thought the housekeeivr can begin her week serene nnd happy, , . ( 1 The Kentucky State Fair opened its Rites on Monday morning to a record breaking attendance who wcro enter Suggestions About Planning Work tsincd by various amusements, and by ! rvpi em rr Tin. ivm. one of the lust shows of live stock lnlin.rrD,tllo. rahiM to Avoid Drudgery. nrnsmi maate. Tltmrf llir which n.r. hM nn I Ua Qiato F.lr I frtnnf, lAn ohm. riM-aiMlrtnrrof Mmif Vnfnbt grounds. I'lkVin fell. H M Haaufin. The display of live stock in every ifplonife Mn1. Atltwt fertil ttarfrnt rwiiftl yttiMti m! CERTAIN HOUSEHOLD TRICKS. t firta. Toil ion low, Tt nuiog at department, from the enormous, broad- - UtlifUIi CTTltff of RiiM" 401l.UiUtUli.tr backed Hereford to the rare species of Th. Principle "Don't Dswdls" and little game and lnh, were featured by latge shows and attracted thousands of "Lit Your Hsad 8v. Your Apptitd to Hounwork EslablUhes the State ralr visitors throughout the Routine Without LsMtnlng Comfort, day. PAPEC CUTTERS The horse shjvv, as usual, was the How best to arrange one's work that tlio minimum of tlmo mid strength uinjr center of attraction in the live stock Monitor nnd Associated produce ttio maximum of comfort In n pavilion throughout the afternoon and problem solvable only by system. All night programme, and the popularity Gasoline Engines. work becomes much easier If It follows of the equine beasts was evidenced by a routine enabling one to turn from th mrge and enthusiastic crowd of Wheeling Lime Grinders. duty to duty without (topping to think spectators who constantly kept th All sold on easy terms. what comes next or how to do It, Ttio 1'nvinun in an uproar with their en thusiasm. two rules of tho old New Knglnnd W. P. KINCAID, DJST. AGT ine woman's department was un housekeeper who thought of Httlo clso usually full, owing to the untiring ef- - Thcne 199. STANFORD. KY hut housekeeping nre ns good today as they wore fifty years ago "Don't daw. forts ot Mrs. Harry McCartv. of Nich- die," "Lot your head save your heels." olasville: There were six thousand en. Certain tasks must be dono every tries and when It Is stated no article day. Steals must lie prepared, dishes was lost or misplaced, shows Mrs. Mc washed, dusting done, beds made, nnd Uarty not only untiring but ellicient so on. Ity going about these always In and painstaking. the same order they will soon bo dispatched, and then there Is tlmo for the GOD BLESS OUR DAD. Garrard Circuit Coutt. siieclal task assigned to that day, nreakfnst should lie n simple meal, nnd We happened into a home the other Rudolph Wurlitzer Co., PlaintilT. any housekeeler wllti a gas store night, and over the parlor door saw the vs should hare It ready In half nn hour; legend worked in letters red, "What G. H. of Ruble, et al. Defendants. with other fuel more time mut 1k is Home Without a Mother?" Across judgment Pursuant given. the room wns another brief, "God herein at the to a Term. IMS rendered June lh nn. Kach member of tho family tear dersigned Commisioner will sell at pub IkhIs mrlng when ho or she goes to ifless our Home." Now what's the matter with God iic auction ueiore me uourl House door breakfast. When the meal Is eaten food U set nwny, dishes nre piled for Bless our Dad!" lie gets up early, in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock m. or tnereauouts, cn washing, set Into the pan with hot wi lights the file, boils an egg, and wipes MONDAY, SEPT 27lh. 1915, ter over thorn to wnlt until front of the dew off the lawn with his boots house U In order. while many a mother is sleeping. He it being the first dav of the fini-raDally mi fa pillows nru shaken, pol Lounty Court term, the personal prop uucu Hours uusteu Will n dry mop, makes the weekly hand out to the erty mentioned in the pleadings and carpet sweeper run over rugs, llngi butcher, the milkman and the baker, described as follows: One tvurlitzer Piano No lfcOoT. marks wIihmI from doors nnd tho furnl and his little pile is badly demolished The nurnose of this sale is In satiafv turo anil floor hoatds wlpeil superficial before he has been home an hour. uie unit uue me n a nil ii.kucki nn wur. ly. The thorough cleaning conies on If there is a noise in the night, Dad Us apiKilnleil day. Ja.hu than ten mlu is kicked in the back and made to go htzerCo., amounting to $197.00 with utes glen regularly to n room n III downstairs and find the burglar and interest at six percent per annum fronApril 9, 1913, until paid, and the est keep It neat kill him. Mother llnrn. the eneVm I. nt mated cott of this action amounting to Tho hull should lie early attended t 3(m and If one has time It Is welt to do It Dad bought the socks in the first place, TERMS: before breukfatt The order of work and the needles ar.d the yarn after The wards. Mother does up the fruit; Dad three) sa e wi be made an a rreilit nfl should be hall, living room, upstair months dining room, kitchen. It will not tnke nought It all. and jars and sugar cost oe required 10and the purchaser will! execute bond with an over nn hour for nil to the kitchen If It like the mischief. iroveu sccuruy tor tne purchase price goes steadily on nnd one loies no steps 'earing six uer cent interest from Dad buys the chicken for Sunday or motions dinners, serves them himself, and draws date until paid, having tho force and There Is nn old prejudice In favor of the neck from eltect of a judgment unon which ex the ruins after every ecution may issue, payable to W. H. Monday as wash day, but the house keeper who will devote Monday to body else is served. t'What is Home urown.. Master Commissioner of liar- cleaning up the extra confusion from Without a father?" Ten chances to one rani Circuit Court, and a lien will be Sunday, when every one Is nt home, it is a boarding house; father is under retained upon the said personal property will find herself In better trim nt th. a slab, and the landlady is the widow, until . the said purchase money is paid' 11. urown. Master Commissioner end of tho week Dad, here s to you! You've got your Garrard Circuit Court As sbo goes through the rooms she faults, you may have lots of them, but collects articles for the wash, takln you are all right and we will miss you out stains, taking tho stitch or two when you are gone. that will be ten If left untaken. SYSTEM KCNTOCKY STATE FAIR. JCORES. "T" fL wtpfM.vV LaJftiW f truisic CARDS. OFFICE Residence Phone KY. 41 tvr Or. J. S. GILBERT. CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. OfTlce Phone 69 Hl" INDIANA SILO LANCASTER. " t?. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician OImmi Ntttct. Saiiiftcllon Guaranteed. , Commissioner's Sale of Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. Personalty. John M. McRoberts. M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky D. V. Jl. o t t milt HICK, a John Jl. Casey, Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinary College. Office at W. D. Burtcn's Sale Stable. Night Phone 211. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. For All Kinds of ROUGH LUMBER, see COMMISSIONER'S GEMS OF THOUGHT. , :.:.:.t.;.i.j.;.;.s.:.; BABY'S COAT. To V Replace Linen AND UPWARDS. New Fall Waists $3.75 New Sweaters and 8tcks Chill Afternoons. There is nu unusual chiirin niul vnluetoour A very special vnlue in Fibre Silk Swenters, superb line of Blouses ottered nt tills price. with Mish, in old roie, copen nnd green, nt They nre inntle of Pussy, Willow, Crepe de Cliene, Luces mid Gcnrgettu Crepe, plnin mid Sport Coats $5.00 U.un , . iy in iwiso w bibac, uiciiie o again emoarK In the sale of alcoholic noles to a small locust storm. iuu ,lr ap.h unnKs. oiner ueiucereni nations slump cvans corner: inence s xn K .14 ine adopted drastic liquor reforms. And Pol" to a stake, corner to A. King's; bcginthe unheard-o- f thing happened-eve- ry $ "ceSJLI?lHlJ p?Le.a .to mere isi .u.l' nowever to be deducted lrom sa d was leading a sober army. boundary and not sold herein tho . up to the outbreak of the war, lowing two tracts: 1st Tract: Heine that tract of Innrl science, business and religon constitut to Quinlin Jefferson by sa ,id ed the triumvirate openly opposed to willed Myers Willis and describd as follows: the liquor traffic. They now have a uegmning at a point in the center of mighty ally in the military and naval the Buena Vista turnnike road an.) nn forces of the world. The European a line with the division fence of C. C. . i t r war offer, amid all of its cruelties. VaidfyncrroSj'EclooX .n .. . r 11 ... v . . . Inn... nn,1 hulmla n lirli.lifli. nhtnlntvl. io s siaKe; . .t v n cnains to inence hope, viz, the destruction of war itself, the center of the aforesaid pike; thence wM center of pike N 311 W8.50 chains and the destruction of the traffic in drink. If thl end rnme, tn frnliini, 10 e ucKn.nlnK. containing 2 acres the war with all its cost in money nnd 2nd. Tract: licing that tract of land in men will be worth the price. willed to Mayme Jefferson by said The irnvornment u, III now-- Germany and Japan furnish the world with two of the most significant tem GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. perance sentences of the present cen tury! The Kaiser declared, 'The navy Willis Myers' Executor, et al, that drinks the least alcohol will be the Plaintiffs. VS winner." A Japanese officer, explaining Japan's success in the war with Russia Henry Jefferson, et al. Defendants. stated, "The Russians drank vodka, rursuant to a ludirment renrirnl t the June Extended Term, September 7, we drank tea. 1915. the undersigned Cnmmii sinner Of the many very remarkable har- win sen at public auction, before the penings of the great war that fell upon Court Houre door in Lancaster, Ky., at curope uue a oomo irom me say, nonein o ciock, a. oi. or inereabouts, on were more remarkable nor significant MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 27. 1915 it being the first day of the military towarddnnk. """u,uc"'l"c County Court Term the resl Garrard day Czar est in the pleadings and describe declared war against Germany, eu as ioiiows: ed a decree stopping the Bale of vodka, , , . .r . t which returned a revenue of nearly oniutuieu uiuurraraixjuniy, Kentucky the waters of White Oak Creek and $500'.000,000 per annum. At first the oounaea as ioiiows: Ueginning at elm order was temporary. Soon the benefic ial results became manifest. The best thence M 701 W 12.U poles to a locust people of the empire petitioned the corner to same; thence S 17j W31 poles to a stake in the miitillA f i,ni;u. Czar to make the order permanent. thence with the middle of same N 45 W uciuuer oj. iv u. ine ionowintr uia- - to poics: inence J4 vv Da no es to n patch came fam the capital Petrograd: stak.e in tne ndlUe of said turnpike hesign-imenuon.1 SALE OF LAND. G. C. C0Xf Mai.se.Ky Phon 229. Office Hours m- 1 lto4-7to9- p. mj M. K. Office Deiy and Doctors Of Dental Surgery. on' LANCASTER, Hurt urnlinre dtore. A f . A. Wheeler in.. KENTUCKY. f . I Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, 4.rt:.. o.. vcicniirtiy OUrgeOP anrl ilAntiot "t "ainey u,nce s Uvery Stable. Utncaster, Kentucky .... .... .. "" 1115111.0 OOVL HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in High-Class I "ik tii.-ii- " th. Monuments. I Original Designs and Prompt Ser vice. Guaranteed Quality. Con- .. .. .t ul u uruiiue onu Mamie Quarries. Office and Works on Cemeterv Hill rinn( On Saturdays ""u"a ..nr. Telephone I I 101. Stanford. MONEY . Kentucky. TO at LOAN fnncy trimmed. Sport Conts nt ?5.75 to $15.00 Watch for Coburns Minstrels at mans Opera Iionse, October 9th. Ro- - Women's and Misses' Fall Footwear Our displny of Autumn Boots places before you unlimited number of fashion's newest creation in footwear. Styles with n charm and exclusiveiuss that will impart elegance ccd grace to the foot. All fashionable leathers in both button and lace styles nt BRYANTS VILLE Mr. J. C. Williams spent Tuesday in Lexington on business, Mrs. Elizabeth Durgess has returned from a visit to Louisville and Indians, Miss Helen Williams UADr'B $3.50 $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 roiironT. Is uullncd. who has been Vista turnpike road near the North. west corner of Willis Myers yard fence; thence with center of said Dike N 33 W on Farm Lands. d 03 cnains to a siaKe in center of said turnpike thence leaving said pike N 17 For DartlClllarS See E 7 chains to a stake in C. C. Glass line: thence with said line S 85 J E i! chains to a stake: thence S 25 W 11.75 chains to the beginning and containing t acres, j roous anu .u poies. Citizens National Bank. Lancaster, Ky Tho part to be sold containing about 14 acres more or less, title to which said joint owners got by the will of Willis Myers, dated June 10, 1913, and recorded in Will Book Willis Myers and described as follows: Beginning in tht, center of the lluena Five Per Cent W. F. CHAMP. MISSES COLLEGE SHOES. GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES. Selected mat calf and vlcl kid; Madeon broad orthopedic lasts of and stylish models; welted selected velour calf and vlcl kid; new new button boots. Special values at soles; all widths. Specials at This small coat Intcndeil for tho Orst coollsli days ahead. Tho texture Is carjmcre, and any babyish shado may bo chosen. Collar and cuffs are finished with not too much baud embroidery, and smocking achieves thi required fullness down the front $3.00 3.50 $4.00 $2.50 3.00 $3.50 Dyspepsia Tablets Will Relieve Your Indigestion R. C MeRobtrU 1 Cfa'u , Welsh & Wiseman Company Danville Kentucky. quite sick for several weeks of typhoid fever is getting along nicely. nose or Iexlngton was air. w. over for a short stay with Mr. and Mrs B. Rose the first of the week. Messrs J. U. Leavell, Wilher Scott, red Sutton, Willie T. Swope and Bry an Ballard were among those from here who attended the State fair. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Becker are glad to hear that they are both getting along so well at the Boyle County Hospital after their recent operations. Mrs. Becker being operated on, on Wednesday and Mr. Becker taking suddenly ill, an operation becoming necessary on Friday. It Is hoped they will soon recover and retnrnl c Garrard County Clerk's office. lhe Duroose or said sale Is to nav the debts against the estate and settling the estate, and dividing the proceeds among the devisees of the said Willis Myers, deceased. Z. Dace 422. STRAWBERRY TERMS. PLANTS Fruit and Shade Trnes Mammouth Pearl Potato home. The sale will be made on a credit of offering of the remarkable six months and the purchaser will be Our first required to execute bond with annroved security for the purchase price, due in six months bearing interest at the rate of six per cent from date until paid, Everything for Orchard. Lawn and having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, Garden. payable to W. II. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, Write for free Catalogue. No Agta. and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money Is paid & Sons. I W. II. BROWN, M. C. G C. C. Lexington, Kentucky. II. C. KaufTman, Atty for PUT. ' Capt A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer, 1841. 1916 H.F.Hillenmeyer Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 23 19 1 5. STUNNING FALL AND WINTER STYLES. -- 3' I II I 19 m rw ft. Trrwtt.-- - A WONDERFUL ARRAY OF WOMENS APPAREL Consisting of Fine Tailored Suits, Coats and Dresses. it tw IS STYLE CRAFT KLAD WELL ) . ELITE Suits and Coats. Our line of Shoes consists of everything that Fashion dictates for Women and Children. J. E. DICKERS ON. Wi ft yii 1037 I s HI if I in The Central Record INCORPORATED. GLAD SHE TOOK Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. FRIENDS' ADVICE Mrs. Catherine Meyer finds Relief From Debility in Tanlac. . SCHOOL FAIR OCTOBER AT AUDITORIUM 30TII (!) J. R.L . ROBINSON. Editor. ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Best loaf of bread. bility though the use of Tanlac, the Best six beaten biscuit. peerless preparation. Rates For Political Announcements Best glass of apple jelly. and felt tired if I "I was ...S 5.00 made Most sensible kitchen apron. . For Precinct and Citv Olllces the least exertion," she said. "I por County Offices 10.00 Best embroidered towel. was melancholy and nervous. Any For State and District Offices...'. 15.00 Best dressed doll by child under 13. unusual noise startled me. My diges .10 r'or Calls, per line Best bird hous.e, grades 9 to 12. tion was poor, and I couldn't sleep .10 For Cards, per line Best model farmgate, grades 5 to 8. well. For all publications in the interBest exnibit of Manual Training. nnany l became interested in individuals or expresest of Best rapid calculator, oral and written. Tanlac and sent to the drug store for sion of individual views, per Best speller. a bottle of It. As soon as I began line Best relief map of Kentucky. taking it I got better. Now I sleep Obituaries, per line Best declamation, grades 1 to 7. soundly, and have recovered from my Best oration, grades 9 to 12. nervousness and depression. Best exhibit of 10 writing books. Mrs. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. usual. Meyer a experience is not un Best essay on "How to Exterminate the Fly". Women often suffer from Best booklet on "Home Sanitation". tired, sluggish feeling without know Best bushel of corn. ing the why of it. They are often Best 10 ears of corn. subject, too, to depression and melan Best judge in seed corn. choly. Where Mrs. Meyer found re Best collection of wood from 10 forest trees of Kentucky. ief, others may. She is one of hun Premium to school bringing highest percent of census enrollment. Trustee dreds who have given voluntary tes counts same as 2 pupils. timony to the value of Tanlac. 25, Banner to school Winning most premiums. now be had in Lancaster Tanlac can For Governor, at the R, E. McRoberts drug store and. A. O. STANLEY. in Bryantsville at Becker, Ballard & Your choice of three grades of coal. For Lieutenant-GovernoAS OTHERS SEE US. Scott. Our pri;es are low. JAMES D. BLACK. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. To the Editor of the Central Record For Secretary of State, CONDENSED NEWS Mv disappointment grows keener BARKSDALE HAMLETT. every dav that the Dixie Highway was BUMPING THRONG For Attorney-GeneraFrom Seat 01 War. Think not routed through Lancaster. M. II. LOGAN, of the ineffable ecstasy with which the At Democratic Canpaign Opening. Letters taken from James Archibald, For Auditor, the American correspondent, were made traveler through "The Land Of Now" With a large crowd, pleasant weather It. L. GREEN. would have gazed upon our saffron public Tuesday in London. Among and enthusiasm at the highest tension For State Treasurer. cupola, seated upon a red base of brick. the letters was one In which Dumba the Democratic state campaign opened SHERMAN GOODPASTER. referred to Lansing's "weak argu- n which. I understand, there is to be at Glasgow Monday most auspiciously his joy on For Clerk of Court of Appeals, ments" in reply to the Austrian note no illuminated dial. Think of seeing old stone replaced by fine new and the leaders are wearing "the smile R. W. KEENON. and to the " President of itnnnrata and lha t raeVilt natn(ai) itnrtu that won't come off." .ivS..rj pmHugwiv TU,. fn;il For Supt. of Public Induction. l the United States. A letter from Von WllViVH, oy useu11... wi. V. O. GILBERT. Bernstorff to Archibald thanked the columns, nor can words describe his'jB'" Tllorn,;' acres of people."is about exultation on first seeing the park with American for the service he had al For Commissioner of Agriculture, the nlv to e5t',r''ss the ai" f tl ready rendered to the cause of Ger- Its artistically mounted siege gun, its MAT S. COHEN. "' e.umaieu beautiful telephone post, lying the many. Von Papen in a letter speaks For Circuit Judge, nlete length of the nark, it, water. at from 10,000 to 12.000. They came in of "idioti'- - Yankees." every sort of conveyance, including CHARLES A. HARDIN. melon rinds and stray dogs. Surely Field Marshall von Hindenburg's ef scene as resplendent as burst upon the hundreds of autos and buggies and For Commonwealth's Attorney, forts to surround the Russian army enraptured vision of the "wandering wagons too numerous to mention. EMMET PURVEAR. retreating from Vilna is developing in peri through the opening gates of Hundreds more came on horseback from For Circuit Clerk, the eight or ten counties surrounding a manner that mar shortly result in Paradise"! W. 1). MASON. complete success. The Russians are Mr. Editor, pleas don't boast any and contiguous to Barren county. The For Sheriff, now reported to have lost their last more highways, until your citizens have grand stand at the fair grounds was G. T. BALLARD. Jr. well filled even before the parade arrailroad communication and London more pride and artistic judgment. For Representative, says their retreat "has reached a most Yours for the propagation of Art, fcr rived with the speakers and party II. CLAY KAUFFMAN. leaders. critical juncture." The plight of the Art's sake. A Country Subscriber, Russians is said to have resulted from The main interest in the opening We are authorized to announce Miss an abandonment of event was, of course, the speech of Grand Duke Nich Jennie Higgins a candidate for County olas cautious programme of retiring BENZINE CLEANER. Owsley Stanley, the nominee for gov, School Superintendent of Garrard before being pressed toy closely. Dry Cleaning ernor, and his address, which was de A new Florentine County, subject to the action of the Commanders of German submarines Washer, made In Cincinnati, and which livered immediately after the crowd Democratic primary Augmt 1917. have been given strict orders that In uses Benzine and Naptha instead of had been served with the burgoo and We are authorized to announce Jot case of doubt as to the Intentions of gasoline, thus doing better work and barbecued meuts. was a masterpiect, many regarding it as the best effort S. Haselden, of this city. Republican liners they are to take the safe course eliminating the odor which is generally In candidate, for Representative at Nov- and permit the ship to escape rather found in clothes cleaned the old way, ever made by the gifted speaker. his speech Mr. Stanley covered every than run the (lightest risk of urior, Mr. Kirk desires to invite anyone to ember election 1916. The French war Office reports that come and see this machine and also the issue confronting the people of Ken We are authorized to announce Joe having crossed the canal from the Sanitary Hoffman Steam Press he is tucky In this momentous campaign and his remarks were punctured with apA. Burnside, candidate on Republican Aisneto the Mame, the army has sue using. ticket, for Circuit Court Clerk, at ceeded in throwing back all German Little do millions of people realize plause as he, drove home his clinching November election 1915. counter tttacks. Along the British that the garments they wear may be Democratic argumentj. Mr. Stanley's speech In full will apfront tlit Germans increased the in laden with disease germs of every tensity or the artillery fire, but Sir nature, however with the Steam Press pear In next week'slssueof The Record. NOTED WOMAN SPEAKER John French reports that he countered every square inch of your garment Mrs. James A. Leech will speak at promptly the e ifectively. will be treated with clean, hot, dry CONCRETE ROADS: the school auditorium, Saturday, steam without Bcorchlng, burning or While In Wisconsin on my vacation I glossing it. October 2nd, at two thirty o'clock, JOB PRINTING. She comes under the auspices of the Boards cf Health and physicians have had an opportunity to Inspect some of If you want billheads, Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, being always endorsed the Hoffman Sanitary their concrete roads and am convinced If you want noteheads, Method. This Is the only Steam Press they are the coming thing. utie of the one hundred and twenty If you want statements. 'and Benzine Cleaner in the city at They are building them ten feet wide speakers sent out by them. We ask If you want envelopes, the Womans Club to cooperate with present, and the closest Steam press and six tb eight inches thick, using a If you want programs, the county illiteracy commission In admixture of one part cement to two of the same make is in Danville Ky. If you want engraved cards. vertising this speaker and date, and Remember, Kirk cleans rugs, lace parts gravel or crushed rock. If you want engraved invitations. helping in every way to aid the cause. They told me, where material was at curtains, portlers, also makes a specIf you want job printing of any des- ialty of ladies silk waists and evening hand the cost was practically tbe same "No illiteracy In Kentucky in 1920" cription done In the very best style and dresses. Expert dyeing of every na as macadam, and of course once built, Is the slogan of the illiteracy commission. Surely, the woman throughout on short notice, call at The Central ture guaranteed. Eventually you will very little rr-- t Is necessary, for the county will help to bring this dream Record Office. realize the immense value of the ser- there are no mud holes to splash deeper vice, so why not begin now to enjoy it? with every passing rig, and no binder true. Gov, McCreary has Issued a proclamato be blown away by speeding autos. Highest test Ky. Blue Grass, Orchard tion asking that all schools close on the There is no exposure of rough tone to Sick headache, biliousness, piles and Grass, Timothy and Clover seed. destroy tires; no mud and no dust. date of these speakers In order that bad breath ore usually caused by inacHudson, Hughes & Farnau. We Why not build them in Kentucky? teacher and pupils taay attend. tive bonds. Get a box of Rexsil Very sincerely yours Orderlies. They act gently and effeo Lost:-Latherefore ask pupils, teachers, club Sunday night, case for tmly. bold only by us at 10 cents. pipe. Ficder will be rewarded. women, trustees and all Interested to C. S. Knight. R. E. McRobirts hear Mrs, Leech the 29th. David Ross. Berea Citizen. n i r, l, "self-willedw I Louisville, Ky., Sept. 23. 1915. Many Entered tt tbe I'oit omce lu Lnctier, Kj. women suffer from sluggishness and Second-ami Mull M.llcr depression without being able to find relief from a condition which they Member Kentucky Press Association know to bo unnatural. One of them and who did tlnd relief is Mrs. Catherine Eighth District Publishers League, Meyer, of 1915 High street, this city. She said recently that she had recov Lancaster, Ky., September 23, 1915 ered from a condition of nervous d i It is with unusual irterest and pleasure to the public that we are able to announce the third annual Garrard County School Fair which will be held in in this city at the graded school Auditorium, Saturday, October 30th. Liberal premiums will be offered In every class and it Is expected that the exhibits will be large and creditable to those taking part in these contests. A complete list of the prizes offered ami the entire program will appear in the next issue of the CENTRAL RECORD. For the benefit of those who expect to take part in these contests and that they may begin theie preparations now, we give below a list of the classes to be competed for. 1. Best Exhibit of Handwork from first and second grade;. Best Exhibit of Handwork from second and third grade.-- . It in We have everything for the School Girl and Boy. Large line of i I I- TABLETS, PENCILS, BOOK BAGS I I iii DAKOTA The AND STRAPS, LUNCH BOXES, I I I CI and Baskets. Crayons, Paints, Drawing and Composition Books. Fine Candies and the Best Soda Water In town. JACK Coyboy Northwestern Friends How Tells it "IS To Keep lieallhy. STORMES DRUG STORE. i .Hin No doubt but what man is one of Gud' chosen beings, and when Het created man He was proud of him. As he made man in his own image and no doubt that his desire wns for" man to be healthy, strong and robust, and that hei might be healthy he gave him a feeling. when he is sick so he can tell It, when lie has a pain he can tell where it is, so ht may may treat himself f his ills. He also gives us pure water, fresh purt air, and plenty of pure fresh swet' roots, herbs, barks and berries for our medicine. He also gave us an instinct to know bow to treat ourselves same as the animals in the forest or the wild horse on the plains but we have listened to others and paid no attention to ourselves until we now have to listen to other people and use their remedies let them be right or wrong. But the secret of good health is to ketp your liver, stomach and kidney's in good shape don't mind the rest of body it will stay all right. Dakota Jack's In dian herbs acts directly on the Liver, kidneys and stomach, and removes all mpurities, therefore cleanses and puri fies the blood. AN AWFUL MISTAKE CORRECTED BY DAKOTA JACK'S INDIAN I THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. A. R ENNY. President J. E. STORMES. Surplus Vic 30,000. IWt, . C, DENNY. Cashier. J. U GlU., r. R. T :mhky. Ass't Cashier. Safety b'amual Deposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny. J. H. Posey, J. K. Stormes, S. 0. Denny, J. U Gill. Dr. W. M, Elliott. Directors. D, A. THOMAS R L. I (!) ELKIN Tobacco Housed Protect your labour and rental by Insuring your TOBACCO. Rates reasonable. See 0 HERBS. have been troubled with cramps in mv stomach for; two years. Some doc tors told me I had un ulcerated stomach. One said 1 had neuralgia of the stomach; One said I had a bad kidney trouble; Another said I had rheumatism. Some times 1 would have a heavy fullness in my stomach and sharp pains would run up into mv shoulders and down into my back and hips and the S3 pains would be so excruciationg I would have to iruit work and go to bed. Sometimes it would take morphine to ease Doctors and ull kinds of patent medicines; nothing done me any good, my trouble only got worse until DAKOTA JACK came to Greenville, I bought a $1,00 package of his I had only taken 7 doses of medicine. tho medicine when I paused from my system from 50 to 100 worms six inches long and large as a lead pencil and God knows how many small ones, about one inch long and sharp at both ends; they were eating mv very life away. Now I feel like a new man so at last I find what caused my stomach trouble. Had it not been for this great remedy I would have died as no one knows what I suffered and worms was the whole cause. I would not take $500 tor the good the seven doses did me. Yours very truly, I I I I!) THOMAS & EL.KIIN', Asents. me. havetried 1 I I ,E3 FOR RENT 1 '16. Tobacco, hemp, corn, meadow, wheat and grazing 1 land. The best stock water. Two tobacco barns,one stock barn and good resi1 dence. Cash rent. 3 3t acre farm for rent for I G. M. CLICK, Greenville, Tenn. Headquarters for ull of Dakota Jack's Indian Remedies. Where you get a bottle ot DAKOTA JACK'S COWBOY LINIMENT FREE with every $1,00 15 A.H.Bastin&Son CURES wEa Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck. Roud. Canker. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry WJl Cmm, UkWi. Kr.,iar "Om b J Hade. WH ilxn UxUI.it nlM li cNck luuul; . hlilU bwl worn duel.! Ult Of b ia Mai." Nfg. ltd CoMHUtl by J, Robb Crnmc, Bwditown, j. Met Sc tl all Orottlsti. days treatment. E. STORMES DRUG STORE. R. E. McROHERTS DRUG STORE LANCASTER, KY. BOONE SANDERS General Store, HUUBLE. KY. J. Im R J Notice! Poultry Kaisers 4-11- -44 IL :zMi"7r 4.11-4- 4 Repairing clothes Is a knackish pur suit, so let Kirk the tailor repair them. Phone 75: OLD BY kiI R. E. McRoberts, Drusalst, Lancaster, Ky, The Central Record, Thursday Sept 23, 1915 Page 5 Business Is Good With Us BETTER VALUES For LESS MONEY. When you see the wonderful values we are showing in high class models of suits, coats and dresses the answer will be easy. Broadcloth, Poplin, Whipcord Suits, fur trimmed and untrimed, ranging in price from $ TO. to $25. WONDERFUL VALUES. A wide assortment of patterns and styles of fall and winter merchandise are being shown in our various V OUR SPECIALTY GOATS, SUITS AND DRESSES departments. SEE THEM. Exclusive Ladles Outfitters. The Joseph Mercantile AND CO r tf. A Cordial Invita- - tion for all to look. VAN BRENT HOOSIER i Wheat Drills plain and with Fertilizer attachment. One Horse Wheat Drills GA& ENGINES AND ossip About People A rtrif Mention of the Comlnji ind Gcir.ts LyThoic Wj Art V.ttmCd In. '! m rrr r Misj Mary Kist was the recent guest of relatives in Cincinnati. visiting Lee Arnold Is in Shelbyville Dr. and Mr,. Win. ilurnett. Mr. Charles Urent of Lexington was a recent visitor in Lancaster. Miss Sallle Tillet is upon the sick list being threatened with a xpell of asthma, Mr. Jack Iiest of Wichita Falls Is here visiting Mr. Jack Hlanpied. Miss Lucy Francis of I'aint Lick is with her sister, Mrs F. Saulley Hughes Mrs. E. II. Kidd, of Liberty, is visiting her niece, Mrs. Carlton Elkin. Mrs. Mary Epping of Louisville visiting Mrs. It. ?immer at Hotel is Mrs. Katie Jones of Columbia. Mo., is here for a visit to Lancaster friends, Mr S. II. Kates was in Louisville SILO CUTTERS., John Deere and Moline Wagons' best, lightest draft. and most dur-- l able wagon made. last week anil attended the State Fair. Miss hdna lie rlile left Saturday to enter Western College at Oxfotd, Ohio. Mrs. Louis House is at home after a visit to Mrs. Susie Adams of Stanford. Miss Lottie Carson of Stanford is the guest of her cousin. Miss Allie Yantis. Mrs. It. J. Sellman of Nicholasville is the guest of her friend. Miss Minnie Brown. One of the most beautiful and enjoy- RUPTURE EXPERT HERE able entertainments of the season was ,'in" ''" 12 given by aeeity, vtno fitted tzar cl Kussia tailed JmiJv Mr nni1 Mm' A- - 1 Ml,ch'11' ';orn',"- To Richmond. mentary to the old time friends and ) sch0ol mates of Mrs. Mitchell's mother, F. II. Seelev of Chicago and PhilMrs. Marie Japer. The colors were I,ink al"l white and "the dining table adelphia, the noted truss expert, will Was resplendent with cut glass, silver be at the Glyadon Hotel nnd will remain anil Covers Were in Richmond Friday only, Oct. 1st Mr. china. laid for twelve, and under the super- Seeley says. "The Spermatic Shield vision of Mrs. A. 1'. Mitchell and Mrs as now used end approved by the Ramla llrnnaugh an elaborate and ap- United States Government will not petizing dinner was served in courses. only retain any case of rupture per- The guests were Mesdames Marie Jas- fectly, alfording immediate and comj per, Minnie Patton, Eliza Hulett, W plete relief, but closts the opening in L. Steelp, Mary Anderson, L. I'. Uur 10 days on the average case. This inrier. T. Warren Ueagle. Sarah Land. strument received the only award in Nannie Schafer. of Lexington; Wm. England and in Spain, producing rej I YOIi'l I. FINfl IT IV TINS COLUMN SHINGLES. Northern and home grown and barley. A. II. Iiastin & Son. seed rye Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Just Fence. received a car load of Kokomo Be sure and get my prices. W J. Romans. Well Drilling. Miss Jennie Duncan has been in Stan- ford visiting her sister, Mrs. Charlotte Warren. Miss Levy Dunn of iiryantsville is W. A. Price and Mrs. Ed Trice and Miss Lilv Dale the guest or Mrs. Miss Ella Thompson of Danville is daughter. here for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson. J. E. Mount, Son The Square Deal House. 1 & Co. 3E ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at (( 0 a mktr" r for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks iri G DE fliaw II Check WW A for tde money youove and note how much more res- pectfully ymir creditors Tliey like to do you liusinuss with a mini who hits mi nucotint n( t lie Garrard Bank & Trust Co. Grant were guests of Stanford relatives Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Guile), Mr. and Thursday. Mrs. W. Hoss llastin motored to Lex- Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph has returned ington Friday. from a protracted visit to Indiana, Ohio Mr. Harvey M. Kates of Georgetown and Tennessee. has been visiting his parents, Mr. end Mrs. Charles Davis of Chattanooga jMrs. S. II. Estes. is here for a visit to her mother, Mrs. Attorney K. II. Tomlinson is at home Elizabeth Joseph. after a delightful visit to his sister in Mrs, Wm. G. Anderson is at home Kama City, Mo. ufter a short visit to relatives in N'ich-Mrs. Nannie Kelley has returned olasville and Lexington. from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Logan Mrs. Caltha Newland, of Crab of Crab Orchard. Orchardis the guest of her cousin, Mrs e Mr. C. I'. Moore and son Loyd of Rout lturnside and family. are visiting his brother, Mr. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Denman of Moore and family. Nicholasville were recent visitors of Mrs. Jonn Cotton of Danville is vis- Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Iiastin. iting her sisters Mesdames II. F. HudMiss Florence Johnson left Monday son and W. O. Uigney. to matriculate again at Stetson Miss Kathleen Shreve has returned University. DeLand Florida. to her home in Greensburg, after a Mr. II. F. Hudson was called to pleasant visit tu Lancaster friend.. Oklahoma by the serious illness of his Mr. and Mrs. II. Clay Hamilton, Mrs. sister, Mrs. Mary Hudson Chenault. C. 1), I'owell and Miss Annie I'owell were visitors in Richmond Sunday. Miss Angie Kinnaird and Mrs. Ethel I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oldham of Rich- Durnold left on Monday to resume their mond are visiting Mrs. Oldham's par- work in the D. & D. College in Indianapolis. ents, Judge and Mrs. Clayton Arnold. Kay and Harry Lackey of Kansas Mr. and Mrs. Stoney Sebastian and little daughter, Gracie, visited Mr. and City were guests on Tuesday of Mrs. Mrs. Will Holtzclaw near Goshan Sat- U. M. Lackey and daughter Miss Jennie Lackey. urday, Mrs. It. II. Hatson and little daughMr. and Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stanford were over Saturday and Sunday with ter, Cecil, were i it Stanford visiting Mrs, Acey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win Mrs liaison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hilton. Hughes. Mr. Dan Collier Elkin left for New Miss Edna Kavanaugh left Monday foi St. Augustine. Florida where she Haven, Conn., last Monday where he will teach again this jear in the I). & will enter the Senior class at Yale University. I). College. Mrs. Holion Campbell nnd beiutiful Miss Georgia Dunn is in the city of Lexington to continue her studies at little daughter, Martha, of Stanford. Transylvania University and the Col were hero Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Joanna Hall. lege of the Ilible. Mrs. II. T. Logan, .Mrs. Georgia M. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Itourne were in Louisville the past week for the Statu Lusk, and Misses Gladys Frisbie and Fair and were guests of theirduughter, r.isio .immer motoreu to Uanville on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Neighbors. Mr. Floyd Wright, of Lexington, Miss Emma Honor of Louisville who trimmed for Miss .Minnie Drown the came yesterday for u visit to Mr. and past season, is with her again to take Mrs. Carlton Elkin and incidentally to seo his new niece, Miss Emily Ann charge of the trimming rooms. Elkin. Mrs. Nannie Lawrance and Mrs. Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald and little Maggie Hawley of Terra Houte, Ind., and little sons, Amos and William daughter of Danville, and Mrs. Jack visited, Mrs. Stoney Sebastian Thurs Casey of this city have been vlsitieg their cousin, Miss Gertrude Wilkerson dav. in Stanford. airs, . t. fierce, who tins been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Ray Miss Gladys Frisble will be the and other relatives rturned to her charming young hostess at a well aphome in Louisville Saturday. Mrs. pointed 0 o'clock dinner to Pierce was called here by the death of celebrate her birthday, A number of her sister, Mrs. N. II. Coy of Kirksvllle. her friends will be present. Mrs. S. D. Turner, and pretty little daughter, Anna Hello, of Lexington, who have been visiting Mrs. llelle Austin, returned home Tuesday accompanied by her niece, Miss Ilessio Smith who will be her guest forseveral weeks. Mr, "Hilly" Ware, who has been in this city assisting his brother, Harry, at his popolar new "The Gem" for the past two months, left for his home in Hopklnivllle last week, much to the disappointment of his many friends. Misses Martha and Helen Gill and Miss Joan Mount have returned from a most delightful outing in New York, Atlantic City. Norfolk Va., and Wash- Ington I). C. They also visited the beautiful grounds of Yale and Harvard Anderson, of Lancaster, and Miss sults without surgery, injections, med- Mr. Sarah Mi'tcalf. Among the guests. ical treatments or prescriptions. Seeley his documents from the United Iiettie Muir being the oldest. The day States Government, Washington, D. C. was delightfully spent. Mrs Wm for inspection. All charity cases with Anderson, who has not touched a piano out charge, or if any interested call he Ior twenty years, piayeil "lanKee will be glad to show same without uoouie . "risner s npe ana santa charge or tit them if desired. Kusiness Anna's Retreat". At a late hour in demands prevent (topping at any other It. pd. the afternoon they bade each other place in this section. good bye after after singing, "God He See CJiarlie Chaplin, the funniest With Us 'Till We Meet Again. comedian on the screen, at the Opera News. House, Everyone Friday night. likes Charlie, so come and see him. prepared to drill Wells and at any depth. Prices reasonable. Write or phone me. II. P, Conn, Paint LicV. I am For Sale. oiler 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. I 5 1- -2 per 1- -2 per ct. 5 Years 5 SUTTON. On last Sunday night at 1 o'clock the death angel visited the home of Mr ind Mrs. Samuel Sutton and claimed as its victim their own little two year old son, Woodrow. He will be missed by all whs knew him. His remains were laid to iest in the Lancaster cemetery Monday e'vening at 4 o clock to await the resurrection morn. He was under the tender care of a good physician until at last, God was ready to take him to his eternal home, where there is no sicknass, sor-- I row or.death. The writers heart felt sympathy is extended to the family in their sad bereavement, and may they be comforted by Him who said, "Suirer little ceildren to come unto me and forbid them not for such is the Kingdom of Heaven." A precious darling from them has gone A voice they loved is stilled, A place is vacant in their home Which never can be filled. The Quiet Ch.ip. Nenth our eyes he faded slowly, Growing duy by day, more frail, sweetly, all his sufferings Without murmer, moan or wail. Earth has lost its look of gladness. Heaven seems to us more bright. Since the spirit of our loved one Took its homeward happy flight. When we too shall cross the river. And rest upon its golden shore. There to see, to know our loved one. With our Savior, ever more. Lord give ui strength, our loss to bcarl And lead us in thy heavenly way. That we may meet our Joved ones there $100. n month. If not we offer gou an opportunity to do it. No capital needed just horae The Two Classes. Tho late Charles Frohman used to and wagon. If interested write ta L. divide Americans Into two classes D. Carter. representee. Special those who dine In evening dress and Nicholasville, Ky. pd. dine In their shirtsleeves. those who "Or, to put It better," Mr. FTohman COAL, COAL. would say, "the two great American classes are, first, those who dress for Lay in your coal while it is cheap. dinner, and, second, those who un We sell Red Ash Jellico and Red Corn dress for dinner." et Block, Straicht Creek and Ideal o round. Special price this month, t'wl:i Military Service. II. H. Northcott. The Sw,E3 bo learns bis drill at tf. ichool, and from twenty to thirty-twte is liable to s"rvice If ho Is phys FOR RENT 1916. Ically capablo and thereafter to fifty My property on Danville street, gooj two on demand either In Auszug Landv.ehr or l.anduurm. Rich and house, tobacco Larn, about S acres of poor, professional man and laborer land. Modern slaughter house. servo side by side in the ranks, and Miss Emma Elkin. each canton supplies the men wbc have Known each other and can stand MONEY TO LOAN shoulder to shoulder, with common memories of school life spent together. Money in sums of J2.000, or over at 5'pcr cent to loan on farming land in Garrard County. Write or phone. E. D. Pennington. Stanford, Ky. Jul-lioc Wonder If It ever occurs to tho con. cctted chap that while he Is spending his time bragging about his ability the quiet little chap Is busily earning his way to another raise In salary? Loans made on real estate. If yoa need cheaper money on long time, see me about it. G. IS. Swinebroad, Lancaster. Ky. SALESMAN WANTED. Are jou earning over -- OF- NOTICE. The firm of Kirk & Huffman having dissclved partnership, I will not Ui responsible for any debts contracted by this linn after Sept. 20, 1915. A. U. Kirk. Jr. HUGHE'S & They know he Is doing business in a business like way. Better open audi an uccount von if your ulTaira art-- nut large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company ' In' realms of everlasting day, j SWINEBROAD I FOR SALE PRIVATELY. If you hove the "blues" to Rom THE REAL ESTATE MEN ans Opera House on Friday night and let Charlie Chaplin make you laugh LANCASTER RY. til you holJ your sides. , Another Showing Saturday September ?5 55 Worth While Quotations. "He not anxious about tomorrow- - Do today's duty, tight today's temptation and do not weuken and distract yourself by looking forward to things which you cannot see, and coulu not understand, If you saw them." Charles Klngsley. Women's Feet Growing Smaller. The sex will repolco to hear that an English scientist declares that women's feet aro growing smaller He claims that a study of former types ot feet goes to prove that tba feet of modern people are more shapely than tboso of their ancestors or those ol the savage races. Perhaps, after all, the mistakes ot 111 fitting shoes have not seriously deformed the general type of foot. of Tailored Hats Rella Arnold Francis. Also nice line of childrens Hats. V1 & 3 8 Universities. Mrs. Walter Scott Glore of Danville, State Regent of the D. A. Il. was here last Saturday trying to organize a D. A. R. chapter. About 12 names were promised, and the final arrangements will be made when Mrs. Glore returns to Lancaster Friday. I Watch Your Children Often children do not let parents know they aro constipated. They fear something distasteful. They wm like ltexall Orderlies a tmtJ laxative that tastes like sugar. Bold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRobsrts will sell privately my farm of fifty OF acres, or my adjoiding farm of 10U acres or will sell both as u whole, located on Paint Lick Creek near s Mill. Farm is well watered and fenced. Has good three room house Come and let us sell you a farm in and outbuildings. Sixty acres of botTheo Cotton, Garrard County, where live millions of tom land. Kirksville. Ky. pounds of the best tobacco is grown annually; where all the agricultural products grow ubundantly; where the SEALED BIDS FOR CONSTRUCbest live stock is bred; where the blue grass grows, where good scnoolj, moral TION OF BRIDGE IN GAR and hospitable people art attracting many home seekers. Lancaster the RARD COUNTY, KY. the county seat, has three banks, tele phone exchange, electric light plant. The Fiscal Court of Garrard Count; creamen splendid wa'er works system, two (louring mills, grain and hemp will receive sealed bids for the con warehouse, tobacco warehouse, on the struction of 100 foot steel span bridge L & N railroad, one of the best graded over White Lick Creek on the White schools In the State, having an eudown-men- t Lick Turnpike, in 'the Fourth Mi-teriDistrict of Garrard County, uptv fund of $50,000.00 in addition tu a $30,000.00 new school building. We can 12 o'clock noon on the 5 day of October sell homes or choice lota near the school. 1915. Bibs must bo accompanied by a Our price is the owner's price. We certified check for five per cent of the Bids will refer to any bank or to any otiicial for cost of the work bid upon. proof that we will deal fairly with you; be received upon the seperatelv and as a as wo have done for ten years and have and whole. Plans and specifications will lx no dissatisfied customers. Improved and unimproved farms of found on file in the County Clerk's Ofall sizes and various locations and at fice of Garrard County, Kentucky, Attest. J. W. Hamilton. Clerk various prices, but any farm priced it 2t- Garrard County Fiscal Court. Its market value. BraJ-shawal super-structu- Page 6 .KIPLING CALLS The Centrai Record, Thursday Sept 23 TO TRADE 19 1 5. BRITISH riire.1 thn rnrtous flttlnc-- an.l 41ia lonntr Court Daft. ponces, while hands stretched out of AID OUR the gloom to shake, and men nodded ItlchmomI, 1st. Monday. LINE wclcoino and greeting nil through that Paris, lit. Monday. cheery brotherhood In the woods nnd Frankfort, 1st. Monday. In the Holds. A ban on war discussions has been HarroclsburR, 1st. Monday. The voices nnd the wings were still Issued by Hie rcnnsylvnnln rnllrond'to Lexington, 2ml. Monday. busy nftcr lunch when 'ho car slipped Its employees. Stanford, 2ml.Moi.dny. past tho ten houses In the drive nnd I Shelby, ille, 2nd. Monday. :mo Into n country where women nnd M'Atloo Submits Suggestion to ' A lioy umpire who called n homo run children worked nmong the crops. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. a foul was stubbed In thy back In Correspondent Allowed to Visi Thero were large raw shell holes by Long Island City, N. Y. Danville, 3rd. Momls;. "Is Not Local Victories We're Describes Ruir.eJ Country and tho waysldo or In the midst of fields, President For Adoption, I.awrenceburg, 3rd. Monday English Fighting Graft. X and often a cottage or n villa hod been Sensations as the Shells Alter," Frenchman Tells The only blind bneluill fan is John N'lcliolasville, 3rd. Monday, I Moore, who has not missed n game In smashed ns n lionnct box Is smashed Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Vhisifo By. Noted Author at Front. by an umbrella. That must lie part of eight J ears. Decatur, III., in Somerset, 3rd. Monday, BANKS, ESTABLISH Ilcllal's work, when he bellows so WOULD I MEN HUNGRY FOR ACTION Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. truculently among the hills to the Three young women who have passI.ANCASTKtl. ltlit Monday toward llic l'iet."-t- i tr.iu-hc- s nml then north. We were looking for n town We present Lelow tht (irtt ef tlx ed the civil service examination want Winchester, 4th. Monday. articles from the pen of Rudyard that lived under the shell (Ire. The reg- Asserts Rejtrve Institutions Are Need to be mall carriers at Gcnovn, III , rnnlilicil nt the firl of n little ile. Kipling, under the general title of Deen Oullt Since Great Orydocks Have Montlcello. 4th. Monday. utner men npixurcd moving lownrd ular road to It was reported unhealthy " ed In Principal Cities Favors Gov I "France at War on the Frontier of not that the women and children us with that com tut nit Ion of purpose I Anxious to v. ed his stepmother, n the Beginning of the War, and the Versailles, 4th. Monday. r..,m.ki .mm.ni Civilization," describing the Inv anil bearing shown In both armies teemed to care. We took byways of .i!iiil-B- t Navy Has Deen Strengthened In Oth uiu i u. jvuill la lliiiitlUK luu pressions of a visit to the fighting Atka Funds For Another wheu dinner U at hand. They looked which certain exposed height nnd corn, license. rounds of cities trying to get er Paitlculars Watchful Waiting line In France. Conference Next Year. like people who h.ul been digging hard. ners were lightly blinded by wind By RUDYARD KIPLING. Haa Been the Policy. "The same work, always the same brakes of dried trcctops. A former expert swimmer of seven Copyright. 1913, by the Sun renting and Secretary McAdoo has transmitted to work," the officer said, "and you could though out of practice for rubllnmng association. "For the tlrst time tho veil of secrecy Children Still There. I"rcsldent Wilson his report of the pro- threo persons over tho llritlsh naval operations has . twenty years, rescued ,, , ., .n TS a urettv linrfc." wild tLe French walk from here to the sen or to Switz...- ,. -- m , Here the shell holes were rather iuc artillery olilcer. "Weve (lone a erland In that ditch, and you'll find on the ground, but the women thick American financial conference, held from drowning nt Itochestcr, N. Y, been lifted, nnd during tbo past neck and The undersigned hereby ir7e lot fur It since ILo owner left. 1 the same, work going on everywhere." grand to the children and the old men went on here last May. lie summarized his i ,w ir I have been allowednaval visit tbo writes ing to nil persons not to trespass warn vninnii "It Isn't war: It's better thnn that." Iio he'll apprcclnto It when bo upon liases," with their work with the cattle and suggestions for carrying on the work Inches long, was operated on at n Phil fleet and tho great said another: "It's the ratine up of a comes back." the crops, rnd where n house had been of the conference nnj Improving the (dolphin hotel and n two nnd one-ha- lf to the New Vork our Innds for nny purpose whatever as a correspondent The car trnvcied a winding drive people. They come and they fill the broken by shells the we will prosecute all offenders lo ful rubbish was col- financial nnd commercial relations be carat diamond he hod swallowed re' American. trenches, nnd they die. and they send through woods between bunks embellaw. Hunters and. more nnd these die. We do the same, lected In a neat pile, nnd where n tween the participating nations as fol- covered. "At one uavnl bntc 1 saw drj docks lilt extent of tlished wltli little chalet of n rustic room or two still remained usable they lows: Fishermen especially take notice. of course, but look!" capable of docking tbo largest lireud At first tliu clmlets stood tliclr "First. That the twelve federal relie lolntinl to the largo, deliberate were Inhabited, and the tattered winIt. Eikln With tho reins in the hands of n man noughts built since tho war ls.'gan. I Ed & N II Price full height nlMivc ground, suggesting dow curtains fluttered as proudly as serve banks establish promptly Joint who bad died of heart disease, a team Mrs. Ilebecca J. West. wus shown mais marking tho points W. It. Cook. Farther on smoke heads renewing themselves any ting. tea gardens In Ungtaiid. agencies in the leading cities of all the of horses trotted for two miles along II. C. Arnold. James G. Conn. tbey sank Into the earth till at the top along the jellowod beach. where tScrman submarines had Ihi-i- i Tlmo was when I used to denounco countries of Central and South Amer"That Is the frontier of civilization. tho dangerous alley road of Onrrct C. Morgan. of the nscent only their solid lirowu J. P. Wand. slchteil nud the results of attacks young France because It tried to kill ica for the purpose of providing en- mountain, near Itltchflclil. X. J. roofs showed. Torn branches, droop. lDf naTp n" '"'luxation against them Itself II. and W. S. Weaver classified under 'captured, 'supposed beneath my car wheels and tho larged credit facilities. 'oT- "t " V10"0 hrutCH Ing across the dilvcway, with here and Wo will add other names for 25 cents sunk' and 'sunk.' Wheu bubbles arc "Second. l!ie old wars that we're fat old women who crowded roads victories of That tho goiernment of EYESIGHT CAME BACK n siorched patch of undergrowth. without observed rising for n long time In the cash. "Htue uirimn.ms. all the bar- - denf old warning nud thoIn especially the United Stntes provide promptly explained the reason of their modesty, t men who slept carts on the necessary steamship facilities by AS DEATH DREW NEAR. same sjHit, In smooth water. It Is taken The (hateait that commanded these barbins. Now. jou'lo seen the whole wrong side of the road. .Now I subscribing the capital stock of a corfur granted that the career of a ub- glories of forest ami park sat boldly on thing In little. Come nnd look nt our tho :ould tatc off my hat to every slnglo poration organized for the pnrimso of marliio has ended. n terrace. There was nothing wrong children." We left that tall tree whose fruits soul of them. Hut one cannot traverse owning and operating the necessary 8otdier Blinded In War, Saved From When officers were nskisl, 'How did with It except. If one looked closely, a whole land bareheaded. Heeperian, Relates Experiences, steamship lines. you get them? the nnswer was, 'Some few scratches or dints on Its whlto ore death, ripened nnd distributed nt The nearer we camo to our town tho "Third. That the lnternatliui.il high times by ramming, sometimes by gun stone walls or n neatly drilled hole un- the tinkle of small bells. The observer fire, sometimes by oiplonlves der n flight of steps. One such hole returned to his maps nnd calculations, fewer were tho iHople. till nt last wo commission on uniformity of laws lx and In Tho fact that Private Chambers, n the telephone boy stiffened up beside halted In a well built suburb of paved granted an appropriation of $23,000 ended In nti uncxp'odrd shell, other ways we cannot tell.1 his exihnugo. As the amateurs went streets, where there was no life nt all to enable It to carry on the Important blinded Canadian soldier, who was "All the officers aboard the luttle- "Ve," said the olllecr. "they nrrlie out of bis life soaio one called down -- n wrecked town. The stillness was . work It has undertaken and represent thrown Into the water wheu one of shlps and armed rruNcrs nre envious of here occasionally." Something bellowed across the folds through tile branches to ask who was as terrible ns the spread of the nulck, jtho United States In the meeting of the Ifesterlan lifeboats capsized, re- - those engaged In the submarine hunts. wight uls of the wooded hills. Something grunt- intending to llcllat, let us sny, for I busy weeds between the paving stones. the International high commission of !PI11 of being plU-hc- ns nu effect of the which nre regarded as great sort. shock Into the ocean could not catch the gun's unme. It The air smcllcd of pounded mortar and all tho Latin American republics. ed In reply. Soniethiug passed over2400 Craft Employed. uoes not surprise Ixindou surgeons set-moto belong to Hint terrific new crushed stone. The sound of a footfinan"Fourth. That ii head (juerulously, but not without digwho attended him. Ills blindness, they "The admiral commanding nt one of Should be Engraved or held nuiiu.illy In nity. Two clear, fresh barks Joined the voice which had lifted Itself for the sec- ball echoed like the drop of a pebble cial conference say, was the result of wrecked nerves. the Important naval lakes stated that chorus, nnd n man moved lazily In the ond or third time. It nppenred from In n well. At tlrst the horror of wreck- - Washington, nnd that congress nu- Embossed Dowadays. had '.VKO trawlers, mine Wheu ho was put lu n hospital in England the reply that If Itell.il talked too long ed apartment houses and big shops laid j thortze the president to extend Invltn direction of the guns. "Well. simnosn wn ...mo nml lonk n, ' ; whuiu no limit wiui irom nnouier open makes one waste energy in an' Hons to the republics of Ijitln Amer- - A)ril ue was Dot wo"mled, but was a sn refers and other auxiliaries outside It reflects good taste and gcr. It Is not seemly that rooms should lea to nttend n tlimncl.il conference In nervous wreck, absolutely Wind nnd of tho regular sen Ices on duty In tbo things n little." sold the commanding "int '1"" l"raj"- Tlle lT0V3 ,TP cnme ,,fm" fo .scc be torn out of the sides of buildings as Washington In 1010. nnd that an an- - Incapable of distinguishing darkness work of maintaining the blockade officer on observation post. Aat once creates a favorable from the llritlsh channel tn Ireland ll0 regained his 1 made for this from "sut- ono tears the soft heart out of Eng- proprlatlon of ?.Vl,ooo " There was n specimen tree, n tree .' ""V" . ! ceptlon of light, but no more. impression. and keeping the North sen clear. worthy of such n park, the sort of tree nan ocgun me ns uarrics nml una lish bread; that villa roofs should llo As the destrojer on which I made Chamber, was blown Into a shell a n.. visitors are always taken to admire, been fitted up by the nrmy for Its own across Iron gates of private garages or T Th.i. ah Suppose you come and lee tho lnssx't'on turned Into the harbor Thcic were underground corri- that drawing room doors should flap out A ladder ran up It to n platform. uses. In support of his suggestion for tho 1C?,i'r,J"V1'"1 ,"X "e where tho grand fleet was anchored rotundas anil ven- - alone and disconnected between tho establishment of Joint agencies of fed- - " ""uuu What little wind there was swayed the dors, .niteclmml-crithe many beautiful samples tllatlng shafts, with a bewildering play emptiness of twisted girders. The eyo erol reserve banks In nclghlsirlng re- - ' lng, nnJ ,oId, UIm ,0 Kc' " hts, . ck I saw a target g Duel In the cus tall top, nnd the Udder creaked like n of cross lights, so Hint wherever "you wearies of the repeated pattern that publics, Mr. McAdoo says we have and get our prices. uiju uiivii iiiui lunani iuu nnuiu toinary manner for the tiring proctlco ship's gangway. A telephone liell tinthat exten' lines. In this way both men reached of some of tho cruisers. kled fifty feet overhead. Two Invisible looked you saw Goya's pictures of men hurst shells make on stone walls, as slon of tho credit facilities of this naTH 12 Wu keep at It all the time.' an offi Every soldier hns some of the mouth sickens pf the taste of mor- tion In those countries will Inure to safety, Chambers, unable to see, carryguns spoke fervently for half n minute at nrms. ing ou his Nick his wounded com-- ' cer explained. the old maid In him and rejoices In all tar and charred timber. and broke off like terriers choked on n "their and our ndvontoge." He de "The gun practice finished, the cruis We climbed till the topmost the little gadgets nud devices of his leash. of the place had been clared the plan advanced during the panlou, who could not walk. platform swnyc.l dizzily beneath us. own invention. Death and wounding shelled nearly level. The facades of conference here for the nmcnilm.inr nt I lie says thtit be was dozing on tho ers took their places In flct-- t formawhen tho explosion occur-bank- s tion nmoug tho Immenso fleM of gray Here one found a rustic shelter, always come by nature, but to lie dry. sleep the houses stood doorless, rootless and the national bank act to that national ,0 dcclc nnJ W0J shapes at anchor In precise order, of the lea garden pattern a table, n soft nnd keep yourself clean by fore- wlndowlesa, like stage scenery. This could liecome stockholders In an red' He feIt ,n, B boat- - Thcn lie wa I'l""1""' which, ns wo drew nearer, becamo line map and n little window wreathed thought and contrivance Is art, nnd In was near the cathedral, which Is al Independent bank which would do a put fter Hue of Dreadnoughts. with living Lrnnches that gave one the all things the Frenchman Is gloriously ways n favorite mark for the heathen, foreign business, is Inferior to that he l'nto tho wa,fr' anJ whcn ne cnaus t0 In a tint that stcincd to melt Into first view of the devil and nil his an artist. Tbey had gashed and stripped tho now proposes tor joint agencies of the ' ""- " "u'i'- back ment somebody began to pull his heel the sea even tbo Queen Kllzatn-th- , works. tides ot the cathedral Itself, so that the reserve banks. One Furnace. All Welded In birds flew In and out nt will. They I "Tho federal reserve banks." be ar- - !an1 drag hUu UDlSrr- - 110 i"1""1 to from tho Dardanelles, looked email for Grass Yellow From Gas. Moreover, the French officers seem as had smashed holes In the roof, knock"0ooJ goes, "comprise In their memliershlp I olms". h " " her tonnage and gun puncr until com- 1 am It was a stretch of open country mothers, keen on their men, as their ed huge cantles out of the buttresses every national bank In the Cnlted dr0WDJ Ju,t to pared with the Inflexible. with a few sticks, like old tooth- men are brothers! fond of them. May- and pitted and starred the paved Btates. as well ns a "Every deck was stripped for action. ""'I. f"- number of leading I"1" Thfn he klpd brushes, which had once been trees be the possessive form of address, square outside. Sea Planee on a Liner. They were at work, state banks and trust companies. They ,D himself, swam to a lifeboat, round a farm. The rest was yellow "Mon general, mon capltalne," helps too, that very afternoon, though I do constitute a financial organization Train Schetkle At Lancuttr, Kt. "Tbo sea planes sailing over tho fleet of grass, barren to nil appearances as the the Idea which our men cloak In other not think the cathedral was their ob- - nnequaled strength, and their .opera, i TEACHING HOME ECONOMICS. had tbetr home on a famous Atlantic ( . Ia.i In . ..... -win. no xor . soldiers, I and curter phrases, and those veldt. ARRIVE. liner, which has carried many thou . .iuu. ... iweiuu countries I . "The grass Is yellow liecause they like ours, had been welded for months . ' Iha fimmrn l...nnA. t nu ..... of passengers. lfna.1 Tn Tlflmn rrmA PnlV.Hil i No 10; Bo;s. m. """"""system." .11 uuiiks com- - ,112.000.000 to Be Scent n Educat no sands their places In the battle cruiser have used gas here." said an officer. In one furnace. As an officer said: In rosing the These agencies In the Farmers" Wives. For the moment we walked to and foreign countries could. In addition to "Their trenches are you can see for "Half our orders now need not be giv squadron, which Is Luown tn the nary To Msysville, connecting at ItlchmonJ In eight years fl'J.000.000 will bare en. yourself." Experience makes us think to- fro in the sllenco of the streets and their Imnktnp i,iwi, .. the 'cat squadron,' were the Mon with I. & N to Frankfort & beneath the whirring wings overhead. scrvlco to American business men and been Bpent to provide education In and the Tiger, which sank the llluc-ch- er at Winchester with C & 0 to Lexlng-to- n The guns In the woods began airaln. gether." . home economics for the farmers' wlv-- s I believe, too. that if a French pri- Presently a young woman, keeping to They seemed to have no relation to In tho North sen battle. & Frankfort, Mount Sterling 4 of lue Smltn-I-eve- r act. no outers uy rurnismng credit reports " This seems sufficient denial of tbo Ashland, the regularly spaced bursts of smoke vate has an Idea nnd they urc full of the wnll, crossed n corner. An old wo- and general Information about trade ai a at Paris to Cincinnati. cording to C. II. Smith, in chargo of along a little smear In tho desert earth Wens It reaches his commanding offl- - man opened a shatter. How It Jarred nnd finance In the various German report that the Tiger Is at tbo countries In this work In connection with the Unit-whic- h 2,000 yards away, no connection ut all cer quicker than It does with us. The and spoke to her. The silence closed bottom of the sea,' said an officer. they operate." No 71: 8-a. m. stntes department of ugrlculture. The overwhelming again, but It seemed to me that I heard with the strong voices overhead, com- sentinel bounds. "An wo approached tho flagship of tbo Tho federal reserve uct. Mr. McAdoo of tho At the recent convention To Mowlam! ft Stanford connecting a sound of singing, the sort of chant points out. ing and going. It was us Impersonal Impression wns the brilliant health and authorizes the establish- - American Homo Economies assocU- - commander In chief nu officer pointed , l.lt l.n .w.n.n. J .. t Itowland. I. & N to all points South as the drive of the sta along n break- vitality of these men and the quality one hears In nightmare cities of tnpnf nf vnrli .. . .. '- -on, in me Linversiiy or tasnmgion. out Sir John Jelllcoe as ono of two ofof their breeding. They bore them- voices crrlne from """"Kroun.I In the TiTi. federal reserve lward. and. while water. Thus It went a pause, n gath- ficers promenading the quarterdeck No 28; 11:04 a. m. j,r. Smith said J10.000 had been aiering of sound like the race of an In- selves with swing nnd rampant delight cathedral. the banks cannot 1 compelled to take proprlated for each state to lo used In with a tclcscois) under bis nrm. 'Quick To Itlchrnond, connecting with L & "Nonsense!" said un officer. "Who action along these lines, encouragecoming wave, then the high Hung In life, while their voices us they larkof movement nnd hhs-c!- i and tanned by u furthering this Hue of education. heads of breakers spouting white up ed In the side caverns among the should bo singing here?" a year of eiixmiire on constant duty, N to Irvine & lleattyvllle. Lexington ment by the Imtnl may prompt them to Is made for tho annual IncreasCincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. Wo circled the cathedral again and It, Entrance Into the face of a groin. Suddenly n sev- stands of arms were the controlled this Held by the fed- ing of the appropriation by the govern- only n broad band of gold Ineo differ- ft enth wave broke and spread the shape voices of civilization. Yet as the lights saw what pavement stones can do eral reserve banks, Mr. McAdoo says, ment and by Individual states to bring entiated him from thu other officers as No 70; 11:60 a. m. ho received his guests at the gangway. of Its foam like a plume overtopping pierced the gloom they looked like against their own city when shells Jerk will not prevent member banks from the amount to tho tlgure named. To Kichmniid, connecting with fast mem upward, uut there wns singing. carrying on bandits dividing the sioiI. "Tho vice admiral escorted his guests train to Cincinnati. all the others. nnd enlarging the business "Congress evidently felt" declared Ono picture, though far from war. after nil, on the other side of a llttlo they are now doing In foreign counthrough the ship, showing tho men nt "That"g one of our torplllcurs, what .Mr. Smith, "that enough had I ecu drill, and wns most Interested In callyou calrtrcncli sweepers," said the ob- stays with me. A perfectly built, dark door In the Hank of the cathedral. We tries, but tho capital und resources of dono In making surveys, compiling No 27; 2:00 p. m. skinned young giant had peeled him- looked in. doubting, nnd saw nt least tho reserve banks utilized for the exing attention to n spevlal machine for To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon server. self out of bis blue coat and hail a hundred folk, mostly women, who J tension and promotion of commerce statistics nnd sending out literature practice by gun spotters In firing where unction to Elizabethtown & Howling Among the whispering leaves somo to tho farmers nml that the time hod I one crossed tho platform to consult brought It down with n swish upon the knelt before the nltar of un unwrcck- - I "would give them mirtrnled llnanclal como to put Into practice the things the results of each shot were displayed. Green, and at Ilardstnwn Junction to shoulder of n half stripped comrade eil chael. We withdrew quietly from power." the map with Its ranges. A blistering Waiting For Germans. science taught. Ilardstown & Springfield. who was kneeling at his feet busy that holy ground, und It was not only I Must Have Steamships. outbreak of while nuioko rose n little "Last year water systems were In "This Is the liest we hale until tho ! with somo footgear. They stood tho eyej of fte French officers that "The question of adequate steamship staueii in rorty rann houses In one German fleet comes out mid glies us u I beyond the large plume. No 'J; 8:42 p. m. It was as though the tide had ktruck n reef out against a background of remllumlnous filled with tears. Then there camo nn ' facilities," he fays, -- is fundamental county In .Michigan. To Stanford, connecting with fast This Is but one chance for tho real thing.' he suld." i . ,,.- ncr prayer oooi. m .... nm, underlies every other question con of the many practical things wo are I yonder. Then n new volco of tremen- bluo haze, through which glimmered a oiu.o.,,I Mt II Ofl.!.. II t Hnri!n .u un,.,... ueru train to Urlstol & Atlanta. Bti.iui mum pllo of coppery straw half covered by hlltlll ,u,.i. in, imuas iiiu B....na nijuuit', i'l - I cernlng our trade and future relation doing. We find that the chief needs dous volume lifted Itself. Out of a n red blanket. Hy n divine telegraph keys clicked and n compact accident of dently late for service. j ships with the Latin American repu;w In the nverogo farm homo nre more wireless aplKirulus wus lull that followed homebody laughed. hidden behind "And who nre these women?" light nnd pose It wns St. Martin glv. I The quick and effective solution money (the nvernge American farm armor, I saw tho workings of the sta, lies. Evidently the voice was known. Ing his cloak to tho loggar. There asked. Is for the government , of this problem er's Income Is but fl per day), less tion which brings Sir John wonl of any "Thnt Is not for us." ii gunner hold. were scores "Some are caretakers, people- - who of tho of pictures In these gal flitted States to put Itself lie-- i drudgery nnd relief from the sochl submarlnu sighted or nny movement In "They ore liclng wnkctl up from" he leries, notably n rock hewn chancl. , '"" mil little shops hen There Is hind ii shipping enterprise, wi Isolation of farm life." named n distant French Kistlou "and nil the seas around tho llritlsh hies and where the red of the cross on the one quarter where you etui buy things. necessary Ilnnnclal supiirt. to make the so the torpllleur Is attending to, them It carries the commander In chiefs orders rough canvas altar 'cloth clow oil like 'llure are many old people, loo. who be assured. We cannot ADMIRAL successful will there. Wo go on with our usual work. n REYNOLDS RETIRES. far and near. will not go nwny. They nre of tho ruby. private capital In this i nun try "Look, another torpllleur. exict The bar "I was amazed at tbo patience nnd place, you see." Dogs Mount Guard. lo engnge In this undertaking Reaches Age Limit After Forty-tw- o barlanr application of the men In view of tho "And this iKJUibardmcnt happens of- - It Is too big nt the outset for private Again a big plume rose, and again tho Farther Inside tho caves we found u dearth of action. Years of Service. I sniu. capital." lighter kliells broke ut their appointed row of little rock cut kennels, each In- - j tenr happens "Whether In tho turrets, on tho yenrs of uctivo serv. After forty-twalways. Would you like "It dlstnnco beyond it. Tho snioko died habited by one wise, silent dog. Their to look bridge or below, there Is n significant loo In tho navy Itenr Admiral Alfred nt the railway stntlon? Of nwny on that stretch of trench ns tho duties begin at night with tho sentinels course It STEEL IMMUNE FROM RUST. llcynolds wns retired from tbo service absence even of tho minutest thing has not sii bomlmrdeilaH foam of n swell dies In tho nnglo of a nnd listening iiosts. "And bellevo me," thn rntli,tritl " the other day because of age. having which could not serve tho purosc of harbor wall and broke out afresh half sold n proud Instructor, "my fellow, battle. Only In the commander In Norlh-bounWe went through the irros nuked. 3,r,in Cl,lm Tnat Krupps Have Per. reached tho statutory limit. n inllo lower down. 'c,od " N,w Process, In Its nppnrent hero knows tho dlfferenco between th ness of streets without pn.ple till wo i Since December. 1013, tho officer has chief's cabin, with Its numerous sea No. 10 Cincinnati Express, laziness. In Its awful deliberation and nolso of our shells nnd the bodies' reached the railway station, which was "'" closl"g n series of articles on Ger-ver- y been president of tho navy examining mas on tbo wnll, did tho books nud daily 4:30 n.m Its quick spasms of wrath It was more shells." through Austrian eyes tho and retiring board. lie wns born In pictures suggest other thnn linked utilfairly knocked ubout, but, ns my I ,mny No. 4 Spelike tho work of waves than of men, When we camo out Into tho open friend said, nothing like ns much as Austrian poet, Itudolf Hans Itartsch. Virginia and entered tho Xavnl ity for wnr. acad cial, daily nnd our high platform's gentle sway ignln there were good opportunities for the cathedral. Then we had to cross Elvcg n vlvlJ dwll'tlon of tho Krupp emy In ISflO, beting much sea 0:03 n.m. Sir John nnd nil hts officers spoke la service In and glide were exactly tho motion of n this study. Vob-e- s nnd wings met and the end of a long street down which Plant nt Essen," says the Overseas subsequent years nftcr his graduation. the samo strain ubout tho situation. If 28 Illue Grass Special, ship drifting with us toward that passed In the air nnd icrbnps ono the liocho could seo clearly. ' No,v daily except Sun.0:08 a.m. As one Admiral Itcyuolds was recognized as the German fleet had any chance of I shore. Itrong young treo had not been bending glanx.l up a street one perceived bow It tho fact Is disclosed that the an nutborlty on navnl ordnance and success It was at tho outset of tbo war, No. Special, quite so fnr across tbo picturesque pnrk tho weeds, to which men's war Is tho flrm ',M developed a process of mak-truc- e was esteemed highly ns nn executive, . , ....... . "Always the Same Work.' n n. .lnllu drive when we first went that way. steel absolutely Immune ngalnst his nblllty along this lino winning his of God, had come back and were No. 0 Local Express, dally 1 :35 p.m. "The usual work, only the usual "Oh, yes," said nn officer, "shells havo well established the wholo length of It, 0,51 Bd oven against tho action of appointment In Washington How Peanut Was Pushed. nnd nt work," the officer explained. "Some- to fall somewhere, and," he added with watched by Limited, Losing bet on prizefight. Cast Or- - No. long iierspectlvo of nitric acid." naval stations In various sections of I times It Is here, sometimes above or flno toleration, "It Is. after all. against open windows. the daily 5:20 p.m. .nita1 IV T M.. pieugcu to -- push J 'tbo country. mni. a s I have been hero since below us. i ns that tbo bocbo directs them. Dut peanut" ono nnd three-quartOdd Stockings New Fad. miles No. 12 Royal Talm, doily.. B:37 p.m. lfa I . a come, you, and look at my dugout It's " i , South-bounalong a route, bail laucb on ln.nm Odd stockings Is tho latest fad In AtNo Horses on These Farms. ,ndile,UUV'lnPIIWfC''ll'0,l.1Cke,, them,.tuP!ri"'0'nPo"IW0'li8- - Only woman In Kansas prison for lantic City, the ocean breezes disclos- "Horseless farms" appearing In Wis- gathered to seo his discomfiture. ITo No. 6 L o c n 1 Express, gnu ,w& ui vur luvos. tnunler has uvn luimlisl. Whl n hm ing that girls wear one of black silk consin, where thero are sovcral with- urn tuo pushing on a truck, between ..v, vuuio daily 11:05 a.m. and tho other one of a dozen different out a horse, everything being done by tbo uprights of which wns a wir. h No. U Itoyal Palm, dally..Ui20 a.m. ...... ...... ... .... .. ,uu.t .... . I 11 mu I jujvusir luiu uuw uier uoii irot or i. -- - nm. a Jap lantern. From a liny polo on t j boes. machinery. m uuuis inuij iin.iiunui., No. 1 New Orleans Llm- i I tho lantern was dangling the peanut lted, daily 11:35 a.m. No. 13 Carolina flpeclal, Some Queer Ones FLEET Fllie t IN LATIN AMERICA OF ClIiZATi!" BEING IMPROVED n.n.j j I .va,. POSTED u . Personal Stationery Central Record. "Pt'rtn J. 0l. l""! L. & N ,,!, ... ....... Time Table. Danville, Ky. Southern Rail Road. s'n Awj. io. 'S ...... .... .... ii uu. The Central Record $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. Shown at Roman's Opera House Each Monday Night dallu No. 3 Spe 1H.1R r m Jfforon 'School will relievo your Indigestion. Many people in this town havo used them' and we have yet to hear of a case where tbey have failed. We know the for1 tauJa. Hold only by us 25o ft box. R. E. Mc Roberts oo4 trto, Jaji.I. for la ftiitrUtM, iNsNUUMUfUudltorii UtrUfla lUlf kelp Mil btadasu! Ihutu Mr la f of Lawi cial, dail'v No. 0 11i3R n.m. 74 firM bsi llrM7Tltlu4 W.l.rwlKLKiUWMftjtJ lull rtuij TlwaM JtT u tram. rtt tUttTT RNNDAKEI, Skt, LtUfiil. Kr. 11 .R9 n m rlal. ilallv Grass Spe cial, dally except Sunday, arrives- - 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and Information call upon or address M. J. Coughlln, agent; 'phone 346. Florida Sne- - No. 27 Dluo NWWWWV Children Cry for Fletcher's I I . The Central Record, Thursday Sept 23 1915. PAINT LICK Mini Lula McWhorter Is III. Mrs. C. S. Kill was hoit nt ilfnlntt on 1 7 dyspepsia Tablet ititta NOTES. Page 7 SCHOOL NOTES. IIY WILL HICE AMON. but that Indigestion and the distressed feeling which always coca with it can be nrornDlIv relieved by taking a There Is' No Question TIio Kind You Have Always Untight, niut ulilch has been In iivj lor over JJO jenr, lias lurno tliu Mcnnlnro ot nnd lim ht'cti umtlo under liW iicr- ... IhIoh uliu o Its Infancy. ".".V"1 ""I"-',A"low no onoloilorelvo you In lliH. All Counterfeit, Imitation mitt "Jutt-iii-goo- d " nro I.xpcrlMK nil tlmt trlllu wltli nncl rndiiiiKfr llio Iicnlllilint of InfiiiitM ii;u Clilldren-Ks;iorlui- ieo (iKulimt UiiierliuuiiU CtSVT&Jitt, " What is CASTORIA Cnlnrt.i li a linrntlr' unliMltulo for Cnilor Oil, Pnrf-Kiirl- v. irons mid Sootlilnu1 Syrups. It I lileinant. 16 oontnl" i iiJtIier Opium, .Mnrplilno luir otlur Xurrntlu miIii'.'ium'. lis n;' 1 ll.M Kimranl.-o- . It diMroys AVornm mill nil o I i'htMiiims. l'or inure tliau llilrty jciim It Imi lioo.i In ri.tiMnnt ukj for tho f of ('onitlimtlou. I lalnl.iK y, V I ltd Coll.-- , nil IVHliInu; Trouble nnd Dlarr iiiji. It iviiiilutos (ho Slomui-l- i nnd Iloweli, 1 Klvlnu' li. allliy mid natiiral slucii. "S Children! Pannceu- -'I ho iJIotlicr'a l'ricnd. Miss Edna tlcrkle, Messrs Willie Mil Miss Klizii Rucker returned Saturday ler and Cecil Ilrown visited the school from Louisville. Tuesday morning. Mr Robert Tudor, of Atlanta, On., The School is now thoroughly orga dz Is here for a visit. ed nnd prepared tor all departments to Mm. A. II. Kitriilire was hoste's at n begin to do their best work. Miss Itobinsou made a visit to her dining on Tuesday, Mrs. Tom Ralston wan a visitor In home In Campbellsvllle Friday, returning to resume r duties on Monday. Itulsvill)' last week. The increased enrollment In school Miss Fay Tuilor leaves Wednesday to has necessitated the Hirchaseof BO new upend the winter In Florida. filled toovcr-(lowinMiss Hendren, of Klrksvlllo is the il'sks. Several rooms are Kueit of Mis Marie I.edford. Mrs. Todd Mew. I.uther Fish and Itoy Estridge delighted the the teacher of expression, school Tuesday morning motured to Loxlngton Sunday. with selections given In her own inMr. Jack Rest, of Wichita Falls, imitable way. Kansas Is n business visitor here. Itev. J. Rockwell Smith and Itev. Itev. C. 8. Kills filled his regular ap- Hischman who Is conducting evangilis tic pointment nt Lewisburir Sunday. services at the Presbyterian church, Miss Sallle Woods was In Lancaster verc visitors nt chapel exercises Tues the past week with Mrs T. It. Itnmscy. day. Mr. Hischman conducted the Dr. Nelson Mayes of Kichmond paid devotinul exercises. his old home town u visit the past week The high school boys htif a meeting Mrs. Hugh Conn entertained quite a Thursday and organized a foot ball number of young people last Tuesday team. They elected Robert Kinnalrd evening. captain. Wade Walker manager, and Miss Kitoll:i Ilickwell, of Ilerea was the guest of Miss Fannie Dowden the past week. Itev. Duke, of Somerset, Is assisting Rev. C. S. Fills in n series of services at Alt. Tabor. Mrs. Rrant Metcalf, uud children, returned Monday from a visit (o her parents at McKinney. .Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wynn have returned from a visit to Dr. and Mrs. C. II. Creech at Middloburg, Ky. Messrs Carlos Hcdrick, Harry McWhorter, Frank Italstonand John Davis took In the State Fair Inst week. Mr. John II. Smith and family have moved hack to Ilerea, where the children will enter school for the year. Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Wanl and baby of Lancaster are guests of Mrs. Wards parent.', Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ledford. Mrs. Tom Logsden and little daughter, (jtneva. spent several days this week in lleidleburg, the guests of relatives. Mr. Klias Smith purchated the Fish farm the past week at $12.1 cr acre. This place was formerly known as the Iledrick farm. SunJav Mr. Martha Ely returnt-from Williamsburg Ohio where she was called by the death of her Mr. Alvin Ely. Mrs. A. II. Wjnn and little daughter Mary Uain Wynn are at home after a two weexs visit to Mrs. C. E. Williams in Madison, lndiann. Having planned to spend this Weeks end in the city, I will name Saturday October the 2nd for my Fall Millinery .Mrs. W. F. Parks. Opening. A large crowd witnessed a splendid game of ball Saturday afternoon between tVhites' Station and Paint Uck. The victory went to Paint Lick with a score of 5-- Friday, evusSl before and otter each meal. 2So n box.' It. E. McRobtrts oooooooooooooooooooooooooo O 2 g o g o lloclc cmi lie made ready for the g butcher nt nny tlmo by the no of g O suuio Krnin. n O Provide II L'nod !ii'l!ir fnr Hin O o pigs lii every pasture, ns tho hot 8 O Aiiii o a o Cull the flock carefully. Jlako g inirurni. , lew pimr sneen in o a f!o( I: sihjII It. Culls from the LIVE STOCK will titUtnr llmlr tnm!ni O o skins. ltpclllnrltr nf work nnil rnmi. o Inrlty of work mid regularity of g feeding make long year nf use- o fulness of tho work horse. 11.n lln OI..U fl.n anlt l.nw I. t .ti, q l.l'l'l o Kuppnrti under inc suci:cr where g the sheep can help themsclrcs. o Hogs cannot lie rnled with g profit without good pasture. Keep the farm teams well shod, o g Mnny farmer nro careless In this o matter nnd It Is cruel. o g O A Third Message To the Business Men vt of Lancaster v o g g O q g o g o g o o o Prosperity snd local piide are twins. They are born at the same time and grew up together. Enthusiasm for the home town is a great thing far local business men. Once developed, this feeling shows direct tetutns in more sales and bigger profits. Have you ever seen a shabby town proud, or prosperous? Good paint Is a powerful factor In keeping prosperity after a community has won it. We sell and recommend White Lead Phoenix Pnlnter (Dutch Doy " Trntjo Mark) GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS John Eldridgc treasurer. Practice began oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Monday. The team will be light as the avarage weight Is likely to be under HOTHOUSE 125 pounds. The chief draw hnck is RAISING lack of funds; so the boys will soon set out on their annual begging tour to OR EARLY LAMBS raise money to pay expenses. as the base of "quality-firstyou and your business. paint to work for paint. Put some "lead-and-ol- l" Call us up. We sell all good painting requisites. C. C. & J. E. Stormes PREACHEIISVILLE Mr. W. E Jordan is painting h's house. Mr. J. M. Cress lost a good steer by In Use For Over 30 Years Tho Kind You Hovo Always Bought denth. Mrs. P. E. Parrish has been ill but is better. Little Eliza Cummins visited Miss Ruby Cress recently. Mr. F. L. Thimpson attended the State fair at Louisville. Mr. W. C. Cummins is quite sick market. from a recent vaccination. I sold twenty lambs the 1st of April, Newton (1111 is now convaltwelve about May 1. The thirty-twMaster escent from typhoid fever. Little Elizabeth Anderson is sorre better of whooping cough. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress visited .Mr. and Mrs. L. C. King at Hubble. Mr. and Mrs. II. I. Illankenshlp visited Mr. and Mrs. W. C. lilankenship. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. White visited Mr. ana Mrs. R. C. White at Crab With more than twenty years' ex perience raising hothouse or early lambs I am convinced that there nro few ns paying propositions on the average upland farm ns raising early lambs If they are properly eared for, writes an Ohio farmer In the American Agriculturist. Tho pat season Ins been one of the best paying 1 had thlr-ty-flseasons In my experience. ewes, n less number than usual. lambs out of but raised forty-fou- r forty-seveTwo died nt lambing time and one when about ready for WANT A m y Horses Any one having any of the above to sell, should phone me at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. BE IN A POSITION TO SHIP YOUR HAY TO THE BEST MARKETS The best prices prevail in localities where little hay is mown and where there is a limited amount of storage space. Haled hay can be readily shipped and occupies only one-fift- h the space required to store loose hay. Our line of International Motor Hay Presses includes llxlS-inch Bale Chamber with 111 C 1, orC-I- a, lC.x I 18-in-ch or h C-- 17.22-incC--II. 1'. 1'. lincine. l. Bale Chamber with 1'. Engine. Bale Chamber with Engine. 1 II C II C I ENDORSED AT HOME. Any International Motor Hay I'rcssos will bale more hay in a civen length of time than any other press of equal size. r, togfcic joint plunccr, power jack, bale The tension and spring roller tucker are features worth looking into. Drop in and sec us the next time youare in town. self-feede- Such Proof as This Should Convince Lancaster Citizens. 5ecler, PHONE 27. J 5allard & Scott, Ky. BRYANTSVILLE. The public endorsement of a local citizen is the best proof that can be produced. None better, none stronger can be had. When a man comes for ward and testifies to his fellow citizens, addresses his friends and neigh-- I bors, vou may be sure he is thorough-- ' ly convinced or he would not do so. Telling one's experence when it is tor th public good is an act of kindness Tho fol-- I that should be appreciated. lowing statement given by a resident of Lancaster adds one more to tho many cases or Home Indorsement which published about Doan's Kidney fills. Head it. W . C. Davis, tailor, Danville Pike Lancaster, says: "My kidneys were disordered and I suffered from aching pains across tho small of my back. Tho irregular kidney action obliged me to 1 have considerable rise at night. bending to do in my work and I became Doan's Kid easily tired and languid. ney Pills relieved mo." Price Oc, at nil dealers. Don't simremedy get ply ask for a kidney Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Orchard. Mrs. Richard Williams and children, of Judson, are with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Cummins. Mr. J. R. Rigsby has returned from a prospecting trip to Indiana. He is highly pleased with the Hoosier state. Rev. R. II. liaird, the former pastor of the M. E. church, has moved to Alexandria where he was sent by conference. Mr. J. P. Arnold und family are moving into the Methodist parsonage. Res'. J. M. Robinson, the new pastor, will board with them. Mr. George Coins is able to be outside Jhe house but not yet discharged by the doctor since having the small pox. His wife is now said to have the same disease. James Calvin, the bright little old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. fell a distance of 10 feet from the window of a silo and struck face llrst on the bottom of a feed chute and was rendered unconscious for some time by the jar. No bones were broken and the lad is now O. K. W. An admirer of Oxford sheep says they are fine animals, ot Rood size, rcrhain, If anything, a trlile coarse and carry a little loo much bone. Given plenty of feed they will Brow amazingly; underfeed them and they are no good. The Oxford Is an excellent breed for the man who keeps tuo cr three dozen euca and urtes them good care" They make lino mutton when gronn to maturity The sheep shown Is an Oxford wether. 101. The other brought an even twelve lambs will be carried over and B. Burton, - Lancaster, - - - Kentucky. For Sale At Public Auction On tho best cwu lambs kept for breeders. p. A HYDROPS OF BOURBON POULTRY CURE In FEW Makes the drink tner water Hens Uj Amazingly Koup, CUdi, Cbolera, Cur Llrutxrncck freveoti btclc-niOne 50c bottle tuakei 12 C&llont ot medicine. At drug-ciitibriailpotptd. Valu aUc poultry book. free. lOURBONREUEOrCO. lutoftfla, ly. some choice clover hay. Tho lambs enter their room through nn opening which Is too small to let n ewe nls.0 Two ewes failed to breed. Of thirteen lambs carried over from last year four The total were kept for breeders. amount of sales of nine yearlings, otie Ky., ewe, the thirty-twlambs nud wool at 10 o'clock A. M. we will offer for sale on the premises in Richmond, was S'.Di the Farmers Tobacco Warehouse and fixtures, Including baskets, trucks, scales Last year the first lot of lambs and in fact everything necessary for operating a Loose Leaf Tobacco House. each, but there were not brought as many lambs In proportion to the The property is well located and in good repair on East Main street ntar the L ewes us this )ear; hence the clear galu & N. R. R. was not ns much. About thiee tons of Terms made known on day of sale. clover hay, three loads of ragweed hay niul corn stover made up the roughage. The concentrates were wheat bran. UnFarmers Tobacco Warehouse Company. seed meal nud Inferior corn. The lambs wire given full feed of this mixture during 1'ebru.iry, March ami April. I know nothing better to feed sheep than tho partly moldy ears of corn. I had n prime lot of lamb. The object In view In feeding Is to get the best results nt least cost. There Is wheio the clear gain comes In. In one corner of tho sheep stalilo n room ten feet Kijuare Is boarded off, In which n constant supply of wheat bran, linseed meal nud com Is kept, to which the lambs huvo access nt will, Safety first ! Avoid the fire risk bv JfO.S-- Saturday, October, 2nd. Sold by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. pass through. I am fri'uueutly nuked what In my using this fireproof, stormproof, and durable roofing. Last as long as the building and never need repairs. 1 of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hcndersonvillc, Brevard, Lake Toxawuy, Salucia, Wayncsvillc, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Roclc, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation ot one of thess cool nnd delightful places on sale dally, good until October 31st, via AWAY up in tlu mountnins of Wcsic:. North Carolina arc thj bc;;titiful and attractive resorts Mr. Davis had. Foster-Milbui- n Co., Props., Iluiralo, N. V. MT. IIEHRON Miss Edith Montgomery of Lexington Is at homo for u months visit. Mr. J. L Sherruw sold to Mr. Land n milk cow price $37.5U. Mrs. II. Ollle STOP AT OUR or at Tutc Spring. Tenn. Kound trip Excursion tickets arr opinion Is tlio best breed to use Any breed Is good excepting the little wrinkly Merinos, porsets nre commonly considered the best because their limbs are bloekler and the mothers are ilocllo and good inllkert- There Is more In the care nnd maungiuient than there Is In the breed. A lot of lambs that have done well ought to average forty-liv- e pounds or more when they nre sixty days old. Cnambeilain's Colic, Cholera hoea Remedy. and 9JHSS 2 For Sale by Local Contractors or Cortrifiht Metal Roofing Co., 50 SOUTHERN RAILWAY of the South allowed nt all points. Three rpecial Low Rate Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask Cor details. Stop-over- s For full Information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or writ II. II. Toilil, District Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky, It. Montgomery attended preaching at Scotts Fork Sunday. Mrs. Peachio Grow is erecting a dwelling house on her farm at Locust Grove. GARAGE When in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Good Complete Accessories. line of Tires. Diarr- North 23rd St., Philadelphia. Remember the series of meetings to begin at this place Sunday. Everybody invited to attend. Messrs. Tom Hicks and U. gomery made a business trip Ington last week. 0. Mont to Lex W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Emb'almer. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Everything In Automobile when they enlisted for the Spanish war to take Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with them, and have received thanks for the advice given," writes J. II. Houghlar.d, Kldnn Iowa. "No person whether traveling Or at homo should be without this great remei'y." For sale by all dealers. "I advised the 'toys' rny aiMANizKn 1SS3. I le f citizens lNationai rsanK . TIT " 1 T S OK LANCASTER. KY. Mr. Woodson and Miss Uettle Scott attended a pie supper at the llright's Dend school house Saturday night. Miss Iva D. Montgomery and Mr. Solomon Childers of Uryantsville were with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Montgomery at Lock No. 8, Saturday and Sunday, Mrs. Jas. Hamilton of Hamilton Valley was with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Montgomery Saturday and Sunday, She was accompanied home by her sister Miss Lavlna Mon'gomery, Prestolite Service. MITCHELL & We Want Walnut Lo(s Highest Gash Prices Paid If you liave any good Black Waln-- .t timber on your ilaco whl-- h you vr juI J liko to convert into sput ca.4i at tho highest market price, write at once statins nuu- bcr, size ami tni.knc of lo :s yu could ' furnish and at what K. R. shipping point. C.C, Meogel&Bro.Co. Inc., LoulsTilli.Kj. Capital $50,000. U. F. HUDSON. YV. Surplus $45,000. President. J. J. WALKER, Vice I're.t. I'.ioney. Ass't Cash'r. Job J. YValxek, Jr., 0. W. F. CHAM!'. Cashier. SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Kentucky. Phone 121. Danville, Ky. is the very backbone of every successful business. We regard your cooperation as a necessary factor in our success. We hope you speak a Rood word for us If we give you good service. If you tlnj our service lacking In any respect, you will confer a favor upon us by telling US. It is our business and our pleasure to Improve our system wherever we find a weak spot. PdgP 8 7 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 23, 1915. ftemwmmtoAMMMxnwsmi 3 CDcrjni cue ON f v:i 'PROTECTORATE T0 444WW444W-W4FASHION'S VOICE. GOVERN HAITIANS American Forces to Homaln Duty In Negro Republic. 0,1 2, ' ..s f Ready-To-Wear- s. Friday and Saturday of this week, we will show an especially attractive line of at very low prices. Also a special line of childrens hats will be shown. We urge that you come in early and see these bargains. Friday and Saturday, Sept 24th and 25th,' 15 On Ready-to-Wea- rs 7 ORDER MUST tvt t BE OBTAINED. A 5; .Js Itnt brims nre of rations sizes. but they nre Increasing In size. Plnlsh tho Initlom of the full J; a skirt with one row of putting. T The blest Wtlero sleeve reeftis X to lie cut In one with the bolero, Pnrlslenncs nro embroidering their handkerchiefs with soldiers. ball fringe npWhite J pears on crochettints and summer"i Mm i iTacIIj3tcK(xir.wE Paris gowns. atvilAna Finances to Do Governed by United States Supervision Haitian Congress Given Time to Discuss New Treaty, Which Will Guarantee a Sane Government For Island. V X ; 4 X . Miss Bettie Kate Young. Express (Old Office) 2 Third Street. Danville, Ky. S i FARMER'S COLUHNJ ? below thH lmii)it Is toi Hie nclu-ir- r iiibicrlberi. end It lor of our mo side of stock, (israelii! inch thin, on . km ttie lurmerH1 cuimot anorn lo smer-til No notice cceril oier lout .nrt will be OBlr III wo lime ol the srono. free of chstr EGGS FOR THE MARKET. rce nit frmr R... Wnnted to rent a farm. Cash rent. Emory McWorter, Donehue Itros sold last week to For tst Curtis, two bull calves for $100. Mr. Sweeney Morgan has sixty Rood feedintr cattle he will sell worth lie money. Kigsby and Thompson of 1'reachers rille have CO good ewes, and SO, one ud two year old cattle, they will sell worth the money. Strayed to my place a steer weighing COO pounds. Owner can have nine by proving property and paying H. G. McWhorter, pasture. Paint Lick, Ky. about NOTICE Ti Regulate Stock Running At Large Magisterial District No 4 in Gar- Id - Produce the Infertile egg. Infertile eggs nro produced by hens having no male birds with them. Ilemovlng the male bird has no Inlluonce on the mini ber of eggs laid by the hens. The hens greatest profit producing period Is tho Urst nnd second years, and unless n hen is nn exceptionally good breeder she should be dlMcd of nt the end of her second laying season nnd before starting to molt. Pew eggs can lie expected until the pullets are matured. If fKjsslble mark the pullets that lay Hi the rail nnd Use them In the breed-Inpen for the following nprlng. Soft shelled eggs lire often caued by fowls being conllncd. becoming over-fa- t nnd from lack of mineral mutter. Uniform products command the best prices. Pure bred fowls produce uniform products. Begin marketing the cockerels as soon ns they welsh one nnd one-ha- lf pounds or attain n marketable weight Market white shelled and brown shelled eggs In sep.irMe packages. When telling eggs to the country merchant or ensh buyer Insist that the transaction be on a quality basis. Sht'i or deliver eggs twice or three tlni.- -. weekly. Sni!ll or dirty eggs should be used nt home. When inking eggs to market ther should l proteeled from the sun's raid County Ky. rays. Infertile egjrs will withstand market, big conditions much hettpr than fcrtlln eggs. Notice is hereby given that E. L. WueJs, and others mure than 'M names 1 1 izens resident of I'aint Lick I'recmct hu. H. on the 14th day ot Auk. iyl& Hi ed III the Clerks otlire of the liarruid county Court their petition In peisuance lo Sections Nos. IGJrf. 4o47. 4olS, sVii) and 4G51 or the Kentucky Statutes which is an act to teguute stock run-luat large in Magisterial District No. 4. in said County and State and trhereaa on the same date to wit; August. 14th, 1915, in me name styled action K. D. Cjoley and over 20 other resident citizens ot Precinct Nu 9, filed their petition in the said Cuunty Clerks Nos. office in persuance to Sections 4C4C, 4647. 4C1S, 4S49. 4G5U, and 4651 of the Kentucky Statutes which is an act to regulate stock running at large in magisterial District No. 4. in theafore-aau- l County and Stale and whereas the Judge of the Carrard County Court the petitions above refered to the Fiscal Court of Cirrard County at the August Special Term 14th day of August, 1915, said court after hearing the said petitions read by a unanimous vote of the 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 Magisterial District. 'hie Garrard County Court at a special term Aug. IMid. 191G in the above sty led came of E L Woods and others on petition entered an order that an election be held in Magisterial District No. 4 comprised of l'eint Lick toting precinct No. 8 and Union precinct No. 9 which said election is to be hekl on Tuesday November 2nd 1915 and the ollicers of election are ordered and directed to open a pole for the pur-lut- e of ascertaining the will of the Tuters of such district upon the question whether or not they wish C3ttle generally to run nt hrgu in said dis- WEED OUT THE DRONES. . Unprofitable Hens. There nre entirely too many unprofit able bens on the average farm, sayr the I'arm Journal. Too many Idlers are allowed to occupy the room and cat feed belonging to the Industrious ones. Weed out the drones. It Is the only means of success. 1 hid out which are the good layers se nnd market the rest Twenty-fiv- e lected liens will give better results than good, bad and double the number of Indifferent ones. The most profitable fixture that can be placed In a hcubuue is the trap nest Where this U ornted from Nov. 1 to June 1 the early and winter layers can be picked out. and It Is that class which can be bred for profit Ilut It U not alone sufficient to select the good layers. You should go a step further. These hens should be muted to cock erels bred from heavy laying bens. The male has u wonderful Influence on egg production. While It Is Interesting to know how many eggs a pullet will lay In n J ear. It U more lmiortaut to ascertain how many eggs she will lay during the rail covering 46, Trap Nest tha Surest Means of Dis- congress. . Our Eye on Other Repubhcs. ernment a desire was expressed that the congress would not adjourn without action on the treaty. After this the Haitian president called congress Into extra session for a month. The congress must Indicate whether It would proceed with the consideration of the treaty with a view to ratification. The American government has been Insisting on prompt action and no delay, but It was denied posi tively that anything like an ultimatum had been delivered. Sufficient time. It was asserted, would be accorded the Haitians to consider the trenty In their help tho Haitian people and prevent them from bclne exploited by frrtspon.'hle revolutionists. These are not proiwrly revolutions; they are unorganised enterprises which Invoke no question of p laciple, and they nre ruining the country While they are In progress people ore starving In the streets of Tort au !rlnre they cannot secure the supplies of food Things which abound In the country have been going from bad to tvarrp, and something must be done. The United States government has no purpose ot aggression and Is entirely disinterested in promoting this protectorate. We have not even asked for Mole St Nicholas. The arrangement of course, would have to be considered by the United States senate for approval. If una dtntcwl flint nn lllttmntllm hml been delivered to the Haitian govern-- ! ment setting a time within which It must accept the treaty. When the plan of the Haitian congress to adjourn was communicatee! to the Washington gov- tary of State Lansing authorized this statement. In which he referred to tho Haitian arrangement n n "protectorate:" Secretary Lansing's Statement. We have only ono rune that Is, to lowing: First. Tho establishment ot a Haitian receivership of customs under American control. Second. The establishment ot it native Haitian constabulary under the command of American oftlcrra. Third. Tho establishment of American control over the finances of Haiti to the extent necessary to prevent speculation and safeguard the Interests of the American people. Fourth. The convention Is to ran for a period of ten tears. In explanation of the design of tho United States In thus extending n financial protectorate over Haiti. Secre- The American marine nnd naval ex peditionary force will be maintained In Haiti for an Indefinite period, pending the establishment of a limited American protectorate over the finances of tho republic. Tho terms of this farreach tag action arc set forth In n convention which has been negotuited between tho United States government and that of President Dartlgucnave and which U now under consideration by the Hai tian congress nnd will also, have to bo submitted to the United States senato In tho form of n treaty for ratification Tho convention provides for the fol f. $ Every Nothing has cvit replaced the knitted golf coat for golf players. Sashes with flower npptlciued ends nre among the prettiest nov- cities The I'.ton collar of sheer or- gnndle Is n feature of the new bloil'es. Multicolored plcot edges A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. J ribbons arc among prettiest s to tho The Six Leading Styles AMONG our many handsome Wooltcx suits, we want you to see especially the six models we call the 4!i4s!-H45-HOUSEHOLD One NECESSITIES. Must Have Light! Alto Know ths Time. Two necessities of the household In some fonn or other nre the lamp and the clock. Shown here Is n batuNome dull brass kerosene lamp with a pretty Winningham suits "CVVCH one has distinctive features, yet all have the style tendencies that fashion requires this season. In these six models you will sec the the natural-figcorrect style tendencies ure lines, flaring collars, effects, convertible collars with wide revers, belted effects with flare below, fur trimmings and skirts with ..oft rolling plaits. These Winningham suits include special models for misses, for young nnd elderly women, for slender, medium and stout figures. scini-milita- ry To their stylish beauty . is eeBWeaakk added all the well knolvn Wooltex superiority of materials and tailoring Variety of fabrics and colors Each model Is shown in a variety of fashionable materials and colors such as broadcloth, gabardine, poplin, serge, cheviot, worsteds and Scotch mixtures. Colors arc blues, browns, grays, black and novelty mixtures. with little brass brass IJLUP AND CLOCK. f s rose colored glass shade finished fringe of glass beads. Tho smug round clock is also of dull and sets sturdily upon a flat The quality of materials nd standard. Memories of Childhood. WiulMtkim Suit 2430 JMr ttt it Im taMkiiara I In the Woman's Home Companion a contributor writes an article on country life, cntitleil "Alderbrook Farm." It Is full of Interesting facts nnd pracIn the course of the tical suggestions. article the author tells the following story and comments on It: ji luujer uii iiic urn umu iuiuj . . . n tuimg cvlkr a J rtvelt? tfjft. U km. Km fUrti t A Jacket aaj ikirtt Be1k tart. la tawai utcrUli vU cskra. l(rn. Note Ik Every thread of ma terials m all Wooltcx suits is pure wool, sponged and shrunk before cutting. The linings are pure silk. ilaBBifA Customquality tailoring characterizes the tailoring of every Wooltex garment You tec it in the straight lapels and shapely busts, the seams, the thin, flat cdecs, the trim skirt bands that do not wrinkle. In fact, the longer you wear a Wooltex garment, the more apparent it its exceptional Custom-qualit- y toft-rolli- I , The negotiation of this treaty marks toes for dInm.r OI1 tl)e ollrt, of juy. the tirst step In the Intention of thoriIe n,vnT worked toward that end government to udjust attaint In cer- and rarely missed It can well recountries Involv- member, too. bow good thoso small, tain ing European Interests, which Interests tender, round potatoes used to taste all might lend to trouble between the Unit- ' cooked together with the pens In nn ed States and European nations after abundance of cream. the conclusion of tho European wnr. "It Is odd how much of the enjoyIt Is felt In certain administration ment of all such things comes from quarters that when the war Is over an purely psychological nssoclntlons rrom effort may be made by ono or more of the momorlcs,of joutli how much of It, the powers now engaged hi hostilities In short. Is pure Imagination simple to Insist that tho long overdue debts poetry. Slnny of the Joys of country imaginative sort of certain republics of the western life nre of this hemisphere, Haiti among them, shall Indeed, right here Hen the point of disbe liquidated without delay, and that agreement Ictweeii those holiest persuch Euroiiean government or govern- sons who think farm life all drudgery ments might be Inclined to resort to nnd those who think It nil so glorious. force, with coincidental occuixitlon, to The inntter r fiivt mini or woman compel obedience to the demands finds everything hard enough, but tho person or Imagination, who see the made. ' poetry or life In simple things. Ilnil.1 largo rewards In country living." l TOKEN OF GRATITUDE. 1 ikh-iIc, I quality. Quality that means service It takes good materials and cood tailoring to maintain the trim, fresh appearance of cood styles. That's why Wooltcx tailored suits and coats 1 give so much more satisfactory service than ordinary garments, made in the ordinary way. I Witness my hand as Clerk of the Gurrard County Court this Stul. It, 1915. trict. 9 lC4t Attest, J. W. Hamilton, Clerk. BETTER DAIRYING. Trent cons gently mul nvold cxclte-leeu-t. t' regular In time of milking. Keep stable clean, well lighted and trstllated. Welsh tho uitlk of each cow at milk-to- r time. (Jet your neighbor to share with yoa owulng a Uabcovk milk tester and la lest the product of each cow, IKscanl tho animals which hare fall. i at (he end of tho year to pay for their keep. lured your cow' to n puro bred, reg-k- it tritl dairy bull from a family bavins Urge and profitable production of but- rrobabty the best and certainly the most popular ot all the Kng-lls- h breeds ot poultry Is the Orpington. It has undoubted utility qualities, both as a layer and as a market font The Orpington chicks are rugged and good gruuera and reach market weight at an early age. There are several varieties ot the breed, the bird shown being a Illack Orpington cock Soldiers of France Express Appreciation of American Sympathy. Soldiers or the I'rciich nrmy have arranged for the establishment In Par-I- s or three scholarships fur Americans, to bo endowed und perpetuated as a monument of gratitude for I lie sympathy which Americans have shown to Prance during the wnr und ns an evidence of their appreciation of Ihe work of the Lafayette fund. Captain do Pollles wrote that all l.rennlm. nf ti... II rill.- - nr.. xlimmrtlllP nre In mu-- . tho plan. The Kcliola'rshl sic. urt nud sculpture mid will be us the Ijifnyette Hind scholar- ships of the army. Tho captain wrote that 40.(hi o. had been helped and contorted ,.- ti.. mi. iti,m See the Winningham suits. Then you will know the correct styles for fall. Choose your suit now and have full enjoyment of it for die whole season. ! NAVAJO PATTERNS IN S CROCHET. There are n roughness mid nlxJUt the Nn mi Jo blanket that sug- gest hunting lodgca nnd cabins hi weleni wilds, nnd It mini lie the siil. gcstlre iwer or t'lrs. blankets Hint makes them so pi iaiMr with the tuas. CU1II10 ' I j Winningham and other Wooltex Suits at $25 to $65 Coats at $16.50 to $45 Skirts at $5 to $15 WUIaihm A Suit 2400 trios, fubioftabW bkmUI. almak la Cotforo la rt ttrjr iU rirrf war t mfU rruircDkrua. ..dart tur t tUftAct ao4 rcltvtaMat UrautlftiUjr isUvfcJ. m aa all Wolut a Jnlf. 4rfr. latMUa. " Lafayette rnrt.Mi - "" fund. i. - ter IUU well the belfer calves from cows which for one or more genera-Uki- s have inado large and profitable traductions of milk and butter fat. Itrted heifers to drop their first to thirty months aire at twenty-fou- r eeTage. Give cow tlx to eight weeka" tart between lactation periods. fat Join a dairy cattle breeders' associate. It will help you keep posted and ta touch with tho best and most ways of managing your dairy herd. Crorre 0. Humphreys of Wisconsin mod-ear- n Balk. and winter, when they command the best prices. Por that reason tho writer does not operate his traps the entire year. He wuuts to breed only rrom cold nenther layers. Some breeders do not trap ucst tho This Is espehens, only the pullets. cially the cuse on large farms. They trap In order to make their selection for tho coming season. Each year us this method Is used wo get better returns from fewer hens. It Is Important The tlffio spent tu looking after these nests Is tho best expenditure on tho poultry farm. I) Is llut, as already money well client mentioned. It Is equally Important to use male In mating that came from bens that did good work. $200,000,000 to Men's Families. In sentencing n soldier for fraud In connection with separation allowances. Magistrate Sir William Trelonr ot London remarked that he understood tho nation was now paying something Ilka $200,000,000 a year in these allowances to families of soldiers absent nt tho front. element Of 110 Household. IOf hlanlict surely finds no cor- responding note In the typical Amerl-know- n cnu home. ior ,ut ",n" wl"' w!,Iks ,a ur s round himself with the baibnrio '"tens nd colorings or the Indian there Is niTochetedurghiin that utti abort dls- I ll. .I..,b U llliniun,- liw IUOVU lUlfcUl lunil real Navajo blanket which It alms to Imitate. These slumber robes can lie worked In reel nnd white, or If nliiibtn flngera nro more than usually patient the patterns tuny l.e crocheted In a variety of crude colors that, garish at they may appear lo feminine eyes, arc l sourer -it delight In Ihe color loving to the Navajo blanket for tnale. (jour designs when jou are planning n tew nfghnn or pillow ror tho "den." A. B. 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